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Table of Contents ..................................................... 1 Quick Facts .............................................................. 2 Credits ..................................................................... 2 MEDIA/TEAM INFORMATION ....................... 3 Media Information .................................................... 4 2006 Outlook ....................................................... 5-7 Depth Chart ............................................................. 7 2006 Numerical Roster ............................................. 8 2006 Alphabetical Roster .......................................... 9 2006 Roster Breakdown .......................................... 9 THE 2006 BULLDOGS ...................................... 11 2006 Player Bios .............................................. 12-47 THE COACHING STAFF ................................... 49 Fred Jordan, Head Coach ................................ 50-53 Chris Lemonis, Associate Head Coach .................... 54 David Beckley, Assistant Coach .............................. 55 Randy Carlson, Assistant Coach ............................. 56 Before They Were Coaches .................................... 56 THE ADMINISTRATION ................................. 57 Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa, President ........................... 58 Les Robinson, Director of Athletics ......................... 59 Craig Clark, Assist. Director of Sports Medicine ..... 60 Media Relations Staff .............................................. 60 THE CITADEL EXPERIENCE .......................... 61 Charleston, S.C. ............................................... 62-63 The Citadel ....................................................... 64-67 Bulldog Style .................................................... 68-69 The Dream ....................................................... 70-71 Riley Park ........................................................ 72-74 SoCon Tournament Hosts ....................................... 75 Physical Improvement ............................................. 76 Strength and Conditioning Staff ............................... 77 Championship Tradition .......................................... 78 Baseball Hall of Famers .......................................... 79 Fundamentals of Baseball with Fred Jordan ............. 80

2006 OPPONENTS ............................................. 81 2006 Opponent Quick Facts ............................ 82-86 Jordan versus 2006 Opponents ............................... 86 2006 Travel Plans ................................................... 87 2005 IN REVIEW ................................................ 89 2005 Statistics ........................................................ 90 2005 Results .......................................................... 91 2005 Superlatives ................................................... 92 2005 Pitching Charts .............................................. 93 Southern Conference ........................................... 94 2005 SoCon Final Standings ................................... 95 2005 All-SoCon Teams .......................................... 95 2005 SoCon Tournament Results ............................ 96 2005 SoCon All-Tournament Team ......................... 96 2005 SoCon Individual Offensive Statistics ............. 97 2005 SoCon Individual Pitching Statistics ................ 98 2005 SoCon Team Statistics ................................... 98 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ..................... 99-102 THE CITADEL RECORD BOOK ................... 103 Postseason Play .................................................... 104 All-time Games ............................................. 105-109 Versus All-Opponents ........................................... 110 All-time Coaching Records ................................... 111 All-time Lettermen ......................................... 112-113 All-time Superlatives ............................................. 114 Top Pitching Performances .................................... 114 Career Records .................................................... 115 Season Records ................................................... 115 Top-10 Lists .................................................. 116-117 Year-by-Year Leaders ................................... 118-121 All-time Offensive Charts ...................................... 122 All-time Pitching Charts ........................................ 123 Bulldog Accolades ................................................ 124 14-Time SoCon Champs • 1


2006 QUICK FACTS

General Information Location: Charleston, S.C. Nickname: Bulldogs, Cadets Colors: Citadel Blue and White Founded: 1842 President: Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa (The Citadel ‘73) Athletic Director: Les Robinson (N.C. State ‘65) Faculty Representative: William Sharborough (MSU ‘72) Enrollment: 1,800 Stadium (capacity/playing surface): Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park (6,000/natural grass) Riley Park dimensions: LF-305, LCF-356, C-398, RCF-368, RF-337 Conference: Southern National Affiliation: NCAA Division I Coaching Staff Head Coach: Fred Jordan (pitching instructor) Alma Mater: The Citadel ‘79 Jordan’s Record at The Citadel (overall): 14 years/490-346, .586 (same) Best Time to Reach: Weekday AM Assistant Coaches: Chris Lemonis, The Citadel ’92 (recruiting coordinator/ hitting instructor/outfield) David Beckley, The Citadel ‘96 (infield/defense/base running) Randy Carlson, Lander ‘03 (catchers) Baseball Office Phone: (843) 953-5285 Baseball History The Citadel Baseball Record (since 1954): 1196-778-3 (.599) Southern Conference Titles: Regular season titles – 12 (last in 2002) Tournament Championships – seven (last in 2004) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 12 (15-25 all-time NCAA tournament record) Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2004 (Columbia Regional) College World Series Appearances: One (1990) 2005 Information 2005 Record (national finish): 25-34 (not ranked) 2005 Southern Conference Record (finish): 17-19 (sixth) 2005 Postseason Record: N/A 2006 Information Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 position players, 7/1 pitchers Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 21/8 Key Returnees (2005 Statistics): Matt Matulia (Sr., SS, .301, 10 HR, 47 RBI, 2 SB)

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Chris Swauger (So., OF, .316, 6 HR, 42 RBI, 3 SB) Chance Smith (So., OF, .400, 2 HR, 11 RBI, 8 SB) Zach Brown (Jr., 1B, .298, 1 HR, 23 RBI, 0 SB) Matt Covington (Jr., OF, .284, 1 HR, 20 RBI, 3 SB) Ken Egleton (Sr., RHP, 6.04, 1-5, 47 SO) Ryan Owens (Sr., LHP, 5.46, 6-6, 73 SO) Justin Smith (Jr., RHP, 5.68, 4-1, 49 SO) Link Saunders (Jr., RHP, 3.15, 6-6, 4 SV, 50 SO) Top Newcomers: Wes Wrenn (Fr., RHP, High Point, NC/Weslyen) Sid Fallaw (Fr., C, Columbia, SC/King Academy) Trey Thomas (Fr., 3B, James Island, SC/James Island) Sonny Meade (Fr., RHP/DH, Summerville, SC/Stratford) Matt Crim (Fr., LHP, Summerville, SC/Stratford) Key Losses: Jon Aughey (2B, 2004 SoCon All-Tournament, signed with Kansas City Royals, 2005 - .306, 13 2B, 3 HR, 34 RBI Career - .304, 56 2B, 22 HR, 147 RBI) Chris Ard (3B, 2004 SoCon All-Tournament, named “Best Sophomore Third Baseman” by Baseball America in 2003, 2005 - .354, 13 2B, 3 HR, 39 RBI, 29 SB Career - .338, 40 2B, 9 HR, 142 RBI) Josh Stackley (OF, 2004 All SoCon Media Team, 2005 - .314, 13 2B, 4 HR, 31 RBI, 11 SB Career - .298, 49 2B, 24 HR, 148 RBI) Media Relations Baseball Contact: Melanie Long (Georgia ‘04) E-Mail: Melanie.Long@citadel.edu Office Phone: (843) 953-5120 Cell Phone: (678) 643-8268 Mailing Address: 171 Moultrie St., Charleston, S.C. 29409 Office Fax: (843) 953-5058 The Citadel Athletics Web Site: www.citadelsports.com Press Box Phone: (843) 965-4151

Credits The 2006 Citadel Baseball Media Guide was published by The Citadel Athletics Media Relations Office with the intent to serve all media and supporters of Bulldog baseball. The guide was written and edited by Assistant Media Relations Director Melanie Long, Assistant Director of Media Relations Erik Bell, and student assistants Joe Douglas and Stephen Williams. Layout and design by Long. Research and editorial assistance provided by Director of Media Relations Noelle Orr, Assistant Director of Media Relations Al Buddin, Kevin Rhodes and Mike Hayden. Photography by Russ Pace and Chris Florio. A Special thanks is extended to the Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Major League Baseball and its organizations for providing pictures. External cover design by Grant Hawkins of GH Design (Dallas, TX). Printing by The Citadel Print Shop. Thanks is also extended to Kevin Metzger. The Citadel Athletic Media Relations Office extends thanks to all SoCon and opponent sports information offices, The Citadel Public Affairs Office and all members of past Citadel sports information staffs that have assisted in compiling information that is vital to the publication of this guide. Any corrections to this guide are welcome and should be directed, in writing, to The Citadel Athletic Media Relations Office. Additional copies may be purchased through The Citadel Athletic Ticket Office for $10. Mail orders should include $3 for shipping and handling.


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MEDIA INFORMATION

Press Credentials The Citadel’s Assistant Director of Media Relations Melanie Long will handle working press and photographer credentials for the Bulldogs’ home games. Please make your requests for media credentials in writing at least one day in advance by mail, fax or email. Passes will be left at the "Will Call" entrance at Riley Park. Parking: There are no reserved press parking. Parking spaces in the stadium parking lot are limited.

Facilities and Services Press Box: Riley Park is equipped with power outlets for every seat. There are two phone lines available, along with high-speed internet, which can be used on a first-come, first-serve basis. A complete box score will be distributed shortly after the game. Photographers: No photographers are allowed inside the gate leading to the field once the game has started. There are two camera boxes at the end of each dugout that will be available to working photographers. Post-Game Interviews: The Citadel’s post-game interviews will be held on the field immediately following a 10-minute cool down period. We ask that you supply Citadel Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations Melanie Long with the names of the players you wish to interview. Weekly Interview Policy: Interviews involving athletic coaches, staff and players must be arranged through the Media Relations Office. The best time to reach Coach Jordan is during the morning hours, Monday through Friday, except on game days. The Athletics Media Relations Office will arrange interviews with all players in accordance with the best time available for the reporter and player. Please contact Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations Melanie Long at least one day in advance to schedule an interview. Visiting Radio: Visiting radio personnel desiring to broadcast athletic events from Riley Park should contact the Media Relations Office at the earliest possible date to request permission and obtain credentials. On The Internet: The Citadel baseball web page can be found at http://www.citadelsports.com by selecting the baseball link on the left side of the page. All current Bulldog baseball information can be found on this site, including game notes, weekly stories, comprehensive statistics, biographies of all members of the team and the coaching staff. The page will be maintained during the season by The Citadel Athletics Media Relations Office. The site is hosted by CSTV. On The Radio: The Citadel Sports Network, a production of Kirkman Sports Marketing in association with The Citadel Athletics Department, will broadcast 20 Citadel baseball games this season. The Citadel’s games will be aired on ESPN Radio WQSC-AM 1340.

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Tentative 2006 Radio Schedule March 24 March 25 March 26 April 4 April 14 April 15 April 16 April 25 April 28 April 29 April 30 May 3 May 9 May 11 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 24 - 27

at Georgia Southern 6 pm at Georgia Southern 12 pm at Georgia Southern 1:30 pm at Charleston Southern 3 pm at Elon 7 pm at Elon 7 pm at Elon 1:30 pm vs College of Charleston 6 pm at Wofford 6pm at Wofford 1 pm at Wofford 1 pm at Winthrop 6 pm vs South Carolina 7 pm vs Davidson 6 pm at College of Charleston 6 pm at College of Charleston 6 pm at College of Charleston 1 pm Southern Conference Tournament

Primary Media Outlets • Print Media •

Associated Press Pete Iacobelli 1311 Marion Street Columbia, S.C. 29202 (800) 922-1565 (803) 252-2913 fax Baseball America John Manual Will Kimmey 600 S. Duke St. Durham, N.C. 22701 (800) 845-2726 (919) 682-2880 fax Baseball Weekly 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, Va. 22229 (800) 872-3410 (703) 558-4678 fax

• Television •

WCSC-TV5 Craig Birnbach Andy Pruitt Kevin Bilodeau 2126 Charlie Hall Blvd. Charleston, S.C. 29414 (843) 402-5751 (843) 402-5591 fax WCBD-TV4 Josh Morton Ben Baker PO Box 22165 Charleston, S.C. 29413 (843) 881-4444 (843) 849-2519 fax

Collegiate Baseball P.O. Box 50566 Tucson, Ariz. 85703 (520) 623-4530 (520) 624-5501 fax

WCIV-TV2 Brendan Clark Justin Wallace 210 W. Coleman Blvd. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464 (843) 884-2288 (843) 881-3410 fax

The Post and Courier Jeff Hartsell Ken Burger, columnist 134 Columbus Street Charleston, S.C. 29403-4800 (843) 937-5586 (843) 937-5579 fax

• Radio • ESPN Radio WQSC-AM 1340 Robby Robinson 60 Markfield Drive, Suite 4 Charleston, S.C. 29407 (843) 763-6631 (843) 766-1239 fax

The State Steve Argeris PO Box 1333 Columbia, S.C. (800) 456-8470 (803) 771-8613 fax

South Carolina News Network Phil Kornblut 3710 Landmark Drive, Suite 100 Columbia, S.C. 29204 (800) 956-7266 (803) 790-4309 fax


Although the graduated seniors leave big shoes to fill, Jordan is confident that his experienced 2006 squad is up to the task and feels comfortable calling on his five sophomores and ten freshmen, one of which was redshirted last year, as well. The sophomore class returns Chris Swauger, a freshman starter at first in 2005 who made the transition to leftfield during the off-season. Swauger belted a second-best six homers in his first year as a Bulldog and was third on the team with a .316 batting average. Chance Smith also returns for his sophomore campaign after leading the Bulldogs with a .400 average in 2005. With this much experience and talent on the 2006 team, it can be expected that The Citadel again will be a major contender for the Southern Conference crown come May.

2006 OUTLOOK

The 2006 Citadel baseball team should benefit from a very experienced group as the Bulldogs return 17 upperclassmen, nine position players and eight pitchers. The Bulldogs lost eight seniors to graduation last year, including five starters. However, with an experienced roster and a wealth of fresh talent, the 2006 club hopes to continue their championship tradition. The Citadel has been a part of the Southern Conference Jordan Championship a combined 10 times under head coach Fred Jordan. Of those 10, four were regular season titles and six were tournament crowns. The Bulldogs have also advanced to the NCAA Regionals six times, with the most recent being in 2004 after earning the SoCon’s automatic bid for winning the tournament. The 2005 squad made an incredible assault on the record books. Second baseman Jon Aughey, right fielder Josh Stackley, third baseman Chris Ard and reliever Shannon Sprouse all left their mark on The Citadel’s career top-ten lists. Aughey made his way into six separate categories, including home runs (22) and doubles (56). Stackley added his name to five lists with 24 jacks, 11 triples and 49 doubles in his four years. Ard accumulated 296 hits and 167 runs for two of the four categories he broke into during his career, and Sprouse left The Citadel in seventh place all-time in saves with 12 and sixth in appearances with 81. In 2006, watch for senior starter Ken Egleton to climb up the pitching career charts, while junior reliever Link Saunders is only five saves shy of 10th all-time. Senior shortstop Matt Matulia needs only one triple to tie Vic Correll, Curt Beerman and Jerry Simmons on the all-time charts in 10th place. Matulia could potentially make his way into several other categories during his senior campaign as well.

PITCHING The 2006 pitching staff returns three experienced starters to the mound and also expects to lean on a couple of freshmen to emerge in starting roles. Senior hurlers Ryan Owens and Ken Egleton, along with junior righty Justin Smith, are anticipated to lead the Bulldogs on the hill. In 2005, Owens accumulated a career high six wins and led the team with 73 strikeouts, while Smith finished with a personal best 4-1 record. Owens will remain in his role as the Friday night starter with Egleton returning to his Saturday starting role. Freshmen Wes Wrenn and Matt Crim will be looked upon to take to the hill on Sundays and will also be utilized as mid-week starters along with Smith. Jordan has many options coming out of the bullpen this Owens season but is concerned with establishing consistency. Senior Mark Egleton, junior Stephen Williams, sophomore Tim Martin and freshmen Sonny Meade and Brett Bull are the goto-guys coming out of fall workouts. Senior Michael McLaurin, 14-Time SoCon Champs • 5


2006 OUTLOOK

juniors Zach Brown and Jamie Maxwell, as well as freshman Matt Crim, will lend some depth and support. Junior Link Saunders unexpectedly emerged to become the Saunders closer and most reliable option out of the bullpen in 2005, along with the departed Evan Burgess. Saunders is slated to be The Citadel’s stopper in 2006. Last season, Saunders held opposing batters to a .234 average to lead the Southern Conference and was third in the SoCon in earned run average with a 3.15. “We feel very comfortable with Link Saunders filling our closer role,” commented Jordan. “The pitching staff has the potential to be very competitive but must realize that strike one is the best pitch in baseball.” Coach Jordan’s philosophy that strong pitching is the basis for winning championships should hold true in 2006 as he continues to have faith in the pitching tradition he has set forth in his 15 years of coaching. CATCHING The Bulldogs lost four-year starter and best defensive catcher in the Southern Conference in Will Coker, but senior Brady Mashak, who had 31 appearances in 2005, adds some much needed experience behind the plate. Freshman Sid Fallaw will spell Mashak and is expected to garner some starts of his own. INFIELD The Citadel infield will look to the guidance of senior shortstop Matt Matulia, who represented the Bulldogs on the 2005 Southern Conference All-Tournament team. Matulia also led the squad with ten home runs. The Bulldogs have major gaps to fill with the absence of Ard and Aughey. Senior Mark Egleton will get a chance at the hot corner, but freshman Trey Thomas is putting major pressure on Egleton for the starting position. Senior Tripp Cappelmann began the 2005 season at second base while Aughey missed the beginning of the

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year due to an injury. Matulia Cappelmann has the most experience at second, but redshirt freshman Conrad Kellahan and sophomore Matt Arnold could give Cappelmann some competition. Junior Zach Brown will get the starting nod at first after sophomore Chris Swauger was moved to leftfield to replace Stackely in the outfield. Brown could also be utilized as mid-relief or in a starting role as a pitcher. OUTFIELD The Citadel returns two veterans to the outfield, but look to replace departed Josh Stackley with sophomore Chris Swauger. Moving to right from left will be senior Matt Covington, as Swauger has adjusted extremely well in his transition to left. Swauger can also return to first if needed. Senior Trent Weathers will anchor the outfield in center, while back-ups sophomore Chance Smith and freshman Graham Couch give the Bulldogs some flexibility for possible offensive situational substitutions. Swauger Couch is also expected to spell both Swauger and Covington in the outfield while redshirt freshman Aaron Beasley and sophomore Matt Arnold add some extra depth.


PRESEASON DEPTH CHART SS Matulia Cappelmann 3B M. Egleton Thomas Bull DH M. Egleton Meade Arnold

RF Covington Couch/Arnold

Weathers C. Smith/Couch

2B Cappelmann Kellahan Arnold

P Owens Egleton, K. Wrenn Crim Smith

C Mashak

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CF

LF Swauger Couch/Beasley

1B Brown Meade

LHP

BULLPEN RHP Closer

Brown M. Egleton Saunders Crim Meade Maxwell Martin McLaurin Bull Williams

Fallaw/Kellahan

THE SCHEDULE The 2006 slate includes 38 home games as well as 16 games against teams that reached the NCAA Regionals last season. This year’s schedule is highlighted by two games against South Carolina and includes a three-game season finale with rival College of Charleston. The Bulldogs will open on the road in Conway, S.C. as they face Virginia and Campbell Feb. 10-11 in a tournament hosted by Coastal Carolina. The Citadel again hosts two early season shootouts. The Bulldogs will face-off against Richmond, Nebraska and North Carolina State during the Homewood Suites Shootout presented by Trademark Properties Feb. 17-19. Hofstra then visits Riley Park for a two-game set Feb. 2122 before the Dogs host LeMoyne, Ball State and Towson in the Homewood Suites Tournament presented by the Charleston Crab House Feb. 24-26. In March, the schedule is highlighted by a trip to Las Vegas, Nev. as the Bulldogs will take on the University

of Nevada at Las Vegas for a three-game series from the 17-19. The Bulldogs’ 16 games against NCAA Regional teams include four versus the College of Charleston, three in a home series with Furman, a home and road contest with South Carolina, Winthrop and N.C. State as well as one game against Virginia, Coastal Carolina, and Nebraska in early season tourneys. Half of The Citadel’s first six games put them against NCAA Regional qualifiers as they open the season with Virginia and then host Nebraska, who is ranked fifth in the NCBWA pre-season poll, for the fifth game of the year. “This year’s schedule is a tremendous challenge and opportunity,” Jordan said. “We look forward to competing against some of the top teams in the country and are very excited about the caliber of talent that will be visiting Riley Park.” 14-Time SoCon Champs • 7


NUMERICAL ROSTER

2006 Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Name Trey Thomas Tripp Cappelmann Mark Egleton Matt Crim Matt Arnold Chance Smith Graham Couch Chris Swauger Zach Brown Ken Egleton Matt Covington Matt Matulia Brady Mashak Sidney Fallaw Wesley Wrenn Link Saunders Ryan Owens Michael McLaurin Justin Smith Brett Bull Sonny Meade Joey Welling Trent Weathers Bryan Altman Conrad Kellahan Jamie Maxwell Stephen Williams Tim Martin Joe Hoerter Blaine Richardson Aaron Beasley Chris Eaves Johnny Dangerfield Stephen Hunt Brian Shubsda

Pos. INF 2B 3B/P P OF OF OF 1B/OF 1B/P P/DH OF/P SS C C/P P/DH P P P P 2B/P P/OF 2B OF INF C/2B P P P OF DH OF DH 2B C/2B C

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

Ht 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-8 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-8 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-4 5-8 5-7 6-0 5-7 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-4 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-0

Wt 163 190 187 182 160 163 170 202 208 173 189 186 192 189 180 221 185 189 207 158 192 178 162 154 157 180 183 156 187 228 208 204 150 182 166

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

Hometown/High School James Island, S.C./James Island Sumter, S.C./Sumter Florence, S.C./Wilson Summerville, S.C./Stratford Columbia, S.C./Dutch Fork Martinez, Ga./Evans Dallas, Tex./Mansfield Tampa, Fla./Tampa Jesuit Greenville, S.C./Berea Florence, S.C./Wilson Batesburg-Leesville,S.C./Batesburg-Leesville Eustis, Fla./Eustis Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley Columbia, S.C./W.W. King Academy High Point, N.C./Weslyen Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork Summerville, S.C./Stall Dillon, S.C./Dillon Clinton, S.C./Thornwell Summerville, S.C./Stratford Summerville, S.C./Stratford Charleston, S.C./Bishop England Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley Summerville, S.C./Summerville Kingstree, S.C./WilliamsburgAcademy Inman, S.C./Chapman Lexington, S.C./Lexington Lexington, S.C./Lexington Charleston, S.C./Bishop England Lexington, S.C./Lexington Atlanta, Ga./ Seqoyah Sumter, S.C./Sumter Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley Greenville, S.C./Eastside Toms River, N.J./Toms River

Managers Robert Kellahan Stephen Amick Coaching and Support Staff 26 Fred Jordan 30 Chris Lemonis 20 David Beckley 31 Randy Carlson Todd Lair Craig Clark 8 • Bulldog Baseball

Head Coach (The Citadel ‘79) - 15th season Associate Head Coach (The Citadel ‘93) - 12th season Assistant Coach (The Citadel ‘96) - 5th season Assistant Coach (Lander University ‘03) - 1st season Strength and Conditioning Coach (The Citadel ‘95) - 6th season Assistant Director of Sports Medicine (East Tennessee State ‘99) - 6th season


2006 Alphabetical Roster Bryan Altman Matt Arnold Aaron Beasley Zach Brown Brett Bull Tripp Cappelmann Graham Couch Matt Covington Matt Crim Johnny Dangerfield Chris Eaves Ken Egleton Mark Egleton Sid Fallaw Joe Hoerter Stephen Hunt Conrad Kellahan Tim Martin Brady Mashak Matt Matulia Jamie Maxwell Michael McLaurin Sonny Meade Ryan Owens Blaine Richardson Link Saunders Brian Shubsda Chance Smith Justin Smith Chris Swauger Trey Thomas Trent Weathers Joey Welling Stephen Williams Wes Wrenn

Bulldogs By State South Carolina (28) 25 Bryan Altman 5 Matt Arnold 9 Zach Brown 21 Brett Bull 2 Tripp Cappelmann 11 Matt Covington 4 Matt Crim 38 Johnny Dangerfield 6 Chris Eaves 10 Ken Egleton

TEAM BREAK DOWN

25 5 34 9 21 2 7 11 4 38 37 10 3 14 37 40 38 32 13 12 28 18 22 17 35 16 40 6 19 8 1 24 23 29 15

3 Mark Egleton 14 Sid Fallaw 37 Joe Hoerter 40 Stephen Hunt 38 Conrad Kellahan 32 Tim Martin 13 Brady Mashak 28 Jamie Maxwell 18 Michael McLaurin 22 Sonny Meade 17 Ryan Owens 23 Blaine Richardson 16 Link Saunders 19 Justin Smith 1 Trey Thomas 24 Trent Weathers 23 Joey Welling 29 Stephen Williams Florida (2) 12 Matt Matulia 8 Chris Swauger Georgia (2) 34 Aaron Beasley 35 Chance Smith New Jersey (1) 40 Brian Shubsda North Carolina (1) 15 Wes Wrenn Texas (1) 7 Graham Couch Bulldogs By Class Seniors (11) 2 Tripp Cappelmann 11 Matt Covington 6 Chris Eaves 10 Ken Egleton 3 Mark Egleton 12 Matt Matulia 13 Brady Mashak 18 Michael McLaurin 23 Blaine Richardson 17 Ryan Owens 24 Trent Weathers

Juniors (6) 9 Zach Brown 34 Joe Hoerter 28 Jamie Maxwell 16 Link Saunders 19 Justin Smith 29 Stephen Williams Sophomores (7) 5 Matt Arnold 40 Stephen Hunt 38 Conrad Kellahan 32 Tim Martin 8 Chris Swauger 34 Aaron Beasley 35 Chance Smith Freshmen (11) 25 Bryan Altman 21 Brett Bull 7 Graham Couch 4 Matt Crim 38 Johnny Dangerfield 14 Sid Fallaw 22 Sonny Meade 40 Brian Shubsda 1 Trey Thomas 23 Joey Welling 15 Wes Wrenn Bulldogs By Position Pitchers (10) 4 Matt Crim 10 Ken Egleton 32 Tim Martin 28 Jamie Maxwell 18 Michael McLaurin 17 Ryan Owens 16 Link Saunders 19 Justin Smith 29 Stephen Williams 15 Wes Wrenn

Catchers (4) 14 Sid Fallaw 38 Conrad Kellahan 13 Brady Mashak 40 Brian Shubsda Infielders (7) 25 Bryan Altman 2 Tripp Cappelmann 38 Johnny Dangerfield 3 Mark Egleton 12 Matt Matulia 1 Trey Thomas 23 Joey Welling Outfielders (7) 34 Aaron Beasley 7 Graham Couch 6 Chris Eaves 37 Joe Hoerter 323 Blaine Richardson 35 Chance Smith 24 Trent Weathers Utility* (7) 5 Matt Arnold 9 Zach Brown 21 Brett Bull 11 Matt Covington 39 Stephen Hunt 22 Sonny Meade 8 Chris Swauger *plays two positions

Pronunciation Guide Aaron Beasley (Bees-ly) Sid Fallaw (Fa-Law) Matt Matulia (ma-Tool-ya) Brady Mashak (Mash-ek) Link Saunders (Sawn-ders) Brian Shubsda (Shubz-da) Chris Swauger (Swa-ger)

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CAREER HIGHS Hits: four, 3-23-04 vs Charleston Southern Runs: two, 2-26-005 vs West Virginia RBI: three, 3-23-04 vs Charleston Southern

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YEAR GP-GS 2003 4-0 2004 26-11 2005 Baseball 26-15 Bulldog Totals 56-26

AB 1 53 62 116

R 2 5 9 16

H 0 15 15 30

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 0 1 3 4

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 10 9 20

SLG% .000 .302 .290 .290

BB 0 1 5 6

SO 0 8 11 19

SB-SBA 0-0 3-4 0-0 3-4

AVG .000 .283 .242 .259


2003: Saw action in four games, all in reserve ... had one official at-bat and drove-in his first career run against North Carolina State on 2/23 ... scored two runs, one versus 2006: Has been the ultimate defensive replacement for Lafayette on 3/18 and one versus Charleston Southern on three years and now has the opportunity to be the everyday 3/19 ... reached base against Charleston Southern on a HBP. second baseman… must handle bat offensively to earn starting nod… could possibly bat ninth in the lineup. High School: Earned three letters in baseball at Sumter High School … played on the 1999 2005: Saw action in 26 games, starting a career high 15 times, 14 at second and one start as the designated hitter… batted .242 with 15 hits and South eight RBI… set a career high in doubles with Carolina American Legion three, and also had a career high in runs scored Championship team … was named his with nine… connected for the game winning hit team’s MVP twice, and was honored as against Coastal Carolina (3/1) as he hit a two all-region two consecutive years ... prep RBI double in the top of the ninth…longest teammate of fellow Bulldog Chris Eaves. hitting streak of the season lasted four games… had five multiple hit games, recording Personal: Jonathan Tripp Cappelmann … two hits in contests against West Virginia (2/26), born Feb. 2, 1984 … son of Mark and Julie Coastal Carolina (3/2) and (3/9), and against Cappelmann. UNCG (3/11) and had a three-hit day in game two of a double header against Wofford (4/2)… had three multi-RBI games… posted a .974 Major: Business Administration. fielding percentage, committing only two errors on the season.

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at shortstop from 3/23 to 4/3 ... had two hits twice, once against Wofford on 3/26 and again versus Savannah State on 5/4 ... recorded two runs batted in and a double against Wofford on 3/28 ... had three multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games ... longest hitting streak of the season lasted four games ... played for the Samford Mainers of the New England Collegiate Baseball League.

2004: Played in six games and started a career high 10 at shortstop and one at second base ... filled in for an injured Matt Matulia at shortstop ... batted .283 with 15 hits and 10 runs batted in ... connected for one double and scored five runs, while stealing three bases on four attempts ... had a career day against Charleston Southern on 3/23 as he scored one run and drove-in three on four hits ... the four hits and three RBI all set new personal-highs ... started eight straight games 14-Time SoCon Champs • 13


CAREER HIGHS RBI: three, 5-8-05 vs ETSU Runs: four, 5-8-05 vs ETSU Hits: four, twice (last 2-26-05 vs West Virginia) IP: six, 4-1-03 vs NC A&T SO: seven, 4-1-03 vs NC A&T BB: three, 5-14-03 vs South Carolina YEAR 2003 2004 TOTALS

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GP-GS 13-2 5-0 18-2

YEAR GP-GS 2003 17-3 2004 60-47 2005 55-43 Bulldog TotalsBaseball 132-93

W-L 1-0 1-1 2-1 AB 4 203 183 390

R 1 41 28 70

CG 0 0 0 H 1 64 52 114

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 23.1 7.0 30.1

H 35 9 44

R 24 7 31

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 0 11 7 18

3B 0 3 1 4

HR 0 1 1 2

RBI 0 31 20 51

ER 12 5 17

BB 13 2 15

SLG% .250 .399 .350 .370

BB 2 23 32 57

SO 20 5 25 SO 3 46 48 97

SV 0 0 0 SB-SBA 0-0 4-6 3-4 7-10

ERA 4.63 6.43 5.04 AVG .250 .300 .284 .292


had a hitting streak of seven games from 5/4 to 5/14… played for the Martinsville Mustangs of the Coastal Plain League.

2004: Played in 58 games and started 47 as either the designated hitter or the starter in center field ... finished the season with 61 hits in 203 at-bats for a .300 average ... scored 41 runs and recorded 31 runs batted in ... tallied 15 extra base hits, 11 doubles, three triples and one home run ... first career home run came against Coastal Carolina in the NCAA Regionals ... stole four bases and drew 23 walks after taking over the leadoff role half way through the season ... recorded career highs in runs with three against Furman on 5/7, hits with four versus Western

2006 BULLDOGS

Carolina in the SoCon Tournament and tied a personal best two RBI six times in 2004 ... posted 18 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games, along with a nine-game hitting streak ... also pitched a total of seven innings in five different games ... finished the year with a 1-1 record and a 6.43 earned run average ... best outing of the year was against High Point on 4/17 ... did not allow a run on one hit in two innings of work ... struck out a season high three versus Charleston Southern on 4/7 ... was named to the SoCon All-Tourney team after tying a Southern Conference Tournament record with 13 hits ... played for the Rock Hill Sox of the Southern 2006: Making the transition from left field to right field… Collegiate Baseball League. once again will hit in the one or two spot in the lineup… outstanding fall offensively due to his concentrated effort of 2003: Saw action in 17 games ... started one utilizing all aspects of his game. in leftfield and two on the mound ... batted .250 with one hit in four at-bats ... first 2005: Played in 55 games, getting the starting nod in 43 of career hit came against Lafayette on 3/ those contests… started 37 games in left field, with the other 18 ... scored his first career run on 3/ six in center… ended the year with a .284 batting average 30 against CofC after reaching base accumulating 52 hits… drove in 20 runs while scoring on a walk ... saw 23.1 innings of 28 times… recorded nine extra base hits, seven doubles, work on the hill ... posted a 1-0 one triple, and his second career home run coming in record with a 4.63 earned run game one of a double header with Wofford (4/2)… average ... his lone win came was 3-4 in stolen bases and set a career mark in against North Carolina A&T on 4/ walks with 32… set a career high in RBI and runs 1 on six innings of work in his first career start scored in the same game against ETSU (5/8) ... earned second start against Winthrop on 4/ tallying three RBI and four runs in the contest… 23 ... set career high with seven strikeouts against tied a career high in hits with four against West North Carolina A&T on 4/1 ... played for the Virginia (2/26)… had a total of 16 multi-hit Carolina Clippers of the Southeast Collegiate games, getting four in one contest, three in Baseball League. six contests and two hits in nine games… High School: Lettered four times at Batesburg-Leesville High School … played for the Diamond Travelers in 2001 when the AAU team finished fifth nationally … as a senior he led the team to a third place finish in the State 2AA playoffs … has earned honors ranging from all-area, all-region, and all-state. Personal: Matthew Lee Covington … born May 10, 1984 … son of Terry and Tammie Covington ... volunteers time in the athletic department’s media relations office during the off season ... cousin, Brett Price, who is a member of the Oakland A’s organization, pitched for South Carolina from 1999-2001. Major: English.

