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TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents General Information Message from the college About Doane Doane Admission Doane Academic Majors Doane Academic Support Doane Facilities Doane Coaching Staff Doane Support Staff Doane Media Information GPAC Affiliation NAIA Affiliation

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2010 Season Season Preview Roster Schedules

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Team Information Doane Player Bios Doane Coaching Staff

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2009 Recap Season Recap Statistics All-Conference

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Baseball History Ledon Baseball Field Records Year-by-Year Results Athletic Hall of Fame Honor D Award Doane Athletic Sponsors

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Athletics Directory Athletics Athletic Director Sports Information Fax

826-6717 826-8583 826-8248 826-8647

Baseball 826-8646 M Basketball 826-8281 W Basketball 826-8636 Cross Country 826-8656 Football 826-8201 MGolf 826-6719 W Golf 826-8653 Soccer 826-6783 Softball 826-6735 Tennis 826-8227 Track 826-8300 Volleyball 826-8202 (area code for all offices is 402) Quick Facts Location Crete, Neb. 68333 Founded 1872 Enrollment 969 Nickname Tigers Colors Orange & Black Conference GPAC Affiliation NAIA President Jonathan Brand Athletic Director Greg Heier SID Rick Schmuecker Contact 402-826-8248 Baseball Information Head Coach Jeremy Jorgensen Years 3rd Facility Ledon Baseball Field 2009 Overall Record 18-28 2009 GPAC Record 12-12

NAIA Champions of Character: Doane College welcomes all players, officials and spectators to today’s contest. As a member of the NAIA and Great Plains Athletic Conference, we are commited to the true spirit of competition by being a “Champion of Character,” through the five core character values the NAIA embraces: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship. We ask each of you as a participant, official or spectator to abide by these values by creating a positive environment in which our athletes may participate, our officials may work and you, the spectator, may enjoy. Please enjoy today’s contest.

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WELCOME TO DOANE Welcome to Doane College! We are delighted to have you here for an important element of a Doane education: athletics. Whether it is on the field, court, track, or other arena, our students are engaged in a valuable collegiate experience. Together, they learn the importance of teamwork; individually, they learn how much they can accomplish through commitment, hard work, and focus. We are fortunate at Doane, not only because we have strong athletic programs, but also because we face strong competition in every sport. This benefits everyone. Please join me in cheering them all on!

Jonathan Brand, president

Thank you for your enthusiastic support of the student-athletes at Doane College. The athletic experience at Doane College fits perfectly with the broader mission of Doane to provide an outstanding liberal arts education for all our students. The basic premise of the Doane liberal arts experience is that a broadly educated individual is best prepared to face the many challenges of an ever-changing world. We strive for a value-based athletic experience at Doane where our studentathletes broaden their own experience and education by learning and modeling the important values of a competitive spirit, teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. As we support our teams and athletes, please conduct yourself in a manner consistent with these underlying values promoted through our athletic programs. Go Tigers!

Greg Heier, athletic director

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ABOUT DOANE COLLEGE When Thomas Doane, chief civil engineer of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad, began building the railroad across Nebraska in the late 1800s, his goal was not only to enhance civilized life for the pioneers, but also to build a liberal arts college on the Nebraska frontier. He and the Congregationalists soon chose the town of Crete, overlooking the Big Blue River, for a college on the plains. The college maintains historical ties with the United Church of Christ. Thomas Doane’s vision of a college in the tradition of Harvard and Yale has become a reality. Fully established in 1872, Doane is Nebraska’s first private liberal arts and sciences college. From the college’s formative years under the tutelage of first president David Brainerd Perry to the current 11th president, Jonathan Brand, the college continues its purpose to educate students to serve and lead in the state, the nation and the world. Today, the college serves more than 3,200 students in bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in Crete, Lincoln, and Grand Island, Neb., and focuses on providing an exceptional educational experience for all students. Doane College is one of only two schools in Nebraska to be ranked among the top 25 institutions in the Midwest and as one of the Midwest’s “best values” in the 2007 U.S. News & World Report College Guide. The Crete campus serves approximately 1,000 residential students on 300 scenic acres. Designated a state arboretum, the once treeless landscape now boasts more than 100 varieties of trees, numerous plantings, ponds, and swans. Doane College focuses on providing a student-centered, innovative environment for students and employees. Forty-plus major fields of study are offered, as well as pre-professional programs. More than 80 co-curricular activities and organizations are also available. From national championship athletic programs to music, theatre, and service clubs, students pursue many varied interests outside the classroom. Leadership development underscores the students’ experience in all aspects of the college. Doane’s unique Hansen Leadership Program works with students to help enhance their leadership skills and talents, through speakers and events, alumni mentors, course offerings, community service, and other activities. Additional highlights include the four-year graduation guarantee for students…graduate within four years or the college will pay for a fifth year of course work. A travel scholarship for students provides opportunities to travel on college-sponsored trips in the U.S. or abroad. Doane College was the first institution in the nation to initiate a warranty for its education graduates to hiring school districts, and guarantees teacher education graduates a position. Doane College also offers three graduate degree programs, including the Master of Arts in Management (MAM), Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC), and Master of Education (MED) in Curriculum and Instruction or Educational Leadership.

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DOANE ADMISSION OFFICE How to become a Doane Tiger 1. Complete an application for admission: www.doane.edu/Apply 2. Schedule a personal campus visit or attend a visit day. Contact the Doane Admission Office: (800) 333-6263 3. During your visit, be sure to schedule appointments with a professor and coach. You also have the opportunity to tour the campus, visit with students and athletes, eat lunch at the dining hall and visit with the Admission and Financial Aid offices. 4. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after January 1 of your senior year. www.fasfa.ed.gov 5. Stay in touch with your admission counselor and Doane coach. You can find a list of majors that Doane offers on page 5.

Meet the Doane Admission Team

(from left to right) Sarah Begay - Nebraska panhandle, western U.S.A. Jim Dymacek - south-central Nebraska & southern U.S.A. Matt Huber - Omaha metro, northeastern & north-central U.S.A. Kyle McMurray - northeast Nebraska & Omaha Public Schools

(from left to right) Tim Moulton - southeast Nebraska including Lincoln & Crete Josh Oltmans - transfer students Abby Vollmer - north-central & western Nebraska Joel Weyand - Vice President of Admission, international students

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DOANE ACADEMIC MAJORS Doane College offers 39 majors, seven pre-professional programs and 26 minors through its Crete campus. These majors -- combined with the successful completion of the Doane Plan (general degree requirement), and relevant additional degree requirements -- lead to the awarding of a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. Majors Accounting Biochemistry Honors-Biology Business Principles Computer Science Economics English English/Language Arts French History Information Systems Journalism Music Philosophy Physical Science Political Science Public Administration Social Science Spanish Theatre Endorsement Programs Secondary Education Early Childhood Coaching Middle Grades

Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Honors-Computer Science Elementary Education English as a Second Language Environmental Science German Honors-Information Systems International Studies Mathematics Natural Science Physical Education Physics Psychology Religious Studies Sociology Special Education

Pre-Professional Programs Allied Health Dentistry Engineering Environmental Studies/Forestry Law Medicine Veterinary Medicine

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ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER The transition from high school to college level academics is a dramatic one, but it need not be traumatic if students make use of the resources Doane College provides through the Academic Support Center (ASC). In contrast to many students’ high school course experiences, most college level courses demand a whole new study and exam preparation strategy. Most college professors fully expect that students will complete the assigned textbook readings and come to class prepared to ask questions and engage in discussion generated by the reading assignment. Professors’ lectures complement and supplement the required reading assignment, but they are not intended to substitute for required readings. Likewise, students must attend lectures and labs if they are to gain the full benefit of their educational opportunity. Completing the assigned readings, attending lectures and labs, being able to record accurate reading/lecture notes and reviewing their notes regularly in preparation for exams and finals are all critical to any student’s academic success. Doane’s Academic Support Center (ASC) provides academic assistance, training and intervention to students who wish to improve their academic performance. The ASC consists of two separate programs: The Doane Learning Center (DLC) and Doane Student Support Services (DSS). Both programs are housed in the Student Services area on the lower level of Perry Campus Center. The Doane Learning Center is a walk-in center for students wanting to raise their grades or improve their study skills. The program provides academic counseling, peer tutoring, and writing assistance. Doane Student Support Services (DSS) is a TRIO program, federally funded through the United States Department of Education. It assists eligible students in reaching their academic and personal goals through a variety of activities. Notification of eligibility is sent to new students in the first few weeks of the fall and spring terms and is dependent on American citizenship AND family income level, (or) student disability status or both custodial parents/guardians having less than a four-year degree.

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DOANE FACILITIES The Doane College athletic facilities continue to change and improve each year. The Jose M. & Elizabeth Ledon Softball and Baseball Complex opened in March 2007. The complex is located on the east end of campus and is home to Tiger baseball and softball. The facility includes batting cages, a two-story press box and concession stand. Located on the northeast end of the Doane campus, Fuhrer Field House is home to Tiger volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball, and indoor track & field. The Field House is also used for early season practices for baseball, softball, and tennis. Fuhrer Field House under went a major renovation starting in the winter of 2001. Changes of notice are new bleachers that allow for 1,900 fans, including portable bleachers that sit in the end zones of the court to bring the fans closer, a movement of the court floor closer to the main bleachers, a new mondo track surface, new lights, wiring, and speakers, and wall pictures hung to display each Tiger sport. The renovation of the athletic training room is the most recent improvement to the facility. Simon Field was constructed in 1929 following a generous gift from G. Eli Simon, a Cambridge, Nebraska, attorney and father of a graduating senior. Simon Field is located on the north side of the campus and is home to the football and soccer teams. Lauritsen Track surrounds the field and is home to the track & field teams. Field turf was installed in 2000. As part of the renovation, a new outdoor, polyurethane track was also installed. Both the field and track are used by the Crete community and Crete High School. The press box was wired with Internet capabilities in the summer of 2004. Located on the eastern end of campus, The Den is the alternate home to Doane soccer. The first home of Doane Soccer, The Den is a grass surface used mostly for practices. Scheduled to open in Fall 2010 is the George & Sally Haddix Recreation and Athletic Center which will be the new home of Tiger volleyball and basketball. It will be located between The Den, Ledon Complex and Fuhrer Field House.

