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RECORD BOOK/HISTORY 2010 Maverick Baseball

MATT OTTEMAN (LEFT), ANDREW KAINER (MIDDLE), MICHAEL CHOICE (RIGHT) - 2009 - Otteman, Kainer and Choice became the first set of teammates in UT Arlington baseball history to all hit over .400 in a single-season. Otteman led the Southland Conference batting .432 - the second highest average in school history - Kainer was third in the SLC batting .417 and Choice was fourth in the league hitting .413. Only three other players in UTA history have hit over .400 in a single season.

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Year 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

AVG .217 .217 .257 .225 .254 .215 .219 .244 .229 .286 .270 .292 .284 .298 .281 .313 .316 .281 .299 .276 .286 .256 .283 .297 .298 .254 .265 .269 .266 .299 .290 .261 .283 .305 .324 .305 .262 .287 .268 .294 .306

GP 22 28 34 43 37 51 49 50 53 62 49 60 61 57 53 50 61 56 56 55 56 61 54 55 54 54 59 58 57 49 61 54 64 58 62 58 58 65 53 57 56

Year ERA 1969 4.30 1970 3.88 1971 3.28 1972 3.00 1973 2.90 1974 3.66 1975 3.72 1976 3.63 1977 4.80 1978 3.95 1979 5.58 1980 3.83 1981 3.85 1982 4.20 1983 5.80 1984 4.43 1985 5.53 1986 4.90 1987 5.74 1988 4.59 1989 4.74 1990 4.19 1991 4.09 1992 3.79 1993 4.46 1994 4.97 1995 4.20 1996 5.93 1997 5.25 1998 6.68 1999 5.88 2000 5.05 2001 4.15 2002 5.17 2003 4.97 2004 4.03 2005 4.91 2006 5.67 2007 6.20 2008 5.83 2009 4.38 Bold - School Record

W-L 6-16 10-18 22-12 18-25 20-17 23-28 22-27 29-21 14-39 34-27 21-28 35-25 38-23 37-20 30-23 30-20 35-26 30-26 32-26 33-22 33-23 31-30 32-22 40-15 34-20 25-29 27-32 23-35 22-35 20-29 26-35 24-30 39-25 29-29 37-25 32-26 26-32 29-36 13-40 26-31 30-26

AB 665 828 946 1158 1078 1377 1296 1357 1389 1728 1399 1659 1677 1509 1532 1509 1739 1572 1684 1744 1670 1798 1585 1649 1683 1697 1916 1770 1825 1664 2043 1735 2105 2008 2207 2049 1966 2233 1788 1970 1979 APP 22 28 34 43 37 51 49 50 53 62 49 60 61 57 53 50 61 56 56 55 56 61 54 55 54 54 59 58 57 49 61 54 64 58 62 58 58 65 53 57 56

R H 2B 88 144 21 115 180 24 157 243 32 149 260 35 163 274 58 182 296 40 183 284 46 228 332 40 199 325 40 348 491 72 278 378 62 338 485 85 339 477 79 303 450 59 312 431 86 359 472 82 391 549 88 242 441 74 372 504 105 376 482 82 347 477 105 283 460 74 289 448 75 322 489 105 344 501 106 266 431 72 318 508 88 314 477 95 270 485 94 336 497 96 366 592 113 252 453 81 350 595 110 381 612 125 467 715 139 352 624 117 293 515 98 358 640 123 254 480 85 364 579 110 370 605 113 CG 9 11 12 18 12 35 27 29 21 28 20 31 34 25 22 21 19 21 21 20 18 13 16 14 28 9 8 10 9 0 5 12 8 3 5 3 12 5 4 5 4

SHO 1 1 3 7 1 7 7 3 4 4 1 10 5 4 3 6 0 1 8 3 6 4 7 7 5 2 5 3 4 2 2 2 4 3 2 3 5 2 1 1 5

SV 1 3 3 5 5 2 4 3 3 5 5 4 3 5 3 3 6 4 6 2 10 10 6 15 3 6 6 2 9 7 8 6 8 12 12 15 9 12 2 13 12

3B 8 8 8 4 13 7 18 12 7 27 15 20 34 11 13 15 21 11 21 21 11 21 23 15 22 12 26 15 14 24 21 13 11 19 23 15 8 8 8 14 18 IP 175.2 218.0 252.2 305.2 276.2 373.2 458.1 369.0 381.0 446.1 361.1 437.0 439.0 392.0 388.0 375.2 427.2 415.0 417.0 439.2 433.2 477.0 415.2 418.3 425.2 447.2 508.0 446.0 466.2 406.2 514.1 448.2 549.1 497.2 539.1 515.2 513.1 565.0 458.2 486.0 493.2

HR 4 5 17 17 4 13 11 13 10 28 21 27 15 19 26 22 20 11 44 39 36 17 20 46 52 29 40 26 24 72 56 29 23 39 58 41 20 33 25 23 39

RBI TB SLG% 69 193 .290 89 235 .288 121 342 .362 125 354 .306 136 370 .342 147 395 .287 156 393 .303 185 435 .321 164 405 .291 274 701 .406 238 533 .382 299 691 .415 278 669 .398 267 588 .390 275 621 .405 311 648 .429 339 739 .425 216 570 .363 317 783 .467 325 723 .418 305 712 .426 243 627 .349 255 629 .397 276 762 .462 322 807 .480 224 614 .362 277 768 .401 258 680 .384 240 679 .372 309 857 .515 322 915 .448 220 647 .373 315 796 .378 340 892 .444 417 1074 .487 314 894 .436 251 689 .350 319 878 .393 221 656 .367 327 786 .399 345 871 .440

H 178 220 252 239 219 350 345 446 419 426 379 392 396 364 446 397 472 479 472 455 444 463 412 422 440 523 505 516 557 491 638 513 572 594 611 525 584 716 599 598 558

R 129 134 147 144 138 224 206 215 312 289 297 276 252 244 305 262 339 279 324 279 278 282 234 219 239 315 300 382 365 401 475 298 318 343 364 278 321 436 388 381 271

BB 71 106 160 153 130 229 232 226 213 327 260 339 248 248 236 288 317 239 275 302 307 241 216 204 215 216 263 224 151 184 232 184 241 227 193 185 227 222 211 196 166

PITCHING ER 84 94 92 102 89 152 148 149 213 196 224 186 188 183 250 185 262 226 266 224 228 222 189 176 211 247 237 294 272 302 336 252 253 286 298 231 280 356 316 315 240

BB 103 101 131 196 182 216 195 218 272 278 221 257 231 281 247 205 294 207 236 211 307 282 220 193 176 195 235 249 208 229 281 227 174 181 253 186 173 258 175 185 183

HBP 7 9 13 9 17 18 10 11 30 19 17 15 16 12 8 16 7 21 23 23 27 23 23 20 20 31 22 13 28 24 23 23 29 29 49 33 43 55 41 62 65 SO 108 150 213 289 230 249 159 198 202 257 193 279 255 194 216 225 284 257 314 256 287 310 234 275 252 346 311 365 335 314 398 280 361 338 334 382 311 380 330 328 410

SO 148 167 198 276 204 287 259 308 265 272 195 240 230 141 192 186 256 183 248 288 287 308 215 248 278 290 344 331 360 320 408 319 355 374 371 330 342 392 360 342 376 2B 18 22 25 29 33 38 43 38 54 58 65 71 73 69 78 62 77 74 68 83 65 75 59 62 71 92 108 89 89 94 110 109 96 111 105 85 99 127 113 98 100

GDP 40 38 47 55 49 45 40 37 45 41 38 44 41 37 29 29 41 48 32 38 38 38 46 54 57 47 19 42 3B 10 11 7 4 7 14 6 12 17 15 13 8 12 6 17 11 21 21 17 14 15 10 9 8 16 21 11 18 16 16 17 11 22 18 21 11 12 16 22 11 9

OB% .289 .280 .373 .314 .336 .334 .332 .348 .335 .395 .385 .411 .373 .390 .373 .420 .418 .373 .399 .384 .396 .355 .367 .375 .380 .346 .356 .347 .328 .373 .366 .336 .360 .379 .386 .369 .349 .363 .356 .373 .375 HR 3 5 17 14 3 15 20 22 20 24 25 25 37 23 35 24 27 28 43 33 27 23 18 15 27 23 33 27 31 42 58 27 27 50 46 26 43 55 38 52 28

SF 4 6 8 9 7 10 14 17 12 15 15 14 17 18 22 13 20 18 21 24 21 19 20 13 17 16 26 22 18 16 19 20 31 26 30 15 12 17 16 15 22

SH 20 27 24 26 22 31 31 26 30 27 12 14 18 32 13 20 7 34 7 11 24 19 28 16 23 32 44 37 40 16 40 33 30 33 41 55 44 41 27 29 34

AB B/Avg 699 .255 857 .260 1001 .252 1134 .211 1032 .212 1448 .212 1350 .255 1402 .261 1512 .277 1687 .253 1451 .261 1634 .240 1645 .241 1470 .248 1498 .298 1465 .271 1676 .282 1630 .294 1629 .290 1709 .266 1699 .261 1801 .257 1573 .262 1596 .264 1618 .272 2082 .287 2242 .266 2151 .286 2183 .297 2005 .293 2115 .302 1753 .293 2120 .270 1986 .299 2094 .292 1978 .265 2000 .292 2266 .316 1899 .315 1957 .306 1913 .292

SB-ATT PO A 29 527 227 33 654 285 54 758 333 35 915 359 80 830 355 94 1121 462 81 1075 445 101 1098 449 50 1143 535 143 1181 559 124-156 1070 342 142-179 1311 515 142-177 1317 493 114-148 1176 524 46-62 1164 484 95-122 1127 460 85-111 1283 512 59-78 1245 480 97-118 1229 429 67-91 1284 447 55-71 1300 487 75-108 1412 534 71-94 1235 470 38-57 1254 527 41-59 1277 548 46-69 1344 528 37-61 1524 689 21-34 1338 547 56-83 1400 618 43-57 1220 552 81-106 1543 649 73-102 1346 658 85-132 1648 729 85-116 1493 632 84-125 1618 701 43-64 1547 635 70-90 1540 637 60-80 1695 699 34-57 1376 574 52-67 1458 603 49-71 1481 636 WP 3 7 24 30 32 26 24 31 35 31 31 38 19 21 34 35 28 27 18 18 35 32 48 32 55 79 56 50 32 35 26 15 34 34 47 35

HBP 3 7 11 24 27 18 16 16 15 14 14 13 17 12 7 16 17 22 21 14 20 26 35 45 37 45 58 36 47 49 59 51 41 60 64 45 32

BK 3 4 3 5 3 1 0 5 0 0 5 3 4 2 2 3 2 3 3 5 4 1 5 9 7 11 20 10 9 13 8 6 7

E FLD% 68 .917 79 .922 89 .925 74 .945 76 .940 115 .930 88 .945 72 .952 109 .939 106 .943 80 .945 103 .947 116 .945 99 .945 86 .950 101 .940 122 .936 78 .957 84 .941 89 .938 78 .958 82 .961 66 .946 76 .959 54 .972 103 .948 89 .961 118 .941 127 .941 130 .932 140 .940 77 .963 101 .959 81 .963 101 .958 88 .962 63 .972 91 .963 91 .955 84 .961 63 .971 SFA 12 8 17 21 13 20 24 16 22 20 23 18 11 23 15 20 20 16 19 15 28 19 29 28 31 22 24 19 39 19 23 33 27 24 19

SHA 13 32 35 26 12 22 23 20 25 25 18 23 26 22 13 16 37 28 24 25 23 41 32 33 28 31 46 47 33 44 30 46 51 32 39 42

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Al Carter ___________ .303 Gene Merrell ________ .268 Terry Twomey _______ .390 Joe Massa __________ .280 Lawrence Hicks______ .362 Bob Flores __________ .328 Bob Flores __________ .265 Barry Hilton ________ .309 Robin Black _________ .292 Rusty Jones _________ .382 Jay Wiederhold ______ .313 Rich Wilkinson ______ .382 Randy Thorpe _______ .355 Trey Hillman ________ .342 Todd Hale __________ .339 Todd Cox ___________ .396 Trey Hillman ______ * .442 James Rains ________ .369 Howard Prager ______ .389 Howard Prager ______ .353 Howard Prager ______ .361 Tony Vilaros_________ .327 Jose Rubiera ________ .402 Karl Heckendorn ____ .336 Clay Gould _________ .396 Shane Davenport ____ .333 B.G. Wilson _________ .360 Matt Splawn ________ .330 Michael Kopecky ____ .320 Matt Mize __________ .369 Matt Mize __________ .374 Kelly Crosby ________ .342 K.J. Hendricks _______ .328 Ryan Roberts _______ .362 Ryan Roberts _______ .422 Hunter Pence _______ .395 Nathan Warrick ______ .331 Adam Moore________ .350 Kyle Rudy __________ .374 Michael Choice ______ .376 Matt Otteman _______ .432

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

Al Carter _____________ 3 Joe Massa ____________ 2 Terry Twomey _________ 2 Joe Massa ____________ 1 4 players with _________ 2 Gary Darst, Billy Womack _ 2 Bobby Flores __________ 4 Ronnie Barnett ________ 3 Jim McCoy ___________ 2 Rusty Jones _________ * 11 3 players with _________ 3 Richard Valenta________ 4 Randy Thorpe _________ 7 Curt Culbertson _______ 3 Trey Hillman __________ 3 Trey Hillman, James, Rains _ 3 Dave Zech ____________ 4 Rodney Fowler, Pat Varni _ 3 Pat Woodruff__________ 5 Pat Woodruff, Howard Prager _ 5 Lawrence Hanlon ______ 3 3 players with _________ 3 Jeff Stephens _________ 5 Jeff Stephens, Clay Gould _ 3 Clay Gould ___________ 7 Brian Reagan _________ 3 Marc Manwarren ______ 6 Matt Splawn __________ 3 Jack Melton __________ 4 Craig Martin __________ 5 Craig Martin __________ 5 Kelly Crosby __________ 3 Daniel Ortmeier _______ 4 Daniel Ortmeier _______ 7 Hunter Pence _________ 5 Hunter Pence _________ 5 Daniel Macha _________ 3 Kyle Rudy ____________ 2 Danny Slinkman _______ 3 Michael Choice, David McLeod_ 3 Matt Otteman _________ 8

AT-BATS 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

Al Carter ____________ 76 Joe Massa ___________ 96 Brent Skillman ______ 112 Brent Skillman ______ 130 Gary Darst __________ 133 Gary Darst __________ 170 Bobby Flores ________ 155 Bobby Flores ________ 167 Robin Black _________ 176 Rusty Jones _________ 211 Richard Wilkinson ____ 166 Richard Valenta______ 185 Danny Smith ________ 211 Calvin Gray _________ 178 Trey Hillman ________ 197 Todd Hale __________ 181 James Rains ________ 207 Stephon Hodge _____ 174 Stephon Hodge _____ 195 Gerard Giustino _____ 196 Gerard Giustino _____ 201 Lawrence Hanlon ____ 189 Jeff Stephens _______ 185 Jeff Stephens _______ 205 Karl Heckendorn ____ 193 Brian Reagan _______ 202 Wess Winn _________ 210 B.G. Wilson _________ 217 Michael Kopecky ____ 206 Michael Kopecky ____ 188 Matt Mize __________ 238 Craig Martin ________ 197 K.J. Hendricks _______ 250 K.J. Hendricks _______ 233 Chris Taylor _________ 250 Kasey Baker_________ 242 Aaron Batlle ________ 205 Daniel Rieder ______ * 264 Leo Radkowski ______ 196 David McLeod ______ 200 Tim Steggall ________ 235

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

Gene Merrell __________ 3 Gene Merrell __________ 2 Steve Mitchell _________ 3 Joe Massa ____________ 3 Lawrence Hicks________ 2 Ron Barnett___________ 3 Garry Sutherland ______ 4 Garry Sutherland ______ 4 Rich Wilkinson ________ 3 Rusty Jones __________ 11 Richard Valenta________ 6 Rich Wilkinson _______ 10 3 players with _________ 3 Curt Culbertson, Julio Garcia_ 4 Craig Jennings ________ 5 Todd Hale, Craig Jennings _6 Dave Zech ___________ 10 Jim Hartman __________ 3 Stephon Hodge ______ 10 Gerard Giustino ______ 10 Pat Varni _____________ 9 Tony Vilaros___________ 5 Brad Dodge __________ 8 Charlie Llewellyn, Jason Smith _ 9 Karl Heckendorn _____ 13 Shane Davenport ______ 8 Jason Garrett _________ 8 Matt Splawn __________ 9 Michael Kopecky ______ 5 Kyle Heine __________ * 19 Matt Mize ___________ 15 Kelly Crosby __________ 8 Craig Martin __________ 6 Daniel Ortmeier ______ 14 Ryan Roberts ________ 16 Hunter Pence, Ryan Nelson _ 8 Aaron Batlle __________ 5 Adam Moore_________ 10 Ben Burum ___________ 8 Michael Choice ________ 7 Michael Choice _______ 11

TRIPLES

HITS 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

Al Carter ____________ 23 Joe Massa ___________ 25 Terry Twomey ________ 41 Joe Massa ___________ 35 Ken Clark____________ 43 Bobby Flores _________ 43 Bobby Flores _________ 41 Bobby Flores _________ 44 Robin Black __________ 52 Rusty Jones __________ 79 Richard Wilkinson_____ 51 Richard Valenta_______ 67 Randy Thorpe ________ 72 Julio Garcia, Curt Culbertson _53 Trey Hillman _________ 66 Todd Hale ___________ 68 James Rains _________ 75 Rodney Fowley _______ 57 Howard Prager _______ 72 Howard Prager _______ 61 Howard Prager _______ 70 Lawrence Hanlon _____ 58 Tim Krejci ___________ 56 Jeff Stephens ________ 61 Clay Gould __________ 76 Shane Davenport _____ 60 B.G. Wilson __________ 73 B.G. Wilson __________ 70 Michael Kopecky _____ 66 Matt Mize ___________ 65 Matt Mize ___________ 89 Kelly Crosby _________ 67 K.J. Hendricks ________ 82 K.J. Hendricks ________ 82 Ryan Roberts _______ * 97 Kasey Baker__________ 85 Nathan Warrick _______ 60 Adam Moore_________ 89 Kyle Rudy ___________ 71 David McLeod _______ 75 Matt Otteman ________ 95

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

Al Carter ____________ 14 Gene Merrell _________ 16 Ken Clark____________ 17 Bobby Sims __________ 19 Gary Darst ___________ 25 Mark Visosky _________ 24 Mark Visosky, Bobby Flores _ 20 Bobby Flores _________ 24 Robert Don __________ 27 Rusty Jones, Rich Wilkinson _ 57 Rich Wilkinson _______ 45 Richard Valenta_______ 54 Danny Smith _________ 36 Curt Culbertson ______ 43 Trey Hillman _________ 38 Todd Hale ___________ 66 Dave Zech ___________ 62 Greg Farnik __________ 30 Howard Prager _______ 53 Gerard Giustino, Jim Hartman _ 44 Howard Prager, Gerard Giustino _ 42 Tony Vilaros__________ 37 Brad Dodge _________ 40 Brad Dodge _________ 39 Clay Gould __________ 54 Shane Davenport _____ 39 Jason Garrett ________ 41 Matt Splawn _________ 56 Michael Kopecky _____ 36 Billy Martin __________ 52 Matt Mize ___________ 48 Kelly Crosby _________ 46 Darrell Preston _______ 45 Daniel Ortmeier ______ 66 Ryan Roberts _______ * 69 Paul Bruder __________ 40 Aaron Batlle _________ 40 Adam Moore_________ 50 Ben Burum, Danny Slinkman _ 28 Michael Choice _______ 51 Matt Otteman _______ * 69

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RUNS SCORED 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

Joe Massa ___________ 13 Joe Massa ___________ 20 Terry Twomey ________ 26 Bobby Sims __________ 22 Billy Womack ________ 22 Mark Visosky _________ 21 Barry Hilton _________ 27 Ronnie Barnett, Barry Hilton _ 35 Dave Owen __________ 37 Rusty Jones __________ 66 Dave Owen __________ 53 Randy Thorpe ________ 47 Randy Thorpe ________ 63 Roger Piacenti _______ 48 Roger Piacenti _______ 44 Todd Cox ____________ 46 James Rains _________ 62 James Rains _________ 30 Howard Prager, Rodney Fowler _47 Howard Prager _______ 46 Pat Varni ____________ 49 Tony Vilaros__________ 37 Jeff Stephens ________ 35 Jeff Stephens ________ 37 Doug Durrwachter ____ 56 Brian Reagan ________ 45 Brian Reagan ________ 40 B.G. Wilson __________ 41 Travis Erard __________ 38 Matt Mize ___________ 50 Matt Mize ___________ 59 Kelly Crosby _________ 42 K.J. Hendricks ________ 57 K.J. Hendricks ________ 63 Ryan Roberts _______ * 69 Kasey Baker__________ 52 Nathan Warrick _______ 41 Adam Moore_________ 54 Kyle Rudy ___________ 29 David McLeod _______ 49 Michael Choice _______ 64

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

Sandy McGee ________ 19 Steve Mitchell ________ 19 Jimmy Kelley_________ 28 Jimmy Kelley_________ 35 Jimmy Kelley_________ 22 Dennis Padgett _______ 29 Ron Barnett__________ 39 Barry Hilton _________ 36 Dave Owen __________ 39 Dave Owen _________ * 61 Dave Owen __________ 55 Randy Thorpe ________ 60 Randy Thorpe ________ 35 Roger Piacenti _______ 46 Roger Piacenti _______ 35 Todd Cox ____________ 46 Trey Hillman _________ 43 James Rains _________ 40 Pat Varnell ___________ 37 Pat Cleveland ________ 57 Pat Varni ____________ 48 Lawrence Hanlon _____ 39 Brad Dodge _________ 33 Brad Dodge _________ 28 Jason Smith _________ 34 Brian Reagan ________ 29 Brian Reagan, Wess Winn _ 36 Danny Murray ________ 34 Travis Erard __________ 28 Matt Mize ___________ 29 Joe Kennedy _________ 35 Daniel Ortmeier ______ 28 K.J. Hendricks ________ 36 K.J. Hendricks ________ 40 Ryan Roberts ________ 42 Ryan Nelson _________ 30 Ryan Nelson _________ 26 Daniel Rieder ________ 33 Daniel Rieder ________ 32 Jay Pitschka _________ 26 Michael Choice _______ 29

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WALKS

DOUBLES 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

Al Carter _____________ 7 Joe Massa ____________ 4 Bobby Sims ___________ 8 Bobby Sims, David York _ 6 Ken Clark____________ 12 Gary Darst, Bobby Flores _ 6 Jack Burgess __________ 6 Ronnie Barnett ________ 8 John Mocek __________ 5 Mark Medina ________ 13 Richard Wilkinson _____ 10 4 players with ________ 10 Danny Smith _________ 11 Curt Culbertson ______ 11 Trey Hillman _________ 15 Todd Hale ___________ 21 Greg Farnik __________ 16 James Rains, Jim Hartman _ 9 Rodney Fowler _______ 17 Jim Hartman _________ 13 Howard Prager _______ 21 Lawrence Hanlon _____ 16 Sam Austin __________ 14 Brad Dodge _________ 16 Clay Gould __________ 14 Shane Davenport _____ 19 Brian Reagan ________ 14 B.G. Wilson __________ 17 Michael Kopecky _____ 20 Billy Martin, Craig Martin _ 13 Matt Mize ___________ 19 Craig Martin _________ 19 Daniel Ortmeier ______ 17 Ryan Roberts ________ 21 Kasey Baker__________ 22 Kasey Baker__________ 21 Aaron Batlle _________ 18 Adam Moore_________ 22 Danny Slinkman, Kyle Rudy _ 13 David McLeod _______ 18 Andrew Kainer ______ * 23

STOLEN BASES 1969 Brent Skillman ________ 3 1970 Joe Massa ___________ 10 1971 Terry Twomey ________ 16 1972 Billy Womack ________ 22 1973 Billy Womack ________ 23 1974 Billy Womack ________ 21 1975 Ron Barnett__________ 26 1976 Ron Barnett__________ 28 1977 Brent Kinman ________ 12 1978 Rusty Jones, Dave Owen _ 40 1979 Dave Owen __________ 32 1980 Randy Thorpe _______ * 53 1981 Randy Thorpe ________ 50 1982 Roger Piacenti _______ 36 1983 Chuck Burnes _________ 8 1984 Chuck Burnes ________ 16 1985 Greg Faught _________ 23 1986 James Rains _________ 15 1987 James Rains _________ 22 1988 Paul Hoelscher _______ 19 1989 Pat Varni ____________ 21 1990 Lawrence Hanlon _____ 17 1991 Lawrence Hanlon _____ 19 1992 Tim Krejci ___________ 22 1993 Doug Durrwachter ____ 24 1994 Brian Reagan ________ 18 1995 Marc Manwarren _____ 16 1996 B.G. Wilson, Jason Borghese _ 6 1997 Travis Erard __________ 13 1998 Matt Mize ___________ 10 1999 Matt Mize ___________ 27 2000 Daniel Ortmeier ______ 19 2001 K.J. Hendricks ________ 36 2002 K.J. Hendricks ________ 33 2003 Robby Deevers _______ 19 2004 Hunter Pence ________ 10 2005 Nathan Warrick _______ 21 2006 Brock Wilson _________ 11 2007 David Newby, Leo Radkowski_ 5 2008 Michael Choice, Matt Otteman _ 8 2009 Andrew Kainer__________ 14 * Single-Season School Record

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APPEARANCES 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

Henry Fulkerson ______ 13 Jimmy Stewart _______ 12 Robert Hill___________ 12 Robert Hill___________ 19 Jimmy Stewart _______ 19 Doug Osterloh _______ 15 John Neinast _________ 13 Bruce Marshall _______ 19 Bruce Marshall, Trey Holt _ 16 Ernie Valamides, Trey Holt _ 12 Ernie Valamides ______ 14 Curtis Kouba _________ 15 Fred Wilburn, Curtis Kouba _ 13 Duane Mitchell _______ 15 Fred Wilburn _________ 19 Mark Farrar __________ 16 David Rodriguez ______ 22 David Rodriguez ______ 18 Steve Foster _________ 18 Steve Foster _________ 23 Ray Schuster _________ 19 Gary Paul ___________ 27 Jason Watkins ________ 21 Jason Watkins ________ 28 John Henrickson______ 19 David Upchurch ______ 24 Jay Dixon ___________ 29 Chad Duffer _________ 21 Shawn Floyd _________ 28 Cade Sanchez ________ 25 David Sobczak ______ * 37 Jared Ferrans, Aaron Pullin _ 23 Jarrett Garza _________ 28 Mike Snapp__________ 35 Mike Snapp__________ 33 Mike Snapp__________ 36 Dillon Gee ___________ 23 Chris Taylor __________ 26 Nathan Long, Brandon Endsley _ 17 Ryan Martin _________ 19 Adam Boydston ______ 29

WINS 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

INNINGS PITCHED 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

Henry Fulkerson _____ 72.0 Jimmy Stewart ______ 75.0 Lonnie Salyers ______ 66.1 Lonnie Salyers ______ 81.0 Lonnie Salyers ______ 75.0 Doug Osterloh ______ 91.0 Dave Whisonhant ____ 64.0 Bruce Marshall ___ * 130.1 David Hicks _________ 89.1 Ernie Valamides _____ 72.0 Curtis Kouba ________ 65.2 Steve Dearman _____103.1 Fred Wilburn ________ 86.0 Duane Mitchell ______ 86.0 Fred Wilburn _______101.1 Mark Farrar _________ 86.2 Michael Holly _______ 83.0 Doug Myres ________ 95.2 Doug Myres _______106.2 Steve Foster _______123.0 Jeff Burrow, Raymond Schuster _ 89.0 Jeff Burrow _________ 92.3 Jeff Burrow _________ 85.2 Chris Gay___________ 90.2 John Henrickson____106.1 John Henrickson_____ 93.0 Scott Sexton ________ 76.0 Randy Glaze, Roy Miller _ 81.2 Roger Lancaster ____100.2 Shawn Floyd ________ 62.2 Ben Grundhauser ____ 97.2 Whoa Dill __________ 84.0 Pierce Loveless _____103.2 Pierce Loveless ______ 89.1 Aaron Pullin _______106.1 Michael Gardner ____105.0 Jake Baxter ________117.2 Dillon Gee _________106.0 Dillon Gee _________111.2 Andy Sauter ________ 85.2 Nathan Long ________ 93.1

