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HUNTER PENCE (2003-04)

DAVE OWEN (1977-79)

STEVE FOSTER (1987-88)

MARK LOWE (2002-04)

JOHN LACKEY (1998)

TREY HILLMAN (1982-85)

RYAN ROBERTS (2002-03)

DANIEL ORTMEIER (2000-02)

ADAM MOORE (2006)

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2010 SCHEDULE

Opponent Site Time (CT) DALLAS BAPTIST ___________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 3:00 PM at Dallas Baptist (DH) _________Dallas, Texas ______________1:00 PM MISSOURI STATE ____________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 3:00 PM MISSOURI STATE ____________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 2:00 PM MISSOURI STATE ____________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS MAVERICK BASEBALL General Information Rosters

1-3 4-6

Clay Gould Ballpark

10-13

Mavericks in the Community/Classroom

14-15

Major League Mavericks

16-22

SEASON OUTLOOK

March

May

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at Oklahoma ________________Norman, Okla. _____________3:00 PM BYU _______________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM BYU _______________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM BYU _______________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM TCU _______________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM CREIGHTON ________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 3:00 PM SAM HOUSTON STATE _______CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM SAM HOUSTON STATE _______CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 2:00 PM SAM HOUSTON STATE _______CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN______CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN______CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 3:00 PM at UTSA ____________________San Antonio, Texas _________6:00 PM at UTSA ____________________San Antonio, Texas _________2:00 PM at UTSA ____________________San Antonio, Texas _________1:00 PM LOUISIANA-MONROE ________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM at Northwestern State ________Natchitoches, La. __________6:30 PM at Northwestern State ________Natchitoches, La. __________2:00 PM at Northwestern State ________Natchitoches, La. __________1:00 PM at TCU _____________________Fort Worth, Texas __________6:30 PM NICHOLLS _________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM NICHOLLS _________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM NICHOLLS _________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM ORAL ROBERTS _____________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM at Southeastern Louisiana _____Hammond, La. ____________6:00 PM at Southeastern Louisiana _____Hammond, La. ____________2:00 PM at Southeastern Louisiana _____Hammond, La. ____________1:00 PM BAYLOR ___________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM at Baylor ___________________Waco, Texas _______________6:30 PM at McNeese State ____________Lake Charles, La. ___________6:30 PM at McNeese State ____________Lake Charles, La. ___________3:00 PM at McNeese State ____________Lake Charles, La. ___________1:00 PM at Texas ____________________Austin, Texas ______________6:05 PM CENTRAL ARKANSAS ________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM CENTRAL ARKANSAS ________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 2:00 PM CENTRAL ARKANSAS ________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM at Oklahoma State ___________Stillwater, Okla. ____________6:30 PM at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ___Corpus Christi, Texas________2:00 PM at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ___Corpus Christi, Texas________2:00 PM at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ___Corpus Christi, Texas________1:00 PM DALLAS BAPTIST ___________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM STEPHEN F. AUSTIN _________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM STEPHEN F. AUSTIN _________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 2:00 PM STEPHEN F. AUSTIN _________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM LAMAR ____________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 6:30 PM LAMAR ____________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 2:00 PM LAMAR ____________________CLAY GOULD BALLPARK __ 1:00 PM at Texas A&M________________College Station, Texas_______6:35 PM at Texas State _______________San Marcos, Texas __________6:30 PM at Texas State _______________San Marcos, Texas __________6:30 PM at Texas State _______________San Marcos, Texas __________1:00 PM Southland Conference Tournament _ Corpus Christi, Texas___________ TBA

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Season Outlook/SLC Preseason Teams and Polls

23-27

Southland Conference

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach Darin Thomas

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Assistant Coach Jay Sirianni

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Assistant Coach K.J. Hendricks

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Fuller Smith/David McLeod

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PLAYER PROFILES Returning Player Profiles

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Newcomer Player Profiles

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OPPONENTS Opponent Information

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All-Time Series Results

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2009 SEASON REVIEW Season Review

90-94

Game Recaps

95-99

Final Statistics

100-101

Game-by-Game Results

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Miscellaneous Statistics

103-110

2009 Maverick Seniors

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Southland Conference Review

115-116

Southland Conference Leaders

117-120

RECORD BOOK/HISTORY Year-By-Year Team Statistics

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Year-By-Year Leaders

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Single-Season/Career Batting Records

125-126

Single-Season/Career Pitching Records

127-128

Individual Single-Game Records

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Team Single-Season Records

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Miscellaneous Records

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Southland Conference Awards

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National Awards/Championship Seasons

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MLB Draft/Free Agent Selections

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Mavericks in the Minor Leagues

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Retired Numbers

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Alumni Weekend

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All-Time Letterwinners

139-140

Scholarships Year-By-Year Results

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EXPERIENCE UT ARLINGTON The University of Texas at Arlington

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College Life

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University and Department Leadership

176-178

Department of Athletics

179-185

Mavericks in the Community

186-187

Athletics Hall of Honor

188-189

Distinguished Alumni

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The 2010 UT Arlington Baseball Information Guide was written, edited and designed by UTA Sports Information Director Scott Lacefield. Special thanks to UTA Senior Associate Athletic Director John Mocek and to previous UTA Information staffs for their historical contributions. Cover design by Scott Lacefield and Dave Seymour. Photography courtesy of Arizona Diamondbacks/Jon Willey, Boston Red Sox/Michael Ivins, Meeks & Norris Photography, Michael Clements, Corpus Christi Hooks, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, FC Dallas, Brian Fleming, Florida Marlins/Denis Bancroft, Patrick Green, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Phil Long, Los Angeles Angels, Major League Baseball, Beth McHenry, Oakland Athletics, opponents’ media relations offices, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners/Ben Van Houten, Southland Conference, Texas Rangers, UTA Publications, Jose Valdez and Vancouver Canadians

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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION School ___________ The University of Texas at Arlington Location _________________________ Arlington, Texas Founded ______________ 1895 (Senior College in 1959) Enrollment _______________________________ 26,500 Nickname _____________________________ Mavericks School Colors __ Royal Blue and White with Orange Trim Affiliation _________________________NCAA Division I Conference ____________________________ Southland President __________________________ James Spaniolo Alma Mater _____________________ Michigan State, ‘68 Director of Athletics ____________________ Pete Carlon Alma Mater _________________________ Iowa State, ‘75 Senior Woman Administrator __________ Debbie Garcia Alma Mater _______________________ UT Arlington, ‘97 Athletic Department Phone___________ (817) 272-2261 Ticket Information __________________ (817) 272-7267 HISTORY First Year of Baseball __________________________1969 All-Time Record ________________ 1,117-1,074-1 (.510) Years in NCAA Tournament _______________________4 Years _______________________ 1990, 1992, 2001, 2006 Last Opponent / Result _ North Carolina State / L, 5-6 (10) COACHING STAFF Head Coach_________________________ Darin Thomas Alma Mater _________________ Oklahoma Christian, ‘89 Graduate _______________________ Fort Hays State, ‘96 Career Record / years _____________________ 56-57 / 2 Record at UTA / years _____________________ 56-57 / 2 Assistant Coaches __________ Jay Sirianni (Nebraska, 01) ____________________ K.J. Hendricks (UT Arlington, ‘08) Volunteer Assistant_________ Fuller Smith (Ole Miss, ‘09) Director of Operations David McLeod (UT Arlington, ‘09) Baseball Office Phone _______________ (817) 272-7625 TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Overall Record _________________________ 30-26 Conference Record / Finish _______________19-13 / 5th Home Record _______________________________ 20-7 Away Record ________________________________ 8-15 Neutral Record _______________________________ 2-4 2008 Postseason ________________SLC Tournament, 1-2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost ________________ 9 / 21 Position Starters Returning / Lost _______________ 2 / 7 Pitchers Returning / Lost _____________________ 5 / 10 Starting Pitchers Returning / Lost _______________ 2 / 3 Newcomers / Redshirt Returners _______________ 19 / 3 STADIUM INFORMATION Home Field _____________________Clay Gould Ballpark Surface _____________________________Natural Grass Capacity __________________________________ 1,600 Dimensions __________________ 330-LF, 400-CF, 330-RF Press Box Phone ____________________ (817) 462-4225 Press Box Fax_______________________ (817) 462-4226 SPORTS INFORMATION Baseball SID ________________________Scott Lacefield Office Phone _______________________ (817) 272-2239 Cell Phone _________________________ (817) 691-3786 Email __________________________ slacefield@uta.edu Fax _______________________________ (817) 272-5037 Mailing Address ____________1309 West Mitchell Street ______________________________ Arlington, TX 76019

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MEDIA INFORMATION The 2010 edition of the UT Arlington Baseball Information Guide has been produced to assist you with your coverage of the Mavericks. Additional information, photographs and stats are available upon request. CLAY GOULD BALLPARK Clay Gould Ballpark is located on Allan Saxe Parkway at the corner of Park Row and Fielder Road. Parking is available at the ballpark. Directions to Clay Gould Ballpark: FROM INTERSTATE 30 (North) Exit Fielder Road South. Follow Fielder Road for several miles and the ballpark is located on the left-hand side. FROM INTERSTATE 20 (South) Exit Cooper Street North. Follow Cooper Street to Park Row. Turn left (west) on Park Row. Turn left (west) on Park Row to the second stop light where the stadium is located on the right. To access the parking lot, make a right at the stop light onto Fielder Road and turn onto Allan Saxe Parkway on the opposite side of the ballpark. PRESS BOX UT Arlington’s press box is located at the top of the main grandstand behind home plate. Access to the press box is located behind the stands near the main entrance. The press box is handicappedaccessible by an elevator near the stairs on the third-base side. MEDIA CREDENTIALS Working press and photographer credential for UT Arlington home games are distributed at the discretion of UTA Athletic Communications. Credential requests should be made in writing by sports editors or sports directors of accredited media outlets on company letterhead or via accountverifiable e-mail. All requests should be made as early as possible and should be limited to working press only. Requests made within 24 hours of the game may not be considered. All credential requests should be sent to: Scott Lacefield, Sports Information Director (email: slacefield@uta.edu; fax: 817-272-5037; mail: UTA Box 19079, Arlington, Texas 76019. Credentials will be left at the will call ticket booth two-hours prior to the scheduled first pitch. STATISTICS/SERVICES Statistics, game notes and rosters will be available to media only in the press box prior to the game. Final box scores will be provided to the media within five minutes of the game’s conclusion. INTERNET ACCESS The Clay Gould Ballpark press box is equipped with high-speed Internet access, but ethernet cables are limited. Fax service is also available. POST GAME INTERVIEWS UT Arlington head coach Darin Thomas and selected Maverick players will be available to the media in front of the first-base dugout after a 10-minute “cooling off ” period following the game. Requests for postgame interviews with specific players should be made to Scott Lacefield by the end of the eighth inning.

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS STAFF Gregg Elkin

Assoc. AD for Communications/ Marketing/Promotions Phone _______(817) 272-5706 E-mail_______ gelkin@uta.edu - Men’s Basketball - Golf

Scott Lacefield

Sports Information Director Office Phone ___(817)-272-2239 Cell Phone ____ (817) 691-3786 E-mail_____ slacefield@uta.edu - Baseball - Volleyball

Kristyna Mancias

Asst. Sports Information Director Phone _______(817)-272-2213 E-mail_____ kmancias@uta.edu - Women’s Basketball - Softball - Tennis - Track & Field/Cross Country Sports Information Fax 817-272-5037 ADDITIONAL INTERVIEWS Head coach Darin Thomas and student-athletes are also available for interviews following practice on Wednesday afternoons at Clay Gould Ballpark. Requests for Wednesday interviews must be made at least 24-hours in advance and are subject to the student-athlete’s availability. UT Arlington’s Thursday practices are open to the public and media and may be viewed from the stands. All interview requests must be made through the athletic communications department to arrange access to players and coaches. PHONE INTERVIEWS The UT Arlington sports information office requests media members to arrange phone interviews at least 24 hours in advance. Phone interviews can be arranged by calling Scott Lacefield, Sports Information Director. Individual phone numbers of student-athletes may not be released under any circumstances. RADIO Visiting radio for all games will be seated on the third base side of the press box. UT ARLINGTON ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS The UT Arlington sports information office is located in rooms 103 and 104 of the Gilstrap Athletic Center, 1309 W. Mitchell St., near the northwest corner of Maverick Stadium. CBS GAMETRACKER (Live Stats) All UT Arlington Baseball games during the 2010 season can be viewed play-by-play on the official athletics website of UT Arlington Baseball, www. utamavs.com.

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- The UT Arlington athletics website also offers CBS Sports GameTracker, which allows fans to follow all Maverick baseball games LIVE, with pitch-by-pitch, play-by-play coverage. GameTracker carries all of the in-game action and provides an up to the minute box score with player and team statistics and has a scoreboard with all of the information from games in action across the country.

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OFFICIAL ATHLETICS WEBSITE The UT Arlington athletic website (www.utamavs.com) offers complete coverage of all 12 Maverick teams, and provides UT Arlington baseball fans updated information all year long. - Complete coverage of UT Arlington baseball includes feature stories, game previews and recaps, game notes, information guide, photo galleries, player and coaching bios, roster, schedule information and much more.

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Michael Choice 6-0, 215, Jr., OF Arlington, Texas

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Daniel Garcia 6-0, 180, Fr., C Arlington, Texas

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Logan Bawcom 6-2, 200, Jr., RHP/INF Midland, Texas

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Chad Comer 6-2, 220, RS Jr., C Mansfield, Texas

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Josh Christenson 6-2, 200, Jr., RHP Humble, Texas

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Bryant Lopez 5-7, 165, Jr., OF Copperas Cove, Texas

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Daniel Jordan 5-11, 165, Fr., INF Wylie, Texas

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Cody Dyvig 5-11, 170, Fr., INF Fort Worth, Texas

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David Walsh 6-0, 185, Fr., OF Coppell, Texas

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Brian Nephew 6-3, 210, Jr., INF Arlington, Texas

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Jesse Payne 6-2, 180, Jr., INF Carrollton, Texas

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Adam Boydston 6-0, 185, Jr., LHP Corinth, Texas

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Kris Ashby 5-9, 175, Fr., LHP Mesa, Ariz.

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Brody Walker 6-3, 205, Fr., LHP Waco, Texas

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Brian Watson 5-11, 170, Sr., LHP Mesquite, Texas

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Cody Wilson 5-11, 190, Jr., RHP Groesbeck, Texas

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Rett Varner 6-4, 200, RS Jr., RHP Trophy Club, Texas

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Mark Picca 6-2, 205, Jr., LHP Arlington, Texas

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Shane Hopkins 6-2, 190, RS Jr., INF Aledo, Texas

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Preston Beck 6-2, 190, Fr., RHP/INF Dallas, Texas

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Jason Mitchell 6-2, 185, Sr., RHP Phoenix, Ariz.

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Nick Orr 6-0, 180, Jr., OF Mesa, Ariz.

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Eric Wright 6-0, 190, RS So., OF Fort Worth, Texas

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Garrett Laird 5-10, 175, Jr., RHP Humble, Texas

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Sam Hansen 6-0, 190, Fr., RHP/INF Hewitt, Texas

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Jake Pinchback 5-9, 170, Fr., LHP/OF Katy, Texas

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Steffan Guest 6-1, 200, RS Sr., C Keller, Texas

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Calan Pritchard 6-0, 170, RS So., LHP Fort Worth, Texas

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Stephen Krolick 6-1, 160, RS Fr., RHP Keller, Texas

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Taylor Mabra 6-0, 175, Fr., OF Mansfield, Texas

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Darin Thomas Head Coach 3rd Season

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Jay Sirianni Assistant Coach 6th Season

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K.J. Hendricks Assistant Coach 3rd Season

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Jordan Vaughn 6-4, 225, RS So., INF Colorado Springs, Colo.

David McLeod Director of Operations 1st Season

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The University of Texas at Arlington NUMERICAL ROSTER

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Name

Michael Choice Bryant Lopez Daniel Jordan Preston Beck Daniel Garcia Cody Dyvig David Walsh Brian Nephew Logan Bawcom Jesse Payne Adam Boydston Kris Ashby Chad Comer Brody Walker Brian Watson Cody Wilson Josh Christenson Rett Varner Mark Picca Shane Hopkins Jordan Vaughn Nick Orr Garrett Laird Sam Hansen Jason Mitchell Eric Wright Jake Pinchback Steffan Guest Calan Pritchard Stephen Krolick Taylor Mabra

Pos.

OF OF INF RHP/INF C INF OF INF RHP/INF INF LHP LHP C LHP LHP RHP RHP RHP LHP INF INF OF RHP RHP/INF RHP OF LHP/OF C LHP RHP OF

B/T

R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R L/L R/R R/R L/R L/L L/L R/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R L/L R/R S/R R/R S/L L/L R/R L/L R/R R/R

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

Wt.

215 165 165 190 180 170 185 210 200 180 185 175 220 205 170 190 200 200 205 190 225 180 175 190 185 190 170 200 170 160 175

Cl./EXP Hometown/High School/Previous School

Jr./2L Jr./TR Fr./HS Fr./HS Fr./HS Fr./HS Fr./HS Jr./TR Jr./TR Jr./TR Jr./2L Fr./HS RS Jr./2L Fr./HS Sr./2L Jr./TR Jr./TR RS Jr./2L Jr./2L RS Jr./TR RS So./1L Jr./TR Jr./TR Fr./HS Sr./1L RS So./1L Fr./HS RS Sr./1L RS So./TR RS Fr./RS Fr./HS

Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove/North Central Texas Wylie, Texas/Wylie Dallas, Texas/Bishop Lynch Arlington, Texas/Martin Fort Worth, Texas/Keller Central Coppell, Texas/Coppell Arlington, Texas/Martin/McLennan CC Midland, Texas/Greenwood/Midland JC Carrollton, Texas/Hebron/North Central Texas Corinth, Texas/Lake Dallas Mesa, Ariz./Desert Ridge Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield Waco, Texas/Midway Mesquite, Texas/Poteet/Paris JC Groesbeck, Texas/Groesbeck/Hill JC Humble, Texas/Humble/Richland College Trophy Club, Texas/Northwest/BYU Arlington, Texas/Nolan Catholic Aledo, Texas/SW Christian/Howard College Colorado Springs, Colo./Rampart Mesa, Ariz./Red Mountain/Mesa CC Humble, Texas/Humble/North Central Texas Hewitt, Texas/Midway Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe/Central Arizona Fort Worth, Texas/Fort Worth Country Day Katy, Texas/Seven Lakes Keller, Texas/Trinity/McLennan CC Fort Worth, Texas/CF Brewer/Weatherford College Keller, Texas/Keller Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield

COACHING STAFF 14 31 22 33 45

Head Coach: Darin Thomas (3rd Season) Oklahoma Christian (1989) Assistant Coach: Jay Sirianni (6th Season) Nebraska (2001) Assistant Coach: K.J. Hendricks (3rd Season) UT Arlington (2008) Volunteer Asst. Coach: Fuller Smith (1st Season) Ole Miss (2009) Director of Operations: David McLeod (1st Season) UT Arlington (2009)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 15 11 5 13 2 20 16 7 6 36 28 24 4 38 27 3 41 29 10 26 12 23 35 37 21 25 17 9 18 19 34

Kris Ashby _____________________ LHP Logan Bawcom _______________ RHP/INF Preston Beck _________________ RHP/INF Adam Boydston __________________ LHP Michael Choice ___________________ OF Josh Christenson _________________ RHP Chad Comer ______________________C Cody Dyvig _____________________ INF Daniel Garcia______________________C Steffan Guest _____________________C Sam Hansen _________________ RHP/INF Shane Hopkins __________________ INF Daniel Jordan ___________________ INF Stephen Krolick __________________ RHP Garrett Laird ____________________ RHP Bryant Lopez_____________________ OF Taylor Mabra _____________________ OF Jason Mitchell ___________________ RHP Brian Nephew ___________________ INF Nick Orr ________________________ OF Jesse Payne ____________________ INF Mark Picca _____________________ LHP Jake Pinchback ________________ LHP/OF Calan Pritchard __________________ LHP Rett Varner _____________________ RHP Jordan Vaughn __________________ INF Brody Walker ___________________ LHP David Walsh _____________________ OF Brian Watson ___________________ LHP Cody Wilson ____________________ RHP Eric Wright ______________________ OF

EXPERIENCE BREAKDOWN PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Logan BAWCOM ___________________________________________________________ Bah-Cuhm Chad COMER ______________________________________________________________Comb-er Cody DYVIG _______________________________________________________________ duh-VIG STEFFAN Guest _____________________________________________________________ Steff-en Stephen KROLICK __________________________________________________________CROW-lick Taylor MABRA_____________________________________________________________ MAY-bruh Mark PICCA _______________________________________________________________ Pick-uh CALAN Pritchard ____________________________________________________________ KAY-lyn RETT Varner _________________________________________________________________Rhett

Seniors _______________ 3 - Watson, Mitchell, Guest Juniors ____ 14 - Choice, Lopez, Nephew, Bawcom, Payne, Boydston, Comer, Wilson, Christenson, Varner, Picca, Hopkins, Orr, Laird Sophomores ___________3 - Vaughn, Wright, Pritchard Freshmen _ 11 - Jordan, Beck, Garcia, Dyvig, Walsh, Ashby Walker, Hansen, Pinchback, Krolick, Mabra

BREAKDOWN BY STATE Texas ____ 27 - Choice, Lopez, Jordan, Beck, Garcia, Dyvig, Walsh, Nephew, Bawcom, Payne, Boydston, Comer, Walker Watson, Wilson, Christenson, Varner, Picca, Hopkins, Laird Hansen, Wright, Pinchback, Guest, Pritchard, Krolick, Mabra Arizona _________________ 3 - Ashby, Mitchell, Orr Colorado _______________________ 1 - Vaughn

POSITION BREAKDOWN (secondary position) Pitchers __ 16 - Ashby, Bawcom (INF), Beck (INF), Boydston, Christenson, Hansen (INF), Krolick, Laird, Mitchell, Picca Pinchback (OF), Pritchard, Varner, Walker, Wilson, Watson Catchers ________________ 3 - Comer, Garcia, Guest Infielders __6 - Dyvig, Hopkins, Jordan, Nephew, Payne, Vaughn Outfielders ___6 - Choice, Lopez, Mabra, Orr, Walsh, Wright

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Former UT Arlington players have either played, coached or managed in Major League Baseball.

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Mavericks have received All-American recognition, including Jason Watkins (1992), Ryan Roberts (2003), Mike Snapp (2004, Michael Gardner (2004 & 2005), Matt Otteman (2009) and Michael Choice (2010).

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Southland Conference Championships: - 1990, 1992, 2001, 2006

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Wins in 1992 (40-15) is the UT Arlington school record for victories in a single season.

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Wins by former UT Arlington coach Butch McBroom during his 26-year head coaching career with the Mavericks. Major League Baseball draft or free agent selections from the UT Arlington baseball program. In addition, there have been 32 MLB draft or free agent selections since 2000.

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Victories over nationally-ranked opponents for Darin Thomas in two seasons as head coach of the Mavericks (2008-2009).

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First Team All-Southland Conference selections. The Mavericks have also had 22 Southland All-Tournament team selections.

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UTA hitters have won an SLC batting title, including Ryan Roberts (.422, 2003) and Hunter Pence (.395, 2004) back-to-back seasons and Matt Otteman (.432, 2009), who won the batting title in 2009.

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For years, UT Arlington enjoyed playing on one of the most well-manicured baseball surfaces in the country. Now, as the Mavericks enjoy their 37th season in the same location, the team and its fans are reaping the benefits of a major renovation to the stadium. Prior to the start of the 2003 season, renovations to the stadium were completed featuring a brand new grand entranceway and added seating to boost the capacity to 1,600. The facility received a new state-of-the-art lighting system, which allows the Mavericks the ability to play night baseball. The facility was re-named Clay Gould Ballpark on April 26, 2003, after the former UT Arlington standout player and coach. The name change was at the suggestion of Dr. Allan Saxe, an associate professor of political science at UT Arlington, whom the ballpark was previously named after. In front of a crowd of nearly 1,000 people, the name change officially took place and Gould’s widow, Julie, and daughter, Logan, unveiled the memorial of Clay Gould on the outside wall of the main entranceway. In 2009 a Daktronics ProStar® LED Display video board was installed and the center section of the grandstands also received an upgrade with approximately 345 new seats added. Other additions to the stadium took place in 1999, when a three-foot high brick wall - that spans from dugout to dugout - was added, along with a new net backstop. Projects for the

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Clay Gould Ballpark saw its largest crowd on April 20, 2004, when 1,388 fans packed the park to see the Mavericks take on the Texas A&M Aggies. UT Arlington treated the home fans with a three-run ninth inning to beat the Aggies, 5-4.

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2010 season include adding a “brag board” next to the scoreboard/video board and adding a retired number to the outfield fence. The stadium was named for Saxe, after his overwhelming generosity made it possible for UT Arlington to continue its development of one of the finest facilities in the NCAA. The stadium was originally opened in 1974 as the Mavericks hosted TCU in what became the UT Arlington debut of head coach Butch McBroom. In 36 seasons, the Mavericks have established Clay Gould Ballpark as one of the toughest places for a visiting team in the country. Since 1974, the Mavericks have averaged 20 wins per season at home. In all, UT Arlington has won 703 games, while losing just 395 for a .640 home field winning percentage. In 1986, the field was completely renovated. The entire field was sprigged with a fine natural turf (Hybrid Bermuda Tiff 419). A hydraulic powered irrigation system was installed while the surface was leveled and a new infield dirt mixture was applied along with the addition of a warning track surrounding the field. UT Arlington’s coaching staff serves as the head groundskeepers. With the help of the Maverick baseball players, Clay Gould Ballpark is now considered one of the finest playing surfaces in the Southwest. Besides UT Arlington baseball, the diamond has played host to the Texas State Junior College Tournament, the state American Amateur Baseball Congress Connie Mack and American Legion Tournaments and numerous high school playoff games. It also served as the venue for Major League tryout camps. Nolan Ryan, Alex Rodriguez, Roger Clemens and Ozzie Smith have made appearances at the Ballpark for individual workouts, commercials, camps and clinics. Clay Gould Ballpark also includes three remodeled astro-turfed batting cages and a 10-foot padded wall. The field has dimensions of 330 feet down the lines, 380 feet into the power alleys and 400 feet to straight away center field.

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1974

14-11

.560

1975

17-13

.567

1976

19-7

.731

1977

13-22

.371

1978

22-10

.688

1979

14-10

.583

1980

28-13

.683

1981

30-8

.789

1982

32-5

.865

1983

20-13

.606

1984

26-3

.897

1985

29-12

.707

1986

19-12

.613

1987

24-7

.774

1988

20-9

.690

1989

21-10

.677

1990

23-9

.719

1991

23-11

.676

1992

26-3

.897

1993

24-6

.800

1994

17-16

.515

1995

18-16

.529

1996

17-14

.584

1997

15-15

.500

1998

13-13

.500

1999

15-15

.500

2000

15-14

.517

2001

18-12

.600

2002

22-7

.759

2003

13-4

.765

2004

21-11

.656

2005

12-15

.444

2006

14-12

.538

2007

12-17

.480

2008

17-13

.567

2009

20-7

.741

703-395

.640

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TOP CROWDS AT CLAY GOULD BALLPARK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Attn. 1,388 1,189 1,213 1.025 1,009 933 808

Date 4/20/04 2/15/98 5/13/08 2/17/02 2/01/92 2/15/98 4/26/03

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Opponent Result Texas A&M W, 5-4 Oklahoma State W, 4-2 Texas A&M W, 16-8 Arkansas L, 1-7 TCU W, 4-3 Texas A&M L, 6-10 ULM L, 3-12

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Members from John Bird Aerial Photography hover over Clay Gould Ballpark for dedication day on April 26, 2003. As a tribute to the late Clay Gould, his retired No. 8 was cut into the outfield grass in center field.

A memorial of the late Clay Gould adorns the outside wall of the grand entranceway to the Ballpark.

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MAVERICKS IN THE COMMUNITY Being a member of the UT Arlington baseball program has always meant more than just studying and showing up to Clay Gould Ballpark in preparation for the upcoming season. Just as Maverick coaches have done in the past, third-year head coach Darin Thomas has placed community service projects and mentoring high on his list of priorities for his program. UTA players frequently visit with students at Swift Elementary School, which is located in the shadow of their home stadium at Fielder Road and Park Row Drive. Players talk a little sports and a lot about getting good grades and taking advice from their teachers and parents.

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“Being involved in the community is an area we place a high importance on in the Maverick program,” Thomas said. “It is important for our student-athletes to pay forward and give back to the community. This is an area we will continue to emphasize with our players.”

Mitch Putman (left) and Jordan Vaughn (right) spend time reading to children at Swift Elementary school.

Mavericks hosted Miracle League Day at Clay Gould Ballpark on May 15, 2009.

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MAVERICKS IN THE CLASSROOM The 2009 Maverick baseball team reached the 30-win level for the first time since 2004 and they also continued success in the classroom. The UT Arlington baseball program received a total of 41 selections to the UT Arlington Fall and Spring Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. In the spring semester, 21 baseball student-athletes were named to the Capital One/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. The Capital One/SLC Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who competed in league championship sports during the spring semester and maintained a 3.0 grade point average while enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours. The Mavericks posted a team cumulative grade point average better than 3.0 in the fall of 2009 and during both semesters in 2008-09, which gives the program five straight semesters with above a 3.0 team GPA. In addition, 25 of the team’s 33 studentathletes received honor roll recognition throughout the school year in 2008-09.

ADAM BOYDSTON

- Capital One/SLC All-Academic (Second Team) - UT Arlington 2008-09 Academic Honor Roll

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CHAD COMER

JASON MITCHELL

JORDAN VAUGHN

MARK PICCA

- UT Arlington 2008 Fall Academic Honor Roll - UT Arlington 2009 Spring Academic Honor Roll

- UT Arlington 2008 Fall Academic Honor Roll - UT Arlington 2009 Spring Academic Honor Roll

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- UT Arlington 2008 Fall Academic Honor Roll - UT Arlington 2009 Spring Academic Honor Roll

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The University of Texas at Arlington The UTA baseball program was once again well represented in Major League Baseball during the 2009 season with eight former Mavericks either playing, coaching or managing in the big leagues.

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Trey Hillman, who is the only three-time All-SLC selection in UTA history, was named the 15th manager of the Kansas City Royals on Oct. 19, 2007. He completed his second year as Royals manager in 2009. Joining Hillman in the Royals dugout in 2009 was third-base coach Dave Owen, who was the first UTA player to make it to the major leagues as a player, making his debut on Sept. 6, 1983, with the Chicago Cubs. Mark Lowe, who climbed through the Mariners organization after playing his final season with the Mavs in 2004, finished his fourth season with Seattle in 2009.

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Adam Moore is the most recent former Maverick to make his major-league debut as he became the ninth former UTA player to make it to the big leagues on Sept. 17, 2009, with the Seattle Mariners. He wasted no time entering the MLB record book as he caught 14.0 innings in his debut, which is the most innings caught in a debut dating back to 1954.

Mark Lowe

Also in the American League is former Maverick John Lackey, who signed a five-year, $85 million contract in the off-season with the Boston Red Sox. Lackey completed his eighth season with the Los Angeles Angels in 2009. Three former Mavericks were playing and coaching in the Senior Circuit in 2009 as Hunter Pence (Houston Astros), Ryan Roberts (Arizona Diamondbacks) and Steve Foster (Florida Marlins) all represented the Mavericks. Former UTA All-American Ryan Roberts joined the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2009 - after playing parts of three seasons with Toronto (2006-07) and Texas (2008) - and finished the season as the everyday second baseman. Pence had his most impressive big league season in 2009 as he was named to his first All-Star Team as an NL reserve outfielder. Pence marked career-highs in games played (159), base hits (165), walks (58), stolen bases (14) and tied his previous high with 25 home runs. Foster, who spent three seasons in the big leagues as a pitcher with the Cincinnati Reds (1991-93), joined the Marlins’ staff in 2007 as the bullpen coach and just this off-season joined the Royals as bullpen coach.

Trey Hillman

Adam Moore

Daniel Ortmeier

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Dave

● Became first UTA player to make major league debut (9/6/83)

OWEN

● All-time UTA single-season leader in walks (61 in 1978) ● Ranks second on UTA all-time career stolen base list (72)

Position: Kansas City Royals 3rd Base Coach MLB Playing Career: 4 years Drafted (Signed): Chicago Cubs 10th Rd. (1979)

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Year 1983 (CHI-NL) 1984 (CHI-NL) 1985 (CHI-NL) 1988 (KC) MLB Career

AVG .091 .194 .368 .000 .194

GP 16 47 22 7 92

AB 22 93 19 5 139

R 1 8 6 0 15

H 2 18 7 0 27

2B 0 2 0 0 2

3B 1 2 0 0 3

HR 0 1 0 0 1

RBI 2 10 4 0 16

● 72 stolen bases during last two seasons at UTA (40 in 1978 - 32 in 1979) ● Led team in walks all three seasons (39 in 1977 - 61 in 1978 - 55 in 1979) ● Led team in runs scored during 1977 season with 37

SLG .182 .290 .268 .000 .273

BB 2 8 1 0 11

TB 4 27 7 0 38

SO 7 15 5 3 30

OBA .160 .269 .400 .000 .260

SB-ATT 1-1 1-3 1-2 0-0 3-6

Dave Owen was the third base coach for the Royals in 2009 after serving as bench coach for Trey Hillman with the Kansas City Royals in 2008. He has spent two seasons with the club. Owen is no stranger to the big leagues after a four-year playing career ended in 1988 with the Royals. Owen became the first Maverick to reach the Major Leagues when he made his debut Sept. 6, 1983, with the Chicago Cubs. A member of the 1984 National League Eastern division champions, Owen played in Chicago from 1983-85. After a stint in the minors, Owen returned to the big leagues in 1988 as a member of the Royals. Owen owns the UTA single-season record for walks with 61 in 1978. He is also tied for third in stolen bases (40 in 1978), fourth in walks (55 in 1979) and also ranks eighth in stolen bases with 32 in 1979. Owen also ranks in three career UTA record books, including second in walks (155), second in stolen bases (72) and eighth in runs scored (138). Owen led the Mavs in runs scored in 1977 and 1979, was the team leader in walks for three straight years (1977-1979) and led the team in 1978 and 1979 in stolen bases.

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Steve

FOSTER

Position: Kansas City Royals Bullpen Coach MLB Playing Career: 3 years Drafted (Signed): Cincinnati 12th Rd. (1988)

Year 1991 (CIN) 1992 (CIN) 1993 (CIN) MLB Career

App 11 31 17 59

GS 0 1 0 1

W-L-SV 0-0 1-1 2-2 3-3

SV-SVO 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2

ERA 1.93 2.88 1.75 2.42

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0

IP 14.0 50.0 25.2 89.2

H 7 52 23 82

● 1988 Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year ● 1988 First Team All-Southland Conference ● Ranks tied for seventh on UTA all-time career wins list (19) ● Ranks tied for sixth on UTA all-time career complete games list (18) ● Ranks tied for third on UTA single-season wins list (11 in 1988) ● Ranks second on UTA single-season innings list (123.0 in 1988) ● Led UTA in appearances in 1987 (18) and 1988 (23) ● Led UTA in wins during 1988 season (11) ● Led UTA in strikeouts (96) and earned run average (2.49) in 1988 R 5 16 8 29

ER 3 16 5 24

HR 1 4 1 6

HBP 0 0 1 1

BB 4 13 5 22

SO 11 34 16 61

Steve Foster will join Trey Hillman and Dave Owen in Kansas City for the 2010 season as the Royals bullpen coach. Foster finished his third season as the Florida Marlins bullpen coach in 2009. In his final season in Florida, Foster helped lead the Marlins bullpen to the ninth best bullpen ERA (3.83) in the MLB. Foster spent three seasons as a player in the major leagues after making his debut on Aug. 22, 1991. A Cincinnati Reds hurler his entire big-league career, Foster’s career earned run average was an impressive 2.42. His 31 appearances during 1992 season were a career high. The DeSoto native played at UT Arlington in 1987-88, earning the Southland Conference’s Outstanding Pitcher of the Year award as a junior, when he won 11 games. His 3.62 ERA is 10th on the UT Arlington all-time list. Foster led UTA in appearances in back-to-back years (1987-88) and tied for the team lead in wins in 1987 (8). His 11 wins, 2.49 ERA, 96 strikeouts, 123.0 innings pitched and 12 complete games in 1988 all led the team. Foster remains in several UTA record books, including tied for third in wins (11 in 1988), second in innings pitched (123.0 in 1988), third in complete games (12 in 1988), tied for fourth in strikeouts (96 in 1988), tied for fourth in games started (16 in 1988), tied for sixth in career complete games (18) and tied for seventh in career wins (19).

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John

● Batted .306 with one home run

LACKEY

● Scored 14 runs and played in 43 games as a freshman ● Made 11 appearances on the mound, including four as a starter

6-6 ● 245 ● RHP ● R/R ● MLB Debut: 6/24/02 Abilene, Texas ● Abilene H.S. Drafted (Signed): Los Angeles (AL) 2nd Rd. (1999)

Year 2002 (LAA) 2003 (LAA) 2004 (LAA) 2005 (LAA) 2006 (LAA) 2007 (LAA) 2008 (LAA) 2009 (LAA) MLB Career

App 18 33 33 33 33 33 24 27 234

GS 18 33 32 33 33 33 24 27 233

W-L 9-4 10-16 14-13 14-5 13-11 19-9 12-5 11-8 102-71

SV-SVO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

ERA 3.66 4.63 4.67 3.44 3.56 3.01 3.75 3.83 3.81

CG 1 2 1 1 3 2 3 1 14

SHO 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 8

IP 108.1 204.0 198.1 209.0 217.2 224.0 163.1 176.1 1501.0

H 113 223 215 208 203 219 161 177 1519

● Went 1-3 on the mound during the 1998 season

R 52 117 108 85 98 87 71 84 702

ER 44 105 103 80 86 75 68 75 636

HR 10 31 22 13 14 18 26 17 151

HBP 4 10 8 11 9 12 10 9 73

BB 33 66 60 71 72 52 40 47 441

SO 69 151 144 199 190 179 130 139 1201

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Daniel

ORTMEIER

6-4 ● 230 ● OF ● S/L ● MLB Debut: 9/5/05 Arlington, Texas ● Lewisville H.S. Drafted (Signed): San Francisco 3rd Rd. (2002)

Year 2005 (SF) 2006 (SF) 2007 (SF) 2008 (SF) MLB Career

AVG .136 .250 .287 .219 .255

GP 15 9 62 38 124

AB 22 12 157 64 255

R 1 0 20 4 25

H 3 3 45 14 65

2B 0 1 7 6 14

3B 0 0 4 0 4

HR 0 0 6 0 6

RBI 1 2 16 5 24

● 2001 & 2002 First Team All-Southland Conference selection ● Tied UTA single-game record with 5 runs against Southeastern La. (3/29/02) ● Ranks fifth on UTA all-time career RBI list (130) ● Ranks fifth on UTA all-time career total bases list (320) ● Ranks tied for fifth on UTA all-time career triples list (13) ● Ranks eighth on UTA all-time career base hits list (202) ● Ranks tied for eighth on UTA all-time career home run list (20) ● Ranks 10th on the UTA all-time career stolen bases list (46) ● Ranks tied for 10th on UTA all-time career at-bats list (655) SLG .136 .333 .497 .313 .412

BB 3 0 7 7 17

TB 3 4 78 105 105

SO 5 4 41 18 68

OBA .269 .250 .317 .315 .309

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John Lackey signed a five-year, $85 million contract with the Boston Red Sox on Dec. 16, 2009, after completing his eighth season with the Los Angeles Angels. He helped lead the Halos to the American League Western division championship with an 11-8 record and a 3.83 ERA in 176.1 innings. He started 27 games, pitched one complete game, one shutout and tallied 139 strikeouts with only 47 walks. In 2007, Lackey was named to the AL All-Star Team and he finished the season leading the A.L. with a 3.01 ERA. He notched his 1,000th career strikeout on July 18, 2008, becoming only the sixth Angels pitcher to accomplish that feat. Perhaps his finest outing of 2008 came while winning his ninth game at Fenway Park as he took a no-hitter into the ninth inning with one out before allowing Boston’s first base hit. On August 30, 2009, Lackey won his 100th career game against the Oakland Athletics. He is one of only six major league pitchers who won at least 11 games in each year from 2004-2009, the others being CC Sabathia, Derek Lowe, Johan Santana, Javier Vazquez and Jason Marquis. Lackey is now 102-71 in his career in 233 career starts. Historically, Lackey will be remembered for his Game 7 victory in the 2002 Fall Classic against the S.F. Giants. Lackey worked five innings, allowing one walk with four strikeouts when leaving the game with a 4-1 lead. He became the first rookie pitcher since 1909 (Babe Adams - Pittsburgh Pirates) to win a World Series Game 7.

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Daniel Ortmeier became the fourth former Maverick to make it to the Major Leagues when he made his debut on Sept. 5, 2005, against the Los Angeles Dodgers on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. Ortmeier pinch hit in the ninth inning and delivered a single through the left side in his first at-bat. In 2008, Ortmeier battled injuries playing in 38 games (64 at-bats) while playing first base and in the outfield for the Giants. He was signed in the 2008 off-season by the Colorado Rockies where he played all of the 2009 season for Rockies’ Triple-A affiliate Colorado Springs. In 2009, Ortmeier was the starting first baseman for the Sky Sox while batting .295 (127-for-431) with 17 doubles, five triples, seven home runs, 51 walks, 11 stolen bases and 73 RBI. He ranked just outside of the top 25 in the Pacific Coast League in batting and he was 21st in the league in RBI. In his first six professional seasons, Ortmeier tallied a .271 batting average, 129 doubles, 61 home runs, 312 RBI and 100 stolen bases in 599 games in the San Francisco Giants organization. He became the first player in the history of Double-A Connecticut, and just the 3rd Eastern League player to post a 20 home run/20 stolen bases season in 2005. Ortmeier was originally drafted in the 27th round out of Lewisville HS in 1999 but chose UT Arlington instead. While a Maverick, he hit .308 with 32 doubles, 13 triples, 20 home runs and 130 RBI in three seasons. He was a two-time first team All-Southland Conference selection and ranks fifth on UT Arlington’s all-time RBI list. He was selected in the third round of the 2002 draft by the Giants.

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Mark

● Became the fifth UTA player drafted in the first 5 rounds of MLB Draft ● Ranked second on the team with three saves in 2004

LOWE

● Made 22 appearances with three starts in 2004

6-3 ● 200 ● RHP ● L/R ● MLB Debut: 7/7/06 Missouri City, Texas ● Ford Bend Academy Drafted (Signed): Seattle 5th Rd. (2004)

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Year 2006 (SEA) 2007 (SEA) 2008 (SEA) 2009 (SEA) MLB Career

App 15 4 57 75 151

GS 0 0 0 0 0

W-L 1-0 0-0 1-5 2-7 4-12

SV-SVO 0-0 0-0 1-5 3-13 4-18

ERA 1.93 6.75 5.37 3.26 3.98

CG 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0

IP 18.2 2.2 63.2 80.0 165.0

H 12 2 78 71 163

● Tallied a save against then-No. 16 Oklahoma in 2004 ● Redshirted during the 2003 season ● Made first collegiate start against TCU on Feb. 12, 2002 ● Notched first collegiate save against Centenary on Feb. 3, 2002 R 4 2 44 39 89

ER 4 2 38 29 73

HR 1 1 6 7 15

HBP 2 0 4 0 6

BB 9 3 34 29 75

SO 20 3 55 69 147

Mark Lowe, who reached the major leagues by jumping three minor league levels during the 2006 season, enjoyed his best professional season in 2009. Lowe put up career highs – for the second straight year – in appearances (75), saves (3), innings (80.0) and strikeouts (69). He was fourth in the American League with 26 holds and finished the 2009 season with a 3.26 ERA. Lowe reached the major leagues in a hurry (two years) while featuring a fastball that has been clocked as high as 101 mph. He made his Major League debut on July 7, 2006, in relief against the Detroit Tigers, loading the bases before striking out the side. During his rookie campaign in 2006, Lowe set a Mariners franchise record with 17.2 consecutive scoreless innings. In 2008, Lowe began the season making 12 scoreless relief appearances in his first 13 games. He recorded a 0.55 ERA by allowing just one run in 16.1 innings from March 31-June 13. He threw at least two innings in 12 of his 57 appearances. While at UT Arlington, Lowe redshirted during the 2003 season and was used in a multitude of roles during the 2004 season with three saves in 24 appearances.

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Ryan

ROBERTS

5-11 ● 190 ● INF ● R/R ● MLB Debut: 7/30/06 Fort Worth, Texas ● L.D. Bell H.S. Drafted (Signed): Toronto 18th Rd. (2003)

Year 2006 (TOR) 2007 (TOR) 2008 (TEX) 2009 (ARIZ) MLB Career

AVG .077 .077 .000 .279 .262

GP 9 8 1 110 128

AB 13 13 1 305 332

R 1 2 0 41 44

H 1 1 0 85 87

2B 0 0 0 17 17

3B 0 0 0 2 2

HR 1 0 0 7 8

RBI 1 0 0 25 26

● 2003 First Team All-SLC, 2002 Third Team All-SLC ● 2003 Southland Conference Player of the Year ● 2003 Southland Conference Hitter of the Year ● 2002 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year ● 2003 Southland Conference Batting Champion (.422 batting average) ● 2003 Southland Conference All-Tournament Team selection ● 2003 All-American (Collegiate Baseball, CollegeBaseballInsider.com, NCBWA) ● 2003 Golden Spikes Award Nominee ● Owns 6 all-time UTA statistical records & ranks in 20 Top-10 categories SLG .308 .077 .000 .416 .398

BB 1 2 0 40 43

TB 4 1 0 127 132

SO 4 7 1 55 67

OBA .143 .250 .000 .367 .353

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-10 7-10

Ryan Roberts began his major league career with the Toronto Blue Jays for a two year stint before joining the Texas Rangers organization in 2008. Then in November of 2008, Roberts signed a minor league deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He made the Opening Day roster for the first time in his career the following spring and finished the 2009 season as the everyday second baseman with the D-Backs. Roberts began the season with only 18 games played in the big leagues, he finished the year playing in 110 games batting .279 (85-for-305) with 17 doubles, two triples, seven home runs, seven stolen bases, 40 walks and 25 RBI. The previous season, Roberts was called up to the Rangers from Triple-A Oklahoma on July 30, 2008, and made his only appearance of the season as a pinch hitter against Seattle at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Roberts, who is arguably the greatest hitter in the history of UTA baseball, made his Major League debut on the day he was called up from the Blue Jays minor league system on July 30, 2006, in a pinch hitting role at Oakland. In Roberts’ first career start he took the field at second base at Yankee Stadium, where he hit a first-pitch fastball from the late-Cory Lidle over the left-center field fence and into Monument Park. The home run came in his second MLB at-bat. Roberts’ two-year career at UT Arlington had many highlights, including being named the 2002 SLC Newcomer of the Year, the 2003 SLC Player of the Year and the 2003 SLC Hitter of the Year, to name a few. Roberts currently holds six all-time UT Arlington statistical records.

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Hunter

PENCE

6-4 ● 210 ● OF ● R/R ● MLB Debut: 4/28/07 Arlington, Texas ● Arlington H.S. Drafted (Signed): San Francisco 2nd Rd. (2004)

Year 2007 (HOU) 2008 (HOU) 2009 (HOU) MLB Career

AVG .322 .269 .282 .289

GP 108 157 159 424

AB 456 595 585 1636

R 57 78 76 211

H 147 160 165 472

2B 30 34 26 90

3B 9 4 5 18

HR 17 25 25 67

RBI 69 83 72 224

● 2003 & 2004 First Team All-Southland Conference selection ● 2004 Southland Conference Player of the Year ● 2004 Southland Conference Hitter of the Year ● 2004 Southland Conference Batting Champion (.395) ● 2004 NCBWA/Dick Howser Award Nominee ● Ranks fifth on UTA all-time career batting average list (.371) ● Ranks eighth on UTA all-time career triples list (11) ● Ranks eighth on UTA single-season total bases list (134 in 2003) ● Ranks ninth on UTA single-season batting average list (.395 in 2004) SLG .539 .466 .472 .488

BB 26 40 58 124

TB 246 277 276 799

SO 95 124 109 328

OBA .360 .318 .346 .340

SB-ATT 11-16 11-21 14-25 36-62

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Adam

MOORE

6-3 ● 220 ● C ● R/R ● MLB Debut: 9/17/09 Mineola, Texas ● Mineola H.S. Drafted (Signed): Seattle 6th Rd. (2006)

Year 2009 (SEA) MLB Career

AVG .217 .217

GP 6 6

AB 23 23

R 4 4

H 5 5

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

RBI 2 2

● Led Mavericks to 2006 SLC Tournament title & NCAA Tournament ● 2006 SLC All-Tournament Team ● 2006 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year ● 2006 First Team Southland All-Conference ● Among SLC leaders in all offensive categories, led SLC with 22 doubles ● Led UTA in batting (.350), hits (89), runs (54), 2B (22), HR (10) and RBI (50) ● Ranks second on UTA all-time single-season at-bats list (254) ● Ranks tied for second on UTA single-season doubles list (22) ● Ranks tied for fourth on UTA single-season hits list (89) SLG .391 .391

BB 0 0

TB 9 9

SO 7 7

OBA .250 .250

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Hunter Pence became the highest drafted UT Arlington baseball player in school history when the Houston Astros selected him with the 64th overall selection in the second round of the 2004 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Pence had a breakthrough season in 2009 –his third season in the big leagues – batting .282 with 76 runs, 165 hits, 26 doubles, five triples, 25 home runs and 72 RBI. He was named to his first MLB All-Star Game as a reserve outfielder for the National League at the 80th Midsummer Classic at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. He marked career-highs in games played (159), base hits, walks (58), stolen bases (14) and tied a career-high for homers. He became the second former Maverick to be named to an All-Star team (John Lackey, 2001). Pence had a stellar rookie season in 2007 batting .322 with 30 doubles, 17 home runs, 69 RBI and a .539 slugging percentage. In 2007, his 56 extra-base hits, .322 batting average, .539 slugging percentage and 30 doubles all set Houston rookie records. He was a top candidate for N.L. Rookie of the Year, going into the All-Star Break leading the N.L. in batting average (.342), becoming the only rookie to lead either league in batting at the All-Star Break. Pence posted his first career walk-off home run in the 13th inning against Philadelphia on July 3, 2007. He tied an Astros rookie record by hitting a home run in three consecutive games (July 2-4) and was named the N.L. Rookie of the Month for May (.343, 19 RBI, 16 extra-base hits). Pence was also selected the N.L. Co-Player of the Week from May 14-20, 2007. Pence set the stage for his big-league success in double-A playing for Corpus Christi in 2006 when he hit .283 with 28 home runs and 17 stolen bases, leading the Hooks in home runs, RBI (95) and runs (97). Pence played football and baseball at Arlington HS before going to Texarkana College for his first collegiate season. At Texarkana, he hit .395 and swiped 33 bases. In his first season with UT Arlington he batted .347 and followed with a .395 average his junior season, which won him the Southland Conference batting title and ranks ninth all-time in UTA history.

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Adam Moore became the ninth former Maverick to make his Major League debut on Sept. 17, 2009, starting behind the plate and batting in the 9-hole against the Chicago White Sox in Seattle. Moore went 0-for-5 at the plate, but it was what he did defensively that will make his debut a memorable one. Moore caught 14.0 innings, which is the most by a catcher in his big league debut since 1954, according to Stats Inc. and Baseball-Reference.com. The previous high was 12.0 innings by Jackie Moore (Detroit, 1965), Danny Breeden (Cincinnati, 1969), Ramon Hernandez (Oakland, 1999) and Wyatt Toregas (Cleveland, 2009). Also in his debut, Moore caught former Maverick Mark Lowe (2002-2004) during the 11th and 12th innings. On the season, Moore played in six games while recording a .217 batting average, one double, one home run and two RBI. Moore hit his first career home run with a solo shot to right field against Oakland on Sept. 30, in Seattle.

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Trey

HILLMAN

Position: Kansas City Royals Manager Overall Record (Years): 140-184 (2) Professional Managing Career: 20 years

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THE TREY HILLMAN FILE: ● 2008- Present: Kansas City Royals (Manager) ● 2003-2007: Hokkaido (Japan) Nippon-Ham Fighters (Manager) ● 2001-2002: Texas Rangers (Minor League Director and Field Coor.) ● 1989-2001: New York Yankees (Minor League Manager) ● 1987-1989: Cleveland Indians (Professional Scout) ● 1985-1987: Cleveland Indians (Minor League Baseball Player)

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Trey Hillman enters his third season as manager of the Kansas City Royals in 2010. In two seasons, Hillman has won 140 games, which is the most wins during the first two seasons by a Royals manager since Bob Boone won 145 games in 1995-1996. His victory total ranks 11th all-time among the list of 18 all-time managers in Kansas City history. Hillman was named an assistant coach for the 2009 MLB AllStar Game by AL manager Joe Maddon (Tampa Bay). Hillman and the AL defeated the National League, 4-3, in the 80th Midsummer Classic in St. Louis at Busch Stadium. Hillman was also a coach at the All-Star Futures Game in 1999, while managing the New York Yankees Triple-A team in Columbus. Hillman, the only three-time All-Southland Conference baseball selection in UT Arlington history, returned to his alma mater in October of 2008 to receive the highest honor given by the University, a Distinguished Alumni award. His visit to UT Arlington was extended as he returned to campus to be the keynote speaker for the 25th Anderson Sport Performance Lecture, which was held in the Lone Star Auditorium in the Maverick Activities Center. Hillman became the 15th manager in the history of the Royals on Oct. 19, 2007, and he followed by leading the Royals to a 75-87 overall record, marking just the fifth time during the last 16 years that the Royals had eclipsed 74 wins in a season. Hillman’s squad finished the season on a high note with a major-league best 18-8 record in September. After completing his prep career in 1981 at Sam Houston HS in Arlington, Hillman spent four years as a student-athlete at UT Arlington (1982-85) before signing a free agent contract with the Cleveland Indians in 1985. Hillman later graduated from UT Arlington in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sport studies. His playing days with the Mavericks made him one of the greatest players in the 40-year history of the UT Arlington baseball program. Hillman’s .442 batting average in 1985 led the Southland Conference and remains the top singleseason batting average in UT Arlington history and the second best average in SLC history. After completing his professional playing career in 1987 in the Cleveland minor league organization, Hillman spent one season scouting with the Indians before becoming the youngest (27-years-old) minor league manager in professional baseball at that time with the New York Yankees ClassA club in the Carolina League.

● Only three-time All-SLC baseball selection in UTA history (1983-85) ● Is one of only 12 three-time All-SLC baseball selections ● .442 average in 1985 led the SLC and is a single-season UTA record ● 1985 Southland Conference Hitter of the Year ● 1985 led the Southland Conference in base hits (66) ● Signed a free-agent contract with the Cleveland Indians in 1985 ● Became first baseball player inducted into UTA Hall of Honor in 1992 ● Named UTA Distinguished Alumni on Oct. 11, 2008 ● Ranks in 12 all-time UTA top 10 career and single-season record books

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/AWARDS: ● 1990: Began professional managerial career at 27-yrs-old ● 1990: Carolina League Championship (Minor Leagues) ● 1996: Florida State League Manager of the Year ● 1996: Baseball America Class A Manager of the Year ● 2000: International League Manager of the Year ● 2006: Japan Series title & Konami Cup - Named Japan Sportsman of the Year

Hillman followed with immediate success guiding his squad to the league championship. Overall, Hillman was named Manager of the Year three times during his tenure in the New York Yankees organization while leading his team to eight winning seasons and four playoff appearances in 12 minor league seasons (1990-2001). The path for Hillman and his family to the major leagues went back through his home state for one year as the Director of Player Development with the Texas Rangers, before he accepted a managerial position with the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters in Japan. Hillman’s knowledge of the game and on-field success translated immediately to his newest organization and set of players in Japan, unlike the language barrier that allowed Hillman to use an interpreter during his time as manager of the Nippon-Ham Fighters. During his five seasons in Japan, the Nippon-Ham Fighters made three playoff appearances (2004, 2006, 2007), which included winning the 2006 Japan Series championship and the 2006 Asian championship. It was the first title for the Nippon-Ham Fighters franchise since 1962. His overall record in Japan was 351-32414 (.520). Off the field, Hillman and Royals GM Dayton Moore started the Get In the Game Foundation prior to the 2009 season. Get In the Game is a tax-exempt public foundation dedicated to improving the socio-economic conditions within urban core, rural, and disaster impacted communities within the greater Kansas City area. The Foundation intends to fund programs and events that use sports, business, and civic leaders to identify, inspire, and empower young people to engage in social enterprise.

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The 2009 season saw UT Arlington win 30 games for the first time since 2004 and had many record-breaking performances from a squad full of upperclassmen, including 21 seniors. Those seniors are now gone but it is the experienced leaders and talented newcomers that make the Maverick coaching staff excited about the 2010 season. Gone are SLC strikeout leader Nathan Long, SLC batting champion Matt Otteman and Andrew Kainer, who broke the school and SLC hitting streak record a year ago, but returning are Michael Choice, Chad Comer, Rett Varner, Jason Mitchell and Adam Boydston, who all played significant roles in the Mavericks’ successful 30-win campaign a year ago. “I think one of our biggest strengths is going to be our leadership,” third-year head coach Darin Thomas said. “We have some guys back who really want to win and work hard and I think that will rub off with our new players.” Headlining the list of returning players is preseason All-American Michael Choice (.413, 11 HR, 52 RBI in 2009). A member of the 2009 USA Baseball National Team (Collegiate), Choice enters his junior season as the school’s all-time leading hitter (.396) and has been the starting center fielder for the Mavericks since his first game in a UTA uniform. Chad Comer (.266, 1 HR, 32 RBI) was an honorable mention All-Southland Conference selection at catcher in 2009 as a redshirt sophomore. Behind the plate it is hard to find a player as polished as Comer proved to be last season. He threw out 51 percent of opponent base stealers during conference play and threw out 29-of-67 would-be base stealers for the season, which is the most runners thrown out by a UTA catcher in over a decade. Rett Varner (2-3, 3.95 ERA, 44 K) might be the most interesting returner. With a strong redshirt sophomore season under his belt last season where he ranked ninth in the SLC in ERA, made 10 starts with two combined shutouts and was drafted in the 34th round by the Chicago Cubs, the year ahead looks to be much brighter for Varner. He spent the 2009 summer pitching for the Coppell Copperheads where he led them to a league championship while being named Texas Collegiate League Pitcher of the Year. He tallied a 4-2 record in 46 innings with a 1.17 ERA and 57 strikeouts. Varner’s power-pitching approach is equipped with a fastball that was consistently clocked in the 93-96 mph range in the fall and with a slider many considered among the best in the TCL last summer. Jason Mitchell (4-5, 4.63, 42) was up and ready on the drop of a dime last season for the Mavericks as a starter or out of the bullpen. He was nearly un-hittable pitching at Clay Gould Ballpark with a 4-0 record, 2.91 ERA in six appearances (two starts). Mitchell joined Varner as the only Maverick pitchers to start in at least five games and also make over 15 appearances. Adam Boydston (1-5, 3.29, 9 saves) had a breakthrough season as the Mavericks top bullpen option as a sophomore. Boydston led

the team with 29 appearances and his nine saves were the most by a Maverick since 2004 (Mike Snapp, 12). With those five returners the Mavericks will have plenty of experienced players to lean on, but it is the list of newcomers that stretches 22 deep which leaves concern for UTA. “With a schedule like ours we don’t have any easy games where we can just ease the new players in,” Thomas said. “They are going to have to learn on the fly. We have to get them ready to play and when we hit some rough patches we are going to have to be patient with them and stay positive.” But recent UTA baseball history shows it isn’t necessarily bad to have a large group of newcomers. Just ask the 2006 Mavericks who ended their season in the NCAA Tournament at the Austin Regional after winning the SLC Tournament with only five returning lettermen and 26 newcomers on the roster. The list of 2010 newcomers includes 10 freshmen, nine transfers and three returning redshirted players. STARTING PITCHING The Mavericks led the SLC with a 4.38 ERA last season, but only four pitchers that threw at least 10.0 innings return from that staff. Varner looks poised to step forward and be the staff ace. In only seven appearances and four starts in SLC play last season, Varner

posted a 2.89 ERA in 28.0 innings with 14 strikeouts. And Mitchell, who made six starts – four in conference – threw in 58.1 innings last season. “Rett Varner and Jason Mitchell are going to be at the top of our rotation,” Thomas said. “They are two returners, they both went out and got better over the summer, they are both ready to have really good years and they are two guys we are going to be counting on to carry the load and win big games for us. I’m excited to see how the year goes for them and how they lead our pitching staff.” Varner was an All-League selection in the TCL and was ranked the fourth best MLB Draft prospect from the TCL league by Baseball America’s Top Prospect List of collegiate summer leagues. His summer numbers include walking only seven batters and holding opponents to a .159 batting average. “Rett has gotten better since he has been here,” Thomas said. “He has gotten better from year-to-year and from semester-to-semester. If you compare his starts last season at the beginning to his starts towards the end of the year against Baylor and Oklahoma, it is night and day. He continued that into our conference tournament and pitched in some big innings for us. “He then had a great summer and the few times we put him out there this fall he showed us he has made a big jump. And I think he will continue to get better.”

2010 Southland Conference Preseason Polls COACHES POLL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Texas State (5) _____________________ 114 Sam Houston State (4) ______________ 107 Lamar (3) _________________________ 105 Southeastern Louisiana ______________ 84 UTSA _____________________________ 77 UT Arlington _______________________ 73 Northwestern State__________________ 65 Stephen F. Austin ___________________ 50 Central Arkansas ____________________ 39 McNeese State _____________________ 34 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ____________ 23 Nicholls ___________________________ 17

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS POLL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Texas State (6) _____________________ 112 Sam Houston State (4) ______________ 103 Lamar (2) _________________________ 100 Southeastern Louisiana ______________ 90 UTSA _____________________________ 83 UT Arlington _______________________ 76 Northwestern State__________________ 62 Stephen F. Austin ___________________ 46 McNeese State _____________________ 41 Central Arkansas ____________________ 40 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ____________ 21 Nicholls ___________________________ 17

2010 Southland Conference Preseason All-Conference Teams FIRST TEAM 1B Trey Hernandez ______ A&M-Corpus Christi 2B Braeden Riley * _______ Sam Houston State 3B Lance Brown * ___________________ UTSA SS Trent Grondin * _______Northwestern State C Chad Comer ______________ UT Arlington DH Brett Aguilar_____________________ UTSA OF Michael Choice * ___________ UT Arlington OF Tyler Sibley * ________________Texas State OF Bret Atwood * _______________Texas State P Eric Harrington * _________________Lamar P Rett Varner _______________ UT Arlington P Dallas Gallant _________ Sam Houston State

SECOND TEAM 1B Kyle Livingstone _____________Texas State 2B Ryan Hutson * ___________________ UTSA 3B Chade Lyles __________Northwestern State SS Jason Martinson _____________Texas State C Josh Cryer _______ Southeastern Louisiana DH Wade Mathis ____________________Lamar OF Lee Orr * ________________ McNeese State OF Scott Moseley _________________ Nicholls OF Cass Hargis _______ Southeastern Louisiana P Chris Franklin _____ Southeastern Louisiana P Matt Shelton _________ Sam Houston State P Chad Sheppard _______Northwestern State

First-place votes in parenthesis * - Automatic selection, based on 2009 All-SLC Team selection

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CHAD COMER (RS Junior) - Comer returns as one of the top catchers in the Southland Conference. Comer has started 74 games behind the plate in his UTA career.

Lynch HS. Last summer, Beck led the Dallas DBAT Mustangs to the Connie Mack World Series where he was named All-Tournament team hitting .318 with six runs, three extra-base hits and five RBI in tournament play. Beck batted .517 with eight home runs and 45 RBI as a senior with a 6-3 record, 66 strikeouts and a 2.30 ERA on the mound. “We are very excited to have Preston in our program,” Thomas said. “He is a very good freshman that we can add to the mix. With Preston being a two-way player that makes him even more valuable. He is going to pitch a lot. He threw a lot for us in the fall. He is a three-pitch guy with an outstanding changeup, a good slider and has plenty of velocity. “Preston is a competitor and a good athlete. I don’t know what role he will be in going into the season. We are going to start him at the beginning of the year, but I know he can pitch in a variety of roles, but he will definitely throw a lot as a freshman. He will also possibly be in the middle of our order as a hitter.”

RETT VARNER (left), JASON MITCHELL (right) - Rett Varner and Jason Mitchell are the top two returning pitchers on the Mavericks staff as the two combined made 34 appearances with 16 starts in 2009.

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Walker had a dominating senior campaign striking out 55 with a perfect 6-0 record and a miniscule 0.43 ERA. He earned District Pitcher of the Year honors and helped Midway HS to a 23-5 overall record. “Brody could be one of our top starters,” Thomas said. “The sky is the limit for him. He has plenty of velocity, he is a big kid with long arms and is a little bit raw but really learned as the fall went along. He is the kind of player you want in your program because his up-side is about as good as anyone on our pitching staff. We expect him to contribute a lot as a freshman.” One transfer who could be a wildcard for the Mavericks is junior Josh Christenson (Humble, Texas – Richland College). After helping lead Richland College to a national championship during his freshman season, Christenson had a solid sophomore campaign before heading to UTA this past fall. Christenson sat out much of the fall season with an arm injury and if healthy could prove to be a pitcher who logs a lot of innings in 2010. “Josh Christenson was a big recruit for us,” Thomas said. “He has been injured and if he is able to get healthy he will really be able to help us on the mound. If he bounces back from his injury he has a lot of potential.”

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Mitchell was the Opening Day starter for the Mavericks a year ago and was put in crucial moments as a starter and reliever all season. Mitchell pitched in close contests against Texas, Illinois, Sam Houston State, UTSA, TCU, Oral Roberts and Baylor to name a few. In addition, eight of Mitchell’s 12 relief outings were multiinning appearances. “He pitched in numerous roles for us last year,” Thomas said. “He closed, provided long relief in the midweek, started and he was out there in a lot of big situations. His first four, five or six appearances the game was on the line every time he was out there and that is invaluable experience. He has gotten better and he has worked his tail off and he is ready to have a good senior year.” One of the newcomers the Mavericks will rely heavily on is Logan Bawcom (Midland, Texas – Midland JC), who the coaching staff sees as a potential two-way threat. Bawcom went 5-1 with a 4.02 ERA and 45 strikeouts at Midland JC in 2009, and he also recorded a .325 average with 10 home runs and 47 RBI. He also nailed down seven saves while being named first team All-Conference. “Logan is a guy we really liked in the fall,” Thomas said. “He is a strike thrower and his velocity is better than it was last spring when we saw him. He has gotten better. He is a twoway guy, he is also a hitter. Right now we really need him to be a productive starting pitcher for us. He is a three-pitch pitcher, and he is a strike thrower and a very good competitor.” A pair of freshmen could be options in the Mavs’ rotation as righty Preston Beck (Dallas, Texas) and lefty Brody Walker (Waco, Texas) made strong impressions during the fall season. Beck should make an immediate impact for the Mavericks as a hitter and pitcher after earning first team All-State as a senior at Bishop

BULLPEN UT Arlington’s bullpen returns one of the top closers in the SLC with Boydston and also returns lefties Brian Watson (1-1, 5.09, 20) and Mark Picca (0-1, 13.50, 7). The Mavericks have added plenty of depth to their bullpen, which lost seven seniors from a year ago. Boydston came on the scene for the Mavericks and proceeded to lead the team with 38.1 relief innings in 2009. He was the stopper and the closer for UTA while retiring 21-of-29 first batters he faced and he allowed only three inherited base runners to score while leaving 15 stranded on base. “Adam pitched a lot of big innings for us last year,” Thomas said. “He helped us win a lot of games and was out there in some crucial situations, which should really help him this year. Now that doesn’t mean Adam is going to be pitching strictly out of the bullpen this year. We are going to try and start him, but we do know we can count on him out of the bullpen.”