14-Time SoCon Champs • 15


CAREER HIGHS Runs: one, five times (last 4-2-05 vs Wofford) Hits: one, five times (last 4-2-05 vs Wofford) RBI: one, three times (last 4-2-05 vs Wofford)

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YEAR GP-GS 2004 18-2 2005 10-1 Bulldog TotalsBaseball 28-3

AB 15 9 24

R 3 2 5

H 4 1 5

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 0 1

RBI 2 1 3

SLG% .533 .111 .380

BB 1 1 2

SO 2 3 5

SB-SBA 0-0 0-0 0-0

AVG .267 .111 .208


2006: Continues to improve offensively… in competition for the designated hitter spot and will be utilized for pinch hitting support.

Personal: Christopher James Eaves … born June 23, 1983 … Son of James and Gaye Eaves … father, James, played football at The Citadel from 1971-73.

2006 BULLDOGS

High School: Won four varsity letters in baseball and three in football for Sumter High School … honored as all-region three times and was his team’s MVP twice … during his sophomore campaign, he helped lead Sumter to a Region Championship in baseball … played on the 2002 AAU Diamond Devils … was also a two-time all-region honoree in football ... prep teammate of fellow Bulldog Tripp Cappelmann.

Major: Business Administration.

2005: Saw game action in 10 contests, getting the starting nod once in rightfield against Charleston Southern (5/3)… tallied one RBI and scored twice… scored runs in games against Coppin State (2/9) and Wofford (4/2)... also tallied a hit and RBI in the contest against Wofford (4/2). 2004: Saw action in 18 games and warranted the start in two ... tallied four hits in 15 at-bats for a .267 batting average ... two of his four hits were for extra bases, including his first collegiate home run against Charleston Southern on 3/31 ... other extra base hit was a double off of High Point on 4/16 ... scored a total of three runs, while driving in two ... scored runs against Charleston Southern on 3/31, Appalachian State on 4/4 and High Point on 4/16 ... tallied RBI versus Charleston Southern on 3/31 and High Point on 4/18 ... had a twogame hitting streak ... played for the Rock Hill Sox of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League. 2003: Redshirted, did not see game action ... was a teammate of fellow Bulldog Chris Altman on the Southeast Collegiate Baseball team the Asheville Redbirds.

14-Time SoCon Champs • 17


CAREER HIGHS IP: 9.0, three times (last 4-3-05 vs Wofford) SO: 10, three times (last 4-3-04 vs Appalachian State) BB: seven, 3-02-05 vs Coastal Carolina Hits: one, 4-4-03 vs Coastal Carolina Runs: one, twice (last 3-19-03 vs Charleston Southern) RBI: two, 4-4-03 vs Coastal Carolina YEAR 2003 2004 2005 TOTALS

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GP-GS 16-11 17-16 14-11 47-38

YEAR GP-GS 2003 21-11 Bulldog Baseball Totals 21-11

W-L 6-3 8-3 1-5 15-11 AB 4 4

R 2 2

CG 1 1 1 3 H 1 1

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 72.1 100.0 67.0 239.1

H 76 102 67 245

R 42 63 50 155

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 0 0

3B 1 1

HR 0 0

RBI 2 2

ER 29 49 45 123 SLG% .750 .750

BB 31 39 52 122 BB 2 2

SO 73 96 47 216 SO 0 0

SV 0 0 0 0

ERA 3.61 4.41 6.04 4.63

SB-SBA AVG 0-0 .250 0-0 .250


2006 BULLDOGS

... picked up two wins against Davidson, one regular season victory and one during the Southern Conference Tournament, and one versus UNC Greensboro ... pitched first career complete game in the SoCon Tournament on 5/ 27 versus Davidson ... struck out a personal-high 10 twice, once on 3/13 against Elon and again on 4/3 versus Appalachian State ... fanned nine Chicago State batters, while striking out eight three times ... started and pitched five innings versus South Carolina during the NCAA Regionals ... played for the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Code Summer Collegiate Baseball League. 2006: Had the most productive fall of all the pitchers… working extremely hard to improve his strike percentage on all three of his pitches… is a veteran performer as he will be seeing time in the starting rotation for the fourth straight year… coaches are expecting an exciting senior campaign from him.

2003: Started 11 games on the mound and saw action in five games as a relief pitcher ... posted a team high six wins and 73 strike outs ... in 72.1 innings of work he compiled a 3.61 earned run average ... led the team in strike outs per nine innings with 9.1 ... struck out 10 against the College of Charleston on 3/29, which was tied for best on the team and established a 2005: Appeared in 14 games, getting the start 11 times… personal best ... got first career start finished the year with a 1-5 record, with the lone win against North Carolina A&T on 3/4 five being a complete game against Wofford (4/3)… threw days after earning his first career win 67 innings, striking out 47 batters… surrendered versus Miami on 2/28 ... threw 3.1 innings 45 earned runs for a season ERA of 6.04… against the Hurricanes, striking out four ... the complete game against Wofford was was honored as SoCon Pitcher of the Week the third of his career… tallied a season for his performance against the Hurricanes high six strikeouts in the Wofford ... set a then career-high in innings pitched game... fanned five in four other with 8.0 innings of work on 3/29 against contests, including his seven inning CofC ... also batted .250 with one hit in outing in relief against the College four at-bats ... drove-in two runs on a twoof Charleston in the Southern out triple against Coastal Carolina on 4/4 ... Conference Tournament, arguably played along side his twin brother, Mark, on his best outing of the year. the Florence Redwolves of the Coastal Plain League. 2004: Finished the season with an 8-3 record after appearing in High School: Was a four-year letter winner at 17 games, 16 of which were as Wilson High School … was named to the all-regional the starting pitcher ... gave up team twice and was voted best pitcher in 2002 by his only 49 earned runs in 100.0 high school teammates … was a member of the innings of work for a seasonAmerican Legion State runner-up team in 2001 and long earned run average of led his high school squad to the region championship. 4.41 ... struck out 96 batters, which was second Personal: Kinard Renardo Egleton … born March highest on the team and 6, 1984 … son of Ronnie and the late Geraldine third best in the Southern Egleton … twin brother, Mark, is also a member of Conference, while the Bulldog baseball team. walking only 39 ... won five straight starts over Major: Physical Education. Chicago State, Elon, Western Carolina, Wofford and Appalachian State 14-Time SoCon Champs • 19


CAREER HIGHS Runs: two, five times (last 4-23-05 vs Charleston Southern) Hits: three, six times (last 6-5-04 vs Coastal Carolina) RBI: four, 5-2-04 vs East Tennessee State IP: 6.0, 3-18-03 vs Lafayette SO: eight, 3-18-03 vs Lafayette BB: four, twice (last 3-4-03 vs NC A&T) YEAR 2003 2004 2005 Totals

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GP-GS 10-5 46-30 30-18 96-56

YEAR GP-GS 2003 11-3 2004 Baseball 4-1 Bulldog TOTALS 15-4

AB 20 112 65 197

R 3 22 6 31 W-L 1-2 1-0 2-2

H 5 41 15 61 CG 0 0 0

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 1 7 1 9

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 1 5 0 6

RBI 4 27 8 39

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 28.2 6.2 35.1

H 33 13 46

R 23 5 28

SLG% .450 .562 .277 .460

BB 1 12 4 17

ER 20 5 25

BB 16 2 18

SO 6 20 14 40 SO 25 6 31

SB-SBA 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 SV 0 0 0

AVG .250 .366 .231 .310 ERA 6.28 6.75 6.41


2004: Found a way into the lineup as the designated hitter midway through the season ... started 29 games, but saw action in 44 ... finished the year with a team-high .366 average on 41 hits ... 12 of his 41 hits were four extra bases including five home runs and seven doubles ... scored 22 runs and tallied 27 runs batted in ... .562 slugging percentage was second on the team ... had 10 multi-hit and five multi-RBI games ... completed

2006 BULLDOGS

the season with a nine-game hitting streak ... hit two home runs in one game against East Tennessee State on 5/2 ... had the misfortune of being hit by a pitch three times versus Savannah State on 5/4 ... set new career-best for runs with two, hits with three and runs batted in with four ... tallied two runs four different times, while connecting for three hits six times, including three against Western Carolina in the SoCon Tournament and three versus Coastal Carolina in the NCAA Regionals ... was one hit shy of the Southern Conference Tournament record of 13 with 12 during the tourney ... also made four appearances on the mound, including one start ... lone start came against Chicago State 2006: Will see action as the third baseman or as a right in Hawaii ... did not allow a run and fanned four, while handed designated hitter… could also see time as the setpicking up the win on four innings of work ... failed to allow up man for closer Link Saunders… has adjusted extremely a run after pitching a perfect inning against Charleston well to new side-arm throwing motion. Southern on 4/7 ... garnered SoCon All-Tournament Team honors with 12 hits, four runs batted in and five 2005: Saw game action in 30 contests, getting runs scored ... played on the Florence Redwolves of the the starting nod 18 times… started 12 games Coastal Plain League. as the designated hitter, four as the third baseman, with the final two starts 2003: Started five games as the designated hitter coming at first base… ended the year and three on the mound ... hit .250 with four runs with 15 hits in 65 at bats for a batted in ... first career homer came against season average of .231… drove Wofford on 3/15 ... set career-highs for runs (2) in eight runs, scored six times, and RBI (3) against the Terriers ... on the mound while also receiving four free he posted a 1-2 win-loss record ... in 28.2 innings passes on the year… had of work he posted a 6.28 ERA ... struck out 25, multiple hits in three games including a career-high eight on 3/18 against coming against South Carolina Lafayette ... threw 6.0 innings in first career start (3/30) and Charleston Southern against Lafayette on 3/18 ... played along side his twice (4/22 and 4/24) … his three twin brother, Ken, on the Florence Redwolves of RBI performance vs. Charleston the Coastal Plain League. Southern (4/22) was the highest single game total for RBI on the year…was tied High School: Earned four letters in baseball at second on the team in HBP’s with five… Wilson High School … was all-region in 2000 played summer ball in Maine for the and 2001 … was a member of the 2001 Region Sanford Mainers of the New England 6-3A Championship squad. Collegiate Baseball League. Personal: Kimard Denardo Egleton … born March 6, 1984 … son of Ronnie and the late Geraldine Egleton … twin brother, Ken, is also a member of the Bulldog baseball team. Major: Physical Education.

14-Time SoCon Champs • 21


CAREER HIGHS Hits: three, 4-2-05 vs Wofford Runs: three, 4-2-05 vs Wofford RBI: three, three times (last 4-24-05 vs Charleston Southern)

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YEAR GP-GS 2003 2-0 2004 9-2 2005 31-18 Bulldog Baseball Totals 42-20

AB 3 6 71 80

R 0 2 15 17

H 1 0 19 20

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 0 0 2 2

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 3 3

RBI 0 2 14 16

SLG% .333 .000 .423 .390

BB 0 2 6 8

SO 0 3 13 18

SB-SBA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

AVG .333 .000 .268 .250


High School: Was a four-year letter winner at Spring Valley High School … was honored as all-region, all-area, and all-state during high school career … won the South Carolina High School League Scholar Athlete Award in 2001. Personal: Brady Joseph Mashak … born Feb. 3, 1984 … son of Randy and Mary Mashak.

2006 BULLDOGS

Coastal Carolina ... tallied five putouts as a defensive replacement behind the plate ... was named to the 2003 summer all-star team as a member of the Carolina Clippers of the Southeast Collegiate Baseball League.

2006: Gained valuable experience as the back up catcher last season… has the ability to create some offensive slugging Major: Biology. percentage within this lineup. 2005: Saw the most extensive playing time of his career, appearing in 31 games, getting the start 18 times… started one game as the designated hitter, getting the other 17 starts behind the plate… finished the season batting .268, while tallying 19 hits in 71 at bats, shattering his career at bat total which was nine coming into the season… drove in a career best 19 runs, while scoring 15 … hit two doubles with one coming against Longwood (4/12) and the other against NC State (5/11)… also went deep three times, including his first career long ball against Western Carolina (3/26)... other homers came off of Wofford (4/3) and Charleston Southern (4/24) hurlers... had a three-hit game against Wofford in game two of a double header (4/2), while getting two hits in four other contests… had a personal best three-game hitting streak spanning from game two of the Wofford double header (4/2) through the South Carolina game (4/6)… recorded a fielding percentage of .993 behind the plate committing only one error on the season, while also throwing out four base runners. 2004: Started two games behind the plate, but saw action in nine as either a defensive replacement or as a pinch hitter ... scored two runs and drove-in two in only six at-bats ... reached base twice via the base on balls and once on a HBP ... tallied one sacrifice bunt ... RBI came against Chicago State on 3/3 and Charleston Southern on 3/23 ... scored runs on 4/7 and 4/ 18 versus Charleston Southern and High Point, respectively ... played for the Thomasville Hi-Toms of the Coastal Plain Collegiate Baseball League. 2003: Saw limited action as a pinch hitter ... hit .333 in three at-bats ... his first career hit came on 4/5 against

14-Time SoCon Champs • 23


CAREER HIGHS Runs: three, twice (last, 4-09-05 vs Appalachian State) Hits: four, 4-9-05 vs Appalachian State RBI: four, 2-19-05 vs Coppin St. YEAR 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP-GS 57-57 59-58 59-59 175-174

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AB 218 203 226 647

R 34 33 38 105

H 66 54 68 188

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 7 9 16 32

3B 5 0 4 9

HR 0 0 10 10

RBI 29 17 47 93

SLG% .381 .310 .540 .410

BB 20 20 23 63

SO 55 37 40 132

SB-SBA 3-8 3-5 2-3 8-16

AVG .303 .266 .301 .291


2006: Will once again be the starting shortstop… will hit in the middle of the lineup, which is where he finished last season… had an outstanding All-Star performance during summer ball… has developed into a very good college player over his career… his improvement in all aspects of his game should make for a very exciting senior season. 2005: Started all 59 games at shortstop… ended the season with a .301 batting average getting a career high 68 hits in another career high 226 at bats… was tied for the team lead in doubles with 16, while legging out a team best four triples… led the team in home runs with 10, including the first home run of his career coming against Elon (3/19)... hit two home runs in the game against ETSU (5/6)… had homers in back-toback games twice, with the first pair coming against Davidson (4/29) and (4/30), and the second pair came in the SoCon Tournament against Elon (5/27), and again later that night against the College of Charleston… led the team in RBI with 47, another career high… had 20 multi-hit games, getting four hits once against Appalachian State (4/9), had three hits twice, while getting two hits 17 times… had a streak of four straight multi-hit games spanning from 3/26 through 4/2… had a ten game hitting streak spanning from 4/9 through 4/22… was the only Bulldog named to the All Tournament Team during the SoCon Tournament… played for the Peninsula Pilots of the Coastal Plain League for the second straight summer.

2006 BULLDOGS

attempts ... connected for three hits against High Point on 4/17 to set a new career single-game high ... had 15 multihit games and three games with more than one run batted in ... tallied a six-game hitting streak from 5/11 to 5/18 ... tied a Citadel record with 11 defensive assists against Old Dominion on 2/22 ... scored four runs on four hits, while driving in one during the Southern Conference Tournament ... scored one run and drove-in two on one hit against Coastal Carolina during the NCAA Regionals ... played for the Peninsula Pilots of the Coastal Plain League. 2003: Was the everyday shortstop as he started all 57 games ... batted .303 with 66 hits in 218 at-bats ... led the team with five triples and had seven doubles ... led the team with 160 defensive assists ... compiled 20 multi-hit and seven multi-RBI games ... connected for a eight-game hitting streak ... had a team-high seven at-bats against Charleston Southern on 3/19 and a team-high 11 assists on 4/25 versus Furman ... posted a career-high three hits in a single game three times ... his three runs against Furman (4/25) and three runs batted in versus VMI (5/17) also set careerbests ... member of the Northeast Collegiate Baseball League’s Sanford Mainers. High School: Earned four letters for his baseball efforts at Eustis High School … was named all-state and all-area during his high school career … was a member of the 2000 Florida 3A State Championship team … also lettered three times in golf. Personal: Matthew Michael Matulia … born May 24, 1984 … son of Michael and Elizabeth Matulia … father, Michael, played for legendary Citadel Baseball coach Chal Port from 1980-1983 and is the head baseball coach at Lake Sumter Community College in Florida Major: Physical Education.

2004: Played in 58 games at shortstop, while starting 57 ... was hampered by a leg injury and missed nine games ... batted .266 on 54 hits in 203 at-bats ... tallied nine doubles and 17 runs batted in ... reached base 20 times via the base on balls, while scoring 33 runs ... stole three bases on five 14-Time SoCon Champs • 25


CAREER HIGHS IP: 3.2, 3-30-05 vs South Carolina SO: five, 3-30-05 vs South Carolina BB: three, 4-06-05 vs South Carolina

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YEAR GP-GS 2004 1-0 2005 13-0 TOTALS 14-0 Bulldog Baseball

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

CG 0 0 0

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 0.2 16.2 17.1

H 2 16 18

R 4 13 17

ER 4 8 12

BB 2 11 13

SO 1 13 14

SV 0 0 0

ERA 54.00 4.32 6.23


honors ranging from all-conference and all-state, as well as team MVP twice ... helped lead the Dillon High football team to a 12-1 record as the quarterback.

Major: Physical Education.

2006 BULLDOGS

Personal: Michael Duncan McLaurin ... born Oct. 27, 1983 ... son of Malcolm and Suzanne McLaurin ... brother played baseball for the Blue Hose of Presbyterian and his grandfather played on the diamond at Duke.

2006: Another performer who gained valuable experience last season… must continue to improve his consistency to be able to establish himself as left handed relief support in the late innings. 2005: Yet another Bulldog who saw the most extensive playing time of his career… added depth to the bullpen from the left side by appearing in 13 games, all out of the bullpen… longest outing of the year came against South Carolina (3/30) where he went 3.2 innings out of the bullpen, giving up only one run on three hits while fanning a season high five Gamecock batters… recorded three multi-strikeout games with one being the five strike out game against South Carolina... also had a pair of two strikeout appearances…fanned 13 batters on the year… gave up eight earned runs in 16.2 innings of work for a season ending earned run average of 4.32… played summer ball for the Saratoga Phillies of the New York Collegiate Baseball League. 2004: Pitched two-thirds of an inning against Charleston Southern on 4/7 ... surrendered two hits and four runs, while striking out one and walking two ... played for the Spartanburg Stingers of the Coastal Plains Summer Collegiate Baseball League. 2003: Redshirted, did not see action. High School: Honored with eight varsity letters, five in baseball and three in football at Dillon High School ... has won

14-Time SoCon Champs • 27


CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.0, 3-11-05 vs. UNCG SO: nine, 3-11-05 vs. UNCG BB: five, six times (last, 5-25-05 vs Western Carolina)

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YEAR GP-GS 2003 12-6 2004 12-0 2005 17-16 Bulldog Baseball TOTALS 41-22

W-L 1-3 0-1 6-6 7-10

CG 0 0 1 1

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 30.1 21.1 94.0 145.2

H 48 20 98 166

R 36 14 63 113

ER 31 12 57 100

BB 18 14 55 87

SO 30 22 73 125

SV 1 2 0 3

ERA 9.20 5.06 5.46 6.18


2002: Redshirted, did not see game action.

2006 BULLDOGS

2003: Started six games and saw action in six others as a reliever ... recorded a 1-3 mark with a 9.20 ERA in 30.1 innings of work ... earned his first career win against Wofford as he threw five shutout innings ... posted a careerhigh in strikeouts (6) against North Carolina A&T and Western Carolina ... his 6.2 innings of work against the Catamounts set a career high for innings pitched ... pitched against South Carolina, Miami and Florida State. 2006: Established himself as one of the top starter candidates based on his performance in the fall… has High School: Four-year letter winner in baseball for Stall High School … also lettered twice in football … improved command of his off-speed pitches… another earned South Carolina all-star and all-region senior who should look forward to having an exciting honors during his senior season … struck out 95 season. batters in 46 innings of work and pitched two no-hitters during his senior season. 2005: Threw in 17 games, getting the starting nod 16 times… ended the season tied for Personal: William Ryan Owens ... born the team lead in wins with six… finished Aug. 9, 1983 … son of William and the the year with a 6-6 overall record and an late Theresia “Cookie” Owens. ERA of 5.46, giving up 57 earned runs in 94 innings of work… his 94 innings was Major: Business Administration. good for tops on the team, and also set a new personal career high in innings pitched… had a season high nine punch outs in the contest against UNCG (3/11), and ended the year with 73 total strike outs, which was a team best and personal best for a season… recorded multiple strike outs in all of his 17 appearances… longest outing of the year also came in the game at UNCG (3/11), as he went eight innings, setting yet another personal career high…recorded eight quality starts, as he went at least six innings while giving up only three runs or less, and went at least seven innings on five different occasions. 2004: Pitched in a dozen games, all in relief ... finished the year with a 0-1 record, but recorded two saves against Savannah State on 5/4 and Furman on 5/8 ... struck out 22 batters in 21.1 innings of work ... only surrendered 12 earned runs for a season-long ERA of 5.06 ... set personal highs for innings pitched, seven, and strike outs, eight, versus Western Carolina in the Southern Conference Tournament ... did not allow a run in seven of 12 appearances ... lone loss of the season came against South Carolina on 5/12 ... pitched one inning, striking out three versus South Carolina in the NCAA Regionals.

14-Time SoCon Champs • 29


CAREER HIGHS Runs: one, five times (last 5-1-05 vs Davidson) Hits: one, 12 times (last 5-3-05 vs Charleston Southern) RBI: two, five times (last 4-2-05 vs Wofford)

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YEAR GP-GS 2004 21-5 2005 15-2 Bulldog Baseball Totals 36-7

AB 31 16 47

R 2 3 5

H 8 4 12

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1

RBI 7 3 10

SLG% .290 .438 .340

BB 0 0 0

SO 8 3 11

SB-SBA 0-0 0-0 0-0

AVG .258 .250 .250


2006 BULLDOGS

2006: Will battle for the role of designated hitter, as well as being a pinch hitter in the late innings versus lefties. 2005: Saw game action in 15 contests, getting the start twice, once as the designated hitter and the other coming in left… ended the year with a .250 batting average, while driving in three runs… hit his first career home run against Wofford (4/2), while also recording his only multi-RBI game of the year, driving home two in the contest. 2004: Saw action in 21 games ... connected for eight hits in 31 at-bats for a .258 average ... tallied one double, two runs and seven runs batted in ... had the game winning hit that led to two runs batted against Wofford on 3/28 ... had three multi-RBI games, West Virginia on 2/21, Wofford on 3/28 and College of Charleston on 4/11 ... scored runs versus Charleston Southern and Wofford on 3/23 and 3/ 28, respectively ... double came in Chicago State game on 3/2 in Hawaii ... played for the Peninsula Pilots of the Coastal Plain League. 2003: Redshirted and did not see action. High School: Was a two-year letter winner at Lexington High School … was named all-region while helping lead Lexington to a region championship … played on the state championship runner-up football team earning a varsity letter for his efforts ... prep teammate of fellow Bulldog Stephen Williams. Personal: Richard Blaine Richardson … born Feb. 3, 1984 … son of Martha Hartley. Major: Education.

14-Time SoCon Champs • 31


CAREER HIGHS IP: 5.2, 4-2-05 vs Wofford SO: five, 3-26-05 vs Western Carolina BB: three, 3-09-05 vs Coastal Carolina

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YEAR GP-GS 2005 30-1 TOTALSBaseball 30-1 Bulldog

W-L 6-6 6-6

CG 0 0

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 65.2 65.2

H 57 57

R 31 31

ER 23 23

BB 22 22

SO 50 50

SV 4 4

ERA 3.15 3.15


2004: Did not see game action. 2003: Redshirted, did not see game action.

Personal: John Linker Saunders ... born Oct. 12, 1984 ... son of John and Susan Saunders.

2006 BULLDOGS

High School: A three-year letter winner at Dutch Fork High School ... listed as an all-state and all-region player his senior season ... played on the AAU State Champion Diamond Travelers and for the 2001 Junior Olympic Team ... prep teammate of fellow Bulldog Matt Arnold.

2006: Established himself as a very dependable closer with performance last season… was an All-Star performer in Major: Biology. the summer… enjoyed an extremely impressive fall, and will be utilized in the late innings, not necessarily the ninth. 2005: Unexpectedley emerged to become the closer and most reliable option out of the bullpen, along with the departed Evan Burgess… led the team in appearances with 30, getting the start once against Wofford (4/2)… finished the year with a record of 6-6 with four saves and a team best 3.15 ERA… tallied 65.2 innings of work, recording 50 strikeouts, good for second best on the team… received first career win in first career appearance (2/13) as he threw four innings of relief work in the win against Charlotte… longest outing of the year came in his lone start against Wofford, as he tossed 5.2 innings… did not give up a run in 16 of his appearances, and had a scoreless streak of 6.1 innings to finish the year… set career bests in all categories, as he had not seen game action until this year… played summer ball with fellow teammate Jamie Maxwell on the Spartanburg Stingers of the Coastal Plain League.

14-Time SoCon Champs • 33


CAREER HIGHS IP: 9.0, 5-30-04 vs Western Carolina SO: nine, 4-30-05 vs Davidson BB: six, twice (last 5-21-05 vs Georgia Southern)

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YEAR GP-GS 2004 10-3 2005 Baseball 19-9 Bulldog TOTALS 29-12

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

CG 1 0 1

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 27.1 71.1 98.2

H 28 81 109

R 13 50 63

ER 10 45 55

BB 8 40 48

SO 16 49 65

SV 0 0 0

ERA 3.29 5.68 5.02


Personal: Justin Smith ... born March 28, 1984 ... son of Carlton and Lynn Smith. Major: Sports Management.

2006 BULLDOGS

High School: Played five sports - baseball, football, golf, basketball and cross country - at Thornwell High School ... was tabbed the 2001 1A Baseball Player of the Year and was a member of the 2001 all-state team ... named team MVP the same season ... played in the 2001 North-South Game

2006: Has improved his command of all pitches… must establish himself as a strike thrower to evolve into starting rotation. 2005: Had 19 appearances on the hill for the Bulldogs, getting the starting nod nine times… worked 71.1 innings, a new career high, recording 49 strikeouts, another career high… Had two outings of 7.1 innings, the first coming against Charleston Southern (4/23), and the second coming against ETSU in the SoCon Tournament (5/26), earning the win in both games… struck out a season best and new career best nine batters at Davidson (4/30)… picked up the win in his final two decisions of the season coming against Georgia Southern (5/21) and ETSU (5/26)... was an intern for the Single -A Charleston River Dogs, an affiliate of the New York Yankees, during the summer. 2004: Pitched in ten games, starting three ... pitched a total of 27.1 innings, finishing with a perfect 2-0 record with a 3.29 ERA ... pitched six innings against Savannah State on 5/5 in first collegiate start, striking out a career high eight ... went 6.2 innings versus South Carolina in second start on 5/12 ... allowed one run and struck out two against the Gamecocks ... threw first career complete game in final game of the Southern Conference Tournament against Western Carolina ... earned his second win of the season in a dominating championship clinching performance ... first win came against Furman on 5/9 on 1.1 innings of relief ... played for the Rock Hill Sox of the Southern Collegiate Summer Baseball League.

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CAREER HIGHS Runs: four, 3-19-03 vs Charleston Southern Hits: three, seven times (last 5-27-05 vs Elon) RBI: three, three times (last 3-23-04 vs Charleston Southern)

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YEAR GP-GS 2003 57-56 2004 39-38 2005 51-39 Bulldog Baseball Totals 147-133

AB 211 153 130 494

R 42 20 16 78

H 64 38 32 134

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 5 4 5 14

3B 1 0 0 1

HR 3 1 3 7

RBI 29 12 18 59

SLG% .379 .294 .354 .350

BB 17 5 9 31

SO 49 35 27 111

SB-SBA 25-30 10-13 7-9 42-52

AVG .303 .248 .246 .271


2005: Played in 51 games, starting 39 times, with all of his starts coming in center… recorded 32 hits in 130 at bats for a .246 batting average… laced five doubles, also tied a career best three home runs and drove in 18… stole seven bases and also scored 16 runs… had a pair of three hit games, with the first coming against UNCG (3/ 12) and the second coming against Elon (5/27) in the SoCon Tournament… his third and final home run of the year was by far the biggest as it came against Elon (5/27) in the SoCon Tournament, after fouling off a number of pitches, he connected on a two-run homer in the top of the seventh to give the Bulldogs the lead for good.

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2003: Voted Southern Conference Freshman of the Year by the Southern Conference Media ... started 56 of 57 games in centerfield ... batted .303 with 64 hits, including three home runs, five doubles and a triple ... stole a teamhigh 25 bases on 30 attempts ... tallied 20 multi-hit and eight multi-RBI games ... finished fifth on the club in runs scored (42) and at-bats (211) ... his four hits against Charleston Southern on 3/19 set a career high ... started the season with a 3-for-4 effort against Tennessee ... drove in a career best three runs on 3/2 against Miami and on 3/ 2006: Had a very productive fall, reminiscent of freshman 15 versus Wofford ... connected for his first home run spring on the base paths… continues to improve defensively, against Miami on 3/2 ... averaged 0.44 stolen bases per where his speed and ability to read balls makes him a very game ... was a teammate of fellow Bulldog Shannon Sprouse on the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod Summer League. solid centerfielder… should have an exciting senior year. High School: A four-year letter winner at Berkeley High School … was a three-time all-region and all-state performer, as well as a two-time all-region player for the Stags football team … played for coach David Beckley before Beckley joined coach Fred Jordan’s staff. Personal: Trent Jamaal Weathers … born Aug. 20, 1983 … son of Thomas and Ann Weathers. Major: Business Administration.

2004: Started 38 of 39 games played in centerfield before taking a leave of absence for personal reasons ... tallied 38 hits, including four doubles and one home run ... scored 20 runs, while driving in 12 ... stole 10 bases in 13 attempts, which was good enough for fourth on the team ... reached base five times via the base on balls and seven times on HBPs ... recorded 11 multi-hit and three multi-RBI games ... recorded a six-game hitting streak, but finished the year with a five-game run ... set a new personal high with three runs batted in versus Charleston Southern on 3/23 and also recorded a new career single-game best with three hits against Appalachian State and Wofford ... drove-in two runs against Chicago State on 3/2 in Hawaii and two more versus Elon on 3/12. 14-Time SoCon Champs • 37


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first baseman, the designated hitter, a reserve outfielder and as a pitcher ... appeared in 20 games on the mound, earning the starting nod against Charleston on 4/7 ... earned wins over West Virginia on 2/21 and against Elon on 3/12 ... did not allow an earned run in 12 of 20 appearances for an ERA of 5.31 ... allowed 23 earned runs in 39 innings of work, while fanning 23 and walking 16 ... longest outing of the season was 4.1 innings versus West Virginia and Coastal Carolina ... struck out a personal best three batters four different times ... had best offensive day against Western Carolina on 3/21 as he connected for two runs and two RBI on three hits, all career bests ... had two multi-RBI games, one versus Western Carolina and the other against Wofford on 3/27 ... connected for two multi-hit games and scored multiple runs on three occasions ... blasted two home runs, one versus Western Carolina on 3/ 21 and one on 3/27 against Wofford ... played summer ball in a local Legion baseball league.

2006: Will play first base and will also be utilized as a left handed mid-reliever or as a possible starter… outstanding All-Star summer performance… can also play leftfield if needed... most likely will be in the fifth slot of the batting order. 2005: Played in 56 games, starting 49 of those contests… started 21 games in leftfield with the other 28 coming as the designated hitter… ended the season with a career high .298 batting average, tallying 54 hits in 181 plate appearances… also drove in a career high 23 runs, while scoring 24 runs himself… hit his third career home run (2/25) against NC State, and also doubled 10 times on the season, a new career high… ended the year with 16 multi-hit games, getting three hits in four of those games… also saw action on the mound coming out of the bullpen five times for a total of 3.2 innings of work... recorded three strike outs… played for the Thomasville Hi-Toms of the Coastal Plain League where he was selected to the All-Star Game.

High School: Was a member of two conference championship teams and the 2003 Upper State Runners-up at Berea High School ... named the South Carolina Senior Player of the Year in 2003 ... honored as all-state three times and all-conference four times ... was voted as Berea’s Team MVP three times ... led the state in homers as a senior with 13 round-trippers ... tallied 500 strikeouts in his prep career. Personal: Zachary Tyler Brown ... born March 13, 1985 ... son of Tommy and Lisa Brown Major: Business Administration.

2004: Played in 25 games at four different positions ... saw action as a reserve YEAR 2004 2005 Totals YEAR 2004 2005 TOTALS

GP-GS 24-15 56-49 96-65 GP-GS 20-1 5-0 25-1

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AB 49 181 230

R 10 24 34 W-L 2-1 0-0 2-1

H 11 54 65 CG 0 0 0

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 0 10 10

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 1 3

RBI 9 23 32

H 42 6 48

R 27 6 6

IP: 4.1, twice (last 5-11-04 vs Coastal Carolina) SO: three, four times (last 5-14-04 vs Georgia Southern) BB: three, 3-31-04 vs Charleston Southern

SLG% .347 .370 .370

BB 12 24 36

ER 23 6 6

BB 16 6 6

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 39.0 3.2 42.2

CAREER HIGHS Runs: two, seven times (last 5-21-05 vs Georgia Southern) Hits: three, four times (last 5-13-05 vs Furman) RBI: two, six times (last 5-07-05 vs ETSU)

SO 10 32 42 SO 23 3 3

SB-SBA 0-1 0-1 0-2 SV 0 0 0

AVG .224 .298 .283 ERA 5.31 14.73 6.12


Personal: James Cody Maxwell ... born May 6, 1985 ... son of Keith and Donna Maxwell.

2006 BULLDOGS

High School: Honored as the 2A Player of the Year by the Spartanburg Herald Journal in 2003 as a senior at Chapman High School ... helped lead Chapman to the 2003 Upper State Championship ... earned all-state, all-region and all-conference laurels ... played in the North-South AllStar game, while also being named to the All-Academic Team ... tallied 152 career prep strike outs, while setting the school record for strike outs in a single game with 17.