Henry Fulkerson _______ 3 Jimmy Stewart ________ 3 Lonnie Salyers ________ 7 Tony Wilson __________ 5 Jimmy Stewart ________ 7 Doug Osterloh ________ 7 Cliff Knowles __________ 5 Bruce Marshall ______ * 12 David Hicks ___________ 4 5 pitchers with ________ 4 Curtis Kouba __________ 7 Steve Dearman ______ * 12 Fred Wilburn, Duane Mitchell _ 8 Duane Mitchell ________ 8 Fred Wilburn __________ 9 Mark Farrar ___________ 9 Michael Holly _________ 8 Doug Myers _________ 10 Steve Foster, Doug Myers _ 8 Steve Foster _________ 11 Ed LeBoeuf ___________ 9 Lee Jones ____________ 8 Jeff Burrow __________ 10 Chris Gay____________ 10 John Henrickson_______ 9 John Henrickson_______ 6 Scott Sexton __________ 6 Randy Glaze, Roy Miller _ 4 Roger Lancaster _______ 7 Whoa Dill ____________ 5 Ben Grundhauser ______ 5 Whoa Dill ____________ 6 Mike Snapp, Jarrett Garza_ 8 Aaron Pullin __________ 8 Aaron Pullin __________ 8 Michael Gardner ______ 11 Grant Varnell __________ 8 Dillon Gee ____________ 6 Dillon Gee ____________ 4 Ryan Robinson ________ 6 Nathan Long, Ryan Robinson 6

ERA 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

Tony Wilson ________ 1.80 Jimmy Stewart ______ 2.97 Lonnie Salyers ______ 1.76 Tony Wilson ________ 2.41 Lonnie Salyers ______ 1.56 John Neinas ________ 2.59 Cliff Knowles ________ 1.99 Bruce Marshall ______ 3.32 David Hicks _________ 3.10 Ernie Valamides _____ 2.42 Curtis Kouba ________ 4.52 Fred Wilburn ________ 2.10 Fred Wilburn ________ 2.09 Stan Brewer ________ 3.69 Fred Wilburn ________ 4.62 Mark Farrar _________ 3.01 Michael Holly _______ 2.82 Doug Myres ________ 2.92 Doug Myres ________ 4.09 Steve Foster ________ 2.49 Ray Schuster ________ 3.03 Chris Gay___________ 3.19 Don Meredith _______ 2.96 Lee Jones __________ 2.67 John Henrickson_____ 2.88 Cody Farr __________ 3.50 Chad Duffer ________ 1.91 Randy Glaze ________ 4.19 Roger Lancaster _____ 3.75 Whoa Dill __________ 4.97 David Sobczak ______ 3.62 Pierce Loveless ______ 3.19 Jarrett Garza ________ 3.02 Aaron Pullin ________ 2.48 Pierce Loveless ______ 3.74 Mike Snapp_______ * 1.42 Jake Baxter _________ 2.60 Ryan Riddle_________ 4.75 Dillon Gee __________ 4.67 Drew Clementz ______ 3.16 Nathan Long ________ 3.76

SAVES 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

STRIKEOUTS

Jim Abt ______________ 1 Jim Abt ______________ 2 Jimmy Stewart ________ 2 5 pitchers with ________ 1 Jimmy Stewart, Lonnie Salyers_ 2 John Neinast, Dennis Vazzi _1 4 pitchers with ________ 1 Chris Powell __________ 2 Trey Holt _____________ 2 Mark Wade ___________ 2 Steve Dearman ________ 4 Craig Happel __________ 2 3 pitchers with ________ 1 5 pitchers with ________ 1 Steve Sullivan _________ 2 Steve Sullivan _________ 2 David Rodriguez _______ 5 David Rodriguez _______ 3 Todd Carruthers _______ 2 Steve Foster, Mark Shoop_ 1 Howard Prager ________ 3 Gary Paul ____________ 5 Jason Watkins _________ 4 Jason Watkins _______ * 14 John Henrickson_______ 2 David Upchurch _______ 4 Jay Dixon ____________ 4 Matt Splawn __________ 2 David Sobczak ________ 5 David Sobczak, Cade Sanchez 3 David Sobczak ________ 8 Jared Ferrans _________ 5 Jarrett Garza __________ 5 Mike Snapp___________ 5 Mike Snapp___________ 6 Mike Snapp__________ 12 Blake Pierson _________ 4 Chris Taylor ___________ 6 P.J. Burns, Ryan Martin __ 1 Marcus Limon _________ 5 Adam Boydston _______ 9

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

Henry Fulkerson ______ 53 Lonnie Salyers _______ 43 Lonnie Salyers _______ 65 Lonnie Salyers _______ 92 Lonnie Salyers _______ 79 Doug Osterloh _______ 68 John Neinast _________ 30 Bruce Marshall ______ 103 David Hicks __________ 53 Ernie Valamides ______ 39 Curtis Kouba _________ 34 Fred Wilburn _________ 60 Fred Wilburn _________ 59 Stan Brewer, Mark Farrar _ 33 Fred Wilburn _________ 70 Robert McCallum _____ 51 Kraig Luckenbill ______ 64 Doug Myres _________ 82 Doug Myres ________ 103 Steve Foster _________ 96 Ray Schuster _________ 66 Lee Jones ___________ 75 Jeff Burrow __________ 45 Bruce Pool___________ 73 John Henrickson______ 84 John Henrickson______ 88 Roy Miller ___________ 51 Roger Lancaster ______ 66 Roger Lancaster ______ 92 David Sobczak _______ 52 Ben Grundhauser _____ 68 Aaron Pullin _________ 51 Pierce Loveless _______ 71 Pierce Loveless _______ 66 Aaron Pullin _________ 56 Michael Gardner ______ 77 Jake Baxter __________ 94 Chris Taylor __________ 82 Dillon Gee ___________ 96 Nathan Long, Andy Sauter _ 56 Nathan Long _______ * 104

COMPLETE GAMES 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

Tony Wilson __________ 4 Jimmy Stewart ________ 5 Lonnie Salyers ________ 5 Jimmy Stewart, Lonnie Salyers__ 5 Lonnie Salyers ________ 5 John Neinast _________ 10 John Neinast __________ 7 Bruce Marshall ______ * 13 Bruce Marshall ________ 7 Ernie Valamides _______ 7 Curtis Kouba __________ 8 Steve Dearman ______ * 13 Fred Wilburn __________ 9 Duane Mitchell ________ 9 Fred Wilburn __________ 9 Mark Farrar __________ 11 Michael Holly _________ 7 Doug Myres _________ 10 Doug Myres _________ 10 Steve Foster _________ 12 Jeff Burrow, Raymond Schuster_ 6 Jeff Burrow ___________ 6 Jeff Burrow ___________ 9 Don Meredith _________ 5 John Henrickson, Scott Sexton 11 John Henrickson_______ 4 Roy Miller, Randy Glaze _ 3 Roy Miller ____________ 6 Roger Lancaster _______ 6 N/A _________________ 0 Chad Ashlock, Ben Grundhauser _ 2 Whoa Dill ____________ 5 Pierce Loveless ________ 6 3 pitchers with ________ 1 Aaron Pullin, Ricky Stover _ 2 3 pitchers with ________ 1 Jake Baxter ___________ 6 Dillon Gee ____________ 3 Dillon Gee ____________ 4 Nathan Long, Andy Sauter 2 Nathan Long __________ 2

PAT VARNI (1986-1989) - Led the Mavericks in runs scored, triples, home runs, walks and stolen bases during his four-year career.

JEFF BURROW (1988-1991) - Led the Mavericks in innings pitched and complete games in three of his four years while wearing a Mavericks uniform.

JIMMY STEWART (1970-1973) - Led the Mavericks in six pitching statistical categories, including wins, ERA, saves, innings pitched and complete games.

B.G. WILSON (1993-1996) - Led the Mavericks in batting average, atbats, hits, runs, doubles and stolen bases during his collegiate career at UTA.

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Trey Hillman (1985) _____________________ .442 Matt Otteman (2009) ____________________ .432 Ryan Roberts (2003) _____________________ .422 Andrew Kainer (2009) ___________________ .417 Michael Choice (2009) ___________________ .413 Jose Rubiera (1991) _____________________ .402 Clay Gould (1993) _______________________ .396 Todd Cox (1984) ________________________ .396 Hunter Pence (2004) ____________________ .395 Terry Twomey (1971) ____________________ .390

HOME RUNS 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8.

GAMES PLAYED 1. 3.

7. 8.

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Kyle Rudy (2006)__________________________65 Adam Moore (2006) _______________________65 Daniel Rieder (2006) _______________________64 K.J. Hendricks (2001) ______________________64 Craig Martin (2001) _______________________64 Darrell Preston (2001) _____________________64 Daniel Ortmeier (2001) ____________________63 8 players tied with ________________________62

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Ryan Roberts (2003) _______________________69 Rusty Jones (1978) ________________________66 Michael Choice (2009) _____________________64 K.J. Hendricks (2002) ______________________63 Randy Thorpe (1981) ______________________63 James Raines (1985) _______________________62 Matt Mize (1999) _________________________59 K.J. Hendricks (2001) ______________________57 Doug Durrwachter (1993) __________________56 Adam Moore (2006) _______________________54 Kasey Baker (2003) ________________________54

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

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Ryan Roberts (2003) ______________________176 Matt Mize (1999) ________________________161 Matt Otteman (2009) _____________________153 Michael Choice (2009) ____________________145 Adam Moore (2006) ______________________143 Daniel Ortmeier (2002) ___________________143 Rusty Jones (1978) _______________________143 Hunter Pence (2003) _____________________134 Ryan Roberts (2002) ______________________132 Chris Taylor (2003) _______________________131 Matt Mize (1998) ________________________131

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Chad McBroom (1996) _____________________55 Ben Burum (2007) ________________________54 Dave Owen (1977) ________________________53 Daniel Ortmeier (2001) ____________________51 Matt Splawn (1996) _______________________51 Ben Burum (2006) ________________________50 Gary Sutherland (1976) ____________________47 Kasey Baker (2004) ________________________46 Jason Smith (1993) ________________________46 Jason Smith (1992) ________________________46

HIT BY PITCH 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 10.

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Danny Slinkman (2008) ____________________15 Brett Lewis (2005) _________________________14 Jay Pitschka (2009) ________________________13 Jay Pitschka (2008) ________________________13 Adam Moore (2006) _______________________13 Andrew Kainer (2009) _____________________11 David Newby (2006) ________________________9 Jason Garrett (1995) ________________________9 Randy Bench (1980) ________________________9 Craig Martin (1998) ________________________8 Lawrence Hanlon (1990) ____________________8

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

TRIPLES Name (Year) __________________________ Total Rusty Jones (1979) ________________________11 Matt Otteman (2009) _______________________8 Daniel Ortmeier (2002) _____________________7 Clay Gould (1993) __________________________7 Randy Thorpe (1981) _______________________7 Marc Manwarren (1995) _____________________6 Hunter Pence (2004) _______________________5 Hunter Pence (2003) _______________________5 Craig Martin (1999) ________________________5 Craig Martin (1998) ________________________5 Jeff Stephens (1991) ________________________5 Howard Prager (1988) ______________________5 Pat Woodruff (1988) ________________________5 Pat Woodruff (1987) ________________________5

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Matt Otteman (2009) ______________________69 Ryan Roberts (2003) _______________________69 Daniel Ortmeier (2002) ____________________66 Todd Hale (1984) _________________________66 Dave Zech (1985) _________________________62 Ryan Roberts (2002) _______________________60 Rusty Jones (1978) ________________________57 Richard Wilkinson (1978) ___________________57 Chris Taylor (2003) ________________________56 Matt Splawn (1996) _______________________56

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DOUBLES Name (Year) __________________________ Total Andrew Kainer (2009) _____________________23 Adam Moore (2006) _______________________22 Kasey Baker (2003) ________________________22 Kasey Baker (2004) ________________________21 Ryan Roberts (2003) _______________________21 Ryan Roberts (2002) _______________________21 Howard Prager (1989) _____________________21 Todd Hale (1984) _________________________21 Jason Severson (2002) _____________________20 Michael Kopecky (1997) ____________________20

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Dave Owen (1978) ________________________61 Randy Thorpe (1980) ______________________60 Pat Cleveland (1988) ______________________57 Dave Owen (1979) ________________________55 Richard Wilkinson (1980) ___________________54 Howard Prager (1988) _____________________49 Pat Varni (1989) __________________________48 Todd Cox (1984) __________________________46 Trey Hillman (1985) _______________________43 Ryan Roberts (2003) _______________________42

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BASE HITS Name (Year) __________________________ Total Ryan Roberts (2003) _______________________97 Matt Otteman (2009) ______________________95 Michael Choice (2009) _____________________93 Adam Moore (2006) _______________________89 Matt Mize (1999) _________________________89 Chris Taylor (2003) ________________________87 Andrew Kainer (2009) _____________________85 Kasey Baker (2004) ________________________85 Daniel Rieder (2006) _______________________84 Kasey Baker (2003) ________________________83 Hunter Pence (2003) ______________________83

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STOLEN BASES Name (Year) __________________________ Total Randy Thorpe (1980) ______________________53 Randy Thorpe (1981) ______________________50 Rusty Jones (1978) ________________________40 Dave Owen (1978) ________________________40 K.J. Hendricks (2001) ______________________36 Roger Piacenti (1982) ______________________36 K.J. Hendricks (2002) ______________________33 Dave Owen (1979) ________________________32 Randy Thorpe (1979) ______________________30 Ron Barnett (1976) ________________________28

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Daniel Rieder (2006) ____________________** 264 Adam Moore (2006) ______________________254 Chris Taylor (2003) _______________________250 K.J. Hendricks (2003) _____________________250 Darrell Preston (2001) ____________________248 Kasey Baker (2004) _______________________242 Kasey Baker (2003) _______________________241 Hunter Pence (2003) _____________________239 Craig Martin (2001) ______________________238 Matt Mize (1999) ________________________238

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Kyle Heine (1998) _________________________19 Ryan Roberts (2003) _______________________16 Matt Mize (1998) _________________________16 Matt Mize (1999) _________________________15 Daniel Ortmeier (2002) ____________________14 Billy Martin (1998) ________________________13 Karl Heckendorn (1993) ____________________13 Michael Choice (2009) _____________________11 Jason Smith (1993) ________________________11 Rusty Jones (1978) ________________________11

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Ryan Roberts (2003) _____________________ .765 John-Paul Davis (1999)___________________ .756 Matt Mize (1998) _______________________ .744 Billy Martin (1998) ______________________ .696 Matt Otteman (2009) ____________________ .695 Kyle Heine (1998) _______________________ .687 Matt Mize (1999) _______________________ .676 Clay Gould (1993) _______________________ .651 Michael Choice (2009) ___________________ .644 Matt Splawn (1995) _____________________ .640

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Ryan Roberts (2003) _____________________ .514 Danny Slinkman (2008) __________________ .497 Michael Choice (2009) ___________________ .492 Matt Otteman (2009) ____________________ .478 Andrew Kainer (2009) ___________________ .474 Matt Mize (1998) _______________________ .458 K.J. Hendricks (2002) ____________________ .450 Clay Gould (1993) _______________________ .449 Billy Martin (1998) ______________________ .448 B.G. Wilson (1995) _______________________ .447 ** Southland Conference Record

RANDY THORPE - Set the all-time UTA record for stolen bases in a season with 53 in 1980. He then stole 50 bases the following year to mark the second most stolen bases in school history.

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Michael Choice (2008-09) ________________ .396 Ryan Roberts (2002-03) __________________ .393 Andrew Kainer (2008-09) _________________ .373 Matt Mize (1998-99) _____________________ .372 Hunter Pence (2003-04) __________________ .371 Todd Hale (1983-84) _____________________ .361 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ___________________ .359 Rodney Fowler (1985-87) _________________ .354 Chris Taylor (2003) ______________________ .348 Kasey Baker (2003-04) ___________________ .348

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GAMES PLAYED 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Darrell Preston (2001-04) __________________230 Danny Smith (1978-81) ___________________225 Craig Martin (1998-2001) __________________224 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ___________________218 Randy Thorpe (1978-81) __________________218 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________213 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________212 Pat Varni (1986-89) _______________________205 Richard Wilkinson (1977-80) _______________202 James Rains (1984-87) ____________________196

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

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

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

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

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

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Craig Martin (1998-2001) __________________417 Darrell Preston (2001-04) __________________373 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________332 Richard Wilkinson (1977-80) _______________322 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) _________________320 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ___________________317 Robert Roberts (2002-03) _________________308 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________301 Matt Mize (1998-99) ______________________292 Pat Varni (1986-89) _______________________288

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Danny Slinkman (2006-08) _________________27 Jay Pitschka (2008-09) _____________________26 Brett Lewis (2004-05) ______________________19 David Newby (2006-07) ____________________19 Pat Varni (1986-89) ________________________18 Craig Martin (1998-2001) ___________________17 Lawrence Hanlon (1989-91)_________________17 Andrew Kainer (2008-09) ___________________16 Jason Garrett (1994-95) ____________________15 Adam Moore (2006) _______________________13 Howard Prager (1986-89) ___________________13 Randy Bench (1977-80) ____________________13

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

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Matt Mize (1998-99) _____________________ .705 Ryan Roberts (2002-03) __________________ .695 Michael Choice (2008-09) ________________ .604 Karl Heckendorn (1992-93) _______________ .602 Todd Hale (1983-84) _____________________ .588 Hunter Pence (2003-04) __________________ .585 Matt Splawn (1995-96) ___________________ .584 Rusty Jones (1978-79) ___________________ .569 Adam Moore (2006) _____________________ .563 Kyle Heine (1997-98) ____________________ .559

TOTAL BASES

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

TRIPLES Name (Years) _________________________ Total Randy Thorpe (1978-81) ___________________16 Clay Gould (1990-93) ______________________14 Rusty Jones (1978-79) _____________________14 Danny Smith (1978-81) ____________________14 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) __________________13 Craig Martin (1998-2001) ___________________13 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ____________________13 Hunter Pence (2003-04) ____________________11 Matt Otteman (2008-09) ___________________10 Robby Deevers (2002-03)___________________10 Pat Woodruff (1987-88) ____________________10 Rodney Fowler (1985-87) ___________________10 Trey Hillman (1982-85) _____________________10

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

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Randy Thorpe (1978-81) __________________178 Dave Owen (1977-79) ____________________155 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________146 Pat Varni (1986-89) _______________________144 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________127 James Rains (1984-87) ____________________124 Richard Wilkinson (1977-80) _______________115 Todd Cox (1983-85) ______________________106 Ron Barnett (1974-76) _____________________96 Curt Culbertson (1980-82) __________________95

RUNS SCORED

DOUBLES Name (Years) _________________________ Total Craig Martin (1998-2001) ___________________60 Darrell Preston (2001-04) ___________________58 Howard Prager (1986-89) ___________________52 Kasey Baker (2003-04) _____________________43 Ryan Roberts (2002-03) ____________________42 Aaron Batlle (2003-05) _____________________39 B.G. Wilson (1993-96) ______________________38 Clay Gould (1990-93) ______________________37 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ____________________37 Trey Hillman (1982-85) _____________________37

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Darrell Preston (2001-04) __________________166 Richard Wilkinson (1977-80) _______________151 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________148 Craig Martin (1998-2001) __________________131 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) _________________130 Ryan Roberts (2002-03) ___________________129 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________129 Pat Varni (1986-89) _______________________119 Clay Gould (1990-93) _____________________116 Richard Valenta (1977-80) _________________116

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Randy Thorpe (1978-81) __________________190 James Rains (1984-87) ____________________173 Craig Martin (1998-2001) __________________167 Pat Varni (1986-89) _______________________165 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________163 Darrell Preston (2001-04) __________________156 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________144 Dave Owen (1977-79) ____________________138 Danny Smith (1978-81) ___________________127 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ___________________126

BASE HITS Name (Years) _________________________ Total Darrell Preston (2001-04) __________________268 Craig Martin (1998-2001) __________________248 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________239 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________235 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ___________________227 James Rains (1984-87) ____________________212 Randy Thorpe (1978-81) __________________207 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) _________________202 B.G. Wilson (1993-96) _____________________201 Richard Wilkinson (1977-80) _______________199

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AT-BATS Name (Years) _________________________ Total Darrell Preston (2001-04) ________________** 856 Craig Martin (1998-2001) __________________831 Jeff Stephens (1990-93) ___________________749 Howard Prager (1986-89) __________________691 Danny Smith (1978-81) ___________________689 Pat Varni (1986-89) _______________________681 James Rains (1984-87) ____________________677 Randy Thorpe (1978-81) __________________675 B.G. Wilson (1993-96) _____________________657 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) _________________655 Trey Hillman (1982-85) ____________________655

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Matt Mize (1998-99) _______________________31 Craig Martin (1998-2001) ___________________27 Ryan Roberts (2002-03) ____________________26 Richard Wilkinson (1977-80) ________________24 Jason Smith (1990-93) _____________________22 Charlie Llewellyn (1990-93) _________________21 Kyle Heine (1997-98) ______________________21 Billy Martin (1995-98) ______________________20 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) __________________20 Michael Choice (2008-09) __________________18 Karl Heckendorn (1990-93) _________________18

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

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Randy Thorpe (1978-81) ________________** 151 Dave Owen (1977-79) _____________________72 James Rains (1984-87) _____________________71 K.J. Hendricks (2001-02) ____________________69 Danny Smith (1978-81) ____________________67 Rusty Jones (1978-79) _____________________64 Ron Barnett (1974-76) _____________________62 Billy Womack (1972-74) ____________________60 Bobby Flores (1973-76) ____________________54 Daniel Ortmeier (2000-02) __________________46 ** Southland Conference Record

RYAN ROBERTS - Broke the all-time UTA career batting average record during his final season as a Maverick in 2003. The two-year standout completed his career with a .393 average.

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WALKS

Name (Year) __________________________ Total David Sobczak (1999)____________________** 37 Mike Snapp (2004) ________________________36 Mike Snapp (2002) ________________________35 Mike Snapp (2003) ________________________33 Adam Boydston (2009) ____________________29 Jay Dixon (1995) __________________________29 Jarrett Garza (2001) _______________________28 Shawn Floyd (1997) _______________________28 Jason Watkins (1992) ______________________28 Mike Snapp (2001) ________________________27 Chad Duffer (1995) ________________________27 Gary Paul (1990) __________________________27

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WINS 1. 3. 5. 8.

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

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Mike Snapp (2004) ______________________ 1.42 Lonnie Salyers (1973) ____________________ 1.56 Lonnie Salyers (1971) ____________________ 1.76 Tony Wilson (1969) ______________________ 1.80 Chad Duffer (1995) ______________________ 1.91 Cliff Knowles (1975) _____________________ 1.99 Fred Wilburn (1981) _____________________ 2.09 Fred Wilburn (1980) _____________________ 2.10 Kyle Smith (1991) _______________________ 2.20 Steve Dearman (1980) ___________________ 2.35

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

Total 130.0 123.0 117.2 111.2 110.2 106.2 106.1 106.0 106.0 105.0

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Bruce Marshall (1976)____________________** 14 Steve Dearman (1980) _____________________13 Steve Foster (1988) ________________________12 John Henrickson (1993) ____________________11 Mark Farrar (1984) ________________________11 Scott Sexton (1993) _______________________10 Doug Myres (1987) ________________________10 Doug Myres (1986) ________________________10 Jeff Burrow (1991) _________________________9 Fred Wilburn (1983) ________________________9 Duane Mitchell (1982) ______________________9 Fred Wilburn (1981) ________________________9

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Nathan Long (2009) ______________________104 Doug Myres (1987) _______________________103 Bruce Marshall (1976)_____________________103 Steve Foster (1988) ________________________96 Dillon Gee (2007) _________________________96 Jake Baxter (2005) ________________________94 Lonnie Salyers (1972) ______________________92 Roger Lancaster (1997) ____________________92 John Henrickson (1994) ____________________88 John Henrickson (1993) ____________________84

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Ben Grundhauser (1999) ___________________84 Cade Sanchez (1999) ______________________74 Dillon Gee (2006) _________________________72 Dillon Gee (2007) _________________________69 Dave Engelson (2001) _____________________68 Randy Glaze (1996) _______________________67 Bruce Marshall (1976)______________________67 Fred Wilburn (1983) _______________________66 Andy Sauter (2008)________________________65 Chad Ashlock (1999) ______________________65 Bruce Marshall (1977)______________________65 Name (Year) __________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2006) _________________________63 Ben Grundhauser (1999) ___________________62 Dillon Gee (2007) _________________________58 Ryan Robinson (2008) _____________________54 Pierce Loveless (2002) _____________________52 Doug Myres (1987) ________________________52 Fred Wilburn (1983) _______________________52 Jake Baxter (2004) ________________________51 Dillon Gee (2005) _________________________50 Aaron Pullin (2003) ________________________50 Whoa Dill (2000) __________________________50

GAMES STARTED 1. 4.

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2007) ________________________138 Dillon Gee (2006) ________________________133 Ben Grundhauser (1999) __________________131 Aaron Pullin (2003) _______________________119 Pierce Loveless (2002) ____________________119 Jake Baxter (2005) _______________________116 Pierce Loveless (2001) ____________________116 Fred Wilburn (1983) ______________________110 Grant Varnell (2005) ______________________108 Nathan Long (2009) ______________________107

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INNINGS PITCHED Name (Year) __________________________ Bruce Marshall (1976)___________________ Steve Foster (1988) _____________________ Jake Baxter (2005) _____________________ Dillon Gee (2007) ______________________ Grant Varnell (2005) ____________________ Doug Myres (1987) _____________________ Aaron Pullin (2003) _____________________ Dillon Gee (2006) ______________________ John Henrickson (1993) _________________ Michael Gardner (2004) _________________

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

SAVES Name (Year) __________________________ Total Jason Watkins (1992) ______________________14 Mike Snapp (2004) ________________________12 Adam Boydston (2009) _____________________9 David Sobczak (1999)_______________________8 Chris Taylor (2006) _________________________6 Mike Snapp (2003) _________________________6 Marcus Limon (2008) _______________________5 Mike Snapp (2002) _________________________5 Jarrett Garza (2001) ________________________5 Jared Ferrans (2000) ________________________5 David Sobczak (1997)_______________________5 David Rodriguez (1985) _____________________5

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Name (Year) __________________________ Total Steve Dearman (1980) _____________________12 Bruce Marshall (1976)______________________12 Michael Gardner (2004) ____________________11 Steve Foster (1988) ________________________11 Chris Gay (1992) __________________________10 Jeff Burrow (1991) ________________________10 Doug Myres (1986) ________________________10 John Henrickson (1993) _____________________9 Ed LeBouef (1989) _________________________9 Mark Farrar (1984) _________________________9 Fred Wilburn (1983) ________________________9 Fred Wilburn (1980) ________________________9

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Bruce Marshall (1976)______________________78 Lonnie Salyers (1972) ______________________67 Kraig Luckenbill (1985) ____________________66 Fred Wilburn (1983) _______________________57 Mike Wyant (1974) ________________________57 Cade Sanchez (1999) ______________________54 Duane Mitchell (1982) _____________________54 Michael Holly (1985) ______________________52 Fred Wilburn (1981) _______________________52 Doug Myres (1987) ________________________50

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2006) _________________________17 Aaron Pullin (2003) ________________________17 Bruce Marshall (1976)______________________17 Dillon Gee (2007) _________________________16 Jake Baxter (2005) ________________________16 Roger Lancaster (1997) ____________________16 John Henrickson (1993) ____________________16 Steve Foster (1988) ________________________16 Doug Myres (1987) ________________________16 12 pitchers tied with ______________________15

LOSSES 1. 2. 4.

