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STADIUM • Opened 1993 • Capacity: 4,283 • Dimensions: L 320, C 390, R 320 • UT record at LNS: 476-219 (.685)

“Hello everybody, I’m Lindsey Nelson.” • Five-time National Sportcaster of the Year • Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in 1988 • Started the Vol Radio Network in 1949 • Spent 17 season as the voice of the New York Mets and three years with the San Francisco Giants • Native of Columbia, Tenn.

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Roster Schedule/Quick Facts Season Outlook Squad Breakdown

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74 Individual Records 75 Team Records 76 Career Records 78 Single-Season (Indiv.) 80 Single-Season (Team) 81 Freshmen Records 82 Last Time 83 SEC & NCAA Leaders 84 Regional/National Honors 85 All-Americans 91 Players of the Year 93 Team Awards 94 SEC Honors 95 Academic Honors 96 Tennessee Baseball HOF

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2013 Results 2013 Overall Stats 2013 SEC Stats Hitting Game-by-Game Pitching Game-by-Game Team Superlatives SEC Standings

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Trevor Bettencourt Pierce Bily Forrest Bramlett Trevor Charpie Andy Cox Eric Freeman Zac Grotz David Houser Vincent Jackson Derek Lance Andrew Lee Peter Lenstrohm Will Maddox Nathaniel Maggio Bret Marks Eric Martin Hunter Martin Jeff Moberg Drake Owenby Josh Peterson Andrew Plunkett Scott Price Jordan Rodgers Dalton Saberhagen Tyler Schultz Nick Senzel Kyle Serrano A.J. Simcox Taylor Smart Christin Stewart Tei Vanderford Nick Williams Parker Wormsley Johnny Youngblood TV/Radio Roster

98 Vol Baseball History 100 Legend of the Volunteer 102 Yearly Results 102 Coaching Records 103 Record vs. Opponents 104 All-Time Series Results 121 Year-by-Year Results 137 Record by Month 139 Yearly Stats 157 Batting/Fielding 158 Pitching 159 Vol No-Hitters 160 Yearly Stat Leaders 163 Starting Lineups 167 All-Time Lettermen 172 All-Time Jersey Numbers 176 Record on Television 178 SEC Tournament History 179 NCAA Tournament History 180 Postseason Records 181 1951 College World Series 181 1995 College World Series 182 2001 College World Series 182 2005 College World Series 183 All-Time CWS Box Scores 186 Pro Vols in 2013 188 Vols in MLB Draft 189 Major League Vols 192 Vols on Team USA 193 Lindsey Nelson 194 Lindsey Nelson Stadium 196 Thornton Center

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6 Dave Serrano Greg Bergeron 12 Bill Mosiello 13 Tony Asaro 14 Gregg Wallis 15 16 Support Staff Athletic Administration 19

Arizona State Middle Tennessee Missouri Austin Peay Auburn South Carolina ETSU Vanderbilt Tennessee Tech Georgia Virginia Tech Alabama LSU Kentucky UNC Asheville Mississippi State Morehead State Florida 2014 SEC Tournament

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GENERAL INFO NUMERICAL No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 45 46

Name Will Maddox Taylor Smart Parker Wormsley Scott Price Jeff Moberg Jordan Rodgers A.J. Simcox Kyle Serrano Nick Senzel Tyler Schultz Nathaniel Maggio Derek Lance Peter Lenstrohm Christin Stewart Trevor Bettencourt David Houser Forrest Bramlett Andrew Lee Johnny Youngblood Andrew Plunkett Drake Owenby Bret Marks Dalton Saberhagen Josh Peterson Nick Williams Pierce Bily Zac Grotz Hunter Martin Trevor Charpie Vincent Jackson Eric Freeman Tei Vanderford Eric Martin Andy Cox

Cl. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. So.

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

B-T L-R R-R R-R L-R R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R L-R L-R R-R R-R L-R R-R R-R R-R L-R R-R R-R L-L R-R L-L L-R R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R L-L R-R R-R R-R R-L

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

Wt. 180 180 170 215 155 185 185 205 205 180 220 175 180 205 185 220 205 220 185 200 210 190 190 195 230 185 195 195 170 205 210 205 190 160

Hometown/High School/Previous School Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville Maple Valley, Wash./Tahoma/Western Nevada College Knoxville, Tenn./Webb School Leesville, S.C./Batesburg-Leesville/USC Sumter Murrieta, Calif./Vista Murrieta Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Huntington Beach, Calif./Lakewood/Cypress CC Alpharetta, Ga./Blessed Trinity Catholic Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden Paradise Valley, Ariz./Chapparral/Yavapai College Lawrenceville, Ga./Providence Christian Academy Mountain View, Calif./Saint Francis Columbia, S.C./AC Flora Ellijay, Ga./Gilmer Morristown, Tenn./Morristown West Lexington, Ky./Lafayette/Meridian CC Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School Powell, Tenn./Powell Roswell, Ga./Blessed Trinity Catholic/Wallace State CC Calabasas, Calif./Calabasas Elizabethton, Tenn./Unaka/Walters State CC Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Anaheim Hills, Calif./Orange Lutheran/Cypress CC San Bruno, Calif./Burlingame/College of San Mateo Murfreesboro, Tenn./Blackman Anaheim Hills, Calif./JSerra Catholic McDonough, Ga./Luella Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Glendale, Calif./Saint Francis/Glendale CC Cincinnati, Ohio/Turpin Bartlett, Tenn./St. Benedict

ALPHABETICAL  Bettencourt, Trevor 21 Bily, Pierce 35 Bramlett, Forrest 23 Charpie, Trevor 39 Cox, Andy 46 Freeman, Eric 41 Grotz, Zac 37

Houser, David 22 Jackson, Vincent 40 Lance, Derek 17 Lee, Andrew 24 Lenstrohm, Peter 19 Maddox, Will 1 Maggio, Nathaniel 15

Marks, Bret Martin, Eric Martin, Hunter Moberg, Jeff Owenby, Drake Peterson, Josh Plunkett, Andrew

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Price, Scott 5 Rodgers, Jordan 7 Saberhagen, Dalton 31 Schultz, Tyler 14 Senzel, Nick 13 Serrano, Kyle 11 Simcox, A.J. 10

Smart, Taylor 2 Stewart, Christin 20 Vanderford, Tei 42 Williams, Nick 34 Wormsley, Parker 4 Youngblood, Johnny 25

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 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Bergeron (BURR-zherr-on) Bily (BYE-lee) Charpie (SHARP-ee) Houser (HOW-zer) Grotz (Groats) Lenstrohm (Len-STRUM)

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Maggio (Majj-EE-oh) Moberg (MOE-berg) Saberhagen (SAY-burr-hay-ginn) Senzel (Sen-ZELL) Tei Vanderford (TAY)

Head Coach: 12 Dave Serrano, Third year Associate Head Coach: 9 Greg Bergeron, Third year Assistant Coach: 44 Aric Thomas, First year Volunteer Assistant Coach: 30 Tony Asaro, Second year Director of Baseball Operations: Rachel Miller, First year

SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Trainer: Jeff Wood, 14th year Strength & Conditioning Coach: Herman Demmink, Fifth year Student Assistant: Heath Loyd Managers: Blake Carver, Riley Clem, Zach Haire, Matt Seaver

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HISTORY First Year of Baseball: 1897 All-Time Overall Record: 1,892-1,474-14 (.562) All-Time Collegiate Record: 1,886-1,471-14 (.562) SEC Championships: 3 SEC Tournament Appearances: 12 SEC Tournament Championships: 3 Regional/Super Regional Appearances: 9/2 Regional/Super Regional Championships: 3/2 CWS Appearances: 4 TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Overall Record: 22-30 Home/Away/Neutral: 13-14/7-14/2-2 SEC Record: 8-20 Home/Away: 3-10/5-10 SEC Finish: 6th East Positional Starters Returning/Lost: 8/0 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 8/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/13 Newcomers: 15

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Dave Serrano Record at Tennessee: 46-61 (3rd Year) Career Record: 335-200-1 (.626, 9 Years) Associate Head Coach: Greg Bergeron Asst. Coach/Recruiting Coord.: Aric Thomas Volunteer Assistant Coach: Tony Asaro Director of Baseball Ops: Rachel Miller Administrative Assistant: Sherry Parker Baseball Office Phone: (865) 974-2057 Baseball Office Fax: (865) 974-5393

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*-Southeastern Conference Game % - Hokey-Smokey Classic at LewisGale Field (Salem, Va.) All Times Eastern and are Subject to Change

FACILITY INFORMATION Facility (Opened): Lindsey Nelson Stadium (1993) Capacity: 4,283 Dimensions: L 320; C 390; R 320 Surface: Tifway Bermuda Grass Record at LNS: 476-219 (.685)

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Hoover, Ala. 16 Campus Sites 8 Campus Sites Omaha, Neb.

 QUICK FACTS THE BASICS Location: Knoxville, Tenn. Founded: 1794 Conference: Southeastern (SEC) Enrollment: 27,171 Colors: Orange & White Nickname: Volunteers (Vols) Mascot: Smokey (a Bluetick Coonhound) Band: Pride of the Southland President: Dr. Joe DiPietro Chancellor: Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek Faculty Representative: Dr. Donald Bruce Vice Chancellor/Dir. of Athletics: Dave Hart Athletic Dept. Phone: 1-865-974-1220 Ticket Office Phone: 1-800-332-8657

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May 20-25 Tues.-Sun. SEC Tournament May 30-June 2 Fri.-Mon. NCAA Regionals June 6-9 Fri.-Mon. NCAA Super Regionals June 15-25 Fri.-Wed. NCAA College World Series

Knoxville, Tenn. 4 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 4 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. Noon Knoxville, Tenn. 4 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 3 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 5 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 5 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Tempe, Ariz. 8:30 p.m. Tempe, Ariz. 8:30 p.m. Tempe, Ariz. 3:30 p.m. Murfreesboro, Tenn. 7 p.m. Columbia, Mo. 7 p.m. Columbia, Mo. 3 p.m. Columbia, Mo. 2 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 4 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 2 p.m. Columbia, S.C. 7 p.m. Columbia, S.C. 4 p.m. Columbia, S.C. 1:30 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 7 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 2 p.m. Cookeville, Tenn. 7 p.m. Athens, Ga. 7:30 p.m. Athens, Ga. 7 p.m. Athens, Ga. 1 p.m. Salem, Va. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 4 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 2 p.m. Johnson City, Tenn. 6 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 8 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 7:30 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 1 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 7:30 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. Noon Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Starkville, Miss. 7:30 p.m. Starkville, Miss. 7 p.m. Starkville, Miss. 2:30 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 6 p.m. Knoxville, Tenn. 1 p.m.

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Omaha Purdue Omaha Purdue Appalachian State UNLV UNLV UNLV Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Quinnipiac La Salle La Salle at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Middle Tennessee at Missouri * at Missouri * at Missouri * Austin Peay Auburn * Auburn * (CSS) Auburn * at South Carolina * at South Carolina * at South Carolina * ETSU Vanderbilt * Vanderbilt * (CSS) Vanderbilt * at Tennessee Tech at Georgia * (ESPNU) at Georgia * at Georgia * vs. Virginia Tech % Alabama * Alabama * Alabama * at ETSU at LSU * at LSU * (CST) at LSU * Middle Tennessee Kentucky * (ESPNU) Kentucky * Kentucky * (FSN) UNC-Asheville at Mississippi State * at Mississippi State * (CSS) at Mississippi State * Morehead State Florida * Florida * Florida * (CSS)

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Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 28 March 1 March 2 March 4 March 5 March 7 March 8 March 9 March 11 March 14 March 15 March 16 March 18 March 21 March 22 March 23 March 28 March 29 March 30 April 1 April 4 April 5 April 6 April 8 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 15 April 18 April 19 April 20 April 22 April 25 April 26 April 27 April 29 May 1 May 2 May 3 May 6 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 13 May 15 May 16 May 17

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GENERAL INFO  RETURNING PLAYERS (19) Pitchers - 8 Trevor Bettencourt, RHP Trevor Charpie, RHP Andy Cox, LHP Andrew Lee, RHP/1B Eric Martin, RHP Drake Owenby, LHP Dalton Saberhagen, LHP Nick Williams, RHP

Cl. Ht. So. 6-1 So. 6-1 So. 6-2 So. 6-5 Jr. 6-2 So. 6-3 Sr. 6-1 Sr. 6-2

Wt. 2013 Statistics 185 2-3, 6.49 ERA, 34.2 IP, 24 K, 20 APP, 3 SV 170 3-4, 6.87 ERA, 38.0 IP, 22 K, 21 APP, 2 SV 160 2-2, 5.29 ERA, 47.2 IP, 31 K, 21 APP, 6 GS 220 NO 2013 PITCHING STATS 190 1-0, 3.49 ERA, 38.2 IP, 24 K, 22 APP 210 2-1, 5.60 ERA, 27.1 IP, 20 K, 16 APP, 2 SV 190 0-2, 6.86 ERA, 21.0 IP, 7 K, 16 APP, 1 GS 230 2-4, 5.02 ERA, 61.0 IP, 56 K, 18 APP, 8 GS

Position Players - 11 Pierce Bily, OF David Houser, C Vincent Jackson, OF Derek Lance, INF Will Maddox, INF Jeff Moberg, INF Scott Price, OF/INF A.J. Simcox, INF Taylor Smart, INF Christin Stewart, OF Parker Wormsley, OF

Cl. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. So.

Wt. 185 220 205 175 180 155 215 185 180 205 170

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

2013 Statistics .260, 0 HR, 25 RBI, 39 H, 29 R, 21 BB, 10 SB .191, 0 HR, 11 RBI, 22 H, 4 2B, 8 R, 11 BB .290, 2 HR, 24 RBI, 45 H, 17 R, 9 2B, 3 3B .143, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 5 H, 7 R, 2 2B, 6 BB .333, 20 RBI, 69 H, 42 R, 8 2B, 21 BB, 22 SB .242, 0 HR, 10 RBI, 24 H, 12 R, 10 BB, 4 SB .361, 2 HR, 25 RBI, 66 H, 25 R, 10 2B, 20 BB .283, 0 HR, 26 RBI, 51 H, 25 R, 4 2B, 8 SB .267, 2 HR, 19 RBI, 46 H, 29 R, 9 2B, 23 BB .310, 3 HR, 27 RBI, 45 H, 27 R, 8 2B, 2 3B .224, 0 HR, 9 RBI, 17 H, 11 R, 1 2B, 7 BB

 NEWCOMERS (15) Name, Pos. Forrest Bramlett, C/1B Eric Freeman, RHP Zac Grotz, RHP Peter Lenstrohm, RHP Nathaniel Maggio, 1B Bret Marks, RHP Hunter Martin, RHP Josh Peterson, RHP Andrew Plunkett, OF Jordan Rodgers, INF Tyler Schultz, C Nick Senzel, INF Kyle Serrano, RHP Tei Vanderford, RHP Johnny Youngblood, OF

Cl. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr.

Ht. 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-3

Wt. 205 210 195 180 220 190 195 195 200 185 180 2-5 205 205 185

Hometown/Previous School Ellijay, Ga./Gilmer HS Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut HS San Bruno, Calif./College of San Mateo Paradise Valley, Ariz./Yavapai College Alpharetta, Ga./Blessed Trinity Catholic Roswell, Ga./Wallace State CC Murfreesboro, Tenn./Blackman HS Elizabethton, Tenn./Walters State CC Memphis, Tenn./Memphis Univ. School Memphis, Tenn./Memphis Univ. School Huntington Beach, Calif./Cypress CC Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut HS Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut HS Glendale, Calif./Glendale CC Lexington, Ky./Meridian CC

#34 Nick Williams

 RETURNING PRODUCTION Statistic 2013 Total Returning Lost % Returning Runs 276 243 33 88.0% At-Bats 1,783 1,592 191 89.3% Hits 490 443 47 90.4% Doubles 84 67 17 79.8% Triples 12 9 3 75.0% Home Runs 13 10 3 76.9% RBIs 238 207 31 87.0% Walks 192 143 49 74.5% Stolen Bases 85 73 12 85.9% Wins 22 12 10 54.5% Saves 9 9 0 100.0% Innings Pitched 464.2 267.0 197.2 57.5% Strikeouts (Pitching) 325 185 140 56.9%

#1 Will Maddox

 RETURNING STAT LEADERS Category Stat Leader Batting Avg. .361 Scott Price Slugging Pct. .459 Scott Price On-Base Pct. .425 Will Maddox At-Bats 207 Will Maddox Runs 42 Will Maddox Hits 69 Will Maddox Doubles 10 Scott Price Triples 3 Vincent Jackson

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Category Stat Leader Home Runs 3 Christin Stewart RBIs 27 Christin Stewart Stolen Bases 22 Will Maddox Walks 23 Taylor Smart Hit-by-Pitch 12 Will Maddox Sac Flies 3 Taylor Smart Sac Bunts 12 Jeff Moberg Fielding Pct. .998 Scott Price

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Category Stat Leader Wins 3 Trevor Charpie Saves 3 Trevor Bettencourt Appearances 22 Eric Martin Starts 8 Nick Williams Innings Pitched 61.0 Nick Williams ERA 3.49 Eric Martin Strikeouts 56 Nick Williams Opp. Batting Avg. .204 Drake Owenby

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DAVE SERRANO

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Third Season at Tennessee Overall Record: 335-200-1 (.626) Cerritos College, 1985 Trinity College and University, 2003 Dave Serrano’s first two seasons at Tennessee were met with a renewed sense of excitement and optimism and now, as he begins his third year as the UT head coach, the Vols look to build on the foundation that has been set and continue their trek to return to a spot among the nation’s elite. The Orange and White’s first campaign under Serrano saw it record wins over half of the 2011 College World Series field, downing No. 16 Texas, No. 10 South Carolina, No. 4 Florida and Vanderbilt. The Vols also defeated No. 2 Kentucky, handing the Wildcats their first loss of the season, and No. 19 Georgia to give them victories over five different ranked teams in 2012. Serrano’s second season at Rocky Top featured one of the youngest teams in the nation with a NCAA-leading 18 true freshmen on the roster. The Vols posted a series victory over No. 13 Kentucky and wins over No. 14 Arkansas and perennial power No. 20 Arizona State. Fans in Knoxville made Serrano’s first two seasons an immediate success in the stands as the Big Orange fan base came out in droves to Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Over the course of the team’s 33-game home schedule in 2012, 63,084 Volunteer faithful clicked the turnstiles, the second-highest total in school history. Right out of the gate in 2013 Tennessee set a school record for a home-opening weekend, as 5,508 fans were on hand for the three games against Arizona State. The Vols averaged 1,881 fans per home contest last season, marking the fourth-highest total in school history. On the field under Serrano, Tennessee found quick success as well, needing just 30 games to reach 20 wins in 2012, its fastest path to that mark since going 20-8 to open the 2005 campaign which resulted in a trip to the College World Series. The Vols roared out of the gates in their first season under Serrano, winning their first seven games to get off to the second-best start in school history. That 7-0 record also marked the best by any UT skipper to start his Tennessee managerial career, topping the previous record of 4-0 last attained over 100 years prior in 1911. Following his first season at Tennessee, Serrano was awarded the honor of serving as the head coach of the 2012 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team which he led to a 12-5 record and a bronze medal at Honkbal Week in the Netherlands. After opening its training with 10 days in North Carolina where it played a selection of collegiate summer teams and participated in the second annual Prospect Classic with the USA Baseball 18U squad, Serrano then led the Collegiate National Team into uncharted territory as it became the first U.S. squad to travel to Cuba to take on its national team in 16 years. Despite playing a veteran Cuban squad which featured 12 players who have competed in the World Baseball Classic and four who have done so twice, the Collegiate National Team proved its mettle by bookending the fivegame series at Latin American Stadium in Havana with

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 SERRANO CAREER BREAKDOWN  PLAYING EXPERIENCE

1983-1985 1986

Cerritos College Cal State Fullerton

 PLAYING HONORS

1985

Junior College All-American

 COACHING EXPERIENCE

1988-90 1991 1992-94 1995-96 1997-2004 2005-07 2008-11 2010 2012 2012-

Cerritos College Cerritos College Cerritos College Tennessee Cal State Fullerton UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Tennessee

Asst. Coach Head Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Head Coach Head Coach Asst. Coach Head Coach Head Coach

 COACHING HONORS 1991 2004 2007 2010-11

South Coast Conference Coach of the Year Nation’s Top Asst. Coach of the Year Baseball America National Coach of the Year Baseball America Big West Conference Coach of the Year

 POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE at Cerritos (as a player)

1983-85 1985

at Cerritos

South Coast Conference Tournament California State Championship

1988-94 1989

at Tennessee

at Cal State Fullerton

at UC Irvine

at Cal State Fullerton

1995 1995-96 1995

1997 1998 2000 2002 1999, 2001 2003-04 2006-07 2007

South Coast Conference Tournament California State Championship SEC Tournament NCAA Tournament College World Series NCAA Tournament (First Round) NCAA Tournament (Super Regional) NCAA Tounament (Regional) NCAA Tournament (Second Round) College World Series College World Series NCAA Tournament College World Series

2008, 2010 NCAA Tournament (Super Regional) 2009 College World Series 2011 NCAA Tournament (Second Round)

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victories. That series would  YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD continue in the Netherlands where they split two more POSITION RECORD PCT TITLES decisions as the U.S. went YEAR SCHOOL Cerritos College Assistant 38-13 .745 C 5-2 during Honkbal Week to 1988 1989 Cerritos College Assistant 43-9 .827 C/S claim the bronze. Cerritos College Assistant 36-7 .837 C Serrano’s energy and 1990 Cerritos College Head Coach 28-16 .636 C passion for the University of 1991 Tennessee, combined with 1992 Cerritos College Assistant 30-10 .750 C his impeccable track record 1993 Cerritos College Assistant 19-18-1 .513 of success made him the 1994 Cerritos College Assistant 27-15 .643 choice to become the 24th head coach of the Volunteer JUNIOR COLLEGE TOTALS baseball program following a Head Coach 1 year 28-16 .636 nationwide search after the Assistant Coach 6 years 193-72-1 .727 2010 campaign. A former UT Total 7 Years 221-88-1 .715 assistant, he was welcomed back to the Big Orange fam- YEAR SCHOOL POSITION RECORD PCT TITLES ily on June 15, 2011. 1995 Tennessee Assistant 54-16 .771 C/R/CWS A veteran of seven Col1996 Tennessee Assistant 43-20 .683 C lege World Series and one UT Assistant Coach Totals 97-36 .729 of just 11 coaches to lead two different programs to POSITION RECORD PCT TITLES Omaha, Serrano enters his YEAR SCHOOL Cal State Fullerton Assistant 39-24-1 .617 C third season at Rocky Top 1997 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 47-17 .734 South with a career record of 335- 1998 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 50-14 .781 C/R/SR/CWS 200-1 (.626) in nine seasons 1999 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 38-21 .644 C as a Division I head coach. 2000 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 48-18 .727 C/R/SR/CWS After leading UC Irvine to the 2001 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 37-22 .627 2007 CWS in his third year at 2002 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 50-16 .758 R/SR/CWS the helm of the Anteaters, he 2003 Cal State Fullerton Assistant 47-22 .681 C/R/SR/CWS/N moved on to Cal State Fuller- 2004 CSF Assistant Coach Totals 356-154-1 .698 ton where he averaged 43.75 wins per season in his four campaigns with the Titans, YEAR SCHOOL POSITION RECORD PCT TITLES including an appearance in 2005 UC Irvine Head Coach 31-25 .554 Omaha in 2009. 2006 UC Irvine Head Coach 36-24 .600 Serrano, 49, has returned 2007 UC Irvine Head Coach 47-17-1 .723 R/SR/CWS to the site of his first Division 2008 Cal State Fullerton Head Coach 41-22 .651 C/R I job, as he served two sea- 2009 Cal State Fullerton Head Coach 47-16 .746 R/SR/CWS sons as an assistant coach 2010 Cal State Fullerton Head Coach 46-18 .719 C/R at Tennessee from 1995-96, 2011 Cal State Fullerton Head Coach 41-17 .707 C following seven years at Cer- 2012 Tennessee Head Coach 24-31 .436 ritos Junior College. His first 2013 Tennessee Head Coach 22-30 .423 taste of Omaha came as a UC Irvine Head Coach Totals (3 yrs) 114-66-1 .633 Volunteer as he helped lead Fullerton Head Coach Totals (4 yrs) 175-73 .706 a Big Orange squad featur Tennessee Head Coach Totals (2 yrs) 46-61 .423 ing all-time UT greats Todd Helton and R.A. Dickey to DIVISION I TOTALS the College World Series for Head Coach 9 years 335-200-1 .625 the first time in over four Assistant Coach 10 years 453-190-1 .704 decades in 1995. During SerTotal 18 years 788-390-2 .668 rano’s first stint in Knoxville, Tennessee posted an im- C = Conference Title, S = State Championship, R = Regional Title, SR = Super Regional pressive 97-36 (.729) record, Title, CWS = College World Series Appearance, N = National Championship including a school-record 54 In 2010, Serrano got to represent his country for the first wins in 1995. time in his career, as he was named the pitching coach for In his fourth and final season as the head coach at Cal Bill Kinneberg’s USA Baseball Collegiate National Team. State Fullerton, Serrano earned 2011 Big West Coach of the He helped coach the team, that included Titan pupils Nick Year honors for the second season in a row after leading Ramirez and Noe Ramirez, to a V FISU Championship silver the Titans to their 20th consecutive NCAA Tournament apmedal in Tokyo, Japan. Serrano has coached 19 players that pearance. He previously claimed Baseball America National have gone on to star for USA Baseball National Teams, inCoach of the Year accolades after guiding UC Irvine to the cluding Helton, Dickey and Augie Ojeda from Tennessee. first College World Series appearance in program history in Serrano was hired as the Titans’ fourth Division I head 2007. coach in 2007, replacing his long-time coach, friend and During his 19 seasons at the Division I level, Serrano has mentor, George Horton, who resigned to rekindle Oregon’s posted an astounding list of accomplishments that includes baseball program in Eugene. In four years with the Titans, continuous top-20 recruiting classes, 16 postseason bids and he guided his teams to a 175-73 record (.706), Big West helping to script two Div. I no-hitters (CSF’s Kirk Saarloos in Conference championships in 2008, 2010 and 2011, regional 2001 and UCI’s Glenn Swanson in 2006). He has also tutored championships in 2008, 2009 and 2010, and a super region163 draft picks, including seven first-round selections, dating al championship and College World Series appearance in back to the start of his coaching career at Cerritos College in 2009. That, coupled with his 114-66-1 record, two postseason 1988, a total of 25 of which have reached the Major League appearances, a trip to Omaha and a National Coach of the level. Year honor (2007 by Baseball America) with Irvine, solidifies

STAFF Serrano’s status as one of the top collegiate head coaches in the country. Serrano’s four Titan teams produced 21 All-Americans, a Big West Conference Pitcher of the Year (Tri), two Big West Players of the Year, a Big West Freshman of the Year three conference freshman pitchers of the year, 14 All-Big West Conference first-teamers (35 all-conference honorees in all) and 31 players selected in the major league draft including a pair of first-round draft picks (Gary Brown and Christian Colon) in 2010. Those numbers increase substantially for Serrano when you add in his Irvine player’s accomplishments; 17 major league draft picks, 17 All-Big West Conference honorees, a two-time All-American (Scott Gorgen) and the NCAA’s all-time saves leader (Blair Erickson). In his final season at the helm of the Fullerton program, Serrano defended his Big West Conference Coach of the Year award after steering the Titans to their second straight Big West Conference championship and ninth in the last 13 years. CSF finished with a 41-17 overall record after hosting an NCAA Regional in its 20th consecutive postseason appearance. The former Titans relief pitcher, oversaw a pitching staff that led the Big West in ERA, strikeouts and fewest walks. A total of seven Titans were recognized with all-conference honors led by Big West Player of the Year and Louisville Slugger/Baseball America All-American Nick Ramirez. A two-way threat, Ramirez hit .291 with a team-high nine home runs and 49 RBIs, while posting 1-1 record, 16 saves and 2.13 ERA in 22 relief appearances on the mound. In addition, Michael Lorenzon was named the conference freshman of the year after a stellar rookie campaign in which he hit at a squad-best .342 clip and stole a league-leading 19 bases despite missing nearly three weeks with a wrist injury. Serrano earned his first career Big West Conference Coach of the Year nod in 2010 after piloting the Titans to a dominant 21-3 first-place finish. The year started off a bit shaky at 7-9, but Serrano quickly righted the ship and the team went on to win the last 11 weekend series and ascend to No. 7 in the nation in the national polls heading into the postseason. Some key injuries and health issues to stars Noe Ramirez, Tyler Pill and Gary Brown along the way didn’t make things easy for the third-year skipper throughout the year, but the Titans again found themselves hosting and winning a regional and advancing to a super regional at UCLA where they just missed another trip to Omaha. During the 2010 campaign, the Titans ranked first in the Big West in nearly every major batting and pitching category, finished second in fielding percentage behind UC Irvine and had three pitchers named All-Americans. In 2009, Serrano made his way back to Omaha for the first time as the head coach of Cal State Fullerton, breezing through the Fullerton Regional (3-0) and Super Regional (2-0). However, the results were 180 degrees from those he achieved the last time he coached there as a Titan in 2004. The team’s “First to Practice, Last to Play” rally cry served them well for 61 games, but uncharacteristic pitching woes and a lack of clutch hitting sent the Titans packing early after losses to Arkansas and Virginia. The 2009 Titans led the Big West in hitting, pitching and fielding, and at times looked as good as any Titan team in the school’s 35-year history. Serrano’s team ascended to the No. 1 spot in the nation according to numerous polls following a grueling 11-day road trip that saw his team bus throughout the South to play eight games in 11 days against eventual CWS participant Southern Miss, then-No. 3 Texas A&M, thenNo. 19 Oklahoma State, and Rhode Island. They finished that road trip 7-1 and went on to win six of their next seven games upon returning home. Serrano’s club ended up with the nation’s best RPI and went into the NCAA postseason nationally seeded. Serrano’s second return to Fullerton ended his three-year run as the head coach at UC Irvine (2005-07), a team he managed to Omaha in 2007. Serrano was a relief pitcher for Augie Garrido’s Titans in the mid-1980s and was later

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 TWO PROGRAMS TO OMAHA Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano is one of only 11 coaches in NCAA history to lead two programs to the College World Series. Larry Cochell Augie Garrido Andy Lopez Paul Mainieri Pat McMahon Tom Petroff Ron Polk Dave Serrano Dave Snow Jack Stallings Dave Van Horn

Cal State LA, Fullerton, Oklahoma Fullerton, Texas Pepperdine, Florida, Arizona Notre Dame, LSU Mississippi State, Florida Rider, Northern Colorado Georgia Southern, Miss. St., Georgia UC Irvine, Fullerton Loyola Marymount, Long Beach State Florida St., Georgia Southern Nebraska, Arkansas

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1999-01, 04 Big West Conference Champions 2004 National Champions

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Horton’s assistant coach/recruiting coordinator for eight seasons - helping Fullerton to four College World Series appearances and the school’s fourth national championship in 2004. Following apprenticeships at Cerritos College (19881994), the University of Tennessee (1995-96) and Cal State Fullerton (1997-2004), Serrano got his shot as a head coach when he was hired by UC Irvine on July 12, 2005, to replace John Savage. At the helm of an Irvine program that was defunct from 1993-2001, Serrano compiled .633 winning percentage over three seasons and guided the Anteaters to postseason appearances in 2006 and 2007 and their first College World Series in 2007. The Anteaters led the Big West Conference in nearly every offensive category in 2007 and finished with an overall record of 47-17-1, setting the school record for victories in a season. Serrano’s Irvine squad marched through the 2007 Regionals and Super Regionals and finished tied for third in the nation with a 2-2 showing in Omaha, helping to solidify the National Coach of the Year honor presented to him by Baseball America (the same publication that also picked him as the nation’s top assistant coach in 2004). Prior to 2007, the Anteaters had never had a postseason victory at the Division I level. After winning 14 of their last 15 games heading into the College World Series, Serrano’s Anteaters found themselves on the grand stage in Omaha along with conference partner Cal State Fullerton, the team they would eventually eliminate. After a loss to Arizona State, the Titans and Anteaters played the first College World Series game between two Big West clubs. The two squads locked horns for 13 innings, taking a CWS record five hours and 40 minutes, with Serrano’s

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and earned the South Coast Conference’s Coach of the Year Award. He reverted back to his assistant coaching post in 1992 and remained there through the 1994 season. In his seven-year tenure, the Falcons won a state championship in 1989, and five conference championships. Serrano graduated from Cerritos High School in 1982 and played two seasons at Cerritos College. In 1985, he went 12-1 and earned junior college All-American honors while helping the Falcons to a 39-5 record en route to the state championship. Serrano then pitched for Cal State Fullerton in 1986, posting a 3-4 record with one save in 15 appearances. His writings were published in 2009-2010 when he authored a chapter (“Building a Pitching Staff”) for the American Baseball Coaches Association’s book entitled “Practice Perfect Baseball.” He was one of 14 head coaches from around the country to provide their insight. Former Fresno State Head Coach Bob Bennett was the book’s editor. Serrano holds a bachelor’s degree from Trinity College and University (2003) and was born on June 28, 1964, in Torrance, Calif. He and his wife, Tracy, have three sons, Kyle, Zachary and Parker.

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“Dave embraced the USA uniform when he was the pitching coach on our 2010 Collegiate National Team and he did a great job with our pitching staff in a very tough world championship in Japan. We were a great team that summer under the direction of Bill Kinneberg, but he turned the pitching staff over to Dave, and that was the strength of our team. It would be great to have Dave back in the uniform and I believe he has a chance to manage the collegiate team in the future. Obviously, he has been in the Tennessee family before and I think they are getting one of the top coaches in all of baseball.” -- Eric Campbell, General Manager, USA Baseball

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“Coach Serrano is, without question, one of the best coaches in all of baseball today, at any level. He has a unique ability to not just put together great teams but to build a successful and sustainable program that will be known as one of excellence both on and off the field. He is a great friend and has an amazing wife and family. The Vols have hit a grand slam with this hire and I look for Tennessee to be in Omaha in the very near future.” -- Jim Schlossnagle, TCU baseball coach

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“I think the world of him, not only as a baseball coach, but as a business man and a people person. From the chair I sit in, the Tennessee’s search has been a very successful venture and will be putting a coach in a position to make a significant impact for the sport of baseball at that university. The SEC is already a great league and the addition of Dave only makes it even more competitive. He is simply one of the brightest young minds in college baseball.” -- George Horton, Oregon baseball coach

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“Dave is a guy that believes in the legacy of Tennessee baseball and I feel like that is a big part of what this program is all about. I know it was when I was here. I’m certainly aware that I am no more than the product of people that poured into me well and loved on me well while I was here, two of them being Bill Mosiello and Dave Serrano. I think whatever level of talent I brought into UT from high school, they cultivated it.” -- R.A. Dickey , former Vol and 2012 NL Cy Young Award Winner

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“Coach Serrano was the pitching coach when I was at Tennessee, and it was obvious even then that he was going to be a very successful head coach down the road. He has certainly proven that, taking both UC Irvine and Cal State Fullerton to the College World Series. He is extremely knowledgeable about the game of baseball, and Vol fans should be very excited that we were able to steal him away. I look forward to him getting the Tennessee program back on the winning track.” -- Todd Helton, former Vol and five-time MLB All-Star

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Irvine squad coming out on top, 5-4. The Anteaters went on to defeat the Sun Devils in extra innings in their next game before being eliminated by the eventual National Champion Oregon State Beavers. In his first trip to Omaha as a head coach, Serrano’s team played in front of the third and fourth largest crowds in College World Series history, became the first team to ever win back-to-back extra-inning games in Omaha, and set a record with 12 hit batsmen, breaking the mark set by Fullerton in 2003. In 2006, Serrano led the team to 36 wins, the highest number of wins in 26 years. The Anteater pitching staff posted the nation’s 15th-best ERA, and tallied its first Division I no-hitter by Glenn Swanson, who also broke the UCI career strikeout record. In eight seasons as Cal State Fullerton’s pitching coach and recruiting coordinator, Serrano established himself as one of the top assistants in the nation. His recruiting efforts played a large part in the Titans’ success, as each of his eight recruiting classes was ranked by Baseball America in its annual Top 20 and two of his classes between 2001 and 2004 ranked No. 2. Collegiate Baseball ranked his 2001 efforts the best in the nation. In 2010, former UC Irvine outfielder Bryan Petersen (Marlins) became Serrano’s first player to reach the majors after playing for him as a Div. I head coach. As an assistant at Cal State Fullerton, 29 pitchers and catchers were drafted and 14 of his pupils (Brandon Duckworth, Matt Wise, Mike Lamb, Erasmo Ramirez, Adam Johnson, Mike Rouse, Kirk Saarloos, Jordan DeJong, Chad Cordero, Wes Littleton, Ricky Romero, Kurt Suzuki, Jason Windsor and Vinnie Pestano) have reached the big leagues. Serrano also tutored a quartet of major leaguers in R.A Dickey, Todd Helton, Mike Lincoln and Augie Ojeda during his two-year run as an assistant at the University of Tennessee from 1995-96, as well as two others, Danny Patterson and Joel Adamson, during his seven seasons as a coach on the Cerritos College staff from 1988-1994. Cordero, the All-American closer for the Titans from 2001-2003, was a first-round draft pick that reached the majors just two months after pitching for the Titans in the 2003 College World Series. He went on to become one of Major League Baseball’s premier closers and was named a National League All-Star while leading all of the major leagues with 47 saves in 2005. Of the 25 Titans to earn All-American honors during Serrano’s term as an assistant, 15 were pitchers. Benito Flores and eventual first-round draft pick Adam Johnson in 1998 started the current string of 12 straight seasons with at least one Titan All-American pitcher, the best streak by any school in the nation. Serrano produced a Fullerton school record four All-American hurlers in both 2001 and 2003, including Saarloos, who was a finalist for virtually every National Pitcher of the Year award and recorded a no-hitter in 2001. Windsor, Serrano’s last All-American pitcher as an assistant at Fullerton, was named the 2004 College World Series Most Valuable Player and was named to the College World Series’ Legends Team in 2010. Though he had already moved on to Irvine by 2005, Serrano recruited and was also part of the early development of now-big league pitcher Ricky Romero, who ended up being the Titans’ 10th No. 1 draft pick, an All-American and Big West Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2005. Before assisting at Fullerton, Serrano spent two seasons (1995-96) serving the same role at Tennessee for former head coach Rod Delmonico. There, he helped the Volunteers reach the College World Series for the first time in 44 years in 1995. During his stay in the south, he oversaw the development of two first-round draft picks in Dickey and Helton, the latter blossoming into one of the best hitters in Major League Baseball after serving as a standout hitter and pitcher or the Vols. Serrano’s first run as a coach at Fullerton was his second as an assistant to Horton. He worked under Horton at Cerritos College for three seasons (1988-90) before Horton moved to Fullerton in 1991 as associate head coach to Garrido. Serrano succeeded Horton as the head coach that year

STAFF  MLB DRAFTEES UNDER SERRANO Year Round 2013 10 2012 8 2011 4 2011 4 2011 4 2011 6 2011 8 2011 25 2011 28 2011 30 2011 49 2010 1 2010 1 2010 7 2010 25 2010 26 2010 28 2010 29 2010 37 2010 41 2009 7 2009 7 2009 9 2009 12 2009 19 2009 23 2009 29 2009 41 2009 42 2008 1 2008 4 2008 8 2008 11 2008 13 2008 19 2008 22 2008 26 2008 41 2008 44 2008 45 2008 47 2007 4 2007 9 2007 10 2007 12 2007 19 2007 22 2007 23 2007 30 2006 4 2006 7 2006 7 2006 7 2006 10 2006 10 2006 12 2006 20 2006 24 2006 39 2005 1 2005 3 2005 3 2005 7 2005 8 2005 9 2005 10 2005 16 2005 21 2005 23 2005 26 2005 27 2005 29 2005 29 2005 31 2005 33 2005 34 2005 45 2005 46 2005 49 2004 2 2004 3 2004 8 2004 13 2004 28 2004 48 2003 1

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Pick Pro Team Player 288 Cubs Zack Godley, RHP 257 Marlins Drew Steckenrider, OF/RHP 131 Brewers Nick Ramirez, 1B/LHP 132 Mets Tyler Pill, RHP 142 Red Sox Noe Ramirez, RHP 210 Rays Jake Floethe, RHP 256 Athletics Colin O’Connell, RHP 771 White Sox Chris Devenski, RHP 868 Twins David Hurlbut, LHP 925 Reds Joe Terry, 3B 1444 Diamondbacks Raymond Hernandez, RHP 4 Royals Christian Colon, SS 24 Giants Gary Brown, OF 223 Tigers Corey Jones, 2B 757 Reds Daniel Renken, RHP 788 White Sox Kevin Rath, LHP 854 Braves Kyle Mertins, RHP 871 Diamondbacks ^Jake Floethe, RHP 1123 Tigers ^Carlos Lopez, 1B 1242 Mariners Billy Marcoe, C 209 Reds Josh Fellhauer, OF 226 Brewers Khris Davis, OF 281 Astros Ben Orloff, SS 361 Rockies Jared Clark, 1B 571 Rockies Dustin Garneau, C 690 Tigers Cory Hamilton, RHP 870 Tigers Michael Morrison, RHP 1223 Mariners Kyle Witten, RHP 1261 Rockies Joe Scott, 2B 17 Blue Jays David Cooper, 1B 125 Cardinals Scott Gorgen, RHP 248 Brewers Erik Komatsu, OF 344 Mets Jeff Kaplan, RHP 408 Diamondbacks Ollie Linton, OF 587 Rockies ^Ben Orloff, 2B 680 Yankees Cory Arbiso, RHP 797 Rockies Adam Jorgenson, RHP 1238 Brewers ^Joe Scott, SS 1317 Giants Aaron Lowenstein, C 1366 Angels ^Jared Clark, 1B 1409 Cardinals ^Ray Asaro, OF 136 Marlins Bryan Peterson, OF 275 Devil Rays Cody Cipriano, 2B 332 Twins Blair Erickson, RHP 371 Brewers Wes Etheridge, RHP 604 Yankees Taylor Holiday, OF 693 Mets Tyler Vaughn, 3B 724 Yankees Matt Morris, OF 927 Padres Dylan Axelrod, RHP 115 Orioles Blake Davis, SS 204 Reds Justin Turner, 2B 206 Giants Brett Pill, 1B 225 White Sox Justin Cassel, RHP 292 Tigers L.J. Gagnier, RHP 316 Cardinals ^Blair Erickson, RHP 355 Orioles Brandon Tripp, OF 611 Indians Vinnie Pestano, RHP 732 Angels ^John Curtis, C 1175 Marlins Brandon McDougall, OF 6 Blue Jays Ricky Romero, LHP 82 Royals Chris Nicoll, RHP 106 Dodgers Sergio Pedroza, OF 213 Orioles Bobby Andrews, OF 231 Diamondbacks Ryan Schreppel, LHP 288 Red Sox Mark Wagner, C 293 Mariners Ronnie Prettyman, 3B 478 Devil Rays Neil Walton, SS 644 Astros Scott Sarver, LHP 688 Devil Rays ^Danny Dorn, OF 787 Phillies Brett Dalton, 2B 811 Pirates Nash Robertson, RHP 874 Indians ^John Curtis, C 889 Yankees ^Justin Turner, 2B 929 Mets Matt Anderson, 3B 994 Yankees Trevor Mortensen, OF 1039 Yankees Felipe Garcia, 1B 1362 Yankees ^Brett Pill, 1B 1377 Indians ^Blake Davis, SS 1466 Rangers Glenn Swanson, LHP 67 Athletics Kurt Suzuki, C 97 Athletics Jason Windsor, RHP 249 Yankees Mike Martinez, RHP 399 Yankees P.J. Pilittere, C 826 Brewers ^Ronnie Prettyman, 3B 1437 Red Sox ^Felipe Garcia, C/1B 20 Expos Chad Cordero, RHP

Year Round 2003 2 2003 4 2003 7 2003 8 2003 11 2003 14 2003 22 2003 29 2003 37 2003 44 2002 18 2002 22 2002 33 2001 3 2001 4 2001 5 2001 8 2001 9 2001 13 2001 16 2001 18 2001 22 2000 1 2000 6 2000 17 2000 34 2000 36 2000 42 1999 7 1999 14 1999 17 1999 19 1999 25 1998 1s 1998 11 1998 13 1998 17 1998 25 1997 6 1997 7 1997 11 1997 13 1997 13 1997 17 1997 23 1997 FA 1996 1 1996 12 1996 13 1996 13 1996 14 1996 15 1996 37 1995 1 1995 26 1995 28 1994 33 1994 51 1994 67 1992 15 1991 29 1991 61 1991 63 1991 89 1990 7 1990 8 1990 32 1990 93 1989 20 1989 26 1989 37 1989 39 1989 45 1989 47 1989 47 1989 50 1989 54 1989 66 1989 78

Pick Pro Team 42 Royals 106 Rangers 193 Cubs 227 Rockies 311 Padres 423 Giants 640 Tigers 869 Astros 1103 Marlins 1318 Yankees 536 Blue Jays 644 Devil Rays 979 Brewers 86 Astros 125 Yankees 151 Blue Jays 252 Mets 262 Expos 398 Diamondbacks 474 Pirates 527 Twins 672 Mets 2 Twins 162 Twins 515 Mets 1029 Diamondbacks 1088 Yankees 1255 Blue Jays 208 Diamondbacks 429 White Sox 523 Blue Jays 582 Cardinals 749 Twins 35 White Sox 338 Giants 391 Angels 505 Red Sox 750 Rockies 177 Angels 227 Rangers 327 Angels 385 Tigers 388 Giants 522 Rockies 710 Padres --- Phillies 18 Rangers 339 Blue Jays 367 Twins 381 Orioles 422 Braves 446 Rockies 1108 Dodgers 8 Rockies 711 Rockies 763 Cubs 917 Mariners 1365 Marlins 1601 Royals 416 Brewers 752 Twins 1470 Mariners 1496 Dodgers 1588 Dodgers 185 Phillies 218 Dodgers 850 Mariners 1483 Astros 529 Twins 679 Blue Jays 970 Mets 1004 Cardinals 1152 Mariners 1197 Mariners 1199 Texas Rangers 1260 Mariners 1346 Tigers 1451 Astros 1481 Astros

Player Shane Costa, OF Wes Littleton, RHP Kyle Boyer, OF Darric Merrell, RHP Justin Smyres, SS Sean Martin, RHP Richie Burgos, 1B Jason Corapci, 2B Nick Lovato, LHP ^Mike Martinez, RHP Jordan De Jong, RHP ^Travis Ingle, RHP Jeff Housman, LHP Kirk Saarloos, RHP Aaron Rifkin, 1B Mike Rouse, SS Brett Kay, C Shawn Norris, 3B Shane Waroff, RHP ^Jon Smith, LHP Robert Guzman, OF Dave Bacani, 2B Adam Johnson, RHP Ronnie Corona, RHP ^Mike Nunez, RHP Steve Woodward, OF Jeff Gates, C ^Matt Sorensen, RHP Ryan Owens, SS Spencer Oborn, OF Reed Johnson, OF ^Chris Beck, OF ^Craig Patterson, C Aaron Rowand, OF Erasmo Ramirez, LHP Greg Jacobs, LHP Benito Flores, LHP Kevin Duck, 1B Matt Wise, RHP Mike Lamb, C Brian Tokarse, RHP John Alkire, RHP C.J. Ankrum, 1B Jerome Alviso, SS Scott Seal, 1B Brandon Duckworth, RHP R.A. Dickey, RHP Ryan Meyers, RHP Mike Lincoln, RHP Augie Ojeda, SS ^John Alkire, RHP Scott Schroeffel, RHP/OF ^Jim Fritz, C Todd Helton, 1B/LHP Matt Whitley, SS Scott Vieira, C ^Jason Hill, C ^Santos Cortez, OF Juan Rocha, OF Ron Rico, LHP ^Scott Moten, RHP ^Edward Davis, OF ^Richard Linares, RHP ^Martin Meza, RHP ^Joel Adamson, LHP C.J. Kerr, LHP ^Ron Rico, 1B ^Scott Mowl, RHP Javier Fimbres, 1B ^C.J. Kerr, LHP ^Joe Arredondo, 3B John Corona, LHP ^L.V. Powell, OF Tommy Boudreau, OF Danny Patterson, RHP Bobby Magallanes, SS ^Tony Muser Jr., 2B ^Craig Fairbrother, OF ^Scott Mowl, 1B

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SCHOOL OVERALL w/CSF w/UCI w/UT REG SUPER CWS Alabama 4-2 - - 4-2 - - Alcorn State 3-0 - - 3-0 - - Applachian State - - - - - - Arizona 7-5 4-4 3-1 - - Arizona State 5-8 3-5 1-1 1-2 - - 1-1* Arkansas 1-6 0-1 - 1-5 - - 0-1* Arkansas State 1-0 - - 1-0 - - Auburn 0-3 - - 0-3 - - Austin Peay 0-1 - - 0-1 - - Ball State 1-0 - - 1-0 - - BYU 1-1 - 1-1 - - - Cal 5-4 - 5-4 - - - Cal Poly 12-9 8-4 4-5 - - - Cal State Fullerton 6-7 - 6-7 - - - 1-0* Cal State Northridge 16-5 9-3 7-2 - - - Dallas Baptist 3-0 - 3-0 - - - ETSU 3-1 - - 3-1 - - Florida 2-4 - - 2-4 - - Florida International 1-0 - - 1-0 - - Fresno State 0-1 0-1 - - - - Georgia 1-3 - - 1-3 - - Gonzaga 1-0 1-0 - - 1-0** Hawaii 7-3 6-1 1-2 - - - Houston 4-3 - 4-2 0-1 - - Illinois 0-1 0-1 - - 0-1** Kentucky 3-3 - - 3-3 - - La Salle - - - - - - Long Beach State 16-9 13-3 3-6 - - - Longwood 0-1 - - 0-1 - - Louisville 2-0 2-0 - - - 2-0** Loyola Marymount 10-3-1 5-3 5-0-1 - - - Lousiana Monroe 1-2 - - 1-2 - - LSU 0-3 0-3 - - - - Massachusetts 1-0 - - 1-0 - - Memphis 2-0 - - 2-0 - - Middle Tennessee 0-4 - - 0-4 - - Minnesota 2-1 2-1 - - 2-1 - Mississippi State 0-3 - - 0-3 - - Mississippi Valley State 2-0 - - 2-0 - - Missouri 2-2 - 0-1 2-1 0-1* - Morehead State 1-0 - - 1-0 - - Nebraska-Omaha - - - - - - Nevada 3-1 - 3-1 - - - New Mexico 4-0 1-0 3-0 - 1-0** - North Carolina 0-1 0-1 - - - - Northern Illinois 3-0 - - 3-0 - - Notre Dame 0-1 - - 0-1 - - Oklahoma State 1-1 1-1 - - - - Ole Miss 0-6 - - 0-6 - - Oral Roberts 6-0 3-0 3-0 - - - Oregon 0-1 0-1 - - - - Oregon State 0-1 - 0-1 - 0-1* - Pacific 14-7 8-4 6-3 - - - Pepperdine 8-6 6-3 2-3 - - - Portland 1-0 - 1-0 - - - Purdue - - - - - - Quinnipiac - - - - - - Rhode Island 2-0 2-0 - - - - Rice 0-1 - - 0-1 - - Rider 1-0 1-0 - - 1-0** - Sacramento State 3-1 - 3-1 - - - San Diego 9-4 7-2 2-2 - - - San Diego State 11-1 6-0 5-1 - - - Santa Clara 3-0 3-0 - - - - Seton Hall 3-0 - - 3-0 - - South Carolina 1-5 - - 1-5 - - Southern Cal 9-4 4-3 5-1 - - - Southern Miss 6-0 6-0 - - - - Stanford 4-6 4-6 - - 1-1** 0-2** Stony Brook 1-0 - 1-0 - - - TCU 6-6 6-6 - - - - Tennessee Tech 0-1 - - 0-1 - - Texas 3-0 - 2-0 1-0 - 2-0* Texas A&M 2-3 1-1 - 1-2 - - Texas Tech 0-1 - 0-1 - - - UAB 1-0 1-0 - - - - UC Davis 19-2 11-1 8-1 - - - UC Irvine 7-5 7-5 - - - - UCLA 12-10 11-4 1-6 - 3-4*** - UC Riverside 16-5 10-2 6-3 - - - UC Santa Barbara 16-5 10-2 6-3 - - - UNC Asheville - - - - - - UNLV 5-3 3-0 2-3 1-3 - - Utah 5-0 2-0 3-0 - 2-0** - Vanderbilt 1-5 - - 1-5 - - Virginia 1-1 1-1 - - 1-0** - 0-1** Virginia Tech 1-1 - - 1-1 - - Wake Forest 1-0 - 1-0 - 1-0* - Washington 11-1 6-0 5-1 - - - Western Carolina 1-0 - - 1-0 - - Western Kentucky 3-0 - - 3-0 - - Wichita State 3-0 - 3-0 - - 2-0* Bold - 2014 Opponent * - NCAA postseason record with UC Irvine ** - NCAA postseason record with Cal State Fullerton *** - Is 3-3 with CSF and 0-1 with UCI

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Third Season at Tennessee Offense/Infielders Cal State Dominguez Hills, 1993 Azusa Pacific, 1997 Entering his third season at Rocky Top, associate head coach Greg Bergeron is charged with continuing his installation of the “pressure” offense at Tennessee, leading the team’s on-field offensive efforts from the third base coaching box and tutoring the team’s infielders. Bergeron, 44, has been Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano’s right-hand man for all nine of his seasons as head coach, including three at UC Irvine and four at Cal State Fullerton. “Greg has been a huge part of any success that I have had as a head coach and I don’t expect that to change,” Serrano said. “He is one of the best offensive strategists in college baseball and has done a fabulous job of developing infielders into firstround picks and gritty, grinding players.” In his first two years with the Vols, Bergeron oversaw the transformation of the UT offense into a system designed to put pressure on the opposing team’s defense through aggression, situational hitting and capitalizing on mistakes. The effect has been obvious as the team has found ways to get on base any way it could, increasing its walk total by 13 percent since his arrival, including 192 base on balls last season, and setting a school record by reaching base on a hit-by-pitch 92 times during the course of the 2012 season. In four seasons at Fullerton, the Titans saw their offensive output significantly increase, with their batting average jumping 60 points, up to .337 in 2010 (the second-highest mark in school history). CSF was a mainstay atop the Big West statistical rankings, ranking among the top three schools in the league in on-base percentage, slugging percentage, runs scored, sacrifices and stolen bases in all four of his seasons at Fullerton. In 2011, Bergeron helped Cal State Fullerton finish eighth in the nation in sacrifice bunts and 20th in stolen bases. They also walked the fifth-most of any team in the country, while striking out the seventh-fewest times. In 2010, the Titans ranked 17th in the nation in batting average and finished in the top 10 in the nation in hits (9th) and sacrifice bunts (6th). In 2009, the Titans ranked third in the country in sacrifice bunts led by infielder Joe Scott, who totaled more than any Division I player (25) and set a Fullerton school record in doing so. Bergeron’s “pressure” offense continues on the base paths where his four Titan squads paced the Big West in stolen bases with totals of 126, 125, 112 and 98. While at Irvine, Bergeron’s offensive strategy was also extremely proficient as the Anteaters led the Big West in every major category except doubles, home runs and walks. The Anteaters also shattered the school record for stolen bases and set new highs for sacrifices and sacrifice flies. Irvine’s 140 stolen bases in 2007 ranked eighth in the nation and nearly tripled the next best Big West competitor and helped them reach the College World Series for the first time in their program’s existence. Prior to Irvine, Bergeron spent seven seasons (1998-2004) at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif., where he was eventually promoted to head coach in his final year. In his only season as the Warriors’ skipper, Bergeron led El Camino to a school record 30-7 finish and to within one game of a state championship. During his tenure, he helped more than 50 players earn scholarships at four-year colleges, 30 of whom ended up at Division I schools. Bergeron’s coaching career began in 1996 with a one-season stint at Loyola Marymount before moving over to Cypress College where he helped guide the Chargers to the California Community College State Championship.

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 BERGERON CAREER BREAKDOWN  PLAYING EXPERIENCE

1991 1992-93 1994 1995

Cerritos College Cal State Dominguez Hills Loyola Marymount Houston Astros (Free Agent)

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1996 1997 1998-03 2004 2005-07 2008-11 2012-

Loyola Marymount Asst. Coach Cypress College Asst. Coach El Camino College Asst. Coach El Camino College Head Coach UC Irvine Asst. Coach Cal State Fullerton Asst. Coach Tennessee Associate Head Coach

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at Cerritos College (as a player)

1991

at Loyola Marymount (as a player)

1994

at UC Irvine

South Coast Conference Champions

NCAA Tournament (Second round)

2006 2007

NCAA Tournament (First Round) NCAA Super Regional College World Series

Big West Conference Champions NCAA Super Regional College World Series Big West Conference Champions NCAA Tournament (Regional)

at Cal State Fullerton

2008 2008-10 2009 2010-11 2011

Bergeron has played a critical role in the development of over 40 players that have been drafted by Major League teams, including a trio of first-round selections. Christian Colon and Gary Brown were drafted No. 3 and No. 24 overall by the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants, respectively in 2010, while Robert Steihl went with the 27th overall pick to the Houston Astros in 2000. He also recruited, signed and coached former UC Irvine star Ben Orloff for two seasons. Orloff would later go on to be named the winner of the 2009 Brooks Wallace Award, presented to the nation’s top shortstop, as well as a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award. After prepping at Gahr High School and earning first-team all-conference honors at Cerritos College under Serrano’s guidance, Bergeron played two seasons at Cal State Dominguez Hills where he was named the Toros’ Student-Athlete of the Year and Team MVP. He was the conference batting champion his junior year. Bergeron finished his eligibility in 1994 with Loyola Marymount, where he earned All-West Coast Conference recognition. He eventually signed a free-agent contract with the Houston Astros in 1995. Bergeron earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cal State Dominguez Hills in 1993 and his master’s degree in the same subject from Azusa Pacific in 1997. He and his wife, Anne Marie, are the proud parents of twin daughters, Nicole and Natalie, and son, Brooks.

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 THOMAS CAREER BREAKDOWN  PLAYING EXPERIENCE

1992 University of California at Riverside 1993 Riverside Community College 1994-95 Oklahoma

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 COACHING EXPERIENCE

1996-2001 Oklahoma Volunteer Assistant Coach 2001-03 Oklahoma Assistant Coach 2004 Oklahoma Coordinator of Baseball Ops. 2005-11 Eastern Oklahoma State Head Coach 2012-13 Oklahoma Assistant Coach 2014- Tennessee Asst. Coach/Recruiting Coord.

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 POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE at Oklahoma (as a player)

at Oklahoma

at Eastern Oklahoma State

1994 1995 1995

1997 Big 12 Conference Tournament Champions 1997-98 NCAA Tournament (Regional) 2000, 02, 04 NCAA Tournament (Regional)

2010 2011

Region 2 Champions Region 2 Champions

at Oklahoma 2012 2013 2013

NCAA Super Regional Big 12 Conference Tournament Champions NCAA Super Regional

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His coaching career started as a volunteer assistant on the OU staff in 1996 following a successful two-year stint as a player for the Sooners. Thomas helped guide OU to four NCAA Tournament appearances and the program’s first conference tournament championship in 18 years with the 1997 Big 12 Conference Tournament title. During his young coaching career, Thomas had a hand in instructing nine All-Americans, eight all-district honorees, 13 first team all-conference selections and more than 20 players who signed professional contracts. In the two seasons he lettered for the Sooners, Thomas was a member of OU’s back-to-back College World Series teams in 1994 and 1995 and hit .336 during his career with 61 stolen bases, the sixth-best total in OU history, and 113 runs scored. Thomas was a first team All-Big Eight Conference selection as a senior and was named to the NCAA All-Midwest II Regional Team in 1995 after helping the Sooners tear through the tournament field with a perfect 4-0 mark. In fact, the Sooners recorded an 8-0 record in NCAA Regional play and were 12-2 in NCAA postseason competition during Thomas’ playing career. OU was 92-33 in his two seasons roaming the outfield. Prior to arriving in Norman, Thomas played one year at Riverside Community College in California. One of the most talented players to emerge from the junior college powerhouse, Thomas captured junior college All-America honors in his only season and still appears among the RCC record books in a number of categories. Thomas continues to hold the school records for hits and stolen bases in a single game and stolen bases recorded in a single season. Thomas began his college career at the University of California at Riverside where he redshirted his first year and spent his freshman season. He transferred to RCC following his freshman year. Thomas earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Oklahoma in 1995 and completed his Master’s in professional studies in education from Capella University in 2007. Thomas and his wife, Julie, have two children, Chloe Elizabeth and Brett Nathan.

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Tennessee baseball head coach Dave Serrano announced the addition of Aric Thomas to his coaching staff on June 8, 2013, bringing him in as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Volunteers’ program. Thomas arrives at Rocky Top following his second stint at Oklahoma, his alma mater. In 13 years as both a player and a coach with the Sooners, Thomas helped lead them to a national championship, two College World Series appearances, back-to-back Super Regionals, seven NCAA regionals and a Big 12 Conference Tournament title. “I’m very excited to be here and looking forward to this opportunity,” Thomas said. “I am really looking forward to working with Coach Bergeron and Coach Serrano, two really good coaches who have had a lot of success in their careers and are good baseball guys and good people. Getting to come to the SEC, the best baseball conference in the country, I look forward to that challenge. What put it over the top for me is the Knoxville community. What a great place this is here. I look forward to our family being a part of Vol Nation and growing up in this area.” Most recently, the Riverside, Calif., native spent the past two years in Norman, guiding OU to Super Regional appearances both seasons. One of the top recruiters in college baseball, Thomas put together a stellar class in his final year at Oklahoma with 10 of his signees being drafted in the 2013 MLB Draft. In addition, he also played a key role in the recruitment of All-American pitcher Jonathan Gray who signed with OU in 2012 before going on to be the No. 3 overall pick in the draft, as well as the 2013 College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year. Thomas first recruited Gray in his final season at Eastern Oklahoma State College where he served as the head coach from 200511. That same year, he also signed three other recruits who were drafted, including Dylan Bundy, the top high school player in the nation and number four overall selection by the Baltimore Orioles. During his coaching tenure, Thomas has coached or worked with several players that are currently listed on Major League Baseball rosters, including Chase Utley (Phillies), Reed Johnson (Braves) and Greg Dobbs (Marlins). In seven seasons at the Eastern helm, where he also served as the athletic director the last four years, Thomas posted a 237159-1 (.598) overall record while guiding his offense to a .314 batting average in that span while also averaging 53 home runs and 134 stolen bases per season. From 2007-2009, the Mountaineers’ hitters hit over .330 in each of the three seasons and the 2008 squad set the program record for wins with 41. In 2011, Thomas led the Mountaineers to the program’s second consecutive Region II Championship, a first in the program’s history, as EOSC finished the campaign at 38-22 and appeared in the top 25 polls for the sixth consecutive season. In 2010, the Mountaineers won their first region title since 2001 after they posted a 37-22 mark. He was named the Region II Coach of the Year following both campaigns. During his tenure, ESOC baseball evolved into one of the nation’s top programs and became a catalyst for helping players move on to four-year universities and professional baseball. While Eastern was nationally ranked in six of his seven seasons at the helm, including five squads ranked in the top 15 in the country, Thomas has also coached 70 players that went on to sign at fouryear universities or play professional baseball. That includes seven players that were drafted by Major League Baseball teams and 38 others that moved on to Division I programs. As a player, Thomas was a key part of the Sooners’ 1994 National Championship team and the program’s return to the College World Series in 1995 when he was named a first team All-Big Eight outfielder. He was also part of Oklahoma’s staff from 19962004, serving as a volunteer coach, assistant coach and coordinator of baseball operations. Thomas’ coaching experience has also extended beyond Oklahoma’s borders as he was an assistant for the Brewster White Caps in the prestigious Cape Cod League in the summers of 1998 and 1999. His team won the Eastern Division title during his first year with the club. In 2004, Thomas was unanimously named Alaska Baseball League coach of the Year with the Peninsula Oilers.

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First Season at Tennessee Recruiting/Offense/Outfielders Oklahoma, 1995 Capella University, 2007

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Second Season at Tennessee Outfielders/Offense UC Irvine, 2009 Now entering his second season at Rocky Top, volunteer assistant coach Tony Asaro is in charge of working with the Volunteers’ outfielders, assisting associate head coach Greg Bergeron with the squad’s offense and manning the first base coaching box. Head coach Dave Serrano dipped into his extensive base of former players when hiring Asaro. “We are very excited about adding Tony to our staff,” Serrano said. “He is an up-and-coming young coach with a lot of energy, enthusiasm and drive, which I believe will be a great benefit to our team. As a former player of mine, he fully understands the expectations and goals we have established for this program and will play an integral role in helping us achieve them.” A former pupil of Serrano, as well as Greg Bergeron, at UC-Irvine, Asaro spent three seasons as an assistant coach at El Camino College (2010-12) where he was the team’s hitting instructor, recruiting coordinator and third-base coach. “I was one of the fortunate few to have the opportunity to get a chance to play for Coach Serrano and Coach Bergeron,” Asaro said. “To play for those coaches and now have the opportunity to come out here and coach with them was not something I was going to pass up and I am extremely excited about it. “The feeling of trust and the family environment is very unique to our program. It’s something we strive for and build our program around. It’s not every day an opportunity like this comes around, so when the phone call came there was no hesitation and I’m glad to be a part of the Big Orange family.” After playing for the 2006 West Coast Conference champion Pepperdine, Asaro transferred to UC Irvine which he helped reach the College World Series for the first time in school history in 2007. The next season, the Anteaters advanced to the Super Regionals at LSU. Asaro was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 47th round of the 2008 MLB Draft but elected to return to school for his senior season. He played for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots that summer as well, winning the Alaska Baseball League before participating in the NBC World Series. Prior to his collegiate career, Asaro was selected to the 2003 USA National Team Trials and also played for the American Samoa National team participating in the World Baseball Challenge in 2002 in Grand Forks, British Colombia. He was also a four-year varsity letterwinner at West Torrance High School where he won three Bay League championships and the El Segundo tournament championship. Asaro was named All-Bay League all four years and all-area three times.

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 ASARO CAREER BREAKDOWN  PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2006 Pepperdine 2007-09 UC Irvine

 COACHING EXPERIENCE

2010-12 2013-

El Camino College Assistant Coach Tennessee Volunteer Asst. Coach

 POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE

at Pepperdine

at UC Irvine

2007

2007 2008 2009

West Coast Conference Champions NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional College World Series NCAA Regional Big West Conference Champions NCAA Regional

at El Camino College

2010 2012

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Prior to her experience on Rocky Top, Miller served as an events coordinator at The Ohio State University, where she managed camps, clinics and gameday events for the Buckeyes’ football, softball, wrestling and field hockey teams. She also served in various roles at the NCAA Championships for men’s and women’s basketball, fencing, rifle and men’s gymnastics while in Columbus. Miller earned her bachelor’s degree in sport and leisure studies from The Ohio State University in 2012 and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport management from the University of Tennessee.

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Rachel Miller is in her first season as Director of Baseball Operations at Tennessee. Head coach Dave Serrano and the University of Tennessee baseball program hired Miller as the new Director of Baseball Operations on July 25, 2013. Miller worked in the Tennessee Sales and Marketing office for the past year, assisting with the marketing efforts for UT’s baseball, women’s basketball and volleyball teams. She also coordinated the Tennessee football Legend Program and planned events for Coach Phillip Fulmer’s Hall of Fame Induction. “Rachel has been a part of our athletic department for a year and I immediately noticed - through her involvement with the baseball program - her attention to detail and work ethic,” said Serrano. “With Gregg (Wallis) moving on to be an assistant coach at Grand Canyon University, this opening was the perfect opportunity to make my staff stronger with organizational skills and the knowledge of campus that Rachel possesses. I thought it would be a perfect fit to have her join our staff.”

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First Season at Tennessee The Ohio State University, 2012

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CARMEN TEGANO

Associate Athletics Director Carmen Tegano is the Associate Athletics Director for Administration at the University of Tennessee. His primary responsibilities are management of the baseball and men’s tennis programs, as well as working with the office of development in the area of fundraising and endowments from former student-athletes. Tegano has been with the athletics department since 1985 and was previously the Associate Athletics Director for Student Life. Tegano holds a doctorate from Virginia Tech, where he served as assistant athletics director before joining the Tennessee staff. He coached at both the high school and college levels prior to entering athletics administration in 1980. Tegano is an adjunct professor at Tennessee and has taught numerous courses in the area of athletics administration and leadership. He and his wife, Deborah, have two daughters, Rachel and Mary Katherine.

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DR. CHRIS KLENCK

A big key to the Vols’ success on the diamond is certified athletic trainer Jeff Wood, who is in his 14th season with the Tennessee baseball team. Wood’s thorough knowledge of kinesiology and sports medicine has routinely earned him the praise of his colleagues—and it also earned him trips to China and Italy with Major League Baseball International in the summers of 2007 and 2010-11, respectively. “Woody,” as he is known in the clubhouse, arrived at Tennessee boasting numerous years of professional experience as a baseball trainer, including a 10-year stint as a certified trainer in the Baltimore Orioles organization (which included a four-year stint as head trainer for the class-AAA Rochester Red Wings). In addition, he has worked with the Bluefield Orioles rookie-league team, the Charlotte O’s class-AA club, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), NASCAR and Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). In 1987, Wood was named Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Southern League of Professional Baseball Clubs. He also has been invited to give numerous professional presentations on topics ranging from “Care and Prevention of the Potentially Cervical Spine Injured Athlete” to “Shoulder Injuries Associated with Overhand Throwing.” The Winfield, W.Va., native has earned a bachelor’s degree in Education from Marshall (1984) and a master’s in Exercise science from Tennessee (2002). He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification and the State of Tennessee and also holds membership in the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society. In addition to his baseball duties, Wood also works closely with the Volunteer swimming and diving team and provides training room supervision for all of UT’s men’s athletic teams. Wood and his wife, the former Malinda Gray, reside in Clinton, Tenn., and are the proud parents of sons, Jordan, Lucas and Zachary.

Dr. Chris Klenck enters his eighth season as the head team physician on the UT Sports Medicine staff. Klenck, 42, came to Knoxville in November 2006 following a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Indiana University Medical Center. He had served the Indianapolis hospital since June 2001 in the positions of Internal Medicine/Pediatrics intern, resident and chief resident. During fellowship training, Klenck was an assistant team physician for the Indianapolis Colts preseason training camps and assisted at Purdue University, his alma mater. He worked the NFL Scouting Combines in Indianapolis, has NCAA championships experience and served as a team physician in the Indiana high school ranks. Additionally, he has earned board certifications in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Primary Care Sports Medicine. An Evansville, Ind., native, Klenck earned his doctor of pharmacy degree from Purdue before completing his doctor of medicine degree at Indiana University School of Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Physicians, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and American College of Sports Medicine. Klenck is married to the former Laura Botto of Dayton, Ohio. They are the parents of three children: Jacob, Ben and Ella.

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BLAKE CARVER

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Darren Seybold is in his fourth year at the University of Tennessee where he oversees all things green and growing as the Director of Sports Surfaces. Seybold has spanned the country perfecting his craft. Upon graduation from Mississippi State, the Butler, Ala., native landed his first job overseeing the athletics facilities at LouisianaLafayette. He then spent three years in baseball’s minor leagues with the Chicago White Sox organization, mainly in Birmingham, before landing in the majors with the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Then it was on to a stint at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles before Hilton International Hotels convinced him to be the assistant course superintendent at their worldwide No. 1 property, the Naples Grande Golf Club on Florida’s southwest coast.

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Meghan Anderson joined the University of Tennessee staff in August 2013 as the Associate Director for Student Services. She was formally at the University of Missouri since 2007 as the Total Person Program’s Assistant Director and Academic Coordinator for the Missouri baseball and football. She was formally the Academic Coordinator for the Swimming & Diving, Tennis programs along with being the Tutor Coordinator. Her responsibilities include assisting student-athletes with major selection, scheduling, assigning tutors and mentors, interaction with professors and working closely to monitor the student-athletes progress toward graduation. A native of Omaha, Neb., Anderson holds a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from the University of Nebraska and a Masters in Recreation and Sports Management from Indiana State. While at Nebraska, Anderson was a four-year starter on the Women’s Soccer team and still holds the record for most games

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Herman Demmink is in his fifth season as the Tennessee baseball strength and conditioning coach after being hired in the fall of 2009. Demmink played collegiately at Clemson under Jack Leggett, lettering all four years and serving as the team captain in 2005 and 2006. He was named the team’s Most Dedicated Player and helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament in each of his four seasons, including an appearance in the College World Series in his senior campaign. He was also selected to the Clemson Baseball All-Decade Team as its utility player. During his time at Clemson, Demmink played seven of the nine positions on the field, claimed Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll accolades on three occasions and earned Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year honors from the National Strength Coaches Association in 2004. His best year on the field came as a junior when he started 63 of 65 games and hit .345 with four home runs, 41 RBIs and nine stolen bases. Following graduation, Demmink was drafted in the 28th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies and spent four seasons playing professionally. Since retiring from baseball, Demmink has become the president and owner of 3D Performance Traning, LLC, and is responsible for training a vast array of professional athletes, including players in the MLB, NFL, MLS, as well as members of the PGA Tour, Olympic Track and Field participants and tri-athletes around the world. Among the Major League Baseball players that condition with Demmink in the offseason are former Tennessee standouts Blake Forsythe, Charley Thurber, Zach Osborne, Stephen McCray, Steven Gruver and Nick Hernandez as well as 2012 All-Star closer and current Texas Ranger Joe Nathan and 2008 All-Star and current Baltimore Oriole Nate McLouth. He is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and his credentials include Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Fitness Trainer (ISSA), and Athletic Republic Level 2. After graduating from Clemson with a bachelor’s degree in business management in 2006, Demmink spent five months as a graduate strength and conditioning coach with the Tigers in the fall of 2006. He also worked as a personal sports performance trainer in Charlotte for six years before moving to Knoxville.

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Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform in 2005. Dr. Bruce regularly teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on the economics of taxation and the economics of health and health care. He has recently served as the Director of Graduate Studies in Economics and the Director of the Undergraduate Major in Public Administration. Before becoming Faculty Athletics Representative, Dr. Bruce served for two years as chair of the Athletics Board’s Fiscal Integrity and Long-Range Planning Committee. He has also served as chair of the UTK Faculty Senate’s Budget and Planning Committee. Dr. Bruce is an active member of the National Tax Association, the International Institute of Public Finance, and the American, Southern, and Western Economic Associations. His community service has included numerous economic and policy presentations for state and local organizations, volunteer assistance for the Blount County 4-H Program, and a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the Lisa Ross Birth and Women’s Center, with two of those years as Treasurer. Dr. Bruce lives in Walland, Tenn, with his wife Jennifer, a mathematics professor at Maryville College, and their daughter Annie, age 5.

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DR. DONALD BRUCE Donald Bruce is the Douglas and Brenda Horne Professor of Business in the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) and the Department of Economics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He joined the UTK faculty in 1999 after receiving his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Syracuse University and his B.A. with honors in Economics from Drew University. As a CBER economist, Dr. Bruce regularly provides objective, non-partisan policy research and evaluation under contracts with an array of government agencies at the federal and state levels. His recent work in CBER has included an ongoing evaluation of Tennessee’s welfare program, Families First, for the Tennessee Department of Human Services, an analysis of teacher supply and demand in Tennessee for the Governor’s Office of Education Policy, and a forecast of expenditures on Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarships for the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In addition to his CBER research, Dr. Bruce studies the economic and behavioral effects of tax policies on such things as small business activity and owner-occupied housing. His work has been presented and published in a variety of academic journals, edited volumes, and professional meetings. He has testified before Congress on the topic of internet taxation, and he presented his work on taxes and small business activity before the President’s

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tilizers for the developing world. He serves of the board of directors for the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (APLU), as chairman of the group’s Commission on Food, Environment and Renewable Resources and as a member of the APLU Presidential Advisory Committee on Energy. He serves on the UT-Battelle Board of Governors, the UT Health Sciences Center Board of Directors, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission Master Plan Steering Committee and the UT Athletics Board of Directors. Prior to his UT appointment, Dr. Cheek was a member of the faculty and an administrator at the University of Florida for 34 years, last serving as senior vice president of agricultural and natural resources. Dr. Cheek earned his bachelor’s degree with high honors and his doctorate from Texas A&M University. He received his master’s degree from Lamar University. A native of Texas, he is married to Ileen, and they have two children and two grandchildren.

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Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek became the seventh chancellor of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on Feb. 1, 2009. Through his leadership, the campus is focused on improving the student’s educational experience, enhancing faculty research and scholarship as well as outreach and service. A first-generation college student, Dr. Cheek has set in motion several initiatives to broaden UT Knoxville’s diversity and student access to the university. As the state’s flagship research campus, UT Knoxville is currently ranked as a Top 50 public institution. In early 2010, the campus launched its quest to become one of the Top 25 public research universities in the nation. It helped solidify strategies for growing the research base and graduate programs, improving graduation rates and attracting and retaining top faculty. Dr. Cheek chairs the Board of the International Fertilizer Development Center Advisory Committee, a new global research effort to develop and commercialize clean, environmentally sustainable, cost-effective and renewable fer-

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VICE CHANCELLOR/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS THIRD YEAR AT TENNESSEE ALABAMA ‘71 The University of Tennessee named Dave Hart vice chancellor and director of athletics on Sept. 5, 2011. Hart has held leadership roles in athletics administration at East Carolina University, Florida State University and the University of Alabama. “Dave has done an excellent job of positioning our athletics department to achieve excellence both on the field and in the classroom,” said University of Tennessee Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek. “Our first priority is the student-athlete; Dave has made that his goal from the first day he arrived on campus.” Among the many challenges and goals being addressed in the first two years of his tenure at Tennessee, Hart has led efforts which included the following: • Restructured the athletics department and developed an organizational flow chart. • Redefined the athletic department Mission Statement to focus on the student-athlete. • Created a new Governance Structure going through a “right-sizing” effort in conjunction with the implementation of combining the men and women’s athletic programs into one while setting a direction and vision for all units within the department. • The Compliance Department has been reorganized and capital projects have been reprioritized to dovetail into a strategic plan, which is in the process of being finalized, for the next 5-to-10 years. • Policies and procedures have been strengthened throughout the department, as has overall communication. • Fan experience enhancement options at Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena have been prioritized as well. In December, Hart hired Butch Jones from the University of Cincinnati as the head football coach at the University of Tennessee. Since assuming his new role, Jones has brought a renewed sense of energy and optimism to the program as the Vols approach his first season at the helm. Hart also hired Holly Warlick to follow the legendary Pat Summitt as the head coach of Tennessee’s women’s basketball program, and Warlick led the Lady Vols to the SEC championship, an Elite Eight appearance, and a 27-8 record in her first season. In 2012-13, Tennessee also won national championships in three events and finished third nationally in women’s swimming and diving under Matt Kredich, the former UT women’s coach whom Hart chose to lead a combined men’s and women’s swimming and diving program. Hart also hired Brian Pensky to lead the Tennessee soccer program, and the squad made an NCAA tournament appearance in Pensky’s first season. Also last year, the men’s golf program reached the final round of the NCAA tournament. In just under two years at Tennessee, Hart has worked with Chancellor Jimmy Cheek and Provost Susan Martin to strengthen the long-term financial model for Tennessee Athletics while making considerable strides in improving the academic support structure for UT student-athletes, including the hiring of Dr. Joe Scogin as senior associate athletics director and assistant provost to lead the Thornton Student Life Center. Comprehensive athletic success exemplified Hart’s tenure as the Florida State athletic director, as a combined 35 ACC Championships were won by 10 different Seminole athletic programs during his tenure. Additionally, the Seminole football team won nine ACC titles and appeared in four national championship

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games, winning the 1999 BCS National Championship with a Sugar Bowl victory over Virginia Tech. The men’s outdoor track and field team also claimed two national championships during his tenure, while the baseball program appeared in the College World Series five times and the softball program won nine ACC titles and played in the Women’s College World Series. During Hart’s last year at Florida State, the Seminoles finished 15th in the Directors’ Cup, an all-time high for the institution at that time. Additionally, during Hart’s three years at Alabama, the Crimson Tide football team claimed the 2009 BCS National Championship and the individual athletic teams posted a combined eight top-three finishes nationally over the last three years. Hart has more than 20 years of service as a director of athletics. “It is a privilege to be Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee,” Hart said. “To be entrusted to lead one of the nation’s elite athletics programs is an exciting opportunity and one that I cherish.” Highly respected as a visionary and industry leader, Hart’s career has featured service as the president of both the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division IA Athletics Directors’ Association. A former recipient of the Robert R. Neyland Award honoring lifetime achievement, Hart has also been named by his colleagues as the Athletic Director of the Year for the Southeast Region in both 2000 and 2005, one of a few select individuals to receive the honor multiple times. During his 13 years at Florida State, Hart negotiated unprecedented, multi-million dollar contracts for the department totaling in excess of $175 million. He also devised and executed an extensive and comprehensive facilities master plan for athletics that eclipsed the $150 million mark. Hart initiated a multi-faceted Student Development/Life Skills program for all student-athletes at FSU, an endeavor recognized nationally as a “Program of Excellence” by the Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Association. He spearheaded the rewriting of the department’s mission statement to put the student-athlete at the core of athletic department priorities in its goal to build comprehensive excellence throughout all components of the department. “Dave is as good an athletic director as there is in the country,” legendary Florida State Head Football Coach Bobby Bowden said. “He’s as sharp of an AD as I’ve been around in 57 years. He knows what’s important, and he’s a builder.” Hart took a leadership role in the FSU athletics department’s first major capital campaign, in concert with Seminole Boosters, which raised more than $75 million for athletics facilities and served as the catalyst for a subsequent effort. Within the Facilities Master Plan, there were several state-of-the-art facilities constructed, including a soccer/softball facility, a state-of-theart golf facility and teaching center, a basketball training center and major renovations to the tennis and volleyball facilities. The Moore Athletics Center and Dick Howser Baseball Stadium ranked among the nation’s best. A new aquatics facility and a renovation to the track facility were finalized in 2008. In recognizing Hart’s position within intercollegiate athletics, ACC Commissioner John Swofford said, “Dave Hart is one of the best and most respected athletics administrators in the business. He thoroughly understands the nuances of major college athletics, and he has superb values to go along with his vast experience in the field. He is a proven leader at the conference and national levels.”

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sions regarding post-season football format options and similar issues related to the football postseason. In addition to his prominent leadership roles nationally, Hart chaired and had direct involvement with the renegotiations of both of the ACC’s football and basketball television contracts and chaired the ACC Television Committee as well as the ACC Men’s Basketball and Football committees. He also served as Chairman of the NCAA Football Board of Directors where he represented NACDA and served with commissioners of Division I-A conferences as well as past NCAA President Myles Brand. Hart served as Executive Director of Athletics at Alabama from August 2008 until accepting his leadership role with the Volunteers. A 1971 Alabama graduate, Hart played basketball for the Crimson Tide under legendary head coach C.M. Newton and earned a master’s degree from UA in 1972 while working as a graduate assistant basketball coach. A popular speaker at the national level, Hart has made numerous speaking presentations nationally and presented seminars on such topics as student-athlete welfare, marketing, gender equity, facility master planning, negotiation skills and personnel transition. He was an instructor at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Management Institute for 10 years and currently is an annual presenter at the Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Institute sharing with peers his knowledge and experiences relating to athletics administration. Hart met his wife, the former Pam Humble, while at Alabama. Pam is a 1970 graduate of The University of Alabama, and the couple has three children: Rick, who serves currently as the athletic director at SMU, Jamie and Kelly. The Harts are the grandparents of five grandchildren: Trevor, Caroline, McKinley, Olivia and Kingsley.

