Page 1


The Future Home of Chanticleer Baseball


Coastal CAROLINA UNIVERSITY CHANTICLEERS • 2012 Baseball •

QUICK FACTS AND TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Information Name of School.................................... Coastal Carolina University City/Zip.............................................................Conway, S.C. 29528 Founded.................................................................................. 1954 Enrollment.............................................................................. 9,084 Nickname.................................................................... Chanticleers School Colors............................................... Teal, Bronze and Black Affiliation................................................................ NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................... Big South President.................................... David A. DeCenzo (Maryland ‘78) Athletics Director...........................Hunter Yurachek (Guilford ‘90) Athletic Dept. Phone...............................................(843) 347-3161 Ticket Office Phone..................................................(843) 347-TIXX

Baseball Stadium Home Field.....................Charles Watson Stadium /Vrooman Field Capacity.................................................................................. 2,000 Dimensions.............320 (LL), 360 (LC), 390 (CF), 360 (RC), 325 (RF) Surface................................................................................... Grass

History First Year:................................................................................ 1975 All-Time Record.....................................................1,302-693 (.653) 2011 Postseason........................................... 1-2 Clemson Regional Years in NCAA Regional/Last:.............................................11/2011 Years in NCAA Super Regional/Last:.....................................2/2010

Coaching Staff Head Coach:...............................................................Gary Gilmore Alma Mater/Yr.:............................................... Coastal Carolina ’80 Record at School:..................................... 650-323 (.668 - 16 years) Career Record:...................................... 906-425-2 (.681 - 22 years) Baseball Office Phone:.............................................(843) 349-2524 Assistant Coaches: • Asst Coach/Recruiting Coord. Kevin Schnall (Coastal Carolina ’01)....12th yr • Pitching Coach Drew Thomas (Illinois State ’98).................6th yr • Volunteer Asst Chad Oxendine (Coastal Carolina ‘04)......... 1st yr Director of BB Operations:........ Chris Carter (Coastal Carolina ‘01) Student Assistant...........................................................Jerry Oakes Athletic Trainer:.......................... Barry Lippman (Florida State ‘01)

Sports Information Assoc AD/Media Relations (Baseball SID):................ Mike Cawood Office Phone:...........................................................(843) 349-2822 E-Mail:...........................................................cawood@coastal.edu SID Fax:....................................................................(843) 349-2819 Press Box Phone:.....................................................(843) 234-3474 SID Mailing Address:..............................................P.O. Box 261954 Conway, S.C. 29528 Overnight Address:............................... 132 Chanticleer Drive Way Room 113B Conway, S.C. 29526

Team Information

Overall Record:.................................................................................. 42-21 Conference Record:..............................................................................20-7 Home Record:.......................................................................................26-6 Away Record:..................................................................................... 11-13 Neutral Record:......................................................................................5-1 Final Ranking last year: • 27............................................................................................ Collegiate Baseball • 43........................................................................................................... NCAA RPI • Received Votes............................................................ USA TODAY/ESPN

• Received Votes........................................................................... NCBWA • NA............................................................................... Baseball America

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Future Home of CCU Baseball....................... IFC 2012 Quick Facts and Table of Contents............... 1 The Future Home of CCU Baseball.......................... 2 CCU Practice/Hitting Facility.................................. 3 The Homes of CCU Baseball.................................... 4 Charles L. Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field BB&T Coastal FIeld 2012 CCU Roster...................................................... 5 2012 CCU Player Bios......................................... 6-21 Head Coach Gary Gilmore................................ 22-23 Assistant Coach Kevin Schnall............................. 24 Assistant Coach Drew Thomas............................. 25 Volunteer Assistant Chad Oxendine.................... 26 Dir. of Operations Chris Carter............................. 27 Student Assistant Jerry Oakes............................. 27 CCU Baseball Support Staff.................................. 27 2011 CCU Season in Review/Player Honors....... 28 2011 CCU Season in Review/Notes..................... 29 2011 CCU Season in Review/Results.................. 30 2011 CCU Season in Review/Statistics............... 31 Miscellaneous Records/CCU in the Polls............ 32 All-Time Series Records vs. Oppponents............. 33 Chanticleer National/Regional Honors.......... 34-35 CCU in the MLB Draft............................................. 36 CCU in Major League Baseball............................. 37 Chanticleer Big South Honors......................... 38-39 Team Records/Records by Class & Position....... 40 Annual CCU Statistical Leaders...................... 41-42 CCU as Big South/NCAA Annual Stat Leader...... 43 CCU in the NCAA Stats (since 2000)..................... 44 CCU Single Season Record Book.......................... 45 CCU Career Record Book...................................... 46 CCU All-Time Roster.......................................... 47-49 Yearly Coaching Record........................................ 50 CCU In the National Postseason.......................... 51 All-Time Results................................................ 52-58

1


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l

Coastal Baseball’s New Home for 2014

2

The Coastal Carolina University baseball and softball programs have received approval from the State of South Carolina including finalized architectural renderings for a $10.2 million renovation that will put both programs’ facilities among the nation’s upper echelon. The close proximity of the baseball and softball stadiums, combined with the $1.2 million Practice/Hitting Facility that was completed last spring, will give Coastal Carolina perhaps the best overall baseball-softball combined facilities in the nation. “First, I would like to thank Tami Springs-Brooks for providing the lead gift to make this dream a reality,” said Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek. “Renovating these stadiums will not only be a boost to our recruiting efforts, but will give us facilities that will easily accommodate the numerous fans and media associated with hosting NCAA postseason events. We look forward to invigorating our fan base with the many amenities these facilities will provide. More importantly, we are thrilled to make these improvements for the benefit of our student-athletes.” The preliminary plan is to start construction on both stadiums after the 2012 season, with both the Coastal softball and baseball teams playing their home games at other local venues for the 2013 season before returning to their new confines in 2014. The renovations will keep the current playing surfaces intact while building new grandstands, restrooms, concessions stands, coaches offices, student-athlete locker rooms and lounges, team meeting space, state-of-the-art scoreboards, video instruction system, athletic training rooms, laundry facilities, premium fan areas and media areas. In addition to providing all the amenities of the nation’s best venues. “With our baseball program playing in an NCAA Regional in 10 of the last 11 years, Coastal has reached the point where hosting a Regional or Super Regional is very realistic,” Yurachek said. “With that, we need to have the type of facility that can properly host these events.” The 33,000-square-foot baseball project expands the 850-seat Watson Stadium to include 2,500 permanent seats, with the potential to accommodate between 5,000-6,000 for events like an NCAA postseason tournament. The current configuration will accommodate the extra 3,000-plus fans as a result of grass berms down the right and left field lines and a boardwalk around the outfield wall. “This facility will have some of the best components from the top collegiate and minor league baseball stadiums in addition to having our own unique features,” said head coach Gary Gilmore. “We will now have all the amenities college players are looking for in order to maximize their potential and realize their goal; playing in Omaha. I am very excited to see what this program can achieve, combining our tradition with what we will have in terms of facilities.”


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l

Coastal’s Hitting and Practice Facility

Ground was broken in the spring of 2010, the foundation was poured in July and in April 2011 the new Coastal Carolina baseball/softball hitting and practice facility opened. The $1.2 million facility, built beyond the centerfield wall of Watson Stadium, has space for a full, artificial turf practice infield (17,424 square feet) with as many as 12 hitting cages featuring a mechanical netting system that can be raised and lowered accordingly from the ceiling. The covered facility will allow both programs to practice in case of inclement weather, or just have as an alternate area to give the student-athletes more area for individual instruction. “This hitting facility is one of a kind,” said head coach Gary Gilmore. “It really has no rival. This is the new standard for facilities across the country. The flexibility to have multiple things going on at once and the versatility of the building will allow us to get a lot accomplished on a daily basis, regardless of the weather.”

3


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l Charles Watson S tadium / V rooman F ield H ome of the 2 008 N CAA C onway Regional

BB& T C OA S TA L F ield

Home of the 2010 NCAA MYRTLE BEACH Regional and SUPER REGIONAL A NNUA L H O M E O F BAS EBAL L AT T H E BEAC H

4


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 46

Name Jacob May Aaron Burke Nick Sergakis Austin Kerr Brian Pruett Ted Blackman Tucker Frawley Javier Reynoso Ben Smith Keith Picconi Joe Perricone Josh Conway Justin Creel Austin Wallace Chris Suseck Sloan Gilliam Rich Witten Luke Willis Tripp Martin Adam Eggnatz Daniel Bowman Tyler Herb Woody Nisbet Will Remillard Bryce Dial Doug Fleming Tyler Poole Greg Brodzinski Patrick Corbett Devin Bradley Ryan Connolly Alex Buccilli Josh Powell Chris Harrison John Rossi Caleb Smith

Year Pos. So. OF/2B Jr. RHP Fr. 3B/2B Fr. LHP Fr. SS Jr. OF Sr. C Fr. LHP/DH Fr. LHP Jr. 2B Fr. RHP Jr. RHP Jr. 2B/SS Jr. LHP Fr. 3B/1B RJr. 1B Sr. 1B/C/3B Fr. OF So. 3B/SS Fr. OF/SS Sr. OF So. RHP RJr. RHP So. C Jr. OF/RHP So. C Fr. RHP So. C Fr. RHP/INF Jr. RHP Jr. RHP RJr. OF Jr. RHP/C Fr. RHP Fr. RHP Fr. LHP

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

Ht. 5-10 6-0 5-7 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-4 5-9 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-6 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-2

Wt. 175 180 165 160 160 190 185 195 175 180 180 190 185 190 205 205 200 180 190 170 215 185 180 190 225 190 210 215 185 190 180 180 200 175 235 200

Hometown / High School (Previous School) Liberty Township, Ohio / Lakota West HS Shawnee, Kansas / Shawnee Mission North HS (Allen CC) New Albany, Ohio / Columbus Academy Chester, S.C. / Chester HS Sarasota, Fla. / Riverview HS Altamonte Springs, Fla. / Lake Brantley HS (St. Petersburg College) Lexington, S.C. / Lexington HS Tampa, Fla. / Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS Wichita Falls, Texas / Rider HS College Point, N.Y. / Chaminade HS (Frederick (Md.) CC) Mount Prospect, Ill. / John Hersey HS Smithsburg, Md. / Smithsburg HS Baton Rouge, La. / Central HS (Northeast Texas CC) Frankfort, Ill. / Lincoln-Way East HS (Moraine Valley CC) Flemington, N.J. / Hunterdon Central Regional HS Moore, S.C. / Dorman HS (Spartanburg Methodist College) Danville, Ky. / Danville HS Annandale, Va. / Oakton HS Pelham, Ala. / Pelham HS Tampa, Fla. / Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS Bridgewater, Va. / Turner Ashby HS Lykens, Pa. / Williams Valley HS Phoenix, Ariz. / Sunrise Mountain HS (South Mountain CC) Cohoes, N.Y. / La Salle Institute (Temple University) Columbus, Ga. / Columbus HS (Chattahoochee Valley (Ala.) JC) Neshaminy, Pa. / William Penn Charter HS Hickory, N.C. / Hickory HS Turnersville, N.J. / Bishop Eustace HS (Univ. of South Carolina) Yorktown, Va. / Tabb HS Belmont, Calif. / Carlmont HS (College of San Mateo) Charleston, S.C. / Bishop England HS Murrysville, Pa. / Franklin Regional HS (Frederick (Md.) CC) Laurinburg, N.C. / West Brunswick HS (Brunswick CC) Lexington, S.C. / White Knoll HS Monaca, Pa. / Central Valley HS Aiken, S.C. / South Aiken HS

Coaches/Staff 14 Gary Gilmore (Coastal Carolina ‘80) Head Coach (906-425-2 overall, 650-323 at CCU) 9 Kevin Schnall (Coastal Carolina ‘01) Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator 22 Drew Thomas (Illinois State ‘98) Assistant Coach/Pitching Coach 4 Chad Oxendine (Coastal Carolina ‘04) Volunteer Assistant Coach Chris Carter (Coastal Carolina ‘01) Director of Operations 37 Jerry Oakes Student Assistant Coach Barry Lippman (Florida State ‘01) Baseball Athletic Trainer Student Managers: Nate Adams (3rd year); Justin Honeycutt (1st year); Doug Skipper (1st year)

PRONUNCIATION

23 35 25 20 29 13

Alex Buccilli................... Bu-chili Patrick Corbett.............. Cor-bit Adam Eggnatz................ Egg-Nats Sloan Gillliam................. Gill-um Woody Nisbet................. Niz-bit Joe Perricone................. Pear-eh-cone

12 10 42 3 19

No. 7 26 36 34 39 2 38 16 35 17 31 25 32 8 20 41 27 5 24 1 29 13 12 33 40 6 30 10 42 3 11 46 19 19 23 21

Name Bla c kman , T ed Bow man , D an iel Bra d ley , D evin Brodzin s k i, Greg Buc cilli, A lex Burk e, A aro n Conno lly , R y an Conway , Jo s h Corbett, P atrick Cre e l, Jus tin Dia l, B ry ce Eggnatz, A d am F le m in g , D o ug F ra wley , T uck er G illiam, Slo an Ha rris o n , C hris He rb , T y ler Ke rr, A us tin M a rt in , T rip p M a y, Jaco b Nisbet, Wo o d y Pe rrico n e, Jo e Pic c on i, K eith Poole, T y ler Pow ell, Jo s h Pruett, B rian Re m i llard , Will Re yno s o , Javier Rossi, Jo hn Se rg ak is , N ick Sm ith, B en Sm ith, C aleb Suseck , C hris W a llace, A us tin W illi s , L uk e W itten , R ich

22nd year as a head coach, 17th year at CCU 12th year at CCU 6th year at CCU 1st year at CCU 3rd year at CCU 4th year at CCU 5th year at CCU

Keith Picconi.................. Pick-own-ee Javier Reynoso............... Hav-ee-air Rey-No-so John Rossi...................... Ross-ee Nick Sergakis................. Sur-Gay-Kiss Chris Suseck.................. Sue-Sek

5


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#7 T e d B l ac k m a n

6-0, 190, OF, B/R, Jr. • Altamonte Springs, Fla. / Lake Brantley HS (St. Petersburg College)

Selected by Baseball America as the Big South’s top newcomer and the league’s seventh-best pro prospect ... Named the second-best prospect in the Florida Collegiate Summer League by Baseball America and the fifth-best prospect in the league by Perfect Game USA from the summer of 2011 … Led the league with a.425 batting average and by drawing 37 walks, while ranking 10th in RBI (19) and second in home runs with three. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played one season (2011) at St. Petersburg College and one season at the University of Miami (2010) … At St. Petersburg, ranked 31st among Florida JuCo players in batting average (.349) … Also ranked eighth in both stolen bases (25-of-31) and on-base percentage (.478) … Played in 44 games with four doubles, four triples, three home runs, 42 runs scored and 26 RBI … At Miami, hit .273 (35-for-128) with 25 walks, 13 RBI and 21 runs scored in 44 games … Made 36 starts (28 as DH and eight in the outfield) … Led the Hurricanes with a .391 average (9-for-23) in seven postseason games (three ACC tournament and four NCAA tournament) … Hit .555 (5-for-9) with two RBI and two runs scored at Virginia (3/20- 3/22) in his first significant collegiate action … Best game of his career came at Wake Forest on May 14, when he finished 2-for-5 with two singles, a walk, five RBI and two runs scored … Had a perfect fielding percentage in 11 chances … At Lake Brantley HS, hit .380 with one homer and 12 stolen bases during his senior year in 2008 … Named to the Seminole Athletic Conference first team as a senior … Named MVP of the Florida State Game his junior and senior seasons … Helped lead Lake Brantley to a 20-4 record and the 2008 6A state championship … Played summer ball for the Orlando Scorpions … Also played football, helping Lake Brantley finish 6A runner-up. Personal: Born July 24, 1989 in Sanford, Fla. … Son of Huey and Karen Blackman … Has three brothers, Trey, Tanner and Tate … Trey, a senior, and Tanner, a freshman, play baseball at Stetson.

Blackman’s Career Statistics

Year AVG GP-GS AB 2010 # .273 44-36 128 # - stats from the University of Miami

R 21

H 35

2B 3B HR RBI 4 0 0 13

TB SLG% 39 .305

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 25 5 23 .411 0 4

SB-Att 1-3

PO 11

A 0

E FLD% 0 1.000

#26 D a n i e l B ow m a n

6-1, 215, R/L, OF, Sr. • Bridgewater, Va. / Turner Ashby HS

38th Round, 24th pick (1,165th overall pick) by Cincinnati Reds in the 2011 Major League Draft … Named to ESPN.com’s list of the nation’s top 15 returning seniors by position for the 2012 season … Selected the fifthbest pro prospect in the Big South and the XX-best senior in 2012 by Baseball America ... Just the eighth player in Big South history to hit double-digit home runs in three consecutive seasons (12 in 2011, 15 in 2010 and 13 in 2009) … Has only made one error in his first three seasons (370 chances), coming in the 2011 NCCAA Clemson Regional – his second-to-last chance of the season … Enters his senior season fourth on the CCU career home runs list (40 – David Anderson holds the school mark with 50 HR) … Also on the CCU career lists, ranks fifth in RBI (166), seventh in total bases (389), 10th in triples (7), 10th in at bats (726), 11th in runs scored (153), 12th in games started (184), 18th in hits (214) … In the summer of 2010, played for the Bourne Braves in the Cape Cod League, reaching the final of the league’s Home Run Derby during its All-Star Game ... In the summer of 2009, was named the top prospect in the Valley League by Baseball America. 2011 (Jr.): Named Big South All-Tournament, hitting a home run in the title game to help secure the Chanticleers’ fifth-straight championship … Went 4-for15 (.267) with four RBI and three runs scored ... Was 1-for-4 with two RBI in the tournament opener versus Radford ... Was 1-for-4 with a run scored versus Liberty in the semifinal ... That hit and run came in the ninth with the game tied at 2-2 … Hit a leadoff single, moved to second on a Taylor Motter sac bunt and scored on Keith Hardwick’s walk-off single ... Capped the tourney by going 2-for-4 with two RBI and a home run versus Gardner-Webb in the final —his third home run in two years in a championship game … Ranked 51st in the NCAA with 12 home runs (74th in HR/game with a 0.2 avg.) and 46th with 59 RBI (64th in RBI/game with a 1.0 avg.) … In Big South action, ranked second in RBI (59), third-tied in HR (12), fifth in total bases (123) and ninth (tied) in runs scored (47) … Had an 18-game hit streak (April 1 – May 1), CCU’s longest since Mike Costanzo’s 20-game streak in 2005 … Had 15 extra base hits over the streak, including seven doubles, one triple and seven home runs … Batted .355 (27-for-76) over the streak with 19 runs scored, 31 RBI and a .750 slugging pct. … Prior to his hit streak, was batting just .209 through his first 25 games with just three HR and 12 RBI … Named Big South Player of the Week and CollegeBaseballInsider.com Southeast Region Player of the Week (April 4) … Went 5-for-11 (.455), with all five of his hits for the weekend going for extra bases, and had nine RBI, including a career-best six in game one versus Liberty en route to a three-game sweep over the Flames … Was 1-for-3 with a walk in an exhibition game with the defending American League champion Texas Rangers … Had a hit in 30-of-his-final-34 games, including a five-game hit streak to end the season ... Batted .314 (47-146) over the span with 47 RBI and 22 extra-base hits … At #18 College of Charleston, went 2-for-3 with 3 runs scored, 6 RBI, 2 HR, 2 SB and 3 BB … At #26 Clemson, went 2-for-5 with two doubles … In the Presbyterian series, was 5-for-13 (.385) with two runs scored, six RBI and two HR … At #1 Virginia, went 2-for-5 with an RBI and a double … At #10 North Carolina,

6


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

went 1-for-4 and, the next day versus The Citadel, was 2-for-4 with 2 runs scored … At High Point: Only had one hit in each game but blasted a threerun HR in the finale, ending four RBI … At UNC Wilmington, was 2-for-5 with 2 runs scored, three RBI, a home run and a stolen base … In the VMI series, batted .308 (4-for-13) with four runs scored, six RBI, a home run and two stolen bases … In the NCAA Clemson Regional, was 2-for-5 with three runs scored and a triple in the win versus UConn ... Was 1-for-4 in the other two games, driving in two versus Clemson and one in the second UConn game. 2010 (So.): Selected as the 2010 Big South Tournament Most Valuable Player, as well as Big South All-Tournament ... Had three home runs and nine RBI in the tournament, which included a key grand slam in the 15-9 win over High Point, and two home runs with four RBI in the 8-2 win over Liberty ... Led Coastal with 17 RBI in the postseason ... One of two Chants to start in all 65 of CCU’s games, which ties for third on the CCU singleseason list ... Had 262 at bats, ranking third on the CCU single-season list ... Did not make an error in 141 chances ... Hit 15 home runs, tied for fourth-best in the Big South, and ranked eighth (tied) in the league with 135 total bases ... Only batted .279 but had 20 multi-hit games, batted .283 in league games, had a streak with getting a hit in 17 of 18 games and ended the season by getting a hit in 10 of his last 13 ... Hit a two-run home run in the 4-3 loss to South Carolina in the first Super Regional game. 2009 (Fr.): Was named Freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger/ Collegiate Baseball and a Ping! Baseball ... Was also tabbed second team All-Big South ... Played in 61 games for the Chanticleers, starting 59 of those contests ... Hit .333, fourth on the team, with 14 doubles, two triples, 13 home runs and 54 RBI ... Broke Coastal Carolina’s freshman home run record with 13 bombs, fourth-best in the Big South overall, and his RBI total (54) ranked fifth in the Big South, as did his total bases total (131) ... Hit a home run off Alex White in the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional May 30 ... Had three home runs in the postseason ... Had a .590 slugging percentage and a .382 on-base percentage ... Had 25 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI performances ... Hit .381 in conference games... Drove in five runs at High Point April 17... Was 3-for-4 with a double and a home run in the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional game against Kansas May 29 ... Had a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in right field ... Had four hits at UNC Asheville March 16. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Was a first team All-State selection as well as the District, Area and Region Player of the Year in 2008 ... Was a four-year letterwinner at Turner Ashby HS ... Hit .510 with 11 home runs and 36 RBI his senior season ... Hit .491 with eight home runs and 35 runs-batted-in his junior season ... Helped the Knights to a second-straight state championship in 2007 ... Was named to the All-State, All-Region and All-District first teams his junior campaign ... Hit .419 his sophomore season with 26 RBI... Was named to the All-Valley District second team ... Played summer baseball with the Mid-Atlantic Rookies and participated in the 2007 Area Code Games ... Was an honor roll student. Personal: Born Sept. 2, 1989 ... Son of Don and Jo Ellen Bowman.

Bowman’s Career Statistics

Year 2009 2010 2011 CAREER

AVG .333 .279 .277 .395

GP-GS 61-59 65-65 59-59 185-183

AB 222 262 242 726

R 53 53 47 153

H 74 73 67 214

2B 3B HR RBI 14 2 13 54 13 2 15 53 14 3 12 59 41 7 40 166

TB SLG% 131 .590 135 .515 123 .508 399 .536

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 13 7 42 .382 4 4 14 5 42 .325 2 1 18 6 43 .340 2 4 45 18 127 .348 8 9

SB-Att 5-7 8-11 11-13 24-31

PO 113 137 111 361

A 0 4 4 8

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .991 1 .997

#36 D e v i n B r a d l e y

5-11, 190, RHP, R/R, Jr. • Belmont, Calif. / Carlmont HS (College of San Mateo)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at the College of San Mateo, where he was a two-time first team all-conference selection … 2011 (So.): Entered his sophomore year being named a preseason JuCo All-American … Went 5-2 and posted a 1.57 ERA … Struck out 46 in 63 innings with just 15 walks … Led San Mateo to the state championship and appearance in the Northern California Super Regionals … 2010 (Fr.): Was 5-1 with a 1.40 ERA in 10 appearances, including six starts … At Carlmont HS: Was 7-4 with a 2.04 ERA as a junior, earning allcounty honors, and 3-3 with a 2.42 ERA as a senior … Struck out 53 in 52 innings as a senior. Personal: Born May 23, 1991 in Redwood City, Calif. … Son of Vince and Eileen Bradley.

7


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#34 G r e g B ro d z i n s k i

6-2, 215, C, R/R, So. • Turnersville, N.J.. / Bishop Eustace HS (Univ. of South Carolina)

Will practice but not play the 2012 season per NCAA transfer rules. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played one season (2011) as a true freshman for the NCAA champion South Carolina Gamecocks … Played in 10 games, hitting .333 (4-for-12) with three runs scored and two RBI … Versus the College of Charleston (3/22), was 1-for-2 with a run scored … In a later meeting with the Cougars (4/19), was also 1-for-2 with a run scored … … Credited with an RBI, being hit by pitch with the bases loaded, in a pinch-hit situation in a 5-3 win over Vanderbilt … Had a pinch hit single versus The Citadel … Earned his first career start in an 18-2 win over USC Upstate, getting his first career RBI … At Bishop Eustace HS: Named to the All-District 2 team by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association … Earned second team All-State as a senior … Was a 2010 Under Armour All-American and 2010 Louisville Slugger Preseason HS All-American by Collegiate Baseball … Rated the fifth-best catcher in the nation and second-best prospect in New Jersey by PG Crosschecker … As a senior, batted .510 with 11 home runs and 47 RBI … As a junior, posted a .411 batting average with six HR and 38 RBI … As a sophomore, had a .418 batting average with nine HR and 42 RBI. Personal: Born July 22, 1991 … Son of Barry and Jan Brodzinski.

Brodzinski’s Career Statistics

Year AVG GP-GS AB R 2011 # .333 10-2 12 3 # - stats from the University of South Carolina

H 4

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 2

TB SLG% 4 .333

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 0 2 1 .429 0 0

SB-Att 0-0

PO 6

A 0

E FLD% 0 1.000

#39 A l e x B u c c i l l i

5-8, 180, OF, B/L, RJr. • Murrysville, Pa. / Franklin Regional HS (Frederick (Md.) CC)

2011 (Jr.): Sat our per NCAA transfer rules. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Signed with the University of Oregon out of junior college and spent the Fall 2010 semester with the Ducks before transferring to Coastal Carolina ... Spent two seasons at Frederick Community College ... 2010 (So.): Listed on Collegiate Baseball’s Top 40 JuCo Outfielders to Watch ... Set Frederick singleseason records in at bats (199), hits (89), runs (79) and walks (48) ... Batted .447 with 22 doubles, three triples, two home runs and 43 RBI ... Ranked 19th in the NJCAA Division II with a .555 on-base percentage ... Named to the Region XX All-Tournament team ... Led Frederick to a 53-7 record and the Maryland JuCo Championship ... The team also won the NJCAA Region XX and Northeast District championships, ranking as high as #2 nationally and advancing to the NJCAA Division II World Series ... 2009 (Fr.): Voted to the JuCo Freshman All-Star Team, being in the Top 100 hitters in the country, earning second team All-Region XX ... In 45 games, drove in 33 while batting .388 with 11 doubles, two triples and one home run ... Also had an on-base percentage of .483 ... Franklin Regional HS: Four-year letterwinner, leading his team to the playoffs each season ... As a junior (2007), hit .399 while leading the team in walks, doubles and runs batted in ... Named second team WPIAL Section 2AAAA ... He hit .579 for the Murrysville American Legion team in the summer of 2007. Personal: Born Mar. 26, 1990 ... Son of Jim and Theresa Buccilli.

#2 A a ro n B u r k e

6-0, 180, RHP,R/R, Jr. • Shawnee, Kan. / Shawnee Mission North HS (Allen CC)

8

2011 (So): Made 28 appearances, second-most on the squad, fifth (tied) in the Big South for 2011 and 18th on the CCU single-season list … His .208 opponent batting average ranks second on the CCU single-season list (since 1986) … Was 0-2 with a 3.15 ERA, contributing to a combined shutout … Pitched 34.1 innings with 26 strikeouts and 11 walks … Did not allow a hit or a run in five of his first six outings … Fanned two in his debut (1.2 innings versus Tennessee Tech) and struck out the only three batters he faced versus Ball State … Struck out a season-high four batters in 2.1 innings at Pepperdine … Pitched 1.2 scoreless


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

innings versus Winthrop in the Big South Tournament and 1.1 scoreless versus Liberty in the semifinal … Pitched in all three NCAA Clemson Regional games (3.2 innings), allowing three hits and one earned run. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Spent two seasons at Allen CC ... 2010 (RFr.): Set an NJCAA record for lowest ERA (min. 60-plus innings pitched) at 0.58 ... For the season, was 4-1 with 13 saves, striking out 77 in 62.1 innings pitched ... Ranked fourth in NJCAA for saves and 16th in strikeouts per nine innings pitched ... Earned first team All-Jayhawk Conference and first team all-region ... Named Jayhawk Conference Freshman of the Year ... 2009 (Fr.): Redshirted ... Shawnee Mission HS: Named All-Sunflower League ... Honor Roll recipient. Personal: Born Feb. 2, 1990 ... Son of Tom and Amy Burke.

Burke’s Career Statistics

Year ERA 2011 3.15

W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 0-1 28-0 0 0/1 0

IP 34.1

H R ER 26 17 12

BB SO 11 26

2B 5

3B 2

HR 0

BF / AVG 146/.208

WP HPB BK SAC 1 6 0 4

#38 R ya n C o n n o l ly

6-0, 180, RHP, R/R, Jr. • Charleston, S.C. / Bishop England HS

Enters his junior season 11th on the CCU career games pitched list with 72. 2011 (So.): Led the Big South with 32 appearances, sixth-most on the CCU single-season list … Was 0-1 with three saves … Pitched 42.0 innings with a 2.79 ERA … Struck out 36 with 13 walks … Helped Coastal in three combined shutouts (San Diego, VMI and Radford) … Pitched 3.2 innings allowing no hits with two strikeouts in Coastal’s 43-inning scoreless innings streak … After a tough first outing in 2011, pitched 9.1 shutout innings over six appearances with two hits, three walks and 11 strikeouts … Earned his first career save, pitching the finale three innings in a 6-1 win over Western Kentucky … Second save came versus UAB, pitching the final three innings in the 4-3 win by scattering six hits … Was lauded by former Major Leaguer and TV analyst Morgan Ensberg with his assortment of pitches in the Saturday Liberty win … Entered that Liberty game with the bases loaded and one out in the top of the first, allowing just a sacrifice fly … With the UNC Wilmington scoring three runs in the ninth, Connolly came out of the bullpen to strikeout the only batter he faced to secure the win … Had two solid outings in the Big South Tournament, pitching 2.1 scoreless over two outings, including a two strikeouts in the ninth inning of the title game … Struck out one in 0.2 innings in the 13-1 win over Connecticut in the NCAA Clemson Regional. 2010: (Fr.): Freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball and Ping! Baseball ... Second team All-Big South ... Set the CCU single-season record with 40 appearances, also leading the Big South ... Posted a 3-0 record with a 2.15 ERA, ranking 10th on the CCU single-season ERA list (all divisions) and second on the CCU single-season list in the Division I era ... Combined for four shutouts, serving as the primary set-up man for closer Austin Fleet ... Appeared in 15 Big South games, going 1-0 with a 1.89 ERA, striking out 18 in 19 innings with just three walks ... Picked up his first career win, going 1.2 innings versus Wake Forest ... Entered the Wake Forest game with CCU trailing 4-1 and did not allow a base runner, striking out one ... Second win helped Coastal take game one of a weekend series at Charleston Southern, entering the game in the eighth and retiring all six batter he faced, including a strikeout ... Pitched a season-high 4.1 scoreless innings with a season-high seven strikeouts, allowing just one hit and one walk, in a 7-3 victory over The Citadel for his third win of the season. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Was an All-State and All-Region 2A selection as well as earning a spot on the State 2A All-Star Team ... Helped Bishop England High School to a 2009 2A state championship ... Had a 13-0 record his senior season on the mound ... Earned three varsity letters with the Battling Bishops ... Played summer baseball for the Diamond Devils, who were the Under-17 Perfect Game World Champions and the Under-17 CABA World Champions ... Helped Bishop England to a state championship his sophomore season. Personal: Born Nov. 10, 1990... Son of Mike and Hollie Connolly.

Connolly’s Career Statistics

Year ERA 2010 2.15 2011 2.79 CAREER 2.44

W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 3-0 40-0 0 0/4 0 0-1 32-0 0 0/3 3 3-1 72-0 0 0/7 3

IP 50.1 42.0 92.1

H R ER 45 13 12 38 15 13 83 28 25

BB SO 11 48 13 36 24 84

2B 7 8 15

3B 0 2 2

HR 2 3 5

BF / AVG 205/.242 182/.242 387/.242

WP HPB BK SAC 0 3 0 5 0 5 0 7 0 8 0 12

9


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#16 J o s h C o n way

6-1, 190, RHP, R/R, Jr. • Smithsburg, Md. / Smithsburg HS

10

TRI-CAPTAIN

Was voted the 2012 preseason Big South Pitcher of the Year by the league’s coaches and Baseball America bestowed the same honor on the right-hander ... Baseball America also tabbed Conway the Big South’s top pro prospect and the 21st-best junior in the nation for 2012 … Enters his junior season with a career ERA of 2.92, which stands 10th on the CCU all-time list and fifth-best in the Division I era (since 1986) … Made the 2011 Cape Cod All-Star team pitching for the Bourne Braves … Listed as the 19th-best prospect in the Cape Cod League by Baseball America and the 30th-best by Perfect Game USA … In the summer of 2011, went 2-0 with a 1.88 ERA in five starts. He also struck out 28, with just 10 walks allowed, in 28.2 innings. 2011 (So.): Ranked 119th in the NCAA in ERA (2.69), while ranking fifth in the Big South … His 2.69 ERA ranks 10th on the CCU single-season list for the Division I era (since 1986) … His eight wins ranked fifth in the Big South, while his 70 strikeouts and opponent batting average (.241) both were seventh-best … Was dominant in the midweek, moved to the closer role before returning as a starter at season’s end … Also played left field, third base, DH and first base … In the season-opening win over Boston College, started at third and had two hits, including a home run ... Was named Big South Pitcher of the Week for his dominating performance at #18 College of Charleston, who entered with a .316 team batting average and being struck out just 6.6 times per game ... The sophomore struck out a career-high 12 Cougars in 5.2 innings ... After giving up a one-out, solo home run in the third, Conway struck out the next seven batters faced (striking out the side in the fourth) ... Overall after the home run, Conway sat down 10 straight Cougars, including a total of nine by strike out ... Also served as DH, went 1-for-4 with an RBI and run scored then played third base the last two innings in the win … Continued to dominate on the mound in the Wake Forest win ... Had 1-2-3 innings in the first, second and fourth innings ... Only allowed two walks and one hit, retiring 15 of the 18 batters he faced in 5.0 innings, while striking out six ...In the first San Diego game, played third and went 1-for-5 ... In the second San Diego game, started on the mound, got the win and pitched a career-high 7.1 innings ... Only allowed three hits without allowing a run or a walk with four strikeouts … Came off the bench at The Citadel as a pinch runner, stayed in as the DH and moved to the mound to pitch a perfect ninth to earn the save ... Started in left field in the three games at Presbyterian, as well as closed the game on the mound Sunday ... Was 3-for-10 at the plate, going 2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored in game one ... Ended a mini CCU losing streak, getting a win in the High Point finale ... Pitched five innings in the start, allowing two hits and two unearned runs with a walk and five Ks … Impressive again, getting a win over VMI ... Pitched 6.2 innings, scattering six hits for one run with zero walks and four strike outs … Pitched the second game in the Radford series, going five scoreless and getting the win ... Gave up two hits to the first two batters of the game, putting runners on the corners, then struck out the side ... During Coastal’s 43-inning scoreless streak, pitched 5.0 innings with five Ks ... Entered the Liberty game at the Big South semifinal with score tied at 2-2 ... Pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to get the win as CCU scored one in the bottom of the ninth. 2010 (Fr.): Named to the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year “Watch List” as presented by the College Baseball Foundation ... Played in 27 games, starting 12 - mostly as the designated hitter, while seeing 19 appearances on the mound, including five starts ... Was the starter on the mound in the Chants’ 25-7 win over Stony Brook (June 6) in the elimination game of the Myrtle Beach Regional, going four complete and allowing two hits and two runs ... His first game as a Chant, served as the starting DH, going 1-for-4 with two runs scored, while pitching a scoreless inning in relief, allowing one hit and striking out one ... Picked up his first career win, pitching 2.2 scoreless innings in relief versus Ball State ... Struck out three Cardinals and did not allow hit or walk ... Two outings later, pitched three innings in relief versus Illinois (Mar. 3) to earn his first save ... Struck out two and scattered four hits with one run and zero walks allowed versus the Illini ... First start on the mound came in a 7-3 win over The Citadel ... Pitched 4.2 innings, allowing two hits, three runs (two earned) and three walks with three strikeouts ... Started the third game of the weekend series versus UNC Asheville, a game CCU won 7-1 ... Left the game after five innings and the score tied at 1-1 as he scattered five hits with one run, one walk and four strikeouts ... Also started at Liberty, matching season highs with five innings pitched and four strikeouts, to earn his second win of the season in the 5-0 victory, allowing just two hits and one walk ... In the first two games versus Liberty, Conway served as the DH, going 3-for-7 with two RBI and two runs scored ... Hit a two-run home run, his first career round-tripper, in a win over UNC Wilmington, adding a sacrifice fly later in the game ... Was 1-for-2 with a home run in a win over Winthrop, scoring two runs and driving in a season-high four. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 42nd round of the 2009 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft ... Was a second team Rawlings All-American and the Washington County Player of the Year ... Was the Pitcher of the Year in the Tristate Area and the


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

Player of the Year in the Monogacy Valley Athletic League ... Hit .500 with 29 runs scored and 16 stolen bases and had a 4-0 record with a 0.98 ERA his senior season ... Struck out 52 batters in 35 innings pitched in 2009 ... Earned the Nick Adenhart Memorial Scholarship ... Was the Most Valuable Player at the Brooks Robinson All-Star Classic ... Was a three-time All-Washington County first team selection ... Hit .462 with 23 RBI his junior season ... Drove in 26 runs with a .444 average his sophomore year at Smithsburg ... Played in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League in the summer of 2009 ... Also played on the Maryland Select summer team in 2008 ... Also played football and basketball at Smithsburg ... Was a first team All-MVAL wide receiver and defensive back his senior season ... Was an Honor Roll student at Smithsburg. Personal: Born April 12, 1991 ... Son of Dave and Mindie Conway.

Conway’s Career Pitching Statistics

Year ERA 2010 3.30 2011 2.89 CAREER 2.92

W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 2-0 19-5 0 0/4 1 8-2 20-12 0 0/2 3 10-2 39-17 0 0/6 4

Conway’s Career Hitting Statistics

Year 2010 2011 CAREER

AVG .274 .176 .221

GP-GS 27-12 23-18 50-30

AB 62 74 136

R 18 11 29

H 17 13 30

IP 46.1 77.0 123.1

H R ER 39 20 17 70 28 23 109 48 40

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 3 16 1 1 1 5 2 1 4 21

TB SLG% 27 .435 19 ..257 46 .338

BB SO 15 33 23 70 38 103

2B 4 7 11

3B 0 1 1

HR 5 4 9

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 12 1 18 .395 1 2 2 4 18 .238 0 1 14 5 36 .314 1 3

BF / AVG 193/.232 325/.241 518/.237

SB-Att 6-6 1-1 7-7

WP HPB BK SAC 2 3 0 7 7 5 0 6 9 8 0 13

PO A 13 17 21 26 34 53

E FLD% 3 .909 5 .919 8 .916

#35 P at r i c k C o r b e tt

6-5, 185, RHP/INF, R/R, Fr. • Yorktown, Va. / Tabb HS

47th Round, fifth pick (1,416th overall pick) by Kansas City Royals in the 2011 Major League Draft. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named Bay Rivers District baseball Player of the Year by district coaches … Led the Tigers with a .440 batting average, .554 on-base percentage, 14 walks and 15 RBI … Was 4-3 on the mound with a 1.33 ERA and 65 strikeouts versus only three walks in 52.2 innings … Named All-Bay Rivers District as a pitcher (first team) and shortstop (second team) … A first team All-Bay Rivers District pitcher, adding second team all-district honors as a shortstop and second team all-region honors as a pitcher ... Went 5-3 with a 3.82 ERA for Tabb as a junior, striking out 54 batters in 52 innings pitched ... Batted .531 with three home runs and 26 RBI in 2010 ... As a sophomore, batted .323 while going 4-3 with a save and a 3.40 ERA on the mound with 53 K’s in 52 innings pitched. Personal: Born Aug. 7, 1992 in Newport News, Va. … Son of Hobert and Amy Corbett.

#17 J u s t i n C r e e l

5-10, 185, 2B/SS, R/R, Jr. • Baton Rouge, La. / Central HS (Northeast Texas CC)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at Northeast Texas CC … 2011 (So.): Batted .328 with nine doubles, 37 runs scored and 15 RBI … 2010 (Fr.): Named Region 14 Eastern All-Conference … Selected to play in the Texas-New Mexico All-Star game … Batted .359 with 13 doubles, 45 runs scored and 33 RBI … At Central HS: An Under Armour preseason All-American … Named to the 5A All-State team, as well as being a two-time 5A All-District 5 selection … Was an honorable mention All-State pick as a junior … Helped Central HS to state championships in 2006 and ’07 … For his prep career, batted .417 with 51 doubles, eight triples, 10 home runs, 130 RBI and 59 stolen bases … As a senior, batted .472with 19 doubles and 24 stolen bases … As a junior, posted a .463 batting average with 18 doubles, 52 RBI and 15 stolen bases. Personal: Born April 1, 1990 in Baton Rouge, La. … Son of Richard and Rebecca Creel … His brother, Matt, plays baseball at the University of Houston.

11


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#31 B ryc e D i a l

6-4, 225, OF/RHP, R/R, Jr. • Columbus, Ga. / Columbus HS (Chattahoochee Valley (Ala.) JC)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played one season at Chattahoochee Valley Junior College and one season at Georgia Southern University … 2011 at CVJC (So): Named first team All-Southern League, second team all-region … Selected to the Alabama Community College Conference All-Tournament team … Hit 18 home runs, the secondbest total in JuCo Division I in 2011 and ranked third (tied) overall … His 65 RBI ranked 12th-best in Division I JuCo … Was named the NJCAA Division I National Player of the Week (Mar. 23) hitting four home runs in three games and driving in two-game winning runs … For the week, was 6-for-12 at the plate with a double, 10 RBI, five walks and a stolen base ... For the year, batted .339 with 16 doubles, 60 runs scored, 18 HR, 65 RBI, 42 walks, 11 HBP and .480 on-base percentage … 2010 at GSU (Fr.): Played in nine games, getting two starts … Batted .167 (2-for-2) with a double … At Columbus HS: Voted Columbus HS ‘Offensive Player of the Year’ three seasons... Batted .385 in 2008, hitting eight home runs with 39 RBI...Played in three state championship baseball games and twice been a member of the Georgia ‘Top 100’...Earned All-Tournament team honors for Team Georgia summer 2007 playing in Oklahoma...Hit a school record 17 homeruns and was Second Team Louisville High School All-American...Played football, basketball and baseball. Personal: Born February 18, 1991 in Columbus, Ga. … Son of Curtis and Amy Dial.

Dial’s Career Statistics

Year AVG GP-GS AB R 2010 # .167 9-2 12 0 # - stats from Georgia Southern University

H 2

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 0

TB SLG% 3 .250

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 1 1 4 .286 0 0

SB-Att 0-0

PO 0

A 0

E FLD% 0 --

#25 A da m E gg n at z

6-2, 170, OF/RHP/SS, B/R, Fr. • Tampa, Fla. / Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: First team Rawlings All-Region … Helped Brooks-DeBartolo reach the 2011 Florida 2A state championship game … Second team All-Hillsborough County as a senior … Batted .571 with 17 doubles, three triples, seven home runs, 32 RBI and 27 stolen bases … On the mound, was 1-1 with two saves, posting a 0.34 ERA … Struck out 22 in 20.2 innings … Prior to his senior season, rated #40 prospect in the state by Perfect Game USA ... Honorable mention All-Hillsborough County as a junior ... Hit .417 with 14 doubles, 22 runs scored and 30 stolen bases in 2010 ... Swiped 30 stolen bases in 2010, ranking 11th in the state ... Went 4-2 and posted a 4.38 ERA over 38.1 innings pitched with 31 strikeouts ... Invited to USA Baseball’s Tournament of Stars in the summer of 2010, an elite invitation-only event that features roughly 150 of the nation’s top 18-and-under players ... As a sophomore, posted a .448 batting average, going 3-1 on the mound with 29 strikeouts in 30.2 innings pitched ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born May 26, 1992 in Tampa, Fla. … Son of Richard and Laura Eggnatz.

#32 D o u g F l e m i n g

6-1, 190, C, R/R, So. • Neshaminy, Pa. / William Penn Charter HS

2011 (RFr.): Missed the 2011 season due to Tommy John surgery … Was able to travel and served as a bullpen catcher. 2010 (Fr.): Redshirted. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named to the Under Armour Preseason All-America team in 2008 and 2009 ... Was named to the Baseball Clearinghouse.net All-National Team in 2009 ... Was a four-year starting catcher ... Had a .380 high school batting average with 26 doubles, four triples and 13 home runs as a senior ... Was a two-time team captain and team MVP ... Helped William Penn Charter to a 2009 Inter-AC championship and a ranking of 25th nationally by Perfect Game in 2009 ... Was a three-time all-conference and All-Philadelphia selection ... Also was a three-time member of the Carpenter Cup team ... Played legion baseball for Yardley Western ... Was a threetime All-Pennsylvania East-West American Legion All-Star and a four-time Region 3 and Lower Bucks American Legion All-Star ... Graduated with honors from William Penn Charter. Personal: Born May 9, 1990 ... Son of John and Linda Fleming.

12


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#8 T u c k e r F r aw l e y

TRI-CAPTAIN

6-0, 185, C, R/R, Sr. • Lexington, S.C. / Lexington HS

Carries a career 3.906 GPA in physics through December 2011, earning a perfect 4.0 seven times. 2011 (Jr.): Named second team CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District 3 and Academic All-Big South, posting a 3.97 GPA in physics … One of the few Coastal players to get off to a hot start with the new bats, posting a .429 average (3-for-7) with a double, home run and four walks in his first three games … Started the first two games of 2011 and came off the bench in the 16-inning marathon with Indiana in game three ... In the top of the 16th, injured his left knee in a play at the plate, what proved to be the winning run for the Hoosiers, and would miss the next 18 games … Made his return to the lineup at The Citadel (Mar. 23), going 0-for-2 but reached base twice as he walked and was hit by a pitch … Was 1-for-2 with a walk in the exhibition with the Texas Rangers … Raised his season batting average 39 points to .300 as he went 4-for-11 in the Liberty series ... On Sunday versus the Flames, went 2-for-4 and had a career-high 14 fielding chances thanks to 11 strike outs, two plays at the plate and two assists … Went 1-for-4 and accounted for two of CCU’s four runs with two RBI at Clemson … Was 4-for-8 in the Presbyterian series with double and two hit by pitches … Had a career-long eight-game hitting streak snapped at Virginia, batting .379 ( 11-for-29) over the span … Had his best weekend of the season at Winthrop ... Was 5-for-12 (.417) with a three runs scored, one RBI, one double and one walk ... Went 3-for-5 with two runs scored in game two, tying his career high for hits in a game ... Had a hit and run scored in each of the first two Big South tournament games … In the NCAA Clemson Regional, was 1-for-2 with an RBI in the opening-round win over Connecticut and 2-for-3 with a double in the second game versus the Huskies. 2010 (So.): Played in 27 games, getting seven starts, serving as the backup to All-American and Johnny Bench Award finalist Jose Iglesias ... Batted .209 in 43 at bats ... Of his nine hits, five went for extra bases, including two doubles and three home runs for a .465 slugging percentage ... Was 2-for-6 as the starting catcher and delivered an RBI double versus Stony Brook (June 6) in the Myrtle Beach Regional ... Later drove in another and walked, scoring on Scott Woodward’s RBI triple ... Was the starting catcher in the opening game of the UNC Asheville series, going 1-of-3 with a three-run home run and scoring three times ... Was 2-for-2 with a run scored in the series finale versus Winthrop. 2009 (RFr.): Appeared in 14 games for the Chanticleers with starts against Radford (April 11) and Presbyterian April 26) ... Hit .474 with a double, a home run and five RBI ... Hit his first collegiate home run (April 11) against Radford, going 2-for-4 with two RBI ... Went 3-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and two RBI against Stony Brook (March 8) ... Had two hits in the win over VMI (May 9). 2008 (Fr.): Redshirted. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Was named All-State by the High School Sports Report and was an All-Area AAAA Team honoree by The State ... Played in the 2007 North-South All-Star Game and was named to the All-Academic Team at the International Paper Tournament and by Diamond Prospects ... Lettered three years at Lexington High School ... Hit .347 and drove in 19 runs his senior season for the Wildcats ... Earned the Allen Whitacre Award for highest grade-point-average on the Lexington baseball team ... Helped the Wildcats to the Region 4 AAAA championship his junior year ... Played for the Palmetto Sandgnats in the summer of 2006. Personal: Born June 1, 1989 ... Son of Patrick and Barbara Frawley.

