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Prior to the 2008 campaign, the stadium’s 1,000 permanent seats were erected and the Mountaineers played their entire home slate at the ballpark, posting a 13-11 mark at home. The squad capped their first full season at Smith Stadium with wins in eight of their final nine home contests of the season, including a three-game sweep of firstplace Furman in May. Construction wrapped up at the sparkling new baseball palace prior to the 2009 season, giving Appalachian State one of the nation’s finest collegiate baseball facilities for both players and fans. The new digs have proved to provide the Mountaineers with one of the nation’s top home-field advantages, as they are 103-43-1 (.704) all-time at the facility, including a a string of 19-straight wins from March 22, 2009-March 20, 2010 that was the nation’s longest home winning streak until it was snapped nearly a full year after it began. Appalachian was also a stellar 24-2 at home in 2012. Amenities of the $5 million ballpark include: • FIELDTURF PLAYING SURFACE which allows for the field to play the same no matter the conditions and for games to be played following weather that would leave most natural surfaces unplayable. • ONE OF THE NATION’S FINEST CLUBHOUSE FACILITIES which features: • a roomy players locker area with lockers and showers for 35 players, two flat-screen televisions and state-of-the art surround sound system. • coaches offices and locker room, each of which also include flat-screen televisions. • a full-service training room, complete with hydro-therapy station and flat-screen television. • a reception lounge for guests with leather furniture and flat-screen television. • INDOOR HITTING AND PITCHING FACILITY which includes two full batting cages and pitcher’s mounds and multiple individual hitting and pitching skills stations to allow for year-round training. • PERMANENT •

SEATING FOR 1,000 and grass seating to accommodate thousands more.

LIGHTS which introduced NIGHT BASEBALL to Appalachian State’s campus for the first time.

• PRESS BOX, parking level.

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Located behind the Broyhill Inn and Conference Center on the Appalachian State University campus, Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium has been the home of Appalachian State baseball since 2007. Construction on Smith Stadium began in fall of 2006 and was completed in three phases. The Beaver Field playing surface, along with team dugouts and the indoor hitting and pitching facility, were completed in the spring of 2007, allowing the Mountaineers to host 12 games at its new home that season — including a 6-1 victory over Gardner-Webb in the first contest ever played at the facility on April 10, 2007.

CONCESSIONS AND SOUVENIRS BUILDING that also doubles as a grand entrance to the stadium complex from the

DAKTRONICS SCOREBOARD AND MESSAGE CENTER AND STATE-OF-THE-ART CRESTRON SOUND SYSTEM to keep players and fans informed and entertained before, during and after the game. •

Aerial view of Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. Press box and concessions/souvenir stand building is in the foreground, followed going down the left-field line by the Beaver Clubhouse and Don and Pat Phillips Indoor Practice Facility.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Interview Guidelines: ALL STUDENT-ATHLETE INTERVIEWS MUST BE ARRANGED THROUGH ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR MIKE FLYNN!!! Studentathletes are instructed not to conduct interviews unless they are arranged through the Appalachian State sports information office. We ask the cooperation of the media in not phoning student-athletes or in any other way attempting to conduct an interview at times other than those arranged through the Appalachian State sports information office. Interviews will be scheduled at a time convenient for all parties.

Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium........................................................................... 1 Table of Contents, Media Information, GoASU.com/GoASU TV.......................................... 2 Quick Facts, Appalachian IMG Sports Network......................................................................... 3 Roster........................................................................................................................................................ 4 Season Preview................................................................................................................................. 5-6 Head Coach Billy Jones...................................................................................................................... 7 Assistant Coaches................................................................................................................................. 8 Meet the Mountaineers...............................................................................................................9-20 2012 Results.........................................................................................................................................21 2012 Statistics............................................................................................................................... 22-24 Year-by-Year Records, All-Time Head Coaches.........................................................................25 All-Time Results............................................................................................................................ 26-33 All-Time Series Versus Opponents................................................................................................34 Individual Records...................................................................................................................... 35-37 Team Records, Smith Stadium Records......................................................................................38 Honors and Awards, Retired Jerseys...........................................................................................39 Appalachian State and Major League Baseball.......................................................................40 Southern Conference........................................................................................................................41 Director of Athletics Charlie Cobb...............................................................................................42 Appalachian State University.................................................................................................. 43-50

Postgame Interviews: Postgame interviews will be conducted at field level. Media must make postgame interview requests to Mike Flynn in the press box before the end of the game. Check with visiting SID with regards to interview procedures for opposing teams. Game Coverage: Media wishing to cover Appalachian State baseball at Smith Stadium must contact Mike Flynn at least 24 hours prior to gametime or by 5 p.m. Thursday for weekend games to obtain proper credentials. Smith Stadium’s press box is equipped with a visiting radio booth and hard-wired and wireless internet in the main press area and radio booths. Photographers and videographers: Photographers and videographers that are covering games at Smith Stadium must check in with Mike Flynn in the press box before shooting to determine which areas they may access during play.

CREDITS

Design and Editor: Mike Flynn Editorial Assistance: Brandon McGinnis, Ryan Bower, Jennifer Clark, Megan Samassa, Daniel Butler, Kelsey Campbell, Mattison Huggins, Stephen Kraus, Nathan Mathis, Aaron Smith, David Port, Erin Flynn, Appalachian baseball staff Photography: Dave Mayo, David Scearce, Rob Moore, Meghan Gay, Keith Cline, Mike Miller, Mike Towarnicky, Marc DeRose, Troy Tuttle, Aberdeen Shore Birds, Baylor athletics, Danville Braves (Bill Setliff ), Frederick Keys, Greensboro Grasshoppers (Dano Keeney), Johnson City Cardinals, Midland RockHounds Professional Baseball Club, Montgomery Buscuits, New York Yankees, Oklahoma State athletics, Rome Braves, State College Spikes, Tri-City Dust Devils, West Virginia Power, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, Brenda Hobson, Appalachian State athletics archives Cover Design: Charles Cochrum, Mike Flynn On the Covers: Front - 2013 Preseason all-Southern Conference selections Hector Crespo, Tyler Zupcic and Will Callaway; Back - Seniors Ryne Frankoff, Rob Marcello and Tyler Moore

DIRECTIONS TO SMITH STADIUM

I-40 Traveling West from N.C. Triad and Triangle Drive west on I-40 and take Exit 188 onto Highway 421N which is just past the Hanes Mall exit. Travel about one hour and a half on Highway 421N into downtown Boone, N.C. Stay on 421N which becomes King Street and turn left at Depot Street and go through one traffic light, where the street name changes to Bodenheimer Drive. Proceed up the hill and past the Broyhill Inn. I-77 Traveling South from Va. Drive south on I-77 and take Exit #73 onto Highway 421N. Travel about one hour into downtown Boone, N.C. Turn left at Depot Street and go through one traffic light, where the street name changes to Bodenheimer Drive. Proceed up the hill and past the Broyhill Inn.

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I-40 Traveling East from Tenn. Drive east on I-40, around Asheville and Black Mountain. At Marion, take Exit #85 onto Highway 221N and drive to Linville (about 50 miles). Turn onto Highway 105N at Linville and proceed into Boone, NC. At Wendy’s Restaurant, turn left onto Blowing Rock Road. At second traffic light (just past Holmes Convocation Center), turn left onto Rivers Street. At fifth traffic light, turn left onto Bodenheimer Drive and proceed up the hill and past the Broyhill Inn.

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I-77 Traveling North from Charlotte Drive north on I-77 past Charlotte and Statesville. Take Exit 73 onto 421N and travel about one hour into downtown Boone. Turn left at Depot Street and go through one traffic light, where the name changes to Bodenheimer Drive. Proceed up the hill past the Broyhill Inn. I-85 Traveling North from S.C. Upstate Drive north to Gastonia and take Exit #17 onto Highway 321N through Hickory into Boone. At the 8th traffic light (just past Holmes Convocation Center), turn left onto Rivers Street. At fifth traffic light, turn left onto Bodenheimer Drive and proceed up the hill past the Broyhill Inn.

APPALACHIAN STATE SPORTS INFORMATION MIKE FLYNN ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/SPORTS INFORMATION BASEBALL MEDIA CONTACT OFFICE: (828) 262-2845 MOBILE: (828) 964-6406 EMAIL: flynnmh@appstate.edu

In its sixth full year, GoASU TV brings live Appalachian athletics events to homes and offices around the world through real-time video streaming. All of Appalachian State baseball’s 2012 home games will be broadcast live and on-demand on GoASU TV. For a list of live and on-demand programming and subscription information, visit GoASU.com.

BRANDON McGINNIS SPORTS INFORMATION INTERN SECONDARY BASEBALL MEDIA CONTACT OFFICE: (828) 262-7166 MOBILE: (828) 964-6406 EMAIL: mcginnisbt@appstate.edu ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS: Ryan Bower, Jennifer Clark INTERN: Megan Samassa STUDENT INTERNS: Tyler Buckwell, Daniel Butler, Kelsey Campbell, Meghan Gay, Ryan Hemingway, Maggie Hobson, Mattison Huggins, Stephen Kraus, Nathan Mathis, Aaron Smith

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GENERAL INFORMATION Name ..................................................Appalachian State University Location .................................................................Boone, N.C. 28608 Founded .......................................................................................... 1899 Enrollment ...................................................................................17,344 Nickname ...................................................................... Mountaineers Colors ............................................................................ Black and Gold Affiliation ...................................................................NCAA Division I Conference .............................................................................Southern Chancellor ...................................................Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock Athletics Director ........................................................ Charlie Cobb Stadium................Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith (1,000) Dimensions ..................LF/RF - 330, LC/RC - 370, CF - 400 Press Box Phone .........................................................828-262-2016 COACHING STAFF Head Coach ..........................................................................Billy Jones Season at Appalachian State.........................................First Alma Mater ..............................................Oregon State, 2001 Record at Appalachian State .........................................N/A Career Record .......................................42-34 (Two seasons) Assistant Coaches Michael Rogers, First season (NC State, 2009) Matt Payne, First season (NC State, 2008) Josh Scott, First season (Baylor, 2001) TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record .................................................................41-18 2012 SoCon Record/Finish .............................................21-9/t-1st 2012 Postseason ....................................... NCAA Regional finalist (Charlottesville Regional — 2-2) Final 2012 National Ranking................................................No. 29 (Collegiate Baseball newspaper) Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................................16/12 Position Starters Returning/Lost ............................................5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost (min. 5 starts)...............3/2 Newcomers........................................................................................... 11 RETURNING STARTERS Pos. Name 2B Hector Crespo 3B Noah Holmes SS Will Callaway LF Preston Troutman CF Tyler Zupcic

Cl. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

2012 Stats .308 BA, 3 HR, 23 RBI, 30 SB .241 BA, 1 HR, 22 RBI, 0 SB .320 BA, 4 HR, 53 RBI, 23 SB .295 BA, 0 HR, 25 RBI, 3 SB .338 BA, 2 HR, 34 RBI, 12 SB

RETURNING STARTING PITCHERS R/L Name Cl. 2012 Stats LHP Rob Marcello Sr. 6-5, 5.31 ERA, 83.0 IP, 48 K, 30 BB RHP Jamie Nunn So. 5-2, 4.24 ERA, 46.2 IP, 45 K, 16 BB LHP Jeffrey Springs So. 2-1, 4.80 ERA, 30.0 IP, 22 K, 19 BB

Cl. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

(Hometown/Prev. School) (Marietta, Ga./Middle Ga. Coll.) (McLeansville, N.C./NE Guilford) (Boonville, N.C./Starmount) (Millers Creek, N.C./W. Wilkes) (Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell)

For the 14th-straight season, Mountaineer baseball can be heard in 2013 exclusively on the

Appalachian IMG Sports Network.

The “Voice of the Mountaineers” David Jackson will call the action for 26 regular-season games and

all Mountaineer postseason action. All Appalachian State baseball broadcasts can be heard on WATA 1450 AM in Boone and worldwide at www.GoASU.com.

Jackson is in his 13th year as the “Voice of the Mountaineers,” calling the play-by-play action for Ap-

palachian State football, men’s basketball and baseball broadcasts on the Appalachian IMG Sports Network. For the second time in his career, was honored as the North Carolina Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in 2012.

In addition to being a two-time N.C. Sportscaster of the Year (he also received the distinction in 2007),

Jackson has also been a member of the NSSA’s National Board of Directors since 2010, joining prominent media personalities such as Chris Berman, Marty Brennaman, Keith Jackson, Jim Nantz, Rick Reilly, Bob Ryan and George Vecsey on the prestigious panel.

Each Appalachian IMG Sports Network baseball broadcast begins 20

minutes prior to first pitch with pregame interviews and the latest news and insight into Mountaineer baseball. Following each contest, be sure to stay tuned for a full postgame wrapup, including an interview with head coach Billy Jones.

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2013 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY Fri. 15 Sat. 16 Sun. 17 Mon. 18 Sat. 23 Sun. 24 Tue. 26

NC State NC State NC State Canisius Butler (DH) Butler at High Point

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

MARCH Fri. 1 Sat. 2 Sun. 3 Tue. 5 Fri. 8 Sat. 9 Sun. 10 Tue. 12 Wed. 13 Sat. 16 Sun. 17 Tue. 19 Fri. 22 Sat. 23 Sun. 24 Tue. 26 Fri. 29 Sat. 30 Sun. 31

at Davidson* at Davidson* at Davidson* at ETSU at Furman* at Furman* at Furman* at Georgia at Georgia Cornell (DH) Cornell at North Carolina A&T at College of Charleston* at College of Charleston* at College of Charleston* UNC Asheville Wofford* Wofford* Wofford*

6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m.

* Southern Conference game ^ at Thomasville, N.C. % at Greenville, S.C. (Fluor Field)

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APRIL Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue.

2 5 6 7 9 12 13 14 16 17 19 20 21 23 26 27 28 30

MAY Fri. 3 Sat. 4 Sun. 5 Sat. 11 Sun. 12 Tue. 14 Thur. 16 Fri. 17 Sat. 18 Wed.-Sun. 21-25

at Eastern Kentucky Georgia Southern* Georgia Southern* Georgia Southern* at UNC Asheville at UNCG* at UNCG* at UNCG* High Point vs. Campbell^ at The Citadel* at The Citadel* at The Citadel* North Carolina A&T Samford* Samford* Samford* ETSU

3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

Elon* Elon* Elon* at Gonzaga (DH) at Gonzaga at North Carolina Western Carolina* Western Carolina* Western Carolina*

6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m.

Southern Conference Tournament%

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TOP NEWCOMERS Pos. Name RHP Sam Agnew-Wieland OF Jaylin Davis IF/OF Dillon Dobson C Alex Minton OF Preston Tiller

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2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL ROSTER NUMERICAL No. Name Pos. 1 Brandon Burris OF 2 Preston Troutman OF 3 Taylor Thurber RHP 4 Hector Crespo IF 5 William Head IF/OF 6 Josh Wilson RHP 7 Zach Joyce LHP 10 Preston Tiller OF 11 Rob Howard OF/RHP 13 Alex Minton C 14 Sam Agnew-Wieland RHP 16 Chad Farmer LHP 17 Blake Burkett RHP 18 Alex Leach IF/OF 19 Jeffrey Springs LHP 20 Josh Zumbrook C 21 Jaylin Davis OF 22 Michael Pierson IF 23 Caleb McCann RHP 25 John Kincaid OF 26 Gabe Dimock C 27 Rob Marcello LHP 28 Tyler Zupcic OF 29 Tyler Jackson LHP 30 Noah Holmes IF 32 Will Callaway IF 33 Amos Wilmoth RHP 34 Tyler Moore RHP 35 Andy Capone LHP 36 Ryne Frankoff LHP 37 Clyde Tate RHP 40 Jamie Nunn RHP 42 Dillon Dobson IF/OF 44 Zach Hummel C

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

Ht. 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-8 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-11

Wt. 165 185 185 175 185 175 200 185 190 235 210 210 215 220 185 210 190 190 220 160 185 245 195 230 195 195 185 220 210 185 185 210 220 205

Cl. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (High School/Previous College) Concord, N.C./Mount Pleasant Rockwell, N.C./East Rowan Mooresville, N.C./Lake Norman Miami, Fla./Florida Christian Asheville, N.C./Asheville Edgefield, S.C./Strom Thurmond (Spartanburg Methodist) Lexington, N.C./North Davidson Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell Waynesville, N.C./Tuscola Millers Creek, N.C./West Wilkes Marietta, Ga./Wheeler (Middle Georgia College) Evans, Ga./Greenbrier Cumming, Ga./West Forsyth Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell Belmont, N.C./South Point Wilkesboro, N.C./West Wilkes McLeansville, N.C./Northeast Guilford Coral Springs, Fla./Pine Crest McLeansville, N.C./Northeast Guilford Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Christian Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley Royal Palm Beach, Fla./Royal Palm Beach (Indian River St. Coll.) Charlotte, N.C./Providence Jonesville, N.C./Starmount Rockwell, N.C./East Rowan Greenville, S.C./Eastside (Young Harris College) King, N.C./West Stokes Banner Elk, N.C./Watauga Monroe, N.C./Sun Valley Apex, N.C./Apex Lexington, N.C./North Davidson Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor Boonville, N.C./Starmount Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell

BY POSITION PITCHERS (9 RHP, 7 LHP) 14

Sam Agnew-Wieland.................... RHP

17

Blake Burkett.................................... RHP

35

Andy Capone................................... LHP

16

Chad Farmer.................................... LHP

36

Ryne Frankoff.................................. LHP

29

Tyler Jackson.................................... LHP

7

Zach Joyce........................................ LHP

27

Rob Marcello.................................... LHP

23

Caleb McCann................................. RHP

34

Tyler Moore...................................... RHP

40

Jamie Nunn...................................... RHP

19

Jeffrey Springs................................. LHP

37

Clyde Tate.......................................... RHP

3

Taylor Thurber................................. RHP

33

Amos Wilmoth................................ RHP

6

Josh Wilson....................................... RHP

CATCHERS (4) 26

Gabe Dimock.....................................R/R

44

Zach Hummel....................................R/R

13

Alex Minton........................................L/R

20

Josh Zumbrook.................................R/R

INFIELDERS (7) 32

Will Callaway......................................R/R

4

Hector Crespo...................................R/R

42

Dillon Dobson...................................L/R

5

William Head......................................R/R

30

Noah Holmes.....................................L/R

18

Alex Leach........................................... L/L

22

Michael Pierson................................L/R

OUTFIELDERS (10) HEAD COACH 56 Billy Jones (First season) Oregon State, 2001 ASSISTANT COACHES 24 15 39

Michael Rogers (First season) NC State, 2009 Matt Payne (First season) NC State, 2008 Josh Scott (First season) Baylor, 2001

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Brandon Burris..................................R/R

21

Jaylin Davis.........................................R/R

42

Dillon Dobson...................................L/R

5

William Head......................................R/R

11

Rob Howard.......................................R/R

25

John Kincaid...................................... L/L

18

Alex Leach........................................... L/L

10

Preston Tiller......................................R/R

2

Preston Troutman............................L/R

28

Tyler Zupcic........................................R/R

ROSTER BREAKDOWN CLASS Freshmen.............................................................................. 10 Sophomores...........................................................................7 Juniors......................................................................................7 Seniors................................................................................... 10 YEAR WITH PROGRAM First......................................................................................... 11 Second.....................................................................................8 Third..........................................................................................5 Fourth.......................................................................................9 Fifth...........................................................................................1

