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Commissioner...................................................................................Mike Aresco Senior Associate Commissioner (Football & Marketing) ......Nicholas V. Carparelli, Jr. Senior Associate Commissioner (Compliance & Governance).Joseph F. D’Antonio, Jr. Senior Associate Commissioner (Administration)............................ Donna DeMarco Associate Commissioner (Men’s Basketball)........................................Paul Brazeau Associate Commissioner (Women’s Basketball)........................... Danielle Donehew Associate Commissioner (TV & Men’s Basketball Scheduling)... Thomas R. Odjakjian Associate Commissioner (Communications) .....................................John Paquette Associate Commissioner (Olympic Sports)...................................James A. Siedliski Assistant Commissioner for Compliance ................................Jennifer M. Condaras Assistant Commissioner/Women’s Basketball Officiating..............Barbara M. Jacobs Senior Director of External Affairs....................................... Benjamin E. Fairclough Director of Business Affairs........................................................... Susan S. Eaton Director of Communications.............................................................. Sara Naggar Director of Compliance............................................................Kenneth A. Schank Director of Communications........................................................... Chuck Sullivan Director of Internet Services .......................................................... Mark Hodgkin Director of Men’s Basketball Operations...................................... Shawn P. Murphy Director of Sport Administration......................................... Robert A. Weygand, Jr. Director of Sport Administration...................................................... Kristen Brown Assistant Director of Communications......................................... Michael A. Coyne Assistant Director of Football & Video Administration........................ Michael Costa Assistant Director of Sport Administration....................................... Patrick Colbert Coordinator of Football Officiating................................................... Terry McAulay Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating...........................G. Arthur Hyland, Esq. Assistant to the Commissioner........................................................ Lisa Zanecchia Senior Administrative Assistant for Basketball & Administration.............Lois DeBlois Administrative Assistant...............................................................Wanda L. Factor Administrative Assistant......................................................................Linda Yates Receptionist...............................................................................Kathy Kirkpatrick Administrative Fellow......................................................................Roberto Sasso Communications Assistant.............................................................Michael O’Brien Communications Assistant.............................................................. Brooke Rayder Olympic Sports/Sport Administration Assistant....................... Catherine Carmignani Digital Network Assistant.................................................................. Jamie Corun

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2013 BIG EAST Preseason Poll.............................. IFC BIG EAST Staff/Baseball SIDs................................... 1 The BIG EAST Conference........................................ 2 BIG EAST Conference Style Guide............................. 3 2013 BIG EAST/NCAA Championships....................... 4 2013 Composite Schedule..................................... 5-9 Cincinnati.........................................................10-11 Connecticut......................................................12-13 Georgetown......................................................14-15 Louisville..........................................................16-17 Notre Dame......................................................18-19 Pittsburgh.........................................................20-21 Rutgers............................................................22-23 St. John’s..........................................................24-25 Seton Hall.........................................................26-27 USF..................................................................28-29 Villanova...........................................................30-31 2012 Season Review.........................................32-33 Career Leaders..................................................34-36 Record Book.....................................................37-39 Annual Statistical Leaders..................................40-43 Coaching Leaders...................................................44 All-Time Award Winners..........................................45 All-BIG EAST Honors.........................................46-54 All-Time Weekly Awards.....................................55-57 Annual Standings..............................................58-59 Year-By-Year Program Records................................60 Championship Records...........................................61 Championship Game-By-Game...........................62-64 BIG EAST in the NCAA............................................65 All-America Selections.............................................66 BIG EAST and MLB............................................67-70 2013 BIG EAST Preseason Honors......................... IBC

Credits: The 2013 BIG EAST Baseball Media Guide was produced by Brooke Rayder on Adobe InDesign CS6. Editorial assistance from Chuck Sullivan, John Paquette, Sara Naggar and Michael Coyne. Special thanks to BIG EAST Baseball Sports Information Directors for their assistance. Photo Credits: School Sports Information Offices, J. Meric

B IG EAST BASEBALL S po r ts I n f o r m atio n C o n tacts School BIG EAST BIG EAST Cincinnati Connecticut Georgetown Louisville Notre Dame Pittsburgh Rutgers St. John’s Seton Hall USF Villanova

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SID Contact Brooke Rayder Chuck Sullivan Jeff Geiser Brendan Flynn Mex Carey Garett Wall Michael Bertsch Matt Haas Jimmy Gill Tim Brown Matt Sweeney Casey Goldstein David Berman

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Email brayder@bigeast.org csullivan@bigeast.org geiserwj@ucmail.uc.edu brendan.s.flynn@uconn.edu mbc32@georgetown.edu g.wall@louisville.edu mbertsc1@nd.edu mhaas@athletics.pitt.edu jgill@scarletknights.com brownt1@stjohns.edu matthew.sweeney@shu.edu cgoldstein@usf.edu david.berman@villanova.edu

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The BIG EAST The 2012-13 academic year is the 34th in the history of The BIG when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at respective national championships. The BIG EAST placed three men’s the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. basketball teams in the Final Four in 1985, the only time this has The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since occurred in NCAA history. its birth and continues to make strides in improving the quality and Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the depth of the storied league. conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns The BIG EAST Conference has been always been driven by lofty challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference goals. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG currently crowns champions in 24 sports. EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, are also its best athletes. The 2011-12 year was no different. Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. success on the national stage. The Georgetown women’s cross country While the membership has both increased and changed, the team captured its first NCAA Championship. The win by the Hoyas focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a marked the third-straight year a BIG EAST team has won the women’s tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches cross country championship, with Villanova winning the past two. The who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student Louisville men’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four in New athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of Orleans. Connecticut field hockey reached the NCAA semifinals, as did scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team. The Irish women’s basketball athletics and academics. team and Syracuse women’s lacrosse Any successful organization team each reached the NCAA finals. has had the good fortune to have USF softball reached the Women’s outstanding leadership. The BIG College World Series in Oklahoma EAST primarily was the brainchild City, Okla., for the first time in of Dave Gavitt, wh was the program history. conference’s first Commissioner. The BIG EAST placed two Michael Tranghese, the league’s teams in the NCAA Women’s Final first full-time employee, and for Four for the third time in the last 11 years the associate to Gavitt, four years as Connecticut joined became Commissioner in 1990. In Notre Dame in Denver, with the his first year, he administered the Fighting Irish advancing to the formation of The BIG EAST Football national title game for the secondConference. John Marinatto was straight year. the third commissioner of the BIG BIG EAST student-athletes EAST, serving from 2009-2012, after won five NCAA championships. seven years as the conference’s Sheila Reid won her second-straight senior associate commissioner. Mike NCAA Women’s Cross Country title. Aresco became the conference’s Syracuse hurdler Jarret Eaton won fourth commissioner in 2012. the 60-meter hurdle championship The league has long been in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field The BIG EAST has won 32 national championships, including the 2011 Women’s considered a leader in innovative Championship. Notre Dame won concepts in promotion and publicity, Cross Country title won by Georgetown. the distance medley relay at the particularly regarding television. same championship. Georgetown’s Those efforts have resulted in Emily Infeld won the 3,000-meter run. Carlos Almeida of Louisville unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference won the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Swimming & Diving has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. Championships. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST competitively balanced group. Three BIG EAST teams won bowl Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball games, while the BIG EAST representative in the Bowl Championship championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past nine Series won its bowl game for the fourth time in the last seven years- a years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. streak that includes wins against the ACC, Big 12 and SEC champions. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes. conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in 18 of the nation’s top 50 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain more than one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. The BIG EAST will welcome UCF, Houston, Memphis, SMU and Temple in all sports in 2013-14, while Tulane joins in 2014-15. Temple football joned the league in 2012,with East Carolina and Navy coming aboard in the following years. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 32 national championships in six different sports and 137 student-athletes have won individual national titles through 2011-12. BIG EAST basketball squads have captured 11 titles in the last 13 years. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year

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Style Guide Official Institution Name “Nickname”

Preferred Athletics Reference

Unacceptable Usages

PMS Colors

University of Cincinnati “Bearcats” University of Connecticut “Huskies”

Cincinnati, UC

Cincy, Cinci

186 Red, Black

Connecticut, UConn

UCONN

289 Blue

DePaul University “Blue Demons” Georgetown University “Hoyas”

DE PAUL, DePaul, DPU

297 Blue, 185 Red

Georgetown, GU

DEPAUL, Depaul, Demons, DU G’town, G’Town

University of Louisville “Cardinals” Marquette University “Golden Eagles” University of Notre Dame “Fighting Irish” University Pittsburgh “Panthers”

Louisville, UofL

U of L

Marquette, MU

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485 Red, Black, 130 Yellow (on Cardinal beak) 281 Blue, 123 Gold

Notre Dame, ND, Fighting Irish, Irish Pittsburgh, UP, Pitt

UND

Blue 280c, Gold 872c

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289 Blue, 4515 Gold, Black

Providence College “Friars”

Providence, PC

Provy

Black, White, 877 Silver

Rutgers University “Scarlet Knights” St. John’s University “Red Storm” Seton Hall University “Pirates” University of South Florida “Bulls” Syracuse University “Orange” Villanova University “Wildcats”

Rutgers, RU

Knights, RUT

185 Red or 186 Red, Black

St. John’s, STJ

Saint John’s, STU, Redstorm, SJU ---

200 Red

BIG EAST Conference

Seton Hall, SHU

282 Blue, 401 Gray

University of South Florida, USF Syracuse, SU

South Florida

286 Blue, 877 Silver, 429 Gray 343 Green, 4515 Gold

SYR, ‘Cuse

Pantone 165 Orange

Villanova, VU

‘Cats

298 Blue, 281 Dark Blue, White, 876 Metallic Gold

BIG EAST

Big East

186C Red, 281C Blue

For more information regarding this BIG EAST style guide and the corresponding schools’ usage, please contact John Paquette, Associate Commissioner at the BIG EAST Conference at (401) 453-0660 or jpaquette@bigeast.org.

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Big EasT Preseason Poll & Preseason Honors

2 0 13 BIG EAST Preseason Poll Place Team (First Place Votes) Pts. 2012 2012 Overall Record BIG EAST Record/Finish 1. Louisville (8) 98 41-22 18-9/1st 2. St. John’s (3) 82 40-23 18-9/2nd 3. Notre Dame 81 31-27 14-13/7th 4. Connecticut 74 31-27 16-11/5th 5. USF 67 38-22 17-10/4th 6. Seton Hall 52 34-24 17-10/3rd 7. Pittsburgh 46 28-28 10-17/8th 8. Rutgers 43 31-25 10-17/6th 9. Cincinnati 30 18-38 7-20/12th 10. Georgetown 18 24-29 10-17/10th 11. Villanova 14 28-27 10-17/9th

2013 Preseason All-BIG EAST Team Preseason Player of the Year: LJ Mazzilli, 2B, Connecticut Preseason Pitcher of the Year: Jon Prosinski, RHP, Seton Hall Pos. P P P P RP C 1B 2B SS 3B 3B OF OF OF DH

Name, Class, School Jared Ruxer, So., Louisville Jeff Thompson, Jr., Louisville Sean Hagan, Sr., St. John’s Jon Prosinksi, Sr., Seton Hall * Dan Slania, Jr., Notre Dame Jeff Melillo, Sr., Rutgers Trey Mancini, Jr., Notre Dame * L.J. Mazzilli, Sr., Connecticut Tyler Sciacca, Sr., Villanova Eric Jagielo, Jr., Notre Dame Sean O’Hare, Sr., St. John’s Justin Glass, Jr., Cincinnati Adam Engel, Jr., Louisville James Ramsay, Jr.. USF Jeff Gardner, Jr., Louisville

Key 2012 Statistics (All Games) 8-3, 3.38 ERA, 77.1 IP, 32 K, 15 BB, .262 OBA 9-4, 4.00 ERA, 78.2 IP, 73 K, 38 BB, .263 OBA 8-2, 2.72 ERA, 102.2 IP, 66 K, 23 BB, .231 OBA 9-3, 3.52 ERA, 94.2 IP, 73 K, 19 BB, .288 OBA 3-0, 2.03 ERA, 12 SV, 31.0 IP, 37 K, 12 BB .311, 4 HR, 30 RBI .317, 12 HR, 45 RBI .339, 9 HR, 38 RBI, 16 SB .359, 1 HR, 39 RBI, 17 SB, .980 FLD% .310, 13 HR, 43 RBI .346, 3 HR, 42 RBI .366, 3 HR, 26 RBI, 15 SB .308, 1 HR, 18 RBI, 37 SB .328, 2 HR, 32 RBI, 14 SB .299, 2 HR, 34 RBI

* - unanimous selection

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BIG EAST & NCAA C h a m p i o ns h i p I n f o r m ati o n

2013 N C A A D i v isi o n I Men ’s COLLEGE WORLD SERIES The 67th Annual College World Series will take place June 15-26 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. This is the 63rd time that the College World Series will be played in Omaha. The field consists of 64 teams, with 29 conference champions joined by 35 at-large selections. A total of 16 four-team, double-elimination regionals will be played on the campuses of participating institutions or at neutral sites May 31June 3. Eight two-team super regionals will then be played June 7-10 at campus sites. The winners advance to the College World Series. National television coverage of the 2013 College World Series will be provided by ESPN, including the championship series, June 24-26.

2 013 BIG E A S T Cha mpio n ship Bright House Field Clearwater, Fla. Wednesday-Sunday, May 22-26 The BIG EAST Baseball Championship will be held at Bright House Field for the seventh time in 2013. The stadium is home to the Clearwater Threshers, the Class A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. The top eight teams, based on regular-season finish in the league standings, will qualify for the championship, a double-elimination event. The tournament champion will receive the league’s automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship. 2013 BIG EAST Championship Schedule Tuesday, May 21 Opening ceremonies Wednesday, May 22 Game 1 No. 3 seed vs. Game 2 No. 2 seed vs. Game 3 No. 4 seed vs. Game 4 No. 1 seed vs.

THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE ON THE WEB www.bigeast.org www.facebook.com/bigeastconference www.twitter.com/BigEastConf www.twitter.com/BigEastChamps The BIG EAST Conference and XOS Digital, Inc., a leader in digital sports media, jointly announced a new partnership on July 1, 2010 resulting in an overhaul to the conference’s official website www. bigeast.org. The BIG EAST Conference’s re-launched site resides on a robust content management system that allows the site to be completely customized on the fly. The new site features a cutting-edge online video platform, a sleek new design, simplified navigation and a newly developed conference-wide regular season and postseason live statistics platform. The conference’s online video platform will retain its BIGEAST.tv branding, with fans driven to that URL to consume all of the conference’s live online and on-demand video offerings. Those offerings will now include new on-demand programming in the form of webisodes and vignettes produced in XOS Digital’s production facility. BIGEAST. tv also will feature highlights of every nationally televised BIG EAST contest posted following the conclusion of every game, complete game replays of televised contests 72 hours post conclusion and other ondemand interviews and features. In addition, fans can access BIGEAST. tv for live streaming of certain conference championships.

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10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, May 23 Game 5 Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2 Game 6 Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2 Game 7 Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4 Game 8 Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4

10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Friday, May 24 Game 9 Winner Game 5 vs. Loser Game 6 Game 10 Winner Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8

3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, May 25 Game 11 Winner Game 6 vs. Winner Game 9 Game 12 Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 10 Game 13 Loser of Game 11 vs. Winner of Game (if necessary) Game 14 Loser of Game 12 vs. Winner of Game (if necessary)

10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 11 5:00 p.m. 12 TBA

Sunday, May 26 Game 15 Championship Game Noon (televised on ESPNU)

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2013 BIG EAST C o m p o site S c h e d u l e FEBRUARY 15 Cincinnati at Florida Atlantic 6:30 p.m. Connecticut vs. Purdue 1 4:00 p.m. Georgetown at Wofford 4:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Indiana 1 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Wichita State 4:00 p.m. Rutgers at Miami (Fla.) 7:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Florida Gulf Coast 2 2:00 p.m. Seton Hall at North Carolina 3:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Monmouth 3 1:00 p.m. 16 Cincinnati at Florida Atlantic 2:00 p.m. Connecticut vs. Indiana1 7:30 p.m. Georgetown vs. UNC Asheville Noon 1 Louisville vs. USF 4:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Florida Gulf Coast 2 2:30 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Ohio State 2 6:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Wichita State 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at Miami (Fla.) 7:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Mercer 2 11:00 a.m. Seton Hall at North Carolina 2:00 p.m. USF vs. Purdue1 7:30 p.m. 3 Villanova vs. Canisius Noon Villanova vs. Toledo3 5:30 p.m. 17 Cincinnati at Florida Atlantic 11:30 a.m. Connecticut vs. Purdue 1 1:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. USC Upstate 1:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Purdue 1 10:00 a.m. Notre Dame vs. Mercer 2 Noon Pittsburgh at Wichita State 2:00 p.m. Rutgers at Miami (Fla.) 1:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Ohio State 2 10:00 a.m. St. John’s vs. Florida Gulf Coast 2 1:00 p.m. Seton Hall at North Carolina 1:00 p.m. USF vs. Indiana 1 1:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Wright State 3 10:00 a.m. 20 E. Kentucky at Louisville 3:00 p.m. 22 Cincinnati vs. Michigan State4 5:00 p.m. 5 Connecticut at UCF 7:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. TBD6 3:00 p.m. Akron at Louisville 3:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Tulane 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Wofford 4:00 p.m. Rutgers at Old Dominion 3:00 p.m. St. John’s at Georgia Tech 4:00 p.m. Seton Hall at E. Tennessee State 3:00 p.m. USF at Florida State 4:00 p.m. Villanova at North Carolina State 3:00 p.m. 23 Cincinnati vs. Furman 4 2:00 p.m. Connecticut vs. Troy 5 1:00 p.m. 6 Georgetown vs. TBD TBA Akron at Louisville 2:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Tulane 3:00 p.m.

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Pittsburgh at Wofford 2:00 p.m. Rutgers at Old Dominion 3:00 p.m. St. John’s at Georgia Tech 2:00 p.m. Seton Hall at E. Tennessee State 1:00 p.m. USF at Florida State 2:00 p.m. 7 Villanova vs. La Salle 4:00 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Western Carolina4 2:00 p.m. Connecticut vs. Texas Tech5 11:00 a.m. Georgetown vs. TBD 6 TBA Akron at Louisville 1:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Tulane 2:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Wofford 1:00 p.m. Rutgers at Old Dominion 1:00 p.m. St. John’s at Georgia Tech 1:00 p.m. Seton Hall at E. Tennessee State 1:00 p.m. USF at Florida State 1:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Wagner7 11:00 a.m. Morehead State at Louisville 3:00 p.m. St. John’s at North Carolina 3:00 p.m. USF at UCF 6:30 p.m. George Mason at Georgetown 3:00 p.m.

MARCH 1 New York Tech at Cincinnati Connecticut vs. Ohio State8 Kent State at Louisville Notre Dame vs. Massachusetts9 Notre Dame vs. Tennessee9 Pittsburgh at The Citadel10 Rutgers at Georgia Tech St. John’s at East Carolina Seton Hall at San Diego State Toledo at USF Villanova at Florida State 2 New York Tech at Cincinnati Connecticut vs. Central Michigan8 Georgetown vs. Air Force2 Kent State at Louisville Notre Dame vs. Virginia Tech9 Pittsburgh vs. UNC Asheville10 Rutgers at Georgia Tech St. John’s at East Carolina Seton Hall at San Diego State Toledo at USF Villanova at Florida State 3 New York Tech at Cincinnati Connecticut at Stetson8 Georgetown vs. Michigan2 Kent State at Louisville Notre Dame vs. Rhode Island9 Pittsburgh vs. VCU10 Rutgers at Georgia Tech

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St. John’s at East Carolina 1:00 p.m. Seton Hall at San Diego State 4:00 p.m. Toledo at USF 1:00 p.m. Villanova at Florida State 1:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. Valparaiso2 11:00 a.m. Cincinnati at Kentucky 4:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. Toledo2 11:00 a.m. Boston College at USF 7:00 p.m. Villanova at Valparaiso2 11:00 a.m. Louisville at E. Kentucky 3:00 p.m. Seton Hall at San Diego 9:00 p.m. Boston College at USF 7:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Bowling Green TBA 2 Georgetown vs. Bowling Green 6:00 p.m. E. Michigan at Cincinnati 4:00 p.m. Connecticut at Sam Houston State 7:30 p.m. Georgetown vs. Chicago State2 4:00 p.m. Alabama at Louisville 3:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. UCLA11 9:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Pittsburgh12 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at William & Mary 7:00 p.m. St. John’s at Radford 4:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Pepperdine 5:00 p.m. Valparaiso at USF 7:00 p.m. Iona at Villanova13 2:15 p.m. E. Michigan at Cincinnati 1:00 p.m. Connecticut at Sam Houston State 5:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. Iowa2 11:00 a.m. Alabama at Louisville 1:00 p.m. 11 Notre Dame vs. USC 5:00 p.m. Manhattan at Pittsburgh12 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at William & Mary 1:00 p.m. St. John’s at Radford 2:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Pepperdine 4:00 p.m. Valparaiso at USF 6:00 p.m. Central Conn. State at Villanova13 1:15 p.m. E. Michigan at Cincinnati 1:00 p.m. Connecticut at Sam Houston State 2:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. Central Michigan2 10:30 a.m. Alabama at Louisville 1:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Oklahoma11 1:00 p.m. Manhattan at Pittsburgh12 Noon Youngstown State at Pittsburgh12 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at William & Mary 1:00 p.m. St. John’s at Radford 1:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Pepperdine 4:00 p.m. Valparaiso at USF 1:00 p.m. Iona at Villanova13 1:15 p.m. Purdue at Cincinnati 4:00 p.m. Connecticut at Central Connecticut 3:00 p.m. Notre Dame at UC Santa Barbara 6:00 p.m. West Virginia at Pittsburgh 3:00 p.m.

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Hofstra at St. John’s 3:00 p.m. USF at Florida International 6:00 p.m. Villanova at St. Joseph’s 3:00 p.m. Connecticut at Sacred Heart 3:00 p.m. UMBC at Georgetown 3:00 p.m. Purdue at Louisville Noon Farleigh Dickinson at St. John’s 3:00 p.m. USF at Florida International 3:00 p.m. U. of Sciences at Villanova 3:15 p.m. Notre Dame at Cal Poly 9:00 p.m. W. Michigan at Cincinnati 4:00 p.m. Connecticut at Presbyterian 3:00 p.m. Princeton at Georgetown 3:00 p.m. Xavier at Louisville 3:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Cal Poly 9:00 p.m. Niagara at Pittsburgh15 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at Richmond 3:00 p.m. 14 UMass at Seton Hall 2:00 p.m. Manhattan at Seton Hall14 5:00 p.m. Florida A&M at USF 7:00 p.m. Chicago State at Villanova16 3:15 p.m. Western Michigan at Cincinnati 4:00 p.m. Connecticut at Presbyterian 6:00 p.m. Princeton at Georgetown 1:00 p.m. Xavier at Louisville 1:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Cal Poly 4:00 p.m. Toledo at Pittsburgh15 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at Richmond 2:00 p.m. Holy Cross at St. John’s (DH) 1:00 p.m. 14 Manhattan at Seton Hall 3:00 p.m. Florida A&M at USF 6:00 p.m. Marist at Villanova16 1:15 p.m. Western Michigan at Cincinnati 1:00 p.m. Connecticut at Presbyterian 1:00 p.m. Princeton at Georgetown 1:00 p.m. Xavier at Louisville 1:00 p.m. Niagara at Pittsburgh15 Noon Toledo at Pittsburgh15 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at Richmond 1:00 p.m. Holy Cross at St. John’s 1:00 p.m. UMass at Seton Hall14 3:00 p.m. Florida A&M at USF 1:00 p.m. Wagner at Villanova15 12:15 p.m. Cincinnati at Wright State 6:30 p.m. Connecticut at Charleston 6:00 p.m. Georgetown at George Washington 3:00 p.m. USC at Louisville 6:00 p.m. Penn State at Pittsburgh 4:30 p.m. Rutgers at Virginia Commonwealth 6:00 p.m. Fairfield at St. John’s 3:00 p.m. USF at Bethune-Cookman 6:00 p.m. La Salle at Villanova 3:15 p.m.

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Northern Kentucky at Cincinnati Georgetown at UMES USC at Louisville Pittsburgh at Kent State Rutgers at Virginia Commonwealth St. John’s at Long Island Saint Peter’s at Seton Hall Villanova at UPenn CINCINNATI at USF GEORGETOWN at CONNECTICUT RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE SETON HALL at NOTRE DAME PITTSBURGH at ST. JOHN’S Cornell at Villanova CINCINNATI at USF GEORGETOWN at CONNECTICUT RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE SETON HALL at NOTRE DAME PITTSBURGH at ST. JOHN’S Cornell at Villanova CINCINNATI at USF GEORGETOWN at CONNECTICUT RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE SETON HALL at NOTRE DAME PITTSBURGH at ST. JOHN’S Cornell at Villanova Kent State at Notre Dame Ohio at Cincinnati Connecticut at Hartford Louisville at Indiana Kent State at Notre Dame Rutgers at Rider St. John’s vs. Stony Brook17 Seton Hall at Lafayette Florida Gulf Coast at USF Villanova at La Salle18 Penn State at Pittsburgh CINCINNATI at ST. JOHN’S (DH) CONNECTICUT at SETON HALL (DH) USF at GEORGETOWN NOTRE DAME at LOUISVILLE RUTGERS at VILLANOVA USF at GEORGETOWN NOTRE DAME at LOUISVILLE Towson at Pittsburgh (DH) RUTGERS at VILLANOVA CINCINNATI at ST. JOHN’S CONNECTICUT at SETON HALL USF at GEORGETOWN NOTRE DAME at LOUISVILLE Towson at Pittsburgh RUTGERS at VILLANOVA

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APRIL 1 Quinnipiac at Connecticut 3:00 p.m. New York Tech at St. John’s 3:00 p.m. 2 Boston College at Connecticut 3:00 p.m. Kentucky at Louisville 6:00 p.m. UIC at Notre Dame 5:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Akron 3:00 p.m. Columbia at Rutgers 3:30 p.m. Wagner at St. John’s 3:00 p.m. Rider at Seton Hall 4:00 p.m. Stetson at USF 7:00 p.m. Villanova vs. TBD19 TBA 3 Toledo at Cincinnati 6:30 p.m. Connecticut at Yale 3:30 p.m. Valparaiso at Notre Dame 5:35 p.m. Iona at Rutgers 3:30 p.m. Princeton at Seton Hall 4:00 p.m. 5 LOUSIVILLE at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at CONNECTICUT 3:00 p.m. Georgetown at Saint Mary’s Noon VILLANOVA at NOTRE DAME 5:35 p.m. PITTSBURGH at USF 7:00 p.m. SETON HALL at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. 6 LOUSIVILLE at CINCINNATI 4:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. Georgetown at Saint Mary’s 10:00 a.m. VILLANOVA at NOTRE DAME 2:05 p.m. PITTSBURGH at USF 6:00 p.m. SETON HALL at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. 7 LOUSIVILLE at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. Georgetown at Saint Mary’s 10:00 a.m. VILLANOVA at NOTRE DAME 1:05 p.m. SETON HALL at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. 9 Cincinnati vs. Xavier20 7:00 p.m. Northeastern at Connecticut 3:00 p.m. George Washington at Georgetown 3:00 p.m. Louisville at W. Kentucky 7:00 p.m. Michigan at Notre Dame 5:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Youngstown State 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at Fordham 3:30 p.m. St. John’s at Columbia 3:30 p.m. 10 Cincinnati vs. TBD 20 TBA Connecticut at Brown 3:30 p.m. Eastern Michigan at Notre Dame 5:35 p.m. Seton Hall at Wagner TBA UCF at USF 7:00 p.m. Long Island at Villanova 3:15 p.m. 12 CINCINNATI at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at VILLANOVA 3:15 p.m. ST JOHN’S at GEORGETOWN 3:00 p.m.

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Elon at Louisville NOTRE DAME at LOUISVILLE Seton Hall at Houston Alcorn State at USF CINCINNATI at RUTGERS CONNECTICUT at VILLANOVA ST. JOHN’S at GEORGETOWN Elon at Louisville NOTRE DAME at PITTSBURGH Seton Hall at Houston Alcorn State at USF CINCINNATI at RUTGERS CONNECTICUT at VILLANOVA ST. JOHN’S at GEORGETOWN Elon at Louisville NOTRE DAME at PITTSBURGH Seton Hall at Houston Alcorn State at USF Dayton at Cincinnati Farfield at Connecticut Georgetown at George Mason Louisville at Kentucky Notre Dame at Michigan Youngstown State at Pittsburgh Rutgers at Lafayette Albany at St. John’s USF at Stetson Saint Joseph’s at Villanova Ohio State at Cincinnati Bowling Green at Notre Dame Coppin State at Pittsburgh (DH) Monmouth at Rutgers Princeton at St. John’s Iona at Seton Hall VILLANOVA at CINCINNATI USF at CONNECTICUT GEORGETOWN at SETON HALL LOUISVILLE at ST. JOHN’S Quinnipiac at Notre Dame RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH VILLANOVA at CINCINNATI USF at CONNECTICUT GEORGETOWN at SETON HALL LOUISVILLE at ST. JOHN’S Quinnipiac at Notre Dame RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH VILLANOVA at CINCINNATI USF at CONNECTICUT GEORGETOWN at SETON HALL LOUISVILLE at ST. JOHN’S Quinnipiac at Notre Dame

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RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH Noon Massachusetts at Connecticut 3:00 p.m. Vanderbilt at Louisville 6:00 p.m. Toledo at Notre Dame 5:35 p.m. Rutgers at Delaware 3:30 p.m. Seton Hall at Monmouth TBA USF at Florida 7:00 p.m. Villanova at Temple 3:00 p.m. Connecticut at Bryant 3:30 p.m. Georgetown at Coppin State 7:00 p.m. Michigan State at Notre Dame 5:35 p.m. Wagner at Rutgers 3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Boston College 21 5:00 p.m. Lehigh at Seton Hall 4:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at NOTRE DAME 5:35 p.m. GEORGETOWN at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. Rutgers vs. Oklahoma State22 TBA ST. JOHN’S at USF 7:00 p.m. SETON HALL at VILLANOVA 3:15 p.m. CINCINNATI at PITTSBURGH (DH) 1:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT vs. NOTRE DAME 2:05 p.m. GEORGETOWN at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. Rutgers vs. Creighton22 TBA ST. JOHN’S at USF 6:00 p.m. SETON HALL at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. CINCINNATI at PITTSBURGH Noon CONNECTICUT at NOTRE DAME 1:05 p.m. GEORGETOWN at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. Rutgers vs. Nebraska22 TBA ST. JOHN’S at USF 1:00 p.m. SETON HALL at VILLANOVA 12:15 p.m. Miami (Ohio) at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. Maryland Eastern Shore at Georgetown 7:00 p.m. Western Kentucky at Louisville 6:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Central Michigan 4:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at West Virginia 6:00 p.m. Rutgers at Hofstra 3:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Saint Peter’s TBA Bethune-Cookman at USF 7:00 p.m. Temple at Villanova 3:15 p.m.

MAY 1 Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio) Holy Cross at Connecticut Coppin State at Georgetown Rutgers at Delaware Iona at St. John’s Stetson at USF 3 SETON HALL at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at RUTGERS PITTSBURGH at GEORGETOWN

6:00 3:00 7:00 3:00 6:00 7:00 6:30 3:00 7:00

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LOUISVILLE at VILLANOVA USF at NOTRE DAME St. John’s at Miami (Fla.) SETON HALL at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at RUTGERS PITTSBURGH at GEORGETOWN LOUISVILLE at VILLANOVA USF at NOTRE DAME St. John’s at Miami SETON HALL at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at RUTGERS PITTSBURGH at GEORGETOWN LOUISVILLE at VILLANOVA USF at NOTRE DAME St. John’s at Miami Cincinnati at Xavier Xavier at Cincinnati Indiana at Louisville Ohio at Pittsburgh Santa Clara at Cincinnati VILLANOVA at PITTSBURGH USF at SETON HALL Santa Clara at Cincinnati LOUISVILLE at CONNECTICUT (DH) GEORGETOWN at RUTGERS NOTRE DAME at ST. JOHN’S (DH) VILLANOVA at PITTSBURGH USF at SETON HALL Santa Clara at Cincinnati LOUISVILLE at CONNECTICUT GEORGETOWN at RUTGERS (DH) NOTRE DAME at ST. JOHN’S VILLANOVA at PITTSBURGH USF at SETON HALL Butler at Cincinnati Connecticut at Rhode Island Georgetown at UMBC Louisville at Ohio State Notre Dame at Central Michigan Kent State at Pittsburgh USF at Florida Gulf Coast Villanova at Penn State NOTRE DAME at CINCINNATI Connecticut at George Mason VILLANOVA at GEORGETOWN PITTSBURGH at LOUISVILLE RUTGERS at USF ST. JOHN’S at SETON HALL NOTRE DAME at CINCINNATI Connecticut at George Mason VILLANOVA at GEORGETOWN

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PITTSBURGH at LOUISVILLE RUTGERS at USF ST. JOHN’S at SETON HALL NOTRE DAME at CINCINNATI Connecticut at George Mason VILLANOVA at GEORGETOWN PITTSBURGH at LOUISVILLE RUTGERS at USF ST. JOHN’S at SETON HALL

6:00 6:00 1:00 1:00 3:00

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p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. TBA Noon 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

All times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge – Dunedin, Fla. Snowbird Baseball Classic – Sarasota, Fla. USA Baseball Classic – Cary, N.C. First Pitch Invitational – Greenville, S.C. UCF Tournament – Orlando, Fla. Davidson Tournament – Davidson, N.C. North Carolina Tournament – Raleigh, N.C. Stetson Tournament – DeLand, Fla. Irish Baseball Classic – Cary, N.C. Bulldog Challenge – Charleston, S.C. Dodgertown Classic – Los Angeles, Calif. Panther Classic I – Pittsburgh, Pa. Villanova Baseball Classic – Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Strike Out Cancer Tournament – South Orange, N.J. Panther Classic II – Pittsburgh, Pa. Big Five Baseball Bash – Philadelphia, Pa. Played at Citi Field – Flushing, N.Y. Liberty Bell Classic, Round One – Philadelphia, Pa. Liberty Bell Classic, Round Two – TBA Joe Nuxhall Classic – Cincinnati, Ohio Played at Thomas Dodd Stadium – Norwich, Conn. TD Ameritrade Classic – Omaha, Neb.

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c i n c i n n at i Head Coach B r i a n C l e a ry

Quick Facts Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Red & Black Enrollment: 42,421 Founded: 1819 Director of Athletics: Whit Babcock Assistant Coaches: J.D. Heilmann, Greg Mamula, Sam Slavik Baseball Office Phone: 513-556-1577 2012 Record: 18-38 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 7-20/12th 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Jeff Geiser Email: jeff.geiser@uc.edu Phone: 513-556-0618 Website: GoBearcats.com

Career Record/Years 412-497-1/17 years Record at Cincinnati/Years 412-497/17 years

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No. Name Pos. Cl. B/T 34 Ryan Atkinson RHP So. R/R 27 Bryan Chenoweth RHP R-Fr. R/R 35 Russell Clark C Fr. R/R 32 Colton Cleary LHP Fr. L/L 19 Mike Conrad LHP Fr. L/L 43 Mark Downs LHP Fr. L/L 37 Will Drake* OF So. L/R 25 Thomas Gentile LHP Sr. L/L 16 Justin Glass OF Jr. L/R 5 Ian Happ IF Fr. S/R 2 Colin Hawk IF Fr. R/R 15 Evan Hills RHP So. R/R 28 Anthony Hunt C Fr. R/R 31 J.P. Jackson IF/C Sr. R/R 9 Brennan Laird OF Fr. R/R 39 Matthew Lathuras RHP So. R/R 38 Alex Lilley LHP So. L/L 4 Ethan McAlpine OF So. R/R 49 Christian McElroy RHP Jr. R/R 23 Jeff Murray IF Fr. L/R 18 Brendon Neel OF Jr. R/R 29 Aaron Oesch C So. R/R 24 Mitch Patishall RHP Fr. R/R 7 Forrest Perron IF Fr. R/R 44 Austin Pritchard RHP Fr. R/R 30 Ryan Quinn IF Jr. R/R 21 Matt Ring RHP So. R/R 3 Taylor Schmidt OF Fr. L/R 17 Kyle Seeger 1B Fr. L/L 26 Andrew Strenge RHP Sr. R/R 46 Grant Walker RHP So. R/R 10 Woody Wallace C Fr. R/R 14 Connor Walsh RHP Fr. L/R 33 Art Warren RHP So. R/R 8 Devin Wenzel IF Fr. R/R 22 Matt Williams IF Jr. R/R *Ineligible to play in 2013 due to NCAA transfer rules

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Ht. 6-3 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-8 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-3 5-8 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-9 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-10

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 208 Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain 178 Lafayette, Ind./McCutcheon 203 Wexford, Pa./Pine-Richland 174 Nicholasville, Ky./Lexington Catholic 200 West Chester, Ohio/Lakota East 146 Union, Ky./Ryle 161 Fairfield, Ohio/Fairfield/Michigan 198 Westerville, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales 206 Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll 192 Pittsburgh, Pa./Mt. Lebanon 179 Beech Grove, Ind./Roncalli 165 Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota East 211 Amelia, Ohio/Amelia 168 Bowling Green, Ky./Bowling Green/West. Kentucky 192 Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls 194. Sherman Oaks, Calif./Notre Dame 203 Kettering, Ohio/Fairmont 149 Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller 191 Middletown, Ohio/Monroe/Sinclair CC 212 Reynoldsburg, Ohio/Reynoldsburg 199 Festus, Mo./Festus/Jefferson College 204 Portsmouth, Ohio/Minford 198 Pendleton, Ind./Pendleton Heights 163 Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville 199 Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville 177 Sparta, N.J./Sparta 187 Muncie, Ind./Yorktown 180 Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills 194 Cincinnati, Ohio/Reading 198 Yardley, Pa./Holy Ghost Prep 178 Brookeville, Ohio/Northmont 187 Lewis Center, Ohio/Olentangy 176 Wayne, Pa./Radnor 210 Stryker, Ohio/Napoleon 179 Blandon, Pa./Fleetwood Area 180 Mason, Ohio/Cincinnati Hills Christian

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 at Florida Atlantic 16 at Florida Atlantic 17 at Florida Atlantic 22 vs. Michigan State # 23 vs. Furman # 24 vs. Western Carolina # MARCH 1 New York Tech 2 New York Tech 3 New York Tech 5 at Kentucky 8 E. Michigan 9 E. Michigan 10 E. Michigan 12 Purdue 15 W. Michigan 16 W. Michigan 17 W. Michigan 19 at Wright State 20 N. Kentucky 22 at USF 23 at USF 24 at USF 26 Ohio 28 at ST. JOHN’S (DH) 30 at ST. JOHN’S APRIL 3 Toledo 5 LOUSIVILLE 6 LOUSIVILLE 7 LOUSIVILLE 9 vs. Xavier ^ 10 vs. TBA ^ 12 at RUTGERS 13 at RUTGERS 14 at RUTGERS 16 Dayton 17 Ohio State 19 VILLANOVA 20 VILLANOVA 21 VILLANOVA 27 at PITTSBURGH (DH) 28 at PITTSBURGH 30 Miami (Ohio) MAY 1 at Miami (Ohio) 3 SETON HALL 4 SETON HALL 5 SETON HALL 7 at Xavier 8 Xavier 10 Santa Clara 11 Santa Clara 12 Santa Clara 14 Butler 16 NOTRE DAME 17 NOTRE DAME 18 NOTRE DAME

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B e a r c at s 2012 Results 18-38, 7-20 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 vs. Indiana# L, 4-7 18 vs. Purdue# L, 0-6 19 vs. Penn State# L, 3-5 24 vs. Georgetown* L, 6-11 25 at Wake Forest* L, 0-7 26 vs. UMBC* W, 13-0 MARCH 2 Oakland W, 4-2 3 Oakland W, 5-4 Oakland W, 5-4 4 Oakland L, 5-6 9 Chicago State W, 9-2 10 Chicago State W, 6-0 Chicago State W, 20-4 11 Chicago State W, 4-3 16 Michigan State L, 3-4 17 Michigan State L, 4-5 (14) 18 Michigan State L, 4-9 20 at Butler L, 5-7 21 Kentucky L, 7-10 23 at LOUISVILLE L, 2-10 24 at LOUISVILLE L, 4-5 25 at LOUISVILLE L, 4-12 28 at Dayton W, 17-8 30 PITTSBURGH W, 2-0 31 PITTSBURGH L, 0-6 APRIL 1 PITTSBURGH L, 9-10 (11) 3 at Ohio W, 11-2 5 USF L, 2-8 6 USF L, 2-3 (12) 7 USF L, 5-8 10 vs. Wright State^ L, 2-3 11 vs. Xaver^ L, 2-4 13 at NOTRE DAME L, 9-10 14 at NOTRE DAME L, 5-6 15 at NOTRE DAME W, 6-2 17 at Kentucky L, 0-7 18 at Ohio State W, 6-5 20 ST. JOHN’S L, 1-14 21 ST. JOHN’S L, 4-9 22 ST. JOHN’S L, 0-9 24 at Xavier L, 1-4 25 Xavier L, 4-7 (10) 27 RUTGERS L, 1-3 (10) 28 RUTGERS L, 1-13 29 RUTGERS L, 2-5 MAY 2 Wright State L, 1-10 5 at CONNECTICUT L, 3-4 at CONNECTICUT W, 1-0 6 at CONNECTICUT L, 4-6 (13) 9 at Miami (Ohio) L, 5-7 11 at VILLANOVA W, 5-2 12 at VILLANOVA L, 3-7 13 at VILLANOVA W, 7-3 17 GEORGETOWN W, 11-6 18 GEORGETOWN W, 8-7 19 GEORGETOWN L, 4-15 BIG EAST games in CAPS # - BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge * - Wake Forest Tournament ^ - Joe Nuxhall Classic

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Junior Justin Glass

Notebook • Head coach Brian Cleary enters his 17th season at Cincinnati. With 412 career wins, Cleary is the alltime winningest coach in UC history. • Junior outfielder Justin Glass, a 2012 All-BIG EAST First Team and ABCA/Rawlings Mideast Region Second Team, returns to lead the UC offense. • In 2012, Glass was one of six BIG EAST players to finish among conference leaders in batting average (.366 - 4th) and steals (15 - t-11th). His 83 hits and 21 doubles were tied for second in the league and ranked 15th and 23rd, respectively, in all of NCAA Division I baseball. His 83 hits are 13th all-time in the UC single-season record book, while his 21 doubles are tied for fourth. • Senior lefthander Thomas Gentile returns after leading the team in strikeouts (60) and opponent batting average (.245) last season. He finished 11th in BIG EAST in ERA (3.22) and opponent batting average (.245). His 25 batters struck out looking and 31 fewest runs allowed were sixth in the conference, while he ranked third in the BIG EAST in fewest hits allowed with 57 and tied for eighth in the league in fewest earned runs allowed (24). • Cincinnati’s 15-man recruiting class, which features 14 true freshmen, was listed as a top class in the Upper Midwest/Great Plains Region by Baseball America.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player GLASS, Justin BIELEK, Joey PROCTOR, Jake KLINE, Braden WILLIAMS, Matt JONES, T.J. SPENCE, Nic Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .366 .330 .284 .243 .241 .234 .196 .264  .297  .246 .303

PITCHING Player ERA MORRIS, Zach   3.11  GENTILE, Thomas   3.22  McELROY, Christian   4.41  PASCUZZI, Jason   2.38  ISLER, Zach   2.78  HOUGH, Cory   3.97  ATKINSON, Ryan   5.23  Totals   5.03  Opponents   3.94  BIG EAST Totals 5.52  BIG EAST Opponents 3.42 Italics indicates returning player

GP-GS AB 56-56 227 56-56 230 42-42 183 51-48 181 54-52 199 44-39 154 56-54 179 56-56  1967  56-56  1997  27-27 926 27-27 988 W-L 3-4  2-3  4-6  0-0  1-5  1-0  1-2  18-38  38-18  7-20 20-7

R 39 28 29 17 31 14 19 261  336  105 183

APP-GS 14-12  23-1  13-9  8-0  22-4  17-0  8-2  56-56  56-56  27-27   27-27

H 83 76 52 44 48 36 35 520  593  228 299

2B 21 16 10 15 6 5 8 101  90  44 43

3B 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 10  10  4 1

HR 3 1 3 3 2 4 3 24  29  10 19

RBI 26 31 28 32 19 23 21 244  307  97 171

BB 20 18 9 12 21 10 25 179  210  82 101

HBP SO 5 58 1 40 7 41 2 40 3 64 3 32 2 45 39  448  68  395  20 227 34 171

SB-ATT 15-23 5-8 14-19 5-6 11-14 0-1 2-2 69-93  45-67  24-35 24-34

CG 1  0  0  0  0  0  0  1  3  1  3

SHO 1/3  0/0  0/1  0/1  0/2  0/0  0/0  4/3  5/3  2 /1 2/0

SV 0  1  0  1  5  0  0  7  16  2  6

IP H 75.1  72  67.0  57  63.1  59  11.1  15  55.0  50  22.2  28  20.2  17  505.0  593  509.2  520  246.0  299  250.0 228

R 33  31  36  4  24  15  14  336  261  183  105

ER 26  24  31  3  17  10  12  282  223  151  95

SO 53  60  46  11  55  17  26  395  448  171  227

BB 24  26  31  0  26  8  14  210  179  101  82

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connecticut Head Coach Jim Penders

Quick Facts Location: Storrs, Conn. Nickname: Huskies Colors: National Flag Blue (Navy) & White Enrollment: 30,034 Founded: 1881 Director of Athletics: Warde Manuel Assistant Coaches: Jeff Hourigan, Joshua MacDonald, Chris Podeszwa Baseball Office Phone: 860-486-4089 2012 Record: 31-27-1 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 16-11/T-5th 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Brendan Flynn Email: brendan.s.flynn@uconn.edu Phone: 860-486-1496 Website: UConnHuskies.com

Career Record/Years 320-211-4/9 years Record at Connecticut/Years 320-211-4/9 years

J.O. Christian Field Capacity - 2,000 No. 6 44 19 27 43 1 18 25 22 7 21 11 36 39 24 2 31 20 32 40 3 8 34 15 42 9 13 4 23 26 12 45 10

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Name Ryan Brahm Pat Butler Stephen Catalina Christian Colletti Carson Cross Bryan Daniello Matt D’Ariano Connor David Dan Feehan Billy Ferriter Michael Healey Will Jolin David Mahoney Anthony Marzi LJ Mazzilli Max McDowell Bobby Melley Ryan Moore Willie Nastasi Michael Niego Matt O’Neil Devin Over Stanley Paul Ryan Radue Jed Robinson Vinny Siena Max Slade Jack Sundberg Jordan Tabakman Jon Testani Tom Verdi Brian Ward Eric Yavarone

Pos. UT RHP RHP LHP RHP IF/OF RHP C RHP OF RHP RHP LHP LHP IF C C/1B OF/RHP RHP LHP IF RHP/UT OF RHP LHP IF RHP OF RHP IF IF LHP OF

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

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

Ht. 5-9 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-2

Wt. 170 225 215 195 205 155 191 195 170 200 185 205 200 192 190 194 210 185 180 183 175 185 175 190 183 182 170 175 215 180 185 185 190

Hometown/Previous School East Lyme, Conn./St. Thomas More Prep Chatham, N.J./Chatham Wolcott, Conn./Wolcott Rockville, Centre, N.Y./Southside Brentwood, N.H./Exeter Norwalk, Conn./Brien McMahon Yonkers, Conn./Iona Prep Cheshire, Conn./Cheshire Nashua, N.H./Nashua South Nashua, N.H./Nashua South Tunkhannock, Pa./Tunkhannock Guilford, Conn./Guilford Colchester, Conn./Bacon Academy Berlin, Conn./Berlin Greenwich, Conn./IMG Pendleton North Huntington, Pa./Norwin Barnstable, Mass./Boston College H.S. Bristol, Conn./Saint Paul Catholic Centerville, Mass./Barnstable Hillsdale, N.J./Pascack Valley East Longmeadow, Mass./East Longmeadow Windsor, Conn./Windsor Stamford, Conn./UConn-Avery Point/Westhill Appleton, Wis./Fox Valley Lutheran Winchester, Mass./Avon Old Farms Woodbridge, Conn./Amity Cheshire, Conn./Cheshire Mansfield, Conn./Avon Old Farms Pompton Plains, N.J./North Carolina Monroe, Conn./Masuk Warwick, R.I./Bishop Hendricken Milford, Conn./Foran North Haven, Conn./North Haven

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 vs. Purdue* 16 vs. Indiana* 17 vs. Purdue* 22 at UCF # 23 vs. Troy # 24 vs. Texas Tech # MARCH 1 vs. Ohio State^ 2 vs. Central Michigan^ 3 at Stetson^ 8 at Sam Houston State 9 at Sam Houston State 10 at Sam Houston State 12 at Central Conn. St. 13 at Sacred Heart 15 at Presbyterian 16 at Presbyterian 17 at Presbyterian 19 at Coll. of Charleston 22 GEORGETOWN 23 GEORGETOWN 24 GEORGETOWN 26 at Hartford 28 at SETON HALL (DH) 30 at SETON HALL APRIL 1 Quinnipiac 2 Boston College 3 at Yale 5 ST. JOHN’S 6 ST. JOHN’S 7 ST. JOHN’S 9 Northeastern 10 Brown 12 at VILLANOVA 13 at VILLANOVA 14 at VILLANOVA 16 Farfield 19 USF 20 USF 21 USF 23 UMass 24 at Bryant 26 at NOTRE DAME 27 at NOTRE DAME 28 at NOTRE DAME MAY 1 Holy Cross 3 at RUTGERS 4 at RUTGERS 5 at RUTGERS 11 LOUISVILLE (DH) 12 LOUISVILLE 14 at Rhode Island 16 at George Mason 17 at George Mason 18 at George Mason

4:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS * BIG Ten/BIG EAST Challenge # UCF Tournament Orlando, Fla. ^ Stetson Tournament DeLand, Fla.

