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ARMY SPORTS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES Name Induction Year Bob Neyland* 2004 Eric Tipton 2005 Steve Reich 2006 Barry DeBolt 2007

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

Name Induction Year Arnold Galiffa 2007 John Boretti 2008 Mike Silliman 2008 *Charter Class Member

PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009


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“I chose to come to the Academy because I saw it as a challenge. Being surrounded by other students with great ambitions and being in this very competitive environment pushes me to try that much harder towards achieving goals.” — MATT CARTER ‘12

“When I visited West Point, everybody I talked to had come from so many different places. I found it pretty special that all these different backgrounds were working for the same ultimate goal. I thought it would be a pretty special opportunity to learn from all of these walks of life. Not to mention the countless opportunities that this place offered already for other learning experiences. You can’t find this mix of education, leadership, and teamwork just anywhere.” — RYAN DAVIS ‘12

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“I came to West Point because I wanted the opportunity to be challenged physically and academically while learning to become a leader in the U.S. Army. I knew that I would be able to participate in things that no other school would allow me to do. I wanted the opportunity to one day lead soldiers in the U.S. Army.” — MICKEY BOZEK ‘12

“I came to West Point because it offered opportunities no other place could, those being able to play baseball and receive a great education. Being in my fourth year, I chose to stay because it has afforded me the opportunity to meet some of the country’s best people and build friendships that I am sure will last a lifetime.” — MATT FOUCH ‘10 “West Point to me was a chance to achieve success and fulfillment. To protect our country, get a top college education and play the game I love at the Division I level. No other place in the world can give me the experience West Point will.” — ANDREW JOHNSON ‘13

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“I came to West Point because of the unique experiences it offered. I knew that it was the college that would challenge me the most, but ultimately make me into the best person that I could become.” — BEN KOENIGSFELD ‘11 “I chose West Point because I knew it would give me an opportunity to receive a top-grade education, serve my country, and play Division I baseball “I felt that coming to West Point was the best possible at an excellent program. I knew I would learn leadership qualities that I decision I could make in my life at that time. I knew I could apply anywhere both on the baseball field, in the U.S. Army, and in wanted to be a part of the best institution in the world the civilian world at another job.” and be associated with the best baseball program that — KRAMER PEAK ‘13 was offered to me. I was looking more into the future when I made my decision and I knew West Point was going to provide me with the best future. I knew I couldn’t find any better people to associate myself with daily, especially members of the baseball team.” — CLAYTON MOSLEY ‘13

RYAN DAVIS ‘12

“Ultimately I came to West Point because I understood that this was one of the best opportunities that could ever present itself, and I wanted to be a part of a great baseball program. I wanted to set myself up for success in baseball, academics, and in life both, now and in the long run.” — CHRIS ROWLEY ‘13

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“I came to West Point because of the challenges. The challenges I will face at West Point, both physically and mentally, will enable me to become the leader that I would not be able to become elsewhere.” — MIKE SANDS ‘13

“In high school I became very interested in the military. My family did not have a history in the military but I had a fascination with aviation. I began looking into military academies, and when I came across USMA, I loved everything this school had to offer. From the exceptional baseball program to flying helicopters in the Army, I knew West Point was a great place for me. I could play the sport I love and begin a lifestyle that fits me. From then on I pursued a nomination for acceptance and never looked back.” — CODY SHORTER ‘11

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“I chose West Point to play on a winning Division I baseball program while attending one of the best academic institutions in the nation and the top leadership institution in the world. The experience and opportunites this place offers are unmatchable.” — ZACH PRICE ‘12

“I chose to come to West Point for various reasons — the opportunity to get one of the best educations in the nation, the chance to grow as a leader and individual, the every day challenge of the Academy, and the opportunity to give back to my country. Throughout my four years, I have learned why this institute ranks so high among other colleges. The friendships I have made throughout my years at the Academy will be with me well beyond graduation. West Point has molded me into the person I am today and I am proud to say I was a part of its lasting tradition.” — CHRIS SIMPKINS ‘10 “I came to West Point because I wanted to challenge myself and set myself apart from my peers. I knew I was willing to sacrifice now to benefit in the long run. I wanted to do my part to defend my country while setting myself up for success and surrounding myself with people who shared similar values.” — COLBY SMITH ‘10 “I chose West Point because the Academy held the values of integrity, discipline, and hard work which is encompassed through my education and athletics. There was no other school that provided the opportunity and leadership skills that are instilled at the United States Military Academy.” — SHAUN WIXTED ‘11

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“Winners are always striving for something more. They have a competitive edge that separates them from everyone else. They never seem to weigh the odds before accepting a challenge. They push themselves to the limits to maximize their ability in all aspects of life. To be at West Point is to be a winner. You attend college in hopes of setting yourself up for success in the future. Your goal is to open as many doors as possible. No place in the world accomplishes that better than West Point. West Pointers have been an integral part of our past and will be an integral part of our future. There is no place I’d rather be.” —Joe Sottolano, Head Coach

“The opportunity to be a part of the best leadership development institution in the world, and to coach on the grounds that many of our nation’s very best leaders once walked is truly a humbling experience. I am extremely proud to be working alongside many of the very best young men that America has to offer. In addition, the support that the Army baseball program receives is remarkable, both from an alumni and an administrative standpoint. The combination of these two aspects makes this an extraordinary opportunity. — ANTHONY DeCICCO, Assistant Coach “I am proud to be a member of the West Point family. The unique qualities of life education received at the United States Military Academy, both in the classroom and on the baseball field, are remarkable. Every day I am at West Point, I understand the incredible closeness here, and I see the vibrant, active alumni network, and how they help each other. The support within the baseball family is awesome as well, and I’m excited to be a part of it. It’s an honor to work with the outstanding cadets on the baseball team, and we will all work hard to make the United States Military Academy proud.” — Matt Reid, Assistant Coach

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“I think if my dear mother were alive, she would tell you nothing comes close to graduating from West Point, even going to the moon.” — ASTRONAUT FRANK BORMAN “I believe in the code ... ‘Duty, Honor, Country.’ I believe in service to one’s country. The institution of the armed forces has thrived on its commitment to developing excellence. It is meritocracy in action. Race, religion, wealth, background count not.” — PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH

“The combination of an education at West Point and the experience of a career in the armed services will prepare you in a unique way for a rich diversity of further career and service in civilian life.” — HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER GLENN DAVIS


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“The United States Military Academy has really changed my life. West Point has made my life much more fulfilling and rewarding. I don’t know what I would do without West Point or where I would be. I take West Point with me everywhere. I learned to be a responsible man, a dependable man, and a man who understood that limitations or failure are just part of the process of becoming who you’re going to be.” — GOLD MEDAL-WINNING COACH MIKE KRZYZEWSKI

“My four years at West Point were wonderful. I loved every minute of it and particularly the last three years. I loved the history. I loved the tradition. I liked wearing the uniform. I felt like I belonged there. Everything was meaningful to me. There is no question in my mind the proudest day of my father’s life was the day I graduated from West Point. There is a picture of the two of us standing on ‘The Plain’ and he is just beaming.” — GENERAL H. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF

MIKE KRZYZEWSKI

“In every corner of America, the words ‘West Point’ command immediate respect. This place where the Hudson River bends is more than a fine institution of learning. The United States Military Academy is the guardian of values that have shaped the soldiers who have shaped the world.” — PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH


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At West Point, baseball players, like all other cadets, must exhibit proficiency in the classroom as well as in military and cadet training. Army baseball players have not only succeeded, they have excelled. Six Army baseball players have been named to the Academic All-America squad over the years. Tyler Anderegg became the latest when he was selected to the Academic All-America Second Team in 2009.

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The Center for Enhanced Performance (CEP) is a state-of-the art facility committed to developing the full potential of each cadet through comprehensive mental toughness and academic skills training. It offers three programs designed to maximize West Point cadet performance, as well as export these critical mental skills to the United States Army at large. The Performance Enhancement Program (PEP) is the nation’s most comprehensive training program for learning, practicing and mastering the intangible mental skills that underlie human performance; confidence despite setbacks, concentration amidst distractions, and composure under stress. Cadets participate in individual training sessions during free periods in their academic schedule, learning, and then applying the skills of imagery, attention control, energy management, and goal setting. Biofeedback training allows cadets to learn crucial self-regulation techniques, and sophisticated audio and video simulations of game and practice situations are used to facilitate mental rehearsal of specific physical, academic, or military skills. These training methods are derived from the field of applied sport psychology, where they are employed in the training of professional and Olympic athletes, but apply to every other area of human performance.


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• Foley Athletic Center – 77,000-square-foot indoor turf field training facility (2007) • Team Room – Cutting-edge players’ lounge (2006) • Indoor Pitching and Hitting Facility – 100-by-60foot turf center with three batting cages and dirt mounds (2005) • Kimsey Athletic Center – 20,000 square-foot strength development facility (2004)

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M IU D T A S N O N S H J O Abner Doubleday, an 1842 West Point graduate, is said to have devised the game of baseball while on leave from the U.S. Military Academy in 1839, drawing out the diamond and the rules of the game. He called the game “Base Ball,” but it was patterned after a game called “Rounders,” which was played by boys and girls in England. While the origin of baseball has been disputed, Doubleday, nonetheless, is still given credit and the baseball field at the U.S. Military Academy was dedicated in his honor in May 1939, the centennial year of baseball. Despite the controversy, Doubleday distinguished himself throughout his military career, earning the rank of major general. He served in the Mexican and Civil wars. As a captain, he fired the first gun for the Union side in the Civil War at Fort Sumter. On Nov. 29, 1862, he was made a major general of the volunteers. He retired from the U.S. Army in 1873 and died Jan. 26, 1893, in New Jersey at the age of 74. “The Home of Army Baseball” since games were first contested on its present site in 1909, Doubleday Field underwent a major $4.2 million renovation in 1996. Following an aggressive four month construction cycle, the new Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field was formally dedicated at ceremonies on Sept. 13, 1996. The goal of the project was to provide the U.S. Military Academy with an impressive facility suited to the storied heritage of both West Point and its baseball program. Highlights of the renovation project included the construction of full locker rooms for both home and visiting teams, fully equipped training rooms, clubhouse facilities, and the addition of 880 fixed chair-back seats. Great pains were taken in its design to draw an appropriate parallel between the new facility and the historic significance of its physical location on campus. Formal granite facing emulating many of West Point’s older academic buildings was tastefully incorporated to address those means. Internally, spacious locker rooms and clubhouse facilities provide coaching staff and team members with a sparkling home. A beautifully conceived “Team Room,” complete with two flat-screen televisions, a state-of-the art entertainment system and sparkling new furniture was completed in 2006, providing Army’s players with a comfortable place to relax. Landscaping and sitework around the facility were intentionally subdued with the historic parade ground known as “The Plain” remaining dominant. In order to ensure that, overall height of the structure was minimized. Doubleday Field itself underwent a major change during the summer of 2006 when a completely new natural playing surface was installed. In addition to incorporating state-of-the-art drainage and watering systems, the project included the addition of new bullpen pitching mounds, a host of dugout amenities and three fully lighted hitting tunnels.


Army’s “Field of Dreams” It started as a vision. It ended as a dream—a field of dreams, nestled smack in the middle of the U.S. Military Academy, tucked squarely in the middle of history. Back in the late 1980s, there was much talk of moving venerable Doubleday Field, tearing the quaint little park from its natural resting spot in the national register of historic places, just off the “The Plain” overlooking the majestic Hudson River. So many had roamed the time-honored pasture, chasing their boyhood dreams on a diamond well-suited for such fantasies. Bradley, Eisenhower, MacArthur, Franks, Blaik and Reeder had all frolicked there; so, too, had McGraw, Durocher, Mays, Mantle, Berra and Stengel. It was a place where major generals met major leaguers, a wonderful patch of land that transcended time and space. Yet, as part of West Point’s master facilities plan, Doubleday Field, so rich in history, so washed in tradition, was in danger of going the way of some of the great ones, going the way of the Polo Grounds and Ebbets Field; going the way of Connie Mack Stadium and Sportsman’s Park. This magnificent old baseball diamond, named in honor of Abner Doubleday, the founder of baseball and an 1842 USMA graduate, was to be relocated to a more sterile setting, a hollow place void of memories and heritage. Only the Doubleday Society, with Rod Vitty (USMA ’55) as its driving force, and the family of Rupert H. Johnson (USMA ’22) would not let that happen. A marvelous power pitcher during his days in the Black, Gold and Gray, Vitty had spent a good portion of his West Point springs toiling on the field where legends were born. For Vitty, the thought of moving “The Home of Army Baseball” from the site where games had first been contested in 1909 bordered on treason. Vitty, along with a host of other former players and friends of the program, began a crusade to “Save Doubleday Field.” Thanks to their efforts and the tremendous generosity of the Johnson family, the dream was realized with the formal dedication of Rupert H. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field on Sept. 13, 1996. The goal of the project was to provide the U.S. Military Academy with an impressive facility suited to the storied heritage of West Point and its glorious baseball program. Highlights of the undertaking included the construction of full locker rooms for both home and visiting teams, a training room, clubhouse facilities, along with the addition of 880 fixed chair-back seats. Great pains were taken in its design to draw an appropriate parallel between the new facility and the historic significance of its physical location on post. Formal granite facing emulating many of West Point’s older academic buildings was tastefully incorporated to address those means. Internally, spacious locker room and clubhouse facilities provide coaching staff and team members with a comfortable home. Finally, landscaping around the facility was intentionally subdued with the historic parade ground known as “The Plain” remaining dominant nearby. “Today’s dedication of this ‘state-of-the-art’ baseball facility becomes a long overdue distinct and permanent addition to the Academy and its athletic program,” Vitty stressed during the facility’s dedication ceremonies. “This beautiful stadium is an appropriate and proud expression of West Point’s love for our national pastime. “The Doubleday Society’s efforts to construct this facility was made possible by the extreme generosity of the family of Rupert H. Johnson. This family provided the largest non-testamentary gift ever received by West Point. The Doubleday Society shares the family’s great pride in dedicating this stadium to the memory of Rupert H. Johnson,” Vitty continued. “His proud contribution to the financial industry, his community service and philanthropic activities were reflective of the uncompromising standards and enduring values that were such an integral and driving force in his life. All that was nurtured, I’m sure, by his West Point experience and imbedded by those spring-time days playing baseball on this very field. We call it our ‘field of dreams.’” Those same dreams will be shared by future generations of Army baseball players for many years to come. The Doubleday Society and the family of Rupert H. Johnson saw to that.

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“One thing about these military-officers-in-training – they won’t be rattled. Let’s face it, they’re soldiers. Not only that, last year’s experience at LSU will be a huge advantage for the (Black) Knights. Nick Hill and Justin Kashner have great resumes and with an inspired effort, could pull off a few shockers in the Tallahassee Regional. FSU better be aware of what they’re getting into.” — Eric Sorenson, SEBaseball.com, predicting Army as the NCAA Tournament’s “No. 4 Seed to Watch” prior to the 2005 NCAA Regionals “Hardly daunted, Army played like a team determined to make school history.” — Chris Milton, Times HeraldRecord, following Florida State’s 3-2 defeat of Army at the Tallahassee Regional “You have to give Army a lot of credit. We were really impressed with their ball club last night and equally impressed today. They scrap, they play hard and they’ve got some pretty good talent. I don’t think the general public really knows how good this Army team is.” — Steve Kittrell, Head Coach, South Alabama, following Army’s 8-5 defeat of the Jaguars at the Tallahassee Regional

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“I think the finish wouldn’t have been nearly as exciting if it hadn’t been for the tremendous, competitive play of Army. They set that up with outstanding effort. They hit the ball hard. They hit it far. They hit it often. They hit it off the ground. They hit it when it was in the air. They hit it off the fence. They hit it over the fence. They really did a great job this game. We’re fortunate to win and it was a dramatic win.” — Augie Garrido, Head Coach, Texas, following Texas’ 14-10 win over Army at the 2009 Austin Regional Final

“Sottolano is a recruiting genius, bringing top-flight talent to a school that has demanding academic standards and a five-year military commitment to boot. — KEN McMillan, Times Herald-Record “Three Bold Predictions: 1- Army earns a No. 3 seed and makes another Regional title round. Yep, I didn’t blink while typing that, either. The Black Knights made headlines last year with their PL dominance and runner-up finish in the Austin Regional where they played Texas tough and eliminated Boston College and Texas State. The Black Knights are loaded for 2010, as the top five pitchers and five of the top six hitters are back, including one of the better two-way players in the Northeast in Ben Koenigsfeld. This looks like a bonzai year for the Black Knights. That NCAA tournament experience from last year will keep Army in the catbird seat, and confident it can stay there.” — Eric Sorenson, Easton’s Collegebaseballtoday.com

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“The home runs and the pitches will long be forgotten, but the character of the Army baseball team will be long remembered from the NCAA regional tournament. Army coach Joe Sottolano was an impressive figure , whether passionately talking about his players’ effort, or their sacrifices or what may be in store for them in what he called these difficult times. He wasn’t talking about trying to turn a double-play. He was talking about the world. Florida State officially won the regional. But Army’s players stole the show.” — Charles Goldberg, Birmingham News,

“While other rising juniors at elite college programs wonder about next spring’s Major League draft, (Clint) Moore and (Ben) Koenigsfeld and the rest of Army’s team are focused on – in order – duty, honor, country and baseball.” — Jeff Mills, Greensboro News-Record “2009 Regional Grade Army: A The Black Knights will walk away from this regional with a bitter taste in their mouths, after going into the 9th inning with a four-run lead and losing the title game against Texas. But like BC, hard to fault the Cadets here. What a great effort they gave, nearly pushing this to a fourth day. This team set more than 60 records in their impressive 36-21 season.” — Eric Sorenson, Easton’s Collegebaseballtoday.com


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For the 14th consecutive season, Army will travel to sunny Tampa, Fla., for its spring trip in March. Few teams nationally can boast of the accommodations offered to the Army baseball team during its annual venture south. Invited guests of the New York Yankees franchise, the Black Knights work out daily at the Yankees’ sprawling fourfield minor league complex, located two blocks from George M. Steinbrenner Field, spring home to New York’s Major League club. With access to the Yankees‘ medical and training facilities, Army players are guaranteed some of the finest care and treatment afforded any college athlete. Additionally, the Black Knights are awash in the heritage and tradition so synonymous with professional sports’ most storied franchise and its rich player development system. Current big-leaguers, top prospects and former stars routinely walk the complex as Yankee workouts coincide with the Black Knights’ daily practice times. Army will once again square off against top teams from around the country during this year’s trip. In recent years, the Black Knights have defeated opponents such as Central Florida, Florida, South Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Northern Iowa, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Cornell, Georgetown, Eastern Kentucky and Northwestern during their spring trip. This season’s spring slate includes games against Akron, Yale, Eastern Illinois, Bradley and Ohio State.


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MEDIA INFORMATION

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 The 2010 Army baseball media guide has been prepared specifically to assist the media in its coverage of Black Knight baseball. Requests for additional information should be directed to Bob Beretta, senior associate athletic director, U.S. Military Academy, 639 Howard Road, West Point, NY 10996.

PRESS CREDENTIALS

Since there is no admission charge for baseball games at Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field, there is no need to request credentials in advance. A press table is located in the seats behind home plate. Photographers are permitted in foul territory beyond either dugout, but are not allowed in the dugouts or in the area directly behind home plate. Photographers are asked to request field access prior to game day. Please contact Bob Beretta in order to confirm those arrangements.

PARKING

There is ample parking in the Clinton Field and Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field lots, both of which are located directly adjacent to Doubleday Field. A special pass for both lots is required for weekday games prior to 3 p.m., but beyond that time there are no parking restrictions. Parking is open at all hours for weekend games. Media members are reminded to park a safe distance from the field of play to avoid foul balls.

ARMY ON THE INTERNET

Information on the Army baseball program can be obtained throughout the year at www.goARMYsports.com. The comprehensive baseball site includes current and past press releases, game notes, up-to-date statistics, player and coach profiles, the 2010 season outlook, roster, schedule and results. Real-time statistics for all home games will be available throughout the year, while box scores and updated season statistics are posted following every game, including road contests. In-game score updates for most contests will also be available on the Army Athletics Twitter page at www.twitter.com/ArmyAthletics. For more information log on to the Army Athletics Web site at: www.goARMYsports.com.

ARMY OFFICE OF ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

The Army Office of Athletic Communications is located in Building 639 on Howard Road. Senior Associate Athletic Director Bob Beretta is the point of contact for baseball. Office of Athletic Communications 845-938-3303 Athletic Communications Fax 845-446-2556 Beretta E-Mail robert.beretta@usma.edu Beretta Cell Phone 914-490-5034 Doubleday Field Press Box 845-938-8168 BOB BERETTA

RADIO/TELEPHONES

Army’s Office of Athletic Communications will provide a telephone line (845-9386013) for one visiting radio station, with commercial groups granted preference over student stations. The line may be reserved through Bob Beretta. There is a $75 rental fee for all visiting radio stations, and all calls should be charged to the outlet or billed to a credit card. Checks must be payable to Army Athletic Association and received on the day of the game. There is no ISDN phone line availability at Johnson Stadium.

INTERNET ACCESS

While there is no wireless internet service availability at Johnson Stadium, media members will be provided with “hard-line” network access.

PLAYER/COACH INTERVIEWS

Army players and coaches will be available to the media throughout the season. All player and head coach interviews must be arranged through the Office of Athletic Communications, but assistant coaches may be called directly in their offices. To ensure availability, please allow 24-hour notice prior to your need for a player interview. Please call Bob Beretta, senior associate athletic director, at (845) 938-3303 for all interviews. Please allow enough notice so that proper arrangements can be made that will not interfere with academics, work or practice times.

THE ARMY “A’’ LINE

Postgame baseball reports are available throughout the season on the Army “A” Line at 845-938-ARMY. Information on the baseball team, as well as each of the Academy’s other 24 varsity sports, can be obtained by following the recorded directions.

TEAM LEADERS

2010 Army Broadcast Schedule March 23 Quinnipiac (V) March 26 Cornell (V) March 28 Cornell (V) April 10 at Navy (2) (A) April 11 at Navy (2) (A) April 17 Lehigh (2) (V) April 18 Lehigh (2) (V) April 24 Lafayette (2) (V) April 25 Lafayette (2) (V) April 28 Marist* (A) May 1 Bucknell (2) (V) RICH DeMARCO (left) and BOB BERETTA May 2 Bucknell (2) (V) May 15-16 Patriot League Tournament (TBA) May 22-23 Patriot League Tournament (TBA) June 4-7 NCAA Regionals (TBA) *WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic in Fishkill, N.Y. (A) Indicates Audio Stream (V) Indicates Video Stream

ARMY QUICK FACTS

Location ..................................................................................... West Point, N.Y. Founded .................................................................................... March 16, 1802 Enrollment ................................................................................................. 4,400 Nicknames.......................................................................Black Knights, Cadets Colors ....................................................................................... Black, Gold, Gray Mascot ......................................................................................................... Mule Home Field ...................................Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field (880) Dimensions................................. LF-327, LCF-370, CF-400, RCF-375, RF-327 Conference .................................................................................. Patriot League Affiliation ..................................................................................... NCAA Division I 2009 Overall Record ................................................................................. 36-21 2009 Patriot League Record ................. 13-7 (Regular Season Co-Champion)

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

MULTI-MEDIA COVERAGE

A record number of regular-season games, in addition to all postseason contests, are scheduled for broadcast by the Army Sports Network this spring. All game calls will be broadcast in the Hudson Valley on radio stations WALL (1340-AM) and WEOK (1390-AM). The broadcasts will also be available online at www.goARMYsports.com via ITT Knight Vision, a subscription-based multimedia offering. A 15-game video streaming package is also scheduled to appear on ITT Knight Vision this spring. Army Assistant Athletic Director Rich DeMarco handles play-by-play duties for the entire slate.

BASEBALL STAFF Head Coach .................................................................................Joe Sottolano Assistant Coach................................................................................. Matt Reid Assistant Coach..................................................................... Anthony DeCicco Assistant Coach.............................................................................. Bryan Price Officer Representative ............................................................ Col. Tim Trainor Athletic Trainer ...............................................................................Ian Baldwin Senior Associate A.D./Athletic Communications Contact .......... Bob Beretta Baseball Office Phone............................................................ (845) 938-3712 Athletic Communications Phone ...........................................(845) 938-3303 Doubleday Field Press Box ....................................................(845) 938-8168

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TABLE OF CONTENTS EDITORIAL LINEUP THE ACADEMY Army Baseball 2010............................................1 Army Tradition ......................................................2 Unmatched Excellence .......................................3 Road to the Regionals.........................................4 Players’ Perspectives on West Point ..................6 Coaches’ Perspectives on West Point................8 Notable Alumni ....................................................9 Why West Point?............................................... 10 Academic Excellence ....................................... 12 Game Day at West Point!!! ............................... 13 Facilities ............................................................ 14 Doubleday Field................................................ 16 Center of Attention ........................................... 18 What They’re Saying......................................... 19 Army in the NCAAs............................................ 20 Snapshots from Florida ................................... 21 Hudson Valley Baseball Classic ...................... 22 Media Information............................................ 23 Squad Breakdown .............................................24 U.S. Military Academy ...................................... 26 Director of Athletics Kevin Anderson .............. 29

THE COACHES Head Coach Joe Sottolano .............................. 30 Assistant Coaches ............................................ 33

THE TEAM 2010 Season Outlook ...................................... 35 2009 Season in Review ................................... 42 Black Knight Notebook .................................... 43 Meet the Black Knights ................................... 46 Army Rosters .................................................... 82 Career Highs ..................................................... 84 The Last Time ....................................................87

THE GAMES 2009 Final Statistics........................................ 88 2009 Season Results ...................................... 89 2009 Patriot League Standings ...................... 90 2009 Patriot League Statistics ........................91 2010 Opponents .............................................. 92

THE HISTORY More Than a Century of Tradition ................... 98 Great Moments .............................................. 100 Through the Years .......................................... 103 Team Records ................................................. 105 Team Top 10 Lists .......................................... 106 Individual Records.......................................... 108 All-Time Batting Leaders ................................ 110 All-Time Pitching Leaders .............................. 111 Yearly Statistical Leaders .............................. 112 2009 Honors .................................................. 115 2009 Record Watch ....................................... 116 Army Accolades .............................................. 117 League Championships ................................. 118 Patriot League Honors ................................... 119 All-Time Patriot League Standings ................ 120 Patriot League Tournament Linescores........ 121 NCAA Regional Linescores............................. 123 All-Time Series ................................................ 125 Game-by-Game Results ................................. 126 All-Time Letterwinners ................................... 135 Army in the Pros ............................................. 140

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Returning Starting Position Players (6) Joey Henshaw, DH (.383, 13 HR, 75 RBI) Ben Koenigsfeld, OF (.342, 7 HR, 38 RBI) Kevin McKague, 1B (.389, 6 HR, 44 RBI) Clint Moore, SS (.395, 11 HR, 65 RBI) Zach Price, 2B (.355, 0 HR, 25 RBI) J.T. Watkins, C (.256, 2 HR, 28 RBI)

Returning Starting Pitchers (6) Steve Cummings, LHP (2-1, 3.73 ERA, 26 K, 17 BB) Matt Fouch, LHP (7-5, 4.70 ERA, 65 K, 44 BB) Joey Henshaw, LHP (1-1, 4.79 ERA, 18 K, 11 BB) Ben Koenigsfeld, RHP (8-4, 4.89 ERA, 63 K, 33 BB) Kirk Porter, RHP (6-3, 4.18 ERA, 40 K, 25 BB) Kyle Brueggemann, RHP (1-3, 8.03 ERA, 15 K, 12 BB

Other Returning Position Players (8) Matthew Carter, OF (.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI) David Darnell, OF (.250, 1 HR, 11 RBI) Brandon Hines, 3B-1B (.167, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Steve May, 3B-2B-SS (.333, 0 HR, 2 RBI) Cody Murtle, OF (.297, 0 HR, 1 RBI) Cody Shorter, C (.333, 1 HR, 3 RBI) Colby Smith, C (.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Shaun Wixted, 3B-OF (.000. 0 HR, 0 RBI)

Returning Relief Pitchers (9) Mickey Bozek, LHP (0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 K, 0 BB) Ryan Davis, RHP (2-1, 7.45 ERA, 13 K, 7 BB) Manny Fernandez, RHP (0-1, 8.56 ERA, 12 K, 8 BB) Will Haga, RHP (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 K, 2 BB) Logan Lee, LHP (0-0, 5.50 ERA, 12 K, 7 BB) Scott Lucado, RHP (0-0, 9.00 ERA, 0 K, 6 BB) Kevin McKague, RHP (0-0, 4.57 ERA, 17 K, 17 BB) Andy Seaman, RHP (0-0, 17.18 ERA, 0 K, 3 BB) Chris Simpkins, RHP (0-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 K, 0 BB)

Starting Position Players Lost (3) Andy Ernesto, OF (.318, 3, HR, 38 RBI) Kyle Fleming, OF (.279, 6 HR, 34 RBI) J.P. Polchinski, 3B (.271, 7 HR, 33 RBI) Other Position Players Lost (1) Tony Capozzi, 2B-SS (.355, 0 HR, 11 RBI)

Starting Pitchers Lost (0) Relief Pitchers Lost (1) Tyler Anderegg, RHP (8-2, 4.04 ERA, 43 K, 17 BB) Newcomers (10) John Buckley, RHP Matt Campbell, 2B-SS-3B Ken Jackson, RHP Andrew Johnson, C Sean McIlroy, 1B-DH-RHP Clayton Mosley, OF Mitchell Olson, LHP Kramer Peak, C Chris Rowley, RHP Michael Sands, OF

BLACK KNIGHTS BY STATE Florida (6): Manny Fernandez (Homestead), Will Haga (Ponte Vedra Beach), Ben Koenigsfeld (New Port Richey); Clayton Mosley (Keystone Heights), Zach Price (Cantonment), Chris Simpkins (Orange Park) Texas (5): John Buckley (Houston), Matthew Carter (El Paso), Scott Lucado (Austin), Cody Shorter (Spring), Colby Smith (Montgomery) North Carolina (4): Kevin McKague (Fayetteville), Clint Moore (Greensboro), Cody Murtle (Huntersville), Shaun Wixted (Matthews) Georgia (3): Joey Henshaw (Lula), Ken Jackson (Peachtree City), Chris Rowley (Duluth) Arizona (2): David Darnell (Phoenix), Ryan Davis (Chandler) California (2): Brandon Hines (Yorba Linda), Logan Lee (Laguna Niguel) Illinois (2): Andrew Johnson (Elmhurst), Kirk Porter (Lake Zurich) Louisiana (2): Kramer Peak (Baton Rouge), Michael Sands (Baton Rouge) Virginia (2): Mickey Bozek (Clifton), Matt Fouch (Stafford) Alabama (1): J.T. Watkins (Tuscaloosa) Idaho (1): Andy Seaman (Coeur D’Alene) BY CLASS Kansas (1): Kyle Brueggemann (Olathe) Maryland (1): Matt Campbell (Lothian) Seniors ..............................................................4 Missouri (1): Steve May (Chesterfield) Juniors............................................................ 12 Oklahoma (1): Sean McIlroy (Tulsa) Sophomores .................................................. 11 Pennsylvania (1): Steve Cummings (West Chester) Freshmen ..........................................................9 Washington (1): Mitchell Olson (Tacoma) The 2010 Baseball Media Guide is a publication of the U.S. Military Academy Office of Athletic Communications. It was written, designed and edited by Bob Beretta and Brian Gunning. Editorial assistance was provided by 2nd Lt. Kyle Fleming and Dallas Miller. Photography was provided by Academy Photo, Eric Bartelt, C.W. Pack Sports, Frank DiBrango, DOIM Multimedia Branch, Vincent Guariglia, The Jackson Sun, Jon Malinowski, Patrick Meredith, John Pellino, Mady Salvani, Stockton Photo Inc. and Mark Wellman. Special thanks to Marc Tolen of Creative Graphics, Goshen, N.Y., for his artistry and assistance in designing the inside back cover.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 The mission of the U.S. Military Academy is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country; professional growth throughout a career as an officer in the U.S. Army; and a lifetime of selfless service to the Nation. Founded on March 16, 1802, the Academy celebrated its Bicentennial in 2002. But West Point’s role in America’s history dates to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. Gen. George Washington considered West Point to be the most strategic position in America. He personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications in 1778 after problems arose with French engineers originally placed in charge of the design. In 1779, General Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and defensive barriers. A 100-ton iron chain was extended across the Hudson to control river traffic. Today, several links from that chain are arranged at Trophy Point as a reminder of West Point’s original fortifications. In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson signed the legislation establishing the U.S. Military Academy to create an institution devoted to the arts and sciences of warfare. This effectively eliminated America’s wartime reliance on foreign engineers and artillerists. West Point became the nation’s first engineering school and served as the model for engineering programs which were eventually established at other colleges. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, the “Father of the Military Academy,” served as Superintendent from 1817 through 1833. He upgraded academic standards, instilled military discipline and emphasized honorable conduct. Early graduates were largely responsible for the construction of the nation’s initial railway lines, bridges, harbors, and roads. Although the curriculum maintains its focus on engineering, in recent decades the program of instruction has markedly changed, providing cadets a selection of more than 40 majors. This tradition of academic and military excellence, guided by a demanding standard of moral and ethical conduct, remains the cornerstone of the West Point experience. It is said at West Point that “much of the history we teach was made by those people we taught.” The Academy has produced famous leaders throughout its illustrious past…Civil War Generals Grant, Sherman, Lee, and Jackson, to name but a few. In World War I, 34 of the 38 corps and division commanders were graduates. World War II would see many graduates reach brigadier general or higher, to include Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley and Patton. In more recent conflicts, MacArthur, Ridgway, Westmoreland, Abrams, Schwarzkopf and Abizaid were in command. Academy graduates have also excelled in air and space exploration, and countless others went on from military service to become leaders in medicine, law, business, religion and science. Since its founding, the Military Academy fulfills the same mission as it always has . . . to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets. It accomplishes this mission by developing cadets in three essential areas: intellectual, physical and military. These developmental paths are balanced and fully integrated into the daily life of each young man and woman at the Academy. Intellectual growth is fostered through an academic curriculum that provides a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences. The electives program builds upon the foundation of the core, allowing cadets to develop even greater competence in selected areas. In addition, the fields-of-study and majors nurture the development of creativity, critical thinking, and self-directed learning, essential characteristics of 21st century officers. The four-year

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WEST POINT academic experience leads to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the intercollegiate, club or intramural level each semester. This readies the cadet for the physical demands of military life and helps teach good judgment and self-discipline, even while under mental and physical stress. Military development begins with the cadet’s first day at West Point. Most military training takes place during the summer, with new cadets undergoing Cadet Basic Training, or Beast Barracks, their first year, followed the second summer by Cadet Field Training. Cadets spend their third and fourth summers serving in active Army units around the world; attending specialty training such as airborne, air assault or northern warfare or helping to train the first- and second-year cadets. The Cadet Leader Development System seeks to give the cadets increasing responsibility until they are ready to receive their commissions and assume their duties as leaders in today’s Army. Moral and ethical values guide cadets throughout their four years at West Point. Commitment to the Academy’s “Bedrock Values,” based on integrity and respect for the dignity of others, begins on the first day. Integrity is reflected in the Cadet Honor Code which states: “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” Respect denotes that cadets treat others with the same respect and dignity they themselves would expect. At West Point, it is not enough to train leaders—they must be leaders of character. Admission is keenly competitive and is open to young men and women from all states and territories and from every socioeconomic level. Prospective cadets must receive a nomination by a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army. The Academy seeks candidates who possess records of success in academics, athletics and leadership indicative of well-rounded individuals. Although the life of a cadet is demanding, there remains an array of club activities ranging from golf, skiing, boxing, crew and orienteering to such organizations as the cadet radio station, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers-Big Sisters. Additionally, the U.S. Corps of Cadets hosts a Special Olympics event each spring. Today’s Military Academy is a vastly different institution from the small academy legislated into being by Congress in 1802. Originally just 1,800 acres, the Academy has grown to more than 16,000 acres. The first graduating class numbered just two men; today’s classes graduate more than 900 new officers annually, both men and women, who are prepared for leadership roles within the Army. With the expansion of knowledge and the changing needs of the United States Army and the nation, life at West Point has changed to keep pace. Ever mindful of its rich heritage, the U.S. Military Academy is developing leaders for tomorrow, and its focus remains the national needs of the 21st century.

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ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION

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LT. GEN. FRANKLIN L. HAGENBECK

BRIG. GEN. WILLIAM E. RAPP

BRIG. GEN. PATRICK FINNEGAN

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COMMANDANT OF CADETS

DEAN OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD

Lt. Gen. Franklin L. Hagenbeck assumed duties as the 57th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy in June 2006. Hagenbeck was commissioned from West Point in 1971. He earned a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and served as an assistant football coach at Florida State University. While assigned to the Academy’s Department of Physical Education, he earned a Master of Business Administration from Long Island University. His military education includes the Army War College, Army Command and General Staff College and the Infantry Officer Advanced Course. Hagenbeck has commanded at every level from company through division, culminating as Commanding General of the 10th Mountain Division. He has also served in the 25th Infantry Division, 10th Mountain Division, 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions and The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Among his other assignments, Hagenbeck served as the Army’s Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, and in numerous staff positions. His Joint assignments include: Exchange Officer and Tactics Instructor to the Royal Australian Infantry Center; Deputy Director for Politico-Military Affairs for Global and Multi-Lateral Issues and Western Hemisphere; Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J5); and Deputy Director for Current Operations, J33, Joint Staff. He served as Commander, Coalition Joint Task Force Mountain, Operations Enduring Freedom/Anaconda and Deputy Commanding General, Combined Joint Task Force 180 in Afghanistan. Hagenbeck’s decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal; Defense Superior Service Medal (oak leaf cluster); Legion of Merit (four oak leaf clusters); Bronze Star (oak leaf cluster); Meritorious Service Medal (two oak leaf clusters); Army Commendation Medal (oak leaf cluster); Army Achievement Medal; Air Assault Badge; Master Parachutist Badge; Expert Infantryman Badge; Australian, British, and Honduran Airborne Wings; Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge and Army Staff Identification Badge.

Brig. Gen. William E. Rapp graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1984 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers. His civilian education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from USMA, a Masters of Arts in Political Science and a Ph.D. in International Relations from Stanford University. His military education includes the Engineer Officer Basic Course, Infantry Officer Advanced Course, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, the Army War College, where he earned a Masters of Arts in National Security Policy, and the Joint Forces Staff College. He was the distinguished honor graduate of his Infantry Officer Advance Course, Ranger School class, Jumpmaster class, and the Strategist Program at CGSC. Rapp is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Virginia. Rapp’s early assignments included duties as a Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Assistant S3, and the Corps Operations Officer in Germany and at Fort Bragg, N.C. He commanded an airborne engineer company during Operation Desert Storm. Rapp was selected for the Council of Foreign Relations Fellowship at the Institute for International Policy Studies in Tokyo, Japan. He returned to the States in the summer of 2003 to attend the Army War College before proceeding to Fort Lewis to serve as the Chief of Plans (G3) for I Corps Headquarters. In June 2005, he assumed command of 555th Combat Engineer Group and deployed in support of the 101st Airborne Division for Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2007, Rapp completed his command and returned to Iraq as the Director of the Commander’s Initiatives Group serving under Gen. David Petraeus in Multi-National Forces-Iraq. In his most recent assignment, Rapp served as the Commanding General of the Northwestern Division of the Corps of Engineers in Portland, Ore. Rapp’s awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster, the Meritorious Service Medal with five oak leaf clusters, and the Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters. He has earned the Combat Action Badge, Master Parachutist wings, Air Assault wings, Ranger Tab, and the Engineer Regiment’s Bronze DeFleury Medal. Rapp is married to the former Debbie Biggi of Sacramento, Calif. They have three children: Anna Marie, David and Robby.

Brig. Gen. Patrick Finnegan was named Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy in the summer of 2005. Upon graduation from West Point in 1971, he was commissioned a second lieutenant, attended the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and earned a Master of Public Administration degree in 1973. As a cadet, he served as Chairman of the Honor Committee and head manager of the Army football team. Finnegan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia Law School in 1979. While attending law school, he was a member and editor of the Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif. Finnegan has served JAG Corps tours at Bad Kreuznach, Germany (1979-82); the Judge Advocate General’s School, Charlottesville, Va. (1983-87); Fort Bragg, N.C. (1988-93); MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. (1994-96); and Stuttgart, Germany (1996-98). He served as USMA Staff Judge Advocate from August 1998 until he was appointed as Professor and Head of the Department of Law in July 1999. Prior to his appointment as Dean, Finnegan also served as head officer representative for the Army football team. During his time at Fort Bragg, Finnegan was deployed to the Persian Gulf to participate in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Finnegan’s awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal (oak leaf cluster), Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Humanitarian Service Medal, Saudi Arabia/ Kuwait Liberation Medal and Defense Meritorious Unit Award (oak leaf cluster). A member of the Virginia Bar and the Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society, Finnegan has also been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Finnegan and his wife, Joan, have two daughters: Katie Finnegan Rucker and Jenna Finnegan Bechen; and four grandchildren.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 Since Kevin Anderson was introduced as Army’s Director of Athletics on Dec. 13, 2004, West Point’s intercollegiate athletic program has enjoyed immense success both on and off the “fields of friendly strife.” Boasting more than two decades of leadership and experience, Anderson departed his post as executive associate athletic director at Oregon State University to accept the challenge of re-invigorating Army’s proud athletic program. The veteran administrator has played a large role in accomplishing that goal during his five years along the banks of the Hudson. In that time, Army has sent 20 intercollegiate athletic teams to the NCAAs, captured its first National Championship in more than 50 years, witnessed the revitalization of its hockey and men’s basketball programs, and experienced unparalleled success in several others, such as baseball, women’s volleyball, women’s tennis and women’s basketball. This past fall, Army’s women’s volleyball team became West Point’s 10th different intercollegiate program to advance to the NCAAs under Anderson’s watch, while the baseball team reached a regional final for the first time in school history last spring. During the 2004-05 academic year, Anderson’s first at West Point, Army’s athletic program won a National Championship in rifle, sent a record seven teams to postseason appearances, defeated Navy in the yearlong series for the first time since 1978 and forged an overall winning percentage of .582. It marked Army’s finest overall performance in more than a decade. Seventeen of Army’s 25 intercollegiate teams carved records of .500 or better that year as the Black Knights put forth their highest year-long winning percentage since a .604 effort in 1993-94. In addition, Army reclaimed the Patriot League’s Presidents’ Cup—signifying the league’s all-sports champion—for the first time since 1997. Army sent its rifle, gymnastics, baseball, lacrosse, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and golf squads to postseason play, surpassing the previous standard of six teams in NCAA action. Six of Army’s eight spring teams won Patriot League titles that year. Army’s success opposite Navy snapped a 27-year drought in the all-sports rivalry, giving the Black Knights their first series win over Navy since going 9-8-1 (.528) in 1977-78. Additionally, four Army teams earned NCAA Tournament appearances in 2005-06, highlighted by

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS KEVIN ANDERSON the women’s basketball team, which earned its first postseason berth at the Division I level. In 200607, Anderson presided over a resurgence of Army’s men’s basketball and hockey programs, as well as the continued success of the Black Knights’ women’s basketball squad, which set a single season school record for victories at the Division I level. All three programs flourished again the following year with hockey earning its first Atlantic Hockey Association regular-season crown and the men’s basketball squad advancing in the Patriot League postseason for the second straight year, a first since 1995 and 1996. Additionally, a young Black Knights’ baseball team captured its third regular season Patriot League championship in five years and Army’s women’s tennis team earned its fourth consecutive conference championship and accompanying NCAA berth. Three Army teams traveled to the NCAAs last season, headlined by the women’s soccer and baseball squads. The Black Knights’ baseball team gained national attention by reaching the finals of the Austin Regional and nearly upsetting national top seed and NCAA runnerup Texas in a “championship” game. Women’s soccer, meanwhile, made its first trip. Off the field, construction of the Foley Athletic Center, a spacious indoor practice facility for football, was completed in the winter of 2007. During Anderson’s time at West Point, Randall Hall, which houses offices, locker rooms and team rooms for men’s and women’s basketball, as well as luxury suites that overlook historic Michie Stadium, was also unveiled. Army’s fabled football home received additional state-of-theart amenities with the installation of a new FieldTurf playing surface and a sparkling 30-foot-by-50-foot scoreboard, complete with a 20-foot-by-50-foot highdefinition video board. In the last year alone, Anderson led the searches that resulted in the hiring of Rich Ellerson as Army’s 36th head football coach, Zach Spiker as the Black Knights’ 30th men’s basketball mentor and Russell Payne as Army’s 11th men’s soccer field boss. In Ellerson’s first season, Army fell one win shy of earning its first postseason bowl bid in 13 years last fall. Anderson was also instrumental in negotiating a broadcast extension with CBS Sports to televise the Army-Navy football game through 2018, a new national television deal with CBS College Sports Network for Army’s football program, separate contracts with three different cities to serve as host for future Army-Navy games, and a landmark agreement with the New York Yankees that will result in Army’s football team playing one game in each of the next six seasons at Yankee Stadium. As part of the deal, Army will battle Notre Dame later this fall in the first college football game to be played at the Yankees’ majestic new home. In the last year alone, Anderson has

secured postseason bowl tie-ins for Army’s football team for each of the next four years. Prior to his most recent hectic stretch, Anderson brokered major broadcast agreements for Army’s football program with ESPN and WABC Radio (770AM), as well as aligning the Black Knights’ athletics teams with Nike, as part of a significant apparel deal, and Learfield Sports Properties. The Army “A” Club has continued to flourish under Anderson’s leadership, establishing school records for annual giving during each of his five years at the Academy. During his time at Oregon State, Anderson directed the athletic department’s external operations, to include marketing and promotions, sports information, ticket operations and the Beaver Athletic Student Fund. He also oversaw Oregon State’s highly successful football, men’s basketball and baseball programs, leading the search and recruitment for head football coach Mike Riley. Anderson, who ranks as the first African-American to hold the position of director of athletics at West Point, was a member of an OSU management staff that balanced the athletic department’s budget for the first time in nearly 15 years. Anderson took residence in Corvallis, Ore., in December 2002 after serving as executive associate athletic director for external affairs at the University of California. He joined the California staff in November 1997 as assistant athletic director for annual programs and was promoted to associate athletic director for development, tickets and the Bears’ baseball team in March 1999. Before accepting his position with the Golden Bears, Anderson served as area executive director of the YMCA of the East Bay from 1995 to 1997. He was director of annual giving with Stanford University’s athletic department from 1993 to 1995. Anderson graduated from San Francisco State University in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He is also a 1981 graduate of the Xerox Corporation’s New Manager School and the Xerox Marketing School in 1986. He completed the executive management program at the Sports Management Institute in 1995. In addition to his duties at West Point, Anderson has served as chairman for the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Division I-A Athletic Directors McClendon Minority Scholarship Steering Committee and is a member of the NCAA’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group. He also serves as chairman of the Division I Men’s Basketball Issues Committee and was elected Third Vice President of NACDA this past June. Kevin and his wife, Moira, have four children: daughters, Olivia and Michaela; and sons, Kevin Jr. and Chauncey.

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BOB BERETTA

COL. OL. SAM JOHNSON

LT. COL. KIM KAWAMOTO

CHRIS HRIS KINGSTON

MONICA LOVE

GENE ENE MARSHALL

SR. ASSOCIATE A.D. EXTERNAL OPERATIONS

CHIEF OF STAFF

SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR

SPECIAL ASST. TO ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

ASSOCIATE A.D. COMPLIANCE & ACADEMICS

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HEAD COACH JOE SOTTOLANO

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JOE SOTTOLANO HEAD COACH 11TH SEASON ITHACA COLLEGE, 1990

Joe Sottolano has been very forthright regarding the lofty goals he’s established for his Army baseball program ever since taking the reins of the club. There’s very little guess work involved, because his sights remain fixed on the same target every year: capture a Patriot League championship and win in the NCAA Tournament. “In my opinion, those should always be the goals for this program,” Sottolano is quick to stress. “We should never aspire to anything less.” No one can debate the feasibility of that mission considering that Army finds itself in the midst of the most successful six-year stretch in school history. In addition to making three trips to the NCAA Regionals in that time, the Black Knights have registered at least 25 wins in each of the last six seasons, captured four Patriot League regular-season championships and made five appearances in the Patriot League Tournament during that span. Army has posted four 30-win campaigns during the run. Following a slow start to its conference slate last spring, the Black Knights caught fire down the stretch, sprinting to the top of the Patriot League standings by winning 12 of their final 14 conference tilts. The late-season run ensured Army a share of its second straight regular season Patriot League

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title and the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament. Army captured its fifth Patriot League championship by beating Holy Cross in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal series before dispatching Lafayette in two consecutive games in the Patriot League Championship Series. But Army really made its mark on the national scene a year ago when the Black Knights reached the finals of the Austin Regional. It marked the first time the Black Knights, or any Patriot League team for that matter, reached a regional final. Seeded fourth at the Austin Regional, Army suffered a hard-fought 3-1 loss to No. 1 national seed Texas in an opening-round matchup before stunning both second-seeded Texas State and third-seeded Boston College en route to a rematch with Texas in the Austin Regional Final. The Black Knights carried a 10-6 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning of that contest and found themselves three outs away from a second “championship” clash with the Longhorns that would have sent the winner to the Super Regionals. But a weary Army pitching staff tired and Texas prevailed 14-10, ending the Black Knights’ Cinderella run. On its way to a third NCAA Regional appearance in six years and an overall record of 36-21, Army established or tied 67 school and Patriot League individual and team records. For the third time in six years, Army received votes in the final National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) national poll (2004, 2005, 2009). Overall, the 11th-year mentor sports a 271-205-5 (.569) career coaching record and is 192-118-2 (.619) the past six years along the banks of the Hudson. While directing Army to its most success-

ful six-year stretch in school history, Sottolano has also guided the Black Knights to unparalleled success against arch rival Navy. By winning three of four games versus the Midshipmen at Doubleday Field last season, Army captured a school-record sixth straight series “star.” By winning the first three matchups between the clubs last season, Army extended its series winning streak to a record 10 games. The Black Knights have captured 21 of the last 25 contests against the Midshipmen over the past six years (and 20 of the last 23). Army swept four games from Navy in 2008, took three of four regular-season meetings with the Mids in 2007, then dismissed Navy from the Patriot League Tournament with a 5-3 victory in the PLT Elimination Game. Navy’s last series win dates back to 2003, when the Mids nabbed three of four verdicts from the Black Knights. Since that time, Army registered its first four-game sweep of Navy in 2005, its first four-game sweep in Annapolis (2008), and captured three of four regular season series pairings in 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2009, while ending the Mids’ season in the Patriot League tourney in 2007. Sottolano accomplished a significant personal milestone when he registered the 250th coaching victory of his career last season. He notched his 250th career win against arch-rival Navy on April 12, 2009, in the back end of a doubleheader sweep of the Mids. Army accomplished the feat in style, posting a 6-0 shutout and securing the team’s sixth consecutive “star” against Navy. Ironically, Sottolano registered his 200th career victory against Navy as well, garnering that victory almost exactly two years to the day (April 21, 2007), in the third game of the teams’ four-game series. Sottolano ranks second on Army’s coaching wins chart, listing behind only Dan Roberts (281), under whom Sottolano served as an assistant for eight years before ascending to the head job in 2000. Sottolano needs just 11 victories to become the Black Knights’ alltime winningest coach. Sottolano added to his long list of honors last summer when he was named the ABCA/Diamond Sports Company NCAA Division I Regional Coach of the Year. Outstanding pitching has been a hallmark of the Black Knights’ recent run of success. Army has ranked among national leaders in earned run average during four of the past six seasons. The Black Knights ranked seventh nationally in ERA (3.28) in 2006, improving from the No. 8 spot (3.08) they held in the national rankings the previous year. Army also ranked 12th nationally (3.44) in ERA in 2004 and finished 27th in the category in 2008 (3.77). Army was the only Division I team to list in the top 12 nationally in ERA from 2004 through 2006 and one of two clubs to stand in the top eight nationally during the 2005 and 2006 campaigns. Additionally, Army was one of just seven Division I squads to rank among the top 27 teams nationally in earned run average from 2004 through 2007. During that time, the Black Knights’ pitching staff combined to fire 22 shutouts. Army paced the Patriot League in ERA once again last spring, ranking 73rd nationally at 5.04. A native of Middletown, N.Y., Sottolano arrived at the Academy in 1992, serving as an assistant on

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HEAD COACH JOE SOTTOLANO Despite registering early season victories over the likes of nationally ranked Florida and Iowa during its southern trip in 2004, Army began the season with a 10-9 record. Included in the mark was a disappointing 10-3 loss to Lehigh in the Black Knights’ conference opener. No one could have envisioned what would follow as Army steamrolled to 27 victories over its next 31 games. After dropping their conference debut to Lehigh, the Black Knights reeled off 16 consecutive victories. The winning streak, which spanned three weeks, marked the longest single season victory string in school history and the Black Knights’ longest winning streak of the modern era. It also ranks as the longest winning streak in Patriot League history. Late-game comebacks became commonplace during the record-setting run as Army registered six victories in its final plate appearance. In addition to boasting three “walk-off” wins, the Black Knights overcame a 10-0 deficit to defeat Pace in one nonleague encounter. Sweeping past Lafayette by the scores of 3-1 and 16-2 in the Patriot League Championship Series at Doubleday Field, the Black Knights continued their dominance at West Point. Army posted a gaudy 21-2 record on its home field, establishing new school records for home victories and home winning percentage, while enjoying a tremendous home-field advantage. A national coach of the year candidate in both 2004 and 2005, Sottolano guided the Black Knights to a 39-14 record in 2005 and their second consecutive Patriot League championship, only the second time Army had won consecutive league titles of any kind. The Black Knights also registered 17 Patriot League victories that year, a conference record the Black Knights first established in 1994 and equaled in 2004. Named Patriot League “Coach of the Year” for the second straight season in 2005, Sottolano guided the Black Knights to their fourth Patriot League championship and the school’s third NCAA Regional appearance (all under Sottolano’s watch). In leading Army to its third postseason appearance in six years, the high energy field boss presided over a team that set a new single season school record for victories (39) for the second consecutive year and established or tied 85 individual and team, school and Patriot League records. The Black Knights set the previous school record for wins only a year earlier when they posted 37 victories and established or tied 84 league and school standards. For the second consecutive season, Army garnered votes in national polls and boasted a pair of All-America selections, this after featuring two All-America selections, two Freshman All-America choices and an Academic All-America honoree in 2004. Army closed 2005 on a tear, capturing 21 of its last 26 games and 26 of 32 decisions overall. After opening the season with four consecutive losses, the Black Knights won 39 of 49 outings, including six straight during their spring trip to Florida, the first unbeaten southern swing in school history. At year’s end, Army’s overall winning percentage of .736 ranked eighth among national leaders. The Black Knights posted a 19-4 record in 2005 at

West Point’s Doubleday Field and enter 2010 having prevailed in 96 of their last 135 home contests (96-37-2) dating back to 2004. That translates into a flashy winning percentage of .719. Army received votes in the NCBWA final poll in both 2004, 2005, and again, in 2009. The Black Knights also received votes in the NCBWA preseason poll in 2005, 2006 and 2010, and in Colleigate Baseball’s preseason ranking in 2005 and 2006. Army continued its winning ways under Sottolano in 2006, posting a 30-20-1 record. That marked the first time in school history that the Black Knights notched 30 wins during three consecutive seasons; quite an accomplishment when considering that Army had never won more than 26 games in a season prior to 2004. The Black Knights registered 25 victories in both 2007 and 2008. Featuring a youthful team that had been forecast for a third place conference finish two years ago (2008), Sottolano led the Black Knights to a record fifth consecutive 25-victory season and the program’s fourth regular season Patriot League title. Three members of that squad were selected in the 2008 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, the highest single-season total in school history. Despite those graduation losses, Army posted its most successful showing the following year. Prior to assuming the role as Army’s head coach, Sottolano served as an assistant to former head coach Dan Roberts for eight years. Sottolano, who added the title of instructor in the Military Academy’s Department of Physical Education in the fall of 1994, shouldered primary responsibilities as Army’s pitching coach, while attending to all other facets of the program during that period.

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HEAD COACH JOE SOTTOLANO

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

THE SOTTOLANO PROFILE Born: Nov. 12, 1968, in Brooklyn, N.Y. High School: Minisink Valley (N.Y.) College Education: Ithaca College (undergraduate ’90, graduate ’93) College Baseball: Ithaca College, 1986-90

Coaching Career: Assistant Coach, Drexel University, 1990-91; Assistant Coach, Ithaca College, 1991; Assistant Coach, U.S. Military Academy, 1992-2000; Head Coach, U.S. Military Academy, 2000-present Family: Wife, Lori (married Oct. 11, 1998); son, Nicholas (born June 10, 2002); son, Tyler (born Sept. 10, 2005)

SOTTOLANO YEAR-BY-YEAR Year School 2000 Army 2001 Army 2002 Army 2003 Army 2004 Army 2005 Army 2006 Army 2007 Army 2008 Army 2009 Army Overall Record

Record 23-14-1 17-27-1 22-21 17-25-1 37-15 39-14 30-20-1 25-23-1 25-25-0 36-21 271-205-5

Notes First Regional appearance for school First full season as head coach Won 14 of final 16 games Last losing record at West Point NCAA Regionals, set school wins record NCAA Regionals, set school wins record Third straight 30-win season Reached Patriot League Championship Series Captured regular season Patriot League title Reached finals of Austin Regional (.569) 10 seasons

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THE SOTTOLANO FAMILY: JOE, LORI, TYLER & NICHOLAS Sottolano, who graduated from Ithaca College in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, was a four-year varsity letterwinner as a lefthanded pitcher and a member of Bomber squads that made four consecutive appearances at the NCAA Division III Regionals. Voted “Most Outstanding Player” in the 1988 College World Series, he registered a 21-9 career record, posting a 3.26 earned run average and guided the Bombers to a Division III national title. Though his collegiate career ended that spring, Sottolano continued hurling. He was one of 36 players nation-wide invited to try out for Team USA that summer and remained one of the premier pitchers in the Hudson Valley Rookie League. Highly respected among Eastern baseball circles, Sottolano served as pitching coach at Drexel University in the spring of 1991, before returning to Ithaca as the Bombers’ graduate assistant coach that fall. He completed work on a master’s degree in physical education and teaching from Ithaca in 1993. In 1997, Sottolano oversaw a pitching staff that helped Army to a Patriot League championship, the school’s first outright conference title since 1966. He was also chiefly responsible for recruiting that league-winning squad. During the summer of 1999, he served as head coach for the New York Generals of the American Collegiate Baseball League. In his first season at the Generals’ helm, Sottolano guided the team to a 28-12 record and a regular season league championship; this after the team finished with a losing record the previous year. Since assuming control of Army’s program, Sottolano has continued to shape the mindset of his club in the form of his own winning persona.

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Four NCAA Regional Appearances (2000, 2004, 2005, 2009) One Regional Final Appearance (2009) Four Patriot League championships (2000, 2004, 2005, 2009) Four Regular Season Patriot League championships (2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) Two-Time Patriot League Coach of the Year (2004, 2005) ABCA/Diamond Sports Company NCAA Division I Regional Coach of the Year. Coached 11 players that garnered 27 All-America citations Coached six players selected in Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft He has directed the Black Knights to eight 20-victory seasons, four 30-win showings and seven winning records during his 10 years in charge. He has also instituted an aggressive recruiting plan that has injected a bounty of talent into West Point’s program. During his 19-year association with the Army baseball program, the Black Knights have captured five Patriot League championships (1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009), five regular season league titles (1997, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009), one conference divisional crown (1994) and made the only four NCAA Regional trips in school history (2000, 2004, 2005, 2009). Additionally, seven Army players have been selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft during his 10-year head coaching tenure, including six since 2005. Two players -- Nick Hill and Milan Dinga -- were chosen in the top 10 rounds of the 2007 draft. Army has featured 59 first team All-Patriot League selections since 1993. Since 2004, 11 different Army players have garnered 27 All-American certificates. The list includes those selected to preseason, postseason, freshman and academic All-America squads. Sottolano has earned Patriot League Coach of the Year honors twice and remains the only individual in the 17-year history of the conference to earn league coach of the year accolades in back-to-back seasons. Sottolano and his wife, Lori, reside at West Point with their two sons, Nicholas (7), and Tyler (4).

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Matt Reid, who rates as one of the bright, young talents in the college baseball coaching ranks, is in the midst of his third season as a member of Army’s coaching staff. Prior to joining head coach Joe Sottolano’s staff in the summer of 2007, Reid had spent the previous two years on the baseball coaching staff at UNC Asheville. Reid focused his work on the club’s infielders and hitters, while assisting with recruiting duties during his tenure at UNC Asheville. In that time, he helped the Bulldogs increase their fielding percentage from .943 to .958. Additionally, UNC Asheville turned a Big South Conference-leading 59 double plays in his last season to rank 34th nationally. Prior to his arrival at Asheville, Reid served as assistant coach at Old Dominion University where he worked with the Monarchs’ outfielders and hitters. He assumed duties as baseball camp director at ODU, and filled the same role at UNC Asheville. A 2002 graduate of Richmond, where he lettered for four years on the baseball diamond, Reid assisted

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the staff at Virginia Commonwealth University during the 2003-04 season while completing his master’s degree in Sport Leadership. His experience with organizing fundraisers for non-profit ventures while at VCU included raising money for an area cancer center. Prior to his studies at VCU, Reid served as assistant coach at Louisburg College where his responsibilities with the baseball team included working with the squad’s infielders and coaching first base. He began his coaching career at Virginia Military Institute. In addition to his collegiate coaching background, Reid has gained extensive experience during the summer months, guiding the Peninsula Pilots of the Coastal Plains League for two years. He led the Pilots to a 34-20 record (.630) and an appearance in the league championship in his first season and finished with a two-year mark of 58-38 (.604) at the Peninsula helm. The native of Amherst, Mass., was selected team captain during his senior year at Richmond and helped the Spiders to a pair of NCAA Regional berths. He graduated in 2001 with a degree in Sports Administration. Reid, whose father Jim is a member of the Miami Dolphins coaching staff after serving as head football coach at VMI for two years, interned with the front office of the Pittsburgh Pirates during the summer of 2004. He also worked in Richmond’s sports information office as a senior.

At West Point, Reid works primarily with Army’s infielders and hitters. Off the field, he focuses attention on national recruiting with an emphasis placed on the East Coast. Under Reid’s direction, Army established a new single season school record for fielding percentage last spring (.970) after narrowly missing the mark the previous year. Three of the Black Knights’ starting four infielders have earned All-Patriot League honors each of the past two seasons, including Clint Moore, who garnered All-American laurels last year. Moore and infield mate Zach Price have been named Patriot League Rookie of the Year during Reid’s two-year tenure at the Academy. The Black Knights have taken well to Reid’s offensive teachings as well, establishing new school records for batting average (.329), base hits (626), doubles (117), triples (18), home runs (57), runs scored (446), runs batted in (408), total bases (50) and slugging percentage (.500) last season. It marked the second straight season that Army set school records for doubles and home runs. While the Black Knights have increased their team batting average by 64 percentage points the past two years, they have also nearly tripled their season’s doubles total and increased their home run figure five-fold from 2007. Army has also improved its slugging percentage by more than 150 points the past two years. Reid, who has played a large role in the great success Army has experienced in its overall recruiting the past two years, is single and currently resides in Highland Falls.

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ANTHONY DeCICCO

MAJ. BRYAN PRICE

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ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON WEST POINT, 1998

Army head coach Joe Sottolano added another quality mentor to his coaching staff last summer with the hiring of Anthony DeCicco as the Black Knights’ pitching coach. DeCicco spent last season as pitching and catching coach, as well as recruiting coordinator, at Fordham University. Prior to his one-year stint in the Bronx, DeCicco logged six years on the coaching staff at the University of Vermont. He arrived at Vermont from Eastern Connecticut State University, where he served on the staff of the 2002 NCAA Division III National Champions. During his stay at Fordham, DeCicco helped the Rams to a fourth-place finish in the Atlantic 10 Conference with a 16-11 mark, despite being tabbed to finish ninth in the preseason poll. As Vermont’s recruiting coordinator, as well as pitching and catching coach, DeCicco was instrumental in the t Catamounts capturing the program’s first two America p East Conference regular-season E championships in 2003 and c 2006. 2 Under DeCicco’s tutelage, the Vermont pitching staff excelled, V topping America East in team t earned run average in both e 2002 and 2005, while ranking 2 among national leaders both a years. The Cats also ranked sixth y nationally in ERA in 2003. Addin tionally, seven Vermont pitchers t were drafted or signed by Major w League baseball organizations L from f 2003 to 2009. A 2001 graduate of ECSU, DeCicco D received his bachelor’s degree d in Physical Education. H earned a master’s degree He f from Vermont in Education and L Leadership in 2005. DeCicco w a standout catcher during was h playing days for the Warriors his and joined the staff of longtime head coach Bill Holowaty following graduation. He focuses his efforts on Army’s talented pitching staff along the banks of the Hudson. DeCicco and his wife, Elizabeth, have a son, Theodore (4) and a daughter, Peyton (1). The family resides in nearby New Windsor, N.Y.

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Maj. Bryan Price may be the newest member of Joe Sottolano’s West Point coaching staff, but he is certainly no stranger to Army baseball fans. A four-year letterwinner for the Black Knights, Price served as Army’s starting second baseman from 1996 through 1998 and played a key role on the Black Knight team that was responsible for capturing the Academy’s first Patriot League title in 1997. Named Most Valuable Player of the Patriot League Tournament that year, Price closed his career as Army’s career leader in runs scored with 132 and still lists third on that list. He remains the school’s single season record-holder for runs scored (65 in 1997). Following his graduation from West Point in 1998, the Sea Girt, N.J., native received his commission in the Aviation branch of the U.S. Army, attended Flight School in Fort Rucker, Ala., and was trained as an AH-64D Apache Longbow pilot. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion 4th Aviation Regiment, 4th Infantry Division in Fort Hood, Texas, where he served as a platoon leader and executive officer. While at Fort Hood, he earned a master’s degree in International Relations from St. Mary’s University. After completing his term at Fort Hood, Price gained command of D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 6th U.S. Cavalry Regiment in Illesheim, Germany in 2003. He led the unit for 32 months, a tenure that included a 12-month tour in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (2005-06). Upon his return to the States, Price attended Stanford University from 2006 through 2009, earning a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in Political Science. Among the military awards Price has received are the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Aviator Badge and Army Parachutist Badge. A two-time first team All-Patriot League selection, Price enjoyed an outstanding junior campaign while at West Point, posting a .372 batting average with 13 doubles, two triples, two home runs, 65 runs scored and 31 runs batted in. He established new single season and Patriot League records for both base hits (68) and runs scored that year and fell two bases on balls (38) shy of the Academy standard in that category as well. During Army’s three-game series win over Bucknell in the Patriot League Championship Series, Price batted . 583 with six runs scored and posted a .688 on-base percentage. Army, which claimed a regular season conference title that year as well, also set a single season school record for victories, closing the season at 26-20-1 overall. Selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association Division 1 All-Northeast Region team that spring, Price graduated the following year, owning a .317 career batting average. During his return to the Doubleday Field dugout this spring, Price works primarily with Army’s infielders, while serving as first base coach for Sottolano and the Black Knights. Bryan and his wife, Tonya, reside in nearby Fort Montgomery, N.Y., with their daughter, Samantha (1).

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ARMY WON ITS FIFTH PATRIOT LEAGUE TITLE IN 2009. But while capturing that first title can prove a stern challenge, repeating that level of success the following year may well be the hardest thing to realize in all of sports. The road to dynastic glory is filled with treachery, particularly when churning down that path with a championship-sized target firmly affixed to one’s back. It didn’t seem to affect Army’s baseball team in 2005, when, one year after enjoying a record-setting campaign that saw them claim their first Patriot League championship in four years, the Black Knights soared to even greater heights, surpassed many of the same records they had set 12 months earlier en route to a second consecutive conference crown. For the record, Army head coach Joe Sottolano doesn’t expect it to negatively impact his squad this spring, either. “We don’t look at things like that,” Sottolano explains. “Our goal every year is the same: to win the conference championship and to win in the NCAA Tournament. Having said that, we don’t place those expectations on our players. We don’t expect anything more of our players than for them to go about their business a certain way each and every day. “We understand that we’re going to win in our program. We know that,” he states without hesitation. “We understand that we’re going to win championships and we’re going to win in the NCAA Tournament. We really don’t talk about that within our program once the season starts. I don’t think there are any expectations of this group other than to go out and give everything they have and get better every day.” It’s hard to quarrel with any of Sottolano’s teambuilding practices in light of the title-winning juggernaut he and his staff have assembled along the banks of the Hudson in recent years. Gone are

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“It comes down to having very strong-willed players in your program. We have some very tough young men on our team, both physically and mentally. That’s what it takes to change games around, change weekends around, seasons around and programs around. And that’s what it takes to win championships.” While the Black Knights return 16 letterwinners, six positional starters and 10 of the top 11 pitchers from last year’s team, Army will be searching to fill the leadership role assumed by an iron-clad senior class. Included in that group were starters Andy Ernesto (center field), J.P. Polchinski (third base) and Kyle Fleming (right field), super-sub Tony Capozzi and all-star setup man Tyler Anderegg. Though not large in number, the group formed a no-nonsense nucleus that Sottolano credited for establishing the hard-nosed mentality that served as its calling card. “We lost some very tough-minded seniors that provided great leadership the past few years,” Army’s 11th-year field boss explains. “That group really set the tone for this team. I think we have individuals in place to step in and help fill that void but I cannot overstate the contributions last year’s senior class made to this program.” Still, with players responsible for 72 percent (292 of 408) of Army’s run production from a year ago and pitchers who claimed 28 of 36 victories (78 percent) and eight of nine saves (89 percent) returning to the fold, Army appears poised for a run at yet another Patriot League championship. Senior Matt Fouch heads an experienced starting pitching cast that features all four weekend starters from last season, including Ben Koenigsfeld, last season’s Patriot League Pitcher of the Year, Kirk Porter and Joey Henshaw. While Fouch has headed

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CLINT MOORE Army’s starting rotation each of the past two years, Koenigsfeld has yet to lose a single Patriot League decision in two years in becoming the first player in Army history to start his career with nine consecutive league wins. Further ominous news for conference foes is the fact that Porter and Henshaw appear fully healed from various ailments that limited their effectiveness last spring. Both could develop into dominant, top-of-the-rotation starters in Army’s vast stable of high-end arms. All-America shortstop Clint Moore spearheads an Army offense that virtually rewrote the school record book last spring, established single season school records in team batting average (.329), runs scored (446), doubles (117), home runs (57), total bases (950) and slugging percentage (.500) among others. He is joined in the middle a potent Black Knight lineup by the fence-rattling trio of Henshaw, Kevin McKage, and Ben Koenigsfeld. Serving as the catalyst atop Army’s batting order for that dangerous crew is fiery second baseman Zach Price, who earned Freshman All-America honors in his debut campaign last season. McKague, named to the preseason Stopper of the Year Watch List by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America this winter, leads a bullpen that will be searching to identify Anderegg’s replacement as the critical bridge to McKague. In addition to its offensive prowess, the group combined to form the Patriot League’s top defensive contingent as well, setting a school record with a gaudy .970 fielding percentage. “I am not expecting to hit .329 as a team, set the home run record or post a .500 slugging percentage as we did last year,” Sottolano offers. “I don’t

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think our expectations are that. But we do expect to throw the ball extremely well off the mound, have length in our bullpen, play great defense and do what it takes offensively to win games. We should have the ability to manufacture runs and win lowscoring games, and we should have the ability to score runs in bunches. “One of the factors that may be lost somewhat is that our defense was exceptional last year. We took a lot of pride in our defense. It’s fun to play offense, but our team really likes to play defense. We are always looking to make that next great play.” As is his custom, Sottolano plans to challenge his junior-laden club early with a difficult non-league schedule that should serve as important training ground for the Patriot League wars that await. “This group is extremely talented and extremely coachable. The players work very hard and put a great deal of trust in one another, the coaching staff and this institution. They know exactly what it took to win last year and it appears to me they are ready to dedicate that same type of effort and unselfishness to achieve those sorts of goals once again. One of the things this group understands is that hard work, discipline and dedication does not guarantee a championship; it does not guarantee winning. But they also know those things increase the likelihood of being successful. They know that cannot win, they cannot achieve the things they want, without those elements in place. “It all starts with great practice attitudes. We work extremely hard to achieve success on the practice field every single day, so that when we get into a game it’s really no different. Our calling card is that when we show up on game day, the players are very well-prepared, no matter the setting.” From the early season February chill in New York to the blazing June sunshine in Texas, Army teams have proven to be very well-prepared for the challenges that have beckoned. Collecting a fourth Patriot League championship in seven years could be just another stop along the way.

through adversity. Offensively, I don’t think there is a more respected player in the Patriot League.” The native of Greensboro, N.C., filled the third spot in Army’s batting order last year and emerged as one of the Patriot League’s most feared offensive weapons. In addition to establishing a new single season school record for total bases, Moore narrowly missed setting new school standards in runs scored, doubles, home runs and runs batted in. He topped the Patriot League in doubles, triples, slugging percentage and on-base percentage, while finishing second in batting average, runs scored, runs batted in, total bases (one shy of league lead) and walks. In addition to serving as one of the Black Knights’ chief offensive threats, Moore rates as one of the nation’s top defensive shortstops. The slick-fielding junior posted a remarkable .971 fielding percentage last spring and combines with second baseman Zach Price to form a dynamic double-play tandem in the middle of Army’s infield. Price (.355, 59 R, 10 2B, 2 3B, 25 RBI, 39 BB, 84 TB, .480 OB, 14-18 SB), who settled in atop Army’s batting order following the first week of last season, took the Patriot League by storm in his rookie season in the Black, Gold and Gray. A line-drive hitter with a knack for getting on base, Price acted as the catalyst behind Army’s record-setting offense last spring en route to garnering a first team All-Patriot League citing and freshman All-America honors. “Zach is a very good offensive player,” says Sottolano, “but he has worked extremely hard to become a defensive standout as well. He improved his range significantly during the offseason. I couldn’t be more pleased with the strides Zach has made with his work in the field.”