Frawley’s Career Statistics

Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 CAREER

AVG GP-GS — Redshirted — .474 14-2 .209 27-7 .234 41-40 .253 28-49

AB

R

H

19 43 128 190

6 10 19 35

9 9 30 48

2B 3B HR RBI 1 2 5 8

0 0 0 0

1 3 1 5

5 7 15 27

TB SLG%

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH

13 20 38 71

1 4 12 17

.684 .465 .297 .374

0 2 8 10

2 7 27 36

.500 .306 .333 .342

0 0 2 2

1 1 5 7

SB-Att 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

PO

A

E FLD%

36 9 82 10 236 45 354 64

0 1.000 2 .979 3 .989 5 .988

13


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#20 S loa n G i l l i a m

6-1, 205, 1B, R/R, RJr. • Moore, S.C. / Dorman HS (Spartanburg Methodist College)

2011 (Jr.): Was enrolled at Coastal Carolina, but was not a part of the team. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Signed with Georgia Southern out of Junior College, spending the Fall 2010 semester there … Transferred to Coastal Carolina in the Spring of 2011, using a redshirt season … Spent two seasons at Spartanburg Methodist … 2010 (So.): Named NJCAA All-Region 10 … Batted .423 in 54 games with 15 doubles, three triples, 54 runs scored and 62 RBI … 2009 (Fr.): Had a slow start to his collegiate career, ending with a .234 batting average in 27 games with four doubles and 15 RBI … At Dorman HS: Named to the HSSR All-State team and to the North squad of the A-AA All-Star game as a senior … Finished eighth in the state in RBI with 36, while hitting six home runs to rank 15th in the state … Had a 2.50 ERA on the mound … At the 2007 state tournament, set a record by hitting four doubles in a game … Earned All-Tournament honors at the state tournament … Tabbed All-Region as a sophomore. Personal: Born Dec. 29, 1989 in Moore, S.C. … Son of Brian and Kelly Gilliam.

#41 C h r i s H a r r i s o n

6-0, 175, RHP, R/R, Fr. • Lexington, S.C. / White Knoll HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Was 1-0 with a save, striking out 11 in 8.2 innings … Batted .321 … Selected for the 1A-4A South All-Star as voted on by the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association … Led White Knoll to its first ever state title in 2010 and a #7 final national ranking by MAXPREPS XCELLENT 100 ... Named all-region as a pitcher as he was 3-0 with a 2.59 ERA, striking out 29 in 27 innings with just four walks ... Also batted .436 with eight doubles, three home runs and 19 RBI in 2010 ... As a sophomore, was his team’s Pitcher of the Year and All-4A Region MVP, going 5-3 with a 2.63 ERA, fanning 57 in 61.1 innings. Personal: Born Feb. 6, 1993 in Columbia, S.C. … Son of Steve and Allison Harrison.

#27 T y l e r H e r b

6-2, 175, RHP, R/R, So. • Lykens, Pa. / Williams Valley HS

2011 (Fr.): Made 17 appearances as a true freshman … Did not factor in any decisions, posting a 4.33 ERA … Ended the season allowing just two walks in an 13-game span (15.1 innings) with 14 strike outs (April 8-June 5) … Started for the Chants in game two of the year but did not factor in the decision as he pitched just 4.2 innings versus Tennessee Tech with four strike outs, leaving with a 4-1 lead ... In the Wake Forest win, pitched 3.0 innings in relief, striking out four … In the exhibition versus the Texas Rangers, struck out DH Mitch Moreland, the only CCU pitcher to record a K in the game … Made second career start at #1 Virginia ... Pitched three-plus innings at UVa, allowing five hits and four runs … Pitched 1.2 innings with two strikeouts in Coastal’s record-setting 43-inning scoreless span … Struck out all three batters he faced in the win at UNC Wilmington. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Led Williams Valley HS to a Schuylkill League Division II title in 2010 as he hit .487 while going 7-3 with a 2.39 ERA and a Pennsylvania-best 126 strikeouts on the mound ... Named Pottsville Republican-Herald and Upper Dauphin Sentinel Area Player of the Year, leading his league in five statistical categories - hits (37), runs scored (39), RBIs (38), triples (3) and pitching strikeouts ... Also ranked second in batting average, doubles (8) and home runs (6) while coming in at third in pitching victories and seventh in ERA (2.39) ... Set 12 school records in baseball, including career at bats (230), career runs scored (122), career hits (110), career assists (456), career doubles (33), career RBI (105), career pitching appearances (40), season assists (157), season doubles (11), season RBI (39), career strikeouts (311) and season strikeouts (126) ... Went 7-2 with a mid-state-best 0.90 ERA and 99 strikeouts in 62 innings pitched his junior season … Was the Upper Dauphin Sentinel Area Player of the Year … Hit .370 with eight doubles and 22 RBI as a junior … Was a first team Upper Dauphin Sentinel All-Star and Williams Valley’s team Most Valuable Player his sophomore season … Was 8-2 with a 2.41 ERA and 73 strikeouts in 58 innings pitched in 2008 … Had a .325 average his sophomore campaign

14


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

… Also a standout in football (quarterback, defensive back and punter) and basketball at Williams Valley … Was an Upper Dauphin Sentinel first team All-Star in basketball, scoring over 1,000 career points, and a Twin Valley Conference first team All-Star in football … Was a Pennsylvania American Legion East-West All-Star Selection ... Was an Honor Roll student at Williams Valley. Personal: Born April 28, 1992 ... Son of Paul and Lori Herb.

Herb’s Career Statistics

Year ERA 2011 4.33

W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 0-0 17-2 0 0/2 0

IP 27.0

H R ER 32 18 13

BB SO 9 24

2B 5

3B 0

HR 2

BF / AVG 125.279

WP HPB BK SAC 3 1 0 0

#5 A u s t i n K e r r

6-0, 160, LHP, L/L, Fr. • Chester, S.C. / Chester HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named All-Region IV AAA … Chosen to play for the North in the 2A-3A South Carolina All-Star game … Batted .382 as a senior … Had four wins as a junior with 66 strikeouts, versus 18 walks, in 46 innings … Invited to play in the Palmetto Games after his sophomore season … Also played football, averaging 37.5 yards per punt. Personal: Born April 7, 1993 in Chester, S.C. … Son of Jeff and Karen Kerr … His father played baseball at Clemson.

#24 T r i pp M a r t i n

6-2, 190, SS/3B, R/R/, So. • Pelham, Ala. / Pelham HS

2011 (Fr.): Played in 41 games, getting 31 starts … Was 3-for-6 with three RBI as a pinch hitter hiting a single, double and home run (walk off) … The walk-off home run came on Feb. 20 in a 6-5 win over Virginia Tech, launching a 0-0 fastball over the left-field wall for the victory … Hit a double and scored in the win at College of Charleston … Came off the bench in the top of the ninth at The Citadel to pinch hit with CCU down one and one out ... Delivered a single and would help Coastal pull out the 6-5 come-from-behind win, scoring what was the tying run on Tommy La Stella’s two-run double … Stayed hot the next game, going 2-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored in the Friday win at UNC Asheville … Came off the bench to go 1-for-2 with a double and run scored at North Carolina … In the UNC Wilmington home win, went 2-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and a walk … Parlayed a strong finish in the regular season to start all four games of the Big South Tournament at third ... In game one, went 1-for-2 with three RBI and two runs scores, hitting a monster home run that rattled off the top of the light tower in left field … Was 1-for-4 with two RBI in the opening round win over Connecticut in the NCAA Clemson Regional. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named honorable mention All-American by Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball ... Selected 6A All-State by the Alabama Sports Writers Association, as well as earning All-Metro and All-Shelby County ... Helped Pelham to a #1 state and national rank during a 29-game winning streak, hitting .364 for the season with nine home runs and 44 RBI while going 7-0 with a save and 2.64 ERA, striking out 58 in 47.2 innings pitched on the mound ... Hit .318 with five home runs and 24 RBI his junior season … Also had a 3-1 record with a 1.19 ERA on the mound for the Panthers … Was an Alabama Baseball Coaches Association All-Star selection in 2009 and helped Pelham to a #22 ranking in the country by Baseball America March 31, 2009 … Was an All-Metro Honorable Mention his sophomore season ... Hit .373 with 17 RBI and had a 3-0 record with a 2.17 ERA in 2008 … Also played quarterback in football at Pelham … Was named to the Birmingham News Preseason All-Metro Football Team in 2009 … Was an Honor Roll student and the Birmingham News Scholar-Athlete of the Week Nov. 4, 2009. Personal: Born April 2, 1992 ... Son of Ray and Karen Martin.

Martin’s Career Statistics

Year 2011

AVG .207

GP-GS 41-31

AB 111

R 22

H 23

2B 3B HR RBI 8 0 2 13

TB SLG% 37 .333

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 10 2 41 .285 0 9

SB-Att 2-2

PO A 16 27

E FLD% 8 .843

15


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#1 J ac o b M ay

5-10, 175, OF/2B, B/R, So. • Liberty Township, Ohio / Lakota West HS

Tabbed 26th-best prospect in the Northwoods League by Perfect Game USA … Batted .296 for the Green Bay Bullfrogs in the summer of 2011 with 12 doubles, 20 walks and 19 stolen bases in 45 games. 2011 (Fr.): Played in 44 games with 38 starts, mostly playing left field … Missed the first 11 games after suffering a wrist injury during practice in the week leading up to opening day … Led all Coastal outfielders with five assists … Made his collegiate debut Mar. 7 as the starting DH versus Ball State, going 1-for-5 with an RBI and stolen base … Versus Wake Forest as the DH, capped a six-run sixth inning with an RBI double down the third-base line (his first hit from the right side of the plate) ... Later, batting left handed, ripped a double down the first-base line ... Scored twice and walked once … Was 1-for-2 with a looping single down the left field line in the exhibition game with the Texas Rangers … Was just 1-for-11 in the Liberty series, but his one hit was a bunt single to start the ninth in game two … He would later score the game-winning run on Daniel Bowman’s sacrifice fly … Versus Gardner-Webb, threw out a runner at the plate in the first inning of the second game, helping Matt Rein earn Big South Pitcher of the Week ... Was 4-for-13 at the plate in the series with three RBI, two doubles and a triple … Went on a six-game hit streak, getting one hit each contest (VMI finale, three Radford games and the first two at Winthrop) ... Came off the bench in the championship game of the Big South Tournament to hit an triple in his lone plate appearance … Pinch hit in each of the NCAA Clemson Regional games, walking once. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Selected in the 39th round by the Cincinnati Reds in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft, becoming the first player in Lakota West’s history to be drafted out of high school ... Hit .440 in 27 games with five home runs, 29 RBI and 19 stolen bases as a senior to earn All-State and his second straight, first team All-Greater Miami Conference honor ... Holds the Lakota district record for career homers (10) ... Ranked sixth on the Buckeye Scout Class Top 100 ... Named to the Rawlings and Perfect Game USA Preseason All-American teams ... A two-time Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star and QueenCityHigh.com All-Ohio team honoree … Was a first team All-Greater Miami Conference, All-Butler County and All-City selection and second team All-Ohio honoree his junior year … Participated in the East Coast Pro Showcase, the Perfect Game National Showcase and was on the Perfect Game National Underclassmen Showcase Top Prospect Team … Was an All-Greater Cincinnati Area selection by ESPN Rise … Was an Honor Roll student at Lakota West. Personal: Born Jan. 23, 1992 ... Son of Lee May, Jr. and Heather Cunningham ... Father was a first-round draft pick by the New York Mets in 1986, and is currently the hitting coach for the Cleveland Indians’ AAA team, the Columbus Clippers ... May’s grandfather, Lee May Sr., spent 18 seasons in the major leagues and is in the Reds Hall of Fame.

May’s Career Statistics

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2011

.206

44-38

141

21

29

2B 3B HR RBI 6

3

0

13

TB SLG%

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH

41

12

.291

4

24

.285

1

9

SB-Att

PO

A

E FLD%

5-5

57

5

2

.969

#29 W o o dy N i s b e t

5-9, 180, RHP, RJr. • Phoenix, Ariz. / Sunrise Mountain HS (South Mountain CC)

2011 (Jr.): Sat out a redshirt season at Coastal Carolina per NCAA regulaitons. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at South Mountain CC ... 2010 (So.): Appeared in a team-high 18 games, starting one, posting a 3-3 record with a team-high seven saves ... Struck out 43 batters in 32.2 innings with a 3.03 ERA ... Batted .270 in 36 games, going 5-of-5 in stolen bases ... 2009 (Fr.): Appeared in 11 games, going 1-2 with a save and 6.17 ERA ... Pitched 23.1 innings with 28 strikeouts ... Batted .242 in 46 games, going 9-of-9 in stolen bases, with seven doubles and 20 RBI ... Sunrise HS: Batted .472 with 33 runs and 32 RBIs, and, as the No. 2 starter he was 5- 1 with a 1.78 ERA as a senior ... Helped Sunrise to the state final as a senior, state semifinals as a junior and the state final as a sophomore ... Sunrise was ranked among the nation’s top 20 in 2008 by Collegiate Baseball ... Named honorable mention All-State as a junior. Personal: Born April 9, 1990.

16


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#13 J o e P e r r i c o n e

6-2, 180, RHP, R/R, Fr. • Mount Prospect, Ill. / John Hersey HS

40th Round, 29th pick (1,230th overall pick) by Tamp Bay Rays in the 2011 Major League Draft. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named Perfect Game/Rawlings first team All-Central Region … Perfect Game rated him the 12th-best prospect in Illinois and the 109th-best pitcher in the nation … Won three games and struck out 61 in 46 innings … Earned second team All-State as an outfielder … Named All-Northwest Region by the Daily Herald … Honorable mention all-area by the Sun Times as a pitcher … Tabbed All-Mid Suburban League … Batted .390 with nine home runs, seven doubles, 24 walks and 31 RBI … Tied for having the top velocity at the Chicago Area Code games ... Struck out 43 batters in 40.2 innings as a junior with a 3.70 ERA ... Also batted .347 with six home runs ... For his summer team, went 8-2 with a save, striking out 63 in 36 innings with a 1.83 ERA Personal: Born Sept. 25, 1992 in Park Ridge, Ill. … Son of Mike and Dorothea Perricone.

#12 K e i t h P i c c o n i

5-11, 180, 2B, L/R, Jr. • College Point, N.Y. / Chaminade HS (Frederick (Md.) CC)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at Frederick Community College … Helped the Cougars rank first in NJCAA Division II after a 17-0 start to the 2011 season … 2011 (So.): Named second team All-Maryland JuCo … Batted .364 with 11 doubles, 47 runs scored and 19 RBI in 45 games … Had a .523 on base percentage, best among all Maryland JuCo teams, thanks to 26 walks and 18 hit by pitches … 2010 (Fr.): Played in nine games before missing the rest of the season with an injury and posted a .308 batting average with three of his eight hits being doubles … Scored 14 runs … At Chaminade HS: Batted .440 as a senior with 13 doubles, four triples, six home runs and 23 RBI … Led Chaminade to a 25-5 record as a senior and 29-1 scoresheet as a junior … Batted .428 with three home runs and 15 RBI as a junior … Played for the New York Empires, which won the 2006 WWBA U17 National Champions. Personal: Born June 11, 1990 in College Point, N.Y. … Son of Gregory and Jane Picconi.

#33 T y l e r P o o l e

6-6, 210, RHP, R/R, Fr. • Hickory, N.C. / Hickory HS

38th Round, 20th pick (1,1626th overall pick) by Boston Red Sox in the 2011 Major League Draft. ... On basketball scholarship with the Chanticleers … Redshirted the 2011-12 basketball season due to injury, but is expected to be available for the baseball season after his basketball commitment. Prior to Coastal Carolina: A two-sport standout at Hickory High School ... Named honorable mention All-American by Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball … Led the Red Tornadoes to a 17-11 baseball record as a senior and the fourth round of NCHSSA 3A playoffs … Was 7-3 as a senior … Had 96 strikeouts in 65 innings, allowing just 45 hits … For his career, struck out 239 batters … Threw a complete-game two –hitter versus St. Stephens … In basketball, averaged 17 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists last season to help lead Hickory High School to a 26-4 overall record and a No. 3 ranking in the state of North Carolina ... Selected to the all-district first team, was named all-region and was named to the Charlotte Observer All-Star team in his conference. Personal: Born Sept. 8, 1992 in Hickory, N.C. ... Son of Chris and Traci Poole.

#40 J o s h P ow e l l

6-2, 200, RHP/C, R/R, Jr. • Laurinburg, N.C. / West Brunswick HS (Brunswick CC)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played two seasons at Brunswick CC … 2011 (So.): Named second team All-Region 10 as a catcher … Was 1-0 with a 1.76 ERA … Set a Brunswick record with 10 saves in a season … Helped Brunswick to a 24-6 record and Region 10 title … Also batted .398 with seven doubles, two triples, two home runs and 20 RBI … 2010 (Fr.): Batted .374 with 10 doubles and 26 RBI … At West Brunswick HS: Named All-State, and Brunswick Country Player of the Year as a catcher, batting .436 with seven doubles and 28 RBI as a senior … Led the Trojans to two conference titles and a 46-11 record over his final two years … A two-time all-conference and all-are selection … As a junior, batted .340 with eight doubles and four home runs. Personal: Born Mar. 22, 1991 in Laurinburg, N.C. … Son of Kenneth and Chrisa Powell.

17


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#6 B r i a n P r u e tt

6-0, 160, SS, R/R, Fr. • Sarasota, Fla. / Riverview HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named Rawlings/Perfect Game second team All-Region … Batted .328 as a senior … Posted a .478 as a junior at Riverview ... 2009 Under Armour Don Mattingly Hitting Award Recipient ... 2010 Perfect Game WABA International Tournament MVP/Gold Glove Recipient ... 2010 Under Armour Preseason All American. Personal: Born Dec. 9, 1992 in Sarasota, Fla. ... Son of Brian and Deborah Pruett.

#30 W i l l R e m i l l a r d

6-1, 190, C, R/R, So. • Cohoes, N.Y. / La Salle Institute (Temple University)

Will practice but not play the 2012 season per NCAA transfer rules. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Spent his true freshman season at Temple University … 2011 (Fr.): Named the Philadelphia Big 5 Rookie of the Year … Batted .321 with 10 doubles, three home runs and 26 RBI, while throwing out 28 base runners … At La Salle Institute: A Rawlings/Perfect Game honorable mention All-Region selection ... Voted first team Big 10 League All-Star … Voted fourth team All-State by the New York State Sports Writers Association as a senior … Was second team all-area as a first baseman by the Times Union and Troy Record as a junior ... Hit .500 as a junior with 26 RBI ... Also hit one home run and 13 doubles ... Prior to his junior year, named a “player to watch: by Collegiate Baseball … Named Times Union and Troy Record first team all-area as a sophomore ... Hit .411 with 45 RBI, including three homeruns and eight doubles ... Was an Empire State Games silver medalist ... Led his summer team, the South Troy Dodgers, to the Connie Mack World Series. Personal: Born Sept. 18, 1992 in Troy, N.Y. … Son of Ernie and Jennifer Remillard.

Remillard’s Career Statistics

Year AVG GP-GS AB 2011 # .321 45-41 162 # - stats from Temple University

R 23

H 52

2B 3B HR RBI 10 0 3 26

TB SLG% 71 .438

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 8 1 20 .353 2 1

SB-Att 2-2

PO A E FLD% 258 50 21 .936

#10 J av i e r R e y n o s o

5-11, 195, LHP/DH, B/L, Fr. • Tampa, Fla. / Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS

39th Round, fifth pick (1,191th overall pick) by Chicago White Sox in the 2011 Major League Draft ... Named the fourth-best newcomer in the Big South by Baseball America. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Third team Rawlings All-American … First team Rawlings All-Region … First team All-Hillsborough County as a senior … Helped the Phoenix to first state tournament berth … Was 9-4 on the mound with a 1.30 ERA … Posted 116 strikeouts in 77 innings …. Led the team with 38 RBI while batting .593 with 10 doubles and eight home runs … Rated #28 prospect in the state prior to his senior season by Perfect Game USA, saying “one of top Florida HS arms to see” ... As a junior, struck out 31 in 28.2 innings while posting a 2-4 record ... Hit .415 with six doubles, three home runs and 16 RBI ... Invited to 2010 USA Baseball’s Tournament of Stars, an elite invitation-only event that features roughly 150 of the nation’s top 18-and-under players. Personal: Born October 31, 1992 in Riverside, Calif. … Son of Reggie and Rose Williams … Older brothers, SD and Reggie, Jr., play in the Cardinals and Twins organizations, respectively … Father played for the Angels.

18


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#42 J o h n R o s s i

6-1, 235, RHP, R/R, Fr. • Monaca, Pa. / Central Valley HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Twice named to the Beaver County Times’ all-star team … As a senior, posted a 4-1 record with a 2.89 ERA and 55 strikeouts … Was 5-2 with 57 strikeouts and a 2.32 ERA as a junior … Helped the Trojans reach the 2010 WPIAL Class AA semifinals … Played in the Pennsylvania American League East-West All-Star game in the summer of 2010. Personal: Born Feb. 3, 1993 in Pittsburgh, Pa. … Son of Richard and Nancy Rossi.

#3 N i c k S e rg a k i s

5-7, 165, 3B, R/R, Fr. • New Albany, Ohio / Columbus Academy

Prior to Coastal Carolina: A Perfect Game/Rawlings honorable mention All-Central Regional honoree … A three-time All-Mid State League selection … A two-time first team All-Central District Division III pick …. As a junior, batting a team-high .463 with 29 RBI … Also posted a 2.74 ERA while allowing 38 hits and 29 walks with 57 strikeouts in 46 innings … As a sophomore, earned second team all-district … Hit .425 with 18 RBI … Pitched 32.2 innings, allowing 21 earned runs on 36 hits with 33 strikeouts and 26 walks … As a freshman, hit .388 with two home runs and a team-high 16 RBI … Pitched a team-high 44.2 innings, striking out 47 and walking 20 with a 2.19 ERA. Personal: Born April 6, 1993 in West Allegheny, Pa. … Son of Pete and Tracy Sergakis.

#11 B e n S m i t h

6-2, 175, LHP, L/L, Fr. • Wichita Falls, Texas / Rider HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Texas Sports Writers Association second team All-State pick as a pitcher and honorable mention All-State as a first baseman … Also a second team All-State honoree by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association … Helped Rider HS to the UIL 4A state title … Selected the State Championship Player of Game as the winning pitcher and was named to the All-Tournament team as a first baseman … Selected to play for Team Texas in the Heartland Classic … District 4-4A Pitcher of the Year … Was 12-2 on the mound with a 1.47 ERA and a school-record 160 strikeouts in 90.2 innings pitched … Offensively, batted .366 with 44 RBI, seven doubles, four triples and two home runs … As a junior, helped the Raiders to the state semifinal … Named first team All-District as a first baseman … Batted .350 with 18 RBI … Was 3-0 pitching with a 1.00 ERA … As a sophomore, named first team All-District as a pitcher, also being named to the Red River Diamond Dozen squad … Was 7-3 with a 1.49 ERA … Struck out 31 in 56.1 innings, allowing just seven walks. Personal: Born Jan. 20, 1993 in Cheyenne, Wyoming … Son of Porter and Donna Smith … Has four younger siblings, twin brothers Caleb and Cole and twin brothers Mason and Evan … His father was in the Air Force and, while living in Yorktown, Va., played on a 10-year-old all-star team with fellow Chanticleer Patrick Corbett.

#19 C h r i s S u s e c k

5-10, 205, 3B/1B, R/R, Fr. • Flemington, N.J. / Hunterdon Central Regional HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Named first team All-Group IV, All-West Jersey and All-Skyland Conference Delaware Division … Selected second team All-State … Hit .463 with a .566 on-base percentage and slugged .713 with five homers, 25 RBI and 10 stolen bases … Missed junior season due to an ACL injury suffered during basketball season … As a sophomore, helped Hunterdon Central to the New Jersey Group IV state title … Was named allarea as a utility and All-Hunterdon County, leading the team with a .427 average and adding 30 runs and 33 RBI … Also earned first team All-Skyland Conference Delaware Division … Hunterdon Central also won a state title during Suseck’s freshman season. Personal: Born Jan. 8, 1993 in Flemington, N.J. … Son of Mark and Ileana Suseck.

19


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

#18 A u s t i n W a l l ac e

6-2, 190, LHP, L/L, Jr. • Frankfort, Ill. / Lincoln-Way East HS (Moraine Valley CC)

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played one season at Moraine Valley CC … 2011 (So.): Named second team All-Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference … Was 2-4 with a 3.65 ERA … In 44.1 innings, struck out 37 … Also named to the SICC All-Academic team … 2010 (Fr.): Spent one season at NCAA Division II St. Josephs College … Named Academic All-Great Lakes Valley Conference … Was 0-3 in three appearances with a 5.14 ERA. Personal: Born Nov. 30, 1990 in Frankfort, Ill. … Son of Robert and Julie Wallace.

#23 L u k e WI l l i s

5-11, 180, OF, R/R, Fr. • Annandale, Va. / Oakton HS

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Tabbed first team Virginia All-Group AAA and VirginiaPreps.com honorable mention All-AAA baseball teams … Earned first team All-Met honors by the Washington Post … Named first team All-Concorde District, helping the Cougars to their first district title since 2006 … Stole 24 bases and batted .438 with 30 RBI … Was 3-0 with five saves as a pitcher … As a junior, earned all-region honors … Batted .420 with a region-best 29 stolen bases … Was All-Concorde District as a sophomore, batting .350 with 15 stolen bases … Also played football, earning All-Concorde District as a wide receiver as a senior and at running back as a junior, and was an all-state performer in track … Named the 2010-11 Oakton High School Male Athlete of the Year as he was the baseball co-MVP and the football Offensive MVP. Personal: Born Nov. 9, 1992 in Fairfax, Va. … Son of Jeff and Evy Willis.

#21 R i c h W i tt e n

6-1, 200, 1B/C/3B, R/R, Sr. • Danville, Ky. / Danville HS

TRI-CAPTAIN

Was runner-up for the 2012 preseason Big South Player of the Year honor as voted on by the league’s coaches … Graduated cum laude from Coastal Carolina in December 2011 with a 3.613 GPA in exercise and sport science. 2011 (Jr.): Named to the Big South All-Tournament team for the second straight season … Was just 2-for-14 in the tourney, but was 1-for-3 with two RBI versus Winthrop in the quarterfinal, 1-for-4 with a solo home run in championship game and made numerous key defensive plays at first base … Ended the season batting .300 overall, .343 in Big South games … Led the league in putouts (564) with the next closest being 381 by Liberty’s Austin Taylor … Ranked fifth (tied) in the Big South in doubles (18), fifth (tied) in RBI (51), seventh (tied) in runs scored (48) and 10th in total bases (108) … In Big South games, tied for the league lead with 12 doubles and fifth (tied) in walks (14) … Had a career-long 15-game hit streak, seeing his season batting average jump from .223 to .292 ... Streak was snapped in the second Winthrop game, but he rallied to go 2-for-5 in the finale ... During the streak, batted .439 (25for-57) with 15 runs scored, 20 RBI, eight doubles and four home runs … Had a hit in 25-of-his-last-28 — batting .364 (43-for-118) over the span ... Scored a run in 17 of his last 18 games, amassing 24 over the span … Batted .500 (7-for-14) at the NCAA Clemson Regional … Was 2-for-2 with a home run, two runs scored and RBI in the opening-round win over Connecticut … Versus Clemson, was 4-for-5 with three runs scored … In the second UConn meeting, was 1-for-4 with an RBI and run scored … Drew several starts at catcher due to injuries at the position, including the two San Diego wins and in games one and three at Pepperdine ... Of his 70 hits on the season, 39 came with runners on base (.355 batting average), including 30 with runners in scoring position (.385 avg.) … With runners on third and less than two outs, he was 15-of-17 (.882) at the plate … Started slow, with just two hits in his first seven games (2-for-26 for an .077 batting average) ... Was batting just .114 through the first nine games … Season turned around in a Ball State win (Mar. 4), going 3-for-3 with five RBI … At #1 Virginia, went 2-for-4 with two doubles, a RBI and run scored … Was 2-for-3 with two runs scored, two RBI and his first home run of the season in the win over The Citadel ... Made a strong case for Big South Player of the Week versus Radford, batted .583 (7-for-12) with six runs, a double, two home runs, six RBI, 1.167 slugging pct.,.667 on-base pct. And a stolen base ... In game one, was 1-for-2 with a walk and hit by pitch ... Also scored twice and stole a base ...

20


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Ch anticleer s

In game two, was 4-for-6 with an RBI single and scored twice ... In game three, was 2-for-5 with five RBI ... Hit a solo home run for a 3-0 lead after three complete then put the game out of reach with a grand slam in the fourth … In the UNC Wilmington win, Witten hit his first career triple —a three-run triple at that, going 2-for-6 with two runs scored and three RBI. 2010 (So.): Played in 39 games, starting 15 – including the last month as the first baseman ... Batted .321 overall and .339 as a starter ... Named Big South All-Tournament as he was a key figure in the team’s championship, going 6-for-8 (.750) with five extra base hits and six RBI in the final two games against High Point and Liberty ... Witten was a perfect 4-for-4 with three doubles in the win over High Point ... In the championship game against Liberty, Witten was 2-for-3 with a three-run home run in the 8-2 win ... Stepped up big for the second straight weekend at the Myrtle Beach Regional to earn All-Tournament honors ... Hit a grand slam in the sixth and scored the winning run after doubling to open the 10th inning in the 11-10 win over the College of Charleston (June 7) in the Regional Championship ... Also in that CofC final, made an impressive stretch at first to record an out on what could have been the game-winning run ... Hit .278 with a double, a home run and six RBI in the regional ... Over his last nine games played – eight as a starter – batted 13-for-34 (.382), starting with that 4-for-4, three RBI performance versus High Point in the Big South Tournament ... Went 3-for-3 with four RBI, two doubles, a home run and three runs scored in a win over Toledo. 2009 (RFr.): Played in 28 games for the Chanticleers with seven starts in 2009 ... Hit .292 with six doubles, a home run and 12 RBI ... Had a .479 slugging percentage ... Blasted a home run and drove in two in the win over Radford (April 11) ... Had a three-run double in the win over VMI (May 9) ... Went 2-for-3 with four runs scored and two doubles against Stony Brook (March 8). 2008 (Fr.): Earned a medical redshirt and retained his year of eligibility ... Appeared in 11 games with seven starts prior to the injury ... Hit .250 with a home run and seven RBI ... Was 2-for-4 with three RBI at North Carolina (March 11) ... Hit his first collegiate home run and had three RBI at Clemson (March 18) ... Also made four appearances on the mound, striking out three and allowing seven earned runs in 9.2 innings ... Pitched five innings against Virginia Tech (Feb. 25), allowing three earned runs and striking out a batter ... Did not allow a run in relief appearances against Toledo and Ball State. Prior to Coastal Carolina: Hit .535 with 41 RBI and 24 stolen bases ... Was 10-1 with a 0.59 earned-run average and 108 strikeouts in 70 innings ... His 25 home runs during the junior season were the second-most in a single year in Kentucky history ... Finished just two home runs shy of the career home run record ... Was a Preseason All-America pick by Louisville Slugger and ended his career with a .503 batting average, 235 RBI and 403 strikeouts on the mound .... Also played football for Danville and was an All-State quarterback his junior and senior seasons for the Admirals ... Was named the Advocate-Messenger Player of the Year in 2006 and helped the Admirals to the state championship game his senior season in football ... Was a member of the National Honor Society at Danville. Personal: Born July 12, 1988 ... Son of Richard Witten and Mariam Kubale.

Witten’s Career Hitting Statistics

Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2008 # .250 11-7 24 7 6 2009 .292 28-7 48 11 14 2010 .312 39-15 77 22 24 2011 .300 61-60 233 48 70 CAREER .298 139-89 382 88 114 #-injured during his freshman season, getting a medical

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 1 7 6 0 1 12 9 0 4 22 18 1 6 51 33 1 12 92 redshirt

Witten’s Career Pitching Statistics

Year ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP 2008 # 6.52 0-1 4-2 0 0/0 0 9.2 #-injured during his freshman season, getting a medical redshirt

TB SLG% 9 .375 23 .479 45 .584 108 .464 185 .484

H R ER 14 7 7

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH 5 1 3 .400 0 1 7 2 10 .397 1 0 11 0 19 .393 1 1 24 8 28 .381 3 6 47 11 60 .387 5 8

BB SO 3 3

2B 4

3B 0

HR 2

SB-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-9 8-9

PO A E FLD% 32 5 3 .925 35 2 0 1.000 142 6 2 .987 564 37 11 .982 773 50 16 .981

BF / AVG 46/.359

WP HPB BK SAC 1 3 0 1

21


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Coac h ing S t af f

G a ry G i l m o r e #14 Head Coach Coastal Carolina ‘80

23rd Season at a Head Coach: 906-426-2 17th Season at CCU: 605-324 Seven-Time Big South Coach of the Year Coaching History

• Scout for the Seattle Mariners and Cleveland Indians; USC Aiken (Assistant Coach; 1990 — USC Aiken (Head Coach); 1996-pres. —Coastal Carolina (Head Coach). • 2005 ABCA Atlantic Region Coach of the Year • 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Big South Coach of the Year

Head Coaching Highlights • • • • •

22

Made two NCAA Division II tournament appearances (at USC Aiken) — 1992, ‘93 Advanced to the NCAA Division II College World Series (at USC Aiken) — 1993 Has won one Peach Belt regular-season title (at USC Aiken) — 1994 Has won two Peach Belt tournament titles (at USC Aiken) — 1992, ‘93 Made 10 NCAA Regional appearances (at Coastal Carolina) — 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 • Advanced to two NCAA Super Regionals (at Coastal Carolina) — 2008, ‘10 • Has won nine Big South regular-season titles (at Coastal Carolina) — 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 • Has won eight Big South tournament titles (at Coastal Carolina) — 1999, ‘02, ‘05, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 • Eight CCU players (Kevin Schnall, Mike Costanzo, Chris Raber, David Sappelt, Dock Doyle, Anthony Meo, Jose Iglesias and Tommy La Stella) have been finalist or semifinalist for a National Player of the Year Award • Has coached 17 players to a total of 40 All-American honors • Has coached seven Freshman All-Americans • Has coached 16 players to a total of 19 All-Region/All-District honors, including 2010 NCBWA District IV Player of the Year Anthony Meo • Has coached the Big South Player of the Year eight times (Kevin Schnall, Justin Owens, Mike Costanzo—twice, David Sappelt, Dock Doyle, David Anderson and Tommy La Stella) • Since instituted in 2007, has coached the Big South Pitcher of the Year four times (Bobby Gagg, Cody Wheeler, Anthony Meo and Matt Rein) • Has coached the Big South Rookie/Freshman of the Year twice (Brooks Marzka and Scott Woodward) • Has coached players that have earned 89 All-Big South honors, including a Big South record eight first team selections in 2010 and Big South record 11 first and second teamers in 2008 • Has coached the 2010 Big South Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Austin Fleet) and two Big South Baseball Scholar-Athletes of the Year (Brooks Marzka in 2000 and Austin Fleet in 2010) • Has coached first team Academic All-American Austin Fleet (2010) and seven players to a total of 10 Academic All-District honors • Coastal Carolina is the only Big South team to win 50 games (a feat accomplished four times) and CCU set school and Big South records by winning GILMORE’S Head Coaching Record 55 games in 2010. The 55 Year School Conf Champs Record Conf. Record Post-Season 45-10-0 NA --wins also led the NCAA as 1990 USC Aiken 51-13-0 NA --did Coastal’s .846 winning 1991 USC Aiken 1992 USC Aiken T 45-15-2 10- 2-1 NCAA DII percentage (55-10). 46-18-0 13- 7-0 NCAA DII/CWS • In 2010, Coastal became the 1993 USC Aiken T R 35-22-0 16- 5-0 --first Big South team to go 1994 USC Aiken 34-24-0 14-10-0 --undefeated in league play 1995 USC Aiken 24-29-0 11-10-0 --(25-0) and go undefeated 1996 Coastal Carolina 1997 Coastal Carolina 23-31-0 5- 16-0 --in the Big South tourna1998 Coastal Carolina 31-29-0 11- 7-0 --ment (4-0) in the same 1999 Coastal Carolina R 43-15-0 10- 2-0 --year. 2000 Coastal Carolina 34-24-0 11-10-0 --• Has had 45 players drafted a 2001 Coastal Carolina T 42-20-0 16- 4-0 NCAA total of 48 times, including 2002 Coastal Carolina R T 44-19-0 16- 5-0 NCAA 12 in the top 10 rounds 2003 Coastal Carolina T 45-18-0 12- 7-0 NCAA • Rico Noel (56) and Scott 2004 Coastal Carolina T 40-23-0 16- 8-0 NCAA Woodward (55) went 1-2 2005 Coastal Carolina R 50-16-0 21- 3-0 NCAA in the NCAA in stolen 2006 Coastal Carolina 30-27-0 15- 9-0 --bases in 2010, marking 2007 Coastal Carolina R T 50-13-0 17- 4-0 NCAA just the second time team- 2008 Coastal Carolina R T 50-14-0 17- 3-0 NCAA/Super mates had done so. Rico 2009 Coastal Carolina R T 47-16-0 21- 5-0 NCAA 55-10-0 25- 0-0 NCAA/Super Noel also led the NCAA in 2010 Coastal Carolina R T 2011 Coastal Carolina R T 42-20-0 20- 7-0 NCAA stolen bases in 2009 (48) • 22 Years Overall 906-426-2 PERSONAL • 16 Years at Coastal 650-324-0 Big South Record: 244-100 Family: Wife, Cathy; son, • 6 Years at USC Aiken 256-102-2 R = Regular-Season Conference Champion — T = Conference Tournament Champion Chance; daughter, Samantha

Coastal Carolina head coach Gary Gilmore, who is entering his 17th season at his alma mater, has seen the program continually rise in the world of college baseball to a national power. Eleven NCAA berths, 11 40+ win seasons in the last 13 years, 14-straight winning seasons, numerous draft picks – including a secondround selection in 2011, a first trip to the NCAA Super Regional in 2008 and hosting the program’s first a Super Regional in 2010 are just part of the exciting things going on in Coastal Carolina baseball. In addition to building his program, Gilmore is seeing buildings being erected to keep Coastal Carolina on par with the nation’s elite. In the summer of 2010, the coaches moved into their new offices in Adkins Field House, just steps away from the state-of-the-art speed, strength and conditioning center. In the spring of 2011, construction began on a new indoor practice facility, featuring a full infield and complex netting system to allow the facility to house several hitting and pitching stations. Then, in January of 2012, Coastal Carolina announced its plan to renovate both the baseball and softball complexes. The $10.2 million project will begin after the 2012 season and is scheduled to be ready for the 2014 home opener. The new stadium will have 2,500 permanent seats with grass berms and a boardwalk surrounding the outfield wall allowing capacity to reach between 5,000-6,000 people. Also, the facility will have player locker room, lounge, team meeting areas, video bay, athletic training room, coaches offices, premium seating and more. The 2011 season saw Coastal Carolina make its 10th NCAA appearance over the last 11 years as well as sweep both the Big South regular season tournament titles for the fifth consecutive year. Prior to the year, Gilmore was voted among the best in the business in a poll by CollegeBaseballInsider.com. When asked “who is the best coach at a non-BCS conferences?” Gilmore’s name topped the list. The 2011 season saw Tommy La Stella earn consensus All-American honors and be voted Big South Player of the Year, while Matt Rein was also named All-American and the Big South Pitcher of the Year. Pitcher Anthony Meo, a three-time first team All-Big South pick, joined Kirt Manwaring as the highest Chanticleer drafted, being the third pick of the second round. Scott Woodward, who set CCU and Big South records for runs scores and hit by pitches while ranking second on both lists in stolen bases and walks, was drafted in the seventh round. La Stella would go in the eighth, followed by Taylor Motter in the 17th and Daniel Bowman in the 38th. On May 17, Gilmore won his 900th game, defeating UNC Wilmington 12-3. Ironically, his first win as the Chants’ coach was also versus UNCW. However, the biggest highlight of the 2011 season was playing an exhibition with defending American League champion Texas Rangers before a record crown at BB&T Coastal Field – home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Coastal pitchers sat down the All-Star riddled lineup, nine up, nine down. The Chants, down 2-1 after five complete, hung with the Rangers before eventually falling 6-2 with Texas getting four runs in the last three innings off their own pitchers. Heading into the game with a 15-10 record, the Chants took that positive experience and won 26 of their next 34, including a four-game sweep to win the Big South Tournament, to secure another NCAA postseason berth. Statistically, Coastal continued to show it can both execute the “small-ball” philosophy and play for the big-inning by ranking sixth nationally in sacrifice bunts, 17th in home runs, 23rd in doubles, 23rd in runs scored, 31st in stolen bases. The Chanticleers took a giant leap into the national spotlight in 2010. Coastal Carolina set school and Big South records with 55 wins (against just 10 losses – the fewest by Coastal in the Gilmore era), which additionally led the NCAA, had the nation’s best winning percentage (.846), ranked second in the final RPI and was the overall #4 seed to the NCAA Championship – hosting both the Myrtle Beach Regional and Super Regional. Coastal would need a come-from-behind effort to defeat College of Charleston in dramatic fashion to win the program’s second Regional and fell by one run twice to eventual national champion South Carolina in what was Coastal’s first time in hosting a Super Regional. In both Super Regional contests, 6,599 people packed BB&T Costal Field, setting a facility record, to see the thrilling and historic matchup. In the final NCAA statistics, Coastal ranked eighth in scoring (9.1 avg.), fourth in hits (603), third in home runs (111), ninth in slugging percentage (.553), third in stolen bases (161), eight in ERA (3.53) and seventh in fewest hits allowed per nine innings (8.37). Coastal, starting with a win over #10 Clemson on Mar. 31, would win 17 straight and 26 of its next 27 with the only setback being a 6-3 loss at top-ranked Virginia. The Chants would climb in the polls to be a consensus top-five program the final three weeks of the regular season, ending either 11th or 12th at season’s end. Individually, Rico Noel and Woodward became the second set of teammates to rank 1-2 in the NCAA in stolen bases with 56 and 55, respectively. The duo also ranked among the NCAA top 20 in runs scored, Noel eighth with 82 and Woodward


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Coac h ing S t af f

17th with 75, while Jose Iglesias was 16th in RBI (80). On the mound, Anthony Meo was second in the nation with 13 wins, while Cody Wheeler, who was 22nd in the NCAA with 113 strikeouts, was fifth in wins nationally with 12. For this, Meo, Wheeler, Iglesias and Noel were named to various All-American teams with Meo being a semifinalist for two National Player of the Year award and Iglesias being one of three finalists for the Johnny Bench Catcher of the Year Award. Also, Austin Fleet was both a first team Academic All-America and the Big South Male Student-Athlete of the Year while Ryan Connolly was a Freshman All-American. On the conference level in 2010, Coastal set several records as well en route to winning both the Big South regular season and tournament crowns or the fourth straight season. In addition to its 55 overall wins, the Chanticleers became the first big South team to go undefeated in the regular-season (25-0) as well as going undefeated in the Big South Tournament (4-0). Coastal also set a league record by having eight players named to the All-Big South first team, with one second team pick. For their success, Gilmore picked up his seventh Big South Conference Coach of the Year honor, while Meo was the unanimous Big South Pitcher of the Year. Also, it was during the final conference series of 2010 that Gilmore won his 600th game as Coastal Carolina head coach, defeating Radford, 7-2, on May 20. At season’s end, seven players were drafted, including Wheeler and Noel in the fifth round, Fleet in the 16th and Chance Gilmore in the 25th, while Woodard (15th round) Keith Hessler (28h round) and Jim Birmingham (33rd round) decided to stay for the 2011 season. The Chanticleers won both the Big South regular-season and tournament titles in 2009, going 47-16 and advancing to the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional. Gilmore was named the Big South Coach of the Year for the sixth time as he mentored eight players that were named to the All-Big South Teams. This included Big South Player of the Year and Big South Tournament MVP David Anderson and conference Pitcher of the Year Cody Wheeler. Both Anderson and Wheeler were named AllAmericans by Louisville Slugger and Collegiate Baseball, while the trio of Anthony Meo, Daniel Bowman and Taylor Motter were named Freshman All-Americans by the same organization. Gilmore reached a personal milestone in 2009, winning his 800th game as head coach in a 9-1 win over Charleston Southern May 14. Coastal Carolina hosted and won the NCAA Conway Regional in 2008, advancing to the NCAA Cary Super Regional, a first in the school’s history. Gilmore was named the Big South Coach of the Year for the fifth time and the Chants won both the regular-season and tournament championships. Dock Doyle was named the Big South Player of the Year and earned second team All-American honors by Collegiate Baseball. Doyle also was a finalist for the Johnny Bench Award. Woodward earned Big South Freshman of the Year honors while 11 different Chanticleers earned All-Big South accolades. Coastal Carolina defeated Columbia, Alabama and East Carolina to earn the program’s first berth in a Super Regional. Tommy Baldridge and David Anderson were named Co-Most Valuable Player’s and the Chants had six selected to the All-Conway Regional Tournament Team. Coastal Carolina set the Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field attendance record with 2,320 fans at the championship game against East Carolina. Gilmore earned his 500th win at Coastal Carolina on May 17 in an 18-8 win over Radford and now has 507 wins at his alma mater. The Chants had five players selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, including fifth-round picks in Doyle and Pete Andrelczyk. Coastal Carolina enjoyed national success in 2007, as the Chanticleers hosted an NCAA Regional for the first time in school history and won 50 games for the second time in three seasons. Coastal Carolina won both the Big South Conference regular-season and tournament titles for the second time in six years, going 4-0 in the BSC Tournament and defeating Liberty 6-5 in the championship game. The Chanticleers had a 16-game winning streak in the middle of the season. Gilmore was named the Midseason Coach of the Year by Baseball America and earned his fourth Big South Coach of the Year honor at season’s end as he earned his 700th career (May 12) against UNC Asheville. Coastal Carolina hosted the 2007 Myrtle Beach Regional and its game against Clemson brought out 6,231 fans, a BB&T Coastal Field record at the time. Bobby Gagg and David Sappelt earned AllAmerican honors by Collegiate Baseball, while Sappelt was the Big South Player of the Year, Gagg was the Pitcher of the Year and Tommy Baldridge was the BSC Tournament Most Valuable Player. The Chants ended the season ranked 20th by Baseball America. Coastal Carolina ended the 2006 season with a 30-27 overall record, finishing third in the Big South Conference. The Chanticleers were one of the hottest teams in the League the latter half of the season, sweeping conference foes Radford and UNC Asheville as well as defeating East Carolina, the College of Charleston and Wake Forest in mid-week games. Gilmore won his 400th game at Coastal Carolina May 12 against Radford and won 30 games for the ninth time in 11 seasons as

head coach of the Chants. Coastal’s continual rise to a national power was never as evident as in 2005, when the Chants earned a number-one seed to the NCAA Tempe Regional, won 50 games (becoming the first Big South team in history to accomplish both feats), had six players go in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft and was 23rd in the final rankings by Baseball America. The Chanticleers went to the championship game of the regional, defeating UNLV twice, but falling to host Arizona State in the final. Gilmore received Big South Coach of the Year honors, the third time he has received that honor, and the American Baseball Coaches Association Atlantic Region Division I Coach of the Year in 2005. Coastal Carolina won its third Big South regular-season title under Gilmore after compiling a remarkable 21-3 conference record. Gilmore also coached Mike Costanzo, who earned first team All-American honors by three organizations, earned his second consecutive Big South Player of the Year award and was named to the All-Big South first team as both a first baseman and a pitcher, the first Big South player to ever earn multiple first-team honors. Gilmore coached six All-Big South honorees in 2005, including four first team members. He also won his 600th career game March 25 in a win over VMI. Gilmore and the Chanticleers battled through injuries and adversity during the 2004 season. The Chants were underdogs heading into the Big South Tournament, but for the fourth straight season, Coastal Carolina won the Big South Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Regionals. Gilmore coached the Big South Player of the Year in Costanzo and had four All-Big South members and two Major League Baseball Draft selections. Gilmore had a milestone 2003 season, starting with his 500th career win Feb. 21, against Delaware. He then saw the Chants win their third straight Big South Tournament Championship and earn its third straight berth to the NCAA Regionals in Lincoln, Neb. Coastal won 46 games in 2003, then the most by a Chanticleer squad under Coach Gilmore. Ryan McGraw earned All-BSC First Team honors, while six Chants were selected to the second team. Gilmore also saw Justin Sturge and Brandon Powell enter the world of professional baseball. In 2002, Coastal Carolina posted 44 wins. The Chants also captured both the Big South regular season and tournament crowns for the second consecutive year and appeared in the NCAA Regional, falling to Georgia in the final game. The 2002 squad featured seven all-conference performers, including five first-team members and the Player of the Year in Justin Owens. Owens was also named as the 2001-02 Bagwell Winner, denoting him as the Big South Male Athlete of the Year while Ryan McGraw broke the NCAA single-season stolen base mark with 63 in 2002. In 2001, the Chants posted a 42-20 record, won their first Big South Championship since 1992, and came within a single out of advancing to the NCAA Super Regionals, where they would have played Florida State with a College World Series berth on the line. The team that year posted wins over nationally-ranked foes East Carolina, Clemson and Georgia Tech. He also had six players make All-Big South Conference Teams and catcher Randy McGarvey, Jr., was named the Big South Tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Gilmore took the reins in a rather precarious position in 1996. The Chants were coming off a 17-37 season, their first losing season in 18 years, and had little in the way of returning talent, especially on the mound. Coastal finished a respectable 24-29 in his first season, and 23-31 in his second. By 1998 though, his recruits, especially the pitchers, began to step up, and Coastal’s winning ways returned. His 1999 squad posted 43 wins and found themselves nationally ranked towards the end of the season, earning Gilmore Big South Coach of the Year honors. Gilmore began his baseball career as a Chanticleer, playing center field for Coastal Carolina during the 1979 and 1980 seasons. The speedy leadoff hitter hit .353 with 69 steals in 90 games, before going to play in the Philadelphia Phillies organization. Following his playing days, he worked as a scout for the Seattle Mariners and Cleveland Indians before becoming a coach at USC-Aiken, where he eventually took over the top spot in 1990. Gilmore spent six seasons at USC-Aiken, where he compiled a 253-102 record. Gilmore posted 40-win seasons in his first four years at USC-A, including a schoolrecord 48 wins in 1991. In 1993, Gilmore was named Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year by his peers. During his stint at USC-Aiken, Gilmore coached nine allconference performers and one conference player of the year in Adam Riggs. In all, Coach Gilmore has been named the Regional Coach of the Year five times, conference Coach of the Year six times and a National Coach of the Year Finalist twice. Over 75 of his players have gone on to sign professional contracts, with seven making it to the major leagues. Gilmore and his wife Cathy have a son, Chance, who played at Coastal Carolina from 2007-10 and is in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, and a daughter Samantha (22).

