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2009 Butler Baseball Table of Contents

2010 Quick Facts.........................................................1 Welcome To Butler .................................................. 2-3 City Of Indianapolis ................................................. 4-5 Life At Butler ............................................................ 6-7 Baseball Facilities .................................................... 8-9 2010 Season Outlook ................................................10 2010 Roster/Team Photo ...........................................11 Head Coach Steve Farley .........................................12 Coaching Staff/Support Staff .....................................13 Returning Players ................................................ 14-18 The Game..................................................................19 Newcomers.......................................................... 20-22 2009 Season Information ..........................................23 Summer Baseball ......................................................24 Butler Baseball Records ...................................... 25-26 All-Time Letterwinners ......................................... 27-28

2010 Quick Facts

Location ....................................Indianapolis, Ind. 46208 Founded .................................................................1855 Enrollment .............................................................4,200 Nickname..........................................................Bulldogs Colors .................................................... Blue and White Conference ........................................... Horizon League Home Field ....................................... Bulldog Park (500) Dimensions .........................(L-R) 330-370-400-370-330 President ...............................................Dr. Bobby Fong Athletic Director .......................................... Barry Collier Athletic Deparment Phone..................... (317) 940-9375 Head Coach......................Steve Farley (Minnesota ‘81) Record at Butler.......................................... 440-536-1 Career Record ............................................ 493-581-1 Office Phone ....................................... (317) 940-9721 Assistant Coach.................. Matt Tyner (Concordia, ‘96) Office Phone ....................................... (317) 940-6536 Assistant Coach......................... Jeff Brown (Butler, ‘06) Assistant Coach................... Bobby Segal (Indiana, ‘06) Baseball Athletic Trainer ........................... Brian Cramer 2009 Record ..........................................................13-41 Home: 7-13 Away: 5-25 Neutral: 1-3 2009 Horizon League Record/Finish .................6-20/7th Home: 4-8 Away: 2-12 Letterwinners returning/lost ................................... 23/11 Position Starters returning/lost ..................................6/5 Pitching Starters returning/lost ..................................3/3 Newcomers.................................................................12 Associate A.D./Communications ............... Jim McGrath Office Phone ....................................... (317) 940-9414 E-Mail .........................................jmcgrath@butler.edu Assistant SID/Baseball Contact ..................Josh Rattray Office Phone ....................................... (317) 940-9994 E-Mail ........................................... curban@butler.edu Cell Phone .......................................... (317) 828-9312 Sports Information Address ............... Hinkle Fieldhouse 510 W. 49th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208 Press Box Phone ................................... (317) 828-9312 Athletics Website .........................www.butlersports.com School Website...................................... www.butler.edu

From The Desk Of

HEAD COACH STEVE FARLEY Welcome To Butler baseball! What an honor it has been for me to be a part of this program for the past 18 seasons. Eleven Bulldog baseball coaches have gone before me, including Butler legend Tony Hinkle. Our current coaching staff and players will continue to work hard to uphold Butler’s winning tradition and to keep the program strong for those future players and coaches who will wear the Blue & White! During my tenure at Butler, I’ve seen Bulldog players travel to Australia to play in international competition. I’ve witnessed major facility upgrades, including a new press box, scoreboard, irrigation system and newest upgrade… an indoor hitting and pitching building. I’ve seen Butler players participate in community service projects, including serving meals to the homeless at Wheeler Mission and volunteering as mentors for local elementary school children. In my 18 years, I’ve coached well over 200 players. These student-athletes have led Butler to five regular season or conference tournament championships and two NCAA regionals. Former Bulldogs Pat Neshek (Twins) and Dan Johnson (Rays) are playing in the Major Leagues. Just as importantly, I’ve seen countless players graduate with a quality degree and move on to become successful doctors, lawyers, teachers and businessmen. While we will continue to set our sights on winning the Horizon League Championship and qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, our greater commitment will be to develop and prepare our student-athletes for a successful life after graduation. We anticipate that The Butler Way will follow them throughout their career, both on and off the field. I hope you enjoy this media guide. May it serve as a tool to familiarize you with our program and our proud heritage. When you review it, I think you will see why we are excited about Bulldog Baseball! Go Dawgs!

Steve Farley Head Coach Butler Baseball

Official Equipment and Apparel Provider Credits The 2010 Butler baseball media and recruiting guide was produced Josh Rattray, Assistant Sports Information Director, with assistance from Head Coach Steve Farley. Action photos by Brent Smith and Susan Padove. Head shots and team photo by Brent Smith. Requests for information about Butler baseball should be directed to Josh Rattray (jrattray@butler.edu).

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Welcome To

BUTLER!

The five faculty and 113 students present when Butler University opened in 1855 laid a solid foundation for more than 150 years of creative change and progress. Today’s 4,200 students carry on that legacy, as they continue to look ahead while treasuring the traditions unique to Butler. The young school, originally named North Western Christian University, was unusually innovative. It was the first in Indiana, and only the third in the nation, to admit women on an equal basis with men. With the appointment in 1858 of Catherine Merrill as Demia Butler Professor of English, the institution became the second in the country to appoint a woman faculty member, the first to establish an endowed chair specifically for a female professor and the first to establish a professorship in English literature. The school was also the first in Indiana to allow its students, with parental consent, to choose subjects suited to their needs under a new “elective” system. As Indianapolis grew, the city’s commercial district began to penetrate the heavily-wooded campus at what is now the corner of Thirteenth Street and College Avenue. In 1873, the board of directors decided to sell the downtown campus and accept a gift of 25 acres in Irvington, then a suburb east of Indianapolis. In 1877, North Western Christian University became Butler University, taking the name of its founder and benefactor, Indianapolis attorney Ovid Butler. Butler moved again 50 years later, as the “Circle City” continued to grow. In 1928, classes were held for the first time in Jordan Hall, an imposing new Gothic structure erected on the beautiful Fairview Park Site, a wooded tract north of the city on the White River and the Inland Waterway Canal. Today’s students come from nearly every state in the nation and from many foreign countries to enroll in degree programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, or in one of four professional colleges -- Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts or Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Butler is one of only 21 private schools in the country offering a pharmacy program.

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True to the vision of its founders, the University continues to offer an array of professional and pre-professional programs within the context of a strong commitment to the traditional arts and sciences and to the values of liberal education. Butler continues to welcome highly motivated, intellectually curious men and women, and to prepare them for lives of professional and community service and creative, ethical action. Butler is one of the top 20 US colleges for producing business executives, is in the top 10% for preparing future Ph.D.s and is located in the No. 2 city for college graduates starting a career. Although the thriving city of Indianapolis has once again grown to surround Butler University, the 290-acre campus remains a serenely beautiful area with 20 buildings, playing fields, a formal botanical garden, and a nature preserve surrounded by well-established residential communities. Located only five miles from “The Circle,” the heart of the city, the campus offers easy access to cultural and sporting events in downtown Indianapolis. Butler’s mission is to provide the highest quality of liberal and professional education and to integrate the liberal arts into professional education by creating, and fostering a stimulating intellectual community built upon interactive dialogue and inquiry among faculty and students. Butler University is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The University is licensed for teacher training by the State Department of Education in Indiana and appears on the approved list of the American Association of University Women.

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City of Indianapolis

Opportunity, Hospitality & SPORTS! Just when it seemed the sporting scene in Indianapolis couldn’t get any better, it did! Long recognized as the “Amateur Sports Capitol of the World”, Indianapolis is in the midst of another sports explosion. From the Indiana Pacers to the Final Four, Peyton Manning and the Super Bowl Champion Colts to the spectacular Victory Field, the Butler Bulldogs, the NCAA, and Conseco Fieldhouse, everywhere you turn sports are booming! It’s not surprising. Sports have played a key role in the development of the Hoosier state capital. Indianapolis gained an international reputation as host of the largest single-day sporting event in the world - the Indianapolis 500. In fact, the city hosts the two largest single-day sporting events in the world - the Indy 500 and the All-State 400 at the Brickyard. Indianapolis hosted the Pan American Games in 1987, the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 1980, 1991, 1997, 2000 and 2006, the NCAA Women’s Final Four in 2005, the World Gymnastics Championship in 1991, the World Rowing Championships in 1994, the World Basketball Championship in 2002, the World Swimming Championship in 2004, has hosted Olympic trials in swimming, diving, and synchronized swimming, Lucas Oil Stadium, home to the Indianapolis Colts and the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final national championships in gymnastics, boxing, track and field, rowing, Four, opened to rave reviews in August of 2008.

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City of Indianapolis

The Indiana Fever advanced to the WNBA Finals for the first time, coming one game from winning the title.

The Indianapolis 500 is dubbed as the largest single-day sporting event in the world.

canoe/kayak, swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, archery and ice skating, and numerous NCAA championships. Indianapolis boasts the Indiana Pacers of the NBA, the Indiana Fever of the WNBA and the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL. The Triple-A Indianapolis Indians play in one of the finest minor league baseball parks in the nation - Victory Field - and the city is called home by the United States Hockey League’s Indianapolis Ice. Indy has hosted the 1993 U. S. Women’s Open Professional Golf Tournament, the 1991 PGA, and the Brickyard Crossing Senior Golf Classic and the 2005 Solheim Cup. The Indianapolis Tennis Championships at the Indianapolis Tennis Center has become one of the major tennis tournaments in the world. The Hoosier capital houses the headquarters for numerous national amateur sports governing bodies, including the United States Gymnastics Federation, USA Track and Conseco Fieldhouse, which is home of the Indiana Pacers (NBA) and IndiField, U. S. Diving, U. S. Synchronized Swimming and the United States Rowing As- ana Fever (WNBA), is modeled after Butler’s Hinkle Fieldhouse. sociation. The Horizon League headquarters is located in Indianapolis and the NCAA national office moved to Indianapolis in 2001 Not surprisingly, Indianapolis features a wide array of world-class sports facilities. The brand new 63,000 seat Lucas Oil Stadium is home to the Indianapolis Colts and will host the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four. The Indiana Pacers play in the 18,500-seat Conseco Fieldhouse. The city is home to the Indiana University Natatorium, featuring one of the fastest swimming pools in the world, the state-of-the-art National Institute for Fitness and Sport, the Indianapolis Tennis Center which houses 24 tennis courts and an 8,000-seat stadium, the 12,500-seat IU Track and Field Stadium, the Major Taylor Velodrome, historic Hinkle Fieldhouse and Victory Field.

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Life At Butler

Academic Support/Student Development

Balancing the demands of NCAA Division I athletics with the responsibilities of a rigorous academic schedule is one of the biggest challenges facing Butler’s student-athletes. To help meet that challenge, Butler provides a dedicated academic support system. The Athletic Academic Support Offices are located in Hinkle Fieldhouse, where the staff is available to assist student-athletes in solving academic and nonacademic problems. Butler offers its more than 300 student-athletes academic and career counseling, guidance in study skills and time management, and academic tutoring. The academic staff monitors each student-athlete’s progress toward Butler’s degree requirements. Support services for student-athletes are provided on a by-need or by-student/coach request basis. Strong academics has continued to be a trademark of the Butler baseball team, as seven baseball players were named to the Horizon League’s Academic Honor Roll in 2008 by maintaining at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average during the careers.

Apartment Village

First opened for the fall of 2006, the Apartment Village is located in the heart of the Butler athletic facilities. The apartments sit directly east of the Butler Bowl (home to the Butler football and soccer teams) and are within a short walk of Hinkle Fieldhouse (basketball and volleyball), Bulldog Park (baseball) and the Butler Bubble (tennis). Each apartment has four private bedrooms with individual locks, two bathrooms, a full kitchen with dishwasher, dispossal, microwave and a breakfast island with four stools. Bedroom furnishings - including single bed, dresser and desk - are also provided. The units are also air conditioned with a shared phone line with four private voice mailboxes, cable TV and internet access. The Dawg House, located in the middle of the village, features a convenience store, game room, mailboxes, computer lab, laundry facilities and two study rooms.

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Conditioning and Training Strength & Conditioning

All of Butler’s athletes benefit from an extensive strength and conditioning program under the direction of strength and conditioning coordinator Jim Peal and assistant Ross Bowsher. The purpose of Butler’s program is to decrease injury potential, while increasing performance potential. The strength and conditioning program stresses flexibility, agility, jumping skills, speed and reaction time, as well as strength. The program utilizes free weights, strength machinery, manual resistance and additional innovative techniques to help maximize the chance for Butler athletes to succeed. The center of Butler’s strength and conditioning program is the 4,000 square-foot weight training room located in Hinkle Fieldhouse. The weight room, which features an entire outside wall of glass, is stocked with free weights, weight machines, stationary bikes and stairmasters.

Sports Medicine

Butler student-athletes have access to a comprehensive sports medicine program that concentrates on the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries. Under the supervision of baseball team trainer Penny Goldberg, Butler athletes are served by an extensive team of physicians, health care professionals and certified athletic trainers. Butler’s expanded training room is located on the west end of Hinkle Fieldhouse. Renovation in the summer of 1998 effectively tripled the usable area devoted to the care and welfare of Butler’s student-athletes. Butler’s athletic staff provides care for Butler athletes at practices and games. The staff also works to educate Butler student-athletes in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition and various wellness issues. Butler’s sports medicine program utilizes the extensive medical community in Indianapolis, which boasts one of the largest and most knowledgeable groups of sports medicine professionals in the nation. Butler student-athletes have access in Indianapolis to world-renowned medical facilities, as well as many of the leading physicians in the world of sports medicine.

Health & Recreation Complex

Butler’s newly constructed Health & Recreation Complex (HRC) is located right next door to Hinkle Fieldhouse. The facility features a pool, weight room, running track and a two-court gymnasium.

Butler Bubble

During Butler’s cold weather practice period (mid-January through mid-February), the Bulldogs go indoors to train in the Butler Bubble, the university’s 32,000 square foot indoor facility. The bubble is also used for winter baseball camps.

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Baseball Facilities

The batting cages down the left field line of Bulldog Park have been removed to make way for a new state-of-the-art indoor hitting facility.

BULLDOG PARK

Home of the Bulldogs

New turf and dirt was installed on the infield of Bulldog Park last fall.

Bulldog Park serves as the home of the Butler baseball team. Located just behind Hinkle Fieldhouse and the Butler Bowl, Bulldog Park provides a nostalgic setting for collegiate baseball, with seating for up to 500 spectators and a fully functional press box. The field features symmetrical dimensions, stretching 330 feet down both lines, 370 feet to the gaps and an even 400 feet to the batter’s eye in dead center. The Butler dugout stretches along the third-base line with the visitors situated along first. The bullpens are located in foul territory in both corners of the outfield. The field has undergone major renovations during the past year that included a new pitcher’s mound and home plate area, new laser-graded dirt and top dressing on the infield and the removal of lips and uneven edges. Additionally, new sod has been added around the first base, third base, home plate and pitcher’s mound areas, as well as other places in the infield that receive the heaviest wear. The crown jewel of the renovation project will be a 6,000 square foot multi-purpose hitting facility to be located in foul territory down the left field line. The building will feature four turfed indoor batting cages, indoor pitching mounds, pitching machines, drill stations and a bathroom.