2006: Must continue to develop consistency… could be utilized in a number of roles… has excellent breaking ball Major: Business Administration. and continues to improve his pitch location. 2005: Made eight appearances, including five starts… tallied 25.1 innings of work and recorded 22 strikeouts… had two outings of at least five innings... registered a five inning affair in start against Longwood (3/13), his lone win of the season... went 5.1 innings in relief against Davidson (5/ 1)… struck out a career high seven batters in the Longwood start, while also not giving up a walk… played with fellow Bulldog Link Saunders on the Spartanburg Stingers of the Coastal Plain League. 2004: Started four of 12 games he pitched in ... finished the season with a 1-3 win-loss mark and an earned run average of 6.85 ... struck out 15 and walked 13 in 22.1 innings of work ... lone win of the season was a five-inning affair against Winthrop on 3/24 ... fanned three and did not allow a run, while surrendering only one hit to the Eagles in first collegiate start ... struck out a career high four on 3/31 versus Charleston Southern ... did not allow an earned run in six of his 12 outings ... struck out three batters on three different occasions ... played for the Florence RedWolves of the Coastal Plains Collegiate Summer Baseball League.

YEAR 2004 2005 TOTALS

GP-GS 12-4 8-5 20-9

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

CG 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS IP: 5.1, 5-1-05 vs Davidson SO: seven, 3-13-05 vs Longwood BB: five, 5-01-05 vs Davidson

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 22.1 25.1 47.2

H 26 39 65

R 20 28 48

ER 17 25 42

BB 13 15 28

SO 15 22 37

SV 0 0 0

ERA 6.85 8.88 7.93

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earning the team’s most improved award in 2002.

2006 BULLDOGS

Personal: Chance C. Smith ... born Feb. 22, 1985 ... son of Gordie and Kay Smith ... sister, Kiley Smith, plays basketball at Emmanuel College ... grandfather, Bernie Smith, played in the Milwaukee Brewers organization from 1970-1972 and coached the Danville Warriors in 1973 ... uncle, Derik Smith, played baseball at Grambling from 197981 and in the Chicago Cubs organization from 1981-82. Major: Business administration. 2006: Overcoming injury obtained in the summer… last year’s performance gained him valuable experience… has improved his defensive skills… a nice compliment to Weathers in centerfield. 2005: Had a breakout year, as he came on to lead the team in hitting, not seeing significant playing time until the Wofford series… played in 38 games, getting the starting nod 22 times… started 14 games in center, getting his other eight starts as the designated hitter… ended the year with a career high .400 batting average, getting 36 hits in 90 at-bats… utilized incredible speed to also get four doubles, three triples, and eight stolen bases… connected for two home runs with his first career home run coming against ETSU (5/8)... his second home run came in the following game against NC State (5/ 11)… had multi-hit games 11 times, getting three hits in five of those contests… had three hits in each game of the Wofford series dating from 4/2-4/3… first career start came in game two of a double header with Wofford (4/2)… recorded first career hit coming off the bench against Coppin State (2/19)… played summer ball for the Florence Red Wolves of the Coastal Plain League. 2004: Redshirted, did not see action. High School: Earned two varsity baseball letters at Evans ... honored as team’s Offensive MVP in 2003 as a senior, while

YEAR 2005 Totals

GP-GS 38-22 38-22

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AB 90 90

R 27 27

CAREER HIGHS Runs: four, 4-02-05 vs Wofford Hits: three, five times (last 5-04-05 vs Winthrop) RBI: two, three times (last 5-11-05 vs NC State) H 36 36

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 4 4

3B 3 3

HR 2 2

RBI 11 11

SLG% .578 .578

BB 5 5

SO 14 14

SB-SBA AVG 8-10 .400 8-10 .400


the Southern Collegiate Summer Baseball League.

Personal: Stephen Thomas Williams, Jr. ... born June 2, 1985 ... son of Tommy and Paula Williams ... father played 2006: Gained valuable experience last season, but must baseball at South Carolina from 1977-81 ... father is the improve consistency… should compete for role of right head baseball coach at Lexington High School. handed set-up man due to his outstanding breaking ball… Major: Sports management. excellent work ethic on and off the field.

2006 BULLDOGS

High School: Was a four-year letter winner at Lexington ... named to the all-area and all-region teams as a senior ... played on three Region Championship teams and one Upper-State Championship team ... posted a prep career record of 9-1 ... prep teammate of fellow Bulldogs Blaine Richardson and Tim Martin.

2005: Saw action on the hill for the Bulldogs in 18 games, all but one coming out of the bullpen… lone start came against Winthrop (5/4) where he received his only loss of the season… finished the year with a record of 21, getting his first career win in his first appearance of the year against Old Dominion (2/18) where he worked four innings giving up one earned run and striking out three… got his only other career win against Furman (5/15), where he pitched 1.2 innings in relief to pick up the win… ended the year with 25 strike outs to only 13 walks… also picked up first career save against ETSU (5/8) where he went four innings in relief, giving up one earned run. 2004: Saw action in four games on the mound ... three of four appearances came against Charleston Southern ... the other was versus Chicago State on 3/2 in Hawaii ... longest outing of the year came on 4/7 against Charleston Southern setting a personal-best with three strike outs ... did not record a decision and finished the year with a 12.00 ERA ... pitched a total of three innings with four strike outs and three base on balls ... played for the Carolina Warriors of YEAR 2004 2005 TOTALS

GP-GS 4-0 18-1 22-1

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

CG 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS IP: four, twice (last 5-8-05 vs ETSU) SO: three, four times (last 5-8-05 vs ETSU) BB: three, 5-8-05 vs ETSU

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 3.0 30.2 33.2

H 5 39 44

R 4 21 25

ER 4 20 24

BB 3 13 16

SO 4 25 29

SV 0 1 1

ERA 12.00 5.87 6.41

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scored one run and also knocked in a run, while receiving five free passes… also had one stolen base.

2006 BULLDOGS

High School: Earned AAAA all-state, all-area and all-region honors at Dutch Fork High School ... took home the SCHSL Scholar Athlete Award ... set a school record .506 batting average as a senior ... played on the second-place National Woodbat Tournament team ... received three varsity baseball letters. Personal: Matthew Arnold ... born July 8, 1986 ... son of Bob and Kim Arnold.

2006: Will challenge for everyday playing time in the outfield or at second base… one of the more capable offensive Major: players as he is one of the toughest outs on the team.

Business Administration.

2005: Appeared in 16 games for the Bulldogs, starting once as the designated hitter against UNCG (5/13)…

YEAR 2005 Totals

GP-GS 16-1 16-1

AB 12 12

R 1 1

H 0 0

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 0 0

3B 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Runs: one, 3-12-05 vs UNC Greensboro RBI: one, 4-2-05 vs Wofford

HR 0 0

RBI 1 1

SLG% .000 .000

BB 5 5

SO 0 0

SB-SBA AVG 1-1 .000 1-1 .000

2006: Must continue to improve in all areas... offensive skills 2006: Outstanding defensive replacement… improving need to be geared towards his speed... very exciting base offensive skills have placed him in competition for an OF runner. role… incredible work ethic on and off the diamond… among the leaders in the weight room. 2005: Redshirted, did not see game action 2005: Did not see game action. High School: Two-sport star, football and baseball, at Sequoyah High School ... earned four letters in football and 2004: Redshirted, did not see game action. three in baseball ... named to both the 6 AAAAA all-region football and baseball teams as a senior ... helped lead high High School: Attended Bishop England High School and school football team to the 2004 regional championship and was a member of the 2003 state championship baseball a No. 10 final ranking. team…coached at Bishop England by Mike Darnell. Personal: Aaron Beasley ... born Oct. 13, 1985 ... son Personal: Joseph Adam Hoerter…born May 9, of Dan and Cindy Beasley ... family member Charles Cole 1985…son of Sam and Nancy Hoerter. played football at NC State. Major: Business Administration. Major: Health & Wellness. 42 • Bulldog Baseball


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2006: Continues to improve defensively... in competition for the third catcher’s spot. 2005: Did not see game action.

2006: Competing for playing time at second base and behind the plate... brings outstanding speed to the plate... very good leadoff mentality... exciting young player. 2005: Did not see game action.

High School: Four year letterman... named all-region third baseman in 2003 and all-region catcher in 2004.

High School: Was a career .515 hitter, named to the allconference team four times, all-state three times and a Mr. Personal: Stephen Hunt... born June 30, 1986... son of Baseball finalist in the state of South Carolina for Williamsburg Academy and coach Steve Corey. Mark and Susan Hunt. Personal: Conrad Kellahan…born Aug. 29, 1986…son of Kimbo and Joni Kellahan…father was a member of The Citadel soccer team and brother, Ken, played football for the Bulldogs.

Major: Business Administration.

Major: Business Administration. inning of relief giving up no hits or runs, and striking out one… played for the Rock Hill Sox of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League. High School: Threw three straight no-hitters during senior year at Lexington High School ... was named to the 2004 2006: Outstanding breaking ball… must continue to improve all-region team and earned two varsity letters for his efforts location and command of all pitches… daily consistency on the diamond ... member of Lexington’s 2003 state runnerwill determine number of innings this year. up team ... played for coach Tommy Williams, father of fellow Bulldog hurler Stephen Williams. 2005: Had 12 appearances on the year, with all but two coming out of the bullpen… got the starting nod against NC Personal: Timothy Martin ... born Dec. 31, 1985 ... son State (5/11) where he had his longest outing of the year of Don and Donna Martin ... father, Don, played soccer at going five innings giving up three earned runs, while recording the University of South Carolina ... prep teammate of fellow one strike out… his other start came against the College of Bulldogs Blaine Richardson and Stephen Williams. Charleston (5/27) in the SoCon Tournament… ended the CAREER HIGHS year with 18.1 innings of work, getting 11 strike outs… did Major: Business IP: 5.0, 5-11-05 vs NC State not surrender a home run all season… first career appearance Administration. SO: two, twice (last 3-25-05 vs Western) came against Coppin State (2/19) where he worked one BB: four, 3-25-05 vs Western YEAR 2005 TOTALS

GP-GS 12-2 12-2

W-L 0-1 0-1

CG 0 0

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS IP 18.1 18.1

H 24 24

R 20 20

ER 16 16

BB 15 15

SO 11 11

SV 0 0

ERA 7.85 7.85

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Brook (3/4)… drove in a season best four runs in a game against Wofford (4/2)… had 19 multi-hit games, getting three hits on three separate occasions, four hits once, and also went 5-5 in a game against Davidson (4/30)… also had five hits in 16 at-bats during the SoCon Tournament… played for the Florence Red Wolves of the Coastal Plain League. High School: Was 16th overall rated first baseman in the nation by Team One Baseball... received 3A all-state honors at Tampa Jesuit High School as a senior ... named to the 2004 Florida Scholar-Athlete Team ... batted .500 with five 2006: Has adjusted extremely well with the move to left home runs and 16 doubles during senior campaign ... helped field from first base… will hit third in the line-up… another lead Tampa Jesuit to two Florida state final-four appearances Bulldog who had an incredible All-Star performance during ...received three varsity baseball letters. the summer… is adjusting well to using the whole field in his Personal: Christopher Swauger ... born Aug. 11, 1986 offensive approach. ... son of Joe Swauger and Victoria Parrish. 2005: Played in all 59 games, starting at first base 57 times, and coming off the bench on two separate occasions… Major: Business Administration. ended the year with a .316 batting average, while also belting CAREER HIGHS six home runs in his freshman campaign, which was good Runs: three, 4-2-05 vs Wofford for second best on the team… drove in 42 runs, and scored Hits: five, 4-30-05 vs Davidson 37 times as well… hit first career home run against Stony RBI: four, 4-2-05 vs Wofford YEAR 2005 Totals

GP-GS 59-57 50-57

AB 225 225

R 37 37

H 71 71

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS 2B 16 16

3B 0 0

2006: Possible redshirt... could be utilized as the role infielder... has ability to play all three infield positions and catch. High School: Earned two varsity letters and was named to the all-region team in 2004 and all-state in 2005 at Summerville High School. Personal: Bryan Altman…born Aug.12, 1987…son of Mike and Robbie Altman. Major: Business Administration. 44 • Bulldog Baseball

HR 6 6

RBI 42 42

SLG% .470 .470

BB 24 24

SO 36 36

SB-SBA AVG 3-5 .316 3-5 .316

2006: An exciting young player with an excellent breaking ball…. will be utilized out of the bullpen and as possible designated hitter…. must improve defensively to establish self as an infielder. High School: Played under coach John Chalus at Stratford High School, where he was a member of the 2005 4A State Championship team… named all-region in 2005… fouryear baseball letter winner… had a career record of 11-1 on the mound while also batting .432 with 16 homeruns in his prep career… played AAU for the Diamond Devils for


three years… prep teammate of fellow Bulldogs Matt Crim and Sonny Meade.

percentage…. will see definite playing time in a number of different roles.

Personal: Matthew Ray Crim, Jr… born Aug. 14, 1987… son of Matt and Debbie Crim.

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Personal: Brett Bull… born August 2, 1986… son of High School: Was a three-year letter winner at Stratford Ben and Laura Bull. High School… named all-state and all-region in 2005… finished prep career with a 17-1 record on the mound, Major: Business Administration. posting a career ERA of 2.35… member of the 2005 4A State Baseball Champions… prep teammate of fellow Bulldogs Brett Bull and Sonny Meade.

Major: Business Administration.

2006: Has established himself as a defensive substitution based on fall performance… will be a very exciting player in the future. High School: Two-time first team all-district and all-area, and was also the team captain his senior year… three-year letter winner in baseball… finished his prep career with a .305 batting average, while hitting .375 in his senior year… stole 62 bases in his career, swiping 25 in his senior season… played for the Regional Finalist Mansfield High baseball team for Texas 5A… also was a three-year letter winner in basketball, where he was named the District and team MVP his senior season… named team captain for the basketball team in his senior season.

2006: Probable red shirt candidate… extremely hard worker that must continue to improve in all areas. High School: Played baseball at Berkely High School in Monks Corner, S.C.… senior year was named team MVP and also won the Rob Watson Coaches award… had a batting of .340 in his senior year.

Personal: Graham Couch… born March 2, 1987… son of Charles and Lisa Couch.

Personal: Johnny Dangerfield… born Sept. 3, 1986… son of Johnny and Terry Dangerfield.

Major: Physical Education.

Major: Physical Education.

2006: A very solid defensive performer based on his fall 2006: Has had a very consistent fall…. an impressive strike production…. will definitely see playing time as a thrower based on fall performance but must improve strike 14-Time SoCon Champs • 45


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freshman…. can also be utilized in short relief because of his arm strength. High School: Earned seven varsity letters in baseball at W. Wyman King Academy… was named to the 2001 and 2002 Region II 2A All-Region team… 2003, 2004, and 2005 Region II 2A Player of the Year… 2003 and 2004 All Area SCISA Player of the Year… 2004 and 2005 High School Sports Report SCISA A Player of the Year... was a member of State Championship team in 2001, 2003, and 2004… also lettered three times in football and twice in 2006: Probable red shirt candidate… in competition for basketball. the third catcher’s spot… must continue to improve in all Personal: Sidney Fallaw… born Oct. 24, 1986… son of areas. Allan and Paula Fallaw. High School: Lettered three times in baseball and hit .364 in senior season. Major: Physical Education. Personal: Brian Shubsda… born Feb. 24, 1987… son of Adam and Abby Shubsda. Major: Physical Education.

2006: Has had extremely impressive success this fall…. will be utilized as a possible set-up man and is competing extremely hard for the right handed designated hitter position…. must continue to adjust offensively and be able to handle the successes and failures he will face. 2006: Will definitely see playing time as a freshman…. an extremely hard worker who must continue to improve in all High School: Graduate of Stratford High where he finished areas of his game. his career with a batting average of .440 as well as going 19-1 on the mound with a career ERA of 1.21… member High School: Graduate of James Island High School where of the 2005 4A State Championship baseball team… played he earned four letters in baseball… was named to the allsummer ball for the Diamond Devils out of Charleston, S.C. state and all-region in senior season… ended career with a where he was a member of three National Championship batting average of .413… member of 18U WWBA National teams. Championship team. Personal: Sonny Meade… born April 11, 1987… son Personal: Trey Thomas… born July 1, 1987...son of of Sam Meade and Chris and Holly Fesler… mother and Rusty and Carol Thomas. father are former All-American basketball players at the College of Charleston. Major: Business Administration. Major: Business Administration.

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Personal: Wesley Wrenn… born April 17, 1986… son of Carl and Sandy Wrenn.

2006 BULLDOGS

Major: Business Administration.

2006: Possible redshirt candidate... very exciting young player with great offensive potential. High School: Attended Bishop England High School and was a part of the 2003 and 2005 state championship baseball teams coached by Mike Darnell…was named to the allconference team his senior year…received the Tammy Reynolds Good Sportsmanship Award. Personal: Joey Welling…born Sept. 30, 1986…son of Owen and Beth Welling…grandfather, Henry Kennedy, played football at The Citadel. Major: Business Administration.

2006: Has had a very consistent fall and will definitely see playing time as a freshman…. extremely polished and in command of the strike zone with three different pitches High School: Graduated from Wesleyan Christian Academy where he played baseball, basketball, soccer, and was also a member of the swim team… named allstate, all-conference, MVP, and North Carolina High School Player of the Year in 2005… senior season hit for a batting average of .692 and also threw three no- hitters… member of NC Stars, number one team in the nation in 16U AAU... also played for the On Deck O’s who were a top-10 team in the nation in 18U AAU.

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2006 COACHES Fred Jordan, a former Citadel baseball letterman, is in his 15th season at the helm of his alma mater’s baseball program and holds a 490-346 (.586) overall record, all with the Bulldogs. Jordan has instilled the ideals of belief, faith and trust into Citadel baseball. Players under Jordan are known for playing “The Citadel Way”— Long, Hard and Fast. Citadel Baseball has been recognized for its tenacious pace of play and tremendous discipline that Jordan sets forth in the everyday rigors of practice and throughout the regular season. He has led the Bulldogs to six Southern Conference Tournament championships and six NCAA Regional appearances in the last ten years, including the 2004 SoCon Championship and an appearance at the 2004 NCAA Regional held in Columbia, S.C. No other NCAA Division I baseball program has been a part of their conference championship more than The Citadel in the past ten years. In his 14 seasons, Jordan’s Bulldogs average more than 36 victories a year, including 41 victories in 1999, which

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currently ranks as the second highest win total in Citadel history. He is considered the dean of Southern Conference baseball coaches as he has won ten Southern Conference championships, seven more than the nearest competitor. Jordan stresses strong pitching and solid defense in order to win championships. Under Jordan, The Citadel has won the pitching title seven of the last 14 years and six of the last 11. Under Jordan, 41 Bulldogs have been honored as All-SoCon performers, while 37 have been named to the All-Tournament team, including a record seven in 2004. He has coached one Southern Conference Male Athlete of the Year, five Southern Conference Pitchers of the Year, three Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year, one Southern Conference Player of the Year, and six tournament Most Valuable Players. Jordan has been honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year three times, the last being in 2003. Over the last eight seasons, Jordan’s teams have had the eyes of Charleston upon them. The Citadel has been ranked in the top-35 in national attendance for eight consecutive seasons. In 2001, the Bulldogs finished 25th in the nation, the highest ever for a Citadel team, with 53,501 fans turning out at Riley Park to see the Bulldogs play. In 2004, over 58,000 fans streamed through the gates of Riley Park to help set a single-season attendance record. In 2005, Jordan had his 37th player named to the Southern Conference All-Tournament team in shortstop Matt Matulia. Matulia registered a .333 batting average with two doubles, two home runs and six RBI in four games. Two seniors on the 2005 squad also received Southern Conference Player-of-the-Week honors as Chris Ard and pitcher Griff Beckham each earned the honor for their performance. Four seniors left their mark on Citadel baseball history. Ard, Josh Stackley and Jon Aughey each made their way into multiple top-10 lists, while Shannon Sprouse moved into seventh all-time in saves. Relief pitcher Link Saunders emerged to lead the Southern Conference in opposing batting average (.234) during his sophomore campaign. Saunders also finished third in the in the Southern Conference with a 3.15 earned run average. In 2004 The Citadel finished 21-9 in the Southern Conference and had three players named to the 2003 AllSouthern Conference squad; Chip Cannon and Jonathan Ellis were honored as members of the first-team, while Josh Stackley was named to the second team. A record seven Bulldogs earned all-tournament honors after leading The Citadel to its seventh SoCon Tournament title. Jordan’s 2004 team also became the first Bulldog team since 1998


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to win a NCAA Regional game as they downed Coastal Carolina 10-1 in the Regionals. The 2004 Bulldog club assaulted the record books like no other team in recent history as 19 career and/or season records were either tied or broken. The marks that standout are Cannon’s 17 homers, 71 base on balls and .990 fielding percentage, Stackley’s 274 at-bats, and Ellis’ 18 games started, nine complete games, 136.1 innings pitched and 12 wins. The 2004 team also left its mark on the field with a .974 team fielding percentage that broke the previous record of .968 set by the 2003 club. Ellis and Cannon took home several national honors as well, including All-American laurels. Cannon was quickly tabbed as a clutch power hitter and several teams took notice as he set a new Southern Conference and Citadel record with 71 walks in 2004, a mark which also led the nation last season. The dynamic pair capped off a great season by getting drafted on the first day of Major League Baseball Amateur draft. Ellis went in the sixth round to San Diego, while Cannon was picked by Toronto in the eighth round. The 2003 club finished 19-11 in the Southern Conference and had four players named to the 2003 AllSouthern Conference squad; Chris Ard and Chip Cannon were honored as members of the first-team and Brook Dantzler and Matt Hamer, who finished his career with second on the all-time appearances list with 108, were listed on the second-team. Freshman centerfielder Trent Weathers, who played in all 57 of the Bulldogs’ games, was honored by the Southern Conference Media Association as the Freshman of the Year.

With national powers Miami, North Carolina State, Florida State and South Carolina on the slate in 2003, Fred Jordan led his ball club to victories over the Hurricanes, Wolfpack and Gamecocks. He also became the fastest Citadel coach to reach the 400-win plateau as he accomplished the feat on March 8 with a 7-3 victory over Western Carolina. The 2002 team featured one All-American, two AllSouthern Conference performers and the Southern Conference’s Pitcher and Male Athlete of the Year. The 2002 team was no different than any other Jordan coached club, as they were one of the best pitching teams in the country. The Bulldogs’ earned run average ranked in the top-25 nationally and right-handed pitcher Randy Corn

The Record on Jordan HIGHER EDUCATION: • B.S. in Physical Education, 1979, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. • Master’s in Education, 1987, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. HEAD COACHING RECORD: High School Totals: 226-87 (.722) • Fort Johnson High School, 1980-82: 45-25 (.643) • James Island High School, 1983: 25-9 (.735) • Stratford High School, 1984-91: 156-53 (.746) College Totals: 490-346 (.586) • The Citadel, 1992-Present: 490-346 (.586) Career Coaching Totals: 684-420 (.629) ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS: High School • 1975 graduate of Garrett High School • 3 letters in football • 4 letters in baseball (All-Conference 1974, 1975) • Awards: Outstanding Offensive Back, 1975; Football MVP, 1975; Outstanding Pitcher, 1975; Male Athlete of the Year, 1975 College • 1979 graduate of The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. • 3 letters in baseball (1976, ‘77 & ‘79)

• Ace (Pitching) Award Winner, 1979 • Career Pitching Stats: 34 Games (4-1, 5 Saves, 2.95 ERA) COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: High School Fort Johnson High School • 1980 & ’81 AAA District Runner-up • 3rd in District AAA (1982) James Island High School • 1983 AAAA Lower State Champion Stratford High School • AAAA Final Four finishes (1985-87) • 1988 & ‘89 AAAA Lower State Runner-up • 1988 team ranked 28th by Collegiate Baseball • 1989 team ranked between 20th and 25th all season by USA Today • Several players pro draft choices out of high school • Coached 48 All-Conference performers • Coached 14 All-State performers • Coached 6 Lowcountry Player-of-the-Year choices • Region 6-AAAA Coach-of-the-Year (1987-89) • Assistant Coach, S.C. All-Star Game (1989) • Head Coach, Lowcountry All-Star Game (1991) College The Citadel • 2004 SoCon Tournament champions

• 2003 Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year • 2002 SoCon regular season champions • 2001 SoCon Tournament champions • 2000 SoCon regular season co-champions • 1999 SoCon Coach-of-the-Year • 1999 SoCon Tournament champions • 1999 SoCon regular season champions • 1998 SoCon Tournament champions • 1995 SoCon Coach-of-the-Year • 1995 SoCon Tournament champions • 1995 SoCon regular season champions • 1994 SoCon Tournament champions • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001 & 2004 NCAA Regionals • Has coached 41 All-Conference performers, including 1992 Pitcher of the Year Gettys Glaze, 1997 Freshman of the Year Rodney Hancock, 1998 Freshman of the Year Philip Hartig, 1999 Pitcher of the Year Brian Wiley, 2001 Pitcher-of-the-Year Eric Talbert, 2001 Player of the Year Philip Hartig, 2002 Pitcher of the Year & Male Athlete of the Year Randy Corn, 2003 Freshman of the Year Trent Weath ers, 2004 Pitcher of the Year Jonathan Ellis • Has coached 37 Southern Conference All-Tourna ment selections and six tournament MVPs. • Has produced 19 players that were drafted in the Major League Baseball amatuer draft.

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proved to be the workhorse of the Bulldogs’ staff as he saved 13 games, tying a school record. Corn’s 1.37 ERA was good enough for second lowest in the country and earned him Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year honors. Joining Corn in the category of pitching dominance was junior reliever Matt Hamer, who compiled a 9-2 record to earn second-team All-SoCon honors. When remarking about the 2002 team it is impossible to ignore the names of 13th-round draft pick T.A. Fulmer and team batting leader David Griffin. Fulmer, who threw the fifth no hitter in school history, became the 17th Bulldog selected since Jordan took over. Griffin, perhaps the epitome of Jordan’s style, went on to play minor league baseball, carrying on, along with Fulmer, the Bulldog tradition of graduating players to the professional ranks. Of Jordan’s 19 draftees, 13 were pitchers, and three are currently on Major League 40-man rosters. Britt Reames (Oakland A’s) became the first Bulldog ever to participate in the Major League Baseball Postseason. Scott Mullen (Kansas City Royals) and Dallas McPherson (Anahiem Angels) are currently listed on their respective preseason squads. The 2001 team featured three All-Americans, four first-team All-Southern Conference performers and the Southern Conference’s Pitcher and Player of the Year. The Bulldogs’ earned run average ranked in the top-25 nationally and were led by Corn, who compiled an 8-3 record and 12 saves to earn second-team All-America honors. When mentioning the 2001 team it is impossible not to mention the names of second-round draft pick Dallas McPherson and Southern Conference Player of the Year Philip Hartig. McPherson, the 57th overall selection of the Anaheim Angels in the 2001 draft, became the third-highest

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selected Bulldog in school history. Hartig, perhaps the most prolific offensive power in Southern Conference history, set 10 Citadel and six Southern Conference all-time records during his senior season and teamed with McPherson to be the most dominant offensive duo in the Southern Conference. The 2000 championship team featured two allAmericans, three first-team All-Southern Conference performers and two second team All-Southern Conference members. Junior centerfielder Chris Morris led the nation by stealing 84 bases and established the single season Southern Conference record. Those 84 swipes also set the Southern Conference all-time record for stolen bases at 147. Morris was named first team all-America by Baseball Weekly and also earned first team All-Southern Conference honors. In typical Jordan fashion, the 2000 team was not without strong pitching. Senior right-hander Ron Colvard posted 11 wins, which stands as the second highest total in school history. Along with Colvard, senior closer Jay Morgan posted 10 saves, which is the highest total since 1995 when Donald Morillo posted 13 saves for Jordan’s second Southern Conference championship team. In 1999, Jordan’s team posted a career best 41 victories en route to the regular season crown and the Southern Conference Tournament championship. The Bulldogs participated in the NCAA Regional in Tallahassee, Fla., and Jordan was named the Southern Conference’s Coach of the Year for the second time in his career. In 1998, The Citadel won 37 games, marking the fourth-highest single-season victory total in school history, and won the Southern Conference Tournament crown by outscoring its four opponents by a combined score of 37-3. In addition, Jordan saw three members of his 1998 club selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. In


Jordan was named Region 6-AAAA Coach of the Year in 1987, 1988 and 1989, and served as the head coach of the Lowcountry All-Star team in 1991. He served as the assistant coach of the South Carolina All-Star team in 1989. His high school coaching record in 12 seasons was 226-87 (.722). Jordan had over 30 high school players go on to play collegiate baseball. He coached four professional draft choices, six Lowcountry Players of the Year and 48 allconference picks. Two of Jordan’s players in high school Lee Glaze and Anthony Jenkins - went on to become Southern Conference Athletes of the Year at The Citadel and earn induction into the school’s athletic hall of fame. A Charleston native and 1975 graduate of Garrett High School, he is married to the former Debra Mattox of Charleston and the couple has two children, Kristen, who just recently graduated from Clemson in the spring of 2004, and Kyle, who is a member of the Stratford High School baseball team.

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the spring of 1998, he had three players with 4.0 grade point averages, five Gold Stars (3.8+ GPA) honorees and 17 AD’s Honor Roll (3.0+ GPA and/or 2.75 cumulative GPA) members. His 1995 squad captured the Southern Conference regular season crown by five games, the Southern Conference Tournament Championship and made their second consecutive trip to NCAA Regional play. The 1994 Bulldogs captured the Southern Conference Tournament, won the play-in series with the Ohio Valley Conference tournament champion and earned the right to participate in the NCAA East Regional at Clemson. The Citadel advanced to the quarterfinal round of play before bowing out with a 5-1 loss to Notre Dame. This was accomplished with only two seniors and five freshmen in the everyday lineup. Jordan, 45, was named The Citadel’s head coach on Jan. 14, 1992, only 28 days prior to the team’s seasonopener against Coastal Carolina in Conway. He replaced his former college head coach Chal Port, who retired prior to the 1992 season after coaching baseball at The Citadel from 1965-1991. Jordan is the fifth head coach in modernday Citadel baseball history (since 1954). Jordan is a 1979 graduate of The Citadel where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and a master’s degree in education in 1987. He lettered as a pitcher in 1976, 1977 and 1979 for the Bulldogs under Port. He won an Ace (Pitching) Award in 1979 and was a member of the 1979 Southern Conference Baseball Championship squad. Prior to his appointment at The Citadel, Jordan had been one of the most respected high school baseball coaches in the state of South Carolina. He was the head coach at Stratford High School from 1984-1991 before The Citadel called. He led the Knights to an overall record of 156-53 (.746), and during his tenure at Stratford, the Knights were Lower State runners-up in 1988 and 1989. At Fort Johnson High and James Island High schools in Charleston, Jordan led the Trojans and Rams to an overall record of 70-34 (.673) from 1980-83, including the AAAA Lower State Championship in 1983 at James Island. His 1980 and ‘81 Fort Johnson teams were AAA District runners-up. In 12 years as a high school head coach, Jordan led each of his teams to a state playoff appearance and all 12 squads finished no worse than second place in their conference. His 1988 Stratford team racked up 20 wins in a row en route to a No. 28 ranking by Collegiate Baseball. His 1989 squad started the season ranked 20th by USA Today and was ranked between 20th and 25th the entire season.

The Jordan Era Year Won 1992 35 1993 32 1994 32 1995 39 1996 33 1997 37 1998 37 1999 41 2000 39 2001 38 2002 31 2003 32 2004 39 2005 25 Total 490

Lost Tied 20 0 25 0 34 0 21 0 26 0 21 0 24 0 20 0 20 0 24 0 26 0 25 0 28 0 34 0 358 0

Pct. .636 .561 .485 .650 .559 .638 .607 .672 .661 .613 .545 .561 .582 .420 .580

SoCon 10-9 (4th) 13-9 (3rd) 11-13 (5th) 19-5 (1st) 13-10 (4th) 16-7 (3rd) 21-5 (2nd) 24-5 (1st) 23-7 (1st) 20-10 (2nd) 22-8 (1st) 19-11 (3rd) 21-9 (3rd) 17-19 (6th) 257-127 (.670)

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Chris Lemonis is in his 12th season with the Bulldog coaching staff and his fourth season as the associate head coach to Fred Jordan. A four-year letterman and one of the most prolific power hitters in The Citadel history, Lemonis serves as the primary hitting and outfield instructor. A 1992 graduate of The Military College of South Carolina, Lemonis was a two-time All-Southern Conference performer. He served in the second assistant capacity in charge of catchers and hitters in his previous six seasons and now is in his fourth year as the recruiting coordinator. Under Lemonis’ guidance, the Bulldog hitters have assaulted The Citadel record books as 35 of the Bulldogs’ season, career, and game offensive records are held by hitters coached by Lemonis. He also continues to improve the play of the Dogs’ outfielders, as he is responsible for the outfield defense. In 2005, three seniors left their mark on multiple Citadel career lists. Jon Aughey and Josh Stackley reached the top ranks in three offensive categories, while Chris Ard moved into two. Stackley registered a career-high .314 batting average in 2005 while Ard accumulated a personal best 90 hits. Aughey, Stackley and Ard are not the only ones to flourish under Lemonis’ guidance. Matt Matulia exploded for a team high 10 home runs during the 2005 campaign, while not hitting a single collegiate jack prior to his junior year. Newcomer Chris Swauger also belted a second best six dingers and boasted a .316 batting average as a freshman. In 2004, the Lemonis-led lineup set a new Citadel record for hits, 698, and at-bats, 2,343, on their way to leading the Bulldogs to their seventh Southern Conference title in school history. Just as Philip Hartig did, Chip Cannon fed off of Lemonis’ tutelage, as he set several new offensive records, even surpassing some of Hartig’s, and leading the nation in walks at seasons end with 71. The amazing thing about that number is that it is not only a new SoCon and Citadel record, but he did it while also tying the Bulldogs’ singleseason home run record with 17 round-trippers. Cannon, who was drafted in the eighth round by

the Toronto Blue Jays, tied the record for base on balls in a single game with five, and can be found in six top-10 offensive career charts. The power-hitting first baseman could not only hit for power, which was evident by his 40 career homers, but he could also hit for average. The 2003 team led the Southern Conference in batting average with a team average of .307. The Bulldogs also finished second in triples (22), while they finished in the top five in fifteen other offensive categories in 2003. The 2000 team led the Southern Conference in batting average (.325), runs (492), hits (687), doubles (138), triples (23) and a Southern Conference record 198 stolen bases. Hartig, perhaps the most prolific offensive player in Citadel history, reaped the benefits of Lemonis’ strong influence and guidance. Hartig broke over ten school records along with six Southern Conference all-time records. Lemonis was pivotal in the development of Hartig and helped him to become one of only two players in Southern Conference history to earn first-team all-conference honors during all four of his playing years. Hartig is not the only Bulldog to have excelled under Lemonis. Dallas McPherson, the 57th overall selection in the 2001 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft and the third highest draftee in Citadel history excelled as well. McPherson’s name appears on three different all-time categories after only playing three years under Lemonis’ tutelage. Lemonis coached another All-American in 2000 in the shape of Chris Morris who led the nation in stolen bases with 84 and earned first team All-America honors from Baseball Weekly. Morris was later selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 15th round of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Morris of note became one of nine minor league players to ever steal over 100 bases in a season. Lemonis has been pivotal in the development of a total of seven Citadel All-Americans, two freshman AllAmericans, 16 first team All-Southern Conference performers, one Southern Conference Player of the Year and one Southern Conference Freshman of the Year. Of those, six players were selected in the amateur draft. An All-Southern Conference and all-state performer his senior season, Lemonis paced the Bulldogs with a .367 average, 10 home runs and 66 RBI. He was also named to the 1993 All-Southern Conference Tournament team and was second team All-Southern Conference selection following his sophomore campaign. Lemonis is a 1988 graduate of Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, S.C. A native of Myrtle Beach, S.C., Lemonis is married to the former Jill MacEldowny of Greensboro, N.C. They have two daughters Marissa (9), and Mackenzie (5).