23


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Coac h ing S t af f

Kevin Schnall #9 Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Catchers Coastal Carolina ‘01 12th Season at CCU

Kevin Schnall enters his 12th season on the Chanticleer coaching staff. A former All-Big South performer and 2005 inductee to the Coastal Carolina Sasser Athletics Hall of Fame, Schnall coaches the catchers and is heavily involved with hitting instruction. Schnall also enters his seventh year as the recruiting coordinator after assisting with recruiting for five seasons. Schnall coached Dock Doyle and Jose Iglesias, who were both finalists for the 2008 and 2010, respectively, Johnny Bench Awards, given to the nation’s top collegiate catcher. Iglesias, a third team All-American in 2010, had 80 RBI in 2010, second-most on the CCU single-season list while ranking ranked 16th in the NCAA in the category. Doyle was the 2008 Big South Player of the Year and a fifth-round draft pick by the New York Mets. In 2007, Matt Rademacher was a first team All-Big South selection, while Doyle was on the All-Myrtle Beach Regional Team and was drafted by the Atlanta Braves. Under Schnall’s tutelage, Coastal Carolina’s catchers have thrown out 42 percent of runners trying to steal. The backstops also have handled one of the nation’s best pitching staffs, which ranked among the top 20 in ERA five of the last 10 seasons. Schnall is credited with developing individual players such as catcher Randy McGarvey, Jr., who started his career as a walk-on and finished as a two-year starter and 2002 draft pick of the Houston Astros, and Chad Oxendine, who started his Coastal Carolina career as a middle infielder and went on to become an All-Big South catcher in 2004 and played in the Chicago White Sox minor league organization. Schnall also coached Mike Fuentes in 2005-06, who was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 29th round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. Schnall also boasts successful stints as a summer league head coach. In 2001, he coached Front Royal (Va.) of the Valley League and led the Cardinals to the playoffs. In 2002, Schnall was tabbed by the Baseball Factory to coach one of its select summer teams. In addition to his coaching duties, Schnall also served as coordinator of the Gary Gilmore Baseball Camp until 2004, which features several summer camps and year-round clinics. Schnall’s playing career began at Potomac State Junior College in West Virginia, where he was named All-Region both seasons. In 1997, he hit .420 and collected 56 RBI in leading the Catamounts to a 30-8 record. He then moved to Coastal Carolina for the 1997-98 season, where he immediately became the Chants’ starting catcher. That season, he hit .308, drove in 33 runs and set school catching records for putouts (362) and assists (58). His efforts led the Chants to their first winning season since 1994 and a berth in the Big South Tournament Championship game. In 1999, Schnall produced one of the most memorable single seasons in Coastal Carolina history. He became just the second Chanticleer in Big South history to bat over. 400 in a season (.405), was named Big South Player of the Year and led the Chants to a 43-15 record, the program’s best mark since 1983. Schnall slugged seven home runs and collected 48 RBI, but his most significant contribution was his patience at the batter’s box where he struck out just 19 times all season and set a school record for on-base percentage (.515). He finished his career as an NCBWA second team All-American and was a finalist for the Rotary Smith National Player of the Year award. Schnall’s collegiate success earned him notice from the Cincinnati Reds, who made him their 25th-round pick in 1999. He played two seasons in the Reds farm system, compiling time with the Billings Mustangs of the Pioneer League and the Dayton Dragons of the Midwest League. He retired from pro baseball after the 2000 season. Schnall married the former Megan Magee. The couple has a daughter, Sydney, and a son, Jayden, and reside in Conway.

24


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Coac h ing S t af f

Drew Thomas #22 Assistant Coach/Pitchers Illinois State ‘98 6th Season at CCU

Drew Thomas begins his sixth season with the Coastal Carolina University baseball program, serving as the pitching coach. His first five seasons were spent as a volunteer assistant on the baseball staff before being promoted to a full time post in the fall of 2011. Over his last five seasons, Coastal’s pitching staff have ranked no lower than 32nd in the NCAA in ERA, ranking among the nation’s top 20 four times, while ranking among the nation’s top 12 in fewest hits allowed per nine innings in 2009, ’10 and ’11. This past season, Anthony Meo and Matt Rein highlighted a pitching staff that saw five pitchers rank among the school’s top 12 for lowest single-season opponent batting average and four rank among the school’s single-season best in the Division I era for lowest ERA. Overall, Coastal’s staff posted a 2.97 ERA to lead the Big South and rank 18th nationally, while allowing just 7.79 hits per nine to rank 12th nationally. Also, the Chants would set a CCU and Big South record by recording four consecutive shutouts, while throwing a total of 43.0 innings of scoreless baseball over six games. Coastal would lead the Big South in ERA, lowest opponent batting average, strikeouts, fewest hits allowed and fewest runs allowed. Meo would earn his third straight All-Big South and be drafted in the second round by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Meo would also post 115 strikeouts (sixth-best on the CCU single season list) and end his career with a Big South record 2.52 ERA (second-best all-time in CCU history and tops in the Division I era). Meo also finished with 32 wins – becoming the first Big South pitcher to post at least 30 wins in three seasons – and 277 strikeouts – sixth on the CCU career list. Meo capped his impressive career by throwing a no-hitter in the Big South Tournament and getting a dominant performance in a win over Connecticut in the NCAA Clemson Regional. Rein was named the 2011 Big South Pitcher of the Year, was tabbed All-American and finished fourth on the CCU career list with 91 appearances. Coastal was able to win the 2010 NCAA Regional and have the credentials to host a Super Regional thanks to an impressive pitching staff. Headlined by Big South Pitcher of the Year Meo, who finished second in the NCAA with 13 wins, and fellow first team All-Big South pick Cody Wheeler, who was fifth in the NCAA with 12 wins, both pitchers were named All-American by several publications. The two were joined on the Big South first team by relief pitcher Rein, while freshman relief pitcher Ryan Connolly was tabbed second team All-Big South. Meo, the American Baseball Coaches Association District IV Player of the Year, would go on to be a semifinalist for the Dick Howser and Golden Spike National Player of the Year awards with Wheeler being a fifthround draft pick. Connolly capped the laundry list of honors by being named Freshman All-American after he set a CCU record with 40 pitching appearances in a season. Meo, Wheeler and Rein combined to go 32-3. Securing most of the wins was closer Austin Fleet, who was 6-2 with a Big South-best eight saves. Fleet additionally was named first team Academic All-America as well we the Big South male Student-Athlete of the Year. Overall, Coastal dominated the Big South pitching with a 3.53 ERA, nearly one full run better than the next closest, while holding opponents to a meager .248 batting average. The Chants only walked 226 (3.48 per game) and struck out 530 (8.17 per game). Nationally, Coastal was eighth in ERA and seventh in fewest hits allowed per nine innings (8.37). The Coastal Carolina pitching staff had a tremendous season in 2009. Wheeler was named the Big South Pitcher of the Year and was a second team Louisville Slugger All-American. He went 10-1 on the year and had a no-hitter against Hawai’i (March 26). Nick McCully was 8-1 with a 2.10 ERA and eight saves as well as being named to the All-Big South First Team and the All-Big South Tournament Team. McCully was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the ninth round of the 2009 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. Meo was a first team All-Big South honoree his freshman season. He went 9-2, setting a CCU freshman record, with a 2.92 ERA en route to Freshman All-American honors as well. The Coastal pitching staff finished 10th in the country in ERA and 12th in hits allowed per nine innings. The Coastal Carolina pitching staff enjoyed tremendous success in 2008, finishing 32nd in the country in ERA. Bobby Gagg, Joey Haug and Pete Andrelczyk were named to the All-Big South first team, while Nick McCully was a second team selection. McCully also was named to the All-NCAA Conway Regional team, while Haug was an All-Big South Tournament selection. Andrelczyk was selected in the fifth round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft by the Florida Marlins. In 2007, Coastal finished 18th in the country in ERA. Gagg was named the Big South Pitcher of the Year, while Gagg, David Anderson and Andy DeLaGarza all were named to the All-Big South teams. Gagg was a second team All-American by Collegiate Baseball and a second team All-Region selection by the ABCA. McCully also was named to the All-Big South Tournament team and was an All-Freshman Team selection by Ping! Baseball. Thomas came to Coastal Carolina from the IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla., where he had worked since 2003. He was the roving pitching instructor for the Florida Collegiate Instructional League and also was the pitching coach for the Pendleton Academy. Thomas helped develop Chris Perez, a first-round draft pick by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2006, and also worked with former Chanticleer Steven Carter. Thomas was a private pitching instructor in Springfield, Ill., from 2001-02. He also was the head coach of the Mason County Legion in Springfield. He pitched in the San Diego Padres organization in 1998-99, and played for the Canton Crocodiles of the Frontier League in 1999-2000. While with the Crocs, Thomas was the 2000 Frontier League Relief Pitcher of the Year, a League All-Star, and a second team Baseball America All-Independent Team member. Thomas graduated from Illinois State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Thomas, his wife Jaymie and four-year old son Henry reside in Myrtle Beach.

25


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 Coac h ing S t af f

Chad Oxendine #4 Volunteer Assistant Coach/Infielders Coastal Carolina ‘04 1st Season at CCU

Chad Oxendine enters his first season with the Chanticleer coaching staff, but he is a familiar face with the program. Oxendine will work with the Chanticleer infielders, while being the camp coordinator and assisting with the baseball field maintenance. Oxendine had been running the Coastal Baseball Academy in Myrtle Beach. Also, in the summer of 2011, he served as an intern coach with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans – the Class A organization for the Texas Rangers. He coached first base as well as assisting in hitting and infield instruction. Prior to that, Oxendine spent four seasons (2007-10) on the Richmond baseball staff, working primarily with the Spiders’ catchers and baserunners. Under his direction, Richmond catcher Chris Cowell was an AllAtlantic 10 selection in 2010 after hitting .311 with 17 home runs and 52 RBI. On the bases, the Spiders finished in the top five in the Atlantic 10 in steals each of the last two seasons, swiping 88 in 2009 and 75 in 2010. The 2009 season also saw then freshman Adam McConnell lead all NCAA rookies with his 31 steals. Oxendine spent 2007 as a volunteer assistant at the University of Alabama. During the 2006 season, he served as the volunteer assistant coach at UNC Wilmington. The Seahawks posted a 42-22 overall record and played in the NCAA Regional. Oxendine played four years at Coastal Carolina and led the Chanticleers to four-straight Big South Conference titles and NCAA Regional berths between 2001 and 2004. The Chanticleer catcher was a four-year letterman and named co-captain his junior and senior years. He was named second team All-Big South as a senior and was voted to the Big South All-Tournament team that year. Following his collegiate career, Oxendine signed as a free agent with the Chicago White Sox, where he spent one season with the Bristol (Va.) White Sox in the short season Appalachian League. A 1999 graduate of Avalon Academy in Dillon, S.C., Oxendine led the Falcons to the AA State Championship. The native of Rowland, N.C., received his bachelor’s degree from Coastal Carolina in 2004 in physical education. Oxendine has a son, CJ (5).

26


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 01 2 S uppor t S t af f

C hris Carter Director of Baseball Operations Coastal Carolina ‘01 3rd Season at CCU

Chris Carter is in his second year as the Director of Baseball operations at Coastal Carolina. His duties include handling all the team travel, serving as the liaison to the athletics department administration and organizing the day-to-day operations of the baseball program. Carter is no stranger to Coastal, as he played for the Chanticleers from 1998-2001. Carter hit .339 with 23 home runs, 124 RBI and 29 stolen bases in his Coastal Carolina career. He was a first team All-Big South selection in 2001 as well as being named to the Big South’s All-Tournament Team. His .417 batting average in 2001 is the fourth highest in school history, while he is tied for third in the single-season doubles record with 22 that same season. Carter is tied for seventh in Coastal Carolina’s career games played (207) and is 16th in hits (211). Carter started his professional career in 2002 with the Kalamazoo Kings of the Frontier League. He made both the Frontier League All-Star Team and the end of the year All-League Team in the 2003 season. Carter then was signed by the Baltimore Orioles and played for both the Delmarva Shorebirds and the Frederick Keys in 2003-04. Carter then played for the Washington Wildthings of the Frontier League in 2005-06, where he was named to the All-League Team his second season with the club. He went into coaching in 2008 as he was the hitting coach for the Wildthings. Carter is the former owner of the Coastal Baseball Academy in Myrtle Beach, S.C., which started in January of 2007. He graduated from Coastal Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in marketing in 2001 and is married to the former Courtney Trich.

#37 J e r ry O a k e s Student Assistant Coach 4th Season at CCU

Jerry Oakes is in his fourth season as a student assistant in the Coastal Carolina baseball program. His duties with the program have increased each season which now encompass his working with the pitching staff, coaching first base, extensive work with the grounds crew on the field and working with the outfielders. In addition to his on the field duties, Oakes supervises the student managers. Oakes came to the Chanticleers after playing professional baseball for eight seasons. The West Chester, Pa., native was picked in seventh round of the 2000 Major League Baseball Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers straight out of Archbishop Carroll High School, where he was a first team All-American and All-State honoree his senior year. Oakes played for the Brewers, Minnesota Twins, Atlanta Braves, Texas Rangers, San Francisco Giants and Baltimore Orioles organizations. Oakes, who signed with Coastal Carolina in high school prior to being drafted, is majoring in sports management at Coastal Carolina. He is married to the former Austen Prosser.

Barry Lippman

Associate Athletic Trainer 6th year • Florida State ‘01

Mike Cawood

Assoc. AD/Media Relations 2nd year • Tennessee ‘93

Nate Adams Manager • 3rd year

Justin Honeycutt Manager • 1st year

Doug Skipper Manager • 1st year

27


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 011 S eason Review

2011 Chanticleer Honors JIM BIRMINGHAM

• Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (3/15)

DANIEL BOWMAN • • • •

Ranked 77th on College Baseball Daily’s Top 100 Choice Hotels Big South Player of the Week (4/4) CollegeBaseballInsider.com Southeast Region Player of the Week (4/4) Big South All-Tournament Team (5/28)

JOSH CONWAY

• Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (3/8)

TUCKER FRAWLEY

• CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District 3 (5/5) • Academic All-Big South

KEITH HARDWICK

• Big South Tournament MVP and All-Tournament Team (5/28)

TOMMY La STELLA • • • • • • •

Preseason Big South Player of the Year Ranked 47th on College Baseball Daily’s Top 100 Choice Hotels Big South Player of the Week (3/28) Semifinalist for Dick Howser Trophy (5/20) 2012 Big South Player of the Year (5/25) First team All-Big South (5/25) Second Team Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball; Baseball America and NCBWA All-American • First team ABCA All-Atlantic Region • Second team ABCA All-American • First team CollegeBaseballInsider.com All-American

ANTHONY MEO • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Preseason Big South Pitcher of the Year Preseason All-American NCBWA (first team) Preseason All-American Collegiate Baseball (second team) Ranked 43rd on College Baseball Daily’s Top 100 Ranked 35th on (ESPN) Keith Law’s Future 50 list of 2011 MLB Prospects Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (4/4) Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (5/2) Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (5/9) First team All-Big South (5/25) Big South All-Tournament Team (5/28) Collegiate Baseball National Tri-Player of the Week (5/28) NCAA Clemson Regional All-Tournament Team (6/7) Second team ABCA All-Atlantic Region

TAYLOR MOTTER

• Big South All-Tournament Team (5/28)

HAYES ORTON

• Big South All-Tournament Team (5/28) • NCAA Clemson Regional All-Tournament Team (6/7)

MATT REIN • • • • • •

Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (4/19) Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week (5/16) 2012 Big South Pitcher of the Year (5/25) First team All-Big South (5/25) Third Team All-American Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Second team ABCA All-Atlantic Region

RICH WITTEN

• Big South All-Tournament Team (5/28)

SCOTT WOODWARD

• Ranked 82nd on College Baseball Daily’s Top 100 • First team All-Big South (5/25)

TEAM

28

• CollegeBaseballInsider.com Southeast Region Team of the Week (4/4)

Coastal Hangs With Texas Rangers in Exhibition

Prior to a host of substitutions in the sixth inning, including Texas pitchers pitching to their own players over the final three innings, Coastal Carolina trailed the defending American League Champion Rangers just 2-1 Tuesday night in an exhibition game at BB&T Coastal Field. Texas would go on to win 6-2 before a standing-room only crowd of 6,599, just the 10th time the facility was filled to capacity. In the top of the first, reigning Big South Player of the Week Tommy La Stella got the first hit of the game. In the home half, Matt Rein worked a perfect 1-2-3 inning with three ground outs. The highlight though was when Rein threw an impressive slider that fooled 2010 AL MVP Josh Hamilton and got a great reaction from the crowd. In the second, Tucker Frawley singled and Taylor Motter walked but Texas Rangers’ starter Alexi Ogando got a pair of strike outs to end the frame. In the home half, Coastal’s Keith Hessler also worked a 1-2-3 inning, thanks to a great diving play in center field for the final out by Hayes Orton. Coastal’s Matt Laney kept the good pitching streak alive in the third, getting a 1-2-3 inning. Coastal once again got another great play to help the cause as Motter made a backhand leaping catch on a broken-bat line drive for the out. Texas got on the board in bottom of the fourth, scoring twice thanks to two hit batters and two singles. Two-time All-Star Ian Kinsler was hit by a pitch, moved to second on a wild pitch and scored on Hamilton’s RBI single back through the middle of the infield. Adrian Beltre was hit by a pitch and six-time All-Star Michael Young singled to center to drive in Hamilton. The Chants got one run back in the top of the fifth. Keith Hardwick walked, advanced to second on a wild pitch and moved to third on a bloop-single down the left-field line. Scott Woodward hit into a double play with Hardwick scoring on the play to make the score 2-1. Starting in the sixth, Texas pitchers began pitching to their own players, as well as still pitching to Coastal players with numerous substitutions on both sides. With Texas’ Neil Ramirez pitching to his teammates, Mike Napoli and Craig Gentry walked to open the bottom of the seventh. After a failed sacrifice bunt, Andres Blanco singled to load the bases. Catcher Doug Deeds lined a ball off Ramirez and the ball found its way to right field, scoring two. With two still on, Taylor Teagarden ripped a two-run double to rightcenter field, putting Texas up 6-1. The Chants made the score 6-2 in the top of the ninth. Josh Frazier, a catcher for the Rangers batting in the CCU lineup, walked of Neftali Feliz. A single by Daniel Bowman advanced Frazier and, after a ground out put runners on the corners, Motter delivered an RBI single through the right side of the infield. The last time Texas played a college team was 2003 when it hosted the University of Texas and defeated the Longhorns 17-1.

Coastal Carolina junior Anthony Meo was selected as the 63rd overall pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks, going as the third pick of the second round of the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Meo joined fellow Chanticleer Kirt Manwaring, who was also the third pick of the second round in 1986 by San Francisco, as being the highest pick in school and Big South history. However, Manwaring remains as the school’s and Big South’s highest overall pick at 31st, when there were fewer teams and fewer Compensation A “sandwich” picks in MLB.

Lost TO PRO BALL • Anthony Meo, RHP (2nd Rd, 63rd Pick)............... Arizona Diamondbacks • Scott Woodward, 3B/OF (7th Rd, 224th Pick).........Los Angeles Dodgers • Tommy La Stella, 2B (8th Rd, 266th Pick).........................Atlanta Braves • Taylor Motter, SS (17th Rd, 540th Pick)......................... Tampa Bay Rays • Keith Hessler, LHP (Free Agent)........................... Arizona Diamondbacks • Matt Rein, LHP (Free Agent)........................................St. Louis Cardinals • Jim Birmingham, LHP (Free Agent)...........................Philadelphia Phillies

DRAFTED BUT DID NOT SIGN • Daniel Bowman, RF (38th Rd, 1165 Pick)........................ Cincinnati Reds


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 011 S eason Review

Coastal Makes 11th NCAA Regional Appearance

Coastal Carolina made its 11th NCAA Regional appearance in school history, its fifth straight and 10th in the last 11 years. The only time the Chants failed to make the postseason came in 2006 when Coastal finished 30-27 and was third in the Big South. Coastal, who went 1-2 at the 2011 NCAA Clemson Regional, is 16-19 in Regionals and 0-4 in Super Regionals. The Chants have been a #1 seed in four of the last seven years, including a #4 national seed in 2010. Coastal has won two Regionals, but fell at the 2008 Cary Super Regional to North Carolina and dropped two, one-run games to eventual national champion South Carolina at the 2010 Myrtle Beach Super Regional.

Coastal Wins 5th Straight Big South Titles

Coastal Carolina won an unprecedented fifth-straight Big South Tournament Championship, going through the event for a second straight year undefeated. Coastal won its 12th Big South Tournament title overall. Add in four runner-up finishes and Coastal has played in the title game 16 of the 23 Big South Tournaments held. Coastal’s Big South Tournament Championships: 1986, 1991, 1992, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Coastal Carolina also won its fifth straight Big South regular-season title, its sixth in seven years and 14th overall. Coastal won a Big South record six straight Big South regular-season titles from 1988-93. Coastal’s Big South Regular-Season Championships: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Gilmore Wins 900

Coastal Carolina head coach Gary Gilmore, in his 22nd year as a head coach, became the 22nd active Division I baseball head coach to amass 900 career wins as the Chanticleers defeated UNC Wilmington, 12-3, on May 17 at Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field. (Ironically, win number one for Gilmore at Coastal was a 9-36 decision over UNCW in Gilmore’s first home game of 1996 (Feb. 14).

La Stella & Rein Get Big South’s Top Honors; Meo & Woodward Honored

Coastal Carolina junior Tommy La Stella and senior Matt Rein were voted the Big South Conference’s Baseball Player and Pitcher of the Year, respectively, by the league’s head coaches. Joining the two in a ceremony during the Royal Purple Big South Baseball Championship were junior Anthony Meo (Cranston, R.I.) and senior Scott Woodward (Markle, Ind.), each of whom were tabbed first team All-Big South with La Stella and Rein. Meo and Woodward each earn first team All-Big South Conference for the third time, while La Stella and Rein earn first team for the second consecutive year. Also, junior catcher Tucker Frawley (Lexington, S.C.) was voted Academic All-Big South by the league’s sports information directors, owning a 3.97 GPA in physics.

Hardwick Named Big South Tourney MVP

Coastal Carolina senior Keith Hardwick was named the Big South Tournament MVP, going 6-for-14 with four RBI. He was 1-for-4 with an RBI in the championship, 3-for-4 with the gamewinning RBI in the ninth versus Liberty, 1-for-4 with two RBI versus Winthrop and 1-for-2 versus Radford. Most notably in the Liberty game, on a pitch out in the seventh inning, he reached out and delivered a single t center, allowing Taylor Motter to reach second and eventually score the tying run. Then, in the ninth after Daniel Bowman had a leadoff single and moved to second on a sac bunt, scored on a walk-off RBI single by Hardwick. Hardwick was joined on the All-Tournament team by Bowman, Motter, Rich Witten, Hayes Orton and Anthony Meo.

Meo Throws No-Hitter at Big South Tourney; Named National Tri-Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball

After throwing the first no-hitter in Big South Tournament history (and throwing one of the six thrown in the NCAA in 2011), Coastal Carolina junior Anthony Meo was named one of three Louisville Slugger National Players of the Week as named by Collegiate Baseball. Meo retired the first 16 batters he faced en route to his first no-hitter, leading the Chants to a 5-0 win over Radford in the Big South Conference tournament. Meo struck out nine and walked one. It was the first no-hitter thrown by Coastal since Cody Wheeler beat Hawaii on the road during the 2009 season.

Meo Closes Season As One of NCAA’s Hottest

Meo may have been the hottest pitcher in the country at season’s end. Since suffering a 6-2 loss at High Point when he gave up 11 hits in 5.1 innings (also snapped a 15-game win streak in Big South games dating back to his freshman season), Meo has had six starts, going 5-0 with a 1.20 ERA. (His only no decision came at Winthrop when he left with a 2-1 lead after 7.2 innings. I was Meo’s only no-decision in Big South action for his career.) MEO’S LAST SIX CAREER STARTS AT CCU Date Opponent IP H R ER BB K W-L Apr. 29 VMI 7.0 6 2 1 1 10 W May 7 Radford 8.0 3 0 0 0 12 W May 13 at WInthrop 7.2 5 1 1 1 6 - May 19 Chaz Southern 7.0 7 3 3 2 8 W May 25 vs. Radford 9.0 0 0 0 1 9 W June 3 vs. Connecticut 6.1 9 1 1 2 7 W TOTALS 45.0 30 7 6 7 52 5-0

Big South Pitcher of the Week Big South Pitcher of the Week; Career-High Ks No decision, left game with 2-1 lead National Player of the Week and 1st ever No-Hitter in Big South Tourney NCAA Clemson Regional 1.20 ERA

Rein Had Scoreless Innings Streak Snapped of 24

Matt Rein played a huge role in Coastal Carolina setting a Big South record with four consecutive shutouts, starting twice over the span. He then threw a complete-game shut out at Winthrop and a scoreless inning in the regular-season finale to give the senior a scoreless

innings streak of 21.1 innings. He took that streak into the Big South Tournament, drawing the start and getting the win over Winthrop in the quarterfinals. However, with one out in the third inning, Winthrop’s Austen Barbar got the first hit off a Coastal pitcher in the tournament with a double. After a sacrifice moved Barber to third, Cam Walters singled to shortstop, plating Barber. That run ended Rein’s scoreless innings streak at 24.0. Rein’s scoreless innings streak began in a loss at High Point on April 23 after giving up a one-out, three-run home run. He went on two get the final two outs in the High Point game before coming out.

Woodward Breaks One Big South Record

- CCU and Big South career leader in runs scored with 251 - Ranks 2nd on CCU and Big South career stolen bases list with 158 (two shy of the records held by CCU’s Ryan McGraw of 160) - Ranks 2nd on the CCU and Big South career walks list with 173 (six shy of the records held by CCU’s Ryan McGraw of 179) - Is the CCU and Big South all-time leader, as well as ranking 4th on the NCAA all-time list, in hit by pitches (83)

La Stella Named Dick Howser Trophy Semifinalist

Tommy La Stella has been named one of 36 semifinalist for the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Dick Howser Trophy, given to the top player in collegiate baseball. La Stella is the third Dick Howser Trophy semifinalist coached by Coastal Carolina’s Gary Gilmore. Mike Costanzo was one of 16 finalists in 2005, while teammate Anthony Meo was one of 25 finalists a year ago

And They’re Off; CCU Ties Team Stolen Base Record

In game one of the Charleston Southern series, Coastal Carolina tied a school record by stealing nine bases on the night, equaling a feat previously done at Radford on April 21, 2002. Leading the way was Scott Woodward with three as Rich Witten and Taylor Motter each stole two while Hayes Orton and Tucker Frawley each stole one. Two games later, in the 2011 regular-season finale, Coastal stole seven bases, including Motter with a career-high four. Daniel Bowman added two and Woodward one.

Coastal Sets Shutout Record; Throws 43 Scoreless

Coastal Carolina set a school and Big South record by throwing four straight shutouts (VMI one game and Radford for three in a weekend series.) Thanks to that and scoreless innings on either side of the shutouts, Coastal Carolina did not allow a run over 43 consecutive innings spanning six games (Coastal did not allow a run in the ninth inning of the second VMI game, shutout VMI in game three, shutout Radford in three games this weekend and went 5.2 scoreless in the first Winthrop game). The shutout streak was in jeopardy three times this week. First, in game two Saturday, Josh Conway allowed the first two batters of the game to reach via singles and had runners on the corners before striking out the side. Then in the ninth, Jackson Geary allowed a leadoff single and double, putting runners on second and third with no outs, before getting a strike out and pop out. Geary would load the bases after hitting a batter put struck out the final batter looking to end the game. On Sunday, Rein allowed a leadoff single in the fifth, followed by a walk. After getting two outs, Rein walked the bases loaded before getting ground out, thanks to a good play by Taylor Motter on a slow chopper up the middle.

Tucker Frawley Named Academic All-Region 3

Junior catcher Tucker Frawley was named second team Capital One Academic All-District 3 Baseball Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The Lexington, S.C., native carries a 3.97 cumulative grade point average and is majoring in physics. The junior has only made one “B” in his collegiate career, that coming as a freshman. He has posted a perfect 4.0 GPA in six of his first seven semesters at Coastal Carolina, making President’s List six times and Dean’s List once.

Gilmore Recognized By His Peers

CollegeBaseballInsider.com co-founders Sean Ryan and Phil Stanton conducted a survey of collegiate baseball coaches, and among the many results, it was determined that Coastal Carolina head coach Gary Gilmore is recognized by his peers as one of the best in the business. When asked, “The best head coach in the non-BCS conferences is,” Gilmore’s name by far topped the list with 28 of 102 votes, or 27 percent. He was followed by TCU skipper Jim Schlossnagle (12 votes), Rice’s Wayne Graham (nine votes), Oral Robert’s Rob Walton (eight votes), Cal State Fullerton’s Dave Serrano (five votes) and 29 other coaches that received less than five votes.

CCU Baseball Sets Attendance Record

Coastal Carolina packed 1,373 people into Watson Stadium for the 2011 season-opening win versus Boston College. That number would have been greater, but there simply was no more room. That being said, the crowd of 1,373 was a Watson Stadium record for a regular-season game. (Coastal has had larger crowds at Watson Stadium during the 2008 NCAA Regional, but additional bleachers were brought in.) Coastal Carolina had standing-room only crowds for all four games, averaging 1,182 per game. The Chants ranked 36th in the nation per game attendance and ranked 34th nationally in total fans for the weekend (3,621) —not including fans that attended other games during the opening weekend tournament which required separate tickets.

29


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 011 S eason Results

Game Date Opponent Score % Feb 18, 2011 BOSTON COLLEGE W 9-6 % Feb 19, 2011 TENNESSEE TECH W 6-2 % Feb 20, 2011 INDIANA 1-2 L % Feb 20, 2011 VIRGINIA TECH W 6-5 ^ Feb 24, 2011 KANSAS STATE 4-5 L ^ Feb 25, 2011 #17 CALIFORNIA 0-17 L ^ Feb 26, 2011 WESTERN KENTUCKY W 6-1 ^ Feb 27, 2011 NORTH CAROLINA STATE 3-12 L Mar 02, 2011 at #18 College of Charleston W 12-3 & Mar 04, 2011 BALL STATE W 11-1 & Mar 05, 2011 MARSHALL W 4-2 & Mar 07, 2011 BALL STATE W 10-2 Mar 09, 2001 WAKE FOREST W 10-2 ! Mar 11, 2011 KENT STATE 0-2 L ! Mar 12, 2011 NOTRE DAME W 4-3 ! Mar. 13, 2011 UAB (at BB&T Coastal Field) W 5-4 Mar. 15, 2011 at San Diego W 8-3 Mar. 16, 2011 at San Diego W 6-0 Mar. 18, 2011 at Pepperdine 1-2 L Mar. 19, 2011 at Pepperdine (GM 1 of DH) 1-2 L Mar. 19, 2011 at Pepperdine (GM 2 of DH) 1-7 L Mar. 23, 2011 at The Citadel W 6-5 * Mar. 25, 2011 at UNC Asheville W 13-2 * Mar. 26, 2011 at UNC Asheville 2-3 L * Mar. 27, 2011 at UNC Asheville 6-7 L * Apr 01, 2011 LIBERTY W 17-1 * Apr 02, 2011 LIBERTY W 5-4 * Apr 03, 2011 LIBERTY W 5-4 Apr. 05, 2011 at #26 Clemson 4-5 L * Apr. 08, 2011 at Presbyterian W 7-1 * Apr. 09, 2011 at Presbyterian W 15-3 * Apr. 10, 2011 at Presbyterian W 5-2 Apr. 13, 2011 at #1 Virginia 7-8 L * Apr. 15, 2011 GARDNER-WEBB W 7-4 * Apr. 16, 2011 GARDNER-WEBB W 8-3 * Apr. 17, 2011 GARDNER-WEBB W 14-7 Apr. 19, 2011 at #10 North Carolina 3-8 L Apr. 20, 2011 THE CITADEL W 7-4 * Apr. 22, 2011 at High Point 2-6 L * Apr. 23, 2011 at High Point (GM1 of DH) 3-9 L * Apr. 23, 2011 at High Point (GM2 of DH) W 11-2 Apr. 26, 2011 at UNC Wilmington W 11-4 * Apr. 29, 2011 VMI W 8-2 * Apr. 30, 2011 VMI W 4-2 * May 01, 2011 VMI W 5-0 * May 07, 2011 RADFORD (GM1 of DH) W 8-0 * May 07, 2011 RADFORD (GM2 of DH) W 15-0 * May 08, 2011 RADFORD W 10-0 * May 13, 2011 at Winthrop 2-3 L • May 14, 2011 at Winthrop 5-6 L * May 15, 2011 at Winthrop W 5-0 May 17, 2011 UNC WILMINGTON W 12-3 * May 19, 2011 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN W 9-3 * May 20, 2011 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 3-4 L * May 21, 2011 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN W 10-5 # May 25, 2011 vs. #6 seed Radford W 5-0 # May 26, 2011 vs. #4 seed Winthrop W 10-6 # May 27, 2011 vs. #2 seed Liberty W 3-2 # May 28, 2011 vs. #5 seed Gardner-Webb W 6-1 $ June 03, 2011 vs. #2 seed #16 Connecticut W 13-1 $ June 04, 2011 vs. #1 seed #9 Clemson 7-12 L $ June 05, 2001 vs. #2 seed #16 Connecticut 6-12 L

30

BOLD = Home Games * = Big South Conference game % = Caravelle Resort Tournament & = Caravelle Resort Invitational

R-H-E 9-11-0 6-8-1 1-6-3 6-6-1 4-6-4 0-3-0 6-7-1 3-5-3 12-10-0 11-10-1 4-6-2 10-13-2 10-9-2 0-4-1 4-5-1 5-10-1 8-12-1 6-11-1 1-4-2 1-5-1 1-6-2 6-8-1 13-12-2 2-10-0 6-13-1 17-16-2 5-10-0 5-10-0 4-8-0 7-11-1 15-20-1 5-10-1 7-12-1 7-11-0 8-10-0 14-11-1 3-10-1 7-11-1 2-6-1 3-7-2 11-13-3 11-14-0 8-10-1 4-7-1 5-9-1 8 -7-0 15-21-1 10-12-1 2-5-1 5-8-1 5-11-1 12-17-1 9-10-0 3-7-3 10-10-1 5-5-2 10-10-1 3-8-0 6-6-0 13-18-1 7-12-1 6-7-4

R-H-E 6-6-1 2-8-1 2-11-2 5-8-3 5-4-0 17-18-1 1-8-3 12-16-2 3-5-2 1-3-3 2-2-1 2-2-2 2-3-2 2-7-0 3-7-0 3-12-1 3-7-2 0-3-3 2-10-1 2-3-0 7-12-0 5-6-0 2-7-4 3-5-0 7-17-1 1-4-3 4-7-0 4-9-2 5-12-0 1-8-2 3-9-3 2-8-3 8-16-1 4-11-0 3-8-2 7-9-3 8-9-2 4-10-2 6-11-2 9-13-1 2-2-0 4-6-2 2-6-2 2-8-1 0-5-0 0-3-2 0-5-2 0-4-5 3-7-1 6-11-0 0-3-0 3-7-2 3-7-2 4-10-0 5-9-3 0-0-0 6-10-1 2-7-1 1-8-2 1-9-1 12-14-2 12-15-2

() extra inning game # = 2011 Big South Royal Purple Baseball Championship (Lexington, Va./VMI) ^ = Caravelle Resort’s Baseball at the Beach (BB&T Coastal Field) ! = Caravelle Resort Classic

Inns 9 9 (16) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 9 (12) 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) (13) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Overall 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 9-5 10-5 11-5 12-5 13-5 13-6 13-7 13-8 14-8 15-8 15-9 15-10 16-10 17-10 18-10 18-11 19-11 20-11 21-11 21-12 22-12 23-12 24-12 24-13 25-13 25-14 25-15 26-15 27-15 28-15 29-15 30-15 31-15 32-15 33-15 33-16 33-17 34-17 35-17 36-17 36-18 37-18 38-18 39-18 40-18 41-18 42-18 42-19 42-20

Big South Pitcher of Record 0-0 Coons (W 1-0) 0-0 Rein (W 1-0) 0-0 Rein (L 1-1) 0-0 Conway (W 1-0) 0-0 Coons (L 1-1) 0-0 Meo (L 0-1) 0-0 del Pino (W 1-0) 0-0 Birmingham (L 0-1) 0-0 Conway (W 2-0) 0-0 Meo (W 1-1) 0-0 del Pino (W 2-0) 0-0 Birmingham (1-1) 0-0 Conway (3-0) 0-0 Meo (1-2) 0-0 del Pino (3-0) 0-0 Birmingham (2-1) 0-0 Rein (2-1) 0-0 Conway (4-0) 0-0 Laney (0-1) 0-0 Birmingham (2-2) 0-0 del Pino (3-1) 0-0 Hessler (1-0) 1-0 Meo (2-2) 1-1 Coons (1-2) 1-2 Burke (0-1) 2- 2 Meo (W 3-2) 3- 2 Rein (W 3-1) 4- 2 Laney (W 1-1) 4-2 Coons (1-3) 5-2 Meo (4-2) 6-2 Rein (4-1) 7-2 Coons (2-3) 7-2 Conway (4-1) 8-2 Meo (5-2) 9-2 Rein (5-1) 10-2 Laney (2-1) 10-2 Hessler (1-1) 10-2 Coons (3-3) 10-3 Meo (5-3) 10-4 Rein (5-2) 11-4 Conway (5-1) 11-4 Coons (4-3) 12-4 Meo (6-3) 13-4 Conway (6-1) 14-4 Rein (6-2) 15-4 Meo (W 7-3) 16-4 Conway (W 7-1) 17-4 Rein (W 7-2) 17-5 Hessler (1-2) 17-6 Burke (0-2) 18-6 Rein (8-2) 18-6 Birmingham (3-2) 19-6 Meo (W, 8-3) 19-7 Connolly (L, 0-1) 20-7 Hessler (W, 2-2) 20-7 Meo (W, 9-3) 20-7 Rein (W, 9-2) 20-7 Conway (8-1) 20-7 Coons (5-3) 20-7 Meo (10-3) 20-7 Hessler (2-3) 20-7 Conway (8-2)

$ = 2011 NCAA Clemson Regional (Clemson, S.C.)

Attend 1373 1139 1109 1109 563 594 758 1085 412 821 916 752 523 851 1107 536 119 114 352 — 297 1110 345 211 330 835 897 917 3450 207 247 213 2739 901 741 989 1897 1016 302 — 509 418 764 803 675 — 713 586 578 529 571 644 789 807 755 462 315 340 413 2830 5408 2553

Time 3:18 2:32 4:31 2:49 2:48 2:55 2:30 2:51 3:15 2:38 2:46 3:05 2:52 2:18 1:53 2:26 2:57 2:36 3:20 2:17 2:43 2:34 2:33 2:31 3:48 2:29 2:37 2:37 2:58 2:21 2:53 2:56 3:19 3:06 2:42 3:06 2:59 2:12 2:48 2:44 2:41 2:58 2:36 2:15 2:16 2:12 3:04 2:33 2:59 3:56 3:10 3:03 2:35 2:49 2:31 2:03 2:45 2:01 2:16 3:00 3:04 2:49


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l 2 011 Season S t atis tics

Record: 42-20 — Home: 26-6 • Away:11-13 • Neutral: 5-1 — Big South 20-7 Player 11 La STELLA, Tommy 10 WOODWARD, Scott 21 WITTEN, Rich 5 ORTON, Hayes 7 MOTTER, Taylor 26 BOWMAN, Daniel 17 HARDWICK, Keith 8 FRAWLEY, Tucker 24 MARTIN, Tripp 1 MAY, Jacob ------------- 12 YOUNG, T.J. 30 FIDANZA, John 16 CONWAY, Josh 44 LOPES, Zach 3 McALLISTER, K.J. 18 REIN, Matt CHANTICLEERS Opponents

AVG .398 .342 .300 .294 .288 .277 .272 .234 .207 .206

GP 61 55 61 62 62 59 47 41 41 44

GS 61 55 60 62 61 59 39 40 31 38

AB 231 193 233 238 212 242 151 128 111 141

R 59 57 48 46 43 47 20 19 22 21

H 92 66 70 70 61 67 41 30 23 29

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 15 4 14 70 157 .680 17 1 4 37 97 .503 18 1 6 51 108 .464 17 3 2 32 99 .416 13 2 4 30 90 .425 14 3 12 59 123 .508 10 0 5 25 66 .437 5 0 1 15 38 .297 8 0 2 13 37 .333 6 3 0 13 41 .291

.259 .231 .176 .152 .045 .000 .281 .234

18 32 23 22 16 1 62 62

4 27 3 7 1 0 0 3 8 19 65 10 15 3 0 0 9 18 18 74 11 13 1 1 1 5 19 6 33 2 5 1 0 0 2 6 5 22 4 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62 2102 412 590 129 19 51 367 910 62 2101 236 491 90 11 27 207 684

BB HBP SO 32 7 18 35 22 58 24 8 28 18 10 29 46 1 40 18 6 43 9 10 34 12 8 27 10 2 41 12 4 24

.296 4 .277 10 .257 2 .182 4 .136 4 .000 0 .433 240 .326 193

0 10 3 26 4 18 2 15 0 1 0 1 87 413 50 478

OB% SF SH SB ATT .476 5 6 7 11 .480 6 8 31 35 .381 3 6 8 9 .367 1 19 9 12 .412 3 6 21 23 .340 2 4 11 13 .349 2 3 2 2 .333 2 5 1 1 .285 0 9 2 2 .285 1 9 5 5

PO A E FLD% 105 184 7 .976 63 38 4 .962 564 37 11 .982 121 4 5 .962 101 183 15 .950 111 4 1 .991 59 5 0 1.000 236 45 3 .989 16 27 8 .843 57 5 2 .969

.355 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 .500 .350 2 3 2 2 197 22 1 .995 .238 0 1 1 1 21 36 5 .919 .275 1 1 0 0 11 25 1 .973 .192 0 1 1 1 7 10 3 .850 .000 0 0 0 0 3 18 0 1.000 .373 28 81 102 118 1702 714 71 .971 .312 12 44 47 75 1644 599 94 .960

LOB - Team (482), Opp (462). DPs turned - Team (47), Opp (43). IBB - Team (9), La STELLA 5, WOODWARD, S. 1, ORTON, H. 1, BOWMAN, D. 1, MOTTER, T. 1, Opp (9). Picked off - ORTON, H. 5, MOTTER, T. 2, WOODWARD, S. 2, BOWMAN, D. 2, HARDWICK, K. 1. Player ERA 18 REIN, Matt 2.07 13 MEO, Anthony 2.16 16 CONWAY, Josh 2.69 ------------- 25 COONS, Jordan 1.38 38 CONNOLLY, Ryan 2.79 2 BURKE, Aaron 3.15 34 BIRMINGHAM, Jim 3.62 40 LANEY, Matt 3.68 33 HESSLER, Keith 3.80 27 HERB, Tyler 4.33 29 COUGHLIN, Jimmy 5.14 19 del PINO, Stefan 5.26 31 CUEVAS, Caleb 7.71 20 GEARY, Jackson 9.64 36 MULLINS, David 99.00 CHANTICLEERS 2.97 Opponents 5.75

W 9 10 8

L 2 3 2

APP GS 18 9 16 16 20 12

CG 1 1 0

5 3 0 1 0 2 3 2 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 20 20 42

23 3 32 0 28 0 20 10 20 0 26 5 17 2 8 0 10 5 3 0 5 0 1 0 62 62 62 62

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

SHO 1 1 0

CBO 2 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 2

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

SV IP 1 74.0 0 108.1 3 77.0

H 56 91 70

R 22 31 28

ER BB SO 17 15 44 26 31 115 23 23 70

2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 7 1 6 268 .209 3 4 0 2 7 20 0 5 399 .228 4 5 1 0 7 7 1 4 291 .241 7 5 0 1 5

2 45.2 36 10 7 13 28 11 0 0 163 .221 1 3 42.0 38 15 13 13 36 8 2 3 157 .242 0 0 34.1 26 17 12 11 26 5 2 0 125 .208 1 0 54.2 42 26 22 26 42 6 2 3 191 .220 5 0 22.0 20 16 9 12 25 3 0 2 85 .235 2 0 42.2 36 23 18 23 36 7 1 0 154 .234 3 0 27.0 32 18 13 9 24 5 0 2 115 .278 3 0 7.0 7 5 4 4 6 2 2 0 29 .241 1 0 25.2 28 17 15 10 17 5 0 1 95 .295 3 0 2.1 3 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 10 .300 0 0 4.2 5 5 5 2 7 2 0 1 18 .278 0 0 0.0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1.000 0 9 567.1 491 236 187 193 478 90 11 27 2101 .234 33 4 548.0 590 412 350 240 413 129 19 51 2102 .281 45

6 1 1 5 0 2 6 0 0 5 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 50 2 12 87 10 28

2 5 4 5 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 0 44 81

PB - Team (16), FRAWLEY, T. 8, FIDANZA, J. 6, WITTEN, R. 2, Opp (12). Pickoffs - Team (7), FRAWLEY, T. 2, REIN, M. 2, CONWAY, J. 1, LANEY, M. 1, MEO, A. 1, Opp (12). SBA/ ATT - FRAWLEY, T. (24-37), FIDANZA, J. (13-18), CONWAY, J. (11-13), WITTEN, R. (10-12), REIN, M. (5-11), MEO, A. (8-9), BIRMINGHAM (4-8), del PINO, S. (4-8), HESSLER, K. (4-6), COONS, J. (1-6), HERB, T. (3-4), CONNOLLY, R. (1-3), BURKE, A. (3-3), LANEY, M. (1-2), CUEVAS, C. (1-1), COUGHLIN, J. (1-1). Player...................................................... C 17 HARDWICK, Keith.......................... 64 13 MEO, Anthony................................ 29 18 REIN, Matt...................................... 21 2 BURKE, Aaron................................ 13 38 CONNOLLY, Ryan.......................... 10 19 del PINO, Stefan............................... 7 40 LANEY, Matt..................................... 3 27 HERB, Tyler...................................... 3 20 GEARY, Jackson............................... 1 29 COUGHLIN, Jimmy........................... 1 30 FIDANZA, John............................. 220 26 BOWMAN, Daniel......................... 116 8 FRAWLEY, Tucker........................ 284 21 WITTEN, Rich............................... 612 11 La STELLA, Tommy..................... 296 44 LOPES, Zach.................................. 37 1 MAY, Jacob.................................... 64 10 WOODWARD, Scott...................... 105 5 ORTON, Hayes............................. 130 7 MOTTER, Taylor........................... 299 34 BIRMINGHAM, Jim........................ 15 16 CONWAY, Josh.............................. 62 25 COONS, Jordan.............................. 12 3 McALLISTER, K.J........................... 20 24 MARTIN, Tripp............................... 51 33 HESSLER, Keith............................. 10 12 YOUNG, T.J...................................... 2 31 CUEVAS, Caleb................................. 0 36 MULLINS, David.............................. 0 CHANTICLEERS.......................... 2487 Opponents.................................. 2337

PO 59 11 3 5 1 2 0 3 0 0 197 111 236 564 105 11 57 63 121 101 1 21 5 7 16 1 1 0 0 1702 1644

A 5 18 18 8 9 5 3 0 1 1 22 4 45 37 184 25 5 38 4 183 13 36 6 10 27 7 0 0 0 714 599

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 11 7 1 2 4 5 15 1 5 1 3 8 2 1 0 0 71 94

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .995 .991 .989 .982 .976 .973 .969 .962 .962 .950 .933 .919 .917 .850 .843 .800 .500 .000 .000 .971 .960

DPs 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 36 34 3 1 0 2 36 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 47 43

SBA CSB 0 0 8 1 5 6 3 0 1 2 4 4 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 13 5 0 0 24 13 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 11 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 47 28 102 16

SBA% - .889 .455 1.000 .333 .500 .500 .750 - 1.000 .722 - .649 .833 - - - - - - .500 .846 .167 - - .667 - 1.000 - .627 .864

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 12

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

31


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l M i s c ellaneous Record s

THE LAST TIME...