Name (Year) __________________________ Total Bruce Marshall (1977)______________________10 Dillon Gee (2006) __________________________9 Frank Meyers (1977) ________________________9 Dillon Gee (2007) __________________________8 Dillon Gee (2005) __________________________8 Mike Snapp (2002) _________________________8 Whoa Dill (2000) ___________________________8 Ben Grundhauser (1999) ____________________8 David Sobczak (1998)_______________________8 Roy Miller (1996) __________________________8 David Hicks (1977) _________________________8 John Neinast (1974) ________________________8 Robert Hill (1972) __________________________8

DILLON GEE - Ranks in 14 single-season UTA top 10 record books, including tied for the most starts with 17 during in 2006. He is the only Maverick to rank twice in the top 10 for most starts.

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WALKS

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Mike Snapp (2001-04) __________________** 131 David Sobczak (1996-99) ___________________86 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) _____________________80 Pierce Loveless (1999-2003)_________________77 Chris Gay (1989-92) _______________________62 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) ______________________62 Nathan Long (2006-09) ____________________60 Erik Seiberlich (1997-99) ___________________59 Dillon Gee (2005-07) ______________________58 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) ___________________58

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) __________________182 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ___________________170 Bruce Marshall (1976-77) __________________151 Mike Krieg (1982-85) _____________________148 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) _____________________127 Steve Dearman (1978-80) _________________127 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) __________________120 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) ____________________117 Chris Gay (1989-92) _______________________99 Mike Wyant (1973-74) _____________________98

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

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2005-07) _____________________367 Pierce Loveless (2000-03) __________________337 Nathan Long (2006-09) ___________________334 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) ____________________308 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) _____________________300 Duane Mitchell (1980-83) _________________262 Chris Gay (1989-92) ______________________261 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ___________________234 Mike Snapp (2001-04) ____________________231 Curtis Kouba (1978-81) ___________________227

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RUNS ALLOWED

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) _________________ 2.92 Dennis Vazzi (1974-76) ___________________ 2.95 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) _________________ 3.12 John Neinast (1973-76) __________________ 3.19 Lee Jones (1990-92) _____________________ 3.22 Steve Dearman (1979-82) ________________ 3.28 John Henrickson (1993-94) _______________ 3.34 Mike Snapp (2001-04) ___________________ 3.36 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) __________________ 3.37 Cliff Knowles (1974-76) __________________ 3.39

Total 333.0 298.1 294.2 291.0 288.0 279.2 271.0 268.1 248.0 247.1

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) __________________279 Nathan Long (2006-09) ___________________229 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) __________________225 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ___________________209 Pierce Loveless (1999-2003)________________202 Dillon Gee (2005-07) _____________________198 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) _____________________191 Doug Myres (1986-87) ____________________185 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) ____________________177 John Henrickson (1993-94) ________________172

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

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2005-07) _____________________171 Nathan Long (2006-09) ___________________145 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) _____________________142 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) ____________________133 Mike Krieg (1982-85) _____________________119 Pierce Loveless (2000-03) __________________118 Andy Sauter (2007-09) ____________________113 Scott Sexton (1992-95)____________________112 Chris Gay (1989-92) ______________________111 Othel Young (1984-87) ____________________109

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Name (Years) _________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2005-07) _____________________195 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) _____________________170 Nathan Long (2006-09) ___________________168 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) ____________________164 Pierce Loveless (2000-03) __________________154 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ___________________145 Mike Krieg (1982-85) _____________________144 Scott Sexton (1992-95)____________________138 Chris Gay (1989-92) ______________________138 David Sobczak (1996-99) __________________136 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) __________________136

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED

COMPLETE GAMES Name (Years) _________________________ Total Jeff Burrow (1988-91) ______________________25 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ____________________25 Duane Mitchell (1980-83) __________________22 Doug Myres (1986-87) _____________________20 Bruce Marshall (1976-77) ___________________20 Scott Sexton (1992-95)_____________________18 Steve Foster (1987-88) _____________________18 John Neinast (1973-76) ____________________18 Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) ___________________18 Mark Farrar (1981-84) ______________________17

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HITS ALLOWED

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Jeff Burrow (1988-91) ______________________27 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ____________________27 Duane Mitchell (1980-83) __________________25 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) _____________________24 Mark Farrar (1981-84) ______________________20 Curtis Kouba (1978-81) ____________________20 Chris Gay (1989-92) _______________________19 Steve Foster (1987-88) _____________________19 Doug Myres (1986-87) _____________________18 Steve Dearman (1979-82) __________________18 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) ___________________18

Name (Years) _________________________ Jeff Burrow (1988-91) ___________________ Dillon Gee (2005-07) ___________________ Aaron Pullin (2000-03) __________________ Pierce Loveless (2000-03) ________________ Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) ________________ Duane Mitchell (1980-83) _______________ Nathan Long (2006-09) _________________ Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) ________________ Mike Snapp (2001-04) __________________ Chris Gay (1989-92) ____________________

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SAVES Name (Years) _________________________ Total Mike Snapp (2001-04) ___________________** 23 Jason Watkins (1991-92) ___________________18 David Sobczak (1996-98) ___________________16 Adam Boydston (2008-09) ___________________9 David Rodriguez (1985-86) __________________8 Chris Taylor (2006) _________________________6 Marcus Limon (2008) _______________________5 Jarrett Garza (2001-02)______________________5 Jared Ferrans (2000) ________________________5 Gary Paul (1990) ___________________________5 Steve Dearman (1978-82) ___________________5

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Jeff Burrow (1988-91) ______________________51 Fred Wilburn (1980-83) ____________________44 Dillon Gee (2005-07) ______________________42 Duane Mitchell (1980-83) __________________41 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) ___________________40 Aaron Pullin (2000-03) _____________________39 Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) ___________________38 Nathan Long (2006-09) ____________________37 Scott Sexton (1992-95)_____________________37 Pierce Loveless (2000-03) ___________________37

LOSSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 10.

Name (Years) _________________________ Total Dillon Gee (2005-07) ______________________25 Mike Snapp (2001-04) _____________________20 Lonnie Salyers (1970-73) ___________________17 Nathan Long (2006-09) ____________________16 Jeff Burrow (1988-91) ______________________16 John Neinast (1973-76) ____________________16 Duane Mitchell (1980-83) __________________15 Bruce Marshall (1976-77) ___________________15 Jimmy Stewart (1970-73) ___________________15 Ben Grundhauser (1999-2000) ______________14 ** Southland Conference Record

MIKE SNAPP - His 131 appearances and 23 career saves are UTA and SLC all-time records. Snapp is the Mavericks all-time leader having pitched in 90 victories during his four-year career.

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS HITTING - - - At-Bats

HITTING - - - Home Runs

HITTING FOR THE CYCLE

At-Bats _______________________________________8 B.G. Wilson vs. UTSA (04/28/96) Brian Reagan vs. Baylor (04/04/95)

At-Bats ____________________________________ ** 4 Matt Mize vs. Southeastern Louisiana (03/08/98)

Michael Choice vs. Northwood _______ April 21, 2009 Tripled down LF line in the first; walked in the third; doubled to left center in the fifth; singled to LF in the sixth; homered to left center in the eighth. UTA won 23-7.

HITTING - - - Base Hits

Total Bases ________________________________ ** 17 Matt Mize vs. Southeastern Louisiana (03/08/98)

Base Hits __________________________________ ** 6 Karl Heckendorn vs. Northwestern State (1993)

HITTING - - - Runs Scored Runs Scored ___________________________________5 Daniel Ortmeier vs. Southeastern Louisiana (03/29/02) Michael Kopecky vs. New Mexico (02/28/98) Trey Hillman vs. South Dakota State (03/25/85)

HITTING - - - Doubles

HITTING - - - RBI RBI ________________________________________8 Junior Ramirez vs. McNeese State (03/17/01) Kelly Crosby vs. Iowa State (03/13/00) Jason Smith vs. Texas State (04/10/93)

HITTING - - - Walks Walks _____________________________________ ** 6 Todd Cox vs. Louisiana Tech (04/14/84)

HITTING - - - Sacrifices Sacrifices _____________________________________2 Numerous Times

HITTING - - - Stolen Bases Stolen Bases __________________________________5 Rusty Jones vs. Hardin-Simmons (03/09/79) Rusty Jones vs. Arkansas State (04/15/78)

HITTING - - - Longest Hitting Streak

HITTING - - - Consecutive Hit Streak

Triples________________________________________2 David McLeod vs. McNeese State (04/13/08) Daniel Ortmeier vs. Nicholls (04/08/02) Craig Martin vs. Kansas (02/13/99) Craig Martin vs. Nicholls (04/25/98) Jack Melton vs. Kansas (02/22/97) Marc Manwarren vs. Baylor (04/04/95) Brian Reagan vs. St. Francis (03/08/95) David Abernathy vs. North Dakota State (04/01/81) Randy Thorpe vs. Arkansas State (04/15/78) Rusty Jones vs. North Texas (04/29/78)

Consecutive Plate Appearances __________________9 Chad McBroom (1997)

ANDREW KAINER - Broke the UTA and SLC hitting streak record with a 36-game hit streak in 2009. The previous SLC record was 34 and the school record was 26.

Ian Gutierrez vs. TCU ________________ April 7, 1999 Doubled in the second; singled in the third; homered in the fifth; reached on a fielder’s choice in the seventh; tripled in the ninth; hit by pitch in the 11th. UTA lost 10-8 in 11 innings. Rahn Smith vs. Texas Wesleyan ___February 11, 1998 Homered in the second; tripled in the third; groundout to second in the fourth; singled in the sixth; doubled in the eighth. UTA won 20-8. Clay Gould at Oklahoma State ______ March 10, 1993 Flyout to center in the first; doubled in the third; homered in the fourth; singled in the fifth; tripled in the sixth; singled in the seventh. UTA won 26-13. Karl Heckendorn vs. Nicholls ________ March 7, 1993 Homered in the first; tripled in the second; flyout to center in the fifth; doubled in the sixth; singled in the eighth. UTA won 13-3.

Hitting Streak _______________________ ** 36 games Andrew Kainer (March 7-May 8, 2009)

HITTING - - - Triples

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Kyle Thomason vs. Northwestern State __March 11, 2006 Singled in the first; doubled in the third, tripled in the fourth; homered in the fifth. UTA won 14-1.

Consecutive Official At-Bats _____________________9 Ryan Roberts (2003) John Karant (1996)

PITCHING - - - Innings Pitched Innings Pitched ____________________________ ** 13 David Whisonant vs. Texas Wesleyan (03/05/75)

PITCHING - - - Strikeouts Strikeouts __________________________________ 16 Roger Lancaster vs. UTSA (04/27/97)

MATT MIZE - Set all-time UTA and SLC records with four home runs and 17 total bases in a game at Southeastern Louisiana on March 8, 1998.

NO HITTERS Duane Mitchell at Baylor ______________ March 1, 1983 7 innings - UT Arlington won 1-0 Bob Wingard at Texas Wesleyan _________ April 19, 1978 7 innings - UT Arlington lost 1-2 Dennis Vazzi at Dallas Univ. ____________ April 21, 1975 7 innings - UT Arlington won 9-1 Doug Osterloh vs. Abilene Christian _____ April 23, 1974 7 innings - UT Arlington won 5-0 Lonnie Salyers vs. Southwestern ________ March 5, 1973 7 innings - UT Arlington won 7-0

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Doubles ______________________________________3 Ben Burum vs. McNeese State (04/15/06) Chris Taylor vs. New Mexico State (03/07/03) Jason Severson vs. Oklahoma (04/02/02) Ryan Roberts vs. Oklahoma (04/02/02) Jason Severson vs. Sam Houston State (03/17/02) Craig Martin vs. McNeese State (03/16/01) Billy Martin vs. New Mexico (03/01/98) B.G. Wilson vs. UTSA (04/28/96) Jason Borghese vs. Tarleton State (04/02/96) Jeff Stephens vs. Louisiana-Monroe (03/21/92) John Deller vs. TCU (04/15/87) Todd Hale vs. Louisiana Tech (04/14/84)

HITTING - - - Total Bases

MICHAEL CHOICE - Became the sixth player in UTA history to hit for the cycle going 4-for-4 with three runs and five RBI against Northwood on April 21, 2009.

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Total _____________ .727 ______________ .649 ______________ .647 ______________ .630 ______________ .622 ______________ .609 ______________ .600 ______________ .597 ______________ .593 ______________ .589 ______________

Year ____________ Record 1992 ______________ 40-15 1982 ______________ 37-20 1971 ______________ 22-12 1993 ______________ 34-20 1981 ______________ 38-23 2001 ______________ 39-25 1988 ______________ 33-22 2003 ______________ 37-25 1991 ______________ 32-22 1989 ______________ 33-23

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

BATTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

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Total _____________ .324 ______________ .316 ______________ .313 ______________ .306 ______________ .305 ______________ .305 ______________ .299 ______________ .299 ______________ .298 ______________ .298 ______________

Year ____________ Record 2003 ______________ 37-25 1985 ______________ 35-26 1984 ______________ 30-20 2009 ______________ 30-26 2004 ______________ 32-26 2002 ______________ 29-29 1987 ______________ 32-26 1998 ______________ 20-29 1993 ______________ 34-20 1982 ______________ 37-20

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

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

Total _____________ 715 ______________ 640 ______________ 624 ______________ 612 ______________ 605 ______________ 595 ______________ 592 ______________ 579 ______________ 549 ______________ 515 ______________

Year ____________ Record 2003 ______________ 37-25 1985 ______________ 35-26 2002 ______________ 29-29 1988 ______________ 33-22 1987 ______________ 33-23 2009 ______________ 30-26 1999 ______________ 26-35 2008 ______________ 26-31 1984 ______________ 30-20 2006 ______________ 29-36

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

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

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

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

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

6. 8. 10.

Total _____________ 417 ______________ 345 ______________ 340 ______________ 339 ______________ 327 ______________ 325 ______________ 322 ______________ 322 ______________ 319 ______________ 317 ______________

Year ____________ Record 2003 ______________ 37-25 2009 ______________ 30-26 2002 ______________ 29-29 1985 ______________ 35-26 2008 ______________ 26-31 1988 ______________ 33-22 1999 ______________ 26-35 1993 ______________ 34-20 2006 ______________ 29-36 1987 ______________ 32-26

Total _____________ Year ____________ Record 143 ______________ 1978 ______________ 34-27 142 ______________ 1981 ______________ 38-23 142 ______________ 1980 ______________ 35-25 124 ______________ 1979 ______________ 21-28 114 ______________ 1982 ______________ 37-20 101 ______________ 1976 ______________ 29-21 97 _______________ 1987 ______________ 32-26 95 _______________ 1984 ______________ 30-20 94 _______________ 1974 ______________ 23-28 85 ______________ 3 times

Total _____________ 339 ______________ 327 ______________ 317 ______________ 307 ______________ 302 ______________ 288 ______________ 275 ______________ 263 ______________ 260 ______________ 248 ______________ 248 ______________

Year ____________ Record 1980 ______________ 35-25 1978 ______________ 34-27 1985 ______________ 35-26 1989 ______________ 33-23 1988 ______________ 33-22 1984 ______________ 30-20 1987 ______________ 32-26 1995 ______________ 27-32 1979 ______________ 21-28 1982 ______________ 37-20 1981 ______________ 38-23

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

Total _____________ .515 ______________ .487 ______________ .480 ______________ .465 ______________ .462 ______________ .448 ______________ .444 ______________ .440 ______________ .436 ______________ .429 ______________

Year ____________ Record 1998 ______________ 20-29 2003 ______________ 37-25 1993 ______________ 34-20 1987 ______________ 32-26 1992 ______________ 40-15 1999 ______________ 26-35 2002 ______________ 29-29 2009 ______________ 30-26 2004 ______________ 32-26 1984 ______________ 30-20

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

1. 3. 4.

8. 9.

Year ____________ Record 2005 ______________ 30-26 1993 ______________ 34-20 2009 ______________ 30-26 2006 ______________ 29-36 1991 ______________ 32-22 2000 ______________ 24-30 2002 ______________ 29-29 2004 ______________ 32-26 2008 ______________ 26-31 1995 ______________ 27-32

Year ____________ Record 1992 ______________ 40-15 2001 ______________ 39-25 1981 ______________ 38-23 2003 ______________ 37-25 1982 ______________ 37-20 1985 ______________ 35-26 1980 ______________ 35-25 1993 ______________ 34-20 1978 ______________ 34-27 1989 ______________ 33-23 1988 ______________ 33-22

Total _____________ 2.90 ______________ 3.00 ______________ 3.04 ______________ 3.63 ______________ 3.66 ______________ 3.79 ______________ 3.83 ______________ 3.85 ______________ 3.88 ______________ 3.95 ______________

Year ____________ Record 1973 ______________ 20-17 1972 ______________ 18-25 1971 ______________ 22-12 1976 ______________ 29-21 1974 ______________ 23-28 1992 ______________ 40-15 1980 ______________ 30-23 1981 ______________ 38-23 1970 ______________ 10-18 1978 ______________ 34-27

SAVES 1. 3. 4.

8. 10.

Total _____________ 15 _______________ 15 _______________ 13 _______________ 12 _______________ 12 _______________ 12 _______________ 12 _______________ 10 _______________ 10 _______________ 9 ________________ 9 ________________

Year ____________ Record 2004 ______________ 32-26 1992 ______________ 40-15 2008 ______________ 26-31 2009 ______________ 30-26 2006 ______________ 29-36 2003 ______________ 37-25 2002 ______________ 29-29 1990 ______________ 31-30 1989 ______________ 33-23 2005 ______________ 26-35 1997 ______________ 22-35

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

Total _____________ 410 ______________ 398 ______________ 382 ______________ 380 ______________ 365 ______________ 361 ______________ 346 ______________ 338 ______________ 335 ______________ 334 ______________

Year ____________ Record 2009 ______________ 30-26 1999 ______________ 26-35 2004 ______________ 32-26 2006 ______________ 29-36 1996 ______________ 23-35 2001 ______________ 39-25 1994 ______________ 25-29 2002 ______________ 29-29 1997 ______________ 22-35 2003 ______________ 37-25

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

FIELDING PERCENTAGE Total _____________ .972 ______________ .972 ______________ .971 ______________ .963 ______________ .963 ______________ .963 ______________ .963 ______________ .962 ______________ .961 ______________ .961 ______________

Total _____________ 40 _______________ 39 _______________ 38 _______________ 37 _______________ 37 _______________ 35 _______________ 35 _______________ 34 _______________ 34 _______________ 33 _______________ 33 _______________

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

TRIPLES Total _____________ Year ____________ Record ** 34 _____________ 1981 ______________ 38-23 27 _______________ 1978 ______________ 34-27 26 _______________ 1995 ______________ 27-32 24 _______________ 1998 ______________ 20-29 23 _______________ 1991 ______________ 32-22 23 _______________ 2003 ______________ 37-25 22 _______________ 1993 ______________ 34-20 21 ______________ 5 times

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WALKS

DOUBLES Total _____________ Year ____________ Record 139 ______________ 2003 ______________ 37-25 125 ______________ 2002 ______________ 29-29 123 ______________ 2006 ______________ 29-36 117 ______________ 2004 ______________ 32-26 113 ______________ 2009 ______________ 30-26 113 ______________ 1999 ______________ 26-35 110 ______________ 2008 ______________ 26-31 110 ______________ 2001 ______________ 39-25 106 ______________ 1993 ______________ 34-20 105 _____________ 3 times

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STOLEN BASES

BASE HITS Year ____________ Record 2003 ______________ 37-25 2006 ______________ 29-36 2004 ______________ 32-26 2002 ______________ 29-29 2009 ______________ 30-26 2001 ______________ 39-25 1999 ______________ 26-35 2008 ______________ 26-31 1985 ______________ 35-26 2005 ______________ 26-32

Year ____________ Record 1998 ______________ 20-29 2003 ______________ 37-25 1999 ______________ 26-35 1993 ______________ 34-20 1992 ______________ 40-15 1987 ______________ 32-26 2004 ______________ 32-26 1995 ______________ 27-32 2009 ______________ 30-26 1988 ______________ 33-22 2002 _______________ 29-2

RBI

RUNS Total _____________ 467 ______________ 391 ______________ 381 ______________ 376 ______________ 372 ______________ 370 ______________ 366 ______________ 364 ______________ 359 ______________ 358 ______________

Total _____________ 72 _______________ 58 _______________ 56 _______________ 53 _______________ 46 _______________ 44 _______________ 41 _______________ 40 _______________ 39 _______________ 39 _______________ 39 _______________

Total _____________ ** 35 _____________ 34 _______________ 31 _______________ 29 _______________ 28 _______________ 28 _______________ 27 _______________ 25 _______________ 22 _______________ 21 _______________

Year ____________ Record 1974 ______________ 23-28 1981 ______________ 38-23 1980 ______________ 35-25 1976 ______________ 29-21 1993 ______________ 34-20 1978 ______________ 34-27 1975 ______________ 22-27 1982 ______________ 37-20 1983 ______________ 30-23 1977 ______________ 14-39

SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3.

8. 10.

Total _____________ Year ____________ Record 10 _______________ 1980 ______________ 35-25 8 ________________ 1987 ______________ 32-26 7 ________________ 1992 ______________ 40-15 7 ________________ 1991 ______________ 32-22 7 ________________ 1975 ______________ 22-27 7 ________________ 1974 ______________ 23-28 7 ________________ 1972 ______________ 18-25 6 ________________ 1989 ______________ 33-23 6 ________________ 1984 ______________ 30-20 5 _______________ 5 times ** Southland Conference Record

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WINS OVER TOP-10 NATIONALLY RANKED TEAMS

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHING OVERALL RECORDS

Runs Scored _________________________________ 26 vs. McNeese State (2008) vs. Oklahoma State (1993)

Year Opponent ___________________________ Score

Base Hits ___________________________________ 26 vs. Texas (1996)

2006 at #6 Texas _____________________________ 5-3

Head Coach Years Butch McBroom 1974-99 Jeff Curtis 2002-07 Clay Gould 2000-01 Fred Matthews 1971-73 Darin Thomas 2008-Present Tom Beasley 1969-70

Extra-Base Hits ______________________________ 15 vs. Oklahoma State (1993) vs. Texas State (1993) Doubles ______________________________________9 vs. Stephen F. Austin (1993) vs. TCU (1987) Triples_____________________________________ ** 5 vs. Texas Wesleyan (1998) Home Runs ________________________________ ** 7 vs. Texas State (1993)

2009 vs. #7 Baylor ____________________________ 5-4 2008 vs. #7 Texas A&M _______________________ 16-8 2005 at #9 Texas A&M _________________________ 6-4 2005 at #8 Baylor _____________________________ 9-6 2001 at #6 Arizona State _______________________ 5-3 1994 vs. #6 Oklahoma State ____________________ 6-4 1993 vs. #2 Texas A&M ________________________ 8-6 1993 vs. #8 Oklahoma State __________________ 26-13 1992 at #5 Texas _____________________________ 5-4 1989 at #7 Texas _____________________________ 2-0 1988 vs. #10 Oklahoma ________________________ 5-4 1988 vs. #10 Oklahoma ______________________ 11-10

RBI_________________________________________ 25 vs. Oklahoma State (1993)

1981 at #5 Texas _____________________________ 6-1

Away Record ____________________ 14-10 (1992, 1984) Southland Conference Winning Percentage __.833 (1984) Double Plays ____________________________ 70 (2003) One Run/Extra Inning Games Played ________ 24 (1995) One Run/Extra Inning Record ____________ 16-2 (1992)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Consecutive Wins ________________________ 14 (1992) Consecutive Losses_______________________ 13 (2007) Consecutive Home Wins __________________ 10 (1992) Consecutive Southland Conference Victories __ 10 (1992) 10 (2006) * School Record ** Southland Conference Record

DARIN THOMAS - Defeated eight nationally-ranked teams, including two in the top-10, during his first two seasons as head coach.

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Overall 245-223 81-84 35-27 24-29 23-20 3-17

Pct. .524 .491 .565 .453 .535 .150

1983 at #1 Texas _____________________________ 8-5 1976 vs. #7 Oral Roberts _______________________ 6-4 1976 vs. #7 Oral Roberts _______________________ 5-3 1976 vs. #7 Oral Roberts _______________________ 9-1 1976 at #10 TCU______________________________ 3-0

RECORD IN 1-RUN GAMES 2009 ______________________________________ 6-10 2008 _______________________________________ 9-7 2007 _______________________________________ 5-6 2006 _______________________________________ 4-7 2005 _______________________________________ 7-9 2004 ______________________________________ 9-12 2003 _______________________________________ 2-7 2002 _______________________________________ 5-3 2001 ______________________________________ 12-6 2000 _______________________________________ 6-9 1999 _______________________________________ 5-4 1998 _______________________________________ 4-7 1997 ______________________________________ 10-4 1996 _______________________________________ 5-6 1995 _____________________________________ 10-11 1994 _______________________________________ 8-7 1993 ______________________________________ 10-4 1992 _____________________________________* 14-2 1991 _______________________________________ 8-5 1990 ______________________________________ 11-5 1989 _______________________________________ 5-5 1988 ______________________________________ 12-7 1987 ______________________________________ 5-10 1986 ______________________________________ 15-7 1985 _______________________________________ 8-6 1984 _______________________________________ 5-4 1983 ______________________________________ 13-6 1982 ______________________________________ 13-6 1981 ______________________________________ 12-8 1980 ______________________________________ 10-5 1979 _______________________________________ 4-7 1978 ______________________________________ 7-10 1977 _______________________________________ 6-9 1976 _______________________________________ 6-4 1975 _______________________________________ 8-6 1974 _______________________________________ 7-7 1973 _______________________________________ 8-5 1972 _______________________________________ 7-8 1971 ______________________________________ 11-5 1970 _______________________________________ 4-3 1969 _______________________________________ 1-6 TOTAL ONE-RUN RECORD ________________ 317-265

BUTCH McBROOM - Is the all-time winningest head coach in UTA history with 756 victories in 26 seasons. He led the Mavs to two championships in 1990 and 1992.

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Home Record _________________________ 26-3 (1992)

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHING CONFERENCE RECORDS Head Coach Years Butch McBroom 1974-99 Jeff Curtis 2002-07 Darin Thomas 2008-Present Clay Gould 2000-01 Fred Matthews 1971-73 Tom Beasley 1969-70

1985 at #3 Texas _____________________________ 7-1 1983 at #1 Texas ____________________________ 10-6

Innings Played ______________________________ 16 vs. Sam Houston State (2005) - UTA won 4-2 vs. Baylor (1995) - Baylor won 7-6

Pct. .524 .469 .534 .526 .496 .320

1985 at #3 Texas ___________________________ 14-13

Total Bases __________________________________ 54 vs. Texas State (1993)

Stolen Bases ________________________________ 13 vs. Hardin-Simmons (1971)

Overall 756-686-2 166-188 63-55 60-54 56-57 16-34

KARL HECKENDORN - Was a two-year standout in 19921993. He led UTA to victories over three top-10 teams, including #5 Texas, #8 Oklahoma State and #2 Texas A&M.