INFIELD The majority of Army’s stalwart infield from a year ago returns intact, a group that has collected one All-America citation, three Freshman All-America certificates and five All-Patriot League awards. Clint Moore (.395, 58 R, 18 2B, 5 3B, 11 HR, 65 RBI, 134 TB, .494 OB, .724 SLG, 10-14 SB) anchors the group from his familiar shortstop position. Moore, who finished runnerup in last year’s Patriot League player of the year voting, earned third team All-America honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) last season in addition to being named to the first team AllPatriot League squad for the second consecutive season. Selected as a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace Award last spring (presented annually to college baseball’s top player), Moore earned a spot on the All-Austin Regional team for his outstanding performance on the postseason stage. “Clint Moore is one of the most instinctive baseball players I have had the privilege of working with,” states Army head coach Joe Sottolano. “He is like having another coach on the field. He understands the game, controls the tempo and is an intense player with the ability to remain focused

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of last season with an average that hovered near .430 until a late-season slump halted the quest. He still managed to rank among league leaders in five offensive categories while hitting safely in 40 of the 50 games in which he appeared. A first team All-Patriot League choice at first base, McKague finished just two base hits shy of the single season school record and remained a force whether working out of the cleanup spot or fifth place in Army’s batting order. A plus defender in the field, McKague boasts excellent footwork around the first base bag and played a large role in Army establishing a new school fielding percentage record last spring with his penchant for digging throws out of the dirt. “Kevin McKague is obviously one of the more talented players that we’ve had in this program,” Sottolano states. “He is very agile and quick for a man his size. The sign of a good first baseman is that he makes the entire infield better. Kevin certainly does that. He makes the game forgiving for our infielders so they can play very relaxed. They don’t have to fear making a bad throw because they know Kevin is over there. He’s got the ability to make mistakes disappear. “Kevin also provides us with quite a presence in the middle of our batting order. He is a very disciplined hitter with the ability to hit for power and hit for a high batting average. That is a special talent.” CLINT MOORE Mammoth junior Joey Henshaw (,383, 47 R, 12 2B, 2 3B, 13 HR, 75 RBI, 135 TB, .646 SLG, .438 OB) shares many of those same qualities. In just his first season at the collegiate level, the The hulking 6’7” Henshaw emerged as the Patriot Cantonment, Fla., product piled up 59 runs scored League’s most feared power threat in his first full and 70 base hits, figures that stand second and season last spring after battling through health isninth, respectively, on Army’s single-season charts. sues as a freshman. The hulking left-hander strikes Defensively, Price and Moore teamed on 38 of the fear in the hearts of enemy coaches and pitchers Black Knights’ school-record 66 double-play total, alike with his limitless power to all fields and thorproviding Army’s pitching staff with air-tight defense ough plate coverage. Army’s full-time designated in the center of the diamond. hitter shifts over to first base whenever McKague “Clint and Zach are two outstanding individuals takes the pitcher’s mound and possesses a similar who understand each other extremely well, both defensive skill set as Army’s starting first baseman. on the field and off,” Sottolano offers. “They know A second team All-America selection by the ABCA, their strengths and weaknesses, which allows them Henshaw established new single season Army reto be very instinctive with one another around the cords for total bases, home runs and runs batted bag. They’ve come a long way since last spring and in last season, while falling one base hit shy of the they continue to get better and better. Their develschool record in that category as well. He displayed opment has been fun to watch.” his “light-tower” power potential on the grandest of The transformation of junior Kevin McKague all stages at the Austin Regional last June when he (.389, 45 R, 8 2B, 1 3B, 6 HR, 44 RBI, 107 TB, .527 became just the 35th player to clear the “Monster” SLG, .457 OB) into one of the conference’s top allwall in staightaway center field at UFCU Disch-Falk around performers has also been entertaining for Field en route to an all-regional citing. Army followers. The strapping first baseman, who Henshaw couples with the 6’5” McKague to cast doubles as the Black Knights’ closer out of the bulla physically imposing a one-two punch in the middle pen, vied for the Patriot League batting crown much of Army’s batting order. INFIELD PROSPECTS “We feel very good about the middle Name B-T Hgt. Wgt. Cl. Exp. Hometown of our batting orJoey Henshaw L-L 6-7 250 Jr. 2VL Gainesville, Ga. der, whether we Brandon Hines R-R 6-1 195 Jr. SQ Yorba Linda, Calif. put Kevin or Joey in Ben Koenigsfeld R-R 6-3 210 Jr. 2VL New Port Richey, Fla. the cleanup spot,” Steve May R-R 5-9 170 Jr. SQ Chesterfield, Mo. comments SottoSean McIlroy L-R 6-3 200 Fr. HS Tulsa, Okla. lano. “When you Kevin McKague R-R 6-5 230 Jr. 2VL Fayetteville, N.C. start talking about Clint Moore R-R 5-11 190 Jr. 2VL Greensboro, N.C. a stretch of hitters Zach Price L-R 5-7 165 So. 1VL Cantonment, Fla. that includes Clint, Shaun Wixted R-R 6-4 210 So. SQ Matthews, N.C. Joey and Kevin, followed by Ben

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Koenigsfeld – that’s a pretty impressive group.” Junior Steve May (.333, 2 RBI) rates as the only new starter among the Black Knights’ veteran infield corps. A backup middle infielder during his first two seasons at West Point, May impressed this fall when presented the opportunity to replace graduated three-year starter J.P. Polchinski at third base. An outstanding defender with above-average range, May adapted nicely to his shift to the “hot corner” and appears likely to enter the season holding down the top job. “I think the play of Steve May at third base will be one of our keys this season,” Sottolano contends. “He understands the game and understands his role. We are not asking Steve to hit .350. We are asking him for solid defense and to play offense the way we know that he can.” Another junior, Matt Campbell, joins Army’s baseball program for the first time this spring after focusing his concentration as a member of the Black Knights’ football squad the past two years. One of Army’s top placekickers on the gridiron, Campbell lends great versatility to the Black Knights’ infield with his ability to play second base, third base and shortstop. An excellent defender with a quick first step and plus range, Campbell will push May for playing time at third base, while serving as Price’s top understudy at second base. He could see additional work at third base should May shift over to spell Moore at short. Others expected to scrap for playing time at third base include juniors Brandon Hines (.167) and Shaun Wixted. Both have seen limited field duty during their first two seasons and could receive additional responsibilities this spring. Hines, along with freshman Sean McIlroy and junior Ben Koenigsfeld (.342, 39 R, 10 2B, 2 3B, 7 HR, 38 RBI, 98 TB, .393 OB, .533 SLG, 11-11 SB) could be used a first base as well. Koenigsfeld, an impact player in the middle of Army’s batting order and on the pitching mound, is expected to return to his starting role in left field. His ability to play first base increases Sottolano’s late-game options. “We received great production from our infield last year, both offensively and defensively,” Sottolano adds. “The group gained cohesiveness as the season progressed. They’ve worked very hard to improve during the offseason and look forward to getting back out on the field together.”

OUTFIELD While Army’s infield returns nearly intact, the same cannot be said about the Black Knights’ outfield. Head coach Joe Sottolano will enter this season searching to replace the production afforded by graduated seniors Andy Ernesto in center field and Kyle Fleming in right. A mainstay in the middle of Army’s outfield since his arrival at West Point, Ernesto roamed center field the past four years, providing the Black Knights with stout defense and timely hitting. He enjoyed his finest offensive season a year ago, batting .318 with 18 doubles, 44 runs scored and 38 runs batted in. Ernesto graduated as Army’s career leader in doubles and brought a confident swagger to the outer reaches of the Black Knights’ defense.

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clutch offensive CATCHING PROSPECTS performer last spring and ranks Name B-T Hgt. Wgt. Cl. Exp. Hometown among the club’s Andrew Johnson R-R 6-0 170 Fr. HS Elmhurst, Ill. top base-stealing Kramer Peak R-R 6-2 205 Fr. HS Baton Rouge, La. threats. Mosley, Cody Shorter R-R 6-2 210 Jr. SQ Spring, Texas meanwhile, arrives Colby Smith R-R 5-10 190 Sr. SQ Montgomery, Texas at the Academy J.T. Watkins R-R 5-11 180 So. 1VL Tuscaloosa, Ala. highly regarded both in the field and at the plate. “Ben Koenigsfeld is just a great ball player,” boasts He is an excellent athlete with great natural instincts and tracks balls Sottolano. “He is very consistent at the plate and extremely well off the bat. The battle for the starting in the outfield. We’ll be counting on Ben to provide role could rage deep into the spring with both play- solid leadership in the outfield with two new players ers expected to receive a solid helping of playing joining him out there. Offensively, he’s very dangerous in his own right.” time. A host of players will fight for playing time when “David was one of our unsung heroes last year,” Sottolano says. “He played great defense and got Koenigsfeld assumes his regular turn in Army’s some really big hits for us. We think Clayton has a weekend starting pitching rotation. Darnell will jump to the head of that list should Mosley prevail in the very bright future at this level.” Sophomore Cody Murtle (.297, 7 R, 1 RBI) will be scrum for center field. Freshman Michael Sands, given every chance to earn the lead role in right field Carter and junior Shaun Wixted, who doubles as a after displaying flashes of his vast potential last reserve at third base, will challenge for field duty as spring. A rangy athlete with a “rife-like” arm, Murtle well. Mosley, who harbors the ability to play all three could develop into an impact player with added outfield positions, could also shift over, if needed. seasoning. He generates excellent bat speed at the plate and projects as a valuable asset in the middle of Army’s batting order. Should Murtle falter, Mosley BEN KOENIGSFELD could get an opportunity to win the job based on the outcome of his battle with Darnell in center, as could sophomore Matt Carter. Fleming, meanwhile, developed into an all-league “We feel Cody can develop into a special player,” performer during his final season in the Black, Gold Sottlolano adds. “He can hit for power and has a and Gray and afforded the Black Knights air-tight very strong outfield arm.” defense in right field. The switch-hitting corner outWhile center field and right remain a bit unsettled, fielder registered 11 doubles, two triples, six home no such questions linger in left field where first team runs, 37 runs scored and 34 runs batted in, while All-Patriot League selection Ben Koenigsfeld (.342, hitting in the bottom third of Army’s batting order. 39 R, 10 2B, 2 3B, 7 HR, 38 RBI, 98 TB, .393 OB, “Andy and Kyle developed into very big pieces for .533 SLG, 11-11 SB) resides. After beginning last us,” Sottolano explains. “We grew very accustomed season in right field, the hard-nosed junior shifted to seeing Andy in center field and near the top of to left where he settled comfortably, emerging as our batting order the past four years. He will be very one of the league’s top outfielders both in the field hard to replace, both offensively and defensively. and at the plate. The first player to earn first team Kyle really came on last year and was key to adding All-Patriot League honors at two different positions length to our batting order. He was solid defensively in the same season (pitcher, outfield), Koenigsfeld and proved to be someone that could really hurt you is a proven run-producer. near the bottom of the order.” One of the Black Knights’ team co-captains this Junior David Darnell (.250. 3 2B, 1 HR, 19 R, 11 season, Koenigsfeld thrived in the sixth spot in ArRBI, 5-5 SB) and promising newcomer Clayton Mosmy’s batting order a year ago, feasting behind the ley appear the most likely candidates to claim the dynamic trio of Clint Moore, Joey Henshaw and Kevcenter field chores vacated by Ernesto. Darnell rein McKague. Listed as one of the nation’s top 100 ceived semi-regular duty in left field a year ago and collegiate players by the College Baseball Blog this performed admirably. winter, Koenigsfeld features above-average power A plus defender with excellent speed and a strong and a knack for delivering runs at critical junctures throwing arm, Darnell possesses the ability to track as witnessed by his selection as Patriot League down balls in the outfield gaps. He proved to be a Tournament Most Valuable Player last spring. He serves OUTFIELD PROSPECTS as a dangerous Name B-T Hgt. Wgt. Cl. Exp. Hometown complement to the Matthew Carter L-L 5-10 175 So. SQ El Paso, Texas Moore-HenshawDavid Darnell R-R 5-9 170 Jr. 1VL Phoenix, Ariz. McKague triumBen Koenigsfeld R-R 6-3 210 Jr. 2VL New Port Richey, Fla. virate, punishing Clayton Mosley R-R 6-3 195 Fr. HS Keystone Heights, Fla. pitchers as they atCody Murtle R-R 6-3 210 So. 1VL Huntersville, N.C. tempt to navigate Michael Sands R-R 5-11 180 Fr. 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CATCHER One of Army head coach Joe Sottolano’s most pleasant surprises last year was the overall development of then-freshman catcher J.T. Watkins (.256, 6 2B, 2 HR, 30 R, 28 RBI). Not only was the fiery plebe counted on to assume a position he’d only recently begun playing, he was relied upon to fill the gaping graduation void behind the plate created when all-league performer Chris Simmons

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 Senior team co-captain Colby Smith and newcomers Andrew Johnson and Kramer Peak expect to battle for playing time behind Watkins as well. Smith lends veteran leadership and versatility to the group, filling an important reserve role off Army’s bench each of the past three years. Johnson and Peak lend valued depth to the position, with Johnson regarded as a plus defender and Peak a potential impact player at the plate.

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BEN KOENIGSFELD marched from West Point’s commencement exercises straight to the minor leagues. No easy chore for any newcomer to the college game, particularly not for a freshman at West Point. Watkins responded beautifully to the challenge and by year’s end, had blossomed into one of the team’s most respected leaders. “J.T. really learned the catching position last year,” explains Sottolano. “To see where J.T. was at the beginning of the year and where he ended up was amazing. He was integral to our success. “J.T. is one of the finest leaders I have coached. He understands the game and works hard to get better every single day. He’s like having another coach on the field.” Following a slow start offensively, Watkins emerged as a dangerous force at the bottom of Army’s batting order, hitting .295 with five doubles, 13 runs scored and 15 runs batted in during the season’s final 17 games. The two-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week choice also flashed improved defense as the year progressed and settled nicely into his role as primary handler of Army’s pitchers. “J.T. has a competitive burning fire inside of him that is contagious,” Sottolano lauds. “He wills our pitchers to be better, and they seem to respond to him.” Junior Cody Shorter (.333, 1 2B, 1 HR, 2 R, 3 RBI) returns as the chief backup to Watkins at the position. A physical presence behind the plate, Shorter has proven to be an accomplished offensive performer in limited field duty. He lends quality insurance behind Watkins and figures to receive an ample share of playing time in midweek contests.

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Army’s pitchers endured an inconsistent start last season before rounding into all-star form by year’s end. While not as dominant as they were during the Black Knights’ most recent championship run (2004-05), Army’s hurlers still pitched to a 5.04 earned run average to rank 73rd nationally and allowed just 9.87 hits per nine innings to list 66th among national leaders. Army topped the Patriot League in both categories. Featuring one junior and three sophomores in its weekend rotation, Army’s youthful pitching staff improved dramatically as the season progressed. By the time the Patriot League Tournament arrived, Black Knight hurlers had regained some of the confident swagger so prominent earlier in the decade. Army limited opponents to a total of five earned runs in five conference tourney outings. Facing some of the nation’s top offensive clubs at the Austin Regional, Army permitted a total of nine earned runs in its first three games before tiring late in its bottomof-the-ninth inning loss to No. 1 national seed Texas in the Austin Regional Final. In addition to returning all four of their weekend

starters from that group, the Black Knights welcome back 10 of their top 11 pitchers overall. In fact, every pitcher that started at least one game last season returns this spring as well as those hurlers responsible for registering 28 of 36 victories (78 percent) and eight of nine saves (89 percent). Fiery senior Matt Fouch (7-5, 4.70 ERA, 65 K, 44 BB) and bulldog junior Ben Koenigsfeld (8-4, 4.89 ERA, 63 K, 33 BB) head the Black Knights’ vast assemblage of talented arms. While Fouch earned first team All-Patriot League honors as a junior, Koenigsfeld became the latest in a long line of Army players to garner conference pitcher of the year laurels last season. Despite suffering through an uneasy start to his junior campaign, Fouch rebounded nicely. By year’s end, he had returned to the form that helped him earn all-conference plaudits the year before, posting a 2-0 record and a 0.56 earned run average in two Patriot League Tournament starts. He also registered an impressive outing against number one national seed Texas in an opening-round game of Austin Regional. “Matt is a real hard-nosed young man who has the ability to control a ball game every time on the mound. We envision him holding a spot at the top of our Patriot League rotation once again,” states Army head coach Joe Sottolano. After becoming the first player in Patriot League history to garner first team all-league status at two different positions (pitcher, outfield) in the same season and the fifth Army player (seventh selection) to be chosen Patriot League Pitcher of the Year, Koenigsfeld returns to a featured role in Ar-

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 my’s starting rotation again this spring. The strongwilled right-hander went 5-0 with a 4.24 earned run average in regular season Patriot League play last season, becoming the first player in Army history to win each of his first nine league verdicts in the process. “Ben understands how to pitch,” offers Sottolano. “He works down, moves the ball around and throws four pitches for strikes. He had a heck of a year for us last spring.” Juniors Kirk Porter (6-3, 4.18 ERA, 40 K, 25 BB) and Joey Henshaw (1-1, 4.79 ERA, 18 K, 11 BB) seem best-suited to claim the other two spots in Army’s Patriot League rotation. Both battled through health issues a year ago, but appear poised for breakout campaigns this spring. Less than a year removed from shoulder surgery, Porter flashed the type of dominant right-handed repertoire late in the year that made him such a highly sought-after commodity as a high school standout. Henshaw, meanwhile, battled back from an early season illness that sapped his arm strength. The imposing southpaw never fully regained his high-end form last spring, but was lighting up the radar gun with a low-90s fastball this fall. Both pitchers feature quality stuff and the makeup reserved for top-of-the-rotation talents. “Kirk really learned how to pitch last season,” Sottolano states. “Now, his velocity is coming back and you see a guy with plus velocity who knows how to pitch. The same thing can be said of Joey. Both are throwing the ball in the upper-80s to low90s. Their success will be dictated by their ability to locate their fastballs. Velocity without location isn’t anything at this level.” Should any of the top four starters falter, steady senior Steve Cummings (2-1, 3.73 ERA, 26 K, 17 BB) waits in the wings. A midweek starter and weekend reliever for most of his collegiate career, Cummings blossomed into a candidate for the Patriot League rotation with a strong junior showing. “Steve has really developed throughout his four years here,” Sottolano praises. “He pitches with a

Name Mickey Bozek Kyle Brueggemann John Buckley Steve Cummings Ryan Davis Manny Fernandez Matt Fouch Will Haga Joey Henshaw Ken Jackson Ben Koenigsfeld Logan Lee Scott Lucado Sean McIlroy Kevin McKague Mitchell Olson Kirk Porter Chris Rowley Andy Seaman Chris Simpkins

great deal of confidence now and knows he can win at this level. He gives us a great deal of depth from a starting pitching standpoint. We expect Steve to be a factor for us during Patriot League play this year, either as a starter or a reliever.” While setup men rarely garner a great deal of notoriety, graduated senior Tyler Anderegg rated as an unsung hero of last year’s championship squad. The rubber-armed right-hander posted an 8-2 record with one save in 27 appearances out of Army’s bullpen and saw action in all four Austin Regional outings. Finding a suitable replacement to form an effective bridge to closer Kevin McKague (0-0, 4.57 ERA, 7 SV) rates as one of Sottolano’s primary chores early this spring. McKague was named to the Stopper of the Year Watch List by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association this winter and has the ability to dominate the end-game courtesy of a deadly arsenal that includes a low-90s fastball, power slider and fadeaway changeup. “I can’t say enough about what Tyler meant to this ball club last year,” offers Sottolano. “Every time we needed a big out, he was there to deliver. We must identify someone to fill that role if we are going to achieve the things we’d like this season. “I like our chances an awful lot If we can get the ball to Kevin with a lead. He can be a real difference-maker when he’s throwing strikes.” Sophomore Kyle Brueggemann (1-3, 8.03 ERA, 15 K, 12 BB) will be given the first opportunity to inherit the primary setup mantle. A hard-throwing right-hander, Brueggemann began last spring as a member of Army’s weekend pitching rotation before an injury prematurely ended his season. He returned to full strength this fall and flashed upperlevel stuff that should translate well to a back-end slot in Army’s bullpen. “Kyle had a great fall season,” expresses Sottolano. “His velocity returned and he continues to develop a good, hard slider and a nasty split-finger fastball. He really competes on the mound and is someone who can get a strikeout when needed.” Sottolano is hoping that fellow PITCHING PROSPECTS sophomores Manny Fernandez (0-1, B-T Hgt. Wgt. Cl. Exp. Hometown 8.56 ERA, 12 K, 8 L-L 5-11 177 So. SQ Clifton, Va. BB) and Ryan DaR-R 6-3 206 So. 1VL Olathe, Kan. vis (2-1, 7.45 ERA, R-R 5-8 160 Fr. HS Houston, Texas 13 K, 7 BB) deL-L 6-3 195 Sr. 3VL West Chester, Pa. velop those same R-R 6-3 161 So. 1VL Chandler, Ariz. qualities. Both R-R 6-0 209 So. 1VL Homestead, Fla. high-ceiling rightL-L 6-1 180 Sr. 3VL Stafford, Va. handers mixed R-R 6-4 200 So. SQ Ponte Verda Beach, Fla. good outings with L-L 6-7 250 Jr. 2VL Gainesville, Ga. bad last season R-R 6-2 200 Fr. HS Peachtree City, Ga. and could assume R-R 6-3 210 Jr. 2VL New Port Richey, Fla. important roles L-L 6-0 190 So. 1VL Laguna Niguel, Calif. in Army’s bullpen R-R 6-2 180 So. SQ Austin, Texas mix should they imL-R 6-3 200 Fr. HS Tulsa, Okla. prove their overall R-R 6-5 230 Jr. 2VL Fayetteville, N.C. consistency. L-L 6-0 215 Fr. HS Tacoma, Wash. “Manny is reR-R 6-5 225 Jr. 2VL Lake Zurich, Ill. ally starting to deR-R 6-1 185 Fr. HS Duluth, Ga. velop,” Sotttolano R-R 6-3 220 Jr. 1VL Coeur d’Alene, Idaho says. “He’s another R-R 6-0 195 Sr. SQ Orange Park, Fla. potential low-90s guy for us out of

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MATT FOUCH the bullpen. Davis has improved as well. He’s more of a ground-ball specialist. He’s a very good athlete on the mound and fields his position well.” Sophomore Logan Lee (0-0, 5.50 ERA, 12 K, 7 BB) also returns to the Black Knight bullpen after receiving regular relief work during his rookie campaign. The savvy southpaw mixes a mid-80s fastball with a bottom-dropping changeup that gives fits to right-handed batters and lefties, alike. “Logan had a nice season for us last year,” states Sottolano. “He has a good feel for what he wants to do out on the mound and controls the running game very well. I was very pleased with what he accomplished as a freshman.” Sophomore right-handers Will Haga (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 K, 2 BB) and Scott Lucado (0-0, 9.00 ERA) will vie for midweek mound work as will senior right-hander Chris Simpkins, junior right-hander Andy Seaman (0-0, 17.18 ERA) and sophomore left-hander Mickey Bozek, who expect to be used exclusively out of Army’s bullpen. Gifted right-handers Ken Jackson and Chris Rowley head an interesting group of newcomers to the Army pitching staff. Both are pencilled in for midweek work this spring, with Rowley possibly targeted for a future spot in the Black Knights’ weekend rotation. Freshmen righties John Buckley and Sean McIlroy, and plebe left-hander Mitchell Olson will also compete for midweek innings in their debut seasons in the Black, Gold and Gray. McIlroy will double as a power-hitting left-hander off the Black Knights’ bench. “Talent-wise this has the potential to be the deepest staff we’ve had,” Sottolano explains. “But consistency will dictate that. If this group remains consistent, it is a heck of a staff.”

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2009 IN REVIEW Army head coach Joe Sottolano walked slowly off the playing surface at AFCU Disch-Falk Field, with warm applause from the boisterous capacity crowd washing over he and his upstart group of Black Knights like the rays from a golden sun. Fourth-seeded Army had blown into Austin just five days earlier and taken the state capitol by storm, nearly knocked off the No. 1 national-seeded hosts from Texas in an opening-round game of the Austin Regional before advancing to a rematch in the championship round. Between those two free-foralls, Army handed one-way tickets out of town to second-seeded Texas State and No. 3 seed Boston College, upsetting both teams in a pair of surprising elimination games. Now, in the first of two potential regional “championship” games, the Black Knights had tossed a Texas-sized scare into the mighty Longhorns and their burnt orange-clad crazies, carried a 10-6 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning only to melt away in the Austin heat, three outs away for a winnertake-all Lone Star smackdown, a matchup that would have turned the college baseball world on its spurs. But even this ranch-sized dose of respect from the residents of college baseball’s penthouse proved little consolation to Army’s fiery field boss after his team had succumbed to the Longhorns’ mystical late-game magic. “We should have won that game,” Sottolano muttered as he worked his way through the stands towards the team bus. “We’re not that far away from winning a regional.” What may have seemed like a ludicrous statement just months earlier suddenly seemed right on point. No one could argue that notion. Not when considering the accomplishments of this unheralded group of Northerners on college baseball’s grandest stage; not when considering the firepower Sottolano’s sophomore-laden squad promised to unleash in the years ahead.

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KIRK PORTER Not that far away from winning a regional – 30 outs to be exact. That’s what separated Army from a Super Regional date with destiny last spring. Few would have thought that possible back in early April when Army found itself fighting for its postseason life just two weeks into the Patriot League season. After dropping three of four games in a hardfought conference-opening series at Bucknell, the Black Knights returned home and were swept by Holy Cross in a doubleheader at Doubleday Field. Dragging a 1-5 league record into the subsequent Sunday twinbill opposite the Crusaders and staring at the real prospects of getting knocked from the postseason picture even before reaching the halfway point in their Patriot League schedule, the Black Knights responded admirably. Ben Koenigsfeld allowed one run in the first inning, then fired six scoreless frames for a complete-game victory in the opener and Clint Moore tripled, doubled, scored two runs and drove in two runs in the nightcap as Army climbed back into the thick of the race for a Patriot League playoff spot winning two games when they needed them most. Army continued its recent domination of Navy one week later, as the Black Knights captured their sixth consecutive “star” in the series by winning three of four games opposite the Mids. Navy salvaged the final game of the matchup after Army had posted victories in each of the first three contests to run its overall conference winning streak to five games and winning streak over Navy to a record 10 contests. The series win jumped Army from fifth place to a tie for third place in the Patriot League standings and returned the Black Knights to within striking distance of another regular season conference crown. The victories over Navy also ran Army’s six-year record against their arch rivals to 21-4, and barring a Patriot League Tournament meeting that would not be forthcoming, ensured the Black Knights’ sturdy senior class a convincing 14-3 career mark against their Navy counterparts. “We struggled early in the year due to youth and injuries,” Sottolano recalls. “but we started to catch our stride once we got into conference play. As the season neared the end, we seemed to be peaking

and playing a pretty good brand of baseball.” The Black Knights played that same type of baseball throughout their final two weekends of Patriot League play, first sweeping a four-game series at Lehigh, then claiming a share of their fourth regular season conference crown in six years by winning three of four games at Lafayette. That late-season surge set the stage for a rematch with Holy Cross in a best-of-three Patriot League Tournament semifinal series at West Point. The Black Knights and Crusaders split the opening doubleheader, before Army advanced to its second straight Patriot League Championship Series with an 11-0 rout of Holy Cross in the third-and-deciding game the following day. Lafayette proved little trouble in the PLCS one week later as the Black Knights swept past the Leopards on their way to a third Patriot League title in six years. Despite riding an amazing wave that saw Army win 18 of 21 games entering regional play, the Black Knights drew the top national seed in Texas, returning to regional play for the first time in four years. Undaunted by the regal setting, Army nearly attained the unthinkable. Nearly lassoed the attention of an entire college baseball nation. Before they were through, the Black Knights had tied or established 67 individual and team, school and Patriot League records. Still, in the end, it is the number 30 that remains branded on Sottolano’s soul to this very day. “Certainly, there was a lot to be proud of as we look back at last season,” he recalls. “But we look at it as a stepping stone for our program. We need to keep raising the level of our play, keep moving forward. We have our sites set on the same goals – winning a championship and winning in the NCAA Tournament. We understand those things are attainable, and attainable at an even higher level. We weren’t that far away from winning that regional last year.” Thirty outs are all that separated the precocious Black Knights from scaling those lofty elevations last spring. Not that far away, indeed.

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MAJOR AWARDS

TOPPING 250

While Army fell three wins shy of the single season school record last season, the 2009 Black Knights can stake a valid claim as the most successful team in school history. By virtue of posting wins over second-seeded Texas State and No. 3 seed Boston College, Army reached the Austin Regional Final, marking a first in school history. The Black Knights finished 36-21 overall last season and established or tied 67 school and Patriot League records.

Army players received a host of accolades when the conference announced its three major individual awards along with its Scholar-Athlete of the Year last spring. Black Knight players walked off with three of those four honors. While Ben Koenigsfeld was named Patriot League Pitcher of the Year, Zach Price was chosen Patriot League Rookie of the Year. Tyler Anderegg, currently enrolled in medical school, was named Patriot League Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. It marked the second straight year (four times overall since award was instituted in 2002) that an Army player has garnered Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors (Clint Moore was recognized in 2008) and a league-leading seventh time an Army player copped the league’s pitcher of the year laurels. Anderegg’s citing marked the fifth time that an Army player has been named Patriot League Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the first since 2004 when Schuyler Williamson was so honored.

Army head coach Joe Sottolano accomplished a significant personal milestone when he registered the 250th coaching victory of his career last season. The 11th-year field boss notched his 250th career win against arch-rival Navy on April 12, 2009, in the back end of a doubleheader sweep of the Mids. Army accomplished the feat in style, posting a 6-0 shutout and securing the team’s sixth consecutive “star” against Navy. Ironically, Sottolano registered his 200th career victory against Navy as well, garnering that victory almost exactly two years to the day (April 21, 2007), in the third game of the teams’ four-game series. Sottolano ranks second on Army’s coaching wins chart, listing behind only Dan Roberts (281), under whom Sottolano served as an assistant for eight years before ascending to the head job in 2000. Sottolano stands 11 victories shy of becoming the Black Knights’ all-time winningest coach.

TEXAS TWO-STEP For the first time in school history, Army posted two victories during NCAA Regional play last spring. Seeded fourth at the Austin Regional, Army suffered a hard-fought 3-1 loss to No. 1 national seed Texas in an opening-round matchup before stunning both second-seeded Texas State and third-seeded Boston College en route to a rematch with Texas in the Austin Regional Final. The Black Knights carried a 10-6 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning of that contest and found themselves three outs away from a second “championship” clash with the Longhorns that would have sent the winner to Super Regionals. But a weary Army pitching staff tired late and Texas prevailed 14-10, ending the Black Knights’ Cinderella run.

ALL-REGIONAL For the first time in their four NCAA Tournament appearances, the Black Knights saw more than one of their squad members selected to the allregional team last spring. In fact, three members of the Black Knights were named to the All-Austin Regional squad: SS Clint Moore, DH Joey Henshaw and CF Andy Ernesto.

RECORD-SETTERS Army established or tied 67 individual and team, school and conference records en route to a third Patriot League championship in six years last spring.

UNMATCHED SUCCESS With 36 victories last season, the Black Knights continued in the midst of their most successful streak in school history. Army has reached at least 25 wins each of the past six years, the first time the Black Knights have accomplished that feat in school history. In fact, Army has reached the 30victory plateau four times in the last six years and has qualified for the Patriot League Tournament five times during that span. The Black Knights have won three conference championships and garnered at least a share of four regular season conference crowns in the last six years. Army has also reached the Patriot League Championship Series four times in the last six years and captured five Patriot League crowns overall.

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS Army claimed a share of its fourth regular season Patriot League championship in six years last spring, completing a meteoric rise through the conference standings. The Black Knights won just one of their first six Patriot tilts and stood mired in fifth place in the conference standings in early April. But Army rallied to capture 12 of its final 14 Patriot League tilts to zoom to the top of the league listings.

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CONSISTENCY IS KEY Prior to 2004, Army had not registered more than 26 wins in any season. With a combined record of 76-29 (.724) in 2004 and 2005, the Black Knights completed the most successful back-to-back campaigns in school history. After posting a school- and Patriot League-record 37 victories in 2004 (37-15), Army surpassed the total with 39 wins the following year (39-14). The Black Knights also registered the first NCAA Tournament win in school history, defeating South Alabama 8-5 in the 2005 Tallahassee Regional. The Black Knights finished 30-20-1 in 2006, 25-23-1 in 2007 and 25-25 in 2008. After finishing 36-21 last season, Army has now reached the 30win mark four times in the last six years. The Black Knights have registered at least 20 wins eight times in 10 years under the direction of head coach Joe Sottolano and 30 wins on four occasions.

RARIFIED AIR With 36 victories last spring, Army notched the third highest single-season win total in school history. The Black Knights closed the year three wins shy of the school record established in 2005. Army had also set a school standard with 37 victories the previous year.

FIELD GENERAL Army head coach Joe Sottolano is in his 11th season guiding the Black Knights’ baseball program. Sottolano was named Army’s interim head coach in March 2000, then had the interim label removed after leading the Black Knights to the Patriot League championship and accompanying NCAA berth that season. He had served as an assistant to Dan Roberts at Army for eight years prior to garnering the top job. Named Patriot League Coach of the Year in 2004 and 2005 after directing the Black Knights to consecutive league titles, Sottolano already stands second on Army’s career coaching victories list and sports a career record of 271-205-5, for a sparkling winning percentage of .569. Sottolano has presided over a stretch of unprecedented success at the Academy the past few years, leading the Black Knights to at least 25 wins each of the past six seasons. Army is 192-118-2 (.619) in that time.

BIG HONOR Army baseball coach Joe Sottolano added to his long list of honors last summer when he was named the ABCA/Diamond Sports Company NCAA Division I Regional Coach of the Year. Sottolano led the Black Knights to their most successful season in history, guiding Army to the finals of the Austin Regional. It marked the first time the Black Knights had reached a regional final.

MOUND DOMINANCE Standout pitching has been a driving force in the Black Knights’ recent record-setting string of success. Army has ranked among national leaders in earned run average in four of the past six years. The Black Knights ranked seventh nationally (3.28) in ERA in 2006, improving from the No. 8 spot (3.08) it held in the national rankings the previous year. Army also ranked 12th nationally (3.44) in ERA in 2004 and finished 27th in the category in 2007 (3.77). Army was the only Division I team to list in the top 12 nationally in ERA each year from 2004 through 2006 and one of two clubs to stand in the top eight nationally during the 2005 and 2006 campaigns. Additionally, Army was one of just seven Division I squads to rank among the top 27 teams nationally in earned run average every season from 2004 through 2007. The Black Knights topped the Patriot League in ERA again last season and ranked 73rd nationally (5.04). Since 2004, the Black Knights’ pitching staff has combined to fire 34 shutouts.

LUCKY SEVEN The Black Knights earned a conference-record seven First Team All-Patriot League picks last spring. Additionally, sophomore Ben Koenigsfeld became the first player in Patriot League history to collect first team all-conference honors at two different positions in the same season, copping first-team certificates as an outfielder and a starting pitcher. Joining Koenigsfeld on the All-Patriot League First Team were senior RP Tyler Anderegg, sophomore 1B Kevin McKague, freshman 2B Zach Price, sophomore SS Clint Moore and sophomore DH Joey Henshaw. Senior OF Kyle Fleming garnered a second-team citation, rating as the Black Knights’ only representative on the All-Patriot League Second Team. It marked the first All-Patriot League recognition for four of Army’s seven all-stars.

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Following a stellar debut season in which he ranked among conference leaders in several offensive categories, Zach Price was selected Patriot League Rookie of the Year last spring. A Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America selection as well, Price became the fourth Army player in six years to capture Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors, following in the footsteps of Milan Dinga in 2004, Cole White in 2005 and Clint Moore in 2008. He also became only the fourth freshman in Army history to earn first team All-Patriot League honors, joining Nick Hill, White and Moore, who were similarly cited in 2004, 2005 and 2008, respectively.

In addition to garnering five regular season Patriot League titles and five Patriot League tournament crowns, Army boasts the highest winning percentage of any conference school in Patriot League Tournament play. The Black Knights have prevailed in 15 of their 24 conference tournament tilts for a .625 winning percentage. Army is the only school to feature a winning percentage higher than .531 in Patriot tourney play. The Black Knights also sport the lowest total of losses (9) of any league team with at least 10 conference tourney appearances. Bucknell ranks second in winning percentage at .531. The Black Knights have won five conference crowns during their seven trips to the Patriot League Championship Series and are tied with Navy for most Patriot League championships earned. Army boasts a Patriot-best 71.4 percent success rate (5-for-7) when reaching the PLCS. .

One year after seeing two of its players drafted in the top 10 rounds of Major League Baseball’s FirstYear Player Draft, Army set a new school standard in 2008. For the first time in West Point history, three Black Knights were selected in the same draft as Drew Clothier, Chris Simmons and Cole White were all chosen during the second day of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft. While Clothier was chosen with the sixth pick of the 37th round (1108 overall) by the Florida Marlins, Simmons and White were grabbed by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 41st and 42nd rounds, respectively, of the two-day selection process. Simmons was selected with the second pick of the 41st round (1224 overall) and White was nabbed minutes later with the second pick of the 42nd round (1254 overall). Clothier was assigned to the Jamestown Jammers, while Simmons and White continued on as teammates with the State College Spikes.

Army continued its recent domination of arch-rival Navy last spring, winning three of four games versus the Midshipmen at Doubleday Field to capture its sixth straight series “star.” By winning the first three matchups between the clubs last season, Army extended its series winning streak to a record 10 games. The Black Knights have captured 21 of the last 25 contests against the Midshipmen over the past six years (and 20 of 23). Army swept four games from Navy in 2008, took three of four regular-season meetings with the Mids in 2007, then dismissed Navy from the Patriot League Tournament with a 5-3 victory in the PLT Elimination Game. Navy’s last series win dates back to 2003, when the Mids nabbed three of four verdicts from the Black Knights. Since that time, Army registered its first four-game sweep of Navy in 2005, its first four-game sweep in Annapolis (2008), and captured three of four regular season series pairings in 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2009, while ending the Mids’ season in the Patriot League tourney in 2007.

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DOUBLEDAY DOMINANCE Army has experienced a great deal of success at Doubleday Field the past five years, posting an impressive 96-37-2 record on its home field during that time. That translates into a gaudy winning percentage of .719. The Black Knights went 21-2 on their home field in 2004, establishing single season school records for victories (21) and winning percentage (.913) at Doubleday Field. Army captured 19 of 23 West Point tilts in 2005 for a winning percentage of .826. After finishing 12-10-1 (.543) at home in 2006, the Black Knights went 12-6-1 (.658) before the Doubleday faithful in 2007, 13-9 (.591) in 2008 and finished 19-6 (.760) on their home field last spring.

ON TOP In addition to garnering five regular season Patriot League titles and five Patriot League tournament crowns, Army boasts the highest victory total (210) and the highest winning percentage (.616, 210-131) in conference play among league members, despite joining the circuit two years after the Patriot League adopted baseball as a league sport in 1991. Army is the only school to feature a winning percentage higher than .600 in Patriot play. The Black Knights also sport the lowest total of losses (131). Bucknell stands second in victories with 202, eight behind Army’s pace-setting total of 210. Navy ranks second in winning percentage at .582.

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Nick Hill, who graduated from West Point in 2008 as one of the most decorated players in Army history, appears poised to add to his legacy. Hill, who helped pitch Army to consecutive Patriot League championships in 2004 and 2005, was selected in the seventh round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft by the Seattle Mariners. Since that time, Hill has steadily risen through the Mariners’ minor league ranks. After spending most of last season at the Double-A level, Hill was promoted to pitch for the Triple-A Tacoma Raniers in the Pacific Coast League playoffs last fall. Hill was also chosen to represent the Mariners in the Arizona Fall League and earned an invitation to Major League camp this spring. Hill fulfilled his obligation to the U.S. Army and was released from active duty last year. He could become become the first West Point graduate to reach the Major Leagues this season.

ALL-AMERICAS ALL THE TIME With four Army players garnering All-America laurels last spring, 11 different Black Knights have piled up 27 All-America citations the past six years. The list includes those selected to preseason, postseason, freshman and academic All-America squads. While Joey Henshaw and Clint Moore were selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association NCAA Division I All-America Team last spring, Tyler Anderegg was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Team and Zach Price was chosen to the Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America Team. Army players have gained at least one All-America honor during each of the last six years.

PATRIOT LEAGUE PROMINENCE With a conference-best five Patriot League championships to its credit, Army has also dominated the circuit’s weekly awards since joining the conference in 1993. The Black Knights have piled up 107 weekly awards in that time -- more than any other Patriot League team. Army has garnered 33 conference player of the week honors (second among Patriot schools), 44 pitcher of the week citations (most among Patriot members) and 30 rookie of the week honorees (most among conference schools). The Black Knights sport similar dominance in the All-Patriot League team voting categories over the years. Despite joining the Patriot League two years after its inception in 1993, Army still leads all conference members in first- and second-team all-league selections with 102 (including a league-high eight last year). Black Knight players have amassed 52 first-team citings (second only to Bucknell’s 55) and 50 second-team certificates (first by a wide margin). Additionally, Army tops the conference in player (4), pitcher (7) and rookie (4) of the year citations. Black Knight players have captured four of the last six Patriot League pitcher of the year awards and four of the last six rookie of the year certificates.

DRAFT AND FOLLOW

WPDH HUDSON VALLEY BASEBALL CLASSIC

JOEY HENSHAW

The fifth annual WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic will be held at Duchess Stadium in Fishkill, N.Y. on April 28. Thanks to a cooperative effort between the Hudson Valley Renegades, Army and Marist College, the event has drawn a total of more than 11,000 fans through its first four editions. The HVBC garnered a record crowd of 2,619 for its debut in 2006. That stood as the largest crowd to ever witness a college baseball game in the Hudson Valley before an enthusiastic throng of 3,016 filled the Renegades home park for the second WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic in 2007. The highly popular event has drawn no fewer than 2,375 fans since its inception.

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#24 KYLE BRUEGGEMANN RHP • R-R • 6-3 • 206 • SO. • 1VL OLATHE, KAN. OLATHE EAST H.S. ... boasts great deal of natural ability ... displayed flashes a of brilliance during freshman season ... valuable weapon on Black Knight pitching staff ... should be major contributor for years to come ... presence improves overall depth of Black Knights’ pitching staff ... letterman.

MISCELLANEOUS: Hard throwing right hander who returns for second season in Black, Gold and Gray following injury-shortened freshman campaign ... impressed during fall as he battled back from head injury that ended rookie showing prematurely ... immediately impressed coaching staff upon his arrival at West Point ... held regular turn in Army starting rotation at outset of first season before head injury curtailed showing ... high-end talent with ability to start or relieve ... should challenge for weekend starting role ... expected to shoulder important role out of bullpen during Patriot League weekends if unable to crack starting rotation ... pitches consistently in upper-80s to low-90s ... features hard riding fastball, big, sweeping curveball and developing slider ... boasts impressive physical frame ... casts imposing figure on mound ... fierce competitor with “bulldog” mentality when toeing pitching rubber

2009: Appeared in seven games overall ... drew five starting assignments before suffering seasonending injury in early April ... registered 1-3 record ... allowed 39 base hits across 24.2 innings of work ... added 15 strikeouts and 12 walks ... posted 8.03 earned run average ... notched starts opposite Ohio, George Mason, Central Florida, Bucknell and Holy Cross ... worked in relief against USC-Upstate and Quinnipiac ... went 0-2 with 14.09 ERA in two Patriot League starts ... turned in best performance of season during road win over Central Florida ... allowed just one run and six singles over seven strong innings to notch first collegiate victory versus Knights ... . held Conference USA members in check throughout in just his third collegiate start ... permitted only single run in third inning ... allowed just three Central Florida base runners to advance into scoring position during season-long stint ... struck out two and walked one ... named Patriot League Rookie of the Week for his efforts ... yielded four

runs on six hits across four innings of collegiate debut against Ohio ... allowed only one unearned run over 2.2 solid relief innings during road defeat of USC-Upstate ... touched for six runs (5 earned) on seven hits across 4.1 innings of first Patriot League showing at Bucknell ... tagged with loss in that outing ... also suffered loss after surrendering six hits and seven runs in 3.1 innings at home against Holy Cross ... recorded season-high five strikeouts in that effort. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach John Macdonald at Olathe East High ... two time letterwinner ... split time between pitcher and catcher positions ... earned all-league honors at both positions ... allstate choice on pitcher’s mound ... all-metro selection behind plate ... helped squad to league championship during junior campaign. PERSONAL: Given name is Kyle Kenneth Brueggemann ... born April 16, 1990, in Winfield, Ill. ... parents’ names are Shirley and Jeff Brueggemann ... father, Jeff, selected by Minnesota Twins in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft in 1977 ... spent six years in Twins organization as a pitcher ... currently involved in Major League Baseball’s envoy program ... spent much of past eight years teaching sport of baseball in China ... good will ambassador for major leagues ... majoring in Psychology.

BRUEGGEMANN’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year ERA 2009 8.03 Totals 8.03

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W-L 1-3 1-3

APP 7 7

GS 5 5

CG 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/0 0 24.2 0/0 0 24.2

H 39 39

R 24 24

ER 22 22

BB 12 12

SO 15 15

AB 108 108

O/BA .361 .361

WP 6 6

HBP 5 5

BK 0 0

PO 0 0

A 3 3

E FLD% 1 .750 1 .750

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#33 STEVE CUMMINGS LHP • L-L • 6-3 • 195 • SR. • 3VL WEST CHESTER, PA. WEST CHESTER EAST H.S. MILESTONES: Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll each of last two seasons ... carries 4.33 career earned run average into final campaign.

MISCELLANEOUS: Steady veteran who has carved important role on Army staff through years ... reliable swing man capable of handling variety of roles ... primarily utilized as midweek starter and long reliever during Patriot League weekends over first three seasons in Black, Gold and Gray ... fiery competitor with tremendous work ethic ... lends valuable left-handed option to Army pitching staff ... equally successful as both starer or reliever ... capable of matching up as situational left-hander as well ... emerged as dangerous weapon last spring ... throws three pitches for strikes ... adept at setting up batters ... repertoire includes hard-sinking fastball, sharp breaking ball and deceptive changeup ... locates all three pitches well ... provides head coach Joe Sottolano with tremendous flexibility ... treasured commodity during conference weekends ... adds great depth and versatility to Black Knights’ pitching staff ... capable of retiring left-hand and right-handed batters alike ... three year letterman.

2009: Enjoyed breakout junior campaign ... posted 2-1 record with 3.73 earned run average ... permitted 50 base hits in 41.0 innings ... struck out 26 and walked 17 ... drew seven starting assignments ... made 11 appearances overall ... ranked among team leaders in several statistical categories ... topped club in ERA ... listed fourth in starts, fifth in both innings pitched and strikeouts ... struck out 16 batters looking to share team lead in that category ... Black Knights went 5-2 in games he started ... allowed four runs or less in all seven starts ... permitted one run or less in four of seven starting assignments ... fired five shutout innings in finest career performance against Binghamton ... yielded only three base hits (all singles) en route to gaining no-decision ... struck out three and walked two ... touched for just one run on seven hits during four-inning starting stint versus Columbia ... notched first victory of season in that performance ... struck out one and did not walk batter ... picked up other win in strong four-inning showing opposite New York Tech ... allowed five hits and one runs against Bears ... fanned three and walked one ... suffered hard-luck loss during 3-1 setback to Marist ... permitted seven hits and three runs over 6.2 innings versus Red

Foxes ... struck out five and walked one ... gained measure of revenge later in year, helping to pitch Army to 10-3 defeat of Marist in WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic ... allowed three runs (2 earned) and five hits across 4.1 innings of that contest ... departed with Black Knights enjoying 6-3 advantage ... earned no-decision in that outing ... authored strong performance versus No. 1 national seed Texas in Austin Regional Final matchup ... allowed seven hits and four runs over 4.1 innings against powerful Longhorns ... left game with Army clinging to 6-4 lead ... fell two outs shy of earning victory in early season non-league thrashing of Quinnipiac ... yielded one run on four hits across 4.1 innings of that showing ... struck out four and walked one before departing with 6-1 lead ... Black Knights would cruise to 16-3 victory ... allowed two runs on four hits against Ivy League champion Dartmouth in final NCAA Regional tuneup ... solid four inning relief stint keyed Army’s comeback win against talented Big Green ... allowed two hits and one run over 2.1 innings against Lafayette in only Patriot League outing of season ... logged mound duty out of bullpen against Davidson and Manhattan as well. 2008: Went 0-1 with 7.02 earned run average during sophomore campaign ... appeared in 10 contests to list tied for eighth among team leaders ... drew three starts ... allowed 24 base hits across 16.2 innings of work ... struck out 10 and walked eight ... started season quickly ... permitted only one earned run over first six appearances ... featured gaudy 1.42 earned run average after firing

CUMMINGS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

ERA 3.00 7.02 3.73 4.33

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

APP 7 10 11 28

GS 3 3 7 13

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CG 0 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/0 0 15.0 0/0 0 16.2 0/0 0 41.0 0/0 0 72.2

H 14 24 50 88

R 5 15 18 38

ER 5 13 17 35

BB 6 8 17 31

SO 7 10 26 43

AB 53 67 159 279

O/BA .264 .358 .314 .315

WP 1 1 0 2

HBP 2 3 1 6

BK 0 0 0 0

PO 1 1 0 2

A 5 2 9 16

E 0 0 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

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2.1 shutout innings during Patriot League showing at Holy Cross in early April ... solid effort versus Crusaders marked lone conference action of season ... struggled during final four outings ... drew starting assignments in three of those showings after working exclusively out of bullpen to open year ... yielded just two earned runs in seven relief outings ... boasted impressive 2.35 earned run average out of Army bullpen ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2007: Fashioned 1-0 record with solid 3.00 earned run average during freshman season ... workload grew as season progressed ... displayed ability to produce outs as both starter and reliever ... drew seven appearances overall ... notched three starts and four relief showings ... permitted 14 base hits in 15.0 innings of work ... struck out seven and walked six ... yielded only two extra-base hits ... limited opponents to .264 batting average ... fired five solid innings to pick up victory over Iona in collegiate starting debut ... allowed four hits and two runs in season-long outing ... struck out three and walked one ... retired nine of first 10 batters he faced in holding Gaels hitless into fourth inning ... tossed two scoreless innings against NJIT en route to nodecision in second start two weeks later ... earned another no-decision in final start of year during Black Knights’ late-season defeat of New York Tech ... recorded two scoreless innings of work against Marist on two occasions ... permitted just one base hit in both outings versus Red Foxes ... provided

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Black Knights with lift out of bullpen during impressive performance against Marist in WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic ... did not allow a run in four of seven appearances overall ... developed into reliable performer out of Black Knights’ bullpen by year’s end. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Dean Owens at West Chester East High ... earned three varsity letters in baseball, two in golf ... split time between pitcher’s mound and first base on diamond ... club captured district championship during sophomore season before reaching state semifinals one year later. PERSONAL: Given name is Steven Alex Cummings ... born June 17, 1988, in West Chester, Pa. ... parents’ names are Jane and Kevin Cummings ... brothers Jeff and Greg both graduated from U.S. Naval Academy ... both currently serve in U.S. Marines ... Jeff has served two tours in Middle East ... also deployed to Haiti with 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit to aid earthquake relief efforts in January ... Greg is attached to military police unit currently stationed in Okinawa, Japan ... slated to deploy to Afghanistan this summer ... Steve enjoys fishing and playing golf in free time ... majoring in Engineering Management.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#8 DAVID DARNELL OF • R-R • 5-9 • 170 • JR. • 1VL PHOENIX, ARIZ. MOUNTAIN POINTE H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Emerging talent within Army’s outfield corps ... versatile athlete capable of handling all three outfield positions ... solid defender ... possesses ability to chase down balls in gaps ... skilled offensive performer with plus speed ... handles bat well ... boasts surprising power ... excellent situational hitter ... finds ways to get on base ... features tireless work ethic ... plays game with great deal of passion ... expected to challenge for starting role in center field this season ... could see additional action in left field on days that starter Ben Koenigsfeld pitches ... could see time in right field as well ... one of club’s top pinch-runners past two seasons ... provides head coach Joe Sottolano with dangerous base-stealing option off bench ... hails from talent-rich state of Arizona ... lends great depth and flexibility to Army bench ... expected to fill significant role once again this spring ... letterman.

2009: Vital contributor on Army’s Patriot League championship-winning club ... appeared in 35 contests ... drew 21 starts ... equally split starting assignments amongst three outfield positions ... batted .250 with three doubles, one home run, 19 runs scored and 11 runs batted in ... collected 22 total bases ... posted . 344 slugging percentage and .380 on-base mark ... drew eight bases on balls and was hit by pitch on six occasions ... perfect 5-for-5 in stolen base attempts ... committed just one fielding error in 37 chances for .973 fielding percentage ... batted safely in 14 of 26 games in which he received an official plate appearance ... scored runner from third with less than two outs on 7 of 11 opportunities for .636 success rate ... saw action in 14 Patriot League contests ... lined up in starting cast 10 times in conference play ... registered six hits in 32 Patriot League at-bats (.188) ... put forth career-best showing in home defeat of NJIT ... went 3-for-6 with three runs scored and two runs batted in versus Highlanders ... ripped double and first career home run in that outing ... ranked as lone multihit showing of season ... notched other doubles in home wins over Navy and Iona ... collected two RBI opposite Gaels for other multi-RBI effort ... reached base three times in five at-bats during NCAA Region-

al debut against Texas State ... went 1-for-2 with one run scored to aid postseason victory ... drew walk and was hit by pitch in that outing as well ... batted .400 (6-15) over final seven contests. 2008: Saw action in 13 contests ... received one start ... batted .182 in limited playing time ... collected two base hits in 11 official plate appearances ... registered three runs scored and one run batted in ... employed as late-game pinch-runner and lategame defensive replacement ... added one walk and one stolen base ... went 1-for-1 with one run scored and one run batted in during early season showing at Liberty ... garnered lone base hit versus Liberty following day in only start of season ... nabbed stolen base in that contest as well ... garnered Patriot League appearances against Bucknell and Holy Cross ... gained one at-bat in conference action ... also received playing time against Maryland-Baltimore County, Massachusetts, Iona, Manhattan, NJIT and New York Tech. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Brandon Buck at Mountain Pointe High ... earned three varsity letters ... served as team captain during senior campaign. PERSONAL: Given name is David Paul Darnell ... born Oct. 19, 1988, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... parents’ names are Boksun and Paul Darnell ... parents own and operate private woodworking business ... David enjoys playing tennis and racquetball in spare time ... avid snowboarder as well ... majoring in Engineering Management.

DARNELL’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

Avg. .182 .250 .260

GP-GS 13-1 35-21 48-22

AB R 11 3 64 19 75 22

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

H 2B 3B 2 0 0 16 3 0 18 3 0

HR 0 1 1

RBI 1 11 12

TB SLG% 2 .182 22 .344 24 .320

BB 1 8 9

HP 0 6 6

SO 4 15 19

GDP 1 3 4

OB% .250 .380 .363

SF 0 1 1

SH 0 3 3

SB-A 1-3 5-5 6-8

PO 2 35 37

A 0 1 1

E FLD% 1 .667 1 .973 2 .950

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PLAYER PROFILES

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#26 RYAN DAVIS RHP • R-R • 6-3 • 161 • SO. • 1VL CHANDLER, ARIZ. CHANDLER H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Interesting talent within Army progam ... rangy right-hander with lively arm ... blessed with great deal of movement on mid-80s fastball ... features tremendous sink and run on fastball ... boasts solid slider and effective changeup ... possesses ability to command strike zone ... pitches to both sides of plate ... capable of inducing ground balls regularly ... excellent athlete who fields position well ... expected to contribute to Army bullpen fortunes ... slotted for long relief or setup role ... highly effective at times during rookie campaign ... displayed flashes of vast potential ... increased production would be boon to Black Knight mound fortunes ... letterman.

2009: Appeared in 11 games ... worked out of bullpen on all but one occasion ... posted 2-1 record with 7.45 earned run average ... allowed 26 base hits in 19.1 innings of work ... struck out 13 and walked seven ... saw action in just one Patriot League affair ... closed season on positive note ... fired two scoreless innings of relief to aid home defeat of New York Tech ... allowed one hit while striking out two and walking one opposite Bears ... permitted one run on four hits over four innings during first collegiate start versus Iona previous time out ... struck out three and walked two ... lowered seasonal earned run average by more than two runs per game on strength of those final two outings ... allowed just one run across final three appearances, spanning 6.1 innings ... tossed one scoreless inning out of Black Knights’ bullpen against nationally ranked Illinois ... credited with victory in that effort ... registered two outs and did not allow a base runner in road showing against George Mason ... also notched relief stints versus Ohio State, USC-Upstate, Sacred Heart, Quinnipiac, Bucknell and Columbia. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Jon Watson at Chandler High ... dual-position standout ... excelled in center field as well as on pitcher’s mound ... three-time letterwinner ... served as team captain as a senior ... all-region selection ... voted most valuable player of Arizona Academic All-Star Game ... helped squad to region championship and thirdplace finish in state as a junior. PERSONAL: Given name is Ryan Clark Davis ... born March 27, 1990, in Chandler, Ariz. ... parents’ names are Jeanne and Damon Davis ... paternal grandfather, CT Davis, retired from U.S. Air Force with rank of lieutenant colonel ... Ryan enjoys watching sports and visiting family and friends in free time ... majoring in Operations Research.

DAVIS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year ERA 2009 7.45 Totals 7.45

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W-L 2-1 2-1

APP 11 11

GS 1 1

CG 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/0 0 19.1 0/0 0 19.1

H 26 26

R 20 20

ER 16 16

BB 7 7

SO 13 13

AB 83 83

O/BA .313 .313

WP 1 1

HBP 4 4

BK 0 0

PO 0 0

A 0 0

E FLD% 0 .000 0 .000

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#44 MANNY FERNANDEZ RHP • R-R • 6-0 • 209 • SO. • 1VL HOMESTEAD, FLA. FLORIDA CHRISTIAN H.S. would greatly extend Black Knights’ bullpen ... could serve as valued bridge to closer Kevin McKague ... letterman.

MISCELLANEOUS: Hard-throwing right-hander ... highly regarded hurler with tremendous amount of natural ability ... hails from baseball hotbed of south Florida ... blessed with high-end stuff ... features blazing fastball, snapping slider and effective changeup ... has touched 93 miles-per-hour on radar gun ... fastball owns sizzling late life ... works to both sides of plate ... not afraid to pitch inside ... fierce competitor on mound ... possesses outstanding athleticism ... harbors strong will to succeed ... must improve command to increase efficiency ... could develop into Army’s closer of future with added seasoning ... improved consistency would add greatly to Black Knights’ bullpen fortunes ... important piece in Army’s relief picture ... strong showing

2009: Saw action in 11 contests, all in relief ... began season as Black Knights’ closer ... settled into setup role majority of campaign ... posted 0-1 record with 8.56 earned run average ... allowed 17 base hits in 13.2 innings of work ... struck out 12 and walked eight ... received mound work in pair of Patriot League contests ... unscored upon in 6 of 11 outings ... helped Army register come-from-behind victory versus nationally ranked Illinois by firing two shutout innings opposite Illini ... posted other scoreless performances out of bullpen against George Mason, Illinois, Long Island, Columbia, Marist and Lehigh ...... also logged mound time against Ohio, Miami (Ohio), Bucknell, Manhattan and NJIT. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Ernie Padron at Florida Christian School ... standout relief pitcher ... used exclusively as squad’s dominant closer ... two year letterman. PERSONAL: Given name is Joaquin Manuel Fernandez ... born Oct. 21, 1990, in Homestead, Fla. ... parents’ names are Tracey and Joaquin Fernandez ... enjoys playing video games in spare time ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

FERNANDEZ’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year ERA 2009 8.56 Totals 8.56

W-L 0-1 0-1

APP 11 11

GS 0 0

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

CG 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/1 0 13.2 0/1 0 13.2

H 17 17

R 13 13

ER 13 13

BB 8 8

SO 12 12

AB 54 54

O/BA .315 .315

WP 4 4

HBP 3 3

BK 0 0

PO 0 0

A 3 3

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#18 MATT FOUCH LHP • L-L • 6-1 • 180 • SR. • 3VL STAFFORD, VA. COLONIAL FORGE H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: One of most respected starting pitchers in Patriot League ... earned first team AllPatriot League honors as a sophomore ... served as Army’s top starting pitcher each of past two seasons ... anchors Black Knights’ pitching staff from atop weekend rotation ... returns to familiar role as staff leader for final showing ... talented southpaw who emerged as one of conference’s elite hurlers two years ago ... retained mantle despite posting deceptive statistics last spring ... highly effective in majority of mound appearances ... improved dramatically as season progressed ... features darting fastball that sits in upper-80s on radar gun ... boasts plus breaking ball that freezes left-handed batters and effective changeup ... one of league’s most dominant starting pitchers ... capable of shutting down opponent’s running game as well ... fierce competitor on mound ... blessed with resilient left arm ... capable of providing spot relief out of bullpen ... three year letterman.

MILESTONES: First team All-Patriot League selection as a sophomore ... Patriot League’s projected pitcher of the year by Collegiate Baseball magazine each of past two seasons ... tied single season Academy record for innings pitched (90.0) last spring ... stands tied for eighth on Army’s single season pitching victories list (7 in 2009) ... earned two Patriot League Pitcher of the week citations during junior season ... carries 14-9 career record into senior season ... poised to break into Army top 10 career leader lists in innings pitched, wins and strikeouts this spring ... could join Black Knights’ career winning percentage leaders with stellar final output ... listed as “The One Pitcher You Don’t Want to Face” by Patriot League coaches in preseason poll conducted by collegebaseballinsider.com ... also named one of league’s “Top Three Starting Pitchers.” 2009: Filled role as Black Knights’ top starting pitcher during Patriot League weekends for second consecutive season ... registered 7-5 record with 4.70 earned run average ... allowed 93 base hits in 90.0 innings of work ... struck out 65 and walked 44 ... appeared in 16 contests ... drew 15 starting assignments ... topped squad in innings pitched, games started, complete games (2) and strikeouts ... tied single game school record for innings pitched ... held opponents to .270 batting average ... limited left-handed batters to .222 batting average ... ranked 117th nationally in victories ... went 2-2 with 5.00 ERA in five Patriot League starts ... allowed 30 base hits in 27.0 conference innings ... struck out 23 and walked 10 in league action ... topped all Patriot League pitchers in innings pitched, strikeouts and games started ... tied for second in victories, third in opponent batting average ... tied for fourth in complete games ... permitted three earned runs or less in 11 of 15 starts ... got stronger as season progressed ... played key role in Army’s run to third Patriot League championship in six years ... put forth pair of solid starting performances against Holy Cross in Patriot League Tournament semifinals and opposite Lafayette in Patriot League Championship Series ... staked Black Knights to vital 1-0 series lead by shutting down opponents in first game of both series ... permitted just two base runners to reach scoring position and only one to advance to third base across eight dominant innings versus Holy Cross in semifinal round ... fired seven shutout frames before surrendering lone run with two outs in eighth inning ... marked only time Crusaders advanced a runner past second base all game ... struck out three and walked three ... equally effective fol-

lowing week despite working in and out of trouble against Lafayette in opening game of Patriot League Championship Series ... allowed six hits, while striking out eight and walking five in that performance ... went 2-0 with 0.56 earned run average in two Patriot League Tournament starts, spanning 16.0 innings of work ... allowed 11 base hits, while fanning 11 and walking eight during Patriot League tourney starts ... registered impressive outing against number one national seed Texas in opening-round game of Austin Regional two weeks later ... yielded seven hits (6 singles) and three runs over seven solid innings ... struck out one and walked four in hostile environment .... suffered hard-luck 3-1 loss to Longhorns ... touched for single runs in third, fourth and sixth innings ... returned on one day rest to work out of bullpen against Texas in Austin Regional Finals ... saddled with loss after Longhorns erupted for eight runs in bottom of ninth to escape with win ... registered other victories against USC-Upstate, Lehigh, Lafayette and NJIT ... garnered second Patriot League Pitcher of Week certificate following regularseason defeat of Lafayette ... allowed two runs on seven hits en route to key complete game, seveninning victory over Leopards ... struck out six and walked one ... began season on positive note by firing six strong innings against Ohio ... earned victory by allowing three hits and two unearned runs versus Bobcats ... struck out five and did not walk a batter ... garnered first career Patriot League Pitcher of Week citation on strength of that performance ... earned no-decision following solid early season start against Miami (Ohio) during Black Knights’

FOUCH’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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ERA W-L 8.12 1–2 4.53 6-2 4.70 7-5 5.33 14–9

APP 16 18 16 50

GS 5 6 15 26

CG 0 0 2 2

SHO/CBO SV IP H 0/0 0 37.2 55 0/2 0 59.2 57 0/0 0 90.0 93 0/2 0 187.1 205

R 42 30 56 128

ER 34 30 47 111

BB SO 15 21 21 44 44 65 80 109

AB 157 230 344 731

O/BA .350 .248 .270 .280

WP 2 3 4 9

HBP 2 4 3 9

BK 2 0 0 2

PO 0 2 4 6

A 8 6 15 29

E FLD% 2 .800 0 1.000 3 .864 5 .875

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

Manhattan, Marist and Longwood ... put forth very strong effort in no-decision showing opposite Manhattan ... yielded one earned run and six hits across five innings versus Jaspers ... suffered losses to Bucknell and Longwood. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Shawn Szakelyhidi at Colonial Forge High ... all-region selection ... district player of the year as a senior ... led team to district championship in 2005 ... helped squad to regional title previous season ... collected first team all-region and second team all-metro plaudits ... posted perfect 10-0 record and 96 strikeouts during impressive senior showing ... both marks stand as single season school records ... saw action in left field as well ... served as team captain as a senior ... earned three varsity letters in all ... filled role as Junior ROTC battalion commander. PERSONAL: Given name is Matthew Cameron Fouch ... born Nov. 22, 1987, in Jacksonville, Ark. ... parents’ names are Teresa and William Fouch ... father, William, spent stint in U.S. Air Force ... currently serves as police officer ... mother, Teresa, is an orthodontist ... loves outdoors ... enjoys hunting and fishing in free time ... majoring in American Law and Legal Studies.

spring trip to Florida ... allowed six hits and two runs in that showing ... fanned eight and walked only two during impressive eight-inning stint. 2008: First team All-Patriot League selection as starting pitcher ... blossomed into one of Patriot League’s premier hurlers ... emerged as weekend starter early in sophomore season and never relinquished role ... one of conference’s most consistent hurlers ... posted 6-2 overall record with 4.53 earned run average ... allowed 57 base hits over 59.2 innings of work ... struck out 44 and walked 21 ... limited opponents to .248 batting average ... held left-handed batters to .192 plate average ... appeared in 18 contests ... drew six starts ... led all Army hurlers in victories ... listed second among team leaders in appearances, third in both innings pitched and strikeouts ... excelled against conference foes ... authored impressive 3-0 record with stingy 1.27 earned run average in seven Patriot League appearances ... struck out 27 and walked only four across 28.1 innings of league work ... yielded only 19 hits (just three for extra bases) during that span ... limited conference foes to lowly .194 batting average ... that figure ranked first among Patriot League pitchers ... allowed just three base hits to left-handed batters in conference play ... held Patriot League left-handers to lowly .115 batting average (3-26) ... allowed two runs or less in four of six starts overall ... yielded one run or less in three of those starting assignments ... received just one start in first 12 outings ... lowered ERA by nearly four full runs over final six performances ... increased dominance as year progressed ... registered perfect 4-0 record with 2.05 ERA over final

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

five starts of season ... permitted just 24 base hits in 30.2 innings during stretch ... piled up 27 strikeouts and only four walks during span ... began stretch by limiting Holy Cross to just two base hits and one run over seven innings to garner important conference win ... struck out seven and walked one in that outing ... tossed six shutout innings against Lehigh ... allowed Mountain Hawks just three hits (all singles) ... combined with teammate Kirk Porter on shutout ... played role in early season blanking of Maryland-Baltimore County as well ... allowed one run over seven solid innings of home defeat of Lafayette ... fanned eight and did not walk a batter in that solid outing ... pitched Army past Bucknell in Patriot League Tournament semifinals with Black Knights facing postseason elimination ... allowed three runs over 6.2 innings to force third and deciding game of series. 2007: Drew mound work in 16 contests ... earned five starts off “bump” ... displayed flashes of brilliance despite inconsistent showing ... posted 1-2 record with 8.12 earned run average ... allowed 55 base hits in 37.2 innings ... struck out 21 and walked 15 ... ranked fifth on club in innings pitched ... appeared in four Patriot League contests ... went 1-1 with strong 3.72 ERA in conference action ... limited Patriot League opponents to .222 batting average ... fanned five and walked three ... tossed five solid innings against Lehigh in first Patriot League start ... permitted five hits and three earned runs en route to recording first collegiate victory ... named Patriot League Rookie of the Week based on that effort ... fired two shutout frames in relief against NJIT four days earlier ... drew other starts against Quinnipiac,

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#31 JOEY HENSHAW LHP-DH-1B • L-L • 6-7 • 250 • JR. • 2VL GAINESVILLE, GA. NORTH HALL H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Another exceptionally gifted member of Army’s powerful junior class ... high-end talent with ability to greatly impact game from batter’s box or pitching mound ... dual-position standout whose rookie season was cut short by injury ... returned to full action with vengeance last season ... slated to fill designated hitter’s slot when not pitching this spring ... could see additional playing time at first base ... possesses tremendous offensive skill set ... boasts eye-opening power from left side of plate ... regularly launches balls to outfield

gaps ... harbors legitimate home run power ... dangerous force in middle of Army batting order ... capable of driving home runs in bunches ... emerged as one of most feared offensive performers in Patriot League last spring ... regarded as one of the top power threats in East ... prototypical cleanup hitter ... imposing figure in middle of Army batting order ... owns “light-tower” power and ability to wreck game with one swing of bat ... major star in Black Knights’ program, both on mound and at plate ... hard throwing southpaw off “bump” ... excellent athlete ... relatively new to pitching mound ... began pitching during senior year in high school ... sports major power arm ... pitches consistently in low-90s on radar gun ... impressive physical frame could allow for those numbers to climb in years ahead ... features hardriding fastball and sharp-breaking curveball ... continues to work on developing changeup ... expected to shoulder regular turn in Black Knights’ Patriot League pitching rotation ... returned to that role late last spring ... two-year letterman. MILESTONES: Collected host of national honors in first full season with Black, Gold and Gray last spring ... named to American Baseball Coaches Association Northeast Region First Team ... American Baseball Coaches Association NCAA Division I AllAmerica Second Team ... All-Austin Regional Team ... All-ECAC Second Team ... one of six Army players to earn record-setting total of seven first team All-Patriot League honors last season ... chosen at designated hitter position ... became only the 35th player to hit a home run that cleared the “Monster” wall in center field at UFCU Disch-Falk Field that stands 400 feet from home plate and over 20 feet in air ... blast against Texas in Austin Regional Final marked only 40th ball to ever clear “Monster” and only one to do so in 2009 ... smash also established new single season Academy home run record (13) ... set new Army single-season records for runs batted in (75) and total bases (135) as well last spring ... narrowly missed equaling single season school record for base hits ... finished with 80 safeties ... that figure stands in second place on Army chart, one shy off current standard ... also ranks sixth in runs scored (47 in 2009) ... career batting average of .359 stands tied for seventh on Army’s all-time

chart ... listed as one of Patriot League’s “Three Biggest Power Threats” by Patriot League coaches in preseason poll conducted by collegebaseballinsider.com ... listed as “top player to watch” in Patriot League by Collegiate Baseball magazine this winter. 2009: Named to American Baseball Coaches Association Northeast Region First Team ... American Baseball Coaches Association NCAA Division I AllAmerica Second Team ... All-Austin Regional Team ... All-ECAC Second Team ... first team All-Patriot League choice at designated hitter ... enjoyed breakout season in first full campaign ... emerged as one of top run-producers in East ... mound work limited due to early season health-related issue ... returned to hill during season’s latter stages ... posted gaudy offensive numbers ... batted .383 with 12 doubles, two triples, 13 home runs, 47 runs scored and 75 runs scored ... piled up single season school-record total of 135 total bases ... also established new single season Academy standards for home runs and runs batted in ... fell one base hit shy of single season school record in that category as well ... registered .646 slugging percentage and .438 on-base mark ... topped team in base hits, home runs, RBI and total bases ... listed second in slugging percentage,

HENSHAW’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

Avg. .260 .383 .359

GP-GS AB R 16-14 50 10 54-53 209 47 70-67 259 57

H 2B 3B 13 1 0 80 12 2 93 13 2

HR 1 13 14

RBI 7 75 82

TB SLG% 17 .340 135 .646 152 .587

BB 9 14 23

HP 0 8 8

SO 7 25 32

GDP 2 3 5

OB% .373 .438 .425

SF 0 2 2

SH 0 0 0

SB-A 1-1 5-6 6-7

WP 1 2 3

HBP 2 2 4

BK 0 0 0

PO A 1 8 86 8 87 16

E FLD% 0 1.000 2 .979 2 .981

HENSHAW’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

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ERA 5.67 4.79 5.29

W-L 1-4 1-1 2-5

APP 8 7 15

GS 5 3 8

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/0 0 27.0 0/2 0 20.2 0/2 0 47.2

H 28 16 44

R 22 12 34

ER 17 11 28

BB 28 11 39

SO 25 18 43

AB 106 76 182

O/BA .264 .211 .242

PO 1 86 87

A 8 8 16

E FLD% 0 1.000 2 .979 2 .981

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 third in batting average and runs scored, and fourth in doubles ... appeared in 54 games ... received 53 starting assignments ... closed season ranked in top 150 nationally in batting average (132), runs batted in per game (14), runs batted in (23) and slugging percentage (147) ... Patriot League leader in base hits, home runs, RBI and total bases ... also listed among conference leaders in slugging percentage (2nd), batting average (4th), runs scored (4th), on-base percentage (8th) and doubles (11th) ... piled up 24 multiple-hit showings and 18 multiRBI efforts ... both figures ranked second among team leaders ... fell one multiple-hit game shy of Academy record, two multi-RBI performances short of school standard ... authored midseason 15-game hitting streak ... hit safely in 45 of 54 outings ... registered three hits on seven occasions ... smacked four hits twice ... recorded at least three runs batted in 13 times ... notched quartet of four-RBI efforts ... drove in five runs twice ... led squad with 29 two-out RBI ... hit .393 with runners in scoring position ... batted .439 when leading off inning ... went 5-for-6 in stolen base attempts ... successfully scored runner from third base with less than two outs on 20 of 21 occasions for sparkling .952 success rate ... batted .425 with seven doubles, six home runs, 18 runs scored and 31 runs batted in during Patriot League play ... started all 20 regular season conference outings ... posted impressive .738 slugging percentage against Patriot League pitching ... collected 59 total bases in conference action ... registered .471 on-base percentage in league play ... hit .471 with runners in scoring position in Patriot games ... batted safely in all 20 regular season Patriot League contests ... registered 11 multiple-hit showings in regular season conference action and seven multi-RBI efforts ... collected five runs batted in to aid Army wins over Iona and Lehigh ... homered in both affairs ... went 4-for-5 with four runs scored and four RBI in home defeat of Quinnipiac ... tripled, homered and finished with career-best nine total bases in that contest ... hit .250 with two home

runs and eight runs batted in during four-game stint at Austin Regional ... blasted home runs against Texas State and Texas ... moon shot against Texas in Austin Regional Final cleared “Monster” wall in staightaway center field ... only 40th ball to ever clear “Monster” at UFCU Disch-Falk Field ... registered four runs batted in during three of four regular season conference tilts versus Lafayette ... batted .438 (7-16) with three doubles, two home runs, four runs scored and 12 RBI during that four-game series ... returned to pitching mound late in season ... made seven appearances ... drew three starts ... went 1-1 with 4.79 earned run average ... permitted only 16 base hits across 20.2 innings of work ... struck out 18 and walked 11 ... limited opponents to stingy .211 batting average ... fired six shutout innings against Lehigh in strongest performance of season ... allowed just one base hit, while striking out four and walking three to earn lone victory of season ... notched other starts against Lafayette and Dartmouth. 2008: Saw action in 16 games offensively ... drew eight mound showings ... drew 14 starting assignments at designated hitter’s position, five on pitcher’s mound ... batted .260 with one double, one home run, 10 runs scored and seven runs batted in ... collected nine walks as well ... finished with .340 slugging percentage and .373 on-base mark ... notched three multiple-hit performances ... posted two-hit efforts against Liberty, Dartmouth and Central Connecticut ... went 2-for-5 with one run scored and season-best four runs batted in during spring trip contest against Dartmouth ... ripped lone double of season in that tilt ... finished 2-for-4 with three runs scored and one RBI to aid win over Central Connecticut following day ... notched other two-hit showing during road date against Liberty ... blasted first collegiate home run during road win at

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Maryland-Baltimore County ... posted 1-4 record on pitcher’s mound with 5.67 earned run average ... allowed 28 hits across 27.0 innings of work ... struck out 25 and walked 28 ... limited opponents to .264 batting average ... served as Army’s starting pitcher during season opener versus highly regarded Louisiana-Lafayette ... authored solid performance against powerful Ragin’ Cajuns ... allowed only five hits and two runs over 4.2 innings of collegiate debut ... also garnered mound starts opposite Maryland-Baltimore County, Liberty, Central Connecticut and Bucknell ... picked up first college win with five strong innings against Central Connecticut to close out Army’s spring trip to Florida on positive note ... fashioned similarly impressive outing in what proved to be final performance of season next time out versus Bucknell ... touched for just two hits and one run over six-plus innings of work against Bison ... struck out five and walked five before departing ... carried two-hit shutout into seventh inning before walking leadoff man in that eye opening outing ... suffered hard-luck loss in only Patriot League appearance of season ... allowed just five hits and two runs over final 11.0 innings of work ... authored sparkling 1.63 ERA during that season-ending stretch. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Trent Mongero at North Hall High ... earned four varsity letters ... split time between pitcher’s mound and first base. PERSONAL: Given name is David Joseph Henshaw ... born March 4, 1989, in Atlanta, Ga. ... parents’ names are Julie and Steve Paysen ... enjoys playing guitar in spare time ... possesses strong Christian faith ... lists favorite bible passage as 1 Corinthians 10:31: “So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” ... active member of “I Am Second-West Point” ministry group ... majoring in American Law and Legal Studies.

