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SPRING 2014

MEDIA GUIDE BASEBALL

BASEBALL 2014 Table of Contents Quick Facts................................................................................................... 3 Director of Athletics..................................................................................... 4 Wilmington University at a Glance............................................................... 5 Head Coach Brian August............................................................................. 6 Assistant Coach Rich Groff............................................................................ 8 Assistant Coach Doug Nowell....................................................................... 9 Assistant Coach Billy Crowe........................................................................ 10 Assistant Coach Dennis Walker................................................................... 10 Student Assistant Coach Jordan Johnson.................................................... 11 2014 Schedule........................................................................................... 13 2014 Numerical Roster............................................................................... 13 2014 Wildcats.......................................................................................16-40 2013 Individual Statistics........................................................................... 42 2013 Results.............................................................................................. 43 2013 CACC Standings................................................................................. 44 2013 CACC Tournament.............................................................................. 45 Career Award Winners................................................................................ 47 Record Book..........................................................................................48-58 All-Time Results....................................................................................59-61 Location Map............................................................................................. 62 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference........................................................ 63

Publication Information The 2014 Wilmington University Baseball Media Guide is published by the Wilmington Athletics Department, Linda Andrzjewski, Director. Writing, layout, and design by the University Relations Department and the Coordinator of Sports Information. Editor: Dan Lauletta Layout & Design: University Relations Cover Design: University Relations Editorial Assistance: Dan Lauletta Photography: Dan Lauletta, Tim Shaffer, Paul Patton, Susan Gregg, Mark Tetreault Sports Information Department WU Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 Office Phone: (302) 356-2020 FAX: (302) 328-7376 Baseball Office: (302) 356-6753

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Quick Facts University

Location..........................................................................New Castle, Del. Founded...........................................................................................1968 Enrollment......................................................................................3,300 Nickname....................................................................................Wildcats Colors................................................................................ Green & White Affiliation........................................................................NCAA Division II Conference.........................Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC)

Coaches

Head Coach....................................................... Brian August (10th Year) Record at Wilmington.......................................277-183-1 (140-61 CACC) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Office Phone.................................................................... (302) 356-6753 Assistant Coach - Pitchers..........................................................Rich Groff Assistant Coach - Infielders..................................................Doug Nowell Assistant Coach - Outfielders...................................................Billy Crowe Assistant Coach - Catchers..................................................Dennis Walker Student Assistant Coach...................................................Jordan Johnson Trainer.....................................................................................Chris Stella

Team Information

Home Field...........................................Wilson Field at Jim Sherman Sr. Stadium 2013 Record.....................................................................43-14 (17-3 CACC, 1st) 2014 Captains....................Sam Goines, Nick Marics, Frank Samluk, Jamie Treml Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................18/11 Starters Returning/Lost..................................................................................6/3 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost....................................................................4/1 Newcomers..................................................................................................... 13

Sports Information

Baseball Contact...................................................................Dan Lauletta Email...........................................................daniel.j.lauletta@wilmu.edu Phone.............................................................................. (302) 356-2020 Cell.................................................................................. (610) 613-8262 Website.......................................................... www.wilmu.edu/athletics

Interview Availability Media interview requests for Wilmington head coach Brian August, his coaching staff, and WU baseball players would be directed to Dan Lauletta in the Wilmington University Athletics Complex. Coaches and players are available for interviews during the week around the squad’s practice schedule and after competition.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski Director of Athletics | Sixth Year

As the Director of Athletics at Wilmington University, I would like to welcome you to the 2013-14 academic year. This is an exciting time for the Wildcats, as it is the second full season after we officially opened our facility on Route 40. The new athletics complex will be home to six of our athletic teams, the administrative offices and another state of the art athletic training facility. The facility features a beautiful turf field and outdoor seating for 300, a spacious gymnasium with seating for 400 and additional locker room space. This new facility will enhance the growth of our program and be a sense of pride for all Wildcats. Our athletic teams continue to grow and do well. For the fourth year in a row, the men’s program has won the coveted Restaino Cup in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. This is no doubt a reflection of our excellent coaching staff. This year we plan to build on this success and continue to compete for conference and post-season titles in all of our sports programs. The success of our program is contingent upon the support of the administration the quality of the student-athletes we have in each sport. At Wilmington University we are proud of our strong staff and wonderful student-athletes. This is an exciting era for Wilmington University and the athletic program as members of NCAA Division II. I am very fortunate to be working with an athletic department that has such a fine history and a real vision of what it takes to compete at the Division II level. I am also honored to be associated with a very caring, dedicated and talented athletics staff and coaches and especially our wonderful and diligent studentathletes who work so hard to carry on the tradition of excellence at Wilmington University. I hope that you will take the time to support all of the Wildcats’ teams. Their hard work and contributions to Wilmington University, on and off the competitive field, are to be recognized and commended. It is a great time to be a Wildcat! Yours in Sport,

Linda M. Van Drie Andrzjewski

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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Wilmington University is a private, non-profit university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas. The University began with a charter class of 194 students in 1968 and now enrolls a diverse student body numbering more than 15,000 annually. Founded as Wilmington College, on September 10, 2007 the institution officially became Wilmington University after the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The name was changed to better reflect the emphasis on bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs that distinguish Wilmington University from other colleges as well as to effectively communicate the full commitment and mission of the University. The program of day, evening, and weekend classes serves traditional high school graduates as well as non-traditional adult students in need of flexible scheduling. Classes are primarily offered in 15-week, 7-week, and weekend modular formats. In addition to these face-to-face learning options, Wilmington University offers a wide array of online learning options, including fully-online degree programs and hybrid courses and programs (combining face-to-face and online learning). Wilmington University’s main campus is located near the cities of Wilmington and historic New Castle, Delaware. The campus is easily accessible by air, rail, and bus. Our central location in the northeast/mid-Atlantic corridor of the United States provides students convenient access to the major cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Recreational areas such as beaches and ski resorts are within easy driving distance. Additional University locations in Delaware include the Wilson Graduate Center, Middletown, Dover, Dover Air Force Base, Georgetown, Rehoboth Beach, and North Wilmington. In New Jersey, Wilmington University offers programs on Burlington County College and Cumberland County College campuses and the Joint Base Education Center for McGuire AFB/Fort Dix/Lakehurst Naval Air Station, in addition to a selection of courses offered at Salem Community College. In Maryland, select Wilmington University teacher-education degree programs are available at Cecil College’s Elkton location. Wilmington University generally serves commuter students and does not provide student housing facilities. However, the University welcomes all qualified students and assists those needing living accommodations by providing a listing of nearby rental opportunities.

Brian August Associate Athletics Director

Erin Harvey Assistant AD/Compliance/SWA

Dan Lauletta Sports Information Director

Christopher Stella Head Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Good Assistant Athletic Trainer

Amanda Pupillo Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Clint Robertson Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rich Groff Grounds & Facilities Manager

Harry Jennings Athletics Associate

Nick Papanicolas Athletics Associate

Derek Buckley Athletics Associate

Patty Greene Assistant to Athletics Director

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COACHING STAFF Brian August

Head Coach | 10th Season Brian August begins his tenth year as head coach of the Wildcats. A graduate of the University of Delaware, where he was a standout baseball player, August was the assistant baseball coach, assistant athletic director, and building and grounds supervisor at Cecil County Community College prior to coming to Wilmington University. August took the Wildcats deeper into the postseason than ever before in 2013, earning the first No. 1 seed in for the East Regional Tournament in program history, while also shattering the NCAA era wins record by going 43-17 overall. The team was one game away from reaching the NCAA Division II World Series in 2013, falling in the NCAA Division II East Region Championship game held at Southern New Hampshire University. August has enjoyed some of his most successful campaigns over the past three seasons, leading his team to 113-44 overall record in three seasons. He is currently 277-183-1 in nine seasons at the helm of the Wildcats. August and the Wildcats have also won each of the past three Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championships, advancing to the NCAA East Regional Tournament. The Delaware native has coached five CACC Pitchers of the Year, three CACC Players of the Year, one CACC Rookie of the Year and has been named CACC Coach of the Year in 2010. On top of numerous CACC All-Conference selections, August has also had seven players named to various post season All-American Teams. August was a three-year starter for the Blue Hens, and led Delaware to the NCAA post season in 1996. He was named to the America East All-Conference team in 1995, 1996, and 1997, and was a member of three nationally ranked Delaware teams during those seasons. August helped lead the Blue Hens to the NAC title in 1995 and 1996, and the America East title in 1997. He was also named the America East Player of the Year in 1997, and still holds many offensive records for Delaware. After his senior year of high school in 1994, August was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the Major League Baseball Draft. Brian instead went to play for the Blue Hens, and following his career with Delaware, was again selected in 1997 in the draft by the New York Yankees. August went on to play for three years at third base in the Yankees’ minor league system, garnering MVP honors in the New York Penn League in 1998. August helped lead a Cecil team that finished the 2004 season with a 41-12 record, including a loss in the regional final. The Seahawks ended the year ranked fifth in the nation in NJCAA Division II. His 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012 Wildcat squads captured the CACC Championship and earned the automatic berth into the NCAA Regionals. The 2007 squad made history with the CACC Championship, earning the teams’ first appearance into an NCAA Regional Tournament. Coach August and his team finished third at the NCAA Division II East Regional tournament after winning the CACC Tournament in 2009. Coach August currently works in the University’s athletic department as the Associate Athletic Director. He resides in New Castle with his wife Ashley, along with his three children, Tyler (8), Madelyn (6), and Cameron (3).

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COACHING STAFF Brian August Year-by-Year Results

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COACHING STAFF Rich Groff

Assistant Coach - Pitching | 13th Season Rich Groff begins his 13th season on the Wildcat staff and will continue to serve as an assistant coach. Coach Groff was a member of the 2000 Region X championship team at Wilmington University during his senior season. Following that season he was named as an Honorable Mention All-American and led the team in innings pitched and was second in wins. Groff played his first two seasons at Cecil Community College and came to Wilmington for the 1999 season. During his career he compiled a 26-13 record. His primary responsibilities will be to work with the pitching staff and helps with the recruiting efforts. He currently works in the University’s athletics department as the athletics grounds and facilities manager. Coach Groff resides in Bear with his wife Kelly and son Owen (3).

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COACHING STAFF Doug Nowell

Assistant Coach - Infield | Fifth Season Doug Nowell returns for his fifth season with the Wildcat baseball team. He came to Wilmington University after establishing himself as one of the premier youth and high school coaches in the tri-state area. Most recently, he spent the previous four seasons as the head baseball coach at Salesianum High School, where he went 74-18 and won a state championship in 2008. Coach Nowell also spent time coaching at A.I. DuPont and Delcastle High Schools. Nowell will continue to be the team’s third base coach in 2014, as well as being responsible for the infielders and assist August on the offensive game plan. While his on-field success is noteworthy, Nowell’s passion for teaching the game stands out most. His daily approach to the proper way to play baseball continues to motivate both current and former players, as well as the coaches who have worked with him. His competitiveness is contagious, but his respect for the game and his opponents remains paramount. This is clearly evidenced in his players, on the youth, high school, and collegiate levels. Currently, Nowell is the director of the Delaware Sabres Youth Baseball Organization, and has spent time working with the Delaware Vets/Newark and Delaware Diamonds associations. He resides in Newark with his wife Megan, along with their three children Austin (18), Brock (15), and Camryn (12).

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COACHING STAFF Billy Crowe

Assistant Coach - Outfield | Third Season Billy Crowe begins his third season on the Wilmington University baseball staff in 2014 after a successful first two seasons in which he helped lead the team to CACC Championships. Once again, Crowe will take care of the outfielders and will take over as the team’s first base coach for the 2014 season. Crowe is a local product to Delaware, graduating from Salesianum High School in 2007, where he was an All-State catcher as a senior, before pursuing a playing career at nearby Wesley College from 2008-11. He graduated from Wesley with a bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies in 2011. His coaching career started and continues in his fifth season with the Delaware Sabres Youth Baseball Organization. Crowe coaches the Delaware Sabres U12 team.

Dennis Walker

Assistant Coach - Catchers | First Season Dennis Walker joins the Wildcat staff in 2014 for his first season with the Wilmington University baseball program. He comes to Wilmington after a successful and tenured career at Salesianum High School in Wilmington, Del. Walker will work with the Wildcat catchers, both defensively and offensively. Walker is current completing his 26th career as a health and physical education teach at Salesianum, in addition to working with the baseball, football, and basketball teams. He spent 14 years as the head coach of the baseball team, leading his teams to three DIAA State Championships, four finals appearances, as well as four more semi-finals appearances. Walker has been involved with the Salesianum baseball program for 25 year in many different capacities. Prior to coaching, Walker was a four year member of the West Chester University baseball team as a catcher, graduating in 1980. Walker and his wife, Lori, reside in Pike Creek, Del., with their three children; Kevin (25), Sara (23), and John (16).

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2014 WILDCATS Jordan Johnson

Student Assistant | First Season Jordan Johnson joins the Wildcat staff after playing for head coach Brian August the past two seasons. He helped lead the Wildcats to back-to-back CACC Tournament Championships in 2012 and 2013, as well as to a pair of NCAA East Region Tournament appearances. As a senior, Johnson was named to the ABCA/Rawlings East Region Gold Glove Second Team for his defensive play in center field as well as Second Team All-CACC. He led the team with 20 stolen bases and batted .323 from atop the team’s lineup in 2013. In two seasons, he batted .321 (97-for-302) with 10 doubles, 81 runs scored, and 37 RBI. He will be with the team until he heads to New Mexico to play in the Pecos League for the Raton Osos starting in May. At Dundalk CC: Named to the First Team All-Region XX as a sophomore at CCBC-Dundalk – also named to the All-Region XX and All MDJUCO Second Team as a freshman in 2010 – helped team to a 32-23 overall record and a spot in the Region XX Championship game in 2011 – went 69-for-77 in stolen bases in 2011 in 52 games, batting .364 in 52 games played – scored 46 runs while knocking in 16 RBIs with seven doubles – batted .387 in 47 games as a freshman in 2010 – went 63-for-163 at the plate, hitting eight doubles, one triple and scoring 54 runs – also stole 47 bases on 52 attempts. High School: Three-sport athlete at Kent County High School, playing soccer, basketball and baseball – named All-Conference as a junior and senior for head coach Kevin Taylor on the baseball team – also earned All-Conference in soccer both years at Kent County – averaged 10 assists a game in on the basketball court – played soccer and baseball at Cardinal Gibbons High School as a freshman and sophomore before transferring – named to the Academic Honor Roll as a senior. Personal: Jordan Michael Johnson – son of John and Sandi Johnson – has a brother, John, and a sister, Kimberly – sports management major at Wilmington University.

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SCHEDULE 12

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Mercyhurst Friday, February 21 | Petersburg, Va. Mansfield Saturday, February 22 | Petersburg, Va. Saint Rose Sunday, February 23 | Petersburg, Va. Indiana (Pa.) - DH Thursday, February 27 | Flemington, N.J. Indiana (Pa.) - DH Friday, March 28 | Flemington, N.J. Southern New Hampshire Tuesday, March 4 | Lantana, Fla.

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2014 SCHEDULE Nyack - DH Friday, March 28 | Nyack, N.Y. Kutztown Tuesday, April 1 | New Castle, Del. Chestnut Hill - DH Wednesday, April 2 | New Castle, Del. Felician - DH Friday, April 4 | Rutherford, N.J. Post - DH Tuesday, April 8 | New Castle, Del.

St. Thomas (Fla.) Wednesday, March 5 | Miami Gardens, Fla.

Kutztown Wednesday, April 9 | Kutztown, Pa.

So. Connecticut State - DH Thursday, March 6 | Lantana, Fla.

Bloomfield - DH Saturday, April 12 | Bloomfield, N.J.

Molloy Friday, March 7 | Boca Raton, Fla.

St. Thomas Aquinas Tuesday, April 15 | Sparkill, N.Y.

Adelphi Saturday, March 8 | Lantana, Fla.

Queens (N.Y.) Wednesday, April 16 | Queens, N.Y.

Adelphi Sunday, March 9 | Miami Shores, Fla.

USciences Thursday, April 17 | Philadelphia, Pa.

West Chester Tuesday, March 11 | New Castle, Del.

Shippensburg Monday, April 21 | Shippensburg, Pa.

Chestnut Hill Thursday, March 13 | Philadelphia, Pa.

Millersville Tuesday, April 22 | New Castle, Del.

Concordia Saturday, March 15 | Bronxville, N.Y.

USciences Wednesday, April 23 | New Castle, Del.

Shippensburg Tuesday, March 18 | New Castle, Del.

Dominican - DH Saturday, April 26 | New Castle, Del.

Delaware Wednesday, March 19 | Newark, Del.

Queens (N.Y.) Wednesday, April 30 | New Castle, Del.

Pace Thursday, March 20 | New Castle, Del.

Bridgeport Thursday, May 1 | New Castle, Del.

Philadelphia - DH Saturday, March 22 | New Castle, Del.