BATS Right-handed...................................................................... 21 Left-handed......................................................................... 13 Both...........................................................................................0 THROWS Right-handed...................................................................... 25 Left-handed............................................................................9 HOME STATE North Carolina.................................................................... 26 Florida.......................................................................................3 Georgia.....................................................................................3 South Carolina.......................................................................2 4

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Appalachian............................................app-uh-LATCH-in Agnew-Wieland................................... AG-new WEE-land Burkett....................................................................... BURK-ett Capone....................................................................cuh-PONE Dimock........................................................................DIM-uck Frankoff...................................................................FRANK-off Hummel.................................................................... HUM-uhl Marcello.............................................................mar-SELL-oh Wilmoth................................................................ WILL-muth Zupcic......................................................................... ZUP-sick


2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL SEASON PREVIEW on notice in February when it took 2-of-3 games at No. 7 LSU. Appalachian State returns one of the nation's top double-play combinations and a deep and experienced bullpen to form the core of its 2013 club. However, the Mountaineers will also have to rely on an ultra-talented but relatively inexperienced group of underclassmen in order to replicate the success that it enjoyed a season ago. INFIELD Appalachian State is anchored by the veteran double-play combination of seniors Will Callaway at shortstop and Hector Crespo at second base. The duo has combined for 264 starts during their Appalachian careers and both are first-team preseason all-SoCon honorees. Callaway, a third-team preseason all-America honoree, is a mainstay in the middle of the order for the Mountaineers that can hit for average (.320 last season and .311 for his career) and power (ranked among the SoCon and national leaders with 53 RBI last season) while also being a constant threat on the basepaths (swiped 23 bases in 2012, good for a tie for seventh in school history). Crespo is the Mountaineers' catalyst offensively as a .308 career hitter that batted .319 in the leadoff spot last year. Crespo has also stolen 79 bases in his career, just six shy of the school record set by Will Shellman from 1991-94, and is on pace to also make a run at the program's alltime records for games played, at-bats and runs. Callaway and Crespo also make up one of the nation's best defensive combos up the middle of the infield. They combined to be a part of 30plus double plays and just 25 total errors in 59 games a season ago. Appalachian also returns its starting third baseman, junior Noah Holmes. Holmes struggled at the plate a bit as a sophomore (.241 average) but came on strong late in the season (hit

.385 with four RBI and three runs scored during Charlottesville Regional). He is as sure-handed at the hot corner as any player in the country with just 11 errors in 159 chances (.931 fielding percentage) in his first campaign as a full-time starter. While he has the leg up based on his experience, Holmes will be challenged for playing time by true freshman Dillon Dobson and junior William Head. Big, powerful sophomore Alex Leach will be called upon to fill the void at first base created by the graduation of two-year starter Trey Holmes. Leach displayed mammoth power in limited opportunities as a freshman last season, finishing with a home run, two doubles and six RBI in only 19 at-bats. In addition to Dobson and Head, sophomore Michael Pierson could also see playing time in a reserve role around the infield. Perhaps the biggest void for the Mountaineers to fill around the diamond is at catcher, where Jeremy Dowdy graduated after making 198 starts and throwing out 48 would-be base-stealers during his career, including 13 last season. Combined with the loss of Tyler Tewell, who hit .357 as the Mountaineers' right fielder a year ago but was slated to take over behind the plate this season before being selected in the 14th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Atlanta Braves, Appalachian is left with no starting experience behind the plate in 2013. Junior Josh Zumbrook, who has appeared in six games during his career, will get the first shot to fill the large shoes behind the dish but will be pushed for playing time by freshmen Alex Minton and Zach Hummel and senior Gabe Dimock. OUTFIELD Appalachian State took a big hit in its outfield late last season when center fielder Tyler Zupcic sustained a major knee and lower-leg injury

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Senior shortstop Will Callaway (left) and senior second baseman Hector Crespo (right) give Appalachian State one of the nation’s most experienced and decorated double-play combinations.

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oming off the best season in the 109-year history of the program, Appalachian State University baseball has high expectations for 2013. However, after losing two-thirds of its weekend rotation (including the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year), four members of its starting lineup and its record-setting closer from last year's historic 4118 club, pundits disagree that the Mountaineers can maintain their success. The Southern Conference's coaches and Baseball America have both picked the league's defending co-champions to place sixth in this year's SoCon race. "That's OK," first-year head coach Billy Jones said about the prognostications, which also included a fourth-place prediction in the SoCon media poll. "I don't think we need that to light a fire under our club. We feel like we have good players here and we're just going to go out and play our game and let the chips fall where they may." Of course, a lack of preseason love from the "experts" is nothing new for the Southern Conference's northern-most baseball program. In 2012, Appalachian State was picked to finish fifth and sixth in the SoCon's coaches and media preseason polls, respectively, but went on to win its first conference championship since 1987, receive its first NCAA postseason berth since 1986 and finish ranked in one of college baseball's major postseason polls for the first time in school history (No. 29 in the final Collegiate Baseball newspaper rankings). The Mountaineers went on to win its first two games at the 2012 NCAA Charlottesville Regional, defeating No. 23 Oklahoma and No. 15 Virginia, to advance to the regional's championship round and fell just three wins shy of advancing to the College World Series for the first time in program history. The postseason wins over OU and UVa were two of Appalachian's four triumphs over nationally ranked opponents in 2012 — the Apps put the college-baseball world


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SEASON PREVIEW while sliding into home plate and colliding with Oklahoma catcher Tanner Toal in the opening game of the Charlottesville Regional. Zupcic is still recovering from the injury and the senior will be out indefinitely to begin the season. Redshirting is a possibility for the preseason allSouthern Conference selection. Despite being without Zupcic for at least part of the campaign, the outfield looks to be a strength for Appalachian once again in 2013. Preston Troutman, who hit .295 while serving as the Mountaineers' primary left fielder in 2012, will swing over to right field in 2013 to replace Tewell. Troutman's strong arm (nine outfield assists in two seasons) should be an asset as he moves from left to right. Brandon Burris, who was Appalachian State's leading hitter with a .358 average in 38 games (24 starts) last season, will get the everyday nod in left field. In addition to the lofty average, Burris displayed some pop (eight doubles and 16 RBI in 95 at-bats) and great speed (seven steals in seven attempts) as a freshman. True freshman Jaylin Davis will man the center field position vacated by Zupcic. Davis had a terrific fall and preseason for the Mountaineers and his talent and athleticism is expected to allow the Mountaineers to not suffer much of a dropoff from Zupcic at the plate or in the field. Junior John Kincaid and freshman Preston Tiller could also see action in the outfield for the Mountaineers this season. DESIGNATED HITTERS Last season, designated hitter Daniel Kassouf put together perhaps the most prolific offensive campaign in Appalachian State history, hitting .339 with a school-record 17 him runs and 66 RBI en route to being named all-America and District Player of the Year. This season, Jones is expected to fill the DH slot on more of a platoon

All-SoCon outfielder Tyler Zupcic is .340 career hitter but might miss the 2013 season while recovering from a leg injury sustained during last year’s NCAA Regional.

basis with freshmen Dobson, Tiller and Minton all challenging for at-bats in the role. STARTING PITCHING Due to graduation and a role change, Appalachian State must replace its entire weekend rotation this season. The Friday and Saturday slots in the rotation, which were held by MLB draftees Ryan Arrowood (11-0, 3.81 ERA, 93 K, SoCon Pitcher of the Year in 2012) and Seth Grant (7-3, 3.49 ERA, 69 K) last year are expected to be filled by sophomores Jamie Nunn and Jeffrey Springs in 2013. Nunn, a right-hander, made six mid-week starts and 23 overall appearances as a freshman last season, en route to a 5-2 record, 4.24 ERA, 45 strikeouts in 4.62 innings and freshman allAmerica accolades. Southpaw Springs made five starts and 12 appearances and compiled a 2-1 record and 4.80 ERA as a rookie. He is coming off a terrific summer for the Pineville Pioneers of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League, when he struck out 24 in 27.1 IP and was named the league's No. 2 pro prospect. After perhaps the most impressive fall and preseason for any Mountaineer pitcher, junior transfer Sam Agnew-Wieland will fill the third spot in the weekend rotation. The right-hander went 7-3 with a 2.36 ERA, .213 opponents' batting average and 96 strikeouts in 84 innings for Middle Georgia College last season, a year after going 2-1 with a 3.23 ERA and 34 Ks in 30.2 IP at Georgia State as a freshman. Junior left-hander Chad Farmer has earned the primary mid-week starting role. Farmer has made 36 appearances in his first two collegiate seasons (all but two out in relief ) and has struck out 53 in 49 innings of work.

After earning freshman all-America honors as Appalachian State’s primary mid-week starter last season, Jamie Nunn is expected to take the reins as the staff’s No. 1 starter in 2013.

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BULLPEN One of the biggest keys to the Mountaineers' success last season was the ability of flamethrower Nathan Hyatt to close out games. However, after shattering the school record with 16 saves, Hyatt was selected by Atlanta Braves in the 13th round of last June's MLB Draft and Appalachian was left to find another candidate to slide into a line of dominant closers that dates back six seasons. In the fall, Jones decided that senior Rob Marcello was best-suited to move into the closer role. Marcello was 6-5 with a 5.31 ERA as Appalachian's No. 3 starter last season but Jones felt that working out of the bullpen best suited the southpaw both now and in the future as a professional. In front of Marcello, three more seniors — right-handers Tyler Moore and Josh Wilson and lefty Ryne Frankoff — will likely serve as the main setup men. The experienced trio has combined to make 88 appearances with 78 strikeouts in 111 innings in their careers. Frankoff was particularly impressive as a junior as he battled back from a serious early-season illness to make 19 appearance out of the bullpen down the stretch, going 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA and just 16 hits allowed to go along with 22 strikeouts in 18.1 innings. Other hurlers expected to make a contribution out of the 'pen this year include senior lefthanders Tyler Jackson and Zach Joyce and a plethora of youngsters that includes sophomore Taylor Thurber and freshmen Blake Burkett, Rob Howard, Caleb McCann, Clyde Tate and Amos Wilmoth.

Southpaw Rob Marcello has been tabbed to make the shift from weekend starter to Appalachian State’s closer this season.


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Coaching Career 1995-96: Green River Community College (assistant coach) 1997-98: Green River Community College (head coach — 42-34 in two seasons) 1999-2000: Oregon State (assistant coach) 2001: Arizona State (assistant coach) 2001: Brewster Whitecaps - Cape Cod Baseball League (head coach) 2002-04: NC State (assistant coach/assistant head coach/recruiting coordinator) 2005-12: Oklahoma State (assistant coach/recruiting coordinator) 2013-present: Appalachian State (head coach)

HEAD COACH • FIRST SEASON • OREGON STATE, 2001 Billy Jones, an 18-year coaching veteran who has spent the last 14 seasons as a coach at four of college baseball’s most elite programs, was named head baseball coach at Appalachian State University on July 6, 2012. In his eight years at Oklahoma State (2005-12), Jones served as the program’s recruiting coordinator while working directly with the Cowboys’ hitters and outfielders. He helped lead OSU to eight-straight winning seasons, six NCAA Regional appearances, an NCAA Super Regional and a Big 12 Tournament championship. The Cowboys notched three 40-win campaigns, closed the season ranked among the nation’s top 25 three times and finished among the top four in the ultra-competitive Big 12 on five occasions during Jones’ eight years with the program. As Oklahoma State’s recruiting coordinator, he led the efforts to bring 31 eventual Major League Baseball draftees and four future all-Americans into the program. Among his most notable recruits were first-team all-Americans Tyler Mach, who was selected in the fourth round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies, and Andrew Heaney, who was selected No. 9 overall by the Miami Marlins in the 2012 MLB Draft. In all, Jones recruited and coached the only Big 12 Player of the Year (Mach - 2006), Big 12 Pitcher of the Year (Heaney - 2012), Big 12 Newcomer of the Year (Zach Johnson - 2011) and Big 12 Freshman of the Year (Corey Brown - 2005) in OSU history. As the Cowboys’ hitting coach, he oversaw a potent offensive attack that led the Big 12 in home runs five times and ranked among the league’s top two clubs in batting average six times. Seven players that he coached at OSU have gone on to play in the Major Leagues, which is more Major Leaguers than any other Big 12 program has produced over the last eight years. Prior to his arrival at Oklahoma State, Jones was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at NC State from 2002-04. His reputation as one of the nation’s top recruiters began at NC State, where he brought in 21 players that would go on to be selected in the MLB Draft and six that would earn all-America recognition. On the field, the Wolfpack put together three-straight winning seasons and earned two NCAA Regional berths with Jones on the bench, highlighted by a 45-18 campaign in 2003 that culminated with the program’s first NCAA Regional championship since 1968. For his efforts at NC State, Jones was named one of five finalists for Baseball America’s National Assistant Coach of the Year award in 2003 and was promoted to assistant head coach for his final season in 2004. His Division I coaching career began with two seasons as an assistant coach at Oregon State (1999 and 2000), followed by one season at Arizona State (2001), coaching infielders at both schools. Following his only season at Arizona State, he served as head coach of the Brewster Whitecaps of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 2001, where he was also selected to manage in the CCBL’s annual all-star game. Jones started his coaching career in 1995 at Green River Community College, in Auburn, Wash., serving as an assistant coach for two seasons (1995-96) before taking over as head coach for the 1997 and ‘98 campaigns. He was named the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) Western Region Coach of the Year after leading the Gators to a regional championship in 1998, when his squad hit .342 with 60 home runs in just 36 games and 11 players earned all-region recognition. He also coached the Western Region club to victory in the 1998 NWAACC all-star game. A native of Kent, Wash., Jones played collegiately at Lower Columbia College in Longview, Wash., where he hit .433 as a freshman in 1988, and Bellvue Community College in Bellvue, Wash. before transferring to NCAA Division I Southwest Texas State (now Texas State) for his senior season. He earned a bachelor of science in liberal studies from Oregon State in 2001. Billy Jones’ 18 years of college baseball coaching Jones and his wife, Tiffani, experience includes stints as an assistant at have two sons: Ryder (17) and Arizona State, Oregon State, NC State and Utah (15). Oklahoma State (pictured).

Playing Career 1988: Lower Columbia College 1989-90: Bellvue Community College 1991: Southwest Texas State (now Texas State) Alma Mater Oregon State, 2001 (B.S. liberal studies) Wife Tiffani Sons Ryder (17) and Utah (15)

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT BILLY JONES

“I’m excited to have Billy Jones on board to lead our baseball program. His reputation as one of the nation’s top recruiters is well-known throughout baseball circles and his experience in identifying top-notch student-athletes nationwide, but particularly in the state of North Carolina and the Southeast, makes him a great fit for Appalachian State. I have seen firsthand Coach Jones’ ability as a teacher when we worked together at NC State and believe that our student-athletes will benefit from his leadership on and off the field. I am confident that under Coach Jones, Appalachian State baseball will continue to compete for conference championships and trips to Omaha for years to come.” — Appalachian State director of athletics Charlie Cobb

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HEAD COACH BILLY JONES BILLY JONES AT A GLANCE

“For the last 14 years , Billy Jones has patiently prepared himself for this tremendous opportunity with a great work ethic and loyal dedication to our great game. His many years as an integral part of four successful programs in four major conferences have him more than ready to take the helm at Appalachian State University. His contagious energy and love for baseball will be embraced by the Boone community and Mountaineer fan base and his passion will have an immediate impact on recruiting in the talent-rich state of North Carolina.” ­— NC State head coach Elliott Avent “Appalachian State is going to be well-served by having a young, energetic coach like Billy Jones. It shows that hard work pays off because Coach Jones has worked his way through the ranks and paid his dues to become a Division I head coach. I am excited for him and his family and I would not be surprised to see Appalachian State continue its climb up the Division I ranks with Coach Jones.” — Oregon State head coach Pat Casey “Billy is an excellent fit at Appalachian State and will do great things for the Mountaineers. He is a hard worker and will be very successful in leading the Appalachian State baseball program. He is a skilled recruiter and his experience at several top programs will serve him well in making Appalachian State a perennial winner.” ­— Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan “I’ve known Billy a long time and I think that he is a great hire for Appalachian State. He brings an energy and enthusiasm that will be outstanding for the baseball program and the athletics department. I believe that Appalachian State will continue its rise to prominence under Coach Jones.” ­— Kentucky head coach Gary Henderson

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“Coach Jones epitomizes a player’s coach. He knows his players as well as he knows the game. His door was always open and he was always willing to listen to whatever was on our minds — all while treating everyone with the respect they deserved and caring about the person and his life, not just the player’s performance.” — Major League pitcher Joey Devine (recruited and coached by Jones at NC State; firstround draft pick of Atlanta Braves in 2005)


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ASSISTANT COACHES

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ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON • NC STATE, 2008

Michael Rogers, a two-time all-America pitcher at NC State and six-year professional baseball veteran, is in his first season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State. He serves as the Mountaineers’ pitching coach. Rogers is reunited at Appalachian State with head coach Billy Jones, who was an assistant coach at NC State when Rogers was a member of the Wolfpack’s starting pitching rotation from 2002-04. After a promising true freshman campaign was cut short due to injury, he went on be named a freshman all-American as a redshirt frosh in 2003 and earned third-team all-America accolades in both 2003 and 2004. He was also a two-time all-Atlantic Coast Conference honoree, a five-time ACC Pitcher of the Week and was named National Pitcher of the Week as a sophomore in ‘04. The Oakland Athletics selected Rogers in the second round of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft (49th overall) and he spent four years in the A’s organization (2004-07), amassing over 430 innings while reaching the Double-A level. He also spent two seasons in the independent professional ranks with the Sussex Skyhawks of the Can-Am League (2008) and Rockford Riverhawks of the Frontier League (2009). After retiring from professional baseball, Rogers served as a pitching instructor with ITS Baseball in Durham and USA Baseball before opening the Michael Rogers Baseball Academy in his hometown of Hamilton, N.J. in 2010. He has served as the academy’s owner and operator the past two years, providing individual, group and team pitching instruction to players ages 6-20, teaching coaching clinics and designing offseason and in-season pitching programs for pitchers. Rogers graduated from NC State in 2009 with a B.S. in parks, recreation and tourism management. He and his wife, Morgan, have two sons.

A former standout player at NC State, Matt Payne is in his first season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State University. He works primarily with the club’s hitters. Payne was a four-year letterwinner as a pitcher, outfielder and third baseman at NC State from 2005-08. He was a secondteam all-Atlantic Coast Conference performer as a senior in 2008, when he ranked third in the league with a .412 batting average in conference games and also ranked among the top 10 in hits (47), runs (28), home runs (7), RBI (30), total bases (76), slugging percentage (.667) and on-base percentage (.468) in ACC play. He also tied for the team lead with nine home runs and paced the squad with 50 RBI overall. With the big senior season, Payne helped lead the Wolfpack to 42 victories and an NCAA regional championship, earning a spot on the regional’s all-tournament team in the process. Following the campaign, he was selected in the 34th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates and spent two seasons in the Pirates’ organization before returning to North Carolina to begin his coaching career. He spent the past two seasons as a coach in the junior-college ranks at Wilkes Community College (2011) and Catawba Valley Community College (2012). At CVCC, he helped lead the third-year program to a 40-16 record, NJCAA Region X championship and a berth in the Division II Junior College World Series. Working primarily with the Buccaneers’ hitters and infielders, he coached an all-American and five all-region honorees. A native of nearby Hiddenite, N.C. (Alexander Central H.S.), Payne graduated from NC State in 2008 with a B.S. in sports management.

Matt Payne played two seasons of professional baseball with the State College Spikes of the New York-Penn League after being selected in the 34th round of the 2008 MLB Draft.