Butler Baseball At Victory Field The Bulldogs usually play one regular season game each year at Victory Field, home of the AAA Indianapolis Indians. This year’s game will take place on March 31 against Dayton. Located in downtown Indianapolis and just a short drive from campus, the field was named “the best minor league ballpark in America” by Baseball America. Butler hosted the 2005 Horizon League Baseball Championship at the ballpark, and the field is tabbed to host the tournament again in 2012.

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Baseball Facilities Butler Indoor Hitting Facility Completed in the fall of 2009, the baseball Hitting Facility is located in foul territory down the left field line at Bulldog Park. The 6,000 square foot multi-purpose complex features four turfed indoor batting cages and pitching mounds, pitching machines, drill stations and a bathroom. The indoor facility, which allows Butler to train among the nation’s best, is the crown jewel in what has been numerous upgrades for the baseball program. In 2009, the Bulldogs received new dugout benches courtesy of Jeff Waggoner. The project also included new helmet and bat racks and individual storage space. Other recent upgrades include four new bullpen mounds built by former Butler player Matt Crews as well as new warning track material and new infield sod. The indoor facility is also utilized by the Butler golf, softball and track teams.

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2010 Team Outlook GETTING BACK ON TRACK

man due to injury, shows great potential as a hitter. Padove appeared in 14 games a year ago and made great strides as the catcher for the summer national champion Crystal Lake Cardinals in Illinois. “Mike has improved as a blocker, and Brian had a great summer as the catcher on a college summer team that won a national championship. With Nick back healthy again, we think we have three solid players at the catcher position.”

All of the returning players have another year of experience and seasoning. Add a mix of talented newcomers, and the Bulldogs are aiming to get back to their winning ways. There are no fancy themes with the 2010 edition of the Butler baseball program. No mottos, no slogans. The message: compete every day, get back to winning and regain the respect Butler has built over the last 100 years. “We need to get back to playing winning baseball,” head coach Steve Farley said. “Having the indoor hitting facility complete has given our players a renewed sense of optimism about our program. Still, we have to go out and compete every day.” It’s no secret that the winter is no ally to college baseball in the north. That’s why Butler has made the commitment to overcome that obstacle and give the Bulldogs a facility that puts them on par with any program in the Midwest. Despite the lack of success on the scoreboard last season, the 2010 Butler squad does have the advantage of playing at a school with a storied tradition of championships and NCAA berths. Farley, entering his 19th season with the Bulldogs and the longest-tenured skipper in the Horizon League, guided a program that won just 18 games in his first season at BU to a league championship just four years later and three more titles the following decade. The following is a breakdown of the 2010 Butler baseball team: Pitchers Butler saw four of its top six pitchers from last season graduate, but the Bulldogs have eight returnees and a top pitching recruit on the pitching staff. The team’s top arm from a year ago, junior Jared Wagoner, returns and is a team co-captain this season. Wagoner made 17 appearances last season, leading the team with a 5.59 ERA and striking out 46 in 58.0 innings of work.

Junior Grant Fillipitch, Butler’s Team MVP a year ago, will start at third base this season. He hit .302 with seven home runs last season.

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Sophomore Mike Hernandez led the team in wins (3), innings (70.1) and strikeouts (59) last season. BU’s top recruit, freshman Kyle Kramp also figures to start a lot of ballgames in 2010. Kramp, who led Westfield High School to the 4A IHSAA State Finals, was named IHSBCA Player of the Year last year and was drafted by the San Francisco Giants. Sophomore Mike Hernandez will also enter the season in the starting rotation. The right-hander had a stellar freshman season, leading the team in innings pitched (70.1), strikeouts (59) and wins (3). For his efforts, he was voted to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team. Senior Joe Ochs, the team’s only lefty, is the fourth Bulldog to enter the season as a starter. Ochs battled through some injuries last season and is aiming to regain the form he had in 2008, when he went 3-1 and had 20 strikeouts against six walks. Farley will be counting on seniors Jamie Feldheiser and Tyler Szymczak to handle the late innings. Feldheiser made 15 appearances last year and picked up a pair of wins. Szymczak tied for the team lead with 17 appearances (16 in relief) in 2009. Other relievers returning include juniors Dom Slivestri and David Dennemann and sophomore Ryan Salvino. “Dennemann and Silvestri are capable of taking their games to the next level this season,” Farley said. Salvino missed much of last season with injuries and made just six appearances last season, but should be ready to go this season. The Bulldogs also have a group of talented freshmen pitchers who will see innings this season. The group includes: Jared Earle, Joel Leichty, Billy Laing and David Suffern. Farley also cites freshman walk-on Chase Byerly as having a good work ethic and that he will also compete for relief innings. Catchers The Bulldogs have three solid and capable players behind the plate in junior Michael Letzter and sophomore Nick Hladek and Brian Padove. “All three of these guys have D-I arms and each player is capable of being a solid leader for us behind the plate,” Farley said. Letzter, who hit .289 with three home runs last season, enters the spring as the starting backstop. The junior scored 24 runs and drove in 20 more last year, but it’s his improved defense that may prove most valuable. Hladek, who missed a lot of time last year as a fresh-

Infielders The infield will have several new faces this season, with newcomers seeing time and also returning players moving to different positions around the diamond. Junior Grant Fillipitch, who was voted Butler’s team MVP and offensive player of the year last year, is the leading returning infielder and will start at third base. Fillipitch hit .302 with a team-best seven homers, 32 runs, 30 RBIs and 17 doubles. Freshman Bob Akin enters the spring as the primary back-up at third base. Senior Kyle Schultz will move from third base to first base this season. Schultz, who hit .268 with 10 doubles and 29 RBIs last season, will also get some at-bats in the DH spot. Butler has three other capable players who may see time at first, including sophomore Mike Hoscheit and freshmen Jack Dillon and Pat Gelwicks. Hoscheit can also serves as a DH. Another returnee making a position change, junior Luke Duncan, will start at second base after playing in the outfield last year. Duncan led the Bulldogs in batting average (.308) and triples (4) last season while scoring 25 runs and driving in 22. Entering the spring, senior Bobby Mosser will be the primary back-up at second base. Farley says Duncan may also see time in the outfield depending on how the season progresses. Newcomer Jack Krause is the team’s starting shortstop. Krause, a junior college transfer from Triton College, has shown solid defensive play during the fall and preseason workouts. Krause’s back-up at short will be sophomore Griffin Richeson, who appeared in 40 games last season. Richeson is a versatile utility player who can also play at second base and third base. Outfielders The starting outfield the Bulldogs have to enter the season is comprised of three newcomers, and a freshman who will see plenty of time at a corner outfield spot. Don’t let the new faces fool you; there is plenty of talent roaming the outfield for BU this season. Entering the season, junior Kyle Waggoner appears to have the edge to start in left. Waggoner transferred to Butler this year from Indiana University. He was an all-state player at Indy-area powerbouse Brownsburg High School. Along with Waggoner, freshman Andrew Eckhardt will also see time in left field. “They both hit from the left side and have shown the ability to get on base and make things happen,” Farley said. Junior Corey Moylan, a transfer from the University of Vermont, will be the starter in center. After Vermont dropped baseball last year, Moylan brings his speed and potent bat to Butler. The Illinois native hit .312 with four homers, 34 RBIs and 12 stolen bases last year. Another newcomer, Parkland Junior College transfer Kevin Crane, will start the season in right field. Crane was a second-team JUCO All-American at Parkland and hit .352 last year, leading the team to the NJCAA Division II national title.

2010 Team Photo & Roster

2010 BUTLER BASEBALL - Front Row (L-to-R): Andrew Eckhardt, Griffin Richeson, Tim Matheson, Kyle Waggoner, Kyle Schultz, Steve Darragh, Kevin Crane, Brian Padove, Blaine DeCamp, Michael Letzter, Tim Conroy. Middle Row (L-to-R): Jared Wagoner, Mike Hernandez, Joel Leichty, Corey Moylan, Jack Dillon, Jonathan Clarence, Dom Silvestri, Billy Laing, Joe Ochs, Chase Byerly, Kyle Kramp, Jamie Feldheiser, Pat Gelwicks, Bob Akin. Back Row (L-to-R): Michael Hoscheit, Bobby Mosser, Evan Kuo, Grant Fillipitch, Jack Jorgenson, David Suffern, Tyler Szymczak, Ryan Salvino, Graham King, Jack Krause, Jared Earle, Luke Duncan.

2010 Numerical Roster No. 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 36 37 40

Name Andrew Eckhardt Michael Letzter Kyle Waggoner Bob Akin Corey Moylan Dom Silvestri Griffin Richeson Brian Padove Jack Krause Joe Ochs Jared Wagoner Billy Laing Jared Earle Pat Gelwicks Jamie Feldheiser David Suffern Kyle Schultz David Dennemann Grant Fillipitch Bobby Mosser Kevin Crane Nick Hladek Chase Byerly Luke Duncan Mike Hoscheit Kyle Kramp Ryan Salvino Mike Hernandez Jack Dillon Joel Leichty Tyler Szymczak

Pos.

Ht./Wt.

Yr.

B/T

Hometown/High School

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

5-11/165 5-10/180 5-10/160 5-11/175 6-2/175 6-5/210 6-0/185 5-11/185 6-0/180 6-5/215 6-2/185 6-5/165 6-1/165 6-3/175 6-3/190 6-1/200 5-10/225 6-5/190 6-0/195 6-0/180 5-8/195 5-9/200 6-5/205 6-1/170 6-0/200 6-3/195 6-3/200 6-1/190 6-3/190 6-3/170 6-1/180

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

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

Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty Johnsburg, Ill./Johnsburg Brownsburg, Ind./Brownsburg Carmel, Ind./Bishop Chatard Glenview, Ill./Glenbrook South (Vermont) Youngstown, Ohio/Boardman West Lafayette, Ind./Lafayette Central Catholic Hammond, Ind./Marian Catholic Homewood, Ill./Marian Catholic (Triton J.C.) Noblesville, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern Vincennes, Ind./South Knox Lake Bluff, Ill./Lake Forest Crawfordsville, Ind./Southmont Downers Grove, Ill./Benet Academy Ossian, Ind./Norwell Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard South Granger, Ind./Penn Cicero, Ind./Hamilton Heights LaGrange Park, Ill./Lyons Township Lafayette, Ind./Lafayette Central Catholic Crete, Ill./Crete-Monee (Parkland J.C.) Crown Point, Ind./Crown Point Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles East Westfield, Ind./Westfield Burr Ridge, Ill./Nazareth Academy Crown Point, Ind./Crown Point Indianapolis, Ind./Brebeuf Jesuit Mason, Ohio/Cincinnati Hills South Bend, Ind./Clay

Head Coach: Steve Farley (Minnesota, 1981), 18th Season Assistant Coaches: Matt Tyner (Concordia, 1996), Jeff Brown (Butler, 2006), Bobby Segal (Indiana, 2006)

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Steve Farley Minnesota, 1981 • 19th Season Head coach Steve Farley has become synonymous with the Butler baseball program, as the long-time Bulldog mentor enters his 19th season in Indianapolis in 2010. The baseball veteran begins his 22nd season as a college head coach with with 493 wins on his resume, including a school-record 440 while at Butler. He has continued to lead the Bulldogs to consistent success in the Horizon League during his tenure, guiding the team to a pair of NCAA Tournament bids and five appearances in the league championship game since 1998. Teams under his direction have broken Butler’s school record for victories three times, while eight of the program’s highest single-season win totals have come under his tutelage. A four-time Horizon League Coach of the Year, Farley has had 62 players earn all-conference honors, and 25 of his former players have signed professional baseball contracts, including current Minnesota Twins hurler Pat Neshek. Farley guided the Bulldogs to the brink of their third NCAA Tournament appearance in 2006, scoring a pair of wins over regular-season champion UIC in the Horizon League Tournament to advance to the championship game before falling short to host Wright State. Butler’s baseball program has flourished under Farley in the last decade, as the Bulldogs captured conference regular season championships in 1996, 1998 and 1999 and league tournament titles in 1998 and 2000. In 1998, the Bulldogs visited Tulsa, Oklahoma, to compete in the NCAA Play-In series against Oral Roberts, and in 2000 Butler captured the Horizon League’s automatic bid to the NCAA National Baseball Championship. In 2002 and 2003, Farley guided the Bulldogs to a school-record 34 victories, Butler’s third and fourth 30-win seasons in a six-year span. Farley’s success hasn’t been limited to wins and losses. Thanks to his efforts in collecting donations from alumni and other benefactors, Bulldog Park has gone from an average playing facility to a top-notch baseball complex - one that hosted the Indiana North-South high school all-star series in 2001. Farley has also annually scheduled games in Victory Field, home of the AAA Indianapolis Indians. The 2003 squad also got a taste of international competition, as the Bulldogs traveled outside of the US for the first time ever as a part of a six-game tour of Australia.

Farley has made Butler summer and winter baseball camps an annual success, with many Indianapolis-area little league and high school players attending his camps each year. Program building wasn’t something new for Farley. After serving as a graduate assistant coach under the highly regarded Jerry Kindall at Arizona in 1983, he began a full-time coaching career as an assistant at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. As the team’s pitching coach, he helped lower Army’s team earned run average to a school-record 3.99 in just two seasons. Farley moved to Davis & Elkins College in 1988, inheriting a team that had finished last in the conference the previous two seasons. In 1990, he was named Co-Coach of the Year in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after leading Davis & Elkins to its first 20-win season in over a decade. In 1991, he guided the Senators to a division championship. A high school all-state pitcher at River Falls, Wis., Farley earned a baseball scholarship to the University of Minnesota, where he became a starting pitcher and three-year letterman. He helped lead the Golden Gophers to the Big Ten finals and a berth in the NCAA tournament in 1981. Farley, recipient of the Williams ScholarStudent Athlete Award, earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Minnesota in 1981, and a Master’s Degree from the University of Arizona in 1983. In addition to his coaching duties, Farley has served as a director or instructor at several baseball camps, including the NCAA Youth Education through Sports (YES) clinics at the College World Series. He has also had several articles on baseball strategy and technique published in athletic journals. In January of 2006, he joined several other baseball coaches from the United States on a trip to Regensburg, Germany, to give instruction to European amateur coaches. The clinics were sponsored by Major League Baseball’s Envoy Program. Farley and his wife, Lisa, have two daughters, Hannah (15) and Sarah (12).

Coach Farley’s Butler Record Year School 1992 Butler 1993 Butler 1994 Butler 1995 Butler 1996 Butler 1997 Butler 1998 Butler 1999 Butler 2000 Butler 2001 Butler 2002 Butler 2003 Butler 2004 Butler 2005 Butler 2006 Butler 2007 Butler 2008 Butler 2009 Butler At Butler (18 yrs) Career (21 yrs)

Overall Record 18-35 27-27-1 27-29 22-27 26-21 18-32 33-21 29-27 31-28 25-30 34-23 34-27 29-30 19-35 21-36 22-33 12-34 13-41 440-536-1 493-583-1

Pct. .340 .500 .482 .449 .553 .360 .611 .518 .525 .455 .596 .557 .492 .352 .368 .400 .261 .241 .451 .458

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League Record 6-14 14-14 11-8 6-10 14-7 8-16 13-5 14-6 8-8 8-12 11-11 16-8 13-11 4-12 9-21 10-20 7-17 6-20 178-210

Finish 5th 4th 2nd 5th West 1st T-6th T-1st 1st 4th 4th 4th 2nd 2nd T-5th 5th 5th 7th 7th

Pct. .300 .500 .579 .375 .667 .333 .722 .700 .500 .400 .500 .667 .542 .250 .300 .333 .291 .231 .459

Postseason

NCAA NCAA

The Farleys: (clockwise from top right) Steve, Sarah, Hannah and Lisa.

