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Table of Contents ...........................................3 Quick Facts ..................................................4 SEASON OUTLOOK .........................................5 Grand Slam Banquet ......................................10 MEET THE 2010 RED WOLVES..........................11 2010 Roster.................................................12 2010 Red Wolves Biographies ............................13 COACHES AND STAFF ....................................29 Head Coach Tommy Raffo ................................30 Assistant Coaches .........................................32 Support Staff ...............................................34 2009 YEAR IN REVIEW ...................................35 2009 Statistics .............................................37 2009 Results ................................................38 RED WOLVES RECORD BOOK ...........................39 Honors & Awards...........................................40 Individual Records.........................................41 Team Records ..............................................43 Coaching Records..........................................46 All-Time Versus ............................................47 Letter Winners .............................................48 Season-By-Season Results ................................51 All-Time Conference Standings..........................61 TOMLINSON STADIUM & KELL FIELD...................53 2010 OPPONENTS ........................................57 The Sun Belt Conference.................................72 2010 SBC Championship and Pre-Season Honors......74 ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY..........................75 Welcome to ASU ...........................................76 Student Life at ASU .......................................84 Athletics at ASU ...........................................86 Athletic Facilities .........................................88 ASU Administration .......................................90 ASU Chancellor Dr. Robert Potts ........................91 ASU Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee ................92 Athletic Staff...............................................93 ASU Recent Accomplishments ...........................96 JONESBORO..............................................100 MEDIA INFORMATION ...................................102

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Junior Andy Ferguson is expected to be the Friday night starter for the Red Wolves this season.

2010 ASU Baseball Media Guide The 2010 Arkansas State Baseball media guide has been compiled for use by the media, prospective students and fans. It is a publication of the ASU Sports Information office.

Photography Hannah Dolle, Nelson Chenault, Richard Bishop (Bishop Photography), Jonesboro Sun, Tom Moore, Van Provence, Stephanie Fischer, Sun Belt Conference, Ernie Rice, Browne & Co. Sports Portraits, Katey Buckley.

Cover Design ASU Creative Services Department.

Printing Arkansas State University Press.

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Arkansas State University 2010 Baseball Quick Facts

Program History First Season of Baseball ...................... 1948 All-Time Record ...... 1048-1349-1 (61 Seasons) All-Time SBC Record .... 194-284-1 (17 Seasons) SBC Regular Season Championships ........ None SBC Tournament Championships ........ 1 (1994) NCAA D1 Tournament Appearances .... 1 (1994) Last Post-Season Opponent ................. Texas Result ............ L, 9-4, NCAA Central Regional NCAA Playoff Appearances ............... 2 (1968)

General Information Institution ............. Arkansas State University Location ........................... Jonesboro, Ark. Population .................................... 60,489 President ............................ Dr. Les Wyatt Chancellor ........................ Dr. Robert Potts Director of Athletics ................ Dr. Dean Lee SWA.................................... Julie Lessiter Faculty Athletics Rep. ............. Nonie Wiggins Founded ........................................ 1909 Enrollment ................................... 12,185 Nickname ............................... Red Wolves Spirit Character ............................... Howl Colors .............................. Scarlet & Black Home Facility ....... Tomlinson Stadium (1,200) Conference ................................. Sun Belt Affiliation...........................NCAA Division I Athletic Dept. Phone ............... 870-972-3880 Ticket Office Phone ................. 870-972-2781 Athletics Web Site ....... AStateRedWolves.com

Top Returnees Todd Baumgartner ..............OF, 6-1, 180, Jr. Murray Watts .................. UTIL, 6-7, 250, Jr. Jordan Kimball .................... IF, 6-0, 175, Sr. Josh DeMoney .................. OF, 5-10, 190, Sr. Giovanni Garcia ................... IF, 5-9, 170, Sr. Andy Ferguson ................. RHP, 6-1, 190, Jr. Jacob Lee ...................... RHP, 6-1, 190, So. Top Newcomers Andres Caceres ................ LHP, 6-3, 195, Jr. Ryan Emery .................. IF/OF, 5-11, 185 Fr. Michael Faulkner .............. OF, 5-10, 155, Fr. Ross Humes .................... LHP, 5-11, 171, Sr. Tyler Smith ........................ C, 6-0, 190, Jr. Logan Uxa ....................... OF, 6-3, 200, Fr.

Team Information 2009 Record ................................... 23-30 Sun Belt Record .............................. 12-18 Sun Belt Finish .................................... 9th Starters Returning/Lost ........................ 5/3 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost ............. 2/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost .................. 12/13 Pitchers Returning/Lost ...................... 11/5 Newcomers ........................................ 21 Press Box Phone ..................... 870-972-3383

Sports Information Sports Information Director ......... Jerry Scott Baseball Contact ................... Van Provence Provence Office .................... 870-972-2707 Provence Cell ....................... 870-897-5010 Provence e-mail ......... vprovence@astate.edu Assistant ........................ Anthony Reynolds Graduate Assistant ................. Katey Buckley Sports Information Phone ......... 870-972-2541 Sports Information Fax ............ 870-972-3367 Mailing Address ....................... PO Box 1000 ........................ State University, AR 72467 Overnight Address ............... 217 Olympic Dr. ............................... Jonesboro, AR 72401

Coaching Staff Head Coach .......................... Tommy Raffo Alma Mater ................ Mississippi State, 1990 Record at ASU (Years) ................... 23-30 (1) Career Record (Years) ....................... Same Assistant Coaches (Years) ......... Chris Cook (4) .................................. Justin Meccage (3) Baseball Office Phone .............. 870-972-2700

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As the 2010 season approaches, big things appear to be in store for second-year head coach Tommy Raffo and the Arkansas State baseball team. Experienced veterans, 31 home games and a talented group of newcomers are all factors that should pave the way to success for the Red Wolves this season. Experience returns all over the field as five position players and two weekend starters on the mound return from the 2009 team that missed the Sun Belt Conference tournament by just onehalf game. Leading the way for ASU’s returning position players are juniors Murray

Junior Drew Benes will Watts and Todd Baumgartner. provide depth out of the Watts, a second-team All-Sun bullpen. Belt Conference selection a year ago as a utility player, is expected to see significant playing time at first base. He hit .305 on the year in 2009, raising his batting average over 50 points from his freshman season. He led the Red Wolves with 44 RBIs, 16 doubles and 10 home runs, was the team leader with a slugging percentage of .572 and was the Sun Belt Conference leader with 44 walks. Baumgartner led Arkansas State with a batting average of .350 a year ago, raising his aver- ered a team-high 84 hits to age over 100 points over his rank 10th in the Sun Belt freshman season. He deliv- while striking out just 24 times in 240 at-bats. He posted a team-high 26 multiSenior Jordan Kimball will ple-hit games, including 10 again bring experience to the shortstop position in 2010. games with three or more hits and notched multiple RBIs in 10 games, including one fiveRBI game and two four-RBI outings. Seniors Josh DeMoney (.292, 27 starts) and Cody Pace (.282, 32 starts) return as experienced outfielders, while seniors Jordan Kimball and Giovanni Garcia return at the middle infield positions. Kimball started all 53 games at shortstop a year ago, while Garcia drew 43 starts. The Red Wolves must replace departed seniors Guy Brown and Brandon Eller at the corner positions. Brown started 194 consecutive games at third base, while Eller started in 134 consecutive games. Senior Kyle De-

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the Red Wolves’ top reliever in 2010. Benes appeared in 11 games a year ago, starting 10 and finishing 4-4 on the season. Sophomore Cody Powell will also bring experiSenior Kyle ence to the mound in 2010 DeGrace is a after making nine appearreturning starter ances during the 2009 season. behind the The Red Wolves must replace plate. departed seniors Ware, Bullington, Jett Jones and Nick Lambert on the hill. Ware was an All-SBC performer who finished 5-2 a year ago, Bullington led the team with a 3.95 ERA, Jones made 18 appearances with Grace split time with de- seven starts and Lambert finparted senior Lawson Hipps ished his career as the Sun behind the plate in 2009, Belt Conference appearance starting in 24 games and playing in five other contests. On the mound, Arkansas State returns weekend starters Andy Ferguson and Jacob Lee. Ferguson appeared in 18 games, starting six last year as a sophomore and earning Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week accolades in early May for his performance on the mound against SBC rival Florida Atlantic. Ferguson (4.65 ERA) was third on the team behind departed seniors Chase Ware and Chris Bullington in both innings pitched (50.1) and strikeouts (49). Lee (5.32 ERA) was just behind Ferguson with 42 strikeouts in 47.1 innings of work. He made 13 appearances on the season, drawing nine starts. Junior Drew Benes is expected to be 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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leader with 101 trips to the mound. Watts, Baumgartner and Ferguson were selected by the team to serve as co-captains for the 2010 season. Although the Red Wolves return a wealth of experience across the field, very few starting positions are locked up after Raffo and his staff stocked the roster in the offseason with 21 newcomers. “I think this season brings a lot of excitement because the fact that we have a lot of new players involved with this program,” said Raffo. “Twenty-one of the 33 young men on this roster are new or first time players here at ASU,

Junior Andy Ferguson started six games on the mound a year ago for ASU.

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Senior transfer Ross Humes is expected to make an immediate impact on the mound.

so that tends to add a little bit of excitement. The 12 returning players obviously are a great core group returning. I think when you combine both that adds to a lot for us looking forward to the future of ASU baseball.” Freshman outfielders Michael Faulkner and Logan Uxa are expected to push for early playing time, as are freshman infielder Ryan Emery and junior catcher Tyler Smith. Faulkner was a 21st round pick for the Oakland A’s in last year’s MLB draft, while Uxa hit .508 as a senior at LaDue High School in St. Louis. Emery was a twotime All-State performer at David Lipscomb High School in Franklin, Tenn. who earned District MVP honors his senior year, and Smith hit .415 a year ago at Three Rivers Community College. On the mound, junior transfers Brad Allen, Andres Caceres and

Sam Jew are expected to vie for early playing time as will senior transfer Ross Humes. Allen led Elgin (Ill.) Community College with 64 strikeouts in 62 innings, Caceres registered 80 strikeouts with a 3.00 ERA at Connors State and Jew earned first-team All-Pacific Coast Conference honors at Palomar (Calif.) Community College after finishing the season at 10-1 with a league-best 1.94 ERA. Humes recorded 19 saves during his three-year career at Washington State, setting a single-season record with 12 saves his sophomore year. Thirty one home games, including 15 Sun Belt Conference matchups and a home clash with perennial national power Ole Miss highlight the schedule for the 2010 Arkansas State baseball season, which gets underway Feb. 19 when the Red Wolves host Southern Illinois in a

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three-game series at Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field. Three of the top four teams in last year's Sun Belt Conference regular season standings will visit Tomlinson Stadium, including defending regular season co-champions Middle Tennessee State and Western Kentucky. Florida International, which finished fourth in the regular season a year ago, and sixth-place South Alabama will also travel to Jonesboro. The Red Wolves will close out the regular season by hosting instate and conference rival Arkansas-Little Rock. Regional rivals Memphis, Southeast Missouri State, Murray State and UT Martin will all visit Jonesboro during the regular season as well, and the 2010 schedule marks Senior Giovanni Garcia will bring a year’s worth of starting experience to the second base position.

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the first time since the 2004 season that ASU's schedule consists entirely of Division I opponents. “It’s a very good schedule,” added Raffo. “All 56 games are Division I baseball games, and we have 31 home games. We have Ole Miss and Memphis at home, which are two very good teams that I think our fans would like to see. At home, we have pretty good Sun Belt teams coming to us this year as well. What we think are the top three teams of the Sun Belt will travel to Jonesboro--Western Kentucky, Middle Tennessee and FIU. They should be some great battles for us.” Arkansas State will play 11 of its first 12 games at home, hosting SIU, Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Portland in the season's first three weekends. The Red Wolves open SBC play March 12-14 at Louisiana-Lafayette before returning to Jonesboro to face MTSU in the March 19-21 SBC home opener. The 2010 schedule will also feature the first nationally televised game from Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field when the Red Wolves host Florida International May 8. In addition to the excitement surrounding the upcoming season, the Red Wolves’ home field is getting a makeover to include a new student section on the right field fence line beneath the

scoreboard at Tomlinson Stadium. The right field wall has been chain linked so that ASU students can enjoy watching the Red Wolves in a whole new way. “We have been talking to the Student Government Association and with the SGA President Ryan Beaird,” Raffo explained. “They were gracious enough to look at the idea and wanted to be totally involved from a student’s standpoint, which I embrace. I think it is great for the program to have that involvement, so they have really taken a forefront in the leadership role in that student area. When you go to the right field fence, you will see four sections that will be

chain linked off for students to come watch a ballgame but also at the same time enjoy a social atmosphere.” Raffo added, “I think you are going to see effort and that’s the biggest thing this year, day in and day out. We can’t dictate the outcomes of ever ballgame, but I know the effort will be there, as far as what they are giving on the field. The neat thing about this game is that you do fail and learn to overcome adversity as quick as possible in baseball. We want to allow our fans to watch quality baseball in the Sun Belt Conference, which is ranked seventh in the country. That’s what we’re looking for this year.”

Sophomore Jacob Lee became a weekend starter midway through the 2009 season.

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ASU HOME RUN CLUB GRAND SLAM BANQUET

Andy Benes signs an autograph for a fan before speaking at the 2007 banquet.

Tommy Lasorda was the featured speaker at the 2004 Grand Slam Banquet

Each year, the ASU Home Run Club hosts its Grand Slam Banquet, which features prominent speakers and is one of the premiere events hosted by ASU Baseball. The 2010 banquet featured guest speaker Jim Morris. The former MLB player and subject of Disney’s inspirational movie “The Rookie” spoke and signed autographs for more than 500 in attendance at the ASU Convocation Center.

Brooks Robinson entertained ASU baseball fans at the 2005 Grand Slam Banquet

The 2003 Grand Slam Banquet featured Whitey Herzog as the guest speaker. Seven-time MLB All-Star Will Clark with ASU Head Coach Tommy Raffo at the 2009 banquet.

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2010 ASU BASEBALL ROSTER

2010 Arkansas State University Baseball Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 40

NAME JORDAN KIMBALL RYAN EMERY DANNY RIEMENSCHNEIDER COLIN FULLER ZACH MAGGIO THOMAS LUNDBORG KYLE DEGRACE TODD BAUMGARTNER CODY POWELL MICHAEL FAULKNER WES DAGESTAD SAM JEW JORDAN CASTALDO DREW BENES BRANDON MILHOUSE CODY PACE MURRAY WATTS JOHN KOCH JOSH DEMONEY ANDRES CACERES BRAD ALLEN PHILLIP MALATESTA TAYLOR CLEMENTS SCOTTY JAMESON MIKE ZIMMERMANN GIOVANNI GARCIA LOGAN UXA ROSS HUMES ANDY FERGUSON MICHAEL GEORGE DANIEL WRIGHT JACOB LEE TYLER SMITH

YR POS HT SR INF 6-0 FR INF/OF 5-11 JR INF 5-10 JR RHP 6-0 FR INF 5-11 FR C 6-2 SR UTL 5-11 JR OF 6-1 SO RHP 6-1 FR OF 5-10 JR LHP 6-4 JR RHP 6-0 JR INF 6-1 JR RHP 6-3 FR 1B 6-3 SR OF 6-1 JR 1B 6-7 FR RHP 6-1 SR OF 5-10 JR LHP 6-3 JR RHP 6-4 FR RHP 6-2 JR INF 5-10 FR RHP 6-0 JR RHP 6-3 SR INF 5-9 FR OF 6-3 SR LHP 5-11 JR RHP 6-1 SO 3B/1B 6-0 FR RHP 6-2 SO RHP 6-1 JR C/3B 6-0

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Tommy Raffo – Head Coach Chris Cook – Assistant Coach Justin Meccage – Assistant Coach Jon Allen Garner – Student Manager Blake Irvin – Student Manager

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

HOMETOWN, ST (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) New Madrid, MO (Central HS) Franklin, TN (David Lipscomb HS) Bryant, AR (Bryant HS) Cabot, AR (UA-Fort Smith) Edwardsville, IL (Edwardsville HS) Brentwood, TN (Brentwood Academy) Toronto, ONT (Connors State CC, OK) Edwardsville, IL (Edwardsville HS) Jonesboro, AR (Jonesboro HS) Memphis, TN (Germantown HS) St. Louis, MO (Stl. Forest Park CC, MO) Gooseberry Hill, Australia (Palomar CC, CA) Toronto, Canada (Connors State CC, OK) St. Louis, MO (Westminster Christian HS) Collierville, TN (Collierville HS) Jonesboro, AR (Jonesboro HS) Jonesboro, AR (U Arkansas) Fort Smith, AR (Fort Smith Southside HS) Madison, MS (Meridian CC, MS) Queens, NY (Connors State CC, OK) Geneva, IL (Elgin CC, IL) Oxford, MS (Oxford HS) Chico, CA (Butte CC, CA) Lovell, WY (Lovell HS) St. Louis, MO (Stl. Forest Park CC, MO) San Luis, AZ (AZ Western CC) St. Louis, MO (LaDue HS) Federal Way, WA (Washington State U.) Benton, AR (Benton HS) Luxora, AR (Dyersburg State CC, TN) Bartlett, TN (Bartlett HS) Jonesboro, AR (Jonesboro HS) Paragould, AR (Three Rivers CC, MO)

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Jordan Kimball 6’0” 175 S/R SS Sr.

New Madrid, Missouri Central High School

2009: Started all 53 games at shortstop during the 2009 season…hit .268 on the year, an improvement of almost 150 points over his sophomore season…finished the season with 45 hits, including six doubles and one triple…had 11 multiple hit games and three multiple RBI games…was second on squad with 32 walks…scored 30 runs… 2008: Appeared in 21 games for ASU in 2008, including 20 appearances on the mound…earned the win on the mound in ASU’s 7-5 victory over #2 Ole Miss March 5…posted an overall record of 2-3 on the year with an ERA of 5.82…struck out 36 batters in 34 innings of work in 2008 while giving up 26 runs on 37 hits with 11 walks…earned one save…had a season-high five strikeouts in 5.2 innings of work Apr. 1 against Tennessee-Martin…as a batter, scored two runs on three hits during the season…drove in two runs…notched one double... 2007: Played in 45 games for the Red Wolves, starting in 39…hit .222 with four doubles and a triple…was five-ofseven on stolen base attempts...posted multiple-RBI games on three occasions, all against SBC competition...had a season-high three hits against South Alabama Mar. 18...notched a season-high two stolen bases April. 13 at Western Kentucky… High School: Hit .440 as a senior and .460 as a junior...had five doubles and four triples his senior season, driving in 23 runs while scoring 20...went 4-1 on the mound with an ERA of 1.6...struck out 25 batters in 53 innings pitched...recorded a 1.4 ERA his junior season, striking out 30 batters in 64 innings, while posting a 5-1 record...Earned 1st Team All-Conference, MVP, and Defensive Player of the Year awards following his senior season... Personal: Majoring in Physical Education…also played football and basketball in high school…Is the son of Jimmy and Robin Kimball.

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Ryan Emery

5’11” 185 L/R INF/OF Fr. Franklin, Tennessee David Lipscomb High School High School: Earned All-District, All-Midstate and TWSA AllState honors at David Lipscomb High School...batted .454 his junior season with 54 hits and two home runs… Personal: Majoring in Business Administration…played travel ball for the Brentwood Bulldogs under head coach Chandler Gannick…son of Lori and Wayne Emery…enjoys fishing.

KIMBALL’S CAREER STATISTICS ERA W-L AP GS CG SV 2008 5.82 2-3 20 4 0 1 Totals 5.82 2-3 20 4 0 1 AVG GP-GS AB R 2007 .222 45-39 144 16 2008 .120 14-8 25 2 2009 .268 53-53 168 30 Totals .237 112-100337 48

H 32 3 45 80

2B 4 1 6 11

IP H R ER BB 34.0 37 26 22 11 34.0 37 26 22 11 3B 1 0 1 2

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 11 2 16 29

TB 38 4 53 95

SLG% .264 .160 .315 .282

SO BF AVG WP HB 36 156 .262 6 4 36 156 .262 6 4 BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 15 1 51 .300 5-7 3 0 7 .214 0-0 32 5 36 .396 2-4 50 6 94 .344 7-11

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Danny Riemenschneider

5’10” 175 R/R INF Jr. Bryant, Arkansas Bryant High School

2009: Saw action in 27 games as s sophomore, starting at second base on 10 occassions…hit .220 on the year with 11 hits…had three doubles…drove in six runs and scored six runs…had a career-best three hits on the road at Southeast Missouri April 22…also made one appearance on the mound for the Red Wolves in 2009… 2008: Played in 13 games for ASU as a redshirt freshman and started in seven, including the final five games of the season…hit .423 with an on-base percentage of .500 and a slugging percentage of .423…had 11 hits in 26 atbats…scored two runs and drove in four more…had one double…made three appearances on the mound, giving up eight runs on eight hits with three strikeouts in 3.2 innings of work ... 2007: Redshirted in 2007…High School: Played shortstop his senior year and batted .438... Was All-Conference and All-County his senior year...was 2-2 on the mound with an ERA of 1.81... Played second base and batted .385 before his senior season... Personal: Major is Business Economics...Enjoys playing NCAA baseball on X-BOX... Nickname is Remy...Son of Sharon and Jerry Riemenschneider. RIEMENSCHNEIDER’S CAREER STATISTICS ERA 2008 19.64 2009 27.00 Totals 21.21

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0

AP 3 1 4

GS 0 0 0

CG SV 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2008 .423 13-7 26 2 11 2009 .220 26-10 50 6 11 Totals .289 39-17 76 8 22

2B 1 3 4

IP 3.2 1.0 4.2 3B 0 0 0

H 8 3 11

R ER BB 8 8 5 3 3 2 11 11 7

HR RBI TB 0 4 12 0 6 14 0 10 26

SLG% .462 .280 .342

SO BF AVG WP HB 3 24 .471 0 1 1 8 .600 0 0 4 32 .500 0 1 BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 0 4 2 .500 0-0 6 4 13 .344 0-1 6 8 15 .396 0-1

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Colin Fuller

6’0” 225 R/R RHP Jr. Cabot, Arkansas UA-Fort Smith

Junior College: Finished the 2009 season with a 7-3 record while pitching at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith…earned first-team All-Region honors…struck out 77 batters in 75.2 innings of work while issuing just 26 walks…finished with an ERA of 5.95 after giving up 50 earned runs on 92 hits… High School: Four-year lettermen at Cabot High School, leading the Panthers to three State Tournament appearances…earned All-State and All-Conference honors his junior and senior seasons…also played football, earning All-State honors as a senior… Personal: Son of Paul and Rene’ Fuller…majoring in Education…enjoys hunting and fishing.

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Zach Maggio

Kyle DeGrace

5’11” 165 R/R INF Fr.

5’11” 205 R/R C Sr.

Edwardsville, Illinois Edwardsville High School

Toronto, Ontario Connors State Community College

High School: Named first-team All-Southwest Conference following his senior season at Edwardsville High School…earned the Alton-Telegraph All-Area first-team shortstop honors, was named to the 2009 St. Louis Post-Dispatch honorable mention team and was selected to play in the MEDCA All-Star game…hit .453 his senior year with 17 doubles, two triples and two home runs…coached by Tim Funkhouser and teammate of ASU junior outfielder Todd Baumgartner…named to the EHS honor roll… Personal: Son of Lawrence and Chris Maggio…enjoys playing golf.

Zach Maggio

2009: Saw action in 29 games after transferring to ASU from Connors State…drew 24 starts on the season…hit .229 on the year with 16 hits…drove in eight runs…had one home run and one double…scored eight runs on the season…made four appearances on the mound…worked a full inning on two separate occasions without giving up a hit…recorded two strikeouts…worked a total of three innings, and did not give up a hit in two and two-thirds of the innings he pitched… Junior College: Helped Connors State advance to the NJCAA World Series ... Hit .406 in 2008 with 16 home runs, 16 stolen bases and 52 RBI’s ... Named first team All-Region 2 and first team All-South Central District as an outfielder ... Personal: Played in the Ontario Blue Jays organization under head coach Dan Bleiwas ... Born March 2, 1986 ... Grandson of Ray DeGrace. DeGRACE’S CAREER STATISTICS ERA W-L AP GS CG SV 2009 6.00 0-0 4 0 0 0 Totals 6.00 0-0 4 0 0 0

IP H 3.0 2 3.0 2

R 2 2

ER BB 2 1 2 1

SO BF AVG WP HB 2 13 .167 0 0 2 13 .167 0 0

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 2009 .229 29-24 70 8 16 1 0 1 8 20 .286 9 6 13 .365 1-1 Totals .229 29-24 70 8 16 1 0 1 8 20 .286 9 6 13 .365 1-1

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Kyle DeGrace

6’2” 200 S/R C Fr. Brentwood, Tennessee Brentwood Academy

High School: Played for head coach Buddy Alexander at Brentwood Academy…was listed as a top prospect from the state of Tennessee by Perfect Game…batted .325 in 2007 with 23 RBI’s and two home runs…injured during 2008 season… Personal: Son of Tom and Jeannette Lundborg…majoring in Business. 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE 15

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Todd Baumgartner

GP-GS 28-28 53-53 81-81

AB R H 2B 115 14 28 5 240 54 84 15 355 68 11220

3B 2 3 5

HR 1 8 9

RBI 12 43 55

TB 40 129 169

SLG% .348 .538 .476

BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 3 0 15 .258 3-5 14 4 24 .391 13-15 17 4 39 .349 16-20

Todd Baumgartner

6’1” 180 R/R OF Jr. Edwardsville, Illinois Edwardsville High School

2009: Started all 53 games for the Red Wolves during the 2009 season…led ASU with a batting average of .350, which raised his average over 100 points over his freshman season…delivered a team-high 84 hits which also ranked 10th in the Sun Belt…struck out just 24 times in 240 at-bats…posted a team-high 26 multiple-hit games, including 10 games with three or more hits…scored a team-high 54 runs…recorded multiple RBIs in 10 games, including one five-RBI game and two four-RBI outings…finished second on the team with a slugging percentage of .538 and led the Red Wolves with 129 total bases…finished the season with 43 RBIs and 15 doubles to rank second on the team in both categories…was second on the team with eight home runs…led ASU with three triples and…stole a team-high 13 bases, which also ranked as 10th-best in the Sun Belt Conference… 2008: Started all 28 games in which he played as a true freshman…missed six weeks of action after suffering a broken finger mid-season…posted a .243 batting average…was named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week after helping ASU to a road win at No. 2 Ole Miss and a road sweep of SBC foe Louisiana-Lafayette…Against Ole Miss and ULL, Baumgartner went 9-for-20 with a home run, a double, four RBI and five runs scored. In addition, he posted a 1.000 fielding percentage, starting all four games in left field and was 1-for-1 on stolen base attempts…hit .243 on the year with an on-base percentage of .258 and a slugging percentage of .348…drove in 12 runs in 28 games played…notched five doubles, two triples and one home run…logged nine multiple-hit games, including three threehit outings…had two multiple-RBI games…stole three bases ... High School: Three-year starter at Edwardsville High … Played shortstop and second base … Named Pre-Season AllAmerican, Post-Dispatch Player of the Year and Class AA Player of the Year … Hit .525 as a senior, .450 as a junior and .492 as a sophomore … Recorded the most hits, doubles, singles and best average on the team...was one of the most highly decorated high school players in the state of Illinois... Personal: Son of Mike and Lori Baumgartner … Majoring in Business. 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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Cody Powell

Michael Faulkner

6’1” 195 R/R RHP So.

5’10” 155 L/L OF Fr.

Jonesboro, Arkansas Jonesboro High School

Memphis, Tennessee Germantown High School

2009: Made nine appearances as a redshirt freshman, working 10 and one-thirds innings…averaged almost a strikeout an inning as he fanned nine batters on the year…walked just four batters…recorded a career-high four strikeouts in two innings of work against Williams Baptist March 16… 2008: Redshirted High School: Four-year letterman at Jonesboro High as a pitcher, first baseman and third baseman … Named All-Conference three times and All-State once … Team finished second in the state during sophomore season … Won the Baseball Award at Jonesboro High … Also played football... Personal: Son of David and Shauna Hurley … Majoring in Biological Science

High School: Named fourth best high school prospect in the state of Tennessee by Perfect Game and listed as a three star high school prospect by Baseball America...was drafted in the 21st round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Oakland Athletics after hitting .450 with 27 RBIs, 10 doubles, six triples and 28 stolen bases…three-year starter at Germantown High School under head coach Joey Nesbit…batted .431 as a junior… Personal: Played travel ball for APAK and head coach Alvin Rittman…son of Cheryl and Michael Faulkner…enjoys playing basketball.

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POWELL’S CAREER STATISTICS ERA W-L AP GS CG SV 2009 12.19 0-0 9 0 0 0 Totals 12.19 0-0 9 0 0 0

IP H R ER BB 10.1 21 18 14 4 10.1 21 18 14 4

SO BF AVG WP HB 9 61 .396 0 3 9 61 .396 0 3

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Wes Dagestad

Jordan Castaldo

6’4” 210 L/L LHP Jr.

6’1” 210 L/R INF Jr.

St. Louis, Missouri Forest Park Community College

Toronto, Canada Connors State Community College

Junior College: Listed as the seventh-best junior college player in the state of Missouri by Perfect Game while at Forest Park Community College with head coach Mason Horne…saw action in 14 games, striking out 35 batters in 36.1 innings of work...posted a 3-2 record and an ERA of 6.689... Personal: Played football at Desmet Jesuit High School…son of Mark and Pam Dagestad…majoring in Finance.

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Sam Jew

6’0” 185 R/R RHP Jr.

Junior College: Finished the 2009 season at Connors State College ranked 16th nationally among all junior college players with a batting average of .455, delivering 10 doubles, four home runs and 26 RBI…ranked third nationally with an on-base percentage of .600…played under head coach Perry Keith… High School: Four-time lettermen at St. Joesph High School in Toronto…led his team with a .630 batting average over his final two seasons…also a four-time lettermen in varsity hockey…Personal: Played two seasons of travel baseball with the Ontario Blue Jays and two seasons in the Canadian Intercounty Baseball League with the Oshawa Dodgers…selected as the 2009 Bernie McGuire Team MVP by the Oshawa Dodgers coaching staff…led the Dodgers with 39 hits, 23 RBI and 18 walks during the regular season…added six hits, four RBI and a walk in Oshawa’s four playoff games… Personal: Son of Gail Bennett and Lou Castaldo.

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Gooseberry Hill, Australia Palomar Community College

Junior College: Earned first-team All-Pacific Coast Conference honors after finishing the 2009 season at 10-1 with a league-best 1.94 ERA at Palomar Community College…his 10 wins are fourth-best in Palomar history…gave up just 15 earned runs in 69.2 innings of work, striking out 38 batters along the way while surrendering 57 hits and 15 walks…coached by Buck Taylor…named to the Dean’s List…selected to the Great Britain Baseball 40-man preliminary roster for competition in the World Cup held in Europe… Personal: Played club baseball and Australian football while attending Lesmurdie High School…son of Penelope and Steve Jew.

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Drew Benes

6’3” 210 R/R RHP Jr. St. Louis, Missouri Westminster Christian High School

2009: Made 11 appearances on the mound, starting in 10 of those games…finished 4-4 on the season with an ERA of 8.41…worked 40.2 innings on the season…struck out 19 batters…struck out four batters in six innings of work against Williams Baptist March 16 and again against Southeast Missouri April 1…also had eight at-bats during the season…scored two runs and drove in one run… 2008: Played in 51 games as a true freshman, drawing 48 starts…posted 41 hits on the season with a batting average of .234…logged eight multiple-hit games, including a fourhit effort against Southeast Missouri State…scored 25 runs and drove in a team-high 38 runs…had 11 multiple-RBI runs, including 4-RBI games against Southeast Missouri State and Harris-Stowe…posted 3-RBI games against SBC foes Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana-Lafayette and Florida Atlantic…logged 16 doubles, one triple and six home runs...finished 2008 season with a .440 slugging percentage and a .288 on-base perrcentage …made three appearances on the mound with no decisions in three innings pitched…struck out one opposing batter, walked one batter and surrendered seven hits…ERA of 15.00 ... High School: Three-year starter at Westminster Christian at third base and pitcher … Went 3-for-3 with two grand slams and nine RBIs in one game … Was named All-State and AllMetro … Also played basketball and football... Personal: Son of Andy and Jennifer Benes …father was first player selected in 1988 Major League Baseball draft. Drafted by San Diego Padres, Benes spent 15 seasons pitching in MLB. BENES’ CAREER STATISTICS ERA 2008 15.00 2009 8.41 Totals 8.86

W-L 0-0 4-4 4-4

AP 3 11 14

GS 0 10 10

CG SV 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2008 .234 51-48 175 25 41 2009 .000 11-2 8 2 0 Totals .224 62-50 183 27 41

2B 16 0 16

IP H 3.0 7 40.2 48 43.2 55 3B 1 0 1

R ER BB 6 5 2 38 38 21 44 43 23

HR RBI TB 6 38 77 0 1 0 6 39 77

SLG% .440 .000 .421

SO BF AVG WP HB 1 18 .467 1 0 19 187 .304 4 4 20 205 .318 5 4 BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 9 5 61 .288 0-1 0 2 3 .182 0-0 9 7 64 .282 0-1

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Brandon Milhouse

6’3” 215 L/R LHP/INF Fr. Collierville, Tennessee Collierville High School

High School: Finished the 2008 season at Collierville High School hitting .390 with two home runs and 41 RBI…named the 2008 Best Defensive CHS Baseball Player and to the West Tennessee TBCA Select Showcase team, the Mississippi Prospect 18 & Under Select Scout Baseball team, the MLB Scouting Bureau Combine Showcase team and the Under Armour/Team One National team…coached by Jeff Hopkins…selected as a member of National Beta Club, a three-time Academic Excellence Award winner and in the top 20% of his graduating class… Personal: Son of Robert and Linda Milhouse…majoring in Business…enjoys listening to music and watching movies.

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Cody Pace

Cody Pace

6’1” 200 R/R OF Sr. Jonesboro, Arkansas Jonesboro High School

2009: Played in 44 games as a junior, drawing 32 starts…put together a team-high 20-game hit streak during the season…hit .282 with 35 hits on the season…scored 25 runs while driving in 11 more…tied for second on the team with seven stolen bases…logged eight multiple-hit games, including three three-hit performances, all of which were against Sun Belt Conference competition…drove in multiple runs on two occasions…posted an on-base percentage of .397…2008:Played in 36 games for ASU in 2008, starting in 25…had three multi-hit games, including a three-hit performance in Apr. 1 game against Tennessee-Martin…had four doubles…drove in five runs…tied for second on the team with four stolen bases…posted an on-base percentage of .263 and a slugging percentage of .258 ...2007: Played in 35 games for the Red Wolves, starting 25…hit .213 with a pair of doubles and seven RBI...had multiple-RBI games against SBC foe New Orleans Mar. 9, and Florida Atlantic April 1, ...posted a season-high three hits against New Orleans Mar. 10...scored a season-high two runs Feb. 28 against Murray State…High School: Was All-Conference his junior and senior years, and All-State following his senior season... Member of state champion runner-up team...had .356 batting average with four home runs, nine doubles and four triples...drove in 37 runs, scored 45 and stole 21 bases...Personal: Major is Engineering...Graduated from Jonesboro with a 4.0 GPA...received Jonesboro Optimist Club Outstanding Youth Award... Enjoys hunting, fishing and golf...Nickname is Dan...Born December 17, 1987...Parents are Martin D. and Susan Pace. PACE’S CAREER STATISTICS AVG 2007 .213 2008 .213 2009 .282 Totals .243

GP-GS AB R 35-25 80 11 36-25 89 10 44-32 131 25 115-82 300 46

H 17 19 37 73

2B 2 4 0 6

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 7 19 0 5 23 0 11 37 0 23 79

SLG% .238 .258 .282 .263

BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 9 4 29 .319 3-4 5 1 25 .263 4-7 18 7 31 .397 7-8 32 12 85 339 14-19

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Murray Watts

6’7” 250 R/R 1B Jr. Jonesboro, Arkansas University of Arkansas

2009: Earned second-team All-Sun Belt Conference honors as a utility player following the 2009 season after appearing in 51 games with 50 starts…spent the majority of the season as the Red Wolves’ designated hitter but also saw action at first base during the season…hit .305 on the year, a jump of over 50 points from his freshman season…led the Red Wolves with 44 RBIs, 16 doubles and 10 home runs…was the team leader with a slugging percentage of .572…led the Sun Belt Conference with 44 walks…scored 35 runs…had 14 multiple-hit games on the year, including one four-high performance and two three-hit games…was the team leader in multiple-RBI games with 12 and drove in four runs on two occasions… 2008: Played in 50 games for ASU as a freshman in 2008, drawing 36 starts…had nine multi-hit games, including four three-hit outings…drove in 24 runs…had 11 doubles and two

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MEET THE 2010 RED WOLVES home runs…hit .254 on the season with an on-base percentage of .310 and a slugging percentage of .373…scored 17 runs…drove in a season-high four runs March 22 vs. Louisiana-Monroe ... 2007...Redshirted at the University of Arkansas before transferring to Arkansas State...will have four years of eligibility remaining... High School: Four-year starter for Jonesboro High as a first baseman and pitcher … Hit .489 with 14 home runs as a senior … Named Pre-Season and Post-Season Collegiate Baseball All-American … Was named All-Conference four times and All-State twice … Was named the Arkansas DemocratGazette Player of the Year and Jonesboro Sun Player of the Year … Also played football and basketball... Personal: Son of Mike and Ronda Watts … Majoring in Marketing with a minor in Management. WATTS’ CAREER STATISTICS AVG 2008 .254 2009 .305 Totals .283

GP-GS AB R 50-36 142 17 51-50 187 35 101-86 329 52

H 36 57 93

2B 11 16 27

3B 0 2 2

HR 2 10 12

RBI 24 44 68

TB 53 107 160

SLG% .373 .572 .486

BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 10 2 44 .310 0-0 44 2 57 .440 1-1 54 4 101 .388 1-1

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6’1” 175 L/R RHP Fr. Fort Smith, Arkansas Fort Smith Southside High School

High School: Combined for 96 strikeouts over his junior and senior seasons…was named All-Conference after posting a 7-3 record during his junior season…was named All-State with a 9-2 record his senior season…led Fort Smith Southside to a Class 7A State Runner-Up finish in his senior season…also played tennis at Fort Smith Southside… Personal: An honor roll student in high school, is majoring in Mechanical Engineering…son of Mark and Jan Koch.