Michael Rogers was selected in the second round of the 2004 MLB Draft and spent four years in the Oakland A’s orgainzation, including parts of two seasons with the Midland RockHounds of the Double-A Texas League (pictured).

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ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON • BAYLOR, 2001 Seven-year coaching veteran and former professional baseball player Josh Scott is in his first season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State University. Scott works primarily with the Mountaineers’ catchers and baserunners. Scott spent seven years as a coach from 2004-10, most recently as the head coach of the Edenton Steamers of the Coastal Plain League. In his only season in Edenton, he led the Steamers to a runner-up finish in the 2010 CPL championship race and coached the league’s Pitcher of the Year, batting-title winner and seven all-stars. His vast coaching experience also includes stints as an assistant at Long Beach State (2008-09), McLennan Community College (2007-08), New Mexico (2006-07) and Angelo State (2004-06). He also served as an assistant in various collegiate summer leagues from 2004-07, including the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League as an assistant for the Wareham Gatemen in 2006. Scott was a standout pitcher at Baylor from 1998-2001. The southpaw was named freshman all-America after posting a team-best 2.50 ERA as a reliever in 1998 and went on to be a three-year member of the Bears’ starting rotation. He was selected in the 25th round of the 2001 Major League Baseball Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies and spent two years as a pitcher in the Phillies’ organization before beginning his coaching career. A native of Downey, Calif., Scott earned a bachelor’s degree from Baylor in 2001 and a master’s degree from Angelo State in 2006. He is the nephew of threetime MLB all-star and 1986 Cy Young Award winner Mike Scott.

Josh Scott was a freshman all-American and three-year member of the starting pitching rotation at Baylor (pictured) before being selected in the 25th round of the 2001 MLB Draft and playing professionally for two seasons in the Philadelphia Phillies’ organization.

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RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 200 • JR. • MARIETTA, GA./MIDDLE GEORGIA COLL. Previous Colleges: Went 7-3 with a 2.36 ERA as a sophomore at Middle Georgia College in 2012 ... struck out 96 and held opponents to a .213 batting average over 84.0 IP during his only junior-college campaign ... coached at Middle Georgia by Craig Young ... attended Georgia State as a freshman, going 2-1 with a 3.23 ERA in 2011 ... struck out 34 and limited opponents to .230 batting average in 30.2 IP at GSU.

Personal: Full name is Brandon Duane Burris … born August 28, 1993 (19 years old) … son of Jenny and Brent Burris … enjoys hunting and fishing … majoring in marketing.

High School: Two-time all-region and all-county selection at Wheeler H.S. in suburban Atlanta ... three-year letterwinner ... coached by Dave McDonald.

BURRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2011 .358 38-24 95 23 34 8-0-0 16 7-7

Personal: Full name is Samuel Thompson Agnew-Wieland ... born May 31, 1992 (turns 21 during season) ... son of Mary Agnew and Hubert Wieland ... cousins Joe and Matt Wieland both played soccer at national-power Creighton ... majoring in philosophy with a minor in Judaic, Holocaust and peace studies.

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Burkett

RHP • R/R • 6-3 • 215 • FR. • CUMMING, GA./WEST FORSYTH High School: Four-year letterwinner ... two-time all-county honoree ... tabbed by ESPN.com as one of Georgia’s top 95 high-school players in 2012, including one of the top 64 seniors and one of the top 25 right-handed pitchers ... was ranked 110th among right-handed high-school starting pitchers for the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft ... one of only 200 prospects invited to attend the prestigious Perfect Game National Showcase in 2011 ... also selected to attend Perfect Game’s 2011 Southeast Top Prospect Showcase ... coached by Mike Pruitt ... also played for prolific East Cobb Astros U15 and U16 and East Cobb Yankees U18 summer teams.

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Personal: Full name is Blake William Burkett ... born August 12, 1993 (turns 19 during season) ... son of Kimberly and William Burkett ... majoring in business ... member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll.

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N.C. State Games in 2009 and 2010, helping lead team to championship in ‘09 … participated for North Carolina in 2010 South Atlantic Border Battle … 2008-09 Perfect Game USA Atlantic Coast top prospect and preseason all-American … … ranked among North Carolina’s top 50 players by ImpactScout.com … coached by Bryan Tyson … hit .355 with two home runs, 28 RBI, 44 runs and 32 stolen bases for the Charlotte On Deck O’s baseball academy in 2011 (coach Bo Robinson) … named Mouth Pleasant’s offensive MVP in football as a junior before giving up the sport to focus on baseball … excelled in the classroom as a member of the National Honor Society and a North Carolina scholar-athlete.

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Brandon Burris

OF • R/R • 5-9 • 165 • SO. • CONCORD, N.C./MOUNT PLEASANT 2012: Named to Southern BURRIS’ CAREER HIGHS Conference all-freshman Hits: 3 (3X, last vs. Oklahoma, 6/4/12) Runs: 3 (vs. Rider, 3/4/12) team ... saw action in 38 RBI: 4 (at Wofford, 4/29/12) games and made 24 starts (18 in LF, five in RF, one at 3B) ... led qualifying Appalachian State players with a .358 batting average (34-for-95) ... notched eight doubles and scored 23 runs in just 115 at-bats ... was a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen-base attempts ... hit .442 (19-for-43) with runners on base and .433 (13-for30) with runners in scoring position ... advanced runners with a .582 success rate (32 times in 55 opportunities) ... converted 77.8 percent of RBI opportunites with a runner on third base and less than two outs (7-of-9) ... had 10 multi-hit games, including four three-hit efforts ... went 2-for-4 with a walk, two runs, two stolen bases and an RBI in first start of his career vs. Rider (March 3) ... drove in two runs and scored another with a double and sacrifice fly versus Davidson (March 10) ... had back-toback three-hit games against North Carolina A&T (March 27) and Oakland (March 31) with a double and a walk in each game ... stole a base in four-consecutive games (March 31-April 7) ... hit .455 (10-for-22) with three-multi-hit games during a seasonbest six-game hitting streak from April 1-13 ... closed the six-game hitting streak with a 3-for-4 performance in win at Georgia Southern (April 13) ... went 2-for-3 with a season-best four RBI in win at Wofford (April 29) ... had two doubles in loss at ETSU (May 2) ... went 2-for-4 in SoCon championship-clinching win at Western Carolina (May 18) ... started the final three games of the NCAA Charlottesville Regional ... went 1-for-4 with a double and run scored in regional win over No. 15 Virginia (June 3) ... made a game-defining play in left field in the win over UVa, hustling to track down a double off the wall with two outs in the eighth inning and getting the ball back into the infield with a terrific throw that prevented the tying run from scoring in what turned out to be a 6-5 Appalachian State victory ... went 3-for-6 with two runs scored in first loss to Oklahoma in championship round of NCAA Regional ... named to Charlottesville Regional all-tournament team after going 4-for-14 with three runs scored in three games.

CALLAWAY’S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 4 (vs. The Citadel, 3/18/12) Runs: 3 (6X, last vs. Furman, 4/21/12) RBI: 3 (6X, last vs. UNCG, 5/6/12)

Career: With 30 career stolen bases, needs three to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10.

High School: Three-time all-conference selection … hit .420 while averaging six home runs, 25 RBI, 40 runs scored and 22 stolen bases per season as a four-year letterwinner … named North Carolina Spit Tobacco Education Program Cabarrus County “No Spit” Athlete of the Year as a freshman … represented Region 6 in the 9

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2012: Named first-team all-Southern Conference by the league’s coaches and media ... was one of 25 finalists for the Brooks Wallace Award (nation’s top shortstop) ... started all 59 games at shortstop (tied for second-most games played in school history) ... ranked among the top 100 nationally with 23 stolen bases (51st), six sacrifice flies (57th), 54 RBI (66th) and 54 runs (87th) ... ranked 168th nationally with 77 hits ... tied for seventh in school history with 23 stolen bases and tied for 10th in the program’s all-time annals with 54 RBI ... team-high 241 at-bats were good for a tie for sixth in school history ... led team with 26 multi-hit games, 16 multi-RBI games and put together the club’s longest hitting streak (21 games) and reachedbase streak (29 games) of the season ... hit .330 (31-for-94) with runners in scoring position, including 4-for-6 (.667) on the season with the bases-loaded ... hit .355 (27-for-76) and had 17 RBI with two outs ... advanced runners with an out 28 times, a team high ... burst out of the gates, hitting safely in 29 of the season’s first 33 games, including the 21-game hitting streak from March 3-April 8 ... hit .446 (37-for83) during the 21-game hitting streak with 11 multi-hit games, nine doubles, three home runs and 29 RBI ... highlighted the 21-game hitting streak by hitting .522 (12-for-23) with four multi-hit games during a five-game stretch versus Duke (March 13), South Carolina (March 14) and The Citadel (March 16-18), en route to being named the Southern Conference Player of the Week ... hit a three-run home run in the 6-4 defeat at No. 3 South Carolina ... hit .643 (9-for-14) with four doubles, a home run, five RBI and four runs scored in three-game sweep over The Citadel ... capped the three-game sweep with a season-high four hits, including two doubles and a home run, two RBI and three runs scored ... closed the 21-game hitting streak by collecting 13 hits, driving in 14 runs and scoring seven more during a seven-game stretch from March 27-April 8, which included a series victory over eventual SoCon co-champion College of Charleston (April 6-8) ... had an RBI single and came around to score the winning run in the top of the ninth inning of Appalachian State’s SoCon championship-clinching 5-4 victory over Western Carolina (May 18) ... reached base six times over four games during NCAA Charlottesville Regional.


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MEET THE MOUNTAINEERS 2011: Rebounded from a slow start in his first season as a Mountaineer to become one of the club’s hottest hitters down the stretch … had just five hits in his first 12 games (.135 avg.) and was removed from the starting lineup in late March … spurred by a 3-for-3, two-RBI performance coming off the bench versus GardnerWebb (April 13), returned to the starting lineup versus Presbyterian (April 19) and caught fire, hitting 19 of the final 22 games of the season with nine multi-hit efforts … beginning with the three-hit evening versus GWU, closed the season by batting .362 (34-for-94) with seven doubles and 15 RBI over his final 24 outings of the campaign, raising his average from .132 to a stout .295 … in his first two games back in the starting lineup, went 2-for-3 with a double, RBI and three runs scored versus PC and 3-for-5 with a double and a run scored versus Davidson (April 21) … had a six-game hitting streak from April 23-May 8 and a nine-game streak from May 15 through the end of the season … went 2-for-4 with two doubles in win at Radford (April 26) … went 2-for-4 with third triple of the season versus East Tennessee State (May 4) … went 2-for-5 with a double and two RBI in win over Western Carolina (May 9) … had three hits, including a double, and scored two runs at College of Charleston (May 15) … had five hits, drove in four runs and scored four more in three-game series victory over eventual SoCon Tournament champion Georgia Southern (May 19-21) … hit safely in all four SoCon Tournament games, including going 3-for-5 with a run scored in win over Furman (May 27) that propelled ASU to the conference semifinals for the second-straight year … earned academic all-Southern Conference recognition for his achievements on the field and in the classroom.

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CRESPO’S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 4 (vs. C. of Charleston, 5/26/10) Runs: 3 (11X, last vs. UNCG, 5/4/12) RBI: 5 (vs. Rider, 3/4/12)

Career: Ranks second in Appalachian State history with 79 career stolen bases, six short of the school record of 85 (Will Shellman — 1991-94) ... ranks fourth in Appalachian State history with 160 career runs, 63 short of the school record of 223 (Wes Hobson — 2007-10) ... is tied for fourth in Appalachian State history with 105 career walks, 29 short of the school record of 134 (Jerod Faggart — 2007-10) ... with 639 career at-bats, needs two to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 ... with six career triples, needs two to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 ... with 204 career hits, needs six to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 ... with 171 games played, needs eight to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 and 39 to break the school record of 209 (David Towarnicky — 2007-10). 2012: Named second-team all-Southern Conference by the league’s coaches and media ... started all 59 games at second base and as Appalachian State’s leadoff hitter (tied for third-most games played in school history) ... ranked 19th nationally in stolen bases (30), 22nd in runs scored (63) and 28th in walks (45) ... led SoCon in steals ... ranked among Appalachian State’s all-time single-season leaders with 30 stolen bases (third), 45 walks (fourth), 63 runs (seventh) and 234 at-bats (t-10th) ... hit .346 in SoCon games, good for second on the team and ninth in the conference ... hit safely in 17 of the first 18 conference games of the season and 27-of-30 overall ... ranked third on the team with 21 multi-hit games ... reached base safely in 53of-59 games ... reached base at a .436 clip when leading off an inning (47-for-108) ... 15-of-23 RBI (65.2 pct.) came with two outs ... stole multiple bases nine times ... stole two bases in 1-0 win at No. 7 LSU (Feb. 25) ... reached base four times with two hits and two walks and scored three runs in 11-1 win that clinched series victory over LSU (Feb. 26) ... went 3-for-6 with a double, home run, three runs scored and career-high five RBI in win over Rider (March 4) ... hit .333 (12-for-36) with four multhit games during a season-best eight-game hitting streak from March 9-18 ... went 5-for-13 with two doubles, four RBI and fives runs scored in three-game sweep over Davidson (March 9-11) ... went 6-for-13 with five runs scored in series victory over eventual SoCon co-champion College of Charleston (April 6-8) ... went 6-for-13 and scored one run in each game of three-game series at Georgia Southern (April 13-15) ... went 5-for-9 with two doubles and three runs scored in final two games of threegame series sweep at Wofford (April 28-29) ... hit safely in 3-of-4 games at NCAA Charlottesville Regional with three walks, two doubles, and two runs scored.

Previous College: Played one season at Young Harris College (Young Harris, Ga.) under Appalachian State alumnus Rick Robinson ... was YHC’s starting shortstop as a freshman (51 starts) ... hit .317 with five home runs, four triples, 12 doubles and 56 RBI (second on club) ... walked 25 times and was hit by six pitches, good for .406 onbase percentage ... led team with 126 assists from shortstop position ... helped lead the Mountain Lions to a 39-17 overall record. High School: Three-year letterwinner ... earned all-region recognition as a senior ... coached by Scott Erwin ... played summer ball for South Carolina Bombers (coaches Chris Bates and Brian Hux), helping team place third nationally ... also lettered three times in football. Personal: Full name is William Guy Callaway ... born Dec. 14, 1989 (23 years old) ... son of Jim Callaway ... enjoys hunting ... majoring in psychology. CALLAWAY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2011 .295 40-34 132 26 39 7-3-2 16 7-7 2012 .320 59-59 241 54 77 12-3-4 53 23-27 Totals .311 99-93 373 80 116 19-6-6 69 30-34

2011: Caught fire in the second half of the season to finish as the team’s thirdleading hitter with a .316 average … ranked second on squad with a .429 on-base percentage (good for 15th in SoCon), 18 stolen bases (tied for 10th in SoCon) and 42 runs scored … led club and tied for sixth in SoCon with 38 walks … led ASU with .385 average with two outs (25-for-65) and 18 two-out RBI … became progressively hotter at the plate as the season went on, hitting .217 in February, .291 in March, .328 in April and .375 in May … started 58 games, all at second base … after spending his freshman campaign at third base, made the transition to second flawlessly and put together a sterling .980 fielding percentage with just five errors in 253 chances … ranked ninth in SoCon with 145 assists … opened the season with a terrific series versus Maryland-Eastern Shore, going 4-for-8 with a triple, five runs scored and three stolen bases in the three-game sweep (Feb. 18-20) … drew an astounding seven walks in the three-game set, including five in the middle game of the series (0-for-0, 5 BB, 2 R) … hit safely in 16-of-18 games from March 2-April 2 but notched just three multi-hit outings and had only two extra-base hits and two RBI during that span … had just four hits during an eight-game span from April 2-April 13 and batting average dipped to low point of .250 … emerged from the early April slump to embark on a season-best 12-game hitting streak from April 15-May 8 and went on to hit safely in 22 of the final 25 games of the season … the turning point of Crespo’s and ASU’s seasons perhaps came on April 21 at Davidson, when he delivered a two-out, two-run single in the top of the 12th inning to lift the Mountaineers to a crucial 3-1 victory … went on to go 5-for-8 over the final two games of the Davidson series, including another game-winning, two-out RBI single in the ninth inning of Game 2 … capped a five-run sixth inning with a three-run homer to help pace a 10-5 series-opening victory over Western Carolina (May 7) … the three-run shot was his only homer of the season and the three RBI were a season high … put together three-straight two-hit games at College of Charleston (May 13-15), batting .750 (6-for-8) with three walks and six runs scored in the series … walked three times in series opener versus Georgia Southern (May 19) … went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a double vs. GSU in the last meaningful game of the regular season (May 20) … hit safely in each of ASU’s first three SoCon Tournament contests, including a two-run triple in a 5-0 win over Furman (May 27) that lifted the Mountaineers to the

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Capone

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2010: Turned in one of the most impressive campaigns by a freshman in program history ... named third-team freshman all-American by Ping!Baseball, becoming the first freshman all-American in ASU’s 108-year baseball history ... also earned allfreshman and all-tournament recognition from the SoCon ... was expected to serve mainly in a reserve role as a true freshman but went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in ASU’s second game of the season at USC Upstate (Feb. 20) and almost never relinquished the starting position the rest of the year ... went on to start at third base in 54 of ASU’s 57 games ... led all NCAA Division I freshmen with 31 stolen bases ... 31 steals ranked second in the SoCon and 27th nationally overall ... the 31 stolen bases were the second most in school history and just three shy of the school record set by future major-leaguer Mike Ramsey in 1974 ... hit .335, good for fifth on the team ... ranked third on the squad with 72 hits ... tied for second on the team with 24 multi-hit games (17 two-hit, six three-hit and one four-hit performances) ... scored 55 runs, second-most on the club ... hit leadoff 26 times and got on base 49 percent of the time (33-of-68) when leading off an inning ... hit .364 (36-of-99) with runners on base and .419 (26-of-62) with runners in scoring position ... followed up 3-for-4 outing in collegiate debut by scoring a season-high-tying three runs in win over Niagara (Feb. 26) ... put together a season-best nine-game hitting streak from March 9-21, capped by recording multiple hits in 4-of-5 games (two vs. Columbia - March 16-17 and two vs. Western Carolina - March 20-21) ... rebounded from backto-back hitless outings (one of only four times it occurred all season) to put together seven-straight multi-hit performances from March 28-April 6 ... scored at least one run in six of the seven multi-hit efforts while leading ASU to a 6-1 record during the stretch ... capped the impressive stretch by collecting a walkoff double into the right-field corner in a 3-2 win over North Carolina A&T (April 6) ... went 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run in win over Davidson (April 11) ... hit second home run of year in win over UNC Greensboro (April 17) ... went 3-for-6 with an RBI and two runs scored in 11-10 win over East Tennessee State (April 21) ... closed the season by hitting safely in eight of the final nine games of the year ... banged out a season-high four hits in SoCon Tournament opener versus College of Charleston, going 4-for-7 with a double, home run and three RBI in 12-11, 11-inning loss ... also displayed one of the SoCon’s top gloves at third base, making several highlight-reel defensive plays throughout the season despite coming into the season touted mainly as a middle infielder ... finished season with a .919 fielding percentage (11 errors in 136 chances) ... played summer ball in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League, appearing in 13 games for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks.