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1969 ___________________________ Ronnie Lucas (3B) _______________________________ Brent Skillman (OF) 1970 _____________________________ Joe Massa (OF) _________________________________ Gene Merrell (C) 1971 __________________________ Steve Mitchell (1B) ___________________________________ Ken Clark (OF) ________________________________ Jimmy Stewart (P) 1973 ____________________________ Bill Womack (OF) ______________________________ Lawrence Hicks (OF) ___________________________________ Ken Clark (1B) ________________________________ Lonnie Salyers (P) 1974 _____________________________ Gary Darst (3B) ________________________________ Mark Visosky (OF) 1975 ____________________________ Ron Barnett (OF) 1976 ___________________________ Bruce Marshall (P) ________________________________ Bobby Flores (SS) 1978 ____________________________ Rusty Jones (OF) ____________________________Richard Wilkinson (DH) 1980 __________________________ Steve Dearman (P) _______________________________ Richard Valenta (C) ____________________________Richard Wilkinson (INF) _______________________________ Randy Thorpe (OF) 1981 __________________________ Randy Thorpe (OF) 1982 _______________________________ Ken Rose (C) _______________________________ Roger Piacenti (OF) 1983 ____________________________ Trey Hillman (SS) __________________________________ Todd Hale (INF) _______________________________ Roger Piacenti (OF) _________________________________ Fred Wilburn (P) 1984 ____________________________Trey Hillman (2B) _________________________________ Matt Skinner (C) ___________________________________Todd Hale (3B) _______________________________ Chuck Burnes (OF) 1985 ____________________________Trey Hillman (2B) _________________________________ Matt Skinner (C) __________________________________ Dave Zech (3B) 1986 _____________________________ Doug Myres (P) ________________________________ Jim Hartman (DH) 1988 _____________________________ Steve Foster (P) 1989 _________________________ Gerard Giustino (3B) ______________________________ Howard Prager (OF) _____________________________Lawrence Hanlon (SS) 1990 ________________________Lawrence Hanlon (SS) ____________________________________ Lee Jones (P) _________________________________ Tony Vilaros (OF) 1992 _______________________________ Chris Gay (P) ___________________________________ Tim Krejci (2B) ________________________________ Jeff Stephens (3B) _____________________________Charlie Llewellyn (OF) _____________________________Karl Heckendorn (DH) 1993 ________________________ Karl Heckendorn (2B) __________________________________ Clay Gould (LF) ______________________________ John Henrickson (P) 1998 ____________________________ Billy Martin (DH) ___________________________________ Matt Mize (3B) ___________________________________ Kyle Heine (C) 1999 ______________________________Matt Mize (OF) 2000 ___________________________ Joe Kennedy (SS) 2001 ________________________ Daniel Ortmeier (OF) ________________________________Pierce Loveless (P) 2002 ___________________________ K.J. Hendricks (SS) _____________________________ Daniel Ortmeier (OF) 2003 ___________________________ Ryan Roberts (3B) ________________________________Hunter Pence (OF) 2004 _________________________ Darrell Preston (DH) ________________________________Hunter Pence (OF) ______________________________ Michael Gardner (P) 2006 ____________________________ Adam Moore (C) 2009 __________________________ Matt Otteman (OF) ______________________________ Michael Choice (OF) ______________________________ Andrew Kainer (DH) _________________________________ Nathan Long (P)

1984 ______________________________ Todd Cox (OF) ___________________________________Mark Farrar (P) 1985 ____________________________ James Rains (SS) _________________________________ Greg Farnik (DH) ___________________________________ Mike Holly (P) 1986 ____________________________ James Rains (2B) ______________________________ Stephon Hodge (SS) ______________________________ Rodney Fowler (OF) 1988 _______________________________ Pat Varni (2B) ______________________________ Gerard Giustino (3B) 1989 ______________________________Jeff Burrow (P) 1990 _____________________________ Joe Guidry (OF) _________________________________ John Marek (DH) 1991 ______________________________ Tim Krejci (2B) _____________________________Lawrence Hanlon (SS) ________________________________ Jose Rubiera (OF) 1992 _______________________Doug Durrwachter (SS) 1993 _____________________________ Jason Smith (C) ________________________________ Jeff Stephens (3B) ____________________________Doug Durrwachter (SS) ____________________________ Charlie Llewellyn (DH) 1995 ___________________________ Jason Garrett (1B) __________________________________ B.G. Wilson (2B) 1997 _______________________ Michael Kopecky (DH) 2001 ___________________________ K.J. Hendricks (SS) 2002 _____________________________ Aaron Pullin (P) 2003 ____________________________ Chris Taylor (2B) _________________________________Kasey Baker (DH) __________________________________ Aaron Pullin (P) 2004 _____________________________ Mike Snapp (P) 2005 ______________________________Jake Baxter (P) ______________________________ Nathan Warrick (OF) 2008 _________________________ Michael Choice (OF)

1993 _________________________________Clay Gould 2003 _______________________________Ryan Roberts 2004 ______________________________ Hunter Pence

ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE - THIRD TEAM 2000 ____________________________Craig Martin (2B) _________________________________Kelly Crosby (OF) 2001 ____________________________ Joel Alvarado (C) 2002 ___________________________ Ryan Roberts (3B) __________________________________ Mike Snapp (P) 2003 _________________________ Robby Deevers (OF) __________________________________ Ricky Stover (P) ________________________________ Charlie Coffey (P) 2004 ____________________________ Kasey Baker (OF) 2005 ____________________________Ryan Nelson (1B) 2006 ___________________________ Daniel Rieder (2B) _________________________________ Ben Burum (DH) 2007 ______________________________ Kyle Rudy (SS) 2008 ________________________ Danny Slinkman (DH) 2009 ___________________________Ryan Robinson (P)

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HITTER OF THE YEAR 1985 _______________________________ Trey Hillman 2003 _______________________________Ryan Roberts 2004 ______________________________ Hunter Pence

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1976 1983 1988 1992

_____________________________ Bruce Marshall _______________________________ Fred Wilburn ________________________________Steve Foster __________________________________ Chris Gay

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1986 1989 1992 2002 2006

________________________________Doug Myres ___________________________ Lawrence Hanlon ____________________________ Karl Heckendorn _______________________________Ryan Roberts _______________________________ Adam Moore

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2000 _______________________________Jared Ferrans 2008 _____________________________ Michael Choice

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CLAY GOULD COACH OF THE YEAR 1981 1984 1990 1992

____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________

Butch McBroom Butch McBroom Butch McBroom Butch McBroom

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE BATTING CHAMPION 1971 1973 1984 1985 1991 2003 2004 2009

_________________________ Terry Twomey (.390) ________________________ Lawrence Hicks (.362) _____________________________ Todd Cox (.396) __________________________ Trey Hillman (.442) __________________________ Jose Rubiera (.402) __________________________Ryan Roberts (.422) _________________________ Hunter Pence (.395) _________________________ Matt Otteman (.432)

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ERA CHAMPION 1986 1989 1995 2002

___________________________Doug Myres (2.92) _____________________ Raymond Schuster (3.03) ___________________________Chad Duffer (1.91) __________________________ Aaron Pullin (2.48)

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1993 ________________________ Karl Heckendorn (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)

HUNTER PENCE - Was named the 2004 SLC Player and Hitter of the Year while leading the SLC batting .395 with eight home runs.

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NATIONAL AWARDS/CHAMPIONSHIPS ALL-AMERICANS 1992 _____________________________ Jason Watkins American Baseball Coaches Association 2003 ______________________________ Ryan Roberts Collegiate Baseball Newspaper (2nd Team) CollegeBaseballInsider.com (2nd Team) NCBWA (3rd Team) 2004 _______________________________ Mike Snapp NCBWA (3rd Team) CollegeBaseballInsider.com (Honorable Mention)

Jason Watkins

Ryan Roberts

Mike Snapp

Michael Gardner

Matt Otteman

Michael Choice

2004 ___________________________ Michael Gardner CollegeBaseballInsider.com (Honorable Mention) 2005 ___________________________ Michael Gardner Preseason NCBWA (3rd Team) 2009 _____________________________ Matt Otteman PING! (2nd Team) 2010 ____________________________ Michael Choice Preseason Collegiate Baseball Newspaper (2nd Team) PING! (2nd Team) Preseason NCBWA (3rd Team)

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Michael Choice

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 1976 1980 1995 1996 1996

____________________ Bruce Marshall (2nd Team) ___________________ Richard Valenta (2nd Team) _______________________ B.G. Wilson (2nd Team) _______________________ B.G. Wilson (3rd Team) _______________________John Karant (3rd Team)

Bruce Marshall

Richard Valenta

ABCA South Central All-Region

Golden Spikes Award Nominees

1990 ____________________________ Butch McBroom 2001 _______________________Clay Gould (co-winner)

1993 _________________________________Clay Gould 2003 _______________________________Ryan Roberts

ABCA South Central All-Region 2004 2004 2004 2009 2009 2009

B.G. Wilson

John Karant

Brooks Wallace Preseason Player of the Year Watch List

___________________ Michael Gardner (1st Team) ______________________Hunter Pence (1st Team) _______________________ Mike Snapp (1st Team) _____________________ Matt Otteman (1st Team) _____________________Andrew Kainer (1st Team) ___________________ Michael Choice (2nd Team)

2005 ____________________________ Michael Gardner 2009 _____________________________ Michael Choice

Howard Green SABR Metroplex Collegiate Player of the Year 2004 ______________________________ Hunter Pence 2009 ______________________________ Matt Otteman

NCBWA/Dick Howser Award Nominee 2004 ______________________________ Hunter Pence

MATT OTTEMAN - Was named the 2009 Howard Green SABR Metroplex Collegiate Player of the Year

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP YEARS

1990

- On Sunday, April 29, UTA won both games of a doubleheader against defending SLC champion Sam Houston State. Lee Jones pitched UTA to a 1-0 victory in the first game. The Mavericks then took a 7-1 decision behind the pitching of Jeff Burrows in game two.

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1992

- On Opening Day, Feb. 1, in front of a then-record home crowd of 1,009, the Mavs defeated TCU 4-3, propelling them to a school-record 40 wins and a Southland Conference championship. UTA recorded wins that season against TCU, Texas, Baylor and Oklahoma State.

2001

- After defeating host Lamar twice to capture the Southland Conference Championship, the Mavericks defeated Houston 7-6 on May 26 at the NCAA Regional Tournament. Craig Martin delivered a walk-off home run to give UTA its first NCAA Tournament victory.

2006

- After capturing the Southland Conference Tournament title, the Mavericks traveled to Austin for the NCAA South Central Regional Tournament. On June 3, in front of a national ESPNU audience, UTA lost a 10-inning heartbreaker to North Carolina State, 6-5.

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PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL DRAFT/FREE AGENT SELECTIONS

1973 Lawrence Hicks__ 10th Round __________ Phillies Jimmy Kelly______Free Agent ___________ Royals

1995 Jason Garrett ___ 44th Round __________ Marlins Wess Winn _____ 48th Round __________ Orioles Marc Manwarren _Free Agent ___________ Astros Paul Meador _____Free Agent ____________ Tyler

1974 Gary Darst _______Free Agent __________ Seguin 1976 Ron Barnett_____ 12th Round ___________Padres Mark Visosky _____Free Agent __________ Seguin Bobby Flores _____Free Agent _____Corpus Christi 1978 Jim McCoy ______Free Agent ___________ Royals 1979 Dave Owen _____ 10th Round ____________ Cubs Rusty Jones ______Free Agent ____________ Reds

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1981 Randy Thorpe ___ 22nd Round __________Rangers Curtis Kouba ____ 23rd Round __________Rangers Richard Wilkinson 25th Round __________Rangers Danny Smith ____ 27th Round ___________Pirates Craig Happel _____Free Agent ___________ Astros Paul Robinson____Free Agent ___________ Braves 1982 Curt Culbertson _ 22nd Round ____________ Reds Stan Brewer _____Free Agent __________ Phillies Julio Garcia ______Free Agent ___________Pirates Mike Williams ____Free Agent __________Rangers 1983 Fred Wilburn ____ 20th Round ___________Angels 1985 Matt Skinner ____ 26th Round __________ Orioles Greg Faught _____Free Agent ___________ Expos Trey Hillman _____Free Agent __________ Indians Kraig Luckenbill __Free Agent __________ Indians 1987 Doug Myres ____ 27th Round ____________ Mets Bob Deller _______Free Agent _________ Yankees 1988 Steve Foster ____ 12th Round ____________ Reds Todd Mraz ______ 46th Round __________ Indians Pat Woodruff_____Free Agent ___________ Tigers 1989 Howard Prager ___31st Round ___________ Astros Gerard Giustino __Free Agent __________Rangers Pat Varni ________Free Agent ___________ Miami Greg Stark _______Free Agent ____________ Mets 1990 Paul Paramo _____Free Agent __________Rangers Cody Roberson ___Free Agent ___________ Braves 1991 Larry Hanlon _____ 3rd Round Jeff Burrow ______Free Agent Paul Paramo _____Free Agent Hector Hinojosa __Free Agent Jose Rubiera _____Free Agent

__________Rangers ________ White Sox __________Rangers __________ Laredo ___________Angels

1992 Bruce Pool______ 22nd Round _________ Yankees Chris Gay________Free Agent ________ White Sox Jason Watkins ____Free Agent ________ White Sox 1993 Doug Durrwachter 12 Round _____________ Reds Jason Smith ____ 24th Round __________ Rockies Jason LaPoint ____Free Agent ___________ Expos 1994 Rocky Turner ____ 32nd Round ____________ Mets Jim Cooney ______Free Agent __________Rangers Cody Farr _______Free Agent ____________ Tyler Clay Gould ______Free Agent ____________ Tyler John Henrickson__Free Agent _______ Lethbridge David Upchurch __Free Agent ___________ Royals

1996 Matt Splawn ____ 53rd Round ____________ Mets Shane Davenport _Free Agent ________ Evansville Randy Glaze _____Free Agent _________ Athletics Michael Kuentz ___Free Agent ________Richmond Roy Miller _______Free Agent ________Richmond 1997 Roger Lancaster __Free Agent _________ Blue Jays 1998 Billy Martin _____ 34th Round ____________ Mets Kyle Heine _______Free Agent _________ Yankees Mark Shephard ___Free Agent _________ Yankees Daniel Henderson Free Agent _____Corpus Christi 1999 John Lackey _____2nd Round ___________Angels Cade Sanchez ____21st Round _________ Athletics Matt Mize ______ 30th Round ____________ Mets Chad Ashlock ____Free Agent ___________ Giants 2000 John Paul Davis _ 22nd Round ________ Devil Rays 2001 Joel Alvarado ___ 19th Round __________Brewers Kelly Crosby _____Free Agent _________ Yankees Todd George _____Free Agent ___________ Expos Craig Martin _____Free Agent __________Brewers 2002 Daniel Ortmeier __ 3rd Round ___________ Giants K.J. Hendricks ___ 26th Round __________ Rockies 2003 Ryan Roberts ___ 18th Round _________ Blue Jays Ricky Stover ____ 29th Round __________Brewers Robby Deevers __ 30th Round __________Brewers Dustin Bozarth ___Free Agent ___________ Giants Aaron Pullin _____Free Agent ___________Angels 2004 Hunter Pence ____2nd Round Mark Lowe ______ 5th Round Derek Brehm_____Free Agent Mike Snapp______Free Agent

___________ Astros _________ Mariners ________ Devil Rays __________Red Sox

2005 Jake Baxter _____ 25th Round ___________ Tigers Grant Varnell ____ 25th Round ___________Padres Nathan Warrick __ 34th Round ___________ Astros Michael Gardner __Free Agent _________ Dodgers Brett Lewis ______Free Agent __________Red Sox 2006 Adam Moore_____ 6th Round _________ Mariners Ryan Riddle______Free Agent _________Cardinals Jeremiah Haar ___Free Agent __________Rangers 2007 Dillon Gee _______21st Round ____________ Mets Matt Sartor ______Free Agent _________ Dodgers 2009 Nathan Long ____ 26th Round _________ Athletics Rett Varner _____ 34th Round ____________ Cubs Andy Sauter _____Free Agent __________Brewers Matt Otteman ____Free Agent _________ Mariners Andrew Kainer ___Free Agent __________ Marlins Tim Steggall _____Free Agent __________Rangers

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6-4 ● 230 ● RHP ● S/L ● Born: 5/11/1981 ● Arlington, Texas ● Lewisville H.S. Drafted (Signed): San Francisco - 3rd Round (2002) ● See Major League Stats (Pg. 19) Year 2002 (SF A) 2003 (SF A+) 2004 (SF AA) 2005 (SF AA) 2006 (SF AA/AAA) 2007 (SF AAA) 2008 (SF AA/AAA) 2009 (COL AAA) Career Minors

AVG .293 .304 .252 .274 .247 .262 .190 .295 .271

GP 49 115 106 135 115 79 36 122 757

AB 195 408 377 503 429 305 126 431 2774

R 32 62 55 85 54 39 13 59 399

H 57 124 95 138 106 80 24 127 751

2B 9 32 23 23 23 19 4 17 150

3B 1 6 6 6 4 1 0 5 29

HR 5 8 10 20 8 10 1 7 70

RBI 31 56 48 79 44 54 9 73 395

SLG .426 .471 .424 .463 .375 .430 .278 .406 .421

BB 18 39 47 48 33 27 5 51 273

TB 83 192 160 233 161 131 27 175 1169

SO 37 89 110 115 78 63 21 92 620

OBA .352 .378 .352 .360 .307 .333 .245 .373 .348

SB-ATT 3-3 13-19 18-20 35-47 15-25 16-18 4-5 11-16 116-154

ER 17 50 22 89

HR 1 7 5 13

HBP 6 10 5 21

BB 9 24 16 49

SO 56 114 42 212

ER 7 31 34 72

HR 3 7 7 17

HBP 1 0 1 2

BB 5 24 28 57

SO 25 106 76 207

HBP 2 2

BB 14 14

SO 25 25

HR 1 1

HBP 3 3

BB 2 2

SO 22 22

HR 0 0

HBP 1 1

BB 5 5

SO 28 28

HBP 0 0

BB 8 8

SO 10 10

AWARDS/HONORS: - 9/5/2005: Eastern League Post-Season All-Star - 7/13/2005: Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star

DILLON GEE

6-1 ● 195 ● RHP ● R/R ● Born: 4/28/1986 ● Cleburne, Texas ● Cleburne H.S. Drafted (Signed): New York Mets - 21st Round (2007) GS 11 25 9 45

W-L 3-1 10-6 1-3 14-10

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

ERA 2.47 2.92 4.10 3.03

CG 0 0 1 1

SHO 0 0 0 0

IP 62.0 154.1 48.1 264.2

H 57 135 47 239

R 17 53 22 92

AWARDS/HONORS: - 1/9/2009: Puerto Rican Winter League Pitcher of the Year - 1/9/2009: Puerto Rican Winter League Post-Season All-Star - 6/14/2008: Florida State League Mid-Season All-Star

MATT SARTOR

6-6 ● 250 ● RHP ● R/R ● Born: 8/18/1984 ● Irving, Texas ● Irving H.S. Drafted (Signed): Los Angeles Dodgers -Free Agent (2007) Year 2007 (LAD RK) 2008 (LAD A/A) 2009 (LAD AA) Career

App 10 45 49 104

GS 0 0 0 0

W-L 0-1 8-5 4-6 12-12

SV-SVO 2-2 5-5 11-11 18-18

ERA 3.44 3.12 4.27 3.61

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0

IP 18.1 89.1 71.2 179.1

H 10 78 65 153

R 8 38 39 85

AWARDS/HONORS: - 7/13/2009: Southern League All-Star

NATHAN LONG

6-2 ● 210 ● RHP ● R/R ● Born: 2/9/1986 ● Fort Worth, Texas ● All Saints Episcopal H.S. ● Oklahoma Drafted (Signed): Oakland Athletics -26th Round (2009) Year 2009 (OAK A-ss) Career

App 22 22

GS 0 0

W-L 1-2 1-2

SV-SVO 0-0 0-0

ERA 6.69 6.69

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

IP 36.1 36.1

H 45 45

R 31 31

ER 27 27

HR 5 5

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ANDY SAUTER

6-1 ● 190 ● RHP ● R/R ● Born: 7/15/1986 ● Arlington, Texas ● Arlington H.S. ● Lon Morris College Drafted (Signed): Milwaukee Brewers -Free Agent (2009) Year 2009 (MIL RK) Career

App 9 9

GS 0 0

W-L 1-0 1-0

SV-SVO 3-3 3-3

ERA 2.93 2.93

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

IP 15.1 15.1

H 14 14

R 6 6

ER 5 5

MATT OTTEMAN

6-1 ● 210 ● RHP ● R/R ● Born: 11/2/1986 ● Lockport, Ill. ● Lockport Township H.S. Drafted (Signed): Seattle Mariners -Free Agent (2009) Year 2009 (SEA RK) Career

App 16 16

GS 0 0

W-L 0-1 0-1

SV-SVO 1-1 1-1

ERA 1.88 1.88

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

IP 24.0 24.0

H 22 22

R 7 7

ER 5 5

ANDREW KAINER

6-1 ● 215 ● LHP ● R/R ● Born: 8/22/1986 ● Conroe, Texas ● Conroe H.S. ● Angelina College Drafted (Signed): Florida Marlins -Free Agent (2009) Year 2009 (FLA RK) Career

App 7 7

GS 0 0

W-L 1-0 1-0

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SV-SVO 0-0 0-0

ERA 4.00 4.00

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

IP 9.0 9.0

H 5 5

R 4 4

ER 4 4

HR 0 0

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30 Butch McBroom February 5, 2000

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The first number retired by the UT Arlington baseball program was the No. 30 belonging to longtime head coach Marvin “Butch” McBroom. McBroom was associated with The University of Texas at Arlington’s baseball team longer than anyone in the history of the program. The team’s head coach from 1974-1999, McBroom won two Southland Conference championships and took his team to the NCAA Regional in 1990 and 1992. McBroom roamed the Mavericks dugout for 26 of his 33 year coaching career, winning 756 games. Among the honors McBroom received during his distinguished career were NCAA South Central Region Coach of the Year in 1990 and four SLC Coach of the Year awards. He posted 14 consecutive 30-plus win seasons (1980-1993) and helped produce 65 players who moved on to the professional ranks, 48 who became coaches and 46 who earned All-SLC honors in a UT Arlington uniform. Over the course of his collegiate coaching career, which also included two years at Union (Tenn.) University, McBroom won 804 games. McBroom also spent five years coaching in the high school ranks. The former Baylor graduate standout catcher was inducted into the UT Arlington Athletic Hall of Honor on Sept. 25, 2004.

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Clay Gould

February, 17, 2002

Clay Gould’s jersey No. 8 joined the number of his former coach, Butch McBroom, on the outfield wall at Allan Saxe Stadium (now Clay Gould Ballpark) on Feb. 17, 2002. A former Mavericks player and head coach, Gould won championships in both capacities. As a player, Gould was the Southland Conference Player of the Year in 1993 and was nominated for USA Baseball’s Golden Spikes Award, presented yearly to the nation’s most outstanding player. He led the Mavericks to NCAA Regional appearances as a player in 1990 and 1992. Gould was an assistant coach at UT Arlington from 1997-1999, before being named the school’s fourth head coach in 2000. His 2001 Mavericks won the Southland Conference Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Regional, making Gould the only member of all three of UT Arlington’s regional teams. He was named Co-Coach of the Year in the South Central Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association in 2001. Gould passed away on June 23, 2001, after a courageous battle with cancer, but his memory lives on in the hearts of all who knew him.

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The 17th Annual Baseball Alumni Golf Tournament was held Friday, Oct. 2, 2009, at Tangle Ridge Golf Club (Grand Prairie, Texas). Sixty former Maverick baseball players participated in the event. Tournament champions were Gary Paul (1990), Tim Fiene, Roy Miller (1995-96) and Shane Currin (1989-91) with a team score of 52. Special thanks goes to Alumni Club President Jeff Burrow (1988-91), and to co-sponsors Bruce Kelley (1978-80), Danny Smith (1978-81) and Michael Kuentz (1996).

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The 27th Annual Baseball Game was held Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009, at Clay Gould Ballpark on the campus of UT Arlington. Fifty former Mavericks participated in the alumni game. Many UT Arlington alums traveled far distances to attend the 27th annual alumni weekend, but nobody logged more miles than Jason Lewis (1997-98) who traveled 1,354 miles to Arlington from Coral Springs, Fla.

B.G. Wilson Most Valuable Player - Craig Martin (1998-01)

Bruce Marshall Most Outstanding Pitcher - Greg Farnik (1985-86)

Doug Myres Fastest Pitch - Jarrett Garza 87 MPH (2001-02)

Clay Gould Home Run Derby Champion - Craig Martin (1998-01)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A David Abernathy ______________ 1981 Jim Abt ____________________ 1969-70 Joel Alvarado _________________ 2001 Eric Ames ____________________ 1999 Matt Anderson _________ 1999-2000-01 Robert Anguiano ______________ 1996 Lindsey Armstrong _____________ 1985 Chad Ashlock _________________ 1999 Rene Asprion _______________ 1993-94 Sam Austin _________________ 1991-92 Cary Avants ___________________ 2004 Jamie Ayala ___________________ 1985

B

C Ruben Camacho _____________ 1995-96 Kendall Carrillo ________________ 2007 Todd Carruthers _____________ 1987-88 Terry Caruthers ________________ 1970 Al Carter _____________________ 1969 Erik Cartmill __________________ 2006 Derek Cheatham_______________ 1993 Michael Choice ______________ 2008-09 Ken Clark ________________ 1971-72-73 John Cleaveland _______________ 2007 Drew Clementz ______________ 2008-09 Pat Cleveland _______________ 1987-88 Austin Coan __________________ 2007 Charlie Coffey ____________ 2001-02-03 Ashley Colburn ________________ 1997 Chad Comer ________________ 2008-09 Josh Condon __________________ 2003 Aaron Cook ___________________ 2004 Jim Cooney _________________ 1993-94 Keith Coover __________ 1981-82-83-84 Randy Cornejo ________________ 2006 Ron Cox ______________________ 1975 Todd Cox ________________ 1983-84-85 Kelly Crosby ______________1999-2000 Curt Culbertson __________ 1980-81-82 Shane Currin _____________ 1989-90-91 Ricky Cyr _____________________ 1976

D Gary Darst __________________ 1983-84 Shane Davenport ____________ 1993-94 John Paul Davis_________ 1998-99-2000

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E Duane Easterling ____________ 1977-78 Ty Edelen_____________________ 1999 Jeff Edlefsen ________________ 2008-09 Brandon Endsley_______ 2006-07-08-09 Dave Engelson ______________ 2001-02 Travis Erard _________________ 1997-98 Charlie Everett ________________ 1981

F Steve Fairbanks ________________ 1992 Dillon Farish ________________ 2004-05 Greg Farnik _________________ 1985-86 Cody Farr ___________________ 1993-94 Mark Farrar ___________ 1981-82-83-84 Wayne Farrar __________________ 1975 Lyle Fattig __________________ 1997-98 Clint Faught _____________ 2000, 2002 Greg Faught __________________ 1985 Jared Ferrans__________________ 2000 Jerry Fisher ___________________ 2006 Bobby Flores __________ 1973-74-75-76 Shawn Floyd ________________ 1997-98 Ryan Foley____________________ 2000 John Ford _______________ 1981-82-83 Steve Foster ________________ 1987-88 Rodney Fowler ___________ 1985-86-87 Robert Frusha _________________ 1974 Henery Fulkerson ____________ 1969-70

G Kyle Gainley __________________ 2006 Don Gaither __________________ 1981 Julio Garcia ___________________ 1982 Michael Gardner __________ 2003-04-05 Collin Garner __________ 2006-07-08-09 Jason Garrett________________ 1994-95 Jarrett Garza ________________ 2001-02 Javier Garza_________________ 1983-84 Michael Garza _______________ 2003-04 Chris Gay _____________ 1989-90-91-92 Dillon Gee _______________ 2005-06-07 Todd George __________________ 2000 Gerard Giustino _____________ 1988-89 Randy Glaze ________________ 1995-96 Roland Gonzalez _____________ 1985-86 Clay Gould ___________ 1990-91-92-93 Calvin Gray ___________________ 1982 A.C. Greaves __________________ 2001 Ronnie Green _______________ 1969-70 Steffan Guest _________________ 2008 Joe Guidry _______________ 1989-90-91 Ben Grundhauser __________1999-2000 Harvey Guthrey___________ 1969, 1972 Ian Gutierrez ________________ 1998-99

H Jeremiah Haar _________________ 2005 Todd Hale __________________ 1983-84 Lawrence Hanlon _________ 1989-90-91 Craig Happel ________________ 1980-81 R.J. Harris _____________________ 2007 Jim Hartman _____________ 1986-87-88 Darrell Harton _________________ 1983 Karl Heckendorn _____________ 1992-93 Kyle Heine __________________ 1997-98 Daniel Henderson______________ 1997

K.J. Hendricks _______________ 2001-02 John Henrickson _____________ 1993-94 J.T. Herak _____________________ 1999 Alan Herrman _______________ 2001-03 Larry Hess ____________________ 1987 David Hicks _________________ 1977-78 Lawrence Hicks ______________ 1972-73 Courtney Hill __________________ 2000 Robert Hill ____________ 1970-71-72-73 Trey Hillman __________ 1982-83-84-85 Barry Hilton _________________ 1975-76 Hector Hinojosa ________ 1988, 1990-91 Stephon Hodges_____________ 1986-87 Johnny Hodges________________ 1972 Paul Hoelscher ________________ 1988 Michael Holly _______________ 1985-86 Blake Holt __________________ 2008-09 Trey Holt ___________________ 1977-78 George Honsaker ____________ 1995-96 Allan Hough _____________ 1976-77-78 Derek Howell _________________ 1989 Mark Howell __________________ 1986 Brent Hughes _________________ 1994 Mike Hurd ____________________ 2000