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Josh DeMoney

Andres Caceres

5’10” 190 L/L OF Sr.

6’3” 195 L/L LHP Jr.

Madison, Mississippi Meridian Community College

Queens, New York Connors State Community College

2009: Played in 34 games as a junior after transferring to ASU from Meridian CC…started 27 games before missing time due to injury…hit .292 on the season…had 35 hits, including one home run, one triple and seven doubles…logged 11 multiple-hit games, including three-hit performances against Murray State, Williams Baptist and Florida International…had three multiple RBI games…drove in 14 runs…scored 18 runs… Junior College: Played two years at Meridan CC ... Hit .395 and recorded 16 doubles and 3 home runs ... High School: Played at Madison Central High School as an outfielder ... Team won 4 District Championships and 1 North State Championship ... Name 5A All-State, All-Metro, All-County twice and All-Division twice ... Played in the Crossroads All-Star Game and was a NABF World Series Champion ... Also, selected to the Clarion Ledger Top Seniors to Watch ... Personal: Born September 22, 1987 ... Son of Jack and Rosie DeMoney ... Enjoys basketball and music.

Junior College: Played two years at Connors State College under head coach Perry Keith…finished his sophomore season at 7-1 with an ERA of 3.50… Personal: Attended Newtown High School…son of Andrea Medina and Andres Caceres, Sr...majoring in Business Management…enjoys video games, music, movies and swimming.

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6’4” 220 R/R RHP Jr. Geneva, Illinois Elgin Community College

DeMONEY’S CAREER STATISTICS AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 2009 .292 34-27 120 18 35 7 1 1 14 47 .392 12 2 27 .363 2-3 Totals .292 34-27 120 18 35 7 1 1 14 47 .392 12 2 27 .363 2-3

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Junior College: Earned All-Conference, All-Region and Academic All-Conference honors in 2009, leading Eglin Community College to a 38-18 record and a berth in the NJCAA Division II Sectional finals…led ECC with 64 strikeouts on the season, working a team-high 62 innings…posted a 6-2 record on the year with an ERA of 3.43…coached by Bill Angelo…appeared in five games as a freshman at Northern Illinois University… High School: Earned Western Sun Conference MVP honors as a senior at Geneva (Ill.) High School…struck out 115 batters against just 20 walks and 54 hits in 78 innings of work, compiling an ERA of 1.80… Personal: Pitched for the Madison Mallards in the Northwoods League over the summer of 2009…son of Brian and Kelly Allen…majoring in Business.

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MEET THE 2010 RED WOLVES MVP… HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-league selection in 2005 and 2006 as an infielder and was named the school’s Outstanding Senior Male Athlete. Played both wide receiver and defensive back at Pleasant Valley High School in Chico, Calif. . . . Named first team all-league on both offense and defense as a senior after recording 44 receptions for 921 yards and 14 touchdowns and posting eight interceptions from his safety position . . . Four-year baseball and basketball letterwinner from 2002-06… PERSONAL: Born Jan. 3, 1988 . . . Son of Bob and Barbara Clements.

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Phillip Malatesta

6’2” 200 R/R RHP Fr. Oxford, Mississippi Oxford High School High School: Four-year player at Oxford High School, starting at pitcher for the last two years…finished the season at 11-0 with an ERA of 2.16…gave up just 26 runs on 43 hits, with 22 walks and 88 strikeouts in 64.2 innings of work…coached by Bradley Roberson…selected to play in the Crossroads Diamond Club High School All-Star Game… Personal: Member of the National Society of High School Scholars, Mu Alpha Theta and the OHS Honor Roll…won the U.S. Achievement Academy National Leadership and Service Award

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Taylor Clements

5’10” 183 R/R INF Jr. Chico, California Butte Community College 2009: Will participate in his first season of baseball at ASU after playing football for the Red Wolves the past two seasons. Transferred to ASU from Butte College… 2008: Joined Coach Steve Roberts’ program at the spring mid-term and went through spring workouts with ASU . . . Played in 10 games in 2008 . . . Caught seven passes totaling 74 yards for the season, including a long reception of 21 yards against Troy . . . Also returned one kickoff for 26 yards against Texas Southern… BUTTE COLLEGE: Received an Academic Achievement Award and was a multi-sport athlete at Butte, earning first team all-conference baseball recognition in the spring of 2007. Named a 2007 first team all-conference selection after catching 44 passes for 831 yards and nine touchdowns with the Butte College Roadrunners . . . Returned 23 kicks for 662 yards, including a season-high 88 yard return, as a sophomore . . . Helped lead the Roadrunners to a 7-4 record, including a 61-33 win over Delta College in the Stockman’s Bank Bowl, in 2007 . . . Named the bowl game’s 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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Scotty Jameson

6’0” 185 R/R RHP Fr. Lovell, Wyoming Lovell High School High School: Played American Legion baseball exclusively since Wyoming does not sanction high school baseball…posted a 20-8 record over the last two seasons while pitching for American Legion Post 26 in Powell, Wyo…recorded 244 strikeouts against 108 hits and 68 walks in 181 innings of work…earned Wyoming American Legion Class A All-State honors in 2007 and 2008 and was also named to the Montana State NBC All-Tournament team in both years, winning the Outstanding Pitcher Award in 2008…selected as the Montana Class A American Legion Tournament Offensive MVP in 2008…coached by Jeff Young…lettered in basketball, football and track at Lovell High School… Personal: Son of Mike and Christy Jameson…enjoys camping and hunting.

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AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 2009 .267 44-43 146 22 39 8 0 1 12 50 .342 16 8 17 .366 7-8 Totals .267 44-43 146 22 39 8 0 1 12 50 .342 16 8 17 .366 7-8

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Giovanni Garcia

6’3” 210 R/R RHP Jr. St. Louis, Missouri Forest Park Community College Junior College: Played two years at Forest Park Community College under Coach Mason Horne…Threw 49.1 innings as a sophomore, striking out 34 batters...gave up 47 runs on 46 hits...posted a record of 1-6 with an ERA of 6.20... Personal: Born June 28, 1988…Son of Frank and Teri Zimmermann…majoring in chemistry…

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6’3” 200 L/R OF Fr.

San Luis, Arizona Arizona Western Community College

St. Louis, Missouri LaDue High School

2009: Played in 44 games, starting 43 after transferring to ASU from Arizona Western…posted a batting average of .267…logged 39 hits including eight doubles and one home run…scored 22 runs while driving in 12 others…posted 11 multiple-hit games including three-hit performances against SIU-Edwardsville, and SBC opponents Middle Tennessee and South Alabama…had two multiple-RBI games…tied for second on the team with seven stolen bases…was hit by eight pitches on the season which was the second-highest on the team… Junior College: Played 2 years at Arizona Western at second base and shortstop ... Named All-Region 1 and All-Conference ... High School: Played two years at Kofa High School and was named All-Conference ...Also played football and basketball ... Personal: Born June 25, 1987 in Gilroy, CA ... Son of Maria Garcia ... Enjoys surfing. 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Logan Uxa

High School: Named one of the top 25 high school players in the state of Missouri while playing at Ladue Horton Watkins High School…hit .574 as a senior with 39 hits and 35 runs scored…belted out eight doubles, three triples and four home runs…drove in 42 runs on the season…batted .508 with a .640 on base percentage with 34 runs, 33 hits and 23 RBI as a junior…coached by John Goble…also played soccer… Personal: Played travel ball with the St. Louis Pirates coached by Rick Strickland…son of Lisa and Don Uxa.

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Andy Ferguson

5’11” 171 L/L LHP Sr.

6’1” 190 R/R RHP Jr.

Federal Way, Washington Washington State University

Benton, Arkansas Benton High School

Previous School: Two-time Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for Washington State…made just two appearances as a junior due to injury, working 4.2 innings while striking out three batters…as a sophomore, notched a Washington State record 12 saves…was 3-3 with an ERA of 4.70…struck out 36 batters while giving up 23 earned runs in 44 innings of work…named the WCCBC Player of the Year in 2006 and Pac10 honorable mention in 2007… High School: Named first-team All-SPSL in 2004 and 2005 at Decatur High…earned All-State honors as a senior…Personal: Son of Dusty and Cheri Humes…holds a bachelor’s of arts degree in Creative Writing with a minor in History from Washington State…enjoys video games and movies.

Ross Humes

2009: Made 18 appearances on the mound for the Red Wolves, drawing the start in six games…Was named Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week for his performance on the mound in ASU’s 11-4 win over FAU May 9 in which he started and worked a season-high eight innings to earn the victory over the Owls, striking out seven batters, five looking, along the way. Ferguson did not issue a walk in the game, while giving up just two runs on six hits…surrendered just 26 earned runs in 50.1 innings of work while striking out 49 opposing batters…gave up 61 hits…struck out a season-high nine batters in six innings of work in 6-2 victory over UALR…struck out eight in five innings on the mound against Western Kentucky … posted an ERA of 4.65, the best among returning pitchers for ASU…held opposing batters to a .299 average… 2008: Made 10 appearances on the mound as a true freshman in 2008, drawing three starts…finished the season 2-0, earning victories against Williams Baptist and Harris-Stowe State…gave up just 16 hits while striking out 18 in 22 innings of work…struck out five batters against Williams Baptist in five innings of work while giving up just one hit...gave up seven earned runs on the year….surrendered just six multi-base hits, including no triples or home runs. High School: Four-year starter at Benton High as a pitcher, second baseman and shortstop … Finished with a 7-1 record and a .8 ERA as a senior … Named to the All-State and All-Conference teams in 2006 and 2007… Personal: Son of Kent and Mitzi Ferguson …Graduated with honors from Benton High. FERGUSON’S CAREER STATISTICS ERA W-L AP 2008 2.86 2-0 10 2009 4.65 5-5 18 Totals 4.11 7-5 28

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SO BF AVG WP HB 18 95 .203 1 3 49 238 .299 4 5 67 333 .272 5 8

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6’2” 185 R/R RHP Fr. Bartlett, Tennessee Bartlett High School High School: Was an All-Metro and All-District selection at Bartlett High School in Tennessee…Was a member of a state championship team in 2007… Personal: Born April 3, 1991…Son of Paul and Patrice Wright…majoring in Engineering…enjoys playing golf.

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6’0” 230 R/R 3B/1B So. Luxora, Arkansas Dyersburg State Community College

6’1” 190 R/R RHP So.

Junior College: Hit .330 with five home runs last season at Dyersburg State…High School: Played four years at Rivercrest High School helping the Colts to a state runner-up finish and a 27-9 record in 2008…recorded 27 home runs over his high school career…also played football and basketball… Personal: Son of Cindy and Eddie George…majoring in Physical Education…enjoys movies and video games. 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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Jonesboro, Arkansas Jonesboro High School 2009: Became a weekend starter early in his freshman season, starting in nine games while appearing in 13 games on the year…started seven games against Sun Belt Competition

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MEET THE 2010 RED WOLVES as a true freshman, picking up two wins along the way…gave up just 42 hits in 47.1 innings of work while striking out 42 opposing batters…surrendered just 28 earned runs…held opposing batters to a .235 average, the lowest among ASU starters…posted an ERA of 5.32…struck out a season-high 6 batters in just 3.2 innings of work against Harris-Stowe and logged five strikeouts in four innings against nationally ranked Ole Miss… also struck out five batters against conference foes New Orleans, Western Kentucky and Florida Atlantic…walked just 35 batters on the year… High School: Three-year starter as pitcher, outfielder, and at second base ... Named All-Conference as a junior and senior, All-State as a senior and MVP as a senior ... Played in the Arkansas All-Star game as a senior ... Also participated in football ... Personal: Born October 25, 1989 in Daytona, Florida ... Son of Connie Lee and Greg and Cindy Lee. LEE’S CAREER STATISTICS ERA W-L AP GS CG SV 2009 5.32 2-5 13 9 0 0 Totals 5.32 2-5 13 9 0 0

IP H R ER BB 47.1 42 33 28 35 47.1 42 33 28 35

SO BF AVG WP HB 42 226 .235 5 9 42 226 .235 5 9

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HP SO OB% SB-AT 2009 .222 9-1 9 5 2 0 0 0 1 2 .222 2 0 2 .364 0-0 Totals .222 9-1 9 5 2 0 0 0 1 2 .222 2 0 2 .364 0-0

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6’0” 190 R/R C Jr. Paragould, Arkansas Three Rivers Community College Junior College: Two-year starter at Three Rivers Community College…hit .415 with four home runs, 12 doubles and 26 RBI as a sophomore at TRCC… High School: Four-year starter at Senath-Hornersville High School…hit .549 with six home runs and 49 RBI, leading the team to an overall record of 20-9 his senior year…named All-Conference three years, All-District twice, All-State, 2007 Under Armour Pre-Season All-American and the Daily Dunklin Democrat Player of the Year…also played basketball…selected as Who’s Who Among American High School Students and as a member of Phi Theta Kappa… Personal: Son of Randy and Sherri Smith…majoring in Physical Education…enjoys hunting and fishing.

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Todd Baumgartner 2010 Team Captain Preseason All-SBC

Murray Watts 2010 Team Captain Preseason All-SBC

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HEAD COACH TOMMY RAFFO Tommy Raffo was named Arkansas State's fifth head coach on July 1, 2008 and heading into his second season at ASU, he has already made an impact on the Red Wolves’ program. Raffo directed the Red Wolves to a 23-30 record in his first season, a campaign that produced some notable performances, both on a team and individual level. As a team, the Red Wolves hit .296, which ranked third all-time in ASU history. Arkansas State belted out 557 hits during the year which was the fifth-most ever for an ASU team. The Red Wolves’ 242 walks was the sixth-most in team history, and ASU’s 337 runs and 291 RBIs were both the seventh-most ever at ASU. A-State’s 786 total bases ranked as the ninth-most in school history. On an individual level, current junior Todd Baumgartner ranked among the best in five statistical categories. Baumgartner’s 84 hits and 240 at-bats were both the third-most in ASU history, and his 54 runs and 129 total bases both ranked as the fourth-most in school history. Baumgartner drove in 44 runs a year ago, which was the 16th-most in ASU history, while current ASU junior Murray Watts was one behind with 43 RBIs. Watts drew 44 walks a year ago to rank second on the ASU all-time charts and slugged 10 home runs and 16 doubles to rank 11th and 16th, respectively, in those categories. Watts’ 107 total bases was the 18th-most in ASU history. ASU senior Cody Pace put together a string of 20 consecutive hits - all singles - which was the second-longest hit streak ever at Arkansas State. Raffo came to Jonesboro with 15 years as an assistant coach at Mississippi State University under his belt. He served as the hitting and outfield coach for a Bulldog program that made three trips to the College World Series. "We are extremely pleased to hire a coach with the background and experience of competing at the highest level that Tommy Raffo brings," said ASU Director of Athletics, Dr. Dean Lee at Raffo’s hiring announcement. "We had an extremely strong pool of candidates for this position, and feel that Coach Raffo was unquestionably the best fit to take over the Arkansas State baseball program. Tommy is highly respected in the coaching field for his integrity and for his superior knowledge of the game." During his 14 seasons at Mississippi State, Raffo served as the recruiting coordinator for the Bulldog baseball program, landing 10 straight recruiting classes ranked in the top 33 nationally by Collegiate Baseball. He coached seven All-America players and four Academic All-Americans. He was named as the 2007 Southeastern Conference Fellowship of Christian Athletes Coach of the Year, and during his time at MSU, 49 Bulldogs were chosen in the Major League Baseball Draft. Raffo's outstanding recruiting at MSU paid dividends for the program as he helped the Bulldogs reach the SEC Tournament 12 times, with two championships to their credit. Mississippi State also made 11 appearances in the NCAA Tournament during Raffo's time with the program, winning five regional titles. The Bulldogs 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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HEAD COACH TOMMY RAFFO made three appearances in the NCAA Super Regionals and advanced to the College World Series in 1997, 1998 and 2007. Raffo coached one Johnny Bench Award winner, given annually to the top college catcher in the country, and helped seven hitters finish the season in the SEC's top five batting averages. As a player, Raffo was cocaptain of the 1990 Mississippi State team that advanced to the College World Series. He was a two-time Academic All-American and a three-time Academic All-SEC selection. He was named first-team All-SEC in 1989 and 1990, and in 1990 earned secondteam All-America honors from both the American Baseball Coaches Association and Baseball America. "My family and I are extremely excited about this opportunity," said Raffo. "Since my first visit, I was impressed by the campus, by the city of Jonesboro, but most importantly, by the people. There is an enThe Raffo Family ergy at Arkansas State that I did not expect. Claudia, Anna, Ford, Tommy and Paula What a special time for ASU baseball. Every person I meet is enthusiastic about the leadership on campus and the direction our baseball program is headed. I can't wait to lead and be a part of it." After earning his Bachelor's of Business Administration Degree from Mississippi State in 1990, Raffo was chosen by the Miami Miracle with the first pick of the eighth round in the 1990 MLB Draft. While playing in the Reds organization, he was the MVP of the 1991 South Atlantic League All-Star Game, and was Co-Captain of the 1992 Midwest League Champion Cedar Rapid Reds. A native of Orange Park, Fla., Raffo is married to the former Paula Hawkins of Calhoun City, Miss., and they are the parents of two daughters, Claudia Elizabeth, 12, and Anna Winifred, 10 and a son, Thomas Hanniford "Ford", born in July 2007.

Raffo At First Glance... Career at ASU - 23-30 Career Overall - Same

Education: Graduate of Mississippi State University, 1990, Bachelor’s of Business Administration. Playing Experience: Drafted by the Miami Miracle in 1990 as the first pick of the eighth round of the MLB Draft ... played at Mississippi State ... Co-captain of 1990 team that advanced to the College World Series ... All-Southeastern Conference first team in 1989 and 1990 ... two-time Academic All-American and three-time Academic All-SEC ... second team All-America honors in 1990 from both the American Baseball Coaches Association and Baseball America. Coaching Experience: Head Coach at Arkansas State University (Present); Assistant Coach at Mississippi State University (1994-2008).

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ASSISTANT COACH CHRIS COOK

Chris Cook Assistant Coach Now entering his fourth season at Arkansas State and 12th season as an assistant coach, Chris Cook is responsible for coaching infielders and hitters for the 2010 Red Wolves team. In 2009, Cook helped coach the Red Wolves to team batting average of .296, which ranked third all-time in ASU history. Arkansas State belted out 557 hits during the year which was the fifth-most ever for an ASU team. The Red Wolves’ 242 walks was the sixth-most in team history, and ASU’s 337 runs and 291 RBIs were both the seventh-most ever at ASU. Cook came to Arkansas State after serving as an assistant for one season at Austin Peay State. Prior to his experience at Austin Peay, Cook spent three seasons as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Lander University in Greenwood, S.C., where he led the Bearcats to one of the top team ERA's in Division II baseball. Cook was part of a coaching staff that led Lander to a spot in the NCAA Division II National Poll each season, including a ranking of seventh nationally in 2005. Over the past seven seasons, Cook has coached 55 players who have gone on to play professional baseball, including the first five Lander players to ever play professional baseball. Cook has also assisted in recruiting two nationally-ranked recruiting classes, the 2003 Winthrop incoming class and the 2007 ASU incoming class. Before coaching at Lander, Cook held coaching positions at Winthrop University, Collin County (Texas) Community College and at his alma mater, Rockford College. Cook also spent two summers as a head coach in the Coastal Plain League, one as head coach of the division champion Durham Americans in 2001 and the second as head coach of the Wilson Tobs in 2003. Cook earned his Business Administration and Marketing degree at Rockford College. He is married to the former Wendy Mazan, who works as the Executive Director of Better Life Counseling Center in Jonesboro. They have a daughter, Julianna Rosemarie, born March 21, 2009.

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ASSISTANT COACH JUSTIN MECCAGE

Justin Meccage Assistant Coach Justin Meccage joined the ASU coaching staff in August 2007 and will serve as the pitching coach for the Red Wolves in 2010. In his two seasons at Arkansas State, Meccage has assembled pitching staffs that finished in the upper half of the conference rankings in team ERA. Twelve of his pitchers at ASU have gone on to sign professional contracts, and one has earned All-Sun Belt Conference recognition. Members of his pitching staff have earned Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week recognition four times of the last two seasons. Meccage came to Arkansas State from Texas-Pan American, where he served as an assistant coach, recruiting coordinator and pitching coach since 2004. During his time at UT-Pan American, Meccage developed a pitching staff that had nine players sign professional contracts. In 2006, his Bronc pitching staff ended the season ranked in the top-10 nationally with 427 strikeouts. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he pitched for the Cowboys before being drafted by the New York Yankees in the 32nd round of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft. While at Oklahoma State, Meccage was also named Academic All-Big 12 and to the OSU Dean’s List. He is married to the former Stacee Voytoski, who teaches in the Nettleton School District. They have a son, Kyler Lee, born August 1, 2008.

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SUPPORT STAFF

ASU Baseball Support Staff

Marcelo Galafassi Athletic Trainer

Brad Herman Academic Services

Jon Allen Garner Student Manager

Van Provence Media Relations

Caroline Williams Baseball Secretary

Blake Irvin Student Manager

2010 ASU Baseball Diamond Dolls

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2009 YEAR IN REVIEW

Although the Red Wolves finished 23-30 a year ago, the 2009 season did provide some notable performances, both on a team and individual level. As a team, the Red Wolves hit .296, which ranked third all-time in ASU history. Arkansas State belted out 557 hits during the year which was the fifth-most ever for an ASU team. The Red Wolves’ 242 walks was the sixth-most in team history, and ASU’s 337 runs and 291 RBIs were both the seventh-most ever at ASU. A-State’s 786 total bases ranked as the ninth-most in school history. On an individual level, current junior Todd Baumgartner ranked among the best in five statistical categories. Baumgartner’s 84 hits and 240 atbats were both the third-most in ASU history, and his 54 runs and 129 total bases both ranked as the fourth-most in school history. Baumgartner drove in 44 runs a year ago, which was the 16th-most in ASU history, while current ASU junior Murray Watts was one behind with 43 RBIs. Watts drew 44 walks a year ago to rank second on the ASU alltime charts and slugged 10 home runs and 16 doubles to rank 11th and 16th, respectively, in those categories. Watts’ 107 total bases was the 18th-most in ASU history, and he was named to the All-Sun Belt Conference second team as a utility player following the season.

ASU senior Cody Pace put together a string of 20 consecutive hits - all singles - which was the second-longest hit streak ever at Arkansas State. Current junior Andy Ferguson was named the SBC Pitcher of the Week for his performance on the mound in the Red Wolves’ 114 victory over Florida Atlantic May 9 in Jonesboro. The right-hander from Benton, Ark. became a w e e k e n d Junior Murray Watts earned second-team Allstarter midway Sun Belt Conference honors following the 2009 through the season. season and fin2004. He went on to set his ished with a 4.65 ERA through final appearance total at 102. 18 appearances. First baseman Brandon Eller Several seniors departed was named a Lowe’s Senior following the 2009 season but Class Award candidate, the not without leaving their mark Terry Gwin Award winner and at ASU. an ESPN The Magazine AcaNick Lambert broke the ASU demic All-America selection. record for career appearances Senior left-hander Jett Jones March 21 when he took the also earned ESPN The Magazine mound in the 10th inning of Academic All-District IV honASU’s 10-6 victory over ULM. ors, and third baseman Guy The right-hander went to the Brown claimed the runner-up mound in his 86th contest to spot on the all-time consecubreak the record of 85 set by tive starts chart, starting in Ryan Hamilton from 2001- 191 back-to-back games.

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2009 Statistics

Record: 23-30 Home: 15-12 Away: 7-15 Neutral: 1-3 Sun Belt: 12-18 (All Games Sorted by Batting Average) Player

AVG GP-GS AB

R

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO

Baumgartner, Todd Coleman, Derrick Brown, Guy Eller, Brandon Watts, Murray Kimball, Jordan Garcia, Giovanni DeMoney, Josh Pace, Cody Hipps, Lawson Burgi, Kevin DeGrace, Kyle Lee, Jacob Reimenschneider, D. Jones, Derek Benes, Drew Avant, Grey

.350 53-53 240 .326 51-47 178 .319 53-53 216 .311 53-53 206 .305 51-50 187 .268 53-53 168 .267 44-43 146 .292 34-27 120 .282 44-32 131 .276 40-28 116 .273 16-1 22 .229 29-24 70 .222 9-1 9 .220 26-10 50 .143 13-0 14 .000 11-2 8 .000 2-0 1

54 38 48 28 35 30 22 18 25 13 2 8 5 6 3 2 0

84 58 69 64 57 45 39 35 37 32 6 16 2 11 2 0 0

15 14 9 12 16 6 8 7 0 3 2 1 0 3 1 0 0

3 8 43 129 .538 14 4 24 2 5 41 91 .511 31 5 31 2 2 28 88 .407 21 14 34 1 4 39 90 .437 21 14 27 2 10 44 107 .572 44 2 57 1 0 16 53 .315 32 5 36 0 1 12 50 .342 16 8 17 1 1 14 47 .392 12 2 27 0 0 11 37 .282 18 7 31 2 1 15 42 .362 12 2 10 0 1 9 11 .500 2 0 8 0 1 8 20 .286 9 6 13 0 0 1 2 .222 2 0 2 0 0 6 14 .280 6 4 13 1 0 3 5 .357 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 .000 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1

8 0 6 5 0 0 3 1 4 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

.391 .425 .409 .407 .440 .396 .366 .363 .397 .348 .333 .365 .364 .344 .250 .182 .500

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

13-15 4-4 1-2 3-3 1-1 2-4 7-8 2-3 7-8 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0

123 97 50 425 30 70 75 37 50 198 35 149 4 22 4 10

A

1 1 89 27 1 139 104 1 1 26 3 24 6 31 4 5

E FLD%

2 3 11 4 1 22 8 2 3 3 1 4 1 4 3 0

.984 .970 .927 .991 .969 .905 .957 .950 .944 .987 .974 .977 .909 .930 .727 1.000

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.296 .282

53 1888233755797 15 34 291 786 .418 242 76 337 32 53 1850350 522 90 14 42 314 766 .414 215 59 392 32

.393 25 44 .371 20 34

42-52 1399 523 83 .959 60-84 1409 568 79 .962

LOB - Team (525), Opp (430). DPs TURNED - Team (39), OPP (45). CI - Team (1), DeGrace, K. 1, Opp (2). IBB - Team (5), Watts, M. 2, Pace, C. 1, Baumgartner, T. 1, DeMoney, J. 1, Opp (6). PICKED OFF - Baumgartner 2, Burgi, K. 1, Reim. 1, Pace, C. 1.

(All Games Sorted by Earned Run Average) Player

ERA W-L AP GS CG 2-3 5-3 0-5 4-1 5-5 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-4 1-0 4-4 0-0 0-0

SH/CB SV

Bullington, Chris Ware, Chase Jones, Jett Lambert, Nick Ferguson, A ndy Lee, Jacob Degrace, Kyle Blackburn, Ryan Riley, Derek Lambert, Cory Benes, Drew Powell, Cody Riemenschneider, D.

3.95 4.22 5.76 4.35 4.65 5.32 6.00 6.48 7.44 7.46 8.41 12.19 27.00

29 0 0 13 13 2 18 7 0 22 0 0 18 6 0 13 9 0 4 0 0 20 0 0 9 8 0 20 0 0 11 10 0 9 0 0 1 0 0

0/0 1/1 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

TOTALS OPPONENTS

5.57 23-3053 53 2 5.27 30-2353 53 1

2/1 1/1

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

IP

H

R

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA

57.0 85.1 59.1 20.2 50.1 47.1 3.0 33.1 32.2 25.1 40.2 10.1 1.0

57 86 61 19 61 42 2 46 39 37 48 21 3

41 46 38 10 33 33 2 32 32 25 38 18 3

25 40 38 10 26 28 2 24 27 21 38 14 3

30 30 22 8 23 35 1 13 22 4 21 4 2

62 8 83 17 41 14 27 1 49 10 42 9 2 0 26 5 15 7 16 6 19 9 9 4 1 0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.260 .255 .272 .250 .299 .235 .167 .324 .295 .339 .304 .396 .600

8 11 3 2 4 5 0 2 8 4 4 0 0

4 8 11 0 5 9 0 9 2 4 4 3 0

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

5 2 1 0 4 0 0 2 2 1 2 1 0

8 4 4 3 2 3 0 2 3 3 1 0 1

6 466.1 522 350 294 215 392 90 14 42 15 469.2 557 337 275 242 337 97 15 34

0 0

.282 51 .296 55

59 76

8 8

20 25

34 44

PB - Team (19), Degrace, K. 11 , Hipps, L. 8, Opp (14). PICKOFFS - Team (8), Hipps, L.2, Lambert, C. 2, Bullington 2, Riley, D. 1, Blackburn 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Hipps (33-44), Degrace, K. (25-36), Benes, D. (7-12), Ware, C. (9-12), Lee, J. (10-12), Ferguson An (9-11), Blackburn (6-10), Jones, J. (2-7), Bullington (5-6), Lambert, C. (5-5), Riley, D. (1-3), Burgi, K. (3-3), Powell, C. (3-3), Lambert, N. (2-2).

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2009 Results Game Date Feb. 20, 2009 ^Feb. 20, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 22, 2009 Feb. 27, 2009 Mar. 3, 2009 Mar. 4, 2009 *Mar. 6, 2009 *Mar. 7, 2009 *Mar. 8, 2009 Mar. 10, 2009 Mar. 10 2009 *Mar. 13, 2009 *Mar. 14, 2009 *Mar. 15, 2009 Mar. 16, 2009 Mar. 17, 2009 *Mar. 20, 2009 *Mar. 21, 2009 *Mar. 22, 2009 Mar. 25, 2009 *Mar. 27, 2009 *Mar. 28, 2009 *Mar. 29, 2009 Mar. 30, 2009 Apr. 1, 2009 *Apr. 3, 2009 *Apr. 4, 2009 *Apr. 5, 2009 Apr. 7, 2009 Apr. 8, 2009 Apr. 10, 2009 Apr. 11, 2009 Apr. 14, 2009 Apr. 15, 2009 *Apr. 17, 2009 *Apr. 18, 2009 *Apr. 19, 2009 FApr. 21, 2009 Apr. 22, 2009 *Apr. 24, 2009 *Apr. 25, 2009 *Apr. 26, 2009 *May 1, 2009 *May 2, 2009 *May 3, 2009 *May 8, 2009 *May 9 2009 *May 10, 2009 May 12, 2009 *May 15, 2009 *May 15, 2009 *May 16, 2009

Opposing Team vs. Texas State at Ut Arlington vs. Siena vs. Texas State SIU- EDWARDSVILLE at #14 Ole Miss at Murray State LOUISIANA LOUISIANA LOUISIANA HARRIS STOWE HARRIS STOWE at Middle Tennessee at Middle Tennessee at Middle Tennessee WILLIAMS BAPTIST #12 OLE MISS at ULM at ULM at ULM at Southern Illinois SOUTH ALABAMA SOUTH ALABAMA SOUTH ALABAMA at #15 Ole Miss SEMO TROY TROY TROY vs. Memphis MEMPHIS CHICAGO ST. CHICAGO ST. MISSOURI STATE MISSOURI STATE WESTERN KENTUCKY WESTERN KENTUCKY WESTERN KENTUCKY at UT Martin at SEMO at New Orleans at New Orleans at New Orleans at FIU at FIU at FIU Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Murray State at UALR at UALR-2 at UALR

Score W, 4-3 L, 4-5 L, 1-5 L, 2-3 W, 19-12 L, 5-11 L, 5-11 W, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 3-2 W, 11-1 W, 3-2 L, 8-10 L, 3-14 L, 3-10 W, 17-9 L, 1-7 W, 14-4 W, 6-4 L, 8-10 L, 3-10 W, 8-7 L, 3-10 W, 7-2 L, 6-9 W, 12-1 L, 2-5 L, 3-7 L, 7-12 L, 8-16 W, 8-7 W, 15-0 W, 16-9 L, 3-4 L, 2-14 L, 2-3 W, 8-6 L, 0-3 L, 2-6 W, 17-11 L, 2-4 L 6-13 W, 9-3 W, 13-1 L, 5-11 L, 4-10 L, 5-9 W, 11-4 L, 6-10 W, 4-2 W, 10-7 W, 6-2 L, 3-6

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Inns Overall Sun Belt (10) 1-0-0 0-0-0 9 1-1-0 0-0-0 9 1-2-0 0-0-0 9 1-3-0 0-0-0 9 2-3-0 0-0-0 9 2-4-0 0-0-0 9 2-5-0 0-0-0 9 3-5-0 1-0-0 9 3-6-0 1-1-0 (10) 4-6-0 2-1-0 9 5-6-0 2-1-0 7 6-6-0 2-1-0 (10) 6-7-0 2-2-0 9 6-8-0 2-3-0 9 6-9-0 2-4-0 9 7-9-0 2-4-0 9 7-10-0 2-4-0 9 8-10-0 3-4-0 (11) 9-10-0 4-4-0 (10) 9-11-0 4-5-0 9 9-12-0 4-5-0 9 10-12-0 5-5-0 9 10-13-0 5-6-0 9 11-13-0 6-6-0 9 11-14-0 6-6-0 9 12-14-0 6-6-0 9 12-15-0 6-7-0 (10) 12-16-0 6-8-0 9 12-17-0 6-9-0 9 12-18-0 6-9-0 (10) 13-18-0 6-9-0 9 14-18-0 6-9-0 9 15-18-0 6-9-0 9 15-19-0 6-9-0 (10) 15-20-0 6-9-0 (11) 15-21-0 6-10-0 9 16-21-0 7-10-0 9 16-22-0 7-11-0 9 16-23-0 7-11-0 9 17-23-0 7-11-0 9 17-24-0 7-12-0 9 17-25-09 7-13-0 9 18-25-0 8-13-0 9 19-25-0 9-13-0 9 19-26-0 9-14-0 9 19-27-0 9-15-0 9 19-28-0 9-16-0 9 20-28-0 10-16-0 9 20-29-0 10-17-0 9 21-29-0 10-17-0 9 22-29-0 11-17-0 9 23-29-0 12-17-0 9 23-30-0 12-18-0

Pitcher of Record Attend Time Ferguson, An (W 1-0) 216 2:36 Benes, D. (L 0-1) 379 2:35 Riley, D. (L 0-1) 107 2:34 Ferguson, An (L 1-1) 142 2:13 Ware, C. (W 1-0) 247 3:40 Jones, J. (L 0-1) 5289 3:41 Benes, D. (L 0-2) 149 Ware, C. (W 2-0) 573 2:20 Jones, J. (L 0-2) 405 2:27 Lambert, N. (W 1-0) 376 3:10 Benes, D. (W 1-2) 317 2:23 Lambert, N. (W 2-0) 317 1:51 Ferguson, An (L 1-2) 259 3:43 Jones, J. (L 0-3) 115 3:00 Riley, D. (L 0-2) 415 3:10 Benes, D. (W 2-2) 572 3:05 Lee, J. (L 0-1) 781 3:15 Ware, C (W 3-0) 1026 3:12 Lambert, N. (W 3-0) 938 4:07 Lambert, N. (L 3-0) 611 3:29 Benes, D. (L 2-03) 175 2:49 Bullington (W 1-0) 424 2:19 Jones, J. (L 0-4) 277 3:10 Lee, J. (W 1-1) 277 2:55 Ferguson, An. (L 1-3) 5558 3:10 Benes, D. (W 3-3) 347 3:10 Ware, C. (L 3-1) 341 2:35 Jones, J. (L 0-5) 486 2:49 Lee, J. (L 1-2) 356 3:15 Riley, D. (L 0-3) 141 3:00 Lambert, N. (W 4-1) 523 3:11 Ware, C. (W 4-1) 257 2:27 Ferguson, An.(W 2-3) 337 2:33 Bullington (L 1-1) 286 2:45 Benes, D. (L 3-4) 302 2:55 Bullington (L 1-2) 428 3:25 Ferguson, An. (W 3-3) 331 2:57 Lee, J. (L 2-2) 467 2:35 Riley, D. (L 0-4) 77 2:33 Lambert, C. (W 1-0) 1077 4:06 Ware, C. (L 4-2) 124 2:37 Ferguson, An. (L 3-4) 162 3:09 Lee, J. (W 2-3) 149 2:54 Ware, C. (W 5-2) 289 3:02 Ferguson, An. (L 4-4) 279 3:04 Lee, J. (L 2-4) 278 2:55 Ware, C. (L 5-3) 356 2:55 Ferguson, An. (W 4-5) 472 3:00 Bullington (L 1-3) 246 3:25 Benes, D. (W 4-4) 272 2:20 Bullington (W 2-3) 514 3:32 Ferguson, An. (W 5-5) 514 3:02 Lee, J. (L 2-5) 441 2:31

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RED WOLVES’ RECORD BOOK

Josh Yates

Brett Kinning

Keith Horn

Tim Maloney

All-America Josh Yates - 2006, 07 Geoff Desmond - 2005 Wayne Pitcock - 1968 Dana Ryan -1967 George Glenn -1964-66

NCAA District VI All-Region Tim Maloney -1983 Rick Poe -1980 Rusty Bourg -1968 Jim Callaway -1967-68 Steve Morrison -1968 Wayne Pitcock -1968 Dick Bethune -1967 Bob Browning -1967 Jim Mueller -1967 Dana Ryan -1967 George Glenn -1964

ABCA All-South Central Region First Team Josh Yates - 2006 Geoff Desmond - 2005 Brett Kinning - 2005 Matt Bryant -1997 Second Team Chris Rich - 2004 Reed Bredensteiner -2000 L. A. Bowman -1998 Michael Clay -1998 John Hayduk -1998 Jay Akin -1997

NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team Toby Anglen -1994 Brandon Harris -1994 Keith Horn -1994

Geoff Desmond

Wayne Pitcock

All Conference Teams All-Sun Belt

First Team T.J. Brewer - 2007 Josh Yates - 2006 Brett Kinning - 2005 Geoff Desmond - 2005 Chris Rich - 2005 L. A. Bowman -1998 Michael Clay -1998 Matt Bryant -1998 Keith Horn -1995 Toby Anglen -1995 Shane Eaker -1993 Chris Unrat -1993 Second Team Murray Watts - 2009 Chase Ware - 2008 Ryan Hudgins - 2007 Josh Yates - 2007 Chris Rich - 2004 Brad Burkhead - 2004 Matt Rogelstad - 2003 Reed Bredensteiner -1999-2000 Clint Helpenstill -2000 John Hayduk -1998 Brad Hayes -2002 Aaron New -1998 Randy Sugg -1998 Jay Akin -1996-97 Mark Dobson -1996 Chris Floyd -1994-95 Derek Alferson -1993-94 Keith Horn -1993 Randy Phillips -1992 Conference Tournament MVP Keith Horn -1994

All-American South First Team Bobby Pickett -1991 Second Team

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Dana Ryan

T.J. Brewer

Matt Whiteside Kevin Tate -1990 Player of the Year Matt Whiteside -1990

All-Southland Tim Maloney -1981-83 Jim Osment -1983 Rob Kline -1981 Rick Poe -1980 Junior Cooper -1979 Jon Harness -1977 John Davis -1975 Larry Elmore -1974-75 Brad Emerson -1974 Pete Davis -1971, 1973 Tommy Fowler-1973 Charles Blackburn-1972 David Rundk-1971 Larry Moffett-1970 Rusty Bourg-1967, 1969-70 Jim Mueller-1967-69 Wayne Pitcock-1968-69 Dana Ryan-1967-68 Criss McGuire-1968 Jim Callaway-1965-67 Bob Browning-1965-67 George Glenn-1964, 1966 Dick Bethune-1966 Bob Webb-1965 Jim Green-1965 Ed Croft-1965 Gary Everett-1965 Jerry Hudgins-1964 Joe Tomlinson-1964 National Coach of the Year J.A. Tomlinson-1967 Sun Belt Coach of the Year Bill Bethea-1994 American South Coach of the Year Richard Johnson-1990 Southland Coach of the Year Richard Johnson-1982

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RED WOLVES’ RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Batting Records Games Played Season: 64-Chris Floyd, 1994 Career: 227-Chris Floyd, 1992-95 Consecutive Games Started Career: 224 - Chris Floyd, 1992-95 191 - Guy Brown, 2006-09 Highest Batting Average Season: .425-Rick Poe, 1980 (54-for-127) Career: .376-Bob Howard, 1955-56 (64-for-170) At Bats Game: Season: Career:

8-Bill Smith vs. St. Louis, 1960 249-Chris Floyd, 1994 805-Chris Floyd, 1992-95

Runs Scored Game: 5-Isaac Dillon vs. UNO, 2005; Shane Shewmake vs. Memphis State, 1992; Jess Bucy vs. Ozarks, 1951 Season: 66-Geoff Desmond, 2005 Career: 228-Chris Floyd, 1992-95 Hits Game: Season: Career:

6-Shane Eaker vs. Ark.-Little Rock, 1992 87-Brett Kinning, 2005 228-Chris Floyd, 1992-95

Hitting Streaks Consecutive Games:

28-Kevin Tate, 1991

Runs Batted In Game: 8-Shane Eaker vs. Ark.-Little Rock, 1992 Season: 72-Geoff Desmond, 2005 Career: 137-Aaron New, 1996-98 Doubles Game:

Season: Career:

3-Drew Benes vs. Southeast Missouri, 2008; Hudson Smart at FIU, 2005; Brad Hayes vs. UIC, 2004; John Nichol vs. Ark.-Little Rock, 1996; Cody Allison vs. Memphis, 1996; TobyAnglen vs. Freed Hardeman, 1995; Toby Anglen vs. TexasSan Antonio, 1994; Jerry Berry vs. Memphis State, 1972; Stan Williams vs. North Dakota, 1968; Bob Howard vs. Centenary, 1955. 23 - Josh Yates, 2006 46- Brad Hayes, 2002-04.