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#9 BRANDON HINES 3B-1B • R-R • 6-1 • 195 • JR. YORBA LINDA, CALIF. ESPERANZA H.S. (USMAPS)

MISCELLANEOUS: Holds valuable role within Army program ... corner infielder with ability to handle either third base or first base spots ... sound offensive performer ... generates bat speed to reach outfield gaps ... line-drive hitter with occasional home run power ... handles bat well ... hard-nosed competitor ... gritty performer with great will to win ... brings tremendous energy to field every day ... plays game with great deal of passion ... assumed reserve role each of first two seasons at Military Academy ...

should return to valued backup spot behind projected starter Steve May and Kevin McKague at third base and first base, respectively ... lends quality depth to Army bench ... could shoulder valuable late game pinch-hitting duty ... possesses excellent understanding of game ... played for ABD Bulldogs baseball squad three summers ago ... ABD is recognized as one of country’s top summer travel teams ... product of USMA Prep School. 2009: Appeared in seven contests, all in reserve ... collected one base hit in six official plate appearances for .167 batting average ... drew four pinchhitting appearances ... received field duty against USC-Upstate, Quinnipiac, Bucknell, Columbia, Iona, Lehigh and NJIT ... registered pinch-hit single versus USC-Upstate in first plate appearance of season ... handled three defensive chances flawlessly ... saw action at both first base and third base. 2008: Appeared in 10 contests ... drew three starting berths, all at third base ... spelled injured starter J.P. Polchinski in lead cast on two of those occasions ... received other start at designated hitter’s spot ... batted .263 with one double, one run scored and one run batted in ... collected five base hits in 19 official plate appearances ... posted .316 slugging percentage and .263 on base mark ... garnered starts against Liberty and Bucknell ... pencilled into starting lineup at third base in two games against Bucknell ... registered base hits versus Texas Tech, Maryland-Baltimore County, Liberty and Bucknell ... stroked double against Liberty for lone extra-base hit of season ... smacked one hit in five Patriot League plate appearances. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Michael Curran at Esperanza High ... two-time letterwinner ... two-year starter at third base. PERSONAL: Given name is Brandon James Hines ... born April 24, 1988, in Whittier, Calif. ... parents’ names are Patti and Michael Hines ... majoring in Civil Engineering.

HINES’ CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

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Avg. .263 .167 .240

GP-GS 10-3 7-0 17-3

AB 19 6 25

R 1 0 1

H 2B 3B 5 1 0 1 0 0 6 1 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 0 1

TB SLG% 6 .316 1 .167 7 .280

BB 0 0 0

HP 0 0 0

SO 7 0 7

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .263 .167 .240

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 3 2 5

A 4 1 5

E FLD% 1 .875 0 1.000 1 .909

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#21 BEN KOENIGSFELD RHP-OF-1B • R-R • 6-3 • 210 • JR. • 2VL NEW PORT RICHEY, FLA. RIDGEWOOD H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Another member of Army’s ultra talented junior class ... dual-position standout who has made strong impact on Black Knight program since his arrival two years ago ... ... assumed regular turn in head coach Joe Sottolano’s Patriot League pitching rotation immediately ... added starting job in Army outfield last season ... earned all-league honors on mound during debut campaign ... became first player in Patriot League history to claim first team all-conference honors at two different positions in same season last spring ... copped first-team certificates as an outfielder and starting pitcher ... chosen Patriot League Pitcher of the Year as well ... casts impressive figure on mound ... rangy right-hander ... touches 92 miles-per-hour on radar gun ... pitches comfortably in upper-80s ... features ability to throw four pitches for strikes ... repertoire includes hard-sinking fastball, snapping curveball, darting slider and deceptive changeup ... owns great deal of natural ability ... developed into top of rotation starting pitcher year ago ... started one of two seven-inning contests during Patriot League weekends ... boasts ability and makeup to anchor staff ... versatile athlete capable of handling several positions ... expected to return to starting role in left field when not on pitcher’s mound ... could land game duty in right field and at first base as well ... features excellent power from right side of plate ... displays ability to spray line drives to all fields ... developed into feared run-producer during initial entry into regular Black Knights’ lineup ... valued power source ... snaps bat head through hitting zone ... boasts quick hands and keen eye at plate ... returns to prominent place in Army batting order ... excellent student as well ... selected by teammates to serve as one of squad’s captains this season ... shares duties with Colby Smith ... two-year letterman.

MILESTONES: One of six Army players to earn record-setting total of seven first team All-Patriot League honors last season ... first player in Patriot League history to earn first team all conference honors at two different positions in same season last spring ... copped first-team certificates as an outfielder and starting pitcher ... fifth Army player (seventh selection) to be chosen Patriot League Pitcher of the Year as well ... selected as Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player ... fourth Army player to win Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player honors, joining Bryan Price (1997), Josh Minney (2000), Justin Long (2004) and Walker Gorham (2005) as others to have captured the award ... selected to ESPN The Magazine University Division Academic All-America District 1 Second Team last season ... named Patriot League Pitcher of the Week on one occasion ... two-time Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week last spring ... earned second team All-Patriot League honors as starting pitcher following freshman season ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll after each of first two campaigns ... tied single season school record by pitching in four shutouts during rookie showing ... standard initially established by former Army great Nick Hill in 2004 ... went 11-for-11 in stolen base attempts to establish new single season Army record for stolen base percentage ... chosen No. 86 on College Baseball Blog’s Top 100 Players in the Country listing this winter ... carries perfect 9-0 Patriot League pitching slate into junior campaign ... first Army player to register victories in first nine decisions ... stands 14-8 overall ... owns .636 career winning percentage ... ranks tied for fifth on Army’s single season pitching wins list (8 in 2009) .... lists tied for sixth on Academy’s single season innings pitched chart (84.2 in 2009) ... first Army player to capture first team all-league laurels of any kind at two different positions in same season since 1990 ... Shannon Smith claimed first team All-Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League honors at starting pitcher and first base that season ... twice named Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week last spring ... listed as one of Patriot League’s “Top Three Starting Pitchers” by Patriot League coaches in preseason poll conducted by collegebasebal-

linsider.com ... projected as one of three Patriot League Players of the Year by Collegiate Baseball magazine this winter. 2009: Enjoyed record-setting season in first year splitting time between outfield and pitcher’s mound ... became first player in Patriot League history to earn first team all conference honors at two different positions ... copped first-team certificates as an outfielder and starting pitcher ... chosen Patriot League Pitcher of the Year ... selected Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player ... emerged as Patriot League’s top starting pitcher during second season in Black, Gold and Gray ... posted 8-4 record with 4.89 earned run average overall ... allowed 85 base hits in 84.2 innings of work ... struck out 63 and walked 33 ... limited opponents to .259 batting average ... fired four complete games ... drew 13 starts to rank second among team leaders ... topped squad in wins and complete games ... listed second in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts ... ranked 66th nationally in victories ... topped Patriot League hurlers in wins, complete games and opponent batting average ... ranked second in innings pitched, starts and strikeouts ... superb on mound during league action ... posted wins in all five starts ... went 5-0 with a 4.24 earned run average ... struck

KOENIGSFELD’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

Avg. .333 .342 .341

GP-GS AB R 12-4 24 5 48-48 184 39 60-52 208 44

H 2B 3B 8 0 0 63 10 2 71 10 2

HR 0 7 7

RBI 1 38 39

TB SLG% 8 .333 98 .533 106 .510

BB 2 12 14

HP 1 4 5

SO 3 28 31

GDP 1 6 7

OB% .407 .393 .395

SF 0 1 1

SH 0 1 1

SB-A 0-0 11-11 11-11

HBP 9 10 19

BK 1 0 1

PO A 5 19 71 18 76 37

E FLD% 1 .960 2 .978 3 .974

KOENIGSFELD’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

ERA W-L 5.61 6-4 4.89 8-4 .521 14-8

APP 13 13 26

GS 11 13 24

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

CG 1 4 5

SHO/CBO SV IP H 1/3 1 69.0 82 0/1 0 84.2 85 1/4 1 153.2 167

R 43 55 98

ER 43 46 89

BB SO 21 54 33 63 54 117

AB 279 328 607

O/BA .294 .259 .275

WP 7 9 16

PO 5 71 76

A 19 18 37

E FLD% 1 .960 2 .978 3 .974

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out 29 and walked 11 in those outings ... permitted only 27 base hits in 34.0 innings ... tossed four complete games in conference mound action ... yielded only six extra-base hits (4 doubles, 2 homers) ... limited Patriot League opponents to a stingy .218 batting average ... saw personal six-game winning streak snapped on mound during Patriot League Tournament semifinal loss to Holy Cross ... bounced back to permit only eight hits and one run over eight dominant frames to power Army’s Patriot League Championship Series-clinching defeat of Lafayette ... struck out nine and walked one ... allowed just two Lafayette runners to reach scoring position over final four innings of work ... departed with Army enjoying commanding 8-1 cushion ... earned Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player honors for work both on mound and at plate ... batted .250 with one double, two home runs, two runs scored, five runs batted in, 10 total bases and an .833 slugging percentage during Black Knights’ four Patriot League Tournament outings in which he batted ... won eight of final 10 decisions after starting season at 0-2 ...combined with classmate Kevin McKague on brilliant five-hit shutout of Northern Iowa during Black Knights’ spring trip to Florida ... keyed Army’s 3-0 defeat of Panthers by allowing only three base hits across seven-plus shutout innings of work ... struck out six and walked three ... permitted just four Northern Iowa hitters to reach base and only two Panther players to advance into scoring position ... earned initial Patriot League Pitcher of the Week citation on strength of that effort ... pitched Army to huge victory against Bucknell after Black Knights were swept by Bison on opening day of Patriot League play ... carried one-hit shutout into bottom of seventh inning against Bison ... remained in complete command, retiring eight consecutive hit-

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 ters and 17 of the next 18 Bucknell batters entering seventh after allowing leadoff single to open game ... sat down nine consecutive Bison heading into seventh inning, as Black Knights held on to slim 1-0 edge ... allowed just two Bison base runners over first six innings and did not permit a Bucknell player into scoring position until seventh after Army had stretched its lead to 8-0 ... finished game yielding four hits (all singles), while striking out nine and walking only one ... turned in another solid outing following week against Holy Cross ... allowed single run in first inning, then fired six scoreless frames for complete-game victory after Crusaders had swept Army previous day ... allowed just one base runner to reach scoring position rest of game ... retired Holy Cross in order during five of the final six innings ... permitted only two base runners over final six frames and retired 18 of final 20 batters he faced ... notched other Patriot League victories against Navy, Lehigh and Holy Cross ... just as impressive offensively throughout first season as starting outfielder ... batted .342 with 10 doubles, two triples, seven home runs, 39 runs scored and 38 runs batted in overall ... piled up 98 total bases ... registered .533 slugging percentage and .393 on-base mark ... successful on all 11 stolen base tries to set new Army single season stolen base percentage record ... drew 24 starts in left field, 18 in right field and six at designated hitter’s spot ... registered 19 multiplehit games and eight multi-RBI showings ... collected three hits six times and four hits once ... drove in four runs twice and five runs once ... authored season-best 11-game hitting streak ... batted safely in 36 of the 48 games in which he notched official plate appearance ... hit .375 with runners in scoring position and .368 with runners on base ... batted .521 versus left-handed pitching ... ranked third on squad with 19 two-out RBI ... also listed fourth among team leaders in slugging percentage, runs batted in and total bases ... stood tied for third in home runs ... ranked seventh among Patriot League leaders in stolen bases and ninth in both total bases and slugging percentage ... hit .365 in 17 Patriot League contests ... added two doubles, one triple, two home runs and nine runs batted in ... batted .400 with runners in scoring position during Patriot League play ... went 4-for-4 with two doubles, four runs scored and one RBI to aid season-opening defeat of Ohio ... notched four runs scored and four RBI to pace home defeat of Columbia ... garnered career-high five runs batted in during home date with Manhattan ... doubled, homered and drove in four runs to power Army’s Patriot League Tournament semifinal series-clinching victory over Holy Cross ...hit .333 in three games at Austin Regional ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll at season’s end. 2008: Second team All-Patriot League selection as starting pitcher ... one of three Army freshmen to land all-league status ... burst on Army scene in rookie showing ... assumed regular spot in Army starting pitching rotation immediately ... maintained role throughout season ... finished 6-4 with one save and 5.61 earned run average in 13 appearances overall ... drew 11 starting assignments ... allowed 82 base hits in 69.0 innings ... struck out 54 and walked 21 ... ranked second among team leaders in

starts, innings pitched and strikeouts ... listed tied for third in appearances ... played pitching role in four of club’s six shutouts to equal single season school record originally set by Nick Hill in 2004 ... overall numbers improved dramatically during Patriot League play ... posted perfect 4-0 record with 2.57 earned run average during five conference starts ... permitted just 30 base hits across 35.0 innings of league action ... held Patriot League opponents to .231 batting average ... struck out 22 and walked six ... fired complete-game, two-hit shutout against defending league-champion Lafayette during final weekend of conference play ... permitted Leopards only two harmless singles in nine innings during that dominant effort ... victory helped Army clinch its fourth Patriot League Tournament berth in five years ... shared team lead with six wins ... one of three Army pitchers to record five victories ... tossed six scoreless innings against Maryland-Baltimore County in second collegiate start ... picked up first victory by allowing Terriers just four base hits, while fanning seven and walking only one ... similarly impressive versus Holy Cross ... threw seven shutout innings at Crusaders ... yielded four hits, while fanning three and did not walk a batter ... allowed three earned runs or less in five of 11 starts ... put forth solid showing in starting debut versus arch-rival Navy ... allowed just two runs on nine hits over eight innings of work versus Mids ... struck out six and did not walk single batter in notching victory in service academy debut ... also posted wins against Lehigh and Sacred Heart ... earned first collegiate save with three-inning hitless stint opposite NJIT ... closed out Army shutout of Highlanders by fanning three and walking one ... batted .333 overall in limited plate appearances ... collected eight hits in 24 official trips to plate ... added five runs scored and one run batted in ... finished with .333 slugging percentage and .407 on base mark ... authored lone multiple-hit showing during Patriot League Tournament semifinal defeat of Bucknell ... went 3-for-5 with two runs scored in that affair ... notched first collegiate RBI versus Bucknell earlier in year ... scored two runs to aid Army non-league defeat of Columbia ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll at season’s end. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Larry Beets at Ridgewood High ... three-sport standout ... starred in baseball, basketball and swimming ... two-time all-conference choice ... league pitcher of the year as a senior ... first team All-Suncoast selection ... chosen to participate in Florida all-star game ... authored amazing four-year tenure ... posted .403 career batting average, including gaudy .495 mark as a senior ... equally effective on pitcher’s mound ... struck out 115 batters in 90.0 innings of work during final campaign ... helped squad to trio of district championships ... earned four varsity letters on diamond ... two-time letterwinner in both basketball and swimming ... served as team captain in baseball and basketball as a senior. PERSONAL: Given name is Benjamin Joseph Koenigsfeld ... born July 29, 1988, in Tampa, Fla. ... parents’ names are Terri and Randy Koenigsfeld ... enjoys jet skiing in free time ... majoring in American Law and Legal Studies.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#17 LOGAN LEE LHP • R-L • 6-0 • 190 • SO. • 1VL LAGUNA NIGUEL, CALIF. ALISO NIGUEL H.S. owns ability to set up runners ... played for ABD Bulldogs baseball squad three summers ago ... ABD is recognized as one of country’s top summer travel teams ... worked primarily out of bullpen last spring ... filled valuable relief role during Patriot League weekends ... expected to serve in similar capacity this season ... could receive additional midweek work for head coach Joe Sottolano ... letterman. MISCELLANEOUS: Crafty southpaw who made positive impact on Army program as a freshman ... boasts great understanding of game ... understands how to work batters ... does little things well ... commands strike zone ... adept at moving ball around plate area ... throws three pitches for strikes ... features solid fastball, diving curveball and plus changeup ... capable of getting out left-handed hitters and right-handers alike ... owns outstanding work ethic ... talented left-hander with excellent mound savvy ... possesses above-average pickoff move ...

2009: Received mound work in 12 contests ... worked primarily out of bullpen ... drew pair of starting assignments ... did not factor in decision ... posted respectable 5.50 earned run average across 18.0 innings of work ... allowed 28 base hits ... struck out 12 and walked seven ... permitted just three extra-base hits (2 doubles, 1 home run) ... notched pair of Patriot League appearances out of bullpen ... fired three shutout innings in starting debut opposite Manhattan ... allowed four hits (all singles) versus Jaspers ... fanned one and walked two in finest effort of season ... did not factor in decision ... garnered lone Patriot League start opposite arch-rival Navy ... yielded five runs on eight hits over 3.1 innings versus Mids ... struck out three and walked two ... registered scoreless stints out of bullpen against Central Florida, nationally ranked Illinois, Columbia and NJIT ... touched for one hit and one unearned run across two solid innings against powerful Ohio State ... also worked in relief opposite Holy Cross, Binghamton, New York Tech and Dartmouth ... Black Knights posted 7-5 overall record in games in which he pitched. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Craig Hanson at Aliso Niguel High ... split time between first base and pitcher’s mound ... voted squad’s top scholarathlete all four years. PERSONAL: Given name is Logan Deemer Lee ... born Feb. 12, 1990, in Mission Viejo, Calif. ... parents’ names are Beverly and Bill Lee ... mother, Beverly, retired from U.S. Air Force with rank of colonel ... enjoys playing drums and golf in free time ... majoring in Physics.

LEE’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year ERA 2009 5.50 Totals 5.50

W-L 0-0 0-0

APP 12 12

GS 2 2

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

CG 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/1 0 18.0 0/1 0 18.0

H 28 28

R 13 13

ER 11 11

BB 7 7

SO 12 12

AB 74 74

O/BA .378 .378

WP 2 2

HBP 3 3

BK 0 0

PO 1 1

A 5 5

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#2 STEVE MAY 3B-2B-SS • R-R • 5-9 • 170 • JR. CHESTERFIELD, MO. PARKWAY WEST H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Sure-handed infielder ... versatile athlete ... spent first two years in Black, Gold and Gray as reserve at second base and shortstop positions ... expected to challenge for starting third base job this spring ... caught attention of Army coaching staff with outstanding showing this fall ... adapted nicely to heavy workload at “hot corner” ... slick fielder with excellent range ... hard-nosed competitor ... features sound footwork around second base bag ... equally adept at moving to left or right ... boasts excellent lower body strength ... line-drive hitter ... sprays balls to all fields ... carries sound

approach to every plate appearance ... plays game with great deal of passion ... loves to compete ... not afraid to get uniform dirty ... possesses keen baseball instincts ... fine situational hitter ... handles bat well ... excellent base runner ... utilized as valued pinch-runner past two seasons ... provides head coach Joe Sottolano with great deal of flexibility ... solid production would help cushion graduation loss of stalwart J.P. Polchinski ... should fill key role on club during junior campaign at third base. 2009: Appeared in seven games, all in reserve ... collected one hit in three plate appearances ... recorded two runs batted in ... used as pinch-runner against Quinnipiac and Binghamton ... gained three pinch-hitting opportunities ... drew other showings opposite Columbia, Iona, Lehigh (twice) and NJIT ... garnered lone base hit in two trips to plate versus Lehigh ... notched sacrifice fly in only at-bat against Iona ... added other RBI during home defeat of Columbia. 2008: Saw action in 16 contests ... earned one starting assignment ... batted .118 with four runs scored and one run batted in ... registered two base hits in 17 official plate appearances ... worked three walks as well ... recorded .118 slugging percentage and .250 on-base percentage ... added one stolen base ... collected both hits during lone start of season ... responded to lead call with 2-for-4 effort opposite Iona ... added one walk, one run scored and one RBI in home victory ... registered stolen base on only attempt of season against Gaels ... committed just one fielding error in 28 tries for seasonal fielding percentage of .964. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Scott Weissman at Parkway West High ... earned four varsity letters at shortstop ... all-conference selection as a senior ... posted .420 batting average during final campaign ... garnered two varsity letters in football as well ... starred at running back position ... rushed for nearly 1,300 yards en route to all-conference citation as a senior ... helped baseball and football squads to district championships that year. PERSONAL: Given name is Stephen Daniel May ... born Oct. 10, 1988, in Mesa, Ariz. ... parents’ names are Carla and Roger May ... enjoys playing guitar and watching football in spare time ... majoring in Engineering Management.

MAY’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

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Avg. .118 .333 .150

GP-GS 16-1 7-0 23-1

AB 17 3 20

R 4 0 4

H 2B 3B 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 2 3

TB SLG% 2 .118 1 .333 3 .150

BB 3 0 3

HP 0 1 1

SO 3 0 3

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .250 .400 .280

SF 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

SB-A 1-1 0-0 1-1

PO A 10 17 5 5 15 22

E FLD% 1 .964 1 .909 2 .949

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#14 KEVIN McKAGUE 1B-RHP • R-R • 6-5 • 230 • JR. • 2VL FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. BRITT H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Another upper-echelon talent returning to Army program for junior campaign ... impressive physical specimen ... multi-talented athlete with ability to handle several different positions ... exploded on Army scene with highly productive freshman season ... followed debut campaign with even better sophomore showing ... dual-position threat ... serves as Army’s starting first baseman ... doubles as Black Knights’ closer out of bullpen ... boasts tremendous natural power and raw physical strength ... features legitimate home run power ... hits for high average as well ... accomplished run-

producer ... doubles machine ... assumed prominent spot in middle of head coach Joe Sottolano’s batting order at outset of rookie season ... one of Patriot League’s most feared offensive weapons ... possesses quick reflexes and strong throwing arm ... outstanding defensive performer as well ... possesses appropriate makeup to handle back-end bullpen role ... fierce competitiveness fuels closer’s mentality ... thrives under pressure ... boasts high ceiling on pitching mound as well ... fastball touches low-90s ... features devastating split-finger fastball ... two-year letterman. MILESTONES: One of six Army players to earn record-setting total of seven first team All-Patriot League honors last season at first base ... featured in Sports Illustrated magazine’s “Faces in the Crowd” section midway through last season (April 27 edition) following torrid week of action ... earned Patriot League Player of Week and Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors on strength of that performance ... selected to National Allstar Lineup as well ... named to Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America team as chosen by Collegiate Baseball magazine ... second team AllPatriot selection at first base as a freshman ... set new single season school records for doubles (19) and multiple-RBI games (18) during rookie season ... multi-RBI standard has since been surpassed ... established Army freshman records for doubles, runs batted in (50) and multiple-RBI games ... holds down third and 10th spots on Academy’s single season base hits list (79 in 2009, 64 in 2008) ... also ranks fifth and eighth on Army’s single season RBI chart (50 in 2008, 44 in 2009), and sixth and 15th in total bases (107 in 2009, 92 in 2008) ... stands fifth on Army’s single season saves list (7 in 2009) ... cited among “Other Top Players to Watch” in Patriot League by Collegiate Baseball magazine last winter ... enters junior campaign ranked tied for seventh with teammate Joey Henshaw on Army’s career batting average chart, with gaudy .359 figure ... listed as Patriot League’s top closer by conference coaches in preseason poll conducted by collegebaseballinsider.com ... named “Top Player to Watch” in Patriot League by Collegiate Baseball magazine this winter.

2009: First team All-Patriot League selection at first base ... one of Patriot League’s top closers as well ... followed up outstanding freshman season with even better sophomore showing ... threatened Army single season batting average standard throughout most of year before late-season slump dashed those hopes ... closed with sparkling .389 batting average ... registered eight doubles, one triple, six home runs, 45 runs scored and 44 runs batted in ... garnered 107 total bases ... posted .527 slugging percentage and .457 on-base mark ... started all 50 games in which he appeared ... finished with 79 base hits to rank third on Army’s single-season list ... fell just two base hits shy of Academy standard ... posted eighth best single season RBI total in Academy history ... ranked 108th nationally in batting average ... collected 23 multiple-hit games and 12 multi-RBI affairs ... hit safely in 40 of 50 contests ... listed second among team leaders in batting average and base hits, third in on-base percentage, runs batted in and total bases, fourth in slugging percentage and runs scored and tied for fifth in home runs ... ranked among Patriot League leaders in base hits (2nd), runs scored (5th), on-base percentage (5th), total bases (6th) and RBI (7th) ... seasonal average dropped 40 percentage points due to late-season slump ... challenged for Patriot

McKAGUE’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

Avg. .328 .389 .359

GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B 49-48 195 33 64 19 0 50-50 203 45 79 8 1 99-98 398 78 143 27 1

HR 3 6 9

RBI 50 44 94

TB SLG% 92 .472 107 .527 199 .500

BB 8 17 25

HP 6 9 15

SO 24 28 52

GDP 9 4 13

OB% .368 .457 .414

SF 3 1 4

SH 1 0 1

WP 2 1 3

HBP 1 4 5

SB-A 5-7 7-9 12-16

PO A 443 34 423 23 866 57

E FLD% 4 .992 4 .991 8 .991

McKAGUE’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

ERA 5.25 4.57 4.81

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

APP 12 23 35

GS 0 0 0

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/1 1 12.0 0/3 7 21.2 0/4 8 33.2

H 11 17 28

R 10 17 27

ER 7 11 18

BB 9 17 26

SO 10 17 27

AB 48 79 127

O/BA .229 .215 .220

BK PO 1 443 0 423 1 866

A 34 23 57

E FLD% 4 .992 4 .991 8 .991

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League batting crown prior to late-season skid ... punished left-handed pitching to tune of .542 batting average ... fourth on club with 18 two-out RBI ... hit .411 in 14 Patriot League contests ... added two doubles, four home runs, 16 runs scored and 16 RBI ... authored .661 slugging percentage in Patriot League play and .460 on-base mark ... authored season-long 10-game hitting streak ... garnered at least three base hits on team-high 12 occasions ... registered four hits in four games ... figure also led club ... missed four games early in season due to injury ... returned to lineup with vengeance ... went 13-for-16 over next four games for sizzling .813 batting average ... scored eight runs and registered six runs batted in during blazing stretch ... posted .789 on-base percentage and 1.000 slugging percentage ... went 6-for-7 (.857) with four runs scored and three runs batted in to lead doubleheader sweep of arch-rival Navy during torrid span ... launched tape-measure 500-foot home run versus Mids ... shot landed on top of six-story Cullum Hall that sits behind left-field fence at Doubleday Field ... earned host of national plaudits on strength of that stretch ... featured in Sports Illustrated magazine’s “Faces in the Crowd” section ... named to National Allstar lineup as well ... earned Patriot League Player of Week and Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week laurels ... wrapped Navy series with another sterling performance ... went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and two runs batted in to lead Black Knights to sixth straight series victory over Mids ... pounded two more home runs in that outing ... finished series with three round-trippers ... went 4-for-5 with two runs scored and three RBI to aid road defeat of Lafayette ... homered in that performance ... added four hits in wins over USC-Upstate, Sacred Heart and Iona ... entered Austin Regional mired in worst slump of season ... rebounded to bat .278 with one double, one triple, four runs scored and two runs batted during four-game set in Austin ... hit just .188 in four previous outings ... went 2-for-5 with one triple, one run scored and one run batted in against

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 Texas in Austin Regional Final ... collected two hits in four plate appearances in elimination game versus Boston College hours earlier to help Black Knights advance to first regional final ... carried .426 batting average into Patriot League Championship Series ... that figure stood within four percentage points of Tom Cascino’s single season school record batting average of .430 established in 1986 ... enjoyed outstanding season in first turn as Army’s closer as well ... led Patriot League with seven saves ... that figure stands fifth on Army’s single-season chart ... ranked 76th nationally in that category ... received mound duty in 23 contests ... figure listed tied for second among league leaders ... did not factor in single decision ... posted 4.57 earned run average ... allowed 17 base hits in 21.2 innings of work ... struck out 17 and walked 17 ... permitted just four extra-base hits ... scored upon in only four of 23 appearances ... worked off mound in three of four games at Austin Regional ... limited opponents to a lowly .215 batting average overall ... pitched to stingy 1.24 seasonal earned run average when discounting subpar performances against nationally ranked squads Illinois and Texas ... plagued by control problems in both outings ... authored streak of nine consecutive scoreless appearances before season-ending showing against Texas in Austin Regional ... did not allow an earned run in 12 of 13 performances entering that contest ... marked third mound showing within 30-hour period ... closed out three of Army’s four Patriot League Tournament wins, including both victories over Lafayette in Patriot League Championship Series ... also closed out all three wins over Navy ... tossed scoreless frames against Texas State and Boston College to register saves in both of Black Knights’ wins at Austin Regional ... recorded other saves opposite Sacred Heart, Northern Iowa, Navy, Lafayette and New York Tech ... combined with teammate Ben Koenigsfeld to shut out Northern Iowa ... fired two shutout innings against Panthers to secure quality victory during trip to Florida ... recorded final out of Army’s 10-3 defeat of Marist in WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic. 2008: Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America choice as selected by Collegiate Baseball magazine ... second team All-Patriot League choice at first base ... one of three Army freshmen to land allleague status ... served as Black Knights’ starting first baseman throughout debut season in Black, Gold and Gray ... started 48 of 49 games in which he saw action ... batted .328 with school-record 19 doubles, three home runs, 33 runs scored and 50 runs batted in ... also set new single season school record for multiple-RBI games (18) ... established Army freshman records for doubles, runs batted in and multiple-RBI games ... runs batted in total ranked third on Black Knights’ single-season chart ... base hits figure (64) ranked ninth on single season school list ... run batted in total stood third on Army’s single-season chart ... base hits aggregate ranked tied for ninth ... only second freshman in Army history to lead team in runs batted in ... first to accomplish feat in 25 years ... registered .472 slugging percentage and .368 on-base figure while working out of Black Knights’ cleanup spot ... piled up 21 multiple-hit showings to rank second among team leaders ... total fell just one shy of earning

share of team lead in that category ... also listed second among team leaders in base hits and twoout RBI (17), third in total bases (92), fourth in batting average and slugging percentage and tied for fifth in home runs ... total bases figure ranked 11th on Army’s single-season chart ... successfully scored runner from third base with less than two outs on 17 of 23 opportunities (.739) ... number of runners scored from third base in those situations led team ... collected at least three base hits on four occasions ... drove in at least three runs seven times ... added five stolen bases in seven tries ... batted safely in 35 of the 49 contests in which he played ... hit .356 with runners in scoring position ... posted .365 batting average during 20 Patriot League tilts ... batted .351 with runners in scoring position during conference action ... topped all Patriot League players in doubles, runs batted in and RBI per game (1.02) ... also ranked among conference leaders in total bases per game (6th), total bases (7th) batting average (8th) and base hits (8th) ... posted season-best five-hit showing to lead road defeat of Holy Cross ... went 5-for-6 with one double, one run scored and three RBI in that performance ... finished 4-for-6 with two doubles, one run scored and three runs batted during road victory over Columbia ... added 4-for-5 effort with two doubles, three runs scored and two RBI at Liberty ... smashed home runs in both ends of doubleheader against Dartmouth during Black Knights’ spring trip to Florida ... garnered other longball during Patriot League win over Lehigh ... experienced good deal of success as relief pitcher as well ... finished 1-1 with one save and deceiving 5.25 earned run average ... injury to index finger on pitching hand limited effectiveness during midseason stretch ... allowed 11 base hits in 12.0 innings of work that spanned 12 appearances ... struck out 10 and walked nine ... limited opponents to stingy .229 batting average ... did not allow earned run during six of first eight mound showings ... registered first collegiate save with dominant shutdown inning against Manhattan ... closed out non-league defeat of Jaspers by striking out all four batters he faced in ninth inning (one batter reached when third strike eluded catcher) ... went 2-for-4 with one run scored and three RBI at plate to aid that victory ... recorded at least one strikeout during seven of 12 outings on mound ... featured sparkling 1-0 record with one save and 2.00 ERA following first eight appearances ... yielded only two earned runs during that span ... notched initial collegiate win against Bucknell during lone Patriot League performance of season. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Sam Guy at Britt High ... split time between third base and pitcher’s mound ... all-state selection as a senior ... three time all-conference selection ... earned pair of all-region citations ... region player of the year during final campaign ... earned four varsity letters ... served as team captain as a senior. PERSONAL: Given name is Kevin Cole McKague ... born Dec. 24, 1988, in Berlin, Germany ... parents’ names are Melanie and Robert McKague ... both parents served in U.S. Army ... lists golf and ping pong among his hobbies ... majoring in Management.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#29 CLINT MOORE SS • R-R • 5-11 • 190 • JR. • 2VL GREENSBORO, N.C. GRIMSLEY H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Widely regarded as one nation’s top shortstops ... impact player within Army program since arrival at Academy ... steady defensive player with plus range and excellent arm strength ... possesses outstanding instincts and tremendous feel for game ... slick-fielding middle infielder ... capable of making play deep in hole ... sound fundamental performer ... boasts soft hands and quick feet around second base bag ... hard-nosed competitor with fiery on-field demeanor ... plays game with

great deal of passion ... enjoys getting uniform dirty ... boasts dangerous power to all fields ... line-drive hitter with ability to spray ball to all fields ... one of Patriot League’s most feared run-producers ... capable of carrying team for long stretches ... features valued home run power ... shifted from leadoff to third spot in Army batting order last spring ... responded with monster offensive showing ... excellent situational hitter ... savvy base runner ... well on way to becoming one of finest players in Army history ... dangerous catalyst for Black Knights’ offense ... two-year letterman. MILESTONES: American Baseball Coaches Association NCAA Division I All-America Third Team selection at shortstop position as a sophomore ... named to American Baseball Coaches Association Northeast Region First Team ... Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist ... two-time first team All-Patriot League selection ... finished second in conference player of year voting last spring ... chosen to AllAustin Regional Team ... named honorable mention All-America by Ping! Baseball magazine ... chosen to Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America team as chosen by Collegiate Baseball magazine ... Patriot League Rookie of the Year in 2008 ... established Academy freshman standards in base hits (69), atbats (197), multiple-hit games (22), stolen bases (14) and total bases (105) ... at-bat and base-hit figures were surpassed by teammate Zach Price last spring ... owns single season Academy records for multiple-hit games (25) and multi-RBI contests (20) ... established both figures last season ... holds career standard in multiple-RBI games as well (32) ... boasts Army career slugging percentage standard (.626) ... ranks second on Army’s career batting average chart with flashy .372 mark ... ranks tied for fifth in home runs (17), tied for 10th in triples (7) and tied for 10th in runs batted in (104) ... carries .626 career slugging percentage into junior campaign ... holds third and 10th spots on Black Knights’ single season runs scored chart (58 in 2009, 46 in 2008) ... stands tied for third on single season triples list (5 in 2009) ... ranks fourth on Army’s single season home runs chart (11 in 2009) ... ranks second in doubles (18 in 2009), third in runs batted in (65 in 2009), and sixth and 10th in base hits (73 in 2009,

69 in 2008) ... selected College Baseball Insider. com Northeast Player of the Week on strength of torrid late-season stretch last spring ... also named to National Allstar Lineup ... gained Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week and Patriot League Player of Week laurels on strength of span ... tied Army single-game record with six base hits in 2008 season finale versus Sacred Heart ... sole owner of single game base hits record by Black Knight at Doubleday Field ... cited among “Other Top Players to Watch” in Patriot League by Collegiate Baseball magazine last winter ... garnered multiple hits in 47 of 103 career contests ... named to 2010 Ping! Baseball magazine Preseason All-American Second Team ... carries active seven-game hitting streak into junior campaign ... listed as Patriot League’s “Top Defensive Infielder” by Patriot League coaches in preseason poll conducted by collegebaseballinsider.com ... cited as one of conference’s “Three Best Pure Hitters” and “The Hitter You Least Want to Face” in same rankings ... projected as one of three Patriot League “Players of the Year” by Collegiate Baseball magazine this winter. 2009: Named to American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) NCAA Division I All-America Third Team ... selected to ABCA Northeast Region First

MOORE’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

Avg. GP-GS AB R H .350 50-50 197 46 69 .395 53-53 185 58 73 .372 103-103 382 104 142

2B 3B 14 2 18 5 32 7

HR 6 11 17

Year 2008 2009 Totals

ERA 0.00 9.00 6.00

SHO/CBO SV 0/0 0 0/1 1 0/1 1

RBI 39 65 104

TB SLG% 105 .533 134 .724 239 .626

BB 28 32 60

HP 6 12 18

SO 28 25 53

GDP 5 3 8

OB% .446 .494 .470

SF 0 8 8

SH 3 2 5

WP 0 3 3

HBP 0 0 0

SB-A 14-16 10-14 24-30

PO A 87 152 75 160 162 312

E FLD% 12 .952 7 .971 19 .961

BK PO A 0 87 152 0 75 160 0 162 312

E FLD% 12 .950 7 .971 19 .961

MOORE’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0

APP 2 4 6

GS 0 0 0

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CG 0 0 0

IP 2.0 4.0 6.0

H 3 5 8

R 1 4 5

ER 0 4 4

BB 0 1 1

SO 3 5 8

AB 10 19 29

O/BA .300 .278 .286

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Team ... one of just five Northeast Regional team members to be selected to the ABCA’s national All America team ... one of 15 semifinalists for Brooks Wallace Award, presented annually to nation’s top shortstop by the College Baseball Foundation. ... repeated as first team All-Patriot League selection ... finished second in conference player of year voting ... chosen to All-Austin Regional Team ... named honorable mention All-America by Ping! Baseball magazine ... authored one of most prolific offensive seasons in Army history ... batted .395 with 18 doubles, five triples, 11 home runs, 58 runs scored and 65 runs batted in ... posted slugging percentage of .724 and on-base mark of .494 ... piled up 134 total bases ... figure fell just one behind single season school record set by teammate Joey Henshaw last spring ... went 10-for-14 in stolen base attempts ... registered remarkable fielding percentage of .971 ... helped Army set new team record for double plays (66) ... participated in 38 twin-killings from shortstop position ... established new single season school records for both multi-hit (25) and multi-RBI (20) games ... batted safely in 43 of 53 outings ... hit .378 with runners in scoring position ... batted safely in 43 of 53 outings overall ... seasonal totals rank among Army single-season leaders in doubles (2nd), runs batted in (3rd), runs scored (3rd), home runs (4th), triples (5th) and base hits (6th) ... ranked among national leaders in sacrifice flies (14th), slugging percentage (42nd), on-base percentage (43rd), triples per game (69th), runs batted in per game (72nd), runs batted in (81st), batting average (86th) and runs per game (139th) ... topped Army in batting average, doubles, triples, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and sacrifice flies ... ranked second in walks, runs scored, runs batted in, home runs and total bases, third in base hits ... led Patriot League in doubles, triples, slugging percentage and on-base percentage ... finished second in batting average, runs scored (one short of league lead), runs batted in, total bases (one shy of league lead) and walks .... batted .433 with seven doubles, three triples, three home runs, 23 runs scored and 28 RBI in 20 Patriot League tilts

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... recorded .761 slugging percentage in those outings ... batted .417 with runners on base in Patriot League action ... hit .464 with runners in scoring position versus conference opponents ... batted safely in each of final 11 regular season Patriot League tilts ... authored amazing nine-game late-season stretch ... batted .581 with three doubles, three triples, six home runs, 21 runs scored and 26 RBI ... fashioned a 1.452 slugging percentage and .667 on-base mark during that span ... selected College Baseball Insider.com Northeast Player of the Week and Patriot League Player of the Week on strength of that torrid late-season stretch ... also named to National Allstar Lineup and gained Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors based on those efforts ... slapped three hits on five occasions overall ... registered at least three runs batted in 11 times ... drove in four runs in four games ... recorded five RBI on two other occasions ... authored seasonlong 12-game hitting streak ... hit safely in each of season’s final seven games ... put forth outstanding showing at Austin Regional ... batted .417 with one double, one home run, three runs scored and three runs batted in during four-game showing en route to all-regional selection ... posted .750 slugging percentage and .611 on-base mark ... handled 18 defensive chances flawlessly ... registered fourRBI showings against Ohio, USC-Upstate and NJIT (twice) ... Black Knights went 4-0 in those games ... drove in five runs to pace wins over Iona and Lehigh ... keyed Army’s victory over Marist in WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic with stellar showing at plate ... went 3-for-5 with one double, one triple, two runs scored and two runs batted in versus Red Foxes ... made four relief appearances on pitcher’s mound as well. 2008: Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America choice as selected by Collegiate Baseball magazine ... Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... first team All-Patriot selection at shortstop ... joined Andy Ernesto as only Army players to start all 50 contests ... immediately assumed Black Knights’ starting job at shortstop ... gained leadoff role atop Army bat-

ting order instantly as well ... maintained both key roles throughout season ... third Army freshman to be named Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... third freshman in West Point history to earn first team All-Patriot League honors ... batted .350 with 14 doubles, two triples, six home runs, 46 runs scored and 39 runs batted in ... finished with .533 slugging percentage and .446 on-base mark ... topped team in at-bats (197), base hits (69), runs scored, total bases (105), walks (28), stolen bases (14), twoout RBI (23) and multiple-hit games (22) ... ranked second among team leaders in batting average ... listed among Patriot League leaders in nine offensive categories ... paced conference freshmen in five areas ... ranked fourth in conference in base hits, total bases and on-base percentage, fifth in RBI, and sixth in home runs, doubles and slugging percentage ... first freshman in Army history to lead team in base hits, total bases, runs scored or stolen bases ... posted 12 multiple-RBI efforts ... established Academy freshman standards in base hits, at-bats, multiple-hit games, stolen bases and total bases ... base hits and total bases figures ranked sixth on Army’s overall single-season lists ... fell one multi-hit game shy of overall single season school standard in that category ... batted .448 with runners in scoring position and .397 with runners on base ... hit safely in 37 of 50 contests ... drove in at least three runs on six occasions ... scored at least two runs 12 times ... slapped at least three hits on seven occasions ... successfully advanced 54 of 90 base runners (.600) ... plated seven of 12 runners from third base with less than two outs (.583) ... saved finest offensive performance for Black Knights’ season finale against Sacred Heart ... led record-setting 27-12 victory over Pioneers by tying single game Army record with six hits ... went 6-for-7 with one double, one home run, four runs scored and four runs batted in ... standard first established by Eric Wolf in 1992 ... sole owner of single game base hits record by Army player at Doubleday Field ... collected season-best 10 total bases that game ... posted pair of two-home run efforts ... smashed two homers against both Dartmouth and Bucknell ... went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and seasonbest five runs batted in to lead extra-inning defeat of Bison ... forced extra frames with dramatic game-tying, three-run homer with one out in bottom of ninth inning ... made two relief appearances on pitcher’s mound as well. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Alan Ashkinazy at Grimsley High ... all-state selection following outstanding senior season ... all-area choice as well ... enjoyed great success at-bat and on pitcher’s mound ... posted amazing .529 batting average during final campaign ... served as team captain that year ... named to Team USA Tournament of Stars squad ... helped AAU team to national championship in 2002 ... member of French Club and Delta Epsilon Chi Association Club. PERSONAL: Given name is Larry Clinton Moore ... born June 22, 1989, in Greensboro, N.C. ... parents’ names are Sharon and Kevan Moore ... grandfather, Jim Geiger, served in U.S. Army, reaching rank of captain ... enjoys playing golf in spare time ... majoring in Management.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#12 CODY MURTLE OF • R-R • 6-2 • 210 • SO. • 1VL HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. HOPEWELL H.S. developing home run power ... consistently centers ball on bat ... regularly drives ball to outfield alleys ... shoots line drives to all fields ... should receive hefty share of playing time during second season in Black, Gold and Gray ... impact player in-the-making ... could blossom into major contributor for years to come ... letterman. MISCELLANEOUS: Highly regarded young talent within Army program ... gifted outfielder with loads of potential ... high-ceiling talent with ability to make significant contributions ... expected to challenge for starting job in right field this spring ... impressive physical specimen ... boasts outstanding athleticism and “rifle-like” arm ... capable of playing all three outfield positions ... plus defender with ability to track down balls in outfield gaps ... intriguing offensive performer ... generates tremendous bat speed ... snaps bat head through hitting zone ... features

2009: Put forth solid showing in rookie campaign ... batted .297 with seven runs scored and one run batted in ... registered 11 base hits in 37 official plate appearances ... collected 11 total bases ... posted slugging percentage of .297 and on-base mark of .381 ... appeared in 19 contests ... drew six starts ... swiped two bases in two attempts ... garnered two multiple-hit showings ... hit safely in nine of 19 outings ... batted .318 (7-22) with runners on base ... posted .357 batting average versus left-handed pitching ... went 2-for-3 with two runs scored to aid early season Army win over USC-Upstate ... rapped out two hits in late-season win over Lehigh ... also notched base hits opposite Davidson, George Mason (twice), Miami (Ohio), Ohio State, Iona and Lehigh ... notched stolen bases against George Mason and Ohio State. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Jamie Billings at Hopewell High ... saw action at all three outfield positions ... standout pitcher as well ... earned three varsity letters ... selected for 2007 Underclassmen State Games team ... also chosen to 2008 Senior State Games ... both squads captured titles. PERSONAL: Given name is Cody James Murtle ... born July 15, 1990, in Apple Valley, Calif. ... parents’ names are DeAnn and Scott Murtle ... hobbies include fishing, drawing, camping and bowling ... majoring in Nuclear Engineering.

MURTLE’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year Avg. 2009 .297 Totals .297

GP-GS 19-6 19-6

AB 37 37

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R 7 7

H 2B 3B 11 0 0 11 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 1 1

TB SLG% 11 .297 11 .297

BB 3 3

HP 2 2

SO 10 10

GDP 2 2

OB% .381 .381

SF 0 0

SH 0 0

SB-A 2-2 2-2

PO 17 17

A 0 0

E FLD% 1 .944 1 .944

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#40 KIRK PORTER RHP • R-R • 6-5 • 225 • JR. • 2VL LAKE ZURICH, ILL. LAKE ZURICH H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Talented hurler who emerged as valuable weapon in Army weekend starting pithing rotation last spring ... hard-throwing right-hander who has touched 94 miles-per-hour on radar gun ... sits comfortably in upper-80s to low-90s ... ball explodes out of hand with ease ... possesses excellent late life on fastball ... also features nasty “slurve” and deceptive changeup ... especially tough on right handed batters ... fiery competitor ... carries fierce “bulldog” mentality to pitcher’s mound ... slowed by early season injury during freshman season ... came on strong during latter stages of year ... re-

turned to full strength last spring ... responded with solid sophomore showing ... works both sides of plate ... not afraid to pitch inside ... possesses ability to dominate game ... impact player in-the-making ... impressive physical specimen ... casts imposing figure on mound ... performs well under pressure ... possesses great understanding of how to get batters out ... expected to return to regular spot in head coach Joe Sottolano’s Patriot League pitching rotation ... two-year letterman. MILESTONES: Participated in four shutouts last season to equal Army single-season record initially established by Nick Hill in 2004 ... topped Patriot League with 4.18 earned run average last spring ... carries 3.92 career ERA into junior season ... limited opponents to .255 batting average during first two years of West Point career ... listed as “Top Player to Watch” in Patriot League by Collegiate Baseball magazine this winter. 2009: Blossomed into one of Black Knights’ most reliable starting pitchers ... held regular turn in Army’s weekend Patriot League rotation ... posted 6-3 overall record ... fashioned solid 4.18 earned run average to lead all conference hurlers ... allowed 63 base hits across 60.1 innings of work ... struck out 40 and walked 25 ... limited opponents to .269 batting average ... ranked second to teammate Ben Koenigsfeld among Patriot League leaders in that category ... made 12 appearances ... drew 10 starting assignments ... saw action in four shutouts to tie Army single-season record shared by Koenigsfeld and Nick Hill ... ranked among team leaders in games started (3rd), innings pitched (3rd), wins (4th) and strikeouts (4th) ... listed fifth among Patriot League leaders in victories, ninth in games started and 10th in innings pitched ... went 3-2 with 5.14 ERA in Patriot League play ... permitted just 26 base hits in 28.0 innings of league action ... fanned 17 and walked 16 ... held league opponents to .243 batting average ... notched starts against all five conference foes ... registered first complete-game shutout during 12-0 three-hit road blanking of Lehigh ... permitted just four Mountain Hawk base runners into scoring position and did not allow single Lehigh runner to reach third base ... held Lehigh hitless entering fifth inning ... struck out three and walked five ... garnered first Patriot League Pitcher of Week citation on strength of that effort ... also named Army Athletic Association (AAA) Athlete of Week ... extended personal consecutive

PORTER’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

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ERA 3.15 4.18 3.92

W-L 1-0 6-3 7-3

APP 10 12 22

GS 1 10 11

CG 0 1 1

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/2 2 20.0 1/3 0 60.1 1/5 2 80.1

H 16 63 79

R 10 28 38

ER 7 28 35

BB 14 25 39

SO 16 40 56

AB 76 234 310

O/BA .211 .269 .255

WP 4 3 7

HBP 3 9 12

BK 1 0 1

PO 2 1 3

A 2 9 11

E FLD% 1 .800 0 1.000 1 .933

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 scoreless streak to 15.0 innings with shutout effort ... carried no-hitter into sixth inning and spun six scoreless frames against Navy in previous start ... allowed just six base hits (5 singles, 1 double) and permitted just one runner to reach third base during that dominant span ... allowed Navy three base hits and no runs over 6.1 stellar innings ... struck out five and walked three ... permitted just one base runner to reach third base in that contest ... equally impressive during Patriot League Tournament semifinal defeat of Holy Cross ... sailed through eight solid innings of work during third and deciding game of best-of-three series ... carried no-hitter into fourth inning opposite Crusaders ... retired 12 of first 14 batters he faced ... permitted just two base runners to reach scoring position ... did not permit single Holy Cross base runner to reach third base ... left game in ninth inning with decision well in hand ... retired final seven batters he faced ... marked fourth shutout in which he participated ... yielded just five hits (all singles), while striking out two and walking one ... collected second AAA Athlete of Week certificate based on that showing ... tossed five shutout innings against NJIT one week earlier in Patriot League Tournament tune-up ... allowed only a single and a double versus Highlanders ... struck out four and walked one ... did not permit a runner to advance past second base during impressive five-inning stint ... closed season with strong start against Boston College during elimination game of Austin Regional ... yielded just three runs on 10 hits

over 6.2 solid innings of work opposite third-seeded Eagles ... struck out six and walked two en route to gaining no-decision ... permitted just one extra-base hit in helping pitch Army to its first regional final ... posted earlier season victories over Sacred Heart and Holy Cross. 2008: Saw limited action during first six weeks of debut season due to injury ... factored prominently in club’s pitching efforts during final month of season ... flourished in relief role ... posted 1-0 record with two saves across 10 appearances ... drew one start ... fostered 3.15 earned run average ... logged 20.0 innings of mound work ... allowed only 16 base hits ... struck out 16 and walked 14 ... surrendered just four extra-base hits (all doubles) throughout season ... logged mound time in two of Black Knights’ six shutouts ... limited opponents to lowly .211 batting average ... especially effective against right-handed batters ... held right-handers to .180 batting average ... permitted just 11 base hits to right-handed hitters (11-61) ... allowed only seven base hits with runners on base (7-44) ... limited opponents to .159 batting average in those situations ... especially dominant in four Patriot League outings ... posted 1-0 record with two saves in conference action ... did not allow a run across 10.0 innings of work ... reached for just three base hits ... limited conference opponents to stingy .094 batting average ... strung together five consecutive scoreless appearances ... fired three shutout innings to help preserve 7-4 defeat of archrival Navy in service academy debut ... combined with Ben Koenigsfeld and Matt Fouch on shutouts of Holy Cross and Lehigh, respectively ... tossed two

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scoreless frames against Holy Cross, three opposite Lehigh ... added shutout stints versus Manhattan, Lafayette and Bucknell ... collected saves against Lehigh and Lafayette ... combined to fire five hitless innings of relief in those consecutive showings ... drew lone start against Marist in WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic ... permitted two runs and three hits in three innings of work in that outing ... struck out four and walked three ... did not factor in final decision. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Gary Simon at Lake Zurich High ... all-conference selection as a senior ... posted 1.50 earned run average that year ... established single season school record with 90 strikeouts over 65.0 innings of work ... helped squad to divisional championship during final campaign ... earned two varsity letters ... second team All-Midwest preseason selection ... earned additional varsity letter in bowling. PERSONAL: Given name is Kirk Joseph Porter ... born Oct. 28, 1988, in Wheeling, Ill. ... parents’ names are Sherry and Chip Porter ... majoring in Management.

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#1 ZACH PRICE 2B • L-R • 5-7 • 165 • SO. • 1VL CANTONMENT, FLA. J.M. TATE H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Impressive second baseman who took Patriot League by storm as freshman last spring ... accomplished offensive performer ... handles bat extremely well ... excellent contact hitter ... sprays line drives to all fields ... prototypical leadoff hitter ... boasts smooth batting stroke and deceptive power ... features ability to regularly reach outfield gaps ... boasts skill set necessary to make opposing pitcher work ... patient batter ... owns strong understanding of strike zone ... sees plethora of pitches during every plate appearance ... serves as effective catalyst for Army’s high-powered offense ... hands move quickly through hitting zone ... possesses excellent knowledge of game ... embraces leadoff role ... fine situational hitter ... excellent bunter ... solid defensive second baseman ... ranges well to left or right ... hails from baseball hotbed of state of Florida ... gritty performer ... loves getting uniform dirty ... expected to return to starting role at second base ... teams with All-America shortstop Clint Moore to form dynamic double-play combination ... letterman. MILESTONES: Became sixth Army player in six years named to Louisville Slugger Freshmen AllAmerica Team as chosen by Collegiate Baseball magazine last spring ... selected to Ping! Baseball magazine Third Team All-Freshman Team ... fourth Black Knight to garner Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors ... fourth Army freshman to garner first team All-Patriot League laurels ... two-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week ... owns Army single season records for games played (57 in 2009) and games started (53 in 2009) ... ranks second on Army’s single season walks list (39 in 2009), one shy of standard ... rmy freshman record-holder in games played, walks, on-base percentage (.480 in 2009), runs scored (59 in 2009) and stolen bases (14 in 2009) ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll following freshman campaign. 2009: Latest in long line of Army players named to Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America Team as chosen by Collegiate Baseball magazine ... only Patriot League player so honored ... selected to Ping! Baseball magazine Third Team All-Freshman Team

... fourth Black Knight to garner Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors and second consecutively ... fourth Army freshman to garner first team AllPatriot League laurels ... most recently followed in footsteps of Clint Moore as conference’s top rookie ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... assumed starting duties at second base early during debut campaign ... batted .355 with 10 doubles, two triples, 59 runs scored and 25 runs batted in ... served as Army’s leadoff hitter throughout season ... posted .480 on base percentage ... successful on 14 of 18 stolen base opportunities ... registered 21 multiple-hit games and seven multi-RBI showings ... led Patriot League in walks (39) and runs scored (59) ... also ranked among conference leaders in on-base percentage (3rd), stolen bases (3rd), base hits (8th) and batting average (11th) ... only second freshman in Army history to lead the team in runs scored and stolen bases ... established new school records for games played (57) and games started (53) ... only member of Black Knights’ record-setting team to appear in all 57 games ... fell just one walk shy of Army’s single-season record ... set new school freshman standard by authoring 16-game hitting streak late in the year ... entered Austin Regional having hit safely in 27 of his previous 28 contests and 11 games consecutively ... batted safely in two of four regional contests ... hit .286 with one double, three runs scored and two RBI during solid four-game effort in Texas ... established new freshman Army records for games played, walks, on-base percentage, runs scored and stolen bases ... batted .357 with runners in scoring position ... hit safely in 46 of 57 games overall ... batted .505 when leading off an inning ... successfully delivered base runner from second base with less than two outs on 11 of 12 occasions (.917) ... registered three hits three times ... scored at least two runs 16 times ... scored three runs in a game on seven occasions ... fashioned showy .967 fielding percentage ... committed just eight errors in 253 fielding chances ... participated in 42 of Army’s school-record total of 66 defensive double plays ... hit .425 with four doubles, two triples 25 runs scored and nine runs batted in during 20 Patriot League outings ... posted .534 slugging percentage and .506 on-base mark during conference action ... perfect in seven stolen base attempts opposite Patriot League competition ... posted .484 batting average with runners on base in conference action ... hit .471 with runners in scoring position ... put forth solid showing during first series against Navy ... batted .538 (7-13) with five runs scored, six runs batted in, five walks and four stolen bases in helping to lead Black Knights’ sixth consecutive se-

ries victory over their arch rivals ... posted .632 onbase percentage during four game conference set ... earned first Patriot League Rookie of Week citation on strength of that performance ... batted .588 during week overall ... garnered second conference rookie of the week certificate two weeks later ... hit .522 (12-23) in helping Black Knights to four wins in five games ... collected multiple-hit outings in all four games of Patriot League series victory over Lafayette ... registered three hits in three of those performances ... led twinbill sweep of Leopards by going 6-for-8 at plate with five runs scored and two runs batted in ... helped Army to Austin Regional Final by going 2-for-3 with two walks and two runs scored during elimination game win over Boston College ... named to Patriot League Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Todd Boyd at J.M. Tate High ... split time between second base and shortstop ... three-year letterman ... two-time team captain ... all-area selection ... active member of student council ... National Honor Society member ... selected as vice president of senior class. PERSONAL: Given name is Zachary Milton Price ... born Jan. 16, 1990, in Pensacola, Fla. ... parents’ names are Lesa and Greg Price ... enjoys playing ping pong ... majoring in Systems Engineering.

PRICE’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year Avg. 2009 .355 Totals .355

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GP-GS AB R 57-53 197 59 57-53 197 59

H 2B 3B 70 10 2 70 10 2

HR 0 0

RBI 25 25

TB SLG% 84 .426 84 .426

BB 39 39

HP 9 9

SO 30 30

GDP 3 3

OB% .480 .480

SF 1 1

SH 4 4

SB-A 14-18 14-18

PO A 91 142 91 142

E FLD% 8 .967 8 .967

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#34 ANDY SEAMAN RHP • R-R • 6-3 • 220 • JR. • 1VL COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO COEUR D’ALENE H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Steady right-hander capable of shouldering heavy workload ... versatile swing man comfortable starting or relieving ... always willing to take ball ... durable performer ... hard-working athlete with positive demeanor ... settled into long relief role out of Army bullpen during productive freshman campaign ... received spot duty out of Army bullpen as a sophomore ... pitches consistently in mid-80s ... features baffling changeup and developing curveball ... fierce competitor ... adds excellent length to Army relief corps ... working to improve consistency within strike zone ... letterman.

2009: Appeared in five contests ... used exclusively out of Army bullpen ... permitted 10 base hits in 3.2 innings of work ... walked three batters ... worked in relief against Davidson, Ohio State, Quinnipiac, Bucknell and Iona ... fired one perfect frame opposite Ohio State during final day of Black Knights’ spring trip to Florida ... tossed one shutout inning during Army’s home-opening defeat of Quinnipiac ... yielded one base hit and one base on balls versus Bobcats ... drew lone Patriot League work against Bucknell. 2008: Appeared in 13 contests ... worked almost exclusively out of Army bullpen ... drew two starting assignments ... registered 1-1 record with 7.43 earned run average ... allowed 30 base hits across 26.2 innings of work ... struck out 11 and walked 15 ... ranked tied for third among team leaders in appearances ... also listed seventh on squad in innings pitched ... recorded stints against Lehigh

and Bucknell in Patriot League play ... allowed one earned run over 2.1 innings of conference action for respectable 3.86 earned run average ... struck out two and walked two ... held Patriot foes to .143 batting average ... fired one scoreless inning of relief against highly regarded Louisiana-Lafayette in collegiate debut ... tossed two shutout innings during home date against Quinnipiac ... added one inning of shutout relief opposite Hudson Valley rival Marist and two scoreless frames versus Lehigh late in year ... garnered first collegiate win with five solid innings in starting date against Iona ... yielded Gaels two hits and one earned run during season-long stint ... permitted just one earned run during eight-inning stretch against Iona, Marist and Lehigh late in year ... effective span lowered seasonal ERA by more than two full runs. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Chris Stangel at Coeur d’Alene High ... two-sport standout ... starred in baseball and football ... three-time baseball letterwinner ... earned three all-league certificates on pitcher’s mound ... saw additional field duty at first base ... all-state hurler as a senior ... served as team captain that year ... played quarterback in football. PERSONAL: Given name is Andy Ray Seaman ... born Feb. 2, 1989, in Soldotna, Alaska ... parents’ names are Lora and Joe Seaman ... father, Joe, served in U.S. Marines ... Andy lists hunting, listening to music and playing whiffle ball as hobbies ... self proclaimed movie “buff” ... majoring in Management.

SEAMAN’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year ERA 2008 7.43 2009 17.18 Totals 8.60

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

APP 13 5 18

GS 2 0 2

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV IP 0/0 0 26.2 0/0 0 3.2 0/0 0 30.1

H 30 10 40

R 26 12 38

ER 22 7 29

BB 15 3 18

SO 11 0 11

AB 13 21 34

O/BA .280 .476 .313

WP 3 0 3

HBP 0 1 1

BK 0 1 1

PO 1 0 1

A 4 1 5

E FLD% 1 .833 0 1.000 1 .857

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#22 CODY SHORTER C • R-R • 6-2 • 210 • JR. SPRING, TEXAS KLEIN COLLINS H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Veteran reserve backstop within Army program ... spent first two seasons as top backup to Chris Simmons and J.T. Watkins, respectively... owns prototypical physical frame for catcher ... boasts strong, accurate throwing arm ... excellent receiver with ability to block balls in dirt ... improving handler of pitchers ... continues to refine all-around game ... improves with each practice session ... solid offensive performer ... line-drive hitter ... sprays ball to all fields ... hails from talent-rich state of Texas ... steady performer ... expected to return to reserve role this spring ... provides head coach Joe Sottolano with veteran presence off bench.

2009: Served as primary backup to starter J.T. Watkins throughout season ... appeared in 13 contests ... drew four starting assignments ... batted .333 with one double, one home run, two runs scored and three runs batted in during limited action ... garnered five base hits in 15 official plate appearances ... posted .600 slugging percentage and .444 on-base mark ... saw action in three Patriot League tilts ... drew reserve duty against Bucknell, Lehigh and Lafayette ... went 1-for-3 opposite conference pitching ... blasted first career home run during road victory over Lafayette ... went 2-for-3 with one double and one run batted in to aid home defeat of Iona ... marked lone multiple-hit showing of season ... hit .375 (3-8) as a starter ... registered RBI single off bench in only at-bat during season-opening win over Ohio ... slapped other hits against Long Island and Lafayette. 2008: Filled reserve role throughout season ... appeared in 11 contests ... drew four starting berths

... spelled veteran starter Chris Simmons behind plate for all those lead berths ... batted .273 with two runs scored and two runs batted in ... garnered three base hits in 11 official plate appearances ... earned five walks as well ... registered .273 slugging percentage and .529 on-base mark ... gained starts against Central Connecticut, Quinnipiac, Iona and Marist ... went 2-for-4 with one run scored and one RBI to aid win over Central Connecticut in first collegiate start ... notched one base hit and one run batted in during non-league victory over Iona. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Kent Meador at Klein Collins High ... three-time letterwinner for one of nation’s top teams ... helped club to state semifinals as a senior ... squad ranked second nationally that year ... split field duty between first base and catcher positions ... served as team captain during final campaign ... All-Greater Houston selection ... member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. PERSONAL: Given name is James Cody Shorter ... born Sept. 28, 1988, in Houston, Texas ... mother’s name is Peggy Mock ... father’s name is David Shorter ... enjoys hunting and fishing in spare time ... majoring in Engineering Management.

SHORTER’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

70

Avg. .273 .333 .308

GP-GS 11-4 13-4 24-8

AB 11 15 26

R 2 2 4

H 2B 3B 3 0 0 5 1 0 8 1 0

HR 0 1 1

RBI 2 3 5

TB SLG% 3 .273 9 .600 12 .462

BB 5 3 8

HP 1 0 1

SO 3 6 9

GDP 2 1 3

OB% .529 .444 .486

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 1 1

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 30 22 52

A 2 5 7

E FLD% 1 .970 1 .964 2 .967

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#19 CHRIS SIMPKINS RHP • R-R • 6-0 • 195 • SR. ORANGE PARK, FLA. RIDGEVIEW H.S. 2009: Appeared in one contest ... struck out only batter he faced during home win over Iona ... Black Knights routed Gaels by 20-5 margin.

MISCELLANEOUS: Versatile athlete who doubled as reserve infielder during freshman campaign ... focused solely on mound duties last two springs ... will return to relief role in Army bullpen this season ... sidewinding right-hander ... features excellent mound presence ... loves to compete ... sports great desire ... boasts considerable run on fastball ... expected to work out of Black Knights’ bullpen in long relief role ... could be used as right handed specialist as well ... saw limited game duty past two seasons. MILESTONES: Has yet to allow earned run over 5.2 innings of collegiate mound work ... stretch has spanned three years and six appearances.

2008: Saw action in two tilts ... did not allow earned run during two innings of work ... appeared in two contests of early season three-game set at Liberty ... allowed three hits overall ... permitted one unearned run during each one-inning stint opposite Flames. 2007: Drew three appearances on pitching mound ... saw action in one additional contest at shortstop ... posted 1-0 pitching record with spotless 0.00 earned run average ... allowed two hits and no runs across 3.1 impressive innings of work ... struck out one and walked three ... limited opponents to .182 batting average ... notched strong relief efforts against UNC Greensboro, Longwood and New York Tech ... yielded just one base hit over two innings during season-long stint against Longwood in home debut ... permitted just one base runner in that contest ... tossed one shutout inning of relief versus New York Tech as well ... helped Black Knights to dramatic come-from-behind victory against Bears with solid performance out of Army bullpen ... notched first career victory in that outing ... drew lone plate appearance during late-season matchup opposite Holy Cross ... helped Army to important victory that propelled Black Knights to second place in final regular season Patriot League standings ... spelled starter Tony Capozzi at shortstop during final innings of that crucial contest ... handled only defensive chance against visiting Crusaders flawlessly ... Army clinched second seed in Patriot League Tournament with win. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Bob Adamson at Ridgeview High ... earned three varsity letters on baseball diamond ... split time between pitcher’s mound and shortstop positions ... served as team captain during final two seasons. PERSONAL: Given name is Christopher Wayne Simpkins ... born Dec. 29, 1987, in Orange Park, Fla. ... parents’ names are Jackie and Charlie Simpkins ... majoring in Engineering Management.

SIMPKINS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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

APP 3 2 1 6

GS 0 0 0 0

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0

IP 3.1 2.0 0.1 5.2

H 2 3 0 5

R 0 2 0 2

ER 0 0 0 0

BB 3 0 0 3

SO 1 0 1 2

AB 11 9 1 21

O/BA .182 .333 .000 .238

WP 0 0 0 0

HBP 1 1 0 2

BK 0 0 0 0

PO 0 0 0 0

A 2 0 0 2

E FLD% 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 1 .000

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#30 COLBY SMITH C • R-R • 5-10 • 190 • SR. MONTGOMERY, TEXAS SECOND BAPTIST UPPER H.S. head coach Joe Sottolano with important late-game versatility ... selected by teammates to serve as one of squad’s captains this season ... shares duties with Ben Koenigsfeld.

MISCELLANEOUS: Hard working veteran backstop within Army program ... another member of Army’s “Texas Connection” ... versatile athlete capable of playing outfield as well ... solid hitter with ability to drive ball to outfield alleys ... possesses excellent presence at plate ... quiet leader ... expected to battle for playing time at catching position behind returning starter J.T. Watkins ... sat out freshman season due to arm injury ... runs very well ... valued pinch-runner during late-game situations ... utilized effectively in that role past two seasons ... adds to overall quality of Black Knights’ bench ... provides

2009: Saw action in six contests ... received reserve duty in all six affairs ... went hitless in four official plate appearances ... registered one walk and three runs scored ... successful on only stolen base attempt ... saw field action against Davidson, Ohio, Quinnipiac, Iona, Lehigh and NJIT ... drew one walk and scored two runs to aid home victory over Iona ... registered one run scored and one stolen base versus Davidson ... went 0-for-1 during only Patriot League showing against Lehigh. 2008: Appeared in six contests ... employed primarily in pinch-running role ... scored five runs off Army bench ... registered one base hit in two official plate appearances ... successful on both stolen base

attempts ... drew game showings against Liberty, Massachusetts, Bucknell (two), Iona and NJIT ... slapped RBI single and scored one run in first atbat of season during road date at Liberty ... scored two runs and stole two bases in non-league home defeat of Iona. 2008: Sat out season while rehabilitiating from arm surgery. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Jeff Schroeder at Second Baptist Upper High ... lettered three times in baseball and twice in football ... led squad to baseball state championship as a senior ... allstate selection in both baseball and football ... district most valuable player in both sports as well ... served as team captain in baseball and football during busy senior year ... standout running back on gridiron ... selected in 47th round of Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by New York Yankees following graduation. PERSONAL: Given name is Charles Colby Smith ... born Oct. 28, 1987, in Long Beach, Calif. ... parents’ names are Carol and Chris Smith ... father, Chris, currently serves as professional baseball scout for Cleveland Indians organization ... lists hobbies as wake boarding and attending concerts ... majoring in Engineering Management.

SMITH’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

72

Avg. .000 .500 .000 .167

GP-GS 0-0 6-0 6-0 12-0

AB 0 2 4 6

R 0 5 3 8

H 2B 3B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 0 1 0 1

TB SLG% 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 1 .167

BB 0 1 1 2

HP 0 0 0 0

SO 0 1 0 1

GDP 0 0 0 0

OB% .000 .667 .200 .375

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 1 0 1

SB-A 0-0 2-2 1-1 3-3

PO 0 0 6 6

A 0 0 2 2

E FLD% 0 .000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#4 J.T. WATKINS C • R-R • 5-11 • 180 • SO. • 1VL TUSCALOOSA, ALA. HILLCREST H.S. plate this spring ... durable performer capable of shouldering heavy workload ... key returning member of last year’s Patriot League-winning club. MILESTONES: Two-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week selection.

MISCELLANEOUS: Highly regarded backstop who assumed starting job behind plate immediately upon arrival at Academy ... hard-nosed competitor with fiery on-field demeanor ... steadily improved as rookie season progressed ... developed into impact player in head coach Joe Sottolano’s everyday lineup ... harbors great will to win ... student of game ... handles pitchers well ... hard worker with “blue collar” mentality ... understands how to call game ... boasts strong, accurate throwing arm and quick release ...capable of successfully checking opponent’s running game ... blocks ball well ... fine athlete with excellent agility behind plate ... boasts strong “feel” for game ... boasts take-charge leadership skills ... lends vocal presence behind dish ... proficient offensive performer ... line-drive hitter with ability to spray ball to all fields ... regularly reaches outfield gaps ... plays game with great deal of passion ... figures to return to starting role behind

2009: Earned starting job behind plate upon arrival at West Point ... held lead role throughout rookie campaign ... saw action in 56 of Black Knights’ 57 contests ... drew 53 starting assignments ... posted .256 batting average with six doubles, two home runs, 30 runs scored and 28 runs batted in ... finished with 54 total bases ... registered .329 slugging percentage and .323 on-base mark ... went 3-for-6 in stolen base attempts ... batted safely in 30 of 56 outings ... collected 10 multiple-hit showings ... slapped three hits on two occasions ... registered at least two runs batted in eight times ... authored season-long nine-game hitting streak ... batted .393 with six runs scored and six runs batted in during stretch ... hit .267 with runners in scoring position overall ... successfully scored runner from third base with less than two outs on 11 of 18 occasions for 61.1 percent success rate ... recorded 10 two-out runs batted in ... posted .400 batting average when leading off inning ... registered .991 fielding average ... committed just three fielding errors in 328 defensive chances ... threw out seven of 40 potential base-stealers for 17.5 success rate ... started all 20 Patriot League affairs ... batted .305 with two doubles, two home runs, 14 runs scored and 11 RBI in conference action ... collected 26 total bases during Patriot League play ... posted .441 slugging percentage and .369 on-base mark in league tilts ... successfully threw out four of 10 potential conference base-stealers ... batted .286 with runners in scoring position ... collected three multi-hit and three multi-RBI showings in league action ... raised overall seasonal batting average 23 percentage points over final 17 games ... hit .295 with five doubles, 13 runs scored and 15 runs batted in during hot stretch ... collected seven multiplehit showings during that span ... went 3-for-4 with one double, one run scored and two runs batted in to lead home win over NJIT ... enjoyed outstanding three-game series versus Highlanders ... batted .636 with three doubles, six runs scored and five runs batted in during impressive weekend showing ... earned second Patriot League Rookie of the Week certificate based on that performance ... went 2-for-3 with one run scored and season-high four runs batted in to aid Army’s 8-1 Patriot League Championship Series-clinching defeat of Lafayette in conference tournament ... posted three hits and

three runs scored to aid Black Knights’ regular-season victory over Lafayette as well ... registered first career home run and three RBI to lead home win against Holy Cross ... enjoyed outstanding regularseason series versus Crusaders ... batted .455 with one double, one home run, two runs scored and three runs batted in during four-game set ... threerun blast propelled Army to important 5-2 victory ... collected first Patriot League Rookie of Week citing for his efforts ... smacked other home run versus Lafayette ... went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and one run batted in during early season loss to nationally ranked Ohio State ... ended season on positive note during NCAA regional play ... went 2-for-4 with three runs scored against national No. 1 seed Texas in Austin Regional Final. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Todd Agee at Hillcrest High ... earned three varsity letters ... saw action at third base and in outfield, in addition to catching duties ... served as team captain each of final two seasons ... all-state selection ... established single season school home runs record as junior (14) ... helped squad to 6A Alabama state title during junior campaign ... part of coach John Rushing’s Post 34 squad that won 2007 Alabama American Legion state championship. PERSONAL: Given name is James Terrell Watkins ... born Aug. 30, 1989, in Wichita Falls, Texas ... parents’ names are Paula and Danny Watkins ... father, Danny, holds scouting position within Boston Red Sox organization ... father also lettered in baseball at Georgia Tech ... majoring in Operations Research.