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While at FSU, Hart made many key hires, including the hiring of FSU’s first two African-American basketball coaches, including current men’s coach Leonard Hamilton, as well as their first African-American senior-level administrator. Under Hart’s direction, FSU formalized a varsity club to encourage the participation of former student-athletes in athletic department activities. He also placed a significant focus on the growth of women’s athletics at FSU, a commitment reflected in increased funding, competitive success and facility upgrades. Academic success also accompanied Hart’s time at FSU, as the school became home to the inaugural National StudentAthlete of the Year, a State of Florida Woman of the Year recipient, and two Rhodes Scholars. A record number of FSU studentathletes made the ACC Academic Honor Roll, were recipients of NCAA post-graduate scholarship awards and obtained degrees. Student-athlete community service involvement became a priority under Hart with student-athletes contributing more than 5,000 hours in community outreach projects. Hart has also earned the Athletics Directors’ Award for advancing the quality and progress of student-athletes and the athletics program while at Florida State. In 2008, he received the James J. Corbett Award, the highest honor bestowed by National Association of College Directors of Athletics. Hart’s commitment to service includes considerable time on numerous national and conference committees, including the NCAA Council, the NCAA Honors and Awards Committee and the NCAA Special Events and Postseason Bowls Committee, and he has been a consultant to the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Council. Hart was one of 11 athletic directors nationally who worked with an advisory group of athletic directors to presidents and conference commissioners in ongoing meetings and discus-

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R/R • 6-1 • 185 Right-Handed Pitcher Mountain View, Calif. Saint Francis HS 2013 - FRESHMAN

 BETTENCOURT CAREER HIGHS

• Made 20 appearances as a freshman, including three starts, going 2-3 with a 6.49 ERA over 34.2 innings pitched. • Recorded a team-high three saves while yielding a .310 bat- Innings (Starter)...................... 4.0 vs. Longwood (4/2/13) Innings (Reliever)............ 4.0 vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) ting average against during his freshman campaign. • Earned a save in his collegiate debut, pitching the final three Runs Allowed................................... 6 vs. Missouri (3/23/13) ER Allowed........................................ 6 vs. Missouri (3/23/13) innings in UT’s 8-3 win at UNLV on Feb. 16. • Allowed just one run on one hit in a career-high 3.2 innings Strikeouts.................................................4 at UNLV (2/16/13) against No. 20 Arizona State. Walks................................3 (2x), last at Kentucky (4/13/13) • Picked up his second save with a scoreless ninth inning in a Hits Allowed......... 6 (3x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) 9-7 win over ETSU on Feb. 26. Wild Pitches.............................3 vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) • Fired a scoreless frame in a win over Alcorn State on March 10. HBP......................................................4 vs. Missouri (3/23/13) • Made first career start and earned his first win with 3.2 shutout innings in a 4-0 win over Western Kentucky on March 12. • Picked up his second win just four days later with two strikeouts and just one run allowed in 2.1 innings of relief at Alabama on March 16. • Earned his team-leading third save against ETSU on April 9, throwing one 10-pitch inning of shutout ball. • Pitched for the Mat-Su Miners in the Alaska Baseball League over the summer. • Posted a 3-2 record with a 2.95 ERA and a team-high 39 strikeouts in eight appearances for the Miners.

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• Graduated from Saint Francis High School where he was coached by Mike Oakland. • Suffered just two losses on the mound during his prep career. • Posted an 8-1 record as a senior with 86 strikeouts and a 1.52 ERA in 60.0 innings pitched. • Opposing hitters hit just .150 off of him and he averaged 12.9 strikeouts per nine innings. • Also played third and second base for the Lancers, hitting four homers and picking up 53 RBIs while lettering three seasons. • Was tabbed the 2012 WCAL Pitcher of the Year and named to the 2012 WCAL First Team. • Earned a spot on the 2012 Norcal Rawlings World Series All-Tournament Team as well. • Selected as a 2012 Rawlings California Region Honorable Mention selection and 2011 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American. • Listed as a High Follow in the Perfect Game national rankings.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Trevor Thomas Bettencourt • Born July 21, 1994 • Son of Joe and Gale Bettencourt

• Has one sibling, Brittany • Majoring in political science

 BETTENCOURT CAREER STATISTICS Season 2013 TOTALS

W-L GP-GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K SV WHIP BAA ERA 2-3 20-3 0 0 34.2 44 26 25 2 18 24 3 1.81 .310 6.49 2-3 20-3 0 0 34.2 44 26 25 2 18 24 3 1.81 .310 6.49

BETTENCOURT - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Alabama 3.86 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 2 1 1 0 2 Arizona State 2.45 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.2 1 1 1 0 0 ETSU 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 Florida 13.50 0-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 3 1 1 1 1 Kentucky 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 2 4 4 3 0 MTSU 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 Missouri 23.14 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2.1 5 6 6 0 1 South Carolina 9.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 6 4 4 2 1 UNLV 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3.0 0 0 0 2 4 Vanderbilt 13.50 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 1 1 1 0

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• Appeared in 49 games in his first year at Rocky Top, includ-  BILY CAREER HIGHS ing 45 starts (27 in center field, 18 in right field). • Hit .260 with seven doubles and 25 RBIs as a junior. At Bats......................................................6 at UNLV (2/17/13) • Finished the season with five multiple RBI games. • Posted a season-long seven game hit streak from Feb. 26 - Runs......................................... 3 vs. Arizona State (2/23/13) March 10 in which he hit .360 (9-for-25) with three doubles Hits................................... 3 (6x), last at Kentucky (4/13/13) and five RBIs. RBI.................................... 2 (5x), last at Kentucky (4/14/13) • Recorded first hit as a Vol on Feb. 17 at UNLV, going 3-for-6 BB........................................ 2 (6x), last vs. Georgia (5/3/13) with a double. SB..................................................2 vs. Alcorn State (3/8/13) • Went 3-for-5 and drove in a run in a 13-6 win over Alcorn 2B.......................................1 (7x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) State on March 9. • Had two multiple RBI games, driving in two against Arizona HR............................................................................................. N/A State on Feb. 23 and against Alcorn State on March 9. Total Bases..............................................4 at UNLV (2/17/13) • Went 6-for-11 in a three-game series at Kentucky (April 12- Hit Streak......................................... 7 games (2/26-3/10/13) 14), batting .545 with two doubles and two RBIs • Played for the Los Angeles Brewers in the California Collegiate League over the summer, finishing with 14 hits, 10 RBIs and a .360 on-base percentage

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R/R • 6-0 • 185 Outfielder Anaheim, Calif. Orange Lutheran HS/UC Irvine/Cypress CC

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PIERCE BILY

2012 - AT CYPRESS CC

2010-11 - AT UC IRVINE

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

• Full name is Pierce Brant Bily • Born June 26, 1990

• Son of Brant and Tina Bily • Has one sibling, Tanner

Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 49-45 150 29 39 7 0 0 25 .372 .307 .679 .260 TOTALS 49-45 150 29 39 7 0 0 25 .372 .307 .679 .260

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Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .100 3-3 Arizona State .250 3-2 ETSU .375 2-2 Florida .000 3-3 Georgia .000 1-1 Kentucky .545 3-3 MTSU .167 2-2 Missouri .500 3-3 Morehead State .000 1-0 South Carolina .429 3-3 UNLV .429 3-2 Vanderbilt .154 3-3 Virginia Tech .167 2-2

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 10 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 .100 4 3 1 0 0 0 2 1 .250 8 2 3 1 0 0 1 4 .500 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 11 4 6 2 0 0 2 8 .727 6 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 .167 10 1 5 0 0 0 4 5 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 7 2 3 0 0 0 2 3 .429 7 1 3 1 0 0 1 4 .571 13 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 .154 6 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 .333

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

SO GDP 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 7 0 2 0

OB% SB .100 0 .571 0 .375 1 .100 0 .500 1 .643 1 .375 0 .545 0 .000 0 .600 0 .556 0 .143 0 .375 2

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• Graduated from Orange Lutheran High School in Anaheim, Calif., where he was coached by Eric Borba. • Named to the Rawlings Baseball All-America team and earned All-Trinity League second-team honors as a senior. • Named team co-MVP for the Lancers and claimed National Classic first-team honors following his senior campaign. • Helped Orange Lutheran win the league title, was voted an all-league first-team choice and named the team’s best defensive player as a junior. • Was the first middle infielder from Orange Lutheran to receive a scholarship to a Division-I institution. • Listed as the nation’s 320th-best high school prospect by Perfect Game in 2009.

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• Redshirted in 2010 for the Anteaters. • Played with the Cowlitz Black Bears of the Western Baseball League in the summer of 2010, recording 13 hits, including a home run, and four RBIs. • Played in four games in 2011, scoring two runs and driving in another.

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• Played for Scott Pickler, the father of former UT All-American and 1998 SEC Player of the Year Jeff Pickler, at Cypress CC. • Appeared in 36 games for the Chargers, hitting .283 with three home runs, 22 RBIs and eight stolen bases in 2012. • Helped Cypress reach the Super Regionals of the CCCBCA Tournament.

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R/R • 6-1 • 205 Catcher Ellijay, Ga. Gilmer HS HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Gilmer High School in Ellijay, Ga., where he was a four-year letterwinner and one-year captain. • Earned Rawlings Southeast Region All-American Honorable Mention honors as a senior. • Batted .397 as a senior, .435 as a junior and .333 as a sophomore with seven homers over his career. • Listed as the No. 4 catcher and No. 46 overall prospect from the state of Georgia by Perfect Game. • Ranked as the 73rd-best catcher and a top 500 overall prospect in the nation by Perfect Game. • Named a 2012 Underclass All-American High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game as a junior. • Also a two-year letterwinner in basketball and one-year letterwinner in football.

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• Full name is Forrest Alan Bramlett • Born May 24, 1995 • Son of Kevin and Kelly Bramlett

• Majoring in business • Chose Tennessee because it is a great school, he loved the coaches and it felt right

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R/R • 6-1 • 170 Right-Handed Pitcher Anaheim Hills, Calif. JSerra Catholic HS 2013 - FRESHMAN

 CHARPIE CAREER HIGHS

• Tied for a team-high 21 appearances, including one start, going 3-4 with a 6.78 ERA over 38.0 innings of work. • Finished with a .323 batting average against and a 1.000 Innings (Starter)............4.0 vs. Morehead State (5/14/13) Innings (Reliever)....... 6.0 vs. Western Carolina (3/20/13) fielding percentage. • Made collegiate debut at UNLV on Feb. 15, allowing two Runs Allowed.........................7 vs. South Carolina (4/7/13) ER Allowed..............................7 vs. South Carolina (4/7/13) runs on three hits in 2.0 innings of relief. • Fired 3.1 frames of one-hit ball two days later against the Strikeouts.................................... 5 vs. Alcorn State (3/9/13) Walks....................................2 (5x), last vs. MTSU (4/30/13) Rebels, yielding just a single run. • Allowed two hits in 2.0 shutout innings against No. 20 Ari- Hits Allowed..........6 (3x), last vs. South Carolina (4/7/13) Wild Pitches..........................1 (3x), last vs. MTSU (4/30/13) zona State on Feb. 22. • Recorded his first save in a 6-4 win over UMass on March 2, HBP....................................................1 at Vanderbilt (3/29/13) allowing just one hit in 2.0 scoreless frames. • Came out of the bullpen to strike out five in 5.0 innings and pick up his first career win vs. Alcorn State, 13-6, on March 9. • Posted another stellar relief outing and earned his second victory in a 10-5 win over Western Carolina on March 20, blanking the Catamounts for 6.0 innings while scattering five hits and striking out two. • Threw 2.1 innings of one-hit ball, striking out two in relief against ETSU (April 9). • Earned third win on his first start, allowing four hits and striking out one over 4.0 innings vs. Morehead State on May 14. • Pitched for the Bethesda Big Train in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League this summer, finishing with four saves and 16 strikeouts in 17.1 innings of work.

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• Graduated from JSerra Catholic High School where he was coached by Brett Kay. • Was named a 2012 Rawlings California Region Honorable Mention selection. • Also claimed a spot on the 2012 Under Armour Preseason All-America Team. • Tabbed a 2011 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American. • Earned all-league and all-tournament team honors in both 2011 and 2012. • Went 5-4 with a 2.15 ERA in 64.2 innings pitched during his senior campaign. • Was 7-3 with a 2.02 ERA on the mound as a junior. • Also played shortstop for the Lions.

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• Full name is Trevor Michael Charpie • Born December 30, 1993 • Son of Terry Robinson

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• Earned academic honor roll honors at JSerra Catholic. • Listed as a High Follow in the Perfect Game national rankings. • Is the first player JSerra High School to play baseball in the SEC.

• Has one sibling, Dustin • Majoring in psychology

Season W-L GP-GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K SV WHIP BAA ERA 2013 3-4 21-0 0 0 38.0 50 32 29 3 17 22 2 1.76 .323 6.87 TOTALS 3-4 21-0 0 0 38.0 50 32 29 3 17 22 2 1.76 .323 6.87

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ANDY COX

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HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Saint Benedict at Auburndale High School where he was coached by Steve Hines. • Named to the 2012 Rawlings Southeast Region Team. • Also tabbed a 2011 Underclass Honorable Mention All-American by Perfect Game. • Was selected as SBA’s team captain and top pitcher as a senior in 2012. • Was 5-2 on the mound as a senior en route to earning 2012 All-Metro Team honors from the Memphis Commercial Appeal. • As a junior, went 4-2 with a 2.34 ERA and 44 strikeouts in 46 innings pitched. • Listed as a Top 1000 recruit and the 16th-best prospect in Tennessee by Perfect Game.

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• Tied for a team-high 21 appearances, including six starts,  COX CAREER HIGHS going 2-2 with a 5.29 ERA over 47.2 innings pitched. • Finished his first year at Rocky Top with a .288 batting aver- Innings (Starter)................4.1 vs. Arizona State (2/24/13) Innings (Reliever)............. 3.2 vs. South Carolina (4/5/13) age against and 31 strikeouts. • Picked up the win in his collegiate debut, allowing two Runs Allowed.................. 5 (2x), last at Arkansas (5/11/13) earned runs over four innings as the Vols beat UNLV, 8-3, in ER Allowed....................... 5 (2x), last at Arkansas (5/11/13) a seven-inning game on Feb. 16. Strikeouts............................... 4 vs. Arizona State (2/24/13) • Struck out a season-high four against Arizona State (Feb. 24). Walks..................................................4 at Kentucky (4/12/13) • Posted a scoreless inning of relief in a 12-4 win over Alcorn Hits Allowed...........................................8 vs. UMass (3/2/13) State on March 10. Wild Pitches.................................... 2 at Vanderbilt (3/31/13) • Fired 4.0 shutout innings, allowing just four hits, as UT de- HBP........................................................2 at Arkansas (5/11/13) feated Western Kentucky, 5-4, in extra innings on March 13. • Recorded his first save after going 2.1 innings, giving up no runs or hits while striking out three as the Vols defeated Virginia Tech, 5-4, on Apr. 16. • Posted 1.2 innings of scoreless ball against Florida on April 27, allowing one hit and striking out one. • Allowed just two hits and struck out one in 3.0 innings of scoreless relief against Georgia on May 3. • Followed with a shutout inning in the Vols’ 12-3 win over Arkansas State on May 8. • Pitched for the Saratoga Brigade in the New England Collegiate Baseball League over the summer, finishing with a 1-1 record and 11 strikeouts.

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R/L • 6-2 • 160 Left-Handed Pitcher Arlington, Tenn. Saint Benedict at Auburndale HS

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Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Arizona State 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 1 1 ETSU 5.40 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 2 2 2 2 2 Kentucky 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 MTSU 16.20 0-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 4 3 3 2 0 Missouri 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 Morehead State 4.50 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 2 2 1 1 South Carolina 37.80 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 6 7 7 2 2 UNLV 5.06 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 4 3 3 3 2 Vanderbilt 40.50 0-2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 8 6 6 1 0 Virginia Tech 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 1 0

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 CHARPIE CAREER STATISTICS

PLAYERS PERSONAL

• Full name is Joseph Andrew Cox • Born Oct. 23, 1993 • Son of Jeff and Lisa Cox

• Has one sibling, Aaron • Majoring in sport management

 COX CAREER STATISTICS Season W-L GP-GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K SV WHIP BAA ERA 2013 2-2 21-6 0 0 47.2 53 33 28 6 20 31 1 1.55 .288 5.29 TOTALS 2-2 21-6 0 0 47.2 53 33 28 6 20 31 1 1.55 .288 5.29

COX - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Alabama 67.50 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 3 5 5 1 0 Arizona State 8.31 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.1 6 4 4 1 4 ETSU 6.00 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.0 3 2 2 0 1 Florida 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 1 Georgia 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 2 0 0 0 2 Kentucky 6.75 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 0 1 1 4 1 MTSU 10.12 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 6 3 3 0 2 Missouri 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 Morehead State 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 2 0 3 1 South Carolina 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.2 1 0 0 1 2 UNLV 4.50 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.0 6 3 2 2 2 Vanderbilt 2.70 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 2 3 1 3 2 Virginia Tech 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2.1 0 0 0 0 3

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R/R • 6-5 • 210 Right-Handed Pitcher Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut HS HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Farragut High School in Knoxville where he was coach by Matt Buckner. • Rated as the No. 1 first basemen in the state of Tennessee and the 52nd-best in the country by Perfect Game. • Listed as Perfect Game’s No. 30 overall prospect in Tennessee in the class of 2013. • Earned Rawlings Southeast Region Honorable Mention All-American honors. • Named a Perfect Game 2012 Underclass Honorable Mention All-American. • Compiled a 6-1 record with a 1.67 ERA with 49 strikeouts in 49 innings as a junior. • Missed his senior season due to Tommy John surgery.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Eric Matthew Freeman • Born Oct. 23, 1994 • Son of Roger and Debra Freeman

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• Has two siblings, Justin and Kristen • Major is currently undecided • Lists VFL Peyton manning as his biggest sports influence

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2013 - AT COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO

2012 - AT CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY

• Appeared in 10 games for Monterey Bay, striking out 15 in 24.2 innings of work.

PLAYERS

• Led the College of San Mateo Bulldogs to a 32-12 record, going 7-3 with a 2.24 ERA in 12 appearances, including 10 starts on the mound as a sophomore. • Led the team with 80.1 innings pitched, striking out 55 and walking only 19. • Named first team All-Coast Conference in 2013.

COACHES

R/R • 6-1 • 195 Right-Handed Pitcher San Bruno, Calif. Burlingame HS/Cal State Monterey Bay/College of San Mateo

GENERAL INFO

ZAC GROTZ

HIGH SCHOOL

• Full name is Zachary Dylan Grotz • Born Feb. 17, 1993 • Son of Mike and Kim Grotz

REVIEW

PERSONAL

OPPONENTS

• Graduated from Burlingame High School in Northern California. • Named first team All-San Mateo County and Peninsula Athletic League Pitcher of the Year. • Earned first team all-county and team MVP honors. • Named to the all-time Panthers Roster. • Posted a 7-1 record with a 1.16 ERA as a senior. • Racked up 52 strikeouts and held opposing hitters to a .190 batting average in 54 innings as a senior. • Added first team all-league and all-county honors as a junior and senior in basketball. • Has one sister, Ashley • Majoring in sport management

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 HOUSER CAREER HIGHS

• Appeared in 37 games for the Vols, including 30 starts (27 at catcher, three as the designated hitter). At Bats......................... 5 (2x), last at Vanderbilt (3/29/13) • Hit .191 with four doubles and 11 RBIs as a freshman. • He threw out a team high 26.5 percent of base runners (9- Runs................................ 1 (8x), last at Vanderbilt (3/31/13) Hits........................................... 3 vs. Arizona State (2/23/13) for-34) on the season. • Made his collegiate debut on February 15 at UNLV, going RBI.........................................2 vs. Morehead State (5/14/13) BB..........................................2 vs. Morehead State (5/14/13) 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. • Went 3-for-5 with one RBI in an 11-2 win over No. 20 Arizona SB............................................................................................. N/A 2B............................ 1 (4x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) State on Feb. 23. • Had a three-game hitting streak from March 3-9 in which HR............................................................................................. N/A he hit .273 (3-for-11). Total Bases........... 3 (3x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) • Went 3-for-6 with two RBIs and a run scored in the final Hit Streak........................ 3 games (2x), last (5/12-5/17/13) two games of a three game set at Vanderbilt (March 30-31). • Ended the season riding a three-game hit streak, picking up singles at Arkansas (May 12), vs. Morehead State (May 14) and vs. Texas A&M (May 17). • Posted a season high two RBIs and two walks in the game against Morehead State. • Played for the Columbia Blowfish in the Coastal Plain League over the summer, finishing with 13 hits and six RBIs.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from AC Flora High School where he was coached by Andy Hallett. • Led the Falcons to the South Carolina Class AAA state championship as a senior. • Named the High School Sports Report AAA Player of the Year and South Carolina Coaches Association All-State. UTSPORTS.COM >>> @VOL_BASEBALL ON TWITTER

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R/R • 6-2 • 220 Catcher Columbia, S.C. AC Flora HS

RECORDS & HONORS

DAVID HOUSER

PLAYERS • As a senior, hit .397 with 12 home runs and 42 RBIs. • Ranked as the sixth-best player in the Palmetto State and received a 9.5 grade from Perfect Game. • In other PG rankings, he came in at 321 nationally, 35th among all catchers. • Also was named a 2010 Perfect Game Third-Team Underclass All-American. • Moved up to the first-team All-American list in 2011. • Claimed 2012 Rawlings All-Atlantic Region first-team accolades. • At the 2010 Junior National Showcase at Tropicana Field in Tampa, Fla., he set the Perfect Game all-time record with a recorded pop time of 1.75. • Hit .295 with eight home runs, 32 RBIs and a .512 on-base percentage that season.

PERSONAL

• Full name is David Elliott Houser • Born April 5, 1994

• Son of Chip and Lynne Houser • Majoring in logistics

 HOUSER CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 37-30 115 8 22 4 0 0 11 .279 .226 .505 .191 TOTALS 37-30 115 8 22 4 0 0 11 .279 .226 .505 .191

HOUSER - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .000 1-1 Arizona State .300 3-3 ETSU .000 2-2 Florida .000 2-1 Georgia .333 1-0 Kentucky .143 2-2 Missouri .333 1-1 Morehead State .500 1-1 South Carolina .250 2-2 UNLV .231 4-3 Vanderbilt .273 3-3 Virginia Tech .250 1-1

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 10 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 .300 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .143 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 .667 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 .500 2 0 8 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 .375 1 0 13 1 3 1 0 0 1 4 .308 1 2 11 1 3 0 0 0 2 3 .273 2 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 0 0

SO GDP 2 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 4 0 1 0

OB% SB .000 0 .364 0 .125 0 .000 0 .333 0 .143 0 .333 0 .750 0 .333 0 .375 0 .385 0 .250 0

VINCENT JACKSON SOPHOMORE

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L/L • 6-5 • 205 Outfielder McDonough, Ga. Luella HS 2013 - FRESHMAN

 JACKSON CAREER HIGHS • Earned 2013 SEC All-Freshman Team honors. • Appeared in 43 games, starting 31 games in the outfield and seven games as the designated hitter. At Bats............................ 5 (9x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) • Finished his freshman season hitting .290 with two home Runs......................................2 (2x), last vs. MTSU (4/30/13) runs and 24 RBIs. Hits......................................................4 vs. Missouri (3/23/13) • Led the Vols in doubles (8) and slugging percentage (.484) RBI............................................ 3 vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) during SEC play. BB.......................................1 (6x), last at Arkansas (5/12/13) • Made his debut at the plate as a pinch hitter at UNLV on Feb. 15. • Made his collegiate debut on the mound in Las Vegas as SB......................................................2 at Vanderbilt (3/31/13) well, suffering a loss after allowing one run on a hit and two 2B........................................................2 at Kentucky (4/13/13) HR.......................................1 (2x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) walks on Feb. 17. • Recorded his first collegiate hit with a single against No. 20 Total Bases.......................................7 vs. Missouri (3/23/13) Arizona State on Feb. 22. Hit Streak.......................................... 9 games (4/23-5/11/13) • Had a four-game hitting streak from February 26-March 9 in which he hit .438 (7-for-16) with a double and four RBIs. • Recorded his first SEC hit, going 2-for-3 at Alabama on March 17. • Hit first collegiate home run against Missouri on March 23, going 4-for-4 with two RBIs in the contest. • Went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and a double at Vanderbilt on March 31. • Posted three RBIs on a 2-for-5 effort with a triple and a run scored at South Carolina on April 6. • Launched his second long ball against Arkansas on May 10. • Had a season-best nine-game hitting streak from April 23-May 11, hitting .351 (13-for-37) with six RBIs, three doubles, one home run and one triple. • Played for the St. Cloud Rox in the Northwoods League over the summer, posting 26 hits, three home runs and 16 RBIs. 30

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• Has one sibling, Jordan • Majoring in criminal justice

PLAYERS

• Full name is Vincent Keith Jackson • Born February 4, 1994 • Son of Vincent and Francean Jackson

COACHES

PERSONAL

GENERAL INFO

• Graduated from Luella High School where he was coached by Andy Cooper. • Selected by the New York Yankees in the 23rd round (727 overall) of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft. • Ranked as the 78th-best prospect in the 2012 class by Baseball America. • Tabbed as the 36th-best outfielder in the 2012 MLB draft by BaseballDraftReport.com. • Listed as the 101st-best prospect in the nation and eighth-best player in Georgia by Perfect Game. • Also earned a 10.0 rating from PG. • Named a 2012 Rawlings Second Team All-American and to the 2012 Rawlings All-Southeast Region Team. • Earned 2011 Perfect Game Underclass First Team All-American accolades. • Named to the 2011 New Balance All-Area Code Games Team. • Hit .360 with five home runs, 33 RBIs and only struck out once during his senior campaign. • Also went 4-1 with 55 strikeouts and a 2.38 ERA in 35.1 innings on the mound. • Led Luella to the Class AAAAA quarterfinals in 2010 and 2011 and the second round of the state tournament in 2012. • As a junior, he hit .424 with 25 RBIs and was 6-4 on the mound with an average of 10.38 strikeouts per nine innings.

 JACKSON CAREER STATISTICS H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 45 9 3 2 24 .317 .426 .743 .290 45 9 3 2 24 .317 .426 .743 .290

OB% SB .250 0 .333 0 .500 0 .385 0 .400 0 .357 0 .444 1 .500 0 .250 0 .000 0 .364 2 .250 0

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SO GDP 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 2 0

RECORDS & HONORS

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .250 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 0 0 8 1 4 1 0 0 2 5 .625 0 0 13 0 5 1 0 0 0 6 .462 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 .500 1 0 13 1 4 2 0 0 2 6 .462 1 0 7 2 3 0 1 0 1 5 .714 1 0 8 2 4 0 0 1 2 7 .875 0 0 12 2 3 1 1 0 4 6 .500 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 11 3 4 1 0 0 0 5 .455 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 0 0

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JACKSON - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .250 3-2 Arizona State .333 2-1 ETSU .500 2-2 Florida .385 3-3 Georgia .250 1-1 Kentucky .308 3-3 MTSU .429 2-2 Missouri .500 2-2 South Carolina .250 3-3 UNLV .000 4-2 Vanderbilt .364 3-2 Virginia Tech .250 1-1

OPPONENTS

Season GP-GS AB R 2013 43-38 155 17 TOTALS 43-38 155 17

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DEREK LANCE

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R/R • 5-10 • 175 Infielder/Outfielder Knoxville, Tenn. Bearden HS 2013 - FRESHMAN

• Appeared in 15 games, including 11 starts in the outfield. • Hit .143 on the year with two doubles, two RBIs and seven runs scored. • Made his collegiate debut as a pinch hitter at UNLV on Feb. 15, drawing a walk. • His first hit as a Vol, a double, came at Florida on April 28. • That sparked a five-game hit streak from April 28-May 10, where he compiled six runs, five hits, two RBIs, two doubles and two walks. • Played for the Cincinnati Steam in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League with teammate Eric Martin, finishing with 14 hits and 11 RBIs in 20 games.

 LANCE CAREER HIGHS At Bats..............................4 (5x), last at Arkansas (5/11/13) Runs.........................................2 vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) Hits.....................................1 (5x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) RBI........................................ 1 (2x), last vs. Georgia (5/8/13) BB.......................................1 (6x), last at Arkansas (5/12/13) SB............................................................................................. N/A 2B......................................... 1 (2x), last vs. Georgia (5/8/13) HR............................................................................................. N/A Total Bases....................... 2 (2x), last vs. Georgia (5/8/13) Hit Streak.........................................5 games (4/28-5/10/13)

HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Bearden High School in Knoxville where he was coached by Jack Tate. • Earned all-state, all-district and team MVP honors as a senior. • Led the Bulldogs to the 2012 Class AAA state championship game. • Also named to the 2012 Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra First Team. • Claimed 2012 Rawlings Southeast Region Honorable Mention accolades. • Hit .466 with 61 runs scored, eight home runs and 37 RBIs as a senior. • Only struck out seven times in 171 at-bats in 2012 and posted a blistering .533 batting average during postseason play. • As a junior, he hit .366 with five home runs, 34 RBIs and 15 stolen bases while leading Bearden to the district tournament. • Guided the Bulldogs to the regional tournament as a sophomore, hitting .348 with 25 RBIs and 11 stolen bases. • Listed as one of the Top 1000 players in the nation and 23rd-best in Tennessee by Perfect Game.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Derek Alan Lance • Born December 2, 1993 • Son of David and Abby Lance • Majoring in kinesiology

 LANCE CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 15-11 35 7 5 2 0 0 2 .268 .200 .468 .143 TOTALS 15-11 35 7 5 2 0 0 2 .268 .200 .468 .143

LANCE - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

Opponent Avg GP-GS Arizona State .000 2-2 ETSU .000 1-0 Florida .143 2-2 Georgia .333 1-1 Kentucky .000 1-1 MTSU .250 1-1 South Carolina .000 1-0 UNLV .000 1-0

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R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 .286 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 .667 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

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BB HBP 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

SO GDP 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

OB% SB .000 0 .000 0 .250 0 .500 0 .333 0 .250 0 .000 0 1.000 0

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• Has two siblings, Amy and Sarah • Undecided on his major

 LEE CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS AB R 2013 25-18 75 11 TOTALS 25-18 75 11

H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 14 3 0 1 9 .274 .267 .541 .187 14 3 0 1 9 .274 .267 .541 .187

LEE - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .000 1-1 Arizona State .111 2-2 ETSU .000 1-0 Florida .000 1-0 MTSU .000 1-1 Missouri .167 2-2 South Carolina .000 1-0 UNLV .143 4-3 Vanderbilt .000 1-0 Virginia Tech .250 1-1

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .111 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 .143 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .250

BB HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

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• Full name is Andrew Karl Lee • Born December 2, 1993 • Son of Larry and Kathy Lee

RECORDS & HONORS

PERSONAL

REVIEW

• Graduated from Morristown West High School where he was coached by Chuck Stansberry. • A three-sport star for the Trojans, he was also the school’s starting quarterback and punter and played forward on the basketball team. • Had a 0.28 ERA and 90 strikeouts in just 50 innings as a senior before suffering an injury that required Tommy John surgery in the summer of 2012. • Led Morristown West to the Region 2-AAA semifinals as a junior. • Was 6-2 with four saves and a 2.38 ERA while striking out 75 and walking just 15 in 56.0 innings that season. • Also hit .421 with six home runs and 42 RBIs. • Played for Team Tennessee during the summer of 2011, helping the squad go 10-0 and win the Junior Sunbelt Classic in Oklahoma. • Was a Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra First Team selection in 2012 and a second-team member in 2011. • Also claimed 2011 TBCA All-Region honors and a spot on the 2011 Tennessee Baseball Report All-Two Way Team. • Tabbed to the 2011 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American squad. • Earned 2012 Rawlings All-Southeast Region Honorable Mention honors. • Ranked as one of the top 500 prep prospects in the nation and 10th-best player in Tennessee by Perfect Game. • Was a 2012 Wendy’s High School Heisman state finalist and all-state selection as a quarterback. • Claimed all-conference honors in basketball. • Sported a weighted GPA of 4.41, earning AP Scholar with Distinction honors.

OPPONENTS

HIGH SCHOOL

PLAYERS

• Wrapped up freshman campaign hitting .187 with three  LEE CAREER HIGHS doubles, one home run and nine RBIs. • Made his collegiate debut on Feb. 15 at UNLV, becoming At Bats.................... 5 (4x), last vs. Alcorn State (3/10/13) the first freshman to hit in the cleanup spot for the Vols on Runs..........................2 (2x), last vs. Alcorn State (3/10/13) Opening Day since 1990. Hits................................................4 vs. Alcorn State (3/9/13) • Recorded his first collegiate hit with a single against the RBI.................................................5 vs. Alcorn State (3/9/13) Rebels on Feb. 16. • Had a four-game hitting streak from March 3-10 in which he BB................................................... 2 vs. Notre Dame (3/1/13) SB................................ 1 (2x), last vs. Alcorn State (3/8/13) hit .444 (8-for-18) with three doubles and eight RBIs. • Broke out with a 4-for-5, five-RBI performance against 2B..................................................2 vs. Alcorn State (3/9/13) Alcorn State on March 9, recording two doubles and scor- HR........................................................1 vs. Ole Miss (4/20/13) ing two runs in a 13-6 win. Total Bases.................................6 vs. Alcorn State (3/9/13) • Followed that up with a two-hit, two-RBI effort in a 12-4 Hit Streak........................................... 4 games (3/3-3/10/13) victory the following day against the Braves. • Hit his first homerun for the Vols against Ole Miss on Apr. 20. • Played for the San Luis Obispo Blues in the California Collegiate League with teammates Will Maddox and Drake Owenby over the summer. • Finished the summer with a .240 batting average, 31 hits, 21 RBIs, six doubles and two triples over 43 games.

COACHES

L/R • 6-5 • 220 Right-Handed Pitcher/First Baseman Morristown, Tenn. Morristown West HS

GENERAL INFO

ANDREW LEE

SO GDP 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

OB% SB .000 0 .111 0 .000 0 .000 0 .333 0 .375 0 .000 0 .200 0 .000 0 .250 0

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PETER LENSTROHM

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R/R • 6-2 • 180 Right-Handed Pitcher Paradise Valley, Ariz. Chapparral HS/Yavapai College 2012-13 - AT YAVAPAI COLLEGE

• Played the past two seasons for Yavapai College in Prescott, Ariz. • Named a Perfect Game Top 200 Junior College Prospect. • Led the Roughriders to the playoffs both seasons. • Fired a team-high 79.1 innings, posting a 5-2 record and a 2.72 ERA with 61 strikeouts in 13 appearances in 2013. • Went 8-1 with a 3.70 ERA, finishing second on the squad with 90.0 innings over 19 appearances as a freshman. • Struck out 55 and walked just 28 as a rookie. • Pitched for the Laconia Muskrats in the New England Collegiate Baseball League over the summer, finishing with a 3.57 ERA and 25 strikeouts over 22.2 innings pitched.

HIGH SCHOOL

• A 2011 graduate of Chaparral High School, he was named the Firebirds’ Pitcher of the Year. • Tallied a 1.17 ERA with 68 strikeouts in 55 innings as a senior. • Earned first team all-region and second-team all-state honors as a senior. • Led the Firebirds to a 24-9 record and an Arizona State Championship in 2011.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Peter George Lenstrohm • Born Dec. 28, 1992 • Son of Peter and Rhea Lenstrohm

• Has two sisters, Alicia and Jessica • Major is currently undecided

WILL MADDOX

JUNIOR 1 1 L/R • 5-11 • 180 Infielder Gainesville, Ga. Gainesville HS 2013 - SOPHOMORE

• Played in 51 of 52 games for the Vols, starting 46 at third  MADDOX CAREER HIGHS base, four in left field and one in center field. • Never moving out of the top three spots in the order, he hit At Bats........................6 (5x), last vs. Notre Dame (3/1/13) .333 on the year with a team high in at-bats (207), hits (69), Runs....................................................3 at Kentucky (4/13/13) runs scored (42), hit by pitch (12), stolen bases (22) and Hits.................................. 3 (12x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) RBI.............................. 4 (2x), last vs. Alcorn State (3/8/13) stolen base attempts (27). • Led UT with 23 multi-hit games, including a team-high BB........................................................3 vs. Missouri (3/22/13) SB.................................3 (2x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/17/13) seven three-hit efforts. • Second on the team in total bases (81), triples (2), batting 2B........................................................... 2 at Florida (4/26/13) HR.................................... 1 (2x), last vs. Vanderbilt (5/5/12) average (.333), walks (21) and on-base percentage (.425). • Opened the season with a hit in all four games at UNLV, go- Total Bases.....................................6 vs. Alabama (3/30/12) Hit Streak........................................ 12 games (2/23-3/15/13) ing 7-for-21 (.333) with four runs scored in the series. • Posted a career long 12-game hitting streak from Feb. 23 March 15 in which he hit .438 (21-for-48) with 12 RBIs, 11 runs scored, three doubles and eight stolen bases. • Included in that streak was a run of seven consecutive multi-hit games from Feb. 23-March 8 in which he hit 16-for-28 (.571) with 11 RBIs. • Tied his career high with four RBIs in a 16-0 victory against Alcorn State on March 8. • Stole three bases in a 5-4 win over Western Kentucky on March 13. • Went 7-for-14 in a three-game set at SEC rival Vanderbilt from March 29-31. • Posted three-hit efforts at UNLV on Feb. 16, against ETSU on Feb. 26, vs. Virginia Tech on March 3, at Vanderbilt on March 29 and March 31, at Florida on April 26 and at Arkansas on May 10. • Posted a 3-for-5 effort with a stolen base in the Vols’ 8-3 win at No. 14 Arkansas on May 10. • Played for the San Luis Obispo Blues in the California Collegiate League with teammates Andrew Lee and Drake Owenby over the summer, hitting .282 with 20 hits, 12 walks and a .393 on-base percentage in 20 games. • Also played in four games for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the historic Cape Cod League.

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• Full name is William Paul Maddox • Born June 11,1992, in Gainesville, Ga. • Son of Andy and Christina Maddox • Has two siblings, Jake and Luke • Enjoys playing basketball • Models his game after Derek Jeter • Majoring in sociology

RECORDS & HONORS

 MADDOX CAREER STATISTICS GP-GS AB R 55-54 212 33 51-51 207 42 106-105 419 75

H 63 69 132

2B 8 8 16

3B 1 2 3

HR 2 0 2

RBI 19 20 39

OBP SLG OPS Avg. .374 .373 .747 .297 .425 .391 .816 .333 .400 .382 .782 .315

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .304 6-6 Arizona State .364 3-3 Auburn .333 3-3 Austin Peay .333 1-1 ETSU .526 4-4 Florida .333 6-6 Georgia .278 4-4 Kentucky .300 6-6 MTSU .353 4-4 Mississippi State .154 3-3 Missouri .182 3-3 Morehead State .000 1-1 South Carolina .250 6-6 Tennessee Tech .750 1-1 UNLV .333 4-4 Vanderbilt .400 6-6 Virginia Tech .750 1-1

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 23 3 7 0 0 1 4 10 .435 1 0 11 3 4 1 0 0 2 5 .455 1 1 12 2 4 2 0 0 2 6 .500 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 .667 1 0 19 3 10 1 0 0 2 11 .579 1 0 24 2 8 3 0 0 3 11 .458 2 2 18 3 5 0 0 0 1 5 .278 0 1 20 7 6 1 0 0 3 7 .350 0 3 17 4 6 0 0 0 1 6 .353 1 0 13 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .154 1 1 11 2 2 0 1 0 1 4 .364 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 24 4 6 2 1 0 1 10 .417 1 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 .750 1 0 21 4 7 0 0 0 2 7 .333 0 0 25 7 10 0 0 1 2 13 .520 4 2 4 0 3 1 0 0 2 4 1.000 0 0

SO GDP 4 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 4 1 1 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0

OB% SB .333 1 .462 1 .385 1 .500 0 .550 1 .429 2 .316 1 .391 0 .389 3 .267 0 .357 2 .000 0 .333 1 .800 0 .333 1 .516 5 .750 0

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PLAYERS

• Graduated from Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Ga., where he was coached by Jeremy Kemp. • Was named to the 2011 Gainesville Times All-Area first team, All-Region 7-AAA (2009-2011), 2010 Gainesville Times CoPlayer of the Year and the 2010 Gainesville High MVP. • In his senior season, helped lead the Red Elephants to a 24-7 record, recording 52 RBIs and 10 home runs. • As a junior in 2010, the Red Elephants went 28-5 to take home the 2010 Region 7-AAA Championship as he hit .487 with 52 RBIs and 10 home runs. • A two-sport athlete, he won a basketball Region 7-AAA Championship as a sophomore. • Attended the same high school as 2011 Freshman All-American and Vol linebacker A.J. Johnson.

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GENERAL INFO

• Earned 2012 SEC All-Freshman Team honors after becoming just the third freshman since 1980 to lead Tennessee in batting average (Chris Burke 1999, Kentrail Davis 2008). • Played in all 55 games, starting 54 of them at second base. • Hit .297 for the year with team highs in hits (63), runs scored (32), total bases (79), stolen bases (14), at-bats (212) and on-base percentage (.374). • Was the team’s leadoff hitter the final 42 games of the year. • Hit .324 (48-for-148) off of right-handed pitchers and .340 (17-for-50) with runners in scoring position. • Also hit .305 (18-for-59) with two outs and led the team with 11 two-out RBIs. • Led the Vols with 15 multi-hit games, including a team-high five three-hit efforts. • Had an eight-game hitting streak from March 2-13, in which he hit .480 (12-for-25). • Had another eight-game hitting streak from April 24-May 9, in which he hit .345 (10-for-29). • Hit his first collegiate home run against Alabama on March 30, going 3-for-4 with four RBIs in the contest. • Launched his second longball against Vanderbilt on May 5. • Played for the San Luis Obispo Blue of the California Collegiate League during the summer of 2012. • Helped the Blues win the CCL championship, hitting .269 with five doubles, two triples, 16 RBIs and 22 stolen bases, good for the second-most in the league.

PLAYERS

NATHANIEL MAGGIO FRESHMAN 7 15

L/R • 6-4 • 220 First Baseman Alpharetta, Ga. Blessed Trinity Catholic HIGH SCHOOL

• Drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 32nd round (957th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft. • Graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic in Roswell, Ga., where he was coached by Andy Harlin. • Rated as the second-best first basemen and 15th overall prospect in the state of Georgia by Perfect Game. • Ranked as the 11th-best first basemen in the nation and 280th overall prospect in the class of 2013. • One of the premier left-handed bats in the nation also rated No. 24 in the country on the 2013 Rawlings Top Prospects List and was a member of the 2011 and 2012 Perfect Game Underclass All-America Teams. • Named Rawlings Preseason Southeast Region honorable mention. • A four-year starter for the Titans, Maggio hit .390 with 35 RBIs, nine home runs and five stolen bases as a senior. • Belted three homers in the Class AAA Semifinals against North Hall his senior season. • A member of the East Cobb Braves 17U team, he helped the squad claim the 18U Perfect Game BCS Final title and finish second at the inaugural 17U Perfect Game World Series in 2012.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Nathaniel Paul Maggio • Born Jan. 31, 1995 • Son of Paul and Robbie Maggio • Majoring in sport management

BRET MARKS JUNIOR

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R/R • 6-3 • 190 Right-Handed Pitcher Roswell, Ga. Blessed Trinity Catholic/Wallace State CC 2012-13 - AT WALLACE STATE CC

• Drafted by the New York Yankees in the 22nd round (697th overall) of the 2012 MLB First Year Player Draft. • Played the past two seasons at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Ala. • Listed as a Perfect Game Top 100 Junior College prospect. • Named ACCC North Player of the Year and an ACCC/Region 22 First Team selection in 2013. • Named the 2012 ACCC Pitcher of the Year after recording an 11-5 record, seven saves and a 1.74 ERA as a freshman. • Posted an 8-4 record with an ERA under 2.00 as a sophomore. • Tossed five complete games, recorded 90 strikeouts and had only 19 walks in 79 innings of work in 2012, leading the ACCC in wins, saves, ERA and strikeouts. • Ranked second nationally as opposing hitters hit just .165 off of him. • Among the top five in NJCAAA Division I pitchers in strikeouts, hits allowed per nine innings and wins.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Prepped at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School in Roswell, Ga. • Named Rawlings Southeast Region Honorable Mention All-American in 2011. • Listed as a Perfect Game 2010 Underclass All-American Honorable Mention. • Holds school records in career strikeouts. • Helped the team to a 24-10 record and the Class-AA quarterfinals as a senior. • Went 7-3 with a 2.90 ERA, striking out 67 in 58 innings his senior year. • As a junior, was 9-1 with a 2.56 ERA and took the Titans to the Class-AA semifinals.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Bret Terrance Marks • Has two sisters, Courtney, who played soccer at Boston • Born May 22, 1992 College, and Ashley, who played soccer at Auburn • Son of Terry, who played baseball at Southern Cal, and • Major is currently undecided Cecile Marks, who ran track at USC

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R/R • 6-2 • 190 Right-Handed Pitcher Cincinnati, Ohio Turpin HS 2013 - SOPHOMORE  MARTIN CAREER HIGHS • Made a team high 22 appearances out of the bullpen as

• Full name is William Eric Martin • Born September 9, 1992, in Cincinnati, Ohio • Son of Kent and Linda Martin • Has one sibling, Ryan, who pitched at Michigan State • Son of former Vol swimmer, Kent Martin, who was a five-time SEC Champion and was a member of the 1978 national championship swim team • Majoring in business

 MARTIN CAREER STATISTICS BAA ERA .414 8.10 .228 3.49 .280 4.67

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PERSONAL

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• Graduated from Turpin High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was coached by Rob Lubanski. • Was named a 2011 Pre-Season Under Armour All-American, 2011 Rawlings All American and Central Region All-HIgh School Senior Honorable Mention, 2010 FAVC Baseball Co-Player of the Year, 2010 Cincinnati Enquirer Honorable Mention (2009-2010) and 2009 FAVC Baseball first team. • Helped the Spartans to a 17-11 record as a senior in 2011, hitting .293 with 14 RBIs and posting 3-2 record with a 3.13 ERA and 14 strikeouts in 22.1 innings on the mound. • In his junior campaign, the Spartans went 22-4 and won the 2010 FAVC League Championship as he went 5-1 with a 1.07 ERA and 53 strikeouts in 46 innings. • He also hit .417 with 44 RBIs and seven home runs. • A three-sport athlete, he played football and basketball. • As quarterback, he led the Spartans to an 11-1 record and a 2009 FAVC League football Championship. • Was named 2009 FAVC Football All-League and 2009 Southwest Ohio second team. • On the hardwood, he averaged 16 points and 3.4 assists his senior year earning 2010 FAVC basketball first team honors.

RECORDS & HONORS

HIGH SCHOOL

REVIEW

• Made nine appearances out of the bullpen as a freshman, posting an 8.10 ERA in 13.1 innings of work. • His collegiate debut came against Rice in the Houston College Classic at MinuteMaid Park on March 4. • Recorded the second-longest relief outing by a Vol in 2012, going 4.2 innings out of the bullpen at Auburn on April 28. • Pitched for the Bethesda Big Train in the Cal Ripken League during the summer of 2012.

OPPONENTS

2012 - FRESHMAN

PLAYERS

a sophomore, posting a 3.49 ERA in 38.2 innings pitched. • His 3.49 ERA tied for the team lead with senior Zack Godley. Innings (Starter)...................................................................N/A • Opposing batters struggled against him as he was second Innings (Reliever)............................4.2 at Auburn (4/28/12) Runs Allowed.......................................5 at Auburn (4/28/12) on the pitching staff with a .228 batting average against. • Pitched 2.0 innings of scoreless relief in the second game of ER Allowed............................................5 at Auburn (4/28/12) Strikeouts...................4 (2x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/18/13) a doubleheader at UNLV on Feb. 16. • Added two more shutout frames in an 11-2 win over No. 20 Walks................................................... 3 at Alabama (3/15/13) Hits Allowed.........................................8 at Auburn (4/28/12) Arizona State on Feb. 23, striking out two batters. • Recorded three consecutive scoreless appearances against Wild Pitches............................................2 vs. ETSU (2/26/13) HBP.......................... 1 (2x), last vs. South Carolina (4/5/13) Alcorn State and Western Kentucky from March 9-13. • Fired four strong innings out of the bullpen against the Crimson Tide two days later, yielding two runs on six hits while striking out two. • Pitched three straight scoreless outings (6.2 inn.) against Florida (April 26), MTSU (April 30) and Arkansas State (May 8) • Earned first collegiate win against Texas A&M on May 18 when he fired four shutout innings of relief in a 7-5 UT victory. • Played for the Cincinnati Steam in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League with teammate Derek Lance. • Posted a 4-0 record with a 1.64 ERA, 36 strikeouts and one complete game over a team-high 49.1 innings for the Steam.

Season W-L GP-GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K SV WHIP 2012 0-0 9-0 0 0 13.1 24 13 12 3 5 4 0 2.21 2013 1-0 22-0 0 0 38.2 34 19 15 2 18 24 0 1.36 TOTALS 1-0 31-0 0 0 52.0 58 32 27 5 23 28 0 1.56

GENERAL INFO

ERIC MARTIN

PLAYERS

MARTIN - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Alabama 4.50 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6.0 9 6 3 5 2 Arizona State 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 Auburn 9.64 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 8 5 5 2 2 Austin Peay 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 ETSU 13.50 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 3 3 3 1 1 Florida 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 2 0 Georgia 13.50 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 4 2 2 0 0 Kentucky 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 1 0 1 2 MTSU 1.93 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 3 2 1 2 4 Missouri 40.50 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 3 3 3 1 0 Morehead State 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 1 1 South Carolina 54.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 2 2 2 2 1 UNLV 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 Vanderbilt 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 Virginia Tech 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0

HUNTER MARTIN

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R/R • 6-1 • 195 Right-Handed Pitcher Murfreesboro, Tenn. Blackman HS HIGH SCHOOL

• Four-year letterwinner at Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn. • Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 6 overall product in the state of Tennessee and the 161st-best nationally. • Tabbed the 46th-best right-handed pitcher in the country by Perfect Game. • Earned Rawlings Southeast Regional First Team All-America honors as a senior. • Perfect Game Underclass All-American Honorable Mention as a junior. • The Blaze’s ace had a 1.54 ERA with 60 strikeouts in 68 innings pitched as a senior. • Went 17-4 with 165 strikeouts in his first three years at Blackman. • Lowered his ERA to a 1.31 as a junior and was named all-district and all-Mid State. • Third Blackman player to sign with a SEC team over the last two years following Mississippi State’s Ross Mitchell and Zander Wiel of Vanderbilt.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Hunter Douglas Martin • Born Dec. 14, 1994 • Son of Keith and Lisa Martin

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 MOBERG CAREER HIGHS

VOLMANAC

• Full name is Jeff Paul Moberg • Born July 18, 1994 • Son of Ron and Lynda Moberg

RECORDS & HONORS

PERSONAL

• Has two siblings, Jack and Jake • Majoring in criminal justice

Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 36-25 99 12 24 2 0 0 10 .359 .263 .622 .242 TOTALS 36-25 99 12 24 2 0 0 10 .359 .263 .622 .242

MOBERG - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS AB 6 5 6 2 2 4 6 3 8 6 12 3

R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 .167 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 .333 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 .125 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .083 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333

BB HBP 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1

SO GDP 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 1 0

OB% SB .286 0 .200 0 .375 0 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .500 1 .500 1 .300 0 .286 0 .214 1 .600 1

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 MOBERG CAREER STATISTICS

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .167 2-2 Arizona State .200 2-1 ETSU .167 2-2 Georgia .500 1-0 Kentucky .000 2-0 MTSU .000 1-1 Missouri .333 2-2 Morehead State .333 1-1 South Carolina .125 3-2 UNLV .167 2-2 Vanderbilt .083 3-3 Virginia Tech .333 1-1

REVIEW

• Graduated from Vista Murrieta High School where he was coached by Kurt Ruth. • Claimed 2012 Louisville Slugger High School Honorable Mention All-American accolades. • Earned 2012 All-Southwestern League first team and All-CIF second team honors. • Named the 2010 and 2011 All-Southwestern League MVP. • Tabbed to the All-CIF and All-Valley first teams in 2010 and 2011. • Despite missing a number of games due to injury as a senior, still hit .346 with 18 runs scored. • Contributed on the mound, going 4-1 with four saves and a 0.48 ERA. • Hit .483 with two home runs, 13 doubles, 21 RBIs and 12 stolen bases as a junior in 2011. • Had a 19-game hitting streak to open his junior campaign. • Also went 1-1 with two saves and a 3.23 ERA on the mound.

OPPONENTS

HIGH SCHOOL

PLAYERS

• Appeared in 36 games, including 25 starts (16 at second base, five in left field, and four as the designated hitter). • Made one appearance in relief on April 13 at Kentucky, go- At Bats......................... 5 (2x), last at Vanderbilt (3/29/13) Runs............................ 1 (12x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/18/13) ing 0.1 innings and picking up his first collegiate save. • Finished his freshman season hitting .242 with two doubles, Hits.................................2 (2x), last vs. Longwood (4/2/13) 10 RBIs and a team-high 12 sacrifice bunts. RBI..........................2 (2x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) • Started at second base in his collegiate debut at UNLV on BB............................................................. 2 vs. ETSU (2/26/13) Feb. 16, going 1-for-4 with a single. SB........................1 (4x), last vs. Morehead State (5/14/13) • Recorded his first collegiate RBI with a run-scoring single in 2B........................... 1 (2x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) an 11-2 win over No. 20 Arizona State on Feb. 23. HR............................................................................................. N/A • Drove in another run and had two walks in a 9-7 triumph Total Bases...........2 (4x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) over ETSU on Feb. 26. Hit Streak......................................... 6 games (2/26-3/13/13) • Tallied the first multi-hit game of his career with a 2-for-4 effort in a 5-4 win over Western Kentucky on March 13. • Had a season-long six-game hit streak from Feb. 26-March 13, hitting .467 (7-for-15) with two RBIs. • Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and a RBI against Longwood on April 2. • Was 1-for-1 with a two-RBI double in a 12-3 Tennessee win over Arkansas State on May 8. • Played for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots in the Alaskan Baseball League over the summer. • Ranked tied for second on the team with a .278 batting average to go with 15 hits and four RBIs over 17 games.

COACHES

R/R • 5-9 • 155 Infielder Murrieta, Calif. Vista Murrieta HS

GENERAL INFO

JEFF MOBERG

PLAYERS

DRAKE OWENBY

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L/L • 6-3 • 210 Left-Handed Pitcher Powell, Tenn. Powell HS 2013 - FRESHMAN

 OWENBY CAREER HIGHS

• Made 16 appearances, including one start, going 2-1 with two saves and a 5.60 ERA over 27.1 innings of work. • Opposing hitters found him difficult to hit, as he led the Innings (Starter)................... 3.0 vs. Alcorn State (3/9/13) Innings (Reliever).............4.0 vs. Arizona State (2/23/13) team with a .204 batting average against. • Had a streak of four straight appearances from March 9-16 in Runs Allowed............. 3 (5x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/17/13) ER Allowed.................. 3 (5x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/17/13) which he did not allow a hit. • Made his collegiate debut in Las Vegas, firing 3.0 innings out Strikeouts.......................................4 at Vanderbilt (3/29/13) Walks.............................5 (2x), last at Vanderbilt (3/29/13) of the bullpen against UNLV on Feb. 16. • Hurled 4.0 innings of scoreless relief in UT’s 11-2 win over No. Hits Allowed................... 5 (2x), last at Arkansas (5/12/13) 20 Arizona State on Feb. 23, striking out two and allowing Wild Pitches............................................................................N/A just two hits. HBP............................................................................................N/A • Struck out the only batter he faced against No. 22 Notre Dame on Feb. 23. • Made his first collegiate start against Alcorn State on March 12, throwing 3.0 hitless innings. • Recorded his first save in a 7-6 win at Alabama on March 16, coming out of the bullpen to get the final four outs of the game. • Struck out the side in the ninth inning of a 10-5 win over Western Carolina on March 20. • Threw 3.1 innings of scoreless relief at No. 3 Vanderbilt, striking out a season-high four and allowing just one hit on May 29. • Tossed 1.0 inning of no-hit ball and struck out one in a 12-3 Vols’ win over Arkansas State on May 8. • Pitched another no-hit inning in a 6-4 win over Morehead State on May 14. • Starred for the San Luis Obispo Blues in the California Collegiate League over the summer. • Finished with a league-leading eight saves, a 1.01 ERA that ranked second in the CCL and 50 strikeouts over 27.1 innings. • Named a Perfect Game Summer All-American.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Powell High School where he was coached by Jeff Inman. • Named a 2012 Rawlings Southeast Region Honorable Mention. • Was a 2011 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American. • Tabbed to the Knoxville News Sentinel’s PrepXtra First Team in 2011 and 2012. • Honored as the District 3-AAA Pitcher of the Year as a junior. • Was 7-2 with a miniscule 0.60 ERA, 97 strikeouts and just seven walks in 58 innings during his senior campaign. • Went 7-3 with a 1.71 ERA and a 91:18 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 63 innings of work as a junior. • Listed as a Top 1000 prospect in the nation and 12th-best player in Tennessee by Perfect Game. • Also played tight end, linebacker and defensive end for the Powell football team that went 11-1 in 2010 and 12-2 in 2012. • Caught 19 passes for 254 yards and six TDs and made 30 tackles in his three years on the Panthers’ varsity squad.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Drake Austin Owenby • Born January 7, 1994 • Son of Tony and Kristie Owenby

• Has one sibling, Hagen • Undecided on his major

 OWENBY CAREER STATISTICS Season W-L GP-GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K SV WHIP BAA ERA 2013 2-1 16-1 0 0 27.1 20 17 17 2 22 20 2 1.55 .204 5.60 TOTALS 2-1 16-1 0 0 27.1 20 17 17 2 22 20 2 1.55 .204 5.60

OWENBY - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Alabama 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.1 0 0 0 0 1 Arizona State 0.00 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 4 2 MTSU 9.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 1 1 1 1 Missouri 9.00 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 1 1 0 0 Morehead State 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 9.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 5 3 3 1 2 Vanderbilt 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 1 0 0 5 4 Virginia Tech 16.20 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 2 3 3 1 0

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PERSONAL

• Son of Paul and Peggy Peterson • Majoring in history

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HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from the Memphis University School, where he was a four-year letterwinner for the Owls. • Ranked as the No. 4 outfielder and the No. 27 overall prospect in the state of Tennessee by Perfect Game. • Earned Rawlings All-American Southeast Region Honorable Mention accolades as a senior. • Tabbed a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American as a junior. • Named to the Memphis Commercial Appeal All-Metro team as a senior and junior. • Hit .358 with five home runs, 38 RBIs and five stolen bases as a junior. • Member of the 2009 state champion football team, and helped lead the Owls’ baseball team to regionals in each of his four seasons.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Andrew Barksdale Plunkett • Born March 2, 1994 • Son of Scott and Susan Plunkett • Major is currently undecided

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R/R • 6-4 • 200 Outfielder Memphis, Tenn. Memphis University School

VOLMANAC

ANDREW PLUNKETT

RECORDS & HONORS

• Full name is Joshua Paul Peterson • Born February 26, 1993

REVIEW

• Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 40th round (1,224th overall) in the 2011 MLB First Year Player Draft. • Earned Rawlings Southeast Region Honorable Mention All-American honors as a senior. • Named Watauga Valley Conference Player of the Year in both his senior and junior seasons. • Hit .670 with 59 RBIs, 12 home runs and posted a 1.33 ERA while leading the Rangers to conference, regional and district titles as a senior. • Three-sport star was two-time all-conference in basketball and a three-time all-conference selection in football. • Three-year captain in football, and two-year captain in both baseball and basketball. • Set the school record for most passing yards during his senior season.

OPPONENTS

HIGH SCHOOL

PLAYERS

• Standout pitcher for Walters State in Morristown, Tenn., the past two seasons. • Tabbed a Perfect Game Top 100 junior college prospect. • Led the Senators to the 2013 JUCO World Series with an 8-3 playoff record, including three complete games, and a 4.62 ERA. • Added 70 strikeouts in 74.0 innings pitched as a sophomore. • Went 6-1 with a 2.68 ERA in 14 appearances, including eight starts, as a freshman. • Fired three complete games and earned one save while striking out 42 in 53.2 innings as a rookie. • Pitched for the Gastonia Grizzlies in the Coastal Plain League over the summer, compiling a 4-4 record, 2.15 ERA and 48 strikeouts over a team-high 50.1 innings. • Earned second team CPL Postseason All-Star honors.

COACHES

L/R • 6-2 • 195 Right-Handed Pitcher Elizabethton, Tenn. Unaka HS/Walters State CC

GENERAL INFO

JOSH PETERSON

PLAYERS

SCOTT PRICE

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L/R • 6-3 • 215 Outfielder/Infielder Leesville, S.C. Batesburg-Leesville HS/USC Sumter 2013 - JUNIOR

 PRICE CAREER HIGHS

• Appeared and started in 45 games in his first year at Rocky Top, starting 44 at first base and one in right field. • Hit an impressive .361 (team high; sixth in the SEC) with 10 At Bats........................... 5 (15x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) Runs.......................3 (2x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) doubles, one triple, two home runs, and 25 RBIs. • Led the Vols with a batting average (.358) during SEC play. Hits.............................................................5 at UNLV (2/15/13) • Led the team in multiple RBI games (7), doubles (10), total RBI.................................. 3 (2x), last at Vanderbilt (3/31/13) BB............................................................. 3 vs. ETSU (2/26/13) bases (84), intentional walks (5), and putouts (372). • He was also second on the team in at bats (183), hits (66), SB................................. 1 (4x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/17/13) 2B................... 2 (2x), last vs. Western Carolina (3/20/13) and slugging percentage (.459). • Opened his UT career with a bang, going 5-for-5 with a HR............................................... 1 (2x), last at ETSU (4/9/13) Total Bases..............................................6 at UNLV (2/15/13) double in the season opener on Feb. 15 at UNLV. • Added two hits in next contest, driving in his first run of the Hit Streak........................................12 games (4/26-5/18/13) season in an 8-3 win over the Rebels. • Had a three-game hitting streak from March 8-10 in which he was 5-for-10 (.500) with four doubles. • Went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs in a 16-0 win over Alcorn State on March 8. • Posted a perfect 3-for-3 effort in a 5-4 win against Western Kentucky on March 13. • Was 3-for-5 with two doubles, two RBIs and a run scored as the Vols doubled up Western Carolina, 10-5, on March 20. • Went 4-for-5 with a run scored in the first game of a doubleheader against Missouri on March 23. • Hit his first homerun of the season in the series finale at Missouri on March 23. • Had a perfect 4-for-4 effort with three RBIs at Vanderbilt on March 31. • Posted a 2-for-3 game with his second longball of the season in a 4-3 Vols’ win at ETSU on April 9. • Went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored in Tennessee’s 12-3 win over Arkansas State on May 8. • Concluded the campaign with a 3-for-4, two-RBI game in UT’s 7-5 victory against Texas A&M on May 18. • Ended the season on a team-best 12-game hitting streak in which he hit 20-for-50 (.400) with six RBIs, seven runs scored, one triple, and three stolen bases. • Played five games for the Columbia Blowfish in the Coastal Plain League this summer, finishing with four hits and one RBI.

2011-12 - AT USC SUMTER

• Played for Tom Fleenor at USC Sumter. • Earned 2012 NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American accolades. • Led the Fireants to a 2012 Region X Tournament runner-up finish. • Hit .451 with 13 doubles, six home runs, seven stolen bases, 34 RBIs, 49 runs scored and a .495 on-base percentage in 55 games. • His 88 hits and .451 batting average in 2012 shattered the previous school records of 78 and .419, respectively. • As a junior, guided USC Sumter to the 2011 Region X regular-season title. • Posted a .405 batting average with 13 doubles, five home runs, six stolen bases, 34 RBIs, 26 runs scored and a .436 on-base percentage in 43 games. • Finished his two years at USC Sumter with the school’s career record for batting average (.433) and was second all-time in hits (139), fourth in doubles (26), fifth in home runs (11) and sixth in RBIs (68).

HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Batesburg-Leesville High School where he was coached by Tommy Williams. • Hit .500 with 18 RBIs and four home runs en route to 2010 all-area and all-state teams during his senior campaign. • That followed a junior season in which he hit .491 with 17 RBIs and scored 24 runs while leading the Panthers to the finals of the District-I playoffs. • Also was an all-area and all-state selection in 2009.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Rodney Scott Price II • Born January 9, 1992 • Son of Rodney and Lisa Price • Has one sibling, Chip • Majoring in psychology

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Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 45-45 183 25 66 10 1 2 25 .424 .459 .883 .361 TOTALS 45-45 183 25 66 10 1 2 25 .424 .459 .883 .361

GENERAL INFO

 PRICE CAREER STATISTICS

PRICE - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS SO GDP 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 3 1 3 0 0 0

OB% SB .385 0 .231 0 .700 0 .300 0 .400 1 .125 0 .200 0 .538 0 .500 0 .308 0 .526 1 .467 0 .000 0

OPPONENTS

R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 1 4 0 0 0 2 4 .333 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 3 .250 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 5 1.000 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 3 .333 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .400 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .200 0 0 2 6 0 0 1 4 9 .750 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 3 .250 1 0 2 9 1 0 0 1 10 .556 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 5 .385 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0

PLAYERS

AB 12 12 5 9 5 8 5 12 3 12 18 13 4

COACHES

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .333 3-3 Arizona State .167 3-3 ETSU .400 2-2 Florida .333 2-2 Georgia .400 1-1 Kentucky .125 2-2 MTSU .200 1-1 Missouri .500 3-3 Morehead State .333 1-1 South Carolina .250 3-3 UNLV .500 4-4 Vanderbilt .385 3-3 Virginia Tech .000 1-1

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JORDAN RODGERS

FRESHMAN 7 7

R/R • 6-1 • 185 Infielder Memphis, Tenn. Memphis University School HIGH SCHOOL

• Excelled as a two-sport star at Memphis University School, starting at shortstop on the baseball team and quarterback on the football team. • Led the baseball team to regional championships in 2011 and 2012, finishing as the state runner-up both seasons. • Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 4 shortstop and the 34th-best overall prospect in the state of Tennessee. • Earned Perfect Game Southeast Region Honorable Mention honors in 2013 and was tabbed a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American in 2012. • Named all-metro and second team all-state as a senior. • Was a Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps baseball finalist in 2013. • Batted .345 with eight homers and went 6-2 on the mound while leading the Owls to the final four of the Division II-AA state tournament as a senior. • Earned all-metro area and all-state honors after hitting a career-best .431 with 17 RBIs and posting a 7-2 record on the mound as a sophomore. • Hit .344 with five homers and an 8-2 record on the hill to claim all-metro area honors once again as a junior. • Helped guide the Owls’ football team to a 2010 State Championship and finished as the Tennessee Division II-AA state runner-ups in 2012. • Named a Mr. Football finalist in the state of Tennessee and was tabbed the Regional Player of the Year in 2012. • Threw for 2,851 yards, 35 touchdowns and just five interceptions while leading the Owls to a 10-3 record as a senior.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Jordan Taylor Rodgers • Born May 9, 1995 • Son of Jason and Tina Rodgers • Major is currently undecided

• Desires to one day be a manager in Major League Baseball • Models himself after shortstop Derek Jeter and considers him to be his biggest sports influence

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L/L • 6-1 • 190 Left-Handed Pitcher Calabasas, Calif. Calabasas HS 2013 - JUNIOR

 SABERHAGEN CAREER HIGHS

• Appeared in 16 games as a junior, including one start. • Finished with a 0-2 record and a 6.86 ERA over 21.0 innings Innings (Starter)............................ 8.0 at Ole Miss (5/11/12) during the campaign. Innings (Reliever)......3.0 (3x), last vs. Western Ky. (3/12/13) • Pitched four consecutive scoreless outings from Feb. Runs Allowed.................................. 7 vs. Arkansas (5/17/12) 17-March 12, capped off by three shutout innings in a 4-0 ER Allowed....................................... 7 vs. Arkansas (5/17/12) win over Western Kentucky. Strikeouts................................4 vs. Alabama A&M (3/15/11) • Also posted a shutout inning at UNLV on Feb. 17 and against Walks............................. 4 (2x), last vs. Vanderbilt (5/6/12) ETSU on Feb. 26 before firing 2.1 scoreless in a 6-4 win over Hits Allowed........................................11 at Ole Miss (5/11/12) UMass on March 2, during that streak. Wild Pitches......................1 (4x), last at Alabama (3/17/13) • Threw two, one-hit shutout innings, striking out one against HBP....................................................... 2 at Alabama (3/17/13) Missouri on March 23. • Followed that up back-to-back outings at Vanderbilt from March 30-31, striking out one and allowin three hits over a combined 1.1 innings. • Pitched 0.2 innings of scoreless no-hit ball against South Carolina on April 5. • Tossed 1.0 shutout inning of one-hit ball at Middle Tennessee on May 14. • Had a stellar summer pitching for the Conejo Oaks in the California Collegiate League, leading the league with a perfect 7-0 record to go with a 2.68 ERA and 33 strikeouts over 57.0 innings pitched. • Was named the California Collegiate League’s Most Valuable Pitcher.

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PERSONAL

W-L GP-GS 1-0 13-1 5-3 23-3 0-2 16-1 6-5 52-5

CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K SV WHIP 0 0 16.1 18 11 11 2 10 15 0 1.71 1 0 36.2 39 24 19 5 18 14 0 1.57 0 0 21.0 29 19 16 2 5 7 0 1.62 1 0 74.0 86 54 46 9 33 36 0 1.61

BAA ERA .277 6.06 .269 4.66 .337 6.86 .291 5.59

SABERHAGEN - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Alabama 15.43 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 4 4 4 1 1 Auburn 27.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 4 5 5 5 2 Austin Peay 0.00 0-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 2 1 0 0 1 ETSU 15.43 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 5 4 4 1 0 Florida 0.00 1-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 2 0 0 1 2 Georgia 27.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 2 2 2 0 Kentucky 54.00 0-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 2 4 2 0 1 LSU 9.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 2 1 1 1 1 MTSU 3.00 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 6.0 5 2 2 1 2 Missouri 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 Morehead State 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 1 0 0 1 1 South Carolina 6.75 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 3 4 2 2 0 Tennessee Tech 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 1 0 1 0 UNC Asheville 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 UNLV 13.50 0-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 2 2 2 1 1 Vanderbilt 5.40 0-0 3 1 0 0 0 0 5.0 7 4 3 4 2 UTSPORTS.COM >>> @VOL_BASEBALL ON TWITTER

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 SABERHAGEN CAREER STATISTICS

RECORDS & HONORS

• Full name is Dalton William Saberhagen • Has four siblings, former UT manager Drew and Brittany • Born March 4, 1992, in Leawood, Kansas Saberhagen and Sydney and Makenzie Munman • Son of Bret Saberhagen and Janeane Munman • Lists Satchell Paige and Jon Lester as famous people he • Father was a 16-year MLB veteran with the Kansas City Roy- admires als, New York Mets, Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox... • Pursuing a degree in communications He was a three-time All-Star (1987, 90, 94), two-time Cy Young Award winner (1985, 89) and 1985 World Series MVP

REVIEW

• Attended Calabasas High School, where he was coached by Ed Edsall. • Started at first base and was the team’s closer, going 1-4 with four saves and a 3.68 ERA in 14 appearances as a junior. • Was limited to just three innings as a senior after tearing his labrum in the first game of the season. • Played summer ball with the SoCal Cardinals from 2008-10 with whom he participated in the Senior Fall Classic in Peoria, Ariz. • Also played in the 2009 Junior Olympics with the Thousand Oaks Bombers.

OPPONENTS

HIGH SCHOOL

PLAYERS

• Saw action 13 contests, going 1-0 with a 6.06 ERA and 15 strikeouts in 16.1 total innings of work. • Made one start, allowing one run on five hits and striking out a career-high four batters in 5.0 innings to earn his first collegiate win against Alabama A&M on March 15. • Posted a scoreless inning of relief six occasions, shutting down Morehead State (March 6), New Orleans (March 9), Manhattan (March 12), UNC Asheville (March 30) and Alabama (April 14). • Struck out the side in the ninth inning to complete UT’s 18-4 triumph over New Orleans on March 9. • Pitched for the Conejo Oaks in the California Collegiate League in the summer of 2011. • Was 2-2 in 17 appearances, including three starts, posting a 4.83 ERA and striking out 26 in 31.2 innings.

COACHES

2011 - FRESHMAN

GENERAL INFO

• Appeared in 23 games in his sophomore season for the Vols, including three starts. • Finished with a team-high five wins and a 4.66 ERA, while holding opposing hitters to a .269 batting average over 36.2 innings of work. • Fired the only complete game by a Tennessee pitcher in 2012, going 8.0 innings in a 4-2 loss at No. 24 Ole Miss on May 11. • Did not allow a run in his first 11.1 innings of the year, spanning 11 appearances. • Also started against Vanderbilt (May 6) and Arkansas (May 17). • His five wins all came out of the bullpen against Western Kentucky (Feb. 21), FIU (March 21), Memphis (April 4 and May 9) and Florida (April 14). • Pitched for the Conejo Oaks in the California Collegiate League in the summer of 2012. • Was 1-0 with one save and a 4.71 ERA in 18 appearances, striking out 15 in 17.0 innings and holding opposing hitters to a .143 batting average.

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TYLER SCHULTZ JUNIOR

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L/R • 5-10 • 180 Catcher Huntington Beach, Calif. Lakewood HS/San Francisco/Cypress CC 2013 - AT CYPRESS CC

• Played in 45 games for the Chargers, hitting .316 with 42 hits, 25 RBIs, 24 runs and five doubles. • Helped guide Cypress to the 2013 California Community College Athletic Conference State Championship, earning the program its fifth title in school history and the first since 2003. • Earned championship tournament MVP honors by hitting .538 (7-for-13) in the series. • Threw out 16 runners from behind the plate. • Played summer ball for the Los Angeles Brewers in the California Collegiate League, hitting .292 with 21 RBIs.

2012 - AT UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO

• Played in 19 games, starting two behind the plate for the Dons. • Hit .143 with one run scored and one RBI. • Fielded a perfect 1.000 at catcher with 51 put outs and six assists. • First collegiate hit was a pinch-hit single against Missouri (Feb. 26).

HIGH SCHOOL

• Two-sport athlete with baseball and football at Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Calif. • Paced both the football and baseball teams to the Moore League Championship in 2010 and 2011. • Hit .471 as a senior and .333 as a junior for the Lancers. • Named Lakewood High School Athlete of the Year. • Youth Hall of Fame All Around Performer of the Year. • Named Dream Team catcher and Dream Team quarterback. • Three-time first team all-league honoree. • Voted league MVP for football

PERSONAL

• Full name is Tyler John Schultz • Born June 22, 1992 • Son of Tim and Kaylene Schultz • Has one sister, Tatum

• Majoring in communications • Chose the Tennessee program because of the great coaching staff and amazing tradition

NICK SENZEL

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R/R • 6-1 • 205 Infielder Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut HS HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Farragut High School in Knoxville where he was coached by Matt Buckner. • Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 11 prospect in the state and the No. 17 second basemen in the nation. • Earned all-state, all-district, PrepXtra first team and All-KIL honors following senior campaign. • 2013 Rawlings Southeast Region Second Team performer. • 2012 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American. • Hit a team-high .386 with 42 RBIs, 14 doubles, five home runs and four triples as a senior. • Helped the Admirals go 35-9 and claim the District 4-AAA Championship, Region 2-AAA Championship and finish as the TSSAA State Runner-ups his senior season. • Won a state championship with the Farragut Admirals in 2011. • Batted .404 with 46 RBIs and eight homers and hit .360 for Farragut in 2012 and 2011, respectively.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Nicholas Peter Senzel • Born June 29, 1995 • Son of Jeff and Janice Senzel • Has one sibling, Madison

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• Major is currently undecided • Lists his father as his biggest sports influence • Chose Tennessee because it was the best decision athletically and academically

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2013 - FRESHMAN

 SIMCOX CAREER HIGHS

• Appeared in 50 of 52 games for the Vols, the most of any freshman, including 48 starts at shortstop. • Finished the season hitting .283 with four doubles and one triple. At Bats................................... 6 (2x), last at UNLV (2/17/13) Runs..................................3 (2x), last at Arkansas (5/10/13) • He was second on the team with 26 RBI. Hits....................................... 3 (6x), last vs. MTSU (4/30/13) • Led the team with 144 assists as a freshman. • Reached base safely in a team-best 18-consecutive games. RBI.................................... 3 (2x), last at Kentucky (4/13/13) • Recorded a team-high .327 batting average in SEC play. BB............................................. 2 vs. Arizona State (2/22/13) • Made his collegiate debut, recorded his first collegiate hit SB................................. 1 (8x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/18/13) and drove in two runs on February 15 at UNLV. 2B..........................................1 (4x), last at Florida (4/27/13) • Opened his career with hits in each of his first three games, HR............................................................................................. N/A going 5-for-15 (.333) during that stretch, capped off by a Total Bases............... 4 (3x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/18/13) 3-for-5 effort in the second game of a doubleheader against Hit Streak.........................................6 games (4/19-4/27/13) the Rebels on Feb. 16. • Was 2-for-3, scored three runs and drove in another in a 16-0 whitewashing of Alcorn State on March 8. • Drove in three runs in a 12-4 win over the Braves two days later. • Had a clutch two-out, two-RBI double in the eighth inning of UT’s 7-6 win at Alabama on March 16. • Recorded six hits against the No. 3 ranked Vanderbilt Commodores from March 29-31. • Went 7-for-15 with three RBIs and two runs scored in the Vols’ series win at No. 13 Kentucky from April 12-14. UTSPORTS.COM >>> @VOL_BASEBALL ON TWITTER

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RECORDS & HONORS

A.J. SIMCOX

REVIEW

• Full name is Kyle David Serrano • Has two younger brothers, Zach and Parker • Born July 6, 1995 • Lists his father as the biggest sports influence on his life • His father is head coach Dave Serrano, mother is Krista • Models his game after former Toronto Blue Jays and PhilaKnowles and stepmother is Tracy Serrano delphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay • Major is currently undecided

OPPONENTS

PERSONAL

PLAYERS

• Selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 29th round (859th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft. • Graduated from Farragut High School in Knoxville where he was coach by Matt Buckner. • Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 1 prospect in the state of Tennessee, the No. 7 right-handed pitcher in the nation and the 32nd-best overall prospect in the class of 2013. • Named Louisville Slugger First Team All-American after his senior season. • Rated the No. 35 Major League prospect by Baseball America and No. 43 by MLB.com. • Ranked No. 21 on ESPN’s Top 100 MLB Draft Prospects. • Earned all-state, all-district, PrepXtra first team and All-KIL following senior campaign. • 2013 Rawlings Preseason All-American, Perfect Game First Team Southeast Region and a 2012 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American. • Posted a 7-1 record with 1.76 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 63.2 innings pitched his senior season. • Helped the Admirals go 35-9 and claim the District 4-AAA Championship, Region 2-AAA Championship and finish as the TSSAA State Runner-ups his senior season. • Fired a no-hitter against rival Bearden, picking up 13 strikeouts en route to a 2-0 victory in 2013. • Despite missing a large portion of his junior season at Farragut with a cracked rib, returned to post a 4-0 record with a 2.41 ERA and 33 strikeouts in just 33 innings of work.

COACHES

R/R • 6-2 • 205 Right-Handed Pitcher Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut HS

GENERAL INFO

KYLE SERRANO

PLAYERS • Posted a season-best 6-game hit streak from April 19-April 27. • Was 3-for-4 with a double, one RBI and a stolen base at Florida on April 27. • Had another 3-for-4 effort just three days late against Middle Tennessee on April 30. • Scored three runs and went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a stolen base in the Vols’ 8-3 victory at No. 14 Arkansas on May 10. • Closed his rookie season with a 2-for-4 day with two runs scored, two RBIs, a stolen base and his first career triple in a 7-5 win over Texas A&M on May 18 • Played shortstop for the Mat-Su Miners of the Alaska Baseball League over the summer, earning the league’s Silver Slugger Award after leading the way with a .365 batting average. • Also led the league in hits with 48 and runs scored with 27. • Named a Perfect Game Summer All-American.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Farragut High School in Knoxville where he was coached by Matt Buckner. • Selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 32nd round (987th overall) of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft. • Named to the 2012 Baseball America High School All-America Second Team. • Earned 2012 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American honors. • Tabbed to the 2012 Rawlings All-Southeast Region first team. • Listed as the nation’s 136th-best prospect and top player in the state of Tennessee by Perfect Game. • Three-time state champion, helping lead the Admirals to Class AAA titles in 2009, 2010 and 2011. • Hit .460 with nine home runs, 13 doubles, four triples and 45 RBIs, and logged four saves on the mound as a senior. • Picked as the 2012 Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra Player of the Year. • Took home District 4-AAA MVP accolades in both 2011 and 2012. • Led all TSSAA players with 70 hits while leading the Admirals to their fourth consecutive state title his junior year. • Also hit at a school-record .470 clip with two home runs and 32 RBIs that season. • Posted a 28-game hit streak as a junior and followed that with a 19-game streak his senior season.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Austin Jay Simcox • Born June 22, 1994 • Son of Larry and Linda Simcox • Has one sibling, Erin, a Tennessee Baseball Diamond Girl

• Plans to major in business • Formerly a Tennessee batboy • His father, Larry, was a UT assistant coach from 1991-2007

 SIMCOX CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 50-48 180 25 51 4 1 0 26 .338 .317 .655 .283 TOTALS 50-48 180 25 51 4 1 0 26 .338 .317 .655 .283

SIMCOX - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .250 3-3 Arizona State .111 3-3 ETSU .000 2-2 Florida .333 3-3 Georgia .333 1-1 Kentucky .467 3-3 MTSU .444 2-2 Missouri .286 3-2 Morehead State .250 1-1 South Carolina .222 3-3 UNLV .238 4-4 Vanderbilt .545 3-3 Virginia Tech .000 2-2

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AB 8 9 6 12 3 15 9 7 4 9 21 11 7

R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 1 2 1 0 0 2 3 .375 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .111 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 4 1 0 0 3 5 .417 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .333 2 7 0 0 0 3 7 .467 2 4 0 0 0 1 4 .444 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .286 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .222 0 5 0 0 0 2 5 .238 3 6 1 0 0 2 7 .636 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000

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SO GDP 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 5 0 2 0 1 0

OB% SB .333 1 .333 1 .143 0 .385 1 .500 0 .467 0 .444 0 .286 0 .250 0 .300 0 .238 1 .583 1 .222 1

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 SMART CAREER HIGHS

• Full name is Taylor James Smart • Born February 24, 1992 • Son of Dave and Mindy Smart • Has one sibling, Ryan

• Majoring in sociology • His father, Dave, is the former head coach at Tahoma HIgh School and assistant coach at Bellevue Community College

 SMART CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 49-46 172 29 46 9 0 2 19 .365 .355 .720 .267 TOTALS 49-46 172 29 46 9 0 2 19 .365 .355 .720 .267 UTSPORTS.COM >>> @VOL_BASEBALL ON TWITTER

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PERSONAL

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• Graduated from Tahoma High School where he was coached by Russ Hayden. • Invited to the Washington Nationals Area Code team and selected by the Seattle Mariners for the Mariner Cup Team. • One of just two players from Washington to be invited to play in the Tommy Lasorda Elite Games at Dodger Stadium. • A three-year letterman for the Bears, helping the team reach the state finals twice. • As a junior, had just one error and was named the team’s Gold Glove winner. • Listed as one of the nation’s Top 1000 players and 32nd-best player in Washington by Perfect Game in 2010. • Played summer baseball for Chaffey Baseball in Washington, where he hit .411 and was named the MVP of the Northwest Babe Ruth Regional.