Triples Game:

2-Pete Davis vs. Alabama, 1970; Jim Shaneyfelt vs. Ozarks, 1951; Rich Juricic vs. Southern Illinois, 1951. Season: 7 - Tim Maloney, 1982; Rich Juricic, 1951. Career: 10 - Jerome Miller, 1976-79; Pete Davis, 1970-73

Season: Career:

Kevin Maloney vs, Christian Brothers, 1981 29-Jerome Miller, 1978 84-Jerome Miller, 1976-79

Base on Balls Game: 4- Murray Watts vs. WKU, 2009; Brad Burkhead vs. WKU, 2004; Justin Fowler vs. Mississippi, 1997; Aaron New vs. Texas-Pan American, 1997; Larry Michael vs. Ark.-Little Rock, 1992; Matt Bryant vs. Indiana State, 1996; Randy Burger vs. Texas-Pan American, 1982; Jerome Stone vs. Harding, 1982; Bob Washington vs. SW Louisiana, 1976; Robbie Finch vs. Murray State, 1963; Neil Abel vs.Memphis State, 1958; Andy Morris vs. Memphis State, 1958; Jim Shaneyfelt vs. Henderson State, 1952; Dan Smigay vs. Memphis Navy, 1951. Season: 49-Matt Bryant, 1996. Career: 109-Jerome Stone, 1980-83. Strikeouts Game: 5-Aaron New vs. Louisiana Tech, 1997; John Koldus vs. Memphis State, 1953 Season: 61- Drew Benes, 2008 Career: 134-Jeff Kelley, 1995-98 Sacrifices Game: 3-Stan Williams vs. Trinity, 1970 Season: 12-Dean Roberts, 1979. Career: 27-L.A. Bowman, 1995-98; Chris Floyd, 1992-95 Hit By Pitch Season: 23-Derek Alferman, 1994 Career: 45-Derek Alferman, 1993-94

Pitching Records Appearances Season: 32-Nick Lambert, 2007 Career: 102 - Nick Lambert, 2006-09 Relief Appearances Season: 32 - Nick Lambert, 2007 Career: 98 - Nick Lambert, 2006-09 Games Started Season: 19-Jon David French, 1994 Career: 39-Calvin Key, 1994-97; Keith Horn, 1993-95

Innings Pitched Game: 13-Matt Whiteside vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Season: 128.0-Jon David French, 1994 Career: 303.0-Rusty Bourg, 1967-70 Lowest Earned Run Average Season: 0.90-Jim McKay, 1961 (30 inn.) Career: 2.31-Charles Blackburn, 1970-73 (242 inn.) Most Earned Runs Allowed Game: 14-Jim Roth, vs. Texas A&M, 1985 Season: 68-John Hayduk, 1999 Career: 172-Matt Whiteside, 1987-90 Most Runs Allowed Game: 15-Bob Montgomery vs. New Orleans, 1974 Season: 88-Matt Gordon, 1991 Career: 235-Matt Whiteside, 1987-90 Strikeouts Game: Season: Career:

Hits Allowed Game: 16-Mark Dobson vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1998; Jason Benson vs. Lamar, 1996; Jim Roth vs. Texas A&M, 1985 Season: 162-Jason Benson, 1996 Career: 320-Matt Whiteside, 1987-90 Most Bases on Balls Allowed Game: 11-Doug Walters vs. McNeese State, 1975 Season: 56-Bill Taylor, 1982; Calvin Key, 1996 Career: 148-Bill Taylor, 1982-84

Fielding Records Putouts Game:

Season: Career: Assists Game:

Complete Games Season: 11-Matt Whiteside, 1990 Career: 29-Rusty Bourg, 1967-70 Saves Season: Career:

7-Randy Walker, 1981 11-Blake Ring, 2003-2005 11-Tim Egart, 2006-2007

Home Runs Game: 3-Kevin Kull Jr. at UALR, 2005; Randy Sugg vs. Austin Peay State, 1998 Season: 20-Geoff Desmond, 2005 Career: 29-Aaron New, 1996-98

Shutouts Season:

Total Bases Game: 13-Kevin Kull Jr. at UALR, 2005 Season: 167-Geoff Desmond, 2005 Career: 306-Aaron New, 1996-98

Victories Season: Career:

11-Keith Horn, 1994 25-Rusty Bourg, 1967-70

Stolen Bases Game: 4- John David Pattillo vs. Delta State, 1988; Kevin Maloney vs. Harding, 1983;

Losses Season: Career:

10-John Hayduk, 1999 25-Matt Whiteside, 1987-90

Career:

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18-Keith Horn vs. Memphis, 1995 117-Aubrey Gatewood, 1959 251-Rusty Bourg, 1967-70

Errors Game:

Season: Career:

18-Geoff Desmond vs. UTA, 2005; Cody Allison vs. Memphis, 1995; Josh Gibson vs. Kansas State, 1960; John Duke Smith vs. Southwestern, 1954. 492-Geoff Desmond, 2005 929-Shane Eaker, 1992-93 8- Mike Sirianni vs. Ole Miss, 2004; Matt Rogelstad vs. Harding, 2003; Matt Bryant vs. Lambuth, 1996; Chris Floyd vs. Western Kentucky, 1995; Chris Floyd vs. Lamar, 1995; Chris Floyd vs. Memphis, 1994; Joey Lewis vs. SW Missouri State, 1992; Steve Brock vs. Harding, 1991; Henry Washington vs. McNeese State, 1976; Bobby Browning vs. Trinity, 1966; Darrell Arnold vs. Mississippi, 1956; Bobby Spann vs. Arkansas Tech, 1952 Season: 195-Chris Floyd, 1994 Career: 687-Chris Floyd, 1992-95 4-Jim Loflin vs. Memphis State, 1991; Brad Emerson vs. McNeese State, 1974; Bobby Browning vs. Northwest ern, 1969; Jim Keller vs. Memphis State, 1964; Josh Gibson vs. St. Louis, 1959; John Cook vs. Henderson State, 1952 29-John David Pattillo, 1989 72-Chris Floyd, 1992-95

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Hitting Streaks 28-Kevin Tate, 1991 20-Cody Pace, 2009 20-Kevin Tate, 1988-89 20-Greg Crow, 1995-96 17-Chris Rich, 2004 17-Shane Eaker, 1992 16-Matt Bryant, 1996 16-Willie Olivas, 1996 15-Brock Buckingham, 2001 15-Matt Bryant, 1997 15-Kortney Paul, 1994 14-Mike Sirianni, 2004 14-Kyle Brunen, 2000 14-Jerome Miller, 1978 13-Brad Burkhead, 2004 13-Kent Brunen, 2000 13-Shane Eaker, 1993 13-Dana Ryan, 1967 13-Kevin Kull Jr., 2005 13-Brett Kinning, 2005 13-Geoff Desmond, 2005 13-Lawson Hipps, 2008 Doubles 23-Josh Yates, 2006 20-Chris Rich, 2005 20-Chris Rich, 2004 20-Shane Eaker, 1992 19-Geoff Desmond, 2005 19-John Nichol, 1996 18-Ryan Hudgins, 2007 18-Brad Hayes, 2004 18-Brad Hayes, 2002 18-Josh Langford, 1998 18-L.A. Bowman, 1998 18-Matt Bryant, 1997 17-Aaron New, 1997 17-Todd Rhoades, 1997 17-Toby Anglen, 1994 16-Murray Watts, 2009 16-Drew Benes, 2008 16- Brandon Eller, 2008 16-Brett Kinning, 2006 16-Ryan Corrigan, 2000 16-Michael Clay, 1998 16-Jeff Kelley, 1998 16-L.A. Bowman, 1997

Total Bases 167-Geoff Desmond, 2005 139-Josh Yates, 2006 131-Chris Rich, 2005 129 - Todd Baumgartner, 2009 128-Michael Clay, 1998 127-Brett Kinning, 2005 126-Ryan Hudgins, 2007 120-Chris Rich, 2004 119-Matt Bryant, 1997 118-Brett Kinning, 2006 118-Toby Anglen, 1995 117-Kortney Paul, 1994 114- Brad Hayes, 2004 114-Aaron New, 1997 112-Bobby Pickett, 1991 111-Matt Rogelstad, 2003 110-Brad Burkhead, 2004 107-Murray Watts, 2009 107-Justin Fowler, 1997 106-Reed Bredensteiner, 1999 105-Blake Denischuk, 2003 105-Shane Eaker, 1992 104-Michael Williams, Jr., 2006 104-L.A. Bowman, 1998 103-L.A. Bowman, 1997 103- Chris Floyd, 1994 Runs Batted In 72-Geoff Desmond, 2005 62-Josh Yates, 2006 55-Kortney Paul, 1994 54-Michael Clay, 1998 53-Chris Rich, 2004 52-Toby Anglen, 1994 51-Shane Eaker, 1992 49-Chris Rich, 2005 48-Aaron New, 1998 48-Willie Olivas, 1993 48-Reed Bredensteiner, 1999 46-Blake Denischuk, 2002 46-Aaron New, 1998 45-Ryan Hudgins, 2007 45-Brad Hayes, 2004 44-Murray Watts, 2009 43-Todd Baumgartner, 2009 43-Aaron New, 1997 43-Chris Unrat, 1993 42-Brett Kinning, 2005 42-Hudson Smart, 2005

Triples 7-Richard Juricic, 1951 7-Tim Maloney, 1982 6-J.C. Smithers, 1949 6-Mack Cothern, 1950 6-Criss McGuire, 1967 Home Runs 20-Geoff Desmond, 2005 15-Michael Clay, 1998 15-Bobby Pickett, 1991 13-Josh Yates, 2006 13-Reed Bredensteiner, 1999 12- Brad Burkhead, 2004 12-Blake Denischuk, 2003 11-Ryan Hudgins, 2007 11-Josh Yates, 2007 11-Chris Rich, 2005 10-Murray Watts, 2009 10-Brad Hayes, 2004 10-Aaron New, 1998 10-Aaron New, 1997 10-Kortney Paul, 1994 10-Chris Unrat, 1993 10-Junior Cooper, 1979 9-Michael Williams, Jr., 2006 9-Brett Kinning, 2005 9-Chris Rich, 2004 9-Kyle Brunen, 2000

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Stolen Bases 29-Jerome Miller, 1978 28-Jerome Miller, 1977 28-Kevin Maloney, 1983 25-Jerome Stone, 1982 25-John David Pattillo, 1989 23-Tim Maloney, 1982 23-Jerome Stone, 1983 23-Derek Alferman, 1993 Base on Balls 49-Matt Bryant, 1996 44-Murray Watts, 2009 44-Jerome Stone, 1982 42-Derek Alferson, 1994 42-Jon Richie, 1999 40-Aaron New, 1997 38-Bob Cameras, 1977 37-Brock Buckingham, 2001 37-Toby Anglen, 1994 36-Brock Buckingham, 2002 36-Blake Denischuk, 2002 36-Bob Worthington, 1996

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RED WOLVES’ RECORD BOOK Strikeouts 65-Elliot Jacobs, 2006 61-Drew Benes, 2008 54-Kyle Brunen, 2001 52-Kent Brunen, 2000 51-Isaac Dillon, 2004 50-Jeff Kelley, 1997 47-Jeff Kelley, 1998 46-Justin Fowler, 1997 46-Aaron New, 1996 45-Blake Denischuk, 2002 45-Junior Cooper, 1977 633 in 1999 (56 games) 628 in 2005 (56 games)

Pitching Lowest Earned Run Average (Minimum one IP per team game) 0.90-Jim McKay, 1961 (30 IP) 1.56-Tommy Phillips, 1957 (23 IP) 1.62-John Ferriell, 1969 (44.1 IP) 1.68-Charles Blackburn, 1970 (32 IP) 1.71-Jerry Dean, 1950 (63 IP) 1.93-Paul Frets, 1955 (38 IP) 1.96-Jay Akin, 1997 (110 IP) 1.96-Charles Blackburn, 1972 (78.1 IP) 2.03-Bob Sherrill, 1968 (39.2 IP) Victories 11-Keith Horn, 1994 10-Jon David French, 1994 9-Jay Akin, 1996 8-Taylor Fowler, 2005 8-Ryan Hamilton, 2004 8-Tony Arthur, 2001 8-Jay Akin, 1997 8-Chad Soden, 1995 8-Keith Horn, 1995 8-Randy Phillips, 1992 8-Charles Blackburn, 1971 8-Rusty Bourg, 1970 Appearances 32-Nick Lambert, 2007 31-Brad Thomas, 2002 30-Ryan Hamilton, 2003 29-Chris Bullington, 2009 29-Stephen Tharp, 2004 29-Clint Helpenstill, 1999 26-Nick Lambert, 2008 26-Tim Egart, 2007 26-Tim Egart, 2006 26-Doug Walter, 2005 26-Ryan Hamilton, 2004 26-Matt Hicks, 2004 26-Mark Dobson, 1996 25-Nick Lambert, 2008 25-Chris Bullington, 2008 25-Blake Ring, 2004 25-Blake Ring, 2003 24-Ryan Hamilton, 2002 24-Clint Helpenstill, 2000 24-Brian Anderson, 1993 23-Brandon Westmoreland, 2005 23-Tommy Goforth, 2001 23-John Anderson, 2001 23-Anthony McMasters, 1996 Innings Pitched 128-Jon David French, 1994 123 2/3-Jason Benson, 1996 122-Tony Arthur, 2001 118 2/3-Keith Horn, 1994 116 1/3-Jay Akin, 1996 113 1/3-Keith Horn, 1995 111 2/3-Matt Whiteside, 1990 110 1/3-Mark Dobson, 1998 110 1/3-Jay Akin, 1997 109-Jody Petty, 2003

109 1/3-Robby Cuffia, 2001 Walks Allowed 56-Bill Taylor, 1982 (61.2 IP) 55-Brinn Williford, 1980 (52.2 IP) 54-Mark Dobson, 1998 (110.1 IP) 54-Matt Gordon, 1991 (82.1 IP) 52-A.L. Gatewood, 1959 (84.1 IP) 50-Steve Speilman, 1978 (59 IP) Strikeouts 117-A.L. Gatewood, 1959 (84.1 IP) 111-Mark Dobson, 1998 (110.1 IP) 106-Keith Horn, 1995 (113.1 IP) 98-T.J. Brewer, 2007 (90.1 IP) 95-Matt Whiteside, 1990 (111.2 IP) 92-Jerry Hudgins, 1964 (98.1 IP) 88-Ryan Hamilton, 2004 (68.2 IP) 87-Tony Arthur, 2001 (122 IP) 87-Jon David French, 1994 (128 IP)

Fielding Highest Fielding Percentage 1.000-Randy Sugg, 1997 (118 chances) 1.000-Steve Carson, 1985 (155 chances) 1.000-Greg Crow, 1995 (119 chances) 1.000-Nick Martin, 2001 (120 chances) .997-Chris Prothro, 2005 (312 chances) .997-Aaron New, 1998 (394 chances) .995-Randy Sugg, 1998 (217 chances) .995-Cody Allison, 1996 (195 chances) .995-Dusty Sexton, 2003 (417 chances) .994-Geoff Desmond, 2004 (362 chances) .993-Drew Benes, 2008 (414 chances) .991-Brandon Eller, 2009 (425 chances) .989-Brandon Eller, 2007 (474 chances) .986-Lawson Hipps, 2008 (369 chances) .984-Todd Baumgartner, 2009 (123 chances) .983-Drew Rogers, 2006 (300 chances) Putouts 492-Geoff Desmond, 2005 488-Shane Eaker, 1993 481-Kent Brunen, 2001 441-Shane Eaker, 1992 434-Brandon Eller, 2007 425-Brandon Eller, 2009 417-Dusty Sexton, 2003 414-Bart McMillen, 1995 405-Elliot Jacobs, 2006 402-Aaron New, 1997 388-Kortney Paul, 1994 Assists 195-Chris Floyd, 1994 189-Chris Floyd, 1995 181-Matt Bryant, 1996 175-Brock Buckingham, 2001 165-Matt Bales, 1999 161-Matt Bryant, 1997 158-Chris Floyd, 1993 157-Ryan Hudgins, 2008 156-L.A. Bowman, 1998 155-L.A. Bowman, 1997 155-Chris Rich, 2005 Errors 29-John David Pattillo, 1989 26-Chris Floyd, 1993 25-George Sterner, 2002 22-Jordan Kimball, 2009 22-Mike Sirianni, 2004 22-Chris Rich, 2005 21-Mark Stephens, 1982 20-Jerome Stone, 1982 20-Bobby Bailey, 1990 20-Jim Loflin, 1990 20-Bobby Bailey, 1991 20-Chad Cole, 1999

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TEAM RECORDS Batting Records At Bats Game: 61 vs. Murray State, 1960 Season: 2,146-1994 Runs Scored Game: 28 vs. Memphis State, 1992 Season: 429-2005 Hits Game: 26 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1994 Season: 632-2005 Runs Batted In Game: 26 vs. Memphis State, 1992 Season: 390-2005 Doubles Game: 7 vs. UTM, 2005; at UALR, 2005; vs. Memphis State, 1991; 7 vs. Mississippi, 1976; Season: 135-2005 Triples Game: 5 vs. North Dakota St., 1956 Season: 20-1949 Home Runs Game: 8 at UALR, 2005 Season: 78-2005 Total Bases Game: 56 at Arkansas-Little Rock, 2005 Season: 1023-2005 Stolen Bases Game: 10 vs. Southwestern, 1953 10 vs. Arkansas Tech, 1952 Season: 91-1982,1983 Base on Balls Game: 18 vs. Arkansas College, 1994 Season: 292-1994 Strikeouts Game: 18 vs. Lamar, 1995 Season: 440-1999 Left on Base Game: 18 vs. New Orleans, 2003 Season: 530-1994 Batting Average High: .314-2005 Low: .162-1963 Runs per game High: 7.90-1956 Low: 2.50-1963 Hits per game High: 11.29-2005 Low: 4.81-1963 Walks per game High: 5.95-1952 Low: 2.77-1970 Strikeouts per game High: 8.26-1965 Low: 3.61-1975

Pitching Records Most Innings Pitched Game: 22 vs. Murray State, 1961 Season: 553.7-1994 Most Strikeouts Game: 18 vs. Memphis, 1995 18 vs. Kansas State, 1960 Season: 407-1994 Most Walks Game: 16 vs. Northern Illinois, 1981 16 vs. Murray State, 1975 Season: 246-1990 Most Runs Allowed Game: 27 vs. Washington (Mo.), 1956 Season: 425-1999 Most Earned Runs Allowed Game: 24 vs. New Orleans, 2008 Season: 334-1999 Hits Allowed Game: 25 vs. New Orleans, 1989; vs. Wash ington (Mo.), 1956; vs. New Orleans,

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RED WOLVES’ RECORD BOOK Season: 582-1999, 2000 Earned Run Average High: 7.98-1990 Low: 2.55-1968 Runs Allowed per Game High: 9.16-1991 Low: 3.24-1971 Hits Allowed per Game High: 11.31-1991 Low: 6.29-1967 Walks per Game High: 6.00-1952 Low: 2.55-1970 Strikeouts per Game High: 8.75-1959 Low: 2.79-1948 Fielding Records Putouts Game: Season: Assists Game: Season: Errors Game:

66 vs. Murray State, 1961 1,662-1994 21 vs. Mississippi State, 1976 21 vs. NATTC, 1951 708-1994

9 vs. Memphis, 2009; vs. Memphis State, 1991; vs. Ark.Little Rock, 1983; vs. Louisiana Tech, 1959;vs. Kansas State, 1954; vs Hen derson State, 1952 Season: 137-1991 Double Plays Game: 5 vs. Arkansas Tech, 1952 Season: 59-1998, 1994 Fielding Percentage High: .972-1998 Low: .890-1952 Miscellaneous Records Games Played High: 64-1994 Low: 17-1957 Games Won High: 39-1994 Low: 5-1980 Games Lost High: 38-1999, 1990 Low: 7-1956 Consecutive Games Won Season: 11-1968 Consecutive Games Lost Season: 19-1980 Conference Wins High: 20-1995 (Sun Belt) Low: 1- 1991 (America South) Conference Losses High: 26-1999 (Sun Belt) Low: 3-1973, 1970 (Southland) Won-Lost Percentage High: .757 (26-8-1; 1967) Low: .122 (5-36; 1980) SEASON TEAM LEADERS Batting Highest Batting Average .314 in 2005 .307 in 1998 .296 in 2009 .296 in 1997 .294 in 1956 .291 in 1994 .289 in 1988 .288 in 2004 Runs 429 in 414 in 367 in 364 in

2005 1994 1998 2006

(56 (64 (50 (52

games) games) games) games)

361 in 2004 (57 games) 348 in 1995 (57 games) 337 in 2009 (53 games) 329 in 1993 (59 games) 323 in 1996 (59 games)

368 in 2007 (55 games) 357 in 2008 (55 games) 344 in 1997 (53 games) 342 in 2006 (52 games) 337 in 2009 (53 games) 334 in 2003 (55 games) 326 in 1998 (50 games)

Hits 632 in 2005 (56 games) 624 in 1994 (64 games) 576 in 2004 (57 games) 562 in 2006 (52 games) 557 in 2009 (53 games) 550 in 1998 (50 games) 541 in 2002 (58 games) 538 in 2007 (55 games) 538 in 2003 (55 games) 526 in 1995 (57 games) Doubles 135 in 2005 124 in 2004 121 in 1998 118 in 1997 117 in 1994 115 in 2006 112 in 2008 108 in 2000 107 in 2002 104 in 2007 Triples 20 in 1949 17 in 1955 16 in 1956 16 in 1967

(56 (57 (50 (53 (64 (52 (55 (55 (58 (55

Bases on Balls 292 in 1994 (64 games) 278 in 1996 (59 games) 249 in 1982 (44 games) 248 in 1995 (57 games) 245 in 2002 (58 games) 242 in 2009 (53 games) 231 in 1997 (53 games) Stolen Bases 91 in 1982 (44 91 in 1983 (34 61 in 2006 (52 60 in 1977 (49 56 in 1951 (24

games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games)

(23 (22 (21 (35

games) games) games) games)

Home Runs 78 in 2005 (56 60 in 1998 (50 57 in 2006 (52 55 in 1997 (53 53 in 2004 (57 49 in 2003 (55 46 in 2007 (55 42 in 1999 (56

games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games)

Left on Base 530 in 1994 (64 games) 525 in 2009 (53 games) 503 in 2002 (58 games) 494 in 1996 (59 games) 449 in 2005 (56 games) 449 in 2003 (55 games) 447 in 1995 (57 games) Pitching Lowest Earned Run Average 2.55 in 1968 2.60 in 1967 2.65 in 1963 2.80 in 1971 2.86 in 1966 Hits Allowed 582 in 1999 (56 582 in 2000 (55 579 in 2005 (56 573 in 2004 (57 570 in 2007 (55 569 in 1994 (64 563 in 2008 (55 553 in 2002 (58 541 in 2006 (52 541 in 2001 (58

Runs Batted In 390 in 2005 (56 games) 352 in 1994 (64 games) 324 in 2004 (57 games) 320 in 2006 (52 games) 318 in 1998 (50 games) 313 in 1995 (57 games) 291 in 2009 (53 games) 289 in 1997 (53 games) 288 in 1993 (59 games)

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games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games)

Most Runs Allowed 425 in 1999 (56 games) 412 in 1991 (45 games) 395 in 2007 (55 games) 393 in 1990 (49 games) 384 in 2006 (52 games) 370 in 2008 (55 games) 358 in 2005 (56 games) 357 in 2000 (55 games) 350 in 2009 (53 games) 350 in 2004 (57 games)

Total Bases 1023 in 2005 (56 games) 889 in 2004 (57 games) 866 in 2006 (52 games) 863 in 1998 (50 games) 860 in 1994 (64 games) 814 in 1997 (53 games) 804 in 2007 (55 games) 804 in 2003 (55 games) 786 in 2009 (53 games) 785 in 2002 (58 games) 753 in 2000 (55 games) Strikeouts 440 in 1999 407 in 2004 398 in 2002 396 in 2001 380 in 2000

games) games) games) games) games)

Most Earned Runs Allowed 334 in 1999 (56 games) 322 in 1990 (49 games) 320 in 2006 (52 games) 315 in 2008 (55 games) 304 in 2007 (55 games) 298 in 2000 (55 games) 296 in 2005 (56 games) 296 in 1991 (45 games) 294 in 2004 (57 games) 294 in 2009 (53 games) 288 in 2001 (58 games)

games) games) games) games) games)

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RED WOLVES’ RECORD BOOK Strikeouts 407 in 1994 392 in 2009 384 in 2007 382 in 1995 374 in 2004 363 in 1997 363 in 2008 361 in 2002 355 in 2005 352 in 2006 351 in 2003

(64 (53 (55 (57 (57 (53 (55 (58 (56 (52 (55

games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games)

Walks Allowed 246 in 1990 (49 241 in 1994 (64 241 in 1993 (59 238 in 1989 (45 237 in 1980 (41

games) games) games) games) games)

Innings Pitched 553.2 in 1994 504.2 in 1996 503 in 2001 501.1 in 2002 491.2 in 1995 490.1 in 2005 486.1 in 2003 484. in 2007 Fielding Highest Fielding Percentage .972 in 1998 .971 in 2001 .970 in 1994 .969 in 1995 .968 in 1996 .966 in 2008

Longest Losing Streaks 19 in 1980 15 in 1991

.964 in 1997 .962 in 2005 .962 in 2004 Putouts 1662 in 1994 1514 in 1996 1509 in 2001 1504 in 2002 1482 in 2004 1475 in 1995 1471 in 2005 1459 in 2003 Assists 708 in 1994 665 in 1996 664 in 2001 636 in 1995 633 in 1999 628 in 2005

(64 (59 (58 (58 (57 (57 (56 (55

(64 (59 (58 (57 (56 (56

games) games) games) games) games) games) games) games)

games) games) games) games) games) games)

Double Plays 59 in 1998 (50 games) 59 in 1994 (64 games) 57 in 1997 (53 games) 56 in 2001 (58 games) 50 in 2005 (56 games) 47 in 1996 (59 games) 49 in 2007 (55 games) Miscellaneous Longest Game 22 Innings (1961)-ASU vs. Murray State (9-9, tie) Longest Winning Streaks 11 in 1968 10 in 1993 9 in 1997 8 in 1994 8 in 2000

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All-Time Coaching Records

J. A. Tomlinson 29 years 1948-1976 363-425-7 (.461)

Richard Johnson 15 years 1977-1991 200-406-1 (.330)

Bill Bethea 11 years 1992-2002 311-310 (.501)

Keith Kessinger 5 years 2003-2008 151-178-1 (.459)

Tommy Raffo 1 Year 2009-Present 23-30

Red Wolves Baseball Year-by-Year Records Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Record 10-9 13-10 12-11 14-10 6-14 7-17 9-14 11-11 14-7 6-11 9-10 11-13 11-14-2 13-12 10-15 7-19 12-21 7-14-2 10-12-1 26-8-1 22-12-1 14-17

Pct. .526 .565 .522 .585 .300 .292 .391 .500 .667 .353 .474 .458 .444 .520 .400 .269 .364 .304 .457 .757 .643 .452

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

16-17 20-17 11-19 8-18 19-26 17-19 18-28 15-34 16-31 10-25 5-36 17-20 25-18-1 16-18 6-25 11-22 20-21 12-23 15-26 11-34 11-38 10-35 22-30

.485 .541 .367 .308 .422 .472 .391 .306 .340 .286 .122 .459 .579 .471 .194 .333 .488 .343 .366 .244 .224 .222 .423

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

33-26 39-25 37-20 32-27 35-18 30-20 18-38 20-35 22-36 23-35 24-31 29-28 33-23 22-30 23-32 20-34-1 23-30 1025-1319-9

.559 .609 .649 .542 .660 .600 .321 .364 .379 .397 .436 .508 .589 .423 .418 .363 .433 .435

Red Wolves in Post-Season Play Division I Playoffs 1994 Central Regional: Oklahoma 10, ASU 3 ASU 10, UT-San Antonio 5 ASU 4, Nevada 2 Texas 9, ASU 4 1970 District IV: Pan American 5, ASU 0 Texas 5, ASU 0

College Division Playoffs 1968 Midwest Regional: ASU 11, Northern Iowa 3 ASU 11, Mankato State 1

College World Series: Delta State 3, ASU 1

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ASU 10, Long Island 3 Delta State 4, ASU 3 1967 Midwest Regional: ASU 6, North Dakota 3 ASU 12, SEMO 6 North Dakota 7, ASU 6 Finals: ASU 9, North Dakota 6

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W 10 1 6 51 5 7 3 5 0 4 6 1 1 1 0 5 6 14 0 1 0 4 2 19 1 2 0 0 3 0 2 24 1 0 18 3 2 3 17 33 4 5 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 0 5 1 11 6 11 1 1 32 13 1 1 1 29 20 1 37 1 8 0 2 13 12 49 0 2 1 7 22 0 10 6 1 19 1

L 7 1 13 35 0 1 5 6 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 3 6 7 3 7 1 1 0 10 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 30 0 1 4 1 0 5 22 6 0 4 1 1 3 0 3 9 1 1 4 0 16 10 6 0 0 56 0 0 2 0 63 21 5 76 2 1 2 1 25 6 87 1 1 0 21 71 1 42 19 1 34 4

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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ASUASU LETTERMEN —A— Abel, Neil Akel, Abraham Akin, Jay Alexander, Glen Allen, Mike Allison, Cody Allison, Josh Amann, Rudolph Ammons, Bill Anderson, Brian Anderson, Jerry Anderson, John Anglen, Toby Appleby, Bob Arms, Kevin Arnold, Darrell Arnold, Kevin Arthur, Tony Arthur, Robert Austin, Pel Avant, Grey

1957, ‘58 1966 1996 ‘97 1977 1978 ‘79 1995 ‘96 2002 ‘03 ‘04 ‘06 1947 1948 ‘49 1993 ‘94 1988 ‘89 2000, ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 1994 ‘95 1947 1985 ‘86 1956 ‘57 1972 ‘73 ‘74 ‘75 2000, ‘01 1973 1947 ‘48 2006 ‘07 ‘08 —B— Barstad, Brandon 2002 Bailey, Bobby 1990 ‘91 Bakanac, Ben 1954 Bales, Matt 1999 Banks, John 1999 Banks, Scott 1999 Barber, Blake 1984 ‘85 ‘86 ‘87 Barham, Grover 1954 ‘55 ‘56 Barksdale, Aaron 1997 ‘98 Baucum, Hilton 1961 Baumgartner, Todd 2008 Baxter, Cade 2008 Beilsmith, Pat 1973 Benes, Drew 2008 Bennett, Brandon 2006 Benson, Jason 1996 ‘97 Bentley, Alfred 1960 ‘61 Berry, Jim 1970 ‘72 Bethune, Cecil 1965 ‘66 ‘67 Bevill, Jimmie 1962 ‘63 Biggs, Travis 1995 Bishop, Andrew 2005 Blackburn, Charles 1970 ‘71 ‘72 ‘73 Blackburn, Ryan 2007 ‘08 Blalack, Kearney 1971

Boeschen, Joel 2006 ‘08 Boever, Doug 1985 ‘86 Boucher, Todd 2006 Bouldin, Chris 1999 Bounous, Ben 1974 Bourg, Rusty 1967 ‘68 ‘69 ‘70 Bowlin, Jim 1958 ‘59 Bowman, Lloyd Allen ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 Bowman, Jim 1955 ‘56 ‘57 ‘58 Brady, Don 1955 Brasfield, Glenn 1964 Bredensteiner, Reed 1999 ‘00 Brewer, T.J. 2006, 07 Brock, Steve 1989 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 Brown, Guy 2006 ‘07 ‘08 Brown, Kyle 2003 ‘04 Brown, Lyn 1986 ‘87 Brown, Scott 1975 Browning, Bobby 1964 ‘65 ‘66 ‘67 Brunen, Kent 2000 ‘01 Brunen, Kyle 2000 ‘01 Bryant, Matt 1996 ‘97 Bucy, Jesse 1949 ‘50 ‘51 Buckingham, Brock 2001 ‘02 Bullington, Chris 2008 Burger, Randy 1982 ‘83 ‘84 Burke, Jim 1964 ‘65 ‘67 ‘68 Burkhead, Brad 2004, ‘05 Bussard, Todd 1998 ‘99 —C— Caldwell, Bill 1957 ‘58’ 59 ‘60 Callawaert, Jim 1971 ‘72 Callaway, Jim 1965 ‘66 ‘67 ‘68 Camien, Scott 1998 Campers, Vernon 1947 Camras, Bob 1975 ‘76 ‘77 Carda, Greg 1984 ‘85 Carlson, Scott 1998 Carr, Skipp 1981 Carrillo, Vic 1971 ‘72 Carson, Steve 1984 ‘85 ‘86 ‘87 Castleberry, Michael 2001 Cates, Daneil 2004 Chambers, Neal 2002 ‘03 Chapple, Gerald 1954 Childs, Ralph 1958 Clark, Mike 1979 Clay, Michael 1998

