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2011 MEDIA GUIDE Allegheny College At A Glance

Team Information Table of Contents

Front Cover.........................................................................Page 1 Inside Front Cover..............................................................Page 2 Quick Facts.........................................................................Page 3 The Allegheny Advantage..............................................Pages 4-5 Baseball Facilities..............................................................Page 6 2011 Roster.......................................................................Page 7 2011 Season Preview...................................................Pages 8-9 Head Coach Kelly Swiney................................................Page 10 Assistant Coaches............................................................Page 11 Returning Player Profiles..........................................Pages 12-20 Newcomer Player Profiles........................................Pages 20-22 2010 Season Statistics.................................................. Page 23 North Coast Athletic Conference.....................................Page 24 Year-by-Year Team Statistics........................................... Page 25 All-Time Game Records................................................... Page 26 All-Time Season Records.................................................Page 27 All-Time Career Records.................................................. Page 28 All-Time Award Winners.................................................. Page 29 All-Time Opponent History.............................................. Page 30 Inside Back Cover............................................................Page 31 Back Cover....................................................................... Page 32

On the Cover (Front): Seniors MIke Pereslucha, Matt Stahl, and David Strawser. (Inside Front): 14 former Allegheny baseball players that have signed contracts in professional baseball.

Head Coach...................................................................... Kelly Swiney Alma Mater.................................................................. Allegheny ‘99 Career Record..................................... 47-31 (.603) (Third season) Phone.....................................................................(814) 332-2830 Email...........................................................kswiney@allegheny.edu Assistant Coach............................................................ Matthew Mark Alma Mater...................................... Washington and Jefferson ‘06 Phone.....................................................................(814) 332-2960 Email.............................................................mmark@allegheny.edu Mailing Address.................................................... 520 N. Main Street ....................................................................... Meadville, PA 16335 2010 Overall Record.................................................................. 25-15 2010 NCAC East Record/Finish.......................................... 12-4/2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................................11/7 Position Starters Returning/Lost.................................................. 5/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost................................................................ 6/5

Athletics Administration Staff

Director of Athletics....................................................... Betsy Mitchell Phone..................................................................... (814) 332-3350 Email......................................................... bmitchell@allegheny.edu Associate Director of Ath. and Rec........................................ Bill Ross Phone..................................................................... (814) 332-2316 Email............................................................... bross@allegheny.edu Ast. AD for Compliance..................................................Mandy Prusia Phone..................................................................... (814) 332-3367 Email...........................................................mprusia@allegheny.edu Head Athletic Trainer....................................................Jamie Plunkett Phone..................................................................... (814) 332-2814 Email..........................................................jplunkett@allegheny.edu Director of Athletic Equipment and Facilities.............. Ron Clements Phone..................................................................... (814) 332-4396 Asst. Dir. of Athletic Comm........................................ Daniel Gallegos Phone..................................................................... (814) 332-2812 Email........................................................ dgallegos@allegheny.edu

Media Guide Credits

The 2011 Allegheny College Baseball Media Guide is produced and edited by the Department of Athletics and Recreation. Editor: Daniel Gallegos, Assistant Director of Athletic Communications. Inside Front Cover Design: Daniel Gallegos, Assistant Director of Athletic Communications. Front/Inside Back/Back Cover Design: Zach Hill, Student Assistant Graphic Designer. Contributing Photography: Ed Mailliard, David Sinclair, and the Office of Athletic Communications.

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QUICK FACTS/TABLE OF CONTENTS

Location........................................................ Meadville, Pennsylvania Founded........................................................................................1815 Enrollment...................................................................................2,100 Nickname...................................................................................Gators Colors.............................................................................Blue and Gold Home Field................................................................. Robertson Field President........................................................Dr. James H. Mullen, Jr. Conference......................................North Coast Athletic Conference Affiliation.................................................................... NCAA Division III School Website......................................................www.allegheny.edu Athletic Website......................................... www.alleghenysports.com

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL

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BASEBALL FACILITIES

ALLEGHENY BASEBALL

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Below: View from third base side of field

Above: Aerial shot of Robertson Field

Named after 1906 alum Andrew Wells Robertson, the state-of-theart Robertson Athletic & Recreation Complex encompases the home facilities of the baseball, football, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, and tennis teams. The original fields, known then as College Field, were built in 1949 and were renamed in 1962 for Andrew Wells Robertson to honor the year he was named the college’s Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Trustees. Robertson Field, the home of Allegheny Baseball, is located within the 203-acre Robertson Athletic Complex. The area was first cleared in the 1950s, and in the late 1980s, Allegheny College built the permanent baseball-only facility. The facility includes a batting cage, which sits along the right-field fence, allowing easy access for ingame use, and two spacious dugouts behind each baseline. During the early part of the spring season, the Gators have the luxury of utilizing two full-length indoor batting cages inside the David V. Wise Sport and Fitness Center. The indoor facilities allows the team to throw live bullpen sessions to hitters and engage in other baseball-related activities.. Images Below: Shot of two full-size indoor batting cages

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Mike Pezzone

Fr.

IF/RHP

R/R

5-8

165

Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper Saint Clair

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Ben Lowmanster

Jr.

C/RHP

R/R

6-1

215

Meadville, Pa./Meadville

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David Montibeller

Jr.

IF

R/R

5-10

175

Rices Landing, Pa./Jefferson-Morgan

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Eddie Mora-Loera

Fr.

IF

R/R

5-8

160

Oakland, Calif./Bishop O’ Dowd

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Mike Pereslucha

Sr.

RHP/UTL

R/R

6-1

207

Pittsburgh, Pa./Kiski Area

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Chad Starzer

So.

1B

R/R

6-3

235

Conklin, N.Y./Susquehanna Valley

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Jeff Dassner

So.

IF

R/R

5-7

140

Wexford, Pa./North Allegheny

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Aaron Lynch

Sr.

IF

R/R

6-1

190

Concord, N.C./A.L. Brown

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David Strawser

Sr.

RHP

R/R

6-3

180

Tipp City, Ohio/Tippecanoe

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James Kim

So.

OF

R/R

6-0

180

Bathesda, Md./Walter Johnson

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Frank Brank

So.

RHP

R/R

5-9

175

Avonmore, Pa./Kiski Area

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Frank Triozzi

So.

C

R/R

6-0

180

Cleveland, Ohio/Shaker Heights

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Bryan Weisgal

Fr.

LHP

L/L

6-1

160

New York City, N.Y./Bronx HS of Science

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Eric Hansen

So.

OF/RHP

R/R

6-1

180

Erie, Pa./McDowell

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Andy Feikls

Fr.

OF

R/R

5-10

155

Erie, Pa./Cathedral Prep

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Jon Boyd

Fr.

IF

R/R

5-9

165

Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper Saint Clair

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Garrett Morosky

Fr.

LHP/OF

L/L

6-1

165

Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel

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Kyle Berns

Jr.

LHP

L/L

6-2

190

Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood

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Paul Nelson

Fr.

1B

R/R

6-0

190

Weston, Mass./Weston

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Jake Forstyk

So.

RHP

R/R

6-7

205

Chardon, Ohio/Chardon

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Samuel Hyun

Fr.

RHP

R/R

6-2

215

Newton, Mass./Newton South

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Kyle Davis

Fr.

IF/RHP

L/R

6-1

172

Solebury, Pa./New Hope-Solebury

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Brandon Ellis

Fr.

RHP/OF

L/R

6-3

185

Southington, Ohio/Chalker

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Mick Betler

So.

C/OF

R/R

5-10

180

Charleroi, Pa./Geibel Catholic

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Matt Stahl

Sr.

1B

R/R

6-4

225

Meyersdale, Pa./Meyersdale

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Phil Morissette

So.

RHP/OF

L/R

6-2

200

Gibsonia, Pa./Pine-Richland

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Shane Regel

Fr.

C

R/R

5-11

190

Boalsburg, Pa./State College

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Joe Pierce

Fr.

OF

R/R

5-11

190

Oakland, N.J./Indian Hills

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Aaron Alston

Fr.

OF

R/R

6-0

155

Upper Marlboro, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt

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Steven Newbrough

So.

OF

L/R

5-11

220

West Deer, Pa./Deer Lakes

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Eric Brandt

Fr.

IF/RHP

R/R

5-10

180

Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep

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Zack Nichols

Sr.

OF

R/R

6-0

195

Burton, Ohio/Berkshire

California (1) Eddie Mora-Loera Maryland (2) Aaron Alston, James Kim Massachusetts (2) Samuel Hyun, Paul Nelson New Jersey (2) Kyle Berns, Joe Pierce New York (2) Chad Starzer, Bryan Weisgal

North Carolina (1) Aaron Lynch Ohio (5) Brandon Ellis, Jake Forstyk, Zack Nichols, David Strawser, Frank Triozzi Pennsylvania (17) Mick Betler, Jon Boyd, Eric Brandt, Frank Brank, Jeff Dassner, Kyle Davis, Andy Feikls, Eric Hansen, Ben Lowmaster, David Montibeller, Garrett Morosky, Phil Morrissette, Steven Newbrough, Mike Pereslucha, Mike Pezzone, Shane Regel, Matt Stahl

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By Class

By State

Head Coach: Kelly Swiney, 3rd season (Allegheny, ‘99) Assistant/Pitching Coach: Matt Mark, 2nd season (Washington & Jefferson, ‘06) Assistant Coach: Brandon Crum, 1st season (Gannon, ‘10) Student Assistant Coach: Matt Susi, 2nd season (Allegheny, ‘11)

2011 TEAM ROSTER BREAKDOWN

No. Name

2011 Allegheny College Baseball Roster Yr. Pos. B/T Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School

Seniors - 5 Juniors - 3 Sophomores - 10 Freshmen - 14

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2011 SEASON PREVIEW

ALLEGHENY BASEBALL With consecutive winning seasons of at least 22 wins, head baseball coach Kelly Swiney enters his third season as the team’s skipper, and will field a team in 2011, that is poised to continue the upward trend of recent years and re-establish Allegheny among the elite baseball programs in the country. “It is our goal and expectation each and every year to get this program back to where it has historically been,” explains Swiney. “In order to accomplish that goal, we have to be consistent throughout the year. In doing that, by the end of the season we should be in a position to make the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Tournament; have the opportunity to win the tournament, and ultimately make the NCAA tournament.” In 2010, Swiney’s second season, the Gators went 25-15 overall and 12-4 in the NCAC; the program’s most overall wins since 2002 (25-9). The 12-4 league mark qualified the Gators for the conference tournament for the first time since 2007. With the return of over half their starting lineup from a year ago, and an experienced pitching staff that boasts two senior arms at the top-end of the rotation, the Gators are tabbed by the league’s head coaches to finish third in the NCAC for the upcoming season. “Overall this year, in all aspects of the game we have the luxury of depth,” remarked Swiney. “This year our lineup is a definite strength. Most of the guys in our lineup, even the underclassmen, got a lot of game experience last year, and that experience will serve us well this year.” Not only does the starting lineup return this year with experience and depth, but it also brings with it an element that has not been there in years past. “When looking at our lineup, from top-to-bottom, we possess a lot of team speed that we will use to our advantage both on offense and defense.” With all things considered, given the names that Swiney will pencil into the lineup card on a game-by-game basis, the expectations he has for this year’s team and the program as a whole are not lofty in the least; rather, they can be very much a reality.

Pitching

Starting Staff -- Pitching has an opportunity to be a viable strength this season. Returning to the mix and anchoring the top-end of the starting staff are the senior arms Mike Pereslucha and David Strawser. Pereslucha is coming back after suffering a season-ending injury in what was to be his final season in 2010. The return of Pereslucha solidifies the Gators’ rotation and gives them a genuine ace of the staff. The right-hander possesses a live fastball, and compliments his heater with a power breaking ball. In two starts last year, Pereslucha held hitters to a .136 batting average and struck

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out nine batters while maintaining a 3.00 ERA. Strawser, a All-NCAC Second Team selection a year ago for his work on the mound, can be characterized as a true “pitcher” that has great mound presence, remains calm under pressure, and has the ability to throw up to four pitches for strikes. Last year, Strawser was a David Strawser workhorse logging 51.2 innings, making 12 overall appearances with nine starts. In his time on the mound, Strawser recorded the second most strikeouts on the club with 37, and compiled a 4-4 overall record. The starting rotation will also feature rookie Kyle Davis, who will enter the season as the no. three starter. Davis, similar to Strawser, is an intelligent pitcher that works the ball on both sides of the plate. Davis also has the valuable combination of velocity and movement with his fastball. The final conference starting role may see a few arms in the mix, but junior Ben Lowmaster is tabbed to get the first crack at the job. Lowmaster, who also serves as the team’s primary starting catcher, has a quality arm when toeing the rubber. To help make him most effective on the mound, the coaching staff will have to carefully balance his role as a pitcher and starting catcher. Also in the mix to pick up mid-week starts and possibly join the conMike Pereslucha ference rotation are sophomores Frank Brank, Phil Morrissette, and rookies Brandon Ellis and Garrett Morosky. Morosksy is a left-handed option while Brank, Ellis, and Morrissette are right-handers. All four will not only be looked at in the starting rotation, but each will be utilized out of the bullpen as well. Relief – The core of relievers that Swiney will call upon from the bullpen will be young, however, they are also a talented group. One of the top relievers on the club will not emerge from the pen when called upon; rather, sophomore Eric Hansen will march onto the mound from his centerfield spot. Hansen, who did not appear in a game as a pitcher last season, began working in as a pitcher this fall. Already with a great arm in the outfield, his development as a pitcher has been quick, and was

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impressive during the fall. The top two bullpen arms returning from last year are sophomore Frank Brank and junior Kyle Berns. The lefthanded Berns, in nine appearances and 22.0 innings in relief last season, posted a teamlow 1.59 ERA and punched-out 18 batters. He will be looked to fill the middle relief role once again in 2011. Brank had the secondlowest ERA among relievers and emerged as a reliable relief option in his rookie campaign. In that year, Brank went 2-0 with a 2.66 ERA in 20.1 innings pitched over seven total appearances and one start. He also led the team in saves with two. Sophomore Jake Forstyk will see time on the bump after losing his rookie season to injury. At 6’7”, Forstyk is the tallest member of pitching staff. A pair of rookies in Samuel Hyun and Mike Pezzone will log innings this year as well, adding to the depth of the staff. “I am excited about the overall depth of the staff; between the starters and the relievers we have valuable experience at the top and have several young options that we are excited about developing,” noted Swiney. “It will be a matter of who steps up for us as the season progresses and eats up the crucial innings late in games.”