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out of here. He is the type of guy who came in and redshirted, paid his dues, and has gotten better every year he has been in the program. He is a very valuable part of what we are trying to do.” Vying for midweek duty for the Mavericks behind the plate will be redshirt senior Steffan Guest (.271, 2, 18 in 2008) and freshman Daniel Garcia (Arlington, Texas). “I’m interested to see what Steffan can do physically,” Thomas said. “He has been hurt since the day he got here with numerous injuries. But the more he caught this fall the better he got. We will see how his arm holds up and how healthy he can stay.” FIRST BASE Three players are in the mix for the starting position at first base. It looks to be a tossup going into the season as to who the starter will be. The two returners who will be battling for the position are redshirt sophomore Jordan Vaughn (.000, 0, 2) and redshirt junior Shane Hopkins (.238, 0, 0 – before season-ending injury) and freshman Preston Beck will also be a top contender. Hopkins is the only returning player who made a start at first base last season with six, but made his last start on March 6 before suffering a season-ending injury. “We don’t really know what we are going to do at first base going into the season,” Thomas said. “We have three guys at that position with two left-handed hitters (Hopkins

and Beck) and Vaughn, who bats from the right side. It is up in the air right now.” Also in that mix might be Bawcom, who the coaching staff feels might be the best defensive player in the group. Beck is a player who could see time at many defensive positions, but one thing will remain constant, his bat will be in the lineup. “With Beck, we are going to try him at third base, first base and we will try him in left field,” Thomas said. “We just need to find a spot that fits him best because we need his bat in the lineup.” SECOND BASE/SHORTSTOP The Mavericks led the Southland Conference in fielding percentage last season and it will have to be a new group of players if the Mavericks are to repeat as the SLC’s top defensive unit. Junior Jesse Payne (Carrollton, Texas – North Central Texas College) and freshmen Daniel Jordan (Wylie, Texas) and Cody Dyvig (Fort Worth, Texas) are the core of the middle infield group. Payne batted .437 with 11 doubles and 27 RBI during his sophomore season at North Central Texas College in 2009 while Jordan was a three-time All-District selection in his prep career and Dyvig hit .422 with five home runs, 21 RBI and 14 stolen bases as a senior. “I like the fact that we have three good middle infielder,” Thomas said. “Two can play shortstop and two can play second base.

MICHAEL CHOICE (Junior) - Choice batted .417 (20-for-48) in 12 games against nationally-ranked opponents with five doubles, one home run and nine RBI in 2009.

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Daniel Jordan and Jesse Payne were both solid defensively in the fall at shortstop, and Daniel and Cody Dyvig were both strong at second base. “So we have three people that can play two spots. All three can play there and all of them will get a shot at those positions and we will just see what our rotation will be there.” THIRD BASE Junior Brian Nephew (Arlington, Texas – McLennan CC) and Beck will battle for the starting spot at the hot corner after the three players who patrolled third base last season all graduated. Nephew had two strong seasons at Texas junior-college powerhouse McLennan CC. He helped lead his team to a third-place Regional Tournament finish while batting .340 with 15 doubles, seven home runs and 50 RBI in 2009. He crushed six home runs and drove in 35 RBI as a freshman. Nephew was an All-Conference selection his sophomore season. “Brian Nephew could be a middle of the order hitter for us,” Thomas said. “He is a good leader and brings a good bat to our lineup. He is a good baseball player. “Preston Beck will also push for playing time at third base. Brian is a little ahead defensively, but offensively the sky is the limit for Preston, he has a chance to really hit.” Thomas knows lack of experience is an issue for his young infield group, but he likes what he sees when it comes to making out a lineup. “I liked when we scrimmaged in the fall and split up our middle infielders that defense was never an issue. Offense comes around with experience, but sometimes defense doesn’t. It

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was a good sign seeing how well we played at those positions defensively. I’m excited to have all of them for the next couple of years.” OUTFIELD Not only is Michael Choice the top returning player for the Mavericks, he is arguably the top returning player in the Southland Conference and one of the top returning players in the country. In fact, one publication has Choice listed as the No. 13 ranked player in the nation in a top 100 projected players list. Choice has enjoyed unparalleled success in his brief UTA career, one that no player in UTA history has ever been able to match following their first two collegiate seasons. He became the first player in school history to play for Team USA, and he followed with a .350 batting average with three home runs and 13 RBI while being named to the World Baseball Challenge All-Tournament team with the top returning collegiate players in the nation. He has ranked in the top five in the SLC in batting during both his freshman and sophomore seasons, and his freshman batting average of .376 was a UTA freshman record. Choice collected 30 multi-hit games in 2009 and enters the 2010 season with a career best 12-game hit streak. He was second on the team with 25 two-out RBI and his 13 infield base hits led the team. He also led the team with a .427 average with runners on base and hit a team-high .467 (35-for-75) with runners in scoring position. “He is definitely the face of the program,” Thomas said of his center fielder. “He is going to be the middle of the order hitter for the third year in a row and will be our main RBI guy and the guy we look to. “I’m not worried about him producing I’m worried about the guys around him producing,” Thomas said. “That is what we had last year and that is what made Michael successful. We had a couple of hitters step up and get better around him and I think we will this year too. Who that will be, I don’t know, I couldn’t have predicted it last year either. But it is going to be exciting to see his junior year, but it is also going to be exciting to see some people playing well around him also.” Two newcomers that are looking to crack the Mavs’ starting lineup are Bryant Lopez (Copperas Cove, Texas – North Central Texas College) and Nick Orr (Mesa, Ariz. – Mesa CC), who are both junior-college transfers that had strong fall seasons. “A couple of very good defensive players are Bryant Lopez and Nick Orr,” Thomas said. “They both run really well and both are top of the order hitters. Bryant is a right-handed hitter and Orr bats left. They are both very good defensively and have a chance to hit in the one and two spots in our order.” The Mavericks also have options in right and left field with redshirt sophomore Eric Wright (.188, 1, 3) and freshmen Jake Pinchback and Taylor Mabra (Mansfield, Texas). Wright was the top hitter off the bench for the Mavericks in 2009 going 3-for-8 in pinchhitting opportunities. His first career home run

came in a ninth-inning pinch hitting appearance on the road against Louisiana-Monroe. “Eric Wright is back and he had a good fall swinging the bat and is an option in left field,” Thomas said. “Taylor Mabra is a freshman that got better and better and better in the fall and he is a right-handed hitter. Jake Pinchback is a left-handed hitter that had a good fall and will play some outfield and also pitch in relief for us.” David Walsh (Coppell, Texas) is another talented newcomer who could be a valuable asset to the Mavericks offense if he is able to come back from his shoulder surgery which sidelined him all fall. “David Walsh was a big recruit for us,” Thomas said. “If he is healthy he could step in and help us offensively this season. We just need to be careful with him and not rush him back.”

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ADAM BOYDSTON (Junior) - Boydston ranked fourth in the Southland Conference with nine saves and was fifth in the league with 29 appearances. His nine saves are the most by a UTA pitcher since Mike Snapp tallied 12 in 2004.

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Associate Commissioner for Communications Bruce Ludlow

Associate Commissioner for Institutional Services Stephanie McDonald

Administrative Assistant Teri Franch

Associate Commissioner for External Affairs Jenny McGhee

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In an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions. What began as a small gathering of college administrators more than 45 years ago, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 12 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current members Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology) and the University of Texas at Arlington (then Arlington State College), the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. On July 1, 2006, the Southland Conference commemorated another milestone as the league membership reached 12, marking the largest configuration ever for the organization. The addition of the University of Central Arkansas and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi expanded the Southland into the Little Rock metro area and into the eighth largest city in Texas. Central Arkansas and A&M-Corpus Christi enhanced the Southland Conference in innumerable ways, including athletic and academic successes, strong and principled leadership, and strong fan support and media coverage. In addition to its two newest members, the Southland Conference lineup also consists of Lamar University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University, the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and Texas State University-San Marcos. All told, the revised membership of the Southland encompasses more than 180,000 current students and an alumni base of approximately 920,000. Famous alums from Southland Conference schools include former President Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas State), former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), retired U.S. Central Command General Tommy Franks (UT Arlington), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), country music star George Strait (Texas State), Major League Baseball stars Hunter Pence (UT Arlington), Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Ben Broussard (McNeese State), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas) and actor Lou Diamond Phillips (UT Arlington). The cities of the Southland are diverse and progressive, ranging from international business and cultural centers such as the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, San Antonio and the New Orleans area, to the historical cities of Nacogdoches, Texas, and Natchitoches, La., to the home of the modern oil boom, Beaumont, Texas, to the unique Cajun French cultures found in the Louisiana cities of Thibodaux and Lake Charles. Southland Conference institutions also draw large numbers of students from the metropolitan areas of Houston, Little Rock, Baton Rouge, Austin, and Shreveport. The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The Conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball.

Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) leagues in the nation, and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. In 2002 and 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest, the sixth such title game appearance since the league joined FCS in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 89 Division I playoff games in 27 years, winning 42 of the contests. Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. Originally an NAIA conference, the Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1968. The College Division was re-named NCAA Division II in 1973, and the league played two seasons in that class. The Southland was an NCAA Division I league from 1975-81, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. During its tenure as a Division I conference from 1975-81, the Southland Conference was instrumental in the startup of the Independence Bowl in 1976. The Southland representative served as the host team of the bowl until 1980, compiling a 2-3 record in those contests. The Conference can lay claim to five national championships, including College Division championships through former members Arkansas State (1970, UPI) and Louisiana Tech (1972, National Football Foundation). Louisiana Tech also won the first-ever NCAA-sanctioned national title, winning the Division II playoffs in 1973. Tech followed that with the UPI’s Division II national championship in 1974. Louisiana-Monroe won the 1987 FCS national title. McNeese State, which has made 13 appearances in the national playoffs, played in the 1997 and 2002 NCAA Division I FCS national championship games, while Stephen F. Austin played in the 1989 title game and has four playoff appearances. Northwestern State has played in the playoffs six times, and advanced to the semifinals in 1998, while Sam Houston State has earned four trips to the postseason, including the semifinals in 2004. Nicholls has participated three times in the playoffs. Last season, Texas State made its second postseason appearance in four years. Included was a trip to the semifinals in 2005. On four occasions, the Southland has placed three teams in the national 16-team playoffs. Six of the eight current football-playing members have qualified for the FCS playoffs. In addition, Texas State won NCAA Division II titles in 1981 and 1982 before joining the Southland. The Southland has produced 152 first-team football All-Americans during its history, and has sent such talent to the professional ranks including Oakland’s Keith Davis (Sam Houston State), Carolina’s Josh McCown (Sam Houston State), Buffalo’s Terrence McGee (Northwestern State), Kansas City’s B.J. Sams (McNeese State), Detroit’s Kevin Smith (McNeese State), Minnesota’s Fred Evans (Texas State), Tennessee’s Jacob Ford (Central Arkansas), and Oakland’s Luke Lawton (McNeese State). Twenty-three former players from the Southland were on NFL rosters to start the 2008 season. In the 2009 NFL Draft, the league saw four players taken, the most among FCS conferences and the most since five were selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. The league had two players selected in each of the three previous drafts and has seen 21 players taken in the NFL Draft since 2000. Among the former NFL stars from the Southland include Fred Dean, who was inducted to the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 2008 to become the first former Southland Conference player to earn induction in Canton. Other great NFL players from

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American seasons in 2009, the league continues to find national success in both indoor and outdoor track and field. In the indoor circuit, the Southland boasts 58 unique all-time All-Americans that have won a combined 10 national championships. Likewise in the spring outdoor season, the league has seen 132 different All-Americans, including 105 men and 27 women, combine to win 20 national championships. Golf has traditionally been a strong Southland sport as exemplified by Lamar men’s golfer Chris Stroud, who finished third individually at the 2003 NCAA National Championship and is a current member of the PGA Tour. The league has sent multiple teams into postseason play on numerous occasions, including each of the previous two seasons with both Lamar and UT Arlington qualifying for a regional. Additionally, in 2009, five individuals from the Southland also earned a spot in a regional. Lamar won a pair of NCAA Division II national championships in 1967 and 1968, and also produced PGA player Ronnie Black. In 2005, Lamar’s Dawie Van Der Walt finished fourth individually and Lamar tied for 12th place at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, before the Cardinals tied for ninth in 2006 and tied for third in 2007. Former Lamar golfer Casey Clendenon advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur in 2007. Southland tennis has also experienced national prominence. UT Arlington All-American Andy Leber was the 2002 ITA/Ted Farnsworth National Senior CoPlayer of the Year after a 43-3 record and earning the nation’s No. 2 ranking. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 46 consecutive conference matches during a four-year period that began in 2005. The conference has increased sponsorship and championships opportunities for female student-athletes in recent years, adding women’s golf and soccer as league sports. In 2007, Stephen F. Austin became the first Southland team to score a goal in the NCAA tournament, while Texas State became the first women’s golf program to compete in the NCAA tournament. The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. Also, student-athletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. Also, student-athletes with grade point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recognizes accomplishments off the court for a male and female student-athlete.

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the Southland include Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Stan Humphries, Bill Bergey, Fred Barnett, Roger Carr, Marvin Upshaw, Larry Centers, Kavika Pittman, Mike Barber, Bruce Collie, Tim McKyer, Pat Tilley, Jackie Harris, Eugene Seale, Bubby Brister, Billy Ryckman, Rafael Septien, Buford Jordan, Marcus Spears, Terrance Shaw, and Ray Brown. The Southland Conference has also seen its share of great coaches during its history in Maxie Lambright, Ernie Duplechin, Sam Goodwin, Jack Doland, Bennie Ellender, Bobby Keasler, Larry Lacewell, Bill Davidson, Dennis Franchione, Pat Collins, and Ron Randleman. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. In addition to football, the Southland Conference can point to a number of accomplishments in all sports. Men’s basketball has experienced a tremendous amount of success during the Southland’s 45-plus years. The league has sent two teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as well as a squad to the NIT Final Four. Basketball stars Karl Malone, Joe Dumars, Jeff Foster, Dwight “Bo” Lamar, Andrew Toney, Devin Brown, and Mike Oliver played in the Southland Conference. In 2006, Northwestern State, playing as the No. 14 seed in the NCAA Tournament, defeated No. 3 seed Iowa, 64-63, in first-round action. In 2008, the league saw two postseason teams (UT Arlington in the NCAA Tournament and Stephen F. Austin in the NIT) for the first time since 2001. Coaches such as Billy Tubbs, Mike Vining, Scotty Robertson, Jack Martin, Andy Russo, Bobby Paschal and Pat Foster have led teams in the Southland. In women’s basketball, the Southland also has its share of tradition with Louisiana-Monroe advancing to the 1985 NCAA Women’s Final Four, and Stephen F. Austin sustaining itself as one of the most successful programs in the history of the sport. In 2008, the Ladyjacks became the sixth program in NCAA Division I history to record more than 800 wins, joining Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Old Dominion, Texas and James Madison. For three consecutive seasons (2007-09) the Southland has sent two teams to the postseason as UT Arlington made its second appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2007 and UTSA saw its first action in the big dance in 2008 and made a return trip in 2009. A Southland team has played in the WNIT nine times, including each of the last three years. Women’s basketball all-stars have included Eun Jung Lee, Lisa Ingram, Portia Hill, Deneen Parker, Katrina Price, and Joskeen Garner, and coaches such as Gary Blair, Linda Sharp, James Smith and Linda Harper. Baseball has emerged as a huge Southland Conference strength with the league earning numerous national rankings and NCAA Tournament berths. The Southland consistently ranks among the top-10 conferences in the country. Major leaguers such as Ben Sheets, the league’s highest draft pick (10th in 1999 by the Milwaukee Brewers), Micah Hoffpauir, Hunter Pence, David Segui, Brian Lawrence, Ben Broussard, Chuck Finley, Jerald Clark, and Terry Matthews once played in the league. Former UT Arlington shortstop, Trey Hillman, a three-time All-Southland selection from 1983-85, was named the manager for the Kansas City Royals following the 2007 season and coached the American League in the MLB All-Star Game this past July. Southeastern Louisiana pitcher Wade Miley was the 43rd overall selection in the 2008 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft to become the 11th-highest player selected in league history. In 2005, McNeese State pitcher Jacob Marceaux was a first-round pick by the Florida Marlins, becoming the sixth Southland player taken in the first round. A total of 21 players were selected in the 2009 draft, the third most in conference history. Such coaches as Jim Gilligan, who won his 1,100th career game in 2009, Pat Patterson, Butch McBroom, Mark Johnson, Jim Wells, Smoke Laval, Dave Van Horn, Mike Bianco, John Cohen and Tony Robichaux, have patrolled Southland dugouts. Softball continues to enjoy success on a national level, as the league has knocked off at least one nationally ranked opponent since 1995, including a win by McNeese State over 19th-ranked LSU in 2009. In the 2003 NCAA Tournament, UT Arlington and Texas State enjoyed unprecedented success as each won two games in the national event. The league has also won at least one game in the NCAA tournament in three of the past five years. Texas State shut out No. 12 Northwestern in the opening game of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. In 18 years on NCAA competition the Southland has racked up 14 wins. The Southland has a proud history in volleyball as UT Arlington has represented the conference eight times in the NCAA tournament, advancing all the way to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four in 1989. In 2006, Stephen F. Austin moved to the second round following an opening-round win against Alabama. Track and field has also served as a proud asset for the Southland Conference as the league has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists. The Southland boasts 27 men and three women student-athletes who have won NCAA track and field national championships, including A&M-Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (10,000-meter run) in 2007 and 2008 and McNeese State’s Brad Gebauer (pole vault) in 2007. The league has also produced U.S. Olympic track and field medalists Earl Bell, Thomas Hill, Al Joyner and Charles Austin, Liudmila Litvinova, along with other Olympians. With the addition of five more All-

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 2010 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament Wednesday-Saturday, May 26-29, 2010 Whataburger Field ● Corpus Christi, Texas The Southland Conference Baseball Tournament returns to Corpus Christi’s Whataburger Field in 2010, which is the home of the Houston Astros Double-A affiliate, Corpus Christi Hooks. Whataburger Field opened on Sunday, April 17, 2005, when Corpus Christi hosted Midland. The stadium features 5,050 seats and 19 luxury suites.

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1964 ______________ Trinity 1965 ______________ Trinity 1966 ______________ Trinity 1967 _______ Arkansas State 1968 _______ Arkansas State 1969-92 ____ No Tournament 1993 _______ McNeese State 1994 _______________ UTSA 1995 ____ Louisiana-Monroe 1996 ____Sam Houston State 1997 __________ Texas State

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

_____________ Nicholls __________ Texas State __________ Texas State ________ UT Arlington ______________ Lamar _______ McNeese State ______________ Lamar _______________ UTSA ________ UT Arlington ____Sam Houston State ____Sam Houston State ____Sam Houston State

Wednesday, May 26 Game 1: 9 a.m. - Teams TBA Game 2: Noon - Teams TBA Game 3: 4 p.m. - Teams TBA Game 4: 7 p.m. - Teams TBA

Friday, May 28 Game 9: 9 a.m. - Teams TBA Game 10: Noon - Teams TBA Game 11: 4 p.m. - Teams TBA Game 12: 7 p.m. - Teams TBA

Thursday, May 27 Game 5: 9 a.m. - Teams TBA Game 6: Noon - Teams TBA Game 7: 4 p.m. - Teams TBA Game 8: 7 p.m. - Teams TBA

Saturday, May 29 Game 13: 9 a.m. - Teams TBA Game 14: 1 p.m. - Teams TBA Championship: 6 p.m. - Teams TBA

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UT ARLINGTON SLC TOURNAMENT HISTORY YEAR 1993

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SCORE 1-4 12-6 1-6 11-3 5-6 2-4 3-4 6-7 11-10 3-12 1-14 11-8 4-0 7-3 * 4-6 * 7-9 7-6 6-2 0-1 5-2 3-1 * 3-1 3-5 0-4 4-3 15-10 3-12 6-4 12-7 * 0-14 9-7 3-8 5-6 1-7 4-1 3-8 3-9 5-1 2-1 8-7 * 8-2 2-22 3-7 3-4 7-4 3-4

SITE Natchitoches, La.

Shreveport, La.

Shreveport, La.

UT ARLINGTON RECORDS By Site Beaumont, Texas Hammond, La. Huntsville, Texas Monroe, La. Natchitoches, La. Shreveport, La. Corpus Christi, Texas TOTAL

W 9 1 0 8 2 1 1 22

L 4 2 2 6 4 4 2 24

By Opponents Lamar Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State Northwestern State Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Texas State UTSA TOTAL

W 3 3 2 6 0 0 1 3 4 22

L 6 3 3 2 3 1 0 6 0 24

By Coaches Butch McBroom (1993-99) Clay Gould (2001) Jeff Curtis (2002-06) Darin Thomas (2008-09) TOTAL

W 6 5 10 1 22

L 10 1 9 4 24

Monroe, La.

Monroe, La.

Beaumont, Texas

Beaumont, Texas Monroe, La.

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Beaumont, La.

Huntsville, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas

YEAR PLAYER 1993 ______________Karl Heckendorns (2B) 1995 __________________ Paul Stovall (DH) 1997 ___________________ Tim Linville (SS) 1999 ______________ MVP - Matt Mize (OF) Joe Kennedy (2B) J.T. Herak (SS) Mike Bradley (P) 2001 ___________ MVP - K.J. Hendricks (SS) Joel Alvarado (C) Craig Martin (2B) Junior Ramirez (OF) Mike Snapp (P) 2003 _________________ Ryan Roberts (3B) Kasey Baker (DH) Paul Bruder (OF) Aaron Pullin (P) 2005 _________________ Daniel Macha (3B) 2006 ______________ MVP - Ryan Riddle (P) Adam Moore (C) Robby Winn (1B) Kyle Rudy (SS) Brandon Endsley (P)

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OPPONENT Sam Houston State Northwestern State Sam Houston State Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State Louisiana-Monroe Northwestern State Texas State Sam Houston State Texas State Northwestern State UTSA UTSA Texas State Texas State Texas State UTSA Lamar Louisiana-Monroe Lamar Lamar Lamar Texas State Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State McNeese State Texas State Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe Lamar Northwestern State Lamar Texas State McNeese State UTSA Lamar Northwestern State Texas State Southeastern Louisiana Lamar Stephen F. Austin Lamar

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS/STANDINGS 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

SLC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS _______________________________ Trinity _______________________________ Trinity _______________________________ Trinity ________________________ Arkansas State ________________________ Arkansas State _______________________________ Trinity ________________________ Arkansas State _______________________________ Lamar ____________________ Louisiana-Lafayette ____________________ Louisiana-Lafayette ________________________ Louisiana Tech __________________ Louisiana Tech/Lamar _______________________________ Lamar _______________________________ Lamar ________________________ Louisiana Tech _______________________________ Lamar ________________________ Louisiana Tech _______________________________ Lamar _____________________ vacated by Lamar _____________________ Louisiana-Monroe _______________________________ Lamar _______________________________ Lamar ________________________ Louisiana Tech ________________________ Louisiana Tech ________________________McNeese State ____________________ Sam Houston State _________________________ UT Arlington ____________________ Northwestern State _________________________ UT Arlington ____________________ Northwestern State ____________________ Northwestern State ____________________ Northwestern State __________ Louisiana-Monroe (La. Division) Texas State (Texas Division) _________ Northwestern State (La. Division) Texas State (Texas Division) ____________________ Northwestern State _____________________ Louisiana-Monroe ________ Louisiana-Monroe/McNeese State ____________________ Northwestern State ______Northwestern State/Louisiana-Monroe _______________________________ Lamar _______________________________ Lamar ____________________ Northwestern State ________________________McNeese State ______________________________ ^ UTSA ________________________________UTSA ___________________________ Texas State

TEAM REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS Lamar _________________________________ 10 Northwestern State _______________________ 9 * Louisiana Tech __________________________ 6 * Louisiana-Monroe _______________________ 5 * Trinity _________________________________ 4 Texas State ______________________________ 3 * Arkansas State __________________________ 3 McNeese State ___________________________ 3 UT Arlington_____________________________ 2 UTSA ___________________________________ 2 * Louisiana-Lafayette ______________________ 2 Sam Houston State ________________________ 1

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SLC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1964 _______________________________ Trinity 1965 _______________________________ Trinity 1966 _______________________________ Trinity 1967 ________________________ Arkansas State 1968 ________________________ Arkansas State 1969-92 _____________________ No Tournament 1993 ________________________McNeese State 1994 ________________________________UTSA 1995 _____________________ Louisiana-Monroe 1996 ____________________ Sam Houston State 1997 ___________________________ Texas State 1998 _____________________________ Nicholls 1999 ___________________________ Texas State 2000 ___________________________ Texas State 2001 _________________________ UT Arlington 2002 _______________________________ Lamar 2003 ________________________McNeese State 2004 _______________________________ Lamar 2005 ________________________________UTSA 2006 _________________________ UT Arlington 2007 ____________________ Sam Houston State 2008 ____________________ Sam Houston State 2009 ____________________ Sam Houston State

TEAM TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Sam Houston State ________________________ 4 Texas State ______________________________ 3 * Trinity _________________________________ 3 UT Arlington_____________________________ 2 Lamar __________________________________ 2 * Arkansas State __________________________ 2 McNeese State ___________________________ 2 UTSA ___________________________________ 2 Nicholls _________________________________ 1 * Louisiana-Monroe _______________________ 1

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ALL-TIME RECORDS School Yrs. W-L Pct. Sam Houston State 9 23-10 .667 Nicholls 2 4-2 .667 Lamar 11 26-18 .591 Texas State 14 25-23 .521 UTSA 11 18-18 .500 A&M-Corpus Christi 1 2-2 .500 UT Arlington 13 22-24 .478 Southeastern Louisiana 4 7-8 .467 McNeese State 8 11-13 .458 Northwestern State 16 19-32 .373 Stephen F. Austin 2 1-4 .200 * Trinity 5 12-6 .667 * Arkansas State 5 11-6 .647 * Louisiana-Monroe 10 16-17 .485 * Abilene Christian 5 1-10 .091

NCAA PLAYOFF RECORDS School Yrs. W-L Lamar 10 11-20 Texas State 4 3-8 Sam Houston State 5 3-10 Northwestern State 3 2-6 McNeese State 4 2-8 UT Arlington 4 1-8 Nicholls 2 0-4 UTSA 2 0-4 * Louisiana Tech 6 6-12 * Louisiana-Monroe 4 2-8 * Trinity 3 1-6 * Arkansas State 1 0-2

COMPOSITE SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE REGULAR-SEASON RECORDS (SLC games only) School Yrs. W L T Lamar 1964-87, 1999386 238 1 Northwestern State 1988334 216 0 Texas State 1988315 236 0 UTSA 1992243 209 0 UT Arlington 1964398 389 0 Sam Houston State 1988274 277 0 McNeese State 1973368 403 1 Southeastern Louisiana 1998145 189 0 A&M-Corpus Christi 200735 57 1 Central Arkansas 200733 57 1 Nicholls 1992170 307 0 Stephen F. Austin 1988-95, 2006100 168 0 * Louisiana Tech 1972-87 164 95 0 * Trinity 1964-72 29 17 1 * Louisiana-Lafayette 1972-82 96 80 0 * Louisiana-Monroe 1983-06 278 255 2 * Arkansas State 1964-87 96 164 0 * Abilene Christian 1964-73 21 45 0 * North Texas 1984-89 17 70 0

Pct. .355 .273 .231 .250 .200 .111 .000 .000 .333 .200 .143 .000

Pct. .637 .607 .572 .538 .506 .497 .477 .434 .380 .367 .356 .350 .633 .628 .545 .521 .369 .318 .195

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School UT Arlington UT Arlington UT Arlington

Overall 26-31 30-26 56-57

Conf. 16-14 19-13 35-27

Home 17-13 20-7 37-20

Road 8-14 8-15 16-29

THE DARIN THOMAS FILE: Coaching Career UT Arlington Head Coach ______________ 2008-Present UT Arlington Associate Head Coach ________ 2001-2007 UT Arlington Assistant Coach _____________ 2000-2001 Liberal Bee Jays Head Coach (collegiate summer league) 1996-2000 Seward County CC Assistant Coach _________ 1991-2000 Oklahoma Christian HS Head Coach ________ 1990-1991

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Darin Thomas enters his third season as UT Arlington’s head baseball coach and 10th season on the Mavericks staff in 2010. Thomas is 56-57 in two seasons as head coach after leading the Mavericks to a 30-win season in 2009 and to the program’s second consecutive Southland Conference Tournament appearance. Thomas also continued his unparalleled success with his student-athletes in the classroom while tallying a 3.0 team GPA in both semesters in 20082009. The UTA baseball program now has five straight 3.0 team GPA’s semesters since Thomas became head coach during the 2007-2008 school year. Four of Thomas’ players were named to the SLC All-Academic team, with Matt Otteman being selected a first team member and as a 2009 SLC Scholar Athlete of the Year. A total of 21 UTA baseball players were selected to the Capital One/SLC Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Thomas led the Mavericks to five wins over nationally-ranked opponents in 2009, which included a series sweep over No. 25 Minnesota and to victories over No. 7 Baylor, No. 17 Oklahoma and No. 25 Texas State. The sweep over Minnesota was the program’s first sweep over a ranked opponent in 25 years. In two seasons as head coach, Thomas has defeated every Big 12 opponent the Mavericks have faced at least once. The Mavs have also knocked off nationally-ranked Texas, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State to give the UTA program eight victories over ranked opponents during Thomas’ head coaching tenure. Thomas’ squad saw many highlights in 2009, including leading the Southland Conference in ERA (4.38) and tying for the league-lead in fielding percentage (.971). Individual honors were achieved at an all-time clip with Matt Otteman leading the conference in batting average (.432), Nathan Long leading the conference and breaking the school’s single-season strikeout record (104), Michael Choice becoming the first UTA player and only the second player ever from the SLC to play for Team USA and Andrew Kainer breaking the school and SLC all-time hitting streak record with a 36-game streak. Following the season the Mavericks had two players chosen in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft with Nathan Long going in the 26th round to the Oakland Athletics and Rett Varner being taken in the 34th round by the Chicago Cubs. Long signed a contract with the Athletics during the following days while Varner opted to return for his redshirt-junior season in 2010. Weeks following the draft, three

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√ In his first two seasons as head coach, Thomas led UT Arlington to eight wins over nationally-ranked opponents. The Mavs have defeated No. 7 Texas A&M, No. 7 Baylor, No. 14 Oklahoma State, No. 17 Oklahoma, No. 20 Texas, No. 25 Texas State and No. 25 Minnesota, twice. √ In 2009, UT Arlington led the Southland Conference in ERA (4.38) and fielding percentage (.971). Senior Nathan Long set a new school record and led the SLC in strikeouts (104) while senior Matt Otteman recorded the third highest batting average in conference history while leading the SLC with a .432 average. In addition, senior Andrew Kainer broke the UTA and SLC all-time hitting streak record with a 36-game hit streak. √ In 2008, Thomas guided the Mavericks to a seven-game win streak, which included winning 12-of-14 games from March 30-April 19. √ As a recruiting coordinator, Thomas signed the nation’s 35th-best recruiting class in 2002 and the 56th-best in 2003.

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additional Mavericks signed professional contracts as Andy Sauter (Milwaukee Brewers), Matt Otteman (Seattle Mariners) and Andrew Kainer (Florida Marlins) all inked free agent contracts. Otteman, Kainer, Long and Choice were all named first team All-Southland Conference. The UTA baseball program hadn’t had four first-team All-SLC selections since 1992. Three of Thomas’ hitters (Matt Otteman, Andrew Kainer & Michael Choice) finished in the top four in the Southland Conference in batting average as Otteman led the league with a .432 mark, Kainer was third with a .417 average and Choice ranked fourth in the conference with a .413 batting average. It marked the second straight year that the Mavericks had three of the top five hitters in the league. Thomas’ pitching staff shined on the mound as they led the league in ERA for the first time since 1988. The Maverick pitchers ranked third in the conference with 410 strikeouts - a new school record - as three UTA pitchers ranked among the top nine in ERA. Nathan Long (3.76) ranked sixth, Ryan Robinson (3.89) was eighth and Rett Varner (3.95) was ninth. The Mavericks also produced the best ERA in the conference during league play with a 4.00 ERA. UT Arlington led the SLC with a .976 fielding percentage in SLC games. It was the fourth time UTA has led the league in fielding percentage and the first since 2004. Overall, the Mavericks ranked 25th in the NCAA in ERA and were 31st in the country in fielding percentage. In fact, Thomas’ players ranked in 12 of the NCAA’s top 40 statistical categories, which includes Matt Otteman ranking sixth in triples (8) and eighth in batting average(.432), and Nathan Long finishing 26th in the country in strikeouts (104). Long’s 104 strikeouts led the conference, marking the first time a UTA pitcher had recorded the most strikeouts in the SLC since 1986 (Doug Myres, 82). Another UTA baseball first that occurred under Thomas in 2009 was when the Mavericks completed four series sweeps over SLC opponents. Among the Mavericks’ SLC success in 2009, Thomas guided his team to back-to-back road-series sweeps over Nicholls (Mar. 28-30) and Central Arkansas (Apr. 17-19). It was the first time since 1994 that the Mavericks had swept consecutive road series. Thomas led the Mavericks to a 20-7 record at Clay Gould Ballpark in Arlington, marking only the third time a Mavericks team had won 20 games at home since 1994. It was the program’s first 20-win home season since 2004. The Mavericks .741 winning percentage in 2009 was the third highest home-field mark in the past 16 seasons. UTA won four games on its home field over nationally-ranked opponents (No. 25 Minnesota, No. 7 Baylor, No. 17 Oklahoma, No. 25 Texas State). Thomas collected his 50th career win with a 4-3 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Friday, May 1. Thomas was the third UTA head coach to record his 50th career win during his second season as head coach. In his first season as head coach, Thomas pointed the UT Arlington baseball program back in the right direction by doubling the program’s victory total from the previous season, defeating three nationallyranked teams, improving in 18 statistical categories from the prior season, guiding his program to a cumulative grade point average better than 3.0 and with 24 student-athletes named to the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. Thomas, the sixth head coach in UT Arlington history, began his first season at the helm with a 1-0 victory at Clay Gould Ballpark against Arkansas-Little Rock on Feb. 22. He became the third Mavericks coach to win his debut, and it was the first 1-0 opening-day shutout victory by the Mavs in the program’s history. The contest also went into the record books as the fastest opening-day nine-inning game in UT Arlington history (1 hour, 52 minutes). Thomas’ leadership guided the Mavs to a 26-31 overall mark, including a sixth-place finish in the SLC with a 16-14 league record. Competing against a demanding non-conference schedule, Thomas led the Mavs to midweek, non-conference victories at home against

√ At Seward County Community College, Thomas served as assistant coach for NJCAA Hall of Fame coach Galen McSpadden where he helped the program to a 346-144 (.706) overall record in nine seasons. √ Thomas guided the Liberal Bee Jays (Jayhawk League) to the 2000 National Baseball Congress National Championship. √ He was named the 2000 National Baseball Congress National Coach of the Year. √ Has coached 31 players at UT Arlington that have been drafted or have signed a professional contract with a Major League Baseball organization. During his coaching career, Thomas has coached 89 players who have signed a professional contract with an MLB organization. √ Thomas has coached 36 All-Southland Conference performers in nine seasons with the Mavericks. He has also mentored 15 SLC All-Tournament Team selections, three SLC Batting Champions, two SLC Players of the Year, two SLC Hitters of the Year, two SLC Newcomers of the Year, one SLC ERA Champion, one SLC Strikeout Champion, one SLC Freshman of the Year, one player who played for Team USA (Michael Choice) and one five-time Freshman All-American (Michael Choice).

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No. 14 Oklahoma State (7-3) and Big 12 regular season champion, No. 7 Texas A&M (16-8). The day following his team’s victory against the OSU Cowboys at Clay Gould Ballpark, Thomas and the Mavericks captured a 4-3 road victory against Texas. UT Arlington completed the week winning two of three games against Southeastern Louisiana in SLC play. The Mavericks were rewarded for their excellence receiving National Team of the Week accolades from CollegeBaseballInsider. com. Thomas led UT Arlington to 12 wins during a 14-game stretch, which included a season-best seven-game win streak. UT Arlington’s seven-game streak began with a three-game series against McNeese State in Lake Charles, La. It was the first time the Mavs had swept McNeese on the road in the program’s history. The Mavericks had several individual successes under Thomas in 2008, including senior David McLeod leading the NCAA in the Toughest to Strikeout statistical category. McLeod, a four-year letterwinner, recorded only five strikeouts in 200 at-bats. McLeod finished his UT Arlington career playing in 147 games while posting just 35 strikeouts in 541 at-bats. Thomas’ first season as head coach will also be remembered as the breakthrough season for Michael Choice. The Mavs starting center fielder was not only named the Southland Conference Freshman of the Year, he was also named to five Freshman All-American teams following the conclusion of his first collegiate season. A Second Team All-SLC selection, Choice led the Mavericks in all three triple-crown categories, batting .376 with seven home runs and 51 RBI. In 2008, three Mavericks were among the league’s top five in batting average, which was the most any SLC team had in the top 10. Choice finished third in the conference (.376), while McLeod ranked fourth (.375) and senior Danny Slinkman (.370) was seventh. In addition, Thomas coached a total of 18 players in 2008 that were named to the Capital One/Southland Conference 2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll. Under Thomas’ leadership, 31 Mavericks have either been drafted or have been signed by a Major League Baseball organization over the last nine seasons. He has coached 36 All-Conference performers (14 first team selections), 15 SLC All-Tournament team selections, two SLC Tournament Most Valuable Players, two SLC Players of the Year, two SLC Hitters of the Year, two SLC Newcomers of the Year, three SLC Batting Champions, one SLC Freshman of the Year and one SLC ERA Champion. In addition, out of the nine UTA players who have played in the Major Leagues, Thomas has coached five, including Daniel Ortmeier (200002), Ryan Roberts (2002-03), Mark Lowe (2002, 2004), Hunter Pence (2003-04) and Adam Moore (2006). Before Thomas became head coach of the Mavericks in 2008 he spent six seasons as the associate head coach (2002-2007) and one season as an assistant coach (2001) on the UTA coaching staff. In 2006, UTA led the conference in doubles (123), ranked second in hits (640) and total bases (878) while ranking third in runs (358) and RBI (319). Leading the way offensively was SLC Newcomer of the Year Adam Moore, who hit .350 with 10 homers, 22 doubles and 50 RBIs. Moore was drafted in the sixth round by the Seattle Mariners and on August 17, 2009, Moore became the ninth UTA baseball player to make his Major League debut with the Mariners. In fact, Moore’s 14.0 innings caught during his debut are the most in an MLB debut dating back to 1954, according to Stats Inc. and Baseball-Reference.com. Thomas returned to his role as the team’s hitting coach and third base coach in 2005, after spending the two previous seasons (200304) as the team’s pitching coach. Thomas served as the team’s hitting coach and third base coach in his first two seasons (2001-02). Under Thomas’ guidance, the 2004 pitching staff had to replace all three conference starters from the previous year and nearly lowered its ERA by a full point. The 4.03 ERA at the time was the 12th lowest ERA in school-history and the lowest team ERA since 1992.

THE DARIN THOMAS FILE Year Overall Conference SLC SLC Tournament 2009 30-26 19-13 5th 1-2 2008 26-31 16-14 6th 0-2 Total 56-57 35-27 --1-4 At UT Arlington (two seasons as head coach) ALL GAMES Overall 56-57 (.496) Home 37-20 Away 16-29 Neutral 3-8 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE GAMES Overall 35-27 (.565) Home 21-11 Away 14-16 NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Overall 21-30 (.412) Home 16-9 Away 2-13 Neutral 3-8 SLC TOURNAMENT GAMES Overall 1-4 GAMES VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Overall 8-9 1-10 2-2 11-30 6-7 GAMES VS. UNRANKED TEAMS Overall 48-48 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TEAMS (includes non-conference/postseason) Overall 37-33 DAY GAMES Overall 39-36 NIGHT GAMES Overall 17-21 VS. LEFT-HANDED STARTER Overall 13-14 VS. RIGHT-HANDED STARTER Overall 43-43 EXTRA INNINGS Overall 5-6 1-RUN GAMES Overall 17-17 2-RUN GAMES Overall 6-9 5 + RUN GAMES Overall 25-17 SHUTOUTS Overall 6-3 SCORING FIRST Scores First/Opponent Scores First 42-20/14-37 AFTER 6 INNINGS Leading after 6/Trailing after 6/Tied after 6 46-6/5-45/5-6 AFTER 7 INNINGS Leading after 7/Trailing after 7/Tied after 7 44-4/3-48/2-4 AFTER 8 INNINGS Leading after 8/Trailing after 8/Tied after 8 43-4/3-45/2-7 BY MONTH Overall 56-57 February 7-8 March 16-21 April 20-17 May 13-11

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Individual success was nothing new for players under Thomas’ coaching as 10 players went on to earn NJCAA All-American honors that either played for or were recruited by Thomas. Among those recruited to SCCC by Thomas includes 2002 NJCAA Player of the Year Cory Patton, NJCAA National Batting Champions Jesus Morillo and Tim Forkner, Central District Big Stick Award winners Patton and Chaz Eiguren and Central District Defensive Player of the Year Dan Dody. Morillo and Dody were reunited with Thomas at UT Arlington following their time at Seward County. During his coaching tenure at Seward County, 58 players who either played for or were recruited by Thomas went on to be drafted or sign free agent contracts with a Major League organization. In addition, Thomas mentored 63 All-Conference selections at SCCC. Before coming to Arlington, Thomas spent his previous four summers as the head coach with the semi-pro Liberal Bee Jays of the Jayhawk League, where he worked with late UT Arlington coach Clay Gould for three summers. During the 2000 season, Thomas and the Bee Jays marched through the National Baseball Congress National Tournament to the NBC World Series National Championship. Among the players on that team were several players who Thomas has coached with the Mavericks, including Daniel Ortmeier, Dave Engelson, Aaron Pullin, Robby Deevers and Dustin Bozarth. Following his team’s 7-0 run in the World Series, Thomas was named the NBC National Coach of the Year. Thomas began his collegiate playing career at Seward County where he earned All-Conference and All-Region VI honors as a righthanded pitcher in 1986. He helped lead his team to a Jayhawk West Conference title and to the program’s first-ever Sub-Region VI Tournament championship by going 11-1 on the mound. Thomas’ 1986 season still ranks in several all-time SCCC singleseason record books, including third in complete games (10), fourth in winning percentage (.917), tied for fourth in wins (11) and 10th in innings pitched (79). He remains the program’s all-time leader in career winning percentage (13-2, .867). Thomas went on to Oklahoma Christian University and earned All-District IX honors both seasons for the Eagles. Thomas earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and physical education from Oklahoma Christian University in 1989 and a master’s degree in sports administration from Fort Hays State University in 1996. He began his coaching career in 1990 at Oklahoma Christian High School before moving to Seward County CC in 1991. Thomas and his wife, Jean, have three children, Megan, 16, Ryan 11, and Reed, 8.

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In 2003 Thomas helped mentor Hunter Pence, who played two seasons for the Mavericks before being selected in the second round of the 2004 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros with the 64th overall selection. Pence, the 2004 SLC Player/Hitter of the Year, became the highest drafted player in UT Arlington history. Then in 2009, Pence became the first UTA player to be named a Major League All-Star. Pence was a reserve outfielder for the National League squad in the 80th Midsummer Classic in St. Louis. Pence ranks fifth on the Mavericks all-time career batting average list (.371), while also recording 187 base hits, 23 doubles, 11 triples, 16 home runs, 77 RBIs and 100 runs scored. Thomas was instrumental in 2002 as the Mavericks hitters had their best season collectively to date, breaking then-team records with 612 hits, 125 doubles and 340 RBIs. As a team, the Mavericks hit .305, just .007 off the pace of the Southland Conference leader that season. It also marked the first time that UT Arlington had hit better than .300 since the 1985 season. Thomas helped the offense improve in each of his first two seasons at UT Arlington. The Mavs jumped from a .261 team batting average in the year before Thomas arrived, to a .283 average in 2001 and to a .305 team batting average in 2002. As a recruiting coordinator, Thomas brought in the nation’s 56th best recruiting class in 2003, according to Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, just after bringing in the 35th best in 2002. Success was only imminent for Thomas in his first year as pitching coach since first years seem to always be successful whenever Thomas and UT Arlington are involved. In his first year in a Mavericks uniform, Thomas helped lead the Mavs to a SLC Tournament title, and to claim its first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. It was no coincidence that UT Arlington’s rise back to the national tournament came at the same time Thomas arrived in Arlington. It seems that wherever he goes, Thomas’ teams are winners. He came to UT Arlington following nine years as an assistant coach at Seward County Community College, where he assisted National Junior College Athletic Association Hall of Fame Coach Galen McSpadden. While at SCCC, Thomas helped lead the Saints to a 346-144 (.706) overall record while being ranked in the Top 20 nationally during seven seasons. Seward County captured four Jayhawk West Conference crowns, four runner-up finishes and one Sub-Region VI Tournament championship.

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Assistant Coach ● Recruiting Coordinator 6th Season ● Nebraska, 2001

THE JAY SIRIANNI FILE: ● 2009 pitching staff led SLC with a 4.38 ERA. ● Nathan Long broke UTA record and led SLC with 104 strikeouts in 2009. ● Has coached two All-Americans (Mike Snapp - 2004) and Michael Gardner (2005) and 16 pitchers who have been drafted or who have signed with a Major League organization. ● Came to UT Arlington after helping lead Barton County (KS) Community College to a 113-56 overall record, including a school-record 44 wins in 2002.

Jay Sirianni enters his third season as UT Arlington’s assistant coach and recruiting coordinator and sixth season as the Mavericks pitching coach in 2010. Sirianni was promoted to recruiting coordinator in November 2007, when head coach Darin Thomas was named the sixth head coach of the Mavericks. Sirianni led the Mavericks pitching staff to a 4.38 ERA in 2009, which led the Southland Conference. Three of his pitchers ranked in the top nine in the SLC in ERA and the Mavericks also posted a league-best 4.00 ERA during SLC competition. In 2009, the Mavericks tallied a school-record 410 strikeouts as a team while right-handed pitcher Nathan Long led the SLC with a school-record 104 strikeouts. Long had the sixth best ERA in the conference (3.76), lefty Ryan Robinson (3.89) ranked eighth and Rett Varner (3.95) also had an ERA under 4.00 to finish ninth in the league. The pitching staff ’s ERA (4.38) was the Mavs lowest since 2004 and is the school’s third lowest team ERA since 1992. Sirianni’s pitching staff tallied five shutouts, which matches the most by a Mavericks staff since 1995. Five of Sirianni’s pitchers were either drafted or signed a professional contract with a Major League organization following the 2009 season. Long was drafted in the 26th round by the Oakland Athletics and Varner was taken by the Chicago Cubs in the 34th round. Long signed just days following the draft while Varner opted to return for his redshirt-junior season. Weeks following the draft, Andy Sauter (Milwaukee Brewers), Matt Otteman (Seattle Mariners) and Andrew Kainer (Florida Marlins) all inked free agent contracts. All five players were signed as right-handed pitchers. Since Sirianni’s arrival to the Mavericks’ program in 2004, there have been 16 pitchers that have either been drafted or have signed a professional contract with an MLB organization. The UT Arlington pitching staff helped secure five wins over nationally-ranked opponents in 2009, which included a sweep over No. 25 Minnesota, and wins against No. 7 Baylor, No. 17 Oklahoma and No. 25 Texas State. In fact, in those five victories, the Mavericks staff allowed an average of only 4.4 runs per game. Sirianni’s pitchers also performed well in losses against No. 4 Texas (3-4), No. 22 TCU (1-2) and No. 26 Oklahoma State (2-6). The past two seasons the Mavericks have defeated every Big 12 opponent they have faced at least once, which also includes wins over Texas, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State. One of the top prospects Sirianni has mentored was Dillon Gee, who put his name in several all-time Maverick record books before

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In his junior season, Sirianni led the Huskers with five wins and 56.2 innings pitched. He tossed a complete game to earn a victory over the Longhorns by allowing four runs on nine hits. Sirianni became linked to NCAA history during his senior season as he was the winning pitcher in the most lopsided game in NCAA history when the Huskers defeated Chicago State 50-3 in the second game of a doubleheader on March, 16, 1999. Sirianni earned the win by retiring all six batters he faced in a predetermined two-inning appearance. In the summer of 1998, Sirianni was a member of the Liberal Bee Jays that advanced to the NBC World Series in Wichita, Kan. That team was coached by current UT Arlington head coach Darin Thomas and the late Clay Gould. Following his career at Nebraska, Sirianni was signed as a free agent by the Cleveland Indians. Sirianni began his professional career with the Burlington Indians (Rookie League) and also spent time with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers (New York-Penn League) and Kingston Indians (Carolina League). After finishing his pro career in January 2001, Sirianni returned to Nebraska for his final semester and earned a bachelor’s degree in history in May 2001. Sirianni is a native of Indianola, Iowa, and played his prep career at Indianola High School. He earned 10 varsity letters with four coming in baseball and three each in track and field and football. He was a two-time All-State selection and a three-time All-Conference pick. Sirianni’s father, John, is the Director of Athletics at Division III Simpson College in Indianola after spending 20 years as the school’s head baseball coach. His brother, Mike, is a high school baseball coach in Jonesboro, Ark. Sirianni married the former Erin McKernan on Sept. 2, 2006.

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being selected by the New York Mets in the 21st round of the 2007 MLB Draft. Gee racked up 10 wins his final two seasons with the Mavs, and led the team his junior season in ERA (4.67), strikeouts (96), innings (111.2) and complete games (4). Gee’s 96 strikeouts rank tied for fourth in UT Arlington single-season history, and his innings total places him fourth on the single-season list. Sirianni had his hands full in the 2006 season when the Mavericks returned only one pitcher from the previous season. Sirianni molded his young staff into a group that helped the Mavs to one of their best starts in conference action (10-0) and to the team’s first Southland Conference Tournament championship since 2001. Two of the UTA SLC All-Tournament team selections were pitchers, including Tournament MVP Ryan Riddle. Before his arrival at UT Arlington, Sirianni spent three seasons as the pitching coach at Barton County Community College in Great Bend, Kan. While at Barton County, Sirianni helped lead the Cougars to a 113-56 record with a pitching staff ERA of 4.69. His first season saw the Cougars post a 44-14 overall record, setting a school-record for wins in a season. Prior to his time at BCCC, Sirianni spent the summer of 2001 as an assistant coach for the Liberal (Kan.) Bee Jays of the Jayhawk League. He began his collegiate playing career at Texas A&M before transferring to Nebraska to play for head coach Dave Van Horn. In four years in Lincoln, Sirianni compiled a 15-9 record and was the Friday night starter in 1999. Sirianni was named a team captain as a senior in 1999 and went 6-3 with a save leading the Huskers to a Big 12 Tournament title, 42 wins and the school’s first NCAA appearance since 1985. He tossed his second career complete-game to finish a series sweep over Texas.

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THE K.J. HENDRICKS FILE: ● Spent two seasons on UTA coaching staff as volunteer assistant (2009) and team chaplain (2008). ● Drafted in 22nd round of 2002 Draft by Colorado Rockies. ● Named Most Valuable Player of 2001 Southland Conference Tournament helping the Mavericks to the NCAA Regionals. ● Ranks 4th on UTA career stolen base list (69) and ranks fifth (36 in 2001) and seventh (33 in 2002) on single-season list. ● Finished pro career with .284 average and 134 stolen bases.

K.J. Hendricks enters his third season with the Mavericks in 2010, his first as an assistant coach. Hendricks spent the two previous seasons on the UTA staff as a volunteer assistant (2009) and team chaplain (2008). Hendricks serves as the team’s hitting and defensive coach. Hendricks was the Mavs’ first-base coach in 2009 and he also handled the team’s speed and agility while assisting with the team’s hitting, infield, outfield and base running. The Mavericks had three of the top five batters in the Southland Conference and led the SLC with a .971 fielding percentage in 2009. During the past two seasons on the Mavericks’ staff, Hendricks has helped mentor several of UTA’s top offensive players over the past decade. A total of five players have finished batting in the top five in the Southland Conference in consecutive seasons, while in 2009, three Mavericks batted over .400 – which is the first time in school history a set of teammates batted over .400 in a season. Hendricks returned to UT Arlington in the fall of 2007 after completing his professional playing career that spanned six seasons with the Colorado Rockies, Baltimore Orioles and Fort Worth Cats. Hendricks earned his bachelor’s degree at UT Arlington in 2008. Hendricks played his freshman season at Temple College before joining the Mavericks for a standout two-year career from 2001-2002. Hendricks was then selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 2002 MLB Draft in the 26th round with the 771st overall selection. He played three seasons in the Rockies farm system before finishing his career playing one season in the Baltimore Orioles minor league system and one season with the Fort Worth Cats. Hendricks batted .314 with 32 RBI and was 21-of-24 in stolen bases in his first professional

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aggressive playing style. In 2001 he batted a team-high .328 and led the Southland Conference with 36 stolen bases. The stolen base total ties for fifth all-time at UTA. His 57 runs scored were fifth-best in Mavericks history. He helped lead the Mavericks to the SLC Tournament championship while being named Most Valuable Player. He batted .391 (9-for-23) in the tournament. As a junior, Hendricks put up even more impressive numbers. His .353 batting average was a career-best, and he swiped another 33 bases in 38 attempts. He led the Mavs with 40 walks, 82 hits and a .450 on-base percentage. Hendricks ranks fourth on the all-time UTA career stolen bases list with 69, which is the most in UTA history for a two-year letterwinner.

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THE FULLER SMITH FILE: ● Batted .332 with 14 2B, seven HR and 32 RBI in 2008. ● Helped lead 2008 Ole Miss squad to NCAA Coral Gables Regional Final against No. 1 seed Miami (Fla.). Team finished 39-26 overall. ● Started 30 games as a junior for Ole Miss when team finished season in 2007 NCAA Super Regional at Arizona State. ● Began collegiate career at Hill College where he batted .403 with five home runs and 39 RBI as a sophomore.

Fuller Smith enters his first season at UT Arlington as the volunteer assistant coach in 2010. Smith will serve primarily as the team’s first-base coach, hitting instructor and outfield coach. Smith joins the UT Arlington baseball coaching staff after completing his collegiate playing career at Ole Miss in 2008. He was a model of consistency at the plate during his senior season batting .332 (69-for-208) with 39 runs scored, 14 doubles, seven home runs and 32 RBI. He was second on the Rebels in batting and ranked among team leaders with a .500 slugging percentage, .414 on-base percentage and was solid in the outfield committing only one error on the season. Smith was a main contributor on the Rebels’ 2008 squad that finished 39-26 overall and finished its season in the NCAA Coral Gables Regional Final against No. 1 ranked Miami (Fla.). Smith also played his junior season at Ole Miss where he started 30 games and helped the Rebels - who hosted the 2007 NCAA Oxford Regional - to the NCAA Super Regional in Tempe against Arizona State. He was a two-year letterwinner at Hill Junior College where he batted .403 with five home runs and 39 RBI in 2006. He fielded .998 during his sophomore season and was named second team All-Conference. Smith was a .416 career hitter at Vestavia Hills High School where he earned honorable mention All-State as a senior. He was also named Super All-Metro and Class 6A All-Metro. Smith married the former Whitney Ryon on June 28, 2008.

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THE DAVID McLEOD FILE: ● Four-year letterman with UT Arlington (2005-2008) ● A .312 (169-for-541) career hitter with 107 runs, 36 2B, five 3B, one HR, 77 RBI and 20 SB in 152 games played. ● In 2008, led the NCAA in Toughest Batter to Strikeout recording only five strikeouts in 200 at-bats. ● Named Honorable Mention All-SLC in 2008. ● In 2008, led SLC in batting during the regular season with a .391 batting average.

David McLeod enters his first season as the director of baseball operations in 2010. He is responsible for the off-the-field operation of the office that includes recruiting information, scouting reports, video operations, scheduling, team travel, camps, community outreach programs, equipment, apparel and other business aspects of the office. McLeod was a four-year letterman with the Mavericks from 2005-08. He was a .312 (169-for-541) career hitter with 107 runs scored, 36 doubles, five triples, one home run, 77 RBI, 20 stolen bases and 44 walks and only 35 strikeouts. In 2008, McLeod led the NCAA in Toughest to Strikeout, as he tallied only five strikeouts in 200 at-bats. He was named honorable mention All-Southland Conference (first base) as a senior while batting .375 (75-for-200) with 49 runs, 18 doubles, three triples, 29 RBI, a .495 slugging percentage and seven stolen bases. He led the Southland Conference during the regular season with a .391 batting average. As a senior, McLeod led the Mavs in four categories, including at-bats (200), runs (49), base hits (75) and doubles (18). He never struck out more than once in a game, and he completed the entire home schedule at Clay Gould Ballpark without going down on strikes. In 26 home games, McLeod batted .411 (39-for-95) with 11 doubles, nine walks and zero strikeouts. He finished the regular season with only three strikeouts in 55 games. As a junior, McLeod struck out six times in 80 at-bats. In 2006, McLeod was the 14th toughest batter to strikeout in the country with 12 strikeouts in 214 at-bats. In 152 career games played at UTA, McLeod recorded 541 at-bats and struck out only 35 times. In 2006, McLeod helped lead the Mavs to the NCAA Tournament with an SLC Tournament championship. McLeod was named the Southland Conference Hitter of the Week (3/27/06) while batting .632 (12-for-19) in a four-game stretch during the season. He came to UTA following a prep career at Taylor High School where he batted .463 with 10 doubles, seven home runs and 30 RBI as a senior. He was a second team All-State selection and was tabbed second team Houston Chronicle All-Conference. Was a foursport athlete in high school also competing in cross country, football and basketball.

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Summer 2009 Played for the Coppell Copperheads of the Texas Collegiate League... made five appearances with an 8.22 ERA in 7.2 innings pitched... allowed 15 hits and six walks with five strikeouts in five relief appearances. SLC Tournament Made two relief appearances pitching 1.2 innings and allowing four hits and one run with three strikeouts... threw 1.1 innings allowing one hit with three strikeouts against Stephen F. Austin (5/21)... took the loss in 0.1 innings pitched allowing three hits and one run against Lamar (5/22). 2009 (Sophomore) Ranks fourth on UTA all-time career saves list (9)... nine saves rank him third on UTA all-time single-season list... ranks fifth on UTA single-season appearances list (29)... named second team Academic All-Southland Conference... led team with 29 appearances (all in relief ), 17 games finished and recorded a team best nine saves with a 1-5 record and 3.29 ERA... second on the team with three pickoffs... ranked fourth in the SLC in saves (9), fifth in appearances (29) and tied for sixth in games finished (17)... was 0-2 with a 4.50 ERA in nine appearances with four saves, 14.0 innings pitched, four walks and 15 strikeouts against ranked opponents... went 0-2 with a 2.70 ERA in 11 appearances with five saves, 13.1 innings pitched, 14 hits allowed, six walks and 12 strikeouts in games pitched at Clay Gould Ballpark... went 1-3 with a 3.60 ERA in 18 appearances with four saves, 25.0 innings pitched, 23 hits allowed, 15 walks and 20 strikeouts in games pitched on the road or at a neutral site... went 1-3 with a 3.45 ERA in 14 appearances with four saves, 15.2 innings pitched, 14 walks allowed and nine strikeouts against SLC opponents... allowed a .225 (9-for-40) batting average against left-handed batters... allowed opposing batters to hit just .204 (10-for-49) with two outs... made 17 scoreless appearances... pitched first five appearances of the season (6.0 innings pitched) without allowing an earned run... made six straight appearances with at least one strikeout (Mar. 3-18)... collected saves in three straight appearances against then-No. 25 Minnesota (back-to-back) and Northwestern State... posted first career save in a scoreless inning with one strikeout against then-No. 25 Minnesota (3/17)... recorded a career-high six strikeouts in a 3.0-inning appearance while allowing one hit and one run against then-No. 26 Oklahoma State... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

R 10 18 28

ER 8 14 22

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched ________ 4.1, at McNeese State (4/12/08) Strikeouts _____________ 6, at Oklahoma State (4/28/09) Longest Start (IP) _____________________________ N/A Shortest Start (IP) _____________________________ N/A Longest Relief Outing (IP) __ 4.1, at McNeese State (4/12/08) Runs Allowed ______________ 4, at Texas A&M (3/24/09) * Indicates most recent high

BB 3 21 24

SO 13 32 45

2B 3 2 5

3B 0 0 0

HR 3 2 5

B/Avg .297 .266 .276

WP 0 2 2

HBP 1 1 2

BK 0 2 2

pitched 15.2 innings, allowing 19 hits, 10 runs and three walks with 13 strikeouts... third on the team recording a 2.89 ERA in 9.1 innings against Southland Conference opponents... did not allow a run in seven outings... made NCAA Division I debut throwing 0.2 innings giving up one run and one hit with a strikeout against Missouri State (2/23)... made four consecutive appearances without allowing a run (4.0 innings) with three strikeouts in outings against Dallas Baptist (2/29), McNeese State (3/7), Oklahoma (3/25) and Sam Houston State (4/5)... earned first career victory and marked season-highs in innings pitched (4.1), hits allowed (5) and strikeouts (3) in a 10-8 win against McNeese State (4/12)... collected second win of the season throwing two scoreless relief innings allowing two hits with one strikeout against Southeastern Louisiana (4/19)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. High School Came to UT Arlington after earning All-District 9-4A second team honors as a senior at Lake Dallas... was named second team All-Denton County by the Denton Record Chronicle... tossed 52 innings as senior, struck out 60 batters while walking nine... finished 2007 with a 1.47 ERA... batted .389 during senior campaign... played with the D-Bat summer program... helped lead his team to the Connie Mack World Series... valedictorian of his graduating class and finished high school with a 4.58 grade-point average on a 4.0-scale. Personal Son of Danny and Ruth Boydston... born Oct. 20, 1988... a marketing major at UT Arlington.

2008 (Freshman) Appeared in 12 games and went 2-0 with a 4.60 ERA... fourth on the team in ERA (4.60), tied for fourth in relief appearances (12) and was fifth in wins (2)...

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Michael CHOICE

6-0 ● 215 ● OF ● R/R ● Jr. ● 2L Arlington, Texas ● Mansfield Timberview HS

Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .376 .413 .396

GP-GS 50-50 56-56 106-106

AB 197 225 422

R 39 64 103

H 74 93 167

2B 9 13 22

3B 3 3 6

2010 (Junior) Named to UT Arlington Baseball 2000’s All-Decade Team (OF)... first team preseason SLC All-Conference... second team preseason PING! All-American... ranked No. 13 projected player in the country by The College Baseball Blog... Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Newspaper second team preseason All-American... National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association third team preseason All-American.

SLC Tournament Batted .545 (6-for-11) with two multi-hit games, four runs, one double and three walks... went 3-for-4 with two runs and a walk in tournament opener against Lamar (5/20)... batted 2-for-4 with a pair of runs and a walk against Stephen F. Austin (5/21)... finished tournament going 1-for-3 with a double and a walk against Lamar (5/22). 2009 (Sophomore) Enters 2010 season as UTA career batting leader (.396 – 167-for-422)... tied for 10th on UTA all-time career home runs list (18)... ranks third on UTA career slugging percentage list (.604)... ranks fifth on UTA all-time single-season batting average list (.413)... ranks third on UTA singleseason base hits list (93)... ranks tied for eighth on UTA single-season home runs list (11)... ranks third on UTA single-season runs scored list (64)... ranks fourth on UTA single-season total bases list (145)... ranks ninth on UTA single-season slugging percentage list (.644)... ranks third on UTA single-season on-base percentage list (.492)... first team All-Southland Conference (OF)... second team American Baseball Coaches Association South Central AllRegion (OF)... two-time Southland Conference Hitter of the Week (Feb. 24 & Apr. 13)... Baseball America preseason SLC All-Conference (OF)... Rivals.com preseason SLC All-Conference (OF)... first team preseason SLC All-Conference (OF)... named to Preseason Brooks Wallace Player of the Year Watch List... only UTA player to start all 56 games at the same position (CF) and bat in the same spot in the batting order (3-hole)... finished in five Southland Conference top-10 statistical categories, including second in on-base percentage (.492), fourth in batting average (.413), fifth in runs (64), fifth in hits (93) and eighth in slugging percentage (.644)... became sixth UTA player in program history to hit for the cycle going 4-for-4 (triple in 1st, double in 5th, single in 6th, home run in 8th) with three runs and five RBI against Northwood (4/21)... batted a team-high .417 (20-for-48) in 12 games against ranked opponents with five doubles, one home run and nine RBI... batted a team-high .433 (29-for-67) in 17 games against opponents who made the NCAA Tournament... hit .459 (50-for-109) with 31 runs, eight doubles, two triples, four home runs and 30 RBI during 27 games played at Clay Gould Ballpark... hit .371 (43-for-116) with five doubles, one triple, seven home runs and 22 RBI during 29 games played on the road or neutral site games... hit .406 (52-for-128) with six doubles, one triple, six home runs and 24 RBI in 32 Southland Conference games... batted .367 (18-for-49) in 12 career games against Big 12 opponents with 11 runs, six doubles, three

Choice became the first player ever from UTA and the second from the SLC to play for the USA BASEBALL NATIONAL TEAM. www.utamavs.com

RBI 51 52 103

TB 110 145 255

SLG .558 .644 .604

BB 21 29 50

HBP 4 7 11

SO 35 30 65

OBA .440 .492 .468

SB-ATT 8-8 5-8 13-16

home runs, eight walks and 15 RBI... hit .412 (14-for-34) against left-handed pitchers and hit .414 (79-for-191) against right-handed pitchers... batted .467 (35-for-75) with runners in scoring position and batted .414 (36-for-87) with two outs... was second on the team with 25 two-out RBI, 12 multiple RBI games and with 30 multi-hit games... posted a team-high four four-hit games and finished with seven three-hit performances... ended the season on a season-high 12-game hit streak (May 1 – May 22) batting .500 (23-for-46) with 17 runs, four doubles, two home runs and 12 RBI... went 2-for-5 with a double, home run and three RBI against eventual national runner-up and then-No. 4 Texas on the road with a game-tying two-run double in the eighth inning and a solo home run to give the Mavericks the lead in the top of the 10th inning (2/24)... Choice batted .529 (9-for-17) with three extra-base hits and nine RBI during the first week of the season to earn SLC Hitter of the Week... collected second SLC Hitter of the Week selection batting .526 (10-for-19) with five extra-base hits, including two home runs, eight runs scored and six RBI in four games... hit home runs in three consecutive games – four home runs total – while going 7-for-11 with 13 RBI and seven runs scored against Central Arkansas (two games) and Northwood (Apr. 18-21)... posted six consecutive multi-hit games going 13-for-25 (.520) with seven runs and two doubles (May 9-21)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. SLC Tournament Appeared in both tournament games, making two starts in center field... went 2-for-3 with two singles against Texas State (5/21)... recorded an RBI while going 1-for-4 against Southeastern Louisiana (5/22). 2008 (Freshman) Led Mavericks in all three triple-crown categories batting .376 with seven home runs and 51 RBI... Southland Conference Freshman of the Year... second team All-SLC... rivals.com Freshman All-American... first team National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Freshman All-American... second team Baseball America Freshman All-American... Louisville Slugger/ Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Freshman All-American... second team PING! Freshman AllAmerican... became second freshman in UT Arlington history to earn Freshman All-American honors (Darrell Preston - 2001)... recorded the highest freshman batting average (.376) in UT Arlington history... played in 50 games while making all 50 starts in center field... led all SLC freshmen in batting average, while ranking third in the conference and 125th in the NCAA (.376)... led team with 110 total bases... recorded a .977 fielding percentage with just three errors in 132 chances... batted .382 against left-handed pitching and .373 against right-handed pitchers... recorded a .425 batting average with runners on-base and .444 (4-for-9) with the bases loaded... tallied a .397 average with runners in scoring position and a .410 average while batting with two outs... led team with 26 RBI in SLC competition and tied for the team lead in triples (2) and home runs (3)... batted .340 in SLC play... second on the team with 24 multi-hit games, including four three-hit games and three four-hit performances... tied for team lead with 13 multiple RBI games, including a pair of three, four and five RBI games... recorded two separate season-high nine-game hitting streaks... went 14-for-37 (.378) with eight RBI and four doubles from April 9-April 20... went 19-for-37 (.514) with eight RBI from April 26-May 10... batted .462 (12-for-26) in six games against Big 12 opponents, recording five runs, three doubles, two home runs, eight RBI and four walks... made collegiate debut going 2-for-4 with an RBI against Arkansas-Little Rock (2/22)... went 4-for-4 and tied season highs with three runs, four hits, and collected first career home run against Arkansas-Little Rock (2/24)... in four-game period against Alabama (two games), Nevada and Dallas Baptist, recorded four straight multi-hit games with a .474 average (9-for-19) with five RBI... went 5-for-9 with four runs scored, six RBI, a triple and hit first career grand slam in a non-conference doubleheader against UT-Pan American (4/1)... posted three RBI and went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a double and triple with two walks against Southeastern Louisiana (4/19)... recorded three straight multi-hit games against Northwestern State (two) and Baylor going 6-for-13 with two RBI... went 4-for-5 with a home run and four RBI and a run scored against Stephen F. Austin (5/10)... led team to a win over then-No. 7 Texas A&M at Clay Gould Ballpark going 4-for-4 with two runs scored, a double, home run and tied a season-high five RBI (5/13).