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High School: Ranked by Perfect Game Crosschecker as one of the top 500 recruits in the nation and by Impact Baseball as one of the top 35 players in the state of North Carolina ... hit over .400 all three seasons of his prep career (.453 as a sophomore, .468 as a junior and .483 as a senior) ... named all-state and conference Player of the Year as a senior ... two-time all-conference and all-area honoree ... teamed with fellow Appalachian State freshman Caleb McCann to help lead Northeast Guilford to back-to-back league championships and final game of the 2011 North Carolina 3-A state championship series ... coached by David Lawing ... represented Region 5 in the North Carolina State Games ... participated in the prestigious South Atlantic Border Battle ... played for former Major Leaguer Scott Bankhead with the North Carolina Baseball Academy Golden Spikes, where he was teammates with current Appalachian State teammate Amos Wilmoth. Personal: Full name is Jaylin Malik Davis ... born July 1, 1994 (18 years old) ... son of Tiki Bigelow and Elliot Davis ... majoring in health promotion.

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C • R/R • 5-10 • 185 • SR. • GREENSBORO, N.C./GRIMSLEY 2012: Did not see game action. 2011: Did not see game action. 2010: Did not see game action. High School: All-area and all-conference honoree as a senior. Personal: Full name is Gabriel J. Dimock … majoring in exercise science … member of Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll.

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IF/OF • L/R • 6-1 • 220 • FR. • BOONVILLE, N.C./STARMOUNT High School: Four-year letterwinner earned all-conference recognition three times ... ranked by Impact Baseball as one of the top 25 players in the state of North Carolina ... named team MVP twice ... coached by Mike McCann ... represented Region 7 in the North Carolina State Games ... National Honor Society member ... also earned four letters in basketball ... attended same high school as Appalachian State teammate Tyler Jackson.

High School: Hit .535 with two home runs and 23 RBI as a senior second baseman for one of Florida’s top high-school programs ... named all-state as a senior ... was a four-time all-Dade County honoree (honorable mention as a freshman and sophomore, second team as a junior and first team as a senior) ... stole over 60 bases during prep career ... coached by Ernie Padron.

Personal: Full name is Dillon York Dobson ... born August 21, 1993 (19 years old) ... son of Christy and Rayford Dobson ... uncle, Russ Pardue, played baseball at Wingate from 1997-2000 ... majoring in exercise science ... member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ honor roll.

Personal: Full name is Hector Daniel Crespo ... born Aug. 30, 1991 (21 years old) ... son of Karen and Hector Crespo ... while in high school, started and conducted “Hecky’s Hit and Run,” a donation program in Dade County that collects and delivers new and used baseball equipment to underserved youth programs ... majoring in management.

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CRESPO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2010 .335 54-54 215 55 72 9-3-3 31 31-35 2011 .316 58-58 190 42 60 8-3-1 25 18-26 2012 .308 59-59 234 63 72 16-0-3 23 30-33 Totals .319 171-171 639 160 204 33-6-7 79 79-94

Farmer

LHP • L/L • 6-0 • 210 • JR. • EVANS, GA./GREENBRIER 2012: Made 15 appearances, FARMER’S CAREER HIGHS all out of the bullpen ... struck IP: 4.0 (vs. LaSalle, 3/8/11) Ks: 5 (at Davidson, 4/21/11) out 15 in 15.1 innings of work ... southpaw limited right-handed batters to a .244 average ... allowed just eight hits in 37 at-bats with the bases empty ... only allowed three earned runs over first 10 appearances of the season but surrendered seven earned runs over final five outings, which caused ERA to rise from 2.70 on May 6 to 5.87 at the end of the season ... was credited with only win of the season after turning in 2.1 innings of hitless relief versus Rider (March 4) ... suffered the loss after allowing three runs (two earned) in one-third of an inning during 6-4 setback at No. 3 South Carolina (March 14) ... struck out a season-high three in 2.1 scoreless innings at ETSU (May 2) ... earned academic all-Southern Conference recognition for achievements on the field and in the classroom.

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2011: Assumed a big role on pitching staff as a true freshman, primarily as a southpaw specialist out of the bullpen … made 21 appearances, the fourth most on the staff and nine more than any other ASU freshman … went 2-2 with a 5.08 ERA over 19 relief outings and two starts … two victories were tied for the most on the squad outside of the regular weekend rotation … .211 opponents’ batting average was by far the best for an ASU pitcher with at least 10 innings of work (19 points better than the staff’s next lowest opp. BA) … struck out 38 (fifth-most on team) and allowed just 26 hits in 33.2 innings of work … struggled a bit with control (20 walks,


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two earned runs on 17 hits over 18 innings … highlighted impressive four-start stretch by surrendering just one run on four hits while striking out five over six innings pitched (both career highs) to earn victory over Gardner-Webb (April 15) … pitched well but suffered consecutive tough-luck losses to No. 17 North Carolina (May 17) and Samford (May 28 - SoCon Tournament) … allowed just two runs over five innings in both defeats. 2010: Appeared in three games ... picked up first collegiate victory by limiting Columbia to one run in 2.1 innings of relief (March 17). High School: Two-time all-conference honoree posted a 1.37 ERA and struck out 46 batters in 29 innings of work as a senior ... named team’s Most Improved Player in 2009 ... batted .399 at the plate as a junior ... participated in North Carolina EastWest all-star game ... coached by Mike Valder. Personal: Full name is Tyler Ryne Frankoff ... born July 10, 1991 (21 years old) ... son of Joy and Ricky Frankoff ... father played soccer at NC State and mother played both softball and basketball for the Wolfpack ... brother, Seth, was a pitcher at UNC Wilmington ... Ryne is majoring in accounting.

High School: Was an all-area and all-conference honoree ... struck out 113 batters over his prep career ... earned team’s coaches’ award ... coached by Chris Wilkins.

FRANKOFF’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2010 13.50 1-0 3-0 4.0 11 6 6 2 1 0 2011 3.19 1-2 14-7 36.2 34 18 13 13 20 0 2012 2.95 2-1 19-0 18.1 16 7 6 7 22 1 Totals 3.81 4-3 36-7 59.0 61 31 25 22 43 1

Personal: Full name is Phillip Chad Farmer ... born Sept. 12, 1991 (21 years old) ... son of Lynn and Mike Farmer ... majoring in chemistry ... member of Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll. FARMER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2011 5.08 2-2 21-2 33.2 26 20 19 20 38 0 2012 5.87 1-1 15-0 15.1 16 11 10 10 15 0 Totals 5.33 3-3 36-2 49.0 42 31 29 30 53 0

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William Head

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2012: Made two appearances as a pinch-hitter (March 27 vs. North Carolina A&T and March 31 vs. Oakland) ... was hit by a pitch in first plate appearance of the season versus N.C. A&T ... recorded a putout and an assist defensively at second base.

LHP • L/L • 6-2 • 185 • SR. • APEX, N.C./APEX 2012: Overcame a serious FRANKOFF’S CAREER HIGHS illness that cost him much of IP: 6.0 (vs. Gardner-Webb, 4/13/11) Ks: 6 (vs. Furman, 5/25/12) the first two months of the season to become perhaps the club’s most effective reliever down the stretch ... compiled a 2-1 record in 19 relief appearances ... appeared in 14 of Appalachian State’s final 18 games of the season ... led all Appalachian pitchers with at least 15 appearances with a 2.95 ERA ... surrendered earned runs in just four of his 19 outings ... picked up first win of the season by striking out the only batter he faced in crucial 7-4 victory at Samford (May 12) ... was the winner in Southern Conference championshipclinching win at Western Carolina (May 18), striking out the side in the bottom of the eighth inning to set up Appalachian’s five-run rally in the top of the ninth during 5-4 victory ... worked a season-high 3.2 innings and struck out a career-high six in SoCon Tournament loss to Furman (May 25) ... worked a hitless ninth inning to earn the save in Appalachian’s 5-4 victory over Oklahoma in the opening game of the NCAA Charlottesville Regional (June 2) ... worked a total of four scoreless innings over three appearances at the Charlottesville Regional.

2011: Saw first collegiate action as a late-inning defensive replacement at North Carolina A&T (March 2) … did not make a plate appearance. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Hit .475 with 46 stolen bases as a senior ... totaled 100 steals in his career, good for an Asheville H.S. record ... also holds school records for career onbase percentage and consecutive starts ... was a two-time all-conference selection ... earned all-Western North Carolina recognition as a senior ... participated in the North Carolina East-West all-star game ... coached by Bill Hillier, Jr. ... also lettered in basketball. Personal: Full name is William Edward Head ... born Nov. 3, 1990 (22 years old) ... son of Mary and Drue Head ... majoring in management ... member of Appalachian State athletics‘ academic honor roll. HEAD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2011 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0 2012 .000 2-0 1 0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0 Totals .000 3-0 1 0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0

2011: Excelled as Appalachian State’s midweek starter over the final two months of the season … went 1-2 with a 3.29 ERA (second-lowest among Appalachian pitchers with at least 15 innings) over 14 appearances (seven starts and seven relief appearances) … was especially impressive as a starter, posting a 1.78 ERA and .236 opponents’ batting average in 30.1 innings pitched over seven starts (as opposed to 9.95 ERA and .320 opp. BA in 6.1 IP over seven relief appearances) … did not allow more than two earned runs in any of his seven starts (surrendered three earned in 2-of-7 relief appearances) … earned starting role with three-straight scoreless outings out of the bullpen versus Elon (March 13), High Point (March 15) and Wake Forest (March 29) … gave up just one hit over 2.1 scoreless innings in first start at East Tennessee State (April 6) … was spectacular over next four starts, allowing just 12


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2012: Made 52 starts at third HOLMES’ CAREER HIGHS base ... did not see action in Hits: 4 (vs. Rider, 3/4/12) Runs: 3 (vs. The Citadel, 3/16/12) the first four games of the RBI: 4 (vs. Rider, 3/3/12) season but was inserted in the starting lineup on Feb. 25 at LSU and started 52 of the season’s final 55 contests ... solidified his spot in the everyday lineup with outstanding defense in Appalachian State’s two wins at No. 7 LSU (Feb. 25-26) ... drove in a run during 11-1 win in series finale at LSU ... collected eight hits (including four doubles), drove in six runs and scored four more during three-game stretch from March 3-7 (two wins vs. Rider, win vs. Duke) ... combined to got 4-for-9 with two doubles in two wins over Duke (March 7 and 13) ... hit safely in all three games, drove in two runs and scored four more in three-game series sweep over The Citadel (March 16-18) ... raised batting average from .194 to .248 by collecting 13 hits during a 12-game stretch from April 14-May 5 ... had four multi-hit games during the 12-game stretch, highlighted by a 3-for-4 performance with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored in win over Furman (April 21) ... hit safely in all four NCAA Regional games ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI and run scored during 5-4 win over No. 23 Oklahoma (June 2) ... went 1-for-3 with an RBI and run scored in 6-5 win over No. 15 Virginia (June 3) ... had another 1-for-3 effort with an RBI and run scored during loss to OU in opening game of Charlottesville Regional championship round.

High School: Four-year letterwinner hit .400 with 20 home runs, 90 RBI and 1.14 ERA on the mound during his prep career, highlighted by .541 batting average as a senior ... named all-state and conference and county Player of the Year as a senior ... fourtime all-conference and all-county honoree ... three-time Tuscola Offensive Player of the Year ... named team MVP as a senior ... coached by Caleb McConnell ... was also a four-year football standout ... threw for 2,000 yards and rushed for 1,700 during prep career ... named team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior and was a two-time all-conference and three-time all-county selection. Personal: Full name is Robert Barrett Howard ... born Nov. 23, 1993 (19 years old) ... son of Patricia and Timothy Howard ... is the youngest of three siblings ... majoring in marketing with a sports marketing minor.

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C • R/R • 5-11 • 205 • FR. • CHARLOTTE, N.C./ARDREY KELL High School: Three-year letterwinner ... played at Ardrey Kell for legendary North Carolina high-school coach Hal Bagwell, an Appalachian State alumnus that also coached former Mountaineers David Rubinstein and Matt Andress at South Mecklenburg and current Appalachian State teammates Alex Leach and Preston Tiller.

2011: Appeared in 14 games as a true freshman, making five starts at third base … opened the season platooning at third base with junior Zack Briggs but saw playing time decrease as the upperclassman became one of Appalachian State’s top hitters … opened career by going 2-for-4 with a double, walk and run scored versus Maryland-Eastern Shore (Feb. 19) … drew a walk and scored a run after entering as a defensive replacement at The Citadel (March 5) … went 1-for-1 with a run scored after entering games versus Elon (March 13) and Georgia Southern (May 21).

Personal: Full name is Zachary Daniel Hummel ... born April 23, 1994 (turns 19 during season) ... son of Susan and Mark Hummel ... brother, Steven, was a pitcher at Davidson ... also has a twin brother, Brian ... majoring in business ... member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ honor roll.

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High School: Earned all-America recognition from Max Preps as a senior ... also named to all-state and all-Charlotte Observer teams following senior campaign ... 2010 North Piedmont Conference Player of the Year ... three-time all-conference selection ... helped lead East Rowan to North Carolina 3A state championship as a senior and 3A state championship series (state runner-up) as a sophomore ... high-school teammate of current Appalachian State teammate Preston Troutman ... coached by Brian Hightower ... helped lead Rowan County American Legion team (coached by Jim Gantt) to third-place finish at 2009 American Legion World Series ... hit .411 over three-year American Legion career … also played for South Charlotte Panthers (coach Don Hutchins), the same program as current Appalachian players Alex Leach, Jamie Nunn, Jeffrey Springs, Preston Tiller and Tyler Zupcic, as well as former Mountaineer standouts and 2012 MLB Draft selections Ryan Arrowood and Tyler Tewell.

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LHP • L/L • 6-4 • 230 • SR. • JONESVILLE, N.C./STARMOUNT 2012: Made two relief apJACKSON’S CAREER HIGHS IP: 6.1 (2X, last vs. Furman, 4/3/10) pearances ... did not allow Ks: 9 (at Georgia Southern, 3/13/10) a run over two innings ... worked a perfect inning in win over Rider (March 3) ... allowed a hit but recorded only strikeout of the season in an inning versus Oakland (March 31). 2011: Appeared in five games, all in relief … struggled with control, walking seven batters and hitting one more in seven innings … held opposition scoreless in 3-of-5 appearances (Feb. 20 at Maryland-Eastern Shore, Feb. 26 at No. 20 Miami (Fla.) and March 12 vs. Elon) … did not allow a hit over two shutout innings against UMES … had a strikeout in a scoreless inning at Miami … struck out a season-high three in 2.2 innings at The Citadel (March 5) … worked a scoreless inning in a one-run loss to Elon (March 12).

Personal: Full name is Noah Christopher Holmes ... born Nov. 24, 1991 (21 years old) ... son of Leslie and Jimmy Holmes ... older brother, Trey, was Appalachian State’s starting first baseman from 2011-12 ... father, Jimmy, played football at Catawba ... enjoys hunting and snowboarding ... majoring in recreation management. HOLMES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2011 .190 14-5 21 4 4 1-0-0 0 0-0 2012 .241 52-52 170 29 41 9-0-1 22 0-0 Totals .236 66-57 191 33 45 10-0-1 22 0-0

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2010: Spent his entire freshman campaign as a member of Appalachian State’s weekend rotation ... appeared in 15 games with 13 starts ... led qualifying Appalachian pitchers (min. 57.0 IP) with 5.34 ERA and .279 opponents’ batting average ... southpaw was especially effective against left-handers, who hit just .212 against him for the season ... struggled a bit with control, walking 39 while striking out 43 ... started career with a pair of relief appearances due to two-game series to start the season and emergency outing out of the bullpen when starter Jordan Jessup suffered an injury early in the win over Marist (Feb. 27) ... earned first-career win in first-career start, allowing two runs over 5.0 innings in victory over Rider (March 6) ... struck out nine, walked none and retired final 13 batters he faced against Georgia Southern (March 13) but was saddled with first-career loss in 5-2 setback ... suffered second loss the following week against Western Carolina (March 20), allowing eight runs (five earned) and striking out none in 2.1 innings of work ... did not figure in the decision in any of his next six outings, despite three quality starts (at least 6.0 IP and three earned runs or fewer) ... turned in another quality start against Elon (May 8) with three runs on seven hits and five strikeouts over six innings but suffered another tough-luck loss to fall to 1-3 .... split final two starts of the regular season, falling to College of Charleston (May 16 - 3.2 IP, 3 H, 4 R, 4 BB, 3 K) and winning at Wofford (3.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 K) ... got the starting assignment in SoCon Tournament opener against College of Charleston (May 26), allowing six runs (five earned) and walking five in just two innings, but did not figure into the decision for the ninth time in 15 starts.


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posting an even lower 0.88 ERA as a senior, to go along with 8-3 record, 128 strikeouts, 21 walks and 30 hits allowed in 56 innings ... tossed a no-hitter in a 1-0 win over Surry County as a senior, striking out 20 and walking none in 1-0, eight-inning victory ... was also Starmount’s leading hitter as a senior with a .411 average, three home runs and 14 RBI ... a two-time all-state, Mountain Valley Athletic Conference Player of the Year and Tri-County Player of the Year honoree ... earned all-conference recognition three times ... represented Region 7 in 2008 State Games ... coached by Mike McCann ... also earned all-conference recognition in basketball ... attended same high school as Appalachian State teammate Dillon Dobson.

High School: Hit .420 as a junior and .380 as a senior at Charlotte Christian H.S. ... earned honorable-mention all-conference recognition as a junior ... coached by Greg Simmons ... was also a football standout as a quarterback, throwing for 2,000 yards and accounting for 20 touchdowns as a senior ... named Charlotte Christian’s Most Valuable Offensive Player on the gridiron. Personal: Full name is John Alexander Kincaid ... born Oct. 24, 1991 (21 years old) ... son of Susan and Bill Kincaid ... is actively involved in Appalachian State’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Campus Crusade for Christ ... enjoys playing golf ... majoring in construction management with a business minor.

Personal: Full name is Tyler Scott Jackson ... born April 18, 1991 (turns 22 during season) ... son of Sharon and Scott Jackson ... outdoors enthusiast enjoys fishing, biking, swimming, camping and hunting ... majoring in Spanish.

KINCAID’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2012 .333 5-0 3 1 1 0-0-0 0 0-0

JACKSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2010 5.34 2-4 15-13 64.0 69 45 38 39 43 0 2011 7.71 0-0 5-0 7.0 8 6 6 7 5 0 2012 0.00 0-0 2-0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 5.42 2-4 22-13 73.0 78 51 44 46 49 0

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2012: Appeared in 14 games LEACH’S CAREER HIGHS with two early-season starts Hits: 1 (5X, last at WCU, 5/18/12) Runs: 2 (vs. Rider, 3/3/12) in right field (Feb. 18 vs. Akron and March 3 vs. Rider) RBI: 3 (vs. Rider, 3/3/12) ... had only five hits in 19 atbats on the season but three of the five hits went for extra bases (two doubles and a home run) ... drove in six runs in his 19 at-bats ... notched a double, two walks, two runs scored and three RBI in win over Rider (March 3) ... had a pinch-hit double and scored a run in win over Davidson (March 10) ... hit a pinch-hit home run in win over North Carolina A&T (March 27) ... drove in a run with a sacrifice fly against Furman (April 21) ... had perhaps Appalachian State’s biggest hit of the year with a pinchhit RBI single that sparked the Mountaineers’ five-run rally in the top of the ninth inning in their 5-4 Southern Conference championship-clinching win at Western Carolina (May 18).