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Huskies 2012 Results 31-27-1, 16-11 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 vs. Indiana* W, 8-0 18 vs. Purdue* L, 4-9 19 vs. Ohio State* L, 5-9 24 vs Xavier# W, 7-2 25 vs. College of Charleston# L, 6-10 26 vs. Rhode Island# L, 0-2 MARCH 2 vs. Libscomb^ W, 4-2 at Mississippi State^ L, 4-5 3 at Mississippi State^ L, 1-3 4 vs. Lipscomb^ W, 6-5 9 vs. Oklahoma $ W, 8-7 10 vs. Illinois $ L, 1-5 vs. Oreegon State $ W, 6-3 11 at Oregon L, 4-0 12 vs. Seattle Cancelled 16 vs. UAB % L, 4-15 17 at Coastal Carolina % L, 2-6 18 vs. Michigan % L, 5-7 21 Yale W, 8-0 23 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 10-7 24 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 15-4 25 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 8-1 27 Hartford W, 11-6 28 Central Connecticut W, 7-4 30 SETON HALL W, 2-1 (11) SETON HALL L, 6-10 APRIL 1 SETON HALL W, 7-1 2 at Massachusetts W, 12-5 3 at Boston College L, 5-8 5 at PITTSBURGH W, 8-2 6 at PITTSBURGH W, 3-1 7 at PITTSBURGH W, 5-3 9 at Quinnipiac W, 12-7 11 at Brown L, 7-8 13 at ST. JOHN’S L, 7-8 14 at ST. JOHN’S L, 2-8 15 at ST. JOHN’S W, 8-7 (11) 17 at Fairfield W, 13-8 20 RUTGERS W, 9-8 RUTGERS W, 9-8 (10) 21 RUTGERS L, 0-15 24 Bryant L, 1-7 27 at LOUISVILLE L, 0-5 28 at LOUISVILLE L, 6-14 29 at LOUISVILLE W, 7-4 MAY 5 CINCINNATI W, 4-3 CINCINNATI L, 0-1 6 CINCINNATI W, 6-4 (13) 8 at Northeastern W, 8-7 11 at USF L, 2-3 12 at USF L, 0-3 13 at USF L, 3-8 15 Rhode Island T, 2-2 17 NOTRE DAME W, 2-1 18 NOTRE DAME L, 0-4 19 NOTRE DAME W, 4-0 23 vs. USF~ W, 7-2 25 vs. Connecticut~ W, 4-1 26 vs. USF~ L, 0-1 27 vs. USF~ L, 1-2 Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS * BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge # Cougar Invitational ^ Mississippi State Tournament $ Nike Showcase % Costal Tournament ~ BIG EAST Championship

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Junior Anthony Marzi

Senior LJ Mazilli

Notebook • • • • •

Ninth round MLB draft pick LJ Mazzilli returns for his senior season. Mazzilli was selected the 2013 BIG EAST Player of the Year. Mazzilli and fifth-year senior captain Billy Ferriter will look to rewrite the UConn record books in several major categories including runs, hits, stolen bases, at-bats and triples. The senior class aims for a return trip to the NCAA Tournament after missing out for the first time in their careers in 2012. Junior LHP Anthony Marzi established himself as the team’s ace despite just three wins last year and will take over as the Friday starter. Several freshman infielders will be expected to make an early impact either at third base, in the infield or as the designated hitter.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player MAZZILI, LJ   MARTIN, Tim   FERRITER, Billy   FULLER, Ryan   VERDI, Tom   YAVARONE, Eric   PAVONE, Joe   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .339  .327  .319  .305  .289  .270  .250  .285  .250  .279  .237

GP-GS AB 58-58  239  49-44  196  56-56  238  59-59  220  57-57  218  59-56  211  47-44  152  59-59  2055  59-59  1988  27 -27 952  27-27 933

PITCHING Player MARZI, Anthony   FISCHER, David   OBERG, Scott   CROSS, Carson   OVER, Devin   MAHONEY, David   JOLIN, Will   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

ERA 2.55  3.47  0.99  1.21  1.69  1.89  4.18  3.81  4.35  3.23  4.25

W-L 3-8  5-6  5-0  3-1  0-0  1-0  1-0  31-27  27-31  16-11 11-16

R 43  26  43  35  38  23  18  297  295  128  133

APP-GS 15-15  16-10  22-0  18-2  5-0  10-0  14-0  59-59  59-59  27-27   27-27

H 81  64  76  67  63  57  38  585  497  266  221

2B 19  11  6  16  8  7  7  99  74  47  35

3B 2  1  2  5  1  1  1  14  12  5  5

CG 3  1  0  0  0  0  0  4  5  3  3

SHO SV 0/0  0  0/0  0  0/2  9  0/1  1  0/0  0  0/0  0  0/0  1  3/3  11  8/5  12  1 /1 4  5/4 6

HR 9  3  1  4  4  1  3  29  17  11  9

RBI 38  23  31  37  35  24  19  275  235  114  104

BB 22  8  22  33  12  13  11  177  187  70  71

HBP 5  1  5  8  12  6  8  75  61  37 26

SO 30  23  29  46  37  30  22  344  386  159  177

SB-ATT 16-21  5-8  24-29  9-17  10-13  0-3  3-6  77-117  58-79  33-51  25-31

IP H 98.2  76  80.1  76  36.1  19  37.1  29  5.1  5  19.0  15  23.2  28  520.1  497  524.0  585  245.0  221  245.2 266

R 42  42  6  9  1  6  17  295  297  133  128

ER 28  31  4  5  1  4  11  220  253  88  116

BB 20  27  13  6  1  8  2  187  177  71  70

SO 64  68  36  28  2  11  14  386  344  177  159

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Georgetown Head Coach Pete Wilk

Quick Facts

Location: Washington, D.C. Nickname: Hoyas Colors: Blue & Gray Enrollment: 15,318 Founded: 1789 Director of Athletics: Lee Reed Associate Head Coach: Curtis Brown Assistant Coaches: Phil Disher, Thomas DiBenedetto Baseball Office Phone: 202-687-2462 2012 Record: 24-29 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 10-17/T-8th 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Mike “Mex” Carey Email: mbc32@georgetown.edu Phone: 202-687-2475 Website: GUHoyas.com

Career Record/Years 271-482/13 seasons Record at Georgetown/Years 271-482/13 seasons

Shirley Povich Field Capacity - 1,500 No. 20 35 19 32 16 17 5 18 26 11 33 28 13 3 15 43 14 9 4 22 7 25 10 12 27 29 39 8 21

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Name Justin Abbott Max Allen Steve Anderson Alex Baker Gino Basso Paul Bello Corbin Blakey Will Brown Ryan Busch Patrick Camporini Jordan Chudacoff Nick Collins Tim Davis Neal Dennison Nick Gianforte James Heine Matt Hollenbeck Justin Leeson Trevor Matern Mike Norton Thomas Polus Curtiss Pomeroy Danny Poplawski Roberto Rodriguez Joe Sleiman Matt Smith Charles Steinman Jack Vander Linden Christian Venditti Eric Webber

Pos. OF RHP 1B RHP LHP OF IF RHP IF LHP RHP C RHP RHP 1B/C RHP LHP OF/C IF IF LHP SS IF C C RHP RHP RHP OF C

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

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

Ht. 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-5 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-6 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-8 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-1

Wt. 180 195 240 200 165 180 175 200 175 175 180 250 170 175 180 225 200 200 185 180 160 190 180 170 190 205 200 185 185 175

Hometown/Previous School Raleigh, N.C./Millbrook Highland Park, Ill./Highland Park Albany, N.Y./Northfield Mt. Herman Prep (Mass.) Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell Glen Allen, Va./Godwin Towaco, N.J./Delbarton Alpharetta, Ga./Centennial Chesterfield, Va./Matoaca Falcon Heights, Minn./Roseville Area Safety Harbor, Fla./ Clearwater Central Catholic Highland Park, Ill./New Trier/Lawrenceville Carthage, N.C./Union Pines Vienna, Va./James Madison Houston, Texas/Lamar Fredericksburg, Va./Riverbend Chapel Hill, N.C./East Chapel Hill Horsham, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham Exton, Pa/West Chester Santa Clarita, Calif./Hart Great Falls, Va./Georgetown Prep Crown Point, Ind./Andrean Shrewsbury, Mass./Saint John’s/Phillips Andover Bellevue, Wash./The Overlake School Clermont, Fla./Montverde Academy Windermere, Fla./Lake Highland Prep Cranberry Twp, Pa./Seneca Valley Rockville Centre, N.Y./Chaminade Dallas, Texas/Episcipal School of Dallas Newtonville, Mass./St. Sebastian’s Country Day Stockton, Calif./Saint Mary’s

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 at Wofford 16 vs. UNC Asheville 17 vs. USC Upstate 22 vs. TBD # 23 vs. TBD # 24 vs. TBD # 27 George Mason MARCH 2 vs. Air Force^ 3 vs. Michigan^ 4. vs. Valparaiso^ 5 vs. Toledo^ 7 vs. Bowling Green^ 8 vs. Chicago State^ 9 vs. Iowa^ 10 vs. Central Michigan^ 13 UMBC 15 Princeton 16 Princeton 17 Princeton 19 at George Washington 20 at UMES 22 at CONNECTICUT 23 at CONNECTICUT 24 at CONNECTICUT 28 USF 29 USF 30 USF APRIL 5 at Saint Mary’s 6 at Saint Mary’s 7 at Saint Mary’s 9 George Washington 12 ST. JOHN’S 13 ST. JOHN’S 14 ST. JOHN’S 16 at George Mason 19 at SETON HALL 20 at SETON HALL 21 at SETON HALL 24 at Coppin State 26 at LOUISVILLE 27 at LOUISVILLE 28 at LOUISVILLE 30 UMES MAY 1 Coppin State 3 PITTSBURGH 4 PITTSBURGH 5 PITTSBURGH 11 at RUTGERS 12 at RUTGERS (DH) 14 at UMBC 16 VILLANOVA 17 VILLANOVA 18 VILLANOVA

4:00 p.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA 3:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. Noon 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. Noon 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. TBA

Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS # Davidson Tournament Davidson, N.C. ^ Snowbird Classic Port Charlotte, Fla.

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H o ya s 2012 Results 24-29, 10-17 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 at Charleston Southern W, 2-1 18 at Charleston Southern L, 2-6 Charleston Southern W, 12-3 22 Coppin State W, 17-11 24 vs. Cincinnati^ W, 11-6 24 vs. UMBC^ W,13-6 25 vs. UMBC^ W, 11-4 26 at Wake Forest^ L, 2-5 MARCH 3 vs. St. Bonaventure W, 12-7 4 vs. St. Bonaventure W, 5-3 5 vs. Bowling Green L, 3-4 6 vs. Northeastern L, 7-9 (10) 7 vs. Yale L, 2-3 9 vs. Yale W, 9-3 10 vs. Iowa W, 6-1 11 vs. Bucknell L, 3-18 14 at Mt. St. Mary’s L, 9-10 16 at George Washington W, 13-2 17 at George Washington L, 2-4 (10) 18 at George Washington L, 6-8 (14) 20 at George Mason L, 8-12 23 at USF L, 0-6 24 at USF L, 1-6 25 at USF L, 2-7 28 Navy L, 3-6 30 RUTGERS W, 13-1 31 RUTGERS W, 13-12 (10) APRIL 1 RUTGERS L, 4-9 3 UMBC W, 7-1 5 LOUISVILLE L, 1-5 6 LOUISVILLE L, 1-12 7 LOUISVILLE W, 6-3 10 Mt. St. Mary’s W, 5-3 13 at VILLANOVA W, 6-5 14 at VILLANOVA L, 9-10 15 at VILLANOVA W, 8-2 20 NOTRE DAME L, 2-5 21 NOTRE DAME L, 4-7 22 NOTRE DAME L, 4-14 24 George Mason L, 3-6 28 at PITTSBURGH L, 0-5 29 at PITTSBURGH L, 3-8 at PITTSBURGH W, 6-3 MAY 1 at UMBC W, 13-8 4 SETON HALL L, 3-5 5 SETON HALL L, 1-2 6 SETON HALL W, 5-4 11 WEST VIRGINIA W, 5-3 12 WEST VIRGINIA L, 6-7 13 WEST VIRGINIA W, 3-2 (11) 17 at CINCINNATI L, 6-11 18 at CINCINNATI L, 7-8 29 at CINCINNATI W, 15-4 BIG EAST games in CAPS ^ Wake Forest Invitational * Rollins College Tournament

Senior Charlie Steinman

Senior Justin Leeson

Notebook • • • • • •

Georgetown enters the 2013 season coming off one of its best league seasons in recent history, posting a 10-17 record in the BIG EAST and finishing one game shy of its first tournament appearance since 1986 Leading the way for the Hoyas this season will be senior outfielder Justin Leeson; a Major League Baseball draft selection last year, Leeson hit .325 with eight doubles and 21 RBI last season The Hoyas will have to offset the losses of All-BIG EAST shortstop and MLB pick Mike Garza, as well as senior rightfielder Rand Ravnaas and two-year second base starter Andy Lentz Seniors Corbin Blakey (IF/OF), third baseman Trevor Matern and Danny Poplawski (1B/3B) should all step in to contribute this season, along with junior Steve Anderson (1B/DH) Senior pitcher Charles Steinman (4-5, 3.05 ERA, 4 saves) and senior Neal Dennison (4-3, 6.19, 12 starts) lead a young, but deeper pitching staff for the Hoyas Redshirt sophomore Jack Vander Linden led the team in wins with a 5-2 record and posted a 4.13 earned run average

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player GARZA, Mike   LEESON, Justin   RAVNAAS, Rand   BLAKEY, Corbin   MATERN, Trevor   LENTZ, Andy   POPLAWSKI, Danny   JOHNSON, Kevin   BELLO, Paul   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents PITCHING Player HARRIS, Will   VANDER LINDEN, Jack   DENNISON, Neal   STEINMAN, Charles   HOLLENBECK, Matt   BAKER, Alex   COSMOPULOS, Billy   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .393  .325  .325  .291  .280  .262  .255  .248  .230  .288  .306  .274  .319

GP-GS 53-52  51-51  50-49  46-37  47-38  52-52  44-35  50-45  51-49  53-53  53-53  27 -27 27-27

ERA 2.85  4.13  6.19  3.05  3.44  3.50  3.78  5.10  4.88  5.34  4.33

W-L 5-4  4-2  4-3  4-5  0-2  0-1  1-1  22-29  29-22  10-17 17-10

AB 219  212  194  148  157  183  137  165  174  1879  1868  937  941

APP-GS 13-13  15-9  12-12  26-0  15-0  6-4  13-0  53-53  53-53  27-27  27-27

R 40  40  37  26  22  27  24  38  13  320  316  134  166

H 86  69  63  43  44  48  35  41  40  542  571  257  300

2B 21  8  12  12  3  10  5  8  1  101  101  50  55

CG 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  2  0  2

SHO SV 0/0  0  0/0  0  0/0  0  0/0  5  0/0  0  0/0  0  0/0  0  0/0  7  2/2  9  0/0  3  2/2 3

3B 2  5  1  1  0  0  0  1  0  10  13  3  9

HR 8  2  2  3  0  1  1  4  0  27  34  11  18

IP H 75.2  80  65.1  72  64.0  82  44.1  42  18.1  18  18.0  17  16.2  14  471.1  571  474.0  542  236.0  300  239.0 257

RBI 44  21  37  24  20  22  22  26  20  291  282  121  147 R 31  38  52  19  8  13  7  316  320  166  134

BB 13  31  26  16  12  20  10  25  7  190  184  78  87 ER 24  30  44  15  7  7  7  267  257  140  115

HBP 5  4  1  6  4  5  11  9  5  65  78  27 44 BB 18  16  35  11  12  10  9  184  190  87  78

SO 22  40  30  32  30  30  26  41  26  358  275  185  130

SB-ATT 10-15  18-24  14-18  3-4  3-4  8-12  6-7  4-6  3-5  70-98  42-70  20-34  19-38

SO 38  34  34  37  11  7  12  275  358  130  185

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L o u i s v i ll e Head Coach Dan McDonnell

Quick Facts Location: Louisville, Ky. Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red & Black Enrollment: 22,000 Founded: 1798 Director of Athletics: Tom Jurich Assistant Coaches: Chris Lemonis, Roger Williams, Kyle Cheesebrough Baseball Office Phone: 502-852-0103 2012 Record: 41-22 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 18-9/T-1st 2012 Postseason: NCAA Regional Baseball SID Contact: Garett Wall Email: g0wall@louisville.edu Phone: 502-852-3088 Website: UofLsports.com

Career Record/Years 258-128/6 years Record at Louisville/Years 258-128/6 years

Jim Patterson Stadium Capacity - 4,000 2 0 13 R o s t e r No. 28 34 19 11 4 41 39 37 13 10 31 16 42 38 14 24 27 43 20 5 35 2 45 36 1 8 40 33 32 7 25 9 15 44 26 18 17 30

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Name Pos. Brandon Alphin RHP Michael Bollmer RHP/1B Nick Burdi RHP Joe Ceja RHP Alex Chittenden INF Shane Crain C Paul Das IF Jakson Deyer LHP Cody Ege LHP Adam Engel OF Joe Filomeno LHP Kyle Funkhouser RHP Jeff Gardner OF/C Aaron Gershenfeld C Kyle Gibson C Chad Green RHP Brad Hedden LHP Matt Helms OF Coco Johnson OF Anthony Kidston 1B/RHP Dace Kime RHP Zach Lucas IF Kyle McGrath LHP Jonah Philley IF/RHP Nick Ratajczak 2B Danny Rosenbaum 3B Jared Ruxer RHP Adam Schemenauer LHP Jordan Simons RHP Zack Soria IF/C Robert Strader LHP Jordan Striegel IF Cole Sturgeon OF/LHP Jeff Thompson RHP Zak Wasserman 1B Mike White OF Sutton Whiting IF Ty Young IF

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

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

Ht. 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-9 6-4 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-8 6-2 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-6 6-6 6-1 5-8 5-11

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 200 Mt. Washington, Ky./Bullitt East HS 210 Lexington, Ky./Bryan Station HS 218 Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove South HS 221 Ottawa, Ill./Marquette Academy 192 Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence Central HS 204 Lexington, Ky./Wabash Valley CC 183 Utrect, Netherlands/Het Nieuwe Lyceum 193 Wilmore, Ky./West Jessamine HS 182 Cherokee, Iowa/Cherokee Washington HS 208 Cincinnati, Ohio/Loveland HS 230 Cicero, Ill./St. Rita HS 204 Oak Forest, Ill./Oak Forest HS 218 Louisville, Ky./Whitefield Academy 217 Champaign, Ill./Butler University/Cushing Academy 205 Henderson, Ky./Henderson County HS 216 Effingham, Ill./Effingham HS 188 Succasunna, N.J./Roxbury HS 200 Eufaula, Okla./Seminole State CC/Eufaula HS 222 Benton Harbor, Mich./Central Arizona College 190 Defiance, Ohio/Defiance HS 219 Defiance, Ohio/Defiance HS 186 Louisville, Ky./Butler HS 177 Louisville, Ky./Eastern Kentucky/Butler HS 190 Louisville, Ky./Eastern HS 177 Joliet, Ill./Gulf Coast CC/Joliet Catholic Academy 200 Lafayette Hill, Pa./Chestnut Hill Academy 192 Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence Central HS 235 Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill South HS 172 Crestwood, Ky./South Oldham HS 178 Homer Glen, Ill./St. Rita HS 188 Louisville, Ky./Eastern HS 185 New Albany, Ind./New Albany HS 178 Owensboro, Ky./Owensboro Catholic HS 248 Greenville, Ind./Floyd Central HS 241 Stevensville, Mich./Lakeshore HS 207 East Orange, N.J./Salisbury HS 163 New Wilmington, Pa./Louisville Ballard HS 178 Coatesville, Pa./Malvern Preparatory School

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 vs. Indiana # 7:30 p.m. 16 vs. USF # 4:00 p.m. 17 vs. Purdue # 10:00 a.m. 20 E. Kentucky 3:00 p.m. 22 Akron 3:00 p.m. 23 Akron 2:00 p.m. 24 Akron 1:00 p.m. 26 Morehead State 3:00 p.m. MARCH 1 Kent State 3:00 p.m. 2 Kent State 1:00 p.m. 3 Kent State 1:00 p.m. 6 at E. Kentucky 3:00 p.m. 8 Alabama 3:00 p.m. 9 Alabama 1:00 p.m. 10 Alabama 1:00 p.m. 13 Purdue Noon 15 Xavier 3:00 p.m. 16 Xavier 1:00 p.m. 17 Xavier 1:00 p.m. 19 USC 6:00 p.m. 20 USC 3:00 p.m. 22 RUTGERS 6:00 p.m. 23 RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. 24 RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. 26 at Indiana 7:00 p.m. 28 NOTRE DAME 6:00 p.m. 29 NOTRE DAME 6:00 p.m. 30 NOTRE DAME 1:00 p.m. APRIL 2 Kentucky 6:00 p.m. 5 at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 6 at CINCINNATI 4:00 p.m. 7 at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. 9 at W. Kentucky 7:00 p.m. 12 Elon 6:00 p.m. 13 Elon 1:00 p.m. 14 Elon 1:00 p.m. 16 at Kentucky 6:30 p.m. 19 at ST. JOHN’S 6:00 p.m. 20 at ST JOHN’S 1:00 p.m. 21 at ST. JOHN’S Noon 23 Vanderbilt 6:00 p.m. 26 GEORGETOWN 6:00 p.m. 27 GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. 28 GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. 30 W. Kentucky 6:00 p.m. MAY 3 at VILLANOVA 3:45 p.m. 4 at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. 5 at VILLANOVA 12:15 p.m. 8 Indiana 6:00 p.m. 11 at CONNECTICUT (DH) 1:00 p.m. 12 at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. 14 at Ohio State 6:30 p.m. 16 PITTSBURGH 6:00 p.m. 17 PITTSBURGH 6:00 P.M. 18 PITTSBURGH (ESPNU) Noon

Dates and Times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS # Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge

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Cardinals 2012 Results 41-22, 18-9 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 vs. Minnesota# L, 1-7 (8) 18 vs. Illinois# W, 4-3 19 vs. Michigan State# W, 7-6 22 Eastern Kentucky W, 7-2 24 Oakland University W, 7-4 25 Oakland University W, 10-7 26 Oakland University W, 6-3 28 Eastern Illinois L, 2-3 MARCH 3 Peeperdine L, 2-3 Pepperdine W, 3-1 4 Pepperdine W, 7-3 6 Indiana W, 13-4 9 vs. Oral Roberts^ W, 7-3 10 at Alabama^ L, 6-7 11 vs. East Carolina^ L, 9-4 13 Ole Miss W, 4-3 14 Ole Miss L, 8-18 16 Ball State W, 9-4 17 Ball State W, 14-5 18 Ball State W, 13-5 20 Ohio State W, 20-0 23 CINCINNATI W, 10-2 24 CINCINNATI W, 5-4 25 CINCINNATI W, 12-4 27 at Purdue L, 1-2 (10) 30 VILLANOVA W, 12-1 31 VILLANOVA L, 2-5 APRIL 1 VILLANOVA W, 6-1 3 Western Kentucky W, 9-2 5 at GEORGETOWN W, 5-1 6 at GEORGETOWN W, 12-1 7 at GEORGETOWN L, 3-6 10 at Kentucky W, 12-0 13 SETON HALL L, 2-3 14 SETON HALL W, 12-7 15 SETON HALL L, 4-9 17 at Indiana W, 21-4 20 at USF W, 6-5 21 at USF W, 12-1 22 at USF L, 1-5 24 Kentucky W, 10-2 27 CONNECTICUT W, 5-0 28 CONNECTICUT W, 14-6 29 CONNECTICUT L, 4-7 MAY 1 at Western Kentucky L, 1-8 5 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 3-4 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 7-6 6 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 8-4 8 at Vanderbilt L, 2-3 11 ST. JOHN’S W, 5-0 12 ST. JOHN’S L, 2-6 13 ST. JOHN’S W, 6-4 15 Morehead State W, 8-3 17 at PITTSBURGH W, 6-5 (12) 18 at PITTSBURGH L, 2-8 19 at PITTSBURGH W, 9-5 23 vs. Pittsburgh~ W, 8-4 25 vs. Connecticut~ L, 1-4 vs. USF~ L, 2-6 JUNE 1 vs. New Mexico State* W, 3-2 2 vs. Arizona* L, 4-16 3 vs. Missouri* W, 11-3 vs. Arizona* L, 3-16 BIG EAST games in CAPS # - BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge ^ Alabama Tournament ~BIG EAST Championship * NCAA Tournament

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Junior Jeff Thompson

Junior Adam Engel

Notebook • After winning three regular season conference titles in the last four years, the Louisville baseball team was selected as the favorite to win the 2013 BIG EAST championship by the league’s head coaches. • The Cardinals led all teams with four players named to the 2013 Preseason All-BIG EAST Team -- junior outfielder Adam Engel (Cincinnati, Ohio/Loveland HS), junior designated hitter Jeff Gardner, junior right-handed pitcher Jeff Thompson and sophomore righty Jared Ruxer (Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence Central HS). • Louisville is led in 2013 by the return of seven of its school record 10 All-BIG EAST performers from last season, while most of the Cardinals’ pitching staff returns for 2013, led by Ruxer, the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and Freshman All-American right-hander. • Louisville returns 21 letterwinners from the 2012 team, which finished 41-22 and advanced to an NCAA Regional for the fifth time in six seasons. • In his six previous seasons leading the Cardinals, head coach Dan McDonnell is 258-122 with three BIG EAST regular-season titles, two BIG EAST Tournament titles, two NCAA Super Regional appearances and one College World Series berth. • The Cardinals were ranked No. 4 nationally in the preaseason Baseball America Poll.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player AVG GP-GS AB R H Ty Young   .344  57-54  180  42  62  Nick Ratajczak   .343  63-63  245  64  84  Cole Sturgeon   .321  63-62  221  42  71  Adam Engel   .308  51-50  214  43  66  Jeff Gardner   .299  58-47  167  35  50  Stewart Ijames   .259  63-63  239  48  62  Totals   .295  63-63  2139  427  632  Opponents   .254  63-63  2142  285  545  BIG EAST Totals .270  27 -27 899  175  243  BIG EAST Opponents .248 27-27 928 110 230 PITCHING Player ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO Justin Amlung   2.31  9-4  16-16  0  0/2  Jared Ruxer   3.38  8-3  16-14  0  0/2  Jeff Thompson   4.00  9-4  15-15  0  0/0  Travis Tingle   4.15  5-3  23-9  0  0/1  Chad Green   2.70  5-0  22-6  0  0/1  Joe Ceja   2.70  0-0  6-0  0  0/0  Matt Koch   3.34  1-2  22-0  0  0/3  Totals   3.61  41-22  63-63  0  4/4  Opponents   6.22  22-41  63-63  4  0/0  BIG EAST Totals 2.97  18-9 27-27  0  2 /2 BIG EAST Opponents 5.83 9-18 27-27 3 0/0

2B 9  11  11  4  9  15  105  76  45  30

3B 4  1  5  0  2  0  18  9  3  4

HR 6  0  1  1  2  12  31  21  11  3

SV 0  0  0  1  0  0  4  16  8  4  3

IP H 109.0  83  77.1  78  78.2  77  65.0  76  46.2  44  6.2  5  32.1  41  560.2  545  543.2  632  242.1  230  236.0 243

RBI BB 42  23  25  27  45  23  18  16  34  15  65  32  376  229  248  195  156  110  98 78

HBP SO SB-ATT 21  35  15-19  28  9  6-11  10  14  8-8  5  27  37-39  13  33  2-5  4  45  6-8  115  325  96-120  52  474  44-65  57 139  39-49  25 210 15-24

R ER 34  28  32  29  47  35  41  30  17  14  4  2  17  12  285  225  427  376  110  80  175 153

BB 26  15  38  16  23  5  8  195  229  78  110

SO 105  32  73  51  42  4  30  474  325  210  139

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Notre Dame Head Coach Mik Aoki

Quick Facts Location: Notre Dame, Ind. Nickname: Fighting Irish Colors: Gold & Blue Enrollment: 8,372 Founded: 1798 Director of Athletics: Jack Swarbrick Assistant Coaches: Jesse Woods, Chuck Ristano, Eddie Smith Baseball Office Phone: 574-631-6366 2012 Record: 31-27 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 14-13/7th 2012 Postseason: none Baseball SID Contact: Michael Bertsch Email: mbertsc1@nd.edu Phone: 574-631-8642 Website: UND.com

Career Record/Years 264-319-2/12 years Record at Notre Dame/Years 54-56-1/2 years

Frank Eck Stadium Capacity - 2,500 2 0 13 R o s t e r No. 27 10 19 36 12 21 6 35 1 18 2 32 11 28 51 13 7 30 31 16 8 3 20 5 15 33 26 25 4 14 37 22 40 42 17 24

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Name Breck Ashdown Conor Biggio Ryan Bull Pat Connaughton Kevin Connolly Joey Cresta Kevin DeFilippis Frank DeSico Adam Norton Sean Fitzgerald Jack Flaherty Connor Hale David Hearne Michael Hearne Donnie Hissa Mac Hudgins Eric Jagielo Forrest Johnson Scott Kerrigan Zak Kutsulis Blaise Lezynski Trey Mancini Charlie Markson Nick McCarty Jason McMurray Phil Mosey James Nevant Ricky Palmer Lane Richards Kyle Richardson Kyle Rubbinaccio Ricky Sanchez Dan Slania Matt Ternowchek Cristian Torres Patrick Veerkamp

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

Pos. RHP OF IF/OF RHP OF RHP IF IF RHP/IF RHP IF RHP RHP LHP RHP OF IF/OF C RHP LHP/OF IF/OF 1B OF RHP IF IF/C OF/IF C IF OF RHP C RHP RHP RHP RHP

B/T Ht. L/R 6-5 L/R 5-9 B/R 6-2 R/R 6-5 R/R 6-1 R/R 5-11 R/R 6-0 R/R 5-9 R/R 6-2 R/R 6-3 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-4 R/R 6-4 L/L 5-11 R/R 6-7 B/R 6-0 L/R 6-3 R/R 6-2 R/R 6-7 L/L 6-1 L/R 6-0 R/R 6-5 R/R 6-2 R/R 6-2 R/R 6-1 R/R 6-2 R/R 6-1 R/R 6-0 R/R 5-11 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-3 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-5 R/R 6-5 R/R 6-6 R/R 6-3

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 215 Tucson, Ariz./Catalina Foothills 150 Houston, Texas/St. Thomas 210 Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie 205 Danvers, Mass./S John’s Prep 190 Omaha, Neb./Creighton Prep 185 Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield North 170 Homer Glen, Ill./Providence Catholic 190 Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius 190 Highland, Ind./Andrean 175 McLean, Va./McLean 175 Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips 170 Carmel, Ind./Brebeuf Jesuit 190 Homer Glen, Ill./Providence Catholic 180 Palos Heights, Ill./Marist 245 Iron River, Wisc./Maple Northwestern 185 Richmond, Va./Douglas Freeman 215 Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove North 200 Hudson, Ohio/Hudson 215 Saugus, Calif./Saugus 185 Homer Glen, Ill./Providence Catholic 200 Newtown, Pa./Notre Dame H.S. (NJ) 225 Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven 200 Whitefish Bay, Wisc//Whitefish Bay 190 Westfield, Ind./Cathedral 185 West Des Moines, Iowa/Dowling Catholic 200 Fishers, Ind./Cathedral 200 Asheville, N.C./T.C. Roberson 200 Orland Park, Ill./Brother Rice 175 Pendleton, Ore./Pendleton 190 Park Ridge, Ill./Maine South 210 Manalpan, N.J./Manalpan 200 Miami, Fla./Flanagan 275 Tucson, Ariz./Salpointe Catholic 195 Glenmoore, Pa./Downington East 205 Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif./Palos Verdes Peninsula 205 Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 16 vs. Florida Gulf Coast * 2:30 p.m. vs. Ohio State * 6:00 p.m. 17 vs. Mercer * Noon 22 at Tulane 7:30 p.m. 23 at Tulane 3:00 p.m. 24 at Tulane 2:00 p.m. MARCH 1 vs. UMass # 3:00 p.m. vs. Tennessee # 6:30 p.m. 2 vs. Virginia Tech # 6:00 p.m. 3 vs. Rhode Island # 11:00 a.m. 8 vs. UCLA ^ 9:00 p.m. 9 vs. USC ^ 5:00 p.m. 10 vs. Oklahoma 1:00 p.m. 12 at UC Santa Barbara 6:00 p.m. 14 at Cal Poly 9:00 p.m. 15 at Cal Poly 9:00 p.m. 16 at Cal Poly 4:00 p.m. 22 SETON HALL 5:35 p.m. 23 SETON HALL 2:05 p.m. 24 SETON HALL 1:05 p.m. 25 Kent State 5:35 p.m. 26 Kent State 5:35 p.m. 28 at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. 29 at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. 30 at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. APRIL 2 UIC 5:35 p.m. 3 Valparaiso 5:35 p.m. 5 VILLANOVA 5:35 p.m. 6 VILLANOVA 2:05 p.m. 7 VILLANOVA 1:05 p.m. 9 Michigan 5:35 p.m. 10 E. Michigan 5:35 p.m. 12 at PITTSBURGH 6:00 p.m. 13 at PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. 14 at PITTSBURGH Noon 16 at Michigan TBA 17 Bowling Green 5:35 p.m. 19 Quinnipiac 5:35 p.m. 20 Quinnipiac 2:05 p.m. 21 Quinnipiac 1:05 p.m. 23 Toledo 5:35 p.m. 24 Michigan State 5:35 p.m. 26 CONNECTICUT 5:35 p.m. 27 CONNECTICUT 2:05 p.m. 28 CONNECTICUT 1:05 p.m. 30 at Central Michigan 4:05 p.m. MAY 3 USF 5:35 p.m. 4 USF 2:05 p.m. 5 USF 1:05 p.m. 11 at ST. JOHN’S (DH) Noon 12 at ST JOHN’S 1:00 p.m. 14 at W. Michigan 3:00 p.m. 16 at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 17 at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 18 at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m.

Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS * Snowbird Tournament Sarasota, Fla. # Irish Baseball Classic Cary, N.C. ^ Dodgertown Classic Los Angeles, Calif.

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Fighting Irish 2012 Results 31-27, 14-13 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 vs. Illinois* W, 13-12 18 vs. Iowa* W, 5-2 19 vs. Purdue* L, 8-15 25 vs. Hofstra W, 6-3 vs. Hofstra W, 10-8 26 vs. Hofstra W, 5-4 MARCH 2 at Texas State L, 0-6 3 at Texas State L, 0-6 4 at Texas State L, 0-5 10 vs. Michigan^ W, 2-0 11 vs Michigan^ L, 5-6 at LSU^ W, 7-1 12 at LSU^ PPD 14 at Texas - San Antonio W, 12-0 15 vs. Houston Baptist# W, 7-3 16 vs. Kansas# W, 1-0 17 vs. Indiana State# L, 4-6 (10) 18 vs. Indiana State# L, 1-6 20 Eastern Michigan W, 12-4 21 IPFW W, 8-1 23 PITTSBURGH W, 6-5 24 PITTSBURGH W, 3-2 25 PITTSBURGH W, 7-5 27 at UIC L, 5-8 30 at USF W, 8-3 (10) 31 at USF L, 6-11 APRIL 1 at USF L, 4-6 3 Toledo W, 7-3 5 at SETON HALL L, 2-3 (11) SETON HALL L, 4-5 (10) 7 at SETON HALL L, 0-2 10 at Michigan State L, 2-8 11 Western Michigan L, 4-5 13 CINCINNATI W, 10-9 14 CINCINNATI W, 6-5 15 CINCINNATI L, 2-6 20 at GEORGETOWN W, 5-2 21 at GEORGETOWN W, 7-4 22 at GEORGETOWN W, 14-4 25 Central Michigan L, 4-9 27 ST. JOHN’S L, 4-6 28 ST. JOHN’S L, 4-6 29 ST. JOHN’S L, 1-3 MAY 1 butler W, 6-5 2 Valparaiso L, 4-7 4 at VILLANOVA L, 9-10 5 at VILLANOVA W, 6-0 6 at VILLANOVA W, 5-4 11 RUTGERS W, 5-2 12 RUTGERS L, 6-11 13 RUTGERS W, 2-1 15 vs. Northwestern W, 9-4 17 at CONNECTICUT L, 1-2 18 at CONNECTICUT W, 4-0 19 at CONNECTICUT L, 4-0 23 vs. St. John’s~ L, 2-12 24 vs. Rutgers~ W, 9-0 25 vs. Seton Hall~ W, 4-3 26 vs. St. John’s~ L, 1-2 BIG EAST games in CAPS * BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge ^ LSU Baseball Tournament # Irish Baseball Classic ~BIG EAST Championship

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Junior Dan Slania

Junior Eric Jagielo

Notebook • Notre Dame returns four of six batters who all averaged .300 or better at the plate in 2012, including 2013 Preseason All-BIG EAST selections first baseman Trey Mancini and third baseman Eric Jagielo. • Jagielo was named third team Preseason Louisville Slugger All-America, along with fellow junior pitcher Dan Slania. Also a 2013 Preseason All-BIG EAST selection, Slania was named to the 2013 NCBWA Preseason Stopper of the Year Watch List. • Slania led the BIG EAST in 2012 in saves with 12, games finished with 29 and appearances with 31. • Notre Dame also returns senior outfielder Charlie Markson who led the BIG EAST in league games in stolen bases with 13, averaging .50 per game.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player HUDSON, Joe   MANCINI, Trey   JAGIELO, Eric   MARKSON, Charlie   DeSICO, Frank   ROBINSON, Alex   BULL, Ryan   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .332  .317  .310  .303  .302  .301  .254  .277  .272  .269  .261

GP-GS 57-57  54-54  58-58  53-51  58-58  48-44  54-52  58-58  58-58  27-27 27--27

PITCHING Player HUDGINS, Will   FITZGERALD, Sean   NORTON, Adam   SLANIA, Dan   CONNAUGHTON, Pat   TORRES, Cristian   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

ERA 2.06  3.82  4.32  2.03  3.18  3.18  3.92  4.49  3.37  4.34

W-L APP-GS 5-3  15-15  7-3  27-7  4-5  15-15  3-0  31-0  4-4  12-10  0-0  11-0  30-27  58-58  27-30  58-58  14-13 27 -27 13-14 27-27

AB 202  202  229  175  248  163  189  1951  1957  904  912

R 39  47  33  30  42  18  18  294  275  131  121

H 67  64  71  53  75  49  48  541  532  243  238

CG 1  0  2  0  0  0  3  6  2  3

2B 14  10  15  6  9  3  8  81  95  36  40

SHO 0/3  0/2  1/0  0/2  0/1  0/1  6/5  5/3  2/1 2/1

SV 0  0  0  12  0  1  13  10  7  6

3B 1  0  0  1  0  2  0  10  14  5  4

HR 6  12  13  2  0  0  1  36  17  18  8

IP 96.1  70.2  98.0  31.0  45.1  5.2  511.2  507.1  240.2  240.1

RBI 39  45  43  20  23  25  19  267  251  121  110

H 85  72  112  36  47  6  532  541  238  243

R 44  32  52  10  20  3  275  294  121  131

BB 23  22  28  17  24  10  27  199  160  85  69

HBP 14  6  8  10  2  0  8  67  71  35 39

ER 22  30  47  7  16  2  223  253  90  116

BB 24  14  7  12  21  2  160  199  69  85

SO 32  37  34  32  37  24  43  381  417  200  201

SB-ATT 3-4  3-7  4-8  19-25  13-16  2-4  1-3  58-89  32-56  29-45  7-18

SO 90  57  61  37  40  3  417  381  201  200

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Pittsburgh Head Coach Joe Jordano

Quick Facts Location: Pittsburgh, Pa Nickname: Panthers Colors: Blue & Gold Enrollment: 28,823 Founded: 1787 Director of Athletics: Steve Pederson Assistant Coaches: Danny Lopaze, Jerry Oakes, Jacke Healy Baseball Office Phone: 412-648-8208 2012 Record: 28-28 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 10-17/T-8th 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Matt Haas Email: mhaas@athletics.pitt.edu Phone: 412-648-8245 Website: PittsburghPanthers.com

Career Record/Years 710-477-2/25 years Record at Pittsburgh/Years 427-359-2/15 years

Charles L. Cost Field Capacity - 1,000 2 0 13 R o s t e r No. Name Pos. Cl. 37 Rhys Aldenhoven RHP Jr. 27 Andrew Belfiglio LHP Fr. 32 Alex Caravella LHP Sr. 13 Luke Curtis RHP So. 45 Jonathan Danielczyk C Sr. 29 Jimmy Devine RHP Sr. 14 Joe Harvey RHP So. 8 Eric Hess 1B So. 23 Bennette Hill IF Fr. 33 Jeff Kelly RHP Sr. 44 A.J. Lardo OF R-Fr. 31 J.R. Leonardi RHP Jr. 20 Billy Lipari C/3B Fr. 3 Pete Macke LHP R-Fr. 40 Ethan Mildren RHP Jr. 42 Luke Novosel RHP Jr. 5 Evan Oswald IF Sr. 19 Sam Parente IF Sr. 9 John Peluso OF Sr. 41 Casey Roche OF/RHP Jr. 18 Steven Shelinsky Jr. OF/1B Jr. 7 Elvin Soto C So. 4 Ronald Sucre IF Sr. 24 Nick Vazquez OF So. 21 Stephen Vranka OF/RHP Jr. 17 Tanner Wilt RHP So. 2 Dylan Wolsonovich IF R-Fr. 11 Matt Wotherspoon RHP Jr. 22 Dave Yakopec LHP So.