J Aaron Jackson_________________ 2001 Jerald Jackson _________________ 1986 Craig Jennings ________ 1982-83-84-85 Josh Jezek __________________ 2000-01 Scott Johnston ________________ 1982 Lee Jones _______________ 1990, 1992 Rusty Jones _________________ 1978-79

K Andrew Kainer ______________ 2008-09 John Karant _________________ 1995-96 Bruce Kelley ________________ 1978-80 Jimmy Kelley __________ 1970-71-72-73 Louis Kelly ____________________ 1985 Joe Kennedy ______________1999-2000 Brent Kinman ____________ 1977, 1979 Cliff Knowles _____________ 1974-75-76 Michael Kopecky ____________ 1997-98 Curtis Kouba __________ 1978-79-80-81 Tim Krejci __________________ 1991-92 Mike Krieg ____________ 1982-83-84-85 Michael Kuentz ________________ 1996 Terry Kunkel __________________ 1978 Eric Kunz _____________________ 1992

L John Lackey __________________ 1998 Micah Ladd ___________________ 2001 Norman Lampkins _____________ 1980 Roger Lancaster _____________ 1996-97 Jason LaPoint __________ 1990-91, 1993 Ed LeBoeuf _________________ 1988-89 Daniel Lenihan ______________ 2003-04 Brett Lewis _________________ 2004-05 Jason Lewis _________________ 1997-98 Marcus Limon _________________ 2008 Matt Lindenmeyer _____________ 2002 Mike Linke __________________ 1976-77 Tim Linville ___________________ 1997 Charlie Llewellyn ______ 1990-91-92-93 Nathan Long __________ 2006-07-08-09 Mark Lowe ______________ 2002, 2004 Pierce Loveless ________ 2000-01-02-03 Ronnie Lucas__________________ 1969 Kraig Luckenbill _______________ 1985

M Daniel Macha _______________ 2004-05 Pat Malone ___________________ 1999 Marc Manwarren ______________ 1995 John Marek ___________________ 1990 Bruce Marshall ______________ 1976-77 Tripp Marston _______________ 1982-83 Billy Martin ___________ 1995-96-97-98 Craig Martin ________ 1998-99-2000-01 Ryan Martin __________ 2006-07-08-09

Joe Massa ____________ 1969-70-71-72 David Masters _________________ 2007 Scott Maynard ______________ 1983-84 Brad Maxwell _________________ 1996 Chad McBroom ___________ 1995-96-97 Robert McCallum _________ 1982-83-84 Bill McConnell _________________ 1974 Jim McCoy__________________ 1977-78 Preston McCoy ______________ 2008-09 Randy McDonald ______________ 1981 Sandy McGee _________________ 1969 Tim McJilton __________ 1978-79-80-81 David McLeod _________ 2005-06-07-08 Keith McMahen _______________ 1993 Justin McPherson ____________ 2008-09 Josh McSpadden ____________ 2004-05 Paul Meador __________________ 1994 Mark Medina ________________ 1978-79 Mike Meek__________________ 1984-85 Jack Melton ______________ 1995-96-97 Shawn Menke _________________ 2002 Wade Mensing ______________ 1992-93 Don Meredith _______________ 1991-92 Gene Merrell ________________ 1969-70 Mark Merrill______________ 1973-74-75 Richard Messer ________________ 1985 Frank Meyers________________ 1976-77 Rob Michelson ________________ 1976 Mike Miller ___________________ 1987 Roy Miller __________________ 1995-96 Tim Miller __________________ 2001-02 Chris Minissale ______________ 2001-02 T.K. Minzak ___________________ 1996 Duane Mitchell ________ 1980-81-82-83 Jason Mitchell _________________ 2009 Steve Mitchell ____________ 1970-71-72 David Mitteis __________________ 1993 Matt Mize __________________ 1998-99 John Mocek___________ 1974-75-76-77 Adam Moore __________________ 2006 Ricky Dan Moore ____________ 1977-78 Jesus Morillo ________________ 2001-02 Chris Mosley __________________ 1986 Todd Mraz _______________ 1986-87-88 Danny Murray _________________ 1986 Doug Myres ________________ 1986-87

N John Neinast __________ 1973-74-75-76 Cary Nelson___________________ 2005 Ryan Nelson ________________ 2004-05 Levi Ness ___________________ 2000-01 David Newby _______________ 2006-07 Joe Newman __________________ 2005 Robbie Nicholson ____________ 1997-98 Jeff Nollen __________________ 2007-08

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Paul Banas __________________ 1985-86 Kasey Baker _________________ 2003-04 Ron Barnett ______________ 1974-75-76 Aaron Batlle _____________ 2003-04-05 Justin Batson________________ 1996-97 Jake Baxter _________________ 2004-05 David Beal ____________________ 1972 Gary Bearden ____________ 1972-73-74 Mike Benavidez _____________ 1994-95 Randy Bench __________ 1977-87-79-80 Mike Bird _____________________ 1986 Robin Black _________________ 1976-77 Larry Bolster _____________ 1971-72-73 Jason Borghese________________ 1996 Adam Boydston _____________ 2008-09 Dustin Bozarth ______________ 2002-03 Mike Bradley __________________ 1999 B.J. Brandenberger ___________ 2002-03 Derek Brehm ________________ 2003-04 Stan Brewer______________ 1980-81-82 Austin Bridges_________________ 2006 Paul Bruder _________________ 2003-04 Creighton Bryan _______________ 2000 Bobby Brown _________________ 1990 Wade Burton __________________ 1998 Tracey Bullard _______________ 1982-83 Jack Burgess ________________ 1974-75 Chuck Burnes _________ 1981-82-83-84 P.J. Burns _____________________ 2007 Jeff Burrow ___________ 1988-89-90-91 Ben Burum _________________ 2006-07 Adam Bush ___________________ 1999 Pat Bush _____________________ 1997

Ryan Davis _________________ 2008-09 Steve Dearman ___________ 1978-79-80 Tim Deery ____________________ 1987 Robby Deevers ______________ 2002-03 John Deller ___________ 1986-87-88-89 Wes Detwiler ________________ 2002-03 Whoa Dill______________ 1998-99-2000 Jay Dixon_____________________ 1995 Brad Dodge _________________ 1991-92 Robert Don _________________ 1977-78 Eamonn Donovan____________ 2007-08 Matt Dunn__________________ 2008-09 Chad Duffer_________________ 1995-96 Doug Durrwachter ________ 1991-92-93

O Chris Olson ___________________ 1996 Daniel Ortmeier __________ 2000-01-02 Doug Osterloh ______________ 1974-75 Matt Otteman _________ 2006-07-08-09 Mark Otto ____________________ 1985 Dave Owen ______________ 1977-78-79

P Dennis Padgett ________________ 1974 Mike Palazzini _______________ 1974-75 Paul Paramo ________________ 1989-90 Doug Patty ___________________ 1994 Gary Paul _____________________ 1990 Hunter Pence _______________ 2003-04 Roger Piacenti_______________ 1982-83 Mark Picca __________________ 2008-09 Blake Pierson ____________ 2003-04-05 Jay Pitschka_________________ 2008-09 Bruce Pool __________________ 1991-92 Ken Porterfield ________________ 1994 Marc Poss __________________ 1974-75 Chris Powell __________________ 1976 Howard Prager ________ 1986-87-88-89 Bill Pratt ______________________ 1978

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Darrell Preston ________ 2001-02-03-04 Chad Price __________________ 2008-09 Josh Prince ___________________ 1995 Melvin Pugh __________________ 1974 Chris Pulido _________________ 1994-95 Aaron Pullin __________ 2000-01-02-03 Mitch Putman ____________ 2007-08-09

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R Leo Radkowski ________________ 2007 James Rains___________ 1984-85-86-87 Evan Raley __________________ 2008-09 Junior Ramirez ________________ 2001 Brian Reagan_____________ 1988-89-90 Craig Rich ____________________ 1994 Ryan Riddle ___________________ 2006 Daniel Rieder _______________ 2006-07 Chris Roberts _________________ 1995 Ryan Roberts________________ 2002-03 Paul Robinson _______________ 1980-81 Ryan Robinson ______________ 2008-09 Jeff Rodgers __________________ 1980 David Rodriguez _____________ 1985-86 Price Rogers __________________ 1996 Keith Romere _________________ 1979 Ken Rose _____________ 1981-82-83-84 William Rose _____________ 1990-91-92 Steve Roznos__________________ 1985 Jose Rubiera ________________ 1990-91 Roy Rudewick _________________ 1987 Kyle Rudy __________________ 2006-07 Dane Ryan__________________ 2004-05

S Shain Sackett _______________ 1989-90 Lonnie Salyers _________ 1970-71-72-73 Cade Sanchez _______________ 1998-99 Matthew Sartor______________ 2006-07 John Sauerhage _______________ 1983 Andy Sauter _____________ 2007-08-09 Dave Scallan __________________ 1991 Raymond Schuster ________ 1987-88-89 Erik Seiberlich ____________ 1997-98-99 Jason Severson ______________ 2001-02 Scott Sexton ___________ 1992-93, 1995 Mark Shephard ______________ 1997-98 Jimmy Shewmake_______ 1973-74, 1976 Randy Shipman _______________ 1985 Mark Shoop _____________ 1987, 1989 Rob Siek _____________________ 1975 Colt Simon ___________________ 2007 Bobby Sims ______________ 1970-71-72 Dan Sims ___________________ 1996-97 James Sinor ___________________ 1994 Brent Skillman_________ 1969-70-71-72 Matt Skinner ________________ 1984-85 Danny Slinkman __________ 2006-07-08 Danny Smith __________ 1978-79-80-81 Dewitt Smith __________________ 2000 James Smith __________________ 2006 Jason Smith____________ 1990, 1992-93 Kyle Smith __________________ 1990-91 Rahn Smith ______________ 1996-97-98 Mike Snapp ___________ 2001-02-03-04 David Sobczak ________ 1996-97-98-99 Mike Spain ___________________ 1969 Matt Splawn ________________ 1995-96 Tim Steggall __________________ 2009 Jeff Stephens _________ 1990-91-92-93 Justin Stevens _______________ 2005-06 Jimmy Stewart ________ 1970-71-72-73 Jeff Storms _________________ 2008-09 Paul Stovall ___________________ 1995 Ricky Stover __________________ 2003 Steve Sullivan _______________ 1983-84 Garry Sutherland ____________ 1975-76 Greg Sutphin _________________ 1982 Jeff Swope__________________ 1981-82

T Brian Tambone ________________ 1995 Chris Taylor _________________ 2006-07

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Chris Taylor ___________________ 2003 Jerald Templin_________________ 1974 Ken Thomas __________________ 1996 Kyle Thomason ______________ 2005-06 Randy Thorpe _________ 1978-79-80-81 Judd Thrower _________________ 1999 Todd Toomer __________________ 1992 Victor Toro ____________________ 1980 Ricky Trussell ________________ 1980-81 Jimmy Turner _________________ 1973 Ricky Turner _____________ 1978-79-80 Rocky Turner ________________ 1993-94 Terry Twomey _______________ 1970-71

41st Year of UTA Baseball Who/When was the First?

1st Game _ 3/4/1969, at Tarleton State (L, 4-2) 1st Batter _____________ Larry Duke (CF) 1st Pitcher _____________ Jim Abt (RHP) 1st Hit _________________ Al Carter (RF) 1st Run _______________ Joe Massa (2B) 1st RBI ____________ Brent Skillman (SS) 1st Win ___ 03/11/69, 5-2 vs. Dallas Univ. 1st WP _________ Henry Fulkerson (LHP)

U David Upchurch _______________ 1994 Mike Ulring ___________________ 1990

V Ernie Valamides _____________ 1978-79 Richard Valenta ________ 1977-78-79-80 Grant Varnell ________________ 2004-05 Rett Varner _________________ 2008-09 Pat Varni _____________ 1986-87-88-89 Jordan Vaughn ________________ 2009 Dennis Vazzi _____________ 1974-75-76 Tony Vilaros _________________ 1989-90 Jorge Villalba__________________ 1981 Mark Visosky __________ 1973-74-75-76

W Mark Wade _________________ 1978-79 Joe Wakeland _______________ 1974-75 Gary Walker _________________ 1978-79 Nathan Warrick ________________ 2005 Jason Watkins _______________ 1991-92 Steve Watkins _________________ 1969 Brandon Watson _____________ 2001-02 Brian Watson ________________ 2008-09 Gene Watson__________________ 1990 Matt Webb ___________ 1987-88-89-90 Brad Weber _________________ 1989-90 Boomer Welles ________________ 2005 Josh Westrom _________________ 1995 David Whisonant ____________ 1975-76 Mike White ______________ 1976-77-78 Wes White __________________ 1970-71 Jay Wiederhold ______________ 1979-80 Fred Wilburn __________ 1980-81-82-83 Richard Wilkinson ______ 1977-78-79-80 Scott Williams __________ 2002-03, 2005 Terry Williams _________________ 1980 Ted Williams __________________ 1984 B.G. Wilson ___________ 1993-94-95-96 Brock Wilson __________ 2005-06-07-08 Tony Wilson ___________ 1969-70-71-72 Bob Wingard ________________ 1978-79 Robby Winn __________________ 2006 Wess Winn __________________ 1994-95 Billy Womack_____________ 1972-73-74 Brett Wood ___________________ 1999 Pat Woodruff ________________ 1987-88 Barry Worden _________________ 1969 Eric Wright ___________________ 2009 Mike Wyant _________________ 1973-74

What a Game! On Sunday, March 8, 1998, in Hammond, La., third baseman Matt Mize led UT Arlington to a 13-11 victory over Southeastern Louisiana. Mize went 5-for-5, hitting four home runs and collected seven RBI. His 17 total bases and four homers in a single game remain UT Arlington and Southland Conference all-time records.

What an Inning! On Sunday, April 10, 1993, in San Marcos, Texas, UTA exploded for 12 runs in the first inning on its way to a 22-7 victory against Texas State (then Southwest Texas State). The Mavericks pounded out five home runs, two doubles and three singles - the 27 total bases was sixth in NCAA history. Catcher Jason Smith proved to be the leader of the record-breaking crew with two homers in the inning.

COLLIN GARNER What a Weekend! The Mavericks opened the 1985 season the weekend of Feb. 16-17, in Austin against the No. 1 nationally-ranked Texas Longhorns. Mavericks third-baseman Dave Zech led UT Arlington to 14-13 and 7-1 victories during the four-game series. Zech finished with four home runs, two doubles and 12 RBI in the series.

Maverick Quick Hits 1,000 and counting... 1,000th Game _ 2/28/89, W, 12-7, at Hardin-Simmons 1,000th Win __2/27/05, 12-2, vs. UT Pan American 1,000th Home Game _ 4/23/06, W, 5-3 vs. UTSA

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Y David York _______________ 1970-71-72 Othel Young ___________ 1984, 1986-87

Z Chet Zachry __________________ 1994 Dave Zech ____________________ 1985 Ted Zeigler ___________________ 1989 Bold indicates returning letterwinners

BRANDON ENDSLEY

These Mavericks Were Winners Most Games Played in, won by UTA - Jeff Stephens (1990-93) __ 136 victories - Darrell Preston (2001-04) _ 131 victories Most Games Pitched in, won by UTA - Michael Snapp (2001-04) __ 90 victories - Aaron Pullin (2000-03) ____ 55 victories Most Wins in a Maverick Uniform - Butch McBroom (27 years) _ 756 victories - John Mocek (18 years) ___ 532 victories

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The University of Texas at Arlington Cary Courtwright Scholarship The Cary Courtwright scholarship was introduced in the 2000-01 academic year. Established in honor of the late Cary Courtwright, who had so generously given to the UT Arlington baseball program for many years, by Mr. Courtwright’s family, the scholarship funds one scholarship for the Mavericks baseball squad each year.

Scholarship Winners

2000-01 Recipient__________________________________ Darrell Preston 2001-02 Recipient__________________________________ Darrell Preston 2002-03 Recipient__________________________________ Darrell Preston 2003-04 Recipient__________________________________ Darrell Preston 2004-05 Recipient_____________________________________ Dane Ryan 2005-06 Recipient______________________________ Jonathan Gutierrez 2006-07 Recipient___________________________________ David Newby 2007-08 Recipient____________________________________ Ryan Martin 2008-09 Recipient_________________________________ Adam Boydston 2009-10 Recipient__________________________________Shane Hopkins

Scholarship Winners

2000-01 Recipient___________________________________K.J. Hendricks 2001-02 Recipient___________________________________K.J. Hendricks 2002-03 Recipient_________________________________ Robby Deevers 2003-04 Recipient____________________________________ Aaron Batlle 2004-05 Recipient________________________________ Michael Gardner 2005-06 Recipient_________________________________ Kyle Thomason 2006-07 Recipient___________________________________ Brock Wilson 2007-08 Recipient________________________________ Danny Slinkman 2008-09 Recipient_____________________________________ Rett Varner 2009-10 Recipient__________________________________ Jason Mitchell Wayne M. Wade Scholarship The Wayne M. Wade Academic/Athletic Endowed Baseball Scholarship was introduced in the 2004-05 academic year. Established in honor of the late Wayne M. Wade, who was a longtime baseball fan, World War II veteran and worked many years as the manager of Arlington Stadium, former home of the Texas Rangers. The student-athlete must have completed at least 30 hours of course work and maintained a 3.0 grade-point average. The scholarship donor is Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wade, a former pitcher for UT Arlington in the late 1970s and son of the late Mr. Wade.

Scholarship Winners

2004-05 Recipient________________________________ Josh McSpadden 2005-06 Recipient__________________________________ David McLeod 2006-07 Recipient___________________________________ Collin Garner 2007-08 Recipient___________________________________ Collin Garner 2008-09 Recipient_____________________________________ Mark Picca 2009-10 Recipient___________________________________ Steffan Guest

Scholarship Winners

2002-03 Recipient______________________________ B.J. Brandenberger 2003-04 Recipient______________________________ B.J. Brandenberger 2004-05 Recipient___________________________________ Grant Varnell 2005-06 Recipient_____________________________________ Dillon Gee 2006-07 Recipient_______________________________Matthew Otteman 2007-08 Recipient___________________________________ Brock Wilson 2008-09 Recipient_______________________________Matthew Otteman 2009-10 Recipient____________________________________Chad Comer Steve Macko Scholarship Since the mid-1980s, the UT Arlington baseball program has been enhanced by the generosity and support of Joe and Dorothy Macko. In memory of their son Steve, who was an All-American shortstop at Baylor University, and later played with the Chicago Cubs, the Macko family annually hosts events that attract hundreds of athletes. The proceeds from these events have created scholarships for baseball players at UT Arlington, Baylor, Texas Wesleyan, McLennan Junior College and Dallas Bishop Lynch High School. The Macko family has been great supporters of high school and college baseball for many years. Joe Macko is a veteran of 54 years in professional baseball. He hit 306 home runs during a 15-year minor league career and spent 30 years as equipment and clubhouse manager for the Texas Rangers.

Scholarship Winners

2000-01 Recipient_________________________________Daniel Ortmeier 2001-02 Recipient_________________________________Daniel Ortmeier 2002-03 Recipient___________________________________ Wes Detwiler 2003-04 Recipient________________________________ Josh McSpadden 2004-05 Recipient____________________________________ Aaron Batlle 2005-06 Recipient____________________________________James Smith 2006-07 Recipient________________________________ Danny Slinkman 2007-08 Recipient_______________________________Matthew Otteman 2008-09 Recipient_________________________________ Michael Choice 2009-10 Recipient_________________________________ Michael Choice

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Butch McBroom Scholarship Butch McBroom was associated with UT Arlington’s baseball team longer than anyone in the history of the program. The team’s head coach from 1974-1999, McBroom won two Southland Conference championships and took his team to the NCAA Regional in 1990 and 1992. McBroom roamed the Mavericks dugout for 26 of his 28 year coaching career, winning 756 games in a UT Arlington uniform. Among the honors McBroom received during his distinguished career were South Central Region Coach of the Year in 1990 and four SLC Coach of the Year awards. He posted 14 consecutive 30-plus win seasons and helped produce 65 players who moved on to the professional ranks, 45 who became coaches and 46 who earned All-SLC honors in a UT Arlington uniform. McBroom was the first person in Mavericks baseball history to have his uniform number retired when his No. 30 was permanently placed on the outfield wall at Clay Gould Ballpark.

Clay Gould Scholarship UT Arlington established the Clay Gould Memorial Scholarship in memory of the former Mavericks head coach and All-Southland Conference player who passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on June 23, 2001. As a player, Gould was the SLC Player of the Year in 1993 and was nominated for USA Baseball’s Golden Spikes Award, presented yearly to the nation’s most outstanding player. He led the Mavericks to NCAA Regional appearances as a player in 1990 and 1992. Gould was an assistant coach at UT Arlington from 1997-1999 before being named the school’s fourth head coach in 2000. His 2001 Mavericks won the SLC and advanced to the NCAA Regional, making Gould the only member of all three of UT Arlington’s regional teams. He was named Co-Coach of the Year in the South Central Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association in 2001. His No. 8 was retired by UT Arlington on Feb. 17, 2002.

James V. Leggett Jr. Scholarship The James V. Leggett Jr. Academic/Athletic Endowed Baseball Scholarship was established in the 2004-05 academic year in honor of James V. Leggett Jr., a local business entrepreneur who had a long history of supporting various charities and educational projects. The scholarship was formed by family and friends of Leggett. The student-athlete must also major in business or a related field.

Scholarship Winners

2004-05 Recipient___________________________________ Blake Pierson 2005-06 Recipient___________________________________ Brock Wilson 2006-07 Recipient________________________________ Brandon Endsley 2007-08 Recipient________________________________ Brandon Endsley 2008-09 Recipient____________________________________ Jay Pitschka 2009-10 Recipient__________________________________Jordan Vaughn

Marvin and Shirley Applewhite Athletic Endowment The Marvin and Shirley Applewhite Athletic Endowment was introduced in the 2009-10 academic year. Dr. Applewhite has more than 30 years in the field of computer science and engineering. In 1969, Dr. Applewhite began what was to become a 28-year career at Texas Instruments. He lettered in football while earning a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Arlington State College and graduated in 1964. The student-athlete recipient must be a varsity student-athlete that is majoring in engineering or science.

Scholarship Winners

2009-10 Recipient_________________________________ Stephen Krolick

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS TOM BEASLEY 1969-1970 16-34

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1969 (6-16) @ Tarleton State ______________________ L, 2-4 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 2-18 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 5-2 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 4-5 Austin College ______________________ W, 11-0 Dallas Baptist _______________________ W, 10-5 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 5-11 @ Austin College_____________________ W, 12-6 Dallas Baptist _______________________ L, 3-10 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 6-5 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 6-7 Abilene Christian _____________________ L, 2-6 Abilene Christian _____________________ L, 0-9 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 9-5 Trinity ______________________________ L, 0-1 Trinity ______________________________ L, 1-2 @ Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ L, 3-4 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 1-7 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 0-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 4-5 @ Arkansas State ____________________ L, 2-12 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 0-2

1970 (10-18) West Texas State ______________________ L, 0-2 West Texas State ______________________ L, 1-3 Univ. of Dallas _______________________ W, 11-2 SMU ________________________________ W, 8-1 SMU ________________________________ W, 6-4 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 5-2 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 1-3 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 1-4 Centenary ___________________________ L, 3-5 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 7-8 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 4-3 TCU ________________________________ W, 8-7 TCU ________________________________ L, 0-3 @ Abilene Christian __________________ W, 12-7 @ Abilene Christian __________________ L, 3-10 @ Abilene Christian ___________________ L, 8-9 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 2-7 @ Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ L, 3-6 @ Trinity ____________________________ L, 4-5 @ Trinity ____________________________ L, 1-7 @ Trinity ____________________________ W, 1-0 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 6-5 Lamar _____________________________ W, 10-4 Lamar ______________________________ L, 4-7 Lamar ______________________________ L, 0-5 Arkansas State ______________________ L, 5-11 Arkansas State _______________________ L, 0-1 Arkansas State _______________________ L, 1-3

FRED MATTHEWS 1971-1973 60-54

1971 (22-12) West Texas State ______________________ W, 8-7 West Texas State ______________________ W, 7-6 TCU ________________________________ L, 2-6 TCU ________________________________ L, 0-9 TCU ________________________________ W, 3-2 TCU ________________________________ L, 1-9 @ SMU ______________________________ W, 7-5 @ SMU _____________________________ L, 3-15 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 5-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 6-5 Fort Hays State _______________________ W, 8-7 @ Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ W, 3-0 @ Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ L, 0-1 University of Plano ____________________ W, 8-7 University of Plano ___________________ W, 10-0 University of Plano ___________________ W, 14-6 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 10-5 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 8-2

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Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 2-1 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 5-3 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 4-2 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 0-6 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 1-2 Lamar ______________________________ W, 7-4 Lamar ______________________________ L, 3-4 Lamar ______________________________ L, 2-3 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ W, 2-1 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 3-4 Arkansas State _______________________ L, 1-7 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 2-1 Arkansas State ______________________ W, 11-2 Trinity ______________________________ W, 4-3 Trinity ______________________________ W, 5-4 Trinity ______________________________ L, 2-5

1972 (18-25) @ TCU ______________________________ L, 0-1 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 1-4 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 0-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 5-0 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 4-0 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 5-4 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 9-4 Oklahoma ___________________________ L, 3-9 Oklahoma ___________________________ L, 1-6 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 2-0 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 1-0 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 5-0 Fort Hays State _______________________ L, 1-2 Emporia State ________________________ W, 7-3 Emporia State ________________________ L, 0-3 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ L, 2-5 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ W, 5-1 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 2-8 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 1-2 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 0-1 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ W, 5-2 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ W, 5-4 Bishop College _______________________ W, 6-0 Bishop College ______________________ W, 16-1 Lamar ______________________________ W, 4-3 Lamar ______________________________ W, 1-0 Lamar ______________________________ L, 3-4 @ SMU ______________________________ L, 5-6 @ SMU ______________________________ L, 2-3 Trinity ______________________________ L, 4-8 Trinity _____________________________ L, 6-10 Trinity ______________________________ L, 3-8 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 1-3 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 2-5 Abilene Christian ____________________ W, 10-1 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 5-4 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 4-3 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 3-6 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 3-4 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 1-3 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 1-3 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 3-5 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 2-8

1973 (20-17) Baylor ______________________________ L, 2-3 Baylor ______________________________ L, 0-2 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 2-1 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 1-6 Creighton __________________________ W, 11-3 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 7-0 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 3-1 Fort Hays State _______________________ L, 0-2 Fort Hays State ______________________ L, 1-11 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ W, 3-2 Louisiana-Lafayette __________________ W, 13-2 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ L, 0-4 Kent State ___________________________ L, 7-9 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 7-6 Univ. of Dallas _______________________ W, 21-1 Arkansas State _______________________ L, 2-4 Arkansas State ______________________ L, 1-11 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 9-8 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 3-2 Bishop College _______________________ W, 5-3 Bishop College ______________________ W, 12-3 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 2-3 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 3-2 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 2-5 @ SMU ______________________________ W, 5-1 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 3-2 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 3-1 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 2-3 @ Abilene Christian ___________________ W, 7-2 @ Abilene Christian ___________________ W, 7-4 @ Abilene Christian __________________ L, 3-10

