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——TABLE OF CONTENTS—— Board of Trustees............................................... 1 President’s Message .......................................... 2 Athletic Department Mission Statement ........ 2 Director of Athletics........................................... 3 AAMU Athletic Directory.................................. 4 Head Coach Mitch Hill ............................................................. 6 Assistant Coaches LaDale Hayes...................................................... 7 Nick Flanagan, Walton Ashwander................ 8 Thanks to our Sponsors .................................... 9 Bulldogs Baseball Schedule............................ 14 Bulldog Roster.................................................. 16 Season Preview ................................................ 17 Meet the Team ................................................. 18 Record Book ..................................................... 24 Last Season Final Stats .................................... 28 Facilities and Athletic Program Overview .... 30 Last Season Photos .......................................... 35

——AAMU ATHLETIC DIRECTORY—— Baseball Staff Mitch Hill.......................................... 256-372-4004 LaDale Hayes .................................. 256-372-4004 Nick Flanagan................................. 256-372-4004 Director of Athletics Bryan Hicks...................................... 256-372-4001 Associate Director of Athletics Renae Myles .................................... 256-372-4759 Administrative Assistants Anne Rogers ................................... 256-372-8269 Ann Marie Benshoff ....................... 256-372-8057 Compliance Dana Gillis........................................ 256-372-8316 Adam Osburn ................................. 256-372-8891 Training Staff Jessie Zucnick-Kimbugwe ............. 256-372-8458 Academic Enhance Center Waylon Sims .................................... 256-372-4740 Ladonna Lumbus ........................... 256-372-8306 Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Larry McDaniel…………………………256-372-4285

——QUICK FACTS—— Location ............................................ Normal, AL Founded ...................................................... 1875 Enrollment .................................................. 5,500 Nickname ............................................... Bulldogs Colors........................................ Maroon & White Conference ................................................ SWAC National Affiliation................... NCAA Division I Stadium .......................................... Bulldog Field President ........................Dr. Andrew Hugine Jr. Head Coach.......................................... Mitch Hill Assistant Coaches ........................ LaDale Hayes ......................................................... Nick Flangan ……………………………………………...Walter Ashwander Director of Athletics......................... Bryan Hicks Associate Director of Athletics ..... Renae Myles Athletic Trainers ...... Jessie Zucnick-Kimbugwe Sports Information Director....... Brandon Willis Photos .........................................Sidney Jackson AAMU Address...................... 4900 Meridian St. Normal, AL 35762

——BOARD OF TRUSTEES—— Governor Robert, President of the Board Trustees Mr. Odysseus M. Lanier, President Pro Tempore Mr. Lucien B. Blankenship Mr. Norman D. Hill Mr. John O. Hudson III Mr. Chris Robinson (Athletics Committee Chairman) Mr. James Montgomery Mr. Richard Reynolds Mr. Andre Taylor Dr. Jerome Williams Ms. Velma Tribue


PRESIDENT DR. ANDREW HUGINE, JR. Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr. is a native of Green Pond, South Carolina, a small rural community in the low country of South Carolina. He is the son of an AME Minister, Rev. Andrew Hugine, Sr. and an elementary school teacher, Irene S. Hugine. Following his graduation from Colleton High School as an honor student, he enrolled in South Carolina State University where earned the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics followed by the Master of Education degree in mathematics education. The doctorate in Higher Education/ Institutional Research was earned from Michigan State University. He has presented at numerous professional meetings is the author of three mathematics textbooks. His lengthy and productive career began as an instructor at Beaufort High School in Beaufort, South Carolina. His professional positions include Graduate Teaching Assistant and Assistant Professor of Institutional Research at Michigan State University. At South Carolina State University, positions held included: Director of Special Services; Director of University Year for Action Program—a service-learning program; Research Fellow, Assistant and Director of Institutional Self-Study; Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs; Professor of Mathematics; and Interim Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. From 2003-08, Dr. Hugine culminated his 30-year affiliation with South Carolina State University as her President. In July of 2009 Hugine became the 11th President of Alabama A&M University. Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr. was appointed as the 11th President of Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University on July 16, 2009. Immediately upon his appointment, Hugine addressed the University’s probationary status with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools resulting in the removal of the university from SACS’ sanction in December 2009; developed a financial plan to address the university’s budgetary issues; reorganized the five academic schools into four colleges: College of Agricultural, Life and Natural Sciences; College of Business and Public Affairs; College of Engineering, Technology and Physical Sciences; and the College of Education, Humanities and Behavioral Sciences; established the division and position of Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management/ Director of Admissions; expanded institutional advancement to provide increased emphasis on marketing and communication; instituted the Normal Legacy Society to recognize life-time contributions of $100,000 or more to the university; successfully raising the $1,000,000 amount required for the state matching of $1,000,000 under the Councill Challenge; initiated the 1875 Normalite Campaign; the Adopt-a-Band Drive to replace Band uniforms; established the “Service is Sovereignty” Society to formally recognize employees who have provided 30 or more years of service to the University; hosted the 2010 White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and a National Poultry Conference jointly sponsored by two United States Cabinet members: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. The Hugine administration has focused on enhancing the aesthetics of the campus. Through the efforts of the Bulldog Pride Committee--consisting of students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community--chaired by First Lady Abbiegail Hugine, and a partnership with Aramark, visible improvements in the aesthetics of the campus have been noted. Two state-of-the-art electronic marquees have been installed and over $10 million have been spent in upgrading, renovating, and addressing health and safety issues in campus facilities, particularly student residence halls. Hugine holds membership in a number of civic and professional organizations. He maintains membership in his home church of White Hall African Methodist Episcopal Church in Green Pond, South Carolina and is an active affiliate member of St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church in Huntsville, Alabama. Other memberships include the Huntsville Rotary; Huntsville /Madison Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors; Xi Omicron Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and Life Member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Life Member of South Carolina State University National Alumni Association; Edisto Lodge #39 Free and Accepted Masons; 100 Black Men of America, Huntsville Chapter; Epsilon Kappa Boule’ of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity; Life member of the NAACP; Alabama Council of Presidents; and the Alabama School for Science and Mathematics Board of Directors. He has been recognized for his contributions by several organizations. At South Carolina State University, the 781 bed residence hall, The Andrew Hugine, Jr. Living/ Learning Complex is named in his honor. Other honors include being named Father of the Year by the Orangeburg Chapter of Jack and Jill; Mason of the Year by Edisto Lodge # 39; Lay Person of the Year by the South Carolina Annual Conference Lay Organization; included in the 2012 Stellar Alumni Calendar of South Carolina State University; featured on the cover of the 2005 Winter edition of the Oracle and on the 2006 cover of the Oracle with Grand Basileus George Grace; named Citizen of the Year by Epsilon Omega Chapter; Advisor of the Year by the Sixth District; Omega Man of the Year by Epsilon Omega, and Honorary Chair of the Salute to Education during the Centennial Celebration of Omega Psi Phi. Dr. Hugine and his wife Abbiegail have an adult son, Andrew Hugine, III; a daughter, Akilah Hugine-Elmore; a son-in-law, Quincy Elmore; and a grandson, Amir.