CACC Tournament May 3, 8-10 | New Castle, Del.

Caldwell - DH Tuesday, March 25 | Caldwell, N.J.

NCAA Division II East Region May 14-18 | TBA

Molloy Wednesday, March 26 | Rockville Centre, N.Y.

NCAA Division II World Series May 24-31 | Cary, N.C.

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2014 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Yr. Pos.

B/T Ht.

Wt. Hometown/High School (Previous)

Major

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 37 38 44

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

R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/L R/R L/L R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

210 175 190 160 180 160 185 180 190 200 200 195 190 175 190 235 185 180 215 175 175 195 185 175 160 185 195 210 205 225 205

Sports Management Sports Management Middle Level Ed.: 6-8 Behavioral Science Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Business Management Criminal Justice Business Management Accounting & Finance Accounting & Finance Sports Management Accounting & Finance Business Management Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Management Info. Systems Criminal Justice Business Management Sports Management Criminal Justice Business Management Accounting & Finance Sports Management Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Sports Management Sports Management Media Design Business Finance

Brody Tennant Josh Swirchak Jesse Long Christian Adorno Joe Marciano Brendan Fallers Mike Jerminski Frank Samluk Josh Hampton Matt Lopes JR Gregory Jake Wersinger Tim Racek Tory Manfre Jamie Treml Tyler Fries Ray Gambone Jarrett Shaffer Jay Kluka Rob Gore Mike Annone Jon Castro Kyle Lindstrom Peter Monahan Chris Lopez Nick Trimarco Ryan Douglas Tyler Newton Nick Marics Tyler Hawthorne Sam Goines

OF SS OF INF 1B 2B C INF/P 3B C OF RHP RHP OF LHP RHP LHP RHP RHP LHP INF OF OF RHP RHP C RHP RHP RHP 1B OF

6-1 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-8 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1 5-11

Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron (Frederick CC) Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park (Frederick CC) Millsboro, Del./Sussex Central Millville, N.J./St. Augustine Prep Woodbridge, N.J./JKF Memorial New Castle, Del./St. Elizabeth’s Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown West Middletown, Del./St. Elizabeth’s West Grove, Pa./Avon Grove (Cecil CC) Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach Woodbridge, Va./Gar-Field Greenville, Del./Salesianum Maple Shade, N.J./Roman Catholic (Pa.) Edison, N.J./Edison Newark, Del./Hodgson Vo Tech Kennett Square, Pa./Unionville Bridgeport, Pa./Upper Merion Selinsgrove, Pa./Port Trevorton (Cecil CC) Chester, Pa./Monsignor Bonner (Montgomery CCC) Broomall, Pa./Marple Newtown Wilmington, Del./Concord Wilmington, Del./St. Mark’s (Harford CC) Kent, Md./Gunston Day School (DelTech CC) Ringoes, N.J./Hunterdon Central Regional Vineland, N.J./Vineland Newark, Del./St. Mark’s Briston, Va./Brentsville (Frederick CC) New Castle, Del./Hodgson Vo-Tech Edison, N.J./Edison Wilmington, Del./A.I. DuPont (Frostburg State) Wilmington, Del./A.I. DuPont

Head Coach: Brian August, 10th season (Delaware ‘01) Assistant Coach: Rich Groff Assistant Coach: Doug Nowell Assistant Coach: Billy Crowe Assistant Coach: Dennis Walker Student Assistant: Jordan Johnson Athletic Trainer: Chris Stella

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9 | Josh Hampton

Senior | Third Base | 6-0 | 190 West Grove, Pa. / Avon Grove (Cecil CC) 2013 Season: Staple of the batting order in his first season as a Wildcat – set a new program record with 24 doubles in a season – also tied the single season mark with 76 hits – appeared in all 57 games, starting 56 at third base and designated hitter – named First Team All-CACC – named First Team All-East Region for NCBWA and ABCA/Rawlings – named Second Team All-East Region for Daktronics – named First Team ABCA/Rawlings East Region Gold Glove – finished second in NCAA Division II with 24 doubles – finished 22nd in NCAA Division II with 123 total bases – led the CACC with 46 runs batted in – hit a walk-off home run against Southern New Hampshire in the 10th inning to send the team to the NCAA East Region Tournament Championship game – collected a season high four hits at Bridgeport, going 4-for-4 with two doubles – hit a grand slam against UMES for a season high four RBIs. At Cecil CC: Played two seasons for Charlie O’Brien – earned second team NJCAA AllAmerican as a sophomore in 2012 – named first team Region XX in both seasons – played in 57 games in 2012, leading the team to a 36-22 record – collected 85 hits as a sophomore, 39 of which went for doubles, 16 home runs and one triple, hitting .423 – knocked in 67 RBIs while scoring 72 runs – helped the team to a 39-15-1 record and a Region XX appearance as a freshman – hit .411 in 2011 with 53 RBI and 65 runs scored in 52 games – hit 26 doubles and had 13 home runs as a freshman. High School: Three year letterwinner at Avon Grove under head coach Tim Rector – played shortstop and outfield – named All-Ches-Mont during his tenure in high school. Personal: Josh Ryan Hampton – son of Sandra Hampton – has an older brother, Jeremy – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University – his favorite all-time athlete is Chipper Jones – if he could date a celebrity, it would be Mila Kunis – he considers his mom his hero because “she is the strongest person I know”.

Season 2013 Total

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Avg. .328 .328

GP-GS 57-56 57-56

AB 232 232

R 40 40

H 76 76

2B 24 24

3B 4 4

HR 5 5

RBI 46 46

BB 20 20

SO 31 31

SB-A 7-7 7-7

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25 | Kyle Lindstrom

Senior | Outfield | 6-1 | 185 Kent, Md. / Gunston Day School (Del Tech CC) 2013 Season: Appeared in 38 games as a junior in his first season with the Wildcats, making 19 starts as an outfielder and designated hitter – collected a season high three hits in three separate games, going 3-for-4 against Franklin Pierce, 3-for-5 with a double, a triple, and four RBI at USciences, and 3-for-5 with his lone home run of the season against Kutztown – also appeared in three games on the mound, striking out two batters against West Chester in 1.1 innings of work – also appeared at Delaware and against UMES. At Del Tech CC: Played two seasons at Del Tech CC as a third basemen, outfielder and pitcher – batted .233 in 2012 with 14 RBI and 17 runs scored. High School: Four year letterwinner in basletball and three year letterwinner in golf at Gunston Day School – earned first team All-ESIAC and All-Tournament as a junior for both basketball and golf – also played three years of Juniors Hockey, including one year in Junior A for the Washington Junior Nationals – National Honors Society member Personal: Kyle Rogers Lindstrom – son of Duane Lindstrom and Lisa Falls – has three siblings, Corey, Katie and Alex, as well as three half-sisters, Meghan Logullo, Tessa Logullo and Emma Logullo – mother, Lisa Falls, participated in track and cross county in college – majoring in business management at Wilmington University – the most played song on his iPod is Jason Aldean’s “Dirt Road Anthem” – if he could be anyone for a day, he would be Alex Ovechkin – his favorite cartoon character is Leonardo from The Ninja Turtles.

Season 2013 Total

Avg. .328 .328

GP-GS 57-56 57-56

AB 232 232

R 40 40

H 76 76

2B 24 24

3B 4 4

HR 5 5

RBI 46 46

BB 20 20

SO 31 31

SB-A 7-7 7-7

Season 2013 Total

ERA 2.45 2.45

W-L 1-0 1-0

App 3 3

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

Sho 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0

IP 3.2 3.2

H 1 1

R 1 1

ER 1 1

BB 0 0

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5 | Joe Marciano

Senior | First Base | 6-0 | 180 Woodbridge, N.J. / JFK Memorial 2013 Season: Appeared in 49 games as a junior, making 43 starts at first base and three starts as the designated hitter – named to the CACC All-Tournament Team – batted 5-for-9 with four RBI and two runs scored in three games during the CACC Tournament – batted 3-for-3 with a double, a triple, four RBI, and a run scored against Chestnut Hill in the CACC Tournament Championship game – also knocked in four runners with a 3-for-4 performance against Caldwell, hitting two doubles – batted 6-for-9 with five runs scored, and three RBI in a doubleheader against Bloomfield – hit his lone home run of the year against USciences, a two run shot to right field on March 20. 2012 Season: Appeared in 27 games as a sophomore, making nine starts at first base – team went 6-3 in nine starts at first base – hit lone double of the season against Chestnut Hill, going 1-for-2 with a run scored – scored a season high two runs against Saint Rose in Florida. 2011 Season: Appeared in 19 games as a freshman, making 10 starts – started seven games at second base and three games as the team’s designated hitter – team went 7-0 when he started at second base – collected first collegiate hit at Palm Beach Atlantic, going 1-for-4 – went 1-for-3 with two RBI at St. Thomas (Fla.) – scored season high two runs against Bloomfield in Florida, and at Lynn. High School: Four-year letterwinner as a middle infielder at John F. Kennedy Memorial High School – helped team with the 2009 Group 3 New Jersey State Championship as a junior – named All-Division as a junior and a senior while picking up First Team All-Group 3 and Second Team AllConference honors in 2009 – also played basketball all four years at John F. Kennedy as a guard – named All-Division each of his final three division (2008-10) and earned Second Team All-Conference as a senior. Personal: Joseph John Marciano – son of Joe and Allison Marciano – is the middle child with two siblings, Vinny and Sydney – criminal justice major at Wilmington with aspirations of becoming a New Jersey State Police officer – if he could coach a team for a year, he would choose the Notre Dame football team – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Samantha Ponder – if he could have the perfect meal prepared it would be steak with corn on the cob and his mom’s chicken and rice.

Season 2011 2012 2013 Total

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Avg. .147 .143 .287 .240

GP-GS 19-10 27-9 49-46 95-65

AB 34 42 157 233

R 7 7 27 41

H 5 6 45 56

2B 0 1 10 11

3B 0 0 4 4

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 5 5 36 46

BB 4 3 21 28

SO 9 12 25 46

SB-A 0-2 1-2 6-8 7-12

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37 | Nick Marics

Senior | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-2 | 205 Edison, N.J. / Edison 2013 Season: Led the team with a program record 31 appearances out of the pen as the team’s closer – broke the program record for appearances on the mound in a career – ranked 26th in NCAA Division II in saves with eight – fifth on the team with a 2.38 ERA in 34 innings – struck out 26 batters while only allowing seven walks – named First Team All-CACC – threw a season high 2.2 innings at Dominican on March 15 – tossed at least two innings in four appearances as a junior, including against Southern New Hampshire in the NCAA East Region Tournament, earning the win to send the team to the championship game – struck out a season’s best three batters in two innings of work against St. Thomas Aquinas in his first appearance of the year – the team went 25-6 in games he appeared in. 2012 Season: Appeared in 28 games out of the pen as a sophomore, primarily as the setup man in the eighth inning – recorded lone save of the season against Caldwell on April 29 – picked up first win of the season against Molloy in Florida, while also earning wins at Chestnut Hill and against Millersville – struck out a season high two batters against Post and Kutztown, both in one inning of work – team went 19-9 in his 28 games. 2011 Season: Appeared in 19 games out of the pen as a freshman – recorded first career save and only of the season in two innings of work against Mansfield on March 22 – struck out a season high three batters in 1.2 innings of work against Dominican – also struck out two batters against Southern New Hampshire in first collegiate appearance. High School: Two year letterwinner at Edison High School as a pitcher and first baseman – named to the All-Conference team both varsity seasons – also named All-Middlesex County member both seasons and earned Third Team All-State as a senior in 2010 – helped team to a 30-25 overall record in two seasons. Personal: Nicholas Jacob Marics – son of Jeffrey Marics and Christine Vardaro – sports management major at Wilmington with aspirations of becoming a high school athletic director – has an older sister, Christy – the most played song on his iPod is “Around the World” by Red Hot Chili Peppers – his favorite movie is Fight Club – his favorite professional sports teams are the New York Mets and the Miami Dolphins.

Season 2011 2012 2013 Total

ERA 2.55 3.24 2.38 2.70

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W-L 0-0 3-0 5-3 8-3

App 19 28 31 78

GS 0 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0 0

Sho 0/0 0/2 0/3 0/5

SV 1 1 8 10

IP 17.2 25.0 34.0 76.2

H 15 20 27 62

R 5 11 13 29

ER 5 9 9 23

BB 3 15 7 25

SO 8 11 26 45

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13 | Tim Racek

Senior | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-0 | 190 Maple Shade, N.J. / Roman Catholic (Pa.) 2013 Season: Appeared in 26 games out of the bullpen for the Wildcats as a junior – picked up lone win of the season in 1.2 innings of work against Molloy, striking out four batters – tossed a season high 3.2 innings against West Chester on April 23 – also tossed three innings at Dominican and against Shippensburg – had two strings of five straight appearances without allowing a run throughout the season. 2012 Season: Appeared in 13 games as a sophomore, making three starts – made starts against St. Thomas (Fla.), USciences, and Millersville – pitched a season high five innings against USciences on March 20, striking out three batters – picked up lone win of the season in two innings of work against Post on March 14. 2011 Season: Appeared in 10 games as a freshman, making three starts – picked up first career win in a start and five innings of work against Washington Adventist on March 17 – struck out season high six batters at Palm Beach Atlantic on March 6 in six innings of work – also struck out five batters against Washington Adventist – made third start of the year at USciences – did not give up a run until his six appearance of the season. High School: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Joe Tremoglie at Roman Catholic in Philadelphia – named First Team All-Catholic League as a pitcher – also earned four varsity letters in ice hockey, playing center and right wing – named First Team AllCatholic as a center. Personal: Timothy James Racek – son of Timothy and Eileen Racek – has an older sister, Brittany, who played four years of softball at East Stroudsburg University – sports management major at Wilmington with a goal of owning his own sports business – if he could have the perfect meal prepared for him, he would have chicken parmesan with pasta – if he could be the head coach of a team for a year he would choose the Philadelphia Flyers – the most played song on his iPod is Jake Owen’s “Eight Second Ride”.

Season 2011 2012 2013 Total

20

ERA 2.59 4.50 3.06 3.32

W-L 1-2 1-1 1-1 3-4

App 10 13 26 49

GS 3 3 0 6

CG 0 0 0 0

Sho 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/2

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 24.1 22.0 32.1 78.2

H 17 26 25 68

R 7 15 12 34

ER 7 11 11 29

BB 5 12 12 29

SO 18 11 20 49

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20 | Jarrett Shaffer

Senior | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-2 | 180 Selinsgrove, Pa. / Port Trevorton (Cecil CC) 2013 Season: Second on the team with 30 appearances out of the pen in his first season as a Wildcat – second on the team with three saves – earned first two saves as a Wildcats in a doubleheader sweep against Franklin Pierce on march 2 – picked up first win in an innings work against Saint Rose – tossed a season’s best 2.1 innings against Franklin Pierce in the NCAA Division II East Region Tournament, with a season high three strikeouts. At Cecil CC: Played two seasons at Cecil CC, coming in as a freshman in 2009 and playing as a sophomore in 2011 – pitched in 18 games as a sophomore, going 3-1 with a 4.32 ERA – struck out 30 batters while recording two saves. High School: Two year letter winner in baseball at Selinsgrove High School as a pitcher – also earned two varsity letters on the basketball team as a center. Personal: Jarrett Scott Shaffer – son of Donald and Diane Shaffer – has an older sister, Megan – majoring in management information systems at Wilmington University with aspirations of working as an IT Tech – if he could be someone else for a day, he would be Cliff Lee – his favorite cartoon characters are Tom and Jerry – if he could be the head coach of a team for a year, he would coach the Washington Redskins.

Season 2013 Total

ERA 3.56 3.56

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W-L 4-0 4-0

App 30 30

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

Sho 0/3 0/3

SV 3 3

IP 30.1 30.1

H 29 29

R 15 15

ER 12 12

BB 13 13

SO 26 26

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24 | Jon Castro

Junior | Outfield | 5-10 | 195 Wilmington, Del. / St. Mark’s (Harford CC) 2013 Season: Appeared in 48 games as a redshirt sophomore, making 44 starts as a right fielder and designated hitter – finished second on the team with 16 stolen bases – led the team with 25 walks – hit .227 with a .398 on-base percentage – had five games with two hits – had a season high three RBIs against Bloomfield, going 2-for-3 with a double, and three runs scored – also scored a season high three runs against Chestnut Hill and UMES. At Hartford CC: played one season at Harford Community College as a catcher, helping the team reach the Regional XX Semifinal before finishing the season with a 44-13 record – earned Second Team All-Region XX Division One in 2011 High School: Earned two letters as a catcher for the St. Mark’s baseball team in 2009 and 2010 – helped lead the team to back-to-back DIAA State Championships with a combined 44-8 record during the two years – named First Team All-Conference in 2010 – also played football as a running back and defensive back on the 2010 DIAA State Runner Up team. Personal: Jonathan Angel Castro – son of Juan Castro and Vilma Morales – family member, Joe Morales, played in Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers farm system, reaching as high as AA – has an older sister Rebekah – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington with aspirations of becoming an FBI Agent.

