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Last season, the Vulcans claimed the third PSAC title in school history and first since 2004.

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The mission of intercollegiate athletics at California University of Pennsylvania is to provide student-athletes opportunities to participate in a comprehensive program of athletic competition.

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Cal U’s 2011 Baseball Media Guide has been written and edited by Sports Information Director Matthew Kifer and Graduate Assistant Sean King to assist in covering California University baseball in the 2011 season. Design and layout by Assistant Sports Information Director Beth Ann Conway. Photos by Greg Sofranko, Stephen Bates, Beth Ann Conway and SAI Photographers. Printing by Heeter Direct. Contents of this guide will be supplemented during the season by the Sports Information Office per request. All requests for additional information, including photographs, game accommodations and press passes, should be forwarded to the Sports Information Office.

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KEY PHONE NUMBERS President’s Office............................ 724.938.4400 Admissions........................................ 724.938.4404 Alumni Relations.............................. 724.938.4418 Athletic Office................................. 724.938.4351 Bookstore......................................... 724.938.4324 Equipment Manager...................... 724.938.5927 Financial Aid.................................... 724.938.4415 Baseball Office................................ 724.938.5837 Sports Information........................... 724.938.4552

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Location......................................... California, Pa. Founded..........................................................1852 Enrollment......................................................9,017 Nickname..................................................Vulcans Colors................................................. Black & Red President........................... Dr. Angelo Armenti, Jr. V.P./Student Development....... Dr. Lenora Angelone Assoc. V.P./Athletic Development........ Frank Bauer Athletic Director....................... Dr. Thomas Pucci Assoc. AD/SWA.......................... Dr. Karen Hjerpe Faculty Athletic Rep........ Dr. William Biddington Sports Information Director.......... Matthew Kifer Athletic Admin. Assistant.............. Carolyn Tardd Director Athletic Facilities/Services..........Ed Whited Facility.................................CONSOL Energy Park Affiliations.................................... NCAA Division II .Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Website..............................www.calvulcans.com

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach.....................................Mike Conte Overall Record................... 394-270-4, 15th year California (Pa.) Record...... 394-270-4, 15th year Alma Mater............................Virginia Tech, 1990 Baseball Office Phone.................... 724.938.5837 E-mail....................................conte_m@calu.edu Assistant Coach............................. Chris Brunson Alma Mater........................California (Pa.), 2000 E-mail..................................... brunson@calu.edu Baseball Office............................... 724.938.5837

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Quick Facts...........................................................2 Schedule...............................................................3 Roster.....................................................................4 Season Outlook....................................................5 Head Coach........................................................6 Assistant Coaches................................................7 Senior Profiles........................................................8 Returning Players................................................16 Newcomers.........................................................20 2010 Review........................................................22 2010 Results.........................................................23 2010 Statistics......................................................24 PSAC Team Statistics..........................................25 PSAC Leaders.....................................................26 PSAC Post-Season..............................................27 PSAC....................................................................28 Record Book.......................................................29 All-Time Honors...................................................32 Coaching Records.............................................34 Vulcans in the Pros.............................................35 President Dr. Angelo Armenti, Jr.......................36 Administration.....................................................37 Academics.........................................................38 University Profile..................................................39

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Cal U made its fifth all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament last season.

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REGIONAL NEWSPAPERS Herald Standard 8-18 East Church St., Uniontown, Pa. 15401 724.439.7500 www.heraldstandard.com Observer-Reporter 122 South Main St., Washington, Pa. 15301 724.222.2200 www.observer-reporter.com

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 34 Blvd. of the Allies, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 412.263.1100 www.post-gazette.com

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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review D. L. Clark Building, 503 Martindale St., 3rd Floor, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15212 412.320.6460 www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib The Valley Independent Eastgate 19, Monessen, Pa. 15062 724.684.5200 www.pittsburghlive.com/x/valleyindependent

Mailing Address: 250 University Avenue California, Pa. 15419 www.calu.edu www.calvulcans.com

Pam Artman............ Coord. for Ath. Operations Dr. Wm. Biddington..................Faculty Ath. Rep. Beth Ann Conway.............................Assistant SID Travis Eisentrout.......Athletic Events Coordinator Ben Hilborn......................... Equipment Manager Matthew Kifer.......... Sports Information Director Sean King........................ SID Graduate Assistant Matt Luckhardt............ Director Ath. Fundraising Annie Malkowiak......... Director Ath. Fundraising Tony McGrew........................ Academic Advisor Brian Oddi................ Director Ath. Performance Ron Sealy...Facilities Manager - Roadman Park Bob Sepesy..... Strength & Conditioning Coach Carolyn Tardd............Admin. Assist. for Athletics Ross Vecchio................ Director Ath. Fundraising Dr. Jamie Weary................ Director Ath. Training Ed Whited....... Director Facilities & Ath. Services 2010-11 CAL U HEAD COACHES Baseball..............................................Mike Conte Men’s Basketball................................... Bill Brown Women’s Basketball....................... Mark Swasey Cheerleading/Dance.....................Marcia Boyd M/W Cross Country................... Daniel Caulfield Football....................................... John Luckhardt Men’s Golf.................................... Peter Coughlin Women’s Golf...............................MerriLyn Gibbs Men’s Soccer.................................Dennis Laskey Women’s Soccer.................................... Al Alvine Softball..........................................Rick Bertagnolli Swimming.............................................. Ed Denny Tennis...........................................Pablo Montana M/W Track & Field......................Roger Kingdom Volleyball..........................................................TBD

Cal U returns 16 players from last year’s PSAC Championship team.

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Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) (DH)

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Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.)

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Belmont Abbey (N.C.) (DH)

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Charleston (W.Va.)

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Charleston (W.Va.) (DH)

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m.

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Kutztown

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West Liberty (DH)

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King (Tenn.)

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No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 26 27 31 32 45 55

Name Casey Teagarden Evan King Eric Francis Ryan MacNamara Devin Gorski John Orr Devin Dellinger Kyle Bowser Aaron Ordy Corry Ryan Sean Welsh Jim Kirker Ryan Hulme J.B. Sapienza Joey Borrelli Tyler Zimm Eric Berringer Ben Carson Adam Links Randy Sturgill Chuck Faust Troy Handza Kyle Thomas Kyle Weary Kyle Petty Pat Gannon

Yr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. (R) Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. (R) So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr.

Pos. INF INF P P INF OF C INF INF P P/UTL P P C OF P C OF INF P OF OF P P P/C P

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

Wt. 175 165 185 190 185 200 200 175 170 215 205 205 205 195 195 180 185 160 200 235 195 205 225 205 215 315

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

Hometown/High School Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield Lancaster, Pa./Lampeter-Strasburg New Castle, Pa./Shenango Bellefonte, Pa./Bald Eagle Mount Joy, Pa./Donegal Pittsburgh, Pa./Shaler Dover, Pa./Dover Stoystown, Pa./North Star Butler, Pa./Butler Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks East Bridgeville, Pa./South Fayette Aliquippa, Pa./Center La Plata, Md./La Plata New Castle, Pa./Neshannock Fayetteville, W.Va./Oak Hill Damascus, Md./Damascus Coal Center, Pa./California New Hope, Pa./Central Bucks East Leechburg, Pa./Leechburg Hershey, Pa./Hershey Glenshaw, Pa./Shaler Munhall, Pa./Steel Valley Palmyra, Pa./Palmyra Stewartsville, N.J./Phillipsburg Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair

Head Coach: Mike Conte (Virginia Tech, 1990) Cal U Record: 394-270-4, 15th year Overall Record: 394-270-4, 15th year Assistant Coach: Chris Brunson (California (Pa.), 2000) Assistant Coach: Chris Squeglia (Slippery Rock, 2008)

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Berringer, transfer junior J.B. Sapienza and freshman Devin Dellinger provide depth behind Petty. With four seniors that can log a large amount of innings, Conte is optimistic about the Vulcans’ 2011 pitching staff saying, “On the mound, we have a collection of very good, experienced talent.” Sturgill will once again anchor the starting rotation after finishing 9-1 last season with a 3.19 ERA and 94 strikeouts in 79.0 innings and earning PSAC West Pitcher of the Year honors. Other pitchers expected to see significant time include sophomore Tyler Zimm, who returns after completing his rookie campaign with a 6-2 record and a 4.26 ERA with 43 strikeouts in 61.1 innings. Junior Jim Kirker threw 25.2 innings last season, mainly in relief, and finished with a 2-0 record, three saves and a 4.21 ERA. A trio of transfers are expected to contribute to the pitching staff as well. Senior Ryan MacNamara should see significant innings during the weekends behind Sturgill after transferring from Southern Mississippi. Junior Eric Francis and sophomore Kyle Thomas are expected to provide quality innings. Freshman Kyle Weary will be able to provide a different look to opposing hitters as he uses a submarine approach. Carson, Petty and Welsh will also have the possibility to see time on the mound. After a successful season in 2010, don’t expect the Vulcans to rest on their laurels in 2011. “You need to be cautious,” said Conte. “When you’re the state champions, you have a mark on your back and everybody wants to play their best game against you.”

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In 2010, Cal U won its third PSAC Championship and made its fifth appearance in the NCAA Tour nament. From that team, 15th-year head coach Mike Conte returns eight position starters, including ABCA Gold Glove-winning junior Troy Handza, and a wealth of talent on the pitching staff, including ABCA All-American senior Randy Sturgill. Gone from that team is right fielder Sam DiMatteo, who will head to spring training with the Washington Nationals organization this year. DiMatteo finished his career as the alltime leader in hits, doubles, runs and steals in school history. “We’re not looking for a single person to replace what he [DiMatteo] brought to the table,“ said Conte. “We’re looking for everybody in the lineup to contribute more to try to equate the loss.” Leading the way is Handza who, like DiMatteo, features a unique combination of power and speed. In his sophomore campaign, the 6-3 Handza hit at a .388 clip with 18 doubles, two triples, 11 homers, 61 RBI and 61 runs, while also converting 32-of-35 stolen base attempts. Joining Handza in the outfield will be a pair of seniors in Chuck Faust and Sean Welsh, and freshman Ben Carson. Last season, Faust and Welsh combined to hit .295 with eight homers and 54 RBI. “We’re very athletic in the outfield,” said Conte. “We have an older group with a great deal of experience.” The infield returns completely intact and features a trio of seniors. First baseman Adam Links, second baseman Aaron Ordy and shortstop Casey Teagarden are joined by sophomore third baseman Evan King. In 2010, Links hit .339 with 13 doubles, three homers, 37 RBI and 37 runs to earn All-PSAC West Second-Team laurels. Teagarden ended 2010 just behind Links with a .333 average after recording 50 hits in 150 at-bats. He also stole 23 bases. King, who delivered the gamewinning hit in the PSAC Championship, finished the season with the third-highest average on the team, .346. Ordy started all 52 games last season and finished the year batting .289. The Vulcans return All-PSAC West SecondTeam sophomore Kyle Petty at catcher. In limited time last year, Petty hit .324 with seven doubles, three homers and 15 RBI. Senior Eric

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MIKE CONTE

17th Year at Cal U conte_m@calu.edu A veteran of 17 years with the California University of Pennsylvania baseball program, Mike Conte has continued the tradition of the Vulcans as one of the most successful and stable teams in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC). Entering his 15th season as head coach, Conte has totaled a 394-270-4 record for an average of over 28 victories per season. While in the dugout, he has guided the Vulcans to six PSAC Western Division titles and 10 PSAC Tournament appearances with conference crowns in 2004 and 2010. Last year, Cal U captured the PSAC title in walk-off fashion and made its fifth all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament before finishing the season with a 34-18 overall record. Conte also earned PSAC West Coach of the Year laurels for the sixth time in his career. In 2007, Conte guided the Vulcans to a school-record 36 wins, a fourth-straight divisional title, a second-place finish in the PSAC Tournament and the program’s first NCAA Regional Tournament appearance since 1983. Conte led Cal U to four-straight PSAC West championships from 2004-07 with the first PSAC Championship in recent program history in 2004. The championship team of 2004 featured twotime Academic All-American and PSAC West Player of the Year Mike Larson. Larson was an all-conference outfielder/pitcher after leading the team in average, homers, RBI and ERA. The Vulcans won back-to-back PSAC West

titles in 2001 and 2002 after posting a thenschool record 16 conference wins. Outfielder Bryan Hartung was an all-conference player on the 2001 team before finishing his career as the school’s all-time leader in homers and RBI. Hartung became the first Conte-coached player inducted into the Cal U Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009. During his 14 seasons as head coach, Conte has coached 88 different All-PSAC West players, five PSAC West Athletes of the Year and three ABCA All-Americans. In addition to successful players on the diamond, he also has coached the only Academic All-American in program history and the only two players to receive the academic Top 10 Award from PSAC. Since the start of the 2000, a total of 14 Vulcans have played professional baseball. Pitcher Ian Heisel played two seasons in the Pittsburgh Pirates system before joining former Cal U teammate Patrick Sadler in the Frontier League. Prior to taking the head-coaching position in 1997, Conte served as an assistant coach for long-time Vulcan mentor Chuck Gismondi, who holds the school record for wins and games coached. A native of nearby Brownsville, Conte was a two-time all-conference outfielder at Virginia Tech. As a junior, he led the team with a .352 average and received an offer to play with the Baltimore Orioles, which he declined. Conte returned to school for his senior season and led the team in triples, homers, RBI, stolen bases and at-bats. He finished his career and still ranks fifth in Virginia Tech history with 43 career homers. Following the 1989 college season, he was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 19th round and played five seasons in the A’s minorleague system before retiring after the 1993 season. Conte completed his undergraduate degree in 1990. Following his playing career, he started his coaching career in 1994 at Cal U as an assistant and completed his master’s degree in Geography and Regional Planning. Conte resides in California with his wife Jamie and their four children, Louden, Payton, Jessie and Nina.