BUTCH McBROOM 1974-1999 756-686-2

1974 (23-28) @ Trinity ____________________________ L, 1-3 @ Trinity ___________________________ L, 1-10 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 2-1 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 2-3 TCU ________________________________ L, 2-3 TCU ________________________________ W, 8-2 TCU ________________________________ L, 0-5 TCU ________________________________ L, 3-4 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 3-0 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 3-6 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ W, 3-2 @ Hardin-Simmons ___________________ W, 10-0 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 0-3 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 1-4 @ UT Pan American __________________ L, 7-18 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 0-2 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 0-1 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 6-2 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 6-3 Hardin-Simmons_____________________ W, 11-6 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 4-1 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ L, 3-6 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ W, 5-4 Fort Hays State ______________________ L, 5-10 Fort Hays State _______________________ W, 3-1 Emporia State ________________________ W, 1-0 Emporia State ________________________ W, 3-1 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 6-3 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ W, 4-2 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _______________W, 12-11 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 3-9 Kent State ___________________________ W, 2-0 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 1-2 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 1-5 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 2-6 @ Louisiana Tech_____________________ L, 7-15 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 4-8 @ Abilene Christian ___________________ W, 4-0 @ Abilene Christian ___________________ W, 8-0 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ L, 9-15 McNeese State _______________________ L, 2-3 McNeese State _______________________ L, 0-4 McNeese State _______________________ L, 2-8 @ SMU _____________________________ L, 5-13 Cornell______________________________ W, 3-2 Cornell______________________________ W, 2-1 Cornell______________________________ W, 3-0 Cornell______________________________ W, 6-5 SMU ________________________________ L, 4-5 Lamar ______________________________ W, 4-2 Lamar _____________________________ L, 0-10 Lamar ______________________________ L, 3-6 Abilene Christian _____________________ L, 0-2 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 5-0 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 1-3 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 1-2 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 1-2

1975 (22-27) University of Plano ____________________ L, 6-8 Baylor ______________________________ L, 5-6 Baylor ______________________________ L, 0-4 SMU ________________________________ L, 2-3 SMU ________________________________ W, 4-0 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 2-4 @ UT Pan American __________________ L, 1-11 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 1-2 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 0-9 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 0-4 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 0-2 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 6-12 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 5-6 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ L, 4-7 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 4-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 6-3 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 4-3 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 6-1 @University of Plano __________________ L, 2-3 @ University of Plano __________________ W, 1-0 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ L, 1-4 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ L, 1-2 Central Michigan _____________________ W, 3-1 Central Michigan _____________________ W, 2-0

Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ W, 8-1 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ L, 2-7 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ L, 4-6 Union Univ. (Tenn.) ____________________ W, 4-3 Union Univ. (Tenn.) ____________________ W, 8-4 University of Plano ____________________ W, 3-2 JFK, Neb ___________________________ W, 11-0 JFK, Neb. ____________________________ L, 4-8 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 2-3 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 11-1 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-1 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 6-9 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 2-5 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 1-0 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 0-4 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 0-6 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 2-4 @ Lamar ___________________________ L, 5-16 @ Univ. of Dallas ______________________ W, 9-1 @ Univ. of Dallas ______________________ W, 2-0 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 8-7 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 9-2 Arkansas State _______________________ L, 1-3 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 7-0 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-3

1976 (29-21) University of Plano ____________________ W, 9-4 University of Plano ___________________ L, 2-16 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 0-10 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 6-3 SMU ________________________________ W, 7-1 SMU ________________________________ W, 5-0 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 1-0 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 2-0 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 6-4 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 5-3 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 9-1 TCU ________________________________ W, 4-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 7-2 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 8-13 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 3-5 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 5-4 North Texas _________________________ W, 5-2 North Texas _________________________ W, 3-1 Central Michigan _____________________ L, 4-6 Central Michigan _____________________ L, 1-2 Emporia State ________________________ W, 5-2 Emporia State _______________________ L, 1-10 @ Univ. of Dallas ______________________ W, 8-7 @ Univ. of Dallas _____________________ W, 11-2 Kent State ___________________________ W, 9-1 Kent State ___________________________ W, 6-5 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 4-6 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 1-2 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 5-3 @ Texas Wesleyan ____________________ L, 5-13 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 1-3 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 6-3 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 1-3 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 7-1 @ Southwestern (Texas) ________________ L, 6-7 McNeese State ______________________ W, 12-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 2-1 McNeese State ______________________ W, 13-6 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 2-5 @ UT Pan American __________________ L, 3-14 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 0-3 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 0-4 Lamar ______________________________ L, 0-1 Lamar ______________________________ L, 0-9 Lamar ______________________________ L, 3-7 Midwestern State _____________________ W, 5-2 Midwestern State _____________________ W, 8-2 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ W, 4-3 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ W, 6-4 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 2-4

1977 (14-39) Baylor ______________________________ L, 1-2 Baylor ______________________________ L, 1-2 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 3-7 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 0-6 @ SMU ______________________________ L, 6-7 @ SMU _____________________________ L, 4-10 Bishop College ______________________ W, 11-0 Bishop College _______________________ W, 7-1 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 0-5 Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 5-12 TCU ________________________________ L, 0-4 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 2-3 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 3-14 @ Texas Wesleyan ____________________ L, 3-13 TCU ________________________________ L, 5-6

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1978 (34-27-1) @ SMU ______________________________ W, 8-4 @ SMU ______________________________ L, 3-5 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 1-13 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 3-2 Southwestern (Texas) _________________ L, 8-13 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ L, 3-8 Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 8-16 Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 7-11 TCU ______________________________W, 12-10 TCU ________________________________ W, 8-7 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 4-5 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 4-2 William Penn _________________________ W, 2-1 William Penn ________________________ W, 10-6 William Penn ________________________ W, 11-1 William Penn _________________________ W, 9-1 Central Michigan _____________________ L, 0-1 Central Michigan _____________________ L, 3-5 Univ. of Dallas _______________________ W, 13-2 Univ. of Dallas _______________________ W, 10-2 Emporia State _______________________ L, 4-15 Emporia State ________________________ W, 9-8 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 4-0 Univ. of Dallas _______________________ W, 13-6 vs. Michigan State_____________________ W, 4-2 vs. Indiana ___________________________ L, 4-5 vs. Morningside (Iowa) _________________ W, 7-2 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 2-4 vs. Morningside (Iowa) _________________ W, 5-3 vs. Michigan State_____________________ L, 0-1 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 3-4 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 6-5 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 5-3 North Texas ________________________ W, 12-2 North Texas ________________________ W, 11-0 Lamar ______________________________ L, 1-2 Lamar ______________________________ L, 2-7 Lamar _____________________________ W, 11-1 Lamar ______________________________ L, 2-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 5-4 McNeese State _______________________ W, 7-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 9-2 McNeese State _______________________ W, 4-2 SMU ________________________________ W, 8-2 SMU ________________________________ W, 7-0 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 8-9 @ Arkansas State ____________________ W, 13-4 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 8-9 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 6-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 1-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 4-8 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 2-6 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 1-6 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 1-5 @ Louisiana Tech_____________________ W, 10-5

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Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-3 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-6 TCU ________________________________ T, 2-2 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ W, 5-3 Louisiana-Lafayette __________________ L, 7-11 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ L, 0-2 Louisiana-Lafayette __________________ L, 0-11

1979 (21-28) vs. SMU _____________________________ W, 9-3 @ UT Pan American __________________ L, 3-11 vs. SMU _____________________________ L, 8-9 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 0-5 @ UT Pan American ___________________ L, 1-6 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 1-0 Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 5-10 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 8-1 @ Sam Houston State _________________ W, 12-8 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 2-4 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 2-6 Univ. of Dallas _______________________ W, 12-2 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 7-2 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 5-6 Hardin-Simmons_____________________ W, 14-3 Southwestern (Texas) _________________ W, 12-8 Southwestern (Texas) _________________ L, 9-13 St. Edward’s __________________________ W, 7-3 St. Edward’s __________________________ W, 6-3 @ TCU _____________________________ W, 10-1 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 2-6 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 4-8 @ Lamar ___________________________ L, 5-10 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 0-8 @ Lamar ___________________________ L, 5-11 Baylor ______________________________ L, 3-4 Baylor ______________________________ L, 8-9 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 5-6 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 0-8 @ McNeese State ___________________ L, 13-15 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 3-8 SMU ________________________________ W, 4-3 SMU _______________________________ L, 2-11 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 7-2 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-2 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-3 Arkansas State ______________________ W, 12-5 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ W, 3-2 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 3-4 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 0-8 Louisiana Tech ______________________ L, 1-10 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 18-4 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 3-4 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 12-4 @ SMU ______________________________ W, 6-3 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ W, 5-3 Louisiana-Lafayette __________________ L, 7-20 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ L, 0-5 Louisiana-Lafayette ___________________ L, 6-8

1980 (35-25) @ TCU _____________________________ L, 7-10 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 4-13 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 0-5 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 5-6 Midwestern State _____________________ W, 8-7 Midwestern State _____________________ W, 7-5 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 2-17 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 4-9 Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 4-12 Arkansas-Little Rock __________________ W, 10-3 Austin College ______________________ W, 15-3 Austin College _______________________ W, 9-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 2-5 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 1-7 East Central Univ. (Okla.) _______________ W, 2-0 East Central Univ. (Okla.) _______________ W, 6-4 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 3-4 Southeastern Oklahoma _______________ L, 3-6 Emporia State ________________________ W, 5-3 Emporia State ________________________ L, 2-6 @ SMU ______________________________ L, 2-4 @ SMU ______________________________ L, 2-3 William Penn _________________________ W, 3-2 William Penn _________________________ W, 6-4 Lake Forest (Ill.) ______________________ W, 25-5 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 3-2 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 4-5 @ Univ. of Dallas ______________________ W, 7-3 @ Univ. of Dallas _____________________ W, 13-0 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-3 Arkansas State _____________________W, 16-15 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-0 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 7-1 TCU ________________________________ L, 6-9

TCU ________________________________ L, 3-5 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 4-7 @ Dallas Baptist _____________________ W, 11-6 Rockford (Ill.) _________________________ W, 3-0 Rockford (Ill.) _________________________ W, 3-2 Carthage (Wis.) _______________________ W, 5-0 Carthage (Wis.) _______________________ L, 1-4 @ Austin College_____________________ W, 16-0 @ Austin College______________________ L, 8-9 SMU ________________________________ W, 5-4 SMU ________________________________ W, 5-1 Baylor ______________________________ W, 2-0 Baylor ______________________________ W, 4-3 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 8-1 @ Arkansas State ____________________ L, 7-10 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 6-0 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 9-5 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 4-0 Univ. of Dallas ________________________ W, 7-1 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 3-2 UT Pan American _____________________ L, 1-7 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 10-6 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 6-5 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 2-8 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 4-6 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 0-3

1981 (38-23) TCU ________________________________ W, 4-3 TCU ________________________________ W, 3-2 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 3-4 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 3-7 Southwestern Oklahoma _______________ L, 4-6 Southwestern Oklahoma _______________ W, 7-2 Southwestern Oklahoma _______________ W, 4-3 Southwestern Oklahoma _______________ L, 7-8 Wayne State _________________________ W, 8-2 Wayne State _________________________ W, 9-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 3-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 1-0 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 3-4 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 3-9 @ Mary Hardin-Baylor__________________ W, 7-4 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 1-7 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 6-1 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 7-8 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 5-14 Indiana _____________________________ W, 6-3 Indiana ____________________________ W, 14-8 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 3-7 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 5-3 Carthage (Wis.) ______________________ W, 16-1 Carthage (Wis.) ______________________ W, 10-0 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 6-5 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-2 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-2 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-3 North Dakota State____________________ W, 6-2 North Dakota State___________________ W, 17-1 North Dakota State____________________ W, 7-4 North Dakota State___________________ W, 13-4 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 2-3 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 0-4 @ Arkansas State _____________________ W, 7-3 @ Arkansas State ___________________ L, 10-11 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 2-4 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 6-7 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 7-3 UT Pan American _____________________ L, 0-6 UT Pan American _____________________ L, 2-5 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 5-1 Midwestern State _____________________ W, 3-2 Midwestern State _____________________ W, 9-1 Baylor _____________________________ W, 10-9 Baylor _____________________________ L, 9-11 Mary Hardin-Baylor ___________________ W, 5-0 Mary Hardin-Baylor ___________________ W, 5-0 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 0-2 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ W, 5-1 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 4-8 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 7-6 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 5-2 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 6-5 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 6-5 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 8-6 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 5-2 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 2-6 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 6-7 Lamar ______________________________ L, 0-1

1982 (37-20) Texas Tech ___________________________ W, 4-3 Texas Tech ___________________________ W, 6-5 Texas Tech ___________________________ W, 1-0

Texas Tech ___________________________ W, 6-2 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 3-4 @ TCU _____________________________ W, 10-8 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 3-4 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 7-3 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 1-4 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 4-12 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 3-10 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 3-8 Lake Forest (Ill.) _______________________ W, 8-2 Lake Forest (Ill.) _______________________ W, 8-0 William Penn _________________________ W, 3-2 William Penn _________________________ W, 3-1 North Texas __________________________ W, 4-1 North Texas _________________________ W, 14-3 Southwestern Oklahoma _______________ W, 8-4 Southwestern Oklahoma _______________ W, 5-1 Mary Hardin-Baylor ___________________ W, 6-5 Mary Hardin-Baylor ___________________ W, 3-2 @ Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ W, 3-1 @ Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ L, 3-4 William Jewell ________________________ W, 7-6 William Jewell ________________________ W, 1-0 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 4-3 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 1-9 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 3-1 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 5-2 Carthage (Wis.) ______________________ W, 12-2 Carthage (Wis.) _______________________ W, 8-3 Arkansas State _______________________ L, 4-8 Arkansas State ______________________ W, 10-3 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ L, 2-10 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 5-2 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 4-0 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 8-7 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 7-2 UT Pan American ____________________ W, 10-2 TCU _______________________________ W, 10-9 TCU ________________________________ W, 6-4 @ Texas Wesleyan ____________________ W, 10-7 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 1-3 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 12-3 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 8-7 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 6-9 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 0-2 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 3-6 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 3-5 Baylor ______________________________ L, 3-4 Baylor ______________________________ W, 5-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 6-5 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 5-6 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 8-9 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 3-4 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 4-9

1983 (30-23) @ Texas ____________________________ W, 10-6 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 6-7 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 8-5 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 0-6 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 5-6 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 3-2 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 0-3 TCU ________________________________ W, 5-4 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 8-5 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 1-0 Central Iowa _________________________ W, 6-5 Central Iowa ________________________ W, 16-4 Creighton _________________________ L, 12-18 Creighton ___________________________ W, 9-8 Kansas State ________________________ L, 8-14 Kansas State _________________________ L, 0-8 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ L, 0-9 @ Texas Wesleyan ____________________ L, 5-13 UTEP _______________________________ W, 6-5 Baylor _____________________________ L, 7-10 Baylor ______________________________ W, 2-1 Emporia State _______________________ W, 12-4 Emporia State _______________________ W, 12-5 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 3-7 @ McNeese State ____________________ W, 10-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 2-7 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 6-11 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 9-11 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 9-8 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 4-3 North Texas __________________________ W, 8-7 North Texas __________________________ W, 5-0 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 15-9 Lamar ______________________________ W, 3-2 Lamar _____________________________ L, 6-13 Lamar ______________________________ W, 4-3 Lamar ______________________________ W, 5-2 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 7-14 McNeese State ______________________ W, 10-6

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1984 (30-20) @ Rice ______________________________ L, 0-1 @ Rice ______________________________ L, 1-5 @ Rice _____________________________ L, 8-15 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 0-7 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 0-14 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 2-3 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 7-12 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 5-6 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 2-7 Briar Cliff (Iowa) ______________________ W, 4-0 Briar Cliff (Iowa) ______________________ W, 6-1 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 5-2 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 9-6 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-3 TCU ________________________________ W, 7-0 TCU ________________________________ W, 7-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 8-9 William Penn ________________________ W, 18-7 William Penn ________________________ W, 11-1 Baylor ______________________________ W, 5-3 Baylor ______________________________ W, 8-3 Kansas State _________________________ W, 8-2 Mount Mercy (Iowa) __________________ W, 14-0 Mount Mercy (Iowa) __________________ W, 25-2 Mayville State (N.D.) __________________ W, 12-0 Mayville State (N.D.) ___________________ W, 8-0 Oklahoma City _______________________ W, 7-4 Oklahoma City _______________________ L, 0-5 @ Texas Wesleyan ____________________ L, 7-10 McNeese State _______________________ W, 6-5 McNeese State _______________________ W, 4-2 McNeese State _______________________ W, 8-2 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 8-17 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 3-6 @ North Texas _______________________ W, 15-3 @ North Texas _______________________ W, 5-2 @ North Texas _______________________ W, 6-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 9-8 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 8-7 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 23-7 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 12-3 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 6-8 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 4-3 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 7-6 Nicholls State _______________________ W, 12-5 @ Dallas Baptist _____________________ L, 7-10 @ Texas Wesleyan ___________________ L, 10-18 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 4-0 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 4-8 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 3-9

1985 (35-26) @ Texas ____________________________ L, 0-13 @ Texas ___________________________W, 14-13 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 7-1 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 6-18 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 9-8 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-3 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 3-2 Briar Cliff (Iowa) ______________________ W, 5-1 Briar Cliff (Iowa) ______________________ W, 5-2 Briar Cliff (Iowa) _____________________ W, 16-9 Briar Cliff (Iowa) _____________________ W, 14-8 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 6-7 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 2-11 Central Iowa _________________________ W, 7-1 Central Iowa _________________________ W, 5-3 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ L, 1-7 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ W, 7-2 Texas Southern ______________________ W, 15-1 Texas Southern _______________________ W, 5-1 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 2-1 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ L, 0-7 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ L, 5-8 Iowa State __________________________ L, 7-15 Iowa State __________________________ W, 10-8 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-2 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 4-2

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1986 (30-26) @ Texas _____________________________ L, 1-4 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 1-7 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 0-13 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 0-7 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 5-2 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 9-8 Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 5-14 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 8-3 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 8-4 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 5-4 TCU ______________________________ L, 10-11 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ W, 5-2 @ Hardin-Simmons ___________________ W, 10-1 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ L, 4-7 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ L, 7-9 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 0-19 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 0-2 Briar Cliff (Iowa) ____________________ L, 10-11 Briar Cliff (Iowa) ______________________ W, 5-4 Emporia State _______________________ W, 10-7 TCU ________________________________ W, 5-4 Dallas Baptist ________________________ L, 5-8 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 0-1 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-2 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 6-5 vs. St. John’s ________________________ L, 3-12 @ UT Pan American ___________________ W, 3-2 vs. St. John’s _________________________ W, 8-7 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ W, 8-4 vs. St. John’s _________________________ L, 5-6 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma _____________ L, 2-3 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 5-3 Lambuth (Tenn.) _____________________ L, 4-10 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 5-4 McNeese State _______________________ W, 2-1 McNeese State _______________________ W, 6-1 McNeese State _______________________ W, 3-2 Baylor ______________________________ W, 3-2 Baylor ______________________________ L, 0-9 @ Louisiana-Monroe__________________ L, 9-10 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 8-1 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 8-1 Mary Hardin-Baylor ___________________ L, 2-6 Mary Hardin-Baylor ___________________ W, 4-3 North Texas __________________________ W, 5-0 North Texas __________________________ W, 2-1 North Texas _________________________ W, 4-3 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 5-7 @ Dallas Baptist ______________________ W, 9-0 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 1-2 @ Arkansas State _____________________ L, 2-6 St. Edward’s __________________________ L, 1-3 St. Edward’s __________________________ L, 2-4 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 4-3 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 3-1 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 1-4

1987 (32-26) @ Texas _____________________________ L, 2-7 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 6-7 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 5-9 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 8-12 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-8 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 4-0 @TCU _______________________________ L, 4-5 @ Rice _____________________________ L, 7-10 @ Rice _____________________________ L, 4-11 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 0-3 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 3-4 TCU ________________________________ W, 7-5 TCU ________________________________ L, 1-2 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 3-9 @ Baylor ___________________________ W, 16-8 Wisconsin-Superior __________________ W, 20-3 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 9-6 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 1-0 Quincy (Ill.) __________________________ W, 8-0 Oklahoma State ______________________ L, 5-9 Quincy (Ill.) __________________________ W, 2-0 Quincy (Ill.) __________________________ W, 4-0 St. Francis (Ill.) _______________________ W, 10-3 Emporia State ________________________ L, 2-4 @ Tulane __________________________ L, 10-11 @ Louisiana State ____________________ L, 2-17 @ Louisiana State _____________________ L, 3-4 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ W, 7-6 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 6-0 Mary Hardin-Baylor _________________W, 14-12 Mary Hardin-Baylor __________________ W, 12-2 Minnesota ___________________________ W, 9-4 Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 11-12 Prairie View A&M _____________________ W, 9-0 Prairie View A&M _____________________ W, 9-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 9-7 @ Dallas Baptist ____________________ L, 11-12 @ Oral Roberts ______________________ L, 4-10 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 3-9 @ Oral Roberts ______________________ L, 2-10 TCU _______________________________ W, 12-8 @ TCU ____________________________W, 17-15 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ L, 7-8 @ Hardin-Simmons ___________________ W, 12-3 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 4-0 Southwestern (Texas) __________________ W, 9-1 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 3-2 @ Stephen F. Austin __________________ L, 9-11 North Texas ________________________ W, 18-6 North Texas _________________________ W, 3-2 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 7-8 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 9-5 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 9-5 @ Texas Wesleyan _____________________ W, 9-1 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 1-0 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 2-1 UT Pan American _____________________ L, 3-6 UT Pan American _____________________ W, 3-1

1988 (33-22) Hardin-Simmons_____________________ W, 14-1 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 1-7 Baylor ______________________________ W, 5-4 Baylor ______________________________ W, 5-4 @ Baylor ___________________________ W, 12-8 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 2-3 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ L, 4-5 @ Hardin-Simmons ___________________ W, 11-3 Texas _______________________________ L, 0-3 Texas ______________________________ L, 6-13 Texas _______________________________ L, 3-9 Texas ______________________________ L, 3-13 vs. Oral Roberts _______________________ W, 8-1 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ W, 4-1 vs. Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 5-7 vs. Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 2-7 Oklahoma ___________________________ W, 5-4 Oklahoma ___________________________ L, 3-5 Oklahoma _________________________W, 11-10 Oklahoma City _____________________W, 16-15 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 3-1 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 8-4 Emporia State ________________________ L, 1-3 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 9-5 Wisconsin-Eau Claire _________________ W, 12-0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire _________________ W, 13-1 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 6-5 Wisconsin-Eau Claire _________________ W, 12-3 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 4-6 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 9-4 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 1-2 Arkansas-Little Rock ___________________ W, 5-4

@ Northwestern State _________________ W, 3-2 @ Northwestern State _________________ L, 4-8 @ Northwestern State _________________ W, 9-2 TCU _______________________________ W, 19-6 Kent State ___________________________ L, 3-4 Kent State __________________________ W, 10-9 @ Dallas Baptist ____________________W, 11-10 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 5-2 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ L, 7-8 Stephen F. Austin ___________________W, 11-10 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 8-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 0-5 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 3-4 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 6-5 @ Texas Wesleyan ____________________ W, 14-1 Sam Houston State ___________________ L, 4-11 Sam Houston State ___________________ W, 15-2 Sam Houston State ___________________ L, 8-10 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 3-9 @ Texas State_________________________ W, 6-0 @ North Texas ______________________ W, 11-3 @ North Texas ______________________ W, 10-0 @ North Texas _______________________ L, 3-4

1989 (33-23) @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 4-7 @ Lamar ___________________________ W, 12-0 @ Houston __________________________ L, 7-9 @ Houston __________________________ L, 0-7 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 2-0 @ Texas ___________________________ L, 10-18 Baylor ______________________________ L, 1-8 Baylor ______________________________ L, 4-5 Baylor ______________________________ L, 6-7 @ Hardin-Simmons ___________________ W, 12-7 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ L, 4-5 Briar Cliff ___________________________ W, 16-6 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 5-8 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 8-6 Oklahoma State _____________________ L, 5-15 St. Francis, Ill. _________________________ W, 9-6 St. Francis, Ill. _________________________ W, 8-6 Lamar ______________________________ W, 4-1 Lamar ______________________________ W, 6-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 1-0 St. Francis, Ill. _________________________ W, 7-4 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 8-1 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 5-1 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 8-4 Wisconsin-Eau Claire __________________ W, 5-4 Wisconsin-Eau Claire __________________ W, 9-0 Northwestern ________________________ L, 3-4 Northwestern ________________________ W, 9-1 Nebraska ____________________________ W, 5-1 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 6-1 Carthage, Wis. ________________________ W, 8-1 Carthage, Wis. _______________________ W, 11-1 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 3-1 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 1-0 Northwestern State __________________ W, 16-3 @ Oklahoma ________________________ L, 7-19 @ Oklahoma _________________________ L, 1-7 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 8-4 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 5-1 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 9-5 @ TCU ____________________________ L, 10-11 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 5-4 McNeese State _______________________ L, 0-3 McNeese State _______________________ L, 0-6 McNeese State _______________________ W, 4-3 TCU _______________________________ L, 8-12 @ Northwood _______________________ W, 16-0 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 3-7 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 4-5 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 2-4 Northwood __________________________ W, 6-3 @ Dallas Baptist _____________________ L, 8-11 Texas State __________________________ L, 6-8 Texas State __________________________ W, 8-4 Texas State __________________________ L, 0-9 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 9-4

1990 (31-30)

- SLC Champions - NCAA Tournament @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 2-3 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 3-5 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 0-6 @ Hardin-Simmons ___________________ L, 7-10 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ W, 4-1 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 8-2 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-1 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 3-2

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1991 (32-22) @ Houston _________________________ L, 8-10 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 4-0 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 2-3 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 5-6 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 5-3 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 3-10 @ Northwood _______________________ L, 3-13 East Central Univ. (Okla.) ______________ W, 11-1 East Central Univ. (Okla.) _______________ W, 8-0 East Central Univ. (Okla.) _______________ W, 3-2 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ W, 6-3 @ Hardin-Simmons ____________________ W, 4-2 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 1-0 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 4-6 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-1 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 2-1 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 0-6 Baylor ______________________________ L, 3-8 Baylor ______________________________ L, 3-6 Baylor ______________________________ L, 1-5 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 6-2 Union (Ky.)__________________________ W, 15-4 Lamar ______________________________ W, 3-0 Lamar ______________________________ L, 2-5 New Mexico State _____________________ W, 4-2 @ Sam Houston State ________________ L, 10-11 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 7-4 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 2-5 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 5-7 Texas State _________________________ W, 12-1 Texas State __________________________ W, 4-1 Texas State __________________________ L, 7-8 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 7-6 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 4-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 4-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 2-3 @ TCU ______________________________ W, 4-3 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 4-3 Stephen F. Austin ____________________ W, 12-3 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ L, 5-7

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TCU ________________________________ L, 5-8 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 12-9 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 9-0 Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ W, 10-3 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 7-2 Northwood __________________________ W, 6-4 Hardin-Simmons_____________________ W, 12-4 Hardin-Simmons______________________ W, 6-0 @ Oklahoma State ___________________ L, 5-10 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 2-8 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 5-9 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 2-6 Cameron ____________________________ W, 2-0 Cameron ____________________________ W, 7-4

1992 (40-15)

- SLC Champions - NCAA Tournament TCU _______________________________ W, 4-3 Northwood __________________________ W, 8-4 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 0-2 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 5-3 @ Houston __________________________ L, 3-6 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 10-1 Centenary __________________________ W, 10-2 Centenary ___________________________ W, 8-7 Oklahoma State ______________________ W, 5-3 @ Baylor ___________________________ .W, 5-4 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 7-5 @ Louisiana Tech____________________W, 11-10 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 7-0 College of the Southwest _______________ W, 5-2 College of the Southwest ______________ W, 10-0 College of the Southwest _______________ W, 2-1 @ TCU _____________________________ W, 10-5 @ Nicholls State ______________________ L, 1-3 @ Nicholls State ______________________ L, 0-2 @ Nicholls State ______________________ W, 5-2 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ L, 1-2 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 6-0 Texas Southern _______________________ W, 7-0 Texas Southern _______________________ W, 7-0 @ Centenary ________________________ W, 18-1 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 6-5 Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ W, 10-9 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 7-9 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 2-4 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 5-4 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 2-7 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 2-8 McNeese State _______________________ W, 4-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 8-6 McNeese State _______________________ W, 7-2 Cameron ____________________________ W, 2-1 Cameron ____________________________ W, 3-2 Texas State __________________________ W, 2-0 Texas State __________________________ W, 2-1 Texas State _________________________ W, 13-2 @ TCU _____________________________ W, 15-2 @ Northwestern State _________________ W, 7-6 @ Northwestern State _________________ W, 4-3 @ Northwestern State ________________ W, 12-1 TCU ________________________________ W, 4-3 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-4 Sam Houston State ___________________ L, 3-13 Sam Houston State ___________________ W, 12-4 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 3-1 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 5-0 @ Stephen F. Austin __________________ L, 9-11 @ Wichita State _______________________ L, 3-4 @ Wichita State _______________________ L, 1-8 Creighton (NCAA) ____________________ L, 6-11 Texas (NCAA)________________________ L, 1-17