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David Beckley enters his fifth season with the Bulldogs as an assistant coach and continues to work with the infielders and base runners. Beckley also assists associate coach Chris Lemonis with all aspects of recruiting prospective student-athletes. Under Beckley, the Bulldogs have flourished defensively. Head coach Fred Jordan has always preached that good pitching and solid defense wins championships, and Beckley firmly believes in that system. After setting the school’s fielding percentage record at .968 in 2003, all the 2004 club did was smash it with a .974 fielding percentage. Beckley’s defense only committed 69 errors in 2,633 chances and tallied a record breaking 762 assists, surpassing the previous mark of 715 set in 1994. The 2005 squad again continued the defensive tradition with a .968 percentage that equalled the ‘03 finish. With such a solid defense behind them, Jordan can allow his pitchers to pitch without any fear of being let down by a defender. Beckley’s other task is to put pressure on opposing pitchers and defenses by coaching the Bulldogs base runners. A solid base stealer himself, Beckley swiped 103 bags in four seasons as a Bulldog. He has taken his approach to base running and instilled it into the current Citadel base runners. His guidance is beginning to pay dividends, as several current Bulldogs are quickly becoming threats on the base paths. Jon Aughey was one swipe shy of the career top10 list in stolen bases as he recorded 65 over the four years he played for the Bulldogs. Chris Ard swiped a season high 29 bases in 2005, giving him a career total of 54. Aughey and Ard are not the only players to benefit from Beckley’s knowledge. Senior Trent Weathers will continue to be a base stealing threat to any club in the conference as he has totalled 42 stolen bases in 52 attempts over a three year span. Beckley played a pivotal part in the development of the 2003 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year Weathers. Weathers not only played in every game for the Bulldogs in 2003 and hit over .300, but Beckley helped

hone the fleet-footed Weathers into one of the nation’s leading base stealing threats. Weathers broke The Citadel freshman stolen base mark with 25 steals in only 30 attempts. Beckley is no stranger to The Citadel as he was a four-year letter winner under coach Fred Jordan. Among the smartest base runners in conference history, the James Island native finished his career as the top base stealer in Southern Conference history as he eclipsed the century mark and finished with 104 stolen bases. A 1996 graduate of The Military College of South Carolina, Beckley previously served as the head baseball coach at Berkeley High School and had stints as an assistant coach at both Barnwell and James Island high schools. While at Berkeley, he coached Weathers. Beckley was a member of the 1994 and 1995 Southern Conference Championship teams and brings continuity and dedication to the program. Beckley finished second on the team in batting average his senior season as he batted .335 and led the team with 37 stolen bases, 65 runs scored and five triples to lead the Bulldogs to their second consecutive Southern Conference title. He was tabbed to the South Carolina Collegiate All-State team in 1994 and 1996, while being named The Citadel’s team MVP in 1996. A 1992 graduate of Stratford High School, Beckley earned two letters in football and four letters in baseball. During his senior season, he played in the North-South baseball game and the Shrine Bowl for football. For his efforts the High School Sports Report named him the Lowcountry Co-Player-of-the-Year along with former Bulldog pitcher Brian Callahan (1993-96). Beckley is married to the former Lauren Garmon of James Island. The couple has one daughter, Payton (3), and a newborn son, Tanner.

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BEFORE THEY WERE COACHES All four members of The Citadel coaching staff enjoyed fine playing careers before becoming coaches. Fred Jordan, a 1979 graduate of The Citadel, lettered three seasons as a right-handed pitcher and earned an Ace Award in 1979. He helped the Bulldogs to the 1979 Southern Conference championship. Chris Lemonis ended his career in 1993 by leading The Citadel in runs scored (52), total bases (132), doubles (19), home runs (10) and RBI (66) as a senior and garnering all-league honors. David Beckley finished his superb career at The Citadel as the Southern Conference’s all-time leader in stolen bases (104), and The Citadel’s all-time leader in games played (236), runs (198), at-bats (875), and hits(257). Beckley was a member of the 1994 and 1995 championship teams. Randy Carlson, a 2003 graduate of Lander, was part of the 2001 Lander team that Chris Lemonis reached No. 9 nationally. Carlson helped the Bearcats to a school record 33 wins, including 18 Peach Belt Conference victories. Prior to his stint at Lander, Carlson played behind the plate at Jamestown Community College where he led the team in various hitting categories. David Beckley 56 • Bulldog Baseball

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Randy Carlson enters his first season as an assistant at The Citadel where he works primarily with the catchers. A 2003 graduate of Lander University, Carlson was the assistant coach at his alma mater from 2003-05 where he worked with the catchers, outfielders and hitters. He also acted as first base coach and camp director. In 2005, he coached a Lander team that reached the national ranks at number seven, the Bearcats’ highest ranking in school history. Carlson has also coached three players that went on to the professional ranks.

Carlson received a coaches award in 2001, and was named to the Peach Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2001 and 2002 during his playing days at Lander. He was part of a Bearcat team that reached ninth nationally in 2001. That same club finished the ‘01 season with a school record 33 wins, including a season high 18 Peach Belt Conference victories. In every season in which Carlson was a player or coach, Lander was ranked among the top 30 in the country. The Gerry, N.Y., native also played at Jamestown Community College, who he led to a NJCAA Regional in 1999 and paced the squad in home runs during the WNYAC season and hits his sophomore year. Prior to coming to The Citadel, Carlson acted as head coach of the Wayne County Raptors of the New York Collegiate Baseball League this past summer. A ‘97 graduate of Cassadaga Valley Central School in Sinclairville, N.Y., Carlson is an active member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. Carlson is currently working on his master’s degree at the United States Sports Academy.


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ADMINISTRATION Citadel President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa was born in Springfield, Ill., Sept. 28, 1951. After graduating high school in Jacksonville, Fla. in 1969, he was recruited to play football at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. While at The Citadel, Rosa was starting Bulldog quarterback in 1970 and went on to earn three varsity letters in football. He graduated from The Citadel in 1973 with a degree in business administration and was awarded a commission in the Air Force. A command fighter pilot with more than 3,600 flying hours, Rosa enjoyed an illustrious 32-year career in the Air Force. Among his career highlights, he was stationed in

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Lossiemouth, Scotland, as an American exchange officer flying the Jaguar for the Royal Air Force. He has commanded at squadron, group and wing levels at air bases in South Korea, Idaho, South Carolina, New Mexico and Georgia. He served as inspector general for Pacific Air Forces at Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii and commandant of The Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. As deputy director for operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, D.C., he was in charge of the National Military Command Center and served as the military spokesman for the Pentagon when U.S. troops were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq in 2002. In July 2003, he was named superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and in September of that year, he was promoted to lieutenant general. R o s a holds a master’s degree in public administration from Golden Gate University. He is a graduate of the Air Force Command and Staff College, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College. He has also studied at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, the Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Air Force Commendation Medal and the Combat Readiness Medal with two oak leaf clusters. He has flown the A-7, A-10, Hunter and Jaguar aircraft, F16, F-117A, HH-60G and HC-130. On Jan. 3, 2006, Rosa returned to The Citadel where he serves as 19th president. He is married to Donna Kangeter, a Charleston native. They have two sons, Jonathan and Brad (‘03), and a grandson, Michael Bradley, who is the son of Jonathan and his wife, Elisha.


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At a school where leadership is taught and duty is part of the curriculum, The Citadel has the right person to lead its Department of Athletics in Les Robinson. A virtual Who’s Who in intercollegiate athletics and one of the region’s most sought-after speakers, Robinson is in his fifth year as the Bulldogs’ Director of Athletics. Possessing more than four decades of college athletic experience to his credit, Robinson, who also served as athletics director and basketball coach at North Carolina State and East Tennessee State, is only the fifth athletics director in Citadel history. He served as the Bulldogs’ basketball coach from 197485, having spent the five previous seasons as an assistant coach. On July 14, 2000, Maj. Gen. John Grinalds introduced Robinson at a press conference as the “ideal person to lead The Citadel’s athletic programs.” He began his Citadel responsibilities six weeks later on September 1. In his first five years leading The Citadel’s athletics program, Robinson’s skills as a proven fund-raiser have already benefited The Citadel Brigadier Foundation. Robinson has been faced with having to hire three football coaches during his tenure. The process in which he hired Ellis Johnson, John Zernhelt and current coach Kevin Higgins, featured a coastto-coast whirlwind tours of the entire Citadel family, and was received extremely well. He was successful in getting numerous people to talk about Citadel football months in advance. He has extended basketball coach Pat Dennis’ contract, and administratively, has realigned the Athletics Department’s administration. During the past four years, the school witnessed the opening of the Altman Athletic Center at Johnson Hagood Stadium and the addition to McAlister Field House for women’s athletics. He hired the school’s first senior woman administrator, taken measures to revamp totally the department’s weight room, and is personally spearheading the football stadium project. The stadium project has entered the forefront in The Citadel Athletics community as the West Side stands have been torn down and rebuilding expected to be complete in August. The Citadel, under Robinson’s guidance, has hosted the Southern Conference cross-country championships, the first two rounds of the women’s basketball championships, the men and women’s tennis championships and the baseball tournament. A 1965 graduate of N.C. State, Robinson served five years as a Bulldog assistant coach under Dick Campbell and George Hill, and eventually spent 11 seasons as The Citadel’s head basketball coach from 1974-85. He directed the 1978-79 and 1984-85 teams to 20 and 18 victories, respectively.

Robinson was named the Southern Conference Coach of the Year in 1979 and was tabbed South Carolina’s Coach of the Year in 1979 and 1985. Following his tenure at The Citadel, Robinson became the head basketball coach at East Tennessee State, where he coached the Buccaneers for five years increasing their win total (7-14-20-27) each year. He resurrected the ETSU program that won just seven games in 1987 to its finest run of basketball and athletics successes in school history. Robinson guided the Buccaneers to two NCAA Tournament appearances (1989 and 1990), a pair of Southern Conference Tournament championships (1989 and 1990) and was named Southern Conference and Tennessee Coach of the Year following the 1990 campaign. The Buccaneers also produced record levels of departmental revenue while he served the dual role of head basketball coach and athletics director. The West Virginia native remains the only coach in Southern Conference men’s basketball history to earn league coach of the year honors at two different schools, and he ranks fifth on the conference’s list of basketball wins. Robinson returned to Raleigh and his alma mater prior to the 1990-91 basketball campaign to coach the Wolfpack and replaced Jim Valvano. Robinson promptly guided N.C. State to a 20-11 record and NCAA Tournament appearance while earning the NABC’s District Coach of the Year honor in his first season atop the Wolfpack program. His teams also enjoyed commendable academic success during the decade while graduation rates and grade point averages increased and the academic qualifications of incoming freshmen improved. He also posted the best career winning percentage against North Carolina of any ACC coach during his tenure. As athletic director at N.C. State from 1996-2000, Robinson oversaw a department with an operating budget of $25 million and sent 11 teams to postseason play. During his final year, the department witnessed a $1.1 million surplus. In addition, the cumulative grade point average of athletes at the ACC institution exceeded that of the general student body. Robinson and the N.C State family also witnessed the opening of the Entertainment and Sports Arena, a 19,700seat facility which serves as the home of the Wolfpack men’s basketball program and the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League. As an undergraduate at N.C. State, Robinson served as team captain and led the Wolfpack freshman basketball squad in scoring in 1961 while playing for legendary coach Everett Case. He earned two varsity letters with the Wolfpack in 1963 and 1964, spent the 1965 season as a student assistant coach and was promoted to graduate assistant status in 1966. He departed N.C. State after the 1966 season to coach at Cedar Key High School in Cedar Key, Fla. where he went 41-9 in two seasons. Robinson then made a one-season assistant coaching stop at Western Carolina where he earned his Master’s degree before joining The Citadel’s coaching staff prior to the 1969-70 campaign. Robinson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in education and recreation from N.C. State in 1965. The Robinson’s, who have maintained a home on Sullivan’s Island since coaching at The Ctiadel, have four children: Greg, Robby, Kelly and Barbara; and eight grandchildren: L.G. Robinson, Savannah Graves, Lily Graves, James Graham Boyd, Hugh Bissell Graves, Mary Emma Graves, Charles Simon Boyd and Samuel Robinson Boyd.

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SUPPORT STAFF Craig Clark enters his sixth year as a member of The Citadel Sports Medicine staff and his fourth as the Assistant Director of Sports Medicine. Clark primarily works with The Citadel baseball team and oversees the dayto-day operations of The Citadel Sports Medicine Department. The 1999 graduate of East Tennessee State University is a certified athletic trainer and a licensed emergency medical technician.

Clark, a native of Knoxville, Tenn. recently completed his master’s degree in Physical Education at The Citadel’s College of Graduate and Professional Studies. While completing his undergraduate degree, he completed two summer internships with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. Prior to his arrival, Clark spent the spring of 2000 as an intern athletic trainer with the Atlanta Braves Organization. The highlight of Clark’s young athletic training career came in the summer of 2003 when he and Citadel Director of Sports Medicine Andy Clawson were named College and University Athletic Training Staff of the Year by the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’Association. Clark is also active in the community, serving as a member of the Charleson County Athletic Board. He began his service on the board in December of 2003 after being appointed to a four-year term by the Charleston County Council.

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Director of Media Relations Noelle Orr South Carolina ‘00

Assistant Director of Media Relations Melanie Long Georgia ‘04

Assistant Director of Media Relations

Assistant Director of Media Relations

Al Buddin The Citadel ‘03

Erik Bell Bowling Green ‘04

Student Assistants: Joe Douglas, Matt Smith, Brian Starnes and John Thompson

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2005 Individual Statistics AB 203 273 260 243 235 241 157 204 251 207

HOME RUNS Caleb Moore, ETSU ....................... 15 Chris Campbell, CofC ..................... 15 Derrick Smith, GSU ........................ 13 Flint Wipke, GSU ............................ 13 Steven Strausbaugh, WCU ............. 12

HITS Brett Gardner, CofC ..................... 122 D.J. Wabick, CofC ........................ 108 Chris Campbell, CofC ................... 102 James Payne, GSU ......................... 99 Phillip Coker, CofC ......................... 97

RUNS BATTED IN Chris Campbell, CofC ..................... 87 Caleb Moore, ETSU ....................... 73 Evan Erickson, Elon ........................ 68 D.J. Wabick, CofC .......................... 66 Jason Hurst, GSU ........................... 60

WALKS Jared Greenwood, WCU ................ 54 Chris Price, Elon ............................. 52 Phillip Coker, CofC ......................... 46 Logan Phillips, GSU ........................ 41 Jay Heafner, Dav ............................ 36

RUNS SCORED Brett Gardner, CofC ....................... 85 Logan Phillips, GSU ........................ 76 Gary Morris, Elon ........................... 71 Shane Byrne, ETSU ....................... 70 D.J. Wabick, CofC .......................... 69

STOLEN BASES Brett Gardner, CofC ....................... 38 James Payne, GSU ......................... 37 Andrew Greene, FUR .................... 29 Chris Ard, CIT ............................ 29 Stephen Douglas, ETSU ................. 26

DOUBLES D.J. Wabick, CofC .......................... 27 Jason Hurst, GSU ........................... 24 Brett Pelfrey, GSU .......................... 23 Chuck Hargis, ETSU ...................... 22 2 tied with 21 doubles

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Caleb Moore, ETSU .................... .705 Jay Heafner, Dav ......................... .700 Shane Byrne, ETSU .................... .641 D.J. Wabick, CofC ....................... .638 Nick Crowe, ETSU ..................... .637

TRIPLES Evan Erickson, Elon .......................... 5 Brett Gardner, CofC ......................... 5 Shane Byrne, ETSU ......................... 5 Matt Matulia, CIT ........................ 4 Flint Wipke, GSU .............................. 4

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Jay Heafner, Dav ......................... .533 Chris Price, Elon .......................... .510 James Payne, GSU ...................... .507 Brett Gardner, CofC .................... .506 Phillip Coker, CofC ...................... .497

R 51 85 69 63 47 49 44 51 67 56

H 91 122 108 99 94 94 61 79 97 79

RBI 58 48 66 25 57 60 26 42 35 73

AVG .448 .447 .415 .407 .400 .390 .389 .387 .386 .382

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BATTING AVERAGE Player, Team GP Jay Heafner, Davidson 50 Brett Gardner, College of Charleston 63 D.J. Wabick, College of Charleston 63 James Payne, Georgia Southern 60 Greg Dowling, Georgia Southern 59 Jason Hurst, Georgia Southern 60 Nick Crowe, East Tennessee 42 Chuck Hargis, East Tennessee 50 Philip Coker, College of Charleston 62 Caleb Moore, East Tennessee 52

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2005 Pitching Statistics EARNED RUNAVERAGE Player, Team G Chris Mason, UNC Greensboro 19 Matt McSwain, Elon 12 Link Saunders, Citadel 30 Patrick Currin, UNC Greensboro 24 Ryan Hodinka, Furman 26 Ryan Edell, College of Charleston 17 Everett Teaford, Ga. Southern 18 Andy Carter, Davidson 15 Dustin Evans, Ga. Southern 17 Ben Hunter, Furman 16

IP 118.2 61.2 65.2 75.0 86.0 100.2 119.2 96.0 104.1 74.0

H 103 55 57 83 96 104 121 90 104 68

R 52 23 31 38 51 48 68 50 59 48

ER 38 20 23 29 35 41 53 43 48 36

BB 24 30 22 13 22 26 34 34 36 33

SO 135 69 50 62 49 86 118 77 97 89

ERA 2.88 2.92 3.15 3.48 3.66 3.67 3.99 4.03 4.14 4.38

W-L 6-7 5-1 6-6 5-4 7-5 8-2 9-3 5-2 9-5 6-4

WINS Jeremy Hall, ETSU ............................... 10 Everett Teaford, GSU ............................ 9 Dustin Evans, GSU ............................... 9 Four tied at ............................................ 8 Four tied at ............................................ 7

INNINGS PITCHED Everett Teaford, GSU ...................... 119.2 Chris Mason, UNCG ....................... 118.2 Josh Lairsey, GSU ........................... 112.0 Jeremy Hall, ETSU ........................... 111.2 Dustin Evans, GSU ......................... 104.1

STRIKEOUTS Chris Mason, UNCG ......................... 135 Everett Teaford, GSU ........................ 118 Dustin Evans, GSU ............................. 97 Jeremy Hall, ETSU ............................... 91 Ben Hunter, FUR ................................. 89

OPPOSING BATINGAVERAGE Link Saunders, CIT ........................ .234 Chris Mason, UNCG ......................... .237 Ben Hunter, FUR ............................... .237 Matt McSwain, Elon ......................... .243 Dustin Evans, GSU ........................... .253

2005 Team Statistics BATTINGAVERAGE Team College of Charleston Georgia Southern Davidson East Tennessee Elon Furman The Citadel Western Carolina Wofford UNC Greensboro Appalachian State

GP 63 60 50 53 57 59 59 56 54 53 52

AVG .355 .331 .325 .320 .308 .298 .297 .293 .272 .269 .268

AB 2292 2135 1819 1876 1991 2058 2107 1934 1759 1772 1820

R 553 464 366 419 458 360 347 375 278 285 248

H 814 707 592 601 613 613 626 566 478 476 488

EARNED RUNAVERAGE Team College of Charleston UNC Greensboro Elon Furman Georgia Southern The Citadel Western Carolina Davidson East Tennessee State Wofford Appalachian State

G 63 53 57 59 60 59 56 50 53 54 52

ERA 4.06 4.39 4.99 5.06 5.28 5.89 5.93 6.16 6.40 7.18 8.15

W 48 31 32 30 38 25 33 26 31 17 10

L 15 22 25 29 22 34 23 24 22 37 42

SV IP 19 568.0 15 467.1 5 501.2 14 519.1 10 530.1 8 524.1 17 491.1 9 436.2 15 464.0 8 444.0 3 437.1

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2B 174 139 126 137 127 96 108 105 86 101 93

3B 17 15 6 18 17 12 16 14 4 9 10

HR 58 67 68 69 43 35 37 44 36 26 25

H 602 493 580 605 602 603 627 558 608 605 685

R 319 274 347 365 364 387 380 354 399 434 527


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1990 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

1990 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Who’d a thunk it? by Ken Burger — June 10, 1990 In the beginning, back in January, when they gathered to practice in warm-up suits and on some days could see their breath as they zipped the ball around the infield and the aluminum bats were cold to the touch, nobody gave it much thought. Nor did early February send any signs. The season started as most do, lost somewhere between the end of football and the crescendo of basketball. They were winning a few games, there even appeared to be a pattern. But nobody really gave it much thought. In fact no one, not even their coach, thought the 1990 Citadel baseball team would be much different from those that had come before. They were picked to finish sixth in the eight-member Southern Conference where only seven schools play baseball. So who’d a thunk it? That this band of unlikely heroes would somehow put it all together and battle their way to the College World Series. Certainly not the media. Certainly not coach Chal Port, who gave his usual preseason assessment of rebuilding. Probably not even the players, a group of 35 cadets with only seven seniors on the roster, almost all of whom are from South Carolina or neighboring towns in Georgia and North Carolina. They would go through their season, do their best, enjoy the camaraderie and be able to tell their sons about playing baseball at The Citadel many years from now. Nobody knew. Really. Nobody knew. It wasn’t until late February, maybe early March, when their headlines started getting a little larger, moving to the front page of the sports section. Bulldogs win 10th straight. Bulldogs win 12th straight. Bulldogs extend win streak. Soon the television stations were showing up at College Park to get snipets of the moment for the evening news. Win streaks are fun to follow. They give people something to talk about over lunch. How ‘bout those Bulldogs? And then the streak got serious. As they approached the school record, still winning, the pressure started building. Seventeen. Eighteen. Nineteen straight. The school record was 22 straight. Now people were paying attention. And they broke it, eventually winning 26 straight before losing to Kent State. The ride was over. The TV cameras didn’t come back for awhile. The team went into a mild slump, apparently returning to reality. Everybody could relax. But the slump didn’t last. The Bulldogs started winning again, this time with a little less hoopla. And by the end of the season they won the Southern Conference regular-season title going away. No contest. Interesting. And to make things more interesting, the conference tournament was coming to Charleston for the first time. The pressure was on again. By this time, however, the warm spring breezes of April found a Citadel team that had genuinely come into its own. They were loose. They were having fun. They had nothing to lose. And they didn’t. They dominated the tournament, won four straight, and earned

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the right to travel to Miami for the Atlantic Regional. Everybody thought it would be a nice trip for the boys who had played so hard. Nobody thought they would have a chance. But they did it again. Against unbelievable odds, they beat North Carolina State, East Carolina and the dreaded Miami Hurricanes twice to steal the regional crown and a trip to Omaha, Neb., for the College World Series. So who’d a thunk it? Nobody was more surprised by this time than Port, a veteran of 26 years of coaching Citadel baseball teams. He had seen teams with more potential go south. He had seen some with less do well. But he had never had a group like this. By now the city of Charleston and the Palmetto State were getting a little giddy about this club. The Citadel, yes, The Citadel was in the College World Series. What a trip. What a story. Everybody thought it was great. Nobody thought they had a chance. And when they arrived in the Midwest, they didn’t. Not really. The other teams were loaded. Real contenders. The Bulldogs were just an aberration, a novelty. The only military school to ever make it to the final eight. Everybody talked about how they had to march and what great manners the boys had and how Port was one of the funniest, most entertaining coaches around. They lost their first game to Louisiana State, 8-2. People thought, that’s OK, at least they made it this far. Nobody expected them to do anything anyway. One more loss and they’re gone. They made a good showing. Got on ESPN. Then they played the game of their lives. Trailing Cal-State Fullerton 4-1 going into the seventh inning, they rallied. Port did some of his magic coaching and strained every ounce of talent and ability out of his team. They won, 8-7, in a 12-inning drama that few will forget. So they had done it. They had at least won a game in Omaha, proving they belonged, that they weren’t a fluke. One more loss and they’d be coming home. It came the next night, against LSU, again. This time it was 61, a loss relayed back to the fans by radio because ESPN couldn’t show it live due to its major-league obligation. It was probably better that way. Hearing it was less painful than watching it. And at 4:07 p.m. the next day, they touched down in Charleston. The end of a long odyssey. The season that couldn’t have been, had been. They became and remain the most unlikely and humble of heroes. For through their efforts they gave us all something to cheer for, and gave themselves something to remember forever. It was one of those things that wasn’t supposed to happen, but it did. And those are the best kind. Who’d a thunk it? Ken Burger is executive sports editor of the Charleston Post and Courier. (Column reprinted with permission.)


The Citadel 8, Cal State-Fullerton 7 (12 innings) June 4, 1990 • College World Series Omaha, Neb. by Bob Lang of the The Post and Courier

OMAHA — The Citadel can blame Paul Byrd for spoiling its College World Series debut. Byrd, a sophomore right-hander, picked off three Citadel runners and stranded five others to lead Louisiana State to an 8-2 victory before a crowd of 7,000 at Rosenblatt Stadium and a national television audience on ESPN. …In Saturday’s game, which began under cloudy skies and ended in bright sunlight, The Citadel had 12 hits to LSU’s 14. But the score wasn’t closer because Byrd (17-5) kept getting the Tigers out of innings with Bulldogs on bases. “We were getting our hits,” Citadel coach Chal Port said, “but Byrd was capable of shutting our runners down in scoring position. We never really took control away from him.” Byrd’s biggest inning was the second, when The Citadel had a 1-0 lead and the bases loaded with one out. At that time, LSU coach Skip Bertman visited Byrd on the mound. The Citadel’s Dan McDonnell, a .203 hitter with 39 strikeouts on the season, and Gettys Glaze, a .319 hitter who doubled in the first inning and scored on a single by Billy Baker, were on deck. “I felt Paul’s stuff could overpower these batters,” Bertman said he told Byrd. Bertman was right. Byrd struck out both McDonnell and Glaze. …The inning did crush The Citadel which wasn’t the same afterward, and it gave new life to LSU. …Ken Britt, who started on the mound for The Citadel, was hoping for a similar ending in the bottom of the third with two outs. But he had no such luck, as Wes Grisham singled a 3The Citadel vs. Louisiana State 2 pitch to right to score Ron Lim. June 2 @ Omaha, Neb. 1990 College World Series • Game 1 Then Tim Clark, a 6-4, 205-pound junior, rockTHE CITADEL AB R H RBI BB SO PO A eted a 2-run blast over the wall in right field to McDonnell, 2B 4 0 1 0 0 1 3 4 Glaze, C 4 1 2 0 0 1 2 2 give the Tigers a 5-2 lead. Jenkins, LF 4 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 Baker, RF 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 Seemingly in an instant, the Bulldogs were taken Coker, 1B 4 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 out of the game. Tobin, SS 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 Elvington, SS 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 . . . “I don’t think I had my best stuff today,” Skole, 3B 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 said Britt (10-2), who gave up six runs on 10 Rychlick, CF 3 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 Black, PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 hits through four innings to take the loss. “That Branham, DH 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Britt, P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 is definitely one of the better teams I’ve faced. Totals 35 2 12 2 1 5 24 10 They seem to hit everything.” LSU AB R H RBI BB SO PO A Said Port: “I thought LSU was awesome.”

OMAHA — They don’t get much crazier than this. The Citadel overcame seven errors and a 4-1 deficit to eliminate Cal State-Fullerton, 8-7, in 12 innings Monday at sun-splashed Rosenblatt Stadium and remain alive in the College World Series. “I thought that was one great game,” Citadel coach Chal Port said after the marathon contest that lasted three hours, 31 minutes. “It was not great baseball, but, my God that was exciting.” The seventh-seeded Bulldogs kept an estimated crowd of 5,000 and an ESPN audience on edge while avoiding defeat when the Titans had potential winning runs in scoring position in the bottom of the ninth and 10th innings. But Gettys Glaze and Hank Kraft came through with remarkable displays of relief pitching to defuse Fullerton’s threats. With one out, Glaze struck out 2 with runners on first and second in the 9th. Kraft struck out one and forced the other to ground out with one out and the bases loaded in the 10th. Third baseman Tony Skole, who singled in a go-ahead run in the 10th, did it again in the 12th. This time the single scored Anthony Jenkins, who made a spectacular diving slide for the winning run. Fullerton posed one final scare in the bottom of the 12th when the Titans had their best hitter, Mate’ Borgogno, at the plate with the potential tying run at second. But Kraft, in his 26th relief appearance this season, struck out Borgogno looking on three pitches.

Lim, CF Hymel, PH-C Osik, C-3B Cordani, 3B Grisham, LF Clark, RF-CF Mouton, DH Johnson, 2B Bethea, SS Tellechea, 1B Byrd, P LaRosa, P Totals The Citadel LSU

3 1 5 5 4 3 3 4 4 3 0 0 35

2 0 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 8

1 1 2 0 1 2 3 2 1 1 0 0 14

101 023

0 0 1 0 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 8

000 120

1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

1 0 1 0 4 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 6 1 4 16 0 0 2 0 1 27 16

000 00X

2 12 1 8 14 1

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LSU 8, The Citadel 2 June 2, 1990 • College World Series Omaha, Neb. by Bob Lang of the The Post and Courier

… “As the old saying goes, it’s better to be lucky than good,” Port said. “That’s certainly true for this game.” … “We had the situation we wanted,”

E: Tobin, Tellechea. DP: The Citadel 1, LSU 1. LEFT: The Citadel 7, LSU 7. 2B: Glaze, Mouton 2, Johnson 2. 3B: None. HR: Jenkins (16), Clark (11). SB: Lim (23), Bethea (22), Mouton (5). CS: Lim, Branham. SH: None. SF: None. THE CITADEL Britt (L, 10-2) Stowell Kraft LSU Byrd (W, 17-5) Greene LaRosa

IP 4 3 1 IP 7 1 1

H 10 3 1 H 10 2 0

R 6 2 0 R 2 0 0

ER 6 2 0 ER 2 0 0

BB 1 2 0 BB 1 0 0

SO 1 1 0 SO 4 0 1

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Fullerton coach Larry Cochell said. “It just didn’t break for us. We had two or three situations we wanted. You have to credit The Citadel.” The Bulldogs seemed to be headed for elimination after six innings, trailing 4-1. But before they took the field in the seventh, Port made wholesale changes. Port replaced starting pitcher Richard Shirer with Brad Stowell, moved Chris Coker from first base to shortstop, switched Billy Baker from right field to first base and put Mike Black in right field. After Stowell walked his first batter, Port replaced him with Glaze, who had been catching. Larry Hutto replaced Glaze behind the plate. “What we did was not unusual for us,” Port said. “We won the championship game in the Southern Conference Tournament the same way. We’re limited in our personnel, and I’ve got to ride the horses that we’ve got.” The Citadel vs. Cal St. Fullerton June 4 @ Omaha, Neb. 1990 College World Series • Game 2 THE CITADEL Branham, DH Hutto, C Kraft, P Glaze, C-P-C Jenkins, LF Coker, 1B-SS Baker, RF-1B Skole, 3B Rychlick, CF Elvington, SS Mays, PH Black, RF McDonnell, 2B Shirer, P Totals

AB 4 1 1 6 5 6 4 6 6 1 1 3 5 0 49

R 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8

H 0 0 0 2 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 14

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 8

BB 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

SO 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 8

PO 0 3 0 5 2 10 4 0 3 0 0 1 8 0 36

A 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 1 0 2 0 1 2 1 14

CAL ST. FULLERTON Nevin, 3B Borgogno, 2B Hattabaugh, C Charles, DH Sisco, 1B Bunch, LF-RF Farlow, SS Ayala, RF Manley, PH-LF Mota, CF Totals

AB 7 4 5 4 5 5 6 4 1 6 47

R 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 7

H 2 2 1 1 0 1 3 2 1 2 15

RBI 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 5

BB 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 6

SO 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6

PO 2 3 9 0 14 1 0 2 2 3 36

A 6 3 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 15

The Citadel Cal St. Fullerton

100 012

000 001

230 020

101 100

8 14 7 7 15 1

E: Elvington 2, Jenkins, Baker, McDonnell 2, Farlow, Coker. DP: The Citadel 3, CSF 1. LEFT: The Citadel 9, CSF 13. 2B: Jenkins, Coker, McDonnell. 3B: None. HR: Baker (8). SB: Mota (19), Ayala (2), Coker (6), Skole (7). CS: None. SH: Elvington, Sisco, Hattabaugh, Manley SF: None. THE CITADEL Shirer Stowell Glaze Kraft (W, 4-1) CAL ST. FULLERTON Flener Robinson (L, 3-4)

IP 6 0+ 3.1 2.2 IP 7+ 5

H 8 0 5 2 H 7 7

R 4 0 3 0 R 5 3

ER 2 0 2 0 ER 4 3

BB 1 1 3 1 BB 2 1

SO 0 0 3 3 SO 3 5

Stowell pitched to one batter in 7th. Flener pitched to 2 batters in 8th. WP: Robinson. PB: Hutto. BK: None. HBP: None. U: January, Hernandez, Eldridge, Christal. T: 3:31. A: 5,000 (EST).