RECORDS & HONORS

HIGH SCHOOL

REVIEW

• Played for D.J. Whittemore at Western Nevada College. • Was the only player to start all 65 games for the Wildcats. • Posted 48-17 record and reached the JUCO World Series in 2012. • Led the team with 53 runs scored while posting a .407 on-base percentage with 34 RBIs and 12 stolen bases during his sophomore campaign. • Claimed 2012 second team all-region honors. • Helped lead Western Nevada to a 45-15 overall record and the Scenic West Conference championship in 2011. • Recorded a .427 on-base percentage with 37 walks and nine stolen bases while hitting primarily out of the two-hole as a freshman for the Wildcats. • Earned both all-region and first-team all-conference accolades in 2011.

OPPONENTS

2011-12 - AT WESTERN NEVADA COLLEGE

PLAYERS

• Appeared in 49 games in his first season at Rocky Top, including 46 starts (36 at 2B, six at 3B, and four at SS). • Finished his junior campaign batting .267 with nine doubles, At Bats............................6 vs. Western Kentucky (3/13/13) Runs................... 2 (8x), last vs. Morehead State (5/14/13) two home runs, and 19 RBIs. • Led the Vols in walks (23), strikeouts (47) and sacrifice flies (3). Hits................................................... 3 vs. Longwood (4/2/13) • Hit in eight of the nine spots in the lineup for the Vols, the RBI.................................................3 vs. Alcorn State (3/8/13) BB........................................ 2 (3x), last vs. Georgia (5/3/13) most of any player. • Recorded first hit as a Vol on Feb. 16 at UNLV, going 2-for-3 SB..................................................... 3 vs. Longwood (4/2/13) 2B................................. 1 (9x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/18/13) with a RBI in an 8-3 win. • Went 2-for-4 with three RBIs, two runs scored and a pair of HR............................1 (2x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) walks in UT’s 16-0 win over Alcorn State on March 8. Total Bases...........5 (2x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) • Hit his first home run as a Vol the next day in a 13-6 triumph Hit Streak......................................... 6 games (3/16-3/23/13) over the Braves. • Had a five-game hitting streak from March 2-10. • Hit .412 (7-for-17) with two doubles, four RBIs and a pair of stolen bases during the stretch. • Scored two runs, drew two walks and had a stolen base as UT beat Alabama 7-6 on March 16, sparking a season-long six-game hitting streak. • Stole a season-high three bases in a 3-for-4 performance against Longwood on April 2. • Hit second longball of the season on April 6 vs. South Carolina, going 2-for-5 with two RBIs and two runs scored. • Went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored in the Vols’ wild 10-9 win at No. 13 Kentucky on April 13. • Posted a two-RBI effort in the Vols’ 5-4 victory over Virginia Tech in the Hokie-Smokey Classic on April 16. • Ended the season with back-to-back one-hit, one-RBI performances against Texas A&M on May 17-18. • Played for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox in the Cape Cod League over the summer, finishing with 15 hits and eight RBIs.

COACHES

R/R • 5-11 • 180 Infielder Maple Valley, Wash. Tahoma HS/Western Nevada College

GENERAL INFO

TAYLOR SMART

PLAYERS

SMART - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .375 3-3 Arizona State .143 3-2 ETSU .000 1-1 Florida .182 3-3 Georgia .500 1-1 Kentucky .333 3-3 MTSU .250 2-1 Missouri .364 3-3 Morehead State .500 1-1 South Carolina .250 3-3 UNLV .250 3-3 Vanderbilt .077 3-3 Virginia Tech .222 2-2

AB 8 7 3 11 2 12 4 11 4 12 12 13 9

R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 .375 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 .273 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 1.000 2 0 1 4 2 0 0 2 6 .500 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .250 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 4 .364 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 .500 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 3 6 .500 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 .250 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .077 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 3 .333 0 0

SO GDP 1 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 4 0 3 0

OB% SB .545 2 .250 0 .250 0 .308 1 .750 1 .308 1 .250 1 .462 0 .500 1 .250 0 .400 0 .143 0 .222 0

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L/R • 6-0 • 205 Outfielder Lawrenceville, Ga. Providence Christian Academy 2013 - FRESHMAN

 STEWART CAREER HIGHS

• Appeared in 46 games as a freshman, including 43 starts (24 in RF, 19 as the DH). At Bats......................................................6 at UNLV (2/17/13) • Wrapped up his rookie season hitting .310 with eight dou- Runs................... 2 (6x), last vs. Morehead State (5/14/13) bles, two triples and three home runs. Hits.................................................3 vs. Texas A&M (5/16/13) • Led the team in RBIs (27), multiple RBI games (7) and tied RBI................................3 (3x), last vs. Texas A&M (5/17/13) for the team lead in home runs (3). BB.......................... 2 (4x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) • Finished the season tied for second on the team in walks SB................... 1 (5x), last vs. Middle Tennessee (4/30/13) (21) and triples (2). 2B........................................1 (8x), last at Arkansas (5/11/13) • Made collegiate debut on February 15 at UNLV going 2-forHR........................... 1 (3x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) 4 with a home run and three RBIs. Total Bases..........5 (4x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) • Opened his collegiate career with a bang, going 2-for-4 Hit Streak........................................... 8 games (4/5-4/16/13) with three RBIs and a home run at UNLV on Feb. 15. • Finished the weekend against the Rebels with a .400 average (6-for-15), five runs scored, four RBIs, three walks, a double, a triple and the longball. • Gave the Vols a 5-4 victory in 10 innings over Western Kentucky on March 13 with a bases-loaded, walk-off hit by pitch. • Recorded the first SEC hit of his career at Alabama on March 15 before adding a double in a 7-6 win the following day. • Went 2-for-2 with a double and a triple in series finale at Missouri on March 23. • Started a season-long eight-game hit streak on April 5 against South Carolina, hitting .440 (11-for-25) with a .548 on base percentage, seven runs scored, six RBIs, two doubles, three stolen bases and five walks. • Posted a 2-for-3 effort with a home run and two RBI in the series finale vs. Ole Miss on April 21.

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OPPONENTS

• Full name is Christin Gaylin Harris Stewart • Born December 10, 1993 • Son of Anthony and Yolonda Stewart

• Has one sibling, Anthony Stewart, Jr. • Majoring in world business

 STEWART CAREER STATISTICS

OB% SB .333 0 .167 0 .667 1 .071 0 .500 0 .700 1 .500 1 .222 1 .500 0 .333 0 .500 0 .000 0 .750 1

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SO GDP 1 0 2 0 0 0 6 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 3 0 0 0

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AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 10 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 .300 2 0 11 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 .091 0 1 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 .600 1 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1.000 0 0 7 3 4 2 0 0 4 6 .857 3 0 6 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 .333 1 1 9 2 2 1 1 0 0 5 .556 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 1 0 11 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 .273 0 1 15 6 6 1 1 1 4 12 .800 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 .667 1 0

RECORDS & HONORS

STEWART - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS

REVIEW

Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2013 46-43 145 27 45 8 2 3 27 .414 .455 .869 .310 TOTALS 46-43 145 27 45 8 2 3 27 .414 .455 .869 .310

Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .200 3-3 Arizona State .091 3-3 ETSU .600 2-2 Florida .000 3-3 Georgia .500 1-1 Kentucky .571 3-2 MTSU .333 2-2 Missouri .222 3-3 Morehead State .333 1-1 South Carolina .273 3-3 UNLV .400 4-4 Vanderbilt .000 1-1 Virginia Tech .667 1-1

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PERSONAL

COACHES

• Graduated from Providence Christian Academy where he was coached by Adam Cantrell. • Launched 69 home runs during his prep career, tying MLB player Micah Owings for the Georgia state career record and finishing just shy of the national record of 75. • Also broke Owings’ single-season record with 26 longballs in 2011 as a junior. • Named the 2011 NCSAA Varsity Baseball National Player of the Year after his record-breaking season. • As a senior in 2012, he hit .460 with 15 home runs, 37 RBIs, 43 runs and 51 walks. • His efforts helped lead the Storm to a 27-12 record and the 2012 Class A state championship, the first in school history. • Named to the 2012 MaxPreps Small Schools All-America Team. • Tabbed as the 2012 Gwinnett Daily Post Co-Player of the year. • As a junior, hit .500 with 26 home runs, set a Gwinnett County record with 70 RBIs, scored 65 runs and stole 13 bases, while guiding the Storm to the state championship series. • Added 13 home runs as a freshman and 15 more as a sophomore. • Listed as the nation’s 324th-best prospect and 25th-best player in Georgia by Perfect Game.

GENERAL INFO

• Picked up a three RBI day in a 12-3 win over Arkansas State (May 8), going 2-for-2 with a home run. • Closed his rookie season with five hits in a series against Texas A&M (May 16-18). • Starred in the outfield for the Mat-Su Miners in the Alaska Baseball League over the summer, earning league MVP honors after leading the league with 31 RBIs, 14 doubles and five dingers. • Also ranked second in the ABL in batting average (.336), hits (42) and runs scored (26). • Named a Perfect Game Summer All-American.

PLAYERS

TEI VANDERFORD

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R/R • 6-1 • 205 Right-Handed Pitcher Glendale, Calif. Saint Francis HS/Glendale CC 2013 - AT GLENDALE CC

• Posted a 5-3 record with a 1.65 ERA in 12 appearances, including nine starts, at Glendale Community College. • Allowed just 44 hits in 54.2 innings of work while striking out 41 and walking only 16. • Paced the Vasqueros to a 27-13 record and their third consecutive Western State Conference championship.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Prepped at St. Francis High School, where he was the team captain as a senior in 2012. • Earned second-team all-area and All-Mission League honors as a utility player. • Helped team win Western State Conference title and garnered the Cy Young Award. • Posted a 1.65 ERA, .188 opponent batting average and struck out 23 in 34 innings. • Started five games, completing two. • Went 3-1 with a 3.14 ERA and 37 strikeouts on the mound as a junior. • Hit .343 with a pair of homers and 23 RBIs while playing four different positions in the field.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Tei Ulysses Vanderford • Born May 10, 1994 • Son of Ty and Maile Vanderford

• Has one sister, Haley • Majoring in communications • Lists his father as his biggest sports influence

NICK WILLIAMS SENIOR

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R/R • 6-2 • 230 Right-Handed Pitcher Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut HS 2013 - JUNIOR

 WILLIAMS CAREER HIGHS

• Made 18 appearances including eight starts, going 2-4 with a 5.02 ERA over 61.0 innings of work. Innings (Starter)....................... 8.2 vs. Vanderbilt (5/4/12) • Struck out career-best 56 hitters beating his 2012 total by one. Innings (Reliever)...............................3.2 at UNLV (2/17/13) • Opposing hitters hit .264 off of him. Runs Allowed.........8 (2x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) • Fired 3.2 innings of scoreless relief, his longest career outing ER Allowed..............8 (2x), last vs. South Carolina (4/6/13) out of the bullpen, striking out four and allowing just one hit Strikeouts....................................10 vs. Texas A&M (5/17/13) at UNLV on Feb. 17. Walks................................4 (3x), last vs. Missouri (3/23/13) • Struck out the side on nine pitches in the ninth inning Hits Allowed....................................11 vs. Arkansas (5/18/12) against Alcorn State on March 10. Wild Pitches...................................3 at Vanderbilt (3/30/13) • Did not allow a run in 13.0 consecutive innings over the span HBP........................................ 2 at Mississippi State (4/21/12) of eight relief appearances from Feb. 17-March 13. • That streak came to an end on March 13 when he yielded one run in 2.0 innings against Western Kentucky, but he picked up his first win of the year after the Vols won the game on an walk-off HBP. • Made his first start of the season in the opening game of a doubleheader against Missouri on March 23, allowing three runs - two earned - on five hits in 4.1 innings. • Lasted 7.0 innings in his second start, giving up four earned runs while striking out seven at No. 3 Vanderbilt. • Threw 7.0 strong innings at Kentucky (April 13) to pick up his second win, allowing three earned runs on four hits. • Gave UT a season-high 8.1 innings against Ole Miss on April 20. • Fired another strong outing at Florida (April 27), yielding two runs on seven hits while striking out five in 6.2 innings. • Recorded career high 10 strikeouts against Texas A&M on May 17.

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Led the Vols with 12 starts during the 2012 campaign, in addition to making 10 other appearances out of the bullpen for a total of 22 trips to the mound. • Posted a 3-5 record and three saves with a 4.33 ERA and 55 strikeouts in 72.2 innings of work.

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• Took over the role of UT’s closer during his freshman year, finishing with a 2-1 record, team-high four saves and 6.48 ERA in 23 relief appearances. • Four saves rank as the second-most by a freshman in Vol history. • Struck out 30 batters in 33.1 innings and helped close out three of the team’s four shutouts on the year. • Recorded saves against Milwaukee (Feb. 19), at Alabama (April 16), MTSU (May 10) and Auburn (May 19). • First two career wins came against Ole Miss (March 26) and in the regular-season finale against Auburn (May 21), while his lone loss was at the hands of Indiana (March 5). • Fanned a career-high five in 2.0 innings to earn the win over the Rebels.

COACHES

2011 - FRESHMAN

GENERAL INFO

• Opposing hitters hit just .264 off of him. • Started the season as the team’s closer, earning saves against Northern Illinois (Feb. 18), Texas (March 3) and Ball State (March 7) before moving into the starting rotation. • First win of the year came out of the bullpen vs. Seton Hall (Feb. 25), before winning games at Georgia (March 18) and vs. Vanderbilt (May 4) as the starting pitcher. • Struck out a career-high eight in a personal-best 8.2 innings of two-run ball to claim the victory over the Commodores. • Allowed just one hit in 4.1 shutout innings against Kentucky on March 25, but it came off the bat of his brother, Michael. • Pitched for the Rochester Honkers in the Northwoods League during the summer of 2012. • Struck out 18 batters and allowed just eight hits in 14.1 scoreless innings over eight relief appearances.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Michael played catcher at the University of Kentucky • Credits his family as his sports biggest influence • Lists signing with Tennessee as his biggest thrill in sports • Majoring in economics

RECORDS & HONORS

• Full name is Nicholas Matthew Williams • Born Nov. 15, 1991, in Indianapolis, Ind. • Son of Mike and Elaine Williams • Has two siblings, Michael and Taylor

REVIEW

PERSONAL

OPPONENTS

• Graduated from Farragut High School in Knoxville where he was coached by Matt Buckner. • Helped lead the Admirals to three consecutive state championships, going 19-0 with 137 strikeouts and an 0.85 ERA during his three seasons on the varsity squad. • Farragut was 125-14 during that span. • Also played first base, hitting .326 with 18 home runs and 77 RBIs during his prep career. • Earned all-state, all-district and all-region honors in both 2009 and 2010 and was named a 2010 Honorable Mention Louisville Slugger High School All American. • Finished his senior campaign with a perfect 9-0 record and one save while posting a team-leading 0.88 ERA. • In 63.1 innings of work, he allowed just eight earned runs on 26 hits while striking out 95 batters and walking just 29. • He also had a solid year at the plate, hitting .331 with 10 home runs and 42 RBIs.

 WILLIAMS CAREER STATISTICS W-L 2-1 3-5 2-4 7-10

GP-GS 23-0 22-12 18-8 63-20

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO IP 0 33.1 0 72.2 0 61.0 0 167.0

H 33 73 60 166

R ER HR BB K SV WHIP 27 24 3 20 30 4 1.60 41 35 4 25 55 3 1.36 40 34 6 25 56 0 1.39 108 93 13 70 141 7 1.41

BAA .248 .264 .259 .259

ERA 6.48 4.33 5.02 5.01

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WILLIAMS - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent ERA W-L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO Alabama 7.94 0-0 3 1 0 0 1 1 5.2 8 5 5 4 0 Appalachian St. 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 1 3 Arizona State 3.38 1-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 8.0 4 5 3 2 6 Auburn 6.75 1-0 4 2 0 0 0 1 9.1 12 9 7 5 9 ETSU 1.59 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 5.2 2 1 1 2 7 Florida 11.00 0-1 3 2 0 0 0 0 9.0 15 12 11 6 5 Georgia 0.00 1-0 3 1 0 0 1 0 10.2 5 0 0 3 8 Kentucky 1.88 1-0 4 2 0 0 0 0 14.1 7 5 3 5 14 LSU 47.25 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 6 7 7 4 1 MTSU 2.70 0-1 2 0 0 0 0 1 3.1 3 1 1 1 2 Mississippi St. 2.35 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 7.2 5 2 2 2 6 Missouri 4.15 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.1 5 3 2 4 2 South Carolina 7.45 0-2 3 2 0 0 0 0 9.2 11 12 8 6 6 Tennessee Tech 13.50 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 2 1 1 1 1 UNLV 2.08 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4.1 3 1 1 1 5 Vanderbilt 6.11 1-1 3 2 0 0 0 0 17.2 15 14 12 8 15 Virginia Tech 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 2

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PARKER WORMSLEY JUNIOR 7 4

R/R • 6-0 • 170 Infielder/Outfielder Knoxville, Tenn. Webb School 2013 - SOPHOMORE

 WORMSLEY CAREER HIGHS

• Appeared in 38 games as a sophomore, including 21 starts (eight games in LF, nine games in CF, and four in RF). At Bats.......................... 5 (2x), last at Vanderbilt (3/31/13) • Hit .224 with one double, nine RBIs and 11 runs scored. • Went 2-for-3 with an RBI, a run scored and an HBP in a 6-4 Runs................................. 2 (3x), last at Kentucky (4/13/13) Hits................................... 2 (9x), last at Kentucky (4/13/13) victory over UMass on March 2. • Drove in three runs while going 2-for-2 with a walk in a 4-0 RBI....................................3 vs. Western Kentucky (3/12/13) BB.........................................................2 at Alabama (3/16/13) shutout of Western Kentucky on March 12. • Posted a 2-for-3 performance with two runs and a RBI as SB..........................................................2 at Memphis (5/9/12) 2B........................... 1 (2x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) the Vols doubled up Western Carolina 10-5 on March 20. • Had best series of the year against in-state rival Vanderbilt HR............................................................................................. N/A Total Bases.......... 2 (4x), last vs. Arkansas State (5/8/13) (March 29-31) going 4-for-8 with one run scored. • Had a 2-for-3 day at the plate and a season-high six putouts Hit Streak.........................................4 games (4/17-4/24/12) in the field in a 10-9 win over No. 13 Kentucky on April 13. • Went 1-for-1 with a double and a walk as a pinch hitter in a 12-3 win over Arkansas State on May 8. • Closed the campaign with a 1-for-3 effort in the Vols’ 7-5 win over Texas A&M on May 18, picking up one run, one RBI, one walk and a stolen base against the Aggies. • Played summer ball with the Florence Red Wolves in the Coastal Plain League, starting 26 of the 27 games he played in and hitting .270 with eight RBIs and five doubles. • Named to the 2013 Western Division Coastal Plain League All-Star Team.

2012 - FRESHMAN

• Played in 40 games, starting 15 (10 first base, 2 third base, 2 left field, 1 second base) as a true freshman. • Hit .275 with one double and eight RBIs. • Was a perfect 5-for-5 in stolen-base attempts. • Walked eight times and was hit by three pitches to up his on-base percentage to .470, the third-highest on the team. • Tied for the team lead with two pinch hits, going 2-for-6 in those opportunities. • Hit .308 (8-for-26) with runners in scoring position. • Recorded three multi-hit games, including a 2-for-4, two-RBI effort against Mississippi Valley State on March 27.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Graduated from Webb School of Knoxville in Knoxville, Tenn., where he was coached by his father, Clark Wormsley. • Was named to the 2011 Louisville Slugger High School All-American Team, All-PrepXtra Baseball First Team, Division II-A East/ Middle All-Region and All-Region Tournament teams, 2011 All-Region Tournament MVP, 2011 All-KLS Team, 2011 Rawlings All Americans and Southeastl Region All-High School Senior Second Team, a Louisville Slugger All-American Honorable Mention (2009-2010) and a 2010 Perfect Game USA All American Underclass Honorable Mention. • Led the Spartans to a 30-9 record and a Division II-A State Championship runner-up finish as a senior in 2011, hitting .467 with 43 RBIs and six home runs. • Also posted a 7-1 record on the mound with a 1.71 ERA. • In his junior campaign, the Spartans went 30-6 and were the 2010 Division II-A State Champions as he hit .514 with 26 RBIs and five home runs and was 6-1 with a 1.59 ERA on the mound. • A multi-sport athlete, he also lettered in basketball and football. • As the Spartan quarterback, he garnered TSWA All-State and All-Region honors after leading the team to a 12-1 record and a 2009 Division II-A State Championship.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Parker Scott Wormsley • Born January 15, 1992, in Knoxville, Tenn. • Son of Clark and Jody Wormsley • Has one sibling, Jordan

• Credits his brother, a former Vanderbilt baseball player, and current Webb School head baseball coach, as his biggest sports influence • Enjoys fishing and golfing

 WORMSLEY CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI OBP SLG OPS Avg. 2012 40-15 69 8 19 1 0 0 8 .370 .290 .660 .275 2013 38-21 76 11 17 1 0 0 9 .322 .237 .559 .224 TOTALS 78-36 145 19 36 2 0 0 17 .345 .262 .607 .248

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SO GDP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

OB% SB 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .333 0 .000 0 .000 0 .231 0 .333 0 .667 0 .000 0 .000 0 .125 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .375 0 .000 0

PLAYERS

R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 .667 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 .231 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .333 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 3 .600 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 6 .375 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0

COACHES

AB 0 1 1 3 3 1 13 6 5 3 4 7 0 2 16 4

GENERAL INFO

WORMSLEY - CAREER vs. 2014 OPPONENTS Opponent Avg GP-GS Alabama .000 3-1 Auburn .000 1-0 Austin Peay 1.000 1-1 ETSU .333 2-0 Florida .000 3-1 Georgia .000 1-0 Kentucky .231 5-4 MTSU .333 2-2 Mississippi St. .600 2-0 Missouri .000 2-1 Morehead State .000 1-1 South Carolina .000 5-2 Tennessee Tech .000 1-0 UNLV .000 3-1 Vanderbilt .375 6-4 Virginia Tech .000 1-1

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2012-13 - AT MERIDIAN CC

• Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 15th round (466th overall) of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft. • Played the past two seasons in the outfield for Meridian Community College in Meridian, Miss. • Ranked by Baseball America as the top prospect in the Jayhawk League while playing for the Dodge City Athletics. • Rated at the ninth-best junior college prospect by Baseball America. • Tabbed the No. 26 junior college prospect in the nation by Perfect Game in 2013. • Named First Team MISS-LOU All-Conference in 2013. • Posted 99 hits in 99 games, hitting at a .288 clip with 72 runs scored. • Added 10 doubles, 39 RBIs and stole 48 bases in 55 attempts.

HIGH SCHOOL

• Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 30th round (926th overall) of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. • Graduated from Lafayette High School in Lexington, Ky. • Four-year letterwinner, two-time all-state and all-city selection.

PERSONAL

• Full name is Jonathan Pierre Youngblood • Born July 13, 1993 • Son of Reginald and Deneene Youngblood • Has one sister, Samantha

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R/R • 6-3 • 185 Outfielder Lexington, Ky. Lafayette HS/Meridian CC

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Will Maddox 1 • Jr. • INF

Taylor Smart 2 • Sr. • INF

Parker Wormsley 4 • Jr. • INF/OF

Scott Price 5 • Sr. • OF/1B

Jeff Moberg 6 • So. • INF

Jordan Rodgers 7 • Fr. • INF

A.J. Simcox 10 • So. • INF

Kyle Serrano 11 • Fr. • RHP

Nick Senzel 13 • Fr. • INF

Tyler Schultz 14 • Jr. • C

Nathaniel Maggio 15 • Fr. • 1B

Derek Lance 17 • So. • OF/INF

Peter Lenstrohm 19 • Jr. • RHP

Christin Stewart 20 • So. • OF

Trevor Bettencourt 21 • So. • RHP

David Houser 22 • So. • C

Forrest Bramlett 23 • Fr. • C

Andrew Lee 24 • So. • RHP/1B

Johnny Youngblood 25 • Jr. • OF

Andrew Plunkett 26 • Fr. • OF

Drake Owenby 28 • So. • LHP

Bret Marks 29 • Jr. • RHP

Dalton Saberhagen 31 • Sr. • RHP

Josh Peterson 32 • Jr. • RHP

Nick Williams 34 • Sr. • RHP

Pierce Bily 35 • Sr. • OF

Zac Grotz 37 • Jr. • RHP

Hunter Martin 38 • Fr. • RHP

Trevor Charpie 39 • So. • RHP

Vincent Jackson 40 • So. • OF

Eric Freeman 41 • Fr. • RHP

Tei Vanderford 42 • So. • RHP

Eric Martin 45 • Jr. • RHP

Andy Cox 46 • So. • LHP

Tony Asaro 30 • Volunteer Asst.

Rachel Miller Director of Ops.

Dave Serrano 12 • Head Coach

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OMAHA MAVERICKS

PURDUE BOILERMAKERS

Feb. 14-16 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Feb. 15-16 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Name: University of Nebraska Omaha Location: Omaha, Neb. Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 14,903 Conference: Summit League Colors: Crimson and Black Chancellor: Dr. John Christensen Athletics Director: Trev Alberts Head Coach: Bob Herold (UNO, 1972) Record at UNO: 447-302-2 (14 years) Career: 447-302-2 (14 years) Assistants: Chris Gadsden, Evan Porter, Dan McGinn 2013 Record: 27-22 (20-6 Summit League) 2013 Final RPI: 174 Home Stadium: Ballpark at Boys Town

Name: Purdue University Location: West Lafayette, Ind. Founded: 1869 Enrollment: 37,788 Conference: Big Ten Colors: Old Gold and Black President: Dr. Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. Athletics Director: Morgan J. Burke Head Coach: Doug Schreiber (Purdue, 1986) Record at Purdue: 442-398 (15 years) Career: 442-398 (15 years) Assistants: Tristan McIntyre, Wally Crancer, Payton Bieker 2013 Record: 17-34 (6-18 Big Ten) 2013 Final RPI: 205 Home Stadium (Capacity): Alexander Field (2,000)

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: First Meeting Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. UNO: NA

All-Time Series: Purdue leads 2-0, dating to 1948 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Purdue: NA

Media Relations

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Bonnie Ryan E-mail: bryan@unomaha.edu Web Site: www.omavs.com

Phone: (402) 554-3267

Baseball SID: Ben Turner E-mail: benturner@purdue.edu Phone: (765) 494-3198 Press Box Phone: (217) 549-7965 Web Site: www.purduesports.com

APPALACHIAN STATE MOUNTAINEERS

UNLV REBELS

Feb. 18 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Feb. 21-23 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Name: Appalachian State University Location: Boone, NC. Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 17,589 Conference: Southern Conference Colors: Black and Gold Chancellor: Kenneth E. Peacock Athletics Director: Charlie Cobb Head Coach: Billy Jones (Oregon State, 2001) Record at Appalachian State: 30-24 (1 year) Career: 30-24 (1 year) Assistants: Michael Rogers, Matt Payne, Coty Greene 2013 Record: 30-24 (13-14 SoCon) 2013 Final RPI: 91 Home Stadium (Capacity): Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium (1,000)

Name: University of Nevada, Las Vegas Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 27,000 Conference: Mountain West Colors: Scarlet and Gray President: Dr. Neal J. Smatresk Athletics Director: Tina Kunzer-Murphy Head Coach: Tim Chambers (Southern Utah, 1989) Record at UNLV: 96-76 (4 years) Career: 562-271-1 (14 years) Assistants: Stan Stolte, Kevin Higgins, Tony Cappuccilli 2013 Record: 37-20 (18-12 MWC) 2013 Final RPI: 84 Home Stadium (Capacity): Earl E. Wilson Stadium (3,000)

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 11-4, dating to 1977 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Appalachian State: NA

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Mike Flynn E-mail: flynnmh@appstate.edu Phone: (828) 262-2845 Web Site: www.AppStateSports.com

All-Time Series: UNLV leads 4-2, dating to 1988 Last Season: UNLV 3-1 2/15 L, 9-10 Las Vegas WP-Beresford LP-Saberhagen SV-Hartman 2/16 L, 4-5 Las Vegas WP-Borden LP-Esparza SV-None 2/16 W, 8-3 Las Vegas WP-Cox LP-Richy SV-Bettencourt 2/17 L, 2-3 Las Vegas WP-Beresford LP-Jackson SV-None Dave Serrano vs. UNLV: 6-6

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Sage Sammons E-mail: Sage.Sammons@UNLV.edu Web Site: www.UNLVRebels.com

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Feb. 28-March 2 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

LA SALLE EXPLORERS

March 4-5 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

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All-Time Series: First Meeting Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Quinnipiac: NA

All-Time Series: First Meeting Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. La Salle: NA

Phone: (203) 582-8625

Baseball SID: Paul Hembekides E-mail: hembekidesp1@lasalle.edu Web Site: www.GoExplorers.com

Phone: (215) 991-2886

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Name: La Salle University Location: Philadelphia, Penn. Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 7,554 Conference: Atlantic 10 Colors: Dark Blue and Gold President: Brother Michael McGinniss Athletics Director: Dr. Tom Brennan Head Coach: Mike Lake (La Salle, 1982) Record at La Salle: 129-186 (6 years) Career: 129-186 (6 years) Assistants: John Duffy, Scott Grimes, Michael McCarry 2013 Record: 24-29 (15-9 A-10) 2013 Final RPI: 217 Home Stadium (Capacity): Hank DeVincent Field (1,000)

COACHES

Name: Quinnipiac University Location: Hamden, Conn. Founded: 1929 Enrollment: 8,400 Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Colors: Blue and Gold President: Dr. John L. Lahey Athletics Director: Jack McDonald Head Coach: Dan Gooley (Quinnipiac, 1969) Record at Quinnipiac: 423-478-7 (22 years) Career: 524-568-8 (28 years) Assistants: John Delaney, Ryan Fuller, Brett Conner 2013 Record: 17-36 (12-20 Northeast) 2013 Final RPI: 250 Home Stadium (Capacity): Quinnipiac Baseball Field

Baseball SID: Ken Sweeten E-mail: kfsweeten@quinnipiac.edu Web Site: www.QuinnipiacBobcats.com

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March 7-9 u Tempe, Ariz. General Information

Name: Middle Tennessee State University Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 23,881 Conference: Conference USA Colors: Royal Blue and White President: Dr. Sidney A. McPhee Athletics Director: Chris Massaro Head Coach: Jim McGuire (Cumberland, 1985) Record at Middle Tennessee: 28-28 (1 year) Career: 248-144 (5 years) Assistants: Scott Hall, Skylar Meade, Brandon Nolen 2013 Record: 28-28 (11-19 Sun Belt) 2013 Final RPI: 93 Home Stadium (Capacity): Reese Smith Jr. Field (2,100)

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March 11 u Murfreesboro, Tenn. April 29 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

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Name: Arizona State University Location: Tempe, Ariz. Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 73,373 Conference: Pac-12 Colors: Maroon and Gold President: Dr. Michael Crow Athletics Director: Ray Anderson Head Coach: Tim Esmay (Arizona State, 1988) Record at Arizona State: 168-70-1 (4 years) Career: 381-305-2 (12 years) Assistants: Ken Knutson, Mike Benjamin, Greg Bordes 2013 Record: 37-22-1 (16-4 Pac-12) 2013 Final RPI: 20 Home Stadium (Capacity): Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark (3,879)

MTSU BLUE RAIDERS

Series Information

All-Time Series: Arizona State leads 13-2, dating to 1972 Last Season: Arizona State 2-1 2/22 L, 0-4 Knoxville WP-Williams LP-Godley SV-None 2/23 W, 11-2 Knoxville WP-Owenby LP-McCreery SV-None 2/24 L, 1-5 Knoxville WP-Kellogg LP-Cox SV-None Dave Serrano vs. Arizona State: 5-8

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 32-22 Last Season: MTSU 2-0 4/23 L, 5-11 Murfreesboro WP-Kessler LP-Thomas SV-None 4/30 L, 6-7 Knoxville WP-Slatton LP-Charpie SV-Cooper Dave Serrano vs. MTSU: 0-4

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Russell Luna E-mail: luna@goblueraiders.com Phone: (615) 898-5270 Press Box Phone: (615) 898-2117 Web Site: www.GoBlueRaiders.com

Baseball SID: Thomas Lenneberg Phone: (480) 965-6594 E-mail: Thomas.Lenneberg@asu.edu Press Box Phone: (480) 727-7253 Web Site: www.TheSunDevil.com

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AUSTIN PEAY GOVERNORS

March 14-16 u Columbia, Mo. General Information

Name: University of Missouri Location: Columbia, Mo. Founded: 1839 Enrollment: 34,616 Conference: SEC Colors: Old Gold and Black Chancellor: Dr. Brady Deaton Athletics Director: Michael Alden Head Coach: Tim Jamieson (New Orleans, 1984) Record at Missouri: 622-474-2 (17 years) Career: 622-474-2 (17 years) Assistants: Kerrick Jackson, Matt Hobbs, Evan Pratte, Dan Pietroburgo 2013 Record: 18-32 (10-20 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 147 Home Stadium (Capacity): Taylor Stadium at Simmons Field (3,031)

Series Information

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 2-1, dating back to 2013 Last Season: Tennessee 2-1 3/22 W, 4-0 Knoxville WP-Godley LP-Zastryzny SV-None 3/23 W, 7-6 Knoxville WP-Owenby LP-Williams SV-None 3/23 L, 6-14 Knoxville WP-Rash LP-Bettencourt SV-None Dave Serrano vs. Missouri: 2-2

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Shawn Davis E-mail: davisshaw@missouri.edu Web Site: www.mutigers.com

Phone: (573) 882-0711

March 18 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Name: Austin Peay State University Location: Clarksville, Tenn. Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 10,597 Conference: Ohio Valley Colors: Red and White President: Timothy Hall Athletics Director: Derek van der Merwe Head Coach: Gary McClure (Austin Peay, 1986) Record at Austin Peay: 799-691-4 (27 years) Career: 799-691-4 (27 years) Assistants: Derrick Dunbar, Joel Mangrum, Skyler Barnett 2013 Record: 47-15 (22-7 OVC) 2013 Final RPI: 26 Home Stadium (Capacity): Raymond C. Hand Park (777)

Series Information

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 17-4, dating to 1972 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Austin Peay: 0-1

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Cody Bush Phone: (931) 221-7561 E-mail: bushc@apsu.edu Press Box Phone: (931) 221-7406 Web Site: www.apsugovernors.com

AUBURN TIGERS

SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS

March 21-23 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

March 28-30 u Columbia, S.C. General Information

Name: Auburn University Location: Auburn, Ala. Founded: 1856 Enrollment: 25,469 Conference: SEC Colors: Burnt Orange and Navy Blue President: Dr. Jay Gogue Athletics Director: Jay Jacobs Head Coach: Sunny Golloway (Oklahoma Christian, 1984) Record at Auburn: 0-0 (First year) Career: 681-337-1 (17 years) Assistants: Scott Foxhall, Greg Norton, Hunter Vick 2013 Record: 33-23 (13-17 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 47 Home Stadium (Capacity): Plainsman Park (4,096)

Name: University of South Carolina Location: Columbia, S.C. Founded: 1801 Enrollment: 31,288 Conference: SEC Colors: Garnet and Black President: Dr. Harris Pastides Athletics Director: Ray Tanner Head Coach: Chad Holbrook (UNC, 1994) Record at South Carolina: 43-20 (1 year) Career: 43-20 (1 year) Assistants: Jerry Meyers, Sammy Esposito, Brian Buscher 2013 Record: 43-20 (17-12 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 13 Home Stadium (Capacity): Carolina Stadium (8,242)

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: Auburn leads 86-36, dating to 1948 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Auburn: 0-3

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Wes Todd Phone: (334) 844-9182 E-mail: wlt0006@auburn.edu Website: www.AuburnTigers.com

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All-Time Series: South Carolina leads 51-34, dating to 1912 Last Season: South Carolina 3-0 4/5 L, 4-5 Knoxville WP-Webb LP-Godley SV-None 4/6 L, 8-12 Knoxville WP-Westmoreland LP-Williams SV-None 4/7 L, 2-19 Knoxville WP-Holmes LP-Godley SV-None Dave Serrano vs. South Carolina: 1-5

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Andrew Kitick E-mail: kitick@mailbox.sc.edu Phone: (803) 777-5204 Web Site: www.GamecocksOnline.com

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VANDERBILT COMMODORES April 4-6 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 58-14, dating to 1967 Last Season: Tennessee 2-0 2/26 W, 9-7 Knoxville WP-Esparza LP-Jacques SV-Bettencourt 4/9 W, 4-3 Johnson City WP-Cox LP-Krieg SV-Bettencourt Dave Serrano vs. Tennessee Tech: 3-1

Media Relations

Phone: (423) 439-5263

April 8 u Cookeville, Tenn. General Information

Baseball SID: Kyle Parkinson E-mail: kyle.parkinson@vanderbilt.edu Phone: (615) 343-0020 Press Box Phone: (615) 320-0436 Web Site: www.VUCommodores.com

GEORGIA BULLDOGS

RECORDS & HONORS

TENNESSEE TECH GOLDEN EAGLES

Media Relations

April 10-12 u Athens, Ga. General Information

Name:  University of Georgia Location: Athens, Ga. Founded: 1785 Enrollment: 34,816 Conference: SEC Colors: Red and Black President: Dr. Jere W. Morehead Athletics Director: Greg McGarity Head Coach: Scott Stricklin (Kent State, 1995) Record at Georgia: 0-0 (First year) Career: 350-188 (9 years) Assistants: Fred Corral, Scott Daeley, Brandon May 2013 Record: 21-32 (7-20 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 132 Home Stadium (Capacity): Foley Field (3,291)

Series Information

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 115-105, dating to 1909 Last Season: Georgia 1-0 5/3 L, 7-8 Knoxville WP-Boling LP-Godley SV-Brown Dave Serrano vs. Georgia: 1-3

MEDIA INFO

Series Information

Media Relations

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Mike Lehman E-mail: mlehman@tntech.edu Web Site: www.TTUSports.com

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Name: Tennessee Technological University Location: Cookeville, Tenn. Founded: 1915 Enrollment: 11,873 Conference: Ohio Valley Conference Colors: Purple and Gold President: Dr. Philip Oldham Athletics Director: Mark Wilson Head Coach: Matt Bragga (Kentucky, 1994) Record at Tennessee Tech: 255-287-2 (11 years) Career: 255-287-2 (11 years) Assistants: Brandon Turner, Cody Church, Kyle Medley 2013 Record: 40-17 (24-6 OVC) 2013 Final RPI: 95 Home Stadium (Capacity): Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express Baseball Complex (1,100) All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 66-29-1, dating to 1942 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Tennessee Tech: 0-1

Phone: (931) 372-6139

REVIEW

Baseball SID: Kevin Brown E-mail: brownk@etsu.edu Web Site: www.etsubucs.com

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads, 168-148-2, dating to 1897 Last Season: Vanderbilt 3-0 3/29 L, 3-4 Nashville WP-Miller LP-Charpie SV-None 3/30 L, 3-8 Nashville WP-Beede LP-Williams SV-Fulmer 3/31 L, 8-12 Nashville WP-Miller LP-Charpie SV-Fulmer Dave Serrano vs. Vanderbilt: 1-5

OPPONENTS

Series Information

PLAYERS

Name: Vanderbilt University Location: Nashville, Tenn. Founded: 1873 Enrollment: 6,835 Conference: SEC Colors: Black and Gold Chancellor: Dr. Nicholas S. Zeppos Athletics Director: David Williams II Head Coach: Tim Corbin (Ohio Wesleyan, 1984) Record at Vanderbilt: 465-229 (11 years) Career: 571-367 (16 years) Assistants: Scott Brown, Travis Jewett, Drew Hedman 2013 Record: 54-12 (26-3 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 2 Home Stadium (Capacity): Charles Hawkins Field (3,626)

COACHES

Name: East Tennessee State University Location: Johnson City, Tenn. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 15,536 Conference: Atlantic Sun Colors: Navy Blue and Old Gold President: Dr. Brian Noland Athletics Director: Dustin Honeycutt Head Coach: Tony Skole (The Citadel, 1991) Record at ETSU: 366-414 (14 years) Career: 461-471 (17 years) Assistants: Kyle Bunn, Xan Barksdale, Chris Gordon 2013 Record: 36-24 (17-10 Atlantic Sun) 2013 Final RPI: 88 Home Stadium (Capacity): Thomas Stadium (1,000)

GENERAL INFO

ETSU BUCCANEERS

Baseball SID: Christopher Lakos E-mail: clakos@sports.uga.edu Phone: (706) 542-7994 Press Box Phone: (706) 542-6161 Web Site: www.GeorgiaDogs.com

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ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE

VIRGINIA TECH HOKIES April 15 u Salem, Va. General Information

April 18-20 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Name: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Location: Blacksburg,Virg. Founded: 1872 Enrollment: 31,000 Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange President: Dr. Charles W. Steger Athletics Director: Sharon McCloskey Head Coach: Patrick Mason (Northeastern, 2007) Record at Virginia Tech: 0-0 (First year) Career: 0-0 (First year) Assistants: Mike Kunigonis, Robert Woodard 2013 Record: 40-22 (15-14 ACC) 2013 Final RPI: 15 Home Stadium (Capacity): English Field (4,000)

Name:  University of Alabama Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. Founded: 1831 Enrollment: 34,852 Conference: SEC Colors: Crimson and white President: Dr. Judy L. Bonner Athletics Director: Bill Battle Head Coach: Mitch Gaspard (Louisiana Lafayette, 1988) Record at Alabama: 133-115 (4 years) Career: 343-253 (10 years) Assistants: Dax Norris, Andy Phillips, Bobby Barbier 2013 Record: 35-28 (14-15 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 29 Home Stadium (Capacity): Sewell-Thomas Stadium (6,571)

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: Virginia Tech leads 10-8, dating to 1911 Last Season: Tied 1-1 3/3 L, 3-7 Cary WP-Burke LP-Quillen SV-Joyce 4/16 W, 5-4 Greeneville WP-Thomas LP-O’Keefe SV-Cox Dave Serrano vs. Virginia Tech: 1-1

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Marc Mullen E-mail: marcm@vt.edu Phone: (540) 231-1894 Press Box Phone: (540) 231-8974 Web Site: www.HokieSports.com

All-Time Series: Alabama leads 69-33, dating to 1897 Last Season: Alabama 2-1 3/15 L, 1-12 Tuscaloosa WP-Sullivan LP-Godley SV-None 3/16 W, 7-6 Tuscaloosa WP-Bettencourt LP-Haack SV-Owenby 3/17 L, 1-15 Tuscaloosa WP-Turnbull LP-Cox SV-None Dave Serrano vs. Alabama: 4-2

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Rich Davi E-mail: rdavi@ia.ua.edu Web Site: www.RollTide.com

LSU TIGERS

KENTUCKY WILDCATS

May 1-3 u Knoxville, Tenn.

April 25-27 u Baton Rouge, La. General Information

Phone: (205) 348-3550

General Information

Name: Louisiana State University Location: Baton Rouge, La. Founded: 1860 Enrollment: 29,865 Conference: SEC Colors: Purple and Gold Chancellor: Dr. F. King Alexander Athletics Director: Joe Alleva Head Coach: Paul Mainieri (FIU, 1980) Record at LSU: 315-133-2 (7 years) Career: 1,179-625-7 (31 years) Assistants: Alan Dunn, Javi Sanchez, Will Davis 2013 Record: 57-11 (23-7 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 3 Home Stadium (Capacity): Alex Box Stadium (10,326)

Name:  University of Kentucky Location: Lexington, Ky. Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 27,000 Conference: SEC Colors: Blue and white President: Dr. Eli Capilouto Athletics Director: Mitch Barnhart Head Coach: Gary Henderson (San Diego State, 1984) Record at Kentucky: 159-124 (5 years) Career: 159-124 (5 years) Assistants: Brad Bohannon, Brian Green, Keith Vorhoff 2013 Record: 30-25 (11-19 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 50 Home Stadium (Capacity): Cliff Hagan Stadium (3,000)

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: LSU leads 21-50, dating to 1907 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. LSU: 0-3

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Bill Franques E-mail: wfranqu@lsu.edu Phone: (225) 578-2527 Press Box Phone: (225) 578-4149 Web Site: www.LSUsports.net

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All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 151-130, dating to 1915 Last Season: Tennessee 2-1 4/12 L, 4-5 Lexington WP-Shepherd LP-Saberhagen SV-Gott 4/13 W, 10-9 Lexington WP-Williams LP-Grundy SV-Moberg 4/14 W, 5-0 Lexington WP-Godley LP-Littrell SV-None Dave Serrano vs. Kentucky: 3-3

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Brent Ingram Phone: (859) 257-3838 Press Box Phone: (859) 257-9011 E-mail: brent.ingram@uky.edu Web Site: www.ukathletics.com

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May 6 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS May 9-11 u Starkville, Miss. General Information

Series Information

Media Relations

Media Relations

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 22-6, dating to 1987 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. UNC Asheville: NA

All-Time Series: Mississippi State leads 53-25, dating to 1917 Last Season: None Dave Serrano vs. Mississippi State: 0-3

May 13 u Knoxville, Tenn.

May 15-17 u Knoxville, Tenn. General Information

Name:  University of Florida Location: Gainesville, Fla. Founded: 1853 Enrollment: 49,913 Conference: SEC Colors: Orange and blue President: Bernie Machen Athletics Director: Jeremy Foley Head Coach: Kevin O’Sullivan (Virginia, 1991) Record at Florida: 252-132 (6 years) Career: 252-132 (6 years) Assistants: Craig Bell, Brad Weitzel, Buddy Munroe 2013 Record: 29-30 (14-16 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 48 Home Stadium (Capacity): McKethan Stadium (5,500)

Series Information

Series Information

All-Time Series: Tennessee leads 31-2, dating to 1987 Last Season: Tennessee 1-0 5/14 W, 6-4 Knoxville WP-Charpie LP-Keele SV-Owenby Dave Serrano vs. Morehead State: 1-0

Media Relations

Baseball SID: Brent Fritzemeier E-mail: b.fritzemeier@moreheadstate.edu Phone: (606) 783-5481 Web Site: www.MSUEagles.com

MEDIA INFO

Name: Morehead State University Location: Morehead, Kent. Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 11,172 Conference: Ohio Valley Colors: Blue and Gold President: Dr. Wayne D. Andrews Athletics Director: Brian Hutchinson Head Coach: Mike McGuire (South Carolina, 1992) Record at Morehead State: 16-40 (1 year) Career: 158-129 (5 years) Assistants: Jeff Stanek, Adam Brown, Graham Johnson 2013 Record: 16-40 (10-20 OVC) 2013 Final RPI: 265 Home Stadium (Capacity): Allen Field (1,000)

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FLORIDA GATORS

RECORDS & HONORS

MOREHEAD STATE EAGLES

Baseball SID: Kyle Niblett E-mail: kniblett@athletics.msstate.edu Phone: (662) 325-8040 Press Box Phone: (662) 325-3776 Web Site: www.HailState.com

All-Time Series: Florida leads 142-77, dating to 1916 Last Season: Florida 2-1 4/26 L, 2-7 Gainesville WP-Young LP-Quillen SV-None 4/27 L, 2-3 Gainesville WP-Magliozzi LP-Bettencourt SV-None 4/28 W, 4-2 Gainesville WP-Godley LP-Poyner SV-None Dave Serrano vs. Florida: 2-4

Media Relations

Baseball SID: John Hines E-mail: johnh@gators.ufl.edu Phone: (352) 317-7386 Press Box Phone: (352) 375-4683 (Ext. 4355) Website: www.GatorZone.com

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REVIEW

Baseball SID: Matt Pellegrin E-mail: mpellegr@unca.edu Phone: (828) 251-6931 Web Site: www.UNCABulldogs.com

OPPONENTS

Series Information

PLAYERS

Name:  Mississippi State University Location: Starkville, Miss. Founded: 1878 Enrollment: 20,365 Conference: SEC Colors: Maroon and white President: Dr. Mark E. Keenum Athletics Director: Scott Stricklin Head Coach: John Cohen (Mississippi State, 1990) Record at Mississippi State: 177-131 (5 years) Career: 498-327 (14 years) Assistants: Butch Thompson, Nick Mingione 2013 Record: 51-20 (16-14 SEC) 2013 Final RPI: 8 Home Stadium (Capacity): Polk-DeMent Stadium (15,000)

COACHES

Name: University of North Carolina at Asheville Location: Asheville, NC. Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 3,644 Conference: Big South Colors: Blue and White Chancellor: Anne Ponder Athletics Director: Janet Cone Head Coach: Tom Smith (Western Carolina, 1976) Record at UNC Asheville: 74-136 (4 years) Career: 74-136 (4 years) Assistants: Jeremy Plexico, Brent Walsh, Jordan Lurie 2013 Record: 16-35 (4-18 Big South) 2013 Final RPI: 209 Home Stadium (Capacity): Greenwood Baseball Field (400)

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The Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament returns for a 17th straight year to the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in the south-Birmingham city of Hoover, Ala., May 20-25. The 2014 SEC Baseball Tournament will continue to feature 12 teams and will remain set to begin on Tuesday, May 20. Seeds 5-12 will meet in a single elimination format on the opening day of the tournament, followed by traditional double-elimination play Wednesday-Friday. The tournament will return to single elimination play on Saturday. A total of 17 games will be played throughout the tournament. The 12 teams are seeded 1-12 with the two divisional champions and top four seeds guaranteed opening-round byes, with the possibility of earning another later in the bracket. The tournament field will include the top teams from the SEC’s Eastern and Western Divisions plus 10 at-large bids seeded 3-12 based on conference winning percentage. Last season, an epic championship game featured LSU defeat Vanderbilt 5-4 in 11 innings in front of over 10,500 fans and a national television audience on ESPN2 in a battle between the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the nation. The Hoover Met formerly served as home of the Double-A Birmingham Barons (Chicago White Sox) of the Southern League. The stadium also has served as host of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Final Four, as well as home to the nationally renowned Hoover Buccaneer high school football program. Located eight miles south of Birmingham, Regions Park seats 10,800 for baseball, but can accommodate over 16,000 when the patio, banquet and side grassy areas are used. The stadium also houses 12 suites and state-of-the-art dressing and training rooms. Wireless internet access was added in 2004, concourse and signage renovation was done in 2005 and a second-level pressbox expansion, new stadium seating and an exterior facelift in 2007 completed a $6 million renovation project. A new HD video scoreboard was added in 2008, while the SEC introduced the nation to a ‘pitch clock’ in 2010. A new sound systems and concourse amenities such as refurbished restrooms big screen HDTVs at concessions stands were added in 2012. The 2013 SEC Baseball Tournament drew 134,396 fans to The Hoover Met, a new record-high for the event. Eight times in the last 11 years the tournament has surpassed the six-digit mark in total attendance. Last season’s tournament also saw the semifinals broadcast nationally for the first time, airing on ESPNEWS. The SEC is currently scheduled to keep its baseball tournament in Hoover at The Hoover Met through 2016 under the current contract. All games of the tournament have been televised in high definition since 2008, with ESPN set to broadcast the championship game nationally for the fifth straight year in 2013. SEC Tournament Seeding: The two division champions shall be automatically seeded number one and number two based on winning percentage in conference competition. The rest shall be seeded numbers three through ten based on winning percentage without regard to division. Ties will be broken in the following manner: 1. Two-Team Tie: When two teams are tied for a finish, the following procedure will be used (in the following order until the tie is broken): A. Won-lost results of head-to-head competition between the two tied teams. B. If they are divisional opponents: 1. Won-lost percentage within their division (over the 15-game SEC division schedule). 2. Won-lost percentage of the two teams versus the No. 1 team in their division (and proceeding through the No. 7 team, if necessary). C. If two teams are not divisional opponents: 1. Won-lost record of the two teams versus the No. 1 seed using common opponents only (and proceed ing through the No. 10 seed, if necessary). 2. Coin flip by the Commissioner. 2. Three-Team Tie (or more): When three or more teams are tied for a finish, the following procedure will be used (in descending order until the tie is broken). (Note: If the three tied teams have three different records against each other, they shall be seeded in best-percentage order. Otherwise, once the three-team tie is broken, the two-team tie-breaker will be used): A. If all three teams are common opponents: Total won-lost percentage of games played among the tied teams. B. Won-lost percentage of the tied teams versus the No. 1 seed and proceeding through the No. 10 seed, if necessary, using common opponents only. C. If three or more teams still are tied, the Commissioner will conduct a draw.

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2013 REVIEW

2013 REVIEW  2013 FINAL RESULTS DATE

OPPOSING TEAM

SCORE

R-H-E

R-H-E

Feb 15, 2013

at UNLV

9-10 L

9-13-2

10-14-3

INNS OVERALL SEC 9

0-1-0

0-0-0 SABERHAGEN (L 0-1) 1047

PITCHER OF RECORD ATT. TIME 3:23

Feb 16, 2013

at UNLV

W 8-3

8-11-1

3-6-4

7

1-1-0

0-0-0 COX (W 1-0)

870

2:09

Feb 16, 2013

at UNLV

4-5 L

4-9-1

5-12-1

9

1-2-0

0-0-0 ESPARZA (L 0-1)

870

2:41

Feb 17, 2013

at UNLV

2-3

L

2-11-2

3-9-0

(14)

1-3-0

0-0-0 JACKSON (L 0-1)

829

3:47

Feb 22, 2013

ARIZONA STATE

0-4 L

Feb 23, 2013

ARIZONA STATE

Feb 24, 2013

ARIZONA STATE

Feb 26, 2013

ETSU

Mar 01, 2013

vs. Notre Dame

Mar 02, 2013

vs. UMass

Mar 03, 2013

vs. Virginia Tech

Mar 08, 2013

ALCORN STATE

Mar 09, 2013 Mar 10, 2013

0-3-1

4-6-0

9

1-4-0

0-0-0 GODLEY (L 0-1)

2202

2:18

11-10-1

2-8-4

9

2-4-0

0-0-0 OWENBY (W 1-0)

1951

2:57

1-5

L

1-5-0

5-7-2

9

2-5-0

0-0-0 COX (L 1-1)

2355

2:24

W 9-7

9-10-1

7-9-1

9

3-5-0

0-0-0 ESPARZA (W 1-1)

1039

3:00

2-3

L

2-7-1

3-14-1

(12)

3-6-0

0-0-0 BETTENCOURT (L 0-1) 404

3:34

W 6-4

6-9-3

4-13-2

9

4-6-0

0-0-0 THOMAS (W 1-0)

0

2:56

L

3-8-1

7-11-1

9

4-7-0

0-0-0 QUILLEN (L 0-1)

376

2:31

W 16-0

16-17-1

0-3-3

9

5-7-0

0-0-0 GODLEY (W 1-1)

1981

2:57

ALCORN STATE

W 13-6

13-15-0

6-6-3

9

6-7-0

0-0-0 CHARPIE (W 1-0)

1534

2:47

ALCORN STATE

W 12-4

12-11-1

4-6-2

9

7-7-0

0-0-0 QUILLEN (W 1-1)

1435

3:02

Mar 12, 2013

WESTERN KY

W 4-0

4-6-0

0-9-1

9

8-7-0

0-0-0 BETTENCOURT (W 1-1) 1651

2:34

Mar 13, 2013

WESTERN KY

W 5-4

5-12-0

4-13-4

(10)

9-7-0

0-0-0 WILLIAMS (W 1-0)

1189

3:23

* Mar 15, 2013

at Alabama

1-3-4

12-11-0

9

9-8-0

0-1-0

GODLEY (L 1-2)

3497

2:24

* Mar 16, 2013

at Alabama

W 7-6

7-7-2

6-12-4

9

10-8-0

1-1-0

BETTENCOURT (W 2-1) 3668

3:13

* Mar 17, 2013

at Alabama

1-15 L

1-9-1

15-20-1

9

10-9-0

1-2-0

COX (L 1-2)

3376

2:38

Mar 20, 2013

W. CAROLINA

W 11-2

3-7

1-12 L

W 10-5

10-14-0 5-11-3

9

11-9-0

1-2-0

CHARPIE (W 2-0)

1358

2:51

* Mar 22, 2013 MISSOURI

W 4-0

4-6-1

0-5-0

9

12-9-0

2-2-0

GODLEY (W 2-2)

1393

2:27

* Mar 23, 2013 MISSOURI

W 7-6

7-16-1

6-8-0

9

13-9-0

3-2-0

OWENBY (W 2-0)

-

2:44

* Mar 23, 2013 MISSOURI

6-14 L

6-10-0

14-16-1

9

13-10-0

3-3-0

BETTENCOURT (L 2-2) 1560

* Mar 29, 2013 at Vanderbilt

3-4 L

3-11-2

4-8-1

(12)

13-11-0

3-4-0 CHARPIE (L 2-1)

2637

* Mar 30, 2013 at Vanderbilt

3-8 L

3-7-3

8-6-0

9

13-12-0

3-5-0

WILLIAMS (L 1-1)

2762

3:10

* Mar 31, 2013

at Vanderbilt

8-12 L

8-16-2

12-16-1

9

13-13-0

3-6-0 CHARPIE (L 2-2)

2416

3:23

Apr 02, 2013

LONGWOOD

5-7

2:52

2:46 3:50

L

5-12-3

7-10-3

9

13-14-0

3-6-0 CHARPIE (L 2-3)

1343

* Apr 05, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA

4-5 L

4-5-2

5-7-1

9

13-15-0

3-7-0

3110

2:57

* Apr 06, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA

8-12 L

8-13-1

12-17-1

9

13-16-0

3-8-0 WILLIAMS (L 1-2)

2454

3:29

* Apr 07, 2013

SOUTH CAROLINA

2-19 L

Apr 09, 2013

at ETSU

* Apr 12, 2013

at Kentucky

* Apr 13, 2013

at Kentucky

W 10-9

* Apr 14, 2013

at Kentucky

W 5-0

Apr 16, 2013

vs. Virginia Tech

W 5-4

* Apr 19, 2013

GODLEY (L 2-3)

2-6-3

19-21-2

9

13-17-0

3-9-0 GODLEY (L 2-4)

2637

2:32

4-9-0

3-7-1

9

14-17-0

3-9-0 COX (W 2-2)

1752

2:38

4-5 L

4-12-1

5-10-1

9

14-18-0

3-10-0 SABERHAGEN (L 0-2) 2049

3:07

10-15-1

9-6-2

9

15-18-0

4-10-0 WILLIAMS (W 2-2)

2726

3:28

5-8-1

0-6-0

9

16-18-0

5-10-0 GODLEY (W 3-4)

2162

2:37

5-7-3

4-6-4

9

17-18-0

5-10-0 THOMAS (W 2-0)

2518

2:26 2:06

W 4-3

OLE MISS

0-5 L

0-3-1

5-14-3

9

17-19-0

5-11-0 QUILLEN (L 1-2)

2713

* Apr 20, 2013 OLE MISS

4-6 L

4-9-1

6-12-1

9

17-20-0

5-12-0 WILLIAMS (L 2-3)

2521

3:14

* Apr 21, 2013

OLE MISS

3-4 L

3-8-3

4-6-0

9

17-21-0

5-13-0 GODLEY (L 3-5)

2136

2:28

Apr 23, 2013

at MTSU

2:49

5-11 L

5-8-0

11-14-0

9

17-22-0

5-13-0 THOMAS (L 2-1)

2540

* Apr 26, 2013 at Florida

2-7

L

2-10-1

7-11-1

9

17-23-0

5-14-0 QUILLEN (L 1-3)

3864

2:27

* Apr 27, 2013

2-3

L

2-8-2

3-11-0

(10)

17-24-0

5-15-0 BETTENCOURT (L 2-3) 4825

3:23

at Florida

* Apr 28, 2013 at Florida

W 4-2

4-6-0

2-7-0

9

18-24-0

6-15-0 GODLEY (W 4-5)

4092

2:45

Apr 30, 2013

6-7

L

6-10-0

7-9-1

9

18-25-0

6-15-0 CHARPIE (L 2-4)

1515

2:40

7-8

L

7-11-0

8-16-0

9

18-26-0

6-16-0 GODLEY (L 4-6)

1998

2:52

12-14-1

3-6-1

9

19-26-0

6-16-0 QUILLEN (W 2-3)

1535

2:57

8-13-0

3-4-1

9

20-26-0

7-16-0 GODLEY (W 5-6)

9110

2:39

1-7-2

11-12-0

9

20-27-0

7-17-0 WILLIAMS (L 2-4)

9639

3:16

2-6-0

10-14-0

9

20-28-0

7-18-0 QUILLEN (L 2-4)

8523

2:36

6-9-1

4-6-3

9

21-28-0

7-18-0 CHARPIE (W 3-4)

1597

2:18

L

1-7-1

5-9-0

9

21-29-0

7-19-0 GODLEY (L 5-7)

1776

2:08

4-8-0

8-10-0

9

21-30-0

7-20-0 OWENBY (L 2-1)

1956

2:52

7-10-3

5-11-0

9

22-30-0

8-20-0 MARTIN, E. (W 1-0)

1971

2:59

MTSU

* May 03, 2013 GEORGIA May 08, 2013

ARKANSAS STATE W 12-3

* May 10, 2013 at Arkansas

W 8-3

* May 11, 2013

at Arkansas

1-11

* May 12, 2013

at Arkansas

2-10 L

May 14, 2013

MOREHEAD STATE W 6-4

* May 16, 2013

TEXAS A&M

* May 17, 2013 * May 18, 2013

L

1-5

TEXAS A&M

4-8 L

TEXAS A&M

W 7-5

* = Conference game () extra inning game

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 2013 OVERALL STATISTICS GP-GS 45-45 51-51 46-43 43-38 50-48 49-46 49-45 37-30

AB 183 207 145 155 180 172 150 115

R 25 42 27 17 25 29 29 8

H 66 69 45 45 51 46 39 22

2B 10 8 8 9 4 9 7 4

3B HR RBI TB 1 2 25 84 2 0 20 81 2 3 27 66 3 2 24 66 1 0 26 57 0 2 19 61 0 0 25 46 0 0 11 26

SLG% BB .459 20 .391 21 .455 21 .426 6 .317 12 .355 23 .307 21 .226 11

HBP SO 1 21 12 31 6 31 1 23 3 33 5 47 7 35 3 40

GDP 6 0 1 1 0 1 1 1

OB% .424 .425 .414 .317 .338 .365 .372 .279

SF SH SB-ATT PO 1 1 4-10 372 0 2 22-27 47 2 0 5-8 34 2 0 5-6 77 0 11 8-11 83 3 3 12-17 82 2 5 10-13 107 0 2 0-2 162

E FLD% 1 .998 10 .923 0 1.000 2 .976 19 .923 4 .980 3 .974 4 .979

PB - Team (5), HOUSER 3, BENNETT 2, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (7), COX 3, QUILLEN 1, WILLIAMS 1, MANIS 1, CHARPIE 1, Opp (12). SBA/ATT - HOUSER (25-34), BENNETT (22-29), GODLEY (11-16), QUILLEN (10-15), BETTENCOURT (9-10), MANIS (7-9), MARTIN, E. (6-9), OWENBY (5-6), COX (4-5), WILLIAMS (2-4), ESPARZA (4-4), THOMAS (2-2), SABERHAGEN (1-2). ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP 3.49 5 7 16 14 6 2 1 0 108.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 12 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 6 4 52 3 2

0 1 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 1 1 0 38.2 34 19 15 18 24 8 2 2 149 .228 4 2 1 0 61.0 60 40 34 25 56 18 3 6 232 .259 8 5 0 1 47.2 53 33 28 20 31 7 1 6 184 .288 5 8 1 2 27.1 20 17 17 22 20 5 0 2 98 .204 0 0 1 3 34.2 44 26 25 18 24 13 0 2 142 .310 6 6 0 0 51.2 75 42 39 16 30 17 5 4 212 .354 9 6 1 0 21.0 29 19 16 5 7 9 1 2 86 .337 1 2 0 2 38.0 50 32 29 17 22 8 1 3 155 .323 3 12 0 0 18.2 24 16 15 5 7 7 1 3 76 .316 0 1 1 0 13.2 24 13 13 11 3 4 0 4 62 .387 2 0 1 0 3.0 7 4 3 0 2 0 0 0 16 .438 0 3 0 0 0.2 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 3 .333 1 0 2 9 464.2 521 315 277 191 325 111 17 40 1829 .285 48 52 1 10 466.0 490 276 229 192 359 84 12 13 1783 .275 43 63

0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 8

C PO A 51 48 3 34 34 0 29 25 4 10 8 2 9 4 5 9 9 0 8 2 6 7 3 4 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 406 372 33 60 51 8 52 50 1 203 82 117 147 126 18 190 162 24 82 77 3 114 107 4 107 54 48 19 5 13 33 30 1 15 5 9 130 47 73 246 83 144 14 3 9 5 1 3 11 2 6 0 0 0 1998 1394 541 2066 1397 600

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .998 1 .983 1 .981 4 .980 3 .980 4 .979 2 .976 3 .974 5 .953 1 .947 2 .939 1 .933 10 .923 19 .923 2 .857 1 .800 3 .727 0 .000 63 .968 69 .967

DPs 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 3 1 20 1 0 1 0 8 1 0 0 5 29 0 0 0 0 38 28

SBA 0 0 7 6 5 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 22 25 0 0 0 11 0 10 0 0 4 1 9 0 54 85

CSB SBA% 0 .000 0 .000 2 .778 3 .667 1 .833 0 .000 2 .500 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 7 .759 9 .735 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 5 .688 0 .000 5 .667 0 .000 0 .000 1 .800 1 .500 1 .900 0 .000 19 .740 31 .733

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 8

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

Inning-by-Inning Scoring: Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total

Tennessee 33 25 50 30 29 31 21 32 23 2 276 Opponents 34 35 45 42 30 26 26 46 26 5 315 Multi-Hit Games: 2 3 4 5+ Total 1 Will Maddox 16 7 - - 23 5 Scott Price 11 4 2 1 18 20 Christin Stewart 11 1 - - 12 40 Vincent Jackson 8 3 1 - 12 10 A.J. Simcox 5 6 - - 11 2 Taylor Smart 10 1 - - 11 35 Pierce Bily 2 6 - - 8 21 Ethan Bennett 5 1 - - 6 4 Parker Wormsley 6 - - - 6 22 David Houser 3 1 - - 4 8 Vance Vizcaino 3 - - - 3 24 Andrew Lee 1 - 1 - 2 6 Jeff Moberg 2 - - - 2 TEAM 83 30 4 1 118 Multi-RBI Games: 2 3 4 5+ Total 20 Christin Stewart 4 3 - - 7 5 Scott Price 5 2 - - 7 10 A.J. Simcox 4 2 - - 6 35 Pierce Bily 5 - - - 5 2 Taylor Smart 3 1 - - 4 8 Vance Vizcaino 4 - - - 4 40 Vincent Jackson 3 1 - - 4 1 Will Maddox 2 - 1 - 3 21 Ethan Bennett 2 - - 1 3 6 Jeff Moberg 2 - - - 2 24 Andrew Lee 1 - - 1 2 4 Parker Wormsley - 1 - - 1 22 David Houser 1 - - - 1 TEAM 36 10 1 2 49

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MEDIA INFO

No. Player 4 Parker Wormsley 20 Christin Stewart 32 Jason Manis 45 Eric Martin 28 Drake Owenby 24 Andrew Lee 34 Nick Williams 39 Trevor Charpie 27 Matt Esparza 26 Heath Loyd 29 Blake Thomas 7 Davis Aiken 5 Scott Price 11 Zach Luther 8 Vance Vizcaino 2 Taylor Smart 21 Ethan Bennett 22 David Houser 40 Vincent Jackson 35 Pierce Bily 6 Jeff Moberg 15 Zack Godley 17 Derek Lance 19 Aaron Quillen 1 Will Maddox 10 A.J. Simcox 46 Andy Cox 31 Dalton Saberhagen 42 Trevor Bettencour 25 Michael Flax Totals Opponents

VOLMANAC

PB - Team (5), HOUSER 3, BENNETT 2, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (7), COX 3, QUILLEN 1, WILLIAMS 1, MANIS 1, CHARPIE 1, Opp (12). SBA/ATT - HOUSER (25-34), BENNETT (22-29), GODLEY (11-16), QUILLEN (10-15), BETTENCOURT (9-10), MANIS (7-9), MARTIN, E. (6-9), OWENBY (5-6), COX (4-5), WILLIAMS (2-4), ESPARZA (4-4), THOMAS (2-2), SABERHAGEN (1-2).

RECORDS & HONORS

0.00 0 0 1 3.49 1 0 22 5.02 2 4 18 5.29 2 2 21 5.60 2 1 16 6.49 2 3 20 6.79 2 4 14 6.86 0 2 16 6.87 3 4 21 7.23 2 1 7 8.56 1 1 8 9.00 0 0 2 13.50 0 1 1 5.37 22 30 52 4.42 30 22 52

H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK 100 53 42 32 98 15 3 6 413 .242 9 6 0

REVIEW

No. Player 15 Zack Godley -------------6 Jeff Moberg 45 Eric Martin 34 Nick Williams 46 Andy Cox 28 Drake Owenby 42 Trevor Bettencour 19 Aaron Quillen 31 Dalton Saberhagen 39 Trevor Charpie 29 Blake Thomas 27 Matt Esparza 25 Michael Flax 40 Vincent Jackson Totals Opponents

OPPONENTS

126 18 3 .980 54 48 5 .953 48 3 0 1.000 50 1 1 .981 1 1 0 1.000 9 0 0 1.000 51 8 1 .983 30 1 2 .939 25 4 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 5 13 1 .947 3 4 0 1.000 1394 541 63 .968 1397 600 69 .967

PLAYERS

.321 32-25 81 14 26 10 2 3 17 49 .605 12 7 18 0 .450 0 0 5-6 .242 36-25 99 12 24 2 0 0 10 26 .263 10 8 19 1 .359 0 12 4-4 .224 38-21 76 11 17 1 0 0 9 18 .237 7 4 11 1 .322 0 7 1-1 .213 27-13 61 12 13 4 1 0 10 19 .311 11 2 17 1 .351 0 0 4-5 .200 7-0 5 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 .400 0 0 1 0 .200 0 0 0-0 .187 25-18 75 11 14 3 0 1 9 20 .267 6 3 17 0 .274 0 0 2-2 .176 26-6 34 3 6 2 0 0 3 8 .235 4 0 5 0 .256 1 1 3-4 .143 15-11 35 7 5 2 0 0 2 7 .200 6 0 8 0 .268 0 0 0-0 .125 16-2 8 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .125 1 0 2 0 .222 0 2 0-0 .000 1-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 .275 52-52 1783 276 490 84 12 13 238 637 .357 192 63 359 14 .364 11 46 85-116 .285 52-52 1829 315 521 111 17 40 292 786 .430 191 52 325 20 .364 25 37 54-73

A 33 73 0 3 144 117 4 24

COACHES

AVG .361 .333 .310 .290 .283 .267 .260 .191

GENERAL INFO

Record: 22-30 Home: 13-14 Away: 7-14 SEC: 8-20 No. Player 5 Scott Price 1 Will Maddox 20 Christin Stewart 40 Vincent Jackson 10 A.J. Simcox 2 Taylor Smart 35 Pierce Bily 22 David Houser -------------21 Ethan Bennett 6 Jeff Moberg 4 Parker Wormsley 8 Vance Vizcaino 26 Heath Loyd 24 Andrew Lee 11 Zach Luther 17 Derek Lance 32 Jason Manis 7 Davis Aiken 15 Zack Godley 39 Trevor Charpie Totals Opponents

2013 REVIEW  2013 SEC STATISTICS Record: 8-20 Home: 3-10 Away: 5-10 No. Player 5 Scott Price 21 Ethan Bennett 10 A.J. Simcox 40 Vincent Jackson 1 Will Maddox 20 Christin Stewart 2 Taylor Smart 35 Pierce Bily -------------22 David Houser 4 Parker Wormsley 6 Jeff Moberg 17 Derek Lance 11 Zach Luther 8 Vance Vizcaino 24 Andrew Lee 7 Davis Aiken 26 Heath Loyd 32 Jason Manis 39 Trevor Charpie 15 Zack Godley Totals Opponents

AVG .358 .345 .327 .312 .306 .274 .245 .226

GP-GS 23-23 22-17 28-27 24-22 28-28 26-25 28-28 26-25

.204 17-13 .186 22-13 .180 19-12 .130 9-7 .118 12-3 .118 12-3 .095 9-5 .000 1-0 .000 4-0 .000 9-0 .000 1-0 .000 1-1 .265 28-28 .308 28-28

AB 95 58 98 93 108 84 98 84

R 8 8 12 9 23 10 14 10

H 34 20 32 29 33 23 24 19

2B 0 6 3 8 5 7 5 3

3B HR RBI TB 0 1 14 37 1 3 12 37 1 0 14 37 1 2 11 45 1 0 5 40 1 1 13 35 0 1 8 32 0 0 12 22

SLG% BB .389 7 .638 3 .378 7 .484 3 .370 11 .417 10 .327 11 .262 11

HBP SO 0 15 3 14 0 17 0 13 8 17 1 21 3 29 1 23

GDP 5 0 0 1 0 1 1 0

49 2 10 2 0 0 5 12 .245 4 0 17 1 43 6 8 0 0 0 3 8 .186 5 1 8 0 50 6 9 0 0 0 1 9 .180 5 4 12 0 23 4 3 2 0 0 2 5 .217 4 0 4 0 17 1 2 1 0 0 2 3 .176 1 0 4 0 17 0 2 1 0 0 1 3 .176 1 0 5 0 21 2 2 0 0 1 1 5 .238 1 1 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 942 118 250 43 5 9 104 330 .350 84 23 205 9 994 204 306 74 10 23 188 469 .472 103 37 172 12

OB% .398 .406 .371 .333 .409 .351 .336 .320

SF SH SB-ATT PO 1 0 3-7 157 0 0 2-3 89 0 8 4-6 49 0 0 2-3 51 0 1 10-11 23 2 0 2-4 13 1 2 5-8 57 1 3 2-3 69

.264 0 2 0-1 .286 0 5 1-1 .305 0 5 2-2 .259 0 0 0-0 .158 1 1 1-1 .167 0 0 1-2 .174 0 0 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 1.000 0 0 0-0 .000 0 0 0-0 .338 6 27 35-52 .387 19 24 24-36

A 16 10 79 2 32 0 64 2

E FLD% 1 .994 2 .980 11 .921 2 .964 6 .902 0 1.000 2 .984 2 .973

77 10 3 .967 34 3 0 1.000 22 9 3 .912 19 0 1 .950 27 3 0 1.000 26 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 8 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 5 10 1 .938 738 261 39 .962 760 326 21 .981

LOB - Team (204), Opp (236). DPs turned - Team (20), Opp (17). CI - Team (1), HOUSER 1. IBB - Team (2), MADDOX, W. 1, PRICE 1, Opp (5). Picked off - STEWART 2, PRICE 1, SMART 1, MADDOX, W. 1, BILY 1, VIZCAINO 1. No. Player 15 Zack Godley 34 Nick Williams -------------6 Jeff Moberg 45 Eric Martin 29 Blake Thomas 46 Andy Cox 28 Drake Owenby 19 Aaron Quillen 27 Matt Esparza 31 Dalton Saberhagen 42 Trevor Bettencour 25 Michael Flax 39 Trevor Charpie Totals Opponents

ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP 3.60 4 6 11 10 6 2 0 0 80.0 6.13 1 4 9 8 0 0 0 0 47.0 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 4.66 1 0 9 0 0 0 4.91 0 0 3 0 0 0 5.48 0 1 9 1 0 0 5.91 1 1 5 0 0 0 8.23 0 3 8 7 0 0 11.25 0 0 3 0 0 0 11.70 0 1 8 1 0 0 13.17 1 2 10 1 0 0 13.50 0 0 1 0 0 0 18.90 0 2 7 0 0 0 6.44 8 20 28 28 6 2 3.59 20 8 28 28 3 1

H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK 77 42 32 21 70 12 2 5 310 .248 9 5 0 52 38 32 22 38 16 3 6 183 .284 7 4 1

0 1 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 1 0 0 19.1 23 14 10 13 9 6 1 1 81 .284 2 2 0 0 3.2 6 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 16 .375 0 0 0 0 21.1 18 15 13 10 13 4 1 1 75 .240 5 8 0 1 10.2 9 7 7 9 8 3 0 1 38 .237 0 0 0 0 27.1 46 26 25 9 15 15 2 3 113 .407 5 3 0 0 4.0 9 5 5 1 0 2 0 1 20 .450 1 0 0 0 10.0 19 16 13 3 5 6 1 2 46 .413 1 2 0 0 13.2 24 20 20 10 6 7 0 2 64 .375 4 5 0 0 2.0 7 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 13 .538 0 1 0 1 6.2 16 15 14 3 5 1 0 1 34 .471 1 6 0 3 246.0 306 204 176 103 172 74 10 23 994 .308 35 37 0 6 253.1 250 118 101 84 205 43 5 9 942 .265 18 23

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4

PB - Team (4), HOUSER 2, BENNETT 2, Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (1), WILLIAMS 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - BENNETT (14-21), HOUSER (9-13), GODLEY (9-12), QUILLEN (2-6), MARTIN, E. (3-5), OWENBY (3-4), BETTENCOURT (4-4), WILLIAMS (1-3), MANIS (1-2), SABERHAGEN (1-1), THOMAS (1-1). No. Player 4 Parker Wormsley 11 Zach Luther 8 Vance Vizcaino 20 Christin Stewart 32 Jason Manis 34 Nick Williams 45 Eric Martin 28 Drake Owenby 7 Davis Aiken 5 Scott Price 2 Taylor Smart 21 Ethan Bennett 35 Pierce Bily 22 David Houser 40 Vincent Jackson 17 Derek Lance 15 Zack Godley 10 A.J. Simcox 6 Jeff Moberg 1 Will Maddox 19 Aaron Quillen 46 Andy Cox 42 Trevor Bettencour 31 Dalton Saberhagen 25 Michael Flax 29 Blake Thomas 24 Andrew Lee 26 Heath Loyd 39 Trevor Charpie 27 Matt Esparza Totals Opponents

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C PO A E FLD% 37 34 3 0 1.000 30 27 3 0 1.000 27 26 1 0 1.000 13 13 0 0 1.000 9 8 1 0 1.000 7 2 5 0 1.000 6 5 1 0 1.000 4 2 2 0 1.000 1 1 0 0 1.000 174 157 16 1 .994 123 57 64 2 .984 101 89 10 2 .980 73 69 2 2 .973 90 77 10 3 .967 55 51 2 2 .964 20 19 0 1 .950 16 5 10 1 .938 139 49 79 11 .921 34 22 9 3 .912 61 23 32 6 .902 6 1 4 1 .833 7 1 4 2 .714 3 0 2 1 .667 2 0 1 1 .500 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 1038 738 261 39 .962 1107 760 326 21 .981

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 .000 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 1 .500 0 1 2 .333 0 3 2 .600 1 3 1 .750 0 0 0 .000 16 0 0 .000 13 0 0 .000 1 14 7 .667 0 0 0 .000 0 9 4 .692 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 9 3 .750 17 0 0 .000 1 0 0 .000 2 0 0 .000 0 2 4 .333 0 0 0 .000 0 4 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 20 24 12 .667 17 35 17 .673

PB CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 3 0

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Inning-by-Inning Scoring: Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total

Tennessee 8 12 13 14 7 17 10 19 18 0 118 Opponents 25 21 28 19 17 16 18 35 23 2 204

Multi-Hit Games: 2 3 1 Will Maddox 6 4 5 Scott Price 6 1 40 Vincent Jackson 6 2 10 A.J. Simcox 3 4 20 Christin Stewart 4 1 2 Taylor Smart 5 - 21 Ethan Bennett 4 1 35 Pierce Bily 1 3 4 Parker Wormsley 3 - 22 David Houser 2 - TEAM 40 16 Multi-RBI Games: 20 Christin Stewart 10 A.J. Simcox 5 Scott Price 35 Pierce Bily 40 Vincent Jackson 2 Taylor Smart 21 Ethan Bennett TEAM

4 5+ Total - - 10 2 - 9 1 - 9 - - 7 - - 5 - - 5 - - 5 - - 4 - - 3 - - 2 3 0 59

2 3 4 5+ Total 4 1 - - 5 3 1 - - 4 1 2 - - 3 3 - - - 3 1 1 - - 2 2 - - - 2 1 - - 1 2 15 5 0 1 21

 2013 HITTING GAME-BY-GAME AB

R

H

RBI 2B 3B HR BB IBB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K

PO

A

E Avg

Feb 15, 2013 at UNLV

Opponent

40

9

13

7

2

6 0 0

1

1

0

0 0

9

24

6

2 .325

Feb 16, 2013 at UNLV

31

8

11

5

0 0 0 4 0 0

1

0

0

0 0

4

21

10 1 .338

Feb 16, 2013 at UNLV

37 4 9 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

0 0 0 10 24 9 1 .306

Feb 17, 2013 at UNLV

49

2

11

1

1

0 3 0 1

1

1

1

0 1

16 41

21 2 .280

Feb 22, 2013 ARIZONA STATE

29

0

3

0

0 0 0 4 0 0

1

0

0

0 0

12 27

9

Feb 23, 2013 ARIZONA STATE

33

11

10 8

0 0 0 4 0 1

1

4

2

0 0

7

27

13 1 .260

Feb 24, 2013 ARIZONA STATE

33

1

5

1

3

0 0 3 0 1

0

0

0

0 0

10 27

15 0 .246

Feb 26, 2013 ETSU

30

9

10 9

3

1

0 8 2 0

0

0

3

0 0

2

27

10 1 .255

Mar 01, 2013 vs Notre Dame

41

2

7

2

1

1

0 2 0 2

1

3

1

0 0

11

33

12 1 .245

Mar 02, 2013 vs UMass

34

6

9

6

2

0 0 4 0 2

2

2

2

0 0

9

27

17 3 .246

Mar 03, 2013 vs Virginia Tech

35

3

8

3

2

0 0 0 0 2

0

2

0

0 0

5

27

12 1 .245

Mar 08, 2013 ALCORN STATE

39

16

17

14

5

0 0 9 0 4

0

4

1

1

1

3

27

11

Mar 09, 2013 ALCORN STATE

36

13

15

10 3

1

5 0 2

1

2

1

0 2

4

27

10 0 .274

Mar 10, 2013 ALCORN STATE

33

12

11

12

6

0 0 9 0 8

0

3

0

1

0

4

27

14 1 .278

Mar 12, 2013 WESTERN KY

28

4

6

4

0 0 0 2 0 1

0

3

2

0 0

6

27

9

Mar 13, 2013 WESTERN KY

38

5

12

3

0 0 0 8 1

4

2

3

0

0 0

5

30

14 0 .277

Mar 15, 2013 at Alabama

28

1

3

1

0 0 0 1

0 1

1

0

1

0 0

7

24

7

4 .269

Mar 16, 2013 at Alabama

32

7

7

4

2

0 0 6 0 4

1

1

1

0 0

6

27

11

2 .267

Mar 17, 2013 at Alabama

29

1

9

1

0 0 0 3 0 0

3

0

1

0 2

2

24

8

1 .269

Mar 20, 2013 W. CAROLINA

35

10 14

9

2

1

4

2

0 0

4

27

10 0 .275

Mar 22, 2013 MISSOURI

27 4 6 4 0 0 0 5 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 27 10 1 .273

Mar 23, 2013 MISSOURI

38

7

16

7

1

1

1

2 0 1

1

0

1

0 0

6

27

10 1

Mar 23, 2013 MISSOURI

37

6

10 6

2

1

2 2 0 0

0

2

0

0 1

9

27

9

0 .280

Mar 29, 2013 at Vanderbilt

43

3

11

2

1

0 0 1

0 0

1

2

1

0 0

16 33

8

2 .279

Mar 30, 2013 at Vanderbilt

31

3

7

2

0 0 0 5 0 5

0

0

3

0 0

13 24

6

3 .277

Mar 31, 2013 at Vanderbilt

40

8

16

7

2

0 0 3 1

2

0

1

2

1

0

7

24

12 2 .283

Apr 02, 2013 LONGWOOD

40

0 1

1

1 .262

0 .275

0 0 6 1

5

0

1

1

0 0

3

27

10 3 .283

1

0 0 5 0 0

0

1

2

0 0

7

27

13 2 .279

Apr 06, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA 38

8

13

8

2

1

1

4 0 0

2

2

1

0 0

7

27

11

1 .282

Apr 07, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA 32

2

6

2

0 0 1

0 0 0

0

0

0

0 0

5

27

9

3 .279

Apr 09, 2013 at ETSU

34

4

9

3

0 0 1

4 1

2

1

1

1

0 1

5

27

10 0 .278

Apr 12, 2013 at Kentucky

39

4

12

2

3

0 0 3 0 0

0

0

0

0 0

8

24

7

1 .279

Apr 13, 2013 at Kentucky

38

10 15

9

3

0 0 3 0 2

2

1

1

1

1

9

27

7

1 .283

Apr 14, 2013 at Kentucky

32

5

8

5

4

0 0 2 0 1

0

1

2

1

1

4

27

4

1 .282

Apr 16, 2013 vs Virginia Tech

32

5

7

4

1

1

0 4 0 4

0

2

0

0 0

9

27

10 3 .281

Apr 19, 2013 OLE MISS

31

0

3

0

1

0 0 2 0 0

1

0

0

0 1

8

27

17 1 .276

Apr 20, 2013 OLE MISS

34

4

9

3

2

0 1

3 0 2

1

0

0

0 0

11

27

9

1 .276

Apr 21, 2013 OLE MISS

32

3

8

3

2

0 1

1

0 0

1

0

0

1

0

4

27

11

3 .275

Apr 23, 2013 at MTSU

32

5

8

5

1

0 0 5 0 1

0

0

0

1

0

6

24

10 0 .275

Apr 26, 2013 at Florida

36

2

10 2

3

1

24

10 1 .275

Apr 27, 2013 at Florida

36

2

8

2

2

0 0 6 1

Apr 28, 2013 at Florida

31

4

6

3

2

0 1

Apr 30, 2013 MTSU

34

6

10 4

May 03, 2013 GEORGIA

32 7 11 7 4 0 0 7 0 3 1 1

0 1

0

1

1

0 2

7

1

0

1

1

1

10 27

9

2 .273

0 2

1

1

1

0 0

4

27

6

0 .272

0 4 0 5

0

1

2

0 0

5

27

13 0 .272

May 08, 2013 ARKANSAS STATE 36

12

14

12

3

1

May 10, 2013 at Arkansas

39

8

13

7

2

0 1

May 11, 2013 at Arkansas

33

1

7

1

2

May 12, 2013 at Arkansas

31

2

6

May 14, 2013 MOREHEAD STATE 32

6

May 16, 2013 TEXAS A&M

30

1

May 17, 2013 TEXAS A&M

32

May 18, 2013 TEXAS A&M

30

Totals

1783 276 490 238 84 12 13 192 7 85 31 63

1 0 0 3 27 12 0 .274

8 0 0

1

0

0

2

1

0 1

0

1

1

0 0

14 27

11

0 .278

0 0 3 0 1

0

2

0

0 0

12 24

6

2 .276

2

0 0 0 4 0 0

0

2

0

0 1

7

24

10 0 .275

9

4

2

0 0 4 0 2

0

1

0

0 0

1

27

15 1 .275

7

1

1

0 0 2 0 0

1

0

1

0 0

4

27

9

4

8

4

0 0 0 5 0 4

0

1

0

1

0

6

27

10 0 .274

7

10 6

1

0

2

2

0 0

5

27

9

1

1

1

0

0 2 0 2

0

46 11 14

4

27

10 1 .276

1 .274 3 .275

359 1394 541 63 .275

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Apr 05, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA 31

0 2 0 0

PLAYERS

0 0 2 0 1

1 .253

COACHES

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2013 REVIEW  2013 PITCHING GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent Feb 15, 2013 at UNLV Feb 16, 2013 at UNLV Feb 16, 2013 at UNLV Feb 17, 2013 at UNLV Feb 22, 2013 ARIZONA STATE Feb 23, 2013 ARIZONA STATE Feb 24, 2013 ARIZONA STATE Feb 26, 2013 ETSU Mar 01, 2013 vs Notre Dame Mar 02, 2013 vs UMass Mar 03, 2013 vs Virginia Tech Mar 08, 2013 ALCORN STATE Mar 09, 2013 ALCORN STATE Mar 10, 2013 ALCORN STATE Mar 12, 2013 WESTERN KY Mar 13, 2013 WESTERN KY Mar 15, 2013 at Alabama Mar 16, 2013 at Alabama Mar 17, 2013 at Alabama Mar 20, 2013 W. CAROLINA Mar 22, 2013 MISSOURI Mar 23, 2013 MISSOURI Mar 23, 2013 MISSOURI Mar 29, 2013 at Vanderbilt Mar 30, 2013 at Vanderbilt Mar 31, 2013 at Vanderbilt Apr 02, 2013 LONGWOOD Apr 05, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA Apr 06, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA Apr 07, 2013 SOUTH CAROLINA Apr 09, 2013 at ETSU Apr 12, 2013 at Kentucky Apr 12, 2013 at Kentucky Apr 14, 2013 at Kentucky Apr 16, 2013 vs Virginia Tech Apr 19, 2013 OLE MISS Apr 20, 2013 OLE MISS Apr 21, 2013 OLE MISS Apr 23, 2013 at MTSU Apr 26, 2013 at Florida Apr 27, 2013 at Florida Apr 28, 2013 at Florida Apr 30, 2013 MTSU May 03, 2013 GEORGIA May 08, 2013 ARKANSAS STATE May 10, 2013 at Arkansas May 11, 2013 at Arkansas May 12, 2013 at Arkansas May 14, 2013 MOREHEAD STATE May 16, 2013 TEXAS A&M May 17, 2013 TEXAS A&M May 18, 2013 TEXAS A&M Totals

IP H R 8.0 14 10 7.0 6 3 8.0 12 5 13.2 9 3 9.0 6 4 9.0 8 2 9.0 7 5 9.0 9 7 11.0 14 3 9.0 13 4 9.0 11 7 9.0 3 0 9.0 6 6 9.0 6 4 9.0 9 0 10.0 13 4 8.0 11 12 9.0 12 6 8.0 20 15 9.0 11 5 9.0 5 0 9.0 8 6 9.0 16 14 11.0 8 4 8.0 6 8 8.0 16 12 9.0 10 7 9.0 7 5 9.0 17 12 9.0 21 19 9.0 7 3 8.0 10 5 9.0 6 9 9.0 6 0 9.0 6 4 9.0 14 5 9.0 12 6 9.0 6 4 8.0 14 11 8.0 11 7 9.0 11 3 9.0 7 2 9.0 9 7 9.0 16 8 9.0 6 3 9.0 4 3 8.0 12 11 8.0 14 10 9.0 6 4 9.0 9 5 9.0 10 8 9.0 11 5 464.2 521 315

ER 10 2 5 3 4 2 5 7 2 4 5 0 6 4 0 4 5 6 14 5 0 5 14 4 5 10 4 3 12 16 3 4 7 0 3 5 6 1 11 7 3 2 7 8 3 3 9 10 2 4 8 5 277

BB 6 4 5 5 5 4 1 5 4 5 3 5 5 1 2 2 4 1 4 5 5 4 2 9 4 4 3 8 4 3 0 6 5 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 4 2 3 1 6 2 6 5 5 3 4 1 191

SO 9 6 4 8 10 5 4 4 9 3 3 10 7 12 6 5 4 5 4 6 8 4 4 12 8 3 11 6 5 6 4 5 6 8 7 2 3 7 0 3 7 6 8 6 8 8 7 4 4 13 12 6 325

2B 3B HR WP BK HBP 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 2 6 0 2 1 0 5 2 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 0 3 0 1 2 2 1 3 0 1 5 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 7 0 2 4 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 111 17 40 48 4 52

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DP IBB Score 0 0 9-10 0 0 8-3 0 0 4-5 2 1 2-3 0 0 0-4 0 0 11-2 0 0 1-5 1 0 9-7 3 2 2-3 1 0 6-4 0 0 3-7 1 0 16-0 1 0 13-6 0 0 12-4 0 0 4-0 1 0 5-4 0 0 1-12 0 0 7-6 1 0 1-15 1 0 10-5 3 0 4-0 1 0 7-6 2 0 6-14 1 3 3-4 0 0 3-8 1 0 8-12 1 0 5-7 1 0 4-5 0 0 8-12 0 0 2-19 0 0 4-3 0 0 4-5 0 0 10-9 0 0 5-0 2 0 5-4 0 0 0-5 2 0 4-6 1 0 3-4 2 0 5-11 1 0 2-7 2 1 2-3 0 0 4-2 0 1 6-7 2 0 7-8 1 0 12-3 0 0 8-3 0 0 1-11 1 0 2-10 1 0 6-4 0 1 1-5 1 0 4-8 0 0 7-5 38 9 276-315

W L SV ERA 0 1 0 11.25 1 1 1 7.20 1 2 1 6.65 1 3 1 4.91 1 4 1 4.73 2 4 1 4.28 2 5 1 4.38 3 5 2 4.71 3 6 2 4.30 4 6 3 4.27 4 7 3 4.34 5 7 3 3.98 6 7 3 4.14 7 7 3 4.13 8 7 3 3.86 9 7 3 3.84 9 8 3 3.93 10 8 4 4.04 10 9 4 4.59 11 9 4 4.61 12 9 4 4.39 13 9 4 4.42 13 10 4 4.83 13 11 4 4.75 13 12 4 4.78 13 13 4 5.00 13 14 4 4.97 13 15 4 4.90 13 16 4 5.14 13 17 4 5.50 14 17 5 5.42 14 18 5 5.39 15 18 6 5.44 16 18 6 5.28 17 18 7 5.22 17 19 7 5.21 17 20 7 5.23 17 21 7 5.12 17 22 7 5.29 17 23 7 5.34 17 24 7 5.29 18 24 7 5.21 18 25 7 5.25 18 26 7 5.31 19 26 7 5.26 20 26 7 5.21 20 27 7 5.31 20 28 7 5.42 21 28 8 5.35 21 29 8 5.32 21 30 8 5.37 22 30 9 5.37 22 30 9 5.37

Batting

Team Highs and Lows

Misc.

