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CONTENTS 03

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Big Blue Coaching Staff

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Looking at 2010

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2010 Preseason Roster

06-09

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Returning Letterwinners

09-10

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Returners & Newcomers

11-12

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2010 In Review

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Baseball Record Book

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CCIW History

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2009 CCIW Standings

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CCIW Series Records

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2011 Schedule

QUICK FACTS Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Decatur, Illinois Founded/Opened

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1901/1903

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Appx. 2,300 Nickname Colors

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Big Blue

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Royal Blue and White

Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division III Conference

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Illinois and Wisconsin

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Josh Manning Assistant Coach

. . . . . . . . . . .Matt Beiler, Chris Gregory, Zach Charbonneau, Stefen Edwards, Ethan Seibers

Baseball Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .217-424-3608 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 2010 Record

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2010 CCIW Finish

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7th (5-16)

Sports Information Director Sports Information Phone Athletic Department Fax

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bryan Marshall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .217-362-6429

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BASEBALL MAGAZINE CREDITS The Baseball Magazine was prepared by Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information Bryan Marshall. Action photography - Kevin Krows On the Cover

- Peter Bonner

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 2


BIG BLUE COACHING STAFF Head Coach Josh Manning E-mail: jmanning@millikin.edu Office phone: 217.424.3608 Josh Manning is in his 10th season at the helm of the Big Blue baseball program. Manning was hired as Millikin’s head baseball coach in November 2001 after a three-year stint as an assistant coach at MacMurray. A 1998 graduate of MacMurray College with a degree in history/secondary education, Manning is currently working on his master's degree in communications at the University of IllinoisSpringfield. While a student athlete at MacMurray, the Highlanders finished 24th in the nation during his senior season in 1997. The team was undefeated in both conference tournament and league games. In that season, Manning also earned All-Central Region second team honors. Before joining the MacMurray baseball team, Manning played for two years at Kaskaskia Community College in Centralia. During his sophomore season at Kaskaskia, Manning was selected to pitch in the region all-star game. Manning served as an assistant coach at MacMurray from August 1998 to May 2001 and was a student assistant during the 1997-98 academic year. He has also been a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association since 1999. Assistant Coach Matt Beiler After earning four varsity letters in baseball for Millikin, Matt Beiler joins the Big Blue coaching staff in 2011 to work with the hitters and infielders.

Assistant Coach Chris Gregory After wrapping up his pitching career with Millikin, Chris Gregory joins the coaching staff to work with the Big Blue pitchers and work on recruiting.

Assistant Coach Zach Charbonneau Zach Charbonneau joins the Millikin coaching staff to work the the Big Blue hitters and to assist in recruiting.

Assistant Coach Stefen Edwards Two-time all-conference outfielder, Stefen Edwards has been added to the Millikin staff this season to coach base running and outfield.

Student Assistant Coach Ethan Seibers Ethan Seibers will be assisting in facets of the program on the field and administratively.

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 3


LOOKING AT

2011

Millikin Head Baseball Coach Josh Manning believes the Big Blue will be improved in 2011 and ready to move up in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin standings. Millikin has a strong group of returners, a couple of key transfers, a solid crop of freshman and a deeper pitching staff, which should all equal more victories for the Big Blue this season. The strength of the Millikin returners can be found on the infield where the Big Blue return all four starters from last season.

Heading the group is senior Mike Maziarz who

started all 40 games last season for the Big Blue splitting time between first and third base.

Maziarz hit .387 with 14

doubles, two triples, four homeruns and 31 RBI. The double play combo of shortstop Andrew Agee and Theo Facer are back for Millikin in 2011 as well.

Agee has started 70 games at

shortstop for the Big Blue over the last two seasons hitting .274 last season. .273.

Facer started at second base in 39 game last season hitting

Senior Sean Ryan also returns after seeing significant time at

third base last season.

Millikin has several infielders Manning believes

have the talent to push the returners for playing time.