Zach Joyce

LHP • R/L • 6-0 • 200 • SR. • LEXINGTON, N.C./NORTH DAVIDSON 2012: Made six appearances JOYCE’S CAREER HIGHS out of the bullpen ... allowed IP: 3.1 (vs. C. of Charleston, 5/15/10) Ks: 4 (at The Citadel, 3/4/11) only one earned run on the season, including none over his final five outings ... limited opponents to a .182 batting average (2-for-11) with runners on base (worked a perfect inning at No. 3 South Carolina (March 14). 2011: Made 19 appearances out of the bullpen … used primarily against left-handed batters … exhibited some of the best raw talent on the staff with 14 strikeouts in just 16.1 innings of work but struggled with control (11 walks, 1 HBP) and allowed opponents to hit at a .323 clip … held opponents scoreless for 12 of his 19 outings, including 7-of-8 to start the year … highlighted early success by getting four of his five outs via strikeouts in 1.2 scoreless innings at The Citadel (March 4) … pitched in both ends of a doubleheader versus Cornell (March 25) and did not allow a run over a combined inning of work … was saddled with loss in only decision of the year when he walked the only batter he faced at East Tennessee State (April 6) … struck out three in two innings versus Gardner-Webb (April 13) … turned in perhaps his finest outing of the season at North Carolina (May 17), working around three walks to toss 1.2 scoreless, hitless innings versus the 17th-ranked Tar Heels.

High School: Hit .400 as a senior and .318 as a junior for one of North Carolina’s top prep programs … earned all-conference recognition as a senior in the Southwest 4-A Conference, one of the state’s top prep leagues … helped lead squad to N.C. 4-A state championship as a sophomore, state championship series as a junior and sectional finals as a senior … served as team captain as a senior … ranked among North Carolina’s top 30 players and nation’s top 500 players by PG Crosschecker ... listed as one of North Carolina’s top 50 players by ImpactScout.com … coached by Appalachian State alum Hal Bagwell, who also coached recent Mountaineer standouts Matt Andress and David Rubinstein at South Mecklenburg and current Appalachian teammates Zach Hummel and Preston Tiller at Ardrey Kell … also played for South Charlotte Panthers (coach Don Hutchins), the same program as current Appalachian players Noah Holmes, Jamie Nunn, Jeffrey Springs, Preston Tiller and Tyler Zupcic, as well as former Mountaineer standouts and 2012 MLB Draft selections Ryan Arrowood and Tyler Tewell.

2010: Appeared in 12 games, all out of the bullpen ... did not surrender a base hit in six of the 12 outings ... held opponents to a .250 batting average with runners on base (7-for-28) ... turned in three-straight hitless outings from March 16-April 14, capped by striking out two in two innings in win over High Point (April 14) ... recorded 1.1 hitless innings in two appearances against Elon (May 8-9).

Personal: Full name is Alexander William Leach … born Dec. 5, 1992 (20 years old) … son of Maureen and Willard Leach … major is undecided.

High School: Hit .440 with eight home runs and 23 RBI as a senior, en route to all-state honors ... named North Davidson’s MVP and top offensive player following senior campaign ... two-time all-conference selection ... coached by Mike Meadows ... attended same high school as current Appalachian State teammate Clyde Tate.

LEACH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2012 .263 14-2 19 5 5 2-0-1 6 0-0

Personal: Full name is Zachary Ryan Joyce ... born Sept. 23, 1991 (21 years old) ... son of Shannon and Steve Joyce ... majoring in communication studies. JOYCE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2010 8.76 0-0 12-0 12.1 15 12 12 10 13 0 2011 5.51 0-1 19-0 16.1 21 10 10 11 14 0 2012 2.08 0-0 6-0 4.1 5 2 1 3 2 0 Totals 6.27 0-1 37-0 33.0 41 24 23 24 29 0

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Leach

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Leach

Kincaid

OF • L/L • 6-0 • 160 • SO. • CHARLOTTE, N.C./CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN 2012: Saw action in five KINCAID’S CAREER HIGHS games as a reserve ... drew a Hits: 1 (vs. Oakland, 3/31/12) walk and scored a run in win Runs: 1 (vs. Rider, 3/3/12) over Rider (March 3) ... made RBI: N/A two putouts in the next game versus Rider (March 4) ... notched first-career hit with a double versus Oakland (March 31). 14


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McCann

LHP • L/L • 6-3 • 245 • SR. • ROYAL PALM BEACH, FLA./INDIAN RIVER ST. COLL.

RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 220 • FR. • McLEANSVILLE, N.C./NE GUILFORD

2012: Held down the No. 3 MARCELLO’S CAREER HIGHS spot in weekend rotation for IP: 8.1 (at LSU, 2/26/12) entire season ... allowed only Ks: 8 (at Wofford, 4/29/12) one home run over 16 starts and 83.0 innings pitched ... was one of only three qualifying Southern Conference pitchers that allowed one or fewer home runs on the season ... was part of two shutouts ... southpaw was especially effective against right-handed hitters, allowing righties to hit only .253 (60-for-237) against him ... earned the win in his Appalachian State debut, allowing only two hits over five scoreless innings in 4-1 win over Akron (Feb. 18) ... turned in one of the most memorable pitching performances in Appalachian State history when he held No. 7 LSU scoreless for 8.1 innings in a series-clinching 11-1 victory ... surrendered just three singles in the sterling performance against LSU and left to a standing ovation from the Alex Box Stadium crowd after allowing a one-out single in the top of the ninth (the runner came around to score after Marcello left the game to saddle him with his first earned run as a Mountaineer) ... honored as the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Month for February after going 2-0 with a 0.68 ERA in 13.1 innings over his first two starts of the year ... did not figure in the decision in his next two starts despite allowing just two earned runs over nine total innings versus Rider (March 4) and Davidson (March 11) ... ran his record to 3-0 by allowing three runs over seven innings in 7-6 win over The Citadel (March 18) ... hit a rough mid-season patch by allowing 20 earned runs over his next four starts, going 1-3 during the stretch ... rebounded to turn in 13-consecutive scoreless innings over his next two starts, wins over Furman (April 21) and Wofford (April 29) that ran his record to 6-3 on the season ... struggled down the stretch, surrendering at least four earned runs in each of his final five starts and not going more than five innings in any of the five outings, finishing with a 6-5 overall record ... ERA ballooned from 3.66 going into May to 5.31 at the end of the season.

High School: Three-time all-conference honoree ... earned second-team all-area recognition as a junior, when he helped lead Northeast Guilford to the final game of the 2011 North Carolina 3-A state championship series ... in addition to pitching duties, was also a standout middle infielder as a prep ... highschool teammate of fellow Appalachian State freshman Jaylin Davis ... coached by David Lawing ... represented Region 5 in the 2011 N.C. State Games ... played for prestigious Impact Baseball Dirtbags summer team, coached by Andy Partin ... was also a two-time all-conference performer in football.

Previous College: Won 10 games with a sub-4.50 ERA and 85 strikeouts over two seasons at Indian River State College … named first-team all-conference and team MVP in 2011 after going 6-4 with 53 strikeouts and allowing just 85 hits in 91.1 innings (17 starts) … coached by Mitch Markham.

Personal: Full name is Douglas Alexander Minton ... majoring in athletic training.

Personal: Full name is Caleb James McCann ... born June 22, 1993 (19 years old) ... son of Tammy and David McCann ... twin brother, Jacob, is a tight end on Appalachian State’s football team ... uncle, Phillip Lowdermilk, played baseball at UNC Asheville ... majoring in exercise science ... member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll.

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Minton

C • L/R • 6-3 • 235 • FR. • MILLERS CREEK, N.C./WEST WILKES High School: Was one of the nation’s top high-school power hitters during his prep career ... won home run derbies at both the North Carolina State Games and North Carolina American Legion all-star game ... in addition to the State Games and American Legion all-star game, participated in the prestigious East Coast Pro Showcase in 2011 ... all-conference and all-county honoree ... was a part of West Wilkes’ N.C. 1-A state championship as a sophomore in 2010 but missed much of the season due to injury ... coached by Ben Welborn and Drew Ward ... attended same high school as fellow Appalachian State catcher Josh Zumbrook.

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High School: Four-year letterwinner … coached by his brother, Douglas Marcello … also played for Diamond Vision Elite (coach Chad Upson) Personal: Full name is Robert William Marcello, Jr. … born Oct. 16, 1990 (22 years old) … son of Susan Marcello … majoring in criminal justice … aspires for a career in coaching. MARCELLO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2012 5.31 6-5 16-16 83.0 83 52 49 30 48 0

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Moore

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Nunn

RHP • R/R • 6-5 • 220 • SR. • BANNER ELK, N.C./WATAUGA

RHP • R/R • 6-2 • 210 • S0. • WINSTON-SALEM, N.C./MOUNT TABOR

2012: Served as one of MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS IP: 2.2 (vs. Davidson, 3/9/12) the primary setup men for record-setting closer Nathan Ks: 3 (vs. Wake Forest, 3/29/11) Hyatt ... made 29 appearances (all out of the bullpen), good for second on the team and a tie for 12th in the Southern Conference ... allowed just one home run and seven extra-base hits in 29.0 IP ... right-hander was particularly tough against left-handed hitters, who managed just six hits in 23 at-bats against him (.261 avg.) ... campaign was a tale of two seasons ... allowed just one earned run over first 11 appearances of the season, including a stretch of 10-straight scoreless outings that dropped ERA to 0.61 on March 17 ... however, he surrendered at least one earned run in eight of his final 18 appearances of the season and ERA ballooned to 5.28 at the end of the campaign ... closed the season on a high note, working 1.1 perfect innings in season-ending loss to No. 23 Oklahoma (June 4).

2012: Named to Louisville NUNN’S CAREER HIGHS Slugger freshman all-America IP: 6.0 (2X, last vs. High Point, 4/24/12) Ks: 8 (at Duke, 3/13/12) team by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper ... member of Southern Conference all-freshman squad ... made 23 appearances as a freshman, including six mid-week starts ... was a part of a team-high three shutouts ... struck out 45 and walked only 16 in 46.2 innings pitched ... had multiple strikeouts in 12 of 23 appearances ... had his coming-out party in fourth appearance and second start of his career, when he struck out eight and allowed only an unearned run on three hits over six innings in a 6-3 win at Duke (March 13) ... the win over Duke was the second outing in a stretch of 11-straight appearances in which he allowed one earned run or less ... ran record to 3-0 by picking up wins in back-to-back appearances versus North Carolina A&T (5.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R — March 27) and Oakland (2.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R — March 31) ... moved to 4-0 by limiting High Point to one run on four hits over six innings (April 24) ... went to 5-0 by tossing 2.1 innings of relief in key win over Samford (May 13) ... perhaps ran out of gas down the stretch as a freshman, allowing multiple earned runs in six of his final 10 outings ... ERA rose from 1.50 entering May to 4.24 at season’s end ... suffered only losses of the season on the final weekend of the regular season at Western Carolina (May 17 and 19).

2011: Became an ultra-valuable arm out of the bullpen down the stretch … allowed only one run and four hits in 12 appearances on the season (13.0 innings), good for a minuscule 0.69 ERA and .100 opponents’ batting average … three of the four hits and the only run he surrendered came in one appearance, a two-inning stint versus Western Carolina (May 9) … appeared in just six games over the first three months of the season but did not allow a hit during that stretch, which spanned 5.2 innings … after allowing a run on three hits vs. WCU, closed the season with five-straight scoreless outings … was especially impressive against Georgia Southern (May 20), allowing just one hit and striking out two over 2.1 shutout innings to earn the first win of his career … retired the only batter he faced at the SoCon Tournament (May 25 vs. Samford).

High School: Two-time all-conference and all-county honoree … excelled both on the mound and at the plate during prep career, posting a 2.81 ERA as a senior and 1.70 ERA as a junior while hitting .300 both years … named team’s Most Vaulable Defensive Player as a junior and senior and received Pitcher’s Award as a freshman and sophomore … ranked among North Carolina’s top 35 players by ImpactScout. com … coached by Mike Lovelace … also played for South Charlotte Panthers (coach Don Hutchins), the same program as current Appalachian players Noah Holmes, Alex Leach, Jeffrey Springs, Preston Tiller and Tyler Zupcic, as well as former Mountaineer standouts and 2012 MLB Draft selections Ryan Arrowood and Tyler Tewell … was ranked No. 2 academically among 400 students in his graduating class.

2010: Did not appear in any games as he continued to rehabilitate from injury. 2009: Appeared in just one game, tossing one-third of an inning at Wake Forest (Feb. 24) ... missed the rest of the season with a shoulder injury and received a medical redshirt.

Personal: Full name is James Foster Nunn … born Oct. 29, 1992 (20 years old) … son of Christy and Lee Nunn … enjoys playing drums and wakeboarding … majoring in chemistry … plans to attend medical school … member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll. NUNN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2012 4.24 5-2 23-6 46.2 49 28 22 16 45 0

High School: Local product was Watauga High School’s Pitcher of the Year in 2008 ... named to George Whitfield Tournament all-tournament team ... coached by Appalachian State Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Pete Hardee. Personal: Full name is Tyler David Moore ... born Feb. 4, 1990 (23 years old) ... son of Jennifer and Tom Moore ... father is a local minister ... enjoys playing guitar ... majoring in communication studies ... member of Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll.

Nunn

MOORE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2009 108.00 0-0 1-0 0.1 3 4 4 1 1 0 2010 — DID NOT PLAY — 2011 0.69 1-0 12-0 13.0 4 1 1 7 9 0 2012 5.28 3-2 29-0 29.0 33 17 17 11 18 1 Totals 4.68 4-2 42-0 42.1 40 22 22 19 28 1

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Tate

IF • L/R • 6-0 • 190 • SO. • CORAL SPRINGS, FLA./PINE CREST

RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 185 • FR. • LEXINGTON, N.C./NORTH DAVIDSON

2012: Appeared in 11 games PIERSON’S CAREER HIGHS as a reserve as a true freshHits: 2 (vs. Davidson, 3/11/12) Runs: 1 (vs. Davidson, 3/11/12) man ... was productive in limited opportunities, going RBI: 1 (2X, last vs. Davidson, 3/11/12) 3-for-6 with two RBI ... went 1-for-2 with an RBI single in collegiate debut versus Rider (March 3) ... turned in one of the highlights of Appalachian State’s historic season when he entered the game as a pinch-runner versus Davidson (March 11) and wound up going 2-for-2 at the plate, including a walk-off RBI single in the 10th inning of a 5-4 triumph.

High School: Ranked by Perfect Game Crosschecker as one of the nation’s top right-handed pitching prospects ... tabbed as North Carolina’s No. 34 recruit by PG Crosschecker and a top 30 prospect in N.C. by Impact Baseball ... coached by Mike Meadows ... played at same high school as Appalachian State teammate Zach Joyce. Personal: Full name is Clyde William Tate ... majoring in sustainable development.

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RHP • R/R • 5-10 • 185 • SO. • MOORESVILLE, N.C./LAKE NORMAN

High School: Hit .551 with eight doubles, eight home runs, 27 RBI, 41 runs scored and .667 on-base percentage as a senior … hit .422 with six home runs and 33 stolen bases as a junior … named first-team all-Broward County as a senior and honorable-mention all-county in the prep baseball hotbed as a sophomore and junior … tabbed as the 2011 district Player of the Year … owns 10 school records (single-season and career batting average, single-season and career runs, career total bases, career pitching appearances and single-season and career assists) … coached by his father, Glen Pierson.

2012: Made one appearance as a true freshman, allowing one run on two hits over 2.0 IP versus Rider (March 4). High School: Named 2011 Iredell-Mecklenburg Conference Pitcher of the Year … earned all-conference recognition as a junior and senior … helped lead squad to 2009 North Carolina 3-A state championship as a sophomore … was the starting pitcher for the third and decisive game of the state championship series … represented Mid-Atlantic Region at 2010 Team USA trials … coached by Robert Little … member of Carolina’s Baseball Center summer program (coached by Jeff Schaefer), where he was a greater Charlotte Hot Stove Pitcher of the Year nominee … named 2011 Area III N.C. American Legion allstar while playing for Mooresville Post 66.

Personal: Full name is Michael Glen Pierson … born May 3, 1992 (turns 21 during season) … son of Cristina and Glen Pierson … majoring in marketing … member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll. PIERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2012 .500 11-0 6 1 3 0-0-0 2 0-0

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Taylor Thurber

Personal: Full name is Edward Taylor Thurber … born July 29, 1993 (19 years old) … son of Lesia and Danny Thurber … enjoys fishing and playing bass guitar … majoring in computer information systems.

Springs

THURBER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2012 4.50 0-0 1-0 2.0 2 1 1 0 0 0

LHP • L/L • 6-1 • 185 • S0. • BELMONT, N.C./SOUTH POINT 2012: Made 12 appearances SPRINGS’ CAREER HIGHS as a true freshman, including IP: 5.2 (vs. Oklahoma, 6/4/12) four starts that came primar- Ks: 4 (2X, last vs. Oklahoma, 6/4/12) ily in a mid-week role ... did not allow a home run in 30 innings of work ... began career with a bang, striking out seven over six innings in collegiate debut against Akron (Feb. 18) and first-career start at North Carolina A&T (Feb. 28) ... limited Duke to two runs in five innings to earn first collegiate win (March 7) ... struck out the side in one inning of work against Furman (April 20) ... picked up second win by holding GardnerWebb to one run on three hits over three innings (May 15) ... struck out three in 1.2 perfect innings against Samford at Southern Conference Tournament (May 24) ... got the start in Appalachian State’s winner-takes-all matchup versus No. 23 Oklahoma in the final game of the NCAA Charlottesville Regional (June 4) ... worked a season-high 5.2 innings against OU but surrendered five runs and suffered the first loss of his career in the season finale.

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Tiller

OF • R/R • 5-8 • 185 • FR. • CHARLOTTE, N.C./ARDREY KELL High School: Four-year letterwinner earned all-conference recognition as a junior and senior ... three-time Perfect Game Crosschecker all-American ... hit a team-best .360 with a .527 on-base percentage, 33 runs scored, three doubles, three triples, three home runs and 18 steals as a senior ... helped Ardrey Kell win 2009 North Carolina 4-A state championship as a freshman ... coached by Appalachian State alum Hal Bagwell, who also coached recent Mountaineer standouts Matt Andress and David Rubinstein at South Mecklenburg and current Appalachian teammates Zach Hummel and Alex Leach at Ardrey Kell ... also played for South Charlotte Panthers (coach Don Hutchins), the same program as current Appalachian players Noah Holmes, Jamie Nunn, Jeffrey Springs and Tyler Zupcic, as well as former Mountaineer standouts and 2012 MLB Draft selections Ryan Arrowood and Tyler Tewell ... represented North Carolina twice in the South Atlantic Border Battle.

High School: Named 2011 North Carolina 3-A Player of the Year after going 11-0 with a 1.20 ERA and 150 stirkeouts and helping lead squad to state championship as a senior … MVP of 2011 N.C. 3-A state championship series … earned all-state recognition as a senior and all-conference accolades as a junior and senior … team MVP … also hit .405 during final prep campaign … posted 1.70 ERA and hit .300 as a junior … ranked among North Carolina’s top 35 players by ImpactScout.com ...coached by Jason Lineberger … also played for South Charlotte Panthers (coach Don Hutchins), the same program as current Appalachian players Noah Holmes, Alex Leach, Jamie Nunn, Preston Tiller and Tyler Zupcic, as well as former Mountaineer standouts and 2012 MLB Draft selections Ryan Arrowood and Tyler Tewell … went 7-0 with a 1.80 ERA, one save, 11 pickoffs and 57 strikeouts in 62 innings for the Panthers in 2010 … was a member of National Honor Society and Beta Club off the field.

Personal: Full name is Preston Lee Tiller ... born Aug. 17, 1993 (19 years old) ... son of Vicki and Vance Tiller ... enjoys hunting and fishing ... majoring in health promotion with a minor in nutrition.