1993 (34-20) Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 2-1 Louisiana Tech _______________________ W, 4-3 TCU _______________________________ L, 7-10 College of the Southwest ______________ W, 10-0 College of the Southwest ______________ W, 14-2 College of the Southwest _______________ W, 4-0 Centenary ___________________________ W, 1-0 @TCU _______________________________ L, 5-9 Arkansas State ______________________ L, 3-16 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 6-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 5-4 @Texas______________________________ L, 4-7 @Texas______________________________ L, 6-8 St. Francis College_____________________ W, 5-1 St. Francis College_____________________ W, 9-3 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 2-3 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 6-1 Nicholls State _______________________ W, 13-3

Iowa State ___________________________ L, 4-6 Oklahoma State ____________________W, 26-13 UTSA _______________________________ W, 3-2 UTSA _______________________________ W, 8-0 UTSA _______________________________ W, 7-6 @Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 3-17 @Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ W, 3-2 @Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ W, 6-3 Oregon State________________________ W, 13-9 @Baylor _____________________________ L, 0-2 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 5-6 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 5-6 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 1-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 8-1 Texas A&M___________________________ W, 8-6 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 4-5 @ Texas State_________________________ W, 7-2 @ Texas State________________________ W, 22-7 Baylor ______________________________ L, 5-8 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 3-6 Northwestern State __________________ W, 10-0 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 3-2 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 2-4 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 6-7 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 6-2 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 8-7 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 6-1 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 9-3 Stephen F. Austin ____________________ W, 10-6 Stephen F. Austin ____________________ W, 14-1 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 3-1 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 1-4 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 5-1 Sam Houston State* ___________________ L, 1-4 Northwestern State* _________________ W, 12-6 Sam Houston State* ___________________ L, 1-6

1994 (25-29) TCU ________________________________ L, 7-8 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 6-14 Baylor ______________________________ W, 8-6 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 5-6 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 1-9 Louisiana Tech ______________________ W, 15-1 Centenary ___________________________ L, 2-6 Missouri State ________________________ W, 6-5 Oklahoma State ______________________ W, 6-4 New Mexico _________________________ W, 5-4 Incarnate Word _______________________ L, 0-8 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 1-5 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 9-8 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 2-5 East Texas Baptist ____________________ W, 15-6 Baylor ______________________________ L, 1-3 Iowa State ___________________________ L, 3-5 Iowa State ___________________________ W, 3-2 @ UTSA _____________________________ L, 1-3 @ UTSA _____________________________ L, 2-9 @ UTSA _____________________________ L, 2-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 7-5 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 0-6 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 1-2 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 0-5 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 5-14 Sam Houston State ___________________ L, 1-10 Sam Houston State __________________W, 11-10 Sam Houston State ___________________ W, 10-3 Northwood __________________________ L, 2-8 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 2-1 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 4-5 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 2-8 @ Texas State________________________ W, 16-7 @ Texas State_________________________ W, 7-5 @ Texas State_______________________W, 13-12 Cameron __________________________W, 12-10 @ Texas Tech ________________________ L, 5-12 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 8-3 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-2 @ Wichita State _______________________ L, 6-7 @ Wichita State ______________________ L, 3-11 Stephen F. Austin ____________________ L, 1-11 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 3-0 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 3-0 TCU ________________________________ L, 2-4 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 5-3 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 5-3 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 2-7 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 2-1 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 3-6 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 8-4 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 6-5 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 9-5

1995 (27-32) @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 3-7 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 4-5 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 9-8 Clemson ___________________________ L, 0-18 Oklahoma State ______________________ L, 2-4 Baylor ______________________________ L, 3-6 TCU ________________________________ W, 1-0 New Mexico _________________________ L, 4-8 New Mexico _________________________ W, 2-1 New Mexico ________________________ L, 7-14 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 9-4 Evansville ___________________________ W, 7-3 Evansville ___________________________ W, 8-1 Evansville __________________________ L, 5-14 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ L, 0-3 St. Francis (Ill.) _______________________ W, 17-7 UTSA _______________________________ W, 8-3 UTSA _______________________________ L, 1-3 UTSA _______________________________ L, 1-4 @ Centenary _______________________W, 12-10 @ Northwestern State _________________ L, 5-7 @ Northwestern State _________________ L, 3-5 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 1-11 Iowa________________________________ L, 2-4 Iowa________________________________ L, 3-9 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 2-1 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 3-4 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 5-0 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 4-3 Abilene Christian _____________________ W, 3-2 McNeese State _______________________ L, 0-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 3-2 McNeese State _______________________ W, 9-0 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 6-7 Texas State __________________________ W, 4-3 Texas State __________________________ L, 1-4 Texas State _________________________ W, 11-2 Texas Tech ___________________________ L, 1-4 Texas Tech ___________________________ L, 4-6 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 3-4 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 3-4 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 1-2 @ Texas Tech _________________________ L, 8-9 @ Texas Tech ________________________ L, 9-10 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 6-0 @ Stephen F. Austin __________________ W, 16-0 @ Stephen F. Austin __________________ W, 14-5 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 2-8 Tarleton State _______________________ W, 10-7 @ Nicholls State ______________________ W, 5-4 @ Nicholls State _____________________ W, 11-4 @ Nicholls State ____________________ L, 11-12 Centenary ___________________________ W, 8-6 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 5-4 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 3-4 Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ W, 12-4 Northwestern State* _________________ W, 11-3 Louisiana-Monroe* ____________________ L, 5-6 McNeese State* ______________________ L, 2-4

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Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 1-2 Hardin-Simmons______________________ L, 0-3 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 5-4 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 2-5 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 1-13 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 1-15 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 1-3 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 7-15 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 17-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 0-2 Centenary ___________________________ W, 3-1 Centenary ___________________________ W, 5-4 Oklahoma State _____________________ L, 7-13 vs. Texas Tech ________________________ L, 0-2 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ W, 4-3 vs. Texas Tech ________________________ L, 0-6 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 7-9 @Northwestern State __________________ L, 2-5 @ Northwestern State _________________ W, 2-1 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 2-11 Missouri Western _____________________ W, 9-2 Missouri Western _____________________ W, 6-4 Oklahoma Baptist _____________________ W, 4-0 St. Francis ___________________________ L, 4-5 St. Francis ___________________________ L, 1-9 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ L, 3-4 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 4-2 @ Louisiana-Monroe__________________ W, 11-2 Northwood _________________________ W, 11-2 Howard Payne________________________ W, 8-4 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 2-1 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 4-1 Stephen F. Austin _____________________ W, 6-5 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 7-2 Tarleton State _______________________ W, 11-1 McNeese State _______________________ W, 5-4 McNeese State _______________________ L, 2-3 @ Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 2-6 @ Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 5-8 @ Texas State_________________________ W, 9-0 @ Texas State________________________ L, 3-11 @ Texas State_________________________ W, 8-6 Howard Payne_______________________ W, 12-1 @ Dallas Baptist _____________________ L, 3-11 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 1-0 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-1 TCU _______________________________ W, 13-4 Cameron ____________________________ W, 3-1 Cameron ____________________________ L, 0-8 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 4-7 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 4-3 Texas (NCAA)_________________________ L, 8-9 Clemson (NCAA) ______________________ L, 5-8

1996 (23-35) Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 2-5 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 2-3 Cameron ___________________________ W, 5-3 Cameron ___________________________ W, 10-6 Arkansas State _______________________ W, 9-1 Missouri State ________________________ L, 3-5 Baylor ______________________________ W, 6-2 Texas A&M___________________________ L, 2-9 Texas A&M___________________________ W, 4-3 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 2-9 @ Texas ___________________________W, 25-19 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 6-18 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 2-4 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 3-6 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 7-6 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 9-16 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 7-12 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 4-3 @ Louisiana-Monroe__________________ L, 3-10 @ Louisiana-Monroe_________________ L, 12-13 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 7-4 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 3-2 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 4-7 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 5-3 @ Texas Tech _________________________ L, 1-3 @ Texas Tech ________________________ L, 4-10 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 8-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 1-4 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 1-5 TCU ________________________________ L, 3-7 TCU ________________________________ W, 5-2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 1-3 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 8-5 @ Sam Houston State _________________ L, 4-16 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 3-2 Texas State __________________________ L, 6-7 Texas State __________________________ W, 5-3 Texas State __________________________ L, 0-4 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 0-5 UTSA ______________________________ L, 2-15 UTSA _______________________________ L, 1-6 UTSA _______________________________ W, 9-1 Centenary __________________________ W, 11-5 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 4-5 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 5-8 @ Texas State________________________ W, 13-4 Texas Tech __________________________ L, 4-11 Texas Tech ___________________________ L, 3-8 @ UTSA _____________________________ L, 2-6 @ UTSA ____________________________ L, 7-16 @ UTSA ___________________________W, 25-18 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 1-13 @ Centenary _________________________ L, 1-7 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 9-0 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-0 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 9-0 Louisiana-Monroe* ____________________ L, 3-4 Northwestern State* __________________ L, 6-7

2010 Maverick Baseball

1997 (22-35) @ Texas _____________________________ W, 9-4 @ Texas ____________________________ L, 7-11 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 4-8 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 2-24 @ Texas A&M _________________________ W, 5-4 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 5-6 Kansas State _________________________ W, 4-3 Iowa_______________________________ W, 11-1 Arkansas ___________________________ L, 1-11 Kansas ______________________________ L, 3-7 Kansas ____________________________ L, 12-14 Kansas ______________________________ L, 2-4 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 1-11 @ Northwestern State _________________ W, 5-1 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 0-3 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 3-0 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 6-5 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 5-3 @ Nicholls State ______________________ W, 3-1 @ Nicholls State _____________________ L, 0-11 @ Nicholls State ______________________ L, 2-3 Cornell______________________________ W, 9-2 Cornell_____________________________ W, 18-5 St. Francis (Ill.) _______________________ W, 13-0 McNeese State _______________________ W, 3-2 McNeese State _______________________ W, 7-6 McNeese State _______________________ L, 0-6 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 2-5 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 0-5 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 2-4 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 1-0 @ Oklahoma ________________________ L, 5-14 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 1-3 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 0-1 @ Texas State________________________ L, 8-12 Howard Payne________________________ L, 3-9 Baylor ______________________________ L, 3-8 @ UTSA ____________________________ W, 11-4 @ UTSA _____________________________ L, 5-6 @ UTSA _____________________________ L, 0-2 TCU ________________________________ L, 1-6 Texas State __________________________ L, 2-7 Texas State __________________________ L, 4-8 Texas State ________________________W, 12-11 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 2-6 Tarleton State ______________________W, 14-13 UTSA _______________________________ W, 2-0 UTSA _______________________________ W, 3-2 UTSA _______________________________ L, 2-4 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 6-11 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 1-4 @ Sam Houston State _________________ L, 8-13 @ Sam Houston State _________________ W, 11-6 TCU ________________________________ L, 6-9 Texas State* _______________________W, 11-10 Sam Houston State* __________________ L, 3-12 Texas State* ________________________ L, 1-14

1998 (20-29) TCU ________________________________ W, 9-6 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 0-22 @ Louisiana Tech____________________ L, 12-13 @ Louisiana Tech_____________________ W, 13-2 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 20-8 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-9

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Arkansas State _______________________ L, 4-6 Texas A&M__________________________ L, 6-10 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 5-14 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 4-6 @ Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 2-4 Oklahoma ___________________________ L, 5-7 TCU ________________________________ W, 8-4 @ New Mexico ______________________ L, 2-17 @ New Mexico _____________________W, 22-15 @ New Mexico ______________________ L, 8-10 Cameron __________________________W, 11-10 @ Southeastern Louisiana ______________ L, 5-7 @ Southeastern Louisiana ____________W, 13-11 @ Centenary ________________________ W, 10-8 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 3-4 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-6 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-5 Baylor ______________________________ L, 1-4 St. Francis (Ill.) ________________________ W, 5-0 Northwestern State __________________ L, 2-21 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 9-3 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 7-8 TCU ________________________________ W, 7-3 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 9-20 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 8-6 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 9-12 Centenary ___________________________ W, 6-2 Houston Baptist _____________________ L, 5-10 UTSA _______________________________ L, 3-4 UTSA ______________________________ W, 10-7 UTSA _______________________________ W, 5-4 @ Texas ___________________________W, 12-11 Tarleton State _______________________ L, 1-13 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ L, 3-4 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 9-7 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 5-7 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 0-5 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 8-7 Nicholls State _______________________ L, 7-10 @ Oklahoma _______________________ L, 12-13 @ Texas State________________________ L, 9-10 @ Texas State________________________ L, 3-10 @Texas State _________________________ L, 4-6

1999 (26-35) @ Texas _____________________________ L, 6-9 @ Texas _____________________________ L, 3-9 vs. TCU _____________________________ L, 3-17 vs. Centenary _______________________ W, 12-4 vs. Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 4-9 Centenary ___________________________ W, 7-3 Kansas _____________________________ L, 3-10 Kansas ____________________________W, 13-12 Kansas ______________________________ L, 4-9 TCU ______________________________ L, 12-15 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 0-8 @ Texas A&M ________________________ L, 0-12 @ Texas A&M _________________________ L, 1-7 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 5-3 Arkansas State ______________________ W, 13-4 Oklahoma ___________________________ L, 6-9 Sam Houston State ___________________ L, 1-12 Texas State _________________________ L, 5-17 Texas State _________________________ L, 8-11 Texas State __________________________ W, 9-8 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 2-5 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 4-11 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 6-15 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 2-14 St. Francis ___________________________ W, 9-1 Yale ________________________________ W, 6-1 Southeastern Louisiana ________________ L, 3-4 Southeastern Louisiana ________________ W, 4-1 Southeastern Louisiana ________________ W, 9-7 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 5-23 @ Sam Houston State _________________ W, 11-8 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 2-6 @ Sam Houston State _________________ W, 10-9 @ Texas Tech _________________________ L, 3-8 @ UTSA ____________________________ L, 5-10 @ UTSA ____________________________ L, 5-13 @ UTSA _____________________________ W, 9-2 TCU _______________________________ L, 8-10 McNeese State ______________________ W, 11-8 McNeese State _______________________ W, 4-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 4-2 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 9-7 @ Lamar ___________________________ W, 11-9 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 7-9 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 5-6 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 3-5 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 4-3 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 8-9 Texas Wesleyan ______________________ W, 14-4 @ Nicholls State ____________________W, 12-10

@ Nicholls State ______________________ W, 9-0 @ Nicholls State ______________________ W, 9-1 @ TCU _____________________________ L, 3-11 UT Pan American _____________________ L, 5-6 UT Pan American ____________________ L, 1-15 UT Pan American _____________________ L, 0-9 Northwestern State* _________________ W, 11-8 UTSA* ______________________________ W, 4-0 UTSA* ______________________________ W, 7-3 Texas State* _________________________ L, 4-6 Texas State* _________________________ L, 7-9

CLAY GOULD 2000-2001 63-55

2000 (24-30) @Texas______________________________ W, 3-1 @Texas______________________________ L, 0-7 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 4-2 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ L, 0-8 TCU ________________________________ W, 3-2 @TCU ______________________________ L, 9-13 TCU _______________________________ W, 12-4 Iowa State __________________________ W, 12-4 Iowa State ___________________________ W, 3-0 @Centenary _________________________ W, 9-6 Nebraska ____________________________ L, 1-3 Arkansas ____________________________ W, 8-5 Washington State _____________________ L, 3-7 Washington State _____________________ W, 5-4 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-8 Oklahoma __________________________ L, 8-11 @Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ L, 4-5 @Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ W, 8-4 @Louisiana-Monroe ___________________ L, 2-3 @Oklahoma ________________________ L, 3-11 Lamar _____________________________ L, 6-11 Lamar ______________________________ W, 4-1 Lamar ______________________________ L, 6-7 Centenary __________________________ W, 12-6 @McNeese State _____________________ L, 1-11 @McNeese State ____________________ L, 0-14 @McNeese State ______________________ L, 4-8 UTSA _______________________________ W, 4-3 UTSA _______________________________ L, 2-9 UTSA _______________________________ W, 7-4 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 3-0 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 6-1 Sam Houston State ___________________ L, 9-10 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 2-6 @Baylor _____________________________ L, 8-9 @Southeastern Louisiana ______________ L, 0-1 @Southeastern Louisiana ______________ W, 11-4 @Southeastern Louisiana _______________ W, 3-2 @Wichita State _______________________ L, 3-8 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 1-2 Northwestern State ___________________ L, 2-6 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 8-6 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 6-5 @Texas State _________________________ L, 1-2 @Texas State _________________________ L, 5-8 @Texas State _________________________ L, 7-9 @Oral Roberts ________________________ L, 5-6 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 2-5 Nicholls State ________________________ L, 1-7 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 3-1 @Kansas ____________________________ W, 7-5 @Kansas ____________________________ W, 4-3 @Kansas ____________________________ L, 5-6 @Kansas ____________________________ W, 6-4

2001 (39-25)

- SLC Tournament Champions - NCAA Tournament @ Arizona State _______________________ W, 5-3 @ Texas _____________________________ W, 7-4 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 4-3 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 8-1 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 2-5 @ Centenary _________________________ W, 3-2 @ Centenary _________________________ W, 6-5 Arkansas State ______________________ W, 10-1 Missouri State ________________________ L, 2-6 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 6-4 Dallas Baptist ________________________ W, 8-1 @ Northwestern State ________________ W, 10-9 @ Northwestern State ________________ L, 8-12

@ Northwestern State ________________ W, 10-8 @ Centenary _________________________ W, 9-8 @ Baylor ____________________________ W, 7-3 Texas State __________________________ W, 5-0 Texas State __________________________ L, 5-7 Iowa State ___________________________ W, 7-6 TCU ________________________________ W, 5-3 McNeese State _______________________ W, 6-5 McNeese State ______________________ W, 10-9 McNeese State ______________________ W, 14-8 @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 4-8 @ Oklahoma _________________________ L, 2-7 @ UTSA _____________________________ W, 2-0 @ UTSA ____________________________ W, 10-7 @ UTSA ____________________________ L, 4-14 Southeastern Louisiana ________________ L, 1-6 Southeastern Louisiana _______________ W, 11-1 Southeastern Louisiana ________________ W, 7-3 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 7-0 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 0-2 @ Sam Houston State __________________ W, 8-3 @ Sam Houston State __________________ L, 8-9 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 1-7 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 4-6 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 1-3 Louisiana Tech _______________________ L, 5-6 @ Nicholls State ______________________ W, 1-0 @ Nicholls State ______________________ L, 3-4 @ Nicholls State ______________________ L, 0-4 Baylor ______________________________ W, 7-6 Baylor _____________________________ L, 5-11 @ Lamar ____________________________ L, 2-5 @ Lamar ___________________________ W, 13-1 @ Lamar ____________________________ W, 4-1 Texas A&M___________________________ W, 6-3 @ Oklahoma ________________________ L, 6-10 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 3-4 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ L, 3-9 Louisiana-Monroe ____________________ W, 7-6 TCU ________________________________ L, 3-4 TCU ________________________________ W, 8-4 @ TCU _____________________________ W, 10-7 Texas State* _________________________ W, 7-6 UTSA* ______________________________ W, 6-2 Lamar*______________________________ L, 0-1 Louisiana-Monroe* ____________________ W, 5-2 Lamar*______________________________ W, 3-1 Lamar*______________________________ W, 3-1 Rice (NCAA) _________________________ L, 4-11 Houston (NCAA) ______________________ W, 7-6 Rice (NCAA) _________________________ L, 2-14

JEFF CURTIS 2002-2007 166-188

2002 (29-29) Centenary ___________________________ L, 0-6 Centenary ___________________________ W, 8-4 Centenary ___________________________ W, 6-2 @ Louisiana Tech_____________________ W, 10-4 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 2-4 @ Louisiana Tech_____________________ L, 4-12 TCU ________________________________ W, 5-3 Missouri State ________________________ W, 5-4 Air Force ___________________________ .W, 2-0 Arkansas ____________________________ L, 1-7 vs. South Florida ______________________ L, 4-6 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette _________________ L, 5-6 @ Rice ______________________________ L, 4-8 TCU ________________________________ W, 7-3 @ TCU ____________________________ L, 12-23 @ Texas A&M ________________________ L, 5-15 @ Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 2-6 Baylor ______________________________ L, 7-8 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 6-8 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 6-5 Sam Houston State ___________________ W, 12-4 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ W, 6-5 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ L, 2-8 @ Louisiana-Monroe___________________ L, 7-9 Grambling __________________________ W, 22-3 Oral Roberts _________________________ L, 3-7 @ Southeastern Louisiana _____________ L, 4-14 @ Southeastern Louisiana _____________ W, 16-8 @ Southeastern Louisiana ______________ W, 6-3 Oklahoma __________________________ W, 15-5 Tarleton State ________________________ W, 7-6 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 7-5 Nicholls State _______________________ W, 10-5

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS @ Oral Roberts _______________________ L, 0-4 Lamar ______________________________ L, 7-9 Lamar ______________________________ W, 3-2 Lamar _____________________________ W, 13-2 @ Oklahoma ________________________ W, 10-5 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 6-7 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 4-6 @ Texas State_______________________ L, 11-15 TCU _______________________________ W, 15-1 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 5-7 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 4-11 @ McNeese State _____________________ W, 7-3 @ McNeese State _____________________ L, 3-5 @ Baylor ____________________________ L, 5-7 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 6-0 Texas Wesleyan _______________________ W, 9-3 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 3-1 Northwestern State __________________ L, 8-10 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 6-3 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 3-6 UTSA ______________________________ W, 13-0 UTSA _______________________________ W, 4-3 UTSA ______________________________ W, 14-7 Lamar*______________________________ L, 3-5 Texas State* _________________________ L, 0-4

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- SLC Tournament Champions - NCAA Tournament @ Louisiana Tech______________________ W, 7-2 @ Louisiana Tech_____________________ W, 10-4 @ Louisiana Tech______________________ L, 4-5 @ #23 Baylor ________________________ L, 4-17 Kansas State ________________________ L, 3-13 Oral Roberts _________________________ W, 7-5 Texas A&M__________________________ L, 3-14 vs. Oral Roberts ____________________ L, 7-8 (11) vs. Texas Tech _______________________ L, 7-15 vs. Dallas Baptist ______________________ L, 1-9 vs. #11 Arkansas _____________________ L, 4-12 @ #24 Hawai’i _______________________ W, 15-9 vs. Washington _______________________ L, 5-6 vs. #11 Arkansas ______________________ L, 3-5 vs. #11 Arkansas ______________________ L, 1-7 Baylor ______________________________ L, 4-9 UNC-Asheville ________________________ L, 3-4 Northwestern State __________________ W, 10-9 Northwestern State __________________ W, 14-1 Northwestern State ___________________ W, 6-1 #21 Oklahoma _______________________ L, 0-8 @ Louisiana-Monroe__________________ W, 10-4 @ Oklahoma State ____________________ L, 3-8 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 9-4 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 9-4 Nicholls State ________________________ W, 7-3 @ Oral Roberts ______________________ L, 1-13 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 6-0 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 2-0 @ Stephen F. Austin ___________________ W, 5-3 @ #16 Oklahoma______________________ L, 3-4 Lamar _____________________________ L, 3-10 Lamar ______________________________ L, 0-7 Lamar ______________________________ L, 5-8 @ #6 Texas ___________________________ W, 6-3 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 3-10 @ McNeese State ____________________ W, 19-5 @ McNeese State ____________________ L, 0-10 Hawai’i-Hilo__________________________ W, 6-3 Hawai’i-Hilo__________________________ W, 7-4 UTSA _______________________________ L, 2-5 UTSA _______________________________ L, 0-7 UTSA _______________________________ W, 5-3 TCU _______________________________ L, 6-16 @ Southeastern Louisiana _____________ W, 10-8 @ Southeastern Louisiana ______________ L, 7-9 @ Southeastern Louisiana _____________ L, 4-11 @ Baylor ___________________________ L, 5-14 Sam Houston State ____________________ L, 4-9 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 7-6 Sam Houston State ____________________ W, 9-3 @ Texas State_________________________ W, 7-5 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 5-6 @ Texas State_________________________ L, 0-6 @ TCU ______________________________ L, 5-8 @ Dallas Baptist ___________________ L, 5-9 (10) Dallas Baptist _______________________ W, 10-7 Dallas Baptist _______________________ W, 13-3 vs. Texas State* _______________________ L, 3-9 vs. McNeese State* ____________________ W, 5-1 vs. UTSA* ____________________________ W, 2-1 @ Lamar* ________________________ W, 8-7 (10) vs. Northwestern State* ________________ W, 8-2 @ #3 Texas (NCAA) ____________________ L, 1-9 vs. North Carolina State (NCAA) _______ L, 5-6 (10)

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OUR MISSION

The University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research, teaching, and public service institution whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence. The University is committed to the promotion of lifelong learning through its academic and continuing education programs and to the formation of good citizenship through its community service learning programs. The diverse student body shares a wide range of cultural values and the University community fosters unity of purpose and cultivates mutual respect.

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The University fosters an active learning environment for its 25,000 students, who pursue more than 180 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees with 10 colleges and schools. ● Architecture ● Business ● Education ● Engineering ● Honors College ● Liberal Arts ● Nursing ● Science ● Social Work ● Urban and Public Affairs www.utamavs.com

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WHERE WE RANK

● In America’s Best Archi-

tecture & Design Schools for 2008, Design Intelligence ranked the School of Architecture’s graduate architecture program second in the South.

● The Marketing Depart-

ment ranks 27th worldwide in the latest American Marketing Association ratings in the Journal of Marketing.

● Since 2003, enrollment at

the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center has skyrocketed from 596 to 1,288. Located in downtown Fort Worth, the center offers graduate, undergraduate and continuing education program tailored to the working professional.

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BY THE NUMBERS

● 78 Bachelors ● 74 Masters ● 33 Doctoral Enrollment ● 26,500 total

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● 18,999 undergraduate ● 6,071 graduate Student Body: ● 47 percent White ● 15.2 percent Hispanic ● 13.8 percent African American ● 10.6 percent International ● 10.6 percent Asian ● 2.3 percent Other ● 0.5 percent American Indian

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The University encompasses 420 acres and includes more than 100 buildings, some dating from 1919. In the past five years, the construction or renovation of more than a dozen buildings has added 1.2 million square feet to the physical plant. ● Construction began in 2008 on the $150 million Engineering Research Complex, which will forge innovative partnerships between engineering and science. Other projects include the Civil Engineering Laboratory Building, which opened in August 2008, and an expansion of the Engineering Lab Building. ● The School of Nursing’s Smart Hospital provides 13,000 square feet of space for student nurses to use cutting-edge learning technology. The facility features more than 30 full-body patient simulators in a 23-bed simulated hospital environment. ● UT Arlington’s purchases from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) ranked 12th among state agencies in Texas last year. HUB purchases accounted for almost a third of the Universities total expenditures.

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MAVERICK ACTIVITIES CENTER

● 20,000 sq. ft. weight and

fitness room (80+ pieces of cardio equipment, 4 circuit training units & free weight area

● 4 multipurpose rooms -

yoga, martial arts, aerobics, and more.