ATHLETIC DIRECTOR BRYAN HICKS A new era for Bulldog Athletics began on June 4, 2012 when President Andrew Hugine Jr. introduced Bryan Hicks as the third Athletic Director in the short Division I history of Alabama A&M University. Hicks returned to his alma mater after serving at Missouri State University as Associate Athletic Director for Student Development from August 2009 to June 2012. Prior to his arrival in Springfield, Hicks spent thirteen years at the University of Louisville as an academic advisor for athletes, compliance coordinator, Associate Director for Academic Services, and the last five years as Assistant Athletic Director for Academics overseeing the academic responsibilities for the Cardinal football team, Papa John Cardinal Stadium computer lab, and other team operations. Hicks was also an assistant coach for men’s basketball and multicultural admission coordinator at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon. The Huntsville native was a college basketball and baseball studentathlete at Tuskegee University. He received his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Alabama A&M in

1992 and earned his master's degree in public administration (MPA) from Portland State in 1996.

win in school history over an SEC opponent (Mississippi State) in Men’s Basketball.

Hicks set the tone early for excellence in all phases of Bulldog athletics. In his first six months back on “The Hill”, he coordinated facility renovations and upgrades of Louis Crews Football Field, the men’s & women’s tennis courts, and men’s & women’s basketball locker rooms. In addition, Alabama A&M partnered with the City of Huntsville and the Huntsville School Board for purchase of new field turf for football. This agreement included the usage of Louis Crews Stadium for high school and middle school football games. He hired Willis Mbandi, one of the Bulldogs’ most outstanding former men’s tennis players, as Head Coach for Men’s & Women’s Tennis and Michael Tompkins, the youngest Division I Head Baseball Coach. He also hired former University of Tennessee All-American basketball standout Semeka Randall as Head Women’s Basketball Coach.

His priorities for the athletic department are to put the student-athlete first, be fiscally responsible, maintain NCAA compliance, win conference championships, and finally to exude class in all of those areas.

Hicks has also enhanced the brand of A&M by scheduling BCS institutions (Auburn 2012, Georgia Tech 2013) for football and celebrating their first

He and his wife, Kellie, are the parents of three children, Hailey, Sydney and Garrett.

Hicks completed executive level career development with Collegiate Athletics Leadership Symposium (2011, 2012) and the NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Males (2002). He was the Director for the 2012 Missouri Valley Baseball Tournament and sat on the Board of Directors for the Urban League of Portland, Oregon. Hicks is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, Black Coaches and Administrators, National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.


ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL

Andrew Lee Strength and Conditioning (256) 372-4006

Ann Benshoff Administrative Assistant ann.benshoff@aamu.edu(256) 372-4001

Frank Davies Women’s Soccer Coach franklyn.davies@aamu.edu (256) 372-8265

Anthony Jones Head Football Coach anthony.jones@aamu.edu (256) 372-4015

Willis Mbandi Head M / W Tennis Coach willis.mbandi@aamu.edu (256) 372-5655

James Wright Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach james.wright@aamu.edu

Brent Pradia Outside Linebackers / Nickelbacks brent.pradia@aamu.edu (256) 372-4064

Nedra Brown Volleyball Coach nedra.brown@aamu.edu (256) 372-4267

Alex McIntyre Assistant Bowling Coach

Bertha Bowers Admin. Assistant - Hobson Fieldhouse bertha.bowers@aamu.edu

Dexter Holt Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach dexter.holt@aamu.edu

Ashley Lelie Wide Receviers ashley.lelie@aamu.edu 256-372-4020

Dana Gillis Director of NCAA Compliance dana.gillis@aamu.edu 256-372-8316

Josh Oliver Head Men’s Golf Coach josh.oliver@aamu.edu (256) 372-8663

Anne Rogers Administrative Assistant Elmore Gym anne.rogers@aamu.edu

Elaine Powell Assist. Women’s Basketball Coach elaine.powell@aamu.edu

Matt Sanders Recruiting Coordinator / Secondary Coach matt.sanders@aamu.edu 256-372-5096

Tourischeva Stubbs Athletics Business Managertourischeva.stubbs@aamu.edu (256) 372-4059

Kim Seals Head T & F / CC Coach kim.mckenzie@aamu.edu (256) 372-4013

Waylon Sims Coordinator of Academic Resource Center waylon.sims@aamu.edu

Terry Palmer Assist. Women’s Basketball Coach terry.palmer@aamu.edu

Rashad Harris Strength & Conditioning rashad.harris@aamu.edu (256) 372-4065

Brandon Willis Media Relations Director aamusportsinfo@yahoo.com (256) 372-4005

Semeka Randall Head W. BB Coach semeka.randall@aamu.edu (256) 372-4008

LaDonna Lumbus Academic Advisor ladonna.lumbus@aamu.edu (256) 372-8306

Willie Totten QB Coach willie.totten@aamu.edu (256) 372-4017

Hank Harris Football Operations / Equipment henry.harris@aamu.edu

Jessie Zucnick Director of Sports Medicine jzucnick@yahoo.com (256) 372-8458

Willie Hayes Head Men’s Basketball Coach willie.hayes@aamu.edu

Adam Osburn Asst. Director of Compliance adam.osburn@aamu.edu 256-372-8891

Phil Dorn Offensive Coordinator (OL) cedric.pearl@aamu.edu 256-372-4019

Oralia Washington Assistant Sports Information Director aamusi@yahoo.com

Dr. Larry McDaniel Faculty Athletics Representative ronald.slaughter@aamu.edu (256) 372-4285