Season 2012 2013 Total

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Avg.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

.227 .227

48-44 48-44

141 141

39 39

32 32

2B

3B Redshirt 6 2 6 2

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

0 0

16 16

25 25

32 32

16-19 16-19

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6 | Brendan Fallers Junior | Second Base | 5-10 | 160 New Castle, Del. / St. Elizabeth’s

2013 Season: Appeared in 44 games while making 31 starts at second base as a sophomore – finished tied for 13th in NCAA Division II with 18 sacrifice bunts and 14th in averaging 0.3 sacrifice bunts per game – hit his lone double of the year at Nova Southeastern, going 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored – also went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a stolen base against Saint Rose – collected a season high four hits at West Chest, going 4-for-5 with two RBIs and two runs scored. 2012 Season: Appeared in 42 games as a freshman, starting 16 games at second base – batted 2-for-3 with lone double of the season at Shippensburg on April 18 – also collected two hits against Mansfield and went 2-for-2 at Caldwell on April 29 – knocked in the lone run in a 1-0, 10th inning victory to open the NCAA East Region Tournament with a single into left field – finished third on the team with nine sacrifice hits. High School: Named to the Second Team All-Catholic Conference for St. Elizabeth’s in 2010 – helped lead St. Elizabeth’s to an 18-3 record in 2010 and an appearance in the DIAA State Semifinals as the second baseman. Personal: Brendan Joseph Fallers – son of Jim and Melissa Fallers – father, Jim, was an assistant coach for Wilmington (2003-04, 2007-13), was a three-time All-American while playing for the Wildcats from 1992-97, and was inducted into the Wilmington University Athletics Hall of Fame – has a twin brother, James, a younger sister, and two younger brothers – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington – one of his all-time favorite athletes is Scott Rolen – his favorite pro sports teams are the Philadelphia Phillies, Eagles, and Flyers – his favorite movie of all times is Saving Private Ryan.

Season 2012 2013 Total

Avg. .273 .196 .224

Baseball 2014

GP-GS 42-16 44-31 86-47

AB 55 92 147

R 18 18 36

H 15 18 33

2B 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 5 14 19

BB 9 18 27

SO 14 20 34

SB-A 7-7 3-3 10-10

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17 | Tyler Fries

Junior | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-8 | 235 Kennett Square, Pa. / Unionville 2013 Season: One of the most reliable arms out of the pen as sophomore, appearing in 28 games – led the team with a 1.82 ERA, going 5-1 overall – recorded 27 strikeouts in 29.2 innings pitched, only allowing six earned runs – went his first 17 appearances without allowing a run, covering 21.2 innings – struck out a season high four batters at USciences in 1.2 innings of work – pitched two innings in three separate games, against Dominican, Bloomfield, and Post, all without allowing a run. 2012 Season: Appeared in 21 games as a freshman, all out of the bullpen – tossed a season high two innings at St. Thomas, not allowing a run while surrendering only one hit – struck out two batters in three different appearances, first against Dominican, then Mansfield, and against Franklin Pierce in an inning of work in the NCAA East Region Tournament. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Unionville in baseball and basketball – was a pitcher and third baseman from 2007-2011 on the diamond – named All-Ches-Mont League, All-State and Ches-Mont Pitcher of the Year through four-year tenure – named to the academic honor roll while at Unionville. Personal: Jeffrey Tyler Fries (pronounced Freeze) – son of Jeff and Wendy Fries – has a younger brother, Kyle, who is a freshman on the Wilmington University baseball team – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington with aspirations of become a State Trooper on the K-9 Unit – if he could be anything other than a professional athlete, he would be a State Trooper – his favorite movie is Billy Madison – the perfect meal consists of ribs, corn, and a Caesar salad.

Season 2012 2013 Total

24

ERA 3.86 1.82 2.61

W-L 0-1 5-1 5-2

App 21 28 49

GS 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0

Sho 0/0 0/2 0/2

SV 0 0 0

IP 18.2 29.2 48.1

H 17 20 37

R 9 6 15

ER 8 6 14

BB 10 13 23

SO 15 27 42

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19 | Ray Gambone

Junior | Left Handed Pitcher | 6-3 | 185 Bridgeport, Pa. / Upper Merion 2013 Season: One of the strongest arms in the starting rotations as a sophomore, appearing in 16 games while making 15 starts – named First Team All-CACC and CACC All-Tournament Team as a starting pitcher – named Second Team All-East Region for ABCA/ Rawlings, Daktronics, and NCBWA – finished 44th in NCAA with a 2.05 earned run average – collected a team high nine wins, going 9-1 – struck out a team high 66 batters in 88 innings – threw a complete game shutout at Philadelphia on March 27, allowing five hits while striking out eight batters – struck out a season’s best 10 batters at USciences on March 20 – pitched eight scoreless innings in the CACC Tournament against Chestnut Hill, striking out five – pitched eight scoreless innings against St. Thomas Aquinas in the NCAA East Region Tournament, striking out five batters while picking up the win. 2012 Season: Started four games on the mound as a freshman, making nine appearances – struck out 21 batters in 27 innings – pitched a season high five innings twice, first against St. Rose and again at West Chester – struck out a season high six batters in his first collegiate start against St. Rose – tossed 2.1 innings without allowing a run and striking out five against Southern New Hampshire in the NCAA East Region Tournament. High School: Two-Year letterwinner at Upper Merion high school for head coach Jason Darnell – helped team go 15-8 and win the District Tournament as a sophomore in 2009 as a pitcher – named First Team All-Suburban One League American Conference, All-Area and All-East during time at Upper Merion. Personal: Raymond “Ray” Joseph Gambone – son of Ray and Dina Gambone – father, Ray, played lacrosse at Towson University – has a younger sister, Dominique – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington with career aspirations of getting drafted into the MLB or becoming a State Trooper – his favorite professional sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Emma Watson – the most played song on his iPod is Don Omar’s “Danza Kuduro”.

Season 2012 2013 Total

ERA 4.33 2.05 2.58

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W-L 0-3 9-1 9-4

App 9 16 25

GS 4 15 19

CG 0 1 1

Sho 0/0 1/1 1/1

SV 0 0 0

IP 27.0 88.0 115.0

H 31 71 102

R 18 26 44

ER 13 20 33

BB 17 29 46

SO 21 66 87

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44 | Sam Goines

Junior | Outfield | 5-11 | 205 Wilmington, Del. / A.I. DuPont 2013 Season: Appeared in 47 games in his first season as a Wildcat, making 41 starts – named to the NCAA East Region and CACC All-Tournament Teams for his play in the postseason – led the team with a .359 batting average as an outfielder and a designated hitter – collected 13 hits in eight postseason games, scoring six runs, and knocking in five – collected a season’s best three hits twice, first against Saint Rose with two RBI and a run scored, then against Chestnut Hill with a triple and an RBI. High School: Three sport athlete at A.I. DuPont High School, playing football, basketball and baseball – named Honorable Mention All-State as a shortstop in 2010 – named Delaware state Defensive Player of the Year and was a first team all-state linebacker as a senior in 2010 – named a second team all-state linebacker in 2009 – fouryear honor student at A.I. DuPont – Academic All-State member – National Honor Society member. Personal: Samuel J. Goines – son of James and Mary Goines – has two sisters, Liz and Sue – majoring in business finance at Wilmington University – his favorite all-time athletes are Chipper Jones and Lebron James – if he could be the head coac of a team for a year, he would coach the Miami Heat – his favorite cartoon character is Arnold, from Hey! Arnold.

Season 2013 Total

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Avg. .359 .359

GP-GS 47-41 47-41

AB 131 131

R 31 31

H 47 47

2B 2 2

3B 4 4

HR 0 0

RBI 27 27

BB 15 15

SO 17 17

SB-A 9-11 9-11

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22 | Rob Gore

Junior | Left Handed Pitcher | 6-1 | 175 Broomall, Pa. / Marple Newtown 2013 Season: Utility pitcher for the Wildcats, appearing in 16 games while making five starts as a sophomore – saved his best outing for last as he started a win-or-go-home game in the NCAA East Regional Tournament against Southern New Hampshire – tossed six scoreless innings while giving up one hit and striking out five batters – earned his first win of the season after pitching five innings at Chestnut Hill on March 23 – also defeated Philadelphia in the final game of the regular season, tossing five scoreless innings. 2012 Season: Appeared in 16 games as a freshman, making his first career start against Kutztown on April 10 – finished fifth on the team with a 2.70 ERA, tossing 20 innings with only allowing six earned runs – made first career appearance against St. Thomas (Fla.) on March 6, pitching 1.1 innings and picking up a strikeout – has a season high two strikeouts against USciences and at Delaware – appeared in seven straight games without allowing a run from March 17 to April 7. High School: Three-Year letterwinner at Marple-Newtown High School for head coach Steve Smith – earned Second Team All-Central League and AllDelaware County while at Marple-Newtown – named to the Honorable Mention list of top 25 pitchers to watch in southeast Pennsylvania. Personal: Robert “Rob” Anthony Gore – son of Daryl and Lori Gore – middle child with an older sister, Brianna, and younger brother, Nick – majoring in business management at Wilmington – his favorite all-time athletes are Tiger Woods and Deion Sanders – his favorite cartoon character is Scooby Doo – his biggest pet peeve is when someone chews with their mouth open.

Season 2012 2013 Total

ERA 2.70 3.82 3.38

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W-L 0-0 2-1 2-1

App 16 16 32

GS 1 5 6

CG 0 0 0

Sho 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0

IP 20.0 30.2 50.2

H 16 32 48

R 7 15 22

ER 6 13 19

BB 2 14 16

SO 8 17 25

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10 | Matt Lopes

Junior | Catcher | 5-11 | 200 Deerfield Beach, Fla. / Deerfield Beach 2013 Season: Appeared in 53 games as a sophomore, making 49 starts at catcher and four starts as the designated hitter – named First Team All-CACC – named Second Team All-East Region for NCBWA – named to the NCAA Division II East Region All-Tournament Team – batted 8-for-18 in five games in the NCAA Division II East Region Tournament, scoring five runs while knocking in four – went a perfect 4-for-4 with a walk against St. Thomas Aquinas in the East Region Tournament – collected a season high four RBI in going 3-for-4 with a double at Chestnut Hill – also threw out 20 would-be base stealers on the season. 2012 Season: Appeared in 29 games as a freshman, making 21 starts as a catcher and designated hitter – started two games in the CACC Tournament and two in the NCAA East Region Tournament behind the plate – team went 16-5 when starting as the catcher – had a season high three hits at Nyack, batting 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI, two runs scored – also batted 2-for-3 in his first career game against St. Rose. High School: Four year letterwinner as a catcher on the baseball team at Deerfield Beach High School – named the Team MVP as a senior and finished fourth in Broward County with a .541 batting average – named to the AllConference Honorable Mention team – also a four year member of the golf team – earned All-Conference Honorable Mention and was the team’s MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior – earned the Butler Scholarship for his work in academics and athletics Personal: Mathew Lopes – son of Eric and Dawn Lopes – business management major at Wilmington and wants to pursue or a career in baseball, or enter the hotel business in Florida after graduating – his all-time favorite athlete s Chipper Jones – if he could be anything other than a professional athlete, he would be a sports analyst – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Kate Upton.

Season 2012 2013 Total

28

Avg. .237 .320 .297

GP-GS 29-21 53-53 82-74

AB 76 197 273

R 10 29 39

H 18 63 81

2B 4 10 14

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1

RBI 6 40 46

BB 9 15 24

SO 8 31 39

SB-A 1-1 2-3 3-4

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8 | Frank Samluk

Junior | Infield / Right Handed Pitcher | 6-1 | 180 Middletown, Del. / St. Elizabeth’s 2013 Season: Started in 50 games at multiple positions as a sophomore – started 26 games at second base, 10 at first base, 10 as a starting pitcher, and four at shortstop – named First Team All-CACC – named Daktronics First Team All-East Region – named Second Team NCBWA All-East Region – batted 4-for-7 with an RBI in the first two games and pitched seven scoreless innings in the CACC Tournament Championship to earn CACC Tournament MVP – tossed a no-hitter with five strikeouts and a walk against Molloy – recorded a season best 12 strikeouts in seven scoreless innings in the NCAA East Region Tournament against New Haven – tallied a season high four hits against Molloy and batted 4-for-6 with a double, three RBI, and three runs scored at Dominican. 2012 Season: Appeared in 38 games as a freshman, making 29 starts at five different positions – made 10 starts at first base, seven at second base, six at shortstop, five at third base, and one on the mound – named to the CACC All-Tournament Team after going 3-for-9 with two runs scored in three games – lone start of the year came on April 18 against Shippensburg, pitching four innings in the no decision – picked up lone win of the year in two innings of work against Kutztown on March 28 – struck out a season high three batters in lone inning of work against Southern New Hampshire on March 8 – collected a season high three hits against Post on March 14, going 3-for-5 with a run scored – picked up three RBI against Philadelphia going 2-for-4 with a double. High School: Four-year letterwinner as a shortstop and pitcher for head coach Tom Beddow at St. Elizabeth’s – named a first team All-Conference member as a senior – named to the All-State second team in 2011 – also lettered in football as the quarterback in 2010, helping the team to a DIAA State Football DII Championship and a 9-2 record. Personal: Frank S. Samluk – son of Stephen and Rose Samluk – father, Stephen, played baseball at Wilmington University – business management major at Wilmington – if he could be someone else for a day, he would be Shaun White – he considers his grandfather, Stanley, his role model – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Jessica Alba.

Season 2012 2013 Total

Avg. .280 .315 .301

GP-GS 38-29 45-40 83-69

AB 100 149 249

R 14 30 44

H 28 47 75

2B 4 4 8

3B 0 3 3

HR 0 0 0

RBI 11 23 34

BB 12 15 27

SO 11 19 30

SB-A 3-4 10-15 13-19

Season 2012 2013 Total

ERA 4.50 2.25 2.50

W-L 1-0 5-1 6-1

App 4 13 17

GS 1 10 11

CG 0 1 1

Sho 0/0 0/4 0/4

SV 0 0 0

IP 8.0 64.0 72.0

H 7 48 55

R 4 23 27

ER 4 16 20

BB 1 18 19

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SO 7 49 56

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15 | Jamie Treml

Junior | Left Handed Pitcher | 6-0 | 190 Newark, Del. / Hodgson Vo Tech 2013 Season: Made four starts on the mound before an injury sidelined the junior for the rest of the season – earned a medical redshirt and the season can be made up – tossed seven scoreless innings with five strikeouts in season debut against St. Thomas Aquinas – Also started games against Franklin Pierce, Saint Rose and Dominican before being sidelined. 2012 Season: Team’s top arm on the mound as a sophomore, making 11 starts and 18 appearances – named Second Team ABCA All-East Region, NCAA Division II East Region All-Tournament Team, CACC Tournament MVP, and Second Team All-CACC – set a CACC Tournament record with 16 strikeouts in a complete game shutout against Dominican on May 10 – then tossed eight scoreless innings in the NCAA East Region Tournament against Le Moyne, a game the team would win in the 10th inning – struck out 10 batters against UMass-Lowell in Florida, and 10 batters at Concordia on April 14 – led the starters with a 1.70 ERA and the third most strikeouts (96) in a single season in program history. 2011 Season: Second on the team with 16 appearance, making 10 starts as a freshman – collected a team high nine wins – named ABCA Rookie of the Year, CACC Rookie of the Year, and Second Team All-CACC – third on the team and second among starters with a 1.92 ERA – second on the team with 88 strikeouts in 70.1 innings – earned first career win in five innings of work against Bloomfield on March 7, striking out nine batters – struck out a season high 12 batters in six innings against Philadelphia on April 6 – also struck out double digits against Adelphi, and Washington Adventist – won four straight appearances, including three starts, from April 6 to April 27, improving to 7-0 at that point – defeated Dominican, 10-3, in the CACC Championship game, tossing seven inning and striking out seven. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Hodgson Vo Tech as a pitcher and an outfielder for head coach Chris Moxley – named First Team All-State as a pitcher and an outfielder as a senior in 2010 – earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a freshman sophomore and a junior – earned District 2 All-District as a pitcher – also played quarterback at Hodgson Vo Tech, helping the team to a DIAA State Football DII Championship and a 13-0 record in 2007. Personal: Jamie E. Treml – son of Michael and Dina Treml – has an older brother, Shane – business management major at Wilmington University – the greatest piece of advice he received was to “respect the game” and “no one is bigger than the game” – if he could be the head coach of a team for a year, he would coach LSU Baseball – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Ariana Rizzo or Mile Kunis.