Coaching & Support Staffs Assistant Coach Matt Tyner

Assistant Coach Jeff Brown

Assistant Coach Bobby Segal

Concordia, 1996 • 6th Season

Butler, 2006 • 4th Season

Indiana, 2006 • 1st Season

Matt Tyner, a stand-out baseball player in the collegiate and professional ranks, is in the second season of his second stint as part of the Butler baseball program. Tyner served as an assistant under Farley from 1993 to 1997. He returns to the collegiate level after spending the past 10 years working with the Premier Amateur Summer Programs in Indiana. He will work primarily with the Butler hitters and on team defense while assisting with recruiting and other administrative duties. A feared power threat as an outfielder and third baseman during his playing days, Tyner was drafted in the ninth round of the 1980 Amateur Draft by the Baltimore Orioles from the University of Miami (Florida). He led the Orioles’ minor league system in home runs in his first two seasons, belting 33 in 1981 and 24 in 1982, and helped his Hagerstown (Md.) squad to the 1981 Carolina League Championship before injuries forced his early retirement from the game in 1983. Tyner walked on to the Miami baseball team, where he went on to earn four letters as an outfielder and third baseman. He helped the Hurricanes to the College World Series in three of his seasons, including a third-place finish in 1980, while his 15 homers as a senior captain that year tied the school record and helped him to earn co-MVP honors. Tyner earned a degree in business communications from Concordia University (Indianapolis Center) in 1996.

Jeff Brown begins his fourth season as a member of the Butler coaching staff in 2010. Brown entered the coaching ranks at the start of the 2007 season after a five-year playing career as an infielder under Bulldogs head coach Steve Farley. He works primarily with Bulldog hitters and position players. A four-year letterwinner with the Bulldogs, Brown hit .295 with 12 doubles, four home runs and 27 RBI his senior season. He closed his collegiate career with a .276 batting average, 31 doubles and 11 home runs. His 217 at bats in 2006 set the Butler singleseason record, and his 54 starts in 54 games led the team. He continued his playing career in the professional ranks in the spring of 2007, signing a contract to play with the Traverse City (Mich.) Beach Bums of the Frontier League. Additionally, Brown is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree at Butler.

Bobby Segal is in his first season as a volunteer assistant with the Butler baseball program. Segal, a former baseball player at Indiana University, is responsible for the catchers, coaches first base and assists with Butler’s offensive strategy. Segal comes to Butler after spending two seasons at Union College (NAIA) in Barbourville, Ky. During his two seasons at Union, Segal helped the team to a 92-30 record and a berth in the 2008 NAIA World Series. In 2009, the team advanced to the first round of the NAIA National Championship. Segal, a three-year letterwinner and Academic All-Big Ten selection at Indiana, graduated from IU in May 2006 with a degree in sport management. He earned his master’s in health/physical education from Union College in May 2009.

Baseball Support Staff

Barry Collier

Jim McGrath

Beth Goetz

Carl Heck

Director of Athletics

Associate AD/ Communications

Associate AD/ Compliance/SWA

Assistant AD/ Facilities & Events

Josh Rattray

Brian Cramer

Sonya Hopkins

Karen Poirier

Assistant SID/ Baseball Contact

Assistant Athletic Trainer/Baseball

Coordinator of Academic Support

Athletic Dept. Secretary

Jim Peal

Ross Bowsher

Strength & Strength & Conditioning Coach Conditioning Coach

John Harding Equipment Manager

Jennifer Johnson Jamey Connor Equipment Manager

Head Groundskeeper

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Returning Players 22 David Dennemann

17 Jamie Feldheiser

6-5 • 190 • Jr. • RHP • R/R Cicero, Ind./Hamilton Heights

6-3 • 190 • Sr. • RHP • R/R Ossian, Ind./Norwell

2009 - Sophomore Season: Made 14 appearances on the mound, making three starts...worked 30.2 innings, registering an 0-2 record...tied for seventh on the team with 19 strikeouts...pitched 2.1 shutout innings at UNLV (March 7)...hurled four scoreless innings and fanned three at Youngstown State (April 4)...started and pitched four innings in Butler’s win at IPFW (April 8)...worked a careerhigh 5.1 innings in start at Cleveland State...pitched two shutout innings vs. Youngstown State (April 26)...pitched a shutout inning at Valparaiso (May 10). 2008 - Freshman Season: Saw action in seven games, including two as a starter...totaled seven strikeouts in 10.1 innings of work...picked up a win in relief at Tennessee Tech (March 16), allowing one hit in a scoreless inning...struck out five and allowed walks in three innings in his first collegiate start against Indiana Tech on April 8. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner...named first team All-Hamilton County and first team All-Noblesville Ledger...also earned all-conference honors...helped team to 2006 sectional championship, the first in the school’s history...played summer baseball for the Indiana Bulls and the Indiana Mustangs...also earned three letters in basketball and four in tennis... named Third Team All-Noblesville Ledger and honorable mention all-county in basketball in 2005...tennis team MVP three seasons...member of Key Club...head coach: Rick Hawley. Personal: Born August 25, 1988...son of Tom and Jenny Hough and Brett and Kristen Dennemann...exploratory major. 2008 2009 TOTAL

G 7 14 21

GS 2 3 5

IP 10.1 30.2 41.0

CG 0 0 0

H 26 48 74

R ER BB 28 25 7 34 30 19 62 55 26

SO 7 19 26

W-L 1-2 0-2 1-4

SV ERA 0 21.77 0 8.80 0 12.07

29 Luke Duncan 6-1 • 170 • Jr. • IF • R/R Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove

2009 - Junior Season: Made 15 appearances, including two starts...had a 2-3 record with a save and pitched 25.2 innings... struck out 15 and walked just five...threw six shutout innings and struck out five to pick up a win against Valparaiso (March 21)... pitched 2.2 effective relief innings to get the win at Cleveland State (April 18)...picked up the save in Butler’s 7-5 win over Eastern Illinois (May 12). 2008 - Sophomore Season: Saw action in 15 contests during the year, starting once...pitched a scoreless 5.0 innings against IPFW (March 25), allowing just one hit and one walk while striking out three...did not allow an earned run for eight straight innings against Indiana Tech, Tennessee Tech and IPFW...allowed a run on two hits in earning the win at Youngstown State on April 19... scored his second win of the year after working 4.2 relief innings at Valparaiso on April 25. 2007 - Freshman Season: Came out of the bullpen in eight of his 10 games pitched...earned the win in his second start of the year, allowing one earned run on five hits in 7.0 innings at Valparaiso (5/1)...tossed a hitless inning of relief at IPFW (5/9). High School: Two-year letterwinner as a pitcher at Norwell High School...earned all-conference honorable mention honors as a junior and all-area honors as a senior...went 8-2 as a junior before going 8-0 his senior year, including a no-hitter...team finished with a 29-2 record, a conference championship and a 3A runner-up showing his senior season...high school coach: Kelby Weybright...also lettered one season in soccer as a goalkeeper...earned conference honorable mention honors as a senior Personal: Born September 2, 1987...son of Richard and Jody Feldheiser...math education major. 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

G 10 15 15 40

GS 2 1 2 5

IP 20.1 32.1 25.2 78.1

CG 1 0 0 1

H 25 52 55 132

R ER BB 18 17 6 32 27 10 33 27 5 83 71 21

SO 5 14 15 34

W-L 2-1 2-3 2-3 6-7

SV 0 0 1 1

ERA 7.52 7.52 9.47 8.16

23 Grant Fillipitch 6-0 • 195 • Jr. • IF • R/R LaGrange, Ill.Lyons Township

2009 - Sophomore Season: Led the Bulldogs with a .308 batting average...also led the team in triples (4) and sacrifices (9)... saw action in 50 games, starting 44...tied for second on the team with 48 hits...scored 25 runs and drove in 22...went 3-for-5 with four RBIs at UNLV (March 7)...had four hits and drove in two vs. IPFW (March 25)...went 2-for-4 with a triple at Wright State (March 27)...went 2-for-5 with a walk and four RBIs at IPFW (April 8)...had three hits and scored twice at Cleveland State (April 18)...went 3-for-4 with two runs vs. Cleveland State (April 25)...had four hits and three runs in a doubleheader vs. Milwaukee (May 14). 2008 - Freshman Season: Played in 32 games, earning starts in six...singled and scored in his first collegiate at bat at Kentucky on Feb. 29...went 2-for-3 against Youngstown State (March 22)...singled and drove in two runs against Marian on April 2...made 22 put outs in the field with only one error. High School: Named to the all-county and all-conference teams...selected to the all-state ballot as a junior...earned the team’s Gold Glove award as a junior...earned academic honors (3.6 GPA or higher) from 2004-06. Personal: Born Jan. 4, 1989...son of Janet and Steve Duncan...business major. 2008 2009 TOTAL

G-GS 32-6 50-44 82-50

AB 37 156 193

R 12 25 37

H 6 48 54

2B 0 3 3

3B 0 4 4

HR 0 0 0

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RBI 2 22 24

BB 1 19 20

SO 12 39 51

SB AVG 1-1 .162 3-5 .308 4-6 .280

Coach Farley on Denney: “Chris is battling his way back from shoulder surgery. He is a good competitor and is anxious to get on the mound and help the team. Chris’ fastball has a natural cut action to it which makes him tough to hit. If he can regain his velocity, he could be an effective relief pitcher for us.” 2009 - Sophomore Season: Named BU’s Team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year…led team with seven home runs, 30 RBIs and 32 runs scored…slugged a team-best .490 and ranked second on the team in batting average (.302) and on-base percentage (.380)…went 2-for-5 with a double and two runs scored at UNLV (March 7)…had two hits and two RBIs at Wright State (March 27)…went 2-for-4 with a homer and two runs at Cleveland State (April 17)…went 2-for-4 with a home run and a walk at CSU (April 18)…went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and a home run vs. Youngstown State…posted 3-for-4 game with two doubles at Valparaiso (May 10)…went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and a home run against Youngstown State (May 19). 2008 - Freshman Season: Finished fourth on the team with a .275 batting average...started in 35 of his 44 games played...tied for third with eight doubles and three homers...ranked fifth with 18 RBI and 42 hits...his .386 slugging percentage was the fourth-best on the squad...was the team’s top hitter in non-league play, finishing with a .288 batting average and 23 hits...tied the school record with five hits in a game against Indiana Tech (April 8)...finished with 11 multi-hit games... was 3-for-4 with a double and five RBI against Wright State (April 11)...went 6-for-15 (.400) with two homers, four runs scored and four RBI in a three-game series at Valparaiso (April 25-26). High School: Named to the all-conference and all-area teams...played in the state all-star game... team captain as a senior...Stevenson Showcase team representative and area leadership conference representative...led team to state tournament...helped two summer league teams to state titles...Illinois State Scholar...four-year member of the honor roll...member of the National Math Honor Society...head coach: George Ushela. Personal: Born Nov. 17, 1988...son of Brenda and John Fillipitch...mechanical engineering major.

Returning Players 2008 2009 TOTAL

G-GS AB 44-35 153 54-52 202 98-87 355

R H 19 42 32 61 51 103

2B 8 17 25

3B 0 0 0

HR 3 7 10

RBI 18 30 48

BB 8 19 27

SO 33 39 72

SB AVG 0-0 .275 1-4 .302 1-4 .290

34 Mike Hernandez 6-1 • 190 • So. • RHP • R/R Crown Point, Ind./Crown Point

2009 - Freshman Season: Named to Horizon League All-Newcomer team...voted by his teammates as BU’s newcomer of the year...led team in wins (3), innings pitched (70.1) and strikeouts (59)...made 17 appearances, including seven starts...pitched 7.0 shutout innings to pick up first college win vs. Wabash (April 7)...struck out nine over 7.0 innings against UIC (April 11)...pitched 7.2 innings and fanned nine at Cleveland State (April 17)...allowed just one run over 7.1 innings to get the win against Youngstown State (April 26)...picked up a win at Cincinnati (May 6)...struck out seven in final start of the year, vs. Wright State (May 20). High School: Posted a 7-1 record and a 3.14 ERA during his senior year at Crown Point High School...helped the team to a 29-3 record as a junior and a 28-5 mark as a senior...the team earned sectional and regional championships both seasons...member of the National Honor Society...head coach: Steve Strayer. Personal: Born April 29, 1990...son of Tricia and Pete Hernandez...marketing major. 2009

G 17

GS 7

IP 70.1

CG 0

H 104

R ER BB 65 55 17

SO 59

W-L 3-3

SV 0

ERA 7.04

27 Nick Hladek 5-9 • 200 • So. • C • R/R Crown Point, Ind./Crown Point

2009 - Freshman Season: Appeared in 12 games, starting eight...scored five runs and drove in two in 28 at-bats...went 1for-3 with a walk and a run vs. Eastern Illinois (Feb. 28)...scored two runs at UNLV (March 7)...went 3-for-4 with a stolen base, a run and an RBI at UNLV (March 7). High School: Four-year letterwinner as a catcher for Crown Point High School...earned all-state honorable mention as a senior...named to the all-conference team...Post Tribune All-Area and Times first team all-area...team captain...tabbed as the team’s Defensive MVP...team went 29-3 his junior season and 28-5 as a senior...helped squad to sectional and regional championships three seasons, including a Final Four appearance in 2008...also lettered three seasons as a defensive end on the football team...team went 31-4 during his three seasons, earning conference championships all three years and a sectional championship in 2006...earned all-state and all-area honors during his career...head coach: Steve Strayer. Personal: Born Sept. 20, 1989...son of Jenny Coy and Raymond Hladek...pharmacy major. 2009

G-GS 12-8

AB 28

R 5

H 6

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 2

BB 3

SO 5

Mike Hernandez was named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team last year. High School: All-conference honoree at St. Charles East High School...team captain...batted .449 with nine home runs, seven doubles and 34 RBI as a senior...team went 18-14 as a junior and 18-13 as a senior...also a team captain and all-conference honoree as a member of the football team...team went 8-2 his junior year and 8-3 his senior year, earning a conference title in 2007. Personal: Born May 7, 1990...son of John and Teri Hoscheit...finance major. 2009

G-GS 26-12

AB 54

R 4

H 10

2B 3

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 6

BB 3

SO 18

SB AVG 0-0 .185

3 Michael Letzter 5-10 • 180 • Jr. • C • R/R Johnsburg, Ill./Johnsburg

SB AVG 1-1 .214

30 Mike Hoscheit 6-0 • 200 • So. • OF • R/R St. Charles, Ill./East 2009 - Freshman Season: Appeared in 26 games, starting 12 in the outfield and at DH...had 10 hits and six RBIs...smacked a two-run double in the season opener at Marian (Feb. 25)...had an RBI double at Kansas State (March 14)...had two sac flies and walked three times.