B/T Ht. R/R 6-1 L/L 6-1 L/L 5-10 R/R 6-1 R/R 6-2 R/R 6-3 R/R 6-2 L/L 5-11 L/R 6-1 R/R 5-11 R/R 6-1 R/R 6-3 R/R 6-2 L/L 6-3 R/R 6-4 R/R 6-3 R/R R/R 6-1 L/R 5-10 R/R 6-1 R/R 6-1 S/R R/R L/R 6-4 R/R 5-10 R/R 6-1 R/R 5-9 R/R 6-1 L/L 6-3

Wt 180 170 185 215 190 195 220 185 185 180 205 215 190 175 215 200 180 205 175 175 220 200 185 200 160 195 160 175 195

Hometown/Previous School Victoria, Australia/Hill College Newtown Square, Pa./Penncrest Harrington, Park, N.J./Northern Valley Philipsburg, Pa./Philipsburg-Osceola Erie, Pa./Cathedral Prep Pittsburgh, Pa./Temple Audobon, Pa./Kennedy-Kenrick Erie, Pa./Cathedral Prep Olive Branch, Miss./Briar Crest Christian Pottstown, Pa./Owen J. Roberts Baltimore, Md./Maryland Pittsburgh, Pa./Pittsburgh Allderdice Omaha, Neb./Omaha Creighton Prep Omaha, Neb./Omaha Creighton Prep Hopwood, Pa./Laurel Highlands Irwin, Pa./Penn-Trafford Butler, Pa./Butler Pittston, Pa./Lackawanna College Bethlehem, Pa./Lackawanna College Downington, Pa./Downington East Yardley, Pa./Pennsburg New York, N.Y./Xaverian Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus Youngstown, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Monroeville, Pa./Gateway Allison Park, Pa./North Allegheny Ford City, Pa./Ford City Mountain Top, Pa./Crestwood Lower Burrell, Pa./Lower Burrell

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 at Wichita State 16 at Wichita State 17 at Wichita State 22 at Wofford 23 at Wofford 24 at Wofford MARCH 1 at The Citadel * 2 vs. UNC Asheville * 3 vs. VCU * 8 Youngstown State # 9 Manhattan # 10 Manhattan # Youngstown State # 12 West Virginia 15 Niagara ^ 16 Toledo ^ 17 Niagara ^ Toledo ^ 19 Penn State 20 at Kent State 22 at ST. JOHN’S 23 at ST. JOHN’S 24 at ST. JOHN’S 27 at Penn State 29 Towson (DH) 30 Towson APRIL 2 at Akron 5 at USF 6 at USF 7 at USF 9 at Youngstown State 12 NOTRE DAME 13 NOTRE DAME 14 NOTRE DAME 16 Youngstown State 17 Coppin State (DH) 19 RUTGERS 20 RUTGERS 21 RUTGERS 27 CINCINNATI (DH) 28 CINCINNATI 30 at West Virginia MAY 3 at GEORGETOWN 4 at GEORGETOWN 5 at GEORGETOWN 8 Ohio 10 VILLANOVA 11 VILLANOVA 12 VILLANOVA 14 Kent State 16 at LOUISVILLE 17 at LOUISVILLE 18 at LOUISVILLE

4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. Noon 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. Noon 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Dates and Times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS * Bulldog Challenge Charleston, S.C. # Panther Classic I Pittsburgh, Pa. ^ Panther Classic II Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Pa n t h e r s 2012 Results 28-28, 10-17 big east FEBRUARY 17 vs. Iowa# L, 5-7 vs. Michigan# W, 9-8 18 vs. Northwestern# L, 11-12 (10) 19 vs. Indiana# L, 7-12 24 at Wofford W, 22-12 25 at Wofford L, 7-8 26 at Wofford W, 8-4 MARCH 2 vs. Coastal Carolina^ W, 3-1 3 vs. Illinois^ Cancelled 4 at St. John’s^ Cancelled 6 vs. Sacred Heart* L, 7-6 7 vs. Sacred Heart* W, 5-4 8 vs. Xavier* W, 6-5 10 vs. Miami (Ohio)* L, 6-1 vs. Akron* L, 12-4 11 vs Michigan State* W, 3-1 16 vs. Hartford< W, 4-2 17 vs. Hartford< W, 8-3 18 vs. Hartford< W, 10-6 21 at Penn State L, 3-5 23 at NOTRE DAME L, 5-6 24 at NOTRE DAME L, 2-3 25 at NOTRE DAME L, 5-7 28 Kent State W, 6-5 30 at CINCINNATI L, 0-2 31 at CINCINNATI W, 6-0 APRIL 1 at CINCINNATI W, 10-9 (11) 4 Youngstown State W, 9-1 5 CONNECTICUT L, 2-8 6 CONNECTICUT L, 1-3 7 CONNECTICUT L, 3-5 10 at Akron W, 9-5 11 Penn State W, 5-3 13 USF W, 2-1 14 USF L, 5-6 15 USF L, 8-9 17 at Kent State L, 5-6 18 Akron W, 3-2 20 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 4-8 22 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 14-5 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 5-7 28 GEORGETOWN W, 5-0 29 GEORGETOWN W, 8-3 GEORGETOWN L, 3-6 MAY 1 at Ohio W, 5-1 2 at Youngstown State PPD 5 at RUTGERS W, 5-2 at RUTGERS L, 1-3 W, 4-3 6 at RUTGERS 8 Akron W, 8-2 11 at SETON HALL W, 7-4 12 at SETON HALL L, 1-4 at SETON HALL L, 3-4 15 at Youngstown State W, 5-2 17 LOUISVILLE L, 5-6 (12) 18 LOUISVILLE W, 8-2 19 LOUISVILLE L, 5-9 23 vs. LOUISVILLE~ L, 4-8 24 vs. USF~ L, 5-12 BIG EAST games in CAPS # - BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge ^ - Coastal Carolina Invitational * - Snowball Classic < - Panther Classic ~ BIG EAST Championship

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Junior Matt Wotherspoon

Junior Casey Roche

Notebook • Pitt’s postseason berth last season made it one of only three schools to advance to each of the past four BIG EAST Tournaments. • The Panthers, with six starters returning in their lineup, posted top-five finishes in the conference in batting average (.290), on-base percentage (.376) and slugging percentage (.399) in 2012. • Junior outfielder Casey Roche, who finished seventh in the BIG EAST in RBI (45) in 2012 to compliment his .345 batting average, joins senior third baseman Sam Parente (.302) and sophomore outfielder Boo Vasquez (.327) as returning starters who batted over .300 last season. • Junior starting pitchers Ethan Mildren and Matt Wotherspoon return to the weekend rotation after top-10 conference finishes in strikeouts last season. • Pitt added two new faces to its coaching staff this season. Jerry Oakes, a 2000 seventh-round draft selection by the Milwaukee Brewers and former four-year assistant coach at Coastal Carolina, joined the Panthers as the program’s pitching coach. Former Youngstown State standout Jacke Healey will head Pittsburgh’s infield and assist with its offense in his first year as an assistant coach.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player DEVEREAUX, Rick VAZQUEZ, Boo   ROCHE,Casey   DEFABIO,Anthony   PARENTE,Sam OSWALD,Evan  VRANKA, Stephen   SOTO, Elvin  WILSON, Derik   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents PITCHING Player MILDREN, Ethan IANNAZZO, Matt   WOTHERSPOON, Matt   JOHNSON, Kevin  KELLY,Jeff WOLSONOVICH,Dylan   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .372  .327  .322  .317  .302  .299  .275  .250  .235  .290  .281  .290  .280

GP-GS AB 56-56  231  47-43  159  55-55  202  55-55  205  44-42  162  48-47  157  54-52  222  56-56  216  48-46  149  56-56  1919  56-56  1896  27-27  930  27-27 900

R 37  25  37  53  23  25  46  22  19  313  287  127  125

H 86  52  65  65  49  47  61  54  35  557  533  270  252

2B 15  7  17  16  9  5  13  11  3  101  97  48  48

3B 1  4  3  2  0  1  5  0  1  18  12  9  3

HR 7  1  3  4  0  0  1  7  1  24  19  10  11

RBI 54  22  45  34  26  17  17  38  17  281  264  112  116

BB 23  18  30  31  13  19  18  14  16  207  159  79  78

HBP 6  3  6  17  8  6  3  8  9  71  44  26 22

SO 23  24  44  34  22  30  39  50  15  326  392  159  176

ERA 3.76  3.95  5.03  0.00  2.35  3.86  4.54  4.83  4.06  3.90

W-L 6-6  7-4  4-4  0-0  0-0  0-0  28-28  28-28  10-17 17-10

CG 4  1  2  0  0  0  8  2  6  1

SHO 1/1  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  2/1  1/1  2 /1 1/1

SV 0  1  0  0  1  0  14  15  4  10

IP 95.2  100.1  91.1  1.1  7.2  2.1  486.0  488.2  235.0  240.0

H 106  122  89  0  3  4  533  557  252  270

R 45  58  58  0  2  1  287  313  125  127

ER 40  44  51  0  2  1  245  262  106  104

BB 17  22  40  1  1  1  159  207  78  79

SO 72  76  86  0  3  0  392  326  176  159

APP-GS 14-14  16-15  15-14  2-0  5-0  1-0  56-56  56-56  27-27  27-27

SB-ATT 3-4  4-4  4-7  9-13  2-2  5-10  9-13  1-2  3-5  49-72  42-70  19-27  22-36

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rutgers Head Coach Fred Hill

Quick Facts Location: Piscataway, N.J. Nickname: Scarlet Knights Color: Scarlet Enrollment: 43,386 Founded: 1766 Director of Athletics: Tim Pernetti Associate Head Coach: Joe Litterio Assistant Coaches: Rick Freeman, Tim Reilly Baseball Office Phone: 732-445-7833 2012 Record: 31-25 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 16-11/T-5th 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Jimmy Gill Email: jgill@scarletknights.com Phone: 732-445-4200 Website: ScarletKnights.com

Career Record/Years 1,061-719-9/36 years Record at Rutgers/Years 913-628-7/29 years

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Name Kevin Baxter Howie Brey John Brucker Lou Clemente Vincent Consenzo Rob Corsi Ross Costello Joe D’Annunzio R.J. Devish Kyle Driscoll Jerry Elsing Nick Favatella Tyler Gebler Sam Hasty Bill Hoermann John Jennings Charlie Lasky Charlie Law Corey Lerche Slater McCue Jeffrey Melillo Brian O’Grady Pat O’Leary Nate Roe Reed Shuttle Rob Smorol Pat Sweeney Matt Tietz Keith Wallace Jon Young Vinny Zarrillo Michael Zavala Steve Zavala Evan Steidl

Pos. RHP LHP SS OF 1B LHP 3B/1B OF 3B RHP RHP 2B/SS RHP RHP 1B IF RHP RHP/1B 1B RHP C OF RHP RHP RHP LHP IF SS RHP RHP OF C OF 2B/SS

Cl. B/T Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School Fr. Waterford, N.J. / St. Augustine Prep. Fr. Middletown, N.J. / Middletown South So. Sparta, N.J / Sparta / Maryland Jr. Union, N.J. / Roselle Catholic / Brookdale CC Fr. North Caldwell, N.J. / West Essex Regional Sr. L/L 6-0 190 Oceanport, N.J. / Shore Regional/Duquesne Jr. R/R 6-1 210 Egg Harbor Township, N.J. / Egg Harbor Township Jr. R/R 6-0 190 Scotch Plains, N.J. / Scotch Plains-Fanwood Fr. Beachwood, N.J. / Toms River South Fr. Toms River, N.J. / Toms River South Sr. R/R 6-4 215 Montville, N.J. / Montville Jr. R/R 5-10 195 Washington Township, N.J. / Washington Township Sr. R/R 6-5 220 Toms River, N.J. / Toms River South Sr. R/R 6-7 225 Brooklyn, N.Y. / Brooklyn Poly Prep Sr. R/R 6-8 245 Toms River, N.J. / Toms River North So. R/R 5-11 190 Berkeley Heights, N.J. / Governor Livingston Jr. R/R 6-3 230 Freehold, N.J. / Colts Neck Sr. R/R 6-8 250 Mainland, N.J. / Mainland Regional Fr. West Nyack, N.J. / St. Joseph Regional Jr. R/R 6-1 200 Radnor, Pa. / Conestoga Sr. R/R 6-2 195 Annandale, N.J. / North Hunterdon Jr. L/R 6-2 200 Warminster, Pa. / Archbishop Wood Sr. R/R 6-2 200 Sparta, N.J. / Sparta / Morris CC Sr. Plainfield, N.J. / Seton Hall Prep / Morris CC Fr. Lansdale, Pa. / North Penn Sr. L/L 6-1 190 Clark, N.J. / Arthur L. Johnson Jr. R/R 6-1 180 Sparta, N.J / Blair Academy Fr. West Milford, N.J. / Pope John XXIII Fr. West Deptford, N.J. / Bishop Eustace So. R/R 6-3 180 Old Bridge, N.J. / Old Bridge So. L/L 5-8 175 Forked River, N.J. / Lacey Jr. R/R 6-2 205 Randolph, N.J. / Randolph Sr. L/L 5-11 185 Randolph / Randolph, N.J. Fr. Randolph N.J. / Morris Knolls

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 at Miami 7:00 p.m. 16 at Miami 7:00 p.m. 17 at Miami 1:00 p.m. 22 at Old Dominion 3:00 p.m. 23 at Old Dominion 2:00 p.m. 24 at Old Dominion 1:00 p.m. MARCH 1 at Georgia Tech 4:00 p.m. 2 at Georgia Tech 2:00 p.m. 3 at Georgia Tech 1:00 p.m. 8 at William & Mary 7:00 p.m. 9 at William & Mary 1:00 p.m. 10 at William & Mary 1:00 p.m. 15 at Richmond 3:00 p.m. 16 at Richmond 2:00 p.m. 17 at Richmond 1:00 p.m. 19 at VCU 6:00 p.m. 20 at VCU 6:00 p.m. 22 at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. 23 at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. 24 at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. 26 at Rider 3:30 p.m. 28 at VILLANOVA 3:15 p.m. 29 at VILLANOVA 3:30 p.m. 30 at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. APRIL 2 Columbia 3:30 p.m. 3 Iona 3:30 p.m. 5 SETON HALL 3:00 p.m. 6 SETON HALL 1:00 p.m. 7 SETON HALL 1:00 p.m. 9 at Fordham 3:30 p.m. 12 CINCINNATI 3:00 p.m. 13 CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. 14 CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. 16 at Lafayette 3:30 p.m. 17 Monmouth 3:30 p.m. 19 at PITTSBURGH 6:00 p.m. 20 at PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. 21 at PITTSBURGH Noon 23 at Delaware 3:30 p.m. 24 Wagner 3:00 p.m. 26 vs. Oklahoma State * TBA 27 vs. Creighton * TBA 28 vs. Nebraska * TBA 30 at Hofstra 3:00 p.m. MAY 1 Delaware 3:00 p.m. 3 CONNECTICUT 3:00 p.m. 4 CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. 5 CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. 11 GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. 12 GEORGETOWN (DH) 1:00 p.m. 16 at USF 7:00 p.m. 17 at USF 6:00 p.m. 18 at USF 1:00 p.m.

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scarlet knights 2012 Results 31-25, 16-11 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 at Miami L, 2-6 18 at Miami L, 1-4 (12) 19 at Miami L, 7-9 24 at Old Dominion W, 8-6 25 at Old Dominion W, 11-8 26 at Old Dominion W, 5-1 MARCH 2 at Georgia Tech L, 2-16 3 at Georgia Tech L, 4-9 4 at Georgia Tech L, 3-6 9 at Florida Atlantic L, 5-2 10 at Florida Atlantic W, 6-3 11 at Florida Atlantic W, 10-4 13 at Florida Gulf Coast W, 12-8 14 at Florida Gulf Coast W, 7-2 16 at Stetson L, 0-3 17 at Stetson L, 3-4 18 at Stetson W, 7-0 21 Rider W, 5-0 23 at SETON HALL L, 0-3 24 at SETON HALL W, 10-2 25 at SETON HALL W, 9-6 28 at Wagner W, 13-8 30 at GEORGETOWN L, 1-13 31 at GEORGETOWN L, 12-13 (10) APRIL 1 at GEORGETOWN W, 9-4 3 Princeton W, 12-11 4 at Columbia L, 6-7 (10) 5 ST. JOHN’S L, 3-5 6 ST. JOHN’S W, 6-2 7 ST. JOHN’S L, 10-17 10 Fordham W, 15-4 13 WEST VIRGINIA W, 3-2 14 WEST VIRGINIA W, 8-4 15 WEST VIRGINIA W, 3-1 17 at Monmouth W, 8-1 18 Lafayette W, 8-3 20 at CONNECTICUT L, 8-9 21 at CONNECTICUT L, 8-9 (10) 22 at CONNECTICUT W, 15-0 24 Delaware W, 6-4 27 at CINCINNATI W, 3-1 (10) 28 at CINCINNATI W, 13-1 29 at CINCINNATI W, 5-2 MAY 1 Hofstra L, 0-7 5 PITTSBURGH W, 3-1 PITTSBURGH L, 2-5 6 PITTSBURGH L, 3-4 11 at NOTRE DAME L, 2-5 12 at NOTRE DAME W, 11-6 13 at NOTRE DAME L, 1-2 15 Iona L, 4-5 17 VILLANOVA W, 11-1 18 VILLANOVA W, 6-0 19 VILLANOVA W,10-8 23 vs. SETON HALL~ L, 1-6 24 vs. NOTRE DAME~ L, 0-9 Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS

Senior Rob Smorol

Senior Jeff Melillo

Notebook • The Scarlet Knights return eight starters in the field, the designated hitter and two of their top three starting pitchers from a season ago. • Senior catcher Jeff Melillo was named to the 2013 Preseason All-BIG EAST Team, selected by the conference’s 11 head coaches. • Junior second baseman Nick Favatella returns after posting a .333 batting average in 2012. He was tied for the team lead with 74 hits a season ago. • Senior starting pitcher Rob Smorol looks to improve on his eight-win 2012 season, where he became one of 15 players in program history to win eight or more games in one campaign. He holds the best 2012 ERA (3.46) of any returning Rutgers player. • Head coach Fred Hill enters his 30th season at the helm, ranking 13th among active coaches with 1,061 career wins.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player AVG GP-GS AB R KIVLEHAN, Patrick   .392  51-50  189  47  FAVATELLA, Nick   .333  56-56  222  54  MELILLO, Jeff   .311  51-49  183  35  O’GRADY, Brian   .308  56-54  224  47  ZAVALA, Steve   .275  55-51  193  24  HOERMANN, Bill   .272  52-52  195  21  SWEENEY, Pat   .259  53-53  170  34  D’ANNUNZIO, Joe   .238  49-45  143  26  Totals   .292  56-56  1934  343  Opponents   .280  56-56  1931  285  BIG EAST Totals .297  27-27  937  175  BIG EAST Opponents .275 27-27 921 126 PITCHING Player ERA W-L APP-GS CG FASANO, Ryan   3.34  6-5  16-14  3  SMOROL, Rob   3.46  8-4  15-15  1  GEBLER, Tyler   4.54  3-5  13-12  2  YOUNG, Jon   0.00  0-0  3-0  0  ELSING, Jerry   3.57  0-2  17-0  0  O’LEARY, Pat   3.68  2-1  9-5  0  BEARD, Willie   3.95  4-1  24-0  0  Totals   4.25  31-25  56-56  7  Opponents   5.10  25-31  56-56  2  BIG EAST Totals 4.01  16-11 27-27 4  BIG EAST Opponents 4.95 11-16 27-27 2

H 74  74  57  69  53  53  44  34  564  541  278  253 SHO 1/1  1/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  4/1  4/3  2 /1 1/0

2B 11  12  10  13  7  6  6  3  90  94  39  45 SV 0  0  1  0  1  0  0  9  8  6  3

3B 2  3  0  4  1  0  0  2  14  11  7  5

HR 14  5  4  1  1  2  0  0  30  31  17  12

IP H 97.0  92  93.2  91  83.1  100  2.0  2  17.2  27  36.2  38  43.1  47  495.2  541  497.1  564  240.0  253  238.1 278

RBI BB HBP SO SB- ATT 50  22  14  40  24-28  42  22  11  39  8-13  30  30  8  31  0-1  28  32  4  35  9-16  38  22  2  33  4-9  25  17  2  37  0-1  25  28  7  35  5-5  9  20  6  33  8-9  302  230  63  400  61-88  262  162  51  327  50-73  158  102  30 186  30-39  118 74 26 145 19-25 R ER 39  36  46  36  44  42  2  0  11  7  17  15  23  19  285  234  343  282  126  107  175 131

BB 17  27  17  0  5  13  16  162  230  74  102

SO 59  53  51  1  16  18  31  327  400  145  185

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s t. j o h n ’ s Head Coach Ed Blankmeyer

Quick Facts Location: Queens, N.Y. Nickname: Red Storm Colors: Red & White Enrollment: 21,067 Founded: 1870 Director of Athletics: Chris Monasch Assistant Coaches: Mike Hampton, Corey Muscara, Brendan Monaghan Baseball Office Phone: 718-990-6148 2012 Record: 40-23 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 18-9/T-1st 2012 Postseason: NCAA Super Regional Baseball SID Contact: Tim Brown Email: brownt1@stjohns.edu Phone: 718-990-1521 Website: RedStormSports.com

Career Record/Years 589-350-3/17 years Record at St. John’s/Years 589-350-3/17 years

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Name Brad Bellinger Danny Bethea Ty Blankmeyer Jimmy Brennan Dustin Breshears Joe Burns Alex Caruso Robert Case Anthony Cervone Joey Christopher Matt Clancy Jamal Clarke Bret Dennis Joey Graziano Thomas Hackimer Sean Hagan Matt Hennie Ryan Horstman Alex Katz Martin Kelly Zach Lauricella James Lomangino Kyle Lombardo Ryan McCormick Sean O’Hare Dan Roland Anthony Rosati Frank Schwindel Mike Sheppard III Pat Talbut Jerome Werniuk

Cl. RHP C IF OF IF C OF C/1B RHP RHP LHP OF IF RHP RHP LHP RHP LHP LHP OF 3B RHP IF RHP 3B C RHP C/1B RHP IF/OF RHP

Pos. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr.

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

Ht. 6-4 6-1 5-8 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-6 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-5

Wt. 220 200 155 200 175 210 170 195 230 200 170 175 180 180 170 235 170 185 180 185 190 205 190 200 180 190 205 205 180 185 220

Hometown/Previous School Pine City, N.Y./Elmira Southside San Diego, Calif./Palomar College Morristown, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Airmont, N.Y./Suffern North Bend, Wash./Bellevue College Shelton, Conn./St. Joseph Liverpool, N.Y./Liverpool Miami, Fla./South Dade Beacon, N.Y./Beacon Merrick, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun Norwood, N.J/Northern Valley Old Tappan Glen Burnie, Md./Archbishop Spalding Burnt Hills, N.Y./Burnt Hills-Balston Lake Berkeley Heights, N.J./Governor Livingston Floral Park, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy Larchmont, N.Y./Mamaroneck Roselle Park, N.J./Roselle Catholic South Hadley, Mass./South Hadley New Hyde Park, N.Y./Herricks Pompton Plains, N.J./Seminole State College Buffalo, N.Y./Clarence Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Suffolk County C.C Setauket, N.Y./Suffolk County C.C Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa Morristown, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Upper Brookville, N.Y./Oyster Bay Copiague, N.Y./Holy Trinity Livingston, N.J./Livingston Florham Park, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Vestal, N.Y./Vestal Toronto, Ontario/LeMoyne College

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 vs. Florida Gulf Coast * 2:00 p.m. 16 vs. Mercer * 11:00 a.m. 17 vs. Ohio State * 10:00 a.m. vs. Florida Gulf Coast * 1:00 p.m. 22 at Georgia Tech 4:00 p.m. 23 at Georgia Tech 2:00 p.m. 24 at Georgia Tech 1:00 p.m. 26 at North Carolina 3:00 p.m. MARCH 1 at E. Carolina 5:00 p.m. 2 at E. Carolina 2:00 p.m. 3 at E. Carolina 1:00 p.m. 8 at Radford 4:00 p.m. 9 at Radford 2:00 p.m. 10 at Radford 1:00 p.m. 12 Hofstra 3:00 p.m. 13 Fairleigh Dickinson 3:00 p.m. 16 Holy Cross (DH) 1:00 p.m. 17 Holy Cross 1:00 p.m. 19 Fairfield 3:00 p.m. 20 at Long Island 3:00 p.m. 22 PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. 23 PITTSBURGH 1:00 p.m. 24 PITTSBURGH Noon 26 vs. Stony Brook ^ 3:00 p.m. 28 CINCINNATI (DH) Noon 30 CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. APRIL 1 New York Tech 3:00 p.m. 3 Wagner 3:00 p.m. 5 at CONNECTICUT 3:00 p.m. 6 at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. 7 at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. 9 at Columbia 3:30 p.m. 12 at GEORGETOWN 3:00 p.m. 13 at GEORGETOWN 3:00 p.m. 14 at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. 16 Albany 3:00 p.m. 17 Princeton 6:00 p.m. 19 LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. 20 LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. 21 LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. 24 vs. Boston College # 5:00 p.m. 26 at USF 7:00 p.m. 27 at USF 6:00 p.m. 28 at USF 1:00 p.m. MAY 1 Iona 6:00 p.m. 3 at Miami 7:00 p.m. 4 at Miami 7:00 p.m. 5 at Miami 1:00 p.m. 11 NOTRE DAME (DH) Noon 12 NOTRE DAME 3:00 p.m. 16 at SETON HALL 6:00 p.m. 17 at SETON HALL 2:00 p.m. 18 at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m.

Dates and Times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS *Snowbird Baseball Classic Sarasota, Fla. ^ Game played at Citi Field Flushing, N.Y. # Game played at Thomas Dodd Stadium Norwich, Conn.

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Red storm 2012 Results 40-23, 18-9 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 vs. Michigan State# L, 4-11 18 vs. Minnesota# W, 6-1 19 vs. Illinois# L, 4-9 24 at Texas Tech^ L, 1-4 25 vs. Northern Illinois^ W, 11-9 (10) 26 at Texas Tech^ L, 2-5 28 at North Carolina L, 4-8 29 at UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 MARCH 2 vs. Illinois & L, 0-4 7 at Fairfield W, 6-4 9 at Liberty L, 2-12 10 at Liberty L, 4-7 at Liberty L, 1-4 11 at Liberty W, 3-1 14 FDU W, 15-7 16 Albany ! W, 8-3 17 Albany ! W, 8-3 18 Holy Cross ! W, 13-4 20 NYIT W, 16-6 21 Long Island W, 4-3 23 at VILLANOVA W, 8-4 24 at VILLANOVA W, 10-4 25 at VILLANOVA L, 0-8 28 Maryland L, 4-16 30 WEST VIRGINIA W, 7-6 31 WEST VIRGINIA L, 1-3 APRIL 1 WEST VIRGINIA W, 14-6 3 at Wagner W, 5-4 5 at RUTGERS W, 5-3 6 at RUTGERS L, 2-6 7 at RUTGERS W, 17-10 10 Columbia L, 6-9 11 Hofstra W, 16-3 13 CONNECTICUT W, 7-2 14 CONNECTICUT W, 8-2 15 CONNECTICUT L, 7-8 (11) 18 Princeton W, 8-4 20 at CINCINNATI W, 14-1 21 at CINCINNATI W, 9-4 22 at CINCINNATI W, 9-0 24 vs. Boston College L, 1-2 27 at NOTRE DAME W, 6-4 at NOTRE DAME W, 6-4 29 at NOTRE DAME W, 3-1 30 Iona W, 19-1 MAY 4 USF L, 0-3 5 USF W, 6-2 6 USF W, 5-4 11 at LOUISVILLE L, 0-5 12 at LOUISVILLE W, 6-2 13 at LOUISVILLE L, 4-6 17 SETON HALL L, 1-4 18 SETON HALL W, 5-4 (12) 19 SETON HALL L, 4-5 (11) 23 vs. NOTRE DAME~ W, 12-2 24 vs. SETON HALL~ W, 6-3 26 vs. NOTRE DAME~ W, 2-1 27 vs. USF~ W, 7-3 JUNE 1 vs. East Carolina* W, 11-3 2. vs. North Carolina* W, 5-4 3 vs. North Carolina* W, 9-3 8 vs. Arizona* L, 6-7 9 vs. Arizona* L, 4-7 BIG EAST games in CAPS # BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge ^ Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic & Coastal Carolina Invitational ! Red Storm Baseball Tournament ~ BIG EAST Championship * NCAA Tournament

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Senior Sean Hagan

Senior Sean O’Hare

Notebook • Five-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year Ed Blankmeyer enters his 18th season at the helm of the Red Storm with 589 wins, just 23 shy of becoming the winningest coach in St. John’s baseball history. Blankmeyer has led the Red Storm to eight NCAA Tournament berths, including one Super Regional appearance, four BIG EAST regular season titles and three BIG EAST Tournament crowns. • Selected second in the BIG EAST preseason poll, the Red Storm returns 16 letterwinners from a 2012 squad that reached the NCAA Super Regionals and won both the BIG EAST Tournament and regular season championships. • Preseason All-BIG EAST selection Sean Hagan leads the pitching staff. The senior lefty was a second team ABCA All-Northeast Region choice and a first team All-BIG EAST selection last season after tossing a school-record 108.2 innings and going 8-3 with a 2.90 ERA and two complete games. • Preseason All-BIG EAST choice Sean O’Hare leads a group of six returning starters on offense. A second team ABCA All-Northeast Region honoree last season, the senior third baseman had a team-best 15 doubles, ranked second with a .434 on-base percentage and third in batting average (.341), RBI (43) and runs scored (42).

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player WESSINGER, Matt   O’HARE, Sean   BALTZ, Jeremy   SCHWINDEL, Frank   BETHEA, Danny   TALBUT, Pat   LAURICELLA, Zach   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents PITCHING Player HAGAN, Sean   HANSEN, Kyle   CARASITI, Matt   RIVERA, Stephen   TURNER, Kyle   LOBBAN, Brendan   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .353  .346  .345  .326  .270  .265  .246  .287  .248  .278  .249

GP-GS AB 61-61  238  61-61  211  61-61  232  54-47  193  49-49  159  48-41  170  52-48  167  61-61  2072  61-61  2077  27-27  947  27-27 932

ERA 2.72  3.46  3.98  1.74  3.00  3.51  3.82  5.38  3.66  4.50

W-L 8-2  5-5  7-5  5-0  0-0  5-3  40-21  21-40  18-9 9-18

R 60  40  63  31  16  30  28  390  276  164  111

APP-GS CG 15-15  2  16-15  1  18-14  0  26-0  0  4-0  0  14-8  0  61-61  3  61-61  2  27-27  3  27-27 2

H 84  73  80  63  43  45  41  595  515  263  232

2B 12  14  12  5  5  2  4  75  75  29  36

3B 1  1  4  1  0  0  1  14  14  6  4

HR 6  3  8  4  3  0  2  27  20  10  7

RBI 47  42  52  30  29  24  30  336  235  143  99

BB 34  28  33  6  24  15  24  259  200  105  81

HBP 7  12  8  5  8  2  3  69  63  23 31

SO 29  32  21  13  22  36  39  337  458  143  207

SHO 0/0  1/0  0/0  0/1  0/0  0/0  2/1  4/2  1/0  3/1

SV 0  0  0  4  0  0  15  7  6  3

IP 102.2  93.2  83.2  51.2  3.0  56.1  542.0  535.0  246.0  244.0

H 92  91  89  41  3  51  515  595  232  263

R 39  39  45  20  1  28  276  390  111  164

ER 31  36  37  10  1  22  230  320  100  122

BB 23  26  31  15  1  17  200  259  81  105

SO 66  108  64  52  2  42  458  337  207  143

SB-ATT 34-36  8-9  18-23  0-0  1-2  3-8  6-8  92-117  67-86  31-39  25-32

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seton hall Head Coach R o b S h e p pa r d

Quick Facts Location: South Orange, N.J. Nickname: Pirates Colors: Blue & White Enrollment: 9,700 Founded: 1856 Director of Athletics: Patrick G. Lyons Assistant Coaches: Phil Cundari, Mark Pappas, Eric Duncan Baseball Office Phone: 973-761-9557 2012 Record: 34-24 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 17-10/T-3rd 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Matt Sweeney Email: matthew.sweeney@shu.edu Phone: 973-761-9493 Website: SHUPirates.com

Career Record/Years 219-255/9 years Record at Seton Hall/Years 219-255/9 years

Owen T. Carroll Field Capacity - 1,000 2 0 13 R o s t e r

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Name Sal Annunziata Jon Beaubien Tyler Boyd Sam Burum Luke Cahill Chris Chiaradio Connor Delepine Dan Ditusa Anthony Elia Alex Falconi Mike Genovese Brian Gilbert Zack Granite Kyle Grimm Dillon Hamlin Derek Jenkins Scott Kalamar Conor Krauss Steven Lombardi Jose Lopez Ricky Mangione Giuseppe Papaccio Adnan Pjetrovic Josh Prevost Jon Prosinski Ed Ras DJ Ruhlman Blaise Scerbo Chris Selden Ryan Sullivan Greg Terhune Nate Vahedi Zack Weigel

Pos. 1B OF UT RHP RHP IF IF LHP LHP C IF RHP OF IF C OF OF RHP RHP RHP LHP IF C RHP RHP LHP IF RHP IF OF LHP RHP OF

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

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

Ht. 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-8 5-11 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-7 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-1

Wt. 205 195 185 180 220 170 200 185 170 185 175 210 165 190 190 155 190 205 195 180 190 185 197 215 180 185 185 236 185 180 220 170 180

Hometown/Previous School Bronx, N.Y./ Fordham Prep Livingston, N.J./ Livingston Succasunna, N.J./ Roxbury Robbinsville, N.J./ Robbinsville Tinton Falls, N.J./ Monmouth Regional Teaneck, N.J./St. Joseph Regional Middletown, N.J./ Middletown North St. Charles, Ill./ St. Charles East Flanders, N.J./ Mt. Olive Freeport, N.Y./ St. Mary’s Livingston, N.J./ Livingston Toms River, N.J./ Toms River Staten Island, N.Y. /Tottenville Bergenfield, N.J. /Bergenfield Colts Neck, N.J./ CBA Annandale, N.J. /North Hunterdon Bethlehem, Pa./ Liberty Randolph, N.J./ Randolph Saddle River, N.J./ Don Bosco Prep Cranbury, N.J./ Hightstown Orange, Conn./ Notre Dame Nutley, N.J./Nutley Clifton, N.J./ Clifton Belle Mead, N.J./ Montgomery Skillman, N.J./ Montgomery Millstone Twp., N.J./ Allentown Belle Mead, N.J./ Montgomery Staten Island, N.Y./ Xaverian Allenhurst, N.J./ Red Bank Catholic Stony Point, N.Y./ Albertus Magnus Washington, N.J./ Warren Hills Philadephia, Pa./ J.R. Masterman Oak Park, Ill./ Oak Park & River Forest

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 at North Carolina 3:00 p.m. 16 at North Carolina 2:00 p.m. 17 at North Carolina 1:00 p.m. 22 at E. Tennessee State 3:00 p.m. 23 at E. Tennessee State 1:00 p.m. 24 at E. Tennessee State 1:00 p.m. MARCH 1 at San Diego State 9:00 p.m. 2 at San Diego State 4:00 p.m. 3 at San Diego State 4:00 p.m. 6 at San Diego 9:00 p.m. 8 at Pepperdine 5:00 p.m. 9 at Pepperdine 4:00 p.m. 10 at Pepperdine 4:00 p.m. 15 UMass * 2:00 p.m. Manhattan * 5:00 p.m. 16 Manhattan * 3:00 p.m. 17 UMass * 3:00 p.m. 20 Saint Peter’s 4:00 p.m. 22 at NOTRE DAME 5:35 p.m. 23 at NOTRE DAME 2:05 p.m. 24 at NOTRE DAME 1:05 p.m. 26 at Lafayette 3:30 p.m. 28 CONNECTICUT (DH) 1:00 p.m. 30 CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. APRIL 5 at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. 6 at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. 7 at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. 10 at Wagner 3:30 p.m. 12 at Houston 7:30 p.m. 13 at Houston 7:30 p.m. 14 at Houston 2:00 p.m. 17 Iona 4:00 p.m. 19 GEORGETOWN 6:00 p.m. 20 GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. 21 GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. 23 at Monmouth 3:30 p.m. 24 Lehigh 4:00 p.m. 26 at VILLANOVA 3:15 p.m. 27 at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. 28 at VILLANOVA 12:15 p.m. 30 at Saint Peter’s 3:00 p.m. MAY 3 at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 4 at CINCINNATI 4:00 p.m. 5 at CINCINNATI Noon 10 USF 6:00 p.m. 11 USF (DH) 1:00 p.m. 16 ST. JOHN’S 6:00 p.m. 17 ST. JOHN’S 1:00 p.m. 18 ST. JOHN’S 1:00 p.m.

Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS * Strike Out Cancer Tournament South Orange, N.J.

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p i r at e s 2012 Results 34-24, 17-10 big east FEBRUARY 17 vs. Penn State# 18 vs. Michigan# vs. Ohio State# 19 vs. Northwestern# 24 at Tennessee 25 at Tennessee 26 at Tennessee MARCH 2 vs. Wright State^ 3 at Virginia^ 4 vs. Wright State^ at Virginia^ 6 Manhattan 9 vs. Miami (Ohio)+ 10 vs. Michigan State+ 11 vs. Akron+ 16 Fordham< 17 Maine< 18 NJIT< 20 Saint Peter’s 23 RUTGERS 24 RUTGERS 25 RUTGERS 27 at Rider 28 Lafayette 30 at CONNECTICUT at CONNECTICUT APRIL 1 at CONNECTICUT 5 NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME 7 NOTRE DAME 10 at Princeton 11 Wagner 13 at LOUISVILLE 14 at LOUISVILLE 15 at LOUISVILLE 17 NYIT 20 VILLANOVA 21 VILLANOVA 22 VILLANOVA 24 at Monmouth 25 Iona 27 WEST VIRGINIA 28 WEST VIRGINIA 29 WEST VIRGINIA MAY 1 at Saint Peter’s 4 at GEORGETOWN 5 at GEORGETOWN 6 at GEORGETOWN 8 Saint Joseph’s 11 PITTSBURGH 12 PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH 17 at ST. JOHN’S 18 at ST. JOHN’S 19 at ST. JOHN’S 23 vs. RUTGERS~ 24 vs. ST. JOHN’S~ 25. vs. NOTRE DAME~

W, 6-3 L, 1-2 L, 7-14 W, 6-3 L, 2-9 L, 2-3 (11) L, 2-10 W, 11-4 L, 4-10 L, 8-10 W, 5-2 L, 8-10 L, 5-7 L, 3-4 (15) W, 3-2 W, 5-0 W, 6-4 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 2-10 L, 6-9 W, 7-6 W, 4-3 (12) L, 1-2 (11) W, 10-6 L, 1-7 W, 3-2 (11) W, 5-4 (10) W, 2-0 L, 4-5 (10) W, 9-1 W, 3-2 L, 7-12 W, 9-4 W, 16-7 W, 8-2 L, 4-7 (12) L, 5-12 W, 15-3 W, 4-1 W, 11-9 W, 3-1 W, 9-4 L, 0-7 W, 5-3 W, 2-1 W, 4-5 W, 4-3 L, 4-7 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 L, 4-5 (12) W, 5-4 (11) W, 6-1 L, 3-6 L, 3-4

Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS # - Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge ^ - University of Virginia Tournament + - Snowbird Classic < - Strike Out Cancer Tournament ~ BIG EAST Championship

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Senior Jon Prosinski

Senior Giuseppe Papaccio

Notebook • • • • •

Seton Hall has won 34 games in back-to-back seasons. The last time the program has won that many games in back-to-back seasons was in 1987 (45) and 1988 (39). Senior Jon Prosinski was named Preseason BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year. The right-hander is poised to break several Seton Hall records. Seton Hall is seeking its third straight BIG EAST Championship berth. The Pirates return four of their five regular starting pitchers from last season, including two weekend starters. Offensively, the Pirates return five of their top six run producers from last season and six of their top seven regulars in batting average.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player WALSH, Will   PAPACCIO, Giuseppe   ANNUNZIATA, Sal   GENOVESE, Mike   GRIMM, Kyle   GRANITE, Zack   KALAMAR, Scott   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .280  .279  .277  .274  .308  .302  .291  .266  .261  .270  .270

GP-GS 57-56  56-56  51-48  58-57  45-38  41-41  38-26  58-58  58-58  27-27  27-27

PITCHING Player HARVEY, Ryan   PROSINSKI, Jon   GENOVESE, Mike   WARNER, Henry   MEJIA, Benny   FERNANDEZ, George   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

ERA 3.04  3.52  0.68  1.48  2.62  2.70  3.60  3.82  3.79  3.68

W-L APP-GS 6-4  17-10  9-3  15-15  2-0  8-0  2-0  15-3  3-2  28-0  1-1  30-0  34-23  58-58  23-34  58-58  17-10 27-27  10-17 27-27

AB 225  229  173  219  143  172  110  2022  1997  949  957

R H 32  63  29  64  23  48  34  60  14  44  34  52  15  32  286  537  260  522  128  256  123 258

2B 9  14  10  8  5  6  4  80  89  39  44

3B 7  1  1  2  0  3  2  25  16  13  7

HR 4  3  3  0  0  0  1  12  13  6  8

CG SHO 1  0/1  2  2/0  0  0/0  0  0/1  0  0/2  0  0/1  4  5/2  2  1/0  3  2/0  1 0/0

SV 2  0  1  1  9  0  16  6  8  2

IP H 77.0  65  94.2  108  13.1  11  30.1  25  44.2  39  26.2  27  533.0  522  527.1  537  251.2  258  247.1 256

RBI 33  36  24  34  17  11  18  249  229  114  114

BB 22  16  11  29  14  23  10  214  229  93  108

HBP SO 11  28  3  37  10  39  9  24  6  15  2  22  0  21  57  354  57  437  25 178  33 227

R 35  44  4�� 5  13  8  260  286  123  128

ER 26  37  1  5  13  8  213  224  106  101

BB 43  19  3  11  9  17  229  214  108  93

SB-ATT 13-16  5-5  2-2  5-5  2-2  21-22  1-3  68-85  69-96  22-27  35-46

SO 90  73  9  16  37  14  437  354  227  178

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usf Head Coach Lelo Prado

Quick Facts Location: Tampa, Fla. Nickname: Bulls Colors: Green & Gold Enrollment: 47,214 Founded: 1956 Director of Athletics: Doug Woolard Assistant Coaches: Chris Heintz, Lance Carter, Frank Maldonado Baseball Office Phone: 2012 Record: 25-29 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 17-10/T-3rd 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: Casey Goldstein Email: cgoldstein@usf.edu Phone: 813-974-4087 Website: GoUSFBulls.com

Career Record/Years 786-586-2/25 years Record at USF/Years 188-161/6 years

USF Baseball Stadium Capacity - 3,211 2 0 13 R o s t e r No. 51 8 38 12 24 4 22 41 2 39 16 6 20 19 45 14 35 7 18 31 9 13 42 34 37 40 5 15 27 17 10 21 29 3 25 33

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Name Pos. Cl. Joe Adel RHP R-Fr. Nik Alfonso SS/2B R-Fr. Joseph Altieri C Fr. Levi Borders 3B/C Fr. Mike Clarkson RHP So. Kyle Copack 2B Sr. Anthony Diaz OF Jr. Chris Dious RHP Jr. Dylan Drawdy RHP/2B Fr. Jimmy Falla 1B/OF Sr. Zac Gilcrease 3B So. Nick Gonzalez LHP Jr. Jimmy Herget RHP Fr. Cody Hernandez RHP Fr. Steven Leasure RHP Sr. Vincent Leto OF Fr. Joe Lovecchio RHP Sr. Austin Lueck OF So. Luke Maglich IF Fr. Derek Martin RHP Fr. Alex Mendez OF Sr. Chris Norton C Sr. Lawrence Pardo LHP Jr. Justin Patrick RHP Fr. Tommy Peterson RHP Fr. Adrian Puig RHP Sr. Buddy Putnam UT So. James Ramsay OF Jr. Diago Rapalino P R-Fr. Janick Serrallonga LHP Jr. Jordan Strittmatter OF So. Blake Sydeski C So. Chad Taylor OF/RHP Sr. Kyle Teaf IF So. Nolan Thomas LHP Jr. Alex Vetter RHP Jr.

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

Ht. 6-7 5-9 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-7 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-4 5-9 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-7

Wt. Hometown/Previous School 215 Gainesville, Fla./Buchholz HS 180 Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic 200 Tampa, Fla./Jesuit High School 185 Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven 205 Dunedin, Fla./Dunedin HS 170 Chicago, Ill./Newsome HS 180 Palm Harbor, Fla./PH University HS 190 Dade City, Fla./Pasco HS 170 Riverview, Fla./Riverview HS 215 Tampa, Fla./Jesuit High School 175 Tampa, Fla./Cambridge Christian 220 Tampa, Fla./Leto HS 155 Tampa, Fla./Jefferson HS 180 Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic 205 Bradenton, Fla./Manatee HS 170 Tampa, Fla./Jesuit High School 190 Daytona Beach, Fla./Seabreeze HS 215 Orlando, Fla./Lake Brantley HS 190 Sarasota, Fla./Riverview HS 185 Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic 175 Longwood, Fla./Bishop Moore 215 Brandon ,Fla./East Bay HS 190 Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus 205 Cumberland, R.I/Cumberland HS 205 New Port Richy, Fla./River Ridge HS 205 Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prep 185 Bartow, Fla./Bartow 190 Brandon, Fla. /Brandon 180 Barranquilla, Columbia/British International College 160 Hialeah, Fla./Champgnat Catholic 200 Orlando, Fla./Lake Brantley HS 215 Daytona Beach, Fla./New Smyma 180 Tampa, Fla./Jefferson 170 Tallahassee, Fla./Trinity Catholic 190 Big Pine Key, Fla./TCC 215 Reno, NV./Feather River College

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 16 Louisville * Purdue * 17 Indiana * 22 at Florida State 23 at Florida State 24 at Florida State 26 at UCF MARCH 1 Toledo 2 Toledo 3 Toledo 5 Boston College 6 Boston College 8 Valparaiso 9 Valparaiso 10 Valparaiso 12 at FIU 13 at FIU 15 Florida A&M 16 Florida A&M 17 Florida A&M 19 at Bethune-Cookman 22 CINCINNATI 23 CINCINNATI 24 CINCINNATI 26 Florida Gulf Coast 28 at GEORGETOWN 29 at GEORGETOWN 30 at GEORGETOWN APRIL 2 Stetson 5 PITTSBURGH 6 PITTSBURGH 7 PITTSBURGH 10 UCF 12 Alcorn State 13 Alcorn State 14 Alcorn State 16 at Stetson 19 at CONNECTICUT 20 at CONNECTICUT 21 at CONNECTICUT 23 at Florida 26 ST. JOHN’S 27 ST. JOHN’S 28 ST. JOHN’S 30 Bethune-Cookman MAY 1 Stetson 3 at NOTRE DAME 4 at NOTRE DAME 5 at NOTRE DAME 10 at SETON HALL 11 at SETON HALL (DH) 14 at Florida Gulf Coast 16 RUTGERS 17 RUTGERS 18 RUTGERS

4:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST games in CAPS * Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge

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bulls 2012 Results 38-22, 17-10 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 vs. Ohio State# W, 5-3 18 vs. Michigan State# W, 2-1 19 vs. Minnesota# W, 4-3 22 North Florida L, 1-9 24 Bethune-Cookman W, 8-5 25 Bethune-Cookman L, 3-7 26 Bethune-Cookman L, 0-2 28 at UCF L, 1-12 MARCH 3 Savannah State W, 14-4 Savannah State W, 15-4 4 Savannah State W, 5-3 6 Jacksonville W, 8-0 7 Jacksonville L, 9-2 9 Eastern Illinois W, 4-0 10 Eastern Illinois L, 0-3 11 Eastern Illinois W, 5-1 12 Yale W, 2-1 14 Illinois State W, 10-5 16 Lafayette W, 5-0 17 Lafayette W, 9-3 18 Lafayette L, 6-7 20 UCF L, 2-6 23 GEORGETOWN W, 6-0 24 GEORGETOWN W, 6-1 25 GEORGETOWN W, 7-2 28 Florida A&M W, 6-5 30 NOTRE DAME L, 3-8 (10) 31 NOTRE DAME W, 11-6 APRIL 1 NOTRE DAME W, 6-4 3 STETSON L, 2-6 5 at CINCINNATI W, 8-2 6 at CINCINNATI W, 3-2 7 at CINCINNATI W, 8-5 10 at Stetson L, 4-6 13 at PITTSBURGH L, 1-2 14 at PITTSBURGH W, 6-5 15 at PITTSBURGH W, 9-8 17 at Bethune-Cookman W, 4-3 20 LOUISVILLE L, 5-6 21 LOUISVILLE L, 1-12 22 LOUISVILLE W, 5-1 24 at Florida W, 5-3 27 VILLANOVA L, 2-3 28 VILLANOVA L, 6-7 29 VILLANOVA W, 3-1 MAY 4 at ST. JOHN’S W, 3-0 5 at ST. JOHN’S L, 2-6 6 at ST. JOHN’S L, 4-5 11 CONNECTICUT W, 3-2 12 CONNECTICUT W, 3-0 13 CONNECTICUT W, 8-3 17 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 3-6 18 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 8-10 19 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 5-4 (12) 23 vs. CONNECTICUT~ L, 2-7 24 vs. PITTSBURGH~ W, 12-5 26 vs. CONNECTICUT~ W, 1-0 vs. CONNECTICUT~ W, 2-1 27 vs. ST. JOHN’S~ L, 3-7

BIG EAST games in CAPS # - Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge ~ BIG EAST Championship

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Junior Nick Gonzalez

Junior James Ramsay

Notebook • The Bulls bring back James Ramsay who led the team in batting average (.328), hits (78), steals (14 of 19) and was tied (both with Alex Mendez) for top on base percentage (.390) and RBIs (32). • While there are plenty of new faces on the pitching staff, the Bulls return plenty of experience with veterans who accounted for 189.2 innings, a 15-5 record and a combined 4.28 ERA. • USF returns its top five hitters (Ramsay, James Falla, Blake Sydeski, Alex Mendez and Anthony Diaz) who combined for a .292 batting average. • Last season’s 38-22 (18-10) record marks the Bulls’ best since Coach Lelo Prado took over. • The Bulls reached the 2012 BIG EAST Baseball Championship game.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player RAMSAY, James FALLA, Jimmy  MENDEZ, Alex LLERENA, Luis TEAF, Kyle  TAYLOR, Chad   LONGLEY, Andrew   BRAZEAL, Todd  Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents PITCHING Player BARBOSA, Andrew REED, Matt  STULTZ, Derrick   LOVECCHIO, James   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .328  .293  .286  .262  .251  .244  .234  .233  .255  .244  .255  .248

GP-GS AB 60-60  238  54-46  181  59-59  220  57-55  191  59-53  179  45-43  164  52-48  158  51-47  163  60-60  1987  60-60  1960  27-27  924  27-27 884

ERA 2.75  2.76  3.29  4.78  3.53  3.94  3.67  4.09

W-L 7-7  5-3  9-1  8-4  38-22  22-38  17-10 10-17

R 33  20  42  34  32  21  23  16  293  244  135  111

APP-GS CG 17-16  1  13-12  0  17-14  1  14-12  0  60-60  2  60-60  2  27-27  1  27-27 2

H 78  53  63  50  45  40  37  38  507  478  236  219

2B 9  10  8  11  6  4  9  6  82  93  42  46

3B 0  0  2  0  2  0  1  0  5  3  1  2

HR 2  3  3  0  1  0  6  3  25  29  12  13

RBI 32  21  32  29  16  12  19  27  250  214  122  100

BB 25  14  26  15  17  15  22  23  211  168  90  61

HBP 2  5  14  9  6  1  10  3  71  73  32 33

SO 25  42  27  21  17  33  35  39  353  394  165  186

SHO 1/2  0/1  1/2  0/0  7/5  2/2  3 /2 0/0

SV 0  0  0  0  17  9  8  4

IP 95.0  78.1  87.2  79.0  537.1  521.0  245.1  240.0

H 64  70  71  86  478  507  219  236

R 35  30  34  47  244  293  111  135

ER 29  24  32  42  211  228  100  109

BB 24  19  23  17  168  211  61  90

SO 110  16  60  45  394  353  186  165

SB-ATT 14-19  3-4  6-9  0-1  5-9  4-8  1-2  2-2  39-59  56-71  10-19  21-31

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v i l l a n o va Head Coach Joe Godri

Quick Facts Location: Villanova, Pa. Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue & White Enrollment: 6,240 Founded: 1842 Director of Athletics: Vince Nicastro Assistant Coaches: Rod Johnson, Nick Weisheipl, Derek Shunk Baseball Office Phone: 610-519-4529 2012 Record: 28-27 2012 BIG EAST Record/Finish: 10-17/T-8th 2012 Postseason: None Baseball SID Contact: David Berman Email: david.berman@villanova.edu Phone: 610-519-4122 Website: Villanova.com

Career Record/Years 288-286-3/11 years Record at Villanova/Years 288-286-3/11 years

Villanova Ballpark at Plymouth Capacity - 750 No. 44 35 11 17 14 21 25 23 38 12 18 3 36 30 28 20 37 48 22 19 16 7 33 42 43 4 15 13 41 32 27 26

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Name Cl. Pos. Max Beermann 1B/P Fr. Andrew Blazoski P Fr. B.J. Bochicchio 3B/SS So. Brandon Carr 3B/OF So. John Cialone C Jr. Brandon Clark C Sr. Jeff Courter P So. Nicolas Coutre OF Fr. Alex DiValerio P Gr. Matt Lengel SP Jr. Luke Emling P Fr. Adam Goss SS/2B Fr. Chris Haggarty RP Jr. Josh Harris P So. Kevin Jewitt 1B/3B Fr. Connor Jones RF Jr. JB Kole P So. Matt Longfield RP Sr. Eric Lowe 2B/SS Fr. Kevin MacLachlan P Sr. Derrick May, Jr. OF Fr. Mike Mecca OF Fr. Matthew Meurer P Jr. Emmanuel Morris C/2B/OF Fr. Stephen Ostapeck P Sr. Dan Parham OF/IF Paul Rambaud OF Sr. Kevin Rojko OF Jr. Steve Schrenk LF Sr. Tyler Sciacca 2B Sr. Bob Slagle C Fr. Pat Young SP Jr.