● 10 Badminton courts ● Game room which includes table tennis

● Social corridor with group seating and activity viewing

● Internet café with juice

● 5 Indoor basketball courts

bar (wired and wireless connection)

● 9 Volleyball courts

● Men’s and women’s health

● Indoor soccer gymnasium ● 2 Indoor tracks - 1/16 mile

club style locker rooms

● Wellness resource center

and 1/9 mile

● Conference rooms

● 5 Racquetball courts

● Climbing wall

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The Maverick Activities Center (MAC), a $34.5 million recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes:

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SPECIAL EVENTS CENTER

● Approximately 200,000 square feet

● Seating Capacity: 6,600 ●Cost: Approximately $73 million

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● Construction: Designed

to achieve LEED Silver Certification, continuing UT Arlington’s commitment to sustainable development

● Construction Time: Ap-

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS

● Arlington is a city in Tarrant County, within the Dallas-

● Located approximately 12 miles east of downtown

Fort Worth and 20 miles west of downtown Dallas, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers’ Ballpark in Arlington and the theme parks Six Flags Over Texas and the newly completed Cowboys Stadium.

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Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. According to a U.S. Census Bureau release, Arlington has an estimated population of 371,038. Arlington is the 7th largest city in Texas and the 50th largest city in the United States.

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DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM

● America’s team has moved its location to Arlington

with the completion of Cowboys Stadium, just 2.5 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● Besides hosting 10 preseason and regular season

Cowboys games, Cowboys Stadium will be the centerpiece of excitement with the following sporting events taking place during 2009-10, 2009 Gold Cup (July 19), World Football Challenge (July 26), Oklahoma vs. BYU (Sept. 5), Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Oct. 3), Baylor vs. Texas Tech (Nov. 28), Big 12 Football Championship Game (Dec. 5), North Carolina vs. Texas - College Basketball (Dec. 19), AT&T Cotton Bowl (Jan. 2) and the 2010 NBA All-Star Game (Feb. 14).

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium site covers 73 total acres. ● Stadium is 3 million square feet. ● Roof structure is 660,800 sq. ft. (one of the largest in the world). ● Approximate capacity of up to 100,000 fans. ● Largest retractable end zone doors in the world (120’X180’). ● Largest scoreboard in the world measuring at 72 ft. tall by 160 ft. wide (sideline boards) while fans in the end zones will view boards measuring 27 ft. tall by 48 ft. wide.

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RANGERS BALLPARK IN ARLINGTON

located just 3.8 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● From the exterior to the interior many ideas from other

past ballparks were used when building the ballpark. As fans approach the ballpark, it resembles Ebbets Field with its red brick facade and arches. Once inside the ballpark, a brick Walk of Fame containing information and rosters of every Texas Rangers team extends around the entire facility. The Rangers home field is the only retro ballpark built that is enclosed as over 48,000 seats and four story office complex surround the playing field.

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● The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was built in 1994,

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium opened April 11, 1994 ● Capacity: 48,911 ● Cost: $191 million ● Hosted Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1995 ● Kenny Rogers perfect game on June 28, 1994 ● Ian Kinsler hits for the cycle and has six hits on Apr. 15, 2009 ● Previous stadium, Arlington Stadium, existed just a quarter of a mile from new stadium. Rangers played in Arlington Stadium from 1972-1993.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER

â—? The Metroplex features five major professional sports teams and also has five professional/minor league franchises, including the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders, Fort Worth Cats, Grand Prairie AirHogs, Texas Brahmas and the Texas Tornado. â—? The NBA All-Star Festivities will be held in Dallas in 2010. The game is expected to set a world record for the highest attendance at a single basketball game with a crowd expected crowd of nearly 100,000 fans. All-Star Saturday will take place at the American Airlines Center.

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Dallas MAVERICKS

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Dallas STARS

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â—? Texas Motor Speedway opened in 1996 and was a $250 million project. The facility seats 191,122 fans, including 144 suites. The track is 1.5 miles (oval).

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â—? The Metroplex is a convenient travel destination with two airports (Dallas Fort Worth International Airport & Love Field Airport) within 25 miles of UT Arlington. DFW Airport is located 16 miles from campus while Dallas Love Field Airport is 24 miles from the university. DFW connects directly with 133 US markets and 36 international destinations. By 2010, DFW is expected to serve 100 million passengers a year. Love Field is the primary hub of Southwest Airlines and serves six million passengers annually.

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UTA CAMPUS LIFE

● UT Arlington has become a first-choice university for students seeking a traditional college experience. With 300 campus organizations to choose from, students find it easy to become active participants in the Maverick community. ● With almost 4,300 students living on campus, UTA provides a robust learning atmosphere. More than 400 live in Kalpana Chawla Hall, which houses the University’s residential living/learning program. 174

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ailed as the ideal person to lead The University of Texas at Arlington into a new era of prominence, James D. Spaniolo was appointed the University’s seventh president in November 2003 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents.

President Spaniolo’s experience in higher education, law, philanthropy, politics and journalism make him uniquely qualified to lead a comprehensive teaching, research and public service institution like UT Arlington. With an enrollment of more than 25,000 students, UT Arlington is the third largest of the 15 institutions in the U.T. System and offers 90 baccalaureate, 74 master’s and 34 doctoral degrees. With a continued focus on technology transfer and economic development, UT Arlington is solidifying its status as a leading research university in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the state and the nation. During the 2002 fiscal year, the University received a 39-percent increase in externally-funded awards over the preceding year. Before coming to UTA, President Spaniolo was dean of Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences. As dean from 1996-2003, he oversaw an enrollment increase of more than 1,000 students and helped establish the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law by raising more than $3.5 million. He forged a partnership with a newspaper corporation in Mexico and strengthened alumni outreach. He was also a professor in the School of Journalism and taught courses on the First Amendment and communications law.

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Before joining Knight Foundation, President Spaniolo was a newspaper executive and lawyer with Knight-Ridder for more than a decade. He was vice president of human resources and assistant to the publisher at the Detroit Free Press and general executive and general counsel at The Miami Herald. He began his legal career with the Miami law firm of Paul & Thomson, which represented The Herald, and later served as associate general counsel of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, where he established the organization’s legal department. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the 5th and 11th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

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2003-2004 Dr. Charles Sorber (Interim) 1995-2003 Dr. Robert Witt 1992-1995 Dr. Ryan Amacher 1972-1992 Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman 1968-1972 Dr. Frank Harrison 1959-1968 Dr. Jack Royce Woolf 1946-1959 Dr. E.H. Hereford 1923-1946 Dean Edward Everett Davis 1917-1923 Dean Myron L. Williams 1916-1917 John B. Dodson 1913-1916 H.K. Taylor 1902-1913 James McCoy Carlisle 1895-1902 Lee Morgan Hammond 1895-1902 William H. Trimble Arlington College, 1895-1902 Carlisle Military Academy, 1902-1913 Arlington Training School, 1913-1916 Arlington Military Academy, 1916-1917 Grubbs Vocational College, 1917-1923 North Texas Agricultural College, 1923-1949 Arlington State College, 1949-1967 The University of Texas at Arlington, 1967-Present

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He took office in February 2004 and immediately began building an administrative team and reaching out to stakeholders to map a course for UT Arlington’s future. Boosting research and private support for the state’s seventh largest university are among his priorities.

Prior to his tenure at Michigan State, he was vice president and chief program officer of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the largest media-related private foundation in the United States with more than $1.5 billion in assets. In seven years with the Knight Foundation, he directed a program that included major grants and initiatives to support journalism and a free press in the United States and worldwide. He also served as a member of the foundation’s Journalism Advisory Committee from 1997-2003.

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He graduated with high honors from Michigan State in 1968 with a B.A. degree in political science. As a senior, he was editor-in-chief of the student daily, the State News. Following service in the U.S. Army Reserve, he became an assistant to Michigan State President Clifton R. Wharton Jr. from 1970-72. He earned a law degree from The University of Michigan Law School in 1975 and a master’s degree in public administration from The University of Michigan Institute of Public Policy Studies (now the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy). President Spaniolo has a son, Jamie, who lives in Washington D.C., and a daughter, Sarah, who lives in Los Angeles.

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he fifth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UT Arlington since 1953, Pete Carlon is in his 14th year as the department’s director after serving twice in an interim role.

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Carlon has been with the university 29 years (since 1981), when he came to UT Arlington from Stephen F. Austin to become the head athletics trainer. He served as assistant or associate athletics director from 1984 until he was named director of athletics in May of 1996. During Carlon’s first tenure as interim athletics director in 1991-92, UT Arlington won five team conference titles and was ranked by the Women’s Sports Foundation as the second best Division I program in the nation in terms of commitment to gender equity. During the 1996-97 year, in Carlon’s first year as the permanent athletics director, the Mavericks claimed both the men’s and women’s Southland Conference All-Sports trophies, a first in the history of the UT Arlington athletics program. In 1998-99, UT Arlington again claimed both the men’s and women’s All-Sports Championship and won the SLC Commissioner’s Cup in the award’s second year of existence. The Commissioner’s Cup recognizes the conference’s best overall athletics program. In all, UT Arlington has won three Commissioner’s Cups and has finished among the top three schools in the race for the Cup each year since programs began competing for the award. During Carlon’s tenure, the UT Arlington women’s teams have captured five SLC All-Sports trophies and the men’s teams have won six all-sports awards. In all, the Mavericks have won 50 team conference championships during Carlon’s tenure as athletics director. In 1997-98, Carlon teamed with thenUniversity President Dr. Robert Witt to join forces with student and faculty leaders to spearhead the campaign for a referendum on a Student Intercollegiate Athletics Fee. This student athletics fee won overwhelming support from the student body and was enacted by the state legislature and

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then Gov. George W. Bush in 1999. The fee was the first of its kind in the state of Texas, and serves as a model for other institutions. Carlon has placed a special emphasis on maintaining an environment of academic excellence for UT Arlington student-athletes. Numerous academic support services and programs have been implemented to assist each studentathlete in their academic endeavors. UT Arlington athletics is involved with the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program, which provides Maverick student-athletes opportunities for life enriching leadership experiences, community service and life skills training. During his 12-year tenure as head athletics trainer, Carlon served as president of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association in 1987-88, was a member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) Executive Board, and served two terms on the national board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers Association. Carlon received one of the highest honors presented by the organization when he was named recipient of the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 1997. In 1989, Carlon was presented the Frank Medina Award for service to athletics training and mankind, and has twice (1988 and 1996) earned the Eddie Wojecki Award for service to SWATA.

sion I Academics Cabinet, after spending the last year as a member of the NCAA Division I Academics, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet, the Transfer Issues Ad Hoc Subcommittee and chairing the Division I Financial Aid Subcommittee. Carlon completed a four-year term (1998-2002) on the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports as well as the Subcommittee for Drug Education and Testing. He also is an active participant in the NCAA Athletics Certification process, having served on NCAA Peer Review Teams evaluating 10 other Division I institutions. He served as the president of the I-AAA Athletic Directors Association in 2005-06. Carlon spearheaded a facilities upgrade with the first phase of Clay Gould Ballpark renovation completed. Other facilities that have receive enhancement since 2002 include: the UT Arlington Tennis Center, Allan Saxe Softball Field and the track surface at Maverick Stadium. Carlon earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in 1975 and his master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University in 1976. He began his professional career at Arlington James Bowie High School in 1976 as a health teacher and athletics trainer, and was the school’s Teacher of the Year in 1978. Carlon and his wife, Beth, who is an elementary school administrator in Irving ISD, are both natives of Gowrie, Iowa.

He was inducted into the SWATA Hall of Fame in 1999 and the NATA Hall of Fame in 2005 - the organization’s highest honor. Carlon served a two-year term as president of the Southland Conference and chair of its executive committee. He previously served on the executive committee in two-year stints as vice president/ chair of the compliance committee and secretary/treasurer and chair of the finance committee. Carlon has also served on several committees, including Southland Conference Honors and Awards, Compliance, Strategic Planning, Championships, Officiating and Marketing and Television. Nationally, Carlon has been recently appointed for a four-year term on the Divi-

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ALMA MATER Dear School we love. You are our Alma Mater, And through the years, Our faith we shall proclaim. We are each one, A loyal son or daughter, Our song of praise, Shall glorify your name. Dear School we love, Forever Arlington.

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FIGHT SONG Blue, white, we’ve got the might, Mavericks, we’re gonna field Shout our praises to the sky V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Go big Mavericks UTA Mavericks Fight, Fight Go big Mavericks All the way Mavericks Fight Fight Go Mavs!

HOW A GRUBBWORM BECAME A MAVERICK Hornets, Junior Aggies, Blue Riders and Rebels among long list of mascot names An aardvark as UTA’s mascot? It could’ve happened. The story begins more than 80 years ago. From 1917, when it joined the Texas A&M System, to 1921, the school’s athletic teams answered to Grubbers or the school’s name, Grubbs Vocational College) and Shorthorns (after the campus newspaper, The Shorthorn). Grubbers just wasn’t destined to last, and many didn’t like Shorthorns because that’s what freshman teams at the school’s hated rival, The University of Texas at Austin, were called. A Shorthorn editorial Nov. 12, 1921, liked Hornets the idea of the ‘Horn’ and the ‘Sting’ too.” So Hornets it was—but not for long. When the school changed to North Texas Agricultural College in 1923, the yearbook that appeared in the spring was called the Junior Aggie. This set in motion a gradual shift over the years from Hornets to Junior Aggies. In 1949, when the school became Arling-

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ton State College, the nickname was officially changed to Blue Riders. According to an Aug. 25, 1949, article in the Tarrant County Citizen, “It was felt that the name would be appropriate with the school colors (blue and white), and would allow artists an opportunity to sketch attractive designs for team uniforms.” Except Blue Riders never caught on, either. In 1951, President E.H. Hereford called a meeting of as many sophomores as he could find and asked them to suggest yet another mascot. Rebels subsequently won a student vote, and the fight song Dixie and mascot Johnny Red became intricate parts of the theme and continued as ASC became a four-year school in 1959. The theme was never seriously questioned until spring 1965 when some argued that Rebels depicted a symbol of slavery. Others maintained that it represented Southern heritage. Several votes for name changes were held over the next six years, including one in 1968 (one year after the school became The Univer-

sity of Texas at Arlington) when Aardvarks was the top vote-getter behind Rebels. In February 1970, with Rebels not being one of the choices, Texans won out over Mavericks and Apollos, but Mavericks prevailed in a runoff. The battle still wasn’t over as students forced a referendum a month later, and the Old South theme prevailed again. UTA President Frank Harrison pleaded with students to make a change. In May 1971, one more vote was held. Again, students could vote for any name they chose, as long as it wasn’t Rebels. Mavericks won over Toros, Rangers and Hawks. The first Maverick mascot was a horned horse. In later years it was patterned, sort of, after Sam Maverick, a wealthy Texas landowner who participated in many momentous events in the state’s early history, among them the defense of the Alamo. He died in 1870. Maverick accumulated a fabled empire and inspired the term “maverick” to denote an unbranded calf or an independent person.

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Through a year round individualized training program, players undergo a rigorous conditioning regimen. This program is designed, supervised, scrutinized and implemented by a highly qualified and dedicated certified strength coach. Over the years strength coaching has evolved into immeasurably more than just weightlifting. Strength and conditioning is now performance enhancement. While weight lifting is still a fundamental facet, there are many other important features. Their program for athletes includes flexibility training, cardiovascular conditioning, speed and power development, improvement of self motivation and mental toughness. Not only do these efforts improve the quality of the athlete’s performance, but this program greatly reduces the potential for injury, reduces the extent of many injuries and expedites recovery in case there is an injury. At UT Arlington this is a year round endeavor, in-season and off season. Many of our student athletes choose to spend their summers in Arlington in order to extend their opportunity to train for a championship. We take tremendous pride in a facility and staff second to none in the nation. Every program is

uniquely matched to the athlete and the sport. The strength staff works very closely with the sport coaches to create a spirit of shared goals, consistent expectations and staying abreast of the most current technology and sport science. The strength staff at the University of Texas-Arlington is devoted to the scoreboard results of every team at the University, but, more importantly, we are devoted and committed to the personal success of every student-athlete on and off the field! “Our staff is committed to developing each athlete’s innate ability to the fullest. This includes: strength, power, speed, endurance, flexibility and resolve. We employ the latest techniques, equipment and motivation, as well as traditional principals, to ensure that our student-athletes are trained specifically and individually to be champions in their sport.” - Kathy Wagner, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

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The Maverick health care team focuses on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. Equipment, training, medical and strength and conditioning staffs are jointly committed to health care and prevention.

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“It has always been our philosophy to take a proactive approach to health care rather than just tending to our student-athletes after an injury,” said Roy Rudewick, head athletics trainer. Rudewick, a 1989 graduate of UT Arlington enters his first season with the Mavericks after more than a decade of service within the Arlington Independent School District. He will oversee all teams and will serve as the primary trainer for the men’s basketball program.

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A commitment to total care exists in every facet of UT Arlington’s approach to its student-athletes. UT Arlington Athletics Training facility contains modern equipment to ensure that a student-athlete is treated with care. Combined with the University health center, the studentathlete at UT Arlington is provided a team of physicians and care specialists.

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COACHING STAFF HEAD COACHES

Diego Benitez Tennis

Scott Cross Men’s Basketball

Debbie Hedrick Softball

Samantha Morrow Women’s Basketball

Jay Rees Men’s Golf

John Sauerhage Track and Field Cross Country

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Diane Seymour Volleyball

Darin Thomas Baseball Brandon Berger Track and Field

Zak Buncik MBB Dir. of Operations

Rachel Cisneroz WBB Dir. of Operations

Erin Clute Volleyball

Derrick Daniels Men’s Basketball

Jordan Durham Track and Field

Erin Grant Women’s Basketball

K.J. Hendricks Baseball

Vince Kwasnick Softball

Shane Laflin Women’s Basketball

Marco Matteucci Tennis

David McLeod BSB Dir. of Operations

Christina Melvin Volleyball

Angela Perry Softball

Stuart Powell Golf

Gerald Richey Track and Field

Jay Sirianni Baseball

Fuller Smith Baseball

Lindsey Wilson Women’s Basketball

Greg Young Men’s Basketball

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Tony Burken Associate A.D. for Business and Operations

Adriana Cantu Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Pete Carlon Director of Athletics

Jason Chaput Asst. A.D. for Facilities and Events Manager

Gregg Elkin Assoc. A.D. for Communications and Media Relations

Kevin Fralicks Associate A.D. for External Affairs

Rachel Freeman Marketing/Promotions Coordinator

Michella Gaiser Maverick Club/ External Affairs Coordinator

Debbie Garcia Sr. Associate A.D. for Academics & Compliance/SWA

Gina Giammanco Assistant Athletic Trainer

Julie Homuth Assistant Athletic Trainer

Ashley Lacefield Support Specialist I

Scott Lacefield Sports Information Director

Kristyna Mancias Assistant Sports Information Director

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

John Mocek Sr. Associate A.D. for Finance and Administration

Marla Morris Administrative Asst. for External Affairs

Myke Ortiz Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning

Lorraine Palmer Administrative Assistant II

Rachel Schafer Academic Advisor/CHAMPS Life Skills Coordinator

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Shirley Racioppa Support Specialist II

Sascha Schapiro Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Bill Reeves Deputy A.D./Eligibility Certification Officer

Cassie Thompson Student Development Specialist II Events and Honors Coordinator

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Mishael Berger Academics Coordinator

Roy Rudewick Associate AD for Sports Medicine

Kathy Wagner Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Being a Maverick means being active in the community both on campus and in the Arlington area. With the goal of building leaders in the community, the UT Arlington athletics department and its student-athletes take an active role in community service projects. Among the community service projects include the D.E.A.R. Mavericks (Drop Everything and Read) Program. Student athletes inspire youth from Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Prairie area schools by reading to classes and speaking to groups about the importance of staying in school.

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● Salvation Army Canned Food Drive (Athletics Dept) ● Strikeout Bone Cancer (Softball) ● Reading to elementary school students (Baseball) ● Helping UT Arlington students move into dorms (Athletics Dept.) ● Hatch Madness (Women’s Basketball Charity Event) ● Dig for the Cure (Volleyball) ● Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness (Women’s Basketball) ● Miracle League Day (Baseball)

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In 2008-09, UT Arlington student-athletes and coaches participated in the following community activities:

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2009 Hall of Honor inductees (L-to-R:) Rayla Allison (1972-75, Softball Player; 1983-89, Softball Coach), Jeff Burrow (1988-91; Baseball), Mike Barnes (1964-66, Football) and UTA Head Track and Field Coach John Sauerhage - accepting for Jenny Hockett (1990-93, Women’s Track and Field).

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RAYLA ALLISON Softball Player/Coach 1972-75/1983-89

MIKE BARNES Football 1964-66

JEFF BURROW Baseball 1988-91

JENNY HOCKETT Women’s Track and Field 1990-93

Rayla Allison was a standout catcher for the Mavericks and later was named the fifth head softball coach in the fall of 1984. She recorded a 189-152-2 overall record in five seasons at the helm, and in her final season guided the Mavs to a first-place finish with a 34-19 overall record.

Mike Barnes lettered three years for the Arlington State Rebels while leading the team in interceptions in 1965 and 1966. His 13 career interceptions are a school record. Barnes competed in the 1966 Senior Bowl and was an All-SLC defensive selection. He was a 4th round draft pick by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1966.

Jeff Burrow helped lead the Mavericks to their first SLC championship in 1990 as a starting right-handed pitcher. Burrow owns four all-time career records, including wins (27), innings (333.0), complete games (25) and starts (51). He signed a free agent contact with the Chicago White Sox in 1991.

Jenny Hockett was a nine-time Southland Conference champion and holds school records in the long jump and 55-meters while being a member of UTA’s best-ever 400 relay team. In 1993 she became UTA’s first AllAmerican woman to participate at the U.S. Olympic Festival in San Antonio.

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Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Willie Thomas ______________ FB ______________________1994 Don Easterling _________ SWIM Coach __________________1993 L.R. “Dink” Ford _____________MBB ______________________1993 Charlie Key ______________FB Coach ____________________1993 Gene Schrickel _____________MBB ______________________1993 H.A.D. “Hoss” Dunsworth_____S-A, Coach, Supporter ________________1992 Trey Hillman _____________ Baseball ____________________1992 Ric Nesbit ________________ SWIM _____________________1992 Bruce Tibbets ______________MBB ______________________1992 Al Culton __________________MBB ______________________1991 James G. “Klepto” Holmes____ FB, MBB, BSB ___________________1991 Gilbert Smith _______________TF_______________________1991 Wayne Coble ______________ FB, TF _____________________1990 Dale Drennan _______________TF_______________________1990 Carl Knox _______________MBB, TN, FB ___________________1990 Skip Butler_________________ FB ______________________1989 Theresa Frederick ___________ VB ______________________1989 Howard Payne Shannon _____BSB, TF _____________________1989 Roy Dewalt ________________ FB ______________________1988 Bobby Lane ____________ A-T, TF Coach __________________1988 Tom Tinker ___________ MBB Coach, AD _________________1988 Mike Baylor ________________ FB ______________________1987 Jody Conradt ________ VB, WBB, SB Coach ________________1987 Derrick Jensen _____________ FB ______________________1987 John Schnable _____________ FB ______________________1987 Dexter Bussey ______________ FB ______________________1985 Calvin Lee _________________ FB ______________________1985 Doug Russell ______________ SWIM _____________________1985 Chena Gilstrap _________ FB Coach, AD __________________1984 TEAMS 1977 Softball Team ____________________________________2008 1990-92 Men’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2007 1967, 68 Men’s Swimming and Diving Teams _______________2006 1995 Women’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2005 1980-81 Men’s Basketball Team 2005 1966, 67 Football Teams ________________________________2004 1998 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1989 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1956, 57 Football Teams ________________________________2003

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Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Rayla Allison _______________ SB ______________________2009 Mike Barnes _______________ FB ______________________2009 Jeff Burrow ________________ BSB ______________________2009 Jenny Hockett _______________TF_______________________2009 Gary Lewis_________________ FB ______________________2008 Heather Hoy-Martin _________ VB ______________________2008 Dr. Bill Reeves __________ MBB/Admin. __________________2008 Errol Byles __________________TF_______________________2007 Bob Diem _________________ FB ______________________2007 Theresa Noggler-Fangman __________ VB ______________________2007 Tom Beasley ___________ FB/BSB Coach __________________2006 Paul Renfro ________________MBB ______________________2006 B.G. Wilson ________________ BSB ______________________2006 Brenda Woodard____________ SB ______________________2006 Scotty Caldwell _____________ FB ______________________2005 Gwen Clardy-Ross____________TF_______________________2005 Christina Rudiger ___________ VB ______________________2005 Marvin “Butch” McBroom ___ BSB Coach/Admin. _________________2004 Carolyn Smith ______________WBB ______________________2004 Robert Willbanks ___________ FB ______________________2004 Ronald Hancock _____________TF_______________________2003 Eva Jonsson ________________TF_______________________2003 Justin Rowland ______________TF_______________________2003 Shawn Sweeten ____________ VB ______________________2003 Bruce Collie ________________ FB ______________________2002 Angela Nelson-Martinez ______TF_______________________2002 Ralph McPherson ___________MBB ______________________2002 Mike Nau __________________MBB ______________________2002 Fred Arnold ________________ FB ______________________2001 Ron Barnett _______________FB, BSB_____________________2001 Allen Lowes_______________ TF/FB _____________________2001 Katie Weismiller ____________ VB ______________________2001 Lisa Austin __________________TF_______________________2000 Dick Hill ___________________ FB ______________________2000 Monte Stratton ___________ TF Coach ____________________2000 Jimmy Thomas _____________ FB ______________________2000 Ana de Oliveira _____________ VB ______________________1999 Howard Prager _____________ BSB ______________________1999 Glen Throckmorton _________ FB ______________________1999 Larry Dowler ______________ SWIM _____________________1998 Danny Griffin_______________ FB ______________________1998 Brenda Marshall ____________ SB ______________________1998 Willie Brand ________________MBB ______________________1997 Mark Cannon ______________ FB ______________________1997 Lisa Love ________________VB Coach ____________________1997 Joel McCray_________________TF_______________________1997 Ken Ozee __________________ FB ______________________1997 Eddie Stallings _____________MBB ______________________1997 Sara Massey-Bontke __________TF_______________________1996 Paul “Cotton” Mitchell ________MBB ______________________1996 McClinton Neal ______________TF_______________________1996 Cliff Odom_________________ FB ______________________1996 Judd Ramsey_______________ FB ______________________1996 Mary Ridgway ____________VB Coach ____________________1996 Randy Thorpe ____________ Baseball ____________________1996 Burley Bearden ___________FB Coach ____________________1994 Sansiski Daniels _____________TF_______________________1994 Kathy Gunter-Stanfield______VB, WBB, TF, SB __________________1994

AD - Athletics Director Admin. - Administration A-T - Athletic Training BSB - Baseball FB - Football MBB - Men’s Basketball S-A - Student Athlete SB - Softball SWIM - Swimming TF - Track and Field TN - Tennis VB - Volleyball

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KAREN BORTA News Anchor KTVT-11 Dallas

CHRIS CAGLE Country Music Singer

KALPANA CHAWLA Aerospace Engineer Space Shuttle Columbia

GEN. TOMMY FRANKS Retired General United State Army

TREY HILLMAN MLB Manager Kansas City Royals

HUNTER PENCE MLB Player Houston Astros

LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS Actor

ROYCE WEST State of Texas Senator

Keith Alcorn, actor Jimmy Neutron Lillie Biggins, Vice President for Operations - Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth Karen Borta, news anchor, KTVT - Channel 11, Dallas Theron Bowman, Chief of Police, City of Arlington Chris Cagle, Country music singer Brian Chase, NASA’s Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs Kalpana Chawla, aerospace engineer, Mission Specialist, Space Shuttle Columbia Gen. Tommy Franks, retired General, United States Army Ralph Hawkins, architecture Trey Hillman, Kansas City Royals Manager David Kunkle, Police Chief, City of Dallas Ralph Mendoza, Chief of Police, City of Fort Worth Hunter Pence, Houston Astros Outfielder Lou Diamond Phillips, actor Phil Porter, 18-year Volunteer Social Worker for the AISD Venture School Roland Pryor, Harvard University, Assistant Professor, Economics Vasudev Rangadass, CEO of Net.Orange Gary Trietsch, Houston District Engineer for Texas Department of Transportation Kelcy Warren, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Energy Transfer Partners, LP David Webster, President and CEO of Kinro Corporation Royce West, State of Texas Senator Jim Wilkinson, Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America Morgan Woodward, actor Trey Yelverton, City of Arlington Deputy City Manager for Economic Development

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