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DOANE ATHLETIC STAFF

Jeremey Jorgensen Baseball

Ian Brown Men’s Basketball

Tracee Fairbanks Women’s Basketball

Jamie Ourecky-Sand Cheer & Dance

Brad Jenny Cross Country

Matt Franzen Football

Myron Parsley Men’s Golf

Jeannine Foster Women’s Golf

Greg Jarosik Soccer

Barry Mosley Softball

Pete Fuimefreddo Men’s Tennis

Barb Kuzma Women’s Tennis

Ed Fye Track & Field

Cindy Meyer Volleyball

Faye Weber Athletics Secretary

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DOANE SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Director Greg Heier took over as Athletic Director in May 2006. Heier played four years at Doane on the men’s basketball team guided by NAIA Hall-of-Fame coach Bob Erickson beginning with the 1981-82 season and ending with the 1984-85 season. Heier earned his B.S. degree in Political Science in 1985 and a J.D. degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1988. Heier also served as an assistant basketball coach for the Tigers from 1998-2002. During that time, Heier helped coach the last men’s basketball team to have won a post-season conference championship and earn a spot in the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament. Prior to serving as Athletic Director, Heier practiced law from 1988 until 1998 and worked in human resources and risk management for Doane from 1998 until 2006. He has been a life long fan of Doane Tiger Athletics!

Athletic Trainers Stefanie Kindt became the Tigers’ Head Atheltic Trainer in 1997. She is a 1991 graduate of North Dakota State University, Fargo, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. She has a Master’s degree from the University of Florida, Gainsville, in Exercise and Sports Sciences. Kindt is a Certified Athletic Trainer through the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). She is also an assistant professor in the Physical Education Department. Brad Jenny joined the Tiger athletic training staff in 1999 as assistant Athletic Trainer. He is a 1993 graduate of Doane College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with an Athletic Training emphasis. He has a Master’s degree in HPER (health, physical education and recreation) from Northern State University in Aberdeen, S.D., where he served as a graduate assistant Athletic Trainer for one year. Brad is certified through the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and also holds a CSCS through the NSCA.

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DOANE MEDIA INFORMATION The Doane College Sports Information Office is always interested in helping members of the media in their coverage of Tiger Athletics. Athlete features and interviews, credential request, photographs and statistics are available through the sports information office. Rick Schmuecker joined the Tiger team in August 2001 as Assistant Sports Information Director, following four years as a student at Midland Lutheran College. In May 2006, he was named head of the Sports Information Department by Athletic Director Greg Heier. At Doane, Rick is seen at all home athletic events, usually in the designated media areas, either keep stats, broadcasting or both. He has received publication honors by the NAIA-SIDA in football and soccer as well as with the Doane athletic Web site. In June 2008, he received 2nd Place honors for the women’s soccer media guide, the highest honor received by himself or Doane through the NAIA-SIDA contests. In 2009, he received 2nd Place in CoSIDA’s Special Events publication for the volleyball post-season game program. However, the work that is done could not be completely accomplished without several student workers who also help out with game days and office work. These students are responsible for helping with statistics, running game clocks and setup for games. Their time and commitment is greatly appreciated. Students working for the sports information office in 2009-10 are: Betsy Anderjaska, Cheryl Braithwait, Mindy Dymacek, Stephanie Gade, Calicia Hergott, Kayla Hochstein, Brittany Luettel, Brittany Lurz, Jamie Jensen, Morgan Dubas, Jennifer Liddell, Lisa Lord, Megan Meduna, Cassie Reicks and Kayleen Stanek. Contact Information E-mail: rick.schmuecker@doane.edu Phone: 402-826-8248 Fax: 402-826-8647 Web site: www.doane.edu/Athletics

Cody Vance took over as Assistant Athletic Director for Outreach in August 2009. Cody is a Doane graduate and has been involved in Doane athletics for more than 30 years. He serves as the public address announcer for football and women’s basketball while continuing his support of all of the athletic programs in any way he can. His duties with the athletic department reach from game day management to community outreach and involvement. He also serves as Doane’s coordinator of Champions of Character through the NAIA.

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ABOUT THE GPAC The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) is an affiliated conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), consisting of 13 private, faith-based colleges and universities in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. Originally founded in 1969 as the Nebraska Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (NIAC), the league retains all six of its charter members Concordia, Dana, Doane, Hastings, Midland Lutheran and Nebraska Wesleyan. In 1992, the NIAC added Northwestern and became the Nebraska-Iowa Athletic Conference. Eight years later, Dakota Wesleyan, Dordt, Mount Marty and Sioux Falls joined the conference which became the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) in 2000-2001. Briar Cliff entered the league in 2002-2003 and Morningside became the 13th member a year later. Both schools are in Sioux City, Iowa. Beginning with the 2005-2006 school year, the GPAC started awarding the Christopherson All-Academic Award. The award is a traveling trophy to be presented annually to the GPAC institution with the best academic performance by its student-athletes in all sports. The GPAC has also boasted more than 400 scholar-athletes each of the last two years. The GPAC has 16 NAIA National Champions... In 2000-2001 the Northwestern women and men won NAIA Division II National Basketball Championships, while the Doane women shared the outdoor NAIA Track and Field title. 2001-2002 brought two NAIA titles to our league. The Hastings women won the NAIA Division II National Basketball title, while Doane’s women won the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championship outright. In 2002-2003 the GPAC won two more National Championships with the Hastings women repeating as NAIA Division II National Basketball Champions, and the Northwestern men winning the NAIA Division II crown for the second time in three years. The Morningside women’s basketball teams won the 2004 and 2005 titles in front of the hometown Sioux City fans at the Tyson Events Center. In 2006 the Hastings women’s basketball team won their third basketball title in five years. The GPAC won six straight NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championships from 2001 to 2006. Also, in 2006 Dana College claimed the NAIA National Wrestling Championship, while the Nebraska Wesleyan’s men’s golf team won the NCAA III National Title. In the fall of 2006 when Sioux Falls won the Football National Championship in Savannah, Tennessee. The Northwestern women’s basketball team capped a 35-2 season in winning the 2008 NAIA Division II National Championship. The University of Sioux Falls won their second NAIA Football Title by claiming the 2008 National Championship. In March of 2009 the Morningside Women’s Basketball team capped a perfect 38-0 season by claiming the NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship. The title game was an All-GPAC matchup as Hastings claimed Runner-Up honors. The GPAC has now won eight of the last nine NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Championships! The University of Sioux Falls added to their football run, taking the 2009 Football National Championship once again. Corey Westra of Sioux City, Iowa, is the GPAC Commissioner and Information Director.

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ABOUT THE NAIA The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is a governing body for athletic programs at its nearly 300 colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. The long-held mission of the NAIA is to promote the education and development of students through intercollegiate athletics participation. Founded in 1937, the NAIA is a leader in the development of student-athletes and continues to be a pioneer in implementing exceptional standards for academics, diversity and character. Those standards are evident not only on the campuses of our member institutions, but in the competitive fields of our 23 national championships. Today, the NAIA strengthens its commitment to studentathletes and strives to enrich their college experience by supporting academic achievement and character development. NAIA Champions of Character is an innovative outreach program designed to instill character values in studentathletes, coaches and youth in the communities we serve. ABOUT THE NAIA STUDENTS A supportive environment can lead to success When you choose to attend one of nearly 300 NAIA member colleges or universities throughout the United States and Canada, you are welcomed into a supportive environment of students and faculty that are likely to become lifelong friends. Small classes and closer student-faculty interaction make it easy to form strong friendships with classmates and faculty, which could have a great impact on your success and career preparation. Big opportunities are on smaller campuses With smaller campus communities, there are more opportunities for students to participate in activities. There are greater possibilities for students to experience leadership roles in student organizations, academics and intramural and intercollegiate athletics. The NAIA offers 23 championships in 13 sports and more than 90 percent of NAIA schools offer athletic scholarships. You’ll enjoy life outside the classroom with the variety of activities, athletic events and religious services found at NAIA schools. Learn more about the advantages of attending an NAIA member institution.

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LUKE HENDERSON

2010 SEASON


PRESEASON OUTLOOK The 2010 Tiger baseball team draws mixed reviews when looking at the breakdown of the preseason coaches’ poll. Doane was picked to finish the conference in sixth place but received a first place vote. Last year, Doane finished the season 18-28 overall and 12-12 in the GPAC. The Tigers return the starting eight position players from last year and several pitchers. Bench depth should also be strong with two players having at least 18 starts and three others serving valuable roles as backups. Senior position players returning for the Tigers are Derin Benson, Tom Frinkman, Luke Henderson, Dean Henson, Josh Reed and Blake Snow. Benson started 18 games, driving in nine runs while posting a .942 fielding percentage. Frinkman hit .371 with 29 RBIs last year. Henderson batted .274 while posting a .986 fielding percentage. Henson (pictured left) was a GPAC gold glover in 2008 and had a solid performance in the field once again. He scored 17 runs in 28 games. Reed hit .280 while scoring 22 runs and knocking in 14 RBIs. Snow was a Second Team All-GPAC performer as he posted a .378 batting average with 38 RBIs, both team highs. Three senior pitchers anchored the staff this year. Evan Koetter and Ryan Otto split time between the starting rotation and the bullpen. They combined to throw 78 innings last year. Jake Cathey is a transfer from Western Oregon University. Other key contributors from last year include junior Jason West. West received honorable mention honors in the GPAC and batted .296 while showing slick glove-work at first base by posting a .994 fielding percentage. Sophomore Anthony Hincy earned Second Team honors at shortstop. He hit .350 while posting team-highs in hits (55), triples (4) and home runs (5). Fellow sophomore Mike Albert hit .300 last year while scoring 23 runs and driving in 25 RBIs while roaming the Tiger outfield. Anthony Dunn started 42 games as a freshman and drove in 18 runs while scoring 19 for the Tigers. The pitching staff includes sophomore Britton Scheele who led the Tigers with four wins last year. Junior Dexter Spitsnogle posted three wins and a team-best 3.99 ERA and 50 strikeouts.