WATKINS’ CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year Avg. 2009 .256 Totals .256

GP-GS AB R 56-53 164 30 56-53 164 30

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

H 2B 3B 42 6 0 42 6 0

HR 2 2

RBI 28 28

TB SLG% 54 .329 54 .329

BB 13 13

HP 5 5

SO 27 27

GDP 6 6

OB% .323 .323

SF 4 4

SH 8 8

SB-A 3-6 3-6

PO A 294 34 294 34

E FLD% 3 .991 3 .991

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#36 SHAUN WIXTED 3B-OF • R-R • 6-4 • 210 • JR. MATTHEWS, N.C. BUTLER H.S. who loves game ... provides quality depth behind returning starting cast ... handles bat well ... lends solid insurance off bench.

MISCELLANEOUS: Versatile athlete capable of handling all four infield positions and both corner outfield slots ... solid defender ... boasts “rifle-like” throwing arm across diamond ... features excellent fielding range ... sound fundamental performer ... slick fielder with extremely soft hands ... provides head coach Joe Sottolano with tremendous flexibility along infield ... expected to add outfield duties to resume this spring ... could see majority of playing time at third base ... improving offensive player ... boasts interesting power potential ... hard worker

2009: Filled reserve role at third base throughout junior campaign ... saw action in six contests, all in reserve ... went hitless in five plate appearances ... drew field duty against Davidson, Ohio, USC-Upstate, Quinnipiac, Columbia and Iona ... scored one run during home defeat of Iona. 2008: Appeared in 15 contests ... drew two starts at third base ... spelled injured starter J.P. Polchinski with lead cast midway through season ... served as primary backup to classmate Clint Moore at shortstop and Polchinski at third base majority of season ... batted .316 with two doubles, four runs scored and one run batted in ... collected two walks ... posted .421 slugging percentage and .381 onbase mark ... went 2-for-5 with one double, two

runs scored and one RBI during second career start versus Columbia ... marked only multiple-hit outing of season ... ripped other double in reserve showing at Liberty earlier in year ... registered base hits against Maryland-Baltimore County, Liberty (twice), Bucknell and Columbia ... also received field duty opposite likes of Louisiana-Lafayette, Oral Roberts, Texas Tech, Maryland-Baltimore County, Massachusetts, Bucknell, Iona, Marist and NJIT. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Kim Cousar at Butler High ... two-sport standout ... starred in both basketball and baseball ... earned three varsity letters in both sports ... saw majority of playing time at third base on diamond ... handled small forward position on hardwood ... served as team captain in both sports during senior campaign ... earned school’s Bulldog Award ... honor recognizes excellence in leadership ... helped baseball and hoops squads to conference championships as a senior ... served as vice president of student council. PERSONAL: Given name is Shaun Patrick Wixted ... born Jan. 19, 1989, in Allentown, Pa. ... parents’ names are Betsy and Michael Wixted ... majoring in Systems Management.

WIXTED’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 Totals

74

Avg. .316 .000 .250

GP-GS 15-2 6-0 21-2

AB 19 5 24

R 4 1 5

H 2B 3B 6 2 0 0 0 0 6 2 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 0 1

TB SLG% 8 .421 0 .000 8 .333

BB 2 0 2

HP 0 0 0

SO 4 1 5

GDP 2 0 2

OB% .381 .000 .308

SF 0 0 0

SH 2 0 2

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO A 3 11 0 0 3 11

E FLD% 4 .778 4 .000 8 .636

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#32 MICKEY BOZEK LHP • L-L • 5-11 • 177 • SO. CLIFTON, VA. CENTREVILLE H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Morgan Spencer at Centreville High ... lettered three times on baseball diamond ... split time between outfield and pitcher’s mound ... served as team captain during senior campaign ... played defensive back in football as well ... two-time all-district hurler on baseball diamond. MISCELLANEOUS: Reserve member of Army pitching staff ... southpaw hurler who figures to vie for relief role in Army bullpen ... crafty left-hander ... repertoire includes sinking fastball, sweeping curveball and improving changeup ... excellent athlete ... fields position well ... agile defender with fine quickness ... expected to challenge for midweek innings out of Army bullpen. 2009: Did not appear in a varsity contest.

PERSONAL: Given name is Michael Franks Bozek ... born Oct. 16, 1989, in Bad Kissingen, Germany ... parents’ names are Margie and Greg Bozek ... father, Greg, graduated from West Point in 1979 ... retired from U.S. Army with rank of lieutenant colonel ... maternal grandfather, Fred Franks, graduated from West Point in 1959 ... retired from U.S. Army with rank of General after commanding Gulf War coalition VII Corps ... Mickey enjoys playing guitar in free time ... majoring in Engineering Psychology.

#23 MATT CAMPBELL 2B-SS-3B • R-R • 5-9 • 195 • JR. HOUSTON, TEXAS SECOND BAPTIST H.S. (USMAPS) 2008: Did not participate with Army baseball program ... spent previous fall with Army football team.

MISCELLANEOUS: Interesting import from Army football program ... highly regarded infielder during high school days ... focused efforts as placekicker on Black Knights’ football team first two years in Black, Gold and Gray ... returned baseball to resume during winter months ... slick-fielding middle infielder ... versatile athlete capable of playing second base, shortstop and third base positions ... expected to fill reserve role at all three spots this spring ... handled kickoff duties for Army football team last fall ... kicked field goals and extra points as a sophomore ... product of USMA Prep School ... owns two varsity letters in football. 2009: Did not participate with Army baseball program ... spent previous fall with Army football team ... served as Army’s starting placekicker throughout season.

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

HIGH SCHOOL: Played baseball for head coach Charlie Sullivan at DeMatha High ... three-sport standout ... played on seven championship teams in three sports ... member of seven squads that garnered national rankings ... garnered four varsity letters in baseball, three in football and two in basketball ... served as team captain in both football and baseball during busy senior year ... basketball team ranked in top five nationally by several media outlets final year ... baseball squad was ranked in Top 25 nationally by USA Today all four years ... split time between shortstop and catcher on baseball diamond ... two-time all-state performer in baseball ... all-county choice as well ... played point guard position in basketball ... selected “Most Athletic” member of senior class. PERSONAL: Given name is Matthew Scott Campbell ... born Nov. 5, 1987, in Alexandria, Va. ... parents’ names are Robert and Katherine Campbell ... brother, Robbie, lettered four times in baseball at East Tennessee State University ... Matt enjoys playing golf in spare time ... majoring in American Law and Legal Studies.

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#5 MATTHEW CARTER OF • L-L • 5-10 • 175 • SO. EL PASO, TEXAS EASTWOOD H.S. (USMAPS) 2009: Appeared in one contest ... drew late game reserve duty during Black Knights’ home nonleague defeat of Columbia ... did not figure statistically against Lions.

MISCELLANEOUS: Earned Black Knights’ roster spot as “walk-on” with strong showing one year ago ... spent last season as reserve outfielder on Army roster ... caught attention of coaching staff with desired versatility ... solid outfield defender ... capable of playing left field or center field ... exciting offensive prospect as well ... features impressive left-handed batting stroke at plate ... owns great deal of natural ability ... slotted for reserve role once again this spring ... provides valuable left-handed bat in reserve ... may see additional playing time as defensive replacement ... boasts selfless attitude ... product of USMA Prep School.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Ruly Medrano at Eastwood High ... earned two varsity letters ... served as team captain during senior campaign ... two-time all-district selection in outfield ... garnered pair of all-city citations as well ... named district rookie of the year as a junior ... played golf during one-year stay at USMA Prep School. PERSONAL: Given name is Matthew Wade Carter ... born May 19, 1989, in El Paso, Texas ... parents’ names are Yvette and Michael Carter ... father, Michael, retired from U.S. Army with rank of major ... Matthew enjoys “off-roading” and playing golf in spare time ... majoring in Engineering Management.

#11 WILL HAGA RHP • R-R • 6-4 • 200 • SO. PONTE VERDA BEACH, FLA. NEASE H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Another gifted young arm within Army program ... lanky right hander with three-pitch arsenal ... features darting fastball, solid curveball and improving changeup ... throws all three pitches for strikes ... boasts great deal of mound saavy ... understands game ... knows how to get batters out ... carries well conceived game plan into every pitch ... velocity should increase with additional maturity ... saw limited action during rookie campaign ... expected to challenge for midweek innings during sophomore showing ... could fill starting or relief role ... possesses ability to shoulder heavy workload ... innings-eater with hard-nosed approach to game ... hails from talent-rich state of Florida ... impressed in small work sample last spring ... could receive additional mound duty this time around.

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2009: Appeared in two contests ... posted pair of shutout efforts ... went 1-0 with 0.00 earned run average ... permitted just two base hits across six innings of work ... struck out three and walked two ... limited opponents to .100 batting average ... fired one shutout inning of relief against Davidson during collegiate debut ... allowed one hit, while striking out one and walking one opposite Wildcats ... tossed five shutout frames in first career start six weeks later against Long Island ... retired first five batters he faced before allowing walk in second inning ... yielded only hit in fourth ... escaped both frames unscathed ... earned first collegiate victory during impressive home showing versus Blackbirds ... combined with four relievers on shutout win. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Greg Mullins at Nease High ... earned three varsity letters ... saw action at first base in addition to pitching duties ... honorable mention all-state selection ... served as team captain during senior campaign. PERSONAL: Given name is Will Dare Haga ... born Aug. 3, 1989, in Huntington, W.Va. ... parents’ names are Ellen and Howard Haga ... majoring in Engineering Management.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#10 SCOTT LUCADO RHP • R-R • 6-2 • 180 • SO. AUSTIN, TEXAS. WESTLAKE H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Promising right-handed pitching prospect ... hails from talent-rich state of Texas ... rangy right hander with solid arsenal of pitches ... pitches comfortably in mid-to-upper-80s ... boasts formidable curveball and effective changeup ... working hard to add slider to mix ... understands how to work batters ... consistent strike-thrower ... velocity should increase over time ... played for Austin Wings baseball squad three summers ago ... club is recognized as one of country’s top summer travel teams ... harbors world of potential ... received sprinkling of relief work with big club during rookie campaign ... could develop into valuable resource on Army staff with added seasoning ... expected to challenge for midweek mound work during sophomore showing ... may see additional innings out of Army bullpen during Patriot League weekends.

2009: Appeared in three contests ... used exclusively out of Black Knights’ bullpen ... did not factor into decision ... posted 9.00 earned run average ... permitted five hits and four runs over four innings of work ... walked six batters in that span ... tossed one scoreless inning of relief during collegiate debut versus George Mason ... permitted one hit and one walk against Patriots ... logged additional bullpen stints opposite Holy Cross and Manhattan ... yielded two hits and one run during initial Patriot League showing against Crusaders that spanned 1.2 innings ... touched for three runs on two hits during home tilt versus Manhattan. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Jim Davilek at Westlake High ... two-time letterwinner ... earned pair of all-district citations ... helped squad win two district championships ... team reached regional semifinals on two occasions as well. PERSONAL: Given name is James Scott Lucado ... born June 7, 1989, in Dallas, Texas ... parents’ names are Robin and Jeff Lucado ... enjoys fishing in spare time ... majoring in Systems Management.

#39 JOHN BUCKLEY RHP • R-R • 5-8 • 160 • FR. HOUSTON, TEXAS SECOND BAPTIST H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Jeff Schroeder at Second Baptist High ... earned four varsity letters ... saw action in outfield and on pitcher’s mound ... all-district selection ... helped squad to 2006 Texas 5A state championship ... lettered four times in football as well ... standout running back on gridiron ... all-district choice in backfield ... two-time team captain ... served as student body president. MISCELLANEOUS: Interesting newcomer to Army program ... submarine specialist ... provides head coach Joe Sottolano with different look out of Black Knights’ bullpen ... capable of retiring both righthanded batters and left-handers alike ... exceptionally tough on right-handers when commanding strike zone ... induces ground balls with regularity ... possesses excellent sink and arm-side run on fastball ... boasts effective slider as well ... excellent athlete who fields position very well ... owns strong “feel” for game ... sports tireless work ethic and great will to win ... hails from talent-rich state of Texas ... helped high school team advance deep into state tournament ... expected to vie for midweek relief work during rookie campaign.

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

PERSONAL: Given name is John Edward Buckley ... born Nov. 24, 1990, in Houston, Texas ... parents’ names are Lela and Mike Buckley ... maternal grandfather, Bill Patton, retired from U.S. Air Force with rank of colonel ... enjoys reading, listening to music and watching movies in free time ... major is undeclared.

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#13 KEN JACKSON RHP • R-R • 6-2 • 200 • FR. PEACHTREE CITY, GA. STARR’S MILL H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Exciting new pitching prospect added to Black Knights’ stable of quality arms ... lanky right-hander ... possess unorthodox pitching delivery ... helped high school team reach finals of state tournament ... served as squad’s closer out of bullpen ... touched 91 miles-per-hour on radar gun during senior campaign ... three-pitch arsenal includes developing curveball and improving changeup ... boasts ability to get batters out ... understands game ... adept at setting up hitters ... fine athlete ... fields position well ... possesses excellent work ethic ... could see midweek action as starter during freshman campaign ... may factor into head coach Joe Sottolano’s bullpen plans during Patriot League weekends ... expected to make significant contributions during rookie season ... intriguing new addition to Army pitching staff ... could make impact immediately ... newcomer to watch.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Brent Mosley at Starr’s Mill High ... earned three varsity letters ... split time between outfield and pitcher’s mound ... posted sparkling 1.41 earned run average during senior campaign ... helped squad reach state finals as a senior ... all-county selection ... named state of Georgia AAAA player of the year that season ... standout free safety in football as well ... all-county choice on gridiron ... received Coca-Cola Golden Helmet Award and team academic award ... served as team captain in both sports during final showing. PERSONAL: Given name is Kenneth Philip Jackson ... born April 23, 1991, in Greensboro, N.C. ... parents’ names are Nancy and Don Jackson ... brother, Keith, currently holds rank of second lieutenant in U.S. Army ... currently attending Dental School at University of Pennsylvania ... major is undeclared.

#35 ANDREW JOHNSON C • R-R • 6-0 • 170 • FR. ELMHURST, ILL. YORK COMMUNITY H.S. able player honors during senior season ... served as team captain that year as well ... earned additional varsity letter in football ... spent majority of time at wide receiver position on gridiron.

MISCELLANEOUS: Fundamentally sound backstop ... possesses solid receiving skills ... features strong, accurate throwing arm ... slotted for reserve duty behind plate this season ... expected to battle for playing time behind starter J.T. Watkins and veteran backup Cody Shorter ... boasts tireless work ethic ... frames pitches well ... soft-handed athlete with ability to handle pitching staff ... improving offensive player ... adds quality depth to Black Knights’ backstop cast.

PERSONAL: Given name is Andrew Christian Johnson ... born June 20, 1991, in Elmhurst, Ill. ... parents’ names are Camille and Robert Johnson ... mother, Camille, lettered in field hockey at Valparaiso University ... both parents currently work at Loyola University in Chicago ... big fan of Chicago professional sports teams ... major is undeclared.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach John Walters at York Community High ... garnered pair of varsity letters behind plate ... all-conference choice ... twotime all-area selection ... earned team most valu-

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#25 SEAN McILROY 1B-DH-RHP • R-R • 6-3 • 200 • FR. TULSA, OKLA. BISHOP KELLEY H.S. reserve cast ... lengthens bench considerably ... provides Black Knights with valued left-handed power threat ... could fill dangerous late-inning pinch-hitting role during rookie campaign ... provides Black Knights with viable longball threat in reserve ... impact player-in-the-making.

MISCELLANEOUS: Dual-position prospect within Army program ... versatile athlete ... blessed with great deal of natural ability ... powerful left-handed hitter with ability to excel off pitching mound as well ... features mid-80s fastball with deceptive sink and arm-side run off “bump” ... boasts solid breaking ball and effective changeup ... expected to receive mound work out of Black Knights’ bullpen ... could develop into valuable weapon in relief ... interesting offensive performer as well ... line-drive hitter with plus power ... capable of regularly driving ball to outfield gaps ... accomplished run-producer during high school career ... could receive at-bats out of designated hitter’s role ... impressive physical specimen ... adds quality depth to head coach Joe Sottolano’s

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Scott Ellis at Bishop Kelly ... three-time letterwinner ... saw action on pitcher’s mound and at first base ... garnered two additional varsity letters as shooting guard in basketball. PERSONAL: Given name is Sean Arthur McIlroy ... born Aug. 15, 1990, in Tulsa, Okla. ... parents’ names are Bonnie and Art McIlroy ... enjoys hunting in free time ... major is undeclared.

#7 CLAYTON MOSLEY OF • R-R • 6-3 • 195 • FR. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS H.S. ... hails from talent-rich state of Florida ... exciting young player who projects to starting role as quickly as this spring.

MISCELLANEOUS: Highly regarded newcomer to Army program ... talented outfielder with ability to make major impact as freshman ... possesses above-average natural skill set ... plus defender with excellent speed ... outstanding athlete with keen outfield instincts ... features ability to track down balls hit to deepest reaches of power alleys ... not afraid to get uniform dirty ... adept at laying out to snare potential base hits ... boasts outstanding physical frame ... high-end talent with reservoir of potential ... capable of playing all three outfield positions ... expected to challenge immediately for starting berth in center field ... hard worker with terrific makeup ... improves with every practice session ... continues to make strides offensively ... determined to succeed ... highly coachable ... boasts bright future in Black, Gold and Gray ... will be counted on for significant contributions during rookie campaign

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Alan Mattox at Keystone Heights High ... dual-position standout ... split time between outfield and pitcher’s mound ... garnered four varsity letters ... all-state outfield choice during final season ... named to Florida Coaches All-Star squad as a senior ... honorable mention all-state honoree off pitcher’s mound as a junior ... all-area selection that year as well ... twotime all-league outfield honoree ... helped team to state semifinals as a junior ... named to Perfect Game Top Prospect team ... lettered twice in football ... saw action at quarterback and free safety on gridiron ... chosen “Most Athletic” member of senior class ... served as senior class vice president ... student council treasurer ... member of National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Given name is Clayton Edwin Mosley ... born March 1, 1991, in Gainesville, Fla. ... parents’ names are Jodi and Mark Mosley ... maternal grandfather, Joseph Ponder, retired from U.S. Navy ... served tour in Vietnam ... Clayton enjoys spending time with family and campting ... major is undeclared.

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#27 MITCHELL OLSON LHP • L-L • 6-0 • 215 • FR. TACOMA, WASH. BELLARMINE PREP H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Rick Barnhart at Bellarmine Prep ... four-time letterwinner ... twotime all-league pitching selection ... saw additional playing time at first base ... served as team captain during each of final two seasons.

MISCELLANEOUS: Interesting freshman pitching prospect ... strike-throwing southpaw ... fastball features live darting action ... works in low-to-mid80s ... boasts fading changeup and improving curveball ... particularly tough on left-handed batters ... projects to relief role ... could handle duties as valued situational left-hander ... expected to vie for midweek innings during debut campaign ... hardworking newcomer with great will to succeed ... solid athlete ... fields position well ... provides added depth to multi-faceted Army bullpen.

PERSONAL: Given name is Mitchell Steven Olson ... born June 26, 1989, in Seattle, Wash. ... parents’ names are Victoria and Steven Olson ... uncles, Andy Olson and Paul Olson, both served in U.S. Marines Corps ... paternal grandfather, Richard Olson, served in U.S. Army during World War II ... Mitchell attended Marion Military Institute for one year following graduation from high school ... retains three years of collegiate athletic eligibility ... enjoys working out in free time ... major is undeclared.

#3 KRAMER PEAK C • R-R • 6-2 • 205 • FR. BATON ROUGE, LA. EPISCOPAL H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Impressive young backstop newly imported to Army program ... possesses outstanding physical strength ... powerful right-handed hitter with plus power ... features ability to drive ball to outfield field gaps with authority ... rifles line drives to all fields ... burgeoning longball threat ... dangerous run-producer ... projects to valuable home run threat in middle of Army batting order ... continues to refine receiving skills ... defensive efficiency should increase as comfort level behind plate continues to rise ... should vie for playing time behind returning starter J.T. Watkins and veteran backup Cody Shorter during rookie campaign ... could shoulder pinch-hitting duties ... provides Black Knights with dangerous power source off bench ... may receive additional midweek plate appearances at designated hitter’s spot.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Chris Counts at Episcopal High ... standout catcher who started all four seasons throughout high school career ... captured first team all-district honors all four years ... all-metro selection as a senior ... earned first team all-state laurels that season as well ... chosen district most valuable player ... garnered academic all-state laurels ... named team’s offensive and defensive most valuable player as a senior ... state of Louisiana all-star selection that year ... served as team captain during final campaign ... helped squad to district championship in 2007 ... earned additional varsity letter in football ... spent time at safety on gridiron ... high school rival of current Army teammate Michael Sands. PERSONAL: Given name is David Kramer Peak ... born Sept. 13, 1990, in Baton Rouge, La. ... parents’ names are Libby and Craig Peak ... maternal grandfather, Burrell Carter, retired from U.S. Army with rank of captain ... served as Judge Advocate General officer ... enjoys spending time with family and friends in free time ... lists hobbies as hunting and fishing ... major is undeclared.

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

#15 CHRIS ROWLEY RHP • R-R • 6-1 • 185 • FR. DULUTH, GA. SOUTH FORSYTH H.S. Army program ... expected to shoulder significant role on Black Knights’ pitching staff for years to come ... could make major contributions as quickly as this spring ... exciting young newcomer ... latest in long line of skilled Army hurlers.

MISCELLANEOUS: Talented member of Black Knights’ freshman class ... high-end starting pitching prospect with plus makeup ... outstanding athlete with keen “feel” for game ... understands how to get batters out ... fierce competitor with strong will to win ... sports “bulldog” mentality ... gritty performer ... repertoire features hard-riding fastball, bending breaking ball and effective changeup ... fastball sits in mid-to-upper-80s ... projects to regular turn in Army’s weekend pitching rotation ... could settle into midweek starting role during freshman season ... expected to log work out of Army bullpen during Patriot League weekends this spring ... valuable commodity at head coach Joe Sottolano’s disposal during long four game conference sets ... fields position extremely well ... hails from baseball hotbed of state of Georgia ... owns bright future in

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Jamie Corr at South Forsyth High ... three-time letterwinner ... standout starting pitcher ... three-time all-area selection ... two-time all-region choice ... named county pitcher of the year each of final two seasons ... named to Georgia Dugout Club’s “Top 10 Players to Watch” list ... established school records for victories, strikeouts and earned run average on career level ... helped pitch team to state runnerup status as a senior ... club posted sterling 31-5 record and was ranked ninth nationally by USA Today ... earned three additional varsity letters in basketball ... shooting guard and small forward on hardwood. PERSONAL: Given name is Christopher Ryan Rowley ... born Aug. 14, 1990, in Atlanta, Ga. ... parents’ names are Dawn and Darryl Rowley ... lists hobbies as wakeboarding and snowboarding ... also enjoys playing basketball in free time ... major is undeclared.

#28 MICHAEL SANDS OF • R-R • 5-11 • 180 • FR. BATON ROUGE, LA. UNIVERSITY H.S.

MISCELLANEOUS: Powerfully built athlete with array of natural ability ... features plus speed and plus arm ... versatile athlete capable of playing either corner outfield spot ... boasts great deal of physical strength ... solid defender whose tools translate best to left field position ... accomplished offensive performer with knack for playing with center of bat ... possesses ability to drive balls to outfield gaps ... sprays line drives to all fields ... adept at delivering runners from scoring position ... should challenge for playing time in left field as quickly as this spring ... hard worker with great approach to game ... brings great deal of energy to field every day ... improves with each practice session ... expected to make immediate contributions during initial season in Black, Gold and Gray in either starting or reserve capacity ... valued addition to Army program.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Burke Broussard at University High ... three-time letterwinner ... earned pair of all-district certificates ... all-state choice as a senior ... named district most valuable player that year ... served as team captain during final campaign ... helped squad to pair of district championships ... earned three additional varsity letters in football ... two-way standout ... starred at wide receiver and defensive back on gridiron ... high school rival of current Army teammate Kramer Peak. PERSONAL: Given name is Michael Timothy Sands ... born Aug. 26, 1990, in Lansdale, Pa. ... parents’ names are Joanne and Timothy Sands ... uncle, John Marrone, served as major in U.S. Air Force ... Michael lists fishing as hobby ... enjoys eating crawfish ... major is undeclared.

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TELEVISION/RADIO ROSTER

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ZACH PRICE 2B •So. • L-R Cantonment, Fla. J.M. Tate H.S.

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BRANDON HINES

3B-1B • Jr. • R-R Yorba Linda, Calif. Esperanza H.S. (USMAPS)

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LOGAN LEE

LHP • So. • R-L Laguna Niguel, Calif. Aliso Niguel H.S.

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RYAN DAVIS

RHP • So. • R-R Chandler, Ariz. Chandler H.S.

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SHAUN WIXTED

3B-OF • Jr. • R-R Matthews, N.C. Butler H.S.

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STEVE MAY

3B-2B-SS • So. • R-R Chesterfield, Mo. Parkway West H.S.

10

SCOTT LUCADO

RHP • So. • R-R Austin, Texas Westlake H.S.

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MATT FOUCH

LHP • Sr. • L-L Stafford, Va. Colonial Forge H.S.

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MICHAEL SANDS

OF • Fr. • R-R Baton Rouge, La. University H.S

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KIRK PORTER

RHP • Jr. • R-R Lake Zurich, Ill. Lake Zurich H.S.

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KRAMER PEAK C • Fr. • R-R Baton Rouge, La. Episcopal H.S.

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WILL HAGA

RHP • So. • R-R Ponte Verda Beach, Fla. Nease H.S.

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BEN KOENIGSFELD

RHP-OF-1B • Jr. • R-R New Port Richey, Fla. Ridgewood H.S.

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CLINT MOORE

SS • Jr. • R-R Greensboro, N.C. Grimsley H.S.

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MANNY FERNANDEZ

RHP • So. • R-R Homestead, Fla. Florida Christian H.S.

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

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J.T. WATKINS C • So. • R-R Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hillcrest H.S.

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CODY MURTLE

OF • So. • R-R Huntersville, N.C. Hopewell H.S.

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CODY SHORTER

C • Jr. • R-R Spring, Texas Klein Collins H.S.

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COLBY SMITH

C • Sr. • R-R Montgomery, Texas Second Baptist Upper H.S.

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JOE SOTTOLANO Head Coach 11th Season

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MATTHEW CARTER

OF • So. • L-L El Paso, Texas Eastwood H.S. (USMAPS)

13

KEN JACKSON

RHP • Fr. • R-R Peachtree City, Ga. Starr’s Mill H.S.

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MATT CAMPBELL

2B-SS-3B • Jr. • R-R Lothian, Md. DeMatha H.S. (USMAPS)

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JOEY HENSHAW

LHP-DH-1B • Jr. • L-L Gainesville, Ga. North Hall H.S.

6

MATT REID Assistant Coach 3rd Season

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CLAYTON MOSLEY

OF • Fr. • R-R Keystone Heights, Fla. Keystone Heights H.S.

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KEVIN McKAGUE

1B-RHP • Jr. • R-R Fayetteville, N.C. Britt H.S.

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KYLE BRUEGGEMANN

RHP • So. • R-R Olathe, Kan. Olathe East H.S

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STEVE CUMMINGS

LHP • Sr. • L-L West Chester, Pa. West Chester East H.S.

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BRYAN PRICE

Assistant Coach 1st Season

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DAVID DARNELL

OF • Jr. • R-R Phoenix, Ariz. Mountain Pointe H.S.

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CHRIS ROWLEY

RHP • Fr. • R-R Duluth, Ga. South Forsyth H.S.

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SEAN McILROY

1B-DH-RHP • Fr. • L-R Tulsa, Okla. Bishop Kelley H.S.

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ANDY SEAMAN

RHP • Jr. • R-R Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Coeur d’Alene H.S.

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ANTHONY DeCICCO

Assistant Coach 1st Season

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PITCHERS No. 10 11 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 24 25 26 27 31 32 33 34 39 40 44

Name Scott Lucado Will Haga Ken Jackson Kevin McKague** Chris Rowley Logan Lee* Matt Fouch*** Chris Simpkins Ben Koenigsfeld** Kyle Brueggemann* Sean McIlroy Ryan Davis* Mitchell Olson Joey Henshaw** Mickey Bozek Steve Cummings*** Andy Seaman* John Buckley Kirk Porter** Manny Fernandez*

Yr. Pos. Hgt. So. RHP 6-2 So. RHP 6-4 Fr. RHP 6-2 Jr. 1B-RHP 6-5 Fr. RHP 6-1 So. LHP 6-0 Sr. LHP 6-1 Sr. RHP 6-0 Jr. RHP-OF-1B 6-3 So. RHP 6-3 Fr. 1B-DH-RHP 6-3 So. RHP 6-3 Fr. LHP 6-0 Jr. DH-1B-LHP 6-7 So. LHP 5-11 Sr. LHP 6-3 Jr. RHP 6-3 Fr. RHP 5-8 Jr. RHP 6-5 So. RHP 6-0

No. 3 4 22 30 35

Name Kramer Peak J.T. Watkins* Cody Shorter Colby Smith Andrew Johnson

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

Wgt. 180 200 200 230 185 190 180 195 210 206 200 161 215 250 177 195 220 160 225 209

B-T R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R R-L L-L R-R R-R R-R L-R R-R L-L L-L L-L L-L R-R R-R R-R R-R

Hometown/High School Austin, Texas/Austin Ponte Verda Beach, Fla./Nease Peachtree City, Ga./Starr’s Mill Fayetteville, N.C./Britt Duluth, Ga./South Forsyth Laguna Niguel, Calif./Aliso Niguel Stafford, Va./Colonial Forge Orange Park, Fla./Ridgeview New Port Richey, Fla./Ridgewood Olathe, Kan./Olathe East Tulsa, Okla./Bishop Kelley Chandler, Ariz./Chandler Tacoma, Wash./Bellarmine Prep Gainesville, Ga./North Hall Clifton, Va./Centreville West Chester, Pa./West Chester East Coeur d’Alene, Idaho/Coeur d’Alene Houston, Texas/Second Baptist Lake Zurich, Ill./Lake Zurich Homestead, Fla./Florida Christian

CATCHERS Pos. C C C C C

Hgt. 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-0

Wgt. 205 180 210 190 170

B-T R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R

Hometown/High School Baton Rouge, La./Episcopal Tuscaloosa, Ala./Hillcrest Spring, Texas/Klein Collins Montgomery, Texas/Second Baptist Upper Elmhurst, Ill./York Community

INFIELDERS No. 1 2 9 14 21 23 25 29 31 36

Name Zach Price* Steve May Brandon Hines Kevin McKague** Ben Koenigsfeld** Matt Campbell Sean McIlroy Clint Moore** Joey Henshaw** Shaun Wixted

Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Pos. 2B 3B-2B-SS 3B-1B 1B-RHP RHP-OF-1B 2B-SS-3B 1B-DH-RHP SS DH-1B-LHP 3B-OF

Hgt. 5-7 5-9 6-1 6-5 6-3 5-9 6-3 5-11 6-7 6-4

No. 5 7 8 12 21 28 36

Name Matthew Carter Clayton Mosley David Darnell* Cody Murtle* Ben Koenigsfeld** Michael Sands Shaun Wixted

Yr. Pos. Hgt. So. OF 5-10 Fr. OF 6-3 Jr. OF 5-9 So. OF 6-2 Jr. RHP-OF-1B 6-3 Fr. OF 5-11 Jr. 3B-OF 6-4

Wgt. 165 170 195 230 210 195 200 190 250 210

B-T L-R R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R L-R R-R L-L R-R

Hometown/High School Cantonment, Fla./J.M. Tate Chesterfield, Mo./Parkway West Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) Fayetteville, N.C./Britt New Port Richey, Fla./Ridgewood Lothian, Md./DeMatha (USMAPS) Tulsa, Okla./Bishop Kelley Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley Gainesville, Ga./North Hall Matthews, N.C./Butler

OUTFIELDERS Wgt. 175 195 170 210 210 180 210

B-T L-L R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R R-R

Hometown/High School El Paso,Texas/Eastwood (USMAPS) Keystone Heights, Fla./Keystone Hgts. Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell New Port Richey, Fla./Ridgewood Baton Rouge, La./University Matthews, N.C./Butler

*Denotes Varsity Letters Earned (16) Baseball Staff: Head Coach: 16 Joe Sottolano (Ithaca ‘90); Assistant Coach: 6 Matt Reid (Richmond ‘02); Assistant Coach: 37 Bryan Price (West Point ‘98); Assistant Coach: 38 Anthony DeCicco (Eastern Connecticut State ‘01); Officer Representative: Col. Tim Trainor (West Point ‘83); Athletic Trainer: Ian Baldwin (Missouri ‘07); Senior Associate Athletic Director: Bob Beretta (St. Bonaventure ‘87)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Mickey BOZEK ............................................ BO-zick Kyle BRUEGGEMANN...................... BRU-guh-men David DARNELL .......................................Dar-NELL Anthony DeCICCO ..........................Duh-CHEEK-oh Matt FOUCH ............. FOUCH (rhymes with couch) Will HAGA................................................. HAGG-uh Ben KOENIGSFELD ......................... KAY-niggs-feld Scott LUCADO.................................... Lou-CAH-doe

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

Sean McILROY......................................MACK-il-roy Kevin McKAGUE ....................................Mick-KAYG Cody MURTLE............................................ MIRR-til Matt REID ...................................................... REED Chris ROWLEY .......... ROW (rhymes with cow)-lee Joe SOTTOLANO ............................ SOTT-oh-lon-oh Shaun WIXTED ......................................WICKS-ted

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 33 34 36 37 38 40 44

Name ............................................................Pos. Zach Price .........................................................2B Steve May ...............................................3B-2B-SS Kramer Peak ....................................................... C J.T. Watkins ......................................................... C Matthew Carter ................................................. OF Matt Reid............................................ Asst. Coach Clayton Mosley .................................................. OF David Darnell .................................................... OF Brandon Hines ............................................ 3B-1B Scott Lucado ...................................................LHP Will Haga ........................................................ RHP Cody Murtle ....................................................... OF Ken Jackson ................................................... RHP Kevin McKague .........................................1B-RHP Chris Rowley ................................................... RHP Joe Sottolano .................................... Head Coach Logan Lee........................................................LHP Matt Fouch ......................................................LHP Ben Koenigsfeld.................................. RHP-OF-1B Cody Shorter ....................................................... C Matt Campbell .......................................2B-SS-3B Kyle Brueggemann ........................................ RHP Sean McIlroy .......................................1B-DH-RHP Ryan Davis ..................................................... RHP Michael Sands .................................................. OF Clint Moore........................................................ SS Colby Smith ......................................................... C Joey Henshaw ..................................... DH-1B-LHP Steve Cummings .............................................LHP Andy Seaman ................................................. RHP Shaun Wixted .............................................. 3B-OF Bryan Price ......................................... Asst. Coach Anthony DeCicco ................................ Asst. Coach Kirk Porter ...................................................... RHP Manny Fernandez .......................................... RHP

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 24 23 5 33 8 26 38 44 18 11 31 9 13 21 17 10 2 25 14 29 7 12 3 40 37 1 6 15 28 34 22 30 16 4 36

Name ............................................................Pos. Kyle Brueggemann ........................................ RHP Matt Campbell .......................................2B-SS-3B Matthew Carter ................................................. OF Steve Cummings .............................................LHP David Darnell .................................................... OF Ryan Davis ..................................................... RHP Anthony DeCicco ................................ Asst. Coach Manny Fernandez .......................................... RHP Matt Fouch ......................................................LHP Will Haga ........................................................ RHP Joey Henshaw ..................................... DH-1B-LHP Brandon Hines ............................................ 3B-1B Ken Jackson ................................................... RHP Ben Koenigsfeld.................................. RHP-OF-1B Logan Lee........................................................LHP Scott Lucado .................................................. RHP Steve May ...............................................3B-2B-SS Sean McIlroy .......................................1B-DH-RHP Kevin McKague .........................................1B-RHP Clint Moore........................................................ SS Clayton Mosley .................................................. OF Cody Murtle ....................................................... OF Kramer Peak ....................................................... C Kirk Porter ...................................................... RHP Bryan Price ......................................... Asst. Coach Zach Price .........................................................2B Matt Reid............................................ Asst. Coach Chris Rowley ................................................... RHP Michael Sands .................................................. OF Andy Seaman ................................................. RHP Cody Shorter ....................................................... C Colby Smith ......................................................... C Joe Sottolano .................................... Head Coach J.T. Watkins ......................................................... C Shaun Wixted .............................................. 3B-OF

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 RYAN DAVIS Innings: 4.0 vs. Iona, 4-7-09 Hits: 6 vs. George Mason (3.2 inn.), 4-8-09 Runs: 4, Three times Earned Runs: 4 vs. Sacred Heart (2.1 inn.), 3-15-09; George Mason (3.2 inn.), 3-8-09 Walks: 3 vs. Iona (4.0 inn.), 4-7-09 Strikeouts: 3 vs. Iona (4.0 inn.), 4-7-09 Home Runs: 1 vs. George Mason (3.2 inn.), 3-8-09; Ohio (2.0 inn.), 2-21-09 Wild Pitches: 1 vs. Quinnipiac (1.2 inn.), 3-24-09 Hit Batters: 2 vs. Bucknell (0.1 inn.), 3-28-09; Ohio (2.0 inn.), 2-21-09

MANNY FERNANDEZ Innings: 2.0 vs. Illinois, 3-20-09; Ohio, 2-22-09 Hits: 4 vs. Manhattan (1.0 inn.), 4-8-09 Runs: 5 vs. Manhattan (1.0 inn.), 4-8-09 Earned Runs: 5 vs. Manhattan (1.0 inn.), 4-8-09 Walks: 3 vs. Bucknell (1.1 inn.), 3-28-09 Strikeouts: 4 vs. Ohio (2.0 inn.), 2-22-09 Home Runs: 2 vs. Manhattan (1.0 inn.), 4-8-09 Wild Pitches: 2 vs. Ohio (2.0 inn.), 2-22-09 Hit Batters: 2 vs. Ohio (2.0 inn.), 2-22-09

DAVID DARNELL KYLE BRUEGGEMANN Innings: 7.0 vs. Central Florida, 3-17-09 Hits: 9 vs. George Mason (2.1 inn.), 3-8-09 Runs: 7 vs. Holy Cross (3.1 inn.), 4-4-09 Earned Runs: 5 vs. Bucknell (4.1 inn.), 3-28-09 Walks: 4 vs. Holy Cross (3.1 inn.), 4-4-09 Strikeouts: 5 vs. Holy Cross (3.1 inn.), 4-4-09 Home Runs: 3 vs. Bucknell (4.1 inn.), 3-28-09 Wild Pitches: 2 vs. Bucknell (4.1 inn.), 3-28-09; USC-Upstate (2.2 inn.), 2-27-09 Hit Batters: 2 vs. Central Florida (7.0 inn.), 3-17-09; Ohio (4.0 inn.), 2-22-09

STEVE CUMMINGS Innings: 6.2 vs. Marist, 4-15-09 Hits: 8 vs. Marist (3.1 inn.), 4-16-08 Runs: 5 vs. Marist (3.1 inn.), 4-16-08 Earned Runs: 4, Three times Walks: 3, Several times Strikeouts: 6 vs. Marist (4.1 inn.), 4-29-09 Home Runs: 1, Several times Wild Pitches: 1 vs. Dartmouth (0.2 inn.), 3-21-08; Navy (0.2 inn.), 4-22-07 Hit Batters: 2 vs. Holy Cross (2.1 inn.), 4-5-08

DAVID DARNELL At-Bats: 6 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Runs: 3 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Hits: 3 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Runs Batted In: 2 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09; Iona, 4-7-09 Doubles: 1, Three times Triples: None Home Runs: 1 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Total Bases: 7 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Walks: 1, Several times Strikeouts: 3 vs. Liberty, 3-9-08 Stolen Bases: 1, Several times Putouts: 5 vs. Miami (Ohio), 3-14-09 Assists: 1 vs. Holy Cross, 5-9-09

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MATT FOUCH Innings: 8.0, Three times Hits: 14 vs. Longwood (5.0 inn.), 5-5-07 Runs: 12 vs. Longwood (5.0 inn.), 5-5-07 Earned Runs: 8 vs. Longwood (5.0 inn.), 5-5-07 Walks: 6 vs. Texas Tech (3.0 inn.), 2-24-08 Strikeouts: 8, Three times Home Runs: 3 vs. Holy Cross (5.1 inn.), 4-4-09 Wild Pitches: 1, Several times Hit Batters: 2 vs. Lehigh (5.0 inn.), 4-28-07

Joey Henshaw - continued Batting At-Bats: 7 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09 Runs: 4 vs. Quinnipiac, 3-24-09 Hits: 4 vs. Columbia, 3-31-09; Quinnipiac, 3-24-09 Runs Batted In: 5 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09; Iona, 4-7-09 Doubles: 2 vs. Lafayette, 4-26-09 Triples: 1 vs. Dartmouth, 5-24-09; Quinnipiac, 3-24-09 Home Runs: 1, Several times Total Bases: 9 vs. Quinnipiac, 3-24-09 Walks: 2, Three times Strikeouts: 3 vs. Miami (Ohio), 3-14-09 Stolen Bases: 1, Several times Putouts: 14 vs. Holy Cross, 4-5-09 Assists: 2 vs. Lafayette, 4-26-09; Holy Cross, 4-5-09

BRANDON HINES At-Bats: 4 vs. Liberty, 3-9-08 Runs: 1 vs. Liberty, 3-9-08 Hits: 1, Several times Runs Batted In: 1 vs. Liberty, 3-8-08 Doubles: 1 vs. Liberty, 3-9-08 Triples: None Home Runs: None Total Bases: 2 vs. Liberty, 3-9-08 Walks: None Strikeouts: 2 vs. Bucknell, 3-29-08; Liberty, 3-9-08 Stolen Bases: 1, Several times Putouts: 2 vs. Texas Tech, 2-24-08 Assists: 2 vs. Oral Roberts, 2-22-08

WILL HAGA Innings: 5.0 vs. Long Island, 3-25-09 Hits: 1 vs. Long Island (5.0 inn.), 3-25-09; Davidson (1.0 inn.), 2-21-09 Runs: None Earned Runs: None Walks: 1 vs. Long Island (5.0 inn.), 3-25-09; Davidson (1.0 inn.), 2-21-09 Strikeouts: 2 vs. Long Island (5.0 inn.), 3-25-09 Home Runs: None Wild Pitches: None Hit Batters: None

JOEY HENSHAW Pitching Innings: 6.0 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09; Bucknell, 3-30-08 Hits: 9 vs. Maryland-Baltimore County (4.0 inn.), 3-1-08 Runs: 7 vs. Liberty (0.2 inn.), 3-8-08 Earned Runs: 6 vs. Maryland-Baltimore County (4.0 inn.), 3-1-08 Walks: 5, Three times Strikeouts: 5, Three times Home Runs: 1 vs. Lafayette (5.1 inn.), 4-26-09; Dartmouth (1.1 inn.), 3-21-08 Wild Pitches: 1, Three times Hit Batters: 1, Several times

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 BEN KOENIGSFELD

Pitching Innings: 9.0 vs. Lafayette, 4-26-08 Hits: 10, Several times Runs: 8, Several times Earned Runs: 8, Three times Walks: 5 vs. Texas State (7.0 inn.), 5-30-09; George Mason (5.1 inn.), 3-7-09 Strikeouts: 9 vs. Lafayette (8.0 inn.), 5-16-09; Bucknell (7.0 inn.), 3-29-09 Home Runs: 2 vs. Bucknell (6.0 inn.), 3-29-08; Dartmouth (4.2 inn.), 3-21-08 Wild Pitches: 3 vs. Davidson (6.0 inn.), 2-21-09 Hit Batters: 2, Several times Batting At-Bats: 5, Several times Runs: 4 vs. Columbia, 3-31-09; Ohio, 2-21-09 Hits: 4 vs. Ohio, 2-21-09 Runs Batted In: 5 vs. Manhattan, 4-8-09 Doubles: 2 vs. Ohio, 2-21-09 Triples: 1 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09; Holy Cross, 4-5-09 Home Runs: 1, Several times Total Bases: 8 vs. Holy Cross, 4-5-09 Walks: 2 vs. Ohio State, 3-21-09; Davidson, 2-21-09 Strikeouts: 2, Several times Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Davidson, 2-21-09 Putouts: 5 vs. Ohio, 2-21-09 Assists: 5 vs. Davidson, 2-21-09

LOGAN LEE

Innings: 3.1 vs. Navy, 4-13-09 Hits: 8 vs. Navy (3.1 inn.), 4-13-09 Runs: 5 vs. Navy (3.1 inn.), 4-13-09 Earned Runs: 5 vs. Navy (3.1 inn.), 4-13-09 Walks: 2 vs. Navy (3.1 inn.), 4-13-09; Manhattan (3.0 inn.), 4-8-09 Strikeouts: 3 vs. Navy (3.1 inn.), 4-13-09 Home Runs: 1 vs. Navy (3.1 inn.), 4-13-09 Wild Pitches: 1 vs. Manhattan (3.0 inn.), 4-8-09; Ohio State (2.0 inn.), 3-21-09 Hit Batters: 1, Three times

SCOTT LUCADO

Innings: 1.2 vs. Holy Cross, 4-4-09 Hits: 2 vs. Manhattan (1.1 inn.), 4-8-09; Holy Cross (1.2 inn.), 4-4-09 Runs: 3 vs. Manhattan (1.1 inn.), 4-8-09 Earned Runs: 3 vs. Manhattan (1.1 inn.), 4-8-09 Walks: 3 vs. Manhattan (1.1 inn.), 4-8-09 Strikeouts: None Home Runs: 1 vs. Manhattan (1.1 inn.), 4-8-09 Wild Pitches: 1 vs. Holy Cross (1.2 inn.), 4-4-09 Hit Batters: None

STEVE MAY

At-Bats: 4 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Runs: 1, Several times Hits: 2 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Runs Batted In: 1, Three times Doubles: None Triples: None Home Runs: None Total Bases: 2 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Walks: 1, Three times Strikeouts: 1, Three times Stolen Bases: 1 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Putouts: 3 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09 Assists: 3 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09

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KEVIN McKAGUE Pitching Innings: 2.0 vs. Northern Iowa (3-15-09); Texas Tech, 2-24-08 Hits: 3 vs. Lehigh (1.0 inn.), 4-19-09; Illinois (0.0 inn.), 3-20-09 Runs: 8 vs. Lehigh (1.0 inn.), 4-19-09 Earned Runs: 5 vs. Illinois (0.0 inn.), 3-20-09 Walks: 5 vs. Lehigh (1.0 inn.), 4-19-09 Strikeouts: 4 vs. Manhattan (1.0 inn.), 4-9-08 Home Runs: 1, Three times Wild Pitches: 1, Three times Hit Batters: 1, Several times Batting At-Bats: 6, Several times Runs: 3, Three times Hits: 5 vs. Holy Cross, 4-5-08 Runs Batted In: 5 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09 Doubles: 2, Several times Triples: 1 vs. Texas, 5-31-09 Home Runs: 2 vs. Navy, 4-13-09 Total Bases: 9 vs. Navy, 4-13-09 Walks: 4 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Strikeouts: 2, Several times Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Sacred Heart, 3-15-09 Putouts: 18 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Assists: 4 vs. Bucknell, 3-29-08 (twice)

CLINT MOORE Pitching Innings: 1.0, Several times Hits: 2 vs. Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Runs: 3 vs. Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Earned Runs: 3 vs. Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Walks: 1 vs. Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Strikeouts: 2 vs. Long Island (1.0 inn.), 3 25 09; Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Home Runs: 1 vs. Columbia (1.0 inn.), 3-31-09; Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Wild Pitches: 3 vs. Sacred Heart (1.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Hit Batters: None Batting At-Bats: 7 vs. Sacred Heart, 5-13-08 Runs: 4, Three times Hits: 6 vs. Sacred Heart, 5-13-08 Runs Batted In: 5, Three times Doubles: 2 vs. Central Connecticut, 3-22-08 Triples: 2 vs. Lafayette, 4-26-09 Home Runs: 2 vs. Bucknell, 3-29-08; Dartmouth, 3-21-08 Total Bases: 10 vs. Lafayette, 4-26-09; Sacred Heart, 5-13-08 Walks: 3 vs. Quinnipiac, 3-24-09 Strikeouts: 2, Several times Stolen Bases: 3 vs. Lafayette, 4-26-08 Putouts: 6 vs. Bucknell, 3-29-08 Assists: 7, Several times

LOGAN LEE CODY MURTLE At-Bats: 4, Three times Runs: 2 vs. USC-Upstate, 2-27-09 Hits: 2 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09; USC-Upstate, 2-27-09 Runs Batted In: 1 vs. George Mason, 3-8-09 Doubles: None Triples: None Home Runs: None Total Bases: 2 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09; USC-Upstate, 2-27-09 Walks: 1, Three times Strikeouts: 2 vs. Columbia, 3-31-09; Miami (Ohio), 3-14-09 Stolen Bases: 1 vs. Ohio State, 3-21-09; George Mason, 3-8-09 Putouts: 4 vs. Ohio State, 3-21-09; George Mason, 3-8-09 Assists: None

KIRK PORTER Innings: 9.0 vs. Lehigh, 4-18-09 Hits: 10 vs. Boston College (6.2 inn.), 5-31-09 Runs: 8 vs. Lafayette (3.1 inn.), 4-25-08 Earned Runs: 8 vs. Lafayette (3.1 inn.), 4-25-08 Walks: 5 vs. Lehigh (9.0 inn.), 4-18-09 Strikeouts: 6 vs. Boston College (6.2 inn.), 5-31-09; Sacred Heart (4.0 inn.), 3-15-09 Home Runs: 1, Several times Wild Pitches: 2 vs. Bucknell (3.2 inn.), 3-29-09; Liberty (0.0 inn.), 3-9-08 Hit Batters: 4 vs. Lafayette (3.1 inn.), 4-25-09

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 COLBY SMITH At-Bats: 1, Several times Runs: 2 vs. Iona, 4-7-09; Iona, 4-8-08 Hits: 1 vs. Liberty, 3-8-08 Runs Batted In: 1 vs. Liberty, 3-8-08 Doubles: None Triples: None Home Runs: None Total Bases: 1 vs. Liberty, 3-8-08 Walks: 1 vs. Iona, 4-9-09; Iona, 4-8-08 Strikeouts: 1 vs. NJIT, 5-4-08 Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Putouts: 4 vs. Iona, 4-7-09 Assists: 2 vs. Iona, 4-7-09

J.T. WATKINS At-Bats: 5, Three times Runs: 3 vs. Texas, 5-31-09; NJIT, 5-2-09 Hits: 3 vs. NJIT, 5-3-09; Lafayette, 4-26-09 Runs Batted In: 4 vs. Lafayette, 5-16-09 Doubles: 2 vs. NJIT, 5-2-09 Triples: None Home Runs: 1 vs. Lafayette, 4-25-09; Holy Cross, 4-5-09 Total Bases: 5 vs. Holy Cross, 4-5-09 Walks: 2 vs. Texas State, 5-30-09; NJIT, 5-2-09 Strikeouts: 2, Several times Stolen Bases: 1, Three times Putouts: 13 vs. Holy Cross, 4-4-09 Assists: 3 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09

KEVIN McKAGUE ZACH PRICE

At-Bats: 6 vs. Lafayette, 4-25-09 Runs: 3, Several times Hits: 3, Three times Runs Batted In: 2, Several times Doubles: 1, Several times Triples: 1 vs. Lehigh, 4-19-09; Navy, 4-12-09 Home Runs: None Total Bases: 4 vs. Navy, 4-12-09 Walks: 3 vs. USC-Upstate, 2-27-09 Strikeouts: 2, Several times Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Navy, 4-13-09 Putouts: 6 vs. Binghamton, 4-21-09; Holy Cross, 4-4-09 Assists: 6, Three times

ANDY SEAMAN Innings: 5.0 vs. Iona, 4-8-08 Hits: 7 vs. Columbia (4.1 inn.), 4-1-08 Runs: 6 vs. Columbia (4.1 inn.), 4-1-08 Earned Runs: 6 vs. Columbia (4.1 inn.), 4-1-08 Walks: 4 vs. Texas Tech (2.0 inn.), 2-24-08 Strikeouts: 2 vs. Columbia (4.1 inn.), 4-1-08; Maryland-Baltimore County (4.0 inn.), 3-1-08 Home Runs: 1, Several times Wild Pitches: 1, Three times Hit Batters: 1 vs. Davidson (0.2 inn.), 2-21-09

SHAUN WIXTED CODY SHORTER

At-Bats: 4 vs. Central Connecticut, 3-22-08 Runs: 1, Several times Hits: 2 vs. Iona, 4-7-09; Central Connecticut, 3-22-08 Runs Batted In: 1, Several times Doubles: 1 vs. Iona, 4-7-09 Triples: None Home Runs: 1 vs. Lafayette, 4-25-09 Total Bases: 4 vs. Lafayette, 4-25-09 Walks: 1, Several times Strikeouts: 2 vs. USC-Upstate, 2-27-09 Stolen Bases: None Putouts: 8, Three times Assists: 2 vs. Davidson, 2-21-09

At-Bats: 5 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08 Runs: 2 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08 Hits: 2 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08 Runs Batted In: 1 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08 Doubles: 1 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08; Liberty, 3-9-08 Triples: None Home Runs: None Total Bases: 3 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08 Walks: 1 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08; Bucknell, 3-29-08 Strikeouts: 2 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2-22-08 Stolen Bases: None Putouts: 2 vs. Massachusetts, 3-16-08 Assists: 3 vs. Columbia, 4-1-08; Bucknell, 3-30-08

CHRIS SIMPKINS Innings: 2.0 vs. Longwood, 5-5-07 Hits: 2 vs. Liberty (1.0 inn.), 3-9-08 Runs: 1 vs. Liberty (1.0 inn.), 3-9-08; Liberty (1.0 inn.), 3-8-08 Earned Runs: None Walks: 2 vs. New York Tech (1.0 inn.), 5-9-07 Strikeouts: 1 vs. Iona (0.1 inn.), 4-7-09; Longwood (2.0 inn.), 5-5-07 Home Runs: None Wild Pitches: None Hit Batters: 1 vs. Liberty (1.0 inn.), 3-8-08; Longwood (2.0 inn.), 5-5-07

CODY SHORTER

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 THE LAST TIME AN ARMY TEAM:

Played 50 (or more) games in a season ..................................2009 (57, 36-21) Won 30 games in a season............................................................. 2009 (36-21) Won 35 games in a season............................................................. 2009 (36-21) Registered 20 wins at Doubleday Field .......................................... 2004 (21-2) Won 10 consecutive games .................................................................2005 (15) Won 15 consecutive games .................................................................2005 (15) Scored 20 runs in a game .................................April 19, 2009, at Lehigh (21-8) Scored 25 runs in a game ........................ May 13, 2008, vs. Sacred Heart (27) Registered 20 base hits in a game..................... April 19, 2009, at Lehigh (21) Registered 25 base hits in a game......... May 13, 2008, vs. Sacred Heart (27) Registered 8 doubles in a game ............... May 13, 2008, vs. Sacred Heart (8) Registered 3 triples in a game ...................May 3, 2003, vs. New York Tech (3) Registered 5 home runs in a game .......... May 13, 2008, vs. Sacred Heart (5) Allowed 20 base hits in a game ...................... May 5, 2007, vs. Longwood (21) Allowed 20 runs in a game ............................ April 29, 2003, vs. Temple (7-23) Was shut out .....................................................May 11, 2008, vs. Bucknell (0-1) Turned a triple play in a game .................................... May 15, 2005, vs. Lehigh Turned 4 double plays in a game ......... April 27, 2006, vs. St. Francis (N.Y.) (4) Hit into 4 double plays....................................... April 4, 2009, vs. Holy Cross (4) Hit into 5 double plays................................. March 25, 2008, vs. Quinnipiac (5) Was hit by pitch 5 times in a game ............................ May 3, 2009, vs. NJIT (7) Received 15 walks in a game ...................................May 2, 1009, vs. NJIT (15) Struck out 15 times in a game..... Feb. 22, 2008, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (15) Registered 10 stolen bases in a game ................... April 8, 2008, vs. Iona (10) Registered 30 total bases in a game ................. April 19, 2009, at Lehigh (34) Registered 40 total bases in a game ...... May 13, 2008, vs Sacred Heart (50) Registered 50 total bases in a game ...... May 13, 2008, vs Sacred Heart (50) Registered 25 runs batted in in a game . May 13, 2008, vs Sacred Heart (27) Registered 15 strikeouts ...............March 10, 2007, vs. Eastern Kentucky (15) Left 15 runners on base ..............March 18, 2005, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (16) Registered 400 runs scored in a season ......................................... 2009 (446) Registered 600 base hits in a season.............................................. 2009 (626) Registered 100 doubles in a season ................................................2009 (117) Registered 15 triples in a season ........................................................2009 (18) Registered 50 home runs in a season.................................................2009 (57) Registered 900 total bases in a season .......................................... 2009 (950) Registered 75 stolen bases in a season .............................................2009 (85) Registered a .450 slugging percentage in a season .................... 2009 (.500) Registered a .400 on-base percentage in a season.......................2009 (.417) Registered an earned run average of 3.50 or lower...................... 2006 (3.28) Sent 20 batters to plate in an inning .......................................... May 13, 2008, vs. Sacred Heart (21 in first inning)

ARMY CELEBRATES ITS 2009 PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 ARMY BASEBALL

THE LAST TIME AN ARMY PLAYER(S):

Pitching

Pitched a no-hitter .................................. Jon Rindfleisch vs. Swarthmore, 1957 Pitched a shutout.................................... Kirk Porter at Lehigh, April 18, 2009 Registered 10 (or more) strikeouts in a game ....Drew Clothier vs. Dartmouth, March 21, 2008 (10) Registered 15 strikeouts in a 9-inning game........Steve Reich vs. New York Tech, May 5, 1993 (17) Registered 15 strikeouts in a 7-inning game............ Steve Reich vs. Air Force, Feb. 28, 1992 (17) Registered 10 wins in a season ................................ Justin Kashner, 2005 (10) Registered 90 strikeouts in a season ...............................Nick Hill, 2007 (100) Registered 100 strikeouts in a season .............................Nick Hill, 2007 (100) Registered 10 saves in a season ...................................Milan Dinga, 2006 (10) Registered 5 complete games in a season .......................... Nick Hill, 2005 (5) Registered 8 complete games in a season .......................... Nick Hill, 2004 (8) Started 15 games in a season ..................................... Matt Fouch, 2009 (15) Pitched 10.0 innings in a game .............................Drew Clothier vs. Longwood, May 6, 2007 (10.0) Registered 3 shutouts in a season ........................................ Nick Hill, 2004 (3) Registered 90.0 innings pitched in a season........... Matt Fouch, 2009 (90.0) Registered 25 appearances in a season ................. Tyler Anderegg, 2009 (27)

Batting

Hit safely in 15 straight games .......................................Zach Price, 2009 (16) Hit safely in 20 straight games ......................................Milan Dinga, 2006 (25) Hit safely in 25 straight games ......................................Milan Dinga, 2006 (25) Hit for the cycle ........................... Tony Capozzi vs. Dartmouth, March 21, 2008 Started 55 games ........................................................ J.P. Polchinski, 2009 (55) Batted .400 in a season (min. 100 at-bats).................Cole White, 2007 (.408) Registered 60 runs scored in a season .........................Bryan Price, 1997 (65) Registered a slugging percentage of .800 in a season ............. Mike Scioletti, 1997 (.869) Registered a slugging percentage of .700 in a season ................Clint Moore, 2009 (.724) Registered 5 base hits in a game ......Clint Moore vs. Sacred Heart, 2008 (6) Registered 80 base hits in a season ........................ Joey Henshaw, 2009 (80) Registered 3 doubles in a game .............................. Kyle Fleming vs. Columbia, March 31, 2009 (3) Registered 19 doubles in a season ....................... Kevin McKague, 2009 (19) Registered 2 triples in a game ..Clint Moore vs. Lafayette, April 26, 2009 (2) Registered 2 home runs in a game ........................J.P. Polchinski vs. Lafayette, April 26, 2009 (2) Registered 3 home runs in a game ......................... Walker Gorham vs. Lehigh, May 15, 2005 (3) Registered 10 total bases in a game .... Clint Moore at Lafayete, April 26, 2009 Registered 6 runs batted in in a game Mike Greco at Maryland-Baltimore County, March 2, 2008 (6) Registered 8 runs batted in in a game.......... Mike Scioletti vs. New York Tech, April 30, 1997 (8) Registered 60 runs batted in in a season.......................... Joey Henshaw (75), Clint Moore (65), 2009 Registered 70 runs batted in in a season................ Joey Henshaw, 2009 (75) Registered 5 runs scored in a game ............................ Andy Ernesto at Lehigh, April 19, 2009 (5) Registered 50 runs scored in a season ................................... Zach Price (59), Clint Moore (58), 2009 Registered 5 stolen bases in a game ......................Josh Holden vs. St. Peter’s, April 22, 2003 (5) Registered 15 stolen bases in a season ......................... Cole White, 2007 (16) Registered 20 stolen bases in a season ...................... Josh Holden, 2003 (27) Registered 25 stolen bases in a season ...................... Josh Holden, 2003 (27) Registered 30 stolen bases in a season ..............Miguel Gastellum, 2001 (31) Registered 30 walks in a season ..... Zach Price (39), Clint Moore (32), 2009 Registered 40 walks in a season ................................ Mike Scioletti, 1997 (40) Was hit by pitch 15 times in a season ....................Walker Gorham, 2004 (16) Hit a grand slam home run ..........................Kyle Fleming vs. NJIT, May 3, 2009 Hit back-to-back home runs in a game ...........Clint Moore and Joey Henshaw at Texas, May 31, 2009 Registered 10 home runs in a season................................ Joey Henshaw (13), Clint Moore (11), 2009 Registered 13 home runs in a season ................................ Joey Henshaw (13) Hit two home runs in same inning ....................J.P. Polchinski vs. Sacred Heart (2 in first inning), May 13, 2009

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2009 STATISTICS

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

BATTING STATISTICS Player MOORE, CLINT McKAGUE, KEVIN HENSHAW, JOEY PRICE, ZACH Capozzi, Tony KOENIGSFELD, BEN SHORTER, CODY MAY, STEVE Ernesto, Andy MURTLE, CODY Fleming, Kyle Polchinski, J.P. WATKINS, J.T DARNELL, DAVID HINES, BRANDON WIXTED, SHAUN SMITH, COLBY CARTER, MATTHEW

AVG .395 .389 .383 .355 .355 .342 .333 .333 .318 .297 .279 .271 .256 .250 .167 .000 .000 .000

GP-GS 53-53 50-50 54-53 57-53 43-14 48-48 13-4 7-0 53-50 19-6 55-53 55-55 56-53 35-21 7-0 6-0 6-0 1-0

AB 185 203 209 197 62 184 15 3 198 37 183 181 164 64 6 5 4 0

R 58 45 47 59 19 39 2 0 44 7 37 36 30 19 0 1 3 0

H 73 79 80 70 22 63 5 1 63 11 51 49 42 16 1 0 0 0

2B 18 8 12 10 5 10 1 0 18 0 11 15 6 3 0 0 0 0

3B 5 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 11 6 13 0 0 7 1 0 3 0 6 7 2 1 0 0 0 0

RBI 65 44 75 25 11 38 3 2 38 1 34 33 28 11 0 0 0 0

TB 134 107 135 84 29 98 9 1 92 11 84 89 54 22 1 0 0 0

SLG% .724 .527 .646 .426 .468 .533 .600 .333 .465 .297 .459 .492 .329 .344 .167 .000 .000 .000

BB 32 17 14 39 10 12 3 0 23 3 22 31 13 8 0 0 1 0

Totals Opponents

.329 .281

57-57 1900 446 626 117 57-57 1824 313 513 83

18 10

57 45

408 284

950 751

.500 .412

228 212

HBP 12 9 8 9 2 4 0 1 5 2 5 10 5 6 0 0 0 0

SO 25 28 25 30 6 28 6 0 37 10 43 45 27 15 0 1 0 0

GDP 3 4 3 3 2 6 1 0 2 2 1 5 6 3 0 0 0 0

OB% .494 .457 .438 .480 .453 .393 .444 .400 .396 .381 .368 .404 .323 .380 .167 .000 .200 .000

SF 8 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 4 0 2 1 4 1 0 0 0 0

SH 2 0 0 4 2 1 1 0 12 0 1 4 8 3 0 0 0 0

SB-ATT PO A E 10-14 75 160 7 7-9 423 23 4 5-6 86 8 2 14-18 91 142 8 5-7 36 54 3 11-11 71 18 2 0-0 22 5 1 0-0 5 5 1 9-14 108 3 2 2-2 17 0 1 9-11 89 0 6 4-4 35 99 14 3-6 294 34 3 5-5 35 1 1 0-0 2 1 0 0-0 0 0 4 1-1 6 2 0 0-0 0 0 0

FLD% .971 .991 .979 .967 .968 .978 .964 .909 .982 .944 .937 .905 .991 .973 1.000 .000 1.000 .000

78 326 49 336

41 53

.417 .368

27 16

38 31

85-108 1404 611 63 36-50 1376 607 85

.970 .959

LOB - Team (448), Opponent (417). DPs Turned - Team (66), Opponent (49). CI - Team (2), WATKINS 2, Opponent (1). IBB - Team (5), McKAGUE 2, MOORE 2, KOENIGSFELD 1, Opponent (7). Picked off - PRICE 3, KOENIGSFELD 2, Fleming 1, MOORE 1, Polchinski 1, McKAGUE 1.

PITCHING STATISTICS Player HAGA, WILL Grimes, Austin Schiller, Reagan SIMPKINS, CHRIS CUMMINGS, STEVE Anderegg, Tyler PORTER, KIRK McKAGUE, KEVIN FOUCH, MATT HENSHAW, JOEY KOENIGSFELD, BEN LEE, LOGAN DAVIS, RYAN BRUEGGEMANN, KYLE FERNANDEZ, MANNY LUCADO, SCOTT MOORE, CLINT SEAMAN, ANDY Gibbs, Ben Totals Opponents

ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.73 4.04 4.18 4.57 4.70 4.79 4.89 5.50 7.45 8.03 8.56 9.00 9.00 17.18 27.00

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

5.04 7.61

36-21 21-36

APP 2 5 1 1 11 27 12 23 16 7 13 12 11 7 11 3 4 5 1

GS 1 0 0 0 7 0 10 0 15 3 13 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

57 57

57 57

7 3

SHO/CBO 0/1 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 1/3 0/3 0/0 0/2 0/1 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

6/5 0/0

9 8

IP 6.0 4.0 2.0 0.1 41.0 49.0 60.1 21.2 90.0 20.2 84.2 18.0 19.1 24.2 13.2 4.0 4.0 3.2 1.0

H 2 8 2 0 50 45 63 17 93 16 85 28 26 39 17 5 5 10 2

R 0 6 0 0 18 28 28 17 56 12 55 13 20 24 13 4 4 12 3

ER 0 0 0 0 17 22 28 11 47 11 46 11 16 22 13 4 4 7 3

BB 2 1 0 0 17 17 25 17 44 11 33 7 7 12 8 6 1 3 1

468.0 513 313 262 212 458.2 626 446 388 228

SO 3 3 0 1 26 43 40 17 65 18 63 12 13 15 12 0 5 0 0

2B 1 4 1 0 9 9 11 3 13 1 13 2 6 5 1 0 1 3 0

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

HR 0 0 0 0 1 5 4 1 13 1 3 1 2 4 4 1 2 2 1

AB 20 20 7 1 159 180 234 79 344 76 328 74 83 108 54 14 18 21 4

B/Avg .100 .400 .286 .000 .314 .250 .269 .215 .270 .211 .259 .378 .313 .361 .315 .357 .278 .476 .500

336 83 326 117

10 18

45 1824 57 1900

.281 .329

WP HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 3 9 1 4 4 3 2 2 9 10 2 3 1 4 6 5 4 3 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 39 63

49 78

BK 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

SFA 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 0

SHA 0 0 0 0 8 3 0 1 10 1 2 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0

2 7

16 27

31 38

PB - Team (10), WATKINS 8, SHORTER 2, Opponent (19). Pickoffs - Team (4), PORTER 1, LEE 1, WATKINS 1, FOUCH 1, Opponnet (9). SBA/ATT - WATKINS (33-40), CUMMINGS (6-10), KOENIGSFELD (7-9), Anderegg (2-6), BRUEGGEMANN (4-5), FOUCH (4-5), PORTER (5-5), SHORTER (3-4), LEE (3-4), HENSHAW (1-2), DAVIS (1-1), McKAGUE (1-1), Grimes (1-1), FERNANDEZ (1-1).