Individual Highs and Lows

Most At-Bats:.....................................................................6, (8 games) Most Runs:..................... 4, Vance Vizcaino vs Alcorn State (3/8) Most Hits:............................................ 5, Scott Price at UNLV (2/15) Most RBIs:............ 5 (2x), last Ethan Bennett at Arkansas (5/10) Most Doubles:....................................................................2, (6 games) Most Triples:...................................................................... 1, (12 games) Most Home Runs:............................................................ 1, (13 games) Grand Slams:...................................................................................... N/A Most Total Bases:.............7, Vincent Jackson vs Missouri (3/23) Most Walks:..............3 (3x), last Will Maddox vs Missouri (3/22) Strikeouts:...............4 (2x), last Taylor Smart at Arkansas (5/10) Most Sac Bunts:..... 2, Jason Manis vs UMass (3/2 at Cary, N.C.) Most Sac Flies:................................................................... 1, (11 games) Most Stolen Bases:.....3 (3x), last Will Maddox vs Texas A&M (5/17) Most Hit-by-Pitch:........................................................... 1 (63 games)

Fielding

Pitching

Saturday ..................................................... 8-7 Sunday ........................................................ 3-8 Decisions vs. LHP starters ...................13-9 Decisions vs. RHP starters ...................9-21 When Vols score first .......................... 14-14 When opponents score first ...............8-16 Comeback wins (trailing after five inn.) ....5 Last at-bat (V)/Walk-off wins (H) .....0/2 Leading after 6/7/8 inn. ... 21-6/21-3/19-2 Trailing after 6/7/8 inn... 1-20/0-21/0-24 Tied after 6/7/8 inn. ............. 0-4/0-5/2-4 Extra innings .............................................. 1-3 1-run games ...............................................6-11 2-run games .............................................. 5-2 When starter went 6+ inn. ..................8-13 When UT pitchers have 10+ Ks............ 2-5 When UT pitchers have 5+ walks........ 8-9 When UT pitchers have 4- walks..... 14-21

When Vols have 10+ hits .....................13-11 Day Games ..............................................12-13 Night Games .......................................... 10-17 When Vols score 4+ ............................22-13 When Vols score 3-................................0-17 When Vols allow 4+ ............................12-27 When Vols allow 3- ...............................10-3 When Vols hit a home run ................... 6-6 When Vols out-hit opponent ..............16-7 When opponent out-hits Vols............6-22 When Vols/opp. had = hits: ..................0-1 Solid White w/ Script “Vols”................ 9-9 Pinstripes / Script “Vols”....................... 5-6 Orange w/ Script “Vols” .......................0-0 Gray w/ Block “Tennessee” ................8-15 Striped “Attitude” Stirrups ..................6-12

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Miscellaneous Superlatives Vols at Lindsey Nelson Stadium ...... 13-14 Vols on the road .....................................7-14 Vols at neutral sites .................................2-2 Record in 3/4-game series .................. 3-9 February ..................................................... 3-5 March .........................................................10-8 April ............................................................ 5-12 May .............................................................. 4-5 June .............................................................0-0 vs. Non-Conference..............................14-10 vs. SEC ......................................................8-20 vs. SEC East ..............................................5-11 vs. SEC West.............................................. 3-9 Monday .......................................................0-0 Tuesday ...................................................... 5-3 Wednesday ............................................... 3-0 Thursday .....................................................0-1 Friday ..........................................................3-11

VOLMANAC

Most Inn. Pitched:..........................................................9.0 (6 games) Most IP, Relief:..........6.0, Trevor Charpie vs. W. Carolina (3/20) Most Runs:...........................................................................8 (4 games) Most Earned Runs:.......8 (2x), last Zack Godley vs Georgia (5/3) Most Hits Allowed:................... 14, Zack Godley vs Georgia (5/3) Low-Hit CG:....................11, Dalton Saberhagen at Ole Miss (5/11) Most HRs Allowed:.................. 3, Aaron Quillen at Florida (4/26) Most Strikeouts:.................13, Zack Godley vs Texas A&M (5/16) Most Walks:.........................................................................5 (4 games) Wild Pitches:......3 (2x), last Trevor Bettencourt vs S. Carolina (4/6) Hit Batters:.................... 4, Trevor Bettencourt vs Missouri (3/23) Balks:....................1 (4x), last Eric Martin vs. Virginia Tech (4/16)

RECORDS & HONORS

Most Putouts:....................................16, Scott Price at UNLV (2/17) Most Assists:....... 7 (2x), Taylor Smart vs UMass (3/2 at Cary, N.C.) Most Errors:.........................................................................2 (5 games) Most Passed Balls:..............................................................1 (5 games)

REVIEW

Most Innings Pitched:.........................................13.2 at UNLV (2/17) Most Runs Allowed:............................19 vs South Carolina (4/07) Most Runs Allowed (Inn.):..................... 8 (1st) at Alabama (3/17) Most Earned Runs Allowed:................16 vs South Carolina (4/7) Fewest Runs Allowed:................. 0 (4x), last at Kentucky (4/14) Most Hits Allowed:.................................21 vs South Carolina (4/7) Fewest Hits Allowed:..................................3 vs. Alcorn State (3/8) Most Hits Allowed (Inn.):..........6 (9th) vs. South Carolina (4/7) Most Home Runs Allowed:.......... 4 vs Middle Tennessee (4/30) Most Strikeouts:........................................... 13 vs Texas A&M (5/16) Fewest Strikeouts:.................................................. 0 at MTSU (4/23) Most Walks:..................................................... 9 at Vanderbilt (3/29) Fewest Walks:............................................................ 0 at ETSU (4/9) Wild Pitches:.............................................4 vs South Carolina (4/6) Hit Batters:........................................ 5 (2x), last at Kentucky (4/13) Balks:..........................................1 (4x), last vs. Virginia Tech (4/16)

Batting

OPPONENTS

Pitching

Largest Home Attendance (Series):...8,201 vs. S. Carolina (4/5-4/7)

PLAYERS

Fielding

Most Putouts:........................................................... 41 at UNLV (2/17) Most Assists:............................................................ 21 at UNLV (2/17) Most Errors:......................................................... 4 at Alabama (3/15) Most Passed Balls:..............................................................1 (5 games) Most Double Plays:.......................... 3 (2x), last vs Missouri (3/22)

Longest Winning Streak:..................................... 5 games, 3/8-3/13 Longest Losing Streak:....................................... 7 games, 3/29-4/7 Longest Game (Innings):...................................... 14 at UNLV (2/17) Longest Game (Time, 9 inn.):....... 3:29 vs. South Carolina (4/6) Longest Game (Time, X-Inn):.............. 3:50 at Vanderbilt (3/29) Shortest Game (Time 9 inn.):..................2:09 vs. Ole Miss (4/19) Largest Victory Margin:..............16 (16-0) vs. Alcorn State (3/8) Largest Defeat Margin:........... 17 (19-2) vs. South Carolina (4/7) Largest Home Attendance:...........3,110 vs. South Carolina (4/5)

COACHES

Most At-Bats...........................................................49 at UNLV (2/17) Fewest At-Bats................................................ 28 at Alabama (3/15) Most Runs (Game):.................................... 16 vs Alcorn State (3/8) Most Runs (Inning):......9 (2x), last (3rd) vs. W. Carolina (3/20) Most Hits (Game):...................................... 17 vs Alcorn State (3/8) Fewest Hits (Game):.......................3 (3x), last vs. Ole Miss (4/19) Most Hits (Inning):............... 9 (3rd) vs. Western Carolina (3/20) Most RBIs:.....................................................14 vs Alcorn State (3/8) Most Doubles:..............................................6 vs Alcorn State (3/10) Most Triples:....................................................................... 1 (12 games) Most Home Runs:...............................................2 vs Missouri (3/23) Most Total Bases:...................................... 23 vs Alcorn State (3/9) Most Walks:.............................. 9 (2x), last vs. Alcorn State (3/10) Fewest Walks:...................... 0 (3x), last vs. South Carolina (4/7) Most Strikeouts:..........................16 (2x), last at Vanderbilt (3/29) Fewest Strikeouts:.................................................. 0 at MTSU (4/23) Most Hit-by-Pitch:..........4 (3x) last vs Western Carolina (3/20) Most Sac Bunts:............................3 (3x), last at Vanderbilt (3/30) Most Sac Flies:.......................................2 vs Arkansas State (5/08) Most Stolen Bases:.....................................8 vs Alcorn State (3/10) Most Left on Base:........................................ 16 vs Longwood (4/2) Most Left on Base (X-Inn):........ 15 vs. Western Kentucky (3/13)

GENERAL INFO

 2013 TEAM SUPERLATIVES

2013 REVIEW

2013 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS

EASTERN DIVISION

Team SEC Pct. GB All Pct. Home Away %Vanderbilt 26-3 .897 -- 54-12 .818 34-7 17-3 South Carolina 17-12 .586 9.0 43-20 .683 32-8 11-8 Florida 14-16 .467 12.5 29-30 .492 20-16 9-10 Kentucky 11-19 .367 15.5 30-25 .545 19-11 8-12 Missouri 10-20 .333 16.5 18-32 .360 13-13 5-17 Tennessee 8-20 .286 17.5 22-30 .423 13-14 7-17 Georgia 7-20 .259 18.0 21-32 .396 12-19 8-13 % - SEC Regular Season Co-Champion

WESTERN DIVISION

Team SEC Pct. GB All Pct. Home Away &LSU 23-7 .767 -- 57-11 .838 39-4 13-4 Arkansas 18-11 .621 4.5 39-22 .639 24-9 10-7 #Mississippi State 16-14 .533 7.0 51-20 .718 33-8 10-9 Ole Miss 15-15 .500 8.0 38-24 .613 22-9 14-9 Alabama 14-15 .483 8.5 35-28 .556 22-9 10-13 Texas A&M 13-16 .448 9.5 34-29 .540 22-10 6-14 Auburn 13-17 .433 10.0 33-23 .589 22-12 9-10 & - SEC Western Division Champion; # - SEC Tournament Champion

Neutral 3-2 0-4 0-4 3-2 0-2 2-2 1-0

vs. Div. 15-2 11-6 10-8 6-12 7-11 5-11 6-10

vs. Top 25 15-4 9-11 12-14 7-15 2-14 5-18 4-11

Last 10 6-4 5-5 3-7 4-6 3-7 4-6 5-5

Streak L2 L1 L5 L1 L2 W1 W2

Neutral 5-3 5-6 8-3 2-6 3-6 5-5 2-1

vs. Div. 13-5 9-9 11-7 10-8 6-11 5-12 8-10

vs. Top 25 17-8 11-10 16-14 12-11 6-17 7-17 8-12

Last 10 8-2 5-5 7-3 3-7 4-6 5-5 6-4

Streak L2 L1 L2 L1 L1 L1 L1

 TEAM BATTING Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Vanderbilt .313 66 2238 459 700 126 17 41 418 983 .439 295 91 394 40 .407 45 57 139-175 LSU .305 68 2366 439 722 128 16 47 394 1023 .432 293 53 339 51 .389 36 42 54-79 Mississippi St. .293 71 2432 414 713 104 15 30 370 937 .385 287 82 433 53 .832 34 57 58-78 South Carolina .284 63 2113 377 601 103 13 52 342 886 .419 280 48 980 31 .975 37 37 62-90 Georgia .279 53 1831 258 510 73 12 31 246 700 .382 168 24 360 45 .342 28 22 29-50 Ole Miss .276 62 2073 323 573 91 10 23 291 753 .363 214 61 331 44 .356 31 48 46-84 Auburn .272 56 1848 272 508 101 5 31 246 712 .385 214 40 353 47 .359 23 35 33-55 Tennessee .285 52 1784 276 490 84 12 13 238 637 .357 192 63 359 14 .363 11 45 85-116 Texas A&M .270 63 2047 278 553 93 17 26 250 758 .370 176 49 419 46 .339 20 62 85-117 Florida .269 59 1983 286 533 78 7 28 247 709 .358 190 63 281 51 .347 30 37 55-81 Arkansas .260 61 2015 298 524 75 12 27 270 704 .349 242 36 378 25 .346 27 52 49-67 Alabama .259 63 2128 325 552 85 9 26 289 733 .344 222 57 392 51 .342 22 43 51-78 Kentucky .255 55 1836 284 469 69 9 36 254 664 .362 226 86 372 34 .359 26 43 57-79 Missouri .245 50 1643 205 402 64 9 15 185 529 .322 161 77 368 37 .338 13 29 20-35 Totals .277 28997 7850 163 4040 .379 830 569 383 823-1184 421 4494 1274 426 10728 3160 5159 .362 609

FLD% .977 .980 .971 .970 .976 .970 .969 .968 .972 .975 .964 .976 .973 .965 .972

 TEAM PITCHING Team ERA W L G CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP Arkansas 1.89 39 22 61 1 8 8 19 547.1 413 166 115 195 477 40 1 19 1961 .211 40 35 LSU 2.40 57 11 68 5 9 6 16 622.2 488 195 166 172 506 68 8 21 2235 .218 36 77 Vanderbilt 2.76 54 12 66 3 3 2 24 596.0 469 217 183 520 588 68 9 20 2135 .220 50 68 Mississippi St. 2.79 51 20 71 3 6 5 24 642.1 533 255 199 234 588 71 6 21 2345 .227 34 68 South Carolina 3.02 43 20 63 3 8 6 22 561.0 540 234 188 147 485 83 7 18 2149 .251 24 45 Ole Miss 3.07 38 24 62 1 6 5 19 557.2 508 237 190 220 431 88 5 27 2070 .245 34 36 Auburn 3.40 33 23 56 2 2 1 18 492.2 458 242 186 189 318 69 11 21 1831 .250 29 37 Texas A&M 3.43 34 29 63 2 3 3 14 548.2 523 247 209 173 406 83 6 27 2048 .255 33 60 Kentucky 3.58 30 25 55 0 2 2 12 495.1 516 248 197 144 373 93 10 30 1897 .272 27 41 Alabama 3.70 35 28 63 3 3 2 21 574.0 545 278 236 259 438 95 8 24 2091 .261 52 54 Missouri 3.87 18 32 50 5 3 2 6 440.0 484 242 189 152 342 62 10 33 1723 .281 31 28 Florida 3.92 29 30 59 1 2 1 12 532.0 512 261 232 186 407 97 13 36 2012 .254 31 74 Georgia 4.54 21 32 53 1 2 2 11 472.0 482 271 238 205 335 93 6 21 1767 .273 58 52 Tennessee 5.37 22 30 52 6 4 2 9 464.2 521 315 277 191 325 111 17 40 1829 .285 48 52 Totals 3.35 338 36 47 7546.1 3408 2725 1121 358 .249 723 504 842 61 227 6992 2805 5951 117 28093 527

 TEAM FIELDING Team C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI LSU 2632 1868 711 53 .980 60 49 20 .710 5 1 Vanderbilt 2490 1788 644 58 .977 54 43 23 .652 7 0 Alabama 2542 1722 760 60 .976 80 42 44 .488 10 3 Georgia 2047 1416 581 50 .976 61 64 28 .696 13 1 Florida 2299 1596 645 58 .975 46 52 25 .675 3 1 Kentucky 2173 1486 629 58 .973 58 29 23 .558 3 1 Texas A&M 2356 1646 645 65 .972 44 51 22 .699 11 0 Mississippi St. 2843 1927 834 82 .971 80 44 16 .733 2 0 South Carolina 2330 1683 578 69 .970 39 26 19 .578 4 0 Ole Miss 2409 1673 663 73 .970 54 27 27 .500 6 2 Auburn 2159 1478 615 66 .969 50 27 25 .519 8 0 Tennessee 1998 1394 541 63 .968 38 54 19 .740 5 1 Missouri 1894 1319 509 66 .965 31 49 17 .742 11 0 Arkansas 2417 1642 688 87 .964 59 36 30 .546 7 0 Totals 32589 9043 .972 593 .637 10 22638 908 754 338 95

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RECORDS  INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Category Record Player vs. Opponent At-Bats 8 Jeff Baumtrog & Justin Parker vs. Georgia State 2/13/99 Dan Gorman vs. ETSU 2/24/88 Runs 5 By Several Last by P.J. Polk at Georgia 5/8/10 Hits 6 Kris Bennett (6-6) vs. Georgia 6/11/01 Chris Burke (6-6) vs. Hawaii-Hilo 2/9/00 Jeff Pickler (6-6) vs. College of Charleston 2/12/98 Larry Fielder (6-6) vs. Georgia Tech 4/3/68 RBIs 10 Joe Randa vs. Louisville 4/23/91 RBIs (Inn.) 7 Sonny Cortez vs. North Carolina State 1/30/98 Singles 4 By Several Last by Scott Price vs. UNLV 2/15/13 Doubles 4 Drew Steckenrider vs. Vanderbilt 5/4/12 Josh Liles vs. Charlotte 4/2/08 Triples 3 Stuart Driscoll vs. Carson-Newman 4/21/71 Home Runs 3 Cody Hawn vs. Ohio 3/6/09 Todd Helton vs. Arkansas 3/25/95 Alan Cockrell vs. Austin Peay 3/16/83 Rusty Ensor vs. Vanderbilt 5/2/81 Home Runs (Inn.) 2 Kelly Edmundson (8th inn.) vs. Belmont 5/16/06 Sonny Cortez (1st inn.) vs. North Carolina State 1/30/98 Extra-Base Hits 4 Drew Steckenrider vs. Vanderbilt 5/4/12 (4 2B) Cody Hawn vs. Ohio 3/6/09 (1 2B, 3 HR) Josh Liles vs. Charlotte 4/2/08 (4 2B) Jordan Czarniecki vs. Arkansas 4/19/02 (2 2B, 2 HR) Stuart Driscoll vs. Carson-Newman 4/21/71 (1 2B, 3 3B) Total Bases 14 Cody Hawn vs. Ohio 3/6/09 Alan Cockrell vs. Austin Peay 3/16/83 Walks 5 P.J. Polk at Western Carolina 4/21/10 J.P. Arencibia vs. ETSU 4/4/07 Chase Headley vs. Radford 3/11/05 Strikeouts 4 By 20 Players Last by Taylor Smart at Arkansas 5/10/13 Hit-by-Pitch 3 By Several Last by Blake Forsythe at Vanderbilt 5/14/09 Stolen Bases 6 Clay Greene vs. Middle Tennessee 4/9/97 Steal Attempts 7 Clay Greene vs. Middle Tennessee 4/9/97 Sacrifice Bunts 2 By Several  Last by Jason Manis vs. UMass (3/2/13) Sacrifice Flies 2 12 times Last by Zach Osborne vs. MVSU (3/27) Hit Streak 27 Condredge Holloway (3/26-4/28/75) 26 Jeff Pickler (3/17-4/26/98) 24 Justin Ross (2/12-3/25/98) 20 Kris Bennett (2/12-3/21/00) Consecutive Hits 11 Brad Bradshaw (4/9-12/76) Innings Pitched 11.0 R.A. Dickey vs. Alabama 5/17/96 R.A. Dickey vs. Oklahoma State 5/28/95 Hits Allowed 18 Craig Cobb vs. Alabama 5/18/06 Runs Allowed 12 Marlyn Tisdale vs. Kentucky 4/23/99 Quenten Patterson vs. Alabama 3/14/99 Jamie Bolinger vs. Winthrop 5/7/87 Earned Runs 12 Quenten Patterson vs. Alabama 3/14/99 Unearned Runs 10 Michael Cosgrove vs. Kentucky 4/11/97 Walks Issued 9 Marlyn Tisdale vs. Arkansas 3/26/99 Luke Hudson vs. Oklahoma State 5/23/97 Batters Struck out 20 Joe O’Brien vs. Maryville 5/9/72 Wild Pitches 5 Marlyn Tisdale vs. Arkansas 3/26/99 Wild Pitches (Inn.) 4 Wyatt Allen vs. Old Dominion 2/21/99 Hit Batters 5 Stephen McCray at Mississippi State 4/17/10 Balks 2 Four times Last by P. Hicklen vs. UNC Wilmington 6/5/04 Putouts 18 Cody Stubbs vs. Xavier 2/21/10 Ed Lewis vs. Auburn 3/17/96 Dan Gorman vs. UNLV 3/16/88 Assists 9 Three times Last by Walter Sevilla vs. LSU 5/5/02 Errors 4 Three times Last by Zach Osborne at Coastal Carolina 2/27/09 Passed Balls 3 Yan Gomes at Georgia 3/21/08

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Opponent Vanderbilt New Orleans

Date 5/11/2001 3/9/2011

 SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Category Record Games 70 Average .464 At-Bats 293 Runs 105 Hits 118 Singles 76 Doubles 30 Triples 11 Home Runs 24 Grand Slams 3 Extra-Base Hits 52 RBIs 92 Total Bases 221 Slugging Percentage .831 On-Base Percentage. .537 Walks 63 Hit-by-Pitch 25 Strikeouts 63 Sacrifice Hits 16 Sacrifice Flies 9 Stolen Bases 58 Steal Attempts 65 Wins 15 Losses 9 ERA 0.89 Saves 12 Appearances 32 Games Started 22 Complete Games 10 Innings Pitched 164.0 Consec. Scoreless IP 47.2 Hits Allowed 169 Runs Allowed 93 Earned Runs 76 Walks Issued 67 Walks Per Nine Innings 0.97 Batters Struck Out 154 Wild Pitches 23 Hit Batters 19 Balks 5 Pickoffs 17 Putouts 557 Assists 222 Errors 29 Passed Balls 13

Player, Year Matt Whitley, 1995 Sam Ewing, 1970 Matt Whitley, 1995 Chris Burke, 2001 Chris Burke, 2001 Matt Whitley, 1995 Jeff Pickler, 1998 Chris Burke, 2001 Sonny Cortez, 1998 Greg Geren, 1982 Bobby Tucker, 1970 Chris Burke, 2001 Todd Helton, 1995 Chris Burke, 2001 Chuck Barclift, 1980 Chris Burke, 2001 Chase Headley, 2005 Scott Vieira, 1995 Donnie Ross, 1999 Bryce Christensen, 1995 Todd Helton, 1995 Stevie Daniel, 2000 Stevie Daniel, 2000 Luke Hochevar, 2005 R.A. Dickey, 1994 Marlyn Tisdale, 1999 Todd Helton, 1994 Todd Helton, 1995 Scot Drucker, 2004 R.A. Dickey, 1995 Bill Aldridge, 1978 Jamie Bennett, 1999 Todd Helton vs. 26 Teams, 1994 R.A. Dickey, 1995 R.A. Dickey, 1995 R.A. Dickey, 1995 Marlyn Tisdale, 1999 Nick Hernandez, 2008 Luke Hochevar, 2005 Marlyn Tisdale, 1999 Stephen McCray, 2010 Mathew Myers, 1997 Mathew Myers, 1997 Ed Lewis, 1996 Matt Whitley, 1995 Matt Whitley, 1995 Ray Espinosa, 1996

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RECORDS & HONORS

Record Year 16 1994 10 1987 8 1992, 2003 4 1905, 1965 22 2003-04 10 2013 16 1994-95 12 1989-90 17 1994 11 1989-90, 2011 11 1994 10 1987 10 1994 17 1998-99 24 1994 23 1989, 2011

REVIEW

From 3/23/96 vs. Alabama to 2/6/00 vs. Hawaii-Hilo From 5/16/04 at South Carolina to 4/21/06 at Georgia From 4/7/85 vs. Vanderbilt to 3/17/87 vs. UNC Asheville From 2/7/00 vs. Hawaii-Hilo to 3/14/01 vs. Western Carolina From 2/22/95 vs. Carson-Newman to 6/2/95 vs. Stanford From 3/16/71 vs. Furman to 5/9/72 vs. Maryville

Category Consecutive Wins Consecutive Losses Consecutive Wins to Start Season Consecutive Losses to Start Season Consecutive Home Wins Consecutive Home Losses Consecutive Road Wins Consecutive Road Losses Consecutive SEC Wins Consecutive SEC Losses Consecutive SEC Home Wins Consecutive SEC Home Losses Consecutive SEC Road Wins Consecutive SEC Road Losses Most SEC Wins Most SEC Losses

OPPONENTS

All-Time Winning & Losing Streaks

Record Date Opponent 5,086 5/28/95 Oklahoma St. 2,812 2/17/12 Northern Illinois 5,203 2/25-26/95 Louisville 11,280 5/13-15/94 Florida 6,508 2/22-24/13 Arizona State 64,107 1997 81,801 1995 2,137 1997 64,107/30 dates

Consecutive Games Without Being Shut Out 221 115 80 79 64 64

Record Year 70 1995 .340 1998 2450 1995 566 1998 10.11 1998 788 2005 12.55 1998 549 1995 156 2005 32 2000, 1994 107 1998 7 1998 271 1998 510 1998 1200 1998 .581 1998 350 1995 92 2012 434 1999 52 2005, 1995 47 2000 215 2000 265 2000 606 1995 54 1995 36 1989 2.62 1970 6.52 1998 16 1995 25 1976 10 1994 631.1 1995 614 1998 432 2001 370 2001 293 2001 3.04 1994 568 2005 9.15 2009 87 2009 .207 1966 86 2001 91 2010 11 2001 26 1998 1894 1995 805 1994 107 1997 18 2011 .977 1994 93 1994

PLAYERS

Home Attendance Records Category Single Game Home Opening Game Two-Game Series Three-Game Series Home-Opening Series Regular Season Season (w/postseason) Season Average

Category Games Average At-Bats Runs Runs Per Game Hits Hits Per Game Singles Doubles Triples Home Runs Grand Slams Extra-Base Hits RBIs Total Bases Slugging Percentage Walks Hit by Pitch Strikeouts Sacrifices Sacrifice Flies Stolen Bases Steal Attempts Left on Base Most Wins Most Losses ERA (Low) ERA (High) Saves Complete Games Shutouts Innings Pitched Hits Allowed Runs Allowed Earned Runs Walks Issued Walks/Nine Innings Batters Struck Out Strikeouts/Nine Inns. Home Runs Allowed Opp. Batting Avg. Wild Pitches Hit Batters Balks Pickoffs Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls Fielding Percentage Double Plays

COACHES

Category Record Opponent At-Bats 55 at Georgia 5/8/10 At-Bats (Inn.) 15 at Georgia (3rd inning) 5/8/10 UT-Chattanooga (1st inning) 4/6/77 Runs 34 Georgia State 2/13/99 Runs (Inn.) 14 N.C. State (8th inning) 1/30/98 UT-Chattanooga (1st inning) 4/6/77 Hits 28 at Georgia 5/8/10 Tennessee Temple 5/8/07 SC-Spartanburg 5/2/92 Hits (Inning) 12 at Georgia 5/8/10 RBIs 31 Georgia State 2/13/99 Singles 19 Maryville 4/20/89 Doubles 10 ETSU 3/23/04 Triples 5 Appalachian State 3/10/94 Home Runs 7 Tennessee Tech 3/7/80 Home Runs (Inn.) 5 Vanderbilt 4/6/73 Total Bases 52 at Georgia 5/8/10 Extra-Base Hits 14 at Mississippi State 3/8/98 Walks 24 East Tennessee State 2/24/88 Strikeouts 17 at Kentucky 5/2/09 Hit by Pitch 5 Six times (last vs. Northern Ill. DH-1 2/18/12) Stolen Bases 14 Carson-Newman 4/11/90 Sacrifice Hits 4 at Georgia 4/21/06 at Ole Miss 4/17/04 MTSU 4/26/83 Sacrifice Hits (Inn.) 3 Miami (4th inning) 2/1/02 Sacrifice Flies 3 Nine times (last vs. Eastern Michigan 2/11/07) Left on Base 17 at Western Carolina 4/21/10 at LSU 4/29/07 vs. Florida 3/4/84 Win Margin 28 vs. Morehead State 2/14/04 G2 (29-1) Loss Margin 25 Middle Tennessee 1926 (28-3) Shutout 22 Cumberland (Tenn.) 2/23/91 (22-0) Opponent Shutout 18 at Auburn 5/16/10 (18-0) Innings Pitched 14.0 Three times (last at UNLV 2/17/13) Hits Allowed 24 LSU (DH-2) 5/4/02 Runs Allowed 28 Florida 1960 MTSU 1926 Earned Runs 23 Memphis State 3/24/87 Unearned Runs 10 Kentucky 4/11/97 Walks Issued 14 at Florida 4/30/05 Batters Struck Out 20 Maryville 5/9/72 (all by Joe O’Brien) Wild Pitches 6 Arkansas 4/22/01 Hit Batters 5 Nine times (last at Kentucky 4/13/13) Home Runs Allowed 8 Winthrop 5/7/87 Putouts 42 South Carolina 5/9/99 Alabama 5/17/96 Assists 21 at UNLV 2/17/13 at Mississippi State 4/21/12 Ole Miss 5/19/87 Errors 8 at Miami (Fla.) 2/22/04 Passed Balls 3 Mississippi State 3/8/98; at Georgia 3/21/08 Double Plays 5 Tennessee Tech 3/26/96 Triple Play 1 Eastern Kentucky 2/22/97 (2B-1B) Kentucky 4/14/67 (SS-1B) Longest Game 4:21 vs. Miami (Fla.) 6/9/01 (CWS) Extra-Innings 4:48 Western Kentucky 2/21/12 (13 innings) Shortest Game 1:42 at South Carolina 5/15/04

GENERAL INFO

 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

RECORDS  INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Games Played

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

219 217 216 210 209 206 202 199 192 188

Michael Rivera Ed Lewis Zach Osborne Travis Copley Jeff Christensen Justin Parker Cody Brown Todd Helton Brandon Hopkins Josh Liles

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

.411 .404 .397 .389 .376 .375 .370 .370 .368 .360

Sam Ewing Chris Burke John Huffstetler Bobby Tucker Rick Honeycutt Jeff Pickler Sonny Cortez Todd Helton Bubba Trammell Andy Blanco

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

793 783 777 756 745 742 717 709 700 693

Michael Rivera Zach Osborne Chris Burke Todd Helton Stevie Daniel Ed Lewis Cody Brown Travis Copley Josh Liles Justin Parker

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10.

224 199 186 169 164 157 157 157 157 156

Chris Burke Todd Helton Stevie Daniel Justin Ross Jeff Christensen Jeff Pickler Travis Copley Mike Basse Ronnie Hartsfield Justin Parker

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

(All members of 200-hit club listed) 314 Chris Burke 99-01 280 Todd Helton 93-95 259 Jeff Pickler 96-98 246 Michael Rivera 03-06 246 Stevie Daniel 99-01 237 Ronnie Hartsfield 78-81 230 J.P. Arencibia 05-07 229 Travis Copley 95-98 225 Zach Osborne 09-12 223 Julio Borbon 05-07 221 Jeff Christensen 98-01 220 Justin Ross 96-98 219 Ed Lewis 93-96 213 Mike Basse 89-91 209 Justin Parker 98-01

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

199 197 180 179 176 173 169 166 164 153

Batting Average

At-Bats

Runs Scored

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

72 65 59 57 55 48 48 44 44 42

Chris Burke Todd Helton Travis Copley Stevie Daniel Jeff Pickler J.P. Arencibia Jeff Christensen Justin Ross Ed Lewis Scott Schroeffel

68-70 99-01 51-53 70-73 73-76 96-98 96,98 93-95 93-94 91-92

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 10.

17 14 13 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

Chris Burke Justin Parker Julio Borbon Todd Helton Eli Iorg Jeff Pickler Ron Powell George Shuford Johnny Maddox Stevie Daniel Ed Lewis Jack Ervin B.B. Hopkins John Huffstetler

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

38 37 36 36 34 33 33 30 29 28 27 26

Todd Helton Doug Hecker Cody Hawn Sonny Cortez Bobby Tucker J.P. Arencibia Jeff Christensen Blake Forsythe Rusty Ensor Donnie Ross Chuck Barclift Chris Burke

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

238 177 174 165 158 156 149 147 146 145 145

Todd Helton Jeff Christensen Travis Copley J.P. Arencibia Doug Hecker Chris Burke Stevie Daniel Bobby Tucker Ed Lewis Jeff Pickler Sonny Cortez

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

498 481 381 379 378 369 364 349 337 333

Chris Burke Todd Helton J.P. Arencibia Jeff Pickler Jeff Christensen Stevie Daniel Travis Copley Doug Hecker Justin Parker Justin Ross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.721 .711 .683 .676 .665 .641 .636 .635 .626 .624

03-06 09-12 99-01 93-95 99-01 93-96 06-09 95-98 08-11 98-01 99-01 93-95 99-01 96-98 98-01 96-98 95-98 89-91 78-81 98-01

Hits

Singles

Chris Burke Michael Rivera Ronnie Hartsfield Jeff Pickler Zach Osborne Julio Borbon Mike Basse Todd Helton Stevie Daniel Ed Lewis

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Doubles

03-06 93-96 09-12 95-98 98-01 98-01 06-09 93-95 99-02 08-11

99-01 03-06 78-81 96-98 09-12 05-07 89-91 93-95 99-01 93-96

Triples

Home Runs

Runs Batted In

Total Bases

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

147 113 112 102 102 100 99 98 95 95

Todd Helton Josh Alley Mike Basse Justin Ross Curt Cornwell Clark Rose Jeff Christensen Chris Burke Travis Copley Tommy Stamps

99-01 98-01 05-07 93-95 04-05 96-98 85-86 61-63 60-62 99-01 93-96 63-66 51-53 51-53

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

42 39 39 32 31 29 27 27 27 25

Alex Suarez Jeff Christensen Scott Vieira Kelly Edmundson Cody Grisham Blake Forsythe Jordan Czarniecki Brandon Hopkins Chris Burke Sonny Cortez

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 10.

165 131 127 127 109 107 105 105 105 104

Jeff Christensen Travis Copley Justin Parker Blake Forsythe Donnie Ross Cody Brown J.P. Arencibia Javi Herrera Josh Liles P.J. Polk

93-95 90-92 09-10 96, 98 70-73 05-07 98-01 08-10 81-82 98-99 79-80 99-01 93-95 98-01 95-98 05-07 90-92 99-01 99-01 70-73 93-96 96-98 96,98 99-01 93-95 05-07 96-98 98-01 99-01 95-98 90-92 98-01 96-98

Slugging Percentage Bobby Tucker Sonny Cortez Cody Hawn Rusty Ensor Chuck Barclift Chris Burke Todd Helton Bubba Trammell Donnie Ross Rick Honeycutt

Walks

99-01 93-95 95-98 99-01 96-98 05-07 98-01 96-98 93-96 95-96

70-73 96,98 09-10 81-82 79-80 99-01 93-95 93-94 98-99 73-76

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Hit-by-Pitch

Strikeouts

Sacrifice Bunts

1. 28 Zach Osborne 2. 22 Bryce Christensen 3. 19 Tony Delmonico 4. 17 Chris Fritts 17 Nick Crowe 6. 16 Ryan Case 7. 15 Jarred Frazier 15 Josh Morris 15 James Northeimer 10. 14 Eric King 14 Alex Suarez 14 Ray Espinosa 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

20 18 16 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

1. 145 2. 134 3. 124 4. 87 5. 56 56 7. 55 8. 53 53 10. 51

Sacrifice Flies

Todd Helton Travis Copley Justin Parker Doug Hecker Jeff Christensen Kris Bennett Ed Lewis Zach Osborne J.P. Arencibia Brandon Hopkins Sonny Cortez

Stolen Bases

Mike Basse Stevie Daniel Chris Burke Clay Greene Jordan Czarniecki Jeff Christensen Ronnie Hartsfield Eli Iorg Bobby Gaylor Bill Hatfield

93-95 03-05 89-91 96-98 80-83 88-90 98-01 99-01 95-98 82-85 03-05 98-01 94-95 04-06 08-10 08-10 02-03 99-02 99-01 96,98

98-01 95-98 98-01 08-10 98-99 06-08 05-07 01-03 08-11 08-10 09-12 94-95 06-07 10-12 02-04 00-01 06-09 98-99 93-94 04-05 03-05 95-96 93-95 95-98 98-01 90-92 98-01 00-01 93-96 09-12 05-07 99-02 96, 98 89-91 99-01 99-01 96-97 02-03 98-01 78-81 04-05 84-86 73-76

 INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 99-01 93-95 98-01 95-98 05-07 99-01 96-98 90-92 70-73 98-01 96,98

Victories

Winning Percentage

Jimmy Lee Mike Duvall Todd Helton John Hammett David Tiller Mark Cummings Rick Honeycutt Joe O’Brien Luke Hochevar Derek Tharpe

85 73 73 72 69 69 63 61 60 59

Craig Cobb Sean Watson R.A. Dickey Todd Helton Joey Andrews Ryan Meyers Nick Williams Nick Blount Allen Halliday Will Curtiss

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 10.

54 52 48 41 41 41 40 35 35 34 34 34

R.A. Dickey James Adkins Craig Cobb Ben Riley Ryan Meyers Allen Halliday Jamie Bennett Bill Aldridge Rick Honeycutt Chris Freeman Rich Rodriguez Nick Hernandez

Appearances

Games Started

04-07 04-06 94-96 93-95 02-05 93-96 11-13 10-12 88-90 98-01 94-96 05-07 04-07 02-04 93-96 88-90 99-00 76-78 73-76 93-94 82-84 07-09

380 345 287 253 253 249 246 214 214 203

James Adkins R.A. Dickey Luke Hochevar Jamie Bennett Bryan Morgado Rich DeLucia Ryan Meyers Craig Cobb Chris Freeman Wyatt Allen

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

138 137 132 132 127 117 116 110 110 109

Ben Riley James Adkins Wyatt Allen R.A. Dickey Bill Aldridge Rich DeLucia Rich Rodriguez Luke Hudson Paul Fletcher Bryan Morgado

1. 23 2. 18 3. 11 11 5. 10 6. 9 9 8. 8 9. 7 7 7

Todd Helton Sean Watson Nick Blount Jeff Lockwood Randy MacNeill Matt Ramsey Rich DeLucia Clark Odom Nick Williams Joey Andrews Danny Wiltz

Strikeouts

Walks

Saves

94-96 04-07 05-07 99-00 93-96 03-05 88-90 73-76 02-04 93-94 05-07 94-96 03-05 99-00 07-10 83-86 93-96 04-07 93-94 99-01 02-04 05-07 99-01 94-96 76-78 83-86 82-84 96-98 91-92 07-10 93-95 04-06 10-12 07-09 91-92 09-11 83-86 97-98 11-13 02-05 06-09

MEDIA INFO

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 7. 8. 9.

68-70 67-69 93-95 66-68 65-67 74-75 73-76 71-73 03-05 03-04

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

Innings Pitched

R.A. Dickey Craig Cobb James Adkins Jamie Bennett Ryan Meyers Luke Hochevar Allen Halliday Rick Honeycutt Ben Riley Chris Freeman

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1.85 2.09 2.24 2.60 2.61 2.79 2.97 2.99 3.04 3.05

434.0 383.0 355.1 313.2 312.0 280.1 270.2 266.1 238.1 234.1

RECORDS & HONORS

Earned Run Average

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

76-78 73-76 99-00 94-96 04-07 83-86 77-79 71-73 82-84 80-82

REVIEW

Minimum 14 decisions 1. .867 M. Smithson, 13-2 74-76 2. .824 G. Mashburn, 14-3 72-75 3. .813 D. Johnson, 13-3 01-04 4. .800 J. Huffstetler, 16-4 51-53 5. .792 R.A. Dickey, 38-10 94-96 .792 Todd Helton, 19-5 93-95 7. .785 Mike Duvall, 11-3 67-69 8. .765 Matt Myers, 13-4 96-97 9. .750 Luke Hudson, 15-5 96-98 10. .730 Jimmy Lee, 19-7 68-70

Bill Aldridge Rick Honeycutt Jamie Bennett R.A. Dickey Craig Cobb Rich DeLucia Gary Rivers Joe O’Brien Rich Rodriguez Jimmy Johnson

OPPONENTS

38 27 25 25 23 22 21 21 21 20 20

22 19 14 13 12 12 12 12 11 11

PLAYERS

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 10.

(All 20-game winners listed) R.A. Dickey 94-96 Craig Cobb 04-07 James Adkins 05-07 Luke Hochevar 03-05 Chris Freeman 93-94 Ryan Meyers 93-96 Jamie Bennett 99-00 Bronson Heflin 93-94 Rick Honeycutt 73-76 Jeff Glover 84-86 Bill Aldridge 75-78

Complete Games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.

COACHES

Chris Burke Todd Helton Jeff Christensen Travis Copley J.P. Arencibia Stevie Daniel Jeff Pickler Doug Hecker Bobby Tucker Justin Parker Sonny Cortez

GENERAL INFO

Extra-Base Hits

1. 115 2. 114 3. 86 86 5. 83 6. 82 7. 80 8. 76 76 10. 74 74

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 MISC. CAREER RECORDS Category

Extra-base Hits Steal Attempts Hits Allowed Runs Allowed Earned Runs Allowed Wild Pitches Hit Batters Pickoffs Putouts Assists Errors

Record Player 115 176 437 218 185 42 37 17 1,476 564 63

Chris Burke Mike Basse Craig Cobb Craig Cobb Craig Cobb Wyatt Allen R.A. Dickey Mathew Myers Todd Helton Zach Osborne Stevie Daniel

Years

1999-2001 1989-91 2004-07 2004-07 2004-07 1999-2001 1994-96 1996-97 1993-95 2009-2012 1999-2001

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RECORDS  INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Games Played

1. 2. 3. 5.

70 69 68 68 67 67 67 67 67 67 67

Matt Whitley Todd Helton Jeff Christensen Ed Lewis Josh Alley J.P. Arencibia Chase Headley Eric King Michael Rivera Chris Burke Stevie Daniel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.464 .445 .435 .432 .429 .420 .419 .414 .413 .408

Sam Ewing Jeff Pickler Chris Burke Andy Blanco John Huffstetler Sam Ewing Travis Copley B.B. Hopkins Chuck Barclift Roger McKinney

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

293 283 277 277 272 271 270 266 259 258 258

Matt Whitley J.P. Arencibia Eric King Stevie Daniel Chris Burke Chris Burke Ed Lewis Scott Schroeffel Clay Greene Jeff Christensen Todd Helton

Batting Average

At-Bats

Runs Scored

1. 105 2. 86 3. 82 4. 79 79 6. 71 7. 70 70 9. 69 10. 67 67

Chris Burke Todd Helton Chase Headley Jeff Pickler Justin Ross Matt Whitley Josh Alley Sonny Cortez Chris Burke Stevie Daniel Justin Ross

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Chris Burke Chris Burke Jeff Pickler Todd Helton Eli Iorg Chase Headley Eric King J.P. Arencibia Stevie Daniel Ed Lewis

118 109 109 105 96 92 92 91 91 90

1. 76 2. 75 3. 70 70 70 6. 69 7. 68 68 68 10. 66

Hits

Singles

Matt Whitley Chris Burke Eric King Jeff Pickler Mike Basse Mike Basse Michael Rivera Kris Bennett Ed Lewis Julio Borbon Chris Burke

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1995 1995 2001 1995 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2001 2001

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

1970 1998 2001 1992 1952 1969 1998 1953 1980 1971

1. 2. 3. 4. 10.

1995 2005 2005 2001 2000 2001 1995 1995 1997 2001 1995

2001 1995 2005 1998 1998 1995 2005 1998 2000 2001 1997

2001 2000 1998 1995 2005 2005 2005 2005 2001 1995

1995 2000 2005 1998 1989 1991 2005 2000 1995 2006 2001

30 29 27 26 25 25 24 23 22 22 22

11 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Doubles

Jeff Pickler Scott Schroeffel Todd Helton Chris Burke Stevie Daniel Chris Burke Chase Headley Kurt Keene Jeff Christensen Justin Ross Todd Helton

Triples

Chris Burke Justin Parker Sam Ewing Julio Borbon Eli Iorg Walter Sevilla Stevie Daniel Ron Powell George Shuford Julio Borbon Jeff Baumtrog Jeff Pickler Scott Schroeffel Jack Ervin Bobby Sammons John Huffstetler

Home Runs

1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8.

24 22 20 20 20 18 16 15 15 15 15

Sonny Cortez Cody Hawn Chris Burke Todd Helton Chuck Barclift Doug Hecker Rusty Ensor Eli Iorg Donnie Ross Blake Forsythe Blake Forsythe

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

92 87 81 80 73 72 71 67 66 66

Todd Helton Sonny Cortez Cody Hawn Todd Helton Jeff Christensen Eli Iorg J.P. Arencibia Joe Randa Todd Helton Doug Hecker

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

221 200 174 168 164 164 158 155 153 152

Chris Burke Todd Helton Sonny Cortez Eli Iorg Chase Headley Jeff Pickler Scott Schroeffel Chris Burke Cody Hawn Jeff Christensen

Runs Batted In

Total Bases

1998 1996 1995 2000 2001 1999 2005 1997 2001 1998 1993

2001 2000 1969 2007 2004 2002 2000 1986 1962 2006 2000 1997 1995 1966 1962 1953

1998 2009 2001 1995 1980 1991 1982 2005 1999 2009 2010

1995 1998 2009 1994 2001 2005 2005 1991 1993 1991

2001 1995 1998 2005 2005 1998 1996 2000 2009 2001

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Slugging Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.831 .824 .821 .815 .800 .775 .773 .745 .736 .711

Chuck Barclift Sam Ewing Sonny Cortez Chris Burke Bobby Tucker Todd Helton Cody Hawn Rick Honeycutt Pat Sullivan Bobby Tucker

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

63 61 56 54 51 48 47 45 42 42 42

Chase Headley Todd Helton Todd Helton Josh Alley Chris Burke Matt Whitley Mike Basse Clark Rose Cody Hawn Justin Ross Justin Ross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.

25 23 22 19 16 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 15

Scott Vieira Alex Suarez John Massey Kelly Edmundson Blake Forsythe Alex Suarez Jordan Czarniecki Jeff Christensen Jeff Christensen Kentrail Davis Sonny Cortez Steve Soper Cody Grisham

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

63 61 56 55 54 54 53 52 51 51

Donnie Ross Drew Steckenrider Kentrail Davis Jeff Christensen David Vance Blake Forsythe Jeff Christensen Blake Forsythe Javi Herrera Jason Imperial

1. 2. 3. 9.

16 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

Bryce Christensen Jeff Moberg A.J. Simcox Chris Fritts Tony Delmonico Eric King Alex Suarez Ryan Case Jarred Frazier Fred Carr Greg Chignoli

Walks

Hit-by-Pitch

Strikeouts

Sacrifice Bunts

1980 1970 1998 2001 1973 1995 2009 1976 1985 1972

2005 1995 1994 2005 2001 1995 1991 1989 2010 1998 1997

1995 2005 2000 2006 2009 2004 2003 2001 2000 2008 1996 1994 2009

1999 2012 2008 2001 1993 2010 1999 2009 2001 1989

1995 2013 2013 2012 2007 2005 2005 2000 2006 1993 1991

 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

52 51 44 43 41 39 39 38 37 37

Chris Burke Todd Helton Sonny Cortez Scott Schroeffel Chase Headley Jeff Pickler Kurt Keene Eli Iorg Jeff Christensen Cody Hawn

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

.537 .530 .516 .515 .513 .505 .498 .498 .486 .485

15 15 14 13 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

2001 1995 1998 1996 2005 1998 1997 2005 2001 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

0.89 1.30 1.57 1.61 1.66 1.93 1.95 1.99 2.01 2.19

1. 2. 3. 7. 10.

32 30 29 29 29 29 28 28 28 27 27 27

On-Base Percentage Chris Burke Chase Headley Todd Helton Clark Rose Jeff Pickler Clark Rose Andy Blanco Mike Basse Blake Forsythe David Turner

Victories

Luke Hochevar R.A. Dickey R.A. Dickey Bronson Heflin Chris Freeman Jamie Bennett Chris Freeman Paul Fletcher Ted Carson James Adkins Wyatt Allen Jamie Bennett Michael Cosgrove Ryan Meyers

2001 2005 1995 1988 1998 1990 1992 1991 2009 1985

2005 1994 1995 1994 1993 1999 1994 1991 1982 2005 2001 2000 1997 1995

1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

22 21 20 19 19 19 19 18 18 18

1. 10 2. 9 3. 8 8 8 6. 7 7 7 7 10. 6 6 6 6

1951 1974 1970 1994 2001 1996 1989 2005 1995 1995 1992 1976 1976

Earned Run Average Todd Helton Jimmy Lee Jimmy Lee David Tiller Todd Helton John Hammett Joe O’Brien Mark Cummings Derek Tharpe Don Varner

Appearances

Scot Drucker Todd Helton Sean Watson Sean Watson Will Curtiss Jason Marr Clark Odom Todd Helton Zack Godley Drew Steckenrider Matt Ramsey R.A. Dickey

Games Started

R.A. Dickey Jamie Bennett R.A. Dickey James Adkins Luke Hochevar Jamie Bennett Paul Fletcher Wyatt Allen Ryan Meyers Chris Freeman

Complete Games

Bill Aldridge Jimmy Johnson Jamie Bennett Jimmy Gaylor Rick Honeycutt Richard King Steve Searcy Mike Smithson Joe O’Brien Zack Godley Jamie Bennett Chris Freeman Bill Aldridge

1994 1968 1969 1967 1995 1968 1972 1974 2004 1970

2004 1995 2006 2005 2001 1997 1997 1994 2011 2012 2009 1996

1995 1999 1994 2005 2005 2000 1991 2001 1995 1994

1978 1980 1999 1979 1976 1991 1984 1976 1972 2013 2000 1993 1976

Innings Pitched

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

164.0 159.2 149.2 147.0 139.2 127.1 127.1 126.0 122.0 119.2

Jamie Bennett R.A. Dickey Jamie Bennett R.A. Dickey Luke Hochevar James Adkins R.A. Dickey Bronson Heflin James Adkins Ryan Meyers

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

154 142 137 135 133 121 120 112 111 111

Luke Hochevar Jamie Bennett R.A. Dickey James Adkins James Adkins R.A. Dickey Chris Freeman James Adkins Jeffery Terrell Jamie Bennett

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

67 61 61 60 59 54 52 52 51 51 51

Marlyn Tisdale Jamie Bennett Paul Fletcher R.A. Dickey Wyatt Allen Luke Hochevar Ben Riley Bill Aldridge James Adkins Ben Riley Chris Freeman

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Minimum 1.0 IP per team game 0.968 Nick Hernandez 2008 1.306 Brandon Crowe 2003 1.403 Kendall Stiles 1980 1.453 Kendall Stiles 1981 1.510 Dusty Johnson 2001 1.698 Craig Cobb 2006 1.776 Todd Helton 1995 1.993 Craig Cobb 2005 2.008 Derek Tharpe 2004 2.029 Craig Cobb 2007

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

12 11 11 10 9 8 7 6 6 5 5

Strikeouts

Walks

1999 1995 2000 1994 2005 2005 1996 1994 2007 1995

2005 1999 1996 2005 2007 1995 1994 2006 2002 2000

1999 1999 1991 1995 2001 2005 2002 1977 2005 2003 1993

Walks Per Nine Innings

Saves

Todd Helton Sean Watson Todd Helton Nick Blount Randy MacNeill Jeff Lockwood Sean Watson Jeffery Terrell Clark Odom Scot Drucker Will Curtiss

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Extra-Base Hits

2000 2000 1997 1989 2001 1991 2001 1990 1991 1990

J. Huffstetler, 8-1 M. Cummings, 8-1 Jimmy Lee, 8-1 R.A. Dickey, 15-2 Will Curtiss, 7-1 M. Myers, 7-1 C. Freeman, 12-2 L. Hochevar, 15-3 R. Meyers, 10-2 Todd Helton, 8-2 Richard King, 8-2 R. Honeycutt, 8-2 M. Smithson, 8-2

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Stolen Bases

Winning Percentage

RECORDS & HONORS

Stevie Daniel Chris Burke Clay Greene Mike Basse Chris Burke Mike Basse Stevie Daniel Mike Basse Coleman Smith Danny Ramirez

.889 .889 .889 .882 .875 .875 .857 .833 .833 .800 .800 .800 .800

REVIEW

58 56 54 53 49 49 46 43 41 38

1. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

OPPONENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2003 1995 2000 1991 2006 2001 2005 2004 2000 1998 1995 1993 1992 1989

PLAYERS

Brian Cleveland Todd Helton Kris Bennett Joe Randa J.P. Arencibia Dan Wilson Eli Iorg Brian Cleveland Chris Burke Sonny Cortez Ed Lewis Todd Helton Doug Hecker Mark McClain

COACHES

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

GENERAL INFO

Sacrifice Flies

1. 3. 5. 7.

RECORDS  TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Games

70............................................... 1995 68................................................2001 67...............................................2005 66............................................... 1994 65................................................ 1993

Batting Average

.340............................................ 1998 .331............................................2005 .326............................................ 1997 .322............................................1980 .321........................................... 2000

At-Bats

2450.......................................... 1995 2410...........................................2001 2384..........................................2005 2313............................................ 1994 2228........................................... 1996

Runs

566............................................. 1998 533............................................. 1995 532.................................2005, 1994 518..............................................2001 504............................................. 1997

Runs Per Game

10.11............................................ 1998 8.26............................................ 1997 8.06............................................ 1994 7.94...........................................2005 7.82.......................................... 2000

Hits

788............................................2005 753............................................. 1995 746.............................................2001 725............................................. 1997 706............................................. 1994

Hits Per Game

12.55........................................... 1998 11.89............................................ 1997 11.76...........................................2005 11.13............................................. 1996 10.97.............................2001, 2000

Extra-Base Hits

271.............................................. 1998 252............................................. 1997 248.............................................2001 243............................................2005 220........................................... 2000

Singles

549............................................. 1995 545............................................2005 502............................................. 1994 498.............................................2001 485............................................. 1996

Doubles

156.............................................2005 154.............................................2004 152.............................................. 1998 151...............................................2001 149.............................................. 1997

Triples

32................................... 2000, 1994 25................................................ 1997 24................................................2001 21................................................. 1996 20....................................1993, 1966

Home Runs

107.............................................. 1998 87...............................................2009 81.................................................2010 78................................................ 1997 73................................................2001

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Runs Batted In

510.............................................. 1998 487............................................2005 474............................................. 1994 464.............................................2001 462............................................. 1995

Total Bases

1200........................................... 1998 1186............................................2005 1164.............................................2001 1158............................................. 1997 1097........................................... 1995

Slugging Percentage

.581............................................. 1998 .520............................................ 1997 .518.............................................1980 .497...........................................2005 .484...........................................2009

Walks

350............................................. 1995 324............................................. 1994 285............................................. 1989 282............................................. 1998 276............................................. 1993

Hit By Pitch

92................................................ 2012 90............................................. 2000 80...............................................2001 77...............................................2005 75................................................ 1995

Strikeouts

434............................................. 1999 411..............................................2009 397............................................2007 393............................................. 1995 389.............................................2001

Sacrifice Bunts

52....................................2005, 1995 51................................................. 2012 46....................................... 2013 41.............................................. 2000 37................................... 2006, 1996

Sacrifice Flies

47.............................................. 2000 35................................................2001 33................................................ 1998 32.................................. 2005, 2003 31................................................. 1995

Stolen Bases

Errors

107.............................................. 1997 104.........................1989, 1986, 1981 103..............................................2001 101............................................... 1985 100...................................1995, 1990

Fielding Percentage

.977............................................ 1994 .975............................................ 1993 .974............................................2010 .972...........................................2009 .972...........................................2005

Double Plays

93................................................ 1994 72................................................ 1995 66...............................................2001 64............................................... 1998 62................................................ 1997

Wins

54................................................ 1995 52................................................ 1994 48...............................................2001 46..............................................2005 45................................................ 1993

Losses

36................................................ 1989 31......................................2012, 1990 30....................................... 2013 29.............2011, 2009, 2008, 1988 28....................................2002, 1999

ERA

2.62............................................ 1970 2.66............................................ 1968 2.70............................................ 1969 2.98............................................ 1994 3.13............................................. 1967

Complete Games

25................................................ 1976 20............................................... 1978 17...........................1993, 1984, 1974 16.................................................. 1991 15...................................... 1986, 1979

Shutouts

10................................................ 1994 9.................................................. 1974 8.................................................. 1995 7.................................................. 1976 6..............2005, 2000, 1972, 1970

Saves

Earned Runs

370.............................................2001 356............................................. 1999 353............................................. 1998 332............................................2009 326.............................................2010

Walks

293.............................................2001 283............................................. 1998 277.............................................. 1999 274............................................. 1993 271................................... 1995, 1989

Walks/Nine Innings

3.04............................................ 1994 3.16............................................2003 3.26............................................ 1996 3.30............................................ 1985 3.43............................................ 1974

Strikeouts

568............................................2005 545............................................. 1995 537.............................................2001 519.............................................. 1996 493...............................2009, 2004

Strikeouts/Nine Innings

9.15............................................2009 8.91............................................. 1965 8.73...........................................2005 8.60............................................ 1966 8.28............................................ 1992

Doubles Allowed

127.............................................. 1997 126.............................................2009 123.............................................2008 115............................................... 1988 113............................................... 1998

Triples Allowed

21................................................. 1986 18................................................. 1994 17........................2012, 2008, 2004 16...................................... 1998, 1977 14................ 2012, ‘01, ‘99, ‘95, ‘78

Home Runs Allowed

77...............................................2009 76................................................ 1998 69...............................................2010 68...............................................2008 60............................................... 1997

Opp. Batting Avg.

215............................................ 2000 174............................................... 1991 160..............................................2001 159..............................................1990 137................................... 1995, 1992

16................................................. 1995 15......................................2012, 2001 14..........................1996, 1994, 1992 13......................................2011, 2005 12................................................2006

.207............................................ 1966 .211.............................................. 1965 .214..............................................1972 .216............................................. 1967 .216............................................. 1974

Stolen-Base Attempts

Innings Pitched 631.1............................................ 1995 605.0.........................................2001 589.0......................................... 1994 585.1..........................................2005 564.0......................................... 1996

86................................................2001 77................................................ 1999 56................................................ 1998 51................................................2004 51.................................................2010

265........................................... 2000 238.............................................. 1991 226.............................................1990 201..............................................2001 191............................................... 1995

Putouts

1894........................................... 1995 1815.............................................2001 1767............................................ 1994 1756...........................................2005 1692............................................ 1996

Assists

805............................................. 1995 763............................................. 1994 750............................................2005 709............................................. 1996 706.............................................2001

Hits Allowed

655.............................................2001 614.............................................. 1998 585............................................2007 581.............................................. 1999 580............................................. 1995

Runs Allowed

432.............................................2001 419.............................................. 1999 396............................................. 1998 381..............................................1990 379............................................. 1989

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Hit Batters

91.................................................2010 73....................................... 2012 71.................................................2001 62.....................................1999, 1998 59..................... 2008, 2007, 2000

Balks

12................................................2002 11..................................... 2001, 2004 10..................................... 1999, 1997 9.................................... 2007, 2003 7......................................2005, 1984

 FRESHMAN SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

59 57 54 53 51

Mike Basse Kurt Keene J.P. Arencibia Stevie Daniel Travis Copley

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

91 87 86 82 80 80

J.P. Arencibia Chris Burke Todd Helton Kurt Keene Stevie Daniel Mike Basse

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.406 .372 .368 .355 .350

Bobby Tucker Chris Burke Kurt Keene Ronnie Hartsfield Julio Borbon

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

71 66 58 55 52

J.P. Arencibia Todd Helton Kurt Keene Travis Copley Stevie Daniel

25 23 22 19 18

Runs

Hits

Batting Average

Runs Batted In

Doubles

Chris Burke Kurt Keene Todd Helton Stevie Daniel Travis Copley

2005 1993 1995 1989 1999

1989 1997 2005 1999 1995

2005 1999 1993 1997 1999 1989

1970 1999 1997 1978 2005

2005 1993 1997 1995 1999

1999 1997 1993 1999 1995

1. 3. 5.

14 14 13 13 11

J.P. Arencibia Alan Cockrell Kentrail Davis Kurt Keene Todd Helton

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

150 147 137 126 120

Kurt Keene Todd Helton J.P. Arencibia Stevie Daniel Kentrail Davis

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

53 30 21 20 19

Mike Basse Stevie Daniel Andrew Toles Lar Gilligan Chris Burke

1. 2. 3. 6. 7.

27 24 23 23 23 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

Matt Ramsey Will Locante Nick Williams Carter Watson Jeff Lockwood Joey Andrews Andy Cox Trevor Charpie Robbie Kidd Nick Hernandez Craig Cobb Luke Hochevar R.A. Dickey Nick Blount

Home Runs

Total Bases

Stolen Bases

Appearances

ERA

2013 2011 2008 1997 1993 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2.60 2.98 3.00 3.32 3.33

Minimum 30.0 IP Steve Searcy Rick Honeycutt R.A. Dickey James Adkins Bob Whittlesey

2005 1983 2008 1997 1993

1. 2. 3. 5.

147.0 127.1 80.1 80.1 79.1

R.A. Dickey James Adkins Bryan Morgado Patrick Hicklen John Alkire

1997 1993 2005 1999 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

15 10 9 7 6 6

R.A. Dickey James Adkins Jeff Glover John Alkire Luke Hochevar Todd Helton

1. 2. 4.

8 4 4 3 3 3

Jeff Lockwood 2007 Nick Williams 2011 Matt Ramsey 2009 Trevor Bettencourt 2013 Luke Hochevar 2003 Patrick Hicklen 2001

1. 2. 5.

5 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

135 104 87 73 61

1989 1999 2011 1989 1999

2009 2009 2011 2011 2007 2002 2013 2013 2012 2007 2004 2003 1994 2010

Innings Pitched

Wins

1983 1973 1994 2005 1972

1994 2005 2008 2001 1995

1994 2005 1984 1995 2003 1993

Saves

Complete Games R.A. Dickey James Adkins Craig Cobb Todd Helton Patrick Hicklen Jeff Glover Richard Rodriguez Rick Honeycutt

Strikeouts

James Adkins Bryan Morgado R.A. Dickey Luke Hochevar Patrick Hicklen

1994 2005 2004 1993 2001 1984 1982 1973

2005 2008 1994 2003 2001

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At-Bats

Vincent Jackson Andrew Toles Kentrail Davis Kurt Keene Todd Helton Lar Gilligan

RECORDS & HONORS

J.P. Arencibia Todd Helton Travis Copley Mike Basse Chris Burke

3 3 3 3 3 3

REVIEW

283 247 236 236 234

Triples

1.

OPPONENTS

1. 2. 3. 5.

2005 1995 1993 2001 1989

PLAYERS

J.P. Arencibia Travis Copley Todd Helton Javi Herrera Mike Basse

COACHES

67 66 65 63 59

GENERAL INFO

Games Played

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Jeffery Terrell vs. Bowling Green State 2/15/02 (W, 5-0) Luke Hochevar at Auburn 3/18/05 (W, 2-1) Zack Godley vs. Texas A&M 5/16/13 (L, 5-1, 9.0 innings) Zack Godley vs. Kentucky 4/14/13 (W, 5-0, 9.0 inn.) at Kentucky 4/14/13 (W, 5-0) Morehead State 4/17/06 (doubleheader; wins of 3-0 and 9-0) Zack Godley (13 Ks) vs. Texas A&M 5/16/13 Jamie Bennett (10.0) vs. Auburn 4/14/00 at Alabama (DH-2) 4/16/11 at Oregon State 2/28/10 Matt Duffy vs. New Orleans 3/9/11 Pierce Bily (RBI 1B in 9th inning) vs. Missouri (DH-1) 3/23/13 Matt Ramsey vs. Florida 4/10/10 Joe Randa vs. Louisville 4/23/91 Chris Pierce vs. New Orleans 3/8/11 Charley Thurber vs. Xavier 2/21/10 Khayyan Norfork at Austin Peay 3/17/11 Ethan Bennett vs. Alabama A&M 3/15/11 Cody Hawn vs. Ohio 3/6/09 Christin Stewart vs. Arkansas State 5/8/13 Scott Price vs. Missouri (DH-2) 3/23/13 Ethan Bennett vs. Alabama A&M 3/15/11 Khayyan Norfork (two-run) and Josh Liles (solo) vs. UNC Asheville 5/18/10 Ken Folkers, Ed Lewis & Ray Espinosa vs. ETSU 4/3/96 Ethan Bennett, March 12-15/11 Cody Hawn, May 9-14/10 Matt Duffy at Georgia 5/8/10 Drew Steckenrider vs. Vanderbilt 5/4/12 Hunter Rigsby vs. ETSU 4/17/02 Scott Price at Vanderbilt 3/31/13 Scott Price at UNLV 2/15/13 Kris Bennett vs. Georgia 6/11/01 Vance Vizcaino vs. Alcorn State 3/8/13 P.J. Polk at Georgia 5/8/10 Will Maddox vs. Alcorn State 3/8/13 Ethan Bennett at Arkansas 5/10/13 Chris Fritts vs. Northern Illinois, 2/18/12 (DH-1) Tyler Horne vs. South Carolina 5/9/09 Cody Hawn at Georgia 5/9/10 Jordan Czarniecki vs. Tennessee Tech 3/26/03 Will Maddox vs. MTSU, 4/30/13 Eastern Kentucky 2/22/97 (SS-1B) vs. Florida 4/6/08 (Jeff Lockwood lined into 2B-SS-1B) LHP Brian Dodd of Arizona State 3/19/88 Cole Lankford of Texas A&M 5/18/13 Ryan Meyers, Mike Lincoln & Scott Schroeffel, 1996 Atlantic Regional vs. Charleston Southern, Georgia Southern and West Virginia vs. Western Kentucky (5-4 in 10 inn.) 3/13/13 at Florida (2-3 in 10 innings) 4/27/13 Missouri, 2013 Texas A&M, 2013 Alcorn State, 2013 Ole Miss, 2013 at Kentucky, 2013 at Arkansas, 2013 at Georgia, 2010 at Vanderbilt, 2013 Eli Iorg (9th) vs. Arkansas 4/15/05 Dave Serrano (4th) vs. Alabama 4/1/12 Gregg Wallis (6th) vs. Houston 3/2/11

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1976 1995 1998 2000 2001

Robby Howard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brad Bradshaw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Honeycutt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Pickler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1962 1966 1970 1995 2001 2005

Ken Hudgens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Bob Lannom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Sam Ewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Chase Headley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82

1970 1972 1976 1981 1993 1995 1996 1998 1999

Sam Ewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Honeycutt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Geren. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Schroeffel. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Pickler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Runs Batted In

Hits

18 35 57 80 92 65 65 65 105 109 109 118

Runs Scored

Stolen Bases

Hit-by-Pitch

2005 2006

Alex Suarez. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Kelly Edmundson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1982 1994 2005

Ted Carson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 R.A. Dickey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Luke Hochevar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

1995 2000

Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.66 Jamie Bennett. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.71

1999 2005

Jamie Bennett. . . . . . . . . . . . 164.0 Luke Hochevar. . . . . . . . . . . . 139.2

1978 1982 2001 2005

Bill Aldridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Ted Carson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Wyatt Allen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Luke Hochevar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154

Wins

Earned Run Average

Innings Pitched

Strikeouts

Batters Struck Out Looking

Doubles

11 14 17 20 22 27 29 30 25

2005

Luke Hochevar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

1994 2005

Runs Batted In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 466 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 487

2001 2004 2005

Doubles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157

2000 2001 2005

Triples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1986 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1997 2000 2001 2003 2005

Stolen Bases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

122 159 174 137 136 138 116 215 160 82 112

1995 2005

Hits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 753 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 788

1994 1995 2005

Runs Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 532 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 533 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 532

1986 1994

Earned Run Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.98

1995

Strikeouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 545

2006

Hits Allowed (fewest) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 486

1984 1993 1994 2000

Fielding Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

.961 .975 .977 .967

 NCAA INDIVIDUAL & TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS Year 1969 1973

Home Runs Per Game

Player Phil Garner Bobby Tucker

G HR Avg 33 12 0.36 35 13 0.37

Runs Scored Per Game

Year Player 2001 Chris Burke *Cumulative total also led NCAA

Year 2001

Player Chris Burke

Year 1997

Player Clay Greene

Hits

G R Avg 67 105* 1.57

Year 1994 2005

Player R.A. Dickey Luke Hochevar

Year 1991 Tennessee 2000 Tennessee

Victories

G IP W-L Pct 21 147.0 15-2 .882 19 139.2 15-3 .833

Stolen Bases

G SB SBA Avg 60 174 239 2.90 63 215 265 3.41

Fielding Percentage

G AB 67 271

Stolen Bases

H Avg 118 .435

G SB SBA Avg 59 54 63 0.92

Year 1993 Tennessee 1994 Tennessee

PO A E Pct 1654 656 60 .975 1767 783 61 .977

Double Plays

Year DP Avg 1994 Tennessee 93 1.41

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Jack Ervin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phil Garner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Honeycutt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12 10 13 20 20

Mike Basse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Mike Basse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Mike Basse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Jose Vazquez. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Richie Wyman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Clay Greene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Stevie Daniel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Jordan Czarniecki. . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Eli Iorg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Andy Simunic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Batting Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .311 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .340 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331

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1966 1970 1976 1994 1995

Home Runs

1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1997 2000 2001 2003 2005 2007

On-Base Percentage

1991 1998 2005

RECORDS & HONORS

Phil Garner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chuck Barclift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Helton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Chase Headley. . . . . . . . . . . . . .530

(since 1980)

REVIEW

1969 1970 1973 1980 1995

2005

SEC Team Leaders

PLAYERS

B.B. Hopkins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .414 Sam Ewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .420 Sam Ewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .464 Bobby Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .395 Joey Pritchard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .370 Condredge Holloway. . . . . . . . .396 Rick Honeycutt. . . . . . . . . . . . . .404 Andy Blanco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .432 Jeff Pickler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .445 Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .435 Chase Headley. . . . . . . . . . . . . .387

5 6 7 8 11

COACHES

1953 1969 1970 1972 1974 1975 1976 1992 1998 2001 2005

John Huffstetler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Shuford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Ewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Justin Parker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Burke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

OPPONENTS

Batting Average

Triples

1953 1962 1969 2000 2001

GENERAL INFO

SEC Individual Leaders

RECORDS  TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICANS First-Team Selections

Year Player Organization 1953 B.B Hopkins, 3B ABCA 1970 Sam Ewing, OF ABCA, TSN 1973 Bobby Tucker, OF ABCA 1975 Condredge Holloway, SS TSN 1976 Rick Honeycutt, 1B ABCA 1984 Alan Cockrell, OF TSN 1992 Doug Hecker, 1B BA, TSN 1994 R.A. Dickey, RHP BA, CB, NCBWA, Smith Todd Helton, 1B NCBWA, Smith 1995 Todd Helton, 1B ABCA, BA, CB, NCBWA, Smith R.A. Dickey, RHP NCBWA, Smith 1996 R.A. Dickey, RHP CB, NCBWA, Smith 1998 Jeff Pickler, 2B ABCA, BA, CB, BW, NCBWA, Smith, TSN 2000 Chris Burke, 2B BW 2001 Chris Burke, SS ABCA, BA, BW, CB, NCBWA 2005 Luke Hochevar, RHP ABCA, BA, CB, NCBWA, SW 2006 J.P. Arencibia, C CBF

Second-Team Selections

Year Player 1951 Harold “Herky” Payne, 2B 1980 Chuck Barclift, OF 1992 Jose Vazquez, OF Doug Hecker, 1B 1994 Todd Helton, 1B Bubba Trammell, OF Chris Freeman, RHP 1995 R.A. Dickey, RHP 1996 R.A. Dickey, RHP 1998 Sonny Cortez, OF 2000 Chris Burke, 2B 2005 Eli Iorg, OF 2006 J.P. Arencibia, C 2009 Cody Hawn, 1B

Organization ABCA ABCA ABCA CB BA NCBWA Smith ABCA ABCA BW CB ABCA, BA CB Ping

Third-Team Selections

Year Player 1991 Mike Basse, OF Doug Hecker, 1B 1992 Jose Vazquez, OF 1993 Todd Helton, 1B 1994 Todd Helton, 1B Bubba Trammell, OF 1995 R.A. Dickey, RHP 1996 R.A. Dickey, RHP Augie Ojeda, SS Scott Schroeffel, OF 1998 Sonny Cortez, OF 2000 Chris Burke, 2B 2005 Chase Headley, 3B Eli Iorg, OF 2009 Cody Hawn, 1B

Organization ABCA ABCA CB NCBWA, Smith CB Smith BA, CB BA Smith Smith ABCA, CB, TSN ABCA, BA ABCA, BA, CB CB, NCBWA NCBWA

Freshman All-America Selections

Year Player 1989 Mike Basse, OF 1993 Todd Helton, 1B 1994 R.A. Dickey, RHP 1995 Travis Copley, DH 1997 Kurt Keene, OF 1999 Chris Burke, 2B Stevie Daniel, SS 2001 Javi Herrera, C 2005 James Adkins, LHP J.P. Arencibia, C Julio Borbon, OF 2006 Tony Delmonico, SS 2007 Yan Gomes, 1B Jeff Lockwood, UTIL 2008 Kentrail Davis, OF Bryan Morgado, LHP

Organization BA, CB BA, CB BA, CB CB BA, CB, TSN CB, BA (2nd) CB, BW CB, BW, BA (2nd) BA, CB BA, CB CB CB CB, Rivals (2nd) BA, CB, Rivals BA, CB, NCBWA, Rivals NCBWA (2nd)

ABCA - American Baseball Coaches Association; BA - Baseball America; BW - Baseball Weekly*; CB - Collegiate Baseball (Louisville Slugger); CBF - College Baseball Foundation; NCBWA - National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association; Ping - Ping Baseball; Rivals - Rivals.com; Smith Smith Super Team; SW - Sports Weekly*; TSN - The Sporting News * Baseball Weekly changed its name to Sports Weekly in September 2002

 REGIONAL AND NATIONAL HONORS ABCA All-South Region Team

Year Player 1991 Mike Basse Doug Hecker 1993 Jose Vazquez 1994 R.A. Dickey 1995 Todd Helton 1996 Scott Schroeffel R.A. Dickey 1998 Jeff Pickler Sonny Cortez 2000 Chris Burke Jeff Christensen Jamie Bennett 2001 Chris Burke 2005 Chase Headley Luke Hochevar Eli Iorg 2006 J.P. Arencibia Julio Borbon Craig Cobb 2009 Cody Hawn Blake Forsythe

Pos. OF 1B OF RHP 1B OF RHP 2B OF 2B DH LHP SS 3B RHP OF C OF RHP 1B C

Team 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

ABCA Player of the Year Award

Year Player 2001 Chris Burke (finalist)

Pos. SS

District III All-Star

Year Player 1953 B.B. Hopkins

Pos. 3B

Golden Spikes Award

Year Player 1995 Todd Helton (finalist) 2001 Chris Burke (finalist) 2005 Luke Hochevar (finalist) 2008 Kentrail Davis (semifinalist)

Pos. 1B/P SS RHP OF

Johnny Bench Award

Year Player Pos. 2006 J.P. Arencibia (semifinalist) C

National Coach of the Year Award

Year Coach 1995 Rod Delmonico

Publication Baseball America

National Freshman of the Year

Year Player Pos. 1994 R.A. Dickey RHP Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball

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National Player of the Week

Year Player 1990 Bob Dillon 1995 Todd Helton Todd Helton R.A. Dickey 1996 R.A. Dickey Mike Lincoln 2001 Chris Burke 2002 Jeffery Terrell 2005 Eli Iorg Luke Hochevar 2007 James Adkins 2009 Cody Hawn 2010 P.J. Polk

Week March 26 March 27 April 17 May 22 April 15 May 6 May 7 Feb. 18 March 14 March 21 April 30 March 9 April 5

National Player of the Year

Year Player Pos. 1995 Todd Helton 1B/LHP ABCA, Baseball America, Baseball Weekly, Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA/Dick Howser Trophy

NCBWA/Dick Howser Trophy

Year Player Pos. 1995 Todd Helton (winner) 1B/LHP 2001 Chris Burke (finalist) SS 2005 Luke Hochevar (semifinalist) RHP

NCBWA District III Player of the Year

Year Player 2001 Chris Burke

Pos. SS

Olympians

Year Player Pos. 1996 R.A. Dickey (United States) RHP Augie Ojeda (United States) SS

Roger Clemens Award

Year Player 2005 Luke Hochevar

Pos. RHP

Smith Player of the Year Award

(presented from 1988-2003; replaced by the Roger Clemens Award in 2004) Year Player Pos. 1995 Todd Helton (finalist) 1B/P 1996 R.A. Dickey (semifinalist) RHP 2001 Chris Burke (finalist) SS

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James Adkins

LHP

2005

Adkins earned Freshman All-America acclaim from Baseball America and Louisville Slugger in 2005 after setting a UT  freshman record with 135 strikeouts. His 10-5 record and 3.32 ERA helped the Vols reach the College World Series. His postseason totals included 46 strikeouts and a 3-1 record in four starts. W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H 10-5 3.32 19 19 3 0 127.1 107 8-6 4.50 16 16 2 0 106.0 96 7-7 2.80 17 17 2 0 122.0 104 25-18 3.5 52 52 7 0 355.1 307

J.P. Arencibia

C

R ER BB SO 54 47 51 135 67 53 42 112 54 38 44 133 175 138 137 380

COACHES

Year 2005 2006 2007 Totals

2005, 06

Chuck Barclift

OF

SB BB SO 0-0 24 37 0-0 20 30 2-2 33 38 2-2 77 105

OPPONENTS

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 67/67 .322 283 54 91 16 1 14 71 .534 55/55 .352 216 44 76 17 0 11 52 .583 52/51 .330 191 47 63 15 1 8 42 .545 174/173 .333 690 145 230 48 2 33 165 .552

1980

Mike Baase

OF

1989, 91

Year 1989 1990 1991 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 59/59 .339 236 59 80 10 0 0 21 .381 53-62 34 34 46/44 .305 151 36 46 12 3 1 21 .444 43-55 31 23 60/60 .395 220 62 87 15 1 2 38 .500 49-64 47 28 165/163 .351 607 157 213 37 4 3 80 .435 145-181 112 85

OF

2005

Borbon earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors after finishing his rookie season with the third-highest batting average (.350) on UT’s 2005 College World Series team. He totaled 77 hits, three home runs and 42 RBI and also was believed to lead all NCAA Division I players with 19 bunt hits. Year 2005 2006 2007 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 60/59 .350 220 42 77 9 2 3 42 .450 12-14 12 33 55/55 .366 235 45 86 14 5 1 30 .481 19-25 19 15 40/37 .345 174 35 60 7 6 3 28 .506 10-13 6 20 155/151 .355 629 122 223 30 13 7 100 .477 41-52 37 68

Chris Burke

2B

1999, 2000, 01

Burke was a three-time All-America selection and is one of the top hitters to ever suit up for the Vols. While leading the Big Orange to the 2001 College World Series, Burke led the NCAA in hits (118), runs scored (105) and runs per game (1.76) while unanimously winning SEC Player of the Year honors. He also made the CWS All-Tournament team. Year 1999 2000 2001 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 56/56 .372 234 50 87 63/63 .401 272 69 109 67/67 .435 271 105 118 186/186 .404 777 224 314

2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 25 2 2 41 .521 19-32 26 34 26 4 4 55 .570 56-63 21 16 21 11 20 60 .815 49-55 51 28 72 17 26 156 .641 124-150 98 78

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MEDIA INFO

Julio Borbon

VOLMANAC

Basse, a 1989 Freshman All-America and second-team ABCA selection in 1991, is remembered as one of UT’s most prolific base stealers (145 for his career). Despite his prowess on the basepaths, he also swung the bat well. He batted a career-high .395 in 1991, with 87 hits, 38 RBI. His 43 steals in 1990 was a career low.