Personal: Full name is Jeffrey Scott Springs … born Sept. 20, 1992 (20 years old) … son of Debbie and Wayne Springs … major is undecided … member of Dean’s List and Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll.

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SPRINGS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2012 4.80 2-1 12-5 30.0 35 17 16 19 22 0

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Troutman

OF • L/R • 5-9 • 185 • JR. • ROCKWELL, N.C./EAST ROWAN 2012: Played in 51 games TROUTMAN’S CAREER HIGHS as Appalachian State’s Hits: 3 (3X, last at ETSU, 5/2/12) Runs: 3 (vs. Cornell, 3/25/11) primary left fielder, making RBI: 3 (3X, last vs. Furman, 4/20/12) 46 starts (41 in LF, five in CF) ... struggled at the plate for the first two months of the season but rebounded with a huge second half of the campaign to finish with a .295 batting average ... was hitting just .203 going into play on April 15 but hit safely in 21-of-25 games to close the campaign ... had nine multi-hit performances in the final 25 games of the season ... broke out of the earlyseason slump in a big way by going 2-for-3 with two walks, two runs scored and three RBI in win over Furman on April 20 ... went 5-for-10 with two doubles, six RBI and three runs scored during a three-game stretch from April 21-28 ... was 3-for-4 with another double and RBI in loss at ETSU (May 2) ... opened NCAA Charlottesville Regional with three-straight two-hit games, en route to be named to the regional’s all-tournament team ... hit .347 (25-for-72) with runners on base and .388 (19-for-49) with runners in scoring position on the season ... had a lofty .340 batting average (18-for-53 with two outs ... 12 of his 25 RBI came with two outs.

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Wilmoth

RHP • 6-1 • 185 • FR. • KING, N.C./WEST STOKES High School: Four-year letterwinner ... two-time all-conference honoree ... went 10-2 with a 1.50 ERA, 79 strikeouts and 11 walks as a senior ... was 10-2 with a 1.89 ERA, 64 strikeouts and 10 walks as a junior ... a two-way standout, he also hit over .300 with 21 doubles, 10 home runs and 72 RBI during his high-school career ... represented Region 5 in the 2011 N.C. State Games ... coached by Kirk Goodson ... also played for former Major Leaguer Scott Bankhead with the North Carolina Baseball Academy Golden Spikes, where he was teammates with current Appalachian State teammate Jaylin Davis.

2011: Expected to serve mainly a reserve role as a true freshman, Troutman burst on to the scene to start 40 games and earn Southern Conference all-freshman recognition … hit .275 in 48 games (including 40 starts in left field) … tied for team lead and for 12th in SoCon with three triples … drew 25 walks and finished third on squad with .395 on-base percentage … tied for team lead with three outfield assists and made several acrobatic defensive plays in left field … made just one error in 73 chances, good for a .986 fielding percentage … came off the bench to make first eight appearances of the season, going 0-for-2 with two runs scored … was inserted in the starting lineup on March 12 versus Elon and never relinquished the role … went 2-for-3 with a walk and a double in second start versus Elon (March 13) … hit safely in four-straight games from March 25-April 2, going 7-for-14 to raise batting average to a season-high .355 … began the stretch by going 2-for-3 with a walk and three runs scored versus Cornell (March 25) … followed with a 2-for-4 performance that included an RBI double versus Wake Forest (March 29) … capped the impressive run by going 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI triple versus Wofford (April 2) … went 2-for-3 at East Tennessee State (April 6), 2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored at Furman (April 9) and 2-for-4 with a run versus Samford (April 15) … scored at least one run in five-consecutive games from April 13-19 … put together a season-best five-game hitting steak from April 19-26, hitting .316 (6-for-19) during the streak … most impressive performance during the five-game hitting streak was 2-for-4 effort with a double, triple and two runs scored at Davidson (April 23) … blasted Western Carolina for back-to-back two-hit, three-RBI performances (May 7-8) … scored two runs in first of two two-hit efforts against WCU … named SoCon Hitter of the Week after hitting .571 with six runs versus ETSU (May 4) and WCU (May 7-8) … went 2-for-5 with an RBI triple in 8-5 win at College of Charleston (May 14) … drove in a pair of runs and scored another the next day at CofC … drove in a run and walked twice at No. 17 North Carolina (May 17) … had five hits in the final five games of the season, including a 2-for-5 effort with a run scored in SoCon Tournament victory over Furman (May 27) that sent Appalachian State to the tournament semifinals for the second-straight year.

Personal: Full name is Amos Jackson Wilmoth ... born Feb. 2, 1993 (19 years old) ... son of Cathy and Dennis Wilmoth ... grandfather, Howard Wilmoth, was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals but decided to forego a professional baseball career to work on the family farm ... uncle, Jim Wilmoth, played basketball at Gardner-Webb ... Amos is majoring in apporpriate technology ... member of Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll ... plans to continue tradition of working on family farm following graduation.

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Josh Wilson

RHP • R/R • 5-11 • 175 • SR. • EDGEFIELD, S.C./SPARTANBURG METHODIST COLL. 2012: Made 10 appearances WILSON’S CAREER HIGHS out of the bullpen in his IP: 2.0 (vs. George Mason, 2/17/12) Ks: 2 (vs. George Mason, 2/17/12) first season at Appalachian State ... finished with seven strikeouts and just two walks in 9.2 innings of work ... surrendered earned runs in each of his first three outings but only allowed runs in one of his final seven appearance of the campaign ... allowed one run in two innings and was saddled with the loss in the season-opener versus George Mason (Feb. 17) ... worked a perfect inning to contribute to shutout win over North Carolina A&T (March 27) ... made just one appearance after March 31. Previous College: Went 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA in 13 appearances as a sophomore at Spartanburg Methodist College in 2011 … struck out 20 and walked only nine in 20 innings … also hit .275 in 80 at-bats … coached by Tim Wallace.

High School: Hit over .400 in each of his final two high-school seasons ... earned all-conference and all-county recognition both years ... coached by Brian Hightower ... high-school teammate of current Appalachian State teammates Noah Holmes ... versatile athlete also lettered in football and basketball ... didn’t play football until senior year but registered 650 receiving yards and was named all-conference and all-county.

High School: Four-year letterwinner … all-region honoree … named team’s best defensive player … participated in 2009 South Carolina North-South all-star game … coached by Brent Wilder. Personal: Full name is Josh Chandler Wilson … born Sept. 20, 1990 (22 years old) … son of Gayle and Eddie Wilson … enjoys fishing … majoring in health promotion with a minor in sociology … aspires for a career in coaching or physical therapy.

Personal: Full name is Preston Lane Troutman ... born Aug. 8, 1992 (20 years old) ... son of Karen and Allen Troutman ... is one of four children (has an older sister and brother and younger brother) ... majoring in health promotion.

WILSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2012 5.59 0-1 10-0 9.2 15 7 6 2 7 0

TROUTMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2011 .275 48-40 138 25 38 5-3-0 16 3-7 2012 .295 51-46 156 20 46 8-3-0 25 3-5 Totals .286 99-86 294 45 84 13-6-0 41 6-12

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Zumbrook

OF • R/R • 6-1 • 210 • JR. • WILKESBORO, N.C./WEST WILKES 2012: Appeared in two games as a pinch-hitter ... recorded first collegiate hit and RBI with run-scoring double in win over Rider (March 3).

2011: Led team in a plethora of offensive categories, including batting average (.350 — sixth in SoCon), hits (77 — tied for ninth in SoCon), runs (47 — t-14th in SoCon), on-base percentage (.434 — 11th in SoCon) and multi-hit games (25) … tied for second on team with 32 walks (t-12th in SoCon) and .455 slugging percentage … ranked third on team with 14 doubles (t-21st in SoCon), 29 RBI and 15 stolen bases (t-15th in SoCon) … was one of the nation’s top defensive center fielders, displaying great range, making numerous acrobatic catches, fielding at a .993 clip with just one error in 138 chances and tying for the team lead with five outfield assists … played in 57 games, starting all 57 in center field … hit leadoff for much of the season and excelled in the role, reaching base at a team-best .517 clip (46-of-89) when leading off an inning … hit well over .300 against both left- and right-handers … had three hitting streaks of at least six games … opened the season by hitting .533 over first four games (8-for-15) and .400 over the first 11 contests (16-for-40) … doubled in each of the first three games of the year (Feb. 18 and 20 vs. MarylandEastern Shore, Feb. 22 at Gardner-Webb) and scored a run in each of the first four contests … drove in two runs and stole two bases in finale versus UMES … went 3-for-4 at GWU … had two hits and scored a run in series opener at No. 20 Miami (Fla.) (Feb. 24) … put together one of his top all-around performances of the season at North Carolina A&T (March 2), going 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI, two walks, two stolen bases and a career-high five RBI … hit safely in all three games at The Citadel (March 4-5) … drove in at least one run in five-straight games from March 12-18 … hit safely in the final four games of the stretch with three multi-hit efforts … went 0-for-3 but scored two runs and drove in another in series opener versus Elon (March 12) … went 4-for-8 with three RBI, three runs scored and a home run in final two games of Elon series (March 13) … had a three-run double in rainshortened loss at High Point (March 15) … had four hits, four runs, two RBI, two walks and a home run in series at UNC Greensboro (March 18-20) … went 2-for-5 with an RBI versus Cornell (March 24) … had a season-high four hits versus Wofford (April 3), going 4-for-5 with a double and an RBI … went 2-for-2 with two walks, two runs, an RBI and a stolen base versus N.C. A&T (April 5) … doubled and stole a base in 3-for-5 performance versus Samford (April 16) … hit safely in all three games of series sweep at Davidson (April 21-23), including going 2-for-5 with double and run in finale … went 3-for-4 with sacrifice bunt at Radford (April 26) … walked twice, drove in a run and scored another versus N.C. A&T (April 27) … surged at the end of the season, hitting safely in 13 of the final 14 games of the year, including sevenstraight multi-hit games to close out the campaign … began late-season spurt by going 1-for-1 with three walks and two runs scored in win over Western Carolina (May 8) … went 3-for-4 with a walk, two doubles, two runs scored, four RBI and a stolen base in 8-5 win at College of Charleston (May 14) … doubled in all three games of series versus Georgia Southern (May 19-21), going 7-for-12 (.583) with three RBI and four runs scored … highlighted impressive series versus GSU with three RBI and two runs scored in opener … went 2-for-4 in all four SoCon Tournament games … scored four runs and walked three times in addition to hitting .500 at the SoCon Tournament, en route to earning all-tournament recognition.

ZUMBROOK’S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 1 (vs. Rider, 3/3/12) Runs: N/A RBI: 1 (vs. Rider, 3/3/12)

2011: Saw action in three games off the bench … was hitless in three at-bats … saw first career action behind the plate versus Elon (March 13). 2010: Redshirted. High School: Two-time all-state honoree and Northwest 1A Hitter of the Year ... earned all-conference recognition all four years of his prep career ... hit 30 career home runs ... represented Region 7 in the 2008 State Games ... coached by Ben Welborn ... was also a two-time all-conference selection in football ... notched 865 receiving yards as a senior ... attended same high school as fellow Appalachian State catcher Alex Minton. Personal: Full name is Joshua Lee Zumbrook ... born Aug. 14, 1990 (22 years old) ... son of Robbie Caudill ... enjoys mountain biking and snowboarding ... majoring in construction management ... member of Appalachian State athletics’ academic honor roll. ZUMBROOK’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2011 .000 3-0 3 0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0 2012 .333 2-0 3 0 1 1-0-0 1 0-0 Totals .167 5-0 6 0 1 1-0-0 1 0-0

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Zupcic

OF • R/R • 6-2 • 195 • SR. • CHARLOTTE, N.C./PROVIDENCE First-team preseason allSouthern Conference

ZUPCIC’S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 4 (2X, last vs. Wofford, 4/3/11) Runs: 5 (at N.C. A&T, 3/2/11) RBI: 4 (2X, last vs. Furman, 4/20/12)

Career: Ranks fifth in Appalachian State history with 45 career stolen bases, 40 short of the school record of 85 (Will Shellman — 199194) ... ranks seventh in Appalachian State history with 152 career runs, 63 short of the school record of 223 (Wes Hobson — 2007-10) ... ranks ninth in school history with 212 career hits, 106 short of the school record of 318 (Wes Hobson — 2007-10) ... ranks ninth in Appalachian State history with 45 career doubles, 33 short of the school record of 78 (Wes Hobson — 2007-10) ... with seven career triples, needs one to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 ... with 77 career walks, needs nine to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 ... with 164 career games played, needs 15 to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10 ... with 623 career at-bats, needs 16 to move into Appalachian State’s all-time top 10. 2012: Named second-team all-Southern Conference by the league’s coaches and media ... ranked 26th nationally with 1.04 runs per game (56 total runs good for 64th nationally overall) ... ranked 123rd nationally and tied for seventh in SoCon with 17 doubles ... ranked 249th nationally with .338 batting average ... played in 54 games, starting all 54 in center field ... 17 doubles and four triples tied for team lead ... ranked second on club with 56 runs ... was hit by pitch a SoCon-high-tying 14 times ... hit safely in 44-of-54 games ... reached base safely in 49-of-54 games ... elected by his teammates to serve as club’s co-captain as a junior ... tallied only five hits in the first seven games of the tear but four of the five hits went for extra bases (two doubles, two triples) ... went 2-for-5 with three RBI in 11-1 rout at LSU (Feb. 26) 19

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2010: Started 53 games in center field as a true freshman ... ranked sixth on team with .332 batting average ... ranked second on team and tied for 13th in SoCon with 18 stolen bases ... hit safely in 17 of first 21 collegiate games with nine multi-hit performances, giving him a .368 batting average through March ... went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI in second game of his career (Feb. 20 at USC Upstate) and 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI in third game of his career (Feb. 23 at GardnerWebb) ... put together one of two six-game hitting streaks on the season from Feb. 27-March 13, including three-straight multi-hit games versus Rider (2-for-4 on March 6 and 3-for-4 on March 7) and Presbyterian (2-for-4 with two RBI and home run on March 9) ... went 4-for-8 with three stolen bases and two runs scored in two-game series sweep over Columbia (March 16-17) ... drove in four runs over two full games of rain-shortened series versus Western Carolina (March 19-20) ... capped

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that clinched series victory over the No. 7-ranked Tigers ... rebounded from the relatively slow start to put together a season-long 19-game hitting streak from March 2-31 ... hit .351 (27-for-77) during the 19-game hitting streak that spanned the entire month of March ... was hit by pitch three times and scored two runs in series-opening win over College of Charleston (April 6) ... helped Mountaineers clinch the series victory over CofC by going 3-for-3 with a triple, RBI and two runs scored the next day (April 7) ... had 12 hits over six games to help Appalachian State claim pivotal series victories over UNCG (May 4-6) and Samford (May 12-13) ... played a pivotal role in Appalachian’s come-from-behind SoCon championship-clinching 5-4 victory at Western Carolina (May 18) ... went 3-for-4 in the title-clinching run, including an RBI single that pushed across the first run in the five-run top of the ninth inning and scoring the game-tying run later in the frame ... went 1-for-3 with a walk and run scored versus No. 23 Oklahoma in first game of NCAA Charlottesville Regional ... however, Zupcic’s run came at a price, as he sustained severe knee and lower leg injuries during his slide and collision at the plate with OU catcher Tanner Toal ... Zupcic stayed in the game for the remainder of the 5-4 win over Oklahoma but was out of action for the rest of the season.


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MEET THE MOUNTAINEERS impressive first six weeks of collegiate career by going 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI in 14-4 win over East Tennessee State (March 30) ... slumped a bit over next two weeks and averaged dipped to a season-low .317 on April 11 ... broke out of mini-slump by going 3-for-3 with a double, triple, RBI and season-high four runs scored in 12-7 win over High Point (April 14) ... went 3-for-5 with three runs scored in win at Samford (April 23) ... had a big mid-week versus UNC Asheville (April 27) and Wake Forest (April 28), combining to go 5-for-7 with a triple, two walks, two RBI and four runs scored in two ASU wins ... hit second home run of the season in a 2-for-4 effort at Elon (May 8) ... went 6-for-11 with an RBI and four runs scored in two games at Wofford (May 21-22) ... went 2-for-6 with a double and three runs scored in SoCon Tournament opener vs. College of Charleston (May 26) ... two days later, helped eliminate Charleston from tournament by going 3-for-4 with a triple, run scored and RBI ... was a defensive force in center field, showing tremendous range and athleticism while committing just three errors in 138 chances on the season. High School: Earned all-state recognition as a senior ... was a two-time all-conference, all-Charlotte Observer and all-South Charlotte Sports Report honoree ... represented Region 6 in the 2008 State Games ... coached by Appalachian State alumnus Danny Hignight ... also played for South Charlotte Panthers (coach Don Hutchins), the same program as current Appalachian players Noah Holmes, Alex Leach, Jamie Nunn, Preston Tiller and Jeffrey Springs, as well as former Mountaineer standouts and 2012 MLB Draft selections Ryan Arrowood and Tyler Tewell. Personal: Full name is Robert Tyler Zupcic ... born May 22, 1991 (turns 22 during season) ... son of Becky and Bob Zupcic ... father, Bob, played four seasons (1991-94) in the Major Leagues with the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox, batting .250 for his career with seven home runs and 80 RBI in 319 career games ... father played collegiately at Oral Roberts ... brother, Drake, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Appalachian State beginning in 2013-14 ... Tyler is majoring in sports journalism. ZUPCIC’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2010 .332 53-53 193 49 64 14-3-2 30 18-25 2011 .350 57-57 220 47 77 14-0-3 29 15-21 2012 .338 54-54 210 56 71 17-4-2 34 12-17 Totals .340 164-164 623 152 212 45-7-7 93 45-63

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OVERALL: 41-18 Opponent vs. George Mason^ vs. Akron - 1^ vs. Akron - 2^ at No. 7 LSU at No. 7 LSU at No. 7 LSU at North Carolina A&T RIDER RIDER - 1 RIDER - 2 RIDER DUKE DAVIDSON* DAVIDSON* DAVIDSON* at Duke at No. 3 South Carolina THE CITADEL* THE CITADEL* THE CITADEL* at Elon* at Elon* at Elon* NORTH CAROLINA A&T OAKLAND - 1 OAKLAND - 2 % OAKLAND C. OF CHARLESTON* C. OF CHARLESTON* C. OF CHARLESTON* at Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* FURMAN* FURMAN - 1* FURMAN - 2* HIGH POINT at Wofford - 1* at Wofford - 2* at Wofford* at East Tennessee State UNC GREENSBORO* UNC GREENSBORO* UNC GREENSBORO* at Samford - 1* at Samford - 2* at Samford* GARDNER-WEBB at Western Carolina* # at Western Carolina* at Western Carolina* at Furman $ vs. Samford $ at Furman $ vs. No. 23 Oklahoma ! at No. 15 Virginia ! vs. No. 23 Oklahoma ! vs. No. 23 Oklahoma !