2009 - Sophomore Season: Started in 45 of the 46 games he played, mainly at catcher...ranked third on the team in batting average (.289), home runs (3) and total bases (64)...was second on the team with a .421 slugging percentage...scored 24 runs and smacked 44 hits...had a .377 on-base percentage and stole two bases...went 2-for-3 with a homer, walk and two RBIs at Kansas State (March 14)...went 2-for-3 with a home run, walk and scored two runs vs. Valparaiso (March 21)...had a 3-for-4 day with a triple and two runs against UIC (April 11)...went 3-for-3 and scored twice vs. Cleveland State (April 25)...went 4-for-9 with four RBIs and two runs in a doubleheader at Milwaukee (May 14). 2008 - Freshman Season: Played in 36 games, including 27 starts...ranked in a third-place tie on the team with three steals...finished tied for seventh on the squad with 12 RBI...boasted a .339 on base percentage...had a six-game hitting streak from March 10-29...totaled four multi-hit games...went 3-for-5 with an RBI against Milwaukee (March 29)...homered and drove in three runs at Valparaiso (April 26).

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Returning Players High School: Earned all-area honors in 2006 and all-area honorable mention honors in 2005... named to the all-conference team in both 2005 and 2006...team MVP as a sophomore and junior...team captain in 2007...Northwest Herald Player of the Week...three-year varsity starter... also played football...named offensive player of the year in 2006...member of the honor roll... Kiwanis Award winner...head coaches: Ed Sennett and Dann Giesey. Personal: Born Jan. 5, 1989...son of Scott and Lori Letzter...business major. 2008 2009 Career

G-GS 36-27 46-45 82-72

AB 97 152 249

R 14 24 38

H 24 44 68

2B 1 7 8

3B 0 2 2

HR 1 3 4

RBI 12 20 32

BB 14 19 33

SO 18 36 54

SB 3-4 2-3 5-7

BA .247 .289 .273

24 Bobby Mosser 6-0 • 180 • Sr. • IF • R/R Lafayette, Ind./Central Catholic

2009 - Junior Season: Played in 36 games and made 30 starts... totaled 10 RBIs, scored nine runs and had eight extra-base hits... had five multi-hit games...hit a home run at UNLV (March 6)...had 2-for-5 games against Purdue and Valparaiso...went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs vs. Eastern Illinois (May 12). 2008 - Sophomore Season: Started in one game before sitting out the remainder of the season as a redshirt. 2007 - Freshman Season: Came off the bench in six of his 10 games played...scored a run against Indiana Tech (3/27)...went 2-for-2 with a pair of runs scored at Wright State (4/10). High School: Four-year letterwinner as a shortstop and third baseman...team captain...earned all-conference and all-state recognition...named the Small School Player of the Year...batted .494 as a senior...helped team to the state championship as a sophomore...high school coach: Tim Bordenet. Personal: Born February 29, 1988...son of Tom and Sandy Mosser...marketing major. 2007 2008 2009 Career

G-GS 10-4 1-1 36-30 47-35

AB 15 3 113 131

R 3 0 9 12

H 2 0 24 26

2B 1 0 6 7

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 0 0 10 10

BB 2 0 7 9

SO 2 1 29 32

SB 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2

BA .133 .000 .212 .198

Bobby Mosser started 30 games in the infield in 2009.

High School: All-conference pitcher at Hamilton Southeastern High School...named all-county and selected to the All-Metro North team...helped high school team win two sectional championships...earned three varsity baseball letters...high school coach: Curry Harden. Personal: Born August 17, 1986...son of Joe and Cathy Ochs...communications major. 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 13 9 12 3 37

GS 3 1 6 2 12

IP 21.2 23.2 34.0 5.1 84.2

R ER BB 17 13 3 11 9 9 19 16 6 17 14 4 64 52 22

SO 5 13 20 3 41

W-L 0-2 2-1 3-1 0-2 5-6

SV ERA 1 5.40 1 3.42 1 4.24 0 23.62 3 5.53

5-11 • 185 • So. • UTIL • R/R Hammond, Ind./Marian Catholic

6-5 • 215 • Sr. • LHP • L/L Noblesville, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern

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H 32 24 38 15 109

10 Brian Padove

12 Joe Ochs

2009 - Redshirt Season: Appeared in three games, pitching 5.1 innings...worked 2.0 innings against Taylor (March 3) and UNLV (March 8)...hurled 1.1 innings at Kansas State (March 14). 2008 - Junior Season: Finished as the team’s leader with three wins on the year...had a streak of 27 consecutive innings spanning nine games without allowing an earned run...did not allow an earned run in 11.2 innings in Horizon League play...held league opponents to a team-low .186 batting average...his 3.33 strikeouts-to-walks ratio (20 strikeouts, six walks) was the best on the squad...started in six of his 12 games...held Indiana Tech scoreless on four hits while striking out three in 3.0 innings of work (March 12)...scattered three hits in five scoreless innings of relief against Milwaukee (March 29)... started and allowed just two hits in four scoreless frames against Dayton (April 23). 2007 - Sophomore Season: Came out of the bullpen in all but one game...allowed just one run and struck out three in 5.0 innings of relief to earn his first win of the year against Marian (3/20)... worked a scoreless inning to notch his second win at Marian (4/24)...held Youngstown State to just one run on five hits in 4.1 innings (4/28)...went four strong innings of relief against YSU in the Horizon League Championship. 2006 - Freshman Season: Came out of the bullpen in all but three of his 13 appearances... earned his first career save in his first appearance against Marian (2/22).

CG 0 0 0 0 0

2009 - Freshman Season: Won team’s Mental Attitude Award... Appeared in 14 games, starting seven times at catcher…smacked an RBI single at Dayton (March 4)…had best game at Cleveland State, going 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI (April 18)…drew an RBI walk at Valpo (May 10). High School: Two-year letterwinner as a catcher and utility player for Marian Catholic High School...team captain and MVP as a senior...earned all-area honorable mention...batted .355 as a junior...team won 31 games his final two years...played on a national runner-up summer baseball team in 2008...head coach: Joe O’Brien. Personal: Born March 25, 1990...son of Burt and Susan Padove...has a sister, Sarah, who played softball at Indiana...helped Crystal Lake Cardinals to a NABF Summer College World Series title in 2009...member of the National Honor Society...Illinois State Scholar...economics major. 2009

G-GS 14-7

AB 31

R 3

H 5

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 3

BB 2

SO 3

SB 0-0

BA .161

Returning Players 9 Griffin Richeson

32 Ryan Salvino

6-0 • 185 • So. • IF • R/R West Lafayette, Ind./Central Catholic

6-3 • 200 • So. • RHP • R/R Burr Ridge, Ill./Nazareth Academy

2009 - Freshman Season: Played in 40 games, making 28 starts in the middle infield...hit .233 with 21 hits and seven RBIs... went 2-for-2 with a double and walked twice vs. Purdue (March 11)...had 2-for-4 day with an RBI single at Wright State (March 27)...walked three times and had two RBIs at IPFW (April 8)...went 5-for-11 with two RBIs in threegame series vs. UIC (April 11-12)...had two hits vs. Cleveland State (April 25)...went 2-for-2 and scored a run at Cincinnati (May 6). High School: Three-time all-state honorable mention honoree as a shortstop at Lafayette Central Catholic...three-time all-conference and four-time all-area team member...team captain...Indiana North All-Star...earned the team’s Significant Player Award...four-year letterwinner...holds the school’s single-season and career records for runs scored, walks and hit-by-pitches...his career figures rank among the top in the state record books, with his run total ranking second, HBP total fourth and walk total ninth...team went a combined 102-25 in his four years on the team, including a 30-5 record and state championship his junior year...head coach: Tim Bordenet...also lettered four years as a running back and defensive back in football and three years as a guard in basketball...two-time all-state honoree in football...three-time all-conference and two-time all-area... three-year team MVP...two-time team captain...team went undefeated in the regular season his final two years...named team captain and defensive player of the year in basketball...National Football Foundation’s Scholar Athlete of the Year. Personal: Born August 29, 1988...son of Todd and Jackie Richeson...member of the National Honor Society...Class Salutatorian...marketing major. 2007 2008 Career

G 35 31 77

AB 103 80 201

R 13 16 31

H 29 23 57

2B 5 0 6

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 0 1

RBI 8 4 12

BB 8 13 23

SO 14 19 38

SB 1-3 0-0 1-3

BA .282 .288 .284

2009 - Freshman Season: Made five relief appearances and one start...had eight strikeouts over 6.2 innings of work...threw a shutout inning at Marian (Feb. 25)...made first career start at Dayton (March 4). High School: Two-year letterwinner as a pitcher at Nazareth Academy...earned honorable mention all-area...team’s pitcher of the year in 2008...selected to the Elite 90 Team of Illinois...also selected to the Stevenson Showcase and to the Blue vs. Grey Classic...represented the school at the fall all-star game...finished his senior season with 54 strikeouts in 52 innings pitched...helped his team to a 23-10 record and the regional championship in 2007... head coach: Lee Milano...played for the Illinois Sparks summer travel team which won the Northern Illinois Tournament. Personal: Born Nov. 16, 1989...son of Coleen and Kevin Salvino.....member of the Honor Roll and all-service team...president of the Hinsdale Hospital Medical Staff Auxiliary Junior Board... biology major. 2009

G 6

GS 1

IP 6.2

CG 0

H 17

R ER BB 12 6 4

SO 8

W-L 1-1

SV ERA 0 8.10

21 Kyle Schultz 5-10 • 225 • Sr. • IF • L/R Granger, Ind./Penn

2009 - Junior Season: Served as a regular starter at first base and third base, playing in 52 games and making 47 starts... ranked fifth on the team in batting average (.268) and slugging percentage (.341)...totaled 29 RBIs and scored 15 runs...tied for second on the team with 10 doubles...had 14 multi-hit and seven multi RBI games, both good for second on the squad...hit his lone home run of the season at Wright State (March 28)...doubled twice and walked twice in season opener vs. Marian (Feb. 25)...drove in three runs vs. Eastern Illinois (Feb. 28)...went 3-for-3 and scored twice against Dayton (March 31)...went 3-for-3 with three runs, three walks and two RBIs at IPFW (April 8). 2008 - Sophomore Season: The squad’s top hitter as a sophomore, boasting a team-high .383 batting average and .471 on base percentage...also tallied a .500 slugging percentage...started in 32 of his 40 games played...batted .477 with a .614 slugging percentage and a .566 on base percentage in non-league games...had a season-long 10-game hitting streak from April 5-20... also posted an eight-game trek from April 23 to May 10...collected hits in 29 of his final 32 games of the season...had 11 multi-hit contests and five multi-RBI games...went 2-for-3 with two doubles and three runs scored and two RBI against Milwaukee (March 29)...was 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored at Cleveland State (April 20)...homered and drove in three runs at Valparaiso (April 25)...finished 4-for-5 with and RBI against Indianapolis (April 29).

Brian Padove, one of three catchers on this year’s roster, helped his summer league team in Illinois to a national championship. Kyle Schultz enters his senior season with a .305 career batting average.

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Returning Players 2007 - Freshman Season: Started in four of his 12 games played...drove in a run on a sacrifice fly at Morehead State (2/25)...singled and scored a run at Dayton (3/21)...had an RBI single at Wright State (4/10)...High School: Lettered three seasons at Penn High School, serving as a pitcher and corner infielder...earned all-conference honors all three years, including conference MVP as a senior...named team MVP after leading the team in hitting...batted .471 with four home runs and 17 doubles as senior...also touted a 9-1 record and a 2.10 ERA as a pitcher...helped team to regional championship as a senior...member of the National Honor Society...high school coach: Greg Dikos. Personal: Born June 23, 1987...son of Karl and Judy Schultz...biology major. G-GS 2007 12-4 2008 40-32 2009 52-47 Career 104-83

AB 16 120 179 315

R 2 13 15 30

H 2 46 48 96

2B 0 8 10 18

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 2 1 3

RBI 2 19 16 37

BB 5 15 12 32

SO 7 15 16 38

SB 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2

BA .125 .383 .268 .305

8 Dom Silvestri 6-5 • 210 • Jr. • LHP • R/R Youngstown, Ohio/Boardman

2009 - Sophomore Season: Made 15 relief appearances... pitched 21.0 innings with 12 strikeouts and 12 walks...pitched a scoreless inning in his first two appearances, against Taylor and UNLV...pitched a career-high 3.1 innings vs. Dayton (March 31)...worked a scoreless inning in win over IPFW (March 25). 2008 - Freshman Season: Sat out due to injury. High School: Two-year letterwinner as a pitcher and first baseman...named to the all-conference squad both seasons...member of the Honor Roll...graduated with honors...head coach: Scott Knox. Personal: Born Jan. 21, 1989...son of Frank and Patty Silvestri...chemistry major. 2009

G 15

GS 0

IP 21.0

CG 0

H 36

R ER BB 20 18 12

SO 12

W-L 0-0

40 Tyler Szymczak 6-1 • 180 • Sr. • RHP • R/R South Bend, Ind./Clay

2009 - Junior Season: Made 17 appearances, 16 coming in relief...went 1-4 with a save...threw 1.2 shutout innings at Dayton (March 4)...struck out three in 3.0 innings of work in Butler’s win over Valparaiso (March 21)...pitched a scoreless inning to pick up the win at IPFW (March 25)...made his lone start and pitched 4.2 innings at Youngstown State (April 5)...pitched a shutout innings vs. Cleveland State (April 25). 2008 - Sophomore Season: Came out of the bullpen in all 13 of his appearances...yielded just one run on one hit in 2.0 innings at Kentucky (March 1)...struck out two and allowed two hits in two scoreless frames at Tennessee Tech (March 16)...struck-out a season-high three batters in 1.2 innings against Youngstown State (March 22)...allowed one run in 2.2 innings at Louisville (March 26). 2007 - Freshman Season: Appeared in five games out of the bullpen...allowed one run on three hits while striking out four in 4.0 innings of work against Indiana Tech (3/27)...tossed a scoreless inning of relief against Indiana State (4/5)...yielded just one earned run in 2.1 innings at Wright State (4/10). High School: Earned two letters as an infielder and pitcher at South Bend Clay High School... named to the all-conference first team as a pitcher... team captain...holds school records with 82 innings pitched and a 1.22 ERA...member of the National Honor Society...high school coach: Chip O’Neil. Personal: Born August 31, 1987...son of Mike and Connie Szymczak...marketing major. 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

G 5 13 17 35

GS 0 0 1 1

IP 9.0 17.0 29.2 55.2

CG 0 0 0 0

H 11 28 44 83

R ER BB 9 8 6 24 22 15 29 27 19 62 57 40

SO 7 13 19 39

W-L 0-0 0-2 1-4 1-6

SV ERA 0 8.00 1 11.65 1 8.19 2 9.22

13 Jared Wagoner

SV ERA 0 7.71

6-2 • 185 • Jr. • RHP • R/R Vincennes, Ind./South Knox

2009 – Sophomore Season: Voted team co-pitcher of the year with Jeff Sinkiewicz…led the Bulldogs in ERA…made 17 appearances, including five starts…tied for second on the team in innings pitched (58.0)…had 46 strikeouts against 22 walks… struck out five over 5.0 innings at UNLV (March 8)…pitched 6.1 innings and struck out a season-high six in a start vs. UIC (April 11)…worked seven innings at Cleveland State (April 18)…fanned five over 7.0 innings against Youngstown State (April 26)…allowed just one run in 3.0 frames and struck out three vs. Youngstown State (May 19). 2008 - Freshman Season: Led the team with 17 appearances, all in relief...allowed one earned run in 3.0 innings at Kentucky (March 1)...had six no-hit scoreless outings during the year, including a two-inning stint against Cleveland State (May 16)...picked up a save at Youngstown State (April 19), working a scoreless one-hit inning...finished with 18 strikeouts and only 10 walks. High School: Four-year letterwinner as a shortstop and pitcher...two-year member of the allconference team and three-year member of the all-area squad...team captain...team finished as sectional champions three seasons and regional champ once...also lettered four years in basketball and once in cross country...academic all-state as a guard and forward...earned all-conference honors three seasons and was named to the all-area team...holds the school record for 3-pointers made in a season and career...finished as the school’s second leading scorer...member of the National Honor Society...head coach: Dave Dunn. Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1989...son of Dean and Linda Wagoner...finance major. 2008 2009 TOTAL After sitting out the 2008 season, Dom Silvestri made 15 appearances in 2009.