Coastal In the Polls

Coastal Threw a No-Hitter:

2005

• Anthony Meo (9.0, 1 BB, 9 K)................................vs Radford, 05-25-11

BA Preseason - Feb. 7 - Feb. 14 - Feb. 21 - Feb. 28 - Mar. 7 - Mar. 14 - Mar. 21 - Mar. 28 - Apr. 4 - Apr. 11 - Apr. 18 - Apr. 25 - May 2 - May 9 - May 16 23 May 23 21 May 30 25 FINAL 23

Coastal Was No-Hit:

• Derek Duclos (6.0, 4 BB, 6 K)..............................by Richmond, 02-29-04 and Matt McLoughlin (3.0, 1 BB, 5 K) @BB&T Coastal

Coastal Threw a Complete Game (also a CG Shutout):

• Anthony Meo (9.0, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 9 K)...................vs. Radford, 05-25-11

Coastal Hit a Walk-Off HR (also a PH HR):

• Tripp Martin (1 on, 2 out, 9th).......................... Virginia Tech, 02-20-11

Coastal Was Beat by a Walk-Off HR:

• Jeff Schaus (Grand Slam, 2 out, 9th).....................by Clemson, 04-21-09

Coastal Hit a Grand Slam:

• Rich Witten (4th inning)......................................... Radford, 05-08-11

Coastal was Shutout:

CB BW USA 34 ARV ARV - ARV - ARV - ARV ARV 23 31 ARV 25 26 ARV 28 28 ARV 25 21 ARV 25 23 ARV - 26 ARV - 26 ARV - 25 ARV 28 22 ARV - 25 ARV - 25 ARV 23 24 ARV 24 24 ARV 24 NA NA 25 NA NA

2009

BA Preseason - Feb. 23 - Mar. 2 20 Mar. 9 17 Mar. 16 15 Mar. 23 18 Mar. 30 - Apr. 6 24 Apr. 13 20 Apr. 20 - Apr. 27 - May 4 - May 11 - May 18 - May 25 24 June 2 - FINAL -

CB BW USA R 28 22 24 18 18 - 16 14 15 24 14 12 13 20 13 11 10 17 21 15 15 20 - 22 19 25 19 19 19 25 18 14 15 21 23 19 19 - 22 25 - 23 24 - 22 23 26 18 19 20 15 16 30 21 - 30 21 23 -

• Lost 0-2.............................................................Kent State, 03-13-11

2010

Coastal Player Hit for the Cycle:

• Tommy La Stella.............................. at Charleston Southern , 03-30-10 (4-6, 2B, BB, K, 1B, F9, 3B, HR-Grand Slam) — CCU W, 29-13

Coastal Turned a Triple Play:

• L4-3 • Rico Noel and David Anderson...................... Ball State, 03-08-08

Coastal Hit an Inside-the-Park Home Run:

• Rico Noel (three-run HR to CF).......................... Presbyterian, 04-02-10

Coastal Hit Back-to-Back Home Runs:

2006

— Was not ranked —

Coastal Carolina players celebrate Anthony Meo’s No-Hitter, which was the first no-no thrown in Big South Tournament history.

• Rich Witten & Tommy La Stella (9th inning)............ vs. UConn, 06-02-11

Coastal’s Longest Hitting Streak on Record:

• 20 — by Mike Cosstanzo............................................................ 2005

Coastal Stole Home:

• Rico Noel (3rd inning)........................................at Winthrop, 03-20-09

Coastal Scored 10-plus Runs in an Inning:

• 10 (4th inning)............................................ vs. Stony Brook, 06-06-10

A Coastal Player Had In a Game.... • 7 At Bats: Daniel Bowman..........................Indiana, 02-20-11 • 5 Runs Scored: Rico Noel...... at Charleston Southern, 03-20-10

2007

BA Preseason - Feb. 5 - Feb. 12 - Feb. 19 - Feb. 26 22 Mar. 5 17 Mar. 12 15 Mar. 19 15 Mar. 26 15 Apr. 2 14 Apr. 9 19 Apr. 16 21 Apr. 23 21 Apr. 30 21 May 7 20 May 14 17 May 21 14 May 28 10 June 5 17 FINAL 20

CB BW USA - - - NA NA - ARV NA 30 30 NA 26 26 29 24 25 26 26 20 20 20 17 19 19 17 19 18 16 23 20 19 - 21 20 - 20 19 - 19 18 29 17 15 27 16 15 18 11 14 12 10 12 24 15 NA 24 19 23

• 5 Hits in a Game: Hayes Orton................... vs. UConn, 06-03-11 • 7 RBI: Tommy La Stella........ at Charleston Southern, 03-20-10

2008

• 3 Doubles: Hayes Orton............................ vs. UConn, 06-03-11 • 2 Triples: Taylor Motter........................at San Diego, 03-16-11 • 3 Home Runs: David Sappelt................... at Radford, 05-17-10 • 4 Walks: K.J. McAllister....................... Virginia Tech, 02-20-11 • 3 Hit By Pitches: Tucker Frawley................ vs. UConn, 06-03-11 • 4 Stolen Bases: Taylor Motter... Charleston Southern, 05-21-11 • 12 Strike outs: Anthony Meo............... Radford GM1, 05-07-11 • 6 Strike outs Looking: Austin Fleet...B’ham Southern, 04-15-06 • 16 Putouts: Rich Witten.................. __at High Point, 04-22-11 • 9 Assists: Aaron Verrett...........................High Point, 05-24-06

32

Rich Witten is the last Chanticleer to hit a Grand Slam, doing so in the fourth inning in a win over Radford in 2011. The last player to hit a Grand Slam before’s Witten’s blast was Rich Witten at the 2010 NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional championship.

BA Preseason - Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 - Mar. 10 - Mar. 17 21 Mar. 24 22 Mar. 31 24 Apr. 7 24 Apr. 14 22 Apr. 21 20 Apr. 28 20 May 5 24 May 12 23 May 19 22 May 26 17 June 3 12 FINAL 16

CB BW USA R 37 30 ARV - 26 - - 24 - 30 20 - 27 18 21 ARV 29 18 20 ARV 30 21 22 ARV - 21 22 ARV 27 19 20 24 21 15 18 21 24 15 15 21 26 17 18 25 26 14 14 25 27 13 16 25 21 10 15 21 12 9 NA NA 16 13 16 NA

BA Preseason 12 Feb. 22 12 Mar. 1 7 Mar. 8 8 Mar. 15 8 Mar. 22 10 Mar. 29 14 Apr. 5 13 Apr. 12 12 Apr. 19 12 May 3 7 May 10 6 May 17 5 May 24 5 May 31 5 FINAL 12

CB BW USA R 17 17 19 16 21 19 - 16 7 13 10 14 7 12 10 13 8 12 12 12 11 14 13 13 15 17 15 17 14 13 13 15 9 11 10 13 7 9 8 13 5 5 4 11 4 5 4 11 4 4 4 8 5 5 4 6 3 3 4 6 11 11 11 12

2011

BA CB BW USA Preseason - 24 18 20 Feb. 22 - 24 17 NA Feb. 28 - - 27 ARV Mar. 8 - - 24 ARV Mar. 14 - - 23 ARV Mar. 21 - - 29 ARV Mar. 28 - - ARV Apr. 4 - - ARV Apr. 11 - - ARV ARV Apr. 18 - 27 ARV ARV Apr. 25 - - ARV ARV May 2 - 30 29 ARV May 9 - 24 28 ARV May 16 - 26 ARV ARV May 23 - 24 ARV ARV May 30 - 21 29 ARV June 7 NA 27 NA NA June 13 NA 27 ARV NA BA — Baseball America CB — Collegiate Baseball BW — National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association USA — USA Today/Coaches R/PG — Rivals.com/Perfect Game USA

Coastal Carolina was ranked for 73 consecutive rankings periods, starting from Feb. 19, 2007 and lasting until Mar. 21, 2011.


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l All-T i me S eries Record s

Team Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Albany Albany State Alderson-Broaddus Allegheny Allen Anderson, (IN) Appalachian State Arizona State Arkansas Armstrong State Atlantic Christian Augusta State Austin Peay Azusa Pacific (CA) Ball State Barton Benedict Bethune-Cookman Birmingham Southern Boston College Bowling Green Brockport State Brown Buffalo Callifornia Cal Irvine Campbell Central Connecticut State Central Florida Charleston Southern Cincinnati The Citadel Clemson Coker College of Charleston Columbia Connecticut Creighton Cumberland (KY) Dallas Baptist Davidson Delaware Delaware State Detroit Drexel East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Connecticut Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Eckerd Elon Erskine Evansville Florida Florida State Fordham Francis Marion Frostburg State Furman Gannon (PA) Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgetown (KY) Georgia

Rec. 1-0 2-2 5-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 14-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 2-1 10-9-1 3-0 22-7 5-1 0-1 9-0 3-2 5-0 1-0 11-6 1-0 2-1 1-0 9-0 3-1 0-1 2-0 28-13 1-1 2-1 62-27 1-1 40-30 7-40 1-0 15-14 1-0 1-1 2-0 3-0 1-0 5-4 13-2 5-0 2-0 5-0 7-5 5-2 1-0 1-1 3-1 0-1 22-10 14-4 1-0 0-1 0-11 1-0 30-6 2-0 8-4 2-0 10-0 24-7 5-1 3-1 0-3

Streak W-1 W-1 W-5 W-1 W-4 W-1 W-14 W-1 W-1 L-2 L-1 L-2 W-3 L-1 W-4 L-1 W-9 W-1 W-5 W-1 W-1 W-1 W-2 W-1 W-9 W-3 L-1 W-2 W-4 L-1 W-2 W-1 W-1 W-8 L-2 W-1 W-3 W-1 L-1 W-2 W-3 W-1 L-2 W-11 W-5 W-2 W-5 W-2 W-2 W-1 W-1 W-3 L-1 W-4 W-4 W-1 L-1 L-11 W- 1 W-5 W-2 L-2 W-2 W-10 W-2 W-2 W-2 L-3

Last 2008 2011 2009 1988 1979 1978 1985 1984 2002 2005 1983 1987 1990 1994 1982 1984 2011 1991 1980 2007 2006 2011 1992 1977 2003 2002 2011 2010 2006 1998 1990 2011 1977 2011 2011 1976 2011 2008 2011 2009 1980 1984 1992 2004 2004 2001 1998 2008 2001 1976 1999 2007 1976 2009 1986 2004 1994 1996 2000 1991 1983 2006 1983 2011 2008 1999 1984 2002

Team Rec. Streak Last Georgia College 0-1 L-1 1980 Georgia Southern 12-13 W-6 2007 Georgia Tech 4-15 L-1 2008 Glenville State 7-0 W-7 1980 Hawai’i 2-4 L-3 2009 High Point 37-10 W-1 2011 Hiram 5-0 W-5 1984 Hobart (NY) 4-0 W-4 1983 Howard 1-0 W-1 1988 Illinois 1-1 W-1 2010 Illinois-Chicago 2-0 W-2 1996 Indiana 0-1 L-1 2011 IPFW 2-0 W-2 2009 Iowa First Meeting Jacksonville 0-3 L-3 1979 James Madison 6-5 W-1 2010 Kansas 1-1 L-1 2009 Kansas State 0-1 L-1 2011 Kansas-Newman 0-1 L-1 1983 Kent State 7-16 L-1 2011 Kentucky 4-2 L-1 2010 Kentucky State 1-0 W-1 1982 Le Moyne 4-6 L-1 1998 Lewis (IL) 2-2 L-1 1980 Lewis-Clark State (ID) 0-2 L-2 1982 Liberty 49-27 W-14 2011 Limestone 2-0 W-2 1993 Lipscomb (TN) 1-0 W-1 1980 Louisville 5-1 W-2 1991 Lubbock Christian 0-1 L-1 1983 Maine 0-1 L-1 1991 Marist 1-0 W-1 2007 Mars Hill 1-0 W-1 1976 Marshall 4-2 W-2 2011 Maryland 8-3 W-2 2008 Maryland-Baltimore County 18-4 W-7 2001 Mercer 1-0 W-1 1991 Methodist 3-3 W-1 1987 Miami (FL) 0-11 L-11 2004 Miami (OH) 0-2 L-2 1976 Michigan 3-2 W-3 2010 Michigan State 1-0 W-1 2003 Missouri 0-2 L-2 2004 Missouri State 0-1 L-1 2003 Morris 16-2 W-11 1985 Mount St. Mary’s 2-0 W-2 1996 Mt. Olive 2-0 W-2 1992 Nebraska 2-0 W-2 2007 Nevada-Las Vegas 2-0 W-2 2005 New York Tech 2-1 W- 1 2000 Newberry 19-6 W-6 1988 North Adams State 15-2 L-1 1987 North Carolina 15-38 L-1 2011 North Carolina A&T 2-0 W-2 1999 North Carolina State 9-11 L-1 2011 UNC Asheville 66-16 L-2 2011 UNC Charlotte 11-11 W-2 1994 UNC Greensboro 2-10 L-9 1997 UNC Wilmington 51-28 W-6 2011 North Carolina Wesleyan 2-2 W-2 1992 North Florida 1-0 W-1 2007 Northwestern 1-3 L-2 1995 Notre Dame 2-0 W-2 2011 Ohio 9-5 L-1 1999 Ohio State 1-0 W-1 2004 Old Dominion 2-4 W-1 2007 Oklahoma State 0-3 L-3 1983 Oswego State 3-0 W-3 1987

Team Pembroke State Pepperdine Pfeiffer Philadelphia Pharm Pittsburgh Pitt-Johnstown Point Park (IL) Presbyterian Princeton Purdue Radford Rhode Island Rider Richmond Sacred Heart Salisbury State San Diego Savannah State Seton Hall Siena Shepherd (WV) South Carolina USC Aiken USC Upstate South Alabama South Florida Southern Illinois SIU-Edwardsville Southern Maine Southwestern (TX) Spring Garden St. Andrews St. Augustine’s (NC) St. Francis (IL) St. John’s St. Leo St. Xavier (IL) Stony Brook Tampa Tennessee Tennessee Tech TCU Texas-Pan American Toledo Towson State Troy Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech VMI Voorhees Wake Forest West Field State West Liberty State West Virginia West Virginia State Western Carolina Western Kentucky Western Michigan Westminster (PA) William & Mary Wingate Winthrop Wofford Wright State Xavier Yale Youngstown State

Rec. 1-0 2-4 2-0 3-0 4-2 1-0 1-1 10-1 8-3 2-1 58-20 1-0 2-0 3-3 1-2 0-2 3-2 6-1 2-0 1-0 2-0 5-12 24-6 1-1 2-3 0-2 1-0 2-0 12-2 0-1 2-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 4-2 0-2 0-1 4-0 0-2 2-3 2-1 1-0 4-2 3-0 5-9 1-2 4-3 3-0 6-1 24-4 16-0 15-13 4-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 7-1 3-0 0-1 5-0 6-3 1-1 68-46 13-3 2-0 1-1 3-0 7-0

Streak W-1 L-4 W-2 W-3 W-2 W-1 W-1 W-7 W-2 L- 1 W-7 W-1 W-2 L-1 L-2 L-2 W-2 W-5 W-2 W-1 W-2 L-4 W-3 W-1 L-2 L-2 W-1 W-2 L-1 L-1 W-2 W-1 W-2 L-1 W-3 L-2 L-1 W-4 L-2 W-2 W-1 W-1 W-1 W-3 L-2 L-2 L-2 W-3 W-5 W-13 W-16 W-5 W-4 W-6 W-4 W-3 W-7 W-3 L-1 W-5 W-2 L-1 W-2 L-2 W-2 L-1 W-3 W-7

Last 1977 2011 1986 1983 2010 1988 1980 2011 2001 2002 2011 2007 2005 2004 1982 1978 2011 2006 2004 2005 1980 2010 1996 2009 2006 1991 2009 1977 1985 1984 1982 1994 1984 1978 2007 1976 1982 2010 1995 2009 2011 2007 2006 2010 1996 2007 2011 2007 2011 2011 1985 2011 1980 1981 2010 1983 2008 2011 1988 1990 2004 1998 2011 1985 1997 1991 1988 1998

33


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C hanti c leer National Honor s

National Player of the Year

Kevin Schnall

1999

Finalist: Rotary Smith Player of the Year

Mike Costanzo

2005

1 of 16 Finalists: Dick Howser Trophy

Chris Raber

2007

Semifinalist: Golden Spikes Award

David Sappelt Dock Doyle

2008 2008

Semifinalist: Golden Spikes Award 1 of 3 Finalist: Johnny Bench Award

Anthony Meo 2010 Jose Iglesias 2010

1 of 25 Semifinalist: Dick Howser Trophy 1 of 30 Semifinalists: Golden Spikes Award Semifinalist: College Baseball Foundation Pitcher of the Year 1 of 3 Finalists: Johnny Bench Award

Tommy La Stella

Semifinalist: Dick Howser Trophy

2011

National Coach of the Year

John Vrooman

1977

Finalist: NAIA Coach of the Year

Anthony Meo 2010 Rico Noel 2010 Jose Iglesias 2010 Cody Wheeler 2010

1st Team (NCBWA) 2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 2nd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (ABCA) 3rd Team (Baseball America) 3rd Team (NCBWA) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (NCBWA) 2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball)

Tommy La Stella 2011 Matt Rein 2011

1st Team (CollegeBaseballInsider) 2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 2nd Team (NCBWA) 2nd Team (ABCA) 2nd Team (Baseball America) 3rd Team (Collegiate Baseball)

Byron Binda Nick McCully

34

All-American

Steve Billingsley

1978

2nd Team (NAIA)

Steve Smith

1980

1st Team (NAIA)

Mickey Brantley Mark Clemons

1983 1983

1st Team (NAIA) 2nd Team (NAIA)

Kirt Manwaring

1985

2nd Team (NAIA)

Kevin Schnall Ron Duebel

1999 1999

2nd Team (NCBWA) Honorable Mention (NCBWA)

Ryan McGraw 2002 Justin Owens 2002

2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 3rd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 3rd Team (NCBWA)

Mike Costanzo 2005

1st Team (Baseball America) 1st Team (Collegiate Baseball) 1st Team (NCBWA) 2nd Team (USA Today Weekly)

Bobby Gagg 2007 David Sappelt 2007

2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 2nd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball)

Dock Doyle 2008 David Sappelt 2008 Scott Woodward 2008

2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 2nd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball)

Cody Wheeler 2009 David Anderson 2009 Nick McCully 2009

2nd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (Collegiate Baseball) 3rd Team (NCBWA) 3rd Team (CollegeBaseballInsider) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball) 3rd Team (Ping! Baseball)

M a t t R e i n w a s t h e 2 0 1 1 B i g S o u th Pitcher of t h e Y e a r a n d w a s ta b b e d A ll-Ameri c an.

Freshman All-American 2002

Hon. Mention (Louisville Slugger)

2007

Ping! Baseball

Scott Woodward 2008

Louisville Slugger Ping! Baseball 2nd Team (NCBWA)

Daniel Bowman 2009 Anthony Meo 2009 Taylor Motter 2009

Louisville Slugger Ping! Baseball Louisville Slugger Ping! Baseball 2nd Team (NCBWA) Louisville Slugger

Ryan Connolly 2010

Louisville Slugger Baseball America Ping! Baseball


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C hanti c leer National Honor s

Steven Carter Mike Costanzo

All-Region/District 2004 2004

2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

Mike Costanzo Ricky Shefka

2005 2005

2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

Tommy Baldridge Bobby Gagg

2007 2007

1st Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

Dock Doyle David Sappelt Scott Woodward

2008 2008 2008

2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

Cody Wheeler David Anderson Adam Rice

2009 2009 2009

1st Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

Anthony Meo 2010 Jose Iglesias 2010 Cody Wheeler 2010

NCBWA District IV Player of the Year; 1st Team All-District (NCBWA) 1st Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

Tommy La Stella Anthony Meo Matt Rein

1st Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA) 2nd Team All-Atlantic Region (ABCA)

2011 2011 2011

Region/District Coach of the Year

John Vrooman Gary Gilmore

1977 2005

NAIA District 6; NAIA Area 7 ABCA Atlantic Region

National (unless otherwise Noted) Player/Pitcher of the Week

Mike Costanzo Coastal Carolina Aaron Verrett

4/19/2005 5/18/2005 5/30/2005

NCBWA (Player) CollegeBaseballInsider.com (Team) Collegiate Baseball (Player)

Chris Raber

3/5/2007

Collegiate Baseball (Player)

Nick McCully 3/5/2008 Dock Doyle 3/11/2008 Joey Haug 4/2/2008 David Anderson 5/12/2008

CollegeBaseballInsider.com Southeast Region (Pitcher) Ping! Baseball (National Performers) CollegeBaseballInsider.com (Pitcher) Collegiate Baseball (Player) NCBWA (Player)

Cody Wheeler 3/30/2009

Collegiate Baseball (Pitcher); NCBWA (Player) CollegeBaseballInsider.com Southeast Region (Pitcher) College Baseball Foundation (All-Star)

Jose Iglesias 2/28/2010 Jim Birmingham 3/2/2010 Coastal Carolina 3/2/2010 Rico Noel 4/6/2010 Taylor Motter 4/27/2010 Rico Noel 5/18/2010

CollegeBaseball360.com Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll CollegeBaseballInsider.com Southeast Region (Pitcher) CollegeBaseballInsider.com (Team) CollegeBaseball360.com Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll CollegeBaseball360.com Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll CollegeBaseball360.com Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll

Daniel Bowman Coastal Carolina Anthony Meo

4/4/2011 4/4/2010 5/30/2011

CollegeBaseballInsider Southeast Player CollegeBaseballInsider.com (Team Collegiate Baseball (Player)

NCAA Regional All-Tournament

Justin Owens Brandon Powell Chad Felty Randy McGarvey Brian Fischer Scott Sturkie

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

Athens Athens Athens Athens Athens Athens

Randy McGarvey Brandon Powell Ryan McGraw

2002 2002 2002

Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta

Michael DeJesus Jon Foisy

2005 2005

Tempe Tempe

Dom Duggan Dock Doyle Bobby Gagg

2007 2007 2007

Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach

David Anderson (Co-MVP) Dock Doyle (Co-MVP) Tommy Baldridge Nick McCully David Sappelt Scott Woodward

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

Conway Conway Conway Conway Conway Conway

Jose Iglesias

2009

Chapel Hill

Rico Noel (MVP) Taylor Motter Scott Woodward Cody Wheeler Rich Witten

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle

Tommy La Stella Hayes Orton Anthony Meo

2011 2011 2011

Clemson Clemson Clemson

Austin Fleet

Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach

CoSIDA Academic All-America 2010

1st Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District III

Jeff Baker

2003

1st Team

Chris Todd

2005

2nd Team

Matt Rademacher Tommy Baldridge

2007 2007

2nd Team 2nd Team

Tommy Baldridge

2008

2nd Team

Austin Fleet Chance Gilmore

2009 2009

2nd Team 2nd Team

Austin Fleet Chance Gilmore

2010 2010

1st Team 1st Team

Tucker Frawley

2011

2nd Team

Lowe’s Senior Class Award All-AmericaN

Andy DeLagarza

2007

1st Team

Lowe’s Senior Class Award Finalist

Andy DeLagarza

2007

35


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C hants in th e Draf t

Coastal in the MLB Draft

36

1977 Joe Stethers

LHP

13th Rd (324)

Chicago Cubs

1979 Larry Raskin Mike Barba

C RHP

4th Rd (99) 7th Rd (170)

Cincinnati Reds San Diego Padres

1980 Tom Romano Steven Smith

OF RHP

17th Rd (431) 21st Rd (521)

Kansas City Royals Toronto Blue Jays

1981 Bruce Franklin

2B

29th Rd (725)

Detroit Tigers

1982 Mickey Brantley

OF

8th Rd (207)

Cincinnati Reds

1983

OF OF C RHP RHP 2B

2nd Rd (35) 3rd Rd (78) 6th Rd (11) 18th Rd (464) 19th Rd (479) 20th Rd (503)

Seattle Mariners St. Louis Cardinals Boston Red Sox Atlanta Braves Toronto Blue Jays Houston Astros

Mickey Brantley John Rigos Gary Tremblay Brian Aviles Mark Clemons Frank Talotta

1985 Lawrence Brady

OF

29th Rd (730)

Pittsburgh Pirates

1986 Kirt Manwaring Art Smith

C OF

2nd Rd (35th) 31st Rd (749)

San Francisco Giants Atlanta Braves

1988 Mike Fortuna

OF

40th Rd (1030)

Pittsburgh Pirates

1989 Matt Logue

RHP

46th Rd (1191)

Detroit Tigers San Francisco Giants

1990 Tony Spires

SS

20th Rd (553)

1995 John Canetto

3B

25th Rd (685)

Pittsburgh Pirates

1997 Mack Haman

OF

13th Rd (405)

Baltimore Orioles

1998 Damien Hart Dorian Cameron

LHP SS

13th Rd (380) 44th Rd (1321)

Cincinnati Reds San Francisco Giants

1999 Kevin Schnall

C

25th Rd (758)

Cincinnati Reds

2000 Rett Johnson Scott Sturkie

RHP RHP

8th Rd (236) 28th Rd (828)

Seattle Mariners Detroit Tigers

2001 Scott Sturkie

RHP

12th Rd (367)

Cleveland Indians

2002 Adam Kiem SS Randy McGarvey, Jr. C Justin Owens OF

12th Rd (348) 26th Rd (791) 34th Rd (1016)

Kansas City Royals Houston Astros Toronto Blue Jays

2003 Brandon Powell Justin Sturge Ryan McGraw

2B LHP OF

8th Rd (222) 12th Rd (354) 39th Rd (1151)

Kansas City Royals Boston Red Sox San Diego Padres

2004 Brett Grandstrand Steven Carter

2B RHP

13th Rd (382) 26th Rd (787)

Pittsburgh Pirates Oakland Athletics

2005

3B 2B RHP RHP LHP 2B

2nd Rd (65) 15th Rd (452) 19th Rd (567) 20th Rd (594) 25th Rd (764) 33rd Rd (1002)

Philadelphia Phillies Cincinnati Reds Colorado Rockies Washington Nationals Houston Astros San Francisco Giants

Mike Costanzo Michael DeJesus Byron Binda Ricky Shefka Jacob Hurry Chris Todd

2006 Mike Fuentes

C

29th Rd (877)

Philadelphia Phillies

2007

John Mariotti Andy DeLaGarza Pete Andrelczyk Dom Duggan Austin Hinkle Chris Raber Dock Doyle

RHP LHP RHP OF RHP 1B C

18th Rd (549) 18th Rd (554) 32nd Rd (968) 32nd Rd (973) 41st Rd (1218) 42nd Rd (1269) 44th Rd (1309)

Baltimore Orioles San Francisco Giants Baltimore Orioles San Francisco Giants Tampa Bay Rays New York Yankees Atlanta Braves

2008

Pete Andrelczyk Dock Doyle David Sappelt Tommy Baldridge Jeff Richard

RHP C OF OF RHP

5th Rd (148) 5th Rd (164) 9th Rd (269) 33rd Rd (1010) 38th Rd (1150)

Florida Marlins New York Mets Cincinnati Reds New York Yankees Atlanta Braves

2009 Nick McCully Tyler Bortnick

RHP 2B

9th Rd (279) 16th Rd (499)

St. Louis Cardinals Tampa Bay Rays

2010

Cody Wheeler Rico Noel Scott Woodward Austin Fleet Chance Gilmore Keith Hessler Jim Birmingham

LHP CF 3B RHP OF LHP LHP

5th Rd (151) 5th Rd (154) 15th Rd (455) 16th Rd (498) 25th Rd (772) 28th Rd (841) 33rd Rd (1008)

Arizona Diamondbacks San Diego Padres Oakland Athletics San Francisco Giants Los Angeles Dodgers Arizona Diamondbacks San Francisco Giants

2011

Anthony Meo Scott Woodward Tommy La Stella Taylor Motter Daniel Bowman

RHP 3B/OF 2B SS RF

2nd Rd (63) 7th Rd (224) 8th Rd (266) 17th Rd (540) 38th Rd (1165)

Arizona Diamondbacks Los Angeles Dodgers Atlanta Braves Tampa Bay Rays Cincinnati Reds

S c o t t W o o d w a r d w a s a t h r e e - t i m e A l l - B i g So u t h selection and w a s d r a fte d tw ice w ith in th e fir st 1 5 r o u n d s. He ended hi s ca r e e r a s th e CCU a n d B ig S o u th ca r e e r le a d e r i n r uns, r anki ng s e c o n d i n s t o l e n b a s e s a n d w a l k s i n CCU a n d l eague history, w h ile e n d in g h is ca r e e r fo u r th o n th e NCAA a ll-ti me hi t by pi t ch list w ith a CCU a n d B ig S o u th r e co r d 83.

Pete Andrelczyk (above) played fo r T e a m USA in th e 2 0 1 1 W o r ld G a m e s. T yle r B o r tn ick (r ig h t) w a s sin gled out by Baseball America for his tools and played in the 2 0 1 1 A r izo n a F a ll L e a g u e .


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C hants i n Major League Baseball Mickey Brantley

2nd Rd pick by Seattle in 1983 Major League Debut: August 9, 1986 (1-4 as leadoff hitter) with the Mariners at Angels Year Team 1986 Seattle 1987 Seattle 1988 Seattle 1989 Seattle 4 Seasons

G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 27 102 12 20 3 2 3 7 92 351 52 106 23 2 14 54 149 577 76 152 25 4 15 56 34 108 14 17 5 0 0 8 302 1138 154 295 56 8 32 125

SB-A 1-2 13-17 18-25 2-4 34-48

BB SO 10 21 24 44 26 64 7 7 67 136

AVG. OB% .196 .268 .302 .344 .263 .296 .157 .207 .259 .300

SLG .353 .499 .399 .204 .407

Keith Glauber (finished career at Montclair State)

42nd Rd pick by St. Louis in 2001 Major League Debut: Sept. 8, 1998 (3.2 IP in relief; 1 R; 1 ER; 1 BB; 3 K) with the Reds at Houston Year Team 1998 Cincinnati 2000 Cincinnati 2 Seasons

W 0 0 0

L 0 0 0

ERA 2.35 3.68 3.00

G GS CG SHO SV IP H 3 0 0 0 0 7.2 6 4 0 0 0 0 7.1 5 7 0 0 0 0 15.0 11

R ER BB SO WHIP 2 2 1 4 0.913 3 3 2 4 0.955 5 5 3 8 0.933

Luis Lopez

Signed as a Free Agent by Toronto Major League Debut: April 29, 2001 (0-0, with a walk as pinch hitter) with the Blue Jays vs. Angels Year Team 2001 Toronto 2004 Montreal 2 Seasons

G 41 11 52

AB 119 26 145

R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB-A 10 29 4 0 3 10 0-0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0-0 10 33 4 0 3 10 0-0

BB SO AVG. OB% SLG 8 16 .244 .291 .353 0 9 .154 .185 .154 8 25 .228 .273 .317

Kirt Manwaring

2nd Rd pick by San Francisco in 1986 Major League Debut: Sept. 15, 1987 (0-2 as a reserve) with the Giants vs. Padres Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB-A BB SO 1987 San Fran 6 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 1988 San Fran 40 116 12 29 7 0 1 15 0-1 2 21 1989 San Fran 85 200 14 42 4 2 0 18 2-3 11 28 1990 San Fran 8 13 0 2 0 1 0 1 0-0 0 3 1991 San Fran 67 178 16 40 9 0 0 19 1-2 9 22 1992 San Fran 109 349 24 85 10 5 4 26 2-3 29 42 1993 San Fran 130 432 48 119 15 1 5 49 1-4 41 76 1994 San Fran 97 316 30 79 17 1 1 29 1-2 25 50 1995 San Fran 118 379 21 95 15 2 4 36 1-1 27 72 1996 San Fran/Hou 86 227 14 52 9 0 1 18 0-1 19 40 1997 Colorado 104 337 22 76 6 4 1 27 1-6 30 78 1998 Colorado 110 291 30 72 12 3 2 26 1-6 38 49 1999 Colorado 48 137 17 41 7 1 2 14 0-0 12 23 13 Seasons 1008 2982 248 733 111 20 21 278 10-29 243 505

AVG. OB% .143 .250 .250 .279 .210 .264 .154 .154 .225 .271 .244 .311 .275 .345 .250 .308 .251 .314 .229 .300 .226 .291 .247 .339 .299 .374 .246 .311

SLG .143 .336 .250 .308 .275 .335 .350 .320 .332 .282 .276 .330 .409 .318

Tom Romano

17th Rd pick by Kansas City in 1980 Major League Debut: Sept. 1, 1987 (0-1 as pinch hitter) with the Expos at Giants Year Team 1987 Montreal 1 Season

G 7 7

AB 3 3

R 1 1

H 2B 3B HR RBI SB-A 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0

BB SO AVG. OB% SLG 0 1 .000 .000 .000 0 1 .000 .000 .000

David Sappelt

9th Rd pick by Cincinnati in 2008 Major League Debut: Aug. 7, 2011 (1-5 as leadoff, starting in LF) with the Reds at Cubs Year Team 2011 Cincinnati 1 Season

G 38 38

AB 107 107

R 14 14

H 26 26

2B 8 8

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 5 5

SB-A 1-2 1-2

BB 7 7

SO 17 17

AVG. OB% .243 .289 .243 .289

SLG .318 .318

37


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C hanti c le er Big S outh Honor s

Big South Player of the Year

Terry Spires Mark Romer Kevin Schnall Justin Owens Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo David Sappelt Dock Doyle David Anderson Tommy La Stella

SS OF C 1B DH 1B/P OF C 1B 2B

1986 1990 1999 2002 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2011

Big South Pitcher of the Year (Since 2007)

Bobby Gagg Cody Wheeler Anthony Meo Matt Rein

2007 2009 2010 2011

South Rookie/Freshman of the Year

Brooks Marzka Scott Woodward

OF 3B

1998 2008

All-Big South

38

John Canetto, C Chris Pond, SS

1995 1995

1st Team 1st Team

Matt Ragan, DH Jason Vindich, C Brett Harwood, SS Matt Trahan, 3B Steve Bagby, OF

1996 1996 1996 1996 1996

1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Jason Vindich, C Jason Isidore, DH

1997 1997

2nd Team 2nd Team

Jeremy Samatas, 1B Steve Tylke, 2B Dorian Cameron, 3B Brooks Marzka, OF

1998 1998 1998 1998

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Brooks Marzka, OF Kevin Schnall, C Scott Sturkie, P Ron Deubel, P Dorian Cameron, 3B

1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team

Rett Johnson, P Brooks Marzka, OF Brandon Powell, DH

2000 2000 2000

1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Team Team Team Team

Kevin Thomas, P Kirt Manwaring, C Tom Sutryk, SS John Kay, 1B Terry Spires, SS

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

(only (only (only (only (only

Terry Spires, OF

1987

(only one team)

Chad Felty, OF Justin Owens Chris Carter, DH Scott Sturkie, P Jon Humay, OF Adam Keim, SS Randy McGarvey, C

Mark Howle, 3B Robbie Jordan, 1B Tony Spires, SS Darrin Davis, OF Greg Streett, OF Tim Shaw, OF Bobby Hargett, P

1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988

(only (only (only (only (only (only (only

one one one one one one one

team) team) team) team) team) team) team)

Ryan McGraw, OF Justin Owens, 1B Randy McGarvey, C Steven Carter, P Justin Sturge, P Brandon Powell, 2B Adam Keim, SS

2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Jeff Sefcik, INF Mark Romer, INF Mark Howle, C Matt Logue, P Bobby Hargett, P

1989 1989 1989 1989 1989

(only (only (only (only (only

one one one one one

team) team) team) team) team)

Tony Spires, SS Mark Howle, 3B Myrle Grose, LF Mark Romer, CF Mark Slodobnick, DH Paul Alexander, P Randy Stokes, P

1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990

(only (only (only (only (only (only (only

one one one one one one one

team) team) team) team) team) team) team)

Ryan McGraw, OF Brandon Powell, 2B Brett Grandstrand, SS Mike Costanzo, DH Justin Surge, P Steven Carter, P

2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Mike Costanzo, DH Steven Carter, P Brett Grandstrand, SS Chad Oxendine, C

2004 2004 2004 2004

1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Buddy Cribb, 1B Pearce Taylor, 2B Chris Missler, LF Chris Hanrahan, DH

1991 1991 1991 1991

(only (only (only (only

one one one one

team) team) team) team)

Mickey Lincoln, P Luis Lopez, Util/INF Gary Turnipseed, CF

1992 1992 1992

(only one team) (only one team) (only one team)

Dom Duggan, OF Mike Costanzo, 1B Michael DeJesus, 2B Ricky Shefka, P Mike Costanzo, P Chris Todd, 3B Byron Binda, P

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Chris Herndon, P Matt Schilling, 2B Chris Pond, SS Mike Campagno, P John Canetto, C Jamie Iriel, OF Steve Turner, OF

1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Bobby Gagg, SP David Anderson, RP Matt Rademacher, C Chris Raber, 1B David Sappelt, OF Tommy Baldridge, OF Andy DeLaGarza, P David Anderson, DH

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

one one one one one

team) team) team) team) team)

Joey Haug, SP Bobby Gagg, SP Pete Andrelczyk, RP Dock Doyle, C Scott Woodward, 3B David Sappelt, OF Tommy Baldridge, OF Nick McCully, SP David Anderson, 1B Tyler Bortnick, SS Adam Rice, OF

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Cody Wheeler, SP Anthony Meo, SP Nick McCully, RP David Anderson, 1B Rico Noel, OF Tyler Bortnick, 3B Adam Rice, DH Daniel Bowman, OF

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

Anthony Meo, SP Cody Wheeler, SP Matt Rein, RP Jose Iglesias, C Tommy La Stella, 2B Scott Woodward, 3B Taylor Motter, SS Rico Noel, OF Ryan Connolly, RP

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team

Anthony Meo, SP Matt Rein, SP Tommy La Stella, 2B Scott Woodward, 3B

2011 2011 2011 2011

1st 1st 1st 1st

Team Team Team Team

Big South Coach of the Year

John Vrooman John Vrooman Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore

1988 1990 1999 2002 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010

Big South All-Tournament

Terry Spires (MVP) Tom Sutryk Mike Procheska Art Smith John Pilatich Glen Fortner Kevin Thomas

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

Robbie Jordan Greg Streett Randy Stokes

1988 1988 1988

Tony Spires Mark Romer Mark Slobodnik

1990 1990 1990

Buddy Cribb (MVP) Pearce Taylor Chris Missler Chris Hanrahan

1991 1991 1991 1991


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C hanti c le er Big S outh Honor s

Paul Leszczynski (MVP) Mickey Lincoln Chris Pond

1992 1992 1992

Dorian Cameron Shawn Vinju Jeremy Samatas Kevin Schnall John Hurry Rett Johnson

1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998

Ron Deubel Kevin Schnall Brooks Marzka

1999 1999 1999

Brandon Powell

2000

Randy McGarvey (MVP) Scott Sturkie Adam Keim Chris Carter

2001 2001 2001 2001

Adam Keim (MVP) Brandon Powell Randy McGarvey Ryan McGraw Seamus Donovan

2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Steven Carter (MVP) Ryan McGraw

2003 2003

Steven Carter (MVP) Brett Grandstrand Chris Todd Chris Raber Chad Oxendine Mike Costanzo

2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004

Michael DeJesus Aaron Verrett Mike Costanzo Ricky Shefka Mike Vatter

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

Brant Peacher

2006

Tommy Baldridge (MVP) Tyler Bortnick Adam Vrable Derek Martin Matt Rademacher Nick McCully Bobby Gagg

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

Tyler Bordnick (MVP) David Sappelt Tommy Baldridge Dock Doyle Joey Haug

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

David Anderson (MVP) Rico Noel Nick McCully Austin Fleet

2009 2009 2009 2009

Daniel Bowman (MVP) Chance Gilmore Tommy La Stella Rich Witten Anthony Meo

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Keith Hardwick (MVP) Daniel Bowman Anthony Meo Rich Witten Hayes Orton Taylor Motter

2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011

Big South Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Austin Fleet

2010

Big South Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Brooks Marzka Austin Fleet

2000 2010

Academic All-Big South

Brooks Marzka Brooks Marzka Scott Sturkie Randy McGarvey Jeff Baker Greg Orsimarsi Chris Todd Aaron Verett Matt Rademacher Tommy Baldridge Austin Fleet Austin Fleet Tucker Frawley

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Big South Player/Pitcher of the Week

Chris Pond

Player

April 4, 1995

Matt Ragan Chip Weisberger Matt Ragan Bobby Richardson

Player Player Player Pitcher

March 24, 1996 March 31, 1996 April 7, 1996 May 6, 1996

Ron Deubel Ron Deubel

Pitcher Pitcher

March 30, 1998 April 27, 1998

Scott Sturkie Jeremy Samatas Ron Deubel Scott Sturkie

Pitcher Player Pitcher Pitcher

March 22, 1999 May 4, 1999 April 2, 1999 April 9, 1999

Brooks Marzka Scott Sturkie Rett Johnson Rett Johnson

Player Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

March 13, 2000 March 13, 2000 April 3, 2000 April 23, 2000

Brandon Powell Brad Schuka Scott Sturkie Scott Sturkie Scott Sturkie

Player Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

April 2, 2001 April 17, 2001 May 1, 2001 May 8, 2001 May 14, 2001

Justin Sturge Justin Owens Justin Owens Seamus Donovan

Pitcher Player Player Pitcher

March 6, 2002 April 18, 2002 May 7, 2002 May 14, 2002

Brandon Powell Brian Waack Seamus Donovan Brandon Powell

Player Pitcher Pitcher Player

March 12, 2003 March 12, 2003 May 6, 2003 May 12, 2003

Mike Costanzo Jake Hurry Mike Costanzo

Player Pitcher Player

Feb.18, 2004 Feb. 18, 2004 Feb. 24, 2004

Brett Grandstrand Steven Carter Jake Hurry Andy DeLaGarza

Player Pitcher Co-Pitcher Pitcher

April 13, 2004 April 20, 2004 May 17, 2004 May 24, 2004

Mike Costanzo Ricky Shefka Mike Costanzo Ricky Shefka Andy DeLaGarza

Co-Player Pitcher Player Pitcher Co-Pitcher

March 7, 2005 March 21, 2005 April 18, 2005 May 9, 2005 May 16, 2005

David Sappelt Austin Fleet Bobby Gagg

Co-Player March 27, 2006 Pitcher April 18, 2006 Pitcher May 9, 2006

David Sappelt Bobby Gagg Chris Raber Chris Raber David Sappelt Nick McCully David Anderson Dom Duggan

Player Pitcher Co-Player Co-Player Player Pitcher Pitcher Player

Feb. 14, 2007 Feb. 21, 2007 March 5, 2007 April 2, 2007 April 30, 2007 April 20, 2007 May 7, 2007 May 21, 2007

Nick McCully Dock Doyle Joey Haug Joey Haug Bobby Gagg Dock Doyle Scott Woodward David Anderson David Anderson

Pitcher Player Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Player Player Player Co-Player

March 3, 2008 March 10, 2008 March 17, 2008 March 31, 2008 April 7, 2008 April 14, 2008 April 21, 2008 May 12, 2008 May 19, 2008

Austin Fleet Keith Hessler Cody Wheeler Cody Wheeler Adam Rice Chance Gilmore Nick McCully Cody Wheeler

Pitcher Co-Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Co-Player Player Pitcher Pitcher

Feb. 23, 2009 March 3, 2009 March 9, 2009 March 30, 2009 April 6, 2009 May 4, 2009 May 4, 2009 May 11, 2009

Jose Iglesias Jim Birmingham Cody Wheeler Jose Iglesias Taylor Motter Rico Noel Anthony Meo

Player Pitcher Pitcher Player Player Player Pitcher

March 2, 2010 March 2, 2010 April 5, 2010 April 12, 2010 May 3, 2010 May 17, 2010 May 17, 2010

Josh Conway Jim Birmingham Tommy La Stella Daniel Bowman Anthony Meo Anthony Meo Anthony Meo Matt Rein Matt Rein

Pitcher Pitcher Player Player Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher

March 8, 2011 March 15, 2011 March 28, 2011 April 4, 2011 April 4, 2011 May 2, 2011 May 9, 2011 April 19, 2011 May 16, 2011

39


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nti c leer Tea m Record s / Record s by Class

1. 2. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

WINS 2010 2008 2007 2005 2009

55 50 50 50 47

BATTING 1983 1985 1980 1986 2001

.352 .346 .343 .341 .330

RUNS 2010 1983 2008 2009 2005

603 537 524 522 496

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

HITS 2010 2008 2001 2009 2 Times

732 726 712 710 679

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4.