RECORDS & HONORS

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 47 .282 174 30 49 11 3 7 40 .500 4-6 9 24 42 .413 172 51 71 12 0 20 57 .831 8-8 14 19 89 .347 346 81 120 23 3 27 97 .665 12-14 23 43

REVIEW

Barclift (nicknamed “Boom Boom”) claimed second-team All-America honors from the ABCA in 1980 after batting .413 with 57 RBI and 20 home runs. He sported a solid .831 slugging percentage but was still a perfect 8-for-8 on steal attempts. And his stellar season was almost jeopardized by a preseason shoulder injury. Year 1979 1980 Totals

PLAYERS

Arencibia was not only named a Freshman All-America selection by Baseball America and Louisville Slugger in 2005, he was also named the SEC  Freshman of the Year after batting .322 with 14 home runs. He hit .352 with 11 homers in 2006 while claiming All-America honors from Louisville Slugger and the CBF. Year 2005 2006 2007 Totals

GENERAL INFO

 TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICANS

RECORDS Alan Cockrell

OF

1984

Cockrell was a first-team All-America pick by The Sporting News in 1984. The Vols’ centerfielder hit .329 that year with 38 RBI and 11 home runs. His .467 on-base percentage was tops on the club. Cockrell also spent time quarterbacking the Vols’ football team, and he still ranks ninth on UT’s all-time career passing yards list (3,823). Year 1983 1984 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 42 .318 157 46 50 8 1 14 46 .650 3-4 24 37 48 .329 170 51 56 5 0 11 38 .553 14-14 42 42 90 .324 327 97 106 13 1 25 84 .596 17-18 66 79

Travis Copley

DH

1995

Copley earned Freshman All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball as the Vols’ designated hitter during the 1995 College World Series campaign. Copley hit .314 that year with 55 RBI on 76 hits. He also tacked on six home runs. He eventually collected 174 RBIs during his four-year career, with a .323 average and 22 homers. Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 1995 66/59 .314 236 51 74 18 1 6 55 .475 1996 40/27 .227 110 22 25 6 1 2 20 .355 1997 59/52 .316 215 46 68 19 2 9 53 .549 1998 45/38 .407 148 38 62 16 1 5 46 .642 Totals 210/176 .323 709 157 229 59 5 22 174 .513

Sonny Cortez

OF

SB BB SO 2-2 38 42 2-2 16 31 1-2 25 38 3-3 16 20 8-9 95 131

1998

Cortez slugged 24 home runs in 1998, a mark that still stands as UT’s single-season record. He was a second-team All-America selection by Baseball Weekly that season, after totaling 82 hits and 87 RBI with a .387 average at the plate. In just two full seasons on Rocky Top, Cortez managed to post a total of 36 home runs. Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 1996 62/62 .355 228 60 81 14 4 12 58 .610 12-17 19 30 1998 52/52 .387 212 70 82 20 0 24 87 .821 4-6 21 33 Totals 114/114 .370 440 130 163 34 4 36 145 .711 16-23 40 63

Stevie Daniel

SS

1999

Daniel earned Freshman All-America laurels in 1999 after batting .346 with 80 hits, 52 RBI and nine home runs. He played shortstop that season, and was successful on 30-of-33 stolen-base attempts. Daniel played three seasons on Rocky Top and finished with a career batting average of .330. He also totaled 134 stolen bases. Year 1999 2000 2001 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 54/53 .346 231 53 80 19 0 9 52 .545 30-33 20 36 63/61 .316 237 66 75 13 6 3 36 .460 58-65 40 25 67/66 .329 277 67 91 25 3 4 61 .484 46-56 29 36 184/180 .330 745 186 246 57 9 16 149 .495 134-154 89 97

Kentrail Davis

OF

2008

Davis earned four separate Freshman All-America honors—a UT first—after leading the Vols in nine offensive categories and claiming the team Triple Crown by pacing the club in batting average (.330), home runs (13) and RBI (44). He logged four multi-homer games and led the Vols with 21 multi-hit games. Year 2008 2009 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 54/53 .330 206 45 68 7 3 13 44 .583 7-9 24 56 55/55 .308 214 58 66 12 4 9 30 .528 4-5 33 48 109/108 .319 420 103 134 19 7 22 74 .555 11-14 57 104

Tony Delmonico

SS

2006

Delmonico garnered Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America laurels after hitting .335 with 68 hits, 36 RBI and three home runs. He led the Vols with a .360 average in SEC play and claimed the overall team lead in walks (26) and on-base percentage (.421). The switch-hitting shortstop was perfect on stolenbase attempts. Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 2006 54/54 .335 203 39 68 10 2 3 36 .448 7-7 26 43 2007 59/59 .325 228 53 74 11 0 9 49 .491 10-12 35 33 Totals 113/113 .329 431 92 142 21 2 12 85 .471 17-19 61 76

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RHP

1994, 95, 96

Dickey followed up a National Freshman of the Year campaign in 1994 with two more consecutive first-team All-America seasons. Dickey still holds the school record for wins (38) and innings pitched (434.0), and he also represented the United States on the 1996 Olympic Team (which won the bronze medal in Atlanta). W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO 15-2 3.00 21 20 5 0 147.0 129 59 49 39 87 14-4 4.28 25 22 3 1 159.2 169 93 76 60 121 9-4 2.76 27 12 5 3 127.1 114 51 39 33 137 38-10 3.40 73 54 13 4 434.0 412 203 164 132 345

Sam Ewing

OF

1970

Year 1968 1969 1970 Totals

G AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 27 .333 75 11 25 4 0 1 15 .427 30 .420 112 25 47 8 7 1 22 .643 29 .464 97 33 45 11 0 8 25 .825 86 .412 284 69 117 23 7 10 62 .648

RHP

1994

Freeman’s skills on the mound helped lead the Vols to the 1994 SEC Championship, and they also earned him second-team All-America status that same season. Freeman posted an 11-5 record with a 3.56 ERA while striking out 120 batters in 116.1 innings of work. For his career, he went 23-7 with an ERA of 3.54. W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO 12-2 3.51 18 16 6 0 118.0 94 48 46 51 94 11-5 3.56 18 18 0 0 116.1 101 53 46 40 120 23-7 3.54 36 34 6 0 234.1 195 101 92 91 214

1B/C

2007

Gomes split time between first base (33 starts) and catcher (26 starts) while batting in the cleanup spot for a team-high 30 games. He hit .310 and ranked second on the team with 70 hits, eight home runs and 47 RBI. He led the Vols with 13 multi-RBI games while earning Freshman All-SEC acclaim from league coaches. G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 59/59 .310 226 48 70 11 0 8 47 .465 4-5 31 46 52/50 .316 193 35 61 8 1 5 35 .446 1-1 23 27 111/109 .313 419 83 131 19 1 13 82 .456 5-6 54 73

Cody Hawn

1B

VOLMANAC

Year 2007 2008 Totals

2009

Chase Headley

3B

SB BB SO 0-1 27 36 2-4 42 44 2-5 69 80

2005

Headley earned third-team All-America honors after winning the 2005 SEC batting title by hitting .387. He also led the league in walks (63), runs scored (82) and on-base percentage (.530). And his classroom diligence made him just the fifth UT baseball player to earn first-team Academic All-America acclaim. Year 2004 2005 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 43/32 .295 112 18 33 5 0 2 23 .393 0-0 17 14 67/67 .387 238 82 92 24 3 14 65 .689 6-6 63 23 110/99 .357 350 100 125 29 3 16 88 .594 6-6 80 37

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Hawn picked up multiple All-America honors after becoming just the 10th Vol to ever win the team Triple Crown, leading the Big Orange in batting average (.364), home runs (22), RBIs (81), hits (72), doubles (15) and slugging percentage (.773). His 22 homers were good for second on UT’s single-season list. Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 2009 50/50 .364 198 46 72 15 0 22 81 .773 2010 54/54 .327 199 40 65 11 0 14 61 .593 Totals 104/104 .345 397 86 137 26 0 36 142 .683

RECORDS & HONORS

Yan Gomes

REVIEW

Year 1993 1994 Totals

OPPONENTS

Chris Freeman

SB 5 4 5 14

PLAYERS

Ewing’s 1970 season saw him post an incredible .464 batting average. That mark still ranks second all-time in the SEC single-season records book. The talented outfielder drove in 25 runs on 45 hits that season while adding eight homers and 33 runs scored. He was a first-team All-America pick by both The Sporting News and the ABCA.

COACHES

Year 1994 1995 1996 Totals

GENERAL INFO

R.A. Dickey

RECORDS Doug Hecker

1B

1991, 92

After earning third-team All-America status from the ABCA in 1991, Hecker garnered first-team honors from Baseball America and The Sporting News in 1992. He hit .362 and .351 in 1991 and 1992, respectively. He also logged six saves on the mound during those two seasons and owned a career ERA of 1.99. Year 1990 1991 1992 Totals Year 1991 1992 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 59/58 .258 213 28 55 13 0 7 37 .418 5-6 18 40 60/60 .362 229 48 83 14 0 18 66 .659 7-9 26 35 51/50 .351 174 41 61 12 0 12 55 .625 5-5 24 27 170/168 .323 616 117 199 39 0 37 158 .567 17-20 68 102 W-L ERA G GS CG SV 2-1 2.67 14 0 0 4 4-1 1.36 12 4 0 2 6-2 1.99 26 4 0 6

Todd Helton

1B/RHP

IP H R ER BB SO 30.1 22 9 9 18 30 33.0 25 9 5 9 30 63.1 47 18 14 27 60

1993, 94, 95

Arguably Tennessee’s best ever, Helton was a three-time All-America selection and the 1995 National Player of the Year. During a record-breaking 1995 season, he hit .407 with 92 RBI and 20 home runs while leading UT to the College World Series. Helton also starred on the mound, posting a 19-5 record and a 2.24 ERA. Year 1993 1994 1995 Totals Year 1993 1994 1995 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 65/65 .348 247 48 86 22 3 11 66 .595 6-6 30 26 65/65 .355 251 65 89 16 4 7 80 .534 9-14 56 20 69/69 .407 258 86 105 27 4 20 92 .775 11-15 61 24 199/199 .370 756 199 280 65 11 38 238 .636 26-35 147 170 W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO 6-3 3.92 14 9 3 0 66.2 68 32 29 19 47 5-0 0.89 28 0 0 11 50.1 27 5 5 15 51 8-2 1.66 30 4 4 12 76.0 48 22 14 15 74 19-5 2.24 72 13 7 23 193.0 143 59 48 49 172

Javi Herrera

C

2001

Herrera was a key contributor on UT’s 2001 College World Series team, recording 45 RBI and seven home runs as the Vols’ freshman catcher. He earned Freshman All-America acclaim from Baseball America (second team), Baseball Weekly and Collegiate Baseball. He also played on Team USA in the summer of 2001. Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 2001 63/61 .296 213 32 63 14 1 7 45 .469 2 21 51 2002 18/16 .200 60 10 12 4 0 0 7 .267 1 4 16 2003 55/54 .296 199 35 59 10 1 9 32 .492 5 33 38 Totals 136/131 .284 472 77 134 28 2 16 84 .453 8 58 105

Luke Hochevar

RHP

2005

Hochevar was close to untouchable in 2005 on his way to consensus first-team All-America honors and the Roger Clemens National Pitcher of the Year Award. His 15-3 record, 2.26 ERA and school-record 154 strikeouts propelled the Vols to the College World Series. Hochevar also starred for Team USA in the summer of 2004. Year 2003 2004 2005 Totals

W-L ERA 6-5 4.64 4-2 2.86 15-3 2.26 25-10 3.05

G GS CG SV IP H 21 5 1 3 77.2 87 11 9 2 0 63.0 52 19 19 3 0 139.2 104 51 33 6 3 280.1 243

Condredge Holloway SS

R 47 22 46 115

ER BB SO 40 24 73 20 23 60 35 54 154 95 101 287

1975

A two-sport standout during his days on Rocky Top (he was also a quarterback on the football team), Holloway garnered first-team All-America recognition on the diamond from The Sporting News in 1975. The shortstop hit .396 with 57 hits, 20 RBI and two home runs. He also added 32 runs scored for the Vols that year. Year 1973 1974 1975 Totals

G AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 35 .323 127 31 41 1 0 5 27 .449 42 .331 142 40 47 9 1 1 15 .430 42 .396 144 32 57 5 0 2 20 .472 119 .351 413 103 145 15 1 8 62 .450

Rick Honeycutt

LHP

SB 6 11 6 23

1976

Honeycutt’s 1976 season was special both on the mound and at the plate. He hit .404 that year with 57 RBI and 10 home runs. He also posted an 8-2 mark on the hill with a 2.88 ERA and eight complete games. He was honored as a first-team All-America pick that year by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA). Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 Totals Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 Totals

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G AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 9 .389 18 3 7 1 0 1 7 .611 37 .337 98 16 33 3 2 1 24 .439 43 .370 135 24 50 15 0 6 32 .615 48 .404 161 37 65 17 4 10 57 .770 137 .377 412 80 155 36 6 18 120 .633 W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H 5-4 2.98 10 8 2 1 57.1 57 3-4 2.58 11 8 5 1 69.2 47 5-4 3.46 12 8 4 0 67.2 60 8-2 2.88 12 11 8 0 72.0 54 21-14 2.97 45 35 19 2 266.2 218

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ER BB SO 19 20 39 20 25 49 26 26 38 23 26 59 88 97 185

3B

1953

Tennessee’s second All-America selection, Hopkins batted .414 in 1953. That mark stands as the fourth-best among UT’s elite collection of All-Americans. The American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) tabbed Hopkins with All-America honors for his efforts. He drove in 25 runs on 36 hits that season. AVG AB .324 68 .309 81 .414 87 .352 236

Eli Iorg

R H 2B 3B HR RBI -- 22 2 1 0 15 13 25 7 4 2 15 23 36 6 4 1 25 -- 83 15 9 3 55

OF

2005

Year 2004 2005 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 58/58 .324 238 47 77 10 6 4 36 .466 26-34 16 34 63/61 .381 252 63 96 19 4 15 72 .667 27-34 19 29 121/119 .353 490 110 173 29 10 19 108 .569 53-68 35 63

OF

1997

Three separate entities bestowed outfielder Kurt Keene with Freshman All-America honors following the 1997 season. The Chattanooga native batted .368 that year with 58 RBI on 82 hits. He also tallied 13 home runs and 57 runs scored. He spent just two years at Tennessee, posting a career batting average of .339. G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 55/54 .368 223 57 82 23 3 13 58 .673 4-8 19 25 54/54 .311 228 56 71 13 1 10 51 .509 5-6 30 29 109/108 .339 451 113 153 36 4 23 109 .590 9-14 49 54

UTIL

2007

Lockwood starred on the mound (2-2, eight saves) and at the plate (.315) as a true freshman. The Vols’ regular DH, he drove in 34 runs on 58 hits and authored a 13-game hit streak that was the longest by a Vol on the year. As UT’s bullpen ace, he fashioned a 4.44 ERA with 42 strikeouts against 16 walks in 46.2 innings of action. G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 54/50 .315 184 29 58 8 0 4 34 .424 52/48 .299 177 29 53 5 0 9 37 .480 32/18 .197 71 8 14 1 0 2 11 .296 138/116 .289 432 66 125 14 0 15 82 .426 W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R 2-2 4.44 23 2 0 8 46.2 58 31 2-2 6.19 20 3 0 3 32.0 41 22 0-0 4.10 16 3 0 0 26.1 27 13 4-4 4.89 59 8 0 11 105.0 126 69

Bryan Morgado

LHP

SB BB SO 1-1 28 33 1-5 26 31 0-0 17 16 2-6 71 80 ER BB SO 23 16 42 20 20 26 12 11 14 57 47 82

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Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

2008

W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H 5-5 4.59 14 13 1 0 80.1 70 4-2 6.36 20 5 0 2 52.1 55 2-7 7.90 15 13 0 0 68.1 73 17-16 6.18 49 31 1 2 201.0 198

Augie Ojeda

SS

R ER BB SO 45 41 37 104 44 37 36 75 62 60 36 74 151 138 109 253

1996

Ojeda joins R.A. Dickey as the only two Vols to play in the Olympics (1996 Atlanta Games). The shortstop was a third-team All-America selection in 1996 after hitting .317 and scoring 51 runs. In the 54 games in which he played that year, he drove in 24 runs on 63 hits. Ojeda also stole 12 bases in his lone season at Tennessee. Year 1996 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 54/52 .317 199 51 63 11 3 1 24 .417 12-21 31 19 54/52 .317 199 51 63 11 3 1 24 .417 12-21 31 19

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A second-team Freshman All-America selection by the NCBWA, Morgado proved himself as a strikeout guru in 2008. He ranked third in the SEC with 104 Ks and posted an impressive 11.66 strikeouts per nine innings to rank among the national leaders. In 13 starts spanning 80.1 innings, he posted a 5-5 record. Opponents hit just .239. Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

RECORDS & HONORS

Jeff Lockwood

REVIEW

Year 1997 1998 Totals

OPPONENTS

Kurt Keene

PLAYERS

Iorg enjoyed a monster year in 2005, earning second-team All-America status and leading the Vols to the College World Series. He led the SEC with 27 stolen bases while ranking second in the league with 72 hits and posting a .381 average at the plate that was third-best in the conference. Iorg also added a team-high 15 home runs.

COACHES

Year 1951 1952 1953 Totals

GENERAL INFO

B.B. Hopkins

RECORDS Herky Payne

2B

1951

Harold “Herky” Payne was UT’s first-ever All-America selection, earning second-team honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) after helping the Vols reach the 1951 College World Series. The second baseman hit .362 that year, with 17 hits, three home runs and 12 RBI. Year 1951 1952 Totals

AVG .362 .333 .345

AB 47 69 116

Jeff Pickler

R H 2B 3B HR RBI -- 17 4 1 3 12 16 23 2 2 2 7 -- 40 6 3 5 19

2B

1998

Pickler was a consensus first-team All-America and the SEC Player of the Year after leading the league and ranking eighth nationally with a .445 batting average in 1998. In SEC games, he hit at an astounding .500 clip. He was also the SEC’s top-fielding second baseman and reeled off a 26-game hit streak. Year 1996 1997 1998 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 61/59 .341 226 28 77 11 3 1 40 .429 3-4 14 20 60/55 .332 220 50 73 14 5 7 44 .536 8-10 23 14 55/55 .445 245 79 109 30 2 7 61 .669 25-28 30 9 176/169 .375 691 157 259 55 10 15 145 .548 36-42 67 43

Scott Schroeffel

OF

1996

Schroeffel was a third-team All-America selection (Smith Super Team) in 1996 after a solid season on the mound and at the plate. He struck out 71 batters in 15 appearances and also hit .340 with 58 RBI and 14 home runs. Nearly half (43 of 87) of his hits that year were for extra bases, and he logged 15 steals. Year 1995 1996 Totals Year 1995 1996 Totals

G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 64/64 .331 266 63 88 13 1 9 52 .519 15-23 33 29 63/62 .340 256 58 87 29 0 14 58 .617 15-21 37 28 127/126 .335 522 121 175 42 1 23 110 .567 30-44 70 57 W-L ERA G GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO 7-3 2.73 15 9 1 0 66.0 49 24 20 42 81 4-4 4.24 15 10 2 1 70.0 64 40 33 28 71 11-7 3.51 30 19 3 1 136.0 113 64 53 70 152

Bubba Trammell

OF

1994

Trammell swung his way to second-team All-America status (NCBWA) during UT’s 1994 SEC Championship season. The Knoxville native hit .354 with 53 RBI and 10 home runs while starting all 56 games for the Vols in the outfield. During his two-year UT career, Trammel posted a .368 average and drove in 105 runs. Year G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 1993 51/51 .383 193 45 74 19 1 12 52 .679 5-9 21 33 1994 56/56 .354 223 55 79 18 3 10 53 .596 7-10 26 33 Totals 107/107 .368 416 100 153 37 4 22 105 .635 12-19 47 66

Bobby Tucker

OF

1973

Tucker earned first-team All-America honors by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) in 1973. He batted .400 that year with 49 RBI and 13 home runs. Tucker is the only baseball player in UT history to earn All-SEC honors four times (three times as an outfielder and once as a first baseman). Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 Totals

G AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG 30 .406 101 27 41 6 1 10 31 .782 31 .355 107 20 38 9 0 5 30 .579 33 .395 114 24 45 14 2 6 37 .711 35 .400 130 39 52 7 3 13 49 .800 129 .389 452 110 176 36 6 34 147 .721

Jose Vazquez

OF

SB 3 1 4 18 26

1992

Vazquez claimed second-team All-America honors from the ABCA during the 1992 season. In his second and final year at UT, Vazquez hit .396 with 82 hits, 58 RBI and seven home runs. He was 35 of 44 on stolen-base attempts while playing in all 55 of the Vols’ games as an outfielder. Year 1991 1992 Total

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G/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG SB BB SO 46/41 .252 143 27 36 11 1 5 24 .448 6-9 16 33 55/55 .396 207 47 82 21 2 7 58 .618 35-44 19 35 100/96 .337 350 74 118 32 3 12 82 .549 41-53 35 68

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1994 National Freshman of the Year

TODD HELTON

HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK 7 539 .239 9 12 1 16 620 .273 15 17 0 8 475 .240 9 8 0 31 1634 .252 33 37 1

1995 National/Southeastern Conference Player of the Year

R 48 65 86 199

H 86 89 105 280

2B 22 16 27 65

3B 3 4 4 11

JEFF PICKLER

HR RBI 11 66 7 80 20 92 38 238

TB SLG BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO 147 .595 30 2 26 .414 6 0 6-6 410 134 .534 56 3 20 .471 5 0 9-14 541 200 .775 61 11 24 .516 9 0 11-15 525 481 .636 147 16 70 .472 20 0 26-35 1476

A E 39 3 63 3 62 5 164 11

FLD .993 .995 .992 .993

1998 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year

Jeff Pickler was named the 1998 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year after leading the league with a .445 average, which ranked eighth nationally and was the sixth-highest in league history. He astounded the baseball pundits by posting a .500 batting average in conference action. The consensus All-American garnered first-team honors from Collegiate Baseball, Baseball America, Baseball Weekly, The Sporting News, the American Baseball Coaches Association and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. Pickler was also named first-team Academic AllAmerica as well as being a three-time Academic All-SEC honoree, even earning the Chancellor’s Citation for Academic Excellence from the University. The second baseman led the SEC in fielding at his position in 1998 while setting a then-school record with 109 hits while reaching base safely in 53 of the Vols’ 55 games. He reeled off the secondlongest hitting streak in school history (26 games) while tying the school record with a six-hit game. The 11th round draft pick by Milwaukee in 1998 also garnered third-team Academic All-America honors in 1997.

PICKLER’S CAREER STATS

Year 1996 1997 1998 TOTALS

AVG GP-GS .341 61-59 .332 60-55 .445 55-55 .375 176-169

AB R H 2B 3B 226 28 77 11 3 220 50 73 14 5 245 79 109 30 2 691 157 259 55 10

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO 1 40 97 .429 14 3 20 .382 3 4 3-4 98 7 44 118 .536 23 1 14 .390 5 2 8-10 119 7 61 164 .669 30 4 9 .513 0 0 25-28 126 15 145 379 .548 67 8 43 .432 8 6 36-42 343

A E FLD 195 10 .967 152 14 .951 174 5 .984 521 29 .968

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MEDIA INFO

AB 247 251 258 756

VOLMANAC

AVG GP-GS .348 65-65 .355 65-65 .407 69-69 .370 199-199

RECORDS & HONORS

HELTON’S CAREER STATS (Pitching stats on page 78)

Year 1993 1994 1995 TOTALS

REVIEW

Todd Helton, the 1995 National Collegiate Player of the Year, was the eighth player chosen in the 1995 free-agent amateur draft by the Colorado Rockies. Helton received the Dick Howser Award from USA Today/Baseball Weekly, Baseball America’s National Player of the Year Award, Collegiate Baseball’s Co-National Player of the Year and the Southeastern Conference’s Male Athlete of the Year Award. He became only the second baseball player to receive the SEC award. The two-time first-team All-American was also a finalist for the coveted Golden Spikes Award in 1995. That season, he batted .407 while leading the league in home runs (20), RBIs (92), runs (86), doubles (27), hits (105), walks (61), slugging percentage (.775) and on-base percentage (.522). He also led the conference with a 1.66 ERA while compiling an 8-2 record with 12 saves. Helton was a consensus Freshman All-American in 1993, first-team All-SEC and third-team AllAmerican. The honors continued to roll in 1994 as he earned first-team All-America honors by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, second team by Baseball America and third team by Collegiate Baseball. He was second-team All-SEC that year as well. He helped guide the Vols to three straight NCAA Regional appearances, including a third-place finish at the 1995 College World Series. He was twice named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team and earned a complete-game pitching victory over Clemson in the first round of the College World Series. Helton holds numerous school hitting records while also holding the SEC’s mark for consecutive scoreless innings pitched with 47.2 in 1994. He also played with Team USA in 1993. As one of two true freshmen on the squad, he hit .352 in 33 games while leading the team to a 30-16 record and the silver medal at the Intercontinental Cup. In addition to a fine baseball career, he played football during the 1992, 1993 and 1994 seasons for the Vols. He appeared in 13 games, making three career starts. All three starts came in the 1994 season against Georgia (W), Florida (L) and Mississippi State (L). He had his top passing game versus UCLA in 1994 when he came off the bench to complete 14-of-28 passes for 165 yards and one touchdown. For his career, he completed 41-of-75 passes (54.7 percent) for 484 yards with four touchdowns and three interceptions. He also rushed 36 times for 87 yards.

OPPONENTS

ERA W L APP GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B 3.00 15 2 21 20 5 0 147.0 129 59 49 39 87 21 1 4.28 14 4 25 22 3 1 159.2 169 93 76 60 121 29 4 2.76 9 4 27 12 5 3 127.1 114 51 39 33 137 21 1 3.40 38 10 73 54 13 4 434.0 412 203 164 132 345 71 6

PLAYERS

DICKEY’S CAREER STATS

Year 1994 1995 1996 TOTALS

COACHES

R.A. Dickey became the second Vol of the Rod Delmonico era to be taken in the first round of the free-agent draft, when he was selected by the Texas Rangers with the 18th pick in the 1996 draft. Dickey also wrote his name in the Vols’ record books as the career leader in wins, appearances, games started, innings pitched and strikeouts. As a result, he ranks fourth in the SEC in career innings pitched and tied for fifth in career wins. Dickey also holds the school standard for wins and innings pitched, while ranking third for strikeouts in a single season (137 in 1996). He was a three-time first-team All-America and a 1996 Olympian, in addition to being a twotime first-team All-SEC selection and an Academic All-American following his junior year. He was the Mizuno/Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America 1994 National Freshman of the Year. He was named first-team All-America in 1995 on the Super Smith team, third-team All-America by Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America. In 1996, he was a Smith Award semifinalist, a first-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball, second-team All-American by ABCA and third-team All-American by Baseball America. Dickey was also named to the 1994 Mideast Regional All-Tournament Team and 1995 Mideast Regional MVP.

GENERAL INFO

 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

RECORDS CHRIS BURKE

2001 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year

In 2001, Chris Burke became the third Vol to be named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Year as he was bestowed the honor unanimously by the league coaches. The consensus All-American garnered first-team honors from Baseball America, Baseball Weekly, Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings. Burke also was a finalist for National Player of the Year honors as well as being named the NCBWA District III Player of the Year and selected for the ABCA/Rawlings All-South Region Team. He helped lead the Vols to their third College World Series and was named to all-tournament teams at the CWS, the NCAA Regional and the SEC. Burke was the only player in the SEC to hit better than .400 in 2001, leading the SEC in eight offensive categories while ranking in the top 10 in four others. He set an SEC record with 105 runs scored while ranking second in hits and total bases. The two-time All-SEC selection rewrote both Tennessee’s single-season and career record books, establishing six season marks and eight career standards. In addition, Burke became the first Vol to hit for the cycle (against Vanderbilt May 11, 2001, going 4-for-5 with three RBIs). The two-time All-American also played for the USA Baseball National Team in 2000, helping guide the club to its best record ever while finishing as the second-leading hitter with a .376 average. Burke, who played shortstop and second base, culminated his career as he was drafted in the first round by the Houston Astros with the No. 10 pick in 2001.

BURKE’S CAREER STATS

Year 1999 2000 2001 TOTALS

AVG GP-GS .372 56-56 .401 63-63 .435 67-67 .404 186-186

AB R H 2B 3B 234 50 87 25 2 272 69 109 26 4 271 105 118 21 11 777 224 314 72 17

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD 2 41 122 .521 26 8 34 .450 1 2 19-32 119 145 4 .985 4 55 155 .570 21 7 16 .448 6 6 56-63 116 178 7 .977 20 60 221 .815 51 12 28 .537 3 3 49-55 123 201 18 .947 26 156 498 .641 98 27 78 .481 10 11 124-150 358 524 29 .968

LUKE HOCHEVAR

2005 Roger Clemens Award/SEC Pitcher of the Year

Hochevar completed his three-year career as one of Tennessee’s all-time most-decorated players. The right-hander posted a 15-3 record with a 2.26 ERA while leading the Vols to the 2005 College World Series and winning the Roger Clemens Award as the nation’s best collegiate pitcher during his junior season. During UT’s postseason run, Hochevar was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers with the 40th overall pick in the MLB draft. His 15 victories tied for the NCAA lead that season and also tied for first in UT’s single-season record book. A consensus first-team All-America honoree (Baseball America, Louisville Slugger, Sports Weekly, NCBWA), Hochevar was also a finalist for the 2005 Golden Spikes and Brooks Wallace awards. The SEC Pitcher of the Year’s 154 strikeouts in 2005 set a new single-season record for a UT pitcher. A pair of injuries cut short his sophomore campaign, during which he fashioned a 4-2 record and a 2.86 ERA. He won six games as a freshman in 2003 and owns a final career record of 25-10 with a 3.05 ERA. When Hochevar left the mound for the final time as a Vol (fittingly, in Omaha’s Rosenblatt Stadium), he ranked ninth in career ERA, tied for tenth in games started (33), fourth in innings pitched (280.1) and second in strikeouts (287). In the summer of 2004, Hochevar joined the USA Baseball National Team and notched a win in the gold medal game of the FISU II World University Baseball Championship against Japan. During his summer stint with the American squad, he posted a 2.73 ERA in 33.0 innings with 38 strikeouts and 11 walks. Hochevar was drafted 40th overall by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2005 but did not sign. The Kansas City Royals then made him the No. 1 overall pick in the 2006 draft after he spent that spring playing independent ball with the Fort Worth Cats.

HOCHEVAR’S CAREER STATS

Year 2003 2004 2005 TOTALS

ERA W L APP GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK 4.64 6 5 21 5 1 3 77.2 87 47 40 24 73 18 0 9 344 .281 2 4 2 2.86 4 2 11 9 2 0 63.0 52 22 20 23 60 3 1 7 261 .227 7 5 2 2.26 15 3 19 19 3 0 139.2 104 46 35 54 154 17 0 9 579 .204 11 9 3 3.05 25 10 51 33 6 3 280.1 243 115 95 101 287 38 1 25 1184 .232 20 18 7

J.P. ARENCIBIA

2005 Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year

Catcher J.P. Arencibia made a name for himself on a national scale on his way to Freshman AllAmerica honors (Baseball America, Louisville Slugger) in 2005. The Miami, Fla., native was a key member of the Volunteers’ College World Series team and ranked second on the squad in RBIs (71) and home runs (14) while ranking third in hits (91). Even before the end of the regular season, Arencibia had already broken former Vol Todd Helton’s school record for home runs by a freshman. He hit .322 on the year with a .534 slugging percentage. The Southeastern Conference coaches selected him as the SEC Freshman of the Year, and he earned additional postseason recognition when he landed on the SEC All-Tournament Team and NCAA Knoxville Regional All-Tournament Team. When the season finally drew to a close, Arencibia ranked third in the SEC in RBIs while also ranking ninth in the league in hits, home runs and total bases (151). He had started all 67 of the Vols’ games and turned in three separate five-RBI performances. His rookie statistics earned him numerous spots in UT’s single-season record book, including second in at-bats (283), tied for eighth in hits, tied for ninth in home runs and sixth in RBIs. Following the season, he immediately joined the USA Baseball National Team and proceeded to lead that elite club in hits (23), RBIs (12), total bases (33) and slugging percentage (.579).

ARENCIBIA’S CAREER STATS

Year 2005 2006 2007 TOTALS

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AVG GP-GS .322 67-67 .352 55-55 .330 52-51 .333 174-173

AB 283 216 191 690

R 54 44 47 145

H 91 76 63 230

2B 16 17 15 48

3B 1 0 1 2

HR RBI 14 71 11 52 8 42 33 165

TB SLG BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E 151 .534 24 3 37 .379 1 4 0-0 433 64 6 126 .583 20 10 30 .419 7 2 0-0 279 42 8 104 .545 33 11 38 .450 3 0 2-2 383 43 10 381 .552 77 24 105 .413 11 6 2-2 1095 149 24

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FLD .988 .976 .977 .981

 ANNUAL TEAM AWARDS GENERAL INFO

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Craig Cobb, RHP James Adkins, LHP Nick Hernandez, LHP Nick Hernandez, LHP Stephen McCray, RHP Steven Gruver, LHP Zack Godley, RHP Zack Godley, RHP

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Chris Burke, 2B Ryan Case, 1B Ryan Case, 1B Jordan Czarniecki, OF Jordan Czarniecki, OF Brian Cleveland, SS J.P. Arencibia, C Chris Kemp, 1B Andy Simunic, OF Cody Brown, 3B Zach Osborne, SS Matt Duffy, 3B Matt Duffy, 3B Zach Osborne, SS Taylor Smart, 2B

MIKE SMITHSON Most Valuable Pitcher Award 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 RHP 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Greg McMichael, RHP Robert Gaddy, LHP Allan Halliday, LHP Paul Fletcher, LHP Richard King, RHP Chris Freeman, RHP R.A. Dickey, RHP Ryan Meyers, RHP R.A. Dickey, RHP Michael Cosgrove, Kurt Scott, RHP Jamie Bennett, LHP Jamie Bennett, LHP Wyatt Allen, RHP Jeffery Terrell, LHP Luke Hochevar, RHP Derek Tharpe, LHP Luke Hochevar, RHP

MEDIA INFO

Greg Roth, 3B Mike Basse, OF Danny Ramirez, SS Doug Hecker, 1B/P Jose Vazquez, OF Todd Helton, 1B/P Todd Helton, 1B/P Todd Helton, 1B/P Scott Schroeffel, OF/P Ken Folkers, 3B/P Jeff Pickler, 2B Jamie Bennett, LHP Chris Burke, 2B Chris Burke, SS Jordan Czarniecki, OF Luke Hochevar, RHP Eli Iorg, OF Eli Iorg, OF J.P. Arencibia, C Tony Delmonico, 2B Kentrail Davis, OF Cody Hawn, 1B P.J. Polk, OF Khayyan Norfork, 2B Will Maddox, 2B Will Maddox, 3B

VOLMANAC

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

RECORDS & HONORS

Clark Rose, OF Jason Imperial, 3B Mike DiFelice, C Raymond Jackson, OF Andy Blanco, 2B Fred Carr, 2B Bronson Heflin, P Ed Lewis, 2B Clay Greene, OF Jason Clabo, OF Sonny Cortez, OF Josh Morris, INF Jeff Christensen, DH Will Curtiss, P Hal Bibee Jr., C Josh Alley, OF Alex Suarez, DH Chase Headley, 3B Julio Borbon, OF Andy Simunic, OF P.J. Polk, OF Cody Grisham, INF Steven Gruver, LHP Khayyan Norfork, 2B Chris Pierce, OF Ethan Bennett, C

REVIEW

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

OPPONENTS

John Neal, P Clark Rose, OF Clark Rose, OF Jeff Foster, 3B Adam Priest, OF Adam Priest, OF Adam Priest, OF Brad Greene, P R.A. Dickey, P Jeff Pickler, 2B Jeff Pickler, 2B Chris Burke, 2B Kurt Scott, P Hal Bibee Jr., C Ryan Moffett, OF Dusty Johnson, P Dusty Johnson, P Rob Fitzgerald, OF/P Jarred Frazier, OF Julio Borbon, OF Zane Stone, RHP Bryan Morgado, LHP Steve Crnkovich, RHP Steven Gruver, LHP Andy Yates, C Andrew Lee, DH

RICK HONEYCUTT Most Valuable Player

PLAYERS

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

STEVE SEARCY Most Improved Award

COACHES

BILL WRIGHT Student-Athlete Award

PHIL GARNER Defensive Player Award 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Greg Roth, 3B Mike Basse, OF Mike Basse, OF David Hayden, SS Doug Hecker, 1B/P Allan Parker, SS Allan Parker, SS Scott Schroeffel, OF/P Augie Ojeda, SS Eduardo Figueroa, 1B Eduardo Figueroa, 1B

ANDY YATES Best Teammate Award 2013

Andy Yates, C

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RECORDS  SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE HONORS SEC Coach of the Year Year Coach 1951 S.W. Anderson 1994 Rod Delmonico 1995 Rod Delmonico

Record 20-3 52-14 54-16

SEC Male Athlete of the Year Year Player 1995 Todd Helton

Pos. 1B/P

SEC Player of the Year Year Player 1995 Todd Helton 1998 Jeff Pickler 2001 Chris Burke

Pos. 1B/P 2B SS

SEC Pitcher of the Year Year Player 2005 Luke Hochevar

Pos. RHP

SEC Freshman of the Year Year Player 2005 J.P. Arencibia

Pos. C

SEC All-Freshman Team Year Player 2005 James Adkins J.P. Arencibia Julio Borbon 2006 Tony Delmonico 2007 Yan Gomes Jeff Lockwood 2008 Kentrail Davis P.J. Polk 2009 Zach Osborne 2010 Chris Fritts 2011 Andrew Toles 2012 Will Maddox 2013 Vincent Jackson

Pos. LHP C OF SS 1B DH OF DH SS OF OF 2B OF

SEC Athletes of the Week PLAYER OF THE WEEK Year Player Week 1985 David Turner April 23 1986 Ron Powell April 21 1987 Joel Smith May 11 1990 Mike DiFelice March 20 1991 Mike Basse May 23 1993 Bubba Trammell April 19 Todd Helton May 16 1995 Todd Helton March 27 Scott Vieira April 17 Todd Helton April 24 1996 Scott Schroeffel March 11 1997 Justin Ross March 24 1998 Jeff Pickler March 9 2001 Chris Burke March 6 Chris Burke May 7 2004 Michael Rivera March 15 2005 Eli Iorg March 14 J.P. Arencibia May 9 2006 J.P. Arencibia May 15 2008 Shawn Griffin April 7 2009 P.J. Polk April 20 2010 P.J. Polk Feb. 22 P.J. Polk April 5 2012 Drew Steckenrider Feb. 20 PITCHER OF THE WEEK Year Player Week 1987 Ron Morton April 27 1990 Bob Dillon March 27 1991 Paul Fletcher April 8 1994 R.A. Dickey April 18 1995 Todd Helton May 15 1996 Scott Schroeffel March 18 R.A. Dickey April 15 2000 Jamie Bennett March 30 2001 Brandon Crowe March 12 2002 Jeffery Terrell Feb. 18 2003 Ben Riley Feb. 10 2005 Luke Hochevar Feb. 28 Luke Hochevar March 21

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2007 2010 2012 2013

James Adkins James Adkins Bryan Morgado Zack Godley Zack Godley

Feb. 26 April 30 March 15 March 26 April 15

2003 2004 2005

Jordan Czarniecki Alex Suarez Chase Headley Luke Hochevar Eli Iorg

FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK (selected since 2006) Year Player Week 2006 Josh Lindblom Feb. 20 Tony Delmonico April 17 2007 Jeff Lockwood March 26 Jeff Lockwood May 21 2008 Kentrail Davis March 10 Kentrail Davis April 14 2009 Zach Osborne May 18

2006 2007 2008 2009 2012

J.P. Arencibia Julio Borbon James Adkins J.P. Arencibia Julio Borbon Kentrail Davis Yan Gomes Blake Forsythe Drew Steckenrider

All-SEC (Selected by a vote of the league’s head coaches) Year Player Pos. 1951 Bert Rechichar OF G.P. Anderson C *John Huffstetler P 1952 *B.B. Hopkins 1B *John Huffstetler P 1953 *B.B. Hopkins 1B 1956 Gene Simpson C 1963 George Shuford C 1964 *Jack Ervin OF 1966 *Jack Ervin OF 1967 Mike Mondelli OF 1968 Larry Fielder UTL 1969 *Phil Garner 2B *Sam Ewing OF *Jimmy Lee P 1970 *Phil Garner UTL *Sam Ewing OF ^Bobby Tucker OF *Jimmy Lee P 1971 ^Bobby Tucker 1B 1972 ^Bobby Tucker OF 1973 ^Bobby Tucker OF 1975 Condredge Holloway SS *Rick Honeycutt P 1976 *Rick Honeycutt 1B *Robbie Howard 2B 1978 *Robbie Howard UTL 1980 Chuck Barclift 1B Chuck Kinzel OF 1982 Teddy Carson P 1983 Tracy Hamilton 3B Richard Rodriguez P 1986 Rich DeLucia P (2nd) 1989 Mike Basse OF (2nd) 1990 Danny Ramirez SS (2nd) Mike DiFelice C (2nd) 1991 Mike Basse OF (1st) *Doug Hecker DH (1st) Paul Fletcher P (2nd) 1992 *Doug Hecker 1B (1st) Jose Vazquez OF (1st) Andy Blanco 2B (2nd) 1993 *Todd Helton 1B (1st) *Bubba Trammell OF (1st) 1994 James Northeimer C (1st) *Bubba Trammell OF (1st) *R.A. Dickey P (1st) Bronson Heflin P (1st) Todd Helton 1B (2nd) Steve Soper 2B (2nd) 1995 *Todd Helton 1B (1st) Travis Copley DH (2nd) R.A. Dickey P (2nd) 1996 Augie Ojeda SS (1st) Scott Schroeffel OF (1st) *R.A. Dickey P (1st) 1997 Kurt Keene SS (2nd) 1998 Jeff Pickler 2B (1st) Sonny Cortez OF (1st) Travis Copley DH (2nd) 1999 Jamie Bennett P (2nd) 2000 *Chris Burke 2B (1st) Jamie Bennett P (2nd) Jeff Christensen DH (2nd) 2001 *Chris Burke SS (1st)

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OF (1st) DH (2nd) 3B (1st) RHP (1st) OF (1st) C (1st) OF (2nd) P (2nd) C (2nd) OF (2nd) OF (2nd) C (2nd) C (1st) UTIL (2nd)

*Two-time first-team selections ^Four-time first-team selection

SEC All-Eastern Division (All-Division teams were selected from 1961-85) Year Player 1962 Ken Hudgens Johnny Maddox Jim Herbert 1963 Jack Ervin George Shuford 1964 Jack Ervin 1965 Danny Neff Bill Ferrell 1966 John Burpo Darryl Lowe Jack Ervin Mike Lawler 1967 Mike Mondelli Dave Tiller 1968 Larry Fielder Sam Ewing Jim McBride John Hammett 1969 Phil Garner Sam Ewing Jimmy Lee 1970 Phil Garner Sam Ewing Bobby Tucker Jimmy Lee 1971 Bobby Tucker Roger McKinney 1972 Bobby Tucker Roger McKinney Joe O’Brien 1973 Condredge Holloway Bobby Tucker Joe O’Brien 1974 Condredge Holloway Rodney Woods 1975 Condredge Holloway Tommy West Hal Bibee Rick Honeycutt 1976 Rick Honeycutt Robbie Howard Brad Bradshaw Mark Batchko Mike Smithson 1977 Brad Bradshaw 1978 Tommy Cook Robbie Howard Ronnie Hartsfield Billy Aldridge 1980 Chuck Barclift Chuck Kinzel Jimmy Johnson 1981 Ronnie Hartsfield Rusty Ensor 1982 Teddy Carson 1983 Tracy Hamilton Curt Cornwell Richard Rodriguez 1984 Bobby Gaylor Tom Stamps Steve Searcy 1985 Greg Newsom

Pos. 2B OF P LF C OF OF P 1B UTL OF P OF P 2B OF C P 2B OF P 2B OF OF P 1B OF OF OF P UTL OF P UTL OF SS OF C P 1B 2B OF C P OF 1B 2B OF P 1B OF P UTL OF P 3B OF P 3B OF P 2B

 ACADEMIC HONORS

Team 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd

NOTE: University Division District IV consists of all NCAA Division I universities in Alabama, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. Members of the All-District first team advance to the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration. To be nominated, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore with a 3.3 cumulative grade-point average and a starter or significant reserve on his team.

HM-Honorable Mention

SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll (selected since 2004) Year Player 2004 Craig Cobb 2005 Julio Borbon 2006 Jarred Frazier Mike Moore Ryne Simpson 2007 Bryan Morgado Bryan Powell 2008 Blake Forsythe P.J. Polk 2009 Adam Adkins Hunter Daniel Steven Gruver Will Locante Charley Thurber 2010 Jon Reed 2011 Ethan Bennett Nick Williams 2012 Jason Manis Eric Martin Conner Stevens Joseph Vanderplas Brandon Zajac 2013 Trevor Charpie Andy Cox Matt Esparza Michael Flax David Houser Derek Lance Andrew Lee Heath Loyd Michael Parrish A.J. Simcox

GPA 3.17 3.58 3.00 3.12 3.65 3.04 3.84 3.42 3.55 3.09 3.10 3.74 3.12 3.56 3.01 3.60 3.44 3.10 3.43 3.85 3.36 3.25 3.25 3.03 3.60 3.77 3.08 3.94 3.89 3.52 3.27 3.31

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans (as selected by CoSIDA)

The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) annually select the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams. To be nominated, a student-athlete must be a starter or important reserve with at least a 3.3 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) for his career. No athlete is eligible until he has reached sophomore athletic and academic standing at his/her current institution. Year 1972 1973 1989 1996 1997 1998 2005

Player, Pos. Bobby Tucker, OF Bobby Tucker, OF Clark Rose, OF R.A. Dickey, RHP Jeff Pickler, 2B Jeff Pickler, 2B Chase Headley, 3B

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Player, Pos. Clark Rose, OF R.A. Dickey, RHP Jeff Pickler, 2B Travis Copley, DH Jeff Pickler, 2B Dusty Johnson, LHP Nick Crowe, 1B Chase Headley, 3B Rob Fitzgerald, UTL Julio Borbon, OF

3.02 3.25 3.15 3.78 3.00 3.05 3.00 3.25 3.29 3.68 3.27 3.07 3.11 3.03 3.00 3.01 3.42 3.08 3.01 3.36 2.94 3.04 3.37

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Year 1989 1996 1997 1998 2003 2005 2006

Bryan Morgado Charley Thurber Hunter Daniel Steven Gruver Davis Morgan Khayyan Norfork Chris Pierce Charley Thurber Andy Yates Josh Allman Ethan Bennett Hunter Daniel Samuel Davis Chris Fritts Davis Morgan Nick Williams Andy Yates Ethan Bennett Jason Manis Eric Martin Dalton Saberhagen Nick Williams Andy Yates

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(as selected by CoSIDA)

2011 2012 2013

REVIEW

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV

3.01 3.32 3.13 3.02_ 3.27_ 3.32 3.00 3.01 3.22 3.22 3.08 3.79 3.68 3.27 3.15 3.07 3.38 3.57 3.50 3.16 4.00 3.29 3.28 3.00 3.14 3.77 3.31 3.58 3.96 3.77 3.20 3.87 3.23 3.31 3.52 3.18 3.25 3.11 3.66 3.45 2.77 3.73 2.68 3.23 3.05 3.48 3.00 3.89 3.66 3.45 2.91 3.49 3.29 3.38 3.16 3.06 3.73 3.05 3.28 3.21 3.73 3.14 3.03

OPPONENTS

Chris Burke Kurt Scott Hal Bibee Jr. Chris Burke Ryan Case Ryan Moffett Hal Bibee Jr. Brandon Hopkins Ryan Moffett Jordan Czarniecki Patrick Hicklen Dusty Johnson Joey Andrews Trey Bridges Brian Cleveland Nick Crowe Scot Drucker Rob Fitzgerald Patrick Hicklen Luke Hochevar Dusty Johnson Todd Martin Beau Massey Ben Riley Derek Tharpe Joey Andrews Trey Bridges Craig Cobb Rob Fitzgerald Chase Headley Luke Hochevar Mike Kerfeld Julio Borbon Craig Cobb Ty Pryor Julio Borbon Craig Cobb Mike Moore Ryne Simpson Zane Stone Daniel Beasley Steve Crnkovich Shawn Griffin Nick Hernandez Mike Moore Tanner Moore Bryan Morgado Bryan Powell Ryne Simpson Zane Stone Cody Brown Steve Crnkovich Cody Hawn Nick Hernandez Mike Moore Bryan Morgado Ryne Simpson Adam Adkins Steve Crnkovich Hunter Daniel Steven Gruver Cody Hawn D.J. Leffler

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2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

COACHES

GPA 3.04 3.29 3.31 3.18 3.44 3.42 3.34 3.51 3.09 3.00 3.32 3.06 3.26 3.77 3.17 3.32 3.45 3.15 3.07 3.75 3.11 3.40 3.14 3.01 3.49 3.56 3.50 3.66 3.56 3.16 3.61 3.12 3.03 3.17 3.42 3.06 3.16 3.31 3.89 3.25 3.87 3.38 3.41 3.00 3.13 3.24 3.25 3.41 3.29 3.39 3.05 3.25 3.70 3.33 3.05 3.20 3.70 3.61 3.03 3.00 3.39

GENERAL INFO

SEC Academic Honor Roll Year Player 1971 Bobby Tucker 1972 Bobby Tucker 1973 Hal Bibee (HM) Bobby Tucker 1974 Hal Bibee Mark Cummings Bill Oden 1975 Hal Bibee Bill Hatfield Rick Honeycutt 1976 Bill Hatfield (HM) Rick Honeycutt Robby Howard 1977 Tommy Cook (HM) Robby Howard 1980 Jimmy Boring (HM) Chuck Kinzel 1984 Pat Sullivan 1985 Pat Sullivan 1986 Ray Lasalle 1987 Jim Boyce Steve Caputo Billy Paul Carver Jeff Geer Clark Rose 1988 John Neal Clark Rose 1989 John Neal Clark Rose Mark Tranbarger 1990 Clark Rose (Grad.) Mark Tranbarger 1991 Mark Tranbarger 1992 Phil Dannunzio Jeff Foster Chris Kelley Richard King 1993 Jeff Foster Adam Priest 1994 Brad Greene Adam Priest Geoff Rosenbaum Adam Swallows 1995 Bryce Christensen R.A. Dickey Brad Greene 1996 Justin Altmann Travis Copley R.A. Dickey Ryan Meyers 1997 Shay Coker Travis Copley Jeff Pickler 1998 Travis Copley Jason Evans Eduardo Figueroa Jeff Pickler 1999 Hal Bibee Jr. Justin Parker Donnie Ross 2000 Hal Bibee Jr.

RECORDS  TENNESSEE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME

B.B. Hopkins

Phil Garner

Rick Honeycutt

At Tennesssee: 1951-53 Inducted: 1995

At Tennesssee: 1968-70 Inducted: 1995

At Tennesssee: 1973-76 Inducted: 1996

Joe O’Brien

Condredge Holloway

Steve Searcy

At Tennesssee: 1971-73 Inducted: 1999

Mike Smithson

At Tennesssee: 1975-76 Inducted: 2004

At Tennesssee: 1973-75 At Tennesssee: 1983-85 Inducted: 2000 Inducted: 2001

Greg McMichael

At Tennesssee: 1986-88 Inducted: 2005

 2014 INDUCTEE

Mike Keith

Broadcaster At Tennessee: 1988-89, 92-98 Inducted: 2006

Bill Wright

Jimmy Lee

Sam Ewing

Alan Cockrell

Tommy Bridges

Todd Helton

R.A. Dickey

Head Coach At Tennesssee: 1968-70 At Tennesssee: 1968-70 Inducted: 1998 At Tennesssee: 1963-81 Inducted: 1997 Inducted: 1996

Ed Bailey

At Tennesssee: 1948 Inducted: 2002

Mike DiFelice

At Tennesssee: 1983-84 At Tennesssee: 1927-29 Inducted: 2004 Inducted: 2003

At Tennesssee: 1989-91 At Tennesssee: 1993-95 At Tennesssee: 1994-96 Inducted: 2012 Inducted: 2007 Inducted: 2008

 LEADOFF BANQUET GUEST SPEAKERS

Chris Burke

At Tennesssee: 1998-01 Inducted: 2014

A three-time AllAmerica selection, Chris Burke is one of the top hitters to ever suit up for the Tennessee Volunteers. While leading the Orange and White to the 2001 College World Series, Burke led the NCAA in hits (118), runs scored (105) and runs per game (1.76) while unanimously winning SEC Player of the Year honors. He also made the CWS All-Tournament team.

1993 - Ron Fraser Former University of Miami Head Coach 1994 - Tommy Lasorda Former Los Angeles Dodgers Manager 1995 - Phil Garner Milwaukee Brewers Manager/Former Tennessee Player 1996 - George Steinbrenner New York Yankees Owner 1997 - Tommy Lasorda Former Los Angeles Dodgers Manager 1998 - Rick Honeycutt Former Major Leaguer/Former UT Player 1999 - Brett Butler Former Major Leaguer 2000 - Jim Lefebvre Former Major Leaguer/Manager 2001 - Tony Perez Former Major Leaguer 2002 - Tommy John Former Major Leaguer

2003 - Harold Reynolds Former Major Leaguer 2004 - Buck O’Neil Former Negro Leaguer 2005 - Chipper Jones Active Major Leaguer (Atlanta Braves) 2006 - Jim Morris Former Major Leaguer 2007 - Tommy Lasorda Former Los Angeles Dodgers Manager 2008 - Todd Helton Active Major Leaguer (Colorado Rockies) 2009 - Phil Garner Former Major Leaguer/Manager 2010 - James Adkins, J.P. Arencibia, Chase Headley, Luke Hochevar and Mike Lincoln Former Tennessee Standouts 2012 - Terry Francona MLB Manager/ESPN Analyst 2013 - George Brett MLB Hall of Famer

 MISCELLANEOUS HONORS Tennessee Baseball Coach of the Year Award Year Coach 1993 Rod Delmonico 1995 Rod Delmonico 2001 Rod Delmonico 2005 Rod Delmonico

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Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

(selected since 1966) Year Inductee 1971 Tommy Bridges 1981 Ed Bailey 1993 Condredge Holloway 1996 Bill Wright 2002 Phil Garner 2006 Rick Honeycutt

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Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame Year Inductee 2008 Don Varner 2012 Larry Simcox

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VOLMANAC  HISTORY OF BASEBALL AT TENNESSEE The Early Years ...

Newspaper records trace Tennessee baseball history to 1897, the first year the university had an official baseball team. The earliest teams wore gold and white and played high schools, independent teams and visiting professional clubs in addition to other collegiate squads. The players traveled by train, tried out every year, paid their own expenses and received no scholarships. The program was discontinued in the years of 1901, 1932-38 and 1943-46. They played their games at Wait Field at the corner of 15th Street and Cumberland Avenue on campus. The field also was where the football team played its games until moving to ShieldsWatkins Field in 1921. The earliest teams were managed by player/coaches as the student-body took it upon itself to put together a squad. They worked out at the Knoxville Y.M.C.A., or wherever a suitable field or lot could be found. The Volunteers debuted in March 1897 with a resounding 15-4 win over Grant University on their way to a 6-6-1 record. Lack of available newspaper coverage in the two following years, 1898 and 1899, meant those game accounts and won-lost records were lost to the ages. The only information found were the names of the coaches and players for those two teams. T.R. Cornick guided Tennessee to its first winning season in 1900 with a 6-5 mark. The teams, whose rosters numbered in the upper 20s and lower 30s to begin the season, were soon whittled down to 11-15 after some early contests. Frank Moffett was the first real head coach Tennessee had. He was selected to lead the 1903 team by Manager Smith, and the college team was selected by a committee composed of Captain John E. Kelly, of Knox County, Coach McTeer, Professor A.F. Gilman and Dr. J.A. McColloch. Moffett coached Tennessee for a total of nine seasons in three different stints between 1903 and 1919, compiling a 96-48-3 mark. He posted seven winning seasons. In 1905, subsequent to the call for a nickname for the Tennesseans, one admirer suggested the Volunteers. The 1908 and 1909 seasons saw Tennessee post its most successful two-year run for the next 40 years, posting 16 and 18 wins respectively, the most any Volunteer squad would have until the College World Series year of 1951 when that team notched 20 victories. The 1908 team finished with a 16-3 mark, while placing five of its starting nine on the All-Southern Team. Those included pitcher S.S. Kipp, catcher J.F. Baker, third baseman S.R. Ware, left fielder A.A. Carlen and right fielder W. Baker. As the 1909 team won 18 games, the season ended brilliantly, as Tennessee swept a doubleheader from Kentucky State to finish 18-5-1. Pitcher W. Sanders, left fielder A.A. Carlen and right fielder W.G. Baker were picked to the All-Southern Team.

Working to Gain Success ...

Z.G. Clevenger took over Tennessee from 1911-16, amassing a 54-44-4 record. He took the reigns of the program from Moffett, who continued to help out with the team. Moffett would return for his final coaching stint with the Volunteers during the 1918 and 1919 seasons. Clevenger’s first squad compiled a 10-8 mark and consisted of 16 players. They would struggle the next three years before posting back-to-back winning campaigns in 1915 and 1916 with 10-6 and 13-5 marks respectively. The 1913 Vols got a chance to play against one of major league baseball’s powers of the day in the Philadelphia Athletics, led by Hall of Fame manager Connie Mack. Two of the Athletics’ famous pitchers, Chief Bender and Jack Coombs, twirled as they toyed with the collegians in a 9-2 victory. Coombs won 21 games in 1912, while Bender would be a 21-game winner in 1913. That game highlighted a subpar 5-8-1 season. Behind “the best infield it has had in several years,” Tennessee was able to fashion a 10-6 mark in 1914. The Vols dropped an 8-1 decision to the New York Giants, thanks in part to six errors. A pitcher by the name of D. Hutchison was the ace for Tennessee from 1912-1915, hurling a no-hitter in 1914 against Sewanee and then having a breakout year in 1915 with five of the team’s 10 wins, including a one-hitter over Mercer. The 13 wins posted by the 1916 team was a remarkable feat, as it battled through injuries, illnesses and suspensions. It was a good hitting club, as eight players hit .300 or better, including a .415 average by a player named Luck. The slick fielding Frank Callaway, who played two seasons with

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the Philadelphia Athletics from 1921-22, starred at shortstop from 1916 through 1919. Coach J.G. Bender took over the team for two years in 1917 and 1920, while Clevenger’s assistant, Moffett, headed up the 1918 and 1919 teams. Tennessee posted winning seasons in three of those four years, as the squad continued to play exhibitions against both major and minor league teams. The Vols opened the 1918 season with a 14-0 blanking by the Pittsburgh Pirates, but rebounded to post an 8-2 mark against collegiate competition. Coach Moffett, who had been around the baseball program since 1903, termed the performance of the 1918 squad, “the most successful season in the university’s history.” In Moffett’s last year with Tennessee in 1919, Sunday baseball was not permitted in the state. The team was strong on hitting and fielding but short on baserunning, as it finished 5-7-1. J.G. Bender guided the Vols to a 13-7 mark in 1920 before M.B. Banks would lead the team for six years from 1921-26, finishing with a 39-42-3 mark. The Vols moved to a new field in 1921, as the largest crowd to ever watch a Tennessee baseball game saw the Vols drop a 7-6 decision to the University of Cincinnati on dedication day. Eight errors proved to be UT’s undoing. Ben Cantwell, who spent 11 years as a pitcher in the major leagues, joined the Vols in 1921 and played for four years. He assisted Banks in 1925. Following another subpar season in 1926, William S. Harkness coached the Vols for five seasons from 1927-31, going 19-30. But lack of interest and money led to the virtual disappearance of baseball from intercollegiate athletics at the university. Between 1925-31, baseball had five losing seasons, one winning season and one .500 season. In 1931, shortages in traveling money forced the Vols to play nearby sandlot teams, the only college being Johnson Bible College. After 1931, with Tennessee carrying a 6-3 record, baseball disappeared until 1939. From 1939-42, when the war brought disruption to the sport, the Vols had two winning, one losing and one .500 season for a combined record of 24-23. The poor seasons, plus a shift of support to football caused a decline in spectators and interest in general. The second World War caused the absence of baseball from Tennessee, from the years of 1943-46. John Mauer coached the Vols from 1939-42, leading them to a 7-2 mark his first year. It was also the first year Tennessee competed in the Southeastern Conference, going 1-1 against Kentucky.

A Trip to Omaha ...

Ike Peel, who played with the Vols from 1940-42, coached Tennessee’s first baseball team in five seasons in 1947 and led the team to a 13-6 overall record and third-place finish in the Southeastern Conference. Things would not be so pleasant for new coach S.W. “Cy” Anderson, who took over the program in 1948. None of his first three squads would finish better than a game below .500 or seventh in the SEC until the 1951 team broke out with the best season in school history to that time. The year 1951 stands out as a milestone in the history of Tennessee baseball. It was during this campaign that Tennessee recorded the Southeastern Conference’s best overall won-lost slate ever at that time at 20-3. The Vol team posted a conference record of 16-1 in winning Tennessee’s lone pennant until the 1990s. The Vols also placed three members on the first-ever all-conference squad, as outfielder Bert Rechichar, catcher Andy Anderson and pitcher John Huffstetler made the team. The Vols, who were declared champions of District III, represented the South and went on to place second in the NCAA’s College World Series in Omaha, Neb., losing in the finals to Oklahoma by a 3-2 score. First baseman and pitcher Sid Hatfield was named the Most Outstanding Player at the College World Series. The decade of the 1950s proved to be the finest since the 1910s, as the Volunteers finished above .500 for the 10-year period. Bernard O’Neil and legendary football player and assistant coach George Cafego each guided the Vols for five years from from 1953-62. The 1953 season saw the emergence of third baseman B.B. Hopkins, who was Tennessee’s first All-America player after he hit .414 in helping lead the Vols to a 14-8 record.

Wright Brings the Right Stuff ...

Shortly after the dawn of a new decade, Bill Wright, who would guide the Vols for the next 19 years, took over as the head baseball coach in 1963. One of the finest basketball prospects to ever come

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On June 15, 2010, Tennessee brought a familiar face back to Knoxville to lead the program back to its rightful place among the nation’s elite. The Vols hired Dave Serrano, former head coach at UC Irvine and Cal State Fullerton. A veteran of seven College World Series and one of just 11 coaches to lead two different programs to Omaha, Serrano arrived at Rocky Top with a career record of 289-139-1 (.675) in seven seasons as a Division I head coach. After leading UC Irvine to the 2007 CWS in his third year at the helm of the Anteaters, he moved on to Cal State Fullerton where he averaged 43.75 wins per season in his four campaigns with the Titans, including an appearance in Omaha in 2009. Serrano, returned to the site of his first Division I job, as he served two seasons as an assistant coach at Tennessee from 199596, following seven years at Cerritos Junior College. His first taste of Omaha came as a Volunteer as he helped lead a Big Orange squad featuring all-time UT greats Todd Helton and R.A. Dickey to the College World Series for the first time in over four decades in 1995. During Serrano’s first stint in Knoxville, Tennessee posted an impressive 97-36 (.729) record, including a school-record 54 wins in 1995.

OPPONENTS

Back to the Future ...

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The highs were very high during the head coaching tenure of Rod Delmonico from 1990-2007. The Wilmington, N.C., native’s coaching philosophy centered around pitching, defense, speed and the hit-and-run. Following his introduction in 1990, Delmonico’s Vols posted nine 40-win seasons and two 50-win campaigns. His teams captured two Southeastern Conference titles, four SEC Eastern Division crowns and three SEC Eastern Division Tournament championships. UT made eight NCAA regional trips—including five regional finals— and punched three tickets to the College World Series. Before Delmonico took charge, the Vols had never won 40 games in a season and had just one SEC title to their credit. UT had made only one College World Series appearance and hadn’t been to the postseason in 38 years. In only his second season, Tennessee posted its first-ever 40-win season, and four years into his regime the Volunteers were a force to be reckoned with on the national scene as they reached NCAA postseason play for the first time since 1952. Delmonico, the 1994 and 1995 SEC Coach of the Year, added National Coach of the Year honors to his impressive résumé in 1995 after leading UT to its first College World Series since 1951, and his players also piled up awards and signing bonuses as the winningest coach in UT history guided the program. He coached Olympians—pitcher R.A. Dickey and shortstop Augie Ojeda earned bronze medals with the USA Baseball team in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta—and a long list of All-Americans. Delmonico produced a National Player of the Year in standout first baseman Todd Helton and a Roger Clemens Award winner in Luke Hochevar.

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Vols Earn Three College World Series Berths in 11 Years ...

He also groomed a handful of SEC Players of the Year and nine members of Team USA, as well as a No. 1 overall draft choice and a National League batting champion. In all, Delmonico had 73 Vols selected in the major league draft 79 times, including 10 first-round picks, and 95 of his Tennessee players inked professional baseball contracts. He had four Academic All-America selections, and 66 SEC Academic Honor Roll members came under his watch. The numerous individual accolades reflected the success of the Vols on the field, as UT continued to enjoy the best stretch of baseball in school history since the dawn of the Delmonico era. His squads first reached the pinnacle of college baseball during the 1994 and 1995 seasons, which saw Delmonico win back-to-back SEC championships and post seasons of 52 and 54 victories. The 1995 campaign was special not just for the College World Series trip, as Delmonico also began to establish Rocky Top as a home for elite players that season. The 1995 squad boasted the National Player of the Year in Helton, who was also a three-time All-America pick. The Vols finished third in Omaha, Neb., and had a top-five finish in the national polls. Players like Jeff Pickler, Chris Burke, Hochevar, James Adkins, J.P. Arencibia and Julio Borbon would follow in the footsteps of Helton, helping maintain the tradition established since Delmonico’s hiring as a young, exuberant 32-year-old headman. The Vols reached the regional finals in 1996 but fell one game short of reaching the CWS for the second straight year. Tennessee reached regional action for the fifth straight year in 1997 but struggled in the SEC over the next three years despite boasting the 1998 SEC Player of the Year in second baseman Pickler. Pickler, who hit .500 in league action, was part of a team that slugged a team-record 108 home runs. The Vols turned things around in 2001, as they reached the College World Series for the third time overall and the second time under Delmonico. UT, which finished tied for third at the CWS, was led by shortstop Burke, who was a consensus All-American and SEC Player of the Year. A two-year absence from postseason play gave way to an NCAA Regional appearance in 2004. Then in 2005, Delmonico led a team that was picked to finish fifth in the SEC Eastern Division all the way to Omaha for the fourth College World Series berth in school history. During their charge to Omaha, the Vols set singleseason records for hits, doubles and batters struck out. Tennessee’s 2005 postseason honors haul was led by consensus All-American and Roger Clemens Award winner Hochevar—who recorded a school-record 154 strikeouts and tied for the NCAA lead with 15 victories and would become the program’s first No. 1 overall selection in the 2006 MLB Draft. Fellow juniors Eli Iorg and Chase Headley also garnered AllAmerica honors, and rookies Adkins, Arencibia and Borbon were each tabbed as Freshman All-America selections. In addition, Hochevar and Arencibia were named the 2005 SEC Pitcher and Freshman of the Year, respectively. The 2007 draft was a historical one for Tennessee, as Arencibia (21st overall), Borbon (35th overall and Adkins (39th overall) were each selected in the first round. It marked the fourth time in school history that multiple Vols were drafted in the first round, and it made Tennessee one of just five schools ever to have three players drafted prior to the second round in a single draft.

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out of Knoxville, Wright graduated from Tennessee in 1947 and signed a baseball contract with the St. Louis Browns. Wright’s teams had 15 winning seasons, won three SEC Eastern Division titles and finished in the top three in the division in 15 of his 19 seasons. Nineteen of his former players signed professional contracts. From 1968-80, a span of 13 years, the longest in school history, his teams never finished below .500. In only Wright’s fourth season, he guided the Vols to their firstever 20-win season and their first SEC Eastern Division title with an 11-2 mark and a 22-9 record overall. It would be another six years before Tennessee would come up with its second Eastern Division crown, as it finished with a 12-3 league mark and recorded 24 victories overall. Following the 1970 season, three Vols wound up being selected in the first round of the 1971 January regular and secondary phases of the major league draft. Pitcher Steve Raines, outfielder Sam Ewing and infielder Phil Garner all signed professional contracts. Also, outfielder Sam Ewing earned a spot on the Coaches AllAmerica squad after batting .464, a school record. A top-notch slugger in Bobby Tucker burst upon the scene in 1970 and became the only Vol to earn All-SEC honors all four years. He finished his career with the third-highest batting average in school history at .389 and slugged 34 home runs, which was a record that would stand for the next 20 years. He garnered AllAmerica accolades in 1973 after batting .400 with 13 home runs and an .800 slugging percentage. The 1975 and 1976 seasons were among the most successful under Wright as the Vols posted their first-ever 30-win seasons by winning won 32 and 33 games, respectively. Leading the way offensively were two All-Americans in shortstop Condredge Holloway, who was a highly sought after athlete on both the diamond and gridiron, and pitcher/first baseman Rick Honeycutt, who went on to spend 20 years in the major leagues. Pitcher Mike Smithson, who played eight years in Major League Baseball, was also a force on the hill. When Wright retired following the 1981 season, he had posted 408 of UT’s 849 total baseball victories and was the thirdwinningest coach in SEC history behind Florida’s Dave Fuller and Auburn’s Paul Nix. Stepping into a UT baseball coaching legend’s shoes was Tennessee’s first full time assistant coach, John Whited. Joining the Vol coaching staff in 1980, Whited led the Vols for six years from 1982-87, compiling a 145-109 record. Whited, who had five straight winning seasons, guided the Vols to three straight SEC tournament appearances from 1982-84, finishing runner-up in 1982 and 1984. Outfielder Alan Cockrell earned All-America honors in 1984. Mark Connor, a former pitching coach under Wright and New York Yankees pitching coach, led the Vols for two seasons but could achieve only limited success.

VOLMANAC  LEGEND OF THE VOLUNTEER What’s a Volunteer? Not your run of the mill school nickname, the proud legacy of the Volunteer calls Tennessee student-athletes to compete at an elevated standard when the stakes are highest. A Volunteer is the bravest breed of human from the boldest nation on Earth, fiercely proud to call Tennessee home whether the battle lies within its borders or in a land far away.

“Give me a thousand Tennesseans, and I’ll whip any other thousand men on the globe!” — President Andrew “Old Hickory” Jackson

The First Volunteers

In the aftermath of the Declaration of Independence, Americans were determined to create a nation that was free of the evils that had required them to resort to revolution. Among these was the fear of a large standing army. Such a force could be used to impose the will of an evil monarch and was therefore a threat to individual liberties. Instead, they would rely upon a volunteer army, citizen soldiers who would be called into service at times of crisis to serve their country. When the people who would later be known as Tennesseans were first asked to volunteer for such an army, they had been living along the upper tributaries of the Tennessee River, near modern day Elizabethton. The call went out for volunteers to gather at Sycamore Shoals in September 1780 and march across the Smoky Mountains to meet this British threat. When finally assembled, the volunteers totaled almost 1,000 men, virtually the entire fighting force of the settlements. These “Overmountain Men” defeated the British at King’s Mountain to turn the tide of the war in favor of the fledgling nation. The tradition of the Tennessee Volunteer was thus already initiated when, in the War of 1812, the nation once again went to war. As they had done over 30 years before, Tennesseans responded enthusiastically. Instead of the 3,500 troops requested, 25,000 Tennesseans joined, participating in battles from the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico.

Old Hickory

Earlier in the War of 1812 the British torched Washington. The Tennessee Volunteers made sure New Orleans would suffer no such fate. Under future President Andrew “Old Hickory” Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans, Tennessee Volunteers took part in the greatest victory of the war when they helped to defeat an army of crack British regulars. Facing more than twice their number, the Tennessee Volunteers joined a New Orleans militia, a group of former Haitian slaves fighting as free men and a band of outlaws headed by the notorious pirate Jean Lafitte. Thanks in no small part to the deadly Volunteer riflemen of Tennessee, the U.S. took a lopsided victory where more than 2,000 British were killed or wounded compared to eight killed and 13 wounded on the American side. Jacob Hartsell, a captain in the 2nd East Tennessee militia, was among the Tennesseans who took part in the battle. He was so inspired by his fellow Tennesseans that he wrote a heroic poem in their honor. Entitled “The Brave Volunteer,” this poetic journal entry is the earliest known written reference to Tennesseans as Volunteers.

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Volunteers at the Alamo

Two decades later, Tennesseans advanced their reputation as volunteers when, unsolicited, several hundred made the journey south to assist the Texans in their war for independence from Mexico. The best known of these was David Crockett. His already legendary status was only enhanced by his dramatic death at the Alamo in 1836. But before the Alamo fell, 33 Tennesseans, the largest number of defenders provided by any state—nearly four times as many as from Texas—kept Mexican General Santa Anna’s overwhelming army at bay for 13 days against unbelievable odds. On March 6, 1836, the brave Tennessee Volunteers and the other Alamo defenders were overrun and breathed their last. However, the crucial days the Volunteers slowed down the Mexican army gave another Tennessean, Sam Houston, enough time to gallop through Texas raising an army to defend what would become the Lone Star State. This army defeated Santa Anna in no small part because of the contributions of Tennessee’s Volunteers. There can be no doubt Texas owes a great debt of gratitude for its statehood to the fierce men from Tennessee.

Tennessee... The Volunteer State

But Tennessee’s status as the “Volunteer State” was solidified 10 years later when the United States War Department called for volunteers in the War with Mexico. Moving quickly to meet their allotted quota of 2,800 recruits, state officials were overwhelmed by 30,000 volunteers. It was during the Spanish-American War that the students of the University of Tennessee began to lay official claim to the Volunteer nickname for themselves. In 1897, the student yearbook was christened, The Volunteer. In 1902, the Atlanta Constitution used the term “Volunteers” to describe the football team when recounting a game between UT and Georgia Tech. However, the university sports teams continued to operate without an official nickname until 1905. In March of that year an article in the Knoxville Journal announced a nickname had been chosen. “One of the admirers of the old school has suggested ‘the Volunteers’,” the newspaper reported. In classic understatement the report concludes, “The name sounds good, and it is likely that it will stick.”

The Volunteer Spirit

There have been other men who symbolized the indomitable Tennessee Volunteer spirit on and off the field of battle. One of the most famous proved to be Alvin York in World War I. York was drafted and nearly single-handedly captured 132 Germans, took out about 35 machine guns which had been decimating his battalion and killed no fewer than 25 of the enemy, according to officers’ reports. Indeed, Marshall Ferdinand Foch said of York’s heroism, “What you did was the greatest thing accomplished by any private soldier of all the armies of Europe.” Humbly, the reluctant hero returned home to Tennessee as the toast of the nation. Yet York wasn’t interested in celebrity or cashing in on his fame, saying, “This uniform ain’t for sale.” Tennessee Volunteers took part in every theater of World War II, whether helping secure the deadly beaches of Normandy to working in their own backyard in Oak Ridge on The Manhattan Project and the atomic bomb that brought an end to war in the Pacific. TENNESSEE BASEBALL >>> 2014 RECORD BOOK

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Not every Volunteer story was forged in wartime. Part of the Volunteer legend deals with self-sacrifice for the good of others. Take Tennessee train engineer Casey Jones, for instance. Steaming full-bore in the early morning in Vaughan, Miss., in 1900, Jones saw boxcars in the distance on the tracks in front of him. When it became apparent the passenger train he was driving was destined for a catastrophic collision, Jones was faced with a desperate choice—he could jump out of the engine and save his life before the crash or he could stay in the engine and try to slow the train enough to save more passengers’ lives. After ordering his fireman to jump from the racing locomotive and save himself, Jones died that day saving dozens of lives in an amazing display of self-sacrifice. But his story and heroism live in the ballad devoted to the Tennessean who saved so many lives that day in his casket of splintered wood and twisted steel. The legend of the Tennessee Volunteer also applies to great minds who create items of great cultural value in interesting ways. The first constitution ever written by white men in America was drafted in 1772 by the Watauga Association near present day Elizabethton. Take the example of the Cherokee silversmith Sequoyah, the only known man in the history of the world to single-handedly create an alphabet, the first written language for a Native American people. Similarly, Tennessean Alex Haley became one of America’s most famous authors after recounting the experience of AfricanAmericans in his highly-acclaimed “Roots.” Haley chose to make his home in Norris, just a short drive from the University of Tennessee. Every time since the nation’s birth to this very day, when the U.S. needs an extraordinary effort to brush back the dark curtain of hopelessness, the Tennessee Volunteers are called. The bravery, heroism, wisdom and ferocity of the Volunteers place them on a pedestal of great American legends. King’s Mountain - Nathan Kirkham

Colonels” gridiron program at Centre College. And in 1921, Centre snapped mighty Harvard’s 25-game win streak (which included a 1920 Rose Bowl triumph), upsetting the Ivy League powerhouse, 6-0. In five seasons at Centre, Moran posted a 42-6-1 record and went undefeated in 1919 and 1921. A pair of Centre football standouts—Alvin “Bo” McMillin and Madison Bell—later became coaches themselves after honing their skills under Moran’s tutelage. Moran took over the footballcoaching reigns at Bucknell in 1924 and posted a 20-9-2 record in three years there. During the 1927 season, he assisted Ed Weir on the coaching staff of the NFL’s Frankford Yellowjackets. Moran ended his coaching career at Catawba College in North Carolina, leading the school to a 23-10-5 record from 1930-33. His overall college coaching record stands at 122-33-12, giving him an impressive .766 career winning percentage. He is still remembered for his inspirational pregame pep talks and inspiring locker room prayers. Moran died June 14, 1949, in Horse Cave, Ky. In 1951, the Associated Press voted Centre’s 1921 upset-win over Harvard as the biggest upset of the 20th century.