ASU No Hitters and One Hitters No Hitters - By ASU Pitchers Taylor Fowler vs. Northwestern, 2005 Len Manning/Joey Hector vs. Harding, 1993 Reggie Gatewood vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1991 Preston Parker vs. Texas Pan American, 1983 Rick Sanquist vs. Harding, 1981 Ernie Crone vs. Southern Illinois, 1951 No Hitters -Against ASU Arkansas-Little Rock-1990 Murray State-1971 Southern Illinois-1953 One Hitters-By ASU Pitchers Keith Horn vs. South Alabama, 1993 Brinn Williford vs. Ole Miss, 1978 Paul Williamson vs. Northern Iowa, 1977 Doug Walters vs. Northeast Louisiana, 1974 Rusty Bourg vs. Abilene Christian, 1970 A.L. Gatewood vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1959

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Cloud, Matt 1997 Coatney, Brooks 2002 Cobb, John 1947 Coggins, Wilburn 1954 Cole, Chad 1999 Coleman, Brian 1998 Coleman, Derrick 2008 Conley, Myron 1948 ‘49 Cook, John 1952 Cook, Scott 1990 ‘91 ‘92 Cooper, Eddie 1974 Cooper, Junior 1977 ‘78 ‘79 Copeland, Ken 1971 ‘72 ‘73 ‘74 Corrigan, Ryan 1999 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 Cothern, Mack 1949 ‘50 ‘51 Craft, Lance 1998 Crail, Orland 1955 Cramer, Brent 2002 ‘03 Crews, Jim 1948 Croft, Eddie 1964 ‘65 Crone, Ernie 1948 ‘49 ‘50 ‘51 Crow, Greg 1995 ‘96 Cuffia, Robby 2000 ‘01 Cunningham, Derek 2004 Cutler, Kevin 2002 —D— Darby, Ross 1992 ‘93 ‘94 Darling, Bryan 1994 ‘95 Darling, Don 1964 Daugherty, Fred 1951 Davis, Jeff 1970 ‘71 ‘73 Davis, John 1975 ‘76 Davis, Pete 1970 ‘71 ‘72 ‘73 Davis, Sandy 1980 ‘81 ‘82 ‘83 Davis, William 1965 Dawson, James 1962 ‘63 Deal, Larry 1963 Dean, Jerry 1948 ‘49 ‘50 ‘51 Deardorff, Kelley 1976 Dejohnette, Levi 2004 Denischuk, Blake 2002 ‘03 Denny, Don 1953 Denow, John 1952 Desmond, Geoff 2004 ‘05 Deuser, Rich 1970 ‘71 ‘72 ‘73 Dickey, John 1947 ‘48 Dickson, Graham 1948 Dickson, Josh 2000 Dicus, Ricky 1984 Dillon, Isaac 2004 ‘05 Dixon, Jake 1996 Doan, Kory 2000 Dobson, Mark 1995 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 Dohoho, Ernie 1949 Doke, Tyler 2006, 07 Douglas, Monte 2003 ‘04 ‘05 Dove, Jon 2002 ‘03 Downing, Kevin 1992 Downs, 1950 Drace, Joe 1969 ‘70 Dunston, Brian 1987 ‘88 ‘89 Duclos, Ryan 2005 ‘06 —E— Eaker, Shane 1992 ‘93 East, David 1950 ‘56 ‘57 Eastmomd, Roland 1994 Edmondson, James 1974 Egart, Tim 2006 ‘07 Eller, Brandon 2006 ‘07 ‘08 Ellis, Tony 1979

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Elmore, Larry Emerson, Brad Epperhart, Brant Erickson, Keith Evans, Ben Evans, Chris Everett, Gary Everett, Terry

1972 ‘73 ‘74 ‘75 1974 ‘75 1998 ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 1971 1997 2007 1962 ‘63 ‘64 1960 ‘61 ‘62

—F— Farley, Norman 1949 ‘50 ‘51 Farrell, Matt 1998 ‘99 Farrell, Sandy 1998 Faulkner, Kevin 1990 Ferriell, John 1968 ‘69 ‘70 ‘71 Ferguson, Aaron 2007 ‘08 Ferguson, Andy 2008 Finsh, Robbie 1963 Flack, Chad 1996 Flagg, Mark 1995 Fleischmann, Chris 1991 Flood, Mike 1994 ‘95 Floyd, Chris 1992 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 Floring, Phil 1965 ‘67 Ford, John 1966 ‘67 ‘68 Ford, Josh 2006 Fowler, Justin 1997 Fowler, Taylor 2005 Fowler, Tommy 1971 ‘72 ‘73 ‘74 Fowler, Taylor 2006 French, Danny 1981 ‘82 ‘83 French, Jon David 1994 ‘95 Frets, Paul 1955 ‘56 Frey, Tommy 1969 —G— Gaines, Richard 1996 Gannon, Jim 1952 ‘53 Gates, Nathan 2006, 07 Gatewood, Aubrey 1957 ‘58 ‘59 Gatewood, Reggie 1990 ‘91 Gatlin, Bill 1955 Gerdes, Cloyce 1953 ‘54 ‘55 Gibbs, Joe 1950 ‘51 Gibson, John 1959 ‘60 ‘61 ‘62 Glenn, Justin 2002 ‘03 Glenn, George 1963 ‘64 ‘65 ‘66 Godfrey, Jimmy 2001 Goetz, Corey 2001 ‘03 ‘04 Goforth, Tommy 2000 ‘01 Golden, Joe 1952 ‘53 ‘54 Gomez, Jose 1992 ‘93 Goodman, Bob 1955 Goodman, Sonny 1959 Goodwin, Tyler 2005, 07 Gordon, Matt 1991 ‘92 ‘93 Gore, Stacy 1982 ‘83 ‘84 ‘85 Gray, Jimmy 1971 ‘72 ‘73 Green, John 1989 ‘90 Greene, Jimmy 1965 ‘66 ‘67 Guffey, Lavell 1957 Guinn, Norris 1958 Gunderson, Doug 2006 Guthrie, Chris 1999 ‘00 —H— Hagen, Grant 1994 ‘95 Hale, Matt 1999 Hall, Kevin 1984 ‘85 ‘86 ‘87 Hall, Maurice 1957 ‘59 ‘60 Hamilton, Ed 1965 ‘67 Hamilton, Edward 1964

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ASU LETTERMEN Hamilton, Ryan 2001 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 Harness, John 1976 ‘77 Harris, Kyle 1995 Harrison, Chris 1991 Harrison, Craig 1984 ‘86 ‘87 Harrison, Dale 1960 ‘61 ‘62 ‘63 Hartle, James 1950 Hayduk, John 1996 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 Hayes, Brad 2002 ‘03 ‘04 Hector, Joey 1993 ‘94 Helpenstill, Clint 1999 ‘00 Hendrix, Gary 1955 Henson, Mike 1990 Henry, Mearl 1953 ‘54 ‘55 Hernandez, Pedro 2004 ‘05 Hicks, Matt 2001 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 Higginbottom, Paul 1976 ‘77 Higgins, Chad 1995 Higgins, Mickey 1972 Hilderbrand, Tom 1997 Hipps, Lawson 2008 Hoffman, Allan 1959 ‘60 Hoffman, Joey 2008 Hogue, Bryon 1957 Holmes, Brian 2005 Holmes, Ken 1976 ‘77’ 78’ 79 Holt, Boyce 1953 Honea, Kendal 1990 ‘92 ‘93 Hope, Darrin 1998 ‘99 ‘00 Horn, Keith 1993 ‘94 ‘95 Horner, Charles 1952 ‘53 ‘54 Horsman, Blake 2001 Horton, J.L. 1947 ‘48 ‘49 Howard, Bob 1955 ‘56 Howell, Clay 1993 Hudgins, Jerry 1963 ‘64 Hudgins, Ryan 2007 ‘08 Huffstuttler, Jerry 1960 ‘61 ‘62 ‘63 Humphrey, David 2006 Hunt, Bruce 1982 ‘83 Hunter, Aaron 1999 —J— Jackman, Eugene 1959 Jackson, Ivan 1963 ‘64 Jacksom, Larry 1980 ‘81 ‘82 Jackson, Philip 1997 Jacobs, Elliot 2003 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 James, Ken 1971 ‘72 James, Ryan 1995 Jamieson, Terry 1983 ‘84 ‘85 Jankovich, Robert 1948 Jarvis, David 1980 ‘81 Jarvis, Jamie 1987 ‘88 Jastremski, James 1965 Johnson, Kenny 1988 ‘89 Johnson, Kevin 1994 Johnston, Josh 1997 Johnston, Judd 1990 ‘91 Jones, Billy 1959 ‘60 ‘61 Jones, Lee 1989 Jones, Jett 2006 ‘07 ‘08 Jumper, Tommy 1979 ‘80 Juricic, Richard 1951 ‘52 —K— Karnes, John 1947 ‘48 Kazee, David 1993 Kell, Everett 1948 ‘49 Keller, Jim 1962 ‘63 ‘64 Keller, Jimmy 1977 ‘78 ‘79 Kelley, Jeff 1995 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98

Kelly, Mike 1971 ‘72 Kenley, David 1990 ‘92 ‘93 Kennedy, Marvin 1961 ‘62 ‘63 Key, Calvin 1994 ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 Kimball, Jordan 2007 ‘08 Kincannon, James 2002 Kinning, Brett 2005, 06 Klein, Jeff 1996 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 Kline, Robbie 1981 Kline, Steve 1983 ‘84 ‘85 ‘86 Klosterman, Mark 1973 ‘74 Klutho, Bill 1972 ‘73 ‘74 ‘75 Koldus, John 1952 ‘53 Korona, Phil 1978 ‘80 ‘81 Kuecker, Josh 1999 Kull Jr., Kevin 2005 ‘06 Kuhl, Eric 1992 ‘93 —L— Lacefield, Jesse 1950 Ladd, Carl 1956 Lamb, Jimmy 1958 Lambert, Nick 2006 ‘07 ‘08 Lance, John 1983 Landwehrmeier, Harold 1949 Lane, Russell 1989 ‘90 Langford, Josh 1998 Langley, Harry 1969 ‘70 Lapka, Eli 2002 ‘03 Leech, Richard 1960 ‘61 Lemings, Don 1968 Lewis, Joey 1992 Lillard, Darren 1988 Linsenmeyer, Craig 1994 Loflin, Jim 1991 Lovell, Brad 2002 Lyons, Dan 1993 ‘94 ‘97 Lyons, Jeremy 2006 —M— Mabry, Don 1970 ‘71 MacLean, Alex 1997 ‘98 Maggard, Jacob 2008 Malone, Jason 1991 Maloney, Kevin 1982 ‘83 ‘84 Maloney, Tim 1981 ‘82 ‘83 Maloney, Tom 1983 Manning, Len 1993 Marcum, Dan 1988 Maricle, Brandon 2000 ‘01 Marple, Jeremy 1996 ‘97 Martin, Nick 2000 ‘01 Martin, Troy 2004 Massey, Mark 1979 ‘80 Massey, Wade 1998 ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 Mathis, Mitch 1989 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 Matlosz, Ron 1967 Mayberry, Derick 1988 ‘90 ‘91 Mayfield, Marty 2000 Mazzanti, Allen 2000 ‘01 McCord, Derek 1988 McCord, Jim 1953 McCullough, Al 1977 McCullough, Howard 1976 McCullough, Paul 1979 ‘80 ‘81 ‘82 McDade, Mark 1981 McDowell, Jason 1996 McElrath, Jeff 1986 ‘87 ‘88 ‘89 McElrath, Wayne 1953 ‘54 ‘57 ‘58 McGrath, Jack 2007 McGrew, Mitch 1985 ‘86 ‘87 ‘88 McGuire, Criss 1967 ‘68

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McKay, Dougal 1986 McKay, Jim 1961 ‘62 ‘63 ‘64 McKeel, James 1963 McKinney, Curt 1977 McLain, Ed 1970 ‘71 ‘72 ‘73 McMasters, Anthony 1996 McMillen, Bart 1994 ‘95 McMinn, J.C. 1953 ‘54 ‘55 McWhirter, Kenneth 1948 McWilliams, Ripley 1993 ‘94 Medling, Mike 1975 Meyerowich, Gene 1976 ‘77 ‘78 ‘79 Michael, Larry 1992 ‘93 Miller, Brad 1998 Miller, Jerome 1976 ‘77 ‘78 ‘79 Miller, Mark 1978 ‘79 Miller, Maurice 1950 Miller, Steve 1972 Millerd, Ricky 1992 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 MIlligan, Keith 1980 ‘81 Milton, Bill 1984 ‘85 Mitchell, Fred 1960 ‘61 ‘62 Moffett, Larry 1968 ‘69 ‘70 ‘71 Moffitt, Kyle 2004 Monahan, Pat 1992 ‘93 Moon, Wayne 1947 Moore, Rick 1976 Morgan, Matt 2004 ‘05 Morris, Andy 1958 ‘59 ‘60 ‘61 Morrison, Steve 1967 ‘68 ‘69 Morrison, Steve 1976 ‘77 Morrow, Jerry 1965 ‘66 Moxley, William 1964 Mueller, Gary 1970 ‘71 ‘73 Mueller, Jim 1966 ‘67 ‘68 ‘69 Muller, Michael 2004 ‘05 Murillo, John 1974 Murphy, Glen 1976 ‘77 Murphy, Reginald 1995 ‘96 Murray, Bill 1985 ‘86 —N— Nash, Lynn 1961 Nelms, Edward 1948 ‘49 Nelms, Gerald 1954 ‘55 ‘56 New, Aaron 1996 ‘97 ‘98 Nichol, John 1996 Nichols, Sean 2008 Nichols, Tom 1965 Nigut, Roman 1997 ‘98 Nortier, Todd 1986 ‘87 Nugent, A.J. 1958 ‘59 ‘60 —O— Olivas, Willie 1992 ‘93 Oliver, Josh 2002 Olson, Nate 2001 ‘02 Orr, Phillip 1977 ‘78 Osment, Jim 1980 ‘81 ‘82 ‘83 Owen, Ronald 1962 —P— Pace, Cody 2007 ‘08 Pagano, Bill 1964 Palese, Tom 1984 ‘85 Pardon, Charles 1962 ‘63 Parker, David 1959 Parker, Preston 1981 ‘82 ‘83 ‘85 Parks, John 1984 ‘85 ‘86 ‘87 Pasternak, Pete 2006 ‘07 ‘08 Parsons, Gerald 1956 Pattillo, John David 1988 ‘89 Paul, Kortney 1994

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1959 ‘60 ‘61 1980 ‘81 ‘82 ‘83 1957 1971 ‘72 1965 1995 1996 ‘97 ‘98 2002 ‘03 1977 ‘78 ‘79 1992 1992 ‘93 1947 ‘48 1956 ‘57 ‘58 1990 ‘91 1957 ‘58 1975 2000 1967 ‘68 ‘69 1972 1993 1978 ‘79 ‘80 1962 ‘63 1982 ‘83 1960 1982 2005 1960 ‘61 2007 ‘08 1992 ‘94 2004, ‘05 1970 1950 —Q— Quinn, Danny 1973 —R— Ramirez, Ray 1972 Ramsey, Blake 1991 Rapert, Willis 1951 ‘52 ‘53 ‘54 Rast, Carrell 1956 Ray, Dennis 1965 Reed, Beau 1997 ‘98 ‘99 Reynolds, Gifford 1956 ‘57 ‘58 Reynolds, Ryan 2000 Rhoades, Todd 1996 ‘97 Rich, Chris 2004, ‘05 Rich, Roger 1989 ‘90 Richie, Jon 1999 Riemenschneider, Danny 2008 Riggan, Kody 1990 ‘91 Riggs, Don 1955 ‘56 ‘57 ‘58 Riley, Sean 1998 Ring, Blake 2003 ‘04 ‘05 Robbins, Mike 1975 ‘76 ‘77 Roberson, Adam 2002 ‘03 Roberts, Dean 1977 ‘78 ‘79 Robinson, Chris 1991 ‘93 ‘94 Robinson, Ryker 1994 ‘95 Robinson, Shane 1995 ‘96 Rogelstad, Matt 2003 ‘04 Rogers, Drew 2005 ‘06, ‘07 Rogers, Randy 1978 ‘79 ‘80 ‘81 Rose, Mark 1993 ‘94 Roth, Jim 1983 ‘84 ‘85 Rowden, Paul 1952 Runk, David 1969 ‘70 ‘71 ‘72 Runyan, Andy 2002 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 Ryan, Dana 1966 ‘67 ‘68 —S— Sagely, Tony 1985 ‘86 Sandquist, Rick 1980 ‘81

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ASU LETTERMEN Saunches, Ray Schmidt, Lennis Schneider, Eric Schuck, Brian Schug, A.G. Schroeder, Doug Schultz, Duff Scott, Bobby Scott, Gary Don Sechrest, Bob Self, Brent Self, Brian Settlemoir, Mark Sexton, Dusty Seymore, Curtis Shaneyfelt, Jim Shell, David Shelton, Alan Shelton, David Sherill, Bobby Shewmake, Shane Shipley, Zach Shores, Chris Siebert, Marty Silverthorn, Mark Simler, Kevin Simmons, Bill Simpson, Homer Sinko, Jerry Sirianni, Mike Skaggs, Zach Skirvin, Lance Smart, Hudson Smigay, Dan Smith, Bill Smith, Dewey Smith, Dub Smith, Hunter Smith, Jackie Smith, Jeremy Smith, John Duke Smith, Keith Smith, Steve

1947 ‘48 ‘49 1955 1994 2004 ‘05 ‘06 1957 2003 1949 1949 ‘50 ‘51 1973 1951 2000 1991 1981 2002 ‘03 1962 ‘63 ‘64 1951 ‘52 ‘53 ‘54 1978 ‘79 ‘80 1983 ‘84 1983 ‘84 ‘85 ‘87 1967 ‘68 1992 2002 ‘03 2000 1995 2001 ‘02 ‘03 1993 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96 1970 1951 1959 ‘60 2004, ‘05 2007 1994 2004, ‘05 ‘06 1950 ‘51 ‘52 1960 ‘61 ‘62 1984 ‘86 ‘87 1993 ‘94 2007 1970 1999 1954 1985 1975 ‘76

Smithers, J.C. Snider, Butch Soden, Chad Sommers, Bill Spann, Bobby Spence, Loren Spielman, Steve Spikes, Cody Stafford, Lane Stallings, Tim Starr, Maurice Stephens, Mark Sterner, George Sterns, Jim Stevens, Jim Stone, Jerome Stotts, John Stout, Dennis Strange, C.A. Stroud, Rick Sugg, Joe Sugg, Randy Sulicz, Paul Sullivan, John Sutton, Rocky

1948 ‘49 1987 1994 ‘95 1950 ‘51 ‘52 ‘53 1952 ‘53 ‘54 1954 ‘55 ‘56 1978 ‘79 1999 1999 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 1985 ‘86 ‘87 ‘88 1948 ‘49 ‘50 1980 ‘81 ‘82 2000 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 1991 1953 ‘54 1980 ‘81 ‘82 ‘83 1953 1987 ‘88 1963 1981 2002 ‘04 ‘05 1995 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 1975 1996 1978 —T— Tadich, Jim 1949 ‘50 Takacs, Robert 1954 ‘56 ‘57 Tate, Kevin 1988 ‘89 ‘90 ‘91 Taylor, Bill 1982 ‘83 ‘84 Taylor, Conner 1947 Taylor, Gilbert 1949 ‘52 Taylor, Lindal 1950 Taylor, Phillip 1994 Teaster, Leonard 1956 ‘57 Terrall, Charles 1969 Tharp, Stephen 2004 ‘05 Thomas, Brad 2002 Thomas, Harold 1953 ‘54 ‘55 ‘56 Thomas, Richard 1951 Tiefenauer, Jeff 1974 ‘75 Tinnin, Ronnie 1962 Tipton, Johnny 1966 ‘67

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1964 ‘65 ‘66 2008 1992 ‘93 1993 ‘94 1947 1980 ‘81 1983 ‘84 1998

—U— Uchtman, Lyle 1999 ‘00 Uhlmansiek, Tommy 1947 Unrat, Chris 1992 ‘93 Unser, Jerry 1972 ‘73 ‘74 ‘75 —V— Vallot, Joey 1988 ‘89 Vertz, Karnie 2003 ‘04 Vines, Cecil 1950 Vorhoff, Keith 2001 —W— Wade, Jeremy 1997 Wagner, Fred 1955 Wagner, Jim 1967 ‘68 ‘69 ‘70 Walker, Brent 1991 Walker, Randy 1981 Wallace, Lee 1987 ‘88 Walls, Raymond 1951 ‘52 Walters, Charles D. 1975 Walter, Doug 2004 ‘05 Walters, Doug 1972 ‘73 ‘74 Walters, Keith 1980 ‘81 Ware, Chase 2008 Ward, Dewain 1962 Washington, Henry 1974 ‘76 ‘77 ‘78 Watson, Leslie 1951 Watts, Bryan 1985 ‘86 Watts, Murray 2008 Weaver, Steve 1990 ‘91 Webb, Robert 1963 ‘64 ‘65 ‘66 Weiner, Max 1991 ‘92 Weir, Sammy 1963 Wells, Danny 1955 Westmoreland, Brandon 2005 White, Greg 1988 ‘89

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White, Randy 1989 ‘90 Whiteside, Matt 1987 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 Whitford, Chris 1996 Whitney, Don 1973 Wiedower, Brian 1986 ‘87 ‘88 ‘89 Wilburn, Anthony 1999 Wilcox, Fred 1967 Wilhelm, Benny 1948 Williams, Dwight 1948 Williams, Mark 1976 ‘77 ‘78 Williams Jr., Michael 2005, 06 Williams, Rick 1986 ‘87 Williams, Stan 1968 ‘69 ‘70 ‘71 Williams, Vernon 1956 Williamson, Paul 1974 ‘75 ‘76 ‘77 Williford, Brinn 1978 ‘79 ‘80 Wilson, Gary 1999 ‘00 Wilson, Harold 1962 Womack, Zack 1974 ‘75 Wood, John 1960 ‘61 Wood, John 1975 ‘76 Worthington, Bob 1974 ‘75 ‘76 ‘77 Wortsmith, Robert 1968 ‘69 Wright, Dan 1971 Wroten, Eldon 1950 ‘52 ‘53 —Y— Yancey, Craig 1984 ‘85 Yates, Josh 2006, ‘07 Young, Doug 1988 ‘89 Youngblood, Robert 1959 — Z— Zimmerman, Barry 1980

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 1948- J. A. Tomlinson Won 10, Lost 9 (.526) Valparaiso W 8-4 Valparaiso W 11-4 Iowa L 2-15 Southern Illinois-Carbondale W 3-2 Clarksdale Planters W 21-3 Clarksdale Planters W 2-0 Naval Air Tech Training Ctr. W 9-6 Delta State L 2-5 Delta State W 10-0 Memphis State L 2-10 Southern Illinois-Carbondale W 8-6 Murray State L 6-12 Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeL 3-4 Delta State L 1-3 Delta State W 7-5 Naval Air Tech. Training Ctr. L 10-11 Murray State L 0-2 Memphis State W 4-2 Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeL 2-8 1949- J. A. Thompson Won 13, Lost 10 (.565) Illinois State Normal L Terre Haute L Terre Haute (11 inns.) L Arkansas Tech L Ozarks L Southern Illinois-Carbondale W Memphis State W Ouachita L Ouachita W Monticello A&M W Monticello A&M W NATTC W Arkansas Tech W Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeL Ouachita W Ouachita L Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeW Memphis State W Ozarks W Southern Illinois-Carbondale L NATTC W Delta State L Delta State W

4-5 7-11 4-5 2-8 7-15 14-2 8-4 5-6 5-4 14-5 10-4 13-2 7-6 0-6 12-2 4-5 8-6 4-3 7-6 3-6 5-4 1-2 12-5

1950- J. A. Thompson Won 12, Lost 11 (.522) Chicago L 4-7 Chicago W 11-7 Delta State L 4-6 Delta State L 2-4 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 4-6 Memphis State L 5-11 Southwestern L 13-26 Memphis Naval Air St. W 13-2 Arkansas College W 8-3 Monticello A&M W 5-1 Arkansas Tech L 4-8 Ozarks W 8-6 Arkansas College W 8-5 Henderson State W 4-3 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 3-9 Memphis Naval Air St. W 14-10 Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeW 13-3 Southwestern W 6-5 Arkansas Tech L 2-3 Ozarks W 13-5 Memphis State L 12-14 Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeL 4-5 Henderson State W 5-2 1951- J. A. Thompson Won 14, Lost 10 (.583) Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Mississippi W Mississippi L Chicago W Delta State L Delta State W

6-8 7-3 4-11 3-2 3-4 8-4

Arkansas College L 9-11 Ozarks W 14-5 Ozarks W 15-12 Southwestern W 14-11 Memphis Navy W 5-4 Southern Illinois-Carbondale W 3-2 Central Arkansas W 15-1 Memphis State L 3-7 Southwestern W 10-3 Delta State W 10-6 Delta State W 5-1 Henderson State L 2-3 Henderson State L 4-5 Central Arkansas L 6-11 Arkansas Tech L 4-5 Arkansas College W 10-3 Memphis State L 2-3 Memphis Navy W 4-3 1952- J. A. Tomlinson Won 6, Lost 14 (.300) Mississippi L Mississippi L Southwestern W Winona State (MN) L Hot Springs Bathers L Henderson State L Memphis Navy L Arkansas Tech L Delta State L Arkansas-Monticello W Arkansas-Monticello W Memphis State W Delta State W Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Henderson State L Memphis State L Memphis Navy ?&? L Arkansas Tech W Southwestern (10 inns.) L

1-6 3-9 14-7 3-4 3-5 3-12 6-8 2-5 5-9 7-3 3-2 6-5 7-2 6-17 3-14 9-11 1-13 7-8 13-0 5-6

1953- J. A. Tomlinson Won 7, Lost 17 (.292) Centenary L Centenary L Centenary W Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Notre Dame L Notre Dame L Kansas State W Memphis Navy W Memphis State L Delta State L Scott AFB (Ill.) L Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) W Southwestern W Delta State L St. Louis L Centenary W Memphis State W Memphis Navy L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Mississippi L Notre Dame L

0-5 4-5 8-4 1-5 2-5 2-11 0-9 12-0 6-5 2-5 1-3 4-5 8-9 8-7 20-2 6-7 7-20 4-0 4-3 1-6 0-9 3-4 4-7 7-8

1954- J. A. Tomlinson Won 9, Lost 14 (.391) Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale W Southwestern W Wabash College L Kansas State L Kansas State L St. Louis W Memphis Naval Air St. W Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) L Mississippi State L

4-13 7-6 4-0 6-9 3-22 1-15 5-3 7-4 1-9 1-11 3-13

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W L W L L L L L W W W L

11-7 0-2 4-3 7-8 4-7 4-5 1-6 6-12 4-3 14-0 2-0 0-3

1955- J. A. Tomlinson Won 11, Lost 11 (.500) Barksdale AFB (10 inns.) W 5-4 Centenary (10 inns.) L 4-5 Centenary L 3-7 Indiana L 2-5 Indiana L 3-6 Kansas W 6-5 Kansas W 10-4 Delta State W 6-1 Delta State W 7-3 Mississippi L 1-8 Mississippi L 1-10 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 3-5 Memphis Naval AB W 5-3 Southwestern W 11-2 Memphis State L 11-12 Washington (Mo.) L 4-7 St. Louis L 6-13 St. Louis W 11-10 Centenary W 6-3 Centenary L 9-11 Southwestern W 8-2 Memphis State W 17-7 1956- J. A. Tomlinson Won 14, Lost 7 (.667) Louisiana Tech L 4-10 Louisiana Tech L 1-3 North Dakota State W 17-16 Washington (Mo.) L 7-27 Washington (Mo.) W 5-3 Southern Illinois-Carbondale W 4-3 Mississippi L 0-7 Kansas L 1-7 Kansas L 9-11 Delta State W 16-1 Memphis State W 12-7 Arkansas Tech W 14-1 Southwestern (10 inns.) W 7-6 Delta State W 19-7 Memphis Naval Air St. W 13-7 Washington (Mo.) L 2-12 St. Louis W 9-7 Southwestern W 9-6 Arkansas Tech W 10-4 Memphis State W 4-3 Memphis Naval Air St. W 6-4 1957- J. A. Tomlinson Won 6, Lost 11 (.353) Western Illinois L 7-9 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 4-9 Memphis Navy L 10-11 St. Louis L 1-7 Arkansas Tech L 7-14 Illinois L 5-14 Illinois W 5-4 Concordia (Minn.) L 0-2 Indiana L 0-3 Illinois L 0-6 Memphis State W 2-0 Arkansas Tech W 7-0 Centenary W 5-3 Centenary W 9-8 Washington (Mo.) W 4-1 St. Louis L 4-14 Memphis State L 6-7

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1958- J. A. Tomlinson Won 9, Lost 10 (.474) Mississippi State Mississippi State Washington (Mo.) Washington (Mo.) St. Louis Missouri Missouri Quincy (Ill.) St. Mary’s (Minn.) Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Memphis State Southwestern Southwestern Washington (Mo.) St. Louis Memphis State Murray State Murray State

L L W W W L W L W W L L W W L L W L L

1959- J. A. Tomlinson Won 11, Lost 13 (.458) Quincy (Ill.) W Washington (Mo.) W Washington (Mo.) W Missouri L Purdue L Memphis State L Notre Dame L Bradley W Bradley L St. Louis W St. Louis L Memphis State W Mississippi L Mississippi L Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeW Arkansas St. Teachers CollegeL Southwestern L Murray State L Southeast Missouri State W Louisiana Tech L Louisiana Tech L Louisiana Tech W Southwestern W Murray State W

1-8 2-3 9-8 11-3 11-2 0-13 3-2 8-9 7-6 5-4 3-4 8-10 2-1 6-1 4-5 6-14 12-8 5-10 3-6

10-1 12-4 9-7 1-12 4-6 4-5 5-12 9-4 3-17 7-2 7-9 7-5 1-12 0-6 4-3 4-6 8-9 2-3 3-1 2-12 2-13 7-2 9-8 7-6

1960- J. A. Tomlinson Won 11, Lost 14, Tied 2 (.440) Northwestern L 9-14 DePauw L 3-5 Kansas State W 19-11 Kansas State L 4-7 Washington (Mo.) W 2-1 Washington (Mo.) W 6-4 Mankato State (Minn.) L 11-4 Mankato State (Minn.) W 5-3 Southeast Missouri State L 2-11 Murray State (22 inns.) T 9-9 Quincy (Ill.) L 7-10 Quincy (Ill.) W 13-4 North Dakota W 8-7 St. Louis L 11-14 Illinois L 2-10 Notre Dame L 3-17 Notre Dame L 4-15 St. Louis T 11-11 Washington (Mo.) L 1-6 Murray State W 5-0 Southwestern W 7-2 Memphis State W 4-2 Memphis State W 8-5 Louisiana Tech L 2-4 Louisiana Tech L 1-4 Louisiana Tech L 6-7 Southwestern W 4-1 1961- J. A. Tomlinson Won 13, Lost 12 (.520) Chicago W 7-4 Chicago W 13-3

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W 8-1 W 3-2 W 8-2 W 4-2 L 3-9 W 9-8 W 6-2 W 3-2 W 12-3 L 5-8 L 14-16 L 1-3 L 1-6 L 2-4 W 7-1 L 1-2 L 1-6 W 3-2 L 7-8 L 10-11 W 9-8 L 3-6 L 3-5

1962- J. A. Tomlinson Won 10, Lost 15 (.400) Mississippi State L Mississippi State L Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) L Missouri L Missouri L Mississippi L Mississippi L Southeast Missouri State W Southwestern W Southeast Missouri State W North Dakota W North Dakota L Cincinnati W Quincy (Ill.) L Quincy (Ill.) L St. Louis W St. Louis W Murray State W Memphis State L Southwestern W Memphis State L (1) Southwest Regional Central Arkansas (1) L Southeast Missouri State (1) W Central Missouri (1) L 1963- J. A. Tomlinson Won 7, Lost 19 (.269) Mississippi State L Mississippi State L Kansas State L Kansas State W Washington (Mo.) L Washington (Mo.) L Mississippi L Central Arkansas L Central Arkansas W St. Louis L Murray State L St. Louis W Memphis State L Quincy (Ill.) L Southern Illinois-Carbondale W Mississippi State L Mississippi State W Southeast Missouri State W St. Louis L Washington (Mo.) L Murray State W Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southeast Missouri State L Southeast Missouri State L 1964- J. A. Tomlinson

1-8 0-19 3-5 1-4 2-9 3-7 3-7 1-13 6-3 13-2 4-1 3-2 2-20 2-0 3-10 0-6 3-2 8-2 4-3 2-8 8-1 0-4 3-5 6-2 2-4

1-9 3-23 3-12 6-5 0-5 3-4 1-7 4-5 3-2 1-6 7-14 6-1 1-3 1-5 1-0 0-6 3-1 4-3 2-5 5-6 6-5 1-3 0-1 0-4 4-5

Won 12, Lost 21 (.364) Southwest Missouri State W 5-3 Southwest Missouri State W 16-3 Mississippi State L 0-7 Mississippi State L 1-21 Northwestern W 10-9 Northwestern L 0-3 Kansas State L 1-3 Kansas State W 7-5 Western Michigan L 4-11 Western Michigan L 1-11 Washington (Mo.) W 14-1 Washington (Mo.) L 2-7 Western Michigan L 0-3 Mississippi State L 0-3 Mississippi State W 7-4 Southeast Missouri State L 1-5 Southeast Missouri State W 7-6 North Dakota L 3-5 North Dakota W 26-7 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 1-2 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 1-5 Memphis State L 3-5 Southwest Missouri State W 3-2 Southwest Missouri State L 0-2 Memphis State W 2-1 St. Louis L 4-8 Washington (Mo.) L 1-6 (2) Southland Conference Tournament Abilene Christian (2) W 3-1 Trinity (2) W 5-3 Trinity (2) L 4-7 Trinity (2) L 6-8 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 1-12 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 1-3 1965- J. A. Tomlinson Won 7, Lost 14, Tied 2 (.304) Northwestern W 3-2 Northwestern L 0-11 Notre Dame L 2-5 Purdue T 12-12 Purdue L 8-9 Purdue W 4-3 Kansas State W 6-5 Memphis State T 6-6 North Dakota W 8-3 North Dakota L 2-5 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 5-12 Southeast Missouri State L 7-8 Murray State L 3-17 Memphis State L 0-2 Washington (Mo.) L 1-7 St. Louis L 1-6 St. Louis W 13-4 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 3-11 Southeast Missouri State L 4-7 (2) Southland Conference Tournament Abilene Christian (2) W 8-0 Trinity (2) L 4-9 Abilene Christian (2) W 12-4 Trinity (2) L 3-4 1966- J. A. Tomlinson Won 10, Lost 12, Tied 1 (.457) Murray State W 2-1 Murray State L 2-6 Northwestern L 1-7 Northwestern W 1-0 Mississippi State L 1-9 Mississippi State L 3-7 Purdue L 2-6 Purdue W 9-8 Purdue (11 inns.) T 14-14 Washington (Mo.) W 3-1 Washington (Mo.) W 2-0 Illinois W 6-2 St. Louis L 0-1 St. Louis L 2-3 Southern Illinois-Carbondale W 5-0

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Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 3-11 Memphis State L 3-12 Memphis State W 3-1 Southeast Missouri State W 5-3 Southeast Missouri State W 6-5 (2) Southland Conference Tournament Trinity (2) L 2-3 Abilene Christian (2) L 3-7 Trinity (2) L 0-1 1967- J. A. Tomlinson Won 26, Lost 8, Tied 1 (.757) St. Louis W 8-6 St. Louis L 5-7 Northwestern W 8-1 Northwestern W 5-4 Northwestern L 0-1 Iowa State T 3-3 Iowa State L 3-9 Kansas State W 7-1 Kansas State W 3-2 Purdue W 2-1 Purdue L 2-6 Purdue W 2-1 Memphis State W 9-1 Washington (Mo.) W 5-0 Washington (Mo.) W 6-5 North Dakota W 4-0 North Dakota W 11-0 Illinois-Chicago W 6-3 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 1-3 Eastern Illinois W 6-3 Illinois W 7-2 Western Illinois L 2-7 Mississippi State W 5-2 Mississippi State W 3-2 Delta State W 3-1 Delta State L 5-6 Memphis State W 3-0 St. Louis W 7-5 (2) Southland Conference Tournament Trinity (2) W 8-2 Lamar (2) W 4-2 Trinity (2) W 4-2 (3) NCAA Midwest Regional-College Div. North Dakota (3) W 6-3 Southeast Missouri State (3) W 12-6 North Dakota (3) L 6-7 North Dakota (3) W 9-6 1968- J. A. Tomlinson Won 22, Lost 12, Tied 1 (.643) Iowa State W 8-4 Northwestern T 2-2 Mississippi State W 1-0 Mississippi State L 5-6 Murray State W 6-5 Murray State L 1-3 Murray State L 2-3 Washington (Mo.) L 5-8 Purdue W 5-3 Purdue W 5-1 Purdue W 5-4 St. Louis W 2-1 St. Louis W 3-1 North Dakota W 11-2 Memphis State W 4-3 Mississippi W 2-1 Mississippi W 7-6 Wisconsin W 5-1 Wisconsin W 2-1 Wisconsin L 1-7 Memphis State L 2-7 Southeast Missouri State W 6-1 Delta State L 7-9 Delta State W 2-1 (2) Southland Conference Tournament Abilene Christian (2) W 7-2