That group

includes senior Josh Lusch, junior Kevin Campbell and freshman Joe Palazzolo and Adam Shook. Manning believes the 2011 edition of the Big Blue pitching staff will be improved after losing only two pitchers from last year.

In addition to

the solid group of returners, Manning believes he has at least seven additional hurlers that will provide quality innings on the mound for the Big Blue in 2011.

Josh Schultz will head up the staff after making 13

appearances and nine starts last season.

Other returners that saw

significant time on the mound last year include Logan Bolton (four saves), Peter Bonner, Adam Maletich, Tyler Smith, Tim Parcel and Kevin Stocks. Millikin’s improved depth on the mound will come from two familiar faces and a group of talented freshman.

Junior Rich Kaczynski is throwing the ball very well in preseason workouts after being

limited to five appearances last season.

Second year player Shawn Stone is ready for 2011 after not being able to compete last

season.

Manning is expecting big things from freshman Max Couch, Ryan Gesell, Nick Kennedy, Joe Pratt and John Steele.

While Manning is faced with rebuilding the Millikin outfield after the gradation of two all conference performers, he believes a talented trio of newcomers will provide significant contributions to the Big Blue. the Big Blue outfielder.

Two transfer student-athletes should see time in

David Peters joins the Big Blue after a solid career at Lake Land Community College and Dan Weber

comes to Millikin after a season at Forest Park Community College.

Andrew Hendrian could also be a major force in the Millikin

outfielder this season after earning all state honors last year as a high school senior.

Hendrian spent last season at Southeast

Missouri State. Logan Bolton, Jim Pannozzo and Jonathan Haley are in the mix for time behind the plate. games last season with six starts.

Pannozzo played in seven varsity

Haley is ready to stake his claim for playing time after an injury forced him out of action last

season. Several other players could make contributions for the Big Blue this season including two-time letter winning senior outfielder Warren Beals, junior letter winner infielder Matt Rupar, sophomore letter winner Matt Herek and junior outfielder Chad Wolpert. Wolpert returns to the diamond this season after sitting out last year to concentrate on his duties on the Millikin football team. Freshman Jared Dosien is ready to stake his claim to playing time in the Big Blue outfield. Pitchers Jeff Luscak, Mike Pannozzo and Raul Frausto will be completing for spots on the pitching staff.

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 4


2011 No.

ROSTER

Name

Pos.

B/T

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

Hometown/High School

Andrew Agee**

INF

R/R

5-6

150

Jr.

Maroa, Ill./Maroa-Forsyth

Warren Beals**

OF

R/R

5-7

170

Sr.

Stewardson, Ill./Stewardson-Strasburg

Logan Bolton*

INF/C

R/R

5-11

170

So.

Salem, Ill./Salem

Peter Bonner*

1B

R/R

6-4

200

Jr.

Lombard, Ill./Willowbrook

Kevin Campbell*

INF

R/R

5-9

155

Jr.

Joliet, Ill./Joliet Catholic

Max Couch

P

R/R

5-10

160

Fr.

Bolingbrook, Ill./Joliet Catholic

Jared Dosien

OF

R/R

5-9

170

Fr.

Mattoon, Ill./Mattoon

Theo Facer*

INF

R/R

6-0

195

So.

Urbana, Ill./Urbana

Raul Frausto

P/OF

R/L

5-8

162

Fr.

Chicago, Ill./Curie Metro

Ryan Gesell

P/UTL

R/R

6-1

160

Fr.

Farina, Ill./South Central

Jonathan Haley

C

R/R

5-8

180

Fr.

Hoopeston, Ill./Hoopeston

Andrew Hendrian

OF

L/R

5-9

170

Fr.

Decatur, Ill./Meridian

Matt Herek*

INF

R/R

6-1

170

So.

Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington

Rich Kaczynski*

RHP

R/R

5-10

165

Jr.