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Charlie Barthell Moran, also known simply as “Uncle Charley,” began his sporting career at the University of Tennessee in the late 1800s and later went on to make a name for himself as a professional baseball player, a major-league umpire and a successful college football coach. Born in Nashville, Tenn., on Feb. 22, 1879, Moran became a star halfback on Tennessee’s 1897 football team but left the university during his first year of study there. Upon his departure from The Hill, Moran arrived at Bethel College, where he both coached and played on that school’s football team. After graduating, he became an assistant to legendary football coach Glenn “Pop” Warner at the Carlisle Indian Institute, where he coached the great Jim Thorpe. Moran also played minor-league baseball during his time at Carlisle. Shortly thereafter he found his way into the ranks of professional baseball as a pitcher with the National League’s St. Louis Cardinals. Moran threw 24 innings in just three games with the Cardinals before an arm injury ended his pitching career. He did, however, return to the club in 1908 and played in 21 games as a catcher. By the following year, Moran was the head football coach at Texas A&M, where he spent the next six seasons while also working as a minor-league baseball umpire. He guided the Aggies to a 38-8-4 (.800) record from 1909-14. By 1918, Moran’s umpiring career had taken him to the National League, where he remained through the 1939 campaign. During his NL tenure, Uncle Charley was called upon to work the 1927, 1929, 1933 and 1938 World Series. His ascension to the highest level of professional umpiring did not mark the ultimate conclusion of his collegiate football coaching career, however. In 1919 he took over the “Praying

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VOLMANAC  YEARLY RESULTS Overall SEC SEC Year Coach W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. Finish 1897 D. Aydelott 6-9-1 .406 1898 A.J. Greer No Record Available 1899 W.R. Harrison No Record Available 1900 T.R. Cornick 6-5 .545 1901 No Team 1902 William H. Newman 8-4 .667 1903 Frank Moffett 8-10 .444 1904 Frank Moffett 9-5 .643 1905 Frank Moffett 3-5 .375 1906 James DePree 7-8 .467 1907 Frank Moffett 17-10 .630 1908 Frank Moffett 16-3 .842 1909 Frank Moffett 18-5-1 .771 1910 Frank Moffett 11-7 .611 1911 Z.G. Clevenger 10-8 .556 1912 Z.G. Clevenger 7-11-1 .395 1913 Z.G. Clevenger 5-8-1 .393 1914 Z.G. Clevenger 6-6-1 .500 1915 Z.G. Clevenger 10-6 .625 1916 Z.G. Clevenger 13-5 .722 1917 J.G. Bender 7-6 .538 1918 Frank Moffett 8-2 .800 1919 Frank Callaway 5-7-1 .423 1920 J.G. Bender 9-5 .643 1921 M.B. Banks 10-7 .588 1922 M.B. Banks 5-10-2 .353 1923 M.B. Banks 5-5-1 .500 1924 M.B. Banks 9-9 .500 1925 M.B. Banks 4-5 .444 1926 M.B. Banks 5-6 .455 1927 William S. Harkness 3-9 .250 1928 William S. Harkness 3-9 .250 1929 William S. Harkness 3-5 .375 1930 William S. Harkness 4-4 .500 1931 William S. Harkness 6-3 .667 (Non-collegiate competition) 1932-38 No Teams 1939 John Mauer 7-2 .778 1-1 .500 8th 1940 John Mauer 4-9 .308 2-4 .333 10th 1941 John Mauer 7-6 .538 3-3 .500 6th 1942 John Mauer 6-6 .500 1-2 .333 10th 1943-46 No Teams 1947 Ike Peel 13-6 .684 5-3 .625 3rd 1948 S.W. Anderson 4-18-1 .196 3-16-1 .175 12th 1949 S.W. Anderson 6-12 .333 5-9 .357 10th 1950 S.W. Anderson 8-9 .471 7-9 .438 7th 1951 S.W. Anderson 20-3! .870 16-1 .941 1st 1952 S.W. Anderson 11-9^ .550 11-7 .611 4th 1953 Bernard O’Neil 14-8 .636 6-7 .462 8th 1954 Bernard O’Neil 8-17 .320 4-10 .286 T-11th 1955 Bernard O’Neil 13-8 .619 8-6 .571 6th 1956 Bernard O’Neil 10-13 .435 7-8 .467 6th 1957 Bernard O’Neil 9-14 .391 4-12 .250 10th 1958 George Cafego 2-13-1 .156 1-10 .091 12th 1959 George Cafego 9-9 .500 4-8 .333 6th East 1960 George Cafego 9-13-1 .413 5-12 .294 7th East 1961 George Cafego 15-10 .600 6-8 .429 6th East 1962 George Cafego 14-12 .538 9-7 .563 4th East 1963 Bill Wright 11-15 .423 8-10 .444 5th East 1964 Bill Wright 17-14 .548 8-9 .471 4th East 1965 Bill Wright 14-10 .583 8-5 .615 3rd East 1966 Bill Wright 22-9 .710 11-2 .846 1st East 1967 Bill Wright 14-16 .467 8-9 .471 4th East 1968 Bill Wright 20-12 .625 8-5 .615 2nd East 1969 Bill Wright 19-15 .559 9-5 .643 2nd East 1970 Bill Wright 24-10 .706 12-3 .800 1st East 1971 Bill Wright 15-15-1 .500 7-7 .500 4th East 1972 Bill Wright 19-14 .576 7-6 .538 2nd East 1973 Bill Wright 20-15 .571 9-7 .563 2nd East 1974 Bill Wright 29-15 .659 10-7 .588 3rd East 1975 Bill Wright 32-16 .667 10-7 .588 2nd East 1976 Bill Wright 33-17 .660 15-9 .625 2nd East 1977 Bill Wright 24-24-1 .500 11-12 .478 3rd East 1978 Bill Wright 25-21 .543 11-12 .478 3rd East 1979 Bill Wright 25-22 .532 10-14 .417 4th East 1980 Bill Wright 23-21 .523 6-14 .300 5th East 1981 Bill Wright 22-27 .449 10-13 .435 3rd East

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Year Coach 1982 John Whited 1983 John Whited 1984 John Whited 1985 John Whited 1986 John Whited 1987 John Whited Ronnie Osborne 1988 Mark Connor 1989 Mark Connor 1990 Rod Delmonico 1991 Rod Delmonico 1992 Rod Delmonico 1993 Rod Delmonico 1994 Rod Delmonico 1995 Rod Delmonico 1996 Rod Delmonico 1997 Rod Delmonico 1998 Rod Delmonico 1999 Rod Delmonico 2000 Rod Delmonico 2001 Rod Delmonico 2002 Rod Delmonico 2003 Rod Delmonico 2004 Rod Delmonico 2005 Rod Delmonico 2006 Rod Delmonico 2007 Rod Delmonico 2008 Todd Raleigh 2009 Todd Raleigh 2010 Todd Raleigh 2011 Todd Raleigh 2012 Dave Serrano 2013 Dave Serrano

Overall W-L-T Pct. 29-17 .630 26-16 .619 27-21 .563 26-23 .531 27-23 .540 10-9 .526 7-18 .280 21-29 .420 23-36 .390 28-31 .475 41-19 .683 35-20 .636 45-20^ .692 52-14^ .788 54-16^! .771 43-20^ .683 42-19^ .688 36-20 .643 28-28 .500 40-23 .635 48-20^! .705 27-28 .490 31-24 .564 38-24^ .613 46-21^! .687 31-24 .564 34-25 .576 27-29 .482 26-29 .473 30-26 .536 25-29 .463 24-31 .436 22-30 .423

SEC W-L-T Pct. 13-9 .591 12-7 .632 11-12 .478 10-13 .434 10-17 .370 5-18 .217 9-18 4-23 9-18 13-13 10-14 20-10 24-5 22-8 18-12 17-13 11-17 10-20 10-18 18-12 12-18 13-17 14-16 18-11 11-18 13-15 12-18 11-19 12-18 7-23 8-22 8-20

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.333 9th .148 10th .333 9th .500 7th .417 5th East .667 1st East# .828 1st East# .733 1st East# .600 2nd East .567 T-1st East .393 4th East .333 4th East .357 5th East .600 2nd East .400 4th East .433 4th East .467 5th East .621 2nd East .379 5th East .464 4th East .400 6th East .367 6th East .400 5th East .233 6th East .267 6th East .286 6th East

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 COACHING RECORD Head Coach W-L-T D. Aydelott 6-9-1 A.J. Greer No Record W.R. Harrison No Record T.R. Cornick 6-5 William H. Newman 8-4 Frank Moffett 90-47-1 Frank Callaway 5-7-1 James DePree 7-8 Z.G. Clevenger 51-44-3 J.G. Bender 16-11 M.B. Banks 38-42-3 William S. Harkness 13-27 John Mauer 24-23 Ike Peel 13-6 S.W. Anderson 49-51-1 Bernard O’Neil 54-60 George Cafego 49-57-2 Bill Wright 408-308-2 John Whited 145-109 Ronnie Osborne 7-18 Mark Connor 44-65 Rod Delmonico 699-396 Todd Raleigh 108-113 Dave Serrano 46-61 TOTALS 1,886-1,471-14 SEC Totals 681-794-1

Pct. .406 .545 .667 .656 .423 .467 .553 .593 .476 .325 .511 .684 .490 .474 .463 .570 .571 .280 .404 .638 .489 .430 .560 .461

Years 1897 (1 year) 1898 (1 year) 1899 (1 year) 1900 (1 year) 1902 (1 year) 1903-05; 07-10; 18 (8 years) 1919 (1 year) 1906 (1 year) 1911-16 (6 years) 1917; 1920 (2 years) 1921-26 (6 years) 1927-31 (5 years) 1939-42 (4 years) 1947 (1 year) 1948-52 (5 years) 1953-57 (5 years) 1958-62 (5 years) 1963-81 (19 years) 1982-87 (6 years) 1987 (1 year) 1988-89 (2 years) 1990-2007 (18 years) 2008-11 (4 years) 2012-13 (2 years) 104 years 71 years

All-Time Record by Decade 1890s 6-9-1 .406 1900s 92-55-1 .625 1910s 82-66-4 .553 1920s 56-70-3 .446 1930s 11-6 .647 1940s 40-57-1 .413 1950s 104-103-1 .502

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1960s 155-126-1 .551 1970s 246-169-2 .592 1980s 241-240 .501 1990s 404-207 .661 2000s 348-247 .585 2010s 101-119 .459

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1998 25-13 .658 2011 2-1 .667 2002 2-0 1.000 2013 34-44-1 .430 2012 25-53 .321 2012 2-0 1.000 2013 2-1 .667 1907 3-0 1.000 1911 1-2 .333 2013 31-2 .939 1916 3-0 1.000 1907 4-1 .800 1970 0-2 .000 --- --- --2011 2-0 1.000 2004 2-0 1.000 1990 2-4 .333 1998 4-0 1.000 1962 10-2 .833 1994 1-0 1.000 2012 3-0 1.000 1977 0-2 .000 2013 4-2 .667 2006 4-0 1.000 1929 2-4 .333 2009 13-3 .813 2010 6-5 .545 2008 0-2 .000 2005 4-1 .800 2003 5-0 1.000 1968 1-0 1.000 2010 2-3 .400 1956 0-2 .000 1968 0-1 .000 1994 1-0 1.000 2011 2-1 .667 1975 2-1 .667 2003 0-2 .000 --- --- --2009 6-0 1.000 2012 0-1 .000 2001 3-0 1.000 1957 1-0 1.000 1928 1-0 1.000 1984 6-2-1 .722 1904 1-0 1.000 1972 0-1 .000 2012 3-0 1.000 2007 7-1 .875 1976 3-0 1.000 1921 25-11 .694 1981 3-3 .500 2013 34-51 .400 1986 1-3 .250 2010 5-2 .714 1997 1-1 .500 1904 2-0 1.000 1980 1-1 .500 2001 2-0 1.000 1992 6-2 .750 1951 1-0 1.000 1995 1-1 .500 1984 2-3 .400 2004 1-0 1.000 1988 1-1 .500 1967 1-0 1.000 1982 35-7 .833 1999 8-0 1.000 2012 66-29-1 .693 2007 6-0 1.000 2003 16-4 .800 2012 2-0 1.000 2013 1-3 .250 2008 0-1 .000 1999 2-0 1.000 1927 5-1 .833 1980 3-3 .500 2003 17-0 1.000 1990 1-1 .500 1997 0-3 .000 1972 0-2 .000 2011 22-6 .786 2005 2-2 .500 1947 2-1 .667 2013 2-5 .400 1951 1-1 .500 1978 0-4 .000 2013 168-148-2 .528 2001 1-0 1.000 1995 2-0 1.000 2013 8-10 .444 2001 1-1 .500 1994 1-1 .500 1912 0-1 .000 1992 0-1 .000 1987 2-0 1.000 1982 1-0 1.000 2009 5-3 .625 2013 19-7 .731 2013 5-3 .625 1975 3-0 1.000 2005 2-0 1.000 1897 1-1 .500 2005 3-1 .750 1976 1-1 .500 2007 7-7 .500 2007 1-0 1.000 2010 5-1 .833 1977 2-1 .667 1897 0-0-1 .500

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1907 2011 1996 1907 1917 2012 2013 1907 1911 1987 1908 1904 1970 --- 2011 2004 1900 1994 1909 1994 2012 1977 1924 2005 1923 1975 1975 1951 1995 1996 1968 2009 1956 1968 1994 2008 1951 1948 --- 1995 2012 1999 1957 1928 1974 1904 1972 2012 2004 1976 1897 1970 1912 1986 1987 1997 1904 1980 1951 1986 1951 1972 1974 2004 1988 1967 1897 1992 1942 1987 1978 2008 2005 2008 1999 1917 1906 1908 1989 1968 1968 1987 1996 1930 1988 1951 1976 1897 2001 1911 1911 2001 1992 1912 1992 1987 1982 1994 1954 1985 1975 2001 1897 1987 1976 1903 2007 1965 1973 1897

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Milligan Milwaukee Minnesota Mississippi (Ole Miss) Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri-Rolla Mooney Morehead State Murphy Nashville Navy Nebraska-Omaha New Orleans Niagara North Carolina North Carolina State North Georgia Northeastern Northern Illinois Northwestern Notre Dame Oakland Oglethorpe Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oregon Oregon State Parris Island Pittsburgh Portland Presbyterian Princeton Purdue Quinnipac Radford Rice Richmond Robbins AFB Rockford Rollins St. Paul’s Santa Clara Seton Hall Siena Slippery Rock University of the South (Sewanee) South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina Aiken South Carolina Upstate South Florida South Kentucky Southeastern Louisiana Southern California (USC) Southern Mississippi Springfield College Stanford Stetson Stony Brook Tampa Taylor Tennessee-Chattanooga Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Tennessee Temple Tennessee Wesleyan Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Toledo Transylvania Tulane Tusculum UAB UCLA UC Riverside UNC Asheville UNC Wilmington Union (Ky.) College UNLV Utah Valdosta State Vanderbilt Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Military Institute Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington Washington College Washington State West Florida West Georgia West Virginia Western Carolina Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wichita State Williamsburg Institute Winthrop Wisconsin Wofford Wright State Xavier Yale Zaneville

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First Last Meeting Meeting W-L-T Pct. 1920 2006 2-1 .667 1897 2013 34-71 .324 2011 2011 1-0 1.000 2013 2013 3-0 1.000 1977 2011 11-4 .733 1972 2013 2-13 .133 1992 2013 25-30 .455 1969 2013 2-2 .500 1948 2011 36-86 .295 1972 2011 17-4 .810 2012 2012 1-0 1.000 2005 2005 0-1 .000 2000 2012 5-4 .556 2005 2007 3-2 .600 1905 1905 1-0 1.000 2010 2010 1-1 .500 1969 1996 3-0 1.000 1967 1967 1-0 1.000 1993 2003 6-1 .857 1970 2011 3-0 1.000 1968 1968 0-1 .000 1990 1990 1-0 1.000 1999 1999 2-1 .667 1995 2001 0-3 .000 2011 2011 3-0 1.000 1915 1915 2-0 1.000 1903 2004 54-31-2 .632 1975 1997 6-2 1.000 1919 1941 1-0-1 .750 1981 2009 3-0 1.000 1993 2008 3-1 .750 1906 2002 15-5 .750 1967 2003 4-5 .444 1925 1997 11-23 .324 1981 2009 3-2 .600 1998 2001 3-0 1.000 1989 1989 2-1 .667 1977 1988 2-0 1.000 1996 2010 2-0 1.000 1964 1972 3-1 .750 1907 1986 10-7 .588 1904 1997 12-5 .706 2000 2001 4-0 1.000 1974 1974 1-0 1.000 1976 1977 3-0 1.000 1952 1998 0-2 .000 1996 2001 2-1 .667 1967 2013 58-14 .806 1897 2010 24-4 .857 1968 2008 19-7 .731 1902 1947 14-2-1 .853 1916 2013 77-142 .352 2002 2006 3-1 .750 1988 2012 4-3 .571 1984 1988 1-2 .333 1954 2007 4-6 .400 1993 1993 0-1 .000 1925 2008 7-2 .778 2001 2005 2-0 1.000 1917 1920 6-2 .750 1909 2013 115-106 .520 1965 1996 4-3 .571 1980 2004 16-1 .941 1902 2006 33-45 .423 1992 1992 1-0 1.000 2006 2006 1-0 1.000 2000 2000 4-3 .571 1922 1922 0-1 .000 1927 1940 5-1 .833 2012 2012 0-1 .000 1912 1993 0-3 .000 2007 2007 1-2 .333 1917 2011 2-1 .667 2007 2007 3-0 1.000 1964 1970 3-0 1.000 1979 1979 0-1 .000 2003 2008 2-1 .667 1917 1917 1-0 1.000 1910 1910 1-0 1.000 1968 1994 2-1 .667 2010 2010 1-1 .500 1915 2013 153-131 .539 1909 1928 17-8 .680 1989 1998 3-0 1.000 1992 1992 1-0 1.000 2006 2006 1-0 1.000 --- --- --- --2000 2000 1-0 1.000 1978 1978 2-1 .667 1977 1977 1-0 1.000 1920 2007 37-10 .787 1979 2011 8-1 .889 1991 2001 7-6 .538 2013 2013 0-1 .000 2012 2012 1-2 .333 1907 2011 21-50 .296 1927 2009 10-5 .667 2011 2011 4-0 1.000 2010 2010 1-0 1.000 1906 1989 74-20-2 .781 1925 1925 1-0 1.000 2013 2013 1-0 1.000 1906 2012 13-19 .406 1909 1998 6-7-1 .464 1989 2004 6-13 .316 1949 1969 3-3 .500 1906 1911 3-5-1 .389 1949 1949 0-1 .000 1926 2013 32-22 .593

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Team Akron Alabama Alabama A&M Alcorn State Appalachian State Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Auburn Austin Peay Ball State Baylor Belmont Bethune-Cookman Bingham Binghamton Birmingham-Southern Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Brigham Young Bristol College California Cal State Fullerton Canisius Carlisle Carson-Newman Central Florida (UCF) Centre College Charleston Southern Charlotte Cincinnati The Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Columbia Columbus (Ga.) College Connecticut Cornell Cumberland (Ky.) College Cumberland (Tenn.) University Dayton Delaware Detroit Duke East Carolina East Tennessee State (ETSU) Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Emory and Henry Florida Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida Southern Florida State Fresno State Furman George Mason Georgetown (Ky.) College Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Gonzaga Hartford Hawaii-Hilo Highland Hiwassee Houston Illinois Illinois-Chicago Indiana Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW) Jacksonville Jacksonville State James Madison Johnson Bible College K.M.I Kansas Kennesaw State Kentucky Kentucky State King College Knoxville College Lambuth La Salle Lee University Lewis Liberty Lincoln Memorial Lipscomb Long Beach State Longwood Louisiana-Monroe LSU Louisville Manhattan Marshall Maryville Mascot Massachusetts Memphis Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee State (MTSU)

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1897 4-8 L 1897 10-16 L 1897 1-7 L 5/3/1900 6-3 W 5/4/1900 6-8 L 5/4/1900 7-9 L 4/16/1903 Knoxville 5-6 L 4/17/1903 Knoxville 4-5 L 4/18/1903 Knoxville 19-13 W 1904 7-2 W 1904 4-7 L 1904 9-10 L 5/1/1912 2-3 L 5/1/1912 1-11 L 5/2/1917 9-8 W 5/3/1917 0-3 L 4/4/1924 0-12 L 4/5/1924 2-3 L 3/20/1969 Tuscaloosa (7) 1-2 L 3/21/1969 Tuscaloosa (7) 1-3 L 3/22/1969 Tuscaloosa (8) 3-2 W 3/14/1975 Tuscaloosa (7) 3-5 L 3/15/1975 Tuscaloosa (7) 1-8 L 3/20/1979 Tuscaloosa 6-11 L 3/31/1981 Knoxville 6-11 L 4/1/1981 Knoxville 8-18 L 4/27/1982 Tuscaloosa 1-14 L 4/28/1982 Tuscaloosa 3-15 L 5/15/1982 Gainesville, Fla. (SEC) 7-6 W 5/14/1983 Starkville, Miss. (SEC) 6-8 L 5/1/1984 Chattanooga, Tenn. 4-8 L 4/29/1985 Huntsville, Ala. 4-7 L 3/1/1986 Knoxville 4-11 L 3/2/1986 Knoxville (7) 4-7 L 3/2/1986 Knoxville (7) 3-2 W 3/7/1987 Tuscaloosa (7) 3-6 L 3/7/1987 Tuscaloosa (7) 2-4 L 3/12/1988 Knoxville (7) 8-0 W 3/12/1988 Knoxville (7) 2-8 L 3/13/1988 Knoxville (7) 6-1 W 3/11/1989 Tuscaloosa (7) 4-5 L 3/11/1989 Tuscaloosa (7) 1-9 L 3/12/1989 Tuscaloosa 0-7 L 3/31/1990 Knoxville 4-7 L 3/31/1990 Knoxville (7) 3-0 W 4/1/1990 Knoxville 2-7 L 3/30/1991 Tuscaloosa (11) 8-11 L 3/30/1991 Tuscaloosa (7) 3-1 W 3/31/1991 Tuscaloosa 1-8 L 4/8/1994 Tuscaloosa 6-4 W 4/9/1994 Tuscaloosa 6-2 W 4/10/1994 Tuscaloosa 2-1 W 4/7/1995 Knoxville 2-8 L 4/8/1995 Knoxville 5-1 W 4/9/1995 Knoxville 3-6 L 3/22/1996 Tuscaloosa 0-2 L 3/23/1996 Tuscaloosa 6-2 W 3/24/1996 Tuscaloosa 4-5 L 5/17/1996 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) (14) 1-3 L 3/21/1997 Knoxville 2-3 L 3/22/1997 Knoxville 8-7 W 3/23/1997 Knoxville 9-2 W 4/10/1998 Tuscaloosa 2-4 L 4/11/1998 Tuscaloosa 12-16 L 4/12/1998 Tuscaloosa 6-9 L

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3/12/1999 Knoxville 3/14/1999 Knoxville (7) 3/14/1999 Knoxville (7) 4/7/2000 Tuscaloosa (11) 4/8/2000 Tuscaloosa 4/9/2000 Tuscaloosa 4/13/2001 Knoxville 4/14/2001 Knoxville 4/15/2001 Knoxville 3/1/2002 Minneapolis 3/15/2002 Tuscaloosa 3/16/2002 Tuscaloosa 3/17/2002 Tuscaloosa 5/2/2003 Knoxville 5/3/2003 Knoxville 5/4/2003 Knoxville 5/18/2006 Knoxville 5/19/2006 Knoxville 5/20/2006 Knoxville 3/16/2007 Tuscaloosa 3/17/2007 Tuscaloosa 3/18/2007 Tuscaloosa (10) 4/12/2008 Knoxville 4/12/2008 Knoxville 4/13/2008 Knoxville 4/3/2009 Tuscaloosa 4/4/2009 Tuscaloosa 4/5/2009 Tuscaloosa 5/20/2010 Knoxville 5/21/2010 Knoxville (11) 5/22/2010 Knoxville 4/14/2011 Tuscaloosa 4/16/2011 Tuscaloosa (7) 4/16/2011 Tuscaloosa (7) 3/30/2012 Knoxville 4/1/2012 Knoxville 4/1/2012 Knoxville (7) 3/15/2013 Tuscaloosa 3/16/2013 Tuscaloosa 3/17/2013 Tuscaloosa

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Appalachian St. Mountaineers 11-4

3/14/1977 Knoxville 4/3/1985 Boone 4/22/1986 Knoxville 4/18/1990 Knoxville (7) 4/18/1990 Knoxville (7) 4/11/1991 Knoxville 3/24/1992 Knoxville 3/25/1992 Knoxville 3/10/1994 Knoxville 2/26/2000 Knoxville 2/26/2000 Knoxville (7) 2/27/2000 Knoxville 4/22/2008 Knoxville 4/7/2009 Knoxville 4/12/2011 Knoxville

10-4 W 2-10 L 5-3 W 4-5 L 9-4 W 10-2 W 7-2 W 5-4 W 24-1 W 9-1 W 10-2 W 8-0 W 12-4 W 7-9 L 5-6 L

Arizona State Sun Devils 2-13

3/23/1972 Riverside, Calif. 5-11 L 3/18/1988 Tempe 4-13 L 3/19/1988 Tempe 0-9 L 3/19/1988 Tempe 3-4 L 5/29/1994 Knoxville (NCAA) 5-10 L 5/30/1994 Knoxville (NCAA) (10) 4-5 L 5/1/2001 Knoxville (10) 9-5 W 5/2/2001 Knoxville 1-15 L

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Arkansas Razorbacks

4-7 L 1-8 L 4-5 L 2-4 L 0-4 L 11-2 W 1-5 L

25-30

In Knoxville: Tennessee leads 13-12 In Fayetteville: Arkansas leads 16-11 At Neutral Sites: Arkansas leads 2-1 Last 10 Meetings: Arkansas leads 7-3

3/14/1992 Seattle, Wash. 0-1 L 3/25/1994 Fayetteville 8-4 W 3/26/1994 Fayetteville (10) 12-11 W 3/27/1994 Fayetteville 11-17 L 3/24/1995 Knoxville 7-0 W 3/25/1995 Knoxville (12) 5-4 W 3/26/1995 Knoxville 5-4 W 3/9/1996 Fayetteville 9-3 W 3/9/1996 Fayetteville 4-3 W 3/10/1996 Fayetteville 3-15 L 3/7/1997 Knoxville 5-3 W 3/8/1997 Knoxville 13-10 W 3/9/1997 Knoxville 13-12 W 4/17/1998 Knoxville 8-11 L 3/26/1999 Fayetteville 6-10 L 3/27/1999 Fayetteville 3-7 L 3/28/1999 Fayetteville (8) 12-13 L 3/10/2000 Knoxville 5-10 L 3/11/2000 Knoxville 5-14 L 3/12/2000 Knoxville 14-0 W 4/20/2001 Fayetteville 8-7 W 4/21/2001 Fayetteville 6-3 W 4/22/2001 Fayetteville 1-14 L 4/19/2002 Fayetteville 14-9 W 4/20/2002 Fayetteville (10) 6-7 L 4/21/2002 Fayetteville 2-9 L 5/9/2003 Knoxville (12) 1-0 W 5/10/2003 Knoxville 8-1 W 5/11/2003 Knoxville (11) 4-3 W 4/30/2004 Fayetteville 9-3 W 5/1/2004 Fayetteville 1-4 L 5/2/2004 Fayetteville 3-5 L 5/26/2004 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) (13) 8-6 W 5/28/2004 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 1-4 L 4/15/2005 Knoxville 1-4 L 4/16/2005 Knoxville 8-2 W 4/17/2005 Knoxville 4-3 W 3/31/2006 Fayetteville 1-6 L 4/1/2006 Fayetteville 11-6 W 4/2/2006 Fayetteville 11-13 L 3/30/2007 Knoxville 2-6 L 3/31/2007 Knoxville 3-4 L 4/1/2007 Knoxville 7-11 L 4/18/2008 Fayetteville 4-5 L 4/19/2008 Fayetteville (10) 4-5 L 4/20/2008 Fayetteville 7-6 W 4/24/2009 Knoxville 3-9 L 4/25/2009 Knoxville 5-4 W 4/26/2009 Knoxville 8-15 L 5/17/2012 Knoxville 0-8 L 5/18/2012 Knoxville 3-10 L 5/19/2012 Knoxville 2-8 L 5/10/2013 Fayetteville 8-3 W 5/11/2013 Fayetteville 1-11 L 5/12/2013 Fayetteville 2-10 L

Arkansas State Indians

3/20/1969 Tuscaloosa, Ala. (7) 3/21/1969 Tuscaloosa, Ala. (7) 3/22/1969 Tuscaloosa, Ala. (7) 5/8/2013 Knoxville

2-2

0-4 L 3-1 W 5-7 L 12-3 W

Auburn Tigers

36-86

0-1

Bingham

1-0

5/6/1905 (11)

Binghamton Bearcats 5/5/2010 Knoxville 5/6/2010 Knoxville

2-1 W

1-1

4-7 L 19-2 W

Birmingham-Southern Panthers 3-0

3/19/1969 Birmingham 3/25/1970 Birmingham 4/24/1996 Knoxville

4-1 W 10-0 W 9-2 W

Boston University Terriers 1-0

3/24/1967 Charleston, S.C.

Bowling Green Falcons

3/12/1993 Knoxville (7) 3/12/1993 Knoxville (7) 2/15/2002 Knoxville 2/16/2002 Knoxville 2/17/2002 Knoxville 2/23/2003 Knoxville 2/23/2003 Knoxville (8)

Bradley Braves

3/31/1970 Knoxville 3/31/1970 Knoxville 3/4/2011 Knoxville

3-1 W

6-1

2-1 W 8-3 W 5-0 W 10-6 W 11-15 L 8-2 W 5-2 W

3-0

10-3 W 6-2 W 7-3 W

Brigham Young Cougars 0-1

3/21/1968 Riverside, Calif.

Bristol College

4/30/1990 Knoxville

California Golden Bears

3/5/1999 Knoxville 3/6/1999 Knoxville 3/7/1999 Knoxville

2-12 L

1-0

15-2 W

2-1

3-7 L 4-3 W 9-8 W

UC-Riverside Highlanders 0-2

3/21/1968 Riverside 3/24/1972 Riverside

1-4 L 2-4 L

Cal State Fullerton Titans 0-3

6/5/1995 Omaha, Neb. (NCAA) 1-11 L 6/8/1995 Omaha, Neb. (NCAA) 0-11 L 3/2/2001 Fullerton 6-10 L

Canisius Griffins

3-0

Carlisle Indians

2-0

2/25/2011 Knoxville 2/26/2011 Knoxville 2/27/2011 Knoxville

5/18/1915 5/19/1915

4-0 W 6-2 W 9-4 W

6-2 W 3-2 W

2-3 L

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9-7 W

13-5 W 15-2 W 1-3 L 4-3 W 4-8 L

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Baylor Bears

2/12/2005 Houston

1-0

Bethune-Cookman Wildcats 3-2

2/18/2005 Knoxville 2/19/2005 Knoxville 2/19/2005 Knoxville 2/16/2007 Knoxville 2/18/2007 Knoxville

RECORDS & HONORS

Ball State Cardinals

3/7/2012 Knoxville

6-1 W 4-1 W 3-2 W 4-1 W 4-6 L 6-1 W 4-2 W 17-6 W 10-8 W 16-0 W 4-7 L 15-8 W 6-5 W 14-3 W 7-6 W 14-6 W 7-5 W 16-13 W 3-5 L 5-3 W 4-8 L

6-5 W 6-7 L 5-8 L 16-4 W 13-3 W 3-5 L 16-4 W 13-5 W 3-6 L

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5/1/1972 Knoxville (7) 5/1/1972 Knoxville (7) 3/29/1977 Knoxville (7) 3/30/1977 Knoxville (5) 4/24/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/24/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/21/1979 Knoxville 4/21/1980 Knoxville 3/21/1981 Conway, S.C. (10) 3/16/1983 Knoxville 4/8/1987 Knoxville 3/1/1988 Knoxville 4/6/1989 Knoxville (10) 4/24/1991 Knoxville 5/1/1996 Knoxville 3/11/1998 Knoxville 6/3/2005 Knoxville (NCAA) 4/8/2008 Knoxville 2/24/2009 Knoxville 3/16/2011 Clarksville 4/24/2012 Knoxville

17-4

5-4

OPPONENTS

Austin Peay Governors

Belmont Bruins

4/5/2000 Knoxville 5/12/2004 Knoxville 3/15/2005 Knoxville 5/16/2006 Knoxville 5/9/2007 Knoxville 5/7/2008 Knoxville 4/14/2009 Knoxville 4/27/2010 Knoxville 5/17/2011 Knoxville

PLAYERS

6-13 L 0-6 L 0-14 L 4-12 L 1-12 L 12-4 W 0-2 L 6-4 W 1-11 L 0-4 L 3-7 L 6-2 W 11-13 L 1-17 L 10-5 W 1-4 L 3-1 W 0-5 L 2-3 L 0-6 L 5-7 L 3-7 L 1-6 L 7-3 W 1-2 L 2-4 L 0-5 L 3-4 L 5-3 W 7-11 L 3-4 L 2-1 W 0-1 L 1-0 W 3-4 L 6-5 W 0-2 L 1-3 L 16-0 W 9-1 W 1-2 L 9-3 W 4-3 W 11-6 W 4-10 L 3-5 L 2-4 L 5-16 L 5-6 L 5-6 L 7-5 W 5-6 L 5-12 L 1-2 L 5-11 L 6-13 L 4-8 L 2-5 L 2-5 L 5-3 W 1-0 W 3-17 L 0-10 L 4-14 L 2-11 L 8-2 W 3-4 L 3-12 L 2-6 L 5-4 W 2-3 L 3-6 L 1-3 L

8-4 W 13-6 W 1-5 L 3-11 L 7-3 W 5-10 L 11-0 W 5-4 W 4-16 L 3-5 L 5-1 W 8-22 L 8-11 L 13-19 L 3-6 L 4-16 L 3-4 L 4-6 L 6-7 L 3-11 L 2-9 L 2-7 L 0-3 L 5-2 W 1-8 L 2-3 L 9-6 W 2-3 L 3-4 L 7-6 W 3-7 L 2-1 W 1-7 L 7-2 W 6-12 L 8-4 W 3-4 L 2-4 L 5-8 L 7-1 W 9-3 W 0-18 L 2-9 L 5-2 W 4-13 L 4-3 W 5-12 L 3-12 L 4-11 L

COACHES

4/2/1948 Knoxville 4/3/1948 Knoxville 4/28/1948 Auburn 4/29/1948 Auburn 3/18/1954 Auburn 3/30/1956 Auburn 3/31/1956 Auburn 3/31/1956 Auburn 3/29/1957 Knoxville 3/30/1957 Knoxville 3/30/1957 Knoxville 5/2/1960 Knoxville 5/3/1960 Knoxville 4/5/1961 Auburn 4/6/1961 Auburn 4/25/1962 Knoxville 4/26/1962 Knoxville 5/3/1963 Auburn 5/4/1963 Auburn 4/22/1964 Auburn 4/23/1964 Auburn 3/22/1965 Auburn 4/27/1966 Knoxville 4/28/1966 Knoxville 4/21/1967 Auburn (10) 4/22/1967 Auburn (7) 4/22/1967 Auburn (7) 4/26/1968 Knoxville 4/25/1969 Auburn (7) 4/25/1969 Auburn (7) 4/26/1969 Auburn 3/27/1970 Knoxville (7) 3/27/1970 Knoxville (7) 3/28/1970 Knoxville 3/26/1971 Auburn (7) 3/26/1971 Auburn (8) 3/23/1973 Auburn (7) 3/23/1973 Auburn (7) 3/24/1973 Auburn 3/25/1974 Knoxville 3/26/1974 Knoxville (7) 3/26/1974 Knoxville (8) 5/9/1975 Auburn (9) 5/9/1975 Auburn (7) 5/10/1975 Auburn 3/24/1980 Auburn 3/25/1980 Auburn 2/25/1984 Auburn (7) 2/25/1984 Auburn (8) 2/26/1984 Auburn 2/23/1985 Knoxville (7) 2/23/1985 Knoxville (8) 2/24/1985 Knoxville 4/26/1986 Auburn (10) 4/26/1986 Auburn (7) 4/27/1986 Auburn 5/2/1987 Knoxville (9) 5/2/1987 Knoxville (7) 5/3/1987 Knoxville 4/30/1988 Auburn (9) 4/30/1988 Auburn (7) 5/1/1988 Auburn 4/29/1989 Knoxville (7) 4/29/1989 Knoxville (7) 4/30/1989 Knoxville 5/12/1990 Knoxville 5/12/1990 Knoxville (7) 5/13/1990 Knoxville 5/11/1991 Auburn 5/12/1991 Auburn (10) 5/12/1991 Auburn 4/1/1994 Knoxville 4/2/1994 Knoxville

4/3/1994 Knoxville 3/31/1995 Auburn 4/1/1995 Auburn 4/2/1995 Auburn 3/15/1996 Knoxville 3/16/1996 Knoxville (10) 3/17/1996 Knoxville 3/14/1997 Auburn (10) 3/15/1997 Auburn 3/16/1997 Auburn 4/24/1998 Knoxville 4/25/1998 Knoxville 4/26/1998 Knoxville 4/9/1999 Auburn 4/10/1999 Auburn 4/11/1999 Auburn 4/14/2000 Knoxville (10) 4/15/2000 Knoxville 4/16/2000 Knoxville 3/30/2001 Auburn 3/31/2001 Auburn 4/1/2001 Auburn 3/22/2002 Knoxville 3/23/2002 Knoxville 3/24/2002 Knoxville 3/15/2003 Auburn 3/15/2003 Auburn 3/16/2003 Auburn 3/26/2004 Knoxville 3/27/2004 Knoxville (10) 3/28/2004 Knoxville 3/18/2005 Auburn 3/19/2005 Auburn 3/20/2005 Auburn 3/28/3008 Auburn 3/29/2008 Auburn (11) 3/30/2008 Auburn 3/13/2009 Knoxville 3/15/2009 Knoxville (7) 3/15/2009 Knoxville 5/14/2010 Auburn 5/15/2010 Auburn 5/16/2010 Auburn 5/19/2011 Knoxville 5/20/2011 Knoxville 5/21/2011 Knoxville 4/27/2012 Auburn 4/28/2012 Auburn 4/29/2012 Auburn

GENERAL INFO

In Knoxville: Auburn leads 35-19 In Auburn: Auburn leads 50-18 At Neutral Sites: No meetings Last 10 Meetings: Auburn leads 6-4

VOLMANAC Carson-Newman Eagles 54-31-2

4/24/1903 4/25/1903 4/7/1921 3/25/1922 4/3/1922 4/17/1926 4/24/1926 4/30/1926 4/19/1927 (10) 5/20/1927 5/8/1928 4/10/1942 4/29/1942 5/13/1953 4/21/1954 4/27/1954 4/27/1955 5/2/1955 4/25/1956 4/30/1957 4/3/1958 (11) 4/19/1958 5/4/1959 5/11/1959 4/6/1960 4/8/1960 (11) 4/15/1961 4/19/1961 3/23/1962 3/24/1962 4/13/1962 4/14/1962 3/25/1963 3/26/1963 3/28/1964 4/14/1964 4/23/1965 Jefferson City 4/24/1965 Knoxville 3/31/1966 Jefferson City 4/11/1967 Jefferson City 4/19/1967 Knoxville 4/17/1968 Knoxville 4/30/1968 Knoxville 4/23/1969 Knoxville 4/29/1969 Knoxville 4/16/1970 Knoxville 5/3/1970 Knoxville 4/21/1971 Knoxville 4/27/1971 Knoxville 4/18/1972 Knoxville 4/25/1972 Knoxville 4/23/1973 Knoxville 4/30/1973 Knoxville 4/22/1974 Knoxville 4/22/1974 Knoxville 4/14/1975 Knoxville (6) 4/21/1975 Knoxville 4/19/1976 Jefferson City 4/21/1976 Knoxville 3/9/1977 Jefferson City 4/12/1977 Oak Ridge, Tenn. 3/7/1978 Knoxville 4/10/1978 Jefferson City 3/6/1979 Jefferson City 4/10/1979 Knoxville (10) 4/15/1980 Jefferson City 4/28/1980 Knoxville 3/2/1981 Knoxville 4/7/1981 Jefferson City 3/17/1982 Jefferson City 4/13/1982 Knoxville 3/2/1983 Knoxville 4/13/1983 Jefferson City 3/27/1984 Jefferson City 4/19/1984 Knoxville 4/11/1990 Knoxville 4/1/1992 Knoxville 5/4/1994 Knoxville

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3-10 L 1-10 L 6-4 W 5-3 W 6-2 W 5-6 L 9-6 W 8-5 W 7-6 W 6-7 L 1-8 L 8-6 W 8-7 W 18-2 W 13-6 W 0-1 L 4-5 L 14-1 W 15-4 W 5-10 L 6-6 T 4-14 L 2-16 L 12-2 W 3-15 L 5-5 T 5-8 L 7-2 W 2-5 L 0-7 L 3-6 L 5-2 W 5-13 L 7-1 W 2-6 L 0-6 L 3-12 L 2-8 L 12-0 W 4-9 L 2-1 W 2-5 L 8-2 W 2-3 L 5-4 W 1-6 L 15-9 W 10-4 W 10-4 W 2-0 W 22-4 W 7-6 W 5-10 L 2-5 L 4-0 W 6-0 W 4-0 W 9-6 W 13-12 W 10-12 L 7-6 W 13-7 W 12-4 W 14-2 W 4-5 L 15-2 W 4-3 W 12-3 W 12-5 W 12-6 W 10-0 W 10-2 W 9-4 W 7-11 L 14-9 W 9-6 W 12-2 W 19-3 W

2/22/1995 Jefferson City 5/2/1995 Knoxville 4/2/1996 Jefferson City 4/23/1996 Knoxville 3/18/1997 Knoxville 2/25/1998 Jefferson City 3/25/1998 Knoxville 2/24/1999 Jefferson City 4/14/2004 Knoxville (12)

Central Florida Knights

3/27/1975 Orlando 3/25/1976 Sanford, Fla. 3/20/1984 Orlando (8) 2/25/1993 Orlando 2/26/1993 Orlando 2/12/1994 Kissimmee, Fla. (10) 2/14/1994 Kissimmee, Fla. 2/7/1997 Kissimmee, Fla. (11)

7-1 W 17-0 W 8-2 W 12-2 W 3-1 W 16-2 W 14-9 W 5-10 L 7-8 L

6-2

3-4 L 1-10 L 9-2 W 5-1 W 9-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 8-6 W

Centre College Colonels 1-0-1

4/15/1919 5/15/1941

9-9 T 14-9 W

Charleston Southern Buccaneers 3-0

3/20/1981 Charleston, S.C. 13-6 W 5/24/1996 Clemson, S.C. (NCAA) 8-4 W 4/1/2009 Knoxville 8-2 W *-Previously known as Baptist College

Charlotte 49ers

5/28/1993 Knoxville (NCAA) 3/18/1995 Knoxville 3/19/1995 Knoxville 4/2/2008 Knoxville

Chattanooga Mocs

3-1

7-4 W 5-7 L 9-7 W 12-5 W

35-7

4/5/1897 15-4 W 5/5/1897 18-2 W 1904 6-2 W 5/1/1913 6-3 W 5/9/1913 6-5 W 5/10/1913 12-3 W 4/25/1915 5-0 W 5/22/1915 no score L 4/25/1916 7-2 W 4/26/1916 13-0 W 5/9/1916 11-0 W 5/10/1916 11-1 W 3/15/1968 Chattanooga 8-5 W 4/16/1969 Chattanooga (10) 2-3 L 5/5/1970 Knoxville (7) 3-1 W 5/5/1970 Knoxville (7) 3-1 W 5/6/1970 Knoxville (7) 3-4 L 5/6/1970 Knoxville (7) 3-4 L 3/30/1971 Knoxville (7) 2-6 L 3/30/1971 Knoxville (7) 5-3 W 3/15/1972 Chattanooga (7) 6-1 W 3/15/1972 Chattanooga (7) 12-0 W 3/26/1973 Knoxville (7) 6-4 W 3/27/1973 Knoxville (7) 8-1 W 4/2/1974 Knoxville (7) 7-0 W 4/2/1974 Knoxville (7) 4-0 W 4/15/1974 Chattanooga (7) 6-3 W 4/16/1974 Chattanooga (7) 13-2 W 3/31/1975 Knoxville (7) 12-1 W 3/31/1975 Knoxville (7) 5-1 W 4/7/1975 Knoxville (7) 4-2 W 4/7/1975 Knoxville (7) 15-2 W 3/18/1976 Chattanooga 6-9 L 4/5/1976 Knoxville 3-0 W 3/16/1977 Chattanooga 6-1 W 4/6/1977 Knoxville (7) 22-11 W 3/16/1978 Chattanooga 8-2 W 4/5/1978 Knoxville (10) 2-4 L 3/18/1979 Chattanooga 7-2 W 3/11/1980 Knoxville 7-6 W 4/10/1981 Knoxville 6-4 W

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4/14/1982 Knoxville 9-4 W *-Previously known as Grant and Chattanooga

Cincinnati Bearcats

15-5

The Citadel Bulldogs

4-5

4/21/1906 16-10 W 3/27/1909 0-2 L 3/19/1921 6-7 L 5/17/1922 9-5 W 4/15/1955 5-1 W 4/15/1955 4-5 L 4/16/1958 0-7 L 4/16/1958 17-6 W 3/22/1976 Winter Park, Fla. (8) 3-4 L 3/25/1976 Winter Park, Fla. 9-5 W 3/8/1986 Knoxville (7) 7-5 W 3/8/1986 Knoxville (7) 4-0 W 3/9/1986 Knoxville 15-9 W 3/23/1999 Knoxville 5-1 W 3/24/1999 Knoxville 13-10 W 3/21/2000 Knoxville 5-2 W 3/22/2000 Knoxville 5-3 W 3/21/2001 Knoxville 15-7 W 3/19/2002 Knoxville 5-4 W 3/20/2002 Knoxville 8-5 W

3/23/1967 Charleston 3/19/1971 Charleston (12) 3/20/1971 Charleston 5/25/1995 Knoxville (NCAA) 2/14/1998 Charleston 2/20/1999 Charleston 2/20/2000 Charleston 2/18/2001 Charleston 2/14/2003 Charleston

Clemson Tigers

0-1 L 3-4 L 2-4 L 5-2 W 5-1 W 1-9 L 5-3 W 2-15 L 9-4 W

11-23

4/21/1925 Clemson (13) 8-9 L 3/20/1964 Tallahassee, Fla. 6-3 W 3/20/1967 Clemson 6-5 W 3/20/1967 Clemson 2-6 L 3/14/1975 Tuscaloosa, Ala. (7) 1-4 L 3/15/1975 Tuscaloosa, Ala. (7) 8-4 W 5/8/1980 Knoxville 13-7 W 5/9/1980 Knoxville 3-11 L 3/25/1981 Clemson 3-5 L 3/26/1981 Clemson 10-4 W 4/19/1988 Clemson 8-18 L 4/20/1988 Clemson 1-6 L 4/5/1989 Knoxville 5-7 L 4/24/1990 C1emson 7-5 W 4/25/1990 Clemson 2-14 L 5/8/1990 Knoxville 3-15 L 5/8/1991 Knoxville 11-1 W 5/9/1991 Knoxville 3-6 L 4/14/1992 Knoxville 4-3 W 4/15/1992 Knoxville 2-8 L 5/4/1993 Clemson 3-10 L 5/5/1993 Clemson 2-4 L 2/19/1994 Clemson 1-14 L 2/20/1994 Clemson 2-4 L 4/26/1994 Knoxville 2-3 L 4/27/1994 Knoxville (10) 5-1 W 3/1/1995 Clemson 4-6 L 3/2/1995 Clemson (10) 6-7 L 6/3/1995 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 3-1 W 2/27/1996 Knoxville 4-6 L 2/28/1996 Knoxville (10) 4-10 L 5/26/1996 Clemson (NCAA) 5-12 L 3/19/1997 Knoxville 7-4 W 4/15/1997 Clemson 5-13 L

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 3-2

3/22/1981 Conway 3/22/1981 Conway 2/26/2006 Myrtle Beach, S.C. 2/27/2009 Myrtle Beach, S.C.

11-6 W 10-6 W 10-6 W 5-10 L

3/17/2009 Knoxville

2-5 L

Columbia Lions

3/17/1989 Knoxville 3/18/1989 Knoxville (7) 3/18/1989 Knoxville (7)

2-1

7-3 W 0-2 L 13-8 W

Connecticut Huskies

Cornell Big Red

6-0 W 3-2 W

3-1

13-7 W 5-4 W 4-3 W 2-4 L

Cumberland (Ky.) Patriots 10-7

Dayton Flyers

4-0

Delaware Blue Hens

1-0

Detroit Titans

3-0

3/15/2000 Knoxville 2/23/2001 Knoxville 2/24/2001 Knoxville 2/25/2001 Knoxville

3/17/1974 DeLand, Fla.

4/1/1976 Knoxville 3/31/1977 Knoxville (7) 3/31/1977 Knoxville (7)

18-3 W 13-0 W 9-3 W 10-2 W

5-3 W

8-3 W 11-0 W 10-2 W

Emory & Henry Wasps

4/4/1902 4/4/1902 4/5/1902 4/3/1903 4/10/1903 4/11/1903 4/3/1906 4/9/1909 4/10/1909 4/3/1911 5/7/1911 5/8/1911 5/8/1911 4/22/1914

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1-3 L 3-1 W 9-1 W 7-9 L 13-11 W 8-1 W 2-3 L 8-7 W 4-8 L 10-2 W 12-2 W 19-0 W 0-5 L 11-4 W 1-4 L 6-4 W 11-2 W 10-7 W 3-2 W 3-2 W 7-4 W 3-6 L 5-1 W 6-2 W 8-7 W 5-1 W

14-2-1

7-2 W 3-0 W 9-8 W 4-3 W 6-5 W 7-8 L 16-3 W 11-3 W 8-7 W 23-10 W 2-3 L 4-2 W 4-3 W 5-3 W

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Eastern Michigan Eagles 19-7

4/15/1968 Knoxville (7) 4/15/1968 Knoxville (7) 4/8/1969 Knoxville (7) 4/8/1969 Knoxville (7) 4/14/1971 Knoxville 4/15/1971 Knoxville 3/9/1990 Knoxville 3/10/1990 Knoxville (7) 3/10/1990 Knoxville (7) 2/25/1994 Knoxville 2/26/1994 Knoxville 2/27/1994 Knoxville 2/22/2002 Knoxville 2/23/2002 Knoxville 2/24/2002 Knoxville 2/28/2004 Knoxville 2/28/2004 Knoxville 2/29/2004 Knoxville 2/10/2006 Knoxville 2/10/2006 Knoxville 2/9/2007 Knoxville 2/10/2007 Knoxville 2/11/2007 Knoxville 3/7/2008 Knoxville 3/9/2008 Knoxville (10) 3/9/2008 Knoxville (7)

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Cumberland (Tenn.) Bulldogs 12-5

1904 1904 4/24/1911 4/25/1911 4/26/1911 2/21/1985 Knoxville 3/12/1986 Knoxville 4/22/1987 Knoxville 3/29/1989 Knoxville 5/3/1990 Knoxville (7) 5/3/1990 Knoxville (7) 2/23/1991 Knoxville (7) 2/23/1991 Knoxville (7) 3/19/1993 Lebanon (10) 3/17/1995 Lebanon 4/26/1995 Knoxville 3/12/1997 Knoxville

4-2 W 5-1 W 3-1 W 6-0 W 5-4 W 0-1 L 13-2 W 3-2 W 0-7 L 6-10 L 6-1 W 4-3 W 6-4 W 12-0 W 6-3 W 10-6 W 4-7 L 2-6 L 10-9 W 6-5 W 11-10 W 11-1 W 14-2 W 7-5 W 8-2 W 19-5 W 7-5 W 31-6 W 23-16 W 11-8 W 7-8 L 17-12 W 11-7 W 6-4 W 19-7 W 14-5 W 6-5 W 4-0 W 17-2 W 18-3 W 16-15 W 9-5 W 10-3 W 13-3 W 7-1 W 9-5 W 9-5 W 2-8 L 17-4 W 8-3 W 14-1 W 8-1 W 7-5 W 6-1 W 15-7 W 11-3 W 8-6 W 20-2 W 6-3 W 15-12 W 8-9 L 7-8 L 13-6 W 14-8 W 9-10 L 9-11 L 3-9 L 8-9 L 3-4 L

RECORDS & HONORS

0-1 L 1-2 L 3-2 W 1-0 W 3-4 L 0-1 L 4-0 W 12-8 W 10-0 W 9-2 W 3-4 L 6-14 L 7-10 L 6-1 W 4-2 W 13-1 W 12-5 W

58-14

Eastern Kentucky Colonels 24-4

4/27/1897 14-0 W 4/26/1900 15-0 W 4/27/1900 10-7 W 4/28/1900 17-15 W 5/10/1907 2-3 L 5/11/1907 3-2 W 5/11/1907 4-0 W 4/30/1915 8-0 W 4/30/1916 8-0 W 4/21/1939 11-9 W 5/4/1940 2-6 L 3/18/1972 Knoxville (7) 9-0 W 3/30/1982 Knoxville 5-3 W 4/19/1983 Richmond (7) 12-0 W 4/2/1985 Knoxville 11-10 W 4/29/1987 Knoxville 5-1 W 5/2/1989 Knoxville 1-8 L 3/13/1991 Knoxville 5-1 W 4/3/1991 Richmond 14-9 W 4/4/1995 Knoxville 14-1 W 3/6/1996 Knoxville 25-5 W 2/21/1997 Knoxville 16-5 W 2/22/1997 Knoxville 9-1 W 2/23/1997 Knoxville 7-2 W 3/8/2000 Knoxville 13-0 W 3/13/2001 Knoxville 18-1 W 4/5/2005 Knoxville 14-6 W 3/3/2010 Knoxville (10) 7-8 L *-Previously known as Kentucky Central and Eastern Kentucky Teachers

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5/7/1907 5/9/1907 (12) 5/9/1907 (10) 4/23/1907 4/24/1907 4/24/1907 5/5/1908 5/6/1908 5/7/1908 5/6/1910 4/16/1913 4/17/1913 4/25/1924 4/26/1924 4/12/1930 2/26/1985 4/29/1986

ETSU Buccaneers

4/25/1967 Johnson City 5/7/1968 Johnson City (7) 5/7/1968 Johnson City (7) 5/6/1969 Knoxville (7) 5/6/1969 Knoxville (7) 5/2/1973 Knoxville (7) 5/2/1973 Knoxville (7) 4/29/1974 Knoxville (7) 4/29/1974 Knoxville (7) 5/1/1974 Johnson City (7) 5/1/1974 Johnson City (7) 5/5/1975 Knoxville (8) 5/5/1975 Knoxville (7) 5/5/1976 Knoxville 5/6/1976 Knoxville 5/2/1978 Johnson City 3/25/1979 Knoxville 5/3/1979 Johnson City 4/15/1981 Johnson City 4/12/1983 Knoxville (10) 5/4/1983 Johnson City (10) 3/27/1985 Knoxville 5/1/1985 Johnson City 3/11/1986 Johnson City 4/16/1986 Johnson City 3/10/1987 Knoxville 4/21/1987 Knoxville 2/24/1988 Knoxville 3/22/1988 Johnson City 3/8/1989 Knoxville 3/15/1989 Johnson City 2/21/1990 Knoxville 2/22/1991 Knoxville 3/26/1991 Knoxville 4/7/1992 Johnson City 2/23/1993 Knoxville 4/21/1993 Johnson City (7) 4/6/1994 Knoxville (6) 4/19/1994 Johnson City 3/29/1995 Knoxville 4/11/1995 Johnson City 3/27/1996 Knoxville 4/3/1996 Johnson City 4/2/1997 Johnson City 4/16/1997 Knoxville 3/4/1998 Johnson City 4/1/1998 Knoxville 4/6/1999 Johnson City 4/20/1999 Knoxville 3/28/2000 Johnson City 4/26/2000 Knoxville 2/28/2001 Knoxville 4/3/2001 Johnson City 4/3/2002 Knoxville 4/17/2002 Knoxville 4/2/2003 Knoxville 4/15/2003 Johnson City 3/23/2004 Johnson City 4/7/2004 Knoxville 3/23/2005 Johnson City 3/29/2006 Knoxville 4/5/2006 Johnson City (11) 4/4/2007 Knoxville 4/24/2007 Johnson City 4/9/2008 Johnson City 4/23/2008 Knoxville 3/31/2009 Johnson City 4/21/2009 Knoxville 4/11/2012 Johnson City

5-4 W 9-7 W 4-3 W

OPPONENTS

3/30/1964 3/31/1964 3/31/1964 3/21/1972 Riverside, Calif.

2-0

2-1

2/25/1996 Wilmington, N.C. 4-5 L 6/2/2001 Kinston, N.C. (NCAA) 13-10 W 6/3/2001 Kinston, N.C. (NCAA) 6-3 W

4/17/2012 Knoxville 2/26/2013 Knoxville 4/9/2013 Johnson City

PLAYERS

3/3/1996 Minneapolis, Minn. 5/15/2010 Knoxville

1-7 L 12-22 L

COACHES

Columbus (Ga.) College Cougars 2-0 3/17/1977 Columbus 10-6 W 4/27/1988 Knoxville 4-2 W

East Carolina Pirates

0-2

GENERAL INFO

College of Charleston Cougars 3-0 2/12/1998 Charleston 19-4 W 2/21/2000 Charleston 14-1 W 2/19/2001 Charleston 14-6 W

Duke Blue Devils

6/5/1952 Kannapolis, N.C. 1/31/1998 Orlando, Fla.

VOLMANAC 4/23/1914 (10) 4/29/1947 5/3/1947

Florida Gators

4-4 T 6-1 W 6-5 W

77-142

In Knoxville: Florida leads 60-43 In Gainesville: Florida leads 79-35 At Neutral Sites: Florida leads 4-0 Last 10 Meetings: Florida leads 8-2

4/22/1916 Gainesville 10-2 W 4/23/1916 Gainesville 5-6 L 4/23/1916 Gainesville 1-2 L 3/15/1951 Gainesville 12-6 W 3/16/1951 Gainesville 3-15 L 4/23/1951 Knoxville 5-3 W 4/24/1951 Knoxville 3-2 W 3/28/1952 Gainesville 6-7 L 3/29/1952 Gainesville 7-8 L 4/4/1952 Knoxville 1-15 L 6/6/1952 Kannapolis, N.C. (NCAA) 5-10 L 4/10/1953 Knoxville 1-4 L 4/11/1953 Knoxville 4-6 L 4/9/1954 Gainesville 3-4 L 4/10/1954 Gainesville 6-1 W 4/17/1954 Knoxville 6-9 L 4/17/1954 Knoxville 4-7 L 4/8/1955 Knoxville 5-1 W 4/9/1955 Knoxville 5-7 L 5/6/1955 Gainesville 2-0 W 5/7/1955 Gainesville 3-9 L 4/27/1956 Knoxville 1-3 L 4/28/1956 Knoxville 2-7 L 4/28/1956 Knoxville 6-7 L 4/26/1957 Gainesville 0-5 L 4/27/1957 Gainesville 1-5 L 4/27/1957 Gainesville 6-8 L 4/7/1958 Knoxville 7-12 L 4/8/1958 Knoxville 6-15 L 4/27/1959 Gainesville 0-16 L 4/28/1959 Gainesville 2-8 L 4/28/1960 Knoxville 9-28 L 4/29/1960 Knoxville 2-1 W 4/7/1961 Gainesville (10) 2-1 W 4/8/1961 Gainesville 1-7 L 4/27/1962 Knoxville 2-8 L 4/28/1962 Knoxville 3-8 L 5/1/1963 Gainesville 1-5 L 5/2/1963 Gainesville 3-12 L 4/24/1964 Knoxville 13-3 W 4/25/1964 Knoxville 8-12 L 3/19/1965 Gainesville 2-4 L 3/20/1965 Gainesville 2-10 L 4/29/1966 Knoxville 0-2 L 5/5/1967 Gainesville 6-8 L 5/6/1967 Gainesville (7) 1-10 L 5/6/1967 Gainesville (7) 0-1 L 5/10/1968 Knoxville 0-5 L 5/11/1968 Knoxville (7) 1-6 L 3/31/1969 Gainesville (7) 4-1 W 3/31/1969 Gainesville (7) 0-5 L 4/1/1969 Gainesville 6-2 W 5/8/1970 Knoxville (7) 7-3 W 5/8/1970 Knoxville (7) 0-7 L 5/9/1970 Knoxville 5-0 W 4/30/1971 Gainesville (7) 12-9 W 4/30/1971 Gainesville (7) 3-2 W 5/1/1971 Gainesville 7-5 W 4/28/1972 Knoxville (7) 2-0 W 4/28/1972 Knoxville (10) 5-6 L 4/29/1972 Knoxville 2-4 L 4/27/1973 Gainesville (7) 0-2 L 4/27/1973 Gainesville (7) 3-7 L 4/28/1973 Gainesville 4-15 L 3/20/1974 Gainesville 7-8 L 3/21/1974 Gainesville (10) 3-7 L 4/26/1974 Knoxville (7) 0-5 L 4/26/1974 Knoxville (7) 8-3 W 4/27/1974 Knoxville 13-5 W

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4/25/1975 Gainesville (7) 4/25/1975 Gainesville (7) 4/26/1975 Gainesville 4/3/1976 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1976 Knoxville (7) 4/4/1976 Knoxville 4/23/1976 Gainesville (7) 4/23/1976 Gainesville (8) 4/24/1976 Gainesville 3/19/1977 Gainesville (7) 3/19/1977 Gainesville (7) 3/20/1977 Gainesville 4/8/1977 Knoxville (10) 4/8/1977 Knoxville (7) 4/9/1977 Knoxville 3/23/1978 Gainesville (7) 3/23/1978 Gainesville (7) 3/24/1978 Gainesville 4/7/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/7/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/8/1978 Knoxville 3/30/1979 Gainesville (7) 3/30/1979 Gainesville (7) 3/31/1979 Gainesville 5/1/1979 Knoxville (7) 5/1/1979 Knoxville (7) 5/2/1979 Knoxville 4/4/1980 Knoxville (7) 4/4/1980 Knoxville (7) 4/5/1980 Knoxville 5/3/1980 Gainesville (7) 5/3/1980 Gainesville (7) 5/4/1980 Gainesville 4/4/1981 Gainesville (7) 4/4/1981 Gainesville (7) 4/5/1981 Gainesville 4/21/1981 Knoxville 4/22/1981 Knoxville (7) 4/22/1981 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1982 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1982 Knoxville (7) 4/4/1982 Knoxville 5/8/1982 Gainesville (7) 5/8/1982 Gainesville (7) 5/9/1982 Gainesville 5/16/1982 Gainesville (SEC) 5/17/1982 Gainesville (SEC) 3/26/1983 Gainesville (7) 3/26/1983 Gainesville (7) 4/30/1983 Knoxville (7) 4/30/1983 Knoxville (7) 5/1/1983 Knoxville 3/3/1984 Knoxville (7) 3/3/1984 Knoxville (7) 3/4/1984 Knoxville (10) 4/7/1984 Gainesville (7) 4/7/1984 Gainesville (7) 4/8/1984 Gainesville 5/12/1984 Gainesville (SEC) 5/14/1984 Gainesville (SEC) 5/15/1984 Gainesville (SEC) 3/31/1985 Knoxville (7) 3/31/1985 Knoxville (7) 5/4/1985 Gainesville (7) 5/4/1985 Gainesville (7) 5/5/1985 Gainesville 3/15/1986 Gainesville (10) 3/15/1986 Gainesville (7) 3/16/1986 Gainesville 3/21/1987 Knoxville (7) 3/21/1987 Knoxville (7) 3/22/1987 Knoxville 3/26/1988 Gainesville (7) 3/26/1988 Gainesville (7) 3/27/1988 Gainesville 3/25/1989 Knoxville (7) 3/25/1989 Knoxville (7) 3/26/1989 Knoxville 4/28/1990 Gainesville

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2-5 L 5-3 W 4-9 L 10-1 W 3-2 W 8-3 W 2-5 L 2-3 L 16-3 W 7-4 W 4-8 L 11-8 W 2-1 W 9-14 L 8-7 W 1-4 L 1-5 L 1-8 L 3-4 L 5-7 L 4-2 W 0-6 L 1-13 L 1-2 L 5-4 W 9-2 W 7-4 W 1-6 L 8-9 L 11-12 L 3-8 L 0-2 L 8-6 W 4-11 L 1-12 L 4-8 L 11-9 W 4-0 W 7-10 L 6-5 W 2-4 L 1-8 L 2-12 L 3-2 W 4-6 L 10-7 W 3-9 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 1-0 W 4-3 W 4-9 L 1-3 L 0-6 L 7-6 W 3-5 L 1-2 L 4-3 W 2-10 L 3-2 W 1-3 L 1-5 L 11-7 W 1-2 L 1-4 L 9-6 W 4-3 W 1-4 L 6-4 W 0-7 L 1-9 L 11-17 L 3-13 L 5-7 L 5-8 L 3-9 L 1-7 L 2-6 L 8-6 W

4/28/1990 Gainesville (7) 1-4 L 4/29/1990 Gainesville (10) 7-8 L 4/27/1991 Knoxville 3-13 L 4/27/1991 Knoxville (7) 3-2 W 4/28/1991 Knoxville 1-2 L 5/9/1992 Knoxville 5-11 L 5/9/1992 Knoxville (7) 2-4 L 5/10/1992 Knoxville 3-8 L 5/15/1993 Gainesville 11-1 W 5/15/1993 Gainesville (7) 3-10 L 5/16/1993 Gainesville 12-3 W 5/13/1994 Knoxville 12-9 W 5/14/1994 Knoxville 10-4 W 5/15/1994 Knoxville 6-1 W 5/12/1995 Gainesville 8-13 L 5/13/1995 Gainesville 6-4 W 5/14/1995 Gainesville 9-2 W 5/10/1996 Knoxville 5-4 W 5/11/1996 Knoxville 3-9 L 5/12/1996 Knoxville 4-3 W 5/9/1997 Gainesville 5-8 L 5/10/1997 Gainesville 9-2 W 5/11/1997 Gainesville 4-9 L 5/15/1997 Columbus, Ga. (SEC) (10) 6-7 L 3/27/1998 Knoxville 6-14 L 3/28/1998 Knoxville 7-4 W 3/29/1998 Knoxville (7) 5-17 L 3/19/1999 Gainesville 2-14 L 3/20/1999 Gainesville (13) 8-9 L 3/21/1999 Gainesville 2-18 L 4/21/2000 Knoxville 5-4 W 4/22/2000 Knoxville 5-8 L 4/23/2000 Knoxville 9-10 L 3/9/2001 Gainesville 7-3 W 3/10/2001 Gainesville 12-6 W 3/11/2001 Gainesville 8-2 W 5/17/2001 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 3-9 L 4/12/2002 Knoxville 1-15 L 4/13/2002 Knoxville (10) 5-8 L 4/14/2002 Knoxville 6-5 W 3/28/2003 Gainesville 3-5 L 3/29/2003 Gainesville 1-5 L 3/30/2003 Gainesville 5-7 L 5/21/2004 Knoxville 5-4 W 5/22/2004 Knoxville 9-7 W 5/23/2004 Knoxville 3-5 L 4/29/2005 Gainesville 11-5 W 4/30/2005 Gainesville 9-18 L 5/1/2005 Gainesville 7-2 W 6/17/2005 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 4-6 L 4/14/2006 Knoxville 4-2 W 4/15/2006 Knoxville 2-1 W 4/16/2006 Knoxville 4-15 L 5/17/2007 Gainesville 6-5 W 5/18/2007 Gainesville 2-20 L 5/19/2007 Gainesville 11-7 W 4/5/2008 Knoxville 5-4 W 4/5/2008 Knoxville 12-6 W 4/6/2008 Knoxville (7) 2-7 L 3/20/2009 Gainesville 2-3 L 3/21/2009 Gainesville 2-10 L 3/22/2009 Gainesville 5-7 L 4/9/2010 Knoxville 2-4 L 4/10/2010 Knoxville 12-4 W 4/11/2010 Knoxville 1-9 L 4/1/2011 Gainesville 0-3 L 4/2/2011 Gainesville 2-11 L 4/3/2011 Gainesville 1-9 L 4/13/2012 Knoxville 1-3 L 4/14/2012 Knoxville 5-4 W 4/15/2012 Knoxville 1-8 L 4/26/2013 Gainesville 2-7 L 4/27/2013 Gainesville (10) 2-3 L 4/28/2013 Gainesville 4-2 W

Florida Atlantic Owls

3/2/2002 Minneapolis 2/3/2006 Boca Raton 2/5/2006 Boca Raton

3-1

5-2 W 12-1 W 9-8 W

2/5/2006 Boca Raton (7)

4-3

5-4 W 0-7 L 0-1 L 5-6 L 10-3 W 16-8 W 4-3 W

6-2 W 3-6 L 5-19 L

Fresno State Bulldogs

0-1

Furman Paladins

7-2

5/30/1993 Knoxville (NCAA)

2-6 L 8-5 W 9-8 W 3-1 W 7-6 W 2-3 L 12-7 W 2-1 W 4-2 W

2-0

5-3 W 5-4 W

115-106

5/6/1909 5/7/1909 5/8/1909 4/21/1913 5/2/1913 5/3/1913 5/7/1922 Athens 5/7/1922 Athens 5/4/1928 Athens 5/5/1928 Athens 4/16/1948 Athens 4/17/1948 Athens 4/30/1948 Knoxville 5/1/1948 Knoxville (forfeit) 4/15/1949 Athens 4/16/1949 Athens

5-3 W 4-1 W 0-1 L 0-4 L 3-15 L 3-9 L 1-3 L 1-6 L 1-2 L 2-7 L 4-12 L 0-8 L 6-5 W 10-10 W 2-3 L 0-10 L

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MEDIA INFO

Georgia Bulldogs

In Knoxville: Tennessee leads 65-42 In Athens: Georgia leads 61-43 At Neutral Sites: Tennessee leads 3-0 Last 10 Meetings: Tied 5-5

VOLMANAC

Georgetown (Ky.) College Tigers 6-2 1917 4-3 W 1917 6-5 W 4/18/1918 5-1 W 4/16/1919 (11) 4-5 L 5/2/1919 5-4 W 5/3/1919 5-1 W 4/24/1920 6-0 W 4/28/1920 2-3 L

RECORDS & HONORS

George Mason Patriots

2/16/2001 Charleston, S.C. 2/27/2005 Wilmington, N.C.

2-6 L

REVIEW

4/23/1925 3/20/1956 Knoxville 4/22/1957 Knoxville 4/23/1957 Knoxville 3/16/1971 Greenville 4/27/2005 Knoxville 4/17/2007 Knoxville 2/25/2008 Knoxville 5/13/2008 Greenville

4-7 L 7-15 L 8-7 W 6-8 L 7-4 W 2-0 W 5-3 W 2-9 L 0-4 L 7-19 L

OPPONENTS

4-6

4/29/1978 Knoxville (7) 10-3 W 4/30/1978 Knoxville 1-13 L 3/10/1979 Athens (7) 8-9 L 3/10/1979 Athens (7) 4-2 W 3/11/1979 Athens 10-11 L 4/27/1979 Knoxville (7) 4-8 L 4/27/1979 Knoxville (7) 2-3 L 4/28/1979 Knoxville 10-11 L 3/29/1980 Athens 5-8 L 4/18/1980 Knoxville (7) 6-4 W 4/18/1980 Knoxville (7) 7-8 L 4/19/1980 Knoxville 2-5 L 3/14/1981 Knoxville (7) 0-8 L 3/14/1981 Knoxville (7) 4-3 W 3/15/1981 Knoxville (10) 16-14 W 4/25/1981 Athens (8) 1-2 L 4/25/1981 Athens 16-10 W 4/26/1981 Athens 13-7 W 3/13/1982 Athens (7) 13-9 W 3/13/1982 Athens (7) 14-6 W 3/14/1982 Athens 2-10 L 4/18/1982 Knoxville (7) 9-4 W 4/18/1982 Knoxville (7) 5-3 W 3/12/1983 Knoxville 11-4 W 3/13/1983 Knoxville (7) 6-11 L 3/13/1983 Knoxville (7) 7-4 W 4/16/1983 Athens (7) 2-0 W 4/16/1983 Athens (7) 5-4 W 4/17/1983 Athens (10) 7-8 L 3/24/1984 Knoxville (7) 6-9 L 3/24/1984 Knoxville (7) 6-3 W 3/25/1984 Knoxville 9-2 W 4/28/1984 Athens (11) 3-4 L 4/28/1984 Athens (9) 11-7 W 4/29/1984 Athens 4-7 L 3/16/1985 Knoxville (8) 4-3 W 3/16/1985 Knoxville (7) 3-7 L 3/17/1985 Knoxville 17-11 W 4/20/1985 Athens (7) 9-8 W 4/20/1985 Athens (7) 1-7 L 4/21/1985 Athens 12-4 W 4/12/1986 Athens (7) 4-8 L 4/12/1986 Athens (7) 4-2 W 4/13/1986 Athens 6-9 L 4/18/1987 Knoxville (7) 1-8 L 4/18/1987 Knoxville (7) 1-6 L 4/19/1987 Knoxville 6-9 L 4/16/1988 Athens (7) 6-5 W 4/16/1988 Athens (7) 1-2 L 4/17/1988 Athens 4-5 L 4/15/1989 Knoxville (7) 2-6 L 4/15/1989 Knoxville (7) 6-4 W 4/16/1989 Knoxville 1-10 L 4/7/1990 Athens 5-8 L 4/7/1990 Athens (7) 4-13 L 4/8/1990 Athens 2-3 L 4/6/1991 Knoxville 9-3 W 4/6/1991 Knoxville (7) 2-0 W 4/7/1991 Knoxville 4-2 W 4/18/1992 Athens 5-7 L 4/18/1992 Athens (7) 1-6 L 4/19/1992 Athens 3-12 L 4/24/1993 Knoxville 1-2 L 4/24/1993 Knoxville (7) 5-2 W 4/25/1993 Knoxville 12-4 W 5/22/1993 Columbia, S.C. (SEC) 17-8 W 4/22/1994 Athens 5-1 W 4/23/1994 Athens 5-0 W 4/24/1994 Athens 6-1 W 5/21/1994 Lexington, Ky. (SEC) 5-2 W 4/21/1995 Knoxville 11-4 W 4/22/1995 Knoxville 9-2 W 4/23/1995 Knoxville 6-4 W 5/20/1995 Knoxville (SEC) 11-0 W 4/19/1996 Athens 3-2 W 4/20/1996 Athens (6) 8-4 W 4/21/1996 Athens 8-0 W 4/18/1997 Knoxville 13-0 W 4/19/1997 Knoxville 28-10 W

PLAYERS

Florida State Seminoles

3/20/1954 Tallahassee 3/21/1964 Tallahassee 3/18/1966 Tallahassee 3/19/1966 Tallahassee 3/22/1974 Tallahassee 3/23/1974 Tallahassee 2/1/1998 Orlando, Fla. 2/2/2007 Tallahassee 2/3/2007 Tallahassee 2/4/2007 Tallahassee

5-7 L 0-8 L 6-4 W 6-2 W 5-4 W 6-1 W 2-1 W 12-3 W 10-5 W 4-5 L 13-7 W 3-5 L 7-5 W 4-9 L 4-5 L 5-10 L 8-13 L 11-10 W 11-4 W 7-6 W 0-7 L 5-11 L 0-6 L 0-1 L 4-5 L 2-15 L 2-6 L 3-17 L 2-7 L 1-20 L 6-8 L 3-1 W 6-5 W 3-7 L 8-4 W 6-5 W 5-4 W 4-3 W 3-2 W 0-1 L 3-1 W 0-1 L 2-4 L 9-3 W 7-3 W 7-13 L 2-4 L 8-0 W 16-8 W 6-0 W 2-4 L 1-2 L 4-3 W 8-5 W 3-0 W 7-2 W 11-2 W 6-7 L 8-3 W 13-4 W 6-9 L 0-2 L 7-3 W 1-0 W 4-5 L 4-5 L 4-3 W 2-0 W 6-4 W 2-1 W 9-3 W 3-5 L 0-8 L 2-13 L 4-3 W 3-1 W 2-3 L 15-16 L 3-1 W

COACHES

Florida Southern Moccasins 1-2

3/16/1984 Lakeland, Fla. 3/17/1984 Lakeland, Fla. 2/21/1988 Lakeland, Fla.

4/14/1950 Athens 4/15/1950 Athens 5/5/1950 Knoxville 5/6/1950 Knoxville 4/6/1951 Athens 4/14/1951 Knoxville 4/14/1951 Knoxville 4/2/1952 Knoxville 4/3/1952 Knoxville 4/18/1952 Athens 4/19/1952 Athens 4/3/1953 Athens 4/4/1953 Athens 4/12/1954 Knoxville 4/13/1954 Knoxville 4/18/1955 Athens 4/19/1955 Athens 5/10/1955 Knoxville (12) 5/10/1955 Knoxville 4/7/1956 Knoxville 4/7/1956 Knoxville 4/5/1957 Athens 4/6/1957 Athens 4/6/1957 Athens 4/28/1958 Athens 4/29/1958 Athens 4/6/1959 Knoxville 4/7/1959 Knoxville 5/6/1960 Athens 4/28/1961 Knoxville 4/29/1961 Knoxville 4/24/1963 Knoxville 4/25/1963 Knoxville 5/1/1964 Athens 4/30/1965 Knoxville (10) 5/1/1965 Knoxville 4/23/1966 Athens (7) 4/23/1966 Athens (7) 4/7/1967 Knoxville 4/8/1967 Knoxville (7) 4/8/1967 Knoxville (7) 4/6/1968 Athens (7) 4/6/1968 Athens (7) 4/4/1969 Knoxville (7) 4/4/1969 Knoxville (7) 4/5/1969 Knoxville 4/3/1970 Athens (7) 4/3/1970 Athens (7) 4/4/1970 Athens 4/2/1971 Knoxville (7) 4/2/1971 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1971 Knoxville 4/1/1972 Athens (7) 4/1/1972 Athens (8) 3/30/1973 Knoxville (7) 3/30/1973 Knoxville (7) 3/31/1973 Knoxville 3/29/1974 Athens 3/30/1974 Athens (7) 3/30/1974 Athens (7) 4/28/1975 Knoxville 4/29/1975 Knoxville (7) 4/29/1975 Knoxville (9) 3/19/1976 Athens (7) 3/19/1976 Athens (9) 3/20/1976 Athens 4/16/1976 Knoxville (7) 4/16/1976 Knoxville (7) 4/17/1976 Knoxville 4/2/1977 Knoxville (7) 4/2/1977 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1977 Knoxville (10) 4/30/1977 Athens (7) 4/30/1977 Athens (7) 5/1/1977 Athens 3/18/1978 Athens (7) 3/18/1978 Athens (7) 3/19/1978 Athens 4/29/1978 Knoxville (7)

GENERAL INFO

FIU Golden Panthers

5/10/1988 Knoxville 2/15/1989 Miami 2/16/1989 Miami 2/15/1991 Miami 2/16/1991 Miami 2/17/1991 Miami 3/21/2012 Knoxville (11)

5-6 L

VOLMANAC 4/20/1997 Knoxville 3-2 W 4/4/1998 Athens 3-9 L 4/4/1998 Athens 7-5 W 4/5/1998 Athens 7-8 L 4/30/1999 Knoxville (11) 5-4 W 5/1/1999 Knoxville 4-3 W 5/2/1999 Knoxville 13-6 W 3/31/2000 Athens 7-10 L 4/1/2000 Athens 5-11 L 4/27/2001 Knoxville 3-9 L 4/28/2001 Knoxville 12-16 L 4/29/2001 Knoxville 5-9 L 6/11/2001 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 19-12 W 3/29/2002 Athens 8-9 L 3/30/2002 Athens 3-5 L 3/31/2002 Athens (7) 10-9 W 4/11/2003 Knoxville 12-9 W 4/12/2003 Knoxville 16-3 W 4/13/2003 Knoxville 6-8 L 4/9/2004 Athens 4-1 W 4/10/2004 Athens 6-4 W 4/11/2004 Athens 4-2 W 5/20/2005 Knoxville 16-3 W 5/21/2005 Knoxville 18-2 W 5/22/2005 Knoxville 1-4 L 4/21/2006 Athens (11) 7-4 W 4/22/2006 Athens 0-3 L 4/23/2006 Athens 6-4 W 3/23/2007 Knoxville 4-3 W 3/24/2007 Knoxville 10-2 W 3/25/2007 Knoxville 11-5 W 3/21/2008 Athens 2-6 L 3/22/2008 Athens 2-3 L 3/23/2008 Athens (10) 4-3 W 3/27/2009 Knoxville 6-12 L 3/28/2009 Knoxville 9-11 L 3/29/2009 Knoxville 3-4 L 5/7/2010 Athens 4-1 W 5/8/2010 Athens 25-5 W 5/9/2010 Athens 14-11 W 4/22/2011 Knoxville (10) 5-4 W 4/23/2011 Knoxville 6-8 L 4/24/2011 Knoxville 3-5 L 3/16/2012 Athens 0-4 L 3/17/2012 Athens 5-10 L 3/18/2012 Athens 3-0 W 5/3/2013 Knoxville 7-8 L

Georgia Southern Eagles 4-3

3/17/1965 Knoxville 9-11 L 3/21/1966 Statesboro 6-4 W 3/22/1966 Statesboro 1-6 L 3/22/1971 Statesboro (10) 7-6 W 3/23/1971 Statesboro 7-8 L 2/10/1995 Charleston, S.C. 6-4 W 5/25/1996 Clemson, S.C. (NCAA) 6-1 W

Georgia State Panthers 16-1

3/18/1980 Atlanta 5/5/1982 Knoxville 5/12/1993 Knoxville 5/3/1995 Knoxville 5/7/1996 Knoxville 2/15/1997 Atlanta 2/16/1997 Atlanta 5/5/1998 Knoxville 2/13/1999 Atlanta 2/14/1999 Atlanta 2/14/1999 Atlanta (10) 3/3/2000 Knoxville 3/4/2000 Knoxville 3/5/2000 Knoxville 3/5/2004 Knoxville 3/6/2004 Knoxville 3/7/2004 Knoxville

17-10 W 6-4 W 9-3 W 13-5 W 12-8 W 14-3 W 12-8 W 6-5 W 34-8 W 8-13 L 4-3 W 8-6 W 9-2 W 15-3 W 3-1 W 1-0 W 3-2 W

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 33-45

4/17/1902 Knoxville 4/18/1902 Knoxville

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14-4 W 12-14 L

4/19/1902 Knoxville 13-5 W 5/15/1902 Atlanta 2-7 L 5/16/1902 Atlanta 4-0 W 5/17/1902 Atlanta 4-2 W 4/30/1903 Knoxville (7) 12-1 W 5/1/1903 Knoxville 2-4 L 5/3/1903 Knoxville 6-5 W 5/22/1903 Atlanta 8-9 L 5/23/1903 Atlanta 14-5 W 5/5/1906 Knoxville 2-3 L 4/17/1908 Knoxville 8-10 L 4/18/1908 Atlanta (7) 3-2 W 4/18/1908 Atlanta (7) 6-2 W 4/4/1915 Atlanta 5-4 W 5/20/1921 Atlanta 1-4 L 5/21/1921 Atlanta 3-4 L 4/21/1922 Knoxville (5) 4-7 L 4/22/1922 Knoxville 8-4 W 5/5/1922 Atlanta 1-4 L 5/6/1922 Atlanta 5-9 L 5/2/1928 Atlanta 0-1 L 5/3/1928 Atlanta 4-5 L 4/8/1940 Atlanta 9-5 W 4/9/1940 Atlanta 0-8 L 4/4/1941 Atlanta 4-9 L 4/5/1941 Atlanta 6-16 L 4/14/1948 Knoxville 1-9 L 4/15/1948 Knoxville 7-8 L 4/23/1948 Atlanta 8-14 L 4/24/1948 Atlanta 8-4 W 4/13/1949 Atlanta 5-9 L 4/14/1949 Atlanta 16-19 L 4/22/1949 Knoxville 6-5 W 4/23/1949 Knoxville 3-5 L 4/12/1950 Atlanta 3-6 L 4/13/1950 Atlanta 17-5 W 4/26/1950 Knoxville 4-3 W 4/27/1950 Knoxville 17-8 W 4/4/1951 Atlanta 15-11 W 4/5/1951 Atlanta 12-11 W 4/11/1951 Knoxville 2-1 W 4/11/1952 Knoxville 7-6 W 4/12/1952 Knoxville (15) 5-4 W 4/16/1952 Atlanta 12-1 W 4/17/1952 Atlanta 5-9 L 4/6/1953 Atlanta 2-5 L 4/7/1953 Atlanta 3-0 W 4/29/1953 Knoxville 2-4 L 4/20/1956 Atlanta 4-9 L 4/21/1956 Atlanta 3-1 W 4/21/1956 Atlanta 4-5 L 4/19/1957 Knoxville 0-14 L 4/20/1957 Knoxville 2-7 L 4/20/1957 Knoxville 7-12 L 3/28/1958 Atlanta (11) 4-5 L 3/29/1958 Atlanta 2-7 L 3/30/1958 Atlanta 5-11 L 4/11/1960 Atlanta 6-17 L 4/12/1960 Atlanta 1-6 L 4/26/1961 Knoxville 7-12 L 4/27/1961 Knoxville 1-8 L 4/4/1962 Atlanta 4-9 L 4/5/1962 Atlanta 4-5 L 4/26/1963 Knoxville 2-4 L 4/27/1963 Knoxville 6-7 L 4/29/1964 Atlanta 3-4 L 4/30/1964 Atlanta 4-3 W 4/3/1968 Atlanta 20-9 W 4/4/1968 Atlanta 5-4 W 5/17/1968 Knoxville 6-1 W 3/24/1971 Atlanta 3-6 L 3/22/1982 Atlanta 9-3 W 5/26/1995 Knoxville (NCAA) 6-4 W 6/10/2005 Atlanta (NCAA) 3-2 W 6/11/2005 Atlanta (NCAA) 13-3 W 2/24/2006 Myrtle Beach, S.C. 5-8 L

Gonzaga Bulldogs

3/13/1992 Seattle, Wash.