Infield

Catchers – Starting behind the dish once again for the Gators is slated to be Lowmaster. A season ago, he was named to the All-NCAC First Team after hitting .389 with 15 doubles and driving in 32 runs. Lowmaster has the potential to hit over .400 as a hitter, and has also developed into a skilled defender behind the plate. To match his experience as the primary backstop, Lowmaster possesses a great arm and is able to control the other team’s running game with his plus-arm. Spelling Lowmaster over the course of a conference weekend, or a fill-in for when he pitches will be either sophomore Frank Triozzi or rookie Shane Regel. Triozzi is more of a defensivelystrong catcher, while Regel has a better bat at the moment. Sophomore Mick Betler will also figure into the mix and add to the catching depth. First Base – Assuming his role as a starter on the right side of the corner infield, and in the middle of the lineup, will be senior Matt Stahl. Already named to the D3baseball.com Preseason All-American Honorable Mention Team and is the only first baseman listed on the

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Second Base – Sophomore Jeff Dassner, who appeared in all 40 games (38 starts) a year ago, will be the opening day second baseman once again. Defensively, he is solid and has range up the middle. With aboveJeff Dassner average speed already in his skill set, the hopes are that he will find his way on base more often and raise his batting average of .302 from a year ago. Batting in the middle third of the lineup, RBI opportunities will be there for Dassner throughout the season. Behind Dassner will be rookie Eddie Mora-Loera. Mora-Loera is a player that hails from a strong high school program in Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd High), and with his ability to hit and defensive skills, he will push for playing time as a rookie. Shortstop – A tight battle between a pair of rookies in Jon Boyd and Kyle Davis is being waged to find the starter at shortstop in 2011. Each brings athleticism and talent to the position, making the decision a pleasant problem for the coaching staff. Boyd has a great glove and fields the ball well while having a great knowledge of the game. Davis has a strong arm to compliment his range. Consistent and productive hitting will more than likely be the determining factor in deciding which one becomes the everyday shortstop. Third Base – Anchoring the hot corner this year will be senior captain Aaron Lynch. Lynch is moving to third base after spending most of last year as the shortstop following the season-ending injury to Pereslucha. A bet-

ter fit all around at third base, Lynch will be expected to provide senior leadership, and for his numbers to return to what he put up his first year as a Gator. Backing up Lynch at third base will be rookies Mike Pezzone and Eric Brandt. Pezzone is a great defender with a plus arm. Brandt is a solid hitter. Both will provide significant depth at third.

Outfield

Centerfield – Patrolling centerfield, and leading off will be returning sophomore Eric Hansen. An aggressive player that impacts the game with his bat, speed, and exceptional range, Hansen will be a major key to the production of the remainder of the lineup. A season ago, he was selected as an AllNCAC Second Team performer after having the secondhighest batting average (.409) and on-base percentage (.527) on the team. Hansen also led the team in runs scored (50) and stolen Eric Hansen bases (17). Adding to the depth of centerfield will be rookie Andy Feikls. Late in games to free up the possibility of Hansen closing games, Feikls will be called upon as a defensive replacement given that he is an excellent defensive outfielder. Corner Outfield – Heading into the 2011 season, left field is a fluid position that will see several occupants throughout the year depending upon how other positions solidify and players moving from the field for an appearance on the mound. The leading candidate for the job early in the season is sophomore Phil Morrissette. Morrissette saw part-time action in the outfield a year ago and hit .278 with a homerun and seven RBI in 22 appearances. Morrissette, who swings from the left side, has pop in his bat. Defensively, Morrissette has a plus arm, and will also see time on the mound. Depending upon the outcome of the battle at shortstop, rookie Kyle Davis could become the everyday left fielder to keep his bat in the lineup. Davis, like Morrissette, will also log innings on the mound. Looking to build upon the hot end to his junior season, senior Zack Nichols, will figure to be the starting right fielder in 2011. Nichols brings experience to the field along with a good arm, athleticism, and the potential to hit for power. It will be key for Nichols to jump out to a hot start and maintain consistency in his offensive production. Sophomore James Kim and rookie Joe Pierce will figure into the mix for playing time in the outfield.

Designated Hitter

Senior Mike Pereslucha will serve as the team’s primary designated hitter in 2011. Before going out for the year due to injury, Pereslucha’s bat was red-hot to start the year in 2010. In six games, he hit .545 with 2 homeruns and seven RBI. He was also 2-for-2 in stolen base chances. The Gators will look for him to be a major presence in the middle of the lineup and serve as protection for Stahl, who will hit ahead of him in the lineup. Regel, Morrissette, and Mora-Loera will also be options to serve as the designated hitter pick up pinch hit at bats throughout the season.

Schedule

In 2011, the Gators will be charged with the task of navigating a schedule that features a host of nationally-renowned non-conference opponents, and the always tough slate of conference games. Highlighting the nonconference portion of the schedule will be games against Penn State Behrend, Washington & Jefferson, and UW-Stevens Point. All three qualified for a NCAA Regional last year, and UW-Stevens Point advanced to the NCAA Championship Tournament by winning the Midwest Regional. In the wake of the lengthy postseason run, UW-Stevens Point received a no. 2 ranking in the NCBWA /D3baseball.com preseason poll. In that same preseason poll, Penn State Behrend, who was ranked outside of the top-25, appeared on the list of schools that were receiving votes. The matchup with UW-Stevens Point will be among the Gators’ seven scheduled games during their spring break trip to Winter Haven, Fla. The annual trip will be a measuring stick for the Gators as they will also take on perennially-strong schools such as Bowdoin and St. Olaf in a pair of double headers. A change to the format of the conference portion of the schedule will be the doing away with the splitting of the conference into East and West Divisions. Rather, in 2011, all teams in the NCAC will play one another, once, in a one day double header format. One of the big challenges for the Gators in the NCAC will be the College of Wooster. After winning the conference tournament in 2010, the Fighting Scots joined Penn State Behrend and Washington & Jefferson in the Mideast Region last year. Voted as the favorites in the NCAC, the Scots are currently ranked no. 19 in the latest NCBWA/D3baseball.com national rankings. The 2011 season kicks off on the weekend of March 4th with the club traveling south to Myrtle Beach, S.C. playing in four games over three days as part of the Ripken Experience. In those four games, the Gators will face the likes of Catholic University, Penn State-Abington, Penn State-Berks, and Wilkes University.

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Baseball America Division III Preseason Player Watch List, Stahl is the highest profiled returning hitter on the team. Fueling the preseason accolades was his magnificent junior season in which he was third in the nation, and tops in the NCAC in batting average (.500). In his first two seasons as a regular starter, Stahl has hit over .420 each of those years and is now on pace to set a new career batting average record by season’s end. As a senior and captain, Stahl will be looked upon to be the leader of the offense. Swiney is hopeful that not only Stahl will continue to hit for average, but also that his power numbers will increase. Adding depth at first base will be sophomore Chad Starzer and rookie Paul Nelson.

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL Head Coach Kelly Swiney

Kelly Swiney, a 1999 graduate of Allegheny College, enters his third season as the head coach at his alma mater. In his first two seasons as the Gators’ skipper, he has guided the team to back-to-back 22-plus win campaigns. After a 25-15 season last year, the Gators qualified for the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Tournament for the first time since 2007.

HEAD COACH KELLY SWINEY

As the head coach at Allegheny, Swiney has managed 10 All-NCAC performers, including the 2010 NCAC Pitcher of the Year in Matt Dishong.

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Prior to taking the head job at Allegheny, Swiney served as an assistant coach for two seasons at Amherst College (Mass.) under legendary coach Bill Thurston. During his tenure, the Lord Jeffs competed in two New England Small College Athletic Conference Tournaments, with a runner-up finish in 2008. In addition, with Swiney on staff, Amherst notched consecutive 20-win seasons, including the program’s third-highest total (24 in 2008). Primarily a hitting coach, Swiney was instrumental in the offensive improvement of Amherst over a two-year span that included an incline in batting average, runs, hits, runs batted in and home runs.

The Swiney File Education

(Allegheny, ‘99) B.A. - Managerial Economics (Cal. Pa, ‘08) M.A. - Sports Administration

Head Coaching Experience Allegheny College (2009-Present)

Assistant Coaching Experience

Amherst College (2007-2008) Washington & Jefferson Univ. (2005-2006) Thiel College (2002-2004) King’s College (2001)

Swiney’s Record at Allegheny

Year

Overall

%

2009

22-16

.579

10-6

2010

25-15

.625

12-4

Totals

47-31

.603

22-10

Swiney Notables • • • • •

NCAC

Has coached 10 All-NCAC players, including 2010 NCAC Pitcher of the Year Matt Dishong. Led the 2010 Gators to the NCAC Tournament for the first time since 2007. Posted back-to-back 20-plus wins in a season for the first time since ‘03-’04. As the hitting coach of Amherst and W&J, he helped raise team offensive statistics in several categories As a senior at Allegheny, he hit 17 doubles placing him third on the singleseason list.

Leading up to his successful stint at Amherst, Swiney spent time as an assistant coach at Washington and Jefferson University, Thiel College and King’s College (Pa.). 2001, just a few years removed from his collegiate playing days, marked the beginning of his coaching career with a one-year stay at King’s College. The following year, Swiney became an assistant at Thiel, and remained there until 2004. The 2003 Thiel squad won the program’s first President’s Athletic Conference in 21 years, and broke the school record for wins in a season. During his time at Washington and Jefferson, Swiney helped the baseball team to a 66-28 record in the 2005-06 seasons including a school-record 34 wins in 2006. The team appeared in backto-back ECAC South Region Tournament finals, winning the championship in ’06. Once again as the hitting coach, he helped bolster the team’s offensive statistics, most notably helping raise the team’s batting average from .256 in ’04 to .328 in ’06. In his playing days, Swiney was a three-year starter for the Gators in the outfield, and finished with a .356 career batting average. He ranks third on the all-time list for doubles in a season with 17. He was also named to the NCAC All-Conference Team in 1999 and was a member of the 1997 team that set the school record for victories with 40. Swiney also played on NCAC Championship teams in 1997 and 1999 and took part in three NCAA playoff runs, including two regional runner-up finishes in 1996 and 1997. While at Allegheny, he earned a Bachelor’s degree in managerial economics. In 2008, he received a Master’s degree in Sport Management from California University of Pennsylvania.

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2011 MEDIA GUIDE Assistant/Pitching Coach Matthew Mark

Matthew Mark is now in his second season as an assistant baseball coach with the Gators. Last year, in his first season with the Gators, Mark served as the pitching coach, and helped lower the pitching staff’s collective ERA from 5.49 in 2009 to 4.07 in 2010. Mark also helped mentor the 2010 North Coast Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year in Matt Dishong. Under Mark, Dishong posted career-bests in ERA (2.65), wins (5), appearances (14), complete games (4), innings pitched (68.0), strikeouts (72), and batting average against (.238). Prior to Allegheny, Mark spent a year as the assistant varsity football and baseball coach at Indian Creek School in Wintersville, Ohio, where he also served as the behavioral teacher. A 2006 graduate of Washington & Jefferson with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration, he was a member of the varsity baseball team for three years, and a captain for two seasons. Mark helped lead the Presidents to PAC Championships in 2004 and 2006.

Mark is also active in the summer months assisting with several Division I baseball camps including the camps at the University of Kentucky, University of Virginia, and the Naval Academy Leadership Camp.

Assistant/Catching Coach Brandon Crum

A 2010 graduate of NCAA Division II Gannon University, Crum is in his first season as the Catching coach at Allegheny College. As a collegiate player, Crum was named to the All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Baseball Second Team as a senior in 2010. In that year, Crum started and played in all 43 games that the Knights. Crum is not new to the coaching circuit. Since 2008, he has served as the head coach of the French Creek Valley Legion team.

Student Assistant Coach Matt Susi

A senior at Allegheny College, Matt Susi enters his second season as the Gators’ student assistant coach after being a part of the team his first two years on campus. In his role as the student assistant, Susi serves as the first base coach at all games.

ASSISTANT COACHES

After graduation, he spent the next season as the assistant baseball coach at W&J, filling in for current Gator head coach Kelly Swiney who took the top assistant job at Amherst College. At W&J, Mark was involved in day-to-day situational analysis, field operation and recruiting.

Susi is expected to graduate from Allegheny in the Spring of 2011 with a degree in Economics.