Chicago, Ill./De La Salle

Nick Kennedy

RHP

R/R

5-11

150

Fr.

Taylorville, Ill./Taylorville

Jeff Luscak

RHP

R/R

6-7

205

So.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton North

Josh Lusch*

INF

R/R

6-3

245

Sr.

Salem, Ill./McKendree

Adam Maletich*

RHP

R/R

6-4

170

Jr.

Springfield, Ill./Lutheran

Mike Maziarz*

INF

R/R

6-2

215

Sr.

Pana, Ill./Pana/Lincoln Land

Jim Pannozzo*

C

R/R

5-11

200

So.

Tinley Park, Ill./Marian Cath.

Mike Pannozzo

LHP

L/S

5-11

165

Fr.

Tinley Park, Ill./Marian Cath.

Joe Palazzolo

INF

R/R

5-7

175

So.

Urbana, Ill./Quincy University

Tim Parcel*

RHP

R/R

5-8

140

So.

Bartlett, Ill./Bartlett

David Peters

OF

L/L

5-9

190

Jr.

Decatur, Ill./Lake Land

Joe Pratt

P/OF

L/L

6-0

185

Fr.

Catlin, Ill./Salt Fork

Matthew Rupar*

INF

R/R

5-10

220

Jr.

Alsip, Ill./Dwight Eisenhower

Sean Ryan**

INF

R/R

5-10

160

Sr.

Chicago, Ill./De La Salle

Josh Schultz*

P/OF

R/R

6-2

180

Jr.

Mt. Zion, Ill./Mt. Zion

Adam Shook

INF

R/R

5-10

170

Fr.

Tyler Smith*

RHP

R/R

6-5

185

So.

John Steele

P/INF

R/R

5-9

145

Fr

Kevin Stocks*

LHP

L/L

5-9

145

So.

Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington

Shawn Stone

RHP

R/R

6-1

195

Fr.

Anna, Ill./Anna-Jonesboro

Dan Weber

OF

R/R

6-1

180

So.

Chad Wolpert*

OF

R/R

5-10

170

Jr.

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 5

Mattoon, Ill./Mattoon Johnston City, Ill./Vienna Chicago, Ill./Argo

St. Louis, Mo./Forest Park Decatur, Ill./Sangamon Valley


RETURNING LETTER WINNERS Andrew Agee, Junior

Peter Bonner, Junior

Infielder

First base/Pitcher

Two varsity letters

One varsity letter

Maroa, Illinois

Lombard, Illinois

Maroa-Forsyth H.S.

Willowbrook H.S.

2010:

2010:

Started 39 games at

shortstop batting .274with 15 runs batted in. 2009:

Started at shortshop in all 31

drove in six runs…On the mound appeared in 13

games…Batted .188 with 12 RBI.

games going 1-3.

Fitness and Sport major

Athletic Training major

Warren Beals, Senior

Kevin Campbell, Junior

utfielder

Infielder

Two varsity letters

One varsity letter

Stewardson, Illinois

Joliet, Illinois

Stewardson-Strasburg H.S.

Joliet Catholic H.S.

2010:

2010:

Played in 19 games with 11

Played in 12 games with five

starts batting .217.

starts…Batted .238 with 11 RBI. 2009:

Hit .342 (13-38) in limited

action…Hit three homeruns and

Played in seven games with five

starts…Batted .350 (7-20) with seven RBI and one

Physical Education major

homerun.

Finance and Business Management double major

Logan Bolton, Sophomore

Theo Facer, Sophomore

Infielder/Catcher/Pitcher

Infielder

One varsity letter

One varsity letter

Salem, Illinois

Urbana, Illinois

Salem H.S.

Urbana H.S.