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Lamar Tech (2) W 5-1 Lamar Tech (2) L 4-5 Lamar Tech (2) W 7-4 Southern Illinois-Edwardsvile L 5-8 St. Louis L 1-7 (4) NCAA Midwest Regional-College Div. Northern Iowa (4) W 11-3 Mankato State (Minn.) (4) W 11-1 (5) NCAA College Division World Series Delta State (5) L 1-3 Long Island (5) W 10-3 Delta State (5) L 3-4 1969- J. A. Tomlinson Won 14, Lost 17 (.452) Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Tennessee Alabama Tennessee Alabama Alabama Tennessee Creighton Creighton Creighton St. Louis St. Louis Abilene Christian + Abilene Christian + Mississippi Mississippi Memphis State Lamar Tech + Lamar Tech + Trinity + Trinity + Murray State Murray State Mississippi State Mississippi State Memphis State Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington +

W L W W W L L W L W W W L W L L W L L L W L L L W L L L L W W

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

1970- J. A. Tomlinson Won 16, Lost 17 (.485) North Dakota W North Dakota W Bowling Green L Alabama W Bowling Green L Alabama W Alabama L Bowling Green L Abilene Christian + W Abilene Christian + L Abilene Christian + L Memphis State L Trinity + W Trinity + W Trinity + L Memphis State W Lamar Tech + W Lamar Tech + W Lamar Tech + W Mississippi State L Mississippi State L Texas-Arlington + W Texas-Arlington + W Texas-Arlington + W Mississippi L Mississippi L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L Southern Illinois-Carbondale L St. Louis W Southern Illinois-EdwardsvilleW

7-2 6-0 1-17 3-2 0-6 9-4 0-5 2-3 1-0 3-5 1-3 2-10 6-5 7-6 2-8 4-0 5-2 3-2 1-0 7-11 0-3 11-5 1-0 3-1 3-4 0-5 2-12 0-2 1-6 8-2 5-2

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0-5 0-5

1971- J. A. Tomlinson Won 20, Lost 17 (.541) Notre Dame W Notre Dame W Notre Dame W Northwestern W Northwestern W Northwestern L Stillman W Stillman W Alabama L Alabama W Stillman W Alabama W Abilene Christian + W Abilene Christian + L Abilene Christian + W Trinity + W Trinity + L Trinity + W Lamar Tech + L Lamar Tech + L Lamar Tech + W Mississippi State L Mississippi State L Memphis State W Missouri-St. Louis L Missouri-St. Louis L Missouri-St. Louis W Memphis State L Texas-Arlington + W Texas-Arlington + L Texas-Arlington + L Mississippi L Mississippi W Southern Illinois-EdwardsvilleW Southern Illinois-EdwardsvilleL Murray State L Murray State L

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

1972- J. A. Tomlinson Won 11, Lost 19 (.367) Texas-Arlington + L Texas-Arlington + L Texas-Arlington + L Illinois-Chicago W Illinois-Chicago W Ohio L Alabama L Ohio L Alabama L Notre Dame W Abilene Christian + W Abilene Christian + L Abilene Christian + W Lamar + L Lamar + L Lamar + L Memphis State L Arkansas Travelers (exhibition)L Louisiana Tech + W Louisiana Tech + L Louisiana Tech + L Murray State L Murray State W Memphis State W Southwest Louisiana + L Southwest Louisiana + L Southwest Louisiana + L Mississippi State W Mississippi State W Southern Illinois-EdwardsvilleW Southern Illinois-EdwardsvilleL

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

1973- J. A. Tomlinson Won 8, Lost 18 (.308) NE Louisiana NE Louisiana

2-7 0-10

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Tulane L 6-7 Nichols State W 2-0 Nichols State L 4-6 Livingston State W 5-2 Northwestern L 0-6 Northwestern L 1-2 Texas-Arlington + W 4-2 Texas-Arlington W 11-1 Texas-Arlington L 8-9 Providence L 8-9 Providence L 3-8 Abilene Christian + L 4-6 Mississippi L 2-3 Mississippi L 0-6 Louisiana Tech + L 2-13 Louisiana Tech + W 3-1 Louisiana Tech + W 5-4 Murray State L 10-15 Murray State L 2-19 McNeese State + W 4-1 McNeese State + W 5-2 McNeese State + L 0-6 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 0-5 Southern Illinois-Carbondale L 3-8 -games didn’t count on SLC record 1974- J. A. Tomlinson Won 19, Lost 26 (.422) Delta State Delta State Christian Brothers Christian Brothers at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane Illinois State @ UNO Notre Dame @ UNO Illinois State @ UNO at New Orleans Notre Dame @ UNO at Mississippi College Bradley Bradley Bradley Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Lamar Lamar Lamar NE Louisiana NE Louisiana McNeese State + McNeese State + McNeese State + at Southwest Louisiana + at Southwest Louisiana + at Southwest Louisiana + Quincy (Ill.) Quincy (Ill.) Quincy (Ill.) at Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Memphis State Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + at S. Illinois-Carbondale at S. Illinois-Edwardsville at S. Illinois-Edwardsville Memphis State

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1-4 5-4 1-2 3-4 2-6 2-17 3-11 0-6 6-3 2-3 0-19 3-6 1-3 2-10 1-6 3-2 2-5 6-4 14-3 1-7 3-5 8-4 2-0 8-2 5-7 3-4 7-10 1-2 2-4 6-2 6-2 5-6 14-7 0-5 1-0 9-2 3-4 8-6 3-1 2-1 2-1 6-10 0-6 4-2 4-3

1975- J. A. Tomlinson Won 17, Lost 19 (.472) at Delta State at Delta State at Memphis State at Memphis State NE Missouri NE Missouri

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7-5 5-2 3-6 2-8 10-5 12-7

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W 8-3 L 3-4 L 3-10 L 2-4 L 4-5 L 3-4 L 0-1 L 10-16 L 4-5 W 6-1 L 0-1 W 15-5 W 2-1 W 5-3 W 4-3 L 7-11 W 5-3 W 4-3 W 6-1 L 1-5 W 6-0 L 3-7 W 11-9 W 3-1 L 0-7 L 3-4 L 6-7 W 3-2 L 1-11 L 3-7

1976- J. A. Tomlinson Won 18, Lost 28 (.391) at Delta State at Delta State Northern Iowa @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Oklahoma State @ UTPA Northern Iowa @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Northern Iowa @ UTPA at Texas Pan American New Mexico @ UTPA Oklahoma State @ UTPA Indiana Indiana Indiana at Mississippi at Mississippi State at Mississippi State at Memphis State Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + at Christian Brothers at Southwest Louisiana at Southwest Louisiana at Southwest Louisiana Christian Brothers McNeese State + McNeese State + McNeese State + Murray State Murray State at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at S. Illinois-Edwardsville at S. Illinois-Edwardsville at St. Louis at S. Illinois-Carbondale at S. Illinois-Carbondale Lamar + Lamar + Lamar + Livingston Livingston

L 0-2 L 0-2 L 6-9 W 1-0 L 1-4 W 5-4 L 0-4 L 3-6 L 1-11 L 3-10 W 6-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 4-7 L 10-11 L 1-2 L 0-4 L 2-3 W 4-1 W 4-2 W 3-1 L 3-6 W 3-1 W 6-1 L 2-5 W 5-4 L 2-3 L 12-13 W 6-5 L 1-5 W 7-6 W 7-4 L 5-10 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 5-2 L 2-5 W 6-5 W 12-4 L 2-13 L 0-18 W 4-2 L 6-9 W 3-2 L 4-7 L 1-3

1977- Richard Johnson Won 15, Lost 34 (.306)

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at Delta State at Delta State Morningside @ UTPA Sam Houston State @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Northern Iowa @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Morningside @ UTPA Northern Iowa @ UTPA Sam Houston State @ UTPA at Christian Brothers S. Illinois-Carbondale S. Illinois-Carbondale Indiana Indiana Indiana Western Illinois Western Illinois Missouri-St. Louis Missouri-St. Louis at McNeese State + at McNeese State + at McNeese State + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Mississippi at Mississippi Memphis State Memphis State at Memphis State at Memphis State at Murray State at Murray State Quincy (Ill.) Southwest Louisiana + Southwest Louisiana + Southwest Louisiana + Murray State Murray State Murray State Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Mississippi State Mississippi State at Lamar + at Lamar + at Lamar +

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

1978- Richard Johnson Won 16, Lost 31 (.340) at Memphis State at Memphis State Oklahoma State @ UTPA Kansas @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American Kansas @ UTPA Oklahoma State @ UTPA Kansas @ UTPA Michigan State @ UTPA Western Illinois Western Illinois Western Illinois Millikin (Ill.) St. Louis Christian Brothers at Southwest Louisiana + at Southwest Louisiana + at Southwest Louisiana + at Southwest Louisiana + Mississippi Mississippi at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Christian Brothers Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington +

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2-16 1-7 6-10 6-10 2-7 5-3 3-15 3-8 0-4 7-4 6-0 0-2 2-9 3-0 1-17 4-2 0-3 1-21 1-3 0-5 6-1 7-5 7-8 1-9 5-6 5-8 5-1 9-8 4-13 9-8

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L 0-6 L 10-18 L 4-7 L 6-7 L 3-5 L 6-11 L 1-6 L 1-5 W 7-5 L 1-3 L 2-5 L 5-6 W 4-1 L 5-9 W 2-1 W 10-3 W 13-6

1979- Richard Johnson Won 10, Lost 25 (.286) at Mississippi State at Mississippi State Central Michigan @ UTPA Houston @ UTPA Northern Iowa @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Kansas @ UTPA Northern Iowa @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Kansas @ UTPA Southwest Louisiana + Southwest Louisiana + Southwest Louisiana + Southwest Louisiana + Murray State at Christian Brothers at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + Memphis State Memphis State Augustana (Ill.) Augustana (Ill.) Augustana (Ill.) Augustana (Ill.) Christian Brothers at Lamar + at Lamar + at Lamar + at Lamar + at McNeese State + at McNeese State + at McNeese State + at McNeese State +

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1980- Richard Johnson Won 5, Lost 36 (.122) Northern Illinois @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American Northern Illinois @ UTPA Kansas @ UTPA Kansas @ UTPA Texas @ UTPA Texas @ UTPA Texas @ UTPA Texas @ UTPA at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + Memphis State Memphis State Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + at Delta State at Delta State at Delta State at Mississippi State at Mississippi State Christian Brothers

L 4-7 L 3-4 L 3-9 W 12-11 L 0-4 L 3-11 L 1-5 L 2-13 L 2-17 L 0-12 L 3-4 L 15-16 L 0-4 L 1-7 L 0-11 L 2-5 L 0-3 L 2-14 L 6-7 L 1-16 L 3-5 L 3-7 L 0-3 W 8-4

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

Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Ouachita Ouachita at Mississippi at Mississippi Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + at Murray State at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + Memphis State Memphis State

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

1981- Richard Johnson Won 17, Lost 20 (.459) Central Michigan @ UTPA Northern Illinois @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American Central Michigan @ UTPA Memphis State Memphis State at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + Harding Harding at St. Francis at Missouri Southern at Creighton Tennessee-Martin Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + at Christian Brothers Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + at Memphis State at Memphis State at Tennessee-Martin Christian Brothers Delta State Delta State St. Louis St. Louis at Mississippi State at Mississippi State at Texas-Arlington +

L 2-3 W 12-8 L 2-10 L 2-4 W 4-2 W 5-4 L 3-7 L 9-18 L 7-8 L 3-6 L 4-6 W 4-0 W 19-16 W 7-5 W 9-8 W 3-2 W 3-2 W 4-0 L 3-7 W 11-10 W 1-0 L 3-5 W 10-1 L 0-2 L 2-8 L 5-6 L 1-18 W 5-4 W 14-9 W 3-0 L 6-7 W 3-2 L 9-10 L 0-3 L 3-24 L 2-5

1982- Richard Johnson Won 25, Lost 18, Tied 1 (.579) at Memphis State L 5-11 at Memphis State L 2-4 North Alabama W 7-6 Morehead State W 3-0 Murray State W 2-0 Murray State W 9-2 Murray State W 3-0 Texas-El Paso @ UTPA W 5-3 Central Michigan @ UTPA L 4-6 at Delta State L 2-3 at Southwest Missouri State L 2-4 at Southwest Missouri State L 2-4 at Harding L 1-4 at Tennessee-Martin W 6-4 Harding W 7-2 Harding W 8-7 Memphis State W 8-3 Memphis State W 8-7 Mississippi L 2-10 Mississippi L 3-8 at Christian Brothers L 8-16 at Louisiana Tech + W 7-3 at Louisiana Tech + W 7-0

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1983- Richard Johnson Won 16, Lost 18 (.471) Oklahoma State @ UTPA Morningside @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Oklahoma State @ UTPA Stephen F. Austin @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Oklahoma State @ UTPA at Tennessee-Martin Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Harding Harding Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Delta State Delta State at NE Louisiana + at NE Louisiana + at NE Louisiana + at NE Louisiana + Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + Tennessee-Martin at Mississippi State Mississippi at Mississippi at Harding NE Louisiana + NE Louisiana + at Louisiana Tech +

W 6-5 W 8-1 L 3-5 W 4-3 W 16-13 W 7-0 L 0-6 L 2-7 L 7-8 W 4-0 W 5-4 W 6-2 W 9-2 L 4-6 L 2-9 L 9-17 W 4-2 W 6-0 L 10-12 W 8-5 L 2-6 L 10-12 L 1-3 L 7-10 W 3-2 L 2-9 W 10-5 L 5-7 L 0-19 L 2-5 W 9-3 L 3-6 L 4-5 W 2-1

1984- Richard Johnson Won 6, Lost 25 (.194) Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Memphis State Memphis State Mississippi State Mississippi State Mississippi Mississippi at McNeese State + at McNeese State + at McNeese State + North Texas State + North Texas State + North Texas State + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + Christian Brothers Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin Harding Harding at Delta State at Delta State at NE Louisiana + at NE Louisiana + at NE Louisiana +

L 3-9 L 1-8 L 0-6 L 4-7 L 1-5 W 8-7 L 3-4 L 2-8 L 1-5 L 0-6 L 2-5 L 8-10 L 2-7 W 6-2 L 0-5 L 4-8 L 1-12 L 11-12 L 5-6 L 6-7 W 14-1 W 8-3 W 10-5 L 10-12 L 5-9 L 5-7 L 2-5

1985- Richard Johnson Won 11, Lost 22 (.333) Kansas State @ UTPA Oklahoma @ UTPA Texas A&M @ UTPA

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

1-2 4-15 4-7

at Texas-Pan American Kansas @ UTPA Texas A&M @ UTPA Texas A&M @ UTPA at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Texas-Arlington + at Christian Brothers McNeese State + McNeese State + McNeese State + at Harding at Harding Murray State at North Texas State + at North Texas State + at North Texas State + at Mississippi State at Mississippi State at Mississippi Harding Harding Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Louisiana Tech + Louisiana Tech + at Lamar + at Lamar + at Lamar + Christian Brothers

L 2-7 W 8-6 L 0-20 L 5-9 L 2-4 L 2-4 W 9-8 W 8-0 L 10-14 L 4-5 W 5-3 L 0-1 W 13-0 L 3-6 W 4-2 W 4-1 L 5-7 L 4-13 L 5-12 L 0-3 L 0-1 W 13-0 W 2-0 L 1-3 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 4-5 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 8-3

1986- Richard Johnson Won 20, Lost 21 (.488) Kansas @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Oklahoma @ UTPA Kansas @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American Central Michigan @ UTPA Kansas @ UTPA at Murray State at McNeese State + at McNeese State + at McNeese State + Mississippi at Lamar + at Lamar + at Lamar + Harding Harding Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin North Texas State + North Texas State + North Texas State + at Mississippi at Mississippi at Christian Brothers at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + at Louisiana Tech + Central Arkansas Central Arkansas at Harding at Harding Texas-Arlington + Texas-Arlington + at Delta State at Delta State Christian Brothers NE Louisiana + NE Louisiana + NE Louisiana + Rhodes

W 5-4 L 7-13 L 3-10 W 8-6 W 7-4 L 1-2 L 2-3 L 7-8 L 4-6 L 3-6 L 2-5 L 4-12 W 5-2 L 3-9 L 2-4 w 6-2 W 11-3 L 1-3 W 7-6 W 7-1 W 3-2 W 11-10 L 3-4 L 4-6 L 12-13 L 0-5 W 11-7 L 0-6 L 5-6 W 5-4 W 9-6 W 4-3 W 2-1 W 6-2 L 1-4 W 8-2 W 2-1 L 3-4 L 1-5 W 4-3 W 4-3

1987- Richard Johnson Won 12, Lost 23 (.343) Central Michigan @ UTPA Oklahoma City @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American at New Mexico State at New Mexico State

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8-9 3-4 2-15 5-0 0-4

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

1988- Richard Johnson Won 15, Lost 26 (.366) Sam Houston State @ UTPA Central Michigan @ UTPA Oklahoma @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American & at Texas-Pan American & at Texas-Pan American & Sam Houston State @ UTPA at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Mississippi at Christian Brothers Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Southeast Missouri State Southeast Missouri State at Memphis State at Memphis State Harding Harding Southwest Louisiana & Southwest Louisiana & Southwest Louisiana & at Mississippi Christian Brothers at Harding at Harding Lamar & Lamar & Lamar & Memphis State Memphis State at Louisiana Tech & at Louisiana Tech & at Louisiana Tech & at Delta State at Delta State at New Orleans & at New Orleans & at New Orleans &

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1-0 4-7 8-12 3-17 3-5 3-7 1-2 11-10 16-1 3-14 2-3 6-5 12-10 8-2 12-6 2-4 1-2 1-3 6-10 8-0 10-1 0-9 6-13 17-16 13-11 17-8 6-1 13-2 7-8 7-5 1-6 2-4 5-9 8-20 1-8 6-7 2-8 1-14 4-5 5-9 0-9

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0-3 5-13 1-9 0-6 0-5

1989- Richard Johnson Won 11, Lost 34 (.244) Wake Forest @ UTPA Maine @ UTPA Maine @ UTPA Central Michigan @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American &

at Texas-Pan American & at Texas-Pan American & at Harding at Harding Murray State Murray State Murray State S. Illinois-Carbondale S. Illinois-Carbondale Arkansas-Little Rock at Arkansas-Little Rock at Murray State Memphis State Memphis State at Memphis State at Memphis State at Christian Brothers Mississippi at Southwest Louisiana & at Southwest Louisiana & at Southwest Louisiana & Harding Harding at S. Illinois-Carbondale at S. Illinois-Carbondale at Lamar & at Lamar & at Lamar & at Mississippi Louisiana Tech & Louisiana Tech & Louisiana Tech & at Mississippi Christian Brothers Delta State Southeast Missouri State Southeast Missouri State New Orleans & New Orleans & New Orleans &

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1990- Richard Johnson Won 11, Lost 38 (.224) Harding at Southwest Missouri State at Southwest Missouri State at Oklahoma Murray State Murray State Oklahoma @ UTPA Lafayette @ UTPA Oklahoma @ UTPA St. John’s @ UTPA at Texas-Pan American & at Texas-Pan American & at Texas-Pan American & Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock at Southeast Missouri State at Southeast Missouri State Mississippi S. Illinois-Carbondale S. Illinois-Carbondale at Murray State at Murray State at Murray State at Lamar & at Lamar & at Lamar & at Mississippi Southwest Missouri State Southwest Missouri State at Louisiana Tech & at Louisiana Tech & at Louisiana Tech & (13 inn) Harding Southwest Louisiana & Southwest Louisiana & Southwest Louisiana & at S. Illinois-Carbondale at S. Illinois-Carbondale at Central Arkansas

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1991- Richard Johnson Won 10, Lost 35 (.222) Harding Memphis State at Memphis State at Memphis State at Murray State S. Illinois-Carbondale S. Illinois-Carbondale Southeast Missouri State at Arkansas-Little Rock at Arkansas-Little Rock Memphis State at Central Florida & at Central Florida & at Central Florida & at Alabama at Alabama Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Northern Iowa Harding Lamar & Lamar & Lamar & Murray State Louisiana Tech & Louisiana Tech & Louisiana Tech & at Southwest Louisiana & at Southwest Louisiana & at Southwest Louisiana & at S. Illinois-Carbondale at S. Illinois-Carbondale Texas-Pan American & Texas-Pan American & Texas-Pan American & at Southeast Missouri State St. Louis St. Louis at Mississippi at Mississippi Southwest Missouri State Southwest Missouri State at New Orleans & at New Orleans & at New Orleans &

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1992- Bill Bethea Won 22, Lost 30 (.423) Memphis State Southeast Missouri State at Wichita State at Wichita State at Arkansas-Little Rock at Arkansas-Little Rock Harding Louisville Louisville Louisville at Southwest Missouri State at Southwest Missouri State Murray State Murray State Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock at Memphis State Missouri Southern @ UTPA Oral Roberts @ UTPA Miami (Ohio) @ UTPA

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at Texas-Pan American * at Texas-Pan American * at Texas-Pan American * at Southwest Louisiana * at Southwest Louisiana * at Southwest Louisiana * at Memphis State at Murray State Louisiana Tech * Louisiana Tech * Louisiana Tech * Central Arkansas at Southeast Missouri State Southwest Louisiana * Southwest Louisiana * Southwest Louisiana * at Central Arkansas at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * at Harding at Lamar * at Lamar * at Lamar * at Mississippi Southwest Missouri State Southwest Missouri State New Orleans * New Orleans * New Orleans * at Memphis State

L 4-6 L 4-8 L 1-3 W 5-4 L 3-6 L 3-11 L 5-12 L 2-4 W 9-2 L 5-15 L 8-10 W 8-2 L 7-11 L 3-8 L 0-8 W 11-8 W 14-3 L 2-5 L 5-6 L 1-9 W 9-0 L 6-7 L 2-10 L 3-8 L 3-4 L 0-9 L 5-6 L 1-7 W 3-2 W 6-5 W 28-13

1993- Bill Bethea Won 33, Lost 26 (.559) at Texas-Arlington W 16-3 at Texas-Arlington L 3-6 Harding W 6-0 Harding W 14-3 Henderson State W 4-3 Henderson State W 18-3 Arkansas College W 7-0 at South Alabama * (10 inns.) L 10-11 at South Alabama * L 1-4 at South Alabama * (10 inns.)W 10-9 Southern Illinois W 7-1 Memphis State (11 inns.) W 2-1 Southwest Baptist W 6-1 Southwest Baptist W 4-2 Murray State W 17-5 Murray State W 4-2 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 10-2 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 9-1 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 6-2 Louisiana State L 0-9 Louisiana State W 10-7 at Central Arkansas L 4-7 at Southwest Louisiana L 6-12 at Southwest Louisiana L 3-6 Southwest Missouri State W 6-4 Southwest Missouri State L 0-4 Jacksonville * L 4-9 Jacksonville * L 4-5 Jacksonville * L 4-8 at Southwest Missouri State L 4-9 at Southwest Missouri State L 8-10 at Memphis State L 6-7 Missouri W 1-0 Missouri L 1-12 Missouri W 5-4 Tennessee-Martin W 7-4 South Alabama * L 6-7 South Alabama * W 1-0 South Alabama * L 0-6 at Southeast Missouri State L 4-12 at Southeast Missouri State W 5-1 at Murray State W 6-3 at Jacksonville * L 0-6 at Jacksonville * W 10-5 at Jacksonville * W 5-2 Central Arkansas W 13-2 at Tennessee-Martin L 2-4 at Western Kentucky * W 9-6

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1994- Bill Bethea Won 39, Lost 25 (.609) Lambuth W Lambuth W NE Louisiana W NE Louisiana W Arkansas College W Arkansas College W Southern Illinois W at Southeast Missouri State W at Missouri L at Missouri L at Missouri (10 inns.) L at Arkansas-Little Rock * W at Arkansas-Little Rock * W at Arkansas-Little Rock * W Central Arkansas W Denison W South Alabama * W South Alabama * L South Alabama * (10 inns.) L at Louisiana State L at Louisiana State L Murray State L Harding W Western Kentucky * (11 inns.)L Western Kentucky * W Western Kentucky * W at Southwest Missouri State W at Mississippi (10 inns.) W at Memphis State L Memphis State L Tennessee-Martin W at Southern Illinois W Arkansas-Little Rock * W Arkansas-Little Rock * W Arkansas-Little Rock * W at Murray State L Southwest Missouri State W Southwest Missouri State W at South Alabama * L at South Alabama * L at South Alabama * (11 inns.)W Southeast Missouri State W at Tennessee-Martin (10 inns.)W at Western Kentucky * W at Western Kentucky * W at Western Kentucky * L Memphis State L Jacksonville * L Jacksonville * W Jacksonville * L Memphis State L at Jacksonville * (10 inns.) L Jacksonville * W Jacksonville * L Lamar # W New Orleans # (11 inns.) W Jacksonville # W Lamar # L Lamar # (11 inns.) W (8) NCAA Central Regional Oklahoma (8) L Texas-San Antonio (8) W Nevada (8) W Texas (8) L 1995- Bill Bethea Won 37, Lost 20 (.649) Lambuth

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Austin Peay State L 3-5 at Texas-Arlington (10 inns.) L 8-9 Oklahoma State L 2-8 Clemson L 2-7 Memphis W 5-0 Lyon College W 4-0 at Wichita State L 0-3 at Wichita State L 9-16 Freed-Hardeman W 10-0 Mississippi W 9-5 Wright State W 10-1 Wright State W 12-3 Lambuth W 11-1 at New Orleans * (10 inns.) L 6-7 at New Orleans * W 5-3 at New Orleans * W 8-2 Murray State W 4-3 at Southwest Missouri State L 1-2 Western Kentucky * W 4-2 Western Kentucky * W 15-0 Western Kentucky * W 5-0 Eastern Kentucky W 6-5 Eastern Kentucky W 5-3 Eastern Kentucky L 6-10 Eastern Kentucky W 15-10 at Jacksonville * L 5-6 at Jacksonville * W 8-1 at Jacksonville * L 1-2 Tennessee-Martin W 4-0 Louisiana Tech * W 12-1 Louisiana Tech * W 6-1 Louisiana Tech * W 2-1 Southeast Missouri State W 9-5 at Memphis W 7-6 at Lamar * W 4-1 at Lamar * L 0-7 at Lamar * (14 inns.) W 2-1 at Murray State L 4-5 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 5-1 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 4-0 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 5-4 at Southern Illinois W 8-6 Southwest Louisiana * W 14-3 Southwest Louisiana * L 1-9 Southwest Louisiana * W 14-0 at Tennessee-Martin W 6-4 Southwest Missouri State L 1-6 at South Alabama * L 2-3 at South Alabama * W 5-2 at South Alabama * L 9-10 at Mississippi L 7-14 Texas-Pan American * W 9-4 Texas-Pan American * W 6-0 Texas-Pan American * W 10-3 Lamar # L 3-4 Jacksonville # L 4-17 1996- Bill Bethea Won 32, Lost 27 (.542) Lambuth Lambuth at Texas-Arlington Baylor Southwest Missouri State Indiana State Indiana State at Austin Peay State at Austin Peay State Missouri Missouri Missouri at Texas-Pan American * at Texas-Pan American * at Texas-Pan American * Western Illinois at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Southern Arkansas Jacksonville *

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Jacksonville * Jacksonville * at Tennessee-Martin Southern Illinois New Orleans * New Orleans * New Orleans * Mississippi at Memphis at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * Southeast Missouri State at Southwest Missouri State Lamar * Lamar * Lamar * Southwest Missouri State Tennessee-Martin at Western Kentucky * at Western Kentucky * at Western Kentucky * at Mississippi Memphis at Southwest Louisiana * at Southwest Louisiana * at Southwest Louisiana * at Murray State South Alabama * South Alabama * South Alabama * Southwest Louisiana # New Orleans # South Alabama # New Orleans # South Alabama #

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1997- Bill Bethea Won 35, Lost 18 (.660) at NE Louisiana at NE Louisiana Austin Peay State Austin Peay State Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Lambuth at Mississippi at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at New Orleans * Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * at Centenary at Centenary at Lamar * at Lamar * at Lamar * Southwest Missouri State Southwest Missouri State Louisiana Tech * Louisiana Tech * Louisiana Tech * at Memphis at Tennessee-Martin Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock * Memphis at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at Southeast Missouri State Southwest Louisiana * Southwest Louisiana * Southwest Louisiana * Tennessee-Martin at Jacksonville * at Jacksonville *

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at Jacksonville * Murray State Texas-Pan American * Texas-Pan American * at Missouri at Missouri Louisiana Tech # South Alabama # Texas-Pan American # Southwest Louisiana #

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1998- Bill Bethea Won 30, Lost 20 (.600) at Texas A&M L 0-7 at Texas-Arlington W 6-4 at Oral Roberts L 12-16 Lambuth W 8-5 Missouri L 2-5 Missouri W 11-9 Missouri L 9-24 at Austin Peay State W 5-0 at Austin Peay State W 12-9 NE Louisiana W 9-0 NE Louisiana L 2-9 at Mississippi L 5-6 at Louisiana Tech * (10 inns.) L 9-10 at Louisiana Tech * W 21-4 St. Louis W 11-2 New Orleans * W 2-0 New Orleans * L 8-12 New Orleans * W 14-6 Southwest Baptist W 9-1 South Alabama * L 2-4 South Alabama * L 2-3 South Alabama * L 0-1 Mississippi L 2-10 Tennessee-Martin W 4-0 at Arkansas-Little Rock * W 8-3 at Arkansas-Little Rock * W 11-0 at Arkansas-Little Rock * W 14-2 Lambuth W 13-2 at Western Kentucky * W 22-7 at Western Kentucky * W 6-5 at Western Kentucky * L 7-8 Southeast Missouri State W 5-4 Lamar * W 11-8 Lamar * L 2-8 Lamar * W 9-8 at Murray State W 11-6 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 11-4 at SW Louisiana * (10 inns.) L 4-11 at Southwest Louisiana * L 0-1 at Tennessee-Martin W 7-4 at Texas-Pan American * L 6-13 at Texas-Pan American * W 14-8 at Texas-Pan American * W 6-0 Memphis W 8-3 Jacksonville * W 4-2 Jacksonville * L 1-5 Jacksonville * W 11-3 at Memphis W 7-4 Lamar # (13 inns.) L 3-4 South Alabama # L 1-10 1999- Bill Bethea Won 18, Lost 38 (.321) Lambuth at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama Austin Peay State (14 inns.) Austin Peay State at Oklahoma at Texas-Arlington at Oral Roberts Southeast Missouri State at Southwest Louisiana * at Southwest Louisiana * at Southwest Louisiana * Mississippi Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock *

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS Memphis (10 inns.) L Southern Arkansas W at Western Kentucky * L at Western Kentucky * W at Western Kentucky * L Dallas Baptist L Dallas Baptist W Louisiana Tech * L Louisiana Tech * L Louisiana Tech * W Southwest Louisiana * L Southwest Louisiana * L Southwest Louisiana * L at Tennessee-Martin L Murray State W at Arkansas-Little Rock * L at Arkansas-Little Rock * L at Arkansas-Little Rock * L at Murray State W Western Kentucky * L Western Kentucky * W Western Kentucky * L at Mississippi L Tennessee-Martin W at Louisiana Tech * (10 inns.) L at Louisiana Tech * W at Louisiana Tech * L at Memphis W South Alabama * L South Alabama * L South Alabama * L at New Orleans * (10 inns.) L at New Orleans * L at New Orleans * L at Southwest Missouri State L Florida International * W Florida International * L Florida International * L South Alabama # L New Orleans # L 2000- Bill Bethea Won 20, Lost 35 (.364) Lambuth W at Rice L at Northwestern (La.) State L at Nebraska L at New Mexico State W at Dallas Baptist W at Southwest Texas State L Lyon College W Indiana State W Indiana State W Tennessee-Martin W Eastern Illinois W Eastern Illinois W Eastern Illinois W at South Alabama * W at South Alabama * L at South Alabama * L at Missouri L at Missouri L New Orleans * W New Orleans * L at Southwest Missouri State W at Florida International * W at Florida International * W at Florida International * L at Louisiana-Lafayette * L at Louisiana-Lafayette * L at Louisiana-Lafayette * L at Memphis W Southwest Missouri State L Arkansas-Little Rock * W Arkansas-Little Rock * L Arkansas-Little Rock * (11 inns.) 2-3 at Mississippi L Western Kentucky * L Western Kentucky * L Western Kentucky * L at SE Missouri State (11 inns.)L

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19-1 2-8 3-10 3-10 22-12 10-3 8-11 3-0 4-3 8-5 8-5 8-3 4-3 14-5 5-4 4-5 5-9 2-6 6-7 8-7 3-5 12-4 3-2 5-4 1-13 2-5 3-11 4-11 4-2 2-7 5-4 2-6 L 3-4 0-4 2-8 0-5 9-10

Memphis at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * Southeast Missouri State South Alabama * South Alabama * South Alabama * (14 inns.) at Murray State at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at New Orleans * Florida International * Florida International * Florida International * New Orleans # Arkansas-Little Rock #

W 5-4 W 11-4 L 3-4 L 4-11 L 4-7 L 7-8 L 5-9 L 6-7 W 7-1 L 4-10 L 2-4 L 11-14 L 3-6 L 4-6 L 4-7 L 12-17 L 10-13

2001 - Bill Bethea Won 22, Lost 36 (.379) Lambuth W at Texas A&M L at Texas A&M W at Texas A&M L at Texas-Arlington L at Oral Roberts L at SW Missouri State (12 inns.)L Iowa State W Iowa State L Iowa State L Southeast Missouri State L SW Missouri State (13 inns.) W Southwest Missouri State L Mississippi L Williams Baptist L Toledo L Toledo W Toledo W at Southeast Missouri State L Middle Tennessee State * L Middle Tennessee State * W Middle Tennessee State * L Tennessee-Martin W at Western Kentucky * W at Western Kentucky * L at Western Kentucky * L Missouri L Missouri (10 inns.) L at New Mexico State * W at New Mexico State * L at New Mexico State * W Louisiana-Lafayette * L Louisiana-Lafayette * W Louisiana-Lafayette * W Murray State W Harding L Louisiana Tech * W Louisiana Tech * W Louisiana Tech * L at Mississippi (10 inns.) W at South Alabama * L at South Alabama * L at South Alabama* W at Murray State L at Memphis L at Arkansas-Little Rock* L at Arkansas-Little Rock* L at Arkansas-Little Rock* L at Florida International* L at Florida International* W at Florida International* W Memphis L at Tennessee-Martin W New Orleans* W New Orleans* L New Orleans* L Middle Tennessee # L New Orleans # L 2002 - Bill Bethea Won 23, Lost 35 (.379) McNeese State

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McNeese State McNeese State Williams Baptist Delta State at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama at Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Monroe Southeast Missouri State at Murray State Northern Iowa Northern Iowa Northern Iowa at Missouri at Missouri Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at South Alabama * Southwest Missouri State Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * at Oklahoma State Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock * at Southeast Missouri State Lambuth Florida International * Florida International * Florida International * at Mississippi at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at Memphis Murray State New Mexico State * New Mexico State * New Mexico State * at Middle Tennessee * at Middle Tennessee * at Middle Tennessee * Memphis at Southwest Missouri State at Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin Mississippi at Louisiana-Lafayette * at Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * at Louisiana-Lafayette * New Mexico State # Western Kentucky #

L 1-3 W 7-6 W 11-0 L 9-13 L 3-11 L 5-14 L 3-7 W 7-4 L 3-5 L 1-2 W 10-2 L 1-5 W 4-3 L 5-7 L 3-8 W 15-10 L 6-10 W 4-3 W 9-4 L 4-5 L 1-8 L 8-9 L 3-10 L 3-7 L 4-7 L 8-10 W 5-4 W 10-4 W 13-3 W 6-1 W 11-4 L 1-15 W 5-3 W 8-4 L 1-8 L 4-6 W 11-5 L 4-5 L 5-8 W 3-2 L 2-5 L 2-4 W 4-3 W 4-2 L 4-6 L 3-6 L 4-9 L 4-8 W 10-6 L 1-2 L 4-12 L 6-8 L 3-4 W 9-6 W 10-6 L 2-3 L 8-9

2003 - Keith Kessinger Won 24, Lost 31 (.436) Harding Southwest Missouri State New Mexico Texas-Arlington at McNeese State at McNeese State at McNeese State Northwestern (La.) State Northwestern (La.) State Northwestern (La.) State Southeast Missouri State Lamar Lamar Lamar at Mississippi Southwest Missouri State Southwest Missouri State Southwest Missouri State Christian Brothers New Orleans * New Orleans * New Orleans *

W 6-5 L 3-6 L 10-12 L 6-10 L 4-16 L 7-8 W 9-3 L 0-8 L 2-6 W 3-2 W 7-3 L 4-11 L 2-3 W 5-3 W 3-2 L 2-9 L 12-13 W 6-2 W 15-4 W 9-2 W 4-3 W 3-2

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at Tennessee-Martin #25 South Alabama #25 South Alabama #25 South Alabama Memphis Murray State at Western Kentucky * at Western Kentucky * at #17 Oklahoma State Middle Tennessee * Middle Tennessee * Middle Tennessee * at Southeast Missouri State at New Mexico State * at New Mexico State * at New Mexico State * at Memphis Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas-Pine Bluff Mississippi at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * Tennessee-Martin Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * at Murray State at Florida International * at Florida International * at Florida International * #23 South Alabama # Florida International #