FIELDING STATISTICS Player C PORTER, KIRK 10 Anderegg, Tyler 10 CUMMINGS, STEVE 9 SMITH, COLBY 8 LEE, LOGAN 6 FERNANDEZ, MANNY 3 HINES, BRANDON 3 SCHILLER, REAGAN 1 SEAMAN, ANDY 1 HAGA, WILL 1 Gibbs, Ben 1 LUCADO, SCOTT 1 McKAGUE, KEVIN 450 WATKINS, J.T 331 Ernesto, Andy 113 HENSHAW, JOEY 96 KOENIGSFELD, BEN 91 DARNELL, DAVID 37

88

PO 1 2 0 6 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 423 294 108 86 71 35

A 9 8 9 2 5 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 23 34 3 8 18 1

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

FLD% DPs SBA CSB 1.000 0 5 0 1.000 1 2 4 1.000 0 6 4 1.000 0 0 0 1.000 0 3 1 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 .991 50 1 0 .991 2 33 7 .982 2 0 0 .979 9 1 1 .978 5 7 2 .973 0 0 0

SBA% PB CI 1.000 0 0 .333 0 0 .600 0 0 0 0 .750 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 .825 8 2 0 0 .500 0 0 .778 0 0 0 0

Player C MOORE, CLINT 242 Capozzi, Tony 93 PRICE, ZACH 241 SHORTER, CODY 28 MURTLE, CODY 18 Fleming, Kyle 95 MAY, STEVE 11 Polchinski, J.P. 148 FOUCH, MATT 22 BRUEGGEMANN, KYLE 4 WIXTED, SHAUN 4 DAVIS, REAGAN 0 CARTER, MATTHEW 0 SIMPKINS, CHRIS 0 Grimes, Austin 0 Totals Opponents

PO A E 75 160 7 36 54 3 91 142 8 22 5 1 17 0 1 89 0 6 5 5 1 35 99 14 4 15 3 0 3 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2078 1404 611 63 2068 1376 607 85

FLD% DPs SBA CSB .971 38 0 0 .968 16 0 0 .967 42 0 0 .964 0 3 1 .944 0 0 0 .937 0 0 0 .909 3 0 0 .905 9 0 0 .864 2 4 1 .750 0 4 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 .970 .959

66 49

36 85

14 23

SBA% PB CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 .750 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .800 0 0 .800 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 .720 10 2 .787 19 1

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2009 RESULTS

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

36-21 • 13-7 PATRIOT LEAGUE (CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS) HOME: 19-7 • AWAY: 10-10 • NEUTRAL: 7-4 Date Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 14 March 15 March 15 March 17 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 24 March 25 March 28 March 28 March 29 March 29 March 31 April 4 April 4 April 5 April 5 April 7 April 8 April 12 April 12 April 13 April 13 April 15 April 18 April 18 April 19 April 19 April 21 April 25 April 25 April 26 April 26 April 28 May 2 May 2 May 3 May 6 May 9 May 9 May 10 May 16 May 16 May 24 May 24 May 29 May 30 May 31 May 31

Opponent vs. Ohio at Davidson vs. Ohio at USC-Upstate at George Mason at George Mason at George Mason vs. Miami (Ohio) vs. Sacred Heart vs. Northern Iowa at Central Florida vs. Illinois vs. Ohio State vs. Ohio State QUINNIPIAC LONG ISLAND at Bucknell* at Bucknell* at Bucknell* at Bucknell* COLUMBIA HOLY CROSS* HOLY CROSS* HOLY CROSS* HOLY CROSS* IONA MANHATTAN NAVY* NAVY* NAVY* NAVY* at Marist at Lehigh* at Lehigh* at Lehigh* at Lehigh* BINGHAMTON at Lafayette* at Lafayette* at Lafayette* at Lafayette* vs. Marist% NJIT NJIT NJIT NEW YORK TECH HOLY CROSS$ HOLY CROSS$ HOLY CROSS$ LAFAYETTE# LAFAYETTE# DARTMOUTH DARTMOUTH at Texas^ vs. Texas State^ vs. Boston College^ at Texas^

() Extra-Inning Game *Patriot League Game

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

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W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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Score 14-5 4-11 4-10 17-10 2-8 1-7 6-8 2-3 12-11 3-0 8-1 9-8 1-3 4-8 16-3 2-0 1-2 2-18 9-2 5-7 18-2 2-11 4-10 8-1 5-2 20-5 11-13 9-6 6-0 11-5 10-12 1-3 6-4 12-0 5-2 21-8 5-2 12-2 8-14 12-7 12-10 10-3 13-4 16-9 17-0 4-2 5-1 3-5 11-0 6-2 8-1 8-7 3-11 1-3 7-4 4-3 10-14

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Army r -h -e 14-12-2 4-6-3 4-10-1 17-16-4 2-6-2 1-3-0 6-9-0 2-6-0 12-20-0 3-11-0 8-14-1 9-12-1 1-2-0 4-7-3 16-17-3 2-5-2 1-5-0 2-8-2 9-10-1 5-7-2 18-15-1 2-7-2 4-8-1 8-13-1 5-6-1 20-21-3 11-18-2 9-11-1 6-11-0 11-12-0 10-20-2 1-6-0 6-9-1 12-17-1 5-9-0 21-21-3 5-10-0 12-15-1 8-19-1 12-10-1 12-16-1 10-13-3 13-14-1 16-12-0 17-18-0 4-9-0 5-9-0 3-7-1 11-15-0 6-5-1 8-7-1 8-13-1 3-11-1 1-4-0 7-7-3 4-8-0 10-14-1

Opp. r -h -e 5-8-4 11-12-4 10-12-1 10-14-1 8-8-0 7-10-0 8-17-2 3-9-2 11-13-1 0-5-2 1-8-2 8-11-1 3-8-1 8-10-2 3-9-1 0-6-1 2-2-1 18-17-0 2-4-0 7-10-4 2-8-3 11-14-0 10-12-0 1-4-0 2-5-2 5-10-5 13-19-1 6-10-3 0-3-2 5-6-1 12-15-2 3-8-1 4-4-1 0-3-2 2-5-0 8-6-4 2-10-3 2-7-2 14-15-0 7-8-1 10-12-0 3-5-1 4-8-4 9-11-2 0-3-3 2-10-0 1-5-0 5-10-2 0-5-0 2-6-3 1-8-4 7-10-0 11-15-0 3-7-0 4-7-3 3-12-0 14-14-0

Inn. 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 7 9 9 7 9 7 7 9 7 9 7 9 9 9 7 8 7 9 9 7 9 7 9 9 7 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

%WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic $Patriot League Tournament Semifinal Series

Overall 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 3-6-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 6-6-0 6-7-0 6-8-0 7-8-0 8-8-0 8-9-0 8-10-0 9-10-0 9-11-0 10-11-0 10-12-0 10-13-0 11-13-0 12-13-0 13-13-0 13-14-0 14-14-0 15-14-0 16-14-0 16-15-0 16-16-0 17-16-0 18-16-0 19-16-0 20-16-0 21-16-0 22-16-0 22-17-0 23-17-0 24-17-0 25-17-0 26-17-0 27-17-0 28-17-0 29-17-0 30-17-0 30-18-0 31-18-0 32-18-0 33-18-0 34-18-0 34-19-0 34-20-0 35-20-0 36-20-0 36-21-0

PL 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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 2-5-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 5-5-0 6-5-0 6-6-0 6-6-0 7-6-0 8-6-0 9-6-0 10-6-0 10-6-0 11-6-0 11-7-0 12-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0 13-7-0

Pitcher of Record Fouch (W, 1-0) Koenigsfeld (L, 0-1) Brueggemann (L, 0-1) Fouch (W, 2-0) Koenigsfeld (L, 0-2) Fouch (L, 2-1) Davis (L, 0-1) Fernandez (L, 0-1) Porter (W, 1-0) Koenigsfeld (W, 1-2) Brueggemann (W, 1-1) Anderegg (W, 1-0) Porter (L, 1-1) Koenigsfeld (L, 1-3) Davis (W, 1-1) Haga (W, 1-0) Fouch (L, 2-2) Brueggemann (L, 1-2) Koenigsfeld (W, 2-3) Porter (L, 1-2) Cummings (W, 1-0) Fouch (L, 2-3) Brueggemann (L, 1-3) Koenigsfeld (W, 3-3) Porter (W, 2-2) Davis (W, 2-1) Anderegg (L, 1-1) Anderegg (W, 2-1) Porter (W, 3-2) Koenigsfeld (W, 4-3) Anderegg (L, 2-2) Cummings (L, 1-1) Fouch (W, 3-3) Porter (W, 4-2) Koenigsfeld (W, 5-3) Henshaw (W, 1-0) Anderegg (W, 3-2) Fouch (W, 4-3) Porter (L, 4-3) Koenigsfeld (W, 6-3) Anderegg (W, 4-2) Anderegg, T (W, 5-2) Fouch (W, 5-3) Koenigsfeld (W, 7-3) Porter(W, 5-3) Cummings (W, 2-1) Fouch (W, 6-3) Koenigsfeld (L, 7-4) Porter (W, 6-3) Fouch (W, 7-3) Koenigsfeld (W, 8-4) Anderegg (W, 6-2) Henshaw (L, 1-1) Fouch (L, 7-4) Anderegg (W, 7-2) Anderegg (W, 8-2) Fouch (L, 7-5)

Att. 158 108 212 103 257 257 212 150 225 250 947 225 225 75 78 100 112 135 175 250 125 125 575 250 125 150 150 115 416 366 2754 175 125 110 325 450 625 155 6832 5047 4869 7034

Time 3:10 3:07 3:16 3:52 2:30 1:43 3:06 2:45 3:01 2:27 2:45 3:10 1:53 1:57 3:31 2:15 1:34 2:52 2:02 2:18 2:54 2:25 3:12 1:50 2:20 2:55 3:30 2:59 2:31 2:25 3:50 2:21 2:09 2:25 1:33 3:03 2:39 2:20 3:10 2:24 3:30 2:53 2:21 3:04 2:40 2:26 2:18 2:25 2:21 2:47 2:48 2:36 2:55 2:32 3:01 2:59 3:51

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2009 FINAL STANDINGS PATRIOT LEAGUE Bucknell Army Holy Cross Lafayette Navy Lehigh OVERALL Army Bucknell Lafayette Holy Cross Navy Lehigh

W-L 13-7 13-7 11-7 9-11 8-12 4-14

Pct. .650 .650 .611 .450 .400 .222

Home 4-4 5-3 6-4 4-4 4-4 1-5

Road 9-3 8-4 5-3 5-7 4-8 3-9

Runs 162 160 125 114 109 79

Runs All. 118 123 116 125 134 133

W-L 36-21 22-25 24-29 22-27 20-26 11-36

Pct. .632 .468 .453 .449 .436 .240

Home 19-7 7-11 7-9 12-9 11-14-1 5-16

Road 10-10 10-12 16-20 10-17 8-11 6-15-1

Runs 446 335 341 289 276 235

Runs All. 313 329 339 368 293 388

2009 PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT Best-of-Three Semifinal Series (at Lewisburg, Pa. and West Point, N.Y.) Saturday, May 9 No.1 Bucknell 6, No. 4 Lafayette 4 (Game 1) No. 4 Lafayette 20, No. 1 Bucknell 9 (Game 2) No. 2 Army 5, No. 3 Holy Cross 1 (Game 1) No. 3 Holy Cross 5, No. 2 Army 3 (Game 2)

Best-of-Three Championship Series (at West Point, N.Y.) Saturday May 16 No.2 Army 6, No. 4 Lafayette 2 (Game 1) No. 2 Army 8, No. 4 Lafayette 1 (Game 2)

Sunday, May 10 No. 4 Lafayette 10, No. 1 Bucknell 2 (Game 3) No. 2 Army 11, No. 3 Holy Cross 0 (Game 3)

2009 PATRIOT LEAGUE ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL RHP LHP RHP 3B 2B

Tyler Anderegg Steven Cummings Ben Koenigsfeld J.P. Polchinski Zach Price

Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr.

TYLER ANDEREGG

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3.69 3.22 3.41 3.28 3.63

BEN KOENIGSFELD

2009 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE TEAMS FIRST-TEAM SP Ben Koenigsfeld SP Chris Yamaguchi RP Tyler Anderegg RP Luke Roberts C B.J. LaRosa 1B Kevin McKague 2B Zach Price SS Clint Moore 3B Matt Perry OF Andrew Brouse OF Ben Koenigsfeld OF Andy Russell DH Joey Henshaw

Army Bucknell Army Navy Bucknell Army Army Army Holy Cross Bucknell Army Lehigh Army

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

SECOND TEAM SP Trey Frahler SP Dan Seip SP Corey Shea C Steven Soares 1B Doug Shribman 2B Geoff Campbell SS Dan Bierce 3B Ben Yoder OF Billy Cupelo OF Kyle Fleming OF Dane Grandizio OF Matt Hall DH Andrew Loucks

Bucknell Holy Cross Lafayette Navy Bucknell Lehigh Lafayette Bucknell Holy Cross Army Bucknell Lafayette Bucknell

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

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Matt Perry, Holy Cross

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Zach Price, Army

PITCHER OF THE YEAR Ben Koenigsfeld, Army

COACH OF THE YEAR Gene DePew, Bucknell

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Player Matt Perry (Holy Cross) Clint Moore (Army) Kevin McKague (Army) Joey Henshaw (Army) Mike Guadagnini (Navy) Rob Froio (Lafayette) Ben Allen (Bucknell) Doug Shribman (Bucknell) Daniel Bierce (Lafayette) Zach Price (Army)

GP 49 53 50 54 47 50 47 46 53 57

AB 182 185 203 209 195 196 186 164 203 197

H 77 73 79 80 73 72 68 59 73 70

Avg. .423 .395 .389 .383 .374 .367 .366 .360 .360 .355

RUNS BATTED IN Player Joey Henshaw (Army) Clint Moore (Army) Andrew Brouse (Bucknell) Kendall Bolt (Navy) Daniel Bierce (Lafayette) Eric Oxford (Holy Cross) Kevin McKague (Army) Doug Shribman (Bucknell) 4 tied with 38 RBI

GP 54 53 46 47 53 49 50 46

HOME RUNS Player Joey Henshaw (Army) Clint Moore (Army) Andrew Brouse (Bucknell) Eric Oxford (Holy Cross) Matt Hall (Lafayette) Jake Gorman (Holy Cross) 6 tied with 7 home runs

GP 54 53 46 49 53 49

HR 13 11 10 10 8 8

TRIPLES Player Clint Moore (Army) Andrew Brouse (Bucknell) Mike Guadagnini (Navy) Andrew Russell (Lehigh) Bob Donato (Bucknell) Geoff Campbell (Lehigh) John Sills (Holy Cross) Rob Froio (Lafayette) Matthew Curley (Navy) Jeff Butler (Lafayette)

GP 53 46 47 48 35 43 49 50 41 52

3B 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

DOUBLES Player Andy Ernesto (Army) Clint Moore (Army) Daniel Bierce (Lafayette) Matt Perry (Holy Cross) Mike Guadagnini (Navy) Doug Shribman (Bucknell) J.P. Polchinski (Army) Ben Allen (Bucknell) Andrew Russell (Lehigh) B.J. LaRosa (Bucknell)

GP 53 53 53 49 47 46 55 47 48 38

2B 18 18 18 16 16 15 15 14 13 13

RUNS SCORED Player Zach Price (Army) Clint Moore (Army) Ben Allen (Bucknell) Joey Henshaw (Army) Kevin McKague (Army) Rob Froio (Lafayette) Andy Ernesto (Army) Daniel Bierce (Lafayette) Matt Perry (Holy Cross) Mike Guadagnini (Navy)

GP 57 53 47 54 50 50 53 53 49 47

R 59 58 47 47 45 45 44 43 42 42

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

RBI 75 63 57 48 45 45 44 42

TEAM LEADERS

STOLEN BASES Player Daniel Bierce (Lafayette) Rob Froio (Lafayette) Michael Speciale (Navy) Jeff Butler (Lafayette) Zach Price (Army) Dane Grandizio (Bucknell) Ben Koenigsfeld (Army) 4 tied with 10 stolen bases EARNED RUN AVERAGE Player Kirk Porter (Army) Trey Frahler (Bucknell) Chris Yamaguchi (Bucknell) Matt Fouch (Army) Corey Shea (Lafayette) Jeremy Atkins (Lafayette) Ben Koenigsfeld (Army) Andrew Berger (Lehigh) Dan Seip (Holy Cross) Zach Fritz (Lafayette) STRIKEOUTS Player Matt Fouch (Army) Ben Koenigsfeld (Army) Zach Fritz (Lafayette) Sam Long (Navy) Zach Sipe (Navy) Jeremy Atkins (Lafayette) Andrew Berger (Lehigh) Trey Frahler (Bucknell) Tyler Anderegg (Army) 3 tied with 41 strikeouts

GP 53 50 47 52 57 39 48

IP R 60.1 28 66.1 37 62.2 33 90.0 56 67.1 45 65.1 41 84.2 55 57.2 48 60.1 41` 73.2 48 G 16 13 13 10 11 14 11 11 27

SB 21 20 14 14 14 12 11

ER 28 32 31 47 36 35 46 34 36 45

IP 90.0 84.2 73.2 45.0 57.1 65.1 57.2 66.1 49.0

ERA 4.18 4.34 4.45 4.70 4.81 4.82 4.89 5.31 5.37 5.50 SO 65 63 62 58 53 47 44 43 43

WINS Player Tyler Anderegg (Army) Ben Koenigsfeld (Army) Chris Yamaguchi (Bucknell) Matt Fouch (Army) Kirk Porter (Army) Ryan Hanna (Lafayette) Trey Frahler (Bucknell) 5 tied with 4 victories

G 27 13 14 16 12 19 11

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

SAVES Player Kevin McKague (Army) Ryan George (Holy Cross) TJ Kerins (Navy) Alex Cillo (Bucknell) Ian Dickson (Lafayette) Chris Murray (Navy) Geoff Campbell (Lehigh) 12 tied with one save

G 23 20 14 15 15 17 5

SV 7 5 2 2 2 2 2

GS 9 13 11 9 10 10 10 7 15 11

CG 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

COMPLETE GAMES Player Andrew Berger (Lehigh) Ben Koenigsfeld (Army) Trey Frahler (Bucknell) Jeremy Atkins (Lafayette) Dan Seip (Holy Cross) Dylan Seeley (Bucknell) Matt Shapiro (Holy Cross) Chris Yamaguchi (Bucknell) Matt Fouch (Army) Corey Shea (Lafayette)

BATTING AVERAGE Team GP Army 57 Bucknell 47 Lafayette 53 Holy Cross 49 Navy 47 Lehigh 48

AB 1900 1584 1754 1626 1575 1537

H 626 485 530 473 450 429

Avg. .329 .306 .302 .291 .286 .279

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Team GP IP Army 57 468.0 Navy 47 391.1 Lafayette 53 430.1 Bucknell 47 381.1 Holy Cross 49 406.0 Lehigh 48 387.2

R 313 293 339 329 368 388

ER 262 254 297 282 319 307

ERA 5.04 5.84 6.21 6.66 7.07 7.13

FIELDING PERCENTAGE Team GP PO Army 57 1404 Lafayette 53 1290 Navy 47 1174 Bucknell 47 1144 Holy Cross 49 1218 Lehigh 48 1163

A 611 533 503 521 510 494

E 63 65 60 71 75 96

Pct. .970 .966 .965 .959 .958 .945

SCORING Team Army Bucknell Lafayette Holy Cross Navy Lehigh

GP 57 46 53 49 47 48

R 446 335 341 289 276 235

R/G 7.8 7.1 6.4 5.9 5.9 4.9

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BRADLEY

BUCKNELL

March 13 • Lakeland, Fla.

March 19 • Lakeland, Fla.

May 1-2 • West Point, N.Y.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ........................................................ Akron, Ohio Enrollment: ........................................................... 27,911 Colors: ........................................................Blue and Gold Nickname: ...................................................................Zips Conference: ................................................ Mid-American Home Field: .........................................Lee Jackson Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ........................................................... Peoria, Ill. Enrollment: ............................................................. 5,801 Colors: ....................................................... Red and White Nickname: .............................................................. Braves Conference: ...............................................Missouri Valley Home Field: ................................................. O’Brien Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................... Lewisburg, Pa. Enrollment: ............................................................. 3,583 Colors: ....................................................Orange and Blue Nickname: ................................................................ Bison Conference: ............................................... Patriot League Home Field: .................................................. Depew Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ................Pat Bangtson (Kent State, 1988) Record at School (Yrs.): ................... 82-117 (4 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ............... Brian Donohew, Kurt Davidson

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ............ Elvis Dominguez (Creighton, 1986) Record at School (Yrs.): ........................ 17-31(1 season) Career Record (Yrs.): ..................195-230-2 (8 seasons) Asst. Coaches: ..........................John Corbin, Sean Lyons

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .....................Gene Depew (Bucknell, 1971) Record at School (Yrs.): ........... 520-597-7 (28 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ....................... Scott Heather, Jim Gulden

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 19-33 Conference Record/Finish: .............................12-15/5th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ......................................22/8 Pitchers Returning/Lost: ............................................ 3/2 All-Time Versus Army: ..................................First Meeting

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ..........................................................17-31 Conference Record/Finish: ............................... 4-17/9th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .....................................12/16 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 5/7 All-Time Versus Army: ..................................First Meeting

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 22-25 Conference Record/Finish:.............................. 13-7/t-1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................................26/8 Pitchers Returning/Lost:...........................................12/3 All-Time Versus Army: ..........................Army leads 52-36

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Jake Plata

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Matt Fritz

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Andrew Brouse

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Sr. 6-1 198 .357 3 28

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI INF Sr. 5-11 185 .272 2 15

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Sr. 6-2 205 .351 10 57

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Ben Danziger R Jr. 6-3 195 3-4 5.81 74.1

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Joe Bircher L So. 6-4 205 4-2 3.39 63.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Trey Frahler R Jr. 6-6 215 6-4 4.34 66.1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................ Rita Chinyere SID Phone: ................................................ 330-972-7171 Cell Phone: .................................................................. N/A SID Email: ..................................... rc46@zips.uakron.edu SID Fax Number: .......................................................None Press Box Phone: ......................................................None Web Site: .................................................GoZips.com.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................. Tony Dobson SID Phone: ............................................. (309) 677-3788 Cell Phone: ............................................. (314) 578-8690 SID Email: ......................................adobson@bradley.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (309) 677-2626 Press Box Phone: ...................................(309) 680-4045 Web Site: ............................................ BradleyBraves.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................ Todd Merriett SID Phone: ............................................. (570) 577-3488 Cell Phone: ............................................. (570) 428-5393 SID Email: .....................................tmerriet@bucknell.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (570) 577-1660 Press Box Phone: ................................... (570) 428-5393 Web Site: .............................................BucknellBison.com

CORNELL

DAY T O N

March 26-28 • West Point, N.Y.

Feb. 19 • Winston-Salem, N.C.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .........................................................Ithaca, N.Y. Enrollment: ........................................................... 13,700 Colors: ......................................Carnelian Red and White Nickname: .............................................................Big Red Conference: ......................................................Ivy League Home Field: ....................................................... Hoy Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ...................................................... Dayton, Ohio Enrollment: ............................................................. 7,700 Colors: ........................................ Red and Columbia Blue Nickname: ................................................................Flyers Conference: ................................. Atlantic 10 Conference Home Field: ........................Time Warner Cable Stadium

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ................. Bill Walkenbach (Cornell, 1998) Record at School (Yrs.): ........................17-23 (1 season) Career Record (Yrs.): ..........................86-65 (4 seasons) Asst. Coaches: .............................Tom Ford, Scott Marsh

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ....................Tony Vittorio (Hannover, 1988) Record at School (Yrs.): .............. 287-267 (10 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ................... 511-465 (17 seasons) Asst. Coaches: ...... Todd Linklater, Brian Harrison, Terry Bell

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ...........................................................17-23 Conference Record/Finish:.............................. 10-10/3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................... 14/8 Pitchers Returning/Lost:........................................... 10/1 All-Time Versus Army: ..................... Cornell Leads 36-34

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 38-19 Conference Record/Finish: ................................21-6/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...................................... 24/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost: ..........................................13/3 All-Time Versus Army: ..................................First Meeting

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Brian Billigen

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Zach Jacob

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF So. 6-0 170 .404 1 16

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI INF Sr. 6-2 200 .354 11 50

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Matt Hill L Sr. 6-1 180 2-6 6.66 52.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Cameron Hobson L So. 6-1 205 7-1 3.43 78.2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................... Kevin Zeise SID Phone: ............................................. (607) 255-3752 Cell Phone: ............................................. (607) 255-5627 SID Email: .............................................. kjz3@cornell.edu SID Fax Number: .....................................(607) 255-9791 Press Box Phone: ......................................................None Web Site: ............................................Cornell BigRed.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ...................................Seth Iiames SID Phone: ............................................. (937) 229-4419 Cell Phone: ............................................. (937) 877-0948 SID Email: ......................... iiamesse@notes.udayton.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (937) 229-4461 Press Box Phone: ................................... (937) 229-2255 Web Site: ................................................ daytonflyers.com

MANNY FERNANDEZ WWW.GOARMYSPORTS.COM


2010 OPPONENTS

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

EASTERN ILLINOIS

HOFSTRA

March 16 • Lakeland, Fla.

April 20 • Hempstead, N.Y.

April 3-4 • Worcester, Mass.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ....................................................Charleston, Ill. Enrollment: ........................................................... 11,996 Colors: ........................................................ Blue and Gray Nickname: ...........................................................Panthers Conference: ..................................................... Ohio Valley Home Field: ..............Monier Field at Coaches’ Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................Hempstead, N.Y. Enrollment: ........................................................... 12,700 Colors: ............................................ Gold, White and Blue Nickname: ................................................................. Pride Conference: ........................ Colonial Athletic Association Home Field: ............................................. University Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ............................................... Worcester, Mass. Enrollment: ............................................................. 2,866 Color: .............................................................Royal Purple Nickname: ........................................................ Crusaders Conference: .............................................. Patriot League Home Field: .................................................... Fitton Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ................. Jim Schmitz (Wilmington, 1979) Record at School (Yrs.): ............... 411-399 (15 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ...................575-549 (22 seasons) Asst. Coaches: ....Skylar Meade, James Conrad, Drew Locascio

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .............Patrick Anderson (Mars Hill, 1997) Record at School (Yrs.): .......................11-32 (1 season) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ...James Lally, Kelly Haynes, John Russo

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ...........Greg DiCenzo (St. Lawrence, 1998) Record at School (Yrs.): .....................43-55 (3 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: .....Gabe Ribas, Jeff Kane, Kevin Gately, Jeff Miller

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ..........................................................31-19 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 13-5/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: .....................................16/12 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 6/6 All-Time Versus Army: ..................................First Meeting

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: .......................................................... 11-32 Conference Record/Finish:..............................6-18/11th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ..................................... 17/9 Pitchers Returning/Lost: ............................................ 5/6 All-Time Versus Army: ............................ Army leads 11-4

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: .......................................................... 22-27 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 11-7/3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................................18/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 8/1 All-Time Versus Army: ....................... Army leads 54-26-2

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Richie Derbak

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI DH Sr. 6-1 185 .417 5 41

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI Matt Prokopowicz INF Sr. 6-0 205 .344 3 30

TOP PLAYERS Returnees John Sills

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Josh Mueller R Jr. 6-4 190 8-1 4.85 78

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Ben Danziger R Sr. 6-4 195 4-8 7.61 75.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Bobby Holmes R Sr. 6-1 210 3-7 7.41 54.2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: .................................... Ben Turner SID Phone: ............................................. (217) 581-7020 Cell Phone: ............................................. (217) 549-7965 SID Email: ..........................................bvrettberg@eiu.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (217) 581-6434 Press Box Phone: .................................... 217) 549-7965 Web Site: ................................................EIUPanthers.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ..................................... Brian Bohl SID Phone: ............................................. (516) 463-2907 Cell Phone: ................................................................None SID Email: ................................... brian.bohl@hofstra.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (516) 463-5033 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A Web Site: ................................................... GoHofstra.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: .............................. Meredith Cook SID Phone: .............................................(508) 793-2583 Cell Phone: .................................................................. N/A SID Email: .................................. mhcook@holycross.edu SID Fax Number: ...................................(508) 793-2309 Press Box Phone: ..................................(508) 793-2330 Web Site: ............................................... Goholycross.com

KIRK PORTER 2010 ARMY BASEBALL

H O LY C R O S S

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI 2B Sr. 6-0 185 .283 6 31

IONA

L A FAY E T T E

April 14 •West Point, N.Y.

April 24-25 • West Point, N.Y.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .............................................New Rochelle, N.Y. Enrollment: ............................................................. 3,045 Colors: ...................................................Maroon and Gold Nickname: ................................................................ Gaels Conference: ...................................Metro Atlantic Athletic Home Field: ............................................ J.B. Buono Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .........................................................Easton, Pa. Enrollment: ............................................................. 2,382 Colors: .................................................Maroon and White Nickname: .......................................................... Leopards Conference: ............................................... Patriot League Home Field: ...........................................Kamine Stadium

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .................... Pat Carey (Providence, 1998) Record at School (Yrs.): ...................24-104 (3 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ..........James LaSala, Chuck Todd, Rob DiToma

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ...........................Joe Kinney (Lehigh, 1988) Record at School (Yrs.): ...............211-253 (11 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: .... Greg Durrah, Rick Clagett, Brandt Godshank

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ........................................................ 6-40-1 Conference Record/Finish: ............................... 5-19/9th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ......................................25/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost: ..........................................18/2 All-Time Versus Army: ...............................Army leads 9-7

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 24-29 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 9-11/4th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................................23/7 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 9/2 All-Time Versus Army: .......................Army leads 60-53-2

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Joe Lorenzo

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Rob Froio

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI INF Sr. 5-9 175 .301 1 14

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Jr. 5-8 150 .367 0 34

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Brian Callahan L Jr. 6-2 210 3-5 5.46 57.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Corey Shea L Jr. 6-0 175 4-3 4.81 67.1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ..................................Brian Beyrer SID Phone: .............................................. (914) 633-2334 Cell Phone: ..............................................(914) 497-3136 SID Email: ............................................ bbeyrer@iona.edu SID Fax Number: ................................... (914) 633-2072 Press Box Phone: ....................................................... N/A Web Site: .......................................................ICGaels.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: .................................... Kate Meier SID Phone: ............................................. (610) 330-5518 Cell Phone: .................................................................. N/A SID Email: ...................................... meierk@lafayette.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (610) 330-5519 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A Web Site: ................................................ GoLeopards.com

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2010 OPPONENTS

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2004, 2005, 2009

LEHIGH

STEVE MAY

94

LONG ISLAND

April 17-18 • West Point, N.Y.

March 13 • Lakeland, Fla.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .................................................. Bethlehem, Pa. Enrollment: ............................................................. 4,700 Colors: ................................................... Brown and White Nickname: ............................................. Mountain Hawks Conference: ............................................... Patriot League Home Field: ...................... Murray H. Goodman Campus

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .....................................................Brooklyn, N.Y. Enrollment: ........................................................... 11,000 Colors: .....................................................Black and Silver Nickname: ........................................................ Blackbirds Conference: .......................................................Northeast Home Field: ........................................................ LIU Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ..........................Sean Leary (Lehigh, 1993) Record at School (Yrs.): .......... 272-355-6 (15 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ..... Brian Hirschberg, John Bisco, Kyle Collina

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .......Don Maines (East Stroudsburg, 1982) Record at School (Yrs.): ...............55-139-1 (4 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): .............. 325-548-5 (18 seasons) Asst. Coaches: ........ Craig Noto, Dan Pirillo, Chris Reyes

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ....................................................... 11-36-1 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 4-14/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................... 10/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 4/0 All-Time Versus Army: ..........................Army leads 63-32

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 10-40 Conference Record/Finish: ............................... 4-16/8th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................14/11 Pitchers Returning/Lost: .......................................... 14/3 All-Time Versus Army: ...............................Army leads 9-8

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Billy Goldman

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Chris Kievit

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Jr. 6-0 190 .333 0 16

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Sr. 5-10 200 .303 8 41

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Andrew Berger R Sr. 6-3 190 2-6 5.31 57.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Paul Lopez L Jr. 5-10 170 1-2 7.17 21.1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ...................................Garrett Falk SID Phone: ..............................................(610) 758-5101 Cell Phone: .................................................................. N/A SID Email: ..........................................gkf209@lehigh.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (610) 758-4407 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A Web Site: ...............................................Lehighsports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ............................Shawn Sweeney SID Phone: ..............................................(718) 488-1307 Cell Phone: .................................................................. N/A SID Email: .................................. shawn.sweeney@liu.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (718) 488-3302 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A Web Site: .................................................LIUathletics.com

MARIST

N AV Y

April 28 • Fishkill, N.Y.

April 10-11 • Annapolis, Md.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ............................................Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Enrollment: ............................................................. 4,000 Colors: ....................................................... Red and White Nickname: .........................................................Red Foxes Conference: ...................................Metro Atlantic Athletic Home Field: ................................................McCann Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ...................................................Annapolis, Md. Enrollment: ............................................................. 4,200 Colors: ...............................................Navy Blue and Gold Nicknames: .........................................Midshipmen, Mids Conference: ............................................... Patriot League Home Field: ............................. Terwilliger Brothers Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ........................... Chris Tracz (Marist, 2005) Record at School (Yrs.): ............................... First Season Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ................... Joe Michalski, John McGorty

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ... Paul Kostacopoulos (Providence, 1987) Record at School (Yrs.): ...119-92-3 (4 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ........................... 623-424-5 (20 seasons) Asst. Coaches: .............. Scott Friedholm, Matt Reynolds

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ..........................................................31-27 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 15-9/3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...................................... 21/6 Pitchers Returning/Lost: .........................................13/4 All-Time Versus Army: ..........................Marist leads 12-8

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ...................................................... 32-25-1 Conference Record/Finish:............................... 11-9/2nd Lettermen Returning/Lost: .................................... 18/10 Pitchers Returning/Lost:.......................................... 12/6 All-Time Versus Army: .........................Navy leads 100-88

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Ricky Pacione

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Jr. 5-8 165 .335 8 51

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI Mike Guadagnini IF Jr. 6-1 195 .374 3 24

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. B.J. Martin R Sr. 6-0 185 5-3 4.36 86.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Luke Roberts R Jr. 6-1 152 2-0 1.00 27.0

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................. Mike Ferraro SID Phone: ............................................. (845) 575-3321 Cell Phone: ............................................. (914) 456-3447 SID Email: .........................Michael.J.Ferraro@marist.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (845) 471-0466 Press Box Phone: ................................... (914) 456-3447 Web Site: ................................................GoRedFoxes.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ......................... Jonathan Maggart SID Phone: ...............................................(410) 293-8771 Cell Phone:...............................................(410) 507-5873 SID Email: ..........................................maggart@usna.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (410) 293-8954 Press Box Phone: ................................... (410) 293-5430 Web Site: .................................................. navysports.com

RYAN DAVIS WWW.GOARMYSPORTS.COM


2010 OPPONENTS

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

N E W YO R K T E C H

O H I O S TAT E

May 5 • Old Westbury, N.Y.

March 20 • Winter Haven, Fla.

March 23 • West Point, N.Y.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ............................................. Old Westbury, N.Y. Enrollment: ........................................................... 15,000 Colors: ........................................................Blue and Gold Nickname: ................................................................Bears Conference: ......................................................East Coast Home Field: ...........................................President’s Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................. Columbus, Ohio Enrollment: ........................................................... 51,818 Colors: ....................................................Scarlet and Gray Nickname: ..........................................................Buckeyes Conference: ........................................................... Big Ten Home Field: ........................................ Bill Davis Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ..................................................Hamden, Conn. Enrollment: ............................................................. 5,400 Colors: ....................................................... Navy and Gold Nickname: ............................................................ Bobcats Conference: ......................................................Northeast Home Field: ................................................Bobcats Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .............. Bob Hirschfield (St. John’s, 1968) Record at School (Yrs.): ......... 623-654-14 (29 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ...................... Mike Caulfield, Ron McKay

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ...........................Bob Todd (Missouri, 1971) Record at School (Yrs.): ........... 831-435-2 (22 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ................955-517-2 (26 seasons) Asst. Coaches: .......Greg Cypret, Peter Jenkins, Justin Miller, Eric Parker

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ................... Dan Gooley (Quinnipiac, 1970) Record at School (Yrs.): ........... 348-299-7 (19 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............... 449-389-8 (24 seasons) Asst. Coaches: ..................... Tim Binkowski, Dan Scarpa

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ...................................................... 19-29-1 Conference Record/Finish:.......................... Independent Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................................19/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost:........................................... 14/3 All-Time Versus Army: .................N.Y. Tech leads 16-11-1

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 42-19 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 18-6/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................................22/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost:........................................... 10/3 All-Time Versus Army: ...................... Ohio State leads 3-0

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 18-34 Conference Record/Finish:.............................. 11-17/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................................20/7 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 9/4 All-Time Versus Army: .............................Series tied 2-2-2

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Effrey Valdez

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Ryan Dew

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Brian Monack

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI INF Jr. 6-0 190 .401 11 40

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Sr. 6-1 220 .388 7 42

Q U I N N I P I AC

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Sr. 5-11 185 .315 9 32

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Andrew Guarassi R Sr. 6-0 190 6-5 4.36 86.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Alex Wimmers R Jr. 6-2 195 9-2 3.27 104.2

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Michael Oskandy R Sr. 6-3 220 3-7 6.14 63.0

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ..................................... Ben Arcuri SID Phone: ............................................. (516) 686-7504 Cell Phone: ..............................................(516) 351-7664 SID Email: ...............................................barcuri@nyit.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (516) 686-1219 Press Box Phone: ....................................(516) 686-6977 Web Site: ............................................... nyit.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ..................................... Jerry Emig SID Phone: ............................................. (614) 688-0343 Cell Phone: ..............................................(614) 203-2766 SID Email: ..............................................emig.2@osu.edu SID Fax Number .................................... (614) 292-8547 Press Box Phone .................................... (614) 292-0021 Web Site: ................................... OhioStateBuckeyes.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................. Ken Sweeten SID Phone: .............................................(203) 582-8625 Cell Phone: .............................................(203) 859-8529 SID Email: ................. kenneth.sweeten@quinnipiac.edu SID Fax Number: ....................................(203) 582-5385 Press Box Phone: ................................. (203) 859-8529 Web Site: .................................... Quinnipiacbobcats.com

LOGAN LEE 2010 ARMY BASEBALL

SETON HALL

SIENA

April 6 • South Orange, N.J.

March 30 • Loudonville, N.Y.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ............................................ South Orange, N.J, Enrollment: ............................................................. 9,700 Colors: ...................................................... Blue and White Nickname: .............................................................. Pirates Conference: .......................................................... Big East Home Field: .....................................Owen T. Carroll Field

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................ Loudonville, N.Y. Enrollment: ............................................................. 3,000 Colors: ..................................................... Green and Gold Nickname: ............................................................... Saints Conference: ...................................Metro Atlantic Athletic Home Field: .................................................... Siena Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ...............Rob Sheppard (Seton Hall, 1992) Record at School (Yrs.): ............. 132-176-1 (6 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ........................Phil Cundari, Chris Bagley

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ............Tony Rossi (SUNY Brockport, 1965) Record at School (Yrs.): ............674-798-6 (41 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: .......Jimmy Jackson, Keith Glasser, Phil Cahill

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 25-24 Conference Record/Finish:..............................13-14/9th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .....................................21/10 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 1/2 All-Time Versus Army: ...............Seton Hall leads 20-13-1

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 15-35 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 9-15/7th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................... 21/9 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 9/5 All-Time Versus Army: ................................Army leads 9-4

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Michael Rogers

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Dan Paolini

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI INF Sr. 6-0 195 .299 1 23

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI INF So. 6-0 195 .430 11 53

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Brian Black R So. 6-3 190 6-3 3.48 93.0

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Kyle Sumple R Jr. 6-0 191 2-6 6.51 55.1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ............................ Joe Montefusco SID Phone: ..............................................(973) 761-9493 Cell Phone: ............................................. (973) 670-2752 SID Email: .......................... joseph.montefusco@shu.edu SID Fax Number: .....................................(973) 761-9061 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A Web Site: ..................................................SHUpirates.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: .....................................Jason Rich SID Phone: ..............................................(518) 783-2411 Cell Phone: ............................................. (518) 542-7240 SID Email: ................................................ jrich@siena.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (518) 783-2992 Press Box Phone: ................................... (518) 542-7240 Web Site: ................................................ SienaSaints.com

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2010 OPPONENTS UMBC

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UNC GREENSBORO

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Feb. 26-28 • Baltimore, Md.

March 5-7 • Greensboro, N.C.

Wake Forest, Feb. 18-20

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................... Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: ........................................................... 12,870 Colors: ...................................................... Black and Gold Nickname: .........................................................Retrievers Conference: ..................................................America East Home Field: ...........The Baseball Factory Field at UMBC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ............................................... Greensboro, N.C. Enrollment: ........................................................... 18,502 Colors: ............................................Gold, White and Navy Nickname: .......................................................... Spartans Conference: ........................................................ Southern Home Field: .............................. UNCG Baseball Stadium

Maryland-Baltimore County, Feb. 25-27

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ................John Jancuska (Delaware, 1975) Record at School (Yrs.): ............663-676-6 (32 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............................................... Same Asst. Coaches: ........Bobb Mumma, Greg Beckman, Kevin Daly

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .......................... Mike Gaski (Detriot, 1973) Record at School (Yrs.): ........... 578-460-1 (19 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): ............... 569-427-1 (18 seasons) Asst. Coaches: ..................... Jamie Athas, Dustin Ijames

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: .............................................................9-36 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 4-18/7th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .....................................17/13 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 2/3 All-Time Versus Army: ................................Army leads 8-3

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 20-29 Conference Record/Finish:.............................. 7-21/10th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .....................................17/13 Pitchers Returning/Lost:............................................. 7/6 All-Time Versus Army: ..............................UNCG leads 2-1

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI Max Himmelstein 1B So. 6-2 220 .304 3 26

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI Corey Overholtzer OF Sr. 5-11 160 .299 3 36

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Kevin Clark R Sr. 6-1 216 3-4 5.30 54.1

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Warren Slack R Jr. 5-11 160 4-0 3.77 62.0

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ....................... Tom Fenstermaker SID Phone: ............................................. (410) 455-1530 Cell Phone: ............................................. (301) 675-8883 SID Email: ..........................................tfenster@umbc.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (410) 455-3994 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A Web Site: ........................................... umbcretrievers.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ............................... David Percival SID Phone: ............................................. (336) 334-5615 Cell Phone: ............................................. (336) 420-7518 SID Email: ...........................................drperciv@uncg.edu SID Fax Number: ....................................(336) 334-3282 Press Box Phone: ...................................(336) 334-3885 Web Site: ............................................. uncgspartans.com

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Spring Trip to Florida, March 11-20 Comfort Inn 4732 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33614 (813) 877-6061

Holy Cross, April 2-3 Crowne Plaza Worcester 10 Lincoln Square Worcester, MA 01608 (508) 791-1600

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WA K E F O R E S T

YA L E

Feb. 19-20 • Winston-Salem, N.C.

March 14 • Lakeland, Fla.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ......................................... Winston-Salem, N.C. Enrollment: ..............................................................4,476 Colors: ................................................Old Gold and Black Nickname: ..............................................Demon Deacons Conference: .................................................Atlantic Coast Home Field: ..........................Wake Forest Baseball Park

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ............................................. New Haven, Conn. Enrollment: ............................................................. 5,200 Colors: .............................................. Yale Blue and White Nickname: ........................................................... Bulldogs Conference: ......................................................Ivy League Home Field: .......................................................Yale Field

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ....................................................Tom Walter Record at School (Yrs.): ............................... First Season Career Record (Yrs.): ...................428-331 (14 seasons) Asst. Coaches: .......Dennis Healy, Bill Cilento, Grant Achilles

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ........................... John Stuper (LaRoche, 1980) Record at School (Yrs.): ............... 335-372-1 (18 seasons) Career Record (Yrs.): .....................................................Same Asst. Coaches: ... Tucker Frawley, Ray Guarino, Kevin Huber

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ......................................................... 22-30 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 6-24/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost: .....................................20/12 Pitchers Returning/Lost:...........................................13/5 All-Time Versus Army: ...................................First Meeting

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: ..........................................................13-24 Conference Record/Finish:................................ 7-13/4th Lettermen Returning/Lost: ......................................19/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost: .......................................... 14/2 All-Time Versus Army: .......................Army leads 51-33-1

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Steven Brooks

Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI OF Jr. 6-0 200 .328 9 39

TOP PLAYERS Returnees Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Avg. HR RBI Trygg Larsson-Danforth 1B Sr. 6-6 240 .344 7 37

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Zach White L So. 6-1 247 4-1 3.32 38.0

Returning Pitcher L/R Cl. Ht. Wt. W-L ERA Inn. Vinny Lally L Jr. 6-0 190 3-3 7.68 34.0

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ................................... Chad Crunk SID Phone: .............................................(336) 758-5842 Cell Phone: ..............................................(270) 839-5765 SID Email: ............................................crunkmc@wfu.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (336) 758-5140 Press Box Phone: ................................... (336) 759-7373 Web Site: ......................................WakeForestSports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Baseball Contact: ....................................Steve Conn SID Phone: ............................................. (203) 432-1455 Cell Phone: .................................................................. N/A SID Email: ..................................... steven.conn@yale.edu SID Fax Number: .................................... (203) 432-7772 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ N/A WebSite: ................................................ YaleBulldogs.com

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SID CONTACTS Akron (Rita Chinyere) ........................ (330) 972-7171 Bradley (Tony Dobson) ........................ (309) 677-3788 Bucknell (Todd Merriett) ......................(570) 577-3488 Cornell (Kevin Zeise) ............................(607) 255-3752 Dayton (Seth Iiames)............................(937) 229-4419 Eastern Illinois (Ben Turner) ................(217) 581-7020 Hofstra (Brian Bohl) .............................(516) 463-2907 Holy Cross (Meredith Cook) ................ (508) 793-2583 Iona (Brian Beyrer) .............................. (914) 633-2334 Lafayette (Kate Meier) .........................(610) 330-5518 Lehigh (Garrett Falk) ............................(610) 758-5101 Long Island (Shawn Sweeney).............(718) 488-1307 Marist (Mike Ferraro) .......................... (845) 575-3321 Navy (Jonathan Maggert)..................... (410) 293-8771 New York Tech (Ben Acuri) .................. (516) 686-7504 Ohio State (Jerry Emig) ....................... (614) 688-0343 Quinnipiac (Ken Sweeten) .................. (203) 582-8625 Seton Hall (Joe Montefusco) ...............(973) 761-9493 Siena (Jason Rich)................................(518) 783-2411 UMBC (Tom Fenstermaker) .................(410) 455-1530 UNC Greensboro (David Percival)....... (336) 334-5615 Wake Forest (Chad Crunk).................. (336) 758-5842 Yale (Steve Conn) ................................ (203) 432-1455

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ARMY’S 1928 BASEBALL SQUAD Football is not the only sport at the United States Militar y Academy owning a long and storied tradition. After celebrating its 100th anniversary in 1990, the intercollegiate baseball program at West Point thrives today, with a history that rivals any in the country. Not only was baseball the first organized sport at the Academy, but the game’s originator, Abner Doubleday, is an 1842 West Point graduate. Sometime during the Civil War, a sophomore cadet requested permission to purchase some baseball equipment in an effort to generate interest in the sport. Four years later, games were being played between the Academy’s four classes. The Black Knights began formally playing the sport in 1890, when a decision was made to adopt baseball as part of the athletic program at West Point. More than a century has passed, but the sport still thrives along the banks of the Hudson, as it has since that first historic game against the Riverton Club of Philadelphia, 120 years ago. Overall, Army teams have posted a 1,476-1,231-41 record (.545), with victory No. 1,000 coming in a 9-7 decision over Long Island University in 1989. The Black Knights played the 2,500th intercollegiate game in program history in 2005 and stand 24 victories shy of the 1,500-win barrier. When glancing through a list of the Academy’s former diamondmen, prominent names abound. Legends such as Omar Bradley, Louis Merrillat, Vernon Prichard, Robert Neyland and Elmer Oliphant all lettered in baseball while doubling as All-America members of Army’s football team. Earl “Red” Blaik, the winningest football coach in Army history, met with success on the baseball diamond as a

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cadet, while other notable athletes to leave their cleatmarks on Doubleday Field include Douglas MacArthur, Fred Franks, Ray Odierno, Shane Kimbrough, William Wood, Russell P. “Red” Reeder and John Roosma. An interesting sidelight is the fact that Christy Mathewson, one of the greatest pitchers in the history of Major League Baseball, served a brief three-week stint as an assistant baseball coach at the Academy in 1908. That marked the beginning of a long association between West Point and the big leagues with the Black Knights playing the first of 68 exhibition games against professional teams in 1914, hosting the New York Giants. No fewer than 16 men have worn the title of Army baseball head coach since 1895, when a cadet, Abraham Lott, served as both coach and captain. The first five Army teams were self-coached, as were the teams from 1897 to 1900. In all, six coaches have won more than 100 games during their tenure, including current field boss Joe Sottolano, who already stands second on Army’s career coaching victories list after just 10 years in charge. He enters this spring needing 11 wins to move past Dan Roberts atop the list. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field, “The Home of Army Baseball,” is yet another source of historical nostalgia. Having undergone a major renovation project that added locker room accommodations and chairback seating for fans last decade, the pristine facility received a new natural grass playing surface in 2006. The multi-million dollar project included the addition of new lighted hitting tunnels, sparkling bullpen areas and a host of dugout improvements. Doubleday Field had its birth in 1909 when games were first contested on

its present site. Thirty years later, upon the centennial celebration of baseball, the playing field was named in honor of Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday, popularly known as the “Father of Army Baseball.” The stadium itself was dedicated in 1997 in honor of the family of Rupert H. Johnson (USMA ’21), whose generosity helped enable the Doubleday Society to give the then-87-yearold facility a grand new look. Army and Navy entered the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League in 1948, joining the eight Ivy League schools as league members. Four Cadet teams won or shared the league title, three under the guidance of Eric Tipton. Army tied Princeton for first place in 1950, while garnering the title outright in 1960, 1965, and 1966. The Army diamond squad began a new era in 1993, gaining membership in the Patriot League. That association ended a 44-year relationship with the EIBL. After capturing a Patriot League divisional title in 1994, the Black Knights won their first Patriot League championship in 1997. En route to their first outright league crown of any kind since 1966, the Cadets equalled or surpassed 35 team and individual records and placed a total of 10 players on the Patriot League’s two all-star squads at season’s end. Army made further history in 2000, roaring through the Patriot League Championship Series as the No. 3 seed on its way to garnering the first NCAA Regional berth in school history. The “Cardiac Cadets” registered 18 comefrom-behind victories during the spring, with an amazing 12 of those wins coming during Army’s last at-bat. Despite losing twice in their initial NCAA showing, the Black Knights put forth a strong effort, falling by the scores of 4-3 and 3-1 to host and top seed Rutgers, and eventual regional champ Penn State, respectively. Army returned to the NCAA Regionals in 2004 after authoring what, at the time, rated as the most successful season in school history. The Black Knights, who fashioned a thenschool-record 37 wins (37-15), equaled or tied 84 team and individual, school and Patriot League standards on their way to capturing their second conference title in five years. Army put forth another strong showing at the NCAAs, losing to host and eventual regional champ LSU (9-0) and College of Charleston (2-1). The Black Knights received votes in the final National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) poll for their first end-of-season national recognition. For the first time in Patriot League history, a school swept all four of the conference’s major

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NOT ONLY WAS BASEBALL THE FIRST ORGANIZED SPORT AT THE ACADEMY, BUT THE GAME’S ORIGINATOR, ABNER DOUBLEDAY, IS AN 1842 WEST POINT GRADUATE. SOMETIME DURING THE CIVIL WAR, A SOPHOMORE CADET REQUESTED PERMISSION TO PURCHASE SOME BASEBALL EQUIPMENT IN AN EFFORT TO GENERATE INTEREST IN THE SPORT. FOUR YEARS LATER, GAMES WERE BEING PLAYED BETWEEN THE ACADEMY’S FOUR CLASSES. postseason awards as Sottolano, Schuyler Williamson, Nick Hill and Milan Dinga earned Patriot League Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, Pitcher of the Year and Rookie of the Year honors, respectively. Additionally, Nate Stone became only the third Army player, and the first in four decades, to be selected to one of the All-America teams as voted by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA). Previous honorees include Ed Haydash (1963) and Barry DeBolt (1966). Army also featured a pair of Freshman AllAmerica selections in 2004 with Dinga and Hill collecting honors. Hill became the first Army freshman to earn All-America laurels when he was named to the Third Team All-America squad by Collegiate Baseball. As memorable as 2004 was in the minds of Army followers, 2005 proved even better. In addition to making their second straight postseason trip as Patriot League champions, the Black Knights notched their first NCAA Regional win by defeating South Alabama (8-5). The victory came less than 24 hours after Army nearly shocked top-seeded Florida State, before falling to the host Seminoles 3-2. Named Patriot League Coach of the Year for the second straight season, Sottolano guided the Black Knights to their fourth Patriot League championship and the school’s third NCAA Regional appearance. For the second straight year, Army players swept the conference’s top three postseason awards as Kyle Scogin was named conference player of the year, Hill repeated as the league’s pitcher of the year and Cole White copped the circuit’s rookie of the year honors. Finishing off the most successful back-toback seasons in school history, Army made its third postseason appearance in six years. For the second straight spring, the Black Knights established a new single season school record for victories (39), one of 85 team and individual, school and league records they established or tied throughout the season. For the second consecutive year, Army garnered votes in the final NCBWA national poll

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and boasted a pair of All-America selections. While Hill was named to the ABCA second team All-America squad, Scogin was selected to the third unit. Army also registered 17 Patriot League victories in 2005, a conference record the Black Knights first established in 1994 and equaled in 2004. Continuing a level of unparalleled success in the program’s history, Army registered at least 30 wins for the third consecutive season in 2006. It marked the first time that that the Black Knights reeled off at least 30 wins in three straight years. At season’s end, Dinga was named to the NCBWA’s Third Team AllAmerica squad as a relief pitcher. Hill became the latest Army player to represent his country on the baseball diamond in 2006, earning a roster spot on the USA National Baseball Team. He was the first Black Knight to play for Team USA since Steve Reich did so in 1993 and became only the second Army player to don the “Red, White and Blue.” After being selected in the seventh round of the 2007 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Seattle Mariners, Hill has steadily risen through the minor league ranks. He became the first Army player invited to Major League spring training camp this spring after reaching the Triple-A level with the Mariners last season. Hill and Dinga had become the first two Army players selected in the top 10 rounds of the major league draft in 2007. Dinga was chosen in the 10th round of the selection process by the Los Angeles Angels, three rounds after Hill was selected by Seattle. Army extended its current school-record streak of 25-victory seasons to five in 2008. The Black Knights claimed their fourth Patriot League regular-season championship and had three players -- Drew Clothier, Chris Simmons and White -- selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft in June. The Black Knights maintained their recent domination of both the Patriot League and Navy last spring, claiming a third conference title in six years. In the process, Army notched its

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sixth consecutive series “star” against the Mids and ran its four-year record against their arch rivals to 21-4, the Black Knights’ most lopsided stretch in the long matchup’s history. Army finished its most successful season at 36-21 overall in 2009 and posted two wins at the Austin Regional, reaching the final of a regional for the first time in school history. Ben Koenigsfeld, who became the first player in Patriot League history to earn first team allleague laurles at two different positions in the same season, was named conference pitcher of the year, while Zach Price was selected league rookie of the year. Joey Henshaw and Clint Moore became the latest Black Knights selected to the ABCA All-American team, while Price was named a Freshman All-American. Army also received votes in the final NCBWA national poll for the third time in six years (2004, 2005, 2009). Assuming the reins as Army’s 16th field boss in 2000, Sottolano has built a championship juggernaut to compete on the national level. He has directed the Black Knights to four 30win seasons and the only four NCAA Regional appearances in school history. Army has featured 59 first team All-Patriot League selections (including a league-record seven last spring), since entering the conference in 1993, garnering seven conference pitcher of the year, four player of the year and four rookie of the year citings. Army players have been named Patriot League Pitcher of the Year five times in the last nine years. Additionally, 11 different Black Knights have copped a total of 25 different All-America honors (preseason, postseason, freshman, academic) the past six years and six Army players have been selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft. Throughout Army’s long history, Black Knight pitchers boast three no-hitters to their credit. Neyland threw Army’s first no-hitter when he beat Colgate 8-0 in 1914. Four decades later, Rod Vitty no-hit Swarthmore 3-0 in 1955 before Jon Rindfleisch fired a no-hitter at the Little Quakers in 1957.

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GREAT MOMENTS IN ARMY HISTORY 1890 The first truly organized sport at the U.S. Military Academy was baseball, which begins in 1890, playing a three-game schedule against the Riverton Club of Philadelphia, the Sylvans Club of New York, and the Atlantics from Governors Island. The first game against Riverton ends in an 8-8 tie, but Army wins the other two contests.

1908 Hall-of-Famer Christy Mathewson, one of the greatest pitchers in Major League Baseball history, serves a brief, three-week stint on the Cadets’ coaching staff. So begins a long association between West Point and the big leagues.

1909 Army’s Baseball Field is first laid out at its present location. A new skinned diamond is constructed early in the season on the grass plot south of “Cadet Camp.” It proves to be a great improvement in every way over the old diamond on the infantry plain. Prior to the installation of a temporary fence in the 1970s, established to satisfy Eastern League regulations, the dimensions of the field measured 325 feet down the left field line, 434 feet to straightaway center field and a monstrous 535 feet down the right field line. For several years, the field is known as “the main baseball diamond” or “the baseball field near the Cadet Camp.”

1914 As a favor to Army head coach Sammy Strang, legendary manager John McGraw sends a group of his New York Giants rookies to West Point for an exhibition game against Army’s varsity squad on May 9. The Giants prevail 7-2 in a contest that marks the first of 85 exhibition games scheduled between Army and Major League teams from 1914 to 1986. Sixty-eight of those matchups were actually played, although a small number were called after a few innings due to rain. During several years, more than one team traveled to West Point.

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Bob Neyland, Army’s career leader in pitching victories, fires the first no-hitter in Army history, blanking Colgate 8-0. The Army sophomore posts a remarkable 35-5 record during his days in the Black, Gold and Gray (1913-16). Neyland would go on to football coaching greatness at the University of Tennessee and would eventually be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and Army Sports Hall of Fame.

Former Major-Leaguer Eric Tipton assumes the reins of Army’s baseball program. Tipton guides the Black Knights to three Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League titles (1960, 1965, 1966) over the next 20 years, finishing with a 234-201-5 (.538) coaching record. Although his career victory standard has since been surpassed at the Academy, T i p to n ’ s te a m s notched double-digit victory totals 16 times.

1934 Playing his final game at West Point on June 11, New York Yankees legend Babe Ruth launches a ball to the tennis court fences in right field, a distance of well over 500 feet. It remains arguably the longest ball ever hit at Doubleday Field.

1939 Marking the nation’s centennial celebration of baseball, Army’s home field is dedicated to the memory of Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday on May 17. The 1842 West Point graduate is credited with devising the game of baseball while on leave from the Academy in 1939.

1944 The New York Giants, New York Yankees, Brooklyn Dodgers and Montreal Expos all travel to the United States Military Academy for exhibition games against Army’s baseball team. In all, five games are contested, with Army posting an 8-6 victory against a team comprised of Montreal Royals (Triple-A) and Brooklyn Dodgers rookies.

1945 Army registers its first and only two victories over a Major League team by defeating the Brooklyn Dodgers twice in three matchups at Doubleday Field. It also marks the final year that the Dodgers hold their spring training camp at nearby Bear Mountain. The Cadets prove their wins over “Dem Bums” are no fluke, posting a 15-0 collegiate record, the second undefeated season in school history and the first since 1890.

1950 Army claims a share of the school’s first conference title, tying Princeton for the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League crown under the direction head coach Paul Amen.

1955 Senior right-hander Rod Vitty fires Army’s first no-hitter in four decades, shutting out Swarthmore 3-0.

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1959 Fred Franks serves as captain of the Army baseball team and is later commissioned in the Armor branch of the U.S. Army. Twice wounded during his tour of duty in Vietnam, he later commanded the First Armored Division in Germany and was Commanding General of the VII Corps during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. Franks later retired from the U.S. Army with the rank of General.

1960 The Cadets capture their first outright conference championship, winning the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League title under head coach Eric Tipton. Army finishes 18-5-1 overall, tying the Academy’s single-season record for victories at the time.

1965 Army wins the first of two straight Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League titles and the second of three conference crowns it would claim during the decade of the 1960s. Hardthrowing junior Barr y DeBolt registers a 7-2 record with a sparkling 1.50 earned run average, leading the Black Knights to a 15-6 overall record and 7-2 league mark. DeBolt and Kenny Smith garner all-EIBL honors.

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1966 Led by standout pitcher Barry DeBolt, Army claims its second consecutive Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League title, posting an overall record of 16-4. DeBolt authors one of the most dominant pitching seasons in Army history, finishing 9-1 with a league-leading 1.33 earned run average. He becomes the first Cadet to earn all-league laurels during three straight seasons.

1976 The New York Yankees visit West Point for the final time, defeating Army 2-0. Covering a 50-year span stretching from 1927 through 1976, 21 exhibition games were played between the Cadets and Yankees. The Bronx Bombers prevailed in each of those contests.

1984 Under the direction of manager Davey Johnson, the New York Mets make their final visit to Doubleday Field for an exhibition game against the Army baseball team. The Mets post a 6-0 win over the Cadets with a roster that includes veterans Rusty Staub, Jesse Orosco and Mookie Wilson, as well as young stars Dwight Gooden and Darr yl Straw berry. The Mets, who made their first West Point appearance in 1963 with legendary manager Casey Stengel at the helm, visited Doubleday Field on eight occasions during the 22-year span, winning all eight affairs.

1986 The Houston Astros visit West Point on May 6 for what would mark the final exhibition game between Army and a Major League team at Doubleday Field. Houston wins by the score of 9-0 as the Astros score all of their runs in the third and fourth innings. Glenn Davis delivers a three-run home run and Phil Garner adds a solo shot for Houston to spark a four-run fourth. Tom Cascino and Erik Everton bang out two hits each for Army.

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The Black Knights record the 1,000th victory in the history of Army’s intercollegiate baseball program, defeating Long Island University by a 9-7 count on April 18.

Doubleday Field undergoes a $4.2 million dollar renovation that includes construction of full locker rooms, fully equipped training rooms, clubhouse facilities and the addition of 880 fixed chair-back seats. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field is dedicated on Sept. 13 in honor of the family of Rupert H. Johnson (USMA ‘21), whose generosity helped enable the Doubleday Society to give the facility a grand new look.

1992 Junior left-hander Steve Reich leads Army to a season-opening 5-2 win over Air Force, striking out 17 Falcons in the seven-inning contest played at the U.S. Olympic Training site in Millington, Tenn. Reich would graduate a year later, having authored unparalleled career success against his fellow service academies. Six appearances against Air Force and Navy resulted in six complete-game victories and a remarkable 1.71 earned run average. Reich was simply dominant against arch-rival Navy, winning all four of his starts, while posting a microscopic 0.96 ERA. Reich became the first Army player to earn a spot on Team USA following graduation and spent his first summer as a second lieutenant toiling internationally.

1993 Army’s baseball team begins a new era, ending a 44-year relationship with the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League by gaining membership in the Patriot League.

1994 The Black Knights defeat Fordham 9-2 in a one-game playoff to determine the Patriot League’s North Division title. It marks Army’s first conference crown of any kind since 1966.

1995 Army heads to Tampa, Fla., for its spring trip as invited guests of the New York Yankees, beginning a practice that continues today. The Black Knights schedule daily w o r ko u t s a t the Yankees’ sprawling fourfield minor league complex, just across the road from George M. Steinbrenner Field.

1997 Army captures its first Patriot League title and first outright conference flag of any kind in more than 30 years. The Black Knights are denied their first trip to the NCAA Regionals when they fall to Harvard 2-1 in a best-of-three NCAA Play-In Series.

2000 Under the direction of interim head coach Joe Sottolano, third-seeded Army storms through the Patriot League Tournament, sweeping regular-season champion Navy on the Mids’ home field en route to the conference championship. The “Cardiac Cadets” register 18 come-from-behind wins throughout the season, piling up 12 victories in their final atbat. Despite losing twice in their initial NCAA Regional appearance, the Black Knights put forth a respectable effort, losing to host and No. 1 seed Rutgers 4-3 and eventual regional champion Penn State 3-1. The “interim” label is removed from Sottolano’s coaching title at season’s end.

2004 One of the Army baseball family’s most decorated members drops by his old dugout at Doubleday Field on April 13. Maj. Gen. Ray Odierno, commander of the infantry division that was responsible for capturing Saddam Hussein in Iraq five months earlier and a former Black Knight pitcher, pays a visit to the Army squad. A three-time letterwinner during his days in the Black, Gold and Gray, Maj. Gen. Odierno addresses the Army team for nearly 30 minutes in the squad’s clubhouse in Johnson Stadium.

2004 Patriot League champion-Army enjoys the most successful season in school history, finishing with a school-record 37 wins (37-15). The Black Knights establish or tie 84 team and individual, school and conference records along the way. Army’s magical year ends with losses to top-seed and eventual regional champ LSU (9-0) and College of Charleston (2-1) at the Baton Rouge Regional.

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GREAT MOMENTS IN ARMY HISTORY

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2004 Bob Neyland is selected as a member of the charter class of the newly formed Army Sports Hall of Fame. Legendary head coach Eric Tipton is elected one year later; Steve Reich joins in 2006; and Arnold Galiffa and Barry DeBolt follow in 2007. In all, the Army baseball program is represented in each of the first four classes (by five individuals) elected to the Army Sports Hall of Fame, joining only the sports of football and men’s basketball with such distinction.

2005 Army captures its second straight Patriot League championship by sweeping regular-season runnerup Lehigh 2-0 in the Patriot League Championship Series at Doubleday Field. Senior first baseman Walker Gorham becomes the first player in the 116-year history of Army’s baseball program to blast three home runs in a game, leading the Black Knights to a 10-1 rout and a second straight trip to the NCAA Regionals. Gorham is selected the tourney’s most valuable player for his home-run hitting heroics.

2005 Less than 24 hours after suffering a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to No. 1 seed and eventual regional champion Florida State, Army defeats South Alabama 8-5 at the Tallahassee Regional, heralding the first NCAA Regional win in school history. Army surpasses the school record victory total it set the previous year, closing the most successful season in West Point history at 39-14. Army establishes or ties 85 team and individual, school and Patriot League records, many of which had been previously set just one year earlier. Sophomore left-hander Nick Hill becomes the first player in Army history to garner All-America honors in consecutive seasons, finishing 10-2 with a 1.21 earned run average. The latter figure ranks second nationally.

2006 Army posts 30 victories for the third straight season, marking a new standard for the Academy’s baseball team. N Nick Hill becomes the first Black Knight since S Steve Reich in 1993 to p play for Team USA duriing the summer. Add ditionally, Doubleday Field receives a major F u upgrade as a comp pletely new natural ggrass playing surface iis installed, replacing the original diamond that had been in place for nearly a century.

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ARMY CELEBRATES A PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2005.

2007 Seniors Nick Hill and Milan Dinga are selected in the seventh and 10th round, respectively, in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft. Hill, chosen by the Seattle Mariners, and Dinga, tabbed by the Los Angeles Angels, graduate in May having combined to establish or equal 78 school and Patriot League records on single game, season and career levels.

2008 Forecast for a third-place finish in the Patriot League’s preseason poll, Army storms to the top of the conference standings. The Black Knights capture their fourth regular season Patriot League championship with a roster featuring 15 freshmen. Drew Clothier, Cole White and Chris Simmons are selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft.

2009 Army garners a share of its fourth regular season Patriot League championship in six years, completing a meteoric rise through the conference standings by winning three of four games against Lafayette on the final weekend of regular season conference play. The Black Knights win just one of their first six Patriot tilts and stand mired in fifth place in the conference standings in early April. But Army rallies to capture 12 of its final 14 Patriot League tilts to

zoom to the top of the final conference listings. After defeating Holy Cross in the conference semifinals, Army sweeps Lafayette in the Patriot League Championship Series to earn the fourth NCAA Regional berth in school history.

2009 Posting wins over second-seeded Texas State and No. 3 seed Boston College, Army reaches the Austin Regional Final, marking a first in school history. The Black Knights carry a 10-6 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning against No. 1 national seed Texas only to see the powerful Longhorns rally for a 14-10 victory, ending Army’s Cinderella run in the first Austin Regional “championship” game. The Black Knights finish 36-21 overall and set or tie 67 team and individual, school and Patriot League records along the way.

2010 After making an appearance with Triple-A Tacoma in the Pacific Coast League playoffs and earning a stint in the Arizona Fall League, former Army standout Nick Hill is invited to Major League spring training camp by the Seattle Mariners. Army’s career strikeouts leader and a two-time All-America selection during his playing days at the Academy, Hill becomes the first Army player to be invited to a big league camp.

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THROUGH THE YEARS

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

MEMBERS OF THE FIRST ARMY BASEBALL TEAM Year 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925

Coach Won Self-Coached 2 Self-Coached 0 Self-Coached 5 Self-Coached 3 Self-Coached 1 Abraham Lott 3 Abraham Lott (4-7) 1 Self-Coached 2 Self-Coached 1 Self-Coached 4 Self-Coached 3 Charles Irving Davis 6 Charles Irving Davis (16-8-1) 10 Mr. Steinwender (5-5) 5 Mr. Summersgill (4-4-1) 4 Walter Clarkson (5-7) 5 Dennis Houle 11 Dennis Houle 7 Dennis Houle (23-20-2) 5 Sammy Nicklin 8 Sammy Nicklin 14 Sammy Nicklin 16 Sammy Nicklin 12 Sammy Nicklin 16 Sammy Nicklin 10 Sammy Nicklin 18 Sammy Nicklin 10 Sammy Nicklin (112-45-2) 8 Hans Lobert 14 Hans Lobert 10 Hans Lobert 7 Hans Lobert 11 Hans Lobert 11 Hans Lobert 11 Hans Lobert 10 Hans Lobert (80-52-3) 6

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

Lost 0 2 1 2 5 2 5 5 5 2 4 2 6 5 4 7 3 7 10 7 6 5 4 6 5 3 8 1 7 7 6 5 5 5 6 11

Tied 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

Year 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

Coach Won Harold McCormick 6 Harold McCormick 9 Harold McCormick 9 Harold McCormick 5 Harold McCormick 9 Harold McCormick 7 Harold McCormick 11 Harold McCormick 5 Harold McCormick 9 Harold McCormick 9 Harold McCormick (83-59-1) 4 Walter French 9 Walter French 9 Walter French 8 Walter French 5 Walter French 8 Walter French (49-29-1) 10 Paul Amen 10 Paul Amen 11 Paul Amen 15 Paul Amen 9 Paul Amen 17 Paul Amen 16 Paul Amen 6 Paul Amen 14 Paul Amen 8 Paul Amen 10 Paul Amen 6 Paul Amen (133-76-7) 11 Joe Palone 10 Joe Palone 9 Joe Palone (32-27-4) 13

Lost 8 4 2 8 5 6 2 6 4 5 9 2 4 6 7 6 4 3 1 0 7 1 7 13 4 14 10 9 7 8 10 9

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

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LEO DUROCHER WITH LEGENDARY ARMY FOOTBALL COACH EARL “RED” BLAIK IN 1950

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THROUGH THE YEARS

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

THE NEW YORK YANKEES VISITED WEST POINT FOR AN EXHIBITION GAME IN 1966.

Year 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

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Coach Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton Eric Tipton (234-201-5) Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff Bill Permakoff (123-165-2) Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts

Won 10 11 18 12 15 12 13 15 16 10 12 15 7 10 8 10 11 9 14 6 10 19 15 21 19 12 10 17 23 22 15 22 23 21 13

Lost 11 10 5 7 6 10 6 6 4 8 9 7 14 14 16 13 10 15 11 19 17 16 20 20 19 25 27 21 13 20 22 18 17 13 26

Tied 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0

#

# #

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Coach Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Dan Roberts (281-295-5^) Joe Sottolano (23-14-1) Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano (271-205-5) 120 Seasons

Won 17 25 22 20 26 16 15 24 17 22 17 37 39 30 25 25 36 1476

Lost 22 17 23 21 20 29 28 20 27 21 25 15 14 20 23 25 21 1231

Tied 0 0 + 0 0 1 /$! 0 0 1 $% 1 0 1 0 /$% 0 /$% 1 1 @ 0 / 0 &$%> 41

^Includes Seven Games of 2000 Season *Won Share of Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League Title #Won Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League Title +Won Patriot League Divisional Title /Won Patriot League Regular Season Championship &Won Share of Patriot League Regular Season Championship $Won Patriot League Championship @Qualified for Patriot League Tournament !Advanced to NCAA Play-In Series %Advanced to NCAA Regionals >Advanced to NCAA Regional Final

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TEAM RECORDS

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

GAMES

Most in a Season: 57, 2009 Most Wins Overall: 39, 2005 Most Patriot League Wins: 17, 2005; 2004; 1994 Best Overall Winning Percentage: 1.000 (15-0), 1945 Best Overall Winning Percentage, Modern Era: .736 (39-14), 2005 Best Overall Winning Percentage (20 games minimum): .736 (39-14), 2005 Best Patriot League Winning Percentage: .850 (17-3), 2005 (17-3); 2004 (17-3); 1994 (17-3) Most Consecutive Wins: 23, 1944-45 Most Consecutive Wins, Modern Era: 16, 2004 Most Consecutive Wins, One Season: 16, 2004 Most Consecutive 30-Win Seasons: 3, 2004-06 Most Consecutive 25-Win Seasons: 5, 2004-active Most Consecutive Losses: 11, 1925 Most Consecutive Patriot League Wins: 12, 2004 Most Consecutive Doubleheader Sweeps: 5, 2004; 2002 Most Consecutive Patriot League Doubleheader Sweeps: 5, 2004; 2002 Most Consecutive Patriot League Series Sweeps: 3, 2005 Most Doubleheader Sweeps: 9, 2005 Most Consecutive Doubleheaders Without Being Swept: 25, 2004-06 Most Consecutive Patriot League Doubleheaders W/O Being Swept: 26, 2003-06 Most Patriot League Doubleheader Sweeps: 7, 2004 Most Consecutive Conference Championships: 2, 2004-05; 1965-66 Most Consecutive Regular Season Conference Titles: 2, 2008-09; 2004-05 Most Postseason Wins: 6, 2009 Most NCAA Tournament Wins: 2, 2009 Most Wins Against Navy: 4, 2008; 2007; 2005; 2000 Most Wins at Home: 21, 2004 Best Home Winning Percentage, Modern Era: .913 (21-2), 2004 Most Consecutive Wins at Home: 16, 2004 Fewest Home Losses, Modern Era: 2 (21-2), 2004 Fewest Home Losses (20 games minimum): 2 (21-2), 2004

BATTING - CONTINUED HOME RUNS Most in a Game: 6 vs. Fordham, 1982 Most in a Doubleheader: 8 vs. Brown, 1982 Most in a Patriot League Series: 12 vs. Lafayette, 2009 Most in a Season: 57, 2009 Most Players with at Least Six Home Runs in a Season: 6, 2009 TOTAL BASES Most in a Season: 950, 2009 Most in a Patriot League Series: 110 vs. Lafayette, 2009 RUNS BATTED IN Most in a Season: 408, 2009 WALKS Most in a Game: 16 vs. New York Tech, 1997; Yale, 1945 Most in a Season: 235, 1997 STRIKEOUTS Most in a Season: 344, 2005 STOLEN BASES Most in a Game: 13 vs. New York University, 1916 Most in a Season: 126, 1980

DEFENSE

Highest Fielding Percentage: .970, 2009 Most Triple Plays Turned: 1, Several times (most recently vs. Lehigh [Patriot League Tournament], 2005) DOUBLE PLAYS Most in a Season: 66, 2009

HONORS

Most All-League Selections: 11, 2005 Most First Team All-League Selections: 7, 2009 Most League Major Award Winners: 4, 2005; 2004

BATTING

Highest Batting Average: .329, 2009 Highest Slugging Percentage: .500, 2009

BASE HITS Most in a Game: 29 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 1987 Most in a Season: 626, 2009 Most Double-Digit Hit Games in a Season: 32, 2009 RUNS SCORED Most in an Inning: 15 vs. Sacred Heart, 2008 (1st inn.) Most in a Game: 29 vs. Fordham, 1982 Most in a Season: 446, 2009 Most Double-Digit Run Games in a Season: 20, 2009 Fewest Times Shut Out in a Season: 0, Several times (most recently in 2009) Most Army Runs Scored at Doubleday Field: 27 vs. Sacred Heart, 2008; St. Francis (N.Y.), 1987 Most Opponent Runs Scored at Doubleday Field: 27, Fordham, 1936 DOUBLES Most in a Game: 8 vs. Sacred Heart, 2008; Columbia, 2008 Most in a Season: 117, 2009 TRIPLES Most in a Game: 3, Three times (most recently vs. New York Tech, 2003) Most in a Season: 18, 2009; 1989

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

PITCHING

Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings Pitched by Bullpen: 26.1, 2005 Most Consecutive Innings Pitched by Bullpen Without Allowing an Earned Run: 28.2, 2005 SHUTOUTS Most Shutout Victories: 7, 2005; 2004 Most Consecutive Shutout Victories: 3, 2002 Most Times Shut Out: 6, 2003 STRIKEOUTS Most in a Season: 348, 2007 EARNED RUN AVERAGE Lowest in a Season: 2.05, 1968 SAVES Most in a Season: 13, 2005 NO-HITTERS Most in a Season: 1, 1957; 1955; 1914

MILESTONES

First Game: Aug. 2, 1890 — Riverton Club 8, Army 8 (8 inn.) 2,500th Game: Mar. 19, 2005 — Army 3, Massachusetts 0 Longest Game: May 18, 1968 — Dartmouth 3, Army 2 (18 inn.) First Win: Aug. 12, 1890 — Army 7, Sylvans Club 1 100th Win: 1910 — Army 20, Colgate 4 500th Win: 1950 — Army 5, Fordham 1 1,000th Win: April 18, 1989 — Army 9, Long Island 7 First NCAA Regional Game: May 26, 2000 — Rutgers 4, Army 3 First NCAA Regional Win: June 4, 2005 — Army 8, South Alabama 5

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TEAM TOP TEN LISTS

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

GAMES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

57 ......................................... 2009 53 ......................................... 2005 52 ......................................... 2004 50 ......................................... 2008 50 ......................................... 2006 48 ......................................... 2007 46 ..........................................1997 45 ......................................... 1998 45 ......................................... 1995 44 ......................................... 2001

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

39 ......................................... 2005 37 ......................................... 2004 36 ......................................... 2009 30 ......................................... 2006 26 ..........................................1997 25 ......................................... 2008 25 ......................................... 2007 25 ......................................... 1994 24 ......................................... 2000 23 ......................................... 1990

LOSSES 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9.

29 ......................................... 1998 28 ......................................... 1999 27 ......................................... 2001 27 ......................................... 1984 26 ......................................... 1992 25 ......................................... 2008 25 ......................................... 2003 25 ......................................... 1983 23 ......................................... 2007 23 ......................................... 1995

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

.857 .......................1915 ...................18-3 .800.......................1966 ...................16-4 .771 .......................1960 .................18-5-1 .750.......................1911 .................16-5-1 .736.......................2005 ................. 39-14 .727 .......................1913 ...................16-6 .714 .......................1965 ...................15-6 .714 .......................1962 ...................15-6 .712 .......................2004 ................. 37-15 .700.......................1910....................14-6

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

1900 .....................2009 .................... 57 1750 .....................2005 .................... 53 1723 .....................2004 .................... 52 1707......................2008 .................... 50 1604 .....................2006 .................... 51 1591 .....................2007 .................... 49 1538 .....................1997 .................... 47 1427 .....................2001 .................... 45 1422 .....................2000 .................... 45 1329 .....................1999 .................... 43

AT-BATS

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

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446 .......................2009 .................... 57 382........................1997 .................... 47 360........................2004 .................... 52 349........................2008 .................... 50 336........................2005 .................... 53 293........................2001 .................... 45 270 ........................1982 .................... 38 267........................1981 .................... 41 263........................2006 .................... 51 263........................1996 .................... 41

THE ARMY TEAM AT THE 2009 AUSTIN REGIONAL

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

626........................2009 .................... 57 546........................2004 .................... 52 531 ........................2005 .................... 53 515 ........................2008 .................... 50 503........................1997 .................... 47 441 ........................2001 .................... 45 431 ........................2006 .................... 51 422........................2007 .................... 49 398........................2000 .................... 45 391 ........................1995 .................... 45

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

408........................2009 .................... 57 331 ........................1997 .................... 47 328........................2004 .................... 52 304........................2008 .................... 50 302........................2005 .................... 53 252........................2001 .................... 45 228........................1996 .................... 41 227 ........................1995 .................... 45 227 ........................1982 .................... 38 227 ........................1981 .................... 41

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

117 ........................2009 .................... 57 112 ........................2008 .................... 50 98 ........................2004 .................... 52 90 ........................2001 .................... 45 89 ........................1997 .................... 47 85 ........................2005 .................... 53 82 ........................2006 .................... 51 74 ........................1995 .................... 45 73 ........................2000 .................... 45 73 ........................1987 .................... 42

TRIPLES 1. 3. 5. 7.