2010:

2010:

Played in 30 games batting

second base…Batted .273 with

.237 with 13 RBI…Appeared in 12 games as a pitcher including six starts…Record four

Started 39 games mainly at

nine doubles, three homeruns and 26 RBI.

saves. Sociology major Nursing major

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RETURNING LETTER WINNERS Matt Herek, Sophomore

Adam Maletich, Junior

Outfielder

Pitcher

One varsity letter

One varsity letter

Bloomington, Illinois

Springfield, Illinois

Bloomington H.S.

Springfield Lutheran H.S.

2010:

2010:

Appeared in six games as a

pinch runner and defensive

Appeared in 10 games with

five starts with a 1-4 record.

replacement. Music Business major Finance major

2010 CCIW Academic All-Conference

Rich Kaczynski, Junior

Mike Maziarz, Senior

Pitcher

Infielder

Two varsity letters

One varsity letter

Chicago, Illinois

Pana, Illinois

De LaSalle H.S.

Pana H.S. (Lincoln Land CC)

2010:

2010:

Made four varsity

splitting time between first and third

appearances with one start. 2009:

Made 10 appearances with 5 starts going 1-4

on the season.

Started all 40 games

Pitched 22 innings on the season.

base…Hit .387 with 14 doubles, two triples, four homeruns and 31 RBI…Had a .980 fielding percentage committing only six errors in 304 chances.

Finance major 2009 Spring CCIW Academic All-Conference

Business Management major 2010 CCIW Academic All-Conference

Josh Lusch, Senior

Jim Pannozzo, Sophomore

Infielder

Catcher

One varsity letter

One varsity letter

Salem, Illinois

Tinley Park, Illinois

McKendree University

Marian Catholic H.S.

2010:

2010:

Played in 16 games with 15

Played in seven varsity

games with six starts.

starts…Batted .214 with seven RBI.

Accounting major Physical Education major

2010 CCIW Academic All-Conference

2010 CCIW Academic All-Conference

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 7


RETURNING LETTER WINNERS Tim Parcel, Sophomore

Josh Schultz, Junior

Pitcher

Outfielder/Pitcher

One varsity letter

One varsity letter

Bartlett, Illinois

Mt. Zion, Illinois

Bartlett H.S.

Mt. Zion H.S.

2010:

Appeared in five games

2010:

with a 1-0 record.

Hit .231 with nine RBI in 21

games‌Pitched in 13 games with nine starts going 2-6.

Communication major Sociology major

Matthew Rupar, Junior

Tyler Smith, Junior

Infielder

Pitcher

One varsity letter

One varsity letter

Alsip, Illinois

Johnston City, Illinois

Dwight Eisenhower H.S.

Vienna H.S.

2010:

2010:

Played in five games last

Pitched in 12 games.

year as a pitcher going 0-1. Fitness and Sport-Sports Management major Philosophy major

Sean Ryan, Senior

Kevin Stocks, Sophomore

Infielder

Pitcher

Two varsity letters

One varsity letter

Chicago, Illinois

Bloomington, Illinois

De LaSalle H.S.

Bloomington H.S.

2010:

2010:

Played in 37 games with 33

appearances including six starts.

starts‌Hit .260 with 16 RBI. 2009:

Had a 2-2 record in 10

Appeared in 4 games. Finance major

Fitness and Sport-Sports Management major

2010 CCIW Academic All-Conference

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 8


RETURNING LETTER WINNERS Chad Wolpert, Junior Outfielder One varsity letter Decatur, Illinois Sangamon Valley H.S. 2010:

Did not play.

2009:

Played

in eight games with one start. Two year letter winner for Big Blue football team.

Business major

2011

RETURNERS

&

NEWCOMERS

Max Couch, Freshman

Ryan Gesell, Freshman

Pitcher

Pitcher, Utility

Bolingbrook, Illinois

Farina, Illinois

Joliet Catholic H.S.

South Central H.S.

Social Science (Sec. Ed.) major

Biology (Pre-Chiropratic) major

Jared Dosien, Freshman

Jonathan Haley, Freshman

Outfielder

Catcher

Mattoon, Illinois

Hoopeston, Illinois

Mattoon H.S.