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ROSTER Alphabetical Roster # 45 6 23 39 54 7 50 58 21 32 12 4 25 41 10 15 8 36 43 5 24 1 34 57 29 30 35 16 28 49 44 22 72 17 11 55 26 56 3 42 37 33 48 14 51 19 9 20 27 18 2 46 31 40

Name Jimmy Ahrens Mike Albert Tanner Andrews Myles Arehart Joaquin Bargas Jake Bartek Taylor Bartlett Tyler Benal Derin Benson Chance Brull Jacob Cathey Colt Cochran Jack Dennis Jay Doherty Anthony Dunn Dylan Flott Tom Frinkman Jimmy Gonzales Michael Grabowski Luke Henderson Dean Henson Anthony Hincy Caleb Jester Chase Jones Zach Klene Evan Koetter Matt Komenda Mike Korsakas Mitchel Magrini Travis Miller Mason Nash Ryan Otto Rian Padilla Frankie Patino Jake Pederson Brian Polfer Abe Potts Robby Read Josh Reed Kyle Rhoades Andrew Rohr Britton Scheele Joey Seliga Blake Snow Dylan Soper Adam Sotelo A.J. Spanel Dexter Spitsnogle Jake Stokely Austin Tharp Jason West Chase Wickard Andrew Wiechman Luke Zimmerman

Pos. OF OF 2B P SS P OF OF UT P P 2B 1B OF C/IF OF 2B MI P C OF SS 1B P P P P 1B/P C OF P P P P P P OF/P P INF 3B P P C OF 3B/1B C 3B P 1B OF/P 1B P OF P

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

Hometown Fremont, Neb. Papillion, Neb. Wymore, Neb. Norfolk, Neb. Arvada, Colo. Falls City, Neb. Boulder, Colo. Wahoo, Neb. Brewster, Wash. Overland Park, Kan. Boise, Idaho McCook, Neb. Edmond, Okla. Arvada, Colo. Papillion, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Albuquerque, N.M. Los Lunas, N.M. McCook, Neb. Wakefield, Neb. Cheyenne, Wyo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Mounds View, Minn. Milford, Neb. Arvada, Colo. McCook, Neb. Dwight, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Colorado Springs, Colo. Lincoln, Neb. Lakewood, Colo. Everett, Wash. Bernalillo, N.M. Anaheim, Calif. Castle Rock, Colo. Big Rock, Ill. Kirkland, Wash. Ashland, Neb. Edmonds, Wash. Gillette, Wyo. Tobias, Neb. Plymouth, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Everett, Wash. Arvada, Colo. Gallup, N.M. Norfolk, Neb. Odell, Neb. Broken Bow, Neb. Holyoke, Colo. Arvada, Colo. Mitchell, Neb. West Point, Neb. Seward, Neb.

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SCHEDULES Date Feb 13 Feb 14 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 27 Feb 28 Mar 06 Mar 07 Mar 11 Mar 13 Mar 15 Mar 16 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 30 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 27 Apr 29 May 01

Meet St. Gregory’s University St. Gregory’s University St. Gregory’s University St. Gregory’s University University of St. Mary William Penn University William Penn University Northwestern College Graceland University University of Sioux Falls Graceland University Ashford University Ashford University Ashford University Ashford University Concordia University Friends University Friends University Webber International Univ. Webber International Univ. Warner University Warner University St. Leo University Ave Maria University Ave Maria University Franciscan University *Dakota Wesleyan Univ. *Dakota Wesleyan Univ. *Mount Marty College *Mount Marty College Dana College *Dana College *Dana College *Midland Lutheran College *Midland Lutheran College Wayne State College *Dordt College *Dordt College *Northwestern College *Northwestern College *Morningside College *Morningside College *Concordia University *Concordia University *University of Sioux Falls *University of Sioux Falls *Briar Cliff University *Briar Cliff University York College York College *Hastings College *Hastings College *Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. *Nebraska Wesleyan Univ.

Location Shawnee, Okla. Shawnee, Okla. Shawnee, Okla. Shawnee, Okla. Leavenworth, Kan. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Joplin, Mo. Joplin, Mo. Joplin, Mo. Joplin, Mo. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Babson Park, Fla. Babson Park, Fla. Lake Wales, Fla. Lake Wales, Fla. St. Leo, Fla. Babson Park, Fla. Babson Park, Fla. Cocoa, Fla. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Blair, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Wakefield, Neb. Sioux Center, Iowa Sioux Center, Iowa Orange City, Iowa Orange City, Iowa Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Seward, Neb. Seward, Neb. Sioux Falls, S.D. Sioux Falls, S.D. Sioux City, Iowa Sioux City, Iowa Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb. Hastings, Neb. Hastings, Neb. Crete, Neb. Crete, Neb.

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RYAN OTTO

MEET THE TIGERS


ATHLETE BIOS

Jimmy Ahrens Fremont, Neb. Archbishop Bergan H.S. OF

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Parents: Robert & Janet Ahrens Major: business administration Birthday: July 2 Bat: Left Throw: Left

Mike Albert Papillion, Neb. Papillion-LaVista South H.S.

OF

6-0

SO

Parents: Jeff & Paloma Albert Major: business administration Birthday: January 29 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Tanner Andrews Wymore, Neb. Southern H.S. 2B

5-9

Parents: Bruce & Geneie Andrews Major: education (mathematics) Birthday: June 21 Bat: Left Throw: Right

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ATHLETE BIOS

Myles Arehart Norfolk, Neb. Norfolk H.S. P

5-10

SO

Parents: John & Karen Arehart Major: business administration Birthday: September 26 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Joaquin Bargas Arvada, Colo. Arvada West H.S. SS

5-11

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Parents: Mark & Dawn Bargas Major: undecided Birthday: August 29 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Jake Bartek Falls City, Neb. Falls City H.S. P

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Parents: Tom & Kathy Bartek Major: biology Birthday: October 12 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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ATHLETE BIOS

Taylor Bartlett Boulder, Colo. Boulder H.S. OF

5-7

FR

Parents: Jon & Deb Bartlett Major: physics Birthday: June 15 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Tyler Benal Wahoo, Neb. Bishop Neumann H.S. OF

5-9

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Parents: John & Laura Benal Major: biology Birthday: August 8 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Derin Benson Brewster, Wash. Brewster H.S. UTIL

5-11

Parents: Kevin Benson & Laurie Oules Major: business administration Birthday: September 11 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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ATHLETE BIOS

Chance Brull Overland Park, Kan. St. Thomas Aquinas H.S. P

6-2

SO

Parents: Mark & Theresa Brull Major: exercise science (pre-physical therapy) Birthday: December 3 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Jacob Cathey Boise, Idaho Centennial H.S. P

6-0

SR

Parents: Dale Cathey & Cheryl Cathey Major: education (mathematics) Birthday: September 15 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Colt Cochran McCook, Neb. McCook H.S. 2B

5-8

SO

Parents: Steve & Mary Kay Cochran Major: business administration Birthday: June 23 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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ATHLETE BIOS

Jack Dennis Edmond, Okla. Edmond Memorial H.S. 1B

6-4

SO

Parents: Patrick & Amy Dennis Major: business administration Birthday: February 26 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Jay Doherty Arvada, Colo. Ralston Valley H.S. OF

5-9

SO

Parents: Dave & Cheryl Doherty Major: physics Birthday: April 16 Bat: Left Throw: Left

Anthony Dunn Papillion, Neb. Papillion-LaVista South H.S.

C/IF

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Parents: Bill & Jackie Dunn Major: secondary education & social sciences Birthday: January 4 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2009: Honorable Mention All-GPAC

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ATHLETE BIOS

Dylan Flott Omaha, Neb. Westside H.S. OF

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Parents: Russ & Linda Flott Major: accounting Birthday: June 19 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Tom Frinkman Albuquerque, N.M. Manzano H.S. 2B

5-11

SR

Parents: Jay & Lourdes Frinkman Major: art Birthday: December 1 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2008: honorable mention All-GPAC

Jimmy Gonzales Los Lunas, N.M. Los Lunas H.S. INF

5-10

FR

Parents: Jimmy & Jennifer Gonzales Major: environmental science Birthday: April 9 Bat: Both Throw: Right

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Mike Grabowski McCook, Neb. McCook H.S. P

5-9

FR

Parents: the late Linda Grabowski Major: elementary & special education Birthday: May 14 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Luke Henderson Wakefield, Neb. Wakefield H.S. C

5-11

SR

Parents: Tammie & Mike Mogus and Patrick Henderson Major: history & political science Birthday: March 8 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2009: NAIA Scholar-Athlete... All-Nebraska honorable mention

Dean Henson Cheyenne, Wyo. Central H.S. OF

5-11

Parent: Sam Henson Major: social science and secondary education Birthday: October 24 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Anthony Hincy Colorado Springs, Colo. Pine Creek H.S. SS

5-11

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Parents: David & Barbara Hincy Major: exercise science Birthday: November 3 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2009: Second Team All-GPAC... GPAC Player-of-the-Week

Caleb Jester Mounds View, Minn. Irondale H.S. 1B

6-1

SO

Parents: Chris & Tracey Jester Major: business administration Birthday: April 13 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Chase Jones Milford, Neb. Milford H.S. P

6-2

FR

Parents: Troy Jones & Jennifer Krupicka Major: education and social science Birthday: August 25 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Zach Klene Arvada, Colo. Arvada H.S. P

5-11

JR

Parents: David & Veronica Klene Major: graphic design Birthday: February 28 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Evan Koetter McCook, Neb. McCook H.S. P

6-0

SR

Parents: Joe & Rose Koetter Major: mathematics Birthday: July 29 Bat: Right Throw: Left