RUNS BATTED IN

18 ..........................2009 .................... 57 18 ..........................1989 .................... 40 17 ..........................2004 .................... 52 17 ..........................1990 .................... 41 16 ..........................1994 .................... 42 16 ..........................1981 .................... 41 15 ..........................2005 .................... 53 15 ..........................2000 .................... 51 15 ..........................1997 .................... 47 15 ..........................1986 .................... 37

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

57 ..........................2009 .................... 57 40 ..........................2008 .................... 50 39 ..........................2004 .................... 52 37 ..........................2005 .................... 53 35 ..........................1997 .................... 47 34 ..........................1982 .................... 38 28 ..........................1983 .................... 38 26 ..........................1993 .................... 39 20 ..........................1991 .................... 35 19 ..........................1999 .................... 43 19 ..........................1976 ..................... 25 19 ..........................1966 .................... 20

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

950........................2009 .................... 57 795........................2004 .................... 52 771 ........................2008 .................... 50 757 ........................2005 .................... 53 727 ........................1997 .................... 47 604........................2001 .................... 45 597 ........................2006 .................... 51 541 ........................1982 .................... 38 539........................2007 .................... 49 532........................1995 .................... 45

DOUBLES

TOTAL BASES

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

.329...................................... 2009 .327 .......................................1997 .317 ...................................... 2004 .311 ...................................... 1986 .309...................................... 2001 .304...................................... 1994 .303...................................... 2005 .302...................................... 2008 .300...................................... 1996 .297 ...................................... 1989

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

.500...................................... 2009 .473 .......................................1997 .464 ..................................... 1982 .461...................................... 2004 .452...................................... 2008 .433...................................... 2005 .429...................................... 1986 .423...................................... 2001 .420...................................... 1989 .416 ...................................... 1993

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

235........................1997 .................... 47 228........................2009 .................... 57 212........................1981 .................... 41 200........................1996 .................... 41 187 ........................1995 .................... 45 186........................1980 .................... 35 180........................1985 .................... 39 178 ........................1998 .................... 45 175 ........................2008 .................... 50 174 ........................1987 .................... 42

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

344 .......................2005 .................... 53 326........................2009 .................... 57 319 ........................2004 .................... 52 303........................2006 .................... 51 296........................2008 .................... 50 279 ........................2003 .................... 43 250........................2007 .................... 49 250........................2000 .................... 45 243 ........................1999 .................... 43 241 ........................1997 .................... 47

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

.858.......................1985 ................ 97-113 .838.......................1983 ................ 88-105 .834.......................1980 ............... 126-151 .830.......................1982 ............... 118-142 .815 .......................2001 ............... 106-130 .811 .......................1981 ............... 112-138 .804.......................2006 ................. 78-97 .798.......................2005 ................ 91-114 .787 .......................2009 ................ 85-108 .779.......................2004 ..................74-95

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

.423.......................................1997 .417 ...................................... 2009 .398...................................... 1996 .393...................................... 2004 .391 ...................................... 2001 .387 ...................................... 1994 .386...................................... 2008 .386...................................... 1995 .382...................................... 2005 .371 ...................................... 1991

FIELDING PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.970 ...................................... 2009 .965...................................... 2007 .964 ..................................... 1966 .963...................................... 2008 .963...................................... 2005 .962...................................... 1987 .957 ...................................... 2004 .954...................................... 2006 .953...................................... 1989 .951 ...................................... 1998 .951 ...................................... 1990

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

66 ..........................2009 .................... 57 61 ..........................2005 .................... 53 50 ..........................1996 .................... 41 46 ..........................2008 .................... 50 41 ..........................1997 .................... 47 40 ..........................2000 .................... 45 37 ..........................1990 .................... 41 36 ..........................2006 .................... 51 36 ..........................2003 .................... 43 36 ..........................2001 .................... 45 36 ..........................1995 .................... 45

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

126........................1980 .................... 35 118........................1982 .................... 38 112........................1981 .................... 41 106........................2001 .................... 45 97........................1985 .................... 39 95........................2002 .................... 42 91........................2005 .................... 53 88........................1983 .................... 38 85........................2009 .................... 57 81........................1984 .................... 37

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

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

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

348........................2007 ................. 420.0 346........................2005 ................. 439.0 342........................2006 ................. 420.1 336........................2009 ................. 468.0 327 ........................2008 ................. 423.1 320........................2004 ................. 424.0 254........................1997 ................. 355.1 237 ........................2003 ................. 330.1 228........................1999 ................. 330.0 227 ........................2000 ................. 361.2

1. 2.

229........................1982 ................. 293.0 212........................2009 ................. 468.0 212........................1981 ................. 322.1 211 ........................1984 ..................267.1 198........................1983 ................. 285.2 187 ........................2008 ................. 423.1 179 ........................1980 ..................277.0 177 ........................2000 ................. 361.2 163........................1995 ................. 333.1 161 ........................1997 ................. 355.1

WALKS

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

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 10.

21 ..........................1981 .................... 41 18 ..........................1993 .................... 39 17 ..........................1994 .................... 42 16 ..........................2002 .................... 43 16 ..........................2000 .................... 45 16 ..........................1992 .................... 39 15 ..........................1999 .................... 43 15 ..........................1995 .................... 45 15 ..........................1980 .................... 35 13 ..........................1991 .................... 35 13 ..........................1989 .................... 40

OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.182 .......................1973 .................... 23 .184.......................1972 .................... 24 .188 .......................1966 .................... 20 .209.......................1970 .................... 21 .211 .......................1969 .................... 22 .232.......................1968 .................... 22 .234.......................1967 .................... 18 .244.......................1971 ..................... 24 .251 .......................1974 ..................... 21 .254.......................2006 .................... 51

1. 2. 3.

13..........................2005 .................... 53 11..........................2006 .................... 51 9..........................2009 .................... 57 9..........................2004 .................... 52 9..........................1989 .................... 40 8..........................1987 .................... 42 8..........................1982 .................... 38 7..........................2008 .................... 50 7..........................2007 .................... 49 7..........................1997 .................... 47 7..........................1995 .................... 45 7..........................1990 .................... 41 7..........................1986 .................... 37

SAVES

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

6.

2.05...................................... 1968 2.10 .......................................1973 2.89...................................... 1969 3.08...................................... 2005 3.28...................................... 2006 3.33...................................... 1990 3.42...................................... 1991 3.44 ..................................... 2004 3.52.......................................1974 3.77...................................... 2007

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 BATTING - CONTINUED BASE HITS Longest Game Hitting Streak: 25, Milan Dinga, 2006 Most Consecutive Hits: 8, Walker Gorham, 2005 Most Consecutive Times Reached Base: 11, Walker Gorham, 2005 Most Recent to Hit for Cycle: Tony Capozzi vs. Dartmouth, 2008 Most Multiple-Hit Games in a Season: 25, Clint Moore, 2009 Most Multiple-Hit Games in a Career: 73, Milan Dinga, 2004-07 Most Multiple-RBI Games in a Season: 20, Clint Moore, 2009 Most Multiple-RBI Games in a Career: 32, Clint Moore, 2008DOUBLES Most in a Game: 3, Kyle Fleming vs. Columbia, 2009; Nate Stone vs. Lehigh, 2004; Glenn Donelin vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1990; Eric Wolf vs. Pace, 1989 Most in a Season: 19, Kevin McKague, 2008 Most in a Career: 47, Andy Ernesto, 2006-09 TRIPLES Most in a Game: 3, Gene Atkinson vs. Cornell, 1965 Most in a Season: 7, Reggie Moore, 1990 Most in a Career: 15, Milan Dinga, 2004-07 HOME RUNS Most in a Game: 3, Walker Gorham vs. Lehigh (Patriot League Tournament), 2005 Most in a Season: 13, Joey Henshaw, 2009 Most in a Career: 28, Cole White, 2005-08 Most Consecutive Home Runs: 4, Pete Foster, 1983 (two in both games of doubleheader vs. LIU) Most Multiple-Home Run Games in a Season: 3, Milan Dinga, 2006; Walker Gorham, 2005; Schuyler Williamson, 2004 Most Multiple-Home Run Games in a Career: 4, Schuyler Williamson, 2002-05 TOTAL BASES Most in a Game: 13, Milan Dinga vs. New York Tech, 2006; Walker Gorham vs. Navy, 2005 Most in a Season: 135, Joey Henshaw, 2009 Most in a Career: 380, Cole White, 2005-08

KYLE SCOGIN

GAMES

Most in a Season: 57, Zach Price, 2009 Most in a Career: 199, Milan Dinga, 2004-07; Jeremy Stache, 2003-06 Most Consecutive Starts: 199, Milan Dinga, 2004-07; Jeremy Stache, 2003-06 Most Starts in a Season: 55, J.P. Polchinski, 2009 Most Starts in a Career: 199, Milan Dinga, 2004-07; Jeremy Stache, 2003-06

BATTING

AT BATS Most in a Game: 8, by Several players Most in a Season: 224, Kyle Scogin, 2005 Most in a Career: 770, Milan Dinga, 2004-07 BATTING AVERAGE Highest in a Season (Min. 50 At-Bats): .430, Tom Cascino, 1986 Highest in a Career (Min. 200 At-Bats): .378, Glenn Donelin, 1988-90 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Highest in a Season (Min. 50 At-Bats): .869, Mike Scioletti, 1997 Highest in a Career (Min. 200 At-Bats): .626, Clint Moore, 2008BASE HITS Most in a Game: 6, Clint Moore vs. Sacred Heart, 2008; Eric Wolf vs. Fordham, 1992 Most in a Season: 81, Kyle Scogin, 2005 Most in a Career: 257, Milan Dinga, 2004-07

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RUNS BATTED IN Most in a Game: 8, Mike Scioletti vs. New York Tech, 1997; Dan Kirk vs. Brooklyn, 1987 Most in a Season: 75, Joey Henshaw, 2009 Most in a Career: 152, Mike Scioletti, 1995-98 RUNS SCORED Most in a Game: 5, Several players (most recently by Andy Ernesto vs. Lehigh, 2009) Most in a Season: 65, Bryan Price, 1997 Most in a Career: 165, Milan Dinga, 2004-07 STOLEN BASES Most in a Game: 5, Josh Holden vs. St. Peter’s, 2003; Charles Gerhardt vs. 7th Regiment, 1915 Most in a Season: 31, Miguel Gastellum, 2001 Most in a Career: 75, Miguel Gastellum, 1999-02 Best Stolen Base Percentage in a Season (min. 10 att.): 1.000, Ben Koenigsfeld (11-11), 2009; Jim Towey, 1980 (22-22) Best Stolen Base Percentage in a Career (min. 10 att.): 1.000, Ben Koenigsfeld (11-11), 2008WALKS Most in a Season: 40, Mike Scioletti, 1997 Most in a Career: 111, Adam Thompson, 1995-98 HIT BY PITCH Most Times Hit By Pitch in a Season: 16, Walker Gorham, 2004 Most Hit By Pitch in a Career: 36, J.P. Polchinski, 2006-09

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

PITCHING

WINS Most in a Season: 10, Nick Hill, 2004, 2005; Justin Kashner, 2005 Most in a Career: 35, Bob Neyland, 1913-16 Most in a Career (Modern Era): 33, Nick Hill, 2004-07 Highest Winning Percentage in a Season (min. 10 dec.): .900, (9-1), Barry DeBolt, 1966 Most Consecutive Wins: 20, Bob Neyland, 1914-15 Most Consecutive Wins to Begin a Career, Starting Pitcher: 7, Cole White, 2005 Most Patriot League Wins in a Season: 5, Ben Koenigsfeld, 2009; Justin Kashner, 2004 Most Patriot League Wins in a Career: 16, Nick Hill, 2004-07 Best Patriot League Winning Percentage in a Season (min. 5 decisions): 1.000, Ben Koenigsfeld, 2009 (5-0); Justin Kashner, 2004 (5-0) Best Patriot League Winning Percentage in a Career (min. 10 decisions): .900 (9-1), Pat Saxman, 1994-97 Most Consecutive Patriot League Wins to Begin Career: 9, Ben Koenigsfeld, 2008- (active entering 2010 season) EARNED RUN AVERAGE Lowest in a Season (min. 40 IP): 0.57, Joe Fowler, 1968 Lowest in a Career (min. 75 IP): 1.62, Barry DeBolt, 1964-66 INNINGS PITCHED Most in a Game by a Starter: 15.0, Walt LeCates vs. Fordham, 1952 Most in a Game by a Reliever: 13.2, Bob Landry vs. New York University, 1930 Most in a Season: 90.0, Matt Fouch, 2009; Matt Cini, 2000 Most in a Career: 327.2, Nick Hill, 2004-07 OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE Lowest Opponent Batting Average in a Season (Min. 50 IP): .159 (54-339), Barry DeBolt, 1966 Lowest Opponent Batting Average in a Career (Min. 100 IP): .212 (247-1163), Nick Hill, 2004-07 Most Consecutive Batters Retired by a Reliever: 25, Wade Greenlee, 2005 APPEARANCES Most Appearances in a Season: 28, Monte Jones, 2005 Most Appearances in a Career: 87, Dan Pluff, 2003-06 Most Games Started in a Season: 15, Matt Fouch, 2009 Most Games Started in a Career: 50, Nick Hill, 2004-07 Most Relief Appearances in a Season: 28, Monte Jones, 2005 Most Relief Appearances in a Career: 86, Dan Pluff, 2003-06 Most Consecutive Scoreless Appearances by a Reliever (one season): 16, Milan Dinga, 2006, 2007 Most Consecutive Scoreless Appearances by a Reliever (two seasons): 32, Milan Dinga, 2006-07 Most Holds in a Career: 38, Monte Jones, 2003-06 STRIKEOUTS Most in a Nine-Inning Game: 17, Steve Reich vs. New York Tech, 1993; Eric Pedersen vs. Princeton, 1968; Bob Kewley vs. Yale, 1960 Most in a Seven-Inning Game: 17, Steve Reich vs. Air Force, 1992 Most in a Season: 103, Bill Shepherd, 1957 Most in a Career: 336, Nick Hill, 2004-07 SHUTOUTS Most in a Season: 3, Nick Hill, 2004; Jason Hance, 1994 Most Total Shutouts in a Season (Individual and Combined): 4, Kirk Porter, 2009; Ben Koenigsfeld, 2008; Nick Hill, 2004 Most in a Career: 7, Nick Hill 2004-07 Most Total Shutouts in a Career (Individual and Combined): 12, Nick Hill, 2004-07 Most Consecutive Shutouts: 3, Jason Hance, 1994 Most Consecutive Shutout Innings: 23.0, Jason Hance, 1994 Most Consecutive Innings Without Allowing an Earned Run: 25.0, Cole White, 2007

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SAVES Most in a Season: 10, Milan Dinga, 2006 Most in a Career: 27, Milan Dinga, 2004-07 Highest Save Percentage in a Season (Min. 8 Att.): 1.000 (10-10), Milan Dinga, 2006 Highest Save Percentage in a Career (Min. 10 Att.): .931 (27-29), Milan Dinga, 2003-07 NO-HITTERS Bob Neyland vs. Colgate, 1914 Rod Vitty vs. Swarthmore, 1955 Jon Rindfleisch vs. Swarthmore, 1957

CATCHING

BASERUNNERS THROWN OUT Highest Percentage of Base Runners Thrown Out in a Season: 43.6 (17 of 39), Schuyler Williamson, 2004 Highest Number of Base Runners Thrown Out in a Career: 53 (53 of 169), Schuyler Williamson, 2002-05 Highest Percentage of Base Runners Thrown Out in a Career: 31.4 (53 of 169), Schuyler Williamson, 2002-05

FRESHMAN SEASON RECORDS Games Played ............................................................ 57, Zach Price, 2009 Games Started ........................................................... 53, Zach Price, 2009 Base Hits .................................................................... 70, Zach Price, 2009 At-Bats .................................... 197, Zach Price, 2009; Clint Moore, 2008 Walks .......................................................................... 39, Zach Price, 2009 Runs Scored .............................................................. 59, Zach Price, 2009 Runs Batted In ...................................................50, Kevin McKague, 2008 Total Bases ............................................................. 105, Clint Moore, 2008 Doubles ...............................................................19, Kevin McKague, 2008 Slugging Percentage (Min. 100 AB) .................... .626, Cole White, 2005 On-Base Percentage (Min. 100 AB).................... .480, Zach Price, 2009 Home Runs.................................................................. 10, Cole White, 2005 Stolen Bases............................ 14, Zach Price, 2009; Clint Moore, 2008 Multiple-Hit Games ................................................. 22, Clint Moore, 2008 Multiple-RBI Games..........................................18, Kevin McKague, 2008 Longest Hitting Streak ............................................. 16, Zach Price, 2009 Wins..................................................................................10, Nick Hill, 2004 Strikeouts........................................................................ 81, Nick Hill, 2004 Complete Games ..............................................................8, Nick Hill, 2004 Innings Pitched ...........................................................86.2, Nick Hill, 2004 Shutouts ............................................................................3, Nick Hill, 2004 Total Shutouts (Individual and Combined) ...................4, Nick Hill, 2004 Games Started ............................................................... 13, Nick Hill, 2004 Winning Percentage (Min. 8 Dec.) ...............875 (7-1), Cole White, 2005 Opponent Batting Average (Min. 50 IP)....................203, Nick Hill, 2004 Appearances ......................................................... 24, Brad Johnson, 2004 Relief Appearances .............................................. 24, Brad Johnson, 2004

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

BATTING AVERAGE SEASON

CAREER

(Min. 50 AB) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tom Cascino Mike Scioletti Nate Stone Darin Souza Cole White Glenn Donelin Roger Zailskas Paul Divis Kenny Smith 10. Bill Mullee

TRIPLES SEASON

(Min. 200 AB)

.430 .415 .414 .412 .408 .406 .403 .400 .400 .399

1986 1997 2004 1996 2007 1990 1960 1980 1965 1995

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Glenn Donelin Clint Moore Bill Mullee Shaun Salmon Paul Divis Kenny Smith 7. Joey Henshaw Kevin McKague Cole White 10. Josh Holden Tom Cascino

.378 .372 .369 .362 .360 .360 .359 .359 .359 .341 .341

1988-90 20081993-96 1997-00 1978-81 1965-67 200820082005-08 2001-03 1984-87

1. Reggie Moore 7 1990 2. Shannon Smith 6 1989 3. Clint Moore 5 2009 Milan Dinga 5 2006 Milan Dinga 5 2005 Wes Bumgardner 5 2004 Scott Donaldson 5 1985 Kenny Smith 5 1966 Gene Atkinson 5 1965 10. 7 players 4 (most recent: Chris Simmons, 2007)

SEASON Bryan Price Zach Price Clint Moore Schuyler Williamson Milan Dinga Joey Henshaw Kyle Scogin Nate Stone Mike Scioletti 10. Clint Moore

CAREER 65 59 58 52 51 47 47 47 47 46

1997 2009 2009 2004 2004 2009 2005 2004 1997 2008

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

Milan Dinga Schuyler Williamson Bryan Price Andy Ernesto Kyle Scogin Cole White Nate Stone Shaun Salmon Mark Houston 10. Adam Thompson

165 137 132 130 124 121 120 119 119 114

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

Kyle Scogin Joey Henshaw Kevin McKague Milan Dinga Nate Stone Clint Moore Cole White Schuyler Williamson Zach Price Clint Moore

1. Joey Henshaw 2. Schuyler Williamson Mike Scioletti 4. Clint Moore 5. Walker Gorham Cole White 7. Lance Boyce Pete Foster 9. Chris Simmons Cole White Nolan Cork

2005 2009 2009 2005 2004 2009 2007 2004 2009 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Milan Dinga 257 Cole White 232 Shaun Salmon 209 Nate Stone 196 Bill Mullee 193 Chris Simmons 187 Schuyler Williamson 187 8. Andy Ernesto 185 9.Jeremy Stache 184 10. Kyle Scogin 181

SEASON

2004-07 2005-08 1997-00 2002-05 1993-96 2005-08 2002-05 2006-09 2003-06 2004-07

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2008 2009 2009 2004 2001 2009 2008 1997 1995 1981

1. 2. 3. 4.

2009 2004 1997 2009 2005 2005 1993 1983 2008 2008 2004

1. Cole White 28 2. Mike Scioletti 26 3. Schuyler Williamson 23 Lance Boyce 23 5. Clint Moore 17 Walker Gorham 17 Erik Everton 17 Karl Tappert 17 Kenny Smith 17 10. J.P. Polchinski 16 Chris Simmons 16

2005-08 1995-98 2002-05 1990-93 20082002-05 1984-87 1983-86 1965-67 2006-09 2005-08

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

Joey Henshaw Mike Scioletti Clint Moore Nate Stone Kevin McKague Schuyler Williamson Mike Scioletti Kevin McKague Kyle Scogin 10. Karl Tappert

CAREER 75 67 65 53 50 48 45 44 44 43

2009 1997 2009 2004 2008 2004 1996 2009 2005 1986

1. Mike Scioletti 152 2. Milan Dinga 139 3. Cole White 124 Schuyler Williamson 124 5. Nate Stone 123 6. Chris Simmons 118 7. Walker Gorham 113 Erik Everton 113 9. Shannon Smith 112 10. Clint Moore 104 Jeremy Stache 104

1995-98 2004-07 2005-08 2002-05 2002-05 2005-08 2002-05 1984-87 1987-90 20082003-06

STOLEN BASES SEASON

CAREER 19 18 18 18 17 15 15 15 15 15

13 12 12 11 10 10 9 9 8 8 8

SEASON

DOUBLES 1. Kevin McKague 2. Andy Ernesto Clint Moore Nate Stone 5. Kyle Kalkwarf 6. J.P. Polchinski Andy Ernesto Mike Scioletti Bill Mullee Kevin DeHart

CAREER

RUNS BATTED IN CAREER

81 80 79 75 75 73 73 71 70 69

Milan Dinga 15 2004-07 Reggie Moore 13 1988-91 Scott Donaldson 11 1983-86 Cole White 10 2005-08 Shannon Smith 10 1987-90 6. Chris Simmons 9 2005-08 Mark Houston 9 1992-95 8. Schuyler Williamson 8 2002-05 Kenny Smith 8 1965-67 10. 5 players 7 (most recent: Clint Moore, 2009)

SEASON 2004-07 2002-05 1995-98 2006-09 2004-07 2005-08 2002-05 1997-00 1992-95 1995-98

BASE HITS SEASON

1. 2. 3. 4.

HOME RUNS

RUNS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CAREER

Andy Ernesto Cole White Nate Stone Schuyler Williamson Kyle Kalkwarf 6. Jeremy Stache Walker Gorham Bill Mullee 9. Arthur O’Neal 10. Mike Scioletti Reggie Moore

47 44 41 38 38 37 37 37 36 35 35

2006-09 2005-08 2002-05 2002-05 1999-02 2003-06 2002-05 1993-96 1992-95 1995-98 1988-91

1. Miguel Gastellum 2. Josh Holden 3. Miguel Gastellum Jim Bagwell 5. Lance Boyce 6. Paul Divis 7. Josh Holden Mike Spurr Gary Donaldson Paul Taylor Glenn Davis

CAREER 31 27 26 26 25 24 23 23 23 23 23

2001 2003 2002 1981 1992 1980 2001 1985 1982 1979 1948

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Miguel Gastellum Josh Holden Lance Boyce Schuyler Williamson Jim Bagwell Gary Donaldson Paul Divis 8. Arthur O’Neal 9. Kyle Scogin Jim Towey

75 70 60 53 50 48 48 46 45 45

1999-02 2001-03 1990-93 2002-05 1978-81 1980-83 1978-81 1992-95 2004-07 1979-81

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WINS SEASON

CAREER

1. Nick Hill 10 2005 Justin Kashner 10 2005 Nick Hill 10 2004 4. Barry DeBolt 9 1966 5. Tyler Anderegg 8 2009 Ben Koenigsfeld 8 2009 Bob Kewley 8 1980 8. 8 players 7 2005 (most recent: Matt Fouch, 2009)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Bob Neyland Nick Hill Justin Kashner Barry DeBolt Cole White Steve Reich Mike Tripp 8. Travis Smith 9. Buck Adams Matt Cini

35 33 23 22 21 19 19 17 16 16

1913-16 2004-07 2002-05 1964-66 2005-08 1990-93 1988-91 1993-96 1998-01 1997-00

EARNED RUN AVERAGE CAREER

SEASON

(Min. 75 IP)

(Min. 40 IP)

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

Joe Fowler Ron Petricka Steve Reich Nick Hill Barry DeBolt Barry DeBolt Mel Brinkley Nick Hill Steve Reich Mike Tripp Craig Jones

0.57 0.98 1.11 1.21 1.26 1.50 1.70 1.91 2.07 2.07 2.07

1968 1973 1990 2005 1966 1965 1973 2007 1991 1989 1980

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

Barry DeBolt Doug Rogers Mel Brinkley Nick Hill Eric Pedersen Steve Reich Monte Jones Lance Boyce Ron Petricka Mike Tripp

1.62 1.72 1.90 2.20 2.31 2.49 2.63 2.66 2.67 2.89

1964-66 1967-69 1972-73 2004-07 1968-70 1990-93 2003-06 1990-93 1971-73 1988-91

NICK HILL

WINNING PERCENTAGE SEASON

STRIKEOUTS

CAREER

(Min. 5 decisions)

SEASON

(Min. 10 decisions)

1. Barry DeBolt .900 9-1 1966 2. Bob Kewley .889 8-1 1960 3. Cole White .875 7-1 2005 Travis Smith .875 7-1 1994 5. Pat Saxman .857 6-1 1997 Shannon Smith .857 6-1 1989 Stu Whitfield .857 6-1 1980 8. 5 players .833 (most recent: Nick Hill, Ben Mayhew, 2005)

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

Mac Hayes Bob Neyland Barry DeBolt Tyler Anderegg Nick Hill Shannon Smith R. Nieberding Greg Softy Steve Reich Pat Saxman

.909 .875 .786 .764 .733 .714 .692 .684 .655 .652

10-1 35-5 22-6 13-4 33-12 15-6 9-4 13-6 19-10 15-8

1964-66 1913-16 1964-66 2006-09 2004-07 1987-90 1984-86 1986-89 1990-93 1994-97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bill Shepherd Barry DeBolt Nick Hill Nick Hill Barry DeBolt Bob Kewley 7. Steve Reich John Brudvig 9. Craig Jones 10. Nick Hill

103 102 100 90 89 89 88 88 85 81

INNINGS PITCHED SEASON 1. Matt Fouch Matt Cini 3. Nick Hill 4. Nick Hill 5. Barry DeBolt 6. Ben Koenigsfeld Nick Hill 8. Justin Kashner 9. Buck Adams 10. Barry DeBolt

90.0 90.0 89.0 86.2 86.0 84.2 84.2 84.0 82.2 78.0

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

Nick Hill 327.2 Justin Kashner 266.2 Steve Reich 260.2 Buck Adams 249.0 Mike Tripp 246.0 Barry DeBolt 239.0 Matt Cini 236.2 Rich Krafft 235.1 Cole White 230.2 John Brudvig 224.0

1957 1966 2007 2005 1964 1960 1993 1981 1980 2004

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

Nick Hill Steve Reich Barry DeBolt Justin Kashner Matt Cini John Brudvig Buck Adams Cole White Drew Clothier Mike Tripp

336 259 255 198 194 193 183 182 164 148

2004-07 1990-93 1964-66 2002-05 1997-00 1978-81 1998-01 2005-08 2005-08 1988-91

SAVES SEASON

CAREER 2009 2000 2005 2004 1966 2009 2007 2005 2000 1965

CAREER

2004-07 2002-05 1990-93 1998-01 1988-91 1964-66 1997-00 1985-88 2005-08 1978-81

1. 2. 3. 4.

Milan Dinga 10 2006 Milan Dinga 8 2005 Kevin McKague 7 2009 Milan Dinga 6 2007 Chad LeMay 6 1987 Jim Kitz 6 1982 7. Arthur O’Neal 5 1994 Lance Boyce 5 1990 Shane Kimbrough 5 1989 10. 4 Players 4 (most recent: Brian Abell, 1998)

CAREER 1. Milan Dinga 27 2. Chad LeMay 13 3. Dan Pluff 9 Arthur O’Neal 9 5. Kevin McKague 8 6. Lance Boyce 7 Paul Perry 7 8. Mike Erwin 6 Shane Kimbrough 6 Jim Kitz 6

2004-07 1986-88 2003-06 1992-95 20081990-93 1990-93 1999-02 1987-89 1982

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HITS

Tony Pyrz ...........................20 Kenny Smith .....................32 John Boretti ...................... 24 Kenny Smith .....................23 Tom Krieger ...................... 27 Pete McCall .......................32 Pete McCall ....................... 24 Tom Pyrz............................25 Steve Etheridge ................18 Pete Jackson .................... 21 Brent Clark ........................23 Brent Clark ........................29 Warren Chellman .............36 Paul Taylor ........................23 Paul Taylor ........................ 31 Paul Divis ..........................46 Paul Divis ..........................50 Dave Toth ..........................49 Kevin Batule ..................... 47 Gary Donaldson................ 47 Gary Donaldson................49 Scott Donaldson ...............35 Jon Reinebold ...................35 Mike Spurr ........................40 Karl Tappert ......................50 Erik Everton ......................46 Shannon Smith.................38 Glenn Donelin ...................56 Glenn Donelin ...................63 Lance Boyce .....................45 Lance Boyce ..................... 37 Eric Wolf ............................ 37 Arthur O’Neal ....................52 Bill Mullee ......................... 61 Bill Mullee .........................63 Bill Mullee .........................52 Bryan Price .......................68 Shaun Salmon ..................59 Brian Supko ......................48 Buddy Gengler ..................58 Miguel Gastellum .............56 Kyle Kalkwarf.................... 51 Josh Holden ...................... 47 Nate Stone ........................75 Kyle Scogin ....................... 81 Milan Dinga ......................67 Cole White.........................73 Clint Moore ..................... 69 Joey Henshaw ................. 80

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

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

TOTAL BASES

Kenny Smith .....................50 Kenny Smith .....................40 Tom Krieger ......................46 Pete McCall .......................45 Pete McCall .......................34 Don Knight ........................40 Steve Etheridge ................23 Kevin Craig........................29 Brent Clark ........................33 Brent Clark ........................45 Jerry Araneo...................... 57 Mike Trubia .......................29 Tom Snukis .......................38 Paul Taylor ........................60 Paul Divis .......................... 77 Kevin DeHart ....................75 Gary Donaldson................84 Gary Donaldson................ 76 Scott Donaldson ...............54 Karl Tappert ......................54 Erik Everton ......................69 Karl Tappert ......................78 Erik Everton ......................67 Shannon Smith.................67 Shannon Smith.................79 Glenn Donelin ...................83 Lance Boyce .....................78 Lance Boyce ..................... 61 Lance Boyce .....................86 Bill Mullee .........................82 Bill Mullee .........................83 Mike Scioletti .................... 76 Mike Scioletti ..................113 Shaun Salmon ..................75 Brian Supko ......................62 Buddy Gengler .................. 71 Kyle Kalkwarf....................80 Kyle Kalkwarf....................64 Nate Stone ........................67 Schuyler Williamson .......127 Walker Gorham...............106 Milan Dinga ....................108 Cole White.......................103 Clint Moore ................... 105 Joey Henshaw ............... 135

RUNS BATTED IN

Tony Pyrz ...........................12 Kenny Smith .....................26 Kenny Smith .....................30 Tom Krieger ...................... 17

JEFF HOADLEY SCORES A RUN VERSUS NAVY IN 1981. 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

SHANNON SMITH BLASTS A WALK-OFF HOME RUN AGAINST NAVY IN 1989.

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Bart McLellan ...................18 Pete McCall ....................... 24 Pete McCall ....................... 14 Don Knight ........................20 Steve Etheridge ................ 10 Jerry Johnson...................... 7 Garry Newsome .................. 7 Brent Clark ........................ 16 Warren Chellman ............. 16 Jerry Araneo...................... 24 Mike Trubia .......................13 Paul Taylor ........................15 Paul Taylor ........................29 Paul Divis ..........................28 Kevin DeHart ....................42 Kevin Batule .....................39 Pete Foster........................22 Erik Everton ...................... 24 Karl Tappert ...................... 24 Erik Everton ......................28 Dan Kirk ............................28 Karl Tappert ......................43 Tom Cascino .....................30 Erik Everton ......................30 Shannon Smith.................23 Shannon Smith................. 41 Shannon Smith.................36 Doug Bohrer ..................... 27 Doug Bohrer .....................20 Lance Boyce .....................20 Lance Boyce .....................30 Shannon Carney ...............28 Mark Houston ...................34 Ra Shipps .........................34 Mike Scioletti ....................45 Mike Scioletti ....................67 Mike Scioletti ....................29 Buddy Gengler .................. 31 Buddy Gengler ..................33 Kyle Kalkwarf.................... 37 Kyle Kalkwarf....................34 Walker Gorham................. 31 Nate Stone ........................53 Kyle Scogin .......................44 Milan Dinga ......................35 Milan Dinga ......................33 Kevin McKague .............. 50 Joey Henshaw ................. 75

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

RUNS SCORED

Bob Fazen .........................15 Kenny Smith .....................18 John Boretti ......................26 Kenny Smith .....................18 Bob Merkle ....................... 17 Tom Pyrz............................18 Pete McCall ....................... 16 Bill Lord ............................. 17 Tom Pyrz............................ 17 Lou Bartok ........................11 Jerry Johnson....................11 Kevin Craig........................ 16 Augie Fucci........................18 Brent Clark ........................13 Jerry Araneo......................23 Jody Fink ........................... 10 Jeff Foley ...........................15 Paul Taylor ........................15 Paul Taylor ........................28 Jim Bagwell .......................32 Jim Bagwell .......................32 Kevin DeHart ....................36 Gary Donaldson................36 Gary Donaldson................25 Scott Donaldson ............... 31 Mike Spurr ........................33 Erik Everton ......................34 Erik Everton ...................... 31 Shannon Smith................. 24 Shannon Smith.................40 Reggie Moore ...................40 Lance Boyce .....................33 Lance Boyce ..................... 31 Lance Boyce .....................39 Mark Houston ................... 41 Bill Mullee .........................39 Bryan Price .......................43 Bryan Price .......................68 Shaun Salmon ..................33 Brian Supko ......................43 Miguel Gastellum .............30 Josh Minney ......................30 Josh Minney ......................39 Miguel Gastellum .............28 Josh Holden ......................34 Schuyler Williamson .........52 Kyle Scogin ....................... 47 Milan Dinga ......................44 Milan Dinga ......................28 Clint Moore ..................... 46 Zach Price....................... 59

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

BATTING AVERAGE

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

Bob Fazen .......................345 Kenny Smith ...................400 Kenny Smith ...................324 Kenny Smith ...................348 Tom Krieger ....................338 Pete McCall .....................356 Pete McCall .....................329 Steve Etheridge ..............288 Guy Richardson ..............279 Kevin Craig......................277 Augie Fucci......................352 Warren Chellman ...........325 Warren Chellman ......... .364 George Gaza ...................328 Paul Taylor ......................341 Paul Divis ........................359 Paul Divis ........................400 Dave Toth ........................392 Gary Donaldson..............353 Pete Foster......................407 Jon Reinebold .................333 Dan Kirk ..........................356 Tom Cascino ...................430 Erik Everton ................... .317 Glenn Donelin .................350 Glenn Donelin .................368 Glenn Donelin .................406 Lance Boyce ...................381 Eric Wolf ..........................316 Arthur O’Neal ................ .364 Bill Mullee .......................396 Bill Mullee .......................399 Darin Souza ....................412 Mike Scioletti ..................415 Shaun Salmon ................381 Shaun Salmon ................398 Shaun Salmon ................356 Miguel Gastellum .......... .376 Josh Holden ....................398 Josh Holden ....................318 Nate Stone ......................414 Kyle Scogin .....................362 Milan Dinga ....................385 Cole White.......................408 Cole White.......................373 Clint Moore .................. .395

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

RICH BANEZ

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1979 1980 1981

HOME RUNS

Kenny Smith ....................... 7 Kenny Smith ....................... 5 Kenny Smith ....................... 5 Bart McLellan ..................... 4 Dennis Haydon ................... 3 Tom Peterson...................... 3 Don Knight .......................... 5 Four players ........................ 1 Kevin Craig.......................... 2 Kingsley Fink ...................... 2 Gary Miller .......................... 2 Three players ...................... 2 Jerry Araneo........................ 6 Mike Trubia ......................... 3 Tom Snukis ......................... 3 Three players ...................... 2 Paul Divis ............................ 3 Tim Morris ........................... 3 Kevin DeHart ...................... 6 Kevin DeHart ...................... 6 Gary Donaldson.................. 6 Pete Foster.......................... 9 Erik Everton ........................ 5 Erik Everton ........................ 7 Karl Tappert ........................ 6 Tom Cascino ....................... 4 Shannon Smith................... 7 Darren Lynn ........................ 5 Shannon Smith................... 3 Lance Boyce ....................... 7 Lance Boyce ....................... 7 Lance Boyce ....................... 9 Arthur O’Neal ...................... 3 Mark Houston ..................... 5 Mike Scioletti ...................... 7 Mike Scioletti ....................12 Mike Scioletti ...................... 7 Craig Mattox ....................... 4 Bobby Brown....................... 5 Buddy Gengler .................... 5 Seven with .......................... 1 Schuyler Williamson ........... 5 Schuyler Williamson .........12 Walker Gorham................. 10 Cole White......................... 10 Milan Dinga ........................ 7 Cole White........................... 4 Chris Simmons ................... 8 Cole White........................... 8 Joey Henshaw ................. 13

STOLEN BASES

John Boretti ........................ 9 John Boretti ........................ 6 Tom Krieger ........................ 7 Tom Pyrz.............................. 4 Tom Pyrz.............................. 4 Tom Pyrz.............................. 3 Lou Bartok .......................... 2 Tom Downar........................ 2 Brent Clark .......................... 5 Augie Fucci.......................... 4 Auggie Fucci ........................ 5 Pat Sullivan ......................... 4 Jody Fink ............................. 2 Ted Heath .........................15 Paul Taylor ........................15 Paul Taylor ........................23 Paul Divis .......................... 24 Jim Bagwell .......................26

MIKE SCIOLETTI 1982 Gary Donaldson................23 1983 Dave Cesari....................... 14 Gary Donaldson................ 14 1984 Scott Donaldson ...............18 1985 Mike Spurr ........................23 1986 Mike Spurr ........................13 1987 Scott Brower ....................... 6 Tom Cascino ....................... 6 1988 Shannon Smith................... 9 1989 Glenn Donelin ................... 16 1990 Reggie Moore ...................13 1991 Lance Boyce .....................18 1992 Lance Boyce .....................25 1993 Arthur O’Neal ....................18 1994 Arthur O’Neal .................... 16 1995 Bill Mullee ......................... 17 1996 Bill Mullee ........................... 7 Bryan Price ......................... 7 1997 Bryan Price .......................13 1998 Shaun Salmon .................... 7 1999 Brian Supko ...................... 16 2000 Shaun Salmon ..................18 2001 Miguel Gastellum ............. 31 2002 Miguel Gastellum .............26 2003 Josh Holden ...................... 27 2004 Schuyler Williamson .........18 2005 Kyle Scogin .......................19 2006 Kyle Scogin ....................... 17 2007 Cole White......................... 16 2008 Clint Moore ..................... 14 2009 Zach Price....................... 14 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973

APPEARANCES

Barry DeBolt ....................... 9 Barry DeBolt .....................11 Barry DeBolt .....................12 Roger Vandenberg.............. 9 Joe Fowler .........................11 Bill Lord ............................. 10 Roger Vandenberg............ 10 Mike Tokarsky ...................11 Barney Oakes ..................... 9 Ron Petricka ..................... 10 Mel Brinkley ........................ 8 Ron Petricka ....................... 8 1974 Mike Pantaloni .................12 1975 Ray Odierno ........................ 8 Geoff Schmid ...................... 8

S C STEVE REICH 1976 Ray Odierno ......................12 1977 Milan Shepherd ................13 1978 Wally Anderson ................. 10 Ward Silvola ...................... 10 1979 John Brudvig .....................12 Jeff Wright .........................12 1980 Craig Jones .......................12 1981 John Brudvig .....................12 Rich Brudzynski ................12 1982 Jim Kitz..............................20 1983 Jim Kitz..............................19 1984 Phil Mitchell ......................13 Rick Nieberding ................13 1985 Rick Nieberding ................ 16 1986 Chad LeMay ......................15 1987 Chad LeMay ......................20 1988 Chad LeMay ...................... 21 1989 Shane Kimbrough ............15 1990 Lance Boyce ..................... 21 1991 Steve Reich ....................... 16 1992 Paul Perry ......................... 16 1993 Paul Perry .........................13 1994 Mark Houston ...................12 Pat Saxman ......................12 Travis Smith ......................12 1995 Ed Haley ............................15 1996 Ed Haley ............................19 1997 Kevin Heffernan ...............20 Pat Saxman ......................20 1998 Buck Adams......................15 1999 Matt Cini ...........................12 2000 Mike Erwin ........................18 2001 Mike Erwin ........................19 2002 Mike Erwin ........................15 2003 Dan Pluff ...........................20 2004 Brad Johnson.................... 24 2005 Monte Jones .....................28 2006 Monte Jones .....................25 Dan Pluff ...........................25 2007 Drew Clothier .................... 21 2008 Tyler Anderegg ..................22 2009 Tyler Anderegg .................. 27

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 1997 Pat Saxman ........................ 6 1998 Jason King .......................... 4 Scott Weiss ......................... 4 1999 Matt Cini ............................. 5 2000 Buck Adams........................ 6 2001 Buck Adams........................ 5 Wes Bumgardner................ 5 2002 Brian Elliott ......................... 5 Justin Kashner.................... 5 2003 Dan Cappello ...................... 6 2004 Nick Hill ............................. 10 2005 Nick Hill ............................. 10 Justin Kashner.................. 10 2006 Nick Hill ............................... 6 2007 Nick Hill ............................... 7 Cole White........................... 7 2008 Matt Fouch ........................6 Ben Koenigsfeld ................6 2009 Tyler Anderegg .................... 8 Ben Koenigsfeld ................8

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

BARRY DeBOLT

1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

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Barry DeBolt ....................... 6 Barry DeBolt ....................... 7 Barry DeBolt ....................... 9 Roger Vandenberg.............. 5 Roger Vandenberg.............. 4 John Scott ........................... 4 Bill Lord ............................... 2 Barney Oakes ..................... 5 Three players ...................... 2 Mel Brinkley ........................ 4 Henry Evans........................ 3 Geoff Schmid ...................... 3 Geoff Schmid ...................... 4 Ray Odierno ........................ 4 Ward Sivola ......................... 4 Three players ...................... 2 Jeff Wright ........................... 3 John Brudvig ....................... 6 Stu Whitfield ....................... 6 John Brudvig ....................... 6 Eric Sine .............................. 4 Eric Sine .............................. 4 Four players ........................ 2 Rich Krafft .......................... 4 Larry Tubbs ......................... 4 Parker King ......................... 5 Ken Toney ........................... 5 Ken Toney ........................... 5 Shannon Smith................... 6 Greg Softy ........................... 6 Shannon Smith................... 6 Mike Tripp ........................... 7 Steve Reich ......................... 4 Aaron Wagner ..................... 4 Steve Reich ......................... 6 Travis Smth ......................... 7 Jason Hance ....................... 5 Ed Haley .............................. 4 Jason King .......................... 4 Travis Smith ........................ 4

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

Barry DeBolt ..................2.16 Barry DeBolt ..................1.50 Barry DeBolt ..................1.26 Roger Vandenberg.........2.58 Joe Fowler ......................0.57 Doug Rogers ..................2.31 Eric Pedersen ................0.34 Barney Oakes ................2.28 Mel Brinkley ...................2.16 Ron Petricka ..................0.98 Henry Evans...................1.75 Geoff Schmid .................2.37 Ward Sivola ....................4.04 Bill Scully........................4.00 Paul Mango....................1.65 John Brudvig ..................3.48 Craig Jones ....................2.07 Jim Kitz...........................2.93 Art Hartman ...................2.87 Larry Tubbs ....................5.90 Rich Nieberding .............4.50 Rich Krafft .....................2.39 Chad LeMay ...................1.96 Chad LeMay ...................2.55 Mike Tripp ......................2.07 Steve Reich ....................1.11 Steve Reich ....................2.07 Lance Boyce ..................2.79 Steve Reich ....................2.48 Mark Houston ................2.24 Jason Hance ..................3.39 Ed Haley .........................2.76 Kevin Heffernan ............3.72 Kevin Heffernan ............4.39 Mike Erwin .....................2.42 Mike Erwin .....................2.62 Indy Wilkinson ...............4.01 Josh Birenbaum ............3.71 Justin Kashner...............2.91 Justin Kashner...............2.57 Nick Hill ..........................1.21 Cole White......................2.48 Nick Hill ..........................1.91 Kirk Porter ...................3.15 Steve Cummings ......... 3.73

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

STRIKEOUTS

Barry DeBolt .....................89 Barry DeBolt .....................64 Barry DeBolt ...................102 Scott Church .....................38 Roger Vandenberg............38 Eric Pedersen ................... 51 Eric Pedersen ...................45 Mike Tokarsky ...................35 Bill Lord ............................. 37 Ron Petricka .....................45 Mel Brinkley ......................52 Joe Wasiak ........................34 Geoff Schmid ....................22 Geoff Schmid ....................30 Bill Scully........................... 61 John Brudvig .....................22 John Brudvig .....................40 Craig Jones .......................85 John Brudvig .....................88 Jim Kitz..............................30 Eric Sine ............................48 Parker King .......................20 Rich Krafft ........................32 Parker King .......................36 Rich Krafft ........................43 Rich Krafft ........................38 Ken Toney .........................38 Ken Toney .........................45 Shannon Smith.................54 Steve Reich ....................... 71 Steve Reich .......................73 Steve Reich .......................88 Mark Houston ................... 31 Travis Smith .....................42 Travis Smith ...................... 47 Scott Weiss .......................49 Kevin Heffernan ...............38 Matt Cini ...........................63 Matt Cini ...........................73 Buck Adams...................... 51 Brian Elliott .......................38 Dan Cappello ....................44 Justin Kashner..................44 Nick Hill ............................. 81 Nick Hill .............................90 Nick Hill .............................65 Nick Hill ...........................100 Drew Clothier ....................62 Matt Fouch ..................... 65

INNINGS PITCHED

1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Barry DeBolt ..................75.0 Barry DeBolt ..................78.0 Barry DeBolt ..................86.0 Roger Vandenberg.........59.1 Roger Vandenberg.........64.1 Doug Rogers ..................46.2 Mike Tokarsky ................43.0 Barney Oakes ................51.1 Ron Petricka ..................50.2 Mel Brinkley ...................53.0 George Koontz .............. 44.0 Geoff Schmid ................. 57.0 Ray Odierno ...................55.2 Bill Scully........................54.0 Jeff Wright ......................35.2 John Brudvig ................. 64.2 Craig Jones ....................73.2 John Brudvig .................. 77.2 Gregg Kane ....................50.2

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Eric Sine .........................65.0 Art Hartman ...................35.0 Rich Krafft .....................52.1 Rich Krafft .................... 64.0 Rich Krafft .....................61.2 Rich Krafft ..................... 57.1 Mike Tripp ......................69.2 Shannon Smith..............65.0 Steve Reich ....................74.0 Lance Boyce ..................61.1 Steve Reich ....................76.1 Mark Houston ................64.1 Jason Hance ..................63.2 Travis Smith ...................65.2 Kevin Heffernan ............ 67.2 Jason King .....................68.0 Matt Cini ........................71.0 Matt Cini ........................90.0 Buck Adams...................71.0 Brian Elliott ....................68.1 Justin Kashner...............58.2 Nick Hill ..........................86.2 Nick Hill ..........................89.0 Nick Hill .......................... 67.1 Nick Hill ......................... 84.2 Drew Clothier .................76.0 Matt Fouch .................. 90.0

SAVES

1982 Jim Kitz................................ 6 1983 Gregg Kane ......................... 1 Jim Kitz................................ 1 1984 Phil Mitchell ........................ 2 1985 Parker King ......................... 1 Rick Nieberding .................. 1 1986 Chad LeMay ........................ 3 Rick Nieberding .................. 3 1987 Chad LeMay ........................ 6 1988 Chad LeMay ........................ 4 1989 Shane Kimbrough .............. 5 1990 Lance Boyce ....................... 5 1991 Steve Reich ......................... 3 1992 Paul Perry ........................... 3 1993 Paul Perry ........................... 4 1994 Arthur O’Neal ...................... 5 1995 Arthur O’Neal ...................... 4 1996 Ed Haley .............................. 1 1997 Kevin Heffernan ................. 3 Pat Saxman ........................ 3 1998 Brian Abell .......................... 4 1999 Joey Boni ............................. 1 2000 Mike Erwin .......................... 2 2001 Mike Erwin .......................... 3 2002 Josh Birenbaum ................. 2 2003 Dan Pluff ............................. 3 2004 Milan Dinga ........................ 3 Dan Pluff ............................. 3 2005 Milan Dinga ........................ 8 2006 Milan Dinga ...................... 10 2007 Milan Dinga ........................ 6 2008 Tyler Anderegg .................... 2 Kirk Porter .........................2 2009 Kevin McKague .................7

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2009 HONORS

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 PATRIOT LEAGUE ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

HEAD COACH JOE SOTTOLANO • American Baseball Coaches Association/ Diamond Sports Company NCAA Division I Regional Coach of the Year

RP TYLER ANDEREGG • ESPN The Magazine University Division Academic All-America District 1 First Team • ESPN The Magazine All-America Baseball University Division Second Team • Patriot League Baseball Scholar-Athlete

March 23 Kyle Brueggemann 1-0, 7.0 IP, 1 R, 1 ER, 6 H, 2 SO, 1 BB April 6 J.T. Watkins .429, 1 2B, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 6 R, .714 SLG. April 14 Zach Price .588, 1 2B, 1 3B, 6 RBI, 8 R, .765 SLG. April 27 Zach Price .522, 1 2B, 3 RBI, 9 R, 1 SB May 4 J.T. Watkins .467, 3 2B, 5 RBI, 6 R, .667 SLG.

OF ANDY ERNESTO

PATRIOT LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

• All-Austin Regional Team

DH JOEY HENSHAW • American Baseball Coaches Association Northeast Region First Team • American Baseball Coaches Association NCAA Division I All-America Second Team • All-Austin Regional Team • All-ECAC Second Team

SP-OF BEN KOENIGSFELD • ESPN The Magazine University Division Academic All-America District 1 Second Team

SS CLINT MOORE • All-Austin Regional Team • American Baseball Coaches Association Northeast Region First Team • American Baseball Coaches Association NCAA Division I All-America Third Team • Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist • Ping! Baseball Magazine Honorable Mention All-America

3B J.P. POLCHINSKI • ESPN The Magazine University Division Academic All-America District 1 Second Team

2B ZACH PRICE • Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America Team • Ping! Baseball Magazine Third Team AllFreshman Team

April 13 Kevin McKague .640, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 10 R, 1.000 SLG. April 20 J.P Polchinski .381, 3 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 5 R, .905 SLG. May 4 Clint Moore .533, 2 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 9 R, 1.400 SLG.

PATRIOT LEAGUE PITCHER OF THE WEEK Feb. 24 Matt Fouch 1-0, 6.0 IP, 2 R, 0 ER, 3 H, 5 SO, 0 BB March 16 Ben Koenigsfeld 1-0, 7.0 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 6 SO, 3 BB April 20 Kirk Porter 1-0, 9.0 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 H, 3 SO, 5 BB April 27 Matt Fouch 1-0, 7.0 IP, 2 R, 2 ER, 7 H, 6 SO, 1 BB

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE “FACES IN THE CROWD” April 27 Kevin McKague .640, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 10 R, 1.000 SLG. 0-0, 1 SV, 4.0 IP, 1 R, 1 ER, 1H, 2 SO, 2 BB

NATIONAL ALLSTAR LINEUP April 13 Kevin McKague .640, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 10 R, 1.000 SLG. 0-0, 1 SV, 4.0 IP, 1 R, 1 ER, 1H, 2 SO, 2 BB May 4 Clint Moore .533, 2 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 9 R, 1.400 SLG.

COLLEGE BASEBALLINSDIER.COM NORTHEAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK

IN-SEASON AWARDS ARMY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ATHLETE OF THE WEEK March 30 Ben Koenigsfeld 1-0, 7.0 IP, 2 R, 1 ER, 4 H, 9 SO, 1 BB April 6 Ben Koenigsfeld 1-0, 7.0 IP, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 H, 8 SO, 1 BB .353, 1 3B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 6 R, .824 SLG. April 13 Kevin McKague .640, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 10 R, 1.000 SLG. 0-0, 1 SV, 4.0 IP, 1 R, 1 ER, 1H, 2 SO, 2 BB April 20 Kirk Porter 1-0, 9.0 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 3 H, 3 SO, 5 BB May 4 Clint Moore .533, 2 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 9 R, 1.400 SLG. May 11 Kirk Porter 1-0, 8.0 IP, 0 R, 5 H, 2 SO, 1 BB

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

May 6 Clint Moore .533, 2 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 9 R, 1.400 SLG.

ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE TEAMS FIRST TEAM SP RP 1B 2B SS OF DH

Ben Koenigsfeld Tyler Anderegg Kevin McKague Zach Price Clint Moore Ben Koenigsfeld Joey Henshaw

OF

Kyle Fleming

SECOND TEAM

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2B

Zach Price

SP

Ben Koenigsfeld

PITCHER OF THE YEAR PATRIOT LEAGUE ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL RHP LHP RHP 3B 2B

Tyler Anderegg Steve Cummings Ben Koenigsfeld J.P. Polchinski Zach Price

ARMY IN THE NCAA RANKINGS INDIVIDUAL (TOP 100) Batting Average 86. Clint Moore (.395) Triples Per Game 69. Clint Moore (0.09) Triples 56. Clint Moore (5) Runs Batted In Per Game 14. Joey Henshaw (1.39) 72. Clint Moore (1.19) Runs Batted In 23. Joey Henshaw (75) 81. Clint Moore (63) Slugging Percentage 42. Clint Moore (.724) On-Base Percentage 43. Clint Moore (.494) 93. Zach Price (.480) Sacrifice Bunts Per Game 30. Andy Ernesto (0.23) Sacrifice Bunts 35. Andy Ernesto (12) Sacrifice Flies 14. Clint Moore (8) Victories 66. Tyler Anderegg (8) 66. Ben Koenigsfeld (8) Saves 76. Kevin McKague (7)

TEAM (TOP 100) Batting Average 26. 329 Scoring 53. 7.8 Runs 56. 446 Hits 71. 626 Doubles/Game 99. 2.05 Doubles 90. 117 Triples/Game 64. 0.32 Triples 49. 18 Slugging Percentage 48. 0.5 Stolen Bases/Game 60. 1.49 Stolen Bases 49. 85

Bases On Balls 92. 228 Sacrifice Bunts 74. 38 Hit By Pitch 34. 78 Sacrifice Flies 75. 27 Earned Run Average 73. 5.04 Hits Allowed/Nine Inns. 66. 9.87 Fielding Percentage 53. 0.97 Double Plays/Game 11. 1.16 Double Plays 11. 66 Winning Percentage 51. .632

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

TEAM SCHOOL MARKS, BROKEN OR TIED (23) Games, Season: 57 Batting Average, Season: .329 Base Hits, Season: 626 Doubles, Season: 117 Triples, Season: 18 (tied/1989) Runs Scored, Season: 446 Slugging Percentage, Season: .500 Double-Digit Hit Games, Season: 32 Double-Digit Run Games, Season: 20 Most Consecutive 25-Win Seasons: 5, 2004-09 Most Consecutive Regular Season Conference Titles: 2 (tied/2008-09; 2004-05) Most First Team All-League Selections, Season: 7 Most Home Runs, Season: 57 Most Home Runs in a Patriot League Series: 12, Army vs. Lafayette, April 25-26, 2009 Most Total Bases in a Patriot League Series: 110, Army vs. Lafayette, April 25-26, 2009 Total Bases, Season: 950 Runs Batted In, Season: 408 Players with At Least Six Home Runs, Season: 6 Fewest Times Shut Out, Season: 0 (several times) Fielding Percentage, Season: .970 Defensive Double Plays, Season: 66 Postseason Wins, Season: 6 NCAA Tournament Wins, Season: 2 FINISHED CLOSE (6) Walks, Season: 228/235 (1997) On-Base Percentage, Season: .417/.423 (1997) Shutouts, Season: 6/7 (2005, 2007) Pitching Strikeouts, Season: 336/348 (2007) Home Wins, Season: 19/21 (2004) Wins, Season: 36/39 (2005)

INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL MARKS BROKEN OR TIED (21) Games, Season: 57, Zach Price Starts, Season: 55, J.P. Polchinski Multi-Hit Games, Season: 25, Clint Moore Multi-RBI Games, Season: 20, Clint Moore Multi-RBI Games, Career: 32, Clint Moore (2008-) Doubles, Game: 3, Kyle Fleming vs. Columbia, March 31, 2009 (tied/several) Doubles, Career: 47, Andy Ernesto (2006-09) Home Runs, Season: 13, Joey Henshaw Total Bases, Season: 135, Joey Henshaw Runs, Game: 5, Andy Ernesto vs. Lehigh, April 19, 2009 (tied/several) Runs Batted In, Season: 75, Joey Henshaw Hit by Pitch, Career: 36, J.P. Polchinski (2006-09) Slugging Percentage, Career: .626, Clint Moore (239-382) (2008-) Stolen Base Percentage, Season (min. 10 att.): 1.000 Ben Koenigsfeld (11-11) (tied)/Jim Towey (22-22) (1980) Stolen Base Percentage, Career (min. 10 att.): 1.000 Ben Koenigsfeld (11-11) (2008-) (tied/ several) Most Patriot League Wins, Season: 5, Ben Koenigsfeld (2009) (tied)/Justin Kashner (2004) Best Patriot League Winning Percentage, Season: 1.000, Ben Koenigsfeld (2009) (5-0) (tied)/Justin Kashner (5-0), 2004

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KEVIN McKAGUE

Most Consecutive Patriot League Wins to Begin Career: 9, Ben Koenigsfeld (2008-) Game Started by Pitcher, Season: 15, Matt Fouch Innings Pitched, Season: 90.0, Matt Fouch (tied)/ Matt Cini (2000) Total Shuouts (Ind. and Combined), Season: 4, Kirk Porter (tied)/Ben Koenigsfeld (2008); NIck Hill (2004)

TEAM PATRIOT LEAGUE RECORDS BROKEN OR TIED (8)

FINISHED CLOSE (8) At-Bats, Season: 209, Joey Henshaw/224, Kyle Scogin (2005) Base Hits, Season: 80, Joey Henshaw; 79, Kevin McKague/81 Kyle Scogin (2005) Doubles, Season: 18, Andy Ernesto; 18, Clint Moore/19, Kevin McKague (2008) Triples, Season: 5, Clint Moore/7, Reggie Moore, 1990 Batting Average, Career: 372, Clint Moore/.378, Glenn Donelin (1988-90) Runs Scored, Season: 59, Zach Price; 58, Clint Moore/65, Bryan Price (1997) Walks, Season: 39, Zach Price/40, Mike Scioletti (1997) Hit by Pitch, Season: 12, Clint Moore/16, Walker Gorham (2004)

FRESHMAN SCHOOL MARKS BROKEN OR TIED (9) Games: 57, Zach Price Games Started: 53, Zach Price At-Bats: 197, Zach Price (tied)/Clint Moore (2008) Base Hits: 70, Zach Price Hitting Streak: 16, Zach Price Walks, Season: 39, Zach Price On-Base Percentage, Season: .480, Zach Price Runs Scored, Season: 59, Zach Price Stolen Bases, Season: 14, Zach Price (tied)/Clint Moore (2008) FINISHED CLOSE (1) Multi-Hit Games: 21, Zach Price/22, Clint Moore (2008)

Runs Scored, Season: 446 Batting Average, Season: .329 Home Runs, Season: 57 Fielding Percentage, Season: .970 (tied/ Lafayette, 2008) First Team All-Patriot League Selections: 7 NCAA Tournament Appearances, All-Time: 4 (tied/Bucknell) NCAA Tournament Victories, All-Time: 3 NCAA Regional Wins, Season: 2

INDIVIDUAL PATRIOT LEAGUE RECORDS BROKEN OR TIED (6) Doubles, Game: 3, Kyle Fleming vs. Columbia, March 31, 2009 (tied/several) Triples, Game: 2, Clint Moore vs. Lafayette, April 26, 2009 (tied/several) Runs Batted In, Season: 75, Joey Henshaw Innings Pitched, PLT: 16.0, Matt Fouch Lowest ERA, PLT (min. 6.0 IP): 0.00, Kirk Porter (tied/several) Named First Team All–Patriot League at Two Different Positions: 1, Ben Koenigsfeld, SP-OF FINISHED CLOSE (15) Batting Average, Career: .372, Clint Moore (.385) Base Hits, Season: 80, Joey Henshaw (89) Doubles, Career: 47, Andy Ernesto (56) (2006-09) Doubles, Season: 18, Andy Ernesto/Clint Moore (21) Home Runs, Season: 13, Joey Henshaw (14) Sacrifice Hits, Career: 25, Andy Ernesto (26) (2006-09) Games Started (pitching), Season: 15, Matt Fouch (17) Relief Appearances, Career: 77, Tyler Anderegg (86) (2006-09) Relief Appearances, Season: 27. Tyler Anderegg (28) Victories, Season: 8, Matt Fouch, Ben Koenigsfeld (10) Saves, Season: 7, Kevin McKague (11) Runs Scored, PLT: 6, Zach Price (8) Home Runs, PLT: 2, Ben Koenigsfeld (3) Runs Batted In, PLT: 8, Joey Henshaw (9) Appearances, PLT: 3, Kevin McKague (4)

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ARMY ACCOLADES

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 AMERICAN BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION ALL-REGION SELECTIONS (SINCE 1993) 1993 1994 1997 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009

Lance Boyce, OF; Steve Reich, SP (First Team) Bill Mullee, 1B (First Team) Pat Saxman, RP (Second Team) Bryan Price, 2B; Mike Scioletti, SS (First Team) Schuyler Williamson, C (Second Team) Nick Hill, SP; Nate Stone, 2B (First Team) Nick Hill, SP; Kyle Scogin, SS (First Team) Milan Dinga, RP (Second Team) Nick Hill, SP; Cole White, OF (First Team) Joey Henshaw, DH; Clint Moore, SS (First Team)

AMERICAN BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 1963 1966 2004 2005 2009

Ed Haydash, OF Barry DeBolt, SP Nate Stone, 2B (Third Team) Kyle Scogin, SS (Third Team) Nick Hill, SP (Second Team) Joey Henshaw, DH (Second Team) Clint Moore, SS (Third Team)

ECAC ALL-STAR SELECTIONS (SINCE 1993) 1993 1997 2004 2005 2007 2009

Steve Reich, SP (First Team) Mike Scioletti, SS (First Team) Nick Hill, SP; Nate Stone 2B (Second Team) Schuyler Williamson, C (First Team) Nick Hill, SP (First Team) Cole White, OF (First Team) Nick Hill, SP (First Team, Pitcher of the Year) Joey Henshaw, UTY (Second Team)

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 2004 2005

Nick Hill, SP (Third Team) Kyle Scogin, SS (Third Team) Nick Hill, SP (Second Team)

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 2006

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 1976 1996 1997 2004 2007 2009

PATRIOT LEAGUE BASEBALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1996 1997 1998 2004 2009

1990 1997 2004 2005 2008 2009

Steve Reich, SP Shaun Salmon, OF Milan Dinga, OF-RP; Nick Hill, SP Cole White, OF-SP Kevin McKague, 1B; Clint Moore, SS Zach Price, 2B

2004 2005 2009

Jeremy Stache, 3B (Baton Rouge Regional) Schuyler Williamson, C (Tallahassee Regional) Andy Ernesto, OF (Austin Regional) Joey Henshaw, DH (Austin Regional) Clint Moore, SS (Austin Regional)

ALL-NCAA REGIONAL TEAM SELECTIONS

2010 ARMY BASEBALL

Bill Mullee, 1B Mike Scioletti, SS Mike Scioletti, SS Schuyler Williamson, C Tyler Anderegg, RP

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 2005 2006 2008

Nick Hill, SP (Third Team) Nick Hill, SP (Second Team) Cole White, UTY (Third Team)

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 2005 2006 2007 2008

Schuyler Williamson, C (Third Team) Nick Hill, SP (First Team) Milan Dinga, RP (First Team) Cole White, UTY (Third Team)

BROOKS WALLACE AWARD WATCH LIST (NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD) 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Nate Stone, 2B Nick Hill, SP Milan Dinga, RP-OF; Nick Hill, SP Cole White, SP-OF Clint Moore, SS

BROOKS WALLACE AWARD SEMIFINALIST (NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD) 2009

Milan Dinga, RP (Third Team)

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMEN ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS

Warren Chellman, SS (First Team) Bill Mullee, 1B (Third Team) Mike Scioletti, SS (Third Team) Schuyler Williamson, C (Third Team) Nick Hill, SP (Third Team) Tyler Anderegg, RP (Second Team)

Clint Moore, SS

JOHNNY BENCH AWARD WATCH LIST (NATIONAL TOP CATCHER AWARD) 2005

Schuyler Williamson, C

ROGER CLEMENS AWARD WATCH LIST (NATIONAL TOP PITCHER AWARD) 2005 2006 2007 2008

Nick Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Milan Dinga, RP; Cole White, SP Cole White, SP

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION STOPPER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST 2006 2007 2010

Milan Dinga, RP Milan Dinga, RP Kevin McKague, RP

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

1950 Head Coach Paul Amen Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League (Tied with Princeton) Record: 14-4 (7-2 EIBL) 1960 Head Coach Eric Tipton Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League Record: 18-5-1 (8-1 EIBL) 1965 Head Coach Eric Tipton Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League Record: 15-6 (7-2 EIBL) 1966 Head Coach Eric Tipton Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League Record: 16-4 (8-1 EIBL) 1994 Head Coach Dan Roberts Patriot League North Division (North Division Champion; No. 2 Seed; Lost to Navy in PLCS 2-0) Record: 25-17 (17-3 PL North) 1997 Head Coach Dan Roberts Patriot League (Regular Season Champion; Defeated Bucknell in PLCS 2-1; Lost NCAA Play-In Series to Harvard 2-1) Record: 26-20-1 (15-5 PL) 2000 Head Coach Joe Sottolano Patriot League (No. 3 Seed; Defeated Navy in PLCS 2-0; NCAA Regionals) Record: 24-20-1 (10-8 PL) 2004 Head Coach Joe Sottolano Patriot League (Regular Season Champion; Defeated Lafayette in PLCS 2-0; NCAA Regionals) Record: 37-15 (17-3 PL) 2005 Head Coach Joe Sottolano Patriot League (Regular Season Champion; Defeated Lehigh in PLCS 2-0; NCAA Regionals) Record: 39-14 (17-3 PL) 2008 Head Coach Joe Sottolano Patriot League (Regular Season Champion; Lost to Bucknell in PLT Semifinal Series 2-1) Record: 25-25 (13-7 PL) 2009 Head Coach Joe Sottolano Patriot League (Regular Season Co-Champion; Defeated Lafayette in PLCS 2-0; NCAA Regionals) Record: 36-21 (13-7 PL)

EASTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL LEAGUE FIRST TEAM ALL-LEAGUE 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1973 1975 1976 1978 1980 1981 1986 1988 1989

1990

1991 1992

Bob Kewley, SP Wayne Williams, 3B Roger Zaliskas, OF Tom Eccleston, SP Ed Haydash, OF Ed Haydash, OF Barry DeBolt, SP Barry DeBolt, SP Kenny Smith, 3B John Boretti, OF Barry DeBolt, SP John Boretti, OF Tom Krieger, 3B Tom Krieger, 3B Roger Vandenberg, SP Pete McCall, OF Brent Clark, 2B Mike Trubia, DH Jerry Araneo, DH Paul Taylor, 2B Craig Jones, SP Dave Toth, C Dave Toth, C Tom Cascino, OF Karl Tappert, 1B Chad LeMay, RP Glenn Donelin, SS Shane Kimbrough, RP Reggie Moore, OF Mike Young, 2B Shannon Smith, SP Shannon Smith, 1B Rich Banez, 2B Glenn Donelin, OF Mike Tripp, SP Lance Boyce, UTY

PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1991

Mike Tripp, SP

BATTING AVERAGE LEADERS 1949 Jim Stuff ........................................ .429 1951 Andy Wettlaufer............................. .385 1986 Tom Cascino ................................. .431

EARNED RUN AVERAGE LEADERS 1962 1966 1968 1969 1974 1980 1982 1989 1991

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Tom Eccleston ............................... 1.59 Barry DeBolt .................................. 1.33 Roger Vandenberg ........................ 0.86 Dan Rogers.................................... 1.57 Henry Evans .................................. 0.81 Craig Jones .................................... 1.37 Al Pehanick.................................... 2.54 Shane Kimbrough ......................... 2.42 Mike Tripp ...................................... 2.30

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ALL-TIME ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

FIRST TEAM ALL-LEAGUE 1993

1994 1995

1996 1997

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

2005

2006 2007 2008 2009

Lance Boyce, OF Doug Bohrer, C Arthur O’Neal, OF Paul Perry, RP Steve Reich, SP Mark Houston, SP Arthur O’Neal, OF Mike Trotter, C Jason Hance, SP Bill Mullee, 1B Arthur O’Neal, OF Mark Houston, OF Bill Mullee, 1B Bryan Price, 2B Brian Abell, 3B Pat Saxman, RP Mike Scioletti, SS Scott Weiss, SP Shaun Salmon, OF Shaun Salmon, OF Brian Supko, OF Shaun Salmon, OF Buck Adams, SP Buddy Gengler, SS Kyle Kalkwarf, OF Miguel Gastellum, 2B Josh Holden, OF Schulyer Williamson, C Walker Gorham, 1B Nick Hill, SP Justin Kashner, SP Nate Stone, 2B Schuyler Williamson, C Walker Gorham, 1B Nick Hill, SP Kyle Scogin, SS Cole White, SP Milan Dinga, OF Nick Hill, SP Cole White, 1B Nick Hill, SP Cole White, OF Matt Fouch, SP Clint Moore, SS Cole White, OF Tyler Anderegg, RP Joey Henshaw, DH Ben Koenigsfeld, SP Ben Koenigsfeld, OF Kevin McKague, 1B Clint Moore, SS Zach Price, 2B

SECOND TEAM ALL-LEAGUE 1993 1994 1995

1996 1997

1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004

2005

2006 2007 2008

2009

Lance Boyce, SP Mark Houston, 3B Bill Mullee, 1B Arthur O’Neal, OF Arthur O’Neal, RP Ra Shipps, OF Mike Trotter, C Mike Zahuranic, 2B Mike Scioletti, SS Kevin Heffernan, RP Drew Hicks, C Bryan Price, 2B Matt Sawyer, 1B Darin Souza, DH Adam Thompson, OF Jason King, SP Bryan Price, 2B Mike Scioletti, SS Matt Sawyer, 1B Buck Adams, SP Brandon Boyce, C Matt Cini, SP Mike Erwin, RP Miguel Gastellum, 2B Brandon Boyce, DH Kyle Kalkwarf, OF Josh Holden, OF Dan Pluff, RP Wes Bumgardner, OF Milan Dinga, OF Wade Greenlee, RP Kyle Scogin, SS Jeremy Stache, 3B Milan Dinga, OF Wade Greenlee, RP Monte Jones, RP Justin Kashner, SP Nate Stone, 2B Cole White, OF Schuyler Williamson, C Milan Dinga, RP Cole White, SP Cole White, SP Tony Capozzi, SS Andy Ernesto, OF Ben Koenigsfeld, SP Kevin McKague, 1B J.P. Polchinski, 3B Chris Simmons, C Kyle Fleming, OF

ARMY’S 2009 SENIOR CLASS

PATRIOT LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1993 1994 2001 2004 2005 2007 2009

Steve Reich, SP Mark Houston, SP Buck Adams, SP Nick Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Ben Koenigsfeld, SP

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1997 2004 2005 2007

Mike Scioletti, SS Schuyler Williamson, C Kyle Scogin, SS Cole White, OF

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2004 2005 2008 2009

Milan Dinga, OF-RP Cole White, OF-SP Clint Moore, SS Zach Price, 2B

COACH OF THE YEAR 1994 1997 2004 2005

Dan Roberts Dan Roberts Joe Sottolano Joe Sottolano

TOURNAMENT MVP 1997 2000 2004 2005 2009

Bryan Price, 2B Josh Minney, 3B Justin Long, OF Walker Gorham, 1B Ben Koenigsfeld, SP-OF

BATTING AVERAGE LEADERS 1994 1995 1997 2002 2004 2007

Bill Mullee ......................346 Bill Mullee ......................399 Mike Scioletti .................415 Josh Holden ...................398 Nate Stone .....................414 Cole White ......................408

EARNED RUN AVERAGE LEADERS 1993 1994 1999 2004 2005 2009

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Steve Reich ...................2.48 Mark Houston ...............2.24 Buck Adams ..................3.11 Justin Kashner ..............2.57 Nick Hill .........................1.21 Kirk Porter ...................4.18

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ALL-TIME PATRIOT LEAGUE STANDINGS 1993

1999

NORTH Team Fordham ARMY Holy Cross Colgate

Conference W L Pct. 13 7 .650 11 9 .550 9 11 .450 6 14 .300

Overall W L 32 27 17 22 12 20 8 20

Pct. .542 .436 .375 .286

Conference W L Pct. 11 9 .550 10 10 .500 10 10 .500 10 10 .500

W 20 15 15 12

Overall L 16 19 25 21

Pct. .556 .441 .375 .364

Overall W L 25 17 28 19 14 18 1 28

Pct. .595 .596 .438 .034

SOUTH Team Navy Lehigh Bucknell Lafayette

1994 NORTH Team ARMY Fordham Holy Cross Colgate

Conference W L Pct. 17 3 .850 17 3 .850 11 9 .550 1 17 .055

SOUTH Team Navy Lafayette Lehigh Bucknell

Conference W L Pct. 11 9 .550 8 12 .400 8 12 .400 5 13 .227

Team Navy Fordham ARMY Lehigh Bucknell Lafayette Holy Cross

Conference W L Pct. 19 5 .792 16 8 .667 15 9 .625 11 13 .458 11 13 .458 6 18 .250 6 18 .250

Overall W L 24 18 11 25 11 17 10 25

Pct. .570 .306 .393 .286

Team Bucknell Navy Holy Cross ARMY Lehigh Lafayette

Overall W L 33 20 30 20 22 23 23 23 19 27 9 36 10 33

Team Navy Bucknell ARMY Lehigh Holy Cross Lafayette

Team ARMY Navy Bucknell Lehigh Lafayette Holy Cross

Conference W L Pct. 15 5 .750 12 6 .667 10 10 .500 9 11 .450 7 12 .368 5 14 .263

Team Navy Bucknell ARMY Lafayette Lehigh Holy Cross

Conference W L Pct. 15 5 .750 13 7 .650 12 8 .600 8 12 .400 7 13 .350 5 15 .250

Team Navy Bucknell Holy Cross ARMY Lehigh Lafayette

Pct. .623 .600 .489 .500 .413 .200 .233

Team Navy Lehigh Lafayette ARMY Bucknell Holy Cross

Team Lehigh Bucknell Lafayette ARMY Navy Holy Cross

Team Lafayette ARMY Navy Holy Cross Bucknell Lehigh

Conference W L Pct. 17 3 .850 12 7 .632 12 8 .600 8 11 .421 8 12 .400 2 18 .100

Conference W L Pct. 14 6 .700 12 8 .600 10 8 .556 8 12 .400 8 12 .400 6 12 .333

Team ARMY Navy Holy Cross Bucknell Lafayette Lehigh

Conference W L Pct. 13 7 .650 11 9 .550 11 9 .550 10 10 .500 8 12 .400 7 13 .350

Conference W L Pct. 14 6 .700 14 6 .700 11 9 .550 10 10 .500 6 14 .300 5 15 .250

Team Bucknell ARMY Holy Cross Lafayette Navy* Lehigh*

Conference W L Pct. 13 7 .650 13 7 .650 11 7 .611 9 11 .450 8 12 .400 4 14 .222

Conference W L Pct. 13 7 .650 13 7 .650 12 8 .600 11 9 .550 6 14 .300 5 15 .250

Pct. .511 .474 .462 .488 .300 .212

W 26 19 25 18 11 11

Overall L 20 27 24 24 26 25

Pct. .564 .413 .510 .430 .297 .306

W 26 31 16 10 13 7

Overall L 17 17 29 26 26 29

Pct. .605 .646 .356 .278 .333 .194

Team Bucknell Navy Lehigh ARMY Holy Cross Lafayette

Conference W L Pct. 15 5 .750 12 8 .600 9 11 .450 9 11 .450 8 12 .400 7 13 .350

Team ARMY Lafayette Lehigh Holy Cross Bucknell Navy

Conference W L Pct. 17 3 .850 11 9 .550 9 11 .450 9 11 .450 7 13 .350 7 13 .350

Team ARMY Lehigh Bucknell Lafayette Holy Cross Navy

Conference W L Pct. 17 3 .850 12 8 .600 10 10 .500 6 10 .375 5 11 .313 6 14 .300

W 28 24 27 30 32 16

Overall L 28 24 24 20 21 26

Pct. .500 .500 .529 .588 .602 .384

W 33 25 35 12 16 13

Overall L 20 23 20 23 24 30

Pct. .622 .520 .636 .343 .400 .307

W 25 32 21 30 23 23

Overall L 25 25 28 24 23 27

Pct. .500 .560 .429 .554 .511 .460

W 22 36 22 24 20 11

Overall L 25 21 27 29 26 36

Pct. .468 .632 .449 .453 .436 .240

2007 W 24 22 24 21 13 12

Overall L 20 25 20 22 27 27

Pct. .544 .468 .544 .488 .329 .308

2008 W 21 31 19 17 14 10

Overall L 25 19 23 27 28 32

Pct. .457 .620 .452 .389 .333 .238

2009 W 23 29 23 22 15 11

Overall L 25 21 22 21 35 28

Pct. .479 .578 .511 .512 .300 .282

*Overall record includes one tie

2003

1997

Overall L 16 24 23 25 23 24

Pct. .627 .467 .452 .407 .361 .400

Overall W L 37 15 23 26 25 21 14 22 20 24 14 36

Pct. .711 .469 .543 .392 .455 .280

Overall L 14 21 26 26 23 33

Pct. .736 .552 .381 .409 .361 .272

W 27 21 19 17 13 16

2004

1998

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Pct. .472 .550 .350 .349 .333 .205

Conference W L Pct. 13 7 .650 13 7 .650 11 9 .550 10 10 .500 8 12 .400 5 15 .250

2002

Overall L 23 20 28 21 28 26

W 24 18 24 20 12 7

2006 Overall W L 25 28 27 22 14 26 15 28 14 28 8 31

2001

1996 Conference W L Pct. 14 6 .700 12 8 .600 11 9 .550 9 11 .450 9 11 .450 5 15 .250

Conference W L Pct. 15 5 .750 15 5 .750 9 11 .450 9 11 .450 8 12 .400 4 16 .200

2000

1995

Team Bucknell Lehigh Navy ARMY Lafayette Holy Cross

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009

2005 W 39 26 16 18 13 12

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Groover, Brad Deafenbaugh (6) and David Woolsey. W – Adams. L – Groover. RBI – A: Buddy Gengler 4, Josh Minney 3, Boyce 2, Josh Rizzo, Kyle Kalkwarf, Craig Mattox, Miguel Gastellum; N: Mark Zematis 2, Tony Moore. 2B – A: Gengler 2, Kalkwarf, Mattox, Boyce. 3B – A: Minney. HR – N: Zematis.