Hoopeston H.S.

Business Management major

Raul Frausto, Freshman

Physical Education major

Andrew Hendrian, Freshman

Pitcher/Outfielder

Outfielder

Chicago, Illinois

Decatur, Illinois

Curie Metro H.S.

Meridian H.S.

Fitness & Sport-Sports

Business Management major

Management major

2011 Big Blue Baseball - 9


2011

RETURNERS

&

NEWCOMERS

Nick Kennedy, Freshman

Joe Pratt, Freshman

Pitcher

Outfielder/Pitcher

Taylorville, Ilinois

Catlin, Illinois

Taylorville H.S.

Salt Fork H.S.

Biology (Pre-Med) major

Fitness & Sport-Sports Management major

Jeff Luscak, Sophomore

Adam Shook, Freshman

Pitcher

Infielder

Wheaton, Illinois

Mattoon, Illinois

Wheaton North H.S.

Mattoon H.S.

Fitness & Sport-Sports

Biology major

Management major

Mike Pannozzo, Freshman

John Steele, Freshman

Pitcher

Pitcher/Infielder

Tinley Park, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Marian Catholic H.S.

Argo Community H.S.

Physical Education major

Physical Education major

Joe Palazzolo, Sophomore Infielder

Shawn Stone, Freshman Pitcher

Urbana, Illinois

Anna, Illinois

H.S. of St. Thomas More\Quincy University

Anna-Jonesboro H.S. Physical Education\Sports

Fitness & Sport-Sports

Management major

Management major

David Peters, Junior

Dan Weber, Sophomore

Outfielder

Outfielder

Decatur, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

St. Teresa H.S./Lake Land CC Fitness and Sport major

Forest Park C.C. Marketing major

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BASEBALL RECORD BOOK Most Innings Pitched

Individual Offensive Records

Game: 13, Al "Boots" Budde vs. Lake Forest, 1941

Most Games Played

Season: 84.1, Ken Schroeder, 1950

Season: 41, Bob Swartz, Justin Olson, 1997

Career: 240.1, Brian Schnurstein, 2000-03 (39 games)

Career: 149, Eric Law (2004-07)

Most Strikeouts

Highest Batting Average Season: .492 (31-63), Larry Rule, 1960 (min. 30/60)

Game: 17, Larry Schultz, 1962 (7 innings)

Career: .410 (77-188), Larry Rule, 1960-62 (min. 40/160)

Season: 96, Larry Schultz, 1962 (65 innings) Career: 260, Al "Boots" Budde, 1941-42, 46-47

Most At-Bats

Consecutive Scoreless Innings

Season: 154, Kyle Kmiecik, 2003 (38 games)

Season: 38+, Al "Boots" Budde, 1947

Career: 541, Eric Law, 2004-07 (149 games)

Career: 60, Al "Boots" Budde, 1946-47

Most Runs Game: 5, Darrell Johnson and Rich Czerw vs. Principia, 3-4-99 Season: 55, David Travis, 2003 (40 games)

Team Records

Career: 159, Matt Eichhorn, 2000-03 (144 games)

Victories

Most Hits

Season: 25, 2003 (25-15)

Game: 5, Tony McClain vs. Augustana, 4-28-92; Steve Danko vs.

Consecutive, Season: 11, 1946

Carroll, 1997; Matt Eichhorn vs. North Central, 2002;

Consecutive, Overall: 16, 1946-47

Matt Wyatt vs. Elmhurst, 4-4-04

Most Losses

Season: 59, Blaise Sylvester, 2010 (40 games)

Season: 29, 1999, 2010

Career: 187, Trevis Beer, 2000-03 (146 games)

Consecutive, Season: 18, 1978

Most Doubles

Consecutive, Overall: 19, 1977-78

Game: 4, Larry Rule vs. Elmhurst, 5-2-60;

Most One-Run Games

Todd Barber vs. North Park, 4-18-04

Season: 14, 1988 (5-9 in those games)

Season: 20, Trevis Beer, 2003 (39 games)

Most At-Bats

Career: 48, Trevis Beer, 2000-03 (146 games)

Game: 50 vs. Principia (7 innings), 3-4-99

Most Triples

Game: 51 vs. Illinois College (10 innings, 4-22-08)

Game: 2, Mike Overlot vs. MacMurray, 1980; Tim Teegarden vs.