Renae Myles Associate AD for Business & Administration / SWA renae.myles@aamu.edu

Mitch Hill Head Baseball Coach mitch.hill@aamu.edu 256-372-8744

Bryan Cummings Special Teams Coordinator/DL bryan.cummings@aamu.edu (256) 372-4152

Andy Fuller Running backs adrien.fuller@aamu.edu (256) 372-4180

Terry Smith Assistant Athletic Trainer terry.smith@aamu.edu (256) 372-8459

NaKeya Hall Head Softball Coach nakeya.hall@aamu.edu (256) 372-8744


Mitch Hill, HEAD COACH BS, MA, University Of North Alabama First Season Coach Mitch Hill enters his first year as the head baseball coach at Alabama A&M University. Coach Hill will be running the pitching staff, working with catchers, recruiting extensively, and helping with other administrative duties for the baseball program. Coach Hill has already made an impact on our baseball program by hitting the recruiting trail and bringing guys on our campus for visits to have a great early sign class for the 2014 season. Mitch began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his Alma Mater, University of North Alabama under Head Coach Mike Keehn for 3 seasons. Although Mitch helped with every aspect of the game he was primarily charged with the recruiting of future Student-Athletes. Mitch worked extensively with in the Florence community helping with American Legion and UNA camps during the summer months. Mitch helped guide 3 Academic All-Americans, 3 players that went on to sign professional contracts and 12 All-Conference players. Coach Hill continued his coaching career as an assistant coach at two different junior colleges in the Southeast, Motlow State Community College and Bevill State Community College. Mitch spent one year at Bevill State Community College as the pitching coach, recruiting coordinator, and infield coach before the athletic program was cut from the college. During that year he had a top three recruiting class in the state of Alabama. He also had 3 Academic AllAmericans and two players that signed letters of intent to continue playing college baseball at the 4 year level. After Bevill he spent one year at Motlow State Community College in Lynchburg Tennessee as the assistant baseball coach under Head Coach, Dan McShea. Mitch helped guide the bucks to the best season they’ve had in seven years with 34 wins and an appearance in the state tournament. Coach Hill had one JUCO All-American and 16 players go on to sign letters of intent at the four year level. Coach Hill lettered and pitched for the UNA Lions from 2002 to 2007 where he earned his bachelors in Physical Education and minor in Business Administration. Mitch also earned his masters in Health Promotion and Human Performance. Coach Hill is a native of Florence Alabama and is married to Erin Elizabeth Lynn Hill, who is a native of Florence as well. Erin is a registered nurse at Huntsville Hospital.


LaDale Hayes, ASSISTANT COACH BS, Alabama A&M University 2009 First Season This is LaDale Hayes first season as assistant baseball coach at Alabama A&M University. He will focus on the outfielders, hitters and supervise gameday operations. Hayes played collegiality at Alabama A&M where he was a four-year starter in the outfield. The Stafford, Va., native hit .323 for his career with 34 doubles, 14 triples, 10 home runs, 91 RBIs and 39 stolen bases. A two-time First Team All-Southwestern Athletic Conference selection, Hayes led the NCAA in triples as a sophomore with nine. He was also a hard-throwing right-handed reliever at Alabama A&M. Hayes graduated from the “The Hill� in 2010 with a degree in Agriculture Business Management before being drafted in the second round of the Frontier League Draft by the Evansville Otters as a pitcher. He has spent the past two seasons playing professionally in Canada for the Ottawa Fat Cats of the Intercounty Baseball League. In 46 games across two seasons, Hayes has batted .301 with eight doubles, two home runs, 21 RBIs and 20 stolen bases. Served as the director of baseball operations at George Washington University 2012-2013.


Nick Flanagan, Graduate Assistant BS, Martin Methodist First Season Coach Nick Flanagan is in his first year of coaching at Alabama A&M University.

His duties consist of developing the strength and conditioning program, working extensively with the hitters and catchers, and recruiting.

Flanagan comes to “The Hill” from a successful collegiate baseball career. He began his career at Northwest Shoals Community College and finished at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee. His work in the classroom earned him First Team Transouth AllAcademic awards. As a two-year team captain at Martin Methodist, Flanagan’s playing abilities earned him two First Team All-Transouth Conference awards and a First Team All-Regional award as a senior. He also capped off his senior year as the NAIA Champion of Character recipient and the Martin Methodist College Male Athlete of the Year. His most esteemed accomplishment was his opportunity to help lead Martin Methodist to their first ever Transouth Conference Championship title.

Flanagan graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Martin Methodist College. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Educational Biology.


Walter Ashwander, Graduate Assistant BS, Alabama A&M University First Season Mr. Walton Ashwander joins the Bulldogs after a two year stint in the Maroon & White.

Ashwander earned his General Studies degree in May 2013. His two years of action allowed him to collect 32 hits in 193 at bats in 62 games played with 60 started. The Hartsville, Alabama also posted 10 runs, a pair of doubles, 11 runs batted in, 37 strikeouts, and 127 putouts.

In 2012 Ashwander posted seven games with multiple hits and led the team with the longest hitting streak at nine. He also enjoyed 10 contests with reached bases. Walter set a career high of seven assists in fielding versus Mississippi Valley. His best game of 2012 happened on March 31, versus Jackson State. Ashwander went 3 for 5 with a run and three RBI’s. He posted six strikeouts from the mound in 2012 and 35 in 2013. He set his career high with four strikeouts versus Alcorn State, March 29.