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in 2004, he earned All-North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Honorable Mention. In his first year on the college mound, Squeglia threw four complete games and had a 5-1 record with a 4.67 ERA. While at Shaler High School, he earned allsection laurels and was twice named Team Most Valuable Pitcher. As a senior, he helped lead the Titans to a runner-up finish in the WPIAL and received Post-Gazette North all-star honors. He completed his undergraduate degree in Finance from Slippery Rock in 2008, and completed his master’s degree in Sport Management at Cal U in 2010. Squeglia’s younger brother, Jon (2006-09), was a four-year pitcher for the Vulcans and ranks third in school history in wins.

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A graduate of rival Slippery Rock University, Chris Squeglia enters his third season on the coaching staff with the California University of Pennsylvania baseball program. Squeglia was a two-year player for The Rock after playing two seasons at Allegheny College, a Division III program in Meadville, Pa. In two seasons with The Rock, he posted a 7-10 record in 20 appearances (17 starts) with a 4.94 career ERA in 100.2 innings. During the 2008 season, Squeglia was an All-Pennsylvania State Athletic (PSAC) West Second-Team selection after leading the team in wins, innings pitched, strikeouts and complete games. Squeglia, who missed the 2006 campaign due to Tommy John surgery, started his college career at Allegheny and compiled 10 wins in two years with the Gators. As a freshman

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help lead Cal U to its first PSAC Tournament Championship in 25 years. He has also coached three-time All-PSAC West selection Chris Doerschner, who finished his career as the school’s all-time leader in innings pitched. Brunson was a two-year player for the Vulcans and received captain status his senior season. As a junior in 1999, he led the pitching staff in both ERA and innings pitched before posting five wins as a senior. A native of Greensburg, Pa., Brunson earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from Cal U in 2000. He later completed his master’s degree in 2002, majoring in Geography and Regional Planning. He currently resides in Mt. Pleasant, Pa., with his wife Heather and their three daughters, Haylie, Krista and Kendra.

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A former player for the Vulcans, Chris Brunson enters his 11th season as an assistant coach with the California University of Pennsylvania baseball program in 2011. Throughout his career, Brunson has coached 22 All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West pitchers. Last season, he coached All-American and PSAC West Pitcher of the Year Randy Sturgill, who posted a 9-1 record and 94 strikeouts in 79.0 innings. He made an instant impact when joining the coaching staff in 2001, as in his first season the Vulcans led the conference in ERA. The following year, hurler Ryan Balan led NCAA Division II with a 0.91 ERA in 60.0 innings and was named the PSAC West Athlete of the Year. Under Brunson’s tutelage, pitcher Ian Heisel posted a career-high eight wins in 2004 to

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SENIOR PROFILES ERIC BERRINGER DAMASCUS, MD.

Senior 5-10, Catcher Major: Electrical Engineering Tech.

Year GP-GS Avg AB 2010 24-16 .333 51

R 10

2010: Appeared in 24 games with 16 starts (all at catcher), posting a .333 average (17-for-51) with two doubles, one triple, one homer, 13 RBI and 10 runs ... collected a double, RBI and run in first start at Mars Hill ... recorded a RBI triple against West Liberty ... finished 3-for-6 with one double at Armstrong Atlantic ... went 2-for-4

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RBI SB-ATT 13 1-1

with a solo homer and three RBI in Game 2 of Slippery Rock series ... finished 1-for-3 in Game 2 of Mercyhurst series ... collected two RBI in Game 4 of series against Clarion ... scored two runs and drew three walks in Game 2 of Fairmont State series ... went 1-for-3 in Game 4 of series against Gannon ... finished 2-for-4 with two RBI, two runs and two walks versus Charleston ... collected a hit in start against Lock Haven ... started against West Chester in NCAA Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009) ... transfer from Montgomery College (Md.) High School: Played at Damascus On A Personal Note: Born Aug. 23, 1989 ... Son of Daniel and Jean Berringer

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CHUCK FAUST HERSHEY, PA.

Senior 5-10, Outfield Major: Sport Management

28 (.357) with two outs and collected 10 two-out RBI ... went 3-for-3 with three homers, five RBI and four runs in doubleheader at Charleston ... hit a walk-off solo homer against Findlay ... collected two hits and scored three runs versus Wheeling Jesuit ... finished 6-for-9 with a double, triple, six RBI, five runs and three walks in Davis & Elkins series ... went 4-for-12 with solo homer and three runs in IUP series ... 2008: Played in nine games with two starts in the outfield ... scored a run in first career start against Ohio Valley ... collected two RBI and scored one run in start at Wheeling Jesuit

On A Personal Note: Born May 3, 1988 ... Son of Charles and Gwyn Faust

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High School: Played at Hershey ... two-year letterman, Patriot News fourth-team Big 10

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2010: Played in 44 games with 41 starts (30 at designated hitter), posting a .301 average (37for-123) with 10 doubles, one triple, seven homers, 35 RBI and 23 runs ... recorded 11 multi-RBI games and batted .352 (19-for-54) with runners in scoring position ... went 4-for-5 with two doubles, one homer and three RBI in second game of doubleheader at Catawba ... finished 4-for-5 with one double, one homer and four RBI against West Liberty ... was 3-for-4 with one double, two RBI and one run scored versus Concord ... went 4-for-7 with five RBI and three runs scored in Slippery Rock series ... finished 1-for-3 with solo homer, three runs and four walks in home doubleheader against Mercyhurst ... went 6-for-11 with two homers, four RBI and three runs in Clarion series ... was 1-for-3 with two RBI and two runs against Charleston ... collected a RBI double and scored versus Mansfield in PSAC Tournament ... tallied a RBI single against West Chester in PSAC Tournament ... finished 2-for-4 with one double, one homer and two RBI in PSAC Championship versus Kutztown ... belted a solo homer against Seton Hill in NCAA Tournament ... collected a two-run double versus West Chester in NCAA Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010) ... 2009: Appeared in 35 games (24 starts with 21 starts at designated hitter), posting a .346 average (27-for-78) with four doubles, one triple, four homers, 18 RBI and 22 runs ... went 10-for-

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Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI B-ATT 2008 9-2 .000 11 2 - - 2 2009 35-24 .346 78 22 27 4 18 1-1 2010 44-41 .301 123 23 37 7 35 3-3 Career 88-67 .302 212 47 64 11 55 4-4

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NEW HOPE, PA. Senior 5-10, Infield Major: Business Administration Year 2008 2009 2010 Career

GP-GS Avg 32-25 .370 46-44 .313 52-52 .339 130-121 .337

AB 81 134 174 389

R 14 19 37 70

2010: NCBWA All-Region Honorable Mention ... All-PSAC West Second-Team ... NCAA Atlantic Regional All-Tournament Team ... started all 52 games (46 at first base), hitting .339 (59-of-174) with 13 doubles, three homers, 37 RBI and 37 runs ... tallied 18 multi-hit games and ranked second on team with 15 two-out RBI ... led team with .429 average (6-for-14) with two doubles, three RBI and two runs in NCAA Tournament ... finished with five hits and nine RBI in Slippery Rock series ... went 4-for-6 with one double and one RBI in twinbill against Shippensburg ... was 4-for-4 with one double, one homer, four RBI and four runs in Game 2 versus Fairmont State ... finished 6-for-11 with one double, two homers, nine RBI, and six runs in Gannon series ... was 6-for-8 with one RBI and six runs in doubleheader against Charleston ... was 2-for4 with a RBI double versus West Virginia State in NCAA Tournament ... finished 2-for-4 with one double against West Chester in NCAA Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009) ... 2009: All-PSAC West Second-Team ... appeared in 46 games (44 starts with 27 starts at first base), hitting .313 (42-for-134) with five doubles, two homers, 25 RBI and 19 runs ... finished 4-for-6 with three RBI in doubleheader at Salem International ... went 3-for-4 with one run in Game 2 of Clarion series ... finished 4-for-5 with a double, homer, three RBI, four runs and one walk in doubleheader at Davis & Elkins ... went 5-for-6 with a two-run homer, four RBI and two runs in home game against Davis & Elkins ... 2008: Played in 32 games with 25 starts (18 at second base), batting .370 (30-for-81) with six doubles, one homer, 15 RBI and 14 runs ... fin-

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ished with seven multi-hit games ... belted a solo homer in first career start at Fairmont State ... finished 6-for-11 with one double, five RBI and one run in Clarion series ... went 7-for-13 with three doubles, four RBI and three runs in Shippensburg series ... collected three hits and scored two runs in doubleheader at Wheeling Jesuit ... also made one relief pitching appearance, suffering the loss after allowing two runs on three hits in 2.2 innings at Charleston High School: Played at Central Bucks East ... second-team all-state, two-time Carpenter Cup ... Honor Roll On A Personal Note: Born March 20, 1988 ... Son of Joseph and Kelly Links Adam Links led the team with a .429 average in the NCAA Tournament last year.

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AARON ORDY BUTLER, PA.

Senior 5-10, Infield Major: Business Administration

with two doubles, a solo homer, five RBI, two runs and two walks in Lock Haven series ... finished with four hits and two walks in doubleheader at Mercyhurst ... 2008: Played in 32 games with 18 starts (all at second base), hitting .275 (19-for-69) with two doubles, nine RBI and 18 runs ... posted a seven-game hitting streak ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI and one run at Fairmont State ... finished with two hits and three runs against Kutztown ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI and one run at Charleston ... finished IUP series, going 4-for-10 with one double and two RBI

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High School: Played at Butler ... three-year letterman On A Personal Note: Born April 4, 1988 ... Son of Ron and Kim Ordy ... played for the Butler BlueSox of the Prospect League in the summer of 2009

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Aaron Ordy was one of four players to start all 52 games last season.

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2010: Started all 52 games (46 at second base), hitting .289 (50for-173) with 10 doubles, one triple, 21 RBI, 35 runs and 15 steals ... led the team with 95 assists and 26 walks ... finished 3-for-4 with three RBI, one run and two steals in first game of twinbill at Mars Hill ... collected two hits, including one double, two runs and three steals in second game of doubleheader against West Liberty ... tallied six hits, three RBI, three runs and four walks in Slippery Rock series ... went 4-for-5 with one RBI, two runs and one steal in twinbill at Clarion ... finished the Fairmont State series with four hits, two doubles, two RBI and three runs ... was 6-for-11 with five runs and three walks in series against Gannon ... went a combined 3-for-6 with one double, two RBI, six runs and two walks in doubleheader versus Charleston ... collected a RBI single and scored against West Chester in PSAC Tournament ... posted a RBI double in PSAC Championship against Kutztown ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI versus Seton Hill in NCAA Tournament ... 2009: Appeared in 40 games with 39 starts (29 at second base), batting .339 (43-for-127) with seven doubles, one homer, 22 RBI, 16 runs and seven steals ... collected 14 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games ... went 5-for-11 with three runs, one steal and one walk in Kutztown series ... posted a pinch-hit, two-run walk-off single in Game 1 of Slippery Rock series ... collected three hits and two RBI against Wheeling Jesuit ... posted three hits and four RBI in doubleheader at Salem International ... went 5-for-11 with three doubles, two RBI, one run and two walks in Gannon series ... collected two hits at Seton Hill ... went 7-for-13

COACHING STAFF

Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2008 32-18 .275 69 18 19 - 9 1-1 2009 40-39 .339 127 16 43 1 22 7-10 2010 52-52 .289 173 35 50 - 21 15-17 Career 124-109 .304 369 69 112 1 52 23-28

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11 CORRY RYAN BETHEL PARK, PA.

Senior (R) 6-3, Pitcher Major: Elementary Education Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SV IP H R ER BB SO B/Avg 2006 2.22 4-2 10 5 2 - 44.2 32 21 11 22 41 .200 2007 3.86 1-1 15 4 1 3 35.0 35 22 15 12 37 .259 2008 4.01 4-3 11 6 3 - 49.1 45 28 22 11 39 .238 2009* 1.50 0-0 3 - - - 6.0 6 1 1 2 7 .261 Career 3.27 9-6 39 15 6 3 135.0 118 72 49 47 124 .233 * - medical redshirt

2010: Did not participate ... 2009: Medical redshirt ... posted a 1.50 ERA in 6.0 innings over three relief appearances before sustaining a season-ending injury ... tossed two scoreless innings with a pair of strikeouts at Charleston ... set a season high with four strikeouts and allowed one earned run in 3.0 innings of relief against Kutztown ... threw 1.0 inning of scoreless relief versus Bellarmine ... 2008: Appeared in a team-high 11 games (six starts), posting a 4-3 record with a 4.01 ERA in 49.1 innings with 11 walks and 39 strikeouts ... also led team in innings pitched, strikeouts and three complete games ... went 5.0-plus innings in five of six starts ... tossed 2.0 scoreless innings of relief in the season-opener against West Liberty ... recorded a season-high nine strikeouts and allowed two runs on three hits in 8.2 innings versus Concord ...

earned a win after throwing 1.2 scoreless innings of relief against Seton Hill ... threw a 7.0-inning complete game at Clarion, allowing one unearned run and scattering four hits ... 2007: Led the team with 15 appearances (four starts), finishing with a 1-1 record and three saves in 35.0 innings with 12 walks and 37 strikeouts ... 2006: Posted a 4-2 record with a team-best 2.22 ERA in 10 appearances (five starts) ... issued 22 walks and registered 41 strikeouts in 44.2 innings ... threw a complete game at Fairmont State, allowing two runs on four hits with one walk and eight strikeouts ... earned a win after throwing 6.0 innings of relief versus Clarion, allowing one run on five hits with one walk and four strikeouts ... tossed a complete-game shutout against IUP, allowing only three hits and two walks while setting a season high with nine strikeouts

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High School: Played at Bethel Park

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Corry Ryan is among the school’s all-time leaders in ERA.

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RANDY STURGILL LEECHBURG, PA.