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Score 1-2 8-3 4-1 0-4 1-0 11-1 5-3 6-3 10-4 22-4 15-4 6-4 10-4 16-3 5-4 6-3 4-6 10-5 9-4 7-6 8-10 5-0 2-11 14-0 13-8 14-5 10-5 8-6 8-2 3-8 3-6 5-1 3-13 6-7 14-2 6-5 14-0 6-2 3-2 7-6 6-0 4-7 8-7 5-4 8-10 7-4 2-4 9-7 5-3 6-8 5-4 7-9 7-5 7-12 4-13 5-4 6-5 6-14 2-5

HOME: 24-2 App St. R-H-E 1-7-1 8-10-1 4-7-3 0-4-2 1-5-0 11-14-0 5-9-2 6-8-0 10-12-2 22-17-0 15-13-1 6-14-1 10-16-1 16-14-0 5-9-0 6-12-1 4-5-3 10-14-0 9-12-0 7-11-2 8-12-3 5-11-0 2-7-1 14-15-1 13-15-2 14-14-2 10-12-0 8-11-2 8-11-1 3-7-0 3-7-5 5-12-0 3-10-4 6-8-0 14-18-0 6-17-1 14-11-0 6-11-0 3-4-1 7-14-2 6-12-1 4-12-0 8-8-3 5-13-1 8-12-1 7-9-3 2-5-0 9-12-1 5-7-0 6-9-1 5-12-3 7-8-1 7-10-2 7-9-1 4-10-2 5-10-0 6-11-4 6-11-1 2-5-2

AWAY: 14-12

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

* = Southern Conference game ^ = Elon Invitational (Elon, N.C.) % = Suspended on 3/31 in bottom of 5th inning and completed on 4/1 # = Suspended on 5/17 in top of 7th inning and completed on 5/18 $ = Southern Conference Baseball Championship (Greenville, S.C.) ! = NCAA Division I Baseball Championship Charlottesville Regional (Charlottesville, Va.) () extra inning game 21

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NEUTRAL: 3-4 Pitcher (Record) Wilson (L 0-1) Moore (W 1-0) Marcello (W 1-0) Grant (L 0-1) Arrowood (W 1-0) Marcello (W 2-0) Port (W 1-0) Arrowood (W 2-0) Grant (W 1-1) Jessup (W 1-0) Farmer (W 1-0) Springs (W 1-0) Arrowood (W 3-0) Grant (W 2-1) Moore (W 2-0) Nunn (W 1-0) Farmer (L 1-1) Arrowood (W 4-0) Grant (W 3-1) Marcello (W 3-0) Helms (L 0-1) Grant (W 4-1) Marcello (L 3-1) Nunn (W 2-0) Nunn (W 3-0) Grant (W 5-1) Marcello (W 4-1) Arrowood (W 5-0) Grant (W 6-1) Marcello (L 4-2) Moore (L 2-1) Arrowood (W 6-0) Grant (L 6-2) Marcello (L 4-3) Arrowood (W 7-0) Hyatt (W 1-0) Marcello (W 5-3) Nunn (W 4-0) Arrowood (W 8-0) Port (W 2-0) Marcello (W 6-3) Frankoff (L 0-1) Arrowood (W 9-0) Moore (W 3-1) Moore (L 3-2) Frankoff (W 1-1) Port (L 2-1) Nunn (W 5-0) Springs (W 2-0) Nunn (L 5-1) Frankoff (W 2-1) Nunn (L 5-2) Arrowood (W 10-0) Grant (L 6-3) Marcello (L 6-4) Arrowood (W 11-0) Grant (W 7-3) Marcello (L 6-5) Springs (L 2-1)

Atten. 152 - 217 10707 10611 9942 100 421 - 508 126 812 192 488 323 205 7278 279 788 532 337 412 438 265 993 - 566 514 886 462 350 1368 2349 1251 519 - 708 165 - 647 359 225 712 808 924 - 985 673 403 571 482 515 1791 1340 1648 2804 4142 2752 2638

Time 2:07 2:45 2:14 2:24 2:08 2:31 2:30 2:35 3:13 2:51 2:49 2:55 2:58 2:18 3:03 2:42 2:40 2:48 2:34 2:23 2:43 2:10 2:13 2:16 2:40 2:43 2:20 2:18 2:18 2:29 2:46 2:40 2:42 2:34 2:32 2:46 2:27 2:20 2:42 2:51 2:33 2:46 2:52 2:48 3:19 2:41 2:08 3:19 2:49 2:31 3:03 2:54 2:37 2:45 2:50 2:33 3:22 3:01 2:21

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2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL 2012 STATISTICS HITTING No. Player

Avg.

1 Brandon Burris

.358 38 24 95 23 34 8 0 0 16 42 .442 7 6 17 2 .423 3 4 7 7 45 4 2 .961

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31 Tyler Tewell

.357 59 59 221 47 79 17 4 6 45 122 .552 19 9 19 1 .420 6 3 4 6 130 11 4 .972

8 Daniel Kassouf

.339 59 59 233 51 79 16 1 17 66 148 .635 23 7 39 4 .405 6 0 0 0 30 1 0 1.000

28 Tyler Zupcic

.338 54 54 210 56 71 17 4 2 34 102 .486 23 14 21 3 .435 1 3 12 17 116 9 3 .977

32 Will Callaway

.320

59 59 241 54 77 12 3 4

53 107 .444 21 6 32 3 .380 6 1 23 27 105 167 18 .938

4 Hector Crespo

.308

59 59 234 63 72 16 0 3

23 97 .415 45 1 46 4 .420 1 4 30 33 93 149 7 .972

22 Preston Troutman .295 51 46 156 20 46 8 3 0 25 60 .385 23 2 28 1 .386 3 4 3 5 85 4 3 .967 24 Jeremy Dowdy

.269

26 Trey Holmes

.268 57 57 205 35 55 13 3 6 39 92 .449 20 5 40 3 .348 0 4 5 10 533 34 5 .991

54 54 208 29 56 12 2 3

38 81 .389 20 1 27 4 .335 1 0 10 13 341 38 4 .990

30 Noah Holmes

.241 52 52 170 29 41 9 0 1 22 53 .312 24 2 43 3 .340 1 8 0 0 26 122 11 .931

------------- 23 Michael Pierson .500 11 0 6 1 3 0 0 0

2 3 .500 1 0 0 1 .571 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 .875

20 Josh Zumbrook .333

2 0 3 0 1 1 0 0

1 2 .667 0 0 1 0 .333 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

13 John Kincaid

.333

5 0 3 1 1 1 0 0

0 2 .667 1 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1.000

15 Alex Leach

.263 14 2 19 5 5 2 0 1

6 10 .526 4 0 5 0 .375 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 1.000

35 Derek Brown

.250 11 0 8 1 2 0 0 0

0 2 .250 0 0 3 0 .250 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 1.000

10 Zack Briggs

.094 17 6 32 2 3 2 0 0

3 5 .156 0 0 11 1 .094 0 0 0 0 1 12 1 .929

19 William Head

.000

0 0 .000 0 1 0 0 .500 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1.000

Totals

.306

59 59 2045 417 625 134 20 43 373 928 .454 231 54 332 30 .386 29 31 94 118 1554 651 72 .968

Opponents

.263

59 59 1976 292 520 101 14 22 252 715 .362 215 50 409 44 .348 16 39 39 59 1517 610 81 .963

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

LOB - Team (458), Opp (450). DPs turned - Team (51), Opp (39). CI - Team (0), Opp (2). IBB - Team (7), Kassouf 4, Dowdy 2,Callaway 1, Opp (5). Picked off - Burris 1, Crespo 1, Troutman 1, Zupcic 1, Tewell 1, Dowdy 1, Callaway 1.

PITCHING No.

Player

ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA

42 Seth Grant

3.49 7 3 16 16 1 1 0 0 100.2 96 54 39 34 69 20 3 4 380 .253 7 6 1 6 6

21 Ryan Arrowood

3.81 11 0 16 16 0 0 1 0 99.1 91 49 42 39 93 15 3 4 376 .242 11 8 0 1 7

17 Rob Marcello

5.31 6 5 16 16 0 0 2 0 83.0 83 52 49 30 48 17 1 1 308 .269 6 13 0 3 13

------------- 29 Tyler Jackson

0.00 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 .143 0 0 0 0 0

7 Zach Joyce

2.08 0 0

6 0 0 0 0 0 4.1 5 2 1 3 2 2 0 0 19 .263 2 0 0 0 0

11 Jordan Jessup

2.19 1 0 11 0 0 0 2 0 12.1 10 6 3 6 15 3 0 2 49 .204 3 0 0 0 0

36 Ryne Frankoff

2.95 2 1 19 0 0 0 1 1 18.1 16 7 6 7 22 4 0 0 71 .225 4 2 1 0 0

5 Will Helms

3.38 0 1 22 0 0 0 0 0 10.2 12 5 4 9 10 1 0 2 43 .279 1 3 0 0 1

40 Jamie Nunn

4.24 5 2 23 6 0 0 3 0 46.2 49 28 22 16 45 8 2 4 182 .269 2 8 0 1 0

3 Nathan Hyatt

4.28 1 0 28 0 0 0 2 16 27.1 22 14 13 24 29 2 0 0 98 .224 4 2 1 0 4

38 Taylor Thurber

4.50 0 0

37 Jeffrey Springs

4.80 2 1 12 5 0 0 0 0 30.0 35 17 16 19 22 8 0 0 115 .304 1 2 0 2 0

34 Tyler Moore

5.28 3 2 29 0 0 0 0 1 29.0 33 17 17 11 18 5 1 1 109 .303 0 3 0 1 3

6 Josh Wilson

5.59 0 1 10 0 0 0 1 0 9.2 15 7 6 2 7 3 0 0 42 .357 0 0 0 0 2

16 Chad Farmer

5.87 1 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 15.1 16 11 10 10 15 4 2 1 61 .262 1 0 0 0 0

25 David Port

6.59 2 1 31 0 0 0 1 0 27.1 34 22 20 5 13 8 2 3 108 .315 1 2 0 2 3

Totals

4.33 41 18

59 59 1 5 4 18 518.0 520 292 249 215 409 101 14 22 1976 .263 43 50 3 16 39

Opponents

6.50 18 41

59 59 1 1 1 10 505.2 625 417 365 231 332 134 20 43 2045 .306 58 54 16 29 31

1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 .250 0 1 0 0 0

PB - Team (4), Dowdy 3, Tewell 1, Opp (10). Pickoffs - Team (11), Springs 3, Dowdy 3, Grant 2, Moore 2, Marcello 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - Dowdy (31-44), Arrowood (9-12), Grant (6-12), Marcello (6-8), Moore (4-6), Tewell (4-6), Nunn (3-6), Springs (1-5), Wilson (2-2), Joyce (2-2), Helms (2-2), Jessup (1-1), Brown (1-1), Frankoff (1-1), Farmer (1-1), Jackson (1-1).

SCORE BY INNING Appalachian State Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX TOTAL 55 43 41 53 53 59 46 41 25 1 417 32 18 28 35 48 33 40 41 17 0 292

RECORD WHEN LEADING AFTER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16-4 25-4 28-5 31-5 32-3 36-2 37-2 36-0

RECORD WHEN TRAILING AFTER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 5-5 4-9 6-10 7-11 7-14 3-14 3-13 2-18

RECORD WHEN TIED AFTER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 20-9 12-5 7-3 3-2 2-1 2-2 1-3 3-0

WIN-LOSS SUMMARY Total........................................ 41-18 SoCon.................................... 21-9 Non-Conference................ 20-9 Home..................................... 24-2 Away....................................... 14-12 Neutral................................... 3-4 Day.......................................... 29-8 Night...................................... 12-10 vs Left..................................... 15-2 vs Right.................................. 26-16 1-Run games....................... 11-2 2-Run games....................... 6-6 5+Run games...................... 18-6 Extra innings....................... 1-0 Shutouts............................... 5-1 Scoring 0-2 runs................. 1-5 Scoring 3-5 runs................. 10-6

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Scoring 6-9 runs................. 17-7 Scoring 10+ runs............... 13-0 Opponent 0-2 runs........... 12-1 Opponent 3-5 runs........... 23-3 Opponent 6-9 runs........... 6-7 Opponent 10+ runs.......... 0-7 Scored in 1st inning.......... 17-8 Scores first............................ 29-9 Opp. scores first.................. 12-9 After 6 leading.................... 36-2 After 6 trailing..................... 3-14 After 6 tied........................... 2-2 After 7 leading.................... 37-2 After 7 trailing..................... 3-13 After 7 tied........................... 1-3 After 8 leading.................... 36-0 After 8 trailing..................... 2-18

After 8 tied........................... 3-0 Hit 0 home runs................. 17-11 Hit 1 home run................... 16-6 Hit 2+ home runs............... 8-1 Opponent 0 home runs.. 31-11 Opponent 1 home run.... 9-4 Opponent 2+ HRs.............. 1-3 Made 0 errors...................... 16-4 Made 1 error........................ 12-7 Made 2+ errors................... 13-7 Opp. made 0 errors........... 10-8 Opp. made 1 error............. 12-4 Opp. made 2+ errors........ 19-6 Out-hit opponent.............. 32-3 Out-hit by opponent........ 8-14 Hits are tied......................... 1-1


2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL 2012 STATISTICS (AB-Runs-Hits-RBI) Opp. Date

Briggs

Brown

Burris

Callaway Crespo

Dowdy

Head

Holmes

Kassouf

Kincaid

Leach

Pierson

Tewell

THolmes Troutman Zumbrook Zupcic

GMU Feb 17 3-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 4-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 AKR Feb 18 5-1-1-0 3-1-0-0 2-1-1-0 5-1-1-0 5-1-2-4 4-1-1-0 5-0-2-2 3-1-1-2 4-1-1-0 AKR Feb 18 4-0-1-2 Def 3-1-2-1 3-1-1-0 3-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 2-1-1-1 3-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 3-0-1-0 LSU Feb 24 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 LSU Feb 25 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 4-0-2-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-1-1 3-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 LSU Feb 26

Def 1-1-0-0 5-1-2-2 4-3-2-0 3-0-0-1

5-0-1-1 4-2-3-0 Def 1-0-0-0

3-1-2-1 3-2-2-1 4-0-0-0

5-1-2-3

NCAT Feb 28 4-0-2-1 4-0-0-0 4-1-2-1 3-1-1-1 3-0-0-1 4-1-2-0 2-1-1-0 4-1-1-1 3-0-0-0 RIDER Mar 02 1-0-0-0 0-1-0-0 4-2-2-1 2-1-0-0 3-0-1-3 3-0-0-0 3-2-3-0 2-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-2 RIDER Mar 03 4-0-0-0 4-2-0-0 2-1-1-0 5-1-3-4 5-2-2-2 5-1-3-2 3-1-0-0 5-0-0-0 4-2-3-2 RIDER Mar 03

2-1-1-0 4-2-2-1 2-3-1-0 4-0-1-0 4-3-3-3

6-2-2-4 4-3-1-0 0-1-0-0 4-2-1-3 2-0-1-1 2-3-1-4

RIDER Mar 04

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

5-2-4-2 5-1-2-1 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 Def 3-0-0-0 4-2-1-0

1-0-0-0 2-0-1-1 4-2-2-2 4-1-1-1

DUKE Mar 07 5-2-2-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-2-1 5-0-2-0 5-1-3-1 5-1-3-2 3-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 5-1-1-2 DAV Mar 09

Def 4-1-1-2 4-1-1-0 3-0-1-0

4-3-3-2

DAV Mar 10 1-1-1-1 1-0-0-0 3-1-1-2 2-3-2-1 5-3-2-3 4-0-1-1

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

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

1-1-1-0 Def 3-1-1-1 4-1-1-1

5-2-2-0

DAV Mar 11

4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0

1-0-0-1 2-1-2-1 3-0-1-1 3-1-1-0 1-0-0-0

5-1-1-1

3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-1-1-1 3-1-1-0

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

DUKE Mar 13 5-1-2-0 5-1-2-0 4-0-1-1 4-1-2-0 4-2-1-2 4-1-1-2 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 SC Mar 14 4-1-1-3 4-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 CIT Mar 16 4-1-3-2 5-0-1-0 4-1-0-0 5-3-2-1 5-1-2-3 2-1-1-1 4-0-1-1 4-1-3-2 4-2-1-0 CIT Mar 17 5-0-2-1 5-1-2-1 3-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 4-3-3-2 4-2-2-0 4-1-0-0 3-0-1-2 4-1-1-2 CIT Mar 18 5-3-4-2 4-0-1-1 3-2-2-1 3-0-1-0 4-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-1 3-1-1-0 5-1-1-0 ELON Mar 23 0-1-0-0 5-1-1-1 4-0-0-0 4-1-0-0 3-1-0-0 5-2-5-3 5-0-2-1 2-0-1-1 3-0-1-1 5-2-2-0 ELON Mar 24 0-1-0-0 5-1-1-0 4-0-2-0 5-0-1-1 4-1-1-0 3-1-1-1 4-1-2-2 3-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 ELON Mar 25 1-0-0-0 Def 1-0-0-0 2-0-1-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-2-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-2-1 1-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 2-1-0-0 2-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 NCAT Mar 27 2-0-0-0 2-0-1-0 3-1-3-1 3-0-2-3 3-3-2-0 3-2-2-1 0-0-0-0 2-0-0-1 4-1-1-1 1-0-0-0 2-1-1-1 1-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 4-2-1-1

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GAME-BY-GAME HITTING

1-0-0-0 2-3-1-0

OAK Mar 31 3-2-3-0 4-1-2-2 4-2-2-3 5-1-2-2 4-2-1-0 5-1-1-0 3-1-1-2 3-2-2-4 5-1-1-0 OAK Mar 31

Def 4-0-0-0 4-3-3-3 2-3-0-0 5-0-2-3 1-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 5-2-3-1 1-0-1-0 2-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 4-2-3-3

1-2-1-0

3-2-1-1

OAK Apr 01 3-2-2-1 4-1-1-0 5-1-1-1 4-0-1-1 2-0-0-0 5-1-1-0 5-3-4-2 4-2-2-4 3-0-0-0 COFC Apr 06 4-0-1-0 4-1-3-2 4-2-2-0 4-1-2-0 4-0-0-0 3-1-1-3 5-0-1-0 4-1-1-2 2-2-0-0 COFC Apr 07 2-1-1-0 4-1-1-3 5-1-2-1 4-1-1-1 4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-1-2-0 4-1-1-1 3-2-3-1 COFC Apr 08 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-2 4-0-1-1 4-1-2-0 4-1-2-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 GWU Apr 10 4-0-2-1 3-0-0-0 5-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-1-2-0 3-1-2-2 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 GSU Apr 13 1-0-0-0 4-0-3-0 5-1-2-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-1-1 3-0-0-0 2-2-1-1 4-0-2-0 4-0-1-2 Def 4-1-1-0 GSU Apr 14 1-0-0-0 Def 4-0-0-0 4-0-2-1 4-1-3-1 4-0-0-0 3-1-2-0 2-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 4-0-2-1 4-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 GSU Apr 15 3-0-0-0 5-2-1-0 5-1-2-0 3-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 4-2-2-4 3-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 1-1-1-0 5-0-1-1 FUR Apr 20 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 0-0-0-1 5-0-0-0 6-1-3-1 3-2-1-0

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

1-0-1-0 Def 3-1-1-0 3-1-1-1 3-2-2-3

5-2-3-4

FUR Apr 21 Def 5-0-2-0 5-0-1-0 4-2-2-1 4-1-3-1 4-0-0-0 4-2-3-1 4-0-3-2 2-0-0-0 5-1-3-1 FUR Apr 21 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 3-3-2-1 4-2-1-0 4-0-1-1

2-0-0-0 3-2-2-1

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

4-3-2-1

HPU Apr 24 4-0-1-0 4-1-1-1 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-2-1 4-1-2-1 3-1-1-0 4-1-3-2 3-1-1-1 WOF Apr 28 4-1-0-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 3-1-1-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-2 4-0-0-0 WOF Apr 28 5-1-1-0 4-1-2-0 5-0-1-0 3-2-1-0 5-0-3-3 5-1-2-0 5-1-2-1 3-1-2-1 3-0-0-1 WOF Apr 29