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2014 Alabama A&M University Baseball Schedule February 14 IPFW Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 12:00 PM 15 IPFW (DH) Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 11 AM, 2:30 PM 16 IPFW Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 12:00 PM 18 UAB Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 2:00 PM 19 UAB Birmingham, AL 3:00 PM 21 South Dakota St. Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 1:00 PM 22 South Dakota St. (DH) Huntsville, Ala. 11 AM, 2:30 PM 23 South Dakota St. Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 12:00 PM 25 Auburn Univ. Auburn, AL 3:00 PM 26 Lipscomb Univ. Nashville, TN 4:00 PM March 1 *Alcorn St. (DH) Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 11 AM, 2:30 PM 2 *Alcorn St. Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 1:00 PM 4 Univ. of Missouri Columbia, MO 6:00 PM 5 Univ. of Missouri Columbia, MO 4:00 PM 8 *Jackson St. (DH) Jackson, MS 1 PM, 5:00 PM 9 *Jackson St. Jackson, MS 1:00 PM 15 *Alabama St. (DH) Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 11 AM, 3:00 PM 16 *Alabama State Univ. Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 1:00 PM 18 Morehead State Univ. Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 2:00 PM 19 Morehead State Univ. Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 2:00 PM 22 Abilene Christian (DH) Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 12 PM, 3:00 PM 23 Abilene Christian Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 1:00 PM 25 Georgia State Univ. Atlanta, Ga 6:00 PM 26 Georgia State Univ. Atlanta, GA 5:00 PM 29 *Mississippi Valley St. (DH) Itta Bena, MS 12 PM, 3:00 PM 30 *Mississippi Valley St. Itta Bena, MS 1:00 PM April 1 Tennessee Tech University Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 3:00 PM 2 Samford University Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 2:00 PM 5 *Alcorn State University (DH) Alcorn, MS 1 PM, 4:00 PM 6 *Alcorn State University Alcorn, MS 1:00 PM 8 University of North Alabama Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 2:00 PM 9 Troy University Troy, AL 6:00 PM 12 *Jackson State Univ. (DH) Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 12 PM, 3:30 PM 13 *Jackson State University Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 1:00 PM 15 Tennessee Tech University Cookeville, TN 6:00 PM 19 *Alabama State Univ. (DH) Montgomery, AL 1PM, 4PM 22 Univ. of North Alabama Florence, AL 5:00 PM 25 Louisiana Tech Ruston, LA 6:00 PM 26 Louisiana Tech Ruston, LA 3:00 PM 27 Louisiana Tech Ruston, LA 1:00 PM May 3 *Mississippi Valley St. (DH) Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 4 *Mississippi Valley State Huntsville, Ala. - Bulldog Field 6 Samford University Homewood, AL

12 PM, 3:30 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM


2014 Alabama A&M University Baseball Roster # Name 2 Caleb Bowen 3 Boston Martinez-Neal 4 Payden Khun 5 Ramon Nelson 6 Dustin Dhanani 7 Brandyn Crutcher 8 Dylan Johnson 10 Julio Nunez 11 Joshua Freeman 12 Caleb Waddell 13 Taylor Knight 14 Jordan Benford 17 Braden Snyder 18 Allen Belue 19 Austin Turner 20 Collin Bradford 21 Andrew Utterback 22 Jordan Friend 23 Dakota Smith 25 Justen Folger 26 Austin Hulsey 27 Allen Smith 28 Patrick Dodson 30 Derrick Winter 33 Benjamin Ryder 34 Ryan Ahrens 35 Richard Payne 36 Cornelius Woods 39 Devin Smith 42 Keyonta Welch 52 Manny Lora

Pos Ht. RHP 6-0 SS/2B 6-0 LHP 6-0 OF 5-10 C 6-3 OF 5-9 3B 5-11 SS/UT 5-11 P 6-0 C 5-9 P 6-3 3B 5-10 LHP 5-11 RHP 6-0 3B 6-3 P 6-2 OF 6-0 INF 6-3 RHP 6-2 2B 5-10 OF/1B 6-3 1B 6-4 OF 5-9 RHP 6-0 RHP 6-7 RHP 6-3 1B 6-3 UT 6-1 P 6-3 OF 6-0 RHP 6-2

Wt. 190 165 200 175 195 185 180 215 170 190 165 185 180 180 205 220 205 200 205 190 215 235 180 210 255 180 245 215 220 175 205

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

Coaching Staff Mitch Hill

Head Baseball Coach

LaDale Hayes

Assistant Baseball Coach

Nick Flangan

Graduate Assistant Baseball Coach

Walt Ashwander

Graduate Assistant Baseball Coach

Yr Sr. R-So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. R-Sr.

Hometown/Last School Gurley, AL/Motlow State CC Memphis, TN/Fairley Omaha, NE/Luna Community College Stockbridge, GA/Calhoun Community Col. Blaine, WA/Olympic College Huntsville, AL/Lee HS Sheffield, AL/Sheffield Miami, FL/Miami Dade Community College Decatur, AL/Decatur, HS Killen, AL/Kansas City Kansas Comm. Col Huntsville, AL/Calhoun Community College East Frankin, AL/Phil Campbell High School Huntsville, AL/Buckhorn High School Florence, AL/Brooks HS Toney, AL/Ardmore Muscle Shoals, AL/Calhoun Comm. Coll Sigourney, IA/Marshalltown Comm. Col Huntsville, AL Lee HS Collinwood, TN/Martin Methodist College Ankeny, IA/Marshalltown Comm. Coll. Russellville, AL/Wallace State-Hanceville CC Muscle Shoals, AL/Arkansas Baptist College Huntsville, AL/Volunteer State Comm. Coll. West Des Moines, IA/K.C. Kansas CC Ohumwa, IA/Marshalltown Comm. Coll. Denver, CO/Fort Scott Community College New Hope, AL/Snead State Comm. Coll. Florence, AL/Selma High School Seattle, WA/Olympic College Decatur, GA/Arabia Mountain Miami, FL/Hialeah Miami-Lakes High School