Season: 1,352 (40 games), 2003

MacMurray, 1982; Matt Eichhorn vs. Eureka, 5/2/02;

Most Hits

Kyle Kmeicik vs. Fredonia State, 3/18/03

Game (9 innings): 26 vs. New England College, 3/20/03

Season: 5, Stu Arnold, 1975 (24 games)

Game (8 innings): 23 vs. Augustana, 4-28-92

Career: 15, Stu Arnold, 1974-77 (108 games)

Game (7 innings): 25 vs. Principia, 3-4-99

Most Home Runs

Season: 470, 2003 (40 games)

Game: 3, Kyle Kmeicik vs. Knox, 4/2/03

Most Hits Allowed

Season: 11, Kyle Kmiecik, 2002 (36 games); David Travis, 2003

Game: 26 by Southeast Mo. State, 1982

(40 games)

Season: 400, 2000 (40 games)

Career: 27, Trevis Beer, 2000-03

Most Runs

Most Runs Batted In

Inning: 16 vs. Principia, 3-4-99

Game: 8 (three times), most recently David Travis vs. Knox, 4/2/03; Todd Barber vs. New England College, 3/20/03

Season: 380, 2003 (40 games)

Season: 55, David Travis, 2003 (40 games)

Most Runs Allowed

Career: 151, Trevis Beer, 2000-03 (146 games)

Game: 26 vs. MacMurray, 1986

Most Stolen Bases

Season: 296, 2000 (40 games)

Game: 3 (13 times) - most recently Tom Bastien vs. Elmhurst, (4/15/06); Bob Peck vs. Western Connecticut (3/21/06) Season: 24, Doug Kirhofer, 1976 (33 games) Career (min. 75 games): 43, Doug Kirhofer, 1974-77 (96 games) Career (min. 100 games): 45, Eric Law, 2004-07 (149 games) Consecutive: 41, Doug Kirhofer, 1974-77

Game: 35 vs. Principia (7 innings), 3-4-99

Most Doubles Game: 7 vs. North Central, 4-28-88; tied 4/18/06 vs. Hannibal-La Grange Season: 102, 2003 (40 games) Most Triples Game: 3 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1981; vs. Fredonia State, 3/18/03 Season: 15, 2003 (40 games) Most Home Runs

Individual Pitching Records Victories

Game: 5 (four times), most recently vs. New England College, 3/20/03; vs. Knox, 4/2/03; and vs. North Park, 4/12/03

Season: 10, Ken Schroeder, 1950 Career: 18, Marc Daniels, 1984-87 Earned Run Average (min. 25 innings pitched) Season: 0.59, Don Hess, 1951 (25.1 innings) Career: 2.65, Mike Rowland, 1972-75 (193 innings) Most Appearances Season: 17, Jeff Bonnett, 1984 Career: 44, Jim Wilson, 2006-09 Most Saves Season: 5, Jeff Bonnett, 1984 Career: 7, Jeff Bonnett, 1983-85 Most Losses Season: 7, Tim Janecke and Josh Manning, 1995; Bob Tolone, 1999 Career: 16, Steve York, 1976-79 Best Winning Percentage Season (min. 4 games): 1.000 (6-0), Al "Boots" Budde, 1946; 1.000 (4-0), Don Hess, 1951; 1.000 (6-0), Clete Hinton, 1956; 1.000 (5-0), Dick Williams, 1958 Career (min. 10 games): .800 (12-3), Dick Williams, 1958-60; .796 (11-3), Clete Hinton, 1953-56; .765 (13-4), Toby Johnson, 2002-05; .727 (16-6), Al "Boots" Budde, 1941-42, 46-47 Most Shutouts