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1-0

3-1 W

Hartford Hawks

1-0

Hawaii-Hilo Vulcans

4-3

3/22/2006 Knoxville.

2/6/2000 Hilo (10) 2/6/2000 Hilo (7) 2/7/2000 Hilo 2/8/2000 Hilo 2/9/2000 Hilo 2/12/2000 Hilo 2/12/2000 Hilo (7)

8-7 W

4-3 W 0-4 L 11-3 W 14-6 W 18-3 W 2-3 L 1-3 L

Highland

0-1

Hiwassee Tigers

5-1

5/15/1922

2-5 L

4/9/1927 4/26/1928 4/17/1929 4/10/1930 4/15/1939 4/6/1940 (10)

1-4 L 5-0 W 21-0 W 28-8 W 23-5 W 2-1 W

Houston Cougars

0-1

Illinois Fighting Illini

0-3

Illinois-Chicago Flames

1-2

Indiana Hoosiers

2-1

3/2/2012 Houston (N)

4/5/1912 4/5/1912 2/27/1993 Orlando, Fla.

3/2/2007 Knoxville 3/3/2007 Knoxville 3/4/2007 Knoxville

1917 4/9/1921 3/5/2011 Knoxville

4-7 L

1-2 L 0-4 L 1-13 L

5-6 L 6-9 L 4-2 W

5-2 W 13-3 W 3-6 L

IPFW Mastodons

3-0

Jacksonville Dolphins

3-0

2/23/2007 Knoxville 2/24/2007 Knoxville 2/24/2007 Knoxville (7)

3/18/1964 Knoxville 3/19/1964 Knoxville 3/21/1970 Jacksonville, Fla.

6-1 W 11-1 W 9-1 W

6-4 W 3-0 W 7-6 W

Jacksonville St Gamecocks 0-1

3/19/1979 Jacksonville, Ala.

James Madison Dukes

2/15/2003 Charleston, S.C. 2/25/2005 Wilmington, N.C. 3/5/2008 Knoxville

11-12 L

2-1

11-6 W 17-0 W 3-10 L

Johnson Bible College Preachers 1-

4/17/1917

K.M.I.

4/10/1910

Kansas Jayhawks

3/23/1968 Riverside, Calif. 5/29/1993 Knoxville (NCAA) 2/11/1994 Kissimmee, Fla.

Kennesaw State Owls

3/6/2010 Knoxville 3/7/2010 Knoxville (11)

1-0 W

1-0

10-5 W

2-1

7-5 W 2-3 L 14-4 W

1-1

2-4 L 3-2 W

Kentucky Wildcats

153-131

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4-1 W 3-2 W 3-5 L 6-4 W 2-3 L 3-4 L 0-7 L 11-2 W 7-6 W 1-7 L 6-2 W 3-2 W 4-7 L 3-4 L 2-4 L 11-4 W 1-5 L 5-6 L 5-2 W 6-5 W 5-10 L 4-3 W 6-1 W 3-2 W 9-7 W 4-5 L 8-7 W 6-5 W 2-1 W 4-3 W 3-11 L 5-2 W 1-5 L 4-8 L 3-2 W 7-6 W 0-2 L 0-2 L 6-5 W 3-9 L 4-7 L 5-9 L 1-14 L 4-6 L 6-0 W 5-4 W 9-10 L 7-5 W 5-11 L 2-10 L 2-9 L 4-6 L 13-6 W 4-7 L 10-4 W 3-19 L 11-0 W 12-5 W 7-1 W 0-1 L 4-7 L 3-2 W 2-1 W 13-5 W 14-3 W 4-3 W 8-5 W 7-9 L 7-6 W 6-4 W 7-12 L 3-1 W 9-4 W 7-6 W 7-4 W 12-10 W 22-5 W 7-2 W 3-4 L

PLAYERS

4-7 L 2-15 L 8-3 W 0-10 L 3-11 L 10-13 L 0-3 L 1-7 L 7-10 L 3-6 L 1-6 L 0-9 L 1-11 L 4-5 L 3-9 L 5-18 L 8-5 W 8-9 L 17-4 W 6-9 L 5-19 L 8-1 W 2-1 W 15-6 W 3-6 L 7-9 L 8-5 W 12-2 W 3-2 W 6-5 W 2-6 L 1-14 L 1-6 L 7-15 L 3-11 L 4-5 L 3-8 L 2-4 L 10-8 W 10-11 L 6-7 L 4-5 L 5-9 L 8-0 W 9-2 W 2-1 W 11-2 W 4-1 W 3-10 L 14-5 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 0-2 L 10-6 W 2-4 L 6-1 W 0-4 L 10-0 W 21-2 W 6-3 W 7-1 W 3-2 W 11-12 L 12-1 W 7-0 W 9-0 W 11-7 W 1-2 L 3-7 L 5-15 L 1-0 W 5-3 W 0-2 L

3/11/1978 Knoxville (7) 3/11/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/18/1978 Lexington (9) 4/18/1978 Lexington (7) 4/19/1978 Lexington (5) 3/16/1979 Knoxville (7) 3/16/1979 Knoxville (7) 3/17/1979 Knoxville 4/7/1979 Lexington (9) 4/7/1979 Lexington (7) 4/8/1979 Lexington (7) 3/8/1980 Knoxville (7) 3/8/1980 Knoxville (7) 3/15/1980 Lexington (7) 3/15/1980 Lexington (7) 3/16/1980 Lexington 3/28/1981 Lexington (7) 3/28/1981 Lexington (7) 3/29/1981 Lexington 4/11/1981 Knoxville (8) 4/11/1981 Knoxville (7) 4/12/1981 Knoxville 3/20/1982 Knoxville (7) 3/20/1982 Knoxville (8) 4/24/1982 Lexington (7) 4/24/1982 Lexington (7) 4/25/1982 Lexington (12) 3/19/1983 Lexington (7) 3/19/1983 Lexington (7) 4/25/1983 Knoxville (8) 4/25/1983 Knoxville (7) 3/10/1984 Lexington (7) 3/10/1984 Lexington (7) 3/11/1984 Lexington 4/14/1984 Knoxville (7) 4/14/1984 Knoxville (12) 4/15/1984 Knoxville (7) 3/9/1985 Lexington (7) 3/9/1985 Lexington (7) 3/10/1985 Lexington 4/13/1985 Knoxville (7) 4/13/1985 Knoxville (7) 4/14/1985 Knoxville 3/22/1986 Knoxville (7) 3/22/1986 Knoxville (7) 3/23/1986 Knoxville 3/28/1987 Lexington (7) 3/28/1987 Lexington (7) 3/29/1987 Lexington 4/2/1988 Knoxville (7) 4/2/1988 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1988 Knoxville 4/1/1989 Lexington (7) 4/1/1989 Lexington (7) 4/2/1989 Lexington 3/24/1990 Knoxville 3/24/1990 Knoxville (7) 3/25/1990 Knoxville 3/23/1991 Lexington 3/23/1991 Lexington (7) 3/24/1991 Lexington 4/11/1992 Knoxville 4/11/1992 Knoxville (7) 4/12/1992 Knoxville 4/17/1993 Lexington 4/17/1993 Lexington (7) 4/18/1993 Lexington 5/21/1993 Columbia (SEC) 5/23/1993 Columbia (SEC) 5/23/1993 Columbia (SEC) 4/16/1994 Knoxville 4/16/1994 Knoxville 4/17/1994 Knoxville 4/14/1995 Lexington 4/15/1995 Lexington 4/16/1995 Lexington (10) 5/21/1995 Knoxville (SEC) 5/21/1995 Knoxville (SEC) 4/12/1996 Knoxville

COACHES

5/1/1915 5/2/1915 4/19/1918 4/19/1919 5/21/1919 5/22/1919 4/30/1920 5/1/1920 5/18/1922 5/7/1923 5/8/1923 5/5/1927 5/11/1929 5/11/1929 (10) 5/15/1930 4/22/1939 5/20/1939 4/26/1940 4/27/1940 5/21/1940 5/22/1940 4/26/1941 4/26/1941 5/16/1941 5/17/1941 4/24/1942 5/18/1942 5/9/1947 5/10/1947 5/23/1947 5/24/1947 5/14/1948 5/15/1948 5/21/1948 5/22/1948 5/13/1949 5/14/1949 5/20/1949 5/21/1949 5/13/1950 5/13/1950 5/19/1950 5/20/1950 5/4/1951 5/5/1951 5/11/1951 (10) 5/12/1951 5/2/1952 5/3/1952 5/9/1952 4/24/1953 5/4/1953 5/5/1953 5/4/1954 5/4/1954 5/8/1954 5/8/1954 4/12/1955 4/12/1955 4/13/1956 4/14/1956 5/4/1956 5/5/1956 4/12/1957 4/12/1957 5/3/1957 5/4/1957 4/12/1958 4/12/1958 5/3/1958 5/3/1958 4/10/1959 4/11/1959

5/1/1959 8-1 W 5/2/1959 2-9 L 4/1/1960 5-9 L 4/2/1960 3-11 L 4/21/1960 6-5 W 4/22/1960 3-7 L 4/22/1960 1-4 L 4/21/1961 0-3 L 4/21/1961 3-4 L 5/3/1961 3-1 W 5/4/1961 10-3 W 4/20/1962 8-12 L 4/21/1962 10-2 W 4/30/1962 (11) 4-5 L 5/1/1962 4-3 W 5/1/1962 6-1 W 4/5/1963 3-9 L 4/6/1963 12-7 W 4/19/1963 7-5 W 4/20/1963 3-5 L 4/20/1963 2-10 L 4/3/1964 4-10 L 4/4/1964 7-18 L 4/17/1964 2-5 L 4/18/1964 3-1 W 4/18/1964 2-1 W 4/2/1965 Knoxville 4-1 W 4/3/1965 Knoxville (7) 7-0 W 4/16/1965 Lexington 0-5 L 4/17/1965 Lexington 3-4 L 3/18/1966 Tallahassee, Fla. (11) 13-11 W 4/1/1966 Lexington 11-8 W 4/2/1966 Lexington 13-4 W 4/15/1966 Knoxville 3-2 W 4/16/1966 Knoxville 9-4 W 3/31/1967 Knoxville 1-4 L 4/1/1967 Knoxville 1-3 L 4/14/1967 Lexington 7-0 W 4/15/1967 Lexington 2-0 W 3/29/1968 Lexington 8-3 W 3/30/1968 Lexington 7-3 W 4/12/1968 Knoxville 6-0 W 4/13/1968 Knoxville 6-2 W 3/28/1969 Knoxville 8-3 W 4/11/1969 Lexington 7-0 W 4/12/1969 Lexington (12) 4-5 L 4/10/1970 Knoxville 7-0 W 4/11/1970 Knoxville 11-5 W 5/1/1970 Lexington 3-2 W 4/24/1971 Lexington (7) 5-4 W 4/24/1971 Lexington (7) 7-2 W 4/22/1972 Lexington (7) 4-2 W 4/22/1972 Lexington (7) 3-2 W 5/5/1972 Knoxville 9-2 W 5/6/1972 Knoxville 1-4 L 4/20/1973 Knoxville 6-0 W 4/21/1973 Knoxville 14-5 W 5/4/1973 Lexington 12-10 W 5/5/1973 Lexington 13-6 W 4/19/1974 Lexington (7) 4-5 L 4/20/1974 Lexington 15-5 W 5/3/1974 Knoxville 6-3 W 5/4/1974 Knoxville 2-1 W 4/19/1975 Lexington 1-2 L 4/20/1975 Lexington 5-2 W 5/4/1975 Knoxville (7) 0-8 L 5/4/1975 Knoxville (9) 4-2 W 4/12/1976 Knoxville (7) 5-4 W 4/12/1976 Knoxville (7) 2-7 L 4/13/1976 Knoxville 8-1 W 4/27/1976 Lexington (7) 2-6 L 4/27/1976 Lexington (7) 0-1 L 4/28/1976 Lexington 9-6 W 5/10/1976 Nashville 5-8 L 3/13/1977 Knoxville (7) 6-5 W 3/13/1977 Knoxville (7) 4-7 L 4/26/1977 Lexington (7) 3-4 L 4/26/1977 Lexington (7) 8-2 W 4/27/1977 Lexington 1-8 L

GENERAL INFO

In Knoxville: Tennessee leads 53-35 In Lexington: Tennessee leads 54-38 At Neutral Sites: Tennessee leads 3-2 Last 10 Meetings: Tied 5-5

VOLMANAC 4/13/1996 Knoxville 4/14/1996 Knoxville 4/11/1997 Lexington 4/12/1997 Lexington (10) 4/13/1997 Lexington 3/20/1998 Knoxville 3/21/1998 Knoxville 3/22/1998 Knoxville 4/23/1999 Lexington 4/24/1999 Lexington 4/25/1999 Lexington 3/24/2000 Knoxville (10) 3/25/2000 Knoxville (10) 3/26/2000 Knoxville 3/23/2001 Lexington 3/24/2001 Lexington 3/25/2001 Lexington 4/5/2002 Knoxville 4/6/2002 Knoxville 4/7/2002 Knoxville 4/18/2003 Lexington 4/19/2003 Lexington 4/20/2003 Lexington 4/2/2004 Knoxville 4/3/2004 Knoxville 4/4/2004 Knoxville 4/8/2005 Lexington 4/9/2005 Lexington 4/10/2005 Lexington (10) 3/24/2006 Knoxville 3/25/2006 Knoxville 3/26/2006 Knoxville 4/7/2007 Lexington 4/7/2007 Lexington 4/8/2007 Lexington 5/9/2008 Knoxville 5/10/2008 Knoxville 5/11/2008 Knoxville 5/1/2009 Lexington 5/2/2009 Lexington 5/3/2009 Lexington 4/30/2010 Knoxville 5/1/2010 Knoxville 5/2/2010 Knoxville 3/18/2011 Lexington 3/19/2011 Lexington 3/20/2011 Lexington 3/23/2012 Knoxville 3/24/2012 Knoxville 3/25/2012 Knoxville 4/12/2013 Lexington 4/13/2013 Lexington 4/14/2013 Lexington

4-5 L 12-2 W 1-14 L 7-6 W 11-4 W 13-5 W 16-5 W 10-13 L 12-15 L 8-4 W 4-11 L 5-7 L 6-7 L 12-3 W 5-3 W 10-5 W 6-0 W 12-7 W 16-10 W 1-6 L 0-1 L 1-4 L 9-8 W 3-2 W 7-1 W 15-9 W 18-2 W 4-5 L 10-9 W 7-6 W 1-6 L 1-4 L 11-5 W 12-2 W 1-3 L 3-5 L 2-5 L 5-20 L 4-6 L 8-2 W 11-17 L 8-12 L 8-6 W 3-1 W 3-5 L 12-8 W 3-7 L 4-1 W 2-6 L 0-6 L 4-5 L 10-9 W 5-0 W

Kentucky State Thorobreds 17-8

5/21/1909 5/22/1909 5/22/1909 4/22/1910 4/23/1910 4/23/1910 4/29/1910 4/30/1910 4/30/1910 4/10/1914 5/1/1914 5/2/1914 4/17/1915 4/18/1915 4/29/1916 1917 5/17/1918 5/18/1918 4/18/1919 5/13/1921 5/14/1921 5/22/1922 5/12/1924 5/13/1924

112

11-4 W 6-1 W 12-1 W 15-12 W 5-1 W 4-6 L 5-0 W 9-6 W 4-3 W 0-7 L 1-10 L 6-2 W 0-12 L 9-8 W 8-4 W 0-1 L 1-0 W 1-4 L 3-9 L 9-7 W 5-2 W 6-4 W 5-1 W 1-5 L

4/6/1928

King College Tornado

4/26/1989 Knoxville 2/28/1990 Knoxville 3/24/1998 Knoxville

5-3 W

3-0

7-3 W 16-6 W 15-5 W

Knoxville College Bulldogs 1-0

3/26/1992 Knoxville

Lambuth Univ. Eagles

2/28/2006 Knoxville

Lee University Flames

4/12/2000 Knoxville

Lewis Flyers

4/1/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/1/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/2/1978 Knoxville

Liberty Flames

4/13/1977 Knoxville

13-0 W

1-0

7-2 W

1-0

15-8 W

2-1

3-11 L 2-1 W 4-2 W

1-0

10-7 W

Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters 37-1

4/10/1920 4/27/1920 4/29/1939 5/15/1939 5/13/1940 4/19/1941 5/2/1941 5/2/1947 5/7/1947 4/1/1953 5/11/1953 4/20/1954 4/4/1958 3/31/1959 5/10/1960 4/11/1961 (11) 4/18/1961 4/10/1962 4/17/1962 4/9/1963 4/16/1963 4/20/1964 4/26/1966 Knoxville 4/21/1974 Harrogate 4/24/1974 Knoxville 4/22/1975 Knoxville 5/2/1975 Knoxville 4/7/1976 Harrogate 4/15/1976 Knoxville 4/14/1977 Harrogate 4/28/1977 Knoxville 3/30/1978 Knoxville 4/3/1978 Harrogate 4/24/1979 Harrogate 4/25/1979 Knoxville 4/10/1980 Knoxville 4/24/1980 Harrogate 3/10/1982 Knoxville 3/9/1983 Knoxville (7) 4/23/1985 Knoxville 3/1/1989 Knoxville 3/21/1990 Knoxville 2/21/1991 Knoxville 3/17/1992 Knoxville 3/10/1993 Knoxville 4/29/1998 Knoxville 4/18/2007 Knoxville

Lipscomb Bisons

3/24/1979 Nashville 4/1/1982 Knoxville 3/16/2004 Knoxville 5/17/2005 Knoxville

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11-6 W 3-0 W 17-3 W 8-5 W 6-9 L 6-7 L 10-13 L 14-0 W 13-11 W 15-5 W 1-5 L 8-3 W 4-10 L 6-4 W 7-5 W 7-8 L 12-9 W 6-9 L 11-8 W 6-9 L 9-3 W 6-1 W 10-5 W 8-2 W 8-0 W 11-1 W 10-14 L 12-6 W 9-6 W 2-3 L 8-2 W 12-0 W 16-5 W 9-4 W 10-7 W 13-5 W 13-9 W 7-2 W 18-3 W 5-2 W 15-1 W 5-4 W 8-0 W 16-0 W 11-4 W 12-0 W 5-4 W

8-1

5-3 W 6-2 W 12-4 W 7-6 W

3/6/2007 Knoxville 4-3 W 3/18/2008 Nashville 4-6 L 4/8/2009 Knoxville 17-3 W 4/13/2010 Knoxville 16-7 W 3/23/2011 Nashville 7-3 W *-Previously known as David Lipscomb

Longwood Lancers 0-1 4/2/2013 Knoxville

Long Beach State 49ers

3/2/1991 3/3/1991 3/3/1991 3/7/1992 3/7/1992 3/8/1992 2/17/1995 2/18/1995 2/19/1995 2/28/1997 3/1/1997 3/2/1997 3/3/2001

Long Beach Long Beach Long Beach Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Long Beach (10) Long Beach Long Beach Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville (7) Fullerton, Calif.

UL Monroe Warhawks

3/9/2012 Knoxville 3/10/2012 Knoxville (10) 3/11/2012 Knoxville

LSU Tigers

In Knoxville: LSU leads 17-13 In Baton Rouge: LSU leads 31-7 At Neutral Sites: LSU leads 2-1 Last 10 Meetings: LSU leads 7-3

5-7 L

7-6

3-9 L 2-9 L 4-6 L 3-13 L 8-13 L 10-5 W 1-0 W 4-3 W 0-9 L 14-10 W 10-5 W 12-8 W 9-4 W

1-2

4-0 W 6-8 L 4-7 L

21-50

4/29/1907 Baton Rouge 0-2 L 4/30/1907 Baton Rouge 11-12 L 3/17/1973 Baton Rouge (7) 0-3 L 3/17/1973 Baton Rouge (7) 7-10 L 3/18/1973 Baton Rouge 8-7 W 3/29/1986 Baton Rouge (11) 2-3 L 3/29/1986 Baton Rouge (7) 2-3 L 3/30/1986 Baton Rouge 5-12 L 3/5/1988 Baton Rouge (7) 1-2 L 3/5/1988 Baton Rouge (7) 2-4 L 3/6/1988 Baton Rouge (10) 5-6 L 3/4/1989 Knoxville (7) 0-7 L 3/4/1989 Knoxville (7) 5-1 W 3/5/1989 Knoxville 3-9 L 4/14/1990 Baton Rouge 2-13 L 4/14/1990 Baton Rouge (7) 0-2 L 4/15/1990 Baton Rouge 3-9 L 4/13/1991 Knoxville 5-3 W 4/13/1991 Knoxville (7) 6-5 W 4/14/1991 Knoxville 4-11 L 3/28/1992 Baton Rouge 1-3 L 3/28/1992 Baton Rouge (7) 9-2 W 3/29/1992 Baton Rouge 7-13 L 4/3/1993 Knoxville 8-1 W 4/3/1993 Knoxville (7) 1-4 L 4/4/1993 Knoxville 6-2 W 3/29/1996 Baton Rouge 2-9 L 3/30/1996 Baton Rouge 3-5 L 3/31/1996 Baton Rouge 1-9 L 5/16/1996 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 1-3 L 3/28/1997 Knoxville 3-12 L 3/29/1997 Knoxville 2-7 L 3/30/1997 Knoxville (11) 6-8 L 5/16/1997 Columbus, Ga. (SEC) 5-12 L 5/1/1998 Baton Rouge 3-4 L 5/2/1998 Baton Rouge 12-15 L 5/3/1998 Baton Rouge 7-8 L 4/2/1999 Knoxville 4-8 L 4/3/1999 Knoxville 8-7 W 4/4/1999 Knoxville 4-3 W 5/4/2002 Knoxville 2-1 W 5/4/2002 Knoxville 4-16 L 5/5/2002 Knoxville 2-6 L

74-20-2

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

Mascot

4/18/1925

1-0

9-6 W

Mercer Bears

6-7-1

Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes

6-13

Miami (Ohio) Redhawks

3-3

5/10/1909 5/11/1909 5/3/1912 5/4/1912 5/4/1912 5/20/1914 5/21/1914 5/9/1915 5/18/1921 5/19/1921 3/16/1957 3/20/1978 Macon 2/20/1998 Macon (10) 2/21/1998 Macon

5-3 W 1-8 L 5-11 L 9-4 W 4-6 L 12-11 W 5-2 W 1-2 L 3-5 L 1-6 L 6-8 L 1-2 L 4-11 L 8-9 L 3-4 L 6-5 W 1-10 L 1-6 L 12-7 W 7-6 W 1-24 L 5-7 L 6-3 W 5-4 W 2-5 L 1-2 L 7-6 W 3-6 L 0-3 L 17-5 W 6-3 W 8-7 W

3-1 W 1-2 L 0-1 L 3-5 L 3-3 T 4-2 W 3-6 L 1-0 W 14-8 W 11-21 L 12-0 W 8-10 L 13-14 L 14-2 W

2/17/1989 Coral Gables 1-4 L 2/18/1989 Coral Gables (11) 6-5 W 2/4/1994 Coral Gables 0-6 L 2/5/1994 Coral Gables 1-3 L 2/6/1994 Coral Gables 0-1 L 4/16/1996 Knoxville 12-1 W 4/17/1996 Knoxville 4-2 W 4/18/1996 Knoxville (8) 3-2 W 6/9/2001 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 13-21 L 6/14/2001 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 6-12 L 2/1/2002 Coral Gables 4-5 L 2/2/2002 Coral Gables 7-4 W 2/3/2002 Coral Gables 4-9 L 3/7/2003 Knoxville 2-5 L 3/8/2003 Knoxville 4-8 L 3/9/2003 Knoxville 4-10 L 2/20/2004 Coral Gables 7-8 L 2/21/2004 Coral Gables 14-11 W 2/22/2004 Coral Gables 3-14 L

3/30/1949 3/29/1950 3/28/1955

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Maryville Scots

4/6/1906 4/7/1906 5/17/1907 5/18/1907 3/30/1911 5/19/1911 5/20/1911 4/20/1912 4/27/1912 4/12/1913 5/17/1916 5/20/1916 4/30/1917 (11) 5/4/1918 (11) 5/10/1918 5/11/1918 5/19/1919 6/3/1919 4/16/1920 4/17/1920 4/15/1921 (10) 4/25/1922 (11)

13-8 W

13-19

VOLMANAC

Marshall Thundering Herd 1-0

3/14/2010 Knoxville

Memphis Tigers

5/10/1906 5/11/1906 5/12/1906 5/8/1979 Knoxville (7) 5/8/1979 Knoxville (7) 4/1/1980 Knoxville 4/2/1980 Knoxville 3/7/1981 Memphis (7) 3/7/1981 Memphis (7) 3/8/1981 Memphis 4/27/1981 Knoxville 4/28/1981 Knoxville 5/7/1983 Memphis 5/8/1983 Memphis 4/20/1984 Knoxville 4/21/1984 Knoxville 3/24/1985 Memphis (7) 3/24/1985 Memphis (7) 2/25/1986 Knoxville 2/26/1986 Knoxville 3/24/1987 Memphis 3/25/1987 Memphis 2/27/1988 Knoxville 2/28/1988 Knoxville 2/24/1990 Memphis 2/25/1990 Memphis 4/10/1991 Knoxville 3/24/1993 Memphis 3/24/1993 Memphis (7) 3/4/1995 Knoxville 4/4/2012 Knoxville 5/9/2012 Memphis

RECORDS & HONORS

4-2 W 11-5 W 3-2 W 15-1 W

6-4 W

REVIEW

4-0

Massachusetts 1-0

3/2/2013 Cary, N.C.

OPPONENTS

Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville (7) Knoxville

7-8 L 9-6 W 8-1 W 24-1 W 10-4 W 5-3 W 8-1 W 6-0 W 1-9 L 4-12 L 3-2 W 18-2 W 1-6 L 7-6 W 10-13 L

9-9 T 1-3 L 5-0 W 7-2 W 7-3 W 5-2 W 7-12 L 7-4 W 2-3 L 3-2 W 7-6 W 0-12 L 1-0 W 2-20 L 5-1 W 15-14 W 12-14 L 9-4 W 8-1 W 4-7 L 10-8 W 6-12 L 4-5 L 9-5 W 4-17 L 7-8 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 3-2 W 7-8 L 6-3 W 9-1 W 1-4 L 6-5 W 6-2 W 6-3 W 5-4 W 12-2 W 13-0 W 11-3 W 11-7 W 4-3 W 22-4 W 17-12 W 8-9 L 13-0 W 2-4 L 15-0 W 17-0 W 17-6 W 8-3 W 26-2 W 11-0 W 9-1 W 26-4 W 4-2 W 18-2 W 5-0 W 13-6 W 3-0 W 5-1 W 13-0 W 6-4 W 9-6 W 8-6 W 11-0 W 17-2 W 10-0 W 5-2 W 9-0 W 18-1 W 11-10 W 21-2 W 22-4 W

PLAYERS

Manhattan Jaspers

3/11/2011 3/12/2011 3/12/2011 3/13/2011

10-5

4/26/1922 5/8/1922 5/17/1923 3/31/1924 4/15/1924 5/17/1924 4/9/1925 4/14/1925 5/12/1925 4/10/1926 4/22/1926 5/3/1926 4/16/1927 5/18/1927 4/30/1929 4/18/1930 4/25/1930 4/29/1930 4/26/1939 5/8/1939 4/16/1940 5/14/1940 4/16/1941 5/1/1941 4/14/1942 5/5/1942 4/17/1947 5/19/1947 5/5/1948 5/17/1948 4/21/1953 (14) 5/2/1953 4/5/1954 4/19/1954 5/9/1955 5/9/1955 4/14/1959 (10) 5/12/1959 4/13/1960 4/24/1960 5/5/1961 5/6/1961 5/4/1962 5/5/1962 4/2/1963 4/3/1963 3/24/1964 3/27/1964 4/7/1965 Knoxville 5/3/1965 Knoxville 4/4/1966 Knoxville 4/11/1966 Maryville (7) 4/20/1972 Knoxville 5/9/1972 Knoxville 4/11/1973 Knoxville 5/7/1973 Maryville 4/9/1974 Knoxville 5/6/1974 Knoxville 4/8/1975 Knoxville 5/12/1975 Maryville (5) 5/4/1976 Maryville 5/12/1976 Knoxville 5/5/1977 Knoxville 4/12/1978 Knoxville 5/9/1978 Maryville 4/5/1979 Knoxville 4/17/1979 Knoxville 3/27/1980 Knoxville 4/23/1980 Maryville 3/3/1982 Knoxville 3/1/1983 Knoxville 2/27/1985 Knoxville 3/5/1986 Knoxville 4/20/1989 Knoxville

COACHES

Louisville Cardinals

5/4/1927 4/25/1989 Knoxville 3/6/1991 Knoxville 4/23/1991 Louisville 3/20/1993 Knoxville 3/21/1993 Knoxville 2/25/1995 Knoxville 2/26/1995 Knoxville 2/26/1999 Knoxville 2/27/1999 Knoxville 2/28/1999 Knoxville 3/4/2003 Knoxville 3/5/2003 Knoxville 3/19/2008 Louisville 3/11/2009 Knoxville (11)

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

GENERAL INFO

4/25/2003 Baton Rouge 4/26/2003 Baton Rouge 4/27/2003 Baton Rouge 4/23/2004 Knoxville 4/24/2004 Knoxville 4/25/2004 Knoxville 5/13/2005 Baton Rouge 5/14/2005 Baton Rouge 5/15/2005 Baton Rouge 5/26/2005 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 4/7/2006 Knoxville 4/8/2006 Knoxville 4/9/2006 Knoxville 4/27/2007 Baton Rouge 4/28/2007 Baton Rouge 4/29/2007 Baton Rouge (10) 3/14/2008 Knoxville 3/16/2008 Knoxville (7) 3/16/2008 Knoxville (7) 4/17/2009 Baton Rouge 4/18/2009 Baton Rouge 4/19/2009 Baton Rouge 3/26/2010 Knoxville 3/27/2010 Knoxville 3/27/2010 Knoxville 5/13/2011 Baton Rouge 5/14/2011 Baton Rouge 5/15/2011 Baton Rouge

VOLMANAC 3/30/1965 Knoxville (7) 3/30/1965 Knoxville (7) 4/30/1969 Knoxville

Michigan Wolverines

4/17/1906 4/19/1906 4/13/1908 4/14/1908 4/12/1909 4/13/1909 (11) 4/13/1910 4/13/1910 4/13/1911

Michigan State Spartans

3/24/1949

MTSU Blue Raiders

2-1 W 0-3 L 6-10 L

3-5-1

4-12 L 1-11 L 4-10 L 9-5 W 1-16 L 3-3 T 8-4 W 2-3 L 3-1 W

0-1

0-5 L

32-22

5/5/1926 3-28 L 5/6/1926 2-9 L 3/17/1966 Chattanooga, Tenn. 6-11 L 3/18/1967 Knoxville 9-6 W 3/25/1982 Murfreesboro (7) 6-1 W 4/10/1982 Knoxville 0-8 L 4/4/1983 Knoxville 0-3 L 4/26/1983 Murfreesboro 8-2 W 4/3/1984 Knoxville 6-2 W 3/12/1985 Knoxville 9-8 W 4/28/1985 Murfreesboro (7) 8-5 W 4/28/1985 Murfreesboro (9) 6-7 L 4/2/1986 Knoxville 6-8 L 4/30/1986 Murfreesboro 11-4 W 4/1/1987 Knoxville 2-7 L 4/28/1987 Murfreesboro 7-8 L 3/2/1988 Knoxville 3-5 L 4/14/1988 Murfreesboro 7-8 L 3/2/1989 Murfreesboro 13-2 W 4/19/1989 Knoxville 0-13 L 4/3/1990 Knoxville 9-1 W 4/17/1991 Knoxville (10) 3-4 L 4/30/1991 Murfreesboro 22-5 W 3/23/1993 Murfreesboro 7-5 W 4/1/1993 Knoxville 3-15 L 4/7/1993 Murfreesboro 8-4 W 4/13/1994 Murfreesboro 3-0 W 4/20/1994 Knoxville 4-5 L 4/5/1995 Knoxville 8-2 W 4/19/1995 Murfreesboro 9-5 W 4/10/1996 Murfreesboro (12) 13-9 W 5/8/1996 Knoxville 8-6 W 4/9/1997 Knoxville 12-6 W 4/23/1997 Chattanooga, Tenn. 13-3 W 4/9/1998 Murfreesboro 15-5 W 4/22/1998 Chattanooga, Tenn. 7-5 W 4/21/1999 Chattanooga, Tenn. 3-6 L 5/11/1999 Knoxville 15-10 W 4/4/2000 Murfreesboro 2-1 W 5/10/2000 Knoxville 7-0 W 5/9/2001 Murfreesboro 11-4 W 5/25/2001 Knoxville (NCAA) 2-1 W 3/11/2008 Knoxville 5-3 W 4/15/2008 Winchester, Tenn. 6-13 L 4/15/2009 Knoxville 16-4 W 5/12/2009 Knoxville (11) 5-4 W 3/10/2010 Murfreesboro 8-6 W 5/12/2010 Knoxville 12-7 W 5/10/2011 Knoxville 5-4 W 5/11/2011 Murfreesboro 3-12 L 2/28/2012 Knoxville (10) 4-5 L 5/15/2012 Murfreesboro 4-11 L 4/23/2013 Murfreesboro 5-11 L 4/30/2013 Knoxville 6-7 L

Milligan Buffaloes

4/21/1907 4/22/1907 4/22/1907

114

25-13

2-7 L 11-2 W 11-8 W

4/17/1911 5/5/1919 4/19/1926 4/29/1927 5/5/1939 5/2/1940 5/10/1940 4/12/1941 5/10/1941 4/18/1942 4/1/1949 4/2/1949 4/14/1953 5/12/1953 3/30/1963 5/6/1964 Knoxville 4/13/1965 Milligan 5/5/1966 Knoxville 5/7/1972 Milligan (7) 5/7/1972 Milligan (8) 4/15/1973 Milligan (7) 4/15/1973 Milligan (7) 4/17/1974 Knoxville (7) 4/17/1974 Knoxville (7) 3/13/1979 Knoxville 4/22/1979 Milligan 4/1/1983 Knoxville 4/25/1984 Knoxville (7) 4/25/1985 Knoxville 4/12/1989 Knoxville (10) 2/27/1990 Knoxville 4/22/1992 Knoxville 4/26/1993 Knoxville 5/5/1994 Knoxville 4/23/1998 Knoxville

3-7 L 2-4 L 1-13 L 6-15 L 8-5 W 0-4 L 7-8 L 9-4 W 11-4 W 1-8 L 6-1 W 20-5 W 18-1 W 22-4 W 3-19 L 6-4 W 9-0 W 14-2 W 2-7 L 6-3 W 6-9 L 2-3 L 11-6 W 1-0 W 2-5 L 18-3 W 12-4 W 9-6 W 18-1 W 4-3 W 2-1 W 4-0 W 9-0 W 24-4 W 13-6 W

Milwaukee Panthers

2-1

2/19/2011 Knoxville 2/20/2011 Knoxville 2/21/2011 Knoxville

4-0 W 7-6 W 6-9 L

Minnesota Golden Gophers 2-0

3/2/1996 Minneapolis 3/3/2002 Minneapolis

Ole Miss Rebels

8-4 W 21-2 W

34-44-1

In Knoxville: Ole Miss leads 19-16 In Oxford: Ole Miss leads 21-15-1 At Neutral Sites: Ole Miss leads 3-1 Last 10 Meetings: Ole Miss leads 8-2 4/25/1907 4/26/1907 4/27/1907 (12) 4/19/1923 Oxford 4/20/1923 Oxford 5/5/1924 Knoxville 5/6/1924 Knoxville 3/26/1969 Oxford 3/21/1979 Oxford (7) 3/21/1979 Oxford (7) 5/14/1982 Gainesville (SEC) 5/16/1982 Gainesville (SEC) 5/3/1986 Knoxville (8) 5/3/1986 Knoxville (7) 5/4/1986 Knoxville 5/9/1987 Oxford (7) 5/9/1987 Oxford (8) 5/10/1987 Oxford 5/7/1988 Knoxville (7) 5/7/1988 Knoxville (8) 5/8/1988 Knoxville 5/6/1989 Oxford (7) 5/6/1989 Oxford (7) 5/7/1989 Oxford 4/21/1990 Knoxville 4/21/1990 Knoxville (7) 4/22/1990 Knoxville 4/20/1991 Oxford

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0-3 L 8-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 1-1 T 4-11 L 0-4 L 5-8 L 0-6 L 3-1 W 4-10 L 12-11 W 4-5 L 13-4 W 1-6 L 10-7 W 9-7 W 5-8 L 2-4 L 3-4 L 5-4 W 4-11 L 2-10 L 0-5 L 4-15 L 3-6 L 7-1 W 3-7 L

4/20/1991 Oxford (7) 1-2 L 4/21/1991 Oxford 5-3 W 4/4/1992 Oxford 1-7 L 4/4/1992 Oxford (7) 8-6 W 4/5/1992 Oxford 8-2 W 4/10/1993 Knoxville 12-10 W 4/10/1993 Knoxville (7) 5-4 W 4/11/1993 Knoxville 1-4 L 4/5/1996 Knoxville 4-3 W 4/6/1996 Knoxville 10-3 W 4/7/1996 Knoxville 6-1 W 4/5/1997 Oxford 7-2 W 4/5/1997 Oxford 7-8 L 4/6/1997 Oxford 9-4 W 3/17/2000 Oxford 12-2 W 3/18/2000 Oxford 8-2 W 5/4/2001 Knoxville 5-4 W 5/5/2001 Knoxville 7-1 W 5/6/2001 Knoxville 5-4 W 5/16/2001 Hoover, Ala. (7) (SEC) 6-17 L 4/26/2002 Oxford 8-5 W 4/27/2002 Oxford 14-6 W 4/28/2002 Oxford 2-9 L 4/4/2003 Knoxville 7-2 W 4/5/2003 Knoxville 3-6 L 4/6/2003 Knoxville 8-9 L 4/16/2004 Oxford (11) 2-4 L 4/17/2004 Oxford 3-4 L 4/18/2004 Oxford 4-7 L 3/25/2005 Knoxville 5-3 W 3/26/2005 Knoxville 5-6 L 3/27/2005 Knoxville 5-13 L 4/28/2006 Oxford 5-13 L 4/29/2006 Oxford 13-21 L 4/30/2006 Oxford 3-5 L 5/4/2007 Knoxville 3-2 W 5/5/2007 Knoxville 7-6 W 5/6/2007 Knoxville 6-7 L 5/24/2007 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 3-6 L 4/2/2010 Oxford 3-7 L 4/3/2010 Oxford 5-2 W 4/4/2010 Oxford 10-6 W 3/25/2011 Knoxville 1-6 L 3/26/2011 Knoxville 6-4 W 3/27/2011 Knoxville 1-6 L 5/11/2012 Oxford 2-4 L 5/12/2012 Oxford (11) 4-7 L 5/13/2012 Oxford 2-4 L 4/19/2013 Knoxville 0-5 L 4/20/2013 Knoxville 4-6 L 4/21/2013 Knoxville 3-4 L

Mississippi State Bulldogs 25-53

In Knoxville: Miss. State leads 17-12 In Starkville: Miss. State leads 31-11 At Neutral Sites: Miss. State leads 4-2 Last 10 Meetings: Miss. State leads 9-1

5/4/1917 Starkville 2-8 L 5/4/1917 Starkville 4-7 L 4/17/1922 Knoxville 0-3 L 4/16/1923 Starkville 3-0 W 4/17/1923 Starkville 4-8 L 4/7/1924 Starkville 0-8 L 4/8/1924 Starkville 4-6 L 5/11/1966 Columbus, Miss. (SEC) 4-7 L 5/14/1966 Columbus, Miss. (SEC) 3-9 L 3/20/1968 Riverside, Calif. 1-4 L 3/24/1969 Starkville 10-7 W 3/25/1969 Starkville 8-2 W 5/13/1970 Knoxville (SEC) 8-4 W 5/15/1970 Starkville (10) (SEC) 3-4 L 5/16/1970 Starkville (SEC) 0-1 L 5/13/1983 Starkville (SEC) 20-11 W 5/16/1983 Starkville (SEC) 4-9 L 5/11/1984 Gainesville, Fla. (SEC) 13-11 W 5/13/1984 Gainesville, Fla. (SEC) 8-3 W 4/5/1986 Knoxville (7) 5-8 L 4/5/1986 Knoxville (7) 9-4 W

1-2

11-1 W 3-6 L 1-2 L

Navy Midshipmen

0-2

UNLV Rebels

2-4

1904 1904 1904 5/21/1907 5/21/1907

3/20/1970 Jacksonville, Fla. 3/21/1970 Jacksonville, Fla.

3/16/1988 3/17/1988 2/15/2013 2/16/2013 2/16/2013 2/17/2013

Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas (14)

New Orleans Privateers

3/8/2011 Knoxville (7) 3/9/2011 Knoxville

Niagara Purple Eagles

3/10/2004 Knoxville 3/10/2004 Knoxville

11-4 W 0-4 L 7-3 W 11-2 W 9-3 W

5-6 L 8-9 L

13-5 W 4-5 L 9-10 L 4-5 L 8-3 W 2-3 L

2-0

14-0 W 18-4 W

2-0

7-2 W 17-1 W

UNC Wilmington Seahawks 2-2

2/24/1996 Wilmington 12-1 W 6/52004 Kinston, N.C. (NCAA) 5-8 L 6/6/2004 Kinston, N.C. (NCAA) 3-4 L 2/26/2005 Wilmington 1-0 W

North Georgia Saints

10-2

Northeastern Huskies

1-0

4/15/1909 3-2 W 4/16/1909 15-5 W 4/17/1909 6-4 W 4/16/1910 4-5 L 4/16/1910 4-3 W 4/22/1912 11-4 W 4/23/1912 14-8 W 3/22/1961 15-0 W 3/23/1961 3-0 W 4/4/1961 4-3 W 3/22/1962 11-3 W 3/22/1962 2-3 L *-Previously known as Dahlonega

5/27/1994 Knoxville (NCAA)

Northwestern Wildcats

3/22/1977 Winter Park, Fla. 3/25/1977 Winter Park, Fla.

North Carolina St Wolfpack 4-0

3/9/2005 Knoxville 3/3/2006 Knoxville 3/4/2006 Knoxville

2/13/1994 Kissimmee, Fla. (7) 6-3 W 5/29/1994 Knoxville (NCAA) 15-4 W

7-1 W 10-5 W 7-2 W

0-2

5-13 L 5-7 L

Notre Dame Fighting Irish 4-2

4/14/1924 Knoxville 4/22/1927 Knoxville 4/9/1966 Knoxville (7) 4/9/1966 Knoxville (7) 3/17/1994 Seattle, Wash. 3/1/2013 Cary, N.C.

4-6 L 0-10 L 4-5 L 4-6 L 3-2 W 12-11 W

9-6 W

Northern Illinois Huskies 3-0

2/17/2012 Knoxville 2/18/2012 Knoxville 2/19/2012 Knoxville

North Carolina Tar Heels 2-4

1900 1900 3/22/1983 Chapel Hill (8) 3/21/1989 Chapel Hill 3/13/1990 Knoxville 3/14/1990 Knoxville (10)

5-4 W 13-4 W 6-5 W 5-8 L 4-7 L 12-3 W 7-6 W 13-3 W 17-0 W 12-3 W 2-1 W 9-0 W 11-10 W 10-5 W 12-13 L 2-4 L 6-4 W 11-5 W 16-7 W 3-1 W 14-8 W 18-4 W 10-13 L 2-5 L 9-2 W 13-3 W 12-3 W 14-6 W

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7-2 W 1-13 L 4-2 W 4-0 W 8-5 W 2-3 L

4-0

15-0 W 11-1 W 11-1 W

115

MEDIA INFO

4-2 W 7-2 W 8-1 W

4-1

UNC Asheville Bulldogs 22-6

3/17/1987 Knoxville 3/30/1988 Knoxville 3/9/1989 Knoxville 4/27/1989 Knoxville 5/2/1990 Knoxville 3/20/1991 Asheville 3/21/1991 Asheville 3/27/1991 Knoxville 4/8/1992 Knoxville 3/30/1993 Knoxville 4/28/1993 Knoxville (11) 3/22/1994 Knoxville 4/18/1995 Knoxville 2/25/1997 Knoxville 3/17/1998 Knoxville 4/19/2000 Knoxville 3/8/2002 Knoxville 3/9/2002 Knoxville 3/10/2002 Knoxville 4/16/2003 Knoxville 4/29/2003 Asheville 4/28/2004 Knoxville 3/30/2005 Knoxville 4/12/2006 Knoxville 4/26/2006 Knoxville 3/25/2009 Knoxville 5/18/2010 Knoxville 3/30/2011 Knoxville

VOLMANAC

3-0

Nashville

12-7 W 23-8 W

RECORDS & HONORS

Mooney

3/24/1911 4/28/1911 4/29/1911

4-0 W 7-6 W 6-14 L

3-0

11-10 W 10-2 W 14-3 W

3/1/1996 Minneapolis, Minn. 1/30/1998 Orlando, Fla.

REVIEW

Missouri-Rolla Miners

4/18/1907 4/19/1907 4/20/1907

2-1

4-2 W 5-1 W 6-2 W 9-8 W 4-1 W 14-2 W 14-2 W 10-8 W 8-2 W 10-0 W 3-2 W 10-4 W 11-2 W 1-2 L 18-2 W 13-0 W 8-2 W 16-3 W 11-0 W 14-0 W 29-1 W 11-0 W 13-5 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 9-0 W 10-9 W 9-4 W 1-4 L 8-4 W 13-2 W 10-8 W 6-4 W

OPPONENTS

3/22/2013 Knoxville 3/23/2013 Knoxville 3/23/2013 Knoxville

5-2 W 8-4 W

Murphy

4/3/1908 4/4/1908 4/15/1916

31-2

PLAYERS

Missouri

2-0

Morehead State Eagles

3/14/1987 Knoxville (7) 3/14/1987 Knoxville (7) 2/25/1989 Knoxville 2/26/1989 Knoxville (13) 2/22/1992 Knoxville 2/23/1992 Knoxville 3/4/1997 Knoxville 2/27/1998 Knoxville 2/28/1998 Knoxville 3/1/1998 Knoxville 3/2/1999 Knoxville 3/1/2000 Knoxville 3/6/2001 Knoxville 3/5/2002 Knoxville (10) 3/6/2002 Knoxville 2/7/2003 Knoxville 2/8/2003 Knoxville 2/9/2003 Knoxville 2/13/2004 Knoxville 2/14/2004 Knoxville 2/14/2004 Knoxville 3/4/2005 Knoxville 3/5/2005 Knoxville 3/6/2005 Knoxville 2/17/2006 Knoxville 2/17/2006 Knoxville 3/14/2007 Knoxville 2/22/2008 Knoxville 2/23/2008 Knoxville 2/24/2008 Knoxville 3/17/2010 Knoxville 3/6/2011 Knoxville 5/14/2013 Knoxville

COACHES

MVSU Delta Devils

3/27/2012 Knoxville 3/28/2012 Knoxville

1-6 L 4-5 L 3-4 L 5-9 L 5-8 L 9-6 W 2-10 L 8-14 L 0-5 L 1-5 L 3-13 L 0-9 L 6-2 W 5-4 W 2-6 L 0-9 L 3-2 W 7-2 W 2-3 L 2-6 L 4-6 L 7-15 L 22-4 W 4-2 W 6-4 W 2-9 L 10-13 L 3-7 L 2-4 L 3-4 L 9-8 W 5-13 L 2-7 L 9-4 W 8-3 W 1-2 L 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-3 L 2-8 L 3-4 L 3-4 L 3-4 L 12-9 W 3-7 L 6-1 W 4-2 W 9-10 L 15-13 W 7-11 L 6-14 L 5-16 L 3-5 L 2-5 L 1-2 L 1-7 L 2-3 L

GENERAL INFO

4/6/1986 Knoxville 4/11/1987 Starkville (7) 4/11/1987 Starkville (7) 4/12/1987 Starkville 4/9/1988 Knoxville (7) 4/9/1988 Knoxville (10) 4/10/1988 Knoxville 4/8/1989 Starkville (7) 4/8/1989 Starkville (7) 4/9/1989 Starkville 5/5/1990 Knoxville 5/5/1990 Knoxville (9) 5/6/1990 Knoxville 5/4/1991 Starkville 5/4/1991 Starkville (7) 3/21/1992 Knoxville 3/21/1992 Knoxville (7) 3/22/1992 Knoxville 3/27/1993 Starkville 3/27/1993 Starkville (7) 3/28/1993 Starkville 3/6/1998 Starkville 3/8/1998 Starkville (7) 3/8/1998 Starkville (7) 4/16/1999 Knoxville 4/17/1999 Knoxville 4/18/1999 Knoxville 4/28/2000 Starkville 4/29/2000 Starkville 4/30/2000 Starkville (11) 4/6/2001 Knoxville 4/7/2001 Knoxville 4/8/2001 Knoxville 3/19/2004 Starkville 3/20/2004 Starkville 3/21/2004 Starkville (10) 4/3/2005 Knoxville (7) 4/3/2005 Knoxville (7) 5/28/2005 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 3/17/2006 Starkville 3/18/2006 Starkville 4/13/2007 Knoxville 4/25/2008 Starkville (12) 4/26/2008 Starkville 4/27/2008 Starkville (8) 4/10/2009 Knoxville 4/11/2009 Knoxville 4/12/2009 Knoxville 4/16/2010 Starkville 4/17/2010 Starkville 4/18/2010 Starkville 5/6/2011 Knoxville 5/7/2011 Knoxville 5/8/2011 Knoxville 4/19/2012 Starkville (11) 4/20/2012 Starkville 4/21/2012 Starkville (14)

VOLMANAC 3/5/2006 Knoxville

6-4 W

Oglethorpe Stormy Petrels 2-4

4/10/1923 4/11/1923 4/30/1928 5/1/1928 4/8/1929 (10) 4/9/1929

Ohio Bobcats

13-3

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

0-2

Oklahoma State Cowboys 4-1

5/27/1995 Knoxville (NCAA) 14-10 W 5/28/1995 Knoxville (NCAA) (11) 3-1 W 2/7/1997 Kissimmee, Fla. 14-7 W 5/23/1997 Stillwater (NCAA) 1-6 L 2/13/2005 Houston 6-5 W

2/23/1996 2/13/1998 2/21/1999 2/9/2001 2/16/2003

Wilmington, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C.

2-1

6/14/1951 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 3-2 W 3/25/1975 Winter Park, Fla. (7) 1-15 L 3/28/1975 Winter Park, Fla. 5-3 W

6/17/1951 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 2-3 L 3/2/2008 Houston 0-2 L

Old Dominion Monarchs

Presbyterian Blue Hose

10-1 W

3/12/2008 Knoxville (10) 3/31/2010 Knoxville 4/5/2011 Knoxville

Ohio State Buckeyes 6-5

Oklahoma Sooners

1-0

8-10 L 21-14 W 5-11 L 8-21 L 9-7 W 7-13 L

3/17/1975 Knoxville (9) 2-1 W 3/17/1975 Knoxville (7) 4-5 L 3/19/1989 Knoxville 4-11 L 3/18/1991 Knoxville 7-2 W 3/19/1991 Knoxville 19-6 W 3/6/1993 Knoxville (10) 7-6 W 3/6/1993 Knoxville 12-0 W 3/7/1993 Knoxville 9-11 L 3/4/1994 Knoxville 10-2 W 3/5/1994 Knoxville (11) 6-5 W 3/6/1994 Knoxville 15-0 W 5/22/1997 Stillwater, Okla. (NCAA) 5-2 W 3/6/2009 Knoxville 12-2 W 3/7/2009 Knoxville 8-6 W 3/7/2009 Knoxville 13-6 W 3/8/2009 Knoxville 10-2 W

3/24/1975 Winter Park, Fla. 3/27/1975 Winter Park, Fla. 3/24/1981 Clemson, S.C. 3/3/1990 Knoxville (7) 3/3/1990 Knoxville (7) 3/4/1990 Knoxville (7) 3/4/1990 Knoxville (7) 3/10/1995 Knoxville 3/11/1995 Knoxville 3/12/1995 Knoxville 3/14/2010 Knoxville

Portland Pilots

3/18/1994 Seattle, Wash.

5-0

8-7 W 25-6 W 6-10 L

Princeton Tigers

2-1

Purdue Boilermakers

0-2

Radford Highlanders

6-0

4/6/1948 3/19/2003 Knoxville (10)

3/14/1995 Knoxville 3/15/1995 Knoxville 3/11/2005 Knoxville 3/12/2005 Knoxville 3/13/2005 Knoxville 3/3/2009 Knoxville

6-13 L 5-6 L

9-3 W 5-4 W 25-5 W 10-4 W 12-0 W 11-4 W

Richmond Spiders

3-0

Rice Owls

0-1

Robbins AFB

1-0

Rockford

1-0

2/19/1999 Charleston, S.C. 2/18/2000 Charleston, S.C. 2/11/2001 Charleston, S.C.

3/4/2012 Houston (N)

3/17/1957 Robbins AFB, Ga

4/19/1928

Rollins Tars

3/18/1974 3/19/1974 3/26/1975 3/29/1975 3/23/1976 3/26/1976 3/21/1977 3/24/1977 3/19/1984

8-4 W 11-8 W 11-3 W

1-11 L

4-1 W

8-5 W

6-2-1

Winter Park, Fla. 8-12 L Winter Park, Fla. 5-2 W Winter Park, Fla. 2-1 W Winter Park, Fla. 11-1 W Winter Park, Fla. 4-3 W Winter Park, Fla. 11-5 W Winter Park, Fla. (8) 3-13 L Winter Park, Fla. (10) 12-12 T Winter Park, Fla. 6-2 W

St. Paul’s Tigers

1-0

Santa Clara Broncos

0-1

1904

9-8 W

11-8 W 7-6 W 15-9 W 10-4 W 5-4 W

3/24/1972 Riverside, Calif.

6-10 L

Seton Hall Pirates

1-0

2/24/2012 Knoxville 2/25/2012 Knoxville (11) 2/26/2012 Knoxville

3-0

Oregon Ducks

Oregon State Beavers

2-3

Siena Saints

7-1

3/19/1968 Riverside, Calif.

3-2 W

2/20/2009 Knoxville 2/21/2009 Knoxville 2/26/2010 Corvallis 2/27/2010 Corvallis 2/28/2010 Corvallis

5-4 W 4-14 L 1-17 L 9-2 W 0-1 L

Parris Island Marines

0-2

Pittsburgh Panthers

0-1

3/17/1956 Knoxville 3/18/1956 Knoxville

3/22/1968 Riverside, Calif.

116

2-10 L 2-10 L

0-4 L

3/12/2004 Knoxville 3/13/2004 Knoxville 3/14/2004 Knoxville 3/14/2006 Knoxville 3/15/2006 Knoxville 3/9/2007 Knoxville 3/10/2007 Knoxville 3/11/2007 Knoxville

Slippery Rock The Rock

3/16/1976 Knoxville (7) 3/16/1976 Knoxville (7) 3/17/1976 Knoxville (7)

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9-2 W 3-2 W 10-2 W

6-2 W 12-5 W 12-2 W 10-9 W 8-9 L 8-5 W 5-0 W 10-9 W

3-0

8-0 W 16-2 W 9-2 W

Univ. of the South Bulldogs 25-11

1897 1897 1897 5/21/1897 5/22/1897 5/7/1903 5/8/1903 5/9/1903 5/19/1905 5/20/1905 5/21/1905 5/24/1907 5/25/1907 5/25/1907 5/22/1908 5/23/1908 5323/1908 4/23/1909 4/24/1909 4/24/1909 5/10/1910 5/11/1910 5/11/1910 5/17/1912 5/18/1912 5/18/1912 4/25/1913 5/6/1914 5/7/1914 5/13/1915 (10) 5/14/1915 5/3/1916 5/4/1916 5/21/1920 5/6/1921 5/7/1921 *-Previously known as Sewanee

South Alabama Jaguars

3/23/1970 Mobile 3/24/1970 Mobile 3/20/1973 Mobile 3/21/1973 Mobile 4/29/1981 Knoxville 4/30/1981 Knoxville

3-8 L 7-10 L 15-26 L 10-1 W 4-3 W 10-1 W 6-7 L 11-4 W 3-5 L 5-2 W 10-5 W 2-7 L 2-1 W 6-4 W 11-4 W 8-2 W 5-4 W 12-0 W 7-4 W 0-9 L 0-3 L 6-7 L 4-1 W 0-4 L 3-2 W 4-2 W 4-3 W 18-1 W 2-1 W 4-3 W 1-2 L 3-0 W 8-0 W 5-2 W 1-0 W 9-0 W

3-3

6-0 W 8-6 W 4-12 L 3-1 W 2-8 L 6-8 L

South Carolina Gamecocks 34-51

In Knoxville: S. Carolina leads 19-18 In Columbia: S. Carolina leads 29-14 At Neutral Sites: S. Carolina leads 3-2 Last 10 Meetings: S. Carolina leads 9-1

5/6/1912 Columbia 1-3 L 5/7/1912 Columbia 3-5 L 5/8/1912 Columbia 6-4 W 4/20/1916 Columbia (5) 1-4 L 4/21/1916 Columbia 9-5 W 3/17/1971 Columbia (10) 6-7 L 3/18/1971 Columbia 5-2 W 3/25/1972 Riverside, Calif. 3-4 L 4/22/1977 Columbia 2-7 L 4/22/1978 Knoxville 4-14 L 4/23/1978 Knoxville 6-11 L 2/29/1980 Columbia 0-15 L 4/8/1981 Knoxville 4-7 L 3/23/1983 Columbia 8-17 L 4/25/1992 Columbia 18-12 W 4/25/1992 Columbia (7) 5-6 L 4/26/1992 Columbia 3-14 L 5/1/1993 Knoxville 9-3 W 5/1/1993 Knoxville (7) 3-4 L 5/2/1993 Knoxville 5-3 W 4/29/1994 Columbia 15-0 W 4/30/1994 Columbia 9-1 W 5/1/1994 Columbia 10-3 W 5/20/1994 Lexington, Ky. (SEC) 8-1 W 4/28/1995 Knoxville (10) 6-12 L 4/29/1995 Knoxville 15-7 W

12-1 W 15-4 W

1-1

10-11 L 12-6 W

Southern California Trojans 2-0

6/16/1951 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 9-8 W 6/12/2001 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 10-2 W

Southern Miss Golden Eagles 6-2

3/25/1986 Hattiesburg 3/26/1986 Hattiesburg 3/8/1991 Knoxville 3/9/1991 Knoxville 3/10/1991 Knoxville 2/28/1992 Hattiesburg 2/29/1992 Hattiesburg (12) 3/1/1992 Hattiesburg

8-9 L 3-9 L 11-4 W 7-2 W 8-7 W 7-1 W 8-2 W 8-6 W

Springfield College Pride 1-0

6/15/1951 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 2-0 W

1-1

Stetson Hatters

2-3

Stony Brook Seawolves

1-0

3/15/1974 DeLand 3/16/1974 DeLand 3/25/1975 DeLand 3/22/1977 DeLand 3/15/1984 DeLand

1-7 L 2-3 L 9-3 W 5-7 L 8-5 W

6/6/2004 Kinston, N.C. (NCAA) 1-0 W

Tampa Spartans

Taylor Trojans

3/22/1967 Charleston, S.C.

1-1

9-13 L 4-0 W

1-0

5-0 W

Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks 8-0

8-4 W 6-4 W 6-0 W 9-7 W 19-0 W 11-5 W 6-3 W 8-7 W

Tenn. Tech Golden Eagles 66-29-1

4/17/1942 5/15/1947 5/17/1947 3/27/1954 4/26/1954 4/17/1959 4/9/1960 4/15/1963 4/15/1964 4/22/1965 Knoxville 3/28/1966 Knoxville 4/6/1966 Cookeville (7) 4/6/1966 Cookeville (7) 4/5/1967 Cookeville (7) 4/5/1967 Cookeville (7) 5/3/1967 Knoxville (12)

3-2 W 1-11 L 8-0 W 8-5 W 5-6 L 10-5 W 8-13 L 5-6 L 5-15 L 5-1 W 4-6 L 2-3 L 9-4 W 3-5 L 0-7 L 4-5 L

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2/18/1992 Knoxville 2/19/1992 Knoxville 3/2/1993 Knoxville 3/3/1993 Knoxville 3/12/1996 Knoxville 3/13/1996 Knoxville 3/16/1999 Knoxville 3/17/1999 Knoxville (10)

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2/19/1988 Tampa 2/20/1988 Tampa

RECORDS & HONORS

Stanford Cardinal

3/20/1972 Riverside, Calif. 3-8 L 6/6/1995 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 6-2 W

1-6 L 2-1 W 7-6 W 3-0 W 0-5 L 7-1 W 4-2 W 8-11 L 7-7 T 7-4 W 13-0 W 7-0 W 5-3 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 0-9 L 6-4 W 4-0 W 3-7 L 6-9 L 8-12 L 12-8 W 7-5 W 12-0 W 7-6 W 15-3 W 2-6 L 8-4 W 2-3 L 4-3 W 3-7 L 3-4 L 5-8 L 2-3 L 11-3 W 6-3 W 10-11 L 19-11 W 10-2 W 8-2 W 7-2 W 9-5 W 5-4 W 5-16 L 6-12 L 8-4 W 12-3 W 7-4 W 5-3 W 11-1 W 8-2 W 23-6 W 17-3 W 9-2 W 6-4 W 9-1 W 9-6 W 10-7 W 12-4 W 13-6 W 18-4 W 15-0 W 6-2 W 4-1 W 8-7 W 11-0 W 7-2 W 6-5 W 1-2 L 13-4 W 10-1 W 16-1 W 15-4 W 21-1 W 6-4 W 13-4 W 7-9 L 7-5 W 9-3 W

REVIEW

5-2

4/14/1987 Knoxville 4-7 L 5/7/1991 Knoxville 14-2 W 4/28/1992 Knoxville 24-6 W 4/29/1992 Knoxville 2-0 W 3/25/2008 Knoxville 9-4 W 3/4/2009 Knoxville 0-1 L 3/23/2010 Knoxville 9-1 W *-Previously known as South CarolinaSpartanburg

SE Louisiana Lions

3/21/1980 Hammond, La. 4/11/1980 Knoxville

2-0

5/3/1967 Knoxville (7) 3/26/1968 Knoxville (7) 3/26/1968 Knoxville (7) 4/22/1969 Cookeville (7) 4/22/1969 Cookeville (7) 4/21/1970 Knoxville (7) 4/21/1970 Knoxville (7) 4/19/1971 Cookeville (7) 4/19/1971 Cookeville (7) 4/4/1972 Knoxville (7) 4/4/1972 Knoxville (7) 4/3/1973 Cookeville (7) 4/3/1973 Cookeville (7) 4/10/1974 Knoxville (7) 4/10/1974 Knoxville (7) 4/9/1975 Cookeville (7) 4/9/1975 Cookeville (7) 4/20/1976 Knoxville (7) 4/20/1976 Knoxville (7) 4/19/1977 Cookeville (7) 4/19/1977 Cookeville (7) 4/27/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/27/1978 Knoxville (7) 4/19/1979 Cookeville (7) 4/19/1979 Cookeville (7) 3/5/1980 Knoxville 4/29/1980 Cookeville (7) 4/29/1980 Cookeville (7) 5/5/1981 Cookeville (7) 5/5/1981 Cookeville (8) 5/7/1981 Knoxville (7) 5/7/1981 Knoxville (7) 3/4/1982 Cookeville (7) 3/4/1982 Cookeville (7) 5/4/1982 Knoxville 3/3/1983 Knoxville 5/6/1983 Cookeville 4/11/1984 Cookeville 3/5/1985 Knoxville 4/9/1985 Cookeville 3/4/1986 Knoxville 3/3/1987 Knoxville 3/24/1988 Knoxville 3/28/1989 Knoxville 3/20/1990 Knoxville (10) 2/27/1991 Knoxville 5/1/1991 Cookeville 3/31/1992 Cookeville 4/21/1992 Knoxville (7) 4/21/1992 Knoxville (7) 4/20/1993 Knoxville (6) 4/27/1993 Cookeville 3/11/1994 Cookeville 3/21/1995 Knoxville 3/26/1996 Cookeville 4/9/1996 Knoxville 3/25/1997 Cookeville (7) 3/26/1997 Knoxville 4/7/1998 Cookeville 4/15/1998 Knoxville 3/30/1999 Cookeville 4/13/1999 Knoxville 3/29/2000 Knoxville (6) 3/28/2001 Knoxville 4/11/2001 Cookeville 5/26/2001 Knoxville (NCAA) 4/24/2002 Knoxville 3/26/2003 Knoxville 4/22/2003 Cookeville 3/3/2004 Knoxville 4/21/2004 Cookeville 2/22/2005 Knoxville 4/20/2005 Cookeville 3/21/2006 Knoxville (7) 4/18/2006 Cookeville 5/15/2007 Knoxville 4/1/2008 Cookeville 3/18/2009 Knoxville 3/30/2010 Knoxville

OPPONENTS

SC Upstate Spartans

1-11 L 9-5 W 5-11 L 7-9 L

South Kentucky

1904 1904

1-1

11-4 W 2-11 L

PLAYERS

South Carolina-Aiken Pacers 1-3

2/20/1986 Aiken 2/21/1986 Aiken 2/22/1986 Aiken 2/23/1986 Aiken (7)

South Florida Bulls

2/8/1997 Kissimmee, Fla. 2/9/1997 Kissimmee, Fla.

COACHES

5-1 W 8-0 W 10-3 W 10-11 L 2-3 L 7-3 W 10-7 W 3-12 L 8-9 L 7-4 W 3-4 L 2-3 L 4-3 W 4-5 L 3-14 L 1-9 L 7-11 L 0-6 L 5-2 W 5-3 W 6-10 L 8-7 W 3-5 L 3-0 W 4-2 W 10-6 W 1-2 L 0-2 L 8-12 L 1-5 L 3-2 W 6-5 W 11-5 W 2-12 L 4-1 W 5-4 W 8-7 W 2-9 L 1-7 L 4-3 W 7-13 L 13-2 W 5-7 L 8-10 L 9-5 W 12-15 L 6-15 L 2-4 L 7-10 L 0-4 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 5-4 W 1-2 L 1-6 L 4-5 L 8-12 L 2-19 L

GENERAL INFO

4/30/1995 Knoxville 5/19/1995 Knoxville (SEC) 4/26/1996 Columbia 4/27/1996 Columbia 4/28/1996 Columbia 5/3/1997 Knoxville 5/3/1997 Knoxville 5/4/1997 Knoxville 3/13/1998 Columbia 3/14/1998 Columbia 3/15/1998 Columbia 5/8/1999 Knoxville 5/8/1999 Knoxville 5/9/1999 Knoxville (14) 5/12/2000 Columbia 5/13/2000 Columbia 5/14/2000 Columbia 3/16/2001 Knoxville 3/17/2001 Knoxville 3/18/2001 Knoxville 5/10/2002 Columbia 5/11/2002 Columbia 5/12/2002 Columbia 3/21/2003 Knoxville 3/22/2003 Knoxville 3/23/2003 Knoxville 5/14/2004 Columbia 5/15/2004 Columbia 5/16/2004 Columbia 5/27/2004 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 5/6/2005 Knoxville 5/7/2005 Knoxville (10) 5/8/2005 Knoxville 5/25/2005 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 5/27/2005 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 5/12/2006 Columbia 5/13/2006 Columbia 5/14/2006 Columbia 5/11/2007 Knoxville 5/12/2007 Knoxville 5/13/2007 Knoxville 5/15/2008 Columbia 5/16/2008 Columbia 5/17/2008 Columbia 5/8/2009 Knoxville 5/9/2009 Knoxville 5/10/2009 Knoxville 3/19/2010 Columbia 3/20/2010 Columbia 3/21/2010 Columbia 4/7/2011 Knoxville 4/8/2011 Knoxville 4/9/2011 Knoxville 4/6/2012 Columbia 4/7/2012 Columbia 4/8/2012 Columbia 4/5/2013 Knoxville 4/6/2013 Knoxville 4/7/2013 Knoxville

VOLMANAC 3/13/2012 Knoxville

1-5 L

Tennessee Temple Crusaders 6-0

3/4/1987 Knoxville 4/12/2000 Knoxville (7) 4/19/2005 Knoxville 4/26/2005 Knoxville (7) 4/26/2005 Knoxville (5) 5/8/2007 Knoxville

17-1 W 17-0 W 22-4 W 20-3 W 14-0 W 24-6 W

Tennessee Wesleyan Bulldogs 16-4

3/28/1978 Knoxville 3/9/1979 Knoxville 4/23/1979 Knoxville 3/11/1981 Knoxville (7) 3/2/1982 Knoxville 4/22/1982 Athens, Tenn. 4/20/1983 Knoxville 4/23/1984 Knoxville 4/17/1985 Knoxville 4/23/1986 Knoxville 4/29/1987 Knoxville 3/14/1989 Knoxville 4/14/1989 Knoxville 3/7/1990 Knoxville (11) 4/19/1990 Knoxville 2/26/1991 Knoxville 3/4/1992 Knoxville 3/21/1995 Knoxville 3/31/1998 Knoxville 4/21/2003 Knoxville

Texas Longhorns

2/29/2008 Houston 3/3/2012 Houston

Texas A&M Aggies

2/11/2005 Houston 5/16/2013 Knoxville 5/17/2013 Knoxville 5/18/2013 Knoxville

2-4 L 5-4 W 10-1 W 16-5 W 1-0 W 4-5 L 6-3 W 7-2 W 9-5 W 10-3 W 5-8 L 4-2 W 6-1 W 6-7 L 8-2 W 9-1 W 10-1 W 7-4 W 20-0 W 3-2 W

2-0

5-4 W 5-4 W

1-3

1-10 L 1-5 L 4-8 L 7-5 W

Texas Tech Red Raiders

0-1

Toledo Rockets

2-0

3/1/2008 Houston

3/9/1999 Knoxville 3/10/1999 Knoxville

3-7 L

19-3 W 9-3 W

Transylvania (Ky.) Pioneers 5-1

1917 4/17/1919 5/10/1919 4/29/1920 5/3/1920 5/7/1927

21-0 W 4-10 L 7-1 W 11-0 W 5-0 W 4-0 W

Tulane Green Wave

3-3

Tusculum Pioneers

17-0

4/27/1906 4/28/1906 (10) 3/19/1973 New Orleans 3/22/1980 New Orleans (7) 3/22/1980 New Orleans (7) 3/23/1980 New Orleans

4/9/1908 4/10/1908 4/11/1908 4/1/1909 4/2/1909 4/3/1909 4/25/1947 2/22/1984 Knoxville 3/26/1985 Knoxville 3/6/1986 Knoxville 2/25/1987 Knoxville 4/26/1988 Knoxville

118

8-6 W 4-5 L 2-11 L 2-0 W 4-3 W 7-8 L

3-2 W 17-5 W 13-5 W 25-1 W 22-0 W 12-10 W 6-5 W 13-0 W 10-4 W 6-1 W 13-2 W 7-4 W

4/18/1989 Knoxville 3/22/1990 Knoxville 3/20/1992 Knoxville 5/2/2000 Knoxville 5/12/2003 Knoxville

14-2 W 17-0 W 7-4 W 9-2 W 6-2 W

UCLA Bruins

0-3

Union (Ky.) Bulldogs

2-1

3/18/1968 Riverside, Calif. 0-1 L 3/22/1972 Riverside, Calif. 2-5 L 5/24/1997 Stillwater, Okla. (NCAA) 3-5 L

4/22/1930 4/26/1947 5/16/1947

0-1 L 9-7 W 15-6 W

Utah Utes

1-1

Valdosta State Blazers

0-4

6/13/1951 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 1-7 L 6/16/1951 Omaha, Neb. (CWS) 5-4 W

3/21/1976 Valdosta 3/18/1977 Valdosta 3/21/1978 Valdosta (7) 3/22/1978 Valdosta

0-8 L 5-17 L 3-6 L 7-8 L

Vanderbilt Commodores 168-148-2

In Knoxville: Tennessee leads 57-29 In Nashville: Vanderbilt leads 52-43 At Neutral Sites: Tennessee leads 5-2 Last 10 Meetings: Vanderbilt leads 8-2 1897 1897 4/5/1900 4/6/1900 4/7/1900 5/8/1902 5/9/1902 5/10/1902 (10) 4/27/1905 4/28/1905 (12) 5/16/1906 5/17/1906 5/18/1906 4/24/1908 4/25/1908 4/25/1908 5/1/1909 5/1/1909 5/13/1910 5/14/1910 5/14/1910 4/4/1913 4/5/1913 4/18/1913 4/19/1913 4/3/1914 4/4/1914 5/8/1914 5/9/1914 5/15/1915 5/16/1915 5/29/1915 5/5/1916 5/6/1916 (10) 1917 1917 5/19/1920 5/20/1920 4/17/1921 4/18/1921 4/19/1921 4/29/1921 4/30/1921 5/16/1922 5/12/1923 5/13/1923

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4-10 L 7-15 L 5-2 W 1-10 L 10-4 W 10-11 L 7-2 W 8-9 L 4-5 L 6-7 L 6-5 W 1-7 L 2-6 L 3-5 L 5-1 W 12-3 W 10-5 W 6-4 W 4-3 W 5-7 L 2-4 L 1-1 T 4-5 L 4-7 L 2-5 L 5-4 W 8-9 L 0-7 L 4-6 L 0-5 L 8-4 W 4-3 W 1-5 L 5-6 L 2-8 L 10-3 W 2-4 L 5-4 W 11-2 W 3-4 L 2-3 L 2-6 L 7-2 W 5-7 L 5-3 W 1-12 L

5/10/1924 5/10/1924 5/16/1925 5/16/1925 5/7/1926 5/8/1926 5/13/1927 5/14/1927 5/12/1928 5/12/1928 5/17/1929 5/18/1929 5/9/1930 5/1/1942 5/2/1942 5/15/1942 5/16/1942 4/18/1947 4/19/1947 5/12/1947 5/13/1947 4/9/1948 4/10/1948 5/8/1948 5/8/1948 4/8/1949 4/9/1949 5/6/1949 5/7/1949 4/7/1950 4/8/1950 4/28/1950 4/29/1950 4/18/1951 5/1/1951 5/2/1951 4/7/1952 4/8/1952 4/29/1952 4/29/1952 4/17/1953 5/9/1953 5/9/1953 4/2/1954 4/3/1954 (10) 4/30/1954 5/1/1954 4/1/1955 4/2/1955 4/29/1955 4/30/1955 4/9/1956 4/10/1956 5/8/1956 4/1/1957 4/2/1957 4/24/1959 (10) 4/25/1959 5/15/1959 5/16/1959 4/18/1960 4/19/1960 5/13/1960 5/14/1960 5/14/1960 5/12/1961 5/12/1961 5/13/1961 5/13/1961 5/7/1962 5/7/1962 1962 5/8/1962 5/8/1962 3/22/1963 3/23/1963 3/23/1963 4/12/1963 4/13/1963

0-4 L 3-2 W 10-9 W 1-5 L 3-2 W 5-6 L 5-9 L 3-13 L 1-9 L 4-18 L 1-5 L 1-8 L 2-14 L 9-13 L 10-5 W 1-5 L 11-4 W 9-5 W 2-6 L 9-6 W 0-7 L 4-4 T 2-6 L 3-4 L 0-5 L 18-6 W 4-3 W 2-6 L 2-7 L 5-11 L 7-8 L 11-2 W 10-4 W 17-0 W 20-2 W 7-6 W 6-1 W 4-6 L 10-7 W 9-2 W 8-3 W 17-4 W 1-5 L 0-2 L 4-5 L 8-2 W 1-9 L 1-3 L 11-5 W 8-9 L 11-10 W 4-6 L 8-3 W 6-9 L 4-8 L 7-6 W 2-1 W 4-10 L 21-7 W 8-10 L 11-0 W 4-3 W 8-2 W 7-9 L 1-12 L 6-3 W 14-4 W 10-4 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 14-4 W 10-9 W 17-8 W 6-4 W 10-1 W 7-4 W 6-3 W 4-5 L 11-10 W

4-7 L 1-9 L 5-6 L 5-3 W 0-2 L 2-3 L 8-4 W 1-2 L 4-6 L 13-3 W 5-3 W 4-6 L 1-3 L 3-4 L 6-7 L 6-4 W 2-15 L 5-8 L 2-9 L 8-10 L 8-6 W 7-6 W 9-7 W 1-10 L 4-2 W 4-3 W 1-10 L 1-10 L 3-19 L 8-2 W 4-7 L 6-12 L 3-4 L 3-8 L 8-12 L

Virginia Commonwealth Rams 1-0 2/10/2001 Charleston, S.C. 10-6 W

2-0

Virginia Tech Hokies

8-10

9-6 W 11-4 W

Washington Huskies

3/15/1992 Seattle, Wash. (8) 3/19/1994 Seattle, Wash.

3-10 L 6-3 W

1-1

6-7 L 8-1 W

Washington College Shoremen 0-1 4/10/1912 4-11 L

Washington State Cougars 0-1

3/12/1992 Seattle, Wash. (8)

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9-11 L

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MEDIA INFO

Wake Forest Demon Deacons 1-1

5/27/2001 Knoxville (NCAA) 5/27/2001 Knoxville (NCAA)

VOLMANAC

5/14/1911 11-4 W 5/14/1911 6-7 L 4/29/1924 4-1 W 5/1/1924 2-1 W 3/22/1971 Statesboro, Ga. (7) 5-10 L 5/9/1976 Kingsport, Tenn. 2-7 L 5/4/1977 Kingsport, Tenn. (13) 4-5 L 5/5/1987 Knoxville 3-7 L 4/5/1988 Blacksburg 8-12 L 3/28/1990 Knoxville 6-21 L 4/25/1995 Kingsport, Tenn. 10-8 W 4/30/1996 Kingsport, Tenn. 2-3 L 4/29/1997 Kingsport, Tenn. 2-1 W 4/28/1998 Kingsport, Tenn. 11-3 W 2/19/2000 Charleston, S.C. 3-5 L 4/24/2001 Kingsport, Tenn. 7-4 W 3/3/2013 Cary, N.C. 3-7 L 4/16/2013 Greeneville, Tenn. 5-4 W

RECORDS & HONORS

VMI Keydets

5/11/1911 2/12/1995 Charleston, S.C.