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

Ht. 6-6 5-11 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-2 5-8 6-4 6-5 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-5 5-8 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-8 6-6 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-1 6-7

Wt. 221 163 180 198 244 217 201 155 200 225 215 167 186 230 195 208 205 190 161 210 189 191 199 191 200 191 191 160 197 173 209 221

Hometown/Previous School Tampa, Fla./Jesuit Chatham, N.J./Chatham Moosic, Pa./Riverside Danville, Calif./Monte Vista Houston, Texas/St. John’s Spring, Texas/Klein/Northeast Texas CC Maple Glen, Pa./Archbishop Wood Libertyville, Ill./Libertyville Malvern, Pa./Malvern Prep/Vanderbilt Devon, Pa./Haverford School Nottingham, Pa./Solanco Bellaire, Texas/Episcopal Valley Cottage, N.Y./Nyack Streamwood, Ill./Streamwood West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin Chandler, Ariz./Perry Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge Miami, Fla./Miami Palmetto Arlington Heights, Ill./Rolling Meadows Matawan, N.J./St. John Vianney Newark, Del./Tatnall School Ridgefield, N.J./Don Bosco Prep Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch/Texarkana College Willowbrook, Ill./Hinsdale South Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit Broken Arrow, Okla./Jenks Chicago, Ill./St. Ignatius Prep San Jose, Calif./Pioneer/Cabrillo College Brigantine, N.J./St. Augustine Prep Staten Island, N.Y./Monsignor Farrell Lafayette Hill, Pa./Plymouth-Whitemarsh The Woodlands, Texas/College Park

2013 Schedule FEBRUARY 15 vs. Monmouth * 1:00 p.m. 16 vs. Canisius * Noon vs. Toledo * 5:30 p.m. 17 vs. Wright State * 10:00 a.m. 22 at NC State # 3:00 p.m. 23 vs. La Salle # 4:00 p.m. 24 vs. Wagner # 11:00 a.m. MARCH 1 at Florida State 4:00 p.m. 2 at Florida State 2:00 p.m. 3 at Florida State 1:00 p.m. 5 vs. Valparaiso ^ 11:30 a.m. 6 vs. Bowling Green ^ 11:00 a.m. 8 Iona ! 2:15 p.m. 9 Central Conn. St. ! 1:15 p.m. 10 Iona ! 1:15 p.m. 12 at Saint Joseph’s 3:00 p.m. 13 U of Sciences 3:15 p.m. 15 Chicago State $ 3:15 p.m. 16 Marist $ 1:15 p.m. 17 Wagner $ 12:15 p.m. 19 La Salle 3:15 p.m. 20 at Penn 3:00 p.m. 22 Cornell 3:15 p.m. 23 Cornell 1:15 p.m. 24 Cornell 12:15 p.m. 26 at La Salle % 3:00 p.m. 28 RUTGERS 3:15 p.m. 29 RUTGERS 3:30 p.m. 30 RUTGERS 1:15 p.m. APRIL 2 vs. TBD % TBA 5 at NOTRE DAME 5:35 p.m. 6 at NOTRE DAME 2:05 p.m. 7 at NOTRE DAME 1:05 p.m. 10 Long Island 3:15 p.m. 12 CONNECTICUT 3:15 p.m. 13 CONNECTICUT 1:15 p.m. 14 CONNECTICUT 12:15 p.m. 16 Saint Joseph’s 3:15 p.m. 19 at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 20 at CINCINNATI 4:00 p.m. 21 at CINCINNATI Noon 26 SETON HALL 3:15 p.m. 27 SETON HALL 1:15 p.m. 28 SETON HALL 12:15 p.m. 30 Temple 3:00 p.m. MAY 3 LOUISVILLE 3:45 p.m. 4 LOUISVILLE 1:15 p.m. 5 LOUISVILLE 12:15 p.m. 11 at PITTSBURGH (DH) 1:00 p.m. 14 at PITTSBURGH Noon 16 at GEORGETOWN 7:00 p.m. 17 at GEORGETOWN 3:00 p.m. 18 at GEORGETOWN TBA

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* USA Baseball Classic Cary, N.C. # North Carolina State Tournament Raleigh, N.C. ^ Snowbird Baseball Classic Sarasota, Fla. ! Villanova Baseball Classic Plymouth Meeting, Pa. $ Big Five Baseball Bash Philadelphia, Pa. % Liberty Bell Classic Philadelphia, Pa.

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w i l d c at s 2012 Results 28-27, 10-17 BIG EAST FEBRUARY 17 at Arkansas L, 5-11 18 at Arkansas L, 1-13 19 at Arkansas L, 1-17 24 at Norfolk State W, 2-1 25 at Norfolk State W, 1-0 26 at Norfolk State W, 17-5 MARCH 2 vs. Chicago State+ W, 20-3 3 vs. Northwestern+ W, 6-3 4 vs. Ohio State+ L, 3-4 Western Michigan+ L, 5-6 6 vs. Miami (Ohio)+ W, 12-5 7 vs. Xavier+ W, 7-2 9 Maryland-Eastern Shore% W, 9-4 10 Iona W, 7-2 11 Central Connecticut State L, 4-7 13 at St. Joseph’s W, 10-7 (10) 14 University of the Sciences W, 4-1 16 New York Tech^ W, 14-3 17 Binghamton^ L, 10-13 18 Buffalo^ W, 5-4 20 at La Salle L, 4-5 (10) 21 Penn L, 3-6 23 ST. JOHN’S L, 4-8 24 ST. JOHN’S L, 4-10 25 ST. JOHN’S W, 8-0 27 at Penn L, 4-1 30 at LOUISVILLE L, 1-12 31 at LOUISVILLE W, 5-2 APRIL 1 at LOUISVILLE L, 1-6 3 Lafayette W, 2-1 5 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 6-7 6 at WEST VIRGINIA W, 26-11 7 at WEST VIRGINIA L, 5-6 (10) 11 at Lafayette W, 5-3 (10) 13 GEORGETOWN L, 5-6 14 GEORGETOWN W, 10-9 15 GEORGETOWN L, 2-8 18 La Salle W, 7-5 20 at SETON HALL L, 2-8 21 at SETON HALL W, 7-4 (12) at SETON HALL W, 12-5 25 at Temple W, 4-3 27 at USF W, 3-2 28 at USF W, 7-6 29 at USF L, 1-3 MAY 1 Temple W, 13-1 4 NOTRE DAME W, 10-9 5 NOTRE DAME L, 0-6 6 NOTRE DAME L, 4-5 11 CINCINNATI L, 2-5 12 CINCINNATI W, 7-3 13 CINCINNATI L, 3-7 17 at RUTGERS L, 1-11 18 at RUTGERS L, 0-6 19 at RUTGERS L, 8-10 BIG EAST games in CAPS + - Snowbird Baseball Classic % - Villanova Classic ^ - Big Five Baseball Bash LB - Liberty Bell Classic

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Junior Pat Young

Senior Tyler Sciacca

Notebook • Senior infielder Tyler Sciacca, a 2013 Preseason All-BIG EAST selection, will start at one of the middle infield positions and bat in the middle of the lineup. Junior pitcher Pat Young led the team in wins, strikeouts and ERA in 2012 and will once again be the anchor of the weekend starting rotation. • Villanova returns 10 pitchers from last season. Sophomore left-hander Josh Harris should join Young in forming a strong top of the rotation, while senior Stephen Ostapeck and junior Matt Meurer will work in the late innings out of the bullpen. • Villanova returns 18 players overall from last season and has also added 14 newcomers to the roster. The team expects to have two or three freshmen have a chance at winning positions in the starting lineup early in the season.

2012 S t a t i s t i c a l L e a d e r s BATTING Player SCIACCA, Tyler   WAGER, Kevin   FLEISHMAN, Matt   JONES, Connor   SCHRENK, Steve   CALBI, Marlon   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

AVG .359  .350  .320  .276  .273  .239  .289  .278  .262  .310

GP-GS 55-55  55-55  55-55  54-54  48-41  53-53  55-55  55-55  27-27  27-27

PITCHING Player YOUNG, Pat   ALMONTE, Max   HELISEK, Kyle   HAGGARTY, Chris   BATTIPAGLIA, Jerry   RADTKE, Tyler   DIAZ, Julian   Totals   Opponents   BIG EAST Totals BIG EAST Opponents

ERA 4.39  5.62  6.27  0.00  1.06  2.89  3.42  4.78  4.55  5.67  3.66

W-L APP-GS 6-5  14-14  1-5  12-12  3-7  15-12  0-0  5-0  2-0  8-0  1-1  9-4  3-2  21-0  28-27  55-55  27-28  55-55  10-17 27-27  17-10 27-27

AB 220  226  222  210  143  201  1908  1864  917  927 CG 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  2  3  1  3

R 43  36  45  26  15  43  329  321  144  175

H 79  79  71  58  39  48  552  518  240  266

2B 16  11  17  13  6  10  100  74  44  40

3B 6  1  4  0  0  1  15  22  4  9

HR 1  0  5  1  0  0  9  20  3  12

RBI 39  47  42  35  20  26  290  288  126  162

BB 24  15  23  17  17  22  208  218  89  103

HBP SO SB-ATT 7  53  17-21  10  29  8-14  5  33  2-3  3  73  9-10  5  24  2-3  24  29  10-16  77  430  65-90  68  348  80-107  47 210  20-31  35 151 42-54

SHO 0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  0/0  2/0  2/0  1/0  2/0

SV 0  0  0  0  1  0  3  9  8  4  8

IP 82.0  56.0  66.0  4.2  17.0  28.0  23.2  488.0  489.0  238.0  243.1

H 88  66  85  4  12  15  24  518  552  266  240

R 57  44  62  0  2  11  12  321  329  175  144

ER 40  35  46  0  2  9  9  259  247  150  99

BB 33  22  37  5  5  12  9  218  208  103  89

SO 61  41  40  4  9  19  19  348  430  151  210

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2012 Season Review

2012 FINAL STANDINGS

BIG EAST OVERALL W-L Pct. H A W-L Pct. H A N Streak Louisville*# 18-9 .667 10-5 8-4 41-22 .651 25-8 10-8 6-6 L1 St. John’s*#& 18-9 .667 7-5 11-4 40-23 .635 16-7 15-10 9-6 L2 Seton Hall* 17-10 .630 10-5 7-5 34-24 .586 19-6 10-11 5-7 L2 USF* 17-10 .630 10-5 7-5 38-22 .633 22-13 9-7 7-2 L1 Connecticut* 16-11 .593 8-4 8-7 31-27-1 .534 11-5-1 13-14 7-8 L2 Rutgers* 16-11 .593 7-2 9-9 31-25 .554 14-6 17-17 0-2 L2 Notre Dame* 14-13 .519 9-6 5-7 31-27 .534 11-8 9-13 11-6 L1 Pittsburgh* 10-17 .370 4-8 6-9 28-28 .500 12-8 12-12 4-8 L3 Villanova 10-17 .370 4-8 6-9 28-27 .509 12-11 12-14 4-2 L4 Georgetown 10-17 .370 6-9 4-8 24-29 .453 9-13 8-11 7-5 W1 West Virginia 9-18 .333 7-8 2-10 23-32 .418 15-11 3-14 5-7 L1 Cincinnati 7-20 .259 3-12 4-8 18-38 .321 10-20 7-13 1-5 L1 * - qualified for BIG EAST Championship # - clinched regular season title & - BIG EAST Tournament Champion

2012 BIG EAST Championship Bright House Field, Clearwater, Fla. Wednesday, May 23 Game 1 - No. 3 Seton Hall 6, No. 6 Rutgers 1 Game 2 - No. 2 St. John’s 12, No. 7 Notre Dame 2 (7 innings) Game 3 - No. 1 Louisville 8, No. 8 Pittsburgh 4 Game 4 - No. 5 Connecticut 7, No. 4 USF 2 Thursday, May 24 Game 5 - No. 7 Notre Dame 9, No. 6 Rutgers 0 Game 6 - No. 2 St. John’s 6, No. 3 Seton Hall 3 Game 7 - No. 4 USF 12, No. 8 Pittsburgh 5

2012 NCAA Championship Tucson Regional Hi Corbett Field - Tucson, Ariz. Friday, June 1 No. 3 Louisville 3, No. 2 New Mexico State 2 Saturday, June 2 No. 1 Arizona 16, No. 3 Louisville 4 Sunday, June 3 No. 3 Louisville 11, No. 4 Missouri 3 No. 1 Arizona 16, No. 3 Louisville 3 Chapel Hill Regional Boshamer Stadium - Chapel Hill, N.C. Friday, June 1 No. 3 St. John’s 11, No. 2 East Carolina 3

Friday, May 25 Game 8 - No. 5 Connecticut 4, No. 1 Louisville 1 Game 9 - No. 7 Notre Dame 4, No. 3 Seton Hall 3 Game 10 - No. 4 USF 6, No. 1 Louisville 2

Saturday, June 2 No. 3 St. John’s 5, No. 1 North Carolina 4

Saturday, May 26 Game 11 - No. 2 St. John’s 2, No. 7 Notre Dame 1 Game 12 - No. 4 USF 1, No. 5 Connecticut 0 Game 14 - No. 4 USF 2, No. 5 Connecticut 1

Tucson Super Regional Best-of-Three Series Hi Corbett Field Tucson, Ariz. June 8 Game 1 - Arizona 7, St. John’s 6

Sunday, May 27 - Championship Game No. 2 St. John’s 7, No. 4 USF 3

June 9 Game 2 - Arizona 7, St. John’s 4

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Sunday, June 3 No. 3 St. John’s 9, No. 1 North Carolina 5

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2012 Season Review

Team Leaders

The BIG EAST Among NCAA Stat Leaders (2012 Final) Individual Leaders

Batting Average School 41. Louisville

G 63

AB 2139

Scoring School 20. Louisville 38. St. John’s

G 63 63

R R/G 427 6.8 400 6.3

Triples Per Game School 12. Seton Hall t43. Pittsburgh

G 3B T/G 58 25 0.43 56 18 0.32

Stolen Bases Per Game School 30. Louisville t37. St. John’s

SB CS SB/G 96 24 1.53 92 25 1.46

H 632

Hits Allowed Per Nine Innings School IP 22. USF 537.1

H 480

H/9 8.04

Strikeouts Per Nine Innings School IP 42. Louisville 560.2

SO 474

K/9 7.6

Walks Allowed Per Nine Innings School IP BB 29. USF 537.1 168 30. Notre Dame 511.2 160 45. Rutgers 495.2 162 46. Pittsburgh 486.0 159 On Base Percentage School AB H BB 22. Louisville 2139 632 229 Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio School IP 22. Notre Dame 511

SO 417

Batting Average Name, School 19. Patrick Kivlehan, RU 20. Mike Garza, GU t49. Rick Devereaux, Pitt

BA .295

BB/G 2.81 2.81 2.94 2.94 HBP 115

SF SH PCT 29 48 .389

BB 160

K/BB 2.61

G 51 53 56

AB 189 220 231

H 74 86 86

BA .392 .391 .372

Runs Per Game Name, School G t33. Jeremy Baltz, STJ 63 41. Nick Ratajczak, UofL 63 t49. Matt Wessinger, STJ 63

R 65 64 62

PG 1.03 1.02 0.98

Doubles Per Game Name, School t19. Mike Garza, GU t31. Justin Glass, UC

G 53 56

2B PG 21 0.40 21 0.38

Triples Per Game Name, School 29. Will Walsh, SHU t41. Tyler Sciacca, VU

G 57 55

3B PG 7 0.13 6 0.11

Home Runs Per Game Name, School G t18. Patrick Kivlehan, RU 51 t48. Eric Jagielo, ND 58

HR PG 14 0.27 13 0.22

Runs Batted In Per Game Name, School G t34. Stewart Ijames, UofL 63

RBI PG 65 1.03

Slugging Percentage Name, School AB TB PCT 6. Patrick Kivlehan, RU 189 131 .693 40. Mike Garza, GU 220 135 .614 On-Base Percentage Name, School 25. Patrick Kivlehan, RU Stolen Bases Per Game Name, School SB 4. Adam Engel, UofL 37 20. Matt Wessinger, STJ 34 41. Patrick Kivlehan, RU 24

AB H BB HBP SF SH PCT 189 74 22 14 4 0 .480 CS 2 2 4

SB/G 0.73 0.54 0.47

Hit by Pitch Per Game Name, School G 10. Marlon Calbi, VU 53 12. Nick Ratajczak, UofL 63 t27. Ty Young, UofL 57

HBP PG 24 0.45 28 0.44 21 0.37

Toughest To Strike Out Name, School G 3. Nick Ratajczak, UofL 63 33. Cole Sturgeon, UofL 63 39. Frank Schwindel, STJ 56

AB 245 221 202

K 9 14 13

K AVG 27.2 15.8 15.5

Earned Run Average Name, School IP R ER ERA 23. Will Hudgins, ND 96.1 44 22 2.06 minimum 50 innings pitched

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Victories Name, School APP IP t37. Derrick Stultz, USF 17 87.2 Jon Prosinski, SHU 15 94.2 Justin Amlung, UofL 16 109.0 Jeff Thompson, UofL 15 78.2

W 9 9 9 9

Saves Name, School t12. Dan Slania, ND

SV 13

APP IP 31 31.0

L 1 3 4 4

Strikeouts Per Nine Innings Name, School 22. Ryan Harvey, SHU 24. Andrew Barbosa, USF 37. Kyle Hansen, STJ minimum 50 innings pitched

APP 17 17 17

IP 77.0 95.0 99.1

SO 90 110 109

K/9 10.52 10.42 9.88

Hits Allowed Per Nine Inn . Name, School 13. Andrew Barbosa, USF 45. Justin Amlung, UofL minimum 50 innings pitched

APP 17 16

IP 95.0 109.0

H 64 83

H/9 6.06 6.85

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Career Leaders BIG EAST CAREER BATTING LEADERS BY AVERAGE (Conference games only, minimum 100 at-bats) Name Craig Cooper Joe B. Cirone Marteese Robinson Grant Buckner Dennis McCaffery Randall Brooks Jason Frushour Brant Ust Kevin Cain Pete Zoccolillo Danny Gonzalez Mike Scott Lance Williams Craig Zimmerli Maurice Vaughn Dan Hummel Darren Fenster J.J. Brock Kevin Olkowski Joe McNamee Mike Neill Mike Dzurilla Lee Fritz Jeff Wagner Dan DiBartolomeo Denis Durland Rob Schmitt Matt Wolski Kevan Smith Tyrone Wayne Jim Negrych Paul DiGregorio One Year Players: Steve Nyisztor Patrick Kivlehan

School Notre Dame Rutgers Seton Hall West Virginia Villanova Notre Dame West Virginia Notre Dame Villanova Rutgers Pittsburgh UConn, Providence West Virginia Seton Hall Seton Hall Seton Hall Rutgers Notre Dame West Virginia West Virginia Villanova St. John’s West Virginia Notre Dame West Virginia St. John’s Seton Hall Rutgers Pittsburgh St. John’s Pittsburgh St. John’s Rutgers Rutgers

Years G AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO AVG 05-06 49 175 57 79 43 11 2 9 32 15 .451 97,99-00 37 115 25 51 28 10 0 6 12 13 .443 85‑87 48 192 60 83 65 11 4 14 8 17 .432 10-11 52 200 45 85 56 23 1 11 20 26 .425 90‑91 41 157 39 66 39 16 1 5 14 15 .420 96-97 41 165 40 69 32 12 4 5 13 16 .418 96-97 48 158 36 66 35 15 1 6 22 3 .418 97-99 75 242 70 100 71 19 3 19 23 20 .413 87‑89 40 124 44 51 28 10 1 5 22 20 .411 96-99 88 317 87 130 89 20 3 15 41 34 .410 93‑94 41 139 46 57 29 8 1 0 23 11 .410 99-01 76 310 83 126 44 19 10 6 29 22 .407 98-99 47 182 34 74 34 11 0 3 19 28 .407 97-99 43 161 33 65 45 14 1 5 22 33 .404 87‑89 53 179 66 72 83 9 0 26 59 17 .402 95-98 75 252 46 101 66 21 0 10 31 24 .401 97-00 93 345 90 138 86 34 3 3 35 41 .400 96-98 60 223 56 89 61 15 7 10 16 21 .399 96-98 45 154 36 61 31 10 0 3 9 11 .396 96-98 50 177 47 70 53 10 2 12 27 38 .395 89‑91 55 205 66 81 45 17 1 10 27 26 .395 97-99 69 267 65 104 66 27 2 15 15 24 .390 02-05 77 295 59 115 39 16 0 4 14 30 .390 96-99 71 251 67 98 83 17 4 24 40 33 .390 09,11 41 157 43 61 36 13 0 7 9 14 .389 88‑91 34 103 25 40 26 4 3 2 12 17 .388 91‑92 40 142 37 55 23 9 3 2 13 7 .387 99-03 74 256 53 99 54 13 2 2 27 26 .387 10-11 35 148 32 57 27 12 2 2 10 9 .385 97-98 43 164 38 63 69 16 5 13 8 15 .384 04-06 78 264 62 101 26 1 14 63 62 60 .383 85‑87 32 102 16 39 20 6 0 0 22 9 .382 2010 27 113 29 49 27 11 0 3 3 6 .434 2012 27 102 28 41 36 5 1 10 14 19 .402

BIG EAST CAREER PITCHING LEADERS BY ERA (Conference games only, minimum 36 innings) Player Matt Dalton Scott Oberg Justin Muir George Fernandez Pete Walker C.J. Nitkowski Andrew Barbosa Rich Scheid Kevin Morton Mike Genovese Jim Navilliat Aaron Heilman Trystan Magnuson Ryan Kalita George Brown John Klopp Zack Pitts Colin Lynch Stephen Rivera Sean Fitzgerald Tom Migliozzi Matt Barnes Jeff Miller Charles Nagy Kevin Quackenbush Joe Saunders Jeff Manship Darin Schmalz Justin Amlung One-Year Players: Phil Cundari Scott Madison Bob Balazentis Colby Wark Nate Jeanes

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School Years G GS CG IP Virginia Tech 01-03 27 0 0 37.1 Connecticut 09-10,12 33 0 0 58.0 St. John’s 04-06 23 0 0 42.1 Seton Hall 09,11-12 32 0 0 42.0 Connecticut 89‑90 12 12 8 82.2 St. John’s 93‑94 15 12 8 102.2 USF 10,12 17 17 2 110.2 Seton Hall 85‑86 14 14 8 85.2 Seton Hall 87‑89 15 12 6 97.1 Seton Hall 10-12 21 0 0 37.1 Providence 85‑86 12 10 6 78.1 Notre Dame 98-01 35 23 18 188.1 Louisville 06-07 19 4 0 44.2 Notre Dame 00-03 14 8 0 58.2 St. John’s 06-08 21 18 0 123.2 Villanova 94-96 24 0 0 54.1 Louisville 06-08 11 9 1 68.0 St. John’s 06-08 33 0 0 45.2 St. John’s 09-12 40 0 0 76.1 Notre Dame 11-12 28 2 0 54.1 St. John’s 88‑91 21 16 12 122.0 Connecticut 09-11 22 19 3 142.0 Rutgers 96-98 30 0 0 40.1 Connecticut 87‑88 15 10 9 83.1 USF 08-11 35 0 0 50.0 Virginia Tech 01-02 17 15 8 110.1 Notre Dame 05-06 14 13 0 76.0 Notre Dame 96-97 13 13 10 88.2 Louisville 10-12 23 21 0 144.0

R ER H SO BB W‑L SV ERA 8 5 17 24 6 5-1 12 1.21 11 8 41 40 11 8-1 5 1.24 13 6 38 29 22 4-1 2 1.28 7 6 30 27 24 2-1 1 1.29 26 17 80 57 29 5‑5 0 1.85 31 22 85 100 39 6‑5 1 1.93 29 24 77 135 24 10-4 0 1.95 34 20 54 100 45 10‑1 0 2.10 31 23 81 88 37 11‑1 0 2.13 13 9 32 14 7 1-2 2 2.17 30 19 67 42 22 5‑3 1 2.18 65 50 142 199 60 23-4 5 2.39 15 12 39 28 7 3-1 6 2.42 23 16 51 49 19 5-1 0 2.45 43 34 119 71 25 12-2 0 2.47 22 15 38 29 20 5-0 10 2.48 24 19 61 51 9 4-2 0 2.51 16 13 37 41 21 5-0 12 2.56 26 22 65 65 33 6-1 4 2.59 16 16 44 40 7 4-1 5 2.65 44 36 104 83 38 14‑3 0 2.65 45 42 101 130 39 15-3 0 2.66 21 12 41 28 26 4-3 8 2.69 31 25 54 112 50 6‑5 3 2.70 21 15 32 56 18 3-3 11 2.70 47 33 121 110 27 10-2 0 2.70 24 23 62 79 19 7-1 1 2.71 38 27 93 59 21 10-3 0 2.74 51 44 119 128 36 13-3 0 2.75

Seton Hall 1985 5 5 5 37.0 8 5 20 39 10 5-0 Rutgers 1996 6 6 4 43.1 12 11 43 31 10 4-1 Pittsburgh 1998 9 5 3 39.0 17 11 39 46 8 2-3 Louisville 2007 10 6 0 36.2 15 11 81 46 19 2-2 Boston College 2005 8 8 2 49.1 21 15 44 44 11 2-5

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Team USF Cincinnati Seton Hall Connecticut Villanova St. John’s Georgetown Notre Dame West Virginia Villanova Villanova Villanova Louisville Notre Dame

Years GP 2008-11 108 2008-11 108 2008-11 108 2008-11 107 2008-11 106 2009-12 106 2008-11 105 2006-09 105 2005-08 105 2005-08 105 2005-08 104 2009-12 104 2008, 10-12 104 2005-08 103

AT-BATS Player Tyler Kuhn A.J. Rusbarsky Jeremy Barnes Jonathan Koscso Chris Peters Mike Nemeth Steve Stanley Derek Shunk Matt Wessinger Stewart Ijames Ryan Arcadia

Team West Virginia Seton Hall Notre Dame USF Cincinnati Connecticut Notre Dame Villanova St. John’s Louisville Villanova

Years G 2005-08 105 2008-11 108 2006-09 105 2008-11 108 2008-11 108 2008-11 107 1999-02 102 2005-08 105 2009-12 106 2008, 10-12 104 2005-08 104

AB 446 427 424 413 412 406 399 396 395 383 381

RUNS Player Steve Stanley Brett Lilley George Springer David DeJesus Tyler Kuhn Darren Fenster Jedd Gyorko Brian Fili Pete Zoccolillo Matt Wessinger Dana Brown

Team Notre Dame Notre Dame Connecticut Rutgers West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia Villanova Rutgers St. John’s Seton Hall

Years 1999-02 2005-08 2009-11 1998-00 2005-08 1997-00 2008- 1994-97 1996-99 2009-12 1986‑89

G 102 103 80 68 105 93 81 78 88 106 69

R 110 98 95 93 92 90 90 88 87 84 84

HITS Player Steve Stanley Tyler Kuhn Darren Fenster Jonathan Koscso Pete Zoccolillo Mike Scott Jeremy Barnes Mike Nemeth Brett Lilley Grant Buckner Jedd Gyorko Bryan Spamer

Team Notre Dame West Virginia Rutgers USF Rutgers UConn/PC Notre Dame Connecticut Notre Dame West Virginia West Virginia Pittsburgh

Years 1999-02 2005-08 1997-00 2008-11 1996-99 1999-01 2006-09 2008-11 2005-08 2008-11 2008-10 2001-04

G 102 105 93 108 88 75 105 107 103 85 81 101

H 152 150 138 135 130 126 125 124 124 124 123 121

RUNS BATTED IN Player Alec Porzel Stewart Ijames Stan Posluszny Mike Nemeth Pete Zoccolillo Rob Cafiero Darren Fenster Paul O’Toole Alex Andreopoulos Maurice Vaughn Jeff Wagner George Springer Ryan Wright Matt Wessinger

Team Notre Dame Louisville West Virginia Connecticut Rutgers Villanova Rutgers Notre Dame Seton Hall Seton Hall Notre Dame Connecticut Louisville St. John’s

Years G 1998-01 93 2008, 10-12 104 2003-06 93 2008-11 107 1996-99 88 1999-02 98 1997-00 93 1999-02 99 1992‑95 82 1987‑89 53 1996-99 71 2009-11 80 2009-11 79 2009-12 106

RBI 102 100 90 89 89 88 86 86 83 83 83 82 82 81

STOLEN BASES Player Mike Lyons Steve Stanley Tony Campana Scott Elliot Chris Graziano

Team Providence Notre Dame Cincinnati Georgetown Villanova

Years 1991-94 1999-02 2007-08 1985-87 2000-03

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DOUBLES Player Justin Jenkins Paul Karmas Grant Buckner Darren Fenster Alec Porzel Drew Locke John Schultz Corey Bike Mike Dzurilla Tim Pahuta Stan Posluszny

Team West Virginia St. John’s West Virginia Rutgers Notre Dame Boston College Pittsburgh Providence St. John’s Seton Hall West Virginia

Years 2005-07 2008-11 2008-11 1997-00 1998-01 2002-05 2008-11 1994-97 1997-99 2002-05 2003-06

G 78 85 85 93 93 91 99 83 69 93 93

2B 36 35 35 34 33 31 31 30 27 27 27

TRIPLES Player Adam Neubart Mike Scott Craig Biggio Charles Bilezikjian J.J. Brock Mike Lyons Brian Majeski Don Martone Lou Merloni Steve Stanley Brian Stavisky

Team Rutgers UConn/PC Seton Hall St. John’s Notre Dame Providence Connecticut Providence Providence Notre Dame Notre Dame

Years 1996-98 1999-01 1985‑87 1999-02 1996-98 1991‑94 1992‑94 1988‑92 1990‑93 1999-02 2000-02

G 59 75 54 89 60 78 54 79 81 102 71

3B 10 10 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

HOME RUNS Player Maurice Vaughn Stewart Ijames Jeff Wagner Sean McGowan George Springer Jason Grabowski Brad Rea Stewart Ijames Chris Dominguez Brian Packin Alec Porzel Mike Olt David Chester Gary Scott Brant Ust Rob Cafiero Joe Lydic Stan Posluszny

Team Seton Hall Louisville Notre Dame Boston College Connecticut Connecticut Pittsburgh Louisville Louisville Connecticut Notre Dame Connecticut Pittsburgh Villanova Notre Dame Villanova Pittsburgh West Virginia

Years G 1987‑89 53 2008, 10-12 104 1996-99 71 1996-99 80 2009-11 80 1995-97 70 1999-02 98 2010-12 81 2006-09 80 1997-00 90 1998-01 93 2008-10 66 2010-11 53 1987‑89 51 1997-99 75 1999-02 98 1999-00 49 2003-06 93

HR 26 25 24 23 22 21 21 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 19 18 18 18

BASES ON BALLS Player Sean Irey Charles Bilezikjian Anthony Seratellis Jim Negrych T.J. Delvecchio Dana Brown Brett Lilley Maurice Vaughn Mike Nemeth Jeff Waldron Tom Farley Brian Fili Pete Vafiades

Team Connecticut St. John’s Seton Hall Pittsburgh Providence Seton Hall Notre Dame Seton Hall Connecticut Boston College Georgetown Villanova Providence

Years 1991‑94 1999-02 2002-05 2004-06 1992-95 1986‑89 2005-08 1987‑89 2008-11 1996-99 1994-97 1994-97 1993-96

G 80 89 93 78 82 69 103 53 107 95 85 78 84

BB 69 66 63 62 61 60 60 59 58 57 56 56 56

STRIKEOUTS Player Timmy Jones Sean Lamont Brandon Cohen Dan Capeless Steve Dickinson James Dolbier Anthony Seratelli Chris Affinito Chris Schmidt Todd Brazeal Rand Ravnaas Josh Corman Sean Mignogna Rick Welsh

Team Georgetown Georgetown Seton Hall Georgetown Pittsburgh Villanova Seton Hall Seton Hall West Virginia USF Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Villanova

Years 2003-06 2008-11 2003-06 2008-11 1996-99 2005-08 2002-05 2006-09 1999-02 2009-12 2009-12 1997-00 1996-99 1995-98

G 99 98 83 105 79 95 96 89 80 99 94 94 89 76

SO 118 115 102 99 98 92 90 88 87 85 84 82 82 82

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GAMES Player Kevin Kilpatrick Pablo Vincent Daniel Kennedy Matt Singer Will Hudgins Stephen Rivera Mike James Kevin Lillis Gavin Logsdon Shawn Sanford Gabriel Shaw Chris Noonan Isaac Pavlik David Erickson Tom Klemm Matt Pustay John Probst Joe DiRocco Kyle Weiland Mike Francisco

Team St. John’s Georgetown Georgetown Seton Hall Notre Dame St. John’s Connecticut Seton Hall Louisville USF Louisville Seton Hall Seton Hall Connecticut St. John’s Rutgers Seton Hall Seton Hall Notre Dame Villanova

Years No. 2009-12 43 2009-12 42 2005-08 42 2008- 41 2009-12 40 2009-12 40 2001-04 39 2007-10 39 2006-09 39 2007-09 39 2008-11 38 2002-04 38 2000-02 38 2005; 07-09 37 2000-03 37 2003-06 37 1996-99 37 2008-11 37 2006-08 37 2008-11 37

INNINGS PITCHED Player Casey Gaynor Tim Adelman Randy Fontanez Matt Iannazzo Stephen Langone Brian Streilein Aaron Heilman Doug MacNeil Michael Gaggioli Mike Loree Jon Prosinski Brian Dupra Zac Cline Justin Marks

Team Rutgers Georgetown USF Pittsburgh Boston College Villanova Notre Dame Boston College Georgetown Villanova Seton Hall Notre Dame West Virginia Louisville

Years 2007-10 2007-10 2008-11 2010-12 1997-00 2007-10 1998-01 1988‑91 2005-08 2004-07 2010- 2009-11 2002-04 2007-09

GAMES STARTED Player Randy Fontanez Corey Baker Casey Gaynor Greg Nappo Tim Adelman Joe DiRocco Michael Gaggioli Mike Loree Matt Iannazzo Corey Baker Joe DiRocco Justin Marks

Team USF Pittsburgh Rutgers Connecticut Georgetown Seton Hall Georgetown Villanova Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Seton Hall Louisville

Years G 2008-11 36 2008-11 36 2007-10 32 2007;09-11 32 2007-10 33 2008-11 37 2005-08 28 2004-06 29 2010-12 28 2009-11 27 2009-11 27 2007-09 27

GS 35 33 32 32 31 31 28 28 27 27 27 27

COMPLETE GAMES Player Aaron Heilman Todd Incantalupo Bobby Brownlie Zac Cline Chris Lambert Patrick Sperone Derek Adair Stephen Langone Doug MacNeil Curt Romboli John Kelly Tom Migliozzi

Team Notre Dame Providence Rutgers West Virginia Boston College Connecticut St. John’s Boston College Boston College Boston College Connecticut St. John’s

Years 1998-01 1995-97 2000-02 2002-04 2002-04 1999-02 1995-97 1997-00 1988‑91 1992-95 1992‑94 1988‑91

CG 18 15 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 12 12 12

G 32 33 27 28 33 31 35 29 28 29 27 27 24 27

GS 23 21 20 24 24 24 20 33 29 19 17 16

IP 195.2 195.1 194.1 190.0 189.2 188.2 188.1 183.1 178.0 175.2 174.2 173.0 173.0 172.1

WINS Player Aaron Heilman Randy Fontanez Todd Incantalupo Justin Marks Chris Lambert Dan Osterbrock Greg Nappo Matt Iannazzo Matt Barnes Randy Fontanez Brian Kenny Bobby Brownlie Stephen Langone Mike Macone Tom Migliozzi Matt Morris Alex Shilliday Patrick Sperone Anthony Varvaro

Team Notre Dame USF Providence Louisville Boston College Cincinnati Connecticut Pittsburgh Connecticut USF Villanova Rutgers Boston College Providence St. John’s Seton Hall Notre Dame Connecticut St. John’s

Years 1998-01 2008-11 1995-97 2007-09 2002-04 2006-08 2007-11 2010-12 2009-11 2009-11 1988‑91 2000-02 1997-00 1993-95 1988‑91 1993-95 1996-99 1999-02 2003-05

G 35 36 24 27 24 26 32 27 22 27 20 22 33 25 21 22 26 25 24

W 23 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

LOSSES Player Tim Adleman Eduardo Pena Randy Erwin Kyle Helisek Paul Bibbo Will Harris Nick Allen Michael Gaggioli Sean Maloney Eric Sutton Matt Irvin Dan Merklinger Curt Romboli John Schultz

Team Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Villanova Boston College Georgetown Villanova Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Pittsburgh Seton Hall Boston College Pittsburgh

Years 2007-10 2002-05 1999-01 2009-12 1996-99 2009-12 2002-05 2005-08 1990‑93 2000-02 1998-01 2005-07 1992‑95 1996-99

G 33 31 20 32 30 27 29 28 26 18 30 22 23 30

L 22 20 19 18 18 17 16 15 15 14 13 13 13 13

STRIKEOUTS Player Team Years IP SO Aaron Heilman Notre Dame 1998-01 188.1 199 Randy Fontanez USF 2008-11 192.0 185 Justin Marks Louisville 2007-09 172.1 181 Kyle Hansen St. John’s 2010- 171.2 171 Jason Grilli Seton Hall 1995-97 143.2 164 Chris Lambert Boston College 2002-04 149.2 164 Scott Barnes St. John’s 2006-08 158.1 163 Doug MacNeil Boston College 1988‑91 183.1 144 Tim Norton Connecticut 2003-06 152.0 144 Kevin Mulvey Villanova 2004-06 165.2 144 Randy Fontanez USF 2008- 192.0 140 Kevin McGerry St. John’s 1998-00 137.1 138 SAVES Player Craig Hansen Matt Dalton Colin Lynch Shawn Sanford Kevin Quackenbush Kevin Vance Neil Holland John Klopp Isaac Pavlik Shawn Sanford Kyle Weiland Andrew Burkett Benny Mejia Jake Geglein Al Grossguth Mike James Daniel Kennedy James Russell

Team St. John’s Virginia Tech St. John’s USF USF Connecticut Louisville Villanova Seton Hall USF Notre Dame Cincinnati Seton Hall Cincinnati Providence Connecticut Georgetown Villanova

Years 2003-05 2001-03 2006-08 2007-09 2009-11 2009-11 2009-10 1994-96 2000-02 2007-08 2006-08 2009-10 2010-12 2006-09 1987‑90 2001-04 2005-08 2001-03

G 34 27 33 39 31 20 15 24 38 30 37 18 26 35 24 31 42 18

S 14 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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At-Bats 9 Graig Badger, RU (5) vs. ND (3), May 11, 2003 Matt Wolski, RU (5) vs. ND (3), May 11, 2003 Wyatt Toregas, VT (35) vs. GU (4), April 21, 2002

Innings 12 Tom Migliozzi, STJ (2) vs. UConn (1), April 14, 1990

Runs 7 Brad Bauder, VT (35) vs. GU (4), April 21, 2002 Hits 8

Brad Bauder, VT (35) vs. GU (4), April 21, 2002

Strikeouts 18 Aaron Heilman, ND (3) vs. WVU (1), April 15, 2000 Jason Grilli, SHU (7) vs. UConn (2), April 26, 1997 Walks Issued 11 Mark Loughlin, PC (1) vs. VU (13), April 13, 1991

Doubles 4 Carl Del Rosario, STJ (19) vs. VU (7), March 20, 2009

No-Hitters 1 Randy Fontanez, USF (4) vs. ND (0), March 26, 2010 Scott Barnes, STJ (16) vs. GU (0), April 20, 2007 Kevin Mulvey, VU (3) vs. UConn (0), March 26, 2005 (7 innings) Shaun Parker, RU (9) vs. VU (0), May 17, 2003 (5 innings) Kevin Field, GU (0) vs. RU (1), April 6, 2002 Chris Enochs, WVU (10) vs. VU (0), March 27, 1997 Jim O’Brien, PC (10) vs. STJ (1), May 5, 1996 Jeff DiNuzzo, SHU (1) vs. UConn (0), April 2, 1990

Triples 2 10 players (Last By: T.J. Jones, UC (9) vs. Pitt (5), March 22, 2009)

Most Hits Allowed 16 Mark Bettencourt, BC (4) vs. UConn (21), April 17, 1994 Des Schnur, Pitt (4) vs. UConn (16), May 6, 1990

Home Runs 4 Jeremy Baltz, STJ (8) vs. UofL (5), May 14, 2010 Brad Bauder, VT (35) vs. GU (4), April 21, 2002 Brian Packin, UConn (22) vs. STJ (11), April 14, 1999 Jeff Uccello, UConn (28) vs. BC (7), April 20, 1996

Most Runs Allowed 16 Des Schnur, Pitt (4) vs. UConn (16), May 6, 1990

Runs Batted In 14 Brad Bauder, VT (35) vs. GU (4), April 21, 2002 Total Bases 23 Brad Bauder, VT (35) vs. GU (4), April 21, 2002

Most Earned Runs Allowed 14 Des Schnur, Pitt (4) vs. UConn (16), May 6, 1990

Sacrifice Hits 3 Dallas Crews, WVU vs. BC, April 12, 2002 Sacrifice Flies 3 Daniel Burton, UofL vs. SHU, May 20, 2006 Strikeouts 5 James Dolbier, VU vs. SHU, March 30, 2007 Bases on Balls 5 Dave Pizzini, VU (7) vs. Pitt (6), March 6, 2001 Stolen Bases 4 Nick Ahmed, UConn (8) vs. GU (2), April 17, 2010 Jamel Scott, UC (5) vs. ND (4), April 9, 2009 Mike Lamitola, SHU (12) vs. Pitt (0), March 23, 1990

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Record Book C o n f e r e n c e G a m e s O n ly Single Season Individual Batting At-Bats 125 Jimmy Parque, St. John’s, 2009 Runs 47 David DeJesus, Rutgers, 1999 Hits 54

Darren Fenster, Rutgers, 1999

RBIs 45

Vince Belnome, West Virginia, 2009

Total Bases 96 David Kim, Seton Hall, 1997 Batting Average .522 Dave Ford, Connecticut, 1985 (24-46) Doubles 14 Billy Rich, Connecticut, 1997 Triples 8 Mike Scott, Providence, 1999 Home Runs 14 David Kim, Seton Hall, 1997 Ben Copeland, Pittsburgh, 2005 Strikeouts 41 Connor Jones, Villanova, 2012 Bases on Balls 30 Charles Bilezikjian, St. John’s, 2002 Stolen Bases 28 Boomer Whiting, Louisville, 2007

Single Season Individual Pitching Innings Pitched 77.1 Zac Cline, West Virginia, 2003 Strikeouts 81 Andrew Barbosa, USF, 2012 Bases on Balls 38 Jonathan Jones, West Virginia, 2009 Complete Games 8 Billy Biggs, West Virginia, 2002 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame, 2001

Seton Hall’s David Kim owns the BIG EAST season records for total bases (96) and home runs (14).