——SEASON PREVIEW—— Normal- The upcoming season will be a busy one for the Bulldog baseball team. The team has scheduled 55 games for first year head coach Mitch Hill’s inaugural season. The Maroon & White will play majority of their games in front of the home crowd, as 30 of the 55 games will take place at Bulldog Field. “Comparing to last year we stayed on the road often. This year being my first as a head coach, it just so happens that the schedule allows us to be home majority of the season,” mentioned Hill. “I feel that gives us an advantage. Home field is a good thing, it’s easier to win at home then on the road; but we also have to be able to go into different cities, especially in our conference and be victorious. We will have to come up with good wins on the road as well as at home.” Kicking off the season will be a four game series versus Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne, beginning on February 14, at 12:00 p.m. After hosting IPFW, A&M will play a home and home series with the Blazers of Alabama-Birmingham. “As a coaching staff, expectations are high this year. Teams on our non-conference schedule like Auburn and Troy have new coaching staffs or are rebuilding. Troy University lost three guys in the middle of their line up due to the draft,” said Hill. “The way we have done our schedule this year I feel like we can compete with every team we are set to face”. On February 21, the Bulldogs will welcome the visiting Jackrabbits of South Dakota State. The team from the Summit League will travel to the southeast to play a four game series in Huntsville. After facing SDS, the Maroon and White will hit the road to play both Auburn and Lipscomb, before returning home to start Southwestern Athletic Conference play. “IPFW and South Dakota State who we start off with in the first two weeks, will travel down to Huntsville to play us and it will probably be the first time they get to get on the field in the spring. If we win right away in the first few weeks that’s going to give our team some confidence,” mentions the first-year leader. Kicking off conference play, A&M will host the Braves of Alcorn State in a three game series. The team will then hit the road to play the Tigers of the University of Missouri before continuing conference play versus the Tigers of Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. The team will then return home for a long eight game home stand. A&M will host in state rival Alabama State (3 games), Morehead State (2 games), and Abilene Christian (3 games), before venturing on the road again. In their third extended road trip, the team will travel to the Peach State to take on Georgia Southern, before getting back to league action versus the Devils of Mississippi Valley State in Itta Bena, Mississippi. The second half of the season will see the Bulldogs take on competition from non-conference programs Tennessee Tech, Samford University, the University of North Alabama, Troy, and Louisiana Tech as well as the conference foes Alcorn State, Jackson State, Alabama State and Mississippi Valley. Contests versus Tennessee Tech, Samford, and North Alabama will be in a home and home format, while action versus Louisiana Tech will be a three game series in Ruston, La. “We’ve brought in 22 new guys, so we will have a lot of new faces bouncing around on the field, expectations are high and we are excited.,” Hill recalls. “Keep an eye out for Andrew Utterback(OF, P), Justen Folger (2B), and Trey Nelson (OF, 2B, P), if these three guys can have a good season for us and put up good numbers we will be successful,” Hill continued. “If Nelson has a great season as expected, I believe he could be an All-Conference selection this upcoming year”, says Hill. “Along with the newcomers, we return Austin Hulsey and Patrick Dodson who were both All-SWAC selections last year. We look forward to them keeping their momentum rolling from last season to lead the 2014 Maroon & White Squad,” adds coach Hill.


——MEET THE TEAM—— #2 Caleb Bowen Right Handed Pitcher Senior 6-0 190 Home Town: Gurley, Alabama Nickname: Kota Last School: Motlow State Community College Major: Business Administration (Masters)

#3 Boston Martinez-Neal Shortstop/Second Base RS-Sophomore 6-0 165 Home Town: Memphis, Tennessee Major: General Studies Last School: Fairley High School

#4 Payden Khun Left Handed Pitcher Junior 6-0 200 Home Town: Omaha, Nebraska Major: Sports Management Last School: Luna Community College

#5 Ramon Nelson Outfielder Junior 5-10 175 Home Town: Stockbridge, Georgia Last School: Calhoun Community College


——MEET THE TEAM—— #6 Dustin Dhanani Catcher Junior 6-3 195 Home Town: Blaine, Washington Last School: Olympic College Major: Business Administration

#7 Brandyn Crutcher Outfielder Junior 5-9 185 Home Town: Huntsville, Alabama Nickname: Crutch Major: Finance Last School: Lee High School

#8 Dylan Johnson Right Handed Pitcher/INF Sophomore 6-0 180 Home Town: Sheffield, AL Nickname: D. J. Major: Mechanical Engineering Last School: Sheffield High School

#10 Julio Nunez Catcher Sophomore 6-0 215 Home Town: Miami, FL Nickname: Juli Major: Sports Management Last School: Miami Dade Community College


——MEET THE TEAM—— #11 Josh Freeman Right Handed Pitcher Sophomore 5-9 170 Home Town Decatur, Alabama Nickname Free Last School: Decatur High School Major: Environmental Science

#12 Caleb Waddell Catcher Junior 5-9 190 Home Town: Killen, Alabama Last School: Kansas City Kansas Community Col. Major: Finance

#13 Taylor Knight Right Handed Pitcher Freshman 6-3 165 Home Town: Huntsville, Alabama Nickname: Shaggy Major: Management Last School: Calhoun Community College

#14 Jordan Benford Third Base Sophomore 5-10 185 Home Town: East Franklin, Alabama Nickname: Beni Major: Physical Education Last School: Phil Campbell High School


——MEET THE TEAM—— #17 Braden Snyder Right Handed Pitcher Sophomore 5-11 180 Home Town Huntsville, Alabama Nickname Snyder Last School: Buckhorn High School Major: Physical Education

#18 Allen Belue Right Handed Pitcher Junior 6-0 180 Home Town: Florence, Alabama Nickname Turn Up King Last School: Brooks High School Major: Chemistry

#19 Austin Turner Third Base Freshman 6-3 205 Home Town: Toney, Alabama Major: Political Science Last School: Ardmore High School

#20 Collin Bradford Right Handed Pitcher Junior 6-2 220 Home Town: Muscle Shoals, Alabama Major: General Studies Last School: Calhoun Community Coll.