Matt Komenda Dwight, Neb. East Butler H.S. P

6-1

Parents: Randy & Dee Komenda Major: fitness management Birthday: December 12 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Mike Korsakas Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln Southwest H.S. 1B/P

6-1

SO

Parents: Mike & Cindy Korsakas Major: business administration Birthday: December 30 Bat: Left Throw: Right

Mitchel Magrini Colorado Springs, Colo. Cheyenne Mountain H.S. C

5-10

FR

Parents: Mark & Michelle Magrini Major: exercise science Birthday: January 12 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Travis Miller Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln Southeast H.S. OF

5-11

FR

Parents: Mitch & Lori Miller Major: undeclared Birthday: April 19 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Mason Nash Lakewood, Colo. Lakewood H.S. P

6-6

JR

Parents: Michael & Marlys Nash Major: economics and business administration Birthday: March 4 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Ryan Otto Everett, Wash. Mariner H.S. P

6-5

SR

Parents: Jerry & Christy Otto Major: business administration Birthday: June 23 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Rian Padilla Bernalillo, N.M. East Mountain H.S. P

5-11

Parents: Brian & Bernadette Padilla Major: undeclared Birthday: January 11 Bat: Left Throw: Left

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Frankie Patino Anaheim, Calif. Esperanza H.S. P

6-0

FR

Parents: Francisco & Trinidad Patino Major: sociology Birthday: January 30 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Jake Pederson Castle Rock, Colo. Douglas County H.S. P

5-10

JR

Parents: Rick & Susan Pederson Major: physic (pre-engineering) Birthday: September 18 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Brian Polfer Big Rock, Ill. Luther Preparatory School P

6-4

SO

Parents: Gary & Cindy Polfer Major: business administration Birthday: October 3 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Abe Potts Kirkland, Wash. Cedar Park H.S. OF/P

6-3

FR

Parents: Rob & Karen Potts Major: undeclared Birthday: March 2 Bat: Left Throw: Right

Robby Read Ashland, Neb. Ashland-Greenwood H.S. P

5-11

JR

Parents: Michelle Read and Barry Read Major: business administration Birthday: September 14 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Josh Reed Edmonds, Wash. Kamiak H.S. INF

5-8

Parents: Mike & Cathy Reed Major: business administration Birthday: January 30 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Kyle Rhoades Gillette, Wyo. Campbell County H.S. 3B

5-8

FR

Parents: Michael Rhoades and Susanna Lynde Major: sociology Birthday: December 27 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Andrew Rohr Tobias, Neb. Meridian H.S. P

5-9

FR

Parents: Mark & Missi Rohr Major: undeclared Birthday: September 21 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Britton Scheele Plymouth, Neb. Watertown Luther Prep P

6-1

SO

Parents: Brian & Sandy Scheele Major: exercise science Birthday: August 17 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Joey Seliga Omaha, Neb. Atascocita H.S. C

5-6

FR

Parents: Steve & Shirley Seliga Major: fitness management Birthday: May 6 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Blake Snow Everett, Wash. Cascade H.S. OF

6-2

SR

Parents: Bob & Susan Snow Major: business administration Birthday: October 31 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2009: Second Team All-GPAC

Dylan Soper Arvada, Colo. Arvada West H.S. 3B/1B

6-1

Parent: Brenda Soper Major: education Birthday: August 11 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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Adam Sotelo Gallup, N.M. Gallup H.S. C

5-11

SO

Parents: Raul Antonio & Nemesia Sotelo Major: biology Birthday: July 10 Bat: Right Throw: Right

A.J. Spanel Norfolk, Neb. Norfolk H.S. 3B

5-11

FR

Parents: Jim & Ronda Spanel Major: biochemistry Birthday: October 16 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Dexter Spitsnogle Odell, Neb. Diller-Odell H.S. P

6-6

JR

Parents: Earl & Carmen Spitsnogle Major: physics (pre-engineering) Birthday: October 4 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2009: GPAC Pitcher-of-the-Week... Honors in Course... Dean’s List

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Jake Stokely Broken Bow, Neb. Broken Bow H.S. 1B

6-4

SO

Parents: Carolyn Schaaf and Jim Stokely Major: education and Spanish Birthday: May 10 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Austin Tharp Holyoke, Colo. Holyoke H.S. OF/P

6-2

FR

Parents: Jeff & Theresa Tharp Major: business administration Birthday: January 4 Bat: Left Throw: Right

Jason West Arvada, Colo. Arvada H.S. 1B

6-0

Parents: Randy & Julia West Major: exercise science Birthday: May 10 Bat: Right Throw: Right 2009: Honorable Mention All-GPAC

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ATHLETE BIOS

Chase Wickard Mitchell, Neb. Banner County H.S. P

6-1

FR

Parents: Vance & Karen Wickard Major: biology Birthday: October 27 Bat: Right Throw: Right

Andrew Wiechman West Point, Neb. Central Catholic H.S. OF

5-10

FR

Parents: Glen & Melann Wiechman Major: business administration Birthday: August 21 Bat: Left Throw: Right

Luke Zimmerman Seward, Neb. Seward H.S. P

5-11

FR

Parents: Chad & Rachel Zimmerman Major: journalism Birthday: January 16 Bat: Right Throw: Right

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TIGER COACHING STAFF

Jeremy Jorgensen Head Coach

Head Coach Jeremy Jorgensen took over the Tiger program in June 2007. Jorgensen came to Doane from McCook Community College where he was the Head Baseball Coach and a career specialist. In addition to his coaching duties, he oversees the up-keep and maintainence of the Ledon Complex and The Den. Jorgensen graduated from College of St. Scholastica, Minnesota, in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in dietetics with a minor in psychology. He holds a master’s degree from California State University - Fullerton in kinesiology. Jorgensen received his first head coach position in 1997 at Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. In 1999, he became an assistant at the University of WisconsinRiver Falls where he was the recruiting coordinator and pitching coach. In August 2001, Jorgensen became pitching coach at California State University and in October 2003, he took over the McCook Community College baseball program. During his time at McCook Community College, they set school records in regular season wins and conference wins. Prior to 2003, the team had never won more than 11 games in a season; in his final year, they finished with 24. Jeremy and his wife, Jennifer, have a golden retriever named “Shoeless Joe” Jackson.

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TIGER COACHING STAFF

Brock Anderson Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach Brock Anderson joined the Tiger staff in Fall 2006. He serves as the outfield & infield coach and also assists with recruiting. Anderson, a native of Seward, Nebraska, was a starter on the baseball team at Midland Lutheran College before transferring to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Anderson spent the past five years coaching high school and American Legion baseball. In 2005, his American Legion team won the Class C Seniors State Tournament. Anderson is a physical education teacher at Belmont Elementary in the Lincoln Public School District.

Josh Oltmans Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach Josh Oltmans joined the Tigers in the summer of 2007 as recruiting coordinator after graduating from Dakota Wesleyan University. While at Dakota Wesleyan, Oltmans was an NAIA ScholarAthlete his senior year and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration and a minor in communications. Before playing at Dakota Wesleyan, Oltmans played for Coach Jorgensen at McCook Community College. He served as a co-captain at MCC and was an Academic All-American. During his college career Oltmans was a pitcher and an outfielder. He also played in the Boise Collegiate Summer League in Idaho. Coach Oltmans has coached legion baseball in Los Lunas, New Mexico and his home town of Nelson, Nebraska. Josh is a certified Hardstyle Kettlebell (HKC) instructor and works in the Doane Admission Office.

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TIGER COACHING STAFF

CJ Zeller Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach CJ Zeller joined the Doane coaching staff for the 2010 season after serving as the Head Baseball Coach at Prairie Home High School in Prairie Home, Missouri, in Fall 2009. Previous to working at Prairie Home, Zeller was the Manager of the Sikeston Bulls of the NCAA sanctioned K.I.T (KentuckyIllinois-Tennessee) League. The 2009 Bulls set a franchise record in wins and produced four K.I.T. League All-Stars. He also had K.I.T. experience as the Associate Manager of the Farmington Firebirds in 2008. Zeller has had two previous stints coaching college baseball, serving as an assistant at Central Methodist University (2007-2009) and Harris-Stowe State University (2007). During his coaching career, he has seen five of his players sign professional baseball contracts. Zeller played intercollegiate baseball at Harris-Stowe State University and Central Methodist University. He resides in Lincoln.

Jake Arbuckle Student Coach

Student Coach Jake Arbuckle was a member of the 2009 baseball team before moving into a student coach position. A native of Papillion, Arbuckle is a business management major at Doane. He is the son of Robert & Lola Arbuckle.

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TOM FRINKMAN

2009 RECAP


2009 SEASON RECAP A couple of slumps throughout the season proved too much to overcome as the Tigers finished the season at 18-28 overall and 12-12 in the GPAC, missing the postseason by one conference game. Doane rallied late in the season with a sweep of Sioux Falls and Briar Cliff to jump into sixth place heading into the final week. However, a 1-3 finish versus Hastings and Nebraska Wesleyan combined with Sioux Falls and Briar Cliff pulling off a couple of upset wins kept the Tigers out of the conference tournament. There was plenty of excitement throughout the season, however. The first game of the year set the tone as Doane would win six games with runs in the sixth inning or later. In the season opener at Rogers State, Doane trailed 2-1 entering the top of the seventh inning. Tyler Johnson led off with a homerun to tie the game and Anthony Hincy knocked out a two-run home run for the winning runs, 4-2. In a nine inning contest at York College, both teams scored in the final inning but a two-run homerun from Luke Henderson was the difference as Doane held on to a 4-3 win. Henderson aided the Tigers in a win over Cal State-San Marcos, scoring on a passed ball for a 5-4 win. The GPAC opening weekend saw the Tigers drop the first game to Dordt but then run off three straight wins. In Saturday’s games versus Northwestern, Doane picked up two late-inning victories. In game one, Derin Benson (pictured above) had a walk-off single to win 4-3. In game two, Anthony Dunn singled in the bottom of the sixth to plate a run for a 4-3 win. Against Sioux Falls, Mike Mendenhall induced a bases loaded walk to bring in the eventual winning run in the sixth inning. Doane topped the Cougars, 11-10. Mike Mendenhall earned First Team All-GPAC honors this past season at designated hitter. Anthony Hincy and Blake Snow were named Second Team All-GPAC while Jason West was honorable mention all-conference. Luke Henderson was named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete.