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Summer 2009 (USA Baseball National Team) Became first player in UTA history and second player ever from the Southland Conference to play for the USA Baseball National Team (Collegiate)... batted .350 (21-for-60) with 13 runs, three doubles, three home runs, 13 RBI, eight walks, five hit-by-pitch, three stolen bases, .453 on-base percentage and .550 slugging percentage... finished the summer hitting three home runs in the World Baseball Challenge while leading Team USA to the championship... batted .368 (7-for-19) during World Baseball Challenge... three home runs at the World Baseball Challenge gave him the Home Run Hitting Award (most homers at the tournament)... named to World Baseball Challenge All-Tournament Team (one of four Team USA players to be named)... named Baseball America No. 8 USA Baseball National Team Prospect... collected six multi-hit games, including three three-hit performances.

HR 7 11 18

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats_________________ 6, at McNeese State (4/12/08) Hits __________________4 7x, vs. Northwood (4/21/09)* Runs _________________ 4, vs. McNeese State (4/10/09) RBI ________ 5 4x, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3/09)* Walks __________________________ 3, vs. Nicholls (5/2/08) Hit Streak ________________ 12 games (May 1-22, 2009) * Indicates most recent high

High School Came to UTA after earning District 4-5A Most Valuable Player honors as a senior at Timberview... hit .506 as a senior with 42 hits, 17 stolen bases and six home runs... hit .443 as a junior with 35 hits, nine stolen bases and two homers en route to earning first team All-District 15-4A honors as a junior second baseman... member of the A-B Honor Roll... was a first team AllDistrict 15-4A pick as a sophomore catcher. Personal Son of Charles and Charea Choice... born Nov. 10, 1989... an interdisciplinary studies major at UT Arlington.

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2009 USA Baseball National Collegiate Team ● World Baseball Challenge All-Tournament Team ● World Baseball Challenge Home Run Hitting Champion 2009 Summer Stats: .350 (21-for-60), 3 2B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 3 SB

MICHAEL CHOICE - TEAM USA GAME-BY-GAME STATS 6/25: vs. Canada, 1-for-2 (run, RBI) 6/26: vs. Canada, 3-for-4 (3 singles) 6/27: vs. Canada, 0-for-1 6/28: vs. Canada, 2-for-2 (2 RBI, 2 runs, walk, SB) 6:29: vs. Canada, 2-for-4 (double, 3 RBI, run) 7/1: vs. Guatemala, 0-for-1 (HBP, run, SB) 7/2: vs. Guatemala, 0-for-1 7/3: vs. Guatemala, 2-for-6 (double, 3 RBI, run)

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7/4: vs. Guatemala, 0-for-5 7/5: vs. New England CBL, 3-for-3 (double, run) 7/6: vs. Holyoke, 0-for-1 7/10: vs. Kokusai Budo, 0-for-2 7/11: vs. Japan, 1-for-3 (walk) 7/13: vs. Japan, 0-for-2 (3 HBP) 7/14: vs. Japan, 0-for-1 7/15: vs. Japan, 0-for-3 (BB)

7/16: vs. Japan, DNP 7/19: vs. Canada, 1-for-3 7/20: vs. Germany, 0-for-1 7/21: vs. Bahamas, 1-for-3 (BB, SB, 2 runs) 7/22: vs. Prince George, 1-for-2 (HR, run, RBI) 7/23: vs. British Columbia, 3-for-4 (HR, 2 RBI) 7/24: vs. Canada, 0-for-3 7/26: vs. Germany, 1-for-3 (HR, RBI, run)

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Chad COMER

6-2 ● 220 ● C ● R/R ● RS Jr. ● 2L Mansfield, Texas ● Mansfield HS

Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .279 .266 .271

GP-GS 36-31 48-43 84-74

AB 122 158 280

R 15 21 36

H 34 42 76

2B 7 15 22

3B 0 0 0

2010 (RS-Junior) Named first team preseason SLC All-Conference.

SLC Tournament Batted .231 (3-for-13) with an RBI in three starts behind the plate... went 1-for-4 with an RBI against Lamar (5/20)... went 2-for-5 and had 10 putouts and one assist against Stephen F. Austin (5/21). 2009 (RS-Sophomore) Named honorable mention Southland All-Conference (C)... batted .266 (42-for158) with one home run and 32 RBI and played in 48 games making 43 starts behind the plate... tied for second on the team in doubles (15), ranked third in walks (15) and fourth in slugging percentage (.380) and RBI (32)... threw out 43 percent of would-be base stealers (29-of-67)... tallied 10 multi-hit games and recorded eight multiple RBI games... tied a career-high with a five-game hit streak (Mar. 14-20) batting .411 (7-for-17) with four doubles and three RBI... batted .320 (24-for-75) with 11 doubles, one home run and 21 RBI in 24 games at Clay Gould Ballpark... batted .217 (18-for-83) with four doubles and 11 RBI in 24 road or neutral site games... hit .263 (30-for-114) with 12 doubles and 25 RBI in 32 SLC games... threw out 51 percent (25-for-49) of would-be base stealers during SLC play... batted .368 (7-for-19) against left-handed pitching... recorded 17 two-out RBI... went 3-for-4 with a double, four RBI and a walk while scoring a career-high four runs against McNeese State (4/10)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

RBI 23 32 55

TB 50 60 110

SLG .410 .380 .393

BB 5 15 20

HBP 2 4 6

SO 11 18 29

OBA .318 .341 .331

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

recorded 34 base hits, 15 runs, seven doubles and a .410 slugging percentage... batted .291 and tied for the team lead with three home runs in Southland Conference play... batted .323 (30-for-93) against right-handed pitching... tallied a .320 batting average (16-for-50) with runners in scoring position... fifth on the team with 11 multi-hit games, including one three-hit game and one four-hit performance... posted five multiple RBI contests... had a season-high five-game hit streak (3/20-4/4) going 6-for-23 (.261) with two runs, two doubles, a homer and four RBI... made NCAA Division I debut going 1-for-2 with a double against Arkansas-Little Rock (2/22)... in the middle of a five-game hit streak, went 2-for-4 with a double and RBI against UTSA (3/28)... in two games against McNeese State went a combined 4-for-10 with two doubles and six RBI (4/12-13)... had a career game going 4-for-5 with two runs, a double, a home run and seven RBI against Northwestern State (4/26)... seven RBI against Northwestern State was a UT Arlington individual single-game high... also hit a home run in the first game of the doubleheader against Northwestern State to finish with two home runs and eight RBI on the day... went 3-for-4 with a run scored against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/15). 2007 (Freshman) Redshirted High School Came to UT Arlington after earning All-District 4-5A and All-Area honors as a senior at Mansfield High School... named first team All-District as a junior. Personal Son of Elaine and Michael Comer... born Aug. 29, 1988... an interdisciplinary studies major at UT Arlington.

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Summer 2009 Played for the Liberal (Kan.) Bee Jays of the Jayhawk League... helped lead the Bee Jays to a 5-2 record at the National Baseball Congress World Series (Wichita, Kan.) with a third-place finish... batted .221 (23-for-104) in 31 starts behind the plate with 12 runs, nine doubles, one triple, one home run and 20 RBI... committed only three errors with a .989 fielding percentage... threw out 33 percent (14-of-43) of would-be base stealers.

HR 3 1 4

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats__________ 5 12x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (5/21/09)* Hits _______________ 4, at Northwestern State (4/26/08) Runs _________________ 3, vs. McNeese State (4/10/09) RBI ________________ 7, at Northwestern State (4/26/08) Walks _______________________ 2, vs. Minnesota (3/18/09) Hit Streak ___________ 5 games 2x (March 14-20, 2009)* * Indicates most recent high

SLC Tournament Appeared in both tournament games, making two starts behind the plate... went 2-for-3 with a double against Texas State (5/21)... finished tournament play going 0-for-3 with a walk against Southeastern Louisiana (5/22). 2008 (RS-Freshman) Batted .279 with three home runs and 23 RBI and played in 36 games making 31 starts behind the plate... tied for second on the team with three home runs...

Comer was among the BEST CATCHERS IN THE NATION throwing out 51 percent (25-for49) of would-be base stealers in SLC competition. www.utamavs.com

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Steffan GUEST

6-1 ● 200 ● C ● R/R ● RS Sr. ● 1L Keller, Texas ● Keller HS ● McLennan CC

Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .271 1.000 .278

GP-GS 34-35 1-0 35-25

AB 107 1 108

R 14 0 14

H 29 1 30

2B 5 0 5

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 0 2

RBI 18 0 18

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats________________ 5 7x, vs. Texas A&M (5/13/08)* Hits _________________________ 4, vs. Lamar (3/15/08) Runs ________________________ 3, vs. Lamar (3/15/08) RBI __________________________ 3, vs. Lamar (3/15/08) Walks __________________ 2, at Stephen F. Austin (5/11/08) Hit Streak ______________ 4 games (March 14-20, 2008) * Indicates most recent high

TB 40 1 41

SLG .374 1.000 .380

BB 10 0 10

HBP 3 0 3

SO 15 0 15

OBA SB-ATT .347 0-0 1.000 0-0 .352 0-0

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2009 (Medical Redshirt) Suffered a season-ending injury and received a medical redshirt after only one at-bat (1-for-1) during the season... recorded a pinch-hit single against TCU (3/3)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. SLC Tournament Made two appearances, going 0-for-1 as a pinch hitter against Texas State (5/21) and started as the designated hitter going 3-for-4 with a run scored, a double and an RBI against Southeastern Louisiana (5/22). 2008 (Junior) Batted .271 with two home runs and 18 RBI and played 34 games making 25 starts as the designated hitter... recorded 29 base hits, 14 runs, five doubles and 10 walks... sixth on the team batting .318 (14-for-44) with three doubles and two home runs in 14 Southland Conference games... posted seven multi-hit games, including two three-hit games and one four-hit performance... tallied two multiple RBI games... marked a four-game hit streak (3/14-20) going 8-for-20 (.400) with five runs scored, three doubles and five RBI... made NCAA Division I debut going 0-for-4 against Arkansas-Little Rock (2/22)... recorded first career multi-hit game going 2-for-4 with a run scored and double against Alabama (2/28)... went 3-for-4 with an RBI against Dallas Baptist (3/8)... collected season-highs in runs scored (3) and base hits (4) going 4-for-5 with an RBI against Lamar (3/15)... went 7-for-15 with five runs and five RBI in series against Lamar (3/14-16)... went 2-for-2 with an RBI and added a season-high two walks against Stephen F. Austin (5/11)... member of the Capital One/ Southland Conference 2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. McLennan Community College Transferred to UT Arlington from McLennan Community College, where he hit .300 with five home runs in his first season of collegiate baseball... tallied a .330 batting average with another five home runs as a sophomore. High School A three-time All-District selection as a prep at Trinity High School... batted .348 as a senior... hit .447 as a junior... was selected to play in the North Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game. Personal Son of Brian and Leanne Guest... born June 17, 1987... a business management major at UT Arlington.

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6-2 ● 190 ● INF ● L/R ● RS Jr. ● TR Aledo, Texas ● SW Christian HS ● Howard College

Year 2009 Career

AVG .238 .238

GP-GS 10-6 10-6

AB 21 21

R 2 2

H 5 5

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats___________ 4 2x, at Sam Houston State (3/6/09)* Hits _______________________ 2 2x, at Texas (2/24/09)* Runs _____________ 1 2x, at UT-Pan American (2/28/09) RBI _________________________________________ N/A Walks _______________ 2 2x, at UT-Pan American (2/28/09)* Hit Streak _________ 2 games 2x (February 24-27, 2009)* * Indicates most recent high

TB 5 5

SLG .238 .238

BB 6 6

HBP 0 0

SO 6 6

OBA .407 .407

SB-ATT 0-1 0-1

2009 (Medical Redshirt) Suffered a season-ending injury and received a medical redshirt after batting .238 (5-for-21) in 10 games with six starts at first base... tallied a pair of multi-hit games, including a 2-for-2 performance against thenNo. 4 Texas (2/24)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

High School A four-year varsity letterwinner at Southwest Christian Preparatory High School for Coach Rusty Beam... batted .358 with two home runs and posted an 8-3 record on the mound as a senior while earning first team All-State honors... named State Tournament Most Valuable Player and batted .431 with 47 RBI and a 10-0 record on the mound as a junior... started prep career by winning a the state championship as a freshman in 2003... also an All-District football athlete during sophomore and junior seasons. Personal Son of Mike Hopkins and Babby Newland... father, Mike, played baseball at Lubbock Christian, step-father, David Newland, played baseball at Texas Tech... born March 9, 1988... a pre-law/business major at UT Arlington.

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Howard College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing one season at Howard College for head coach Britt Smith... helped guide Howard to a No. 2 NJCAA ranking during sophomore season... recorded a .381 batting average with seven doubles, two triples and 14 RBI in 2008.

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6-2 ● 185 ● RHP ● R/R ● Sr. ● 1L Phoenix, Ariz. ● Mountain Pointe HS Central Arizona College

Year 2009 Career

ERA 4.63 4.63

W-L 4-5 4-5

APP 18 18

GS 6 6

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

SV 2 2

IP 58.1 58.1

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Summer 2009 Played for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots of the Alaska League... helped lead team to a runner-up finish at the National Baseball Congress World Series (Wichita, Kan.) while losing in the championship game to the El Dorado (Kan.) Broncos... team went 7-1 at the NBC Tournament... went 1-0 with three appearances and a 3.21 ERA in 14.0 innings with 16 strikeouts and six walks at the NBC Tournament... among team leaders with 3-2 record, 3.61 ERA and one complete game during season... led team with 52.1 innings pitched and tied for team lead with 10 starts... struck out 42 batters and walked only 13 while allowing opposing batters a .246 batting average. SLC Tournament Made one relief appearance throwing 0.2 innings, allowing two hits and one run against Lamar (5/21). 2009 (Junior) Made 18 appearances (6 starts) and was 4-5 with a 4.63 ERA... led team with five pickoffs... ranked second on the team in saves (2) and appearances (18), was third in innings pitched (58.1) and tied for third on the team with four wins... ranked second in the Southland Conference in pickoffs (5)... went 4-0 with a save and a 2.91 ERA in six appearances (2 starts) at Clay Gould Ballpark... struck out 16 batters in 21.2 innings pitched in home games... was 0-5 with a 5.65 ERA in 12 appearances (4 starts) in 36.2 innings pitched with 46 hits allowed, 26 strikeouts and 14 walks allowed on the road or at a neutral site... went 2-1 with a 4.28 ERA in 10 appearances (4 starts) with two saves, 33.2 innings pitched, 42 hits allowed and 25 strikeouts with 14 walks in SLC games... pitched at least 6.0 innings in five of six starts... allowed only two earned runs during a stretch of seven relief appearances (Mar. 14-Apr. 1) recording 10.0 innings pitched with 10 strikeouts, a 1.80 ERA while posting a win and two saves... won first career game on Opening Day against Arkansas State (2/20) throwing 6.0 innings with two strikeouts and allowing six hits, four runs and three walks in the start... notched first career save in 1.0 inning appearance with one strikeout and one walk against UTSA (3/14)... pitched season-high 8.2 innings at Stephen F. Austin allowing nine hits and three runs with four strikeouts in a no-decision (4/26)... struck out a season-high six batters in a 6.0-inning start while earning the victory against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

H 68 68

R 34 34

ER 30 30

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched ______ 8.2, at Stephen F. Austin (4/26/09) Strikeouts _____ 6, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3/09) Longest Start (IP) ____ 8.2, at Stephen F. Austin (4/26/09) Shortest Start (IP) _____ 3.0, at Central Arkansas (4/19/09) Longest Relief Outing (IP) ________ 4.1, vs. Baylor (4/14/09) Runs Allowed _________ 7, at Central Arkansas (4/19/09) * Indicates most recent high

BB 24 24

SO 42 42

2B 9 9

3B 2 2

HR 5 5

B/Avg .304 .304

WP 4 4

HBP 2 2

BK 1 1

Central Arizona College Transferred to UT Arlington after helping lead Central Arizona College to a third-place finish at the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colo., with a 46-22 record while playing for head coach Jon Wente... was one of the top pitchers in the Region during sophomore season posting an 11-3 record with a 3.17 ERA in 116.1 innings... second on the team with 100 strikeouts and walked only 18 batters. Arizona State University Made collegiate debut pitching one season at Arizona State... made 11 appearances with 10 innings pitched while recording a 0-1 record with a 6.30 ERA with 10 strikeouts and five walks in 2007. High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Mountain Pointe High School for Coach Branden Buck... posted a .418 batting average with six home runs and also pitched 21 innings with a 2-0 record as a senior... notched a 6-4 record with a 2.04 ERA in 68.2 innings with 65 strikeouts as a junior... named First Team AllConference as a designated hitter as a senior... earned First Team All-Region accolades as a pitcher during junior season... named the Scholar Student-Athlete of the Year in 2006. Personal Son of Steven and Pamela Mitchell... born March 13, 1988... an economics major at UT Arlington.

Summer 2008 Played for the Santa Maria Indians of the California Collegiate League... led the league going 6-0 and finished second with a 1.47 ERA... second in league voting for the Most Outstanding Pitcher award... ranked fourth in the Best Breaking Ball category and received the second most votes for All-League Starting Pitchers... posted 46 strikeouts, walked only 18 batters and allowed 13 runs in 43 innings.

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Mark PICCA

6-2 ● 205 ● LHP ● L/L ● Jr. ● 2L Arlington, Texas ● Nolan Catholic HS

Year 2008 2009 Career

ERA W-L 5.73 1-2 13.50 0-1 7.80 1-3

APP 10 5 15

GS 3 2 5

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0

IP 22.0 8.0 30.0

H 25 15 40

R 17 12 29

ER 14 12 26

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched ________________ 6.0, at Texas (4/16/08) Strikeouts __________ 5, at Northwestern State (4/25/08) Longest Start (IP) ______________ 6.0, at Texas (4/16/08) Shortest Start (IP) _________ 0.2, at Texas State (3/22/08) Longest Relief Outing (IP) __ 4.2, at Northwestern State (4/25/08) Runs Allowed __________________ 7, at Baylor (4/15/09) * Indicates most recent high

BB 7 5 12

SO 15 7 22

2B 9 4 13

3B 0 1 1

HR 3 3 6

B/Avg .287 .417 .325

WP 7 1 8

HBP 0 0 0

BK 0 0 0

Summer 2009 Played for the Waterloo Bucks of the Northwoods League... made five appearances (1 start) with a 0-1 record and 2.84 ERA in 12.2 innings pitched... struck out nine batters, allowed nine hits, six runs and five walks.

2008 (Freshman) Made 10 appearances (three starts) and went 1-2 with a 5.73 ERA... pitched 22 innings allowing 25 hits, 17 runs and seven walks with 15 strikeouts... pitched six innings in three appearances in Southland Conference competition... made NCAA Division I debut pitching three innings while giving up four hits, three runs and two walks with two strikeouts in start against Missouri State (2/23)... pitched 2.1 innings in relief allowing one hit and one run with two strikeouts against Dallas Baptist (3/8)... collected first collegiate victory tossing six innings, while allowing three hits, one run and two walks with three strikeouts at Texas (4/16)... named SLC Co-Pitcher of the Week following six-inning victory against Texas... made longest relief appearance on the season throwing 4.2 innings, allowing six hits and three runs with a season-high five strikeouts against Northwestern State (4/25)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

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2009 (Sophomore) Made five appearances (2 starts) and was 0-1 with a 13.50 ERA... logged 8.0 innings pitched with seven strikeouts and allowed five walks with a .417 opponent batting average... struck out three batters in one inning pitched at Clay Gould Ballpark... tallied a 0-1 record with a 15.43 ERA in four appearances (2 starts) with 7.0 innings pitched with four strikeouts and five walks in games pitched on the road or at a neutral site... did not appear in a SLC game... allowed a .125 (1-for-8) opponent batting average with two outs... recorded season-high three strikeouts in a 1.0-inning relief appearance against Siena (2/23)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

High School Came to UT Arlington after earning first team All-State honors in 2006 and 2007 as well as being named team Most Valuable Player... named 2006 District Newcomer of the Year... tossed five shutouts as a senior, including a two-hit, 12-strikeout performance against Fort Worth Arlington Heights HS... finished the season with 106 strikeouts in 71 innings. Personal Son of Jerry and Marianne Picca... born May 31, 1989... a business major at UT Arlington.

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Rett VARNER

6-4 ● 200 ● RHP ● R/R ● RS Jr. ● 2L Trophy Club, Texas ● Northwest HS ● BYU

Year 2008 2009 Career

ERA 6.23 3.95 4.74

W-L 1-2 2-3 3-5

APP 15 16 31

GS 1 10 11

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/2 0/2

SV 0 0 0

IP 30.1 57.0 87.1

H 37 65 102

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2010 (RS-Junior) Named first team preseason SLC All-Conference. Summer 2009 Played for the Coppell Copperheads of the Texas Collegiate League... named Texas Collegiate League Pitcher of the Year and was an all-league pick as a starting pitcher... ranked second in the league with 57 strikeouts and a 1.17 ERA... went 4-2 in seven starts while throwing 46.0 innings and only allowing seven walks and a .159 opponent batting average... helped lead team to TCL championship for third time in club’s six-year history... was named fourth best MLB Draft prospect from TCL league by Baseball America’s Top Prospect List of collegiate summer leagues. SLC Tournament Made two relief appearances in two games against Lamar... pitched 1.2 innings, allowing three hits, two runs and three walks with two strikeouts against Lamar (5/20)... threw 0.1 innings in second appearance against Lamar (5/22). 2009 (RS-Sophomore) Selected in the 34th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft by the Chicago Cubs with the 1,040th overall pick... Made 16 appearances (10 starts) and was 2-3 with a 3.95 ERA... led team with two combined shutouts... ranked third on the team in ERA, appearances and starts... tied for third on the team in strikeouts (44)... finished ninth in the Southland Conference in ERA (3.95)... allowed the fewest earned runs (25) by any pitcher in the SLC that pitched at least 1.0 inning/team game... registered a 4.50 ERA in six appearances (five starts) with 26.0 innings pitched and 24 strikeouts (10 walks) against opponents who made the NCAA Tournament... led team with a 1.10 ERA in eight appearances (five starts) with a 2-0 record, 32.2 innings pitched, 28 strikeouts and 16 walks in games pitched at Clay Gould Ballpark... went 0-3 with a 7.77 ERA in eight appearances (five starts) with 24.1 innings pitched, 42 hits allowed and 16 strikeouts with eight walks on the road or at a neutral site... went 1-0 with a 2.89 ERA in seven appearances (four starts) with 28.0 innings and 14 strikeouts during SLC competition... made five starts pitching at least 5.0 innings... made four outings while recording at least five strikeouts... matched a career-high six strikeouts on the road at Oral Roberts (4/7) and at home against Baylor (4/14)... pitched a career best 7.0 innings at home against UTSA (3/15) allowing three hits, two runs (no earned runs) and four walks with two strikeouts in a no-decision... picked up first win of the season pitching 6.0 innings and allowing two hits and no runs with five strikeouts against Siena (2/22) in a 13-0 combined shutout.

R 22 32 54

ER 21 25 46

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched ________________7.0, vs. UTSA (3/15/09) Strikeouts _________________ 6 3x, vs. Baylor (4/14/09)* Longest Start (IP) ______________7.0, vs. UTSA (3/15/09) Shortest Start (IP) ______ 3.0 2x, at Oral Roberts (4/7/09)* Longest Relief Outing (IP) ____ 5.0, vs. Texas State (5/14/09) Runs Allowed ________ 6, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/27/09) * Indicates most recent high

BB 11 24 35

SO 24 44 68

2B 4 12 16

3B 0 1 1

HR 4 2 6

B/Avg .319 .286 .297

WP 1 6 7

HBP 4 3 7

BK 1 1 2

in victories (4), innings pitched (47.0) and strikeouts (42)... ranked in three top five categories in the TCL... held opponents to a .203 batting average... recorded a 3.26 ERA in eight starts. SLC Tournament Made one relief appearance throwing one inning and allowing one run, one hit and one walk with a strikeout against Texas State (5/21). 2008 (RS-Freshman) Made 15 appearances (one start) and was 1-2 with a 6.23 ERA... third on the team with 14 relief appearances, fourth in total appearances (15) and fifth in strikeouts (24)... pitched 30.1 innings and allowed 37 hits, 21 earned runs and 11 walks... held opponents to a .189 batting average (7-for-37) with two outs... threw at least two innings in five appearances... made NCAA Division I debut throwing three innings in relief allowing one hit, one run and posting two strikeouts with a walk against Louisiana Tech (2/26)... pitched two scoreless innings of relief allowing two hits and striking out four against Nevada (3/1)... recorded first career victory in only start throwing six innings with a season-high six strikeouts against UT-Pan American (4/1)... did not allow an extra-base hit in final 9.1 innings (8 outings) of relief... member of the Capital One/SLC 2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. Brigham Young University Transferred to UT Arlington after spending one redshirt season at BYU. High School As a senior at Northwest High School, had a 6-3 record and 1.87 ERA in 75 innings... struck out a school-record 106 batters and walked just 18 en route to first team All-District 5-5A honors... two-time academic All-District 5-5A. Personal Son of Randy and Valerie Varner... born Feb. 3, 1988... an exercise science major at UT Arlington.

Summer 2008 Played for the Coppell Copperheads of the Texas Collegiate League... led team

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Jordan VAUGHN

6-4 ● 225 ● INF ● R/R ● RS So. ● 1L Colorado Springs, Colo. ● Rampart HS

Year 2009 Career

AVG .000 .000

GP-GS 7-0 7-0

AB 6 6

R 1 1

H 0 0

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 2 2

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats___________________ 2, vs. Northwood (4/21/09) Hits ________________________________________ N/A Runs ____________________ 1, vs. Northwood (4/21/09) RBI ___________________1 2x, vs. Northwood (4/21/09)* Walks _________________________________________ N/A Hit Streak ___________________________________ N/A * Indicates most recent high

TB 0 0

SLG .000 .000

BB 0 0

HBP 0 0

SO 3 3

OBA .000 .000

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0

Summer 2009 Played for the Trombly Thunder of the Southern California Collegiate League... batted .370 with one home run and six doubles.

2008 (Freshman) Redshirted... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. High School Came to UT Arlington after earning All-Colorado Springs Area honors after both his junior and senior years at Rampart High School... picked to play in the Colorado Springs Area All-Star Game in 2007...landed on the school’s Academic Honor Roll four consecutive years and earned Academic All-State honors in 2006 and 2007. Personal Son of Robert and Cathy Vaughn... born Nov. 27, 1988... a business management major at UT Arlington.

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2009 (RS-Freshman) Recorded a run scored and two RBI and played in seven games as a reserve first baseman... made collegiate debut against Siena going 0-for-1 as a pinch hitter (2/22)... recorded first career RBI as a pinch hitter against Oral Roberts (4/7)... went 0-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI against Northwood (4/21)... member of the Capital One/ Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

Vaughn made his NCAA DIVISION I DEBUT as a pinch hitter against Siena at the 2009 UTA Hilton Invitational at Clay Gould Ballpark. www.utamavs.com

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Brian WATSON

5-11 ● 170 ● LHP ● L/L ● Sr. ● 2L Mesquite, Texas ● Poteet HS ● Paris JC

Year 2008 2009 Career

ERA W-L 16.20 0-0 5.09 1-1 6.86 1-1

APP 2 12 14

GS 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/1 0/1

SV 0 0 0

IP 3.1 17.2 21.0

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Summer 2009 Played for the Brazos Valley Bombers of the Texas Collegiate League... made 13 appearances (4 starts) with a 4.46 ERA in 42.1 innings pitched with 35 strikeouts and only eight walks allowed. 2009 (Junior) Made 12 appearances (all in relief ) and was 1-1 with a 5.09 ERA... tied for third on the team in games pitched in relief (12)... fourth among team relievers with 17.2 innings pitched and ranked third with 20 strikeouts... was 1-0 with a 2.84 ERA in two appearances (6.1 innings) with seven strikeouts and one walk against ranked opponents... posted a 2.45 ERA in 7.1 innings pitched with nine strikeouts and one walk against opponents who made the NCAA Tournament... went 1-0 with a 4.15 ERA in five appearances, combined on a shutout, pitched 8.2 innings with six strikeouts and two walks allowed in games pitched at Clay Gould Ballpark... recorded a 6.00 ERA with a 0-1 record in seven appearances with 9.0 innings pitched, 14 strikeouts and three walks allowed on the road or at a neutral site... 0-1 with a 9.95 ERA in five appearances with 6.1 innings pitched, five strikeouts and two walks against SLC opponents... averaged 10.2 strikeouts/9 innings... made five scoreless relief outings... allowed only one earned run during first five appearances (Feb. 22-Apr. 7) with a 1.48 ERA and nine strikeouts... struck out at least one batter in 11 of 12 appearances... allowed only three extra-base hits in 69 opponent at-bats (2 doubles, 1 home run)... tallied first career win in a 2.1-inning scoreless relief outing, allowing two hits with a pair of strikeouts against then-No. 25 Minnesota (3/18)... had career-highs in innings pitched (4.0) and strikeouts (5) in a relief appearance against then-No. 7 Baylor (4/15)... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

H 9 17 26

R 7 11 18

ER 6 10 16

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched _______________ 4.0, at Baylor (4/15/09) Strikeouts _____________________ 5, at Baylor (4/15/09) Longest Start (IP) _____________________________ N/A Shortest Start (IP) _____________________________ N/A Longest Relief Outing (IP) _________ 4.0, at Baylor (4/15/09) Runs Allowed _____________ 4, vs. Oral Roberts (3/8/09) * Indicates most recent high

BB 2 5 7

SO 4 20 24

2B 2 2 4

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 1 3

B/Avg .474 .246 .295

WP 1 0 1

HBP 0 0 0

BK 0 2 2

2008 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2007 and Spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. Paris Junior College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing his freshman year at Paris Junior College... tossed 14 innings in relief striking out 10 batters and walking three. High School Four-year letterwinner at Mesquite Poteet High School... named to the Class 4A Texas High School Baseball Association All-State team after posting an 11-1 record with a 1.25 earned run average. recorded 78 innings pitched with 123 strikeouts and 12 walks... faced 298 batters and allowed just 54 hits and 14 earned runs. Personal Son of Todd Watson and Cheryl Watson... born Oct. 28, 1987... a history and accounting major at UT Arlington.

Summer 2008 Played for the Dallas Knights of the Dallas Amateur Baseball Association... tallied a 2.26 ERA with 45 strikeouts and issued only 13 walks... collected 52 innings pitched... he joined the Brazos Valley Bombers of the Texas Collegiate League later in the summer... threw a nine-inning complete game shutout in his only outing, defeating the McKinney Marshals... posted five strikeouts while allowing seven hits in the victory. 2008 (Sophomore) Made two appearances and went 0-0 with a 16.20 ERA... struck out four batters while allowing nine hits, seven runs (six earned) and two walks in 3.1 innings... made NCAA Division I debut pitching 1.1 innings allowing three hits and three runs with two strikeouts against Louisiana Tech (2/26)... marked a season-high two-inning outing while allowing six hits and four runs with two strikeouts against Oral Roberts (3/8)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference

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Eric WRIGHT

6-0 ● 190 ● OF ● S/L ● RS So. ● 1L Fort Worth, Texas ● Fort Worth Country Day HS

Year 2009 Career

AVG .188 .188

GP-GS 11-2 11-2

AB 16 16

R 1 1

H 3 3

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

RBI 3 3

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats________________________ 4, vs. UTSA (3/14/09) Hits _____________ 1 3x, at Louisiana-Monroe (3/10/09)* Runs _______________ 1, at Louisiana-Monroe (3/10/09) RBI ___________________________ 2, vs. Siena (2/22/09) Walks _________________________________________ N/A Hit Streak ___________________________________ N/A * Indicates most recent high

TB 6 6

SLG .375 .375

BB 0 0

HBP 0 0

SO 6 6

OBA .188 .188

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0

Summer 2009 Played for the Trombly Thunder of the Southern California Collegiate League... named to the SCC All-Star Game as the starting left fielder... collected two base hits, including a triple, with an RBI, run scored and stolen base in the All-Star Game... batted .350 with three doubles and six stolen bases. SLC Tournament Was on the post-season roster, but did not make an appearance.

2008 (Freshman) Redshirted High School A three-time SPC All-State selection at Country Day High School... signed out of high school at Texas Tech before transferring to UT Arlington in the spring of 2008.

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2009 (RS-Freshman) Batted .188 with a home run and three RBI in 11 games making two starts as the designated hitter... led team with a .375 (3-for-8) batting average as a pinch hitter... led team with three RBI as a pinch hitter and was only player on team with a pinch-hit home run... ranked fifth on the team making nine appearances as a sub... batted .154 (2for-13) with two RBI in eight games at Clay Gould Ballpark... batted .333 (1-for-3) in three games on the road or at a neutral site... batted .000 (0-for-10) in four games played against SLC opponents... hit first career home run against Louisiana-Monroe as a pinch hitter in top of the ninth inning (3/10)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

Wright HIT HIS FIRST CAREER HOME RUN as a pinch hitter against Louisiana-Monroe in the top of the 9th inning on March 10, 2009. www.utamavs.com

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5-9 ● 175 ● LHP ● L/L ● Fr. ● HS Mesa, Ariz. ● Desert Ridge HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Finished senior year 8-1 while pitching 60.0 innings in 15 appearances. ● Named All-Region and helped lead team to Arizona State (5A-II) Championship.

High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Desert Ridge High School for head coach Pat Herrera... as a senior, pitched 60.0 innings in 15 appearances (11 starts)... went 8-1 and was named All-Region... led team to a 29-5 overall record while winning the Arizona State (5A-II) Championship Tournament.

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Personal Son of Lyle and Kristin Ashby... born August 26, 1991... a psychology major at UT Arlington.

Logan BAWCOM

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6-2 ● 200 ● RHP/INF ● R/R ● Jr. ● TR Midland, Texas ● Greenwood HS Midland JC

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Batted .325 with 10 home runs and 47 RBI with a 5-1 record, 4.02 ERA and seven saves in 2009. ● A 2009 First Team All-Conference selection and NJCAA Distinguished Academic All-American. ● Earned First Team All-State as a senior in high school.

Midland Junior College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing two seasons at Midland Junior College for head coach David Coleman... as a sophomore, was a two-way player hitting .325 with 10 home runs and 47 RBI while going 5-1 with seven saves, a 4.02 ERA in 31 innings with 45 strikeouts... named first team All-Conference and was named an NJCAA Distinguished Academic All-American. High School A four-year varsity letterwinner at Greenwood High School for head coach Joe Williamson... as a senior, batted .500 with 13 doubles, 12 home runs and 51 RBI... named first team All-District, first team All-State (shortstop), Sandhills Tournament MVP and was tabbed Academic All-State. Personal Son of Butch and Vickie Bawcom... born November 2, 1988... a software engineering/mechanical engineering major at UT Arlington.

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6-2 ● 190 ● RHP/INF ● L/R ● Fr. ● HS Dallas, Texas ● Bishop Lynch HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Batted .517 with eight home runs and 45 RBI during senior season at Bishop Lynch HS. ● Struck out season-high 14 batters against Texas Christian Academy during 2009 season. ● Named Connie Mack World Series All-Tournament team.

High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Bishop Lynch High School for head coach Paul Ahearne... led team to a district championship and to a state tournament (5A) runner-up finish... batted .517 with seven doubles, six triples and eight home runs with 45 RBI... tallied a 6-3 record with a 2.30 ERA in 48.2 innings pitched with 66 strikeouts... struck out a season-high 14 batters against Texas Christian Academy... named TAPPS (5A) first team All-State, District MVP and Team MVP... as a junior, batted .390 with 11 doubles, two home runs and 35 RBI... went 4-2 with a 2.10 ERA in 36.2 innings pitched with 47 strikeouts... selected TAPPS first team All-State (6A) and Team MVP... played 2009 summer with Dallas DBAT Mustangs... led team to Connie Mack World Series runner-up finish in Farmington, N.M... hit .318 (7-for-22) with six runs, two doubles, one home run and five RBI in world series action... named Connie Mack World Series All-Tournament Team (third base).

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6-2 ● 200 ● RHP ● R/R ● Jr. ● TR Humble, Texas ● Humble HS Richland College

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Played for Richland College who went 47-13 in 2009 winning NJCAA D-III National Championship. ● Batted .405 with 14 home runs in 2008 while being named First Team All-Conference. ● Played in JUCO All-Star Game following freshman year.

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Personal Son of Phil and Becky Beck... born October 26, 1990... a business management major at UT Arlington.

Richland College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing two seasons at Richland College for head coach Joe Wharton... team went 47-13 winning NJCAA D-III National Championship in 2009... played in only 15 games before suffering season-ending injury... batted .254 with seven doubles, two home runs and 14 RBI... during freshman season, batted .405 with 14 home runs while earning Player of the Week honors twice... named first team All-Conference... played in JUCO All-Star Game... helped lead team to 47-16 overall record and to third-place finish at NJCAA D-III World Series in 2008. High School A one-year varsity letterwinner at Humble High School for head coach David Sutton... as a senior, batted .350 with one home run and collected three saves on the mound... led team to regional tournament quarterfinals in 2005 and 2006. Personal Son of Gary and Julie Christenson... born June 18, 1988... a business finance major at UT Arlington.

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5-11 ● 170 ● INF ● L/R ● Fr. ● HS Fort Worth, Texas ● Keller Central HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Batted .422 with four triples, five home runs, 14 stolen bases and 21 RBI as a senior in 2009. ● A Second Team All-District selection and named to San Marcos All-Tournament team. ● Named All-Tournament at Dallas Premier World Series.

High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Keller-Central High School for head coach David Zeigler... as a senior, batted .422 with three doubles, four triples, five home runs, 21 RBI and 14 stolen bases... named second team All-District (shortstop) and earned San Marcos All-Tournament honors... hit .429 with a .515 on-base percentage as a junior... was team Co-MVP and Top Hitter and named first team All-District in 2008... lettered in football... four-year member of National Honor Society... played 2008 and 2009 summer with Arlington A’s... hit .550 during 2008 summer and named All-Tournament at the Dallas Premier World Series in 2009.

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Personal Son of Lanny and Theresa Dyvig... sister, Jessica, played volleyball at Blinn JC (2000-02) and Texas A&M-Commerce (2002-04), grandfather, Dennis Dyvig, played football at Alabama, grandfather, Marvin Baarstad, played football at Waphaton State... born February 14, 1991... a sports therapy/criminal justice major at UT Arlington.

Daniel GARCIA

6-0 ● 180 ● C ● R/R ● Fr. ● HS Arlington, Texas ● Martin HS

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● As a senior, named Team MVP, First Team All-District and was selected to play in Texas HS All-Star Game. ● Batted .380 with 12 doubles and 2 home runs in 2009. ● Named Defensive District Player of the Year while batting .444 with a home run as a junior.

High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Arlington Martin High School for head coach Curt Culbertson, who played at UTA (1980-82) and was a 22nd round draft pick in 1982 by the Cincinnati Reds... as a senior, batted .380 with 12 doubles and two home runs... named team MVP, first team All-District and was selected to play in the Texas High School All-Star Game... led team to a 22-8 overall record... during junior season, batted .444 with a home run... tabbed first team All-District and named District Defensive Player of the Year... led Martin to an undefeated (14-0) district record and to a 20-5 overall record... also helped team to district championship in 2007... lettered one year in football while team made Bi-District finals... named Martin Student of the Year and a member of the National Honor Society... played 2009 summer with the Arlington A’s... led A’s with a .375 batting average and hit three home runs while A’s finished second at the Premier World Series... led Arlington A’s in 2008 summer with a .415 batting average. Personal Son of John and Marylee Garcia... brother, Brent, played baseball at West Texas A&M, brother, Shaun, played baseball for two seasons at Grayson County and is currently a junior on the Texas State baseball team... born September 6, 1990... a sports management major at UT Arlington.

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6-0 ● 190 ● RHP/INF ● S/L ● Fr. ● HS Hewitt, Texas ● Midway HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Recorded .331 average with 11 doubles, three home runs and 31 RBI as a senior. ● Helped lead Midway to a 23-5 overall record and to a Max Prep No. 30 state ranking. ● High School teammate with UTA pitcher Brody Walker.

High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Midway High School for head coach Tom Gladney... as a senior, batted .331 with 11 doubles, three home runs and 31 RBI with six stolen bases... posted a 3-1 record on the mound... tabbed second team All-Conference... helped lead team to a 23-5 overall record and to a Max Prep No. 30 ranking in the state of Texas... led team to back-to-back district championships in 2008 and 2009... named first team All-District... as a junior, batted .343 with 12 doubles and 32 RBI with a 3-1 record... in 2007, tallied a .376 batting average with eight home runs and a 4-1 record during sophomore season... selected second team All-District... an Academic All-District selection and member of National Honor Society.

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5-11 ● 165 ● INF ● R/R ● Fr. ● HS Wylie, Texas ● Wylie HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Batted .391 as a senior and hit .432 with three home runs in only 11 games as a junior. ● A 3-time All-District selection, earning first team in 2009, honorable mention in 2008 and second in team in 2007. ● Three-year letterwinner in football.

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Personal Son of Stan and Yumi Hansen... father, Stan, is a retired professional wrestler better known by his ring name Stan “The Lariat” Hansen where he spent 25 years wrestling in the United States and Japan, brother, Shaver, played baseball for three years at Baylor (2007-09) before being drafted in the sixth round by the Seattle Mariners in 2009... born February 21, 1991... a business major at UT Arlington.

High School A four-year varsity letterwinner at Wylie High School for head coach Dustin Toth... batted .391 with four home runs as a senior and hit .432 with three home runs and seven stolen bases in only 11 games as a junior... a three-time All-District selection, including first team honors in 2009, honorable mention recognition in 2008 (missed half of season with injury) and second team honors in 2007... named District Newcomer of the Year in 2006... a four-time team defensive MVP (2006-09)... lettered three years in football while being named first team All-State, second team All-Area and first team All-District in 2008... a second team AllDistrict pick in 2007... played 2009 summer with the Select D-Bat Mustangs. Personal Son of James and Johnna Jordan... born October 14, 1990... a kinesiology major at UT Arlington.

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6-1 ● 160 ● RHP ● R/R ● RS Fr. ● RS Keller, Texas ● Keller HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Named to 2009 Capital One/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll. ● Tallied a 5-2 record with 31 strikeouts in 50.0 innings as a senior at Keller in 2008. ● Helped lead HS team to 25-9 record as a senior.

2009 (Freshman) Redshirted... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. High School A two-year varsity letterwinner at Keller High School for Coach Rob Stramp... recorded a 5-2 record with 31 strikeouts in 50 innings as a senior... helped lead his team to a 25-9 overall record and to a District, Bi-State and Area championship as a senior... earned the 2008 PSAT Commended Scholar award.

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Personal Son of Dave and Ellie Krolick... born October 31, 1989... a mechanical engineering major at UT Arlington.

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5-10 ● 175 ● RHP ● R/R ● Jr. ● TR Humble, Texas ● Humble HS North Central Texas College

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Went 8-1 with a 2.30 ERA and 49 strikeouts in 2009 at North Central Texas College. ● Helped lead NCTC to an NJCAA Top 20 national ranking. ● Began collegiate career at John Wood CC going 8-4 with a 3.90 ERA with 61 strikeouts in 2008.

North Central Texas College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing one seasons at North Central Texas College for head coach Scott Harp... helped lead team to NJCAA Top 20 national ranking and to a 35-20 overall record... went 8-1 with a 2.30 ERA with 49 strikeouts. John Wood Community College Began collegiate career in 2008 at John Wood Community College for head coach Greg Wathan... went 8-4 with a 3.90 ERA with 61 strikeouts and allowed 20 walks... named first team All-Conference. High School A two-year varsity letterwinner at Humble High School for head coach David Sutton... as a senior, pitched 79.0 innings with 10 complete games while recording 59 strikeouts and a 3.15 ERA... posted a .290 batting average. Personal Son of Marion and Rhonda Laird... born July 22, 1989... a political science major at UT Arlington.

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5-7 ● 165 ● OF ● R/L ● Jr. ● TR Copperas Cove, Texas ● Copperas Cove HS North Central Texas College

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Led NJCAA Region V with 44-of-46 stolen bases to rank fifth in the nation in 2009. ● Batted .350 with five doubles and two triples in 2009. ● Helped lead Copperas Cove HS to first playoff appearance in 31 years during 2007 season.

North Central Texas College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing two seasons at North Central Texas College for head coach Scott Harp... as a sophomore, helped lead team to a 35-18 overall record while leading Region V with 44-of-46 stolen bases... ranked fifth in the nation with 44 stolen bases... batted .350 with five doubles and two triples... named to Texas/New Mexico All-Star Game... went 3-for-4 with a stolen base while helping lead Texas team to All-Star Game victory... as a freshman, batted .330 with 22 stolen bases on 24 attempts... has played two summers in the Coastal Plains League for the Gastonia Grizzlies (2008) and Wilson Tobs (2009).

Personal Son of Angel and April Lopez... born March 15, 1989... an education major at UT Arlington.

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6-0 ● 175 ● OF ● R/R ● Fr. ● HS Mansfield, Texas ● Mansfield HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Batted .520 with 42 hits, five home runs and 39 RBI during senior season. ● Named First Team All-District, Star-Telegram First team All-Area and First Team All-State. ● Texas High School All-Star Game participant.

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High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Copperas Cove High School for head coach Brian Jost... a career .400 hitter with 67 stolen bases... tallied a .430 batting average during senior season with 28 stolen bases... helped lead Copperas Cove to its first playoff appearance in 31 years in 2007... named first team All-District and honorable mention All-State as a second baseman in 2007... lettered three years in power lifting and one year in football... a two-time state power lifting champion (2005, 2006) and member of 2006 state finalist in football... selected Academic All-State in 2007.

High School A two-year varsity letterwinner at Mansfield High School for head coach Gary Vaughan... as a senior, batted .520 with 42 hits, nine doubles, five triples, five home runs and 39 RBI... tabbed first team All-District, Star-Telegram first team All-Area, Dallas Morning News first team All-Area and first team All-State... named VYPE Magazine Hitter of the Year... a Texas High School All-Star Game participant... team won District 4-5A championship with an 11-1 record... team finished with a 20-8 overall mark. Personal Son of Ronnie and Ellen Mabra... born March 1, 1991... a kinesiology major at UT Arlington.

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6-3 ● 210 ● INF ● R/R ● Jr. ● TR Arlington, Texas ● Martin HS McLennan CC

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Helped lead McLennan CC to third-place Region V finish during sophomore season. ● Batted .340 with 15 doubles, seven home runs and 50 RBI in 2009. ● Tabbed First Team All-Conference in 2009.

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McLennan Community College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing two seasons at McLennan Community College for head coach Pete Mejia... as a sophomore, led team to a third-place finish in NJCAA Region V... batted .340 with 15 doubles, seven home runs and 50 RBI... named first team All-Conference and Academic All-Conference... as a freshman, batted .240 with six home runs and 35 RBI... team finished in Regional quarterfinals... two-year starter playing first and third base. High School A two-year varsity letterwinner at Arlington Martin High School for head coach Curt Culbertson, who played at UTA (1980-82) and was a 22nd round draft pick in 1982 by the Cincinnati Reds... as a senior, batted .443 with 14 doubles, three triples, seven home runs, 61 RBI and 15 stolen bases... named team MVP, first team All-District (third base) and District MVP... named to the Lubbock All-Tournament team... a 2006 second team All-Area pick and Lubbock All-Tournament team selection... helped lead team to back-to-back conference championships in 2006-2007... team went five rounds before losing in the regional finals in 2007... lettered four years in football... named first team All-District (tight end) in 2006... Honor Roll student. Personal Son of Jim and Katie Nephew and Randy and Donna Benoot... father, Jim, played football at Hudson Valley Community College and Bentley College, grandfather, Bob Kiefer, played baseball in New York Yankees organization... born February 1, 1989... a sports medicine major at UT Arlington.

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6-0 ● 180 ● OF ● L/L ● Jr. ● TR Mesa, Ariz. ● Red Mountain HS Mesa CC

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Batted .300 with five doubles, two triples, 15 stolen bases and 15 RBI during 2009 season. ● Named First Team All-Region and Second Team AllConference following sophomore season at Mesa CC. ● Selected East Valley Region All-Conference in 2007.

Mesa Community College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing two seasons at Mesa Community College for head coach Tony Cirelli... as a sophomore, batted .300 with five doubles, two triples, 15 stolen bases and 15 RBI... during freshman season, batted .391 and led the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference with 32 stolen bases... named second team All-Conference and first team All-Region. High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Red Mountain High School for head coach Henry Faccio... as a senior, batted .393 with 25 runs scored, one home run, 14 RBI and 16 stolen bases... named East Valley Region All-Conference... also lettered two years in football and one year in hockey... graduated with honors. Personal Son of Steve Orr and Zona Pacheco... father, Steve, played baseball at University of Detroit, cousin, Jeff Kent, played 17 years and was a five-time Major League All-Star while playing with Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers... born December 23, 1987... a kinesiology major at UT Arlington.

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6-2 ● 180 ● INF ● L/R ● Jr. ● TR Carrollton, Texas ● Hebron HS North Central Texas College

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Hit .437 with 11 doubles, two triples, two home runs and 27 RBI as a sophomore in 2009. ● Named First Team All-Conference in 2009. ● Named an NJCAA Academic All-American following final season at North Central Texas College.

North Central Texas College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing two seasons at North Central Texas College for head coach Scott Harp... as a sophomore, batted .437 with 11 doubles, two triples, two home runs and 27 RBI... named first team All-Conference and was named an NJCAA Academic All-American...helped lead team to NJCAA Region V Tournament appearance... during freshman season, batted .320 with 10 doubles, two triples, two home runs and hit for the cycle in a game at Vernon College. High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Hebron High School for head coach Steve Stone... as a senior, batted .370 with 12 doubles, two triples, two home runs and 37 RBI with a .995 fielding percentage... named first team All-District 6-5A, team MVP and played in North Texas High School All-Star Game... a 2006 first team All-District selection and tabbed team defensive MVP... helped lead team to 2005 regional semifinals.

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5-9 ● 170 ● LHP/OF ● L/L ● Fr. ● HS Katy, Texas ● Seven Lakes HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● As a senior, named First Team All-District and played in Houston Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game. ● Batted .312 and tallied an 8-3 record with a 1.82 ERA, 76 strikeouts and pitched in 64.0 innings. ● An Academic All-District selection in 2008.

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Personal Son of Mike and Jodi Payne... born January 29, 1989... a biology major at UT Arlington.

High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at Seven Lakes High School for head coach Chad Payne... as a senior, batted .312 with an 8-3 record, 1.82 ERA and 76 strikeouts in 64.0 innings pitched... named first team All-District and was a Houston Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Team participant... led team to a District runner-up finish with a 16-14 overall record... as a junior, batted .333 with a 7-3 record and a 1.78 ERA... named first team All-District 24-4A and tabbed Academic All-District... led team to a Bi-District championship and third-place finish at the state tournament... as a sophomore, batted .300 with three home runs and recorded a 4-2 record on the mound... selected second team All-District. Personal Son of James and Teri Pinchback... born January 13, 1991... a finance major at UT Arlington.

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6-0 ● 170 ● LHP ● L/L ● RS So. ● TR Fort Worth, Texas ● CF Brewer HS Weatherford College

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Began collegiate career at Cisco JC where he redshirted and received Team’s Blue-Collar Academic Award. ● Made 17 appearances with 20.2 innings pitched and a 2-3 record with a 4.79 ERA in 2009. ● Batted .315 with two home runs in senior year of HS.

Weatherford College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing one season at Weatherford College for head coach Jeff Lightfoot... helped lead team to third-place finish in conference and to 23-20 overall record... made 17 appearances with 20.2 innings pitched, a 4.79 ERA and a 2-3 record... recorded wins against Temple and North Central Texas College... struck out a season-high five batters against Midland (4/13).

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Cisco Junior College Redshirted... received Blue-Collar Academic Award. High School A three-year varsity letterwinner at CF Brewer High School for head coach Tim Harkrider... as a senior, batted .315 with two home runs and was used as a starter and relief pitcher... during junior season, helped lead team to a 20-10 overall record and to a second-place district finish. Personal Son of Bruce and Shonda Pritchard and Rhonda and Greg Hagerman... born August 3, 1989... an undeclared major at UT Arlington.

Brody WALKER

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6-3 ● 205 ● LHP ● L/L ● Fr. ● HS Waco, Texas ● Midway HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● 2009 District 16 4A Pitcher of the Year and 2007 District 22 2A Newcomer of the Year. ● As a senior, went 6-0 with a 0.43 ERA with 55 strikeouts while being named First Team Super Centex. ● High School teammate with UTA RHP/INF Sam Hansen.

High School A four-year varsity letterwinner at Midway High School for head coach Tom Gladney... as a senior, went 6-0 with a 0.43 ERA and 55 strikeouts... named first team All-District and first team Super Centex... tabbed District 16 4A Pitcher of the Year... helped lead team to a 23-5 overall record and to a Max Prep No. 30 ranking in the state of Texas... as a junior, tallied a 4-1 record with 27 strikeouts and a 1.87 ERA... in 2007, named Super Centex and District 22 2A Newcomer of the Year... went 10-2 with 100 strikeouts and a 0.46 ERA. Personal Son of Vivian Walker... born May 4, 1991... an undeclared major at UT Arlington.

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David WALSH

6-0 ● 185 ● OF ● L/L ● Fr. ● HS Coppell, Texas ● Coppell HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● One of 12 players from summer program (Dallas Tigers) to sign early with an NCAA D-I program. ● Batted .310 with 5 3B, 22 SB and 30 RBI in 2009. ● Helped lead Coppell HS to back-to-back District 6-5A Championships in 2008-2009.

High School A two-year varsity letterwinner at Coppell High School for head coach Don English... as a senior, batted .310 with five triples, 30 RBI and 22 stolen bases... hit .357 with eight stolen bases as a junior... named 6-5A All-District following 2008 season... helped team to back-to-back District 6-5A championships... one of 12 players from summer program Dallas Tigers to sign with an NCAA Division I program (early signing period). Personal Son of Michael and Katherine Walsh... brother, Chris, played baseball at Abilene Christian, brother, Anthony, played baseball at Oral Roberts, twin brother, Jonathan, is currently a freshman baseball player at Texas, father, Michael, played football at Nebraska-Kearney, grandfather, Julio Henriquez, played baseball in the Brooklyn Dodgers organization... born November 14, 1990... an undeclared major at UT Arlington.

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5-11 ● 190 ● RHP ● R/R ● Jr. ● TR Groesbeck, Texas ● Groesbeck HS Hill JC

● Named District MVP during senior season in high school. ● Guided Groesbeck HS to school-record 26-4 overall record during senior season.

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Cody WILSON

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ● Helped lead Texarkana to Regional Tournament during freshman season with 4-1 record and 2.35 ERA.

Hill Junior College Transferred to UT Arlington after playing one season at Hill Junior College for head coach Chris Ratieke... went 3-2 with a 2.40 ERA in 40 innings with 40 strikeouts... named to Academic Honor Roll during both semesters. Texarkana College Began collegiate career playing one season at Texarkana College for head coach Will Bolt... tallied a 4-1 record with a 2.35 ERA in 42.1 innings with 44 strikeouts helping Texarkana to the regional tournament with a 38-17 record... earned Academic Honor Roll recognition both semesters. High School A four-year varsity letterwinner at Groesbeck High School for head coach Kyle Kilman... a three-time All-District selection and named to Super Centex team during freshman, sophomore and senior seasons... sat out junior season due to injury... went 4-0 with a 1.80 ERA and 63 strikeouts (18 walks) in 44 innings during senior season in 2007... also batted .330 with five home runs, eight doubles, five triples and 40 RBI during season while earning first team All-District (SS/P)... named District Most Valuable Player as a sophomore going 8-1 with a 1.70 ERA with 85 strikeouts in 72 innings in 2005... tabbed second team All-District as a freshman... led team to a school-record 26-4 record during senior season... also lettered three years in football and four in basketball... earned All-District and Super Centex recognition in both sports, including being named District MVP and second team All-State as quarterback during senior season. Personal Son of Richy and Wendie Wilson... born August 4, 1988... a history/education major at UT Arlington.

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MISSOURI STATE

OKLAHOMA

Feb. 19 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 3:00 p.m. Feb. 20 at Dallas, Texas ● 1:00 p.m. (DH) May 4 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m.

Feb. 26 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 3:00 p.m. Feb. 27 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 2:00 p.m. Feb. 28 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

Mar. 2 at Norman, Okla. ● 3:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: _____________________________ Dallas, Texas Colors: ____________________ Red, White and Navy Blue Nickname: ________________________________ Patriots Enrollment: _________________________________ 5,400 National Affiliation (Conference): __ NCAA D-I (Independent) President: ___________________________ Dr. Gary Cook Director of Athletics:_____________________ Ryan Erwin Home Field (capacity): _____________Patriot Field (1,500) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 393 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: __________________________ Springfield, Mo. Colors: __________________________ Maroon and White Nickname: __________________________________ Bears Enrollment: ________________________________ 22,938 National Affiliation (Conference): __NCAA D-I (Missouri Valley) President: _____________________ Dr. Michael T. Nietzel Director of Athletics:______________________Kyle Moats Home Field (capacity): _________ Hammons Field (8,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 315 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: ____________________________Norman, Okla. Colors: _________________________ Crimson and Cream Nickname: ________________________________ Sooners Enrollment: ________________________________ 30,092 National Affiliation (Conference): _____ NCAA D-I (Big 12) President: ____________________________ David Boren VP/Director of Athletics: _______________ Joe Castiglione Home Field (capacity): ______ L. Dale Mitchell Park (2,700) Field Dimensions: _____________ 335 LF - 411 CF - 335 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Patriots Baseball Head Coach: __________________________ Dan Heefner Career Record (Yrs.): __________________ 75-36 (3 years) Record at School (Yrs): ________________ 75-36 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: ________ Travis Wyckoff, Nate Frieling Volunteer Coach/Dir. of Ops: __ Brad Welker/Josh Jackson 2009 Record: ________________________________ 38-17 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ____________N/A (N/A) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ___________________ N/A Top Returner: __________ Ryan Enos (.376, 17 HR, 56 RBI)

Bears Baseball Head Coach: __________________________ Keith Guttin Career Record (Yrs.): _______________ 938-573 (27 years) Record at School (Yrs): _____________ 938-573 (27 years) Assistant Coaches: __ Brent Thomas, Paul Evans, Jon Ubbenga 2009 Record: ________________________________ 34-20 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ____________ 17-5 (1st) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ___________________ 17/9 Top Returner: __ Aaron Meade (9-1, 3.39 ERA, 89 K/31 BB)

Sooners Baseball Head Coach: _______________________ Sunny Golloway Career Record (Yrs.): _______________ 505-254 (12 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 170-98-1 (5 years) Assistant Coaches: _____________ Tim Tadlock, Mike Bell Volunteer Coach/Dir. of Ops: __ Russell Raley/Ryan Gaines 2009 Record: ________________________________ 43-20 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 17-10 (2nd) Postseason Finish: _______ NCAA Norman Regional (2-2) Final Ranking: _______________________________ No. 9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 17/15 Top Returner: ___ Ryan Duke (16 saves, 3.22 ERA, 43 K/12 BB)

Series Information Series Record: _______________UT Arlington leads, 27-26 Last Meeting: _________ March 8, 2008 (Arlington, Texas) March 8, 2008 ________________ Dallas Baptist, 7-1

Series Information Series Record: _________________UT Arlington leads, 6-5 Last Meeting: ______ February 23, 2008 (Arlington, Texas) February 23, 2008____________ Missouri State, 9-6

Series Information Series Record: __________________Oklahoma leads, 17-9 Last Meeting: ___________ May 5, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) May 5, 2009 _________________ UT Arlington, 8-5

Current Streak: _____________________ 4, Dallas Baptist

Current Streak: _____________________ 1, Missouri State

Current Streak: ______________________ 1, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ________________________ Tyler Knox Office Phone: _______________________ (214) 333-5349 Cell Phone: _________________________ (817) 914-4445 Office Fax: __________________________ (214) 333-5306 E-mail: _____________________________ tyler@dbu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (214) 333-5541 Website: ____________________ www.dbu.edu/athletics

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _____________________ Ben Adamson Office Phone: _______________________ (417) 836-4584 Cell Phone: _________________________ (405) 742-7585 Office Fax: __________________________ (417) 836-4868 E-mail: ______________ benadamson@missouristate.edu Press Box: __________________ (417) 863-0395 ext. 3070 Website: _______________ www.missouristatebears.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ______________________ Craig Moran Office Phone: _______________________ (405) 325-8231 Cell Phone: _________________________ (405) 249-8264 Office Fax: __________________________ (405) 325-7623 E-mail: ____________________________ cmoran@ou.edu Press Box: __________________________ (405) 325-8363 Website: ___________________ www.SoonerSports.com

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Mar. 4 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Mar. 5 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Mar. 6 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

Mar. 9 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Mar. 30 at Fort Worth, Texas ● 6:30 p.m.

Mar. 10 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 3:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: ______________________________ Provo, Utah Colors: _____________________________ Blue and White Nickname: ________________________________Cougars Enrollment: ________________________________ 33,278 National Affiliation (Conference): _NCAA D-I (Mountain West) President: _______________________ Cecil O. Samuelson Director of Athletics:____________________ Tom Holmoe Home Field (capacity): _______Larry H. Miller Field (2,300) Field Dimensions: _____________ 345 LF - 400 CF - 345 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _________________________ Fort Worth, Texas Colors: ___________________________ Purple and White Nickname: ___________________________ Horned Frogs Enrollment: _________________________________ 8,749 National Affiliation (Conference): _ NCAA D-I (Mountain West) Chancellor: ___________________ Dr. Victor J. Boschini Jr. Director of Athletics:__________________Chris Del Conte Home Field (capacity): _ Lupton Stadium & Williams-Reilly Field (3,500) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _____________________________ Omaha, Neb. Colors: _____________________________ Blue and White Nickname: ________________________________Bluejays Enrollment: _________________________________ 7,385 National Affiliation (Conference): __NCAA D-I (Missouri Valley) President: __________________ Rev. John P. Schlegel, S.J. Director of Athletics:________________ Bruce Rasmussen Home Field (capacity): ______ CU Sports Complex (1,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: ____ Artificial Turf Outfield/FieldTurf Infield

Cougars Baseball Head Coach: ____________________________ Vance Law Career Record (Yrs.): ______________ 317-263-2 (10 years) Record at School (Yrs): ____________ 317-263-2 (10 years) Assistant Coaches: _____ Ryan Roberts, Bobby Applegate 2009 Record: ________________________________ 30-24 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ___________ 14-8 (3rd) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 22/14 Top Returner: ____________ Alex Wolfe (.310, 1 HR, 7 RBI)

Horned Frogs Baseball Head Coach: ______________________ Jim Schlossnagle Career Record (Yrs.): ________________ 328-167 (8 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 251-120 (5 years) Assistant Coaches: ________ Todd Whitting, Randy Mazey Volunteer Coach/Dir. of Ops: __Ryan Shotzberger/Meredith Montgomery 2009 Record: ________________________________ 40-18 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ____________ 15-5 (1st) Postseason Finish: ____NCAA Austin Super Regional (1-2) Final Ranking: ______________________________ No. 11 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ___________________ 18/9 Top Returner: _______ Bryan Holaday (.300, 10 HR, 48 RBI)

Bluejays Baseball Head Coach: ____________________________ Ed Servais Career Record (Yrs.): ______________ 409-206-1 (15 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 227-124 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: ___________ Rob Smith, Brent Alwine Volunteer Coach: _______________ Brandon Tormoehlen 2009 Record: ________________________________ 31-25 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ___________ 14-9 (4th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 22/14 Top Returner: __________ Robbie Knight (.344, 2 HR, 41 RBI)

Series Information Series Record: _________ 2010 will mark the first meeting

Series Information Series Record: ____________________ TCU leads, 86-53-1 Last Meeting: _________ April 1, 2009 (Fort Worth, Texas) March 3, 2009 _______________________TCU, 11-3 April 1, 2009 _________________________TCU, 2-1

Series Information Series Record: ____________________________ Tied, 2-2 Last Meeting: ____________ May 22, 1992 (Austin, Texas) May 22, 1992 __________________Creighton, 11-6

Current Streak: ____________________________ 12, TCU

Current Streak: ________________________ 1, Creighton

Media Relations Baseball Contact: __________________ Brandie Davidson Office Phone: _______________________ (817) 257-7969 Cell Phone: _________________________ (817) 343-2050 Office Fax: __________________________ (817) 257-7964 E-mail: ________________________ b.i.davidson@tcu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (817) 257-7966 Website: ________________________ www.gofrogs.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _______________________ Matt Marek Office Phone: _______________________ (402) 280-5801 Cell Phone: _________________________ (218) 791-8614 Office Fax: __________________________ (402) 280-2495 E-mail: ___________________ mattmarek@creighton.edu Press Box: __________________________ (402) 280-2787 Website: ____________________ www.gocreighton.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ______________________ Ralph Zobell Office Phone: _______________________ (801) 422-9769 Cell Phone: _________________________ (801) 367-3554 Office Fax: __________________________ (801) 422-0633 E-mail: _______________________ ralph_zobell@byu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (801) 378-4041 Website: ____________________ www.BYUCougars.com

Vance Law

Alex Wolfe

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Jim Schlossnagle

Bryan Holaday

Ed Servais

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BYU

Robbie Knight

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The University of Texas at Arlington SAM HOUSTON STATE

OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN

UTSA

Mar. 12 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Mar. 13 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 2:00 p.m. Mar. 14 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

Mar. 16 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Mar. 17 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 3:00 p.m.