——MEET THE TEAM—— #21 Andrew Utterback Outfielder Junior 6-0 205 Home Town Sigourney, Iowa Nickname Drew Last School: Marshalltown Community College Major: Management

#22 Junior Home Town: Nickname Last School: Major:

Jordan Friend Infielder 6-3 200 Huntsville, Alabama D. J. Lee High School Logistics

#23 Dakota Smith Right Handed Pitcher Senior 6-2 205 Home Town: Collinwood, Tennessee Nickname: Kota Major: Political Science Last School: Martin Methodist College Major: Business Administration (Masters)

#25 Junior Home Town: Major: Last School:

Justen Folger Second Base 5-10 190 Ankeny, Iowa Sports Management Marshalltown Community College


——MEET THE TEAM—— #26 Austin Hulsey Outfielder/First Base Sophomore 6-3 215 Home Town Russellville, Alabama Nickname Hulsinator Last School: Wallace State-Hanceville CC Major: Finance

#27 Allen Smith First Base Junior 6-3 200 Home Town: Muscle Shoals, Alabama Last School: Arkansas Baptist College Major: Business Adminastration

#28 Patrick Dodson Outfielder Junior 5-9 180 Home Town: Huntsville, Alabama Nickname: P. Dod Major: Sports Management Last School: Volunteer State Community College Major: Physical Education

#30 Derrick Winter Right Handed Pitcher Junior 6-0 210 Home Town: West Des Moines, Iowa Major: Criminal Justice Last School: Kansas City Kansas Community Coll.


——MEET THE TEAM—— #33 Benjamin Ryder Right Handed Pitcher RS-Junior 6-7 255 Home Town Ohumwa, Iowa Nickname Ryde Last School: Marshalltown Community College Major: General Studies

#34 Ryan Ahrens Right Handed Pitcher Junior 6-3 180 Home Town: Denver, Colorado Last School: Fort Scott Community College Major: Management

#35 Richard Payne First Base Sophomore 6-3 245 Home Town: New Hope, Alabama Last School: Snead State Community College Major: General Studies

#36 Cornelius Woods Infielder Freshman 6-1 215 Home Town Florence, Alabama Nickname Smiley Home Town: West Des Moines, Iowa Major: Physical Education Last School: Selma High School


——MEET THE TEAM—— #39 Junior Home Town Nickname Last School: Major:

Devin Smith Right Handed Pitcher 6-3 220 Seattle, Washington Turn up King Olympic College Accounting

#42 Keyonta Welch Outfielder Freshman 6-0 175 Home Town: Decatur, Georgia Nickname Welch Last School: Arabia Mountain Major: Mechanical Engineer

#52 Manny Lora Right Handed Pitcher RS-Senior 6-2 205 Home Town: Miami, Florida Nickname: Manny Last School: Hialeah Miami-Lakes High School Major: Sports Management


——RECORD BOOK—— INDIVIDUAL (BATTING) AT BATS 169 LaDale Hayes, 2010 163 Brandyn Crutcher, 2012 162 Julio Nunez, 2012 162 Jordan Friend, 2012 160 Kency Duarte, 2011 158 Lamar Bridges, 2010 Juan Lopez, 2011 152 Turner Washington, 2008 150 Norbert Riggins, 2011 148 Noel Santos, 2010 147 Kency Duarte, 2010 147 Lamar Bridges, 2011 147 James Brown, 2011 146 Dustin Weeks, 2003 145 Walton Ashwander, 2012 RUNS 38 34 32 32 31 30 28 28 27 27 25 25

LaDale Hayes, 2010 Michael May, 2003 Scott Peebles, 2000 Damian Ellison, 2003 Damian Ellison, 2005 LaDale Hayes, 2007 Terrance Thomas, 2000 Brandyn Crutcher, 2012 Damian Ellison, 2004 Manny Siaca, 2008 Alvin Hall Jr., 2004 Lecaris Owens, 2004

HITS 56 54 54 52 49 48 46 45 45 43 43

LaDale Haye, 2010 Tyron Childress, 2008 Turner Washington, 2008 Manny Siaca, 2008 Michael May, 2003 Kency Duarte, 2011 Kency Duarte, 2010 Scott Peebles, 2000 Alton Ellison, 2009 Brandyn Crutcher, 2012 LaDale Hayes, 2009

DOUBLES 16 Alton Ellison, 2009 14 Manny Siaca, 2008 13 Damian Ellison, 2003 13 LaDale Hayes, 2010 12 Jordan Friend, 2012 10 Scott Peeble, 2000 10 Damian Ellison, 2004 10 Jeffery Wooley, 2004 9 Damian Ellison, 2005 9 LaDale Hayes, 2007

9 9 9

Tyron Chilldress, 2008 LaDale Hayes, 2009 Julio Nunez, 2012

TRIPLES 8 LaDales Hayes, 2011 6 Damian Ellison, 2003 6 Alvin Hall Jr., 2004 TRIPLES 4 Michael May, 2003 4. Marcus Spencer, 2009 4 Brandyn Crutcher, 2004 HOME RUNS 7 Marcus Spencer, 2009 6 Scott Peebles, 2000 4 Damian Ellison, 2004 4 Marcus Spencer, 2008 4 LaDale Hayes, 2010 4 Brian Rice, 2000 3 Arthur Moore, 2006 3 LaDale Hayes, 2007 3 LaDale Hayes, 2009 3 Steven Winpeye, 2010 3 Joseph Bryant, 2011 3 Norbert Riggins, 2011 STOLEN BASES 31 Brandyn Crutcher, 2012 22 LaDale Hayes, 2010 17 Kency Duarte, 2010 17 Steven Winpeye, 2010 16 Noel Santos, 2010 15 Juan Lopez, 2009 15 Fabian Harper, 2009 14 Julio Nunez, 2012 14 Clarence Heater, 2005 14 Michael May, 2003 13 Lamar Bridges, 2010 13 Juan Lopez, 2010 RBI 37 LaDale Hayes, 2010 36 Scott Peebles, 2000 30 Alton Ellison, 2009 29 Jeffery Wooley, 2003 27 Tyron Childress, 2004 27 Turner Washington, 2008 25 Demarcus Broughton, 2003 25 Tyron Childress, 2008 25 Marcus Spencer, 2009 24 Brian Rice, 2000 24 Kency Duarte, 2010 23 Jordan Friend, 2012 23 Wigberto Flores, 2005 BASE ON BALLS 36 Brandyn Crutcher, 2012 25 Norbert Riggins, 2012 23 Noel Santos, 2010