DOUBLES 2001 2008 2010 2009 2002

153 149 147 147 138

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 5.

TRIPLES 1985 2011 2001 1980 3 Times Last: 2010

21 19 19 19 18

1. 2. 3. 4.

HOME RUNS 2010 111 1983 109 2008 96 2009 86 2007 74

TIMES STRUCK OUT 1. 2000 479 2. 1998 468 3. 2009 456 4. 2004 432 5. 2005 424

RBI 2010 1983 2008 2009 2005

549 503 476 475 452

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

STOLEN BASES 1979 258 1983 220 1978 205 2002 192 1982 178

WALKS 2005 2003 2010 2004 1999

360 316 310 309 309

1. 2. 4. 5.

FIELDING 1991 .974 2011 .971 2007 .971 2003 .970 2010 .968 2009 .968

1. 2. 3. 4.

ERA 1980 1977 1979 2011 1982

2.07 2.47 2.56 2.97 2.97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

STRIKEOUTS 2010 530 1999 510 2003 508 2001 505 1998 495

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

OPP. BATTING 1980 .190 1979 .213 1978 .218 1983 .231 2011 .234

RECORDS BY CLASS

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

BATTING Kirt Manwaring, 1984 .395 Bruce Franklin, 1980 .410 Tony Maggard, 1981 .424 HITS Scott Woodward, 2008 82 David Sappelt, 2007 99 Dorian Cameron, 1998 97 HOME RUNS Daniel Bowman, 2009 11 Mike Costanzo, 2004 21 John Rigos, 1983 22 RBI Robbie Jordan, 1987 60 Mike Costanzo, 2004 74 Michael DeJesus, 2005 72 Dock Doyle, 2008 72 STEALS Scott Woodward, 2008 42 Ryan McGraw, 2002 63 Rico Noel, 2010 56 WINS Anthony Meo, 2009 9 Anthony Meo, 2010 13 Steve Smith, 1979 13 ERA Brent Byer, 1977 0.97 Mark Clemons, 1981 2.20 Marc Goldberg, 1980 0.89 STRIKEOUTS Steven Carter, 2001 76 Scott Sturkie, 1999 106 Rett Johnson, 2000 151 SAVES Jason Burge, 1995 4 David Anderson, 2007 10 Mike Costanzo, 2005 14 Nick McCully, 2007 4 INN. PITCHED Steven Carter, 2001 96.0 Steven Carter, 2002 116.2 Rett Johnson, 2000 133.1

Senior Steve Billingsley, 1978 Terry Spires, 1987 David Anderson, 2009 David Anderson, 2009

.441 90 21 82

Steve Billingsley, 1978 Ron Deubel, 1999 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Matt Rein, 2011 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Matt Logue, 1989

47 13 13 2.07 133 10

Scott Sturkie, 2001

132.2

SINGLE-SEASON FIELDING RECORDS BY POSITION POS C

40

PUTOUTS

ASSISTS

MOST ERRORS *

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

Jose Iglesias, 2010....................422

Kevin Schnall, 1998......................58

Jason Vindich, 1996............13

Josh Eachues, 2005.......... $..1.000

1B Rich Witten, 2011......................564

Jeremy Samatas, 1997................59

John Kay, 1986...................20

Jeff Sefcik, 1989........................997

2B Adam Vrable, 2007....................131

Adam Vrable, 2007.....................211

Chris Pond, 1992................22

Tommy La Stella, 2010.............977

3B Rick Castellani, 1993..................154

Derek Martin, 2007....................126

Robbie Jordan, 1988...........20

Chris Todd, 2005......................978

SS Chris Pond, 1994.......................110

Tyler Bortnick, 2008...................214

Brett Harwood, 1996...........25

Tom Sutryk, 1986.....................974

OF Rico Noel, 2010.........................172

Jason Vindich, 1997.....................19

Brooks Marzka, 1998..........10

Terry Spires, 1986............. #..1.000

Daniel Bowman, 2011....... #..1.000

- The single-season records for errors is 31 by Dorian Cameron in 1998, playing third base and shortstop. * $ - Eachues fielded 243 chances without an error # - Spires fielded 132 chances without an error — Bowman fielded 141 chances without an error


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l Ye a r -By -Yea r C ha n ticleer S t atis tical Lead er s

BATTING AVERAGE

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Don Landrun Steve Billingsley Walt Parmenter Bruce Franklin Tony Maggard Frank Talotta Mickey Brantley Greg Brown Denny Woods Kirt Manwaring Terry Spires Greg Streett Myrle Gross Myrle Gross Chris Hanrahan Luis Lopez Matt Schilling Matt Schilling Chris Pond Jason Vindich Jeremy Samatas Dorian Cameron Kevin Schnall Brandon Powell Chris Carter Justin Owens Brandon Powell Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Adam Vrable Tommy Baldridge Dock Doyle David Anderson Tommy La Stella Tommy La Stella

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Al Anch Steve Billingsley Mike Sabbagh Tom Romano Mickey Brantley Frank Talotta Frank Talotta Jim Castellani Kirt Manwaring Mike Prochaska Terry Spires Greg Streett Tony Spires Tony Spires Myrle Gross Ed Fortney Chris Hanrahan Gary Turnipseed Stephen Turner Stephen Turner Will Wall Jeremy Samatas Dorian Cameron Dorian Cameron Brooks Marzka Brandon Powell Brandon Powell Brandon Powell Brett Grandstrand Chris Todd Matt Sutton David Sappelt David Sappelt Adam Rice Daniel Bowman Daniel Bowman

AT BATS

.315 .445 .392 .410 .424 .384 .435 .405 .421 .429 .409 .367 .372 .364 .336 .371 .337 .356 .377 .386 .365 .411 .405 .370 .417 .417 .364 .359 .379 .324 .383 .370 .377 .378 .398

150 164 132 167 142 177 196 184 169 201 220 220 190 185 225 217 219 209 229 221 202 203 236 235 210 234 247 253 233 244 190 276 275 242 262 242

RUNS

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Don Landrum Tom Romano Charles Hendricks Steve Billingsley Mike Sabbagh Doug Sabbagh Bruce Franklin Frank Talotta Ricky Grice Jim Castellani Denny Woods Kirt Manwaring Greg Streett Tony Spires Mark Howle Myrle Gross Ed Fortney Luis Lopez Gary Turnipseed Stephen Turner Stephen Turner Brett Harwood Jason Isadore Dorian Cameron Dorian Cameron Brooks Marzka Ryan McGraw Ryan McGraw Brett Grandstrand Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Matt Sutton Dom Duggan Scott Woodward Rico Noel Rico Noel Tommy La Stella

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Al Anch Steve Billingsley Walt Parmenter Tom Romano Bruce Franklin Mickey Brantley Frank Talotta Mickey Brantley Greg Brown Denny Woods Kirt Manwaring Terry Spires Greg Streett Mark Romer Mark Howle Myrle Gross Luis Lopez Luis Lopez Chris Hanrahan Luis Lopez Gary Turnipseed Stephen Turner Chris Pond Chip Weisgerber Jeremy Samatas Dorian Cameron Brooks Marzka Brooks Marzka Chad Felty Adam Keim Ryan McGraw Brandon Powell Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Adam Vrable David Sappelt David Sappelt Adam Rice

HITS

36 36 36 55 41 38 45 46 67 51 51 70 57 44 40 48 56 56 50 51 45 49 51 57 53 41 64 72 63 66 74 38 63 82 75 82 59

47 73 51 55 55 56 68 84 69 70 79 90 66 59 59 82 70 72 72 63 63 73 75 62 74 97 80 64 76 76 89 92 83 91 61 99 96 89

2010 2011

Tommy La Stella Tommy La Stella

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Keith Taylor Bob Lieb Mike Sabbagh Mike Burden Mike Sabbagh Tony Maggard Frank Talotta Steve Podraza Mickey Brantley Greg Brown Kirt Manwaring Kirt Manwaring Terry Spires Greg Streett Robbie Jordan Myrle Gross Pearce Taylor Chris Hanrahan Chris Pond Frank Sarver Chris Pond Chip Weisgerber Steve Bagby Jeremy Samatas Dorian Cameron Brooks Marzka Brooks Marzka Chris Carter Justin Owens Brandon Powell Mike Costanzo Dom Duggan Brant Peacher Dom Duggan David Sappelt Adam Rice Taylor Motter Rich Witten

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Tom Romano Steve Billingsley Walt Parmenter Gary Gilmore John Rigos Frank Talotta Kim Stevens Buck Hosea Kim Stevens Kirt Manwaring Larry Brady Chuck Perry Kirt Manwaring Tom Sutryk John Kay Scott Fowler Tony Spires Tony Spires Mark Romer Mark Romer Pearce Taylor Five with Matt Schilling Frank Sarver Stephen Turner Rob Rambow Evan Hurley Brett Harwood Jason Vindich Antwain Haman Jon Humay Ricardo Ayala Eric Decker Seven with

DOUBLES

TRIPLES

93 92

11 11 13 13 12 15 12 12 18 12 13 18 21 17 12 16 14 18 14 18 20 15 15 18 17 14 15 22 24 22 21 17 13 20 25 20 22 18

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

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Chad Felty Justin Owens Adam Keim Ryan McGraw Brandon Powell Ryan McGraw Steve Pinocchio Ryan McGraw Jon Foisy David Sappelt David Sappelt Dock Doyle Rico Noel Chance Gilmore Scott Woodward Steve Davis Tommy La Stella

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tom Romano Tom Romano Tom Romano Tom Romano Bruce Franklin Tony Maggard Frank Talotta John Rigos John Charboneau Denny Woods Kirt Manwaring Terry Spires Robbie Jordan Tim Shaw Jeff Sefcik Kip Kingsmore Buddy Cribb Luis Lopez Gary Turnipseed Rick Castellani John Canetto Chris Pond John Canetto Matt Ragan Steve Bagby Steve Bagby Jeremy Samatas Brooks Marzka Justin Owens Chad Felty Adam Keim Jeff Baker Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Matt Sutton Chris Raber David Anderson David Anderson Jose Iglesias Tommy La Stella

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Tom Romano Tom Romano Mike Burden Mike Sabbagh Tom Romano Tony Maggard Frank Talotta Frank Talotta Greg Brown Kirt Manwaring Kirt Manwaring Robbie Jordan Mark Howle Jeff Sefcik Myrle Gross Buddy Cribb Luis Lopez

HOME RUNS

RBI

3 3 3 3 6 4 4 3 3 4 7 2 2 5 4 4 4

11 15 10 12 9 9 10 22 14 15 19 7 7 10 12 15 15 11 6 6 8 7 7 9 9 14 18 8 10 13 16 9 21 16 12 17 20 21 16 14

37 47 33 33 43 52 50 68 63 57 58 60 43 45 52 46 60

41


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l Ye a r -By -Yea r C ha n ticleer S t atis tical Lead er s

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

John Canetto Chris Pond Chris Pond Steve Bagby Jeremy Samatas Jeremy Samatas Kevin Schnall Brooks Marzka Chad Felty Adam Keim Brandon Powell Mike Costanzo Michael DeJesus Matt Sutton Tommy Baldridge Chris Raber Dock Doyle David Anderson Jose Iglesias Tommy La Stella

32 42 38 56 48 55 48 46 62 66 46 74 72 38 58 58 72 82 80 70

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

42

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Tom Romano Mike Sabbagh Bruce Franklin Tony Maggard Frank Talotta John Rigos Greg Brown Denny Woods Kirt Manwaring Terry Spires Darrin Davis Jeff Sefcik Kip Kingsmore Buddy Cribb Luis Lopez Matt Schilling Matt Schilling Chris Pond Matt Trahan Steve Bagby Jeremy Samatas Kevin Schnall Brooks Marzka Chad Felty Justin Owens Brandon Powell Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Matt Sutton Tommy Baldridge Dock Doyle David Anderson Jose Iglesias Tommy La Stella

STOLEN BASES Steve Billingsley Steve Billingsley Mike Sabbagh Gary Gilmore Mickey Brantley Ricky Grice Ricky Grice Denny Woods Chuck Perry Art Smith Tony Spires Darren Davis Mark Romer Mark Romer Paul Leszczynski Gary Turnipseed Gary Turnipseed Stephen Turner Stephen Turner Jason Vindich

.665 .598 .672 .824 .706 .820 .729 .765 .802 .609 .633 .620 .631 .558 .624 .497 .536 .593 .603 .577 .680 .589 .505 .693 .706 .534 .740 .658 .511 .633 .675 .732 .629 .680

37 49 25 25 26 32 36 13 16 19 10 12 21 45 34 29 32 28 35 18

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jason Isadore Jon Humay Ricardo Ayala Mario Gianfortune Ryan McGraw Ryan McGraw Ryan McGraw Ryan McGraw Jon Foisy Matt Sutton Adam Vrable Scott Woodward Rico Noel Rico Noel Scott Woodward

WINS

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Joe Stethers Steve Smith Steve Smith Steve Smith Mark Clemons Mark Clemons Mark Clemons Bob Buckley John Heck Kevin Thomas Bobby Hargett Randy Stokes Bobby Hargett Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Dave Iorlano Mickey Lincoln Chris Herndon Mike Davis Mike Campagno Scott Smith Steve Ells Tony Crossen Ron Deubel Ron Deubel Rett Johnson Scott Sturkie Steven Carter Steven Carter Steven Carter Ricky Shefka John Mariotti Bobby Gagg Nick McCully Cody Wheeler Anthony Meo Anthony Meo

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Joe Stethers Tim Horton Steve Smith Steve Smith Joe Louis Mark Clemons Mark Clemons Bob Buckley Bob Buckley Kevin Thomas Bobby Hargett Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Mike Davis Mike Davis Mike Davis Chris Herndon Mike Campagno Steve Ells Darrell Bagwell Tony Crossen

STRIKEOUTS

21 23 33 22 30 63 45 22 21 14 16 42 48 56 31

10 9 9 11 8 9 10 9 8 10 7 10 8 8 11 6 8 5 5 9 4 7 6 8 13 9 13 11 11 12 12 5 12 10 10 13 10

95 58 58 99 53 85 87 83 63 82 64 62 86 103 63 61 55 48 48 60 57 60

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Ron Deubel Ron Deubel Rett Johnson Scott Sturkie Steven Carter Steven Carter Steven Carter Ricky Shefka Andy DeLaGarza Bobby Gagg Nick McCully Cody Wheeler Cody Wheeler Anthony Meo

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Brent Byer Clint Harvey Steve Smith Mark Goldberg Mark Clemons Brian Aviles Mark Clemons John Pilatich Rick Murray Kevin Thomas Matt Logue Matt Logue Matt Logue Paul Alexander Dave Iorlano Mickey Lincoln Pat Valero Chris Herndon Derek Covell Bobby Richardson Jeff Smith Kris Caster Scott Sturkie Rett Johnson Brian Fischer Steven Carter Brian Waack Jake Hurry Ricky Shefka Bobby Gagg Bobby Gagg Joey Haug Nick McCully Ryan Connolly Matt Rein

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

ERA

INNING PITCHED Joe Stethers Steve Smith Steve Smith Steve Smith Mark Clemons Brian Aviles Mark Clemons Bob Buckley Bob Buckley Kevin Thomas Bobby Hargett Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Dave Brink Mike Davis Mike Davis Mike Campagno Steve Ells Darrell Bagwell Mike Duperron Ron Deubel Ron Deubel Rett Johnson Scott Sturkie

136 132 151 133 87 110 116 81 62 84 72 98 113 115

0.97 2.53 1.39 0.89 2.28 2.08 2.37 1.88 3.99 3.51 3.54 1.14 1.55 2.55 1.27 2.92 3.27 2.71 5.53 4.65 5.83 4.33 2.49 2.70 3.02 3.01 2.90 3.72 2.75 2.95 2.57 2.28 2.10 2.15 2.07

101.1 67.1 107.1 126.0 65.1 77.2 98.2 93.0 79.1 95.2 104.1 94.0 108.0 111.0 91.2 107.0 87.0 115.0 69.1 82.1 81.2 117.2 130.2 133.1 132.2

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Steven Carter Steven Carter Jake Hurry Ricky Shefka Andy DeLaGarza Bobby Gagg Nick McCully Cody Wheeler Cody Wheeler Anthony Meo

116.2 115.1 122.2 117.2 92.1 112.0 89.1 91.2 111.1 108.1

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Randy Nimmons Randy Nimmons Joe Louis Joe Louis Marc Luther Tom Zmudosky Keith Stohr Mark Clemons Greg Brown Doug Ames Rick Murray Matt Logue Matt Logue Matt Logue Matt Logue Robbie Jordan Dave Iorlano Iorlano and Wilson Chris Wilson Derek Covell Jason Burge Van Dukes Kit Kadlec Kit Kadlec Kit Kadlec Kit Kadlec Steve Soja Adam Keim Binda and Waack Byron Binda Mike Costanzo Risser & Mariotti David Anderson Pete Andrelczyk Nick McCully Austin Fleet Josh Conway Ryan Connolly

SAVES

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

CCU AMONG NCAA CAREER LEADERS HIT BY PITCH

Player (Yrs) Rank G HBP Scott Woodward (2008-11) 4th 224 83

SAC HITS

Player (Yrs) Dom Duggan (2005-07)

Rank G HBP 19th 169 43

GAMES STARTED (Pitcher)

Player (Yrs) Steven Carter (2201-04)

Rank 6th-t

GS 68

MICSELLANEOUS: Most Doubles Hit in a Game: 11 9th-t vs. Stony Brook—March 8, 2009 Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout: CCU ranks 2nd with 349 April 16, 1983 — April 10, 1989


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l Chants as Big South / NCAA Annual Statistical Leader

INDIVIDUAL Batting Average

Year 1998 1999 2001 2002 2005

Player Dorian Cameron Kevin Schnall Chris Carter Justin Owens Mike Costanzo

Year 1986 1990 1998 2001 2004 2007 2008 2009 2011

Player Kirt Manwaring Kip Kingsmore Jeremy Samatus Chad Felty Mike Costanzo Chris Raber David Anderson David Anderson Tommy La Stella

Hits-AB 97-236 75-185 75-180 88-211 91-240

Home Runs

Games 50 58 60 61 62 63 61 63 61

Runs Batted In

Year 1990 1992 2002 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Games Myrle Grose 59 Luis Lopez 60 Adam Keim 61 Mike Costanzon 62 Tommy Baldridge 63 Chris Raber 63 Dock Doyle 61 David Anderson 63 Jose Iglesias 64

Year 1988 1999 1998 2002 2003 2007 2008

Player Greg Streett Myrle Grose Dorian Cameron Ryan McGraw Brandon Powell David Sappelt David Sappelt

Year 1988 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2011

Player Games Tony Spires 46 Ryan McGraw 57 Brett Grandstrand 61 Mike Costanzo 62 Mike Costanzo 66 Dom Duggan 63 Scott Woodward 64 Rico Noel 63 Tommy La Stella 61

Year 1988 2002 2003 2008

Player Greg Streett Justin Owens Brandon Powell David Sappelt

Hits

Games 46 59 58 60 63 63 64

Runs Scored

Doubles

Games 46 57 63 64

Triples

Year Player 1987 Tony Spires * 1990 Mark Romar Year 1990 1991 1993 1995 1999 2002 2003

Games 48 59

Stolen Bases

Player Mike Romer Paul Leszczynski Pearce Taylor Gary Turnipseed Steven Turner Richard Ayala Ryan McGraw * Ryan McGraw

Games 59 39 40 54 54 56 57 63

Avg. .411 .405 .417 .417 .379 HR 19 15 18 13 21 17 20 21 14 RBI 52 60 65 74 58 58 72 82 80 Hits 66 82 97 89 92 99 96 Hits 44 72 63 74 74 63 82 75 59 2B 18 24 22 25 3B 8 5

SB-A 45-51 25-26 25-26 32-45 32-42 33-36 63-70 45-57

2008 2009 2010 2011

Scott Woodward Rico Noel Rico Noel Scott Woodward

64 63 65 55

42-51 48-51 56-69 31-35

2005 Mike Costanzo 2010 Ryan Connolly * 2011 Ryan Connolly

Player App. IP ER ERA Bobby Hargett 14 82.0 25 2.74 Chris Herndon 14 83.0 25 2.71 Scott Sturkie 20 115.2 32 2.49 Steven Carter 18 116.2 39 3.01 Nick McCully 28 73.0 17 2.10 Matt Rein 18 74.0 17 2.07

Year 1986 1988 1989 1990 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Kevin Thomas Buddyy Hargett Buddy Hargett Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Don Deubel Rett Johnson Steven Carter Steven Carter Steven Carter Bobby Gagg Nick McCully Cody Wheeler Anthony Meo

Year 1986 1989 1990 1998 1999 2000 2009 2010 2011

Victories

App. 16 13 14 16 20 23 23 18 20 22 17 24 15 18

Strikeouts

Player App. IP Kevin Thomas 16 95.2 Randy Stokes 16 108.0 Randy Stokes 20 111.0 Ron Deubel 20 117.2 Ron Deubel 23 130.2 Rett Johnson * 24 133.1 Cody Wheeler 15 91.2 Cody Wheeler 18 111.1 Anthony Meo 16 108.1

Innings Pitched

Year 1989 1990 1998 1999 2000 2002 2007 2009 2010 2011

Player Randy Stokes Randy Stokes Ron Deubel Ron Deubel Rett Johnson Steven Carter Bobby Gagg Cody Wheeler Cody Wheeler Anthony Meo

Year 1987 1989 1990 1991 1993 1998 1999 2004 2005 2008 2010

Player Matt Logue Matt Logue Robbie Jordan Dave Ioriano Chris Wilson Kit Kadlec Ki Kadlec Byron Binda Mike Costanzo Pete Andrelczk Austin Fleet

Year 1987 1989 1991 1993 1999 2003 2004

Player Matt Logue Matt Logue Dave Ioriano Chris Wilson Ki Kadlec Bobby Waack Byron Binda

Saves

App. 16 20 20 23 24 18 17 15 18 16

App. 26 24 16 28 24 29 34 34 37 30 31

Appearances

W 11 9 8 8 11 13 9 11 11 12 12 10 10 13 SO 92 86 103 136 132 151 98 113 115 IP 108.0 111.0 117.2 130.2 133.1 116.2 112.0 91.2 111.1 108.1

IP S 48.1 6 40.2 10 18.0 4 42.2 6 24.0 7 41.2 9 46.0 13 62.2 9 55.0 14 48.0 9 60.0 8

App. 26 24 28 24 34 31 34

IP 48.1 40.2 42.2 24.0 46.0 77.2 62.2

55.0 50.1 40.2

TEAM

Earned Run Average

Year 1988 1994 1999 2002 2009 2011

37 40 32

Year 1988 1989 1990 1992 1996 1999 2001 2007 2008 2009

Batting Average

Year 1988 1990 1991 1994 1996 1999 2001 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Year 1988 1989 1990 1994 1997 2001 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010 * 2011 Year 1989 2007 2009 2011 Year 1989 1990 2010 2011 Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1996 1999 2001 2002 2003 2005 2008

Hits-AB 482-1534 472-1552 597-1931 627-1907 552-1761 630-1966 712-2159 679-2116 726-2242 710-2157

Runs Scored Games 47 59 65 54 53 58 62 66 63 64 63 65 62

Home Runs Games 47 46 59 54 54 62 63 63 64 63 65 62

Doubles

Games 46 63 63 62

Triples

Games 46 59 65 62

Stolen Bases Games 46 59 65 60 56 53 58 62 63 63 66 64

Avg. .314 .304 .309 .329 .313 .320 .330 .321 .324 .329 Runs 348 389 359 534 403 447 482 496 455 524 522 603 412 HR 57 56 55 47 58 64 63 79 96 86 111 51 2B 75 119 147 129 3B 14 16 18 19 SB 72 158 159 126 118 115 122 138 192 155 106 105

2009 2010

63 65

121 161

Earned Run Average

Year 1989 1992 1999 2002 2003 2007 2009 2010 2011

IP 329.1 508.0 505.1 547.1 557.2 562.2 555.0 584.0 567.1

ER 182 243 209 207 221 227 249 229 187

ERA 4.17 4.31 3.72 3.40 3.57 3.63 4.04 3.53 2.97

Strikeouts

Year 1989 1992 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2009 2010 2011

Games 46 50 60 58 57 63 63 63 63 65 62

SO 271 344 495 510 471 406 508 488 456 530 478

Fielding Percentage

Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 2001 2002 2003 2007

PO 1347 - 1173 - 1450 1524 1307 1642 1673 1688

A 573 - 566 - 534 516 529 723 691 703

E 73 - 84 - 83 81 53 88 73 72

Pct. .963 .959 .954 .959 .959 .971 .972 .964 .970 .971

* - Indicates a Big South single-season record

CCU AS NCAA SEASON STAT LEADER TOTAL STOLEN BASES

Year 2002 2009 2010

Player G Ryan McGraw 60 Rico Noel (co-leader) 63 Rico Noel 65

SB-A. 63-63 48-51 56-69

BASE ON BALLS/Game

Year Player 2005 Mike Costanzo

G 66

BB Avg. 68 1.03

TOTAL BASE ON BALLS

Year Player 2005 Mike Costanzo

G 66

BB 68

TEAM TOTAL STOLEN BASES

Year Player 2002 COASTAL 2003 COASTAL

G 63 63

SB-A. 192-222 155-197

TEAM WINNING PCT.

Year Player 2010 COASTAL

W - L 55-10

Pct. .846

TEAM MOST IMPROVED

Year Player 2007 COASTAL

From To Diff. 30-27 50-13 +17

43


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l

C o a s t al i n the Year l y NCA A S t ats

( 2 0 0 0 - p r es . - To p 4 0 f i ni s h es O N LY )

Category 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Batting Average................. — 13th/.330 — — — — — 12th/.321 22nd/.324 29th/.329 — Scoring (Runs/Gm)............. — 30th/7.77 — — — 34th/7.5 — 33rd/7.2 22nd/8.2 30th/8.3 — Runs Scored (Total)............ — — — — — — — — 111th/524 14th/522 4th/603 HIts (Total)......................... — — — — — — — — 10th/726 17th/710 21st/732 Doubles/Gm....................... — 8th/2.47 — — — — — — 23rd/2.33 38th/2.33 — Doubles (Total)................... — — — — — — — — 10th/149 10th/147 22nd/147 Triples/Gm......................... — — — — — — — — — — — Triples (Total)..................... — — — — — — — — — — — Home Runs/Gm.................. — — — — — — — 20th/1.17 12th/1.5 38th/1.37 6th/1.68 Home Runs (Total).............. — — — — — — — — 10th/96 27th/86 3rd/111 Slugging Pct...................... — 19th/.507 — — — — — 10th/.495 — 22nd/530 9th/.533 Stolen Bases/Gm................ 20th/2.10 13th/2/23 3rd/2.46 4th/2.46 — — — — — 21st/1.92 8th/2.44 Stolen Bases (Total)............ — — 1st/192 1st/155 — — — — 19th/105 9th/121 3rd/161 Base on Balls (Total)........... — — — — — — — — 11th/306 21st/288 9th/310 Sac Bunts (Total)................ — — — — — — — — 6th/71 6th/66 5th/71 Hit by Pitch (Total)............. — — — — — — — — 33rd/81 — — Sac Flies (Total).................. — — — — — — — — 15th/35 14th/35 — ERA.................................... — — 8th/3.40 19th/3/57 — — — 18th/3.63 32nd/4.24 10th/4.04 8th/3.53 Most Strikeouts/9............... — — — — — — — — — — 33rd/8.2 Fewest Hits Allowed /9....... — — — — — — — — — 12th/8/63 7th/8.37 Fewest Walks Allowed/9..... — — — — — — — — — — — Fielding Pct........................ — — — 22nd/.970 — — — 39th/.971 — — — Double Plays/Gm................ — — — — — — 34th/1.0 — — — — Double Plays (Total)........... — — — — — — — — 23rd/60 — — W-L Pct.............................. — 34th/.677 24th/.698 14th/.714 — 6th/.758 — 4th/794 5th/.781 7th/.746 1st/.846 (42-20) (44-19) (44-18) (50-16) (50-13) (50-14) (47-16) (55-10) 55 wins also led the NCAA

C h a n ts i n the Year ly NCA A S t ats

44

2000 Rett Johnson

34th

2001 Scott Sturkie Chris Carter

12th-t Victories 24th Batting Average

ERA

David Sappelt 30th 2.70 Chris Raber 37th 13 .417 2008 Scott Woodward 2nd

• ranks 10th (tied) in NCAA for single season

Scott Woodward Scott Woodward Scott Woodward Scott Woodward Scott Woodward Bobby Gagg David Sappelt Scott Woodward Scott Woodward David Sappelt Nick McCauley David Anderson David Sappelt David Anderson Dock Doyle Dock Doyle Dock Doyle David Anderson Joey Haug

4th 5th 6th 9th 9th 9th 12th 13th 13th 13th 20th 21st 30th 32nd 33rd 34th 37th 37th 37th

On Base Pct. Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Runs Stolen Bases Fewest Walks Total Bases Runs Walks Doubles Victories Home Runs Hits Home Runs RBI Total Bases Doubles Total Bases Fewest Hits

Rico Noel Rico Noel Nick McCully David Anderson Nick McCully David Anderson Scott Woodward Taylor Motter Rico Noel Cody Wheeler Rico Noel David Anderson Anthony Meo David Anderson Anthony Meo David Anderson David Anderson David Anderson

1st 4th 7th 7th 10th 20th 20th 22nd 22nd 22nd 23rd 30th 31st 32nd 33rd 36th 38th 39th

Stolen Bases Stolen Bases ERA RBI Fewest Hits Home Runs Stolen Bases Sac Bunts Sac Bunts Victories Runs RBI Victories Total Bases ERA Slugging Pct. Walks Home Runs

Ryan McGraw Ryan McGraw Steven Carter Justin Owens Justin Owens Ryan McGraw Justin Owens

1st 2nd 20th 20th 29th 35th 40th

Stolen Bases Stolen Bases Victories Batting Average Doubles Runs Stolen Bases

63 1.05/gm 11 .417 0.42/gm 1.2/gm 0.54/gm

2003

Ryan McGraw Steven Carter Jeff Baker Ryan McGraw Justin Sturge

5th 12th 13th 14th 25th

Stolen Bases Victories Walks Walks Victories

0.71/gm 11 0.85/gm 0.84/gm 10

2004

Steven Carter 10th Mike Costanzo 12th Mike Costanzo 12th Brett Grandstrand 17th Mike Costanzo 28th Mike Costanzo 29th Byron Binda 29th

Victories Home Runs Slugging Pct. Sac Hits Walks RBI Saves

2005

Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Mike Costanzo Ricky Shefka Chris Todd

1st 1st 7th 7th 31st

Walks Walks Saves Victories Hit by Pitch

2006 Adam Vrable

4th

Sac Bunts

2007 Dom Duggan

2nd

Sac Bunts

12 0.34/gm .740 0.24/gm 0.81/gm 1.19/gm 9 2009 1.03/gm 68 14 12 0.31/gm 0.35/gm 0.43/gm 27 0.38/gm 12 0.32/gm 23 total

• ranks 4th (tied) in NCAA for single season

Dom Duggan

• ranks 3rd (tied) in NCAA for single season

Matt Rademacher 4th

• ranks 19th (tied) in NCAA for single season

Bobby Gagg Derek Martin Chris Raber

2nd

7th 11th 23rd

Sac Bunts Sac Bunts Victories Sac Bunts Home Runs

* * *

Hit by Pitch *

2002

Triples Home Runs

2011 — — 23rd/412 — 34th/2.08 23rd/129 — — 25th/0.82 17th/51 — 31st/1.65 16th/102 — 6th/81 17th/87 — 18th/2.97 — 12th/7.79 — — — — 26th/.677 (42-20)

( 2 0 0 0 - p r es . - To p 4 0 f i ni s h es O N LY )

0.11/gm 2010 Rico Noel 0.27/gm Scott Woodward Anthony Meo 30 total Rico Noel Scott Woodward .540 Scott Woodward 42 total Scott Woodward 0.47/gm Scott Woodward 82 total Cody Wheeler 0.66.gm Rico Noel 1.06/nine Rico Noel 175 Jose Iglesias 1.28/gm Scott Woodward 58 ttoal Cody Wheeler 25 total Scott Woodward 10 total Tommy La Stella 20 total Anthony Meo 96 total Scott Woodward 0.33.gm 72 total 2011 Scott Woodward 164 Scott Woodward 22 total Scott Woodward 163 Hayes Orton 7.16/nine Scott Woodward Tommy La Stella 48 total Tommy La Stella 0.76/gm Tommy La Stella 2.10 Tommy La Stella 82 total Tommy La Stella 6.41/nine Tommy La Stella 21 total Hayes Orton 30 total Anthony Meo 13 total Anthony Meo 13 total Tommy La Stella 10 Taylor Motter 75 total Scott Woodward 1.3/gm Matt Rein 9 Tommy La Stella 161 2.93 .732 45 total 0.33/gm

1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 8th 9th 16th 17th 22nd 28th 29th 29th 30th

Stolen Bases Stolen Bases Wins Stolen Bases Sac Bunts Sac Bunts Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Wins Runs Sac Flies RBI Runs Strikeouts Hit by Pitch Toughest to K ERA Walks

56 total 55 total 13 0.86/gm 19 total 0.3/gm 0.86/gm 25 total 12 82 total 8 total 93 total 75 total 113 total 0.39/gm 1/16.4 AB 2.61 47 total

6th 7th 9th 9th 11th 11th 14th 17th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 24th 29th 29th 38th 38th 39th

Hit by Pitch 22 total Hit By Pitch 0.4/gam Stolen Bases 31 total Sac Bunts 19 total Stolen Bases 0.56/gam Total Bases 157 total RBI 70 Hits 92 total Slugging Pct. .680 Batting Average .398 RBI 1.15/gm Sac Bunts 0.31/gm Strikeouts 115 total Wins 10 Home Runs 14 Base on Balls 46 total On Base Pct. .480 ERA 2.07 Home Runs 0.23/gm


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C oa s t al C ar olina S eason Record B ook

GAMES

1. 3. 5.

Mike Costanzo, 2005 Michael DeJesus, 2005 Rico Noel, 2010 Daniel Bowman, 2010 Chris Todd, 2005 Ed Fortney, 1991 Nine Players

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

Steve Billingsly, 1978 Tony Maggard, 1981 Denny Woods, 1985 Justin Owens, 2002 Chris Carter, 2001 Mickey Brantley, 1983 Rickey Grice, 1983 Kirt Manwaring, 1986 Dorian Cameron, 1998 Bruce Franklin, 1980

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

David Sappelt, 2007 David Sappelt, 2008 Daniel Bowman, 2010 Brandon Powell, 2003 David Anderson, 2008 Brandon Powell, 2002 Tommy La Stella, 2010 Ryan McGraw, 2003 Chris Todd, 2005 Dock Doyle, 2008 Michael DeJesus, 2005

1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Rico Noel, 2010 Scott Woodward, 2008 Scott Woodward, 2010 Rico Noel, 2009 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Kirt Manwaring, 1986 Ryan McGraw, 2002 Chris Todd, 2005 Rickey Grice, 1983 Mickey Brantley, 1983 Frank Talotta, 1983

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

David Sappelt, 2007 Dorian Cameron, 1998 David Sappelt, 2008 Tommy La Stella, 2010 Tommy La Stella, 2011 Tommy Baldridge, 2007 Brandon Powell, 2003 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Dock Doyle, 2008 Terry Spires, 1987

1. 2. 3. 7. 10.

David Sappelt, 2008 Justin Owens, 2002 Taylor Motter, 2010 Dock Doyle, 2008 Brandon Powell, 2003 Chris Carter, 2001 Chance Gilmore, 2010 Terry Spires, 1987 Mike Costanzo, 2004 Adam Rice, 2009 Dom Duggan, 2007 Brett Grandstrand, 2004 Randy McGarvey, 2002 Chris Pond, 1995

1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

Tony Spires, 1987 David Sappelt, 2007 Brandon Powell, 2002 Steve Billingsley, 1978 Chance Gilmore, 2009 Mark Romer, 1990 Mark Romer, 1989 Gary Gilmore, 1980 Many tied with Last: Tommy La Stella, 2011

BATTING AVERAGE

AT BATS

RUNS

HITS

DOUBLES

TRIPLES

66 66 65 65 65 65 64

.441 .424 .422 .417 .417 .415 .412 .411 .411 .410

276 275 262 253 252 247 246 245 244 243 243

82 82 75 75 74 73 72 70 70 67 67

99 97 96 93 92 92 92 91 90 90

25 24 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20

8 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 4

HOME RUNS

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

John Rigos, 1983 David Anderson, 2009 Mike Costanzo, 2004 David Anderson, 2008 Kirt Manwaring, 1986 Mickey Brantley, 1983 David Sappelt, 2008 Jeremy Samatas, 1998 Chris Raber, 2007 Jose Iglesias, 2010 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Adam Keim, 2002

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

David Anderson, 2009 Jose Iglesias, 2010 Mike Costanzo, 2004 Dock Doyle, 2008 Michael DeJesus, 2005 Tommy La Stella, 2011 David Sappelt, 2008 Frank Talotta, 1983 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Tommy La Stella, 2010

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

Tony Maggard, 1981 Kirt Manwaring, 1986 Mickey Brantley, 1983 Denny Woods, 1985 John Charboneau, 1985 Mike Costanzo, 2004 Kirt Manwaring, 1985 David Anderson, 2009 Greg Brown, 1984 Justin Owens, 2002

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

Mike Costanzo, 2005 Scott Woodward, 2008 Ryan McGraw, 2003 Jeff Baker, 2003 Buddy Cribb, 1991 Mike Costanzo, 2004 Michael DeJesus, 2005 Scott Woodward, 2010 Ed Fortney, 1991 Taylor Motter, 2011 Chris Todd, 2005 Ryan McGraw, 2001

RUNS BATTED IN

SLUGGING Pct,

WALKS

ON BASE Pct.

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

Scott Woodward, 2008 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Kevin Schnall, 1999 Bobby Morgan, 1985 John Charboneau, 1985 Ricky Grice, 1983 Jason Vindich, 1996 Steve Billingsly, 1978 Charles Hendrick, 1979 Kirt Manwaring, 1986

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

Ryan McGraw, 2002 Rico Noel, 2010 Scott Woodward, 2010 Rico Noel, 2009 Steve Billingsley, 1978 Ryan McGraw, 2003 Mark Romer, 1990 Scott Woodward, 2008 Gary Gilmore, 1979 Rickey Grice, 1983 Steve Billingsley, 1977

STOLEN BASES

22 21 21 20 19 19 18 18 17 16 16 16

82 80 74 72 72 70 70 68 67 66

.824 .802 .797 .765 .748 .740 .734 .732 .729 .706

68 58 53 52 51 50 49 47 47 46 46 46

.540 .525 .515 .512 .506 .504 .503 .500 .500 .496

63 56 55 48 47 45 45 42 42 37 37

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

ERA

Marc Goldberg, 1980 Brent Byer, 1977 Jordan Coons, 2001 Steve Smith, 1979 Ken Filpi, 1979 Ken Tomko, 1980 Joe Stethers, 1977 Matt Rein, 2011 Brian Aviles, 1982 Nick McCully, 2009 Steve Smith, 1980 Ryan Connolly, 2010 Anthony Meo, 2011

0.89 0.97 1.38 1.48 1.99 2.00 2.05 2.07 2.09 2.10 2.12 2.15 2.16

ERA (Division I Only)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Jordan Coons, 2001 Matt Rein, 2011 Nick McCully, 2009 Ryan Connolly, 2010 Anthony Meo, 2011 Joey Haug, 2008 Scott Sturkie, 1999 Paul Alexander, 1990 Dave Brink, 1990 Josh Conway, 2011 Rett Johnson, 2000 Chris Herndon, 1994 Bobby Hargett, 1988

1. 5. 9.

Anthony Meo, 2010 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Ron Deubel, 1999 Steve Smith, 1979 Cody Wheeler, 2010 Bobby Gagg, 2007 Ricky Shefka, 2005 Steven Carter, 2004 Steven Carter, 2003 Steven Carter, 2002 Brian Fischer, 2001 Randy Stokes, 1990 Kevin Thomas, 1986 Mark Clemons, 1983 Steve Smith, 1980

1. 2. 3. 5. 10.

Mike Costanzo, 2005 Kit Kadlec, 1999 Matt Logue, 1989 David Anderson, 2007 Pete Andrelczyk, 2008 Byron Binda, 2004 Kit Kadlec, 2000 Kit Kadlec, 1998 Matt Logue, 1988 Austin Fleet, 2010 Nick McCully, 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 11.

Ryan Connolly, 2010 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Kit Kadlec, 1999 Matt Laney, 2010 Byron Binda, 2004 Ryan Connolly, 2011 Austin Fleet, 2010 Brian Waack, 2003 Pete Andrelczyk, 2008 Byron Binda, 2002 Joey Haug, 2008 David Anderson, 2007 Josh Fish, 2003 Byron Binda, 2003 Justin Sturge, 2002 Kit Kadlec, 1998 Justin Sturge, 2001

WINS

SAVES

APPEARANCES

1.38 2.07 2.10 2.15 2.16 2.28 2.49 2.55 2.56 2.69 2.70 2.71 2.74

13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

14 13 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8

40 37 36 34 34 32 31 31 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 29 29

GAMES STARTED

1. 3. 6.

Steven Carter, 2003 Mike Davis, 1992 Steven Carter, 2002 Scott Sturkie, 2000 Ron Deubel, 1999 Cody Wheeler, 2010 Bobby Gagg, 2007 Andy DeLaGarza, 2007 John Mariotti, 2007 Jake Hurry, 2005 Justin Sturge, 2003 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Rett Johnson, 2000

1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

Steve Smith, 1980 Mike Campagno, 1994 Steve Smith, 1979 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Mickey Lincoln, 1992 Ron Deubel, 1998 Chris Hanrahan,1994 Bobby Hargett, 1988 Bob Buckley, 1985 Marc Goldberg, 1980

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

Rett Johnson, 2000 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Ron Deubel, 1999 Steve Smith, 1980 Steven Carter, 2004 Ricky Shefka, 2005 Ron Deubel, 1998 Steven Carter, 2002 Scott Sturkie, 2000 Scott Sturkie, 1999

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

Rett Johnson, 2000 Ron Deubel, 1998 Scott Sturkie, 2001 Ron Deubel, 1999 Steven Carter, 2004 Anthony Meo, 2011 Cody Wheeler, 2010 Steven Carter, 2003 Scott Sturkie, 1999 Scott Sturkie, 2000

19 19 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

COMPLETE GAMES

INNINGS PITCHED

11 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6

133.1 132.2 130.2 126.0 122.2 117.2 117.2 116.2 116.1 115.2

STRIKEOUTS

151 136 133 132 116 115 113 110 106 105

OPP. BA (Div I Only)

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

Nick McCully, 2009 Aaron Burke, 2011 Paul Alexander, 1990 Matt Rein, 2011 Rett Johnson, 2000 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Joey Haug, 2008 Jim Birmingham, 2011 Jordan Coons, 2011 Cody Wheeler, 2009 Byron Binda, 2005 Anthony Meo, 2011 Anthony Meo, 2010 Glenn Fortner, 1987 Byron Binda, 2004

.197 .208 .208 .210 .215 .217 .220 .220 .221 .222 .226 .228 .230 .230 .231

45


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l Ye a rC-By oas-Yea t a l rC C a rha olina n ticleer Career S t atis Record tical Book Lead er s

BATTING AVERAGE

1. Terry Spires, 1986-87 Kirt Manwaring, 1984-86 3. Mickey Brantley, 1981-83 4. Frank Talotta, 1982-83 5. Tommy La Stella, 2010-11 6. Bruce Franklin, 1979-81 7. Greg Streett, 1987-88 8. John Kay, 1985-87 Denny Woods, 1984-85 10. Greg Brown, 1983-84 11. Jason Vindich, 1996-97 Walt Parmenter, 1979-80 13. Chris Todd, 2004-05 14. Myrle Grose, 1989-90 15. John Charboneau, 1984-85 Tony Maggard, 1981-82 17. Kevin Schnall, 1998-99 Jeremy Samatas, 1997-98 19. Steve Billingsley, 1977-78 20. Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08

46

(250 AB)

GAMES

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10. 12.

Brandon Powell. 2000-03 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Chris Raber, 2004-07 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Chris Pond, 1992-95 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Chris Carter, 1998-01 Justin Owens, 1999-02 Robbie Jordan, 1987-90 David Anderson, 2006-09 Tony Spires, 1987-90

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

Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Chris Pond, 1992-95 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 Robbie Jordan, 1987-02 Chris Raber, 2004-07 Tony Spires, 1987-90 Taylor Motter, 2009-11 Adam Rice, 2008-10

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Luis Lopez, 1191-94 Robbie Jordan, 1987-90 Tony Spires, 1987-90 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Chris Pond, 1992-95 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 David Sappelt, 2006-08 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. Chris Raber, 2004-07 Justin Owens, 1999-02 Adam Rice, 2008-10 David Anderson, 2006-09 Stephen Turner, 1992-95 Mark Howle, 1987-90 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Adam Keim, 2000-02 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Taylor Motter, 2009-11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 16. 18. 19. 20.

Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Rico Noel, 2008-10 Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Justin Owens, 1999-02 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 Tony Spires, 1987-90 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 David Sappelt, 2006-08 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. Stephen Turner, 1992-95 Chris Raber, 2004-07 Chad Felty, 1999-02 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Adam Rice, 2008-10 David Anderson, 2006-09 Brooks Marzka, 1998-00 Rickey Grice, 1979-83 Chris Carter, 1998-01

GAMES STARTED

AT BATS

RUNS

.400 .400 .394 .390 .388 .375 .373 .371 .371 .370 .369 .369 .368 .367 .362 .362 .360 .360 .359 .358 239 230 230 228 224 224 218 207 207 205 205 200 200 230 228 224 223 220 211 200 200 198 185 185 880 874 789 780 777 762 739 738 729 726 711 708 703 702 698 694 660 659 644 643 251 232 187 179 175 171 169 166 160 154 153 153 151 151 151 144 144 143 140 139

HITS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. 11. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 David Sappelt, 2006-08 Justin Owens 1999-02 Robbie Jordan, 1987-90 Chris Pond, 1992-95 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 David Anderson, 2006-09 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Tony Spires, 1987-90 Adam Rice, 2008-10 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Stephen Turner, 1992-95 Mark Howle, 1987-90 Brooks Marzka, 1998-00 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. Chris Carter, 1998-01 Adam Keim, 2000-02 Chris Raber, 2004-07

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 11. 14.

Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Chris Pond, 1992-95 Justin Owens, 1999-02 Taylor Motter, 2009-11 Robbie Jordan, 1987-90 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Chris Carter, 1998-01 Adam Rice, 2008-10 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 David Sappelt, 2006-08 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Adam Keim, 2000-02 Dom Duggan, 2005-07 Scott Woodward, 2008-11

DOUBLES

TRIPLES

1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 10.

Tony Spires, 1987-90 Brandon Powell, 2000-03 David Sappelt, 2006-08 Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Mark Romer, 1989-90 Frank Talotta, 1982-83 Gary Gilmore, 1979-80 Mickey Brantley, 1981-83 Ricky Grice, 1979-83 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. Justin Owens, 1999-02 Kirt Manwaring, 1984-86 Tom Romano, 1977-80

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12.

David Anderson, 2006-09 Tom Romano, 1977-80 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. Kirt Manwaring, 1984-86 David Sappelt, 2006-08 John Rigos, 1981-83 Mark Howle, 1987-90 Jose Iglesias, 2008-10 Tommy La Stella, 2010-11 John Charboneau, 1984-85 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Denny Woods, 1984-85 Brooks Marzka, 1998-80

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 18. 19. 20.

Brandon Powell, 2000-03 David Anderson, 2006-09 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. David Sappelt, 2006-08 Adam Rice, 2008-10 Robbie Jordan, 1987-90 Adam Keim, 2000-02 Mark Howle, 1987-90 Kirt Manwaring, 1984-86 Jose Iglesias, 2008-10 Justin Owens, 1999-02 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Tommy La Stella, 2010-11 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Brooks Marzka, 1998-00 Rico Noel, 2008-10 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 Tony Spires, 1987-90

HOME RUNS

RUNS BATTED IN

303 283 264 254 251 249 249 248 246 241 236 233 239 229 223 217 215 214 211 210 210 65 58 54 53 51 48 47 45 45 45 44 44 44 43 13 12 11 11 10 10 10 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 50 48 45 40 37 33 33 31 29 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 186 184 184 167 166 157 154 153 149 147 144 141 139 137 136 136 136 134 133 129

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

TOTAL BASES

Brandon Powell, 2000-03 David Anderson, 2006-09 David Sappelt, 2006-08 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Daniel Bowman, 2009-pres. Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Robbie Jordan, 1987-90 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Adam Rice, 2008-10 Chris Pond, 1992-95

WALKS

Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Chris Raber, 2007-07 Luis Lopez, 1991-94 Taylor Motter, 2009-11 Tyler Bortnick, 2006-09 Tommy Baldridge, 2005-08 Rico Noel, 2008-10 Jon Humay, 1998-01

STOLEN BASES

Ryan McGraw, 2001-04 Scott Woodward, 2008-11 Rico Noel, 2008-10 Stephen Turner, 1992-95 Steve Billingsley, 1977-78 Justin Owens, 1999-02 Rickey Grice, 1979-83 Brandon Powell, 2000-03 Gary Gilmore, 1979-80 Jon Humay, 1998-01

ERA

(100 Inn. Pitched Min.)

ERA

(Since Joining NCAA D1)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Steve Smith, 1978-80 Anthony Meo, 2009-11 Joey Haug, 2007-08 Paul Alexander, 1990 Mark Clemons, 1981-83 Ken Tomko, 1980-83 Marc Goldberg, 1980-81 Ricky Shefka, 2005 Josh Conway, 2010-pres. Matt Rein, 2008-11 Matt Logue, 1986-89 Clint Harvey, 1978-79 Nick McCully, 2007-09 Tom Zmodosky, 1981-82 Dave Iorlando, 1989-92

Anthony Meo, 2009-11 Joey Haug, 2007-08 Paul Alexander, 1990 Ricky Shefka, 2005 Josh Conway, 2010-pres. Matt Rein, 2008-11 Matt Logue, 1986-89 Nick McCully, 2007-09 Dave Iorlano, 1989-92 Bobby Gagg, 2006-09 Chris Herndon, 1993-94 David Anderson, 2006-09 Mike Campagno, 1992-94 Austin Fleet, 2006-10 Dave Brink, 1990-91

WINS

1. Steven Carter, 2001-04 2. Scott Sturkie, 1998-01 3. Randy Stokes, 1987-90 Steve Smith, 1978-80 5. Anthony Meo, 2009-11 6. Cody Wheeler, 2008-10 Mark Clemons, 1981-83 8. Bobby Gagg, 2006-09 Bobby Hargett, 1986-89 10. Nick McCully, 2007-09 Jake Hurry, 2002-05 12. Rett Johnson, 1998-00 13. Austin Fleet, 2006-10 Bob Buckley, 1982-85 15. Matt Rein, 2008-11 . Byron Binda, 2002-05 Justin Sturge, 2000-03 Ron Deubel, 1998-99 19. Brian Fischer, 1999-02 Andy DeLaGarza, 2004-07

473 438 417 417 390 390 389 371 365 362 362 362 179 173 133 129 128 109 109 96 93 92 160 158 120 99 86 84 82 80 77 72 1.86 2.52 2.54 2.55 2.61 2.69 2.72 2.75 2.92 2.99 2.99 3.01 3.07 3.08 3.20 2.52 2.54 2.55 2.75 2.92 2.99 2.99 3.07 3.20 3.37 3.44 3.45 3.48 3.55 3.58 42 36 33 33 32 28 28 26 26 25 25 24 22 22 21 21 21 21 20 20

SAVES

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

Kit Kadlec, 1997-00 Matt Logue, 1986-89 Nick McCully, 2007-09 Mike Costanzo, 2003-05 Byron Binda, 2002-05 David Anderson, 2006-09 Pete Andrelczyk, 2006-08 Dave Iorlano, 1989-92 Chris Wilson, 1991-93 Austin Fleet, 2006-10

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

Byron Binda, 2002-05 Kit Kadlec, 1997-00 Matt Logue, 1986-89 Matt Rein, 2008-11 Justin Sturge, 2000-03 Scott Sturkie, 1998-01 Steven Carter, 2001-04 Austin Fleet. 2006-10 Nick McCully, 2007-09 Jake Hurry, 2002-05

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

Steven Carter, 2001-04 Mike Davis, 1991-94 Scott Sturkie, 1998-01 Andy DeLaGarza, 2004-07 Randy Stokes, 1987-90 Bobby Gagg, 2006-09 Rett Johnson, 1998-00 Anthony Meo, 2009-11 Cody Wheeler, 2008-10 Bobby Hargett, 1986-89

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Steven Carter, 2001-04 Scott Sturkie, 1998-01 Randy Stokes, 1987-90 Bobby Gagg, 2006-09 Andy DeLaGarza, 2004-07 Mike Davis, 1991-94 Bobby Hargett, 1986-89 Rett Johnson, 1998-00 Justin Sturge, 2000-03 Anthony Meo, 2009-11 Steve Smith, 1978-80 Jake Hurry, 2002-05 Cody Wheeler, 2008-10 Glenn Fortner, 1986-89 Mark Clemons, 1981-83 Austin Fleet, 2006-10 Bob Buckley, 1982-85 Ron Duebel, 1998-99 Bryon Binda, 2002-05 Mick McCully, 2007-09

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Scott Sturkie, 1998-01 Steven Carter, 2001-04 Randy Stokes, 1987-90 Rett Johnson, 1998-00 Justin Sturge, 2000-03 Anthony Meo, 2009-11 Cody Wheeler, 2008-10 Byron Binda, 2002-05 Ron Deubel, 1998-99 Mark Clemons, 1981-83 Bobby Gagg, 2006-09 Jake Hurry, 2002-05 Mike Davis, 1991-94 Andy DeLaGarza, 2004-07 Steve Smith, 1978-80

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

33 28 15 15 15 12 11 9 9 8

GAMES

117 109 94 91 88 80 78 76 75 74

GAMES STARTED

INNINGS PITCHED

68 57 57 56 53 46 46 45 43 43 450.1 416.2 404.1 339.0 331.0 328.2 298.0 295.2 295.0 281.2 278.1 273.0 268.2 264.2 259.0 251.0 249.0 248.1 244.2 216.2

STRIKEOUTS

OPP. BA

(NCAA Div I Only)

Nick McCully, 2009 Aaron Burke, 2011 Paul Alexander, 1990 Matt Rein, 2011 Rett Johnson, 2000 Mike Costanzo, 2005 Joey Haug, 2008 Jim Birmingham, 2011 Jordan Coons, 2011 Cody Wheeler, 2009 Byron Binda, 2005 Anthony Meo, 2011 Anthony Meo, 2010 Glenn Fortner, 1987 Byron Binda, 2004

400 389 305 302 278 277 276 274 268 234 227 226 208 203 202

.197 .208 .208 .210 .215 .217 .220 .220 .221 .222 .226 .228 .230 .230 .231


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l

C oa Yesat al r -By C ar -Yea olirna C ha Alnl-Time ticleerRos S t ter atis(ftical r o m avaLead i l a bl e rer e c ord s s) RALPH ALBANESE 1996, 15 g, 6-33, .182, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 2 sb PAUL ALEXANDER 1990, 19 g, 9-4, 2.55 era, 109.1 ip, 68 k KENT ALTMAN 2007-09., 54 g, 6-1, 2 sv, 3.63 era, 79.1 ip, 59 k DOUG AMES 1984, 14 g, 2-2, 2 sv, 3.32 era, 43.1 ip, 28 k AL ANCH 1977-78, 87 g, 73-284, .257, 6 hr, 45 rbi, 7 sb DANNY ANDERSON 1991, 7 g, 3-6, .500, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb DAVID ANDERSON 2006-09, 200 g, 241-702, .343, 50 hr, 184 rbi, 144 r DAVID ANDERSON 2006-09, 59 g, 13-6, 3.45 era, 148.2 ip, 87 k MATT ANDERSON 1990, 2 g, 0-0, .000, 0 hr, 0 bi, 0 sb MIKE ANDREAS 2003-05, 38 g, 1-1, 6.91 era, 41 k, 44 h, 1 sv PETE ANDRELCZYK 2006-08, 62 g, 8-2, 4.77 era, 90 k, 88.2 ip RICH AURICHIO 1989, 1 g, 0-0, 0.00 era, 0.2 ip, 0 k MARK AUSTRY 1997, 47 g, 41-123, .333, 2 hr, 21 rbi, 3 sb BRIAN AVILES 1982-83, 25 g, 14-3, 1 sv, 3.32 era, 157.1 ip, 135 k RICARDO AYALA 1998-99, 108 g, 80-294, .272, 0 hr, 34 rbi, 50 sb STEVE BAGBY 1996-97, 101 g, 108-360, .300, 23 hr, 98 bi, 23 sb DARRELL BAGWELL 1996, 18 g, 2-9, 1 sv, 5.14 era, 82.1 ip, 57 k MIKE BARBA 1978-79, 32 g, 11-5, 2 sv, 4.08 era, 125.2 ip, 112 k DUANE BARBON 1994-95, 25 g, 3-10, 6.79 era, 99.0 ip, 63 k JEFF BAKER 2002-03, 113g, 92-328, .280, 15 hr, 72 rbi, 9 sb TOMMY BALDRIDGE 2005-08, 207 g, 236-660, .358, 44 2b, 27 hr, 137 rbi ZACH BALDWIN 2003-04, 0-0, 24.1 ip, 24 g, 10.50 era, 29 k, 2 sv BARR 1995, 0-1, 1.0 ip, 1 g, 9.00 era, 1 K KYLE BEALL 2003, 42 g, .235, 1 hr, 7 rbi, 9 sb DUKE BECK 1987, 5 g, 0-1, 17.42 era, 10.1 ip, 3 k MICK BEDNARSKI 1987-90, 72 g, 32-122, .262, 0 hr, 17 rbi, 1 sb MARK BERGHELA 1984, 31 g, 8-27, .296, 0 hr, 4 bi, 5 sb STEVE BERGMAN 1991-94, 53g, 12-11, 2 sv, 5.87 era, 150.1 ip, 139k STEVE BILLINGSLEY 1977-78, 84 g, 113-315, .359, 2 hr, 47 rbi, 84 sb BYRON BINDA 2002-05, 117 g, 21-10, 15 sv, 3.68 era, 244.2 ip, 274 k BYRON BINDA 2002-05 2 g, 0-0, .000, 0 hr 0 rbi, 0 sb JIM BIRMINGHAM 2009-11, 42 g, 6-2, 0 sv, 5.64 era, 59.0 ip, 38 k BRETT BLANKS 1992-93, 43 g, 41-138, .297, 2 hr, 26 rbi, 6 sb TYLER BORTNICK 2006-09, 218 g, 246-738, .333, 24 hr, 133 rbi, 39 2b TONY BOUTON 1990, 21 g, 3-2, 3 sv, 3.23 era, 39.0 ip, 34 k TORRE BOWEN 1987-90, 119 g, 61-267, .228, 5 hr, 23 bi, 3 sb DANIEL BOWMAN 2009-pres., 185 g, 214-726, .295 avg, 40 hr, 166 rbi, 24 sb MIKE BRADLEY 1987-88, 9 g, 0-1, 10.05 era, 14.1 ip, 11 k LARRY BRADY 1984-85, 85 g, 31-109, .284, 0 hr, 16 rbi, 20 sb MICKEY BRANTLEY 1981-83, 107g, 156-396, .394, 26 hr, 91 rbi, 64 sb MICKEY BREWER 1985-88, 95 g, 68-264, .258, 3 hr, 35 rbi, 4 sb DAVE BRINK 1990-91, 36 g, 12-12, 2 sv, 3.58 era, 193.2 ip, 86 k JIM BROTHERTON 1981-82, 75 g, 73-240, .304, 9 hr, 55 rbi, 15 sb GREG BROWN 1983-84, 91 g, 107-289, .370, 19 hr, 107 rbi, 5 sb GREG BROWN 27 g, 8-6, 3 sv, 4.01 era, 98.2 ip, 93 k CLIFF BROWN 1986, 12 g, 4-9, .444, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JASON BRUMMITT 1993-94, 25 g, 1-0, 7.71 era, 39.2 ip, 14 k BOB BUCKLEY 1982-85, 57 g, 22-7, 4.55 era, 249.0 ip, 199 k DAVE BUKOWSKI 1988-89, 27 g, 9-42, .222, 2 hr, 7 rbi, 1 sb MIKE BURDEN 1978-79, 84 g, 58-193, .301, 8 hr, 48 rbi, 15 sb JASON BURGE 1995, 20 g, 2-1, 5 sv, 5.32 era, 23.2 ip, 14 k AARON BURKE 2011-pres., 28 g, 0-2, 0 sv, 3.15 era, 34.1 ip, 26 k DJ BURNS 2005-06, 84 g, 23-111, .207, 15 rbi, 3 2b BRENT BYER 1977-79, 15 g, 8-2, 1.60 era, 84.1 ip, 75 k DORIAN CAMERON 1998-99, 116 g, 167-471, .355, 8 hr, 83 rbi, 26 sb MIKE CAMPAGNO 1992-94, 54 g, 14-10, 1sv, 3.48 era, 186.0 ip, 97 k JOHN CANETTO 1992-95, 190 g, 193-626, .308, 21 hr, 112 rbi, 25 sb JOSH CARMICHAEL 1997, 6 g, 1-0, 6.48 era, 8.1 ip, 7 k KEVIN CARPIN 1987, 1 g, 0-0, 26.87 era, 0.2 ip, 0 k CHRIS CARTER 1998-01, 207 g, 211-622, .339, 23 hr, 124 rbi, 29 sb STEVEN CARTER 2001-04, 56 g, 42-12, 3.71 era, 450.1 ip, 389 k TODD CARY 1991-92, 93 g, 69-242, .285, 6 hr, 40 rbi, 7 sb JIM CASTELLANI 1983-84, 92 g, 90-270, .333, 8 hr, 42 rbi, 19 sb RICK CASTELLANI 1993-94, 83 g, 75-278, .270, 10 hr, 49 rbi, 10 sb KRIS CASTER 1998-01, 56 g, 9-6, 1 sv, 4.62 era, 138.1 ip, 124 k RICH CAUSEY 1992, 3 g, 0-2, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb KEN CHANDLER 1979-80, 87 g, 72-238, .303, 12 hr, 64 rbi, 7 sb JOHN CHARBONEAU 1984-85, 98 g, 100-276, .362, 28 hr, 84 rbi, 13 sb DAVID CHRONIGER 2001-02, 41 g, 25-94, .314, 2 hr, 17 rbi, 1 sb CHRIS CLAY 1997-98, 20 g, 1-3, 11.61 era, 33.1 ip, 32 k MARK CLEMONS 1981-83, 48 g, 28-6, 4 sv, 2.61 era, 259.0 ip, 234 k MARTY CONNER 1984, 9 g, 5-0, 1 sv, 4.30 era, 23.0 ip, 18 k ROBERT CONRADE 1985, 2 g, 0-1, 18.00 era, 2.0 ip, 0 k RYAN CONNOLLY 2010-pres., 72 g, 2.44 era, 3-1, 3 sv, 92.1 ip, 84 k JOSH CONWAY 2010-pres., 50 g, 30-136, .221, 4 hr, 21 rbi, 7 sb JOSH CONWAY 2010-pres., 39 g, 2.92 era, 10-2, 4 sv, 123.1 ip, 103 k JORDAN COONS 2011, 23 g, 5-3, 2 sv, 1.38 era, 45.2 ip, 28 k DALE CORBETT 1982, 4 g, 1-2, 4.11 era, 15.1 ip, 18 k MIKE COSTANZO 2003-05, 180 g, .356, 45 hr, 184 rbi, 45 2b MIKE COSTANZO 2003-05, 56 app., 15-5, 4.07 era, 121 k, 15 sv JEFF COX 1988, 4 g, 1-0, 1 sv, 8.31 era, 13.0 ip, 3 k JIMMY COUGHLIN 2011, 8 g, 0-0, 0 sv, 5.14 era, 7.0 ip, 6 k

ADAM KEIM

JUSTIN OWENS

RYAN McGRAW

TAYLOR MOTTER

DEREK COVELL 1994-95, 34 g, 4-8, 3 sv, 5.50 era, 90.0 ip, 43 k BUDDY CRIBB 1991, 64 g, 60-208, .288, 15 hr, 46 rbi, 10 sb TONY CROSSEN 1997-98, 35 g, 10-10, 1 sv, 6.50 era, 155.0 ip, 117 k CALEB CUEVAS 2009-11, 23 app, 4.45 era, 1-2, 2 sv, 30.1 ip, 31 k MARK DANIAL 1981 DARRIN DAVIS 1988, 42 g, 52-147, .354, 7 hr, 35 rbi, 12 sb JASON DAVIS 1999-00, 94 g, 76-262, .290, 2 hr, 34 rbi, 8 sb MICHAEL DAVIS 1991-94, 67 g, 19-23, 4.71 era, 328.2 ip, 208 k STEVE DAVIS 2009-10, 87 g, .315, 87-276, 14 2b, 5 hr, 46 rbi, 9 sb ERIC DECKER 1999-00, 41 g, 13-52, .250, 1 hr, 15 rbi, 1 sb MICHAEL DEJESUS 2004-05, 109 g, .333, 134 h, 12 hr, 73 bb STEFAN del PINO 2011, 10 g, 3-1, 0 sv, 5.26, 25.2 ip[, 17 k ANDY DELAGARZA 2004-07, 71 g, 20-14, 4.02 era, 203 k, 137 bb KEVIN DELANEY 1990-91, 17 g, 3-2, 1 sv, 6.67 era, 27.0 ip, 15 k JOHN DELDUCA 1982, 3 g, 1-1, 1 sv, 5.25 era, 12.0 ip, 9 k MIKE DESANTIS 1989, 11 g, 1-14, .071, 0 hr, 1 rbi, 1 sb RON DEUBEL 1998-99, 43 g, 21-10, 4.06 era, 1 sv, 248.1 ip, 268 k ADAM DEXTER 2009, 5 g, 3 ab SONNY DOGAN 1982-83, 95 g, 42-131, .321, 2 hr, 15 rbi, 43 sb SEAMUS DONOVAN 2001-03, 45 g, 15-11, 3.67 era, 216 ip, 153 k SEAMUS DONOVAN 2001-03, 1 g, 1 ab, 0 hr, 0 bi BRENDAN DOUGHERTY 1996-97 104 g, 99-343, .287, 2hr, 40 rbi, 5 sb DOCK DOYLE 2005-08, 118 g, 139-413, .337, 97 rbi, 47 bb SCOTT DUBROSKY 1988-91, 57 g, 18-79, .228, 0 hr, 5 rbi, 4 sb AARON DUCKETT 1979, 2 g, 0-0, 0.00 era, 2.2 ip, 4 k DOM DUGGAN 2005-07, 169 g, 179-563, .318, 44 2b, 15 hr, 75 rbi VAN DUKES 1995-96, 20 g, 0-1, 3 sv, 4.97 era, 41.2 ip, 23 k MIKE DUPERRON 1997, 20 g, 5-6, 7.05 era, 81.2 ip, 53 k JOSH EACHUES 2004-06, 72 g, 38-146, .260, 4 2b, 24 rbi JAKE ELLIFRITZ 2001, 23 g, 17-60, .286, 1 hr, 8 rbi, 1 sb STEVE ELLS 1994-96, 32 g, 10-10, 1 sv, 6.50 era, 146.2 ip, 71 k CHRIS ENGLAND 2004, 3 ap, 2.2 ip, 3 k, 7 h KEVIN ENTSMINGER 2005, 62 g, 34-114, .298, 24 rbi, 14 sb VINCE EPPOLITO 1999, 4 g, 0-0, 15.00 era, 3.0 ip, 6 k JERRY EPTON 1978, 2 g, 0-0, 4.50 era, 4.0 ip, 6 k ED EUCHLER 1977, 42 g, 36-131, .275, 0 hr, 32 rbi, 12 sb JIMMY EVANS 1989-90, 8 g, 2-0, 5.93 era, 13.2 ip, 8 k LARRY FARLEY 1985-87, 88 g, 66-237, .278, 6 hr, 43 rbi, 5 sb SHANE FAWCETT 1995, 34 g, 21-97, .216, 0 hr, 8 rbi, 3 sb SHANE FAWCETT 1995, 12 g, 0-0, 6.85 era, 20.0 ip, 9 k JEFF FEINGOLD 1992, 14 g, 1-1, 3.75 era, 36.0 ip, 34 k CHAD FELTY 1999-2002, 199 g, 176-569, .342, 25 hr, 123 rbi, 52 sb GREG FICARRO 1984, 10 g, 1-0, 2.13 era, 12.2 ip, 5 k JOHN FIDANZA 2011, 32 g, .231, 15-65, 10 r, 0 hr, 9 rbi KEN FILPI 1978-80, 33 g, 7-2, 1 sv, 3.34 era, 105.0 ip, 53 k BRIAN FISCHER 1999-2002, 66 g, 20-8, 3.69 era, 210.1 ip, 165 k BRIAN FISCHER 1999-2002, 1 g, 0-1 BOBBY FISH 1999, 54 g, 49-186, .263, 3 hr, 31 rbi, 13 sb JOSH FISH 2003-04, 49 g, 5-1, 3.49 era, 44 k, 19 er, 2 sv, 48.2 ip AUSTIN FLEET 2006, 08-10, 76 g, 22-9, 3.55 era, 167 k, 86 bb, 251.0 ip JON FOISY 2004-05, 102 g, .281, 102 h, 65 rbi, 4 hr GLENN FORTNER 1986-89, 52 g, 19-13, 1 sv, 5.71 era, 264.2 ip, 137 k ED FORTNEY 1991, 65 g, 65-217, .300, 0 hr, 25 rbi, 25 sb MIKE FORTUNA 1988, 36 g, 30-95, .316, 2 hr, 22 rbi, 1 sb COBY FOSTER 1996-97, 33 g, 26-62, .419, 1 hr, 18 rbi, 1 sb SCOTT FOWLER 1984-87, 177 g, 154-536, .287, 9 hr, 88 rbi, 18 sb BRUCE FRANKLIN 1979-81, 126 g, 136-363, .375, 20 hr, 80 rbi, 60 sb TUCKER FRAWLEY 2009-pres., 82 g, 48-190, .253, 2 2b, 5 hr, 27 rbi MIKE FUENTES 2005-06, 77 g, 59-233, .253, 2 hr, 43 rbi, 9 2b BOBBY GAGG 2006-09, 66 g, 26-10, 3.37 era, 227 k, 76 bb, 339.0 ip CHRIS GALEOTTI 1986, 8 g, 3-10, .300, 0 hr, 1 rbi, 0 sb JACKSON GEARY 2009-11, 18 g, 3.74 era, 1-0, 0 sv, 21.2, 18 k MARK GEBHARDT 1982, 6 g, 0-0, 1 sv, 10.13 era, 8.0 ip, 6 k JASON GENTRY 1997, 7 g, 1-3, 10.35 era, 20.0 ip, 13 k MARIO GIANFORTUNE 2000, 37 g, 40-121, .331, 2 hr, 16 rbi, 22 sb CHANCE GILMORE 2007-10, 169 g, 147-41, .299, 36 2b, 23 hr, 109 rbi GARY GILMORE 1979-80, 90 g, 100-283, .353, 9 hr, 42 rbi, 69 sb KEITH GLAUBER 1991, 46 g, 19-109, .174, 0 hr, 5 rbi, 8 sb ERIC GODSY 2007, 14 g, 2 rbi, 0-11, 2 bb BRAD GOLDBERG 2009-10, 18 g, 1-1, 3.98 era, 23 k, 20.1 ip MARC GOLDBERG 1980-81, 20 g, 13-4, 2.72 era, 112.1 ip, 67 k BRETT GORDON 2004, .282, 60 g, 13 2b, 8 hr, 42 rbi JARED GRAINGER 2004, 0-1, 3 ap, 11.12 era, 5.2 ip, 5 k BRETT GRANDSTRAND 2002-04, 173 g, .305, 15 hr, 107 rbi, 52 sb KEON GRAVES 2005, 21g, 5-19, 4 rbi, 3 sb DAVID GREEN 1979, 25 g, 18-44, .409, 0 hr, 15 rbi, 1 sb TODD GREGOR 1997, 15 g, 8-37, .216, 0 hr, 4 rbi, 1 sb RICKY GRICE 1979-83, 145 g, 161-465, .346, 17 hr, 85 rbi, 82 sb RICKY GRICE 2007-08, 24 g, 11-34, .324, 7 r, 4 rbi, 1 hr KYLE GRIFFITHS 1995, 33 g, 14-90, .156, 0 hr, 7 rbi, 1 sb MYRLE GROSE 1989-90, 103 g, 135-368, .367, 11 hr, 76 rbi, 32 sb JEREMIAH GROVE 2003-04, 83 g, .187, 5 2b, 1 hr, 21 rbi

47


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l

C oa Yesat a r -By l Ca -Yea r olirna C ha All-Time n ticleerRos S t ter atis(ftical r o m avaLead i l a bl e rer e c ord s s)

48

JOHN HAFL 1994, 2 g, 0-0, 45.00 era, 1.0 ip, 4 k ANTWAIN HAMAN 1997, 46 g, 43-137, .314, 6 hr, 25 rbi, 7 sb BRENT HAMM 1996, 1 g, 0-0, 36.00 era, 1.0 ip, 0 k TOMMY HANAHAN 1997, 3 g, 0-0, 9.53 era, 5.2 ip, 7 k CHRIS HANRAHAN 1991-92, 102 g, 120-362, .331, 11 hr, 71 rbi, 5 sb CHRIS HANRAHAN 1991-92, 28 g, 9-2, 4.12 era, 91.2 ip, 47 k KEITH HARDWICK 2009-1, 64 g, 27-166, .289, 27 r, 14 2b, 5 hr, 34 rbi LEE HARDWICK 1994, 14 g, 2-21, .095, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb SEAN HARDWICK 1993, 12 g, 2-4, 5.68 era, 44.1 ip, 24 k BOBBY HARGETT 1986-89, 57 g, 26-9, 3.81 era, 298.0 ip, 170 k DAMIEN HART 1997-98, 31 g, 2-7, 7.93 era, 76.0 ip, 53 k CLINT HARVEY 1978-79, 26 g, 11-3, 3.01 era, 125.2 ip, 98 k BRETT HARWOOD 1996, 50 g, 61-191, .319, 3 hr, 29 rbi, 9 sb TYLER HASBROUCK 2002-03, 87 g, 65-240, .271, 6 hr, 45 rbi, 2 sb JEFF HATCH 1991, 20 g, 4-4, 1 sv, 4.02 era, 87.1 ip, 40 k JEFF HATCH 1991, 49 g, 24-110, .218, 1 hr, 12 rbi, 7 sb JOEY HAUG 2007-08, 48 g, 8-0, 2.54 era, 86 h, 77 k STEVE HAWK 1992, 1 g, 0-0, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JOHN HECK 1984-86, 57 g, 39-107, .364, 1 hr, 26 rbi, 2 sb JOHN HECH 1984-86, 37 g, 12-3, 4.56 era, 116.1 ip, 68 k TYLER HERB 2011-pres., 17 g, 0-0. 0 sv, 4.33 era, 27.0 ip, 24 k CHARLES HENDRICK 1977-79, 132g, 134-434, .309, 7hr, 80 rbi, 72 sb CHRIS HERNDON 1993-94, 30 g, 13-3, 1 sv, 3.44 era, 149.0 ip, 94 k KEITH HESSLER 2009-11., 35 g, 3-3, 5.66 era, 1 sv, 62.0 ip, 49 k BILLIE HICKS 2003, .067, 1 2b, 2 rbi BRIAN HIGGS 1994, 8 g, 1-0, 8.44 era, 10.2 ip, 4 k AUSTIN HINKLE 2007, 0-0, 2.25 era, 3 g, 4 k TIM HOLMES 1987, 25 g, 17-79, .215, 2 hr, 9 rbi, 0 sb TIM HOLMES 1987, 8g, 1-1, 7.43 era, 40.0 ip, 17 k KEITH HOLMOK 1978, 28 g, 17-60, .283, 1 hr, 10 rbi, 11 sb TIM HORTON 1978, 16 g, 7-2, 1 sv, 3.22 era, 64.1 ip, 57 k BUCK HOSEA 1983-84, 97 g, 64-221, .290, 10 hr, 53 rbi, 25 sb MARK HOWLE 1987-90, 189 g, 217-694, .313, 31 hr, 147 rbi, 26 sb JUSTIN HUFF 2006, 18 g, 1-3, .333, 1 rbi MIKE HUGHES 2009, 5 g, 0-0, 7.20 era, 0 sv, 10.0 IP, 16 k JON HUMAY 1998-01, 195 g, 180-615, .293, 9 hr, 84 rbi, 72 sb EVAN HURLEY 1994-95, 71 g, 39-181, .215, 0 hr, 17 rbi, 3 sb JOE HURLEY 1979, 2 g, 0-3, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JAKE HURRY 2002-05, 74 g, 25-7, 4.19 era, 226 k, 1 sv BOBBY HUZZY 1995, 5 g, 0-2, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JOE IANNUCCI 1992, 4 g, 0-0, 12.26 era, 3.2 ip, 3 k JOSE IGLESIAS, 2008-10, 160 g, 156-493, .316, 37 2b, 29 hr, 141 rbi DAVE IORLANO 1989-92, 65 g, 10-5, 9 sv, 3.20 era, 112.1 ip, 88 k JAMIE IRIEL 1993-94, 101 g, 112-345, .325, 11 hr, 58 rbi, 13 sb JASON ISIDORE 1997-98, 61 g, 68-211, .322, 8 hr, 29 bi, 25 sb MIKE JACOBS 1982, 17 g, 2-8, .250, 0 hr, 1 rbi, 9 sb MIKE JACOBS 1995, 7 g, 0-1, 6.88 era, 17.0 ip, 13 k DAVE JACKSON 1983, 21 g, 7-23, .304, 1 hr, 1 rbi, 5 sb CHRIS JAROM 1988, 7 g, 0-5, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb CHAD JENKINS 2007, 2 g, 1.0 ip, 1 k, 1 er RANDY JENKS 1991, 9 g, 0-4, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb BRIAN JOHNSON 1991, 1 g, 0-0, 27.00 era, 1.0 ip, 0 k CASEY JOHNSON 2002, 2 g, 1-3, .333, 0 hr 0 rbi, 0 sb ERIC JOHNSON 1996, 14 g, 8-32, .250, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 1 sb LUKE JOHNSON 2000-01, 83 g, 56-212, .264, 4 hr, 31 rbi, 2 sb RETT JOHNSON 1998-00, 59 g, 24-11, 3.80 era, 295.2 ip, 302 k JACK JOLLY 1984-87, 48 g, 11-10, 1 sv, 5.39 era, 197.0 ip, 110 k ERIN JONES 2001, 5 g, 0-1, 10.12 era, 10.2 ip, 12 k ROBBIE JORDAN 1987-90, 205 g, 249-780, .319, 19 hr, 153 rbi, 10 sb ROBBIE JORDAN 1987-90, 16 g, 2-1, 4 sv, 6.00 era, 18.0 ip, 14 k BRYAN JOZEFOWICZ 1996-98, 106g, 73-275, .265, 1hr, 31 rbi, 17 sb CHUCK JUSTICE 1992, 13 g, 1-5, .200, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb KIT KADLEC 1997-00, 109 g, 11-7, 33 sv, 4.25 era, 171.2 ip, 159 k CHRIS KAISER 1989-91, 14 g, 1-2, 9.07 era, 39.2 ip, 19 k JOHN KAY 1985-86, 89 g, 105-283, .371, 14 hr, 72 rbi, 5 sb JOSH KEENER 2009-10, 16 g, 3-13 ab, .231, 7 r, 1 hr, 9 rbi ADAM KEIM 2000-02, 178 g, 210-659, .300, 27 hr, 149 rbi, 37 sb ADAM KEIM 2001-02, 19 g, 1-2, 3.18 era, 29.0 ip, 7 sv, 26 k CEDRIC KING 1993-94, 33 g, 10-41, .244, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 2 sb DUSTIN KING, 2008-09., 40 g, 20-50, .400, 16 rbi MIKE KING 1997, 5 g, 0-1, 1 sv, 6.43 era, 14.0 ip, 8 k KIP KINGSMORE 1989-90, 104 g, 100-323, .310, 19 hr, 73 rbi, 7 sb KEVIN KIRKLAND 1993-94, 29 g, 3-2, 1 sv, 7.49 era, 51.2 ip, 40 k CHRIS KLASKA 1996, 16 g, 4-2, 1 sv, 6.54 era, 53.2 ip, 46 k DAVE KLOSS 1997, 2 g, 0-0, 33.75 era, 1.1 ip, 1 k DUSTIN KOCA 2007, 14 g, .138, 4-29, 3 rbi DUSTIN KOCA 2007, 10 app, 2.13 era, 12.2 ip, 8 k, 3 er JOSH KOMNICK 2002, 18 g, 1-16, .062, 0 hr 1 rbi, 0 sb RICK KOSTECKI 1988-89, 16 g, 3-0, 4.88, 27.2 ip, 9 k CHRIS KOVACEVICH 2006, 3 g, 0-0, 32.40 era, 1 k, 2, bb, 1.2 ip FRED KOWALIK 1979-80, 81, g, 53-161, .329, 5 hr, 42 rbi, 6 sb KEITH KRAMER 1997, 6 g, 0-0, 7.94 era, 5.2 ip, 3 k

STEVEN CARTER

MIKE COSTANZO

BOBBY HARGETT

SCOTT STURKIE

JASON KROHN 2004, 38 g, .238, 19 rbi, 13 r, 9 sb CHRIS KUBAN 1990, 2 g, 0-0, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb AARON KUNDER 1989-93, 59 g, 5-8, 6 sv, 4.08 era, 117.0 ip, 58 k TOMMY LA STELLA 2010-11., 125 g, 185-477, .388, 29 2b, 28 hr, 136, rbi BOB LAMBERT 1991, 43 g, 12-83, .145, 3 hr, 5 rbi, 4 sb MAT LANEY 2010-pres., 34 g, 3-1, 4.93 era, 2 sv, 42.0 ip, 44 k DONALD LANDRUM 1977, 40 g, 40-127, .315, 1 hr, 26 rbi, 34 sb ERIK LARSON 1995, 9 g, 2-12, .167, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 0 sb GREG LEE 1980, 6 g, 2-0, 1 sv, 2.08 era, 17.1 ip, 16 k MITCH LEE 1997, 31 g, 14-60, .233, 2 hr, 11 bi, 1 sb PAUL LESZCZYNSKI 1990-92, 121g, 110-364, .302, 13hr, 58 rbi, 46 sb BRUCE LEVI 1980, 38 g, 30-89, .337, 6 hr, 19 rbi, 2 sb BOB LIEB 1977-78, 85 g, 87-288, .312, 9 hr, 56 rbi, 9 sb PAT LIGHTLE 1984, 1 g, 0-0, 0.00 era, 1.0 ip, 0 k MICKEY LINCOLN 1991-92, 28 g, 12-6, 3.62 era, 156.2 ip, 94 k JOSH LOFTIN 1996, 4 g, 0-0, 18.90 era, 3.1 ip, 0 k MATT LOGUE 1986-89, 94 g, 13-8, 28 sv, 2.99 era, 147.1 ip, 158 k DAN LOMBARDOZZI 2007-10, 23 g, 1-0, 8.31 era, 30.1 ip, 28 k ZACH LOPES 2011, 22 g, 5-33, .152, 1 2b, 0 hr, 2 rbi LUIS LOPEZ 1991-94, 230 g, 264-789, .335, 27 hr, 167 rbi, 30 sb JOE LOUIS 1980-83, 53 g, 13-6, 6 sv, 3.52 era, 184.1 ip, 188 k MARC LUTHER 1981, 10 g, 4-2, 1 sv, 4.25 era, 38.1 ip, 37 k KEVIN MADER 1989, 2 g, 0-0, 12.00 era 6.0 ip, 3 k TONY MAGGARD 1981-82, 86 g, 100-272, .362, 16 hr, 92 rbi, 9 sb JOHN MALATIA 1987, 10 g, 0-1, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb BRIAN MANSFIELD 2004, 3 ap, 2.70 era, 3.1 ip, 2 k, 3 h KIRT MANWARING 1984-86, 141 g, 196-490, .400, 37 hr, 144 rbi, 16 sb MIKE MARCAIDA 1998, 4 g, 0-2, 9.00 era, 13.0 ip, 10 k FRANK MARCIANTE 1997, 38 g, 38-110, .345, 4 hr, 22 rbi, 1 sb JOHN MARIOTTI 2006-07, 32 g, 32-105, .305, 6 hr, JOHN MARIOTTI 2006-07, 13-2, 4.65 era, 104 k KEVIN MARRIE 2004-06, 38 g, 9-10, 5.64 era, 101 k, 82 bb DEREK MARTIN 2004-08, 195 g, 168-609, .276, 6 hr, 107 rbi, 26 2b TRIPP MARTIN 2011-pres., 41 g, 23-111, 207, 8 2b, 2 hr, 13 rbi DOUG MARTY 1998-01, 106 g, 56-216, .259, 0 hr, 26 rbi, 2 sb BROOKS MARZKA 1998-00, 173 g, 215-642, .335, 27 hr, 136 rbi, 44 sb JONATHON MASON 2004, 17 g, 2 r, 2 ab JACOB MAY 2011-pres., 44 g, 29-141, 21 r, 6 2b, 3 3b, 0 hr, 13 rbi, 5 sb AARON MAYHEW 2001, 33 g, 17-51, .333, 0 hr, 7 rbi, 1 sb CREIGHTON McCALLUM 2007, 1 g, 1.0 ip, 1 k NICK McCULLY 2007-09., 75 g, 25-7, 3.07 era, 216.2 ip, 179 k BRIAN McCORD 1986, 26 g, 8-29, .276, 0 hr, 2 rbi, 2 sb RANDY McGARVEY 1999-2002, 164 g, 153-474, .302, 11 hr, 100 rbi, 14 sb RYAN McGRAW 2001-04, 230 g, .324, 15 hr, 179 rbi, 160 sb K.J. McALLISTER 2011, 16 g, 1-22, .045, 4 r, 0 2b, 1 3b, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 1 sb SCOTT McKINLEY 1984-85, 14 g, 5-4, 5.49 era, 39.1 ip, 28 k SCOTT McLAIN 2002, 1 g, 0-0, 13.50 era, 3.1 ip, 5 k DAVE MEDEIROS 1988-90, 64 g, 10-39, .256, 0 hr, 2 rbi, 1 sb LARRY MEDING 1989, 16 g, 12-42, .286, 4 hr, 7 rbi, 1 sb REGGIE MEDLIN 1990 1 g, 0-0, 9.00 era, 1.0 ip, 0 k JEREMIAH MEINERS 2007-pres., 25 app, 14.2 ip, 13 k, 13 er PAUL MENDE 1984, 28 g, 18-50, .360, 3 hr, 17 rbi, 1 sb ANTHONY MEO 2009-11, 51 g, 32-7, 2.52 era, 281.1 ip, 277 k AL MICHALOWSKI 1987-90, 133 g, 43-177, .243, 1 hr, 13 rbi, 12 sb SAM MILLER 1991, 15 g, 3-19, .158, 0 hr, 2 rbi, 0 sb CHRIS MISSLER 1991-92, 73 g, 59-226, .261, 9 hr, 46 rbi, 8 sb MIKE MOORE 1989, 14 g, 7-30, .233, 2 hr, 10 rbi, 2 sb BOBBY MORGAN 1984-85, 51 g, 72-179, .402, 4 hr, 38 rbi, 11 sb DANNY MORGAN 2005, 38 g, 25-95, .263, 5 2b, 3 hr, 22 rbi DARRYL MORHARDT 1984-85, 54 g, 39-123, .317, 3 hr, 24 rbi, 5 sb BOB MORIN 1978-81, 100 g, 45-148, .304, 4 hr, 17 rbi, 30 sb RODNEY MORRIS 1990, 6 g, 0-0, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JAMIE MORRISSEY 1991, 16 g, 4-23, .174, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 1 sb TAYLOR MOTTER 2009-11, 187 g, 195-643, .303, 53 2b, 18 hr, 110 rbi, 37 sb CAL MULLER 1996, 21 g, 12-50, .240, 3 hr, 13 rbi, 0 sb DAVID MULLINS 2011, 1 g, 99.00 ers, 0-0, 0 sv, 0.0 ip, 1 er RICK MURRAY 1983-85, 131 g, 99-363, .273, 8 hr, 61 rbi, 23 sb RICK MURRAY 1983-85, 25 g, 5-2, 5 sv, 3.18 era, 70.2 ip, 31 k RICHARD MYERS 1992-93, 6 g, 0-1, 30.84 era, 4.2 ip, 5 k PLOWDEN NELSON 1986, 11 g, 0-1, 2 sv, 5.40 era, 25.0 ip, 11 k PATRICK NICHOLS 2003-04, 52 g, .269, 2 hr, 13 rbi, 51b RANDY NIMMONS 1978-79, 33 g, 6-2, 10 sv, 3.52 era, 81.2 ip, 37 k RICO NOEL, 2008-10, 189 g, 196-637, .308, 40 2b, 22 hr, 134 rbi, 120 sb EVAN NOELL, 2008-10, 45 g, 17-75, .227, 6 2b, 1 hr, 12 rbi TIM OAKES 1995, 35 g, 38-135, .281, 1 hr, 15 rbi, 6 sb GREG ORSIMARSI 2001-04, 126 g, .210, 5 hr, 32 rbi, 10 sb HAYES ORTON 2010-11, 80 g, 77-263, .293, 56 r, 17 2b, 3 hr, 38 rbi, 9 sb PAT OVERTON 1987, 1 g, 0-1, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JUSTIN OWENS 1999-2002, 205 g, 249-708, .324, 26 hr, 149 rbi, 84 sb CHAD OXENDINE 2001-04, 198 g, .281, 4 hr, 97 rbi, 10 sb CHAD OXENDINE 2001-04, 2 g, 0-0, 7.71 era, 2.1 ip, 3 k FRANK PAINO 1979-82, 141 g, 84-292, .288, 5 hr, 39 rbi, 42 sb