REVIEW

5/16/2003 Nashville 5/17/2003 Nashville 5/18/2003 Nashville 5/7/2004 Knoxville 5/8/2004 Knoxville 5/9/2004 Knoxville 4/22/2005 Nashville 4/23/2005 Nashville 4/24/2005 Nashville 5/5/2006 Knoxville 5/6/2006 Knoxville 5/6/2006 Knoxville 4/20/2007 Nashville 4/21/2007 Nashville 4/22/2007 Nashville 5/23/2007 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 5/25/2007 Hoover, Ala. (SEC) 5/2/2008 Knoxville 5/3/2008 Knoxville 5/4/2008 Knoxville 5/14/2009 Nashville 5/15/2009 Nashville (10) 5/16/2009 Nashville 4/23/2010 Knoxville 4/25/2010 Knoxville (11) 4/25/2010 Knoxville (7) 4/29/2011 Nashville 4/30/2011 Nashville 5/1/2011 Nashville 5/4/2012 Knoxville 5/5/2012 Knoxville 5/6/2012 Knoxville 3/29/2013 Nashville (12) 3/30/2013 Nashville 3/31/2013 Nashville

OPPONENTS

5-8 L 4-2 W 14-9 W 4-7 L 15-0 W 9-13 L 14-5 W 2-3 L 2-1 W 9-1 W 1-3 L 4-6 L 4-1 W 7-1 W 2-0 W 12-4 W 9-2 W 6-0 W 1-3 L 0-5 L 2-7 L 6-9 L 6-1 W 11-2 W 6-3 W 4-1 W 5-10 L 4-1 W 0-9 L 10-9 W 7-10 L 6-7 L 7-8 L 7-8 L 5-4 W 11-9 W 12-5 W 5-3 W 9-12 L 4-5 L 1-2 L 10-4 W 8-9 L 6-0 W 12-6 W 7-4 W 11-5 W 8-2 W 9-1 W 10-6 W 20-12 W 1-4 L 6-3 W 6-7 L 8-5 W 16-3 W 4-9 L 4-3 W 12-5 W 7-3 W 9-4 W 11-2 W 9-10 L 9-12 L 12-6 W 11-10 W 14-6 W 3-5 L 12-4 W 8-9 L 6-4 W 15-5 W 3-1 W 8-12 L 11-8 W 5-3 W 5-4 W 5-7 L 10-9 W

PLAYERS

3/27/1982 Nashville (7) 3/27/1982 Nashville (7) 3/28/1982 Nashville 5/1/1982 Knoxville (7) 5/1/1982 Knoxville (7) 5/2/1982 Knoxville 3/6/1983 Nashville (7) 3/6/1983 Nashville (7) 4/11/1983 Knoxville (7) 4/11/1983 Knoxville (7) 3/31/1984 Nashville (7) 3/31/1984 Nashville (7) 4/1/1984 Nashville 5/5/1984 Nashville (7) 5/5/1984 Nashville (7) 3/2/1985 Knoxville (7) 3/2/1985 Knoxville (7) 3/3/1985 Knoxville 4/6/1985 Nashville (7) 4/6/1985 Nashville (7) 4/7/1985 Nashville 4/19/1986 Knoxville (8) 4/19/1986 Knoxville (7) 4/20/1986 Knoxville 4/25/1987 Nashville (7) 4/25/1987 Nashville (7) 4/26/1987 Nashville 4/23/1988 Knoxville (7) 4/23/1988 Knoxville (7) 4/24/1988 Knoxville 4/22/1989 Nashville (7) 4/22/1989 Nashville (7) 4/23/1989 Nashville (10) 3/17/1990 Nashville 3/17/1990 Nashville (7) 3/18/1990 Nashville 3/16/1991 Knoxville 3/16/1991 Knoxville (7) 3/17/1991 Knoxville 5/2/1992 Knoxville 5/2/1992 Knoxville (7) 5/3/1992 Knoxville 5/8/1993 Nashville 5/8/1993 Nashville (7) 5/9/1993 Nashville 5/20/1993 Columbia (SEC) 5/22/1993 Columbia (SEC) 5/6/1994 Knoxville 5/7/1994 Knoxville 5/8/1994 Knoxville (10) 5/19/1994 Lexington (SEC) 5/22/1994 Lexington (SEC) 5/22/1994 Lexington (SEC) 5/5/1995 Nashville 5/6/1995 Nashville 5/7/1995 Nashville 5/18/1995 Knoxville (SEC) 5/20/1995 Knoxville (SEC) 5/3/1996 Knoxville 5/4/1996 Knoxville 5/5/1996 Knoxville 4/25/1997 Nashville 4/26/1997 Nashville 4/27/1997 Nashville 5/7/1998 Knoxville 5/8/1998 Knoxville 5/9/1998 Knoxville 5/14/1999 Nashville 5/15/1999 Nashville 5/16/1999 Nashville 5/5/2000 Knoxville 5/6/2000 Knoxville 5/7/2000 Knoxville 5/11/2001 Nashville 5/12/2001 Nashville (10) 5/13/2001 Nashville (11) 5/17/2002 Knoxville (12) 5/18/2002 Knoxville 5/19/2002 Knoxville

COACHES

2-0 W 10-2 W 20-3 W 4-11 L 18-1 W 9-0 W 9-3 W 4-0 W 6-3 W 11-1 W 15-2 W 16-4 W 19-1 W 6-2 W 5-1 W 15-0 W 8-3 W 9-0 W 9-1 W 14-3 W 6-1 W 4-1 W 9-3 W 10-6 W 13-6 W 20-1 W 1-12 L 5-7 L 3-8 L 3-4 L 2-3 L 12-13 L 3-4 L 6-4 W 8-9 L 12-1 W 2-5 L 1-5 L 4-3 W 3-4 L 3-11 L 14-1 W 6-3 W 11-10 W 8-3 W 6-8 L 8-3 W 7-9 L 6-2 W 8-1 W 3-2 W 0-6 L 1-6 L 2-6 L 2-0 W 5-3 W 2-8 L 3-6 L 11-1 W 6-11 L 3-2 W 10-5 W 5-4 W 8-4 W 8-1 W 3-13 L 5-7 L 3-5 L 1-0 W 6-1 W 5-10 L 8-6 W 1-2 L 3-9 L 1-2 L 2-6 L 7-4 W 8-9 L 12-14 L

GENERAL INFO

4/10/1964 4/11/1964 5/8/1964 5/9/1964 5/9/1964 4/9/1965 Nashville 4/10/1965 Nashville 5/7/1965 Knoxville 5/8/1965 Knoxville 3/25/1966 Knoxville 3/26/1966 Knoxville (7) 5/6/1966 Nashville 5/7/1966 Nashville 3/27/1967 Knoxville 3/28/1967 Knoxville (6) 4/28/1967 Nashville 4/29/1967 Nashville 4/19/1968 Knoxville 4/20/1968 Knoxville 5/3/1968 Nashville 5/4/1968 Nashville 5/2/1969 Nashville 5/3/1969 Nashville 4/18/1970 Knoxville (7) 4/18/1970 Knoxville (7) 4/24/1970 Nashville 4/9/1971 Nashville 4/10/1971 Nashville 4/16/1971 Knoxville 4/17/1971 Knoxville 4/7/1972 Knoxville 4/8/1972 Knoxville 4/14/1972 Nashville 4/15/1972 Nashville 4/6/1973 Nashville 4/13/1973 Knoxville 4/14/1973 Knoxville 4/5/1974 Knoxville 4/6/1974 Knoxville 4/12/1974 Nashville 4/13/1974 Nashville 4/4/1975 Nashville 4/5/1975 Nashville 4/11/1975 Knoxville 4/12/1975 Knoxville 4/9/1976 Nashville (7) 4/9/1976 Nashville (7) 4/10/1976 Nashville 5/7/1976 Knoxville (7) 5/7/1976 Knoxville (7) 5/8/1976 Knoxville 4/16/1977 Nashville (7) 4/16/1977 Nashville (7) 4/17/1977 Nashville 5/6/1977 Knoxville (7) 5/6/1977 Knoxville (7) 5/7/1977 Knoxville 4/15/1978 Nashville (7) 4/15/1978 Nashville (7) 4/16/1978 Nashville 5/6/1978 Knoxville (8) 5/6/1978 Knoxville (7) 5/7/1978 Knoxville 4/14/1979 Nashville (7) 4/14/1979 Nashville (7) 4/15/1979 Nashville 5/5/1979 Knoxville (7) 5/5/1979 Knoxville (7) 5/6/1979 Knoxville 4/8/1980 Nashville (7) 4/8/1980 Nashville (7) 4/9/1980 Nashville 4/26/1980 Nashville (7) 4/26/1980 Nashville (7) 4/19/1981 Knoxville (7) 4/19/1981 Knoxville (6) 5/2/1981 Nashville (7) 5/2/1981 Nashville (7) 5/3/1981 Nashville

VOLMANAC West Florida Argonauts

2-0

West Georgia Braves

1-0

2/19/1987 Pensacola, Fla. 2/20/1987 Pensacola, Fla. (8)

Wofford Terriers

West Virginia Mountaineers 5-3

5/15/1903 5/16/1903 1904 1904 5/4/1905 5/5/1905 5/9/1912 4/24/1925 3/28/1953 3/28/1953 3/19/1956 4/1/2003 Knoxville 3/31/2004 Knoxville 4/25/2007 Spartanburg

Western Carolina Catamounts 19-7

3/20/2007

3/23/1982 Carrollton, Ga.

4-0 W 13-1 W

9-1 W

3/12/1994 Knoxville 5-0 W 3/13/1994 Knoxville 10-1 W 5/23/1996 Clemson, S.C. (NCAA) 4-8 L 5/25/1996 Clemson, S.C. (NCAA) 10-4 W 2/17/2001 Charleston, S.C. 12-5 W 3/1/2003 Knoxville 1-3 L 3/2/2003 Knoxville 13-3 W 2/27/2009 Myrtle Beach, S.C. 6-11 L

3/29/1954 4/6/1954 3/8/1983 Cullowhee 4/27/1983 Knoxville 3/8/1984 Cullowhee 4/10/1984 Knoxville 3/6/1985 Cullowhee 4/10/1985 Knoxville 4/11/1989 Knoxville 4/6/1993 Knoxville 3/30/1994 Cullowhee 5/28/1994 Knoxville (NCAA) 4/12/1995 Knoxville 4/1/1997 Knoxville 2/15/1998 Charleston, S.C. 2/1/2000 Knoxville 2/2/2000 Knoxville 4/18/2000 Knoxville (10) 3/14/2001 Knoxville 3/27/2001 Cullowhee 5/10/2006 Knoxville 4/29/2008 Knoxville 3/24/2009 Knoxville 4/7/2010 Knoxville 4/21/2010 Cullowhee 3/20/2013 Knoxville

0-1 L 3-6 L 12-13 L 21-4 W 7-4 W 13-5 W 3-4 L 15-3 W 6-5 W 9-4 W 1-0 W 6-4 W 1-3 L 10-8 W 9-6 W 6-0 W 12-1 W 5-4 W 6-3 W 15-13 W 7-2 W 2-5 L 5-1 W 9-14 L 18-8 W 10-5 W

Wright State Raiders Xavier Musketeers

4/20/1965 Knoxville 4/21/1965 Knoxville 3/21/1978 Valdosta, Ga. (7) 2/19/2010 Knoxville 2/20/2010 Knoxville 2/21/2010 Knoxville

Yale Bulldogs

3/21/1973 Mobile, Ala. (7) 3/23/1977 Winter Park, Fla. 3/26/1977 Winter Park, Fla.

Zaneville Tracers

1987

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 5-3

3/19/1985 Bowling Green 3/20/1985 Bowling Green 4/9/1986 Knoxville 3/10/2009 Knoxville 3/9/2010 Knoxville (10) 2/21/2012 Knoxville (13) 3/12/2013 Knoxville 3/13/2013 Knoxville (10)

3-4 L 4-11 L 5-2 W 14-8 W 4-5 L 8-7 W 4-0 W 5-4 W

Western Michigan Broncos 3-0

4/1/1975 Knoxville (7) 4/1/1975 Knoxville (7) 4/2/1975 Knoxville

Wichita State Shockers

3/4/2001 Fullerton, Calif. 6/5/2005 Knoxville (NCAA)

Williamsburg Institute

1897 1897

Winthrop Eagles

5/6/1987 Rock Hill, S.C. 4/13/1993 Knoxville 4/14/1993 Knoxville (11) 6/4/2005 Knoxville (NCAA)

Wisconsin Badgers

8-7 W 7-3 W 2-1 W

2-0

14-4 W 12-2 W

1-1

16-4 W 8-13 L

3-1

11-22 L 5-4 W 5-4 W 3-2 W

1-1

3/24/1976 Winter Park, Fla. (8) 1-11 L 3/27/1976 Winter Park, Fla. (7) 12-2 W

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7-7

4-7 L 5-6 L 8-3 W 4-3 W 1-7 L 0-5 L 8-9 L 2-1 W 9-2 W 6-0 W 1-4 L 4-0 W 4-2 W 9-16 L

1-0

16-4 W

5-1

4-8 L 4-3 W 10-9 W 16-6 W 7-6 W 17-1 W

2-1

6-4 W 7-0 W 3-4 L

0-0-1

1-1 T

Years: 1897 Record: 6-9-1 Winning Pct: .406 1897

(6-9-1)

No Results Available for 1898-99

Years: 1900 Record: 6-5 Winning Pct: .545

1905

1900 (6-5)

5-2 W 1-10 L 10-4 W 4-6 L 0-10 L 15-0 W 10-7 W 17-15 W 6-3 W 6-8 L 7-9 L

No Team in 1901

William H. Newman

1902

Emory and Henry Emory and Henry Emory and Henry Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt (10) Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech

(8-4)

7-2 W 3-0 W 9-8 W 14-4 W 12-14 L 13-5 W 10-11 L 7-2 W 8-9 L 2-7 L 4-0 W 4-2 W

James D. Depree

Years: 1906 Record: 7-8 Winning Pct: .467

1906

4/3 4/6 4/7 4/17 4/19 4/21 4/27 4/28 5/5 5/10 5/11 5/12 5/16 5/17 5/18

Emory and Henry Maryville Maryville Michigan Michigan Cincinnati Tulane Tulane (10) Georgia Tech Memphis Memphis Memphis Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

Frank Moffett

Years: 1907-10 Record: 62-25-1 Winning Pct: .710

Frank Moffett

Years: 1903-05 Record: 20-20 Winning Pct: .500

1903

4/3 4/10 4/11 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/24 4/25

Emory and Henry Emory and Henry Emory and Henry Alabama Alabama Alabama Carson-Newman Carson-Newman

(8-10)

4-3 W 6-5 W 7-8 L 5-6 L 4-5 L 19-13 W 3-10 L 1-10 L

(7-8)

16-3 W 10-4 W 5-3 W 4-12 L 1-11 L 16-10 W 8-6 W 4-5 L 2-3 L 5-3 W 1-8 L 5-11 L 6-5 W 1-7 L 2-6 L

1907

4/18 Missouri-Rolla 4/19 Missouri-Rolla 4/20 Missouri-Rolla 4/21 Milligan 4/22 Milligan 4/22 Milligan 4/23 Cumberland (Ky.) 4/24 Cumberland (Ky.) 4/24 Cumberland (Ky.) 4/25 Ole Miss 4/26 Ole Miss 4/27 Ole Miss (12) 4/29 LSU

(17-10)

4-2 W 7-2 W 8-1 W 2-7 L 11-2 W 11-8 W 1-0 W 3-4 L 0-1 L 0-3 L 8-0 W 2-1 W 0-2 L

(16-3)

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

1909

(18-5-1)

1910

(11-7)

3/27 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/23 4/24 4/24 5/1 5/1 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/10 5/11 5/21 5/22 5/22 4/2 4/6 4/10 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/16 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/6 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/13 5/14 5/14

Cincinnati Tusculum Tusculum Tusculum Emory and Henry Emory and Henry Michigan Michigan (11) Dahlonega Dahlonega Dahlonega Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Georgia Georgia Georgia Mercer Mercer Kentucky State Kentucky State Kentucky State

0-2 L 25-1 W 22-0 W 12-10 W 11-3 W 8-7 W 1-16 L 3-3 T 3-2 W 15-5 W 6-4 W 12-0 W 7-4 W 0-9 L 10-5 W 6-4 W 5-3 W 4-1 W 0-1 L 3-1 W 1-2 L 11-4 W 6-1 W 12-1 W

Brooklyn Dodgers (exh.) 5-6 Boston Doves (exh.) 3-11 K.M.I. 10-5 W Michigan 8-4 W Michigan 2-3 L Dahlonega 4-5 L Dahlonega 4-3 W Kentucky State 15-12 W Kentucky State 5-1 W Kentucky State 4-6 L Kentucky State 5-0 W Kentucky State 9-6 W Kentucky State 4-3 W Cumberland (Ky.) 9-2 W Sewanee 0-3 L Sewanee 6-7 L Sewanee 4-1 W Vanderbilt 4-3 W Vanderbilt 5-7 L Vanderbilt 2-4 L

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MEDIA INFO

4/4 4/4 4/5 4/17 4/18 4/19 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17

(3-5)

4-5 L 6-7 L 1-7 L 0-5 L 2-1 W 3-5 L 5-2 W 10-5 W

Murphy Murphy Tusculum Tusculum Tusculum Michigan Michigan Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Cumberland (Ky.) Cumberland (Ky.) Cumberland (Ky.) Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee

VOLMANAC

Years: 1902 Record: 8-4 Winning Pct: .667

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt (12) Wofford Wofford Bingham (11) Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee

1908

4/3 4/4 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/24 4/25 4/25 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/22 5/23 5/23

11-12 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 3-2 W 2-3 L 3-2 W 4-0 W 11-4 W 7-3 W 11-2 W 9-3 W 2-7 L 2-1 W 6-4 W

RECORDS & HONORS

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt North Carolina North Carolina Kentucky Central Kentucky Central Kentucky Central Alabama Alabama Alabama

4/27 4/28 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/19 5/20 5/21

(9-5)

6-2 W 9-8 W 12-1 W 15-4 W 4-16 L 4-9 L 8-3 W 4-3 W 7-2 W 4-7 L 9-10 L 11-4 W 0-4 L 7-3 W

LSU Cumberland (Ky.) Cumberland (Ky.) (12) Cumberland (Ky.) (10) Kentucky Central Kentucky Central Kentucky Central Maryville Maryville Nashville Nashville Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee

REVIEW

4/5 4/6 4/7 4/26 4/27 4/28 5/3 5/4 5/4

Grant St. Paul’s South Kentucky South Kentucky Cumberland (Tenn.) Cumberland (Tenn.) Wofford Wofford Alabama Alabama Alabama Nashville Nashville Nashville

4/30 5/7 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/17 5/18 5/21 5/21 5/24 5/25 5/25

OPPONENTS

T.R. Cornick

1904

12-1 W 2-4 L 6-5 W 10-1 W 6-7 L 11-4 W 4-7 L 5-6 L 8-9 L 14-5 W

PLAYERS

Grant 15-4 W Williamsburg Institute 16-4 W Williamsburg Institute 8-13 L Zaneville 1-1 T Kentucky Central 14-0 W Grant 18-2 W Sewanee 3-8 L Sewanee 7-10 L Sewanee 15-26 L Alabama 4-8 L Alabama 10-16 L Alabama 1-7 L Vanderbilt 4-10 L Vanderbilt 7-15 L Sewanee 10-1 W Sewanee 4-3 W

Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee Wofford Wofford Georgia Tech Georgia Tech

COACHES

4/5 4/27 5/5 5/21 5/22

4/30 5/1 5/3 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/15 5/16 5/22 5/23

GENERAL INFO

D. Aydelott

VOLMANAC Z.G. Clevenger

Years: 1911-16 Record: 51-44-3 Winning Pct: .536

1911

3/24 3/30 4/1 4/3 4/13 4/17 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/7 5/8 5/8 5/11 5/14 5/14 5/19 5/20

(10-8)

Mooney 11-1 W Maryville 3-1 W Brooklyn Dodgers (exh.) 3-17 Emory and Henry 23-10 W Michigan 3-1 W Milligan 3-7 L Cumberland (Tenn.) 0-1 L Cumberland (Tenn.) 2-7 L Cumberland (Tenn.) 10-7 W Mooney 3-6 L Mooney 1-2 L Emory and Henry 2-3 L Emory and Henry 4-2 W Emory and Henry 4-3 W Virginia Military Institute 9-6 W Virginia Tech 11-4 W Virginia Tech 6-7 L Maryville 13-5 W Maryville 4-6 L

1912

4/5 Illinois 4/5 Illinois 4/10 Washington College 4/20 Maryville 4/22 Dahlonega 4/23 Dahlonega 4/27 Maryville 5/1 Alabama 5/1 Alabama 5/3 Mercer 5/4 Mercer 5/4 Mercer 5/6 at South Carolina 5/7 at South Carolina 5/8 at South Carolina 5/9 at Wofford 5/17 Sewanee 5/18 Sewanee 5/18 Sewanee

1913

3/21 3/31 4/4 4/5 4/12 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/25 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/9 5/10

1-2 L 0-4 L 4-11 L 5-4 W 11-4 W 14-8 W 1-0 W 2-3 L 1-11 L 0-1 L 3-5 L 3-3 T 1-3 L 3-5 L 6-4 W 8-9 L 0-4 L 3-2 W 4-2 W

(5-8-1)

St. Louis Nationals (exh.) 0-17 Philadelphia A’s (exh.) 2-9 Vanderbilt 1-1 T Vanderbilt 4-5 L Maryville 8-4 W Cumberland (Ky.) 3-4 L Cumberland (Ky.) 6-14 L Vanderbilt 4-7 L Vanderbilt 2-5 L Georgia 0-4 L Sewanee 4-3 W Chattanooga 6-3 W Georgia 3-15 L Georgia 3-9 L Chattanooga 6-5 W Chattanooga 12-3 W

1914

4/3 4/4 4/10 4/22 4/23 5/1 5/2 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/20 5/21

(7-11-1)

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Kentucky State Emory and Henry Emory and Henry (10) Kentucky State Kentucky State Sewanee Sewanee Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Mercer Mercer

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1915

4/4 4/9 4/17 4/18 4/25 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/9 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/18 5/19 5/22 5/29

1916

4/5 4/15 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/25 4/26 4/29 4/30 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/9 5/10 5/17 5/20

(10-6)

at Georgia Tech 5-4 W New York Giants (exh.) 1-8 Kentucky State 0-12 L Kentucky State 9-8 W Chattanooga 5-0 W Kentucky Central 8-0 W Kentucky 4-7 L Kentucky 2-15 L Mercer 1-0 W Sewanee (10) 4-3 W Sewanee 1-2 L Vanderbilt 0-5 L Vanderbilt 8-4 W Carlisle 6-2 W Carlisle 3-2 W Chattanooga no score L Vanderbilt 4-3 W Philadelphia A’s (exh.) Murphy at South Carolina (5) at South Carolina at Florida at Florida at Florida Chattanooga Chattanooga Kentucky State Kentucky Central Sewanee Sewanee Vanderbilt Vanderbilt (10) Chattanooga Chattanooga Maryville Maryville

(5-7-1)

Centre College 9-9 T Georgetown (Ky.) (11) 4-5 L Transylvania 4-10 L Kentucky State 3-9 L Kentucky 0-10 L Georgetown (Ky.) 5-4 W Georgetown (Ky.) 5-1 W Milligan 2-4 L Transylvania 7-1 W Maryville 6-5 W Kentucky 3-11 L Kentucky 10-13 L Maryville 9-4 W

John R. Bender

Years: 1920 Record: 9-5 Winning Pct: .643

(13-5)

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

1920

4/10 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/19 5/20 5/21

Years: 1921-26 Record: 38-42-3 Winning Pct: .476 1921

1917

(7-6)

Indiana 5-2 W Transylvania 21-0 W Kentucky State 0-1 L Vanderbilt 2-8 L Vanderbilt 10-3 W Georgetown (Ky.) 4-3 W Georgetown (Ky.) 6-5 W Johnson Bible College 14-3 W Maryville (11) 4-5 L Alabama 9-8 W Alabama 0-3 L at Mississippi A&M 2-8 L at Mississippi A&M 4-7 L

Frank Moffett

Years: 1918-19 Record: 13-9-1 Winning Pct: .587 1918

(8-2*)

4/12 Pittsburgh Pirates (exh.) 0-14 4/18 Georgetown 5-1 W 4/19 Kentucky 8-3 W 5/4 Maryville (11) 8-9 L 5/10 Maryville 5-3 W 5/11 Maryville 9-4 W 5/17 Kentucky State 1-0 W 5/18 Kentucky State 1-4 L * All scores not available

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11-6 W 1-3 L 5-4 W 8-2 W 6-0 W 3-0 W 2-3 L 11-0 W 0-3 L 1-7 L 5-0 W 2-4 L 5-4 W 5-2 W

M.B. Banks

Years: 1917 Record: 7-6 Winning Pct: .538

4/17 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/4

(9-5)

Lincoln Memorial Akron Maryville Maryville Georgetown Lincoln Memorial Georgetown Transylvania Kentucky Kentucky Transylvania Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Sewanee

John R. Bender

(6-6-1)

5-4 W 8-9 L 0-7 L 5-3 W 4-4 T 1-10 L 6-2 W 18-1 W 2-1 W 0-7 L 4-6 L 4-2 W 3-6 L

1919

4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 5/2 5/3 5/5 5/10 5/19 5/21 5/22 6/3

3/19 Cincinnati 4/5 New York Giants (exh.) 4/6 New York Giants (exh.) 4/7 Carson-Newman 4/9 Indiana 4/15 Maryville (10) 4/17 Vanderbilt 4/18 Vanderbilt 4/19 Vanderbilt 4/29 Vanderbilt 4/30 Vanderbilt 5/6 Sewanee 5/7 Sewanee 5/13 Kentucky State 5/14 Kentucky State 5/18 Mercer 5/19 Mercer 5/20 at Georgia Tech 5/21 at Georgia Tech

1922

3/25 Carson-Newman 4/3 Carson-Newman 4/17 Mississippi A&M 4/21 Georgia Tech (5) 4/22 Georgia Tech 4/25 Maryville (11) 4/26 Maryville 5/5 at Georgia Tech 5/6 at Georgia Tech 5/7 at Georgia 5/7 at Georgia 5/8 Maryville 5/15 Highland 5/16 Vanderbilt

(10-7)

6-7 L 7-11 L 6-4 W 13-3 W 5-4 W 11-2 W 3-4 L 2-3 L 2-6 L 7-2 W 1-0 W 9-0 W 9-7 W 5-2 W 14-8 W 11-21 L 1-4 L 3-4 L

(5-10-2)

5-3 W 6-2 W 0-3 L 4-7 L 8-4 W 0-0 T 9-9 T 1-4 L 5-9 L 1-3 L 1-6 L 1-3 L 2-5 L 5-7 L

1923

Oglethorpe Oglethorpe Mississippi A&M Mississippi A&M Ole Miss Ole Miss Kentucky Kentucky Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Maryville

1924

William Harkness

Years: 1927-31 Record: 19-30 Winning Pct: .388 1927

4/9 4/16 4/19 4/22 4/29 5/4 5/5 5/7 5/13 5/14 5/18 5/20

Hiwassee Maryville Carson-Newman (10) Notre Dame Milligan Louisville Kentucky Transylvania Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Maryville Carson-Newman

1931

No Teams from 1932-38

John Mauer

(3-9)

1-4 L 1-0 W 7-6 W 1-13 L 6-15 L 7-8 L 0-9 L 4-0 W 5-9 L 3-13 L 2-20 L 6-7 L

Years: 1939-42 Record: 24-23 Winning Pct: .511 1939

4/15 4/21 4/22 4/26 4/29 5/5 5/8 5/15 5/20

1940

4/6 4/8 4/9 4/16 4/26 4/27 5/2 5/4 5/10 5/13 5/14 5/21 5/22

(7-2, 1-1 SEC 8th)

Hiwassee 23-5 W Eastern Kentucky Teachers 11-9 W Kentucky 5-18 L Maryville 8-1 W Lincoln Memorial 17-3 W Milligan 8-5 W Maryville 4-7 L Lincoln Memorial 8-5 W Kentucky 8-5 W

(4-9, 2-4 SEC 10th)

Hiwassee (10) 2-1 W at Georgia Tech 9-5 W at Georgia Tech 0-8 L Maryville 10-8 W Kentucky 8-9 L Kentucky 17-4 W Milligan 0-4 L Eastern Kentucky Teachers 2-6 L Milligan 7-8 L Lincoln Memorial 6-9 L Maryville 6-12 L Kentucky 6-9 L Kentucky 5-19 L

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

No Teams from 1943-46

Ike Peel

Years: 1947 Record: 13-6 Winning Pct: .684

(6-3)

** All games versus non-collegiate competition ** 4/19 Fulton Sylphon Co. 6-4 W 4/23 Morristown 12-3 W 4/25 Southeastern Express 3-7 L 4/28 Johnson Bible College 23-3 W 5/2 Inskip 2-3 L 5/16 Inskip 8-9 L 5/19 Jellico 10-5 W 5/21 Sevier County 11-5 W 5/23 Fulton Sylphon Co. 5-4 W

(5-6)

3-2 W 5-6 L 1-13 L 7-6 W 9-6 W 8-5 W 0-12 L 3-28 L 2-9 L 3-2 W 5-6 L

(4-4)

28-8 W 4-2 W 15-14 W 0-1 L 12-14 L 9-4 W 2-14 L 3-9 L

(6-6, 1-2 SEC 10th)

Carson-Newman Maryville Tennessee Tech Milligan Kentucky Carson-Newman Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Kentucky

1947

4/17 4/18 4/19 4/25 4/26 4/29 5/2 5/3 5/7 5/9 5/10 5/12 5/13 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/19 5/23 5/24

(13-6, 5-3 SEC 3rd)

Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Tusculum Union (Ky.) Emory and Henry Lincoln Memorial Emory and Henry Lincoln Memorial Kentucky Kentucky Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Tennessee Tech Union (Ky.) Tennessee Tech Maryville Kentucky Kentucky

1-3 L 9-5 W 2-6 L 6-5 W 9-7 W 6-1 W 14-0 W 6-5 W 13-11 W 12-2 W 3-2 W 9-6 W 0-7 L 1-11 L 15-6 W 8-0 W 2-3 L 6-5 W 2-6 L

S.W. Anderson

Years: 1948-52 Record: 49-51-1 Winning Pct: .490 1948

(4-18-1, 3-16-1 SEC 12th)

4/2 Auburn 4/3 Auburn 4/6 Purdue 4/9 at Vanderbilt 4/10 at Vanderbilt 4/14 Georgia Tech 4/15 Georgia Tech 4/16 at Georgia 4/17 at Georgia 4/23 at Georgia Tech 4/24 at Georgia Tech 4/28 at Auburn 4/29 at Auburn 4/30 Georgia

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6-13 L 0-6 L 6-13 L 4-4 T 2-6 L 1-9 L 7-8 L 4-12 L 0-8 L 8-14 L 8-4 W 0-14 L 4-12 L 6-5 W

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MEDIA INFO

4/10 Maryville 4/17 Carson-Newman 4/19 Milligan 4/22 Maryville 4/24 Carson-Newman 4/30 Carson-Newman 5/3 Maryville 5/5 Middle Tennessee 5/6 Middle Tennessee 5/7 Vanderbilt 5/8 Vanderbilt

Hiwassee Cumberland (Ky.) Maryville Union (Ky.) Maryville Maryville Vanderbilt Kentucky

1942

4/10 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/24 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/5 5/15 5/16 5/18

4-9 L 6-16 L 9-4 W 4-5 L 6-7 L 8-1 W 2-1 W 9-5 W 10-13 L 11-4 W 14-9 W 15-6 W 3-6 L

VOLMANAC

1926

(4-5)

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

1930

4/10 4/12 4/18 4/22 4/25 4/29 5/9 5/15

(7-6, 3-3 SEC 6th)

at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Milligan Maryville Lincoln Memorial Kentucky Kentucky Maryville Lincoln Memorial Milligan Centre College Kentucky Kentucky

RECORDS & HONORS

Maryville Maryville Mascot Clemson (13) Furman Wofford Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

7-2 W 0-12 L 2-3 L 0-8 L 4-6 L 7-2 W 7-3 W 7-10 L 6-1 W 4-1 W 2-1 W 4-11 L 0-4 L 0-4 L 3-2 W 5-1 W 1-5 L 5-2 W

(3-5)

9-7 W 7-13 L 21-0 W 5-1 W 1-11 L 4-5 L 1-5 L 1-8 L

1941

4/4 4/5 4/12 4/16 4/19 4/26 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17

REVIEW

1925

4/9 4/14 4/18 4/21 4/23 4/24 5/12 5/16 5/16

(9-9)

1929

4/8 Oglethorpe (10) 4/9 Oglethorpe 4/17 Hiwassee 4/30 Maryville 5/11 Kentucky 5/11 Kentucky (10) 5/17 Vanderbilt 5/18 Vanderbilt

(3-9)

5-3 W 8-5 W 5-0 W 5-11 L 8-21 L 0-1 L 4-5 L 1-2 L 2-7 L 1-8 L 1-9 L 4-18 L

OPPONENTS

Maryville Alabama Alabama Mississippi A&M Mississippi A&M Notre Dame Maryville Cumberland (Ky.) Cumberland (Ky.) Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Ole Miss Ole Miss Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Kentucky State Kentucky State Maryville

8-10 L 21-14 W 3-0 W 4-8 L 3-2 W 1-1 T 3-6 L 1-6 L 5-3 W 1-12 L 5-0 W

Kentucky State Rockford Hiwassee Oglethorpe Oglethorpe at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia at Georgia Carson-Newman Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

PLAYERS

3/31 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/14 4/15 4/25 4/26 4/29 5/1 5/5 5/6 5/10 5/10 5/12 5/13 5/17

(5-5-1)

1928

4/6 4/19 4/26 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/8 5/12 5/12

COACHES

4/10 4/11 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 5/7 5/8 5/12 5/13 5/17

9-5 W 7-10 L 6-4 W

GENERAL INFO

5/17 Cincinnati 5/18 Kentucky 5/22 Kentucky State

VOLMANAC 5/1 5/5 5/8 5/8 5/14 5/15 5/17 5/21 5/22

Georgia (forfeit) Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Kentucky Kentucky Maryville Kentucky Kentucky

1949

3/24 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/8 4/9 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/22 4/23 5/6 5/7 5/13 5/14 5/20 5/21

(6-12, 5-9 SEC 10th)

Michigan State Miami (Ohio) Milligan Milligan Vanderbilt Vanderbilt at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia at Georgia Georgia Tech Georgia Tech at Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky

1950

3/29 4/7 4/8 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/5 5/6 5/13 5/13 5/19 5/20

0-5 L 0-7 L 6-1 W 20-5 W 18-6 W 4-3 W 5-9 L 16-19 L 2-3 L 0-10 L 6-5 W 3-5 L 2-6 L 2-7 L 4-5 L 3-8 L 2-4 L 10-8 W

(8-9, 7-9 SEC 7th)

Miami (Ohio) at Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia at Georgia Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Georgia Georgia Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky

1951

10-10 W 3-2 W 3-4 L 0-5 L 1-14 L 1-6 L 7-8 L 7-15 L 3-11 L

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

(20-3, 16-1 SEC 1st)

College World Series Runner-up District III Champions SEC Champions 3/15 at Florida 12-6 W 3/16 at Florida 3-15 L 4/4 at Georgia Tech 15-11 W 4/5 at Georgia Tech 12-11 W 4/6 at Georgia 5-4 W 4/11 Georgia Tech 2-1 W 4/14 Georgia 6-1 W 4/14 Georgia 2-1 W 4/18 Vanderbilt 17-0 W 4/23 Florida 5-3 W 4/24 Florida 3-2 W 5/1 Vanderbilt 20-2 W 5/2 Vanderbilt 7-6 W 5/4 Kentucky 8-0 W 5/5 Kentucky 9-2 W 5/11 Kentucky (10) 2-1 W 5/12 Kentucky 11-2 W 6/13 1-Utah 1-7 L 6/14 1-Princeton 3-2 W 6/15 1-Springfield 2-0 W 6/16 1-USC 9-8 W 6/16 1-Utah 5-4 W 6/17 1-Oklahoma 2-3 L 1-College World Series; Omaha, Neb.

124

1952

(11-9, 11-7 SEC 4th)

3/28 at Florida 6-7 L 3/29 at Florida 7-8 L 4/2 Georgia 12-3 W 4/3 Georgia 10-5 W 4/4 Florida 1-15 L 4/7 Vanderbilt 6-1 W 4/8 Vanderbilt 4-6 L 4/11 Georgia Tech 7-6 W 4/12 Georgia Tech (15) 5-4 W 4/16 at Georgia Tech 12-1 W 4/17 at Georgia Tech 5-9 L 4/18 at Georgia 4-5 L 4/19 at Georgia 13-7 W 4/29 Vanderbilt 10-7 W 4/29 Vanderbilt 9-2 W 5/2 Kentucky 4-1 W 5/3 Kentucky 3-10 L 5/9 Kentucky 14-5 W 6/5 1-Duke 1-7 L 6/6 1-Florida 5-10 L 1-District III Tournament; Kannapolis, N.C.

Bernard O’Neil

Years: 1953-57 Record: 54-60 Winning Pct: .474 1953

3/28 3/28 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/17 4/21 4/24 4/29 5/2 5/4 5/5 5/9 5/9 5/11 5/12 5/13

(14-8, 6-7 SEC 8th)

Wofford Wofford Lincoln Memorial at Georgia at Georgia at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Florida Florida Milligan Vanderbilt Maryville (14) Kentucky Georgia Tech Maryville Kentucky Kentucky Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Lincoln Memorial Milligan Carson-Newman

1954

9-2 W 6-0 W 15-5 W 3-5 L 7-5 W 2-5 L 3-0 W 1-4 L 4-6 L 18-1 W 8-3 W 6-3 W 3-0 W 2-4 L 9-1 W 1-0 W 0-2 L 17-4 W 1-5 L 1-5 L 22-4 W 18-2 W

(8-17, 4-10 SEC 12th)

3/18 at Auburn 3/20 at Florida State 3/27 Tennessee Tech 3/29 Western Carolina 4/2 Vanderbilt 4/3 Vanderbilt (10) 4/5 Maryville 4/6 Western Carolina 4/9 at Florida 4/10 at Florida 4/12 Georgia 4/13 Georgia 4/17 Florida 4/17 Florida 4/19 Maryville 4/20 Lincoln Memorial 4/21 Carson-Newman 4/26 Tennessee Tech 4/27 Carson-Newman 4/30 Vanderbilt 5/1 Vanderbilt 5/4 Kentucky 5/4 Kentucky 5/8 Kentucky 5/8 Kentucky

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

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1955

(13-8, 8-6 SEC 6th)

1956

(10-13, 7-8 SEC 6th)

1957

(9-14, 4-12 SEC 10th)

3/28 Miami (Ohio) 4/1 Vanderbilt 4/2 Vanderbilt 4/8 Florida 4/9 Florida 4/12 Kentucky 4/12 Kentucky 4/15 Cincinnati 4/15 Cincinnati 4/18 at Georgia 4/19 at Georgia 4/27 Carson-Newman 4/29 Vanderbilt 4/30 Vanderbilt 5/2 Carson-Newman 5/6 at Florida 5/7 at Florida 5/9 Maryville 5/9 Maryville 5/10 Georgia (12) 5/10 Georgia 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/7 4/7 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/25 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/4 5/5 5/8 3/16 3/17 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/12 4/12 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/3 5/4

Parris Island Marines Parris Island Marines Wofford Furman at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn Georgia Georgia Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Kentucky Kentucky at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Carson-Newman Florida Florida Florida Kentucky Kentucky Vanderbilt at Mercer at Robbins AFB Auburn Auburn Auburn Vanderbilt Vanderbilt at Georgia at Georgia at Georgia at Kentucky at Kentucky Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Furman Furman at Florida at Florida at Florida at Carson-Newman Kentucky Kentucky

3-2 W 1-3 L 11-5 W 5-1 W 5-7 L 10-0 W 21-2 W 5-1 W 4-5 L 5-10 L 8-13 L 4-5 L 8-9 L 11-10 W 14-1 W 2-0 W 3-9 L 6-2 W 6-3 W 11-10 W 11-4 W 2-10 L 2-10 L 1-4 L 8-5 W 12-4 W 0-2 L 6-4 W 7-6 W 0-7 L 4-6 L 8-3 W 6-3 W 7-1 W 4-9 L 3-1 W 4-5 L 15-4 W 1-3 L 2-7 L 6-7 L 3-2 W 11-12 L 6-9 L

12-0 W 4-1 W 1-11 L 0-4 L 3-7 L 4-8 L 7-6 W 5-11 L 0-6 L 0-1 L 12-1 W 7-0 W 0-14 L 2-7 L 7-12 L 9-8 W 3-1 W 0-5 L 1-5 L 6-8 L 5-10 L 9-0 W 11-7 W

George Cafego

1958

4-5 L 2-7 L 5-11 L 6-6 T 4-10 L 7-12 L 6-15 L 1-2 L 3-7 L 0-7 L 17-6 W 4-14 L 4-5 L 2-15 L 5-15 L 1-0 W

(15-10, 6-8 SEC 6th East)

at North Georgia at North Georgia at North Georgia at Auburn at Auburn at Florida (10) at Florida at Lincoln Memorial (11) at Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial

15-0 W 3-0 W 4-3 W 1-17 L 10-5 W 2-1 W 1-7 L 7-8 L 5-8 L 12-9 W

Years: 1963-81 Record: 408-308-2 Winning Pct: .570 1963 (11-15, 8-10 SEC 5th East)

3/22 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Milligan Maryville Maryville Kentucky Kentucky Lincoln Memorial Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Tennessee Tech Lincoln Memorial Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Georgia Georgia Georgia Tech Georgia Tech at Florida at Florida at Auburn at Auburn

10-1 W 7-4 W 6-3 W 5-13 L 7-1 W 3-19 L 8-9 L 13-0 W 3-9 L 12-7 W 6-9 L 4-5 L 11-10 W 5-6 L 9-3 W 7-5 W 3-5 L 2-10 L 3-1 W 6-5 W 2-4 L 6-7 L 1-5 L 3-12 L 0-5 L 2-3 L

1966

(22-9, 11-2 SEC 1st East)

SEC East Champions 3/17 1-Middle Tennessee 3/18 *2-Kentucky (11) 3/18 at Florida State 3/19 at Florida State 3/21 at Georgia Southern 3/22 at Georgia Southern 3/25 Vanderbilt 3/26 Vanderbilt (7) 3/28 Tennessee Tech 3/31 at Carson-Newman 4/1 at Kentucky 4/2 at Kentucky 4/4 Maryville 4/6 at Tennessee Tech (7) 4/6 at Tennessee Tech (7) 4/9 Notre Dame (7) 4/9 Notre Dame (7) 4/11 at Maryville (7) 4/15 Kentucky

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

6-11 L 13-11 W 8-7 W 6-8 L 6-4 W 1-6 L 11-1 W 15-2 W 4-6 L 12-0 W 11-8 W 13-4 W 8-3 W 2-3 L 9-4 W 4-2 W 4-0 W 26-2 W 3-2 W

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MEDIA INFO

1961

3/22 3/23 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/15 4/18

5-9 L 3-11 L 3-15 L 5-5 T 8-13 L 6-17 L 1-6 L 13-0 W 11-0 W 4-3 W 6-5 W 3-7 L 1-4 L 11-3 W 9-28 L 2-1 W 6-2 W 11-13 L 2-7 L 7-5 W 8-2 W 7-9 L 1-12 L

(14-10, 8-5 SEC 3rd East)

Georgia Southern at Florida at Florida at Auburn Miami (Ohio) (7) Miami (Ohio) (7) Kentucky Kentucky (7) Maryville at Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt at Milligan at Kentucky at Kentucky Xavier Xavier Tennessee Tech at Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Georgia (10) Georgia Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

VOLMANAC

at Kentucky at Kentucky Carson-Newman at Carson-Newman (11) at Tennessee Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky at Maryville Florida Florida Auburn Auburn at Georgia Lincoln Memorial at Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt

1965

3/17 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/7 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/7 5/8

RECORDS & HONORS

Bill Wright

1960 (9-13-1, 5-12 SEC 7th East)

4/1 4/2 4/6 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/28 4/29 5/2 5/3 5/6 5/10 5/13 5/14 5/14

11-3 W 2-3 L 2-5 L 0-7 L 4-9 L 4-5 L 6-9 L 3-6 L 5-2 W 11-8 W 8-12 L 10-2 W 1-4 L 3-1 W 2-8 L 3-8 L 4-5 L 4-3 W 6-1 W 22-4 W 17-12 W 3-2 W 14-4 W 10-9 W 17-8 W 6-4 W

6-4 W 3-0 W 6-3 W 7-15 L 2-4 L 15-0 W 2-6 L 13-7 W 5-4 W 4-3 W 4-10 L 7-18 L 2-0 W 10-2 W 0-6 L 5-15 L 2-5 L 3-1 W 2-1 W 6-1 W 0-6 L 5-7 L 13-3 W 8-12 L 3-4 L 4-3 W 3-7 L 6-4 W 20-3 W 4-11 L 18-1 W

REVIEW

6-4 W 2-6 L 3-17 L 5-3 W 0-2 L 5-4 W 10-5 W 2-1 W 4-10 L 0-16 L 2-8 L 8-1 W 2-9 L 2-16 L 12-2 W 12-2 W 21-7 W 8-10 L

(14-12, 9-7 SEC 4th East)

North Georgia North Georgia Carson-Newman Carson-Newman at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial Kentucky Kentucky Auburn Auburn Florida Florida Kentucky (11) Kentucky Kentucky Maryville Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

(17-14, 8-9 SEC 4th East)

OPPONENTS

(9-9, 4-8 SEC 6th East)

Lincoln Memorial Georgia Georgia Kentucky Kentucky Maryville (10) Tennessee Tech Vanderbilt (10) Vanderbilt at Florida at Florida Kentucky Kentucky Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Maryville Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

1962

3/22 3/22 3/23 3/24 4/4 4/5 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/8

1964

3/18 Jacksonville 3/19 Jacksonville 3/20 1-Clemson 3/21 at Florida State 3/24 Maryville 3/27 Maryville 3/28 Carson-Newman 3/30 Cornell 3/31 Cornell 3/31 Cornell 4/3 Kentucky 4/4 Kentucky 4/10 Vanderbilt 4/11 Vanderbilt 4/14 Carson-Newman 4/15 Tennessee Tech 4/17 Kentucky 4/18 Kentucky 4/18 Kentucky 4/20 Lincoln Memorial 4/22 at Auburn 4/23 at Auburn 4/24 Florida 4/25 Florida 4/29 at Georgia Tech 4/30 at Georgia Tech 5/1 at Georgia 5/6 Milligan 5/8 Vanderbilt 5/9 Vanderbilt 5/9 Vanderbilt 1-at Tallahassee, Fla.

PLAYERS

1959

3/31 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/17 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/11 5/12 5/15 5/16

(2-13-1, 1-10 SEC 12th)

at Georgia Tech (11) at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Carson-Newman (11) at Lincoln Memorial Florida Florida Kentucky Kentucky Cincinnati Cincinnati at Carson-Newman at Georgia at Georgia at Kentucky at Kentucky

7-2 W 0-3 L 3-4 L 7-12 L 1-8 L 1-20 L 6-8 L 3-1 W 10-3 W 11-7 W 4-3 W 6-3 W 14-4 W 10-4 W 3-1 W

COACHES

3/28 3/29 3/30 4/3 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/12 4/12 4/16 4/16 4/19 4/28 4/29 5/3 5/3

4/19 Carson-Newman 4/21 at Kentucky 4/21 at Kentucky 4/26 Georgia Tech 4/27 Georgia Tech 4/28 Georgia 4/29 Georgia 5/3 Kentucky 5/4 Kentucky 5/5 at Maryville 5/6 Maryville 5/12 at Vanderbilt 5/12 at Vanderbilt 5/13 *at Vanderbilt 5/13 *at Vanderbilt * Did not count in SEC record

GENERAL INFO

Years: 1958-62 Record: 49-57-2 Winning Pct: .463

VOLMANAC 4/16 Kentucky 9-4 W 4/23 at Georgia (7) 5-4 W 4/23 at Georgia (7) 4-3 W 4/26 Lincoln Memorial 10-5 W 4/27 Auburn 1-6 L 4/28 Auburn 7-3 W 4/29 Florida 0-2 L 5/5 Milligan 14-2 W 5/6 at Vanderbilt 16-4 W 5/7 at Vanderbilt 19-1 W 5/11 3-Mississippi State 4-7 L 5/14 3-Mississippi State 3-9 L 1-Chattanooga, Tenn.; 2-Tallahassee, Fla.; 3-SEC Playoffs, Game 1 in Knoxville, Game 2 in Columbus, Miss. * Did not count in SEC record

1967

(14-16, 8-9 SEC 4th East)

3/18 Middle Tennessee 9-6 W 3/20 at Clemson 6-5 W 3/20 at Clemson 2-6 L 3/22 1-Taylor 5-0 W 3/23 1-at The Citadel 0-1 L 3/24 1-Boston 3-1 W 3/27 Vanderbilt 6-2 W 3/28 Vanderbilt (6) 5-1 W 3/31 Kentucky 1-4 L 4/1 Kentucky 1-3 L 4/5 at Tennessee Tech (7) 3-5 L 4/5 at Tennessee Tech (7) 0-7 L 4/7 Georgia 3-2 W 4/8 Georgia (7) 0-1 L 4/8 Georgia (7) 3-1 W 4/11 at Carson-Newman 4-9 L 4/14 at Kentucky 7-0 W 4/15 at Kentucky 2-0 W 4/19 Carson-Newman 2-1 W 4/21 at Auburn (10) 1-2 L 4/22 at Auburn (7) 2-4 L 4/22 at Auburn (7) 0-5 L 4/25 at ETSU 4-2 W 4/28 at Vanderbilt 15-0 W 4/29 at Vanderbilt 8-3 W 5/3 Tennessee Tech (12) 4-5 L 5/3 Tennessee Tech (7) 1-6 L 5/5 at Florida 6-8 L 5/6 at Florida (7) 1-10 L 5/6 at Florida (7) 0-1 L 1-The Citadel Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

1968 (20-12, 8-5 SEC 2nd East)

3/15 at Chattanooga 8-5 W 3/18 1-UCLA 0-1 L 3/19 1-Oregon 3-2 W 3/20 1-Mississippi State 1-4 L 3/21 1-BYU 2-12 L 3/21 1-Cal.-Riverside 1-4 L 3/22 1-Pittsburgh 0-4 L 3/23 1-Kansas 7-5 W 3/26 Tennessee Tech (7) 2-1 W 3/26 Tennessee Tech (7) 7-6 W 3/29 at Kentucky 8-3 W 3/30 at Kentucky 7-3 W 4/3 at Georgia Tech 20-9 W 4/4 at Georgia Tech 5-4 W 4/6 at Georgia (7) 0-1 L 4/6 at Georgia (7) 2-4 L 4/12 Kentucky 6-0 W 4/13 Kentucky 6-2 W 4/15 Eastern Michigan (7) 1-3 L 4/15 Eastern Michigan (7) 3-1 W 4/17 Carson-Newman 2-5 L 4/19 Vanderbilt 9-0 W 4/20 Vanderbilt 9-1 W 4/26 Auburn 3-4 L 4/30 Carson-Newman 8-2 W 5/3 at Vanderbilt 14-3 W 5/4 at Vanderbilt 6-1 W 5/7 at ETSU (7) 5-1 W 5/7 at ETSU (7) 3-1 W 5/10 Florida 0-5 L 5/11 Florida (7) 1-6 L 5/17 Georgia Tech 6-1 W 1-National Collegiate Invitational (Riverside, Calif.)

126

1969 (19-15, 9-5 SEC 2nd East)

3/19 at Birmingham Southern 4-1 W 3/20 1-Arkansas State (7) 0-4 L 3/20 1-at Alabama (7) 1-2 L 3/21 1-Arkansas State (7) 3-1 W 3/21 1-at Alabama (7) 1-3 L 3/22 1-Arkansas State (7) 5-7 L 3/22 1-at Alabama (8) 3-2 W 3/24 at Mississippi State 10-7 W 3/25 at Mississippi State 8-2 W 3/26 at Ole Miss 5-8 L 3/28 Kentucky 8-3 W 3/31 at Florida (7) 4-1 W 3/31 at Florida (7) 0-5 L 4/1 at Florida 6-2 W 4/4 Georgia (7) 9-3 W 4/4 Georgia (7) 7-3 W 4/5 Georgia 7-13 L 4/8 Eastern Michigan (7) 9-1 W 4/8 Eastern Michigan (7) 7-9 L 4/11 at Kentucky 7-0 W 4/12 at Kentucky (12) 4-5 L 4/16 at Chattanooga (10) 2-3 L 4/22 at Tennessee Tech (7) 3-0 W 4/22 at Tennessee Tech (7) 0-5 L 4/23 Carson-Newman 2-3 L 4/25 at Auburn (7) 5-3 W 4/25 at Auburn (7) 7-11 L 4/26 at Auburn 3-4 L 4/29 Carson-Newman 5-4 W 4/30 Miami (Ohio) 6-10 L 5/2 at Vanderbilt 4-1 W 5/3 at Vanderbilt 9-3 W 5/6 ETSU (7) 6-0 W 5/6 ETSU (7) 5-4 W 1-Alabama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

1970 (24-10, 12-3 SEC 1st East)

SEC East Champions 3/20 1-Navy 5-6 L 3/21 at Jacksonville 7-6 W 3/21 1-Navy 8-9 L 3/23 at South Alabama 6-0 W 3/24 at South Alabama 8-6 W 3/25 at Birmingham Southern 10-0 W 3/27 Auburn (7) 2-1 W 3/27 Auburn (7) 0-1 L 3/28 Auburn 1-0 W 3/31 Bradley 10-3 W 3/31 Bradley 6-2 W 4/3 at Georgia (7) 2-4 L 4/3 at Georgia (7) 8-0 W 4/4 at Georgia 16-8 W 4/10 Kentucky 7-0 W 4/11 Kentucky 11-5 W 4/16 Carson-Newman 1-6 L 4/18 Vanderbilt (7) 10-6 W 4/18 Vanderbilt (7) 13-6 W 4/21 Tennessee Tech (7) 7-1 W 4/21 Tennessee Tech (7) 4-2 W 4/24 at Vanderbilt 20-1 W 5/1 at Kentucky 3-2 W 5/3 Carson-Newman 15-9 W 5/5 Chattanooga (7) 3-1 W 5/5 Chattanooga (7) 3-1 W 5/6 Chattanooga (7) 3-4 L 5/6 Chattanooga (7) 3-4 L 5/8 Florida (7) 7-3 W 5/8 Florida (7) 0-7 L 5/9 Florida 5-0 W 5/13 2-Mississippi State 8-4 W 5/15 2-at Mississippi State (10) 3-4 L 5/16 2-at Mississippi State 0-1 L 1-Jacksonville, Fla.; 2-SEC Playoffs, Game 1 in Knoxville, Games 2 and 3 in Starkville, Miss.

1971 (15-15-1, 7-7 SEC 4th East)

3/16 3/17 3/18

at Furman at South Carolina (10) at South Carolina

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7-6 W 6-7 L 5-2 W

3/19 at The Citadel (12) 3/20 at The Citadel 3/22 1-Virginia Tech (7) 3/22 at Ga. Southern (10) 3/23 at Georgia Southern 3/24 at Georgia Tech 3/26 at Auburn (7) 3/26 at Auburn (8) 3/30 Chattanooga (7) 3/30 Chattanooga (7) 4/2 Georgia (7) 4/2 Georgia (7) 4/3 Georgia 4/9 at Vanderbilt 4/10 at Vanderbilt 4/14 Eastern Michigan 4/15 Eastern Michigan 4/16 Vanderbilt 4/17 Vanderbilt 4/19 at Tennessee Tech (7) 4/19 at Tennessee Tech (7) 4/21 Carson-Newman 4/24 at Kentucky (7) 4/24 at Kentucky (7) 4/27 Carson-Newman 4/30 at Florida (7) 4/30 at Florida (7) 5/1 at Florida 1-at Statesboro, Ga.

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

1972 (19-14, 7-6 SEC 2nd East)

3/15 at Chattanooga (7) 6-1 W 3/15 at Chattanooga (7) 12-0 W 3/18 Eastern Kentucky (7) 9-0 W 3/20 1-Stanford 3-8 L 3/21 1-Cornell 2-4 L 3/22 1-UCLA 2-5 L 3/23 1-Arizona State 5-11 L 3/24 1-at Cal.-Riverside 2-4 L 3/24 1-Santa Clara 6-10 L 3/25 1-South Carolina 3-4 L 4/1 at Georgia (7) 4-3 W 4/1 at Georgia (8) 8-5 W 4/4 Tennessee Tech (7) 7-4 W 4/4 Tennessee Tech (7) 13-0 W 4/7 Vanderbilt 2-3 L 4/8 Vanderbilt 12-13 L 4/14 at Vanderbilt 3-4 L 4/15 at Vanderbilt 6-4 W 4/18 Carson-Newman 2-0 W 4/20 Maryville 11-0 W 4/22 at Kentucky (7) 4-2 W 4/22 at Kentucky (7) 3-2 W 4/25 Carson-Newman 22-4 W 4/28 Florida (7) 2-0 W 4/28 Florida (10) 5-6 L 4/29 Florida 2-4 L 5/1 Austin Peay (7) 6-1 W 5/1 Austin Peay (7) 4-1 W 5/5 Kentucky 9-2 W 5/6 Kentucky 1-4 L 5/7 at Milligan (7) 2-7 L 5/7 at Milligan (8) 6-3 W 5/9 Maryville 9-1 W 1-National Collegiate Invitational (Riverside, Calif.)

1973 (20-15, 9-7 SEC 2nd East)

3/17 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/30 3/30

at LSU (7) at LSU (7) at LSU at Tulane at South Alabama 1-Yale (7) at South Alabama at Auburn (7) at Auburn (7) at Auburn Chattanooga (7) Chattanooga (7) Georgia (7) Georgia (7)

0-3 L 7-10 L 8-7 W 2-11 L 4-12 L 6-4 W 3-1 W 0-2 L 1-3 L 16-0 W 6-4 W 8-1 W 3-0 W 7-2 W

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13-7 W 4-1 W 3-2 W 8-2 W 3-1 W 2-3 L 15-16 L 8-10 L 10-9 W

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VOLMANAC

1978 (25-21, 11-12 SEC 3rd East)

3/7 3/11 3/11 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21

RECORDS & HONORS

3-5 L 1-4 L 8-4 W 1-8 L 2-1 W 4-5 L 5-11 L 1-15 L 9-3 W 2-1 W

8-0 W 16-2 W 9-2 W 6-9 L 1-0 W 4-5 L 4-5 L 0-8 L 3-4 L 4-3 W 1-11 L 9-5 W 1-10 L 11-5 W 12-2 W 8-3 W 10-1 W 3-2 W 8-3 W 3-0 W 12-6 W 6-8 L 8-3 W 7-9 L 5-4 W 2-7 L 8-1 W 9-6 W 4-3 W 2-0 W 6-4 W 9-6 W 4-0 W 3-7 L 13-12 W 2-5 L 2-3 L 16-3 W

REVIEW

1-at Alabama (7) 1-Clemson (7) 1-Clemson (7) 1-at Alabama (7) Ohio (9) Ohio (7) 2-Ohio State 2-Princeton (7) at Stetson 2-at Rollins

Slippery Rock (7) Slippery Rock (7) Slippery Rock (7) at Chattanooga at Georgia (7) at Georgia (9) at Georgia at Valdosta State 1-Cincinnati (8) 1-at Rollins 1-Wisconsin (8) 1-Cincinnati 2-Central Florida 1-at Rollins 1-Wisconsin (7) Detroit Florida (7) Florida (7) Florida Chattanooga at Lincoln Memorial at Vanderbilt (7) at Vanderbilt (7) at Vanderbilt Kentucky (7) Kentucky (7) Kentucky Lincoln Memorial Georgia (7) Georgia (7) Georgia at Carson-Newman Tennessee Tech (7) Tennessee Tech (7) Carson-Newman at Florida (7) at Florida (8) at Florida

OPPONENTS

1975 (32-16, 10-7 SEC 2nd East)

3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/26

1976 (33-17, 15-9 SEC 2nd East)

3/16 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/27 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/24

1977 (24-24-1, 11-12 SEC 3rd East)

3/9 at Carson-Newman 10-12 L 3/13 Kentucky (7) 6-5 W 3/13 Kentucky (7) 4-7 L 3/14 Appalachian State 10-4 W 3/16 at Chattanooga 6-1 W 3/17 at Columbus College 10-6 W 3/18 at Valdosta State 5-17 L 3/19 at Florida (7) 7-4 W 3/19 at Florida (7) 4-8 L 3/20 at Florida 11-8 W 3/21 1-at Rollins (8) 3-13 L 3/22 1-Northwestern 5-13 L 3/22 at Stetson 5-7 L 3/23 1-Yale 7-0 W 3/24 1-at Rollins (10) 12-12 T 3/25 1-Northwestern 5-7 L 3/26 1-Yale 3-4 L 3/29 Austin Peay (7) 3-2 W 3/30 Austin Peay (5) 4-1 W 3/31 Detroit (7) 11-0 W 3/31 Detroit (7) 10-2 W 4/2 Georgia (7) 2-1 W 4/2 Georgia (7) 9-3 W 4/3 Georgia (10) 3-5 L 4/6 Chattanooga (7) 22-11 W 4/8 Florida (10) 2-1 W 4/8 Florida (7) 9-14 L 4/9 Florida 8-7 W 4/12 2-Carson-Newman 7-6 W 4/13 Liberty 10-7 W 4/14 at Lincoln Memorial 2-3 L 4/16 at Vanderbilt (7) 0-6 L 4/16 at Vanderbilt (7) 1-6 L 4/17 at Vanderbilt 2-6 L 4/19 at Tennessee Tech (7) 6-9 L 4/19 at Tennessee Tech (7) 8-12 L 4/22 at South Carolina 2-7 L 4/26 at Kentucky (7) 3-4 L 4/26 at Kentucky (7) 8-2 W 4/27 at Kentucky 1-8 L 4/28 Lincoln Memorial 8-2 W 4/30 at Georgia (7) 0-8 L 4/30 at Georgia (7) 2-13 L 5/1 at Georgia 4-3 W 5/4 3-Virginia Tech (13) 4-5 L 5/5 Maryville 6-4 W 5/6 Vanderbilt (7) 2-0 W 5/6 Vanderbilt (7) 5-3 W 5/7 Vanderbilt 2-8 L 1-Rollins Invitational Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.); 2-at Oak Ridge, Tenn.; 3-at Kingsport, Tenn.

PLAYERS

1-7 L 2-3 L 5-3 W 8-12 L 5-2 W 7-8 L 3-7 L 7-4 W 2-0 W 9-1 W 1-2 L 9-3 W 6-7 L 8-3 W 13-4 W 7-0 W 4-0 W 1-5 L 4-3 W 18-2 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 3-4 L 3-11 L 6-3 W 13-2 W 11-6 W 1-0 W 4-5 L 15-5 W 8-2 W 2-5 L 4-0 W 8-0 W 0-5 L 8-3 W 13-5 W 3-2 W 0-7 L 6-10 L 6-1 W 6-3 W 2-1 W 5-0 W

4/27 at Kentucky (7) 2-6 L 4/27 at Kentucky (7) 0-1 L 4/28 at Kentucky 9-6 W 5/4 at Maryville 5-1 W 5/5 ETSU 12-0 W 5/6 ETSU 6-3 W 5/7 Vanderbilt (7) 6-2 W 5/7 Vanderbilt (7) 8-1 W 5/8 Vanderbilt 3-2 W 5/9 3-Virginia Tech 2-7 L 5/10 4-Kentucky 5-8 L 5/12 Maryville 13-0 W 1-Rollins Invitational Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.); 2-at Sanford, Fla.; 3-at Kingsport, Tenn.; 4-Eastern Division Playoff (Nashville, Tenn.)

COACHES

1974 (29-15, 10-7 SEC 3rd East)

3/15 at Stetson 3/16 at Stetson 3/17 1-Delaware 3/18 at Rollins 3/19 at Rollins 3/20 at Florida 3/21 at Florida (10) 3/22 at Florida State 3/23 at Florida State 3/25 Auburn 3/26 Auburn (7) 3/26 Auburn (8) 3/29 at Georgia 3/30 at Georgia (7) 3/30 at Georgia (7) 4/2 Chattanooga (7) 4/2 Chattanooga (7) 4/5 Vanderbilt 4/6 Vanderbilt 4/9 Maryville 4/10 Tennessee Tech (7) 4/10 Tennessee Tech (7) 4/12 at Vanderbilt 4/13 at Vanderbilt 4/15 at Chattanooga (7) 4/16 at Chattanooga (7) 4/17 Milligan (7) 4/17 Milligan (7) 4/19 at Kentucky (7) 4/20 at Kentucky 4/21 at Lincoln Memorial 4/22 Carson-Newman 4/22 Carson-Newman 4/24 Lincoln Memorial 4/26 Florida (7) 4/26 Florida (7) 4/27 Florida 4/29 ETSU (7) 4/29 ETSU (7) 5/1 at ETSU (7) 5/1 at ETSU (7) 5/3 Kentucky 5/4 Kentucky 5/6 Maryville 1-at Deland, Fla.

3/27 2-Ohio State 7-2 W 3/27 at Central Florida 3-4 L 3/28 2-Princeton 5-3 W 3/29 2-at Rollins 11-1 W 3/31 Chattanooga (7) 12-1 W 3/31 Chattanooga (7) 5-1 W 4/1 Western Michigan (7) 8-7 W 4/1 Western Michigan (7) 7-3 W 4/2 Western Michigan 2-1 W 4/4 at Vanderbilt 14-1 W 4/5 at Vanderbilt 6-3 W 4/7 Chattanooga (7) 4-2 W 4/7 Chattanooga (7) 15-2 W 4/8 Maryville 13-6 W 4/9 at Tennessee Tech (7) 0-9 L 4/9 at Tennessee Tech (7) 6-4 W 4/11 Vanderbilt 11-10 W 4/12 Vanderbilt 8-3 W 4/14 Carson-Newman (6) 6-0 W 4/19 at Kentucky 1-2 L 4/20 at Kentucky 5-2 W 4/21 Carson-Newman 4-0 W 4/22 Lincoln Memorial 11-1 W 4/25 at Florida (7) 2-5 L 4/25 at Florida (7) 5-3 W 4/26 at Florida 4-9 L 4/28 Georgia 6-9 L 4/29 Georgia (7) 0-2 L 4/29 Georgia (9) 7-3 W 5/2 Lincoln Memorial 10-14 L 5/4 Kentucky (7) 0-8 L 5/4 Kentucky (9) 4-2 W 5/5 ETSU (8) 4-3 W 5/5 ETSU (7) 6-4 W 5/9 at Auburn (9) 4-3 W 5/9 at Auburn (7) 11-6 W 5/10 at Auburn 4-10 L 5/12 at Maryville (5) 3-0 W 1-Joe Sewell Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); 2-Rollins Invitational Tournament (Winter Park, Fla.)

GENERAL INFO

3/31 Georgia 11-2 W 4/3 at Tennessee Tech (7) 7-0 W 4/3 at Tennessee Tech (7) 5-3 W 4/6 at Vanderbilt 8-9 L 4/11 Maryville 26-4 W 4/13 Vanderbilt 12-1 W 4/14 Vanderbilt 2-5 L 4/15 at Milligan (7) 6-9 L 4/15 at Milligan (7) 2-3 L 4/20 Kentucky 6-0 W 4/21 Kentucky 14-5 W 4/23 Carson-Newman 7-6 W 4/27 at Florida (7) 0-2 L 4/27 at Florida (7) 3-7 L 4/28 at Florida 4-15 L 4/30 Carson-Newman 5-10 L 5/2 ETSU (7) 0-1 L 5/2 ETSU (7) 13-2 W 5/4 at Kentucky 12-10 W 5/5 at Kentucky 13-6 W 5/7 at Maryville 4-2 W 1-at Mobile, Ala.

VOLMANAC 3/21 at Valdosta State (7) 3/22 at Valdosta State 3/23 at Florida (7) 3/23 at Florida (7) 3/24 at Florida 3/28 Tennessee Wesleyan 3/30 Lincoln Memorial 4/1 Lewis (7) 4/1 Lewis (7) 4/2 Lewis 4/3 at Lincoln Memorial 4/5 Chattanooga (10) 4/7 Florida (7) 4/7 Florida (7) 4/8 Florida 4/10 at Carson-Newman 4/12 Maryville 4/15 at Vanderbilt (7) 4/15 at Vanderbilt (7) 4/16 at Vanderbilt 4/18 at Kentucky (9) 4/18 at Kentucky (7) 4/19 at Kentucky (5) 4/22 South Carolina 4/23 South Carolina 4/24 Austin Peay (7) 4/24 Austin Peay (7) 4/27 Tennessee Tech (7) 4/27 Tennessee Tech (7) 4/29 Georgia (7) 4/29 Georgia (7) 4/30 Georgia 5/2 at ETSU 5/6 Vanderbilt (8) 5/6 Vanderbilt (7) 5/7 Vanderbilt 5/9 at Maryville 1-at Valdosta, Ga.

3-6 L 7-8 L 1-4 L 1-5 L 1-8 L 2-4 L 12-0 W 3-11 L 2-1 W 4-2 W 16-5 W 2-4 L 3-4 L 5-7 L 4-2 W 12-4 W 9-6 W 3-6 L 11-1 W 6-11 L 3-5 L 6-4 W 2-3 L 4-14 L 6-11 L 4-6 L 6-1 W 12-8 W 7-5 W 3-1 W 10-3 W 1-13 L 10-6 W 3-2 W 10-5 W 5-4 W 8-6 W

1979 (25-22, 10-14 SEC 4th East)

3/6 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/2

at Carson-Newman Tennessee Wesleyan at Georgia (7) at Georgia (7) at Georgia Milligan Kentucky (7) Kentucky (7) Kentucky at Chattanooga at Jacksonville State at Alabama at Ole Miss (7) at Ole Miss (7) at David Lipscomb ETSU at Florida (7) at Florida (7) at Florida Maryville at Kentucky (9) at Kentucky (7) at Kentucky (7) Carson-Newman (10) at Vanderbilt (7) at Vanderbilt (7) at Vanderbilt Maryville at Tennessee Tech (7) at Tennessee Tech (7) Austin Peay at Milligan Tennessee Wesleyan at Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Georgia (7) Georgia (7) Georgia Florida (7) Florida (7) Florida

128

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

5/3 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/8 5/8

at ETSU Vanderbilt (7) Vanderbilt (7) Vanderbilt Memphis State (7) Memphis State (7)

2-6 L 5-7 L 3-5 L 1-0 W 9-4 W 4-6 L

1980 (23-21, 6-14 SEC 5th East)

2/29 3/5 3/8 3/8 3/11 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/26 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/8 5/9

at South Carolina 0-15 L Tennessee Tech 15-3 W Kentucky (7) 3-2 W Kentucky (7) 4-7 L Chattanooga 7-6 W at Kentucky (7) 3-4 L at Kentucky (7) 2-4 L at Kentucky 11-4 W at Georgia State 17-10 W at Southeastern La. 10-11 L at Tulane (7) 2-0 W at Tulane (7) 4-3 W at Tulane 7-8 L at Auburn 3-5 L at Auburn 2-4 L Maryville 10-0 W at Georgia 5-8 L Memphis State 12-11 W Memphis State 5-2 W Florida (7) 1-6 L Florida (7) 8-9 L Florida 11-12 L at Vanderbilt (7) 6-1 W at Vanderbilt (7) 5-10 L at Vanderbilt 8-6 W Lincoln Memorial 13-5 W Southeast Louisiana 12-6 W at Carson-Newman 15-2 W Georgia (7) 6-4 W Georgia (7) 7-8 L Georgia 2-5 L Austin Peay 17-6 W at Maryville 5-2 W at Lincoln Memorial 13-9 W at Vanderbilt (7) 1-2 L at Vanderbilt (7) 3-9 L Carson-Newman 4-3 W at Tennessee Tech (7) 2-6 L at Tennessee Tech (7) 8-4 W at Florida (7) 3-8 L at Florida (7) 0-2 L at Florida 8-6 W Clemson 13-7 W Clemson 3-11 L

1981 (22-27, 10-13 SEC 3rd East)

3/2 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/11

Carson-Newman 12-3 W at Memphis State (7) 1-2 L at Memphis State (7) 3-5 L at Memphis State 1-6 L Tennessee Wesleyan (7) 16-5 W Georgia (7) 0-8 L Georgia (7) 4-3 W Georgia (10) 16-14 W at Baptist College 13-6 W 1-Austin Peay (10) 10-8 W at Coastal Carolina 11-6 W at Coastal Carolina 10-6 W 2-Ohio State 7-0 W at Clemson 3-5 L at Clemson 10-4 W at Kentucky (7) 1-5 L at Kentucky (7) 5-6 L at Kentucky 5-2 W Alabama 6-11 L Alabama 8-18 L at Florida (7) 4-11 L at Florida (7) 1-12 L at Florida 4-8 L at Carson-Newman 12-5 W South Carolina 4-7 L Chattanooga 6-4 W Kentucky (8) 6-5 W

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4/11 Kentucky (7) 5-10 L 4/12 Kentucky 4-3 W 4/15 at ETSU 10-9 W 4/19 Vanderbilt (7) 1-2 L 4/19 Vanderbilt (6) 2-6 L 4/21 Florida 11-9 W 4/22 Florida (7) 4-0 W 4/22 Florida (7) 7-10 L 4/25 at Georgia (8) 1-2 L 4/25 at Georgia 16-10 W 4/26 at Georgia 13-7 W 4/27 Memphis State 6-8 L 4/28 Memphis State 1-2 L 4/29 South Alabama 2-8 L 4/30 South Alabama 6-8 L 5/2 at Vanderbilt (7) 7-4 W 5/2 at Vanderbilt (7) 8-9 L 5/3 at Vanderbilt 12-14 L 5/5 at Tennessee Tech (7) 2-3 L 5/5 at Tennessee Tech (8) 4-3 W 5/7 Tennessee Tech (7) 3-7 L 5/7 Tennessee Tech (7) 3-4 L 1-at Conway, S.C.; 2-at Clemson, S.C.

John Whited

Years: 1982-87 Record: 145-109 Winning Pct: .571

1982 (29-17, 13-9 SEC 2nd East)

3/2 Tennessee Wesleyan 1-0 W 3/3 Maryville 9-0 W 3/4 at Tennessee Tech (7) 5-8 L 3/4 at Tennessee Tech (7) 2-3 L 3/10 Lincoln Memorial 7-2 W 3/13 at Georgia (7) 13-9 W 3/13 at Georgia (7) 14-6 W 3/14 at Georgia 2-10 L 3/17 at Carson-Newman 12-6 W 3/20 Kentucky (7) 6-1 W 3/20 Kentucky (8) 3-2 W 3/22 at Georgia Tech 9-3 W 3/23 at West Georgia 9-1 W 3/25 at Middle Tennessee (7) 6-1 W 3/27 at Vanderbilt (7) 5-8 L 3/27 at Vanderbilt (7) 4-2 W 3/28 at Vanderbilt 14-9 W 3/30 Eastern Kentucky 5-3 W 4/1 David Lipscomb 6-2 W 4/3 Florida (7) 6-5 W 4/3 Florida (7) 2-4 L 4/4 Florida 1-8 L 4/10 Middle Tennessee 0-8 L 4/13 Carson-Newman 10-0 W 4/14 Chattanooga 9-4 W 4/18 Georgia (7) 9-4 W 4/18 Georgia (7) 5-3 W 4/22 at Tennessee Wesleyan 4-5 L 4/24 at Kentucky (7) 9-7 W 4/24 at Kentucky (7) 4-5 L 4/25 at Kentucky (12) 8-7 W 4/27 at Alabama 1-14 L 4/28 at Alabama 3-15 L 5/1 Vanderbilt (7) 4-7 L 5/1 Vanderbilt (7) 15-0 W 5/2 Vanderbilt 9-13 L 5/4 Tennessee Tech 11-3 W 5/5 Georgia State 6-4 W 5/8 at Florida (7) 2-12 L 5/8 at Florida (7) 3-2 W 5/9 at Florida 4-6 L 5/14 1-Ole Miss 4-10 L 5/15 1-Alabama 7-6 W 5/16 1-Ole Miss 12-11 W 5/16 1-at Florida 10-7 W 5/17 1-at Florida 3-9 L 1-SEC Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.)

1983 (26-16, 12-7 SEC 2nd East)

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VOLMANAC

1-11 L 9-5 W 5-11 L 7-9 L 12-7 W 7-6 W 4-11 L 4-7 L 3-2 W 7-2 W 21-2 W 6-1 W 7-5 W 4-0 W 15-9 W

RECORDS & HONORS

(27-23, 10-17 SEC 8th)

at SC-Aiken at SC-Aiken at SC-Aiken at SC-Aiken (7) Memphis State Memphis State Alabama Alabama (7) Alabama (7) Tennessee Tech Maryville Tusculum Cincinnati (7) Cincinnati (7) Cincinnati

REVIEW

1986

2/20 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/8 3/9

(17-27, 5-18 SEC 10th)

2/19 at West Florida 4-0 W 2/20 at West Florida (8) 13-1 W 2/25 Tusculum 13-2 W 3/3 Tennessee Tech 9-5 W 3/4 Tennessee Temple 17-1 W 3/7 at Alabama (7) 3-6 L 3/7 at Alabama (7) 2-4 L 3/10 ETSU 19-5 W 3/14 Morehead State (7) 4-2 W 3/14 Morehead State (7) 5-1 W 3/17 UNC Asheville 5-4 W 3/21 Florida (7) 0-7 L 3/21 Florida (7) 1-9 L 3/22 Florida 11-17 L 3/24 at Memphis State 1-24 L 3/25 at Memphis State 5-7 L 3/28 at Kentucky (7) 9-10 L 3/28 at Kentucky (7) 7-5 W 3/29 at Kentucky 5-11 L 4/1 Middle Tennessee 2-7 L 4/8 Austin Peay 4-7 L 4/11 at Mississippi State (7) 4-5 L 4/11 at Mississippi State (7) 3-4 L 4/12 at Mississippi State 5-9 L 4/14 SC-Spartanburg 4-7 L 4/18 Georgia (7) 1-8 L 4/18 Georgia (7) 1-6 L 4/19 Georgia 6-9 L 4/21 ETSU 7-5 W 4/22 Cumberland (Tenn.) 9-4 W 4/25 at Vanderbilt (7) 6-3 W 4/25 at Vanderbilt (7) 4-1 W 4/26 at Vanderbilt 5-10 L 4/28 at Middle Tennessee 7-8 L 4/29 Eastern Kentucky 5-1 W 4/29 Tennessee Wesleyan 5-8 L 5/2 Auburn (9) 4-8 L 5/2 Auburn (7) 2-5 L 5/3 Auburn 2-5 L 5/5 Virginia Tech 3-7 L 5/6 at Winthrop 11-22 L 5/9 at Ole Miss (7) 10-7 W 5/9 at Ole Miss (8) 9-7 W 5/10 at Ole Miss 5-8 L Note: Ronnie Osborne coached the final 25 games (7-18, 4-11 SEC)

OPPONENTS

13-0 W 5-16 L 5-6 L 5-6 L 1-3 L 0-6 L 7-6 W 7-4 W 5-2 W 1-5 L 4-8 L 8-5 W 6-2 W 3-6 L 6-2 W 9-2 W 6-9 L 6-3 W 9-2 W 7-11 L 1-3 L 4-6 L 4-1 W 6-2 W 3-5 L 1-2 L 4-3 W 13-5 W 19-11 W 3-2 W 7-6 W 0-2 L 14-9 W 3-4 L 6-5 W 7-2 W 9-6 W

1987

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

PLAYERS

Tusculum at Auburn (7) at Auburn (8) at Auburn Florida (7) Florida (7) Florida (10) at Western Carolina at Kentucky (7) at Kentucky (7) at Kentucky at Stetson at Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Rollins at Central Florida (8) Georgia (7) Georgia (7) Georgia at Carson-Newman at Vanderbilt (7) at Vanderbilt (7) at Vanderbilt Middle Tennessee at Florida (7) at Florida (7) at Florida Western Carolina at Tennessee Tech Kentucky (7) Kentucky (12) Kentucky (7) Carson-Newman Memphis State Memphis State Tennessee Wesleyan Milligan (7)

1985 (26-23, 10-13 SEC 5th East)

2/21 Cumberland (Tenn.) 10-2 W 2/23 Auburn (7) 7-5 W 2/23 Auburn (8) 5-6 L 2/24 Auburn 5-12 L 2/26 Cumberland (Ky.) 13-1 W 2/27 Maryville 11-10 W 3/2 Vanderbilt (7) 12-4 W 3/2 Vanderbilt (7) 9-2 W 3/3 Vanderbilt 6-0 W 3/5 Tennessee Tech 10-2 W 3/6 at Western Carolina 3-4 L 3/9 at Kentucky (7) 0-2 L 3/9 at Kentucky (7) 6-5 W 3/10 at Kentucky 3-9 L 3/12 Middle Tennessee 9-8 W 3/16 Georgia (8) 4-3 W 3/16 Georgia (7) 3-7 L 3/17 Georgia 17-11 W 3/19 at Western Kentucky 3-4 L 3/20 at Western Kentucky 4-11 L 3/24 at Memphis State (7) 1-10 L 3/24 at Memphis State (7) 1-6 L 3/26 Tusculum 10-4 W 3/27 ETSU 11-1 W 3/31 Florida (7) 1-5 L 3/31 Florida (7) 11-7 W 4/2 Eastern Kentucky 11-10 W 4/3 at Appalachian State 2-10 L 4/6 at Vanderbilt (7) 1-3 L 4/6 at Vanderbilt (7) 0-5 L 4/7 at Vanderbilt 2-7 L 4/9 at Tennessee Tech 8-2 W 4/10 Western Carolina 15-3 W 4/13 Kentucky (7) 4-7 L 4/13 Kentucky (7) 5-9 L 4/14 Kentucky 1-14 L 4/17 Tennessee Wesleyan 9-5 W 4/20 at Georgia (7) 9-8 W 4/20 at Georgia (7) 1-7 L 4/21 at Georgia 12-4 W 4/23 Lincoln Memorial 5-2 W 4/25 Milligan 18-1 W 4/28 at Middle Tennessee (7) 8-5 W 4/28 at Middle Tennessee (9) 6-7 L 4/29 1-Alabama 4-7 L 5/1 at ETSU 14-2 W 5/4 at Florida (7) 1-2 L 5/4 at Florida (7) 1-4 L 5/5 at Florida 9-6 W 1-at Huntsville, Ala. (did not count in SEC record)

3/11 at ETSU 3/12 Cumberland (Tenn.) 3/15 at Florida (10) 3/15 at Florida (7) 3/16 at Florida 3/22 Kentucky (7) 3/22 Kentucky (7) 3/23 Kentucky 3/25 at Southern Miss 3/26 at Southern Miss 3/29 at LSU (11) 3/29 at LSU (7) 3/30 at LSU 4/2 Middle Tennessee 4/5 Mississippi State (7) 4/5 Mississippi State (7) 4/6 Mississippi State 4/9 Western Kentucky 4/12 at Georgia (7) 4/12 at Georgia (7) 4/13 at Georgia 4/16 at ETSU 4/19 Vanderbilt (8) 4/19 Vanderbilt (7) 4/20 Vanderbilt 4/22 Appalachian State 4/23 Tennessee Wesleyan 4/26 at Auburn (10) 4/26 at Auburn (7) 4/27 at Auburn 4/29 Cumberland (Ky.) 4/30 at Middle Tennessee 5/3 Ole Miss (8) 5/3 Ole Miss (7) 5/4 Ole Miss

COACHES

1984 (27-21, 11-12 SEC 2nd East)

2/22 2/25 2/25 2/26 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/25

4/28 at Georgia (11) 3-4 L 4/28 at Georgia (9) 11-7 W 4/29 at Georgia 4-7 L 5/1 1-Alabama 4-8 L 5/5 at Vanderbilt (7) 7-1 W 5/5 at Vanderbilt (7) 2-0 W 5/11 2-Mississippi State 13-11 W 5/12 2-at Florida 2-10 L 5/13 2-Mississippi State 8-3 W 5/14 2-at Florida 3-2 W 5/15 2-at Florida 1-3 L 1-at Chattanooga, Tenn.; 2-SEC Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.)

GENERAL INFO

3/1 Maryville 18-1 W 3/2 Carson-Newman 10-2 W 3/3 Tennessee Tech 6-3 W 3/6 at Vanderbilt (7) 14-5 W 3/6 at Vanderbilt (7) 2-3 L 3/8 at Western Carolina 12-13 L 3/9 Lincoln Memorial (7) 18-3 3/12 Georgia 11-4 W 3/13 Georgia (7) 6-11 L 3/13 Georgia (7) 7-4 W 3/16 Austin Peay 16-0 W 3/19 at Kentucky (7) 6-5 W 3/19 at Kentucky (7) 2-1 W 3/22 at North Carolina (8) 4-5 L 3/23 at South Carolina 8-17 L 3/26 at Florida (7) 0-3 L 3/26 at Florida (7) 2-3 L 4/1 Milligan 12-4 W 4/4 Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 4/11 Vanderbilt (7) 2-1 W 4/11 Vanderbilt (7) 9-1 W 4/12 ETSU (10) 6-5 W 4/13 at Carson-Newman 9-4 W 4/16 at Georgia (7) 2-0 W 4/16 at Georgia (7) 5-4 W 4/17 at Georgia (10) 7-8 L 4/19 at Eastern Kentucky (7) 12-0 W 4/20 Tennessee Wesleyan 6-3 W 4/25 Kentucky (8) 4-3 W 4/25 Kentucky (7) 3-11 L 4/26 at Middle Tennessee 8-2 W 4/27 Western Carolina 21-4 W 4/30 Florida (7) 1-0 W 4/30 Florida (7) 4-3 W 5/1 Florida 4-9 L 5/4 at ETSU (10) 11-10 W 5/6 at Tennessee Tech 10-11 L 5/7 at Memphis State 4-11 L 5/8 at Memphis State 8-9 L 5/13 1-at Mississippi State 20-11 W 5/14 1-Alabama 6-8 L 5/16 1-at Mississippi State 4-9 L 1-SEC Tournament (Starkville, Miss.)

VOLMANAC Mark Connor

Years: 1988-89 Record: 44-65 Winning Pct: .404 1988

2/19 2/20 2/21 2/24 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/30 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/10

1989

2/15 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/25 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/18

(21-29, 9-18 SEC 9th)

at Tampa at Tampa at Florida Southern ETSU Memphis State Memphis State Austin Peay Middle Tennessee at LSU (7) at LSU (7) at LSU (10) Alabama (7) Alabama (7) Alabama (7) at UNLV at UNLV at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at ETSU Tennessee Tech at Florida (