Mar. 19 at San Antonio, Texas ● 6:00 p.m. Mar. 20 at San Antonio, Texas ● 2:00 p.m. Mar. 21 at San Antonio, Texas ● 1:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: __________________________ Huntsville, Texas Colors: __________________________ Orange and White Nickname: _______________________________ Bearkats Enrollment: ________________________________ 16,800 National Affiliation (Conference): __NCAA D-I (Southland) President: _________________________ Dr. Jim Gaertner Director of Athletics:__________________ Bobby Williams Home Field (capacity): ____ Don Sanders Stadium (1,463) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: ___________________________ Edmond, Okla. Colors: ____________ Maroon, Silver, Black, Tan and White Nickname: _________________________________ Eagles Enrollment: _________________________________ 2,172 National Affiliation (Conference): ___ NAIA (Sooner Athletic) President: __________________________ Dr. Mike O’Neal Director of Athletics:______________________Curtis Janz Home Field (capacity): _____________ Dobson Field (250) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: ________________________ San Antonio, Texas Colors: _________________ Orange, Navy Blue and White Nickname: ____________________________ Roadrunners Enrollment: ________________________________ 29,133 National Affiliation (Conference): __NCAA D-I (Southland) President: ________________________ Dr. Ricardo Romo Director of Athletics:____________________ Lynn Hickey Home Field (capacity): __________Roadrunner Field (800) Field Dimensions: _____________ 335 LF - 405 CF - 340 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Bearkats Baseball Head Coach: _________________________ Mark Johnson Career Record (Yrs.): ______________ 989-504-3 (24 years) Record at School (Yrs): _______________ 113-75 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: _______ Jim Blair, Chris Berry, Tim Gray 2009 Record: ________________________________ 36-24 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 18-14 (7th) Postseason Finish: _______ NCAA Houston Regional (0-2) Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 11/13 Top Returner: ______Braeden Riley (.387, 111 Hits, 39 RBI)

Eagles Baseball Head Coach: __________________________ Chuck White Career Record (Yrs.): __________________ 33-53 (2 years) Record at School (Yrs): ________________ 33-53 (2 years) Assistant Coaches: ___________Jared Smith, Aaron White 2009 Record: ________________________________ 19-26 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 10-18 (8th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ___________________ N/A Top Returner: __________Jordan Price (.349, 7 HR, 26 RBI)

Roadrunners Baseball Head Coach: ______________________ Sherman Corbett Career Record (Yrs.): ________________ 282-237 (9 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 282-237 (9 years) Assistant Coaches: _________Jason Marshall, Brett Lawler 2009 Record: ________________________________ 32-24 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 20-12 (3rd) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 17/11 Top Returner: ________ Ryan Hutson (.343, 17 HR, 43 RBI)

Series Information Series Record: _________ Sam Houston State leads, 47-41 Last Meeting: _________ March 8, 2009 (Huntsville, Texas) March 6, 2009 ___________ Sam Houston State, 8-2 March 7, 2009 ___________ Sam Houston State, 7-5 March 8, 2009 ___________ Sam Houston State, 7-5 Current Streak: _________________ 3, Sam Houston State

Series Information Series Record: _________ 2010 will mark the first meeting

Series Information Series Record: _______________UT Arlington leads, 35-26 Last Meeting: ________ March 15, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) March 14, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 5-3 March 15, 2009 ______________________UTSA, 3-2 March 15, 2009 ____________ UT Arlington, 3-2 (10) Current Streak: ______________________ 1, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ______________________ Paul Ridings Office Phone: _______________________ (936) 294-1764 Cell Phone: __________________________________ N/A Office Fax: __________________________ (936) 294-3538 E-mail: ___________________________ ridings@shsu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (936) 294-4132 Website: _____________________ www.gobearkats.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _____________________ Josh Wayland Office Phone: _______________________ (405) 425-5363 Cell Phone: _________________________ (913) 481-8620 Office Fax: __________________________ (405) 425-5351 E-mail: _____________________ joshua.wayland@oc.edu Press Box: ___________________________________ N/A Website: _______________________ www.oceagles.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ___________________Brian Hernandez Office Phone: _______________________ (210) 458-4907 Cell Phone: __________________________________ N/A Office Fax: __________________________ (210) 458-4569 E-mail: __________________ brian.hernandez1@utsa.edu Press Box: __________________________ (210) 458-4612 Website: ________________________ www.goUTSA.com

Mark Johnson

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Braeden Riley

Chuck White

Jordan Price

Sherman Corbett

Ryan Hutson

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The University of Texas at Arlington NORTHWESTERN STATE

NICHOLLS

Mar. 23 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m.

Mar. 26 at Natchitoches, La. ● 6:30 p.m. Mar. 27 at Natchitoches, La. ● 2:00 p.m. Mar. 28 at Natchitoches, La. ● 1:00 p.m.

Apr. 1 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Apr. 2 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Apr. 3 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: ______________________________ Monroe, La. Colors: ___________________________ Maroon and Gold Nickname: ______________________________ Warhawks Enrollment: _________________________________ 9,004 National Affiliation (Conference): ______ NCAA D-I (Sun Belt) President: _____________________Dr. James E. Coffer, Sr. Director of Athletics:____________________ Bobby Staub Home Field (capacity): __________ Warhawk Field (1,800) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _________________________ Natchitoches, La. Colors: _____________Purple and White with Orange trim Nickname: ________________________________Demons Enrollment: _________________________________ 9,247 National Affiliation (Conference): ____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: _______________________ Dr. Randall J. Webb Director of Athletics:_____________________ Greg Burke Home Field (capacity): _______Brown Stroud Field (1,200) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 405 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: ___________________________ Thibodaux, La. Colors: ______________________________ Red and Gray Nickname: _______________________________ Colonels Enrollment: _________________________________ 6,800 National Affiliation (Conference): __ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: ______________________ Dr. Stephen Hulbert Director of Athletics:____________________Rob Bernardi Home Field (capacity): ________ Ray E. Didier Field (1,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Warhawks Baseball Head Coach: _______________________ Jeff Schexnaider Career Record (Yrs.): __________________ 95-79 (3 years) Record at School (Yrs): ________________ 95-79 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: _________ Lantz Wheeler, Cory Barton Assistant Coach: _______________________ Jared Harrell 2009 Record: ________________________________ 32-27 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 12-17 (7th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 19/13 Top Returner: ___ Boomer Blanchard (.351, 12 HR, 38 RBI)

Demons Baseball Head Coach: _____________________________ J.P. Davis Career Record (Yrs.): __________________ 54-54 (2 years) Record at School (Yrs): ________________ 54-54 (2 years) Assistant Coaches: ________ Jeff McCannon, Philip Miller Assistant Coach: ______________________ Mike Jaworski 2009 Record: ________________________________ 26-26 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 18-13 (6th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 16/12 Top Returner: _________ Chase Lyles (.362, 14 HR, 47 RBI)

Colonels Baseball Head Coach: _________________________ Chip Durham Career Record (Yrs.): _________________ 52-161 (4 years) Record at School (Yrs): _______________ 52-161 (4 years) Assistant Coaches: ______ Seth Thibodeaux, Chris Prothro Assistant Coach: _____________________ Stephen Tharp 2009 Record: ________________________________ 19-32 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 9-23 (11th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 18/12 Top Returner: __Jarret Dunnam (3-8, 3.80 ERA, 45 K/34 BB))

Series Information Series Record: __________ Louisiana-Monroe leads, 21-13 Last Meeting: ________ March 10, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) March 10, 2009 __________ Louisiana-Monroe, 15-9

Current Streak: __________________1, Louisiana-Monroe

Series Information Series Record: __________________________ Tied, 38-38 Last Meeting: ________ March 22, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) March 20, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 5-0 March 21, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 4-2 March 22, 2009 ______________ UT Arlington, 16-0 Current Streak: ______________________ 4, UT Arlington

Series Information Series Record: _______________UT Arlington leads, 33-23 Last Meeting: _________ March 29, 2009 (Thibodaux, La.) March 28, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 6-5 March 28, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 7-2 March 29, 2009 ____________ UT Arlington, 6-5 (10) Current Streak: ______________________ 3, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _________________ Adam Prendergast Office Phone: _______________________ (318) 342-5463 Cell Phone: _________________________ (318) 953-4234 Office Fax: __________________________ (318) 342-5464 E-mail: _______________________ prendergast@ulm.edu Press Box: __________________________ (318) 342-5476 Website: ___________________ www.ulmwarhawks.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _________________ Matthew Bonnette Office Phone: _______________________ (318) 357-6467 Cell Phone: _________________________ (318) 663-5701 Office Fax: __________________________ (318) 357-4515 E-mail: _______________________bonnettem@nsula.edu Press Box: __________________________ (318) 357-4606 Website: _____________________ www.nsudemons.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _________________ Charlie Gillingham Office Phone: _______________________ (985) 448-4281 Cell Phone: _________________________ (985) 228-3843 Office Fax: __________________________ (985) 448-4490 E-mail: _______________ charlie.gillingham@nicholls.edu Press Box: __________________________ (985) 448-4834 Website: __________________ www.GeauxColonels.com

Jeff Schexnaider

Boomer Blanchard

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J.P. Davis

Chase Lyles

Chip Durham

2010 Maverick Baseball

LOUISIANA-MONROE

Jarret Dunnam

75

2010 Maverick Baseball

The University of Texas at Arlington ORAL ROBERTS

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

BAYLOR

Apr. 6 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m.

Apr. 9 at Hammond, La. ● 6:00 p.m. Apr. 10 at Hammond, La. ● 2:00 p.m. Apr. 11 at Hammond, La. ● 1:00 p.m.

Apr. 13 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Apr. 14 at Waco, Texas ● 6:30 p.m.

University Facts Location: ______________________________ Tulsa, Okla. Colors: ______________ Navy Blue, Vegas Gold and White Nickname: ___________________________Golden Eagles Enrollment: _________________________________ 3,100 National Affiliation (Conference):__NCAA D-I (The Summit League) President: _________________________Dr. Mark Rutland Director of Athletics:_____________________ Mike Carter Home Field (capacity): _____ J.L. Johnson Stadium (2,418) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: ___________________________ Hammond, La. Colors: ____________________________ Green and Gold Nickname: __________________________________ Lions Enrollment: ________________________________ 15,500 National Affiliation (Conference): _____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: _________________________ Dr. John L. Crain Director of Athletics:_____________________ Bart Bellairs Home Field (capacity): _Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field (2,500) Field Dimensions: _____________ 320 LF - 400 CF - 320 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: ______________________________Waco, Texas Colors: ____________________________ Green and Gold Nickname: __________________________________ Bears Enrollment: ________________________________ 14,614 National Affiliation (Conference): _______ NCAA D-I (Big 12) Interim President: ________________ Dr. David E. Garland Director of Athletics:_____________________ Ian McCaw Home Field (capacity): __ Baylor Ballpark at Ferrell Field (5,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Golden Eagles Baseball Head Coach: ___________________________ Rob Walton Career Record (Yrs.): _________________ 254-97 (6 years) Record at School (Yrs): _______________ 254-97 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: ____________ Ryan Folmar, Ryan Neill Assistant Coach: _________________________ Wes Davis 2009 Record: ________________________________ 33-15 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ____________ 16-2 (1st) Postseason Finish: _________NCAA Tempe Regional (2-2) Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 14/11 Top Returner: ______ Seth Furmanek (.333, 17 HR, 63 RBI)

Lions Baseball Head Coach: __________________________ Jay Artigues Career Record (Yrs.): ________________ 126-102 (4 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 126-102 (4 years) Assistant Coaches: ______________ Justin Hill, Matt Riser Volunteer Assistant: _____________________ Justin Cryer 2009 Record: ________________________________ 37-22 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 21-12 (2nd) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ___________________ 15/8 Top Returner: ____ Chris Franklin (5-2, 2.60 ERA, 12 Saves)

Bears Baseball Head Coach: ___________________________Steve Smith Career Record (Yrs.): ______________ 552-363-1 (15 years) Record at School (Yrs): ____________ 552-363-1 (15 years) Assistant Coaches: __Mitch Thompson, Steve Johnigan, Trevor Mote Director of Ops:______________________ Andrew Junior 2009 Record: ________________________________ 30-26 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 10-16 (8th) Postseason Finish: ___ NCAA Baton Rouge Regional (1-2) Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 18/10 Top Returner: _Shawn Tolleson (1-2, 4.50 ERA, 41 K/29 BB)

Series Information Series Record: _______________ Oral Roberts leads, 19-37 Last Meeting: ______________ April 7, 2009 (Tulsa, Okla.) April 7, 2009 ______________ Oral Roberts, 9-7 (10)

Series Information Series Record: ____________________ Baylor leads, 74-29 Last Meeting: _____________April 15, 2009 (Waco, Texas) April 13, 2009 ________________ UT Arlington, 5-4 April 14, 2009 _____________________ Baylor, 10-7

Current Streak: ______________________ 4, Oral Roberts

Series Information Series Record: _______________UT Arlington leads, 19-17 Last Meeting: __________ April 5, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) April 3, 2009 _________Southeastern Louisiana, 8-6 April 4, 2009 _________Southeastern Louisiana, 1-0 April 5, 2009 _________________ UT Arlington, 9-0 Current Streak: ______________________ 1, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ________________________ Cris Belvin Office Phone: _______________________ (918) 495-7181 Cell Phone: _________________________ (918) 625-2152 Office Fax: __________________________ (918) 495-7142 E-mail: ____________________________cbelvin@oru.edu Press Box: __________________________ (918) 495-7165 Website: _________________www.orugoldeneagles.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ______________________Matt Sullivan Office Phone: _______________________ (985) 549-3774 Cell Phone: _________________________ (985) 981-0009 Office Fax: __________________________ (985) 549-3773 E-mail: __________________________ rsullivan@selu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (985) 549-2431 Website: ___________________________ www.selus.edu

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _______________________ David Kaye Office Phone: _______________________ (254) 710-4389 Cell Phone: _________________________ (254) 709-5147 Office Fax: __________________________ (254) 710-1369 E-mail: _____________________ David_Kaye@baylor.edu Press Box: __________________________ (254) 754-5546 Website: _____________________ www.BaylorBears.com

Rob Walton

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Seth Furmanek

Jay Artigues

Chris Franklin

Current Streak: ___________________________ 1, Baylor

Steve Smith

Shawn Tolleson

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The University of Texas at Arlington TEXAS

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Apr. 16 at Lake Charles, La. ● 6:30 p.m. Apr. 17 at Lake Charles, La. ● 3:00 p.m. Apr. 18 at Lake Charles, La. ● 1:00 p.m.

Apr. 20 at Austin, Texas ● 6:05 p.m.

Apr. 23 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. Apr. 24 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 2:00 p.m. Apr. 25 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: __________________________ Lake Charles, La. Colors: ______________________________ Blue and Gold Nickname: _______________________________ Cowboys Enrollment: _________________________________ 8,645 National Affiliation (Conference): ____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: _______________________ Dr. Robert Herbert Director of Athletics:_______________Tommy McClelland Home Field (capacity): _______ Cowboy Diamond (2,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _____________________________ Austin, Texas Colors: _____________________ Burnt Orange and White Nickname: ______________________________Longhorns Enrollment: ________________________________ 50,170 National Affiliation (Conference): _____ NCAA D-I (Big 12) President: ______________________ William C. Powers Jr. Director of Athletics:___________________DeLoss Dodds Home Field (capacity): ____ UFCU Disch-Falk Field (6,649) Field Dimensions: _____________ 340 LF - 400 CF - 325 RF Field Surface: ____________________________ FieldTurf

University Facts Location: _____________________________ Conway, Ark. Colors: ____________________________ Purple and Gray Nickname: __________________________________ Bears Enrollment: ________________________________ 11,783 National Affiliation (Conference): _____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: ______________________ Dr. Allen C. Meadors Director of Athletics:__________________Dr. Brad Teague Home Field (capacity): ___________ Bear Stadium (1,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 320 LF - 400 CF - 320 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Cowboys Baseball Head Coach: _________________________ Terry Burrows Career Record (Yrs.): __________________ 33-67 (2 years) Record at School (Yrs): ________________ 33-67 (2 years) Assistant Coaches: ________ Bubbs Merrill, Clay Van Hook 2009 Record: ________________________________ 21-30 2009 Conference Record (Finish): _________ 10-22 (10th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 23/10 Top Returner: _____________ Lee Orr (.301, 15 HR, 57 RBI)

Longhorns Baseball Head Coach: _________________________ Augie Garrido Career Record (Yrs.): ____________ 1,718-793-9 (41 years) Record at School (Yrs): ____________ 567-269-2 (13 years) Assistant Coaches: ______ Tommy Harmon, Skip Johnson Volunteer Coach/Dir. of Ops: ___Tommy Nicholson/Drew Bishop 2009 Record: ______________________________ 50-16-1 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 17-9-1 (1st) Postseason Finish: __ NCAA World Series Runner-Up (4-2) Final Ranking: _______________________________ No. 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ___________________ 19/8 Top Returner: ___ Taylor Jungmann (11-3, 2.00 ERA, 101 K/35 BB)

Bears Baseball Head Coach: ___________________________ Doug Clark Career Record (Yrs.): _______________ 190-178-1 (7 years) Record at School (Yrs): _____________ 190-178-1 (7 years) Assistant Coaches: ______ Wes Johnson, Ronnie Goodwin Volunteer Coach: ____________________ Roger Mallison 2009 Record: ________________________________ 22-30 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 10-21 (9th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 21/12 Top Returner: _______ Bobby Pritchett (.327, 2 HR, 18 RBI)

Series Information Series Record: _______________UT Arlington leads, 56-55 Last Meeting: _________ April 11, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) May 9, 2009 ______________ UT Arlington, 8-7 (10) May 10, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 18-8 May 11, 2009 ___________ McNeese State, 2-1 (10) Current Streak: ____________________ 1, McNeese State

Series Information Series Record: _____________________Texas leads, 53-16 Last Meeting: _________February 24, 2009 (Austin, Texas) February 24, 2009________________ Texas, 4-3 (10)

Current Streak: ____________________________ 1, Texas

Series Information Series Record: _________________UT Arlington leads, 3-0 Last Meeting: ____________ April 19, 2009 (Conway, Ark.) April 17, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 11-2 April 18, 2009 ________________ UT Arlington, 8-6 April 19, 2009 ___________ UT Arlington, 11-10 (10) Current Streak: ______________________ 3, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ____________________ Louis Bonnette Office Phone: _______________________ (337) 475-5207 Cell Phone: _________________________ (337) 802-7127 Office Fax: __________________________ (337) 475-5202 E-mail: _____________________lbonnette@mcneese.edu Press Box: __________________________ (337) 475-8007 Website: __________________ www.mcneesesports.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ______________________ Thomas Dick Office Phone: _______________________ (512) 471-6039 Cell Phone: _________________________ (512) 748-9314 Office Fax: __________________________ (512) 471-6040 E-mail: _____________ thomas.dick@athletics.utexas.edu Press Box: __________________________ (512) 471-1146 Website: _____________________ www.TexasSports.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ________________________ Steve East Office Phone: _______________________ (501) 450-5743 Cell Phone: __________________________________ N/A Office Fax: __________________________ (501) 450-5740 E-mail: _____________________________ seast@uca.edu Press Box: __________________________ (501) 450-5972 Website: _______________________www.ucasports.com

Terry Burrows

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Lee Orr

Augie Garrido

Taylor Jungmann

Doug Clark

2010 Maverick Baseball

McNEESE STATE

Bobby Pritchett

77

2010 Maverick Baseball

The University of Texas at Arlington OKLAHOMA STATE

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

Apr. 27 at Stillwater, Okla. ● 6:30 p.m.

Apr. 30 at Corpus Christi, Texas ● 2:00 p.m. May 1 at Corpus Christi, Texas ● 2:00 p.m. May 2 at Corpus Christi, Texas ● 1:00 p.m.

May 7 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. May 8 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 2:00 p.m. May 9 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: ___________________________ Stillwater, Okla. Colors: ___________________________ Orange and Black Nickname: _______________________________ Cowboys Enrollment: ________________________________ 33,464 National Affiliation (Conference): ________NCAA D-I (Big 12) President: ____________________________ Burns Hargis VP for Athletic Programs: ________________ Mike Holder Home Field (capacity): __ Allie P. Reynolds Stadium (4,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 398 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _______________________Corpus Christi, Texas Colors: _____________________________ Blue and Green Nickname: _______________________________ Islanders Enrollment: _________________________________ 8,600 National Affiliation (Conference): ____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: ______________________ Dr. Flavius Killebrew Director of Athletics:__________________ Tim Fitzpatrick Home Field (capacity): ___________ Chapman Field (500) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 404 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _______________________ Nacogdoches, Texas Colors: ________________Purple and White with Red trim Nickname: ____________________________ Lumberjacks Enrollment: ________________________________ 11,607 National Affiliation (Conference): ____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: __________________________Dr. Baker Patillo Director of Athletics:______________________Robert Hill Home Field (capacity): ____________ Jaycees Field (1,000) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Cowboys Baseball Head Coach: _______________________ Frank Anderson Career Record (Yrs.): ________________ 233-132 (6 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 233-132 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: _____________ Greg Evans, Billy Jones Volunteer Coach: ________________________ Dax Leone 2009 Record: ________________________________ 34-24 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ___________ 9-16 (9th) Postseason Finish: _______ NCAA Clemson Regional (2-2) Final Ranking: ______________________________ No. 27 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 16/12 Top Returner: ______________ Tom Belza (.346, 6 HR, 52 RBI)

Islanders Baseball Head Coach: __________________________Scott Malone Career Record (Yrs.): _________________ 42-71-1 (2 years) Record at School (Yrs): _______________ 42-71-1 (2 years) Assistant Coaches: _________ Chris Ramirez, Marty Smith 2009 Record: ________________________________ 18-38 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 9-24 (12th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 15/18 Top Returner: ________ Jeramie Marek (.335, 2 HR, 20 RBI)

Lumberjacks Baseball Head Coach: ______________________ Johnny Cardenas Career Record (Yrs.): ___________________ 23-32 (1 year) Record at School (Yrs): _________________ 23-32 (1 year) Assistant Coaches: _____Chris Connally, Chad Massengale 2009 Record: ________________________________ 23-32 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 14-18 (8th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 10/12 Top Returner: ___________Ryan Priest (.370, 4 HR, 26 RBI)

Series Information Series Record: _____________ Oklahoma State leads, 5-16 Last Meeting: __________ April 28, 2009 (Stillwater, Okla.) April 28, 2009 ______________ Oklahoma State, 6-2

Series Information Series Record: _______________UT Arlington leads, 26-15 Last Meeting: ______ May 21, 2009 (Corpus Christi, Texas) May 21, 2009 ________________ UT Arlington, 7-4

Current Streak: ___________________ 1, Oklahoma State

Series Information Series Record: ________________UT Arlington leads, 10-6 Last Meeting: ___________ May 3, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) May 1, 2009 _________________ UT Arlington, 4-3 May 2, 2009 ________________ UT Arlington, 10-4 May 3, 2009 ______________ UT Arlington, 14-7 (7) Current Streak: ______________________ 6, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: __________________ Wade McWhorter Office Phone: _______________________ (405) 744-7853 Cell Phone: _________________________ (405) 612-5240 Office Fax: __________________________ (405) 744-7754 E-mail: ________________ wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu Press Box: __________________________ (405) 744-5757 Website: _________________________www.okstate.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ______________________ Aaron Ames Office Phone: _______________________ (361) 825-3410 Cell Phone: _________________________ (361) 793-4393 Office Fax: __________________________ (361) 825-3218 E-mail: _____________________aaron.ames@tamucc.edu Press Box: __________________________ (361) 793-4393 Website: _____________________ www.goislanders.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: ________________________Ben Rikard Office Phone: _______________________ (936) 468-5801 Cell Phone: _________________________ (936) 554-2077 Office Fax: __________________________ (936) 468-4593 E-mail: _______________________rikardbenja@sfasu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (936) 559-8344 Website: ________________________ www.sfajacks.com

Frank Anderson

78

Tom Belza

Scott Malone

Jeramie Marek

Current Streak: ______________________ 1, UT Arlington

Johnny Cardenas

Ryan Priest

www.utamavs.com

The University of Texas at Arlington TEXAS A&M

TEXAS STATE

May 14 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 6:30 p.m. May 15 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 2:00 p.m. May 16 at Clay Gould Ballpark ● 1:00 p.m.

May 18 at College Station ● 6:35 p.m.

May 20 at San Marcos, Texas ● 6:30 p.m. May 21 at San Marcos, Texas ● 6:30 p.m. May 22 at San Marcos, Texas ● 1:00 p.m.

University Facts Location: __________________________Beaumont, Texas Colors: _____________________________ Red and White Nickname: _______________________________ Cardinals Enrollment: ________________________________ 14,000 National Affiliation (Conference): ____ NCAA D-I (Southland) President: ______________________ Dr. Jimmy Simmons Director of Athletics:______________________Billy Tubbs Home Field (capacity): ____ Vincent-Beck Stadium (3,500) Field Dimensions: _____________ 325 LF - 380 CF - 325 RF Field Surface: ___FieldTurf (Infield), Outfield (Natural Grass)

University Facts Location: ______________________College Station, Texas Colors: __________________________ Maroon and White Nickname: _________________________________ Aggies Enrollment: ________________________________ 48,787 National Affiliation (Conference): _______ NCAA D-I (Big 12) Interim President: _________________ Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Director of Athletics:_______________________ Bill Byrne Home Field (capacity): ______C.E. “Pat” Olsen Field (7,053) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 400 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

University Facts Location: _________________________ San Marcos, Texas Colors: ___________________________ Maroon and Gold Nickname: ________________________________ Bobcats Enrollment: ________________________________ 30,806 National Affiliation (Conference): __NCAA D-I (Southland) Chancellor: _____________________ Dr. Denise M. Trauth Director of Athletics:____________________ Dr. Larry Teis Home Field (capacity): __ Bobcat Baseball Stadium (2,400) Field Dimensions: _____________ 330 LF - 405 CF - 330 RF Field Surface: _________________________Natural Grass

Cardinals Baseball Head Coach: ___________________________ Jim Gilligan Career Record (Yrs.): ______________ 1,142-717 (33 years) Record at School (Yrs): ____________ 1,132-707 (32 years) Assistant Coaches: _________Jim Ricklefsen, Scott Hatten Volunteer Coach: ________________________ Matt Gore 2009 Record: ________________________________ 38-20 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 20-13 (4th) Postseason Finish: ___________________________ none Final Ranking: _________________________________ NR Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 15/15 Top Returner: __ Eric Harrington (8-1, 3.01 ERA, 63 K/26 BB)

Aggies Baseball Head Coach: _________________________ Rob Childress Career Record (Yrs.): ________________ 156-92-1 (4 years) Record at School (Yrs): ______________ 156-92-1 (4 years) Assistant Coaches: __Matt Deggs, Justin Seely, Mike Clement Director of Ops:______________________ Jason Hutchins 2009 Record: ________________________________ 37-24 2009 Conference Record (Finish): __________ 14-13 (6th) Postseason Finish: _____ NCAA Fort Worth Regional (1-2) Final Ranking: ______________________________ No. 25 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 17/12 Top Returner: _______ Brodie Greene (.334, 11 HR, 35 RBI)

Bobcats Baseball Head Coach: _________________________ Ty Harrington Career Record (Yrs.): _______________ 337-252 (10 years) Record at School (Yrs): _____________ 337-252 (10 years) Assistant Coaches: ________ Derek Matlock, Jeremy Fikac Volunteer Coach/Dir. of Ops: _ Steven Trout/Andy Barringer 2009 Record: ________________________________ 41-17 2009 Conference Record (Finish): ____________ 24-7 (1st) Postseason Finish: _________ NCAA Austin Regional (0-2) Final Ranking: ______________________________ No. 28 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 19/12 Top Returner: ______ Jason Martinson (.303, 7 HR, 39 RBI)

Series Information Series Record: ____________________ Lamar leads, 70-37 Last Meeting: ______ May 22, 2009 (Corpus Christi, Texas) May 22, 2009 ______________________ Lamar, 4-3

Series Information Series Record: _________________ Texas A&M leads, 21-7 Last Meeting: ___ March 24, 2009 (College Station, Texas) March 24, 2009 ________________ Texas A&M, 11-8

Series Information Series Record: ________________ Texas State leads, 47-32 Last Meeting: __________ May 15, 2009 (Arlington, Texas) May 14, 2009 ______________ Texas State, 8-6 (10) May 15, 2009 _______________ UT Arlington, 14-6

Current Streak: ___________________________ 4, Lamar

Current Streak: ________________________ 1, Texas A&M

Current Streak: _________________ 1, UT Arlington

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _______________________ Rush Wood Office Phone: _______________________ (409) 880-7845 Cell Phone: _________________________ (409) 659-8531 Office Fax: __________________________ (409) 880-2338 E-mail: _______________________ rush.wood@lamar.edu Press Box: __________________________ (409) 880-8327 Website: __________________ www.LamarCardinals.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: _______________________ Matt Simon Office Phone: _______________________ (979) 862-5451 Cell Phone: _________________________ (979) 255-0469 Office Fax: __________________________ (979) 845-6825 E-mail: ____________________ matts@athletics.tamu.edu Press Box: __________________________ (979) 845-2311 Website: ___________________ www.aggieathletics.com

Media Relations Baseball Contact: __________________ Amber Arterberry Office Phone: _______________________ (512) 245-4692 Cell Phone: _________________________ (512) 216-3414 Office Fax: __________________________ (512) 245-2967 E-mail: ___________________________ aa32@txstate.edu Press Box: __________________________ (512) 245-2363 Website: __________________ www.txstatebobcats.com

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Abilene Christian (14-6-0) Apr. 14, 1969 Apr. 14, 1969 Apr. 10, 1970 Apr. 11, 1970 Apr. 11, 1970 Apr. 09, 1971 Apr. 10, 1971 Apr. 10, 1971 Apr. 14, 1972 Apr. 15, 1972 Apr. 15, 1972 Apr. 13, 1973 Arp. 14, 1973 Apr. 14, 1973 Apr. 02, 1974 Apr. 02, 1974 Apr. 23, 1974 Apr. 23, 1974 Mar. 28, 1995 Mar. 28, 1995

H: (9-3-0) A: (5-3-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Abilene, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 2-6 L, 0-9 W, 12-7 L, 3-10 L, 8-9 W, 2-1 W, 5-3 W, 4-2 W, 10-1 W, 5-4 W, 4-3 W, 7-2 W, 7-4 L, 3-10 W, 4-0 W, 8-0 L, 0-2 W, 5-0 W, 4-3 W, 3-2

W, 2-0

Alabama (2-0-0)

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Feb. 28, 2008 Frisco, Texas Mar. 02, 2008 Arlington, Texas

W, 10-9 W, 12-8

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W, 5-3

Arkansas (1-7-0)

Feb. 16, 1997 Feb. 19, 2000 Feb. 17, 2002 Feb. 13, 2005 Feb. 13, 2005 Mar. 01, 2006 Mar. 03, 2006 Mar. 04, 2006

H: (1-4-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-3-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Honolulu, Hawai’i Honolulu, Hawai’i Honolulu, Hawai’i

L, 1-11 W, 8-5 L, 1-7 L, 1-2 L, 1-4 L, 4-12 L, 3-5 L, 1-7

Arkansas-Little Rock (4-1-0) Mar. 03, 1980 Mar. 22, 1988 Feb. 22, 2004 Feb. 02, 2008 Feb. 24, 2008

H: (4-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 5-2 L, 4-8 W, 10-3 L, 5-6 L, 8-9 L, 3-4 L, 4-9 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 L, 8-9 L, 1-2 L, 2-6 L, 3-16 W, 6-3 W, 9-8 W, 9-1 L, 4-6 W, 13-4 W, 10-1 W, 9-6 L, 3-9 W, 5-4

Mar. 20, 1969 Mar. 27, 1969 Mar. 06, 1980 Mar. 06, 1980 Apr. 07, 1980 Apr. 07, 1980

H: (2-0-0) A: (3-1-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Austin, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas

W, 11-0 W, 12-6 W, 15-3 W, 9-0 W, 16-0 L, 8-9

Baylor (29-74-0)

Arizona State (1-0-0)

H: (0-0-0) A: (1-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Jan. 26, 2001 Tempe, Ariz.

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Austin College (5-1-0)

Air Force (1-0-0)

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Feb. 16, 2002 Arlington, Texas

Mar. 03, 1981 Mar. 29, 1982 Mar. 29, 1982 May 01, 1982 May 01, 1982 May 02, 1982 May 02, 1982 Mar. 16, 1985 Mar. 16, 1985 Mar. 17, 1985 Apr. 21, 1986 Apr. 21, 1986 Feb. 20, 1993 Feb. 21, 1993 Feb. 17, 1995 Feb. 16, 1996 Feb. 14, 1998 Feb. 27, 1999 Feb. 17, 2001 Feb. 16, 2003 Feb. 20, 2005 Feb. 20, 2009

W, 10-3 W, 5-4 L, 6-7 W, 1-0 W, 11-1

Arkansas State (35-33-0)

H: (25-14-0) A: (10-19-0) N: (0-0-0) May 03, 1969 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 2-12 May 03, 1969 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 0-2 May 02, 1970 Arlington, Texas L, 5-11 May 02, 1970 Arlington, Texas L, 0-1 May 03, 1970 Arlington, Texas L, 1-3 Apr. 30, 1971 Arlington, Texas L, 1-7 May 01, 1971 Arlington, Texas W, 2-1 May 01, 1971 Arlington, Texas W, 11-2 Mar. 10, 1972 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 2-0 Mar. 11, 1972 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 1-0 Mar. 11, 1972 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 5-0 Mar. 23, 1973 Arlington, Texas L, 2-4 Mar. 24, 1973 Arlington, Texas L, 1-11 Mar. 24, 1973 Arlington, Texas W, 9-8 Apr. 26, 1974 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 1-3 Apr. 26, 1974 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 1-2 Apr. 27, 1974 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 1-2 Apr. 25, 1975 Arlington, Texas L, 1-3 Apr. 25, 1975 Arlington, Texas W, 7-0 Apr. 26, 1975 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Apr. 02, 1976 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 1-3 Apr. 02, 1976 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 6-3 Apr. 03, 1976 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 1-3 Apr. 01, 1977 Arlington, Texas W, 6-0 Apr. 01, 1977 Arlington, Texas L, 2-5 Apr. 02, 1977 Arlington, Texas L, 2-5 Apr. 15, 1978 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 8-9 Apr. 15, 1978 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 13-4 Apr. 16, 1978 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 8-9 Apr. 16, 1978 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 6-0 Apr. 07, 1979 Arlington, Texas W, 7-2 Apr. 07, 1979 Arlington, Texas W, 4-2 Apr. 08, 1979 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Apr. 08, 1979 Arlington, Texas W, 12-5 Mar. 22, 1980 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Mar. 22, 1980 Arlington, Texas W, 16-15 Mar. 24, 1980 Arlington, Texas W, 4-0 Mar. 24, 1980 Arlington, Texas W, 7-1 Apr. 19, 1980 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 8-1 Apr. 19, 1980 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 7-10 Apr. 20, 1980 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 6-0 Apr. 20, 1980 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 9-5 Apr. 05, 1981 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 2-3 Apr. 05, 1981 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 0-4 Apr. 06, 1981 Jonesboro, Ark. W, 7-3 Apr. 06, 1981 Jonesboro, Ark. L, 10-11

H: (17-30-0) A: (12-44-0) N: (0-0-0) Feb. 26, 1973 Arlington, Texas Feb. 26, 1973 Arlington, Texas Mar. 26, 1974 Waco, Texas Mar. 26, 1974 Waco, Texas Feb. 17, 1975 Arlington, Texas Feb. 17, 1975 Arlington, Texas Feb. 18, 1977 Arlington, Texas Feb. 18, 1977 Arlington, Texas Feb. 19, 1977 Waco, Texas Feb. 19, 1977 Waco, Texas Mar. 05, 1979 Waco, Texas Mar. 05, 1979 Waco, Texas Mar. 27, 1979 Arlington, Texas Mar. 27, 1979 Arlington, Texas Feb. 26, 1980 Waco, Texas Feb. 26, 1980 Waco, Texas Apr. 15, 1980 Arlington, Texas Apr. 15, 1980 Arlington, Texas Mar. 24, 1981 Waco, Texas Mar. 24, 1981 Waco, Texas Apr. 14, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 14, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 27, 1982 Arlington, Texas Apr. 27, 1982 Arlington, Texas Mar. 01, 1983 Waco, Texas Mar. 01, 1983 Waco, Texas Mar. 15, 1983 Arlington, Texas Mar. 15, 1983 Arlington, Texas Feb. 21, 1984 Waco, Texas Feb. 21, 1984 Waco, Texas Mar. 13, 1984 Arlington, Texas Mar. 13, 1984 Arlington, Texas Apr. 02, 1985 Arlington, Texas Apr. 02, 1985 Arlington, Texas Apr. 16, 1985 Waco, Texas Apr. 16, 1985 Waco, Texas Mar. 05, 1986 Waco, Texas Mar. 05, 1986 Waco, Texas Apr. 01, 1986 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 1986 Arlington, Texas Mar. 06, 1987 Waco, Texas Mar. 06, 1987 Waco, Texas Feb. 13, 1988 Arlington, Texas Feb. 13, 1988 Arlington, Texas Feb. 15, 1988 Waco, Texas Feb. 15, 1988 Waco, Texas Feb. 24, 1989 Arlington, Texas Feb. 25, 1989 Arlington, Texas Feb. 25, 1989 Arlington, Texas Mar. 03, 1989 Waco, Texas Mar. 03, 1989 Waco, Texas Feb. 23, 1990 Waco, Texas Feb. 24, 1990 Waco, Texas Feb. 24, 1990 Waco, Texas Feb. 26, 1991 Waco, Texas Feb. 26, 1991 Waco, Texas Mar. 01, 1991 Arlington, Texas Mar. 02, 1991 Arlington, Texas Mar. 02, 1991 Arlington, Texas Feb. 18, 1992 Waco, Texas Mar. 26, 1993 Waco, Texas Mar. 27, 1993 Waco, Texas Apr. 13, 1993 Arlington, Texas Feb. 08, 1994 Arlington, Texas Mar. 05, 1994 Arlington, Texas Mar. 22, 1994 Waco, Texas Feb. 21, 1995 Arlington, Texas Apr. 04, 1995 Waco, Texas Feb. 18, 1996 Arlington, Texas

L, 2-3 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-5 L, 5-6 L, 0-4 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 3-7 L, 0-6 L, 2-4 L, 2-6 L, 3-4 L, 8-9 L, 2-17 L, 4-9 W, 2-0 W, 4-3 L, 3-7 W, 5-3 W, 10-9 L, 9-11 L, 3-4 W, 5-3 W, 8-5 W, 1-0 L, 7-10 W, 2-1 L, 5-6 L, 2-7 W, 5-3 W, 8-3 L, 4-15 L, 0-13 L, 0-7 L, 3-6 L, 0-19 L, 0-2 W, 3-2 L, 0-9 L, 3-9 W, 16-8 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 12-8 L, 2-3 L, 1-8 L, 4-5 L, 6-7 L, 5-8 W, 8-6 W, 5-4 L, 2-5 L, 1-13 W, 2-1 L, 0-6 L, 3-8 L, 3-6 L, 1-5 W, 5-4 L, 0-2 L, 5-6 L, 5-8 W, 8-6 L, 1-3 L, 5-14 L, 3-6 L, 6-7 W, 6-2

Mar. 05, 1996 Mar. 05, 1996 Apr. 09, 1996 Mar. 04, 1997 Apr. 09, 1997 Apr. 30, 1997 Feb. 17, 1998 Mar. 17, 1998 Apr. 05, 2000 Feb. 06, 2001 Mar. 07, 2001 Apr. 24, 2001 Apr. 24, 2001 Mar. 13, 2002 Apr. 24, 2002 Apr. 30, 2002 Feb. 18, 2003 Mar. 04, 2003 Apr. 08, 2003 Mar. 09, 2004 Apr. 07, 2004 May 11, 2004 Feb. 15, 2005 Apr. 12, 2005 Apr. 26, 2005 Feb. 14, 2006 Mar. 07, 2006 May 02, 2006 Feb. 27, 2007 Mar. 27, 2007 Apr. 09, 2008 Apr. 29, 2008 Apr. 14, 2009 Apr. 15, 2009

Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Waco, Texas

L, 9-16 L, 7-12 L, 0-5 L, 0-3 L, 3-8 L, 6-11 L, 5-14 L, 1-4 L, 8-9 L, 2-5 W, 7-3 W, 7-6 L, 5-11 L, 7-8 L, 5-7 L, 5-7 L, 2-9 L, 4-7 W, 10-8 W, 5-1 L, 2-13 W, 4-3 W, 9-6 W, 2-0 L, 5-8 L, 4-17 L, 4-9 L, 5-14 L, 7-9 L, 2-10 L, 5-6 L, 4-14 W, 5-4 L, 7-10

Bishop College (6-0-0) Mar. 28, 1972 Mar. 28, 1972 Mar. 27, 1973 Mar. 27, 1973 Feb. 23, 1977 Feb. 23, 1977

H: (4-0-0) A: (2-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 6-0 W, 16-1 W, 5-3 W, 12-3 W, 11-0 W, 7-1

Bradley (1-0-0)

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Mar. 21, 1977 Arlington, Texas

W, 11-10

Briar Cliff (Iowa) (8-1-0) Feb. 22, 1984 Feb. 22, 1984 Feb. 24, 1985 Feb. 24, 1985 Feb. 25, 1985 Feb. 25, 1985 Mar. 06, 1986 Mar. 06, 1986 Mar. 01, 1989

H: (8-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

May 04, 1990 May 04, 1990 May 03, 1991 May 03, 1991 Apr. 07, 1992 Apr. 07, 1992 Apr. 12, 1994 Feb. 13, 1996 Feb. 13, 1996 Mar. 04, 1998

H: (9-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 5-1 W, 5-2 W, 16-9 W, 14-8 L, 10-11 W, 5-4 W, 16-6

Cameron (9-1-0)

W, 3-1 L, 0-8 W, 2-0 W, 7-4 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 W, 12-10 W, 5-3 W, 10-6 W, 11-10

Carthage (Wis.) (7-1-0) Apr. 02, 1980 Apr. 02, 1980 Mar. 26, 1981 Mar. 26, 1981 Mar. 24, 1982 Mar. 24, 1982 Mar. 29, 1989 Mar. 29, 1989

H: (7-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 5-0 L, 1-4 W, 16-1 W, 10-0 W, 12-2 W, 8-3 W, 8-1 W, 11-1

Centenary (24-4-0) Mar. 31, 1970 Mar. 04, 1990 Mar. 04, 1990 Feb. 15, 1992 Feb. 15, 1992 Mar. 17, 1992 Feb. 17, 1993 Feb. 15, 1994 Mar. 17, 1995 May 02, 1995 Apr. 16, 1996 May 01, 1996 Mar. 11, 1998 Mar. 31, 1998 Feb. 06, 1999 Feb. 12, 1999 Feb. 15, 2000

H: (14-3-0) A: (9-1-0) N: (1-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas Laredo, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La.

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

Mar. 15, 2000 Feb. 10, 2001 Feb. 10, 2001 Mar. 05, 2001 Feb. 02, 2002 Feb. 02, 2002 Feb. 03, 2002 Feb. 04, 2003 Mar. 05, 2003 Feb. 18, 2004 Mar. 30, 2004

Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas

W, 12-6 W, 3-2 W, 6-5 W, 9-8 L, 0-6 W, 8-4 W, 6-2 W, 12-3 W, 18-6 W, 13-4 W, 8-6

Central Arkansas (3-0-0) Apr. 17, 2009 Apr. 18, 2009 Apr. 19, 2009

H: (0-0-0) A: (3-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Conway, Ark. W, 11-2 Conway, Ark. W, 8-6 Conway, Ark. W, 11-10 (10)

Central Iowa (4-0-0) Mar. 03, 1983 Mar. 03, 1983 Mar. 01, 1985 Mar. 01, 1985

H: (4-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 6-5 W, 16-4 W, 7-1 W, 5-3

Central Michigan (2-6-0) Mar. 19, 1975 Mar. 19, 1975 Mar. 15, 1976 Mar. 15, 1976 Mar. 23, 1977 Mar. 23, 1977 Mar. 12, 1978 Mar. 12, 1978

H: (2-6-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

May 26, 1990 Feb. 18, 1995

H: (0-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Austin, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 4-6 L, 1-2 L, 7-9 L, 3-13 L, 0-1 L, 3-5

Clemson (0-2-0)

L, 5-8 L, 0-18

College of the Southwest (N.M.) (6-0-0) Feb. 29, 1992 Feb. 29, 1992 Mar. 01, 1992 Feb. 13, 1993 Feb. 13, 1993 Feb. 14, 1993

H: (6-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Apr. 12, 1974 Apr. 12, 1974 Apr. 13, 1974 Apr. 13, 1974 Apr. 08, 1977 Apr. 09, 1977 Apr. 09, 1977 Mar. 18, 1997 Mar. 18, 1997

H: (7-2-0) A:(0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 5-2 W, 10-0 W, 2-1 W, 10-0 W, 14-2 W, 4-0

Cornell (7-2-0)

W, 3-2 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 6-5 W, 11-5 L, 4-7 L, 3-7 W, 9-2 W, 18-5

Creighton (2-2-0) Mar. 03, 1973 Mar. 09, 1983 Mar. 09, 1983 May 22, 1992

H: (2-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Austin, Texas

Mar. 11, 1969 Apr. 15, 1969 Mar. 10, 1970 Mar. 04, 1972 Mar. 20, 1973 Mar. 20, 1973 Mar. 06, 1975 Mar. 06, 1975 Apr. 21, 1975 Apr. 21, 1975 Feb. 24, 1976 Feb. 24, 1976 Mar. 17, 1976 Mar. 17, 1976 Mar. 10, 1977 Mar. 10, 1977 Mar. 13, 1978 Mar. 13, 1978 Mar. 18, 1978 Mar. 18, 1978 Mar. 06, 1979 Mar. 06, 1979 Mar. 18, 1980 Mar. 18, 1980 Apr. 22, 1980 Apr. 22, 1980

H: (17-1-0) A: (8-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 11-3 L, 12-18 W, 9-8 L, 6-11

Dallas (25-1-0)

W, 5-2 W, 9-5 W, 11-2 W, 9-4 W, 7-6 W, 21-1 W, 4-3 W, 6-1 W, 9-1 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 8-7 W, 11-2 W, 8-0 L, 1-3 W, 13-2 W, 10-2 W, 4-0 W, 13-6 W, 12-2 W, 7-2 W, 7-3 W, 13-0 W, 4-0 W, 7-1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Dallas Baptist (27-26-0)

East Central (Okla.) (5-0-0) Mar. 08, 1980 Mar. 08, 1980 Feb. 16, 1991 Feb. 16, 1991 Feb. 17, 1991

H: (5-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 2-0 W, 6-4 W,11-1 W, 8-0 W, 3-2

East Texas Baptist (1-0-0) Mar. 02, 1994

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 15-6

Emporia State (10-7-0) Mar. 14, 1972 Mar. 14, 1972 Mar. 15, 1974 Mar. 15, 1974 Mar. 16, 1976 Mar. 16, 1976 Mar. 16, 1977 Mar. 16, 1977 Mar. 16, 1978 Mar. 16, 1978 Mar. 10, 1980 Mar. 10, 1980 Mar. 19, 1983 Mar. 19, 1983 Mar. 09, 1986 Mar. 14, 1987 Mar. 12, 1988

H: (10-7-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 7-3 L, 0-3 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 5-2 L, 1-10 L, 3-4 W, 5-4 L, 4-15 W, 9-8 W, 5-3 L, 2-6 W,12-4 W, 12-5 W, 10-7 L, 2-4 L, 1-3

Evansville (2-1-0)

H: (2-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Mar. 04, 1995 Arlington, Texas Mar. 05, 1995 Arlington, Texas Mar. 06, 1995 Arlington, Texas

W, 7-3 W, 8-1 L, 5-14

Fort Hays State (2-4-0) Mar. 19, 1971 Mar. 13, 1972 Mar. 12, 1973 Mar. 12, 1973 Mar. 11, 1974 Mar. 11, 1974

H: (2-4-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 8-7 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 1-11 L, 5-10 W, 3-1

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Gonzaga (0-1-0)

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Frisco, Texas

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Iowa (1-2-0)

L, 1-12

Grambling (1-0-0) Mar. 26, 2002

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

L, 7-8 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 L, 3-5 L, 2-8 W, 3-2 W, 10-0 W, 11-6 W, 4-1 L, 5-6 W, 14-3 L, 1-7 W, 7-2 L, 3-4 W, 5-4 W, 5-2 W, 9-8 W, 5-2 W, 10-1 L, 7-8 W, 12-3 L, 7-8 W, 9-5 W, 14-1 L, 1-7 L, 4-5 W, 11-3 W, 12-7 L, 4-5 L, 7-10 W, 4-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 W, 6-3 W, 4-2 W, 12-4 W, 6-0

Hawai’i (1-0-0)

H: (0-0-0) A: (1-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Mar. 01, 2006 Honolulu, Hawai’i

W, 15-9

Hawai’i-Hilo (2-0-0) Apr. 18, 2006 Apr. 19, 2006

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Feb. 12, 1989 Feb. 12, 1989 Feb. 08, 1991 Feb. 09, 1992 May 26, 2001 Feb. 24, 2007

H: (0-0-0) A: (1-4-0) N: (0-1-0) Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Frisco, Texas

W, 6-3 W, 7-4

Houston (1-5-0)

L, 7-9 L, 0-7 L, 8-10 L, 3-6 W, 7-6 L, 3-8

Houston Baptist (0-2-0)

H: (0-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Apr. 01, 1998 Arlington, Texas Mar. 11, 2008 Arlington, Texas H: (2-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Mar. 11, 2005 Mar. 12, 2005 Mar. 13, 2005 Mar. 09, 2007 Mar. 10, 2007 Mar. 11, 2007 Mar. 01, 2009

H: (4-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Edinburg, Texas

L, 5-10 L, 6-12

W, 8-4 W, 12-1 L, 3-9

Illinois (4-3-0)

W, 5-1 L, 2-4 L, 2-3 W, 8-7 W, 13-6 W, 12-5 L, 2-3

Illinois State (1-0-0) Feb. 16, 2007

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 7-3

Incarnate Word (0-1-0) Feb. 22, 1994

H: (0-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

L, 0-8

Indiana (2-1-0)

Mar. 21, 1978 Mar. 23, 1981 Mar. 23, 1981

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Edinburg, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 2-4 L, 3-9 W, 11-1

Mar. 13, 1985 Mar. 13, 1985 Mar. 09, 1993 Mar. 05, 1994 Mar. 06, 1994 Feb. 12, 2000 Feb. 13, 2000 Mar. 13, 2001

H: (4-3-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 7-15 W, 10-8 L, 4-6 L, 3-5 W, 3-2 W, 12-4 W, 3-0 W, 7-6

Iowa Wesleyan (1-0-0) Mar. 05, 2009

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 7-1

J.F. Kennedy (Neb.) (1-1-0) Apr. 02, 1975 Apr. 02, 1975

H: (1-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Mar. 14, 1977 Mar. 15, 1977 Feb. 22, 1997 Feb. 22, 1997 Feb. 23, 1997 Feb. 13, 1999 Feb. 13, 1999 Feb. 14, 1999 May 02, 2000 May 03, 2000 May 13, 2000 May 14, 2000

H: (3-5-0) A: (3-1-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan.

W, 11-0 L, 4-8

Kansas (6-6-0)

W, 1-0 W, 4-3 L, 3-7 L, 12-14 L, 2-4 L, 3-10 W, 13-12 L, 4-9 W, 7-5 W, 4-3 L, 5-6 W, 6-4

Kansas State (2-4-0) Mar. 10, 1983 Mar. 11, 1983 Mar. 14, 1984 Feb. 14, 1997 Feb. 19, 2005 Feb. 16, 2006

H: (2-4-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 8-14 L, 0-8 W, 8-2 W, 4-3 L, 4-5 L, 3-13

Kent State (4-2-0) Mar. 19, 1973 Mar. 25, 1974 Mar. 23, 1976 Mar. 23, 1976 Apr. 02, 1988 Apr. 02, 1988

H: (4-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 7-9 W, 2-0 W, 9-1 W, 6-5 L, 3-4 W, 10-9

Lake Forest (3-0-0) Mar. 13, 1980 Mar. 09, 1982 Mar. 09, 1982

H: (3-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 25-5 W, 8-2 W, 8-0

Lamar (37-70-0)

Howard Payne (2-1-0) Apr. 04, 1990 Apr. 24, 1990 Apr. 08, 1997

H: (1-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Iowa State (5-3-0)

W, 22-3

Hardin-Simmons (23-14-0)

H: (12-9-0) A: (11-5-0) N: (0-0-0) Apr. 02, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 02, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 21, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 29, 1972 Arlington, Texas Apr. 29, 1972 Arlington, Texas Feb. 23, 1974 Abilene, Texas Feb. 23, 1974 Abilene, Texas Mar. 05, 1974 Arlington, Texas Mar. 05, 1974 Arlington, Texas Mar. 09, 1979 Arlington, Texas Mar. 09, 1979 Arlington, Texas Mar. 02, 1985 Abilene, Texas Mar. 02, 1985 Abilene, Texas Mar. 22, 1985 Arlington, Texas Mar. 22, 1985 Arlington, Texas Feb. 18, 1986 Arlington, Texas Feb. 18, 1986 Arlington, Texas Feb. 28, 1986 Abilene, Texas Feb. 28, 1986 Abilene, Texas Apr. 18, 1987 Abilene, Texas Apr. 18, 1987 Abilene, Texas Apr. 25, 1987 Arlington, Texas Apr. 25, 1987 Arlington, Texas Feb. 06, 1988 Arlington, Texas Feb. 06, 1988 Arlington, Texas Feb. 17, 1988 Abilene, Texas Feb. 17, 1988 Abilene, Texas Feb. 18, 1989 Abilene, Texas Feb. 18, 1989 Abilene, Texas Feb. 13, 1990 Abilene, Texas Feb. 13, 1990 Abilene, Texas Feb. 20, 1990 Arlington, Texas Feb. 20, 1990 Arlington, Texas Feb. 19, 1991 Abilene, Texas Feb. 19, 1991 Abilene, Texas Apr. 20, 1991 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 1991 Arlington, Texas

Mar. 22, 1995 Mar. 23, 1995 Feb. 15, 1997

L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 14-8

H: (19-31-0) A: (18-35-0) N: (0-4-0) Apr. 26, 1969 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 26, 1969 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 24, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 28, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 28, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 23, 1971 Arlington, Texas Apr. 24, 1971 Arlington, Texas Apr. 24, 1971 Arlington, Texas Mar. 31, 1972 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 1972 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 1972 Arlington, Texas Mar. 30, 1973 Beaumont, Texas Mar. 30, 1973 Beaumont, Texas Mar. 30, 1973 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 19, 1974 Arlington, Texas Apr. 19, 1974 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 1974 Arlington, Texas Apr. 18. 1975 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 18, 1975 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 19, 1975 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 23, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 23, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 24, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 22, 1977 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 22, 1977 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 23, 1977 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 01, 1978 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 1978 Arlington, Texas Apr. 02, 1978 Arlington, Texas Apr. 02, 1978 Arlington, Texas Feb. 24, 1979 Beaumont, Texas Feb. 24, 1979 Beaumont, Texas Feb. 25, 1979 Beaumont, Texas Feb. 25, 1979 Beaumont, Texas May 04, 1981 Beaumont, Texas

L, 1-7 L, 0-3 L, 4-7 L, 0-5 W, 10-4 W, 7-4 L, 3-4 L, 2-3 W, 4-3 W, 1-0 L, 3-4 L, 2-3 W, 3-2 L, 2-5 W, 4-2 L, 0-10 L, 3-6 L, 0-6 L, 2-4 L, 5-16 L, 0-1 L, 0-9 L, 3-7 L, 0-5 L, 3-13 L, 6-9 L, 1-2 L, 2-7 W, 11-1 L, 2-3 L, 4-8 L, 5-10 L, 0-8 L, 5-11 L, 2-6

May 04, 1981 May 05, 1981 Apr. 16, 1983 Apr. 16, 1983 Apr. 17, 1983 Apr. 17, 1983 May 07, 1983 May 07, 1983 May 08, 1983 May 08, 1983 May 15, 1983 Apr. 28, 1984 Apr. 28, 1984 Apr. 29, 1984 Apr. 27, 1985 Apr. 28, 1985 Apr. 26, 1986 Apr. 26, 1986 Apr. 27, 1986 Feb. 11, 1989 Feb. 11, 1989 Mar. 12, 1989 Mar. 12, 1989 Feb. 09, 1991 Feb. 09, 1991 Feb. 10, 1991 Mar. 10, 1991 Mar. 10, 1991 Feb. 08, 1992 Feb. 08, 1992 Apr. 17, 1999 Apr. 17, 1999 Apr. 18, 1999 Mar. 11, 2000 Mar. 11, 2000 Mar. 12, 2000 Apr. 28, 2001 Apr. 28, 2001 Apr. 29, 2001 May 12, 2001 May 13, 2001 May 13, 2001 Apr. 13, 2002 Apr. 13, 2002 Apr. 14, 2002 May 18, 2002 May 15, 2003 May 16, 2003 May 17, 2003 Apr. 16, 2004 Apr. 17, 2004 Apr. 18, 2004 Mar. 18, 2005 Mar. 19, 2005 Mar. 20, 2005 May 25, 2005 May 27, 2005 Apr. 07, 2006 Apr. 08, 2006 Apr. 09, 2006 May 27, 2006 Mar. 16, 2007 Mar. 17, 2007 Mar. 18, 2007 Mar. 14, 2008 Mar. 15, 2008 Mar. 16, 2008 May 08, 2009 May 09, 2009 May 10, 2009 May 20, 2009 May 22, 2009

Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas

L, 6-7 L, 0-1 W, 3-2 L, 6-13 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 W, 6-2 W, 3-1 W, 9-4 L, 4-5 L, 2-3 W, 4-0 L, 4-8 L, 3-9 L, 7-9 L, 2-7 W, 4-3 W, 3-1 L, 1-4 L, 4-7 W, 12-0 W, 4-1 W, 6-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-3 L, 5-6 W, 3-0 L, 2-5 L, 0-2 W, 5-3 W, 11-9 L, 7-9 L, 5-6 L, 6-11 W, 4-1 L, 6-7 L, 2-5 W, 13-1 W, 4-1 L, 0-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 7-9 W, 3-2 W, 13-2 L, 3-5 L, 1-4 W, 7-4 L, 0-15 W, 3-1 L, 2-4 L, 2-5 W, 12-6 L, 3-4 W, 11-1 L, 1-7 L, 3-8 L, 3-10 L, 0-7 L, 5-8 W, 8-7 L, 3-11 L, 1-4 L, 0-5 L, 7-13 W, 15-4 L, 5-9 W, 9-4 L, 1-3 L, 3-4 (10) L, 3-4 L, 3-4

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H: (22-10-0) A: (5-14-0) N: (0-2-0) Mar. 21, 1969 Arlington, Texas W, 10-5 Apr. 01, 1969 Arlington, Texas L, 3-10 Mar. 01, 1974 Dallas, Texas L, 0-2 Mar. 01, 1974 Dallas, Texas L, 0-1 Apr. 22, 1975 Arlington, Texas W, 8-7 Apr. 22, 1975 Arlington, Texas W, 9-2 Mar. 31, 1980 Arlington, Texas L, 4-7 Mar. 31, 1980 Arlington, Texas W, 11-6 Apr. 21, 1981 Dallas, Texas L, 0-2 Apr. 21, 1981 Dallas, Texas W, 5-1 Apr. 30, 1981 Arlington, Texas W, 6-5 Apr. 30, 1981 Arlington, Texas W, 8-6 Mar. 23, 1982 Arlington, Texas W, 3-1 Mar. 23, 1982 Arlington, Texas W, 5-2 Apr. 21, 1982 Dallas, Texas L, 3-6 Apr. 21, 1982 Dallas, Texas L, 3-5 Apr. 27, 1983 Dallas, Texas W, 12-2 Apr. 27, 1983 Dallas, Texas L, 1-2 Apr. 28, 1983 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Apr. 28, 1983 Arlington, Texas W, 6-0 Apr. 04, 1984 Dallas, Texas L, 3-6 Apr. 18, 1984 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Apr. 18, 1984 Arlington, Texas W, 7-6 Apr. 20, 1984 Dallas, Texas L, 7-10 Mar. 26, 1985 Dallas, Texas L, 6-9 Apr. 08, 1985 Arlington, Texas W, 12-1 Mar. 11, 1986 Arlington, Texas L, 5-8 Apr. 16, 1986 Dallas, Texas W, 9-0 Apr. 02, 1987 Dallas, Texas L, 11-12 Apr. 08, 1987 Arlington, Texas L, 11-12 Mar. 10, 1988 Arlington, Texas W, 8-4 Apr. 05, 1988 Dallas, Texas W, 11-10 Apr. 12, 1989 Arlington, Texas W, 5-4 Apr. 26, 1989 Dallas, Texas L, 8-11 Apr. 25, 1990 Dallas, Texas L, 3-11 Apr. 03, 1991 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Apr. 18, 2000 Arlington, Texas W, 6-5 Feb. 20, 2001 Arlington, Texas W, 8-1 Apr. 01, 2003 Arlington, Texas L, 4-6 Apr. 30, 2003 Arlington, Texas W, 12-1 Feb. 26, 2004 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Feb. 27. 2004 Arlington, Texas L, 2-3 Feb. 28, 2004 Arlington, Texas L, 3-10 Apr. 27, 2004 Dallas, Texas W, 4-2 Feb. 10, 2005 Arlington, Texas L, 2-4 Feb. 25, 2006 Midland, Texas L, 1-9 May 18, 2006 Dallas, Texas L, 5-9 May 19, 2006 Arlington, Texas W, 10-7 May 20, 2006 Arlington, Texas W, 13-3 Mar. 01, 2007 Dallas, Texas L, 2-3 Feb. 23, 2008 Arlington, Texas L, 3-4 Feb. 29, 2008 Frisco, Texas L, 4-7 Mar. 08, 2008 Arlington, Texas L, 1-7

Lambuth (Tenn.) (0-1-0) Mar. 26, 1986

H: (0-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

L, 4-10

Louisiana-Lafayette (13-20-0) Mar. 17, 1972 Mar, 18, 1972 Mar. 18, 1972 Mar. 19, 1973 Mar. 19, 1973 Mar. 20, 1973 Mar. 22, 1974 Mar. 22, 1974 Mar. 23, 1974 Mar. 21, 1975 Mar. 21, 1975 Mar. 22, 1975 Apr. 30, 1976 Apr. 30, 1976 May 01, 1976 Apr. 29, 1977 Apr. 29, 1977 Apr, 30, 1977 Apr. 29, 1978 Apr. 29, 1978 Apr. 30, 1978 Apr. 30, 1978 Apr. 27, 1979 Apr. 27, 1979

H: (5-8-0) A: (8-11-0) N: (0-1-0) Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

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

81

The University of Texas at Arlington

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Apr. 28, 1979 Apr. 28, 1979 Mar. 19, 1987 Feb. 26, 1988 Mar. 10, 1990 Mar. 11, 1990 Feb. 21, 1998 Feb. 21, 1998 Feb. 23, 2002

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Houston, Texas

L, 0-5 L, 6-8 W, 7-6 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 L, 7-9 L, 4-6 L, 2-4 L, 5-6

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Louisiana-Monroe (38-25-0)

H: (17-10-0) A: (20-12-0) N: (1-3-0) Mar. 09, 1985 Monroe, La. W, 2-1 Mar. 09, 1985 Monroe, La. L, 0-7 Mar. 10, 1985 Monroe, La. L, 5-8 Apr. 05, 1986 Monroe, La. L, 9-10 Apr. 05, 1986 Monroe, La. W, 8-1 Apr. 06, 1986 Monroe, La. W, 8-1 Mar. 19, 1988 Arlington, Texas L, 4-6 Mar. 19, 1988 Arlington, Texas W, 9-4 Mar. 20, 1988 Arlington, Texas L, 1-2 Mar. 18, 1989 Monroe, La. W, 8-1 Mar. 18, 1989 Monroe, La. W, 5-1 Mar. 19, 1989 Monroe, La. W, 8-4 Apr. 13, 1991 Arlington, Texas W, 9-0 Apr. 13, 1991 Arlington, Texas W, 10-3 Apr. 14, 1991 Arlington, Texas W, 7-2 Mar. 21, 1992 Arlington, Texas W, 6-5 Mar. 21, 1992 Arlington, Texas W, 10-9 Mar. 22, 1992 Arlington, Texas L, 7-9 Mar. 20, 1993 Monroe, La. W, 3-2 Mar. 20, 1993 Monroe, La. W, 6-3 May 07, 1994 Monroe, La. W, 8-4 May 07, 1994 Monroe, La. W, 6-5 May 08, 1994 Monroe, La. W, 9-5 May 05, 1995 Arlington, Texas W, 5-4 May 06, 1995 Arlington, Texas L, 3-4 May 07, 1995 Arlington, Texas W, 12-4 May 14, 1995 Shreveport, La. L, 5-6 Mar. 09, 1996 Monroe, La. W, 4-3 Mar. 09, 1996 Monroe, La. L, 3-10 Mar. 10, 1996 Monroe, La. L, 12-13 May 16, 1996 Shreveport, La. L, 3-4 Mar. 08, 1997 Arlington, Texas W, 3-0 Mar. 08, 1997 Arlington, Texas W, 6-5 Mar. 09, 1997 Arlington, Texas W, 5-3 Apr. 18, 1998 Monroe, La. L, 3-4 Apr. 18, 1998 Monroe, La. W, 9-7 Apr. 24, 1999 Arlington, Texas L, 3-5 Apr. 24, 1999 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Apr. 25, 1999 Arlington, Texas L, 8-9 Mar. 04, 2000 Monroe, La. L, 4-5 Mar. 04, 2000 Monroe, La. W, 8-4 Mar. 05, 2000 Monroe, La. L, 2-3 May 05, 2001 Arlington, Texas L, 3-4 May 05, 2001 Arlington, Texas L, 3-9 May 06, 2001 Arlington, Texas W, 7-6 May 18, 2001 Beaumont, Texas W, 5-2 Mar. 22, 2002 Monroe, La. W, 6-5 Mar. 23, 2002 Monroe, La. L, 2-8 Mar. 24, 2002 Monroe, La. L, 7-9 Apr. 25, 2003 Arlington, Texas W, 4-2 Apr. 26, 2003 Arlington, Texas L, 3-12 Apr. 27, 2003 Arlington, Texas W, 11-3 May 22, 2003 Monroe, La. W, 15-10 May 23, 2003 Monroe, La. W, 6-4 Mar. 26, 2004 Monroe, La. W, 10-7 Mar. 27, 2004 Monroe, La. L, 5-6 (10) Mar. 28, 2004 Monroe, La. W, 13-3 May 28, 2004 Hammond, La. L, 5-6 Apr. 01, 2005 Arlington, Texas L, 2-4 Apr. 02, 2005 Arlington, Texas W, 5-4 Apr. 03, 2005 Arlington, Texas W, 11-10 Mar. 17, 2006 Monroe, La. W, 10-4 Mar. 10, 2009 Monroe, La. L, 9-15

Louisiana Tech (46-41-0)

H: (28-19-0) A: (18-22-0) N: (0-0-0) Apr. 22, 1972 Arlington, Texas Apr. 22, 1972 Arlington, Texas Apr. 19, 1973 Ruston, La. Apr. 20, 1973 Ruston, La. Mar. 29, 1974 Ruston, La. Mar. 29, 1974 Ruston, La. Mar. 30, 1974 Ruston, La. Apr. 04, 1975 Arlington, Texas Apr. 04, 1975 Arlington, Texas Apr. 05, 1975 Arlington, Texas Mar. 26, 1976 Ruston, La. Mar. 26, 1976 Ruston, La. Mar. 27, 1976 Ruston, La. Mar. 25, 1977 Arlington, Texas Mar. 25, 1977 Arlington, Texas Apr. 22, 1978 Ruston, La. Apr, 22, 1978 Ruston, La. Apr. 23, 1978 Ruston, La. Apr, 23, 1978 Ruston, La. Apr. 21, 1979 Arlington, Texas Apr. 21, 1979 Arlington, Texas Apr. 22, 1979 Arlington, Texas Apr. 22, 1979 Arlington, Texas Mar. 15, 1980 Ruston, La. Mar. 15, 1980 Ruston, ,La.