Season 2011 2012 2013 Total

30

ERA 1.92 1.70 4.19 2.08

W-L 9-1 5-2 0-0 14-3

App 16 18 4 38

GS 10 11 4 25

CG 1 1 0 2

Sho 0/3 1/2 0/0 1/5

SV 1 0 0 1

IP 70.1 79.1 19.1 169.0

H 40 53 21 114

R 17 23 10 50

ER 15 15 9 39

BB 30 20 4 54

SO 88 96 14 198 Baseball 2014

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23 | Mike Annone Sophomore | Infield | 6-2 | 175 Wilmington, Del. / Concord

2013 Season: Was needed halfway through the season to break his redshirt due to injuries in the midfield – first game as a Wildcat came on March 29 against Post, as he went 1-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored – also went 2-for-4 with an RBI against West Chester – appeared in three of the five games in the NCAA East Region Tournament, recording an RBI against Franklin Pierce in the NCAA East Region Tournament Championship. High School: Three year letterwinner in baseball at Concord High School under head coach Tim Hamberger – was the Gatorade Player of the Year Runner Up for the state of Delaware as a senior, also playing football – named First Team All-State, First Team All-Conference Flight A, and the starting shortstop in the Delaware Blue-Gold Game as a senior in 2012 – named Second Team All-Conference in 2011 – earned the Paul Wellborn Award for humanitarian efforts in athletics, academics, and leadership – four year honor roll student. Personal: Michael Paul Annone – son of Michael and Marguerite Annone – has a twin sister Maria – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – one of his favorite all-time athletes is Derek Jeter – if he could be anything other than a college or professional athlete he would want to be a sports agent – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Melanie Iglesias.

Season 2013 Total

Avg. .235 .235

Baseball 2014

GP-GS 11-2 11-2

AB 17 17

R 1 1

H 4 4

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 5 5

BB 0 0

SO 6 6

SB-A 1-1 1-1

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11 | JR Gregory

Sophomore | Outfield | 6-2 | 200 Woodbridge, Va. / Gar-Field 2013 Season: Appeared in 22 games while making nine starts in the outfield, at first base, and designated hitter – hit a double at Dominican, knocking in a run while scoring twice – also hit a double in his at-bat against Chestnut Hill in the CACC Championship game, knocking in two runs. High School: Four year letterwinner at Gar-Field under coaches Steve Denard and Mike Meadows – named second team all-district as a utility player as a senior – named first team all-district as a DH and second team all-district as a shortstop as a junior – earned honorable mention all-district as a freshman. Personal: John R. “J.R.” Gregory – son of Danny and Dina Gregory – older brother, JT Gregory, played baseball for two seasons at Chesapeake CC and two seasons at Wilmington, graduating in 2010 – majoring in accounting and finance at Wilmington University – his favorite all-time athlete is Ken Griffey, Jr. – his favorite professional sports team is the Cincinnati Reds – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Jennifer Lopez.

Season 2013 Total

32

Avg. .241 .241

GP-GS 22-9 22-9

AB 29 29

R 6 6

H 7 7

2B 2 2

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 3 3

BB 6 6

SO 9 9

SB-A 0-0 0-0

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26 | Peter Monahan

Sophomore | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-2 | 175 Ringoes, N.J. / Hunterdon Central Regional 2013 Season: Appeared in 23 games as a true freshman, making two starts on the mound – made first career start against Bloomfield on March 23 – made second start against West Chester on April 23 – struck out a season high five batters in two separate appearances, first in two innings against Franklin Pierce and again against Southern New Hampshire – pitched 1.2 innings against Franklin Pierce in the NCAA Division II East Region Tournament, striking out three batters – picked up first two career wins against Franklin Pierce – Also earned a win after tossing an inning against Dowling. High School: Three year letterwinner at Hunterdon Central Regional under coaches Mike Raymond and John Augusta – helped lead team to 62-26 overall record in three years – named first team All-County and first team All-Conference as a pitcher in 2012. Personal: Peter Brendan Monahan – son of Mark and Karen Monahan – has a younger sister, Kelly – majoring in accounting & finance at Wilmington University – if he could be someone else for a day, he would be Denzel Washington – his favorite professional sports team is the New York Football Giants – if he could date a celebrity he would date Selena Gomez.

Season 2013 Total

ERA 7.16 7.16

Baseball 2014

W-L 3-0 3-0

App 23 23

GS 2 2

CG 0 0

Sho 0/1 0/1

SV 0 0

IP 32.2 32.2

H 36 36

R 32 32

ER 26 26

BB 12 12

SO 30 30

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30 | Ryan Douglas

Junior | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-1 | 195 Briston, Va. / Brentsville (Frederick CC) At Frederick C.C.: Two year pitcher at Frederick C.C – helped lead the Cougars to a 39-16 overall record in 2013, making an appearance in the Region XX Tournament – recorded a team high six saves in 16 appearances as a sophomore, going 1-1 overall – struck out 18 batters in 23 innings and finished with a 2.35 ERA in 2013 – went 2-2 in 13 games as a freshman, making one save and recording 22 strikeouts in 22.1 innings pitched. High School: Four year letterwinner at Brentsville High School in Nokesville, Va., as a third baseman and pitcher – named Second Team All-Conference as a third baseman in two seasons – helped lead his team to districts all four years and earn two regional tournament berths – National Honor Society member – earned two academic letters. Personal: Ryan Austin Douglas – son of Donald and Deborah Douglas – has an older brother, Adam – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University with aspirations of working with the United States Secret Service Counter Assault Team (CAT) – one of his favorite athletes is Craig Kimbrel – other than baseball, he enjoys hunting and fishing – his favorite cartoon character is the Road Runner – his perfect meal would be BBQ Pork, coleslaw, mashed potatoes, and gravy with sweet tea.

38 | Tyler Hawthorne

Junior | First Base | 6-1 | 225 Wilmington, Del. / A.I. DuPont (Frostburg State) At Frostburg State: Played two seasons – helped the Bobcats to the 2011 CAC Tournament Championship and an appearance in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Tournament – led the team with 14 doubles as a freshman, hitting .282 – hit two home runs and two double as a sophomore, while also appearing in six games on the mound High School: Three year letterwinner at A.I. DuPont High School as a first baseman and pitcher for head coach Darren Brodie – named Delaware All-State as a pitcher as a senior in 2010. Personal: Tyler F. Hawthorne – son of Donald and Linda Hawthorne – has a younger brother, Trevor – majoring in media design at Wilmington University – his favorite athlete is Carlos Gonzalez – his perfect prepared meal would be shrimp etoufee – if he could be someone for a day, he would be Gene Simmons.

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21 | Jay Kluka

Junior | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-2 | 215 Chester, Pa. / Monsignor Bonner (Montgomery CCC) At Montgomery County C.C.: Played two seasons at Montgomery Country C.C. as a pitcher for head coach Lou Lombardo – named EPAC Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore in 2013 – named First Team All-EPAC and Third Team All-Region 19 in 2013 – went 7-1 with six complete games as sophomore, posting a 1.90 ERA – struck out 86 batters in 61.2 innings pitched. High School: Was a pitcher and shortstop at Monsignor Bonner High School for head coach Bob Vent – named All-Catholic as a sophomore and a junior in 2002 and 2003 – National Honors Society member – honor roll student – earned Deans List honors. Personal: Jay S. Kluka – son of Michael and Kathleen Kluka – has two older siblings, Michael and Shannon Sullivan – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University – his favorite all-time athlete is Ken Griffey, Jr. – if he could be anything other than a professional athlete, he would be a doctor – his favorite movie is The Goonies – his favorite cartoon character is Captain Planet.

2 | Josh Swirchak

Junior | Shortstop | 6-1 | 175 Manassas, Va. / Osbourn Park (Frederick CC) At Frederick C.C.: Played two years at Frederick Community College in Frederick, Md. – helped team to a 39-16 overall record as a sophomore in 2013, reaching the Region XX Tournament – named Second Team NJCAA All-American as a sophomore – named First Team All-Region XX as a sophomore – batted .394 with 76 hits, 17 doubles, four triples, 37 RBIs, and 55 runs as a sophomore – named First Team All-Region XX and Second Team All-Conference as a freshman. High School: Four year letterwinner at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas, Va., for head coach Rod Hodgson – named First Team All-District and First Team All-Region as a senior in 2011 – named First Team All-State All-State as a junior – named First Team All-District, Region and Area as a sophomore – named Honorable Mention All-State as a sophomore. Personal: Joshua John Swirchak – son of John and Terry Swirchak – has two older siblings, Erin and Mike – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – the greatest piece of advice he ever received was to “slow the game down” – his favorite player of all-time is Derek Jeter – his biggest pet peeve is wet socks.

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1 | Brody Tennant

Junior | Outfield | 6-1 | 210 Ellicott City, Md. / Mt. Hebron (Frederick CC) Prior to Wilmington University: Went to UMBC right out of high school before transferring to Frederick C.C. and playing for two seasons – helped team to a 39-16 overall record as a sophomore in 2013, reaching the Region XX Tournament – batted .329 with 10 doubles, a triple and a home run, while knocking in 44 runners and scoring 35 runs in 2013 – also stole 19 bases as a sophomore – batted .400 as a freshman with 14 doubles, two triples, and seven home runs while knocking in 50 runs and scoring 45 – named First Team All-Region XX as a freshman. High School: Three sport athlete at Mt. Hebron High School in Ellicott City, Md. – four year letterwinner in baseball as a catcher and a centerfielder – named to Brooks Robinson Maryland, Battle of the Countries, and Mid-Atlantic Baseball Classic All-Star Team as a senior in 2010 – two time First Team All-County – named Baltimore Sun First Team AllMetro as a junior – also played on Mt. Hebron’s football and track teams – honor roll student. Personal: Brody Fox Tennant – son of Doug and Sally Tennant – has an older brother, Randy – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of owning his own multi-sports facility – his most memorable sports moment is when he scored five touchdowns in one game in high school – his favorite cartoon character is Homer Simpson – if he could date a celebrity, he would date Hayden Panettiere.

27 | Chris Lopez

Sophomore | Right Handed Pitcher | 5-10 | 160 Vineland, N.J. / Vineland At University of Maryland Eastern Shore: Played a season at UMES, pitching in 11 contests – became the team’s Friday starter, finishing his freshman season with 1-5 record and a 6.56 ERA. High School: Four year letterwinner at Vineland High School in Vineland, N.J., for head coach John Malatesk – named First Team All-Area – named Second Team All-Conference and All-Atlantic City Press – graduated Summa Cum Laude. Personal: Chris S. Lopez – son of Andre and Carmen Lopez – has two older brothers, Jonathan and Kenny – brother, Jonathan, played baseball at Campbell University (200910) – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming an athletic director – his all-time favorite athlete is Allen Iverson – his favorite professional sports team is the Philadelphia Phillies – his favorite movie if Friday Night Lights.

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4 | Christian Adorno Freshman | Infield | 5-10 | 160 Millville, N.J. / St. Augustine Prep

High School: Four year letterwinner at St. Augustine Prep in Richland, N.J. – helped lead the team to the 2011 New Jersey State Championship – named First Team All-Cape-Atlantic League as both a junior and a senior – also a participant on his areas Carpenter Cup baseball team. Personal: Christian Adorno – son of Christian Adorno and Leslie Herdia – has two older siblings, Shyquan Llanos, and Ruth Rodriguez – majoring in behavioral science at Wilmington University – his favorite all-time athletes are Michael Jordan and Roberto Alomar – if he could be anyone for a day, he would be Derek Jeter – one of the greatest pieces of advice he ever received was “hard work beats talent if talent doesn’t work hard.”

7 | Mike Jerminski

Freshman | Catcher | 5-10 | 185 Downingtown, Pa. / Downingtown West High School: Four year letterwinner at Downingtown West High School under coaches Dave Oleszek and Scott Rambo – helped lead team to a 17-6 overall record as a senior in 2012 – named All-Area and All-League, as well as honorable mention All-Chesmont during his time at Downingtown – earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll status in high school. Personal: Michael Ryan Jerminski – son of Mike and Connie Jerminski – has two older siblings, Jerry and Loni Jerminski – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University – his favorite professional sports team is the Boston Red Rox – the perfect prepared meal would be rock lobster tail – he considers his dad his hero because “he has worked so hard for our family and asks nothing in return”.

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3 | Jesse Long

Freshman | Outfield | 5-11 | 190 Millsboro, Del. / Sussex Central High School: Three sport athlete at Sussex Central High School – four year letterwinner in baseball – helped lead the 2009 baseball team to a 20-3 record and into the Delaware State Tournament – named All-Conference in two seasons at third base – four year letterwinner in football – helped football team to two Conference Championships – two-time All-Conference performer as a linebacker, All-Conference performer as an outside linebacker – also earned one letter on the basketball team. Personal: Jesse Ryan Long – son of David and Lisa Long – has an older brother, DJ, who played baseball at the University of Delaware (2010-2013) – majoring in middle level education at Wilmington University, with aspirations of becoming a teacher – his favorite all-time athletes are Mike Vick and Chase Utley – if he could date a celebrity, it would be Carrie Underwood – if he could be someone for a day, he would be Johnny Manziel.

14 | Tory Manfre

Freshman | Outfield | 6-1 | 175 Edison, N.J. / Edison High School: Played centerfield at Edison High School in Edison, N.J. – was a team captain on the Red Division winning team as a senior – National Honor Society member – honor roll student – Scholar Athlete. Personal: Tory Manfre – son of Michael and Melissa Manfre – has three siblings, Michael, Jr., Zack, and Chelsea – father, Michael, played baseball at Kean University and drafted by the Cincinnati Reds – majoring in accounting at Wilmington University – his all-time favorite athlete is Derek Jeter – the most played song on his iPod is Red Hot Chili Peppers’“Can’t Stop” – his favorite professional sports team is the New York Football Giants.

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32 | Tyler Newton

Freshman | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-3 | 210 New Castle, Del. / Hodgson Vo-Tech High School: Two year letterwinner as a pitcher and first baseman at Hodgson Vo-Tech for head coach Chris Moxley – helped lead the team to a 14-5 overall record as a senior in 2013, making an appearance in the DIAA State Tournament – named an All-Conference pitcher as a senior – named Second Team All-State as a first baseman in 2013 – honor roll student. Personal: Tyler Charles Newtown – son of Dave and Paulette Newton – has an older brother, Justin, and a younger brother, Anthony – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – if he could do anything other than be a professional athlete, he would be a physical therapist – he considers his grandmother as his hero because “she believed in me and inspired me to chase my dream and never give up” – if he could be someone else for the day, he would be Bill Gate.

28 | Nick Trimarco Freshman | Catcher | 5-10 | 185 Newark, Del. / St. Mark’s

High School: Played baseball and football at St. Mark’s High School in Wilmington, Del. – helped lead the baseball team to a 19-3 overall record as a senior in 2012, winning the DIAA Baseball State Championship over Milford – named Second Team All-Conference as a catcher in 2012 – also helped the football team to the 2010 DIAA Division I Championship as a junior – named Second Team All-Conference as a fullback and middle linebacker. Personal: Nicholas Joseph Trimarco – son of Richard and Staci Trimarco – has an older sister, Samantha – cousin, Anthony DiFrancesco, played baseball for four year at Philadelphia University (2006-10) – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a State Trooper or working in the FBI – if he could be someone else for the day, he would be Michael Phelps – his favorite professional sports team is the Philadelphia Eagles – the most played song on his iPod is “Aw Naw” by Chris Young.

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12 | Jake Wersinger

Freshman | Right Handed Pitcher | 6-4 | 195 Greenville, Del. / Salesianum High School: Three year letterwinner at Salesianum High School in Wilmington, Del., for head coach Ted Godfrey – helped lead team to a 16-6 overall record as a senior in 16-5 overall record in 2011 as a junior, leading them to the DIAA State Semifinals – named Second Team All-State as a pitcher – earned starting pitcher for the Blue-Gold All-Star game as a senior. Personal: Jake J. Wersinger – son of Dave and Joan Murray – majoring in accounting and finance at Wilmington University – also enjoys playing golf – his all-time favorite athlete is Tiger Woods – if he could be the head coach of a team for a year, he would coach the Philadelphia Flyers – his most memorable sports moment is when he broke his jaw and finished the game.