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l

C oYe a sar t a-By l Ca -Yea r olirna C hanticleer All-Time Ros S t ter atis(ftical r o m avaLead i l a bl e rer e c osrd s ) WALT PARMENTER 1979-80, 91 g, 110-298, .369, 16 hr, 58 rbi, 21 sb DAVID PASTORS 1984-85, 26 g, 6-26, .231, 1 hr, 7 rbi, 1 sb TIM PAUGH 1978-80, 105 g, 59-206, .286, 4 hr, 30 rbi, 37 sb RON PAULS 1979, 1 g, 0-2, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 1 sb BRANT PEACHER 2006, 50 g, 53-182, .291, 13 2b, 5 hr, 31 rbi LANCE PERLMAN 1991, 7 g, 0-10, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb ADAM PERNASILICI 2003-05, .233, 7 hr, 34 rbi, 7 sb CHUCK PERRY 1984-85, 97 g, 101-299, .338, 9 hr, 81 rbi, 22 sb ZANE PETTY 2006, 3 g, 0-1, 7.36 era, 9 k, 10 bb, 7.1 ip BRIAN PHILLIPS 1992-93, 19 g, 0-0, 5.75 era, 31.1 ip, 28 k MIKE PHILLIPS 1988, 3 g, 0-1, 40.45 era, 2.2 ip, 1 k MIKE PICKERAL 1998, 2 g, 0-0, 8.59 era, 7.1 ip, 8 k JOHN PILATICH 1984-86, 27 g, 10-7, 4.90 era, 125.0 ip, 85 k STEVE PINOCCHIO 2002-03, 119 g, 99-397, .249, 4 hr, 56 rbi, 16 sb DAVE PISANO 1998, 7 g, 0-2, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb STEVE PODRAZA 1982, 43 g, 30-108, .278, 4 hr, 24 rbi, 0 sb CHRIS POND 1992-95, 224 g, 248-739, .336, 18 hr, 126 rbi, 37 sb FRED POOLE 1978, 32 g, 6-44, .136, 1 hr, 3 rbi, 9 sb BRANDON POWELL 2000-03, 239 g, 303-880, .344, 27 hr, 186 rbi, 80 sb DAVID POUTIER 2007, 11 g, .500, 2-4, 1 rbi DONNIE PRESLEY 2005-06, 24 g, 3-2, 4.45 era, 66.2 ip, 51 k MIKE PROCHASKA 1985-88, 180 g, 199-617, .323, 21 hr, 112 rbi, 21 sb JASON PRUITT 1992-93, 36 g, 16-44, .364, 0 hr, 4 rbi, 0 sb MIKE PRUITT 1982-83, 88 g, 92-244, .377, 11 hr, 56 rbi, 23 sb CHRIS RABER 2004-07, 228 g, 210-711, .295, 36 2b, 23 hr, 119 rbi MATT RADEMACHER 2006-07, 74 g, 67-201, .333, 12 2b, 45 rbi MATT RAGAN 1995-96, 96 g, 105-344, .305, 13 hr, 68 rbi, 8 sb ROB RAMBOW 1995, 43 g, 40-131, .305, 1 hr, 24 rbi, 3 sb LARRY RASKIN 1978, 40 g, 33-131, .252, 2 hr, 20 rbi, 22 sb DENNIS RAY 1995-96, 66 g, 47-183, .257, 2 hr, 28 rbi, 12 sb MATT REIN, 2008-11, 91 g, 21-3, 5 sv, 2.99 era, 189.1 ip, 142 k TOM REINISCH 1983, 19 g, 6-17, .353, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 0 sb ADAM RICE 2008-10, 188 g, 239-703, .340, 45 2b, 24 hr, 154 rbi JEFF RICHARD, 2008, 14 g, 0-0, 11 k, 16 er BOBBY RICHARDSON 1995-97, 56 g, 8-9, 2 sv, 6.59 era, 151.2 ip, 88 k RON RIGGLE 1989-90, 15 g, 0-1, 1 sv, 9.21 era, 28.1 ip, 17 k JOHN RIGOS 1981-83, 129 g, 128-376, .340, 33 hr, 104 rbi, 48 sb TRAVIS RISSER 2006-07, 39 app, 5-5, 4.18 era, 40 k, 29 bb, 56.0 ip, 6 sv MARK ROACH 1984, 5 g, 1-0, 3.60 era, 20.0 ip, 16 k MARK RODRIGUEZ 1999, 1 g, 0-0, 37.80 era, 1.2 ip, 3 k PAUL RODRIGUEZ, 2008-09, 1 g, 0-0, 1 k, 1 bb TIM ROMAINE 1990, 16 g, 7-31, .226, 0 hr, 2 rbi, 1 sb TOM ROMANO 1977-80, 167 g, 181-590, .307, 49 hr, 166 rbi, 43 sb MARK ROMER 1989-90, 103 g, 137-384, .357, 6 hr, 47 rbi, 66 sb BARRY ROOF 2000, 32 g, 16-58, .276, 0 hr, 5 rbi, 6 sb STEVE ROTH 1987-88, 27 g, 12-53, .226, 0 hr, 8 rbi, 2 sb JOSH RUSH 2000-01, 20 g, 2-2, 1 sv, 7.36 era, 22.0 ip, 8 k CHIP RUSSELL 1984-85, 18 g, 11-29, .379, 0 hr, 1 rbi, 0 sb JEREMY RYALS 2002,6 g, 0-3, .000, 0 hr 0 rbi, 0 sb DOUG SABBAGH 1978-80 125 g, 123-355, .346, 10 hr, 73 rbi, 62 sb MIKE SABBAGH 1978-80, 129 g, 113-377, .300, 9 hr, 79 rbi, 71 sb KEVIN SALMON 2005-06, 35 g, 5-5, 5.02 era, 71 k, 52 bb JEREMY SAMATAS 1997-98, 113 g, 153-425, .360, 22 hr, 103 rbi, 5sb RICH SANDERSON 1978-79, 18 g, 8-2, 4.62 era, 74.1 ip, 58 k DAVID SAPPELT 2006-08, 176 g, 251-729, .344, 33 hr, 157 rbi, 19 sb FRANK SARVER 1993-94, 109 g, 115-392, .293, 3 hr, 48 rbi, 43 sb FRED SCHEER 1985, 12 g, 5-2, 4.88 era, 38.2 ip, 18 k MATT SCHILLING 1993-94, 126-363, .347, 9 hr, 65 rbi, 12 sb LUKE SCHLECHTE 2010, 16 g, 5-23, .217, 1 2b, 6 rbi KEVIN SCHNALL 1998-99, 107 g, 124-344, .360, 8 hr, 81 rbi, 2 sb PETE SCHRAMKA 1990-92, 134 g, 117-378, .310, 9 hr, 58 rbi, 16 sb BRAD SCHUKA 1999, 56 g, 7-3, 2 sv, 4.45 era, 113.1 ip, 124 k SIMON SCOTT 1990-92, 62 g, 45-137, .328, 4 hr, 22 rbi, 3 sb JEFF SEFCIK 1988-89, 78 g, 82-261, .314, 16 hr, 66 bi, 3 sb TIM SHAW 1986-88, 114 g, 109-385, 14 hr, 68 rbi, 1 sb RICKY SHEFKA 2005, 17 g, 12-3, 2.75 era, 117.2 ip, 81 k JOHN SHIROKY 1978-80, 88 g, 71-197, .360, 8 hr, 55 rbi, 6 sb JASON SIMMONS 1999, 28 g, 5-32, .156, 0 hr, 8 bi, 2 sb MATT SKREPENAK 1993-94, 46 g, 23-100, .230, 1 hr, 8 rbi, 3 sb MARK SLOBODNIK 1990, 67-191, .351, 9 hr, 38 rbi, 13 sb ART SMITH 1984-86, 88 g, 96-277, .347, 11 hr, 54 rbi, 31 sb CRAIG SMITH 1991-92, 43 g, 10-31, .323, 0 hr, 4 rbi, 6 sb JEFF SMITH 1995-98, 61 g, 9-16, 2 sv, 7.01 era, 168.1 ip, 130 k KENNY SMITH 1982, 12 g, 3-9, .333, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 1 sb SCOTT SMITH 1995-96, 27 g, 7-8, 5.64 era, 105.1 ip, 53 k STEVE SMITH 1978-80, 44 g, 33-6, 2 sv, 1.86 era, 300.2 ip, 216 k STEVE SMITH 1978-80, 41 g, 29-102, .284, 5 hr, 17 rbi, 2 sb DAVE SNYDER 1979-80, 13 g, 2-3, 3.03 era, 38.2 ip, 34 k MORGAN SNOW, 2002, 18 g, 8-23, .348, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 0 sb STEVE SOJA 2000-03, 72 g, 7-2, 7 sv, 4.72 era, 89.2 ip, 71 k TERRY SPIRES 1986-87, 100 g, 170-425, .400, 12 hr, 88 rbi, 21 sb TONY SPIRES 1987-90, 200 g, 233-777, .300, 23 hr, 129 rbi, 41 sb

DAVID ANDERSON

DOCK DOYLE

BRETT GRANDSTRAND

NICK McCULLY

ASHLEY SPRINGS 1997, 18 g, 4-24, .167, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JERRY SPURRELL 1984, 3 g, 0-3, .000, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 0 sb JOE STETHERS 1977, 15 g, 10-3, 2.05 era, 103.2 ip, 95 k KIM STEVENS 1983-84, 92 g, 62-200, .310, 7 hr, 46 rbi, 28 sb KEITH STOHR 1982-83, 21 g, 3-1, 3 sv, 3.12 era, 40.1 ip, 24 k RANDY STOKES 1987-90, 68 g, 33-14, 4 sv, 3.85 era, 404.1 ip, 305 k TONY STOKES 2000, 27 g, 5-45, .111, 1 hr, 6 rbi, 0 sb BRENT STONE 1988-91, 34 g, 7-4, 4.89 era, 99.1 ip, 66 k RAY STORMS 1985, 12 g, 4-0, 4.68 era, 42.1 ip, 28 k GREG STREETT 1987-88, 96 g, 149-400, .373, 6 hr, 74 rbi, 9 sb DORSEY STRICKLAND 2004-06, 16 app, 0-0, 4.76 era, 6 k, 11 bb JUSTIN STURGE 2000-03, 88 g, 21-11, 3.70 era, 294 ip, 278 k SCOTT STURKIE 1998-01, 80 g, 36-20, 3.82era, 416.2 ip, 400 k PAUL SUMMERLIN 1986, 11 g, 1-1, 12.31 era, 19.0 ip, 12 k TOM SUTRYK 1983-86, 118 g, 118-384, .307, 10 hr, 68 rbi, 19 sb MATT SUTTON 2006, 51 g, 52-190, .274, 12 hr, 38 rbi, 14 sb TJ SWANK 2009, 15 g, 0-0, 5.79 era, 11 k, 18.2 ip JIM SWENSON 1997, 4 g, 0-0, 10.80 era, 3.1 ip, 1 k FRANK TALOTTA 1982-83, 107 g, 151-387, .390, 24 hr, 118 rbi, 53 sb BRAD TAYLOR 2003, 9 g, 3 ab, 2 bb KEITH TAYLOR 1977, 39 g, 41-136, .301, 6 hr, 33 rbi, 0 sb PEARCE TAYLOR 1988-91, 138 g, 133-434, .306, 12 hr, 74 rbi, 54 sb FRANK TEMEAN 1989-90, 44 g, 26-90, .289, 1 hr, 14 bi, 1 sb MARSHALL TESAURO 1977-78, 23 g, 10-7, 4.22 era, 119.1 ip, 68 k KEVIN THOMAS 1986-88, 27 g, 16-6, 4.24 era, 155.0 ip, 142 k KEVIN J. THOMAS 1999-01, 18 g, 4-2, 5.31 era, 62.2 ip, 55 k DANNY THOMPSON 1982, 37 g, 10-36, .278, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 5 sb AARON THURSTON 1998, 31 g, 23-75, .307, 0 hr, 7 bi, 3 sb CHRIS TODD 2004-05, 91 g, .368, 63 rbi, 14 2b, 54 bb MARVIN TODD 1982, 43 g, 38-106, .359, 0 hr, 11 rbi, 0 sb KEN TOMKO 1980-83, 43 g, 16-3, 1 sv, 2.69 era, 140.2 ip, 89 k MATT TRAHAN 1996-97, 101 g, 86-281, .306, 16 hr 70 rbi, 3 sb PATRICK TREES 1998-99, 73 g, 48-172, .279, 3 hr, 17 rbi, 0 sb GARY TREMBLAY 1981-83, 125 g, 103-373, .276, 13 hr, 76 rbi, 4 sb DARRELL TURNER 1986, 13 g, 5-12, .417, 0 hr, 3 rbi, 0 sb STEPHEN TURNER 1992-95, 189 g, 223-698, .319, 20 hr, 86 rbi, 99 sb TODD TURNER 1993-94, 37 g, 18-75, .220, 2 hr, 10 rbi, 0 sb TODD TURNER 1993-94, 14 g, 0-1, 1 sv, 6.20 era, 24.2 ip, 12 k GARY TURNIPSEED 1992-93, 92 g, 110-339, .324, 7 hr, 33 rbi, 61 sb STEVE TYLKE 1997-98, 100 g, 86-296, .291, 12 hr, 61 rbi, 6 sb LUKE ULLMAN 2001, 10 g, 3-9, .333, 0 hr, 0 rbi, 2 sb PAT VALERO 1993-94, 32 g, 8-7, 2 sv, 5.10 era, 95.1 ip, 40 k MIKE VALTER 2005-06, 32 g, 5-3, 3.39 era, 61 k, 33 bb, 98.1 ip CHRIS VAUGHT 1996, 18 g, 1-2, 1 sv, 7.05 era, 37.0 ip, 20 k RJ VENTURA 1992, 46 g, 44-136, .324, 5 hr, 28 rbi, 15 sb AARON VERRETT 2005-06, 105 g, 91-354, .257, 51 rbi, 6 hr, 12 sb JASON VINDICH 1996-97, 92 g, 108-293, .369, 7 hr, 52 rbi, 27 sb SHAWN VINJU 1998-00, 84 g, 54-201, .269, 2 hr, 26 rbi, 0 sb ADAM VRABLE 2005-07, 156 g, 138-467, .300, 21 2b, 2 hr, 60 rbi BRIAN WAACK 2002-03, 45 g, 7-3, 4 sv, 3.36 era, 115.2 ip, 91 k RIC WALDT 1978, 43 g, 50-143, .350, 5 hr, 36 rbi, 6 sb WILL WALL 1995-96, 84 g, 84-295, .285, 3 hr, 36 rbi, 20 sb CHAD WATERS 1999-01, 29 g, 11-56, .196, 7 bi, 11.57 era, 2.1 ip, 2 k ALEX WATSON 2007, 2 app, 9.00 era, 2.0 ip, 4 k CHIP WEISGERBER 1995-96, 104g, 130-374, .348, 12 hr, 76 rbi, 18 sb JORDAN WEISMORE 1999-2002, 155g, 61-231, .248, 1 hr, 37 rbi, 7sb CODY WHEELER 2008-10, 54 g, 28-1, 4.19 era, 268.2 ip, 276 k BRIAN WHITE 1997, 31 g, 18-71, .254, 0 hr, 5 rbi, 1 sb TONY WHITEMAN 1990-91, 5 g, 0-1, 7.72 era, 9.1 ip, 4 k TOM WILLIAMS 1979, 29 g, 13-32, .406, 0 hr, 8 rbi, 10 sb CHRIS WILSON 1991-93, 57 g, 5-6, 9 sv, 6.40 era, 102.2 ip, 82 k TOMMY WINEGARDNER 2009, 24 g, 19-65, .292, 4 2b, 0-2, 5.09 era DAVID WISE 1984, 10 g, 4-15, .267, 0 hr, 2 rbi, 1 sb RICH WITTEN 2008-11, 139, 114-382, .298, 88 r, 33 2b, 12 hr, 92 rbi RICH WITTEN 2008-pres., 4 g, 0-1, 0 sv, 6.52 era, 9.2 ip, 3 k SCOTT WOODWARD 2008-11, 224 g, 254-762, .333, 251 r, 43 2b, 17 hr, 158 sb DENNY WOODS 1984-85, 96 g, 125-337, .371, 27 hr, 98 rbi, 21 sb AARON WRIGHTSMAN 1992-95, 140 g, 54-238, .227, 0 hr, 21 rbi, 20 sb JOE WROBLE 1997, 10 g, 0-3, 7.79 era, 32.1 ip, 18 k T.J. YOUNG 2011, 18 g, 7-27, .259, 3 r, 1 2b, 0 hr, 3 rbi ROB ZACHMANN 1992, 13 g, 3-16, .188, 0 hr, 1 rbi, 0 sb JOE ZANGARI 1998-99, 76 g, 67-214, .313, 8 hr, 41 rbi, 1 sb JOE ZANGARI 1998-99, 9 g, 1-1, 5.68 era, 19.0 ip, 22 k HAROLD ZDZIARSKI 1996, 6 g, 1-1, 6.98 era, 19.1 ip, 6 k TOM ZMUDOSKY 1981-82, 32 g, 12-8, 3 sv, 3.08 era, 149.0 ip, 108 k

49


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as YeaBi r -By g South -Year A Coac nnual h ing S t atis Record tical s Lead e r

Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Coach John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman Larry Carr Larry Carr Larry Carr Larry Carr Larry Carr Larry Carr Larry Carr Russ Bergman Bobby Richardson Bobby Richardson John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman John Vrooman Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore Gary Gilmore

(39-16)

OVERALL CONF./DISTRICT W L T Pct. W L Regular Season Finish 20 10 0 .667 - - - 21 19 0 .525 - - - 14 21 0 .400 8 1 - 32 13 0 .711 10 2 - 33 14 0 .729 14 3 District 6 Champion 42 9 0 .824 16 2 District 6 Champion 38 10 0 .792 16 4 District 6/Area 7 Champion 28 13 0 .683 18 2 - 39 13 0 .750 16 2 District 6/Area 7 Champion 46 12 1 .788 12 1 District 6/Area 7 Champion 27 13 0 .709 10 6 District 6/Area 7 Champion 12 3 2 0 30 19 0 .612 13 5 - 31 19 0 .620 9 9 2nd Big South West 27 23 0 .540 7 6 2nd Big South West 35 12 0 .745 15 0 Big South Champion 33 13 0 .717 15 3 Big South Champion 40 19 0 .678 14 2 Big South Champion 36 29 0 554 15 5 Big South Champion 33 27 0 .550 13 5 Big South Champion 28 28 0 .500 15 8 Big South Champion 30 26 0 .536 18 9 2nd 17 37 0 .315 6 17 8th 24 29 0 .453 11 10 4th 23 31 0 .426 5 16 8th 31 29 0 .517 11 7 2nd 43 15 0 .741 10 2 Big South Champion 34 24 0 .586 11 10 4th 42 20 0 .677 16 4 2nd 44 19 0 .698 16 5 Big South Champion 45 18 0 .714 12 7 2nd 40 23 0 .635 16 8 3rd 50 16 0 .757 21 3 Big South Champion 30 27 0 .526 15 9 3rd 50 13 0 .794 17 4 Big South Champion 50 14 0 .781 17 3 Big South Champion 47 16 0 .746 21 5 Big South Champion 55 10 0 .846 25 0 Big South Champion 42 20 0 .667 20 7 Big South Champion

BATTING AVG. RUNS SCORED CCU Opp. CCU Opp, - - - - - - - - - - 176 181 .284 - 274 180 .308 .218 351 237 .330 .196 418 208 .343 .190 378 148 .326 .243 340 191 .309 .294 354 325 .352 .231 537 261 .329 .245 427 233 .346 .341 .313 .313 .304 .309 .276 .327 .295 .303 .291 .313 .308 .309 .320 .268 .330 .313 .284 .291 .306 .289 .321 .324 .329 .324 .281

Big South History Season 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

50

Regular-Season Champion n/a none (divisional play) none (divisional play) Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina UNC Greensboro Winthrop Charleston Southern UNC Greensboro Liberty Coastal Carolina Liberty Winthrop Coastal Carolina Winthrop Birmingham-Southern Coastal Carolina Birmingham-Southern Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina

Tournament Champion Winthrop Coastal Carolina Winthrop Campbell no tournament held Campbell Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Liberty no tournament held no tournament held no tournament held UNC Greensboro Liberty Winthrop Liberty Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Winthrop UNC Asheville Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina

Tournament Runner-Up Campbell Winthrop Armstrong State Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina UNC Asheville Winthrop Radford

Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Winthrop Liberty Liberty Birmingham-Southern Coastal Carolina Liberty Liberty Liberty Winthrop Liberty Gardner-Webb

.277 .279 .273 .269 .280 .263 .277 .271 .283 .280 .301 .305 .324 .298 .253 .251 .255 .265 .248 .276 .272 .282 .265 .264 .250 .248 .234

450 415 340 348 313 389 356 395 319 339 280 403 369 420 447 304 482 468 428 433 496 344 455 524 522 603 412

303 317 324 255 238 256 372 343 315 341 402 399 437 398 269 276 301 272 266 359 339 315 279 318 281 274 236

HR - - - 31 45 53 59 58 45 109 69

SB - - - 140 205 237 129 135 173 220 102

ERA - - - 2.47 3.77 2.56 2.07 4.30 2.97 3.81 3.57

SO - - - 260 298 235 262 231 334 412 327

FLD% .940 .941 .947 .950 .950 .946 .947

72 66 44 56 56 55 43 64 36 47 31 45 58 58 46 28 64 67 48 63 46 43 74 96 86 111 51

90 76 33 27 72 158 159 126 118 94 79 115 65 86 122 122 138 192 155 98 106 69 65 105 121 161 102

5.43 5.26 5.47 4.68 4.18 3.77 4.74 4.31 5.18 5.35 6.86 6.15 7.39 5.73 3.72 4.30 4.10 3.40 3.57 5.00 4.09 4.26 3.63 4.25 4.04 3.53 2.97

242 282 291 253 271 329 345 344 279 251 266 259 284 495 510 479 505 406 508 488 469 370 390 442 456 530 478

.954 .953 .963 .959 .954 .959 .974 .962 .948 .962 .954 .949 .943 .947 .958 .959 .961 .964 .970 .963 .963 .964 .971 .967 .968 .968 .971

Big South Titles

Coastal Carolina Winthrop Liberty Charleston Southern UNC Asheville Radford High Point VMI Gardner-Webb Presbyterian

Regular Season

Tourney

Total

14 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

12 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

26 7 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

FORMER MEMBERS

UNC Greensboro Birmingham-Southern Campbell UMBC Augusta State Elon Towson Davidson Armstrong State

2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l Ch oa a nts s t a las C aBi r oli g South na National A nnualPos S ttseason atis tical Result Lead esr

NAIA World Series 1978

St. Joseph, Mo.

5/26 5/28

Point Park (Pa.) L St. Francis (Ill.) L

1980

Nashville, Tenn.

5/28 5/29 5/30 5/30

David Lipscomb (Tenn.) W Point Park (Pa.) W Lewis (Ill.) L Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) L

1982

Lubbock, Texas Birmingham-Southern (Ala.) W Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) L St. Xavier (Ill.) L

5/31 6/1 6/2

1983 5/30 6/1 6/2

1984 5/28 5/30 5/31 6/2

2007

1 5

3 11

3 4 3 2

0 1 7 4

5/24 5/25

5 7 3

4 8 7

Lubbock, Texas Liberty Baptist (Va.) W 5 Lubbock Christian (Texas) L 9 Kansas Newman (Kan.) L 12

2 14 23

Lewiston, Idaho Dallas Baptist (Texas) W 8 Anderson (Ind.) W 13 Azusa Pacific (Calif.) L 4 Southwestern (Texas) L 1

7 2 7 9

#6 seed at Atlantic Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.) at #1 Florida State L vs. #2 Georgia Tech L

0 7

2001

#3 seed at Georgia Regional (Athens, Ga.)

5/25 5/26 5/27 5/27

vs. #2 Georgia Tech W 5 vs. #4 Georgia Southern W 12 at #1 Georgia L 3 at #1 Georgia L 7

2002

#4 seed at Atlanta Regional (Atlanta, Ga.)

5/31 6/1 6/1

at #1 Georgia tech L vs. #3 Louisville W vs. #2 Georgia L

2003

#2 seed at Lincoln Regional (Lincoln, Neb.)

5/30 5/31

vs. #3 Southwest Missouri St. L vs. #4 Eastern Michigan L

2004

#3 seed at Columbia Regional (Columbia, S.C.)

6/4 6/5

vs. #2 North Carolina L vs. #4 The Citadel L

2005

#1 seed at Tempe Regional (Tempe, Ariz.)

6/3 6/4 6/5 6/5

vs. #4 UNLV at #2 Arizona State vs. #4 UNLV at #2 Arizona State

12 3 14 5

#4 #2 #3 #2

2008

#1 seed at Conway Regional (Conway, S.C.)

5/30 5/31 6/1

Virginia Commonwealth Clemson St. John’s Clemson

#4 Columbia #3 Alabama #2 East Carolina

7 8 6 3

1 W 11 5 W 15

L L

10 2 W 13 10 W 24 11 W

Cary Super Regional (Cary, N.C.)

NCAA Regional and Super Regional 1991

#1 seed at Myrtle Beach Regional (Myrtle Beach, S.C.)

6/1 6/3 6/3 6/4

0 9 7

3 8

5 1

8 W 11 7 W 9

6 11

3 3 9 8

6/7 6/8

vs. #2 North Carolina vs. #2 North Carolina

4 9 4 14

2009

#2 seed at Chapel Hill Regional (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

5/29 5/30 5/31

vs. #3 Kansas at #1 North Carolina vs. #3 Kansas

2010

#1 seed at Myrtle Beach Regional (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) #4 NATIONAL SEED

6/4 6/5 6/6 6/6 6/7

#4 #2 #4 #2 #2

Myrtle Beach Super Regional (Myrtle Beach, S.C.)

6/12 6/13

South Carolina South Carolina

2011

6/3 6/4 6/5

Stony Brook College of Charleston Stony Brook College of Charleston College of Charleston

11 3 W 5 14 1 5

L L

6 6 25 8 11

L L

0 W 16 L 7 W 7 W 10 W (10)

3 4 9 10

L L

#3 seed at Clemson Regional (Clemson, S.C.)

#2 Connecticut #1 Clemson #2 Connecticut

13 7 6

1 W 12 12

L L

6 1 9

8 9

6 10

L L

51


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

1976 Record: 14-21 (8-1)

Coach: John Vrooman

3/5 at South Carolina L 3/8 Maryland W 3/12 Allen University * W 3/12 Allen University * W 3/15 Coker W 3/18 at UNC Wilmington L 3/20 Wofford * W 3/21 Wofford * W 3/25 Armstrong State W 3/26 Eastern Connecticut W 3/27 Miami (Ohio) L 3/27 Miami (Ohio) L 3/30 Mars Hill * W 3/31 ~ Charleston Southern * L 4/1 Voorhees * W 4/2 UNC Wilmington W 4/3 Methodist L 4/3 Methodist L 4/7 Pembroke State W 4/7 Pembroke State L 4/9 ~ at Charleston Southern * W 4/13 at Pembroke State L 4/14 The Citadel L 4/19 Francis Marion L 4/21 at The Citadel L 4/27 at Voorhees * W 5/5 vs Francis Marion % L 5/5 vs Erskine % L

1978 Record: 33-14 (14-3)

0 6 19 10 16 2 9 10 2 10 0 1 8 0 13 7 2 1 5 1 14 3 1 4 5 8 2 1

5 4 5 2 1 5 7 5 0 6 3 4 1 1 9 6 5 2 2 2 5 4 13 6 6 2 5 4

~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs

1977

Record: 32-13 (10-2) Coach: John Vrooman

2/25 Alderson-Broaddus W 2/26 at Voorhees W 2/27 UNC Wilmington W 3/1 at South Carolina L 3/3 Pembroke State W 3/9 Benedict * W 3/9 Benedict * W 3/12 Wake Forest W 3/13 Wake Forest L 3/14 Glenville State W 3/15 Wake Forest L 3/17 at Jacksonville L 3/18 at Armstrong State L 3/20 at Georgia Southern L 3/24 Cincinnati L 3/25 Detroit W 3/25 Cincinnati W 3/26 SIU Edwardsville W 3/26 SIU Edwardsville W 3/29 ~ Charleston Southern * W 3/30 at Morris * W 3/30 at Morris * W 4/2 at Newberry * L 4/4 Francis Marion * W 4/5 Brockport State W 4/6 at UNC Wilmington W 4/7 ~ at Charleston Southern * L 4/9 Erskine * W 4/11 The Citadel W 4/15 at Wofford W 4/15 at Wofford W 4/16 at Erskine * W 4/19 at Francis Marion * W 4/21 at The Citadel W 4/23 Newberry * W 4/25 at Pembroke State L 4/25 at Pembroke State W 5/5 vs Wofford % W 5/6 vs Newberry % L 5/6 vs Wofford % L

8 6 11 0 5 6 10 2 4 17 3 0 4 4 8 9 11 8 7 10 13 6 1 10 21 14 4 1 6 11 10 7 4 2 5 2 6 7 3 8

2 2 1 11 4 0 0 0 11 4 10 4 7 7 11 8 5 1 0 5 2 3 5 5 7 6 8 0 5 1 3 6 2 1 2 3 2 2 11 12

~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs

52

Coach: Larry Carr NAIA District 6 Champion NAIA World Series

3/1 ~ Charleston Southern L 3/2 at South Carolina L 3/4 Alderson-Broadus W 3/5 Salisbury State L 3/5 Salisbury State L 3/6 Alderson-Broadus W 3/13 at Morris W 3/16 Wake Forest L 3/17 Wake Forest W 3/18 Wake Forest W 3/21 Allegheny W 3/22 Lewis L 3/23 Lewis W 3/24 Lewis W 3/26 at Georgia Southern L 3/26 at Georgia Southern L 3/28 Voorhees W 3/29 Glenville State W 3/30 at Vorhees W 3/31 Maine-Gorham W 3/31 Maine-Gorham W 4/2 UNC Wilmington W 4/2 UNC Wilmington W 4/4 Francis Marion W 4/7 at Erskine L 4/8 at Newberry W 4/9 at Georgia Tech W 4/11 Benedict W 4/15 Erskine W 4/19 at USC Aiken W 4/19 at USC Aiken W 4/22 Newberry W 4/23 The Citadel L 4/24 at Francis Marion L 4/26 Morris L 4/27 ~ at Charleston Southern W 4/27 at The Citadel W 4/29 Wofford W 4/29 Wofford W 5/5 vs. Francis Marion % W 5/6 vs. Newberry % W 5/7 vs. Newberry % W 5/17 vs. High Point + W 5/17 vs. West Virginia State+ W 5/18 vs. West Virginia State + W 5/26 vs. Point Park $ L 5/28 vs. St. Francis (Ill.) $ L

11 3 10 6 0 10 15 4 5 10 6 0 8 7 1 2 12 4 15 10 8 11 9 6 2 5 9 12 13 5 16 9 8 5 11 5 6 4 7 5 7 9 8 14 11 1 5

12 4 3 9 6 1 3 8 4 4 2 9 2 6 7 8 1 0 8 1 3 4 4 5 10 4 8 3 3 1 4 0 11 13 14 0 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 12 5 3 11

~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs + - Area 7 Regional $ - NAIA World Series (St. Joseph, Mo.)

1979 Record: 42-9 (16-2)

3/1 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/3

Coach: Larry Carr District 6 Champion

Alderson-Broaddus W at Voorhees * W Furman W at Armstrong State W at Armstrong State W at Jacksonville L at Morris * W Shepherd W Purdue-Fort Wayne W Virginia W Wake Forest L at Voorhees * W UNC Wilmington W West Liberty State W West Liberty State W West Liberty State W West Liberty State W Francis Marion * W Maine-Gorham W at Newberry * L Maine-Gorham W Methodist W at The Citadel W

13 12 13 15 12 0 11 12 12 4 9 16 6 2 5 5 17 3 13 3 15 10 8

3 7 3 4 7 7 7 3 2 3 10 7 2 1 2 0 2 0 3 12 5 4 3

4/5 4/7 4/7 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/19 5/20

Morris * W USC Aiken * W USC Aiken * W at Methodist W at UNC Wilmington W at UNC Wilmington L Erskine * W Glenville State W Glenville State W at Francis Marion * W UNC Charlotte W UNC Charlotte W Newberry * W The Citadel W at Georgia Southern L at Georgia Southern L at Erskine * W at Wofford * W at Wofford * W vs. Erskine % W vs. Francis Marion % W vs. Newberry % L vs. Newberry % W vs. West Virginia State + L vs. Cumberland + W vs. West Virginia State + W 5 vs. High Point + W vs. High Point + L

9 12 11 10 1 3 12 13 12 5 9 9 16 4 1 2 5 5 9 3 7 6 6 5 4 4 9 9

4 0 1 6 0 4 7 8 2 1 0 2 4 0 15 3 2 2 2 1 6 7 3 7 0 7 13

* - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs + - Area 7 Regional

1980

Record: 38-10 (16-4) Coach: Larry Carr District 6 Champion Area 7 Champion NAIA World Series

2/27 Voorhees * W 3/11 Shepherd (W.Va.) W 3/13 Wake Forest W 3/14 UNC Wilmington W 3/15 West Field State W 3/15 West Field State W 3/16 West Field State W 3/16 West Field State W 3/22 ~ at Charleston Southern * W 3/23 Francis Marion * L 3/31 at Georgia College L 4/1 at USC Aiken * W 4/1 at USC Aiken * W 4/2 Southern Maine W 4/2 Glenville State W 4/3 Glenville State W 4/3 Glenville State W 4/4 at Winthrop * L 4/5 Erskine * W 4/7 Benedict * (forfeit) W 4/7 Benedict * (forfeit) W 4/10 ~ Charleston Southern * W 4/11 at Georgia Southern W 4/12 at Georgia Southern L 4/14 at Francis Marion * W 4/15 Morris * L 4/15 Morris * W 4/17 Allen * W 4/19 Winthrop * W 4/20 Newberry * W 4/23 at The Citadel L 4/25 at Erskine * W 4/27 at Voorhees * (forfeit) W 4/28 at Allen * W 4/29 at Newberry * L 4/30 The Citadel W 5/2 vs. USC Aiken % L 5/3 vs. Francis Marion % W 5/3 vs. USC Aiken % W 5/4 vs. Winthrop % W 5/4 vs. Winthrop % W 5/15 vs. Cumberland + W 5/16 vs. Pfeiffer + W 5/17 vs. Cumberland + W 5/28 vs. Lipscomb $ W 5/29 vs. Point Park (Pa.) $ W 5/30 vs Lewis (Ill.) $ L

8 16 4 13 9 6 6 7 3 6 6 5 7 7 4 9 7 1 12 9 9 9 6 7 9 3 19 7 2 5 1 10 9 20 12 13 4 12 16 4 13 8 8 15 3 4 3

1 6 3 1 0 3 2 2 1 8 7 1 6 2 0 1 2 4 1 0 0 2 3 13 3 6 0 0 0 1 5 1 0 0 14 7 6 2 1 3 8 0 2 8 0 1 7

5/30 vs. Lewis-Clark State $ L 2 4 ~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs + - Area 7 Regional $ - NAIA World Series (Nashville, Tenn.)

1981

2/28 3/5 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/3

Record: 28-13 (18-2) Coach: Larry Carr

at Voorhees * W 14 at Allen * W 14 Delaware State W 8 Delaware State W 4 at Erskine * L 5 West Liberty State W 16 West Liberty State W 11 Austin Peay W 15 Austin Peay L 3 Austin Peay W 12 Tennessee L 6 Tennessee L 6 at Morris * W 6 Wake Forest L 6 Wake Forest W 11 Voorhees * W 15 4 at Newberry * W 9 at Georgia Southern L 1 at Winthrop * L 0 Wofford * W 10 Wofford * W 8 Morris * W 14 Allen * W 22 Erskine * W 12 Presbyterian * W 5 Presbyterian * W 11 at UNC Wilmington W 11 The Citadel L 4 USC Aiken * W 10 USC Aiken * W 3 Winthrop * W 9 at Francis Marion * W 10 Newberry * W 9 at UNC Charlotte L 2 at UNC Charlotte L 2 Francis Marion * W 16 at The Citadel L 2 vs. USC Aiken % W 6 vs. Winthrop % W 5 vs. Winthrop % L 3 vs. Winthrop % L 4

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

* - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs

1982

2/27 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/28

Record: 39-13 (16-2) Coach: Larry Carr Distirct 6 Champion Area 7 Champion NAIA World Series

Voorhees * W The Citadel L Francis Marion * W Sacred Heart W Sacred Heart L Sacred Heart L Morris * W at Wofford * W at Wofford * W Spring Garden W Spring Garden W Austin Peay (forfeit) W Austin Peay (forfeit) W Austin Peay (forfeit) W Wake Forest W at Morris * W at Newberry * W Hiram (Ohio) W Hiram (Ohio) W Voorhees * W at USC Aiken * W at USC Aiken * L Southern Maine W

8 5 6 9 1 1 14 14 4 7 11 9 9 9 6 6 6 7 7 29 3 3 12

2 10 5 4 11 2 2 6 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 5 5 2 1 1 0 4 3


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

3/29 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/6 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/17 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/14 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/31 6/2 6/3

Southern Maine L at Wake Forest L Southern Maine W at Erskine * W at UNC Wilmington W at Winthrop * W at Georgia Southern L at Georgia Southern W at Allen * W Erskine * W at Francis Marion * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Allen * (forfeit) W at The Citadel L UNC Wilmington W Newberry * L vs. Francis Marion % L vs. Newberry % W vs. USC Aiken % W vs. Francis Marion % W vs. Francis Marion % W vs. West Virginia State + L vs. Kentucky State + W vs. West Virginia State + W vs. High Point + W vs. High Point + W vs. Birmingham Southern $ W vs. Lewis-Clark State $ L vs. St. Xavier (Ill.) $ L

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

3 10 2 0 0 2 7 5 1 2 5 4 4 0 4 4 13 4 2 3 3 11 11 6 1 5 0 4 8 7

* - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs + - Area 7 Regional $ - NAIA World Series (Lubbock, Texas)

1983

2/26 2/27 2/28 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/27 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/9 4/13 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/23 4/23 4/29 4/30 4/30

Record: 46-12-1 (12-1) Coach: Larry Carr Distirct 6 Champion Area 7 Champion NAIA World Series

at Georgia Southern W 5 at Georgia Southern L 2 at Armstrong State W 11 at Armstrong State W 6 at Armstrong State T 3 at Savannah State W 4 at Savannah State L 4 at Francis Marion * W 3 Hobart W 2 Hobart W 3 at Wake Forest L 3 Hobart W 11 Hobart W 14 Philadelphia Pharmacy W 16 Philadelphia Pharmacy W 12 Philadelphia Pharmacy W 14 Frostburg State W 7 Frostburg State W 8 at Allen * W 10 North Adams State W 16 at USC Aiken * W 8 North Adams State W 9 Youngstown State W 18 North Adams State W 11 Hiram W 13 Hiram W 16 Westminster W 15 Westminster W 22 Francis Marion * W 9 Winthrop * L 1 Morris * W 15 Gannon W 9 Gannon W 5 at The Citadel L 1 The Citadel W 6 Allen * W 19 Wofford * W 11 Wofford * W 6 USC Aiken * W 6 at Morris * W 6 Newberry * W 9 Newberry * W 8 vs. Francis Marion % W 10 vs. USC Aiken % L 3 vs. Winthrop % W 11

4 16 5 5 3 0 5 2 1 0 4 0 1 2 2 3 0 2 4 9 7 6 7 10 2 2 2 3 5 4 3 8 0 2 3 1 3 1 5 1 7 3 9 4 1

5/1 5/1 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/20 5/21 5/21 5/22 5/22 5/23 5/30 6/1 6/2

vs. USC Aiken % W vs. USC Aiken % W vs. Georgetown (Ky.) + W vs. West Virginia State + W vs. West Virginia State + W at Arkansas W at Arkansas W at Arkansas L at Oklahoma State L at Oklahoma State L at Oklahoma State L vs. Liberty $ W vs. Lubbock Christian $ L vs. Kansas-Newman $ L

14 13 11 22 18 5 13 4 4 0 6 5 9 12

3 4 1 4 2 3 7 6 12 2 13 2 14 23

* - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs + - Area 7 Regional $ - NAIA World Series (Lubbock, Texas)

1984

3/1 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/11 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/6 4/7 4/13 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/29 4/29 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/12 5/28 5/30 5/31 6/2

Record: 39-16 (12-6) Coach: Larry Carr (27-13) Russ Bergman (12-3) Distirct 6 Champion Area 7 Champion NAIA World Series

Campbell L Campbell W at Erskine * L at USC Aiken * W at Armstrong State L at Armstrong State W at Savannah State W at Savannah State W at Voorhees * W at Wofford * L at Wofford * W Voorhees * W North Adams State W North Adams State W Youngstown State W North Adams State W Youngstown State W North Adams State W Le Moyne L Le Moyne L Hiram W at Francis Marion * L Southern Maine W Southern Maine W at Newberry * L Southern Maine W Southern Maine W The Citadel W 8 Morris * W at The Citadel L Winthrop * W at Allen * W at Morris * W at Winthrop * L at N.C. Wesleyan L at N.C. Wesleyan L Francis Marion * W Newberry * W USC Aiken * W Erskine * L at Georgia Southern W at Georgia Southern W Allen * (forfeit) W vs. USC AIken % W vs. Winthrop % W vs. Winthrop % W vs. St. Augustine’s (forfeit) W vs. Georgetown (Ky.) + L vs. St. Augustine’s + W vs. Georgetown (Ky.) + W vs. Georgetown (Ky.) + W vs. Dallas Baptist $ W vs. Anderson (Ind.) $ W vs. Azusa Pacific $ L vs. Southwestern (Texas) $ L

* - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs + - Area 7 Regional $ - NAIA World Series (Lewiston, Idaho)

1 6 3 10 2 5 8 3 14 6 5 7 11 9 9 4 15 9 5 2 17 7 8 11 5 13 10 4 20 5 12 17 14 4 7 2 11 11 6 5 3 11 9 10 7 12 9 3 14 12 3 8 13 4 1

4 1 4 6 6 0 2 1 1 10 4 6 4 4 2 1 2 7 6 3 0 16 4 4 6 1 3 4 7 10 0 1 6 8 6 0 5 0 7 1 9 0 7 3 1 0 7 6 8 0 7 2 7 9

1985 Record: 30-19 (13-5)

Coach: Bobby Richardson

2/26 ~ Charleston Southern W 2/28 at Campbell L 3/2 UNC Asheville W 3/3 UNC Asheville W 3/4 Francis Marion * L 3/9 Wofford * L 3/9 Maryland W 3/10 Maryland W 3/11 Wake Forest L 3/12 Old Dominion L 3/13 Old Dominion L 3/14 at Voorhees * W 3/16 North Adams State W 3/18 Youngstown State W 3/18 North Adams State W 3/19 North Adams State L 3/20 Youngstown State W 3/20 North Adams State W 3/23 Erskine * W 3/27 at UNC Wilmington L 3/29 Winthrop * W 3/30 Allen * W 3/30 Allen * W 3/31 USC Aiken * L 4/1 Southern Maine W 4/1 Southern Maine L 4/2 The Citadel W 4/5 at USC Aiken * W 4/6 at Erskine * W 4/8 Campbell L 4/10 at UNC Charlotte L 4/12 Morris * W 4/13 at Wofford * L 4/14 at Newberry * W 4/16 UNC Charlotte L 4/17 UNC Wilmington L 4/18 Voorhees * W 4/20 at Winthrop * L 4/21 at Francis Marion * W 4/22 Radford W 4/22 Radford W 4/23 Newberry * W 4/24 at The Citadel L 4/25 ~ Charleston Southern W 4/26 at Morris * W 4/28 at UNC Asheville W 5/3 vs. Erskine % W 5/4 vs. Winthrop % L 5/4 vs. USC Aiken % L

7 17 19 10 5 6 8 10 3 9 3 8 12 21 7 3 9 11 8 3 13 11 13 4 12 4 8 11 10 2 8 19 4 16 8 2 9 8 11 14 9 11 11 21 11 13 5 1 2

3 18 4 4 6 7 6 5 6 15 9 3 5 6 1 5 2 2 1 13 10 0 0 5 8 10 3 6 7 6 12 7 5 4 9 5 0 9 6 4 5 9 12 20 1 5 4 9 5

~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - District 6 games % - District 6 Playoffs

1986

Record: 31-19 (11-11) Coach: Bobby Richardson Big South Tournament Champion

2/15 2/16 3/1 3/4 3/8 3/10 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/5

Clemson L Clemson W Erskine W Pfeiffer W UNC Charlotte W Wake Forest W North Adams State W North Adams State W Winthrop * W North Adams State W Yale W Yale W Maryland W Maryland W Augusta State * L Augusta State * W Augusta State * W North Carolina State L USC Spartanburg L USC Aiken W The Citadel W UNC Wilmington L at Armstrong State * L at Armstrong State * L at Armstrong State * W

5 9 18 6 7 13 4 9 9 23 9 12 10 15 1 15 4 4 6 10 9 2 6 3 6

12 3 5 4 6 7 3 1 0 2 6 6 3 10 17 11 3 8 8 7 5 5 10 7 0

4/7 at Winthrop * L 4/9 Campbell * L 4/10 at Campbell * W 4/11 ~ at Charleston Southern * W 4/12 ~ at Charleston Southern * L 4/12 ~ at Charleston Southern * W 4/14 at Francis Marion W 4/15 at UNC Wilmington L 4/16 ~ Charleston Southern * W 4/18 Armstrong State * L 4/19 Armstrong State * L 4/19 Armstrong State * W 4/21 at The Citadel L 4/22 Francis Marion W 4/24 at USC Aiken L 4/26 at Augusta State * L 4/26 at Augusta State * W 4/27 at Augusta State * W 4/29 at UNC Charlotte W 5/3 at Wake Forest L 5/10 ~ at Charleston Southern * L 5/10 ~ at Charleston Southern * L 5/13 vs. Campbell % W 5/14 at Augusta State % W 5/15 vs. Winthrop % W

2 5 11 6 7 7 9 2 6 16 7 6 4 20 1 7 12 15 13 3 8 5 5 5 20

7 7 7 4 8 3 2 3 4 18 12 5 7 9 8 10 3 6 4 13 14 8 4 0 2

~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Augusta, Ga.)

1987

Record: 27-23 (8-9) Coach: John Vrooman

2/15 USC Aiken W 2/21 at Methodist ^ L 3/4 Francis Marion W 3/5 North Carolina W 3/8 Oswego State W 3/9 Wake Forest W 3/10 Oswego State W 3/11 Oswego State W 3/12 at Campbell * L 3/13 North Adams State W 3/14 N.C. State L 3/15 North Adams State W 3/16 Maryland ^ L 3/17 Maryland W 3/18 North Adams State L 3/20 Le Moyne L 3/21 Louisville W 3/23 Kent State L 3/23 Kent State L 3/24 Augusta State * L 3/26 at N.C. State L 3/29 Northwestern L 4/1 at Augusta State * ^ W 4/1 at Augusta State * L 4/4 ~ at Charleston Southern * L 2 4/6 ~ Charleston Southern * W 4/7 at UNC Wilmington W 4/9 ~ Charleston Southern * ^ L 4/11 ~ at Charleston Southern * W 4/13 Methodist W 4/16 UNC Wilmington L 4/18 at Armstrong State * W 4/19 at Armstrong State * L 4/20 The Citadel W 4/21 at UNC Wilmington W 4/22 Winthrop * W 4/23 at Francis Marion W 4/25 at Winthrop L 4/26 at UNC Charlotte W 4/28 at The Citadel L 4/29 UNC Wilmington ^ L 5/1 Armstrong State * ^ W 5/2 Armstrong State * L 5/8 Campbell * L 5/9 Augusta State * W 5/9 Augusta State * W 5/14 at Campbell % W 5/15 vs. Armstrong State % L 5/15 vs. Winthrop % L

5 2 13 6 8 10 10 9 8 17 3 9 8 13 2 5 10 2 4 5 6 2 5 1 3 7 4 14 7 7 2 10 5 15 3 7 7 3 4 2 6 13 7 7 11 8 9 6 7

4 3 2 5 5 6 0 4 10 10 5 8 10 12 5 10 4 11 10 8 9 6 3 4 3 1 16 5 6 8 9 7 2 2 0 1 17 2 4 10 12 8 11 9 4 8 10 11

^ - extra inning game ~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.)

53


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

1988 Record: 35-12 (15-0)

Coach: John Vrooman Big South Regular Season Champion

2/13 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/28 2/29 3/1 3/2 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/28

Newberry W Newberry W Newberry W The Citadel W UNC Charlotte W at UNC Charlotte L at Francis Marion W North Carolina State W Virginia Tech W Virginia Tech L Radford (non-conference) L Western Michigan L Augusta State * W Augusta State * W Augusta State * W Yale W Pitt-Johnstown W at North Carolina L Louisville W Louisville W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W Howard W Northwestern W Northwestern L at Clemson L at Clemson L SUNY-Albany State W at Radford * W at Radford * W at Radford * W Francis Marion W at The Citadel W Campbell * W Campbell * W Campbell * W at N.C. State L Westminster W UNC Wilmington W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W vs. Winthrop % W at Campbell % (10) L vs. Charleston Southern % L at UNC Wilmington L

8 6 2 8 8 4 10 4 8 3 6 4 11 4 9 4 14 6 8 11 13 3 25 8 7 5 4 3 8 6 9 11 10 15 4 13 5 2 13 8 8 6 5 10 5 2 2

1 3 0 2 2 11 6 2 2 8 19 7 7 3 8 3 7 10 4 3 5 2 11 5 2 22 8 7 7 4 2 3 9 6 2 2 0 5 5 7 6 3 1 4 6 8 5

* - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.)