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL Aaron Lynch

2011 RETURNER PROFILES

Senior Infield - R/R 6-1, 190 Concord, N.C. A.L. Brown

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2010: Named to the All-NCAC Honorable Mention team as a junior…appeared and started in all 40 games for the Gators…split time early in the season between shortstop and third base before settling up the middle for the final 34 games…led the team in at bats (149), sacrifice bunts (10)…was second on the club in sacrifice flies (2)…scored the third most runs on the team with 34…finished the year with a batting average of .274 (41-of-149)…had a season-long hitting streak of six games in which he hit .407 (11-of-27) in that time…picked up three hits in a game four separate occasions…had 11 games in which he collected two or more hits…drove in 17runs for the year and four times drove in two runs in a game…helped turn 21 double plays while fielding at a clip of .920. 2009: Made immediate impact as a Gator, assuming the leadoff spot in the lineup...had team’s second-highest batting average (.352) and led the squad in runs (30), hits (45), stolen bases (11) and total bases (55)...collected three hits during four different games...scored three runs twice...Batted 3-for-5, finishing with two doubles, one run and one RBI in 9-7 win against Oberlin...went 3-for-4, stole three bases and scored two runs, including the game-winning score in a 4-3 win over Messiah...drove in season-high three runs during 8-3 victory versus Hiram. Personal: Son of Tim and Paris Lynch...born March 25, 1988...History major with a minor in English. Lynch’s Career Stats Year Avg 2009 .352 2010 .275 Totals .310

GP-GS AB R H 38-38 128 30 45 40-40 149 34 41 78-78 277 64 86

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 6 2 0 18 55 .430 4 1 1 17 50 .336 10 3 1 35 105 .379

BB 18 7 25

HBP 5 4 9

SO GDP OBP SF 13 2 .450 0 14 2 .321 2 27 4 .383 2

Zack Nichols Senior Outfield - R/R 6-0, 195 Burton, Ohio Berkshire

SH SB-SBA PO A E 2 11-16 58 94 20 10 3-5 49 112 14 12 14-21 107 206 34

FLD% .884 .920 .902

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2010: Appeared in 34 games over the course of the season and bookended his junior campaign making five starts in the beginning of the season and starting the final nine games in the outfield…hit .238 (15-of-63)…had his best game against Thiel on April 25th as he went 3-for-5 and drove in a run…made one outfield assist as he had a fielding percentage of .935. 2009: Became a regular performer for the Gators, finishing with 25 appearances...had a pair of twohit games -- in a 5-0 win over Pitt-Bradford and an 11-3 victory against Hiram...scored two runs in 13-6 win versus Mount Union...smacked a RBI double during 11-3 victory over Juniata. 2008: Played 15 games as a freshman, making four starts...collected a two-run single in first collegiate at-bat during 21-17 win over Wentworth Tech. Personal: Son of Tim and Diane Nichols...born February 27, 1989...Economics major with minors in English and Communication Arts. Nichols’ Career Stats

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Year Avg 2008 .176 2009 .206 2010 .238 Totals .219

GP-GS AB R H 15-4 17 3 3 25-11 34 6 7 34-15 63 8 15 75-30 114 17 25

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 5 3 .176 1 0 0 3 8 .235 2 0 1 6 20 .317 3 0 1 14 31 .272

BB 2 6 4 12

HBP 1 3 6 10

SO GDP OBP SF 9 0 .286 1 11 0 .372 0 21 0 .342 0 41 0 .343 1

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SH SB-SBA PO A E 1 0-0 8 2 1 2 1-3 24 1 2 1 3-6 28 1 2 4 4-9 60 4 5

FLD% .909 .926 .935 .927


2011 MEDIA GUIDE Mike Pereslucha

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Senior RHP/UTL - R/R 6-1, 190 Pittsburgh, Pa. Kiski

Pereslucha’s Career Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Avg GP-GS .242 36-36 .284 34-33 .324 33-32 .545 6-4 .293 109-105

Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

ERA 6.29 6.68 3.60 3.00 5.33

W-L 3-0 0-4 3-1 1-0 7-5

AB 99 102 105 11 317

R 27 24 28 4 83

H 24 29 34 6 93

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 5 0 4 23 41 .414 4 0 6 21 51 .500 7 4 1 23 52 .495 1 1 2 7 15 1.364 17 5 13 74 159 .502

App GS CG ShO 7 4 0 0/0 8 5 1 0/0 6 6 0 0/0 2 2 0 0/1 23 17 1 0/1

Sv 0 1 0 0 1

IP 24.1 31.0 30.0 6.0 91.1

H 27 40 24 3 94

R 20 26 15 3 64

ER 17 23 12 2 54

BB 16 12 16 4 49

HBP 0 6 2 1 9

BB 15 15 23 4 57

SO 15 18 30 9 72

SO GDP OBP SF 31 4 .342 2 40 0 .393 1 26 0 .423 0 2 0 .688 0 99 4 .399 3

SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD 2 3-3 37 55 13 .876 0 8-9 49 18 9 .882 1 5-5 26 52 12 .867 0 2-2 3 5 4 .667 3 18-19 115 130 38 .866

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 7 0 2 120 .276 4 4 8 3 0 153 .313 7 6 2 0 0 138 .220 4 4 0 0 0 28 .136 0 2 17 3 2 439 . 15 16

Matt Stahl Senior First Base - R/R 6-4, 225 Meyersdale, Pa. Meyersdale

BK 2 1 1 0 4

SFA 2 1 2 0 5

SHA 1 3 0 0 4

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2010: Selected as an American Baseball Coaches Association (AWBCA) All-Mideast Region Second Team selection and was also named to the All-NCAC Second Team... he finished the year with a .500 (61-of-122) batting average which was tops on the team and in the NCAC... the two-time All-NCAC standout led the team in slugging percentage (.680), on base percentage (.562), hits (61), RBIs (39), total bases (83), sac flies (3), and tied for the team lead in home runs (4)...in the NCAC he finished in the top 10 in seven offensive categories: batting average (1st), hits (t-4th), runs scored (t-9th), RBI (7th), total bases (t-7th), on base percentage (2nd), slugging percentage (7th)…ended his magnificent junior season on a blistering tear, as he finished with a 12-game hitting streak in which he hit .590 (23-of-39)…during that

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2011 RETURNER PROFILES

2010: Had his season cut short due to injury and only appeared in seven games…prior to that he was extremely efficient as he hit .545 (6-of-11) with two home runs, a double, a triple, and drove in seven runs…in his last two games that he started in the field he was 4-for-5 (.800) with a home run, double, and triple while driving in four runs...had a pinch-hit three-run bomb against Bowdoin on March 23rd… made two starts on the mound…longest outing was a 5.0 inning performance against Wisconsin-Stout on March 22nd…in that game he picked up the win after only giving up three runs (two earned) on three hits while striking out seven…his final start of the season came against Wooster (March 27th) where he only went 1.0 inning, but did not surrender a run as he struck out two batters while working around two walks as well. 2009: Made six starts on the mound, leading the team with a 3.60 earned run average and .220 opposing batting average...led Gators in triples (4) and RBI (23)...pitched complete game, collecting eight strikeouts in win against Oberlin...had 11 multi-hit games...batted 5-for-8 with three triples, a double and seven RBI during doubleheader sweep of Mount Union...went 4-for-5 and drove in three runs in win over Albright. 2008: Finished with six home runs and 21 RBI...homered three times in one day during doubleheader against Washington and Jefferson. 2007: Tied for the team lead in home runs (4) while finishing second in RBI (23)...hit first career home run in win against Hiram...tossed 6 1/3 innings without allowing an earned run and struck out six during win over Oberlin. Personal: Born July 7, 1988...Communication Arts major with a minor in Economics.

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL

2011 RETURNER PROFILES

stretch had nine multi-hit games including multiple hits in his final five games played…one of the Gators most clutch hitters all season long, he converted on 11-of-14 (.786) chances when there was a runner on third base and less than two outs, hit .644 (29-of-45) with runners in scoring position, was 37-of-68 (.544) with runners on base, and led the team with 18-two out RBI…anchoring down the first base position, he ended the season with 240 putouts and had a fielding percentage of .981. 2009: Earned All-NCAC Honorable Mention...emerged as a key offensive producer with a team-leading .422 batting average...was second on the team in hits (38), third in runs (23) and third in total bases (44)...finished season on a tear, hitting 18-of-30 in final eight contests...was 6-for-7 with three runs and two RBI during doubleheader sweep of Kenyon...scored four runs in 13-6 victory against Mount Union...batted 4-for-4 with a double, one run and three RBI during 11-3 win over Hiram. 2008: Played in five games as a freshman...made first appearance during 21-17 win over Wentworth Tech. Personal: Son of Andrew and Julie Stahl...born February 27, 1989...Economics major with minors in English and Communication Arts. Stahl’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Avg .000 .422 .500 .454

Year ERA 2009 9.00 Totals 9.00

GP-GS AB R H 5-0 6 0 0 30-28 90 23 38 37-36 122 36 61 72-64 218 59 99 W-L 0-0 0-0

App GS CG ShO 1 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0/0

Sv 0 0

IP 1.0 1.0

H 1 1

R 1 1

BB 0 4 12 16

ER 1 1

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 1 1 .000 0 11 7 1 .505 0 9 7 0 .562 3 20 15 2 .525 3

BB 1 1

SO 1 1

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 1 0 0 2 2-2 211 22 1 2 3-3 240 23 5 4 5-5 452 45 6

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 0 0 0 6 .200 0 0 0 0 0 6 .200 0 0

David Strawser Senior RHP - R/R 6-3, 180 Tipp City, Ohio Tippecanoe

BK 0 0

FLD 1.000 .996 .981 .988

SFA 0 0

SHA 0 0

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2010: Named All-NCAC Second Team as a pitcher…appeared in 12 games (4th on the team) on the bump making nine starts (t-1st on team) as the number three pitcher in the conference rotation…was second on the team in innings pitched (51.2) and batters struck out (37)…was third on the staff in ERA (5.57), wins (4), and opponent batting average (.309)…held lefthanded batters to a .264 (14-of-53) average. 2009: Led pitching staff in starts (9), innings pitched (49 1/3) and strikeouts (36)...pitched Allegheny’s only solo shutout -- a two-hit blanking in 8-0 victory over Kenyon...did not allow an earned run in 6-3 win against St. Norbert. 2008: Appeared eight times on the mound during his freshman year...finished with a record of 3-1 with a 2.97 ERA...led team in strikeouts with 37...earned first win with 12-3 decision over Clarion on April 9...recorded first complete game, allowing one earned run on three hits, and finished with season-high nine strikeouts in 6-1 win over Oberlin on April 19. Personal: Son of Jerry and Misty Strawser...born November 23, 1988...Managerial Economics major with a minor in Mathematics. Strawser’s Career Stats

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2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 0 0 .000 4 1 0 16 44 .489 10 0 4 39 83 .680 14 1 4 55 127 .582

Year Avg 2008 .000 2009 .000 Totals .000

GP-GS 2-0 0-0 2-0

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

W-L App GS CG ShO 3-1 8 5 1 0/0 4-5 9 9 3 1/0 4-4 12 9 1 0/0 11-10 29 23 5 1/0

ERA 2.97 6.57 5.57 5.25

AB 0 0 0

R 0 0 0

H 0 0 0

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Sv IP H R 0 36.1 31 20 0 49.1 62 47 0 51.2 63 39 0 137.1 156 106

ER 12 36 32 80

BB 1 0 1

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0

BB SO 23 37 18 36 18 37 59 110

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 0 3 0 0 0-0 3 10 1 0 0-0 3 13 1

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 4 0 3 165 .223 6 1 10 1 2 236 .300 4 6 14 1 4 245 .309 6 14 28 3 9 646 . 16 21

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BK 0 1 0 1

SFA 1 2 4 7

FLD% 1.000 .929 .941 SHA 1 3 5 9


2011 MEDIA GUIDE Kyle Berns Junior LHP - L/L 6-2, 190 Ridgewood, N.J. Ridgewood

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Berns’ Career Stats Year Avg 2009 .000 Totals .000

GP-GS 0-0 0-0

Year ERA 2009 5.62 2010 1.59 Totals 2.68

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

AB 0 0

R 0 0

H 0 0

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000

App GS CG ShO 3 0 0 0/0 9 0 0 0/0 12 0 0 0/0

Sv IP 0 8.0 0 22.2 0 30.2

H 7 16 23

R 6 8 14

ER 5 4 9

BB 0 0

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

BB 5 9 14

SO 7 18 25

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 0 1 0 39 .219 2 1 3 0 0 96 .190 1 2 3 1 0 135 . 3 3

Ben Lowmaster Junior Catcher/RHP - R/R 6-1, 215 Meadville, Pa. Meadville

BK 2 0 2

SFA 1 1 2

FLD% 1.000 1.000 SHA 0 0 0

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2010: Named All-NCAC First Team as a catcher after playing and starting in 39 games behind the plate, as the designated hitter, and also on the mound…had the team’s longest hitting streak of 13 games to start the season…during that hot start to the season, he hit .429 (21-of-49) with six doubles, a home run, and eight RBI over that stretch…led the team in doubles (15), second on the team in total bases (76), at bats (144), slugging percentage (.528), and hits (56)…was third on the team in batting average (.389, 56-of-144)…hit .519 (14-of-27) when leading off an inning, .411 (23-of-56) with runners in scoring position…drove in 15 runs in 18 chances (.833) when there was a runner on third base with less than two outs…12 of his 32 total RBIs came with two outs…on defense he allowed only two passed balls, gunned down eight runners trying to steal and had a fielding percentage of .978 behind the dish. 2009: Played in 30 games and started 23 as a freshman, finishing with a .304 batting average...had a 1.000 fielding percentage in 84 chances...batted 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs in a 9-8 victory over Kenyon...went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three runs in 11-3 win against Hiram...made only appearance on the mound in start against Westfield State -- a 3-2 Gator win. Personal: Son of Timothy and Nancy Lowmaster...born May 18, 1990...history major.

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2011 RETURNER PROFILES

2010: Appeared in nine games in relief working 22.2 innings and striking out 18 in the process…posted a 2-0 record with the lowest ERA among the bullpen staff (1.59)…had five appearances in relief without giving up a run and had seven outings with no earned runs…set a career-high in strikeouts with seven against Bowdin on March 23rd…worked a season-high 4.0 innings on the road against Thiel and gave up one single…held left-handed batters to a dismal .056 (1-for-18) batting average and held all batters to a .208 (5-of-24) average with runners in scoring position. 2009: Appeared in three games as a freshman, finishing with a 5.62 ERA...made collegiate debut and worked three scoreless innings in 3-2 win over Westfield State...recorded career-high five strikeouts during 11-0 loss to Penn State Behrend. Personal: Son of Lloyd Berns and Dyan Machan...born June 11, 1990...Undecided major.