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G 17 17 34

GS 0 5 5

IP 24.1 58.0 82.1

CG 0 0 0

H 37 71 108

R ER BB 29 19 10 40 36 22 69 55 32

SO 18 46 64

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

SV 1 0 1

ERA 7.03 5.59 6.01

Returning Players

OFFICIAL TEAM HEADWEAR

AUTHENTICS

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Newcomers 6 Bob Akin

36 Jack Dillon

5-11 • 175 • Fr. • IF • R/R Carmel, Ind./Bishop Chatard

6-3 • 190 • Fr. • 1B • R/R Indianapolis, Ind./Brebeuf Jesuit

High School: Four-year varsity at Bishop Chatard...named second team all-city during junior season...named all-city honorable mention twice...hit .326 with 17 RBI and 12 extra-base hits as a junior in 2008...helped Chatard to 25-4 record and No. 2 ranking in Class 3A as a junior...batted .310 and team won sectional title during 2007 sophomore season...also played wide receiver and defensive back in football, leading team to state championships in 2006 and 2007... earned IFCA All-State honors in football. Personal: Born Oct. 24, 1990...son of Tim and Ginny Akin...accounting major.

28 Chase Byerly 6-5 • 205 • Fr. • RHP • R/R Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw

High School: Three-time letterwinner at Warsaw...named allconference as well as team captain and team MVP...including summer travel ball, he recorded a 21-4 pitching record during junior and senior seasons...played first base and shortstop as well as pitcher...also played three seasons of varsity basketball, helping team to sectional title in 2008...also won tennis sectional and regional championships... high school coach: Mike Hepler. Personal: Born Sept. 7, 1990...son of Sherri Stoller...National Honor Society member and Lilly Scholar...marketing major.

25 Kevin Crane 5-8 • 195 • Jr. • OF • R/R Crete, Ill./Crete-Monee (Parkland J.C.)

Pre-Butler: Played two seasons at Parkland Junior College... earned NJCAA second team All-American honors...batted .352 and led Parkland to the NJCAA DII World Series championship...hit .456 during freshman year at Parkland. High School: Four-time all-area and all-conference player at Crete-Monee...earned all-state honorst as a senior in 2007...named All-Northern Illinois twice. Personal: Born Dec. 20, 1988...son of David and Janet Crane...made Dean’s List at Parkland... finance major.

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High School: Earned three varsity letters at Brebeuf Jesuit... voted all-state honorable mention and All-Marion County... earned a spot in the North-South All-Star Game...led team to 237 record and regional title as a senior...team was 22-8 and won the sectional during junior season...also played basketball and was named third team All-Marion County...selected for County-City and East-West all-star basketball games...named basketball team captain for junior and senior years...high school coach: John Zangrilli. Personal: Born Oct. 5, 1990....son of John and Anne Dillon...National Honor Society member... exploratory business major.

15 Jared Earle 6-1 • 165 • Fr. • RHP • R/R Crawfordsville, Ind./Southmont

High School: Four-year letter winner and two-time team MVP at Southmont...named all-area and all-conference twice...set school records with 169 career strikeouts and a 1.97 ERA...batted .452 with 13 extra-base hits and 22 RBIs as a senior...hit .457 with 22 runs and 19 RBIs as a junior...compiled a 21-game hitting streak during junior season...recorded a 15-8 career record on the mound with 18 complete games and seven saves...set school single-game (19) and season (161) strikeout records...also a four-year letterwinner in tennis...earned all-conference and all-area accolades in tennis. Personal: Born April 5, 1991...son of Tom and Lyn Earle...honor roll student...finance major.

2 Andrew Eckhardt 5-11 • 165 • Fr. • OF • L/R Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty

High School: Earned three varsity letters at Olentangy Liberty... named first team all-conference and second team all-district... earned honorable mention all-state honors...batted .390 as a senior, leading team to a 23-6 record and a conference championship... also competed on the golf team, earning honorable mention all-conference honors twice...earned the school’s Patriot Award for sportsmanship and leadership. Personal: Born March 2, 1991...son of Scott and Cathy Eckhardt...graduated Sigma Cum Laude...earned several scholar-athlete awards in high school, including US Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award...National Honor Society member...major undecided.

Newcomers 16 Pat Gelwicks

11 Jack Krause

6-3 • 175 • Fr. • 1B/OF • L/L Downers Grove, Ill./Benet Academy

6-0 • 180 • Fr. • IF • R/R

High School: Two-time all-conference first baseman...named all-area and first team all-city...batted .406 with three home runs and 28 RBIs as a senior, leading Benet to 20 wins...hit .426 with runners in scoring position...added 13 stolen bases...three-year letterwinner...served as team captain...high school coach: Jeff Bonebrake. Personal: Born Sept. 4, 1990...Robert and Nancy Gelwicks...exploratory business major.

31 Kyle Kramp 6-3 • 195 • Fr. • RHP • R/R Westfield, Ind./Westfield

High School: 2009 Indiana Baseball Coaches Association Player of the Year...named Indianapolis Star All-North Player of the Year...earned all-state and all-conference honors...led Westfield to Class 4A final...went 10-2 with a 1.79 ERA and 101 strikeouts as a senior...tied Westfield’s single-season record with 10 wins...tied school record by throwing two no-hitters...team went 16-14 and won the sectional during his junior year...played one season of varsity basketball...high school coach: Ryan Bunnell. Personal: Born Dec. 23, 1990...son of Dave and Lisa Kramp...selected in the 45th round of the 2009 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants...exploratory business major.

Homewood, Ill./Marian Catholic (Triton J.C.) Pre-Butler: Played two seasons at Triton College in Illinois, leading the team to a regional championship in 2009...batted .374 at Triton in 2008 and hit .357 as a sophomore the next season... attended Marian Catholic High School, where he named team MVP after hitting .400 with five home runs as a senior...voted allconference and all-area...also an all-conference quarterback at Marian Catholic...high school coach: Joe O’Brien. Personal: Born Feb. 24, 2010...son of Mike and Judy Krause...communication major.

14 Billy Laing 6-5 • 165 • Fr. • RHP • R/R Lake Bluff, Ill./Lake Forest

High School: Two-year letterwinner at Lake Forest...captured all-conference honors and was named second team all-area... posted a 1.98 ERA and 64 strikeouts as a senior...registered a 2.50 ERA during junior season...high school coach: Tom Myers. Personal: Born Dec. 28, 1990...son of Bill and Candy Laing...an honor roll student in high school...exploratory business major.

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Newcomers 37 Joel Leichty

18 David Suffern

6-3 • 170 • Fr. • RHP • R/R Mason, Ohio/Cincinnati Hills

6-1 • 200 • Fr. • RHP • R/R

High School: Three-year letterwinner who led his team to three consecutive conference titles...went 6-2 with 37 strikeouts in 35 innings as a senior...r ecorded 3-0 record with one save as a junior...served as team captain his senior year...high school coach: Larry Redwine. Personal: Born Feb. 25, 1991...son of Keith and Mary Leichty...

High School: Two-time all-conference player...led team to a pair of regional championships...won 13 games and had a 2.02 ERA as a senior...compiled 159 strikeouts against 38 walks over 118 innings during final two varsity seasons...named team captain. Personal: Born March 28, 1991...son of John and Margie Suffern...marketing major.

Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard South

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7 Corey Moylan 6-2 • 175 • Jr. • OF • R/R Glenview, Ill./Glenbrook South (Vermont) Pre-Butler: Played two seasons at Vermont before the Catamounts dropped varsity baseball...batted .312 with four homers, 34 RBIs and 12 stolen bases as a sophomore in 2009... appeared in 16 games as a freshman, hitting .259 with a pair of home runs and eight RBIs. High School: Named all-conference and all-area as a senior in 2007...voted as Glenbrook South’s most improved player...earned two letters in football and was named the team’s special teams player of the year. Personal: Born March 2, 1989...son of Dan and Janis Moylan...named to America East Honor Roll while at Vermont...finance major.

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4 Kyle Waggoner 5-10 • 160 • Jr. • OF • L/L Brownsburg, Ind./Brownsburg (Indiana)

Pre-Butler: Tranferred to Butler from Indiana University. High School: Earned honorable mention all-state and all-conference honors...batted .467 with five home runs as a senior... helped team to state championship as a sophomore in 2005... team was state runner-up his freshman year...earned four letters in baseball and three in football...named academic all-state in football...high school coach: Pat O’Neil. Personal: Born Oct. 19, 1988...son of Jeff and Kelly Waggoner...political science major.

2009 Statistics and Results Player Luke Duncan Grant Fillipitch Michael Letzter Colin Ziegel Kyle Schultz Blaine DeCamp Rick Betsch Alex Montagano Jason Jimmerson Griffin Richeson Nick Hladek Bobby Mosser ---------Mike Hoscheit Steve Kaffel Brian Padove Tim Matheson Steve Darragh Tim Conroy Austin Nickol Totals Opponents

AVG .308 .302 .289 .277 .268 .263 .252 .244 .236 .233 .214 .212

GP GS 50 44 54 52 46 45 50 46 52 47 26 21 47 42 45 35 45 42 40 28 12 8 36 30

.185 .182 .161 .125 .098 .000 .000 .253 .350

Pitcher Jared Wagoner Jeff Sinkiewicz Ryan Kruszka Mike Hernandez Matt Sokolowski ---------Tyler Tepe Dom Silvestri Ryan Salvino Tyler Szymczak David Denneman Jamie Feldheiser Chris Denney Evan DePotter Joe Ochs Totals Opponents

ERA 5.59 6.05 6.75 7.04 7.24 7.59 7.71 8.10 8.19 8.80 9.47 13.50 13.80 23.62 7.59 3.61

AB 156 202 152 173 179 76 155 131 144 90 28 113

2009 Butler Baseball Statistics

H 48 61 44 48 48 20 39 32 34 21 6 24

2B 3 17 7 4 10 2 5 2 10 2 0 6

3B HR 4 0 0 7 2 3 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

26 12 54 18 13 55 14 7 31 23 3 16 18 10 41 4 0 3 1 1 2 54 54 1801 54 54 1970

4 10 0 10 3 5 7 2 4 4 0 0 0 0 236 456 451 690

3 3 0 0 0 0 0 74 112

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 24

W 0 1 2 3 1

GS CG SHO CBO SV 5 0 0 1 0 11 0 0 0 1 7 1 0 0 3 7 0 0 1 0 12 0 0 0 0

L APP 5 17 6 16 5 18 3 17 8 16

1 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 2 13 41 41 13

13 15 6 17 14 15 2 10 3 54 54

R 25 32 24 17 15 17 30 10 15 19 5 9

1 0 1 1 3 2 0 2 2 54 54

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

RBI 22 30 20 26 29 7 16 13 14 7 2 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 39

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 2 13

TB SLG% 59 .378 99 .490 64 .421 64 .370 61 .341 25 .329 44 .284 36 .275 49 .340 23 .256 6 .214 35 .310

6 6 3 1 1 0 0 213 393

13 13 5 2 4 0 0 602 967

.241 .236 .161 .125 .098 .000 .000 .334 .491

IP 58.0 58.0 48.0 70.1 59.2

H 71 79 65 104 89

R 40 51 39 65 58

21.1 21.0 6.2 29.2 30.2 25.2 3.1 15.0 5.1 452.2 473.1

32 36 17 44 48 55 4 31 15 690 456

20 20 12 29 34 33 5 28 17 451 236

BB HBP SO 19 0 39 19 7 39 19 3 36 14 6 61 24 2 37 5 1 26 32 6 20 11 4 21 14 5 26 14 3 25 3 0 5 7 4 29

3 3 2 7 2 0 1 199 174 ER 36 39 36 55 48

0 1 0 0 3 0 0 45 60

18 21 3 7 16 1 1 431 346

GDP 2 1 2 6 6 3 1 1 4 1 1 2

OB% .379 .380 .377 .352 .359 .313 .397 .320 .321 .352 .290 .278

0 3 0 1 1 0 0 35 25

.220 .233 .212 .391 .196 .000 .333 .340 .414

SF 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 2

SH 9 1 2 1 3 1 3 3 3 5 1 0

2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 33 30 36

BB 22 13 24 17 14

SO 46 40 43 59 51

2B 3B 10 0 11 5 10 4 17 2 17 2

HR 7 6 1 2 5

18 7 18 12 6 4 27 19 30 19 27 5 5 3 23 11 14 4 382 174 190 199

15 12 8 19 19 15 2 14 3 346 431

5 1 5 1 4 0 5 0 5 3 11 2 0 1 7 3 5 0 112 24 74 9

5 1 1 2 3 4 0 1 1 39 18

SB 3 1 2 6 0 5 9 9 3 1 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 37 51 97 122

AB B/Avg 227 .313 252 .313 197 .330 305 .341 261 .341 100 98 35 123 133 123 13 73 30 1970 1801

ATT 5 4 3 7 0 6 12 12 3 3 1 2

.320 .367 .486 .358 .361 .447 .308 .425 .500 .350 .253

PO A E FLD% 89 2 2 .978 63 144 21 .908 250 31 9 .969 86 1 10 .897 238 48 8 .973 9 1 0 1.000 74 0 2 .974 74 0 2 .981 47 102 9 .943 39 80 10 .922 28 4 2 .941 30 32 6 .912 27 0 1 17 1 0 54 3 0 10 0 0 9 21 4 3 0 1 8 1 0 1358 571 98 1420 546 56

WP HBP 5 5 1 2 10 8 15 9 10 5 3 2 2 10 5 2 2 4 0 71 47

3 3 2 4 5 4 2 5 3 60 45

.964 1.000 1.000 1.000 .882 .750 1.000 .952 .972

BK SFA SHA 1 5 7 0 3 2 3 2 4 0 4 5 1 3 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 9 4

0 1 0 4 1 5 0 1 1 30 16

1 2 0 3 0 4 0 0 1 36 33

2009 Butler Baseball Results (13-41, 6-20 Horizon League) Date Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 3 March 4 March 6 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 11 March 13 March 14 March 14 March 15 March 18 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 25 March 27 March 27 March 28 March 31 April 1 April 4 April 4 April 5 April 7 April 8