L 3-6 W 7-1 W 6-2 L 2-11 W 8-4 W 4-2 L 1-2 W 6-1 L 3-8 L 2-4 L 6-7 W 5-1 L 6-7 W 9-7 L 5-14 L 13-15 W 14-1 L 2-3 W 10-2 W 8-5 L 2-4 L 3-14 L 4-5 W 7-2 L 3-4 L 8-13 L 2-3 W 8-3 L 3-4 L 7-10 W 6-4 L 2-6 L 4-5

2004 - Keith Kessinger Won 29, Lost 28 (.508) at Northwestern State at Northwestern State at Northwestern State Tennessee-Martin Illinois-Chicago Illinois-Chicago Illinois-Chicago Southeast Missouri at Lipscomb at Vanderbilt at Belmont Northern Iowa Northern Iowa Northern Iowa Murray State at #10 Ole Miss at Lamar at Lamar at Lamar Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at New Orleans * Memphis at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at Murray State Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * at #7 Ole Miss at Middle Tennessee * at Middle Tennessee * at Middle Tennessee * #6 Ole Miss New Mexico State * New Mexico State * New Mexico State * Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Tennessee-Martin Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock *

L 8-13 L 2-8 W 9-5 W 2-1 W 5-4 L 4-6 L 4-6 L 9-12 W 4-3 L 2-12 W 8-3 W 3-2 W 2-1 W 4-3 W 10-5 W 11-7 L 0-5 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 7-2 W 10-3 W 8-0 L 3-5 L 8-9 L 8-13 W 8-2 L 0-9 W 9-6 L 4-14 W 10-8 L 4-10 L 10-17 W 10-6 L 8-9 W 10-6 L 8-9 L 4-6 W 7-6 L 10-13 W 5-4 L 5-9 W 17-7 W 13-5 W 19-2 W 6-4 L 1-3

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS Arkansas-Little Rock * at Southeast Missouri at Louisiana-Lafayette * at Louisiana-Lafayette * at Southwest Missouri at Southwest Missouri Florida International * Florida International * Florida International * vs. Middle Tennessee # vs. New Mexico State #

L 6-8 L 4-6 W 12-11 W 7-2 W 14-3 W 6-4 W 6-5 L 0-1 L 3-7 L 2-12 L 3-6

2005 - Keith Kessinger Won 33, Lost 23 (.589) Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas-Pine Bluff at #15 Mississippi vs. Kansas State vs. Northwestern at Texas-Arlington Murray State at Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Monroe Tennessee-Martin Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wisconsin-Milwaukee South Dakota State at Southern Mississippi at Southern Mississippi at Southern Mississippi Southwest Missouri State Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois at Florida International * at Florida International * at Florida International * at Southeast Missouri #17 Louisiana-Lafayette * #17 Louisiana-Lafayette * #17 Louisiana-Lafayette * at Tennessee-Martin at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Murray State Crichton College Southeast Missouri at New Mexico State * at New Mexico State * at New Mexico State * Middle Tennessee * Middle Tennessee * Middle Tennessee * at Western Kentucky * at Western Kentucky * at Western Kentucky * at Memphis South Alabama * South Alabama * South Alabama * Memphis New Orleans * New Orleans * New Orleans * at Florida International # vs. New Orleans #

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2006 - Keith Kessinger Won 22, Lost 30 (.423) Henderson State Southeast Missouri Akron Akron Murray State Kentucky Michigan State Lamar #18 Mississippi

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#8 Mississippi State #8 Mississippi State #8 Mississippi State Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin Missouri State Missouri State Missouri State Mississippi Samford Samford Samford Memphis Florida International * Florida International * Florida International * Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * Murray State Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock * Arkansas-Little Rock * Memphis Freed-Hardeman Freed-Hardeman Tennessee-Martin #29 Troy * #29 Troy * #29 Troy * Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * South Alabama * South Alabama * South Alabama * New Orleans * New Orleans * New Orleans * Louisiana-Lafayette # South Alabama #

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2007 - Keith Kessinger Won 23, Lost 32 (.418) at Samford at Samford at Samford at Central Arkansas vs Creighton vs Northwestern at Lamar at Murray State Bradley Bradley Bradley Southeast Missouri State Jackson State New Orleans* New Orleans* New Orleans* Mississippi at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at South Alabama * Missouri State Missouri State Middle Tennessee * (10 inn) Middle Tennessee * (10 inn) Middle Tennessee * (14 inn) at Tennessee-Martin at Florida Atlantic * at Florida Atlantic * at Florida Atlantic * at #10 Mississippi Murray State Florida International * Florida International * Florida International * at #14 Oklahoma State at #14 Oklahoma State

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

at Western Kentucky * W 8-5 at Western Kentucky * L 3-10 at Western Kentucky * W 6-4 Tennessee-Martin W 6-1 Central Arkansas W 4-2 Troy * L 0-7 Troy * L 4-6 Troy * L 1-4 at Louisiana-Lafayette * (11) L 5-6 at Louisiana-Lafayette * L 7-11 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 4-2 Memphis L 5-10 at Memphis L 7-8 Louisiana-Monroe * W 7-5 Louisiana-Monroe * L 3-12 Louisiana-Monroe * W 17-13 at Arkansas-Little Rock * L 1-2 at Arkansas-Little Rock * W 10-3 at Arkansas-Little Rock * W 4-1 2008 - Keith Kessinger Won 20, Lost 34, Tied 1 (.363) vs. Ohio State L 3-7 vs. Seton Hall W 6-3 vs. Navy W 8-1 Williams Baptist W 6-1 vs. Kansas State W 2-1 at Lamar L 3-10 at #2 Mississippi W 7-5 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9-5 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9-2 Memphis L 0-3 Harris-Stowe State W 3-2 Harris-Stowe State W 10-4 Middle Tennessee * W 6-5 Middle Tennessee * L 1-2 Middle Tennessee * (10 inn) L 6-7 at Missouri State L 4-9 Louisiana-Monroe * L 1-3 Louisiana-Monroe * W 15-10 Louisiana-Monroe * L 3-6 at Tennessee-Martin W 12-6 at Memphis W 7-4 at South Alabama * L 9-17 at South Alabama * L 4-10 at South Alabama * L 7-8 Tennessee-Martin L 8-9 Southern Illinois L 3-10 at Troy * L 4-8 at Troy * L 4-7 at Troy * L 2-8 at Southeast Missouri W 8-3 at #29 Southern Miss L 3-6 at #29 Southern Miss L 7-8 at #29 Southern Miss L 3-6 Murray State W 3-2 at Western Kentucky * L 1-8 at Western Kentucky * L 6-7 at Western Kentucky * L 5-13 Southeast Missouri L 3-12 #29 Mississippi L 4-9 New Orleans * L 2-5 New Orleans * L 5-7 New Orleans * L 3-26 Florida International * W 3-2 Florida International * L 2-11 Florida International * W 7-1 at Florida Atlantic * W 8-2 at Florida Atlantic * L 3-20 at Florida Atlantic * T 11-11 at Murray State W 5-2 Arkansas-Little Rock * L 1-3 Arkansas-Little Rock * L 0-8 Arkansas-Little Rock * L 5-15 2009 - Tommy Raffo Won 23, Lost 30 (.434) vs. Texas State (10 inn) at UT-Arlington vs. Siena

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vs. Texas State SIU-Edwardsville at #14 Mississippi at Murray State Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * Louisiana-Lafayette * (10) Harris Stowe Harris Stowe at Middle Tennessee * (10) at Middle Tennessee * at Middle Tennessee * Williams Baptist #12 Mississippi at Louisiana-Monroe * at Louisiana-Monroe * (11) at Louisiana-Monroe * (10) at Southern Illinois South Alabama * South Alabama * South Alabama * at #15 Mississippi Southeast Missouri State Troy * Troy * (10 inn) Troy * vs. Memphis Memphis (10 inn) Chicago State Chicago State Missouri State Missouri State (10 inn) Western Kentucky * (11 inn) Western Kentucky * Western Kentucky * at Tennessee-Martin at Southeast Missouri State at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at New Orleans * at Florida International * at Florida International * at Florida International * Florida Atlantic * Florida Atlantic * Florida Atlantic * Murray State at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock * at Arkansas-Little Rock *

L 2-3 W 19-12 L 5-11 L 5-11 W 2-0 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 11-1 W 3-2 L 8-10 L 3-14 L 3-10 W 17-9 L 1-7 W 14-4 W 6-4 L 8-10 L 3-10 W 8-7 L 3-10 W 7-2 L 6-9 W 12-1 L 2-5 L 3-7 L 7-12 L 8-16 W 8-7 W 15-0 W 16-9 L 3-4 L 2-14 L 2-3 W 8-6 L 0-3 L 2-6 W 17-11 L 2-4 L 6-13 W 9-3 W 13-1 L 5-11 L 4-10 L 5-9 W 11-4 L 6-10 W 4-2 W 10-7 W 6-2 L 3-6

* - Sun Belt Conference Game # - Sun Belt Tournament Game

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS Sun Belt (1992-Present) 2009 W *+#Middle Tennessee 21 #Western Kentucky 21 Troy 18 FIU 18 Louisiana-Lafayette 14 South Alabama 13 Louisiana-Monroe 12 Florida Atlantic 12 Arkansas State 12 New Orleans 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 7 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion #NCAA Tournament Participant 2008 W *Louisiana-Monroe 20 New Orleans 18 Troy 18 Florida Atlantic 15 +#Western Kentucky 16 Louisiana-Lafayette 16 South Alabama 15 Middle Tennessee 13 Florida International 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 10 Arkansas State 8 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion #NCAA Tournament Participant 2007 W *#Louisiana-Lafayette 23 +#New Orleans 16 #Troy 16 Middle Tennessee 16 Louisiana-Monroe 15 Florida Atlantic 15 Western Kentucky 15 South Alabama 13 Arkansas State 13 Florida International 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 9 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion #NCAA Tournament Participant 2006 W *+^Troy 20 Louisiana-Lafayette 19 ^South Alabama 16 Florida International 12 New Orleans 12 Middle Tennessee 10 Arkansas State 7 Western Kentucky 5 Arkansas-Little Rock 5 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion ^NCAA Tournament Participant 2005 W Louisiana-Lafayette*^ 16 South Alabama+^ 15 Florida International 14 Middle Tennessee 13 New Mexico State 13 Arkansas State 12 New Orleans 10 Western Kentucky 8 Arkansas-Little Rock 6 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion ^NCAA Tournament Participant 2004 W Middle Tennessee*^ 16 South Alabama* 16 New Orleans 13 Louisiana-Lafayette 11 New Mexico State 12 Western Kentucky+^ 12 Florida International 12 Arkansas State 8 Arkansas-Little Rock 6

L 8 8 10 12 15 16 17 17 18 18 21

L 10 11 12 12 14 14 15 16 18 18 21

Pct. .724 .621 .643 .600 .483 .448 .414 .414 .400 .400 .250

Pct. .667 .621 .600 .554 .533 .533 .500 .448 .400 .357 .283

W L 44 18 42 20 33 21 34 23 27 30-1 25 30 32 27 30 26 23 30 22 33 16 34

W 34 43 32 32 33 30 33 27 20 16 20

L 24 21 26 27 27 29 25 29 36 32 34

Pct. .710 .677 .611 .596 .474 .455 .542 .536 .434 .400 .320

Pct. .586 .672 .552 .542 .550 .508 .569 .482 .357 .333 .373

L 7 14 14 14 14 15 15 16 17 17 20

Pct. .767 .533 .533 .533 .517 .500 .500 .448 .433 .414 .310

W L Pct. 45 17 .726 38 26 .594 34 27 .557 32 28 .533 29 28 .509 36 22 .621 25 30 .455 31 26 .544 23 32 .418 26 29 .473 21 31 .404

L 4 5 7 12 12 13 16 18 19

Pct. .833 .792 .696 .500 .500 .435 .304 .217 .208

W L Pct. 47 16 .746 39 20 .661 39 21 .650 36 24 .600 30 28 .517 30 25 .545 22 30 .423 22 30 .423 24 30 .444

L 8 9 10 10 11 12 14 16 17

L 8 8 10 11 12 12 12 15 18

Pct. .667 .625 .583 .565 .542 .500 .417 .333 .261

Pct. .667 .667 .565 .500 .500 .500 .500 .348 .250

W L Pct. 48 19 .716 35 27 .565 38 21 .644 32 23 .582 28 29 .491 33 23 .589 20 39 .339 21 37 .362 23 33 .411

W L Pct. 40 22 .645 30 28 .517 27 28 .491 34 23 .596 33 25 .568 35 27 .556 29 33 .468 29 28 .509 16 32 .333

*SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion ^NCAA Tournament Participant 2003 W South Alabama*^ 17 New Mexico State^ 15 Louisiana-Lafayette 15 Western Kentucky 12 Florida International 12 Middle Tennessee+^ 10 Arkansas State 9 Arkansas-Little Rock 9 New Orleans 7 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion ^NCAA Tournament Participant 2002 W South Alabama*^ 17 Louisiana-Lafayette^ 17 Western Kentucky 14 Florida International^ 13 New Orleans 12 New Mexico State+^ 10 Arkansas State 9 Middle Tennessee 8 Arkansas-Little Rock 5 *SBC Regular Season Champion +SBC Tournament Champion ^NCAA Tournament Participant 2001 W *+Middle Tennessee 17 *=South Alabama 17 *Florida International 16 Western Kentucky 14 New Orleans 13 Louisiana Tech 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 12 Arkansas State 12 Louisiana-Lafayette 12 New Mexico State 9 *NCAA Tournament Participant +SBC Regular Season Champion =SBC Tournament Champion 2000 W New Orleans 20 Louisiana-Lafayette 20 Florida International 15 Arkansas-Little Rock 16 *South Alabama 14 Louisiana Tech 13 Western Kentucky 11 Arkansas State 6 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1999 W South Alabama 27 Southwestern Louisiana 24 Western Kentucky 21 *Florida International 17 New Orleans 15 Louisiana Tech 10 Arkansas-Little Rock 10 Arkansas State 6 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1998 W South Alabama 19 *Southwestern Louisiana 24 Lamar 15 Arkansas State 14 New Orleans 13 Jacksonville 13 Western Kentucky 12 Texas-Pan American 11 Louisiana Tech 8 Arkansas-Little Rock 5 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1997 W Southwestern Louisiana 22 *South Alabama 15 Arkansas State 14 Louisiana Tech 13 Lamar 13 Texas-Pan American 14 Jacksonville 13 New Orleans 11

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L 7 9 9 11 12 13 14 14 17

Pct. .708 .625 .625 .522 .500 .435 .391 .391 .292

W L Pct. 42 19 .689 43 18 .705 30 30 .500 34 22 .607 36 23 .610 33 27 .550 24 31 .436 30 26 .536 23 32 .418

L 5 7 9 11 12 14 14 16 17

Pct. .772 .708 .609 .542 .500 .417 .391 .333 .227

W L Pct. 42 19 .689 39 23 .629 38 20 .655 41 20 .672 31 28 .525 37 25 .597 23 35 .379 26 30 .464 19 35 .352

L 10 10 11 13 14 14 15 15 15 17

Pct. .630 .630 .593 .519 .481 .462 .444 .444 .444 .346

W L Pct. 41 17 .707 45 19 .703 43 21 .672 32 27 .542 25 32 .439 32 26 .552 26 24 .520 22 36 .379 28 28 .500 32 23 .582

L 9 10 12 13 15 15 18 23

Pct. .690 .667 .556 .552 .483 .464 .379 .207

W L 38 25 49 20 42 20 33 23 27 33 26 29 24 35 20 35

Pct. .603 .710 .677 .589 .450 .473 .407 .364

L 5 9 12 16 18 22 22 26

Pct. .844 .727 .636 .515 .455 .313 .313 .188

W L 39 20 42 24 38 24 44 19 25 34 20 37 20 37 18 38

Pct. .661 .636 .613 .698 .424 .351 .351 .321

L 6 9 9 11 13 14 14 15 18 21

Pct. .760 .727 .625 .560 .500 .481 .462 .423 .308 .192

W L Pct. 42 19 .689 42 24 .639 26 27 .491 30 20 .600 29 29 .500 31 27 .534 27 24 .529 18 32 .360 21 34 .382 17 38 .309

L 5 10 11 13 11 12 14 15

Pct. .815 .600 .560 .500 .542 .538 .481 .423

W L Pct. 42 17 .712 40 17 .702 35 18 .660 29 29 .500 32 19 .625 30 22 .577 32 22 .593 31 25 .554

Western Kentucky 10 Arkansas-Little Rock 2 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1996 W *South Alabama 22 New Orleans 19 Southwestern Louisiana 15 Arkansas State 14 Jacksonville 12 Texas-Pan American 11 Lamar 11 Arkansas-Little Rock 10 Western Kentucky 9 Louisiana Tech 9 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1995 W Jacksonville 21 South Alabama 20 Arkansas State 20 *Lamar 16 New Orleans 15 Southwestern Louisiana 12 Arkansas-Little Rock 8 Texas-Pan American 8 Louisiana Tech 8 Western Kentucky 6 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1994 W East Division South Alabama 16 Jacksonville 16 *Arkansas State 14 Western Kentucky 7 Arkansas-Little Rock 4 West Division Lamar 16 Southwestern Louisiana 16 New Orleans 16 Louisiana Tech 8 Texas-Pan American 4 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1993 W East Division South Alabama 11 Arkansas State 11 Jacksonville 11 Western Kentucky 11 Arkansas-Little Rock 5 West Division *Lamar 13 Louisiana Tech 11 Southwestern Louisiana 10 New Orleans 9 Texas-Pan American 5 *won SBC Tournament Champion 1992 W East Division *South Alabama 11 Western Kentucky 10 Central Florida 9 Jacksonville 9 Arkansas-Little Rock 8 West Division Louisiana Tech 15 Southwestern Louisiana 14 Lamar 10 New Orleans 10 Texas-Pan American 6 Arkansas State 5 *won SBC Tournament Champion

17 .370 22 .083

24 6

L 5 8 12 13 14 15 16 15 17 17

Pct. .815 .704 .556 .519 .462 .423 .407 .400 .346 .346

W L Pct. 42 17 .712 43 21 .672 25 33 .431 32 27 .542 23 34 .404 25 30 .455 26 29 .473 29 22 .569 29 26 .527 23 31 .426

L 6 7 7 11 11 15 18 19 19 21

Pct. .778 .741 .741 .593 .577 .444 .308 .296 .296 .222

W L Pct. 41 22 .651 41 17 .707 37 20 .649 38 24 .613 36 22 .621 21 24 .467 24 28 .462 17 37 .315 17 37 .315 21 35 .375

L Pct.

W

29 .453 43 .122

L

Pct.

6 8 10 14 19

.727 .667 .583 .333 .174

32 25 .561 40 24 .625 39 25 .609 22 27 .449 21 33 .389

8 8 8 16 20

.667 .667 .667 .333 .167

36 42 35 22 11

23 15 23 26 39

.610 .737 .603 .458 .220

W

L

Pct.

L Pct. 6 10 10 10 13

.647 .524 .524 .524 .278

37 21 .636 33 26 .559 33 26 .559 30 22 .577 24 29 .453

5 8 9 10 16

.722 .579 .526 .474 .238

44 25 25 25 23

L Pct.

18 25 29 28 33

.710 .500 .463 .472 .411

W

L

Pct.

6 11 11 12 12

.647 .476 .450 .429 .400

37 30 35 26 26

21 23 23 30 30

.636 .566 .603 .464 .464

5 6 9 11 13 16

.750 .700 .526 .476 .316 .238

31 18 38 21 32 21 27 27 29 23 22 30

.633 .644 .604 .500 .550 .423

W L 49 20 37 21 41 21 31 26 26 31 18 34 10 35

Pct. .710 .638 .661 .544 .456 346 .222

American South (1988-1991) Southwestern Louisiana Texas-Pan American Central Florida Louisiana Tech New Orleans Lamar Arkansas State

1991 W 14 13 10 9 9 6 1 1990

L 5 5 8 8 9 11 17

Pct. .778 .722 .555 .529 .500 .353 .056

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS Southwestern Louisiana New Orleans Louisiana Tech Arkansas State Texas-Pan American Lamar

Southwestern Louisiana New Orleans Louisiana Tech Lamar Texas-Pan American Arkansas State

New Orleans Louisiana Tech Texas-Pan American Southwestern Louisiana Lamar Arkansas State

W 11 11 8 7 5 3 1989 W 11 10 8 8 6 2 1988 W 14 10 8 6 4 2

L 4 4 7 8 10 12

Pct. .733 .733 .533 .467 .333 .200

W L Pct. 47 18 .723 37 27 .578 29 31 .483 11 38 .224 30 24 .556 16 37 .306

L 4 5 7 7 9 13

Pct. .733 .667 .533 .533 .400 .133

W L 49 13 33 34 38 17 26 31 26 27 11 34

L 1 4 7 8 11 13

Pct. .933 .714 .533 .429 .267 .133

W L 42 23 42 19 33 25 41 23 20 31 15 26

Pct. .777 .493 .691 .456 .491 .244

Pct. .646 .689 .569 .640 .394 .366

East Zone *Louisiana Tech 12 4 .750 Northeast Louisiana 5 8 .385 Arkansas State 4 9 .307 West Zone Lamar 15 1 .938 McNeese State 7 9 .438 North Texas State 2 14 .125 *won conference championship series, 3 games

W

L

Pct.

43 14 .754 22 28 .441 12 23 .343 40 19 .678 19 28 .404 12 48 .200 to 1.

Louisiana Tech Texas-Arlington Lamar McNeese State Arkansas State Northeast Louisiana North Texas State

1986 W 13 12 9 9 8 6 2

L 5 5 6 9 9 12 13

Pct. .722 .714 .600 .500 .471 .333 .133

W L Pct. 36 25 .590 30 26 .536 33 23 .589 28 24 .538 20 21 .488 25 22 .532 8 47 .145

Lamar Louisiana Tech McNeese State Texas-Arlington Northeast Louisiana Arkansas State North Texas State

1985 W 15 11 7 8 5 4 3

L 2 3 6 9 8 10 15

Pct. .883 .786 .538 .471 .393 .286 .167

W L Pct. 35 24 .593 35 12 .745 21 24 .467 35 26 .574 26 22 .541 11 22 .333 14 53 .209

Lamar Texas-Arlington Northeast Louisiana Louisiana Tech McNeese State Arkansas State North Texas State

1984 W 16 10 10 8 8 2 2

L 2 2 5 9 10 13 15

Pct. .889 .833 .667 .471 .441 .133 .118

W L Pct. 44 22 .667 30 20 .600 34 16 .680 36 23 .610 16 30 .348 6 25 .194 6 48 .111

1983 W L Pct. East Zone *Northeast Louisiana 11 3 .786 Louisiana Tech 5 8 .385 Arkansas State 3 8 .273 West Zone #Lamar 8 8 .500 Texas-Arlington 8 8 .500 McNeese State 8 8 .500 *won conference championship series, 3 games #won west zone playoff 1982 W L Pct. North Zone *Louisiana Tech Arkansas State

7 7

5 .583 5 .583

1981 W L Pct. North Zone Louisiana Tech 9 4 .692 Texas-Arlington 8 8 .500 Arkansas State 4 9 .308 South Zone *Lamar 12 4 .750 Southwestern Louisiana 11 5 .688 McNeese State 1 15 .063 *won conference championship series, 3 games 1980 W L Pct.

Southland (1964-1987) 1987 W L Pct.

Texas-Arlington 4 8 .333 37 20 .649 South Zone #Southwestern Louisiana 13 3 .813 39 19 .672 *McNeese State 11 5 .688 28 16 .519 !Lamar 0 16 .000 12 52 .188 ! won conference championship series, 3 games to 0, but later forfeited title and 12 conference and 24 regular season games. * includes three forfeit wins in the regular season. # includes six forfeit wins in the conference season. $ includes six forfeit wins in conference season and three forfeit losses in regular season.

W

L

38 32 .543 20 23 .567 22 36 .379 to 2

L

Pct.

40 26 .606 25 18 .580

L

Pct.

54 26 .675 40 23 .635 26 32 .449 to 0.

W

L

Pct.

43 24 .640 35 25 .583 5 36 .122 46 22 .669 21 20 .512 19 29 .400 to 1.

Lamar Louisiana Tech McNeese State Southwestern Louisiana Texas-Arlington Arkansas State

1979 W 15 11 12 8 7 3

L 5 5 8 12 13 13

Pct. .750 .688 .600 .400 .350 .188

W L 44 16 32 17 34 16 14 32 21 28 10 25

Louisiana Tech Lamar Southwestern Louisiana Texas-Arlington Arkansas State McNeese State

1978 W 16 14 13 9 6 2

L 4 6 7 11 14 18

Pct. .800 .700 .650 .450 .300 .100

W L Pct. 46 19 .708 40 15 .727 37 15 .712 34 27 .556 16 31 .340 16 31 .340

Lamar McNeese State Southwestern Louisiana Louisiana Tech Arkansas State Texas-Arlington

1977 W 13 8 7 6 6 4

L 2 7 8 8 9 10

Pct. .867 .533 .467 .429 .400 .286

W L Pct. 37 14 .717 19 26 .422 24 20 .545 32 19 .627 15 34 .306 14 39 .264

Lamar Arkansas State McNeese State Texas-Arlington Southwestern Louisiana Louisiana Tech

1976 W 10 9 7 7 6 6

L 5 6 8 8 9 9

Pct. .667 .600 .467 .467 .400 .400

W L Pct. 35 15 .700 18 28 .391 27 18 .598 29 21 .580 22 24 .478 20 22 .476

Louisiana Tech Lamar Southwestern Louisiana Texas-Arlington Arkansas State McNeese State

1975 W 10 10 9 6 5 5

L 5 5 6 9 10 10

Pct. .667 .667 .600 .400 .333 .333

W L Pct. 32 15 .681 27 16 .509 22 22 .500 22 27 .449 17 19 .472 16 26 .389

Louisiana Tech McNeese State Lamar Arkansas State Southwestern Louisiana Texas-Arlington

1974 W 11 10 9 7 5 3

L 4 5 6 8 10 12

Pct. .734 .667 .600 .467 .333 .200

W L Pct. 29 19 .604 21 24 .467 23 31 .523 19 26 .423 22 28 .440 23 28 .451

Pct.

32 21 .604 20 30 .400 16 18 .471

W

North Zone *Louisiana Tech 10 3 .769 Texas-Arlington 10 5 .667 Arkansas State 1 13 .071 South Zone Lamar 14 1 .906 McNeese State 7 8 .467 Southwestern Louisiana 1 13 .071 *won conference championship series, 4 games

W

38 23 .623 34 19 .642 17 20 .459

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Pct. .730 .653 .680 .304 .429 .286

Southwestern Louisiana Arkansas State Louisiana Tech Texas-Arlington Lamar McNeese State Abilene Christian

1973 W 8 5 9 7 6 5 6

L 4 3 7 7 8 7 10

Pct. .667 .625 .563 .500 .429 .417 .375

W L Pct. 14 19 .424 8 18 .308 27 17 .611 20 17 .541 11 15 .423 15 16 .484 13 19 .406

Southwestern Louisiana Trinity Louisiana Tech Texas-Arlington Lamar Abilene Christian Arkansas State

1972 W 15 12 11 8 6 4 3

L 3 3 6 9 12 14 12

Pct. .823 .800 .648 .471 .333 .222 .200

W L 33 8 32 6 34 14 18 25 9 25 9 23 11 19

Lamar Texas-Arlington Arkansas State Trinity Abilene Christian

1971 W 9 8 6 5 2

L 3 4 6 7 10

Pct. .750 .667 .500 .417 .167

W L Pct. 16 21 .434 22 12 .647 20 17 .541 21 15 .583 10 19 .345

Arkansas State Lamar Trinity Abilene Christian Texas-Arlington

1970 W 9 8 5 5 3

L 3 4 7 7 9

Pct. .750 .667 .417 .417 .250

W L Pct. 16 17 .485 20 17 .541 21 16 .568 12 20 .375 10 18 .357

1969 W L Pct. 7 0 1.000

W L Pct. Not Avail-

Trinity able Lamar 4 3 .563 Abilene Christian 4 4 .500 able Arkansas State 4 4 .500 Texas-Arlington 0 8 .000 *won championship series, 2 games to 0

14

Pct. .805 .843 .709 .419 .265 .281 .367

12 .537 Not Avail-

14 17 .452 6 16 .273

1968 Conference Tournament (at Arlington) First Round: Lamar University 7, Trinity University 6; Arkansas State 7, Abilene Christian 2. Loser’s Bracket: Trinity University 3, Abilene Christian 2. Winner’s Bracket: Arkansas State 5, Lamar 1 Semifinals: Lamar 5, Trinity 4. Finals: Lamar 5, Arkansas State 4. Arkansas State 7, Lamar 4. 1967 Conference Tournament (at Beaumont) First Round: Lamar 4, Abilene Christian 0; Arkansas State 8, Trinity 2. Loser’s Bracket: Trinity 13, Abilene Christian 1. Winner’s Bracket: Arkansas State 4, Lamar 2. Semifinals: Trinity 4, Lamar 3. Finals: Arkansas State 4, Trinity 2. 1966 Conference Tournament (at Arlington) First Round: Trinity 3, Arkansas State 2. Loser’s Bracket: Arkansas State 7, Abilene Christian 3. Semifinals: Trinity 7, Abilene Christian 3. Finals: Trinity 1, Arkansas State 0. 1965 Conference Tournament (at Jonesboro) First Round: Arkansas State 8, Abilene Christian 0. Winner’s Bracket: Trinity 9, Arkansas State 4. Semifinals: Abilene Christian 5, Trinity 4; Arkansas State 12, Abilene Christian 4 Finals: Trinity 4, Arkansas State 3. 1964 Conference Tournament (at Abilene) First Round: Arkansas State 3, Abilene Christian 1. WInner’s Bracket: Arkansas State 5, Trinity 3. Semifinals: Trinity 7, Abilene Christian 0. Finals: Trinity 9, Arkansas State 4; Trinity 8, Arkansas State 6.

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TOMLINSON STADIUM & KELL FIELD

With a seating capacity of 1,200, Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field now sports the new Red Wolves logo to go along with 206 fieldlevel seats that were installed during the 2008 season.

Tomlinson Stadium & Kell Field Dimensions

Indoor Batting Cages and Workout Area

Left field Center field Right field Power alleys Fence height Playing surface

335 ft 400 ft 335 ft 370 ft 8 ft Grass

The Legacy Walk, created to recognize friends of ASU Baseball for their contributions to the program, is located underneath the seating area at Tomlinson Stadium and features plaques honoring individuals or groups who have made a significant impact on ASU baseball. Former ASU Head Baseball Coach J.A. “Ike” Tomlinson, along with former baseball players Jim Callaway and William Troy Martin were honored at last year’s dedication.

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TOMLINSON STADIUM & KELL FIELD

Over 200 new field-level seats were added to Tomlinson Stadium prior to the 2008 season, including 26 handicap-accessible seats with access ramps. The seating addition will bring fans over 20 feet closer to home plate than in the past, with front-row seating just 37 feet from home plate. Also included in the renovation was the construction of party boxes, available for group or corporate events, and plans are in place for future expansion that will include private suites.

Recent Renovations at Tomlinson Stadium

The Red Wolves’ Clubhouse at Tomlinson Stadium & Kell Field

The new Barton’s Baseball Deck

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• New Student Section in Right Field. • 206 New Field-Level Seats. • Replacement of Infield Turf. • Barton’s Baseball Deck. • Establishment of Legacy Walk. • New Dyneema Backstop Netting. • Brick columns under grandstand. • Speakers/Sound System. • Batter’s Eye. • Scoreboard refurbished. • Painted entire facility. • Signs in outfield, dugouts, lineups board. • Replaced fencing. • Brick posts and iron gates at entrance. • Landscaping of overall facility. • Second indoor cage (retractable). • Two outdoor cages with concrete and turf. • Relocation of bull pens inside fences down both foul lines. • Improvements to dugouts including fence in front. • Baseball locker room refurbished. • New Lockers. • Turf Apron.

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TOMLINSON STADIUM & KELL FIELD Named for ASU pioneer J.A. ‘Ike’ Tomlinson, and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer George Kell, Tomlinson Stadium & Kell Field was opened in 1993. The complex includes Tomlinson Stadium & Kell Field as well as the baseball offices and indoor workout facilities for Arkansas State baseball. “Coach Ike” as Tomlinson was known to his former players and ASU fans, was primarily responsible for the rebirth of ASU Athletics following the end of World War II. He coached numerous programs, including baseball, and served as the school’s athletic director. He was a part of ASU Athletics for almost six decades, and the school honored him in 1994 by placing his name on the new baseball facility. Kell, a native of Swifton (Ark.), was elected to the MLB Hall of Fame in 1983, and has been an active supporter of Arkansas State baseball for many years. Kell edged out Ted Williams for the 1949 MLB batting title, going 2-for-3 on the final day of the season, while Williams was hitless in two at-bats. Kell’s final mark on the season was .3429, while Williams posted a .3427 average. He was a 10-time American League All-Star who hit over .300 in eight consecutive seasons. Kell twice led the American League in hits and in doubles, and in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s, he was regarded as the best third Coach J.A. baseman in the American League. “Ike” Tomlinson Head Coach Keith Kessinger was impressed with ASU’s facility upon being hired and has also made several improvements, including work in the dugout and indoor facility as well as increasing the school’s colors of Scarlet and Black around the complex. Also, a batter’s eye was added Coach Ike turning on the lights at the as well as retractable indoor and all-weather batting cages. Prior to the 2007 seafirst night game at son, the Barton’s Baseball Tomlinson Stadium & Kell Field Deck picnic area was added, and new for the 2008 season are over 200 field-level seats. Along with the new seating, which includes 26 handicap-accessible seating areas, are new party boxes which are available for groups and corporate events, new backstop netting, and new, precision-leveled infield turf. The Legacy Walk was also created prior to the 2008 seaRecord at son to recognize friends of ASU Tomlinson Stadium Baseball for their contributions to 1993 24 9 .727 the program. 1994 21 8 .724 Lights were installed at the 1995 28 4 .875 stadium, and Arkansas State hosted 1996 16 13 .552 its first night baseball games in the 1997 23 4 .852 1996 season, thanks in part to the 1998 16 10 .615 donations and support of many In1999 12 16 .429 dian baseball fans. 2000 11 15 .423 Tomlinson Stadium-Kell 2001 13 16 .448 Field has a natural grass surface, 2002 14 15 .483 and the outfield dimensions are 335 2003 17 13 .567 feet down the left and right field 2004 17 11 .607 lines, 370 to the power alleys and 2005 19 9 .678 400 to straightaway centerfield. The 2006 16 10 .615 outfield wall is eight feet high.