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LSU 6, The Citadel 1 June 5, 1990 • College World Series Omaha, Neb. by Bob Lang of the Charleston Post and Courier OMAHA — The Citadel’s dream season is over. Louisiana State pitcher John O’Donoghue provided the wakeup call, holding the Bulldogs to one run on eight hits to lead the Tigers to a 6-1 victory Tuesday night in a College World Series elimination game. It was only appropriate that the largest crowd ever to watch a Citadel baseball game — 14,614 — was on hand at Rosenblatt Stadium to witness the last game of a most remarkable year for the Bulldogs, who finished with a 4614 record. The fans gave The Citadel a standing ovation while the teams shook hands and the stadium announcer said over the speaker system, “Thank you, The Citadel, in your first trip to the College World Series. You have a fine bunch of kids. Thank you coach Chal Port.” … “We were very fortunate to tiptoe past The Citadel,” LSU coach Skip Bertman said. “They’re America’s team — touched by Abner Doubleday himself. A real field of dreams.” …(Citadel right-handed pitcher Billy) Baker had a no-hitter going through four innings, but the Tigers killed that in the fifth by scoring three runs on four hits to take a 3-0 lead. …The Bulldogs had runners in scoring position with two outs in both the fifth and sixth innings, but O’Donoghue ended the threats with a pop-up and strikeout, respectively. In the seventh The Citadel started another two-out rally, which produced the team’s only run. Jason Rychlick got the rbi, blooping to left to score Chris Coker, who led off the in-

Anthony Jenkins

The Citadel vs. Louisiana State June 5 @ Omaha, Neb. 1990 College World Series CWS Finish — Tied 5th • Game 3 THE CITADEL Branham, RF Glaze, C Jenkins, LF Coker, SS Baker, P-DH-1B Skole, 3B Rychlick, CF Mays, 1B Kraft, P McDonnell, 2B Totals

AB 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 0 3 33

R 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

H RBI 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 1

BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SO PO A 1 1 0 0 7 0 2 1 0 0 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 7 2 0 0 1 0 3 4 6 27 12

LSU Lim, CF Osik, C-3B Cordani, 3B Hymel, C Grisham, LF Mouton, DH Clark, RF Johnson, 2B Bethea, SS Tellechea, 1B O’Donoghue, P Totals

AB 5 5 3 1 5 4 5 4 4 4 0 40

R 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 6

H RBI 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 10 6

BB 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

SO PO A 3 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 4 0 12 0 0 0 4 7 27 12

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030 000

030 100

6 10 1 1 8 3

E: Mays, Bethea, Skole, McDonnell. DP: LSU 1, The Citadel 0. LEFT: LSU 9, The Citadel 5. 2B: Skole. 3B: None. HR: Clark (12). SB: Bethea 2 (24), Grisham 2 (5). CS: None. SH: None. SF: None. LSU O’Donoghue (W, 12-3) THECITADEL Baker (L, 8-3) Kraft

IP 9 IP 7.1 1.2

H 8 H 9 1

R 1 R 6 0

ER 1 ER 4 0

BB 0 BB 0 1

SO 6 SO 6 1

WP: O’Donoghue. PB: None. BK: None. HBP: Cordani (By Baker). U: Eldridge, Hernandez, January, Runchey. T: 2:28. A: 14,614.

ning with a single. The Bulldogs didn’t threaten in the eighth or ninth innings. The game ended when Tony Skole was called out on strikes. “We played as hard as we possibly could,” Port said. “I thought O’Donoghue did a magnificent job. He didn’t walk anybody and he kept us in the ballpark. When you do that, you’re going to win some games.

Billy Baker


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NCAA POSTSEASON PLAY

The Bulldogs reached the NCAA Regionals in 2004 for the first time since 2001. During The Citadel’s 12 appearances, the Bulldogs have amassed a 13-24 record in regional play and a 2-1 mark in series play for an overall postseason slate of 15-25 (.375).

The Citadel Bulldogs’ All-time Postseason Record 1994

YR. 1960

1975

POSTSEASON PLAY NCAA East Regionals (Gastonia, NC) The Citadel 4, Florida 2 North Carolina 13, The Citadel 1 Florida 4, The Citadel 1

13-16 13-17

1998

NCAA East Regional (Clemson, SC) Clemson 12, The Citadel 3 The Citadel 5, Fordham 1 Va. Commonwealth 3, The Citadel 2 (11 inn.)

13-18 14-18 14-19

1999

NCAA Regional (Tallahassee, FL) Florida State 24, The Citadel 6 Providence 12, The Citadel 1

14-20 14-21

REC.

2001

1-0 1-1 1-2

NCAA Regional (Columbia, SC) South Carolina 16, The Citadel 0 Princeton 11, The Citadel 6

14-22 14-23

2004

NCAA Regional (Columbia, SC) South Carolina 12, The Citadel 4 The Citadel 10, Coastal Carolina 1 North Carolina 6, The Citadel 3

14-24 15-24 15-25

1979

NCAAAtlantic Regionals (Miami, FL) Miami 3, The Citadel 1 (16 inn.) Georgia Southern 5, The Citadel 3

1-5 1-6

1982

NCAA East Regionals (Columbia, SC) The Citadel 9, North Carolina 4 South Carolina 6, The Citadel 4 The Citadel 15, Old Dominion 5 South Carolina 11, The Citadel 2

2-6 2-7 3-7 3-8

1983

NCAA East Regionals (Chapel Hill, NC) The Citadel 14, Delaware 5 The Citadel 8, North Carolina 3 James Madison 5, The Citadel 2 Delaware 7, The Citadel 1 NCAAAtlantic Regionals (Miami, FL) The Citadel 11, North Carolina State 3 The Citadel 8, East Carolina 5 The Citadel 6, Miami 2 The Citadel 4, Miami 1 College World Series (Omaha, NE) Louisiana State 8, The Citadel 2 The Citadel 8, Cal State-Fullerton 7 (12 inn.) Louisiana State 6, The Citadel 1

104 • Bulldog Baseball

12-14 13-14 13-15

NCAA Mideast Regional (Knoxville, TN) Tennessee 5, The Citadel 2 Pittsburgh 12, The Citadel 10

1-3 1-4

1990

11-12 11-13 12-13

1995

NCAA Atlantic Regionals (Columbia, SC) South Carolina 11, The Citadel 3 North Carolina State 16, The Citadel 3

1990

NCAA Play-in Series (Charleston, SC) The Citadel 4, Middle Tenn. St. 3 (10 inn.) Middle Tenn. St. 11, The Citadel 3 The Citadel 4, Middle Tenn. St. 0 NCAA East Regional (Clemson, SC) Clemson 5, The Citadel 1 The Citadel 4, Virginia Tech 3 Notre Dame 5, The Citadel 1

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

2004 SoCon Tournament Champions


4 0 8 8 0 6 5 9 3 9 6 2 13 3 12 4 12 0 0 4 2 5 4 3 3

1968 (16-10, 4-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 3 East Tennessee State 0 East Tennessee State 8 Armstrong State 8 Wayne State 9 Wayne State 4 Carson-Newman 5 Oberlin 6 Oberlin 9 William & Mary 7 William & Mary 5 East Carolina 3 Pfeiffer 1 Davidson 1 Pembroke State 10 Armstrong State 1 South Carolina 4 Furman 5 Furman 4 East Carolina 0 East Carolina 2 Furman 4 Campbell 6 Jacksonville 15 Jacksonville 2 Davidson 6 Davidson

2 6 5 0 7 0 2 3 0 9 6 2 0 5 2 5 5 8 3 5 3 3 9 9 1 1

1969 (18-10, 10-6 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 3 West Virginia 0 East Tennessee State 7 East Tennessee State 4 Springfield 8 Armstrong State 4 South Carolina 6 Buffalo 5 Buffalo 9 William & Mary 2 Rollins 4 Rollins 9 St. Leo 4 George Washington 1 East Carolina 5 East Carolina 5 VMI 5 Richmond 5 Davidson 4 Davidson 0 Furman 4 Furman 0 East Carolina 0 East Carolina 12 Armstrong State 1 Furman 1 Furman 2 Davidson 8 Davidson

5 4 1 5 2 3 2 1 0 5 0 2 0 0 2 6 2 3 1 9 7 5 1 3 2 0 1 7

1970 (15-12-1, 6-8-1 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 3 Marietta 6 Marietta 5 Marietta 6 East Tennessee State 1 Elmhurst 1 Elmhurst 6 Augusta 1 East Carolina 1 East Carolina 7 Furman 1 Furman 3 Davidson 4 Davidson 0 East Carolina

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

3 3 1 10 2 0 1 6 0 16 0 4 6 1

East Carolina VMI Richmond Armstrong State George Washington Davidson Davidson Furman Furman Armstrong State South Carolina Augusta Stetson Stetson

2 2 2 2 3 1 0 5 2 2 2 1 5 10

1971 (22-9, 11-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Champions 3 West Liberty 5 Fordham 6 Fordham 4 Tennessee 4 Tennessee 5 Berry 2 Western Carolina 10 William & Mary 3 William & Mary 3 Duke 1 Rollins 2 East Carolina 1 Davidson 1 Davidson 6 VMI 2 VMI 4 Richmond 3 Augusta 2 Armstrong State 1 East Carolina 2 East Carolina 4 Campbell 2 South Carolina 0 Furman 6 Furman 5 Augusta 2 Davidson 4 Davidson 10 Armstrong State 2 Furman 5 Furman

2 3 2 3 2 2 4 0 1 6 2 1 3 6 1 0 11 0 1 0 1 7 0 1 1 3 0 0 5 14 2

1972 (17-13, 9-7 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 8 Campbell 5 West Connecticut 7 West Connecticut 9 Salisbury State 12 Salisbury State 11 at Augusta 3 Appalachian State 1 at Furman 5 at Furman 6 at Davidson 2 at Davidson 0 at South Carolina 3 Delaware 1 Delaware 3 at William & Mary 0 at William & Mary 3 at East Carolina 3 at East Carolina 8 at Armstrong State 2 Richmond 1 Richmond 3 VMI 2 VMI 6 Augusta 0 South Carolina 0 Davidson 2 Davidson 2 Furman 3 Furman 6 Armstrong State

0 1 2 0 1 12 6 2 0 2 3 11 4 3 1 5 2 2 0 1 2 2 3 2 6 1 1 3 2 2

1973 (16-14, 8-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 0 Central Michigan 2 Central Michigan 5 Jacksonville 0 Jacksonville 1 Salisbury State 1 Madison 3 Madison 2 Duke 0 at Armstrong State 5 at Augusta 2 Appalachian State 1 Appalachian State 4 at South Carolina 7 at VMI 8 at William & Mary 2 at William & Mary 2 South Carolina 10 Furman 6 Davidson

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

13 4 1 9 2 2 3 15 8 1 5

Hunter Hunter East Carolina at Davidson Campbell at East Carolina at Furman Augusta Armstrong State Richmond Richmond

0 3 16 5 1 1 7 0 9 0 3

1974 (17-11, 7-7 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 8 West Virginia 1 West Virginia 8 Carson-Newman 4 Madison 4 Madison 4 Davidson 4 Western Carolina 4 West Virginia State 5 William & Mary 2 William & Mary 3 at Mercer 2 VMI 6 VMI 4 at Richmond 1 at Richmond 7 Old Dominion 0 Stetson 2 East Carolina 6 at Davidson 1 at South Carolina 2 at Appalachian State 2 at Appalachian State 2 South Carolina 1 Furman 5 at East Carolina 9 Mercer 2 Mercer 7 at Furman

6 9 5 0 1 0 1 2 9 1 2 1 2 5 2 3 5 3 10 6 5 7 4 0 3 2 0 0

1975 (21-9, 11-3 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Champions 2 Salisbury State 3 Salisbury State 1 North Carolina 5 Campbell 14 Carson-Newman 7 Austin Peay 5 Virginia Tech 22 Hunter 8 Hunter 7 at Davidson 9 at Furman 5 LeMoyne 2 Richmond 2 Richmond 2 at South Carolina 2 Davidson 5 Appalachian State 8 Appalachian State 5 Furman 7 at William & Mary 4 at William & Mary 8 at VMI 6 at VMI 6 Coastal Carolina 6 at East Carolina 13 at Coastal Carolina 5 South Carolina 5 East Carolina *3 South Carolina *3 North Carolina State

0 2 5 4 1 3 7 0 4 5 10 4 1 1 4 0 3 7 1 0 1 1 5 1 8 3 8 6 11 16

*NCAA Atlantic Regional (Columbia, SC) 1976 (18-9, 7-4 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 6 West Virginia 16 Concord 7 Salisbury State 5 Maryland 8 Maryland 3 Virginia Tech 5 Virginia Tech 17 Glenville State 3 Brockport State 0 at Richmond 3 at Richmond 19 at USC-Aiken 4 at Davidson 5 at South Carolina 4 USC-Aiken 3 VMI 9 VMI 7 East Carolina 0 South Carolina 4 Furman 9 Campbell 13 at Coastal Carolina 6 Coastal Carolina

2 2 6 3 3 5 6 5 5 1 2 4 2 15 2 6 4 8 13 2 0 1 5

4 6 5 1

at Appalachian State at Appalachian State Davidson at Furman

3 1 3 2

1977 (21-11, 10-4 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 3 Salisbury State 2 Clemson 9 Carson-Newman 11 Wake Forest 7 Wake Forest 3 Glenville State 18 Allegheny 9 Allegheny 2 East Tennessee State 18 East Tennessee State 7 at USC-Aiken 5 Appalachian State 3 Appalachian State 14 Brockport State 7 Brockport State 1 at William & Mary 4 at William & Mary 2 at Western Carolina 10 at Western Carolina 5 at Coastal Carolina 6 at Furman 5 at Furman 11 USC-Aiken 5 Marshall 1 Marshall 4 South Carolina 1 Coastal Carolina 2 Davidson 6 Davidson 3 at South Carolina 1 East Carolina 2 East Carolina

4 5 2 8 11 1 1 7 4 0 5 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 13 6 1 3 0 1 3 3 2 0 1 10 2 3

1978 (30-9, 9-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 6 Campbell 6 William & Mary 6 William & Mary 2 Old Dominion 10 Salisbury State 2 Wake Forest 3 Wake Forest 12 Tenn.-Chattanooga 7 Tenn.-Chattanooga 1 VMI 12 VMI 15 Allegheny 7 Allegheny 11 Glenville State 8 Carson-Newman 7 Brockport State 9 Brockport State 5 at East Tennessee State 14 at Emory & Henry 3 at Marshall 1 at Marshall 2 at Appalachian State 2 at Appalachian State 3 at UNC-Wilmington 6 at Furman 6 Washington & Lee 14 Washington & Lee 2 Western Carolina 5 Western Carolina 1 at South Carolina 4 UNC Wilmington 2 at Davidson 5 at Davidson 11 Coastal Carolina 10 USC-Aiken 3 South Carolina 5 at Coastal Carolina 7 Furman

3 3 1 1 7 0 0 4 0 0 1 6 3 0 0 0 0 6 5 0 3 9 10 4 5 4 0 5 0 7 3 4 4 8 2 2 6 2

1979 (27-15, 13-3 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Champions 13 Alderson-Broaddus 2 Alderson-Broaddus 1 North Carolina 2 North Carolina 4 Salisbury State 5 Carson-Newman 4 Virginia 3 Marshall 6 Marshall 7 Brockport State 5 Brockport State 2 Brockport State 7 Shepherd 3 Shepherd 11 Shepherd 5 Georgia College 3 Clemson 1 Clemson 4 at Tenn.-Chattanooga 12 at Tenn.-Chattanooga 0 at Western Carolina

1 0 9 7 5 4 5 4 3 3 4 4 0 0 7 2 10 6 2 1 3

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1967 (9-16, 6-9 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 5 Springfield 1 George Washington 10 George Washington 2 Boston University 1 Tennessee 5 Taylor 0 Pfeiffer 3 West Virginia 1 West Virginia 2 UNC Wilmington 0 Richmond 1 William & Mary 3 William & Mary 2 UNC Wilmington 0 East Carolina 0 East Carolina 5 South Carolina 3 Davidson 6 Davidson 0 Armstrong State 8 VMI 0 VMI 5 South Carolina 1 Furman 4 Furman

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

7 10 3 4 12 6 6 3 2 3 10 0 3 3 1 0 10 11 2 *1 *3

at Western Carolina at VMI at VMI Coastal Carolina at USC-Aiken Stetson Davis & Elkins Davis & Elkins Appalachian State Appalachian State at Furman Davidson Davidson East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Coastal Carolina USC-Aiken Furman at South Carolina Miami (Fla.) Georgia Southern

6 0 2 9 0 0 4 2 0 2 8 1 1 1 0 4 1 1 3 3 5

*NCAA Atlantic Regional (Miami, FL) 1980 (23-14, 9-6 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 3 North Carolina 1 North Carolina 11 Campbell 5 Old Dominion 1 Old Dominion 14 at Allen 11 Shepherd 7 Shepherd 4 Shepherd 7 Muhlenberg 6 Muhlenberg 6 Tenn.-Chattanooga 8 Tenn.-Chattanooga 2 at USC-Aiken 11 VMI 3 VMI 0 at Marshall 4 at Marshall 10 Davis & Elkins 3 Davis & Elkins 6 at Presbyterian 5 at Davidson 11 Furman 2 at South Carolina 2 at Appalachian State 7 at Appalachian State 0 at East Tennessee State 1 at East Tennessee State 5 at Coastal Carolina 8 USC-Aiken 4 Western Carolina 7 Western Carolina 8 at Furman 7 Coastal Carolina 8 South Carolina 1 Baptist 1 at Baptist 1981 (31-13, 11-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 0 Clemson 3 Clemson 1 North Carolina 11 North Carolina 21 at Presbyterian 15 at Presbyterian 3 at USC-Aiken 14 Guilford 9 Guilford 11 at Baptist 15 Presbyterian 12 Presbyterian 9 Lafayette 9 Shepherd 15 Shepherd 18 Shepherd 3 Salisbury State 7 Wake Forest 15 Hiram 4 Hiram 21 at Allen 2 Stetson 6 at South Carolina 7 at VMI 17 at VMI 8 at Western Carolina 5 at Western Carolina 13 Allen 3 Davidson 4 Davidson 5 Tenn.-Chattanooga 0 Tenn.-Chattanooga 6 at Coastal Carolina 14 USC-Aiken 4 East Tennessee State 5 East Tennessee State 4 South Carolina 12 at Furman

106 • Bulldog Baseball

4 4 1 0 2 2 6 3 1 6 1 5 5 1 0 1 9 11 6 1 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 4 1 13 5 6 6 14 6 3 3

6 6 2 14 0 0 4 8 3 1 3 1 18 1 0 1 1 4 3 1 6 0 8 1 3 7 0 5 4 3 2 1 4 1 10 0 7 7

9 3 3 8 11 17

at Furman Marshall Marshall Coastal Carolina Appalachian State Appalachian State

1982 (40-8, 14-2 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Champions 17 Washington & Lee 8 Washington & Lee 14 North Carolina 5 North Carolina 10 at Coastal Carolina 7 at Clemson 19 at Georgia State 8 at Georgia State 10 Shippensburg State 1 Shippensburg State 5 Tenn.-Chattanooga 12 Tenn.-Chattanooga 16 Shepherd 14 Shepherd 8 Shepherd 8 Salisbury State 3 Furman 5 Furman 11 VMI 8 VMI 14 Benedict 5 at Baptist 12 at Marshall 11 at Marshall 6 at Davidson 27 at Davidson 4 at Western Carolina 1 at Western Carolina 10 at Presbyterian 14 at Presbyterian 7 at USC-Aiken 2 at Appalachian State 4 at Appalachian State 13 at East Tennessee State 3 at East Tennessee State 4 Coastal Carolina 10 at Benedict 9 Presbyterian 8 Presbyterian 0 South Carolina 4 at South Carolina 9 Baptist 5 at N.C. Wesleyan 6 at Methodist *9 North Carolina *4 South Carolina *15 Old Dominion *2 South Carolina

3 5 6 2 10 5

2 1 1 6 5 20 1 2 4 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 2 3 2 0 0 1 9 8 3 8 0 3 0 0 1 1 5 8 2 2 4 2 1 1 8 0 4 4 4 6 1 11

*NCAA East Regional (Columbia, SC) 1983 (34-10, 12-2 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Champions 3 Clemson 6 Clemson 6 North Carolina 8 North Carolina 10 Elizabethtown 3 at Mercer 9 at Mercer 9 at Piedmont 17 at Piedmont 10 at USC-Aiken 7 at Augusta 8 Shepherd 6 Shepherd 2 Salisbury State 16 Salisbury State 12 Hiram 11 North Adams State 5 Marshall 6 Marshall 15 USC-Aiken 9 Benedict 2 Coastal Carolina 7 at Catawba 8 at Catawba 5 Davidson 13 Davidson 3 at Coastal Carolina 1 at South Carolina 5 East Tennessee State 5 East Tennessee State 3 Appalachian State 4 Appalachian State 0 South Carolina 5 at VMI 6 at VMI 10 at Furman 14 at Furman 6 Augusta 8 at Western Carolina 1 at Western Carolina

1 2 5 9 2 4 2 5 2 2 4 0 0 1 2 2 6 3 0 6 0 1 3 4 2 1 6 5 3 7 0 3 8 0 4 0 1 9 5 2

*14 *5 *2 *1

Delaware North Carolina James Madison Delaware

5 3 5 7

*NCAA East Regional (Chapel Hill, NC) 1984 (26-21, 12-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 0 North Carolina 3 North Carolina 4 Elizabethtown 2 Va. Commonwealth 7 at Clemson 0 at Clemson 3 North Carolina State 4 Wingate 7 Wingate 18 West Liberty 9 West Liberty 2 USC-Aiken 3 Davidson 4 Davidson 8 Davidson 7 Howard 1 North Adams State 14 Hiram 1 at Western Carolina 4 at Western Carolina 3 at Western Carolina 4 at Coastal Carolina 8 at Furman 9 at Furman 6 at Furman 7 Coastal Carolina 4 at USC-Aiken 11 at Augusta 15 at Davidson 9 at Davidson 8 at Davidson 2 at UNC Wilmington 4 Western Carolina 3 Western Carolina 4 at Baptist 3 at South Carolina 2 Augusta 2 Furman 8 Furman 9 Furman 4 South Carolina 8 Baptist 9 at Benedict #1 Appalachian State #12 VMI #8 Western Carolina #1 Appalachian State

3 10 1 8 4 6 7 2 9 0 2 5 0 3 7 2 4 2 2 7 8 8 5 5 1 5 5 8 6 0 10 3 3 5 19 5 4 0 1 2 3 3 0 4 7 0 6

#SoCon Tournament (Cullowhee, NC) 1985 (29-20, 8-10 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 10 Clemson 5 Clemson 1 North Carolina 5 North Carolina 6 Ball State 8 Elizabethtown 3 Gardner-Webb 5 Gardner-Webb 9 North Carolina State 10 N.C. Wesleyan 8 N.C. Wesleyan 16 Fairmont State 6 Fairmont State 5 Wingate 8 Wingate 6 West Liberty 4 at Davidson 11 at Davidson 11 at Davidson 20 Allegheny 10 Allegheny 9 West Virginia State 3 Western Carolina 8 Western Carolina 8 Western Carolina 9 Howard 6 Salisbury State 9 Furman 2 Furman 3 Furman 3 at Coastal Carolina 8 Augusta 6 Davidson 4 Davidson 8 Davidson 12 South Carolina 7 at Baptist 2 at South Carolina 3 at Western Carolina 8 at Western Carolina 3 at Western Carolina 2 Armstrong State 8 at Augusta

9 12 10 3 5 1 1 3 5 8 10 1 2 7 5 4 1 9 16 3 5 3 7 1 9 4 0 4 4 8 8 1 5 12 9 8 4 10 5 9 10 4 15

7 10 15 1 4 12

at Furman at Furman at Furman Baptist at Armstrong State Coastal Carolina

1 4 6 4 5 11

1986 (29-20, 9-9 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 4 North Carolina 8 North Carolina 21 Elizabethtown 1 North Carolina State 5 at Clemson 5 at Clemson 20 Juniata 14 Juniata 23 Norfolk State 11 Norfolk State 4 Wingate 9 Wingate 8 Fairmont State 7 Fairmont State 3 Davidson 1 Davidson 15 Davidson 6 Howard 12 North Adams State 5 at Western Carolina 7 at Western Carolina 5 at Western Carolina 7 West Virginia State 5 West Virginia State 9 Salisbury State 4 at Furman 7 at Furman 4 at Furman 5 at Coastal Carolina 16 Augusta 4 at Davidson 2 at Davidson 24 at Davidson 1 Baptist 6 Western Carolina 0 Western Carolina 4 Western Carolina 20 at Armstrong State 10 South Carolina 6 Furman 11 Furman 5 Furman 7 Coastal Carolina 5 at South Carolina 2 at Augusta 6 at Baptist 11 Florida International 2 Florida International 5 Florida International

8 7 4 0 13 16 2 3 18 7 0 0 7 0 11 0 8 8 4 10 6 15 11 2 6 3 5 5 9 5 7 3 12 12 8 5 12 8 25 1 1 2 4 4 9 2 6 9 19

1987 (19-31, 6-12 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 2 North Carolina 5 North Carolina 3 Clemson 0 Clemson 10 Gannon 6 Gannon 4 North Carolina State 3 Elizabethtown 7 Norfolk State 1 Norfolk State 10 Wingate 4 at USC-Spartanburg 2 at USC-Spartanburg 4 at Davidson 6 at Davidson 2 at Davidson 6 N.C. Wesleyan 6 N.C. Wesleyan 2 Western Carolina 1 Western Carolina 4 Western Carolina 8 West Virginia State 5 Youngstown State 7 Northwestern 9 Furman 7 Furman 5 Furman 19 Salisbury State 3 South Carolina 6 at Baptist 0 Davidson 11 Davidson 1 Davidson 3 at Armstrong State 6 at Western Carolina 4 at Western Carolina 5 Western Carolina 9 at Augusta 3 Baptist 1 at Furman 3 at Furman 8 at Furman 2 at Coastal Carolina

6 3 9 12 6 4 5 0 6 2 4 18 3 5 7 6 7 8 11 3 18 2 0 11 5 2 2 11 8 8 5 10 8 4 7 5 14 11 4 11 1 5 15


at Armstrong State at South Carolina Coastal Carolina Augusta Central Florida Central Florida Central Florida

1988 (33-20, 12-6 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port 2 at Coastal Carolina 2 North Carolina 1 North Carolina 10 Duke 3 Duke 4 at Baptist 14 Norfolk State 19 Norfolk State 3 North Carolina State 8 Wagner 8 Wagner 6 Wagner 10 Clarion 4 Clarion 8 Clarion 12 Wingate 19 Wingate 4 Davidson 4 Davidson 5 Davidson 17 Howard 8 Hiram 5 Youngstown State 2 at Western Carolina 9 at Western Carolina 10 at Western Carolina 6 Salisbury State 9 West Virginia State 11 West Virginia State 2 at Winthrop 7 at Furman 7 at Furman 7 at Furman 4 at Augusta 6 Coastal Carolina 7 Rainbows (Exhibition) 5 at Davidson 3 at Davidson 12 at Davidson 12 Baptist 6 at Armstrong State 8 Western Carolina 4 Western Carolina 4 Western Carolina 8 South Carolina 8 Furman 9 Furman 6 Furman 4 at South Carolina 7 Armstrong State *9 VMI *4 Western Carolina *16 Appalachian State *6 Western Carolina

3 8 2 9 7 3 6

8 15 2 3 7 2 5 2 15 7 0 3 5 3 6 5 6 3 3 7 2 2 0 8 2 15 11 0 4 14 5 0 4 6 15 1 6 2 11 2 3 9 2 5 9 7 6 5 15 13 8 6 9 22

*SoCon Tournament (Asheville, NC) 1989 (30-20, 8-9 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port #6 Campbell #2 Armstrong State #10 Mercer 4 North Carolina State 10 North Carolina State 5 Liberty 0 North Carolina 6 North Carolina 21 Presbyterian 3 at Baptist 16 Longwood 1 Longwood 4 Longwood 3 Wingate 11 Wingate 7 Marshall 3 Marshall 1 Marshall 7 North Adams State 10 at Western Carolina 6 at Western Carolina 5 at Western Carolina 13 Hiram 10 USC-Spartanburg 7 Gannon 6 Appalachian State 13 Appalachian State 5 Appalachian State 6 at Presbyterian 13 at Central Wesleyan 11 at Limestone 5 at Furman 1 at Furman 6 at Furman 7 at South Carolina

8 3 4 13 9 4 2 5 3 6 1 4 5 1 4 12 0 0 0 11 10 1 1 5 2 1 6 8 5 2 4 3 3 0 17

6 4 2 13 6 6 4 5 2 5 5 2 4 4 6 *17

at Armstrong State Rainbows (Exhibition) Coastal Carolina Wofford Wofford at Augusta Armstrong State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Coastal Carolina Baptist at VMI at VMI at VMI South Carolina VMI

2 0 5 6 5 17 1 4 4 3 15 13 6 5 5 11

#Great Savannah (GA) Shootout *SoCon Tournament (Asheville, NC) 1990 (46-14, 13-1 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional Champions College World Series Participant #5 Armstrong State 4 3 North Carolina State 5 12 North Carolina State 1 9 Augusta 4 4 Davidson 3 9 Davidson 7 15 Davidson 4 9 Gannon 2 10 Gannon 6 4 at Campbell 0 5 Norfolk State 2 7 at Coastal Carolina 3 10 Liberty 3 6 Western Carolina 3 7 Western Carolina 3 10 Western Carolina 3 9 George Mason 8 9 Mount Olive 7 7 Belmont Abbey 3 10 at Appalachian State 5 5 at Appalachian State 2 14 Howard 4 16 LeMoyne 11 5 LeMoyne 2 3 Furman 1 3 Furman 0 3 Furman 2 13 Kent State 3 1 Kent State 2 7 Kent State 9 2 at Davidson 1 7 at Davidson 8 12 at South Carolina 13 6 Rainbows (Exhibition) 5 8 at East Tennessee State 1 4 at East Tennessee State 6 7 at East Tennessee State 0 3 South Carolina 5 5 at Armstrong State 21 8 VMI 3 4 USC-Spartanburg 8 7 at Baptist 5 4 at Augusta 12 4 Armstrong State 0 4 at Marshall 2 18 at Marshall 4 8 Baptist 4 *7 Appalachian State 2 *9 Marshall 2 *6 East Tennessee State 0 *9 Western Carolina 5 2 at Armstrong State 4 3 Armstrong State 4 11 Clemson 2 &11 North Carolina State 3 &8 East Carolina 5 &6 Miami 2 &4 Miami 1 $2 Louisiana State 8 $8 Cal State-Fullerton 7 $1 Louisiana State 6 #Great Savannah (GA) Shootout *SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) &NCAA Atlantic Regional (Miami, FL) $College World Series (Omaha, NE) 1991 (34-19-1, 16-2 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port SoCon Regular Season Champions #15 South Carolina State 2 #1 North Carolina State 2 #2 Armstrong State 3 &6 Alabama-Birmingham 10 2 at Mercer 9 6 Gannon 0 1 Gannon 2 #1 Vanderbilt 8 6 St. Andrews 5

3 #6 16 8 7 5 4 6 9 14 6 5 1 2 8 6 8 5 3 6 5 0 3 1 2 4 7 6 10 5 9 8 6 11 8 4 8 5 4 5 4 8 9 3 $0 $3

St. Andrews Wake Forest Campbell at College of Charleston Norfolk State Mount Olive Mount Olive at Coastal Carolina Appalachian State Appalachian State Appalachian State at Charleston Southern at Furman at Furman at Furman at Campbell Howard at Augusta College of Charleston USC-Aiken at USC-Aiken at Clemson at Clemson East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Jacksonville at Armstrong State Charleston Southern at VMI at VMI at VMI South Carolina Rainbows (Exhibition) Coastal Carolina Marshall Marshall Marshall Armstrong State Jacksonville at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at South Carolina Appalachian State Western Carolina

$6 $1 $12 $9 $0

4 8 3 7 6 6 1 4 2 1 1 1 4 1 3 6 4 7 2 5 3 10 12 0 0 1 10 5 0 1 0 3 11 5 5 0 0 4 1 6 10 6 5 1 2 7

4 2 3 4 9

& Aiken, SC # Great Savannah (GA) Shootout $ SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