Opponent at Marian at Evansville vs. Eastern Illinois TAYLOR at Dayton at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV PURDUE at Kansas State at Kansas State at Kansas State at Kansas State at Indiana State VALPARAISO* VALPARAISO* VALPARAISO* IPFW at Wright State* at Wright State* at Wright State* DAYTON FRANKLIN at Youngstown State* at Youngstown State* at Youngstown State* WABASH at IPFW

Result Innings W, 12-2 9 L, 10-1 9 L, 7-6 9 L, 7-3 9 L, 13-5 9 L, 9-2 9 L, 19-10 9 L, 24-5 9 L, 14-2 9 L, 12-3 9 L, 8-4 9 L, 14-2 9 L, 15-3 9 L, 13-2 9 L, 23-3 9 L, 14-1 9 L, 10-5 9 W, 5-2 9 W, 7-6 9 L, 7-0 9 W, 4-3 9 L, 6-4 9 L, 10-4 5 L, 6-2 9 L, 6-1 9 L, 12-2 9 L, 8-4 9 W, 5-0 9 W, 18-7 9

Pitcher of Record Salvino (1-0) Kruszka (0-1) Wagoner (0-1) Denney (0-1) Salvino (1-1) Kruszka (0-2) Sokolowski (0-1) Sinkiewicz (0-1) Ochs (0-1) Kruszka (0-3) Sokolowski (0-2) Wagoner (0-2) Ochs (0-2) Sinkiewicz (0-2) Dennemann (0-1) Sokolowski (0-3) Sinkiewicz (0-3) Feldheiser (1-0) Szymczak (1-0) Sokolowski (0-4) Kruszka (1-3) Feldheiser (1-1) DePotter (0-1) Sokolowski (0-5) Kruszka (1-4) Sinkiewicz (0-4) Szymczak (1-1) Hernandez (1-0) Kruszka (2-4)

Time 3:00 2:42 3:25 3:00 3:02 2:20 3:20 3:10 2:40 3:35 2:36 2:42 2:35 2:33 2:38 2:51 2:51 2:38 2:56 2:16 2:29 2:25 1:37 2:00 2:14 2:34 2:37 2:05 3:05

Date April 11 April 11 April 12 April 16 April 17 April 18 April 18 April 22 April 25 April 25 April 26 April 26 May 6 May 6 May 9 May 9 May 10 May 10 May 12 May 14 May 14 May 15 May 19 May 20 May 21

Opponent UIC* UIC* UIC* SIU-Edwardsville at Cleveland State* at Cleveland State* at Cleveland State* at Purdue CLEVELAND STATE* CLEVELAND STATE* YOUNGSTOWN STATE* YOUNGSTOWN STATE* at Cincinnati at Cincinnati MILWAUKEE* MILWAUKEE* at Valparaiso* at Valparaiso* EASTERN ILLINOIS at Milwaukee* at Milwaukee* at Milwaukee* vs. Youngstown State# vs. Wright State# vs. Valparaiso

Result L, 4-1 L, 4-2 L, 17-5 L, 7-1 L, 5-3 L, 5-4 W, 9-8 L, 18-4 L, 10-5 W, 12-6 W, 4-1 L, 6-5 W, 5-3 L, 6-3 L, 3-2 W, 7-6 L, 6-3 L, 7-6 W, 7-5 L, 6-5 L, 7-6 L, 6-0 W, 7-6 L, 8-3 L, 4-2

Innings 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Pitcher of Record Wagoner (0-3) Hernandez (1-1) Kruszka (2-5) Sinkiewicz (0-5) Hernandez (1-2) Szymczak (1-2) Feldheiser (2-1) Wagoner (0-4) Sinkiewicz (0-6) Sokolowski (1-5) Hernandez (2-2) Feldheiser (2-2) Hernandez (3-2) Szymczak (1-3) Szymczak (1-4) DePotter (1-1) Sokolowski (1-6) Feldheiser (2-3) Tepe (1-0) Wagoner (0-5) Dennemann (0-2) Sokolowski (1-7) Sinkiewicz (1-6) Hernandez (3-3) Sokolowski (1-8)

Attend 2:28 2:37 3:08 2:23 2:33 2:55 3:01 2:44 3:01 2:38 2:33 2:59 2:04 2:07 2:32 2:45 2:55 2:38 2:38 2:21 2:59 2:23 2:43 2:23 2:15

Home games in BOLD CAPS * Horizon League game # Horizon League Championship (Lorain, Ohio)

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Summer Baseball Each summer, Butler baseball players compete in some of the top collegiate wood bat summer leagues in the country, in cluding the famous Cape Cod Baseball League.

Former Bulldog and current Minnesota Twins pitcher Pat Neshek helped his Wareham squad to the 2001 Cape Cod League Championship.

Pat Neshek pitched in the 2001 Cape Cod League All-Star Game, held at Fenway Park in Boston.

Former Butler pitcher Ryan Kruszka played for the Cincinnati Steam team that won the 2008 Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League Championship.

Former Butler infielder Joe Pauley helped his summer league team to the Stan Musial World Series title in 2007.

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Current Bulldogs Corey Moylan, Mike Hoscheit and Brian Padove led the Crystal Lake Cardinals to the 2009 NABF Summer College World Series championship in Toledo, Ohio.

Former pitcher Jon Dages (left) was named the Valley League Pitcher of the Year while playing for the Waynesboro Generals in 2007. Another former BU pitcher, Jeff Sinkiewicz, helped the Generals to the division title in 2008.

Butler Records Individual Hitting Records

Team Hitting Records

Batting Average, Season: .............................................................. .426, Justin Keever, 1999 Batting Average, Career: ........................................................... .359, Dale Mueller, 2002-05 Games Played, Season: .........................................................................60, Paul Beck, 2003 Games Played, Career: .............................................................. 210, Eddie Olszta, 1998-01 At-Bats, Season:..................................................................................217, Jeff Brown, 2006 At Bats, Career: ...........................................................................785, Dale Mueller, 2002-05 Runs, Game: ................................................................. 5, Jim Mitchell vs. Anderson, 4/6/45 ........................................................................................Curt Thompson vs. Marian, 5/14/70 Runs, Season: ................................................................................... 59, Eddie Olszta, 1999 Runs, Career: ..............................................................................150, Dale Mueller, 2002-05 Hits, Game:..........................................................5, Tom Harding vs. Indiana Central, 5/4/38 ....................................................................................... Andrew Cornell vs. Dayton, 3/29/92 ................................................................................................Matt Merica vs. Detroit, 4/5/92 .................................................................................Matt Bartley vs. Cleveland State, 4/6/97 ......................................................................................David Carr vs. Indiana Tech, 4/13/99 .............................................................................................Luke Murphy vs. IUPUI, 4/27/99 ............................................................................................ Dale Mueller vs. Detroit, 5/16/03 .......................................................................................Jeff Brown vs. Illinois State, 3/12/04 ..................................................................... Dale Mueller vs. Wright State, 5/14/04 (13 inn.) .................................................................................... Dustin Bucalo vs. Milwaukee, 5/18/07 ..................................................................................Grant Fillipitch vs. Indiana Tech, 4/8/08 .............................................................................................Blaine DeCamp at IPFW, 4/8/09 Hits, Season: ......................................................................................81, Dale Mueller, 2003 Hits, Career: ................................................................................282, Dale Mueller, 2002-05 RBIs, Game: .............................................................8, David Carr vs. Indiana Tech, 4/13/99 ................................................................................................. Paul Beck vs. Bradley, 3/8/03 RBIs, Season:........................................................................................74, Eric Storey, 1999 RBIs, Career: ................................................................................. 171, Eric Storey, 1997-00 Doubles, Game:......................................................... 3, Patrick Hogan vs. Anderson, 4/6/45 ..........................................................................................Bob Yeary vs. Augustana, 3/31/83 ...................................................................................... Joe Segarra vs. Jacksonville, 3/9/84 ............................................................................................Matt Merica vs. Franklin, 4/26/92 .................................................................. Jeremy Sinsabaugh vs. Cleveland State, 3/29/98 ......................................................................................David Carr vs. Indiana Tech, 4/13/99 ............................................................................ Dale Mueller vs. Western Michigan, 3/6/04 .............................................................................................Jeff Brown at Ball State, 4/14/04 ................................................................................................. Andy Bulla at Detroit, 4/18/04 Doubles, Season: .......................................19, Mike Maslowski, 1997; Justin Beasley, 1998 Doubles, Career: ...............................................................54, Jeremy Sinsabaugh, 1998-01 Triples, Game: ..................................................... 3, Mark Allanson vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/22/88 Triples, Season: .................................................................................9, Justin Beasley, 1996 Triples, Career: ...........................................................................18, Justin Beasley, 1995-98 Home Runs, Game: ................................... 3, Gordon Hansen vs. SE Missouri State, 3/8/83 .......................................................................................... Joe Pauley at Valparaiso, 4/26/08 Home Runs, Season: ............................................................................21, Eric Storey, 1999 Home Runs, Career:........................................................................ 43, Eric Storey, 1997-00 Slugging Percentage, Season: ......................................................762, Justin Beasley, 1998 Slugging Percentage, Career: ..................................................634, Justin Beasley, 1995-98 Total Bases, Game: ................................. 13, Gordon Hansen vs. SE Missouri State, 3/8/83 .......................................................................................... Joe Pauley at Valparaiso, 4/26/08 Total Bases, Season: ...........................................................................148, Eric Storey, 1999 Total Bases, Career: .................................................................392, Justin Beasley, 1995-98 Bases on Balls, Game: .....................................................5, Jim Mitchell vs. Purdue 4/21/45 .......................................................................................... Nick Heiny vs. Evansville, 4/11/59 .........................................................................................Greg Crawford vs. Franklin, 5/2/81 Bases on Balls, Season:......................................................................46, Greg Ready, 1981 Bases on Balls, Career: ..........................................................134, Tony Primavera, 1976-79 Hit by Pitch, Game:............................................................. 3, Paul Beck vs. Detroit, 5/25/02 Hit by Pitch, Season: ................................................................................9, Paul Beck, 2003 ......................................................................................................................Jeff Albert, 2003 ......................................................................................................Stephen Gill, 2004 & 2006 Hit by Pitch, Career: .....................................................................23, Jeff Steele, 1999-2002 Sacrifices, Game: ...................................................... 3, Don Campbell vs. DePauw, 4/26/50 Sacrifices, Season: .............................................................................11, Luke Murphy, 1997 .................................................................................................................... Joe Pauley, 2006 .....................................................................................................................Ryan Neat, 2007 Sacrifices, Career: ........................................................................ 31, Luke Murphy, 1997-00 Stolen Bases, Game:........................................................ 6, Bob Yeary vs. Franklin, 4/25/85 Stolen Bases, Season: ................................................................. 36, Bruce Stephens, 1988 Stolen Bases, Career: ........................................................... 101, Bruce Stephens, 1985-88 Longest Hitting Streak ..................................................................... 24, Steve Mitchell, 1977

Batting Average, Season: .......................................................................................325, 1982 Slugging Percentage, Season: ...............................................................................485, 1998 Games Played, Season: ...........................................................................................61, 2003 At-Bats, Season:..................................................................................................1,992, 2006 Runs, Game: .........................................................................33, vs. Cleveland State, 4/6/97 Runs, Season: ........................................................................................................388, 1999 RBIs, Game: ..........................................................................29, vs. Cleveland State, 4/6/97 RBIs, Season:.........................................................................................................342, 1999 Hits, Game:............................................................................33, vs. Cleveland State, 4/6/97 Hits, Season: ..........................................................................................................549, 2004 Doubles, Game:............................................................................. 9, vs. Milwaukee, 5/27/04 Doubles, Season: ...................................................................................................107, 2005 Triples, Game: ................................................................... 5, vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.), 3/22/88 Triples, Season: ........................................................................................................28, 1995 Home Runs, Game: ................................................................6 vs. Morehead State, 2/21/98 ............................................................................................................vs. Valparaiso, 4/26/08 Home Runs, Season: ...............................................................................................56, 1998 Total Bases, Game: ...............................................................61, vs. Cleveland State, 4/6/97 Total Bases, Season: ..............................................................................................841, 2000 Bases on Balls, Game: ................................................................. 20, vs. Evansville, 4/11/59 ................................................................................................................. vs. Franklin, 5/2/81 Bases on Balls, Season:.........................................................................................281, 1981 Stolen Bases, Game:......................................12, vs. St. Louis, 4/22/89; vs. Marian, 4/26/00 Stolen Bases, Season: ...........................................................................................120, 2000

Dale Mueller holds school records for career batting average (.359) as well as hits in a single season (81) and career (282).

John Corcoran won a school-record 12 games in 2002 to earn Horizon League CoPitcher of the Year honors.

Coaching Records

Coach Dr. Walter Kelly John McKay Cullen Thomas Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle George Clark Willie McGill Hugh Middlesworth Walter Floyd Frank “Pop” Hedden Tom Warner Scott Neat Steve Farley Totals

Years 5 1 8 41 1 2 1 1 1 4 17 18 100

Won 7 1 10 323 9 13 9 3 6 58 278 440 1,157

Lost Tied 21 1 6 0 23 1 303 3 4 1 9 1 10 0 3 0 7 0 64 0 384 3 536 1 1,370 11

Pct. .259 .143 .309 .516 .679 .587 .474 .500 .462 .475 .421 .451 .458

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Team Pitching Records

Games Won, Season: .................................................................... 12, John Corcoran, 2002 Games Won, Career:..................................................................... 25, Steve Magill, 1996-99 Winning Percentage, Season: .............................................. 1.000 (6-0), Tom Ehrsam, 1958 Winning Percentage, Career: ...................................................... .690, Rick Sorrell, 1980-83 Lowest ERA, Season:................................................................... 1.31, Steve Clayton, 1974 Lowest ERA, Career: ............................................................... 2.36, Steve Clayton, 1971-74 Games Pitched, Season: .................................................................... 26, Steve Magill, 1998 Games Pitched, Career: ................................................................ 77, Steve Magill, 1996-99 Complete Games, Season: ........................................................... 10, Scott Metzinger, 1993 .............................................................................................................. John Corcoran, 2002 Complete Games, Career:..................................................................26, Bob Kent, 1985-88 Innings Pitched, Season: ........................................................... 106.0, John Corcoran, 2002 Innings Pitched, Career: ........................................................... 309.1, Steve Magill, 1996-99 Strikeouts, Game: ........................................................... 18, Pat Neshek vs. Detroit, 4/15/01 Strikeouts, Season: ............................................................................118, Pat Neshek, 2001 Strikeouts, Career:........................................................................ 280, Pat Neshek, 2000-02 Saves, Season: ..................................................................................8, Luke Behning, 2004 Saves, Career:.............................................................................. 11, Neal Walther, 1998-01 Consecutive Scoreless Innings ...................................................... 31, John Corcoran, 2002 No-Hitters (6) ..............................................................Norm Ellenberger vs. DePauw, 5/5/54 ...............................................................................................Don Dunker vs. Taylor, 4/18/68 .............................................................................................Grady Feller vs. Franklin, 5/1/80 ......................................................................................Steve Magill vs. Wright State, 4/4/99 ............................................................................................ Aaron Phillips vs. IPFW, 3/24/02 ....................................................................................Craig Costello vs. Milwaukee, 4/10/04 One-Hitters (20): Rick Sorrell, 1981, 1983 (2) Norm Ellenberger, 1951 Tim King, 1982 Frank Huff, 1957 (2) Bob Kent, 1987 Charlie Smith, 1959 Andy Mouch, 1995 Ron Iwema, 1965 Ryan Harber, 1998 Steve Clayton, 1972 Aaron Phillips, 2003 Harry Muta, 1975 Josh Rudolfi, 2003 George Gabor, 1977 Jon Olson/Ryan Chenoweth, 2003 Steve Mitchell, 1978 Mark Johnson, 1981 Tim Linville, 1982