Senior 6-1, Pitcher Major: Sport Management

* - medical redshirt

average (.210) ... ranked second in the league in opponents’ batting average ... earned win in first career start at Fairmont State, allowing one run on three hits in 6.0 innings with a career-high eight strikeouts ... threw a complete-game nohitter against Wheeling Jesuit, issuing one walk and recording six strikeouts ... tossed a complete game versus Slippery Rock, allowing three runs on four hits with six strikeouts ... earned the win after throwing 6.0 scoreless innings with no walks and eight strikeouts at Clarion ... 2007: Redshirted

On A Personal Note: Born March 17, 1988 ... Son of William and Tina Covey ... played for the Columbia Blowfish of Coastal Plain League in the summer of 2010

2010 REVIEW

High School: Played at Leechburg ... four-year letterman, WPIAL All-Star

PLAYERS HISTORY

Randy Sturgill led the PSAC with a career-high 94 strikeouts last season.

www.calvulcans.com

ABOUT CAL U

2011: Tino Martinez Award Watch List ... preseason NCBWA Atlantic Region ... 2010: ABCA Third-Team AllAmerican ... ABCA Regional Pitcher of the Year ... ABCA FirstTeam All-Region ... Daktronics First-Team All-Region ... NCBWA First-Team All-Region ... PSAC West Pitcher of the Year ... All-PSAC West First Team ... Bruce Dal Canton Cal U Pitching Award ... made 12 appearances (all starts), recording a 9-1 mark and 3.19 ERA in 79.0 innings with 35 walks and 94 strikeouts ... led the PSAC in strikeouts and finished second in wins, innings and starts ...tossed six complete games ... posted doubledigit strikeouts four times ... PSAC Pitcher of the Week ... earned a complete-game victory at Mars Hills ... threw a three-hit, complete-game shutout with nine strikeouts versus West Liberty ... tossed a complete game with eight strikeouts to earn win against Slippery Rock ... recorded a complete-game victory versus Clarion, allowing three runs and posting 10 strikeouts ... set a season high with 11 strikeouts in no-decision versus Lock Haven ... tossed a 9.0-inning complete game to earn the win over West Chester in PSAC Tournament ... allowed three runs in 8.1 innings to earn the victory at Kutztown in NCAA Regional Tournament ... 2009: Medical redshirt ... pitched 1.0 inning before suffering season-ending injury in season-opening start at Charleston ... 2008: PSAC West Rookie of the Year ... appeared in eight games (six starts), posting a 4-1 record and 3.76 ERA in 38.1 innings with 39 strikeouts ... led team in ERA, strikeouts and opponents’ batting

COACHING STAFF

Year ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP R ER BB SO 2008 3.76 4-1 8-6 - 38.1 20 16 12 39 2009* 0.00 0-0 1-1 - 1.0 - - - 1 2010 3.19 9-1 12-12 - 79.0 37 28 35 94 Career 3.35 13-2 21-19 - 118.1 57 44 47 134

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CASEY TEAGARDEN GREENSBURG, PA.

Senior 6-1, Infield Major: Sport Management

Year GP-GS Avg 2010 51-50 .333

AB 150

R 42

2010: Played in 51 games with 50 starts (46 at shortstop), batting .333 (50-for-150) with four doubles, one triple, one homer, 26 RBI, 45 runs and 23 steals ... ranked third on team and seventh in PSAC in steals ... posted 11 multi-hit games and registered a 12-game hitting streak ... stole two bases in second game of doubleheader at Catawba ... went 4-for-7 with two runs and a steal at Armstrong Atlantic ... tallied three hits, two RBI and three runs, two steals and three walks in series against Slippery Rock ... finished a combined 3-for-6 with one RBI and one steal in doubleheader at Shippensburg ... went 2-for-4 with three RBI in Game 3 of Mercyhurst series ... finished 6-for-9 with one RBI, eight runs, five steals and three walks in series versus Clarion ... totaled four hits, including a homer, five RBI, seven runs and four steals in Fairmont State series ... was a

H 50

HR 1

RBI 26

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combined 3-for4 with three RBI, three runs, three steals and two walks in doubleheader versus Fairmont State ... finished 5-for-13 with one triple, three RBI and four runs in Lock Haven series ... went 2-for-4 with one run against Mansfield in PSAC Tournament ... finished 2-for-4 with a two-run single and one run versus West Chester in PSAC Tournament ... tallied two hits and two RBI, including a single in the top of the ninth, against Slippery Rock in PSAC Tournament ... started all four games at shortstop in NCAA Tournament, collecting three hits and one RBI ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009) ... transfer from Westmoreland County Community College High School: Played at Hempfield ... three-year letterman, second-team all-conference On A Personal Note: Born Jan. 6, 1988 ... Son of Rick and Claire Teagarden

Shortstop Casey Teagarden ranked among the PSAC leaders in steals last season.

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SEAN WELSH

DOYLESTOWN, PA. Senior 6-1, Pitcher/Utility Major: Business Administration

Year ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP 2008 10.52 2-3 7-5 - 25.2 2009 2.93 2-1 14-1 3 27.2 2010 6.50 1-4 12-3 2 36.0 Career 6.55 5-8 33-9 5 89.1

Ohio Valley ... set season high with 11 strikeouts in complete-game victory at Wheeling Jesuit ... also batted .200 (2-for-10) with three runs ... scored two runs in first career start at Fairmont State ... transfer from Elon (N.C.) (2007); medical redshirt

On A Personal Note: Born Dec. 15, 1987 ... Son of Daniel and Kathleen McManus

HISTORY Sean Welsh set career highs in every offensive category in 2010.

ABOUT CAL U

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High School: Played at Central Bucks East ... three-year letterman, second-team all-state, first-team all-league, Carpenter Cup

PLAYERS

2010: Appeared in 45 games with 43 starts (39 in left field), hitting .289 (37-for-128) with nine doubles, two triples, one homer, 19 RBI, 29 runs and eight steals ... went 3-for-5 with one triple, one RBI and three runs in doubleheader against West Liberty ... finished 2-for-2 with a RBI triple and one run in Game 4 of Gannon series ... was a combined 6-for-15 with one double, one homer, five RBI and five runs in series versus Lock Haven ... collected the walk-off single in Game 4 of series against Lock Haven ... also posted 1-4 record with two saves and 6.50 ERA in 36.0 innings with 28 walks and 27 strikeouts ... started PSAC Championship against Kutztown and took a no-decision, allowing five runs (three earned) in 6.0 innings with six strikeouts ... earned the win after tossing 8.0 innings with a season-high seven strikeouts in start against Seton Hill in NCAA Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010) ... 2009: Played in 42 games with 17 starts (16 at first base) ... posted a 2-1 record with three saves in 14 appearances (one start) ... issued 17 walks and registered 17 strikeouts in 27.2 innings ... registered first career save after throwing 3.0 innings of scoreless relief versus Davis & Elkins ... earned a save after posting 1.2 innings of no-hit relief with one walk and two strikeouts against Shippensburg in the quarterfinals of the PSAC Tournament ... also finished with a .244 average (11-for-45) with three doubles, two RBI and 10 runs ... finished with three hits, four runs and two walks in doubleheader at Gannon ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Spring 2009) ... 2008: Appeared in 14 games with six starts (five as a pitcher) ... posted a 2-3 record and 10.52 ERA in 25.2 innings with 15 walks and 27 strikeouts ... earned first career win in start versus

R ER BB SO 30 30 15 27 14 9 17 17 33 26 28 27 77 65 60 71

COACHING STAFF

Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2008 8-2 .200 10 3 2 - - 2009 28-16 .244 45 10 11 - 2 2-3 2010 45-43 .289 128 29 37 1 19 8-10 Career 81-61 .273 183 42 50 1 21 10-13

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JOEY BORRELLI

PAT GANNON

Freshman (R) 6-1, Outfield Major: Geography

Junior 6-3, Pitcher Major: Justice Studies

NEW CASTLE, PA.

2010: Redshirted ... PSAC Scholar-Athlete (200910) ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010)

Year 2009 2010 Career

High School: Played at Neshannock ... three-year letterman, two-time all-county, all-section, WPIAL All-Star, member of two section championship teams

2010: Made 11 appearances (four starts), recording a 2-1 mark and 5.97 ERA in 28.2 innings ... took a no-decision in start at Armstrong Atlantic after working 7.1 innings with careerhigh seven strikeouts ... earned the win in relief after tossing 2.1 innings against Slippery Rock ... registered the win and tied career high of seven strikeouts in 5.0-inning start against Charleston ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010) ... 2009: Appeared in 11 games (eight starts), posting a 4-2 record and a 5.52 ERA in 45.2 innings with 14 walks and 28 strikeouts ... finished with a 2-1 mark in five appearances (four starts) in conference games ... set season high with six strikeouts in first career start against Bellarmine ... earned first career win after allowing one run on six hits in 7.0 innings versus Wheeling Jesuit ... allowed one hit in 5.0 scoreless innings in victory against Ohio Valley ... registered a win after allowing two runs on five hits in 6.0 innings with two walks and five strikeouts at Gannon ... earned the victory after allowing one earned run in 5.2 innings at Lock Haven

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On A Personal Note: Born Oct. 18, 1990 ... Son of Craig and Diana Borrelli

9 KYLE BOWSER

STOYSTOWN, PA.

PLAYERS

2010: Appeared in 27 games with 14 starts (10 at designated hitter), hitting .218 with one double, two triples, 11 RBI and five runs ... finished 3-for4 with a triple, four RBI, three runs and two steals against Charleston ... went 2-for-3 with a double, triple, RBI and two runs versus Slippery Rock in PSAC Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009) ... 2009: Played in 30 games with 19 starts (11 at third base), batting .290 (20-for-69) with four doubles, four RBI and 13 runs ... made a 2.0-inning relief appearance at IUP ... was 2-for-3 with a double and run at West Virginia State ... went 2-for-4 with two runs versus Ohio Valley ... collected two hits and scored two runs in the semifinals of PSAC Tournament versus West Chester

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Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2009 30-19 .290 69 13 20 - 4 5-8 2010 27-14 .218 55 12 5 - 11 4-4 Career 57-33 .258 124 25 25 - 15 9-12

COACHING STAFF

Junior 6-0, Infield Major: Business Admin.

High School: Played at North Star ... four-year letterman, first-team all-county, first-team allconference On A Personal Note: Born Jan. 31, 1990 ... Son of Dan and Jackie Bowser

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PITTSBURGH, PA.

ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP R ER BB SO 5.52 4-2 11-8 - 45.2 36 28 14 28 5.97 2-1 11-4 - 28.2 34 19 10 24 5.69 6-3 22-12 - 74.1 70 47 24 52

High School: Played at Upper St. Clair ... threeyear letterman, captain, Team MVP, member of WPIAL runner-up team On A Personal Note: Born Aug. 16, 1989 ... Son of Mike and Karen Gannon

Troy Handza set single-season school records for RBI and runs last year.

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Sophomore 6-2, Infield Major: Liberal Studies

2010: Appeared in 14 games with seven starts (six at first base), hitting .318 (7-for-22) with two doubles, six RBI and four runs ... collected a RBI single versus Concord in first collegiate at-bat ... made first career start at third base at Armstrong Atlantic ... tallied a RBI double against Concord ... went 2-for-3 with a double and four RBI in start against Charleston ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009)

On A Personal Note: Born Nov. 24, 1990 ... Son of Gary and Sharee Gorski ... brother Darin is a pitcher in the New York Mets’ minor-league system

TROY HANDZA GLENSHAW, PA.

Junior 6-3, Outfield Major: Justice Studies

High School: Played at Shaler ... WPIAL Class AAAA all-section On A Personal Note: Born Sept. 13, 1989 ... Son of Mike and Lynn Handza ... played for the Carolina Stingers of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League in the summer of 2010

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ABOUT CAL U

2011: Tino Martinez Award Watch List ... preseason NCBWA Atlantic Region ... 2010: ABCA Gold Glove ... NCBWA All-America Honorable Mention ... ABCA First-Team All-Region ... NCBWA First-Team All-Region ... Daktronics First-Team AllRegion ... All-PSAC West First-Team ... preseason ABCA/Collegiate Baseball Atlantic Region Player to Watch ... started all 52 games in center field, hitting .363 (71-for-183) with 18 doubles, two triples, 11 homers, 61 RBI, 61 runs and 32 steals ... set single-season school records for RBI and runs ... ranked among league leaders in hits, doubles, homers, RBI, runs, steals, slugging percentage (.689), total bases (101) and fielding

HISTORY

Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2009 44-42 .333 150 43 50 2 25 23-26 2010 52-52 .388 183 61 71 11 61 32-35 Career 96-94 .363 333 104 121 13 86 55-61

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High School: Played at Donegal ... three-year letterman ... FBLA, Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Scholar-Athlete

COACHING STAFF

Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2010 14-7 .318 22 4 7 - 6 -

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DEVIN GORSKI

percentage (1.000) ... posted 20 multi-hit games and team-best 16 multi-RBI games ... registered a career-best 15-game hitting streak and reached base in 48 of 52 games played ... two-time PSAC West Hitter of the Week ... finished 3-for-5 with a solo homer, three RBI and two runs against Concord ... went 5-for-8 with two RBI and two runs at Armstrong Atlantic ... was 6-for-12 with one double, one homer, six RBI, six runs and four steals in Slippery Rock series ... stole four bases in first game of doubleheader at Shippensburg ... tallied one double, two homers, five RBI and two runs in Game 4 of Mercyhurst series ... was 2-for-4 with a double, homer, four RBI and two runs in Game 1 of Clarion series ... went 8-for-13 with four doubles, a homer, seven RBI, four runs and four steals in Fairmont State series ... was 3-for-4 with double and triple against Seton Hill ... tallied a double, triple, three RBI, two runs and two steals in Game 4 of IUP series ... finished 5-for-8 with two doubles, seven RBI, six runs and five steals in doubleheader versus Charleston ... went a combined 4-for-6 with one double, two homers, six RBI, and five runs in home doubleheader against Lock Haven ... collected a two-run double against Kutztown in PSAC Championship ... finished 3-for-5 with one RBI and three runs versus Seton Hill in NCAA Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010) ... 2009: Played in 44 games with 42 starts (41 in left field), hitting .333 (50-for-150) with nine doubles, three triples, two homers, 25 RBI, 43 runs and 23 steals ... served as the leadoff hitter in 39 of 42 starts ... reached base safely in 41 of 44 games played ... ranked third in the league in steals ... finished with 15 multi-hit games and seven multiRBI games ... posted a season-long eight-game hit streak ... went 3-for-7 with two RBI, four runs and one steal in doubleheader at Clarion ... finished 5-for-13 with two doubles, one homer, four RBI, two runs, two steals and one walk in series against Davis & Elkins ... went 4-for-8 with one double, one RBI and three runs and two steals in doubleheader at Gannon ... went 6-for15 with one double, two RBI, three runs and two walks in IUP series ... also had the game-winning walk-off hit in Game 1 of IUP series ... finished 6-for-14 with two doubles, one triple, one run, two steals and two walks in Lock Haven series ... collected two hits and scored three runs against West Chester in semifinals of PSAC Tournament ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Spring 2009)

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RYAN HULME

JIM KIRKER

Junior 6-3, Pitcher Major: Comm. Studies

Junior 6-3, Pitcher Major: Pre-Education

ALIQUIPPA, PA.