#Great Savannah (GA) Shootout &Macon, GA $SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) 1992 (35-20, 10-9 SoCon) Coach: Fred Jordan 3 at Coastal Carolina 10 at USC-Aiken &4 Winthrop &3 Furman 17 at Pembroke State 3 Pembroke State #10 South Carolina State #3 Vanderbilt #1 at Armstrong State 13 Gannon 13 Gannon 22 Mt. St. Mary's 15 James Madison 2 James Madison 3 at College of Charleston 1 Mount Olive 9 Mount Olive 3 Furman 0 Furman 9 Furman 7 Norfolk State 6 Christian Brothers 3 Christian Brothers 1 at Georgia Southern 0 at Georgia Southern 3 at Georgia Southern 6 at Charleston Southern 1 at East Tennessee State 3 at East Tennessee State 17 at Wofford 5 Allegheny 4 Howard 15 Howard 4 VMI 5 VMI 9 VMI 5 Armstrong State 5 at South Carolina 6 at Marshall 3 at Marshall 12 Coastal Carolina 0 South Carolina 2 Western Carolina 1 Western Carolina 7 Western Carolina 7 College of Charleston 11 Charleston Southern 4 at Appalachian State 6 at Appalachian State 6 at Appalachian State

Furman Western Carolina Appalachian State East Tennessee State Georgia Southern

9 15 2 4 3 2 9 1 3 6 7 1 0 5 8 0 5 0 3 1 2 4 4 2 3 11 5 4 4 7 2 2 0 1 3 0 4 32 0 0 3 1 1 0 8 1 8 5 0 9

1993 (32-24, 13-9 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan #9 Armstrong State #20 Howard #9 South Carolina State 5 at Coastal Carolina $8 UNC Charlotte $8 USC-Aiken (10 inn.) 8 UNC Greensboro 2 at Winthrop 8 Pembroke State 2 Western Carolina 7 Western Carolina (9 inn.) 7 Western Carolina 4 Mount St. Mary's 7 UNC Wilmington (12 inn.) 3 Appalachian State 9 Appalachian State 7 Appalachian State 4 Winthrop 12 at South Carolina 7 Norfolk State 8 Wofford 1 Wofford 0 South Carolina 9 Stetson (11 inn.) 5 UNC Greensboro 5 at Davidson 8 at Davidson 9 at Davidson 7 at Campbell 1 at East Tennessee State 5 at Charleston So.(10 inn.) 9 at Pembroke State 10 Furman 2 Furman (10 inn.) 5 Furman 15 at Armstrong State 3 at UNC-Wilmington 0 at Georgia Southern 1 at Georgia Southern 4 at Georgia Southern 11 South Carolina State 1 College of Charleston 6 Campbell 3 at Marshall 2 at Marshall 7 at Marshall 7 Armstrong State 3 Coastal Carolina 20 at South Carolina State 3 VMI 2 VMI 3 VMI 2 at College of Charleston 5 Charleston So. (11 inn.) &7 Appalachian State &3 Western Carolina &6 Georgia Southern

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

ALL-TIME RESULTS

6 5 4 10 3 6 5

# Great Savannah (GA) Shootout $ Aiken, SC & SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) 1994 (32-34, 11-13) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA East Regional Participant #1 North Carolina #8 Georgia State 3 UNC-Charlotte 5 UNC-Charlotte 0 South Carolina 4 Kentucky 4 Kentucky (10 inn.) 2 Kentucky 1 at Western Carolina 2 at Western Carolina 2 at Western Carolina 10 at Coastal Carolina 6 at Appalachian State 6 at Appalachian State 5 at Appalachian State 4 James Madison 1 Winthrop 7 UNC Greensboro 7 UNC Greensboro (12 inn.) 5 Princeton 2 Princeton 4 Princeton 8 at College of Charleston 6 Liberty 15 Davidson 6 Davidson

3 4 1 8 8 2 5 11 7 3 3 12 2 7 4 6 4 8 11 6 5 3 4 2 4 2

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

2 3 8 2 3 1 5 8 8 5 3 6 8 0 6 2 0 2 10 4 4 1 4 4 3 8 6 6 7 $8 $10 $4 $4 &4 &3 &4 •1 •4 •1

Davidson South Carolina Brown Brown East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Charleston Southern at South Carolina (11 inn.) at Furman at Furman at Furman at Campbell at UNC Wilmington Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern College of Charleston Campbell UNC Wilmington Marshall Marshall Marshall at Winthrop Coastal Carolina at VMI at VMI at VMI Charleston Southern East Tennessee State Davidson Virginia Military Western Carolina Middle Tenn. State (10 inn.) Middle Tenn. State Middle Tenn. State Clemson Virginia Tech Notre Dame

4 2 4 1 2 4 0 6 9 2 2 7 0 5 0 6 2 4 6 2 10 4 9 6 2 7 8 2 0 3 4 3 2 3 11 0 5 3 5

# Great Savannah (GA) Shootout $ SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) & NCAA Play-In Series (Charleston, SC) • NCAA East Regional (Clemson, SC) 1995 (39-21, 16-5 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Mideast Regional Participant #2 Kentucky #9 South Carolina 6 Winthrop 7 North Carolina State 2 North Carolina State 7 North Carolina State 3 at South Carolina 5 at Coastal Carolina 1 Appalachian State 3 Appalachian State 7 Appalachian State 2 at College of Charleston &6 Xavier &4 North Florida &3 Central Michigan 1 Navy 1 South Carolina 16 Navy 6 at Davidson 1 at Davidson 10 at Davidson 3 Butler 6 Butler 13 at East Tennessee State 3 at East Tennessee State 4 at East Tennessee State 4 at South Crolina 9 Brown 7 Brown 15 Furman 5 Furman 7 Furman 2 Brown 7 at North Carolina State 1 at North Carolina State 4 at Georgia Southern 1 at Georgia Southern 5 at Georgia Southern 8 at Charleston Southern 7 at Marshall 7 at Marshall 4 at Marshall 6 Coastal Carolina 3 VMI 7 VMI 3 VMI 0 College of Charleston %5 Marshall %10 East Tennessee State %8 Georgia Southern 5 Georgia College 11 Georgia College •2 Tennessee •10 Pittsburgh

108 • Bulldog Baseball

3 5 2 13 4 3 7 2 2 2 6 1 1 7 4 4 3 8 2 4 7 0 5 1 4 7 10 3 6 3 4 5 4 14 7 1 2 2 3 1 0 0 2 2 4 1 4 1 2 3 3 6 5 12

# CITGO Southern Challenge & Kennel Club Classic % SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) • NCAA Mideast Regional (Knoxville, TN) 1996 (33-26, 13-10 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan #11 UNC Greensboro #5 Old Dominion #11 North Carolina State %12 Oklahoma State %11 Florida %4 Southern California 20 Wofford 2 at Coastal Carolina 7 New York Tech 7 New York Tech 7 New York Tech 14 at College of Charleston 8 Winthrop 6 Davidson 8 Davidson (7 inn.) 10 Davidson 7 James Madison 6 East Tennessee State 6 East Tennessee State (7 inn.) 7 East Tennessee State 7 Virginia Tech 5 at South Carolina 2 Virginia Tech 8 at Furman 6 at Furman (7 inn.) 2 at Furman (10 inn.) 9 Ohio 1 South Carolina 9 New York Tech 21 Brown 8 Georgia Southern 2 Georgia Southern (7 inn.) 6 Georgia Southern 8 Brown 13 Brown 4 Marshall (11 inn.) 15 Marshall (7 inn.) 6 Marshall 2 at North Carolina State 5 at North Carolina State 14 at VMI 5 at VMI(7 inn.) 5 at VMI 5 at Charleston Southern 6 at Western Carolina 2 at Western Carolina (7 inn.) 2 at Western Carolina 5 College of Charleston 3 Coastal Carolina 4 at Winthrop 10 at Appalachian State 12 at Appalachian State 7 Charleston Southern (10 inn.) $6 Appalachian State $3 Georgia Southern $17 Furman $11 East Tennessee State $8 VMI $1 Georgia Southern

8 8 14 21 9 12 0 3 4 6 3 6 9 9 1 12 5 7 4 14 3 13 6 9 4 3 3 4 12 5 10 8 5 7 12 3 5 1 3 13 4 1 13 1 1 5 1 4 5 5 6 0 6 2 4 3 0 5 7

# CITGO Southern Challenge (Charleston, SC) % Gator Slugfest (Gainesville, FL) $ SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) 1997 (37-21, 16-7 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan #8 East Carolina #7 Old Domininion #2 Va. Commonwealth 9 at College of Charleston $7 Wake Forest $3 South Carolina (11 inn.) 5 at College of Charleston 8 at Davidson 8 at Davidson (7 inn.) 15 at Davidson 16 Mt. St. Mary's 0 St. John's 9 at East Tennessee St. 11 at East Tennessee St. 12 at Charleston Southern 7 Charleston Southern 6 Furman 3 Furman (7 inn.) 6 Furman 13 Coll. of Charleston 7 Tennessee Tech 13 Tennessee Tech 2 at Georgia Southern 8 at Georgia Southern 2 at Georgia Southern 16 Princeton 16 Winthrop 8 Princeton 18 at Marshall 10 at Marshall (7 inn.)

4 3 6 2 14 4 11 9 0 3 4 4 2 3 7 5 1 4 2 4 9 3 13 4 4 10 11 4 11 3

13 19 3 5 10 12 19 13 0 4 2 6 14 6 8 6 7 14 3 4 9 1 10 5 %18 %14 %3 %2

at Marshall at East Carolina at East Carolina at South Carolina VMI (11 inn.) VMI(7 inn.) VMI at North Carolina St. at North Carolina St. Western Carolina Western Carolina (7 inn.) Western Carolina Coll. of Charleston Coastal Carolina (10 inn.) Appalachian State Appalachian State (7 inn.) Appalachian State at Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina Winthrop Wofford Wofford (7 inn.) Wofford Charleston Southern Davidson Georgia Southern Western Carolina Furman

9 6 10 3 11 3 10 17 16 5 5 5 11 7 6 5 2 8 4 3 8 7 5 2 8 5 10 4

#Aramark Colonial Southern Challenge $Citgo Southern Challenge %Southern Conference Tournament 1998 (37-24, 20-5 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA East Regional Participant 11 at Coastal Carolina $4 Richmond $1 Tennessee $3 South Carolina 4 St. Johns %7 Virginia Tech (11 inn.) %7 Georgia 4 at Florida State 5 at Florida State 3 Radford 6 Radford (9 inn.) 2 Radford 3 at Winthrop 4 vs.Troy State 10 vs. Army 0 Navy 4 Navy 3 at North Carolina State 7 Appalachian State 10 Appalachian State 12 Appalachian State 4 East Tennessee State 18 East Tennessee State 6 East Tennessee State 9 Wofford 0 at Clemson 0 UNC Greensboro 1 UNC Greensboro 3 UNC Greensboro (11 inn.) 7 at Georgia Southern 9 at Georgia Southern 9 at Georgia Southern 1 at Furman 13 at Furman 9 at Furman 10 at Charleston Southern 23 Davidson 3 Davidson (8 inn.) 4 Davidson 6 College of Charleston 8 at South Carolina 2 at North Carolina 6 at Western Carolina 10 at Western Carolina 9 Wofford 24 Wofford 8 at VMI 7 at VMI 10 at VMI 3 Charleston Southern #11 Davidson #5 Western Carolina #9 Georgia Southern #12 UNC Greensboro 12 Presbyterian 15 vs. Howard 3 at North Carolina State 9 Presbyterian @3 Clemson @5 Fordham @2 Va. Commonwealth (11 inn.)

7 9 5 8 5 6 6 9 15 2 5 10 9 10 1 4 5 10 4 2 3 3 0 4 4 5 4 3 5 1 3 4 0 7 3 13 9 4 3 1 4 5 9 7 0 7 4 4 6 4 2 0 0 1 2 0 8 3 12 1 3

$ Franklin Life Shootout (Charleston, SC) % Winn-Dixie Shootout (Charleston, SC) # SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) @ NCAA East Regional (Clemson, SC)

1999 (41-20, 24-5 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Regular Season Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tallahassee Regional Participant 1 &Virginia 5 3 &North Carolina State 5 5 &North Carolina 8 4 %Kentucky 1 9 %Tennessee 1 4 %South Carolina 9 13 +vs. Xavier 12 0 +vs. Western Michigan 9 18 at Clemson 15 1 Connecticut 2 3 Connecticut (12 inn.) 2 9 Connecticut 4 2 at Charleston Southern 3 16 VMI 2 17 VMI 4 8 VMI 4 6 at Florida State 10 4 at Florida State 8 8 at Davdson 6 14 at Davidson 1 11 at Davidson 1 5 at North Carolina State 16 3 at East Tennessee State 5 4 at East Tennessee State 5 7 at East Tennessee State 6 8 Troy State 7 4 Western Carolina 1 6 Western Carolina 1 5 Western Carolina 1 4 at South Carolina (10 inn.) 5 9 College of Charleston 1 7 College of Charleston 6 2 College of Charleston 6 4 Winthrop (10 inn.) 3 2 Coastal Carolina 5 16 at UNC Greensboro 3 10 at UNC Greensboro 6 12 at UNC Greensboro 5 4 at Coastal Carolina 3 12 at Appalachian State 4 8 at Appalachian State 5 8 at Appalachian State (10 inn.) 7 18 at Winthrop 4 7 Georgia Southern 6 5 Georgia Southern 2 7 Charleston Southern 3 7 at Wofford 1 3 at Wofford 4 21 at Wofford 4 12 Charleston Southern 18 6 Charleston Southern 3 7 Coastal Carolina 1 24 Furman 0 10 Furman 5 11 Furman 16 3 #Furman 0 13 #East Tennessee State 5 4 #College of Charleston 3 6 #Western Carolina 3 6 $at Florida State 24 1 $vs. Providence 12 & Winn-Dixie Shootout (Charleston, SC) % Franklin Life Shootout (Charleston, SC) + Kennel Club Classic (Jacksonville, FL) # SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) $ NCAA Regional (Tallahassee, FL) 2000 (39-20, 27-5 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Regular Season Champions $7 Maryland $2 North Carolina State $2 South Carolina %7 West Virginia %4 St. John’s %3 Tennessee &11 vs. Xavier &21 vs. Western Michigan &8 at Jacksonville 3 Winthrop 9 East Tennessee State 15 East Tennessee State 14 East Tennessee State 6 Coastal Carolina 8 at Western Carolina 5 at Western Carolina 7 at Western Carolina 3 Navy 16 Navy 3 Wofford 22 Wofford 15 Wofford 7 at Georgia 7 Howard 3 at Clemson 5 at Clemson 3 at Clemson 5 at North Carolina State

2 1 4 5 3 5 4 5 9 5 4 6 0 1 6 10 5 0 3 1 2 3 16 2 9 7 6 4


at VMI at VMI at VMI at South Carolina UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro at Georgia Tech at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina Davidson Davidson Davidson Charleston Southern at Winthrop at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at Furman at Furman at Furman vs. Charleston Southern Appalachian State Appalachian State Appalachian State Davidson vs. College of Charleston Georgia Southern vs. Furman

5 14 1 6 2 2 3 13 7 9 8 9 8 3 5 3 1 11 6 5 5 4 10 2 5 0 1 2 3 5 11

$ Trademark Properties Classic(Charleston, SC) % Winn Dixie Shootout (Charleston, SC) & Kennel Club Classic (Jacksonville, FL) # Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC) 2001 (38-24, 20-10 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Tournament Champions $1 at Oklahoma State $0 at UC-Riverside $3 at San Diego State &7 Richmond &6 Old Dominion &8 Virginia Commonwealth %5 Maryland %4 NC State %15 Tennessee 18 St. John’s 4 Connecticut 10 Connecticut 6 Connecticut 8 VMI 8 VMI 7 VMI 15 William and Mary 12 William and Mary 10 Georgia Southern 8 Georgia Southern 3 Georgia Southern 9 Butler 5 Butler 9 at East Tennessee State 18 at East Tennessee State 9 at East Tennessee State 0 at Florida State 5 at Florida State 9 at Davidson 3 at Davidson 13 at Davidson 3 at Charleston Southern 7 Western Carolina 6 Western Carolina 6 Western Carolina 7 South Carolina 2 at South Carolina 5 at Wofford 9 at Wofford 7 at Wofford 7 at Coastal Carolina 7 Winthrop 10 at Appalachian State 3 at Appalachian State 13 at Appalachian State 4 Charleston Southern 7 at Winthrop 1 Furman 3 Furman 4 Furman 6 at UNC Greensboro 3 at UNC Greensboro 8 at UNC Greensboro 4 College of Charleston 9 College of Charleston 1 College of Charleston #3 East Tennessee State #5 Appalachian State #3 Georgia Southern #5 UNC Greensboro @0 South Carolina @6 Princeton

6 12 5 5 2 4 4 13 2 3 11 4 3 0 1 2 3 2 6 2 2 3 1 6 0 10 3 2 1 4 15 4 0 7 12 12 4 4 7 4 8 9 8 9 10 6 3 2 0 6 5 4 4 3 4 9 2 3 2 3 16 11

$ Caballero Classic (Yuma, AZ) & Trademark Shootout (Charleston, SC) % The Citadel Invitational (Charleston, SC) * Southern Conference Games # Southern Conference Tournament @ NCAA Regionals (Columbia, SC) 2002 (31-26, 22-8 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Regular Season Champions #3 North Carolina State #6 Maryland #8 North Carolina State #3 Richmond $1 West Virginia $3 Virgnia Tech $4 Virginia 1 at Jacksonville 4 Charleston Southern 2 at Coastal Carolina 4 Davidson 8 Davidson 5 Davidson 11 Pace University 1 Pace Universtiy 9 Appalachian State 10 Appalachian State 8 Appalachian State 0 at Florida State 3 at Florida State 0 at College of Charleston 14 at College of Charleston 8 at College of Charleston 5 South Carolina 3 East Tennessee State 6 East Tennessee State 8 East Tennessee State 8 Charleston Southern 8 at Western Carolina 7 at Western Carolina 1 at Western Carolina 0 at South Carolina 0 UNC Greensboro 4 UNC Greensboro 4 UNC Greensboro 13 at Charleston Southern 9 at Georgia Southern 3 at Georgia Southern 16 at Georgia Southern 0 at Winthrop 4 Wofford 13 Wofford 7 Wofford 3 Coastal Carolina 0 at Furman 7 at Furman 0 at Furman 2 Winthrop 6 at North Carolina State 2 at North Carolina State 16 at Charleston Southern 12 at VMI 12 at VMI 11 at VMI %7 ETSU %2 Georgia Southern %0 Furman

2 8 14 4 0 12 5 2 0 1 3 6 3 2 3 1 2 4 4 11 10 7 9 1 2 0 2 2 3 0 2 2 5 1 1 18 2 12 4 5 8 0 2 3 5 5 5 1 7 8 6 2 4 5 5 4 6

# Crab House Challenge (Charleston, SC) $ Berkeley Electric Coop Shootout (Charleston, SC) % Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC) 2003 (32-25, 19-11 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan #4 Tennessee #3 Vanderbilt $5 South Carolina $3 Kentucky $15 North Carolina State 8 at Miami 1 at Miami 6 at Miami 12 North Carolina A&T 2 North Carolina A&T 7 at Western Carolina 7 at Western Carolina 5 at Western Carolina 3 at North Carolina State 12 Wofford 11 Wofford 5 Wofford 7 Lafayette 20 at Charleston Southern 10 at Appalachian State 5 at Appalachian State 12 at Appalachian State 1 at Jacksonville 2 Florida State 9 College of Charleston 19 College of Charleston 9 College of Charleston 12 at North Carolina A&T

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

7 6 8 3 4 1 5 5 1 9 5 10 6 8 5 2 2 10 6 7 9 9 11 7 10 6 5 %2 %1

at North Carolina A&T at Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at Winthrop East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Winthrop at Furman at Furman at Furman at Coastal Carolina Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Charleston Southern at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at South Carolina VMI VMI VMI College of Charleston VMI

2 11 7 16 6 3 8 6 2 4 4 3 4 15 1 4 4 7 10 5 12 4 6 4 0 7 1 8 2

# ESPN Radio Shootout (Charleston, SC) $ Crab House Challenge (Charleston, SC) % Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC) 2004 (39-28, 21-9 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan SoCon Tournament Champions 5 UNC Charlotte #1 Richmond #5 West Virginia #6 Old Dominion (15) $1 North Carolina State $4 College of Charleston @7 vs Oregon State @5 vs Chicago State @3 at Hawaii @2 vs Oregon State @11 vs Chicago State 3 Coastal Carolina 5 at Elon 13 at Elon 4 at Elon 5 at NC State 4 Western Carolina 6 Western Carolina 6 Western Carolina 19 at Charleston Southern 5 at Winthrop 9 at Wofford 7 at Wofford 8 at Wofford (10) 4 Charleston Southern 6 Appalachian State 9 Appalachian State 13 Appalachian State 7 Charleston Southern 10 at College of Charleston 4 at College of Charleston 7 at College of Charleston 2 at Charleston Southern 10 High Point 11 High Point 14 High Point 4 at Clemson 2 at South Carolina 3 Davidson 12 Davidson 6 Davidson 9 at East Tennessee State 7 at East Tennessee State (13) 7 at East Tennessee State 5 Savannah State 5 Savannah State 11 Furman 5 Furman 9 Furman 5 at Coastal Carolina 1 South Carolina (10) 8 at Georgia Southern 10 at Georgia Southern 4 at Georgia Southern 2 Winthrop 7 UNC Greensboro 6 UNC Greensboro 7 UNC Greensboro %6 vs East Tennessee State %10 vs Davidson %2 vs Western Carolina %7 vs College of Charleston %9 vs Western Carolina %8 vs Western Carolina ^4 at South Carolina

0 2 4 8 3 5 6 0 6 3 3 12 4 7 6 2 0 3 3 6 4 1 4 4 12 2 1 9 12 5 15 9 5 4 10 2 13 5 0 3 2 10 10 9 2 7 1 4 4 8 6 11 11 13 5 3 1 3 2 1 5 2 2 1 12

^10 ^3

vs Coastal Carolina vs North Carolina

1 6

# Homewood Suites Shootout presented by The Charleston Cran House (Charleston, SC) $ Homewood Suites Tournament presented by Trademark Properties (Charleston, SC) @ First Hawaii Tournament (Honolulu, HI) % Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC) ^ NCAA Regional (Columbia, SC) 2005 (25-34, 14-16 SoCon) Head Coach :Fred Jordan 4 at Charlotte 4 at Charlotte (11) #6 Old Dominion (11) #15 Coppin State #3 Richmond &3 North Carolina State &11 West Virginia 4 at Coastal Carolina 3 Stony Brook 0 Stony Brook 1 Coastal Carolina 1 at UNC Greensboro 6 at UNC Greensboro 3 at UNC Greensboro 2 Elon (11) 5 Elon 6 Elon 0 at College of Charleston 1 at Western Carolina 8 at Western Carolina 9 at Western Carolina 2 South Carolina 12 Wofford 21 Wofford 6 Wofford 4 at South Carolina 5 at Appalachian State 8 at Appalachian State 12 at Appalachian State 4 Longwood 9 Longwood 6 College of Charleston 3 College of Charleston 7 College of Charleston 2 Winthrop 5 Charleston Southern 10 Charleston Southern 10 Charleston Southern 0 East Carolina 7 at Davidson 4 at Davidson 5 at Davidson 0 at Charleston Southern 6 at Winthrop 8 East Tennessee State 5 East Tennessee State 19 East Tennessee State 5 at North Carolina State 9 at Furman 7 at Furman 5 at Furman 5 Georgia Southern 4 Georgia Southern 9 Georgia Southern %1 vs. Western Carolina %10 vs. East Tennessee State %8 vs. Elon %7 vs. College of Charleston

9 3 5 0 5 10 1 2 2 1 5 2 14 4 4 6 3 13 15 7 10 4 14 5 3 9 9 9 5 7 7 4 9 9 6 8 6 17 3 9 3 11 11 13 5 8 11 8 3 4 2 8 2 4 6 6 7 9

ALL-TIME RESULTS

13 12 18 5 5 6 8 3 6 8 3 6 20 17 11 12 11 9 11 7 12 12 7 8 6 12 7 #6 #6 #3 #1

# Homewood Suites Shootout presented by Trademark Properties (Charleston, SC) &Homewood Suites Shootout presented by the Charleston Crab House (Charleston, SC) %Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC)

14-Time SoCon Champs • 109


L

Last Meeting

Gardner-Webb

2

2

0

1985

Oregon State

2

1

1

2004

Alabama-Birmingham

1

0

1

1991

George Mason

1

1

0

1990

Pace

2

1

1

2002

Alderson-Broaddus

2

2

0

1979

George Washington

4

3

1

1970

Pembroke State

5

4

1

1993

Allegheny

7

7

0

1992

Georgia

2

1

1

2000

Pfeiffer

2

1

1

1968

Allen

3

3

0

1981

Georgia College

3

3

0

1995

Piedmont

2

2

0

1983

Appalachian State

81

61

20

2005

Georgia Southern

57

22

29

2005

Presbyterian

13

13

0

1998

Armstrong State

35

21

14

1993

Georgia State

3

3

0

1994

Princeton

6

3

3

2001

Army

1

1

0

1998

Georgia Tech

1

0

1

2000

Providence

1

0

1

1999

Augusta

21

12

9

1991

Glenville State

3

3

0

1978

Radford

3

2

1

1998

Austin Peay

3

2

1

1984

Guilford

2

2

0

1981

Richmond

19

18

11

2005

Ball State

1

1

0

1985

Hawaii

1

0

1

2004

Rollins

3

1

2

1971

Belmont Abbey

1

1

0

1990

High Point

3

3

0

2004

St. Andrews

2

1

1

1991

Benedict

4

4

0

1984

Hiram

5

5

0

1989

St. John's

4

2

2

2001

Berry

1

1

0

1971

Howard

11

10

1

2000

St. Leo

1

1

0

1969

Boston University

1

0

1

1967

Hunter

4

4

0

1975

Salisbury State

17

13

4

1988

Brockport State

8

6

2

1979

Jacksonville

9

1

8

2003

San Diego State

1

0

1

2001

Brown

8

7

1

1996

James Madison

9

5

4

1996

Savannah State

2

1

1

2004

Buffalo

2

2

0

1980

Juniata

2

2

0

1986

Shepherd

14

14

0

1983

Butler

4

4

0

2001

Kent State

3

1

2

1990

Shippensburg State

2

2

0

1982

Cal-Riverside

1

0

1

2001

Kentucky

6

3

3

2003

South Carolina*

156

43

112

2005

Cal-State Fullerton

1

1

0

1990

Lafayette

2

1

1

2003

SC-Aiken

21

15

6

1993

Campbell*

15

12

2

1994

LeMoyne

3

3

0

1990

SC-Spartanburg

4

1

3

1990

Catawba

2

2

0

1983

Liberty

2

2

0

1990

South Carolina State

4

4

0

1993

Carson-Newman

6

6

0

1979

Limestone

1

1

0

1989

Southern California

1

0

1

1996

Central Florida

3

1

2

1987

Longwood

5

2

3

2005

Springfield

2

1

1

1969

Central Michigan

2

1

1

1973

Louisiana State

2

0

2

1990

Stetson

6

3

3

1993

Central Wesleyan

1

1

0

1989

Marietta

3

3

0

1970

Stony Brook

2

1

1

2005

Charleston Southern

58

35

23

2005

Marshall

41

28

13

1997

Taylor

1

0

1

1967

Charlotte

2

0

0

2005

Maryland

5

4

1

2002

Tennessee

9

5

4

2003

Chicago State

2

2

0

2004

Mercer

7

5

2

1991

Tenn.-Chattanooga

10

9

1

1982

Christian Brothers

2

1

1

1992

Methodist

1

1

0

1982

Tennessee Tech

2

1

1

1997

Clemson

27

6

21

2004

Miami (Fla.)

6

3

3

2003

Troy State

2

1

1

1999

Coastal Carolina

65

31

34

2005

Middle Tennessee St.

3

2

1

1994

Vanderbilt

3

1

2

2003

College of Charleston

45

27

18

2005

Mt. Olive

5

4

1

1992

Virginia

3

0

3

2002

Concord

1

1

0

1976

Mt. St. Mary’s

3

2

1

1997

VA Commonwealth

4

1

3

2001

Connecticut

6

4

2

2001

Muhlenberg

2

2

0

1980

Virginia Military

76

63

13

2003

Coppin State

1

1

0

2005

Navy

6

3

3

2000

Virginia Tech

8

3

5

2002

121

82

39

2005

Norfolk State

10

9

1

1993

Wake Forest

7

4

3

1997

Davis & Elkins

4

4

0

1980

North Adams State

3

3

0

1989

Washington & Lee

4

4

0

1982

Delaware

4

1

3

1983

North Carolina

29

8

21

2004

Wayne State

2

2

0

1968

VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS

Opponent

Davidson

Games W

Duke

4

1

3

1988

NC A&T

4

4

0

2003

Western Carolina

110

50

60

2005

East Carolina

31

13

18

2005

NC-Charlotte

4

3

1

2004

Western Connecticut

2

2

0

1972

East Tennessee State

74

48

26

2005

NC-Greensboro

32

19

13

2005

Western Michigan

2

1

1

2000

Elizabethtown

5

5

0

1987

NC State

37

11

26

2005

West Liberty State

4

4

0

1985

Elmhurst

2

0

2

1970

NC Wesleyan

4

1

3

1987

West Virginia

12

7

5

2005

Elon

7

4

3

2005

NC-Wilmington

9

3

6

1994

West Virginia State

7

6

1

1988

Emory & Henry

1

1

0

1978

North Florida

1

0

1

1995

William & Mary

21

15

6

2001

Fairmont State

4

4

0

1986

Northwestern

1

0

1

1987

Wingate

11

9

2

1989

Florida

1

1

0

1996

Notre Dame

1

0

1

1994

Winthrop

28

13

15

2005

Florida International

3

1

2

1986

New York Tech

4

3

1

1996

Wofford

36

30

6

2005

Florida State

10

1

9

2003

Oberlin

2

2

0

1968

Xavier

3

3

0

1999

Fordham

3

3

0

1998

Ohio

1

1

0

1996

Youngstown State

2

2

0

1988

Furman*

134

94

39

2005

Oklahoma State

2

0

2

2001

*Includes ties

Gannon

9

8

1

1992

Old Dominion

10

7

3

2005

110 • Bulldog Baseball


All-Time Record: 1230-807-3 (.604), 528-317 (.625) SoCon Mack Erwin (62-30-1, .672) Year Won Lost Tied 1957 10 10 1 1958 15 9 0 1959 19 5 0 1960 18 6 0

Pct. .500 .625 .792 .750

SoCon 3-4-1 (7th) 7-3 (3rd) 6-3 (3rd) 8-2 (T1st)

Year 1961 1962 1963 1964

Jim Newsome Chal Port (641-386-2, .624) Year Won Lost Tied 1965 12 12 0 1966 8 16 0 1967 9 16 0 1968 16 10 0 1969 18 10 0 1970 15 12 1 1971 22 9 0 1972 17 13 0 1973 16 14 0 1974 17 11 0 1975 21 9 0 1976 18 9 0 1977 21 11 0 1978 30 9 0 1979 27 15 0 1980 23 14 0 1981 31 13 0 1982 40 8 0 1983 34 10 0 1984 26 21 0 1985 29 20 0 1986 29 20 0 1987 19 31 0 1988 33 20 0 1989 30 20 0 1990 46 14 0 1991 34 19 1

Fred Jordan

Mack Erwin

Pct. .500 .333 .360 .615 .643 .554 .710 .567 .553 .607 .700 .667 .656 .769 .643 .626 .705 .833 .773 .553 .592 .592 .380 .623 .600 .767 .639

SoCon 9-7 (5th) 3-9 (8th) 6-9 (7th) 4-5 (6th) 10-6 (2nd) 6-8-1 (3rd) 11-5 (T1st) 9-7 (4th) 8-5 (T3rd) 7-7 (4th) 11-3 (1st) 7-4 (3rd) 10-4 (3rd) 9-5 (3rd) 13-3 (1st) 9-6 (5th) 11-5 (4th) 14-2 (1st) 12-2 (1st) 12-5 (2nd) 8-10 (3rd) 9-9 (3rd) 6-12 (3rd) 12-6 (2nd) 8-9 (5th) 13-1 (1st) 16-2 (1st)

Jim Newsome (37-43, .463) Won Lost Tied Pct. SoCon 11 8 0 .579 5-6 (7th) 10 13 0 .435 3-7 (7th) 9 10 0 .474 4-7 (5th) 7 12 0 .368 3-10 (8th)

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

Chal Port

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Fred Jordan (480-348, .580) Won Lost Tied Pct. SoCon 35 20 0 .636 10-9 (4th) 32 25 0 .561 13-9 (3rd) 32 34 0 .485 11-13 (5th) 39 21 0 .650 19-5 (1st) 33 26 0 .559 13-10 (4th) 37 21 0 .638 16-7 (3rd) 37 24 0 .607 21-5 (2nd) 41 20 0 .672 24-5 (1st) 39 20 0 .661 23-7 (1st) 38 24 0 .613 20-10(2nd) 31 26 0 .544 22-8 (1st) 32 25 0 .561 19-11 (3rd) 39 28 0 .582 21-9 (T2nd) 25 34 0 .424 14-16 (6th) 14-Time SoCon Champs • 111