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2014 BASEBALL TEAM

Front Row (L to R): Nick Trimarco, Kyle Lindstrom, Josh Swirchak, Tim Racek, Brody Tennant, Jamie Treml, Sam Goines, Frank Samluk, Rob Gore, Joe Marciano, Josh Hampton, Mike Annone, Matt Lopes Second Row (L to R): Assistant Coach Billy Crowe, Peter Monahan, Mike Jerminski, Ryan Douglas, Brendan Fallers, Christian Adorno, Jon Castro, Chris Lopez, Jesse Long, Assistant Coach Doug Nowell, Assistant Coach Jordan Johnson, Assistant Coach Rich Groff Back Row (L to R): Head Coach Brian August, Tyler Newton, Jay Kluka, Jake Wersinger, Jarrett Shaffer, Tyler Fries, Nick Marics, Tory Manfre, Tyler Hawthorne, Ray Gambone, JR Gregory

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2013 RESULTS

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2013 CACC STANDINGS

2013 CACC Tournament Seeding 1. Wilmington (bye) 2 Dominican (bye) 3. Concordia 4. Philadelphia 5. Felician 6. Chestnut Hill

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2013 CACC TOURNAMENT CACC First Round - May 7, 2013 #6 Chestnut Hill #3 Concordia

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#5 Felician #4 Philadelphia

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CACC Double Elimination - May 9, 2013 #5 Felician #1 Wilmington

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#6 Chestnut Hill #2 Dominican

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First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

#5 Felician #2 Dominican

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#6 Chestnut Hill #1 Wilmington

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CACC All-Tournament Team Frank Samluk, Wilmington - MVP Sam Goines, Wilmington Joe Marciano, Wilmington Brandon Payne, Wilmington Ray Gambone, Wilmington Robert Hopkins, Chestnut Hill Ray Puskar, Chestnut Hill Brendan Looby, Chestnut Hill Jerry Vasto, Felician Aaron Brill, Felician Tony Blake, Dominican

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Matt Lopes...................Wilmington Luis Gonzalez..........................Concordia Dylan Ebel...............................Dominican Aaron Brill...............................Felician Josh Hampton..............Wilmington Tony Blake...............................Dominican Joe Gallub................................Concordia John Kennedy.........................Nyack Christian Fiorito.......................Concordia Brendan Looby........................Chestnut Hill David Hatt....................Wilmington Peter Martinez.........................Dominican Ray Gambone...............Wilmington Nick Marics...................Wilmington

Second Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

CACC Double Elimination, May 10, 2013

C 1B 2B SS 3B OF OF OF DH DH SP SP SP RP

C 1B 2B 2B 2B SS 3B OF OF OF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Tyler Clark................................Dominican Andrew Camardella................Dominican Mike Shada.............................Post Paul Nitray...............................Caldwell Kris Chatman...........................Nyack Kyle Davis................................USciences Mike Manganiello...................Concordia Brandon Payne.............Wilmington Andrew Nunez........................Caldwell Jordan Johnson............Wilmington Carlos Lopez............................Dominican Oliver Christensen...................Dominican Vic Monteagudo......................Felician Dominic Raia III.......................Chestnut Hill Albert Martucci.......................Concordia Jack Fowler..............................Felician

All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Honorable Mention

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Jon McMahon.........................USciences Jonathan Rodriguez......Wilmington Cole Tobin................................Nyack Micha Winterstein...................Chestnut Hill

Award Winners 2013 CACC Pitcher of the Year: David Hatt, Wilmington 2013 CACC Player of the Year: Luis Gonzalez, Concordia 2012 CACC Rookie of the Year: Brendan Looby, Chestnut Hill 2012 CACC Coach of the Year: Craig Everett, Concordia 2012 CACC Team Sportsmanship Award: Nyack

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AWARD WINNERS WILMINGTON ALL-AMERICANS Jason Rust..............................2007.......1st Team ABCA; 2nd Team NCBWA Cody Holliday.........................2009................ Honorable Mention NCBWA Joe Harris...............................2010................................ 3rd Team NCBWA Mike Godwin..........................2011........... Honorable Mention Daktronics Joe Harris...............................2011........... Honorable Mention Daktronics Matt Umba.............................2011........... Honorable Mention Daktronics Jordan Oncay..........................2012................ Honorable Mention NCBWA David Hatt..............................2013................ Honorable Mention NCBWA

WILMINGTON ALL-REGION PERFORMERS Pete Henyan.......... 2005 Dan Cleary............. 2006 Kenny McGrady..... 2006 Joe Matterer.......... 2007 Jason Rust............. 2007 .......................................1st Team ABCA, NCBWA Brian Testa............ 2008 Cody Holliday........ 2009 .................... 1st Team ABCA, Daktronics, NCBWA JT Gregory............. 2010 Bryan Miller.......... 2010............................................2nd Team Daktronics Brian Short............ 2010 Mike Godwin......... 2010................1st Team Daktronics; 2nd Team NCBWA Joe Harris.............. 2010..... 1st Team Daktronics, NCBWA; 2nd Team ABCA Mike Godwin......... 2011 .... 1st Team Daktronics, NCBWA; 2nd Team ABCA Joe Harris.............. 2011..................... 1st Team ABCA, Daktronics, NCBWA Jodan Oncay.......... 2011..................... 1st Team ABCA, Daktronics, NCBWA Matt Umba............ 2011.....1st Team ABCA, Daktronics; 2nd Team NCWBA Mike Godwin......... 2012.................................................2nd Team NCBWA Joe Harbach.......... 2012..................... 1st Team ABCA, Daktronics, NCBWA Jordan Oncay......... 2012......1st Team Rawlings Gold Glove, ABCA; NCBWA .................................................................................2nd Team Daktronics David Hatt............. 2013................ NCBWA East Region Pitcher of the Year .......................................................... 1st Team NCBWA, ABCA, Daktronics Josh Hampton....... 2013......1st Team NCBWA, ABCA; Rawlings Gold Glove .................................................................................2nd Team Daktronics Brandon Payne...... 2013...................1st Team ABCA; 2nd Team Daktronics Matt Lopes............ 2013.................................................2nd Team NCBWA Frank Samluk........ 2013................1st Team Daktronics; 2nd Team NCBWA Ray Gambone........ 2013....................2nd Team NCBWA, ABCA, Daktronics Jordan Johnson..... 2013............................ 2nd Team Rawlings Gold Glove

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC PERFORMERS Bryan Fitzgerald..................... 2005............................................First Team Pete Henyan........................... 2005............................................First Team Joe Class................................. 2005.......................................Second Team Derek Pugh............................ 2005.......................................Second Team Andy Chunn........................... 2006............................................First Team

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Dan Cleary.............................. 2006............................................First Team Ken McGrady.......................... 2006............................................First Team Mike Mundy........................... 2006............................................First Team Brian Testa............................. 2006.......................................Second Team Derek Pugh............................ 2006.......................................Second Team Bret Urban............................. 2006.......................................Second Team Joe Matterer........................... 2006.......................................Second Team Jason Rust.............................. 2007............................................First Team Brian Testa............................. 2007............................................First Team Joe Matterer........................... 2007............................................First Team Ken McGrady.......................... 2007.......................................Second Team Cody Holliday......................... 2008............................................First Team Brian Testa............................. 2008............................................First Team Mike Wilson........................... 2008.......................................Second Team Jimmy Okoniewski................. 2008.......................................Second Team Matt Gianno........................... 2008.............................Honorable Mention Cody Holliday......................... 2009............................................First Team Joe Harris............................... 2009.......................................Second Team Mike Godwin.......................... 2009.............................Honorable Mention Mike Godwin.......................... 2010............................................First Team Bryan Miller........................... 2010............................................First Team Bryan Short............................ 2010............................................First Team Joe Harris............................... 2010............................................First Team JT Gregory.............................. 2010............................................First Team Kurt Bruce.............................. 2010.......................................Second Team Mike Godwin.......................... 2011............................................First Team Jordan Oncay.......................... 2011............................................First Team Matt Umba............................. 2011............................................First Team Joe Harris............................... 2011............................................First Team Kurt Bruce.............................. 2011.......................................Second Team Jamie Treml............................ 2011.......................................Second Team BJ Janney............................... 2012............................................First Team Mike Godwin.......................... 2012............................................First Team Joe Harbach........................... 2012............................................First Team Jordan Oncay.......................... 2012............................................First Team Adam Soley............................ 2012.......................................Second Team Jamie Treml............................ 2012.......................................Second Team Justin DeLong........................ 2012.......................................Second Team Matt Lopes............................. 2013............................................First Team Josh Hampton........................ 2013............................................First Team Frank Samluk......................... 2013............................................First Team David Hatt.............................. 2013............................................First Team Ray Gambone......................... 2013............................................First Team Nick Marics............................. 2013............................................First Team Brandon Payne....................... 2013.......................................Second Team Jordan Johnson...................... 2013.......................................Second Team Jonathan Rodriguez............... 2013.............................Honorable Mention

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RECORD BOOK WILMINGTON ALL-CACC AWARD WINNERS Pete Henyan........................... 2005...............................Pitcher of the Year Ken McGrady.......................... 2006...............................Pitcher of the Year Cody Holliday......................... 2009................................ Player of the Year Joe Harris............................... 2010...............................Pitcher of the Year Brian August.......................... 2010.................................Coach of the Year Mike Godwin.......................... 2011................................ Player of the Year Joe Harris............................... 2011...............................Pitcher of the Year Jamie Treml............................ 2011............................... Rookie of the Year Joe Harbach........................... 2012................................ Player of the Year David Hatt.............................. 2013...............................Pitcher of the Year

WILMINGTON CACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Bryan Fitzgerald................................................................................ 2005 Bret Urban........................................................................................ 2005 Ken McGrady..................................................................................... 2006 Joe Matterer............................................................................2007 (MVP) Phil Aviola......................................................................................... 2007 Spike Austin...................................................................................... 2007 Jason Rust......................................................................................... 2007 Mike Wilson...................................................................................... 2007 Mike Godwin...........................................................................2009 (MVP) Phil Aviola......................................................................................... 2009 Joe Harris.......................................................................................... 2009 Cody Holiday..................................................................................... 2009 JT Gregory......................................................................................... 2009 Kurt Bruce......................................................................................... 2010 Jordan Oncay..................................................................................... 2010 Mike Godwin...........................................................................2011 (MVP) Joe Harbach...................................................................................... 2011 Joe Harris.......................................................................................... 2011 Kurt Bruce......................................................................................... 2011 Matt Umba........................................................................................ 2011 Jamie Treml.............................................................................2012 (MVP) BJ Janney.......................................................................................... 2012 Kyle Hitchens.................................................................................... 2012 Frank Samluk.................................................................................... 2012 Jordan Oncay..................................................................................... 2012 Frank Samluk..........................................................................2013 (MVP) Sam Goines....................................................................................... 2013 Joe Marciano..................................................................................... 2013 Brandon Payne.................................................................................. 2013 Ray Gambone.................................................................................... 2013

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All-Time Coaching Records Coach Years Record (Pct.) Brian August.....................2005-present (9)..........277-183-1 (.601) Totals..........................(9)..........................277-183-1 (.601) TEAM RECORDS BATTING Games Played, Season - 58, 2009 At Bats, Season - 1,924 - 2013 At Bats, Game - 53, vs. Post University, April 3, 2010 Runs Scored, Season - 388, 2013 Runs Scored, Game - 25 vs. Lincoln University, April 1, 2010 Runs Allowed, Season - 342, 2009 Runs Allowed, Game - 21, at Delaware, April 19, 2006 Consecutive Games Scoring a Run - 72, March 25, 2007-April 19, 2008 4 game current streak Consecutive Games being Shutout - 1, multiple times Consecutive Games Shutting Out Opponent - 2, at Delaware, vs. Bloomfield, 2011; vs. Adelphi, at West Chester, 2011; vs. Post, vs. Dominican, 2011; vs. Felician, vs. Le Moyne, 2012; vs. Chestnut Hill, vs. Chestnut Hill (CACC Tournament), 2013 Largest Margin of Victory - 25, (25-0) vs. Lincoln, April 1, 2010 Largest Margin of Defeat - 19, (21-2) at Delaware, April 19, 2006 Hits, Season - 583, 2013 Hits, Game - 23 vs. USciences, April 11, 2007 Runs Batted In, Season - 338, 2009 Runs Batted In, Game - 23 vs. Lincoln University, March 13, 2009 Highest Batting Average, Season - .314 (517-1,648), 2010 Lowest Batting Average, Season - .272 (418-1,535), 2011 Highest Batting Average by Opponent, Season - .303, 2008 Lowest Batting Average by Opponent, Season - .220, 2011 Doubles, Season - 103, 2009 Doubles, Game - 7, at NJIT, March 24, 2006; vs. Bloomfield, April 3, 2007; at Mansfield, March 18, 2009

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RECORD BOOK Fewest Errors, Season - 49, 2011 Triples, Season - 26, 2013 Triples, Game - 3, vs. Molloy, March 29, 2007; vs. Chestnut Hill, April 9, 2008; at USciences, March 28, 2011; vs. Franklin Pierce, March 1, 2013; vs. Bloomfield, March23, 2013; vs. UMES, April 4, 2013; vs. Caldwell, April 27, 2013; vs. Chestnut Hill, May 10, 2013 Home Runs, Season - 54, 2007 Home Runs, Game - 5, vs. USciences, April 11, 2007; at Caldwell, April 27, 2006; vs. Shippensburg, March 10, 2009; vs. Millersville, March 22, 2007 Extra Base Hits, Season - 157, 2007 Hit By Pitch, Season - 108, 2013 Hit By Pitch, Game - 7, vs. Chestnut Hill, May 11, 2013 Total Bases, Season - 768, 2013 Total Bases, Game - 44 vs. USciences, April 11, 2007 Stolen Bases, Season - 101 (101-130), 2011 Stolen Bases, Game - 11, vs. Clarion, March 14, 2006 Walks, Season - 231, 2009 Walks, Game - 14 vs. West Chester, April 9, 2007 Times Struck Out, Season - 368, 2008 Times Struck Out, Game - 16 at St. Thomas, March 17, 2006 Most Runners Left on Base, Season - 494, 2013 Most Runners Left on Base, Game - 20 at USciences, April 25, 2007 Sacrifice Hits, Season - 90, 2013 Sacrifice Hits, Game - 6, at Chestnut Hill, March 15, 2012 Sarifice Flies, Season - 27, 2013 Sacrifice Flies, Game - 3, vs. Felician, March 31, 2007; at Philadelphia, April 16, 2013; at Caldwell, April 30, 2010; at Chestnut Hill, April 2, 2013 FIELDING Errors, Game - 8, at Dominican, April 14, 2007; vs. Dominican, April 21, 2006 Errors, Season - 118, 2006

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Highest Field Pct., Season - .973 (1,245-497-49), 2011 Lowest Fielding Pct., Season - .935 (1,182-523-118), 2006 Double Plays, Game - 4, at Dominican, March 15, 2013 Double Plays, Season - 42, 2007, 2013 Unassisted Double Plays, Game PITCHING Lowest Earned Run Average, Season - 2.78 (415.0 IP), 2011 Highest Earned Run Average, Season - 5.90 (375.1 IP), 2005 Strikeouts, Season - 381, 2012 Strikeouts, Game - 16, vs. Nyack, April 7, 2008; vs. Dominican, May 10, 2012 Most Strikeouts Per 9 IP - 8.07 (415.0 IP), 2011 Most Shutouts, Season - 9, 2011 MISCELLANEOUS Wins, Season - 43, 2013 Wins, Regular Season - 37, 2013 Conference Wins, Season - 21, 2006 Losses, Season - 29, 2009 Conference Losses, Season - 12, 2009 Best Winning Pct. - .755 (37-12), 2011 Worst Winning Pct. - .447 (1-25-1), 2005 Most Games Played - 58, 2009 Longest Winning Streak - 14, March 10-April 3, 2010; March 4-March 22, 2011; March 20-April 10, 2013 Longest Win Streak from Start of Season - 4, 2009 Consecutive Losses - 6, March 5-March 8, 2008 Consecutive Losses to Start Season - 4, 2005 Consecutive Conference Wins - 12, March 15-April 6, 2013 Consecutive Conference Losses - 4, multiple times Longest Home Winning Streak - 9, March 17-April 9, 2013; April 18-Current Longest Game (innings) - 15, vs. Post, April 3, 2010 (W 8-7) Home Run Cycles - 1, Jason Rust vs. USciences, April 11, 2007 - 2 run HR (bottom 1), solo HR (bottom 3), 3 run HR (bottom 5), grand slam

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RECORD BOOK (bottom 8) No Hit Games (1) Frank Samluk vs. Molloy College - April 9, 2013 at Nova Southeastern (W 3-2, 1 walk, 3 WU errors) No Hit Games Against (#) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS BATTING Games Played, Career - 192, Jordan Oncay, 2009-12 Games Played, Season - 58, Cody Holliday, JT Gregory, Matt Umba, Drew Anusky, 2009

Doubles, Season - 24, Josh Hampton, 2013 Doubles, Season (Freshman) - 14, Mike Godwin, 2009 Doubles, Game - 4, Brian Testa vs. Caldwell, April 21, 2007 Triples, Career - 16, Joe Harbach, 2011-12 Triples, Season - 10, Joe Harbach, 2011 Triples, Season (Freshman) - 4, Jordan Oncay, 2009 Triples, Game - 3, Andy Chunn vs. Molloy, March 29, 2007 Home Runs, Career - 21, Jason Rust, 2007 Home Runs, Season - 21, Jason Rust, 2007 Home Runs, Game - 4, Jason Rust vs. USciences, April 11, 2007 Extra Base Hits, Career - 74, Mike Godwin (2009-12) Extra Base Hits, Season - 33, Jason Rust, 2007; Josh Hampton, 2013