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HISTORY

Year ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP R ER BB SO 2010 6.00 1-0 6-0 0 6.0 5 4 9 4

2010: Appeared in six games as a reliever, posting a 1-0 mark and 6.00 ERA in 6.0 innings with nine walks and four strikeouts ... finished the year with four-straight outings without yielding a hit ... earned the win after working a scoreless inning of relief against Lock Haven ... 2009: Redshirted ... transfer from Elon (N.C.) (2008) High School: Played at Center ... four-year letterman, two-time all-section, WPIAL All-Star On A Personal Note: Born Feb. 21, 1989 ... Son of Brian and Maureen Hulme

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LANCASTER, PA. Sophomore 5-9, Infield Major: Sport Management

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COACHING STAFF

Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2010 50-48 .346 159 43 55 0 26 12-19

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2010: Appeared in 50 games with 48 starts (43 at third base), hitting .346 (55-for-159) with seven doubles, one triple, 26 RBI, 43 runs and 12 steals ... posted a team-best .375 average (27-for72) during conference play ... finished 6-for-11 with six runs, two RBI, two steals and four walks in Slippery Rock series ... finished 4-for-7 with two RBI and three runs in home doubleheader against Lock Haven ... recorded game-winning, walk-off single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning in the PSAC Championship against Kutztown ‌ member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010)

BRIDGEVILLE, PA.

Year 2009 2010 Career

ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP R ER BB SO 5.59 4-1 10-5 - 29.0 22 18 6 23 4.21 2-0 12-1 3 25.2 12 12 12 22 4.94 6-1 22-6 3 54.2 34 30 18 45

2010: Made 12 appearances (one start), recording a 2-0 mark and three saves with a 4.21 ERA in 25.2 innings ... earned the win after allowing two runs on two hits in 5.2 innings of relief at Armstrong Atlantic ... registered a save after working 2.2 innings of relief against Mercyhurst ... tossed a season-high 6.0 innings of scoreless, two-hit relief with a season-best six strikeouts to earn the win versus Fairmont State ... worked the final inning against Seton Hill in the NCAA Tournament to earn the save ... 2009: Appeared in 10 games (five starts), posting a 4-1 record and a 5.59 ERA in 29.0 innings with six walks and 23 strikeouts ... won first three career starts ... earned win in college debut against Bellarmine, allowing three runs in 6.0 innings with two walks and a career-high seven strikeouts ... tossed 5.0 innings in start at Salem International to earn the win, issuing one walk and posting five strikeouts ... registered a victory after allowing three runs on five hits in 5.1 innings versus Ohio Valley ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Spring 2009) High School: Played at South Fayette ... fouryear letterman On A Personal Note: Born Nov. 18, 1989 ... Son of Herschel and Patricia Kirker

High School: Played at Lampeter-Strasburg ... three-year letterman, two-time all-section On A Personal Note: Born May 2, 1991 ... Son of Jon and Linda King

Evan King finished third on the team with a .346 average last season.

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KYLE PETTY

TYLER ZIMM

Sophomore 6-5, Pitcher/Catcher Major: Sport Management

Sophomore 6-0, Pitcher Major: Biology

STEWARTSVILLE, N.J.

Year ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP R ER BB SO 2010 4.26 6-2 12-9 1 61.1 40 29 25 43

Year ERA W-L APP-GS SV IP R ER BB SO 2010 4.84 1-2 12-2 3 22.1 13 12 10 29

On A Personal Note: Born March 1, 1991 ... Son of Scott and Susan Petty

High School: Played at Oak Hill ... two-time firstteam all-state, all-state tournament team ... Hi-Y, National Honor Society

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High School: Played at Phillipsburg ... three-year letterman, first-team all-conference, first-team all-group, first-team All-West Jersey, ExpressTimes and Warren Reporter Player of the Year

2010: Made 12 appearances (nine starts), posting a 6-2 record and 4.26 ERA in 61.1 innings ... finished with 25 walks, 43 strikeouts and four complete games ... led team and ranked seventh in PSAC in opponents’ batting average (.235) ... tossed 7.0 scoreless innings with five strikeouts in first college start against West Liberty ... earned the win in start versus Mercyhurst, allowing four earned runs in 5.0 innings ... threw a two-hit, complete-game shutout with a seasonhigh eight shutouts in win at Clarion ... registered a complete-game victory against Gannon, allowing one run on five hits with six strikeouts ... yielded one run on four hits in complete-game win versus Lock Haven ... earned the win after throwing a 9.0-inning complete game versus Mansfield in PSAC Tournament ... worked 5.0 innings and posted five strikeouts in start against West Virginia State in NCAA Tournament ... PSAC Scholar-Athlete (2009-10) ... member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010)

PLAYERS

2010: Daktronics All-Region Second-Team ... NCBWA All-Region Honorable Mention ... AllPSAC West Second-Team ... posted a .324 average (23-for-71) with seven doubles, one triple, three homers, 15 RBI and 14 runs ... finished with 1-2 record and three saves in 22.1 innings with 10 walks and 29 strikeouts ... collected a two-run double at Shippensburg ... recorded a save with the bases loaded versus Gannon ... struck out the side to earn the save against IUP ... tossed five-hit, complete-game shutout with 10 strikeouts in first career start against Fairmont State ... went 4-for-4 with two doubles, two homers, three RBI and four runs against Lock Haven ... also collected two RBI in nightcap versus Lock Haven ... hit game-winning, walk-off RBI single against Mansfield in PSAC Tournament ... collected RBI double and solo homer versus Slippery Rock in PSAC Tournament ... went 3-for5 against Kutztown in PSAC Championship

COACHING STAFF

Year GP-GS Avg AB R H HR RBI SB-ATT 2010 25-19 .324 71 14 23 3 15 3-3

FAYETTEVILLE, W.VA.

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On A Personal Note: Born March 7, 1991 ... Son of Michael and Linda Zimm

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ABOUT CAL U

Kyle Petty earned All-PSAC West honors as a pitcher in 2010.

HISTORY

Tyler Zimm was second on the team in wins last year.

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BEN CARSON

RYAN MacNAMARA

Freshman 6-2, Outfield Major: Business Admin.

Senior 6-0, Pitcher Major: Liberal Studies

COAL CENTER, PA.

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Transfer from George Mason

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High School: Played at California ... four-year letterman, three-time Team Offensive MVP, three-time all-section, WPIAL All-Star, member of WPIAL championship team On A Personal Note: Born Sept. 2, 1990 ... Son of Bruce and Rhonda Carson

BELLEFONTE, PA.

Transfer from Allegany (Md.) (2008-09) and Southern Mississippi (2010) High School: Played at Bald Eagle ... threeyear letterman, two-time MAC and CPL all-star, member of PIAA state championship team On A Personal Note: Born June 26, 1989 ... Son of Chad MacNamara and Lisa Haagen

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DEVIN DELLINGER

JOHN ORR

DOVER, PA.

Freshman 5-10, Catcher Major: Sport Management High School: Played at Dover ... Daily Record Athlete of the Year, all-division On A Personal Note: Born Nov. 20, 1991

PITTSBURGH, PA. Freshman 6-1, Outfield Major: Biology High School: Played at Shaler ... three-year letterman, all-conference, all-north ... Highest Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Ski Club On A Personal Note: Born Feb. 23, 1992 ... Son of Michael and Leanne Orr

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ERIC FRANCIS

J.B. SAPIENZA

NEW CASTLE, PA.

LA PLATA, MD.

Junior 6-0, Pitcher Major: Justice Studies

Junior 5-9, Catcher Major: Justice Studies

Transfer from Mercyhurst North East

Transfer from Southern Maryland (2009-10)

High School: Played at Shenango ... four-year letterman, all-conference, all-section

High School: Played at La Plata ... member of state championship team

On A Personal Note: Born Sept. 20, 1989 ... Son of Roger and Alissa DeCarbo

On A Personal Note: Born Aug. 14, 1990 ... Son of Joe and Denise Sapienza

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KYLE THOMAS

KYLE WEARY

Sophomore 6-2, Pitcher Major: Sport Management

Freshman 6-2, Pitcher Major: Pre-Education

MUNHALL, PA.

Transfer from Delaware (2010)

High School: Played at Palmyra ... first-team alldivision On A Personal Note: Born Nov. 4, 1991 ... Son of Russell and Wendy Weary

COACHING STAFF

High School: Played at Steel Valley ... all-section, WPIAL All-Star, Post-Gazette South Athlete of the Year ... French Club, Honor Roll On A Personal Note: Born Jan. 8, 1990 ... Son of Bill and Dawn Thomas

PALMYRA, PA.

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Cal U defeated Kutztown to win the PSAC Championship last season with a walk-off single, 10-9.

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since 2004 with a two-out, walk-off single by freshman third baseman Evan King against nationally-ranked Kutztown. In the first game of the tournament, freshman catcher Kyle Petty delivered a two-out, walk-off single against Mansfield. Cal U earned an automatic berth to the NCAA Atlantic Regional Tournament and posted one-run victories over the host Golden Bears and Seton Hill to finish the season with the second-most wins in school history.

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The Vulcans posted one of the most thrilling seasons in school history, winning the PSAC Championship in walk-off fashion and narrowly missing their first-ever appearance in the College World Series. Under PSAC West Coach of the Year Mike Conte, Cal U finished the year with a 34-18 overall record and 17-7 mark in divisional play. Redshirt sophomore Randy Sturgill anchored the pitching staff with one of the best seasons by a hurler in program history. He finished the year with a 9-1 record and 3.19 ERA in 79.0 innings with a conference-best 94 strikeouts. After the season, he was selected an ABCA AllAmerican and the ABCA Atlantic Region and PSAC West Pitcher of the Year. The Vulcans offense was led by a pair of record-setting outfielders in Sam DiMatteo and Troy Handza. DiMatteo posted a .400 average with 27 doubles, 11 homers, 53 RBI, and 43 stolen bases as a senior to earn allregion honors from ABCA, Daktronics and NCBWA. For his efforts in leading Cal U to its first conference title in six years, he was named the PSAC Tournament MVP. DiMatteo finished his Vulcan career as the program’s all-time leader in hits, runs scored and stolen bases. Handza set single-season school records with both 61 runs scored and 61 RBI. Only a sophomore, he hit at a .388 clip with 18 doubles, 11 homers and 32 steals to earn All-PSAC West First-Team honors. Handza also earned all-region laurels from ABCA, Daktronics and NCBWA. For his defensive prowess, Handza was a recipient of the ABCA Rawlings Gold Glove. Playing at Point Stadium in Johnstown, the Vulcans captured their first PSAC Championship