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

Corn, James (2002) A Corn, Randy (2000-02) Adden, D.T. (1973) Correll, Vic (1990-93) Albano, Frank (1979) Aughey Covington, Matt (2003-05) Allen, A.J. (1968) Cowsert, Brian (1985-88) Allen, Leroy (1968-70) Cribb, John (1991-94) Altman, Chris (2002-05) Crosby, Dan (1993-95) Ange, Michael (1975-76) Crosby, Marty (1977-79) Anderson, Ryan (1998) Culbertson, H.G. (1964-65) Applebee, Steven (1977,79) Ard, Chris (2002-05) Jon Aughey D Arnold, Matt (2005) Arnold, Russell (1985-86) Dantzler, Brook (2001-03) Arrington, Steve (1981-83) Danzig, J. (1972) Aughey, Jon (2002-05) Darnell, Mike (1995-96) Dantzler Brook Dantzler Davis, Chris (1976-77) Davis, Joe (1970-72) B de Roos, Kristiaan (1998) Baker, Billy (1987-90) Dean, Matt (1999-02) Barkley, Jeff (1979-82) Dennis, Don (1982) Barkley, Matt (1985-88) Diener, C.E. (1971) Bartis, Ed (1969-70) Diket, Al (1975-78) Basch, Steve (1990-93) Dossett, Michael (1974-76) Bauer, Jeff (1967) Dotson, Gene (1973-76) Bean, Ronald (1973) Dover, F.W. (1971) Beckham, Griff (2002-05) Dubose, C.L. (1971) Beckley, David (1993-96) Durham, Kevin (1995-98) Beecher, Andy (1985-87) Beerman, Curt (1994-97) E Belk, Hudson (2001) Beerman Eaves, Chris (2004-05) Bengel, Chris (1984-87) Eckert, Chris (1998-01) Benton, Ryan (2001) Egleton, Ken (2003-05) Betchman, Bo (1994-97) David Beckley Egleton, Mark (2003-05) Bills, G.R. (1964-65) Ellis, Jonathan (2002-04) Black, Mike (1988-90) Elvington, Scott (1990-92) Blackwell, Jerry (1967-68) Emery, Doug (1984) Blair, Marty (1980-83) Erickson, Todd (1973-76) Blanton, Tripp (1986-89) Estes, George (1971) Bledsoe, John (1968-70) Booth, Rusty (1971-74) F Branham, Mike (1987-90) Fairey, David (1976-79) Bridges, Doug (1995) Feaster, Kenny (1972-75) Breedlove, J.H. (1964-65) Finkelstein, Joe (1982-83) Britt, Ken (1989-91) Fishel, Steve (1970-73) Brown, Zach (2004-05) Flock, John (1965-67) Bunn, Kyle (1998-99) Foltz, L.F. (1964-65) Bunt, Walter (1967-69) Franco, Vinnie (1978-80) Burgess, Evan (2003-05) Frangioni, R.K. (1965-66) Burks, Donnie (1993) Fulmer, T.A. (1999-02) Burns, Bryan (1968-71) Furr, Jamie (1986-89) Burt, Mark (1976-79) Butler, Dwight (1980-82) G Butler, Ryan (1994-97) Gabriel, L.B. (1966) Byrd, Billy (1971) Gaetke, Mark (1975-78) Byrd, Daryl (1998-01) Gainey, M.S. (1973) Galloway, Frank (1976-79) C Gamble, Johnny (1986) Caldwell, Cornell (1990-92 Garcia, Orlando (2001) Callahan, Brian (1993-95)) Gensler, C.O. (1971) Callen, M. (1968) Chris Gibson (1996-97) Campbell, W.C. (1971-72) Glaze, Gettys (1989-92) Cannon, Chip (2001-04) Glaze, Lee (1983-86) Cappelmann, Tripp (2003-05) Gordon, Doby (1970) Chappell, David (1976-78) Gordon, Donald (1978) Cheathum, G.R. (1964-65) Gore, Matt (1986-89) Cherry, Mike (1981-83) Correll Will Coker Graham, Eddie (1991) Cheslak, Mark (1977-79) Green, Ricky (1984-87) Coker, Chris (1987-90) Coker, Will (2002-05) Green Griffin, David (1999-02) Griffin, Tom (1983-84) Collins, Cecil (1998) Collins, Rich (1983-85) H Colvard, Ron (1997-99) Compton, Warren (1973) Hagwood, Kip (1979-81) Congello, Oberdan (1991) Haight, Jim (1971-74) Conroy, D.P. (1966) Haigler, Aaron (1996-99) Cook, Gerald (1969) Haltiwanger, Garrick (1994-96) Cooper, Randy (1974-77) Haltiwanger, Sherwyn (1996-97) Cordell, Chuck (1971-74) Hamer, Matt (1999-03)

112 • Bulldog Baseball

Hancock, Rodney (1997-99) Hardwick, Rick (1983-86) Harrelson, Randy (1973-74) Harris, Michael (1998-99) Harrison, John (1991-93) Hartig, Philip (1998-01) Hatley, Tom (1981) Hawkins, Mike (1974-77) Haltiwanger Hayden, Hal (1990-92) Hayslip, Cal (1970-71) Hedges, Johnny (1999) Heller, R. (1968-69) Hicks, J.E. (1973) Higgins, Heath (1999) Hines, Bunky (1985) Hinkle, Jon (1992-95) Hitchcock, L.G. (1964) Hoerner, S.E. (1973) Holland, Buster (1966-69) Houle, T. (1968) Howard, Norman (1992-95) Hufstetler, Terry (1980) Hughes, Charlie (1971-72) Hughes, Rusty (1994-95) Huneycutt, Chad (1996-97) Hurt, Alan (1980-83) Hutto, Billy (1990-93) Hutto, Larry (1988-91) I Imertreijs, Al (1965-67) Irvine, Brian (1966-67) Isaac, Joe (1967-69) Isaac III, Joe (1994) J Jarrell, Rick (1974-77) Jenkins, Anthony (1987-90) Jenkins, Raymond (2001-02) Jennings, W.P. (1971) Johnson, Brad (1980-83) Johnson, Doug (1977) Johnson, Joe (2005) Jones, Clifton (1984-85) Jones, Jimmy (1995-96) Jones, Richard (1973-76) Jones, Tim (1982-85) Jordan, Fred (1976-77, 79) Jordan, Stuart (1998-01) Judson, G.C. (1971)

Kraft

K Kethro, Don (1968-69) Keyser, Robert (1977) Kinelski, Stephen (1980) Kirven, Robbie (1990-91) Kline, Allan (1967) Knox, Mike (1980-82) Korpar, Jack (1982-85) Kraft, Hank (1989-92)

L Lane, Willie (1981, 83) Lanning, Rod (1973-76) Launsbury, E.M. (1971) Lawrence, P.L. (1973) Lecznar, A.J. (1971) Lemonis, Chris (1990-93) Leonard, Larry (1973-76) Linton, T.S. (1966) Livingston, Donald (1986-88) Lott, Ken (1994-96) M Macdonald, Glenn (1972) Machorek, W.C. (1964)


Rivera, Martin (1978-80) Rogers, Brian (1996-98) Rogers, Derrick (1990-93) Ross, Mike (1968-70) Rothlein, A. (1973) Ruus, Edwin (1975) Rychlick, Jason (1988-91)

S Skole Sakre, Larry (1968-70) Sanders, Brett (1983, 85) Sanders, Ron (1969-72) Saunders, Link (2005) Savage, Ron (1993-95) Scott, Jim (1967-69) Seaman, Bob (1967-69) Shirer, Richard (1988-90) Shrader, Tracey (1979-82) Shuler, Jermaine (1991-94) Siau, L.H. (1972) Sica, Chris (1994-97) Simmons, Jerry (1996-98) Sistare, Dale (1993-95) Skinner, W.S. (1972) Skipper, Bryan (1994) Skole, Tony (1989-92) Smalls, Tavy (1998-99) Smalls, Terrence (1995-98) Smith, Chance (2005) Smith, Charlie (1974) Smith, Justin (2004-05) Smith, Larry (1997) Smith, Whitney (1980-81) Sobczak, Steve (1985-86) Soule, Clayton (2000) Southard, Bo (2002) Sprouse, Shannon (2002-05) Stackley, Josh (2002-05) Stackley Stadler, Chris (1984-85) Steele, W.M. (1966) Steffey, Jim (1987) Stephens, John (1985-88) Stowell, Brad (1988-91) N Sturgeon, Kevin (1985-86) Nicholson, Jimmy (1983-85) Sullivan, Bill (1982-83) Niedorf, D.S. (1965) Sullivan, J.P. (1973) Sullivan, Randy (1985-86) O Ogburn, Bill (1965-67) Sumrall, Joe (1975-77) Owens, Ryan (2003-05) Swails, Billy (1986-89) Swain, Al (1973-74) Swauger, Chris (2005) P Parker, J.R. (1964-65) Pollock Pearre, George (1988) Riley Park Pendleton, Mike (1978-81) Peterson, Nick (1991) Phillips, Andy (2000-04) Plunkett, Paul (1970-73) Pollock, John (2001-02) Porter, T.L. (1964-65) Pounder, Doug (1968-71) Price, John (1993-96) Probsdorfer, J.A. (1965-66) Proctor, Channing (1988-89) Prosser, David (1983-85)

T Talbert, Eric (2000-02) Tarlton, Dennis (1975,1977-78) Taylor, R.E. (1964) Terry, Ron (1970-73) Thompson, Charlie (1971-73) Thompson, Joel (1984-87) Tilden, Steve (1973-74) Tillman, Ricky (1985-87) Tobin, Phillip (1988-91) V Van Slooten, Chad (1994) Vickery, Ken (1983-86) Vickery, Kevin (1986-89) Vincent, D.R. (1964-65)

ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

Mainor, Michael (2001-02) Marion, Bob (1981) Martin, Chris (1996-98) Martin, Paul (1973-76) Martin, Tim (2005) Martin, Tom (1995-98) Mashak, Brady (2003-05) Mason, Calvin (1978-80) Matulia, Matt (2003-05) Matulia, Mike (1980-83) Maxwell, Jamie (2004-05) Mays, Bart (1988-90) Mazurkiewicz, Bob (1970-71) Mazzucco, Mark (1972-75) McCallum, Creighton (2005) McDonnell, Dan (1989-92) McElwee, Tom (1978-80) McGarvey, Kevin (1990-92) McGillis, Jack (1970-72) McKelvy, Russ (1968) McLaurin, Michael (2004-05) McMillan, Kirk (1991-93) McNairy, Doug (1983-85) McPherson, Dallas (1999-01) Meister, Glen (1971-73) McPherson Mendenhall, Scott (2005) Miller, Doug (1981) Mills, Bobby (1983) Mills, David (1981-84) Mincey, T.W. (1999-01) Mobley, M.O. (1972) Montei, Mike (1984-87) Moody, Pat (1994-96) Morehead, A.E. (1966) Morgan, Jay (1997-99) Morillo, Donald (1992-95) Morris, Choppy (1967-69) Morris, Chris (1998-99) Brady Mashak Mullen, Scott (1994-95) Munson, E.R. (1964) Murphy, John (1981-84)

Mainor

W Wall, Vic (1967-69) Wallace, Grant (1995-96) Ward, Buddy (1986-89) Wardlaw, Marcos (1983) Vickery Warley, J.C. (1965-66) Watson, Billy (1968-70) Weathers, Trent (2003-05) Webb, J.E. (1964-66) Webb, Steve (1986, 88) Welch, Hank (1972-75) White, BIll (1981-82) Whittington, Howie (1967-68) Wieters, Billy (1972-75) Wieters, Richard (1974-77) Wiley, Brian (1996-99) Williams, Paul (2001-02) Williams, Stephen (2004-05) Williamson, Mel (1977-80) Wilson, Clark (1972) Wise, Jerry (1968-71) Wodoslawsky, Frank (1981-82) Wysocki, Joe (1967-69) Wyszynski, Dennis (1976) Y Yarchever, Randy (1979,81-82) Yeoman, Ray (1971-72) Z Zito, J.C. (1964-65)

R Ramsay, Tony (1979-82) Randall, Jason (2000-03) Reames, Britt (1993-95) Reames, Jay (1996) Reeves, J.E. (1964) Reichlmayr, Garry (1975-78) Reynolds, Steve (1975-78) Richardson, Blaine (2004-05) Richardson, Danny (1986-89)

14-Time SoCon Champs • 113


Most Walks Allowed 14 vs. Davidson

ALL-TIME SUPERLATIVES

TEAM OFFENSE Most Runs Scored 27 vs. Davidson

4-5-82

Most Hits 32 vs. Davidson

4-5-82

Most Walks Received 19 vs. Butler 19 vs. East Tennessee State

3-15-95 3-18-95

Most Times Struck Out 18 vs. South Carolina

2-19-03

Most Doubles 8 vs. Appalachian State

3-15-98

Most Triples 6 vs. Hunter

4-18-75

Most Home Runs 6 vs. Marshall 6 vs. East Carolina

3-22-97 3-24-97

Most Runners Left on Base 17 vs. North Carolina State 17 vs. Notre Dame

3-2-86 5-28-94

3-17-85

TEAM DEFENSE Most Errors 11 vs. East Carolina

4-21-73

Most Double Plays 4, 3 times (last vs. Augusta)

2-21-90

Most Triple Plays 1 vs. Brockport State 1 vs. James Madison 1 vs. East Tennessee State 1 vs. Charleston Southern

3-13-79 3-1-92 3-5-00 3-19-03

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE Most Runs Scored 6, by Vic Correll vs. Mt. Saint Mary's 6, by Jerry Simmons vs. Davidson

2-27-92 4-11-98

Most Hits 7, by John Stephens vs.Davidson

4-6-86

Most RBI 10 by Jerry Simmons vs. ETSU

3-21-98

3-8-98

Most Stolen Bases 11 vs Western Michigan

2-26-00

Most Doubles 4, by Aaron Haigler vs. Army

Most Sacrifices 9 vs. VMI

4-28-84

Most Triples 2, 6 times (last by Matt Matulia vs. VMI)

Most Runs in an Inning 13 vs. Wofford

2-20-96

Most Home Runs 3, by Garrick Haltiwanger vs. Coastal Carolina 3-3-94

TEAM PITCHING

5-18-03

4-2-92

Most Walks Received 5, 3 times (last by Chip Cannon vs ETSU) 5-1-04

Most Earned Runs Allowed 25 vs. South Carolina

4-2-92

Most Sacrifices 3, by Gettys Glaze vs. Marshall 3, by Matt Matulia vs. Coppin State

Most Strikeouts 21 vs. Appalachian St.

4-12-97

T. A. Fulmer The Citadel 6, ETSU 0

(2 BB, 14 K) (3-29-02)

Rodney Hancock The Citadel 24, Furman 0

(4 BB, 14 K) (5-14-99)

Chris Bengel The Citadel 3, Davidson 0

(7 BB, 4 K) (4-7-84)

Martin Rivera (4 BB, 16 K) The Citadel 7, Brockport St. 0 (3-27-78)

114 • Bulldog Baseball

1995-96 2003 2000 1987-88 2004 1982 1982 1999 1996 1997 1998 1993 1995

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Runs Allowed 10, 5 times (last by Brian Rogers vs. Clemson)

5-21-98

Most Earned Runs Allowed 10, by Brian Rogers vs. Clemson

5-21-98

Most Hits Allowed 15, by Russell Arnold vs. Norfolk State

3-9-86

Most Strikeouts 20, by Rodney Hancock vs. Furman

5-19-99

Most Walks 10, by Frank Galloway vs. Miami, FL 10, by Martin Rivera vs. Clemson

5-18-79 3-21-79

4-14-91 2-19-05

Most Stolen Bases 5, twice (last by Jon Aughey vs. Charleston Southern) 5-7-03

Most Putouts 20, by Chris Martin vs. Appalachian St. 20, by Jay Morgan vs. Furman

4-12-97 5-19-99

Most Assists 11, by Terrence Smalls vs. Furman

3-9-97

Most Errors 4, 5 times (last by Tavy Smalls vs. East Tennessee State

3-27-99

Top Pitching Performances

NO HITTERS

Frank Galloway The Citadel 11, Glenville St. 0

Longest Hitting Streaks 28, by Garrick Haltiwanger 27, by Chris Ard 23, by Dallas McPherson 23, by Billy Swails 20, by Josh Stackley 20, by Bill White 20, by Bill White 19, by Stuart Jordan 17, by Ken Lott 16, by Terrence Smalls 16, by Aaron Haigler 16, by Chris Lemonis 16, by Garrick Haltiwanger

3-18-90

Most Runs Allowed 32 vs. South Carolina

4-17-86

3-28-03

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE

Most Grand Slams 2, by Rick Green vs. Salisbury St.

Most Hits Allowed 33 vs. South Carolina

Most Hit By Pitch 4, by Brook Dantzler

(0 BB, 9 K) (3-24-78)

ONE HITTERS

Mike Pendleton The Citadel 12, USC-Aiken 0

(5 IP, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 K) (4-5-79)

T.A. Fulmer, Shannon Sprouse, Matt Hamer, & Randy Corn (9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 15K) The Citadel 4, Charleston Southern 0 (3-5-02)

Mike Pendleton The Citadel 12, Chattanooga 1

(7 IP, 1 R, 4 BB, 6 K) (3-24-79)

Brian Wiley The Citadel 16, UNC Greensboro 3

(9 IP, 3 R, 4 BB, 16 K) (4-17-99)

Brian Rogers & Tom Martin The Citadel 1, Furman 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 14 K) (4-4-98)

Scott Mullen & Jon Hinkle The Citadel 4, VMI 3

(9 IP, 3 R, 4 BB, 15 K) (4-30-94)

Frank Galloway The Citadel 7, Shepherd 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 4 BB, 10 K) (3-16-79)

Mike Pendleton The Citadel 5, Western Carolina 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 12 K) (4-15-78)

Don Gordon & Gary Reichlmayr The Citadel 9, Brockport St. 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 0 BB, 7 K) (3-27-78)

David Mills The Citadel 2, Furman 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 1 BB, 7 K) (4-20-84)

Joe Sumrall, Hank Welch, Gary Reichlmayr & Gene Dotson (9 IP, 0 R, 6 BB, 9 K) The Citadel 22, Hunter 0 (3-23-75)

Jeff Barkley The Citadel 11, Baptist 1

(9 IP, 1 R, 2 BB, 8 K) (3-12-84)

Billy Wieters The Citadel 2, Mercer 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 4 K) (5-2-74)

Tony Ramsay & Hugh Bates The Citadel 21, Presbyterian 0

(5 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 5 K) (3-7-81)

Steve Arrington The Citadel 1, Richmond 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 7 K) (5-3-73)

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 13 K) (4-7-79)

Steve Arrington The Citadel 4, Davidson 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 3 BB, 7 K) (5-8-71)

Frank Galloway The Citadel 6, Stetson 0


Stolen Bases Season: 84, Chris Morris (2000) Career: 147, Chris Morris (1998-2000) Strikeouts Season: 67, Jason Randall (2001) Career: 214, Jason Randall (2000-03) Walks Season: Career:

71, Chip Cannon (2004) 185, Dan McDonnell (1989-92)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Games Pitched Season: 39, Randy Corn (2002) Career: 112, Tom Martin (1995-98) Games Started Season: 18, Jonathan Ellis (2004) Career: 53, Brian Callahan (1993-96) 53, Brian Wiley (1996-99) Complete Games Season: 9, Jeff Barkley (1981) 9, Jonathan Ellis (2004) Career: 23, Jeff Barkley (1979-82)

INDIVIDUAL BATTING Games Played Season: 67, Chip Cannon (2004) 67, Will Coker (2004) 67, Chris Ard (2004) Career: 239, Philip Hartig (1998-01) At Bats Season: Career:

274, Josh Stackley (2004) 983, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

Runs Season: Career:

81, Chris Morris (2000) 230, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

Hits Season: Career:

99, Philip Hartig (2000) 360, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

Total Bases Season: 175, Philip Hartig (2000) Career: 655, Philip Hartig (1998-01) Doubles Season: Career: Triples Season: Career:

69, Ray Yeoman (1972) 194, Brian Wiley (1996-99)

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING Errors Season: Career:

28, Jermaine Shuler (1994) 57, Phillip Tobin (1988-91)

Putouts Season:

527, Chris Swauger (2005)

Assists Season: Career:

214, Jermaine Shuler (1994) 646, David Beckley (1993-96)

Fielding Percentage Career: .990, Chip Cannon (2004)

TEAM BATTING Games:

66, in 1994

At Bats:

2,343 in 2004

Runs:

492 in 2000

Innings Pitched Season: 136.1, Jonathan Ellis (2004) Career: 316.1, Brian Wiley (1996-99)

Hits:

698 in 2004

Wins Season:

Doubles:

141 in 1997

Triples:

31 in 1996

Home Runs:

54 in 1997

Career:

12, Mike Cherry (1983) 12, Jonathan Ellis (2004) 30, Mike Montei (1984-87)

Total Bases:

1,009 in 2000

Earned-Run Average Season: 0.95, Rusty Booth (1972) Career: 1.37, Ray Yeoman (1971-72)

Runs Batted In:

444 in 2000

Average:

.346 in 1982

Shutouts Season: Career:

5, Gettys Glaze (1992) 7, Mike Pendleton (1978-81)

Slugging Percentage:

.505 in 1982

Stolen Bases:

198 in 2000

13, Donald Morillo (1995) 13, Randy Corn (2002) 29, Hank Kraft (1989-92)

Strikeouts:

466 in 2004

Walks:

300 in 1996

Saves Season: Career:

Strikeouts Season: 159, Brian Rogers (1998) 159, Brian Wiley (1998) Career: 431, Brian Wiley (1996-99)

TEAM PITCHING Complete Games: Innings Pitched:

Brian Wiley

Most wins:

46 in 1990

Earned Run Average:

7, Kip Hagwood (1981) 14, Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 14, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

Most strikeouts:

Runs Batted In Season: 86, Philip Hartig (2000) Career: 290, Philip Hartig (1998-01) .474, Bill White (1982) .433, Bill White (1980-82)

Slugging Percentage Season: .719, Anthony Jenkins (1990) Career: .673, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

23 in 1983 600.2 in 2004

25, Aaron Haigler (1998) 76, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

Home Runs Season: 17, Philip Hartig (1998 & 1999) 17, Chip Cannon (2004) Career: 64, Philip Hartig (1998-01)

Average Season: Career:

Walks Season: Career:

CAREER & SEASON RECORDS

Philip Hartig

Most saves:

1.74 in 1972 17 in 1994 598 in 1998

David Beckley 295 in 1996

Most walks: Longest winning streak:

26 in 1990

Longest losing streak:

12 in 1967

TEAM FIELDING Errors:

127 in 1994

Putouts:

1802 in 2004

Most assists:

762 in 2004

Fielding Percentage:

.974 in 2004

14-Time SoCon Champs • 115


SINGLE-SEASON TOP-10

Games Played 67 Chip Cannon Will Coker Chris Ard 66 Josh Stackley Jon Aughey David Beckley Garrick Haltiwanger Jermaine Shuler 62 Philip Hartig David Griffin Andy Phillips

2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 1994 1994 1994 2001 2001 2001

At Bats 274 Josh Stackley 268 Chris Ard 261 Philip Hartig 254 Chris Ard 253 Jon Aughey 252 Philip Hartig Philip Hartig 251 Tavy Smalls 250 Jon Aughey David Beckley

2004 2004 1999 2005 2004 2001 2000 1999 2003 1994

Runs Scored 81 Chris Morris 71 Terrence Smalls Jerry Simmons 70 Anthony Jenkins 69 Chip Cannon 66 Mike Knox 65 David Beckley 64 Philip Hartig 62 Jon Aughey 60 Billy Swails

2000 1998 1997 1990 2004 1982 1996 1999 2004 1988

Hits 99 Philip Hartig 94 Philip Hartig 91 Philip Hartig 90 Chris Ard Terrence Smalls 89 Chris Ard Anthony Jenkins 88 Terrence Smalls Lee Glaze 86 Garrick Haltiwanger 83 Chip Cannon

2000 1999 2001 2005 1998 2003 1990 1997 1986 1995 2004

Total Bases 175 Philip Hartig 171 Philip Hartig 166 Philip Hartig 161 Anthony Jenkins 158 Chip Cannon 147 Jerry Simmons 143 Philip Hartig 132 Josh Stackley Garrick Haltiwanger Chris Lemonis

2000 1999 2001 1990 2004 1997 1998 2004 1995 1993

116 • Bulldog Baseball

Doubles 25 Aaron Haigler 24 Tavy Smalls 23 Philip Hartig 22 Ryan Butler 20 Chip Cannon Philip Hartig 19 Dale Sistare Chris Lemonis 17 Lee Glaze 16 Matt Matulia Chris Swauger Josh Stackley Bo Betchman Garrick Hatliwanger Jermaine Shuler Anthony Jenkins Chris Coker Tom Ramsay

1998 2000 2001 1997 2004 1999 1995 1993 1986 2005 2005 2004 1996 1996 1994 1990 1998 1982

Triples 7 Kip Hagwood 6 Philip Hartig Vic Correll Billy Baker Bill White 5 Josh Stackley Matt Matulia David Beckley Jason Rychlick Gary Reichlmayr

1981 2000 1992 1988 1982 2004 2003 1994 1991 1978

Chip Cannon

Chip Cannon Home Runs 17 Chip Cannon Philip Hartig Philip Hartig 16 Philip Hartig Anthony Jenkins 14 Philip Hartig Jerry Simmons 12 Chip Cannon 11 Garrick Haltiwanger Alan Hurt

2004 1999 1998 2001 1990 2000 1997 2003 1996 1982

Runs Batted In 86 Philip Hartig 73 Philip Hartig 69 Philip Hartig 68 Jerry Simmons Ryan Butler Anthony Jenkins 66 Chip Cannon Chris Lemonis 62 Philip Hartig 60 Chip Cannon Garrick Haltiwanger Lee Glaze

2000 1999 2001 1997 1997 1990 2004 1993 1998 2003 1996 1986

Batting Average (min. 40 at bats) .474 Bill White .429 Tim Jones .425 Lee Glaze .420 Billy Swails .418 Richard Wieters .413 Buster Holland .402 Kip Hagwood .400 Chance Smith .397 Anthony Jenkins .396 Chris Ard

1982 1985 1986 1989 1976 1969 1980 2005 1990 2003

Stolen Bases 84 Chris Morris 52 Chris Morris 49 Terrence Smalls 46 Tim Jones 39 David Beckley Mike Knox 38 Dan McDonnell 37 David Beckley 33 Terrence Smalls 32 Mike Knox

2000 1999 1998 1985 1994 1982 1990 1993 1997 1981

Times Struck Out 67 Jason Randall 63 Will Coker 62 Jon Aughey 61 Jason Randall 60 Jason Randall 57 Ken Lott Dale Sistare 56 Jon Aughey 55 Matt Matulia 54 Stuart Jordan

2001 2004 2004 2003 2002 1996 1995 2003 2003 1999

Times Walked 71 Chip Cannon 63 Dan McDonnell 62 Dan McDonnell 57 Chris Morris 53 Dan McDonnell 52 Ken Vickery 49 Bo Betchman 48 Billy Swails 47 Chris Morris 46 Rodney Hancock Buddy Ward

2004 1992 1990 1999 1991 1986 1996 1988 2000 1997 1989


2002 1998 1996 2001 1997 1994 1995 2001 2000 2005

Ryan Owens

Games Started 18 Jonathan Ellis 17 Brian Wiley 17 Brian Rogers 16 Ryan Owens Eric Talbert Brian Callahan 15 Jonathan Ellis T.A. Fulmer Kyle Bunn Ron Colvard Billy Baker Jamie Furr

2004 1999 1998 2005 2001 1994 2003 2002 2000 2000 1990 1988

Complete Games 9 Jonathan Ellis Jeff Barkley 8 Mike Cherry Jeff Barkley Mike Pendleton Richard Wieters Steve Arrington Doug Pounder 7 Mike Montei Leroy Allen

2004 1981 1988 1987 1980 1977 1972 1971 1986 1970

Innings Pitched 136.1 Jonathan Ellis 119.0 Brian Rogers 113.1 Eric Talbert 110.0 Rodney Hancock 109.0 Billy Baker 104.1 Britt Reames 100.0 Ken Egleton 99.1 Mike Montei

2004 1998 2001 1999 1990 1994 2004 1987

98.2 98.0 95.1

Frank Galloway Leroy Allen Brian Rogers

1979 1970 1997

Wins 12 Jonathan Ellis Mike Cherry 11 Ron Colvard 10 Rodney Hancock Britt Reames Ken Britt Doug Pounder 9 Matt Hamer Rodney Hancock Mike Montei Mike Montei Jeff Barkley Alan Hunt Frank Galloway Mike Pendleton

2004 1983 2000 1999 1995 1990 1971 2002 1998 1986 1985 1982 1982 1979 1978

Shutouts 5 Gettys Glaze 4 Frank Galloway Mike Pendleton 3 T.A. Fulmer Eric Talbert Donald Morillo Ken Britt Richard Shirer David Mills Mike Cherry Jeff Barkley Richard Wieters Steve Arrington Doug Pounder

1992 1979 1978 2002 2001 1994 1991 1990 1983 1982 1981 1977 1971 1968

Saves 13 Randy Corn Donald Morillo 12 Randy Corn Hank Kraft 10 Jay Morgan 9 Donald Morillo Hank Kraft

2002 1995 2001 1992 2000 1994 1991

8 7

Tom Martin Shannon Sprouse Jay Morgan Tom Martin Tom Martin Hank Kraft

1998 2003 1999 1997 1996 1990

Strikeouts 159 Brian Rogers Brian Wiley 150 Brian Wiley 135 Britt Reames 132 Mike Cherry 131 Jonathan Ellis 123 Britt Reames 106 Mike Cherry 104 Gettys Glaze 98 Mike Pendleton

1998 1998 1999 1994 1983 2004 1995 1982 1992 1978

Walks 69 Ray Yeoman 65 Jamie Furr 59 Brian Wiley 56 Brian Wiley Chris Bengel 55 Ryan Owens 52 Ken Egleton 48 Britt Reames 45 Mike Cherry Mike Pendleton

1972 1988 1998 1999 1985 2005 2005 1994 1983 1979

ERA (min. 9 innings) 0.95 Rusty Booth 0.96 Steve Arrington 1.00 Frank Galloway 1.13 David Mills 1.28 Doug Pounder 1.37 Randy Corn 1.42 John Pollock 1.46 Tom McElwee 1.50 Dwight Butler 1.60 Donald Morillo Donald Morillo Richard Wieters

1972 1973 1979 1983 1971 2002 2003 1978 1980 1995 1993 1976

SINGLE-SEASON TOP-10

Appearances 39 Randy Corn 38 Tom Martin 37 Tom Martin 35 Randy Corn Tom Matin Donald Morillo 32 Donald Morillo 31 T.A. Fulmer Kyle Bunn 30 Link Saunders

Britt Reames

14-Time SoCon Champs • 117


YEAR BY YEAR LEADERS

Games Played Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Name No. Choppy Morris 25 Six with 26 26 Four with 28 28 Three with 28 28 Five with 31 31 Paul Plunkett 30 Ron Terry, Glen Meister, Paul Plunkett30 Kenny Feaster, Richard Wieters 28 Five with 30 30 Five with 27 27 Five with 32 32 Five with 39 39 Five with 42 42 Three with 37 37 Marty Blair 44 Five with 48 48 Four with 43 43 Five with 46 46 Jimmy Nicholson, Lee Glaze 49 Lee Glaze, Joel Thompson, Rick Hardwick, Ken Vickery 49 Billy Swails, Kevin Vickery 50 Five with 53 53 Billy Swails, Buddy Ward, Anthony Jenkins49 Four with 60 60 Jason Rychlick, Tony Skole 54 Five with 55 55 Two with 57 57 Three with 66 66 Four with 60 60 Ryan Butler, Terrence Smalls 59 Seven with 58 58 Terrence Smalls, Tavy Smalls 61 Philip Hartig 61 Four with 59 59 Four with 62 62 Three with 57 57 Six tied with 57 57 Three with 67 67 Three with 59 59

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Choppy Morris Mike Ross Mike Ross Mike Ross Jerry Wise Paul Plunkett Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Richard Wieters Rick Jarrell Rick Jarrell Marty Crosby, David Fairey David Fairey Mike Knox Mike Knox Mike Knox John Murphy Ken Vickery Jimmy Nicholson Lee Glaze

At Bats

Billy Swails

Aaron Haigler 118 • Bulldog Baseball

78 107 100 118 108 96 116 107 118 106 122 135 154 127 171 181 148 182 192 207

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Ricky Green, Billy Swails John Stephens Anthony Jenkins Chris Coker Tony Skole Gettys Glaze Chris Lemonis David Beckley Garrick Haltiwanger Terrence Smalls Terrence Smalls Tavy Smalls Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Matt Dean Jon Aughey Josh Stackley Chris Ard

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Choppy Morris Mike Ross Mike Ross Jerry Wise Joe Davis Charlie Hughes Ron Terry Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Richard Wieters Mike Hawkins, Mark Gaetke David Fairey Mark Burt Kip Hagwood Mike Knox Mike Knox Marty Blair Ken Vickery Ken Vickery John Stephens Billy Swails Billy Swails Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Chris Lemonis David Beckley David Beckley David Beckley Jerry Simmons Terrence Smalls Philip Hartig Chris Morris Daryl Bryd Two with 41 Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chris Ard

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Choppy Morris Choppy Morris Buster Holland Mike Ross Jerry Wise Paul Plunkett Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Marty Crosby Vinnie Franco Kip Hagwood Mike Knox Bill White John Murphy Lee Glaze Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green, Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins, John Stephens Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Vic Correll, Gettys Glaze Chris Lemonis David Beckley Garrick Haltiwanger Bo Betchman Terrence Smalls Terrence Smalls Philip Hartig

178 198 176 226 205 210 221 250 248 242 249 251 261 252 252 224 250 274 254

Runs Scored 12 27 22 18 23 21 20 20 26 25 24 38 38 29 48 66 43 42 53 51 35 60 49 70 46 54 52 49 52 65 71 71 64 81 57 41 50 69 48

Hits 21 34 38 33 33 29 37 36 39 43 40 43 48 45 62 82 54 61 76 88 57 66 66 89 69 68 81 78 86 79 88 90 94

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Matt Dean Chris Ard Chip Cannon Chris Ard

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Choppy Morris Mike Ross Mike Ross Mike Ross Joe Davis Paul Plunkett Steve Arrington Kenny Feaster, Richard Wieters Paul Martin Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Marty Crosby Melvin Williamson, Vinnie Franco Mark Mitchum Kip Hagwood Bill White Mike Matulia John Murphy Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green Chris Coker, Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Two with 105 each Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Jon Aughey Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Matulia