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2009 STATISTICS Date Opponent 02/07 at Rogers State University 02/07 at Rogers State University 02/08 at Rogers State University 02/08 at Rogers State University 02/14 at Ottawa University 02/15 at Ottawa University 02/15 at Ottawa University 02/22 vs William Woods University 02/22 vs William Woods University 03/05 at York College 03/07 at William Jewell College 03/07 at William Jewell College 03/08 BUENA VISTA UNIVERSITY 03/08 BUENA VISTA UNIVERSITY 03/14 at Cal State - San Marcos 03/14 at Cal State - San Marcos 03/15 at Cal State - San Marcos 03/15 at Cal State - San Marcos 03/17 at California Baptist University 03/20 * DORDT COLLEGE 03/20 * DORDT COLLEGE 03/21 * NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE 03/21 * NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE 03/25 DANA COLLEGE 03/28 * at Dakota Wesleyan University 03/28 * at Dakota Wesleyan University 03/29 * at Mount Marty College 03/29 * at Mount Marty College 04/03 * at Midland Lutheran College 04/03 * at Midland Lutheran College 04/07 * vs Dana College 04/07 * vs Dana College 04/10 * CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY 04/10 * CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY 04/11 * at Morningside College 04/11 * at Morningside College 04/14 at Concordia University 04/19 * UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS 04/19 * UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS 04/20 * BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY 04/20 * BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY 04/24 * HASTINGS COLLEGE 04/24 * HASTINGS COLLEGE 04/25 * at Nebraska Wesleyan University 04/25 * at Nebraska Wesleyan University 04/29 at University of Nebraska-Kearney * GPAC Game

Score by innings Doane College Opponents

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

Pitcher of Record Brull (W 1-0) Schachenmeyer (L 0-1) Koetter (L 0-1) Bartek (L 0-1) Spitsnogle (W 1-0) Otto (W 1-0) Bartek (W 1-1) Scheele (L 0-1) Spitsnogle (L 1-1) Scheele (W 1-0) Otto (L 1-1) Spitsnogle (L 1-2) Brull (L 1-1) Bartek (L 1-2) Harrison (L 0-1) Spitsnogle (W 2-2) Brull (L 1-2) Schachenmeyer (L 0-2) Bartek (L 1-3) Brull (L 1-3) Schachenmeyer (W 1-2) Erickson (W 1-0) Spitsnogle (W 3-2) Erickson (L 1-1) Otto (L 1-2) Scheele (L 1-2) Schachenmeyer (L 1-3) Koetter (W 1-1) Koetter (L 1-2) Harrison (L 0-2) Otto (L 1-3) Schachenmeyer (W 2-3) Spitsnogle (L 3-3) Koetter (W 2-2) Schachenmeyer (L 2-4) Scheele (W 2-2) Bartek (L 1-4) Scheele (W 3-2) Harrison (W 1-2) Harrison (W 2-2) Brull (W 2-3) Spitsnogle (L 3-3) Scheele (W 4-2) Brull (L 2-4) Koetter (L 2-3) Schachenmeyer (L 2-5)

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2009 STATISTICS Team Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp ab r h rbi 02/07 RSU 28 4 8 3 02/07 RSU 21 2 3 2 02/08 RSU 25 5 6 5 02/08 RSU 26 4 5 3 02/14 OTT 35 13 9 9 02/15 OTT 37 11 14 10 02/15 OTT 33 11 15 10 02/22 WWU 27 2 6 2 02/22 WWU 22 1 5 1 03/05 YOR 30 4 7 3 03/07 WJC 32 6 11 6 03/07 WJC 23 1 4 1 03/08 BVU 28 5 8 5 03/08 BVU 28 8 8 5 03/14 CSM 39 11 10 11 03/14 CSM 27 5 5 3 03/15 CSM 32 5 11 4 03/15 CSM 30 7 7 5 03/17 CBU 32 4 5 3 03/20 DOR 26 2 7 1 03/20 DOR 27 4 8 2 03/21 NOR 30 4 9 4 03/21 NOR 24 2 9 2 03/25 DAN 36 8 8 6 03/28 DWU 29 3 10 3 03/28 DWU 31 6 13 5 03/29 MMC 27 3 4 3 03/29 MMC 34 9 13 8 04/03 MLC 26 1 6 1 04/03 MLC 25 4 7 4 04/07 DAN 25 3 6 3 04/07 DAN 33 8 13 6 04/10 CNC 29 3 7 3 04/10 CNC 32 12 17 11 04/11 MOR 31 6 13 5 04/11 MOR 35 6 12 5 04/14 CNC 32 5 6 5 04/19 USF 22 17 10 16 04/19 USF 32 11 12 10 04/20 BCU 31 14 12 12 04/20 BCU 27 8 8 4 04/24 HAS 22 3 4 3 04/24 HAS 29 9 14 9 04/25 NWU 25 2 7 1 04/25 NWU 31 7 11 5 04/29 UNK 33 3 6 2 Totals 1339 272 399 230

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2b 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 0 2 1 3 0 2 6 2 0 0 3 2 1 0 58

3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

hr 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

bb 0 5 3 4 11 2 4 1 1 4 1 3 5 4 4 2 4 1 3 1 0 3 1 7 2 5 4 1 2 3 2 1 3 4 2 1 7 10 4 5 3 1 4 2 5 5 150

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sb 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 3 0 2 0 44

cs 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 18

k 7 7 8 4 4 5 7 9 2 13 6 4 4 3 5 9 5 8 11 6 1 0 5 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 7 3 2 6 6 3 9 6 6 4 6 3 4 8 234

avg .286 .143 .240 .192 .257 .378 .455 .222 .227 .233 .344 .174 .286 .286 .256 .185 .344 .233 .156 .269 .296 .300 .375 .222 .345 .419 .148 .382 .231 .280 .240 .394 .241 .531 .419 .343 .188 .455 .375 .387 .296 .182 .483 .280 .355 .182 .298


2009 STATISTICS Batting Player avg ab r Brooks .500 2 0 Snow .378 143 32 Frinkman .371 105 16 Mendenhall .354 147 44 Hincy .350 157 36 Albert .300 140 23 West .296 54 12 Reed .280 93 22 Henderson .274 73 4 Milz .273 11 13 Johnson .270 63 2 Dunn .268 127 19 Henson .239 71 17 Benson .175 57 6 Korsakas .167 30 2 Bies .132 53 5 McCaffrey .083 12 7 Cochran .000 1 11 Scheele .000 0 0 Brull .000 0 1 Totals .298 1339 272 Opp .313 1305 286

h 2b 1 0 54 10 39 6 52 6 55 7 42 7 16 3 26 3 20 2 3 0 17 4 34 3 17 4 10 1 5 2 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 399 58 408 80

3b 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 11

hr 0 2 0 2 5 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 29

rbi 1 38 29 21 29 25 11 14 10 1 8 18 9 9 1 6 0 0 0 0 230 251

slg% .500 .490 .429 .449 .541 .371 .407 .355 .342 .273 .381 .307 .296 .246 .233 .189 .083 .000 .000 .000 .387 .457

bb 0 25 11 6 21 16 6 7 9 4 12 14 7 3 2 5 2 0 0 0 150 146

so 1 22 14 12 23 17 16 24 16 3 12 11 20 12 5 22 4 0 0 0 234 232

ob% .500 .475 .431 .389 .435 .377 .381 .364 .391 .467 .432 .340 .345 .226 .265 .203 .353 .000 .000 .000 .384 .397

sac sb-att 0 0-0 5 1-2 3 0-0 4 13-14 4 9-13 2 4-7 4 1-1 7 5-7 2 0-0 0 3-4 1 0-0 7 1-2 5 2-3 2 0-2 0 0-0 2 1-2 0 1-1 0 3-4 0 0-0 0 0-0 48 44-62 37 58-77

po a e 0 2 1 66 3 7 27 25 3 23 3 0 59 141 21 73 0 2 160 7 1 56 73 9 124 17 2 6 0 1 116 18 2 30 69 15 27 2 3 46 3 3 38 1 2 76 2 3 2 5 1 1 0 0 6 10 0 2 3 1 950 420 85 983 436 100

Pitching Player era w-l app/gs *Spits 3.99 3-4 11/10 Komenda 4.00 0-0 6/0 Brooks 4.05 0-0 5/0 Plourde 4.05 0-0 4/0 Scheele 4.46 4-2 13/3 Erickson 4.88 1-1 16/0 Brull 5.30 2-4 10/6 Koetter 6.88 2-3 12/7 Harrison 7.59 2-2 14/1 Otto 8.02 1-3 11/9 *Schach 8.22 2-5 10/6 Bartek 10.12 1-4 8/4 Totals 6.11 18-28 46/46 Opp 5.33 28-18 46/46

cg 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 7 9

sv ip 0 49.2 0 9.0 0 6.2 0 6.2 0 36.1 2 24.0 1 35.2 2 35.1 0 21.1 0 42.2 0 30.2 0 18.2 5 316.2 8 327.2

h 52 11 7 9 46 35 44 49 26 64 44 21 408 399

r 33 8 6 3 23 20 26 38 22 45 34 28 286 272

er 22 4 3 3 18 13 21 27 18 38 28 21 215 194

bb 21 4 4 4 11 15 15 10 15 12 17 18 146 150

so 50 4 6 1 22 12 29 29 15 26 26 12 232 234

2b 3b hr b/avg 5 1 2 .272 3 0 2 .289 1 0 2 .269 1 0 0 .360 13 2 4 .307 5 1 2 .365 8 2 2 .306 13 2 3 .325 4 0 1 .313 13 0 5 .339 8 1 6 .319 6 2 0 .284 80 11 29 .313 58 8 15 .298