Most Complete Games, Season:..............................................................................38, 1979 Most Innings Pitched, Season: ............................................................................498.2, 2006 Most Strikeouts, Season:........................................................................................377, 2001 Most Saves, Season:................................................................................................17, 2004 Lowest ERA, Season:............................................................................................2.29, 1974

Team Fielding Records Most Putouts, Season: ........................................................................................1,480, 2003 Most Assists, Season: ............................................................................................627, 2001 Most Errors, Season: .................................................................................... 111, 1999; 2000 Highest Fielding Percentage, Season: ...................................................................965, 1990

Miscellaneous Team Records Most Wins in a Season ...................................................................................34, 2002, 2003 Most Losses in a Season .........................................................................................41, 2009 Longest Winning Streak .......................7, 1953; 1981; 1993; 1994; 1998; 2000; 2002, 2003 Consecutive Winning Seasons ..............................................................................4, 1978-81 Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons ........................................................................5, 1924-28 Consecutive Losing Seasons ................................................................................8, 1982-89 Highest Winning Percentage .................................... .706, (12-5 in 1938 and 24-10 in 1974) Longest Game ................................................15 innings vs. Detroit, 1992; vs. Marian, 1998

Team Championships 1969 Indiana Collegiate Conference 1974 Indiana Collegiate Conference 1979 Heartland Collegiate Conference 1980 Heartland Collegiate Conference 1996 Midwestern Collegiate Conference* 1998 Midwestern Collegiate Conference*# 1999 Midwestern Collegiate Conference* 2000 Midwestern Collegiate Conference# *--Regular season. #--Tournament.

Year-by-Year Results Year 1901 1902 1904 1905 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1918 1919 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936

W-L-T 1-2 4-3 1-6-1 1-5 0-5 1-6 1-5 2-2 1-3-1 3-1 0-2 1-3 0-3 2-4 4-5 11-4 3-4 13-9 14-7 9-6 3-3 9-4-1 6-7-1 7-2 3-4 3-7-1 2-5 7-10

Coach Dr. Walter Kelly Dr. Walter Kelly Dr. Walter Kelly Dr. Walter Kelly Dr. Walter Kelly John McKay Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Cullen Thomas Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle George Clark Willie McGill Willie McGill Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle

Year 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

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W-L-T 5-12 12-4 10-7 7-7 7-7 9-10 3-3 6-7 6-6 9-6 11-7 10-5 9-10 10-7 8-8 9-4 11-8 5-11-1 7-9 11-5-1 9-9 10-6 6-9 5-10 9-6 11-8 7-9 9-10

Coach Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Hugh Middlesworth Walter Floyd Frank “Pop” Hedden Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle

Year 1966 1967 1968 1969

W-L-T 6-9 9-13 8-10 12-5

Coach Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

3-12 7-17 13-17 14-20 24-10

Paul D. “Tony” Hinkle Tom Warner Tom Warner Tom Warner Tom Warner

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

20-14 15-25 17-22 20-14 26-11

Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat

1980

22-17

Scott Neat

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

24-23-2 16-22 8-22 10-18 16-26 12-25 11-21-1 15-26 12-32

Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat Scott Neat

(1969 Co-Indiana Collegiate Conference Champs)

(1974 Co-Indiana Collegiate Conference Champs)

(1979 Heartland Collegiate Conference Champs) (1980 Heartland Collegiate Conference champs)

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

W-L-T 18-30 16-36 18-35 27-27-1 27-29 22-27 26-21

Coach Scott Neat Scott Neat Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley

18-32 33-21

Steve Farley Steve Farley

29-27

Steve Farley

31-28

Steve Farley

25-30 34-23 34-27 29-30 19-35 21-36 22-33 12-34 13-41

Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley Steve Farley

(1996 MCC Regular-Season Champs)

(1998 MCC Regular-Season, Tournament Champs)

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

(1999 MCC Regular-Season Champs) (2000 MCC Tournament Champs)

Totals (100 yrs.) 1,157-1,370-11 (.458)

All-Time Letterwinners A Ackermann, Tom - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Adams - 1909,10 Adams, Ron - 1963, 64 Agnew, R.L. - 1915 Albert, Jeff, 2002, 03 Alexander, Harry - 1921* Allanson, Mark - 1987, 88, 89 Allee, Regan, 2001 Alsop, Charles - 1951 Alvis, Greg - 1973 Anthony, J. Leslie - 1904 Araujo, Gabriel - 2006 Araujo, Renato - 2006 Arnett, Sam - 1932, 33 Athan, Rex - 1957, 58 B Bailey, Maxwell - 1911 Bain, Paul - 1947, 48 Baird, Frank - 1932, 33, 34 Bajer, Brian - 2008 Baker, Bruce - 1914 Baker, Charles - 1891 Baldridge, W.H. - 1888 Baldwin, Tony - 1991, 92, 93, 94* Baliga, Joe - 1974, 75, 77 Barnes, Tony - 2004, 05, 06, 07* Barnett, Carl - 1904 Barnett, Charles - 1904 Bartle, Joe - 1942 Bartley, Matt - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Batton, Ralph - 1908 Batts, Roscoe - 1934, 35 Bayha, Dan - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Beasley, Justin - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Beck, Paul - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Beer, Eric - 1995 Behning, Luke, 2003, 04 Belland, Jon, 2003 Berglund, Brent - 1990, 91, 92, 93* Betsch, Rick - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Birge, Donald - 1945 Bivin, James - 1945 Blackaby, Inman - 1936, 38 Blackburn, George - 1946, 47, 48 Blackburn, Mike - 1982, 83, 84 Blacker, Rex - 1939 Blakeley, Tim - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Blanford, R. - 1921 Bledsoe, Gary - 1984, 85, 86* Blessing, Bob - 1922, 24* Blount, Charles - 1888 Boa, Andy - 1936, 38 Bohon, Randy - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Bokowy, Bryan - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Booz, Kenneth - 1932 Boston - 1909 Braden, Harold - 1939 Bradford, Jack - 1947, 48 Breving, Mark - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Bridich, Nick - 2000, 01, 02 Briski, Paul - 1993, 94, 95 Bristley, Norm - 1970, 71, 72, 73 Broderick, Bernie - 1941, 42 Browder, Cliff - 1909, 10, 12 Brown, Jeff - 2002, 03, 04, 06 Brown, Mark - 1904 Brown, Max - 1935 Brown, P.E. - 1921-22 Brown, Pat - 1984 Brunty, John - 1996 Bucalo, Dustin - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Buczkowski, Matt - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Buergler, Louis - 1947, 48, 49 Bugara, Kris - 1994, 95 Bugher, Dan - 1983, 84, 85 Buis, John - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Bulla, Andy, 2003, 04 Bunnell, Kermit - 1933 Burdette, Cody - 1936, 38 Burdette, Doug - 1964 Burke, Jim - 1991, 1992 Butler, George - 1942, 48 Byzet, Matt - 2004, 05, 07 C Cain, Brian - 1994 Campbell, Dick - 1951, 52, 53, 54* Campbell, Don - 1950, 51, 52 Cantor, Chad - 1994 Caporale, Egidio - 1960 Carbon, Frank - 1938, 39, 40* Carmichael, Bruce - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Carr, Andy - 1962, 63, 64 Carr, David - 1999, 2002 Carter, Andrew - 1992

Catt, Howie - 1943 Chenoweth, Ryan, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Chickedantz, Harry - 1933 Chignoli, Marc - 1993, 94* Chomicz, Ricky - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Ciganovich, Pete - 1967, 68, 69 Clarke, Brian - 1998, 99 Clayton, Steve - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Cline, Fred - 1933, 35, 36 Clinkenbeard, Josh - 2002, 03 Closser, Jerry - 1976 Clouser, Frank - 1964 Coffee, Rafhael - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Collinsworth, Brent - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Combs, Jason - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Compton, Leroy (Dee) - 1945, 46, 47 Connor, Brian - 1993 Constantino, Silvio - 1938, 39 Cook, Arthur - 1945, 47 Cook, G. - 1895, 96 Cook, Homer - 1895, 96 Cook, Homer T. - 1904 Cooper, Larry - 1965, 66, 67 Corbett, Norvel - 1936 Corcoran, John - 1999, 00, 01, 02 Cornell, Andrew - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Costas, Spero - 1935, 36 Costello, Craig - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Cox, Kyle - 2006, 07 Craig, Kenneth - 1968, 70 Craver, Jim - 1967, 68, 69 Crawford, Dave - 1964, 65, 66 Crawford, Greg - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Crews, Matt, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Cruse, Glen - 1908, 09 Cullum - 1891 Cunningham, John - 1895, 86, 99 Cunnington, Jeff - 1985, 86, 87 Curless, Garrett - 2007, 08 Curry, Jim - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Curry, Mike - 1980, 81 D Dages, Jon - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Daniels, Elvin - 1908 Daniels, Fred - 1914 Dannenbrink, Kurt - 1986 Darragh, Steve - 2008, 09 Dattilo, Franco - 1998, 99, 00 Davidson, Frank - 1891 Davis, Bert - 1932, 33, 34 Davis, Fred - 1951, 52, 54 Davis, J.Q. - 1895, 96 Davis, Jeff - 1965, 66, 67 Day, Jonathan - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Dearing, Scott - 1985, 86, 87 DeCamp, Blaine - 2009 Deeb, Clayton - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Deiter, Phil - 1992, 93 Demlow, Jack - 1943 Dempsey, Joe - 2004, 05, 06, 07* Dennemann, David - 2008, 09 Denney, Chris - 2008, 09 DePotter, Evan - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Deter, Brian - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Dickson, Jim - 1992 Diederich, Ed - 1921, 22 Dierolf, Rich - 1971, 72 Diersing, Scott - 1989 Diltz - 1899 Dix, Rahdric - 2008 Dobkins, Kunte - 1947 Dodds, Jake - 1942 Dodds, Ronald - 1945 Dodson, Roger - 1977 Dold, Leslie - 1943 Donna, Garry - 1964, 65, 66 Doyle, James - 1947, 48, 49, 50* Dragovich, Bill - 1983, 84 Droll, Mike - 1979, 80, 81 Duncan, Luke - 2008, 09 Dunker, Don - 1967, 68 Dunn, John - 1974 Dyson, Sam - 1895, 96 E Eaton, Rex, 2001, 02, 03 Ebert, R. - 1962 Eble, John - 1945 Edwards, Floyd - 1961, 62, 63 Ehrsam, Tom - 1958, 59, 60 Eldridge, Luther - 1908 Ellenberger, Norm - 1951, 52, 53, 54 Engelbert, Derck - 1973, 74 Enright, Dave - 1964, 65 Everly, Jack - 1934 Ewing, Carlyle - 1923, 26*

F Fahey, Tom - 1995 Fair, Dan, 2003 Fall, John - 1888 Farber, Bill - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Federer, Craig - 2007 Federoff, Jack - 1974, 75 Feeney, Patrick - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Feldheiser, Jamie - 2007, 08, 09 Feller, Grady - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Ferguson, Matt - 2005, 06, 07 Fields, Walter - 1947, 48, 49* Fillipitch, Grant - 2008, 09 Finney - 1891 Fisher, Charles - 1935 Fisher, Glenn - 1942, 46 Fisher, Ralph - 1950 Fletcher, Bob - 1941 Flowers, Dave - 1959, 60 Floyd, Walter - 1928* Fohl, Robert - 1934, 35, 36 Fougerousse, Art - 1949, 50, 51 Fox, Ryan - 1992, 93 Fredenberger, George - 1929 Freeman, Ken - 1962, 63 Freeman, Jason - 2002, 03, 04 Freeman, Jon - 1999, 2001, 02, 03 Freese, Rick - 1984, 85, 86 Freyn, George - 1953, 54 Frick, Gene - 1950, 51 Fuhs, Dan - 1979, 80, 81, 82* Fuller, Pete, 2001 G Gabor, George - 1975, 75, 77, 78 Gagnon, Paul - 1988, 89, 90 Gale, David - 1895, 96 Gantz, Steve - 1967, 68 Garlick, Dave - 1977 Garner - 1912 Garriott, Lawrence - 1908 Gatlin, Dan - 1987, 88 Gauker, Brian - 1980, 81 Gavin, Mike - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Getz, Jeremy - 1996, 97 Gharrett, Rich - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Gill, Stephen - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Gillman, George - 1973 Givens - 1909 Goett, Henry - 1921, 22*, 24 Goffinet, Brad - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Goodman, Mike - 1973, 74, 75 Grabowski, Tom - 1987 Gray, C.E. - 1914 Gremel, B. - 1962 Greve, Keith - 1954 Grier, Al G. - 1908 Grigas, Steve - 1976 Guleff, Methody - 1939, 40, 41 Guennel, Joe - 1941, 42, 43 (C) Guler, Jeremy - 1995, 96, 97, 98 H Haack, Meyel - 1940 Haffner, Dick - 1959, 60 Hahn, John - 1990, 91, 92 Hamilton, Tony - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Hamilton, William - 1939, 40 Hansen, Gordon - 1981, 82, 83, 84* Harber, Ryan - 1996, 97, 98 Harding, Thomas - 1938 Hardy, Bill - 1941, 42 (C) Harrison, Mike - 1966, 68, 69 Hart, Nate - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Hartley, Alonzo- 1908 Hartman, Ajaz - 1908 Hartman, Kevin - 1991, 92 Harvey, Gene - 1955, 56, 57, 58 Hawkins, Chuck - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Hayward, Blair - 1997, 98, 99 Hedrick, Doug - 1988, 89, 90, 91 (C) Heiny, Nick - 1957, 59 Herbert - 1909 Hermann, Paul - 1938, 39, 40 Hernandez, Mike - 2009 Hickman, Joseph - 1972, 73 Highley, Jerry - 1975, 76 Hill, M. - 1962 Hipes, Don - 1954, 58 Hladek, Nick - 2009 Hoane, Wes - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Hoen, Rob - 1974, 75, 76 Hoen, Tom - 1977, 78, 79 Hoffman, Adam - 1997 Holderfield, Hal - 1953 Holland, Jason - 1991, 92, 93 Hooper, H. - 1921