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Victor Wall Victor Wall Buster Holland John Bledsoe Jerry Wise, Joe Davis, Ron Lander Paul Plunkett Chuck Cordell Richard Wieters Paul Martin Dickie Jones Richard Wieters David Fairey, Melvin Williamson Marty Crosby Kip Hagwood, Mark Mitchum Tony Ramsay Tony Ramsay John Murphy Ken Vickery Tim Jones Lee Glaze Kevin Vickery Chris Coker Buddy Ward Anthony Jenkins Tony Skole Tony Skole Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler Dale Sistare Bo Bechman, Garrick Haltiwanger Ryan Butler Aaron Haigler Philip Hartig Tavy Smalls Philip Hartig David Griffin Jon Aughey, Chip Cannon Jon Aughey Two with 16

1967 1968

Choppy Morris, Bill Ogburn Choppy Morris, Bill Watson, Jerry Blackwell Buster Holland, Mike Ross Mike Ross

99 91 69 89 83 90

Total Bases 26 51 49 46 39 37 55 40 60 63 66 56 58 59 96 121 71 80 113 125 90 97 99 161 102 105 132 109 132 131 147 143 171 175 166 99 126 158 122

1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Joe Davis, Chuck Cordell Ron Terry Steve Arrington, Ron Terry, Mark Mazzucco Richard Wieters Five with 1 Seven with 1 Richard Wieters Garry Reichlmayr David Fairey Four with 2 Kip Hagwood Bill White Alan Hurt Jack Korpar Tim Jones Lee Glaze Anthony Jenkins Billy Baker Buddy Ward, Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins, Phillip Tobin Jason Rychlick Vic Correll Three with two David Beckley Three with three Three with five Aaron Haigler Jerry Simmons, Philip Hartig Stuart Jordan Philip Hartig Three with two Three with two Matt Matulia Josh Stackley Matt Matulia

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

Aaron Haigler

Doubles 5 5 5 6 3 6 3 6 13 11 11 7 11 8 12 16 10 12 14 17 15 16 13 16 14 14 19 16 19 16 22 25 20 24 23 15 15 20 16

Triples 1969 1970

1 2 3 2

Home Runs 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Victor Wall Mike Ross Mike Ross Ron Sanders Joe Davis, Ron Sanders Six with 1 each Steve Arrington Gene Dotson Gene Dotson Richard Wieters Richard Wieters, Marty Crosby Garry Reichlmayr Mark Burt Tony Ramsay Kip Hagwood Alan Hurt Alan Hurt John Murphy Rick Hardwick Rick Hardwick Ricky Green Donald Livingston, Chris Coker Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Chris Lemonis Chris Lemonis

2 7 3 3 1 1 6 3 8 4 3 3 3 4 5 11 5 5 8 10 8 6 8 16 6 7


Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler Donald Morillo Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Matulia

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Howie Whittington Mike Ross Buster Holland Ron Sanders Joe Davis Ron Sanders Steve Arrington Richard Wieters Gene Dotson Richard Wieters, Paul Martin Richard Wieters Marty Crosby Melvin Williamson Vinnie Franco Mike Knox Bill White Alan Hurt Lee Glaze Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Tony Skole Gettys Glaze Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler, Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons, Ryan Butler Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Jason Randall Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Matulia

10 7 10 11 14 17 17 14 16 9 12 17 10

Runs Batted In

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

12 17 18 17 15 21 28 16 26 20 26 33 25 26 44 78 38 41 41 60 35 48 45 68 51 54 66 33 50 60 68 62 73 86 69 43 60 66 47

Batting Average (Min. 40 at bats) 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Buster Holland Choppy Morris Buster Holland John Bledsoe Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Chuck Cordell Kenny Feaster Paul Martin Richard Wieters

Vic Correll

.286 .327 .413 .333 .333 .333 .327 .336 .376 .418

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

Mike Hawkins Al Diket Melvin Williamson Kip Hagwood Kip Hagwood Bill White Mike Matulia Tim Jones, Lee Glaze Tim Jones Lee Glaze Donald Livingston Anthony Jenkins Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Vic Correll Chris Lemonis Donald Morillo Garrick Haltiwanger Bo Betchman Rodney Hancock Terrence Smalls Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig David Griffin Chris Ard Mark Egleton Chance Smith

.363 .331 .324 .402 .389 .474 .386 .343 .429 .425 .360 .365 .420 .397 .352 .366 .367 .337 .347 .378 .365 .375 .360 .393 .361 .340 .396 .366 .400

2004 2005

Chip Cannon Chance Smith

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Bill Ogburn Buster Holland Mike Ross Mike Ross Ron Terry Charlie Hughes Al Swain, Ron Terry Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Rick Jarrell Mike Hawkins Al Diket Mark Burt

.681 .578

Stolen Bases 3 12 12 9 10 10 7 20 25 11 12 26 19

Chris Ard

(Min. 40 at bats) Victor Wall Mike Ross Buster Holland John Bledsoe Joe Davis Steve Arrington Chuck Cordell Richard Wieters Paul Martin Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Garry Reichlmayr Mark Burt Kip Hagwood Kip Hagwood Bill White Mike Matulia John Murphy Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green Chris Coker Buddy Ward Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Vic Correll Chris Lemonis Donald Morillo Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Jon Aughey Chip Cannon

.352 .477 .500 .478 .402 .400 .327 .440 .594 .612 .555 .608 .403 .509 .644 .699 .559 .491 .638 .604 .506 .539 .585 .719 .520 .559 .597 .505 .532 .601 .639 .668 .655 .694 .659 .463 .612

Alan Hurt Jack Korpar Joel Thompson Joel Thompson Joel Thompson Buddy Ward Anthony Jenkins Chris Coker Jason Rychlick, Chris Lemonis Vic Correll David Beckley Jermaine Shuler Dale Sistare Ken Lott Curt Beerman Philip Hartig Stuart Jordan Dallas McPherson, Chris Morris Jason Randall Jason Randall Jason Randall Will Coker Matt Covington

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Bill Ogburn NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE Ron Sanders Ron Sanders Ron Terry Jimmy Haight Gene Dotson Gene Dotson Mark Gaetke Mark Gaetke, Mark Burt Mark Burt Kip Hagwood Marty Blair Marty Blair Marty Blair Rick Hardwick Ken Vickery Ken Vickery John Stephens Billy Swails Buddy Ward Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Vic Correll Bo Betchman Bo Betchman Bo Betchman Rodney Hancock Rodney Hancock Chris Morris Chris Morris Stuart Jordan Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Covington

19 29 31 41 31 38 28 47 25 40 46 50 57 57 49 46 54 42 67 60 61 63 48

Times Walked

Slugging Average 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

YEAR BY YEAR LEADERS

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

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

Mike Knox Mike Knox Mike Knox Marty Blair Tim Jones Tim Jones John Stephens John Stephens Billy Swails Billy Swails Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Vic Correll, Dan McDonnell Vic Correll David Beckley David Beckley David Beckley Terrence Smalls Terrence Smalls Chris Morris Chris Morris Daryl Byrd Jason Randall Trent Weathers Jon Aughey Chris Ard

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Bill Ogburn NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE Ron Sanders Ron Sanders Ron Terry Charlie Smith Gene Dotson Gene Dotson Richard Wieters Mark Burt Mark Burt Vinnie Franco Marty Blair John Murphy

15 32 39 15 23 46 23 18 22 17 38 30 27 23 39 22 37 33 49 52 84 22 16 25 23 29

15

18 17 19 14 15 13 23 30 38 20 27 41 31 31 41 52 32 48 46 62 53 63 42 35 44 49 46 44 57 47 41 40 42 71 32

Chris Morris

Times Struck Out 19

25 23 19 19 27 15 20 18 24 21 21 17

14-Time SoCon Champs • 119


YEAR BY YEAR LEADERS

T.A. Fulmer

Appearances 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Jim Scott Jim Scott, Doug Pounder Jim Scott Leroy Allen, Doug Pounder Doug Pounder Ray Yeoman Rusty Booth Rusty Booth Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Three with 13 Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Dwight Butler Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry Rich Collins Rich Collins Tripp Blanton, Jamie Furr Mike Montei Tripp Blanton Tripp Blanton, Brad Stowell Hank Kraft Hank Kraft Hank Kraft Two with 24 each Donald Morillo Donald Morillo Tom Martin Tom Martin Tom Martin Kyle Bunn T.A. Fulmer Randy Corn Randy Corn Matt Hamer Shannon Sprouse Link Saunders

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Jim Scott, Al Imertreijs Doug Pounder Jim Scott Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Rusty Booth

12 13 15 13 15 13 18 12 17 11 14 13 17 12 17 15 14 23 24 17 20 28 17 27 26 24 24 35 32 37 35 38 31 31 35 39 26 27 30

Games Started

120 • Bulldog Baseball

9 9 9 11 10 8 10 9

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

Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Mike Pendleton Martin Rivera Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Alan Hurt Three with 10 Chris Bengel, David Mills Clifton Jones Matt Gore Matt Gore Jamie Furr Jamie Furr Billy Baker Ken Britt Ken Britt Steve Basch Brian Callahan Brian Callahan, Britt Reames Brian Callahan Brian Rogers Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Kyle Bunn, Ron Colvard Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Jonathan Ellis Jonathan Ellis Ryan Owens

10 9 10 10 11 11 11 12 10 10 13 11 13 15 12 15 14 13 11 16 14 14 14 17 17 15 16 15 15 18 16

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Al Imertreijs Jim Scott, Doug Pounder Leroy Allen, Jim Scott Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Martin Rivera, Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley

Complete Games

Matt Hamer

6 4 5 7 8 8 6 5 3 5 8 5 6 8 9 8

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Mike Cherry Chris Bengel Mike Montei Mike Montei Mike Montei Jamie Furr Matt Gore Ken Britt, Richard Shirer Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Brian Callahan, Britt Reames Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Rodney Hancock Rodney Hancock Ron Colvard Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Jonathan Ellis Jonathan Ellis Two With 1

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Al Imertreijs Jim Scott Jim Scott Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Rusty Booth Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Martin Rivera Frank Galloway Mike Pendleton Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry David Mills Chris Bengel Mike Montei Mike Montei Jamie Furr Matt Gore Billy Baker Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Britt Reames Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Rogers Brian Rogers Rodney Hancock Ron Colvard Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Jonathan Ellis Jonathan Ellis Ryan Owens

1967 1968 1969 1970

Jim Scott Jim Scott Leroy Allen Three With 5

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

Innings Pitched 62.0 73.0 65.1 98.0 84.0 67.1 74.0 70.0 76.1 73.0 85.0 72.0 98.2 76.2 93.2 82.2 87.2 75.1 86.2 82.1 99.1 85.2 71.0 109.0 90.1 79.1 72.1 104.1 98 72.0 95.1 119.0 110.0 92.1 113.1 89.2 82.2 136.1 94.0

Wins 4 5 7 5

Mike Pendleton 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Doug Pounder Ray Yeoman Steve Arrington Rusty Booth, Mark Mazzucco Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Mike Pendleton Frank Galloway Mike Pendleton, Jeff Barkley Three With 7 Jeff Barkley, Alan Hurt Mike Cherry Chris Bengel Mike Montei Mike Montei Mike Montei Tripp Blanton Brad Stowell Ken Britt Three With 7 Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Brian Callahan Brian Rogers Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Rogers, Brian Wiley Rodney Hancock Rodney Hancock Ron Colvard Randy Corn, Eric Talbert Matt Hamer Ken Egleton Jonathan Ellis Two With 6

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

Jim Scott, Al Imertreijs Doug Pounder Jim Scott Leroy Allen Steve Arrington Ray Yeoman Three with 1 each Rusty Booth Hank Welch Dennis Wyszynski Richard Wieters Mike Pendleton

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

Shutouts 2 3 2 2 3 2 1 2 2 1 3 4


Frank Galloway Mike Pendleton Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry David Mills David Mills, Clifton Jones Russell Arnold Mike Montei NONE Three With 1 Matt Gore Richard Shirer Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Donald Morillo Three with 1 Brian Rogers, Jay Reames Brian Wiley Rodney Hancock, Brian Rogers Rodney Hancock None Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Matt Hamer Jonathan Ellis None

4 2 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 5 2 3 1 1 1 2 2

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Hank Kraft Hank Kraft Hank Kraft Three with 3 Donald Morillo Donald Morillo Tom Martin Tom Martin Tom Martin Jay Morgan Jay Morgan Randy Corn Randy Corn Shannon Sprouse Shannon Sprouse Link Saunders

7 9 12 3 9 13 7 7 8 7 10 12 13 7 4 4

Jay Morgan

3 3 2 2

Gettys Glaze

Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry Mike Cherry Clifton Jones Mike Montei Mike Montei Mike Montei Jamie Furr Jamie Furr Billy Baker Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Britt Reames Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Brian Rogers, Brian Wiley Brian Wiley Kyle Bunn Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Ken Egleton Jonathan Ellis Ryan Owens

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Al Imertreijs Jim Scott Leroy Allen Leroy Allen BillArrington Weiters Steve Ray Yeoman Steve Arrington Mark Mazzucco Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Martin Rivera Mike Pendleton Martin Rivera Jeff Barkley Frank Wodoslawsky Chris Bengel Chris Bengel Chris Bengel, Matt Gore Jamie Furr Jamie Furr Jamie Furr Brad Stowell Brad Stowell Ken Britt Vic Correll Britt Reames Britt Reames Chris Sica Brian Wiley Brian Wiley Brian Wiley Eric Talbert Eric Talbert Britt Reames Raymond Jenkins Ken Egleton Jonathan Ellis, Ken Egleton Ryan Owens

57 88 106 132 41 57 43 56 70 51 72 74 104 59 135 123 71 95 159 150 74 96 96 73 131 73

Walks

Saves 1967 NOT AVAILABLE 1968 NOT AVAILABLE 1969 NOT AVAILABLE 1970 NOT AVAILABLE 1971 NOT AVAILABLE 1972 NOT AVAILABLE 1973 Mark Mazzucco 1974 Bill Wieters 1975 Hank Welch 1976 Garry Reichlmayr 1977 Garry Reichlmayr 1978 Three With 2 1979 Fred Jordan 1980 Three with 1 T.A. Fulmer 1981 Jeff Barkley 1982 Mike Cherry, Bill Sullivan 1983 Rich Collins 1984 Rich Collins 1985 Rich Collins 1986 Jamie Furr 1987 Mike Montei, Tripp Blanton 1988 Tripp Blanton 1989 Tripp Blanton

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

Bill Weiters 4 3 2 2 2 2 5 1 1 2 1 6 4 2 2 6 6

Strikeouts 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Al Imertreijs Doug Pounder Doug Pounder Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton

48 57 50 79 65 68 93 70 62 41 73 98 91

28 25 28 38 25 69 30 31 35 34 21 36 45 41 25 40 35 56 31 40 65 38 40 38 30 43 48 37 39 41 59 56 28 28 34 31 39 55

Earned Run Average (Min. 9 innings pitched) 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE Ed Bartis Doug Pounder Rusty Booth Steve Arrington Hank Welch Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Tom McElwee Frank Galloway Dwight Butler Alan Hurt Tony Ramsay David Mills Rich Collins Mike Montei Matt Barkley Mike Montei Brad Stowell Channing Proctor Bart Mays Kevin McGarvey Hank Kraft Donald Morillo Britt Reames Donald Morillo Tom Martin Tom Martin Tom Martin Rodney Hancock Eric Talbert Eric Talbert Randy Corn John Pollock Jonathan Ellis Link Saunders

1.96 1.28 0.95 0.96 1.69 2.58 1.60 1.69 1.46 1.00 1.50 1.85 1.80 1.13 1.70 3.74 1.93 3.99 4.67 1.75 1.86 1.74 1.64 1.60 2.16 1.60 3.36 3.25 2.62 3.11 2.76 2.06 1.37 1.42 2.18 3.15

YEAR BY YEAR LEADERS

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

Rodney Hancock

Jonathan Ellis 14-Time SoCon Champs • 121


Total Bases

Terrence Smalls

CAREER LEADERS

1. Philip Hartig (1998-01) 655 2. Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 417 3. Jon Aughey (2002-05) 406 4. Josh Stackley (2002-05) 400 5. Chip Cannon (2001-04) 399 6. Bo Betchman (1994-97) 388 7. Ryan Butler (1994-97) 374 8. Chris Ard (2002-05) 371 9. Jerry Simmons (1995-98) 369 10. Terrence Smalls (1995-98) 362

Jerry Simmons

Doubles

Billy Swails Games Played 1. Philip Hartig (1998-01) 2. Terrence Smalls (1995-98) 3. David Beckley (1993-96) Bo Betchman (1994-97) 5. Josh Stackley (2002-05) 6. Chris Ard (2002-05) Ryan Butler (1994-97) 8. Jermaine Shuler (1991-94) 9. Curt Beerman (1994-97) 10. Jon Aughey (2002-05)

239 238 236 236 232 230 230 226 225 224

At Bats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Philip Hartig (1998-01) Terrence Smalls (1995-98) Chris Ard (2002-05) Josh Stackley (2002-05) Jon Aughey (2002-05) David Beckley (1993-96) Bo Betchman (1994-97) 8. Ryan Butler (1994-97) 9. Curt Beerman (1994-97) 10. Tavy Smalls (1997-00)

983 918 891 882 877 875 875 797 771 761

Runs 1. Philip Hartig (1998-01) 229 2. Terrence Smalls (1995-98) 222 3. David Beckley (1993-96) 198 4. Bo Betchman (1994-97) 189 5. Jon Aughey (2002-05) 185 6. Anthony Jenkins (1989-92) 179 7. Stuart Jordan (1998-01) 168 8. Chris Ard (2002-05) 167 9. Dan McDonnell (1989-92) 165 10. Tavy Smalls (1997-00) 163

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Philip Hartig (1998-01) 360 Chris Ard (2002-05) 296 Terrence Smalls (1995-98) 295 Bo Betchman (1994-97) 291 Jon Aughey (2002-05) 266 Josh Stackley (2002-05) 257 David Beckley (1993-96) 257 8. Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 248 9. Lee Glaze (1983-86) 243 10. Tavy Smalls (1997-00) 237

122 • Bulldog Baseball

1. Philip Hartig (1998-01) 2. Bo Betchman (1994-97) 3. Jon Aughey (2002-05) 4. Curt Beerman (1994-97) 5. Stuart Jordan (1998-01) 6. Aaron Haigler (1996-99) 7. Ryan Butler (1994-97) 8. Josh Stackley (2002-05) 9. Tavy Smalls (1997-00) 10. Gettys Glaze (1989-92)

75 60 56 54 52 51 50 49 48 47

Triples 1. Philip Hartig (1998-01) Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 2. Billy Baker (1987-90) David Beckley (1993-96) 5. Josh Stackley (2002-05) Buddy Ward (1986-89) Bo Betchman (1994-97) 8. Vic Correll (1990-93) Curt Beerman (1994-97) Jerry Simmons (1995-98)

14 14 13 13 11 11 11 10 10 10

Home Runs 1. Philip Hartig (1998-01) 64 2. Chip Cannon (2001-04) 40 3. Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 3 2 4. Jerry Simmons (1995-98) 30 5. Garrick Haltiwanger (1994-96) 25 6. Josh Stackley (2002-05) 24 7. Ryan Butler (1994-97) 23 Chris Lemonis (1989-93) 23 9. Jon Aughey (2002-05) 22 10. Curt Beerman (1994-97) 21 Dallas McPherson (1999-01) 2 1

Runs Batted In 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Philip Hartig (1998-01) 290 Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 180 Jerry Simmons (1995-98) 177 Chip Cannon (2001-04) 169 Lee Glaze (1983-86) 163 Bo Betchman (1994-97) 162 Billy Baker (1987-90) 159 Stuart Jordan (1998-01) 157 Curt Beerman (1994-97) 156 Aaron Haigler (1996-99) 156 10.Chris Lemonis (1989-93) 152

Batting Average (Min. 100 AB) 1. Bill White (1980-82) 433 (127-293) 2. Philip Hartig (1998-2001) .365

(360-983) Mike Matulia (1980-83) .365 (155-425) 4. Randy Sullivan (1985-86) .353 (114-323) 5. Tim Jones (1982-85) .352 (185-526) 6. Anthony Jenkins (1987-90).350 (248-708) 7. Mike Knox (1980-82) .349 (167-479) 8. Lee Glaze (1983-86) .349 (243-697) 9. Buster Holland (1967-69) .345 (86-249) 10.Kip Hagwood (1978-81) .345 (121-351)

Slugging Percentage (Min. 100 AB) 1. Philip Hartig (1998-2001) .667 (655-983) 2. Bill White (1980-82) .658 (193-293) 3. Gary Reichlmayr (1975-78).594 (60-101) 4. Anthony Jenkins (1987-90).589 (417-708) 5. Chip Cannon (2001-04) .582 (399-685) 6. Jerry Simmons (1995-98) .548 (369-673) 7. Dallas McPherson (1999-01) .544 (306-562) 8. Chris Lemonis (1989-93) .538 (332-617) 9. Richard Wieters (1974-77) .529 (228-431) 10. Alan Hurt (1980-83) .524 (244-466)

Times Struck Out 1. 2. 3. 4.

Jason Randall (2000-02) Jon Aughey (2002-05) David Beckley (1993-96) Philip Hartig (1998-01) Stuart Jordan (1998-01) 6. Curt Beerman (1994-97) 7. Chip Cannon (2001-04)

214 195 193 158 158 157 146

8. Ryan Butler (1994-97) 9. Aaron Haigler (1996-99) 10. Will Coker (2002-05)

145 141 140

Times Walked 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dan McDonnell (1989-92) 185 Bo Betchman (1994-97) 174 Chip Cannon (2001-04) 156 Stuart Jordan (1998-01) 135 David Beckley (1993-96) 127 Billy Swails (1986-89) 127 7. Ken Vickery (1983-86) 126 8. Chris Morris (1998-00) 124 9. Anthony Jenkins (1987-90) 123 10.Terrance Smalls (1995-98) 119

Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chris Morris (1998-00) 147 Terrence Smalls (1995-98) 115 David Beckley (1993-96) 103 Dan McDonnell (1989-92) 9 9 Tim Jones (1982-85) 86 Mike Knox (1980-82) 86 7. Marty Blair (1980-83) 73 Bo Betchman (1994-97) 73 9. Michael Harris (1998-00) 72 10.John Stephens (1985-88) 66

Bo Betchman


Donald Morillo

7. Brian Rogers (1996-98)

42

8. Chris Sica (1994-97)

41

9. Mike Pendleton (1978-81) 3 9 38

Ken Egleton (2003-05)

38

Ken Egleton

CAREER LEADERS

10.Jeff Barkley (1979-82)

Complete Games 1. Jeff Barkley (1979-82)

23

2. Mike Pendleton (1978-81) 2 2 3. Doug Pounder (1968-71)

20

4. Steve Arrington (1970-73)

18

Mike Montei (1984-87)

18

6. Richard Wieters (1974-77) 1 5 7. Jim Scott (1967-69)

14

Ken Britt (1989-92)

14 5. Ed Bartis (1970)

Innings Pitched Games

1. Brian Wiley (1996-99)

316.1

1. Tom Martin (1995-98)

112

2. Mike Montei (1984-87)

315.0

2. Matt Hamer (1999-03)

108

3. Ken Britt (1989-92)

294.2 293.2

3. Donald Morillo (1992-95)

98

4. Billy Baker (1987-90)

4. Jon Hinkle (1992-95)

89

5. Mike Pendleton (1978-81)292.1

5. Hank Kraft (1989-92)

87

6. T.A. Fulmer (1999-02)

290.2

6. Shannon Sprouse (2002-05) 8 1

7. Jeff Barkley (1979-82)

280.2

7. T.A. Fulmer (1999-02)

80

8. Brian Rogers (1996-98)

276.1

8. Tripp Blanton (1986-89)

78

9. Steve Basch (1990-93)

272.0

9. Kyle Bunn (1997-00)

75

10. Eric Talbert (2000-02)

260.0

10.John Price (1993-96)

72

Games Started

1. Mike Montei (1984-87)

30

1. Brian Callahan (1993-96)

53

2. Mike Pendleton (1978-81) 2 9

Brian Wiley (1996-99)

53

3. Brian Wiley (1996-99)

26

3. Billy Baker (1989-92)

46

4. Ken Britt (1989-92)

25

Ken Britt (1989-92) 5. Matt Gore (1986-89) 6. Steve Basch (1990-93)

Brian Rogers

46

Brian Callahan (1993-96)

25

45

6. Jeff Barkley (1979-82)

24

43

Steve Basch (1990-93)

24

8. Mike Cherry (1981-83)

23

9. Doug Pounder (1968-71)

22

Alan Hurt (1980-83)

22

Brad Stowell (1988-91)

22

Rodney Hancock (1997-99) 2 2

Earned RunAverage (Min. 50 IP) 1. Ray Yeoman (1971-72)

(10 ER in 51 IP) 6. Doug Pounder (1968-71) 1.99 (57 ER in 257.2 IP)

Shutouts 1. Donald Morillo (1992-95) Mike Pendleton (1978-81) 3. Steve Basch (1990-93)

Saves 1. Hank Kraft (1989-92)

29

2. Donald Morillo (1992-95)

26

3. Randy Corn (2000-02)

25

4. Tom Martin (1995-98)

22

5. Jay Morgan (1997-00)

17

9

6. Tripp Blanton (1986-89)

14

7

7. Gettys Glaze (1989-92)

12

6

Shannon Sprouse (2002-05) 1 2

Frank Galloway (1976-79)

6

9. Rich Collins (1982-85)

11

Doug Pounder (1968-71)

6

10. Jon Hinkle (1992-95)

9

6. Jon Hinkle (1992-95) Jeff Barkley (1979-82)

Wins

1.96

5 5

Strikeouts

Gettys Glaze (1989-92)

5

1. Brian Wiley (1996-99)

431

Martin Rivera (1977-80)

5

2. Brian Rogers (1996-98)

322

5

3. Mike Pendleton (1978-81) 298

Richard Wieters (1974-77)

5

4. Britt Reames (1993-95)

David Mills (1981-84)

5

5. T.A. Fulmer (1999-02)

264

Eric Talbert(2000-02)

5

6. Mike Cherry (1981-83)

257

Jim Scott (1967-69)

296

7. Rodney Hancock (1997-99)256 8. Brian Callahan (1993-96) 242 9. Jeff Barkley (1979-82) 10. Ken Britt (1989-92)

Randy Corn

237 230

Walks 1. Brian Wiley (1996-99)

194

2. Jamie Furr (1986-89)

163

3. Chris Bengel (1984-87)

153

4. Mike Pendleton (1978-81) 140 1.37

(16 ER in 105.1 IP)

5. Brad Stowell (1988-91)

137

6. Brian Callahan (1993-96) 131

2. Steve Arrington (1970-73) 1.72

7. Ken Egleton (2003-05)

122

(37 ER in 194 IP)

8. Martin Rivera (1977-80)

118

9. Ken Britt (1989-92)

101

3. Randy Corn (1999-02)

1.77

(27 ER in 137.2) 4. Jim Scott (1967-69)

1.94

Britt Reames (1993-95)

101

Brian Rogers (1996-98)

101

(43 ER in 199.1 IP)

14-Time SoCon Champs • 123


BULLDOG ACCOLADES

All-Southern Conference

Dick Jones, 1B ................................... 1960 Dick Almes, P .................................... 1960 Tom Clary, OF .................................... 1960 Howard Mikytuck, 3B ....................... 1960 Bill Whaley, 3B .................................. 1961 Tom Porter, OF .................................. 1965 Jerry Blackwell, 1B ............................ 1968 Choppy Morris, 2B ........................... 1968 Mike Ross, SS ................................... 1968 Ray Yeoman, P .................................. 1972 Paul Plunkett, C ................................. 1972 Ron Sanders, 1B ................................ 1972 Hank Welch, P ................................... 1975 Gene Dotson, OF .............................. 1975 Paul Martin, OF ................................. 1975 Billy Weiters, DH .............................. 1975 Richard Weiters, P ............................. 1976 Richard Weiters, P ............................. 1977 Mike Pendleton, P ............................. 1978 Martin Rivera, P ................................ 1978 Frank Galloway, P .............................. 1979 Mike Pendleton, P ............................. 1979 Mike Pendleton, P ............................. 1980 Mel Williamson, C ............................. 1980 Jeff Barkley, P .................................... 1981 Mike Knox, SS ................................... 1981 Jeff Barkley, P .................................... 1982 Mike Knox, SS ................................... 1982 Mike Cherry, P ................................... 1983 Alan Hurt, DH ................................... 1983 Lee Glaze, OF .................................... 1984 Mike Montei, P ................................. 1985 Tim Jones, SS .................................... 1985 Mike Montei, P ................................. 1986 Rick Hardwick, 1B ............................. 1986 Lee Glaze, OF .................................... 1986 Billy Swails, 2B .................................. 1987 Kevin Vickery, C ................................ 1988 Billy Swails, 2B .................................. 1988 Billy Baker, DH .................................. 1988 Matt Gore, P ...................................... 1989 Billy Swails, 2B .................................. 1989 Gettys Glaze, DH ............................... 1989 Ken Britt, P ........................................ 1990 Anthony Jenkins, OF ........................ 1990 Billy Baker, DH .................................. 1990 Dan McDonnell, 2B ........................... 1991 Phillip Tobin, SS ................................ 1991 Gettys Glaze, DH ............................... 1991 Gettys Glaze, P .................................. 1992 Vic Correll, OF ................................... 1992 Chris Lemonis, 1B .......................... 1993 Britt Reames, P .................................. 1995 Garrick Haltiwanger, OF ..................... 1995 Bo Betchman, 3B ............................... 1996 Garrick Haltiwanger, OF ..................... 1996 Brian Rogers, P ................................. 1997 Terrence Smalls, SS ........................... 1997 Bo Betchman, 2B ............................... 1997 Jerry Simmons, OF ............................ 1997 Tom Martin, P .................................... 1998 Philip Hartig, 1B ................................ 1998 Brian Wiley, P .................................... 1999 Jay Morgan, RP ................................. 1999 Philip Hartig, 1B ................................ 1999 Philip Hartig, 1B ................................ 2000 Chris Morris, CF ................................ 2000 Dallas McPherson, UT ...................... 2000 Ron Colvard, P .................................. 2000 Tavy Smalls, 2B ................................. 2000 Dallas McPherson, 3B ....................... 2001 Philip Hartig, 1B ................................ 2001 Eric Talbert, LHP ............................... 2001

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Randy Corn, Closer ........................... 2001 Randy Corn, Closer ........................... 2002 Matt Hamer, RP ................................. 2002 Chris Ard, 3B ..................................... 2003 Chip Cannon, 1B ............................... 2003 Brook Dantzler, OF ............................ 2003 Matt Hamer, P .................................... 2003 Chip Cannon, 1B ............................... 2004 Jonathan Ellis, P ................................ 2004 Josh Stackley, OF .............................. 2004

All-Southern Conference Tournament

Richard Shirer, P ................................ 1990 Gettys Glaze, C .................................. 1990 Billy Baker, OF ................................... 1990 Gettys Glaze, DH ............................... 1992 Chris Lemonis, 1B ............................. 1993 Dale Sistare, OF ................................. 1993 Britt Reames, P .................................. 1994 Jermaine Shuler, SS ........................... 1994 Bo Betchman, 3B ............................... 1994 Garrick Haltiwanger, OF ..................... 1994 Donald Morillo, DH ........................... 1994 Britt Reames, P .................................. 1995 David Beckley, 2B ........................... 1995 Dale Sistare, OF ................................. 1995 Garrick Haltiwanger, OF ..................... 1995 Terrence Smalls, SS ........................... 1996 Bo Betchman, 3B ............................... 1996 Ryan Butler, 1B .................................. 1997 Rodney Hancock, OF ........................ 1997 Jay Morgan, C ................................... 1998 Brian Rogers, P ................................. 1998 Philip Hartig, 1B ................................ 1998 Terrence Smalls, SS ........................... 1998 Aaron Haigler, 3B .............................. 1998 Kevin Durham, OF ............................ 1998 Rodney Hancock, P ........................... 1999 Philip Hartig, 1B ................................ 1999 Tavy Smalls, 2B ................................. 1999 Michael Harris, SS ............................. 1999 Brook Dantzler,OF ............................. 2001 Dallas McPherson, 3B ....................... 2001 Randy Corn, Closer ........................... 2001 Chris Ard, 3B ..................................... 2004 Jon Aughey, 2B ................................. 2004 Chip Cannon, 1B ............................... 2004 Matt Covington, OF ......................... 2004 Mark Egleton, DH ........................... 2004 Jonathan Ellis, P ................................ 2004 Andy Phillips, OF .............................. 2004 Matt Matulia, SS ....................................2005

Jonathan Ellis

Southern Conference Pitcher-of-the-Year

Ken Britt ............................................ 1990 Gettys Glaze ...................................... 1992 Brian Wiley ....................................... 1999 Eric Talbert ........................................ 2001 Randy Corn ....................................... 2002 Jonathan Ellis .................................... 2004

Southern Conference Player of the Year

Richard Wieters ................................. 1976 Richard Wieters ................................. 1977 Bill White .......................................... 1982 Mike Cherry ...................................... 1983 Philip Hartig ...................................... 2001

Southern Conference Coach of the Year

Chal Port ........................................... 1975 Chal Port ........................................... 1979 Chal Port ........................................... 1982 Chal Port ........................................... 1983 Chal Port ........................................... 1990 Chal Port ........................................... 1991 Fred Jordan ..................................... 1995 Fred Jordan ..................................... 1999 Fred Jordan ..................................... 2002

Southern Conference Freshman of the Year

Gettys Glaze ...................................... 1990 Rodney Hancock .............................. 1997 Philip Hartig ...................................... 1998 Trent Weathers ............................... 2003

Southern Conference Tournament MVP

Billy Baker ......................................... 1990 Jermaine Shuler ................................. 1994 Donald Morillo .................................. 1995 Brian Rogers ..................................... 1998 Rodney Hancock .............................. 1999 Randy Corn ....................................... 2001 Jonathan Ellis .................................... 2004

Final National Rankings (Collegiate Baseball)

1960 ................................................... 17th 1975 ................................................... 28th 1982 ................................................... 23rd 1983 .................................................... 21st 1990 ..................................................... 6th



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