21 19 18 17 17 17 17

Norbert Riggins, 2010 Andrew Ragland, 2005 Damian Ellison, 2005 Damian Ellison, 2003 Kency Duarte, 2010 Deon Hall, 2010 Tyron Childress, 2008

HIT BY PITCH 10 LaDale Hayes, 2007 8 Kevin Lovejoy, 2003 8 Kevin Lovejoy, 2004 8 Kevin Lovejoy, 2005 8 Arthur Moore, 2004 8 Turner Washington, 2007 8 LaDale Hayes, 2009 7 Alvin Hall Jr., 2003 7 Alvin Hall Jr., 2004 7 Turner Washington, 2005 7 Adam Mitchell, 2012 7 Terrance Thomas, 2000 7 Ryan Sims, 2000 BATTING AVERAGE (100 AB MIN.) .432 Tyron Childress, 2008 .368 Michael May, 2003 .366 Manny Siaca, 2008 .364 Terrance Thomas, 2000 .355 Turner Washington, 2008 .338 Scott Peebles, 2000 .333 Damian Ellison, 2003 .333 Damian Ellison, 2005 .331 LaDale Hayes, 2010 .331 Alton Ellison, 2009 .328 Wigberto Flores, 2005 .327 Jeffery Wooley, 2003 .322 Alvin Hall Jr., 2004 .320 Tyron Childress, 2004 .316 Damian Ellison, 2004 TEAM BATTING BATTING AVERAGE .290 2000 .288 2006 .271 2005 RUNS 251 2010 241 2000 233 2003 HITS 374 355 341

2010 2003 2008 2011

DOUBLES


—RECORD BOOK Cont— 65 64 63 63

2009 2003 2004 2000

TRIPLES 15 2003 15 2005 14 2007 HOME RUNS 17 2000 13 2009 13 2010 STOLEN BASES 132 2010 92 2012 77 2009 RBI 208 207 196

2000 2010 2005

TEAM BATTING cont. BASE ON BALLS 169 2010 160 2012 140 2006 HIT BY PITCHES 50 2000 45 2007 41 2010 TEAM AT BATS 1506 2012 1449 2010 1384 2011 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING WINS 5 Aaron Sims, 2003 5 Charles Kinder, 2004 4 A.J. Campbell, 2010 4 Manny Lora 2010 4 Chris Hernandez, 2009 4 Justin Hill, 2004 4 Aaron Sims, 2000 4 Steven Wright, 2000 3 Sanchez Tucker, 2011 3 Grant Mattix, 2009 3 Bernard McKinney, 2009 3 Kevin Collins, 2008 3 Myron Clark, 2007

3 3

Joshua Swain, 2006 Ronald Mickens, 2003

STRIKEOUTS 57 Aaron Sims, 2003 53 Sanchez Tucker, 2011 53 Myron Clark, 2007 50 Manny Lora, 2011 43 Chris Hernandez, 2010 42 Jeremy Maples, 2005 42 Terry Owens, 2004 42 Roy Conway, 2000 41 Bernard McKinney, 2007 39 3 TIED INNINGS PITCHED 87.2 Sanchez Tucker, 2011 80.1 Kevin Collins, 2008 76.1 Josh Freeman, 2012 75.1 Grant Mattix, 2009 74.1 Chris Hernandez, 2010 71.1 Myron Clark, 2007 70.1 Bernard McKinney, 2007 68.2 Allen Belue, 2012 66.2 Sanchez Tucker, 2012 63.2 Ryan Bowling, 2012 EARNED RUN AVERAGE (40 INNING MIN) 1.24 Aaron Sims, 2003 3.35 Kevin Collins, 2007 4.48 Josh Freeman, 2012 4.78 A.J. Campbell, 2010 5.09 Chris Hernandez, 2010 EARNED RUN AVERAGE cont. 5.18 Samuel Coleman, 2004 5.20 Juan Flores, 2010 5.31 Manny Lora, 2011 6.00 Manny Lora, 2010 6.03 Allen Belue, 2012 WINNING % (40 INNING MIN) .714 Aaron Sims, 2003 .666 James Brown, 2011 .571 Manny Lora, 2010 .571 Aaron Sims, 2000 .500 Joshua Swain, 2006 .444 A.J.Campbell, 2010 .428 Grant Mattix, 2009 .428 Roy Conway, 2000 .375 Terry Owens, 2004 .363 Chris Hernandez, 2010 SAVES 3 2 2 2

Grant Mattix, 2009 Manny Lora, 2011 Juan Flores, 2010 Douglas Henry, 2004

BATTING AVERAGE AGAINST (40 INNING MIN) .204 Aaron Sims, 2003 .205 Kevin Collins, 2007 .241 Josh Freeman, 2012 BATTING AVERAGE AGAINST .261 Manny Lora, 2010 .268 Manny Lora, 2011 .281 Allen Belue, 2012 .285 Ryan Bowling, 2012 .290 Chris Hernandez, 2010 .290 Bernard McKinney, 2009 .291 Justin Hill, 2004 TEAM PITCHING WINS 17 2010 16 2000 15 2003 STRIKEOUTS 246 2010 244 2005 226 2003 INNINGS PITCHED 412.1 2012 368.1 2010 356.2 2011 TEAM ERA 6.68 2003 7.06 2007 7.67 2000 7.89 2010 7.92 2012 SAVES 4 3 3 3

2004 2011 2009 2003

BATTING AVERAGE AGAINST .307 2010 .311 2000 .313 2007 .317 2004 .318 2012


——FACILITIES OVERVIEW——


——FACILITIES OVERVIEW——


——2013 FINAL STATS—— 2013 Alabama A&M Baseball Overall Statistics for Alabama A&M Univ. (as of Mar 17, 2014) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 8-41 Player

DODSON, Patrick HULSEY, Austin WOODS, Cornelius NUNEZ, Julio BLACK, Bradley LINDSEY, T.J. HALL,Deon FRIEND, Jordan BOWEN, Caleb CRUTCHER, Brandyn RIGGINS,Norbert JOHNSON, Dylan BENFORD, Jordan FREEMAN,Josh TUCKER,Sanchez JOHNSON, Micah ASHWANDER, Walton WELCH, Tyler BELUE, Allen

avg gp-gs

.330 .313 .306 .297 .280 .279 .257 .218 .214 .208 .182 .181 .162 .148 .143 .103 .041 .000 .000