*Spitsnogle and Schachenmeyer

2009 GPAC Conference Standings Nebraska Wesleyan University Hastings College Dakota Wesleyan University Mount Marty College Midland Lutheran College Briar Cliff University Morningside College University of Sioux Falls Doane College Northwestern College Concordia University Dana College Dordt College GPAC non-conference record

GPAC 18-6 16-8 14-8 15-9 14-10 13-11 13-11 13-11 12-12 8-16 8-16 6-16 4-20

Perc .750 .667 .636 .625 .583 .542 .542 .542 .500 .333 .333 .273 .167

Overall 28-13 26-33 35-18 30-23 24-28 25-28 31-25 18-23 18-28 19-23 14-32 12-31 10-33

Perc .683 .441 .660 .566 .462 .472 .554 .439 .391 .452 .304 .279 .233

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2009 GPAC ALL-CONFERENCE 2009 All-Conference Selections First Team 1B Matt Huggins Midland Lutheran 2B Jared Noteboom Morningside 3B Cory Hilgenkamp Nebraska Wesleyan SS Brad Payne Northwestern UTIL Chris Davis Briar Cliff OF Bret Hoch Morningside OF Casey Solem Dakota Wesleyan OF Dean Hanson Mount Marty OF Cody Davis Briar Cliff C * Jason Engleman Morningside C Joe Jeanjaquet Hastings DH Mike Mendenhall Doane P + Wade Morrison Morningside P Zane Cascini Nebraska Wesleyan P Bryant McCann Hastings P Phil Johnson Dakota Wesleyan RP Gabe Shockman Morningside

Senior Junior Junior Junior Senior Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior Senior Junior Junior

*GPAC Player-of-the-Year

+ GPAC Pitcher-of-the-Year

Second Team 1B Trey Krier 2B Austin Malone 3B Jack Holmberg SS Anthony Hincy UTIL Wes Drumm OF Blake Snow OF Terry Lundeen OF Lucas McCain OF Dillon Peters C Max Hubka C Kyle Isaacson DH Jamie Dillard P Drew Nonnemacher P A.J. Clark P Cory Hilgenkamp P Josh Ostrom RP Jason Schmidt

Mount Marty Northwestern Concordia Doane Midland Lutheran Doane Dakota Wesleyan Midland Lutheran Dordt Nebraska Wesleyan Dakota Wesleyan Concordia Northwestern Hastings Nebraska Wesleyan Nebraska Wesleyan Mount Marty

GPAC Coach-of-the-Year: Jim Boeve - Hastings Doane Honorable Mention: 1B Jason West

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JOSH REED

BASEBALL HISTORY


LEDON BASEBALL FIELD RECORDS “Firsts” at the ball field Game: Doane vs. Sioux Falls (4/20/07), USF 7-0 Doane Win: vs. Waldorf College (3/12/08, gm 2), 5-4 Pitch: Bryan Dutcher (Doane) Hit: Aaron Boyer (USF) - single, 1st inning (4/20/07, gm 1) Doane Hit: Tim Engelhaupt - single, 1st inning (4/20/07, gm 1) Extra Base Hit: Bryan Dutcher - double, 2nd inning (4/20/07, gm 1) Home Run: Mike Mendenhall, 7th inning (3/12/08, Waldorf gm 2, walk-off) Run Scored: Tony Tysinger (USF) - 2nd inning (4/20/07, gm 1) Doane Run Scored: Mitch Vernon - 4th inning (4/21/07, Briar Cliff gm 2)

All-time at the ball field Record: 20-18* 2007: 0-4 2008: 11-8* 2009: 9-6+

GPAC Record: 2007: 2008: 2009:

16-12* 0-4 7-5* 9-3+

*Doane played four conference games in 2008 at home but they were the visitor on the scoreboard because the game was moved due to field conditions at the opposing school. Doane went 1-3 in those games but they are not included in the home record. +Doane played Dana in a conference doubleheader in 2009 where the Vikings were the home team on the score board. Games not included in home record as they split the double-dip.

Record versus Opponent’s at the ball field Briar Cliff University 2-2 Buena Vista University 0-2 Concordia University 1-1 Dakota State University 1-1 Dakota Wesleyan University 1-1 *Dana College 1-4 + Dordt College 2-2 + Hastings College 1-1 Midland Lutheran College 2-0 Morningside College 1-1 Mount Marty College 2-0 *Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 2-1 Northwestern College 2-2 + University of Sioux Falls 2-2 Valley City State University 1-1 Waldorf College 1-1 + includes games when Doane was the visitor on the scoreboard *includes non-conference games

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LEDON BASEBALL FIELD RECORDS Walk-off Hits by Doane Mike Mendenhall - solo home run, 7th inning vs. Waldorf (3/12/08, gm 2) Dean Henson - two-run single, 7th inning vs. Dakota Wesleyan (3/21/08, gm 2) Bryan Dutcher - one-run single, 8th inning vs. Morningside (4/15/08, gm 2) Tim Engelhaupt - one-run single, 7th inning vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (4/26/08, gm 1) Derin Benson - one-run single, 8th inning vs. Northwestern (3/21/09, gm 1) Game Highs for Doane Batting (Team & Individual) Runs Scored - 17 vs. University of Sioux Falls (4/19/09) 4 - Mike Mendenhall vs. Nebr. Wesleyan (4/26/08) 4 - Mike Mendenhall vs. Sioux Falls (4/19/09) Hits - 17 vs. Concordia University (4/10/09) 4 - Mike Mendenhall vs. Concordia (4/10/09) 4 - Tom Frinkman vs. Concordia (4/10/09) RBIs - 16 vs. University of Sioux Falls (4/19/09) 5 - Tim Engelhaupt vs. Midland Lutheran (4/6/08) 5 - Chris Williams vs. Nebr. Wesleyan (4/22/08) 5 - Anthony Dunn vs. Sioux Falls (4/19/09) Doubles - 6 vs. University of Sioux Falls (4/19/09) 2 - Dean Henson vs. Sioux Falls (4/19/09) 2 - Tyler Johnson vs. Briar Cliff (4/20/09) Home Runs - 2 vs. Midland Lutheran College (4/6/08) 2 - vs. Dana College (3/25/09) 2 - Tim Engelhaupt vs. Midland Lutheran (4/6/08) Walks - 10 vs. Valley City State University (3/9/08) 10 vs. University of Sioux Falls (4/19/09) 3 - 4 times Strikeouts - 10 vs. Morningside College (4/15/08) Stolen Bases - 4 vs. Waldorf College (3/12/08) 4 vs. Briar Cliff University (4/20/09) 2 - six times Game Highs for Doane Fielding (Team & Individual) Putouts - 27 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. (4/22/08) 11 - three times Assists - 16 vs. Valley City State University (3/9/08) 6 - Anthony Hincy vs. Concordia (4/10/09) 6 - Anthony Hincy vs. Hastings (4/24/09) Errors - 6 vs. Waldorf College (3/12/08) 6 vs. Morningside College (4/15/08) DPs Turned - 3 vs. Concordia University (4/10/09) Game Highs for Doane Pitching (Team & Individual) Innings - 9.0 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan University (4/22/08) 9.0 vs. Dana College (3/25/09) 7.0 - 7 times Strikeouts - 11 vs. Morningside College (4/15/08) 11 vs. Concordia University (4/10/09) 11 - Evan Koetter vs. Concordia (4/10/09) Hit Batters - 5 vs. Waldorf College (3/12/08)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS The following are year-by-year results since the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) formed in 2000-01. 2001 18-22 Overall (13-13 GPAC) Date Opponent W/L Score Feb 04 Kansas State University L 3-11 Feb 24 Colorado School of Mines W 2-1 Feb 24 Colorado School of Mines L 7-17 Feb 24 Colorado School of Mines L 6-12 Feb 25 Colorado School of Mines L 4-5 Mar 14 Dakota Wesleyan University L 5-8 Mar 19 Carleton College W 15-2 Mar 19 Trinity University L 3-8 Mar 20 Hamline University L 4-5 Mar 20 Trinity University L 4-9 Mar 21 Hamline University W 5-3 Mar 21 Carleton College W 7-2 Mar 22 Huston-Tillotson University L 5-7 Mar 22 Huston-Tillotson University W 11-6 Mar 27 Dana College W 2-1 Mar 27 Dana College W 8-1 Mar 30 Northwestern College L 3-5 Mar 30 Northwestern College L 9-10 Mar 31 Northwestern College W 11-1 Mar 31 Northwestern College W 11-1 Apr 03 Hastings College L 0-1 Apr 03 Hastings College W 6-4 Apr 07 Concordia University W 15-5 Apr 07 Concordia University L 11-12 Apr 08 Concordia University W 11-1 Apr 08 Concordia University W 11-9 Apr 13 Mount Marty College L 3-4 Apr 13 Mount Marty College W 4-0 Apr 14 Dakota Wesleyan University L 5-8 Apr 14 Dakota Wesleyan University L 7-19 Apr 17 Hastings College W 4-3 Apr 17 Hastings College L 1-4 Apr 20 University of Sioux Falls W 9-1 Apr 20 University of Sioux Falls L 2-9 Apr 21 University of Sioux Falls L 3-8 Apr 21 University of Sioux Falls W 9-3 Apr 24 Nebraska Wesleyan University L 5-11 Apr 24 Nebraska Wesleyan University L 0-3 Apr 26 Midland Lutheran College L 5-6 Apr 26 Midland Lutheran College W 5-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2002 20-36 Overall (12-13 GPAC) - GPAC Tournament Champions Date Opponent W/L Score Feb 02 Colorado School of Mines L 3-15 Feb 02 Colorado School of Mines L 3-5 Feb 03 Colorado School of Mines L 7-8 Feb 03 Colorado School of Mines L 5-7 Feb 12 Kansas State University L 8-21 Feb 16 Northern Colorado University L 5-8 Feb 16 Northern Colorado University W 12-9 Feb 17 Northern Colorado University L 1-5 Feb 17 Northern Colorado University L 7-10 Feb 23 York College L 4-8 Feb 23 York College W 10-8 Mar 13 University of Sioux Falls L 2-3 Mar 13 University of Sioux Falls W 3-1 Mar 16 Dakota Wesleyan University W 8-3 Mar 16 Dakota Wesleyan University L 5-6 Mar 17 Hastings College L 10-11 Mar 17 Hastings College W 12-2 Mar 20 Hastings College L 2-3 Mar 20 Hastings College L 5-7 Mar 25 National Christian University W 16-3 Mar 25 National Christian University W 11-1 Mar 26 Concordia University (TX) L 4-10 Mar 26 Concordia University (TX) L 3-7 Mar 27 Huston-Tillotson University L 4-11 Mar 27 Huston-Tillotson University L 5-9 Apr 01 Concordia University L 2-3 Apr 01 Concordia University L 7-10 Apr 02 Midland Lutheran College W 7-6 Apr 02 Midland Lutheran College gm 2 not played Apr 05 Northwestern College W 10-4 Apr 05 Northwestern College W 3-2 Apr 06 Northwestern College W 18-5 Apr 06 Northwestern College W 21-10 Apr 10 University of Nebraska-Kearney L 11-16 Apr 10 University of Nebraska-Kearney L 14-17 Apr 13 Mount Marty College L 3-7 Apr 13 Mount Marty College L 5-11 Apr 14 Peru State College L 11-14 Apr 14 Peru State College L 6-12 Apr 17 Nebraska Wesleyan University W 15-12 Apr 17 Nebraska Wesleyan University W 17-6 Apr 18 Peru State College L 19-21 Apr 18 Peru State College L 6-10 Apr 22 Dana College W 12-0 Apr 22 Dana College L 1-3 Apr 25 Nebraska Wesleyan University L 5-15 Apr 25 Nebraska Wesleyan University L 3-6 Apr 29 Dordt College L 1-2 Apr 29 Dordt College W 4-1 May 02 Dakota Wesleyan University W 12-11 May 03 Dana College W 12-8 May 03 Midland Lutheran College W 27-14 May 04 University of Sioux Falls L 3-5 May 04 University of Sioux Falls W 9-7 May 08 Bellevue University L 0-16 May 09 Peru State College L 3-11