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1994

Annapolis, Md. Max Bishop Stadium May 8, 1994 Championship Series Game One Army ....................4 4 2 Navy ....................8 11 0 Mark Houston and Mike Trotter; Toby Moore, Scott Wilson (6) and Pat Mowles. W – Moore. L – Houston. Sv. – Wilson. RBI – A: Houston 2, Arthur O’Neal, Shannon Carney; N: Steve Mauro 3, Andrew Grant 2, Marcus Lee, Matt Smith. 2B – A: O’Neal; N: Mauro 2. 3B – N: Smith. Championship Series Game Two Navy ....................7 8 4 Army ....................6 5 0 Kyle Murray, Brad Snodgrass (4), Scott Wilson (7) and Pat Mowles; Jason Hance, Ed Haley (6), Arthur O’Neal and Mike Trotter. Sv. – Wilson. RBI – N: Marcus Lee 2, Brian Bernth, Kurt Rinehimer, Andy Payne, Matt Smith; A: Rob Damare’, O’Neal, Bill Mullee, Mark Houston. 2B – N: Payne, Rinehimer, Smith; A: O’Neal, David Simmons. HR – N: Lee.

1997

West Point, N.Y. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field May 4-5, 1997 Championship Series Game One Bucknell ........... 14 14 3 Army ................. 16 16 5 Mike Tomko, Matt Potalivo (4),

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Scott Perry (7) and Pete Cann; Scott Weiss, Matt Cini (5), Pat Saxman (6) and Drew Hicks. W – Saxman. L – Potalivo. RBI – B: Joe D’Orazio 3, Dave Apollon 2, Cann 2, Steve Rutkowski 2, Alex Inclan, Tyler Prout, Erich Muzi, Mike MacNeely; A: Brian Abell 5, Matt Sawyer 3, Shaun Salmon 2, Chris Kirk 2, Adam Thompson. 2B – B: Rutkowski; A: Bryan Price 2, Kirk. 3B – A: Price, Abell, Thompson. HR – B: Apollon, Cann, Prout, D’Orazio. Championship Series Game Two Army ...................5 9 2 Bucknell ..............6 6 1 Jason King and Chris Kirk, Drew Hicks (5); Sean Huss, Eric Junge (9) and Pete Cann. W – Huss. L – King. Sv. – Junge. RBI: A: Adam Thompson 2, Kirk, Darin Souza, Shaun Salmon; B: Alex Inclan 2, Cann 2, Dave Apollon, Tyler Prout. 2B – A: Matt Sawyer, Kirk, Thompson; B: Apollon. HR – B: Cann. Championship Series Game Three Bucknell ........... 10 12 5 Army ................. 11 13 4 Ed Soley, Doug Hoffman (8) and Pete Cann; Steve Suhr, Kevin Heffernan (3), Pat Saxman (8) and Chris Kirk. W – Saxman. L – Soley. RBI – B: Alex Inclan 2, Mike MacNeely 2, Dave Apollon, Tyler Prout, Erich Muzi; A: Brian Abell 4, Bryan Price, Matt Sawyer, Kirk, Adam Thompson. 2B – B: Inclan; A: Shaun Salmon, Abell, Kirk. 3B – B: Prout; A:

Thompson. HR – B: Apollon, MacNeely.

1998

Annapolis, Md. Max Bishop Stadium May 2, 1998 Elimination Game Army ....................1 10 1 Bucknell ..............9 10 2 Jason King, Kevin Heffernan (4) and Lance Awbrey, Chris Kirk (6); Mike Anders and Ben Sauers. W – Anders. L – King. RBI – A: Adam Thompson; B: Frank Fresconi 2, Ian Joseph, Dave Apollon, John DiBonaventura, Ken Corcoran. 2B – A: Shaun Salmon, Awbrey, Kirk; B: Fresconi 2.

Championship Series Game Two Navy ....................7 11 2 Army ....................8 16 2 Scott Vane, Rich McDevitt (6) and David Woolsey; Brian Elliott and Brandon Boyce. W – Elliott. L – McDevitt. RBI – N: Tony Moore 3, Brian Whitten 2, Mark Zematis, Rusty Hearn; A: Boyce 3, Bobby Brown 3, Shaun Salmon. 2B – N: Moore; A: Brown, Kyle Kalkwarf 2. 3B – N: Whitten. HR – N: Zematis; A: Boyce.

2004

West Point, N.Y. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field May 8-9, 2004

Championship Series Game One Lafayette .............1 8 1 Army ....................3 8 0 Tom Soldan, Hank Fichtner (8) and Matt Skellan; Nick Hill and Schuyler Williamson. W – Hill. L – Soldan. RBI – L: Rob Fioretti; A: Nolan Cork 2. 2B – A: Cork. Championship Series Game Two Army ................. 16 23 1 Lafayette .............2 6 5 Justin Kashner, Wade Greenlee (8), Brad Johnson (8), Milan Dinga (9) and Schuyler Williamson; Brian Cope, Hank Fichtner (2), Don Smith (4), Paul Fischetti (6), Matt Kamine (7), Drew Moyer (7), John Fugett (8), Matt Revelle (9) and Craig Alexander, Matt Skellan (6). W – Kashner. L – Cope. RBI – A: Kyle Scogin 4, Justin Long 3, Nate Stone 2, Wes Bumgardner 2, Dinga, Williamson, Walker Gorham, Jeremy Stache; L: Skellan, David Drechsel. 2B – A: Bumgardner 2, Long 2, Scogin; L: Skellan.

2000

Annapolis, Md. Max Bishop Stadium May 13-14, 2000 Elimination Game Army ....................5 8 3 Bucknell ..............4 10 2 Matt Cini, Brian Elliott (9) and Brandon Boyce, Scott Gruver (9); Scott Perry, Gregg Farmery (9) and Brad Gething. W – Cini. L – Farmery. Sv. – Elliott. RBI – A: Bobby Brown 3, Josh Minney, Shaun Salmon; B: Ian Joseph 2, Tyler Prout, Brad Gething. 2B – A: Buddy Gengler, Brown; B: Prout. 3B – A: Minney; B: Mike Ritz. Championship Series Game One Army ................. 13 16 3 Navy ....................4 6 2 Buck Adams and Scott Gruver, Brandon Boyce (7); Shane

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West Point, N.Y. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field May 14-15, 2005 Championship Series Game One Lehigh .................2 4 5 Army ....................6 11 1 Jack Muscalus, Joe Raniszewski (3), Joel Hockman (8) and Matt McBride; Nick Hill, Milan Dinga (9) and Schuyler Williamson. W – Hill. L – Muscalus. Sv. – Dinga. RBI – L: McBride, Forrest Doane; A: Walker Gorham 2, Dinga, Jeremy Stache, Chris Simmons, Jason Meloy. 2B – A: Jeremy Stache. Championship Series Game Two Army ................. 10 13 1 Lehigh .................1 8 1 Justin Kashner, Wade Greenlee (8), Dan Cappello (9) and Schuyler Williamson; Joe Matteo, Matt Mezzancello (8), Jed Davitt (8) and Matt McBride. W – Kashner. L – Matteo. RBI – A: Walker Gorham 4, Cole White 3, Kyle Scogin, Chris Simmons; L: Mike Sandonato. 2B – A: Williamson, Simmons. HR – A: Gorham 3, White.

2007

Easton, Pa. Class of 1978 Stadium May 12, 2007 Elimination Game Navy ....................3 11 2 Army ....................5 9 0 Mitch Harris, Mark McCoy (7) and Steven Soares; Nick Hill,

Milan Dinga (9) and Chris Simmons. W – Hill. L – Harris. Sv. – Dinga. RBI – N: Thomas Hamilton, Kendall Bolt, Renaldo Hollins; A: Cole White, J.P. Polchinski, Bo Cipra, Andy Ernesto, Tony Capozzi. 2B – A: Capozzi. 3B – A: Ernesto Championship Series Game One Army ....................3 9 2 Lafayette .............8 12 6 Cole White, Tyler Anderegg (5), Matt Fouch (6), Ben Mayhew (7), Austin Grimes (8) and Chris Simmons; Matt Kamine, John Fugett (7) and Dave Drechsel. W – Kamine. L – White. RBI – A: White 2, Barnes Connell; L: Mike Raible 4, Kevin Leasure, Tom Hayes, Drechsel. 2B – A: Milan Dinga; L: Hayes, Ryan Roberts. 3B – L: Raible. HR – A: White; L: Raible. Championship Series Game Two Lafayette .............7 14 1 Army ....................3 10 4 Kevin Reese, Brad Woodfield (9) and Dave Drechsel; Drew Clothier, Ben Mayhew and Chris Simmons. W – Reese. L – Clothier. RBI – L: Chris Luick, Mike Raible, Tom Hayes, Daniel Bierce, Drechsel; A: J.P. Polchinski, Bo Cipra, Andy Ernesto. 2B – A: Polchinski, Ernesto.

2008

West Point, N.Y. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field May 10-11, 2008

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ARMY CELEBRATES ITS 2009 PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. Semifinal Series Game One (10 inn.) Bucknell ..............5 12 0 Army ....................4 11 1 Mathew Wilson, Jason Buursma (7) and Shawn Hirsch; Drew Clothier, Ben Koenigsfeld (9) and Chris Simmons. W – Burrsma. L – Koenigsfeld. RBI – B: Ben Allen 2, Ben Yoder, Dane Grandizio; A: Kevin McKague 2, Chris Simmons, Cole White. 2B – B: Yoder, Hirsch. A: Ernesto 2, McKague 2. 3B – A: White, Tony Capozzi. Semifinal Series Game Two Army ................. 12 17 0 Bucknell ..............3 8 1 Matt Fouch, Tyler Anderegg (7) and Chris Simmons; Dylan Seeley, Jimmy Murphy (4), Trey Frahler (5), David Solan (7), Andrew Clarke (8), Doug Shribman (9) and Shawn Hirsch, Zachary Brown (7). W – Fouch. L – Seeley. RBI – A: Clint Moore 3, Andy Ernesto 2, Kevin McKague 2, J.P. Polchinski 2, Simmons 2, Tony Capozzi; B: Dane Grandizio 2, Chris Pieper. 2B – A: Moore; B: Andrew Brouse. 3B – B: Grandizio. HR – A: Moore, Polchinski, Simmons. Semifinals Series Game Three Bucknell ..............1 6 1 Army ....................0 2 0 Eric Jarrett, Jason Buursma (6) and Shawn Hirsch; Cole White, Kirk Porter (9) and Chris Simmons. W – Buurs-

ma. L – White. RBI – B: Drew Constable. 2B – None. 3B – None. HR – None.

2009

West Point, N.Y. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field May 9-10, 2009 Semifinal Series Game One Holy Cross ........... 1 5 0 Army .................... 5 9 0 Dan Seip, Nate Koneski and Steve Tkowski; Matt Fouch, Kevin McKague (9) and J.T. Watkins. W – Fouch. L – Seip. RBI – HC: Jack Laurendeau; A: McKague 3, Joey Henshaw 2. 2B – HC: Matt Perry. HR – HC: Laurendeau; A: McKague. Semifinal Series Game Two Army .....................3 7 1 Holy Cross ............5 10 2 Ben Koenigsfeld, Tyler Anderegg (7) and J.T. Watkins; Brian Shapiro, Bobby Holmes (7) and Steve Tkowski. W – Shapiro. L – Koenigsfeld. RBI – A: Clint Moore, Joey Henshaw; HC: Brendan McCrea, Matt Perry, Jake Gorman, Eric Oxford, Jack Laurendeau. 2B – HC: Gorman. Semifinal Series Game Three Holy Cross ............0 5 0 Army .................. 11 15 0 Bobby Holmes, Matt Croglio (4), John Pedrotty (5), Tommy Arrigg (6) and Steve Tkowski; Kirk Porter, Joey Henshaw (9). W – Porter. L – Holmes.

RBI – A: Ben Koenigsfeld 4, Joey Henshaw 3, Clint Moore 2, Kyle Fleming, J.T. Watkins. 2B – A: Moore, Koenigsfeld, J.P. Polchinski. HR – A: Henshaw, Koenigsfeld, Fleming.

West Point, N.Y. Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field May 16, 2009 Championship Series Game One Lafayette .............. 2 6 3 Army ..................... 6 5 1 Zach Fritz, Ryan Hanna (7) and A.J. Miller; Matt Fouch, Kevin McKague (9) and J.T. Watkins. W – Fouch. L – Fritz. RBI – L: Matt Fenster, Alex Bechta; A: Andy Ernesto 3, Joey Henshaw 2, Ben Koenigsfeld. 2B – L: Fenster, Miller; A: Ernesto, Henshaw. HR – A: Ernesto, Koenigsfeld. Championship Series Game Two Army ..................... 8 7 1 Lafayette .............. 1 8 4 Ben Koenigsfeld, Kevin McKague (9) and J.T. Watkins; Corey Shea, Jeremy Atkins (5), Ryan Hanna (6) and A.J. Miller, Ian McCutcheon (7). W – Koenigsfeld. L – Shea. RBI – A: Watkins 4, McKague, J.P. Polchinski; L: Matt Fenster.

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1997

NCAA Play-In Series Cambridge, Mass. O’Donnell Field, May 15-16, 1997 Game One Army ....................1 7 1 Harvard ............ 12 10 0 Scott Weiss, Kevin Heffernan (6), Rich Johnson and Chris Kirk; Andrew Duffell and Jason Keck; W – Duffell. L – Weiss. RBI – A: Kirk; H: Aaron Kessler 3, Todd Harris 3, Keck 2, Peter Albers, Peter Woodfork, David Forst. 2B – H: Woodfork, Forst. HR – A: Kirk; H: Kessler, Albers, Harris. Game Two Harvard ...............5 11 2 Army ....................6 14 2 Frank Hogan, Garrett Vail (6), Michael Marcucci (8) and Jason Keck; Jason King, Pat Saxman (8) and Chris Kirk. W – Saxman. L – Vail. RBI – H: Brian Ralph, Andrew Huling, Brett Vankoski, Keck; A: Bryan Price 3, Matt Sawyer, Chad Tichenor, Rich Munson. 2B – H: Ralph, Huling, Vankoski, Keck; A: Tichenor 2, Munson. Game Three Army ....................1 5 1 Harvard ...............4 11 1 Steve Suhr, Kevin Heffernan (7) and Chris Kirk; Donald Jamieson and Jason Keck. W – Jamieson. L – Suhr. RBI – H: David Forst 2, Brian

Ralph, Brett Vankoski. 2B – A: Brian Abell; H: Forst 2, Peter Woodfork.

2000

Montclair, N.J. Yogi Berra Stadium May 26-27, 2000 Army ....................3 6 1 Rutgers................4 8 3 Matt Cini and Brandon Boyce; Bob Brownlie, Tom Crohan (8), Eric Brown (8) and Ken Ulrich. W – Brownlie. L – Cini. Sv. – Brown. RBI – A: Kyle Kalkwarf 2, Josh Minney; R: Joe B. Cirone 2, Mike O’Brien. 2B – R: Darren Fenster, Todd Speedy. 3B – R: Mike Popowski. Penn State ..........3 5 2 Army ....................1 6 1 Pete Yodis and Chris Netwall; Buck Adams and Brandon Boyce. W – Yodis. L – Adams. RBI – P: Michael Campo, Zack Smithlin, Eric Spadt; A: Miguel Gastellum. 2B – P: Spadt; A: Josh Minney. 3B – P: Spadt.

2004

Baton Rouge, La. Alex Box Stadium June 4-5, 2004 Army ....................0 7 2 LSU ......................9 15 0 Nick Hill, Dan Pluff (7), Brad Johnson (7), Logan Brannon (8), Monte Jones (8) and

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Schuyler Williamson; Justin Meier and Matt Liuzza, Dustin Weaver (9). W – Meier. L – Hill. RBI – L: Ivan Naccarata 2, Blake Gill 2, J.C. Holt, Liuzza, Nick Stavinoha, Clay Harris. 2B – A: Williamson, Nate Stone. 3B – L: Gill. Army ....................1 10 2 Coll. of Charleston2 6 0 Justin Kashner, Dan Pluff (6), Wade Greenlee (7) and Schuyler Williamson; Ryan Edell, Nick Chigges (8) and Matt Kirkpatrick. W – Edell. L – Kashner. Sv. – Chigges. RBI – A: Walker Gorham; C: Brett Gardner, Kirkpatrick. 2B – A: Gorham.

2005

Tallahassee, Fla. Dick Howser Stadium June 3-5, 2005 Army ....................2 7 3 Florida State .......3 2 0 Nick Hill and Schuyler Williamson; Michael Hyde, Kevin Lynch (7), Tyler Chambliss (9) and Aaron Cheeseman. W – Lynch. L – Hill. Sv. – Chambliss. RBI – A: Cole White, Nate Stone. F: Brant Peacher. 2B – A: Williamson. HR – A: White.

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2009

South Alabama ...5 12 1 Army ....................8 9 3 Tommie Major, Adam Wood (3) and Joel Colins; Justin Kashner, Monte Jones (6), Dan Pluff (8), Milan Dinga (9) and Schuyler Williamson. W – Kashner. L – Major. Sv. – Dinga. RBI – S: Colins 2, Quendon Montgomery, Jeff Morris; A: Jason Meloy 3, Williamson 2, Kyle Scogin, Dinga. 2B – S: Michael Cart, Morris; A: Dinga, Meloy.

Austin, Texas UFCU Disch-Falk Field May 29-31, 2009

Army ....................3 7 3 Auburn.............. 12 16 0 Cole White, Monte Jones (5), Ben Mayhew (6), Dan Pluff (7), Dan Cappello (8) and Schuyler Williamson; Cliff Mullins, Clarence Nicely (6), Grant Cardwell (9) and Josh Bell, Mike Hnytka (8). W – Mullins. L – White. RBI – AR: Jeremy Stache 2, Williamson; AU: Bell 3, Clete Thomas 2, Tyler Johnstone 2, Jeff Boutwell, Bruce Edwards, Derek Sain. 2B – AR: Williamson, Jason Meloy; AU: Thomas 2, Josh Donaldson. 3B – AU: Thomas. HR – AU: Boutwell, Edwards, Sain.

Texas State .........4 7 3 Army ....................7 7 3 Brian Borski, Lance Loftin (7), Tyler Brundridge (8) and Ben Theriot; Ben Koenigsfeld, Tyler Anderegg (8), Kevin McKague (9) and J.T. Watkins. W – Anderegg. L – Loftin. Sv. – McKague. RBI – T: Spenser Dennis 2, Keith Prestridge; A: Joey Henshaw 3, Zach Price, Andy Ernesto, J.P. Polchinski. 2B – T: Paul Goldschmidt 2; A: Fleming. 3B – T: Jason Martinson. HR – A: Henshaw.

Army ....................1 4 0 Texas ...................3 7 0 Matt Fouch, Tyler Anderegg (8) and J.T. Watkins; Cole Green, Aaron Wood (8) and Cameron Rupp. W – Green. L – Fouch. Sv. – Wood. RBI – A: J.P. Polchinski; T: Rupp, Kevin Keyes, Connor Rowe. 2B – T: Preston Clark.

Boston College ..... 3 12 0 Army ...................... 4 8 0 John Leonard, Geoff Oxley (7), Nate Bayuk (7), Dave Laufer (7), Mike Dennhardt (8) and Harry Darling, Tony Sanchez (8); Kirk Porter, Tyler Anderegg (7), Kevin McKague (9) and J.T. Watkins. W – Anderegg. L – Leonard. Sv. – McKague. RBI – B: Robbie Anston, Sanchez, John Spatola; A: Joey Henshaw 2, McKague, J.P. Polchinski. 2B – B: Spatola; A: Henshaw, McKague, Polchinski. Regional Final Army ................. 10 14 1 Texas ................ 14 14 0 Steve Cummings, Tyler Anderegg (5), Matt Fouch (8), Kevin McKague (9) and J.T. Watkins; Taylor Jungmann, Keith Shinaberry (4), Brandon Workman (4), Kendal Carrillo (8), Stayton Thomas (8) and Cameron Rupp. W – Thomas. L – Fouch. RBI – A: Clint Moore 3, Joey Henshaw 3, Zach Price, McKague, Ben Koenigsfeld; T: Preston Clark 5, Brandon Loy 3, Travis Tucker 2, Kevin Keyes 2, Brandon Belt, David Hernandez. 2B – A: Price, Moore; T: Loy, Belt, Rupp. 3B – A: McKague. HR – A: Moore, Henshaw; T: Clark, Keyes.

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2000 Montclair Regional (Montclair, N.J.) Rutgers Penn State

L L

3-4 1-3

2004 Baton Rouge Regional (Baton Rouge, La.) Louisiana State L College of Charleston L

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JUSTIN KASHNER IN TALLAHASSEE

2005

Note: Five of Army’s eight NCAA Regional losses have been decided by two runs or less. Another was decided in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Black Knights have dropped three one-run verdicts in NCAA Regional play.

Tallahassee Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.) Florida State L 2-3 South Alabama W 8-5 Auburn L 3-12 Third Place

2009 0-9 1-2

Austin Regional (Austin, Texas) Texas L 1-3 Texas State W 7-4 Boston College W 4-3 Austin Regional Final Texas L 10-14 Second Place

ARMY W-L AT NCAA REGIONALS ARMY vs. ................................................... W-L Auburn..........................................................0-1 Boston College ............................................1-0 College of Charleston ..................................0-1 Florida State ................................................0-1 Louisiana State ...........................................0-1 Penn State ...................................................0-1 Rutgers.........................................................0-1 South Alabama ............................................1-0 Texas ............................................................0-2 Texas State ..................................................1-0 Regional Total ...........................................3-8

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ALL-TIME SERIES

NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 School Adelphi Air Force Albany Amherst Appalachian State Armstrong State Atlantics Gov. Isl. Auburn “B” Co., USCC Barry Berkeley Hall Binghamton Boston College Bowdoin Brigham Young Brooklyn Brown Bucknell Buffalo UC-Riverside UC-San Diego Camp Merritt Carlisle Catholic Central Connecticut Central Florida Chapman Charleston, College of Citadel, The CCNY Coast Guard Acad. Colonial AC Colgate College of St. Rose Columbia Connecticut Connecticut AC Cornell Cortland Creighton Crescent AC C.W. Post Dartmouth Davidson Delaware Detroit Dickinson Drexel Duke Eastern Kentucky Eckerd Embry Riddle Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida Southern Florida State Floyd Bennett Field Fordham Fort Monmouth Fort Slocum George Mason Georgetown Gettysburg Hamilton Hartwick Harvard Harvard 2nd Haverford Hofstra Holy Cross Illinois Indiana Iona Iowa Ithaca

First Meeting 1978 1983 2001 1903 2006 1990 1890 2005 1924 1985 1910 2001 1918 1923 1979 1945 1908 1910 1916 1979 1984 1918 1909 1913 2008 2007 1993 2004 1998 1921 1963 1917 1907 1990 1893 1951 1924 1899 1983 1985 1918 1986 1908 2006 1922 1994 1903 1993 1936 1982 1983 1990 1981 1969 1999 1985 1986 1996 2005 1945 1902 1943 1918 2009 1911 1935 1901 1957 1902 1897 1924 1947 1911 1902 1979 1979 2004 1951

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ARMY YEAR-BY-YEAR 5 Trinity 4 13 Wesleyan 13 1 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4

1890 (2-0-1)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: G.P. White 8 @Riverton Club 7 @Sylvans Club 17 @Atlantics

8 1 14

1891 (0-2)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: J.J. Morrow 8 Manhattan A.C. 7 Manhattan A.C.

9 11

1892 (5-1)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: H.H. Pattison 11 @Siglar’s Inst. 0 8 Rutgers (10) 7 21 Newburgh YMCA 5 4 @Riverview (4) 1 2 Rutgers 0 2 Princeton Cons. 9

1893 (3-2)

Coach: Self-Coached Captains: J.H. Rice, H.H. Pattison* 15 @ Riverview 1 8 Columbia 2 6 Rutgers 1 2 Lehigh 12 6 Princeton Cons. 7 *Resigned due to injury

1894 (1-5)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: J.C. Gilmore Jr. 15 Rutgers 8 Columbia 6 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2 Union 8 Princeton Cons. 3 Lehigh

3 9 8 4 12 5

1895 (3-2)

Coach: Abraham Lott Captain: A.G. Lott 15 Rutgers 7 12 Peekskill Mil. Acad. 2 9 Union 8 5 Lehigh 12 9 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 11

1896 (1-5)

Coach: Abraham Lott Captain: A.G. Lott 1 Lafayette 2 13 Rutgers 4 8 Vermont 9 6 Trinity 10 1 Lehigh 7 1 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4

1897 (2-5)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: T.A. Roberts 6 Lafayette 2 Syracuse 0 Harvard 2nd 8 Union 5 Wesleyan 4 Trinity 2 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G.

11 20 14 7 15 18 0

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1900 (3-4)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: L. Brown Jr. 11 Union 7 5 Rutgers 6 2 Trinity 5 7 Wesleyan 19 7 @Riverview 15 10 Columbia 3 5 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4

1901 (6-2-1)

Coach: Charles Irving Davis Captain: S. Abbott 14 Hamilton 4 16 Vermont 0 10 Rutgers 1 8 @Riverview 4 6 Lehigh 20 6 New York Univ. 6 4 Navy 3 12 N.Y. State Normal 3 2 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G 7 *War class graduated early

1902 (10-6)

Coach: Charles Irving Davis Captain: S. Abbott 2 Union 1 9 Syracuse 4 4 Harvard 14 9 Trinity 4 21 Rutgers 0 6 Vermont 4 6 Pennsylvania 2 2 Fordham 6 8 New York Univ. 4 3 Navy 5 6 Wesleyan 8 9 Lehigh 3 7 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2 5 Illinois 6 8 Hamilton 1 4 Yale 15

1903 (5-5)

Coach: Mr. Steinwender Captain: E.F. Graham 2 Union 1 5 Williams 2 18 Dickinson 1 6 Harvard 4 0 Fordham 1 12 Trinity 3 3 Lafayette 7 3 Amherst 9 6 Columbia 11 0 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2

1904 (4-4-1)

1898 (1-5-1)

Coach: Self-Coached Captain: A.S. Cowan 0 Lafayette 4 Union 4 Vermont 2 Harvard 2nd

1899 (4-2)

Coach: Self-Coached Captains: L. Brown Jr., A.S. Cowan* 3 Union 6 5 TrinityaA 1 10 Wesleyan 5 8 Columbia 7 0 Cornell 9 6 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4 *War class graduated early

24 9 6 9

Coach: Mr. Summersgill Captain: H.B. Hackett 5 Union 8 1 Penn State 0 8 Williams 3 3 Harvard 12 10 New York Univ. 1

PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 4 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 1 Yale 2 Fordham 8 Navy

4 7 4 2

1905 (5-7)

Coach: Walter Clarkson Captain: P.H. Winston 5 Union 7 Trinity 2 Harvard 11 New York Univ. 2 Columbia 1 Penn State 7 Fordham 13 Pratt Institute 1 Yale 9 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4 Lafayette 5 Navy

0 5 13 3 3 13 11 10 2 1 10 9

1906 (11-3)

Coach: Dennis Houle Captain: C.K. Rockwell 16 Rutgers 1 3 Johns Hopkins 2 2 Columbia 3 7 New York Univ. 3 6 Wesleyan 3 2 Yale 5 6 Trinity 2 8 Fordham 5 2 Penn State 9 18 23d Reg., N.Y.N.G. 0 23 Manhattan 2 8 Navy 5 7 U.S.S. Pennsylvania 2 3 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2

1907 (7-7-1)

Coach: Dennis Houle Captain: E.E. Pritchett 5 Union 0 7 Lehigh 13 4 Harvard 10 5 Yale 4 3 Pennsylvania 5 3 Lafayette 3 11 New York Univ. 2 1 Virginia 5 8 Penn State 12 6 Navy 5 7 Colgate 1 5 Fordham 7 7 Trinity 9 8 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 5 3 Wesleyan 2

1908 (5-10-1)

Coach: Dennis Houle Captain: F.A. Mountford, H.M. Groninger* 3 Union 1 6 Manhattan 7 4 Williams 3 5 Fordham 7 2 Yale 6 3 Virginia 3 3 Pennsylvania 4 3 Lehigh 1 3 Brown 5 2 Dartmouth 4 0 Wesleyan 1 3 Columbia 7 5 Trinity 0 5 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4 5 Navy 16 3 Amherst 8 *War class graduated early

THE 1902 ARMY TEAM 1909 (8-7)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: C.B. Meyer 5 New York Univ. 0 3 Tufts 1 6 Wesleyan 5 5 Yale 11 5 Pennsylvania 7 3 Virginia 4 4 Dartmouth 5 4 Carlisle 0 2 Williams 3 7 Lehigh 6 3 Trinity 5 7 Navy 3 18 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2 3 Fordham 2 0 Amherst 3

1910 (14-6)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: W.C. Harrison 3 Berkeley Hall 5 Seton Hall 3 Manhattan 7 Vermont 8 Union 3 Tufts 5 Lafayette 4 Wesleyan 3 Yale 1 Columbia 3 Rochester 3 Virginia 2 Brown 0 Trinity 1 Fordham 2 Navy 1 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 5 Stevens 7 Bucknell 20 Colgate

1 3 2 1 1 4 2 0 0 4 1 6 1 1 4 0 3 0 5 4

1911 (16-5-1)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: A.D. Surles 3 Rutgers 7 Manhattan 4 Dickinson 3 Lehigh 0 Lafayette 3 Tufts 1 Dartmouth 6 RPI 3 Norwich 7 Brown 11 Rochester

2 0 1 6 6 0 0 1 3 6 0

20 8 13 2 0 1 7 9 3 5 5

Berkeley Hall 7 Georgetown 10 Trinity 3 Union 1 Fordham 3 Holy Cross 5 Navy 1 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 1 Syracuse 0 Bucknell 2 Columbia 1

1912 (12-4)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: H.L. Whiteside 4 Lafayette 6 0 Dartmouth 6 1 Bucknell 7 11 Pennsylvania 2 3 Swarthmore 1 12 Stevens 9 16 Lehigh 3 7 Columbia 1 8 Norwich 4 2 Penn State 11 12 Michigan 4 6 Fordham 0 11 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 1 8 Navy 7 7 Colgate 6 7 Syracuse 0

1913 (16-6)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: O.K. Sadtler 2 Colgate 3 12 New York Univ. 3 10 Stevens 1 2 Dickinson 1 8 Lafayette 5 11 Norwich 4 9 Dartmouth 5 9 Harvard 7 10 Swarthmore 9 2 Penn State 13 3 Holy Cross 2 9 Virginia 3 4 Williams 14 9 Catholic 8 6 Lehigh 5 0 Fordham 2 5 Union 8 3 Notre Dame 0 9 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 11 2 Navy 1 9 Ursinus 3 10 Syracuse 4

1914 (10-5)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: C.M. Milliken 2 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 7 2 Dickinson 7 6 Cornell 4 8 Colgate 0 3 Harvard 15 11 Tufts 10 15 Bucknell 7 3 Georgetown 2 7 Penn State 2 3 Notre Dame 9 7 Fordham 5 3 Vermont 8 0 Catholic 8 8 Navy 2 6 Syracuse 0 12 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 4

1915 (18-3)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: L.A. Merillat 15 New York Univ. 8 Stevens 6 Rutgers 6 Lafayette 10 Lafayette 9 Harvard 9 Seton Hall 2 Lehigh 11 Swarthmore 11 Georgetown 9 Penn State 9 Washington & Lee 5 Holy Cross 3 Fordham 4 St. John’s 6 Springfield 8 Villanova 6 Navy 15 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 0 Syracuse 6 Catholic

0 1 0 5 7 2 8 0 7 4 4 5 2 16 0 7 0 5 8 1 1

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 1916 (10-8-1)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: R.R. Neyland Jr. 2 Amherst 3 Williams 1 Harvard 2 Tufts 2 Springfield YMCA 7 Seton Hall 4 Lehigh 4 Penn State 16 Georgetown 10 Pittsburgh 3 Buffalo 4 Lafayette 2 Fordham 2 Swarthmore 13 Navy 17 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 5 Holy Cross 0 Syracuse 5 Colgate

6 2 2 5 5 1 1 7 5 3 2 3 4 3 3 1 5 1 1

1917 (8-1)

Coach: Sammy Nicklin Captain: C.H. Gerhardt 16 St. John’s 15 N.Y. State Normal 17 Manhattan 10 Hamilton 9 Williams 2 Holy Cross 4 Colonial A.C. 3 Union 4 Colgate

1 0 1 0 6 5 3 2 2

1918 (14-7)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captains: E.Q. Oliphant, N. McNeil* 2 St. John’s 3 Berkeley Hall 2 Boston College 2 Lafayette 3 Tufts 5 Newport Naval Res. 1 West Virginia 4 Cornell 9 Catholic 5 Holy Cross 3 Crescent A.C. 11 Springfield Y.M.C.A.

0 2 6 4 7 7 2 3 4 1 6 1

3 Johns Hopkins 1 5 Mount St. Joseph’s 2 1 Fordham 0 5 Stevens 1 4 U.S.S. Amphitrite 0 7 Pelham Bay Naval 8 6 Fort Slocum 1 8 Princeton Aero 7 20 Camp Merritt 3 *War class graduated early

1919 (10-7)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captains: F.J. Tate, W.S. Murray 4 Seton Hall 5 3 Boston College 1 6 Manhattan 1 2 Lafayette 1 1 Tufts 12 12 Lehigh 1 12 Union 7 2 Villanova 1 2 Penn State 7 1 Swarthmore 0 1 Holy Cross 11 2 Springfield 3 9 Berkeley Hall 5 6 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2 6 Navy 10 4 Syracuse 3 3 Crescent A.C. 4

1920 (7-6-2)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captain: G. Honnen 5 Boston College 11 New York Univ. 4 Stevens 3 Tufts 4 Harvard 6 Lehigh 2 West Virginia 1 Penn State 6 Holy Cross 2 Catholic 4 Pittsburgh 6 Rutgers 9 Berkeley Hall 1 Navy 4 Colgate

6 14 4 1 4 8 0 3 2 1 2 0 3 11 8

1921 (11-5)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captain: G.C. Wilhide 8 City College of N.Y. 6 Stevens 10 New York Univ. 14 Union 9 Williams 5 Lafayette 6 Syracuse 2 Swarthmore 6 West Virginia 4 Catholic 2 Columbia 5 Colgate 5 Brown 2 Fordham 8 Navy 10 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G.

3 0 4 2 4 9 3 3 5 7 3 4 6 1 7 3

1922 (11-5)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captain: G.C. Wilhide 3 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 11 5 Vermont 4 11 City Coll. of N.Y. 2 5 New York Univ. 4 8 Tufts 3 4 Catholic 0 12 Williams 2 4 Lafayette 7 5 Swarthmore 7 7 Princeton 6 10 Columbia 4 8 Penn State 7 2 Colgate 8 7 Delaware 5 14 Fordham 3 3 Pennsylvania 4 6 Navy 8

1923 (11-5-1)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captain: D.G. Storck 2 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 14 3 Boston College 5 14 Bowdoin 11 11 City Coll. of N.Y. 3 4 Amherst 5 10 Tufts 2 14 Catholic 6 7 Lafayette 12 4 Swarthmore 3 2 Colgate 7 2 New York Univ. 1 0 Penn State 10 4 Fordham 2 14 Delaware 6 8 Manhattan 7 19 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 5 8 Navy 5 1 Columbia 1

1924 (10-6)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captain: G.W. Smythe 3 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 10 10 Amherst 2 11 Connecticut A.C. 4 1 Boston College 5 9 Swarthmore 7 10 Haverford 1 1 Columbia 2 8 Syracuse 4 1 New York Univ. 6 6 Pennsylvania 4 1 Fordham 2 3 Delaware 2 5 Catholic 6 3 Navy 5 10 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G 8 6 “B” Co., U.S.C.C. 2 12 Lafayette 7

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THE 1924 ARMY TEAM 1925 (6-11)

Coach: Hans Lobert Captain: H.O. Ellinger 0 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 7 5 Bowdoin 4 10 Manhattan 3 11 Amherst 0 15 Vermont 9 5 Swarthmore 4 2 Lafayette 12 5 Lehigh 10 0 Columbia 3 1 Syracuse 4 3 New York Univ. 6 2 Pennsylvania 7 3 Fordham 6 2 Holy Cross 5 2 Catholic 6 3 Georgetown 12 7 Navy 13 11 7th Reg., N.Y.N.G. 2

1926 (6-8)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: R.P. Reeder Jr. 1 Bowdoin 0 3 Pennsylvania 8 6 Vermont 5 18 Swarthmore 4 7 Lafayette 11 5 Syracuse 11 3 Columbia 15 12 Manhattan 10 6 New York Univ. 16 2 Catholic 13 0 Holy Cross 5 3 Springfield 4 6 Georgetown 3 6 Navy 5

1927 (9-4)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: A.L. Cobb 6 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 19 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 2 12 Catholic 10 4 Vermont 9 11 Lehigh 3 10 Swarthmore 9 1 Pennsylvania 6 9 Columbia 4 6 Springfield 12 8 Colgate 5 15 Delaware 1 2 New York Univ. 1 4 Bucknell 0 6 Williams 2 2 Navy 8

1928 (9-2)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: W.W. Browning 4 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 16 9 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 20 6 Vermont 9 5 Lehigh 2 8 Williams 4 2 Wesleyan 3 2 Columbia 0 7 Swarthmore 3 10 Springfield 9 3 Catholic 1 9 Bucknell 1 5 Union 2 9 Navy 6

1929 (5-8)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: D.Z. Zimmerman 1 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 6 1 Pennsylvania 4 4 Lafayette 6 5 Lehigh 6 0 New York Univ. 2 8 Columbia 2 5 New Hampshire 3 3 Swarthmore 5 7 Wesleyan 1 0 Fordham 7 4 Bucknell 5 2 Dartmouth 10 7 Georgetown 2 11 Williams 4

1930 (9-5-1)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: C.E. Beauchamp 0 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 18 2 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 20 4 Vermont 6 2 Connecticut A.C. 1 11 Wesleyan 2 6 Haverford 2 9 Lehigh 3 2 Maryland 8 6 New York Univ. 5 9 Columbia 6 10 New Hampshire 7 6 Union 4 3 Lafayette 11 7 Fordham 2 1 Swarthmore 1 4 Dartmouth 9 0 Bucknell 1

1931 (7-6)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: C.E. Hoy 3 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 4 1 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 15 4 Connecticut A.C. 3 10 Lehigh 5 21 Haverford 1 4 Union 10 8 Wesleyan 2 12 Swarthmore 8 8 Bucknell 2 1 Penn State 4 1 Fordham 5 5 Lafayette 3 3 New York Univ. 4 1 Colgate 19 3 Maryland 10

1932 (11-2)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: E.E. Farnsworth Jr. 3 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 9 18 Connecticut A.C. 2 2 Swarthmore 0 19 Bucknell 2 5 Temple 1 4 Penn State 17 8 Wesleyan 5 13 Haverford 3 5 New York Univ. 4 4 Washington & Lee 3 5 Rutgers 4 9 Lafayette 3 2 Fordham 4 7 Union 3

1933 (5-6)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: S.O. Fuqua Jr. 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 9 6 Haverford 0 6 Middlebury 4 1 Swarthmore 0 5 Lehigh 8 3 Rutgers 4 8 New York Univ. 5 1 Washington & Lee 5 2 Fordham 21 10 Wesleyan 2 4 Navy 8 7 Bucknell 8

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 8 Syracuse 1 Pennsylvania 10 Yale 3 Fordham 6 Williams 4 Navy 5 Colgate

4 3 17 5 3 1 1

1940 (5-7)

Coach: Walter French Captain: C.G. Esau 1 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 7 5 Harvard 4 5 Princeton 4 8 Brown 3 0 Lafayette 4 3 Penn State 9 0 Duke 10 4 Yale 1 2 Notre Dame 6 9 New York Univ. 10 7 Fordham 15 7 Wesleyan 4 2 Navy 4

1941 (8-6)

RED REEDER 1934 (9-4)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: T.T. Brown 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 7 11 Vermont 10 0 Providence 9 10 Middlebury 3 2 Lehigh 1 13 Swarthmore 4 6 Columbia 5 3 Temple 12 14 Amherst 4 4 Wesleyan 3 3 Fordham 9 11 Bucknell 7 2 Navy 4 6 Yale 4

1935 (9-5)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: J.H. Caughey 0 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 9 1 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 5 15 Swarthmore 0 9 Haverford 6 7 Amherst 8 8 Wesleyan 2 10 Lehigh 7 5 Temple 4 4 Syracuse 1 2 Williams 5 6 New York Univ. 1 2 Fordham 14 2 Colgate 9 4 Gettysburg 13 11 Bucknell 1 10 Navy 4

1936 (4-9)

Coach: Harold McCormick Captain: W.R. Grohs 2 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 6 0 Colgate 3 7 Lehigh 4 8 Amherst 4 10 Swarthmore 13 7 Middlebury 8 4 Duke 16 2 Syracuse 5

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New York Univ. Fordham Wesleyan Maryland Bucknell Navy

11 27 3 19 7 11

1937 (9-2)

Coach: Walter French Captain: R.W. Griffin 4 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 19 8 Yale 5 1 Princeton 0 5 Amherst 4 3 Penn State 7 6 Syracuse 3 9 Swarthmore 8 3 Bucknell 0 2 New York Univ. 0 3 Fordham 9 7 Union 6 8 Navy 3

1938 (9-4)

Coach: Walter French Captain: R.J. Kasper 2 Wesleyan 13 Williams 2 Lafayette 10 Columbia 7 New York Univ. 7 Yale 4 Syracuse 3 Duke 6 Georgetown 3 Amherst 3 Fordham 6 Penn State 1 Navy

1939 (8-6)

4 1 4 9 4 3 3 12 1 2 2 2 6

Coach: Walter French Captain: S.G. Kail 2 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 4 7 Vermont (7) 1 3 Lafayette 4 15 Princeton 4 8 Rutgers 2 3 Columbia 7 3 Duke 5 7 Georgetown 5

Coach: Walter French Captain: R.B. Polk 0 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 9 2 Lafayette 1 7 Harvard 2 11 Amherst 4 3 Pittsburgh 9 3 Princeton 13 0 Brown 8 7 Colgate 5 2 Columbia 3 6 Williams 1 9 Pennsylvania 6 4 Springfield 1 0 Yale 2 4 Penn State 23 4 Navy 3

1942 (10-4-1)

Coach: Walter French Captain: W.C. Garland 3 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 12 5 Cornell 1 8 Vermont 2 7 Georgetown 3 12 Harvard 9 2 Williams 23 12 Syracuse 12 15 Pennsylvania 9 5 Swarthmore 1 11 Maryland 2 3 Lafayette 4 12 Pittsburgh 1 1 Brown 2 0 Fordham 5 6 Yale 4 10 Navy 3

1944 (11-1)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: J.G. Capka 4 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 18 8 Mtl. Royals (Ex.) 6 6 Mtl. Royals (Ex.) 6 9 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 11 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 14 11 Stevens 10 3 Villanova 1 8 Swarthmore 0 4 Dartmouth 6 10 Williams 3 18 Pittsburgh 8 10 Princeton (14) 9 8 Columbia 0 3 New York Univ. (10) 2 9 Pennsylvania 3 7 Yale (12) 6 8 Navy 2

1945 (15-0)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: C.K. Josey 5 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 9 5 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 4 4 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 0 12 Mtl. Royals (Ex.) 8 4 Mtl. Royals (Ex.) 8 9 Mtl. Royals (Ex.) 3 8 Sampson N.T.S. 5 10 Brooklyn 3 9 Floyd Bennett A.F. 2 14 Swarthmore 1 13 U.S. Coast Guard 4 11 Villanova 2 25 Yale 1 13 Merchant Marine 5 7 New York Univ. 4 18 Columbia 0 11 Williams 4 8 Yale 5 7 Fordham 2 7 Navy 2 15 Colgate 1

1946 (9-7)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: R.M. Kinney 2 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 2 3 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 7 4 City Coll. of N.Y. 9 0 Seton Hall 2 8 Dartmouth 3 15 Panzer 6 2 Lafayette 4 7 Villanova 2

10 13 2 3 14 5 7 5 5 5

Colgate Brooklyn New York Univ. Yale Williams Yale Holy Cross Fordham Navy Swarthmore

5 5 8 10 2 6 6 1 11 1

1947 (17-1-1)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: G.W. Davis 5 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 16 9 Rutgers 1 8 Hofstra 7 6 Panzer 4 11 Lafayette (6) 10 10 Trinity 5 7 Merchant Marine 2 11 Brooklyn 7 9 Villanova 0 4 Princeton 1 5 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 16 4 Yale 3 3 Yale (6) 3 4 Fordham 3 6 Williams 2 14 Columbia 4 10 Pennsylvania 5 4 Maryland 3 4 Navy 8 12 Lehigh 2 11 Amherst 8

1948 (16-7)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: N.L. Robinson 2 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 7 13 Hofstra 4 10 Merchant Marine 1 4 Wagner 2 10 Wesleyan 2 6 Rutgers 9 9 Panzer 3 7 Swarthmore 5 6 Villanova 4 1 Temple 2 8 Pennsylvania 1 6 Lafayette 0 4 Williams 2 0 Columbia 2 3 Princeton 0 12 Cornell 0 8 Harvard 2 12 City Coll. of N.Y. 9 1 New York Univ. 2

8 7 0 7 0

Brown Lehigh Yale Maryland Navy

2 2 1 10 10

1949 (6-13)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: R.H. Wagner 3 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 4 10 Swarthmore 0 9 Hofstra 8 11 Villanova 5 6 Rutgers 7 10 Williams 8 4 Pennsylvania 6 3 St. John’s 6 3 Lehigh 6 9 Dartmouth 11 3 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 4 13 Fordham 2 2 Princeton 6 1 Lafayette 11 13 Yale 4 2 Cornell 3 2 Colgate 12 0 Harvard 10 2 Navy 8 2 New York Univ. 3 1 Columbia 4

1950 (14-4)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: J.V. Irons 0 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 8 14 Wesleyan 9 12 Hofstra 2 7 Vermont 1 2 Syracuse 4 4 Manhattan 3 2 New York Univ. 3 5 Columbia 2 3 Princeton 1 7 Brown 3 4 Pennsylvania 0 5 Williams 0 13 Yale 7 1 Dartmouth 3 17 Colgate 4 4 Harvard 5 10 Cornell 3 7 Navy (15) 5 5 Fordham 1

1943 (10-3)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: E.F. McCabe, J.C. Stahle 8 Bkn. Dodgers (Ex.) 12 3 Mtl. Royals (Ex.) 6 9 Swarthmore 0 5 U.S. Coast Guard 4 5 Manhattan 1 3 Lafayette 1 10 Georgetown 0 7 Columbia 8 4 Brown 3 9 Pittsburgh 2 7 Williams 6 5 Fordham 0 2 New York Univ. 7 17 Fort Monmouth 11 2 Navy 8

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 1951 (8-14-1)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: T.W. Griesinger 2 Trinity 3 2 Ithaca 4 12 Connecticut 11 8 Wesleyan 0 0 Lafayette 3 5 Manhattan 5 0 Hofstra 11 3 City Coll. of N.Y. 1 5 Columbia 6 4 Villanova 8 4 Princeton 6 7 Dartmouth 6 11 New York Univ. 1 6 Brown 7 5 Harvard 16 6 Yale 1 0 Pennsylvania 2 3 Rutgers 4 4 Colgate 5 0 Cornell 4 10 Williams 7 5 Navy 1 4 Fordham 6

1952 (10-10-2)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: T.E. Fitzpatrick 12 Wesleyan 9 2 Connecticut (6) 2 5 Vermont 8 3 New York Univ. (8) 3 0 Manhattan 3 9 Swarthmore 3 3 Harvard 0 0 Harvard 11 4 Rutgers 11 4 Yale 3 6 City Coll. of N.Y. 9 4 Dartmouth 1 2 Lehigh 1 4 Villanova 6 6 Yale 14 4 Brown 1 3 Brown 5 7 Dartmouth 6 0 Columbia 4 2 Colgate 0 1 Navy 3 3 Fordham (15) 2

1953 (6-9-3)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: J.B. Oblinger 7 Merchant Marine 3 4 City Coll. of N.Y. 4 4 Ithaca 2 2 Swarthmore (8) 5 5 Manhattan 2 5 Navy 4 1 Rutgers 3 0 Brown (5) 0 6 Columbia 9 2 Cornell 7 4 Princeton 5 6 Yale 8 2 Harvard 1 4 Pennsylvania 5 6 Villanova (10) 6 11 Amherst 0 4 New York Univ. 7 2 Navy 10

1954 (11-7)

Coach: Paul Amen Captain: W.F. LeCates 5 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 6 8 Vermont 3 0 City Coll. of N.Y. 6 11 Swarthmore 4 1 St. John’s 10 3 Lafayette 2 5 Pennsylvania 1

2 Columbia 0 Dartmouth 4 Williams 9 Harvard 6 Yale 6 Manhattan 4 Princeton 6 Cornell 2 Villanova 4 Navy 4 Santo Domingo 8 Fordham

0 6 3 5 5 3 1 12 3 8 3 11

1955 (10-8-2)

Coach: Joe Palone Captain: R.G. Cardillo 1 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 14 4 Maine 14 3 Swarthmore 0 8 Villanova 4 2 Columbia 13 2 Harvard 6 5 Cornell 1 6 Brown 10 4 Pennsylvania 2 4 Syracuse 3 0 Princeton 8 1 Yale 9 8 Colgate 8 1 Williams 8 5 Dartmouth 4 10 Amherst 2 9 City Coll. of N.Y. 4 5 St. John’s 6 5 Lafayette 5 5 Navy 1 10 Fordham 0

1956 (9-10)

Coach: Joe Palone Captain: D.L. Butler 1 Trinity 0 4 Villanova 7 4 Swarthmore 0 18 Brown 0 0 Harvard 4 3 Penn State 1 5 Syracuse 0 2 Amherst 6 9 Yale 2 2 St. John’s 11 2 Dartmouth (11) 0 3 City Coll. of N.Y. 1 2 Princeton 1 3 Cornell 4 1 Lafayette 4 2 Colgate 8 2 Columbia 4 1 Manhattan 14 4 Navy 7

1957 (13-9-2)

Coach: Joe Palone Captain: L.S. Marella 0 N.Y. Giants (Ex.) 16 9 Maine 3 3 Villanova 1 4 Rutgers 2 3 Columbia 9 5 City Coll. of N.Y. 5 8 Swarthmore 0 1 Yale 4 7 Manhattan 13 3 St. John’s 10 4 Syracuse 3 5 Harvard 6 6 New York Univ. 6 6 Brown 0 7 Penn State 16 9 Fordham 3 3 Trinity 2 14 Pennsylvania 4 5 Colgate 6 4 Dartmouth 10 0 Lafayette 6

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2 Cornell 9 Princeton 9 Hartwick 3 Navy

0 7 5 2

1958 (10-11-1)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: N. O. Conner 1 S.F. Giants (Ex.) 17 3 Wesleyan 4 11 Siena 3 7 Pennsylvania 0 8 St. John’s 4 8 Colgate 2 6 Rutgers 1 5 Brown 0 5 Harvard 9 6 New York Univ. 1 7 Cornell 17 5 Yale 7 3 Villanova 4 6 Hofstra 8 1 Columbia 0 5 Dartmouth 7 3 Syracuse (10) 3 5 Fordham 3 3 Seton Hall 6 1 Hartwick 5 5 Ithaca (10) 4 1 Princeton 6 4 Navy 5

1959 (11-10)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: F. Franks 6 Fordham 2 Vermont 8 New York Univ. 7 Yale 0 Wesleyan 3 Rutgers 3 Columbia 3 Princeton 6 Colgate 6 Syracuse 4 Harvard 2 Rider 2 Brown 8 Manhattan 12 City Coll. of N.Y. 5 Delaware 9 Pennsylvania 1 Cornell 8 Villanova 3 Dartmouth 3 Navy

1961 (12-7-1)

5 4 5 5 6 6 5 2 5 5 3 9 9 2 1 8 0 2 2 5 4

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: W.R. Williams 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 14 4 Manhattan 0 18 Swarthmore 0 4 Ithaca 1 9 City Coll. of N.Y. 0 0 St. John’s 1 7 Yale 1 9 Delaware 16 2 Syracuse 7 4 Villanova 10 6 Brown 5 2 Princeton 4 3 Columbia 4 4 Lafayette 3 3 Cornell 2 1 Pennsylvania 0 4 Fordham 4 8 Dartmouth 4 6 Colgate 2 13 Rider 2 0 Navy 3

1962 (15-6)

1960 (18-5-1)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: N.N. Loscuito 8 New York Univ. 7 Fordham 6 Columbia 22 Swarthmore 7 Hofstra 9 City Coll. of N.Y. 2 Delaware 10 Yale 9 St. John’s 3 Villanova 9 Vermont 6 Amherst 4 Pennsylvania 4 Syracuse 4 Ithaca 8 Dartmouth 3 Seton Hall 7 Brown 8 Harvard 10 Princeton 8 Cornell 1 Colgate 4 Manhattan 1 Navy

CASEY STENGEL AND DUKE SNIDER WITH BILL BOICE

2 1 1 4 3 3 4 4 4 2 4 3 1 7 5 1 3 2 2 2 4 0 7 9

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: J.L. Schmidt 4 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 8 8 Wesleyan 4 7 City Coll. of N.Y. 4 3 Rutgers 14 4 Penn State 8 8 Colgate 4 3 Yale 0 8 Manhattan 11 16 Columbia 7 10 Cornell 3 11 Dartmouth 2 7 Fordham 3 14 New York Univ. 3 1 Harvard 7 8 Brown 3 7 Princeton 2 7 Villanova 3 5 Pennsylvania 2 0 Ithaca 4 7 Seton Hall 2 10 Rider 2 2 Navy 4

1963 (12-10-1)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: W.M. Boice 2 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 15 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 3 4 Fordham 2 4 Ithaca 9 6 Hofstra 5 7 St. John’s 13 2 Princeton 9 10 Manhattan 7 0 Pennsylvania 0 12 New York Univ. 4 1 Yale 6 6 Colgate 5 5 Harvard 7 4 Columbia 5 8 City Coll. of N.Y. 7 5 Brown 4 3 Penn State 1 7 Rutgers 12 6 Coast Guard 8 1 Dartmouth 5 7 Lafayette 1 5 Cornell 3 7 Seton Hall 9 9 Rider 7 6 Navy 5

1964 (13-6)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: R.J. Michela 2 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 8 1 Long Island 2 6 Villanova 3 4 Pennsylvania 2 7 Columbia 2 6 Fordham 0 7 Yale 2 3 Cornell 1 5 City Coll. of N.Y. 1 1 Brown 4 0 Harvard 1 4 Rutgers 0 9 St. John’s 4 0 Ithaca 6 6 Manhattan 8 6 Dartmouth 2 8 Syracuse 1 9 Princeton 6 6 Seton Hall 13 2 Navy 1

1965 (15-6)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: T.A. Pyrz 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 8 1 Long Island 4 16 Middlebury 6 5 Ithaca 4 2 Princeton 3 12 Colgate 7 2 Yale 0 3 Villanova 2 2 Pennsylvania 0 5 Rutgers 7 3 St. John’s 4 13 Manhattan 2 0 Rider 10 1 Harvard 0 7 Fordham 0 9 Cornell 8 11 Columbia 7 8 Brown 2 9 Syracuse 5 0 Dartmouth 2 11 Seton Hall 5 7 Navy 2

1966 (16-4)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: E.D. Atkinson 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 1 9 Long Island 3 11 New Hampshire 2 4 Fordham 2 9 Columbia 3 12 New York Univ. 2 10 Syracuse 2 5 Yale 1 8 Pennsylvania 1 9 Rider 7 10 Brown 1 7 Harvard 1 10 St. John’s 0 10 City Coll. of N.Y. 11 0 Cornell 4 6 Colgate 7 8 Princeton 6 2 Dartmouth 0 6 Penn State 3 5 Seton Hall 10 7 Navy 3

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 1971 (10-14)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: T.A. Pyrz 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 8 11 Fordham 13 4 Rutgers 1 4 Villanova 5 7 Lehigh 6 2 @Brown 3 2 @Yale 6 6 @Yale 1 3 Lafayette 15 0 @Princeton 1 0 @Columbia (10) 1 5 @Columbia 2 9 St. John’s 13 4 Harvard 10 3 Dartmouth (8) 2 3 Dartmouth (9) 4 2 New York Univ. 6 9 Pennsylvania 2 8 Navy 2 6 Navy 2 2 @Colgate 4 8 Seton Hall 3 1 Manhattan 4 4 Southern Conn. 1 1 Navy 5

1972 (8-16)

ERIC TIPTON AND RED REEDER 1967 (10-8)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: J. Boretti 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 4 5 Pennsylvania 0 6 Columbia 1 8 New York Univ. 10 8 Syracuse 0 5 Yale 4 4 Fordham 3 4 Rutgers 6 13 Long Island 3 2 St. John’s 4 7 Princeton 4 5 Rider 9 5 Brown 4 4 City Coll. of N.Y. 8 9 Cornell 3 1 Dartmouth 9 4 Penn State 6 9 Seton Hall 2 1 Navy 3

1968 (12-9-1)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: P.T. Krieger 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 9 6 Rutgers 2 5 Long Island 1 1 Syracuse 3 8 New York Univ. 13 2 Pennsylvania 3 4 Columbia 2 3 Villanova 6 11 Yale 4 8 Colgate 2 11 Cornell 3 1 Rider 5 4 Brown 3 5 Harvard 0 9 City Coll. of N.Y. 0 0 St. John’s 4 0 Fordham 4 5 Seton Hall 1 2 Manhattan (11) 2 3 Princeton 0 2 Dartmouth (18) 3 11 Southern Conn. 3 1 Navy 3

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1969 (15-7)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: R.A. Vandenberg 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 4 7 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 5 Rutgers 11 6 Rochester 2 13 Norwich 9 2 Columbia 3 6 Fordham 0 0 Yale 1 4 Brown 6 11 Harvard 2 4 St. John’s 6 5 Seton Hall 6 8 New York Univ. (10) 7 8 Lafayette 6 1 Princeton 3 7 Colgate 6 4 Cornell 3 5 Manhattan 3 4 Massachusetts 3 4 Dartmouth 1 6 Southern Conn. 5 2 Syracuse 1 12 Navy 11

1970 (7-14)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: P.B. McCall 4 Colgate 6 2 Cornell 1 8 Cornell 6 6 Fordham 5 3 Navy 8 0 Pennsylvania 2 4 Pennsylvania 5 1 Princeton 12 4 Princeton 7 2 New York Univ. 5 3 Dartmouth 13 1 Harvard 3 1 Harvard 2 7 City Coll. of N.Y. 2 15 Yale 6 3 Brown 8 7 Brown 6 2 Massachusetts 6 11 Manhattan 3 6 Southern Conn.(11) 7 1 Navy 3

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: H.S. Etheridge 1 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 10 2 @Fordham 4 1 Rutgers 2 5 Villanova 3 14 City Coll. of N.Y. 2 1 Cornell (11) 8 1 St. John’s 7 6 @Pennsylvania 12 7 @Navy 4 0 @Navy 2 5 New York Univ. 4 3 Brown (10) 4 4 Yale (8) 3 1 Yale 4 4 Colgate 7 5 @Harvard 7 0 Dartmouth 3 1 Dartmouth 3 3 Cornell 2 5 Princeton 7 6 Columbia 3 4 Columbia 9 0 Manhattan 1 9 Merchant Marine 2 3 @Navy 6

1973 (10-13)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: G.D. Newsom 1 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 7 8 St. John’s 1 0 @Yale 5 1 @Brown 2 7 @Brown 1 7 City Coll. of N.Y. 1 0 Villanova 3 6 @Columbia 2 2 @Princeton (13) 1 0 @Princeton 1 2 New York Univ. 1 0 @Cornell 4 4 @Cornell 2 2 Seton Hall 3 2 Navy 1 4 Pennsylvania 1 2 Pennsylvania 5 4 Dartmouth 7 3 Harvard (6) 4 1 Harvard 6 8 Manhattan 11 1 Southern Conn. 2 8 Merchant Marine 2 3 Navy 4

1974 (11-10)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: C.B. McNutt 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 7 2 Rutgers 1 9 Colgate 5 22 City Coll. of N.Y. 0 3 Columbia 6 5 Columbia 0 1 Pennsylvania 6 7 New York Univ. 2 4 @Harvard 3 1 @Dartmouth 6 1 @Dartmouth 0 2 Seton Hall 12 3 @Navy 6 0 @Navy 4 2 @Princeton 7 7 Yale 5 5 Yale 4 6 Cornell 7 3 Manhattan 1 4 Southern Conn. 6 13 Merchant Marine 0 9 @Navy 10

1975 (9-15)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: B.L. Clark 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 5 6 Seton Hall 10 3 St. John’s 12 1 Cornell 5 3 Cornell 4 12 City Coll. of N.Y. 1 15 @Columbia 5 6 @Pennsylvania 14 5 @Pennsylvania 6 0 Villanova 3 3 Dartmouth 4 3 Harvard 2 4 Harvard 11 4 Fordham 5 2 Navy 8 6 Princeton 5 2 Princeton 0 2 @Brown 4 4 @Brown 5 0 @Yale 1 0 Rutgers 2 2 Manhattan 1 7 Southern Conn. 5 9 John Jay 7 4 Navy 1

1976 (14-11)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: M.R. Sloan 0 N.Y. Yankees (Ex.) 2 1 City Coll. of N.Y. 10 1 Wagner 3 5 St. John’s 14 10 Merchant Marine 2 8 RPI 4 7 Columbia 4 2 Pennsylvania (9) 3 2 Pennsylvania 3 4 Villanova 2 8 Yale 4 3 Brown 2 7 Brown 4 3 Manhattan 1 4 @Navy 11 0 @Princeton 1 5 @Princeton 8 12 @Rutgers 13 2 Cornell 1 5 Cornell 3 3 @Fordham 12 9 @Dartmouth 7 8 @Harvard (13) 7 4 @Harvard 3 13 John Jay 0 1 @Navy 13

1977 (6-19)

Coach: Eric Tipton Captain: W.C. Chellman 5 Wagner 0 Seton Hall 3 @RPI 3 Rutgers 2 @Pennsylvania 2 @Columbia 3 @Columbia 5 Villanova 9 @Brown 6 @Yale 2 @Yale 0 Manhattan 0 @Cornell 4 @Cornell 0 Navy 8 Navy 4 Fordham 3 Harvard 0 Dartmouth 4 Dartmouth 2 St. John’s 3 @Lafayette 3 Merchant Marine 1 John Jay 1 Navy

2 12 5 7 14 4 10 7 10 0 0 9 9 5 7 16 19 10 3 3 8 8 2 0 11

1978 (10-17)

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captain: P.G. Landry 4 Wagner 6 SUNY-Potsdam 3 Seton Hall 3 Seton Hall 3 York 4 @Rutgers 3 Pennsylvania 6 Columbia 8 Columbia 4 Villanova 5 Brown 4 Yale 8 Yale 1 @St. John’s 3 Manhattan 13 Cornell 3 Cornell 5 Fordham 1 Adelphi 1 @Navy 2 @Navy 4 Long Island 2 @Princeton 5 @Harvard 2 @Dartmouth 4 @Dartmouth 0 @Navy

1979 (19-16)

0 2 4 5 2 9 22 5 9 3 3 1 3 6 4 5 14 16 15 5 3 6 7 14 4 3 16

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captain: P.H. Taylor 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 19 6 Oral Roberts* 5 0 Seattle* 4 9 @Cal.-Riverside* 13 9 Brigham Young* 12 4 Oregon* (12) 3 6 Maine* 2 14 Indiana* 10 6 St. Francis (N.Y.) 15 5 Iona 4 3 @Seton Hall 4 8 St. Peter’s 0 2 Manhattan 8 8 Rutgers 6 3 @Columbia 5 10 Wagner 3 4 Villanova 9 11 @Yale 9 4 @Brown 2 8 @Brown 5 9 @Pennsylvania 4 17 @Pennsylvania 4 7 John Jay 0

2 @Cornell 6 0 @Cornell 8 5 St. John’s 2 4 @Fordham (10) 5 0 Navy 22 4 Princeton 3 5 Princeton 4 7 @Lafayette 15 7 Pace 8 8 Dartmouth 5 0 Harvard 7 2 Harvard 6 13 Bucknell 7 *Cal.-Riverside Tournament

1980 (15-20)

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captain: R.D. Schiefer 8 @Louisiana State 11 3 @McNeese State 6 3 @McNeese State 11 8 @SW Louisiana 10 2 @SW Louisiana 3 5 @Tulane 10 8 Hofstra 5 3 Connecticut 2 11 Fairleigh Dickinson 4 10 Pace 4 10 Manhattan 1 5 @Rutgers 2 4 Columbia 7 4 Pennsylvania 0 5 Pennsylvania 2 5 Villanova 10 6 @St. John’s 25 5 St. Peter’s 7 2 Yale 3 5 Brown 4 10 Brown 13 3 Seton Hall 11 8 Iona 7 8 John Jay 3 0 Cornell 2 0 Cornell 2 5 Fordham 8 4 @Navy 2 6 @Princeton 4 2 @Princeton 6 9 Wagner 11 9 Lafayette 11 13 Dartmouth 12 6 @Harvard 4 5 @Harvard 10

1981 (21-20)

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captains: P.J. Divis, J.D. Bagwell 5 Delaware 6 6 Stetson 5 2 Louisville 5 4 Stetson 13 8 Louisville 11 4 Delaware 10 2 Delaware 17 3 Louisville 2 2 St. Peter’s (10) 1 1 New York Tech 3 12 Long Island 0 5 Long Island 9 5 Fairleigh Dickinson 4 17 St. Francis (N.Y.) 6 3 @Seton Hall 10 7 @Seton Hall 3 5 @Connecticut 3 9 @Connecticut 13 14 Manhattan 1 8 @Pennsylvania 2 3 @Columbia 9 3 @Columbia 2 4 @Iona 11 12 @Brown 9 10 @Yale 6 0 @Yale 12 6 @Fordham 8

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 (1981 - CONTINUED) 12 John Jay 7 @Siena 1 @Cornell 1 @Cornell 14 Villanova 8 Wagner 4 Princeton 4 Navy 3 Navy 14 Fairfield 21 Merchant Marine 9 Harvard 7 Dartmouth 2 Dartmouth

1982 (19-19)

13 4 4 5 11 10 1 2 7 4 12 3 4 5

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captains: K.F. DeHart, T.J. Morris 14 Pittsburgh* 13 5 Eastern Kentucky* 7 1 @Rollins* 17 14 Pittsburgh* 8 7 Eastern Kentucky* 11 6 @Rollins* 9 10 Fairleigh Dickinson 2 4 St. Peter’s 3 5 @Long Island 17 10 St. Francis (N.Y.) 11 4 @New York Tech 11 4 St. John’s 7 4 Columbia 1 9 Columbia 7 12 @Iona (5) 11 9 Niagara 5 3 Siena 2 4 Cornell 12 1 Cornell 5 29 @Fordham 13 5 Pennsylvania 10 4 Pennsylvania 5 14 Manhattan 5 19 Brown 6 9 Brown 7 1 Yale 10 5 Yale 2 6 Wagner 14 2 Princeton 6 5 Princeton (13) 6 7 @Navy 6 17 @Navy 5 8 @Fairfield 7 9 Utica 6 3 @Harvard 2 0 @Harvard 1 1 @Dartmouth 11 0 @Dartmouth (8) 1 *Rollins Invitational

1983 (12-25-1)

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captain: Kevin Batule 1 Detroit Tigers (Ex.) 11 15 Georgetown 2 4 @Tampa (10) 4 8 @South Florida 1 4 @Eckerd 6 1 Air Force 10 6 SUNY-Cortland 5 9 Brooklyn (6) 8 6 Long Island 12 6 Long Island 2 6 New York Tech 9 3 Wagner 6 6 @St. Peter’s 11 14 John Jay 3 4 John Jay 2 13 Manhattan 3 1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 5 3 @Columbia 0 1 @Columbia 2 5 @Siena 7 6 @Seton Hall 13 8 @Yale 4 5 @Yale 10 4 @Brown 9 0 @Brown 13 4 @Connecticut 5 4 Iona 5 5 Fordham 13 2 Navy 6 0 Navy 12 5 Princeton 10 2 Princeton 6 6 Fairfield 5 1 @Pennsylvania 2 3 @Pennsylvania 11 5 Dartmouth 10 10 Dartmouth 3 4 Harvard 7 3 Harvard 5

1984 (10-27)

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captain: A.L. Hartman 0 N.Y. Mets (Ex.) 6 4 @San Diego 7 3 @San Diego 9 4 @U.S. International 11 6 @San Diego State 15 2 @Pt. Loma-Nazarene 7 10 @Calif.-San Diego 17 5 New York Tech 11 6 John Jay 5 1 John Jay 5 8 SUNY-Cortland 2

13 6 1 5 3 1 3 7 4 13 10 9 6 5 5 5 4 4 3 7 3 3 6 6 3 6 3

@Iona St. John’s St. Francis (N.Y.) Buffalo Columbia Columbia Pennsylvania Pennsylvania St. Peter’s Fordham Brooklyn Siena Brown Brown Yale Yale Cornell Cornell @Navy @Navy @Princeton @Princeton @Fairfield @Dartmouth @Dartmouth @Harvard @Harvard

1985 (17-21-1)