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L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 L, 2-3 L, 2-6 L, 7-15 L, 4-8 L, 2-3 W, 11-1 W, 4-1 L, 4-6 L, 1-2 W, 5-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 L, 2-6 L, 1-6 L, 1-5 W, 10-5 L, 1-10 W, 18-4 L, 3-4 W, 12-4 W, 3-2 L, 4-5

May 03, 1980 May 03, 1980 May 04, 1980 May 04, 1980 May 10, 1980 Mar. 28, 1981 Mar. 28, 1981 Mar. 29, 1981 Mar. 29, 1981 Apr. 25, 1981 Apr. 25, 1981 Apr. 26, 1981 Apr. 26, 1981 Mar. 20, 1982 Mar. 21, 1982 Apr. 17, 1982 Apr. 17, 1982 Apr. 18, 1982 Apr. 18, 1982 Apr. 14, 1984 Apr. 14, 1984 Apr. 15, 1984 Apr. 20, 1985 Apr. 20, 1985 Apr. 21, 1985 Mar. 15, 1986 Mar. 16, 1986 Mar. 16, 1986 May 03, 1989 Feb. 17, 1990 Feb. 17, 1990 Feb. 18, 1990 Feb. 23, 1991 Feb. 23, 1991 Feb. 24, 1991 Feb. 22, 1992 Feb. 23, 1992 Feb. 06, 1993 Feb. 06, 1993 Feb. 07, 1993 May 07, 1993 May 08, 1993 Feb. 12, 1994 Feb. 12, 1994 Feb. 13, 1994 Feb. 10, 1996 Feb. 11, 1996 Feb. 07, 1998 Feb. 08, 1998 Mar. 17, 2001 Mar. 17, 2001 Feb. 09, 2002 Feb. 09, 2002 Feb. 10, 2002 Feb. 11, 2006 Feb. 12, 2006 Feb. 12, 2006 Feb. 09, 2007 Feb. 10, 2007 Feb. 11, 2007 Feb. 26, 2008 Feb. 26, 2008

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Ruston, La. Ruston, La.

W, 10-6 W, 6-5 L, 2-8 L, 4-6 L, 0-3 W, 6-5 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-3 L, 4-8 W, 7-6 W, 5-2 W, 6-5 W, 4-3 L, 1-9 W, 12-3 W, 8-7 L, 6-9 L, 0-2 W, 8-7 W, 23-7 W, 12-3 L, 1-3 W, 6-5 L, 4-5 L, 0-1 W, 4-2 W, 6-5 W, 9-4 W, 8-2 W, 4-1 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 4-6 W, 4-1 W, 7-5 W, 11-10 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 W, 3-1 L, 1-4 W, 5-1 L, 5-6 L, 1-9 W, 15-1 L, 2-5 L, 2-3 L, 12-13 W, 13-2 L, 1-3 L, 5-6 W, 10-4 L, 2-4 L, 4-12 W, 7-2 W, 10-4 L, 4-5 W, 8-3 L, 6-13 L, 7-9 L, 4-8 L, 1-8

LSU (0-2-0)

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-2-0) N: (0-0-0) Mar. 17, 1987 Baton Rouge, La. Mar. 18, 1987 Baton Rouge, La

L, 2-17 L, 3-4

Mary-Hardin Baylor (8-1-0) Mar. 07, 1981 Mar. 07, 1981 Mar. 19, 1981 Mar. 15, 1982 Mar. 15, 1982 Apr. 09, 1986 Apr. 09, 1986 Mar. 25, 1987 Mar. 25, 1987

H: (6-1-0) A: (2-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Belton, Texas Belton, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 7-4 W, 5-0 W, 5-0 W, 6-5 W, 3-2 L, 2-6 W, 4-3 W, 14-12 W, 12-2

Maryville State (N.D.) (2-0-0)

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Mar. 22, 1984 Arlington, Texas Mar. 22, 1984 Arlington, Texas

W, 12-0 W, 8-0

McNeese State (56-55-0)

H: (37-16-0) A: (17-36-0) N: (2-3-0) Apr. 06, 1973 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 07, 1973 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 05, 1974 Arlington, Texas Apr. 05, 1974 Arlington, Texas Apr. 06, 1974 Arlington, Texas Apr. 11, 1975 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 12, 1975 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 12, 1975 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 09, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 09, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 10, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 15, 1977 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 15, 1977 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 16, 1977 Lake Charles, La. Apr. 08, 1978 Arlington, Texas Apr. 08, 1978 Arlington, Texas

W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-4 L, 2-8 L, 2-5 W, 1-0 L, 0-4 W, 12-3 W, 2-1 W, 13-6 L, 3-4 L, 5-7 L, 1-7 W, 5-4 W, 7-3

Apr. 09, 1978 Apr. 09, 1978 Mar. 31, 1979 Mar. 31, 1979 Apr. 01, 1979 Apr. 01, 1979 Mar. 28, 1983 Mar. 28, 1983 Mar. 29, 1983 Mar. 29, 1983 Apr. 24, 1983 Apr. 24, 1983 Apr. 25, 1983 Apr. 25, 1983 May 02, 1983 Mar. 31, 1984 Mar. 31, 1984 Apr. 01, 1984 Mar. 30, 1985 Mar. 30, 1985 Mar. 31, 1985 Mar. 28, 1986 Mar. 29, 1986 Mar. 29, 1986 Apr. 16, 1988 Apr. 16, 1988 Apr. 17, 1988 Apr. 15, 1989 Apr. 15, 1989 Apr. 16, 1989 Apr. 15, 1990 Apr, 15, 1990 Mar. 29, 1991 Mar. 29, 1991 Mar. 30, 1991 Apr. 04, 1992 Apr. 04, 1992 Apr. 05, 1992 Apr. 03, 1993 Apr. 05, 1993 Apr. 05, 1993 Apr. 01, 1994 Apr. 01, 1994 Apr. 02, 1994 Apr. 01, 1995 Apr. 01, 1995 Apr. 02, 1995 May 10, 1995 Mar. 24, 1996 Mar. 24, 1996 Mar. 25, 1996 Mar. 22, 1997 Mar. 22, 1997 Mar. 23, 1997 Mar. 28, 1998 Mar. 28, 1998 Mar. 29, 1998 Apr. 10, 1999 Apr. 10, 1999 Apr. 11, 1999 Mar. 18, 2000 Mar. 18, 2000 Mar. 19, 2000 Mar. 17, 2001 Mar. 17, 2001 Mar. 18, 2001 Apr. 26, 2002 Apr. 27, 2002 Apr. 28, 2002 Apr. 04, 2003 Apr. 05, 2003 Apr. 06, 2003 May 23, 2003 May 24, 2003 May 24, 2003 Apr. 30, 2004 May 02, 2004 May 02, 2004 Apr. 22, 2005 Apr. 23, 2005 Apr. 24, 2005 Apr. 14, 2006 Apr. 15, 2006 Apr. 16, 2006 May 25, 2006 Apr. 14, 2007 Apr. 14, 2007 Apr. 15, 2007 Mar. 07, 2008 Apr. 11, 2008 Apr. 12, 2008 Apr. 13, 2008 Apr. 09, 2009 Apr. 10, 2009 Apr. 11, 2009

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 9-2 W, 4-2 L, 5-6 L, 0-8 L, 13-15 L, 3-8 W, 10-3 L, 2-7 L, 6-11 L, 9-11 W, 10-6 L, 5-6 L, 4-6 L, 4-8 W, 5-3 W, 6-5 W, 4-2 W, 8-2 L, 3-9 L, 0-2 W, 10-3 W, 2-1 W, 6-1 W, 3-2 L, 0-5 L, 3-4 W, 6-5 L, 0-3 L, 0-6 W, 4-3 W, 5-4 L, 2-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 L, 2-3 W, 4-3 W, 8-6 W, 7-2 L, 5-6 L, 1-3 W, 8-1 W, 2-1 L, 4-5 L, 2-8 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 W, 9-0 L, 2-4 W, 8-3 L, 1-4 L, 1-5 W, 3-2 W, 7-6 L, 0-6 L, 9-20 W, 8-6 L, 9-12 W, 11-8 W, 4-3 W, 4-2 L, 1-11 L, 0-14 L, 4-8 W, 6-5 W, 10-9 W, 14-8 L, 4-11 W, 7-3 L, 3-5 W, 6-2 W, 10-3 W, 6-3 L, 3-12 W, 12-7 L, 0-14 L, 1-2 L, 5-9 L, 3-7 L, 5-17 L, 2-3 W, 5-0 L, 3-10 W, 19-5 L, 0-10 W, 5-1 L, 3-10 L, 1-3 W, 4-3 W, 26-1 W, 7-2 W, 10-8 W, 13-12 W, 8-7 (10) W, 18-8 L, 1-2 (10)

Michigan State (1-1-0) Mar. 20, 1978 Mar. 24, 1978

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-1-0) Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas

W, 4-2 L, 0-1

Midwestern State (7-1-0) H: (6-0-0) A: (1-1-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Wichita Falls, Texas Wichita Falls, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Apr. 27, 1976 Apr. 27, 1976 Apr. 12, 1977 Apr. 12, 1977 Feb. 24, 1980 Feb. 24, 1980 Apr. 11, 1981 Apr. 11, 1981

W, 5-2 W, 8-2 W, 6-3 L, 0-4 W, 8-7 W, 7-5 W, 3-2 W, 9-1

Minnesota (3-0-0) Mar. 26, 1987 Mar. 17, 2009 Mar. 18, 2009

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Arlington, Texas Grand Prairie, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 9-4 W, 6-2 W, 12-5

Minnesota State Mankato (0-2-0) Mar. 23, 1985 Mar. 23, 1985

H: (0-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 1-4 L, 4-5

Mississippi (1-0-0) H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Houston, Texas

Feb. 21, 2003

W, 8-7

Missouri State (6-5-0) Mar. 19, 1985 Mar. 21, 1985 Mar. 21, 1985 Feb. 18, 1994 Feb. 17, 1996 Feb. 18, 2001 Feb. 15, 2002 Feb. 15, 2003 Feb. 21, 2004 Feb. 23, 2007 Feb. 23, 2008

H: (5-5-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Frisco, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 9-11 W, 3-2 W, 11-1 W, 6-5 L, 3-5 L, 2-6 W, 5-4 L, 3-10 W, 9-1 W, 11-10 L, 6-9

Missouri Western (2-0-0) Mar. 21, 1990 Mar. 21, 1990

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 9-2 W, 6-4

Morningside (Iowa) (2-0-0) Mar. 21, 1978 Mar. 23, 1978

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (2-0-0) Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas

W, 7-2 W, 5-3

Mount Mercy (Iowa) (2-0-0) Mar. 20, 1984 Mar. 20, 1984

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 14-0 W, 25-2

Nebraska (1-2-0) Mar. 25, 1989 Feb. 18, 2000 Feb. 17, 2007

H: (1-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Mar. 01, 2008

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Frisco, Texas

W, 5-1 L, 1-3 L, 4-5

Nevada (0-1-0)

L, 6-10

New Mexico (5-5-0) Feb. 20, 1994 Feb. 24, 1995 Feb. 25, 1995 Feb. 26, 1995 Feb. 28, 1998 Feb. 28, 1998 Mar. 01, 1998 Feb. 14, 2003 Mar. 08, 2003 Feb. 18, 2007

H: (4-2-0) A: (1-3-0) N:(0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Arlington, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Arlington, Texas

W, 5-4 L, 4-8 W, 2-1 L, 7-14 L, 2-17 W, 22-15 L, 8-10 W, 8-6 L, 12-17 W, 2-1

New Mexico State (2-1-0) Mar. 12, 1991 Mar. 07, 2003 Mar. 03, 2007

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Arlington, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Arlington, Texas

W, 4-2 L, 11-13 W, 9-8

Nicholls (33-23-0)

H: (18-11-0) A: (15-12-0) N: (0-0-0) Apr. 19, 1984 Arlington, Texas W, 12-5 May 18, 1990 Arlington, Texas L, 4-7 May 19, 1990 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Mar. 07, 1992 Thibodaux, La. L, 1-3 Mar. 07, 1992 Thibodaux, La. L, 0-2 Mar. 08, 1992 Thibodaux, La. W, 5-2 Mar. 06, 1993 Arlington, Texas L, 2-3 Mar. 06, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 6-1 Mar. 07, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 13-3 Apr. 30, 1994 Arlington, Texas W, 5-3 Apr. 30, 1994 Arlington, Texas L, 2-7 May 01, 1994 Arlington, Texas W, 2-1 Apr. 29, 1995 Thibodaux, La. W, 5-4 Apr. 29, 1995 Thibodaux, La. W, 11-4 Apr. 30, 1995 Thibodaux, La. L, 11-12 Mar. 16, 1996 Arlington, Texas W, 3-2 Mar. 16, 1996 Arlington, Texas L, 4-7

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La.

W, 5-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-11 L, 2-3 L, 0-5 W, 8-7 L, 7-10 W, 12-10 W, 9-0 W, 9-1 L, 2-5 L, 1-7 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 L, 3-4 L, 0-4 W, 7-5 W, 10-5 W, 10-5 W, 17-0 L, 5-6 W, 3-0 L, 3-4 W, 15-1 L, 0-3 W, 11-6 W, 16-6 W, 9-4 W, 9-4 W, 7-3 L, 2-3 L, 7-8 L, 0-5 W, 7-6 L, 0-3 L, 5-6 W, 6-5 W, 7-2 W, 6-5 (10)

North Carolina State (0-1-0)

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Jun. 03, 2006 Austin, Texas

L, 5-6

North Dakota State (4-0-0) Mar. 31, 1981 Mar. 31, 1981 Apr. 01, 1981 Apr. 01, 1981

H: (4-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 6-2 W, 17-1 W, 7-4 W, 13-4

North Texas (21-1-0) Mar. 10, 1976 Mar. 10, 1976 Mar. 29, 1978 Mar. 29, 1978 Mar. 11, 1982 Mar. 11, 1982 Apr. 09, 1983 Apr. 09, 1983 Apr. 07, 1984 Apr. 07, 1984 Apr. 08, 1984 Apr. 14, 1985 Apr. 15, 1985 Apr. 15, 1985 Apr. 12, 1986 Apr. 12, 1986 Apr. 13, 1986 Apr. 24, 1987 Apr. 24, 1987 May 05, 1988 May 05, 1988 May 06, 1988

H: (16-0-0) A: (5-1-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Denton, Texas

W, 5-2 W, 3-1 W, 12-2 W, 11-0 W, 4-1 W, 14-3 W, 8-7 W, 5-0 W, 15-3 W, 5-2 W, 6-2 W, 5-1 W, 7-5 W, 7-1 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 W, 18-6 W, 3-2 W, 11-3 W, 10-0 L, 3-4

Northwestern (4-1-0) Mar. 24, 1989 Mar. 25, 1989 Mar. 09, 2003 Feb. 18, 2005 Mar. 2, 2007

H: (3-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 3-4 W, 9-1 W, 14-7 W, 11-3 W, 20-2

Northwestern State (38-38-0)

H: (18-18-0) A: (16-18-0) N: (4-2-0) Mar. 26, 1988 Natchitoches, La. Mar. 26, 1988 Natchitoches, La. Mar. 27, 1988 Natchitoches, La. Apr. 01, 1989 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 1989 Arlington, Texas Apr. 02, 1989 Arlington, Texas Mar. 17, 1990 Natchitoches, La. Mar. 17, 1990 Natchitoches, La. Mar. 18, 1990 Natchitoches, La. Mar. 31, 1990 Natchitoches, La. Mar. 31, 1990 Natchitoches, La. Apr. 01, 1990 Natchitoches, La. Apr. 27, 1991 Arlington, Texas Apr. 27, 1991 Arlington, Texas Apr. 29, 1991 Arlington, Texas Apr. 17, 1992 Natchitoches, La. Apr. 17, 1992 Natchitoches, La. Apr. 18, 1992 Natchitoches, La.

W, 3-2 L, 4-8 W, 9-2 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 16-3 L, 2-5 W, 2-1 L, 2-11 L, 3-4 W, 4-2 W, 11-2 L, 2-8 L, 5-9 L, 2-6 W, 7-6 W, 4-3 W, 12-1

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Apr. 17, 1993 Apr. 17, 1993 Apr. 18, 1993 May 16, 1993 Mar. 19, 1994 Mar. 20, 1994 Mar. 20, 1994 Mar. 17, 1995 Mar. 18, 1995 Mar. 18, 1995 May 13, 1995 Mar. 02, 1996 Mar. 02, 1996 Mar. 03, 1996 May 17, 1996 Mar. 01, 1997 Mar. 02, 1997 Mar. 21, 1998 Mar. 21, 1998 Mar. 22, 1998 Mar. 13, 1999 Mar. 13, 1999 Mar. 14, 1999 May 14, 1999 Apr. 15, 2000 Apr. 15, 2000 Apr. 16, 2000 Mar. 03, 2001 Mar. 03, 2001 Mar. 04, 2001 May 11, 2002 May 11, 2002 May 12, 2002 Mar. 14, 2003 Mar. 15, 2003 Mar. 16, 2003 May 21, 2003 May 14, 2004 May 15, 2004 May 16, 2004 May 27, 2004 May 19, 2005 May 20, 2005 May 21, 2005 May 26, 2005 Mar. 10, 2006 Mar. 11, 2006 Mar. 12, 2006 May 27, 2006 Apr. 27, 2007 Apr. 28, 2007 Apr. 29, 2007 Apr. 25, 2008 Apr. 26, 2008 Apr. 26, 2008 Mar. 20, 2009 Mar. 21, 2009 Mar. 22, 2009

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Natchitoches, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Shreveport, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Shreveport, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Monroe, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Monroe, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Hammond, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 3-6 W, 10-0 W, 3-2 W, 12-6 L, 0-6 L, 1-2 L, 0-5 L, 5-7 L, 3-5 L, 1-11 W, 11-3 L, 2-4 L, 3-6 W, 7-6 L, 6-7 L, 1-11 W, 5-1 L, 2-21 W, 9-3 L, 7-8 L, 4-11 L, 6-15 L, 2-14 W, 11-8 L, 1-2 L, 2-6 W, 8-6 W, 10-9 L, 8-12 W, 10-8 W, 3-1 L, 8-10 W, 6-3 L, 8-9 W, 8-2 W, 7-3 W, 4-3 L, 9-13 L, 2-5 W, 3-1 L, 3-8 L, 0-6 L, 4-7 L, 3-4 W, 4-1 W, 10-9 W, 14-1 W, 6-1 W, 8-2 W, 7-0 L, 4-14 L, 2-4 L, 2-8 L, 5-9 W, 18-3 W, 5-0 W, 4-2 W, 16-0

Northwood (6-2-0) Apr. 19, 1989 Apr. 25, 1989 Apr. 03, 1990 Feb. 14, 1991 Apr. 16, 1991 Feb. 05, 1992 Mar. 29, 1994 Apr. 21, 2009

H: (5-1-0) A: (1-1-0) N: (0-0-0) Cedar Hill, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Cedar Hill, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 16-0 W, 6-3 W, 11-2 L, 3-13 W, 6-4 W, 8-4 L, 2-8 W, 23-7

Oklahoma (9-17-0) Mar. 07, 1972 Mar. 07, 1972 Mar. 05, 1988 Mar. 05, 1988 Mar. 06, 1988 Apr. 04, 1989 Apr. 05, 1989 Apr. 02, 1997 Feb. 24, 1998 Apr. 26, 1998 Apr. 20, 1999 Feb. 29, 2000 Mar. 07, 2000 Feb. 27, 2001 May 02, 2001 Mar. 20, 2002 Apr. 17, 2002 Mar 19, 2003 May 13, 2003 Mar. 02, 2004 Mar. 10, 2004 Apr. 19, 2005 Mar. 14, 2006 Apr. 04, 2006 Mar. 25, 2008 May 05, 2009

H: (6-7-0) A: (3-10-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas

L, 3-9 L, 1-6 W, 5-4 L, 3-5 W, 11-10 L, 7-19 L, 1-7 L, 5-14 L, 5-7 L, 12-13 L, 6-9 L, 8-11 L, 3-11 L, 2-7 L, 6-10 W, 15-5 W, 10-5 W, 10-7 W, 11-9 W, 5-4 W, 18-12 L, 6-11 L, 0-8 L, 3-4 L, 5-6 W, 8-5

Oklahoma Baptist (1-0-0) Mar. 22, 1990

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 4-0

Oklahoma City (2-1-0)

H: (2-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Mar. 04, 1984 Arlington, Texas Mar. 04, 1984 Arlington, Texas Mar. 08, 1988 Arlington, Texas

W, 7-4 L, 0-5 W, 16-15

Oklahoma State (5-16-0) Mar. 10, 1987 Feb. 27, 1988 Feb. 27, 1988 Mar. 09, 1989 Mar. 06, 1990 Apr. 17, 1990 Apr. 18, 1990 Apr. 23, 1991 Feb. 16, 1992 Mar. 10, 1993 Mar. 17, 1993 Feb. 19, 1994 Feb. 15, 1995 Mar. 12, 2002 Mar. 25, 2003 Mar. 23, 2004 Apr. 13, 2004 Mar. 21, 2006 Mar. 06, 2007 Apr. 15, 2008 Apr. 28, 2009

H: (5-5-0) A: (0-9-0) N: (0-2-0) Arlington, Texas Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Arlington, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Stillwater, Okla.

L, 5-9 L, 5-7 L, 2-7 L, 5-15 L, 7-13 L, 2-6 L, 5-8 L, 5-10 W, 5-3 W, 26-13 L, 3-17 W, 6-4 L, 2-4 L, 2-6 L, 2-3 L, 6-7 W, 1-0 L, 3-8 L, 1-19 W, 7-3 L, 2-6

Oral Roberts (19-37-0)

H: (17-21-0) A: (1-14-0) N: (1-2-0) Feb. 27, 1976 Arlington, Texas W, 6-4 Feb. 27, 1976 Arlington, Texas W, 5-3 Feb. 28, 1976 Arlington, Texas W, 9-1 Feb. 26, 1977 Arlington, Texas L, 0-5 Feb. 26, 1977 Arlington, Texas L, 5-12 Feb. 28, 1978 Arlington, Texas L, 8-16 Mar. 01, 1978 Arlington, Texas L, 7-11 Feb. 26, 1979 Arlington, Texas W, 1-0 Feb. 26, 1979 Arlington, Texas L, 5-10 Apr. 14, 1979 Tulsa, Okla. W, 3-2 Apr. 14, 1979 Tulsa, Okla. L, 3-4 Apr. 15, 1979 Tulsa, Okla. L, 0-8 Feb. 29, 1980 Arlington, Texas L, 4-12 Feb. 27, 1981 Arlington, Texas L, 3-4 Mar. 02, 1981 Arlington, Texas L, 3-7 Feb. 25, 1983 Arlington, Texas L, 5-6 Feb. 25, 1983 Arlington, Texas W, 3-2 Feb. 26, 1983 Arlington, Texas L, 0-3 Feb. 23, 1984 Arlington, Texas W, 5-2 Feb. 25, 1984 Arlington, Texas W, 9-6 Feb. 25, 1984 Arlington, Texas L, 1-3 Feb. 20, 1985 Arlington, Texas W, 9-8 Feb. 21, 1985 Arlington, Texas L, 1-3 Feb. 21, 1985 Arlington, Texas W, 3-2 Feb. 21, 1986 Arlington, Texas L, 5-14 Feb. 21, 1986 Arlington, Texas W, 8-3 Feb. 22, 1986 Arlington, Texas W, 8-4 Feb. 22, 1986 Arlington, Texas W, 5-4 Feb. 19, 1987 Arlington, Texas L, 1-8 Feb. 20, 1987 Tulsa, Okla. L, 4-10 Apr. 11, 1987 Tulsa, Okla. L, 3-9 Apr. 10, 1987 Tulsa, Okla. L, 2-10 Feb. 26, 1988 Lafayette, La. W, 8-1 Apr. 15, 1994 Arlington, Texas W, 8-3 Apr. 16, 1994 Arlington, Texas L, 1-2 May 03,1994 Tulsa, Okla. L, 3-6 Feb. 28, 1995 Arlington, Texas W, 9-4 Apr. 14, 1995 Tulsa, Okla. L, 3-4 Apr. 15, 1995 Tulsa, Okla. L, 3-4 Apr. 15, 1995 Tulsa, Okla. L, 1-2 Feb. 15, 1998 Arlington, Texas L, 1-9 Feb. 26, 1999 Laredo, Texas L, 4-9 Feb. 26, 1999 Arlington, Texas W, 5-3 Mar. 10, 1999 Arlington, Texas L, 2-5 Feb. 23, 2000 Arlington, Texas L, 1-8 Apr. 25, 2000 Tulsa, Okla. L, 5-6 Feb. 18, 2001 Arlington, Texas W, 6-4 Mar. 20, 2001 Tulsa, Okla. L, 4-8 Apr. 10, 2001 Arlington, Texas L, 1-7 Mar. 09, 2002 Arlington, Texas L, 3-7 Apr. 09, 2002 Tulsa, Okla. L, 0-4 Feb. 17, 2006 Arlington, Texas W, 7-5 Feb. 24, 2006 Midland, Texas L, 7-8 Mar. 28, 2006 Tulsa, Okla. L, 1-13 Mar. 08, 2008 Arlington, Texas L, 1-10 Apr. 07, 2009 Tulsa, Okla. L, 7-9 (10)

Oregon State (1-1-0) Mar. 24, 1993 Feb. 20, 2004

H: (1-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 13-9 L, 0-7

Plano University (6-3-0) Mar. 23, 1971 Mar. 23, 1971 Mar. 26, 1971 Feb. 15, 1975 Mar. 08, 1975 Mar. 08, 1975

H: (5-2-0) A: (1-1-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Plano, Texas Plano, Texas

W, 8-7 W, 10-0 W, 14-6 L, 6-8 L, 2-3 W, 1-0

Apr. 01, 1975 Feb. 18, 1976 Feb. 18, 1976

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 3-2 W, 9-4 L, 2-16

Prairie View A&M (2-0-0) Apr. 05, 1987 Apr. 05, 1987

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 9-0 W, 9-0

Quincy (Ill.) (3-0-0) Mar. 09, 1987 Mar. 12, 1987 Mar. 12, 1987

H: (3-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Feb. 11, 1984 Feb. 11, 1984 Feb. 12, 1984 Feb. 28, 1987 Feb. 28, 1987 May 25, 2001 May 27, 2001 Feb. 24, 2002 Feb, 23, 2003

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-9-0) N: (0-0-0) Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas

Apr. 01, 1980 Apr. 01, 1980

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 8-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-0

Rice (0-9-0)

L, 0-1 L, 1-5 L, 8-15 L, 7-10 L, 4-11 L, 4-11 L, 2-14 L, 4-8 L, 0-1

Rockford (2-0-0)

W, 3-0 W, 3-2

St. Edward’s (2-2-0) Mar. 11, 1979 Mar. 11, 1979 Apr. 23, 1986 Apr. 23, 1986

H: (2-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 7-3 W, 6-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-4

St. Francis (16-4-0) Mar. 27, 1986 Mar. 13, 1987 Mar. 13, 1988 Mar. 15, 1988 Mar. 11, 1989 Mar. 11, 1989 Mar. 14, 1989 Mar. 23, 1990 Mar. 24, 1990 Mar. 26, 1991 Mar. 11, 1992 Mar. 11, 1992 Mar. 03, 1993 Mar. 03, 1993 Mar. 08, 1995 Mar. 08, 1995 Mar. 13, 1996 Mar. 19, 1997 Mar. 18, 1998 Mar. 16, 1999

H: (16-4-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Mar. 18, 1986 Mar. 19, 1986 Mar. 20, 1986 Mar. 06, 2004

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-2-0) Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 5-4 W, 10-3 W, 9-5 W, 6-5 W, 9-6 W, 8-6 W, 7-4 L, 4-5 L, 1-9 W, 7-6 L, 1-2 W, 6-0 W, 5-1 W, 9-3 L, 0-3 W, 17-7 W, 7-4 W, 13-0 W, 5-0 W, 9-1

St. John’s (2-2-0)

L, 3-12 W, 8-7 L, 5-6 W, 17-5

2010 Maverick Baseball

Mar. 17, 1996 Mar. 15, 1997 Mar. 15, 1997 Mar. 16, 1997 Apr. 25, 1998 Apr. 25, 1998 Apr. 26, 1998 May 01, 1999 May 01, 1999 May 02, 1999 Apr. 29, 2000 Apr. 29, 2000 Apr. 30, 2000 Apr. 21, 2001 Apr. 21, 2001 Apr. 22, 2001 Apr. 06, 2002 Apr. 07, 2002 Mar. 28, 2003 Mar. 29, 2003 Mar. 30, 2003 Apr. 09, 2004 Apr. 10, 2004 Apr. 11, 2004 Apr. 29, 2005 Apr. 30, 2005 May 01, 2005 Mar. 24, 2006 Mar. 25, 2006 Mar. 26, 2006 May 05, 2007 May 05, 2007 May 06, 2007 May 02, 2008 May 03, 2008 May 04, 2008 Mar. 28, 2009 Mar. 28, 2009 Mar. 29, 2009

Sam Houston State (41-47-0)

H: (25-19-0) A: (16-25-0) N: (0-3-0) Apr. 13, 1971 Arlington, Texas L, 0-6 Apr. 13, 1971 Arlington, Texas L, 1-2 Apr. 11, 1972 Huntsville, Texas L, 1-3 Apr. 11, 1972 Huntsville, Texas L, 2-5 Mar. 18, 1977 Arlington, Texas L, 1-7 Mar. 18, 1977 Arlington, Texas L, 0-2 Apr. 26, 1978 Arlington, Texas W, 7-3 Apr. 26, 1978 Arlington, Texas W, 7-6 Feb. 27, 1979 Huntsville, Texas W, 8-1 Feb. 27, 1979 Huntsville, Texas W, 12-8 Mar. 01, 1987 Huntsville, Texas L, 0-3 Mar. 01, 1987 Huntsville, Texas L, 3-4 Mar. 08, 1987 Arlington, Texas W, 9-6 Mar. 08, 1987 Arlington, Texas W, 1-0 Apr. 23, 1988 Arlington, Texas L, 4-11 Apr. 23, 1988 Arlington, Texas W, 15-2 Apr. 24, 1988 Arlington, Texas L, 8-10 Apr. 22, 1989 Huntsville, Texas L, 3-7 Apr. 22, 1989 Huntsville, Texas L, 4-5 Apr. 23, 1989 Huntsville, Texas L, 2-4 Apr. 29, 1990 Arlington, Texas W, 1-0 Apr. 29, 1990 Arlington, Texas W, 7-1 Mar. 18, 1991 Huntsville, Texas L, 10-11 Mar. 18, 1991 Huntsville, Texas W, 7-4 Apr. 25, 1992 Arlington, Texas W, 7-4 Apr. 25, 1992 Arlington, Texas L, 3-13 Apr. 26, 1992 Arlington, Texas W, 12-4 Apr. 24, 1993 Huntsville, Texas L, 6-7 Apr. 24, 1993 Huntsville, Texas W, 6-2 Apr. 25, 1993 Huntsville, Texas W, 8-7 May 15, 1993 Natchitoches, La. L, 1-4 May 17, 1993 Natchitoches, La. L, 1-6

83

The University of Texas at Arlington

2010 Maverick Baseball

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Mar. 26, 1994 Mar. 27, 1994 Mar. 27, 1994 Mar. 25, 1995 Mar. 25, 1995 Mar. 26, 1995 Mar. 30, 1996 Mar. 30, 1996 Apr. 01, 1996 May 10, 1996 May 11, 1996 May 11, 1996 Mar. 28, 1997 Mar. 28, 1997 Mar. 29, 1997 May 03, 1997 May 03, 1997 May 04, 1997 May 14, 1997 Mar. 14, 1998 Mar. 14, 1998 Mar. 14, 1998 Mar. 02, 1999 Mar. 27, 1999 Mar. 27, 1999 Mar. 28, 1999 Apr. 01, 2000 Apr. 01, 2000 Apr. 02, 2000 Apr. 07, 2001 Apr. 07, 2001 Apr. 08, 2001 Mar. 16, 2002 Mar. 16, 2002 Mar. 17, 2002 May 09, 2003 May 10, 2003 May 11, 2003 Mar. 19, 2004 Mar. 20, 2004 Mar. 21, 2004 Mar. 25, 2005 Mar. 26, 2005 Mar. 27, 2005 May 05, 2006 May 06, 2006 May 07, 2006 Mar. 30, 2007 Mar. 30, 2007 Apr. 01, 2007 Apr. 04, 2008 Apr. 05, 2008 Apr. 06, 2008 Mar. 06, 2009 Mar. 07, 2009 Mar. 08, 2009

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Monroe, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas Huntsville, Texas

L, 1-10 W, 11-10 W, 10-3 W, 2-1 L, 3-4 W, 5-0 L, 1-3 W, 8-5 L, 4-16 W, 9-0 W, 7-0 W, 9-0 L, 2-5 L, 0-5 L, 2-4 L, 2-5 L, 8-13 W, 11-6 L, 3-12 L, 3-4 W, 7-6 W, 7-5 L, 1-12 W, 11-8 L, 2-6 W, 10-9 W, 6-1 L, 9-10 L, 2-6 L, 0-2 W, 8-3 L, 8-9 L, 6-8 W, 6-5 W, 12-4 W, 11-4 L, 7-8 L, 3-8 W, 11-2 L, 1-2 W, 6-1 W, 7-4 W, 7-6 W, 4-2 L, 4-9 W, 7-6 W, 9-3 L, 2-3 L, 5-7 L, 3-10 W, 17-7 L, 5-6 W, 6-5 L, 2-8 L, 5-7 L, 5-7

Schreiner (4-0-0) Apr. 05, 1985 Apr. 05, 1985 Apr. 06, 1985 Apr. 06, 1985

H: (4-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Feb. 22, 2009 Feb. 23, 2009

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Mar. 23, 1970 Mar. 23, 1970 Mar. 09, 1971 Mar. 09, 1971 Apr. 04, 1972 Apr. 04, 1972 Apr. 03, 1973 Apr. 09, 1974 Apr. 16, 1974 Feb. 19, 1975 Feb. 19, 1975 Feb. 22, 1976 Feb. 22, 1976 Feb. 22, 1977 Feb. 22, 1977 Apr. 19, 1977 Apr, 19, 1977 Feb. 23, 1978 Feb. 23, 1978 Apr. 12, 1978 Apr. 12, 1978 Feb. 23, 1979 Feb. 24, 1979 Apr. 03, 1979 Apr. 03, 1979 Apr. 24, 1979 Mar. 11, 1980 Mar. 11, 1980 Apr. 08, 1980 Apr. 08, 1980

H: (10-5-0) A: (4-9-0) N: (1-1-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 8-5 W, 7-6 W, 15-5 W, 10-1

Siena (2-0-0)

W, 13-0 W, 12-1

SMU (15-15-0)

84

W, 8-1 W, 6-4 W, 7-5 L, 3-15 L, 5-6 L, 2-3 W, 5-1 L, 5-13 L, 4-5 L, 2-3 W, 4-0 W, 7-1 W, 5-0 L, 6-7 L, 4-10 L, 5-8 L, 5-9 W, 8-4 L, 3-5 W, 8-2 W, 7-0 W, 9-3 L, 8-9 W, 4-3 L, 2-11 W, 6-3 L, 2-4 L, 2-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-1

South Dakota State (2-0-0) Mar. 25, 1985 Mar. 25, 1985

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 19-1 W, 14-2

L, 4-6

Southeastern Louisiana (19-17-0) Mar. 08, 1998 Mar. 08, 1998 Mar. 20, 1999 Mar. 20, 1999 Mar. 21, 1999 Apr. 08, 2000 Apr. 08, 2000 Apr. 09, 2000 Apr. 01, 2001 Apr. 01, 2001 Apr. 02, 2001 Mar. 29, 2002 Mar. 29, 2002 Mar. 30, 2002 Mar. 21, 2003 Mar. 23, 2003 Mar. 23, 2003 Apr. 02, 2004 Apr. 03, 2004 Apr. 04, 2004 May 13, 2005 May 14, 2005 May 15, 2005 Apr. 28, 2006 Apr. 29, 2006 Apr. 30, 2006 Apr. 20, 2007 Apr. 21, 2007 Apr. 22, 2007 Apr. 18, 2008 Apr. 19, 2008 Apr. 20, 2008 May 22, 2008 Apr. 03, 2009 Apr. 04, 2009 Apr. 05, 2009

H: (11-7-0) A: (8-9-0) N: (0-1-0) Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 5-7 W, 13-11 L, 3-4 W, 4-1 W, 9-7 L, 0-1 W, 11-4 W, 3-2 L, 1-6 W, 11-1 W, 7-3 L, 4-14 W, 16-8 W, 6-3 W, 11-1 W, 9-4 W, 8-0 W, 8-5 L, 2-3 W, 5-4 L, 2-4 W, 6-5 L, 2-4 W, 10-8 L, 7-9 L, 4-11 L, 3-6 L, 4-7 L, 5-6 W, 2-1 W, 8-5 L, 2-6 L, 3-7 L, 6-8 L, 0-1 W, 9-0

Southeastern Oklahoma (6-17-0) Mar. 13, 1969 Apr. 22, 1969 Mar. 27, 1970 Mar. 27, 1970 Apr. 14, 1970 Mar. 20, 1971 Mar. 20, 1971 Apr. 27, 1971 Apr. 27, 1971 Mar. 21, 1972 Mar. 21, 1972 Apr. 18, 1972 Apr. 18, 1972 Mar. 09, 1977 Mar. 09, 1977 Mar. 19, 1977 Mar. 19, 1977 Mar. 09, 1980 Mar. 09, 1980 Mar. 16, 1982 Mar. 16, 1982 Mar. 19, 1986 Mar. 21, 1986

H: (3-10-0) A: (1-5-0) N: (2-2-0) Arlington, Texas Durant, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Durant, Okla. Durant, Okla. Durant, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Durant, Okla. Durant, Okla. Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas

L, 4-5 L, 3-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-4 L, 3-6 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 L, 3-4 L, 0-3 L, 0-5 L, 4-13 L, 0-13 L, 3-4 L, 3-6 W, 3-1 L, 3-4 W, 8-4 L, 2-3

Southwestern Oklahoma (4-2-0) Mar. 10, 1981 Mar. 10, 1981 Mar. 11, 1981 Mar. 11, 1981 Mar. 13, 1982 Mar. 13, 1982

H: (4-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 4-6 W, 7-2 W, 4-3 L, 7-8 W, 8-4 W, 5-1

Southwestern Univ. (TX) (13-9-0) Mar. 03, 1972 Mar. 03, 1972 Mar. 25, 1972 Mar. 25, 1972 Mar. 05, 1973 Mar. 05, 1973 Mar, 02, 1974 Mar. 02, 1974 Mar. 09, 1974 Mar. 09, 1974 Mar. 01, 1975 Mar. 01, 1975 Mar. 10, 1975 Mar. 10, 1975 Mar. 06, 1976 Apr. 06, 1976 Feb. 27, 1978 Feb. 27, 1978

H: (11-2-0) A: (2-7-0) N: (0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas Arlington, Texas Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas Georgetown, Texas

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 12-8 L, 9-13 W, 4-0 W, 9-1

Stephen F. Austin (26-15-0)

South Florida (0-1-0)

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Feb. 22, 2002 Houston, Texas

Mar. 10, 1979 Mar. 10, 1979 Apr. 20, 1987 Apr. 20, 1987

W, 4-0 W, 5-4 L, 2-5 W, 5-1 W, 7-0 W, 3-1 W, 6-2 W, 6-3 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 L, 4-7 W, 4-2 L, 1-4 L, 1-2 W, 5-4 L, 6-7 L, 8-13 L, 3-8

H: (13-6-0) A: (12-8-0) N: (1-1-0) Mar. 01, 1986 Arlington, Texas L, 4-7 Mar. 01, 1986 Arlington, Texas L, 7-9 Apr. 23, 1987 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 3-2 Apr. 23, 1987 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 9-11 Apr. 09, 1988 Arlington, Texas W, 5-2 Apr. 09, 1988 Arlington, Texas L, 7-8 Apr. 10, 1988 Arlington, Texas W, 11-10 Apr. 08, 1989 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 8-4 Apr. 08, 1989 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 5-1 Apr. 09, 1989 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 9-5 Apr. 07, 1990 Arlington, Texas W, 2-1 Apr. 07, 1990 Arlington, Texas W, 4-1 Apr. 08, 1990 Arlington, Texas W, 6-5 Apr. 07, 1991 Arlington, Texas W, 12-3 Apr. 07, 1991 Arlington, Texas L, 5-7 May 02, 1992 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 3-1 May 02, 1992 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 5-0 May 03, 1992 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 9-11 May 01, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 9-3 May 01, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 10-6 May 02, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 14-1 Apr. 23, 1994 Arlington, Texas L, 1-11 Apr. 23, 1994 Arlington, Texas W, 3-0 Apr. 24, 1994 Arlington, Texas W, 3-0 Apr. 22, 1995 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 6-0 Apr. 24, 1995 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 16-0 Apr. 24, 1995 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 14-5 Mar. 31, 2006 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 6-0 Apr. 01, 2006 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 2-0 Apr. 02, 2006 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 5-3 May 11, 2007 Arlington, Texas L, 1-12 May 12, 2007 Arlington, Texas W, 8-4 May 13, 2007 Arlington, Texas L, 4-14 May 09, 2008 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 2-7 May 10, 2008 Nacogdoches, Texas W, 13-5 May 11, 2008 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 1-9 Feb. 27, 2009 Edinburg, Texas L, 6-12 Apr. 24, 2009 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 4-6 Apr. 25, 2009 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 2-5 Apr. 26, 2009 Nacogdoches, Texas L, 3-4 (10) May 21, 2009 Corpus Christi, Texas W, 7-4

Stetson (1-0-0)

Feb. 22, 2003

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (1-0-0) Houston, Texas

W, 6-3

Sul Ross State (2-0-0) Mar. 20, 1985 Mar. 20, 1985

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 8-3 W, 11-2

Tarleton State (15-2-0) Mar. 04, 1969 Apr. 03, 1969 Mar. 27, 1989 Apr. 10, 1990 Apr. 15, 1990 Mar. 05, 1991 Feb. 27, 1992 Apr. 28, 1993 Apr. 27, 1994 Apr. 26, 1995 Apr. 02, 1996 Apr. 23, 1997 Apr. 14, 1998 Apr. 13, 1999 Mar. 29, 2000 Apr. 04, 2001 Apr. 03, 2002

H: (15-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Stephenville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 2-4 W, 6-5 W, 6-1 W, 7-2 W, 11-1 W, 6-2 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 5-3 W, 10-7 W, 3-2 W, 14-13 L, 1-13 W, 9-7 W, 3-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-6

TCU (53-86-1)

H: (32-32-1) A: (19-53-0) N: (2-1-0) Mar. 07, 1969 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 26, 1969 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 07, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 07, 1970 Arlington, Texas Apr. 13, 1970 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 05, 1971 Arlington, Texas Mar. 05, 1971 Arlington, Texas Mar. 06, 1971 Arlington, Texas Mar. 06, 1971 Arlington, Texas Feb. 22, 1972 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 22, 1972 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 16, 1973 Arlington, Texas Feb. 16, 1973 Arlington, Texas Feb. 19, 1973 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 19, 1973 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 16, 1974 Arlington, Texas Feb. 16, 1974 Arlington, Texas Feb. 19, 1974 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 19, 1974 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 25, 1975 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 25, 1975 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 26, 1975 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 26, 1975 Fort Worth, Texas

L, 2-18 L, 5-11 W, 8-7 L, 0-3 L, 2-7 L, 2-6 L, 0-9 W, 3-2 L, 1-9 L, 0-1 L, 1-4 W, 2-1 L, 1-6 L, 2-3 W, 8-2 L, 0-5 L, 3-4 W, 3-0 L, 3-6 L, 0-4 L, 0-2 L, 6-12 L, 5-6

Feb. 20, 1976 Feb. 20, 1976 Mar. 01, 1976 Mar. 02, 1976 Feb. 28, 1977 Mar. 01, 1977 Mar. 08, 1977 Mar. 08, 1977 Feb. 26, 1978 Feb. 26, 1978 Mar. 02, 1978 Mar. 02, 1978 Apr. 27, 1978 Mar. 14, 1979 Mar. 14, 1979 Feb. 22, 1980 Feb. 22, 1980 Mar. 26, 1980 Mar. 26, 1980 Feb. 24, 1981 Feb. 24, 1981 Mar. 17, 1981 Mar. 17, 1981 Feb. 23, 1982 Feb. 23, 1982 Apr. 06, 1982 Apr. 06, 1982 Feb. 26, 1983 Apr. 20, 1983 Apr. 26, 1983 Mar. 03, 1984 Mar. 03, 1984 Apr. 03, 1984 Apr. 17, 1984 Feb. 26, 1985 Feb. 28, 1985 Apr. 03, 1985 Apr. 09, 1985 Feb. 26, 1986 Mar. 10, 1986 Mar. 25, 1986 Apr. 15, 1986 Feb. 25, 1987 Feb. 25, 1987 Mar. 04, 1987 Mar. 04, 1987 Apr. 14, 1987 Apr. 15, 1987 Mar. 09, 1988 Mar. 30, 1988 Apr. 27, 1988 Apr. 11, 1989 Apr. 18, 1989 Mar. 01, 1990 May 01, 1990 Apr. 02, 1991 Apr. 09, 1991 Feb. 01, 1992 Mar. 03, 1992 Apr. 14, 1992 Apr. 21, 1992 Feb. 09, 1993 Feb. 19, 1993 Feb. 05, 1994 Feb. 06, 1994 Apr. 25, 1994 Feb. 22, 1995 Apr. 25, 1995 Mar. 26, 1996 Mar. 26, 1996 Apr. 30, 1996 Feb. 07, 1997 Apr. 15, 1997 Apr. 22, 1997 May 09, 1997 Feb. 01, 1998 Feb. 02, 1998 Feb. 26, 1998 Mar. 24, 1998 Apr. 22, 1998 Feb. 05, 1999 Feb. 16, 1999 Mar. 23, 1999 Apr. 07, 1999 May 05, 1999 Feb. 08, 2000 Feb. 10, 2000 Feb. 11, 2000 Mar. 13, 2001 Apr. 12, 2001 May 12, 2001 May 12, 2001 May 13, 2001 Feb. 12, 2002 Mar. 01, 2002 Mar. 04, 2002 Apr. 23, 2002 May 14, 2002 Feb. 02, 2003 Feb. 11, 2003 Mar. 01, 2003 Mar. 02, 2003 Mar. 03, 2003

Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Laredo, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas* Fort Worth, Texas*

L, 0-10 W, 6-3 W, 4-2 L, 8-13 L, 0-4 L, 3-14 L, 5-6 W, 6-4 L, 1-13 W, 3-2 W, 12-10 W, 8-7 T, 2-2 W, 10-1 L, 2-6 L, 7-10 L, 4-13 L, 6-9 L, 3-5 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 L, 3-4 L, 3-9 L, 3-4 W, 10-8 W, 10-9 W, 6-4 W, 5-4 L, 7-14 L, 1-6 W, 7-0 W, 7-3 L, 8-17 L, 6-8 L, 6-7 L, 2-11 W, 10-6 L, 8-9 L, 10-11 W, 5-4 W, 5-3 L, 5-7 W, 4-0 L, 4-5 W, 7-5 L, 1-2 W, 12-8 W, 17-15 W, 3-1 W, 19-6 L, 3-9 L, 10-11 L, 8-12 L, 7-15 W, 13-4 W, 4-3 L, 5-8 W, 4-3 W, 10-5 W, 15-2 W, 4-3 L, 7-10 L, 5-9 L, 7-8 L, 6-14 L, 2-4 W, 1-0 L, 2-8 L, 3-7 W, 5-2 L, 1-13 L, 2-24 L, 1-6 L, 2-6 L, 6-9 W, 9-6 L, 0-22 W, 8-4 W, 7-3 L, 5-7 L, 3-17 L, 12-15 L, 5-23 L, 8-10 L, 3-11 W, 3-2 L, 9-13 W, 12-4 W, 5-3 L, 4-6 L, 3-4 W, 8-4 W, 10-7 W, 5-3 W, 7-3 L, 12-23 W, 15-1 L, 3-6 W, 5-3 L, 4-11 L, 3-4 W, 10-6 W, 13-1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Feb. 17, 2004 Mar. 07, 2004 Apr. 14, 2004 Apr. 05, 2005 May 03, 2005 Apr. 25, 2006 May 16, 2006 Mar. 14, 2007 Mar. 20, 2007 May 15, 2007 Mar. 04, 2008 Apr. 30, 2008 Mar. 03, 2009 Apr. 01, 2009 * - neutral site

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

W, 11-0 W, 8-7 L, 3-4 L, 2-11 L, 3-12 L, 6-16 L, 5-8 L, 5-11 L, 6-10 L, 7-14 L, 2-3 L, 2-5 L, 3-11 L, 1-2

Texas (16-53-0)

Texas A&M (7-21-0) Feb. 09, 1990 Feb. 10, 1990 Feb. 10, 1990 Mar. 19, 1991 Mar. 19, 1991 Mar. 31, 1992 Apr. 06, 1993 Apr. 20, 1993 Feb. 07, 1995 Feb. 07, 1995 Feb. 20, 1996 Feb. 20, 1996 Feb. 11, 1997

H:(5-4-0) A: (2-17-0) N: (0-0-0) College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas

L, 2-3 L, 3-5 L, 0-6 L, 2-5 L, 5-7 L, 2-8 W, 8-6 L, 2-4 L, 3-7 L, 4-5 L, 2-9 W, 4-3 W, 5-4

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College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Arlington, Texas College Station, Texas

L, 5-6 L, 6-10 L, 0-8 L, 0-12 L, 1-7 W, 6-3 L, 5-15 L, 6-7 W, 5-4 W, 6-4 L, 3-14 L, 5-9 L, 0-12 W, 16-8 L, 8-11

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (10-6-0) Mar. 12, 2004 Mar. 13, 2004 Mar. 13, 2004 Feb. 04, 2005 Mar. 15, 2005 Mar. 15, 2005 Mar. 17, 2005 May 17, 2007 May 18, 2007 May 19, 2007 May 15, 2008 May 16, 2008 May 17, 2008 May 01, 2009 May 02, 2009 May 03, 2009

H: (8-1-0) A: (1-5-0) N: (1-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Edinburg, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 11-4 L, 5-12 W, 18-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-6 L, 7-15 L, 5-10 L, 8-10 L, 1-5 L, 4-5 W, 6-5 W, 6-4 W, 7-5 W, 4-3 W, 10-4 W, 14-4

Texas Southern (4-0-0) Mar. 05, 1985 Mar. 05, 1985 Mar. 15, 1992 Mar. 15, 1992

H: (4-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 15-1 W, 5-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0

Texas State (32-47-0)

H: (16-19-0) A: (13-23-0) N: (3-5-0) May 02, 1988 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 29, 1989 Arlington, Texas Apr. 29, 1989 Arlington, Texas Apr. 30, 1989 Arlington, Texas Apr. 21, 1990 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 21, 1990 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 22, 1990 San Marcos, Texas Mar. 23, 1991 Arlington, Texas Mar. 23, 1991 Arlington, Texas Mar. 24, 1991 Arlington, Texas Apr. 11, 1992 Arlington, Texas Apr. 11, 1992 Arlington, Texas Apr. 12, 1992 Arlington, Texas Apr. 09, 1993 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 09, 1993 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 10, 1993 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 09, 1994 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 09, 1994 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 10, 1994 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 08, 1995 Arlington, Texas Apr. 08, 1995 Arlington, Texas Apr. 09, 1995 Arlington, Texas Apr. 06, 1996 Arlington, Texas Apr. 07, 1996 Arlington, Texas Apr. 07, 1996 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 1996 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 20, 1996 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 21, 1996 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 06, 1997 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 06, 1997 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 07, 1997 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 19, 1997 Arlington, Texas Apr. 19, 1997 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 1997 Arlington, Texas May 14, 1997 San Marcos, Texas May 15, 1997 San Marcos, Texas May 02, 1998 San Marcos, Texas May 02, 1998 San Marcos, Texas May 03, 1998 San Marcos, Texas Mar. 06, 1999 Arlington, Texas Mar. 06, 1999 Arlington, Texas Mar. 07, 1999 Arlington, Texas May 18, 1999 Monroe, La. May 18, 1999 Monroe, La. Apr. 21, 2000 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 22, 2000 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 22, 2000 San Marcos, Texas Mar. 10, 2001 Arlington, Texas Mar. 10, 2001 Arlington, Texas May 16, 2001 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 19, 2002 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 20, 2002 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 21, 2002 San Marcos, Texas May 23, 2002 Beaumont, Texas Apr. 18, 2003 Arlington, Texas Apr. 19, 2003 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 2003 Arlington, Texas Apr. 23, 2004 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 24, 2004 San Marcos, Texas Apr. 25, 2004 San Marcos, Texas

May 26, 2004 Feb. 06, 2005 Apr. 08, 2005 Apr. 09, 2005 Apr. 10, 2005 May 12, 2006 May 13, 2006 May 14, 2006 May 24, 2006 Mar. 23, 2007 Mar. 24, 2007 Mar. 25, 2007 Mar. 20, 2008 Mar. 21, 2008 Mar. 22, 2008 May 21, 2008 Feb. 21, 2009 May 14, 2009 May 15, 2009

Hammond, La. Edinburg, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas San Marcos, Texas San Marcos, Texas San Marcos, Texas Beaumont, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas San Marcos, Texas San Marcos, Texas San Marcos, Texas Huntsville, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 9-7 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 8-4 L, 1-13 W, 7-5 L, 5-6 L, 0-6 L, 3-9 L, 1-8 L, 3-7 L, 6-7 W, 6-5 L, 9-10 L, 4-13 L, 2-22 L, 6-8 L, 6-8 W, 14-6

Texas Tech (4-15-0) Feb. 20, 1982 Feb. 20, 1982 Feb. 21, 1982 Feb. 21, 1982 Mar. 09, 1990 Mar. 11, 1990 Apr. 13, 1994 Apr. 11, 1995 Apr. 12, 1995 Apr. 18, 1995 Apr. 19, 1995 Mar. 19, 1996 Mar. 20, 1996 Apr. 23, 1996 Apr. 24, 1996 Mar. 30, 1999 Mar. 01, 2005 Mar. 29, 2005 Feb. 24, 2006

H: (4-5-0) A: (0-7-0) N: (0-3-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lubbock, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Arlington, Texas Midland, Texas

W, 4-3 W, 6-5 W, 1-0 W, 6-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-6 L, 5-12 L, 1-4 L, 4-6 L, 8-9 L, 9-10 L, 1-3 L, 4-10 L, 4-11 L, 3-8 L, 3-8 L, 0-8 L, 4-5 L, 7-15

Texas Wesleyan (44-30-0)

W, 6-0 L, 6-8 W, 8-4 L, 0-9 W, 9-0 L, 3-11 W, 8-6 W, 12-1 W, 4-1 L, 7-8 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 13-2 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 W, 22-7 W, 16-7 W, 7-5 W, 13-12 W, 4-3 L, 1-4 W, 11-2 L, 6-7 W, 5-3 L, 0-4 L, 4-5 L, 5-8 W, 13-4 L, 1-3 L, 0-1 L, 8-12 L, 2-7 L, 4-8 W, 12-11 W, 11-10 L, 1-14 L, 9-10 L, 3-10 L, 4-6 L, 5-17 L, 8-11 W, 9-8 L, 4-6 L, 7-9 L, 1-2 L, 5-8 L, 7-9 W, 5-0 L, 5-7 W, 7-6 L, 6-7 L, 4-6 L, 11-15 L, 0-4 W, 8-2 L, 3-6 L, 2-5 L, 5-6 L, 6-7 W, 5-2

H: (35-13-0) A: (9-17-0) N: (0-0-0) Apr. 08, 1969 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 29, 1969 Arlington, Texas Mar. 24, 1970 Arlington, Texas Mar. 10, 1971 Arlington, Texas Mar. 18, 1971 Arlington, Texas Mar. 30, 1971 Arlington, Texas Apr. 06, 1971 Arlington, Texas Feb. 29, 1972 Arlington, Texas Feb. 29, 1972 Arlington, Texas Mar. 26, 1973 Arlington, Texas Apr. 04, 1973 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 18, 1974 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 03, 1974 Arlington, Texas Mar. 05, 1975 Arlington, Texas Apr. 09, 1975 Fort Worth Texas Mar. 01, 1976 Arlington, Texas Mar. 03, 1976 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 29, 1976 Arlington, Texas Apr. 05, 1976 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 28, 1977 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 1977 Arlington, Texas Feb. 29, 1977 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 05, 1978 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 05, 1978 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 28, 1978 Arlington, Texas Mar. 28, 1978 Arlington, Texas Apr. 19, 1978 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 19, 1978 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 23, 1980 Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 23, 1980 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 07, 1980 Arlington, Texas Mar. 07, 1980 Arlington, Texas Mar. 14, 1981 Arlington, Texas Mar. 14, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 08, 1981 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 08, 1981 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 02, 1982 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 02, 1982 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 31, 1982 Arlington, Texas Mar. 31, 1982 Arlington, Texas Apr. 14, 1982 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 14, 1982 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 28, 1982 Arlington, Texas Mar. 12, 1983 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 12, 1983 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 22, 1983 Arlington, Texas Apr. 12, 1983 Arlington, Texas Mar. 07, 1984 Arlington, Texas Mar. 28, 1984 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 11, 1984 Arlington, Texas Apr. 25, 1984 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 24, 1987 Arlington, Texas Apr. 07, 1987 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 27, 1987 Arlington, Texas Apr. 28, 1987 Fort Worth, Texas Apr. 13, 1988 Arlington, Texas Apr. 20, 1988 Fort Worth, Texas Mar. 13, 1989 Arlington, Texas Mar. 03, 1990 Arlington, Texas

L, 6-7 L, 4-5 W, 5-2 W, 5-3 W, 6-5 W, 10-5 W, 8-2 L, 0-2 W, 5-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 6-3 L, 9-15 W, 6-3 L, 6-9 W, 7-2 L, 3-5 L, 5-13 W, 7-1 L, 2-3 L, 12-13 L, 3-13 L, 4-5 W, 4-2 W, 6-5 W, 5-3 L, 1-2 L, 4-8 L, 0-5 L, 5-6 L, 2-5 L, 1-7 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 2-4 L, 6-7 L, 3-4 W, 7-3 L, 2-10 W, 5-2 W, 10-7 L, 1-3 W, 6-5 L, 0-9 L, 5-13 L, 3-7 W, 15-9 L, 8-9 L, 7-10 W, 9-8 L, 10-18 W, 6-0 W, 9-7 W, 9-5 W, 9-1 W, 8-3 W, 14-1 W, 1-0 W, 17-0

Mar. 03, 1990 Apr. 10, 1991 Feb. 13, 1992 Feb. 22, 1993 Mar. 15, 1994 Apr. 01, 1997 Feb. 11, 1998 Apr. 27, 1999 Feb. 05, 2000 Feb. 06, 2000 Feb. 03, 2001 Feb. 04, 2001 May 05, 2002 May 05, 2002 May 06, 2003

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Apr. 19, 1969 Apr. 19, 1969 Apr. 17, 1970 Apr. 18, 1970 Apr. 18, 1970 May 07, 1971 May 08, 1971 May 08, 1971 Apr. 07, 1972 Apr. 08, 1972 Apr. 08, 1972 Feb. 23, 1973 Feb. 23, 1973

H: (2-8-0) A: (1-2-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

Mar. 16, 1987 Feb. 15, 2004 Feb. 15, 2004

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-3-0) N: (0-0-0) New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La.

L, 0-2 W, 12-9 W, 10-1 W, 5-4 W, 7-5 W, 1-0 W, 20-8 W, 14-4 W, 4-2 L, 0-8 W, 4-3 W, 8-1 W, 6-0 W, 9-3 W, 13-2

Trinity (3-10-0)

L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 4-5 L, 1-7 W, 1-0 W, 4-3 W, 5-4 L, 2-5 L, 4-8 L, 6-10 L, 3-8 L, 1-3 L, 1-10

Tulane (0-3-0)

L, 10-11 L, 3-10 L, 1-6

UNC-Asheville (0-1-0) Mar. 08, 2006

H: (0-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

L, 3-4

Union (Ky.) (1-0-0) Mar. 07, 1991

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 15-4

Union Univ. (Tenn.) (2-0-0) Mar. 24, 1975 Mar. 24, 1975

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 8-4 W, 4-3

UT-Pan American (20-25-0)

H: (17-7-0) A: (3-18-0) N: (0-0-0) Feb. 25, 1974 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 25, 1974 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 26, 1974 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 22, 1975 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 22, 1975 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 23, 1975 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 23, 1975 Edinburg, Texas Apr. 12, 1976 Edinburg, Texas Apr. 13, 1976 Edinburg, Texas Apr. 13, 1976 Edinburg, Texas Apr. 14, 1976 Edinburg, Texas Mar, 22, 1978 Edinburg, Texas Mar. 25, 1978 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 22, 1979 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 23, 1979 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 24, 1979 Edinburg, Texas Apr. 28, 1980 Arlington, Texas Apr. 28, 1980 Arlington, Texas Apr. 09, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 09, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 10, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 10, 1981 Arlington, Texas Apr. 03, 1982 Arlington, Texas Apr. 03, 1982 Arlington, Texas Apr. 04, 1982 Arlington, Texas Apr. 04, 1982 Arlington, Texas Apr. 06, 1983 Arlington, Texas Apr. 06, 1983 Arlington, Texas Mar. 18, 1986 Edinburg, Texas May 01, 1987 Arlington, Texas May 01, 1987 Arlington, Texas May 02, 1987 Arlington, Texas May 02, 1987 Arlington, Texas May 07, 1999 Arlington, Texas May 07, 1999 Arlington, Texas May 08, 1999 Arlington, Texas Mar. 16, 2004 Edinburg, Texas Mar. 17, 2004 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 05, 2005 Edinburg, Texas Feb. 25, 2005 Arlington, Texas Feb. 27, 2005 Arlington, Texas Feb. 27, 2005 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 2008 Arlington, Texas Apr. 01, 2008 Arlington, Texas Feb. 28, 2009 Edinburg, Texas

L, 0-3 L, 1-4 L, 7-18 L, 2-4 L, 1-11 L, 1-2 L, 0-9 L, 2-5 L, 3-14 L, 0-3 L, 0-4 L, 2-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-11 L, 0-5 L, 1-6 W, 3-2 L, 1-7 W, 7-3 L, 0-6 L, 2-5 W, 5-1 W, 4-0 W, 8-7 W, 7-2 W, 10-2 W, 9-8 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-6 W, 3-1 L, 5-6 L, 1-15 L, 0-9 L, 5-7 W, 13-5 L, 4-5 W, 13-0 W, 5-4 W, 12-2 W, 4-1 W, 11-1 W, 4-0

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H: (0-0-0) A: (16-52-0) N: (0-1-0) Mar. 20, 1981 Austin, Texas L, 1-7 Mar. 20, 1981 Austin, Texas W, 6-1 Mar. 21, 1981 Austin, Texas L, 7-8 Mar. 21, 1981 Austin, Texas L, 5-14 Mar. 07, 1982 Austin, Texas L, 1-4 Mar. 07, 1982 Austin, Texas L, 4-12 Mar. 08, 1982 Austin, Texas L, 3-10 Mar. 08, 1982 Austin, Texas L, 3-8 Feb. 19, 1983 Austin, Texas W, 10-6 Feb. 19, 1983 Austin, Texas L, 6-7 Feb. 20, 1983 Austin, Texas W, 8-5 Feb. 20, 1983 Austin, Texas L, 0-6 Feb. 18, 1984 Austin, Texas L, 0-7 Feb. 18, 1984 Austin, Texas L, 0-14 Feb. 19, 1984 Austin, Texas L, 2-3 Feb. 19, 1984 Austin, Texas L, 7-12 Feb. 16, 1985 Austin, Texas L, 0-13 Feb. 16, 1985 Austin, Texas W, 14-13 Feb. 17, 1985 Austin, Texas W, 7-1 Feb. 17, 1985 Austin, Texas L, 6-18 Feb. 15, 1986 Austin, Texas L, 1-4 Feb. 15, 1986 Austin, Texas L, 1-7 Feb. 16, 1986 Austin, Texas L, 0-13 Feb. 16, 1986 Austin, Texas L, 0-7 Feb. 14, 1987 Austin, Texas L, 2-7 Feb. 14, 1987 Austin, Texas L, 6-7 Feb. 15, 1987 Austin, Texas L, 5-9 Feb. 15, 1987 Austin, Texas L, 8-12 Feb. 20, 1988 Austin, Texas L, 0-3 Feb. 20, 1988 Austin, Texas L, 6-13 Feb. 21, 1988 Austin, Texas L, 3-9 Feb. 21, 1988 Austin, Texas L, 3-13 Feb. 21, 1989 Austin, Texas W, 2-0 Feb. 21, 1989 Austin, Texas L, 10-18 Feb. 27, 1990 Austin, Texas L, 1-15 Feb. 27, 1990 Austin, Texas L, 1-3 May 25, 1990 Austin, Texas L, 8-9 Feb. 12, 1991 Austin, Texas W, 5-3 Feb. 12, 1991 Austin, Texas L, 3-10 Mar. 28, 1992 Austin, Texas L, 2-4 Mar. 28, 1992 Austin, Texas W, 5-4 Mar. 29, 1992 Austin, Texas L, 2-7 May 23, 1992 Austin, Texas L, 1-17 Feb. 26, 1993 Austin, Texas L, 4-7 Feb. 27, 1993 Austin, Texas L, 6-8 Feb. 24, 1994 Austin, Texas L, 1-5 Feb. 26, 1994 Austin, Texas W, 9-8 Feb. 27, 1994 Austin, Texas L, 2-5 Feb. 23, 1996 Austin, Texas L, 2-9 Feb. 24, 1996 Austin, Texas W, 25-19 Feb. 25, 1996 Austin, Texas L, 6-18 Feb. 02, 1997 Austin, Texas W, 9-4 Feb. 02, 1997 Austin, Texas L, 7-11 Feb. 03, 1997 Austin, Texas L, 4-8 Apr. 04, 1998 Austin, Texas W, 12-11 Feb. 02, 1999 Austin, Texas L, 6-9 Feb. 03, 1999 Austin, Texas L, 3-9 Feb. 01, 2000 Austin, Texas W, 3-1 Feb. 02, 2000 Austin, Texas L, 0-7 Jan. 30, 2001 Austin, Texas W, 7-4 Feb. 09, 2003 Austin, Texas L, 2-8 Feb. 09, 2003 Austin, Texas L, 3-11 Feb. 10, 2003 Austin, Texas L, 6-8 Feb. 22, 2005 Austin, Texas L, 4-5 Apr. 11, 2006 Austin, Texas W, 6-3 Jun. 02, 2006 Austin, Texas L, 1-9 Feb. 06, 2007 Round Rock, Texas L, 4-9 Apr. 16, 2008 Austin, Texas W, 4-3 Feb. 24, 2009 Austin, Texas L, 3-4 (10)

Feb. 11, 1997 Feb. 15, 1998 Feb. 20, 1999 Feb. 20, 1999 Feb. 21, 1999 May 01, 2001 Mar. 05, 2002 Apr. 15, 2003 Apr. 20, 2004 Mar. 08, 2005 Feb. 21, 2006 Feb. 20, 2007 Mar. 18, 2008 May 13, 2008 Mar. 24, 2009

UTEP (1-0-0)

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N:(0-0-0) Mar. 13, 1983 Arlington, Texas

W, 6-5

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H: (21-12-0) A: (10-14-0) N: (4-0-0) Mar. 13, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 3-2 Mar. 13, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 8-0 Mar. 14, 1993 Arlington, Texas W, 7-6 Mar. 12, 1994 San Antonio, Texas L, 1-3 Mar. 12, 1994 San Antonio, Texas L, 2-9 Mar. 13, 1994 San Antonio, Texas L, 2-3 Mar. 11, 1995 Arlington, Texas W, 8-3 Mar. 11, 1995 Arlington, Texas L, 1-3 Mar. 12, 1995 Arlington, Texas L, 1-4 Apr. 13, 1996 Arlington, Texas L, 2-15 Apr. 13, 1996 Arlington, Texas L, 1-6 Apr. 14, 1996 Arlington, Texas W, 9-1 Apr. 27, 1996 San Antonio, Texas L, 2-6 Apr. 27, 1996 San Antonio, Texas L, 7-16 Apr. 28, 1996 San Antonio, Texas W, 25-18 Apr. 12, 1997 San Antonio, Texas W, 11-4 Apr. 12, 1997 San Antonio, Texas L, 5-6 Apr. 13, 1997 San Antonio, Texas L, 0-2 Apr. 27, 1997 Arlington, Texas W, 2-0 Apr. 28, 1997 Arlington, Texas W, 3-2 Apr. 28, 1997 Arlington, Texas L, 2-4 Apr. 04, 1998 Arlington, Texas L, 3-4 Apr. 04, 1998 Arlington, Texas W, 10-7 Apr. 05, 1998 Arlington, Texas W, 5-4 Apr. 02, 1999 San Antonio, Texas L, 5-10 Apr. 02, 1999 San Antonio, Texas L, 5-13 Apr. 03, 1999 San Antonio, Texas W, 9-2 May 16, 1999 Monroe, La. W, 4-0 May 17, 1999 Monroe, La. W, 7-3 Mar. 25, 2000 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 Mar. 25, 2000 Arlington, Texas L, 2-9 Mar. 26, 2000 Arlington, Texas W, 7-4 Mar. 24, 2001 San Antonio, Texas W, 2-0 Mar. 24, 2001 San Antonio, Texas W, 10-7 Mar. 25, 2001 San Antonio, Texas L, 4-14 May 17, 2001 Beaumont, Texas W, 6-2 May 17, 2002 Arlington, Texas W, 13-0 May 18, 2002 Arlington, Texas W, 4-3 May 18, 2002 Arlington, Texas W, 14-7 Apr. 11, 2003 San Antonio, Texas W, 17-4 Apr. 12, 2003 San Antonio, Texas W, 12-6 Apr. 13, 2003 San Antonio, Texas W, 12-3 May 20, 2004 Arlington, Texas W, 6-5 May 21, 2004 Arlington, Texas W, 9-2 May 22, 2004 Arlington, Texas W, 2-1 Apr. 15, 2005 San Antonio, Texas L, 4-12 Apr. 16, 2005 San Antonio, Texas W, 9-3 Apr. 17, 2005 San Antonio, Texas L, 10-16 Apr. 21, 2006 Arlington, Texas L, 2-5 Apr. 22, 2006 Arlington, Texas L, 0-7 Apr. 23, 2006 Arlington, Texas W, 5-3 May 26, 2006 Beaumont, Texas W, 2-1 Apr. 05, 2007 Arlington, Texas L, 3-6 Apr. 06, 2007 Arlington, Texas W, 9-3 Apr. 07, 2007 Arlington, Texas L, 0-12 Mar. 28, 2008 San Antonio, Texas L, 3-5 Mar. 29, 2008 San Antonio, Texas L, 2-8 Mar. 30, 2008 San Antonio, Texas W, 14-7 Mar. 14, 2009 Arlington, Texas W, 5-3 Mar. 15, 2009 Arlington, Texas L, 2-3 Mar. 15, 2009 Arlington, Texas W, 3-2 (10)

Mar. 10, 1978 Mar. 12, 1980 Mar. 12, 1980 Mar. 10, 1982 Mar. 10, 1982 Mar. 08, 1984 Mar. 08, 1984

Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 9-1 W, 3-2 W, 6-4 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 18-7 W, 11-1

Wisconsin-Eau Claire (5-0-0) Mar. 14, 1988 Mar. 14, 1988 Mar. 16, 1988 Mar. 23, 1989 Mar. 23, 1989

H: (5-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 12-0 W, 13-1 W, 12-3 W, 5-4 W, 9-0

Wisconsin Superior (1-0-0) Mar. 07, 1987

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 20-3

Yale (1-0-0)

Mar. 18, 1999

H: (1-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas

W, 6-1

Washington (0-1-0) Mar. 02, 2006

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-1-0) Honolulu, Hawai’i

L, 5-6

Washington State (1-1-0) Feb. 20. 2000 Feb. 21, 2000

H: (1-1-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 3-7 W, 5-4

Wayne State (Neb.) (2-0-0) Mar. 12, 1981 Mar. 12, 1981

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 8-2 W, 9-0

West Texas State (2-2-0) Mar. 05, 1970 Mar. 05, 1970 Feb. 26, 1971 Feb. 26, 1971

H: (2-2-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

L, 0-2 L, 1-3 W, 8-7 W, 7-6

Wichita State (0-5-0) May 06, 1992 May 07, 1992 Apr. 19, 1994 Apr. 20, 1994 Apr. 12, 2000

H: (0-0-0) A: (0-5-0) N: (0-0-0) Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan.