Single Game Individual Fielding Errors 4 Rob Grable, 3B, STJ vs. Pitt, March 24, 1991 Jimmy Mayer, SS, Pitt vs. GU, May 20, 2005

Earned Run Average 0.33 Scott Oberg, Connecticut, 2012 (1 ER in 27.1 IP) Wins 8

Matt Barnes, Connecticut, 2011 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame, 2001 Marc DesRoches, Providence, 1999 Chris Enochs, West Virginia, 1997

Losses 8 Tim Adleman, Georgetown, 2008 Saves 9 Neil Holland, Louisville, 2010 Andrew Burkett, Cincinnati, 2010

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Season Team Batting

Longest Games - Innings 19 Rutgers vs. Notre Dame, May 11, 2003 18 Louisville vs. Seton Hall, May 5, 2011 17 Louisville vs. Seton Hall, March 28, 2009 16 Providence vs. Seton Hall, March 25, 1991 USF vs. Notre Dame, May, 16, 2008

At-Bats 1,007 St. John’s

2009

Runs 257 Rutgers

1999

Hits 350 Pittsburgh

2010

Runs Batted In 234 Rutgers

1999

Total Bases 522 West Virginia

2009

Batting Average .376 Rutgers

1999

Doubles 80 West Virginia

2009

Triples 17 Notre Dame

2001

Home Runs 50 Seton Hall

1987

Strikeouts 227 Cincinnati

2012

Base on Balls 147 Rutgers

2003

Stolen Bases 88 Pittsburgh

1994

At-Bats 65 Virginia Tech vs. Georgetown, April 21, 2002 Louisville vs. Seton Hall, March 28, 2009 At-Bats, Both Teams 129 Louisville (65) vs. Seton Hall (64), March 28, 2009 Runs 35 Virginia Tech vs. Georgetown, April 21, 2002 Runs, Both Teams 43 Providence (25) vs. Connecticut (18), April 5, 1999 Runs, One inning 12 Seton Hall vs. Georgetown, 1st inn., April 11, 1987 Hits 37

Virginia Tech vs. Georgetown, April 21, 2002

Hits, Both Teams 50 Providence (30) vs. Connecticut (20), April 5, 1999 Total Bases 68 Virginia Tech vs. Georgetown, April 21, 2002 Total Bases, Both Teams 98 Pittsburgh vs Notre Dame, May 7, 2000 Doubles 10 Seton Hall vs. Villanova, May 10, 1987 Notre Dame vs. Georgetown, March 20, 2008 Triples 4 Louisville vs. Seton Hall, April 20, 2007 Home Runs 8 Connecticut vs. Boston College, May 4, 1997 Sacrifice Hits 6 Seton Hall vs. Providence, May 5, 1990 Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, May 11, 2007 Sacrifice Flies 6 St. John’s vs. USF, May 13, 2006 Stolen Bases 9 Georgetown vs. Connecticut, April 4, 1998

SINGLE GAME TEAM FIELDING

SEASON TEAM PITCHING Wins 22 Connecticut Notre Dame

2011 2001

Losses 24 Georgetown

2002, 1999

Saves 10 Louisville

2010

Earned Run Average 2.28 Connecticut

2011

Strikeouts 241 Louisville

2009

Base on Balls 156 West Virginia

2012

Errors 8 Georgetown vs. Boston College, March 24, 1990 USF vs. Connecticut, April 12, 2010 Errors, Both Teams 11 Georgetown (6) vs. Providence (5), April 19, 1998

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Batting Average Year Player, Team 2012 Patrick Kivlehan, RU 2011 Grant Buckner, WVU 2010 Steve Nyisztor, RU 2009 Junior Carlin, USF 2008 Ryan Lockwood, USF 2007 Jon Gossard, RU 2006 Craig Cooper, ND 2005 Craig Cooper, ND 2004 Craig Cooper, ND 2003 Lee Fritz, WVU 2002 Steve Stanley, ND 2001 Mike Scott, UConn 2000 Joe Cirone, RU 1999 Darren Fenster, RU 1998 Brant Ust, ND 1997 Jeff Wagner, ND 1996 Kevin Penwell, BC 1995 Kevin Penwell, BC 1994 Josh Tyler, Pitt 1993 Mike Martin, BC 1992 Sal Tinnerello, UConn 1991 David Honor, STJ 1990 Dennis McCaffery, VU 1989 Kevin Cain, VU 1988 Dana Brown, SHU 1987 Marteese Robinson, SHU 1986 Roger Haggerty, PC 1985 Dave Ford, UConn

G 27 27 27 22 23 24 26 23 23 24 26 26 23 26 19 21 23 21 20 21 18 20 21 16 18 18 18 15

AB 102 103 113 70 97 89 108 67 66 100 102 102 81 107 75 80 84 66 78 81 67 77 83 60 66 81 64 46

Hits Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Player, Team Mike Garza, GU Grant Buckner, WVU Steve Nyisztor, RU Dan DiBartolomeo, WVU Tyler Kuhn, WVU Brian Kemp, STJ Craig Cooper, ND Justin Jenkins, WVU Matt Macri, ND Lee Fritz, WVU Steve Stanley, ND Mike Scott, UConn Darren Fenster, RU Darren Fenster, RU Mike Dzurilla, STJ Billy Rich, UConn Jason Grabowski, UConn Jim Duffy, SHU Josh Tyler, Pitt Mike Martin, BC Kevin Armstrong, VU Rob Schmitt, SHU Mike Neill, VU Dennis McCaffery, VU Mike Randazzo, SHU Dana Brown, SHU Marteese Robinson, SHU Roger Haggerty, PC Joe Giaquinto, BC Matt Stennett, Pitt

G 27 27 27 27 27 27 26 25 26 24 26 26 23 26 21 24 25 21 20 21 19 21 20 21 18 18 18 18 18 18

H 43 45 49 47 48 46 52 37 38 44 44 46 38 54 39 47 40 34 37 39 30 30 36 38 32 30 42 32 27 27

Runs Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Player, Team Nick Favatella, RU George Springer, UConn Jedd Gyorko, WVU George Springer, UConn Tyler Kuhn, WVU Todd Frazier, RU Craig Cooper, ND Ben Copeland, Pitt Matt Macri, ND Marc Tugwell, VT Steve Stanley, ND

G 27 27 27 27 27 27 26 25 26 25 26

R 29 27 34 41 31 35 43 28 36 31 30

H 41 45 49 33 44 35 52 27 31 44 44 46 37 54 37 39 37 29 37 39 29 34 38 31 30 42 32 24

AVG. .402 .437 .434 .471 .454 .393 .481 .403 .470 .440 .431 .491 .457 .505 .493 .488 .440 .439 .474 .481 .433 .442 .458 .517 .455 .519 .500 .522

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Steve Stanley, ND David DeJesus, RU David DeJesus, RU Glenn Katz, UConn David Kim, SHU Brian Fili, VU Bob O’Toole, PC Dennis Dwyer, UConn Craig Crawley, Pitt Danny Gonzalez, Pitt Jack Stanczak, VU Sean Irey, UConn Mike Neill, VU Mike Feoli, SHU John Belicka, GU Gary Scott, VU Jim Sears, VU Dana Brown, SHU Craig Biggio, SHU Craig Biggio, SHU Steve Caravello, SHU

26 23 26 23 24 21 21 21 20 20 21 20 20 18 20 17 16 18 18 18 18

38 27 47 29 34 37 34 29 29 29 28 29 32 21 21 24 24 27 35 27 21

Runs Batted In Year Player, Team 2012 Patrick Kivlehan, Rutgers 2011 George Springer, UConn 2010 David Chester, Pitt 2009 Vince Belnome, WVU 2008 Cameron Satterwhite, UC Mike Olt, UConn Jaren Matthews, RU 2007 Neall French, UC 2006 Stan Posluszny, WVU 2005 Jim Negrych, Pitt 2004 Matt Bransfield, ND 2003 Marc Tugwell, VT Matt Edwards, ND 2002 Brian Macchi, BC Paul O’Toole, ND Brant Colamarino, Pitt Brendan Mannix, VU 2001 Alec Porzel, ND 2000 Alec Porzel, ND 1999 Pete Zoccolillo, RU 1998 Tyrone Wayne, STJ 1997 David Kim, SHU 1996 Larry Kleinz, VU 1995 John Garside, PC 1994 Kyle Cooney, UConn 1993 Chris Taylor, BC 1992 Sal Tinnerello, UConn Alex Andreopoulos, SHU 1991 Brian Kelley, BC Joe Hayward, BC 1990 John Belicka, GU 1989 Gary Scott, VU 1988 Maurice Vaughn, SHU Gary Scott, VU 1987 Maurice Vaughn, SHU 1986 Roger Haggerty, PC 1985 Rocky Daley, BC

G RBI 27 36 27 34 26 36 27 45 27 30 27 30 27 30 25 32 27 34 25 25 26 33 25 26 23 26 25 30 26 30 25 30 25 30 26 35 25 27 26 40 20 33 24 42 21 43 19 29 20 27 18 24 18 26 21 26 21 27 21 27 20 22 17 27 17 21 16 21 18 37 18 26 18 23

Stolen Bases Year Player, Team 2012 Charlie Markson, ND Billy Ferriter, UConn 2011 George Springer 2010 Nick Ahmed, UConn 2009 Danny Lopez, Pitt 2008 Tony Campana, UC 2007 Boomer Whiting, UofL 2006 Austin Wasserman, UConn Mark McLaughlin, GU 2005 Jared McGuire, BC 2004 Ben Copeland, Pitt 2003 Graig Badger, RU 2002 Chris Graziano, VU 2001 Chris Graziano, VU 2000 Joe Cuervo, SHU

G 26 27 27 26 20 27 27 25 27 25 26 25 25 19 24

SB 13 13 14 15 10 19 28 9 9 14 15 15 14 15 16

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Glenn Katz, UConn Steve Stanley, ND Giancarlo Diprima, STJ Scott Lobaugh, Pitt Giancarlo Diprima, STJ VJ Carrero, SHU Ryan Gorecki, SHU Craig Crawley, Pitt Dennis Dwyer, UConn Mike Lyons, PC Dave Fraser, BC Mike Lamitola, SHU Brian Specyalski, UConn Dana Brown, SHU Marteese Robinson, SHU Craig Biggio, SHU Joe Gervais, GU

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12 12 10 16 16 16 14 21 20 14 12 18 14 17 16 16 15

Doubles Year Player, Team 2012 Mike Garza, GU 2011 Matt Fleishman, VU 2010 Jedd Gyorko, WVU Justin McDavid, WVU 2009 Jedd Gyorko, WVU 2008 Justin McClanahan, UofL 2007 Logan Johnson, UofL 2006 Justin Jenkins, WVU 2005 Ben Copeland, Pitt 2004 Jim Negrych, Pitt 2003 Matt Carullo, GU 2002 Mike Leonard, UConn Drew Locke, BC 2001 Alec Porzel, ND 2000 Alec Porzel, ND 1999 Jake Daubert, RU 1998 Scott Friedholm, PC 1997 Billy Rich, UConn 1996 Larry Kleinz, VU Pete Tucci, PC 1995 Corey Bike, PC 1994 Scott Etsell, Pitt 1993 Brad Reese, Pitt Chris Winburn, GU Brian Sankey, BC 1992 Craig MacDonald, UConn 1991 Dennis McCaffery, VU 1990 Marek Drabinski, UConn John Belicka, GU 1989 Gary Scott, VU 1988 Chris Cioffi, Pitt 1987 Craig Biggio, SHU 1986 Jerry Carroll, PC 1985 Peter Zippel, UConn Tom Horew, Pitt Rick Murphy, BC

G 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 25 26 26 25 24 26 25 26 23 24 21 25 20 20 21 21 20 20 20 21 20 17 17 18 18 9 18 18

2B 12 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 14 9 11 11 11 13 11 13 11 14 12 12 9 9 8 8 8 11 10 9 9 9 9 13 10 6 6 6

Triples Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

G 27 26 24 27 27 24 27 26 27 27 25 24 25 26 22 25 25 17 26 17

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

Player, Team Brian O’Grady, RU Rand Ravnaas, GU James Ramsay, USF Ryan Fuller, UConn Justin Bencsko, VU Michael Rogers, SHU Austin Markel, WVU Carlos Del Rosario, STJ Isaiah Howes, UofL Logan Parker, UC Ben Copeland, Pitt Stan Posluszny, WVU Tyler Kuhn, WVU Matt Macri, ND Brennan Grogan, ND Dan Trubia, UConn Nick Cerulo, RU Brian Hearne, VU Steve Stanley, ND Ken Meyer, ND

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1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Mike Scott, PC David Marciniak, RU Sean Mignogna, GU Adam Neubart, RU Tyrone Wayne, STJ J.J. Brock, ND Adam Neubart, RU VJ Carrero, SHU Adam Neubart, RU Kevin Penwell, BC Bryan Manahan, BC Brad Bell, SHU Brian Majeski, UConn Mike Lyons, PC Brian Majeski, UConn Mike Moriarity, SHU Lou Merloni, PC Bob Kelley, PC Rob Grable, STJ Rich Esposito, GU Kerry Cahill, STJ Bill Sherbondy, Pitt Ken Coffee, UConn Bill Butler, PC Mike Palladino, STJ Frank Caccavale, STJ Craig Biggio, SHU Chris Jelic, Pitt

Home Runs Year Player, Team 2012 Patrick Kivlehan, RU 2011 David Chester, Pitt Stewart Ijames, UofL 2010 Jeremy Batlz, STJ 2009 Chris Sedon, Pitt 2008 Chris Anninos, STJ 2007 Todd Frazier, RU 2006 Logan Johnson, UofL Craig Cooper, ND Frank Meade, RU 2005 Jim Negrych, Pitt 2004 P.J. Hiser, Pitt 2003 Casey Grimm, SHU 2002 Brian Durkin, BC Brant Colamarino, Pitt Rob Cafiero, VU 2001 Brian Macchi, BC 2000 Joe Lydic, Pitt 1999 Brian Packin, UConn Sean McGowan, BC 1998 Sean McGowan, BC 1997 David Kim, SHU 1996 Jason Grabowski, UConn 1995 Bob O’Toole, PC 1994 Jim Penders, UConn Josh Tyler, Pitt 1993 Lou Merloni, PC 1992 Andy Brown, BC 1991 Mike Groppuso, SHU 1990 John Belicka, GU 1989 Gary Scott, VU Maurice Vaughn, SHU Eugene Schall, VU 1988 Maurice Vaughn, SHU 1987 Maurice Vaughn, SHU 1986 Glen Bruckner, GU 1985 Dave Ford, UConn Matt Stennett, Pitt WALKS Year Player, Team 2012 Jeff Melillo, RU 2011 David Chester, Pitt 2010 John Schultz, Pitt Jedd Gyorko, WVU 2009 Andrew Clark, UofL 2008 Nick Mullins, Pitt 2007 Todd Frazier, RU 2006 Todd Frazier, RU

26 20 24 20 23 21 16 23 23 23 24 5 21 21 21 18 20 20 21 17 18 16 18 17 18 18 18 18

8 3 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 2 2 3 3 4 3 3 4

G 27 27 27 27 25 27 27 27 26 27 25 26 25 26 25 25 24 23 26 25 20 24 25 21 21 20 20 16 18 20 17 18 16 17 18 18 15 18

HR 10 8 8 12 11 10 9 7 7 7 8 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 10 10 9 14 10 8 6 6 8 6 8 6 6 6 6 7 13 8 6 6

G 26 27 26 27 26 26 27 27

BB 17 22 24 24 22 26 29 26

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Jim Negrych, Pitt Tom Blaszak, VT Vinny Esposito, RU Charles Bilezikjian, STJ Steve Stanley, ND Matt Longo, VU Sean McGowan, BC Joe McNamee, WVU Jason Grabowski, UConn Steven Lewis, STJ Bob Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole, PC Craig Crawley, Pitt Sean Irey, UConn Sean Irey, UConn Nick Cosmo, STJ Brenden Walsh, PC Maurice Vaughn, SHU Maurice Vaughn, SHU Scott Elliott, GU Craig Biggio, SHU Steve Caravello, SHU

25 26 25 26 26 22 25 22 24 22 21 20 20 20 19 21 18 17 18 18 18

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

24 19 28 30 18 18 22 18 25 23 26 19 19 24 23 22 23 19 25 21 18

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Earned Run Average Year Player, Team 2012 Scott Oberg, UConn 2011 Jon Prosinski, SHU 2010 Andrew Strenge, UC 2009 Randy Fontanez, USF 2008 Matt Yurish, WVU 2007 Keith Cantwell, SHU 2006 Tim Norton, UConn 2005 Craig Hansen STJ 2004 Grant Johnson, ND 2003 Chris Noonan, SHU 2002 Isaac Pavlik, SHU 2001 Aaron Heilman, ND 2000 Steve Langone, BC 1999 Marc DesRoches, PC 1998 Kevin McGerry, STJ 1997 Michael Hughes, STJ 1996 John Klopp, VU 1995 Clint Gehring, SHU 1994 C.J. Nitkowski, STJ 1993 David Herr, VU 1992 Kevin Legault, SHU 1991 Mike Maerten, STJ 1990 Brian Kenny, VU 1989 Kevin Morton, SHU 1988 Tim Smith, BC 1987 John Spiciarich, STJ 1986 Jim Navilliat, PC 1985 Phil Cundari, SHU

G 12 9 8 9 5 7 9 13 8 18 18 8 9 9 7 7 12 4 6 10 7 5 7 6 5 8 7 5

Innings Pitched Year Player, Team 2012 Corey Walter, WVU 2011 Tyler Gebler, RU 2010 Randy Fontanez, USF 2009 Keith Cantwell, SHU 2008 David Phelps, ND Dan Osterbrock, UC 2007 David Phelps, ND 2006 Steve Blevins, UC 2005 Joe Martinez, BC 2004 Jake Haggerty, SHU 2003 Zac Cline, WVU 2002 Billy Biggs, WVU 2001 Danny Tamayo, ND Joe Saunders, VT 2000 Damon Ponce de Leon, SHU 1999 Jeremy Cummings, WVU 1998 Josh Santos, UConn 1997 Andy Byron, PC 1996 Mike Riley, WVU 1995 Curt Romboli, BC 1994 Aaron Quinn, UConn 1993 David Herr, VU 1992 Kevin Legault, SHU 1991 Brian Looney, BC

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R 3 18 5 24 18 12 17 5 10 4 12 9 14 17 8 15 6 6 14 27 17 9 10 12 11 13 12 8

G 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 13 8 9 8 8 9 8 9 9 9 8 7 7 10 7 9

ER 1 8 2 19 7 10 16 4 8 3 7 9 8 15 6 10 4 4 8 17 11 7 7 5 5 7 8 5 IP 67.2 69.2 68.2 66.2 62.2 62.6 71.1 67.0 96.0 57.2 77.1 58.1 60.2 60.2 61.0 71.0 64.0 62.2 55.2 59.1 56.0 69.0 55.2 58.0

ERA 0.33 1.14 0.62 2.69 2.03 1.99 2.37 1.08 1.69 0.81 1.77 1.40 1.60 2.61 1.42 1.88 1.71 1.13 1.36 2.22 1.78 1.60 1.19 0.92 1.53 2.12 1.45 1.22

Tom Singer, STJ Pete Walker, UConn Doug MacNeil, BC Jeff Proctor, GU Rick Vichroski, SHU Scott Ryan, UConn Wayne Rosenthal, STJ

Strikeouts Year Player, Team G 2012 Andrew Barbosa, USF 9 2011 Matt Barnes, UConn 9 2010 Randy Fontanez, USF 9 2009 Justin Marks, UofL 9 2008 Scott Barnes, STJ 15 2007 David Phelps, ND 9 2006 Jeff Manship, ND 9 2005 Anthony Varvaro, STJ 8 2004 Chris Lambert, BC 8 2003 Zac Cline, WVU 9 2002 Mark Sullivan, BC 9 2001 Danny Tamayo, ND 8 2000 Aaron Heilman, ND 8 1999 Jeremy Cummings, WVU 9 1998 Josh Santos, UConn 9 1997 Jason Grilli, SHU 9 1996 Mike Riley, WVU 8 1995 Curt Romboli, BC 7 1994 C.J. Nitkowski, STJ 6 1993 David Herr, VU 10 1992 Kevin Legault, SHU 7 1991 Brian Looney, BC 9 1990 Brian Kenny, VU 7 Jeff DiNuzzo, SHU 7 1989 Kevin Morton, SHU 6 1988 Charles Nagy, UConn 6 1987 Charles Nagy, UConn 9 1986 Wayne Rosenthal, STJ 6 1985 Rich Scheid, SHU 7 Wins Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Player, Team Rob Smorol, RU Matt Barnes, UConn Matt Iannazzo, Pitt Justin Marks, UofL Billy Gross, WVU Justin Marks, UofL George Brown, STJ Dan Osterbrock, UC Steve Healing, RU Dan Osterbrock, UC Jeff Manship, ND Anthony Varvaro, STJ Billy Muldowney, Pitt Mike Wlodarczk, BC Nick Evangelista, Pitt Chris Niesel, ND Zac Cline, WVU Mark Sullivan, BC Aaron Heilman, ND Bobby Brownlie, RU Aaron Heilman, ND Damon Ponce de Leon, SHU Marc DesRoches, PC Josh Santos, UConn Chris Enochs, WVU Todd Incantalupo, PC Matt Morris, SHU Mike Macone, PC Todd Incantalupo, PC Aaron Quinn, UConn Chad Frontera, SHU Gregg Mrochko, Pitt Mike Macone, PC David Herr, VU Ted Klamm, SHU Tom Migliozzi, STJ Brian Kenny, VU Ted Klamm, SHU Kevin Morton, SHU

7 7 7 6 6 6 6 IP 62.0 68.2 68.2 62.2 90.1 71.1 63.1 50.0 47.1 77.1 57.0 60.2 55.2 71.0 64.0 48.2 55.2 59.1 53.0 69.0 55.2 58.0 53.0 51.2 49.0 46.1 37.0 49.0 37.2

SO 81 61 63 77 90 67 70 69 58 62 60 59 66 72 77 80 58 65 61 52 42 60 45 45 51 58 54 59 44

G 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 8 7 7 7 9 7 7 10 7 7 7 7 6

W 6 8 7 7 7 2 1 2 6 6 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 6 8 7 7 7 8 6 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 7 5 7 6 6 6

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Kevin Morton, SHU Rafael Novoa, VU Rick Vichroski, SHU Rich Scheid, SHU Jim Navilliat, PC Phil Cundari, SHU Rich Scheid, SHU

6 5 6 7 7 5 7

5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Complete Games Year Player, Team 2012 Ethan Mildren, Pitt 2011 Matt Iannazzo, Pitt 2010 Randy Fontanez, USF 2009 Randy Fontanez, USF 2008 Dan Osterbrock UC Nate Reed, Pitt 2007 David Phelps, ND Dan Osterbrock, UC 2006 Kevin Mulvey, VU 2005 Billy Muldowney, Pitt 2004 Zac Cline, WVU 2003 Zac Cline, WVU Chris Lambert, BC 2002 Billy Biggs, WVU 2001 Aaron Heilman, ND 2000 Bob Brownlie, RU 1999 Marc DesRoches, PC 1998 Mark DesRoches, PC 1997 Chris Enochs, WVU 1996 Jason Grilli, SHU 1995 Derek Adair, STJ Curt Romboli, BC 1994 C.J. Nitkowski, STJ 1993 John Kelly, UConn 1992 Ted Klamm, SHU 1991 Tim King, PC Tom Migliozzi, STJ Brian Looney, BC 1990 Brian Kenny, VU 1989 Doug MacNeil, BC 1988 Charles Nagy, UConn 1987 Rich Vichroski, SHU 1986 Scott Ryan, UConn 1985 Phil Cundari, SHU Wayne Rosenthal, STJ

G 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 8 9 8 8 9 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 13 8 7 6 8 7 7 7 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 6

CG 4 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 6 7 7 7 8 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 6 6 7 6 6 6 6 7 5 6 5 6 5 5

Saves Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

G 14 10 11 11 12 12 13 15 14 13 11 15 12 11 13 9 12 10 9 12 12 10 9 12 6 8 9 10 7 9 9 3 10

SV 7 7 9 9 4 7 6 6 6 8 5 7 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 3 3 2 5 4 5 3 3 2 2 3

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TEAM LEADERS Hitting Year Team G AB H AVG. 2012 Rutgers 27 937 278 .380 2011 Connecticut 27 934 293 .314 2010 Pittsburgh 26 960 350 .365 2009 St. John’s 27 1,007 348 .346 2008 Cincinnati 27 968 300 .310 2007 St. John’s 27 991 321 .324 2006 West Virginia 27 992 334 .337 2005 West Virginia 25 824 246 .299 2004 Notre Dame 26 856 273 .319 2003 West Virginia 24 793 273 .344 2002 Virginia Tech 26 878 284 .323 2001 Notre Dame 26 853 285 .334 2000 Rutgers 23 762 257 .337 1999 Rutgers 26 919 346 .376 1998 West Virginia 22 788 279 .354 1997 Notre Dame 21 726 261 .360 1996 Notre Dame 20 642 210 .327 1995 Villanova 21 716 223 .311 1994 Pittsburgh 20 645 212 .329 1993 Pittsburgh 21 685 217 .317 1992 St. John’s 19 607 191 .315 1991 St. John’s 20 654 233 .356 1990 Seton Hall 20 659 209 .317 1989 Villanova 17 583 216 .370 1987 Seton Hall .370 Pitching Year Team G IP R ER 2012 Louisville 29 242.1 110 80 2011 Connecticut 27 241.0 84 61 2010 Connecticut 26 232.0 100 85 2009 Louisville 27 243.0 137 115 2008 Notre Dame 26 237.2 108 93 2007 Louisville 27 241.0 89 72 2006 St. John’s 26 227.0 115 82 2005 St. John’s 23 195.0 66 55 2004 St. John’s 26 209.0 103 73 2003 Notre Dame 23 200.1 86 70 2002 Notre Dame 26 216.2 113 90 2001 Notre Dame 26 213.1 98 82 2000 Rutgers 23 187.0 87 67 1999 St. John’s 25 204.1 129 102 1998 St. John’s 21 175.0 76 66 1997 St. John’s 23 185.2 117 99 1996 Rutgers 23 192.1 105 80 1995 Seton Hall 21 172.1 74 55 1994 St. John’s 17 142.2 76 60 1993 St. John’s 21 171.0 82 71 1992 Seton Hall 21 167.1 79 63 1991 St. John’s 20 162.0 66 49 1990 Seton Hall 20 171.0 60 51 1985 Seton Hall Fielding Year Team 2012 Seton Hall 2011 Rutgers 2010 Louisville 2009 Pittsburgh 2008 Notre Dame 2007 Rutgers 2006 Notre Dame 2005 West Virginia 2004 Pittsburgh 2003 Connecticut Notre Dame 2002 Rutgers 2001 Rutgers 2000 Rutgers 1999 West Virginia 1998 St. John’s 1997 Providence 1996 Providence 1995 Seton Hall 1994 Seton Hall 1993 Connecticut 1992 St. John’s

G PO 27 755 27 759 27 724 27 681 26 713 27 739 26 732 25 602 26 639 25 587 23 601 26 617 26 642 23 561 25 612 21 525 25 577 25 609 21 517 20 488 21 522 19 460

A 302 302 321 306 288 284 318 259 256 232 245 263 283 236 261 236 234 295 234 228 272 210

ERA 2.97 2.28 3.30 4.26 3.52 2.69 3.25 2.54 3.14 3.14 3.74 3.46 3.22 4.49 3.39 4.80 3.74 2.87 3.78 3.74 3.39 2.72 2.67 2.87

E PCT. 22 .980 27 .975 25 .977 23 .977 23 .978 23 .978 28 .974 20 .977 20 .978 27 .968 28 .968 25 .972 27 .972 22 .973 19 .979 22 .972 31 .963 26 .972 25 .968 21 .972 28 .966 20 .971

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B I G E A S T a n d N ati o n a l C o ac h i n g L ea d e r s NCAA WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES BY PERCENTAGE

(Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; includes record at four-year colleges only) Coach, Team Yrs. Won Lost Tied Pct. 1. Mike Fox, North Carolina 29 1,174 403 5 .744 2. Mike Martin, Florida St 33 1,723 594 4 .743 3. Gene Stephenson, Wichita St. 35 1,798 637 3 .735 4. Brian O’Connor, Virginia 9 411 149 2 .733 5. Wayne Graham, Rice 21 953 380 0 .715 6. Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) 31 1,354 588 4 .697 7. Brad Hill, Kansas St. 18 711 315 3 .692 8. Kevin O’Sullivan, Florida 5 223 102 0 .686 9. Augie Garrido, Texas 44 1,847 847 9 .685 10. Darin Hendrickson, Saint Louis 13 492 227 0 .684 16. Dan McDonnell, Louisville 6 258 128 0 .668 35. Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s 17 589 350 3 .627

NCAA WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES BY VICTORIES

(Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; includes record at four-year colleges only) Coach, Team Yrs. Won Lost Tied Pct. 1. Augie Garrido, Texas 44 1,847 847 9 .685 2. Gene Stephenson, Wichita St. 35 1,798 647 3 .735 3. Mike Martin, Florida St. 33 1,723 594 4 .743 4. Mark Marquess, Stanford 36 1,463 759 7 .658 5. Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) 31 1,354 588 4 .697 6. Jim Gilligan, Lamar 36 1,227 800 7 .605 7. Jack Leggett, Clemson 33 1,224 694 1 .638 8. Pete Dunn, Stetson 33 1,202 761 3 .612 9. Mike Fox, North Carolina 29 1,174 403 5 .744 10. Paul Mainieri, LSU 30 1,122 614 6 .646 13. Fred Hill, Rutgers 36 1,061 719 9 .596 29. Lelo Prado, USF 24 786 586 2 .573 36. Joe Jordano, Pittsburgh 25 710 479 2 .597

ALL-TIME BIG EAST Coaching Leaders (by victories)

Coach, School Years Ed Blankmeyer, STJ 1996- Mike Sheppard, SHU 1985-2003 Fred Hill, RU 1995- Greg Van Zant, WVU 1995-2012 Andy Baylock, UConn 1985-2003 Paul Mainieri, ND 1995-2006 Joe Jordano, Pitt 1998- George Bennett, VU 1986-2001 Jim Penders, UConn 2004- Joe Russo, STJ 1985-1995 Lelo Prado, USF* 2006- Joe Godri, VU 2002- Dan McDonnell, UofL 2007- Rob Sheppard, SHU 2004- Peter Hughes, BC 1999-2005 Paul Kostacopoulos, PC 1990-1996 Brian Cleary, UC 2006- Pete Wilk, GU 2000- Richard “Moe” Mullaney, BC 1989-1998 Mark Jackson, Pitt 1991-1997 Chuck Hartman, VT 2001-2004 Dave Schrage, ND 2007-2010 Don Mezzanotte, PC 1985-1989 Larry Geracioti, GU 1986-1993 Charlie Hickey, PC 1997-1999 Kirk Mason, GU 1994-1999 Mik Aoki 2011- Eddie Pellagrini, BC 1985-1988 Bobby Lewis, Pitt 1985-1990 Eddie Cardieri, USF 2006 Ken Kelly, GU 1985 Larry Shane, VU 1985

Record 274-157 248-157-1 253-176 213-220 205-206 192-68-2 180-201 174-156 131-100-1 128-81 108-81 101-185-1 107-54 100-137 93-78 87-61 89-99 82-259 76-131 64-83 58-44-1 52-54 48-41 46-106 42-31 31-105 27-26 26-46 21-88 12-15 8-10 7-11

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Pct .635 .612 .589 .491 .499 .737 .472 .527 .567 .612 .571 .353 .664 .421 .544 .588 .473 .240 .367 .435 .568 .491 .539 .303 .575 .228 .509 .361 .193 .444 .444 .389

All-Time BIG EAST Coaching Leaders (by win pct.)

Coach, School Years Paul Mainieri, ND 1995-2006 Dan McDonnell, UofL 2007- Ed Blankmeyer, STJ 1996- Joe Russo, STJ 1985-1995 Mike Sheppard, SHU 1985-2003 Fred Hill, RU 1995- Paul Kostacopoulos, PC 1990-1996 Charlie Hickey, PC 1997-1999 Lelo Prado, USF* 2006- Chuck Hartman, VT 2001-2004 Jim Penders, UConn 2004- Peter Hughes, BC 1999-2005 Don Mezzanotte, PC 1985-1989 George Bennett, VU 1986-2001 Mik Aoki 2011- Andy Baylock, UConn 1985-2003 Greg Van Zant, WVU 1995-2012 Dave Schrage, ND 2007-2010 Brian Cleary, UC 2006- Joe Jordano, Pitt 1998- Ken Kelly, GU 1985 Eddie Cardieri, USF 2006 Mark Jackson, Pitt 1991-1997 Rob Sheppard, SHU 2004- Larry Shane, VU 1985 Richard “Moe” Mullaney, BC 1989-1998 Eddie Pellagrini, BC 1985-1988 Joe Godri, VU 2002- Larry Geracioti, GU 1986-1993 Pete Wilk, GU 2000- Kirk Mason, GU 1994-1999 Bobby Lewis, Pitt 1985-1990

Record 192-68-2 107-54 274-157 128-81 248-157-1 253-176 87-61 42-31 108-81 58-44-1 131-100-1 93-78 48-41 174-156 27-26 205-206 213-220 52-54 89-99 180-201 8-10 12-15 64-83 100-137 7-11 76-131 26-46 101-185-1 46-106 82-259 31-105 21-88

Pct. .737 .664 .635 .612 .612 .589 .588 .575 .571 .568 .567 .544 .539 .527 .509 .499 .491 .491 .473 .472 .444 .444 .435 .421 .389 .367 .361 .353 .303 .240 .228 .193

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All-Time BIG EAST Award Winners PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Patrick Kivlehan, Rutgers, Jr. 2011 George Springer, Connecticut, Jr. 2010 Joe Leonard, Pittsburgh, Jr. 2009 Chris Dominguez, Louisville, Jr. 2008 Chris Dominguez, Louisville, So. Josh Harrison, Cincinnati, Jr. 2007 Todd Frazier, Rutgers, Jr. 2006 Craig Cooper, Notre Dame, Sr. 2005 Jared McGuire, Boston College, So. 2004 P.J. Hiser, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2003 Jarod Rine, West Virginia, Jr. Marc Tugwell, Virginia Tech, Sr. 2002 Steve Stanley, Notre Dame, Sr. 2001 Mike Scott, Connecticut, Jr. Steve Stanley, Notre Dame, Jr. 2000 Darren Fenster, Rutgers, Sr. 1999 Keith Reed, Providence, Jr. 1998 Brant Ust, Notre Dame, So. 1997 David Kim, Seton Hall, Jr. 1996 Jason Grabowski, Connecticut, So. 1995 Bob O’Toole, Providence, Jr. 1994 Josh Tyler, Pittsburgh, Jr. 1993 Lou Merloni, Providence, Jr. Jack Stanczak, Villanova, Sr. 1992 Sal Tinnerello, Connecticut, Sr. 1991 Mike Neill, Villanova, Jr. 1990 Dennis McCaffery, Villanova, Jr. 1989 Gary Scott, Villanova, Jr. 1988 Maurice Vaughn, Seton Hall, So. 1987 Marteese Robinson, Seton Hall, Jr. 1986 Roger Haggerty, Providence, Sr. 1985 Dave Ford, Connecticut, Sr. PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2012 Justin Amlung, Louisville, Jr. 2011 Matt Barnes, Connecticut, Jr. 2010 Thomas Royse, Louisville, Jr. 2009 Justin Marks, Louisville, Jr. 2008 George Brown, St. John’s, Sr. 2007 Zack Pitts, Louisville, Jr. 2006 Jeff Manship, Notre Dame, Jr. 2005 Craig Hansen, St. John’s, Jr. 2004 Chris Lambert, Boston College, Jr. Nick Evangelista, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2003 Chris Neisel, Notre Dame, So. 2002 Chris Lambert, Boston College, Fr. 2001 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame, Sr. 2000 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame, Jr. 1999 Marc DesRoches, Providence, Sr. 1998 Brad Lidge, Notre Dame, Jr. 1997 Chris Enochs, West Virginia, Jr. 1996 Brian O’Hare, Georgetown, Sr. 1995 Mike Macone, Providence, Jr. 1994 C.J. Nitkowski, St. John’s, Jr. 1993 David Herr, Villanova, So. 1992 Ted Klamm, Seton Hall, Sr. 1991 Tom Migliozzi, St. John’s, Sr. 1990 Brian Kenny, Villanova, Jr. 1989 Kevin Morton, Seton Hall, Jr. 1988 Charles Nagy, Connecticut, So. 1987 Charles Nagy, Connecticut, Fr. 1986 Jim Navilliat, Providence, Sr. 1985 Phil Cundari, Seton Hall, Jr.

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ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2012 Jared Ruxer, Louisville 2011 Trey Mancini, Notre Dame 2010 Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s 2009 George Springer, Connecticut 2008 Jedd Gyorko, West Virginia 2007 Justin Marks, Louisville 2006 Addison Maruszak, USF 2005 Brett Lilley, Notre Dame 2004 Jim Negrych, Pittsburgh 2003 Stan Posluszny, West Virginia 2002 Chris Lambert, Boston College 2001 Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame 2000 Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers 1999 Mike Scott, Providence 1998 Jake Daubert, Rutgers 1997 Brant Ust, Notre Dame 1996 Jeff Wagner, Notre Dame 1995 Todd Incantalupo, Providence Jason Grilli, Seton Hall 1994 Trevor Pepkowski, Villanova 1993 Steve Young, Villanova 1992 Alex Andreopoulos, Seton Hall 1991 Mike Maerten, St. John’s 1990 Rich Aurilia, St. John’s Lou Merloni, Providence 1989 Gene Schall, Villanova 1988 Bill Sherbondy, Pittsburgh 1987 Maurice Vaughn, Seton Hall 1986 Bob McCreary, Villanova 1985 Marteese Robinson, Seton Hall COACH OF THE YEAR 2012 Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s 2011 Jim Penders, Connecticut 2010 Jim Penders, Connecticut 2009 Lelo Prado, USF 2008 Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s 2007 Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s 2006 Jim Penders, Connecticut 2005 Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s 2004 Joe Jordano, Pittsburgh 2003 Greg Van Zant, West Virginia 2002 Peter Hughes, Boston College 2001 Paul Mainieri, Notre Dame 2000 Peter Hughes, Boston College 1999 Charlie Hickey, Providence 1998 Fred Hill, Rutgers 1997 Greg Van Zant, West Virginia 1996 Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s 1995 Paul Kostacopoulos, Providence 1994 Mark Jackson, Pittsburgh 1993 George Bennett, Villanova 1992 Andy Baylock, Connecticut 1991 Joe Russo, St. John’s 1990 Joe Russo, St. John’s 1989 Mike Sheppard, Seton Hall 1988 George Bennett, Villanova 1987 Mike Sheppard, Seton Hall 1986 Don Mezzanotte, Providence 1985 Mike Sheppard, Seton Hall

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards 2012 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s Patrick Kivlehan, Rutgers Justin Amlung, Louisville Jared Ruxer, Louisville

first team 1B Rick Devereaux, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2B LJ Mazzilli , Connecticut, Jr. 3B Patrick Kivlehan, Rutgers, Jr. * SS Mike Garza, Georgetown, Jr. OF Justin Glass, Cincinnati, So. OF Billy Ferriter, Connecticut, Jr. OF Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s, Jr. DH Matt Fleishman, Villanova, Sr. P Justin Amlung, Louisville, Jr. P Sean Hagan, St. John’s, Jr. P Jon Prosinkski, Seton Hall, Jr. P Andrew Barbosa, USF, Sr. C Jeff Melillo, Rutgers, Sr. * denotes unanimous selection second team 1B Stewart Ijames, Louisville, Sr. 2B Tyler Sciacca, Villanova, Sr. 3B Eric Jagielo, Notre Dame, So. SS Matt Wessinger, St. John’s, Sr. OF Adam Engel, Louisville, So. OF Cole Sturgeon, Louisville, So. OF James Ramsay, USF, So. DH Jeff Gardner, Louisville, So. P Jeff Thompson, Louisville, So. P Will Hudgins, Notre Dame, Sr. P Ryan Harvey, Seton Hall, Jr. P Derrick Stultz, USF, Sr. P Dan Slania, Notre Dame, So. C Joe Hudson, Notre Dame, Jr. third team 1B Trey Mancini, Notre Dame, So. 2B Nick Ratajczak, Louisville, Jr. 3B Ty Young, Louisville, So. SS Giuseppe Papccio, Seton Hall, Jr. OF Justin Leeson, Georgetown, Jr. OF Brian O’Grady, Rutgers, So. OF Zach Granite, Seton Hall, So. OF Bobby Boyd, West Virginia, Fr. DH Anthony DeFabio, Pittsburgh, Sr. P Jared Ruxer, Louisville, Fr. P Matt Iannazzo, Pittsburgh, Sr. P Rob Smorol, Rutgers, Jr. P Kyle Hansen, St. John’s, Jr. P Derek Self, Louisville, Sr. P Benny Mejia, Seton Hall, Sr.

Justin Amlung became the fourth Louisville pitcher to be named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year in 2012.

2011 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Jim Penders, Connecticut George Springer, Connecticut Matt Barnes, Connecticut Trey Mancini, Notre Dame

FIRST TEAM 1B David Chester, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2B Ryan Wright, Louisville, Jr. 3B Jonathan Koscso, USF, Sr. SS Joe Panik, St. John’s, Jr. OF Justin Riddell, Cincinnati, Sr. OF George Springer, Connecticut, Jr.* OF Rand Ravnaas, Georgetown, Jr. OF Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s, So. DH Jeremy Gum, West Virginia, Sr. P Matt Barnes, Connecticut, Jr.* P Justin Amlung, Louisville, So. P Kyle Hansen, St. John’s, So. P Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall, Sr. C Kevan Smith, Pittsburgh, Sr.* * denotes unanimous selection SECOND TEAM 1B Mike Nemeth, Connecticut, Sr. 2B LJ Mazzilli, Connecticut, So. 3B Ryan Fuller, Connecticut, Jr. SS Nick Ahmed, Connecticut, Jr. OF Stewart Ijames, Louisville, Jr. OF John Schultz, Pittsburgh, Sr. OF Michael Lang, Rutgers, Sr. DH Justin Glass, Cincinnati, Fr. P Greg Nappo, Connecticut, Sr. P Matt Iannazzo, Pittsburgh, Jr. P Randy Fontanez, USF, Sr. P Kevin Quackenbush, USF, Sr. C Doug Elliot, Connecticut, Sr. THIRD TEAM 1B Trey Mancini, Notre Dame, Fr. 1B Paul Karmas, St. John’s, Sr. 3B Sean Lamont, Georgetown, Sr. SS Grant Buckner, West Virginia, Sr.

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards OF OF OF DH DH P P P C

Braden Kline, Cincinnati, Fr. John Andreoli, Connecticut, Jr. Casey Roche, Pittsburgh, Fr. Tim Martin, Connecticut, Jr. Anthony Defabio, Pittsburgh, Jr. Kevin Vance, Connecticut, Jr. Tony Zych, Louisville, Jr. Brian Dupra, Notre Dame, Sr. Erick Fernandez, Georgetown, Sr.

Third Team Andrew Burkett, Sr., P, Cincinnati Brian Garman, Sr., P, Cincinnati Daniel Burawa, Jr., P, St. John’s Kyle Hansen, Jr., P, St. John’s Jimmy Jacquot, Sr., C, Cincinnati Erick Fernandez, Jr., C, Georgetown David Chester, Jr., 1B, Pittsburgh Pierre LePage, So., 2B, Connecticut Mike Olt, Jr., 3B, Connecticut Nick Ahmed, So., SS, Connecticut Joe Panik, So., SS, St. John’s Justin Bencsko, Sr., OF, Villanova Sean O’Hare, Fr., DH, St. John’s

Connecticut head coach Jim Penders took BIG EAST Coach of the Year honors for the second consecutive year in 2011.

2010 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Jim Penders, Connecticut Joe Leonard, Pittsburgh Thomas Royse, Louisville Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s

FIRST TEAM First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher *Denotes unanimous

Andrew Clark, Sr., Louisville Ryan Wright, So., Louisville Joe Leonard, Jr., Pittsburgh Jedd Gyorko, Jr., West Virginia Pat Biserta, Jr., Rutgers Jeremy Baltz, Fr., St. John’s* Matt Szczur, Jr., Villanova Kevan Smith, Jr., Pittsburgh Matt Barnes, So., Connecticut Neil Holland, Jr., Louisville Thomas Royse, Jr., Louisville* Corey Baker, Jr., Pittsburgh Cory Brownsten, Sr., Pittsburgh selection

Second Team First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Mike Nemeth, Jr., Connecticut Steve Nyisztor, Fr., Rutgers Phil Wunderlich, Jr., Louisville Adam Duvall, Sr., Louisville George Springer, So., Connecticut Stewart Ijames, So., Louisville John Schultz, Jr., Pittsburgh Kevin Vance, So., Connecticut Elliot Glynn, Jr., Connecticut Matt Iannazzo, So., Pittsburgh Andrew Barbosa, Jr., USF Randy Fontanez, Jr., USF Jeff Arnold, Sr., Louisville

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Pittsburgh’s Joe Leonard was BIG EAST Player of the Year in 2010. He was the first Panther to earn the honor since 2004.

2009 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Lelo Prado, USF Chris Dominguez, Louisville Justin Marks, Louisville George Springer, Connecticut

FIRST TEAM First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Tim Morris, Jr., St. John’s Chris Sedon, Jr., Pittsburgh Chris Dominguez, Jr., Louisville Jedd Gyorko, So., West Virginia A.J. Pollock, Jr., Notre Dame George Springer, Fr., Connecticut Justin Parks, Sr., West Virginia Chris Affinito, Sr., Seton Hall Justin Marks, Jr., Louisville Keith Cantwell, Sr., Seton Hall Randy Fontanez, So., USF Jarryd Summers, So., West Virginia Tobias Streich, So., West Virginia

*Denotes unanimous selection

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards Second Team First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Connecticut’s George Springer was named Rookie of the Year in 2009 after leading the BIG EAST in runs scored with 41 in league play.

Third Team Derrick Stultz, So., P, USF Matt Singer, Jr., P, Seton Hall Chris Enourato, Jr., P, West Virginia Billy Gross, Jr., P, West Virginia Danny Benedetti, Sr., C, St. John’s Todd Brazeal, Fr., 1B, USF Jaren Mathews, So., 1B, Rutgers Adam Duvall, Jr., 2B, Louisville Dan DiBartolomeo, So., 3B, West Virginia Junior Carlin, So., OF, USF Brian Kemp, Jr., OF, St. John’s Austin Markel, Sr., OF, West Virginia Jimmy Parque, Jr., OF, St. John’s Paul Karmas, So., DH, St. John’s 2008 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

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St. John’s head coach Ed Blankmeyer was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year for the third time in six seasons in 2008.

Andrew Clark, Jr., Louisville Vince Belnome, Jr., West Virginia Mike Spina, Sr., Cincinnati Jeremy Barnes, Sr., Notre Dame Lance Durham, Jr., Cincinnati Phil Wunderlich, So., Louisville Matt Smedberg, Sr., Seton Hall Erick Fernandez, So., Georgetown John Folino, Sr., Connecticut Cole Johnson, So., Notre Dame Sean Black, Jr., Seton Hall Thomas Royse, So., Louisville Trey Manz, Sr., USF

FIRST TEAM First Base Second Base Third Base Shotstop Designated Hitter Outfield Outfield Outfield Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Joey Angelberger, Sr., USF Josh Harrison, Jr., Cincinnati Chris Dominguez, So., Louisville* Tyler Kuhn, Sr., West Virginia David Mills, So., Notre Dame Tony Campana, Sr., Cincinnati A.J. Pollock, So., Notre Dame Ryan Lockwood, Fr., USF Justin Marks, So., Louisville Scott Barnes, Jr., St. John’s George Brown, Sr., St. John’s Corey Young, Jr., Seton Hall Derrick Alfonso, Sr., Louisville

*Denotes unanimous selection Second Team First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Designated Hitter Outfield Outfield Outfield Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Andrew Clark, So., Louisville Jedd Gyorko, Fr., West Virginia Mike Spina, Jr., Cincinnati Addison Maruszak, Jr., USF Paul Karmas, Fr., St. John’s Sean Conley, Sr., Pittsburgh Chris Anninos, Sr., St. John’s Justin Parks, Jr., West Virginia Dan Osterbrock, Jr., Cincinnati Wade Korpi, Sr., Notre Dame Eric Maust, So., Notre Dame Colin Lynch, Jr., St. John’s Daniel Benedetti, Jr., St. John’s

Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s Chris Dominguez, Louisville Josh Harrison, Cincinnati George Brown, St. John’s Jedd Gyorko, West Virginia

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards Third Team David Phelps, Jr., P, Notre Dame B.J. Rosenberg, Sr., P, Louisville Ryan Baker, Sr., C, Cincinnati Jaren Matthews, Fr., 1B, Rutgers Joe Agreste, Jr., 1B, West Virginia Justin McClanahan, So., 2B, Louisville Derek Shunk, Sr., SS, Villanova Jeff Grantham, Sr., SS, St. John’s Vince Belnome, So., 3B, West Virginia Cameron Satterwhite, Jr., OF, Cincinnati Carlos Del Rosario, Jr., OF, St. John’s Greg Miller, Jr., OF, Seton Hall Cameron Satterwhite, Jr., OF, Cincinnati Carlos Del Rosario, Jr., OF, St. John’s Stewart Ijames, Fr., OF, Louisville Greg Miller, Jr., OF, Seton Hall 2007 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s Todd Frazier, Rutgers Zack Pitts, Louisville Justin Marks, Louisville

FIRST TEAM First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Designated Hitter Outfield Outfield Outfield Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher *Denotes unanimous

Ryan Mahoney, Sr., St. John’s Logan Johnson, Sr., Louisville Gil Zayas, Jr., St. John’s Todd Frazier, Jr., Rutgers* Jonathan Gossard, Jr., Rutgers Boomer Whiting, Sr., Louisville Justin Jenkins, Sr., West Virginia David Williams, Sr., Rutgers Dan Osterbrock, So., Cincinnati Zack Pitts, Jr., Louisville David Phelps, So., Notre Dame Scott Barnes, So., St. John’s Brendan Monaghan, Sr., St. John’s selection

Todd Frazier was the first Scarlet Knight to win a major award since 2000 when he was named BIG EAST Player of the Year in 2007.