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2010 RESULTS

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INNS 9 9 7 6 7 7 9 9 (14) 9 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 9 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 9 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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DATE OPPONENT SCORE R-H-E R-H-E 02/08/10 at #17 Catawba L 5-6 5-9-1 6-9-3 02/08/10 at #17 Catawba L 4-11 4-9-4 11-15-0 03/01/10 at Mars Hill W 5-1 5-6-3 1-5-0 03/01/10 at Mars Hill L 6-19 6-5-1 19-16-1 03/06/10 vs. West Liberty W 1-0 1-4-1 0-3-0 03/06/10 vs. West Liberty W 11-5 11-10-1 5-8-3 03/07/10 vs. West Liberty W 10-5 10-12-1 5-9-4 03/08/10 vs. Concord L 11-13 11-18-2 13-12-1 03/09/10 at #30 Armstrong Atlantic W 10-9 10-20-1 9-12-2 03/10/10 vs. Concord L 5-14 5-15-3 14-16-1 03/13/10 vs. Slippery Rock !* W 8-4 8-8-3 4-5-0 03/13/10 vs. Slippery Rock !* W 8-3 8-12-0 3-8-1 03/14/10 vs. Slippery Rock !* W 13-8 13-13-2 8-11-1 03/14/10 vs. Slippery Rock !* W 8-6 8-11-3 6-8-2 03/16/10 at Shippensburg L 6-9 6-7-1 9-11-0 03/16/10 at Shippensburg L 6-9 6-12-0 9-12-0 03/19/10 at Mercyhurst * L 0-9 0-2-3 9-12-0 03/19/10 at Mercyhurst * L 0-4 0-7-0 4-10-0 03/20/10 MERCYHURST * W 13-5 13-11-1 5-5-3 03/20/10 MERCYHURST * W 9-8 9-8-3 8-9-3 03/24/10 at Seton Hill l 1-5 1-5-1 5-9-1 03/27/10 CLARION * W 8-3 8-10-0 3-6-2 03/27/10 CLARION * W 5-2 5-6-1 2-5-2 03/31/10 at Clarion W 6-0 6-11-0 0-2-1 03/31/10 at Clarion L 13-6 13-10-2 6-12-2 04/02/10 FAIRMONT STATE W 14-4 14-13-1 4-7-2 04/02/10 FAIRMONT STATE W 16-2 16-15-0 2-3-2 04/03/10 FAIRMONT STATE W 11-0 11-10-0 0-5-4 04/03/10 FAIRMONT STATE W 4-3 4-10-1 3-4-0 04/09/10 at Gannon * W 13-3 13-14-1 3-6-3 04/09/10 at Gannon * W 5-3 5-7-1 3-7-1 04/10/10 GANNON* W 5-1 5-7-0 1-5-2 04/10/10 GANNON* W 4-1 4-6-1 1-5-2 04/14/10 SETON HILL L 5-9 5-12-3 9-9-2 04/16/10 INDIANA (PA.)* W 3-1 3-6-0 1-7-1 04/16/10 INDIANA (PA.)* L 2-10 2-5-5 10-15-1 04/17/10 at Indiana (Pa.)* L 0-9 0-3-1 9-9-0 04/17/10 at Indiana (Pa.)* L 8-9 8-9-1 9-16-2 04/20/10 Charleston (W.Va.) W 16-7 16-16-1 7-11-1 04/20/10 Charleston (W.Va.) W 21-13 21-24-2 13-15-3 04/23/10 at Lock Haven* L 5-6 5-7-2 6-10-2 04/23/10 at Lock Haven* W 9-1 9-14-1 1-4-2 04/24/10 LOCK HAVEN* L 13-14 13-12-3 14-13-3 04/24/10 LOCK HAVEN* W 9-8 9-13-3 8-10-2 04/28/10 vs. Mansfield # W 6-5 6-11-3 5-10-3 04/29/10 vs. #7 West Chester # W 8-3 8-11-0 3-10-2 04/30/10 vs. Slippery Rock # W 11-10 11-11-2 10-17-2 05/01/10 vs. #14 Kutztown # W 10-9 10-14-4 9-14-1 05/13/10 at #12 Kutztown $ W 4-3 4-7-1 3-10-0 05/14/10 vs. West Virginia State $ L 2-7 2-5-4 7-7-0 05/15/10 vs. Seton Hill $ W 6-5 6-11-1 5-10-1 05/15/10 vs. #16 West Chester $ L 2-7 2-6-1 7-12-3 * - PSAC West game; HOME GAMES IN ALL CAPS; ! - Savannah (Ga.) Invitational; # - PSAC Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; () - extra-inning game

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2010 STATISTICS OVERALL: 34-18 • PSAC WEST 17-7 • HOME 14-3 • AWAY 8-11 • NEUTRAL 12-4

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DiDomenico .471 17-1 17 3 8 1 0 1 3 12 .706 0 6 .471 0-0 Berringer .333 24-16 51 10 17 2 1 1 13 24 .417 9 12 .422 1-1 Petty .324 25-19 71 14 23 7 1 3 15 41 .577 6 15 .385 3-3 Gorski .318 14-7 22 4 7 2 0 0 6 9 .409 4 3 .500 0-0 Lamont .310 21-18 58 8 18 4 0 0 14 22 .379 1 5 .333 0-1 Morales .286 21-1 7 9 2 0 0 0 0 2 .286 0 1 .286 0-0 Bowser .218 27-14 55 5 12 1 2 0 11 17 .309 4 13 .262 4-4 Misch .111 16-3 18 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 .167 2 7 .292 2-2 Totals .331 52-52 1569 384 520 116 14 39 342 781 .498 197 260 .412 151-174 Oppenents .301 52-52 1597 317 481 69 6 28 276 646 .405 226 348 .397 77-89

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Name AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO OB% SB-ATT DiMatteo .400 52-52 180 57 72 27 2 11 53 136 .756 25 30 .484 43-48 Handza .388 52-52 183 61 71 18 2 11 61 126 .689 18 29 .454 32-35 King .346 50-48 159 43 55 7 1 0 26 64 .403 25 17 .426 12-19 Links .339 52-52 174 37 59 13 0 3 37 81 .466 25 22 .413 5-5 Teagarden .333 51-50 150 42 50 4 1 1 26 59 .393 15 25 .394 23-26 Faust .301 44-41 123 23 37 10 1 7 35 70 .569 16 36 .389 3-3 Welsh .289 44-42 128 29 37 9 2 1 19 53 .414 21 25 .392 8-10 Ordy .289 52-52 173 35 50 10 1 0 21 62 .358 26 14 .394 15-17

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2010 Hitting Statistics (All sorted by batting average)

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2010 Pitching Statistics (All sorted by batting average) Name Sturgill Zimm Schreiber Lavrusky Kirker Sobol Petty Gannon Hulme Welsh Kerr Zelena Honick Totals Oppenents

ERA 3.19 4.26 6.89 7.47

W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP 9-1 12 12 6 1/0 0 79.0 6-2 12 9 4 1/0 1 61.1 6-4 17 10 3 0/0 2 64.0 6-2 12 8 0 0/0 0 47.0

H R ER BB SO B/AVG 83 37 28 35 94 .263 55 40 29 25 43 .235 78 57 49 47 51 .311 77 53 39 27 37 .362

4.21 2-0 12 1 0 0/0 3 25.2 27 12 12 12 22 4.50 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 2.0 2 1 1 1 1 4.84 1-2 12 2 1 1/0 3 22.1 23 13 12 10 29 5.97 2-1 11 4 0 0/0 0 28.2 48 34 19 10 24 6.00 1-0 6 0 0 0/0 0 6.0 6 5 4 9 4 6.50 1-4 12 3 0 0/0 2 36.0 44 33 26 28 27 6.75 0-1 6 1 0 0/0 0 10.2 19 9 8 9 8 19.29 0-1 4 2 0 0/0 0 2.1 6 7 5 8 4 21.60 0-0 8 0 0 0/0 0 5.0 13 16 12 5 4 5.63 34-18 52 52 14 3/0 11 390.0 481 317 244 226 348 7.19 18-34 52 52 17 3/0 2 381.2 520 384 305 197 260

PB - Team (22), Lamont 13, Petty 6, Berringer 3, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (7), Schreiber 4, Berringer 1, Welsh 1, Sturgill 1, Opp (20). SBA/ATT - Petty (30-35), Lamont (25-28), Berringer (22-25), Sturgill (17-19), Gannon (16-16), Schreiber (10-13), Lavrusky (10-11), Zimm (5-8), Welsh (6-6), Kirker (5-6), Hulme (5-5), Kerr (2-3), Honick (1-1).

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.276 .250 .271 .353 .250 .308 .388 .462 .481 .301 .331


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L 14 22 15 22 25 20 18 23 24 20 28 36 28 34

G SV IP H R 53 8 424.2 437 261 48 6 349.1 390 247 57 9 442.0 432 279 43 5 294.0 335 220 47 6 335.2 407 256 46 7 337.1 376 249 52 11 390.0 481 317 50 6 367.1 409 312 55 8 389.2 486 334 52 12 369.2 474 335 44 5 315.2 400 307 49 3 341.2 505 359 44 5 314.0 499 404 40 3 267.1 435 346

ER 207 184 233 168 204 208 244 240 261 265 242 308 310 264

BB SO 168 335 196 297 266 364 126 214 132 194 153 324 226 348 249 321 231 249 140 235 175 255 155 238 157 258 154 193

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2010 NCAA Championship Baseball Program

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Team PO A E FLD% DPs SBA PB West Chester 1274 554 64 .966 36 44 10 Kutztown 1326 565 67 .966 48 73 17 East Stroudsburg 1012 357 58 .959 26 49 12 Millersville 1007 429 61 .959 29 55 6 Mercyhurst 1048 446 70 .955 27 77 12 Shippensburg 1025 427 70 .954 33 76 10 Indiana (Pa.) 1169 485 80 .954 44 56 20 Slippery Rock 1102 429 77 .952 12 87 28 California (Pa.) 1170 407 81 .951 25 77 22 Gannon 882 400 66 .951 21 51 17 Mansfield 1109 513 87 .949 39 48 15 Bloomsburg 942 347 81 .941 21 76 12 Lock Haven 947 349 82 .940 11 62 15 Clarion 802 308 71 .940 29 92 22

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ERA W 4.39 39 4.74 26 4.74 42 5.14 21 5.47 22 5.55 26 5.63 34 5.88 27 6.03 31 6.45 32 6.90 16 8.11 13 8.89 16 8.89 6

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Team West Chester Mercyhurst Kutztown Gannon Millersville East Stroudsburg California (Pa.) Slippery Rock Indiana (Pa.) Mansfield Lock Haven Shippensburg Bloomsburg Clarion

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Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB West Chester .340 53 1746 487 594 132 21 69 226 250 124 Mansfield .334 52 1549 392 517 113 7 40 181 239 64 Slippery Rock .334 50 1565 344 522 110 21 31 138 285 44 California (Pa.) .331 52 1569 384 520 116 14 39 197 260 151 Indiana (Pa.) .329 55 1662 414 547 107 39 28 199 291 143 Bloomsburg .326 44 1356 318 442 104 7 23 158 242 70 Kutztown .326 57 1831 481 596 108 12 53 274 308 83 East Stroudsburg .318 46 1391 287 442 86 6 35 149 214 60 Lock Haven .303 44 1322 293 401 80 9 29 205 253 50 Mercyhurst .299 48 1413 281 423 73 7 25 177 233 62 Gannon .286 43 1150 190 329 68 5 12 135 240 51 Shippensburg .285 49 1425 263 406 82 7 29 156 252 36 Millersville .270 47 1342 239 362 89 4 23 185 301 59 Clarion .269 40 1103 145 297 55 6 14 99 253 15

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Batting Average Paul Bingham, IUP Shayne Houck, Kutztown Sam DiMatteo, California (Pa.) Joey Ianiero, Bloomsburg Jamison Walck, Slippery Rock Slugging Pct. Shayne Houck, Kutztown Sam DiMatteo, California (Pa.) Paul Bingham, IUP Kyle Stryker, IUP Troy Handza, California (Pa.) Runs Scored Shayne Houck, Kutztown Paul Bingham, IUP Mike Kacelowicz, Kutztown Kevin McGrath, West Chester Two tied at Hits Paul Bingham, IUP Shayne Houck, Kutztown Joe Wendle, West Chester Matt Howard, Slippery Rock Kevin McGrath, West Chester

.463 .449 .400 .400 .396

.865 .756 .705 .699 .689

74 70 65 65 64

88 83 81 75 74

Runs Batted In Shayne Houck, Kutztown Kyle Orensky, West Chester Kyle Stryker, IUP Troy Handza, California (Pa.) Two tied at

77 67 62 61 59

Doubles Sam DiMatteo, California (Pa.) Shayne Houck, Kutztown Kyle Orensky, West Chester Derek Diruscia Two tied at

27 24 22 21 20

Home Runs Shayne Houck, Kutztown Kyle Stryker, IUP Matt Baer, West Chester Troy Handza, California (Pa.) Sam DiMatteo, California (Pa.)

17 13 13 11 11

Stolen Bases Paul Bingham, IUP Sam DiMatteo, California (Pa.) Troy Handza, California (Pa.) Charlie Kelly, West Chester Jamie Smith, IUP

45 43 32 30 28

Pitching Leaders ERA Nathan Reed, Kutztown Jordan Backes, Mercyhurst Greg Radwan, Gannon Ryan Stauffer, Millersville Randy Sturgill, California, (Pa.)

2.60 2.69 3.05 3.14 3.19

Opposing Batting Avg. Nathan Reed, Kutztown Forrest Mengle, Millersville Brian Gunnell, Gannon Jordan Lehman, West Chester Jordan Backes, Mercyhurst

.164 .222 .225 .225 .227

Innings Pitched Fred Breidenbach, West Chester Randy Sturgill, California, (Pa.) Jordan Lehman, West Chester Nathan Reed, Kutztown Christian Saveri, East Stroudsburg

80.1 79.0 77.1 72.2 69.1

Batters Struck Out Randy Sturgill, California, (Pa.) Nathan Reed, Kutztown Jordan Backes, Mercyhurst Grant Kernaghan, Bloomsburg Joby Lapkowicz, Slippery Rock

94 71 69 66 66

Wins Fred Breidenbach, West Chester Randy Sturgill, California, (Pa.) Mike Bucklin, Kutztown

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CONTE VS. PSAC TEAMS Team........................ Years...........Record (Pct.) Clarion.................... 1997-10.............. 48-8 (.857) East Stroudsburg.......2007................ 1-0 (1.000) Edinboro................. 1997-03............ 13-15 (.464) Gannon*................ 2003-10.............. 17-3 (.850) Indiana (Pa.).......... 1997-10............ 35-21 (.625) Kutztown................. 1997-10.............. 8-15 (.348) Lock Haven............ 1997-10......... 38-17-1 (.688) Mansfield................ 1997-10................ 4-6 (.400) Mercyhurst*............ 2003-10................ 5-5 (.500) Millersville...................2008................ 2-0 (1.000) Shippensburg......... 2002-10............ 14-14 (.500) Slippery Rock......... 1997-10............ 28-35 (.444) West Chester.......... 2003-10................ 3-6 (.333) * - joined PSAC prior to the 2009 season

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PSAC POST-SEASON

2010 FINAL PSAC WEST STANDINGS ------PSAC------ ------OVERALL-----W L PCT. 18 6 .750 17 7 .708 16 8 .667 13 11 .542 12 12 .500 7 17 .292 1 23 .042

PSAC WEST PITCHER OF THE YEAR Randy Sturgill So. California (Pa.)