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL

2011 RETURNER PROFILES

Lowmaster’s Career Stats Year Avg 2009 .304 2010 .389 Totals .359

GP-GS AB R H 30-23 79 15 24 39-39 144 31 56 69-62 223 46 80

Year ERA 2009 3.00 2010 7.71 Totals 7.21

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0

App GS CG ShO 1 1 0 0/0 5 4 0 0/0 6 5 0 0/0

Sv IP 0 3.0 1 18.2 1 21.2

H 3 19 22

R 2 18 20

ER 1 16 17

BB 5 7 12

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 2 8 1 .360 0 3 18 2 .423 2 5 26 3 .401 2

BB 2 13 15

SO 3 12 15

SH SB-SBA PO A 0 0-0 79 5 2 0-1 163 22 2 0-1 242 27

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 1 1 0 15 .250 1 1 7 0 1 88 .275 0 4 8 1 1 103 . 1 5

BK 0 0 0

E 0 4 4 SFA 0 0 0

FLD 1.000 .979 .985 SHA 0 2 2

David Montibeller Junior Infield - R/R 5-10, 175 Rices Landing, Pa. Jefferson-Morgan

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2010: Missed season due to injury 2009: Made three appearances as a freshman...collected lone hit -- a single -- during 11-0 loss to Penn State Behrend. Personal: Son of Raymond and Virginia Montibeller...born December 20, 1989...Biology major with a minor in History. Montibeller’s Career Stats

Year Avg 2009 .333 2010 .000 Totals .333

GP-GS 3-0 0-0 3-0

AB 3 0 3

R 0 0 0

H 1 0 1

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 0 1 .333 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 .333

BB 0 0 0

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 0 0 .333 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .333 0

Mick Betler Sophomore Catcher/OF - R/R 5-10, 180 Charleroi, Pa. Geibel Catholic

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 2 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2 1 0

FLD% 1.000 .000 1.000

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2010: Made three starts as the designated hitter and played in eight total games…picked up his first career hit in a pinch-hitting role against the University of Wisconsin-Stout on March 22nd…recorded his first career RBI with a base hit against Hiram College on April 3rd. Personal: Son of Jeffry and Susan Betler…born October 23, 1990…majoring in Mathematics…four-year letterwinner in football…three-year letterwinner in baseball and basketball…three-year captain of football and one-year of basketball and baseball…selected as an All-Conference performer in both football and baseball. Betler’s Career Stats

Year Avg 2010 .231 Totals .231

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2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 6 0 0 8 30 .380 15 1 1 32 76 .528 21 1 1 40 106 .475

GP-GS 8-3 8-3

AB 13 13

R 2 2

H 3 3

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 3 3 .231 0 0 0 3 3 .231

BB 0 0

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 1 2 0 .286 0 1 2 0 .286 0

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SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 1-1 0 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0

FLD% .000 .000


2011 MEDIA GUIDE Frank Brank Sophomre RHP - R/R 5-9, 175 Avonmore, Pa. Kiski

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Brank’s Career Stats Year ERA 2010 2.66 Totals 2.66

W-L 2-0 2-0

App GS CG ShO 7 1 0 0/0 7 1 0 0/0

Sv IP 2 20.1 2 20.1

H 17 17

R 7 7

ER 6 6

BB 4 4

SO 16 16

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 8 0 1 81 .236 2 1 8 0 1 81 .236 2 1

Jeff Dassner Sophomre Infield - R/R 5-7, 140 Wexford, Pa. North Allegheny

BK 0 0

SFA 2 2

SHA 2 2

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2010: Played in all 40 games and made 38 starts at second base…hit .302 with 42 total hits with 14 extra-base hits…picked up his first career hit (double) in the season-opening game against Frostburg State on March 6th…had 12 multi-hit games and twice had three-hit games…hit .414 (12-of-29) against left-handers and hit .708 (17-of-24) with a runner on third base with less than two outs… fielded the ball at a clip of .960 in 151 chances..helped turn 22 double plays up the middle. Personal: Son of Ron and Pam Dassner…born November 29, 1990…two-year letterwinner in both basketball and baseball.

2011 RETURNER PROFILES

2010: Appeared in seven games on the mound making one start…made his collegiate debut out of the pen against Frostburg State on March 7th…in that appearance, he logged 3.0 innings striking out three batters and only surrendering two hits en route to recording his first career save…had three perfect outings in relief…made his first career start against Union College and pitched 5.0 innings striking out six…for the season he went 2-0 with a 2.66 ERA logging 20.1 innings and giving up 17 hits, struck out 16 batters while only walking four…10 of his strikeouts came looking. Personal: Son of Frank and Lisa Brank…born April 9, 1991.

Dassner’s Career Stats Year Avg 2010 .302 Totals .302

GP-GS AB R H 40-38 139 20 42 40-38 139 20 42

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 13 1 0 29 57 .410 13 1 0 29 57 .410

BB 8 8

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 1 21 0 .342 1 1 21 0 .342 1

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SH SB-SBA PO A E 7 5-7 69 76 6 7 5-7 69 76 6

FLD% .960 .960

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL Jake Forstyk

2011 RETURNER PROFILES

Sophomore RHP - R/R 6-7, 205 Chardon, Ohio Chardon

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2010: Did not see varsity action due to injury. Personal: Son of Gregory and Kristin Forstyk…born February 25, 1991.

Eric Hansen Sophomore Outfield/RHP - R/R 6-1, 180 Erie, Pa. McDowell

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2010: Named All-NCAC Second Team as a rookie…hit .409 (54-of-132) and an on base percentage of .527…drove in 16 runs and stole a team-high 17 bases from the leadoff spot…swiped a career-high three bags against Salem State on March 20th…led the team in runs scored with 50 and triples with 2…had five three-hit games…did not ground into a double play…recorded 106 putouts and three outfield assists and finished with a fielding percentage of .981…had a 12-game hitting streak in which he hit .444 (20-of-45)…led the team in hit by pitches (15). Personal: Son of Thomas and Julie Hansen…born August 4, 1990…majoring in Physics…letterwinner for two years in baseball, three for basketball, and four for golf…Division 10 First-Team outfielder… named to his high school’s Hall of Fame…four-time scholar athlete…father Thomas Hansen played baseball and basketball at the University of Notre Dame and was a member of the basketball team that ended the historic record-setting 88-game winning streak of UCLA and later played in the minor league system of the Detroit Tigers…his grandfather Carl Hansen played in the St. Louis Cardinals organization making it to AAA. Hansen’s Career Stats Year Avg 2010 .409 Totals .409

GP-GS AB R H 40-39 132 50 54 40-39 132 50 54

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 10 2 0 16 68 .515 10 2 0 16 68 .515

BB 19 19

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 15 23 0 .527 1 15 23 0 .527 1

James Kim Sophomore Outfield - R/R 6-0, 180 Bethesda, Md. Walter Johnson

SH SB-SBA PO A E 5 17-20 106 3 2 5 17-20 106 3 2

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2010: Appeared in six games, mostly as an outfielder. Personal: Son of Yung Shin Kwon and Jong O. Lee…born March 8, 1991…member of the baseball and track teams…Athletic Scholar Award.

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FLD% .982 .982


2011 MEDIA GUIDE Kim’s Career Stats

Year Avg 2010 .000 Totals .000

GP-GS 6-0 6-0

AB 3 3

R 0 0

H 0 0

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000

BB 0 0

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000

Phil Morrissette

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2010: Appeared in 22 games making 10 total starts (nine in the outfield, one on the mound)…hit .278 (10-of-36) on the season…drove in seven runs and went deep once…had his best collegiate game against Oberlin College (April 23rd) as he went 2-for-3 with a homerun and four RBI…made his collegiate debut on the bump in a start against Pitt Bradford on April 15th…in that game he worked 2.0 innings giving up one hit and two earned runs. Personal: Son of Phil and Corinne Morrissette…born May 19, 1990…majoring in Pre-Med…two-year letterwinner for baseball in high school.

Morrissette’s Career Stats Year Avg 2010 .278 Totals .278

GP-GS 22-10 22-10

Year ERA 2010 9.00 Totals 9.00

W-L 0-0 0-0

AB 36 36

R H 9 10 9 10

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 1 7 13 .361 0 0 1 7 13 .361

App GS CG ShO 1 1 0 0/0 1 1 0 0/0

Sv 0 0

IP 2.0 2.0

H 1 1

R 4 4

ER 2 2

BB 5 5

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 1 11 0 .381 0 1 11 0 .381 0

BB 3 3

SO 2 2

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 1-3 11 0 3 0 1-3 11 0 3

2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 0 0 0 11 .125 3 0 0 0 0 11 .125 3 0

BK 0 0

FLD% .786 .786

SFA 0 0

SHA 0 0

Steve Newbrough Sophomre Outfield - L/R 5-11, 220 West Deer, Pa. Deer Lakes

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2010: Appeared in eight games making two starts towards the end of the year…notched his first career hit on a pinch-hit RBI single against Hiram College on April 3rd. Personal: Son of Bruce and Linda Newbrough…born June 7, 1991…multiple-year letterwinner in baseball, football, and hockey…senior captain.

2011 RETURNER PROFILES

Sophomre Outfield/RHP - L/R 6-2, 200 Gibsonia, Pa. Pine-Richland

Newbrough’s Career Stats Year Avg 2010 .111 Totals .111

GP-GS 8-2 8-2

AB 9 9

R 1 1

H 1 1

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 1 1 .111 0 0 0 1 1 .111

BB 0 0

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 4 0 .111 0 0 4 0 .111 0

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SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 3 2 1 0 0-0 3 2 1

FLD% .833 .833

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL

2011 RETURNER/NEWCOMER PROFILES

Chad Starzer

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Sophomore First Base - R/R 6-3, 235 Conklin, N.Y. Susquehanna Valley

2010: Appeared in nine games making three starts at first place…hit .267 (4-of-15)…ended his season with a three-game hitting streak… picked up his only RBI on a solo shot against John Carroll. Personal: Son of Stephen and Deborah Starzer…born October 15, 1990…played football, basketball, and baseball at Susquehanna Valley…captain of all three sports. Starzer’s Career Stats Year Avg 2010 .267 Totals .267

GP-GS 9-3 9-3

AB 15 15

R 4 4

H 4 4

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 1 1 7 .467 0 0 1 1 7 .467

BB 1 1

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 0 8 0 .313 0 0 8 0 .313 0

Frank Triozzi Sophomore Catcher - R/R 6-0, 180 Cleveland, Ohio Shaker Heights

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 26 3 1 0 0-0 26 3 1

FLD% .967 .967

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2010: Made 10 appearances and twice started as the designated hitter…collected lone hit of the year against Salem State (March 20th) after entering the game in the ninth inning to pinch hit and become a defensive replacement at catcher. Personal: Son of Robert and Monica Triozzi…born April 19, 1991…majoring in Psychology…three-year letterwinner in baseball, two in football…two-year all-Conference choice in baseball. Triozzi’s Career Stats Year Avg 2010 .100 Totals .100

GP-GS 10-2 10-2

AB 10 10

R 0 0

H 1 1

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG 0 0 0 1 1 .100 0 0 0 1 1 .100

Aaron Alston Freshman OF - R/R 6-0, 155

Upper Marlboro, Md. Elanor Roosevelt

BB 0 0

HBP SO GDP OBP SF 1 1 0 .167 1 1 1 0 .167 1

Jon Boyd

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Personal: Son of George Alston and Robin Corley…born September 24, 1992…played baseball under head coach Andrew Capece at Eleanor Roosevelt High (Upper Marlboro, Md.)…selected as team MVP and all-county player as a junior…2010 honorable mention in the ESPN Rise…majoring in Biology/Computer Science with a planned career in Marine Biology.

SH SB-SBA PO A E 0 0-0 9 0 0 0 0-0 9 0 0

Freshman IF - R/R 5-9, 165

Pittsburgh, Pa. Upper Saint Clair

FLD% 1.000 1.000

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Personal: Son of Scott and Lisa Boyd…born April 24, 1992…threeyear letter winner in baseball under head coach Jerry Malarkey at Upper Saint Clair High (Pittsburgh, Pa.)…three-time all-section as a catcher and a shortstop…participant in the WPIAL all-star game… named team Most Valuable Player…undecided major.

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2011 MEDIA GUIDE Eric Brandt Freshman IF/RHP - R/R 5-10, 180 Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst Prep

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Kyle Davis Freshman IF/RHP - L/R 6-1, 172

Solebury, Pa. New-Hope Solebury

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Personal: Son of Shawn and JoAnne Davis…born November 9, 1991… four-sport athlete at New Hope-Solebury (Solebury, Pa.)…two-time first team pitcher as a junior and senior...chosen as league MVP as a senior…twice named team MVP (junior and senior)…majoring in History with a minor in Economics.

Freshman RHP - R/R 6-2, 215

Newton, Mass. Newton South

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Personal: Son of Donna Hyun…born November 25, 1991…three-sport athlete in baseball, basketball, and football at Newton South High (Newton, Mass.)…received three varsity letters in baseball as a pitcher and outfielder…majoring in Economics with a minor in dance/movement.

Eddie Mora-Loera Freshman IF - R/R 5-8, 160

Oakland, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd

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Personal: Son of Edward Mora and Tania Brown…born October 6, 1992…fixture up the middle of the infield for three years under head coach Chris Kyriacou at Bishop O’ Dowd High (Oakland, Calif.)…named first team all-league and third team All-Bay Area during his time…majoring in Physics with a planned career in Mechanical Engineering.

Brandon Ellis

Garrett Morosky

Southington, Ohio Chalker

Pittsburgh, Pa. Fox Chapel

Freshman RHP/OF - L/R 6-3, 185

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Personal: Son of Brian and Tracy Ellis…born March 19, 1992…threesport athlete in baseball, basketball, and football at Chalker High (Southington, Ohio)…two-time all-county selection as a junior and senior…named team MVP as a senior…brother Mike Ellis played baseball at the University of Toledo…majoring in Biology with a planned career in physical therapy.

Andy Feikls Freshman OF - R/R 5-10, 155

Erie, Pa. Cathedral Prep

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Personal: Son of Karen Feikls…born August 23, 1991…patrolled centerfield for head coach Dave Hess at Cathedral Preparatory (Erie, Pa.)…earned two letters in baseball…named first team All-Region 7… helped team to 2010 Region 7 co-championship…member of 2009 district 10 runner up team…majoring in Physics with a planned career in Engineering.

Freshman LHP/OF - L/L 6-1, 165

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Personal: Son of Ronald and Donna Morosky…born February 4, 1992…two-year letterman in baseball under head coach Don Schubert at Fox Chapel High (Pittsburgh, Pa.)…majoring in Economics with a minor in Environmental Science.

Paul Nelson Freshman 1B - R/R 6-0, 190

Weston, Mass. Weston

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2011 NEWCOMER PROFILES

Personal: Son of Kevin and Sharon Brandt…born January 5, 1992… two-sport athlete in baseball and football at Mercyhurst Prep (Erie, Pa.)…two-time first team all-region selection…named to the D-10 first team…undecided major.

Samuel Hyun

Personal: Son of Carl and Christine Nelson…born August 30, 1991… three-year letter winner in baseball under Jon Beverly at Weston High (Weston, Mass.)…named Dual County League All-Star…received team dedication and most improved awards…manned both corner infield positions in high school…undecided major.