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Second Team First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Designated Hitter Outfield Outfield Outfield Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Neall French, Sr., Cincinnati Daniel Burton, Sr., Louisville Sam DeLuca, Sr., St. John’s Josh Harrison, So., Cincinnati Chris Cates, Sr., Louisville Chris Joachim, Sr., St. John’s Tony Campana, Jr., Cincinnati Isaiah Howes, Sr., Louisville Ryan Hill, Jr., Rutgers Justin Marks, Fr., Louisville Stephen Healing, Sr., Rutgers Danny Otero, Sr., USF Mike Loree, Sr., Villanova Derrick Alfonso, Jr., Louisville

Third Team George Brown, Jr., P, St. John’s Dexter Butler, Jr., 2B, USF Walter Diaz, Jr., SS, USF Tom Edwards, So., 1B, Rutgers Mike Gaggioli, Jr., P, Georgetown Brian Kemp, Fr., OF, St. John’s Kyle Landis, So., P, Pittsburgh Brett Lilley, Jr., SS, Notre Dame Trystan Magnuson, Sr., P, Louisville Mark McLaughlin, Sr., OF, Georgetown Paul Nardozzi, Sr., P, Pittsburgh A.J. Pollock, Fr., 3B, Notre Dame Derek Shunk, Jr., 3B, Villanova Adam White, So., OF, West Virginia 2006 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Jim Penders, Connecticut Craig Cooper, Notre Dame Jeff Manship, Notre Dame Addison Maruszak, USF

First Team First Base Craig Cooper, Sr., Notre Dame Second Base Jim Negrych, Jr., Pittsburgh Third Base Justin Jenkins, Jr., West Virginia Shortstop Todd Frazier, So., Rutgers Designated Hitter Anthony Smith, Jr., St. John’s Outfield Will Vogl, Sr., St. John’s Outfield Casey Bowling, Sr., West Virginia Outfield Stan Posluszny, Sr., West Virginia Pitcher Tim Norton, Sr., Connecticut Pitcher Nick Tucci, Sr., Connecticut Pitcher Jeff Manship, Jr., Notre Dame* Pitcher Jeff Samardzija, Jr., Notre Dame Catcher David Carpenter, Jr., West Virginia * Denotes unanimous selection

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USF earned its first major BIG EAST award in 2006, when Addison Maruszak was named Rookie of the Year

SECOND TEAM First Base First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Designated Hitter Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher

Chris Joachim, Jr., St. John’s Jeremy Hunt, Sr., Villanova Logan Johnson, Jr., Louisville Brett Lilley, So., Notre Dame Greg Lopez, Sr., Notre Dame Jeremy Barnes, Fr., Notre Dame Bryan Maler, Sr., Connecticut Danny Dressman, Jr., Notre Dame Jeff Grose, Sr., Rutgers Adam White, Fr., West Virginia Steve Blevins, Fr., Cincinnati Kyle Weiland, Fr., Notre Dame Billy Muldowney, Jr., Pittsburgh Matt Tosoni, So., St. John’s Kevin Mulvey, Jr., Villanova Frank Meade, So., Rutgers

THIRD TEAM Josh Harrison, Fr., OF, Cincinnati Logan Parker, Sr., 1B, Cincinnati Larry Day, Jr., C, Connecticut Austin Wasserman, Sr., OF, Connecticut Derrick Alfonso, So., C, Louisville Chris Cates, Jr., SS, Louisville Matt Bransfield, Sr., OF, Notre Dame Peter Parise, Jr., OF, Pittsburgh Tim Querns, Jr., 3B, Rutgers Sam DeLuca, Jr., 2B, St. John’s Dan McDonald, So., P, Seton Hall Craig Mirsky, Sr., DH, Villanova Kris Molloy, Sr., OF, Villanova 2005 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s Jared McGuire, Boston College Craig Hansen, St. John’s Brett Lilley, Notre Dame

FIRST TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Joe Martinez, Sr., Boston College Mike Wlodarczyk, Sr., Boston College Craig Hansen, Jr., St. John’s Anthony Varvaro, Jr., St. John’s

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Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter

Joe Burke, Sr., St. John’s Matt Edwards, Sr., Notre Dame Jim Negrych, So., Pittsburgh Doug Nelms, Jr., West Virginia Jared McGuire, So., Boston College Ben Copeland, Jr., Pittsburgh Greg Thomson, Jr., St. John’s Lee Fritz, Sr., St. John’s Ryan Craft, Jr., Georgetown

SECOND TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter

Tom Thornton, Jr., Notre Dame Robert Brant, Fr., Pittsburgh Billy Muldowney, So., Pittsburgh Dan McDonald, Fr., Seton Hall Nick Allen, Sr., Villanova Shawn McGill, Jr., Boston College Jeff Hourigan, Sr., Connecticut Cory Rodriguez, Sr., Rutgers P.J. Antoniato, Sr., St. John’s Justin Jenkins, So., West Virginia Drew Locke, Sr., Boston College Billy Quinn, Sr., Georgetown Johnny Defendis, Jr., Rutgers Colin Gaynor, Sr., Rutgers

THIRD TEAM Jason Delaney, Sr., OF, Boston College Dave Preziosi, Sr., 1B, Boston College Russ D’Argento, Sr., OF, Connecticut Tom Braun, Sr., P, Georgetown Craig Cooper, Jr., OF, Notre Dame Brett Lilley, Fr., 3B, Notre Dame Todd Frazier, Fr., SS, Rutgers Jeff Grose, Jr., OF, Rutgers Jim Martin, Sr., 3B, St. John’s Jim Wladyka, So., P, St. John’s Derek Shunk, Fr., SS, Villanova David Carpenter, So., C, West Virginia Stan Posluszny, Jr., OF, West Virginia

St. John’s Craig Hansen was the 2005 BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year.

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards 2004 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Joe Jordano, Pittsburgh P.J. Hiser, Pittsburgh Chris Lambert, Boston College Nick Evangelista, Pittsburgh Jim Negrych, Pittsburgh

FIRST TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second base Shorstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter

Chris Lambert, Jr., Boston College Grant Johnson, Jr., Notre Dame Nick Evangelista, Sr., Pittsburgh Zac Cline, Jr., West Virginia Michael Lombardi, Sr., Georgetown Sean O’Brien, Fr., Virginia Tech Steve Sollmann, Sr., Notre Dame Bryan Spamer, Sr., Pittsburgh Matt Macri, Jr., Notre Dame Jason Delaney, Jr., Boston College Jeff Frazier, Jr., Rutgers Lee Fritz, Jr., West Virginia P.J. Hiser, Sr., Pittsburgh

SECOND TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter

Ryan Doherty, So., Notre Dame Chris Niesel, Jr., Notre Dame Anthony Varvaro, So., St. John’s Joey Scott, Sr., Seton Hall Josh Biber, Sr., Virginia Tech Joe Burke, Jr., St. John’s Tim Pahuta, Jr., Seton Hall Jim Negrych, Fr., Pittsburgh Ryan Leahy, Sr., Boston College Chris Stanton, Jr., Virginia Tech Drew Locke, Jr., Boston College Craig Cooper, So., Notre Dame Ben Copeland, So., Pittsburgh Billy Quinn, Jr., Georgetown

THIRD TEAM Garrett Greer, Sr., C, Boston College Kevin Shepard, Jr., P, Boston College Ron Cano, Sr., OF, Georgetown Greg Lopez, So., SS, Notre Dame Javi Sanchez, Sr., C, Notre Dame Tom Cashman, Sr., 1B, Pittsburgh Graig Badger, Sr., 2B, Rutgers Jack Egbert, Jr., P, Rutgers Mike Rozema, Sr., SS, St. John’s Brian Newbold, Sr., OF, Villanova Warren Schaeffer, Fr., SS, Virginia Tech Stan Posluszny, So., OF, West Virginia Grant Psomas, Jr., SS, West Virginia 2003 Coach of the Year Players of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Greg Van Zant, West Virginia Jarod Rine, Jr., West Virginia Marc Tugwell, Sr., Virginia Tech Chris Niesel, So., Notre Dame Stan Posluszny, Fr., West Virginia

FIRST TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base

Chris Lambert, So., Boston College Chris Niesel, So., Notre Dame Matt Dalton, Sr., Virginia Tech Wyatt Toregas, So., Virginia Tech Matt Edwards, So., Notre Dame

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Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Marc Tugwell, Sr., Virginia Tech Mike Rozema, Jr., St. John’s Chris Stanton, So., Virginia Tech Jarod Rine, Jr., West Virginia Jeff Frazier, So., Rutgers Casey Grimm, Sr., Seton Hall Peter Soteropoulos, Sr., Connecticut Matt Wolski, Sr., Rutgers

SECOND TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Ryan Kalita, Sr., Notre Dame Zac Cline, So., West Virginia Chris Noonan, Jr., Seton Hall Jack Egbert, So., Rutgers Mike Leonard, Jr., Connecticut Kurtis Clinton, Sr., West Virginia Steve Sollmann, Jr., Notre Dame Bryan Spamer, Jr., Pittsburgh Tim McCabe, Sr., West Virginia Drew Locke, So., Boston College Lee Fritz, So., West Virginia Stuart Rykaceski, Sr., Pittsburgh Andrew Cleary, So., Georgetown Stan Posluszny, Fr., West Virginia

THIRD TEAM Kevin Shepard, So., Boston College Josh DiScipio, Jr., Boston College Russ D’Argento, So., Connecticut Michael Lombardi, So.,Georgetown J.P. Gagne, Sr., Notre Dame Kris Billmaier, Sr., Notre Dame Mike Scanzano, Jr., Pittsburgh Steve Normane, Sr., Rutgers Joe Reid, So., St. John’s Anthony DeRosa, Jr., St. John’s Tim Pahuta, So., Seton Hall Spencer Harris, Sr., Virginia Tech Jake Serfass, Jr., West Virginia 2002 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Peter Hughes, Boston College Steve Stanley, Sr., Notre Dame Chris Lambert, Fr., Boston College Chris Lambert, Boston College

First Team Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfeld Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Chris Lambert, Fr., Boston College Isaac Pavlik, Sr., Seton Hall Joe Saunders, Jr., Virginia Tech Jeff Mackor, Sr., Boston College Brant Colamarino, Jr., Pittsburgh Marc Tugwell, Jr., Virginia Tech Spencer Harris, Jr., Virginia Tech John West, Sr., Virginia Tech Casey Grimm, Jr., Seton Hall Neal McCarthy, Sr., Boston College Steve Stanley, Sr., Notre Dame Charles Bilezikjian, Sr., St. John’s Brian Durkin, Sr., Boston College

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards Second Team Pitcher Bobby Brownlie, Jr., Rutgers Pitcher Billy Biggs, Jr., West Virginia Pitcher James Russell, Jr., Villanova Catcher Paul O’Toole, Sr., Notre Dame First Base Rob Cafiero, Sr., Villanova Second Base Steve Sollmann, So., Notre Dame Shortstop Brett Burnham, Jr., Connecticut Third Base Brendan Mannix, Sr., Villanova Outfield Chris Graziano, Jr., Villanova Outfield Val Majewski, Jr., Rutgers Outfield Brian Stavisky, Jr., Notre Dame Utility Peter Soteropoulos, Jr., Connecticut Designated Hitter Brad Rea, Sr., Pittsburgh

Third Team Brian Durkin, Sr., Boston College Jon Gorrie, Jr., Connecticut Peter Soteropoulos, So., Connecticut Marc Carlini, Jr., Georgetown Matt Bok, Jr., Notre Dame J.P. Gagne, So., Notre Dame Joe Engel, Jr., Pittsburgh Casey Grimm, So., Seton Hall Chris Graziano, So., Villanova Spencer Harris, So., Virginia Tech Billy Biggs, Jr., West Virginia Josh Cisneros, Sr., West Virginia Tim McCabe, So., West Virginia

Third Team P.J. Hiser, Jr., Pittsburgh Tom Wheeler, Sr., Rutgers Mike Leonard, So., Connecticut Bryan Spamer, So., Pittsburgh Andy Bushey, Sr., Notre Dame Brian Macchi, Sr., Boston College Drew Locke, Fr., Boston College Cy Hess, Sr., Connecticut Bill Quinn, Fr., Georgetown Brad Bauder, Jr., Virginia Tech Todd Crawford, Sr., Seton Hall Wyatt Toregas, Fr., Virginia Tech Matt Bok, Sr., Notre Dame 2001 Coach of the Year Players of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Paul Mainieri, Notre Dame Mike Scott, Jr., Connecticut Steve Stanley, Jr., Notre Dame Aaron Heilman, Jr., Notre Dame Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame

First Team Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfeld Outfield Utility Designated Hiter

Aaron Heilman, Sr., Notre Dame Danny Tamayo, Sr., Notre Dame Bobby Brownlie, So, Rutgers Jeff Mackor, Jr., Boston College Val Majewski, So, Rutgers Steve Sollmann, Fr., Notre Dame Alec Porzel, Sr., Notre Dame Andy Bushey, Jr., Notre Dame Mike Scott, Jr., Connecticut Steve Stanley, Jr., Notre Dame Billy McCarthy, Jr., Rutgers Shawn Tarkington, Sr., Seton Hall Nick Piantek, Sr., Villanova

Second Team Pitcher Marc Goldberg, Jr., St. John’s Pitcher Joe Saunders, So., Virginia Tech Pitcher Shane Rhodes, Jr., West Virginia Catcher Paul O’Toole, Jr., Notre Dame First Base John West, Jr., Virginia Tech Second Base Matt Wolski, Jr., Rutgers Shortstop Mike Hubbard, Sr., Boston College Third Base Addison Bowman, Sr., Virginia Tech Outfield Brian Stavisky, So., Notre Dame Outfield Joe Cuervo, Sr., Seton Hall Outfield Brad Bauder, So., Virginia Tech Utility Brian Macchi, Jr., Boston College Designated Hitter Chris Rosado, Sr., Boston College

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Connecticut’s Mike Scott won Player of the Year honors in 2001.

2000 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Peter Hughes, Boston College Darren Fenster, Sr., Rutgers Aaron Heilman, Jr., Notre Dame Bobby Brownlie, Fr., Rutgers

FIRST TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Aaron Heilman, Jr., Notre Dame Bobby Brownlie, Fr., Rutgers Damon Ponce De Leon, Sr., Seton Hall Mike Niksa, Sr., St. John’s Joe Kealty, Jr., Boston College Mike Gambrino, Sr., Boston College Darren Fenster, Sr., Rutgers Jake Daubert, Jr., Rutgers Joe B. Cirone, Jr., Rutgers David DeJesus, Jr., Rutgers Dave Pizzini, So., Villanova Steve Langone, Sr., Boston College Mike Popowski, Rutgers

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards SECOND TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Steve Langone, Sr., Boston College Kevin McGerry, Jr., St. John’s Aaron Krawiec, So., Villanova Brian Esposito, Jr., Connecticut Alfie Critelli, Sr., Seton Hall Joe Cuervo, Jr., Seton Hall Alec Porzel, Jr., Notre Dame Joe Lydic, Jr., Pittsburgh Neal McCarthy, So., Boston College Brian Stavisky, Fr., Notre Dame Pete Graham, Sr.,St. John’s Jim Vankoski, Jr., Georgetown Eddie Weightman, Sr., West Virginia

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Pat Sperone, Connecticut Paul O’Toole, Notre Dame Steve Stanley, Notre Dame Mike Gonda, Pittsburgh Jamie Athas, Providence Neal McCarthy, Providence Mike Scott, Providence Jim Wilson, Rutgers Charles Bilezikjian, St. John’s Jeff Miller, Seton Hall Rob Cafiero, Villanova Chris Schmidt, West Virginia 1999 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Charlie Hickey, Providence Keith Reed, Jr., Providence Marc DesRoches, Sr., Providence Mike Scott, Fr., Providence

FIRST TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Designated Hitter

Aaron Heilman, So., Notre Dame Marc DesRoches, Sr., Providence Cameron Esslinger, Jr., Seton Hall Jeff Waldron, Sr., Boston College Sean McGowan, Sr., Boston College Matt Longo, So., Villanova Brant Ust, Jr., Notre Dame Mike Dzurilla, Jr., St. John’s Keith Reed, Jr., Providence Mike Scott, Fr., Providence Pete Zoccolillo, Sr., Rutgers Alfie Critelli, Sr., Seton Hall Jeff Wagner, Sr., Notre Dame Eric Potts, So., St. John’s

SECOND TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base First Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Kevin McGerry, So., St. John’s Keith Stamler, So., St. John’s Jeremy Cummings, Sr., West Virginia Jim Wilson, So., Rutgers Brian Esposito, So., Connecticut Brian Packin, Sr., Connecticut Lou Melucci, Sr., Pittsburgh Darren Fenster, Jr., Rutgers Angelo Ciminiello, Sr., Providence Glenn Katz, Sr., Connecticut Steve Stanley, Fr., Notre Dame David DeJesus, So., Rutgers Lance Williams, Sr., West Virginia Stephen Langone, Jr., Boston College

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ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Jesse Carlson, Connecticut Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers Peter Soteropoulos, UConn Val Majewski, Rutgers Matt Carullo, Georgetown Casey Grimm, Seton Hall J.P. Gagne, Notre Dame Brian Slocum, Villanova Brian Stavisky, Notre Dame Tom Kandybowicz, Villanova Scott Folmar, Pittsburgh Tim McCabe, West Virginia 1998 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Fred Hill, Rutgers Brant Ust, So., Notre Dame Brad Lidge, Jr., Notre Dame Jake Daubert, Fr., Rutgers

FIRST TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Brad Lidge, Jr., Notre Dame Kevin McGerry, Fr., St. John’s Josh Santos, Jr., Connecticut Scott Friedholm, Sr., Providence Pete Zoccolillo, Jr., Rutgers David Marciniak, Jr., Rutgers J.J. Brock, Sr., Notre Dame Brant Ust, So., Notre Dame Joe McNamee, Jr., West Virginia Adam Neubart, Jr., Rutgers Tyrone Wayne, Sr., St. John’s Dan Boublis, Jr., Villanova Jeff Wagner, Jr., Notre Dame

SECOND TEAM Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Shortstop Third Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Aaron Heilman, Fr., Notre Dame Mike Mundy, Sr., Rutgers Alex Shilliday, Jr., Notre Dame Dan Hummel, Sr., Seton Hall Sean McGowan, Jr., Boston College John Bravette, Fr., Seton Hall Giancarlo DiPrima, Sr., St. John’s Craig Zimmerli, Sr., Seton Hall Matt Longo, Fr., Villanova Josh Vath, Jr., Seton Hall Lance Williams, Jr., West Virginia Steve Langone, So, Boston College Brian Packin, So., Connecticut

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Matt Arizin, Georgetown Chris Fallon, St. John’s Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Kevin McGerry, St. John’s Alec Porzel, Notre Dame Keith Stamler, St. John’s Mike O’Keefe, Providence B.J. Benik, Seton Hall Jake Daubert, Rutgers Tony Calabrese, Seton Hall David DeJesus, Rutgers Matt Longo, Villanova

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards 1997 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Greg Van Zant, West Virginia David Kim, Jr., Seton Hall Chris Enochs, Jr., West Virginia Brant Ust, Fr., Notre Dame

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Jason Frushour, Sr., West Virginia Pete Zoccolillo, So., Rutgers Brant Ust, Fr., Notre Dame Craig Zimmerli, So., Seton Hall Giancarlo DiPrima. Jr., St. John’s Billy Rich, Jr., Connecticut Randall Brooks, Sr., Notre Dame David Kim, Jr., Seton Hall Angelo Ciminiello, So., Providence Jeff Wagner, So., Notre Dame Chris Enochs, Jr., West Virginia Jason Grilli, Jr., Seton Hall Mike Hughes, Jr., St. John’s

SECOND TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Mike Amrhein, Sr., Notre Dame Joe McNamee, Jr., West Virginia Scott Palmieri, Sr., Providence Mike Dzurilla, Fr., St. John’s Jason Edgar, Jr., Connecticut Tyrone Wayne, Jr., St. John’s Kirk Taylor, Sr., West Virginia Josh Williamson, Sr., West Virginia Rob Garvey, Sr., Pittsburgh Steve Dickinson, So., Pittsburgh Derek Adair, Jr., St. John’s Mike Mundy, Jr., Rutgers Darin Schmalz, Sr., Notre Dame

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Steve Langone, Boston College Brant Ust, Notre Dame Andy Sullivan, Boston College Keith Reed, Providence Rick Belmonte, Connecticut Darren Fenster, Rutgers Brian Packin, Connecticut Mike O’Brien, Rutgers Andy Volpp, Georgetown Barry Walsh, Rutgers Jeff Felker, Notre Dame Mike Druzilla, St. John’s 1996 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s Jason Grabowski, So., Connecticut Brian O’Hare, Sr., Georgetown Jeff Wagner, Fr., Notre Dame

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter

Scott Friedholm, So., Providence Brian Fitzsimmons, Sr., St. John’s Randall Brooks, Jr., Notre Dame Reuben Wilson, Sr., Connecticut Larry Kleinz, Sr., Villanova Kevin Penwell, Jr., Boston College Scott Sollman, Jr., Notre Dame Pete Tucci, Jr., Providence Jason Grabowski, So., Connecticut Jeff Wagner, Fr., Notre Dame

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Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Todd Incantalupo, So., Providence Scott Madison, Jr., Rutgers Brian O’Hare, Sr., Georgetown

SECOND TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Jeff Uccello, Sr., Connecticut Jim Duffy, Sr., Seton Hall Keith Finnerty, Sr., St. John’s Scott Seabol, Jr., West Virginia John McDonald, Sr., Providence Jason Conti, Jr., Pittsburgh Bryan Manahan, Sr., Boston College Josh Williamson, Jr., West Virginia Roger Harrington, Sr., Georgetown Jeff Stetina, Jr., Villanova John Klopp, Sr., Villanova Jeff Love, Sr., St. John’s Darin Schmalz, Jr., Notre Dame

1995 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookies of the Year

Paul Kostacopoulos, Providence Bob O’Toole, Jr., Providence Mike Macone, Jr., Providence Todd Incantalupo, Fr., Providence Jason Grilli, Fr., Seton Hall

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Bob O’Toole, Jr., Providence Brian Sankey, Jr., Boston College Scott Palmieri, So., Providence Jason Cassesa, Jr., Villanova Mike Moriarty, Jr., Seton Hall Tim Casey, Sr., Seton Hall Brian Fili, So., Villanova Ryan McGinty, Sr., Villanova Chris Lemonis, Sr., St. John’s John Garside, Sr., Providence Curt Romboli, Sr., Boston College Mike Macone, Jr., Providence Matt Morris, Jr., Seton Hall

SECOND TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

John Clifford, Jr., Villanova Jim Duffy, Jr., Seton Hall Ryan Gorecki, Sr., Seton Hall T.J. Delvecchio, Sr., Providence John McDonald, Jr., Providence Kevin Penwell, So., Boston College Jason Conti, So., Pittsburgh Kurt Womelsdorf, Jr., Pittsburgh Alex Andreopoulos, Sr., Seton Hall Jeff Stetina, So., Villanova Todd Incantalupo, Fr., Providence Jason Grilli, Fr., Seton Hall David Herr, Sr., Villanova

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B I G E A S T A l l - C o n f e r e n ce Honors and Awards 1994 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Mark Jackson, Pittsburgh Josh Tyler, Jr., Pittsburgh C.J. Nitkowski, Jr., St. John’s Trevor Pepkowski, Fr., Villanova

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Jim Penders, Sr., Connecticut Craig Crawley, Sr., Pittsburgh Mike Martin, Sr., Boston College Josh Tyler, Jr., Pittsburgh Mike Moriarty, So., Seton Hall Mike Lyons, Sr., Providence Brian Majeski, Jr., Connecticut Paul Ottavinia, Jr., Seton Hall Christian Toomey, Sr., Seton Hall Roger Harrington, So., Georgetown Kyle Cooney, Jr., Connecticut Mike Macone, So., Providence Matt Morris, So., Seton Hall C.J. Nitkowski, Jr., St. John’s

SECOND TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Alex Andreopoulos, Jr., Seton Hall Jim Duffy, So., Seton Hall Ryan Gorecki, Jr., Seton Hall T.J. Delvecchio, Jr., Providence Danny Gonzalez, Sr., Pittsburgh Dennis Dwyer, Sr., Connecticut Jason Loscalzo, Sr., St. John’s Ken Strish, Jr., Pittsburgh Bob O’Toole, So., Providence Tyler Shantz, Jr., Pittsburgh Chad Frontera, Jr.,Seton Hall Aaron Quinn, Sr., Connecticut Anthony Sagnelli, So., St. John’s

1993 Coach of the Year Players of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

George Bennett, Villanova Jack Stanczak, Jr., Villanova Lou Merloni, Sr., Providence David Herr, So., Villanova Steve Young, Fr., Villanova

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Alex Andreopoulos, So., Seton Hall Mike Bellagamba, Sr., St. John’s Mike Martin, Jr., Boston College Brad Reese, Sr., Pittsburgh Jack Stanczak, Jr., Villanova Lou Merloni, Sr., Providence Ed Deal, Sr., Villanova Dennis Dwyer, Jr., Connecticut Al Lardo, Sr., Pittsburgh Jim Foster, Sr., Providence Kevin Armstrong, Sr., Villanova Steve Hayward, Sr., Seton Hall David Herr, So., Villanova John Kelly, So., Connecticut C. J. Nitkowski, So., St. John’s

1992 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookies of the Year

Andy Baylock, Connecticut Sal Tinnerello, Sr., Connecticut Ted Klamm, Sr., Seton Hall Alex Andreopoulos, Fr., Seton Hall

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FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Alex Andreopoulos, Fr., Seton Hall Cliff Foley, Sr., Villanova Craig MacDonald, Sr., Connecticut Sean Irey, So., Connecticut Lou Merloni, Jr., Providence Kevin Armstrong, Jr.,Villanova Sal Tinnerello, Sr., Connecticut Mike DiCono, Sr., St. John’s Mike Lyons, So., Providence Rob Scmitt, Sr., Seton Hall Brett Bartkewicz, Jr., St. John’s John Kelly, Fr., Connecticut Ted Klamm, Sr., Seton Hall Kevin Legault, Jr., Seton Hall Marc Mangiafico, Jr., Providence

1991 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Joe Russo, St. John’s Mike Neill, Jr., Villanova Tom Migliozzi, Sr., St. John’s Mike Maerten, St. John’s

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Anthony Criscuolo, Jr., St. John’s Keith Rader, Sr., St. John’s Brian Kelley, Sr., Boston College Rob Grable, Jr., St. John’s Rich Aurilia, So., St. John’s Mike Neill, Jr., Villanova Joey Pulsonetti, Jr., St. John’s Mike Feoli, Jr., Seton Hall Don Martone, Sr., Providence Gene Schall, Jr., Villanova Brian Kenny, Sr., Villanova Tom Migliozzi, Sr., St. John’s Brian Looney, Jr., Boston College Doug MacNeil, Sr., Boston College

1990 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookies of the Year

Joe Russo, St. John’s Dennis McCaffery, Jr., Villanova Brian Kenny, Jr., Villanova Rich Aurilia, Fr., St. John’s Lou Merloni, Fr., Providence

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Brendan Walsh, Sr., Providence John Belicka, Sr., Georgetown Brian Kelley, Sr., Boston College Ken Coffee, Sr., Connecticut Mike Gropusso, So., Seton Hall Mike Feoli, So., Seton Hall Sal Tinnerello, So., Connecticut Mike Randazzo, Jr., Seton Hall Dennis McCaffery, Jr., Villanova Brendan Beckstein, Sr., Providence David Honor, Sr.,St. John’s Brian Kenny, Jr., Villanova Tom Migliozzi, Jr., St. John’s Jeff DiNuzzo, Sr., Seton Hall

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Mike Sheppard, Seton Hall Gary Scott, Jr., Villanova Kevin Morton, Jr., Seton Hall Gene Schall, Fr., Villanova

1986 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Don Mezzanotte, Providence Roger Haggerty, Sr., Providence Jim Navilliat, Sr., Providence Bob McCreary, Fr., Villanova

first team Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Bill Reddick, So., Seton Hall Maurice Vaughn, Jr., Seton Hall Bill Butler, Sr., Providence Gary Scott, Jr., Villanova Brian Specyalski, Sr., Connecticut Robert Lambraia, Sr., St. John’s Dana Brown, Sr., Seton Hall Bryan McGourthy, Jr., Boston College Wally Heckel, Sr., St. John’s Gene Schall, Fr., Villanova Kevin Morton, Jr., Seton Hall Doug MacNeil, So., Boston College Rafael Novoa, Sr., Villanova

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher

Craig Biggio, So., Seton Hall Marteese Robinson, So., Seton Hall Tony Bonura, Sr., St. John’s Roger Haggerty, Sr., Providence Paul Rizzo, Sr., Providence Scott Elliott, Jr., Georgetown H.A. Butterworth, Sr., Connecticut Jerry Carroll, Sr., Providence Joe Giaquinto, Sr., Boston College Jerry LaPenta, Sr., Connecticut Pat Murray, Jr., St. John’s Jim Navilliat, Sr., Providence Rich Scheid, Jr., Seton Hall

1988 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

George Bennett, Villanova Maurice Vaughn, So., Seton Hall Charles Nagy, So., Connecticut Bill Sherbondy, Fr., Pittsburgh

1985 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Mike Sheppard, Seton Hall Dave Ford, Sr., Connecticut Phil Cundari, Jr., Seton Hall Marteese Robinson, Fr., Seton Hall

first team Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Marek Drabinski, So., Connecticut Maurice Vaughn, So., Seton Hall Mike Nyhan, Sr., Boston College Gary Scott, So., Villanova Bob McCreary, Jr., Villanova Robert Lambraia, Jr., St. John’s Steve Castro, Jr., Providence Brian Lohman, Sr., Pittsburgh Dana Brown, Jr., Seton Hall Tom Mezzanotte, So., Providence Ed Statkiewicz, Sr., Providence Charles Nagy, So., Connecticut Rafael Novoa, Jr., Villanova Kevin Morton, So., Seton Hall

FIRST TEAM Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Chris Jelic, Jr., Pittsburgh Dave Ford, Sr., Connecticut Tony Bonura, Jr., St. John’s Mike Moss, Fr., Georgetown Paul Rizzo, Jr., Providence Steve Iannini, Sr., Georgetown Matt Stennett, So., Pittsburgh Joe Giaquinto, Jr., Boston College Jerry LaPenta, Jr., Connecticut Phil Cundari, Jr., Seton Hall Rich Scheid, So., Seton Hall Wayne Rosenthal, Jr., St. John’s

1987 Coach of the Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year

Mike Sheppard, Seton Hall Marteese Robinson, Jr., Seton Hall Charles Nagy, Fr., Connecticut Maurice Vaughn, Fr., Seton Hall

first team Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield Utility Utility Designated Hitter Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

Craig Biggio, Jr., Seton Hall Marteese Robinson, Jr., Seton Hall Glen Bruckner, Sr., Georgetown Paul DiGregorio, Sr., St. John’s Bob McCreary, So., Villanova Dana Brown, So., Seton Hall Mike Palladino, Sr., St. John’s Ed Walsh, Jr., Providence Chuck Scales, Sr., Pittsburgh Maurice Vaughn, Fr., Seton Hall Frank Caccavale, Sr., St. John’s Tom Otto, Sr., Boston College Charles Nagy, Fr., Connecticut Rick Vichroski, Jr., Seton Hall John Spiciarich, Sr., St. John’s

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ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS BY SCHOOL 1st 2nd 3rd AllSchool Team Team* Team^ Rookie# Total Cincinnati 5 9 8 0 22 Connecticut 34 25 15 5 79 Georgetown 11 5 11 3 30 Louisville 15 20 12 0 47 Notre Dame 34 31 16 7 88 Pittsburgh 23 23 13 2 61 Providence 32 8 0 5 45 Rutgers 25 18 12 8 61 St. John’s 54 25 20 5 104 Seton Hall 50 22 9 4 84 USF 5 9 5 0 19 Villanova 28 15 7 4 54 West Virginia 18 20 15 2 55 * - Second Team selected beginning in 1994; ^ - Third Team selected beginning in 2001; # - All-Rookie team selected between 1997-2000

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All-Time BIG EAST W e e k l y A wa r d s 2012 Player of the Week Feb. 20 Joe Hudson, Notre Dame Feb. 27 Stewart Ijames, Louisville March 5 Daniel Rockhold, USF March 11 L.J. Mazzilli, Connecticut March 19 Ty Young, Louisville March 26 Patrick Kivlehan, Rutgers April 2 Billy Ferriter, Connecticut April 9 Matt Frazer, West Virginia April 16 Matt Wessinger, St. John’s April 23 Trey Mancini, Notre Dame April 30 Scott Kalamar, Seton Hall May 7 Sean O’Hare, St. John’s May 14 Rand Ravnaas, Georgetown May 21 Braden Kline, Cincinnati

2010 Player of the Week Feb. 22 Casey Martin, Notre Dame March 1 Joe Panik, St. John’s March 8 Phil Wunderlich, Louisville March 15 Pat Biserta, Rutgers March 22 Matt Szczur, Villanova March 29 Jonathan Koscso, USF April 5 Andrew Clark, Louisville April 12 Cory Brownsten, Pittsburgh April 19 Pat Biserta, Rutgers April 26 Mike Olt, Connecticut May 3 Andrew Clark, Louisville May 10 Grant Buckner, West Virginia May 17 Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s May 24 Jimmy Jacquot, Cincinnati

Pitcher of the Week Feb. 20 Brian Ward, Connecticut Feb. 27 Stephen Ostapeck, Villanova March 5 Derrick Stultz, USF March 11 Will Hudgins, Notre Dame March 19 Rob Corsi, Rutgers March 26 Stephen Ostapeck, Villanova April 2 Ethan Mildren, Pittsburgh April 9 Brian Gilbert, Seton Hall April 16 Jared Ruxer, Louisville April 23 Kyle Hansen, St. John’s April 30 Justin Amlung, Louisville May 7 Andrew Barbosa, USF May 14 Justin Amlung, Louisville May 21 David Fischer, Connecticut

Pitcher of the Week Feb. 22 Brian Streilein, Villanova March 1 Thomas Royse, Louisville March 8 Kyle McMyne, Villanova March 15 Neil Holland, Louisville March 22 Teddy Kaufman, USF March 29 Randy Fontanez, USF April 5 Andrew Barbosa, USF April 12 Greg Nappo, Connecticut April 19 Kyle Hansen, St. John’s April 26 Randy Fontanez, USF May 3 Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall May 10 Matt Barnes, Connecticut May 17 Andrew Strenge, Cincinnati May 24 Andy Altemus, West Virginia

2011 Player of the Week Feb. 21 Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s Feb. 28 Rand Ravnaas, Georgetown March 7 Rand Ravnaas, Georgetown March 14 Travis Whitmore, Pittsburgh March 21 David Chester, Pittsburgh March 28 Stewart Ijames, Louisville April 4 Nick Ahmed, Connecticut April 11 Kevan Smith, Pittsburgh April 18 Joe Panik, St. John’s April 25 George Springer, Connecticut May 2 George Springer, Connecticut May 9 Grant Buckner, West Virginia May 16 Paul Karmas, St. John’s May 23 Ryan Wright, Louisville

2009 Player of the Week Feb. 23 Greg Hopkins, St. John’s March 2 Andrew Clark, Louisville March 9 Chris Dominguez, Louisville March 15 Greg Hopkins, St. John’s March 23 Tim Morris, St. John’s March 30 Sean Baumann, Georgetown April 6 Brian Kemp, St. John’s April 13 Austin Markel, West Virginia April 20 Danny Lopez, Pittsburgh April 27 Junior Carlin, USF May 4 George Springer, Connecticut May 11 Adam Duvall, Louisville May 17 T.J. Jones, Cincinnati

Pitcher of the Week Feb. 21 Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall Feb. 28 Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall March 7 Kyle Eastham, USF March 14 Matt Barnes, Connecticut March 21 Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall March 28 Matt Barnes, Connecticut April 4 Dan Jensen, Cincinnati April 11 Harrison Musgrave, West Virginia April 18 Andy Berry, West Virginia April 25 Kyle Hansen, St. John’s May 2 Randy Fontanez, USF May 9 Jon Prosinski, Seton Hall May 16 Matt Iannazzo, Pittsburgh May 23 George Fernandez, Seton Hall

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Pitcher of the Week Feb. 23 Sean Black, Seton Hall March 2 Chris Pack, Villanova March 9 Jarryd Summers, West Virginia March 15 Justin Marks, Louisville March 23 Corey Baker, Pittsburgh March 30 Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall April 6 Brian Dupra, Notre Dame April 13 Thomas Royse, Louisville April 20 Eric Maust, Notre Dame April 27 Keith Cantwell, Seton Hall May 4 Randy Fontanez, USF May 11 Keith Cantwell, Seton Hall May 17 Justin Marks, Louisville 2008 Player of the Week Feb. 25 Joe Witkowski, St. John’s March 3 Sean Conley, Pittsburgh March 10 Mike Spina, Cincinnati March 17 Tyler Kuhn, West Virginia March 24 Evan Sharpley, Notre Dame March 31 Jaren Matthews, Rutgers

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A.J. Pollock, Notre Dame A.J. Pollock, Notre Dame David Mills, Notre Dame Josh Harrison, Cincinnati Derek Shunk, Villanova Jeff Grantham, St. John’s Tony Campana, Cincinnati

Pitcher of the Week Feb. 25 Casey Gaynor, Rutgers March 3 Sean Black, Seton Hall March 10 Randy Fontanez, USF March 17 George Brown, St. John’s March 24 George Brown, St. John’s March 31 Daniel Kennedy, Georgetown April 7 Corey Young, Seton Hall April 14 David Phelps, Notre Dame April 21 Dan Osterbrock, Cincinnati April 28 Corey Young, Seton Hall May 5 B.J. Rosenberg, Louisville May 12 Michael Hill, Cincinnati May 18 Jared Yecker, St. John’s 2007 Player of the Week Feb. 19 Braulio Pardo, USF Feb. 26 Tony Campana, Cincinnati March 5 Ryan Hill, Rutgers March 12 Derek Shunk, Villanova March 19 Logan Johnson, Louisville March 26 Dexter Butler, USF April 2 Jorge Castillo, Louisville April 9 Todd Frazier, Rutgers April 16 Gil Zayas, St. John’s April 23 Isaiah Howes, Louisville April 30 Mark McLaughlin, Georgetown May 7 Mike Bionde, Rutgers May 14 Dan Terpak, Villanova May 21 Anthony Smith, St. John’s Pitcher of the Week Feb. 19 Danny Otero, USF Feb. 26 Danny Otero, USF March 5 Dan Osterbrock, Cincinnati March 12 Steve Blevins, Cincinnati March 19 Josh Whitlock, West Virginia March 26 David Phelps, Notre Dame April 2 Paul Nardozzi, Pittsburgh April 9 Dan Merklinger, Seton Hall April 16 Matt Tosoni, St. John’s April 23 Scott Barnes, St. John’s April 30 Justin Marks, Louisville May 7 David Phelps, Notre Dame May 14 Mike Tarsi, Connecticut May 21 Mike Tarsi, Connecticut 2006 Player of the Week Feb. 20 Ryan Hill, Rutgers Feb. 27 Daniel Burton, Louisville March 6 Derek Shunk, Villanova March 13 Danny Dressman, Notre Dame March 20 Logan Parker, Cincinnati March 27 Stan Posluszny, West Virginia April 3 Jon DeLuca, Cincinnati April 10 Craig Cooper, Notre Dame April 17 Tim Querns, Rutgers April 24 Craig Cooper, Notre Dame May 1 Will Vogl, St. John’s May 8 Jeff Grose, Rutgers May 15 Doug Nelms, West Virginia May 21 Josh Farkes, Connecticut

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All-Time BIG EAST W e e k l y A wa r d s Pitcher of the Week Feb. 20 Paul Nardozzi, Pittsburgh Glen Simon, Cincinnati Feb. 27 Tom Thornton, Notre Dame March 6 Tim Norton, Connecticut March 13 Dan Merklinger, Seton Hall March 20 Tom Thornton, Notre Dame March 27 Tim Norton, Connecticut April 3 Dan Merlinger, Seton Hall April 10 Tim Norton, Connecticut April 17 Warren Sizemore, Georgetown Kevin Mulvey, Villanova April 24 Billy Muldowney, Pittsburgh May 1 Steve Blevins, Cincinnati Darren Sizemore, Georgetown May 8 Matt Tosoni, St. John’s May 15 Corey Young, Seton Hall May 21 Steve Blevins, Cincinnati 2005 Player of the Week Feb. 21 Cory Rodriguez, Rutgers Feb. 28 Billy Quinn, Georgetown Mar. 7 Jared McGuire, Boston College Mar. 14 Jason Delaney, Boston College Mar. 21 Ben Copeland, Pittsburgh Mar. 28 Ryan Craft, Georgetown Apr. 5 Jeff Hourigan, Connecticut Apr. 11 Jim Martin, St. John’s Apr. 18 Ben Copeland, Pittsburgh Apr. 25 Jason Delaney, Boston College May 2 David Cline, Pittsburgh May 9 Doug Nelms, West Virginia May 16 Lee Fritz, West Virginia May 23 Craig Cooper, Notre Dame Pitcher of the Week Feb. 21 Aaron Kalb, Rutgers Feb. 28 Nick Allen, Villanova Mar. 7 Jake Haggerty, Seton Hall Nick Allen, Villanova Mar. 14 Rich Sirois, Connecticut Mar. 21 Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s Mar. 28 Kevin Mulvey, Villanova Apr. 5 Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s Apr. 11 Tom Thornton, Notre Dame Ryan Hill, West Virginia Apr. 18 Joe Martinez, Boston College Apr. 25 Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s May 2 Robert Brant, Pittsburgh May 9 Craig Hansen, St. John’s May 16 Joe Martinez, Boston College May 23 Tim Norton, Connecticut 2004 Player of the Week Feb. 23 Graig Badger, Rutgers March 1 Sean Gaston, Notre Dame March 8 Ben Copeland, Pittsburgh Chris Stanton, Virginia Tech March 15 P.J. Hiser, Pittsburgh March 22 Russ D’Argento, Connecticut March 29 P.J. Hiser, Pittsburgh April 5 Matt Macri, Notre Dame April 12 Jeff Frazier, Rutgers April 19 Greg Lopez, Notre Dame April 26 Ryan Leahy, Boston College Joey Scott, Seton Hall May 3 Warren Schaeffer, Virginia Tech May 10 Jason Delaney, Boston College David Cline, Pittsburgh

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Matt Macri, Notre Dame Michael Lombardi, Georgetown Adrian Schau, Villanova

Pitcher of the Week Feb. 23 Tom Thornton, Notre Dame Nick Evangelista, Pittsburgh March 1 Warren Sizemore, Georgetown Jack Egbert, Rutgers March 8 Trey Martin, Georgetown March 15 Tom Thornton, Notre Dame March 22 Jeff Landing, Virginia Tech March 29 Chris Noonan, Seton Hall April 5 Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s April 12 Matt O’Donnell, Boston College April 19 Matt Tosoni, St. John’s April 26 Jake Haggerty, Seton Hall May 3 Zac Cline, West Virginia May 10 Chris Lambert, Boston College May 17 Chris Lambert, Boston College Grant Johnson, Notre Dame May 24 Grant Johnson, Notre Dame 2003 Player of the Week Feb. 24 Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame Mar. 3 Kurtis Clinton, West Virginia Mar. 10 Marc Tugwell, Virginia Tech Mar. 17 Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame Chris Graziano, Villanova Mar. 24 Brett Burnham, Connecticut Apr. 1 Peter Soteropolous, Connecticut Apr. 7 Matt Edwards, Notre Dame Chris Stanton, Virginia Tech Apr. 14 Stuart Rykaceski, Pittsburgh Mike Rozema, St. John’s Apr. 21 Matt Macri, Notre Dame Jarod Rine, West Virginia Apr. 28 Jeff Frazier, Rutgers Jason Delaney, Boston College May 5 Andrew Cleary, Georgetown Wyatt Toregas, Virginia Tech May 12 Jarod Rine, West Virginia May 19 Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame Pitcher of the Week Feb. 24 Zac Cline, West Virginia Mar. 3 J.P. Gagne, Notre Dame Brandon Halstead, West Virginia Mar. 10 Chris Lambert, Boston College Mar. 17 Kevin Shepard, Boston College Chris Niesel, Notre Dame Mar. 24 Nick Evangelista, Pittsburgh Apr. 1 Ryan Kennedy, Virginia Tech Apr. 7 Jeff Barnyak, Pittsburgh Apr. 14 Jack Egbert, Rutgers Apr. 21 Chris Lillis, Rutgers Apr. 28 Chris Lambert, Boston College John Yeager, Villanova May 5 Chris Lambert, Boston College Chris Niesel, Notre Dame May 12 Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s Shawn Miller, West Virginia May 19 Shaun Parker, Rutgers Joe Reid, St. John’s

2002 Player of the Week Feb. 18 Brian Macchi, Boston College Feb. 25 Andrew Bushey, Notre Dame John West, Virginia Tech Mar. 4 Tim McCabe, West Virginia Brad Rea, Pittsburgh Mar. 11 Adrian Schau, Villanova Mar. 18 Brant Colamarino, Pittsburgh April 1 Jason Delaney, Boston College Paul O’Toole, Notre Dame April 8 Marc Tugwell, Virginia Tech Mike Frownfelter, West Virginia April 15 Drew Locke, Boston College Brendan Mannix, Villanova April 22 Brad Bauder, Virginia Tech April 30 Brian Durkin, Boston College May 6 Brant Colamarino, Pittsburgh May 13 Joe Thaman, Notre Dame May 20 Wyatt Toregas, Virginia Tech Pitcher of the Week Feb. 18 Matt Skrypack, Seton Hall Feb. 25 Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers Mar. 4 Billy Biggs, West Virginia Mar. 11 Billy Biggs, West Virginia Mar. 18 Ryan Molchan, Rutgers Mar. 26 Greg Holmes, St. John’s April 1 Tom Crohan, Rutgers April 8 Kevin Field, Georgetown Tom Wheeler, Rutgers April 15 J.P. Gagne, Notre Dame Matt Skrypack, Seton Hall April 22 Nick Tucci, Connecticut Peter Ogilvie, Notre Dame April 30 P.J. Hiser, Pittsburgh Tom Crohan, Rutgers May 6 P.J. Hiser, Pittsburgh Tom Wheeler, Rutgers May 13 Kevin Shepard, Boston College May 20 Brian Slocum, Villanova Joe Saunders, Virginia Tech 2001 Player of the Week Feb. 19 Brian Stavisky, Notre Dame Feb. 26 Billy McCarthy, Rutgers Steve Stanley, Notre Dame Mar. 5 Brant Colamarino, Pittsburgh Mar. 12 Brian Durkin, Boston College Mar. 19 Kevin Bice, Virginia Tech Mar. 26 Marc Tugwell, Virginia Tech April 2 Brian Stavisky, Notre Dame Matt Wolski, Rutgers April 9 Dave Pizzini, Villanova April 16 Charlie Bilezkijian, St. John’s Alec Porzel, Notre Dame April 23 Steve Stanley, Notre Dame April 30 Jeff Mackor, Boston College John West, Virginia Tech May 7 Chris Graziano, Villanova Alec Porzel, Notre Dame May 14 Kevin Leighton, Seton Hall Matt Wolski, Rutgers Pitcher of the Week Feb. 19 Eric Brown, Rutgers Feb. 26 Danny Tamayo, Notre Dame Mar. 5 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Mar. 12 David Maust, West Virginia Jimmy Wilson, Rutgers Mar. 19 Scott Schultz, Pittsburgh

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Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Shane Rhodes, West Virginia Buddy Gallagher, Rutgers Chris DeBrisco, Connecticut Shawn Tarkington, Seton Hall Shawn Tarkington, Seton Hall Tony Pina, Georgetown Danny Tamayo, Notre Dame Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers Danny Tamayo, Notre Dame Mike Sullivan, Boston College Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers

2000 Player of the Week Feb. 21 Jarrett Mendoza, Boston College Feb. 28 Jake Daubert, Rutgers Mar. 6 Dave Pizzini, Villanova Mar. 13 Paul O’Toole, Notre Dame Ray Navarrete, Seton Hall Mar. 20 Darren Fenster, Rutgers Mar. 27 Joe B. Cirone, Rutgers April 3 Joe B. Cirone, Rutgers Ray Navarrete, Seton Hall April 11 Mike Gambino, Boston College April 17 Joe Lydic, Pittsburgh Dave Pizzini, Villanova April 24 Brian Stavisky, Notre Dame May 1 Brian Tisbert, Connecticut May 8 Alec Porzel, Notre Dame May 15 Mike Bascom, Seton Hall Pitcher of the Week Feb. 21 Steve Langone, Boston College Feb. 28 Scott Cavey, Notre Dame Jim Wilson, Rutgers Mar. 6 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Mar. 13 B.J. Benik, Seton Hall Mar. 20 Jim Wilson, Rutgers Mar. 27 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame April 3 Kevin McGerry, St. John’s April 11 Chris DeBrisco, Connecticut April 17 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame April 24 Scott Cavey, Notre Dame D. Ponce de Leon, Seton Hall May 1 Robert Barton, Connecticut Steve Langone, Boston College May 8 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame May 15 Jeremy Rossi, Pittsburgh Jim Kirkland, West Virginia Rookie of the Week Feb. 21 Bob Brownlie, Rutgers Feb. 28 Jason Boice, Georgetown Mar. 6 Jason Boice, Georgetown Mar. 13 Bob Brownlie, Rutgers Mar. 20 Tom Kandybowicz, Villanova Mar. 27 Tim McCabe, West Virginia Apr. 3 Jessie Carlson, Connecticut Bob Brownlie, Rutgers Apr. 11 J.P. Gagne, Notre Dame Apr. 17 Brian Slocum, Villanova Apr. 24 Bob Brownlie, Rutgers May 1 Bob Brownlie, Rutgers May 8 Kris Billmaier, Notre Dame Brant Colamarino, Pittsburgh May 15 Brian Stavisky, Notre Dame