Season: 53, 2003 (40 games) Most Runs Batted In Game: 32 vs. Principia, 3-4-99 Season: 347, 2003 (40 games) Batting Average, Season High: .348 (470-1132), 2003 (40 games) Low: .199 (137-690), 1976 Most Stolen Bases Game: 11 vs. Earlham, 3-18-90 Season: 102, 1990 (39 games) Most Times Hit By Pitch Game: 4 (3 times), most recently vs. Greenville, 3/5/05 Season: 40, 2006 (40 games) Most Runners Left On Base Game: 16 vs. Millsaps, 4-3-94; 16 vs. Blackburn, 3-12-07; 16 vs. Fontbonne, 4-30-08 Season: 333, 2003 (40 games) Most Shutouts, Season 5, 1996 (22 games) and 1975 (29 games) Most Opponents Struck Out Game: 17 vs. Lake Forest, 1962 (7 innings) Season: 233, 2002 (278.1 IP, 37 games) Lowest Earned-Run Average Season: 2.20, 1961 (17 games)

Season: 4, Al "Boots" Budde, 1947 Career: 7, Mike Rowland, 1972-75

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CCIW HISTORY

College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin History Entering its 65th season in 2010-11, the College Conference of Illinois

CCIW Facts

and Wisconsin (CCIW) enjoys a reputation as the “Best Small-College

CCIW Sports Information Director - Mike Krizman

Conference in the Nation.”

Phone: 630.637.5719

In NCAA Division III competition, CCIW

schools have accounted for 40 national championships,

CCIW Fax: 630.637.5694

including 13 in men’s cross country, six in men’s basketball, five in

CCIW Website: www.cciw.org

men’s outdoor track and field, four in football, three in women's soccer, two apiece in men’s soccer, men’s indoor track and field and

CCIW Members

women's outdoor track & field, and one apiece in women’s basketball,

Augustana College

baseball and women's indoor track and field.

Carthage College

Kenosha, Wisconsin

Elmhurst College

Elmhurst, Illinois

Illinois Wesleyan University

Bloomington, Illinois

Millikin University

Decatur, Illinois

North Central College

Naperville, Illinois

The conference was formed with nine charter members

(Augustana, Carthage, Elmhurst, Illinois College, Illinois Wesleyan, Lake Forest, Millikin, North Central and Wheaton) on April 26, 1946, in Jacksonville, Ill., and opened competition in the 1946-47 academic year as the College Conference of Illinois. In 1967, the name was changed to the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin, to recognize Carthage, which moved to Kenosha, Wis., in 1962 and Carroll,

Rock Island, Illinois

North Park University

Chicago, Illinois

Wheaton College

Wheaton, Illinois

which entered the conference in 1955. Carthage left the conference in 1952, but returned in 1961. The CCIW sponsors 21 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor track & field, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, volleyball and wrestling.