PSAC WEST COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Conte California (Pa.) * - previous All-PSAC First-Team selection ^ - previous All-PSAC Second-Team selection

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Mike Conte

NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES - May 23-26 Kutztown d. Franklin Pierce, 2-1 Southern Indiana d. Kutztown, 7-1 Franklin Pierce d. Kutztown, 6-2

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Randy Sturgill

NCAA ATLANTIC REGIONAL - May 13-16 West Chester d. Mansfield, 9-6 California (Pa.) d. Kutztown, 4-3 Seton Hill d. West Virginia State, 6-0 Kutztown d. Mansfield, 9-5 West Virginia State d. California (Pa.), 7-2 West Chester d. Seton Hill, 9-3 California (Pa.) d. Seton Hill, 6-5 Kutztown d. West Virginia State, 10-5 West Chester d. California, 7-2 Kutztwon d. West Chester, 14-5 Kutztown d. West Chester, 2-0

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PSAC WEST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Ben Rawding Mercyhurst

POST-SEASON PSAC TOURNAMENT - April 28 California (Pa.) d. Mansfield, 6-5 West Chester d. Slippery Rock, 7-6 Kutztown d. Mercyhurst, 12-5 Indiana (Pa.) d. East Stroudsburg, 7-3 PSAC TOURNAMENT - April 29 Slippery Rock d. Mansfield, 18-9 Mercyhurst d. East Stroudsburg, 7-2 California (Pa.) d. West Chester, 8-3 Kutztown d. Indiana (Pa.) 8-3 PSAC TOURNAMENT - April 30 Slippery Rock d. West Chester, 9-5 Indiana (Pa.) d. Mercyhurst, 14-12 California (Pa.) d. Slippery Rock, 11-10 Kutztown d. Indiana (Pa.) 6-2 PSAC CHAMPIONSHIP - May 1 California (Pa.) d. Kutztown, 10-9

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PSAC WEST PLAYER OF THE YEAR Paul Bingham Sr. Indiana (Pa.)

SECOND-TEAM ALL-PSAC WEST 1B Adam Links^ Jr. California (Pa.) 2B Jamie Smith Sr. Indiana (Pa.) SS Adam Jury Jr. Slippery Rock 3B Vern Powell Jr. Indiana (Pa.) OF Trey Bennett Sr. Mercyhurst OF Ryan Griffin Sr. Lock Haven OF Kofi Osei-Aning Sr. Indiana (Pa.) C Brandon Crum Sr. Gannon DH Ken Morgan So. Clarion UTL Matt McCamley Jr. Lock Haven SP Corey Betz^ Sr. Indiana (Pa.) SP George Hebert Jr. Slippery Rock SP Ben Rawding Fr. Mercyhurst RP Kyle Petty Fr. California (Pa.)

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FIRST-TEAM ALL-PSAC WEST 1B Kyle Stryker Sr. Indiana (Pa.) 2B Billy Messer^* Jr. Slippery Rock SS Paul Bingham^^^ Sr. Indiana (Pa.) 3B Ethan Santora So. Mercyhurst OF Sam DiMatteo** Sr. California (Pa.) OF Troy Handza So. California (Pa.) OF Matt Howard So. Slippery Rock C T.J. Nichols^^ Sr. Indiana (Pa.) DH Jacob Oswalt^ Sr. Slippery Rock UTL Adam Gray^ Sr. Mercyhurst SP Jordan Backes Sr. Mercyhurst SP Steve Mondschein Sr. Indiana (Pa.) SP Randy Sturgill So. California (Pa.) RP Stephen Cooke Fr. Indiana (Pa.)

W L PCT. 31 24 .564 34 18 .654 26 22 .542 27 23 .540 21 22 .488 16 28 .364 6 34 .150

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riginating in 1951 to administer and promote men’s athletics, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has evolved into one of the NCAA’s most heralded intercollegiate conferences. The first major step came in 1977, when based on a growing interest, the league reorganized to provide a structure for its women’s programs. Only three years later, lacking a standard competitive division, league voted to reclassify the entire conference to NCAA Division II. The most recent enhancement came during the 200809 academic year when the PSAC expanded for the first time in its rich history, adding full-time members Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, and associate member Long Island University-C.W. Post. The membership now consists of 16 full-time institutions and the one associate. All of the league’s full-time members are located within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which makes the PSAC the largest one-state conference in the NCAA. The league has also grown to share the distinctions as: The largest conference in Division II, the largest footballplaying conference in the NCAA, and, with 23, the conference that sponsors the most championships at the Division II level. Highly competitive on a regional and national level, PSAC schools annually combine to send nearly one-third of its teams into NCAA postseason play. Ultimately, the membership’s success has yielded 43 NCAA team and 238 individual title winners.

While proud of its athletic accomplishments, the league also has evolved into one of Division II’s finest from an academic standpoint. Today, nearly one-third of the PSAC’s estimated 6,200 participants are honored each year as “ScholarAthletes” for maintaining a gradepoint average of 3.25 or better - a total that has nearly doubled since PSAC Scholar-Athletes were first recognized in the mid-1990s. Although all 16 current institutions are members of Division II, eight league schools also compete at the Division I level in select sports. PSAC schools enroll over 125,000 students and claim over 709,000 alumni, including 482,000 who reside in Pennsylvania. The PSAC is governed by the presidents of the 16 member institutions. It employs a commissioner, an associate, assistant commissioners and a director of media relations at its headquarters in Lock Haven, Pa. Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 206 Annex Building Lock Haven, PA 17745 Staff Steve Murray - Commissioner Will Adair - Associate Commissioner Carlin Chesick - Assistant Commissioner/ Senior Woman Administrator Matt Beltz - Director of Media Relations

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PSAC MEMBERS WESTERN DIVISION California Clarion Gannon Indiana Lock Haven Mercyhurst Slippery Rock EASTERN DIVISION Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Kutztown Mansfield Millersville Shippensburg West Chester

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RECORD BOOK

PITCHING APPEARANCES 24 - Ian Heisel (2004) 24 - Dave Yasenchak (1983) 23 - Andrew Rafalski (2006) 21 - Ian Heisel (2005) 18 - Andrew Rafalski (2007) 18 - Bryan Hilbert (2005) 18 - Brian Zandarelli (1986) 17 - Nick Schreiber (2010) 17 - Nick Damico (2002) 17 - Dustin Mattocks (1997) WINS 9 - Randy Sturgill (2010) 9 - Rick Krist (1994) 8 - Chris Doerschner (2007) 8 - Ian Heisel (2004) 8 - Brian Sanner (1993) 8 - Rick Krivda (1989) 7 - 6 players tied SAVES 9 - Dave Yasenchak (1983) 7 - Andrew Rafalski (2006) 6 - Ian Heisel (2004) 6 - Dave Yasehchak (1982)

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AT BATS 198 - Brian Stoecklein (2003) 192 - Mike Larson (2004) 189 - Lee Rohan (2007) 183 - Troy Handza (2010) 180 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 179 - Greg Beucher (2004) 176 - Tim Gabaner (1990) 174 - Adam Links (2010) 174 - Lee Rohan (2006) 173 - Aaron Ordy (2010) 173 - Sam DiMatteo (2009)

* - NCAA Individual Champion

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HOME RUNS 15 - Bryan Hartung (2003) 12 - Sam DiMatteo (2009) 12 - Ryan Balan (2002) 12 - Chris McManus (1997) 11 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 11 - Troy Handza (2010) 11 - Randy Wadsworth (1987) 11 - Kurt Wells (1984) 10 - Stephen Hermann (2009) 10 - Dan Gustovich (1980)

STRIKEOUTS 106 - Rick Krivda (1991) 104 - Rick Krivda (1990) 94 - Randy Sturgill (2010) 79 - Brian Zanardelli (1986) 78 - Kevin Pincavitch (1992) 76 - Dan Sanner (1993) 72 - Ian Heisel (2005) 70 - Chris Doerschner (2005) 69 - Jim Robertson (1979) 69 - Bernie Kalocay (1963)

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TRIPLES 12 - Pete Labrasca (1977)* 9 - Steve Luko (1977) 8 - Denny Brown (1969) 6 - 10 players tied

STOLEN BASES 43 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 40 - Sam DiMatteo (2009) 37 - Lee Rohan (2006) 34 - Jon Selby (2009) 32 - Troy Handza (2010) 29 - Robert Hedrick (2006) 28 - Dustin Woodring (2006) 27 - Ken Wysocki (1981) 27 - Drew Aniceti (2006) 26 - Lee Rohan (2007)

ERA (min. 40 IP) 0.91 - Ryan Balan (2002)* 1.28 - Bernie Kalocay (1963) 1.29 - Dave Lostetter (1976) 1.81 - Rick Krivda (1991) 1.83 - Bill Angelo (1976) 1.89 - Rick Krivda (1990) 2.00 - Ian Heisel (2005) 2.00 - Bill Angelo (1975)

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DOUBLES 28 - Brian Stoecklein (2003) 27 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 21 - Jason Foreman (2000) 20 - Brian Stoecklein (2001) 19 - Patrick Sadler (2005) 18 - Troy Handza (2010) 18 - Tim Donnelly (2004) 17 - Mike Larson (2003) 16 - Mike Schmidt (2009) 16 - Steve Flanigan (1995)

RUNS SCORED 61 - Troy Handza (2010) 57 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 57 - Sam DiMatteo (2009) 56 - Randy Wadsworth (1987) 51 - Rich Venezia (1994) 50 - Jon Selby (2009) 48 - Rich Krivanek (2000) 48 - Brian Stoecklein (2001) 47- John Warrick (1994) 45 - Lee Rohan (2007) 45 - Brian Stoecklein (2003) 45 - Dan Urbine (1977)

INNINGS PITCHED 90.2 - Rick Krivda (1990) 83.2 - Brian Zanardelli (1986) 79.0 - Randy Sturgill (2010) 76.0 - Rick Krist (1994) 74.2 - Rick Krivda (1991) 74.2 - Dan Sanner (1993) 72.0 - Carl Robaugh (1997) 68.1 - Stan Oleski (1979) 68.0 - Chris Doerschner (2005) 67.2 - Ian Heisel (2005)

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HITS 81 - Brian Stoecklein (2003) 77 - Mike Larson (2004) 76 - Lee Rohan (2007) 72 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 71 - Troy Handza (2010) 71 - Brian Stoecklein (2001) 70 - Sam DiMatteo (2009) 70 - Bob Boyle (1994) 69 - Robert Hedrick (2006) 69 - Lee Rohan (2006)

RBI 61 - Troy Handza (2010) 56 - Randy Wadsworth (1987) 56 - Brian Stoecklein (2003) 55 - Shayne Busti (2009) 53 - Sam DiMatteo (2010) 51 - Pete LaBraska (1977) 50 - Sam DiMatteo (2009) 50 - Bob Boyle (1994) 49 - Mike Larson (2005) 49 - Brian Stoecklein (2001) 49 - Bryan Hartung (2001)

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BATTING AVERAGE (min. 65 ABs) .462 - Denny Brown (1969) .446 - Greg Martik (1982) .437 - Tim Burns (1983) .432 - Steve Flanigan (1995) .431 - Robert Hedrick (2006) .429 - Bob Boyle (1994) .425 - George Carlock (1968) .423 - Brian Stoecklein (2001) .415 - Shayne Busti (2009) .416 - Denny Brown (1970)

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RECORD BOOK BATTING AVERAGE .431 - Denny Brown (69-71) .415 - Brian Stoecklein (00-03) .399 - Lee Rohan (06-07) .383 - Tim Burns (80-83) .378 - Randy Wadsworth (86-87) .376 - Steve Flanigan (91, 94-95) .376 - Bob Boyle (92-95) .376 - Rick DeLatre (90-93) .375 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) .375 - Mike Larson (02-05) AT BATS 595 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 575 - Bryan Hartung (00-03) 573 - Jason Foreman (99-02) 565 - Jon Selby (06-09) 551 - Jim Burns (86-89) 520 - Robert Hedrick (05-08) 512 - Rick Burdine (89-02) 509- Mike Larson (02-05) 505 - Drew Aniceti (05-08) 501 - Gary Riley (89-92) HITS 223 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 204 - Bryan Hartung (00-03) 201 - Jason Foreman (99-02) 191- Mike Larson (02-05) 188 - Robert Hedrick (05-08) 179 - Jon Selby (06-09) 176 - Jim Burns (86-89) 174 - Rick Burdine (92-95) 172 - Steve Flanigan (91, 94-95) 171 - Bob Boyle (92-95) DOUBLES 50 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 50 - Jason Foreman (99-02) 48 - Brian Stoecklein (00-03) 43- Mike Larson (02- 05) 42 - Rick Burdine (89-92) 39 - John Warrick (91-95) 37 - Jim Burns (86-89) 36 - Bryan Hartung (00-03) 36 - Jim Booth (99-02) 36 - Steve Flanigan (91, 94-95) TRIPLES 20 - Steve Luko (76-80) 20 - Pete LaBraska (74-77) 15 - Steve Flanigan (91,94-95) 13 - Scott Nichols (82-85) 13 - Jim Grimm (85-88) 11 - Kurt Wells (81-84) 10 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 10 - Brad McClelland (01-02) 10 - John Warrick (92-95) 10 - Chris McManus (96-99) 10 - Bill Fowkes (80-82)

Ian Heisel posted a career-high eight victories as a junior in 2004.