Former Detroit Tiger and MLB Hall of Famer George Kell

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2007 2008 2009

13 8 15

14 16 12

.481 .333 .555

Total

283

195

.592

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2010 OPPONENTS Southern Illinois University Location: Carbondale, Ill. Nickname: Salukis Colors: Maroon & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley Chancellor: Dr. Samuel Goldman Athletic Director: Mario Moccia Home Facility: Abe Martin Field Capacity: 2,000

University of Mississippi Location: Oxford, Miss. Nickname: Rebels Colors: Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: SEC Chancellor: Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director: Pete Boone Home Facility: Oxford-Univ. Stadium Capacity: 10,323

Wisconsin-Milwaukee Location: Milwaukee, Wisc. Nickname: Panthers Colors: Black & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Horizon League Chancellor: Dr. Carlos Santiago Athletic Director: George Koonce Home Facility: Henry Aaron Field Capacity: 500

University of Portland Location: Portland, Ore. Nickname: Pilots Colors: Purple & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: West Coast President: Rev. E. William Beauchamp Athletic Director: Larry Williams Home Facility: Joe Etzel Field Capacity: 1,000

Indiana - Purdue Ft. Wayne Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Nickname: Mastadons Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League Chancellor: Dr. Michael A. Wartell Athletic Director: Tommy Bell Home Facility: Mastadons Field Capacity: 1,000

Murray State University Location: Murray, Ky. Nickname: Throughbreds Colors: Navy & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ohio Valley President: Dr. Randy J. Dunn Athletic Director: Allen Ward Home Facility: Reagan Field Capacity: 800

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SID: Jason Clay E-mail: jclay@siu.edu Website: www.SIUSalukis.com

Head Coach: Dan Callahan Alma Mater: Quincy, 1981 Record at SIU (Yrs.): 414-418-1 (15) Career Record (Yrs.): 567-576-2 (21)

2009 Record: 24-28 2009 Conf. Record: 12-10/5th Letterwinners R/L: 18/13 Starters R/L: 7/2 Newcomers: 12

Associate Head Coach: Ken Henderson Assistant Coaches: Tim Dixon, Brian Neal

SID: Bill Bunting E-mail: wbunting@olemiss.edu

Newcomers: 15 Head Coach: Mike Bianco Alma Mater: Louisiana State, 1989 Record at Ole Miss (Yrs.): 361-203-1 (9) Career Record (Yrs.): 461-274-1 (12)

Website: www.OleMissSports.com 2009 Record: 44-20 2009 Conf. Record: 20-10/1st Letterwinners R/L: 17/16 Starters R/L: 5+DH/4

Assistant Coaches: Rob Reinstetle, Carl Lafferty, Matt Mossberg

SID: Chris Zills E-mail: czills@uwm.edu Press Box Phone: (414) 750-2090 Website: www.uwmpanthers.com

Head Coach: Scott Doffek Alma Mater: Waukesha County CC Record at UWM (Yrs.): 78-95 (3) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 28-27 2009 Conf. Record: 14-9/2nd Letterwinners R/L: 20/9 Starters R/L: 6/3

Head Assistant Coach: Cory Bigler Assistant Coaches: Steve Sanfilippo, Mike Goetz

SID: Adam Linnman E-mail: linnman@up.edu Press Box Phone: (503) 943-7253 Website: www.PortlandPilots.com

Head Coach: Chris Sperry Alma Mater: Portland, 1989 Record at UP (Yrs.): 221-409-1 (12) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 25-26 2009 Conf. Record: 7-14/7th Letterwinners R/L: 22/11 Starters R/L: 7+DH/2 Newcomers: 10

Assistant Coaches: Larry Casian, Tucker Brack, Dale Stebbins

SID: Rudy Yovich E-mail: yovich@ipfw.edu Press Box Phone: 260-481-6646 Website: www.gomastadons.com

Head Coach: Bobby Pierce Alma Mater: New Mexico State, 2001 Record at IPFW (Yrs.): 13-38 (2) Career Record (Yrs.): 68-92 (5)

2008-09 Record: 13-38 2008-09 Conf. Record: 6-21 Letterwinners R/L: 12/8 Starters R/L: 4/4

Assistant Coaches: Josh Schlutz, Grant Birely

SID: John Brush E-mail: john.brush@murraystate.edu Press Box Phone: (270) 809-5650 Website: www.goracers.com

Head Coach: Rob McDonald Alma Mater: Murray State, 1984 Record at MSU (Yrs.): 133-192-1 (6) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 34-21-1 2009 Conf. Record: 13-8-1/2nd Letterwinners R/L: 15/7 Starters R/L: 7/2 Newcomers: 12

Assistant Coaches: Paul Wyczawski, Dan Skirka

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2010 OPPONENTS Univ. of Louisiana - Lafayette Location: Lafayette, La. Nickname: Ragin’ Cajuns Colors: Vermilion & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. E. Joseph Savoie Athletic Director: David Walker Home Facility: M.L. “Teague” Moore Field Capacity: 3,755

Missouri State University Location: Springfield, Mo. Nickname: Bears Colors: Maroon & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: Dr. Michael T. Nietzel Athletic Director: Kyle Moats Home Facility: Hammons Field Capacity: 8,000

Middle Tennessee State Univ. Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nickname: Blue Raiders Colors: Royal Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Sidney A. McPhee Athletic Director: Chris Massaro Home Facility: Reese Smith Field Capacity: 2,100

Southeast Missouri State Location: Cape Girardeau, Mo. Nickname: Redhawks Colors: Red & Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ohio Valley President: Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Athletic Director: John Shafer Home Facility: Capaha Field Capacity: 2,000

University of New Orleans Location: New Orleans, La. Nickname: Privateers Colors: Royal Blue & Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Tim Ryan Athletic Director: Joel Chatelain Home Facility: Privateer Park Capacity: 4,200

Memphis Location: Memphis, Tenn. Nickname: Tigers Colors: Royal Blue & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director: R.C. Johnson Home Facility: FedExPark Capacity: 2,000

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SID: Matt Hebert E-mail: matth@louisiana.edu Press Box Phone: (377) 851-2255 Website: www.RaginCajuns.com

Head Coach: Tony Robichaux Alma Mater: McNeese State, 1986 Record at ULL (Yrs.): 539-360-1 (16) Career Record (Yrs.): 802-537-1 (23)

2009 Record: 27-30-1 2009 Conf. Record: 14-15/5th Letterwinners R/L: 18/13 Starters R/L: 6/2 Newcomers: 17

Assistant Coaches: Anthony Babineaux, Mike Trahan, Brooks Badeaux

SID: Ben Adamson E-mail: benadamson@missouristate.edu Press Box Phone: (417) 863-0395 - 3070 Website: www.missouristatebears.com

Head Coach: Keith Guttin Alma Mater: Missouri-St. Louis, 1978 Record at MSU (Yrs.): 938-573 (27) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 34-20 2009 Conf. Record: 17-5/1st Letterwinners R/L: 17/9 Starters R/L: 5/4

Assistant Coaches: Brent Thomas, Paul Evans, John Ubbenga

SID: Jessica Stauffacher E-mail: jstauffacher@goblueraiders.com Press Box Phone: (615) 898-2117 Website: www.goblueraiders.com

Head Coach: Steve Peterson Alma Mater: Jacksonville, 1973 Record at MTSU (Yrs.): 707-549-3 (22) Career Record (Yrs.): 860-645-3 (28)

2009 Record: 44-18 2009 Conf. Record: 21-8/1st Letterwinners R/L: 18/9 Starters R/L: 6/3 Newcomers: 13

Assistant Head Coach: Jim McGuire Assistant Coaches: Mike McLaury, John Peterson

SID: Brett Maikowski E-mail: bmmaikowski1s@semo.edu Press Box Phone: (573) 651-9139 Website: www.gosoutheast.com

Head Coach: Mark Hogan Alma Mater: SEMO, 1977 Record at SEMO (Yrs.): 439-373-1 (15) Career Record (Yrs.): 824-630-3 (28)

2009 Record: 26-25 2009 Conf. Record: 12-11/4th Letterwinners R/L: 15/7 Starters R/L: 5/4 Newcomers: 18

Assistant Coaches: Rick McCarty, Chris Cafalone, Dave Lawson

SID: Rob Broussard E-mail: rbrouss1@uno.edu

Head Coach: Bruce Peddie Alma Mater: Mansfield, 1987 Record at UNO (Yrs.): First season Career Record (Yrs.): 337-235-2 (12)

Website: www.unoprivateers.com 2009 Record: 22-33 2009 Conf. Record: 12-18/9th Letterwinners R/L: 22/6 Starters R/L: 7/2 Newcomers: 15

Assistant Head Coach: Scott Biesecker Assitant Coaches: Jason Walk

SID: Jason Redd E-mail: jredd@memphis.edu

Head Coach: Daron Schoenrock Alma Mater: Tennessee Tech, 1984 Record at Memphis (Yrs.): 119-167 (5) Career Record (Yrs.): 144-219 (7)

Website: www.gotigersgo.com 2009 Record: 21-32 2009 Conf. Record: 7-16/9th Letterwinners R/L: 20/11 Starters R/L: 6/2 Newcomers: 11

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2010 OPPONENTS Western Kentucky University Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Nickname: Hilltoppers Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Gary Ransdell Athletic Director: Dr. Camden Wood Selig Home Facility: Nick Denes Field Capacity: 1,500

Tennessee-Martin Location: Martin, Tenn. Nickname: Skyhawks Colors: Navy Blue & Orange Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ohio Valley Chancellor: Dr. Tom Rakes Athletic Director: Phil Dane Home Facility: Skyhawk Field Capacity: 1,000

Univ. of Louisiana at Monroe Location: Monroe, La. Nickname: Warhawks Colors: Maroon & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. Athletic Director: Bobby Staub Home Facility: Warhawk Field Capacity: 1,800

University of Evansville Location: Evansville, Ind. Nickname: Purple Aces Colors: Purple, Orange & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: Dr. Stephen Jennings Athletic Director: John Stanley Home Facility: Braun Stadium Capacity: 1,200

University of South Alabama Location: Mobile, Ala. Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Blue, Red & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: V. Gordon Moulton Athletic Director: Dr. Joel Erdmann Home Facility: Stanky Field Capacity: 3,575

Florida Atlantic University Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Nickname: Owls Colors: Orange & Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic President: Dr. Earl S. Richardson Athletic Director: Floyd Kerr Home Facility: Talmadge Hill Field House Capacity: 4,250

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SID: Michael Schroeder E-mail: michael.schroeder@wku.edu Website: www.wkusports.com

Head Coach: Chris Fenwood Alma Mater: VMI, 1988 Record at WKU (Yrs.): 122-107 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): 174-204 (7)

2009 Record: 42-20 2009 Conf. Record: 21-8/1st Letterwinners R/L: 15/13 Starters R/L: 5/4 Newcomers: 17

Associate Head Coach: Matt Myers Assistant Coaches: Blake Allen, Casey Hamilton

SID: Ryne Rickman E-mail: rrickman@utm.edu Press Box Phone: Website: www.utmsports.com

Head Coach: Victor “Bubba” Cates Alma Mater: Delta State, 1982 Record at UTM (Yrs.): 168-412-1 (11) Career Record (Yrs.): 424-573-1 (27)

2009 Record: 21-30 2009 Conf. Record: 10-14/8th Letterwinners R/L: 13/13 Starters R/L: 5/4

Assistant Coaches: Brad Goss, Joe Scarano, Trevor Berryhill

SID: Adam Prendergast E-mail: prendergast@ulm.edu Press Row Phone: 318-342-5476 Website: www.ulmwarhawks.com

Head Coach: Jeff Schexnaider Alma Mater: ULM, 1987 Record at ULM (Yrs.): 95/79 (3) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 32-27 2009 Conf. Record: 12/17 Letterwinners R/L: 19/13 Starters R/L: 4/4 Newcomers: 16

Assistant Coaches: Cory Barton, Lantz Wheeler

SID: Tom Benson E-mail: tb39@evansville.edu Press Box Phone: (812) 479-2587 Website: www.gopurpleaces.com

Head Coach: Wes Carroll Alma Mater: Evansville, 2001 Record at Evansville (Yrs.): 25-30 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 25-30 2009 Conf. Record: 7-17/8th Letterwinners R/L: 15/11 Starters R/L: 6/3

Assistant Coaches: Marc Wagner, Josh Reynolds, Mike Gilner

SID: Charlie Nichols E-mail: charlesnichols@usouthal.edu Press Box Phone: (251) 461-1842 Website: www.usajaguars.com

Head Coach: Steve Kittrell Alma Mater: South Alabama, 1971 Record at USA (Yrs.): 990-589-1 (26) Career Record (Yrs.): 1,023-608-1 (27)

2009 Record: 25-30 2009 Conf. Record: 13-16/6th Letterwinners R/L: 19/10 Starters R/L: 6/3

Assistant Coaches: Scot Sealy, Seth Von Behren, Alan Luckie

SID: Kevin C. Paige E-mail: ravenspr26@aol.com Press Row Phone: 443-885-4806 Website: www.morganstatebears.com

Head Coach: Donald Beasley Alma Mater: Morgan State, 1984 Record at MSU (Yrs.): 59-61 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 17-13 2008-09 Conf. Record: 9-7/5th Letterwinners R/L: 7/2 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 3

Assistant Coaches: Alicia Clarke, Christopher Lewis

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2010 OPPONENTS FIU Location: Miami, Fla. Nickname: Golden Panthers Colors: Blue & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg Athletic Director: Pete Garcia Home Facility: FIU Baseball Stadium Capacity: 2,000

Troy University Location: Troy, Ala. Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal, Silver & Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Athletic Director: Steve Dennis Home Facility: Riddle-Pace Field Capacity: 2,000

UALR Location: Little Rock, Ark. Nickname: Trojans Colors: Maroon, Silver & Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Joel E. Anderson Athletic Director: Chris Peterson Home Facility: Gary Hogan Field Capacity: 1,000

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SID: Mat Ratner E-mail: mratner@fiu.edu Press Box Phone: (561) 441-8057 Website: www.FIUSports.com

Head Coach: Henry “Turtle” Thomas Alma Mater: High Point, 1975 Record at FIU (Yrs.): 54-59 (2) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2009 Record: 34-23 2009 Conf. Record: 18-12/4th Letterwinners R/L: 20/9 Starters R/L: 7/3 Newcomers: 11

Assistant Coaches: Sean Allen, Frank Damas, Jose Gutierrez

SID: Ricky Hazel E-mail: jehazel@troy.edu Press Box Phone: (334) 670-5701 Website: www.TroyTrojans.com

Head Coach: Bobby Pierce Alma Mater: Alabama, 1982 Record at Troy (Yrs.): 246-162 (7) Career Record (Yrs.): 781-365 (21)

2009 Record: 33-23 2009 Conf. Record: 18-10/3rd Letterwinners R/L: 19/15 Starters R/L: 5/4 Newcomers: 17

Assistant Coaches: Mark Smartt, Jeff Crane, Eric House

SID: Joe Angolia E-mail: jaangolia@ualr.edu Press Box Phone: (501) 351-1060 Website: www.ualrtrojans.com

Head Coach: Scott Norwood Alma Mater: Oral Roberts, 1988 Record at UALR (Yrs.): 16-34 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): 305-174 (9)

2009 Record: 16-34 2009 Conf. Record: 7-21/11th Letterwinners R/L: 11/13 Starters R/L: 3/5 Newcomers: 24

Assistant Coaches: Dirk Kinney, J.J. Yant, Jeremy Haworth

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THE SUN BELT CONFERENCE While there are 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, the Sun Belt is one of only 11 to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and Football Bowl Subdivision. The Sun Belt was formed in 1976 with six members competing in four men’s sports, and today comprises 13 institutions of higher learning while sponsoring 19 championship sports for men and women. The Sun Belt Conference enters its 34th season in 2009-10 with a proud history of athletic and academic success. The conference sponsors 10 women’s sports - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and nine men’s sports – baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, swimming and diving, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Each of the 19 sports has seen numerous team and individual accomplishments, and nearly every Sun Belt Conference school is currently graduating its student-athletes at a rate higher than its respective school’s student body. All Sun Belt schools are committed to excellence in the 21st century, and facility upgrades and expansions are taking place on every campus. During the 2008-09 academic year alone, the Sun Belt Conference accomplished numerous feats. In the fall of 2008 Middle Tennessee, FIU and Western Kentucky University all represented the league in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament – the first time the Sun Belt has sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in volleyball and the second straight year the conference has sent multiple teams. Middle Tennessee advanced to the second round of the tournament, while WKU and FIU put forth strong and hard-fought efforts in the first round. The Sun Belt momentum continued in the sport of football as Florida Atlantic and Troy both earned bowl bids after impressive regular-season performances. It marked the third time in the league’s eight-year football history that two teams have received postseason nods. FAU marked its place in the history books when the Owls defeated Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl, becoming the first SBC team to win back-toback bowl games. In men’s basketball, WKU received its second straight bid to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament after winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship. The Hilltoppers secured a trip to the second round with a 76-72 win over fifth-seeded Illinois and battled to the end in a heartbreaking two-point loss to Gonzaga. It was the second year in a row that WKU defeated a higherseeded team to advance past the tournament’s opening round. On the women’s side, Middle Tennessee captured national attention with the help of standout junior Alysha Clark. The Blue Raiders spent time in the coaches’ poll top 25. The squad earned a spot in the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament as Sun Belt Conference champions and finished the season with an impressive 28-6 record. Clark’s consistent performances earned her the title of the nation’s leading scorer as she averaged 27.5 points per game. The Blue Raiders will look to continue their success in the 2009-10 season, and with every student-athlete returning, they will be poised to make another strong showing. There was no shortage of success in the Sun Belt’s spring sports in 2009, either. Three tennis teams represented the league in the NCAA Tennis Tournaments. The Middle Tennessee men’s team and FIU women’s team both earned their places in the national competition by winning their respective Sun Belt Conference championships. The Denver women’s squad received an at-large bid after building a 16-5 regular season record, marking their second straight appearance at the event. FIU advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament following a 4-3 win over Princeton in the first round. The 2009 Sun Belt Conference golf teams picked up right where they left off after an impressive 2008 season that saw two squads advance to the NCAA National Championship after top-10 finishes at their respective regional sites. The Sun Belt followed up the strong 2008 showing by sending three teams to the NCAA Regionals. Middle Tennessee and Denver were both selected to compete at the regional events, marking the 10th consecutive year that the conference has sent two men’s teams to the postseason. The Denver women also received an automatic bid to the regionals after taking home its sixth consecutive Sun Belt crown. The Pioneer women held a national ranking throughout the entire season and capped the year with its first-ever regional championship, winning the NCAA East Regional at the Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. Denver came away with a top-five finish in the national competition, taking fifth place at the 2009 NCAA National Championship. It marked the highest finish in the program’s history and the third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship for the Pioneers. A year after Louisiana-Lafayette reached the pinnacle of collegiate softball by advancing to the Women’s College World Series, the high level of competi-

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tion within the conference during the 2009 softball season was clear evidence of the league’s increasing parity. Louisiana-Lafayette’s Ragin’ Cajuns took home their ninth Sun Belt Conference crown in 10 years, but they faced heavy opposition in the regular season and throughout the conference tournament. Louisiana-Lafayette fell to host Baylor University in the first game of the Waco Regional, but fought off elimination by winning its next two contests against No. 13 Northwestern and Texas State. The Cajuns’ postseason run came to an end with a second loss to Baylor. But with their entire pitching staff returning, including Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year Donna Bourgeois, the Cajuns have plenty of reason to look forward to the 2010 season. In baseball, the Sun Belt Conference has sent multiple teams to the NCAA tournament each year since 1988. The 21-year streak of having two or more teams reach NCAA play is matched by only four other conferences (ACC, Big West, SEC, Pac-10). Both WKU and Middle Tennessee represented the league in the NCAA Baseball Championships in 2009. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivsion coalition, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 17-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in January of 2009 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Additionally, ESPN televised the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 29th straight season in 2009, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history. The Sun Belt Conference has also partnered with JumpTV Sports, Inc. to deliver a full-service, customized, public and premium website to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conference’s athletic teams. The Sun Belt is one of the few conferences in the nation to provide video highlights and features on its website from each of the league’s respective championships. This technology serves as a great recruiting tool for schools by enabling anyone in the world with internet access to view the conference’s championship events. Fans in five different countries viewed the conference’s most recent soccer championship. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (Denver), NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas), Florida Marlins All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), Boston Red Sox baseball player Mike Lowell (MLB All-Star and 2007 MLB World Series MVP, FIU), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (Louisiana-Monroe), and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 33 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan, who received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985 (one of eight women’s Final Four appearances by Sun Belt schools: Old Dominion - 1983, 1985; WKU – 1985, 1986, 1992; Louisiana Tech – 1994, 1998, 1999). Sun Belt teams have also participated in the men’s NCAA Final Four (Charlotte 1977), the College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 2000), the women’s College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008), and have had 11 players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft. The Sun Belt Conference is led by Commissioner Wright Waters, who is in his 10th full year as commissioner. He was named the conference’s fourth commissioner in February of 1999 following the tenures of Vic Bubas (1976-1990), Jim Lessig (1990-1991), and Craig Thompson (1991-1998). The league’s annual all sports champion is awarded the Vic Bubas Cup, named after the conference’s first commissioner. The conference office has been headquartered in downtown New Orleans since 2000 after moving from suburban Metairie, La., where it had been based since 1991. Prior to moving to the “Big Easy,” the league was based in Tampa, Fla., from 1977-1991. The original conference office was located in Charlotte, N. C., from 1976-77.

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THE SUN BELT CONFERENCE

Bert Carter

Dr. Kathy Keene

Assoc. Commissioner Chief Financial Officer

Rick Mello

John McElwain

Assoc. Commissioner Assoc. Commissioner Compliance Sports Administration

Assoc. Commissioner Communications

Wright Waters Commissioner

Bryant Carter

Travis Llewellyn

Chauntrell Shelby

Assistant Commissioner Sports Administration

Assistant Commissioner Electronic Media

Chief Administrative Officer

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2010 SUN BELT CONFERENCE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MAY 26-29, 2010 - MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE - HOST: MIDDLE TENNESSE STATE BLUE RAIDERS PRESENTED BY GOLDEN FLAKE LOSER GAME 12

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CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY TBA *Game 13 will be necessary if the winner of Game 9 also wins Game 11 **Game 14 will be necessary if the winner of Game 10 also wins Game 12

2009 Sun Belt Conference Honors 2009 All-Sun Belt Conference Baseball First Team

2009 All-Sun Belt Conference Baseball Second Team

Starting Pitcher – Kenneth Roberts Middle Tennessee Starting Pitcher – Matt Hightower WKU Relief Pitcher – Coty Woods, Middle Tennessee Catcher – David Doss, South Alabama First Base – Mike Martinez, FIU Second Base – Ryan Mollica, FIU Shortstop – Ben Soignier, ULM Third Base – Wade Gaynor, WKU Outfield – Tyler Townsend, FIU Outfield - Bryce Brentz, Middle Tennessee Outfield - Chad Cregar, WKU Designated Hitter – Tim Jobe, FIU Utility – Michael Precise, Troy

Starting Pitcher – Tom Ebert, FIU Starting Pitcher - Matt Ridings, WKU Relief Pitcher – Chris Sorce, Troy Catcher – Drew Robertson, Middle Tennessee First Base – Ryan Ditthardt, Troy Second Base – Boomer Blanchard, ULM Shortstop – Terrence Dayleg, WKU Third Base – Rawley Bishop, Middle Tennessee Outfield – Jon Prevost, ULM Outfield - Nathan Hines, Middle Tennessee Outfield - Adam Heisler, South Alabama Designated Hitter – Scott Hawkins, Louisiana-Lafayette Utility – Murray Watts, Arkansas State

Player of the Year – Bryce Brentz, Middle Tennessee Pitcher of the Year – Matt Hightower, WKU Freshman of the Year – Tyler Ray, Troy Newcomer of the Year – Boomer Blanchard, ULM Coach of the Year – Chris Finwood, WKU

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WELCOME TO ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

Those who have not visited the campus of Arkansas State University in the last five or 10 years would be shocked at the school’s appearance today. So much on campus is tied to athletics. ASU Stadium is the gathering site for Saturdays and excitement surrounding each game can be felt for miles. The sights, the smells, the sounds of football. There is so much construction and new projects on campus. The school looks . . . and is . . . a modern educational institution that has kept up with technology and student needs as much, if not more, than most schools in the nation. A student center addition anchors the campus and a new student recreation and wellness center is on the way. New campus housing has recently been completed, including a “Collegiate Park” apartment complex, coastal-type soft-colored housing throughout campus, and a new dorm. There is a new Alumni Center and construction of a new overpass connecting the campus to local businesses is about to become a reality. It’s a new-look campus that is growing and improving each day. Arkansas State University is an extremely valuable part of Northeast Arkansas and surrounding areas. On the following pages are portraits of the campus, of the people and areas which strengthen the university and those who are involved with its growth. Welcome to Arkansas State!


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Arkansas State University continues to thrive and expand. The University is constantly undergoing changes in its look, its increased enrollment and its expanding academic programs. The last few years have seen extensive physical changes, including more housing, a parking garage, a new and refurbished student center, and there are more changes on the books for the near future. ASU is emerging as one of the leading universities in the South when it comes to preparing its graduates for the world’s challenges. The College of Business is the home of the Delta Center for Economic Development. The Center will coordinate the economic development outreach services of the university and provide a coordinated and comprehensive approach to serving the businesses, governments and citizens of the Arkansas Delta. The opportunity to create the new center came when a $1,000,000 grant from the Economic Development of Arkansas Fund Commission was received.

Beautiful apartment housing constructed in the coastal style of the Gulf Coast or tropical islands cover the east side of campus.


WELCOME TO ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Located next to the pond that lies close to the Pavilion, and just southwest of ASU Stadium, ASU’s new alumni center recently opened. It’s presence adds another dimension to football game day. Arkansas State’s alums will be able to incorporate game-day activities in a centralized area. A new section of student housing called Red Wolf Den was recently completed as well, another sign of ASU’s growth.


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Since its opening in January 2001, the Fowler Center has quickly become the region’s home for performance and visual arts presentations of the highest caliber, as well as for special civic and community events. Its location is just south of the Convocation Center.

Arkansas State University was established April 1, 1909, as a “public school of agriculture” by Act 100 of the Arkansas General Assembly. It was located at Jonesboro because citizens of the city bid $40,000 to the state and pledged 200 acres of land as a site. After a century of growth, ASU-Jonesboro now has an annual budget of some $122.6 million, owns more than 3,000 acres of land in five different counties, has a physical plant valued at almost $200 million, and has an alumni roll exceeding 53,000. ASU’s rapid development over the years has been typical of other major universities in an emerging modern South. From an agricultural high school in 1909, to a junior college in 1918, to a fouryear degree-granting institution in 1930, to a university in 1967, ASU has become regionally respected and nationally recognized for its qualities of teaching, research and service. The ASU system includes campuses at

Beebe (White County), Mountain Home (Baxter County), and Newport (Jackson County) where associate degree programs are offered, and at Marked Tree, Searcy and Heber Springs. A new campus is being built for ASU-Heber Springs. An instructional site is located at Paragould. The Jonesboro campus, which occupies 942 acres amid the gentle slopes of Crowley’s Ridge in east Jonesboro, is located between the vast and fertile Mississippi River Valley and the cultural and scenic richness of the Ozark Mountains. More than 10,000 students annually work toward degrees in 141 areas of specialization at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Fifteen undergraduate degrees are offered through the Colleges of Agriculture, Business, Communications, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Nursing and Health Professions, Sciences and Mathematics, and the University College. The Honors College was instituted July 1, 2004, evolving from the Honors Program.

The Arkansas Biosciences Institute opened in 2004. The $20 million facility is dedicated to multi-disciplinary research to fulfill purposes outlined in the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement.


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Fifteen master’s and two specialist degrees are offered, as well as doctoral degrees in educational leadership, environmental sciences, and heritage studies. Pre-professional programs are offered in nine areas. The bachelor’s degree programs with the most graduates are early childhood education, business administration, management information systems, accounting, nursing, agricultural business, and finance. The top graduate programs, based on number of degrees awarded, are business administration, education administration-elementary principalship, reading education, educational administration-secondary principalship, communication disorders, nursing and physical therapy. New academic programs are introduced as needed to respond to the rapid changes in our society. For instance, the athletic training program is the only such accredited program in the state. Academic strength has been enhanced with the Distance Learning Program which extends ASU’s educational influence across the nation. Also, ASU offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs and upper level courses at ASU-Beebe, ASU-Mountain Home, and ASU degree centers in three Arkansas cities—Blytheville, Forrest City, and West Memphis—where partnership agreements have been established in cooperation with the community colleges in those cities.

CAMPUS LANDMARKS (Above) The eight-story bell tower of the Dean B. Ellis Library, dedicated in 1995, is the focal point of the Arkansas State University campus.

(Right) ASU’s Pavilion is the site of many student activities. A new Alumni Center was recently constructed across the pond from the Pavilion. The two sites form with ASU Stadium and the Convocation Center to create an exciting atmosphere on game days and nights.


WELCOME TO ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY ASU in Jonesboro has received the largest single donation in its history, a charitable gift of $14,508,342 from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. The gift was utilized to construct a three-story health sciences building (left) just northeast of the Student Union/Reng Student Services Center that will open in September. The Donald W. Reynolds Center covers over 50,000 square feet and will house the Speech and Hearing Clinic, nursing and nurse anesthesia skills laboratories, large and small classrooms, computer lab, dedicated research spaces and special project rooms.

ASU offers challenging, fully-accredited programs and a prestigious 600member faculty with a vast number holding doctorates from other major institutions. Some faculty are nationally known for teaching, research and service in the sciences, humanities and professional fields. Arkansas State University’s commitment to excellence in higher education is demonstrated by its accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, as well as 18 specialized accrediting organizations. ASU’s reputation toward excellence has been established in part by student performance in national competition, such as a nationally ranked debate team, and by the success of its graduates. The underlying principle of learning at Arkansas State University is its tradition of changing to meet the needs of its students and the society in which they live and work. Arkansas State University continues to grow and prosper because the university plans ahead for the needs of students. A recent example is the Horizon Institute of Technology, created in the College of Business with a major gift from alumna Dr. Kathy Brittain White. The institute will provide opportunities for students, faculty, community and business leaders to expand their capabilities for providing solutions and increasing productivity with technology.

Arkansas State’s new student union is identified by a new fountain. The fountain was provided by Chi Omega Sorority and serves as a beautiful landmark to enter the building.


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Following the success of Collegiate Park, a 336-bed luxury apartment complex on the north side of campus, ASU also erected Indian Village Apartments, which accommodates up to 100 families. The new $29 million Student Union has taken prominent place in the center of campus, with the first portions opening in the spring of 2004. The second phase of the project was complete renovation of the existing Reng Center. Students and visitors enjoy a new dining hall, meeting facilities, student leadership offices, bookstore, computer labs, a food court and many other features. A new track and field complex has been completed on the south side of the campus. The $2.7 million facility features a 400-meter track facility, including venues for NCAA track and field events. The academic enterprise at ASU was enhanced with the addition of the $20 million Biosciences/Biotechnology Building. This facility was dedicated to multi-disciplinary research to fulfill purposes outlined in the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement. Several other projects which involve new construction or improved facilities are in various stages of planning and development, including a liberal arts classroom building in the heart of the campus and the recently completed Cooper Alumni Center. A groundbreaking ceremony for a new student recreation and wellness center was also held this past spring.

The $29 million Student Union (left) and complete renovation of the existing Reng Center (left) houses a new dining hall, meeting facilities, bookstore, computer labs, a food court and other features. The Village Apartments (above) accommodates up to 100 families. Collegiate Park (at top) serves 336 students. The groundbreaking ceremony (top left) for the new Liberal Arts Building was recently held as well.


WELCOME TO ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY While the Arkansas State campus is beautiful, the University atmosphere is not all about buildings and construction. It is ultimately about academics, the people and the different ideas and cultures they bring to the campus. Arkansas State University is filled with friendly smiles, enthusiasm, and a thirst for learning. It’s also filled with people who enjoy life and the joy and challenges it brings.


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Life at Arkansas State University is exciting, youthful and vibrant. There is something always happening—with the students' best interests at heart. Not only do all kinds of student events center around football and other sports, but nearly every academic discipline on campus offers societies or organizations to help spark interest. More than 160 different organizations, including social and religious organizations, are available to promote personal growth of the individual. On-campus concerts are regular events, as are cultural exhibits, plays, specialty shows and seminars. Competition is available through a challenging intramural program, and club sports are available. Academically, there are plenty of quiet nooks all around campus for studying. At the same time, opportunities abound for recreation and relaxation. Campus life has it all at Arkansas State University.

A groundbreaking ceremony for the $18 million ASU Student Recreation and Wellness Center (above) was held April 4, 2008. The facility is designed as a 74,000square-foot structure that will house multiple amenities for students. This new recreation facility will have two levels and will be equipped to outfit an aquatics center in the future. The lower level will house approximately 17,000 square feet of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, three basketball/volleyball courts, one multipurpose activity court, office space, locker rooms, and wellness assessment rooms. The upper level will house a three-lane walking/running track, as well as meeting rooms and exercise classroom space. The Student Recreation and Wellness Center will be able to increase the number of fitness classes currently offered, as well as adding additional wellness and nutritional programming options.


STUDENT LIFE AT ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Arkansas State University is growing and improving life for its students. A new student union has opened in the middle of campus. It houses the most modern equipment including a new theater (left), eating areas, exercise equipment, study and rest areas. Plenty of comfortable student housing is available, including the new 840-bed Residence Hall Community that opened in the fall of 2006 and even more student apartments planned to open in September 2009; Collegiate Park, just north of the Student Union; and Arkansas, Kays and University Halls.


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ASU: WHERE CHAM Arkansas State University has a longstanding saying: “Big enough to play your game, small enough to know your name.” The names of student-athletes are known all over the country for their contributions to their sport. Champions are made at ASU. Opportunities are provided for all 16 of ASU’s NCAA Division I sports. Just look at the names and numbers—12 Olympians, over 100 National Football League contracts, All-Americans, All-Conference, All-Academic. You name it . . . you can be it at Arkansas State. The people on these two pages prove it. They have excelled individually as well as with their teams. They not only represent themselves as champions but their school, community, friends, and family as well.

ASU multi athlete Amy Bowman qualified for the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Regional in two events.

Senior Donald Boone ranked among the top in the Sun Belt Conference in scoring and steals during his junior campaign.

Ledyi Zora won over 20 matches last season as a sophomore to lead the team in victories.

ASU senior Jeremy Willis qualified for the at large pool in the pole vault for the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

Junior Shay Scott is currently ninth on the ASU alltime blocks chart. She also has 440 rebounds over the past two seasons and needs just one rebound to break into the top-20 alltime at Arkansas State.


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Samantha Santoro was named Second Team All-America last season as a true freshman.

Senior Alex Carrington was the 2008 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

Senior captain Chelsea Hopkins appeared in all 18 games for the Red Wolves and won the team Senior Tyler Thompson was Defensive MVP award. one of two ASU golfers named All-Sun Belt Conference last year.

Sophomore Cayla Fielder was named the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year in 2008.

Senior Cassie Huffer was a 2009 All-Sun Belt Conference selection. ASU’s three Olympic medal winners and former track and field coach Guy Kochel. (From left) Bronze medal winner Dr. Tom Hill, Kochel, Gold Medal winner Al Joyner and Bronze Medal winner Earl Bell.

Brandon Eller concluded his career as a First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America choice in 2009.


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RidgePointe Country Club hosts the annual ASU Red Wolves Golf Classic

The ASU Soccer Park opened in 2001, one year after the program was installed. It is located at the north end of ASU Stadium and accommodates seating for 500. The complex also is the office headquarters for the program. The Convocation Center seats 10,038 for basketball and is the home of ASU’s men’s and women’s teams. It also is the site for women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s indoor track and field. ASU’s cross country teams run on a wellplanned course which originates and has its finish line at the Garry Meadows Arena at the Equine Center.

Arkansas State University’s athletic programs compete in top-of-the line facilities. ASU Stadium, which opened in 1974, has evolved into a beautiful stadium which seats 30,406 fans. That includes a cluster of exclusive suites in the south end zone atop the football office complex. A million dollar video/scoreboard is the focal point in the stadium. Coaches and student-athletes moved into a new $2.7 million track and field complex in spring 2004. It contains an eight-lane 400-meter track and can be set up for two NCAA venues. Three local country clubs graciously allow ASU’s men’s and women’s golf programs to utilize their facilities for practice and play. J.A. “Ike” Tomlinson Stadium-Kell Field serves as home to Red Wolves baseball. Built in 1993, the stadium received complete lighting in 1996 and, most recently, 206 field level seats were added for the 2008 season. ASU’s newest women’s program, bowling, competes in the Jonesboro Bowling Center, a 40-lane state-of-the-art facility.

Convocation Center—Pride of ASU men’s and women’s basketball and indoor track and field

ASU Baseball plays at Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field


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ASU Soccer Park opened in 2001

Sage Meadows Golf Club has been the site of two Sun Belt Conference golf championships

Track & Field moved into a new facility in spring 2004

In addition to playing at Allen Park (above), RidgePointe Tennis Center, Three Oaks Racquet Club, and the Jonesboro Country Club provide their facilities in inclement weather.

ASU Stadium—Home of ASU Football


ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

UNIVERSITY VICE CHANCELLORS

Michael Medlock In Memoriam Albert Einstein once said, “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” Mike Medlock did just that. He lived his life for his family, his friends, and for Arkansas State University—the school he loved. Mr. Medlock, who passed away Oct. 28, served as both a member and chair of the ASU Board of Trustees since February 2000, when he was first appointed by Governor Mike Huckabee, and was re-appointed in March 2005. His term was to expire in January 2010. A 1973 graduate of Arkansas State with a bachelor of science degree in Business Management, Mr. Medlock did indeed live a worthwhile life that was dedicated to helping and serving others. He was past chair of the Greater Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce Board, and he was a past chair of the Jonesboro Municipal Airport Commission. He was also a member of the Jonesboro Industrial Development Corporation Board. Medlock was a long-time supporter of numerous local organizations, including United Way, St. Bernards Foundation, the Arkansas State University Foundation, and the Phil and Flo Jones Hospice House, among others. He worked with the Jonesboro Industrial Development Corporation and served on the board of Healthcare Medical Group. Until his death, he was president of Insurance Network in Jonesboro and was the tax liaison to the Governmental Affairs Committee of Independent Insurance Agents of America. He began his career at Jonesboro Insurance Agency in 1973 with a total of four employees who specialized in the construction segment of the insurance industry. As the business grew, he turned Insurance Network into one of the top 12 insurance agencies in Arkansas before it became a division of Bancorp South Insurance Services of Arkansas in 2007. He served as executive vice president for Bancorp South Insurance Services, the nation’s 23rd largest insurance broker, with offices in eight states. “We have lost a great friend,” acknowledged Dr. Robert Potts, chancellor of Arkansas State. “Mike loved ASU and was deeply involved with every aspect of university life. He was a caring person who took a personal interest in our university. His leadership will be greatly missed.” Dr. Les Wyatt, president of the Arkansas State University System, said, “All of us at ASU are sorry to lose Mike Medlock as our leader and friend. His gentle manner and thoughtful insights served to guide the university during the 10 years he served as our trustee. We are saddened now with his family in their loss, and we are grateful to have shared with them his joyful and productive life.” Mr. Medlock’s wife Lynda and three children--Mary Katherine, Julie, and Matt, and two step-children, Ashley and Aubree—survive a loving husband and father whose life was lived for others.

Dr. G. Dan Howard Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs and Research

Dr. Rick Stripling Vice Chancellor Student Affairs

Mr. Ed Kremers Vice Chancellor Finance & Administration

Mr. Cristian Murdock Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Dr. Leslie Wyatt University System President

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE ASU President Dr. Les Wyatt announced the formation of the new Intercollegiate Athletics Committee in the spring of 1997. The Intercollegiate Athletics Committee reviews and makes recommendations on issues involving the welfare of student-athletes, the role of athletics in campus life, and the athletics program’s compliance with the university, conference, and NCAA regulations; serves as a search advisory committee for key athletics program personnel; reviews the role of existing and potential sports programs; and reviews the athletics budget. The committee reports to the chancellor. Membership consists of four students appointed annually by the Nonie Wiggins Student Government Association (one should be a student-athlete); four faculty appointed by the Faculty Senate (staggered two-year terms); one Faculty Athletic Representative appointed by the chancellor (two-year term); one executive staff member appointed by the chancellor (two-year term); the Dean of University College; two staff members appointed by the staff Senate (staggered two-year terms); Student Government Association and Student Activities Board presidents; and representatives from the following external organizations: Alumni Association, Red Wolf Club, Letterman’s Club, and the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce ASU Committee. The Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and the senior woman athletic administrator serve as ex-officio, nonvoting members. The chancellor appoints a chair at the beginning of each academic year.