L, 3-4 L, 1-8 L, 6-7 L, 3-11 L, 3-8

William Jewell (Mo.) (2-0-0) Mar. 17, 1982 Mar. 17, 1982

H: (2-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 7-6 W, 1-0

William Penn (Iowa) (10-0-0) Mar. 09, 1978 Mar. 09, 1978 Mar. 10, 1978

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H: (10-0-0) A: (0-0-0) N: (0-0-0) Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas

W, 2-1 W, 10-6 W, 11-1

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1st Meeting Last Meeting Central Arkansas 2009 2009 Lamar 1969 2009 McNeese State 1973 2009 Nicholls 1984 2009 Northwestern State 1988 2009 Sam Houston State 1971 2009 Southeastern Louisiana 1998 2009 Stephen F. Austin 1986 2009 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2004 2009 Texas State 1988 2009 UTSA 1993 2009 Totals

W-L-T 3-0 37-70 56-55 33-23 38-38 41-47 19-17 26-15 10-6 32-47 35-26 330-344

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1995 2006

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ATLANTIC SUN Stetson Totals

2003

2003

1-0 1-0

BIG TEN Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan State Minnesota Northwestern Totals

2005 1978 1995 1978 1987 1989

2009 1981 1997 1978 2009 2007

4-3 2-1 1-2 1-1 3-0 4-1 15-8

BIG 12 Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Totals

1973 1985 1977 1983 1989 1972 1987 1981 1990 1982

2009 2001 2000 2006 2007 2009 2009 2009 2009 2006

29-74 5-3 6-6 2-4 1-2 9-17 5-16 16-53 7-21 4-15 84-211

BIG EAST St. John’s South Florida Totals

1986 2002

2004 2002

2-2 0-1 2-3

BIG SOUTH UNC-Asheville Totals

2006

CONFERENCE USA Houston Rice SMU Tulane UTEP Totals

1989 1984 1970 1987 1983

2007 2003 1980 2004 1983

1-5 0-9 15-15 0-3 1-0 17-32

IVY LEAGUE Cornell Yale Totals

1974 1999

1997 1999

7-2 1-0 8-2

METRO ATLANTIC Siena Totals

2009

2009

2-0 2-0

2006

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1975 1973

1978 1988

2-6 4-2 6-8

MISSOURI VALLEY Bradley Creighton Evansville Illinois State Missouri State Wichita State Totals

1977 1973 1995 2007 1985 1992

1977 1992 1995 2007 2008 2000

1-0 2-2 2-1 1-0 6-5 0-5 12-13

MOUNTAIN WEST Air Force BYU New Mexico TCU Totals

2002 N/A 1994 1969

2002 N/A 2007 2009

1-0 0-0 5-5 53-86-1 59-91-1

PAC 10 Arizona State Oregon State Washington Washington State Totals

2001 1993 2006 2000

2001 2004 2006 2000

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

SOUTHEASTERN Alabama Arkansas LSU Mississippi Totals

2008 1997 1987 2003

2008 2006 1987 2003

2-0 1-7 0-2 1-0 4-9

SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC Grambling 2002 Prairie View A&M 1987 Texas Southern 1985 Totals

2002 1987 1992

1-0 2-0 4-0 7-0

SUN BELT Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe North Texas Totals

1980 1969 1972 1985 1976

2009 2005 2002 2009 1988

4-1 35-33 13-20 38-25 21-1 111-80

THE SUMMIT Centenary Oral Roberts Totals

1970 1976

2004 2009

24-4 19-37 43-41

WEST COAST Gonzaga Totals

2007

2007

0-1 0-1

WESTERN ATHLETIC Hawai’i Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Nevada Totals

2006 1972 1991 2008

2006 2008 2007 2008

1-0 46-41 2-1 0-1 49-43

INDEPENDENTS Dallas Baptist Houston Baptist North Dakota State South Dakota State UT-Pan American Totals

1969 1998 1981 1985 1974

2008 2008 1981 1985 2009

27-26 0-2 4-0 2-0 20-25 53-53

OTHERS Abilene Christian Austin College Bishop College Briar Cliff (Iowa) Cameron Carthage (Wis.) Central Iowa College of the Southwest Dallas East Central University (Okla.) East Texas Baptist Emporia State Fort Hays State Hardin Simmons Hawai’i-Hilo Howard Payne Incarnate Ward Iowa Wesleyan J.F. Kennedy (Neb.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Lambuth (Tenn.) Mary Hardin Baylor Maryville State (N.D.) Midwestern State Minnesota State Mankato Missouri Western Morningside (Iowa) Mount Mercy (Iowa) Northwood Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma Christian Oklahoma City Plano Quincy (Ill.) Rockford (Ill.) St. Edward’s St. Francis (Ill.) Schreiner Southeastern Oklahoma Southwestern Oklahoma Southwestern Univ. (TX) Sul Ross State Tarleton State Texas Wesleyan Trinity Union (Ky.) Union Univ. (Tenn.) Wayne State (Neb.) West Texas State William Jewell (Mo.) William Penn (Iowa) Wisconsin-Eau Clarie Wisconsin-Superior

1969 1969 1972 1984 1990 1980 1983 1992 1969 1980 1994 1972 1971 1970 2006 1990 1994 2009 1975 1980 1986 1981 1984 1976 1985 1990 1978 1984 1989 1990 N/A 1984 1971 1987 1980 1979 1986 1985 1969 1981 1972 1985 1969 1969 1969 1991 1975 1981 1970 1982 1978 1988 1987

Total

1995 1980 1977 1989 1998 1989 1985 1993 1980 1991 1994 1987 1974 1991 2006 1997 1994 2009 1975 1982 1986 1987 1984 1981 1985 1990 1978 1984 2009 1990 N/A 1988 1976 1987 1980 1986 1999 1985 1982 1982 1987 1985 2002 2003 1973 1991 1975 1981 1971 1982 1984 1989 1987

14-6 5-1 6-0 8-1 9-1 7-1 4-0 6-0 25-1 5-0 1-0 10-7 2-4 23-14 2-0 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-1 3-0 0-1 8-1 2-0 7-1 0-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 6-2 1-0 0-0 2-1 6-3 3-0 2-0 2-2 16-4 4-0 6-17 4-2 13-9 2-0 15-2 44-30 3-10 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-2 2-0 10-0 5-0 1-0 311-128

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MID-AMERICAN Central Michigan Kent State Totals

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SEASON REVIEW OTTEMAN NAMED SABR METROPLEX PLAYER OF THE YEAR Senior Matt Otteman received the 2009 Howard Green SABR Metroplex Collegiate Player of the Year award on Wednesday, Sept. 2, at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington prior to the Rangers game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Otteman, the 17th recipient of the award, is just the second Maverick to claim the honor (Hunter Pence, 2004). Otteman returned to the Metroplex a day before receiving the award, just after helping lead his professional team to the Arizona Rookie League championship. Otteman, who signed a free agent contract with the Seattle Mariners as a right-handed pitcher on June 25, pitched in 16 games and recorded a 1.88 ERA with 28 strikeouts and just five walks in 24.0 innings.

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CHOICE AMONG ELITE FOR TEAM USA IN CHAMPIONSHIP SUMMER Michael Choice helped lead the USA Baseball National Team (Collegiate) to the World Baseball Challenge championship with an 8-1 victory over Germany in the title game on Sunday, July 26, at Citizens Field in Prince George, British Columbia. Choice crushed his third home run of the tournament in the championship game on his way to being named All-Tournament Team. Choice was also awarded the World Baseball Challenge Home Run Hitting Award for leading all players in the tourney with three long balls. Choice had an impressive summer with Team USA ranking fifth on the team with a .350 batting average and recording 21 base hits, 13 runs, three doubles, three home runs and 13 RBI in 23 games played (18 starts). Choice hit safely in 12 games and posted multiple hits on six occasions. SIX MAVERICKS DRAFTED/SIGN FREE AGENT CONTRACTS WITH MLB TEAMS The UT Arlington pitching staff led the SLC in ERA during the 2009 season and in the months following the season six Maverick pitchers were either drafted or signed free agent contracts with Major League Baseball organizations. Nathan Long was the first Maverick to be taken in the 2009 draft as the Oakland Athletics selected Long with the 783rd overall pick in the 26th round. Rett Varner was taken on the final day of the draft with the 1,040th overall pick in the 34th round by the Chicago Cubs. Varner did not sign with the Cubs as he opted to return to the Mavericks program for his redshirt junior season in 2010. The following three months, four Mavericks signed free agent deals as Andy Sauter (Milwaukee Brewers), Matt Otteman (Seattle Mariners), Andrew Kainer (Florida Marlins) and Tim Steggall (Texas Rangers) all joined the professional ranks. Ironically, Otteman, Kainer and Steggall, who all were everyday starters for the Mavericks in the field, signed contracts as pitchers. In fact, Kainer and Steggall combined threw only one inning in 2009, as Kainer made two appearances while throwing one inning and Steggall never made an appearance on the hill. UTA TRIO NAMED ABCA SOUTH CENTRAL ALL-REGION Matt Otteman, Andrew Kainer and Michael Choice were all selected ABCA South Central All-Region after the trio had a record-breaking season in 2009. All three batted above .400 on the season, marking the first time in UTA history any set of teammates hit over the .400 mark. In fact, only three batters in UTA history prior to the 2009 campaign had hit .400 in a single-season. Otteman led the conference batting .432 (second in school history) while Kainer batted .417 and Choice hit .413. OTTEMAN NAMED SECOND TEAM PING! ALL-AMERICAN Matt Otteman was named a second team PING! All-American, and he was one of just three utility players in the country selected to the first two teams. MAVERICKS LEAD SLC WITH FOUR ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS Matt Otteman was named a 2009 SLC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and he was one of four Mavericks to be named to the SLC Baseball AllAcademic Teams. Otteman (exercise science) was a first team selection while relief pitchers Adam Boydston (history) and Ryan Martin (political science) and outfielder Collin Garner (mechanical engineering) were named to the second team. UTA led the league with four All-Academic team picks.

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SEASON REVIEW UTA LEADS SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE IN ERA AND FIELDING PERCENTAGE The UT Arlington pitching staff led the Southland Conference with a 4.38 ERA and the Mavericks defense tied for the top fielding percentage in the league with a .971 percentage. The only other time UTA has led the league in ERA was in 1988 (4.59) and their 4.38 ERA in 2009 marked the lowest team total since 2004 (4.03). The Mavs had three pitchers rank inside the top 10 in the conference (Nathan Long, 3.76 – 6th; Ryan Robinson, 3.89 – 8th; Rett Varner, 3.95 – 9th). UTA has now led the conference in fielding four times (1993, 1995, 2005, 2009). The Mavs .971 percentage last season ranks third in school history. UTA’s 1993 and 2005 squads own the school record with .972 fielding percentages. OTTEMAN WINS BATTING CROWN, LONG LEADS SLC IN STRIKEOUTS Matt Otteman won the Southland Conference batting crown with a .432 average and also led the league with eight triples. Otteman became the eighth UTA hitter to win an SLC batting crown with a .432 average (95-for-220). It is the second highest average in school history (Trey Hillman, .442 – 1985) and third highest batting average in SLC history. His season average is the best by a Southland hitter in 16 years, following Northwestern State’s Kyle Shade who set the SLC record with a .453 average in 1993. Otteman’s eight triples rank second in school history (Rusty Jones, 11 – 1979) and is the third highest season total in the SLC since 1998. Nathan Long led the league and broke a school record with 104 strikeouts. His record-setting strikeout came on his final pitch of the season in the SLC Tournament in a victory against Stephen F. Austin for his eighth strikeout of the game. Long’s season-strikeout total was 18 more than the next highest on the SLC chart (Red Patterson, 86 – UTSA). It is the first time a UTA pitcher has led the conference in strikeouts since Doug Myres posted a leagueleading 82 in 1986.

MAVS WIN 20 GAMES AT CLAY GOULD BALLPARK UTA posted a 20-7 record at Clay Gould Ballpark marking just the third time a Maverick team had won 20 home games since 1994 and the first time with at least 20 wins at Clay Gould Ballpark since 2004 (21-11). UTA recorded a .741 winning percentage on their home field which is the third highest percentage over the past 16 seasons. The Mavs won four games over ranked opponents at home with a 12-5 win against No. 25 Minnesota (3/18), a 5-4 win over No. 7 Baylor (4/14), an 8-5 victory over No. 17 Oklahoma (5/5) and a 14-6 win against No. 25 Texas State (5/15). KAINER AND LONG NAMED TO NATIONAL ALL-STAR LINEUP Andrew Kainer and Nathan Long were named to the College Baseball Foundation’s National All-Star lineup during the season. Kainer received his award after a week that included breaking the SLC hitting streak record (36 games), going 4-for-4 against Lamar and breaking the school’s single-season doubles record (23). Long was named to the national all-star lineup after striking out 15 batters – the most by an SLC pitcher in 2009 – against Nicholls in Thibodaux. His strikeout total was one shy of the school record set by Roger Lancaster in 1997 against UTSA.

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LONG, CHOICE, KAINER, OTTEMAN NAMED FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE For the first time since 1992 four UT Arlington players were named first team All-Southland Conference as Matt Otteman (OF), Andrew Kainer (DH), Nathan Long (P) and Michael Choice (OF) were all named to the first team. Senior Ryan Robinson was selected third team and sophomore catcher Chad Comer was an honorable mention pick. The four first team selections were the most by any team in the conference and it was the first time since 2006 (Adam Moore) the Mavs had a first-team honoree. It was Choice’s second All-Conference selection while each other player received recognition for the first time.

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SEASON REVIEW KAINER’S RECORD-BREAKING HIT STREAK SNAPPED AT 36 GAMES Andrew Kainer’s UTA and Southland Conference hitting streak record was snapped at 36 games a day after going 4-for-4 and breaking the UTA single-season doubles record (23). Kainer went hitless against Lamar (May 9) ending his streak that began two months before. His streak began on March 7, during game two of the Mavs’ first conference series at Sam Houston State. His 36-game streak included a .455 (66-for-145) batting average, 29 runs scored, 19 doubles, three home runs, 35 RBI, nine walks and 13 stolen bases. He posted 21 multi-hit games during the streak, including seven games with three or more hits. In addition, Kainer’s streak spanned 38 team games, due to Kainer not recording an official plate appearance during the Mavs’ 10-inning, 6-5 win over Nicholls (3/29). Kainer left that game in the bottom of the first inning after diving for a ball in the right-center field gap and left the game due to an injury. Kainer then sat out the following game on the road at TCU (4/1). KNOCKING OFF BIG 12 OPPONENTS IN ARLINGTON UT Arlington defeated a pair of ranked-Big 12 opponents in 2009 in games played at Clay Gould Ballpark. The Mavs knocked off No. 17 Oklahoma 8-5 (5/5) and No. 7 Baylor 5-4 (4/14). Dating back to 2008, UTA has won four of its last five at home against Big 12 teams.

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MAVS MAKE SCHOOL HISTORY SWEEPING FOURTH SLC SERIES UT Arlington made school history sweeping its fourth SLC series with three wins over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in Arlington (May 1-3). Several times during the 41-year history of UTA baseball the Mavs had swept three conference series, but never had a UTA team swept four SLC series in one season. In only nine weekend series, UTA swept three-game series from Northwestern State, Nicholls, Central Arkansas and Texas A&MCorpus Christi. 700 HOME WINS FOR MAVERICKS UT Arlington won its 700th all-time game at home on Saturday, May 2, with a 10-4 victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. UTA enters the 2010 season with a 703-395 (.640) all-time home record. THOMAS COLLECTS CAREER WIN NO. 50 UT Arlington head coach Darin Thomas won his 50th career game with a 4-3 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Friday, May 1. Thomas is the third Maverick coach to record his 50th career victory during his second season as head coach. No. 1 – 1-0 vs. UALR (Feb. 22, 2008) No. 25 – 6-4 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 16, 2008) No. 50 – 4-3 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 1, 2009) CHOICE BECOMES 6TH MAVERICK TO HIT FOR CYCLE Michael Choice became the sixth UTA player to hit for the cycle on Tuesday, April 21. He went 4-for-4 with three runs and five RBI against Northwood at Clay Gould Ballpark. He accomplished the rare feat by hitting a triple down the left-field line in the first, hitting a line-drive double in the left-center gap in the fifth, a single to left field in the sixth and completed the cycle with a line-drive home run to left field in the eighth.

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UTA COACHES WINNING 50 CAREER GAMES Head Coach Game Record at 50 wins Jeff Curtis ________ 94 ___ 50-44 (2nd season) Clay Gould _______ 94 ___ 50-44( 2nd season) Fred Matthews ____ 96 ____ 50-46 (3rd season) Darin Thomas _____ 102 ___ 50-52 (2nd season) Butch McBroom ___ 107 ____ 50-57 (3rd season)

UTA PLAYERS TO HIT FOR THE CYCLE Name Opponent Date Michael Choice __ vs. Northwood ______4/21/09 Kyle Thomason __ vs. NWLA __________3/11/06 Ian Gutierrez ____ vs. TCU _____________4/7/99 Rahn Smith _____ vs. TX Wesleyan _____2/11/98 Clay Gould _____ vs. Oklahoma State __3/10/93 Karl Heckendorn _ vs. Nicholls __________3/7/93

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SEASON REVIEW RARE COMPANY Andrew Kainer and Matt Otteman were only the third set of teammates in the NCAA during the 2009 season to each have a 20-game hit streak. Kainer broke the UTA and SLC record with a 36-game streak while Otteman had the longest hitting streak in the nation to start the season and tied the then-UTA school record with a 26-game streak to start the season. Cal Poly and UT Martin also had teammates who recorded a 20-game hit streak during the 2009 season. FIRST TIME SINCE 1994 UT Arlington swept two straight Southland Conference road series, taking three from Nicholls (3/28-30) and sweeping their first ever meeting at Central Arkansas (4/17-19). The last time UTA swept back-to-back conference road series was in 1994 against Texas State and LouisianaMonroe. WIN OVER BAYLOR MARKS 22 OVER TOP 10 TEAMS UT Arlington has won 22 games over teams that have been ranked in the top 10 in the nation at the time of the contest. The Mavs added to that total in 2009 with a 5-4 victory over Baylor (No. 7 – Baseball America) on April 14, at Clay Gould Ballpark. Last season, the Mavs grabbed a 16-8 victory over then-No. 7 Texas A&M in Arlington (May 13).

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4/14/09 – vs. #7 Baylor – 5-4 5/13/08 – vs. #7 Texas A&M – 16-8 4/11/06 - @ #6 Texas – 6-3 3/08/05 - @ #9 Texas A&M – 6-4 2/15/05 - @ #8 Baylor – 9-6 1/26/01 - @ #6 Arizona State – 5-3 2/19/94 – vs. #6 Oklahoma State – 6-4 4/06/93 – vs. #2 Texas A&M – 8-6 3/10/93 – vs. #8 Oklahoma State – 26-13 3/28/92 - @ #5 Texas – 5-4 2/21/89 - @ #7 Texas – 2-0 3/05/88 – vs. #10 Oklahoma – 5-4 3/06/88 – vs. #10 Oklahoma – 11-10 2/16/85 - @ #3 Texas – 14-13 2/17/85 - @ #3 Texas – 7-1 2/19/83 - @ #1 Texas – 10-6 2/20/83 - @ #1 Texas – 8-5 3/20/81 - @ #5 Texas – 6-1 2/27/76 – vs. #7 Oral Roberts – 6-4 2/27/76 – vs. #7 Oral Roberts – 5-3 2/28/76 – vs. #7 Oral Roberts – 9-1 2/20/76 - @ #10 TCU – 3-0

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SEASON REVIEW THREE MAVS EARN FOUR SLC HITTER/PITCHER OF THE WEEK SELECTIONS UT Arlington had three players earn four Southland Conference Hitter/Pitcher of the Week selections throughout the season. Michael Choice was named Hitter of the Week on Feb. 24 – following the first week of the season – and on April 13. Andy Sauter (Mar. 23) and Nathan Long (Mar. 30) received SLC Pitcher of the Week honors in back-to-back weeks. NATHAN LONG NAMED A NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK Nathan Long’s 15 strikeout performance against Nicholls (3/30) earned him a Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week selection by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. He became the first Maverick to be named a National Player of the Week since 2003 when current Arizona Diamondback infielder Ryan Roberts was named a Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week (3/10/03). UTA RECORDS 1,100TH ALL-TIME WIN UT Arlington’s 6-5 victory in game-one of the Mavs’ doubleheader sweep against Nicholls (3/28) marked the program’s 1,100th all-time. The UTA baseball program started in 1969.

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SWEEPING THE NICHOLLS COLONELS The Mavs’ three wins against Nicholls marked their first sweep over the Colonels in Thibodaux since 1999, and their first sweep over Nicholls since 2006 when they won three games in Arlington. UTA has only swept Nicholls three times in their 19-year SLC history. FIRST TIME SINCE 1996... UTA shutout Northwestern State in games one and three of their three-game series, marking the first time since 1996 that UTA has shutout a conference opponent twice in a home series. In 1996, UTA tallied three shutouts at home against Sam Houston State (9-0, 7-0, 9-0). The last time the Mavs had two shutouts in a conference series came on the road in 2006 against Stephen F. Austin (Game 1: 6-0; Game 2: 2-0). FIRST TIME IN OVER 25 YEARS... The Mavericks swept No. 25 Minnesota in a two-game series (6-2, 12-5), marking the first time UTA has swept a top 25 opponent in over 25 years. MAVERICKS IN HOME OPENERS The Mavericks improved to 27-14 all-time in home openers. Since 2000, the Mavs are 7-3 in home openers, with three straight dating back to 2007. Last season’s 1-0 shutout over UALR marked the Mavs’ fourth home-opening shutout, with the other most recent shutout coming in 2004 against TCU (11-0). MAVERICKS ON OPENING DAY UT Arlington improved to 19-22 all-time on Opening Day, with a 5-4 victory over Arkansas State at Clay Gould Ballpark in 2009. Since 2000, the Mavs have won eight of their last 11 season-openers at home, including three of the last four. The most consecutive season-openers the Mavs have won is three (1981-83) while winning five of six openers from 1978-1983.

Michael Choice (left), Matt Otteman (center) and Andrew Kainer (right) all batted ablove .400 during 2009

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UT Arlington 5, Arkansas State 4 February 20, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Arkansas State (0-1) 400 000 000 4 7 0 UT Arlington (1-0) 000 050 00X 5 9 3 W: Mitchell (1-0); L: Benes (0-1); S: Sauter (1) Attendance: 379, Time: 2:35; Temp: 67° Highlights: UT Arlington won its second straight Opening Day contest. Mavericks are now 19-22 in season openers and 10-8 when opening at home... Michael Choice hit a three-run homer and Chad Comer followed with a two-run RBI single to right field to give the Mavs a 5-4 lead. Starter Jason Mitchell settled down allowing one base hit after the first inning. Andy Sauter pitched the final three innings to earn the save.

UT Arlington 13, Siena 0 February 22, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Siena (1-2) 000 000 000 0 3 2 UT Arlington (2-1) 0 0 1 1 0(11) 0 0 X 13 14 0 W: Varner (1-0); L: Moberg (0-1) Attendance: 329, Time: 2:29; Temp: 55° Highlights: After taking an early 2-0 lead UTA scored 11 runs in the sixth inning on seven base hits to secure a victory against Siena. Sophomore Rett Varner pitched six scoreless innings and combined with three Maverick relievers for the shutout. It was the first shutout for the Mavs in the UTA/Hilton Invitational since 2002 (2-0 vs. Air Force). First baseman Ryan Davis led the Mavericks going 3-for-3 with three RBI.

UT Arlington 12, Siena 1 February 23, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Siena (1-3) 000 000 100 1 4 3 UT Arlington (3-1) 3 1 0 2 2 1 3 0 X 12 18 1 W: Clementz (1-0); L: Poplawski (0-1) Attendance: 166, Time: 2:10; Temp: 64° Highlights: Senior Drew Clementz pitched seven innings to earn his first victory of the season while Michael Choice went 4-for-5 with four RBI to lead the Mavs. Blake Holt hit his first home run to start the Mavericks off in the bottom of the first and Andrew Kainer also hit an opposite-field home run. UTA finished the UTA/Hilton Invitational with a .361 team batting average, which was tops in the invitational.

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Stephen F. Austin 12, UT Arlington 6 February 27, 2009 - Edinburg Stadium - Edinburg, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (3-3) 000 101 400 6 8 2 Stephen F. Austin (2-3) 1 4 0 1 4 2 0 0 X 12 14 2 W: Gregersen (1-0); L: Varner (1-1) Attendance: 136, Time: 2:53; Temp: 98° Highlights: The Lumberjacks grabbed a 12-2 lead after six innings while cruising to a 12-6 victory in the first game of the Al Ogletree Classic. Five SFA hitters had multi-hit games as the Mavericks had five pitchers make an appearance. Michael Choice (2-for-5) and Matt Otteman (2-for-5) led the Mavericks offensively. Rett Varner earned the loss for UTA in his second start of the season.

UT Arlington 4, UT-Pan American 0 February 28, 2009 - Edinburg Stadium - Edinburg, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (4-3) 010 200 001 4 6 1 UT-Pan American (0-6) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 W: Long (1-1); L: Molina (0-2) Attendance: 335, Time: 2:45; Temp: 72° Highlights: Nathan Long pitched his second career complete-game shutout while holding host-UT-Pan American scoreless with seven strikeouts and just two walks allowed. Collin Garner drove in a run in the second and back-to-back walks that started the fourth inning both scored for UTA to help win its fourth game of the season. Matt Otteman (2-for4) and Jeff Storms (2-for-3) had two-hit games.

Illinois 3, UT Arlington 2 March 1, 2009 - Edinburg Stadium - Edinburg, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Illinois (5-1) 000 111 000 3 5 3 UT Arlington (4-4) 000 000 110 2 7 3 W: Reeser (1-0); L: Mitchell (1-2); S: Anderson (1) Attendance: 124, Time: 2:12; Temp: 50° Highlights: The game featured six errors as Illinois claimed the Al Ogletree Classic title. Jason Mitchell had a no-hitter through 4 2/3 innings until an infield hit broke up the no-hit bid. Illinois capitalized off three UTA errors in the middle innings to score three runs and held off a potential Mavericks' rally in the ninth. Pinch hitter Andrew Kainer hit a double to left field in the ninth but was left stranded on base.

# 11 TCU 11, UT Arlington 3 March 3, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E #11 TCU (6-1) 5 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 11 11 1 UT Arlington (4-5) 001 010 100 3 9 3 W: Holle (2-0); L: Robinson (0-1) Attendance: 437, Time: 3:05; Temp: 66° Highlights: TCU's first five batters reached base and scored as TCU picked up its 11th straight win over UTA. Michael Choice led UTA going 4-for-5, marking his second straight home game with four hits. Matt Otteman went 1-for-3 with two RBI while extending his hit streak to nine games. The Mavs used four relief pitchers, as Matt Dunn, Jeff Edlefsen, Brandon Endsley and Adam Boydston all made appearances.

UT Arlington 7, Iowa Wesleyan 1 March 5, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Iowa Wesleyan (9-9) 000 000 010 1 7 2 UT Arlington (5-5) 0 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 X 7 14 3 W: Clementz (2-0); L: Acevedo (2-1) Attendance: 214, Time: 2:01; Temp: 83° Highlights: Matt Otteman extended his hit streak to 10 games going 3-for-4 with two RBI. UTA recorded two multiple run innings with two in the second and three in the fifth. Senior Andrew Kainer also had three hits (3-for-4, RBI) to help the Mavericks end a two-game losing skid. Senior Drew Clementz earned his second win while throwing five innings with two strikeouts.

Sam Houston State 8, UT Arlington 2 March 6, 2009 - Don Sanders Stadium - Huntsville, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (5-6, 0-1) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 9 0 Sam Houston (8-4, 1-0) 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 2 X 8 10 0 W: Howard (2-0); L: Sauter (0-1); S: Weatherford (2) Attendance: 225, Time: 2:12; Temp: 80° Highlights: Sam Houston scored all eight of its runs between the fifth and eighth innings and UTA managed one run after the first in both team's SLC opener. Andy Sauter had a no-hitter through four innings but finished allowing six runs on seven hits. Matt Otteman carried his hit streak to 11 games (3-for-4). Michael Choice went 2-for-4 with an RBI. SHSU's 5-through-9 hole hitters combined to go 8-for-19.

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Texas State 8, UT Arlington 6 February 21, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Texas State (1-1) 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 8 12 3 UT Arlington (1-1) 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 6 12 3 W: Tritz (1-0); L: Long (0-1) Attendance: 439, Time: 3:03; Temp: 55° Highlights: The Mavericks and Bobcats combined left 23 runners on base, committed six errors and tallied 24 base hits in both team's second game of the season. Andrew Kainer and Evan Raley each hit their first home run of the season. Michael Choice (2-for-4), Tim Steggall (2-for-5), Matt Otteman (2-for-5), Shane Hopkins (2-for-4) and Evan Raley (2-for-4, 2 RBI) each had multi-hit games.

# 4 Texas 4, UT Arlington 3 February 24, 2009 - UFCU Disch-Falk - Austin, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UT Arlington (3-2) 000 000 020 1 380 #4 Texas (5-0) 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4131 W: A. Wood (2-0); L: Mitchell (1-1) Attendance: 4,857, Time: 2:42; Temp: 83° Highlights: Michael Choice hit a game-tying, two-run double in the top of the eighth inning as UT Arlington tied the game at 2-2. He then hit a solo homer to right-center field to give the Mavs a 3-2 lead going into the bottom of the 10th. The Mavericks weren't able to escape as the No. 4 Longhorns scored two runs in the bottom of the 10th to stay undefeated for the season.

Sam Houston State 7, UT Arlington 5 March 7, 2009 - Don Sanders Stadium - Huntsville, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (5-7, 0-2) 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 10 2 Sam Houston (9-4, 2-0) 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 X 7 14 0 W: Tepera (1-1); L: Martin (0-1) Attendance: 350, Time: 2:38; Temp: 80° Highlights: UTA scored all five of its runs in the sixth inning, sparked by a three-run, inside-the-park home by Jeff Storms which gave UTA a 5-3 lead. Sam Houston stormed back with three runs in the sixth inning off Nathan Long and reliever Ryan Martin to regain the lead. Matt Otteman continued his hit streak going 1-for-4, improving his streak to 12 games. Michael Choice went 2-for-3 and Chad Comer went 2-for-4.

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UT Arlington 3, UTSA 2 March 15, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UTSA (10-6, 3-3) 000 020 000 0 262 UT Arlington (7-10, 2-4) 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 9 1 W: Mitchell (2-3); L: Calhoon (2-1) Attendance: 433, Time: 2:47; Temp: 58° Highlights: With two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning, Matt Otteman singled up the middle to start a rally for UTA. Andrew Kainer followed with a single to right-center field that wasn’t fielded cleanly by UTSA center fielder Michael Rockett, which allowed Otteman to score from first base to give the Mavericks a 3-2 win in 10 innings to claim the series victory. Otteman improved his hit streak to 17 games.

UT Arlington 4, Northwestern State 2 March 21, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Northwestern State (10-8, 4-3) 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 11 2 UT Arlington (11-10, 4-4) 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 X 4 8 0 W: Long (2-1); L: Cooper (0-3); S: Boydston (3) Attendance: 396, Time: 2:15; Temp: 76° Highlights: Nathan Long won his second game of the season pitching 7 1/3 innings with a career-high 10 strikeouts. Matt Otteman singled through the right side in the third inning to extend his hit streak to 21 games. Tim Steggall had a multi-hit game (2-for-4) and Preston McCoy drove in a run and scored to help the Mavericks clinch their second straight Southland Conference series.

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UT Arlington 6, #25 Minnesota 2 March 17, 2009 - QuikTrip Park - Grand Prairie, Texas 123 456 789 R H E #25 Minnesota (10-5) 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 UT Arlington (8-10) 004 000 20X 6 7 0 W: Robinson (1-1); L: Klabunde (0-1); S: Boydston (1) Attendance: 446, Time: 2:22; Temp: 75° Highlights: After allowing the first two batters of the game to reach base and later score, Ryan Robinson retired the next 17 batters and finished with an eight-inning performance to win his first game of the season leading UTA to a victory over No. 25 Minnesota at the first-ever collegiate game played at QuikTrip Park. Matt Otteman led the Mavs’ offense going 2-for-4 with four RBI, extending his hit streak to 18 games.

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UT Arlington 16, Northwestern State 0 March 22, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Northwestern State (10-9, 4-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - 0 11 0 UT Arlington (12-10, 5-4) 3 9 0 2 2 0 X - - 16 17 0 W: Varner (2-1); L: Broughton (2-1) Attendance: 334, Time: 2:20; Temp: 70° Highlights: UTA scored a season-high 16 runs while finishing its three-game sweep over Northwestern State. Rett Varner (5.0 IP, 8 H, 1 BB, 3 K) led the Mavericks pitching staff that used three pitchers (Matt Otteman & Ryan Martin) to shutout the Demons for the second time in three days. The Mavericks pounded out 17 hits in the win with six players recording a multi-hit game.

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Sam Houston State 7, UT Arlington 5 March 8, 2009 - Don Sanders Stadium - Huntsville, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (5-8, 0-3) 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 5 9 1 Sam Houston (10-4, 3-0) 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 1 X 7 13 0 W: Shelton (4-0); L: Mitchell (1-3); S: Weatherford (3) Attendance: 255, Time: 2:39; Temp: 77° Highlights: A three-run home run by Ryan Davis gave UTA a 4-1 lead in the fifth inning. Sam Houston State answered scoring five runs, sparked by a pair of two-run homers in the sixth and seventh inning to come from behind for a 7-5 win to secure the sweep over the Mavericks on the first weekend of conference play for both teams. Matt Otteman improved his hit streak to 13 games going 3-for-5 to lead UTA.

Louisiana-Monroe 15, UT Arlington 9 March 10, 2009 - Warhawk Field - Monroe, La. 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (5-9) 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 9 15 2 Louisiana-Monroe (7-5) 2 1 0 2 0 7 3 0 X 15 18 0 W: Brown (1-0); L: Martin (0-2) Attendance: 642, Time: 3:12; Temp: 80° Highlights: UTA scored in five of the first six innings to carry an 8-5 lead into the bottom of the sixth inning before ULM posted seven runs on six base hits to regain the lead for good. Every Maverick starter had at least one base hit or RBI, as Matt Otteman led the UTA going 3-for-4 with three RBI to extend his hit streak to 14 games. Freshman Eric Wright hit his first career home run with a solo shot in the 9th inning.

UT Arlington 5, UTSA 3 March 14, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UTSA (9-5, 2-2) 200 010 000 3 8 1 UT Arlington (6-9, 1-3) 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 5 12 1 W: Sauter (1-1); L: Patterson (1-2); S: Mitchell (1) Attendance: 261, Time: 2:40; Temp: 53° Highlights: The Mavericks used three two-out RBI, a game winning RBI single by Michael Choice and an insurance run from Matt Otteman’s first home run of the season to give them their first Southland Conference win of the season over UTSA in game one of the series. Andy Sauter struck out a career-high nine batters while Jason Mitchell posted his first career save.

UTSA 3, UT Arlington 2 March 15, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UTSA (10-5, 3-2) 000 110 001 3 7 2 UT Arlington (6-10, 1-4) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 2 W: Calhoon (2-0); L: Otteman (0-1) Attendance: 383, Time: 2:45; Temp: 52° Highlights: Mavericks starter Nathan Long tossed 7.1 innings with six strikeouts but earned a no-decision after UTSA scored a run in the ninth inning on a double by first baseman Brett Aguilar to score the game-winning run. Both of the Mavericks runs were unearned as UTSA and the Mavericks each committed a pair of errors. Matt Otteman continued his hit streak (16 games) going 1-for-4 at the plate.

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UT Arlington 12, #25 Minnesota 5 March 18, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E #25 Minnesota (10-6) 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 12 2 UT Arlington (9-10) 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 4 X 12 20 1 W: Watson (1-0); L: Fern (1-1); S: Boydston (2) Attendance: 428, Time: 2:56; Temp: 77° Highlights: The victory gave UTA its first series sweep over a top 25 opponent in over 25 years as the Mavericks recorded a season-high 20 hits and six doubles. The victory also marked head coach Darin Thomas’ fifth win against a top 25 opponent. Brian Watson collected his first career win and Matt Otteman extended his hit streak to 19 games. Evan Raley led all players going 4-for-5 with two runs and an RBI.

UT Arlington 5, Northwestern State 0 March 20, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Northwestern State (10-7, 4-2) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 UT Arlington (10-10, 3-4) 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 X 5 12 0 W: Sauter (2-1); L: Heard (3-1) Attendance: 352, Time: 1:55; Temp: 73° Highlights: Andy Sauter pitched his first career completegame shutout, allowing only three base hits in the Mavs’ fourth straight win. Matt Otteman improved his hit streak to 20 games going 3-for-4 with his third home run of the season. Eight of the Mavs starters had at least one base hit while Michael Choice (2-for-4) and Evan Raley (2-for-3) led the way collecting multi-hit games for UT Arlington.

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#11 Texas A&M 11, UT Arlington 8 March 24, 2009 - C.E. “Pat” Olsen Field - College Station, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (12-11) 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 8 13 2 #11 Texas A&M (15-9) 2 0 0 0 3 2 1 3 X 11 12 0 W: Fleece (2-0); L: Boydston (0-1) Attendance: 2,686, Time: 3:03; Temp: 72° Highlights: Texas A&M broke an 8-8 tie with three runs in the eighth inning to slip by the Mavs. UTA scored seven of its eight runs with two outs, including a two-run homer by Matt Otteman which gave UTA a 5-2 lead in the fifth. Otteman extended his hit streak to 23 games going 3-for-5 with three RBI. Eight Mavs had at least one base hit as Evan Raley (3for-5) and Michael Choice (2-for-3) also had multi-hit games.

UT Arlington 6, Nicholls 5 March 28, 2009 - Ray E. Didier Field - Thibodaux, La. 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (13-11, 6-4) 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 13 1 Nicholls (11-11, 5-5) 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 11 1 W: Sauter (3-1); L: Larson (1-1); S: Boydston (4) Attendance: 373, Time: 2:32; Temp: 63° Highlights: The victory gave UT Arlington its 1,100th alltime win. Andy Sauter scattered 11 hits in his third straight conference series opening win while striking out six. Matt Otteman continued his hit streak to 24 games going 3-for-5 with a triple and RBI. All nine starting Maverick position players posted at least one base hit. Adam Boydston earned his fourth save by pitching a scoreless 2/3 innings.

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UT Arlington 7, Nicholls 2 March 28, 2009 - Ray E. Didier Field - Thibodaux, La. 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (14-11, 7-4) 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 7 8 0 Nicholls (11-12, 5-6) 100 000 010 2 6 4 W: Long (3-1); L: Dunnam (2-4) Attendance: 373, Time: 2:18; Temp: 59° Highlights: Nathan Long struck out 15 batters - just one shy of the all-time UTA record - to lead the Mavericks to their third straight conference series victory. The Mavs pitching staff struck out 18 batters as junior Jason Mitchell entered in relief to strikeout three in one inning. Matt Otteman is just one game shy from tying the UTA school record for hit streak after going 1-for-5 to improve his streak to 25 games.

Southeastern Louisiana 1, UT Arlington 0 April 4, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E SE Louisiana (19-9, 10-4) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 7 0 UT Arlington (15-14, 8-6) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 W: Efferson (4-2); L: Long (3-2); S: Franklin (8) Attendance: 362, Time: 2:12; Temp: 79° Highlights: The Mavs suffered their first shutout loss this season, and marked their first shutout in 38 games - dating back to last season at home against Nicholls (5/3/08). It was the first 1-0 shutout loss since losing at Rice in 2003, and the first 1-0 loss at home since losing to Louisiana Tech in 1986. Nathan Long struck out 10 in a 9.0 inning, complete-game effort. Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 16 games.

UT Arlington 18, McNeese State 8 April 10, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E McNeese State (14-16, 5-12) 0 1 2 3 1 0 1 - - 8 16 1 UT Arlington (18-15, 11-6) 3 0 4 3 2 6 X - - 18 18 1 W: Martin (1-2); L: Click (1-2) Attendance: 320, Time: 2:42; Temp: 70° Highlights: The Mavs scored a season-high 18 runs in their second run-rule victory of the season. Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 20 games going 1-for-3 and Michael Choice went 4-for-5 with two RBI and two doubles. Matt Otteman went 3-for-3 with three RBI. Ryan Martin earned his first win of the season in relief while starter Nathan Long lasted only 3.1 innings allowing eight hits.

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UT Arlington 9, Southeastern Louisiana 0 April 5, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E SE Louisiana (19-10, 10-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 UT Arlington (16-14, 9-6) 0 0 0 0 5 3 1 0 0 9 12 1 W: Robinson (3-1); L: Janway (3-2) Attendance: 322, Time: 2:54; Temp: 58° Highlights: Left-handed starting pitcher Ryan Robinson threw his first career complete-game shutout while holding the Lions to eight hits with a walk and one strikeout. Andrew Kainer led the Mavericks offense going a career best 4-for-5 with his conference leading 14th double. Kainer improved his hit streak to 17 games. Ryan Davis had a three-run triple in the fifth and collected a career-high four RBI.

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#22 TCU 2, UT Arlington 1 April 1, 2009 - Lupton Stadium - Fort Worth, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (15-12) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 #22 TCU (16-9) 000 001 001 2 7 0 W: Appleby (2-0); L: Mitchell (2-4) Attendance: 1,971, Time: 2:13; Temp: 75° Highlights: Michael Choice recorded three of the Mavericks’ four hits and scored their only run while improving his season average to .778 (7-for-9) against TCU. Matt Otteman had his career-high hit streak of 26 games come to an end going 0-for-3 with an intentional walk. His 26-game streak ties Clay Gould (1993) for the all-time UTA record. Jason Mitchell pitched 1.1 innings in relief as the losing pitcher.

Southeastern Louisiana 8, UT Arlington 6 April 3, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E SE Louisiana (18-9, 9-4) 1 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 8 9 1 UT Arlington (15-13, 8-5) 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 6 13 3 W: Boudreaux (5-1); L: Sauter (3-2); S: Franklin (7) Attendance: 416, Time: 2:24; Temp: 73° Highlights: UT Arlington had its seven-game SLC win streak snapped against Southeastern Louisiana on Friday night. Five Mavericks had multi-hit games and Matt Otteman hit his team-leading fourth home run of the season for the Mavs’ first run in the sixth inning. Andrew Kainer went 2-for-4 while improving his hit streak to 15 games. Andy Sauter lost his first conference game since the opening SLC weekend.

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Oral Roberts 9, UT Arlington 7 April 7, 2009 - J.L. Johnson Stadium - Tulsa, Okla. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UT Arlington (16-15) 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 7102 Oral Roberts (13-9) 1 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 2 9112 W: Kelly (2-0); L: Mitchell (2-5) Attendance: 528, Time: 3:27; Temp: 62° Highlights: Michael Choice hit his second two-run home run of the night in the top of the ninth inning with two outs and a full count to tie the game at 7-7, but Oral Roberts won the game on a two-run, walk-off homer in the bottom of the 10th. Choice also hit a two-run shot in the fourth inning. Andrew Kainer went 1-for-3 extending his hit streak to 18 games. Both teams combined used 15 pitchers.

UT Arlington 8, McNeese State 7 April 9, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E McNeese State (14-15, 5-11) 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 7112 UT Arlington (17-15, 10-6) 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 8120 W: Otteman (1-1); L: Holstein (1-4) Attendance: 291, Time: 2:56; Temp: 86° Highlights: Andrew Kainer led off the bottom of the 10th with a walk-off home run over the left-field fence to complete UTA’s come-from-behind win. Brian Watson and Matt Otteman combined for 7.1 relief innings, issuing four hits, two runs and five walks with seven strikeouts. Kainer went 3-for-5 and extended his hit streak to 19 games. Jay Pitschka (3-for-4) and Michael Choice (3-for-5) also had three hits.

McNeese State 2, UT Arlington 1 April 11, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E McNeese State (15-16, 6-12) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2111 UT Arlington (18-16, 11-7) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 W: LeGros (2-1); L: Boydston (0-2) Attendance: 354, Time: 2:47; Temp: 62° Highlights: Ryan Davis scored the Mavs only run with an RBI single in the sixth inning as McNeese came back to score the tying run in the ninth and winning run in the 10th to avoid a series sweep. The Mavs were led by Chad Comer and Andrew Kainer, who both went 2-for-4. Kainer’s efforts extended his hit streak to 21 games. Ryan Robinson started the game for the Mavs throwing 9.0 innings with 10 strikeouts.

UT Arlington 5, #7 Baylor 4 April 14, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E #7 Baylor (23-11) 000 300 010 4 6 3 UT Arlington (19-16) 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 X 5 9 2 W: Mitchell (3-5); L: Fritsch (1-5); S: Boydston (5) Attendance: 481, Time: 2:50; Temp: 74° Highlights: UTA knocked off No. 7 Baylor, marking its 22nd all-time victory over a top-10 team. Jason Mitchell pitched 4.1 innings in relief to earn the win. He struck out four and allowed only one run. Tim Steggall drove in two and Ryan Davis had the eventual game-winning hit to give the Mavs their third win over a top 25 team this season. Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 22 games going 3-for-4.

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UT Arlington 6, Nicholls 5 March 29, 2009 - Ray E. Didier Field - Thibodaux, La. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UT Arlington (15-11, 8-4) 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 6 9 3 Nicholls (11-13, 5-7) 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5100 W: Robinson (2-1); L: Guidroz (0-1) S: Mitchell (2) Attendance: 356, Time: 2:23; Temp: 64° Highlights: The Mavs erased a 5-1 deficit led by Michael Choice’s 3-for-5 performance with a single, triple and home run. Ryan Robinson pitched 6.0 scoreless innings in relief to earn the win and Jason Mitchell pitched a scoreless 10th inning to earn the save. Choice hit a solo home run and scored the winning run in the 10th inning. Matt Otteman tied the UTA school record with a 26-game hit streak.

#7 Baylor 10, UT Arlington 7 April 15, 2009 - Baylor Ballpark - Waco, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (19-17) 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 1 0 7 13 0 #7 Baylor (24-11) 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 2 X 10 14 2 W: Woytek (1-0); L: Picca (0-1); S: Verrett (2) Attendance: 2,616, Time: 2:47; Temp: 76° Highlights: Justin McPherson hit his first career home run and Brian Watson tossed a career-high four innings with a career best five strikeouts in relief for the Mavs. Watson retired 11-of-12 Baylor hitters a one point, but the Mavs couldn’t score the game-tying run in the top of the eighth inning while leaving a runner stranded at third base. Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 23 games going 2-for-5.

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GAME 37

UT Arlington 11, Central Arkansas 2 April 17, 2009 - Bear Stadium - Conway, Ark. 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (20-17, 12-7) 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 6 11 13 0 Cent. Arkansas (16-18, 8-11) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 9 5 W: Robinson (4-1); L: Cloud (4-4) Attendance: 326, Time: 2:24; Temp: 70° Highlights: Strong pitching from Ryan Robinson and two big offensive innings led UTA to an 11-2 series opening win against Central Arkansas. Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 24 games going 2-for-4 while Matt Otteman (3-for4, 2 RBI) and Chad Comer (1-for-5, 4 RBI) accounted for six of the Mavericks nine RBI. Ryan Robinson won his fourth game of the season pitching 7.2 innings with three strikeouts.

GAME 41

Stephen F. Austin 6, UT Arlington 4 April 24, 2009 - Jaycees Field - Nacogdoches, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (23-18, 14-8) 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 4 9 0 Stephen F. Austin (17-23, 8-13) 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 X 6 11 0 W: Lehmann (5-3); L: Robinson (4-2); S: Folmer (8) Attendance: 342, Time: 2:15; Temp: 80° Highlights: UT Arlington starter Ryan Robinson allowed four runs on five base hits in the first inning and SFA never trailed after that point. Andrew Kainer went 2-for-4 with an RBI to extent his school-record hit streak to 28 games. Matt Otteman led the team with two RBI while going 2-for-4. Drew Clementz pitched 2.1 scoreless innings in relief without allowing a base hit. Seven Mavericks had at least one hit.

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UT Arlington 8, Central Arkansas 6 April 18, 2009 - Bear Stadium - Conway, Ark. 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (21-17, 13-7) 1 0 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 8 9 0 Cent. Arkansas (16-19, 8-12) 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 9 2 W: Long (4-2); L: Pritchett (3-2); S: Boydston (6) Attendance: 210, Time: 2:40; Temp: 67° Highlights: Michael Choice hit two home runs and Nathan Long pitched seven innings to earn the victory in a game that started on April 18 and ended on April 19 due to rain suspending the game in the top of the 8th inning. The Mavericks finished the game with Adam Boydston pitching a perfect ninth inning to record his sixth save of the season. Choice went 2-for-3 with three runs and four RBI in the game.

GAME 42

Stephen F. Austin 5, UT Arlington 2 April 25, 2009 - Jaycees Field - Nacogdoches, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (23-19, 14-9) 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 10 2 Stephen F. Austin (18-23, 9-13) 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 X 5 10 0 W: Moshier (4-2); L: Long (4-3); S: Folmer (9) Attendance: 393, Time: 2:30; Temp: 82° Highlights: Tim Steggall went 3-for-4, hit his first career home run and drove in both runs for the Mavericks. Nathan Long moved into fifth place on the UTA all-time career strikeout list (201) with eight strikeouts in seven innings. Andrew Kainer doubled to left-center field in his final at-bat in the eighth inning to keep his school-record 29 game hit streak alive. Preston McCoy and Matt Otteman went 2-for-4.

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UT Arlington 10, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4 May 2, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E A&M-Corpus Christi (17-32, 8-18) 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 4 9 1 UT Arlington (25-21, 16-10) 1 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 X 10 13 0 W: Long (5-3); L: Ferdin (2-6) Attendance: 323, Time: 2:28; Temp: 76° Highlights: UTA used a solo homer from Michael Choice in the first and a five-run second inning to grab a lead they would never lose. Choice went 3-for-4 with two runs and three RBI and Matt Otteman hit a bases clearing triple in the seventh to lock down the victory. Jay Pitschka (2-for-5), Jeff Storms (2-for-4) and Chad Comer (2-for-4) also had multiple hits. Nathan Long struck out eight in his fifth win this season.

UT Arlington 11, Central Arkansas 10 April 19, 2009 - Bear Stadium - Conway, Ark. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UT Arlington (22-17, 14-7) 0 4 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 1 11 11 2 Cent. Arkansas (16-20, 8-13) 0 3 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 10 18 2 W: Boydston (1-2); L: Humphrey (1-2) Attendance: 208, Time: 3:29; Temp: 65° Highlights: Michael Choice hit a grand slam in the top of the sixth inning to start the Mavericks rally as they eventually tied the game in the ninth and won the game - securing the sweep - in the top of the 10th. Adam Boydston made his fourth appearance of the week collecting the two-inning win. Otteman went 3-for-4 and Andrew Kainer tied the all-time UTA record with a 26-game hit streak.

GAME 43

Stephen F. Austin 4, UT Arlington 3 April 26, 2009 - Jaycees Field - Nacogdoches, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UT Arlington (23-20, 14-10) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 8 0 Stephen F. Austin (19-23, 10-13)0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 4 10 2 W: Folmer (1-2); L: Watson (1-1) Attendance: 295, Time: 2:43; Temp: 81° Highlights: Two wild pitches in the bottom of the 10th inning gave Stephen F. Austin its first ever series sweep over UTA. Andrew Kainer singled to right-center field in the fourth inning to extend his hit streak to 30 games. All three of the Mavericks runs were unearned, as UTA had only two RBI (Justin McPherson and Jeff Storms). Michael Choice and Matt Otteman led UTA going 2-for-5.

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UT Arlington 23, Northwood 7 April 21, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Northwood (30-17) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 7 10 3 UT Arlington (23-17) 2 0 0 3 1 4 0 13 X 23 22 1 W: Otteman (2-1); L: Gutierrez (7-3) Attendance: 407, Time: 3:22; Temp: 86° Highlights: Andrew Kainer broke the UTA all-time hit streak record as he recorded a single in the bottom of the fourth inning to extend his hit streak to 27 games. Michael Choice went 4-for-4 as he became the sixth UTA player ever to hit for the cycle. Choice hit a triple, double, single and homer in that order. Kainer finished 2-for-5 with three RBI as he also homered in the Mavs’ 13-run eighth inning.

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UT Arlington 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 3 May 1, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E A&M-Corpus Christi (17-31, 8-17) 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 9 1 UT Arlington (24-21, 15-10) 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 X 4 6 1 W: Robinson (5-2); L: Garcia (0-2); S: Boydston (7) Attendance: 317, Time: 2:30; Temp: 80° Highlights: Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 32 games, scored the Mavs first run and drove in the eventual game-winning run in a 4-3 victory. Ryan Robinson pitched 7.0 innings with six strikeouts and didn’t issue a walk in his fifth win of the season. Kainer also drove in two runs for the Mavs in the fifth following three straight walks in the inning. Adam Boydston nailed down his seventh save in the win.

#26 Oklahoma State 6, UT Arlington 2 April 28, 2009 - Allie P. Reynolds Stadium - Stillwater, Okla. 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (23-21) 010 001 000 2 4 1 #26 Oklahoma State (29-17) 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 X 6 9 0 W: Keeling (5-1); L: Varner (2-2); S: Starks (1) Attendance: 634, Time: 2:08; Temp: 63° Highlights: A five-run third inning led Oklahoma State to its 13th midweek win of the season. UTA held a 1-0 lead on a sacrifice fly by Ryan Davis in the second inning. Andrew Kainer kept his school-record 31-game hit streak alive with a single through the right side in the top of the ninth inning after walking in the second and striking out in the fourth and seventh innings. Jay Pitschka led the team going 2-for-4.

UT Arlington 14, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4 May 3, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E A&M-Corpus Christi (17-33, 8-19) 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 - - 4 11 0 UT Arlington (26-21, 17-10) 0 1 9 0 0 2 2 - - 14 20 1 W: Mitchell (4-5); L: Hernandez (2-3) Attendance: 307, Time: 2:20; Temp: 64° Highlights: Andrew Kainer’s double in the third inning tied him for the SLC all-time hit streak record with a 34-game streak. The Mavs’ nine-run third inning was sparked by eight straight hits to start the inning. UTA tallied four homers, 20 base hits and 38 extra-base hits - all marking team highs during SLC play. Choice led the Mavs hitting his second grand slam of the season and going 3-for-5 with five RBI.

UT Arlington 8, #17 Oklahoma 5 May 5, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E #17 Oklahoma (17-33) 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 5 9 2 UT Arlington (27-21) 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 X 8 10 0 W: Otteman (3-1); L: Blue (2-1); S: Boydston (8) Attendance: 734, Time: 3:14; Temp: 81° Highlights: Andrew Kainer broke the Southland Conference hit streak record with his 35th consecutive game recording a base hit with a single to left field in the first inning. The Mavs never trailed after grabbing a 2-0 lead in the first on RBIs from Michael Choice and Kainer. Mitch Putman gave UTA a lift in the fifth inning with a three-run home run to right-center field giving the Mavs a 6-2 lead.

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UT Arlington 9, Lamar 4 May 8, 2009 - Vincent-Beck Stadium - Beaumont, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (28-21, 18-10) 0 1 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 9 12 2 Lamar (32-19, 16-12) 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 11 0 W: Robinson (6-2); L: Harrington (7-1) Attendance: 718, Time: 2:20; Temp: 83° Highlights: Andrew Kainer extended his hit streak to 36 games and went 4-for-4 with four RBI and Mitch Putman hit a three-run homer - his third HR in three games - to help UTA knock off Lamar. The Mavs defeated Lamar starting pitcher Eric Harrington who entered the game with a 7-0 record and a 1.70 ERA - ranking fourth in the NCAA. Ryan Robinson won his team leading sixth game while pitching eight innings.

UT Arlington 14, #25 Texas State 6 May 15, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 123 456 789 R H E #25 Texas State (38-24, 24-7) 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 11 2 UT Arlington (29-24, 19-13) 2 0 5 0 6 0 0 1 X 14 17 2 W: Sauter (4-2); L: Borski (6-3) Attendance: 649, Time: 2:43; Temp: 89° Highlights: Matt Otteman went 2-for-5 with seven RBI and hit a three-run homer and a grand slam to lead the Mavericks to a series split before the final game of the series was rained out on Saturday. After Texas State scored six runs in the fourth inning off starter Nathan Long, Andy Sauter and Drew Clementz combined to pitch 5 2/3 scoreless-innings in relief. Eight UTA players finished with multi-hit games.

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GAME 54

Lamar 4, UT Arlington 3 (SLC Tournament) May 20, 2009 - Whataburger Field - Corpus Christi, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (29-25) 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 9 0 Lamar (37-20) 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 X 4 10 0 W: Needham (4-3); L: Varner (2-3) Attendance: 445, Time: 2:43; Temp: 78° Highlights: UTA had a 3-0 lead erased after Lamar became the first team this season to comeback and defeat UTA after trailing after seven innings. The loss drops UTA into the loser’s bracket in the SLC Tournament. Michael Choice scored the Mavs’ final two runs and went 3-for-4. Seven UTA players had a base hit. UTA starter Ryan Robinson pitched 6.1 innings allowing seven hits and two runs in a no-decision.

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GAME 55

Lamar 4, UT Arlington 3 May 10, 2009 - Vincent-Beck Stadium - Beaumont, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E UT Arlington (28-22, 18-12) 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 11 1 Lamar (34-19, 18-12) 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 12 1 W: Testa (7-3); L: Boydston (1-3) Attendance: 378, Time: 3:27; Temp: 89° Highlights: A bases loaded walk in the bottom of the 10th inning gave Lamar the series win. Andrew Kainer hit a double in the fourth inning to break the UTA single-season doubles record with his 23rd double of the season. Matt Otteman led the team going 3-for-5 and Michael Choice (2-for-5) and Jay Pitschka (2-for-4) added multi-hit games. The Mavs walked nine and left 10 runners on base.

UT Arlington 7, Stephen F. Austin 4 (SLC Tournament) May 21, 2009 - Whataburger Field - Corpus Christi, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (30-25) 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 7 12 1 Stephen F. Austin (23-32) 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 4 11 0 W: Long (6-4); L: West (4-3); S: Boydston (9) Attendance: 346, Time: 3:01; Temp: 84° Highlights: Nathan Long broke the UTA single-season strikeout record and Matt Otteman went 2-for-3 with his eighth home run of the season to help UTA avoid elimination at the SLC Tournament with a 7-4 victory. The final pitch from Long gave him his eighth strikeout of the game which produced his 104th of the season. Boydston struck out three batters in a scoreless 1.1 innings to earn his ninth save.

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GAME 55

#25 Texas State 8, UT Arlington 6 May 14, 2009 - Clay Gould Ballpark - Arlington, Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E #25 Texas State (38-13, 24-6) 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 14 1 UT Arlington (28-23, 18-13) 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 6 10 2 W: Loftin (3-0); L: Boydston (1-4) Attendance: 467, Time: 3:22; Temp: 88° Highlights: Jay Pitschka executed a suicide squeeze bunt in the bottom of the eighth inning to tie the game at 6-6, but a solo homer and an RBI single by Texas State in the top of the 10th gave the Bobcats the win. Pitschka went 3-for-4 with two RBI and hit his first career home run in the game. Rett Varner helped give the Mavs an opportunity to comeback as he held Texas State scoreless during 5.0 relief innings.

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Lamar 3, UT Arlington 1 May 9, 2009 - Vincent-Beck Stadium - Beaumont, Texas 123 456 789 R H E UT Arlington (28-22, 18-11) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 Lamar (33-19, 17-12) 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 X 3 10 1 W: Testa (6-3); L: Long (5-4) Attendance: 579, Time: 2:34; Temp: 89° Highlights: Nathan Long struck out eight batters in seven innings in a losing effort while Andrew Kainer went hitless for the first time since March 6, as his UTA and Southland Conference hit streak record of 36 games ended. Michael Choice led the Mavs going 2-for-4. Matt Otteman (1-for-3) and Chad Comer (1-for-3) were the only other UT Arlington players to record a base hit in the game.

Lamar 4, UT Arlington 3 (SLC Tournament) May 22, 2009 - Whataburger Field - Corpus Christi, Texas 123 456 789 R H E Lamar (38-21) 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 4 13 1 UT Arlington (30-26) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 8 1 W: Testa (8-3); L: Boydston (1-5) Attendance: 372, Time: 2:47; Temp: 84° Highlights: Jay Pitschka had a two-run double in the eighth inning to give UTA a 3-2 lead but Lamar followed with its third ninth-inning or extra-inning victory over the Mavericks this season with three straight batters recording base hits in the ninth inning. Matt Otteman tied the school’s singleseason RBI mark of 69 with his ninth home run of the season in the seventh inning to give the Mavs a 2-1 lead.