Coach: Bill Permakoff Captain: M.T. Brown 5 Creighton 2 Creighton 10 Southern Illinois 5 @Florida Atlantic 19 @Barry 2 @St. Thomas 11 Wesleyan 10 John Jay 4 John Jay 10 @St. John’s 20 SUNY-New Paltz 13 SUNY-New Paltz 7 Manhattan 10 New York Tech 5 King’s 7 King’s 8 @Siena 4 @Cornell 5 @Cornell 8 Fordham 8 @Pennsylvania 13 @Pennsylvania 3 Columbia 3 Columbia 6 William Paterson 10 @Yale 3 @Yale 2 @Brown 2 @Brown 12 Brooklyn 6 Iona 4 Princeton 9 Princeton 4 Navy 3 Navy 3 Dartmouth 2 Dartmouth 0 Harvard 1 Harvard

1986 (23-13-1)

DAVE CESARI 2010 ARMY BASEBALL

11 12 11 3 12 14 8 14 3 5 3 2 8 14 9 2 8 10 13 8 5 1 12 7 9 11 13

THE 1989 ARMY TEAM 1 9 12 9 7 7 9 2 3 12 1 4 3 16 0 5 10 5 0 1 3 3 4 1 6 6 5 3 4 5 7 12 11 7 5 6 5 5 13

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: L.L. Tubbs 0 Houston Astros (Ex.) 9 16 @Barry 2 2 @Fla. International 8 8 Georgetown 5 13 Maine 7 9 Maine 7 4 @Fla. International 10 4 Georgetown 3 3 John Jay 1 7 John Jay 1 8 @Iona 0 8 C.W. Post 0 8 Pennsylvania 2

3 2 8 12 12 1 9 1 3 8 4 8 1 4 12 0 4 17 1 3 3 1 8 7 6

Pennsylvania 2 Navy 1 Navy 5 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2 William Paterson 6 @Princeton 0 @Princeton 6 @Cornell 3 @Cornell 4 Pace 21 St. John’s 4 Columbia 7 Columbia 2 @Yale 10 @Yale 2 @Brown 1 @Brown 5 Siena 9 Harvard 2 Harvard 4 Dartmouth 2 Dartmouth 8 @Fordham (11) 5 Brooklyn 6 @New York Tech 17

1987 (22-20)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: E.S. Everton 5 Liberty 3 1 West Chester 3 7 @Fla. International 1 5 West Chester 3 2 Liberty 5 3 Maine (10) 5 8 @Fla. International 0 0 LaSalle 3 7 @Barry 4 4 John Jay 12 2 Monmouth 5 17 Monmouth 5 14 Iona 5 3 @Pennsylvania 2 5 @Pennsylvania 2 1 Navy 6 3 Navy 6 5 William Paterson 11 4 Princeton 2 1 Princeton (8) 0 1 @St. John’s 7 4 @Siena 7 2 @Columbia 0 2 @Columbia 4 7 @Pace 10 6 C.W. Post 9

10 4 7 3 10 15 0 2 2 2 6 14 27 4 4 0

Brown 0 Brown 2 Yale 4 Yale 2 Long Island 4 King’s 1 @Harvard 3 @Harvard 4 @Dartmouth 8 @Dartmouth 3 Fordham 8 Brooklyn 1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 5 New York Tech 3 Cornell (8) 3 Cornell 2

1988 (15-22-1)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: C. LeMay 17 Georgetown 9 4 @Fla. International 5 5 LaSalle 17 15 Georgetown 7 0 @Fla. International 5 6 LaSalle 8 5 Southern Illinois 12 15 @Barry 12 5 John Jay 1 4 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2 5 St. John’s 5 1 Navy 2 0 Navy 2 2 Pennsylvania 1 1 Pennsylvania 3 4 William Paterson 6 4 @Cornell 1 5 @Cornell 3 1 @Princeton 4 3 @Princeton 2 11 Pace 6 2 @C.W. Post 8 2 Columbia 9 3 Columbia 6 2 @Long Island 3 3 Siena 15 7 @Brown 2 3 @Brown 5 0 @Yale 11 9 @Yale 4 3 Brooklyn 2 7 @Fordham 6 3 Dartmouth (11) 5 2 Dartmouth 3 7 Harvard 4 3 Harvard 5

5 Monmouth 0 @New York Tech

13 18

1989 (22-18)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: R.S. Kimbrough 13 James Madison 6 6 @Fla. International 5 14 Georgetown 7 0 @Fla. International 8 0 James Madison 2 8 Georgetown 9 3 @Barry 4 5 King’s 0 9 King’s 0 5 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 6 John Jay 2 3 Monmouth 1 6 Monmouth 10 1 @St. John’s (11) 2 7 Navy 4 2 Navy 5 7 @Pennsylvania 9 0 @Pennsylvania 4 4 Iona 5 10 Cornell 2 2 Cornell 6 3 Princeton 4 7 Princeton 2 8 Pace 4 3 @Siena 2 4 @Columbia 3 4 @Columbia 3 9 Long Island 7 10 St. Francis (N.Y.) 11 9 Brown 12 9 Brown 2 9 Yale 1 3 Yale (8) 2 4 Brooklyn 5 13 Fordham 2 4 @Dartmouth 7 3 @Dartmouth (10) 4 7 @Harvard 4 6 @Harvard 0 4 New York Tech 5

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 1 @Fordham 3 14 Drexel 11 5 Bucknell 1 3 Bucknell 1 15 @Colgate 2 8 @Colgate 0 2 New York Tech 0 $Service Acad. Classic

1994 (25-17)

RICH BANEZ 1990 (23-17-1)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: B.S. Smith 15 Louisville 10 3 Vanderbilt 7 4 @Armstrong State 5 4 @St. Leo 7 5 Western Michigan 9 0 @South Florida 3 11 @Embry-Riddle 1 16 @Embry-Riddle 5 3 @South Florida 5 8 @Wheaton 5 12 @Fair. Dickinson 2 3 College of St. Rose 4 9 College of St. Rose 5 3 William Paterson 2 3 @Long Island 4 10 Navy 3 8 Navy 0 2 Pennsylvania 4 2 Pennsylvania 3 4 Iona 5 6 @Cornell 3 7 @Cornell 2 7 @Princeton 3 0 @Princeton 1 3 Pace 5 11 Siena 4 2 Columbia 1 8 Columbia 0 2 Monmouth 1 2 Monmouth 1 8 St. John’s 6 7 @Yale 2 5 @Yale 3 7 @Brown 9 7 @Brown 6 4 Brooklyn 3 0 Harvard 1 2 Harvard 5 11 Dartmouth 2 1 Dartmouth 9 5 @N.Y. Tech (13) 5

1991 (21-13-1)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: M.J. Tripp 6 Air Force 9 4 Air Force 5 15 @Rhodes 4 9 Providence 11 4 @Fla. Atlantic 1 3 @Fla. Atlantic 22 6 Rutgers (10) 5

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7 4 2 5 7 3 4 6 3 6 9 2 5 4 4 3 10 2 1 2 2 2 5 2 2 3 12 8

@Barry 6 Ohio State 10 William Paterson 4 Long Island 0 @Seton Hall 3 Iona 4 Navy 1 Navy (9) 5 Pennsylvania 1 Pennsylvania 11 Pace 8 @Harvard 1 @Harvard 4 @Dartmouth 1 @Dartmouth (10) 5 @St. John’s 3 St. Francis (N.Y.) 6 @Yale 1 @Yale 5 @Columbia 1 Princeton 4 Princeton 1 Cornell 2 Cornell 3 @Columbia 3 @Brown 1 @Brown 8 C.W. Post 4

1992 (13-26)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: D.T. Borowicz 5 Air Force$ 2 1 Notre Dame$ 2 2 Navy$ 3 2 Memphis State$ 6 5 Rutgers 7 2 Rutgers 3 4 @Fla. Atlantic 5 5 @Fla. Atlantic 6 1 @Nova 11 8 @St. Thomas 6 6 @Barry 7 10 Mercy 3 2 C.W. Post 3 2 C.W. Post 5 5 C.W. Post 6 6 @Navy 2 9 @Navy 7 1 @Pennsylvania 4 7 @Pennsylvania 0 3 Pace 1 10 Seton Hall 2 4 Harvard 18

6 Harvard 11 3 Dartmouth (8) 2 8 Dartmouth 2 3 St. John’s 11 0 Yale 1 0 Yale 6 1 Columbia 2 6 Columbia 5 5 @Pace 6 5 @Princeton 6 1 @Princeton 3 4 @Cornell (8) 5 7 @Cornell 13 11 @Fordham 3 7 Monmouth 12 2 Brown 1 5 Brown 7 $Service Acad. Classic

1993 (17-22)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captains: D.J. Bohrer, L.P. Boyce, S.C. Reich 8 Air Force$ 6 5 Navy$ 7 0 @Memphis State$ 2 1 Minnesota$ (12) 2 8 @Air Force 5 4 @Air Force 10 2 @Air Force 12 9 @Air Force 10 8 @Chapman 16 8 @Long Beach State 6 1 @Chapman 4 7 William Paterson (8) 9 7 C.W. Post (6) 9 1 Fordham 3 1 Fordham 4 2 Holy Cross 0 11 Holy Cross 6 7 Pace 2 0 @Seton Hall 4 8 Colgate 6 6 Colgate 9 10 Navy 5 2 Navy 1 15 @St. John’s 18 4 St. Francis (N.Y.) 5 5 @Lafayette 6 2 @Lafayette 3 12 @Lehigh 5 1 @Lehigh 2 1 @Holy Cross 0 5 @Holy Cross 6 1 @Fordham 2

Coach: Dan Roberts Captains: S.C. Carney, M.A. Plaia 4 Navy$ (7) 3 1 Air Force$ (8) 6 5 @Memphis$ (7) 12 2 Navy$ (7) 3 4 Rowan 11 12 Columbia 9 6 @Fla. Atlantic 16 6 @Fla. Atlantic 2 5 @Barry 8 4 Detroit 15 4 Providence 5 4 Wesleyan 9 11 William Paterson (8) 12 8 Colgate 0 3 Colgate 0 1 @Navy 6 10 @Navy 4 8 Seton Hall (7) 7 3 C.W. Post 11 1 @Fordham 4 8 @Fordham 7 12 @Holy Cross 9 8 @Holy Cross 6 5 St. Francis (N.Y.) 4 4 Lafayette 0 5 Lafayette 2 5 Lehigh 0 8 Lehigh 7 3 Fairfield 5 9 Marist 5 3 Holy Cross 0 4 Holy Cross (9) 3 4 Fordham (8) 5 12 Fordham 5 6 Monmouth 5 10 @Bucknell 4 7 @Bucknell 1 13 @Colgate 0 7 @Colgate 2 9 Fordham 2 4 Navy* 8 6 Navy* 7 $Service Acad. Classic *Patriot League Tournament

1995 (22-23)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captains: A.L. O’Neal, M.J. Trotter 6 Air Force$ 1 6 Kentucky$ 8 4 Navy$ 5 1 @Memphis$ 6 3 LeMoyne 2 4 LeMoyne 1 7 Air Force 19 1 Air Force 4 2 Air Force 3 1 @South Florida 13 7 @South Florida 5 11 @Lafayette 8 14 @Lafayette 4 9 @Lafayette (8) 10 11 @Lafayette 3 1 Pace 2 2 William Paterson 12 11 Holy Cross 1 5 Holy Cross 1 12 Holy Cross 1 4 Holy Cross 2 0 @Seton Hall 1 2 @Bucknell 6 5 @Bucknell 3

5 @Bucknell 9 7 @Bucknell 3 1 @St. John’s 6 5 St. Francis (N.Y.) 6 3 Fairfield 4 5 @Marist 3 0 @Lehigh 2 4 @Lehigh 3 4 @Lehigh 0 9 @Lehigh 5 13 Monmouth 2 18 St. Peter’s 1 9 Fordham 1 2 Fordham 5 5 Fordham 8 10 Fordham 5 6 Wagner 9 4 Navy (8) 7 12 Navy 7 7 Navy 8 3 Navy 23 $Service Acad. Classic

1996 (20-21)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: W.E. Mullee 3 Air Force$ 4 3 Notre Dame$ 12 8 Navy$ 6 0 Memphis$ 13 8 @Saint Leo 10 7 @Fla. Southern 13 8 @Eckerd 18 2 @South Florida 20 7 @South Florida 19 7 @Fla. Southern 6 8 Rhode Island 3 11 @Pace 3 6 Lafayette 1 5 Lafayette 1 3 Lafayette 0 4 Lafayette 2 16 Seton Hall (8) 11 3 @Columbia 13 4 Bucknell 1 6 Bucknell 5 6 Bucknell 10 7 Bucknell (9) 8 13 St. Francis (N.Y.) 12 1 @Holy Cross 4 9 @Holy Cross 1 13 @Holy Cross 9 0 @Holy Cross 1 13 Fairfield 6 11 Marist 3 4 @Navy 13 6 @Navy 7 3 @Navy 4 12 @Navy 8 11 St. Peter’s 2 5 Monmouth 7 4 Lehigh 5 3 Lehigh 6 1 Lehigh 5 4 Lehigh 7 9 N.Y. Tech 3 9 Fairleigh Dickinson 5 $Service Acad. Classic

1997 (26-20-1)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captains: P.S. Saxman, D.G. Young 0 Notre Dame$ 8 5 Air Force$ 6 9 @Tampa 15 3 @Tampa 8 9 @St. Leo 1 8 @South Florida 13 2 @South Florida 12 4 @Fla. Southern 5 3 Wagner (8) 3 12 Pace (8) 6 7 @Lafayette 4 11 @Lafayette 2 20 @Lafayette 7 4 @Lafayette 5

8 Columbia 7 2 @Bucknell 4 1 @Bucknell 6 5 @Bucknell 1 15 @Bucknell 9 12 @Marist 15 4 Temple 2 8 St. Francis (N.Y.) 9 15 Holy Cross (6) 5 16 Holy Cross 9 7 Holy Cross 6 6 Holy Cross 5 22 C.W. Post 12 3 Navy 1 1 Navy 7 9 Navy 8 9 Navy 2 13 St. Peter’s 11 7 William Paterson 5 9 @Lehigh 0 9 @Lehigh 4 5 @Lehigh 9 25 @Lehigh 8 20 @New York Tech 13 11 Fair. Dickinson (7) 15 16 Bucknell* 14 5 Bucknell* 6 11 Bucknell* 10 7 @Rutgers 16 0 @Rutgers 9 1 @Harvard# 12 6 @Harvard# 5 1 @Harvard# 4 $Service Acad. Classic *Patriot League Tournament #NCAA Play-In Series

1998 (16-29)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captains: B.C. Price, M.S. Scioletti 3 Mississippi$ 14 4 Air Force$ 3 0 Navy$ 2 4 Memphis$ 15 2 Winthrop 5 1 The Citadel 10 4 Troy State (5) 10 3 @Tampa 8 5 @St. Leo 11 13 Louisville 14 2 @St. Leo 10 1 @South Florida 13 5 @Florida Southern 1 3 Wagner 4 7 @Pace 5 0 Bucknell 5 7 Bucknell 5 6 Bucknell 2 5 Bucknell 4 2 William Paterson 3 2 @Holy Cross 0 3 @Holy Cross 6 3 @Holy Cross 2 1 @Holy Cross 3 0 St. Francis (N.Y.) 9 5 Marist 14 7 @Navy 19 3 @Navy 16 2 @Navy 7 8 @Navy (8) 9 3 @C.W. Post 16 2 St. John’s 8 8 Lehigh 5 11 Lehigh 3 8 Lehigh 7 2 Lehigh 1 2 Fairleigh Dickinson 7 16 Pennsylvania 7 5 Lafayette 10 5 Lafayette 1 4 Lafayette 1 7 Lafayette 6 5 Temple 17 4 New York Tech 6 1 Bucknell* 9 $Service Acad. Classic *Patriot League Tournament

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TRAVIS SMITH 1999 (15-28)

Coach: Dan Roberts Captain: B.E. Supko 3 Air Force$ 10 3 Memphis$ 6 4 Navy$ 7 13 West Virginia$ (8) 14 1 @James Madison 4 4 @James Madison 21 4 @James Madison 14 0 @St. Leo 5 8 @Florida Southern 3 4 @Tampa 5 6 @Florida 10 15 Merrimack 3 3 UMass-Lowell 4 0 Wagner 4 5 Pace 4 4 William Paterson 5 4 Columbia 1 3 @Bucknell 2 12 @Bucknell 9 0 @Bucknell 6 5 @Bucknell 7 10 @Marist 15 5 Holy Cross 8 5 Holy Cross 6 2 Holy Cross 8 3 Holy Cross 5 16 C.W. Post 14 12 St. Francis (N.Y.) 7 0 Navy 3 2 Navy (8) 6 9 Navy 5 1 Navy 10 1 Fairleigh Dickinson 5 2 Temple 12 4 @Lehigh 2 3 @Lehigh 0 8 @Lehigh 1 1 @Lehigh 3 7 @New York Tech 9 25 @Lafayette 3 7 @Lafayette 1 3 @Lafayette 8 8 @Lafayette (12) 5 $Service Acad. Classic

2000 (24-20-1)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: T.C. Mattox, S.M. Salmon 1 Air Force$ 14 5 Memphis$ 4 0 Navy$ 9 2 @James Madison 25 0 @James Madison 5 2 @James Madison (9) 3 6 @James Madison 16 8 Pennsylvania 7 9 UMass-Lowell (10) 8 4 @Tampa 18 5 @Florida Southern 4 7 @South Florida 14 5 @Eckerd 1 5 Cornell 3 7 William Paterson 6 3 @Holy Cross (12) 4 3 @Holy Cross 3 7 @Holy Cross 4 3 @Holy Cross 9 9 Fairfield 5 4 Marist 7 6 @Navy 5 1 @Navy 4 11 @Navy 6 3 @Navy (8) 4 11 St. Francis (N.Y.) 3 1 Lehigh 0 5 Lehigh 3 4 Lehigh 3 6 Lehigh 11 8 Temple 7 5 Lafayette 3 4 Lafayette (8) 5 5 Stony Brook (9) 7 8 Manhattan 6 1 Bucknell 19 10 Bucknell 8 8 Bucknell (9) 7 10 Bucknell (9) 15 13 @Holy Cross 2 5 Bucknell* 4 13 @Navy* 4 8 @Navy* (10) 7 3 @Rutgers** 4 1 Penn State** 3 $Service Acad. Classic *Patriot League Tournament **NCAA Regional

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2001 (17-27-1)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: B. Adams, G.J. Gengler 0 Air Force$ 5 4 Navy$ 7 7 Memphis$ 11 10 Navy$ 12 8 @UMBC (8) 10 4 @UMBC 2 2 @Towson 13 0 @Towson 8 7 UMass-Lowell (10) 6 5 @South Florida 2 3 @Florida Southern 12 7 @Tampa 15 14 Merrimack 5 1 Vermont 9 4 Binghamton (8) 4 12 Holy Cross 4 9 Holy Cross 6 3 Holy Cross 4 0 Holy Cross 4 8 Albany 5 6 @Marist 0 14 Navy 8 3 Navy 2 2 Navy 6 1 Navy 3 7 C.W. Post 8 9 St. Francis 10 8 @Lehigh 9 5 @Lehigh (8) 2 4 @Lehigh 1 1 @Lehigh 2 9 Manhattan 12 9 Pace 12 6 @Lafayette 2 8 @Lafayette 12 7 @Lafayette 12 13 @Lafayette 9 14 Monmouth (8) 17 6 Stony Brook 13 12 @Bucknell 1 1 @Bucknell 4 13 @Bucknell 0 4 @Bucknell 5 11 @New York Tech 20 12 Fordham 7 $Service Acad. Classic

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: B.L. Elliott, J.H. Minney 2 @VMI 5 2 @VMI 4 6 Hofstra 5 11 Hofstra 6 1 Hofstra 2 9 Hofstra 0 1 @Marist 3 8 Sacred Heart 2 5 Sacred Heart (11) 4 4 Wright State 7 3 Vermont 14 4 South Florida 19 1 Florida 17 2 @Navy (8) 3 2 @Navy 3 11 @Navy 12 10 @Navy 3 1 Lehigh 3 5 Lehigh 1 0 Lehigh 8 4 Lehigh 1 3 @C.W. Post 7 1 Marist 10 5 Lafayette 6 3 Lafayette 6 5 Lafayette 9 2 Lafayette 14 12 Manhattan 4 1 Brown 8 7 Bucknell 3 5 Bucknell 2 4 Bucknell (10) 3 11 Bucknell 2 6 St. Francis (N.Y.) 0 6 @Holy Cross 1 4 @Holy Cross 0 2 @Holy Cross 0 6 @Holy Cross 0 7 New York Tech 8 2 Pace 0 4 Pace (10) 3 3 @Pace 2 9 Albany 2

7 3 3 11 2 12

Temple Monmouth New York Tech New York Tech @New York Tech Siena

2004 (37-15)

23 6 5 4 12 11

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captain: J.W. Bumgardner 6 @UT-San Antonio (11) 7 0 @UT-San Antonio 4 6 @UT-San Antonio 3 7 @UMBC 1 6 @UMBC 0 7 @UMBC 6 3 @Villanova 4 2 @LaSalle 3 7 @LaSalle 9 12 Columbia 4 6 Fairleigh Dickinson 0 1 Miami (Ohio) 8 9 @Florida 5 6 Columbia (10) 7 3 Wright State 15 6 Iowa 2 2 Sacred Heart 0 14 St. Francis (N.Y.) (7) 5 3 Lehigh 10 9 Lehigh 8 6 Lehigh 3 6 Lehigh 3 4 New York Tech (8) 3 10 Lafayette 0 2 Lafayette (11) 1 1 Lafayette 0 13 Lafayette (7) 7

15 Marist 14 6 Bucknell 4 6 Bucknell 3 12 Bucknell 4 8 Bucknell 4 8 Manhattan 1 17 Pace 13 6 @Holy Cross 1 2 @Holy Cross 3 6 @Holy Cross 2 7 @Holy Cross 0 16 Hofstra 5 10 @Navy 2 3 @Navy 4 15 @Navy 2 5 @Navy (11) 4 18 @Sacred Heart 6 9 @Columbia 0 7 @Columbia 8 3 Columbia 4 4 Columbia 1 3 Lafayette* 1 16 Lafayette* 2 0 @LSU** 9 1 Coll. of Charleston** 2 *Patriot League Tournament **NCAA Regional

2003 (17-25-1)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captain: J.M. Holden 2 Niagara (8) 5 6 Niagara (6) 5 2 Niagara 5 4 @Hofstra (7) 6 3 @South Florida 4 0 @Florida 16 2 Indiana 5 2 Northeastern 9 0 Northwestern 3 8 @Sacred Heart 3 3 Fairfield 3 0 Navy 2 1 Navy 5 6 Navy 5 5 Navy 8 5 Quinnipiac 0 0 @Lehigh 2 3 @Lehigh 5 3 @Lehigh 1 3 @Lehigh 4 5 @Marist 15 5 @Lafayette (9) 4 0 @Lafayette 7 7 @Lafayette 6 4 @Lafayette 3 11 Manhattan 9 9 Pace 0 1 @Bucknell 2 5 @Bucknell 1 0 @Bucknell 9 7 @Bucknell 6 7 St. Peter’s 2 13 St. Francis (N.Y.) 18 1 Holy Cross 5 8 Holy Cross 7 2 Holy Cross 7 5 Holy Cross (15) 4

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 9 @Lehigh 5 2 @Lehigh (8) 1 7 @Lehigh 3 6 Marist# 7 5 Holy Cross 3 2 Longwood 1 10 Longwood 16 3 Longwood (10) 2 5 New York Tech (10) 4 5 Navy* 3 3 @Lafayette* 8 3 @Lafayette* 7 #Hudson Valley Classic *Patriot League Tournament

2008 (25-25)

CHRIS SIMMONS 2005 (39-14)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: N.M. Stone, S.C. Williamson 4 @Coll. of Charleston 8 9 @Coll. of Charleston 13 2 @Coll. of Charleston 9 3 @Duke 13 8 @Duke 6 2 @Duke 3 13 Columbia 0 12 Columbia 2 6 Columbia 0 5 @South Florida 4 9 Fairleigh Dickinson 0 3 Massachusetts 0 4 Sacred Heart 2 1 @St. Francis (N.Y.) 0 10 @St. Francis (N.Y.) 0 21 New York Tech 1 2 Quinnipiac 4 1 @Lehigh 2 7 @Lehigh (10) 2 7 @Lehigh 2 1 @Lehigh 5 4 Temple 3 5 @Lafayette 3 8 @Lafayette 3 10 @Lafayette 5 10 @Lafayette 8 7 Manhattan 15 6 @Bucknell 1 4 @Bucknell 2 0 @Bucknell 7 9 @Bucknell 2 6 Connectciut 5 3 Holy Cross 1 7 Holy Cross 1 8 Holy Cross 1 12 Holy Cross 6 4 Fairfield 1 3 Navy 0 6 Navy 1 11 Navy 5 3 Navy 2 7 @Siena 3 15 Savannah State 2 5 Savannah State 3 8 Savannah State 4 3 Stony Brook 5 6 Lehigh* 2 10 Lehigh* 1 9 Rhode Island 5

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4 Rhode Island 10 2 @Florida State** 3 8 South Alabama** 5 3 Auburn** 12 *Patriot League Tournament **NCAA Regional

2006 (30-20-1)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: D.J. Pluff, M.C.P. Jones 0 Kentucky$ 9 2 Kentucky$ 9 4 @UT-San Antonio$ 5 5 @Davidson 4 8 Appalachian St. 11 2 Appalachian St. 4 4 @UMBC 10 2 @UMBC 5 3 @UMBC 2 14 Columbia 3 1 Columbia 0 8 Columbia 0 2 @South Florida 8 3 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 10 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 6 Massachusetts 5 3 Sacred Heart 4 14 Wagner 0 14 Wagner 1 4 @Wagner (10) 3 6 Quinnipiac (10) 6 5 Lafayette 16 2 Lafayette 11 3 Lafayette 2 4 Lafayette 5 10 Marist 3 0 Bucknell 4 2 Bucknell 9 0 Bucknell 1 1 Bucknell 6 9 Iona 1 7 Manhattan 1 2 @Holy Cross 1 5 @Holy Cross 1 8 @Holy Cross 1 8 @Holy Cross 7 6 Marist# 1 4 @Navy 0 0 @Navy 2 4 @Navy 1 6 @Navy 1 7 St. Francis (N.Y.) 5

8 Lehigh 1 5 Lehigh 6 1 Lehigh 3 5 Lehigh 3 8 St. Peter’s 0 9 New York Tech 4 4 @New York Tech 3 4 New York Tech 15 5 Stony Brook (10) 4 $UTSA Classic #Hudson Valley Classic

2007 (25-23-1)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: M.J. Dinga, T.M. Halverson 5 @Sam Houston St. 2 3 @Sam Houston St. 16 3 @Sam Houston St. 6 3 @Wofford (10) 6 2 @Wofford 5 4 @Wofford 3 1 @UNC Greensboro 2 5 @UNC Greensboro 13 9 @UNC Greensboro 1 7 Georgetown 6 4 E. Kentucky (12) 3 4 @Central Florida 12 3 @Florida 5 10 Northwestern 3 0 Cornell 2 3 Cornell (10) 2 16 Cornell 5 5 Quinnipiac (11) 5 2 @Lafayette 3 2 @Lafayette 5 4 @Lafayette 5 3 @Lafayette 5 3 @Bucknell 0 3 @Bucknell (10) 4 4 @Bucknell 3 4 @Bucknell 5 9 Iona 2 4 Manhattan 9 3 Holy Cross 0 9 Holy Cross (10) 8 5 @Marist (13) 6 4 Navy (8) 3 4 Navy 6 1 Navy (9) 0 11 Navy 3 2 NJIT 7 2 @Lehigh 1

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: C.K. Simmons, K.R. Stramara 1 La.-Lafayette$ 2 1 Oral Roberts$ 9 2 @UT-San Antonio$ 8 2 Texas Tech$ 16 4 @UMBC 3 4 @UMBC 8 23 @UMBC 0 5 @Liberty 11 7 @Liberty 13 7 @Liberty 15 2 @Seton Hall 13 0 Massachusetts (8) 1 1 Massachusetts 7 12 Massachusetts 11 14 Dartmouth 7 18 Dartmouth 19 12 C. Connecticut 1 2 Quinnipiac 5 5 Bucknell 10 9 Bucknell (13) 8 5 Bucknell 8 1 Bucknell 3 19 @Columbia 8 0 @Holy Cross 9 16 @Holy Cross 0 1 @Holy Cross 2 8 @Holy Cross 1 13 Iona 5

9 Manhattan 6 14 @Navy 3 2 @Navy (8) 1 10 @Navy 2 7 @Navy 4 1 Marist 7 1 Lehigh 4 13 Lehigh 4 5 Lehigh 0 6 Lehigh 0 4 Lafayette 1 7 Lafayette 0 3 Lafayette 5 3 Lafayette 1 2 Marist# 11 9 NJIT 0 13 NJIT 4 3 @New York Tech 4 4 Bucknell* (10) 5 12 Bucknell* 3 0 Bucknell* 1 27 Sacred Heart 12 $UTSA Classic #Hudson Valley Classic *Patriot League Tournament

2009 (36-21)

Coach: Joe Sottolano Captains: A.C. Ernesto, J.P. Polchinski 14 Ohio 5 4 @Davidson 11 4 Ohio 10 17 @USC-Upstate 10 2 @George Mason 8 1 @George Mason 7 6 @George Mason 8 2 Miami (Ohio) 3 12 Sacred Heart 11 3 Northern Iowa 0 8 @Central Florida 1 9 Illinois 8 1 Ohio State 3 4 Ohio State 8 16 Quinnipiac 3 2 Long Island 0 1 @Bucknell 2

2 @Bucknell 18 9 @Bucknell 2 5 @Bucknell (7) 7 18 Columbia 2 2 Holy Cross 11 4 Holy Cross 10 8 Holy Cross 1 5 Holy Cross 2 20 Iona 5 11 Manhattan 13 9 Navy 6 6 Navy 0 11 Navy 5 10 Navy 12 1 @Marist 3 6 @Lehigh 4 12 @Lehigh 0 5 @Lehigh 2 21 @Lehigh 8 5 Binghamton 2 12 @Lafayette 2 8 @Lafayette 14 12 @Lafayette 7 12 @Lafayette 10 10 Marist# 3 13 NJIT 4 16 NJIT 9 17 NJIT 0 4 New York Tech 2 5 Holy Cross* 1 3 Holy Cross* 5 11 Holy Cross* 0 6 Lafayette* 2 8 Lafayette* 1 8 Dartmouth 7 3 Dartmouth 11 1 @Texas** 3 7 Texas State** 4 4 Boston College** 3 10 @Texas** 14 #Hudson Valley Classic *Patriot League Tournament **NCAA Regional

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 ABBOTT ... ABELL ... ADAMS ...

Abbott, S. ...........................................................1902 Abell, B.E., 1995, 96, 97, 98............................1998 Adams, B., 1998, 99, 00, 01 ...........................2001 Ahern, J.P. .......................................................... 1941 Albright, O.S. ......................................................1905 Albright, W.E., 1953, 54 ...................................1954 Anderegg, T.A., 2006, 07, 08, 09.....................2009 Anderson, E.B., 1973 ........................................ 1975 Anderson, R.E. ..................................................1912 Anderson, R.P., 1959, 60 .................................1960 Anderson, W.N., 1978 ....................................... 1978 Andrew, A.M., 1982 ..........................................1982 Andrew, F.L., 1972, 73 ...................................... 1973 Apple, D.A., 1976............................................... 1976 Aquinas, M.J., 1950 ..........................................1952 Araneo, G.P., 1976 ............................................ 1976 Arch, S.D., 1990, 91 .........................................1991 Arnold, C.L., 1946 .............................................1946 Artigliere, W.M., 1990 .......................................1992 Atkinson, E.D., 1965, 66 ..................................1966 Atkinson, J.E. .................................................... 1941 Avey, R.E., 1977, 78, 79 ................................... 1979 Awbrey, L.D., 1996, 97, 98, 99 ........................1999

BAGWELL ... BAILEY ... BAIRD ...

Bagwell, J.D., 1979, 80, 81 ..............................1981 Bailey, V.P., 1950, 51, 52 .................................1952 Baird, W.J. .........................................................1926 Balch, D.G., 1992, 93, 94 ................................1994 Banez, R.P., 1990, 91, 92, 93..........................1993 Barlow, W.S. .......................................................1897 Barnett, J.D. ......................................................1925 Bartok, L.J., 1971, 72, 73 ................................. 1973 Batule, K.M., 1981, 82, 83 ..............................1983 Beasley, A.E. .....................................................1923 Beauchamp, C.E. ...............................................1930 Beavers, G.W. ....................................................1908 Bell, R.E..............................................................1927 Bennett, E., 1970 .............................................. 1970 Benson, J.W. ........................................January 1943 Berra, C. .............................................................1942 Beynon, J.L.........................................................1929 Bierer, E.S., 1948 ..............................................1948 Billo, J.J. .............................................................1920 Bingham, L.L......................................................1924 Birenbaum, J.W., 2002, 03 ..............................2005 Blackgrove, J.F., 1962, 63 ................................1963 Blaik, R.M., 1950, 51 ........................................1952 Blaik, E.H. ..........................................................1920 Bleck, H.W., 1975 ............................................. 1978 Bliss, A. ..............................................................1925 Bloomberg, G., 1987, 88 ..................................1989 Bodnar, S.A., 1998, 99, 00 ..............................2001 Bohrer, D.J., 1990, 91, 92, 93 .........................1993 Boice, W.M., 1961, 62, 63 ...............................1963 Bonesteel, C.H. ..................................................1908 Bonnett, C.R. .....................................................1924 Boretti, K.P., 1980, 81 ......................................1981 Boretti, J., 1965, 66, 67 ...................................1967 Borowicz, D.T., 1989, 90, 91, 92 .....................1992 Boyce, B.P., 2000, 01, 02 .................................2002 Boyce, L.P., 1990, 91, 92, 93...........................1993 Boyle, R.D., 1951, 52, 53 .................................1953 Boyle, M.J., 1961, 62 ........................................1963 Boytim, J.W., 2000 ............................................2002 Bradley, O.N. ......................................................1915 Bramble, S.S., 2002, 03...................................2005

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Brannon, L.T., 2004, 05 ...................................2007 Brehm, C.D., 2005 ............................................2008 Brentnall, S.R. ...................................................1928 Bricker, E.D. .......................................................1898 Bringham, R.A........................................August 1917 Brinkley, M.W., 1972, 73 .................................. 1973 Britton, W.H. ...................................................... 1916 Brower, S., 1987, 88, 89 ..................................1989 Brown, C., 2001 ................................................2004 Brown, M.T., 1984, 85 .....................................1985 Brown, L. ............................................................1901 Brown, T.T...........................................................1934 Brown, W.R., 1997, 98, 99, 00 ........................2000 Browning, W.W. ..................................................1928 Brudvig, J.C., 1979, 80, 81 ...............................1981 Brudzynski, R., 1981.........................................1981 Brueggemann, K.K., 2009............................. 2012 Bryan, J.W. ........................................................1925 Buckley, M.T. ......................................................1923 Bumgardner, J.W., 2001, 02, 03, 04 ...............2004 Burke, K.D., 2001 .............................................2004 Burke, W., 1987, 88 ..........................................1990 Burt, R.J. ............................................................1896 Butler, D.L., 1954, 55, 56 ................................1956 Butts, J.W. .......................................................... 1914 Byars, D.O. ......................................................... 1910

CAIRNS ... CANTRELL ... CAPKA ...

Cairns, J.T., 1946 ..............................................1946 Cantrell, G.L., 1967...........................................1969 Capka, J.G., 1942, 43, 44 ................................1944 Capozzi, A.D., 2006, 07, 08, 09.......................2009 Cappello, D.J., 2002, 03, 04, 05 .....................2005 Cardillo, R.G., 1953, 54, 55 .............................1955 Carll, T.J., 1962, 63, 64 ....................................1965 Carlson, J.E., 1952 ............................................1952 Carmichael, R.L. ................................................1930 Carney, S.C., 1991, 92, 93, 94 ........................1994 Carns, E.H.J........................................................1929 Carter, W.V. ........................................................1904 Cascino, T.J., 1985, 86, 87 ..............................1987 Caughey, J.H. ....................................................1935 Cenci, R.A., 1965, 66, 67 .................................1967 Cesari, D.J., 1982, 83 .......................................1983 Cesarski, W.B., 1962 ........................................1964

DOUG BOHRER

TERRY DOUGLAS Chabot, R.A., 1944, 45, 46 ..............................1946 Chellman, W.C., 1975, 76, 77 .......................... 1977 Chesnauskas, R.J., 1954, 55, 56 ....................1956 Church, S.F., 1967 ............................................1969 Cini, M.N., 1997, 98, 99, 00 ............................2000 Cipra, C.E., 2007 ...............................................2010 Clark, F.W. ..........................................................1901 Clark, B.L., 1973, 74, 75 ..................................1975 Clarke, R.T., 1982, 83 .......................................1983 Clement, W.L. ...................................................1940 Clothier, J.A., 2005, 06, 07, 08 ........................2008 Coan, G.P., 1967, 68, 69 ..................................1969 Cobb, A.L. ...........................................................1927 Cody, W.F., 1954, 55, 56 ..................................1956 Coffey, J.W. ............................................August 1917 Coffin, W.E. ........................................................ 1916 Coll, B.E., 1989, 90 ...........................................1992 Collins, J.W., 1942 ...................................June 1943 Connell, E.M., 2005, 06, 07 .............................2007 Conner, N.O. , 1956, 57, 58 .............................1958 Conover, R.F., 1946, 47, 48..............................1948 Conrad, M.J., 1954, 55, 56 ..............................1956 Conway, T.J. ........................................................1933 Cook, G.R. ..........................................................1912 Cooper, M.W., 1999, 00, 01, 02 ......................2002 Cooper, V.W. .......................................................1904 Copp, A.W...........................................................1904 Corbin, T.G. ........................................................ 1941 Cork, N.R., 2004 ...............................................2007 Corley, W.E. Jr.....................................................1942 Coughlin, J.G. .....................................................1932 Cousland, C.W. ..................................................1924 Cowan, A.S. ........................................................1899 Cowell, T.R..........................................................1897 Cragin, H.R. ........................................................1923 Craig, K.C., 1972, 73 ........................................1973 Craig, M. .............................................................1898 Crain, J.K. ...........................................................1904 Crane, L.T., 1960...............................................1962 Critz, H.H. ...........................................................1935 Crowley, E.M., 1958, 59 ...................................1960 Cruikshank, W.M. .............................................1893 Cummings, S.A., 2007, 08, 09 .......................2010 Cupp, H.F., 1995, 96......................................... 1997 Curtin, R.D. ........................................................1939 Cygler, J., 1956, 57 ...........................................1957

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 Dopslaff, G.A., 1961, 62, 63 ............................1963 Dougherty, H.M. ................................................1901 Douglas, T.L., 1983, 84 ....................................1985 Downar, T.J., 1972, 73 ...................................... 1974 Downing, H.W. ..................................................1923 Dreyer, C.F. .........................................................1932 Dunaway, T.J., 2000 ..........................................2001 Dunigan, F.J. ......................................................1915 Durbin, R.B. .......................................................1938 Durfee, L.V. ............................................August 1917 Durkin, R.F., 1956, 57, 58 ................................1958

EASTMAN ... EBEL ... ECCLESTON ...

BUDDY GENGLER DABEZIES ... DALLAM ... DAMARÉ ...

Dabezies, C.H. ...................................................1924 Dallam, S.F. ........................................................1896 Damaré, R.P., 1992, 93, 94, 95 ......................1995 Daniel, S.A. ........................................................1932 Darby, C., 1957, 58, 59 ....................................1959 Darnell, D.P., ,2009 .........................................2011 Dasher, C.L. .......................................................1924 Datka, D., 1988.................................................1989 Davenport, J.R. ................................................. 1914 Davis, R.B., 2003, 06 .......................................2006 Davis, R.J., 1962 ...............................................1963 Davis, W.N................................................. June 1918 Davis, G.W., 1945, 46, 47 ................................ 1947 Davis, T.E. ..........................................................1920 Davis, J.J. ...........................................................1935 Davis, T.W...........................................................1939 Davis, J.D., 1989, 90, 91 ..................................1992 Davis, R.C., 2009 ........................................... 2012 de Jonckheere, E.T. ........................................... 1941 DeBolt, B.M., 1964, 65, 66 ..............................1966 DeHart, K.F., 1980, 81, 82 ...............................1982 Deitz, G.A., 1974, 75, 76, 78 ............................ 1978 DeJardin, D.A., 1957 .........................................1958 DeJardin, A.R., 1960, 61, 62............................1962 Dent, T.D., 2001 ................................................2004 DeRoma, J.G., 1958..........................................1960 Devers, J.L. ........................................................1909 Devore, L.S. .......................................................1913 Dielens, A.J., 1948 ............................................1950 DiGiacinto, D., 1975.......................................... 1975 DiMuzio, J.A., 1995, 96 .................................... 1997 Dinga, M.J., 2004, 05, 06, 07 ..........................2007 Divis, P.J., 1979, 80, 81 ....................................1981 Dobson, J.W. .....................................................1939 Doerr, W.M., 1951 .............................................1953 Dolan, R.W., 1948, 49 ......................................1950 Domminey, J.V. .................................................1919 Donaldson, G.R., 1980, 81, 82, 83 .................1983 Donaldson, S.E. , 1983, 84, 85, 86.................1986 Donelin, D.G., 1988, 89, 90 .............................1990 Donaphon, M., 1996 ........................................1998

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Eastman, R.V. ....................................................1920 Ebel, W.E., 1978, 79 ......................................... 1979 Eccleston, T.F., 1961, 62 ..................................1962 Ellinger, H.O. ......................................................1925 Elliott, B.L., 1999, 00, 01, 02 ..........................2002 Engquist, E.M., 1995 ........................................ 1997 Ennis, W.P. ........................................................1901 Erdle, P.J., 1951.................................................1952 Erickson, C.V. .....................................................1920 Ernesto, A.C., 2006, 07, 08, 09 .......................2009 Erwin, M.S., 1999, 00, 01, 02 .........................2002 Esau, C.G. ..........................................................1940 Etheridge, H.S., 1971, 1972 ............................. 1972 Evans, H.S., 1974, 75 ....................................... 1975 Everbach, O.G., 1960 .......................................1960 Everton, E.S., 1984, 85, 86, 87 ......................1987

FAGAN ... FARNSWORTH ... FARRIS ...

Fagan, T.W., 1968 .............................................1969 Farnsworth, E.E. Jr.............................................1932 Farris, S.C. .........................................................1939 Fazen, R.P., 1964, 65, 66.................................1966 Fernandez, J.M., 2009 ................................... 2012 Fettis, L.M., 1968, 69 .......................................1969 Fields, K.E. ........................................................1933 Fink, J.A., 1977 .................................................. 1977 Fink, J.K., 1972, 73, 74 .................................... 1974 Fisher, E.A., 1955, 56, 57 ................................1958 Fitzpatrick, T.E., 1950, 51, 52 ..........................1952 Fitzpatrick, K.J., 1970 ....................................... 1972 Fleming, K.S., 2006, 07, 08, 09 ......................2009 Fleming, W.R..........................................August 1917 Flood, H.L. ..........................................................1928 Foley, J.W., 1976, 77, 78 .................................. 1978 Ford, J.C. ............................................................1942 Fortier, G.S., 1994.............................................1996 Fortune, A.K., 2004 ..........................................2006 Foster, S.P., 1981, 82, 83.................................1983 Foster, R.T. ................................................ June 1918 Fouch, M.C., 2007, 08, 09 .............................2010 Fowler, J.C., 1968 ..............................................1968 Fox, R.M. ...........................................................1962 Franks, F., 1957, 58, 59 ...................................1959 Frawley, T.C., 2006, 07, 08 ...............................2008 Freiheit, M., 1981..............................................1984 French, W.E. ......................................................1924 Fritchman, J.A., 1985........................................1986 Frosch, K.M., 1996, 97 ..................................... 1997 Fucci, A.J., 1973, 74, 75 ................................... 1975 Fulton, W.S. ........................................................1904 Fuqua, S.O. Jr. ....................................................1933 Furlong, J.W. ......................................................1891

GABROVIC ... GALIFFA ... GALY ...

Gabrovic, M.M., 1991 .......................................1994 Galiffa, A.A., 1947, 48, 49, 50 .........................1950 Galy, C.J., 1988, 89, 90 ....................................1991 Garber, M.B........................................................1903 Gardiner, S.De. B.W. ..........................................1905 Garland, W.C. .....................................................1942 Gastellum, M.S., 1999, 00, 01, 02 ..................2002 Gaza, S.R., 1976, 77 ......................................... 1979 Gengler, G.J., 1999, 00, 01 ..............................2001 Gerberman, J.H., 1974, 75 ............................... 1975 Gerhardt, C.H. ............................................April 1917 Gibbs, B.A., 2009 ..............................................2011 Gibson, F.L. ........................................................1961 Gilbert, W.R........................................................ 1941 Gilliam, R.N., 1958, 59 .....................................1960 Gilmore, J.C........................................................1894 Gilpin, J.M., 1953 ..............................................1955 Golden, J.E. ........................................................1932 Gonzalez, G., 1988 ...........................................1990 Goodale, G.S. .....................................................1896 Gordon, S.M., 1997...........................................2000 Gorham, W.D., 2002, 03, 04, 05 .....................2005 Gosner, G.J.........................................................1912 Graham, E.F. ......................................................1903 Grant, A.M., 1957, 58 .......................................1959 Graves, E. ...........................................................1905 Greco, M.V., 2008 .............................................2011 Greenlee, G.W., 2002, 03, 04, 05 ...................2005 Griesinger, T.W., 1949, 50, 51 ......................... 1951 Griffin, R.W. ........................................................1937 Grimes, A.R., 2006, 07, 08, 09........................2009 Grohs, W.R. ........................................................1936 Groninger, H.M. .................................................1908 Gruver, S.J., 1999, 00 .......................................2002 Guckeyson, J.W..................................................1942

HACKETT ... HAIGHT ... HALEY ...

Hackett, H.B.......................................................1904 Haight, B.S., 1957, 58, 59 ...............................1959 Haley, J.E., 1994, 95, 96 ..................................1996 Hall, F.C., 1983 ..................................................1985 Halverson, T.M., 2007.......................................2007 Hance, J.M., 1994, 95 ......................................1995 Hanlon, A.J. ........................................................1908 Hanson, A.W. .....................................................1907 Hanson, D.L., 1990, 91, 92..............................1993 Harman, G.L., 1949 .......................................... 1951 Harmon, J.P. , 1985 ..........................................1987 Harmon, J.R., 1952, 53 ....................................1953 Harrison, W.C. ...................................................1912 Hartman, A.L., 1983, 84 ..................................1984 Haug, C.C. ..........................................................1935 Havel, S.M., 1988, 89, 90, 91 .........................1991 Haverkamp, C.M. ............................................... 1910 Haydash, E.J., 1962, 63, 64.............................1964 Haydon, D.R., 1968, 69 ....................................1969 Hayes, J.M., 1964, 65, 66 ................................1966 Hazelhurst, D. ........................................... June 1918 Heath, T.E., 1978 .............................................. 1978 Heavey, J.W. .......................................................1891 Heffernan, K.M., 1996, 97, 98 ........................1998 Heiser, B.P. .........................................................1926 Helixon, C., 1988, 89, 90 .................................1990 Hennessey, J.J., 1943, 44 ................................1944 Henshaw, D.J., 2008, 09 ................................2011 Herr, J.K. ...........................................................1902 Herring, H.T. .......................................................1905

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IACOBUCCI ... IRONS ...

Iacobucci, M. , 1984, 85, 86, 87 .....................1987 Irons, J.V., 1947, 48, 49, 50.............................1950

JACKSON ... JANECZEK ... JANK ...

Jackson, J.P., 1972, 73 ..................................... 1974 Janeczek, R., 1943, 44.....................................1944 Jank, O.M. .............................................August 1917 Jenks, I.C............................................................1891 Jervey, E.P. .........................................................1896 Johnson, B.M., 2004.........................................2007 Johnson, C.J., 1999, 00 ....................................2002 Johnson, R.H......................................................1921 Johnson, R.L., 1997, 98 ...................................1999 Johnson, R.D......................................................1909 Johnson, J.D., 1972, 73, 74 ............................. 1974 Johnson, J. M., 1982, 83 ..................................1983 Johnston, C.M., 1979 ........................................ 1979 Johnstone, R., 1962, 63 ...................................1965 Jones, J.E., 1951 ...............................................1953 Jones, C.S., 1980 ..............................................1982 Jones, M.C.P., 2003, 04, 05, 06 ......................2006 Josey, C.K., 1943, 44, 45 .................................1945

King, W.P., 1983, 84, 85, 86............................1986 Kinney, R.M., 1944, 45, 46 ..............................1946 Kirk, C.J., 1997, 98 ...........................................1998 Kirk, D.K., 1985, 86, 87 ..................................1988 Kirschenbauer, G. ............................................1962 Kirtley, R.L., 1957, 58 .......................................1958 Kitz, J.A. , 1982, 83, 84, 85 .............................1985 Knight, D.C., 1971 ............................................. 1973 Knight, A.J. .........................................................1940 Koenig, M.T., 1993............................................1996 Koenigsfeld, B.J., 2008, 09 ............................2011 Komaromy, S.J., 2002, 03, 04, 05 ..................2005 Koontz, G., 1974, 75 ......................................... 1975 Kouns, D.L., 1959 .............................................1960 Krafft, R.H., 1985, 86, 87, 88 .........................1988 Krayenbuhl, G. ................................................... 1916 Krieger, P.T., 1966, 67, 68 ...............................1968 Kulbacki, W., 1962, 63, 64 ..............................1965

LABOON ... LADU ... LAHM ...

Laboon, R.C., 1944, 45 ....................................1945 Ladu, M.R., 1984, 85, 86 .................................1986 Lahm, F.D. .........................................................1901 Lahti, E.H. .........................................................1938 Lancaster, N. Jr. .................................................1923 Landry, R.B. .......................................................1932 Landry, P.G., 1977 ............................................. 1978 Lane, W.E. ..........................................................1906 Lane, W.H., 1950 ..............................................1952 Lane, W.D., 1969, 70 ....................................... 1970 Lapekas, S.J., 1992, 93, 94 .............................1994 LeBlanc, M.A., 1991, 92 ...................................1994 LeCates, W.F., 1952, 53, 54 ............................1955 Lee, L.D., 2009 ............................................... 2012 Lee, R.E. ............................................................. 1916 Leeper, B.H., 1942, 44 .....................................1944 Legg, R.A. ..........................................................1934 LeMay, C., 1986, 87, 88 ...................................1988 Lewis, J.H. .........................................................1933 Lilley, R.J. ...........................................................1962 Lindell, S.W., 1969 ............................................1969 Lindner, K.R., 1992 ...........................................1995

KAIL ... KALKWARF ... KANE ...

Kail, S.G. ...........................................................1939 Kalkwarf, K.J., 1999, 00, 01, 02 .....................2002 Kane, G.C. , 1981, 82, 84 ................................1984 Kashner, J.C., 2002, 03, 04, 05 ......................2005 Kasper, W.M. ....................................................1940 Kasper, R.J. ........................................................1938 Kasting, D.H., 2003 ..........................................2006 Kastner, A.E. ......................................................1922 Keating, A.C., 1959 ...........................................1960 Keener, R., 1965 ...............................................1966 Kelland, M.R., 1982, 83 ...................................1984 Kernan, S.P., 1996 ............................................ 1997 Kerwin, A.R. .......................................................1896 Kewley, R.N., 1959, 60, 61 ..............................1961 Kierstead, A.E., 1962, 63, 64 ..........................1964 Kimbrough, R., 1987, 88, 89 ...........................1989 King, E.L. ............................................................1896 King, J.M., 1995, 96, 97, 98 ............................1998

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JOSH MINNEY Lindquist, R.E. ..................................................1930 Lindsey, B.C., 1972 ........................................... 1974 Lipscomb, A.A. ..................................................1938 Lobe, T.J., 1947, 48, 49, 50 .............................1950 Lombardo, T.A., 1945 .......................................1945 Long, J.T., 2004 .................................................2007 Lord, W.G., 1969, 70, 71 .................................. 1971 Loscuito, N.N., 1958, 59, 60 ...........................1960 Lott, A.G. ............................................................1896 Love, C.L., 2005, 06, 07, 08 ............................2008 Ludwikoski, J., 1967 .........................................1968 Lyman, C.B. ........................................................1913 Lynn, D., 1987, 88, 89, 90 ...............................1990 Lystead, H.W. .....................................................1920

MACARTHUR ... MACKMULL ... MALLOY

MacArthur, D. ...................................................1903 Mackmull, J.V., 1947, 48, 49, 50.....................1950 Malloy, J.T...........................................................1931 Manus, P.C. Jr., 1952, 53, 54...........................1954 Marben, R.L., 1945 ...........................................1945 Marcrum, R.H., 1953 ........................................1954 Marrella, L.S., 1955, 56, 57 .............................1957 Martina, A.J., 1955 ...........................................1957 Matthews, J.P., 1978.........................................1980 Mattox, T.C., 1998, 99, 00 ...............................2000 Mayhew, B.A., 2004, 05, 06, 07 ......................2007 Mazur, H.J. ..........................................January 1943 McBride, H.L. ..................................................... 1916 McCabe, E.F., 1942..................................June 1943 McCall, P.B., 1968, 69, 70 ...............................1970 McCarthy, J.E. ....................................................1919 McCarthy, J.N., 1948, 49..................................1949 McCoach, D. ...................................................... 1910 McConnell, R.E., 1943, 44, 45 ........................1945 McCoy, F.R. ........................................................1897 McDonald, M.A., 1993......................................1996 McDonough, J.M................................................1896 McEvoy, L.D., 1957 ...........................................1957 McGrath, H.L......................................................1922 McIntyre, A. ........................................................1900

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PATROT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 Mullee, W.E., 1993, 94, 95, 96 .......................1996 Mulligan, J.T., 2003, 04 ....................................2005 Mumma, M.C. ....................................................1900 Munford, T.W............................................. June 1918 Munson, R.D., 1993, 94, 97 ............................ 1997 Murphy, J.R. .......................................................1942 Murphy, P.A. .......................................................1897 Murray, W.S............................................... June 1918 Murray, J.K., 1969, 70 ...................................... 1970 Murrill, H.A. ............................................... June 1918 Murtle, C.J., 2009 .......................................... 2012

NANCE ... NANNEY ... NEEL ...

Nance, J.W., 1944, 45 ......................................1946 Nanney, D.Y........................................................1939 Neel, D.V., 1972, 73.......................................... 1973 Nelson, P.A., 1964, 65, 66 ...............................1966 Newsom, G.D., 1971, 72, 73 ............................ 1973 Neyland, R.R. Jr. ............................................... 1916 Nieberding, R., 1984, 85, 86, 87.....................1987 Nolan, D.E. .........................................................1896 Norton, K.A., 2000, 01, 02 ...............................2002 Nuzzo, K.R., 1982 .............................................1984

GARY NEWSOM McKague, K.C., 2008, 09 ...............................2011 McLellan, B.J., 1966, 67, 68............................1968 McMahan, A..A., 1995, 96 ...............................1998 McMahon, W.C. .........................................April 1917 McNamara, A.T. .................................................1928 McNeal, J.W. ...................................................... 1911 McNeil, N. ..............................................August 1917 McNutt, C.B., 1972, 73, 74 .............................. 1974 McRae, W.D., 1961, 62 ....................................1962 Mead, D.G., 1956 .............................................1957 Meador, M.F., 1953...........................................1954 Mecca, G.J., 1990 .............................................1993 Meloy, J.A., 2002, 04, 05 .................................2005 Menoher, P. ........................................................1915 Meredith, O.R. ...................................................1908 Merillat, L.A........................................................1915 Merkle, R.D., 1968, 69 .....................................1969 Metzger, J.H., 1948, 49 ....................................1949 Meyer, C.B. .........................................................1909 Meyer, H.A. Jr. ....................................................1901 Michela, R.J., 1962, 63, 64..............................1964 Milburn, F.W. ...................................................... 1914 Miller, A.D...........................................................1924 Miller, G.R., 1972, 73, 74 ................................. 1974 Miller, M.G., 2000, 01.......................................2001 Milliken, C.M. .................................................... 1914 Milton, P.O. .........................................................1922 Milton, A.M.........................................................1903 Minney, J.H., 1999, 00, 01, 02 ........................2002 Mirando, J., 1962, 63 .......................................1965 Mirzoian, G.D., 1971, 72 .................................. 1972 Mischak, R.M., 1952, 53..................................1954 Mitchell, H. ........................................................ 1916 Mitchell, P.E., 1984 ...........................................1987 Moehring, A.W., 1996 .......................................1998 Moore, D.R., 1983 ............................................1984 Moore, L.C., 2008, 09.....................................2011 Moore, R.L., 1988, 89, 90, 91 .........................1991 Morris, T.J. , 1980, 81, 82 ................................1982 Morris, R. ..........................................................1935 Morrow, J.J. ........................................................1891 Moses, O., 1946................................................1946 Mountford, F.A. .................................................1909

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O’NEAL ... O’NEILL ... OAKES ...

O’Neal, A.L., 1992, 93, 94, 95 .........................1995 O’Neill, T.A..........................................................1934 Oakes, B.J., 1971, 72 ........................................ 1973 Oblinger, J.B., 1951, 52, 53 .............................1953 Odierno, R.T., 1975, 76..................................... 1976 Ogden, L.J., 1947, 48 .......................................1949 Ogden, C.C. .......................................................1891 Oliphant, E.Q............................................. June 1918 Ordway, G., 1953, 55 ........................................1955 Ordway, R.E., 1957, 58 .....................................1958 Ortiz, H., 1987 ...................................................1990 Otterstedt, M.A., 1980 ......................................1982

PANTALONI ... PARKER ... PARTLOW ...

Pantaloni, M.A., 1974........................................ 1974 Parker, J.K., 1994..............................................1995 Partlow, F.A., 1960 ............................................1960 Paterson, W.G. ................................................... 1916 Pattison, H.H......................................................1893 Pavy, M.E., 1972 ............................................... 1974 Pedersen, W.E., 1968, 69, 70.......................... 1970 Pegg, J.D., 1969 ................................................ 1971 Pehanik, A.P., 1981, 82 ....................................1982 Perkins, G.T. .......................................................1900 Perry, P.S., 1990, 91, 92, 93 ............................1993 Perwein, A.H. .....................................................1920 Peterson, T.W., 1969, 70, 71 ........................... 1971 Petricka, R.S., 1972, 73 ................................... 1973 Petrone, J.R., 2000, 01.....................................2002 Peyton, J.C., 1999 .............................................2001 Phillips, B.W. ......................................................1903 Place, R.H. .............................................August 1917 Plaia, M.A., 1992, 93, 94 .................................1994 Plotts, D.A., 2001, 05 .......................................2005 Pluff, D.J., 2003, 04, 05, 06 ............................2006 Polchinski, J.P., 2006, 07, 08, 09 ....................2009 Polk, R.B. .......................................................... 1941 Pollock, V.J., 1950 .............................................1952 Poole, G.B., 1946 .............................................. 1947 Porter, K.J., 2008, 09......................................2011 Post, E.D. ..........................................................1923 Powel, N.E. .........................................................1932

Powell, R.D., 1967 ............................................1968 Price, B.C., 1995, 96, 97, 98 ...........................1998 Price, Z.M., 2009 ........................................... 2012 Prichard, V.E. .....................................................1915 Priestley, W.J. .....................................................1936 Pritchett, E.E. .....................................................1907 Procknal, E.S., 1953, 54 ..................................1954 Pryor, M.C., 2005, 06, 09 .................................2009 Pugh, B.L., 1991 ...............................................1994 Pyrz, A., 1964, 65 .............................................1965 Pyrz, T.A., 1969, 70, 71 .................................... 1971

QUIMBY ...

Quimby, P.T., 1994, 95, 96 ...............................1996

RAFALKO ... RAINBIRD ... RAMBUSCH ..

Rafalko, E.A., 1943, 45 ....................................1945 Rainbird, S.P., 2008 ..........................................2011 Rambusch, H., 1986, 87, 88, 89 .....................1989 Ramirez, G., 1988 .............................................1990 Rawlick, S.J., 1975 ............................................ 1976 Reeder, R.P. Jr. ..................................................1926 Regnier, R.A., 1954, 55 ....................................1955 Reich, S.C., 1990, 91, 92, 93 ..........................1993 Reinebold, J., 1983, 84, 85, 86 .......................1986 Reinhalter, P.J., 1942 ...............................June 1943 Rengel, N.J., 1997, 98, 99 ...............................2000 Rice, J.H. ...........................................................1893 Richardson, G.H., 1971, 72 .............................. 1972 Richardson, M., 1986 .......................................1989 Richmond, R.T., 1946 .......................................1946 Rickman, E.A. ...................................................1942 Riley, F.J..............................................................1912 Rindfleisch, J.A., 1957, 58, 59 .........................1959 Ritter, W.H., 1950, 51, 52 ................................1952 Rizzo, J.E., 1999, 00, 01, 02 ............................2002 Roberts, T.A. ......................................................1897 Robinson, N.L., 1946, 47, 48 ...........................1948 Rockwell, C.K. ....................................................1906 Rogers, J.R., 1962, 63, 64 ...............................1964 Rogers, D.C., 1968, 69 .....................................1969 Roosma, J.S. .....................................................1926 Roper, H.M. ........................................................1923 Rowland, H.T. .....................................................1923 Ruiz, A., 1990, 91, 92 .......................................1992 Rusnak, T.J., 1962, 63......................................1964

SADTLER ... SALMON ... SALTZMAN ...

Sadtler, O.K. ......................................................1913 Salmon, S.M., 1997, 98, 99, 00 ......................2000 Saltzman, C. McK. .............................................1896 Samec, D.W., 1980 ...........................................1981 Sanchez, N., 1971 ............................................. 1972 Sarcka, E.E.............................................August 1917 Sarcka, J.S. ........................................................1925 Saunders, D.W. ..................................................1938 Sawyer, M.T., 1996, 97, 98, 99 ........................1999 Saxman, P.S., 1994, 95, 96, 97....................... 1997 Scaglione, R.J., 1966, 67, 68...........................1968 Scanlan, M., 1986 ............................................1986 Schepps, M.C. ..................................................1928 Schiavo, C.R., 1985, 86 ....................................1986 Schiefer, R.D., 1977, 78, 79, 80 ......................1980 Schlenker, D.C.G. .............................................. 1917 Schmid, G.M., 1974, 75, 76 ............................. 1976 Schmidt, J.L., 1960, 61, 62 ..............................1962 Schneider, J.P., 2001 ........................................2004 Schoor, D.P.........................................................1932

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NCAA REGIONALS 2000, 2004, 2005, 2009 Schreckhise, C., 1988 ......................................1991 Scioletti, B.R., 2001 ..........................................2004 Scioletti, M.S., 1995, 96, 97, 98 .....................1998 Scivoletto, E.J., 1959, 60, 61 ...........................1961 Scogin, K.C., 2004, 05, 06 ...............................2007 Scott, J.F., 1969 ................................................ 1971 Scully, W.E., 1977.............................................. 1977 Seaman, A.R., 2008........................................2011 Segrist, C.C. ......................................................1936 Seip, G.R. ...........................................................1942 Shain, E.R., 1953, 54 .......................................1954 Shearin, M., 1984 .............................................1987 Shepherd, W.A., 1955, 56, 57 .........................1958 Shipps, R.P., 1995 ............................................ 1997 Silliman, M.B., 1964, 65, 66............................1966 Silvola, W.R., 1976, 78 ..................................... 1978 Simmons, C.J., 1945, 46 ..................................1946 Simmons, C.K., 2005, 06, 07, 08 ....................2008 Simmons, D.M., 1991, 92, 93, 94 ...................1994 Sine, E.D., 1982, 83 .........................................1983 Sipos, W.G., 1962, 63.......................................1963 Sirko, G.D., 1999, 00, 01, 02...........................2002 Sloan, M.R., 1975, 76 ....................................... 1976 Smedberg, W.R. .................................................1893 Smith, K.W., 1965, 66, 67 ...............................1967 Smith, C.T. ..........................................................1896 Smith, B.S., 1987, 88, 89, 90 ..........................1990 Smith, T.M., 1993, 94, 95, 96 .........................1996 Smothers, T.B. ...................................................1929 Smythe, G.W. .....................................................1924 Snukis, T.J., 1976, 77, 78 ................................. 1978 Snyder, M.A., 2006 ...........................................2009 Softy, G., 1986, 87, 89 .....................................1989 Soule, J.I.............................................................1925 Souza, D.M., 1995, 96, 97, 98 ........................1998 Spurr, N.M., 1985, 86.......................................1986 St. Onge, R.J., 1943, 45 ...................................1945 Stache, J.M., 2003, 04, 05, 06........................2006 Stadler, J.H. .......................................................1924 Stahle, J.C. ...........................................January 1943 Stancook, J.C. ....................................................1935

Starr, W.R., 1981 ...............................................1982 Stefens, P.D., 1996 ...........................................1998 Stegmaier, R.M. .................................................1937 Steinley, P.L., 1942 ..................................June 1943 Stenson, J.R., 1982 ..........................................1985 Sterling, E.K. ......................................................1901 Stevenson, C.G. .................................................1924 Stohr, T.S., 2006 ...............................................2009 Stokes, O.N. .......................................................1936 Stone, N.M., 2002, 03, 04, 05 ........................2005 Storck, D.G. ........................................................1924 Stout, H.H. .........................................................1895 Stramara, K.P., 1978, 80..................................1980 Stramara, K.R., 2007, 08 .................................2008 Stribling, J.W. .....................................................1929 Stricklan, S., 1991 ............................................1994 Stuff, J.W., 1948, 49, 50 ..................................1950 Suhr, S.A., 1995, 96, 97 ................................... 1997 Sullivan, P.T., 1974, 75, 76 ............................... 1976 Supko, B.E., 1996, 97, 98, 99 .........................1999 Surles, A.D. ........................................................ 1911 Suttle, A.B., 1948, 49 .......................................1949 Swanson, J.J., 2001 ..........................................2004

TAPPERT ... TARVER ... TATE ...

Tappert, K.W., 1983, 84, 85, 86......................1986 Tarver, T.H. ........................................................1942 Tate, F.J. .............................................................1919 Taylor, P.H., 1977, 78, 79 ................................. 1979 Taylor, H.L...........................................................1909 Teague, F.W. .......................................................1909 Thompson, A.C., 1995, 96, 97, 98 ..................1998 Thompson, T., 1986 ..........................................1989 Tichenor, C.S., 1997, 98, 99 ............................2000 Tiemann, C.F. .....................................................1933 Tokarsky, M., 1970 ............................................ 1971 Toney, K., 1987, 88, 89 ....................................1989 Toth, D.M., 1979, 80, 81 ..................................1981 Towey, J.V., 1980, 81 ........................................1981 Towey, J.B., 1977, 78, 79 ................................. 1979 Trainor, J.P. ........................................................1981 Trent, R.D., 1983 ...............................................1985 Tripp, M.J., 1988, 89, 90, 91 ...........................1991 Trippodo, D.S., 2001, 02 ..................................2002 Trott, G.W., 2000 ...............................................2001 Trotter, M.J., 1993, 94, 95................................1995 Trubia, M.L., 1975, 77 ...................................... 1977 Tubbs, L.L., 1983, 84, 85, 86 ..........................1986 Tulley, D.H. .........................................................1925 Tully, J.P., 1947 ..................................................1949

UFNER ... ULLOA ... UNGER ...

Ufner, J., 1948 ...................................................1950 Ulloa, H.A. ..........................................................1912 Unger, C.J., 2000...............................................2002

WAGNER ... WAGONHURST ... WARNER ...

Wagner, R.H., 1947, 48, 49 ............................. 1949 Wagner, H.W. .....................................................1907 Wagner, A.A., 1991, 92 .....................................1994 Wagonhurst, A.H., 1945 ...................................1945 Warner, G.G. .....................................................1934 Wasiak, J., 1974 ................................................ 1975 Watkins, J.T., 2009 ........................................ 2012 Watkins, Z.J., 1999, 00, 01, 02 .......................2002 Watsey, S., 1950, 51.........................................1951 Weafer, W.J., 1952 ............................................1954 Weinnig, A.J. .....................................................1938 Weiss, S.E., 1995, 96, 97, 98 ..........................1998 Westfield, A.D, 1978 .........................................1979 Weston, J.J., 1983 .............................................1986 Wettlaufer, A.C., 1951 .......................................1953 Whipple, S..........................................................1904 White, C.M., 2005, 06, 07, 08 .........................2008 White, E.J. ..........................................................1942 White, G.P...........................................................1891 Whiteside, H.L. ..................................................1912 Whitfield, S., 1977, 79, 80 ...............................1980 Whitlow, R.V. .............................................. Jan. 1943 Wilcox, F.A. .........................................................1892 Wilhide, G.C. ......................................................1922 Wilkinson, I.M., 2001 ........................................2004 Williams, W.R., 1959, 60, 61 ...........................1961 Williams, J.M. ....................................................1936 Williamson, S.C., 2002, 03, 04, 05 .................2005 Wilson, D.L., 1952 ............................................1953 Winfield, F.E., 1949, 50, 51 ............................. 1951 Winston, P.H.......................................................1905 Wolf, E.J., 1989, 90, 91, 92 .............................1992 Wood, W.H. ........................................................1925 Wookey, J.D., 1977, 78 .....................................1978 Wright, J.F., 1977, 78, 79 ................................. 1979 Wright, C., 1981, 82..........................................1984 Wynn, P., 1989 ..................................................1990

YEAGER ... YEZAK ... YOUNG ...

Yeager, F.J. ........................................................1940 Yezak, H.R., 1974 .............................................. 1974 Young, D.G., 1996, 97 ......................................1997 Young, M., 1986, 87, 88, 89 ............................1989

ZAHURANIC ... ZAILSKAS ... ZALDO ...

Zahuranic, M., 1992, 93, 94, 95 .....................1995 Zailskas, R.W., 1959, 60, 61............................1961 Zaldo, M.J., 1959, 61........................................1961 Zell, E.M. ............................................................1903 Zilian, F., 1969, 70 ............................................1970 Zimmerman, D.Z. ..............................................1929 Zmolek, G.R., 1971 ........................................... 1972 Zurawik, C.A., 1965...........................................1967

VALENTINE ... VANDENBERG ... VANDERBUSH ...

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Valentine, C., 1986, 87 .....................................1987 Vandenberg, R.A., 1967, 68, 69 ......................1969 Vanderbush, A., 1959 .......................................1961 VanSant, C.P. Jr. ................................................1933 Visosky, C.D., 1997, 98, 99, 00 .......................2000 Vitty, R.B., 1955 ................................................1955 Vollmer, J.R., 1976 ............................................ 1978

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ARMY’S MLB FIRST-YEAR PLAYER DRAFT SELECTIONS (SINCE 2005) Name Year Rd. Organization Schuyler Williamson 2005 27 Detroit Tigers Milan Dinga 2007 10 L.A. Angels Nick Hill 2007 7 Seattle Mariners Drew Clothier 2008 37 Florida Marlins Chris Simmons 2008 41 Pittsburgh Pirates Cole White 2008 42 Pittsburgh Pirates

A R CHRIS SIMMONS

COLE WHITE

Army’s baseball program has proven to be one of the most regular producers of minor league talent in all of the Northeast the past few years. In fact, seven former Black Knights have logged time with a minor league team affiliated with the major leagues since 2005. Six of those individuals have been selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft, including a school-record total of three chosen in 2008. Below is a list of Army players selected in the draft since 2005. In addition to those listed, Josh Holden signed with the Cincinnati Reds organization as a free agent in 2006.

DREW CLOTHIER

MILAN DINGA

NICK HILL


Cole White Zach Price

Nate Stone

Nick Hill

Kevin McKague

Milan ‘ Dinga

Joey Henshaw

Kyle Scogin

Clint Moore

Schulyer Williamson

Eleven different Army baseball players have earned a total of 27 All-America honors (preseason, postseason, academic, freshman) the past six years: Name Tyler Anderegg, P Milan Dinga, OF-RP Milan Dinga, RP Milan Dinga, RP Joey Henshaw, DH Nick Hill, SP Nich Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Nich Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Nick Hill, SP Kevin McKague, 1B Clint Moore, SS Clint Moore, SS Clint Moore, SS Zach Price, 2B Zach Price, 2B Kyle Scogin, SS Kyle Scogin, SP Nate Stone, 2B Cole White, OF-SP Cole White, UTY Cole White, UTY Schuyler Williamson, C Schuyler Williamson, C

Citing CoSIDA Academic, Third Team Louisville Slugger Freshmen NCBWA, Third Team NCBWA Preseason, First Team ABCA Second Team Louisville Slugger Freshmen Louisville Slugger, Third Team Louisville Slugger Preseason, Third Team ABCA Second Team Louisville Slugger, Second Team Louisville Slugger Preseason, Second Team NCBWA Preseason, First Team CoSIDA Academic, Third Team Louisville Slugger Freshmen Louisville Slugger Freshmen ABCA Third Team Ping! Baseball Honorable Mention Louisville Slugger Freshmen Ping! Baseball Freshmen, Third Team ABCA Third Team Louisville Slugger, Third Team ABCA Third Team Louisville Slugger Freshmen Louisville Slugger Preseason, Third Team NCBWA Preseason, Third Team CoSIDA Academic, Third Team NCBWA Preseason, Third Team

Year 2009 2004 2006 2007 2009 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2005 2005 2004 2005 2008 2008 2004 2005

Tyler Anderegg


2010 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY Fri. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sun.

19 19 20 26 27 28

vs. Dayton (Winston-Salem, N.C.) at Wake Forest at Wake Forest at Maryland-Baltimore County at Maryland-Baltimore County at Maryland-Baltimore County

APRIL 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

MARCH Fri. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sun. Tues. Fri. Sat. Tues. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues.

5 6 7 13 13 14 16 19 20 23 26 27 28 30

at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro vs. Long Island University (Lakeland, Fla.) vs. Akron (Lakeland, Fla.) vs. Yale (Winter Haven, Fla.) vs. Eastern Illinois (Lakeland, Fla.) vs. Bradley (2) (Lakeland, Fla.) vs. Ohio State (Winter Haven, Fla.) QUINNIPIAC CORNELL CORNELL (2) CORNELL at Siena

4 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

Sat. Sun. Tues. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Tues. Sat. Sun. Wed.

3 4 6 10 11 14 17 18 20 24 25 28

at Holy Cross* (2) at Holy Cross* (2) at Seton Hall at Navy* (2) at Navy* (2) IONA LEHIGH* (2) LEHIGH* (2) at Hofstra LAFAYETTE* (2) LAFAYETTE* (2) vs. Marist! (Fishkill, N.Y.)

12 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

MAY Sat. 1 Sun. 2 Wed. 5 Sat. 15-16 Sat. 22-23

BUCKNELL* (2) BUCKNELL* (2) at New York Tech Patriot League Tournament Semifinal Series Patriot League Championship Series

June

NCAA Regionals

4-7

12 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS *Patriot League Game !WPDH Hudson Valley Baseball Classic

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