1989

Record: 33-13 (15-3) Coach: John Vrooman Big South Regular Season Champion

2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/20 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/28 4/1

54

Western Kentucky W Western Kentucky W North Carolina L Clemson L Clemson L Barton College W Barton College W North Carolina W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W North Carolina State W UNC Charlotte W Radford * W Radford * W Radford * W Louisville L Louisville W at North Carolina State W Le Moyne W Le Moyne W Kent State L Kent State L Kent State W South Carolina W at Augusta State * W

10 16 2 5 5 4 6 14 4 14 12 8 8 5 7 9 8 9 8 7 5 3 7 8 5 8

3 7 4 22 6 3 3 10 1 2 3 4 7 4 5 6 13 2 1 5 2 8 8 3 2 1

4/1 at Augusta State * W 4/2 at Augusta State * W 4/5 at Francis Marion L 4/6 at The Citadel W 4/8 at Winthrop * W 4/8 at Winthrop * W 4/9 at Winthrop * L 4/12 Francis Marion W 4/13 at North Carolina L 4/13 at North Carolina W 4/16 Davidson W 4/17 The Citadel L 4/18 at South Carolina L 4/21 at Campbell * W 4/22 at Campbell * L 4/22 at Campbell * L 4/25 UNC Wilmington W 4/28 ~ Charelston Southern * W 4/29 ~ Charleston Southern * W 4/29 ~ Charleston Southern * W

16 5 1 5 8 5 0 7 1 5 7 3 3 10 3 3 11 11 8 4

7 2 6 2 6 1 11 4 2 3 6 5 10 3 7 5 9 8 5 2

~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - Big South Conference games

1990

Record: 40-19 (14-2) Coach: John Vrooman Big South Regular Season Champion

2/9 2/10 2/11 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/2 ~ 3/3 ~ 3/3 ~ 3/7 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/30 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/9 5/13 5/13 5/14

at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L North Carolina State W North Carolina L North Carolina L UNC Charlotte W Atlantic Christian W Atlantic Christian W Atlantic Christian W East Tennessee State W East Tennessee State W at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * L The Citadel L at Francis Marion W at North Carolina L at North Carolina L at North Carolina State L George Mason W George Mason W Towson State L Towson State W Maryland L Maryland L Princeton W Princeton W Kent State W Kent State W at Clemson W at Clemson L Winthrop * W Campbell * W Campbell * W Campbell * W Westminister W Westminister W at Radford * W at Radford * W at Radford * W Francis Marion W at UNC Wilmington W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W UNC Wilmington L at South Carolina W Augusta State * W Augusta State * W Augusta State * W Central Florida L Central Florida W Central Florida W at UNC Charlotte L UNC Asheville % W Augusta State % W Augusta State % W

6 2 5 13 2 2 6 10 8 8 6 3 3 14 1 3 7 2 5 6 9 5 3 13 0 3 8 11 5 12 11 0 5 14 7 9 12 12 6 24 7 3 5 5 10 5 4 12 1 6 9 4 6 2 14 6 4 4

8 10 12 2 5 4 1 5 0 2 5 0 10 0 2 7 3 5 13 8 1 4 4 3 9 7 7 1 2 7 2 1 0 8 1 3 7 7 3 10 0 2 1 2 5 4 5 1 0 4 7 6 5 1 15 2 3 1

1992

5/15 Campbell L 2 5 ~ - Charleston Southern was known as Baptist College * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

1991

Record: 36-29 (15-5) Coach: John Vrooman Big South Regular Season Champion NCAA Atlantic Regional

2/9 2/9 2/10 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/22 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/2 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/27 5/4 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/13 5/14 5/14 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/24 5/25

Davidson * L Davidson * W Davidson * W North Carolina W Barton L Barton L Barton W UNC Charlotte L vs. Kentucky ^ L vs. Mercer ^ W at North Carolina L vs. Michigan ! L vs. Maine ! L at South Florida L at South Carolina L UNC Wilmington W The Citadel L North Carolina State L at Campbell * W at Campbell * W at Campbell * W Louisville W Clemson L Clemson L Clemson L Ohio W Ohio L Le Moyne W Xavier W Xavier L Radford * W Radford * W Radford * W at Francis Marion W at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W Francis Marion W at The Citadel L UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W Marshall W at UNC Wilmington W at Augusta State * L at Augusta State * W at Augusta State * L at North Carolina L at North Carolina L Charleston Southern * L Charleston Southern * L Charleston Southern * W North Carolina State L at UNC Charlotte L UNC Wilmington W at UNC Wilmington W South Carolina W Campbell % W Davidson % L Winthrop % W Augusta State % W Davidson % W UNC Asheville % W UNC Asheville % W at Florida State $ L vs. Georgia Tech $ L

^ - played at Savannah, Ga. ! - played at South Florida * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.) $ - NCAA Atlantic Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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

3 4 7 5 10 11 6 6 5 4 10 8 6 20 15 4 6 5 2 2 0 2 23 10 11 4 11 4 2 9 5 4 1 4 6 0 1 3 8 1 1 6 5 12 4 4 14 6 2 9 0 14 2 0 5 4 3 6 2 1 2 3 1 6 11

Record: 33-27 (13-5) Coach: John Vrooman Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion

2/9 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/20 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/28 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/22 4/25 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/8 5/9 5/14 5/15 5/15

Davidson * L Furman L Furman W Furman L The Citadel W North Carolina L North Carolina L UNC Charlotte L UNC Wilmington W at North Carolina W at East Carolina W at UNC Wilmington L South Carolina L James Madison L James Madison W James Madison L at Florida State L at Florida State L at Clemson L at Clemson L Liberty L at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W Towson State L Le Moyne L Alabama-Birmingham L Alabama-Birmingham W Alabama-Birmingham L Bowling Green L Bowling Green W Bowling Green W at UNC Wilmington L Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * L at South Carolina L at Davidson * W at Davidson * L at Davidson * L at The Citadel L Campbell * W Campbell * W Campbell * W at Radford * W at Radford * L at Radford * W UNC Wilmington W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * L UNC Asheville * W Mt. Olive W Mt. Olive W at UNC Charlotte W North Carolina Wesleyan W North Carolina Wesleyan W Charleston Southern % W Charleston Southern % W UNC Asheville % W Winthrop % W Winthrop % W

2 4 18 3 9 6 1 9 5 12 17 4 3 3 2 0 1 2 1 2 3 4 6 10 3 2 2 7 7 10 10 8 2 5 8 0 1 9 4 3 3 8 6 14 13 10 10 10 13 3 14 11 6 6 10 19 6 5 5 2 16

3 5 10 6 3 8 22 11 3 9 2 7 5 6 1 5 6 5 2 12 11 3 1 2 5 4 5 6 12 13 2 6 8 4 6 5 4 5 5 11 12 5 0 1 2 11 8 1 7 4 4 2 4 2 8 13 2 1 0 1 7

* - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

1993

Record: 28-28 (15-8) Coach: John Vrooman Big South Regular Season Champion

2/6 2/7 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/24 2/25

Limestone W Limestone W at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L South Carolina W The Citadel W North Carolina L North Carolina L UNC Charlotte L UNC Wilmington W

3 13 1 4 1 7 7 1 3 6 2

1 9 12 8 4 6 5 9 8 9 1


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

2/27 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/23 3/34 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/28 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/28 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/8 5/10 5/13 5/14

at South Carolina L Towson State * L Towson State * L Towson State * W at Clemson L at Clemson L James Madison L Radford * W Radford * W Le Moyne L at North Carolina L at North Carolina State W at North Carolina L George Washington W George Washington W George Washington W Ohio L Ohio W Ohio W UMBC * L UMBC * W UMBC * W Liberty * W Liberty * L Liberty * W North Carolina State L at Campbell * W at Campbell * L at Campbell * L UNC Wilmington L at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at The Citadel W at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W at UNC Wilmington W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * L Charleston Southern * W at UNC Wilmington L at UNC Charlotte L Liberty % L UMBC % L

2 3 4 17 5 3 2 7 5 3 4 10 2 6 6 5 4 11 14 2 9 9 8 4 8 1 3 7 8 2 2 15 10 11 7 3 9 4 2 5 13 3 5 12 8

7 4 7 7 6 8 5 4 4 9 5 5 13 5 4 2 6 6 7 3 5 5 5 7 7 4 1 12 9 4 4 3 8 3 6 2 6 3 1 7 1 8 15 7 2

9 7 5 10 1 7 0 2 1 12 17 5 14 2 8 4 8 7 8 15 8 3 11 0 3 3 4 11 6 11 4 16 0 3

14 2 1 3 8 3 4 17 4 10 16 2 8 1 7 0 3 10 12 14 3 9 7 1 4 6 7 7 7 4 2 12 4 2

* - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

1994

2/12 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/9

Record: 30-26 (18-9) Coach: John Vrooman

North Carolina L North Carolina W St. Andrews W at North Carolina W at North Carolina L UNC Wilmington W at Florida State L at Florida State L at Florida State L The Citadel W Campbell * W Campbell * W Campbell * W James Madison W James Madison W UMBC * W UMBC * W UMBC * L at Florida L at Princeton (10) W at UNC Greensboro * W at UNC Greensboro * L at UNC Greensboro * W Kent State (10) L Kent State L Kent State L N.C. State L Brown W at Charleston Southern * (12) L at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W Augusta W Augusta L Winthrop * (11) W

4/9 4/10 4/12 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/7 5/10 5/11 5/13 5/13 5/14 5/20 5/21

Winthrop * W Winthrop * L at UNC Charlotte W at Towson State * W at Towson State * W at Towson State * L at The Citadel L at Radford * L at Radford * W at Radford * L UNC Charlotte W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * L at UNC Wilmington L Clemson L Clemson L at Liberty * (15) W at Liberty * L at Liberty * W at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla.) L

7 12 4 3 2 1 2 3 9 7 7 2 12 5 3 7 0 7 8 8 1 4

1 15 2 1 0 5 3 4 2 16 4 1 5 12 6 9 8 5 13 4 4 7

2 14 3 2 0 2 4 5 8 2 12 5 4 9 5 2 9 3 1 1 3 11 12 9 8 1 5 10 12 0 5 6 10 1 10 6 2 3 2 8 1 2 3 7 6 0 2 7 5 4 5 6 7 8

8 10 10 10 6 5 5 8 5 9 11 4 1 10 6 5 7 7 6 3 7 20 11 8 1 2 4 2 4 12 10 7 5 7 4 4 6 5 3 6 5 7 9 20 7 10 11 10 6 13 11 10 5 14

* - Big South Conference games

1995

2/11 2/12 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 /25 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/12 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/6 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/13 5/13

Record: 17-37 (6-17) Coach: John Vrooman

Old Dominion L Old Dominion W Old Dominion L at Florida State L at Florida State L The Citadel L Richmond L Northwestern L at South Carolina W UNC Wilmington L Drexel W Drexel W Drexel W Tampa L Tampa L East Tennessee State L East Tennessee State W East Tennessee State L Liberty * L Liberty * L Liberty * L Ohio L Ohio (10) W Ohio W at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * W Brown W Brown W at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at North Carolina State W at UMBC * L at UMBC * W at UMBC * W at The Citadel L Towson State * L Towson State * L Towson State * W at Clemson L at Clemson L at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * L UNC Greensboro * L UNC Greensboro * L UNC Greensboro * L at UNC Wilmington (11) L Radford * L Radford * L Radford * L at UNC Asheville * (8) W at UNC Asheville * L

* - Big South Conference games

1996 Record: 24-29 (11-10) 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/2 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/28 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/9 5/10 5/10

Coach: Gary Gilmore

at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla) L UNC Wilmington W North Carolina L North Carolina L The Citadel W George Mason L George Mason L George Mason W Mt. St. Mary’s W Mt. St. Mary’s W at Clemson L at Clemson L at Clemson L at UNC Wilmington ^ L at Florida State L at Florida State L at Florida State L at North Carolina W at North Carolina L Illinois-Chicago W Illinois-Chicago W Towson State L Towson State ^ L Ohio W Ohio W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * ^ L Charleston Southern * W USC Aiken W at College of Charleston L at Radford * W at Radford * L at Radford * L UNC Wilmington L at UNC Greensboro * L at UNC Greensboro * L at UNC Greensboro * L at The Citadel ^ W UMBC * W UMBC * ^ W UMBC * W at UNC Wilmington W UNC Asheville * L UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * L Winthrop * L at Liberty * W at Liberty * W at Liberty * L

3 2 11 9 5 4 3 16 6 9 2 2 3 7 4 5 4 8 3 12 6 20 14 5 12 16 16 9 8 7 9 8 18 1 5 5 2 5 5 5 8 5 7 2 5 8 7 5 7 6 7 11 5

8 7 16 6 8 5 2 18 7 4 -4 0 11 8 13 6 11 16 7 9 10 7 1 12 13 8 9 0 9 5 7 10 13 2 10 6 15 6 13 3 3 4 6 1 7 6 3 0 8 14 4 6 12

14 8 4 9 5 4 9 6 4 14 7 8 6 2 11 3 7 10 5 13 6 17

11 10 5 1 2 9 5 15 3 5 1 10 9 17 22 13 19 9 4 16 5 1

^ - extra inning game * - Big South Conference games

1997

2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/16

Record: 23-31 (5-16) Coach: Gary Gilmore

North Carolina W North Carolina L George Mason (10) L George Mason W George Mason W UNC Wilmington L Furman W Delaware L Delaware (12) W Wright State W Wright State W Georgia Southern L Georgia Southern L at Clemson L at Clemson L at Clemson L Richmond L Richmond (10) W Richmond (11) W Princeton L Princeton W Princeton W

3/22 3/22 3/23 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/2 5/4 5/4 5/10 5/10 5/11

at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * (8) W at Winthrop * L at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * L at Georgia Southern W at Georgia Southern L UNC Greensboro * L UNC Greensboro * L UNC Greensboro * L at The Citadel (10) W Radford * (9) L Radford * L Radford * W College of Charleston W The Citadel W at UMBC * W at UMBC * W at UMBC * L at North Carolina W at North Carolina W at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla.) L at UNC Wilmington W Liberty * W Liberty * L Liberty * L at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * L

4 7 5 7 2 0 10 2 6 1 10 7 8 2 7 16 4 7 11 8 22 6 2 5 3 10 5 2 9 2 4 3

17 4 7 9 5 2 5 8 9 13 16 6 16 8 0 6 3 3 5 9 10 5 10 10 7 8 0 4 17 7 7 9

8 7 11 8 9 3 14 5 11 9 1 6 6 12 6 12 19 3 2 4 7 9 5 5 10 9 10 5 5 6 11 5 4 5 2 7 2 4 17 10 4 9 9 2 0 3 3 9

21 11 6 7 12 9 7 3 3 8 8 3 7 4 7 6 8 17 4 9 13 1 9 8 9 5 12 4 14 1 6 0 6 2 10 9 3 5 3 9 8 8 3 10 3 7 0 7

* - Big South Conference games

1998

2/7 2/10 2/14 2/15 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/5 3/7 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/28 3/28 3/29 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/24

Record: 31-29 (11-7) Coach: Gary Gilmore

North Carolina L The Citadel L Kentucky W Kentucky W UNC Wilmington L Tennessee Tech L Drexel W Tennessee Tech W Drexel W Delaware (11) W Delaware L Central Connecticut State W Central Connecticut State L Wingate W George Mason L George Mason W George Mason W at Clemson L at Liberty * L at Liberty * L at Liberty * L Le Moyne W Le Moyne L at East Carolina L Youngstown State (12) W Youngstown State W Ohio L Brown W at College of Charleston L UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W Winthrop * L Winthrop * W Winthrop * L Wingate L at UNC Wilmington L at Radford * L at Radford * W at Radford * W at UNC Wilmington L UNC Wilmington W Elon W Elon L Elon L Elon L High Point W at Charleston Southern * W

55


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

4/25 4/25 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/10

at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * L at #24 North Carolina L at #24 North Carolina L UMBC * W UMBC * W UMBC * W vs. UNC Asheville % W vs. Liberty % L vs. UNC Asheville % W vs. Liberty % (11) W vs. Liberty % L

13 1 8 4 5 16 10 10 6 5 7 2

3 3 9 10 2 9 6 4 9 2 3 3

* - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Fort Mill, S.C.)

1999

Record: 43-15 (10-2) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion

2/6 2/7 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/20 2/20 2/20 2/25 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/16 3/17 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/30 3/31 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/24 4/25 5/2 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/12 5/15 5/15 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/22 5/23

North Carolina A&T W North Carolina A&T W Western Carolina L Western Carolina W Western Carolina W UNC Wilmington W George Washington L George Washington W George Washington W Delaware W Delaware W Kent State (10) L Richmond W at #5 North Carolina L George Mason W George Mason W George Mason W at Clemson L Ohio W Ohio W Ohio L Eastern Illinois L Eastern Illinois W Brown W Brown W Brown W Liberty * W Liberty * W Liberty * W at UNC Wilmington W #23 East Carolina W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at #20 East Carolina L Elon L Elon W Elon W at The Citadel W at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * L The Citadel L at High Point W at High Point W Charleston Southern * (10) W at Furman W at #23 Clemson W at Furman W College of Charleston W at The Citadel L Radford * W Radford * W UNC Asheville % W Radford % W Winthrop % L Liberty % W Winthrop % L

* - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

56

19 22 2 5 11 4 5 9 17 6 9 4 7 5 9 12 11 6 4 14 2 4 12 9 17 7 14 14 4 7 4 7 6 12 4 1 14 16 5 0 2 3 3 21 5 9 4 4 7 6 1 6 8 3 8 3 11 3

3 7 5 3 9 1 18 1 6 5 6 6 6 6 7 4 4 14 2 9 7 5 3 0 3 5 6 5 2 6 3 3 1 7 8 3 0 1 2 2 1 4 4 8 1 8 0 2 3 1 7 3 4 2 7 4 10 6

2000 Record: 34-24 (11-10) 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/29 3/1 3/3 3/5 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/28 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/25 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/12 5/16 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19

Coach: Gary Gilmore

at UNC Wilmington W Fordham W James Madison (15) L James Madison W at UNC Wilmington (11) W at Charleston Southern * W William & Mary W William & Mary W William and Mary L Furman W Delaware W Delaware W East Carolina W at Clemson L UMBC W UMBC W UMBC W UNC Wilmington W at The Citadel L George Mason W George Mason W George Mason L at Charleston Southern * W Georgia Southern ! W Georgia Southern ! W at Charleston Southern * W Kent State L Kent State L Kent State L at North Carolina L UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * L at Elon * L at Elon * W at Elon * W at East Carolina L Winthrop * L Winthrop * W Winthrop * W The Citadel W High Point * W High Point * L High Point * W at North Carolina State W New York Tech W New York Tech L New York Tech W Liberty * L Liberty * L Liberty * L at UNC Wilmington L at Radford * L at Radford * L at Radford * L Elon % W Liberty % L UNC Asheville % L

3 11 7 5 3 3 6 6 4 3 11 7 4 3 9 5 5 9 1 16 16 2 10 3 4 10 2 2 4 3 1 3 4 5 6 4 4 3 4 1 9 21 2 13 4 6 1 2 3 3 9 3 3 10 2 1 2 0

2 1 11 2 2 1 1 2 5 1 6 4 2 4 4 1 4 0 6 1 11 7 3 1 3 5 8 4 8 10 0 2 16 8 2 1 9 8 2 0 6 0 5 7 3 4 2 0 8 12 10 6 14 14 9 0 5 3

! - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

2001

Record: 42-20 (16-4) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Tournament Champion NCAA Georgia Regional

2/2 2/3 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/7 3/9

East Tennessee State W East Tennessee State W at #8 South Carolina L UNC Wilmington W at North Carolina L Marshall W Marshall L Marshall L at UNC Wilmington (10) W Delaware ! W Western Carolina ! W Delaware ! W Kent State ! L UMBC W Detroit W George Mason W

8 14 5 5 4 8 7 2 6 5 13 9 3 11 16 6

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

3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/28 3/30 3/31 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/8 5/11 5/12 5/12 5/16 5/18 5/19 5/19 5/20 5/20 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/27

George Mason W George Mason (10) L North Carolina L UNC Wilmington L Princeton L Princeton W Princeton L Princeton W Princeton W Liberty * W Liberty * L Liberty * L #17 East Carolina W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at #17 East Carolina L at #17 Clemson W at #17 Clemson (11) L at Winthrop * (11) L at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * L The Citadel (12) W at High Point * W at High Point * W at High Point * W College of Charleston W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * W Elon * W Elon * W Elon * W at College of Charleston L Radford * W Radford * W Radford * W vs. Radford % W vs. Liberty % W vs. #27 Winthrop % L vs. Elon % W vs. Liberty % W vs. #27 Winthrop % W vs. Georgia Tech $ W vs. Georgia Southern $ W at #6 Georgia $ L at #6 Georgia $ L

7 7 9 0 8 7 2 5 8 9 8 1 12 14 17 6 10 7 6 5 1 8 9 13 14 15 8 5 8 11 7 10 2 7 15 10 13 6 0 7 13 3 5 12 3 7

1 13 12 10 18 2 4 1 4 1 15 5 3 6 3 7 5 8 7 3 5 7 1 7 6 3 1 3 5 0 5 1 3 0 0 2 6 2 2 4 0 2 3 3 9 8

! - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Danville, Va.) $ - NCAA Georgia Regional (Athens, Ga.)

2002

Record: 44-19 (16-5) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion NCAA Atlanta Regional

2/8 2/9 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/3

at Campbell W Campbell W William & Mary W St. John’s W St. John’s L Georgia Tech ! L Virginia Commonwealth ! W South Carolina ! L Furman W Furman W Delaware W The Citadel L at William & Mary W at William & Mary L George Mason W George Mason W Purdue W Purdue W Purdue L at UNC Wilmington W Kent State (11) W Kent State L Kent State (12) L at #1 Clemson L at #1 Clemson L Liberty * W Liberty * W Liberty * W at #12 North Carolina L

5 14 11 10 1 1 3 2 14 7 5 1 10 5 5 3 11 21 0 2 4 3 6 1 2 13 13 9 7

3 2 0 1 3 2 2 11 4 6 1 2 5 6 2 2 7 13 4 1 3 9 8 19 6 4 7 8 11

4/5 4/6 4/6 4/9 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/16 5/16 5/17 5/19 5/22 5/23 5/24 5/26 5/31 6/1 6/1

at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * W College of Charleston W UNC Wilmington W High Point * W High Point * W High Point * W at College of Charleston W at Radford * L at Radford * L at Radford * W at Elon * L at Elon * W at Elon * W at The Citadel W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Buffalo L Buffalo W Buffalo W Buffalo W Radford % W High Point % W Winthrop % W Liberty % W Georgia Tech $ L Louisville $ W Georgia $ L

0 1 16 12 7 16 8 9 12 4 1 15 1 9 10 10 4 5 15 7 8 3 8 7 7 23 5 14 4 10 0 9 7

3 2 3 2 2 0 1 3 11 8 2 7 4 2 6 3 3 3 4 3 3 0 10 3 1 1 3 2 3 1 6 1 9

! - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Rick Hill, S.C.) $ - NCAA Atlanta Regional (Georgia Tech)

2003

Record: 45-18 (12-7) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion NCAA Lincoln Regional

2/8 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/18 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/29 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/19 4/23 4/26 4/26

Western Carolina W Western Carolina W at UNC Wilmington (13) W William and Mary L William and Mary W Delaware State W Delaware W Delaware W Delaware W UNC Wilmington W St. John’s ! (12) L Michigan State ! W St. John’s W St. John’s W at Birmingham-Southern W at Birmingham-Southern W at Birmingham-Southern L George Mason W George Mason W at Pepperdine W at Pepperdine W at Pepperdine L at Hawai’i L at Hawai’i W Brown W Brown W Radford * L Radford * W at #28 North Carolina L The Citadel W at The Citadel (10) L at The Citadel W Elon * W Elon * W Elon * L at #15 Clemson W at #15 Clemson L at High Point * L at High Point * W at College of Charleston W at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W

8 4 4 5 7 11 6 4 14 8 3 7 7 14 8 10 6 9 11 11 7 0 2 8 6 14 1 10 1 11 7 16 6 9 0 5 3 2 5 5 12 4

3 3 3 9 5 1 0 2 5 1 4 1 4 3 4 1 16 3 3 6 2 2 6 5 1 8 $ 4 6 6 8 3 4 2 2 1 7 3 1 3 11 2


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

4/27 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/7 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/21 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/25 5/30 5/31

at Winthrop * L UNC Wilmington W at UNC Wilmington W The Citadel W Liberty * W Liberty * W Liberty * W College of Charleston W Charleston Southern* L Charleston Southern* W Charleston Southern* W at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * W vs. Charleston Southern % W vs. Elon % W vs. Elon % W vs. Liberty % L vs. Liberty % W vs Southwest Missouri St. $ L vs. Eastern Michigan $ L

6 9 6 4 11 3 5 6 2 12 12 6 2 7 7 7 10 1 10 3 8

12 7 2 2 8 1 4 5 5 4 4 8 5 3 2 4 1 4 0 8 9

! - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Rick Hill, S.C.) $ - NCAA Lincoln Regional (Nebraska)

2004

Record: 40-23 (16-8) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Tournament Champion NCAA Columbia Regional

2/7 2/8 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/28 2/29 2/29 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/28 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/7 5/8 5/8 5/11 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/18 5/18 5/21 5/22

Delaware State W Delaware State W Delaware W Missouri (10) L Evansville ! W Missouri ! L Albany ! W Kent State ^ W Ohio State ^ W Richmond ^ L Elon (12) W Ball State & W William & Mary & W Seton Hall & W at The Citadel W Seton Hall W George Mason W George Mason W at Clemson L Kent State W Kent State L Birmingham-Southern * W Birmingham-Southern * L Birmingham-Southern * L Winthrop * W Winthrop * L Winthrop * L at College of Charleston L UNC Wilmington W at VMI * W at VMI * W at VMI * L at Radford * W at Radford * W at Radford * W at UNC Wilmington L College of Charleston L UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * L UNC Asheville * (10) W at Elon L at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla.) L at Miami (Fla.) L at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * L at Charleston Southern * W The Citadel W at Liberty * W at Liberty * W at Liberty * L Savannah State W Savannah State W High Point * W High Point * W

6 7 12 10 18 4 10 4 8 0 8 6 8 8 12 8 13 6 4 7 2 3 3 3 13 5 13 8 9 8 9 3 12 6 12 0 2 10 6 4 4 1 1 11 5 1 13 8 8 12 3 11 6 15 4

3 2 7 12 7 21 6 3 4 2 5 5 6 7 3 5 4 4 9 1 3 2 8 5 2 9 21 9 7 5 7 4 0 1 6 12 7 3 11 2 7 6 5 13 4 11 1 5 3 1 6 1 2 12 3

5/23 5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/29 5/4 5/5

High Point * W vs. Radford % W vs. Winthrop % W vs. Birmingham-Southern % W vs. Birmingham-Southern % L vs. Birmingham-Southern % W vs. North Carolina $ L vs. The Citadel $ L

4 8 8 5 2 7 5 1

0 2 4 3 9 5 6 10

! - Bojangles Beach Blast (Watson Stadium) ^ - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) & - Country Inn & Suites Shootout (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Rick Hill, S.C.) $ - NCAA Columbia Regional (South Carolina)

2005

Record: 50-16 (21-3) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion #1 Seed at NCAA Tempe Regional

2/15 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/10 5/11 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/27 5/28 5/28 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/5

at Campbell L East Carolina ! W #21 Clemson ! W West Virginia ! W Pittsburgh ^ W Pittsburgh ^ W Rider ^ W Rider ^ W The Citadel L James Madison & (10) W Kent State & W Western Carolina & W at The Citadel W South Alabama W South Alabama L South Alabama W George Mason W George Mason W at High Point * W at High Point * W at High Point * W Siena W VMI * W VMI * L VMI * W at Clemson L at Clemson L at Texas-Pan American L at Texas-Pan American W at Texas-Pan American W #19 College of Charleston L Radford * W Radford * L Radford * W Campbell W at Birmingham-Southern * W at Birmingham-Southern * W at Birmingham-Southern * W at College of Charleston W Liberty * W Liberty * W Libery * W at Elon L at Elon W at Elon L *Charleston Southern W *Charleston Southern W *Charleston Southern W at #5 Georgia Tech W at #8 North Carolina W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W Radford % W Birmingham-Southern % W Winthrop % L Liberty % W Winthrop % W Winthrop % L vs. UNLV $ W at Arizona State $ L vs. UNLV $ W at Arizona State $ L

4 11 3 13 11 6 14 14 2 5 15 4 5 7 7 5 6 9 1 12 9 10 4 2 3 5 1 6 5 8 6 13 5 7 16 9 6 7 9 11 12 9 7 9 6 11 17 4 7 14 8 5 7 2 7 6 9 9 4 2 4 7 12 3 14 5

8 5 2 2 8 5 0 0 4 4 11 3 1 6 9 4 0 4 0 3 6 2 3 3 1 14 8 15 2 6 8 4 6 6 8 1 5 3 5 3 8 8 11 6 12 2 3 3 6 5 2 3 3 4 6 2 1 1 10 1 3 13 8 11 10 9

! - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) ^ - IMIChotels INN-viational (Watson Stadium) & - Springmaid Resort Rumble (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.) $ - NCAA Tempe Regional (Arizona State)

2006

2/10 2/12 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/29 4/4 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/6 5/8 5/8 5/10 5/12 5/13 5/13 5/16 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/24 5/25 5/26

Record: 30-27 (15-9) Coach: Gary Gilmore

Campbell W Virginia L Pittsburgh L George Mason L Pittsburgh L George Mason W at #4 North Carolina L Va. Commonwealth ! (10) W #6 Tennessee ! L Furman L Furman L West Virginia L West Virginia W #30 Wake Forest L at South Alabama L at South Alabama L vs. Georgia Southern ^ W High Point * W High Point * (10) L High Point * W at #28 Coll. of Charleston L Savannah State (10) W at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * L at Georgia Southern W at Wake Forest W #23 Winthrop * L #23 Winthrop * W #23 Winthrop * L at Campbell W The Citadel L Birmingham-Southern * L Birmingham-Southern * L Birmingham-Southern * W #17 College of Charleston W at Liberty * L at Liberty * (10) W at Liberty * (12) L Campbell W Texas-Pan American W Texas-Pan American (11) L Texas-Pan American W at VMI * L at VMI * (10) W at VMI * W at East Carolina L at Radford * W at Radford * W at Radford * W East Carolina W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W High Point % (10) L UNC Asheville % W Winthrop % (10) L

9 3 5 3 0 22 0 4 6 6 2 3 8 5 5 2 17 5 6 10 1 5 6 5 5 7 6 0 14 2 11 6 10 5 7 10 4 8 3 7 2 1 9 2 6 2 3 11 14 7 9 7 6 13 0 6 3

0 8 11 5 6 6 15 3 10 9 7 10 1 8 6 10 13 4 7 2 3 4 1 3 9 4 5 8 13 8 1 10 13 10 6 3 6 6 4 2 0 2 7 8 4 0 10 0 1 4 4 3 1 5 1 1 4

! - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) ^ - at South Alabama * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Conway, S.C.)

2007 Record: 50-13 (17-4)

Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion #1 Seed at NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional

2/9 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/16

North Florida ! Elon ! #7 Virginia ! UNC Wilmington Pittsburgh ^

W 8 1 W 13 0 W 3 2 W 8 6 W 12 5

2/17 2/18 2/23 2/24 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/20 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/4 5/5 5/8 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/15 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 6/1 6/3 6/3 6/4

Old Dominion ^ W Virginia Tech ^ W #12 TCU & W #26 North Carolina State & L Notre Dame & W at #1 North Carolina (10) L Rhode Island @ W Marist @ W West Virginia @ W at #6 Clemson L Bethune-Cookman + W Ball State + W Georgia Southern + W at UNC Wilmington W Eastern Michigan W Eastern Michigan W Eastern Michigan W Elon W Radford * W Radford * W Radford * W at College of Charleston (10) W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * W at Troy W at Troy L at Troy L Wake Forest L at High Point * L at High Point * W at High Point * W at Wake Forest L VMI * W VMI * W VMI * W at The Citadel W Liberty * (12) L Liberty * W Liberty * W at Nebraska W at Nebraska W #27 College of Charleston W at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at #5 Virginia W at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * W vs. UNC Asheville % W vs. VMI % W at Winthrop % W vs. Liberty % W Virginia Commonwealth $ W Clemson $ L St. John’s $ W Clemson $ L

7 6 11 0 4 3 6 16 16 0 9 5 6 7 5 12 10 6 6 10 9 6 10 5 10 13 5 6 3 3 6 4 5 7 4 12 5 7 12 14 8 5 8 3 10 3 11 2 10 7 6 4 13 6 7 8 6 3

0 5 6 4 0 4 2 7 4 4 8 0 2 6 2 3 7 3 2 3 7 5 4 1 0 6 6 7 4 4 5 1 12 5 1 3 1 10 9 13 3 4 7 5 2 2 7 6 5 2 3 2 4 5 1 11 5 15

! - Springmaid Resort Tournament (Watson Stadium) ^ - IMIChotels INN-viational (Watson Stadium) & - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) @ - CCU Tournament (Watson Stadium) + - MB Hyundai Isuza Classic (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) $ - NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional (Coastal Field)

2008

Record: 50-14 (17-3) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion #1 Seed at NCAA Conway Regional NCAA Cary Super Regional

2/23 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/29 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/8

Maryland ! W Maryland ! W Virginia Tech ! W Virginia Tech ! (10) W at College of Charleston (11) L Marshall ^ W West Virginia ^ W Western Carolina ^ W George Mason ^ W Toledo W Toledo (10) W Ball State & W

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

4 3 3 3 13 2 3 1 0 6 8 1

57


C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a B a s e b a l l C h a nts as Bi g South All-Time A nnual Results S t atis tical Lead e r

3/9 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/29 3/30 4/2 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/16 5/17 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/24 5/24 5/30 5/31 6/1 6/7 6/8

Ball State & W at #3 North Carolina W Ball State @ W #25 Michigan @ L #25 Michigan @ W at #21 Clemson L at UNC Wilmington L Albany W Albany W Albany W at The Citadel W UNC Wilmington L at Liberty * (11) W at Liberty * L at Liberty * W at Wake Forest W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * L at North Carolina State W at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W at #16 Virginia W at Elon W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W College of Charleston W Wake Forest L at VMI * W at VMI * L at VMI * W The Citadel W at #26 Georgia Tech L at #26 Georgia Tech W at #26 Georgia Tech L High Point * (11) W High Point * W High Point * W at Radford * W at Radford * W vs. UNC Asheville % W vs. VMI % W vs. Winthrop % W vs. Liberty % L vs. Liberty % W Columbia $ W Alabama $ W East Carolina $ W at #2 North Carolina $$ L at #2 North Carolina $$ L

10 11 7 1 11 6 2 5 18 17 5 7 5 6 2 9 2 5 1 5 14 15 11 8 12 4 10 3 8 7 5 3 12 9 6 10 4 7 17 12 10 18 20 3 8 1 9 10 13 24 4 4

8 4 3 4 9 9 5 1 4 4 1 10 3 9 1 4 1 1 8 4 7 5 1 3 0 3 4 2 6 8 2 4 1 1 10 9 11 6 8 3 4 8 4 1 6 13 2 2 10 11 9 14

! - IMIChotels INN-viational (Watson Stadium) ^ - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) & - Springmaid Resort Tournament (Watson Stadium) @ - Centex Homes Invitational (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Danville, Va.) $ - NCAA Conway Regional (Watson Stadium) $$ - NCAA Cary Super Regional (USA Training Center)

2009 Record: 47-16 (21-5)

Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion NCAA Chapel Hill Regional

2/20 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/27 2/27 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18

58

Southern Illinois ! W #19 Kentucky ! W #19 Kentucky ! W James Madison ! L at #1 North Carolina W West Virginia ^ W Tennessee ^ W The Citadel W IPFW W Albany & (7) W Stony Brook & W Creighton & W Stony Brook & W Creighton W USC Upstate W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * W at Tennessee W College of Charleston L

16 4 14 6 7 15 10 3 14 12 9 8 36 1 4 9 12 5 0

3 1 5 8 3 5 5 1 2 0 0 7 3 0 2 4 2 2 3

3/20 3/21 3/22 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/9 5/10 5/10 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/22 5/23 5/29 5/30 5/30

at Winthrop * W at Winthrop * L at Winthrop * L at Hawai’i W at Hawai’i L at Hawai’i L at Hawai’i L #30 UNC Wilmington (11) W at #30 UNC Wilmington W Gardner-Webb * W Gardner-Webb * W Gardner-Webb * W at Elon W at Wake Forest W Radford * (10) W Radford * W Radford * W at High Point * W at High Point * L at High Point * L at #20 Clemson L College of Charleston L at Presbyterian * W at Presbyterian * L at Presbyterian * W at College of Charleston L Wake Forest W Liberty * W Liberty * W Liberty * W VMI * W VMI * W VMI * W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * W vs. VMI % W vs. Radford % L vs. High Point % W vs. Liberty % W vs. Winthrop % W vs. Kansas $ W at #6 North Carolina $ L vs. Kansas $ L

7 4 2 4 4 1 3 4 3 11 7 10 11 16 3 10 14 18 8 2 3 11 14 5 8 7 18 13 4 7 20 8 4 9 6 3 9 7 8 7 7 11 5 1

2 6 7 0 5 7 4 3 2 6 4 4 10 13 2 1 2 3 12 7 5 17 8 7 3 13 5 7 1 2 7 0 2 1 4 1 4 11 4 0 1 3 14 5

! - Caravelle Resort Tournament (Watson Stadium) ^ - Baseball at the Beach (Coastal Field) & - Caravelle Resort Invitational (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Asheville, N.C.) $ - NCAA Chapel Hill Regional (North Carolina)

4 13 2 2 11 7 13 6 14 9 3 3 9 10 13 9 3 4 7 29 7 3 1 4 14 25 5

20 10 14 7 7 12 8 24 13 8 7 3 6 3 18 6 7 20 11 10 5 7 5 4 7 8 11 11 15 8 6 6 25 8 11 3 9

1 9 4 2 3 4 2 10 0 4 0 2 2 6 2 4 1 3 7 4 2 1 0 10 2 6 2 9 9 2 0 16 7 7 10 4 10

! - Caravelle Resort Tournament (Watson Stadium) ^ - Baseball at the Beach (BB&T Coastal Field) & - Caravelle Resort Invitational (Watson Stadium) + - Caravelle Resort Classic (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) $ - NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional (BB&T Coastal Field) $$ - NCAA Myrtle Beach Super Regional (BB&T)

2011

2010

West Virginia ! W Virginia Tech ! W Kentucky ! L at Wake Forest W James Madison ^ W #4 UC Irvine ^ W #4 UC Irvine ^ W North Carolina State ^ W Toledo & W Pittsburgh & W Ball State & W Ball State & W Wake Forest W Illinois + L Michigan + W Illinois + W Michigan + W at College of Charleston L at Charleston Southern * W at Charleston Southern * W at The Citadel W San Diego L San Diego L at #10 Clemson (11) W Presbyterian * W Presbyterian * W Presbyterian * W

UNC Wilmington W High Point * W High Point * W High Point * W The Citadel W at #21 North Carolina W at Gardner-Webb * W at Gardner-Webb * W at Gardner-Webb * W at UNC Wilmington W at VMI * W at VMI * W at VMI * W at #1 Virginia L UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W UNC Asheville * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W Winthrop * W at Liberty * W at Liberty * W at Liberty * W College of Charleston L at Radford * W at Radford * W vs. VMI % W vs. Radford % W vs. High Point % W vs. Liberty % W Stony Brook $ W College of Charleston $ L Stony Brook $ W College of Charleston $ W College of Charleston $ (10) W #9 South Carolina $$ L #9 South Carolina $$ L

Record: 42-21 (20-7) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion #3 Seed at NCAA Clemson Regional

Record: 55-10 (25-0) Coach: Gary Gilmore Big South Regular Season Champion Big South Tournament Champion #4 Overall National Seed #1 Seed at NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional NCAA Myrtle Beach Super Regional

2/19 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/26 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/19 3/20 3/23 3/26 3/27 3/31 4/2 4/3 4/3

4/6 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/18 5/20 5/21 5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/6 6/7 6/12 6/13

2 5 3 0 7 3 6 3 4 6 2 2 4 11 4 4 0 5 5 13 1 5 2 3 1 2 2

2/18 2/19 2/20 2/20 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/37 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/10 5/13

Boston College % W Tennessee Tech % W Indiana % (16) L Virginia Tech % W Kansas State ^ L #17 California ^ L Western Kentucky ^ W North Carolina State ^ L at #17 College of Charleston W Ball State & W Marshall & W Ball State & W Wake Forest W Kent State ! L Notre Dame ! W UAB (BB&T) ! W at San Diego W at San Diego W at Pepperdine L at Pepperdine L at Pepperdine L at The Citadel W at UNC Asheville * W at UNC Asheville * L at UNC Asheville * L vs. Texas Rangers (Exh., L, 6-2) Liberty * W Liberty * W Liberty * W at #26 Clemson (10) L at Presbyterian W at Presbyterian W at Presbyterian W at #1 Virginia L

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

6 2 2 5 5 17 1 12 3 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 0 2 2 7 5 2 3 7

17 5 5 4 7 15 5 7

1 4 4 5 1 3 2 8

4/15 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/26 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/17 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/28 6/3 5/4 5/5

Gardner-Webb * W Gardner-Webb * W Gardner-Webb * W at #10 North Carolina L The Citadel W at High Point * L at High Point * L at High Point * W at UNC Wilmington W VMI * W VMI * W VMI * W Radford * W Radford * W Radofrd * W at Winthrop * (10) L at Winthrop * (13) L at Winthrop * W UNC Wilmington W Charleston Southern * W Charleston Southern * L Charleston Southern * W vs. Radford % W vs. Winthrop % W vs. Liberty % W vs. Gardner-Webb % W vs. #16 Connecticut $ W at #9 Clemson $ L vs. #16 Connecticut $ L

7 8 14 3 7 2 3 11 11 8 4 5 8 15 10 2 5 5 12 9 3 10 5 10 3 6 13 7 6

% - Caravelle Resort Tournament (Watson Stadium) ^ - Baseball at the Beach (BB&T Coastal Field) & - Caravelle Resort Invitational (Watson Stadium) + - Caravelle Resort Classic (Watson Stadium) * - Big South Conference games % - Big South Tournament (Lexington, Va.) $ - NCAA Clemson Regional (Clemson, S.C.)

4 3 7 8 4 6 9 2 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 3 3 4 5 0 6 2 1 1 12 12


Coastal Carolina University Chanticleers 2012 B a s e b a l l S c h e d u l e

Date Day Fe b. 17- 19 Fri-S un. 17 Fri. 18 Sat. 19 Sun.

Opponent CARAVELLE RESORT T OURN A M E N T

Boston College vs. Virginia JAME S MADI SON at Coastal Carolina James Madison vs. Boston College VI RGI NI A at Coastal Carolina Virginia vs. James Madison B OSton college at Coastal Carolina

Site C o n w a y/M yr tle B e a ch , S . C .

Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field Watson Stadium/VROOM AN FIELD Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field Watson Stadium/VROOM AN FIELD BB&T Coastal Field Watson Stadium/VROOM AN FIELD

Noon 4:00 11:00 3:00 Noon 1:00

BB&T Coastal Field Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field BB&T COASTAL FIELD Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field BB&T COASTAL FIELD Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field BB&T Coastal Field Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field BB&T Coastal Field BB&T Coastal FIELD

Noon 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 11:00 am 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 10:00 am 11:00 am 3:00 pm

Fe b. 24- 26 Fri.- S un.

CARAVELLE RESORT ’ S BAS E B A L L A T T H E B E A C H

M yr tle B e a ch /C o n w a y, S . C .

Ma r. 2-4

COAST AL CAROLI NA I NVI T A T IO N A L

C o n w a y/M yr tle B e a ch , S . C .

24 Fri. 25 Sat. 26 Sun.

Fri-S un.

2 Fri. 3 Sat. 4 Sun.

Mar . 7 Ma r. 9-11

Wed. Fri-S un.

9 Fri. 10 Sat. 11 Sun.

Mar . 14 Wed. Ma r. 16-18 Fri-S un. 16 Fri. 17 Sat. 18 Sun.

Mar . 23 Mar . 24 Mar . 25 Mar. 28 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apri l 1 Apri l 3 Apri l 6 Apri l 7 Apri l 10 April 11 April 13 April 14 April 15 Apri l 17 April 20 April 21 April 22 Apri l 24 Apri l 26 Apri l 27 Apri l 28 May 5 May 6 May 8 May 9 May 1 1 May 1 2 May 1 3 May 15 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 22-26 June 1-4 June 8-11 June 15-25/26

Fri . S at . S un . Wed. Fri. S at. S un. Tues. Fri. S at. Tues. Wed. Fri . S at . S un . Tues. Fri . S at . S un . Tues. Thurs. Fri. S at. S at . S un . Tues. Wed. Fri . S at . S un . Tues. Thurs. Fri. S at. Tues.- S a t . Fri.-Mon. Fri.-Sun. Fri-Mon/Tues.

BOLD — Home Games

West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech George Mason vs. North Carolina State I owa at Coastal Carolina George Mason vs. Iowa Virginia Tech at Coastal C arolina North Carolina State vs. West Virginia Virginia Tech vs. George Mason Iowa vs. Virginia Tech West Virginia vs. George Mason North Carolina State at C oastal Carolina St. John’s vs. Illinois PI TTSB URGH at Coastal Carolina Illinois vs. Pittsburgh St. John’ s at Coastal Carolina I llinois at Coastal Carolina Pittsburgh vs. St. John’s I L L I NOI S at Coastal Carolina

Time

BB&T Coastal Field Watson Stadium/VROOM AN BB&T Coastal Field Watson Stadium/VROOM AN Watson Stadium/VROOM AN BB&T Coastal Field Watson Stadium/VROOM AN

FIELD FIELD FIELD FIELD

pm am pm pm

Noon 4:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm 6:00 pm Noon N oon

UNC W ilmington CHANT I CLEER CLASSI C

WATSON STADIUM/VROOMAN FIELD

4: 00 pm

Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field WATSON STADIUM /VROOM AN FIELD

Noon 4:00 pm

Ohio state at Coastal Carolina

WATSON STADIUM/VROOMAN FIELD

Noon

Ohio state at Coastal Carolina

WATSON STADIUM/VROOMAN FIELD

Ohio State vs. Marist TOL E DO at Coastal Carolina Marist at Coastal Carolina Toledo vs. Ohio State Marist vs. Toledo

College of Charleston CC CLASSI C

UAB vs. Connecticut Michigan at Coastal Carolina Michigan vs. UAB CONNE CTI CUT at Coastal Carolina MI CHI GAN at Coastal Carolina Connecticut vs. Michigan

UAB at Coastal Carolina

Albany Albany Albany at Nor t h Car ol i na at Radf or d * at Radf or d * at Radf or d * at T he Ci t adel at Gar dner - W ebb * at Gar dner - W ebb ( DH) * at UNC W i l m i ngt on T he Citadel VMI * VMI * VMI ( ESPNU) * at Vi r gi ni a T ec h High Point * HI gh Point * High Point * at Cl em s on at Li ber t y * at Li ber t y * at Li ber t y * Campbell ( DH) * Campbell * at Mi c hi gan at Mi c hi gan W inthrop * W inthrop * W inthrop * at Col l ege of Char l es t on at Char l es t on Sout her n * at Char l es t on Sout her n * at Char l es t on Sout her n * at Bi g Sout h T our nam ent NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional NCAA College World Series * — Big South Conference Game

C o n w a y/M yr tle B e a ch , S . C .

WATSON STADIUM /VROOM AN FIELD BB&T Coastal Field BB&T Coastal Field

4:00 pm 5:00 pm Noon

1:00 pm

WATSON STADIUM/VROOMAN FIELD

4: 00 pm

Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field WATSON STADIUM /VROOM AN FIELD BB&T Coastal Field WATSON STADIUM /VROOM AN FIELD WATSON STADIUM /VROOM AN FIELD BB&T Coastal Field

Noon 4:00 11:00 1:00 5:00 11:00

WATSON STADIUM/VROOMAN FIELD

1:00 pm

C o n w a y/M yr tle B e a ch , S . C .

W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D C h a p e l H ill, N . C . R a d fo r d , V a . R a d fo r d , V a . R a d fo r d , V a . C h a r le sto n , S . C . (R ile y P a r k) B o ilin g S p r in g s, N . C . B o ilin g S p r in g s, N . C . W ilm in g to n , N . C . W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D B la cksb u r g . V a . W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D C le m so n , S . C . L yn ch b u r g , V a . L yn ch b u r g , V a . L yn ch b u r g , V a . W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D A n n A r b o r , M ich . A n n A r b o r , M ich . W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D W A T S O N S T A D IU M /V R O O M A N F IE L D C h a r le sto n , S . C . (P a tr io t’s P o in t) C h a r le sto n , S . C . C h a r le sto n , S . C . C h a r le sto n , S . C . H ig h P o in t, N . C . Campus Site Campus Site Omaha, Neb.

6: 00 6: 00 2: 00 6: 00 6: 30 4: 00 2: 00 6: 00 6: 00 1: 00 6: 00 6: 00 6: 00 6: 00 2: 00 5: 30 6: 00 6: 00 2: 00 6: 30 7: 00 7: 00 2; 00 2: 00 2: 00 6: 05 6: 05 6: 00 6: 00 2: 00 6: 00 2: 00 2: 00 2: 00 TB A TBA TBA TBA

pm am pm pm am

pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm pm

Coastal Carolina 2012 Baseball Media Guide  
Coastal Carolina 2012 Baseball Media Guide  

Coastal Carolina 2012 Baseball Media Guide

Advertisement