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2009 OVERALL STATISTICS Hitting (All Games) (All games sorted by batting avg)

2010 Maverick Baseball

Player Matt Otteman Andrew Kainer Michael Choice Jay Pitschka Chad Comer Ryan Davis Tim Steggall Evan Raley

AVG GP-GS AB .432 56-55 220 .417 53-52 204 .413 56-56 225 .275 51-49 193 .266 48-43 158 .264 52-44 159 .255 56-56 235 .225 43-36 129

R 52 35 64 38 21 20 37 18

H 95 85 93 53 42 42 60 29

3B 8 0 3 2 0 2 2 1

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 9 69 153 .695 19 6 30 6 .478 5 46 123 .603 13 11 38 2 .474 11 52 145 .644 29 7 30 7 .492 1 18 70 .363 13 13 30 0 .359 1 32 60 .380 15 4 18 7 .341 1 28 54 .340 9 4 34 4 .314 1 29 81 .345 12 5 35 4 .306 1 14 39 .302 7 5 44 5 .287

SF SH SB-ATT 6 1 4-6 2 0 14-18 1 0 5-8 1 7 4-6 2 3 0-0 3 1 1-3 0 4 6-10 2 3 2-2

PO 68 38 123 110 295 370 89 33

A 8 3 5 131 47 40 178 64

E FLD% 1 .987 1 .976 1 .992 7 .972 3 .991 3 .993 16 .943 10 .907

Steffan Guest 1.000 1-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Mitch Putman .262 25-15 61 10 16 3 0 5 15 34 .557 5 1 28 0 .319 2 2 0-0 65 7 0 1.000 Justin McPherson .262 14-10 42 7 11 1 0 1 5 15 .357 4 1 4 0 .340 0 0 1-1 13 18 5 .861 Preston McCoy .261 34-17 69 12 18 3 0 0 6 21 .304 10 0 11 3 .350 1 4 2-2 10 0 2 .833 Collin Garner .254 37-16 71 18 18 1 0 0 7 19 .268 11 1 17 0 .357 1 6 3-5 25 0 2 .926 Chad Price .250 18-11 36 10 9 0 0 0 4 9 .250 1 1 10 0 .282 1 0 2-4 93 13 0 1.000 Shane Hopkins .238 10-6 21 2 5 0 0 0 0 5 .238 6 0 6 0 .407 0 0 0-1 54 2 1 .982 Jeff Storms .190 22-18 63 13 12 1 0 1 8 16 .254 7 3 8 2 .301 0 0 1-1 12 27 3 .929 Eric Wright .188 11-2 16 1 3 0 0 1 3 6 .375 0 0 6 1 .188 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Blake Holt .186 30-18 70 11 13 4 0 1 7 20 .286 5 3 24 1 .269 0 3 4-4 34 2 2 .947 Jordan Vaughn .000 7-0 6 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 3 0 .000 0 0 0-0 9 0 0 1.000 Totals .306 56-56 1979 370 605 113 18 39 345 871 .440 166 65 376 42 .375 22 34 49-71 1481 636 63 .971 Opponents .292 56-56 1913 271 558 100 9 28 249 760 .397 183 32 410 36 .360 19 42 54-89 1464 655 73 .967 LOB - Team (432), Opp (438). DPs turned - Team (49), Opp (47). CI - Team (1), Comer 1. IBB - Team (7), Choice 3, Otteman 3, Kainer 1, Opp (13). Picked off - McCoy 1, Holt 1, Pitschka 1, Choice 1, Steggall 1

Pitching (All Games) (All games sorted by earned run average)

Player Nathan Long Ryan Robinson Rett Varner Andy Sauter Jason Mitchell

ERA 3.76 3.89 3.95 4.55 4.63

W-L 6-4 6-2 2-3 4-2 4-5

APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV 14 14 2 1/0 0 13 11 1 1/0 0 16 10 0 0/2 0 11 7 1 1/0 1 18 6 0 0/0 2

IP H R 93.1 107 43 78.2 94 37 57.0 65 32 57.1 55 29 58.1 68 34

ER 39 34 25 29 30

BB SO 2B 29 104 24 12 45 17 24 44 12 16 44 12 24 42 9

3B 3 0 1 1 2

HR 3 3 2 2 5

AB 370 302 227 .257 224

B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA .289 5 5 0 2 3 .311 1 7 0 2 14 .286 6 3 1 2 4 214 6 5 1 1 3 .304 4 2 1 3 4

Brandon Endsley 0.00 0-0 4 0 0 0/1 0 4.2 3 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 15 .200 0 2 0 1 0 Adam Boydston 3.29 1-5 29 0 0 0/0 9 38.1 37 18 14 21 32 2 0 2 139 .266 2 1 2 3 7 Drew Clementz 3.29 2-0 9 4 0 0/0 0 27.1 24 12 10 12 13 5 1 2 99 .242 1 1 0 2 0 Matt Otteman 3.38 3-1 10 2 0 0/2 0 24.0 21 10 9 15 38 3 0 2 88 .239 5 3 0 1 1 Ryan Martin 4.26 1-2 14 0 0 0/1 0 19.0 29 10 9 9 11 2 0 1 79 .367 0 2 0 2 2 Brian Watson 5.09 1-1 12 0 0 0/1 0 17.2 17 11 10 5 20 2 0 1 69 .246 0 0 2 0 1 Matt Dunn 8.59 0-0 6 0 0 0/0 0 7.1 12 9 7 4 5 4 0 1 32 .375 2 0 0 0 0 Mark Picca 13.50 0-1 5 2 0 0/0 0 8.0 15 12 12 5 7 4 1 3 36 .417 1 0 0 0 1 Andrew Kainer 27.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 1.0 1 3 3 3 1 0 0 0 3 .333 1 1 0 0 1 Jeff Edlefsen 48.60 0-0 4 0 0 0/0 0 1.2 10 11 9 2 1 3 0 1 16 .625 1 0 0 0 1 Totals 4.38 30-26 56 56 4 5/2 12 493.2 558 271 240 183 410 100 9 28 1913 .292 35 32 7 19 42 Opponents 5.57 26-30 56 56 1 1/1 11 488.0 605 370 302 166 376 113 18 39 1979 .306 41 65 5 22 34 PB - Team (11), Comer 7, Price 3, Putman 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (12), Mitchell 5, Boydston 3, Long 2, Sauter 1, Robinson 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Comer (38-67), Varner (11-16), Mitchell (9-13), Long (4-12), Price (8-12), Sauter (3-11), Putman (8-9), Otteman (5-7), Robinson (3-6), Boydston (6-6), Martin (3-5), Dunn (2-4), Clementz (1-2), Watson (2-2), Kainer (2-2), Edlefsen (2-2), Picca (1-1) 2009 MAVERICK HITTING LEADERS Batting Average: ___________ .432 - Matt Otteman Games Started: _ 56 - Michael Choice, Tim Steggall At-Bats: ____________________ 235 - Tim Steggall Runs: ____________________ 64 - Michael Choice Hits: ______________________ 95 - Matt Otteman Doubles: __________________23 - Andrew Kainer Triples: _____________________ 8 - Matt Otteman Home Runs:_______________ 11 - Michael Choice RBI: ______________________ 69 - Matt Otteman Total Bases: _______________ 153 - Matt Otteman Slugging Percentage: _______ .695 - Matt Otteman On-Base Percentage: ______ .492 - Michael Choice Walks: ___________________ 29 - Michael Choice Hit By Pitch: __________________ 13 - Jay Pitschka Sacrifices: ____________________ 8 - Jay Pitschka Stolen Bases: _______________14 - Andrew Kainer

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ANDREW KAINER - Broke school and SLC hit streak record with 36-game hitting streak.

2009 MAVERICK PITCHING LEADERS Earned Run Average: ________ 3.76 - Nathan Long Wins: __________ 6 - Nathan Long, Ryan Robinson Appearances: _____________ 29 - Adam Boydston Games Started: ______________ 14 - Nathan Long Games in Relief: ___________ 29 - Adam Boydston Complete Games: _____________ 2 - Nathan Long Shutouts: _______ 1 - Nathan Long, Ryan Robinson Saves: ____________________ 9 - Adam Boydston Innings Pitched: ____________ 93.1 - Nathan Long Strikeouts: _________________ 104 - Nathan Long Opponent Batting Average: ___ .257 - Andy Sauter Pickoffs: ____________________ 5 - Jason Mitchell

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2009 SLC STATISTICS Hitting (Conference Games) (All games sorted by batting avg)

Player Matt Otteman Andrew Kainer Michael Choice Ryan Davis Tim Steggall Jay Pitschka Chad Comer Evan Raley

AVG GP-GS AB .441 32-32 127 .411 32-32 129 .406 32-32 128 .282 31-29 103 .277 32-32 137 .267 30-30 120 .263 32-32 114 .194 24-20 72

R 32 20 36 13 21 25 15 10

H 56 53 52 29 38 32 30 14

2B 7 17 6 4 12 4 12 1

3B 5 0 1 2 2 1 0 1

HR RBI 5 38 2 29 6 24 1 16 1 18 1 13 1 25 0 7

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 88 .693 13 4 19 4 .500 76 .589 5 4 21 2 .446 78 .609 16 6 21 4 .493 40 .388 5 2 20 2 .324 57 .416 5 2 24 1 .313 41 .342 7 6 18 0 .336 45 .395 12 4 12 6 .348 17 .236 2 3 24 3 .244

SF SH SB-ATT PO 2 0 3-4 47 1 0 9-10 18 0 0 4-7 59 1 1 0-1 243 0 2 3-5 60 1 7 3-5 77 2 2 0-0 217 1 2 1-1 15

A 7 1 3 32 113 85 37 36

E 1 0 0 1 7 4 1 4

FLD% .982 1.000 1.000 .996 .961 .976 .996 .927

Pitching (Conference Games) (All games sorted by earned run average)

Player Ryan Robinson Nathan Long Jason Mitchell Andy Sauter

ERA 3.18 4.00 4.28 5.36

W-L 5-1 4-3 2-1 4-2

APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV 9 7 1 1/0 0 11 11 1 0/0 0 10 4 0 0/0 2 8 6 1 1/0 0

IP 56.2 72.0 33.2 45.1

H 68 83 42 46

R 22 36 18 27

ER 20 32 16 27

BB 6 22 14 13

SO 31 84 25 31

2B 13 21 6 10

3B 0 3 0 1

HR 3 2 3 0

AB 218 280 132 172

B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA .312 1 3 0 1 8 .296 4 4 0 2 3 .318 3 2 1 1 1 .267 6 5 1 1 1

Drew Clementz 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 4.1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 13 .000 0 0 0 0 0 Ryan Martin 2.38 1-1 9 0 0 0/1 0 11.1 21 4 3 5 7 1 0 0 51 .412 0 0 0 1 0 Rett Varner 2.89 1-0 7 4 0 0/1 0 28.0 32 12 9 8 14 6 0 1 111 .288 1 2 1 1 2 Adam Boydston 3.45 1-3 14 0 0 0/0 4 15.2 14 7 6 14 9 2 0 1 51 .275 0 0 0 1 5 Matt Otteman 4.00 1-1 6 0 0 0/1 0 9.0 6 4 4 9 14 1 0 0 30 .200 3 0 0 1 0 Brian Watson 9.95 0-1 5 0 0 0/0 0 6.1 11 7 7 2 5 2 0 0 29 .379 0 0 2 0 1 Matt Dunn 18.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 1.0 3 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 5 .600 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 4.00 19-13 32 32 3 3/1 6 283.1 326 139 126 94 221 63 4 11 1092 .299 18 16 5 9 21 Opponents 5.48 13-19 32 32 1 1/1 7 279.0 344 208 170 88 212 67 12 21 1129 .305 22 34 2 11 25 PB - Team (5), Comer 5, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (8), Mitchell 2, Boydston 2, Long 2, Sauter 1, Robinson 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Comer (24-49), Long (4-12), Mitchell (7-11), Sauter (2-8), Varner (3-7), Otteman (3-4), Robinson (2-4), Price (1-2), Martin (0-2), Watson (2-2), Boydston (2-2)

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Mitch Putman .316 9-4 19 5 6 0 0 3 6 15 .789 0 0 7 0 .300 1 1 0-0 26 1 0 1.000 Preston McCoy .314 17-10 35 5 11 1 0 0 4 12 .343 5 0 4 3 .390 1 3 0-0 3 0 1 .750 Collin Garner .243 18-9 37 12 9 1 0 0 4 10 .270 9 0 11 0 .383 1 5 1-2 13 0 0 1.000 Justin McPherson .217 7-6 23 2 5 1 0 0 2 6 .261 3 1 3 0 .333 0 0 1-1 7 13 4 .833 Jeff Storms .138 9-8 29 5 4 0 0 1 5 7 .241 3 0 3 2 .219 0 0 1-1 5 14 2 .905 Blake Holt .132 16-9 38 4 5 1 0 0 2 6 .158 3 2 16 1 .233 0 2 0-0 17 1 1 .947 Eric Wright .000 4-2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 4 1 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Shane Hopkins .000 2-1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0-0 10 1 0 1.000 Chad Price .000 6-0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0-0 3 1 0 1.000 Jordan Vaughn .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 3 0 0 1.000 Totals .305 32-32 1129 208 344 67 12 21 193 498 .441 88 34 212 29 .369 11 25 26-37 850 395 30 .976 Opponents .299 32-32 1092 139 326 63 4 11 128 430 .394 94 16 221 21 .360 9 21 25-52 837 367 40 .968 LOB - Team (242), Opp (244). DPs turned - Team (31), Opp (31). CI - Team (1), Comer 1. IBB - Team (4), Otteman 2, Choice 2, Opp (9). Picked off - McCoy 1, Choice 1

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2009 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

2010 Maverick Baseball

Record: 30-26

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Home: 20-7

UTA R-H-E 5-9-3 6-12-3 13-14-0 12-18-1 3-8-0 6-8-2 4-6-1 2-7-3 3-9-3 7-14-3 2-9-0 5-10-2 5-9-1 9-15-2 5-12-1 2-4-2 3-9-1 6-7-0 12-20-1 5-12-0 4-8-0 16-17-0 11-12-0 6-13-1 7-8-0 6-9-3 1-4-1 6-13-3 0-8-0 9-12-1 7-10-2 8-12-0 18-18-1 1-8-0 5-9-2 7-13-0 11-13-0 8-9-0 11-11-2 23-22-1 4-9-0 2-10-2 3-8-0 2-4-1 4-6-1 10-13-0 14-20-1 8-10-0 9-12-2 1-4-1 3-11-1 6-10-2 14-17-2 3-9-0 7-12-1 3-8-1

Opp. R-H-E 4-7-0 8-12-3 0-3-2 1-4-3 4-13-1 12-14-2 0-7-1 3-5-3 11-11-1 1-7-2 8-10-0 7-14-0 7-13-0 15-18-0 3-8-1 3-7-2 2-6-2 2-7-0 5-12-2 0-3-2 2-11-2 0-11-0 8-13-2 5-11-1 2-6-4 5-10-0 2-7-0 8-9-1 1-7-0 0-8-3 9-11-2 7-11-2 8-16-1 2-11-1 4-6-3 10-14-2 2-9-5 6-9-2 10-18-2 7-10-3 6-11-0 5-10-0 4-10-2 6-9-0 3-9-1 4-9-1 4-11-0 5-9-2 4-11-0 3-10-1 4-12-1 8-14-1 6-11-2 4-10-0 4-11-0 4-13-1

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Opposing Team ARKANSAS STATE TEXAS STATE SIENA SIENA at #4 Texas vs. Stephen F. Austin at UT-Pan American vs. Illinois #11 TCU IOWA WESLEYAN at Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State at Louisiana-Monroe UTSA UTSA UTSA vs. #25 Minnesota #25 MINNESOTA NORTHWESTERN STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE at #11 Texas A&M at Nicholls at Nicholls at Nicholls at #22 TCU SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA at Oral Roberts McNEESE STATE McNEESE STATE McNEESE STATE #7 BAYLOR at #7 Baylor at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas NORTHWOOD at Stephen F. Austin at Stephen F. Austin at Stephen F. Austin at #26 Oklahoma State TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI #17 OKLAHOMA at Lamar at Lamar at Lamar #25 TEXAS STATE #25 TEXAS STATE vs. Lamar vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Lamar

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Southland Conference game UT Arlington/Hilton Invitational (Arlington, Texas) UT-Pan American/Al Ogletree Classic (Edinburg, Texas) QuickTrip Park (Grand Prairie, Texas) Southland Conference Tournament, Don Sanders Stadium, Huntsville, Texas

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Result Score W 5-4 L 6-8 W 13-0 W 12-1 L 3-4 L 6-12 W 4-0 L 2-3 L 3-11 W 7-1 L 2-8 L 5-7 L 5-7 L 9-15 W 5-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 6-2 W 12-5 W 5-0 W 4-2 W 16-0 L 8-11 W 6-5 W 7-2 W 6-5 L 1-2 L 6-8 L 0-1 W 9-0 L 7-9 W 8-7 W 18-8 L 1-2 W 5-4 L 7-10 W 11-2 W 8-6 W 11-10 W 23-7 L 4-6 L 2-5 L 3-4 L 2-6 W 4-3 W 10-4 W 14-4 W 8-5 W 9-4 L 1-3 L 3-4 L 6-8 W 14-6 L 3-4 W 7-4 L 3-4

Away: 8-15 Innings Overall 9 1-0 9 1-1 9 2-1 9 3-1 (10) 3-2 9 3-3 9 4-3 9 4-4 9 4-5 9 5-5 9 5-6 9 5-7 9 5-8 9 5-9 9 6-9 9 6-10 (10) 7-10 9 8-10 9 9-10 9 10-10 9 11-10 7 12-10 9 12-11 9 13-11 9 14-11 (10) 15-11 9 15-12 9 15-13 9 15-14 9 16-14 (10) 16-15 (10) 17-15 7 18-15 (10) 18-16 9 19-16 9 19-17 9 20-17 9 21-17 (10) 22-17 9 23-17 9 23-18 9 23-19 (10) 23-20 9 23-21 9 24-21 9 25-21 7 26-21 9 27-21 9 28-21 9 28-22 (10) 28-23 (10) 28-24 9 29-24 9 29-25 9 30-25 9 30-26

Neutral: 2-4 SLC 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-3 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-4 8-5 8-6 9-6 9-6 10-6 11-6 11-7 11-7 11-7 12-7 13-7 14-7 14-7 14-8 14-9 14-10 14-10 15-10 16-10 17-10 17-10 18-10 18-11 18-12 18-13 19-13 19-13 19-13 19-13

Southland: 19-13

UTA Pitcher of Record Mitchell (W, 1-0) Long (L, 0-1) Varner (W, 1-0) Clementz (W, 1-0) Mitchell (L, 1-1) Varner (L, 1-1) Long (W, 1-1) Mitchell (L, 1-2) Robinson (L, 0-1) Clementz (W, 2-0) Sauter (L, 0-1) Martin (L, 0-1) Mitchell (L, 1-3) Martin (L, 0-2) Sauter (W, 1-1) Otteman (L, 0-1) Mitchell (W, 2-3) Robinson (W, 1-1) Watson (W, 1-0) Sauter (W, 2-1) Long (W, 2-1) Varner (W, 2-1) Boydston (L, 0-1) Sauter (W, 3-1) Long (W, 3-1) Robinson (W, 2-1) Mitchell (L, 2-4) Sauter (L, 3-2) Long (L, 3-2) Robinson (W, 3-1) Mitchell (L, 2-5) Otteman (W, 1-1) Martin (W, 1-2) Boydston (L, 0-2) Mitchell (W, 3-5) Picca (L, 0-1) Robinson (W, 4-1) Long (W, 4-2) Boydston (W, 1-2) Otteman (W, 2-1) Robinson (L, 4-2) Long (L, 4-3) Watson (L, 1-1) Varner (L, 2-2) Robinson (W, 5-2) Long (W, 5-3) Mitchell (W, 4-5) Otteman (W, 3-1) Robinson (W, 6-2) Long (L, 5-4) Boydston (L, 1-3) Boydston (L, 1-4) Sauter (W, 4-2) Varner (L, 2-3) Long (W, 6-4) Boydston (L, 1-5)

Attn 379 439 329 166 4,857 136 335 124 437 214 225 350 255 642 261 383 433 446 428 352 396 334 2,686 373 373 356 1,971 416 362 322 528 291 320 354 481 2,616 326 210 208 407 342 393 295 634 317 323 307 734 718 579 378 467 649 445 346 372

Time 2:35 3:03 2:29 2:10 2:42 2:53 2:45 2:12 3:05 2:01 2:12 2:38 2:39 3:12 2:40 2:45 2:47 2:22 2:56 1:55 2:15 2:20 3:03 2:32 2:18 2:23 2:13 2:24 2:12 2:54 3:27 2:56 2:42 2:47 2:50 2:47 2:24 2:40 3:29 3:22 2:15 2:30 2:43 2:08 2:30 2:28 2:20 3:14 2:20 2:34 3:27 3:22 2:43 2:43 3:01 2:47

Temp 67° 55° 55° 64° 83° 98° 72° 50° 66° 83° 80° 80° 77° 80° 53° 52° 58° 75° 77° 73° 76° 70° 72° 63° 59° 64° 75° 73° 79° 58° 62° 86° 70° 62° 74° 76° 70° 67° 65° 86° 80° 82° 81° 63° 80° 76° 64° 81° 83° 89° 89° 88° 89° 78° 84° 86°

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2009 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS UT ARLINGTON GAME HIGHS

MULTIPLE-HIT GAMES

43 23 22 21 6 2 4 38 8 12 4 2 5 4 2 13 5

vs. Northwood (4/21) vs. Northwood (4/21) vs. Northwood (4/21) vs. Northwood (4/21) vs. Minnesota (3/18) at Nicholls (3/29) vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3) vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3) at Central Arkansas (4/19) 2x, last: at Lamar (5/10) 2x, last: at Central Arkansas (4/17) 6 times vs. Siena (2/22) vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/27) 4 times vs. McNeese State (4/11) vs. Northwestern State (3/21)

FIELDING Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls DPs Turned

30 19 3 2 3

6 times at Stephen F. Austin (4/26) 7 times 2x, last: at Oklahoma State (4/28) 3x, last: at Central Arkansas (4/19)

PITCHING Innings Pitched Runs Allowed Earned Runs Walks Allowed Strikeouts Hits Allowed Doubles Allowed Triples Allowed Home Runs Allowed Wild Pitches Hit Batters

10.0 15 12 9 18 18 5 2 3 4 3

6 times at Louisiana-Monroe (3/10) at Louisiana-Monroe (3/10) at Lamar (3/10) at Nicholls (3/28) 2x, last: at Central Arkansas (4/19) 2x, last: at Central Arkansas (4/19) vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/27) 2x, last: at Baylor (4/15) vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/3) vs. Texas State (2/21)

MAVERICK GAME HIGHS BATTING At-Bats Runs Scored Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Sac hits Sac flies Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Runners LOB

6 4 4 7 2 1 2 10 2 3 2 1 2 3 6

3x, last: Tim Steggall vs. Northwood (4/21) 3x, last: Michael Choice vs. McNeese State (4/10) 7 times Matt Otteman vs. Texas State (5/15) 10 times 18 times 3x, last: Matt Otteman vs. Texas State (5/15) Michael Choice vs. Northwood (4/21) 17 times 5 times Collin Garner vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/1) 22 times 4 times Jay Pitschka vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/27) Evan Raley at Stephen F. Austin (4/25)

FIELDING Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls

17 9 2 2

Chad Comer at Nicholls (3/28) Tim Steggall vs. Texas State (5/14) 3x, last: Justin McPherson vs. Texas State (5/15) Chad Price vs. Oklahoma State (4/28)

PITCHING Innings Pitched Runs Allowed Earned Runs Walks Allowed Strikeouts Hits Allowed

9.0 7 7 4 15 11

5 times 3x, last: Jason Mitchell vs. Central Arkansas (4/19) 2x, last: Mark Picca at Baylor (4/15) 7 times Nathan Long at Nicholls (3/28) 3x, last: Ryan Robinson at Lamar (5/8)

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Player Matt Otteman Michael Choice Andrew Kainer Jay Pitschka Tim Steggall Chad Comer Ryan Davis Evan Raley Collin Garner Preston McCoy Jeff Storms Mitch Putman Chad Price Blake Holt Shane Hopkins Justin McPherson TEAM

2 20 19 19 13 12 9 8 6 3 5 3 2 3 2 2 2 128

3 13 7 6 4 4 1 2 1 2 1 41

4 4 2 1 7

5+ 0

Total 33 30 27 17 16 10 10 8 5 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 176

3 6 3 3 3 1 2 1 1 20

4 2 4 1 3 1 1 12

5+ 1 2 3

Total 16 12 11 8 8 6 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 77

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES Player Matt Otteman Michael Choice Andrew Kainer Chad Comer Tim Steggall Jay Pitschka Evan Raley Ryan Davis Preston McCoy Mitch Putman Blake Holt Justin McPherson Eric Wright Jeff Storms TEAM

2 7 3 7 5 5 6 3 1 2 1 1 1 42

2010 Maverick Baseball

BATTING At-Bats Runs Scored Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Sac Hits Sac Flies Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Caught Stealing Runners LOB Hit into DP

HITTING STREAKS Player Andrew Kainer Matt Otteman Michael Choice Ryan Davis Justin McPherson Evan Raley Jay Pitschka Tim Steggall Collin Garner Chad Comer Blake Holt Mitch Putman Jeff Storms Chad Price Shane Hopkins Preston McCoy Steffan Guest Eric Wright

2009 36 26 12 11 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1

Current 6 11 12 6 2 1 1 1 -

Career 36 26 12 11 6 7 6 6 5 5 4 7 3 3 2 4 4 1

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STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER Date Opp.

2010 Maverick Baseball

2nd

3rd

Cleanup

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

2/20 Ark. State

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Holt

Comer

Raley

Davis

Pitschka

2/21 TXST

Garner

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Putman

Kainer

Hopkins

Raley

Pitschka

2/22 Siena

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Raley

Storms

Davis

2/23 Siena

Holt

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Storms

Davis

Pitschka

Price

2/24 Texas

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Hopkins

Raley

Comer

Pitschka Pitschka

2/27 SFA

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Hopkins

Comer

Raley

2/28 UTPA

Steggall

Hopkins

Choice

Otteman

Holt

Storms

Garner

Pitschka

Price

3/1 Illinois

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Holt

Storms

Comer

Davis

Pitschka Garner

3/3 TCU

104

Leadoff

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Hopkins

Putman

Raley

3/5 IA Wesleyan

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Storms

Davis

Raley

Price

3/6 SHSU

McCoy

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Hopkins

Comer

Raley

Pitschka

3/7 SHSU

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Storms

Davis

Pitschka

3/8 SHSU

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Storms

Davis

Pitschka

3/10 ULM

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Davis

Raley

Price

3/14 UTSA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Wright

Comer

Storms

Davis

3/15 UTSA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Holt

Comer

Raley

Davis

3/15 UTSA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

McCoy

Storms

Comer

Davis

3/17 MINN

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

McCoy

Davis

McPherson

Price

3/18 MINN

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Davis

Putman

Raley

3/20 NWLA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Davis

McCoy

Raley

3/21 NWLA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Davis

McCoy

Raley

3/22 NWLA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

McCoy

Comer

Davis

Raley

Garner

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Davis

Storms

Raley

Price

3/28 Nicholls

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

McCoy

Comer

Davis

Raley

3/28 Nicholls

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Holt

Comer

Davis

Raley

3/29 Nicholls

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

McCoy

Comer

Davis

Raley

4/1 TCU

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Putman

Comer

Raley

Holt

Storms

4/3 SELA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

McCoy

Comer

Davis

Raley

4/4 SELA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Wright

Comer

Davis

Raley

4/5 SELA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Holt

Comer

Davis

Raley

4/7 ORU

Steggall

Storms

Choice

Kainer

Holt

Putman

Davis

McPherson

Price

4/9 MCN

Pitschka

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Raley

Davis

Steggall

4/10 MCN

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Davis

Raley

Steggall

4/11 MCN

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Davis

Raley

Steggall

4/14 Baylor

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Storms

Steggall

Davis

4/15 Baylor

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Raley

McPherson

Price

4/17 UCA

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Steggall

Davis

Raley

3/24 Texas A&M

4/18 UCA

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

McPherson

Davis

Raley

4/19 UCA

Pitschka

Storms

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Steggall

Holt

Davis

4/21 Northwood Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

Davis

Price

Raley

4/24 SFA

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Steggall

Davis

Raley

4/25 SFA

Pitschka

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

Comer

Davis

Raley

4/26 SFA

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Storms

McPherson

Davis

4/28 OSU

Pitschka

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Comer

Davis

Raley

Price

5/1 TAMCC

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

Comer

Davis

Raley

5/2 TAMCC

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Holt

Storms

Comer

Davis

5/3 TAMCC

Pitschka

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

Comer

McPherson

Davis

5/5 OU

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Holt

Raley

Price

5/8 Lamar

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Comer

Storms

Garner

5/9 Lamar

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Comer

McPherson

Davis

5/10 Lamar

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

Putman

Comer

Raley

5/14 TXST

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

Comer

McPherson

Davis

5/15 TXST

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman McPherson

Comer

Davis

5/20 Lamar

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Comer

Davis

Raley

5/21 SFA

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Comer

McPherson

Davis

5/22 Lamar

Pitschka

Steggall

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman

Comer

Holt

Storms

BREAKDOWN (Team record with player at that spot in the lineup) LEADOFF Jay Pitschka____________________________ 39 (24-15) Preston McCoy ____________________________ 7 (3-4) Tim Steggall ______________________________ 7 (2-5) Collin Garner ______________________________ 2 (0-2) Blake Holt ________________________________ 1 (1-0) 2ND SPOT Tim Steggall ___________________________ 35 (20-15) Collin Garner _____________________________ 11 (7-4) Blake Holt ________________________________ 5 (1-4) Jeff Storms _______________________________ 2 (1-1) Preston McCoy ____________________________ 2 (0-2) Shane Hopkins ____________________________ 1 (1-0) 3RD SPOT Michael Choice _________________________ 56 (30-26) CLEANUP Matt Otteman __________________________ 55 (30-25) Andrew Kainer ____________________________ 1 (0-1) 5TH SPOT Andrew Kainer _________________________ 50 (28-22) Blake Holt ________________________________ 4 (2-2) Mitch Putman _____________________________ 2 (0-2) 6TH SPOT Chad Comer ____________________________ 17 (11-6) Mitch Putman ____________________________ 10 (4-6) Tim Steggall ______________________________ 7 (3-4) Preston McCoy ____________________________ 6 (5-1) Jeff Storms _______________________________ 4 (3-1) Blake Holt ________________________________ 4 (3-1) Shane Hopkins ____________________________ 4 (0-4) Eric Wright _______________________________ 2 (1-1) Andrew Kainer ____________________________ 1 (0-1) Ryan Davis _______________________________ 1 (0-1) 7TH SPOT Chad Comer ___________________________ 21 (10-11) Ryan Davis ______________________________ 12 (8-4) Jeff Storms _______________________________ 7 (3-4) Evan Raley ________________________________ 6 (3-3) Tim Steggall ______________________________ 3 (2-1) Justin McPherson __________________________ 2 (2-0) Mitch Putman _____________________________ 2 (0-2) Collin Garner ______________________________ 1 (1-0) Blake Holt ________________________________ 1 (1-0) Shane Hopkins ____________________________ 1 (0-1) 8TH SPOT Ryan Davis _____________________________ 18 (10-8) Evan Raley _______________________________ 12 (3-9) Justin McPherson __________________________ 8 (3-5) Chad Comer ______________________________ 5 (3-2) Jeff Storms _______________________________ 3 (3-0) Blake Holt ________________________________ 3 (1-2) Preston McCoy ____________________________ 2 (2-0) Jay Pitschka_______________________________ 2 (2-0) Chad Price ________________________________ 1 (1-0) Mitch Putman _____________________________ 1 (1-0) Tim Steggall ______________________________ 1 (1-0) 9TH SPOT Evan Raley ______________________________ 18 (12-6) Ryan Davis ______________________________ 13 (9-4) Chad Price _______________________________ 10 (5-5) Jay Pitschka_______________________________ 8 (1-7) Tim Steggall ______________________________ 3 (2-1) Collin Garner ______________________________ 2 (1-1) Jeff Storms _______________________________ 2 (0-2)

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STARTERS BY DEFENSIVE POSITION BREAKDOWN (Team record with player at that position) STARTING PITCHER Nathan Long _______________________ 14 (8-6) Ryan Robinson _____________________ 11 (5-6) Rett Varner ________________________ 10 (6-4) Andy Sauter _________________________7 (4-3) Jason Mitchell ________________________6 (3-3) Drew Clementz _______________________4 (3-1) Matt Otteman ________________________2 (1-1) Mark Picca ___________________________2 (0-2)

Date Opp. 2/20 Ark. State

P

C

1B

2B

3B

SS

LF

CF

RF

DH

Mitchell

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Holt

Otteman

2/21 TXST

Long

2/22 Siena

Varner

2/23 Siena

Clementz

Price

2/24 Texas

Sauter

Comer

Hopkins Pitschka

2/27 SFA

Varner

Comer

Hopkins Pitschka

CENTER FIELD Michael Choice ___________________ 56 (30-26) RIGHT FIELD Matt Otteman ____________________ 35 (18-17) Andrew Kainer _____________________ 12 (8-4) Blake Holt ___________________________8 (4-4) Collin Garner _________________________1 (0-1) DESIGNATED HITTER Andrew Kainer ___________________ 24 (14-10) Matt Otteman _____________________ 20 (12-8) Mitch Putman ________________________7 (3-4) Eric Wright __________________________2 (1-1) Preston McCoy _______________________2 (0-2) Jeff Storms __________________________1 (0-1)

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Hopkins Pitschka

Long

Price Comer

3/3 TCU

Robinson Putman Hopkins Pitschka Price

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Holt

Otteman

Storms

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Holt

Otteman

Raley

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Garner

Otteman

Storms

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Hopkins Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer Kainer

Davis

3/6 SHSU

Sauter

Comer

3/7 SHSU

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

3/8 SHSU

Varner

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

3/10 ULM

Clementz

Price

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman Putman

3/14 UTSA

Sauter

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman

Wright

3/15 UTSA

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Holt

Otteman

Storms

3/15 UTSA

Varner

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

3/17 MINN

Robinson

Price

Davis

Pitschka McPherson Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

3/18 MINN

Clementz Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Kainer

Choice

Otteman Putman

Raley

Steggall

3/20 NWLA

Sauter

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

3/21 NWLA

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

3/22 NWLA

Varner

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Price

Davis

Storms

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

3/24 Texas A&M Robinson 3/28 Nicholls

Sauter

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

3/28 Nicholls

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Putman Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Holt

Choice

3/29 Nicholls

Varner

Comer

4/1 TCU

Picca

Comer

4/3 SELA

Sauter

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

McCoy

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

4/4 SELA

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman

Wright

Robinson Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Davis

McPherson Storms

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Holt

Putman Otteman

4/5 SELA

Varner

4/9 MCN

Sauter

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Holt

4/10 MCN

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Robinson Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer Otteman

4/11 MCN

Price

Otteman Storms

4/7 ORU

4/14 Baylor

Varner

Comer

4/15 Baylor

Picca

Price

4/17 UCA

Robinson Comer

Putman McPherson Davis

Pitschka

4/18 UCA

Long

Comer

Davis

McPherson

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Kainer

4/19 UCA

Mitchell

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Price

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

4/21 Northwood Otteman

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

4/25 SFA

4/24 SFA

Long

Comer

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman

McCoy

4/26 SFA

Mitchell

Comer

Davis

McPherson Storms

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

4/28 OSU

Varner

Price

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Holt

Otteman

Davis

Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Davis

Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Holt

Kainer

Davis

Pitschka McPherson Steggall

5/1 TAMCC

Robinson Comer

Robinson Comer

5/2 TAMCC

Long

Comer

5/3 TAMCC

Mitchell

Comer

Varner

Price

5/5 OU 5/8 Lamar 5/9 Lamar 5/10 Lamar 5/14 TXST 5/15 TXST 5/20 Lamar 5/21 SFA 5/22 Lamar

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Garner

Raley

Robinson Comer Long

Comer

Mitchell

Comer

Robinson Comer Long

Comer

Robinson Comer Long

Comer

Otteman

Comer

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Putman Pitschka

Raley

Steggall

Holt

Choice

Kainer

Otteman

Putman Pitschka

Storms

Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Pitschka McPherson Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman Putman

Davis

Putman Pitschka

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman

McCoy

Davis

Pitschka McPherson Steggall

Garner

Choice

Otteman

Kainer

Davis

Pitschka McPherson Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman Putman

Davis

Pitschka

Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman Putman

Davis

Pitschka McPherson Steggall

Kainer

Choice

Otteman Putman

Kainer

Choice

Putman Pitschka

Raley

Raley Storms

Steggall

Holt

2010 Maverick Baseball

LEFT FIELD Andrew Kainer ____________________ 16 (6-10) Preston McCoy ____________________ 15 (10-5) Collin Garner _______________________ 15 (9-6) Blake Holt _________________________ 10 (5-5)

Steggall

Storms

Mitchell

FIRST BASE Ryan Davis ______________________ 44 (27-17) Mitch Putman ________________________6 (2-4) Shane Hopkins _______________________6 (1-5)

THIRD BASE Evan Raley _______________________ 36 (18-18) Jeff Storms ________________________ 14 (8-6) Justin McPherson _____________________6 (4-2)

Raley

Davis

3/1 Illinois

3/5 IA Wesleyan Clementz

SHORTSTOP Tim Steggall _____________________ 56 (30-26)

Comer

2/28 UTPA

CATCHER Chad Comer _____________________ 43 (24-19) Chad Price _________________________ 11 (6-5) Mitch Putman ________________________2 (0-2)

SECOND BASE Jay Pitschka______________________ 49 (27-22) Justin McPherson _____________________4 (1-3) Jeff Storms __________________________3 (2-1)

Putman Hopkins Pitschka

Otteman

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3

4

5

6

7

9

McCoy

Holt

11

15

McPherson Raley

19

20

-

3-1-1-0

-

-

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

-

-

1-0-0-0

-

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

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

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

2/22 Siena

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

-

2/23 Siena

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

-

-

-

-

-

25

33

35

36

Davis Putman Hopkins Guest

2/20 Ark. State 3-0-1-0 3-1-1-3 4-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 3-1-1-0

4-0-0-0 -

-

-

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

38

44

Wright Vaughn

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0-0-0

-

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

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

-

0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0

2/24 Texas

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

-

4-1-0-0

-

-

4-0-1-0 4-0-1-0

-

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

-

-

-

2/27 SFA

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

-

5-0-1-0

-

-

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

-

3-0-1-2

-

-

-

-

-

3-0-2-0

-

-

-

5-2-2-1

2/28 UTPA

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

4-1-1-1

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-

Illinois

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

-

4-1-0-0 4-0-1-1

-

-

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

-

1-0-0-0

-

4-0-1-0

-

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

-

-

-

-

4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0

-

4-0-0-0

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

1-0-0-0

-

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

-

1-0-0-0

-

-

-

-

-

1-1-1-1

-

3/3

TCU

3/5

IA Wesleyan

3/6

SHSU

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

4-0-3-1

-

3-1-0-0

3/7

SHSU

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

-

1-0-1-0 4-1-1-0

3/8

SHSU

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

-

0-0-0-0 4-0-0-0

-

-

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

5-0-3-2

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

-

-

-

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

3/14 UTSA

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

-

0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0

-

3/15 UTSA

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

-

0-0-0-0 2-0-0-0

-

-

4-0-2-0 0-0-0-0

3/15 UTSA

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

3/17 MINN

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

-

5-1-2-1

-

3/18 MINN

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

2-1-0-0

-

-

-

-

2-0-0-0

-

-

-

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

-

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

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

1-0-1-0

-

-

-

4-0-0-0

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

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

-

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

3/1

-

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

-

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

-

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

3/20 NWLA

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

-

4-1-3-1

-

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

-

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

-

4-0-1-1 4-1-1-0

-

-

-

-

-

3/21 NWLA

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

-

4-0-1-1

-

3-1-1-1

-

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

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

3/22 NWLA

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

-

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

1-0-0-0

3/24 Texas A&M 1-0-0-0 3-1-2-1 5-0-1-2 4-2-1-0 5-2-3-3 3-0-0-0 3/28 Nicholls

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

1-0-0-0

-

-

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

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

3-0-1-1

-

3/28 Nicholls

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

-

-

4-0-1-0

-

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

-

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

3/29 Nicholls

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

-

4-1-1-1 4-0-1-0

-

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

-

5-0-1-3

-

4/1

TCU

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

-

3-0-0-0

-

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

4/3

SELA

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

-

4-1-1-1

-

3-1-2-0

-

-

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

-

-

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

4-0-2-0 3-0-0-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0-0-0

-

4/4

SELA

4-0-0-0 4-0-2-0 4-0-0-0

-

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

-

-

-

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

-

4-0-2-0 4-0-2-0

-

-

-

4-0-0-0

-

4/5

SELA

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

-

4-2-2-2

-

3-1-1-0

-

4-0-0-0 4-1-0-1

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

1-0-0-1

4/7

ORU

4/9

MCN

4/10 MCN

-

-

-

-

-

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

5-3-2-4 6-0-0-1 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 2-0-0-0

-

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

-

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

-

-

-

-

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

-

4-2-2-1 4-3-3-4

-

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

-

-

-

-

4-0-0-0 4-0-2-0

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

0-0-0-0

-

-

-

4/11 MCN

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

-

-

-

-

4/14 Baylor

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

-

-

-

-

4/15 Baylor 4/17 UCA 4/18 UCA 4/19 UCA

-

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

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

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

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

4/24 SFA

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

-

4/25 SFA

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

-

4/26 SFA 4/28 OSU

-

5-0-2-0 4-0-0-0

-

-

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

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

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

5-0-1-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-1

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4-0-1-0 4-0-1-0

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0

TAMCC

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

-

-

-

-

TAMCC

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

4-0-1-3

-

-

4-0-0-0

-

-

-

-

4-0-1-0

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

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

2-0-0-0 -

-

4-2-1-0

5/15 TXST

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

-

5-2-2-7

-

-

-

5-0-1-0

5/20 Lamar

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

-

3-0-1-0

-

1-0-0-0

-

-

5/21 SFA

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

-

3-1-2-3

-

5/22 Lamar

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4-0-1-0 1-0-0-0

-

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

-

-

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

-

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

-

-

3-0-1-0

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

-

-

4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-0-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

4-0-0-0

-

5-0-1-1 5-1-1-0

-

-

-

-

-

5-1-2-1

-

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

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

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

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

-

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

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

-

-

4-0-0-0 4-0-2-0 3-0-0-0

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

-

-

Lamar

5/10 Lamar

-

-

4-1-1-2

Lamar

5/14 TXST

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

4-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

5/8

3-1-1-0

-

-

5/9

-

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

3-0-1-0

5/1

TAMCC

-

-

5/2

OU

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

4-0-0-0 3-0-2-0

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

5/3

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

-

-

5/5

-

-

4-1-2-0

-

-

-

-

-

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

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

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

-

4/21 Northwood 4-1-3-2 4-3-4-5 6-0-2-0 4-3-3-1 4-2-3-4 3-1-1-0 0-1-0-0 2-2-2-2 1-2-1-1 2-0-0-0

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Comer Storms Kainer

2/21 TXST

3/10 ULM

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Pitschka Choice Steggall Garner Otteman Price

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UT ARLINGTON HOME RUNS No.

Player (#)

Opponent (Date)

Runs

Outs

Count

Inning

1

Michael Choice (1)

ARKANSAS STATE (2/20)

3

2

0-0

5

J. Jones (L)

2

Evan Raley (1)

TEXAS STATE (2/21)

1

1

0-1

5

Z. Tritz (R)

3

Andrew Kainer (1)

TEXAS STATE (2/21)

2

1

1-1

8 T. Brundridge (R)

4

Blake Holt (1)

SIENA (2/23)

1

0

1-0

1

R. Poplawski (L)

5

Andrew Kainer (2)

SIENA (2/23)

1

0

0-0

5

C. Marcellus (L)

6

Michael Choice (2)

at Texas (2/24)

1

2

0-0

10

A. Wood (L)

§ *

7

Jeff Storms (1)

at Sam Houston State (3/7) 3

2

0-1

6

D. Gallant (R)

8

Ryan Davis (1)

at Sam Houston State (3/7) 3

0

0-0

5

B. Powers (L)

9

Eric Wright (1)

at Louisiana-Monroe (3/10) 1

2

0-2

9

C. Brown (R)

10

Matt Otteman (1)

UTSA (3/14)

1

0

1-1

8

K. Clarke (R)

11

Matt Otteman (2)

vs. Minnesota

2

2

1-1

7

T. Oakes (R)

‡ !

Pitcher (R/L)

Matt Otteman (3)

NORTHWESTERN STATE (3/20) 1

2

2-1

7

J. Heard (R)

Matt Otteman (4)

at Texas A&M (3/24)

2

2

2-0

5

D. Clement (R)

14

Michael Choice (3)

at Nicholls (3/29)

1

2

1-0

1

T. Minto (R)

15

Matt Otteman (5)

SOUTHEASTERN LA (4/3)

1

2

3-2

6 R. Boudreaux (R)

16

Michael Choice (4)

at Oral Roberts (4/7)

2

0

2-2

4

C. Griffin (R)

17

Michael Choice (5)

at Oral Roberts (4/7)

2

2

3-2

9

T. Kelly (R)

Δ ‡ 18

Andrew Kainer (3)

McNEESE STATE (4/9)

1

0

2-1

10

S. Holstein (R)

19

Justin McPherson (1)

at Baylor (4/15)

1

0

1-0

3

T. Blank (R)

20

Michael Choice (6)

at Central Arkansas (4/18) 1

2

0-1

1

B. Pritchett (R)

§

21

Michael Choice (7)

at Central Arkansas (4/18) 3

1

1-0

3

B. Pritchett (R)

§

22

Michael Choice (8)

at Central Arkansas (4/19) 4

2

0-1

6

L. Ariola (R)

23

Michael Choice (9)

NORTHWOOD (4/21)

3

0

3-1

8

G. Randle (R)

24

Andrew Kainer (4)

NORTHWOOD (4/21)

3

2

2-0

8

T. Marrujo (L)

25

Tim Steggall (1)

at Stephen F. Austin (4/25) 1

1

1-1

4

Jar. West (R)

26

Michael Choice (10)

A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (5/2) 1

1

1-1

2

R. Ferdin (L)

!

27

Michael Choice (11)

A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (5/3) 4

0

1-2

3

T. Hernandez (R)

28

Chad Comer (1)

A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (5/3) 2

0

2-1

3

T. Foss (R)

29

Mitch Putman (1)

A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (5/3) 1

1

0-0

3

J. Liedka (L)

30

Andrew Kainer (5)

A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (5/3) 2

1

1-1

6

B. Sparkman (R)

Δ

31

Mitch Putman (2)

OKLAHOMA (5/5)

3

1

1-0

5

K. Herren (R)

!

32

Mitch Putman (3)

at Lamar (5/8)

3

1

0-0

5 E. Harrington (R)

33

Jay Pitschka (1)

TEXAS STATE (5/14)

1

1

3-2

5

K. Holbrooks (R)

34

Matt Otteman (6)

TEXAS STATE (5/15)

3

0

1-2

3

B. Borski (R)

35

Matt Otteman (7)

TEXAS STATE (5/15)

4

1

0-0

5

M. Pitts (R)

36

Mitch Putman (4)

TEXAS STATE (5/15)

1

1

3-1

8

T. Heath (R)

37

Mitch Putman (5)

vs. Stephen F. Austin (5/21) 1

1

3-2

2

Jar. West (R)

38

Matt Otteman (8)

vs. Stephen F. Austin (5/21) 2

2

1-2

5

Jar. West (R)

39

Matt Otteman (9)

vs. Lamar (5/22)

2

1-1

7

K. Angelle (L)

* - Inside the park home run ◊ - Pinch-hit home run † - game-tying home run ‡ - tie-breaking home run Δ - Game-winning home run ! - Provided eventual winning runs § - home run erased deficit and gave UTA lead

1

vs. RHP________________________________ 30 vs. LHP _________________________________ 9 vs. Southland Teams _____________________ 26 vs. Non-SLC Teams ______________________ 13 with 0 outs ____________________________ 11 with 1 out _____________________________ 12 with 2 outs ____________________________ 16 Solo HR _______________________________ 19 2-Run HR _______________________________ 8 3-Run HR _______________________________ 9 Grand Slam _____________________________ 3 February _______________________________ 6 March _________________________________ 8 April__________________________________ 11 May __________________________________ 14 in 1st inning ____________________________ 4 in 2nd inning ___________________________ 1 in 3rd inning ____________________________ 6 in 4th inning ____________________________ 2 in 5th inning ___________________________ 10 in 6th inning ____________________________ 4 in 7th inning ____________________________ 3 in 8th inning ____________________________ 5 in 9th inning ____________________________ 2 in 10th inning ___________________________ 2 0-0 Count 0-1 Count 0-2 Count 1-0 Count 1-1 Count 1-2 Count 2-0 Count 2-1 Count 2-2 Count 3-0 Count 3-1 Count 3-2 Count

______________________________ 7 ______________________________ 4 ______________________________ 1 ______________________________ 5 ______________________________ 7 ______________________________ 3 ______________________________ 2 ______________________________ 3 ______________________________ 1 ______________________________ 0 ______________________________ 2 ______________________________ 4

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HOME RUN BREAKDOWN at Home ______________________________ 21 on the Road ___________________________ 14 at Neutral Site ___________________________ 4

Leadoff ________________________________ 2 2-Hole _________________________________ 0 3-Hole ________________________________ 11 Cleanup________________________________ 9 5-Hole _________________________________ 4 6-Hole _________________________________ 6 7-Hole _________________________________ 2 8-Hole _________________________________ 3 9-Hole _________________________________ 2 Day Games ____________________________ 20 Night Games ___________________________ 19 Starters _______________________________ 20 Relievers ______________________________ 19 Record with HR ______________________ 16-12 Record w/out HR ____________________ 14-14

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MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS MULTI-RUN INNINGS (81)

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RECORD BREAKDOWN ALL All Opponents_____________________ 30-26 at Home ________________________ 20-7 on the Road _____________________ 8-15 at Neutral Sites ___________________ 2-4 Division I teams ___________________ 28-26 Non-Division I teams _________________ 2-0 Ranked teams _______________________ 5-7 Top-10 teams _______________________ 1-2 Top-5 teams ________________________ 0-1 Top-Ranked teams ___________________ 0-0

SLC 19-13 12-5 7-8 0-0 19-13 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

When UTA starter pitches 5 + innings __ 22-18 When UTA starter pitches < 5 innings ____ 8-8 When UTA staff posts 10 + strikeouts ___ 10-5 When UTA staff posts 12 + strikeouts ____ 3-1 When UTA staff posts 15 + strikeouts ____ 1-0

14-12 5-1 4-2 1-0 1-0

Day Games _______________________ 14-13 Night Games ______________________ 16-13

11-9 8-4

Midweek Games _____________________ 9-9 Weekend Games___________________ 21-17

0-0 19-13

vs. RH Starter______________________ 23-22 vs. LH Starter ________________________ 7-4

16-11 3-2

1-Run Games ______________________ 8-10 2-Run Games _______________________ 3-8 5-Plus-Run Games __________________ 15-4 Extra-Inning Games __________________ 4-6

6-5 3-6 10-1 4-4

Last at-bat wins _______________________ 2 Last at-bat losses ______________________ 5

2 2

Wearing White ______________________ 8-8 Wearing Black _______________________ 7-7 Wearing Blue _______________________ 1-3 Wearing White Pinstripes ______________ 3-1 Wearing Gray ______________________ 10-7 Wearing Green ______________________ 1-0

7-4 4-4 0-0 0-1 8-4 0-0

On Monday _________________________ On Tuesday _________________________ On Wednesday ______________________ On Thursday ________________________ On Friday___________________________ On Saturday ________________________ On Sunday _________________________

1-0 4-6 1-3 3-1 7-5 7-6 7-5

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 6-3 6-5 6-4

Series Openers ______________________ 7-4 Middle Games_______________________ 6-5 Series Finales ______________________ * 6-4

4-4 6-5 * 6-4

In February _________________________ 4-3 In March __________________________ 11-8 In April ___________________________ 8-10 In May _____________________________ 7-5

0-0 8-4 6-6 5-3

In Texas __________________________ 24-23 in Louisiana _________________________ 3-1 in Oklahoma ________________________ 0-2 in Arkansas _________________________ 3-0

13-13 3-0 0-0 3-0

Below 50 degrees ____________________ 0-0 50-59 degrees _______________________ 5-3 60-69 degrees _______________________ 7-4 70-79 degrees ______________________ 10-7 80-89 degrees ______________________ 8-11 90-99 degrees _______________________ 0-1

0-0 4-1 5-1 6-3 4-8 0-0

* Texas State series finale was cancelled

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2 Runs _______________________________________________ 41 3 Runs _______________________________________________ 16 4 Runs _______________________________________________ 10 5 Runs ________________________________________________ 7 6 Runs ________________________________________________ 3 9 Runs ________________________________________________ 2 11 Runs _______________________________________________ 1 13 Runs _______________________________________________ 1

GO-AHEAD RBI (49)

Michael Choice ________________________________________ 10 Matt Otteman __________________________________________ 9 Ryan Davis ____________________________________________ 6 Andrew Kainer _________________________________________ 6 Chad Comer ___________________________________________ 5 Tim Steggall ___________________________________________ 5 Evan Raley _____________________________________________ 2 Collin Garner ___________________________________________ 1 Blake Holt _____________________________________________ 1 Preston McCoy _________________________________________ 1 Jay Pitschka____________________________________________ 1 Chad Price _____________________________________________ 1 Jeff Storms ____________________________________________ 1

GAME TYING RBI (23)

Michael Choice _________________________________________ Jay Pitschka____________________________________________ Matt Otteman __________________________________________ Chad Comer ___________________________________________ Ryan Davis ____________________________________________ Andrew Kainer _________________________________________ Tim Steggall ___________________________________________ Justin McPherson _______________________________________ Mitch Putman __________________________________________ Evan Raley _____________________________________________ Jeff Storms ____________________________________________

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2-OUT RBI (152)

MICHAEL CHOICE

Matt Otteman _________________________________________ 31 Michael Choice ________________________________________ 25 Andrew Kainer ________________________________________ 24 Chad Comer __________________________________________ 17 Ryan Davis ___________________________________________ 11 Tim Steggall __________________________________________ 10 Evan Raley _____________________________________________ 9 Jay Pitschka____________________________________________ 7 Preston McCoy _________________________________________ 4 Jeff Storms ____________________________________________ 4 Justin McPherson _______________________________________ 3 Eric Wright ____________________________________________ 3 Collin Garner ___________________________________________ 2 Chad Price _____________________________________________ 2

INFIELD BASE HITS (68)

Michael Choice ________________________________________ 13 Matt Otteman _________________________________________ 10 Tim Steggall ___________________________________________ 8 Collin Garner ___________________________________________ 6 Andrew Kainer _________________________________________ 6 Jay Pitschka____________________________________________ 6 Ryan Davis ____________________________________________ 5 Chad Comer ___________________________________________ 4 Preston McCoy _________________________________________ 3 Justin McPherson _______________________________________ 2 Jeff Storms ____________________________________________ 2 Blake Holt _____________________________________________ 1 Chad Price _____________________________________________ 1 Evan Raley _____________________________________________ 1

OUTFIELD ASSISTS (14)

Michael Choice _________________________________________ Matt Otteman __________________________________________ Andrew Kainer _________________________________________ Blake Holt _____________________________________________

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PICKOFFS BY PITCHERS (12)

Jason Mitchell .......................................................................................................5 Adam Boydston....................................................................................................3 Nathan Long..........................................................................................................2 Ryan Robinson......................................................................................................1 Andy Sauter ...........................................................................................................1

BUNT BASE HITS (16)

MATT OTTEMAN

Ryan Davis ____________________________________________ Chad Price _____________________________________________ Matt Otteman __________________________________________ Jay Pitschka____________________________________________ Collin Garner ___________________________________________ Preston McCoy _________________________________________ Jeff Storms ____________________________________________

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MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS BIG INNINGS (4-PLUS RUNS)

SEASON SUMMARY

UT ARLINGTON Opponent ARKANSAS STATE SIENA vs. Stephen F. Austin at Sam Houston State vs. Minnesota MINNESOTA MINNESOTA NORTHWESTERN STATE SOUTHEASTERN LA McNEESE STATE McNEESE STATE BAYLOR at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas NORTHWOOD NORTHWOOD A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI at Lamar TEXAS STATE TEXAS STATE

INN. RUNS 5th 5 6th 11 7th 4 6th 5 3rd 4 2nd 4 8th 4 2nd 9 5th 5 3rd 4 6th 6 6th 4 3rd 4 9th 6 3rd 4 2nd 4 6th 5 6th 4 8th 13 2nd 5 3rd 9 5th 5 3rd 5 5th 6

W W

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Result 5-4 13-0 L 6-12 L 5-7 6-2 12-5 12-5 16-0 9-0 18-8 18-8 5-4 11-2 11-2 8-6 11-10 11-10 23-7 23-7 10-4 14-4 9-4 14-6 14-6

OPPONENT Date 2/20 2/27 2/27 3/3 3/10 3/28 3/29 4/9 4/15 4/24 4/28 5/15

Opponent ARKANSAS STATE vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Stephen F. Austin TCU at Louisiana-Monroe at Nicholls at Nicholls McNEESE STATE at Baylor at Stephen F. Austin at Oklahoma State TEXAS STATE

INN. RUNS 1st 4 2nd 4 5th 4 1st 5 6th 7 1st 4 1st 4 3rd 5 2nd 5 1st 4 3rd 5 4th 6

W

W W W

W

Result 5-4 L 6-12 L 6-12 L 3-11 L 9-15 6-5 6-5 8-7 L 7-10 L 4-6 L 2-6 14-6

RECORD WITH A BIG INNING __________________ 16-2 RECORD W/OUT A BIG INNING _______________ 14-24 RECORD WHEN ALLOWING A BIG INNING ________ 5-6 RECORD WHEN NOT ALLOWING A BIG INNING _ 25-20

1 33 43

3 49 28

4 29 34

WIN-LOSS RECORD WHEN... Overall ___________________________________ 30-26 Conference _______________________________ 19-13 Non-Conference ___________________________ 11-13 Home Games ______________________________ 20-7 Away Games _______________________________ 8-15 Neutral Site Games ___________________________ 2-4 Day Games _______________________________ 14-13 Night Games ______________________________ 16-13 vs. LHP Starter _______________________________ 7-4 vs. RHP Starter ____________________________ 23-22 1-Run Games ______________________________ 8-10 2-Run Games _______________________________ 3-8 5+ Run Games _____________________________ 15-4 Extra Innings ________________________________ 4-6 Shutouts ___________________________________ 5-1

5 54 31

6 59 38

7 37 27

8 42 28

9 23 12

EX 5 9

TOTAL 370 271

After 6 leading _____________________________ 23-3 After 6 trailing ______________________________ 3-20 After 6 tied _________________________________ 4-3 After 7 leading _____________________________ 23-2 After 7 trailing ______________________________ 3-21 After 7 tied _________________________________ 1-3 After 8 leading _____________________________ 23-2 After 8 trailing ______________________________ 3-18 After 8 tied _________________________________ 1-6 Hit 0 home runs ___________________________ 14-14 Hit 1 home run ____________________________ 10-10 Hit 2+ home runs ____________________________ 6-2 Opponent hit 0 home runs __________________ 21-16 Opponent hit 1 home run _____________________ 8-4 Opponent hit 2+ home runs ___________________ 1-6

Scoring 0-2 runs _____________________________ 0-9 Scoring 3-5 runs _____________________________ 8-9 Scoring 6-9 runs ____________________________ 11-8 Scoring 10+ runs ___________________________ 11-0

Made 0 errors ______________________________ 11-8 Made 1 error _______________________________ 12-6 Made 2+ errors _____________________________ 7-12

Opponent scores 0-2 runs ____________________ 12-3 Opponent scores 3-5 runs ____________________ 12-9 Opponent scores 6-9 runs _____________________ 5-9 Opponent scores 10+ runs_____________________ 1-5

Opponent made 0 errors _____________________ 7-11 Opponent made 1 error _______________________ 6-8 Opponent made 2+ errors ____________________ 17-7

Scored in 1st inning _________________________ 14-3 Opponent scored in 1st inning ________________ 9-10 Scores first________________________________ 22-11 Opponent scores first ________________________ 8-15

Out-hit opponent ___________________________ 23-4 Out-hit by opponent ________________________ 5-20 Hits are tied_________________________________ 2-2

RECORD BY RUNS SCORED W-L

0 0-1

1 0-3

2 0-5

3 1-6

4 3-1

5 4-2

6 3-4

7 3-2

8 3-1

9 2-1

10+ 11-0

RECORD BY RUNS ALLOWED W-L

0 5-0

1 2-1

2 5-2

3 2-3

4 6-5

5 4-1

6 2-2

7 2-2

8 1-4

9 0-1

10+ 1-5

RECORD LEADING AFTER W-L

1 12-1

2 18-3

3 21-4

4 21-5

5 22-4

6 23-3

7 23-2

8 23-2

RECORD TRAILING AFTER W-L

1 7-9

2 6-13

3 5-14

4 5-12

5 5-15

6 3-20

7 3-21

8 3-18

1 11-16

2 6-10

3 4-8

4 4-9

5 3-7

6 4-3

7 1-3

8 1-6

RECORD TIED AFTER W-L Longest Winning Streak: 6

Longest Losing Streak: 4

STARTERS G UTA 56 Opponents 56

W-L 21-12 9-22

ERA 4.28 5.08

IP 333.0 281.2

BULLPEN G UTA 56 Opponents 56

W-L 9-14 17-8

ERA 4.56 6.24

IP 163.2 206.1

RELIEF PITCHERSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; EFFECTIVENESS PITCHER Adam Boydston Drew Clementz Matt Dunn Jeff Edlefsen Brandon Endsley Andrew Kainer Ryan Martin Jason Mitchell Matt Otteman Mark Picca Ryan Robinson Andy Sauter Rett Varner Brian Watson TEAM

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Date 2/20 2/22 2/27 3/7 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/22 4/5 4/10 4/10 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/21 4/21 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/15 5/15

SCORING BY INNING UT Arlington Opponents

PITCHING BREAKDOWN

RELIEF APP. WINS 29 5 6 4 4 2 14 12 8 3 2 4 6 12 111

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 9

H 383 326

R 176 185

ER 157 159

BB 96 74

SO 269 188

HR 16 20

OBA .296 .290

H 175 279

R 95 185

ER 83 143

BB 87 92

SO 141 188

HR 12 19

OBA .282 .326

FIRST BATTER RETIRED/FACED

RUNNERS INHERITED/SCORED

21/29 2/5 3/6 0/4 3/4 0/2 7/14 9/12 5/8 2/3 0/2 2/4 4/6 9/12 67/111

18/3 6/2 1/0 2/1 0/0 0/0 15/6 8/1 3/2 0/0 1/0 3/0 6/3 5/1 68/19

ERA/IP 3.29/38.1 2.16/8.1 8.59/7.1 48.60/1.2 0.00/4.2 27.00/1.0 4.26/19.0 4.76/22.2 4.85/13.0 15.00/3.0 0.00/6.1 0.93/9.2 3.27/11/0 5.09/17.2 4.56/163.2

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MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS SERIES-BY-SERIES BATTING SERIES W-L AVG UTA/Hilton 3-1 .361 UTPA Tourn 1-2 .214 SHSU 0-3 .272 UTSA 2-1 .243 MINN 2-0 .386 NWLA 3-0 .389 NICH 3-0 .283 SELA 1-2 .306 MCN 2-1 .369 UCA 3-0 .282 SFA 0-3 .250 TAMCC 3-0 .375 LU 1-2 .257 TXST 1-1 .351 SLC 1-2 .284

AB 147 98 103 103 70 95 106 108 103 117 108 104 105 77 102

R 36 12 12 10 18 25 19 15 27 30 9 28 13 20 13

H 53 21 28 25 27 37 30 33 38 33 27 39 27 27 29

RBI 34 11 12 9 17 24 16 14 26 27 8 26 12 19 13

2B 10 8 3 6 6 7 6 9 6 6 5 8 6 5 5

3B 2 1 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 0

HR SLG% 5 .558 0 .316 2 .359 1 .330 1 .514 1 .516 1 .443 1 .435 1 .476 3 .410 1 .324 5 .635 1 .362 4 .623 3 .422

BB 13 12 8 14 6 4 7 3 11 10 8 6 13 10 9

SO 25 17 17 23 20 23 27 17 20 21 18 22 21 12 23

AB OBA 131 .198 100 .260 102 .363 98 .313 68 .279 95 .263 105 .257 100 .240 108 .352 113 .319 95 .326 94 .309 105 .314 77 .325 107 .318

RBI 46 105 116 78

2B 15 39 33 26

3B 3 6 4 5

BB HBP 12 5 9 4 6 3 9 1 6 5 8 1 7 3 5 6 11 6 15 4 8 2 6 2 6 4 7 2 11 5

SO 15 21 26 19 12 13 23 16 22 27 16 9 25 16 22

OB% .424 .304 .327 .310 .469 .434 .333 .370 .447 .382 .314 .420 .322 .414 .375

SF 1 1 1 0 0 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 2

SH SB-SBA 4 8-9 0 2-3 1 1-1 2 6-7 0 5-7 1 1-1 5 2-4 1 2-3 4 3-5 5 3-5 1 3-3 2 1-1 1 3-5 2 1-2 2 0-3

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SERIES-BY-SERIES PITCHING SERIES UTA/Hilton UTPA Tourn SHSU UTSA MINN NWLA NICH SELA MCN UCA SFA TAMCC LU TXST SLC

W-L 3-1 1-2 0-3 2-1 2-0 3-0 3-0 1-2 2-1 3-0 0-3 3-0 1-2 1-1 1-2

ERA 3.00 3.81 7.88 1.61 3.50 0.72 3.54 2.67 5.33 5.46 4.56 3.96 2.70 6.63 3.81

IP 36.0 26.0 24.0 28.0 18.0 25.0 28.0 27.0 27.0 28.0 25.2 25.0 26.2 19.0 26.0

H 26 26 37 21 19 25 27 24 38 36 31 29 33 25 34

R 13 15 22 8 18 2 12 9 17 18 15 11 11 14 12

ER 12 11 21 5 16 2 11 8 16 17 13 11 8 14 11

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

3B 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

HR WP 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 5 0 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 3

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

BK 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

SF 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 2 1 1 0 2

SH GDP 0 2 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 3 3 0 1 3 2 5 2 2 3 2 1 3 3 1

MONTH-BY-MONTH BATTING MONTH February March April May

W-L 4-3 11-8 8-10 7-5

AVG .302 .311 .297 .313

AB 248 660 649 422

R 49 113 126 82

H 75 205 193 132

HR SLG% 6 .460 8 .424 11 .411 14 .498

BB HBP 23 9 49 17 61 23 33 16

SO 37 131 131 77

OB% .379 .368 .374 .382

SF 2 10 7 3

SH SB-SBA 4 9-11 10 18-25 13 17-23 7 5-12

MONTH-BY-MONTH PITCHING MONTH February March April May

W-L 4-3 11-8 8-10 7-5

ERA IP H R 3.59 62.2 60 29 4.23 166.0 182 92 4.97 159.1 186 97 4.17 105.2 130 52

ER 25 78 88 49

BB SO 26 45 60 138 52 136 45 91

AB OBA 236 .254 641 .284 620 .300 416 .313

2B 8 34 35 23

3B HR WP 2 3 2 5 6 10 0 13 16 2 6 7

HB 6 10 8 8

BK 0 2 4 1

SF 0 7 8 4

SH GDP 6 5 15 7 12 14 9 10

HOME-AWAY-NEUTRAL BATTING VENUE Home Away Neutral

W-L 20-7 8-15 2-4

AVG .349 .267 .256

AB 962 818 199

R 219 124 27

H 336 218 51

RBI 204 114 27

2B 64 39 10

3B 11 6 1

HR SLG% 21 .504 14 .380 4 .377

BB HBP 76 31 72 22 18 12

SO 153 178 45

OB% .411 .338 .349

SF 9 10 3

SH SB-SBA 17 27-38 15 17-24 2 5-9

HOME-AWAY-NEUTRAL PITCHING VENUE Home Away Neutral

W-L 20-7 8-15 2-4

ERA IP H R ER 3.59 241.0 243 107 96 5.38 200.2 255 135 120 4.15 52.0 60 29 24

BB SO 85 200 77 166 21 44

AB 911 797 205

OBA .267 .320 .293

2B 36 56 8

3B 4 2 3

HR WP 9 14 17 17 2 4

HB 17 13 2

BK 5 2 0

SF 10 6 3

SH GDP 14 15 23 18 5 3

DAY-NIGHT BATTING TIME Day Night

W-L AVG AB 14-13 .292 953 16-13 .319 1026

R 154 216

H 278 327

RBI 143 202

2B 59 54

3B 10 8

HR SLG% 20 .438 19 .442

BB HBP 77 35 89 30

SO OB% 179 .363 231 .361

SF 9 13

SITUATIONAL STATISTICS

RUNNERS ON PLAYER H AB AVG. Michael Choice 53 124 .427 Chad Comer 24 86 .279 Ryan Davis 25 81 .309 Collin Garner 8 32 .250 Steffan Guest 0 0 --Blake Holt 8 32 .250 Shane Hopkins 3 10 .300 Andrew Kainer 46 117 .393 Preston McCoy 10 31 .323 Justin McPherson 6 19 .316 Matt Otteman 53 126 .421 Jay Pitschka 18 59 .305 Chad Price 4 13 .308 Mitch Putman 5 32 .156 Evan Raley 19 68 .279 Tim Steggall 24 111 .306 Jeff Storms 8 35 .229 Jordan Vaughn 0 3 .000 Eric Wright 1 9 .111 TOTALS 325 988 .329 OPPONENTS 279 932 .299