At Bats, Career - 686, Jordan Oncay, 2009-12 At Bats, Season - 232, Josh Hampton, 2013 At Bats, Game - 7, Mike Wilson vs. USciences, April 25, 2007 Runs Scored, Career - 130, Jordan Oncay, 2009-12 Runs Scored, Season - 64, JT Gregory, 2009 Runs Scored, Game - 5, Jason Rust vs. USciences, April 11, 2007 Hits, Career - 196, Mike Godwin, 2009-12 Hits, Season - 76, Cody Holliday, 2009; Brandon Payne, 2013; Josh Hampton, 2013 Hits, Season (Freshman) - 45, Mike Godwin, 2009 Hits, Game - 5, Jason Rust vs. USciences, April 11, 2007; Brian Testa vs. Millersville, March 25, 2008 Batting Avg., Career - .335, Mike Wilson (105-313), 2007-08 Batting Average, Season - .380, Joe Harbach (73-192), 2012 Slugging Pct., Career - .563, Cody Holliday, 2008-09 Slugging Pct., Season - .789, Jason Rust, 2007 Total Bases, Career - 297, Mike Godwin, 2009-12 Total Bases, Season - 138, Jason Rust, 2007 Total Bases, Season (Freshman) - 67, Mike Godwin, 2009 Total Bases, Game - 17, Jason Rust vs. USciences, April 11, 2007 Doubles, Career - 59, Mike Godwin, 2009-12

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RECORD BOOK Stolen Bases, Career - 44, Jordan Oncay, 2009-12 Stolen Bases, Season - 23, Bryan Short, 2010 Stolen Bases, Game - 6 tied with 3 - most recent, BJ Janney vs. Chestnut Hill, April 5, 2012 Walks, Career - 103, Mike Godwin, 2009-12 Walks, Season - 35, Andy Chunn, 2006; Cody Holliday, JT Gregory, 2009 Walks, Game - 4, JT Gregory vs. Chestnut Hill, April 28, 2009; Joe Harbach vs. Nyack, March 26, 2011; Mike Godwin vs. Caldwell, April 18, 2011 Intentional Walks, Career - 7, Cody Holliday, 2008-09; Josh Hampton, 2013 Intentional Walks, Season - 7, Josh Hampton, 2013 Intentional Walks, Game Strikeouts, Career - 129, Matt Umba, 2008-11 Strikeouts, Season - 49, Derek Pugh, 2005 Strikeouts, Game - 8 tied with 4 - most recent, Matt Botting vs. West Chester, March 15, 2011 Hit by Pitch, Career - 36, Drew Anusky, 2008-11 Hit by Pitch, Season - 21, Jordan Johnson, 2013 Hit by Pitch, Game - 3, Brian Testa vs. March 31, 2007; Joe Danks vs. USciences, April 25, 2007; Cody Holliday vs. Mansfield, March 7, 2008 Sacrifice Flies, Career - 16, Mike Godwin, 2009-12 Sacrifice Flies, Season - 6, Sam Goines, 2013 Sacrifice Hits, Career - 25, Matt Umba, 2008-11; Jonathan Rodriguez, 2010-13 Sacrifice Hits, Season - 13, Kyle Hitchens, 2012; Brendan Fallers, Frank Samluk, 2013 Longest Hitting Streak - 21, Cody Holliday, 2009 Longest Hitting Streak (Freshman) - 10, Mike Godwin, 2009 PITCHING Appearances, Career - 78, Nick Marics, 2011-13 Appearances, Season - 31, Nick Marics, 2013 Complete Games, Career - 7, Joe Matterer, 2005-08; Joe Harris, 200911

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Complete Games, Season - 3, Bret Urban, 2005; Kenny McGrady, 2006; Joe Matterer, 2007; Joe Harris, 2009; Joe Harris, 2010 Shutouts, Career - 3, Joe Harris, 2009-11 Shutous, Season - 2, Joe Matterer, 2007; Joe Harris, 2009 Innings Pitched, Career - 251.0, Joe Matterer, 2005-08 Innings Pitched, Season - 94.0, Kenny McGrady, 2007 Innings Pitched, Game - 11 at 9 innings pitched Saves, Career - 17, Jordan Oncay, 2009-12 Saves, Season - 11, Jordan Oncay, 2012 Strikeouts, Career - 283, Joe Harris, 2009-11 Strikeouts, Season - 100, Joe Harris, 2010 Strikeouts, Game - 16, Jimmy Okoniewski vs. Nyack, April 7, 2008; Jamie Treml vs. Dominican, May 10, 2012 Walks, Career - 67, Joe Harris, 2009-11 Walks, Season - 32, Kenny McGrady, 2007 Hit Batters - Career - 26, Jimmy Okoniewski, 2006-08 Hit Batters - Season - 13, Jimmy Okoniewski, 2007; Kurt Bruce, 2010 Wild Pitches, Career - 15, Ryan Lally, 2010-12 Wild Pitches, Season - 7, Anthony Cimabue, 2009; Ray Gambone, Time Racek, 2013 Wins, Career - 26, Joe Matterer, 2005-08 Wins, Season - 12, Joe Matterer, 2007 Losses, Career - 11, Joe Matterer, 2005-08; Bill Cecconi, 2005-08; Cameron Saienni, 2007-10; Steve Messick, 2007-10; Joe Harris, 2009-11 Losses, Season - 6, Bret Urban, 2006; Joe Harris, 2009 Earned Run Average, Career - 1.93, David Hatt, 2012-13 Earned Run Average, Season - 0.00, Jordan Oncay, 2011 Consecutive Innings Without Allowing an Earned Run - 28.1, Jordan Oncay, 2010-12 (27 appearances) Consecutive Innings Without Allowing a Run - 26.0, Jordan Oncay, 2011-12 (24 appearances)

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RECORD BOOK FIELDING Putouts, Career - 1,144, Mike Godwin, 2009-12 Putouts, Season - 359, Joe Marciano, 2013 Putouts, Game - 18, Matt Umba at Post, April 26, 2009 Assists, Career - 407, Jonathan Rodriguez, 2010-13 Assists, Season - 161, JT Gregory, 2009 Assists, Game - 8, Mike Wilson vs. Pace, March 16, 2008; Brandon Scott vs. Bloomfield, April 18, 2009 Errors, Career - 58, Jonathan Rodriguez, 2010-13 Errors, Season - 31, Andy Chunn, 2006 Fielding Pct., Career - minimum 100 chances .995, Mike Godwin (1036-102-6), 2009-12 .989, Jordan Johnson (171-11-2), 2012-13 .986, Joe Danks (635-46-10), 2007-08 .986, Joe Harbach (194-10-3), 2011-12 .982, Garry Wright (672-45-13), 2005-06 .979, Matt Kucharski (174-10-4), 2005-06 Fielding Pct., Season - minimum 50 chances 1.000, Mike Godwin (135-20-0), 2009 1.000, Mike Godwin (302-16-0), 2010 1.000, Jordan Oncay (92-5-0), 2011 .997, Joe Marciano (359-25-1), 2013 .994, Mike Godwin (329-26-2), 2011 .992, Matt Umba (113-10-1), 2011 Wilmington Draft Picks and Free Agent Signees Pete Henyan................................................2005 (Philadelphia - MLB) Dan Cleary........................... 2006 (Amarillo - United League Baseball) Jason Rust........................2007 (St. George - Golden Baseball League) Cody Holiday..................... 2009 (New York Mets, 18th - MLB) Phil Aviola............................2009 (Philadelphia, 35th - MLB) Joe Harris.................. 2011 (Fargo-Moorhead - American Association) Matt Umba........................................... 2012 (Roswell - Pecos League) Drafted players in Bold

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SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Batting Average (min. 75 AB)......Year........................Average Joe Harbach...................................... 2012................................... .380 JT Gregory......................................... 2010................................... .379 Matt Umba........................................ 2011................................... .368 Brian Fitzgerald................................. 2005................................... .364 Mike Wilson...................................... 2007................................... .362 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009................................... .360 Jason Rust......................................... 2007................................... .360 Sam Goines....................................... 2013................................... .359 Brian Testa........................................ 2006................................... .358 BJ Janney.......................................... 2012................................... .358 Base Hits...................................Year..............................Hits Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.......................................76 Brandon Payne.................................. 2013.......................................76 Josh Hampton................................... 2013.......................................76 Joe Harbach...................................... 2012.......................................73 Brian Fitzgerald................................. 2005.......................................71 Jordan Johnson................................. 2013.......................................70 JT Gregory......................................... 2010.......................................67 JT Gregory......................................... 2009.......................................65 Matt Umba........................................ 2009.......................................65 Matt Umba........................................ 2011.......................................64 Runs Scored...............................Year............................ Runs JT Gregory......................................... 2009.......................................64 Jordan Johnson................................. 2013.......................................60 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.......................................56 Matt Umba........................................ 2009.......................................50 Chris Brooks...................................... 2007.......................................48 Jason Rust......................................... 2007.......................................47 Joe Harbach...................................... 2011.......................................44 Brian Testa........................................ 2008.......................................43 Brian Fitzgerald................................. 2005.......................................43 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2011.......................................43 Brian Testa........................................ 2007.......................................43 Runs Batted In...........................Year...............................RBI Jason Rust......................................... 2007.......................................62 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.......................................52 Mike Wilson...................................... 2007.......................................46

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RECORD BOOK Josh Hampton................................... 2013.......................................46 Brian Testa........................................ 2007.......................................45 Drew Anusky..................................... 2009.......................................45 Mike Godwin..................................... 2011.......................................45 Joe Harbach...................................... 2012.......................................42 Matt Umba........................................ 2009.......................................42 Dan Cleary......................................... 2006.......................................42 Doubles.....................................Year................................2B Josh Hampton................................... 2013.......................................24 Mike Godwin..................................... 2011.......................................20 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.......................................18 Garry Wright..................................... 2006.......................................17 Joe Harbach...................................... 2012.......................................15 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2011.......................................15 Joe Class............................................ 2005.......................................14 Garry Wright..................................... 2005.......................................14 Brian Testa........................................ 2007.......................................14 Cody Holliday.................................... 2008.......................................14 Mike Godwin..................................... 2009.......................................14 Triples.......................................Year................................3B Joe Harbach...................................... 2011.......................................10 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2011.........................................6 Joe Harbach...................................... 2012.........................................6 Brandon Payne.................................. 2013.........................................5 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2009.........................................4 JT Gregory......................................... 2009.........................................4 Josh Hampton................................... 2013.........................................4 Joe Marciano..................................... 2013.........................................4 Sam Goines....................................... 2013.........................................4 Andy Chunn...................................... 2007.........................................3 Brian Testa........................................ 2008.........................................3 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.........................................3 BJ Janney.......................................... 2012.........................................3 Derek Pugh....................................... 2006.........................................3 Frank Samluk.................................... 2013.........................................3

Brian Testa........................................ 2007.........................................7 Brian Testa........................................ 2008.........................................7 Derek Pugh....................................... 2006.........................................7 JT Gregory......................................... 2009.........................................6 Joe Danks.......................................... 2008.........................................5 Spike Austin...................................... 2007.........................................5 Adam Soley....................................... 2012.........................................5 Mike Godwin..................................... 2010.........................................5 Dan Cleary......................................... 2006.........................................5 Josh Hampton................................... 2013.........................................5 Stolen Bases..............................Year................................SB Bryan Short....................................... 2010.......................................23 Joe Harbach...................................... 2011.......................................21 Matt Umba........................................ 2011.......................................20 Jordan Johnson................................. 2013.......................................20 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2011.......................................18 Steve Spiese...................................... 2006.......................................18 JT Gregory......................................... 2010.......................................17 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.......................................17 Derek Pugh....................................... 2006.......................................16 Jon Castro.......................................... 2013.......................................16

Home Runs................................Year............................... HR Jason Rust......................................... 2007.......................................21 Cody Holliday.................................... 2008.........................................8 Mike Wilson...................................... 2007.........................................7 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.........................................7 Cody Holliday vs. Philadelphia, 2009 Baseball 2014

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RECORD BOOK PITCHING Wins.........................................Year......................... Record Joe Matterer...................................... 2007................................... 12-2 Jamie Treml....................................... 2011..................................... 9-1 Kenny McGrady................................. 2006..................................... 9-2 Ray Gambone.................................... 2013..................................... 9-1 Joe Harris.......................................... 2011..................................... 8-3 Kurt Bruce......................................... 2010..................................... 8-1 Justin DeLong................................... 2012..................................... 8-3 David Hatt......................................... 2013..................................... 7-1 Joe Matterer...................................... 2006..................................... 6-1 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2012..................................... 6-0 Kurt Bruce......................................... 2011..................................... 6-2 Pete Henyan...................................... 2005..................................... 6-2 Bret Urban........................................ 2006..................................... 6-6 Joe Harris.......................................... 2010..................................... 6-2 Earned Run Average (10 IP)........Year.............................. ERA Jordan Oncay..................................... 2011......................0.00 (15.0 IP) Mike Mundy...................................... 2006...................... 0.84 (32.1IP) Jordan Oncay..................................... 2012......................1.37 (26.1 IP) Joe Harris.......................................... 2011......................1.54 (81.2 IP) Jamie Treml....................................... 2012......................1.70 (79.1 IP) David Hatt......................................... 2012......................1.76 (76.2 IP) Tyler Fries.......................................... 2013......................1.82 (29.2 IP) Jamie Treml....................................... 2011......................1.92 (70.1 IP) Mike Godwin..................................... 2009......................1.97 (64.0 IP) Kenny McGrady................................. 2006......................1.98 (72.2 IP)

Strikeouts.................................Year................................K’s Joe Harris.......................................... 2010.....................................100 Joe Harris.......................................... 2011.......................................98 Jamie Treml....................................... 2012.......................................96 Kenny McGrady................................. 2007.......................................93 Jamie Treml....................................... 2011.......................................88 Pete Henyan...................................... 2005.......................................88 Joe Harris.......................................... 2009.......................................85 Bret Urban........................................ 2006.......................................80 Bret Urban........................................ 2005.......................................75 Justin DeLong................................... 2012.......................................68 Strikeouts per 9/IP.....................Year...........................K/9 IP Pete Henyan...................................... 2005....................11.82 (67.0 IP) Jordan Oncay..................................... 2012....................11.28 (26.1 IP) Jamie Treml....................................... 2011....................11.26 (70.1 IP) Joe Harris.......................................... 2010....................11.02 (81.2 IP) Jamie Treml....................................... 2012....................10.89 (79.1 IP) Joe Harris.......................................... 2011....................10.80 (81.2 IP) Cody Holliday.................................... 2009....................10.66 (12.2 IP) Cody Holliday.................................... 2008....................10.54 (13.2 IP) Mike Godwin..................................... 2010......................9.90 (10.0 IP) Bret Urban........................................ 2005......................9.88 (68.1 IP) Innings Pitched.........................Year.................................IP Kenny McGrady................................. 2007....................................94.0 David Hatt......................................... 2013....................................91.0 Ray Gambone.................................... 2013....................................88.0 Joe Harris........................................ 2009....................................83.2 Joe Harris........................................ 2011....................................81.2 Joe Harris........................................ 2010....................................81.2 Kurt Bruce...................................... 2011....................................79.2 Jamie Treml.................................... 2012....................................79.1 David Hatt...................................... 2012....................................76.2 Joe Matterer................................... 2007....................................76.1 Appearances...........................Year...............................No. Nick Marics..................................... 2013.......................................31 Jarrett Shaffer................................. 2013.......................................30 Tyler Fries....................................... 2013.......................................28 Nick Marics..................................... 2012.......................................28

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RECORD BOOK Tim Racek.......................................... 2013.......................................26 Bill Cecconi........................................ 2007.......................................25 Greg Snyder...................................... 2009.......................................24 Steve Messick.................................... 2009.......................................24 Peter Monahan................................. 2013.......................................23 Steve Messick.................................... 2008.......................................23

Mike Wilson...................................... 2008.......................................10 Matt Umba........................................ 2009.......................................10 Mike Godwin..................................... 2009.......................................10 Mike Godwin..................................... 2011.......................................10

Saves........................................Year........................... Saves Jordan Oncay..................................... 2012.......................................11 JT Gregory......................................... 2010.........................................9 Nick Marics........................................ 2013.........................................8 Jordan Oncay..................................... 2011.........................................6 Clint Kuhl.......................................... 2008.........................................5 JT Gregory......................................... 2009.........................................4 Phil Aviola......................................... 2009.........................................3 Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.........................................3 Phil Aviola......................................... 2007.........................................3 Andrew Ficarra.................................. 2006.........................................3 Steve Spiese...................................... 2006.........................................3 Phil Aviola......................................... 2008.........................................3 Jarrett Shaffer................................... 2013.........................................3

Games Played 1. Jordan Oncay (2009-12).............................................................192 2. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................188 3. Jonathan Rodriguez (2010-13)...................................................186 4. Matt Umba (2008-11)................................................................183 Drew Anusky (2008-11)..............................................................183 6. Chris Brooks (2005-08)...............................................................168 7. Brandon Payne (2010-13)..........................................................156 8. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................146 9. Matt Gianni (2005-08)...............................................................128 10. Matt Botting (2007, 09-11)......................................................123