Home: 4-14

ab

r

1-0

191 182 111 111 182 86 136 147 14 159 33 72 74 27 7 29 49 1 0

35 27 16 18 27 15 21 10 1 31 4 11 3 2 2 1 4 0 0

63 9 57 10 34 12 33 4 51 12 24 2 35 2 32 9 3 1 33 1 6 1 13 1 12 5 4 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

49-49 48-48 32-28 31-31 49-48 26-24 41-36 41-41 4-4 46-45 9-9 23-21 24-21 9-8 3-2 14-11 20-17 1-0

h

Away: 4-26

2b 3b hr

1 2 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rbi

Neutral: 0-1

tb slg%

0 1 3 2 4 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

30 36 17 21 26 7 10 21 0 13 2 6 12 2 0 0 1 0 0

74 74 57 43 77 28 46 50 4 40 7 16 17 5 1 3 2 0 0

.387 .407 .514 .387 .423 .326 .338 .340 .286 .252 .212 .222 .230 .185 .143 .103 .041 .000 .000

bb hp

Conference: 6-16 so gdp

25 5 27 16 4 34 4 2 38 18 3 23 17 10 38 11 3 18 15 1 44 13 1 49 2 0 3 37 2 55 3 0 8 7 2 12 5 0 15 5 0 11 0 0 1 2 0 7 8 1 18 0 0 1 1 0 0

ob% sf sh sb-att

4 .419 3 .379 0 .342 0 .397 3 .371 0 .380 2 .336 0 .280 0 .313 0 .364 0 .243 1 .272 2 .213 0 .281 1 .143 0 .161 0 .190 0 .000 0 1.000

Totals

.252

49

1611

228

406

70 13 14

204

544

.338

189 34

402

16

Opponents

.345

49

1723

514

595

130 27 32

454

875

.508

280 76

209

6

1 1 0 4 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 3 0 4 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0

11-12 13-13 0-2 7-11 10-13 3-5 9-10 2-4 0-0 11-15 2-2 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

po

a

89

4

e fld% 5 .949

165

50

18 .923

102

20

7 .946

104

39

6 .960

178

8

5 .974

40

10

2 .962

82

4

4 .956

70 114

22 .893

8

16

150

1

7 .774 3 .981

17

3

3 .870

12

18

9 .769

98

9

6 .947

23

31

6 .900

5

14

4 .826

25

23

4 .923

30

35

5 .929

0

0

0 .000

2

7

1 .900

1201

407

117

.932

.446 51 31 125-153 1262

482

68

.962

.341 12 23

70-92

LOB - Team (382), Opp (447). DPs turned - Team (19), Opp (27). CI - Team (1), NUNEZ, Julio 1, Opp (2). IBB - Team (3), BLACK,Bradle 1, RIGGINS,Norb 1, HULSEY,Austi 1. Picked off - WOODS,Cornel 2, FRIEND, Jord 1, CRUTCHER, Br 1, HULSEY,Austi 1, NUNEZ, Julio 1, DODSON,Patri 1, HALL,Deon 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

BENFORD, Jordan BOWEN, Caleb FREEMAN,Josh SNYDER,Brade ASHWANDER, Walton JOHNSON, Dylan TUCKER,Sanchez BELUE, Allen HALL,Deon JOHNSON, Micah LORA, Manny HULSEY, Austin

era

w-l

7.50 0-1 7.57 0-9 8.06 4-10 8.44 0-0 8.51 0-3 8.74 0-1 9.14 4-3 9.98 0-7 10.50 0-0 13.16 0-4 18.00 0-0 25.50 0-3

app gs

cg

sho

sv

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

2 1 18 9 18 11 4 0 26 2 6 1 25 6 15 12 4 0 10 4 1 0 4 3

0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6.0 11 7 71.1 77 68 70.1 107 88 5.1 10 10 66.2 111 76 11.1 13 13 83.2 130 108 46.0 68 65 6.0 9 8 26.2 41 44 1.0 3 3 6.0 15 24

ip

h

5 60 63 5 63 11 85 51 7 39 2 17

4 63 51 6 21 11 48 30 9 26 2 9

6 34 45 3 35 7 35 21 2 19 1 1

3 11 20 2 30 3 26 16 2 9 2 6

0 5 4 1 3 1 5 4 1 3 0 0

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

0 2 4 0 7 0 7 3 0 4 1 4

.407 1 1 .285 8 10 .353 9 9 .370 0 0 .366 6 12 .260 0 1 .355 10 15 .354 12 14 .391 1 1 .336 9 8 .500 0 0 .441 2 5

0 2 0 2 8 8 2 4 10 1 1 0 1 8 1 3 1 0 3 12 7 2 12 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0

Totals

9.17

8-41

49 49

3

0/0

2

400.1

595

514

408

280

209

130

27

32

.345

58 76 14 51

31

Opponents

3.92

41-8

49 49

2

7/6

11

420.2

406

228

183

189

402

70

13

14

.252

33 34

23

5 12

PB - Team (29), NUNEZ, Julio 9, WOODS,Cornel 7, BENFORD,Jord 7, HULSEY,Austi 6, Opp (13). Pickoffs - Team (7), FREEMAN,Josh 2, ASHWANDER, W 2, JOHNSON,Mica 1, TUCKER,Sanch 1, BELUE, Allen 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - BENFORD,Jord (62-68), NUNEZ, Julio (31-42), FREEMAN,Josh (30-36), BOWEN,Caleb (28-35), HULSEY,Austi (26-34), BELUE, Allen (19-23), TUCKER,Sanch (12-17), ASHWANDER, W (13-16), WOODS,Cornel (10-10), JOHNSON,Mica (8-8), JOHNSON, Dyl (7-7), HALL,Deon (4-6).


——2014 ACTION——

2014 Alabama A&M Baseball Informational Guide