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Florine Tousant Milligan Forrest City (Vice Chair)

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Howard Slinkard Rogers (Secretary)

Mike Gibson Osceola

Ron Rhodes Cherokee Village

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DR. ROBERT POTTS, UNIVERSITY CHANCELLOR Robert L. Potts was appointed as the first chancellor of Arkansas State University-Jonesboro in November 2006. During his tenure, the university has recorded steady enrollment growth, reinvigorated its International Program, expanded distance learning opportunities and placed new emphasis on the institution's research mission. Recent campus construction projects include the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Health Sciences, which was made possible by the largest single gift in ASU history, the Delta Center for Economic Development, and a new 80,112 sq. ft. Student Recreation Center. Fall semester enrollment in 2008 was 11,490, and ASU-Jonesboro has more than 60,000 living alumni. Chancellor Potts' current professional leadership activities include the board of directors of the Arkansas Research Alliance; the Commission on Lifelong Learning of the American Council on Education; the board of directors of Economics Arkansas; the executive council of the President’s Council of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education; Arkansas Yellow Ribbon Task Force; and member of the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship Advisory Council. Potts has had a distinguished career in higher education, serving as the chancellor of the North Dakota University System before moving to Jonesboro. Previously, he served as president of the University of North Alabama. Earlier in his career, he served as general counsel for the University of Alabama System. Potts attended Newbold College, Bracknell, Berkshire, England, and graduated cum laude from Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, Tenn., with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He thereafter graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree, and served as an editor of the Alabama Law Review. He later graduated from Harvard University with a Master of Laws degree. Robert Potts met his wife, Irene Elisabeth Johansson, a native of Sweden, while they were students in England. They are the parents of two adult children. Julie Anna Potts and her husband Parks Shackelford live in the Washington, D.C. area, where Julie Anna is general counsel for the American Farm Bureau Federation and Parks, a native of Jones, La., currently works for Florida Crystals, a sugar cane company. The couple are the parents of twin daughters, Ella and Olivia, and one son, Duke. Robert Leslie Potts, Jr. is employed as a financial analyst by Mississippi State University. Les Potts and his wife Holly are the parents of two daughters, Claire Elisabeth and Anna Leslie, and reside in Starkville, Mississippi. 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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DR. DEAN LEE, ASU DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS When the Arkansas State University athletics program reaches its 100th birthday this year, Dean Lee's name will figure prominently in the celebration. ASU athletics is entering its 100th year and Lee still has a little more time to continue restoring the old and building new tradition for Arkansas State. Under Lee’s direction, the ASU athletic department enjoyed another significant year in 2008-09. Not only did ASU enjoy some of the most exciting moments ever on the fields, courts, and tracks, but also in the arenas of academics, donor and alumni involvement, community service and achievement. The 2008 AAFF’s Outstanding Athletic Director, Lee serves on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Issues Committee, the BCS Athletic Directors Advisory Committee and the Division 1A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees. He has guided the athletic department to annual success academically and competitively, but last year ASU athletics once again enjoyed growth through a number of unique accomplishments and projects as well. For instance, the ASU Athletic Department received the largest single donation in its history, a $400,000 gift from Charles Luter that will be used to enhance the athletic academic facility. ASU secured an unprecedented $1 million contract for its Sept. 4, 2010 football game at Auburn, the Red Wolves set a school-record in football attendance, festivities such as Jazz in Jonesboro continued to grow and improve, the bowling team made its second straight appearance in the NCAA National Championships and two studentathletes were named Academic All-America as well. His vision for ASU Athletics was revealed in a video called “Inside A-State Athletics, which focuses on the Red Wolves athletic programs and how the athletic department plans to meet challenges in the future. As recent as 2008, 206 field-level seats and new party boxes available for corporate events were added to Tomlinson Stadium, the Convocation Center weight room underwent major renovations that included new weights and cardio equipment and Lee was instrumental in the recruitment and hiring of John Brady, who was just two years removed from an NCAA Final Four appearance, as the Red Wolves new men’s basketball coach. Those are just a few of the many ways the ASU athletic department has continued to develop under Lee, who is always looking for new and creative ways to take the Red Wolves athletic program to the next level while maintaining its main focus on academics, competitive performance and a well-rounded environment for student-athletes. Entering his eighth year as Director of Athletics, Lee is even hungrier for ASU to have continued success in all areas. He has already made great strides in enabling Arkansas State's Department of Athletics to become one of the most respected programs around. Dr. Lee became ASU's 10th Director of Athletics July 9, 2002. It wasn't long before the department began to experience important and progressive changes which were capped by an unprecedented “State of A-State” address in the spring of 2004. When he concluded the address to a packed house, there was no mistaking that he is committed to building a successful program at ASU. In a very short time, he has orchestrated sellout and capacity crowds, overseen the expansion and growth of ASU's athletic facilities, and provided sound leadership to both the athletic staff and population of student-athletes. Lee came to ASU from Oklahoma State University, where he was the Associate Director of Athletics for External Operations. His administrative experience at two NCAA Division I-A universities, OSU and the University of Arkansas, and his achievements in mobilizing financial support make him well-suited for Arkansas State University and Northeast Arkansas. While at the University of Arkansas, Lee served as the Vice President of the Razorback Foundation. In addition, Dr. Lee's experience as athletic director at Arkansas Tech University and his familiarity with ASU and the state of Arkansas help him feel right at home. He earned his bachelor's degree in 1979 and master's in education at Henderson State University, then completed his doctor of education degree at the University of Arkansas in 1989. Although born in Tulsa, Okla., Lee competed in high school sports in Berryville, Arkansas, and was selected to play in the all-Star basketball and football games in 1975. He also played basketball, baseball and tennis at Henderson State, where he later served as an assistant coach. He played in two national championship games as a member of Henderson State’s basketball team. He was head basketball coach at Malvern High School early in his career. Dean and wife Reba are the parents of two daughters,AStateRedWolves.com Diamond Olivia (14) and Anna 2010 ARKANSAS STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE 90 Pearl (12).


ASU ATHLETICS STAFF

DR. DEAN LEE Director of Athletics

DOUG ABEL Senior Associate Director of Athletics

DOUG DOGGETT DANIEL FEIG Associate Director of Assistant Director of Athletics for External Athletics for Compliance Operations & Director of the Red Wolf Club

JERRY SCOTT Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Information

BRAD PIETZ Assistant Director of Athletics for Development

LAUREN ADAMS Academic Adviser

JOHN ARCE Director of Strength & Conditioning

RON CARROLL Head Certified Trainer

RYAN DICKSON Equipment Supervisor

TABITHA FOREMAN Athletics Secretary

MARTHA McFERRON Cheerleader Adviser

ROSS MILLER Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning

CHAD STURKIE Assistant Certified Trainer

BILL TEMPLETON Director of Major Gifts

GLEEN HART Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing & Promotions

RANDY KNOWLES Assistant Director of Athletics for Facilities & Event Management

KAREN BARKER Administrative Asstistant to Director of Athletics

BRAD BOBO Director of Corporate Sales

BOBBY BURTON Athletics Facilities Supervisor for Grounds & Landscape

MEREDITH GREEN A-Team Adviser

JASON GREGORY Director of Football Operations

BRAD HERMAN Academic Adviser

LEELA KELLER Men’s Basketball Administrative Asst.

VAN PROVENCE Assistant Director of Sports Information

ANTHONY REYNOLDS Assistant Director of Sports Information

JOHN RILEY Video Coordinator

KAREN RINEHART Administrative Asst. to Head Football Coach

SANDRA SMYTHE Compliance Secretary

NATALIE TROTTER Assistant Certified Trainer

TREVOR WHITE Eligibility Specialist

CAROLINE WILLIAMS Athletics Administrative Assistant

GINA WINCHESTER Administrative Asst. to Red Wolf Club

LON BADEAUX Track & Field, Cross Country Head Coach

JULIE LESSITER

Associate Director of Athletics for Student Services/SWA

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ASU ATHLETICS STAFF

BRIAN BOYER Women’s Basketball Head Coach

JOHN BRADY Men’s Basketball Head Coach

JUSTIN INGRAM Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

STEVE JOHNSON Men’s Golf Head Coach

JUSTIN KOSTICK Women’s Bowling Head Coach

GINGER BROWN LEMM Women’s Golf Head Coach

STEVE ROBERTS Football Head Coach

MARCIA WILLIAMS Women’s Tennis Head Coach

JULIE ALLEN Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach

COREY BATOON Football Assistant Coach

LISA BERG Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

JASON BROOKS Track & Field, Cross Country Assistant Coach

JEFF CLAPACS Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

CHRIS COOK Baseball Assistant Coach

KEVIN CORLESS Football Assistant Coach

CHAD DOLLAR Men’s Basketball Associate Head Coach

MARINA ENGELBRECHT Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach

TONY GILBERT Football Assistant Coach

DAVID GUNN Football Assistant Coach

MAURICE HARRIS Football Assistant Coach

CLAY HELTON Football Assistant Coach

REBECCA PEOPLES Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

DARREN HILLER Football Assistant Coach

TANYA RAY Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

TIM KENDRICK Baseball Volunteer Assistant Coach

TYLER SISKEY Football Assistant Coach

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TOMMY RAFFO Baseball Head Coach

ELWYN McROY Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

JUSTIN MECCAGE Baseball Assistant Coach

KEVIN PEOPLES Football Assistant Coach

KAREN SYROCKI Tutor Coordinator and Assistant Women’s Bowling Coach

MATT VINING Track & Field/Cross Country Asst. Coach

LAURA ALVA Athletic Training GA

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BARRY BROUSSARD Development GA

KATEY BUCKLEY Sports Information GA

JOHN CARROLL Compliance Intern

ASHLEY CHRESTMAN Athletic Training GA

JOELLE MAFO Women’s Volleyball GA

SCOTT McGINN Athletic Training Intern

TIM PADGETT Development GA

KYLE SHIPP Football GA

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MAKINZIE FOOS Marketing and Promotions GA

MARCELO GALAFASSI Athletic Training Intern

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RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND POINTS OF PRIDE ACADEMICS 2008-09

Over 160 ASU student-athletes were recognized for their ASU baseball players showcased their talents for major academic achievements as members of the fall 2007 Ath- league scouts when the Red Wolves hosted a Major League Baseball scout day. letic Director’s Honor Roll.

Senior baseball player Brandon Eller was named First Additionally, over 140 student-athletes were recognized Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America. as members of the spring 2007 AD’s Honor Roll. Twenty-Four ASU student-athletes received their diploma’s during the Spring Commencement ceremony at the Con- Three ASU student-athletes were named to the list of 74 students for the 2008 edition of Who’s Who Among Amervocation Center. ican Universities and Colleges. Five bowlers were named to the NTCA All-Academic Team, including Samantha Morrison who was a Second 45 student-athletes will earn their college degrees for the 2007-08 academic year. Team Academic All-America selection.

The Red Wolves baseball fall practice schedule finished with intrasquad games, annually known as the Red Wolves World Series. The men’s basketball team’s 8-3 non-conference record was its best since 2003-04. The men’s basketball team eclipsed its win total for last year by three victories.

Senior football player Brian Flagg was named the College ASU was represented by 106 student-athletes on both the The men’s basketball team had eight different players lead of Engineering’s Distinguished Graduating Senior and Out- 2006-07 SBC Commissioner’s List and Academic Honor it in scoring, five players record double-doubles and four players score 20 or more points in a single game during Roll, announced July 13, 2007. standing Student. the 2008-09 season. Volleyball player Heather Gillom and Brian Flagg both re- Five members of the women’s bowling team were named ceived the Arkansas State University Distinguished Serv- to the National Tenpin Coaches Association 2007 Aca- The men’s basketball team utilized one of the deepest benches in the conference with 11 players averaging over demic All-America Team. ice Award. 11 minutes per game. The men’s golf team won the Sun Belt Conference Team For the sixth straight year, the women’s tennis team was selected to the 2007 ITA All-Academic Teams and Junior Donald Boone led the Red Wolves in scoring on 16 Academic Award. occasions, averaging a team-best 13.6 points per game. Scholar-Athletes List. Brandon Eller was one of 30 candidates for the 2009 Junior Donald Boone was named the Sun Belt ConferLowe’s Senior CLASS Award. COMPETITIVE ence Men’s Basketball Co-Player of the Week during the PERFORMANCE month of January. Senior women’s basketball player Caroline Starr was nominated for the Sun Belt Conference Postgraduate 2008-09 Junior forward JeJuan Brown was tabbed the Preseason Award. Senior baseball player Chase Ware signed a free agent Sun Belt Conference Men’s Basketball Newcomer of the Year by Blue Ribbon publications. The women's soccer team finished the Fall 2008 semester contract with the Cincinnati Reds. with the highest GPA (3.29) of any ASU athletic team. Over a dozen baseball players are competing this summer Fourteen Red Wolves have been named All-Sun Belt ConSenior Brian Flagg was named First Team ESPN The in leagues stretching from the east coast to the Midwest ference by at least one preseason football publication. and into Canada. Magazine Academic All-America. 2009 ASU football signee Phillip Butterfield is competing Over 130 ASU student-athletes were named to the spring Baseball signee Michael Faulkner was drafted by the Oak- on the USA Football’s Junior National Team this summer. 2008 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, including 23 with a land Athletics in the 21st round of the Major League Baseball Draft. GPA of 4.00. David Johnson, a 2008 All-Sun Belt Conference selection, was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2009 NFL Over 150 ASU student-athletes were named to the fall Sophomore Murray Watts was named to the All-Sun Belt Draft. 2008 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Conference baseball team. Seniors Josh Arauco, Reggie Arnold and Alex Carrington Eleven ASU student-athletes received their diploma's dur- Sophomore Andy Ferguson was named Sun Belt Pitcher were all named to NationalChamps.net’s 2009 Preseason ing Fall Commencement ceremony at the Convocation of the Week for his performance in ASU’s victory over Fla. All-America Team. Center. Atlantic May 9. Arauco, Arnold and Carrington were named to NationCaroline Starr is a nominee for the Jim McKay Scholar- Murray Watts led the Sun Belt Conference in walks. alChamps.net’s 2009 Underdog Award Watch List. ship Program. Junior outfielder Cody Pace had a 20-game hitting streak Alex Carrington was named to the 2009 Lott Trophy Watch All ASU student-athletes combined to post a 2.92 GPA for – the longest single-season hitting streak by an ASU List. the fall 2009 semester. player since former All-American Josh Yates had 21-game Alex Carrington was named to the 2009 Preliminary Rohitting streak during the 2007 season. Women’s golfer Amanda Harvey was awarded a fully-paid tary Lombardi Award Watch List. fellowship to the Univ. of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, Eng- The baseball team earned consecutive series victories for land. the first time since the 2007 season. Placekicker Josh Arauco was one of three finalists for the 2008 Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicker Award. Men’s basketball junior guard Mike Lance was named a The baseball team claimed its first series victory over traFirst Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI ditional SBC power South Alabama since the 2005 sea- Five football players were named the Sun Belt Conference selection. son. Player of the Week a combined nine times. 2007-08

Arkansas State senior right-hander Nick Lambert broke The football team was bowl eligible for the third time over the ASU record for career appearances with 101 to his the last four seasons. Four ASU student-athletes were First Team ESPN The credit. Magazine Academic All-District VI selections. Alex Carrington was named the Sun Belt Conference DeArkansas State pitcher Chase Ware was named to the fensive Player of the Year. Brandon Eller, a junior on the ASU baseball team, was Sun Belt Conference’s Preseason all-conference team, named Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All- and Rivals.com also listed Ware as a member of its 2009 ASU’s 11 All-Sun Belt Conference players were the secAmerica. preseason All-Sun Belt Conference baseball team. ond most in the league and the most by ASU in any con-

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RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND POINTS OF PRIDE Championship runner-up. The women's bowling team ended regular-season play at Senior tight end David Johnson played in the 2009 East- 81-27 with top-five finishes in seven of eight tournaments. The football team defeated Conference USA foes SMU and Memphis at Indian Stadium, where it now holds a 22West Shrine Game. The women’s bowling team won the Griffin Invitational in 7 record under head coach Steve Roberts. The football team had a league-high 13 players, including St. Louis, Mo. The women’s basketball team posted its second consecsix first-team selections, named to Phil Steele’s Mid-Season All-Sun Belt Conference Team. The women’s soccer team broke the school records for utive 20-win season and third over the last four years. single-season attendance, points, assists and shots in The baseball team defeated No. 2 nationally ranked Ole Derek Lawson was recognized by CBSSports.com on its 2008. Miss 7-5 at Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field. “Freshman Watch” list, featuring the best freshmen in college football throughout the season. The women’s tennis team finished 13-8 overall and 4-4 Volleyball head coach Craig Cummings won his 300th caagainst Sun Belt Conference opponents. reer match and 100th career Sun Belt Conference match Senior linebacker Ben Owens was named the Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week. The women’s tennis team built a seven-match winning at Arkansas State. streak during the month of March and battled their way The football team broke the Sun Belt Conference and past UALR into the second round of the SBC Champi- ASU named John Brady, who led LSU to the Final Four in 2006, its 15th all-time head men’s basketball coach on ASU Stadium records for points in a game with 83 against onships. March 19, 2008. Texas Southern. Middle blocker Cayla Fielder was named the Sun Belt The women’s cross country team were ranked as high as The football team defeated Texas A&M for its first victory Conference Volleyball Freshman of the Year. 15th in the South Central Region of the NCAA Division I over a BCS school since it joined NCAA FBS. Justin Ingram was named ASU’s sixth head volleyball Regional Rankings. ASU had players on the Lou Groza, Ray Guy, Doak coach at a press conference held April 17, 2009 at the The women’s tennis team defeated No. 57 UAB, but also Walker, Butkus, Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Convocation Center. recorded victories over teams such as Memphis, Southern Award watch lists. The volleyball team won at least 20 matches for the sec- Illinois, Louisiana Tech and Air Force. The men’s golf team had two players (Tyler Thompson, ond time over the last three seasons, and also won two The women’s golf team won the 2007 ULM/Fred Marx Lloyd du Preez) named All-Sun Belt Conference for the tournaments in 2008. Challenge, played Sept. 24-25. first time since 2000. Erin Neeley was named the Sun Belt Conference VolleyHead Women’s Basketball Coach Brian Boyer was recThe men’s golf team had two top-three finishes, including ball Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 20. ognized by the Sun Belt Conference for winning his 150th a runner-up finish at the 13th Annual Red Wolf Classic, and completed the season with a winning record. The track and field teams had eight student-athletes qual- career game last season. ify regionally for the NCAA Outdoor meet. ASU placed 12-student athletes on an all-conference Five men’s golfers placed among the top-five individual finishers in at least one tournament and two players fin- Charmisha Morrow was named the Sun Belt Conference’s team. ished runner-up in at least one outing. Women’s Track and Field Outstanding Freshman. Senior Katie Peil became just the eighth volleyball player A junior on the women’s golf team, Cassie Huffer was Stephanie Foreman won the pole vault, Amy Bowman the all-time to join the 1,000/1,000 club at ASU. named All-Sun Belt Conference. heptathlon and Charmisha Morrow the 400 meters at the Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Track and Field Champi- Senior safety Tyrell Johnson, named the 2007 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year, was a second The women’s golf team had five players with a top-25 fin- onships. round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft. ish individually during at least one tournament. Freshman Amy Weaver broke the school record in the Three ASU football players signed NFL contracts in 2008. The women’s golf team finished the season with a winning 3000 meter steeple chase during the outdoor season. record under first-year head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm. The Red Wolves finished in fourth place at the SBC In- ASU student-athletes were awarded the Sun Belt ConferThe women’s golf team had four top-five finishes. door Championships, hosted by ASU, on both the men’s ence Player/Performer of the Week honor 13 times during 2007-08. and women’s side. The women’s basketball team ended the regular season on a six-game winning streak that included three road vic- Senior Amy Bowman won the women’s pentathlon and Lloyd du Preez, who won the UTA/Waterchase Invitawas the women’s high-point scorer at the SBC Indoor tional, on the men’s golf team was named the Sun Belt tories. Conference Freshman of the Year. Championships. The women’s basketball team secured a first-round Sun Belt Conference Tournament home game for the third con- Stephanie Foreman won the pole vault at the SBC Indoor Women’s basketball freshman Shay Scott was named to Championships, while ASU claimed four of the top six the 2008 Sun Belt Conference All-Tournament Team. secutive year. spots in the event. The women’s basketball team went undefeated at the UTFACILITIES San Antonio Classic and had two players make the all- Carlos Mattis won the high jump at the SBC Indoor Track and Field Championships. tournament team. 2008-09 ference since 1986.

Veronica Smith and Shay Scott were named to the Pre- Twelve ASU track and field athletes held at least one spot A total renovation on the men’s and women’s basketball season All-Sun Belt Conference women’s basketball on the Sun Belt Conference’s top-five “bests” list for all and volleyball locker rooms is in progress. The project will events during the outdoor season. team. expand the locker rooms by a combined estimated area of 500 square feet. ASU made its second consecutive appearance at the Erica Naeger and Carlos Mattis were both named an SBC Field Performer of the Week during the spring semester. The ASU Athletic Department received the largest single NCAA Women's Bowling Championships. donation in its history, a $400,000 gift from Charles Luter 2007-08 Freshman Samantha Santoro was named Second Team that will be used to enhance the athletic academic facility, All-America and sophomore Samantha Morrison Honorwhich has been renamed the Charles F. Luter Family AcThe women’s bowling team was the 2008 NCAA National ademic Success Center. able Mention All-America.

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RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND POINTS OF PRIDE The University is currently constructing a new basketball Ten former ASU football players worked out for scouts from practice court in the HPESS Building and new tennis six NFL franchises at ASU’s 2009 “Pro Day”. courts that will serve as the home of the Red Wolves women’s tennis team. ASU Athletics held its annual Student-Athlete Senior Ring Ceremony at the ASU Student Union Auditorium. 2007-08 Baseball player Brandon Eller, track and field performer 206 field-level seats and party boxes were added at Tom- Amy Bowman and football player Brian Flagg were named linson Stadium and Kell Field. the 2009 Terry Gwin Award winners.

Arkansas State’s mascot, Howl, was selected to be the grand marshal of the 2008 Northeast Arkansas Christmas Parade. ASU Athletics teamed up with the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas to provide for needy families during the holiday season.

ASU’s new Red Wolves logo was placed on one of Razorback Concrete Company’s mixer trucks, adding visibilThe Convocation Center weight room underwent major Brandon Eller and basketball player Caroline Starr were ity for ASU Athletics. renovations that included new weights, cardio equipment, nominated for the Sun Belt Conference Sporting Behavior doors, lighting and wall covering. ASU Head Men’s Basketball Coach John Brady spoke to Award. the Downtown Tip-Off Club in Little Rock. 2006-07 Caroline Starr was nominated for NCAA Woman of the Super Bowl XLIII featured three former ASU assistant footYear. A state-of-the-art ProGreen artificial surface was installed ball coaches, including Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomin Indian Stadium. Brian Flagg and Amy Bowman were nominated as SBC lin, as well as former standout running back and Ring of Honor member Maurice Carthon. Student-Athletes of the Year. The Barton’s Baseball Deck, a picnic area for fans, was a new addition to Tomlinson Stadium. Volleyball player Mafo Joelle won the Dr. Hank Jordan De- ASU held its annual Football Recruiting Round-Up, an event in which ASU fans had the opportunity to watch gree Completion Award. A modern-era media room was constructed in the Convohighlights of the new signees and here recruiting stories cation Center. The H.T. “Pug” Winters Degree Completion Award went to from all of the members of the ASU football coaching staff. baseball player Guy Brown and tennis player Paula In an attempt to provide some relief for the Jonesboro Chelminska. MARKETING, RED WOLF CLUB, community after the ice storm in late January, the ASU SPECIAL EVENTS & AWARDS The Billy Gene Davidson Award was presented to football Athletics Department held “Disaster Relief” games for its basketball double-header against WKU with all fans adplayer Brett Shrable. 2007-08 mitted to both games free of charge. Head men’s basketball coach John Brady was a featured The Red Wolf Club kicked off its annual membership drive speaker on ESPN’s Outside the Lines television program. this spring. The campaign is designed much like a “Final Jerry Rook, ASU’s all-time men’s basketball leading Four” competition with volunteers going head-to-head in scorer, was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Head football coach Steve Roberts was a guest conduc- four divisions to raise money and members. The divisions Fame as a member of the 2009 class. include financial, university, medical and community. The tor at this year’s Delta Symphony Orchestra concert. campaign and renewal process made April 2009 the sin- Seven-time Major League Baseball All-Star Will Clark headlined the ASU baseball team’s 7th annual Grand For the third year in a row, the ASU Athletics Department gle best month of fundraising in the club’s history. Slam Celebration. will hold a women’s football clinic for Red Wolves fans this The Red Wolf Club produced a 20-minute video called “Insummer. side A-State Athletics”, which features Director of Athletics Arkansas State secured an unprecedented $1 million-dolThe ASU Athletics Department kicked off its “Unleash the Dr. Dean Lee. The presentation focuses on the athletic lar contract for its Sept. 4, 2010 football game at Auburn. Wolf” campaign when members of the football team programs at ASU and how the ASU Athletics Department signed autographs and distributed posters and schedule plans to meet challenges in the future. DVDs were sent to Julie Lessiter was named ASU’s Associate AD for Student cards and called season ticket holders to promote the up- every member of the Red Wolf Club as well as corporate Services and SWA on Feb. 9, 2009. partners. coming season at Turtle Creek Mall in Jonesboro. Governor Mike Beebe was the Honorary Chairperson for Four soccer players are using their summer giving back to The Red Wolf Club has launched a new Web site at the 2008 A-State Golf Classic held at Hot Springs Counthe community through mission trips and campus out- www.theredwolfclub.com. The site is consistent with the try Club on August 2nd and 3rd. Under the direction of format of the new brochure and features a user friendly Trustee Emeritus Jim Pickens and Government Liaison reach programs. guide to seating and parking benefits associated with var- Robert Evans, the Red Wolf Club and the ASU golf teams hosted their most successful fundraiser in the tournaThe Red Wolf Club held its annual meeting, where three ious levels of membership in the Red Wolf Club. ment’s 24 year history raising more than $58,000. new board members were named and awards were preWith the help of Co-Chairmen Jim Pickens and Robert sented to the club’s spring campaign top volunteers. Evans, the Red Wolf Club is planning for the 25th annual Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee and head coaches The Athletic Department announced it utilize the social A-State Golf Classic (August 1-2 in Hot Springs). Spon- Steve Roberts, Tommy Raffo and John Brady all spoke at networking tool “Twitter” to help communicate with Red sorships have already surpassed last year’s totals, and the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce’s monthly tee times are beginning to fill up. Governor Beebe is again Power Breakfast event. Wolves fans. the Honorary Chair with Senator Paul Bookout coming on The ASU Athletic Department held a special “Welcome The Red Wolf Club is in the midst of its summer golf tour, board this year as the Honorary Co-Chair. Back” reception for student-athletes from all 16 Red making stops in Newport, Osceola, Paragould and Student-athletes from various sports participated in nu- Wolves teams at the Convocation Center. Blytheville. merous community service projects such as “Reading with ASU student-athletes participated in the athletic depart- the Red Wolves”, autograph sessions, volunteer coach- ASU began its new Red Wolf traditions at the first “Order ment’s fifth annual Senior Prom at the St. Bernard’s Audi- ing and volunteering at the Red Cross Shelter in the Con- of the Pack” pep rally on Sept. 4 at the Convocation Center. vocation Center. torium. ASU held a cookout for its student-athletes at one of its The women’s basketball team held a “Think Pink” game ASU continued to improve its online content, including additions to the “State Zone” that upgraded content for both baseball games in honor of National Student-Athlete Day. to help promote breast cancer awareness. members and free public access. The football team will play a nationally televised game by ASU announced it has received a $125,000 donation from The brand-new mobile store at www.astateredwolves.com 1950’s ASU All-America football player Frank Farella. ESPN2 at Louisiana-Monroe during the 2009 season.

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RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND POINTS OF PRIDE was created with ringtones, wallpapers and even video tendance over last year. clips available for A-State fans. 2007-08 Tim Langford, Lauren Fair Harmon, Bob Ferralasco and Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe were inducted into the ASU officially retired the Indian Family as its mascot during halftime of a men’s basketball game played Feb. 28, ASU Athletic Hall of Honor. 2008. ASU Athletics signed a five-year extension with the Collegiate Licensing Company to continue to oversee the de- A roll-out ceremony for ASU’s new adopted mascot, the partment's licensing program. ASU posted a record fiscal Red Wolves, was held March 13, 2008 at the Student year for licensing royalties in 2007-08 with CLC and is on Union. pace for another record year in 2009. Over 60 ASU student-athletes participated in reading, ASU fans enjoyed festivities such as an improved tailgat- playing games, art and P.E. classes during Fox Meadow ing experience, fireworks, Lil’ Red Wolf activities, an ex- Elementary’s “In School Camp Out”. panded “Kids Zone,” receptions, Jazz in Jonesboro, Youth Day, Heroes Day and Hall of Honor ceremonies that have The ASU Athletic Department held its fourth annual Sensurrounded football game days at ASU Stadium. Ameri- ior Citizen Prom, which has become a major community can Idol and Country Music Star Josh Gracin headlined outreach project the last several years. the entertainment for Jazz in Jonesboro, which attracted The ASU Athletic Department helped collect items this the largest crowd in the history of the event. spring to be given to victims of the recent flooding across ASU introduced Howl to the public at its first home football the state. game. The ASU women’s basketball reached out and spent time The men’s basketball team attended Tailgate City and the with children at St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis. Kids’ Zone, meeting fans, passing out schedules and signAmanda DeWalt (VB) and Alfred Louis (FB) were selected ing autographs before the football game. to represent ASU at the 2008 NCAA National Student-AthDirector of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee was a member of the lete Development Conference. 1975-76 Henderson State Univ. basketball team that was Lesley Hale (women’s track and field) and Tarius Moss inducted into the Reddie Hall of Honor. (men’s track and field) were selected to attend the NCAA The athletic department held the First Annual ASU Fan Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas. Fest held at the ASU Convocation Center with its men’s Student-athletes were very active in the community, and women’s basketball teams. reaching out to local schools, businesses and other ASU announced that all Red Wolves men’s and women’s sources of service. basketball games will be aired on KWHF 95.9 FM The Wolf during the 2008-09 season. ATTENDANCE Head coaches John Brady and Ginger Brown Lemm greeted fans and signed autographs at the Jonesboro 2008-09 Wal-Mart on Highland Drive. ASU increased its season ticket sales for men’s basketball The athletic department held the Fifth Annual ASU Open for the first time in 10 years. at Sage Meadows Golf Course in Jonesboro. The Red Wolf Club succeeded in its focus to increase the number Season ticket sales for ASU’s home men’s basketball of lettermen participating by doubling the number from the games were up 11 percent over last year’s total. The 11 previous year. percent jump represented the first increase in season ticket sales in 10 years. ASU doubled last season’s walkMembers of the football team met with children at Jones- up ticket sales for its home men’s basketball games this boro Health, Wellness and Environmental Studies Mag- year. net School. ASU’s first four football home crowds of the 2008 season In partnership with ASU, the U.S. Postal Service sold spe- all ranked among the top 10 in ASU Stadium history. It is cial edition pictorial cancellations commemorating ASU’s the first time in ASU history that the football team played first football game as the Red Wolves. four home games each in front of 20,000 or more spectators during the same season. ASU’s average attendance Members of the women's basketball team took the oppor- of 21,105 broke the single-season record for home attentunity to participate in the United Way Day of Caring. dance, which was previously 17,882 set in 2006. The women’s soccer team wore pink jerseys in a game The women’s soccer team set a new school record for atfor Breast Cancer research before auctioning the jerseys tendance. off. Fifty percent of the proceeds went to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The athletic department’s largest and oldest fundraiser was once again a huge success. Lil’ Bit of Christmas was held at the Convocation Center Nov. 7-9. All 250 booths were sold for the event as nearly 9,000 people came through the doors. This represents a 20% increase in at-

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Jonesboro, home of Arkansas State University, weighs in as the largest city in Northeast Arkansas. As a matter of fact, if you form a triangle by connecting Little Rock, St. Louis and Memphis, Jonesboro stands out as the largest metropolitan city in what amounts to a 17,000 square mile triangular area. Jonesboro is a great city of 60,000, and is always ready to welcome incoming ASU students from the moment they arrive in town. The booming community has matured over the past half

century into a regional center for cultural, educational, industrial, commercial, agricultural, communication, transportation, recreational and medical interests. It contains almost every convenience of a big city and every comfort of a small town. The community is alive with cultural events such as the art exhibitions, theatrical and musical productions, not only on campus but in the city itself through the Jonesboro Fine Arts Council, NEA Foundation of Arts, the Forum and the Northeast Arkansas Symphony. One highlight is the annual Hispanic celebration when downtown Main Street is transformed into a festive explosion of Hispanic music, food and cultural activity.


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Regionally located with numerous services for Northeast Arkansas, portions of Tennessee & Missouri. • More than 100 industries are located in Jonesboro. • Cited as Volunteer and Arkansas Community of Year. • Ideal climate and temperature provide a variety of recreational activities including hunting, fishing, golf, park activities, tennis, boating, swimming, camping and picnicking. • Downtown Jonesboro is revitalized into area including loft housing, restaurants, specialty shops, weekly and weekend concerts featuring everything from gospel to rap. • Site of new Mall at Turtle Creek which houses over 100 new stores. Construction of the mall, which opened in March 2006, exceeded $100 million. Jonesboro is living up to its slogan of “People, Pride, and Progress” Memphis is less than a hour away from the ASU campus.

Jonesboro is also the medical hub of northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri, with two major hospitals and countless medical professionals. The city is also a shopping mecca, offering a modern business district as well as quaint downtown antique shops and restaurants. The $100 million Mall at Turtle Creek recently opened with more than 100 stores. One of the five largest cities in Arkansas, Jonesboro is located between the vast and fertile Mississippi River and the cultural and scenic richness of the Ozark Mountains. It is nestled about 70 miles west of Memphis, Tennessee, on the gentle slopes of Crowley’s 2010 ARKANSASRidge. STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE 99 Jonesboro is a comfortable one hour

drive from Memphis, two hours from Little Rock and four hours from St. Louis.The city and University have meshed resources in recent years and have truly become the “capital” of the northeast quadrant of the state. Northeast Arkansas is a recreation haven for the person who enjoys water sports, fishing, hunting, and boating as well as the joys of unspoiled nature. Jonesboro and the surrounding area have an abundance of lakes, rivers, ponds, streams and forests to serve as nature’s playgrounds for the avid outdoors person. And, Jonesboro, ranked by Forbes.com as the 27th “best small place to live” is a AStateRedWolves.com nice place to call home.

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MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS: Credentials for home games are provided to those members of the media who are covering the game in a full working capacity. Requests with names should be submitted in writing on company letterhead. Passes will be mailed to valid applicants as long as time permits; otherwise, passes may be claimed at the main gate to Tomlinson Stadium. Spouses, dates, children and non-workers are NOT permitted in the media areas. Passes must be displayed at all times, and ASU reserves the right to revoke passes and privileges at any time due to misrepresentation or misconduct. Requests for road-game credentials should be made to the SID of the host institution. GAME SERVICES: Notes, programs, media guides and statistic packets are provided to media personnel by the Sports Information Office. Light refreshments will be served on most game days in the press box. The press box telephone number is (870) 972-3383. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Certified photographers of newspapers, magazines, wire services and TV stations must request passes in writing. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers. INTERVIEWS: The head coach will be available for interviews in the press box after each game, following a brief team meeting. A-State studentathletes will also be available by request at this time. The locker room is closed to the media following games. To arrange for a student-athlete interview during the week, contact Van Provence, Assistant Sports Information Director at (870) 972-2541. All interviews must be approved by the head coach. INJURY INFORMATION POLICY: A student-athlete's protected health information is protected by federal regulations under either the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act

(HIPAA) or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (the Buckley Amendment) and may not be disclosed without either the studentathlete's authorization under HIPAA or their consent under the Buckley Amendment. Authorized/consented injury information pertaining to a student-athlete shall be released to the media through the Sports Information Department after being authorized by the athletic trainer. It is also appropriate-in post-game or weekly press conferences-for head coaches to announce team injury updates. Team physicians may be available to offer explanation on injuries if requested by the athletic trainer. Any sideline or locker room report made to the media shall be made by an athletic trainer, team physician, or a sports information staff representative. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Van Provence, Assistant Sports Information Director at (870) 972-2541, or write Media Relations Office, P.O. Box 1000, State University, Ark., 72467. Overnight mail can be sent to Media Relations Office, Convocation Center, 217 Olympic Drive, Jonesboro, Ark., 72401. RADIO: Radio broadcasts of Red Wolves baseball will be on the Arkansas State Radio Network and will also be available over the Internet. Matt Stolz is the “Voice of the Red Wolves”. The visiting team’s official radio station, as designated by the visitors’ SID, will be permitted origination privileges. A courtesy line will be available at no charge. Any questions regarding broadcasts or the use of facilities should be directed to Van Provence, Assistant Sports Information Director. WEB ACCESS: In addition, schedules, rosters, statistics, bios, etc. are available on the official ASU athletics website. Access the site at www.AstateRedWolves.com and then click on baseball.

Entering his fifth season as “The Voice of the Red Wolves,” Matt Stolz will once again handle the play-byplay for ASU Baseball in 2010. ASU Baseball games may be heard live on KBTM 1280 AM throughout Northeast Arkansas.

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2010 Arkansas State Baseball Reference Guide  
2010 Arkansas State Baseball Reference Guide  
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