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Hitting Streaks........................ Year(s)........................ Streak Cody Holliday.................................... 2009.......................................21 Jordan Johnson................................. 2013.......................................18 Josh Hampton................................... 2013.......................................17 Jason Rust......................................... 2007.......................................16 Matt Lopes........................................ 2013.......................................16 BJ Janney.......................................... 2012.......................................15 Pete Henyan...................................... 2005.......................................14 Bryan Short....................................... 2010.......................................14 Mike Godwin..................................... 2010.......................................14 Joe Harbach...................................... 2012.......................................14 Drew Anusky..................................... 2011.......................................13 Matt Umba........................................ 2011.......................................13 Brian Testa........................................ 2006.......................................12 JT Gregory......................................... 2010.......................................12 Brandon Payne.................................. 2012.......................................11 Bryan Woolford................................. 2010.......................................11 Mike Wilson...................................... 2007.......................................10 Chris Brooks...................................... 2007.......................................10

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CAREER RECORDS

At Bats 1. Jordan Oncay (2209-12).............................................................686 2. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................631 3. Matt Umba (2008-11)................................................................599 4. Drew Anusky (2008-11).............................................................572 5. Jonathan Rodriguez (2010-13)...................................................543 6. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................515 7. Chris Brooks (2005-08)...............................................................515 8. Brandon Payne (2010-13)..........................................................423 9. JT Gregory (2009-10).................................................................395 10. Cody Holliday (2008-09)...........................................................382 Runs 1. Jordan Oncay (2009-12).............................................................130 2. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................125 3. Matt Umba (2008-11)................................................................123 4. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................118 5. Chris Brooks (2005-08)...............................................................109 6. JT Gregory (2009-10)...................................................................98 7. Cody Holliday (2008-09)...............................................................97 8. Drew Anusky (2008-11)...............................................................96 9. Jonathan Rodriguez (2010-13).....................................................82 10. Brandon Payne (2010-13)..........................................................81 Jordan Johnson (2010-13)..........................................................81

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RECORD BOOK Hits 1. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................196 2. Jordan Oncay (2009-12).............................................................196 3. Matt Umba (2008-11)................................................................194 4. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................167 5. Drew Anusky (2008-11).............................................................146 6. Chris Brooks (2005-08)...............................................................136 7. Brandon Payne (2010-13)..........................................................135 Jonathan Rodriguez (2010-13)..................................................135 9. JT Gregory (2009-10).................................................................132 10. Cody Holliday (2008-09)...........................................................128 Batting Average (min. 200 AB) 1. Mike Wilson (2007-08)............................................................. .335 Cody Holliday (2208-09)........................................................... .335 3. JT Gregory (2009-10)............................................................... .334 4. Derek Pugh (2005-06).............................................................. .333 5. Josh Hampton (2013-present)................................................. .328 6. Joe Harbach (2011-12)............................................................. .324 Brian Testa (2006-08)............................................................... .324 Matt Umba (2008-11).............................................................. .324 9. Jordan Johnson (2012-13)....................................................... .321 10. Brandon Payne (2010-13)...................................................... .319 Doubles 1. Mike Godwin (2009-12)...............................................................59 2. Brian Testa (2006-08)...................................................................34 Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................34 4. Cody Holliday (2008-09)...............................................................32 Matt Umba (2008-11)..................................................................32 6. Garry Wright (2005-06)................................................................31 7. Drew Anusky (2008-11)...............................................................28 8. Derek Pugh (2005-06)..................................................................25 9. JT Gregory (2009-10)...................................................................24 Josh Hampton (2013-present)......................................................24 Triples 1. Joe Harbach (2011-12).................................................................16 2. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................13 3. Brandon Payne (2010-13)..............................................................6 4. JT Gregory (2009-10).....................................................................5 Cody Holliday (2008-09)................................................................5

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Andy Chunn (2006-07)...................................................................5 Derek Pugh (2005-06)....................................................................5 8. BJ Janney (2009, 11-12).................................................................4 Matt Botting (2007, 09-11)............................................................4 Brian Testa (2006-08).....................................................................4 Matt Umba (2008-11)....................................................................4 Josh Hampton (2013-present).......................................................4 Sam Goines (2013-present)...........................................................4 Joe Marciano (2011-present).........................................................4 Home Runs 1. Jason Rust (2007).........................................................................21 2. Brian Testa (2006-08)...................................................................16 3. Cody Holliday (2008-09)...............................................................15 4. Mike Godwin (2009-12)...............................................................12 5. Derek Pugh (2005-06)..................................................................10 Mike Wilson (2007-08).................................................................10 Matt Umba (2008-11)..................................................................10 8. Matt Botting (2007, 09-11)............................................................9 Spike Austin (2007-08)..................................................................9 10. Joe Danks (2007-08)....................................................................8 Andy Chunn (2006-07).................................................................8 JT Gregory (2009-10)....................................................................8 Total Bases 1. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................297 2. Jordan Oncay (2009-12).............................................................267 3. Matt Umba (2008-11)................................................................264 4. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................257 5. Cody Holliday (2008-09).............................................................215 6. Drew Anusky (2008-11).............................................................195 7. JT Gregory (2009-10).................................................................190 8. Joe Harbach (2011-12)...............................................................185 9. Brandon Payne (2010-13)..........................................................171 10. Derek Pugh (2005-06)..............................................................170 Runs Batted In 1. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................143 2. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................122 3. Matt Umba (2008-11)................................................................112 4. Jordan Oncay (2009-12).............................................................105 5. Drew Anusky (2008-11)...............................................................89 6. Mike Wilson (2007-08).................................................................82

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RECORD BOOK Cody Holliday (2008-09)..............................................................82 8. Garry Wright (2005-06)................................................................67 Joe Harbach (2011-12).................................................................67 Jonathan Rodriguez (2010-13)....................................................67 Stolen Bases 1. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................44 2. Chris Brooks (2005-08).................................................................34 3. Joe Harbach (2011-12).................................................................33 Brandon Payne (2010-13)............................................................33 4. JT Gregory (2009-10)...................................................................31 Cody Holliday (2008-09)..............................................................31 6. Matt Umba (2008-11)..................................................................29 7. BJ Janney (2009, 11-12)...............................................................27 8. Derek Pugh (2005-06)..................................................................26 9. Brian Testa (2006-08)...................................................................25 Walks 1. Mike Godwin (2009-12).............................................................103 2. Chris Brooks (2005-08).................................................................84 3. Matt Umba (2008-11)..................................................................81 4. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................80 5. Drew Anusky (2008-11)...............................................................73 6. Cody Holliday (2008-09)...............................................................63 7. Andy Chunn (2006-07).................................................................59 8. JT Gregory (2009-10.....................................................................57 9. Derek Pugh (2005-06)..................................................................52 10. Brian Testa (2006-08).................................................................50 PITCHING Appearances 1. Nick Marics (2011-present)..........................................................78 2. Steve Messick (2007-10)..............................................................76 3. Bill Cecconi (2005-08)..................................................................73 4. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................54 Anthony Cimabue (2008-10).......................................................54 6. Joe Matterer (2005-08)................................................................53 Joe Harris (2009-11)....................................................................53 8. Mark Di Maio (2005-07)...............................................................52 9. Cameron Saienni (2007-10).........................................................49 Tyler Fries (2012-present)............................................................49 Tim Racek (2011-present)............................................................49

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Jordan Oncay vs. Merrimack, 2012

Complete Games 1. Joe Matterer (2005-08)..................................................................7 Joe Harris (2009-11)......................................................................7 3. Bret Urban (2005-06).....................................................................5 Kenny McGrady (2006-07).............................................................5 5. Cameron Saienni (2007-10)...........................................................3 Kurt Bruce (2010-11).....................................................................3 David Hatt (2012-13).....................................................................3 7. Jamie Treml (2011-present)...........................................................2 Jimmy Okoniewski (2006-08)........................................................2 Mike Mundy (2006-07)..................................................................2 Bill Cecconi (2005-08)....................................................................2 Shutouts 1. Joe Harris (2009-11).......................................................................3 2. Joe Matterer (2005-08)..................................................................2 Bret Urban (2005-06).....................................................................2 Kurt Bruce (2010-11).....................................................................2 David Hatt (2012-13).....................................................................2 5. Cameron Saienni (2007-10)...........................................................1 Jamie Treml (2011-present)...........................................................1 Kenny McGrady (2006-07).............................................................1

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RECORD BOOK Innings Pitched 1. Joe Matterer (2005-08)...........................................................251.0 2. Joe Harris (2009-11)................................................................247.0 3. Jamie Treml (2011-present)....................................................169.0 4. David Hatt (2012-13)..............................................................167.2 5. Kenny McGrady (2006-07)......................................................166.2 6. Steve Messick (2007-10).........................................................158.1 7. Cameron Saienni (2007-10)....................................................156.0 8. Kurt Bruce (2010-11)..............................................................151.0 9. Ryan Lally (2010-12)...............................................................147.1 10. Bret Urban (2005-06)............................................................141.1 Saves 1. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................17 2. JT Gregory (2009-10)...................................................................13 3. Nick Marics (2011-present)..........................................................10 4. Phil Aviola (2007-09).....................................................................9 5. Andrew Ficarra (2005-06)..............................................................5 Clint Kuhl (2007-08).......................................................................5 7. Cody Holliday (2009-09).................................................................4 Steve Spiese (2005-06)..................................................................4 9. Mike Mundy (2006-07)..................................................................3 Steve Messick (2007-10)................................................................3 Jarrett Shaffer (2013-present).......................................................3

Kenny McGrady (2006-07)...........................................................13 7. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)...............................................................12 David Hatt (2012-13)...................................................................12 8. Ryan Lally (2010-12)....................................................................10 Bret Urban (2005-06)...................................................................10 Earned Run Average - (50 IP) 1. David Hatt (2012-13)................................................................1.93 2. Jamie Treml (2011-present)......................................................2.08 3. Jordan Oncay (2009-12)............................................................2.19 4. Joe Harris (2009-11)..................................................................2.30 5. Justin DeLong (2011-12)...........................................................2.38 6. Frank Samluk (2012-present)....................................................2.50 7. Ray Gambone (2012-present)...................................................2.58 8. Pete Henyan (2005)...................................................................2.69 9. Nick Marics (2011-present).......................................................2.70 7. Kurt Bruce (2010-11)................................................................2.86

Strikeouts 1. Joe Harris (2009-11)...................................................................283 2. Jamie Treml (2011-present).......................................................198 3. Bret Urban (2005-06).................................................................155 4. Joe Matterer (2005-08)..............................................................154 5. Kenny McGrady (2006-07).........................................................153 6. Ryan Lally (2010-12)..................................................................121 7. Jimmy Okoniewski (2006-08).....................................................110 8. Kurt Bruce (2010-11).................................................................109 9. David Hatt (2012-13).................................................................101 9. Steve Messick (2007-10)..............................................................96 Wins 1. Joe Matterer (2005-08)................................................................26 2. Joe Harris (2009-11).....................................................................19 3. Jamie Treml (2011-present).........................................................14 Kurt Bruce (2010-11)...................................................................14 5. Cameron Saienni (2007-10).........................................................13

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Mike Godwin vs. West Chester, 2012

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2005 (21-25-1, 15-9 CACC) Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Scott Reynolds, Bryan Fitzgerald, Derek Pugh, Pete Henyan Date Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 19 Mar. 22 Mar. 26 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 May 5 May 6 May 6

Opponent/Site.......................Result at St. Thomas (Fla.)...........................L 1-7 at St. Thomas (Fla.)...........................L 3-4 vs. Mercy (Boca Raton, Fla.)............ W 8-7 at Lynn...........................................L 1-11 vs. Merchyhurst (Boca Raton, Fla.). W 5-4 at Barry..........................................L 4-16 vs. Concordia (Ft. Pierce, Fla.)...........L 3-4 vs. Northwood (Ft. Pierce, Fla.)....... W 9-2 at Millersville....................................T 5-5 West Chester..................................L 3-13 Philadelphia...................................L 2-13 at Kutztown (DH)................. W 8-3 / L 2-3 at *USciences (Bill Giles)................ W 8-3 at Montclair State...........................L 6-10 at TCNJ............................................L 3-10 at *Dominican................................ W 8-5 at *USciences (DH)...........W 18-0 / W 6-2 at William Patterson.......................L 1-12 at *Felician.......................................L 0-5 at *Post........................................ W 17-1 at *Post (DH)......................W 7-1 / W 8-7 at *Dominican (DH).............L 2-3 / L 7-13 vs. West Chester (Bill Giles)...............L 2-5 *Felician (DH).....................L 6-11 / W 4-1 *NJIT................................................L 6-7 at *NJIT (DH)....................... W 3-1 / L 2-4 at Millersville.................................. W 9-0 at Rowan........................................L 3-14 *Nyack (DH).....................W 13-4 / W 9-1 *Bloomfield.................................. W 15-6 *Caldwell..................................... W 13-2 at *Caldwell (DH)................L 0-2 / L 3-15 at *Nyack........................................ W 4-3 at Delaware....................................L 4-16 at *Bloomfield (DH)...........L 5-9 / W 12-6 $NJIT.............................................. W 7-1 $Dominican......................................L 1-6 $NJIT................................................L 3-6

* - CACC Contest $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington)

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2006 (30-21, 21-6 CACC) Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Bret Urban, Garry Wright, Derek Pugh Date Feb. 25 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 15 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 21 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 May 1 May 6 May 11 May 12

Opponent/Site.......................Result vs. Concordia (DH) (Cecil, Md.).L 2-4/L 3-4 Millersville.................................... W 12-5 West Chester.................................. W 3-2 Pace (DH)...........................L 7-16 / L 4-12 Pace..................................................L 2-4 vs. Clarion (DH) (Ft. Pierce, Fla.).W 8-6 / W 9-8

at Florida Memorial (DH).W 12-1 / W 14-2 vs. American Int’l (Ft. Pierce, Fla.)... W 2-1 at St. Thomas (Fla.)...........................L 0-6 at St. Thomas (Fla.) (DH).......L 3-8 / W 6-0 *Felician......................................... W 9-4 at Montclair State.............................L 1-4 at *NJIT........................................ W 13-4 *NJIT (DH)........................W 3-2 / W 11-4 Kutztown........................................L 2-11 *USciences................................... W 11-1 at Kutztown......................................L 3-9 at *Bloomfield..................................L 4-5 *Bloomfield (DH)...............W 4-3 / W 3-2 at West Chester.................................L 4-5 at *Philadelphia...............................L 4-7 *Caldwell (DH).................W 3-0 / W 13-3 at William Paterson.................... W 12-11 at *Felician (DH).................W 7-2 / W 3-1 *Nyack (DH)........................ W 7-4 / L 2-3 at *USciences (DH)............ W 10-2 / L 5-9 at Delaware....................................L 2-21 *Dominican....................................L 6-12 at Millersviller.............................. L 11-12 *Philadelphia (DH).............W 7-4 / W 4-1 at *Caldwell................................... W 7-1 *Post.............................................. W 6-1 *Post (DH)..........................W 7-0 / W 8-1 at *Nyack........................................ W 7-2 at *Dominican (DH)..............L 3-5 / W 9-1 $Bloomfield.....................................L 4-6 $Dominican......................................L 1-2

* - CACC Contest $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington)

2007 (29-20, 10-6 CACC) CACC Tournament Champions NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Jason Rust, Kenny McGrady Date Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Mar. 31 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 19 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 28 Apr. 30 May 3 May 4 May 10 May. 11 May. 12 May. 17 May 18

Opponent/Site.......................Result vs. C.W Post (Boca Raton, Fla.).........L 6-9 vs. Dowling (DH) (Lantana, Fla.).. W 6-3 / W 14-6

at St. Thomas (Fla.).........................L 2-13 vs. Northwood (Mich.) (DH) (Ft. Pierce, Fla.)...L 0-4 / W 8-3

vs. Mercy (Lantana, Fla.)................. W 7-3 at Delaware....................................L 6-15 at Columbia Union (DH)......W 9-1 / W 7-1 Millersville.................................... W 13-9 vs. Montclair State (Cecil, Md.)..........L 0-7 Bloomsburg (DH)................W 8-4 / W 5-4 *Philadelphia............................... W 14-7 at Bloomsburg................................ W 8-3 Molloy.......................................... W 12-6 *Felician (DH)................ W 10-7 / L 11-12 *Nyack (DH).....................W 5-2 / W 11-6 *Bloomfield.................................. L 13-14 at Millersville.................................. W 5-2 Philadelphia (DH)............ W 12-3 / L 5-12 West Chester.............................. W 11-10 vs. Philadelphia (Bill Giles)............. W 7-6 *USciences................................... W 20-4 at *Dominican (DH).............L 8-10 / L 5-9 Columbia Union................................L 3-7 *Caldwell (DH).................. W 12-7 / L 1-2 Kutztown (DH).....................L 5-10 / L 2-6 at *Bloomfield................................ W 8-6 at Molloy........................................L 2-10 at *USciences............................... W 13-3 at Kutztown......................................L 3-5 at *Post.......................................... W 6-0 at West Chester (DH)............ W 7-6 / L 2-3 at *Philadelphia............................. W 8-3 at *Post..........................................L 6-12 $Felician..................................... W 14-11 vs. $Dominican............................... W 1-0 vs. $Caldwell................................ W 10-7 at #11 %Franklin Pierce....................L 1-4 vs. %Bryant......................................L 1-5