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1999 Player of the Week Mar. 10 Sean McGowan, Boston College Keith Reed, Providence Mar. 16 David DeJesus, Rutgers Mar. 22 Mike O’Keefe, Providence Mar. 31 Brant Ust, Notre Dame April 6 Jeff Felker, Notre Dame Lou Melucci, Pittsburgh April 14 Keith Reed, Providence April 20 Brian Packin, Connecticut April 27 Lance Williams, West Virginia May 4 Pete Zoccolillo, Rutgers May 12 Jeff Felker, Notre Dame Pitcher of the Week Mar. 10 Scott Berney, Connecticut Mar. 16 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Lewis Ross, West Virginia Mar. 22 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Mar. 31 Kevin McGerry, St. John’s Jim Wilson, Rutgers April 6 Keith Stamler, St. John’s Josh Knauff, Pittsburgh April 14 Keith Stamler, St. John’s Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame April 20 Marc DesRoches, Providence Keith Stamler, St. John’s April 27 Jeremy Cummings, West Virginia May 4 Marc DesRoches, Providence May 12 Scott Cavey, Notre Dame Rookie of the Week Mar. 10 Mike Scott, Providence Mar. 16 Steve Stanley, Notre Dame Jamie Athas, Providence Mar. 22 Mike Scott, Providence Mar. 31 Chris Schimdt, West Virginia April 6 Mike Gonda, Pittsburgh April 14 Mike Scott, Providence April 20 Mike Scott, Providence Steve Stanley, Notre Dame April 27 Mike Scott, Providence May 4 Neal McCarthy, Providence May 12 Paul O’Toole, Notre Dame 1998 Player of the Week Mar. 16 J. J. Brock, Notre Dame Mar. 24 Matt Dzamba, Georgetown Mar. 30 Josh Vath, Seton Hall April 6 Pete Zoccolillo, Rutgers April 14 Brant Ust, Notre Dame April 21 Angelo Cimminiello, Providence April 27 Tyrone Wayne, St. John’s May 4 Dave Marciniak, Rutgers Mike Knecht, Notre Dame Pitcher of the Week Mar. 16 Brad Lidge, Notre Dame Mar. 24 Randy Erwin, Georgetown Mar. 30 Mike Mundy, Rutgers April 6 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame Keith Stamler, St. John’s April 14 Jeff Miller, Rutgers April 21 Alex Shilliday, Notre Dame Marc DesRoches, Providence April 27 Steve Langone, BC May 4 Mike Mundy, Rutgers

Rookie of the Week Mar. 16 Mike O’Keefe, Providence Mar. 24 Shane Rhodes, West Virginia Mar. 30 Shane Rhodes, West Virginia April 6 Jake Daubert, Rutgers April 14 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame April 21 Jake Daubert, Rutgers April 27 Alec Porzel, Notre Dame May 4 Jake Daubert, Rutgers 1997 Player of the Week Mar. 17 Mike Amrhein, Notre Dame Mar. 24 David Kim, Seton Hall Mar. 31 Bob Garvey, Pittsburgh April 7 Jeff Wagner, Notre Dame April 14 Billy Rich, Connecticut April 21 David Kim, Seton Hall April 28 Allen Greene, Notre Dame Bryan Tamul, Providence May 5 Jeff Wagner, Notre Dame Pitcher of the Week Mar. 17 Todd Incantalupo, Providence Mar. 24 Steve Beller, West Virginia Mar. 31 Chris Enochs, West Virginia April 7 Chris Enochs, West Virginia April 14 Mike Rooney, St. John’s April 21 Chris Enochs, West Virginia April 28 Jason Grilli, Seton Hall May 5 Trevor Pepkowski, Villanova Rookie of the Week April 7 Brant Ust, Notre Dame April 14 Darren Fenster, Rutgers April 21 Brant Ust, Notre Dame April 28 Jeff Felker, Notre Dame May 5 Brant Ust, Notre Dame 1996 Player of the Week Mar. 25 Larry Kleinz, Villanova April 1 Mike Johnson, St. John’s April 8 Kevin Penwell, Boston College Larry Kleinz, Villanova April 15 Keith Finnerty, St. John’s Josh Williamson, West Virginia April 22 Jeff Uccello, Connecticut April 29 Brian Fitzsimmons, St. John’s May 6 Scott Seabol, West Virginia Pitcher of the Week Mar. 25 Scott Madison, Rutgers Matt O’Connell, Connecticut April 1 Brian O’Hare, Georgetown April 8 Chris Enochs, West Virginia Andy Byron, Providence April 15 Derek Adair, St. John’s April 22 Christian Parker, Notre Dame April 29 Drew Baylor, Villanova May 6 Jim O’Brien, Providence

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All-Time BIG EAST W e e k l y A wa r d s 1995 Player of the Week Mar. 27 Jason Cassesa, Villanova Roy DeCaro, Georgetown April 3 T. J. Delvecchio, Providence April 10 Bob O’Toole, Providence April 17 John Clifford, Villanova April 24 Bob O’Toole, Providence May 2 A. D’Esposito, St.John’s May 8 Mike Moriary, Seton Hall Pitcher of the Week Mar. 27 Jim O’Brien, Providence Larry Williams, Villanova April 3 Matt Morris, Seton Hall April 10 Mark Bettencourt, Boston College April 17 David Herr, Villanova April 24 Todd Incantalupo, Providence May 2 Curt Romboli, Boston College May 8 Curt Romboli, Boston College Tedde Campbell, Pittsburgh 1994 Player of the Week Mar. 29 Josh Tyler, Pittsburgh April 4 Tyler Shantz, Pittsburgh April 11 Alex Andreopoulos, Seton Hall April 19 Jim Penders, Connecticut April 25 Brian Majeski, Connecticut May 5 Michael Martin, Boston College Paul Ottavinia, Seton Hall Pitcher of the Week March 29 Gregg Mrochko, Pittsburgh April 4 Mike Maerten, St. John’s April 11 Mark Battencourt, Boston College April 19 Mike Macone, Providence April 25 C. J. Nitkowski, St. John’s Matt Morris, Seton Hall May 5 C. J. Nitkowski, St. John’s 1993 Player of the Week Mar. 30 Jack Stanczak, Villanova April 5 Phil Ierardi, Providence April 12 Chris Taylor, Boston College April 20 Sean Irey, Connecticut April 26 Jim Foster, Providence May 5 Tim Casey, Seton Hall May 10 Mark Tomey, Providence Pitcher of the Week Mar. 30 Chad Fontera, Seton Hall April 5 Bill Junker, Pittsburgh April 12 David Herr, Villanova April 20 David Herr, Villanova April 26 C. J. Nitkowski, St. John’s John Kelly, Connecticut May 5 Chad Fontera, Seton Hall May 10 Sean Maloney, Georgetown 1992 Player of the Week Mar. 23 Rob Schmitt, Seton Hall Mar. 30 Alex Andreopoulos, Seton Hall April 6 Josh Tyler, Pittsburgh April 13 Brett Bartkewicz, St. John’s April 20 Sean Irey, Connecticut April 27 Sal Tinnerello, Connecticut May 4 Cliff Foley, Villanova

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Pitcher of the Week Mar. 23 Sean Maloney, Georgetown Mar. 30 Marc Mangiafico, Providence April 6 Bill Junker, Pittsburgh Ken Grzelaczyk, St. John’s April 13 John Kelly, Connecticut April 20 Tony DeAngelo, Providence Marc Mangiafico, Providence April 27 Kevin Legault, Seton Hall May 4 Kevin Petchark, Connecticut 1991 Player of the Week Mar. 26 Nick Cosmo, St. John’s April 2 Brian Kelly, Boston College April 8 Lou Merloni, Providence April 16 Gene Schall, Villanova April 23 Denny Little, Pittsburgh Rich Aurilia, St. John’s April 30 Mike Neill, Villanova May 7 Joe Hayward, Boston College Pitcher of the Week Mar. 26 Rich Krollman, Providence April 2 Tom Migliozzi, St. John’s April 8 Brian Looney, Boston College April 16 Mike Maerten, St. John’s Sean Maloney, Georgetown April 23 Tom Danulevith, St. John’s April 30 Doug MacNeil, Boston College May 7 Brandon Cole, Seton Hall 1990 Player of the Week Mar. 27 Sal Tinnerello, Connecticut April 3 P. J. O’Toole, Providence April 10 John Belicka, Georgetown April 16 Mike Feoli, Seton Hall April 24 Dennis McCaffery, Villanova May 1 Brenden Beckstein, Providence May 8 Bill Ressick, Seton Hall Pitcher of the Week Mar. 27 Brian Kenny, Villanova April 3 Jeff DiNuzzo, Seton Hall April 10 Fred Ititi, Pittsburgh April 16 Tom Migliozzi, St. John’s April 24 Pete Walker, Connecticut May 1 Brian Kenny, Villanova May 8 Doug MacNeil, Boston College 1989 Player of the Week April 3 Kevin Cain, Villanova April 10 Mike Weinberg, St. John’s April 17 Jon Weaver, Pittsburgh April 24 Dana Brown, Seton Hall May 1 Brian Specyalski, Connecticut Pitcher of the Week April 3 Kevin Morton, Seton Hall April 10 Jim Jones, Connecticut April 17 Brian Kenny, Villanova April 24 Rick Keough, Providence May 1 Doug MacNeil, Boston College

1988 Player of the Week April 4 Dana Brown, Seton Hall April 11 Gary Scott, Villanova April 18 Tom Mezzanotte, Providence April 25 Gregg Radachowsky, Boston College Pitcher of the Week April 4 Tim Cain, Connecticut April 11 Owen Kelly, St. John’s April 18 Kevin Morton, Seton Hall April 25 Bob Coia, Villanova May 3 Rafael Novoa, Villanova Charles Nagy, Connecticut 1987 Player of the Week Mar. 30 Marteese Robinson, Seton Hall April 6 Paul DiGregorio, St. John’s April 13 Mike Schick, Villanova April 20 Steve Castro, Providence April 27 Marteese Robinson, Seton Hall May 4 Mike Palladino, St. John’s May 11 Jay Duderstadt, Pittsburgh Pitcher of the Week Mar. 30 Owen Kelly, St. John’s April 6 Owen Kelly, St. John’s April 13 Charles Nagy, Connecticut April 20 Stew Strong, Connecticut April 27 Dave Fradkin, Connecticut May 4 Rick Vichroski, Seton Hall May 11 Rich Lowman, Pittsburgh 1986 Player of the Week April 1 Craig Biggio, Seton Hall April 8 Bob McCreary, Villanova April 15 H.A. Butterworth, Connecticut April 22 Roger Haggerty, Providence April 29 Tom Otto, Boston College May 6 Roger Haggerty, Providence Pitcher of the Week April 1 Rich Scheid, Seton Hall April 8 Wayne Rosenthal, St. John’s April 15 Jim Navilliat, Providence April 22 Jim Navilliat, Providence April 29 Steve Zolner, Villanova May 6 Jim Navilliat, Providence 1985 Player of the Week April 2 Dave Ford, Connecticut April 9 Dave Ford, Connecticut April 16 Steve Iannini, Georgetown April 23 Bob Bellini, St. John’s April 30 Rocky Daley, Boston College May 7 Matt Stennett, Pittsburgh Pitcher of the Week April 2 Phil Cundari, Seton Hall April 9 Larry Schawrtz, Seton Hall April 16 Mark Thalman, Connecticut April 23 Steve Zolner, Villanova April 30 Rich Scheid, Seton Hall May 7 Chuck Howard, Providence

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A n n u a l B I G E A S T S ta n d i n gs 2012 Louisville #  St. John’s * USF  Seton Hall  Rutgers  Connecticut  Notre Dame  Villanova  Pittsburgh  Georgetown  West Virginia  Cincinnati 

BIG EAST W L T 18  9  0  18  9  0  17  10  0 17  10  0  16  11  0  16  11  0 14  13  0  10  17  0  10  17  0 10  17  0  9  18  0  7�� 20  0 

OVERALL W L 41  22  40  23  38  22  34  24  31  25  31  27  31  27  28  27  28  28  24  29   23  32  18  38 

2011 Connecticut # St. John’s Pittsburgh West Virginia Seton Hall * Louisville Cincinnati Notre Dame USF Rutgers Villanova Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 22 5 0 18 8 0 16 11 0 14 13 0 14 13 0 14 13 0 14 13 0 13 13 0 13 14 0 11 16 0 7 20 0 5 22 0

OVERALL W L T 45 20 1 36 22 0 33 23 0 28 27 0 34 25 0 30 27 0 30 27 0 23 29 1 25 29 0 20 30 0 20 32 0 23 33 0

2010 Louisville# Connecticut Pittsburgh St. John’s* USF Rutgers Cincinnati West Virginia Notre Dame Villanova Seton Hall Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 21 6 0 20 6 0 18 8 0 16 11 0 16 11 0 15 12 0 13 14 0 10 17 0 10 17 0 9 18 0 8 19 0 5 22 0

OVERALL W L T 50 14 0 48 16 0 38 18 0 43 20 0 26 32 0 30 26 0 29 29 0 27 30 0 22 32 0 29 23 0 19 30 1 24 31 0

2009 Louisville*# USF West Virginia St. John’s Notre Dame Connecticut Pittsburgh Cincinnati Seton Hall Georgetown Rutgers Villanova

BIG EAST W L T 19 7 0 18 9 0 17 10 0 16 11 0 15 12 0 14 13 0 13 13 0 13 14 0 13 14 0 8 18 0 8 19 0 6 20 0

OVERALL W L T 47 8 0 34 25 0 37 18 0 30 22 0 36 23 0 36 24 0 28 21 0 29 29 0 25 24 0 17 34 0 22 31 0 22 28 0

2008 St. John’s* Cincinnati Notre Dame Louisville# Seton Hall USF West Virginia Villanova

BIG EAST W L T 20 7 0 19 8 0 16 10 0 16 11 0 15 12 0 14 13 0 13 14 0 12 15 0

OVERALL W L T 42 16 0 39 20 0 33 21 1 41 21 0 31 25 0 31 27 0 35 21 0 30 28 0

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Connecticut Rutgers Pittsburgh Georgetown

11 16 0 11 16 0 7 19 0 7 20 0

27 28 0 23 29 1 19 34 0 18 32 0

2007 St. John’s* Rutgers*# Louisville Pittsburgh USF Villanova Notre Dame Connecticut West Virginia Cincinnati Seton Hall Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 20 7 0 20 7 0 19 8 0 15 11 0 13 14 0 12 15 0 11 15 0 10 14 0 10 16 0 10 16 0 9 15 0 8 19 0

OVERALL W L T 41 19 0 42 21 0 47 24 0 27 27 0 34 26 0 29 25 0 28 28 0 34 27 0 29 22 0 28 28 0 25 25 0 21 34 0

2006 Notre Dame*# Connecticut Louisville St. John’s West Virginia Rutgers Cincinnati USF Pittsburgh Georgetown Villanova Seton Hall

BIG EAST W L T 21 5 1 18 6 1 17 10 0 16 10 0 14 13 0 13 14 0 13 14 0 12 15 0 10 17 0 10 17 0 8 18 0 7 20 0

OVERALL W L T 45 17 1 39 18 1 31 29 0 40 19 0 36 22 0 29 28 1 32 26 0 23 35 0 23 29 0 24 32 0 27 27 0 17 34 0

2005 St. John’s* Boston College Notre Dame# Pittsburgh Rutgers Connecticut West Virginia Villanova Seton Hall Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 19 4 0 17 8 0 14 9 1 15 10 0 12 12 0 11 12 0 10 15 0 8 16 1 8 17 0 7 18 0

OVERALL W L T 41 18 0 37 20 0 38 24 1 33 22 0 32 21 0 34 22 0 25 30 0 28 21 2 17 35 0 25 31 0

2004 Notre Dame *# St. John’s Pittsburgh Boston College Rutgers Villanova Virginia Tech West Virginia Connecticut Seton Hall Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 20 6 0 17 9 0 17 9 0 15 9 0 13 11 0 11 14 0 11 15 0 10 16 0 9 17 0 9 17 0 8 17 0

OVERALL W L T 51 12 0 37 23 0 38 18 0 32 27 0 30 23 0 31 20 1 29 27 0 23 29 0 26 29 1 17 33 1 25 30 0

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2003 Rutgers* West Virginia Notre Dame# Virginia Tech Boston College Pittsburgh St. John’s Seton Hall Connecticut Villanova Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 19 6 0 18 6 0 16 7 0 15 10 0 13 11 0 13 13 0 12 14 0 11 14 0 10 15 0 6 19 0 4 22 0

OVERALL W L T 37 22 0 36 19 0 45 18 0 34 23 0 33 21 0 36 20 0 29 27 0 23 24 0 24 23 0 14 32 0 14 33 0

1998 Rutgers*# Notre Dame St. John’s Providence West Virginia Seton Hall Connecticut Villanova Pittsburgh Boston College Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 17 3 0 15 4 0 14 7 0 14 8 1 13 9 0 12 10 0 12 11 0 6 15 0 5 16 0 4 15 1 5 19 0

OVERALL W L T 33 16 0 41 17 0 28 17 1 31 22 1 37 17 1 25 23 0 25 17 0 26 21 1 12 27 1 17 23 1 22 34 0

2002 Notre Dame *# Virginia Tech Boston College Rutgers Pittsburgh St. John’s Connecticut Villanova Seton Hall West Virginia Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 18 8 0 18 8 0 15 11 0 15 11 0 14 11 0 14 12 0 13 12 0 12 13 0 11 15 0 9 16 0 2 24 0

OVERALL W L T 50 18 0 33 26 0 30 25 0 35 22 0 36 16 1 29 23 0 28 22 0 30 23 0 25 28 0 24 26 0 9 27 0

2001 Notre Dame* Rutgers Seton Hall# Virginia Tech St. John’s Connecticut West Virginia Boston College Villanova Georgetown Pittsburgh

BIG EAST W L T 22 4 0 18 8 0 14 11 1 14 11 1 13 13 0 13 13 0 12 14 0 11 13 0 10 16 0 7 19 0 6 18 0

OVERALL W L T 49 13 1 42 17 0 34 23 1 29 28 1 31 22 0 26 25 0 27 26 0 29 22 0 25 25 1 17 39 0 18 27 0

1997 American Division West Virginia St. John’s# Connecticut Providence Boston College Pittsburgh National Division Notre Dame Rutgers Seton Hall Villanova Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 17 7 0 16 7 0 11 13 0 10 15 0 8 17 0 8 17 0 W L T 15 6 0 13 11 0 13 11 0 12 12 0 8 15 0

OVERALL W L T 36 19 0 35 17 0 27 20 0 26 23 0 20 23 0 19 26 0 W L T 41 19 0 28 24 0 32 22 0 29 27 0 19 37 1

2000 Rutgers*# Notre Dame Seton Hall Connecticut Boston College Pittsburgh West Virginia St. John’s Villanova Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 18 5 0 18 7 0 18 7 0 14 9 0 12 11 0 11 13 0 10 12 0 8 15 0 8 15 0 1 24 0

OVERALL W L T 40 18 0 46 18 0 40 18 0 32 17 0 35 20 0 31 24 0 25 28 0 29 22 0 24 26 0 13 43 0

1996 American Division West Virginia# Providence St. John’s Connecticut Pittsburgh Boston College National Division Villanova Rutgers Notre Dame Georgetown Seton Hall

BIG EAST W L T 15 10 0 15 10 0 14 10 0 13 12 0 9 13 0 6 18 0 W L T 16 5 0 15 7 1 13 7 0 6 18 0 5 17 1

OVERALL W L T 33 25 0 32 17 1 26 18 0 24 23 0 24 20 2 15 27 0 W L T 25 20 0 32 21 1 44 18 0 18 34 0 18 27 1

1999 Notre Dame* Rutgers Providence# Seton Hall St. John’s West Virginia Villanova Pittsburgh Boston College Connecticut Georgetown

BIG EAST W L T 20 5 0 19 7 0 18 8 0 14 11 0 13 11 1 12 13 0 11 15 0 11 15 0 10 15 1 10 16 0 2 24 0

OVERALL W L T 43 18 0 37 21 0 49 16 0 32 19 1 32 22 2 29 28 0 27 26 1 27 27 0 26 21 1 27 24 0 18 34 0

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A n n u a l B I G E A S T S ta n d i n gs 1995 Providence* Seton Hall Villanova Pittsburgh# St. John’s Boston College Georgetown Connecticut

BIG EAST W L T 16 5 0 14 7 0 14 7 0 12 9 0 12 9 0 8 13 0 4 17 0 4 17 0

OVERALL W L T 44 15 0 38 16 0 40 16 0 39 16 0 18 16 0 21 24 0 17 34 0 13 30 1

1994 Pittsburgh* Providence Seton Hall Connecticut# St. John’s Georgetown Boston College Villanova

BIG EAST W L T 16 5 0 13 8 0 12 8 0 12 9 0 10 8 0 6 12 1 5 14 1 4 14 0

OVERALL W L T 31 16 1 32 21 0 32 21 1 30 18 0 20 16 0 17 31 1 14 23 2 16 23 0

1993 Villanova* Seton Hall Connecticut St. John’s# Boston College Pittsburgh Providence Georgetown

BIG EAST W L 14 7 12 8 12 9 11 10 11 10 10 11 8 12 5 16

OVERALL W L 27 15 30 18 27 19 28 20 22 14 30 13 21 24 7 22

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1992 St. John’s* Seton Hall Connecticut Providence# Villanova Georgetown Pittsburgh Boston College

BIG EAST W L 14 5 14 7 13 7 12 8 9 10 6 15 5 13 5 13

OVERALL W L 30 13 28 27 25 20 29 23 22 21 12 30 23 21 18 17

T 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1

1991 St. John’s* Villanova# Providence Boston College Seton Hall Connecticut Pittsburgh Georgetown

BIG EAST W L 18 2 12 8 12 8 12 9 10 9 8 12 4 15 4 17

OVERALL W L T 34 14 1 37 15 1 35 16 1 23 19 0 26 19 1 16 25 1 15 30 0 10 32 0

1990 Seton Hall* St. John’s Villanova Connecticut# Providence Boston College Georgetown Pittsburgh

BIG EAST W L 16 4 15 6 13 8 12 9 11 10 8 13 4 16 4 17

OVERALL W L 35 18 29 18 33 16 27 19 27 21 20 22 17 30 8 23

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1989 North Division Providence Connecticut** Boston College St. John’s South Division Seton Hall Villanova# Georgetown Pittsburgh

BIG EAST W L 12 6 9 9 9 9 6 12 W L 16 2 12 5 7 11 0 17

OVERALL W L 27 16 27 16 20 17 19 19 W L 33 19 42 13 15 26 6 25

T 0 0 0 0 T 1 0 0 0

1988 North Division Providence St. John’s# Boston College Connecticut South Division Villanova Seton Hall Georgetown Pittsburgh

BIG EAST W L 12 6 9 9 8 10 7 11 W L 16 2 12 6 4 13 3 14

OVERALL W L 22 29 29 21 15 16 24 18 W L 32 22 39 16 12 31 9 20

T 0 1 0 0 T 0 0 0 0

1987 North Division St. John’s Connecticut Boston College Providence South Division Seton Hall# Villanova Pittsburgh Georgetown

BIG EAST W L 12 6 11 7 8 10 5 13 W L 16 2 11 7 5 13 4 14

OVERALL W L 24 21 23 16 13 21 15 25 W L 45 10 35 18 13 18 14 30

T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0

1986 North Division Providence St. John’s# Connecticut Boston College South Division Seton Hall Georgetown Villanova Pittsburgh

BIG EAST W L 11 7 11 7 10 8 4 14 W L 13 5 12 6 8 10 3 15

OVERALL W L 28 23 35 15 18 21 14 23 W L 32 26 23 22 21 20 10 22

T 0 1 0 0 T 0 0 1 0

1985 North Division Connecticut St. John’s# Providence Boston College South Division Seton Hall Georgetown Villanova Pittsburgh

BIG EAST W L 11 7 10 7 8 9 6 12 W L 15 3 8 10 7 11 6 12

OVERALL W L 20 24 32 21 22 24 12 22 W L 44 19 27 25 20 23 1

T 1 0 1 0 T 1 0 1

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B I G E A S T Y ea r - by - Y ea r and Program Records BIG EAST YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS (Conference Games Only)

YR. BC CIN UConn GU LOU ND Pitt PC 1985 6-12 - - 11-7* 8-10* - - - - 6-12 8-9 1986 4-14 - - 10-8 12-6* - - -- 3-15 11-7* 1987 8-10 - - 11-7* 4-14 - - - - 5-13 5-13 1988 8-10 - - 7-11 4-13 - - -- 3-14 12-6* 1989 9-9 - - 9-9* 7-11 - - - - 0-17 12-6* 1990 8-13 - - 12-9* 4-16 - - -- 4-17 11-10 1991 12-9* - - 8-12 4-17 - - -- 4-15 12-8* 1992 5-13 - - 13-7* 6-15 - - -- 5-13 12-8* 1993 11-10 - - 12-9* 5-16 - - -- 10-11 8-12 1994 5-14-1 - - 12-9* 6-12-1 - - -- 16-5* 13-8* 1995 8-13 - - 4-17 4-17 - - -- 12-9* 16-5* 1996 6-18 - - 13-12 6-18 - - 13-7* 9-13 15-10* 1997 8-17 - - 11-13 8-15 - - 15-6* 8-17 10-15 1998 4-15-1 - - 12-11 5-19 - - 15-4* 5-16 14-8-1* 1999 10-15-1 - - 10-16 2-24 - - 20-5* 11-15 18-8* 2000 12-11* - - 14-9* 1-24 - - 18-7* 11-13* - - 2001 11-13 - - 13-13 7-19 - - 22-4* 6-18 - - 2002 15-11* - - 13-12 2-24 - - 18-8* 14-11 -- 2003 13-11 - - 10-15 4-22 - - 16-7* 13-13 - - 2004 15-9* - - 9-17 8-17 - - 20-6* 17-9* - - 2005 19-4 - - 11-12 7-18 - - 14-9-1* 15-10 - - 2006 - - 13-14* 18-6-1* 10-17 17-10* 21-5-1* 10-17 - - 2007 - - 10-16 10-14* 8-19 19-8* 11-15* 15-11* - - 2008 - - 19-8* 11-16 7-20 16-11* 16-10* 7-19 - - 2009 - - 13-14* 14-13* 8-18 19-7* 15-12* 13-13* - - 2010 - - 13-14* 20-6* 5-22 21-6* 10-17 18-8* - - 2011 - - 14-13* 22-5* 5-22 14-13* 13-13* 16-11* - - 2012 - - 7-20 16-11* 10-17 18-9* 14-13* 10-17* - -

RU STJ SHU USF VU VT WVU - - 10-7* 15-3* - - 7-11 - - -- - - 11-7* 13-5* - - 8-10 - - - - - - 12-6* 16-2* - - 11-7* - - -- -- 9-9* 12-6* - - 16-2* - - -- -- 6-12 16-2* - - 12-5 - - -- -- 15-6* 16-4* - - 13-8* - - -- - - 18-2* 10-9 - - 12-8* - - -- - - 14-5* 14-7* - - 9-10 - - -- -- 11-10* 12-8* - - 14-7 - - -- -- 10-8 12-8* - - 4-14 - - -- -- 12-9 14-7* - - 14-7* - - -- 15-7-1* 14-10* 5-17-1 - - 16-5* - - 15-10* 13-11* 16-7* 13-11* - - 12-12* - - 17-7* 17-3* 14-7* 12-10* - - 6-15 - - 13-9* 19-7* 13-11-1* 14-11* - - 11-15 - - 12-13* 18-5* 8-15 18-7* - - 8-15 - - 10-12 18-8* 13-13 14-11-1* - - 10-16 14-11-1* 12-14 15-11* 14-12 11-15 - - 12-13 18-8* 9-16 19-6* 12-14 11-14 - - 6-19 15-10* 18-6* 13-11 17-9* 9-17 - - 11-14 11-15 10-16 12-12 19-4* 8-17 - - 8-16-1 - - 10-15 13-14* 16-10* 7-20 12-15* 8-18 - - 14-13* 20-7* 20-7* 9-15* 13-14* 12-15* - - 10-16 11-16 20-7* 15-12* 14-13* 12-15* - - 13-14* 8-19 16-11* 13-14 18-9* 6-20 - - 17-10* 15-12* 16-11* 8-19 16-11* 9-18 - - 10-17* 11-16 18-8* 14-13* 13-14 7-20 - - 14-13* 16-11* 18-9* 17-10* 17-10* 10-17 - - 9-18*

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BIG EAST ALL-TIME PROGRAM RECORDS School St. John’s Notre Dame Seton Hall Villanova Connecticut USF Rutgers Louisville Pittsburgh Georgetown Cincinnati

Yrs. 93 120 127 147 116 47 67 91 74 137 54

W L T Pct. 1915 996 14 .658 2325 1419 21 .620 1947 1243 24 .610 1819 1310 29 .581 1578 1254 30 .557 1373 1098 4 .555 1697 1410 24 .546 1614 1392 10 .537 1095 992 7 .524 1506 1667 3 .474 1162 1294 11 .473

WEEKLY AWARDS Single-Season Leaders Player 3 - Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame, 2003 Pitcher 4 - Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame, 2000 3 - Chris Lambert, Boston College, 2003 3 - Tim Norton, Connecticut, 2006 3 - Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s, 2005 3 - Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall, 2011 Rookie 5 - Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers, 2000 5 - Mike Scott, Providence, 1999

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BIG EAST ALL-TIME COMPOSITE STANDINGS (Conference Games Only - Since Joining BIG EAST)

School Louisville Notre Dame St. John’s Rutgers USF Seton Hall Connecticut Cincinnati Villanova Pittsburgh Georgetown

Yrs. W L T Pct. 7 124 64 0 .659 17 271 148 2 .646 28 392 246 1 .614 17 253 176 1 .589 7 103 86 0 .544 28 348 295 2 .541 28 336 306 1 .523 7 89 99 0 .473 28 283 352 1 .445 28 266 372 0 .416 28 167 482 1 .257

Career Leaders Player 5 - Jason Delaney, Boston College (1/2002, 1/2003, 1/2004, 2/2005) 3 - Craig Cooper, Notre Dame (1/2005, 2/2006) 3 - Matt Macri, Notre Dame (1/2003, 2/2004) 3 - Marc Tugwell, Virginia Tech (1/2001, 1/2002, 1/2003) 3 - Steve Sollmann, Notre Dame (3/2003) 3 - Ben Copeland, Pittsburgh (1/2004, 2/2005) 3 - Andrew Clark, Louisville (1/2009, 2/2010) 3 - George Springer, Connecticut (1/2009, 2/2011)

3 - Rand Ravnaas, Georgetown (2/2011, 1/2012)

Pitcher 10 - Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame (2/2001,4/2000, 3/1999, 1/1998) 5 - Chris Lambert, Boston College (3/2003, 2/2004) 5 - Tom Thornton, Notre Dame (2/2004, 1/2005, 2/2006) 5 - Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall (1/2009, 1/2010, 3/2011) 4 - Tim Norton, Connecticut (1/2005, 3/2006) 4 - Keith Stamler, St. John’s (3/1999, 1/1998) 4 - Chris Enochs, West Virginia (3/1997, 1/1996) 4 - Randy Fontanez, USF (1/2008. 1/2009. 2/2010)

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big east championship records ALL-TIME BIG EAST CHAMPIONS Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Champion St. John’s Seton Hall St. John’s Louisville Louisville Rutgers Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Seton Hall Rutgers Providence Rutgers St. John’s West Virginia Pittsburgh Connecticut St. John’s Providence Villanova Connecticut Villanova St. John’s Seton Hall St. John’s St. John’s

Coach Ed Blankmeyer Rob Sheppard Ed Blankmeyer Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Fred Hill Paul Mainieri Paul Mainieri Paul Mainieri Paul Mainieri Paul Mainieri Mike Sheppard Fred Hill Charlie Hickey Fred Hill Ed Blankmeyer Greg Van Sant Mark Jackon Andy Baylock Joe Russo Paul Kostacopoulos George Bennett Andy Baylock George Bennett Joe Russo Mike Sheppard Joe Russo Joe Russo

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

Runner-up USF St. John’s Connecticut Connecticut Cincinnati Connecticut Louisville Pittsburgh Boston College Rutgers Rutgers Virginia Tech Seton Hall St. John’s Notre Dame Villanova Notre Dame Providence Seton Hall Connecticut Connecticut St. John’s Seton Hall Providence Villanova Villanova Providence Seton Hall

Site Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Brooklyn, N.Y. Clearwater, Fla. Bridgewater, N.J. Bridgewater, N.J. Bridgewater, N.J. Bridgewater, N.J. Bridgewater, N.J. Bridgewater, N.J. Trenton, N.J. Norwich, Conn. Norwich, Conn. Norwich, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn.

Jack Kaiser Award

(Most Outstanding Player) 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

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Matt Carasiti, Jr., RHP, St. John’s Joe DiRocco, Sr., RHP, Seton Hall Kyle Hansen, Fr., RHP, St. John’s Andrew Clark, Jr., 1B, Louisville Chris Dominguez, So., 3B, Louisville Todd Frazier, Jr., SS, Rutgers Wade Corpi, So., LHP, Notre Dame Matt Edwards, Sr., 1B, Notre Dame Matt Macri, Jr., 3B, Notre Dame Javi Sanchez, Jr., C, Notre Dame Steve Stanley, Sr., CF, Notre Dame Isaac Pavlik, Jr., LHP, Seton Hall Bobby Brownlie, Fr., RHP, Rutgers Marc DesRoches, Sr., RHP, Providence Dave Marciniak, Jr., SS, Rutgers Mike Dzurilla, Fr., 3B, St. John’s Chris Enochs, So., RHP, West Virginia Jon DeBernardis, Sr., 3B, Pittsburgh Chris Bisson, So., 1B, Connecticut Mike Maerten, Jr., RHP, St. John’s Jim Foster, Jr., C, Providence Mike Neill, Jr., CF, Villanova Craig MacDonald, So., 2B, Connecticut Rafael Novoa, Jr., LHP, Villanova Mike Weinberg, Jr., OF, St. John’s Maurice Vaughn, Fr., DH, Seton Hall Tom Finke, Sr., LF, St. John’s Joe Armeni, Jr., SS, Seton Hall

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TEAM RECORDS IN CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY School Louisville St. John’s Notre Dame Rutgers Connecticut Villanova USF Seton Hall Pittsburgh Cincinnati Georgetown

Years Won Lost Pct. 1st 2nd 7 19 10 .655 2 1 21 44 31 .586 7 3 16 34 25 .576 5 2 12 25 21 .543 3 2 14 28 24 .538 2 5 11 18 18 .500 2 3 6 11 12 .478 0 1 18 26 30 .464 3 4 10 7 19 .269 1 1 5 3 9 .250 0 1 2 0 4 .000 0 0

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BIG EAST Championship G a m e - b y - G a m e R es u l ts 2012 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Seton Hall 6, Rutgers 1 2 - St. John’s 12, Notre Dame 2 (7) 3 - Louisville 8, Pittsburgh 4 4 - Connecticut 7, USF 2 5 - Notre Dame 9, Rutgers 0 6 - St. John’s 6, Seton Hall 3 7 - USF 12, Pittsburgh 5 8 - Connecticut 4, Louisville 1 9 - Notre Dame 4, Seton Hall 3 10 - USF 6, Louisville 2 11 - St. John’s 2, Notre Dame 1 12 - USF 1, Connecticut 0 14 - USF 2, Connecticut 1 15 - St. John’s 7, USF 3

All-Tournament Team P Matt Carasiti, St. John’s P Derrick Stultz, USF C Danny Bethea, St. John’s IF LJ Mazilli, Connecticut IF Trey Mancini, Notre Dame IF Frank Schwindel, St. John’s IF Matt Wessinger, St. John’s OF Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s OF Jimmy Falla, USF OF James Ramsay, USF DH Zach Lauricella, St. John’s Jack Kaiser Award Matt Carasiti, P, St. John’s 2011 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Pittsburgh 7, Louisville 2 2 - St. John’s 8, Cincinnati 3 3 - Seton Hall 10, West Virginia 4 4 - Connecticut 4, Notre Dame 2 5 - Louisville 5, Cincinnati 3 6 - St. John’s 6, Pittsburgh 4 7 - Notre Dame 1, West Virginia 0 8 - Seton Hall 4, Connecticut 3 (12) 9 - Louisville 12, Pittsburgh 2 (8) 10 - Connecticut 9, Notre Dame 3 11 - Louisville 7, St. John’s 5 12 - Seton Hall 12, Connecticut 2 (8) 13 - St. John’s 5, Louisville 1 14 - Seton Hall 4, St. John’s 2

All-Tournament Team P Cole Johnson, Notre Dame P Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall C Kevan Smith, Pittsburgh IF Mike Nemeth, Connecticut IF Ryan Wright, Louisville IF Joe Panik, St. John’s IF Mike Genovese, Seton Hall OF Kevin Grove, St. John’s OF Zach Granite, Seton Hall OF Will Walsh, Seton Hall DH Jeff Gardner, Louisville Jack Kaiser Award P Joe DiRocco, Seton Hall 2010 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

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1 - Rutgers 9, Pittsburgh 5 2 - Connecticut 9, Cincinnati 6 3 - Louisville 11, West Virginia 4 4 - St. John’s 3, USF 2 5 - Pittsburgh 13, Cincinnati 4 6 - Rutgers 6, Connecticut 5 7 - USF 10, West Virginia 5 8 - St. John’s 6, Louisville 5 9 - Connecticut 7, Pittsburgh 2 10 - Louisville 9, USF 7 11 - Connecticut 11, Rutgers 10 12 - St. John’s 5, Louisville 3

Game 13 - Connecticut 7, Rutgers 4 Game 14 - St. John’s 3, Connecticut 0 All-Tournament Team P Kyle Hansen, St. John’s P Dan Feehan, Connecticut C Cory Brownsten, Pittsburgh IF Mike Nemeth, Connecticut IF Joe Panik, St. John’s IF Steve Nyisztor, Rutgers IF Ryan Wright, Louisville OF George Springer, Connecticut OF Stewart Ijames, Louisville OF Billy Ferriter, Connecticut DH Kevan Smith, Pittsburgh Jack Kaiser Award RHP Kyle Hansen 2009 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game (7) Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

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Notre Dame 14, St. John’s 5 Louisville 12, Cincinnati 2 (7) Connecticut 6, West Virginia 1 USF 12, Pittsburgh 2 (8) St. John’s 12, Cincinnati 2 Louisville 12, Notre Dame 2 West Virginia 20, Pittsburgh 8

8 - Connecticut 4, USF 2 9 - Notre Dame 11, St. John’s 10 10 - USF 11, West Virginia 6 11 - Notre Dame 6, Louisville 5 12 - Connecticut 10, USF 8 13 - Louisville 7, Notre Dame 6 14 - Louisville 11, Connecticut 3

All-Tournament Team P Will Hudgins, Notre Dame P Tony Zych, Louisville C Jeff Arnold, Louisville IF Pierre LePage, Connecticut IF Andrew Clark, Louisville IF Mike Nemeth, Connecticut IF Sam Mende, USF OF Austin Markel, West Virginia OF Peter Fatse, Connecticut OF Ryan Wright, Louisville DH Phil Wunderlich, Louisville Jack Kaiser Award 1B Andrew Clark, Louisville 2008 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Louisville 12, Seton Hall 3 2 - Villanova 12, St. John’s 0 (7) 3 - Cincinnati 11, West Virginia 5 4 - USF 9, Notre Dame 3 5 - Seton Hall 12, St. John’s 6 6 - West Virginia 13, Notre Dame 6 7 - Louisville 14, Villanova 3 (7) 8 - Cincinnati 11, USF 1 (7) 9 - Villanova 10, Seton Hall 0 10 - USF 12, West Virginia 5 11 - Louisville 13, Villanova 6 12 - Cincinnati 13, USF 2 (8) 13 - Louisville 6, Cincinnati 3

All-Tournament Team P Justin Marks, Louisville P Bill Hoffman, Villanova C Ryan Baker, Cincinnati IF Josh Harrison, Cincinnati IF Mike Spina, Cincinnati IF Justin McClanahan, Louisville IF Chris Dominguez, Louisville OF Austin Markel, West Virginia

OF Jamel Scott, Cincinnati OF Josh Richmond, Louisville DH Stephen Hunt, USF Jack Kaiser Award 3B Chris Dominguez, Louisville 2007 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Louisville 3, Villanova 1 2 - Rutgers 13, Notre Dame 2 3 - USF 2, Pittsburgh 1 4 - St. John’s 2, Connecticut 1 5 - Villanova 3, Notre Dame 2 6 - Connecticut 5, Pittsburgh 2 7 - Louisville 8, Rutgers 1 8 - USF 2, St. John’s 0 9 - Rutgers 11, Villanova 0 10 - Connecticut 8, St. John’s 7 11 - Rutgers 12, Louisville 10 12 - Connecticut 3, USF 0 13 - Rutgers 3, Louisville 1 14 - Connecticut 2, USF 0 15 - Rutgers 7, Connecticut 6

Jack Kaiser Award SS Todd Frazier, Rutgers 2006 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Louisville 9, Rutgers 8 2 - Connecticut 6, Cincinnati 2 3 - West Virginia 5, St. John’s 3 4 - Notre Dame 3, USF 1 5 - Rutgers 13, Cincinnati 7 6 - St. John’s 6, USF 4 7 - Louisville 12, Connecticut 10 8 - Notre Dame 12, West Virginia 4 9 - Rutgers 9, Connecticut 5 10 - St. John’s 12, West Virginia 7 11 - Louisville 13, Rutgers 3 12 - St. John’s 10, Notre Dame 1 13 - Notre Dame 5, St. John’s 3 14 - Notre Dame 7, Louisville 0

Jack Kaiser Award P Wade Corpi, Notre Dame 2005 Game Game Game Game Game (12) Game

1 2 3 4 5

- Pittsburgh 4, St. John’s 1 - Notre Dame 6, Boston College 5 - Boston College 7, St. John’s 5 - Notre Dame 4, Pittsburgh 2 - Pittsburgh 3, Boston College 2

6 - Notre Dame 11, Pittsburgh 4

Jack Kaiser Award 1B Matt Edwards, Notre Dame 2004 Game Game Game Game Game Game 5

1 2 3 4 5 6

- Notre Dame 3, Boston College 2 - St. John’s 4, Pittsburgh 2 - Boston College 8, Pittsburgh 4 - Notre Dame 9, St. John’s 2 - Boston College 6, St. John’s 4 - Notre Dame 11, Boston College

Jack Kaiser Award 3B Matt Macri, Notre Dame

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- Rutgers 6, Virginia Tech 0 - Notre Dame 9, West Virginia 1 - West Virginia 10, Virginia Tech 0 - Notre Dame 9, Rutgers 3 - Rutgers 8, West Virginia 7 - Rutgers 15, Notre Dame 11 - Notre Dame 11, Rutgers 3

Jack Kaiser Award C Javi Sanchez, Notre Dame 2002 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

- Notre Dame 8, Rutgers 3 - Virginia Tech 2, Boston College 1 - Rutgers 4, Boston College 3 - Notre Dame 8, Virginia Tech 4 - Rutgers 6, Virginia Tech 2 - Rutgers 4, Notre Dame 3 - Notre Dame 3, Rutgers 2 (10)

Jack Kaiser Award CF Steve Stanley, Notre Dame 2001 Game Game Game Game Game Game 2

1 2 3 4 5 6

- Virginia Tech 4, Notre Dame 3 - Seton Hall 4, Rutgers 2 - Notre Dame 6, Rutgers 2 - Seton Hall 5, Virginia Tech 0 - Virginia Tech 5, Notre Dame 2 - Seton Hall 5, Virginia Tech

Jack Kaiser Award P Isaac Pavlik, Seton Hall 2000 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Rutgers 11, Pittsburgh 3 2 - Boston College 4, Notre Dame 3 3 - Seton Hall 8, Connecticut 2 4 - Notre Dame 15, Pittsburgh 7 5 - Rutgers 8, Connecticut 7 6 - Seton Hall 12, Boston College 4 7 - Rutgers 6, Seton Hall 2 8 - Boston College 6, Notre Dame 5 9 - Seton Hall 6, Boston College 5 10 - Seton Hall 4, Rutgers 3 11 - Rutgers 1, Seton Hall 0

Game Game Game Game Game Game

6 - Notre Dame 3, St. John’s 2 7 - Rutgers 14, St. John’s 10 8 - Providence 10, West Virginia 1 9 - Rutgers 7, Notre Dame 6 10 - Notre Dame 9, Providence 7 11 - Rutgers 12, Notre Dame 0

Jack Kaiser Award SS Dave Marciniak, Rutgers 1997 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - Villanova 10, Notre Dame 5 2 - West Virginia 6, Seton Hall 4 3 - St. John’s 3, Rutgers 0 4 - Notre Dame 4, Seton Hall 3 5 - Villanova 12, Rutgers 5 6 - St. John’s 11, West Virginia 4 7 - St. John’s 6, Villanova 5 8 - Notre Dame 8, West Virginia 1 9 - Villanova 5, Notre Dame 4 (11) 10 - St. John’s 9, Villanova 7

- Rutgers 9, Seton Hall 7 (17) - Notre Dame 5, West Virginia 4 - St. John’s 7, Providence 2 - West Virginia 7, Seton Hall 2 - Providence 3, Rutgers 2

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Jack Kaiser Award C Jim Foster, Providence 1991 Game Game Game (10) Game Game Game Game

1 - St. John’s 7, Boston College 0 2 - Providence 5, Villanova 1 3 - Villanova 10, Boston College 9 4 5 6 7

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St. John’s 8, Providence 4 Villanova 6, Providence 3 Villanova 6, St. John’s 2 Villanova 12, St. John’s 3

1990 Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 - West Virginia 10, Notre Dame 8 2 - St. John’s 4, Villanova 1 3 - Providence 4, Rutgers 1 4 - Notre Dame 7, Villanova 3 5 - West Virginia 5, Rutgers 0 6 - St. John’s 3, Providence 2 7 - West Virginia 6, St. John’s 5 8 - Notre Dame 4, Providence 2 9 - Notre Dame 4, St. John’s 0 10 - Notre Dame 5, West Virginia 2 11 - West Virginia 7, Notre Dame 4

Jack Kaiser Award P Chris Enochs, West Virginia 1995 Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5 6

- Pittsburgh 6, Providence 2 - Seton Hall 3, Villanova 2 - Providence 5, Villanova 0 - Pittsburgh 11, Seton Hall 10 - Providence 6, Seton Hall 0 - Providence 4, Pittsburgh 0

1994 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5

Providence 6, St. John’s 4 Connecticut 14, Seton Hall 2 Seton Hall 4, St. John’s 3 Providence 13, Connecticut 2 Connecticut 4, Seton Hall 3 Connecticut 11, Providence 8 Providence 5, Connecticut 3

1996 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1999 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1998 Game Game Game Game Game

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Jack Kaiser Award CF Mike Neill, Villanova

Jack Kaiser Award 3B Jon DeBernardis, Pittsburgh

Jack Kaiser Award P Marc DesRoches, Providence

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Jack Kaiser Award 3B Mike Dzurilla, St. John’s

Jack Kaiser Award P Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers 1 - Notre Dame 7, West Virginia 2 2 - Rutgers 13, St. John’s 9 3 - Providence 10, Seton Hall 9 4 - St. John’s 9, West Virginia 6 5 - Seton Hall 11, Notre Dame 3 6 - Rutgers 11, Providence 4 7 - Providence 8, Notre Dame 4 8 - St. John’s 7, Seton Hall 2 9 - Providence 9, Rutgers 2 10 - St. John’s 6, Rutgers 4 11 - Providence 6, St. John’s 1

1992 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 2 3 4 5 6

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Connecticut 11, Seton Hall 3 Villanova 3, St. John’s 0 Seton Hall 12, St. John’s 3 Connecticut 1, Villanova 0 Seton Hall 7, Villanova 0 Connecticut 4, Seton Hall 3

All-Tournament Team 1B Phil Aiello, Seton Hall 2B Craig MacDonald, Connecticut 3B Ken Coffee, Connecticut SS Mike Groppuso, Seton Hall C Marek Drabinski, Connecticut OF Ed Rossy, Connecticut OF Tim Cain, Connecticut OF Mike Randazzo, Seton Hall DH Sal Tinnerello, Connecticut P Pete Walker, Connecticut Jack Kaiser Award 2B Craig MacDonald, Connecticut

- Seton Hall 13, Providence 5 - Connecticut 4, Pittsburgh 3 - Providence 16, Pittsburgh 3 - Connecticut 3, Seton Hall 0 - Seton Hall 6, Providence 4 - Seton Hall 6, Connecticut 1 - Connecticut 4, Seton Hall 2

Jack Kaiser Award 1B Chris Bisson, Connecticut 1993 Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5

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St. John’s 5, Villanova 1 Seton Hall 6, Connecticut 5 Connecticut 10, Villanova 5 St. John’s 5, Seton Hall 4 Connecticut 10, Seton Hall 9

Jack Kaiser Award P Mike Maerten, St. John’s

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Villanova 11, Providence 0 Seton Hall 8, Connecticut 2 Providence 5, Connecticut 3 (11) Villanova 8, Seton Hall 7 Providence 11, Seton Hall 4 Villanova 10, Providence 7

All-Tournament Team 1B Maurice Vaughn, Seton Hall 2B Bill Butler, Providence 3B Gary Scott, Villanova SS Bob McCreary, Villanova C Dan Farren, Villanova OF Mike Randazzo, Seton Hall OF Chris Maloof, Providence OF Mike Wismer, Villanova DH Gene Schall, Villanova P Rafael Novoa, Villanova Jack Kaiser Award P Rafael Novoa, Villanova 1988 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

- - - - - - -

Villanova 7, St. John’s 1 Seton Hall 10, Providence 2 St. John’s 14, Providence 6 Villanova 8, Seton Hall 2 St. John’s 6, Seton Hall 2 St. John’s 8, Villanova 6 St. John’s 5, Villanova 0

All-Tournament Team 1B Rick Petrone, Villanova 2B Wally Heckel, St. John’s 3B Gary Scott, Villanova SS Kerry Cahill, St. John’s C Brian McNamee, St. John’s OF Robert Lambraia, St. John’s OF Dana Brown, Seton Hall OF Mike Weinberg, St. John’s DH Tom Dobson, St. John’s P Tom Singer, St. John’s Jack Kaiser Award OF Mike Weinberg, St. John’s 1987 Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5 6

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Villanova 9, St. John’s 3 Seton Hall 6, Connecticut 2 St. John’s 13, Connecticut 4 Seton Hall 18, Villanova 1 Villanova 12, St. John’s 2 Seton Hall 10, Villanova 9

1986 Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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St. John’s 11, Seton Hall 6 Providence 2, Georgetown 1 Seton Hall 8, Georgetown 4 Providence 5, St. John’s 3 St. John’s 11, Seton Hall 10 St. John’s 15, Providence 5 St. John’s 13, Providence 4

All-Tournament Team 1B Jerry Kelly, St. John’s 2B Tony Bonura, St. John’s 3B Frank Caccavalle, St. John’s SS John Valentin, Seton Hall C Scott deMarrais, St. John’s OF Tom Finke, St. John’s OF Vic DiPasquale, Seton Hall OF Jerry Carroll, Providence DH Pat Murray, St. John’s P Wayne Rosenthal, St. John’s P Jim Bisceglia, St. John’s Jack Kaiser Award LF Tom Finke, St. John’s 1985 Game 1 - St. John’s 5, Seton Hall 3 Game 2 - Connecticut 11, Georgetown 9 (10) Game 3 - Seton Hall 6, Georgetown 1 Game 4 - St. John’s 6, Connecticut 5 Game 5 - Seton Hall 8, Connecticut 2 Game 6 - Seton Hall 5, St. John’s 4 Game 7 - St. John’s 7, Seton Hall 6 (11) All-Tournament Team 1B Jerry LaPenta, Connecticut 2B Tony Bonura, St. John’s 3B Jeff Rigos, Seton Hall SS Joe Armeni, Seton Hall C Lou Bianco, St. John’s OF Bob Bellini, St. John’s OF Bob Schepis, Seton Hall OF Steve Carvello, Seton Hall DH Pete Petrone, Seton Hall P John Tanner, St. John’s Jack Kaiser Award SS Joe Armeni, Seton Hall

All-Tournament Team 1B Marteese Robinson, Seton Hall 2B John Sheppard, Seton Hall 3B Andy Walker, Connecticut SS Rob McCreary, Villanova C Craig Biggio, Seton Hall OF Mike Schick, Villanova OF Pete Petrone, Seton Hall OF Robert Lambraia, St. John’s DH Maurice Vaughn, Seton Hall P Rafael Novoa, Villanova Jack Kaiser Award DH Maurice Vaughn, Seton Hall

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New Mexico State Arizona Missouri Arizona

W, 3-2 L, 4-16 W, 11-3 L, 3-16

East Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Arizona Arizona

W, 11-3 W, 5-4 W, 9-5 L, 6-7 L, 4-7

East Carolina Virginia East Carolina

W, 2-0 L, 10-2 L, 6-4

Arizona Texas A&M Arizona

W, 4-2 L, 6-3 L, 6-0

Coastal Carolina Sacred Heart Coastal Carolina Clemson Clemson South Carolina South Carolina

L, 13-1 W, 13-3 W, 12-6 W, 7-6 W, 14-1 L, 5-1 L, 8-2

Saint Louis Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt

W, 11-2 W, 7-1 L, 7-0 L, 3-2

Oregon Central Connecticut Oregon

L, 5-3 W, 25-5 L, 4-3

Mississippi Virginia Commonwealth Mississippi Virginia Virginia Indiana Middle Tennessee Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton

Georgia Tech Georgia Texas Rice Texas

L, 10-5 W, 8-6 W, 20-16 W, 6-5 L, 5-3 W, 4-2 W, 3-2 L, 8-4 W, 5-3 L, 0-12 L, 2-11

L, 5-8 L, 8-9 W, 2-1 L, 2-11 L, 3-4

2007 LOUISVILLE Regionals Columbia, Mo. Super Regionals Louisville, Ky. College World Series Omaha, Neb. RUTGERS Regionals Charlottesville, Va. ST. JOHN’S Regionals Myrtle Beach, S.C. 2006 NOTRE DAME Regionals Lexington, Ky. 2005 NOTRE DAME Regionals Gainesville, Fla. ST. JOHN’S Regionals Corvallis, Ore. 2004 NOTRE DAME Regionals South Bend, Ind. ST. JOHN’S Regionals Palo Alto, Calif. 2003 NOTRE DAME Regionals Fullerton, Calif. RUTGERS Regionals Tallahassee, Fla. 2002 NOTRE DAME Regionals South Bend, Ind. Super Regionals Tallahassee, Fla. College World Series Omaha, Neb.