HOME RUNS 39 - Bryan Hartung (00-03) 31 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 24 - Wayne Lock (81-84) 21 - Chris McManus (96-99) 20 - Kurt Wells (81-84) 19 - John Warrick (92-95) 18 - Mike Larson (02-05) 18 - Steve Flanigan (91, 94-95) 18 - Randy Wadsworth (86-87) 17 - Jim Burns (86-89) RBI 168 - Bryan Hartung (00-03) 161 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 129 - John Warrick (91-95) 129 - Jim Burns (86-89) 125 - Wayne Lock (81-84) 123 - Jason Foreman (99-02) 121 - Steve Flanigan (91, 94-95) 119- Mike Larson (02- 05) 108 - Brian Stoecklein (01, 03) 108 - Scooter Roebuck (86-89) RUNS SCORED 175 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 133 - Bryan Hartung (00-03) 131 - John Warrick (92-95) 129 - Jason Foreman (99-02) 127 - Jim Burns (86-89) 126 - Jon Selby (06-09) 123 - Ryan Balan (99-02) 118 - Drew Aniceti (05-08) 117 - Robert Hedrick (05-08) 117 - Tom Sankovich (87-90)

PITCHING APPEARANCES 61 - Andrew Rafalski (05-08) 58 - Dave Yasenchak (80-83) 57- Ian Heisel (01-02, 04-05) 54 - Nick Damico (01-04) 46 - Nick Schreiber (07-10) 45 - Carl Robaugh (96-99) 45 - Dan Sanner (90-93) 44 - Bob Saddler (00-03) 44 - Rick Krivda (89-91) 43 - Jason Foreman (99-02) 43 - Ron Awenowicz (88-91) WINS 22 - Rick Krivda (89-91) 20 - Chris Doerschner (04-07) 19 - Jon Squeglia (06-09) 19 - Nick Damico (01-04) 19 - Bob Saddler (00-03) 19 - Stan Oleski (77-80) 18 - Dan Sanner (90-93) 17 - Dan Wolfhope (91-94) 17 - Carl Robaugh (96-99) 17 - Jason Foreman (99-02) SAVES 16 - Dave Yasenchak (80-83) 12 - Ian Heisel (01-02, 04-05) 11 - Andrew Rafalski (05-08) 10 - Robert Hedrick (05-08) 8 - Nick Damico (01-04) 7 - Mike Zaccone (93) 6 - Nick Schreiber (07-10) 5 - Bill Ladika (93-95) 5 - Sean Welsh (08-pres) 5 - Mick Schmidt (09) INNINGS PITCHED 227.1 - Chris Doerschner (04-07) 227 - Rick Krivda (89-91) 220 - Stan Oleski (77-80) 217.2 - Dan Sanner (90-93) 212 - Carl Robaugh (96-99) 203.1 - Bob Saddler (00-03)

STOLEN BASES 115 - Sam DiMatteo (07-10) 79 - Jon Selby (06-09) 78 - Drew Aniceti (05-08) 63 - Lee Rohan (06-07) 62 - Drew Aniceti (05-07) 61 - Robert Hedrick (05-08) 60 - Jerry Klein (78-81) 57 - Gary Riley (89-92) 55 - Troy Handza (09-pres) 45 - Mike Larson (02-05) 45 - Chris McManus (96-99) Jon Selby

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RECORD BOOK STRIKEOUTS (min. 150) 259 - Rick Krivda (89-91) 222 - Dan Sanner (90-93) 221 - Chris Doerschner (04-07) 191 - Jim Robertson (77-80) 183 - Bob Saddler (00-03) 181 - Carl Robaugh (96-99) 178 - Kevin Pincavitch (89-92) 167 - Stan Oleski (77-80) 157 - Nick Damico (01-04) 153 - Dan Wolfhope (91-94)

COMPLETE GAMES (min. 15) 21 - Rick Krivda (89-91) 19 - Dan Sanner (90-93) 16 - Carl Robaugh (96-99) 16 - Marty Kenny (85, 87-89)

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ERA (under 4.00, min. 120 IP) 2.54 - Rick Krivda (89-91) 2.82 - Stan Oleski (77-80) 2.88 - Ian Heisel (01-02, 04-05) 3.04 - Jason Foreman (98-02) 3.27 - Corry Ryan (06-pres) 3.56 - Chris Doerschner (04-07) 3.59 - Jim Robertson (77-80) 3.66 - Nick Damico (01-04) 3.80 - Scott Belcastro (00-01, 03)

COACHING STAFF PLAYERS Chris Doerschner broke the all-time innings pitched record in 2007.

Sam DiMatteo finished his career as the all-time leader in hits, doubles, runs and steals.

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TEAM RECORDS Most wins in a season:......................................................................................................................36 (2007) Most PSAC West wins in a season:........................................................................................17 (2006, 2010) Longest win streak:............................................................................................................................16 (2005) Fewest wins in a season:.....................................................................................................................5 (1964) Fewest losses in a season:..................................................................................................................2 (1961) Most losses in a season:....................................................................................................................26 (1999) Most at-bats in a season:............................................................................................................1,611 (2004) Most hits in a season:......................................................................................................................520 (2010) Most runs in a season:.....................................................................................................................384 (2010) Most doubles in a season:..............................................................................................................116 (2010) Most triples in a season:....................................................................................................................47 (1977) Most home runs in a season:...........................................................................................................52 (2009) Most RBI in a season:.......................................................................................................................342 (2010) Most walks in a season:..................................................................................................................249 (1983) Most stolen bases in a season:......................................................................................................173 (2006) Highest team average in a season:..............................................................................................350 (1977) Lowest team ERA in a season:......................................................................................................2.76 (1976) Highest fielding percentage in a season:....................................................................................967 (1976) Most doubles plays turned in a season:...............................................................................43 (2004, 2007) PSAC West Championships (since 1994):........................................................................... 6 (2001-02, 04-07) PSAC Tournament Appearances (since 1994):....................................... 11 (1994, 1997, 2001-07, 2009-10) PSAC Tournament Championships (since 1994):......................................................................2 (2004, 2010) PSAC Tournament Record (since 1994):.................................................................................................. 15-17

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ALL-TIME HONORS

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PSAC WEST ALL-STARS 1976 Second Team Dave Kubacki, 3B Pete Labrasca, DH Dave Lostetter, P

1994 First Team* Bob Boyle, DH Steve Flanigan, C John Warrick, 1B

1982 First Team Greg Martik, OF Dave Yasenchak, RP Second Team Tim Burns, SS Jeff Karfelt, P

1995 First Team Bob Boyle, DH Steve Flanigan, C Rick Krist, OF John Warrick, 1B Second Team Mark Bennett, 3B Mike Scouvart, SS

1983 First Team* Joe Bochna, 3B Tim Burns, SS Wayne Lock, OF Troy Smith, 1B Kurt Wells, OF Dave Yasenchak, RP

1996 First Team Bryan DePetro, UTL Chad Renna, 1B Second Team Brian Croftcheck, OF Dean Minerva, C Carl Robaugh, P

1984 First Team* Time Hetz, 3B Wayne Lock, 1B Scott Nichols, SS Kurt Wells, OF

1997 First Team Sean Conway, OF Dustin Mattocks, RP Second Team Eric Herr, SP Dean Minerva, C Steve Peterson, SS Brett Shimek, 3B

1985 First Team* Mike Blocher, P Jim Grimm, OF Scott Nichols, C Brian Schaum, SS/RP 1986 First Team* Kurt Kesneck, OF Rob Marto, OF Randy Wadsworth, C Brian Zandardelli, P 1987 First Team* Marty Kenny, 1B Randy Wadsworth, C 1988 First Team* Marty Kenny, P Scott Roebuck, 1B Bob Yauger, DH 1989 First Team* Rick Burdine, 2B Jim Burns, 1B Rick Krivda, P 1990 First Team* Tim Gaoauer, OF Don Hartman, C Rick Krivda, P 1991 First Team* Rick Krivda, P Don Liberty, OF Kevin Pincavitch, RP 1992 First Team* Kevin Pincavitch, P 1993 First Team* Dan Sanner, P

1998 First Team Mike Peltz, C Second Team Chris McManus, OF Steve Peterson, 2B 1999 First Team Rich Krivanek, 2B Chris McManus, OF Second Team Steve Dailey, OF Jason Foreman, RP Jeremy Platcheck, C 2000 First Team Rich Krivanek, SS Second Team Jason Foreman, 3B 2001 First Team Jim Booth, 1B Jason Foreman, 3B Bryan Hartung, OF Brad Markovich, RP Brian Stoecklein, SS Second Team Ryan Balan, OF Jason Foreman, SP Scott VanSickle, 2B

2003 First Team Bryan Hartung, OF Jeff Lander, C Mike Larson, OF Lee Petersavage, SS Brian Stoecklein, 3B Second Team Jason Greene, DH Bobby Saddler, SP Dennis Show, RP Jason Smith, 2B 2004 First Team Tim Donnelly, 1B Mike Larson, OF Second Team Ian Heisel, RP Mike Larson, SP Patrick Sadler, C 2005 First Team Robert Hedrick, 3B Ian Heisel, SP Patrick Sadler, UTL Jim Samolovitch, DH Second Team Drew Aniceti, SS Chris Doerschner, SP Mike Larson, OF 2006 First Team Drew Aniceti, 2B Robert Hedrick, 3B Jon Leber, UTL Lee Rohan, OF Second Team Chris Doerschner, SP Dave Sibenac, C Dustin Woodring, SS Ryan Yost, OF 2007 First Team Drew Aniceti, OF Chris Doerschner, SP Ryan Kemerer, UTL Chris Novia, DH Jeremy Potter, 3B Lee Rohan, OF Second Team Alex Lefcakis, OF Andrew Rafalski, RP Nick Schreiber, SP Dustin Woodring, 1B

2002 First Team Ryan Balan, OF/P Nick Damico, RP Bryan Hartung, OF Bobby Saddler, SP Second Team Jim Booth, 1B Jason Foreman, 3B/SP Scott VanSickle, SS Lee Rohan

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ALL-TIME HONORS PSAC COACH OF THE YEAR@ 1997 - Mike Conte 2001 - Mike Conte 2004 - Mike Conte 2006 - Mike Conte 2007 - Mike Conte 2010 - Mike Conte

2009 - Shayne Busti (first team) 2010 - Sam DiMatteo (first team) 2010 - Troy Handza (first team) 2010 - Randy Sturgill (first team) 2010 - Kyle Petty (second team)

@ - selected from 1995-pres

2009 First Team Shayne Busti, SS Sam DiMatteo, OF Second Team Adam Links, UTL Mike Schmidt, 3B/RP Jon Selby, OF Jon Squeglia, SP

PSAC TOP 10

2009 - Sam DiMatteo (third team) 2009 - Shayne Busti (HM) 2010 - Sam DiMatteo (HM) 2010 - Troy Handza (HM)

2009 First Team Sam DiMatteo, OF Troy Handza, OF Randy Sturgill, P Second Team Adam Links, 1B Kyle Petty, P

2004 - Mike Larson 2005 - Mike Larson

PSAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

ABCA ALL-AMERICAN

PSAC ALL-STARS^

ABCA NATIONAL GOLD GLOVE

1971 First Team Dennis Brown, SS

2010 - Troy Handza

1972 Second Team Jack Zduriencik, C 1973 First Team Jack Zduriencik, C

PSAC ATHLETE OF THE YEAR# 1991 - Rick Krivda # - selected from 1991-94

$ - selected from 1995-present PSAC WEST PITCHER OF THE YEAR& 2010 - Randy Sturgill

PSAC WEST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR! 1992 - John Warrick 2005 - Drew Aniceti 2008 - Randy Sturgill ! - selected from 1991-present

BRUCE DAL CANTON CAL U PITCHING AWARD 2009 - Jon Squeglia 2010 - Randy Sturgill

2009 - Sam DiMatteo (first team) 2009 - Shayne Busti (first team) 2010 - Sam DiMatteo (first team) 2010 - Troy Handza (first team) 2010 - Randy Sturgill (first team) ABCA REGIONAL PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2010 - Randy Sturgill ABCA REGIONAL GOLD GLOVE

BASEBALL MEMBERS IN THE CAL U ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

2010 - Troy Handza (first team)

1995 - Denny Brown, 1971 1995 - Bruce Dal Canton, 1963 1996 - Mitch Bailey, 1953 1997 - Fred Fleming, 1954 1997 - Victor Krupensky-Williams 1998 - Casper Voithofer, 1965 1999 - George Carlock, 1970 1999 - Roy “Don” Mains, 1953 1999 - Walt “Rocky” Sigut, 1964 2000 - Steve Luko, 1980 2001 - Carl Crawley, Jr. 2001 - Daniel Gustovich, 1981 2002 - Rick Krivda 2003 - Frederic Feldman, 1933 2003 - Chuck Gismondi, 1964 2003 - James Norton 2004 - Jim Burns, 1989 2005 - Mark Eckels, 1980 2006 - Andrew Machusko, 1959 2007 - Randy Wadsworth, 1989 2008 - Scott Roebuck, 1988 2009 - Bryan Hartung, 2003 2010 - Jason Foreman, 2002 2010 - John Kovalchick, 1953

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2004 - Mike Larson (third team) 2005 - Mike Larson (second team) CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT II 2003 - Bobby Sadler (first team) 2004 - Mike Larson (first team) 2005 - Adam Balan (first team) 2005 - Mike Larson (first team) DAKTRONICS ALL-AMERICAN 2009 - Sam DiMatteo (HM) DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION 2008 - Robert Hedrick (second team) 2008 - Stephen Hermann (second team) 2009 - Sam DiMatteo (first team)

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& - selected from 2006-present

2010 - Mike Conte

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PSAC WEST ATHLETE OF THE YEAR$ 1995 - Steve Flanigan 2001 - Jason Foreman 2002 - Ryan Balan 2004 - Mike Larson 2006 - Robert Hedrick 2007 - Lee Rohan

NCBWA REGIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

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^ - selected from 1971-73

ABCA ALL-REGION

2009 - Sam DiMatteo (first team) 2009 - Shayne Busti (first team) 2009 - Jon Selby (HM) 2010 - Sam DiMatteo (first team) 2010 - Troy Handza (first team) 2010 - Randy Sturgill (first team) 2010 - Adam Links (HM) 2010 - Kyle Petty (HM)