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL Mike Pezzone Freshman IF/RHP - R/R 5-8, 165

2011 NEWCOMER PROFILES

Pittsburgh, Pa. Upper Saint Clair

3

Personal: Son of Dr. Michael and Kimberly Pezzone…born February 19, 1992…two-sport athlete in baseball and soccer at Upper Saint Clair High (Pittsburgh, Pa.)…played multiple positions in each sport… helped lead the baseball team to a section championship as a senior and was on the 2010 WPIAL runner-up in soccer…majoring in Biology with a minor in Psychology…planned career in medicine.

Joe Pierce Freshman OF - R/R 5-11, 190 Oakland, N.J. Indian Hills

Shane Regel Freshman C - R/R 5-11, 190

Boalsburg, Pa. State College

Personal: Son of Kevin and Cindy Regel…born August 3, 1991… played baseball and football at State College High (State College, Pa.)…signal-caller behind the plate under head coach Bill Tusset in his two letter-winning seasons…served as team captain as a senior and received several team awards including the Coaches’ Award and Will to Win Award…helped guide team to PIAA District 6 championship… majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Art...planned career in web site design.

Bryan Weisgal

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Personal: Son of Richard and Elizabeth Pierce…born August 1, 1991… two-sport athlete in baseball and soccer at Indian Hills High (Oakland, N.J.)…saw time in the outfield and on the hill over his two letterwinning years in baseball…named first team All-NBIC League and honorable mention all-region in baseball…majoring in History with a planned career as a teacher.

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Freshman LHP - L/L 6-1, 160

New York City, N.Y. Bronx HS of Science

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Personal: Son of Benjamin Weisgal and Marypaul Yates...lettered three years in baseball at Bronx HS of Science...selected as team captain in his junior and senior year...helped lead the team to back-toback city semi-finals under head coach Rafael Lajara.

Top Row (L-R): Asst. Coach Matthew Mark, David Strawser, Matt Stahl, Jake Forstyk, Brandon Ellis, Kyle Davis, Mike Pereslucha, Kyle Berns, Chad Starzer, Head Coach Kelly Swiney...Third Row (L-R): Aaron Lynch, Steven Newbrough, Eric Hansen, Ben Lowmaster, Frank Triozzi, Bryan Weisgal, Shane Regel, Samuel Hyun...Second Row (L-R): Aaron Alston, Paul Nelson, Frank Brank, Eric Brandt, Phil Morrissette, Garrett Morosky, David Montibeller, Mick Betler...Front Row (L-R): Eddie Mora-Loera, Jeff Dassner, Jon Boyd, Joe Pierce, Mike Pezzone, Andy Feikls, James Kim, Student Assistant Matt Susi

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2011 MEDIA GUIDE

2010 Allegheny Baseball Overall Statistics for Allegheny (as of Jan 13, 2011) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

2010 Season Statistics

Record: 25-15 Player

Away: 10-3

Neutral: 6-6

NCAC: 12-4

avg gp-gs 37-36 40-39 39-39 40-40 40-38 33-31 40-40 40-37

ab

r

h

2b 3b hr rbi

tb

slg%

bb hp

so gdp

122 132 144 126 139 96 149 105

36 50 31 24 20 16 34 17

61 54 56 41 42 28 41 23

10 10 15 9 13 6 4 5

0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0

4 0 1 4 0 4 1 1

39 16 32 28 29 20 17 13

83 68 76 62 57 46 50 31

.680 .515 .528 .492 .410 .479 .336 .295

12 9 19 15 7 3 18 5 8 1 8 3 7 4 4 8

7 23 18 18 21 29 14 25

0 0 2 3 0 1 2 0

.562 .527 .423 .424 .342 .364 .321 .299

3 2 3-3 1 5 17-20 2 2 0-1 2 4 2-3 1 7 5-7 0 1 2-3 2 10 3-5 0 4 5-5

.545 6-4 .333 12-5 .333 3-0 .278 22-10 .267 9-3 .239 23-16 .238 34-15 .231 8-3 .111 8-2 .100 10-2 .000 6-0 .000 4-0 .000 7-0 .000 2-0

11 21 3 36 15 46 63 13 9 10 3 3 2 0

4 6 1 9 4 8 8 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

6 7 1 10 4 11 15 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 6 1 7 1 8 6 3 1 1 0 1 0 0

15 7 1 13 7 15 20 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

1.364

.333 .333 .361 .467 .326 .317 .231 .111 .100 .000 .000 .000 .000

4 3 0 5 1 7 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 2 6 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

2 1 1 11 8 15 21 2 4 1 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.688 .417 .333 .381 .313 .364 .342 .286 .111 .167 .000 .200 .333 .000

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

0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2-2 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-3 3-6 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3 20 0 11 26 24 28 0 3 9 1 0 4 10

.500 .409 .389 .325 .302 .292 .275 .219

ob% sf sh sb-att

po a 240 23 106 3 163 22 69 6 69 76 47 12 49 112 32 40

e 5 2 4 1 6 3 14 17

fld% .981 .982 .979 .987 .960 .952 .920 .809

5 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 11

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

.667 .952 .000 .786 .967 .960 .935 .000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

Totals

.325

40

1248

271

405

77

7

20

236

556

.446

108

61

222

8

.401

13

40

45-63

923

356

68

.950

Opponents

.258

40

1178

178

304

53

3

15

165

408

.346

104

45

232

6

.338

14

25

23-33

916

433

64

.955

LOB - Team (283), Opp (266). DPs turned - Team (35), Opp (25). CI - Team (1), Lowmaster 1. IBB - Team (9), Stahl 5, Fago 1, Dassner 1, Schleihauf 1, Barclay 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Hansen 4, Wilbur 2, Lynch 1, Fago 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

w-l

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr b/avg

2.65 4.53 5.57

5-3 3-4 4-4

14 17 12

9 6 9

4 1/1 0 0/0 1 0/0

0 68.0 1 43.2 0 51.2

62 46 63

24 31 39

20 22 32

16 15 18

72 15 37

4 3 14

0 0 1

1 .238 5 .275 4 .309

6 8 3 6 6 14

0 1 0

1 2 4

4 6 5

1.59 2.66 3.00 4.13 4.15 6.00 7.71 9.00

2-0 2-0 1-0 5-3 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

9 7 2 14 8 2 5 1

0 1 2 2 6 0 4 1

0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

22.2 20.1 6.0 32.2 39.0 3.0 18.2 2.0

16 17 3 35 39 3 19 1

8 7 3 20 22 2 18 4

4 6 2 15 18 2 16 2

9 4 4 10 10 2 13 3

18 16 9 26 22 3 12 2

3 8 0 3 9 2 7 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0

.190 .236 .136 .273 .257 .250 .275 .125

1 2 0 5 6 0 0 3

2 1 2 4 3 1 4 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 2 0 1 3 0 0 0

0 2 0 2 4 0 2 0

Totals

4.07

25-15

40

40

9

3/1

4

307.2

304

178

139

104

232

53

3

15

.258

32

45

2

14

25

Opponents

6.69

15-25

40

40

8

1/0

5

305.1

405

271

227

108

222

77

7

20

.325

33

61

4

13

40

23 Matt Dishong 31 Justin Abbott 14 David Strawser ----------------25 Kyle Berns 17 Frank Brank 7 Mike Pereslucha 19 James Fago 34 Matthew Niedzwiecki 30 Kyle Starkey 4 Ben Lowmaster 33 Phil Morrissette

app gs

cg

sho

sv

wp hp bk sf sha

PB - Team (5), Schleihauf 3, Lowmaster 2, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (6), Niedzwiecki 2, Dishong 2, Schleihauf 1, Strawser 1, Opp (8). SBA/ATT - Lowmaster (18-26), Dishong (6-11), Schleihauf (6-8), Strawser (5-7), Abbott (4-4), Brank (1-2), Berns (2-2), Fago (2-2), Niedzwiecki (1-2), Morrissette (1-1).

2010 Game-by-Game Results Date Opponent Mar. 6 vs. Frostburg State Mar. 7 vs. Frostburg State Mar. 7 vs. Frostburg State Mar. 15 at Wash. & Jeff. Mar. 20 vs. Salem State# Mar. 22 vs. UW-Stout# Mar. 22 vs. UW-Stout# Mar. 23 vs. Bowdoin# Mar. 23 vs. Bowdoin# Mar. 24 vs. Union# Mar. 25 vs. UW-Stevens Point# Mar. 27 vs. Wooster* Mar. 27 vs. Wooster* Apr. 2 at Hiram* Apr. 2 at Hiram* Apr. 3 at Hiram* Apr. 3 at Hiram* Apr. 7 vs. PS Behrend Apr. 10 vs. Wooster* Apr. 10 vs. Wooster* Apr. 11 at Mount Union Apr. 11 at Mount Union

Score Rec. (NCAC) Pitcher of Record L 5-6 0-1 Abbott (0-1) W 10-5 1-0 Strawser (1-0) L 3-4 1-2 Fago (0-1) L 3-12 1-3 Dishong (0-1) W 12-3 2-3 Strawser (2-0) W 11-10 3-3 Fago (1-1) W 17-5 4-3 Pereslucha (1-0) L 9-10 4-4 Abbott (0-2) W 11-9 5-4 Berns (1-0) W 9-7 6-4 Dishong (1-1) L 2-3 6-5 Fago (1-2) L 1-3 6-6 (0-1) Strawser (2-1) W 2-0 7-6 (1-1) Dishong (2-1) W 8-4 8-6 (2-1) Strawser (3-1) W 9-1 9-6 (3-1) Dishong (3-1) W 16-1 10-6 (4-1) Niedzwiecki (1-0) W 12-7 11-6 (5-1) Fago (2-2) W 10-3 12-6 (5-1) Abbott (1-2) W 2-1 13-6 (6-1) Abbott (2-2) L 1-2 13-7 (6-2) Abbott (2-3) L 1-5 13-8 (6-2) Niedzwiecki (1-1) W 5-2 14-8 (6-2) Fago (3-2)

Date Apr. 13 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 23 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 4 May 4 May 6 May 6

Opponent vs. Grove City vs. Pitt-Bradford at Kenyon* at Kenyon* at Kenyon* at Kenyon* at PS Behrend vs. Oberlin* vs. Oberlin* vs. Oberlin* vs. Oberlin* at Thiel vs. Denison! vs. Wabash! vs. John Carroll vs. John Carroll vs. Otterbein vs. Otterbein

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

Rec. (NCAC) Pitcher of Record 15-8 (6-2) Brank (1-0) 16-8 (6-2) Brank (2-0) 16-9 (6-3) Strawser (3-2) 17-9 (7-3) Dishong (4-1) 18-9 (8-3) Niedzwiecki (2-1) 19-9 (9-3) Abbott (3-3) 20-9 (9-3) Fago (4-2) 21-9 (10-3) Strawser (4-2) 21-10 (10-4) Dishong (4-2) 22-10 (11-4) Niedzwiecki (3-1) 23-10 (12-4) Fago (5-2) 24-10 (12-4) Berns (2-0) 24-11 (12-4) Dishong (4-3) 24-12 (12-4) Strawser (4-3) 25-12 (12-4) Dishong (5-3) 25-13 (12-4) Fago (5-3) 25-14 (12-4) Strawser (4-4) 25-15 (12-4) Abbott (3-4)

# - Russ Matt Invitational (Auburndale, Fla.) * - North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Game ! - NCAC Tournament Bold - Indicates Home Game

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2010 SEASON STATS/GAME-BY-GAME

32 Matt Stahl 21 Eric Hansen 4 Ben Lowmaster 22 Andy Schleihauf 9 Jeff Dassner 19 James Fago 20 Aaron Lynch 13 Anthony Wilbur ----------------7 Mike Pereslucha 10 Matt Barclay 36 Jarrod Qualk 33 Phil Morrissette 8 Chad Starzer 18 Stephen Martinkovich 42 Zack Nichols 35 Mick Betler 37 Steven Newbrough 15 Frank Triozzi 3 James Kim 24 Charlie Fine 30 Kyle Starkey 14 David Strawser

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL

NORTH COAST NORTH COAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

AT H L E T I C C O N F E R E N C E ERIE

90 TOLEDO

80

75

INDIANA

OBERLIN COLLEGE

FORT WAYNE

OBERLIN, OH 44074

65

OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

69

HIRAM COLLEGE

COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

71

70 74

DAYTON

EARLHAM COLLEGE

75

70

DENISON UNIVERSITY

76 77

GRANVILLE, OH 43023

SPRINGFIELD, OH 45501

OHIO

CINCINNATI

65 64

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EVANSVILLE

NORTHCOAST.ORG

2010 NCAC Final Standings NCAC East NCAC Overall Team W L T Pct W L T Pct

Wooster....................... 13 3 0 Allegheny................... 12 4 0 Oberlin........................ 8 8 0 Kenyon........................ 6 10 0 Hiram.......................... 1 15 0

.812 34 9 0 .750 25 15 0 .500 18 19 0 .375 11 17 0 .062 5 30 0

.791 .625 .486 .393 .143

Team Denison............. Ohio Wesleyan...... Wabash.............. Wittenberg.......... Earlham.............

NCAC

NCAC West

W L T Pct W 11 5 0 .688 22 9 7 0 .562 20 9 7 0 .562 19 9 7 0 .562 16 2 14 0 .125 9

Overall

L T Pct 18 0 .550 19 0 .513 23 0 .452 20 0 .444 25 0 .265

2010 All-NCAC Selections Denison University

Granville, Ohio

Hiram College

Hiram, Ohio

Kenyon College

Gambier, Ohio

Oberlin College

Oberlin, Ohio

First Team

Ben Lowmaster, So., Catcher Matt Dishong, Sr., Pitcher

Second Team Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware, Ohio

Wabash College

Crawfordsville, In.