CCIW CHAMPIONS

1947

Millikin, Lake Forest

1969

Illinois Wesleyan

1991

North Central*

1948

Illinois Wesleyan

1970

Carthage, Illinois Wesleyan

1992

Carthage*

1949

Millikin, Illinois Wesleyan

1971

Carthage

1993

Carthage*

1950

Millikin

1972

Carthage

1994

North Central*

1951

Wheaton

1973

Carthage, North Central

1995

Carthage*

1952

Millikin, Illinois Wesleyan

1974

Augustana

1996

North Central*

1953

Lake Forest

1975

Millikin, Elmhurst

1997

Elmhurst*

1954

Illinois Wesleyan

1976

Elmhurst

1998

North Central*

1955

Millikin

1977

Illinois Wesleyan

1999

Augustana*

1956

Illinois Wesleyan

1978

Illinois Wesleyan

2000

Carthage*

1957

Illinois Wesleyan

1979

Elmhurst

2001

Illinois Wesleyan*

1958

Illinois Wesleyan

1980

Elmhurst

2002

Carthage*

1959

Illinois Wesleyan

1981

Elmhurst

2003

Carthage*

1960

Illinois Wesleyan

1982

Elmhurst

2004

Illinois Wesleyan

1961

Millikin

1983

North Park

2005

Illinois Wesleyan*

1962

Illinois Wesleyan

1984

North Central, North Park

2006

Carthage*

1963

Illinois Wesleyan

1985

North Central*

2007

Carthage*

1964

Millikin

1986

North Central*

2008

Illinois Wesleyan*

1965

Augustana

1987

North Park*

2009

Cathage*

1966

Carthage

1988

North Central*

2010

Illinois Wesleyan*

1967

Illinois Wesleyan

1989

Illinois Wesleyan*

1968

Augustana

1990

North Park* 2011 Big Blue Baseball - 14

* denotes CCIW Tournament Champion


2010

CCIW STANDINGS

&

INFO

Team Finishes

CCIW

Overall

Millikinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2010 All-CCIW Players

1. North Central

17-4

31-11

First Team:

2. North Park

15-7

28-15

3. Carthage

13-8

29-18

4.

12-9

31-21

5. Wheaton

Illinois Wesleyan

10-11

24-16

6. Augustana

8-13

25-15

7. Millikin

5-16

11-29

8. Elmhurst

4-17

9-30

Blaise Sylvester - Outfielder Second Team: Stefen Edwards - Outfielder

CCIW SERIES RECORDS Series Records

W

L

T

Millikin vs. Augustana College

60

95

0

Millikin vs. Carthage College

38

73

1

Millikin vs. Elmhurst College

56

54

0

Millikin vs. Illinois Wesleyan University

85

141

0

Millikin vs. North Central College

56

65

2

Millikin vs. North Park University

45

51

0

Millikin vs. Wheaton College

66

36

0

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2011

MILLIKIN BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Date:

Opponent:

Location

Time

March 8

Robert Morris (DH)

Decatur, IL

1 PM

March 9

Fontbonne University

Decatur, IL

1 PM

March 14

Plattsburgh State (DH)

Fort Myers, FL

12 PM

March 15

Wisconsin Lutheran (DH)

Fort Myers, FL

10 AM

March 16

Nichols (DH)

Fort Myers, FL

9 AM

March 17

Skidmore (DH)

Fort Myers, FL

9 AM

March 18

Lakeland (DH)

Fort Myers, FL

9 AM

March 22

Blackburn College

Decatur, IL

3 PM

March 30

Washington University

Decatur, IL

5 PM

March 31

Illinois College

Jacksonville, IL

3 PM

April 2

Illinois Wesleyan (DH)

Bloomington, IL

2 PM

April 3

llinois Wesleyan

Decatur, IL

1 PM

April 5

North Central (DH)

Naperville, IL

1 PM

April 9

North Park (DH)

Decatur, IL

1 PM

April 10

North Park

Decatur, IL

12 PM

April 13

North Central

Decatur, IL

1 PM

April 15

Wheaton College

Decatur, IL

3 PM

April 16

Wheaton College (DH)

Decatur, IL

12 PM

April 22

Elmhurst College (DH)

Elmhurst, IL

1 PM

April 23

Elmhurst College

Elmhurst, IL

12 PM

April 28

Washington University

St. Louis, MO

3 PM

April 30

Carthage College (DH)

Kenosha, WI

1 PM

May 1

Carthage College

Kenosha, WI

12 PM

May 4

Knox College (DH)

Decatur, IL

5 PM

May 7

Augustana (DH)

Decatur, IL

1 PM

May 8

Augustana

Decatur, IL

12 PM

Home games in bold

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