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2003 14-26 Overall (11-15 GPAC) Date Opponent Feb 15 Northern Colorado University Feb 16 Northern Colorado University Feb 16 Northern Colorado University Mar 13 Dana College Mar 13 Dana College Mar 15 Buena Vista University Mar 15 Buena Vista University Mar 16 Dakota State University Mar 16 Dakota State University Mar 19 Briar Cliff University Mar 19 Briar Cliff University Mar 24 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 24 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 25 Trinity University Mar 26 Texas Lutheran University Mar 27 Trinity University Mar 30 Mount Marty College Mar30 Mount Marty College Apr 01 Hastings College Apr 01 Hastings College Apr 05 Northwestern College Apr 05 Northwestern College Apr 10 Hastings College Apr 10 Hastings College Apr 11 University of Sioux Falls Apr 11 University of Sioux Falls Apr 12 Dakota Wesleyan University Apr 12 Dakota Wesleyan University Apr 17 Midland Lutheran College Apr 17 Midland Lutheran College Apr 19 Midland Lutheran College Apr 19 Midland Lutheran College Apr 22 Concordia University Apr 22 Concordia University Apr 25 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 25 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 26 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 26 Nebraska Wesleyan University May 01 Dana College May 02 Dakota Wesleyan University

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W/L Score L 7-12 L 4-8 L 1-11 L 0-1 L 6-12 W 7-5 W 9-7 L 7-15 L 2-5 W 5-2 L 4-8 W 8-7 L 5-6 L 0-10 L 11-24 L 4-17 W 8-6 W 12-4 L 3-7 L 1-4 L 12-13 W 5-2 W 9-8 L 3-11 L 4-5 L 1-3 L 2-4 L 0-7 W 11-0 L 0-4 L 5-7 W 4-2 L 7-8 W 10-6 W 3-2 W 6-2 L 4-5 W 12-2 L 2-4 L 5-14


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2004 22-16 Overall (9-13 GPAC) Date Opponent Feb 28 York College Feb 28 York College Mar 10 York College Mar 10 York College Mar 12 Buena Vista University Mar 12 Buena Vista University Mar 17 Peru State College Mar 17 Peru State College Mar 21 Carleton University Mar 21 Carleton University Mar 22 Huston- Tillotson University Mar 22 Huston- Tillotson University Mar 24 Carleton University Mar 24 Trinity University Mar 30 Mount Marty College Mar 30 Mount Marty College Apr 02 Dordt College Apr 02 Dordt College Apr 03 Northwestern College Apr 03 Northwestern College Apr 08 Dana College Apr 08 Dana College Apr 10 Midland Lutheran College Apr 10 Midland Lutheran College Apr 14 Johnson & Wales University Apr 14 Johnson & Wales University Apr 17 Morningside College Apr 17 Morningside College Apr 18 Concordia University Apr 18 Concordia University Apr 25 Briar Cliff University Apr 25 Briar Cliff University Apr 26 University of Sioux Falls Apr 26 University of Sioux Falls Apr 29 Hastings College Apr 29 Hastings College May 01 Nebraska Wesleyan University May 01 Nebraska Wesleyan University

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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2005 19-19 Overall (10-14 GPAC) Date Opponent Feb 23 Peru State College Feb 23 Peru State College Mar 02 Peru State College Mar 02 Peru State College Mar 06 Buena Vista University Mar 06 Buena Vista University Mar 12 Colorado School of Mines Mar 12 Colorado School of Mines Mar 15 York College Mar 15 York College Mar 20 Carleton College Mar 22 Trinity University Mar 23 Carleton College Mar 23 Carleton College Mar 26 Northwestern College Mar 26 Northwestern College Mar 28 Dordt College Mar 28 Dordt College Apr 02 Dakota Wesleyan University Apr 02 Dakota Wesleyan University Apr 03 Mount Marty College Apr 03 Mount Marty College Apr 09 Midland Lutheran College Apr 09 Midland Lutheran College Apr 13 Dana College Apr 13 Dana College Apr 16 Concordia University Apr 16 Concordia University Apr 17 Morningside College Apr 17 Morningside College Apr 23 Briar Cliff University Apr 23 Briar Cliff University Apr 24 University of Sioux Falls Apr 24 University of Sioux Falls Apr 30 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 30 Nebraska Wesleyan University May 01 Hastings College May 01 Hastings College

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W/L W W L W W L W L W L W L W W W L W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L W W W W W L

Score 5-1 8-2 4-11 14-1 15-11 10-14 7-5 9-10 8-7 5-9 7-6 6-12 17-10 13-8 5-0 1-3 13-5 15-5 3-12 10-15 1-3 3-7 1-9 2-3 7-4 6-4 0-6 3-9 4-7 3-10 9-11 8-15 7-3 6-5 2-1 8-5 10-0 4-9


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 6-29 Overall (1-18 GPAC) Date Opponent Feb 28 Benedictine College Feb 28 Benedictine College Mar 03 Colorado Christian University Mar 03 Colorado Christian University Mar 04 Colorado Christian University Mar 04 Colorado Christian University Mar 05 Buena Vista University Mar 05 Buena Vista University Mar 14 York College Mar 14 York College Mar 18 Carleton College Mar 20 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 20 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 21 Carleton College Mar 23 Carleton College Mar 23 Trinity University Apr 04 Dordt College Apr 04 Dordt College Apr 08 Dana College Apr 08 Dana College Apr 09 Midland Lutheran College Apr 09 Midland Lutheran College Apr 13 Concordia University Apr 13 Concordia University Apr 14 Morningside College Apr 14 Morningside College Apr 18 University of Sioux Falls Apr 18 University of Sioux Falls Apr 22 Northwestern College Apr 22 Northwestern College Apr 23 Briar Cliff University Apr 23 Briar Cliff University Apr 30 Hastings College Apr 30 Hastings College May 01 Nebraska Wesleyan University May 01 Nebraska Wesleyan University

W/L Score L 0-10 L 3-14 L 2-3 W 6-0 L 12-19 L 3-7 W 11-6 W 5-3 L 1-14 L 2-17 L 1-11 W 8-6 L 1-3 W 13-4 L 7-11 L 0-20 W 5-3 L 2-5 L 0-6 L 4-11 L 7-12 L 1-7 L 0-6 L 6-8 L 8-9 L 3-14 L 1-3 L 3-10 L 6-11 L 4-6 L 7-12 L 0-10 L 0-10 L 3-10 L 2-10 gm 2 not played

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2007 9-24 Overall (6-16 GPAC) Date Opponent Feb 23 Colorado Christian University Feb 23 Colorado Christian University Mar 13 Bethany College Mar 13 Bethany College Mar 15 Peru State College Mar 17 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 17 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 19 Huston-Tillotson University Mar 19 Concordia University (TX) Mar 21 Trinity University Mar 21 Trinity University Mar 23 Dordt College Mar 23 Dordt College Mar 26 Northwestern College Mar 26 Northwestern College Apr 02 Dakota Wesleyan University Apr 02 Dakota Wesleyan University Apr 06 Midland Lutheran College Apr 06 Midland Lutheran College Apr 07 Dana College Apr 07 Dana College Apr 14 Concordia University Apr 14 Concordia University Apr 15 Morningside College Apr 15 Morningside College Apr 20 University of Sioux Falls Apr 20 University of Sioux Falls Apr 21 Briar Cliff University Apr 21 Briar Cliff University Apr 27 Hastings College Apr 27 Hastings College Apr 28 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 28 Nebraska Wesleyan University