Wittenberg University

Springfield, Ohio

College of Wooster

Wooster, Ohio

Matt Stahl, Jr., First Base Eric Hansen, Fr., Outfield Andy Schleihauf, Sr., Outfield David Strawser, Jr., Pitcher Honorble Mention Aaron Lynch, Jr., Infield James Fago, Sr., Pitcher

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PITTSBURGH

GAMBIER, OH 43022

WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY

71

RICHMOND, IN 47374

80

PENNSYLVANIA

KENYON COLLEGE

COLUMBUS

INDIANAPOLIS

YOUNGSTOWN

HIRAM, OH 44234

CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN 47933

74

MEADVILLE, PA 16335

79

WOOSTER, OH 44691

DELAWARE, OH 43015

WABASH COLLEGE

ALLEGHENY COLLEGE

CLEVELAND

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NCAC Pitcher of the Year Matt Dishong, Sr., Pitcher

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2011 MEDIA GUIDE Hitting

Pitching

Year ERA 1979.... 3.56 1980.... 6.69 1981.... 6.86 1982.... 6.13 1983.... 5.13 1985.... 5.23 1986.... 5.57 1987.... 6.46 1988.... 4.19 1989.... 4.18 1990.... 4.33 1991.... 4.38 1992.... 4.93 1993.... 2.56 1994.... 3.01 1995.... 3.28 1996.... 4.47 1997.... 4.07 1998.... 5.01 1999.... 3.80 2000.... 3.81 2001.... 4.66 2002.... 4.41 2003.... 5.42 2004.... 5.87 2005.... 5.61 2006.... 6.49 2007.... 6.91 2008.... 5.70 2009.... 5.49 2010.... 4.07

GP-GS 19-19 23-23 21-21 23-23 19-19 47-47 27-27 45-45 39-39 41-41 36-36 42-42 39-39 42-42 40-40 44-44 49-49 48-48 37-37 46-46 48-48 42-42 34-34 40-40 36-36 32-32 32-32 37-37 34-34 38-38 40-40

W-L 12-7 9-14 7-14 8-13 11-8 29-17 18-19 30-15 27-12 28-13 24-12 23-19 23-14 37-5 29-11 33-11 36-13 40-8 25-12 36-10 38-10 31-11 25-9 22-17 21-15 18-14 14-18 14-23 17-17 22-16 25-15

Year W L T 1867 0 1 0 1868-72 no games 1873 2 3 0 1874 5 4 0 1875-76 no games 1877 1 0 0 1878 no games 1879 0 1 0 1880 no games 1881 3 0 0 1882-84 no games 1885 2 1 0 1886 2 1 0 1887 2 1 0 1888 3 2 0 1889 1 1 0 1890 no games

AB R 560 122 636 119 582 95 628 111 542 125 1300 301 1047 197 1181 313 1090 261 1223 332 1090 259 1124 253 1116 273 1293 418 1237 372 1340 391 1523 460 1512 507 1173 343 1515 424 1556 362 1329 324 1140 282 1284 288 1134 256 977 262 897 158 1083 219 1062 236 1062 209 1248 271

App 19 23 21 23 19 47 37 45 39 41 36 42 39 42 40 44 49 48 37 46 48 42 34 40 36 32 32 37 34 38 40

GS 19 23 21 23 19 47 37 45 39 41 36 42 39 42 40 44 49 48 37 46 48 42 34 40 36 32 32 37 34 38 40

H 2B 3B 165 21 13 199 27 7 155 22 7 179 24 16 163 25 9 393 39 16 300 49 10 358 58 13 348 59 9 391 71 13 316 69 8 324 52 8 338 64 12 455 89 13 429 78 6 463 93 13 543 112 8 549 103 15 406 79 3 566 117 22 497 77 14 428 86 5 355 65 10 415 90 6 376 81 7 329 72 3 242 42 14 313 55 7 334 53 4 310 63 7 405 77 7

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 12 13 0 17 16 19 19 11 12 10 17 12 7 14 14 12 15 5 5 5 9

Year W L 1891 2 2 1892 3 2 1893 2 2 1894 4 3 1895 4 1 1896 4 4 1897 4 0 1898 5 7 1899 11 6 1900 4 8 1901 4 4 1902 7 5 1903 9 5 1904 7 6 1905 3 7 1906 no games 1907 3 6

HR 3 1 2 4 3 17 16 27 33 36 23 37 24 43 34 51 66 78 64 56 46 28 17 39 24 24 10 19 33 11 20

SHO/CBO SV 0/0 5 0/0 0 0/0 2 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 6 0/0 0 0/0 6 0/0 4 0/0 8 1/0 5 2/0 6 0/0 12 0/0 14 0/0 6 0/0 5 6/1 5 6/4 11 3/1 3 6/3 11 5/3 6 2/0 12 1/1 5 2/0 2 7/2 2 0/0 2 0/0 2 0/0 2 0/0 4 2/1 7 3/1 4

T 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

RBI 114 114 84 94 106 232 153 223 229 282 210 226 204 340 307 341 388 431 309 390 325 274 236 266 230 237 135 197 208 181 236

TB 221 243 197 247 215 515 417 523 524 596 470 503 498 699 621 735 869 916 683 895 740 608 491 634 543 479 342 439 494 420 556

IP 134.0 156.0 143.0 152.2 128.0 313.1 260.0 284.0 266.1 297.0 276.2 290.0 268.1 312.1 295.2 320.2 362.2 355.2 264.0 339.0 382.2 322.2 269.1 302.1 265.1 228.0 219.0 263.0 246.1 267.0 307.2

H 129 200 196 197 134 351 317 350 232 298 254 281 265 251 260 300 350 359 262 306 382 303 263 364 322 279 309 346 312 311 304

SLG% .395 .382 .338 .393 .397 .396 .398 .443 .481 .487 .431 .448 .446 .541 .502 .549 .571 .606 .582 .591 .476 .457 .431 .494 .479 .490 .381 .405 .465 .395 .446

R 70 133 146 159 108 243 220 257 154 185 181 202 211 155 166 176 248 219 203 182 213 217 155 246 223 176 209 280 205 217 178

BB HBP 67 4 76 7 72 5 86 4 98 6 211 0 147 0 211 0 176 0 182 0 180 0 179 0 152 0 220 0 169 0 159 60 174 84 182 104 125 38 167 48 175 56 159 42 135 33 139 39 121 30 116 66 104 35 118 48 117 52 134 60 108 61

ER 53 116 109 104 73 182 161 204 124 138 133 141 147 89 99 117 180 161 147 143 162 167 132 182 173 142 158 202 156 163 139

BB 93 103 91 95 83 171 129 141 152 158 164 151 177 126 142 143 233 138 136 150 126 137 111 126 111 92 78 145 119 128 104

SO GDP 64 0 86 0 65 0 101 0 85 0 174 0 145 0 179 0 137 0 159 0 183 0 203 0 168 0 140 0 145 0 150 0 185 19 172 11 145 19 202 25 254 36 233 18 163 19 224 24 200 22 153 14 157 17 216 21 232 3 197 12 222 8

SO 78 47 59 83 94 218 169 201 234 168 169 227 214 278 261 232 355 327 241 304 285 254 196 253 176 153 178 157 171 185 232

2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 71 36 57 58 54 46 74 66 47 56 70 69 44 53

OB% .374 .392 .352 .375 .413 .400 .374 .409 .414 .408 .391 .386 .386 .446 .425 .437 .447 .461 .418 .451 .401 .404 .392 .401 .407 .435 .365 .379 .404 .397 .401

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 6 5 7 2 8 5 7 14 13 7 7 10 3

T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

Year 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

W 11 5 4 3 8 10 10 13 12 8 8 10 7 6 11 12 10

L 2 4 7 6 7 4 1 2 3 5 7 6 9 7 7 5 6

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985*# 1986 1987 1988

W 11 14 16 18 14 12 14 12 9 7 8 11 10 29 18 30 27

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 30 38 55 38 15 37 30 20 19 12 10 12 11 17 14 23 40

SB-ATT PO 5-5 402 36-N/A 468 14-20 429 36-42 455 9-13 383 104-N/A 0 90-N/A 714 108-N/A 0 53-N/A 805 91-120 0 83-180 815 54-120 868 99-123 0 142-164 0 145-171 0 43-61 956 73-111 1088 113-139 1067 30-37 792 28-65 1017 28-32 1148 70-79 968 16-24 808 22-32 906 29-38 796 22-27 684 15-23 657 17-25 789 21-32 739 41-57 801 45-63 923

HR WP HBP SFA SHA 0 15 5 0 0 0 11 11 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 15 9 0 0 0 13 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 20 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 0 0 0 0 0 19 34 31 9 27 33 28 42 5 13 26 0 48 0 0 20 22 34 0 16 29 19 44 8 18 19 23 39 18 19 17 36 46 6 15 28 30 41 13 14 19 23 43 8 11 22 22 40 15 15 18 19 33 9 12 16 45 68 23 17 12 41 30 10 19 11 31 48 14 10 15 32 45 14 25

Year-by-Year Results, 1867-2010 (99 seasons)

Year W L 1908 3 4 1909 1 7 1910 4 1 1911 4 4 1912 3 0 1913 1 8 1914 0 5 1915 4 2 1916-46 no games 1947 0 7 1948 2 9 1949 7 8 1950 5 10 1951 7 8 1952 3 8 1953 5 8 1954 6 6

SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 26 0 27 28 26 17 10 17 9 14 13 12 13

L 5 7 6 6 8 10 8 7 14 14 15 8 8 17 19 15 12

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

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Year 1989# 1990 1991 1992 1993*# 1994 1995 1996# 1997*# 1998 1999*# 2000#^ 2001# 2002 2003 2004 2005

W 28 24 23 23 37 29 33 36 40 25 36 38 31 25 22 21 18

L 13 12 19 15 5 11 11 13 8 12 10 10 11 9 17 15 14

A 246 247 259 264 265 0 289 0 268 0 256 350 0 0 0 452 428 444 352 413 522 418 331 389 341 277 274 354 309 357 356

E FLD% 27 .960 41 .946 53 .928 60 .923 53 .924 0 .000 92 .916 97 .000 65 .943 0 .000 75 .935 105 .921 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 81 .946 74 .953 71 .955 65 .946 80 .947 81 .954 73 .950 51 .957 84 .939 56 .953 47 .953 64 .936 90 .927 67 .940 62 .949 68 .950

* Bold indicates single season school record. * Bold and italics indicate tie for school record. ^ The 1984 season statistics were not locatable.

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 1. 0 0

Year W L T 2006 14 18 0 2007 14 23 0 2008 17 17 0 2009 22 16 0 2010 25 15 0 Total 1,141 734 12

YEAR-BY-YEAT TEAM STATISTICS

Year Avg 1979.... .295 1980.... .313 1981.... .266 1982.... .285 1983.... .301 ^1985.... .302 1986.... .287 1987.... .303 1988.... .319 1989.... .320 1990.... .290 1991.... .288 1992.... .303 1993.... .352 1994.... .347 1995.... .346 1996.... .357 1997.... .363 1998.... .346 1999.... .374 2000.... .319 2001.... .322 2002.... .311 2003.... .323 2004.... .332 2005.... .337 2006.... .270 2007.... .289 2008.... .315 2009.... .292 2010.... .325

* - NCAC champion # - NCAA Regional ^ - College World Series

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ALLEGHENY BASEBALL Team

Individual At Bats 1. Eric Rich Hector Urena Mark Minadeo

AB Opponent Date 7 Pitt-Bradford 04/19/07 7 Pitt-Bradford 03/26/03 7 Baldwin-Wallace 04/29/99

ALL-TIME GAME RECORDS

Runs

Runs Opponent Date 1. Pete Obourn 5 Hiram 04/12/08 Brian Moore 5 Point Park 04/04/03 Bob Spithaler 5 PSU Behrend 04/17/02 Hector Urena 5 PSU Behrend 04/17/02 Brad Hensler 5 Denison 03/21/98 Joe Musgrove 5 Ohio Wesleyan 03/30/96 Dan Scharville 5 Wooster 04/13/96 Joe Musgrove 5 Kenyon 03/30/96

Hits Hits 1. Hector Urena 6 2. Hector Urena 5 Bob Spithaler 5 Brad Hensler 5 Brad Yeschenko 5 Kevin Gang 5 John Tavares 5 Dan Scharville 5 Joe Gaeta 5 Mike Penn 5 Joe Gaeta 5 Duncan Parksinson 5

Opponent Date Oberlin 04/21/02 Edinboro 04/04/03 PSU Behrend 04/17/02 Kenyon 04/29/00 Mount Union 04/14/99 Marietta 05/19/96 Walsh 03/31/96 Elmhurst 03/23/95 Elmhurst 03/23/95 Wittenberg 03/26/94 John Carroll 04/15/93 Wash. & Jeff. 1962

Runs Batted In 1. Bob Spithaler 2. Zack Oblak Kevin Hiles Brad Hensler Kevin Davidson John Sherrod Brad Hensler Fran Riordan Joe Musgrove Joe Rine

RBI Opponent Date 10 PSU Behrend 04/17/02 7 Pitt-Bradford 04/13/05 7 PSU Behrend 04/25/01 7 Hiram 04/06/00 7 Hiram 04/06/00 7 Kenyon 03/28/98 7 Denison 03/21/98 7 Ohio Wesleyan 05/04/97 7 John Carroll 04/27/97 7 Elmhurst 03/23/95

Doubles 1. Andy Schleihauf Brian Moore Brad Baker Brad Hensler

2B 3 3 3 3

Opponent Date Hiram 04/02/10 Oberlin 04/18/03 Kenyon 04/22/01 Wooster 05/06/00

At Bats

AB Opponent Date 1. 51 Ohio Wesleyan 04/09/00 2. 50 Pitt-Bradford 04/13/05 50 John Carroll 03/05/98 4. 49 Grove City 04/13/10 48 Kenyon 04/22/01 5. 47 Point Park 04/04/03 47 Pitt-Bradford 03/26/03 47 Point Park 04/25/02 47 Bald.-Wall. 04/29/99

Runs Scored R 1. 25 25 3. 24 4. 23 23 23 7. 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

Opponent Date Point Park 03/30/05 Mount Union 04/14/99 Colby 03/24/99 Pitt-Bradford 04/13/05 Kenyon 03/30/96 Amherst 03/19/95 Oberlin 04/10/05 Ohio Wesleyan 04/09/00 Coe 03/24/99 Coe 03/24/99 Oberlin 04/22/97 Elmhurst 03/22/95 Hartwick 03/21/95 Oberlin 04/27/94

Hits H 1. 25 2. 24 3. 23 23 5. 22 22 22 22 9. 21 21 21 21

Opponent Elmhurst Gannon Kenyon Mount Union Oberlin Calvin Kenyon John Carroll Point Park Oberlin Bald.-Wall. Hartwick

Date 03/23/95 04/03/97 03/30/96 04/14/99 04/10/05 03/20/00 05/08/99 03/05/98 04/04/03 03/31/01 04/29/99 03/21/95