* - CACC Contest $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington) # - National ranked opponent % - NCAA Division II Regional at Rindge, N.H.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2008 (26-26, 17-10 CACC) Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Brian Testa, Matt Gianni, Joe Matterer Date Opponent/Site...........................Result Mar. 2 Franklin Pierce (DH)...................L 1-9 / L 1-6 Mar. 4 vs. C.W. Post (Boca Raton, Fla.)........... W 5-4 Mar. 5 at St. Thomas (Fla.)...............................L 8-9 Mar. 6 at Barry...............................................L 4-14 Mar. 7 vs. Mansfield (DH) (Lantana, Fla.).....L 3-5 / L 4-6 Mar. 8 vs. Molloy (DH) (Boca Raton, Fla.).L 1-10 / L 5-10 Mar. 15 Pace (DH)................................. W 3-2 / L 2-3 Mar. 16 Pace.................................................... W 7-2 Mar. 18 Mansfield............................................L 8-12 Mar. 20 New Haven...........................................L 2-5 Mar. 21 at Kutztown........................................ W 8-6 Mar. 22 East Stroudsburh (DH)............. W 6-2 / L 1-9 Mar. 25 Millersville........................................ W 13-9 Mar. 26 West Chester.......................................L 2-16 Mar. 31 *Bloomfield........................................ W 8-5 Apr. 1 *USciences..........................................L 5-13 Apr. 2 at West Chester...................................L 2-14 Apr. 7 *Nyack................................................ W 6-1 Apr. 9 *Chestnut Hill (DH)...............W 3-2 / W 14-1 Apr. 10 at *USciences (DH)..................W 8-3 / W 9-2 Apr. 11 *Post............................................... W 13-10 Apr. 12 *Post (DH)...............................W 2-1 / W 5-1 Apr. 15 at Montclair State............................... W 3-2 Apr. 16 at *Bloomfield (DH)............W 13-2 / W 16-7 Apr. 18 *Caldwell............................................ W 4-3 Apr. 19 at *Caldwell (DH).....................L 2-7 / L 0-15 Apr. 21 at *Nyack (DH)........................W 5-3 / W 3-2 Apr. 22 at Millersville......................................L 9-14 Apr. 24 at *Philadelphia (DH)................L 2-4 / L 0-1 Apr. 25 at *Dominican.................................. W 13-7 Apr. 26 *Dominican (DH).......................L 0-5 / L 6-9 Apr. 27 Kutztown (DH)....................W 6-3 / W 13-11 Apr. 29 *Philadelphia.......................................L 5-6 Apr. 30 at Delaware........................................L 0-12 May. 1 at *Chestnut Hill................................. W 5-3 May. 3 at *Felician (DH).......................L 3-8 / W 3-1 May 4 *Felician.............................................L 4-13 * - CACC Contest

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2009 (29-29, 15-12 CACC) CACC Tournament Champions NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Phil Aviola, Cody Holliday Date Opponent/Site.......................Result Feb. 24 at #7 West Chester.......................... W 7-4 Feb. 26 C.W. Post (DH)....................W 5-0 / W 9-5 Mar. 2 vs. Concordia (DH) (Lantana, Fla.).W 6-5 / L 8-11 Mar. 4 vs. Mercyhurst (DH) (Boca Raton, Fla.).L 6-11 / W 8-7 Mar. 5 vs. Mansfield (DH) (Ft. Pierce, Fla.).L 6-12 / W 7-0 Mar. 6 at St. Thomas (Fla.)...........................L 1-2 Mar. 7 at St. Thomas (Fla.) (DH)......L 7-8 / L 6-15 Mar. 10 Shippensburg............................. W 14-13 Mar. 11 *Philadelphia................................. W 9-1 Mar. 13 Lincoln (Pa.) (DH)...........W 20-1 / W 23-1 Mar. 17 at Delaware......................................L 3-6 Mat. 18 at Mansfield................................. L 13-14 Mar. 19 at Kutztown....................................L 9-10 Mar. 23 East Stroudsburg............................L 6-14 Mar. 25 *USciences (DH)....................L 3-8 / L 5-2 Mar. 27 at *Caldwell................................. W 12-2 Mar. 30 *Caldwell (DH).....................L 1-3 / W 6-4 Mar. 31 at *USciences............................... W 14-6 Apr. 4 *Dominican (DH)..................L 2-6 / W 3-0 Apr. 5 at *Dominican..................................L 7-8 Apr. 8 at *Philadelphia (DH)............L 2-8 / L 0-3 Apr. 9 at West Chester...............................L 3-19 Apr. 10 at *Nyack........................................ W 3-1 Apr. 13 West Chester..................................L 8-14 Apr. 16 at East Stroudsburg (DH).....L 2-15 / L 4-7 Apr. 17 at *Bloomfield.............................. W 11-0 Apr. 18 *Bloomfield (DH)..................L 5-9 / L 4-5 Apr. 22 at Chestnut Hill (DH)............ W 5-1 / L 1-3 Apr. 25 *Post..............................................L 1-10 Apr. 26 at *Post (DH)..................W 10-6 / W 10-0 Apr. 27 *Nyack (DH)........................ W 7-6 / L 0-5 Apr. 28 *Chestnut Hill............................... W 12-5 Apr. 30 vs. West Chester (Bill Giles)...............L 4-8 May 1 at *Felician..................................... W 3-2 May 2 *Felician (DH)...................... W 2-0 / L 2-8 May 8 vs. $Bloomfield............................ W 14-7 May 8 vs. $ Nyack...................................... W 6-3 May 9 vs. $Dominican............................... W 5-4 May 14 vs. %Dominican........................... W 10-1 May 15 vs. %Dowling...................................L 2-3 May 16 vs. %Assumption.......................... W 10-1 May 16 vs. %Adelphi....................................L 6-9 * - CACC Contest $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington) % - NCAA Division II Regional at Rindge, N.H.

2010 (29-18, 16-4 CACC) Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Matt Umba, JT Gregory Date Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 27 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 24 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 1 May 6 May 7 May 7

Opponent/Site.......................Result vs. St. Rose (Boca Raton, Fla.)......... W 5-2 vs. Mercyhurst (Boca Raton, Fla.)... W 2-1 at Florida Memorial...................... W 10-0 at St. Thomas (Fla.).........................L 5-10 vs. Concordia (Lantana, Fla.)......... W 14-2 vs. C.W. Post (Lantana, Fla.)..............L 3-7 vs. East Stroudsburg (Lantana, Fla.).. L 1-3 vs. Pitt-Johnstown (Santana, Fla.).. W 5-3 Shippensburg...................................L 3-4 at Shippensburg........................... W 14-9 Mansfield....................................... W 5-4 Millersville...................................... W 8-7 at *Felician (DH).................W 2-1 / W 5-2 at Delaware.................................... W 9-5 *USciences (DH).................W 6-1 / W 7-2 at *Nyack..........................W 10-3 / W 4-3 Lincoln (Pa.) (DH)...........W 25-0 / W 19-1 *Post (DH)........................W 8-7 / W 10-8 *Philadelphia...................................L 2-8 at #17 Kutztown (DH)..........L 3-5 / L 8-11 at *Bloomfield (DH).........W 5-2 / W 10-8 at Mansfield (DH)..............L 6-8 / L 11-15 West Chester..................................L 4-15 at *Philadelphia........................... W 14-1 at West Chester.................................L 6-7 at Millersville..................................L 4-10 *Chestnut Hill (DH).............W 4-1 / W 4-3 at *Concordia (DH)...............L 5-9 / W 4-1 at *Chestnut Hill...............................L 1-3 at Adelphi....................................... W 7-5 at Caldwell (DH)...............W 3-1 / W 13-1 *Dominican (DH).................L 3-10 / L 6-9 $Post (New Castle, Del.)...................L 2-4 vs. $Felician (Wilmington, Del.)...... W 4-0 vs. $Post (Wilmington, Del.).............L 4-8

* - CACC Contest # - Nationally ranked opponent $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2011 (37-12, 15-5 CACC) CACC Tournament Champions NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Kurt Bruce, Joe Harris

2012 (33-18, 14-6 CACC) CACC Tournament Champions NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Mike Godwin, Jordan Oncay, Joe Harbach

Date Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 19 Mar. 22 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 2 Apr. 6 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 Apr. 30 May 5 May 6 May 12 May 13 May 14 May 19 May 20

Date Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 29 May 1 May 2 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 17 May 18 May 19

Opponent/Site.......................Result vs. So. New Hampshire (DH).W 11-3 / W 2-1

vs. So. New Hampshire (DH).W 8-7 / L 0-4 at Delaware.................................... W 3-1 at Delaware.................................... W 4-0 vs. Bloomfield (Boca Raton, Fla.).. W 16-0 at Lynn........................................... W 5-1 at Palm Beach Atlantic................... W 2-1 at St. Thomas (Fla.) (DH)...W 12-4 / W 3-2 vs. Adelphi (DH) (Lantana, Fla.).W 6-1 / W 4-0

at West Chester............................... W 4-0 Washington Adventist.................. W 12-2 *Felician (DH).....................W 6-0 / W 3-2 Mansfield............................ W 6-4 / L 1-2 *Nyack (DH).......................W 8-1 / W 5-0 at *USciences (DH)...........W 5-1 / W 13-5 Shippensburg................................. W 6-4 at *Post (DH)..................... W 7-5 / L 5-11 at *Philadelphia........................... W 10-1 *Bloomfield (DH)...........W 10-2 / W 11-4 vs. West Chester (Bill Giles)...............L 0-3 at Kutztown.................................... W 8-3 *Caldwell (DH).................W 7-0 / W 15-5 at *Chestnut Hill (DH).........W 7-4 / W 5-1 at Millersville (DH)...............L 3-5 / L 7-10 *Philadelphia................................. W 3-1 at *Dominican (DH)...............L 0-9 / L 1-7 *Concordia (DH)..................L 0-1 / L 4-14 Washington Adventist (DH).W 8-3 / W 6-3 $Post (New Castle, Del.)................. W 9-0 vs. $Dominican (Wilmington, Del.).W 3-0 vs. $Dominican (Wilmington, Del.).W 10-3 vs. %So. Connecticut State...............L 1-2 vs. #24 %Adelphi..............................L 5-6

* - CACC Contest $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington) # - National ranked opponent % - NCAA Division II Regional at Rindge, N.H.

Opponent/Site.......................Result Merrimack.................................... W 10-2 Merrimack (DH)..................W 1-0 / W 3-1 at St. Thomas (Fla.)...........................L 0-4 vs. St. Rose (DH) (Lantana, Fla.).W 6-2 / L 2-4 vs. So. New Hampshire (Lantana, Fla.).L 1-12 vs. UMass Lowell (Lantana, Fla.)..... W 4-3 vs. Adelphi (Lantana, Fla.)................L 1-2 vs. Molloy (DH) (Davie County, Fla.).W 7-3 / W 4-3

Post.............................................. W 12-7 at Chesnut Hill.............................. W 10-7 *Dominican (DH)............... W 15-2 / L 6-7 *USciences (DH).................L 1-10 / W 3-2 at West Chester...............................L 5-13 *Philadelphia................................. W 3-0 at *Bloomfield (DH)..............L 4-7 / L 1-2 Shippensburg...................................L 2-8 #18 Kutztown................................. W 9-7 at *Felician (DH)....................L 1-3 / L 2-4 Millersville...................................... W 6-5 *Chestnut Hill (DH)...........W 12-0 / W 6-2 *Post (DH)........................W 6-5 / W 10-3 at Kutztown......................................L 4-5 Mansfield (DH).................W 10/1 / W 3-2 at *Concordia (DH).............W 6-3 / W 7-0 at *Nyack (DH)...............W 10-3 / W 13-2 vs. #17 West Chester (Bill Giles)........L 2-5 at Shippensburg............................. W 4-3 at Millersville.................................. W 9-4 at Shippensburg...............................L 6-8 at *Caldwell (DH)...............W 5-1 / W 4-0 at Delaware......................................L 2-6 at *Philadelphia............................. W 9-3 $Dominican (New Castle, Del.)....... W 1-0 vs. $Felician (Wilmington, Del.)...... W 4-2 vs. $Felician (Wilmington, Del. )..... W 1-0 vs. #21 %Le Moyne......................... W 1-0 vs. #14 %Franklin Pierce...................L 1-7 at %So. New Hampshire...................L 3-6

* - CACC Contest $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington) # - National ranked opponent % - NCAA Division II Regional at Manchester, N.H.

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2013 (43-14, 17-3 CACC) CACC Regular Season Champions CACC Tournament Champions NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament Head Coach: Brian August Captains: Jamie Treml, Jordan Johnson, Nick Marics Date Opponent/Site.......................Result Feb. 22 vs. !St. Thomas Aquinas....................L 1-2 Feb. 24 vs. !St. Thomas Aquinas (DH).W 3-2 / L 5-10 Mar. 1 vs. #7 !Franklin Pierce (DH).W 10-8 / W 5-4 Mar. 2 vs. #7 !Franklin Pierce (DH).W 6-5 / W 2-0 Mar. 4 vs. #15 So. New Hampshire (Boca Raton, Fla.).L 4-11 Mar. 5 at Barry............................................L 6-9 Mar. 6 at Nova Southeastern.....................L 9-10 Mar. 7 vs. Saint Rose (DH) (Lantana, Fla.).W 7-4 / W 8-2 Mar. 8 vs. UMass-Lowell (Boca Raton, Fla.).W 7-2 Mar. 9 vs. Molloy (DH) (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.).W 6-5 / W 3-2 Mar. 13 Millersville.................................... W 12-3 Mar. 15 at *Dominican (DH)............L 5-6 / W 13-0 Mar. 17 Dowling (DH).......................L 2-6 / W 3-2 Mar. 19 at Delaware....................................L 9-13 Mar. 20 at *USciences (DH)...........W 12-1 / W 6-4 Mar. 23 *Bloomfield (DH)...........W 16-2 / W 10-9 Mar. 27 at *Philadelphia............................. W 4-0 Mar. 29 at *Post (DH)....................W 10-1 / W 8-7 Apr. 2 at *Chestnut Hill (DH).......W 16-2 / W 6-2 Apr. 4 UM Eastern Shore......................... W 14-4 Apr. 6 *Felician (DH).....................W 1-0 / W 6-2 Apr. 9 Shippensburg................................. W 3-2 Apr. 10 at West Chester (Bill Giles)............ W 16-5 Apr. 13 *Concordia (DH)....................L 3-6 / L 4-6 Apr. 16 vs. Philadelphia (Bill Giles).............L 6-11 Apr. 18 Kutztown...................................... W 10-8 Apr. 20 *Nyack (DH).......................W 8-2 / W 1-0 Apr. 23 West Chester (DH)..............W 3-2 / W 9-8 Apr. 24 at Shippensburg............................. W 6-4 Apr. 27 *Caldwell (DH)...............W 12-1 / W 11-4 Apr. 29 at Bridgeport.................................. W 6-1 May 1 *Philadelphia................................. W 3-2 May 9 $Felician......................................... W 5-4 May 10 $Chestnut Hill............................... W 10-0 May 11 $Chestnut Hill............................... W 15-0 May 16 vs. %Franklin Pierce.........................L 0-7 May 17 vs. #22 %St. Thomas Aquinas......... W 8-1 May 18 vs. %New Haven........................... W 11-0 May 19 at %So. New Hampshire................. W 2-1 May. 19 vs. %Franklin Pierce.........................L 1-5 * - CACC Contest ! - at Diamond Nation in Flemington, N.J. $ - CACC Tournament (Hosted by Wilmington) # - National ranked opponent % - NCAA Division II Regional at Manchester, N.H.

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LOCATION MAP Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway | Newark, DE 19702

Directions from main campus Follow directions to New Castle Campus. Continue on DuPont Highway (Route 13/40 South). Bear right to continue on Route 40 West. Cross under the Route 1 bypass and continue on 40. New Athletic Facility parking lot is on the right hand side following Walther Road and the turf field.

Home of the men’s and women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball teams.

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3. University of the Sciences 600 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Holy Family University 9801 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114

7. Bloomfield College 467 Franklin Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003

8. Caldwell College 120 Bloomfield Avenue Caldwell, NJ 07006

9. Dominican College 470 Western Highway Orangeburg, NY 10962

11. Post University 800 Country Club Road Waterbury, CT 06708

12. Chestnut Hill College 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118

13. Concordia College 171 White Plains Road Bronxville, NY 10708

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