Hopp, Ryan - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Hornbach, Tony, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Hoscheit, Mike - 2009 Howard, Tim - 1983, 84, 85* Howell, Jim - 1954 Hudson, Bill - 1950, 51, 52 Huff, Frank - 1955, 56, 57 Huffman, Harold - 1970 Hughes, Kenny, 2001 Hullett, Dave - 1971 Hulse, Robert - 1933 Hunckler, Fred - 1941, 42, 43 Hungate, H. - 1921, 22 Hussey, Michael - 2007 Hutchings, John W. - 1911 Hutsell, Jesse - 1932 I Ireland, Seth - 1994, 95 Isert, Norbert - 1950 (M) Iwema, Ron - 1963, 64, 65 J Jackson, John - 1976 Jackson, Steve - 1976, 77 Jacobeit, Fred - 1977 Jamerson, Jason - 2007, 08, 09 Jarvis, Matt - 1998 Jefferson, Rich - 1980, 82 Johnson, Charles - 1952 Johnson, Dan - 1998 Johnson, Lou, 2001 Johnson, Mark - 1981, 82 Johnson, Scott - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Johnson, Steve, 2003 Johnson, Tom - 1969, 70, 71, 72 Jones, Doug - 1976 Jones, J.P. - 1921, 22 Jones, Paul - 1924 Jones, R.H. - 1921, 22 Juba, Bob - 1999 K Kaffel, Steve - 2009 Kaiser, Robert - 1952 Kamienski, Mike, - 1993, 94 Karabell, Charles - 1912, 14 Karunas, Mike - 1988 Kauffman, Eric - 1979 Kazmierczak, Paul - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Keach, Bob - 1922 Keever, Justin - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Kelty, Jay - 2004, 05 Kent, Bob - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Kerr, Les - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Kertis, Joe - 1964 Kessler, Craig - 1989, 90, 91, 92 Keys, Nick - 1999 King, Paul - 1991 King, Tim - 1982, 83, 84, 85* Kingsbury, F. - 1888 Kingsbury, George - 1918 Kingsbury, John K. - 1904 Kingsbury, Layman - 1909, 10 Kleine, Armold - 1934 Knight, David - 1994 Knytych, Jim - 2004, 05 Koby, Stan - 1963, 64, 65 Kokinda, John - 1968 Kouns, Beryl - 1954, 55 Kouns, Robert - 1950 Kruszka, Ryan - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Kubal, James - 1939 Kugle, Corey, 2001, 02, 03 Kuhn, Owen - 1904 Kukolj, Mike - 1998, 99 Kurth, Richard - 1968, 69, 70, 71 Kuyendall, Steve - 1974, 75, 76 L Lambert, Bob - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Lampkins, Andy - 1997 Langford, Don- 1933 Lanter - 1891 Larkey, Lance - 1992, 93 Latty, Bob - 1976, 77 Latty, Joe - 1987, 88, 89, 90* Laymon, Clarence - 1935, 36 LeBeau, Craig - 1969, 70 LeBeau, Curt - 1971, 72, 73, 74 LeBeau, Kent - 1972 Leese, Brandon - 1994, 95, 96 Leffler, Mike - 1959 Lesandrini, Jay - 1984, 85, 86, 87* Leslie, John - 1921, 22 Lett - 1910 Letzter, Michael - 2008, ‘09

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All-Time Letterwinners Leukhart, Henry - 1908 Levenhagen, Fred - 1966, 67 Ligda, Bob - 1975 Links, Lance - 1999, 00 Linville, Tim - 1982, 83, 84, 85* Littrell, Jody - 1987 Lloyd - 1910 Long, Ken - 1959 Longstreth, P.J. - 1991, 92, 93, 94 Lopp, Vance - 1961 Lorenz, Stu - 1975, 76 Lovat, Mark - 1989, 90, 91, 92 Lowe, Jared, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Ludlow, Ovid - 1895, 96 Lundervold, Ryan - 2000, 02 M Maas, Charles - 1947, 48, 49 Mace - 1899 Macek, Joe - 1936, 38 MacDonald, Al - 1972, 73, 74, 75 MacLeod - 1910 Magill, Steve - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Magnuson, Terry - 1975, 76, 77, 78 Majchrowicz, Paul - 1987, 88, 89 Males, John - 1949, 50 Mallers, Jim - 1958 Maloy, John - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Manifold, Howard - 1946 Manifold, Lothair - 1946 Manifold, Walter - 1947 Marks, Tim - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Marsh, Chester - 1909, 10 Martino, Matt - 2004, 05 Masariu, John - 1946 Masheck, Tim - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Maslowski, Mike - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Matheny, Joel - 2006, 07 Matheson, Tim - 2009 Mattingly, Dan - 1979, 80, 81 May, Steve - 1991, 92, 93, 94 McClintic, Tom - 1994 McClure, S. - 1921 McFarland, Eric - 1996, 97, 98, 99 McGaughey, Sam - 1896, 99 McGould, Sean - 1987, 88, 89* McGrath, Chad - 1998 McGuigan, Scott - 2003, 04 McKay, Robert J. - 1908, 09 McKinley, Justin, 2003, 04 McLaughlin, Kyle - 2005, 06, 07, 08 McLinn, Jim - 1971, 72, 73, 74 McMullen, Dick - 1943 Meek, Herbert - 1909 Meeker, Ray - 1888, 91 Mefford, Mike - 1996, 97, 98 Melson, Frank - 1946 Mercer, P. - 1921 Merica, David - 1991, 92, 93 Merica, Matt - 1989, 90, 91, 92 Mescall, Steve - 1983, 84, 85 Metz, Vaughn - 1967, 68 Metzinger, Scott - 1990, 91, 92, 93* Michaels, Lee - 1993, 94, 95 Middlesworth, Hugh W. - 1921, 22, 23*, 24 Milburn, Don - 1922 Miles, Randy, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Milhous, Jerry - 1960, 61, 62 Miller, Glenn - 1942 Miller, Harold - 1942 Miller, Ray - 1932, 33 Mills, Richard - 1924, 25* Mitchell, James - 1943, 45 Mitchell, Steve - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Montagano, Alex - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Morehead, Dean - 1991, 92 Moriarty, Francis - 1943 Moses, John - 1957, 58, 59 Mosser, Bobby - 2007, 09 Mouch, Andy - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Mroueh, Mohamed - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Mueller, Dale - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Mueller, Jon, 2003 Mullane, G.P. - 1916 Murphy, Luke - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Murphy, Todd - 1989, 90, 91 Murray, Don - 1942, 43 Murray, Jeff - 1985, 86, 87 Murray, Paul - 1904 Muse, Frank - 1888 Muta, Harry - 1973, 74, 75, 76 Myers, Brent - 1994 (M), 95 (M), 96 (M) Myers, Mike - 1992, 93

N Nance, Ryan, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Nardell, Mark - 1996, 97, 98 Naylor, Jack - 1939 Neat, Lyle - 1939, 40, 41 Neat, Ryan - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Neat, Scott - 1968, 69 Neely, Jeff - 1968, 69, 71 Nell, John - 1966, 67, 68 Neshek, Pat - 2000, 01, 02 Neuenschwander, Claren - 1943 Neurerberg - 1910 Newland, Gene - 1946 Newton - 1899 Nichols, John - 1891 Nichols, John - 1994 Nickol, Austin - 2006, 07, 08 Nies, John - 1987, 88, 89, 90 O O’Connell, Paul - 1949, 50, 51 O’Donnell, Shawn - 1996, 97 O’Donovan, Ryan - 1997, 98 O’Reilly, James - 1984 Ochs, Joe - 2006, 07, 08 Offerle, Michael - 1966, 67 Oliver, Brent - 1978 Olson, Jon, 2002, 03, 04 Olszta, Eddie - 1998, 99, 00, 01 P Padove, Brian - 2009 Parker - 1910 Parker, David - 1964, 65 Parker, Ed - 1895, 96 Parks, Francis - 1938 (M), 39 (M) Parton, Troy - 1999, 2001, 02 Paul, Jason - 1999 Paul, Justus - 1912 Pauley, Joe - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Pavey, Jess - 1908 Payne, Don - 1952 Pearson, Joe - 1970 Petty, Glenn - 1961, 63 Pfiester, Mat - 1991, 92 Phelps, Brad - 1985, 86, 87*, 88* Phillips, Aaron, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Piekarski, Andrew - 2006 Pirtle, Joe - 1952 Place, A.W. - 1899 Plump, Bob - 1957, 58 Poynter, Brandon - 1997, 98, 99 Powell, Ames - 1960 Primavera, Tony - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Pritchett, Chris - 1980, 81, 82, 83* Q Quale, Dan - 1975, 76 R Rabor, Randy - 1968, 69 Ratzlaff, Mike - 1975 Ready, Greg - 1980, 81, 82, 83* Redenbacher, Leon - 1954, 55, 56 Redmon, George, - 1888 Reed, William - 1934 Rehl, Robert - 1943 Reidenbach, Clarence - 1909, 10, 12 Reifenberger, David - 2002 Reinking, Arthur - 1932 Renie, Tim - 1961, 62, 63 Renie, Tom - 1963, 64 Rice, Sam - 1958 Richeson, Griffin - 2009 Riley, Pat - 2000, 01 Riley, Ray - 1957 Rinearson, Alex - 2005, 06 Ritter, Geoff - 2007 Roberts, Justin - 2002 Roberts, Lon - 1895, 96 Roberts, Steve - 1988 Robinson - 1912 Rodriguez, Edwin - 2006, 07 Rose, N.B. - 1908 Rosen, Mike - 2003, 04, 05 Rosenacker, Kurt - 2002 Rosenstihl, James - 1947, 48, 49, 50, 51* Ross, James - 1904 Rotherham, Kevin - 2008 Rozgony, Mike - 1980, 81 Rudolfi, Josh - 2003, 04, 05 Runyan, Ken - 1970

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S Saldutti, Jeff - 1982 Santoni, Robby, 2005 Salvino, Ryan - 2009 Scanlan, Mike - 1971 Schaffer, Joe - 1988, 89, 90, 91 Scherrer, Vance - 1981, 82, 83, 84* Schlagenhauf, John - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Schmidt, Tyler - 2007 Schroeder, Robert - 1968, 69, 70 Schultz, Kyle - 2007,08, 09 Schumacher, Max - 1954 Scott - 1899 Screes, Al - 1922 Seal, Charles - 1932, 33 Seamon, Ken - 1955, 56 57 Seefeldt, Dan - 1974, 75 Segarra, Joe - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Seitz, Joel - 1995 Sells, Jeff - 1989, 90, 91 Sefried, W.F. - 1918 Shade, Larry - 1964, 65, 66 Shaffar, Ben - 1997 Shead, Ken - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Shell, Laymon - 1918 Shepherd, Will - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Shepherd, William - 1948, 49 Shireman, Larry - 1979, 80, 81 Shirley - 1899 Shockley, James - 1918 Shook, Larry - 1961, 62, 63 Short, T. - 1921 Shortridge, Norman N. - 1920 Silvers - 1910 Silvestri, Dom - 2009 Sinkiewicz, Jeff - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Sinsabaugh, Jeremy - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Sizemore, Brad - 1991 Skirchak, John - 1959, 60 Smith - 1891 Smith, Bret - 1993 Smith, Brian - 2003, 04, 05 Smith, Bruce - 1967, 68, 69 Smith, Charles - 1957, 58, 59 Smith, Cooley - 1991, 92, 93 Smith, Fred - 1945 Smolar, Jordan - 2002 Sokolowski, Matt - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Sorrell, Rick - 1980, 81, 82, 83* Spregle - 1910 Springer, R.S. - 1904 Staller, Eldon - 1935, 36 Stamm, Kevin - 1984, 86, 87, 88 Staton, Glen - 1921, 22, 23, 24 Stay, Tony, 2001 Stebbins, Bruce - 1980, 81, 83 Steele, Jeff - 1999, 00, 01, 02 Steiner, Jerome - 1938, 39, 40 Stephan, Mike - 1989 Stephens, Bruce - 1985, 86, 86, 88* Stevenson, Ralph - 1914 Stewart, Dr. T.J. - 1920 Stiffler, Ralph - 1908 Stirn, Steve - 1988, 89* Stites, Dan - 1978, 80 Stockman, Andrew - 1995, 96 Stoner, Andy - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Stoner, Josh - 2002 Storey, Eric - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Stout, Mike - 2006 Strafford, Bill - 1959, 60, 61 Stuart, Harry - 1908 Stutz, Rob - 1994, 95 Sutphin, Karl - 1933, 34, 35 Svihra, Marty - 1965 Swafford, Dan - 1984 Swager, Ralph - 1939, 40 Swaim, Ike - 1909 Swansson, Jay - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Sweet, Eric - 1980 Szymczak, Tyler - 2007, 08, 09

T Taylor, James - 1948 (M) Tepe, Tyler - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Tex, Guy - 1940, 41*, 46 Tharp, Harold - 1908 Theofanis, Dean - 1979, 80, 81, 82* Therry, Robert - 1951 Thomas, Cullen - 1908, 09, 10 Thomas, George C. - 1908 Thompson, Aaron - 2004, 06 Thompson - 1899 Thompson, Kurt - 1969, 70 Thompson, James - 1888 Tingle, Andy - 1990, 91, 92 Tomaszewski, Mike, 2003 Toon, Herod Jr. - 1945, 46, 47, 48 Tormoehlen, Brandon - 2003, 04, 05, 07 Toth, Steve - 1972 Towriss, Doug - 1992 Trammel, Faye - 1945 Trimbur, Ben - 2008 Turner, Horace - 1952 Turner, Jim - 1978, 79 V VanArsdale, S.B. - 1921 VanWirt - 1909,10 Velardi, Rodney - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Vena, Brian - 1995, 96 Vetor, Ted - 1985 Veville, Mont - 1895, 96 Vollmer, Josh - 2005, 06 W Wagoner, Fritz - 1914 Wagoner, Jared - 2008, 09 Walker, Joe, - 1993, 94 Walker, Tom - 1987 Wallace, Clint - 1895, 96 Wallace, Jim - 1969 Wallace, Scott - 1962, 63, 64 Walsman, Bob - 1970 Walther, Neal - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Wargo, Christian - 1994, 95, 96 Watson, Mike - 1969, 70, 71, 72 Watton, S. - 1899 Warbinton, Craig - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Wellbaum, Leyton - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Wheaton, William - 1904 Wiley, Thomas - 1948 Wilhoite, Maurice - 1950, 52 Wilke, Josh - 1995, 97, 98 Williams - 1891 Williams, Andrew - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Williams, Kirk - 1976 Williams, Norman (Gobby) - 1942, 43, 47 Wilson, Omar - 1888 Wilson, Richard - 1938, 39 Winkler, Shane, 2003 Witherow, Todd - 2000, 01 Witte, Ted - 1943 Wolf, Hugh - 1952 Wolfe, Bob - 1955, 56, 57, 58 Wolfe, Richard - 1932 Wolfe, Toby - 1994 Wolotka, Brian - 1999 Wood, Dave - 1995, 96, 97 Woods, Merrill J. - 1914 Woody, John - 1961, 62, 63 Woolgar, Robert - 1924, 27* Wright, Brad - 1984 Wuensch, Jeff - 1987 Wulle, James - 1935, 36 Y Yates, Eric - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Yeary, Bob - 1983, 84, 85, 86* Z Zangrilli, John - 1996, 97 Zaun, Brian - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Ziegel, Colin - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Zimmerman, George - 1932, 34, 35 Zinn, Greg - 1970, 71, 72 Zirkle, P. - 1962 (M) - Manager * - Captain


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