Runs Batted In

RBI Opponent Date 1. 25 Point Park 03/30/05 25 Mount Union 04/14/99 3. 24 Colby 03/24/99 4. 23 Pitt-Bradford 04/13/05 23 Kenyon 03/30/96 7. 22 Oberlin 04/10/05 22 Ohio Wesleyan 04/09/00 22 Coe 03/24/99 22 Oberlin 04/22/97 22 Elmhurst 03/22/95 22 Hartwick 03/21/95 22 Oberlin 04/27/94

Doubles

2B Opponent 1. 9 Kenyon 2. 8 Oberlin 8 Kenyon 4. 7 Kenyon 7 Edinboro 7 Point Park 7 Gannon

Date 04/22/01 04/18/03 04/22/01 03/28/04 05/01/03 04/04/03 04/03/97

Triples 3B Opponent 1. 3 Buena Vista 3 Brockport 3 Pitt-Bradford 3 Earlham 3 PSU Behrend 6. 2 Many Times Most Recently: Grove City

Home Runs

Date 03/20/06 04/09/02 03/31/99 04/19/97 04/02/91 04/13/10

HR Opponent Date 1. 6 Earlham 04/04/98 6 Denison 03/21/98 6 Point Park 05/04/95 4. 5 Multiple Times Most Recently: Indiana (Pa.) 04/25/00

Walks RBI Opponent Date 1. 15 Point Park 03/30/05 2. 11 Aurora 03/21/03 11 Gannon 05/04/00 11 Chicago 03/22/99 5. 10 Multiple Times Most Recently: Hiram 04/03/10

Hit By Pitch

HPOpponent Date 1. 11 La Roche* 04/02/09 9 Oberlin 04/10/05 2. 8 St. Lawrence 03/16/97 8 Fairmont State 03/12/95 4. 7 Macalester 03/28/05 7 PSU Behrend 04/05/97 7 Bethany 05/02/96 7 John Carroll 04/21/96

Stolen Bases SB Opponent 1. 10 Bald.-Wall. 2. 9 St. Lawrence 3. 8 Messiah 8 John Carroll 4. 7 Oberlin 7 Westminster 7 PSU Behrend 7 Wittenberg 7 Kenyon

Date 04/17/94 03/16/97 03/16/09 04/21/96 04/15/00 04/18/98 04/05/97 03/26/94 04/11/92

Strikeouts K 1. 18 2. 17 17 4. 15 15 15 15 8 14 14 14

Opponent Date Thiel 03/09/88 Fredonia 04/09/91 Ohio Wesleyan 05/04/02 Wooster 04/02/06 Pitt-Bradford 04/12/01 Pitt-Bradford 04/12/01 Oberlin 04/24/96 Pitt-Bradford 04/13/05 Pitt-Bradford 04/13/03 PSU Behrend 04/06/96

* NCAA Record

Triples 1. Mike Pereslucha Ben Couch David Ewart

3B 2 2 2

Opponent Date Mount Union 04/23/09 Pitt-Bradford 03/31/99 Fenn 1963

Home Runs 1. Bob Spithaler 2. John Sherrod Brad Hensler

HR 4 3 3

Opponent Date PSU Behrend 04/17/02 Kenyon 03/28/98 Denison 03/21/98

Bases On Balls 1. Brandon Porter

BB 4

Opponent Date Gannon 04/24/02

Hit By Pitch 1. Zach Oblak Brad Hensler

HBP 4 4

Opponent Date Buena Vista 03/20/06 Wooster 05/17/97

Stolen Bases 1. Mike Penn 2. Mike Penn Mike Penn Mike Penn Kevin Lewis

SB Opponent Date 5 Wittenberg 03/26/94 4 Baldwin-Wallace 04/17/94 4 Baldwin-Wallace 04/17/94 4 Saint Lawrence 03/21/94 4 Trenton State 03/21/90

Strikeouts 1. Tim Bruzdewicz 2. Josh Sharpless Pat Broadwater Dave Williams

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K Opponent Date 18 Thiel 03/09/88 17 Ohio Wesleyan 05/04/02 17 Fredonia 04/09/91 17 Thiel 1963

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2011 MEDIA GUIDE Batting

Batting Average (min. 100 AB)

e 5 3 0 9

1. Joe Musgrove 2. Matt Stahl 2. Rick Grimm 3. Steve Cook 4. Brad Hensler

0

Slugging Pct. (min. 100 AB)

e 4 7 9 6 0 8 7 4 2

e 8 1 2 6 1 1 6 5 3 6

Pct. .916 .874 .860 .835 .813

Games Played 1. Joe Musgrove John Tavares 3. Fourteen Tied With

TB 109 139 98 132 139

AB 119 159 114 158 171

Year 1996 2010 1988 1993 1998

Year 1998 1996 1998 1996 1997

GP 49 49 48

Year 1996 1996

AB 192 188 171 171 169

Year 2000 1997 1999 1997 2000

R 75 66 63 58 58 58

Year 1997 1996 1997 1997 1996 1997

H 83 80 76 73 72 72

Year 1997 1996 1997 2000 1999 1999

2B 1. Joe Musgrove 25* 2. Rick Grimm 18 3. Kelly Swiney 17 4. Tug Ollock 16 5. Eight Tied 15 Most Recent: Ben Lowmaster

Year 1996 1989 1999 2001

At Bats

1. Ben Couch 2. Fran Riordan 3. Ben Couch Joe Musgrove 5. Brad Hensler

Runs Scored 1. Mike Porada 2. Jason Nypaver 3. Joe Musgrove 4. Kevin Creehan Joe Musgrove John Tavares

Hits

1. Fran Riordan 2. Joe Musgrove 3. Joe Musgrove 4. Brad Hensler 5. Ben Couch Kevin Davidson

Doubles

Putouts

1. Kevin Davidson 2. Fran Riordan 3. Tug Ollock 4. Brendon Porter 5. Bob Spithaler

2010

1. Ben Couch 2. Ben Couch 3. Mark Veon 4. Six Tied With

Pitching

ERA (min. 40 IP) 3B 9 6 5 4

Year 1999 2000 1979

Home Runs 1. Joe Musgrove Jason Nypaver 3. Brad Hensler John Sherrod 5. Fran Riordan

HR 16 16 14 14 13

Year 1997 1996 1998 1998 1996

Year 1997-00 1994-97 1998-01 2001-04 2000-02

ERA 0.19 0.96 1.03 1.30 1.40

1. Joe Musgrove 2. Joe Musgrove 3. Kevin Davidson 4. Fran Riordan 5. Jason Nypaver

RBI 74 72 70 65 61

Year 1996 1997 1999 1997 1996

Total Bases 1. Joe Musgrove Joe Musgrove 3. Jason Nypaver 4. Fran Riordan 5. Brad Hensler

TB 139 139 132 130 123

Year 1997 1996 1996 1997 2000

1. Ken Baker 2. Steve Seely 3. Tim Bruzdewicz 4. Tim Bruzdewicz 5. Josh Sharpless

K/9 12.15 12.09 11.98 11.90 11.87

BB 40 33 31 30 30

Year 1993 1987 1987 1985 1985

Hit By Pitch 1. Brad Hensler Mike Porada 3. Dan Scharville 4. Eric Hansen Matt Young Kevin Creehan

HBP 21 21 17 15 15 15

Year 1997 1997 1996 2010 2005 1997

Year 1997 1966 1986 1988 2003

Wins 11 10 10 10 10

Year 1988 2000 1997 1995 1985

SV 12* 11* 9* 8 6

Years 1993 2001 1992 1999 1997

App 26 25 23 22 21 21

Year 1997 1999 1993 1982 1995 1992

GS 1. Mark Picciano 13 2. Jeff Mountain 12 Scott Swinchock 12 Chuck Stefanini 12 Matt Perry 12 Mike Pennington 12

Year 1989 2000 2000 1997 1996 1993

1. Don Osborne 2. Jeff Mountain 3. Tim Bruzdewicz 4. Scot Swinchock 5. Pat Broadwater

IP 98.1 91.0 90.0 83.2 79.1

Year 1985 2000. 1988 2000 1993

Ks 119 89 88 87 84 84

Year 1988 2000 1996 1996 1987 2003

1. Tim Bruzdewicz 2. Jeff Mountain Chuck Stefanini Jarrod DePriest Don Osborne

Saves

1. Dean Peterson 2. Rob George 3. Dean Peterson 4. Ken Baker 5. Ken Baker 1. Ken Baker 2. Ken Baker 3. Dean Peterson 4. Don Corry 5. Jarrod DePriest Dean Peterson

Games Started

Stolen Bases Innings Pitched 1. Mike Penn 2. Mike Penn Mike Porada 4. Mike Penn 5. Fran Troyan

SB 57* 42 42 34 33

Year 1994 1993 1997 1992 1985

Strikeouts

Assists

1. Mark Minadeo 2. Brad Hensler 3. Hector Urena 4. John Tavares 5. Brian Moore

Assists 389 354 333 289 279

Year 1999-02 1997-00 2002-05 1994-97 2001-04

Year 1969 1993 1966 1988 1995

Inn. 46.2 61.0 47.1 90.0 63.2

Bases On Balls Appearances 1. Joe Gaeta 2. Craig Jones 3. Eddie Taylor 4. Eddie Taylor Fran Troyan

IP 48.0 46.2 61.0 90.0 51.1

Strikeouts Per 9 IP (min. 40 IP)

Runs Batted In Wins

Fielding Putouts 932 871 786 682 483

1. Steve Seely 2. Dean Peterson 3. Steve Seely 4. Tim Bruzdewicz 5. Graham Wyllie

1. Tim Bruzdewicz 2. Jeff Mountain 3. Chuck Stefanini 4. Matt Perry 5. Tim Bruzdewicz Josh Sharpless

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ALL-TIME SEASON RECORDS

e 9 5 7 5 5 7 6 6

1. Brad Hensler 2. Joe Musgrove 3. Kevin Davidson 4. Jason Nypaver 5. Joe Musgrove

Avg. Hits AB .503 80 159 .500 61 122 .466 55 118 .451 65 144 .445 53 119

Triples

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ERA (min. 100 IP) 1. Steve Seely 2. Dean Peterson 3. Tim Bruzdewicz 4. Pat Broadwater 5. Frank Senediak

ERA 1.44 2.54 2.67 2.76 3.03

IP 187.1 102.2 212.2 169.2 101.0

Batting

Years 1966-69 1991-93 1986-88 1990-93 1992-95

Batting Average (min. 200 AB) 1. Joe Musgrove 2. Matt Stahl 2. Rick Grimm 3. Kevin Davidson 4. Brad Yeschenko

Avg. .458 .454 .446 .399 .398

Hits 164 99 116 179 136

AB Years 358 1994-97 218 2008-Pres. 260 1988-89 449 1997-00 342 1996-99

ALL-TIME CAREER RECORDS

Strikeouts Per 9 IP (min. 100 IP) Slugging Pct. (min. 200 AB) K/9 1. Tim Bruzdewicz 11.26 2. Matt Perry 10.21 3. Steve Seely 10.04 4. Josh Sharpless 9.68 5. Ken Baker 9.64

Inn. 212.2 168.1 187.1 189.2 173.2

Years 1986-88 1994-96 1966-69 2000-03 1996-01

Wins 26 25 24 23 21

Years 1997-00 1986-88 1994-97 1992-95 1996-99

1. Dean Peterson 2. Ken Baker 3. Rob George 4. Justin Abbott Jay Dillon Jarrod DePriest

SVs 26 15 14 7 7 7

Years 1991-93 1996-99 1998-01 2007-10 1994-97 1992-95

1. Ken Baker 2. Jarrod DePriest 3. Justin Abbott 4. Dean Peterson 5. Rob George

App 74 65 64 61 50

Years 1996-01 1992-95 2007-10 1991-93 1998-01

1. Jeff Mountain 2. Josh Sharpless Chuck Stefanini Dave Weimer 5. Jon Schmitt

GS 38 28 28 28 25

Wins

1. Jeff Mountain 2. Tim Bruzdewicz 3. Chuck Stefanini 4. Jarrod DePriest 5. Nate Crowe

Saves

Appearances

Games Started

Innings Pitched 1. Jeff Mountain 2. Tim Bruzdewicz 3. Jarrod DePriest 4. Steve Greenberg 5. Josh Sharpless

Strikeouts

1. Tim Bruzdewicz 2. Jeff Mountain 3. Josh Sharpless 4. Chuck Stefanini Matt Perry

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1. Joe Musgrove 2. Rick Grimm 3. Brad Hensler 4. Kevin Davidson 5. Fran Riordan

Pct. .821 .727 .704 .690 .685

Games Played 1. Mark Minadeo 2. Kevin Hiles 3. Ben Couch Joe Gaeta 5. Joe Rine

Innings 239.2 212.2 211.2 191.1 189.2

Ks 266 211 204 191 191

Years 1997-00 1986-88 1992-95 1985-88 2000-03

Years 1986-88 1997-00 2000-03 1994-97 1994-96

AB 358 260 470 449 470

Years 1994-97 1988-89 1997-00 1997-00 1994-97

1. Brad Hensler 2. Fran Riordan 3. Kevin Davidson 4. Joe Musgrove 5. Joe Rine

Runs Batted In 1. Joe Musgrove 2. Kevin Davidson 3. Brad Hensler 4. Kevin Hiles 5. Fran Riordan

HR 34 32 29 28 27

Years 1997-00 1994-97 1997-00 1994-97 1992-95

RBI 156 155 147 138 134

Years 1994-97 1997-00 1997-00 2000-03 1994-97

Total Bases

GP 167 158 156 156 154

Years 1999-02 2000-03 1998-01 1992-95 1992-95

AB 584 567 550 523 516

Years 1999-02 1998-01 2000-03 2002-05 1986-89

R 176 167 151 143 126

Years 1999-02 1998-01 1997-00 1992-95 1992-94

Hit By Pitch

1. Ben Couch 2. Mark Minadeo 3. Hector Urena 4. Brad Hensler Fran Riordan

H 216 196 185 184 184

Years 1998-01 1999-02 2002-05 1997-00 1994-97

Stolen Bases

1. Steve Cook 2. Kevin Davidson 3. Kevin Hiles 4. Kevin Gang Joe Musgrove

2B 41 40 39 38 38

Years 1990-93 1997-00 2000-03 1995-98 1994-97

At Bats

Years 1997-00 2000-03 1994-97 1989-91 2003-06

TB 294 189 331 310 322

Home Runs

1. Mark Minadeo 2. Ben Couch 3. Kevin Hiles 4. Hector Urena 5. John Retton

Runs Scored 1. Mark Minadeo 2. Ben Couch 3. Brad Hensler 4. Joe Rine 5. Mike Penn