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2008 22-28 (11-13 GPAC) Date Opponent Feb 09 William Woods University Feb 09 William Woods University Feb 23 Colorado Christian University Feb 23 Colorado Christian University Feb 24 Colorado Christian University Feb 24 Colorado Christian University Mar 01 University of St. Mary Mar 01 University of St. Mary Mar 02 University of St. Mary Mar 09 Valley City State University Mar 09 Valley City State University Mar 12 Waldorf College Mar 12 Waldorf College Mar 14 North Park University Mar 15 Midland Lutheran College Mar 15 Midland Lutheran College Mar 17 Dakota State University Mar 17 Dana College Mar 18 Dana College Mar 21 Dakota Wesleyan University Mar 21 Dakota Wesleyan University Mar 22 Mount Marty College Mar 22 Mount Marty College Mar 28 Dordt College Mar 28 Dordt College Mar 29 Northwestern College Mar 29 Northwestern College Apr 01 Air Force Academy Apr 02 Air Force Academy Apr 05 Dana College Apr 05 Dana College Apr 06 Midland Lutheran College Apr 06 Midland Lutheran College Apr 09 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 14 Concordia University Apr 14 Concordia University Apr 15 Morningside College Apr 15 Morningside College Apr 16 Dakota State University Apr 16 Dakota State University Apr 18 University of Sioux Falls Apr 18 University of Sioux Falls Apr 20 Briar Cliff University Apr 20 Briar Cliff University Apr 22 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 25 Hastings College Apr 25 Hastings College Apr 26 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 26 Nebraska Wesleyan University Apr 28 Manhattan Christian College

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Score 1-11 0-10 5-13 4-12 8-18 2-4 7-9 4-2 4-16 10-4 3-6 8-12 5-4 2-6 13-0 17-15 3-4 15-8 12-3 4-19 6-5 6-4 2-0 4-1 4-7 2-4 5-8 11-1 13-37 1-4 3-4 7-4 5-3 4-6 6-5 3-5 0-13 7-6 12-2 6-11 0-1 2-7 8-6 2-7 12-7 11-0 1-11 10-9 4-9 9-2

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DOANE ATHLETIC HALL-OF-FAME

1996 *Raymond M. Alf ’28, track Steven C. Bartek ’84, basketball Raymond E. Best ’61, football coach Fred E. Davis ’69, football, track *James L. Dutcher ’40, basketball, track *Leslie B. Grant ’69, basketball Larry D. Green ’70, baseball, football *Ward H. Haylett ’26, football, baseball, basketball, track *Thomas J. Kuzelka ’30, football, track Elizabeth J. Nienkamp Mason ’86, basketball, volleyball, softball *J. Edward Pallett ’30, football Elvin “Al” Papik ’50, football, football coach Clinton A. Skinner ’63, track 1997 John S. Green ’73, football, track Craig S. Koinzan ’70, football *Donald Kristufek ’38, basketball, tennis, track William R. Lovercheck ’59, football, track Mario F. Peart ’75, basketball Michael W. Sallier 71, football, track 1998 Fred M. Beile, track and cross country coach *Robert K. Erickson ’57, basketball, basketball coach Alan B. Gissler ’71, basketball Amy Baker Halsey ’89, track Gregg A. Larson ’87, track 1999 Anita Salsman Burge ’78, volleyball, basketball, track *Rex R. Grossart ’50, football, basketball, track Dennis D. Nelsen ’66, basketball, track Michael W. Ulmer ’77, football, track Dean T. White ’63, cross country, track 2000 Wayne B. Weber ’44, track, football Kenneth C. Kasparek ’53, football, track Dennis P. Dondlinger ’66, basketball, cross country, track Ed R. Fye ’82, track, football Connie Hugen Rous ’88, track 2001 *Lane Boutwell ’36, track, football Kenneth L. Barth ’51, football, track, swimming John R. Lothrop ’68, football Rick A. Cotton ’79, track Darren Harsin ’83, track, cross country Meredith A. Nienkamp ’90, volleyball, basketball, softball

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The Athletic Hall of Fame honors and preserves the memory of athletes, teams and coaches at Doane College.


DOANE ATHLETIC HALL-OF-FAME 2002 *Wilson P. Belka ’41, basketball, football Myron A. Jasnoch ’58, football, track Donald L. Vyhnalek ’58, basketball, track Dr. Glenn E. Mitchell ’70, football, track Regan ten Bensel Harsin ’86, cross country, track Trudi Veerhusen Nolin ’91, basketball 2003 Les Rozdalovsky ’46, football, track Peter E. Sura ’66, cross country, track Paul M. Schelstraete ’70, football Kathleen L. Holbrook ’83, volleyball, basketball Lori Stueckrath Asher ’89, volleyball 2004 Buford M. Grosscup ’43, football, basketball, golf, track Gib R. Eggen ’51, football, basketball, track *Richard Konicek ’52, track Mary Lou Jasnoch ’79, track 2005 *Lavern J. Fitzgibbon ’36, football, basketball, track Harland D. Ramsey ’60, football, track Kathy Waggoner Schnacker ’89, cross country, track Merri Kaye Bell Bradley ’92, basketball 2006 Leonard A. Gerner ‘46, track Marty D. Fye ‘83, track Catherine Russell Garey ‘93, volleyball Heather A. Rhoadarmer ‘95, track 2007 Raphael F. Chrastil ‘74, football *Frank J. Kobes, Jr. ‘36, football, basketball, track Cindy Peterson Williams ‘92, volleyball, basketball Gene A. Velloff ‘62, basketball 2008 John D. Baumann ‘90, football, track Mari Maaske ‘96, basketball Fran H. Schwenk, football David Symonsbergen ‘93, cross country, track 2009 Gene Steinmeyer, women’s basketball coach Suzanne Weeder Einsphar ‘94, cross country, track 2010 Kevin Hunt ‘71, football Brian Hoffman ‘87, basketball * deceased

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DOANE HONOR D AWARD The award is presented annually to former Doane athletes who have distinguished themselves through outstanding service in their lifelong work. Recipients of the Honor D Award since its inception include (odd years in bold): 1958: *Raymond M. Alf (‘28), *Donald Kristufek (‘38) 1959: *Earl Johnson (‘08) 1960: *James L. Dutcher (‘40) 1961: *J.E. “Ed” Pallett (‘30) 1962: *Glen W. Buck (‘23) 1963: *C. Earl Fuhrer (‘06) 1964: *Roger M. Howard (‘38) 1965: *Walter P. Lauritsen (‘30) 1966: G. Sam Bell (‘50) 1967: *Frank J. Kobes, Jr. (‘36) 1968: *John W. Fuhrer (‘06) 1969: *Ward H. Haylett (‘26) 1970: *Paul M. Parker (‘32) 1971: *George W. Bailey (‘40) 1972: *Thomas J. Kuzelka (‘30) 1973: *Joe J. Sukovaty (‘23) 1974: *Keith D. Gilliland (‘43) 1975: *Lavern J. Fitzgibbon (‘36) 1976: Elvin “Al” Papik (‘50) 1977: *George W. Clark (‘38) 1978: *Homer W. Gausman (‘25) 1979: Robert K. Erickson (‘57)

Raymond M. Alf (‘28) Honor D Class of 1958

1980: *Rex R. Grossart (‘50) 1981: *L. Lane Boutwell (‘36) 1982: *Charles H. LeBar (‘23) 1983: *Harry F. Kersenbrock (‘30) , *Paul D. Kresenbrock (‘63) *George V. Kresenbrock (‘33), 1984: Sharon L. Wilch (‘59) 1985: Lester W. Rozdalovsky (‘46) 1986: Raymond E. Best (‘61), *C.L. “Red” Grovert (‘31) 1987: *Francis L. Richards (‘32), Dean T. White (‘63) 1988: Larry H. Andrews (‘65), Ronald James (‘72) 1989: Fred E. Davis (‘69), Paul Schelstraete (‘70) 1990: John S. Green (‘73), John R. Lothrop (‘68) 1991: Kenneth C. Kasparek (‘53), *Clarence J. Kubicek (‘27) Donald L. Vyhnalek 1992: Kenneth L. Barth (‘51), Myron A. “Bud” Jasnoch (‘58) Clinton A. Skinner (‘63) 1993: Anita Salsman Burge (‘78), Gilbert R. “Gib” Eggen (‘51) 1994: *Leslie B. “Les” Grant (‘69), *Robert C. “Bob” Provorse (‘52) 1995: R. Frederick Miles (‘65), Harland D. Ramsey (‘60) Michael W. Ulmer (‘77) 1996: Glenn E. Mitchell (‘70)

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DOANE HONOR D AWARD 1997: Joseph A. Chapman (‘52), Cary Micek Cromwell (‘82) Lynnette Cattau Wagner (‘81) 1998: *Lowell E. Dodd (‘52), Richard S. Held (‘70), *Madison B. Huffman (‘36), Peter E. Sura (‘66) 1999: Richard R. Konicek (‘52), Allen M. Krissman (‘62) Connie S. Micek (‘81), Thomas B. Songster (‘62) 2000: *Alyce Hokuf Collett (‘36), Buford M. Grosscup (‘43) Dr. Bruce G. Sheffield (‘69), Mark A. Christensen (‘81) 2001: *George W. Huber (‘37), Gerald D. Troester (‘53) Laurie A. Glass (‘78) 2002: Rueben H. Schleifer (‘43), Daniel A. Teser (‘66) Dr. Terry J. Housh (‘77) 2003: *Gene Else (‘47), Thomas L. Hood (‘71) Barbara J. Fugate (‘80) 2004: Richard C. “Rick” Gibson (‘57), Dr. Stephen C. Joel (‘76) Dena Gosch Bartlett (‘88) 2005: *Robert L. Wissel (‘51), David K. Newmyer (‘75) Melissa Lehmann Wheelock (‘90) 2006: *Donald K. Erickson (‘51), Kim Crider Mittelstadt (‘90) Burrell S. Williams (‘71) 2007: Fred D. Brown (‘59), Harold W. Clarke (‘74) 2008: Hugh T. Morrison (‘49), Kevin L. Henning (‘83) Liz Resmondo Henning (‘85) 2009: Larry J. Mollring (‘68), Kent B. Mann (‘75), Roger Hughes (‘82) *deceased

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