Miami (Fla.) Missouri Miami (Fla.) Missouri Missouri Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Rice Mississippi State North Carolina

W, 13-7 L, 5-7 W, 8-7 W, 4-3 W, 16-6 W, 9-0 L, 2-3 W, 20-2 L, 10-15 W, 12-4 L, 1-3

Oregon State Lafayette Oregon State

L, 1-5 W, 11-10 L, 2-5

Clemson Virginia Commonwealth Coastal Carolina

L, 2-3 W, 5-4 L, 4-5

College of Charleston Kentucky

L, 5-4 L, 10-4

North Carolina Stetson North Carolina Florida

L, 5-1 W, 7-4 W, 3-0 L, 23-3

Virginia Oregon State Ohio State Oregon State

W, 5-3 L, 11-1 W, 7-1 L, 19-3

Kent State UC Irvine Kent State Arizona

L, W, W, L,

Long Beach State UNLV Stanford

L, 3-4 W, 9-6 L, 2-7

Arizona Cal State Fullerton San Diego Cal State Fullerton

W, 13-5 L, 3-4 W, 6-3 L, 1-8

South Alabama Jacksonville Florida State

L, 1-14 W, 8-5 L, 7-17

Ohio State South Alabama Ohio State Florida State Florida State Florida State Stanford Rice Stanford

W, 8-6 W, 25-1 W, 9-6 W, 10-4 L, 12-5 W, 3-1 L, 4-3 W, 5-3 L, 5-3

1-2 6-5 7-1 6-7

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UW-Milwaukee Florida International UC Santa Barbara Florida International Florida International

W, 12-4 L, 7-6 (10) W, 11-10 (10) W, 5-2 L, 5-4

BYU Nebraska Northern Iowa Nebraska

W, 4-3 L, 5-4 W, 6-4 L, 14-10

South Alabama Clemson South Alabama Clemson

W, 7-2 L, 24-4 W, 8-7 L, 8-2

Tulane Mississippi State Tulane Mississippi State Mississippi State

W, 8-4 L, 8-1 W, 10-6 W, 7-0 L, 10-9

Army North Carolina Penn State

W, 4-3 L, 9-4 L, 6-5

Wake Forest Liberty

L, 8-3 L, 10-2

Creighton Cal State Fullerton Michigan

W, 8-1 L, 6-3 L, 11-5

Jacksonville Citadel Jacksonville Florida State Texas Tech Rice

L, 7-5 W, 12-1 W, 9-8 (10) L, 14-3 L, 5-2 L, 6-1

Auburn Oklahoma Auburn

W, 17-15 L, 9-7 L, 7-4

Florida Richmond

L, 4-3 L, 10-4

Tennessee Georgia Southern Clemson Tennessee

W, 8-4 W, 9-4 L, 3-6 L, 4-10

Virginia Stetson Virginia

W, 12-1 L, 6-7 L, 1-7

1995 PITTSBURGH Mideast Region Knoxville, Tenn. PROVIDENCE Midwest Region I Wichita, Kansas 1994 CONNECTICUT Midwest Region II Wichita, Kansas 1993 ST. JOHN’S West Regional Tempe, Ariz. CONNECTICUT Midwest Regional Stillwater, Okla. 1992 PROVIDENCE South 1 Regional Baton Rouge, La. 1991 VILLANOVA Northeast Regional Orono, Maine ST. JOHN’S Atlantic Regional Tallahassee, Fla. 1990 CONNECTICUT Northeast Regional Waterbury, Conn. 1989 VILLANOVA East Regional Gainesville, Fla. 1988 ST. JOHN’S Northeast Regional New Britain, Conn. 1987 SETON HALL South 1 Regional Huntsville, Ala. 1986 ST. JOHN’S Northeast Regional Orono, Maine 1985 ST. JOHN’S East Regional Columbia, S.C.

Oklahoma State The Citadel California Oklahoma State

in the NCAA Championship

L, 3-6 W, 12-10 W, 9-4 L,13-15

Texas Tech Wichita State

L, 5-24 L, 2-6

Georgia Tech Long Beach State

L, 6-7 L, 9-16

Cal-State Northridge George Mason Pepperdine Cal-State Northridge Arizona State

L, 1-3 W, 16-9 W, 4-1 W, 11-10 L, 2-12

Oklahoma State Fordham

L, 5-9 L, 0-5

Louisiana State South Alabama Ohio State

L, 1-8 W, 4-0 L, 6-7 (10)

Maine Clemson

L, 3-10 L, 3-8

Georgia Tech Alabama Georgia Tech

W, 5-4 L, 2-5 L, 4-5

Georgia Rutgers

L, 2-7 L, 5-15

Miami East Carolina Georgia Tech Central Florida Miami

L, 1-3 W, 10-6 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 1-4 (2nd)

Stanford Kentucky Clemson

W, 5-3 L, 5-12 L, 1-11

Auburn Clemson Auburn

W, 15-6 L, 3-6 L, 1-22

Rider Maine Rider Maine

W, 8-2 L, 7-13 W, 16-3 L, 8-21

Rider South Carolina Western Carolina

W, 14-9 L, 6-13 L, 6-9

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Baseball America Matt Wessinger (St. John’s) - 3rd team Patrick Kivlehan (Rutgers) - 3rd team Matt Barnes (UConn) - 2nd team Joe Panik (STJ) - 2nd team George Springer (UConn) - 2nd team Jeremy Baltz (STJ) - 1st team Ryan Wright (UofL) - 2nd team Jedd Gyorko (WVU) - 2nd team Phil Wunderlich (UofL) - 3rd team Neil Holland (UofL) - 3rd team Chris Dominguez (UofL) - 1st team Chris Sedon (Pitt) - 2nd team AJ Pollock (ND) - 3rd team Justin Marks (UofL) - 3rd team Chris Dominguez (UofL) - 3rd team Todd Frazier (RU) - 1st team Boomer Whiting (UofL) - 3rd team Jim Negrych (Pitt) - 1st team Craig Cooper (ND) - 2nd team Kyle Weiland (ND) - freshman 1st team Jim Negrych (Pitt) - 1st team Craig Hansen (STJ) - 1st team Todd Frazier (RU) - freshman 1st team Steve Stanley (ND) - 1st team Jeff Frazier (RU) - freshman 1st team Chris Lambert (BC) - freshman 1st team Grant Johnson (ND) - freshman 2nd team Aaron Heilman (ND) - 1st team Steve Stanley (ND) - 3rd team Darren Fenster (RU) - 2nd team Bob Brownlie (RU) - freshman 1st team Brian Stavisky (ND) - freshman 2nd team Brian Slocum (VU) - freshman 3rd team Keith Reed (PC) - 1st team Sean McGowan (BC) - 3rd team Neal McCarthy (PC) - freshman 1st team Jaime Athas (PC) - freshman 3rd team Rob Cafiero (VU) - freshman 3rd team Brant Ust (ND) - 3rd team Aaron Heilman (ND) - freshman 1st team Matt Longo (VU) - freshman 1st team Kevin McGerry (STJ) - freshman 1st team Jake Daubert (RU) - freshman 2nd team Chris Enochs (WVU) - 2nd team Jason Grabowski (UConn) - 3rd team Jason Grabowski (UConn) - 3rd team Matt Morris (SHU) - 1st team Jason Grilli (SHU) - freshman 1st team Jason Grabowski (UConn) - freshman 2nd team Todd Incantalupo (PC) - freshman 2nd team Paul Ottavinia (SHU) - 3rd Team Alex Andreopolous (SHU) - freshman 1st team Gene Schall (VU) - 1st team Mike Lyons (PC) - freshman 2nd team Jack Stanczak (VU) — freshman 2nd team

The BIG EAST conference and the USA Baseball National Team 2010 Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s (Assistant Coach) 2009 Tony Zych, Louisville 2006 Todd Frazier, Rutgers 2002 Grant Johnson, Notre Dame 2001 Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers 2000 Mike Neill, Villanova# 1999 Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame 1998 Brant Ust, Notre Dame 1994 John Kelly, Connecticut Matt Morris, Seton Hall 1989 Andy Baylock, Connecticut (Assistant Coach) 1988 Brian Specyalski, Connecticut Charles Nagy, Connecticut* Maurice Vaughn, Seton Hall* Andy Baylock, Connecticut (Assistant Coach) 1985 Rich Scheid, Seton Hall Andy Baylock, Connecticut (Assistant Coach) # - Won Olympic Gold Medal in Sydney, Australia * - Won Olympic Gold Medal in Seoul, Korea

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2012 Rd/Pk. 2/68 3/107 4/131 5/168 6/198 6/201 6/202 8/261 8/267 9/280 9/294 12/374 14/430 14/453 15/468 18/564 18/576 20/635 22/684 26/810 29/880 30/930 32/982 36/1113 39/1183

Player, Position, School Jeremy Baltz, OF, St. John’s Matt Koch, RHP, Louisville Patrick Kivlehan, 3B, Rutgers Matt Wessinger, SS, St. John’s Matt Carasiti, RHP, St. John’s Kyle Hansen, RHP, St. John’s Joe Hudson, C, Notre Dame Zach Isler, RHP, Cincinnati Austin Adams, RHP, USF LJ Mazzilli, 2B, Connecticut Derek Self, RHP, Louisville Justin Amlung, RHP, Louisville Jake Proctor, OF, Cincinnati Derrick Stultz, RHP, USF Scott Oberg, RHP, Connecticut David Fischer, RHP, Connecticut Ryan Harvey, RHP, Seton Hall Mike Garza, SS, Georgetown Will Hudgins, RHP, Notre Dame Steve Sabatino, LHP, Notre Dame Sean Hagan, LHP, St. John’s Kyle Helisek, LHP, Villanova Christian McElroy, RHP, Cincinnati Andrew Barbosa, LHP, USF Justin Leeson, OF, Georgetown

2011 Rd/Pk. 1/11 1/19 1/29 2/85 4/129 4/145 5/175 7/217 7/231 7/237 8/263 17/519 18/553 18/565 19/591 20/615 20/625 21/633 21/641 25/757 25/773 26/801 27/822 27/826 29/900 30/927 31/948 33/1012 34/1033 35/1061 35/1073 37/1116 37/1141 39/1172 39/1195 44/1348 45/1365 48/1451 49/1484 49/1490

Player, Position, School George Springer, OF, Connecticut Matt Barnes, RHP, Connecticut Joe Panik, SS, St. John’s Nick Ahmed, SS, Connecticut Tony Zych, RHP, Louisville Kyle McMyne, RHP, Villanova Ryand Wright, 2B, Louisville Brian Dupra, RHP, Notre Dame Kevan Smith, C, Pittsburgh Raymond Black, RHP, Pittsburgh Kevin Quackenbush, RHP, USF John Andreoli, OF, Connecticut Greg Nappo, LHP, Connecticut Jim Moran, RHP, USF Kevin Vance, RHP, Connecticut Junior Carlin, LHP, USF Dan Jensen, RHP, Cincinnati Joseph DiRocco, RHP, Seton Hall Mike Nemeth, 1B, Connecticut Erick Fernandez, C, Georgetown Paul Karmas, 1B, St. John’s Grant Buckner, 3B, West Virginia Randy Fontanez, RHP, USF Derek Self, RHP, Louisville Jonathan Kosco, IF, USF David Fischer, RHP, Connecticut Samuel Mende, SS, USF David Chester, 1B, Pittsburgh John Schultz, OF, Pittsburgh Doug Elliott, C, Connecticut Travis Whitmore, IF, Pittsburgh Matt Wessinger, IF, St. John’s Michael Nastold, RHP, Louisville Rand Ravnaas, OF, Georgetown Justin Amlung, RHP, Louisville Cole Johnson, RHP, Notre Dame Matthew Scioscia, C, Notre Dame Mike Francisco, LHP, Villanova JJ Ethel, C, Louisville Corey Baker, RHP, Pittsburgh

2010 Rd/Pk. 17/519 42/1276 49/1474

Player, Position, School Brian Garman, LHP, Cincinnati Kevin Johnson, LHP, Cincinnati Elliott Glynn, LHP, Connecticut

Team San Diego Padres New York Mets Seattle Mariners Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies Chicago White Sox Cincinnati Reds Chicago White Sox Anaheim Angels Minnesota Twins Washington Nationals Chicago Cubs Minnesota Twins Arizona Diamondbacks Colorado Rockies Washington Nationals Texas Rangers Milwaukee Brewers Washington Nationals St. Louis Cardinals Minnesota Twins St. Louis Cardinals Cincinnati Reds Arizona Diamondbacks Kansas City Royals Team Houston Astros Boston Red Sox San Francisco Giants Atlanta Braves Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds Washington Nationals Chicago White Sox San Francisco Giants San Diego Padres Chicago Cubs Florida Marlins Cincinnati Reds Chicago White Sox Los Angeles Angels Cincinnati Reds Seattle Mariners Milwaukee Brewers Washington Nationals San Diego Padres Chicago White Sox New York Mets Oakland Athletics Tampa Bay Rays San Francisco Giants Colorado Rockies Boston Red Sox Florida Marlins Milwaukee Brewers San Diego Padres Kansas City Royals Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates Cincinnati Reds Minnesota Twins Los Angeles Angels Milwaukee Brewers Los Angeles Dodgers St. Louis Cardinals Team Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers San Diego Padres

CA/49 24/718 46/1376 CB/114 11/326 11/348 12/371 12/376 13/406 26/798 28/895 36/1099 11/343 24/734 50/1518 3/101 15/464 17/522 24/739 32/967 41/1253 13/385 23/710 34/1023 15/457 15/467 23/697 27/828 5/160 20/597 37/1113 45/1371

Mike Olt, 3B, Connecticut Tim Adelman, RHP, Georgetown Erick Fernandez, C, Georgetown Thomas Royse, RHP, Louisville Neil Holland, RHP, Louisville Adam Duvall, 2B, Louisville Phil Wunderlich, IF, Louisville Josh Richmond, OF, Louisville Andrew Clark, 1B, Louisville Jeff Arnold, C, Louisville Stewart Ijames, OF, Louisville Dean Keikhefer, LHP, Louisville Brian Dupra, RHP, Notre Dame Evan Danieli, RHP, Notre Dame Golden Tate, OF, Notre Dame Joe Leonard, 3B, Pittsburgh Cory Brownsten, C, Pittsburgh Danny Lopez, SS, Pittsburgh Pat Biserta, OF, Rutgers Jaren Matthews, 1B, Rutgers Jayson Hernandez, C, Rutgers Daniel Burawa, RHP, St. John’s Bruce Kern, RHP, St. John’s Ryan Cole, RHP, St. John’s Stpehen Hunt, LHP, USF Andrew Barbosa, LHP, USF Randy Fontanez, RHP, USF Eric Sim, C, USF Matt Szczur, OF, Villanova Justin Bencsko, OF, Villanova Brian Streilein, RHP, Villanova Mike Francisco, LHP, Villanova

Texas Rangers Baltimore Orioles Washington Nationals Chicago White Sox Washington Nationals San Francisco Giants Tampa Bay Rays Texas Rangers Texas Rangers San Francisco Giants New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals Detroit Tigers Atlanta Braves San Francisco Giants Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves Seattle Mariners St. Louis Cardinals cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox New York Yankees Colorado Rockies Houston Astros Cincinnati Reds San Francisco Giants Cincinnati Reds San Francisco Giants Chicago Cubs Pittsburgh Pirates Houston Astros Philadelphia Philles

2009 Rd/Pk. 10/333 14/430 38/1148 8/242 24/736 27/819 30/908 32/954 3/92 3/86 31/950 1/17 8/255 11/347 50/1493 10/300 20/613 11/323 19/581 7/224 31/936 13/387 26/779 39/1173 5/162 28/834

Player, Position, School Team Mike Spina, 3B, Cincinnati Oakland Athletics Lance Durham, OF, Cincinnati Toronto Blue Jays Kevin Johnson, LHP, Cincinnati Florida Marlins Dusty Odenbach, RHP, Connecticut Kansas City Royals Peter Fatse, 2B, Connecticut Milwaukee Brewers John Folino, RHP, Connecticut St. Louis Cardinals Harold Brantley Jr., CF, Connecticut Florida Marlins David Erickson, RHP, Connecticut San Diego Padres Justin Marks, LHP, Louisville Oakland Athletics Chris Dominguez, 3B, Louisville San Francisco Giants Andrew Clark, 1B, Louisville Chicago Cubs A.J. Pollock, OF, Notre Dame Arizona Diamondbacks Sam Elam, LHP, Notre Dame New York Yankees Jeremy Barnes, SS, Notre Dame Philadelphia Phillies Evan Sharpley, 3B, Notre Dame Seattle Mariners Chris Sedon, 2B, Pittsburgh Detroit Tigers Nate Reed, LHP, Pittsburgh Chicago White Sox Tim Morris, 1B, St. John’s Seattle Mariners Brian Kemp, CF, St. John’s Houston Astros Sean Black, RHP, Seton Hall New York Yankees Keith Cantwell, RHP, Seton Hall Arizona Diamondbacks Shawn Sanford, RHP, USF San Francisco Giants Trey Manz, C, USF Cincinnati Reds Ryan Lockwood, OF, USF Oakland Athletics Tobias Streich, C, West Virginia Minnesota Twins Vince Belnome, 2B, West Virginia San Diego Padres

2008 Rd/Pk. 6/191 7/216 13/401 45/1355 25/764 49/1475 5/167 13/406 24/725 26/788 33/999 3/108

Player, Position, School Josh Harrision, 2B, Cincinnati Dan Osterbrock, LHP, Cincinnati Tony Campana, OF, Cincinnati Mike Spina, 3B, Cincinnati Eric Turgeon, RHP, Connecticut Jonathan Folino, RHP, Connecticut Chris Dominguez, 3B, Louisville B.J. Rosenberg, RHP, Louisville Zack Pitts, RHP, Louisville Derrick Alfonso, C, Louisville Justin McClanahan, 2B, Louisville Kyle Weiland, RHP, Notre Dame

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BIG EAST and the M a j o r L eag u e D r a f t 14/440 20/598 23/707 24/720 29/875 28/836 8/237 14/423 22/658 27/815 40/1215 10/308 12/363 13/394 17/530 47/1403 17/525 28/856 15/450 26/791

David Phelps, RHP, Notre Dame Wade Korpi, LHP, Notre Dame Sam Elam, LHP, Notre Dame Brett Graffy, RHP, Notre Dame Brett Lilley, SS, Notre Dame Tom Edwards, 3B, Rutgers Scott Barnes, LHP, St. John’s Justin Gutsie, RHP, St. John’s Jared Yecker, RHP, St. John’s George Brown, LHP, St. John’s Colin Lynch, RHP, St. John’s Greg Miller, RHP, Seton Hall Corey Young, LHP, Seton Hall Daniel Thomas, RHP, USF Addison Maruszak, SS, USF David Torcise, LHP, USF Derek Shunk, SS, Villanova Jordan Ellis, RHP, Villanova Tyler Kuhn, SS, West Virginia Josh Whitlock, RHP, West Virginia

New York Yankees Florida Marlins Colorado Rockies Chicago White Sox St. Louis Cardinals Baltimore Orioles San Francisco Giants Texas Rangers Florida Marlins St. Louis Cardinals San Diego Padres Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers Oakland Athletics New York Yankees Cincinnati Reds San Diego Padres Philadelphia Phillies Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs

2007 Rd/Pk. 1s/34 1s/56 6/191 8/273 9/287 11/363 11/364 12/392 15/462 15/477 15/484 18/557 18/569 20/629 21/644 21/663 24/725 24/739 28/850 30/910 31/960 33/1005 35/1081 36/1087 38/1138 38/1161 41/1220 41/1233 44/1313 46/1368 48/1402 50/1441 50/1453

Player, Position, School Todd Frazier, SS, Rutgers Trystan Magnuson, RHP, Louisville Dan Merklinger, LHP, Seton Hall Dan McDonald, RHP, Seton Hall Adam White, CF, West Virginia Matthew Bouchard, SS, Georgetown Isaiah Howes, OF, Louisville Mike Tarsi, LHP, Connecticut Kenny Durst, LHP, West Virginia Ryan Hill, LF, Rutgers Dave Williams, RF, Rutgers Kyle Landis, RHP, Pittsburgh Levi Maxwell, RHP, West Virginia Logan Johnson, 2B, Louisville Danny Otero, RHP, USF Anthony Smith, RF, St. John’s John Baird, RHP, Cincinnati Frank Meade, C, Rutgers Boomer Whiting, CF, Louisville Zack Pitts, RHP, Louisville Paul Nardozzi, RHP, Pittsburgh Tyler Kuhn, SS, West Virginia Mike Bionde, 2B, Rutgers Joe Williamson, RHP, Notre Dame Yuri Higgins, RHP, USF Chris Cates, SS, Louisville Jordan Herr, CF, Pittsburgh Tom Edwards,1B, Rutgers Daniel Thomas, RHP, USF Dan Kapala, RHP, Notre Dame Walter Diaz, SS, USF Mike Loree, RHP, Villanova Larry Day, C, Connecticut

Team Cincinnati Reds Toronto Blue Jays Milwaukee Brewers New York Mets Cleveland Indians New York Mets New York Yankees Minnesota Twins Colorado Rockies San Diego Padres New York Yankees Cleveland Indians Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox San Francisco Giants Arizona Diamondbacks Tampa Bay Devil Rays Cincinnati Reds Washington Nationals Washington Nationals Detroit Tigers Cleveland Indians Kansas City Royals Colorado Rockies Chicago Cubs Minnesota Twins Chicago Cubs Texas Rangers St. Louis Cardinals New York Yankees Cleveland Indians San Francisco Giants New York Yankees

2006 Rd/Pk. 2/62 5/149 5/159 6/170 7/213 7/224 8/239 12/354 12/376 14/426 16/480 21/622 24/723 25/734 28/843 30/889 33/990 34/1011

Player, Position, School Kevin Mulvey, P, Villanova Jeff Smardzija, P, Notre Dame Casey Hudspeth, P, USF Jim Negrych, 2B, Pittsburgh Craig Cooper, 1B, Notre Dame Tim Norton, P, Connecticut Billy Muldowney, P, Pittsburgh Logan Parker, 1B, Cincinnati David Carpenter, C, West Virginia Jeff Manship, P, Notre Dame Chase Lirette, P, USF Tom Thornton, P, Notre Dame Nick Tucci, P, Connecticut Brian Baisley, C/1B, USF Jeremy Hunt, 1B, Villanova Jimmy Mayer, IF, Pittsburgh Greg Lopez, SS, Notre Dame Stan Posluszny, OF, West Virginia

Team New York Mets Chicago Cubs Houston Astros Pittsburgh Pirates San Diego Padres New York Yankees Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds St. Louis Cardinals Minnesota Twins Toronto Blue Jays Detroit Tigers San Diego Padres New York Yankees San Diego Padres Tampa Bay Devil Rays Toronto Blue Jays Seattle Mariners

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36/1078 John Slusarz, P, Connecticut 36/1085 David Williams, OF, Rutgers 2005 Rd/Pk. 1/26 4/132 12/353 12/361 15/441 15/457 16/487 18/534 18/545 18/559 19/583 19/588 21/623 25/741 33/1003 42/1259

Player, Position, School Craig Hansen, RHP, STJ Ben Copeland, CF, Pitt Anthony Varvaro, RHP, STJ Jason Delaney, LF, BC Greg Thomson, CF, STJ P.J. Antionato, SS, STJ Matt Edwards, 1B-3B, ND Timothy Pahuta, 1B, SHU Timothy Sabo, RHP, SHU Joseph Burke, C, STJ John Sullivan, RHP, STJ James Baxter, LHP, VU Nick Allen, RHP, VU David Williams, RF, RU Marco Albano, SS, BC John Axford, RHP, ND

2004 Rd/Pk. 1/19 2/66 3/73 5/140 9/257 10/268 12/344 13/389 14/421 14/431 15/434 15/444 15/452 17/510 18/546 21/623 24/707 26/775 26/782 27/797 28/845 29/857 29/873 30/902 42/1265 44/1326

Player, Position, School Chris Lambert, RHP, BC Grant Johnson, RHP, ND Jeff Frazier, OF, RU Matt Macri, 3B, ND Chris Niesel, RHP, ND Steve Sollmann, 2B, ND Jeffrey Landing, RHP, VT Jack Egbert, RHP, RU Javi Sanchez, C, ND Mike Rozema, SS, STJ Grant Psomas, SS, WVU Michael Wlodarczyk, LHP, BC Zac Cline, LHP, WVU Chris Noonan, LHP, SHU Jake Marsello, RHP, BC Stan Posluszny, OF, WVU Wyatt Toregas, C, VT Nick Cerulo, CF, RU Nick Evangelista, RHP, Pitt Adrian Schau, RHP, VU Mike James, RHP, UConn P.J. Hiser, OF/DH, Pitt Michael Ciccotelli, LHP, VU Kevin Shepard, LHP, BC Ryan Morgan, 3B, BC Tom Gornati, RHP, Pitt

2003 Rd/Pk. 9/254 14/407 15/454 17/493 21/611 22/650 22/655 24/710 25/747 27/797 31/936 32/962 33/978 33/995 40/1188 40/1205 45/1342 50/1473

Player, Position, School Jarod Rine, CF, WVU J.P. Gagne, RHP, ND Elvys Quezada, RHP, SHU Ryan Kalita, RHP, ND Brett Burnham, SS, UConn Vinnie Esposito, 3B, RU Marc Tugwell, 2B, VT Nick Evangelista, RHP, Pitt James Russell, RHP, VU Jason DiAngelo, RHP, WVU Mike Tamulionis, RHP, STJ Steve Sollmann, 2B, ND Joe Reid, RHP, STJ Casey Grimm, LF, SHU Adrian Schau, RHP, VU Peter Soteropoulos, LHP, UConn Chris Noonan, LHP, SHU Mike James, RHP, UConn

2002 Rd/Pk. 1/12 1/21 2/63

Player, Position, School Joe Saunders, LHP, VT Bobby Brownlie, RHP, RU Brian Slocum, RHP, VU

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BIG EAST and the M a j o r L eag u e D r a f t 2/67 3/76 6/188 7/218 10/291 11/317 14/412 14/432 15/440 15/441 15/447 15/459 15/461 16/468 20/587 21/633 31/922 32/959 40/1209 45/1352

Steve Stanley, OF, ND Val Majewski, OF, RU Brian Stavisky, OF, ND Brant Colamarino, 1B, Pitt Isaac Pavlik, LHP, SHU Jason Bergmann, RHP, RU Charles Bilezikjian, OF, STJ Joseph Van Gorder, LHP, WVU Jesse Carlson, LHP, UConn Andrew Bushey, 3B, ND Elvys Quezada, RHP, SHU Dustin Nippert, RHP, WVU Jeff Mackor, C, BC Eric Ackerman, LHP, Pitt Tim Sweeney, SS, RU Paul O’Toole, C, ND Michael Tamulionis, RHP, STJ Rob Cafiero, 1B, VU Billy Biggs, RHP, WVU Matt Elfeldt, RHP, BC

2001 Rd/Pk. 1/18 6/195 8/243 10/296 11/333 13/393 17/502 18/544 18/550 22/655 22/663 23/678 23/680 23/687 24/727 31/942 33/978 34/1017 36/1094 37/1097

Player, Position, School Aaron Heilman, RHP, ND Billy McCarthy, OF, RU Jeff Fulchino, RHP, UConn Danny Tamayo, RHP, ND Shane Rhodes, LHP, WVU Alec Porzel, SS, ND David Maust, LHP, WVU Buddy Gallagher, RHP, RU Vance McCracken, RHP, WVU Chris Fallon, 1B, STJ Jed Rodgers, RHP, BC B.J. Benik, RHP, SHU Josh Cisneros, C, WVU Mike Scott, CF, UConn Matt Blethen, LHP, WVU Buddy Hausmann, LHP, SHU Brian Stavisky, CF, ND Ian Ostlund, LHP, VT Billy Biggs, RHP, WVU Shawn Tarkington, RHP, SHU

Team New York Mets Atlanta Braves Florida Marlins Kansas City Royals Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox Montreal Expos Colorado Rockies Los Angeles Dodgers Kansas City Royals Boston Red Sox Chicago Cubs Philadelphia Phillies Detroit Tigers Cleveland Indians New York Mets Chicago Cubs Detroit Tigers St. Louis Cardinals Minnesota Twins

2000 Rd/Pk. 1/31 3/73 4/104 4/120 5/152 7/217 12/344 13/383 15/446 16/485 18/544 20/601 20/607 21/627 21/638 22/643 22/668 23/688 30/900

Player, Position, School Aaron Heilman, RHP, ND Aaron Krawiec, LHP, VU David DeJesus, CF, RU Kevin McGerry, RHP, STJ Brian Esposito, C, UConn Joe Lydic, 3B, Pitt Darren Fenster, SS, RU Matt Galante, 2B, STJ Jake Daubert, 3B, RU BJ Benik, RHP, SHU Keith Stamler, RHP, STJ Jeff Clark, RHP, UConn Jory Coughenour, RHP, Pitt Steve Langone, RHP, BC Tony Calabrese, SS, SHU Pete Graham, OF, STJ Eric Olsen, 3B, BC Scott Cavey, RHP, ND Joe B. Cirone, OF, RU

Team Minnesota Twins Chicago Cubs Kansas City Royals Oakland Athletics Boston Red Sox Houston Astros Kansas City Royals St. Louis Cardinals Seattle Mariners New York Mets Texas Rangers San Francisco Giants Houston Astros Los Angeles Dodgers New York Yankees Chicago Cubs New York Yankees Toronto Blue Jays Oakland Athletics

1999 Rd/Pk. 1/23 3/108 5/150 6/177 7/207 7/230 12/371 12/376

Player, Position, School Keith Reed, OF, PC Sean McGowan, 1B, BC Pat Collins, RHP, STJ Brant Ust, IF, ND Tim Kalita, LHP, ND Mike Dzurilla, 2B, STJ Mike O’Keefe, CF, PC Paul Viole, RHP, SHU

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16/490 18/559 21/641 21/642 23/710 26/786 28/835 30/902 41/1225

Cameron Esslinger, RHP, SHU Jeff Waldron, C, BC Jeff Wagner, DH, ND Jeremy Cummings, RHP, WVU Pete Zoccolillo, 1B/OF, RU Lou Melucci, IF, Pitt Scott Berney, RHP, UConn Derek Hurley, LHP, SHU Glenn Katz, OF, UConn

Colorado Rockies Boston Red Sox Anaheim Angels St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Cubs Montreal Expos Tampa Bay Devil Rays Pittsburgh Pirates Tampa Bay Devil Rays

1998 Rd/Pk. 1/17 4/123 4/128 5/147 9 10 12 12 12 16 19 22 23 24 24 28 28 41 43 45 50

Player, Position, School Brad Lidge, RHP, ND Ron Marietta, LHP, STJ Josh Santos, LHP, UConn Greg Peterson, RHP, STJ Allen Greene, OF, ND Billy Rich, OFL, UConn Jeff Waldron, C, BC Dan Boublis, RHP, VU Chris Barton, RHP, UConn Chris Pilato, RHP, VU Brad Elwood, C, WVU Garrett Zyskowski, LHP, WVU James Hammond, SS, WVU Jason Edgar, 2B, UConn Mike Mundy, RHP, RU David Marciniak, SS, RU Tyrone Wayne, OF, STJ David Kloes, RHP, WVU Adam Neubart, OF, RU Cameron Esslinger, RHP, SHU Jeff Wagner, C, ND

Team Houston Astros Cleveland Indians San Francisco Giants Detroit Tigers New York Yankees Detroit Tigers St. Louis Cardinals Texas Rangers Milwaukee Brewers Philadelphia Phillies New York Yankees Houston Astros Montreal Expos Texas Rangers Colorado Rockies Minnesota Twins Milwaukee Brewers New York Yankees Arizona Diamondbacks Anaheim Angels Toronto Blue Jays

1997 Rd/Pk. 1/4 1/11 2 1/4 6 7 8 10 12 14 18 22 25 29 29

Player, Position, School Jason Grilli, RHP, SHU Chris Enochs, RHP, WVU Jason Grabowski, C, UConn Joe Gangemi, LHP, SHU Mike Rooney, IF, STJ Derek Adair, RHP, STJ Todd Incantalupo, LHP, PC Mike Amrhein, C/1B, ND Billy Rich, OF, UConn Mike Hughes, LHP, STJ David Kim, OF, SHU Alex Melconian, C, SHU Steve Beller, RHP, WVU Mike Condon, SS, SHU Darin Schmalz, RHP, ND

Team San Francisco Giants Oakland Athletics Texas Rangers Anaheim Angels Arizona Diamond Backs Philadelphia Phillies Milwaukee Brewers Chicago Cubs Boston Red Sox Cleveland Indians St. Louis Cardinals Florida Marlins Milwaukee Brewers Anaheim Angels Los Angeles Dodgers

1996 Rd/Pk. 1 4 6 7 12 12 16 17 19 19 28 30 32 32 42 47 62 88 99

Player, Position, School Pete Tucci, 1B/OF, PC Christian Parker, RHP, ND Bill Malloy, RHP, RU Scott Sollmann, OF, ND Scott Madison, LHP, RU John McDonald, SS, PC Mike Riley, LHP, WVU Larry Kleinz, SS, VU Keith Finnerty, 2B, STJ George Restovich, C, ND Jeff Velez, RHP, UConn Rick Saitta, 2B/SS, RU Jason Conti, OF, Pitt Brian Sankey, 1B, BC Michael Galati, RHP, UConn Rowan Richards, OF, ND Jason Tisone, RHP, SHU Scott Seabol, 3B, WVU Mike Amrhein, 3B, ND

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Player, Position, School Matt Morris, RHP, SHU Mike Moriarty, SS, SHU John Clifford, C, VU David Herr, RHP, VU Bob Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole, C, PC Ryan Gorecki, 2B, SHU Alex Andreopoulos, C, SHU Curt Romboli, LHP, BC Brian Bowness, 1B/3B, VU

Team St. Louis Cardinals Minnesota Twins Colorado Rockies Montreal Expos Baltimore Orioles Texas Rangers Milwaukee Brewers Boston Red Sox Chicago White Sox

1994 Rd/Pk. 1 3 8 11 15 19 24 26 29 32 48 50 72

Player, Position, School C.J. Nitkowski, LHP, STJ Paul Ottavinia, OF, SHU Chad Frontera, RHP, SHU John Kelly, RHP, UConn Alex Andreopoulos, C, SHU Kyle Cooney, C, UConn Josh Tyler, 3B, Pitt Tom Koerick, C/3B, VU Brian Dahl, RHP, UConn Brian Majeski, OF, UConn Eric Dinyar, RHP, Pitt Mike Martin, 2B, BC Glenn Foley, 1B, BC

Team Cincinnati Reds Montreal Expos San Francisco Giants New York Mets Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers Milwaukee Brewers Chicago White Sox Toronto Blue Jays Los Angeles Dodgers Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers Florida Marlins

1993 Rd/Pk. 8 10 15 19 22 28 41 41 45

Player, Position, School Jack Stanczak, 3B, VU Lou Merloni, SS, PC Tom Danulevith, LHP, STJ Sean Maloney, RHP, GU Jim Foster, C, PC Steve Hayward, RHP, SHU David Sumner, OF, Pitt Matt Walsh, RHP, BC Joseph Hayward, OF, BC

Team Texas Rangers Boston Red Sox Philadelphia Phillies Milwaukee Brewers Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox Toronto Blue Jays Oakland Athletics Boston Red Sox

1992 Rd/Pk. 15 17 23 24 24 33 33 36

Player, Position, School Ted Klamm, LHP, SHU Jack Stanczak, 3B, VU Ken Grzelaczyk, RHP, STJ Rich Aurilla, STJ Michael Blais, RHP, UConn Jeff Brown, RHP, STJ Kevin Legault, RHP, SHU Lou Merloni, SS, PC

Team Pittsburgh Pirates Seattle Mariners San Diego Padres Texas Rangers St. Louis Cardinals Detroit Tigers Minnesota Twins Boston Red Sox

1991 Rd/Pk. 1/44 2/60 3/85 4 6 10 19 27 28 28 - - -- --

Player, Position, School Mike Groppuso, 3B, SHU Mike Neill, OF, VU Bill Bliss, RHP, VU Gene Schall, DH/1B, VU Eric Reichenbach, RHP, STJ Brian Looney, LHP, BC Larry Kingsbury, RHP, VU Rob Grable, 3B, STJ Mark Loughlin, LHP, PC Tom Migliozzi, RHP, STJ Brian Kenny, RHP, VU Dennis McCaffery, OF/C, VU Dennis Sweeney, P/OF, SHU

Team Houston Astros Oakland Athletics Chicago Cubs Philadelphia Phillies New York Mets Montreal Expos Oakland Athletics Detroit Tigers Houston Astros Texas Rangers Chicago Cubs California Angels Minnesota Twins

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1990 Rd/Pk. 7 10 24 27 39 40 - - -- -- --

Player, Position, School Pete Walker, RHP, UConn Tom Singer, LHP, STJ Tim Smith, RHP, BC Mike Lamitola, 2B, SHU Tim Cain, RHP, UConn Eric Leimeister, RHP, STJ Jeff DiNuzzo, RHP, SHU Dennis McCaffery, OF, VU Gregg Radachowsky, RHP, BC Sam Mandia, RHP, SHU

1989 Rd/Pk. 1/23 1/29 2 9 12 14 19 20 28 31 33

Player, Position, School Maurice Vaughn, 1B, SHU Kevin Morton, LHP, SHU, Gary Scott, 3B, VU Rafael Novoa, LHP, VU Wally Heckel, 2B, STJ Michael Wismer, OF, VU Bob McCreary, RHP, VU Brian Specyalski, 2B, UConn Darnell Dickerson, OF, Pitt Timothy Smith, RHP, BC John Farren, C, VU

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1988 Rd/Pk. 1/17 5 10 16 27 36 48 65

Player, Position, School Charles Nagy, RHP, UConn John Valentin, SS, SHU David Westwood, 1B, Pitt Frank Merigliano, RHP, Pitt Chris Shebby, RHP, GU Michael Malley, LHP, UConn Brian Cordero, LHP, STJ Walter Heckel, 2B, STJ

Team Cleveland Indians Boston Red Sox San Francisco Giants Chicago White Sox Baltimore Orioles Cincinnati Reds Chicago White Sox Toronto Blue Jays

1987 Rd/Pk. 1/22 6 11 12 13 13 18 18

Player, Position, School Craig Biggio, C, SHU Marteese Robinson, 1B, SHU David Westwood, 1B, Pitt Chuck Scales, OF, Pitt Glen Bruckner, IF, GU Terry Bross, RHP, STJ Ed Walsh, 1B, PC Mark Ericson, C, UConn

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1986 Rd/Pk. 2 4 11 12 19 22 24 25 26 -- - -

Player, Position, School Rich Scheid, LHP, SHU Doug Cinnella, RHP, SHU Matthew Stennett, OF, Pitt Jim Bisceglia, LHP, STJ Tony Pellegrino, SS, STJ Jim Navilliat, LHP, PC Wayne Rosenthal, RHP, STJ Chuck Scales, OF, Pitt Andrew Casano, RHP, STJ Roger Haggerty, 3B/C, PC Ed Walsh, 1B, PC

Team New York Yankees Baltimore Orioles Houston Astros California Angels San Diego Padres San Diego Padres Texas Rangers Kansas City Royals St. Louis Cardinals Boston Red Sox Chicago White Sox

1985 Rd/Pk. 2 4 6 14 15 17 19 24 28

Player, Position, School Chris Jelic, C, Pitt Phil Cundari, RHP, SHU Steve Iannini, OF, GU Larry Schwartz, LHP, SHU Dave Ford, 1B, UConn Peter Mancini, SS, SHU Harry Siemers, OF, STJ Robert Bellini, OF, STJ Robert Shepis, OF, SHU

Team Kansas City Royals Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics Cincinnati Reds Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles Minnesota Twins Baltimore Orioles Houston Astros

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Rich Aurilia, St. Johns, IF John Axford, Notre Dame, P Scott Barnes, St. John’s, P Craig Biggio, Seton Hall, P Jason Bergmann, Rutgers, P Tony Campana, Cincinnati, OF Jesse Carlson, Connecticut, P David Carpenter, West Virginia, P Jason Conti, Pittsburgh, OF David DeJesus, Rutgers, OF Rob Delaney, St. John’s, P Jack Egbert, Rutgers, P Brian Esposito, Connecticut, C Todd Frazier, Rutgers, 3B Jeff Fulchino, Connecticut, P Jason Grabowski, Connecticut, P Jason Grilli, Seton Hall, P Craig Hansen, St. Johns, P Josh Harrison, Cincinnati, 3B Aaron Heilman, Notre Dame, P Roberto Hernandez, Connecticut, P Steve Kline, West Virginia, P Chris Lambert, Boston College, P Brad Lidge, Notre Dame, P Trystan Magnuson, Louisville, P Val Majewski, Rutgers, OF Sean Maloney, Georgetown, P Jeff Manship, Notre Dame, P Joe Martinez, Boston College, P John McDonald, Providence, SS Lou Merloni, Providence, SS Mike Moriarty, Seton Hall, IF John Morris, Seton Hall, OF Matt Morris, Seton Hall, P Kevin Morton, Seton Hall, P Charles Nagy, Connecticut, C Mike Neill, Villanova, OF Dustin Nippert, West Virginia, P C.J. Nitkowski, St. Johns, P Mike Olt, Connecticut, 3B Dan Otero, USF, P Pat Pacillo, Seton Hall, P Christian Parker, Notre Dame, P David Phelps, Notre Dame, P A.J. Pollock, Notre Dame, OF Mike Porzio, Villanova, P Keith Reed, Providence, OF B.J. Rosenberg, Louisville, P Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame, P Joe Saunders, Virginia Tech, P Gene Schall, Villanova, 1B Rich Scheid, Seton Hall, P Gary Scott, Villanova, 3B Scott Seabol, West Virginia, 3B Brian Slocum, Villanova, P Wyatt Toregas, Virginia Tech, C John Valentin, Seton Hall, SS Anthony Varvaro, St. John’s, P Maurice “Mo” Vaughn, Seton Hall, 1B Pete Walker, Connecticut, P Kyle Weiland, Notre Dame, P

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