Hits

Doubles

Triples

1. Ben Couch 2. Brad Hensler Craig Jones Tony Libertini Eric Rich Joe Rine Eugene Tommasi Eddie Taylor

3B Years 15 1998-01 7 1997-00 7 1989-90 7 1983, 1985-96 7 2005-07 7 1992-95 7 1979-82 7 1985-87

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1. Brad Hensler 2. Ben Couch 3. Fran Riordan 4. Kevin Davidson 5. Joe Rine

TB 331 325 322 310 299

Years 1997-00 1998-01 1994-97 1997-00 1992-95

Bases On Balls 1. Joe Gaeta 2. Jeff Filkovski 3. Eddie Taylor 4. Joe Rine 5. Steve Cook Domenic Lanzilatti

1. Brad Hensler Mark Minadeo 3. John Tavares 4. Mike Porada 5. Matt Young

1. Mike Penn 2. Mike Porada 3. John Retton 4. Steve Cook 5. Fran Troyan

Putouts

HBP 40 40 39 35 28

SB 133 62 60 58 44

Years 1992-95 1988-91 1985-87 1992-95 1990-93 2002-05

Years 1997-00 1999-02 1994-97 1995-97 2005-08

Years 1992-94 1995-97 1986-89 1990-93 1985-86

Fielding

1. Kevin Davidson 2. Fran Riordan 3. Tug Ollock 4. Brendon Porter 5. Alex Herrnberger

Assists

BB 119 83 81 78 76 76

1. Mark Minadeo 2. Brad Hensler 3. Hector Urena 4. John Tavares 5. Brian Moore

Putouts 932 871 786 682 543

Years 1997-00 1994-97 1998-01 2001-04 2006-09

Assists 389 354 333 289 279

Years 1999-02 1997-00 2002-05 1994-97 2001-04


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s 5 1 7 5 3 5

s 0 2 7 7 8

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All-American First Team

Joe Rine....................3B.................. 1994 Chuck Stefanini.......... P...........1996, ‘97 Tim Bruzdewicz.......... P.................. 1988 John Tavares............. SS.................. 1997 Brad Hensler............ SS.................. 2000 Ed Taylor................... OF.................. 1987 Joe Musgrove..... OF/DH...........1996, ‘97 Brad Yeschenko.......2B.................. 1999 Jason Nypaver.......... OF.................. 1996

Brian Showman.......... C.................. 1999 Zach Skowvron......... OF.................. 2008 Matt Stahl.................1B.................. 2010 David Strawser........... P.................. 2010 Jeff Susan.................3B.................. 1988 Scott Swinchock......... P.................. 2000 Kelly Swiney.............. OF.................. 1999 John Tavares............. SS...........1996, ‘97 Fran Troyan............... SS.................. 1985 Evan Vonleer............. OF.................. 2004 Graham Wyllie............ P.................. 1995 Brad Yeschenko.......2B.................. 1999

All-American Second Team All-American Academic Team

Steve Cook................3B.................. 1993 Greg Reinhart............. C...........1994, ‘95 Jeff Mountain............. P.................. 2000 All-PAC First Team Mike Porada.............2B.................. 1997 Bob Baldasare.......... SS.......1967, 1968 Glenn Beckert........... SS... 1959, ‘60, ‘61 Bedrosian............ P....1974, ‘75, ‘76 All-American Third Team Bob Dick Blackwood........ UT... 1961, ‘62, ‘63 Tim Bruzdewicz.......... P.................. 1987 Harry Blackwood...... OF.......1960, 1962 Kevin Davidson.........1B.................. 1999 Jeff Carroll................. OF.................. 1972 Rick Grimm............... SS.................. 1989 Frank Civitarese....... OF... 1976, ‘77, ‘78 Rick Derr..................... P.................. 1975 Harry Doutt...............3B.................. 1975 All-Region First Team Joe Dreistadt.............. P.................. 1978 Jeff Braidic................ OF.................. 1989 Jim Dronsfield............. C.................. 1959 Pat Broadwater........... P.................. 1993 Lou Forbringer............ P.................. 1973 Tim Bruzdewicz.......... P...........1987, ‘88 Bill Hadfield................ P.................. 1961 Steve Cook................3B...........1992, ‘93 John Hilliard................ C...........1960, ‘61 Ben Couch................ OF.................. 2001 John Howald.............1B...........1969, ‘70 Kevin Davidson.........1B.................. 1999 John Karney..............1B.................. 1981 Rick Grimm............... SS...........1988, ‘89 Mike Keister.............. OF... 1969, ‘70, ‘71 Brad Hensler............ SS.................. 2000 Jack Keppel................ P.................. 1959 Craig Jones............... OF.................. 1990 Joe Kinego................ UT.................. 1967 Domenic Lanzilatti... OF.................. 2004 Steve Lanier..............2B... 1971, ‘72, ‘73 Jeff Mountain............. P...........1999, ‘00 Ron Levea................... C... 1970, ‘71, ‘72 Joe Musgrove............ OF...........1996, ‘97 Mike Maropis.............. C... 1976, ‘77, ‘78 Jason Nypaver.......... OF.................. 1996 Pete Maropis............ SS... 1973, ‘74, ‘75 Mike Penn................. OF.................. 1994 Dave Marquis............. P...........1962, ‘64 Mike Porada.............2B.................. 1997 Mark Matlak............. OF... 1975, ‘76, ‘78 Greg Reinhart............. C.................. 1995 Dave McCain............2B...........1964, ‘65 Joe Rine....................3B.................. 1995 Dick Mellow..............2B.................. 1966 Fran Riordan.............1B.................. 1997 Mike Modelle.............. P.................. 1970 Scott Swinchock......... P.................. 2001 Nick Nardone............ SS...........1978, ‘79 John Tavares............. SS.................. 1996 Dave Nelson.............1B...................1977 Dick Okransinski........ C...1964, ‘65, ‘66 Sean O’Leary.............. C...........1973, ‘75 All-Region Second Team Duncan Parkinson.... OF.................. 1962 Pete Rich...................2B........... 1974, ‘76 Ben Couch................ OF...........1999, ‘00 Bob Rinker................3B.................. 1963 Kevin Davidson.........1B.................. 1998 John Rogeri................. C... 1979, ‘80, ‘81 Matt Dishong.............. P.................. 2010 Steve Seely................. P...........1967, ‘69 Kevin Gang............... OF.................. 1997 Gary Session.............. C.................. 1983 Rob George................. P.................. 2001 Eugene Tommasi...... SS.................. 1982 Mark Minadeo..........2B.................. 2000 Bill Tomson................. C.................. 1967 Mike Penn................. OF.................. 1993 Stoner Tracey.............. C...........1962, ‘63 Fran Riordan.............1B.................. 1996 Mike Trombetta........ OF.................. 1980 Matt Stahl.................1B.................. 2010 Mark Veon................. OF.................. 1979 Matt Young................ SS.................. 2008 Dave Willett............... OF...........1964, ‘65 John Willett...............1B.................. 1963 Williams............. P...1963, ‘65, ‘66 All-Region Honorable Mention Dave Tim Zebulske.............. P.................. 1983 Jarrod DePriest........... P.................. 1995 Brad Hensler............ SS.................. 1998 Chris Nelson............... P.................. 1993 All-NCAC First Team Mike Pennington........ P.................. 1993 Ken Baker................... P.................. 1997 Dean Peterson............ P.................. 1993 Pat Broadwater........... P...........1992, ‘93 Tim Bruzdiewicz.......... P...........1987, ‘88 Steve Cook......... 2B, 3B...........1992, ‘93 Ben Couch................ OF...........1999, ‘00 Kevin Creehan......... DH.................. 1997 Kevin Davidson.........1B.................. 1999 Jarrod DePriest........... P.................. 1995 Matt Dishong.............. P.................. 2010 Jeff Filkovski............. OF.................. 1991 Joe Gaeta.................. OF.................. 1995 Rick Grimm............... SS...........1988, ‘89 Brad Hensler............ SS...........1998, ‘00 Craig Jones............... OF.................. 1990 Domenic Lanzilatti... OF.................. 2004 Tony Libertini............ OF.................. 1985 Ben Lowmaster.......... C.................. 2010 Bill Manno.................2B.................. 1990 Mark Minadeo..........2B.................. 2000 Jeff Mountain............. P...........1999, ‘00 Joe Musgrove........... DH...........1996, ‘97 Jason Nypaver.......... OF.................. 1996 Don Osborne.............. P.................. 1985 Joe Pass....................2B.................. 1993

All-NCAC Honorable Mention

Jason Nypaver Mike Penn................. OF...........1993, ‘94 Dean Peterson............ P.................. 1993 Marc Picciano............. P...........1989, ‘90 Greg Reinhart............. C.................. 1995 John Retton...............1B.................. 1989 Joe Rine....................1B...........1994, ‘95 Fran Riordan.............1B.................. 1997 Jim Saitta.................... C.................. 1987 Dan Scharville............ C.................. 1996 Drew Scibetta............. P.................. 2004 Josh Sharpless........... P.................. 2003 John Sherrod........... DH.................. 1999 Charlie Smith........... DH.................. 1988 Chuck Stefanini.......... P...........1996, ‘97 Scott Swinchock......... P.................. 2001 Ed Taylor................... OF.................. 1987 Lee Tenace................. C.................. 2003 Fran Troyan............... SS.................. 1986 Joe Vastola............... DH.................. 1993 Evan Vonleer............. OF.................. 2005 Matt Young................ SS.................. 2008 Tim Zebulske.............. P.................. 1985

All-NCAC Second Team

Jeff Braidic................ OF.................. 1989 Ben Couch................ OF.................. 2000 Chris Creahan............. P.................. 1999 Nate Crowe................. P.................. 1997 Kevin Davidson.........1B.................. 2000 Matt DeGiovanni..... DH.................. 2005 Jarrod DePriest........... P.................. 1994 Don Ericson..............1B.................. 1990 Jarrod Essey............. DH.................. 2000 Jeff Filkovski.............3B.................. 1989 Joe Gaeta.................. OF.................. 1993 Kevin Gang............... OF... 1996, ‘97, ‘98 Steve Greenberg........ P.................. 1987 Keith Gonzales........... P.................. 2002 Eric Hansen.............. OF.................. 2010 Alex Herrnberger........ C.................. 2008 Kevin Hiles................ OF.................. 2003 Jim Huston.........1B/DH...........1991, ‘92 Craig Jones............... OF... 1987, ‘88, ‘89 Justin Kingerski........3B.................. 1992 Domenic Lanzilatti... OF.................. 2005 Rob Lucas.................3B.................. 1985 Chris Nelson............... P.................. 1993 George Panebianco...2B.................. 1986 Joe Pass....................2B.................. 1995 Mike Pennington........ P.................. 1993 Matt Perry................... P.................. 1996 Dean Peterson............ P.................. 1992 Mike Porada.............2B.................. 1997 Brendon Porter.........1B.................. 2004 Greg Reinhart............. C.................. 1993 John Retton...............2B...........1987, ‘88 Andy Schleihauf........ OF.................. 2010 Drew Scibetta............. P.................. 2006 Josh Sharpless........... P.................. 2000 John Sherrod........... DH.................. 1998

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Justin Abbott............... P.................. 2009 Jeff Braidic................ OF...........1988, ‘90 Tim Bruzdewicz.......... P.................. 1986 Steve Cook......... SS, 2B...........1990, ‘91 Kevin Davidson.........1B.................. 1998 Jarrod DePriest........... P.................. 1993 Don Ericson............. DH.................. 1989 James Fago................. P.................. 2010 Jimmy Fernandez....... P.................. 2007 Chuck Hardoby......... SS...........1991, ‘93 Joe Gaeta.................. OF...........1992, ‘94 Corey Galecki.............. P.................. 1989 Rob George................. P.................. 2001 Ryan Jurkovic.............. C.................. 1991 Joe Kascanek...........3B.................. 1999 Kevin Lewis............... OF.................. 1990 Aaron Lynch................IF.................. 2010 Mike Madigan............. P.................. 1991 Mike Manczka.......... OF.................. 1988 Mike Mangialardi..... OF.................. 1986 Bill Manno.......... 3B/2B... 1987, ‘88, ‘89 Mike Manozka.......... OF.................. 1987 Mark Minadeo..........2B.................. 2002 Gary Moser.............. DH.................. 1985 Zack Oblak.................. C.................. 2006 Tug Ollock................... C...........2000, ‘01 Adam Oshnock........... P.................. 2000 Jason Pape.................IF.......... 2004, ‘05 Dean Peterson............ P.................. 1991 Brendon Porter...........IF.................. 2003 Greg Reinhart............. C.................. 1994 Dan Scharville......... DH.................. 1995 Brian Schmidt.............IF.................. 2008 Jon Schmitt................. P.................. 2005 Bob Spithaler............1B.................. 2002 Chris Squeglia............ P.................. 2004 Matt Stahl.................1B.................. 2009 David Strawser........... P.................. 2008 Ed Taylor................... OF...........1985, ‘86 Hectur Urena..............IF.................. 2003 Colt Viehdorfer........... P.................. 2007 Brad Yeschenko.......3B.................. 1998

NCAC Player of the Year

Steve Cook................3B.................. 1993 Jeff Filkovski............. OF.................. 1991 Rick Grimm............... SS...........1988, ‘89 Jason Nypaver.......... OF.................. 1996 Don Osborne.............. P.................. 1985

NCAC Pitcher of the Year

Pat Broadwater........... P.................. 1993 Tim Brudzewicz.......... P.................. 1988 Matt Dishong.............. P.................. 2010 Jeff Mountain............. P...........1999, ‘00 Chuck Stefanini.......... P.................. 1997

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Jason Pape.................IF.................. 2004 Graham Wyllie............ P.................. 1995

NCAC Coach of the Year

Rick Creehan.................... 1985, ‘93, ‘97 Mike Ferris....................................... 1999

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