BASES EMPTY H AB AVG. 40 101 .396 18 72 .250 17 78 .218 10 39 .256 1 1 1.000 5 38 .132 2 11 .182 39 87 .448 8 38 .211 5 23 .217 42 94 .447 35 134 .261 5 23 .217 11 29 .379 10 61 .164 26 124 .210 4 28 .143 0 3 .000 2 7 .286 280 991 .283 279 981 .284

BASES LOADED PLAYER H AB AVG. Michael Choice 2 6 .333 Chad Comer 5 10 .500 Ryan Davis 2 6 .333 Collin Garner 0 2 .000 Steffan Guest 0 0 --Blake Holt 1 1 1.000 Shane Hopkins 0 0 --Andrew Kainer 3 11 .273 Preston McCoy 0 1 .000 Justin McPherson 0 1 .000 Matt Otteman 8 14 .571 Jay Pitschka 0 1 .000 Chad Price 0 1 .000 Mitch Putman 0 4 .000 Evan Raley 0 6 .000 Tim Steggall 3 3 1.000 Jeff Storms 0 1 .000 Jordan Vaughn 0 1 .000 Eric Wright 1 2 .500 TOTALS 25 71 .352 OPPONENTS 12 51 .235

PINCH HITTING H AB AVG. 0 0 --0 0 --0 0 --0 7 .000 1 1 1.000 0 6 .000 0 3 .000 1 1 1.000 2 10 .200 0 0 --0 1 .000 0 0 --0 0 --1 4 .250 0 0 --0 0 --0 0 --0 3 .000 3 8 .375 8 44 .182 16 53 .302

SCORING POSITION PLAYER H AB AVG. Michael Choice 35 75 .467 Chad Comer 17 64 .266 Ryan Davis 16 54 .296 Collin Garner 7 24 .292 Steffan Guest 0 0 --Blake Holt 5 20 .250 Shane Hopkins 0 5 .000 Andrew Kainer 30 77 .390 Preston McCoy 2 15 .133 Justin McPherson 4 10 .400 Matt Otteman 38 84 .452 Jay Pitschka 12 39 .308 Chad Price 2 8 .250 Mitch Putman 3 23 .130 Evan Raley 9 43 .209 Tim Steggall 24 70 .343 Jeff Storms 5 24 .208 Jordan Vaughn 0 2 .000 Eric Wright 1 6 .167

H 36 13 10 6 0 1 2 26 9 4 35 9 3 3 17 15 2 0 2

TWO OUTS AB AVG. 87 .414 47 .277 47 .213 20 .300 0 --14 .071 9 .222 76 .342 21 .429 18 .222 83 .422 50 .180 15 .200 16 .188 58 .293 58 .259 16 .125 0 --6 .333

SH SB-SBA 10 22-32 24 27-39

DAY-NIGHT PITCHING TIME Day Night

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W-L ERA IP H R ER 14-13 3.69 239.1 269 112 98 16-13 5.02 254.1 289 159 142

BB SO 84 179 99 231

AB OBA 924 .291 989 .292

2B 45 55

3B 6 3

HR WP 9 15 19 20

HB 17 15

BK 3 4

SF 6 13

SH GDP 20 18 22 18

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Drew CLEMENTZ 6-0 ● 170 ● RHP ● R/R ● 2L

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CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched ______________________ 7.0, vs. Siena (2/23/09) Strikeouts _______________________ 6, vs. Minnesota (3/18/09) Longest Start (IP) ____________________ 7.0, vs. Siena (2/23/09) Shortest Start (IP) _____________ 2.1, at Louisiana-Monroe (3/10) Longest Relief Outing (IP) _________ 4.2, vs. Minnesota (3/18/09) Runs Allowed ____________________ 5, vs. Minnesota (3/18/09) * Indicates most recent high

Katy, Texas ● Taylor HS Bethel College

Year 2008 2009 Career

ERA 3.16 3.29 3.23

W-L 1-2 2-0 3-2

APP 14 9 23

GS 2 4 6

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 2 0 2

IP 25.2 27.1 53.0

H 24 24 48

GP-GS 35-28 52-44 87-72

Edmond, Okla. ● Edmond North HS Eastern Oklahoma College AB 103 159 262

R 22 20 42

H 23 42 65

2B 7 5 12

BB 8 12 20

3B 1 2 3

HR 0 1 1

RBI 12 28 40

TB 32 54 86

ERA 19.89 8.59 13.83

W-L 0-2 0-0 0-2

APP 5 6 11

GS 1 0 1

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0

IP 6.1 7.1 13.2

H 15 12 27

Jeff EDLEFSEN 5-11 ● 180 ● LHP ● L/L ● 2L

R 14 9 23

ER 14 7 21

BB 5 4 9

ERA 7.36 48.60 15.00

W-L 1-0 0-0 1-0

APP 10 4 14

GS 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 1 0 1

IP 7.1 1.2 9.0

H 15 10 25

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Brandon ENDSLEY 5-11 ● 175 ● RHP ● R/R ● 4L

R 6 11 17

ER 6 9 15

BB 5 2 7

ERA 6.69 7.48 11.05 0.00 6.97

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

APP 24 17 5 4 50

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GS 1 1 0 0 2

CG 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/1

SV 0 0 0 0 0

IP 40.1 27.2 7.1 4.2 80.0

H 60 41 11 3 115

42 R 33 25 11 0 69

ER 30 23 9 0 62

B/Avg .250 .242 .246

WP 4 1 5

HBP 2 1 3

BK 0 0 0

SLG .311 .340 .328

BB 6 9 15

HBP 4 4 8

SO 17 34 51

OBA .289 .314 .304

SB-ATT 0-1 1-3 1-4

SO 2 5 7

2B 5 4 9

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 1 1

B/Avg .556 .375 .458

WP 1 2 3

HBP 2 0 2

BK 0 0 0

SO 6 1 7

2B 1 3 4

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 1 2

B/Avg .441 .625 .500

WP 3 1 4

HBP 0 0 0

BK 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched ___________6.0, vs. Northwestern State (5/27/06) Strikeouts _____________________3, at McNeese State (4/15/06) Longest Start (IP) _________6.0, vs. Northwestern State (5/27/06) Shortest Start (IP) ________________ 3.0, at Texas A&M (2/20/07) Longest Relief Outing (IP) __5.2, at Southeastern Louisiana (4/20/07) Runs Allowed ____________ 5 3x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (5/13/07)* * Indicates most recent high

Lewisville, Texas ● Lewisville HS

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

HR 2 2 4

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched ______________________3.0, vs. Lamar (3/16/08) Strikeouts ___________________________ 2, vs. Lamar (3/16/08) Longest Start (IP) ____________________________________N/A Shortest Start (IP) ____________________________________N/A Longest Relief Outing (IP) _____________3.0, vs. Lamar (3/16/08) Runs Allowed ___________________________ 5, vs. TCU (3/3/09) * Indicates most recent high

Bloomington, Minn. ● Thomas Jefferson HS Barton County CC

Year 2008 2009 Career

3B 0 1 1

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched _________________________ 3.0, at TCU (3/4/08) Strikeouts _______________________2, vs. Northwood (4/21/09) Longest Start (IP) ____________0.1, vs. Houston Baptist (3/11/08) Shortest Start (IP) ____________0.1, vs. Houston Baptist (3/11/08) Longest Relief Outing (IP) ________________ 3.0, at TCU (3/4/08) Runs Allowed ________________ 6, vs. Houston Baptist (3/11/08) * Indicates most recent high

Belton, Texas ● Belton HS Temple College

Year 2008 2009 Career

2B 4 5 9

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats_______________________ 5 4x, vs. Texas State (5/14/09)* Hits ______________________________3 2x, vs. Siena (2/22/09)* Runs _________________ 3 4x, vs. Northwestern State (3/22/09)* RBI ____________________ 4, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/5/09) Walks ______________________ 2, at Stephen F. Austin (5/10/08) Hit Streak ____________________11 games, (March 15-29, 2009) * Indicates most recent high

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Matt DUNN 6-2 ● 220 ● RHP ● R/R ● 2L

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AVG .223 .264 .248

ER 9 10 19

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Ryan DAVIS 6-0 ● 200 ● INF ● R/R ● 2L Year 2008 2009 Career

R 14 12 26

BB 9 4 6 2 21

SO 20 15 4 3 42

2B 12 8 2 1 23

3B 1 5 0 0 6

HR 4 3 1 0 8

B/Avg .355 .336 .333 .200 .339

WP 3 1 0 0 4

HBP 2 3 1 2 8

BK 0 0 0 0 0

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Collin GARNER 5-10 ● 170 ● OF ● L/L ● 4L

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats____________ 5 3x, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3/09)* Hits ________________________ 3 4x, vs. Northwood (4/21/09)* Runs ________________________ 4, vs. McNeese State (4/10/09) RBI _______________________3, vs. North Carolina State (6/3/06) Walks _________________________ 3, at Louisiana Tech (2/11/06) Hit Streak _________________ 5 2x, 5 games, (April 10-17, 2009)* * Indicates most recent high

Arlington, Texas ● Lamar HS

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

AVG .267 .209 .138 .254 .229

GP-GS 54-25 31-22 22-5 37-16 144-68

AB 75 91 29 71 266

R 17 13 5 18 53

H 20 19 4 18 61

2B 2 6 1 1 10

3B 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 1 0 0 1

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Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .247 .186 .218

GP-GS 34-17 30-18 64-35

AB 77 70 147

R 10 11 21

H 19 13 32

2B 2 4 6

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 1 3

Andrew KAINER 6-2 ● 215 ● OF/LHP ● R/L ● 2L Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .300 .417 .373

Year 2009 Career

ERA 27.00 27.00

GP-GS 41-32 53-52 94-84 W-L 0-0 0-0

Conroe, Texas ● Conroe HS Angelina College AB 120 204 324

APP 2 2

GS 0 0

R 17 35 52

CG 0 0

H 36 85 121

SHO 0/0 0/0

2B 11 23 34

SV 0 0

IP 1.0 1.0

3B 0 0 0 H 1 1

ERA 5.33 5.14 5.62 3.76 4.82

W-L 1-0 2-8 5-4 6-4 14-16

R 3 3

RBI 4 7 11

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Fort Worth, Texas ● All Saints Episcopal HS Oklahoma

APP 15 17 14 14 60

GS 0 10 13 14 37

CG 0 0 2 2 4

SHO 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 2/0

SV 1 0 0 0 1

IP 27.0 77.0 73.2 93.1 271.0

H 28 97 102 107 334

Ryan MARTIN 6-0 ● 200 ● RHP ● R/R ● 4L

TB 27 20 47

R 18 54 53 43 168

ER 16 44 46 39 145

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ERA 7.06 6.65 4.23 4.26 5.42

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

APP 12 11 19 14 56

GS 2 0 0 0 2

CG 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/1

SV 0 1 3 0 4

IP 29.1 21.2 44.2 19.0 114.2

H 48 29 49 29 155

R 21 18 31 10 90

ER 23 16 21 9 69

SLG .351 .286 .320

TB 56 123 179 BB 3 3

HBP 0 0 0 1 1

SO 18 20 9 17 64

OBA .382 .294 .242 .357 .331

SB-ATT 9-10 2-4 2-3 3-5 16-22

BB 6 5 11

HBP 0 3 3

SO 20 24 44

OBA .301 .269 .286

SB-ATT 3-3 4-4 7-7

SLG .467 .603 .552 SO 1 1

2B 0 0

BB 5 13 18 3B 0 0

HBP 5 11 16 HR 0 0

SO 28 38 66 B/Avg .333 .333

OBA .354 .474 .431 WP 1 1

HBP 1 1

SB-ATT 2-5 14-18 16-23 BK 0 0

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched _____ 9.0 4x, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/4/09)* Strikeouts _________________________ 15, at Nicholls (3/28/09) Longest Start (IP) ___ 9.0 4x, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/4/09)* Shortest Start (IP) _____________3.1 3x, vs. Texas State (5/15/09)* Longest Relief Outing (IP) ______________7.0, vs. Illinois (3/9/07) Runs Allowed _______________________ 10, vs. Lamar (3/14/08) * Indicates most recent high BB 14 16 23 29 82

SO 21 48 56 104 229

2B 6 18 17 24 65

3B 2 3 2 3 10

HR 3 8 10 3 24

B/Avg .272 .314 .334 .289 .307

WP 2 7 8 5 22

HBP 1 12 7 5 25

BK 1 0 0 0 1

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched ______________ 6.0 2x, vs. Hawai’i-Hilo (4/18/06)* Strikeouts _____________________ 4, vs. UNC-Asheville (3/8/06) Longest Start (IP) _______________ 6.0, vs. UNC-Ashville (3/8/06) Shortest Start (IP) _____________ 4.0, at Louisiana Tech (2/12/06) Longest Relief Outing (IP) ________ 6.0, vs. Hawai’i-Hilo (4/18/06) Runs Allowed ___________________ 10, vs. Texas State (5/21/08) * Indicates most recent high

Friendswood, Texas ● Friendswood HS

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

BB 14 11 4 11 40

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats______________________ 6, at Central Arkansas (4/19/09) Hits ______________________________ 4 2x, at Lamar (5/8/09)* Runs ___________________________3, vs. Northwood (4/21/09) RBI ___________________________5, at McNeese State (4/13/08) Walks ____________________________ 2 2x, vs. Lamar (5/20/09)* Hit Streak _________________36 games, (March 7-May 8, 2009)# Innings Pitched _____________1.0, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/27/09) Strikeouts __________________ 1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/27/09) * Indicates most recent high # Broke UTA & SLC All-Time Record

RBI 26 46 72 ER 3 3

SLG .293 .308 .172 .268 .278

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats____________________________5 2x, vs. Siena (2/23/09)* Hits ________________________ 2 6x, vs. Northwood (4/21/09)* Runs _______________________ 2 2x, vs. Northwood (4/21/09)* RBI _____________________________2, vs. Northwood (4/21/09) Walks ___________________ 1 11x, at Oklahoma State (4/28/09)* Hit Streak ______________ 4 games, (February 23-March 7, 2009) * Indicates most recent high

20 HR 3 5 8

Nathan LONG 6-2 ● 210 ● RHP ● R/R ● 4L Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

TB 22 28 5 19 74

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Blake HOLT 6-3 ● 210 ● OF ● R/R ● 2L Salado, Texas ● Belton HS Temple College

RBI 12 9 2 7 30

BB 15 12 13 9 49

SO 15 10 20 11 56

2B 7 6 7 2 22

3B 0 0 0 0 0

HR 4 2 4 1 11

B/Avg .375 .333 .275 .367 .328

WP 2 1 4 0 7

HBP 1 5 7 2 15

BK 2 1 2 0 5

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Preston McCOY 5-11 ● 180 ● OF ● L/R ● 2L Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .267 .261 .264

West, Texas ● West HS Hill College

GP-GS 29-13 34-17 63-30

AB 60 69 129

R 14 12 26

H 16 18 34

2B 2 3 5

3B 1 0 1

Justin McPHERSON 5-11 ● 180 ● INF ● R/R ● 2L AVG .220 .262 .233

GP-GS 38-21 14-10 52-31

AB 91 42 133

R 14 7 21

H 20 11 31

2B 2 1 3

3B 1 0 1

Matt OTTEMAN 6-1 ● 210 ● OF/RHP ● R/R ● 4L

RBI 8 6 14

TB 20 21 41

11 HR 0 1 1

AVG .333 .209 .318 .432 .345

Year 2006 2008 2009 Career

ERA 17.47 4.35 3.38 4.99

GP-GS 12-2 37-29 43-38 56-55 148-124 W-L 0-0 4-3 3-1 7-4

APP 3 12 10 25

AB 9 110 154 220 493 GS 0 7 2 9

R 1 10 34 52 97 CG 0 1 0 1

H 3 23 49 95 170 SHO 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/2

2B 0 2 9 15 26 SV 0 1 0 1

3B 0 0 2 8 10

RBI 8 5 13

TB 24 15 39

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IP 5.2 49.2 24.0 79.1

H 14 48 21 83

Jay PITSCHKA 6-0 ● 170 ● INF ● R/R ● 2L

HR 0 1 1 9 11 R 11 28 10 49

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Omaha, Neb. ● Omaha North HS Butler CC

Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .277 .275 .276

GP-GS 52-49 51-49 103-98

AB 148 193 341

R 36 38 74

H 41 53 94

2B 6 10 16

3B 0 2 2

HR 0 1 1

RBI 14 18 32

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Chad PRICE 6-0 ● 175 ● C ● R/R ● 2L

Denison, Texas ● Denison HS Eastern Oklahoma College

Year 2008 2009 Career

AVG .132 .250 .189

GP-GS 17-12 18-11 35-23

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AB 38 36 74

R 5 10 15

H 5 9 14

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 3 4 7

HBP 0 0 0

SO 13 11 24

OBA .348 .350 .349

SB-ATT 2-2 2-2 4-4

SLG .264 .357 .293

BB 8 4 12

HBP 1 1 2

SO 20 4 24

OBA .290 .340 .306

SB-ATT 1-1 1-1 2-2

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats______________________ 5 24x, vs. Texas State (5/15/09)* Hits ____________________________ 3 21x, at Lamar (5/10/09)* Runs ________________________ 4, vs. McNeese State (4/10/09) RBI _____________________________ 7, vs. Texas State (5/15/09) Walks ________________________________ 4, at UTSA (3/30/08) Hit Streak ____________26 games, (February 20-March 29, 2009) Innings Pitched ______________________ 7.0, vs. UALR (2/24/08) Strikeouts _________________________ 8, vs. Oklahoma (5/5/09) * Indicates most recent high

RBI 1 16 27 69 113 ER 11 24 9 44

BB 8 10 18

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats________________________ 7, vs. McNeese State (3/7/08) Hits ______________________________ 3 2x, at Baylor (4/9/08)* Runs _________________________ 3, vs. McNeese State (3/7/08) RBI ______________________________ 2 2x, at Baylor (4/15/09)* Walks _______________________________ 2, vs. Nevada (3/1/08) Hit Streak ____________________ 6 games, (April 7-May 3, 2009) * Indicates most recent high

Lockport, Ill. ● Lockport Township HS

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

SLG .333 .304 .318

TB 3 28 65 153 249 BB 5 23 15 43

SLG .333 .255 .422 .695 .505 SO 6 36 38 80

2B 2 12 3 17

BB 2 10 15 19 46 3B 0 2 0 2

HBP 0 1 3 6 10 HR 1 3 2 6

SO 3 29 30 30 92 B/Avg .467 .253 .239 .269

OBA .455 .276 .385 .478 .404 WP 2 3 5 10

HBP 0 6 3 9

SB-ATT 0-1 1-3 8-9 4-6 13-19 BK 1 1 0 1

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Year 2008 2009 Career

Godley, Texas ● Godley HS Cisco JC

HR 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats__________________________ 5 4x, at Nicholls (3/29/09)* Hits ___________________________ 3, vs. Dallas Baptist (3/8/08) Runs _____________________________ 2 2x, at UTSA (3/30/08)* RBI ___________________________________3, at Baylor (4/9/08) Walks ___________________________ 2 2x, vs. Alabama (3/2/08)* Hit Streak ______________________4 games, (March 7-14, 2008) * Indicates most recent high

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats________________________6, at McNeese State (4/13/08) Hits _________________________ 3 4x, vs. Texas State (5/14/09)* Runs ________________________ 3 2x, vs. Texas State (5/15/09)* RBI ______________________________ 2 9x, vs. Lamar (5/22/09)* Walks ___________________ 2 8x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (5/21/09)* Hit Streak ______________________ 6 games, (May 10-22, 2009) * Indicates most recent high TB 47 70 117

SLG .318 .363 .343

BB 26 13 39

HBP 13 13 26

SO 22 30 52

OBA .428 .359 .391

SB-ATT 2-4 4-6 6-10

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats___________________________ 4 5x, at Baylor (4/15/09)* Hits _____________________________ 2 4x, at Baylor (4/15/09)* Runs ______________________ 2 3x, vs. Iowa Wesleyan (3/5/09)* RBI ______________________________ 1 7x, at Baylor (4/15/09)* Walks ______________________________ 2, vs. Alabama (3/2/08) Hit Streak ______________________3 games, (March 5-17, 2009) * Indicates most recent high TB 5 9 14

SLG .132 .250 .189

BB 5 1 6

HBP 1 1 2

SO 11 10 21

OBA .250 .282 .265

SB-ATT 3-3 2-4 5-7

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Mitch PUTMAN 5-11 ● 230 ● C ● R/R ● 3L Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

AVG .253 .246 .262 .254

GP-GS 46-39 26-18 25-15 97-72

Carrollton, Texas ● Hebron HS North Central Texas College AB 150 65 61 276

R 21 7 10 38

H 38 16 16 70

2B 9 2 3 14

3B 0 0 0 0

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AVG .250 .225 .238

GP-GS 43-39 43-36 86-75

Tucson, Ariz. ● Canyon Del Oro HS Central Arizona College AB 144 129 273

R 16 18 34

H 36 29 65

2B 7 5 12

RBI 27 8 15 50

TB 65 21 34 120

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Evan RALEY 6-0 ● 190 ● INF ● R/R ● 2L Year 2008 2009 Career

HR 6 1 5 12

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats__________________ 5 5x, vs. Stephen F. Austin (5/21/09)* Hits ______________ 3 2x, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3/09)* Runs _____________ 3 3x, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5/3/09)* RBI _______________________________ 4, vs. Oklahoma (5/5/09) Walks ____________________________2 5x, vs. Nicholls (5/2/08)* Hit Streak ______________________7 games, (March 2-16, 2007) * Indicates most recent high

3B 0 1 1

Ryan ROBINSON 6-1 ● 180 ● LHP ● L/L ● 2L

HR 1 1 2

ERA 5.88 3.89 4.91

W-L 6-6 6-2 12-8

APP 14 13 27

GS 14 11 25

CG 0 1 1

SHO 0/0 1/0 1/0

SV 0 0 0

IP 82.2 78.2 161.1

H 106 94 200

RBI 16 14 30

TB 46 39 85

12 R 64 37 101

ER 54 34 88

BB 23 12 35

ERA 13.14 5.04 4.55 6.07

W-L 1-3 4-4 4-2 9-9

APP 13 16 11 40

GS 4 13 7 24

CG 0 2 1 3

SHO 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0

SV 0 1 1 2

IP 24.2 85.2 57.1 167.2

H 38 93 55 186

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AVG .258 .190 .231

GP-GS 38-30 22-18 60-48

Arlington, Texas ● Arlington HS Howard College AB 97 63 160

R 15 13 28

H 25 12 37

2B 5 1 6

ER 36 48 29 113

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Jeff STORMS 6-0 ● 185 ● INF ● R/R ● 2L Year 2008 2009 Career

R 37 65 29 131

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 1 1

RBI 21 8 29

SO 33 14 28 75

OBA .370 .333 .319 .351

SB-ATT 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2

SLG .319 .302 .311

BB 12 7 19

HBP 1 5 6

SO 32 44 76

OBA .312 .287 .300

SB-ATT 2-5 2-2 4-7

SO 37 45 82

2B 10 17 27

3B 2 0 2

HR 6 3 9

B/Avg .315 .311 .313

WP 2 1 3

HBP 6 7 13

BK 1 0 1

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched _______ 9.0 2x, vs. Northwestern State (3/20/09)* Strikeouts ____________________________ 9, vs. UTSA (3/14/09) Longest Start (IP) _____ 9.0 2x, vs. Northwestern State (3/20/09)* Shortest Start (IP) ____________________ 2.0, at Baylor (2/27/07) Longest Relief Outing (IP) _________ 3.2, vs. Texas State (5/15/09) Runs Allowed ________7 2x, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/3/09)* * Indicates most recent high

Arlington, Texas ● Arlington HS Lon Morris College

Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

HBP 7 2 1 10

CAREER HIGHS: Innings Pitched ___________ 9.0 2x, vs. McNeese State (4/11/09)* Strikeouts ________________ 10 2x, vs. McNeese State (4/11/09)* Longest Start (IP) _________ 9.0 2x, vs. McNeese State (4/11/09)* Shortest Start (IP) ____________________1.1, vs. Lamar (3/16/08) Longest Relief Outing (IP) ____________ 6.0, at Nicholls (3/29/09) Runs Allowed ___________________ 10, vs. Texas State (5/21/08) * Indicates most recent high

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Andy SAUTER 6-1 ● 185 ● RHP ● R/R ● 3L

BB 23 7 5 35

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats_____________________________ 6, vs. Alabama (3/2/08) Hits ____________________________ 4, vs. Minnesota (3/18/09) Runs ___________________________ 3, vs. Texas A&M (5/13/08) RBI ___________________ 3 2x, vs. Northwestern State (3/22/09)* Walks ____________________ 2 2x, vs. Houston Baptist (3/11/08)* Hit Streak _________________ 7 games, (March 20-April 6, 2008) * Indicates most recent high

Southlake, Texas ● Carroll HS Howard College

Year 2008 2009 Career

SLG .433 .323 .557 .435

BB 16 28 16 60

SO 17 56 44 117

2B 5 16 12 33

3B 3 2 1 6

HR 2 10 2 14

B/Avg .358 .277 .257 .284

WP 3 9 6 18

HBP 7 6 5 18

BK 2 1 1 4

CAREER HIGHS: At-bats__________________ 5 2x, at Stephen F. Austin (4/26/09)* Hits ________________________________ 4, vs. Lamar (3/15/08) Runs _____________________3, at Northwestern State (4/26/08) RBI _________________________________ 4, vs. Lamar (3/15/08) Walks ______________________ 1 16x, vs. Northwood (4/21/09)* Hit Streak ___________________ 3 games 2x, (March 5-8, 2009)* * Indicates most recent high TB 32 16 48

SLG .330 .254 .300

BB 9 7 16

HBP 6 3 9

SO 20 8 28

OBA .348 .301 .330

SB-ATT 2-4 1-1 3-5

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2009 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE REVIEW FINAL SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE STANDINGS School Texas State Southeastern Louisiana UTSA Lamar UT ARLINGTON Northwestern State Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Central Arkansas McNeese State Nicholls Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

SLC 24-7 21-12 20-12 20-13 19-13 18-13 18-14 14-18 10-21 10-22 9-23 9-24

Pct. .774 .636 .625 .606 .594 .581 .562 .438 .323 .312 .281 .273

Overall 41-17 37-22 32-24 38-22 30-26 26-26 36-24 23-32 22-30 21-30 19-32 18-38

Pct. .707 .627 .571 .633 .536 .500 .600 .418 .423 .412 .373 .321

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT - Whataburger Field (Corpus Christi, Texas)

Thursday, May 21 Game 5: Southeastern Louisiana defeated Northwestern State, 9-7 Game 6: UT ARLINGTON defeated Stephen F. Austin, 7-4 Game 7: Sam Houston State defeated UTSA, 8-6 (11 inn.) Game 8: Texas State defeated Lamar, 10-1 Friday, May 22 Game 9: Southeastern Louisiana defeated UTSA, 5-4 (12 inn.) Game 10: Lamar defeated UT ARLINGTON, 4-3 Game 11: Sam Houston State defeated Southeastern Louisiana, 7-2 Game 12: Texas State defeated Lamar, 13-2 (8 inn.) Saturday, May 23 Championship Game Game 13: Sam Houston State defeated Texas State, 7-1

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM C: Mark Wyatt - Sam Houston State 1B: Paul Goldschmidt - Texas State 2B: Ty Summerlin - Southeastern Louisiana SS: Jason Martinson - Texas State 3B: Chris Dunkin - Lamar OF: Adam DeLaGarza - Sam Houston State OF: Anthony Moore - Lamar OF: Bret Atwood - Texas State DH: Brian McCants - Southeastern Louisiana P: Sean Weatherford - Sam Houston State Most Valuable Player - Matt Shelton - Sam Houston State

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Player of the Year: Paul Goldschmidt - Texas State Hitter of the Year: Paul Goldschmidt - Texas State Pitcher of the Year: Kane Holbrooks - Texas State Freshman of the Year: Eric Harrington - Lamar Newcomer of the Year: Keith Prestridge - Texas State Coach of the Year: Ty Harrington - Texas State

ALL-SLC FIRST TEAM 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DH P P P

Paul Goldschmidt Braeden Riley Lance Brown Shon Landry MATT OTTEMAN MICHAEL CHOICE Michael Rockett Taylor Freeman ANDREW KAINER Kane Holbrooks Eric Harrington NATHAN LONG

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

ALL-SLC SECOND TEAM 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DH P P P

Nick Zaleski Brian Taylor Martin Parra Jeremiah Sammy Spenser Dennis Jose Hernandez Tyler Sibley Ben Theriot Keith Prestridge Erich Lehmann Sean Weatherford Ricky Testa

ALL-SLC THIRD TEAM

1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DH P P P

Sean Meyers Ryan Hutson Jonathan Yerby Trent Grondin Tyler Link Bret Atwood Lee Orr Mark Wyatt Ryan Brauninger RYAN ROBINSON Jimmy Heard Richard Folmer

TXST SHSU UTSA MCN UTA UTA UTSA MCN UTA TXST LU UTA

The Woodlands, Texas Woodville, Texas Richland Hills, Texas Orange, Texas Lockport, Ill. Arlington, Texas Sugar Land, Texas Carney, Okla. Conroe, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Groves, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

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

SHSU LU TAMCC LU TXST UTSA TXST TXST TXST SFA SHSU LU

Sugar Land, Texas Cedar Park, Texas Austin, Texas Markham, Ontario Baytown, Texas Anaheim Hills, Calif. Frisco, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Bryan, Texas Mesquite, Texas

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

SFA UTSA UCA NWLA LU TXST MCN SHSU MCN UTA NWLA SFA

Conroe, Texas Round Rock, Texas Winnfield, La. Round Rock, Texas Houston, Texas Katy, Texas El Campo, Texas Houston, Texas Nederland, Texas Southlake, Texas Bossier City, La. Houston, Texas

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Wednesday, May 20 Game 1: #3 UTSA defeated #6 Northwestern State, 5-4 Game 2: #7 Sam Houston State defeated #2 Southeastern Louisiana, 9-2 Game 3: #1 Texas State defeated #8 Stephen F. Austin, 9-2 Game 4: #4 Lamar defeated #5 UT ARLINGTON, 4-3

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE AWARDS

ALL-SLC HONORABLE MENTION

1B - Justin Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neal, NWLA; 2B - Chase Lyles, NWLA; 3B - Joe Urtuzuastegui, NWLA; 3B - Chris Dunkin, LU; 3B - Kyle Kubitza, TXST - SS - Marshal Davis, UTSA; SS - Tanner Hines, SFA; SS - Jason Martinson, TXST; OF - Chris Murrill, NICH; OF - Sam Merrill, MCN; OF - Zach Gardner, SFA; OF - Dillon Smith, UCA; C - Stephen Flora, TAMCC; C - CHAD COMER, UTA; DH - Beau Snodgrass, NWLA; P - Red Patterson, UTSA; P - Brian Borski, TXST; P - Chris Franklin, SLU; P - Ryan Boudreaux, SLU

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2009 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE REVIEW PRESEASON COACHES POLL 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

School (First-Place Votes) Points UTSA (5) ______________________________________________ 110 Texas State (2) _________________________________________ 106 Sam Houston State (2)___________________________________ 106 Lamar (1) ______________________________________________ 97 Northwestern State ______________________________________ 78 UT ARLINGTON _________________________________________ 63 Southeastern Louisiana___________________________________ 62 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi _________________________________ 57 Central Arkansas ________________________________________ 36 Stephen F. Austin ________________________________________ 35 McNeese State __________________________________________ 28 Nicholls _______________________________________________ 14

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PRESEASON SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS’ POLL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

School (First-Place Votes) Points UTSA (5) ______________________________________________ 111 Lamar (2) _____________________________________________ 102 Texas State (2) __________________________________________ 95 Northwestern State ______________________________________ 83 Sam Houston State (3)____________________________________ 80 UT ARLINGTON _________________________________________ 64 Southeastern Louisiana___________________________________ 61 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi _________________________________ 49 Central Arkansas ________________________________________ 42 Stephen F. Austin ________________________________________ 33 McNeese State __________________________________________ 31 Nicholls _______________________________________________ 19

PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS

FIRST TEAM 1B Paul Goldschmidt (Jr.) __________________________________ TXST 2B Adam Witek (Sr.) ______________________________________ TXST 3B Seth Hammock (Sr.) ____________________________________ SHSU SS Ty Summerlin (Sr.) ______________________________________ SLU C Stephen Flora (Sr.) ____________________________________TAMCC DH Justin O’Neal (Sr.) _____________________________________ NWLA OF Michael Rockett (Sr.) ___________________________________ UTSA OF MICHAEL CHOICE (So.) __________________________________ UTA OF Tyler Link (Sr.) ___________________________________________ LU P Zach Tritz (Sr.)_________________________________________ TXST P Zach Calhoon (Jr.) _____________________________________ UTSA P Jimmy Heard (Sr.) _____________________________________ NWLA SECOND TEAM 1B Trey Hernandez (So.) __________________________________TAMCC 2B Josh Huffman (Sr.) ______________________________________ UCA 3B Lance Loftin (Sr.) ______________________________________ TXST SS Shon Landry (Sr.) ______________________________________ MCN C Taylor Freeman (Jr.) ____________________________________ MCN DH Chase Lyles (Jr.) ______________________________________ NWLA DH Chris Dunkin (Sr.) ________________________________________ LU OF Steven Tucker (Sr.) _______________________________________ LU OF Aaron Powell (Sr.)______________________________________ UTSA OF Laurn Randell (Jr.) _____________________________________ TXST P Dallas Gallant (So.) _____________________________________ SHSU P Ryan Collins (Sr.) _______________________________________ SLU P Ryan Proudfoot (Jr.) ____________________________________ UTSA

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ACADEMIC ALL SLC TEAMS FIRST TEAM Name Paul Goldschmidt Ryan Brauninger Josh Cryer Brycen Bell Jordan Nipp MATT OTTEMAN Michael Rockett Brian Taylor Erich Lehmann Tye Throneberry Josh Huffman Zach Gardner

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

School TXST MCN SLU TAMCC NWLA UTA UTSA LU SFA UCA UCA SFA

Major Finance Communications Accounting Bio-Medical Sciences Biology Exercise Science Economics General Studies Criminal Justice Biology Health Sciences Finance

SECOND TEAM Name Justin O’Neal ADAM BOYDSTON Jeremiah Sammy Ricky Testa Joe Urtuzuastegui Lee Orr Zach Tritz Brian Ferguson Ryan Mooney Sam Merrill RYAN MARTIN COLLIN GARNER

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

School NWLA UTA LU LU NWLA MCN TXST SFA SHSU MCN UTA UTA

Major Administration History Communications General Studies General Studies Athletic Training Physics Finance Business General Studies Political Science Mechanical Engineering

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HITTER Date Player, School 2/24 MICHAEL CHOICE, UTA 3/3 Shon Landry, MCN 3/10 Jose Hernandez, UTSA 3/16 Chris Murrill, NICH 3/23 Jose Hernandez, UTSA 3/30 Justin O’Neal, NWLA 4/6 Brian Ferguson, SFA 4/13 MICHAEL CHOICE, UTA 4/20 Braeden Riley, SHSU 4/27 Sean Meyers, SFA Brian Taylor, LU 5/4 Quentin Luquette, LU 5/11 Ryan Hutson, UTSA 5/18 Chase Lyles, NWLA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PITCHER Date Player, School 2/24 Lance Dupuis, NICH Ricky Testa, LU 3/3 Jimmy Heard, NWLA 3/10 Jeremy Cloud, UCA 3/16 Ryan Collins, SLU 3/23 ANDY SAUTER, UTA 3/30 NATHAN LONG, UTA 4/6 Ricky Testa, LU 4/13 Tyler Minto, NICH 4/20 Sean Weatherford, SHSU 4/27 Matt Crocker, UTSA 5/4 Ryan Zimmerman, NWLA 5/11 Sean Weatherford/Gillaume Duguay, SHSU 5/18 Erich Lehmann, SFA

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

Pos. CF SS LF CF LF 1B RF CF 2B 1B 2B RF 2B 2B

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

Pos. RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP/RHP RHP

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2009 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE STATISTICS BATTING (All Games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Texas State Sam Houston State UTSA McNeese State Central Arkansas Northwestern State UT ARLINGTON Southeastern Louisiana Lamar Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nicholls

BATTING (Conference Games) Texas State UTSA McNeese State Sam Houston State Northwestern State Lamar UT ARLINGTON Central Arkansas Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nicholls

PITCHING (All Games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

UT ARLINGTON Lamar Texas State Nicholls Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Central Arkansas Southeastern Louisiana UTSA Northwestern State McNeese State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

PITCHING (Conference Games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

UT ARLINGTON Lamar Texas State Sam Houston State Nicholls Central Arkansas Stephen F. Austin Southeastern Louisiana UTSA Northwestern State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi McNeese State

DEFENSE (All Games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

UT ARLINGTON Sam Houston State Texas State Lamar McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Central Arkansas Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Northwestern State UTSA Nicholls

G 56 60 58 60 51 59 52 55 56 52 56 51

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AVG .334 .328 .317 .316 .309 .308 .306 .305 .304 .302 .281 .271

AB 2106 2199 2084 1823 1915 1825 1979 2069 2044 1903 1902 1697

R 496 452 461 393 356 367 370 437 419 324 308 278

H 704 722 661 576 591 562 605 631 622 575 535 460

2B 114 139 131 98 102 105 114 132 134 100 100 88

3B 19 16 25 12 11 11 18 12 14 20 16 26

HR 75 48 89 60 51 53 39 32 52 41 48 11

BB 273 234 244 250 172 180 166 192 293 179 185 159

SO 263 369 429 350 393 333 376 298 371 356 413 337

SB-ATT 78-98 61-79 79-104 63-78 29-47 79-106 49-71 50-87 91-118 77-103 53-83 81-112

G 31 32 32 32 31 33 32 31 33 32 33 32

AVG .332 .329 .326 .321 .312 .308 .305 .302 .295 .292 .289 .270

AB 1113 1206 1163 1157 1101 1135 1129 1162 1133 1084 1105 1059

R 254 277 244 233 229 210 208 208 221 179 176 136

H 370 397 379 371 344 350 344 351 334 316 319 286

2B 62 79 68 72 65 75 68 57 69 59 50 57

3B 7 15 6 6 4 7 12 4 4 5 8 13

HR 45 54 42 26 38 24 21 36 19 27 24 6

BB 114 139 143 132 104 141 88 90 85 87 113 86

SO 126 223 212 192 200 208 212 254 162 203 235 205

SB-ATT 42-53 45-63 38-49 23-35 40-53 52-67 26-37 9-19 20-43 39-53 28-49 44-65

G 56 60 58 51 60 55 52 59 56 52 51 56

ERA 4.38 4.44 4.85 4.97 5.13 5.56 5.58 5.66 5.95 6.98 7.60 7.73

W 30 38 41 19 36 23 22 37 32 26 21 18

L 26 22 17 32 24 32 30 22 24 26 30 38

SV 12 9 11 8 12 13 10 18 7 14 8 7

IP 493.2 524.2 512.2 443.2 535.0 474.2 466.0 518.2 502.1 447.2 443.0 471.1

H 558 570 628 520 636 529 538 578 629 578 579 682

R 271 316 331 337 373 368 351 384 409 392 440 485

ER 240 259 276 245 305 293 289 326 332 347 374 405

BB 183 209 181 171 213 246 214 244 241 220 212 210

SO 410 466 358 288 470 346 337 401 393 342 319 282

G 32 33 31 32 32 31 32 33 32 31 33 32

ERA 4.00 4.10 4.68 4.77 5.02 5.45 5.52 5.70 5.90 6.98 8.23 8.84

W 19 20 24 18 9 10 14 21 20 19 9 10

L 13 13 7 14 23 21 18 12 12 13 24 22

SV 6 6 8 5 5 3 9 12 4 13 4 3

IP 283.1 285.1 275.0 287.0 279.2 277.1 274.0 285.2 292.2 265.2 274.1 274.0

H 326 311 346 339 347 327 295 329 385 351 401 404

R 139 163 178 198 216 209 205 208 238 228 292 301

ER 126 130 143 152 156 168 168 181 192 206 251 269

BB 94 103 87 102 96 115 131 121 134 117 125 127

SO 221 234 200 255 161 190 195 229 224 176 168 179

PO 1481 1605 1538 1574 1329 1556 1398 1424 1414 1343 1507 1331

A 636 676 671 651 533 604 500 548 683 546 599 569

E 63 68 69 72 68 80 76 81 90 82 98 95

PCT DP PB SBA-ATT .971 48 11 54-89 .971 60 5 42-70 .970 55 5 17-43 .969 47 8 68-96 .965 39 13 60-80 .964 49 26 54-76 .962 44 23 70-91 .961 47 19 64-84 .959 65 12 69-97 .958 42 28 78-103 .956 40 26 75-113 .952 49 5 76-94

DEFENSE (All Games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

UT ARLINGTON Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana McNeese State Stephen F. Austin Texas State Lamar Northwestern State UTSA Central Arkansas Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nicholls

G 32 32 33 32 32 31 33 31 32 31 33 32

PO 850 861 857 822 822 825 856 797 878 832 823 839

A 395 372 329 326 313 355 363 352 370 295 408 344

E 30 38 38 37 39 41 46 48 53 48 53 61

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G 58 60 56 51 52 52 56 59 60 55 56 51

PCT DP PB SBA-ATT .976 30 5 25-52 .970 30 1 22-34 .969 25 11 28-40 .969 25 6 37-52 .967 26 13 37-47 .966 29 3 7-21 .964 29 3 36-48 .960 34 13 35-47 .959 25 19 45-68 .959 24 8 48-64 .959 42 6 36-51 .951 31 3 50-62

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BATTING AVERAGE ALL GAMES 1. Matt Otteman (UTA) _____________________ 2. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _______________________ 3. Andrew Kainer (UTA) _____________________ 4. Michael Choice (UTA) _____________________ 5. Dennis Spenser (TXST) ____________________ 6. Sean Meyers (SFA) ________________________ 7. Michael Rockett (UTSA) ___________________ 8. Braeden Riley (SHSU) _____________________ 9. Keith Prestridge (TXST) ____________________ 10. Tye Throneberry (UCA) ____________________

.432 .419 .417 .413 .406 .398 .394 .387 .376 .374

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Matt Otteman (UTA) _____________________ 2. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _______________________ 3. Andrew Kainer (UTA) _____________________ 4. Michael Choice (UTA) _____________________ 5. Braeden Riley (SHSH) _____________________ Sean Meyers (SFA) ________________________ 7. Brian Taylor (LU) _________________________ 8. Jeramie Marek (TAMCC) ___________________ 9. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_______________________ 10. Michael Rockett (UTSA) ___________________

.441 .432 .411 .406 .404 .404 .400 .393 .392 .390

RBI ALL GAMES 1. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 87 2. Matt Otteman (UTA) _______________________ 69 3. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 61 Brandon Street (SLU) ________________________ 61 5. Brian Taylor (LU) ___________________________ 59 6. Michael Rockett (UTSA) _____________________ 58 7. Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 57 Tyler Knight (SHSU) _________________________ 57 9. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 56 Taylor Freeman (MCN) ______________________ 56

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Andrew Kainer (UTA) _______________________ 17 2. Joe Urtuzuastegui (NWLA) ___________________ 16 3. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 14 Josh Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 14 5. Mark Wyatt (SHSU) _________________________ 13 Chase Lyles (NWLA)_________________________ 13 7. 7 tied at __________________________________ 12

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 45 2. Taylor Freeman (MCN) ______________________ 38 Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 38 Matt Otteman (UTA) _______________________ 38 Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 38 6. Justin O’Neal (NWLA) _______________________ 37 7. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_________________________ 34 8. Tyler Knight (SHSU) _________________________ 33 9. Jonathan Yerby (UCA) _______________________ 32 10. 7 tied at __________________________________ 31

RUNS

TRIPLES

ALL GAMES 1. Tyler Sibley (TXST) _________________________ 77 2. Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 73 3. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 72 4. Cass Hargis (SLU) ___________________________ 65 5. Michael Choice (UTA) _______________________ 64 6. Michael Rockett (UTSA) _____________________ 63 7. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 60 8. Bret Atwood (TXST) ________________________ 59 9. Ty Summerlin (SLU) _________________________ 58 10. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 57

ALL GAMES 1. Matt Otteman (UTA) ________________________ 8 2. Chris Murrill (NICH) __________________________ 7 3. Martin Parra (TAMCC) ________________________ 6 Cass Hargis (SLU) ____________________________ 6 Brian Ferguson (SFA) _________________________ 6 Marshal Davis (UTSA) ________________________ 6 Lance Brown (UTSA) _________________________ 6 8. Bobby Pritchett (UCA) ________________________ 5 Bret Atwood (TXST) _________________________ 5 10. 8 tied at ___________________________________ 4

ALL GAMES 1. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ____________________ 2. Ryan Hutson (UTSA) ______________________ 3. Matt Otteman (UTA) _____________________ 4. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) __________________ 5. Joe Urtuzuastegui (NWLA) _________________ 6. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_______________________ 7. Michael Rockett (UTSA) ___________________ 8. Michael Choice (UTA) _____________________ 9. Lee Orr (MCN) ___________________________ 10. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _______________________

.739 .719 .695 .691 .682 .678 .665 .644 .628 .627

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Tyler Sibley (TXST) _________________________ 44 2. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 37 Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 37 Michael Rockett (UTSA) _____________________ 37 5. Michael Choice (UTA) _______________________ 36 Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 36 7. Sam Merrill (MCN) __________________________ 34 Chase Lyles (NWLA)_________________________ 34 9. 4 tied at __________________________________ 32

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Matt Otteman (UTA) ________________________ 5 Lance Brown (UTSA) _________________________ 5 3. Keith Kulbeth (NICH) _________________________ 4 Marshal Davis (UTSA) ________________________ 4 Tyler Sibley (TXST) __________________________ 4 6. Brian Ferguson (SFA) _________________________ 3 Cass Hargis (SLU) ____________________________ 3 Chris Murrill (NICH) __________________________ 3 9. 10 tied at __________________________________ 2

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Ryan Hutson (UTSA) ______________________ 2. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) __________________ 3. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ____________________ 4. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_______________________ 5. Joe Urtuzuastegui (NWLA) _________________ 6. Matt Otteman (UTA) _____________________ 7. Jonathan Yerby (UCA) _____________________ 8. Kyle Livingstone (TXST) ___________________ 9. Justin O’Neal (NWLA) _____________________ 10. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _______________________

.784 .763 .752 .750 .711 .693 .692 .659 .650 .648

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

HITS

HOME RUNS

ALL GAMES 1. Braeden Riley (SHSU) ______________________ 111 2. Michael Rockett (UTSA) _____________________ 99 Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 99 4. Matt Otteman (UTA) _______________________ 95 5. Michael Choice (UTA) _______________________ 93 6. Brian Taylor (LU) ___________________________ 88 7. Bret Atwood (TXST) ________________________ 86 Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 86 9. Andrew Kainer (UTA) _______________________ 85 10. Tyler Sibley (TXST) _________________________ 84 Lance Brown (UTSA) ________________________ 84

ALL GAMES 1. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 18 2. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 17 Ryan Hutson (UTSA) ________________________ 17 4. Michael Rockett (UTSA) _____________________ 15 Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 15 6. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_________________________ 14 Jonathan Yerby (UCA) _______________________ 14 Mark Wyatt (SHSU) _________________________ 14 9. Trey Hernandez (TAMCC) ____________________ 12 Taylor Freeman (MCN) ______________________ 12

ALL GAMES 1. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _______________________ 2. Michael Choice (UTA) _____________________ 3. Tyler Link (LU) ___________________________ 4. Matt Otteman (UTA) _____________________ 5. Andrew Kainer (UTA) _____________________ 6. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ____________________ Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) __________________ 8. Brian Taylor (LU) _________________________ 9. Sean Meyers (SFA) ________________________ 10. Matt Fontenot (MCN) _____________________

.509 .492 .490 .478 .474 .473 .473 .465 .463 .461

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Jonathan Yerby (UCA) _______________________ 13 Ryan Hutson (UTSA) ________________________ 13 3. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 11 4. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 10 Chase Lyles (NWLA)_________________________ 10 6. Taylor Freeman (MCN) _______________________ 9 Lee Orr (MCN) ______________________________ 9 8. Justin O’Neal (NWLA) ________________________ 8 Mark Wyatt (SHSU) __________________________ 8 10. 5 tied at ___________________________________ 6

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _______________________ 2. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) __________________ 3. Matt Otteman (UTA) _____________________ 4. Michael Choice (UTA) _____________________ 5. Brian Taylor (LU) _________________________ Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ____________________ 7. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_______________________ 8. Sean Meyers (SFA) ________________________ 9. Jeremiah Sammy (LU) _____________________ 10. Tyler Link (LU) ___________________________

.526 .510 .500 .493 .478 .478 .476 .474 .462 .457

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Braeden Riley (SHSU) _______________________ 61 2. Matt Otteman (UTA) _______________________ 56 3. Michael Rockett (UTSA) _____________________ 55 4. Brian Taylor (LU) ___________________________ 54 Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 54 6. Andrew Kainer (UTA) _______________________ 53 7. Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 52 Michael Choice (UTA) _______________________ 52 9. Tyler Sibley (TXST) _________________________ 50 10. Dillon Smith (UCA) _________________________ 48

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DOUBLES ALL GAMES 1. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 25 2. Ty Summerlin (SLU) _________________________ 23 Andrew Kainer (UTA) _______________________ 23 4. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 22 5. Joe Urtuzuastegui (NWLA) ___________________ 21 Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 21 7. Steven Tucker (LU)__________________________ 19 8. Stephen Flora (TAMCC) ______________________ 18 Zach Gardner (SFA) _________________________ 18 Brandon Street (SLU) ________________________ 18

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

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SLC IN THE NCAA STATISTICAL RANKINGS STOLEN BASES ALL GAMES 1. Chris Murrill (NICH) _________________________ 27 2. Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 18 3. Chase Lyles (NWLA)_________________________ 17 Tanner Hines (SFA) _________________________ 17 5. Dennis Spenser (TXST) ______________________ 16 Keith Kulbeth (NICH) ________________________ 16 Zach Gardner (SFA) _________________________ 16 Scott Moseley (NICH) _______________________ 16 9. Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 15 Tyler Carpenter (UTSA) ______________________ 15 CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Chris Murrill (NICH) _________________________ 17 2. Zach Gardner (SFA) _________________________ 12 3. Jeremiah Sammy (LU) _______________________ 11 4. Tyler Sibley (TXST) _________________________ 10 Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 10 6. Andrew Kainer (UTA) ________________________ 9 Jace Peterson (MCN) _________________________ 9 Tyler Carpenter (UTSA) _______________________ 9 Dennis Spenser (TXST) _______________________ 9 10. 4 tied at ___________________________________ 8

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 35 2. Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 25 Jeremiah Sammy (LU) _______________________ 25 4. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 23 5. Stephen Flora (TAMCC) ______________________ 22 Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 22 7. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 21 Jacob Perales (TAMCC) ______________________ 21 9. Marshal Davis (UTSA) _______________________ 20 Sam Merrill (MCN) __________________________ 20

HIT BY PITCH ALL GAMES 1. Josh Cryer (SLU)____________________________ 22 2. Tyler Sibley (TXST) _________________________ 18 3. Brandon Street (SLU) ________________________ 17 4. Tyler Carpenter (UTSA) ______________________ 15 5. Cass Hargis (SLU) ___________________________ 13 Dominic Gamboa (NWLA) ___________________ 13 Jay Pitschka (UTA) _________________________ 13 8. Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 12 Jonathan Yerby (UCA) _______________________ 12 Anthony Moore (LU) ________________________ 12 CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Josh Cryer (SLU)____________________________ 12 2. Jonathan Yerby (UCA) ________________________ 8 Dominic Gamboa (NWLA) ____________________ 8 4. Joe Urtuzuastegui (NWLA) ____________________ 7 Brandon Street (SLU) _________________________ 7 Jose Hernandez (UTSA) _______________________ 7 Joe Sparacino (SLU)__________________________ 7 Brian McCants (SLU) _________________________ 7 9. 10 tied at __________________________________ 6

TEAM PITCHING

RUNS PER GAME 24. Texas State _________ 8.6 32. UTSA ______________ 8.2

STRIKEOUTS PER NINE INNINGS 43. Lamar _____________ 8.0

RUNS SCORED 24. Texas State ________ 496 42. UTSA _____________ 461 50. Sam Houston State _ 452

WALKS ALLOWED PER NINE INNINGS 34. Texas State ________3.18

BATTING AVERAGE 18. Texas State ________.335 30. Sam Houston State _.328

HITS 10. Sam Houston State _ 722 21. Texas State ________ 704 47. UTSA _____________ 661 DOUBLES PER GAME 37. UTSA _____________2.34 42. Sam Houston State _2.32 DOUBLES 17. Sam Houston State _ 139 31. Lamar ____________ 134 38. Southeastern La. ___ 132 40. UTSA _____________ 131 TRIPLES PER GAME 5. Nicholls___________0.51 9. UTSA _____________0.45 31. Stephen F. Austin ___0.36 TRIPLES 8. Nicholls____________ 26 11. UTSA ______________ 25 31. Stephen F. Austin ____ 20 38. Texas State _________ 19 49. UT ARLINGTON _____ 18 HOME RUNS PER GAME 20. UTSA _____________1.59 47. Texas State ________1.29 HOME RUNS 21. UTSA ______________ 89 39. Texas State _________ 75 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 20. UTSA _____________.532 39. Texas State ________.513 STOLEN BASES PER GAME 46. Nicholls___________1.59

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 25. UT ARLINGTON ___ 4.38 28. Lamar ____________4.44

TEAM DEFENSE

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 31. UT ARLINGTON ___ .971 32. Sam Houston State _.971 DOUBLE PLAYS PER GAME 10. A&M-Corpus Christi _1.16 47. Sam Houston State __ 1.0 DOUBLE PLAYS 14. A&M-Corpus Christi __ 65 29. Sam Houston State __ 60 49. Texas State _________ 55 WIN-LOSS PERCENTAGE 17. Texas State ________.707 49. Lamar ____________.633

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

BATTING AVERAGE 8. Matt Otteman UTA _ .432 25. Nick Zaleski SHSU __.419 30. Andrew Kainer UTA _ .417 39. Michael Choice UTA _ .413 46. Dennis Spenser TXST .406 RUNS PER GAME 8. Tyler Sibley TXST ______ 1.4 44. Paul Goldschmidt TXST_1.24 RUNS 14. Tyler Sibley TXST ____ 77 31. Tyler Link LU ________ 73 36. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _72 HITS 1. Braeden Riley SHSU _ 111 12. Michael Rockett UTSA 99 12. Nick Zaleski SHSU ___ 99 22. Matt Otteman UTA __ 95 33. Michael Choice UTA _ 93

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 40. Eric Harrington LU __3.01 VICTORIES 22. Kane Holbrooks TXST _10 SAVES 17. Richard Folmer SFA __ 12 17. Chris Franklin SLU ___ 12 32. Chad Sheppard NWLA _10 37. Adam Boydston UTA __ 9 STRIKEOUTS 26. Nathan Long UTA __ 104 WALKS ALLOWED PER NINE INNINGS 20. Ryan Robinson UTA _1.37 25. Erich Lehmann SFA _1.41

DOUBLES PER GAME 13. Jose Hernandez UTSA _0.45 16. Joe Urtuzuastegui NWLA _0.45 23. Andrew Kainer UTA_ 0.43 DOUBLES 10. Jose Hernandez UTSA 25 23. Andrew Kainer UTA __ 23 23. Ty Summerlin SLU ___ 23 33. Nick Zaleski SHSU ___ 22 TRIPLES PER GAME 13. Matt Otteman UTA _ 0.14 13. Chris Murrill NICH __0.14 31. Brian Ferguson SFA _0.12 37. Lance Brown UTSA__0.11 45. Marshal Davis UTSA _0.11 45. Martin Parra AMCC _0.11 TRIPLES 6. Matt Otteman UTA ___ 8 10. Chris Murrill NICH ____ 7 24. Lance Brown UTSA____ 6 24. Marshal Davis UTSA ___ 6 24. Brian Ferguson SFA ___ 6 24. Cass Hargis SLU ______ 6 HOME RUNS PER GAME 26. Ryan Hutson UTSA __0.35 HOME RUNS 42. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _18 RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME 4. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _1.5 RUNS BATTED IN 1. Paul Goldschmidt TXST_ 87 48. Matt Otteman UTA __ 69

STOLEN BASES 37. Lamar _____________ 91

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 31. Jose Hernandez UTSA _.739 48. Ryan Hutson UTSA __.719

BASE ON BALLS 16. Lamar ____________ 293 30. Texas State ________ 273

TOTAL BASES 23. Michael Rockett UTSA _167 42. Jose Hernandez UTSA _156 47. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _154

SACRIFICE BUNTS 30. Texas State _________ 47

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 17. Nick Zaleski SHSU __.509 46. Michael Choice UTA _ .492

HIT BY PITCH 3. Southeastern La. ___ 111

STOLEN BASES PER GAME 26. Chris Murrill NICH __0.55

SACRIFICE FLIES 28. Texas State _________ 33

BASE ON BALLS PER GAME 7. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _ 0.95 41. Tyler Link LU _______0.78

2010 Maverick Baseball

WALKS ALL GAMES 1. Paul Goldschmidt (TXST) ____________________ 55 2. Tyler Link (LU) _____________________________ 47 3. Jeremiah Sammy (LU) _______________________ 44 4. Nick Zaleski (SHSU) _________________________ 38 5. Steven Tucker (LU)__________________________ 37 Jose Hernandez (UTSA) ______________________ 37 Lee Orr (MCN) _____________________________ 37 8. Sam Merrill (MCN) __________________________ 35 Marshal Davis (UTSA) _______________________ 35 10. 3 tied at __________________________________ 34

TEAM BATTING

BASE ON BALLS 7. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _55 30. Tyler Link LU ________ 47 47. Jeremiah Sammy LU _ 44 HIT BY PITCH PER GAME 17. Josh Cryer SLU _____0.38 39. Tyler Sibley TXST ___0.33 HIT BY PITCH 8. Josh Cryer SLU ______ 22 27. Tyler Sibley TXST ____ 18 35. Brandon Street SLU __ 17 TOUGHEST TO STRIKEOUT 35. Tyler Sibley TXST ___14.6 SACRIFICE BUNTS PER GAME 11. Bret Atwood TXST __0.27 46. Keith Kulbeth NICH _0.21 SACRIFICE BUNTS 7. Bret Atwood TXST ___ 15 42. Tanner Hines SFA ____ 11 SACRIFICE FLIES 2. Paul Goldschmidt TXST _10

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STRIKEOUTS

GAMES STARTED

ALL GAMES 1. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ______________________ 10 2. Eric Harrington (LU)__________________________ 8 Zach Tritz (TXST) ____________________________ 8 Ricky Testa (LU) _____________________________ 8 Sean Weatherford (SHSU) _____________________ 8 6. Matt Shelton (SHSU) _________________________ 7 Brian Borski (TXST) __________________________ 7 Jimmy Heard (NWLA) ________________________ 7 Erich Lehmann (SFA) _________________________ 7 10. 5 tied at ___________________________________ 6

ALL GAMES 1. Nathan Long (UTA)________________________104 2. Red Patterson (UTSA) _______________________ 86 3. Ricky Testa (LU) ____________________________ 84 4. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) ____________________ 77 5. Jeremy Cloud (UCA) ________________________ 69 6. Brandon Efferson (SLU) ______________________ 68 7. Ryan Collins (SLU) __________________________ 66 8. Jimmy Heard (NWLA) _______________________ 64 Dallas Gallant (SHSU) _______________________ 64 10. Eric Harrington (LU)_________________________ 63

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) _______________________ 7 Erich Lehmann (SFA) _________________________ 7 3. Eric Harrington (LU)__________________________ 6 Jimmy Heard (NWLA) ________________________ 6 Ricky Testa (LU) _____________________________ 6 Sean Weatherford (SHSU) _____________________ 6 7. Ryan Robinson (UTA) ________________________ 5 Zach Tritz (TXST) ____________________________ 5 Ryan Boudreaux (SLU)________________________ 5 10. 8 tied at ___________________________________ 4

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Nathan Long (UTA)_________________________ 84 2. Red Patterson (UTSA) _______________________ 65 3. Jeremy Cloud (UCA) ________________________ 58 4. Ricky Testa (LU) ____________________________ 57 5. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) ____________________ 53 Brandon Efferson (SLU) ______________________ 53 7. Eric Harrington (LU)_________________________ 49 Ryan Boudreaux (SLU)_______________________ 49 Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ______________________ 49 10. Erich Lehmann (SFA) ________________________ 47

ALL GAMES 1. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ______________________ 15 2. Nathan Long (UTA)_________________________ 14 Red Patterson (UTSA) _______________________ 14 Brandon Efferson (SLU) ______________________ 14 Erich Lehmann (SFA) ________________________ 14 Roy Ferdin (TAMCC) ________________________ 14 Eric Harrington (LU)_________________________ 14 Jeremy Cloud (UCA) ________________________ 14 Matison Smith (LU) _________________________ 14 Brian Borski (TXST) _________________________ 14 Jimmy Heard (NWLA) _______________________ 14 Ryan Boudreaux (SLU)_______________________ 14

ERA

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SAVES

GAMES IN RELIEF

ALL GAMES 1. Chris Franklin (SLU) _________________________ 12 Richard Folmer (SFA) ________________________ 12 3. Chad Sheppard (NWLA) _____________________ 10 4. Adam Boydston (UTA) _______________________ 9 5. Michael Russo (TXST) ________________________ 7 Ross Larson (NICH) __________________________ 7 7. Zach Calhoon (UTSA) ________________________ 6 8. Bobby Pritchett (UCA) ________________________ 5 9. Jordan LeGros (MCN) ________________________ 4 Sean Weatherford (SHSU) _____________________ 4 Trey Hernandez (TAMCC) _____________________ 4

ALL GAMES 1. Tyler Brundridge (TXST) _____________________ 34 2. Bryant Sparkman (TAMCC) ___________________ 32 Alex Moshier (SFA) _________________________ 32 4. Brian Needham (LU) ________________________ 29 Adam Boydston (UTA) ______________________ 29 Richard Folmer (SFA) ________________________ 29 7. Chris Court (SFA) ___________________________ 28 8. Jake Liedka (TAMCC) ________________________ 26 Taylor McInnis (LU) _________________________ 26 10. 3 tied at __________________________________ 24

ALL GAMES 1. Eric Harrington (LU)_______________________ 2. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ____________________ 3. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) __________________ 4. Matison Smith (LU) _______________________ 5. Brian Borski (TXST) _______________________ 6. Nathan Long (UTA)_______________________ 7. Jarret Dunnam (NICH) _____________________ 8. Ryan Robinson (UTA) _____________________ 9. Rett Varner (UTA) ________________________ 10. Ricky Testa (LU) __________________________

3.01 3.29 3.46 3.52 3.71 3.76 3.80 3.89 3.95 4.13

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Ross Larson (NICH) _______________________ 2. Reece Cross (UCA) ________________________ 3. Erich Lehmann (SFA) ______________________ 4. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) __________________ 5. Eric Harrington (LU)_______________________ 6. Ryan Robinson (UTA) _____________________ 7. Matison Smith (LU) _______________________ 8. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ____________________ 9. Jarret Dunnam (NICH) _____________________ 10. Nathan Long (UTA)_______________________

2.70 2.88 2.98 3.00 3.09 3.18 3.41 3.73 3.84 4.00

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Chris Franklin (SLU) _________________________ 10 2. Chad Sheppard (NWLA) ______________________ 9 3. Richard Folmer (SFA) _________________________ 8 4. Michael Russo (TXST) ________________________ 6 5. Ross Larson (NICH) __________________________ 5 6. Adam Boydston (UTA) _______________________ 4 7. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) _____________________ 3 Trey Hernandez (TAMCC) _____________________ 3 Zach Calhoon (UTSA) ________________________ 3 10. 4 tied at ___________________________________ 2

INNINGS PITCHED

APPEARANCES

ALL GAMES 1. Jeremy Cloud (UCA) _____________________ 103.1 2. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ___________________ 101.1 3. Red Patterson (UTSA) _____________________ 94.1 4. Nathan Long (UTA)_______________________ 93.1 5. Ryan Boudreaux (SLU)_____________________ 87.2 6. Brandon Efferson (SLU) ____________________ 87.0 7. Brian Borski (TXST) _______________________ 85.0 8. Jimmy Heard (NWLA) _____________________ 84.1 9. Eric Harrington (LU)_______________________ 83.2 10. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) __________________ 80.2

ALL GAMES 1. Tyler Brundridge (TXST) _____________________ 34 2. Bryant Sparkman (TAMCC) ___________________ 32 Alex Moshier (SFA) _________________________ 32 4. Brian Needham (LU) ________________________ 31 5. Adam Boydston (UTA) ______________________ 29 Richard Folmer (SFA) ________________________ 29 7. Jake Liedka (TAMCC) ________________________ 28 Chris Court (SFA) ___________________________ 28 9. Taylor McInnis (LU) _________________________ 26 10. James Brandhorst (LU) ______________________ 25 Ryan Collins (SLU) __________________________ 25

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Jeremy Cloud (UCA) ______________________ 2. Red Patterson (UTSA) _____________________ 3. Ryan Boudreaux (SLU)_____________________ 4. Kane Holbrooks (TXST) ____________________ 5. Nathan Long (UTA)_______________________ 6. Jimmy Heard (NWLA) _____________________ 7. Tyler Minto (NICH) ________________________ 8. Brandon Efferson (SLU) ____________________ 9. Eric Harrington (LU)_______________________ 10. Erich Lehmann (SFA) ______________________

84.2 74.1 72.2 72.1 72.0 69.2 69.1 67.2 67.0 63.1

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. 13 tied at _________________________________ 11

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Bryant Sparkman (TAMCC) ___________________ 19 Alex Moshier (SFA) _________________________ 19 3. Richard Folmer (SFA) ________________________ 18 4. Ross Larson (NICH) _________________________ 17 Chris Court (SFA) ___________________________ 17 6. Chris Franklin (SLU) _________________________ 16 7. Jake Liedka (TAMCC) ________________________ 15 Scott Holstein (MCN)________________________ 15 Chad Sheppard (NWLA) _____________________ 15 Ryan Collins (SLU) __________________________ 15

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Alex Moshier (SFA) _________________________ 19 Bryant Sparkman (TAMCC) ___________________ 19 3. Richard Folmer (SFA) ________________________ 18 4. Chris Court (SFA) ___________________________ 17 Ross Larson (NICH) _________________________ 17 6. Chris Franklin (SLU) _________________________ 16 7. Scott Holstein (MCN)________________________ 15 Ryan Collins (SLU) __________________________ 15 Chad Sheppard (NWLA) _____________________ 15 10. 3 tied at __________________________________ 14

OPPONENTS BATTING AVERAGE ALL GAMES 1. Reece Cross (UCA) ________________________ 2. Andy Sauter (UTA) _______________________ 3. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) __________________ 4. Bobby Pritchett (UCA) _____________________ Ricky Testa (LU) __________________________ 6. Ryan Boudreaux (SLU)_____________________ Matison Smith (LU) _______________________ 8. Brian Needham (LU) ______________________ 9. Josh Janway (SLU) ________________________ 10. Erich Lehmann (SFA) ______________________

.227 .257 .260 .262 .262 .263 .263 .267 .271 .275

CONFERENCE GAMES 1. Reece Cross (UCA) ________________________ 2. Erich Lehmann (SFA) ______________________ 3. Sean Weatherford (SHSU) __________________ 4. Matison Smith (LU) _______________________ 5. Andy Sauter (UTA) _______________________ 6. Josh Janway (SLU) ________________________ 7. Clay Schrader (UTSA) _____________________ 8. Brandon Efferson (SLU) ____________________ 9. Bobby Pritchett (UCA) _____________________ 10. Jeremy Cloud (UCA) ______________________

.205 .235 .253 .262 .267 .269 .273 .280 .282 .285

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