PLAYERS

* - selected only one team

1991 - Rick Krivda (first team) 2002 - Ryan Balan (HM) 2009 - Sam DiMatteo (second team) 2010 - Randy Sturgill (third team)

NCBWA ALL-REGION

COACHING STAFF

2002 - Bobby Saddler 2003 - Bobby Saddler 2004 - Mike Larson 2005 - Mike Larson

NCBWA ALL-AMERICAN

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2008 First Team Sam DiMatteo, UTL Robert Hedrick, SS Second Team Drew Aniceti, OF Stephen Hermann, C Andrew Rafalski, SP Jon Squeglia, SP Ryan Yost, OF

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YEARS 1960-79 1980-96 1997-pres TOTALS

COACH Mitch Bailey Chuck Gismondi Mike Conte 3 COACHES

SEASONS GAMES WON 20 490 281 17 697 395 14 668 394 51 1,855 1,070

LOST TIED PCT. 209 0 .573 297 5 .570 270 4 .590 776 9 .577

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ABOUT CAL U

COACHING RECORDS

Mitch Bailey (1960-79)

Chuck Gismondi (1980-96)

Mike Conte (1997-present)

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Overall PSAC-W Year W-L W-L 1960 7-3 - 1961 7-2 - 1962 16-5 - 1963 14-6 - 1964 5-7 - 1965 9-11 - 1966 10-9 - 1967 9-10 - 1968 13-12 - 1969 23-12 3-1

Coach Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

15-9 8-12 8-15 7-14 13-13 16-14 24-11-1 25-16 23-12 29-16

3-2 2-8 2-10 1-7 3-7 7-3 4-4-1 8-2 5-5 7-3

Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey Mitch Bailey

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

22-13 23-17-1 27-6-2 28-15 16-22 27-15 19-25 18-21 23-19 23-20

5-5 Chuck Gismondi 9-1 Chuck Gismondi 7-3 Chuck Gismondi 13-3 Chuck Gismondi 4-12 Chuck Gismondi 11-5 Chuck Gismondi 10-10 Chuck Gismondi 7-10 Chuck Gismondi 11-7 Chuck Gismondi 9-11 Chuck Gismondi

Overall PSAC-W Year W-L W-L Coach 1990 27-21-1 11-9 Chuck Gismondi 1991 24-19-1 8-12 Chuck Gismondi 1992 20-16-1 10-10 Chuck Gismondi 1993 25-15 10-10 Chuck Gismondi 1994 32-16 11-9 Chuck Gismondi 1995 22-19-1 11-9 Chuck Gismondi 1996 19-18 13-7 Chuck Gismondi 1997 27-16 14-6 Mike Conte 1998 17-25-1 10-10 Mike Conte 1999 12-26-1 7-13 Mike Conte 2000 29-20 6-14 2001 29-17 16-4 2002 28-16-1 16-3-1 2003 27-23 12-8 2004 32-21-1 14-6 2005 30-20 12-8 2006 33-18 17-3 2007 36-17 15-5 2008 28-18 12-8 2009 32-15 16-8 2010 34-18 17-7

Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte Mike Conte

Totals 1,070-776-9 389-288-1

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VULCANS IN THE PROS Rick Krivda, P

California: early 1960s

California (Pa.): 1989-91

Pittsburgh Pirates: 1976-70 Kansas City Royals: 1971-75 Atlanta Braves: 1975-76 Chicago White Sox: 1977

Baltimore Orioles: 1995-97 Cleveland Indians: 1998 Cincinnati Reds: 1998

Ryan Balan, P California (Pa.): 1999-02 MiLB (2002) Boston Red Sox Jim Booth, INF California (Pa.): 1999-02 Southeastern League (2003) Selma Cloverleafs

Ryan Campbell, P California (Pa.): 2004-05 MiLB (2005) St. Louis Cardinals

Jason Foreman, P California (Pa.): 1999-02 Frontier League (2002) Washington Wild Things

Scott Nichols, C California (Pa.): 1982-85 MiLB (1985-91) St. Louis Cardinals Mike Peltz, C California (Pa.): 1998 Northeast League (1998-99) Catskill Cougars New Jersey Jackals Kevin Pincavitch, P California (Pa.): 1989-92 MiLB (1993-97) Los Angeles Dodgers Northern League (1999-01) New Jersey Jackals Atlantic League (2000) Atlantic City Surf Northeast League (2003-04) Bangor Lumberjacks

Brian Schaum, INF California (Pa.): 1985 MiLB (1985) Pittsburgh Pirates Brian Stoecklein, INF California (Pa.): 2000-03 MiLB (2003) Atlanta Braves Frontier League (2004) Washington Wild Things Rich Venezia, INF California (Pa.): 1992-94 MiLB (1994-95) Pittsburgh Pirates Randy Wadsworth, C California (Pa.): 1986-87 MiLB (1987) Los Angeles Dodgers Additional players include: Adam Balan Jim Booth Denny Brown Sam DiMatteo Adam Dukate Keith Henry Mike Larson

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Steve Flanigan California (Pa.): 1991, 94-95 MiLB (1995-96) Pittsburgh Pirates Northeast League (1997) Adirondack Lumberjacks

Ian Heisel, P California (Pa.): 2001-02, 04-05 MiLB (2005-06) Pittsburgh Pirates Frontier League (2007-08) Washington Wild Things

Patrick Sadler, C California (Pa.): 2004-05 Frontier League (2006-07) Washington Wild Things

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Shayne Busti, INF California (Pa.): 2009 Frontier League (2009) Washington Wild Things

Robert Hedrick, INF/P California (Pa.): 2005-08 Frontier League (2009-10) Washington Wild Things Southern Illinois Miners

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Ralph Adams, P California (Pa.): early 1980s MiLB (1983-86) New York Mets

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DR. ANGELO ARMENTI, JR.

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W

elcome to California University of Pennsylvania and another exciting season of Vulcan baseball. I am confident that Coach Mike Conte, his staff and the players will continue to build upon the baseball tradition and make this a year to remember. This was a year of remarkable achievements at Cal U. In the past 12 months our academic offerings have been strengthened and expanded. Our beautiful campus continues to evolve, and our enrollment continues to grow. Our athletic teams won statewide and regional titles. Cal U finished with an impressive No. 2 national ranking in the final

standings of the 2009-10 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. This second place-finish is the highest by a PSAC school since the Directors’ Cup was initiated prior to the 1995-96 academic year. The Vulcans are the only PSAC school to break into the top five of the standings and the only school to post three-straight Top 10 finishes. We are very proud of our student-athletes, coaches and many individuals behind the scenes who are responsible for this magnificent accomplishment. I am particularly proud of our student-athletes who perform well not only on the field of play, but also in the classroom. During the 2009-10 academic year, a total of 205 Cal U student athletes, were named to the Spring 2010 edition of the Vulcan Athletic Director Honor Roll. For the eighth-consecutive semester, Cal U athletic programs compiled a cumulative gradepoint average of 3.00 or higher. In addition, a combined 141 studentathletes from Cal U representing all sports (fall, winter and spring) were named PSAC Scholar-Athletes for the 2009-10 academic year. Our athletes have put in hundreds of hours of practice, and their hard work and dedication make them winners regardless of the score. The same can be said of the coaching staff, whose devotion to their sport and their players is an inspiration.

On May 19, 1992, Dr. Angelo Armenti, Jr. was appointed by the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education as the sixth president of California University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1852. He holds a B.S. degree in Physics from Villanova University, and MA and Ph.D. degrees from Temple University in special and general relativity, respectively. He had a distinguished 20-year career at Villanova University prior to becoming president of California University. At Villanova he served as professor of physics, chair of the department of physics, Dean of University College, and Director of Planning. In addition to scholarly publications in scientific journals, Dr. Armenti received the Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1978, and was named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow in 1992, one of only thirty-two individuals selected nationally for this recognition. His book, The Physics of Sports, commissioned by the American Institute of Physics, remains in print since its initial publication in 1992. Since Dr. Armenti’s arrival at California University in 1992, applications have increased by 90%; average SATs have increased by 113 points; FTE enrollments have increased by 43%; and four-year graduation rates have increased by 94%. Many new academic programs have been initiated including: Master of Social Work (MSW); Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT); Master of Science President & Mrs. Armenti in Multi-Media Technology;

The mission of Cal U is to build character and build careers. While the formal part of the education occurs in classrooms, laboratories, and internship sites, the other part of a college education takes place in residence halls, the Natali Student Union and in various sport venues, such as CONSOL Energy Park. Baseball and our other athletic programs provide students with an experience that helps them to learn and to grow in ways that will benefit them the rest of their lives. Teamwork is important not only on the field, but in the boardroom, the operating room and in the classroom. Many of our alumni who were student-athletes during their time here have distinguished themselves in endeavors far removed from their sport, but they have carried with them the important life lessons they have learned on the field and from their coaches, their teammates, and even their opponents. I hope that you enjoy the 20102011 season and that you will support all of these young athletes enthusiastically.

Angelo Armenti, Jr. President

Physical Therapy Assistant; Sports Management; Graphic Design, Computer Engineering Technology, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Music Technology and Nursing Administration. Other University accomplishments since his arrival as president include: creation of an Athletic Hall of Fame; winning the Dixon Trophy as well as three National championships (two in women’s softball and one in women’s basketball); a successfully completed $13 million (first ever) capital campaign; a second capital campaign that is currently on schedule to reach its $35 million goal; a twenty-fold increase in endowment funds; the adoption by the University of the core values of Integrity, Civility, and Responsibility; the adoption of a University Bill of Rights and Responsibilities; the creation of the University Forum—a new governance structure; adoption of a new general education curriculum; implementation of a $200 million master plan, including: the building of the Eberly Science and Technology Center, the Kara Alumni House, the Duda Classroom Building, a 6,000 seat Convocation Center, and six modern new residence halls; the renovation or expansion of numerous other buildings on campus; and the creation of Global Online, the University’s internet-based outreach to some 2,000 students from around the world. Dr. Armenti has been active with the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and has served as Campaign Chair and President of the Mon Valley United Way. In 2001 he became a Certified Covey Trainer on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. He is a member of the board of directors of the Washington County Redevelopment Authority, a member of the board of directors of the Greater Pittsburgh council of Boy Scouts of America, and Chair of the Commission of Presidents of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. He is married to the former Barbara Malinowski and, together, they have five grown children and nine grandchildren. His avocations include piano, photography and sailing.

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ADMINISTRATION 2011 PREVIEW

DR. JOYCE HANLEY Executive Vice President

GERALDINE M. JONES Provost/ Vice President for Academic Affairs

DR. CHARLES MANCE Vice President for University Technology Services

FRANK BAUER Associate Vice President for Athletic Development

DR. TOM PUCCI Athletic Director

DR. KAREN HJERPE Associate Athletic Director & Senor Woman Administrator

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CRAIG BUTZINE Interim Vice President for Marketing & University Relations

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DR. LENORA ANGELONE Vice President for Student Development & Services

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ABOUT CAL U

ACADEMICS Cal U student-athletes posted a banner year in athletic competition during the 2009-10 season, five PSAC West titles, four PSAC crowns and two NCAA regional trophies with nine team and 14 individual appearances in NCAA post-season play. The success continued as Cal U finished second in the final standings of the 2009-10 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. In addition to athletic prowess, the Vulcans also excelled in the classroom. A total of 205 Cal U student athletes, representing all sports (fall, winter & spring), were named to the Spring 2010 edition of the Vulcan Athletic Director Honor Roll. For the eighth-straight semester, Cal U athletic programs compiled a cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 or higher. Cal U also featured 16 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District selections highlighted by four Academic AllAmericans. To be eligible for the academic all-district Pitcher Tyler Zimm earned honor, student-athletes must maintain a cumulative 3.20 PSAC Scholar-Athlete honors GPA or higher, reached sophomore athletics and academic as a freshman in 2009-10. standing at their institution and participated in at least 50 percent of the team’s games as a starter or an important reserve with legitimate athletic credentials. In addition, a combined 141 student-athletes from Cal U representing all sports were named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Scholar-Athletes for the 2009-10 academic year. To be eligible for the academic honor, student-athletes must maintain at least a 3.25 cumulative grade-point average (GPA) while competing in an intercollegiate varsity sport. Cal U ranked sixth among the 16-member conference with 141 scholar-athletes. The baseball team had seven players earning PSAC Scholar-Athlete status.

Cal U AD Honor Roll

COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS

(Fall 2010) Joey Borrelli

Giovanni Morales

Devin Dellinger

Illion Nolan

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Pat Gannon

John Orr

Renata da Silva - Volleyball **

Devin Gorski

Corry Ryan

Frank Ehrensberger - Men’s T&F/XC

Troy Handza

Casey Teagarden

Carina Honeygosky - Women’s Soccer

William Kaufman

Kyle Weary

Dan Jordan - Football

William Kerr

Sean Welsh

Julie Mackenzie - Softball ***

Jim Kirker

Mike Whisler

Joanna Nist - Volleyball

Mark Mason

Tyler Zimm

Sonia Petrosoniak - Softball *** Lauren Shaheen - Softball *

PSAC Scholar-Athletes (Fall 2009 - Spring 2010) Joey Borrelli Dylan DiDomenico** Matt Godwin

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ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II Selections

Nick Schreiber Greg Sobol Tyler Zimm ** indicates perfect 4.00 GPA for both 2009-10 semesters

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2011 CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA BASEBALL GUIDE


UNIVERSITY PROFILE

2011 PREVIEW

COACHING STAFF PLAYERS

2010 REVIEW

HISTORY

ABOUT CAL U

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2011 PREVIEW

COACHING STAFF

PLAYERS

2010 REVIEW

HISTORY

ABOUT CAL U

UNIVERSITY PROFILE

40

2011 CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA BASEBALL GUIDE


2011 Cal U Baseball Guide  

The official publication for the Cal U baseball program covering the 2011 season.

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