3-0-2-4 5-1-2-0 5-2-3-1 5-0-1-1

2-2-2-0 5-0-1-0

ETSU May 02

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

3-0-0-0 4-0-0-0

Def 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-1-0-0 4-1-2-0 4-1-4-1 4-0-3-1

UNCG May 04 3-1-0-2 4-3-2-0 4-1-1-1 2-2-1-0 2-0-0-1 4-0-0-0 4-0-2-1 4-0-0-0 3-1-2-1 UNCG May 05 Def 5-0-1-1 4-2-1-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 4-1-1-1 4-0-2-0 4-1-1-1 3-1-2-0 4-0-3-0 UNCG May 06 5-0-2-3 3-2-0-0 5-1-2-3 2-0-0-0 4-2-1-1 5-1-3-0 4-0-1-1 3-0-1-0 4-2-2-0 SAM May 12 Def 1-0-0-0 4-1-1-2 4-2-2-0 4-0-1-1 2-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 5-2-2-2 4-0-0-1 4-0-1-0 4-2-2-0 SAM May 12 4-0-1-0 4-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 4-1-2-0 SAM May 13 3-1-1-1 5-0-2-1 4-1-2-1 2-1-1-2 4-0-1-2 5-1-2-1 4-2-2-0 4-0-0-0 2-2-0-1 4-1-1-0 GWU May 15 3-1-1-2 3-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-1-1 3-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 2-0-1-1 4-2-3-0 WCU May 17 4-1-1-0 5-0-2-2 2-1-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-1 4-1-1-0 3-1-1-0 4-1-2-2 4-1-0-1 WCU May 18 Def 4-0-2-0 5-1-1-1 5-1-1-0 2-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 1-1-1-0 4-0-1-0 5-1-2-0 4-0-1-0 5-1-3-1 WCU May 19 4-0-0-0 4-2-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-1-2-2 4-2-1-2 Def 4-1-1-0 4-1-1-1 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-1

SAM May 24 0-0-0-0 4-1-0-0 4-1-2-0 3-0-0-1 3-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 4-1-1-1 4-1-1-2 4-1-1-0 5-1-2-0 FUR May 25 1-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 5-1-2-2 4-2-1-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 4-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 4-0-2-2 4-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 5-1-1-0 OU Jun 02 4-0-0-0 5-0-1-0 4-1-1-0 3-1-2-2 3-0-0-1 4-0-0-0 4-2-3-1 3-0-2-0 3-1-1-0 UVA Jun 03

4-1-1-0 4-1-1-1 3-1-1-0 4-0-0-0

3-1-1-1 4-0-1-2

2-0-1-1 4-1-3-0 4-1-2-0

OU Jun 04

6-2-3-0 4-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 4-1-2-1

3-1-1-1 4-0-1-1

3-1-0-1 4-0-1-1 3-0-2-1

OU Jun 04

4-0-0-0 2-2-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0

4-0-1-0 2-0-1-2

4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-0-0

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2012 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-K) Opponent Date Arrowood Farmer Frankoff Grant Helms Hyatt Jackson Jessup George Mason Feb. 17 *6.0-3-1-0-0-8 Akron Feb. 18 *4.0-3-2-2-3-6 2.2-1-0-0-1-2 Akron Feb. 18 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 LSU Feb. 24 1.0-2-0-0-1-0 *5.2-7-4-4-2-3 LSU Feb. 25 *7.0-2-0-0-1-10 2.0-1-0-0-0-3 LSU Feb. 26 North Carolina A&T Feb. 28 0.0-1-0-0-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 Rider March 2 *5.2-5-2-2-3-7 0.2-1-0-0-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 Rider March 3 *5.0-6-1-1-4-4 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 Rider March 3 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 2.0-0-0-0-1-3 Rider March 4 2.1-0-0-0-1-2 Duke March 7 1.0-1-1-1-0-1 0.0-0-1-1-1-0 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 Davidson March 9 *5.1-9-4-4-4-7 Davidson March 10 *8.0-5-3-3-1-5 Davidson March 11 1.0-3-3-3-2-1 Duke March 13 1.0-1-0-0-2-2 South Carolina March 14 0.1-2-3-2-1-1 1.1-1-0-0-2-0 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 The Citadel March 16 *7.0-7-5-5-2-4 0.2-2-0-0-1-0 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 The Citadel March 17 0.1-0-0-0-2-1 *6.0-5-4-4-4-3 The Citadel March 18 1.0-5-3-3-1-1 Elon March 23 *4.1-8-6-6-1-3 0.1-2-2-1-0-1 Elon March 24 *9.0-5-0-0-1-4 Elon March 25 1.0-0-0-0-1-2 North Carolina A&T March 27 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-1-0 Oakland March 31 *4.1-8-6-6-1-3 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 Oakland March 31 *5.0-3-3-0-1-4 1.0-1-0-0-0-2 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 Oakland April 1 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 College of Charleston April 6 *7.0-4-4-0-1-7 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-1-1-1-2-2 College of Charleston April 7 *8.0-4-2-1-2-6 College of Charleston April 8 0.2-0-0-0-0-0 0.1-2-2-2-1-0 0.1-3-1-1-0-1 Gardner-Webb April 10 0.2-0-0-0-1-0 1.0-1-0-0-1-0 0.2-0-0-0-0-1 Georgia Southern April 13 *7.0-6-1-1-5-7 1.0-0-0-0-0-4 Georgia Southern April 14 1.0-0-0-0-0-2 1.0-2-1-1-0-2 *4.2-9-10-6-3-1 Georgia Southern April 15 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 1.1-1-0-0-0-1 Furman April 20 *7.0-7-2-2-0-5 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 Furman April 21 *6.0-7-4-4-3-5 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 Furman April 21 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-0-2 High Point April 24 1.1-2-1-1-0-1 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-1-0 Wofford April 28 *7.0-4-2-2-5-7 0.0-0-0-0-1-0 1.1-0-0-0-2-0 Wofford April 28 *6.2-5-6-3-1-6 0.0-0-0-0-1-0 1.0-0-0-0-1-2 Wofford April 29 East Tennessee State May 2 2.1-2-0-0-0-3 0.1-0-1-1-1-0 1.0-2-1-1-0-1 1.2-1-0-0-0-1 UNC Greensboro May 4 *6.0-6-3-2-3-8 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 1.0-3-2-1-0-3 UNC Greensboro May 5 *6.0-9-0-0-2-5 0.2-1-1-1-3-0 UNC Greensboro May 6 0.0-1-2-2-2-0 0.0-1-0-0-0-0 0.0-0-0-0-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-1-0 Samford May 12 *7.0-8-3-2-1-2 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 Samford May 12 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 *7.0-4-0-0-4-4 0.0-1-0-0-0-0 Samford May 13 0.0-0-1-1-2-0 0.1-0-0-0-2-1 Gardner-Webb May 15 0.0-2-1-1-1-0 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 2.0-1-1-0-1-4 Western Carolina May 17 *6.0-5-5-5-2-2 Western Carolina May 18 1.0-1-1-0-0-3 *7.0-10-3-1-1-5 1.0-0-0-0-2-1 Western Carolina May 19 1.0-1-0-0-0-2 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 1.0-2-2-0-1-1 Furman May 23 *7.0-8-5-4-2-5 1.0-0-0-0-0-2 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 Samford May 24 *4.2-8-8-8-3-2 0.0-0-0-0-1-0 1.0-3-2-2-0-1 Furman May 25 3.2-6-3-3-0-6 Oklahoma June 2 *7.2-2-1-1-3-9 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 0.1-0-3-3-2-0 Virginia June 3 2.0-3-0-0-1-1 *6.0-6-5-4-2-4 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 Oklahoma June 4 2.0-3-3-3-1-2 Oklahoma June 4 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 Opponent Date Joyce Marcello Moore Nunn Port Springs Thurber Wilson George Mason Feb. 17 2.0-2-1-1-0-2 Akron Feb. 18 2.1-1-1-1-2-1 Akron Feb. 18 *5.0-2-0-0-0-5 1.0-2-1-1-0-2 2.0-1-0-0-0-3 LSU Feb. 24 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 LSU Feb. 25 LSU Feb. 26 *8.1-3-1-1-2-4 0.2-1-0-0-0-1 North Carolina A&T Feb. 28 2.0-1-0-0-0-2 1.1-0-0-0-0-1 *4.0-4-2-2-3-4 0.2-1-1-1-0-0 Rider March 2 0.2-0-0-0-0-0 1.0-3-1-1-0-0 Rider March 3 1.0-2-0-0-2-1 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 1.0-5-3-2-0-1 Rider March 3 0.2-1-1-1-1-1 *4.1-4-3-3-1-5 Rider March 4 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 *2.2-2-1-1-0-1 1.0-1-2-1-2-0 2.0-2-1-1-0-0 Duke March 7 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 *5.0-7-2-2-3-2 Davidson March 9 2.2-0-0-0-0-2 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 Davidson March 10 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 Davidson March 11 *6.2-4-1-1-5-1 2.0-3-0-0-1-0 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 Duke March 13 *6.0-3-1-0-2-8 1.0-3-2-2-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 South Carolina March 14 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 1.0-1-0-0-1-1 *3.2-4-3-3-5-1 0.1-0-0-0-1-0 The Citadel March 16 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 The Citadel March 17 0.2-0-0-0-0-1 2.0-0-0-0-1-1 The Citadel March 18 *7.0-5-3-3-2-5 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 Elon March 23 0.1-1-1-0-1-0 1.0-0-2-2-3-2 1.1-0-1-0-0-0 0.2-1-0-0-0-0 Elon March 24 Elon March 25 *5.1-9-7-6-0-3 0.1-2-3-3-1-0 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 1.0-1-1-1-2-0 North Carolina A&T March 27 *5.0-3-0-0-2-3 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 Oakland March 31 2.2-2-1-1-1-2 1.0-2-1-1-0-0 Oakland March 31 1.0-0-0-0-1-1 1.0-4-2-2-0-1 Oakland April 1 *5.2-9-5-5-2-4 1.1-0-0-0-0-0 College of Charleston April 6 0.2-2-1-1-0-0 College of Charleston April 7 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 College of Charleston April 8 *5.1-7-5-5-3-4 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 0.2-1-0-0-0-2 1.1-0-0-0-0-0 Gardner-Webb April 10 0.1-2-0-0-0-0 0.1-4-4-4-0-0 *4.2-4-2-1-3-4 0.1-0-0-0-0-0 Georgia Southern April 13 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 Georgia Southern April 14 0.1-1-1-0-0-0 1.0-3-1-1-0-0 Georgia Southern April 15 *5.0-6-4-4-3-2 0.2-1-0-0-0-1 0.2-3-3-3-1-0 Furman April 20 1.0-1-0-0-0-3 Furman April 21 1.0-1-1-1-0-1 0.2-0-0-0-0-0 Furman April 21 *6.0-5-0-0-0-3 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 High Point April 24 0.1-1-0-0-0-0 *6.0-4-1-1-1-3 Wofford April 28 0.2-1-0-0-0-0 Wofford April 28 0.1-1-0-0-0-0 1.0-0-0-0-0-0 Wofford April 29 *7.0-2-0-0-2-8 2.0-1-0-0-0-3 East Tennessee State May 2 0.0-4-2-2-0-0 1.2-4-3-3-2-2 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 UNC Greensboro May 4 1.0-1-2-0-0-0 UNC Greensboro May 5 0.1-0-0-0-0-1 1.1-4-3-3-0-2 0.2-0-0-0-0-0 UNC Greensboro May 6 *5.0-7-6-5-4-2 1.2-2-2-2-1-0 1.1-0-0-0-1-1 Samford May 12 0.2-2-1-1-0-1 Samford May 12 0.0-1-0-0-0-0 0.1-0-0-0-1-0 0.1-3-4-4-1-0 Samford May 13 *4.2-9-4-4-5-2 1.2-2-0-0-0-1 2.1-3-2-2-0-0 Gardner-Webb May 15 0.2-0-0-0-0-2 1.0-1-0-0-0-0 *3.0-3-1-1-2-1 Western Carolina May 17 1.1-2-1-1-0-0 0.1-1-2-2-1-1- 0.1-1-0-0-0-0 Western Carolina May 18 Western Carolina May 19 *4.0-6-4-4-1-1 0.2-2-3-3-0-1 1.0-0-0-0-0-1 Furman May 23 Samford May 24 1.1-2-0-0-0-1 0.1-3-2-2-0-0 1.2-0-0-0-0-3 Furman May 25 *0.1-4-6-6-0-0 1.1-2-1-1-0-1 1.2-4-3-1-1-4 1.0-1-0-0-0-1 Oklahoma June 2 Virginia June 3 Oklahoma June 4 *5.0-3-5-4-1-3 0.1-4-2-2-0-0 1.2-3-4-4-1-1 Oklahoma June 4 1.1-0-0-0-0-0 *5.2-10-5-5-2-4

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OVERALL CONFERENCE Year Coach W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Rank 1903-55 — Complete Records Not Available 1955 Bob Broome 6 10 0 .375 3 9 0 .250 — 1956 Bob Broome 4 9 0 .308 4 9 0 .308 — 1957 Bob Broome 7 7 0 .500 7 7 0 .500 — 1958 Bill Alheim 5 5 0 .500 5 5 0 .500 — 1959 Dave Pierce 3 2 0 .600 3 2 0 .600 — 1960 Dave Pierce 4 11 0 .267 4 11 0 .267 — 1961 Joe Bryson 8 4 1 .654 7 4 0 .636 — 1962 Joe Bryson 7 11 0 .389 7 11 0 .389 — 1963 Frank Meyer 5 11 0 .313 5 11 0 .313 — 1964 Frank Meyer 2 10 0 .167 2 10 0 .167 — 1965 Bob Henry 3 13 0 .188 3 13 0 .188 — 1966 Bill Church 8 8 0 .500 8 6 0 .571 — 1967 Frank Lovrich 10 15 0 .400 7 11 0 .389 — 1968 Frank Lovrich 11 13 0 .485 8 10 0 .444 — 1969 Frank Lovrich 27 7 0 .794 — — — .— — 1970 Frank Lovrich 19 6 0 .765 — — — .— — 1971 Frank Lovrich 30 10 0 .750 — — — .— — 1972 Frank Lovrich 12 13 0 .480 — — — .— — 1973 Frank Lovrich 16 12 0 .571 11 3 0 .786 First 1974 Jim Morris 20 13 0 .606 9 5 0 .643 Third 1975 Jim Morris 19 16 0 .543 6 8 0 .429 Sixth 1976 Jim Morris 24 14 0 .632 4 8 0 .333 Seventh 1977 Jim Morris 21 14 0 .600 6 10 0 .375 Sixth 1978 Jim Morris 24 10 0 .706 10 4 0 .715 Second 1979 Jim Morris 20 22 0 .476 10 5 0 .667 Second 1980 Jim Morris 17 19 0 .472 10 5 0 .667 Third 1981 Jim Morris 35 17 1 .670 8 8 0 .500 Fifth 1982 Jim Morris 30 21 0 .588 8 8 0 .500 Fourth 1983 Jim Morris 33 14 0 .702 7 7 0 .500 Fourth 1984 Jim Morris 35 7 0 .833 12 2 0 .857 First-North Division 1985 Jim Morris 35 13 0 .729 14 3 0 .824 First-North Division 1986 Jim Morris 40 13 1 .750 15 2 0 .882 First-North Division 1987 Jim Morris 26 13 0 .667 10 2 0 .833 First-North Division 1988 Jim Morris 29 17 0 .630 9 7 0 .563 Second-North Division 1989 Jim Morris 29 13 0 .690 9 7 0 .563 Third 1990 Jim Morris 19 22 1 .464 6 9 0 .400 Fifth 1991 Jim Morris 28 21 0 .571 5 8 0 .385 Fifth 1992 Jim Morris 17 34 0 .333 6 14 0 .300 Sixth 1993 Jim Morris 15 27 0 .357 8 12 0 .400 Sixth 1994 Jim Morris 22 26 0 .458 10 13 0 .435 Sixth 1995 Jim Morris 17 30 1 .365 10 13 1 .438 Sixth 1996 Jim Morris 27 19 0 .587 12 10 0 .545 Fifth 1997 Jim Morris 16 32 0 .333 8 16 0 .333 Seventh 1998 Jim Morris 13 28 0 .317 6 17 0 .261 Ninth 1999 Troy Heustess 14 38 0 .269 10 20 0 .333 Ninth 2000 Troy Heustess 17 38 1 .313 11 17 0 .393 Eighth 2001 Troy Heustess 21 32 0 .396 12 14 0 .462 Sixth 2002 Troy Heustess 16 34 0 .320 10 19 0 .345 10th 2003 Troy Heustess 14 36 0 .280 8 22 0 .267 10th 2004 Troy Heustess 10 43 0 .189 6 24 0 .200 11th 2005 Chris Pollard 10 42 0 .192 5 24 0 .172 11th 2006 Chris Pollard 24 31 1 .438 9 18 0 .333 Eighth 2007 Chris Pollard 33 26 0 .559 14 13 0 .519 t-Fourth 2008 Chris Pollard 32 27 0 .542 14 13 0 .519 Sixth 2009 Chris Pollard 33 21 0 .611 15 13 0 .536 Sixth 2010 Chris Pollard 38 18 1 .675 14 14 1 .500 Seventh 2011 Chris Pollard 33 27 0 .550 15 15 0 .500 Sixth 2012 Chris Pollard 41 18 0 .695 21 9 0 .700 t-First TOTALS 11 COACHES 1,101 1,057 7 .510 453 547 2 .453 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLES Regular Season: ‘73, ’84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘12 Tournament: ‘84

2012 SoCon CHAMPIONS • 2012 NCAA REGIONAL FINALISTS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS/ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES

BILL ALHEIM 1958 5-5 (.500)

DAVE PIERCE 1959-60 7-13 (.350)

JOE BRYSON 1961-62 15-15 (.500)

FRANK MEYER 1963-64 7-21 (.250)

BOB HENRY 1965 3-13 (.188)

BILL CHURCH 1966 8-8 (.500) 25

FRANK LOVRICH 1967-73 125-76 (.622)

JIM MORRIS 1974-98 611-475-4 (.562)

TROY HEUSTESS 1999-2004 92-221 (.294)

CHRIS POLLARD 2005-12 244-210-2 (.537)

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BOB BROOME 1955-57 17-26 (.395)


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1903-1954

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1955 (6-10) at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Catawba Catawba Western Carolina Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta

4-9 L 0-7 L 14-18 L 8-9 L 2-1 W 2-7 L 0-7 L 7-8 L 8-7 W 4-5 L 3-6 L 4-8 L 12-7 W 4-1 W 12-8 W 9-8 W

1956 (4-9) at Catawba at High Point at Guilford at Elon Lenoir-Rhyne Western Carolina Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Guilford High Point East Carolina East Carolina

2-7 L 2-4 L 16-14 W 5-14 L 5-9 L 3-13 L 2-3 L 5-4 W 3-8 L 10-7 W 27-3 W 2-9 L 2-15 L

1957 (7-7) at East Carolina at Barton at East Carolina at Catawba at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Elon High Point Guilford at Guilford at High Point at Elon

8-1 W 4-2 W 5-6 L 5-6 L 7-2 W 18-4 W 3-4 L 1-7 L 0-5 L 15-4 W 3-4 L 8-3 W 7-12 L 2-1 W

1958 (5-5) at Guilford Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Western Carolina at High Point Barton High Point Catawba at Barton at Elon

12-3 W 3-12 L 3-4 L 10-3 W 7-0 W 5-6 L 6-1 W 0-4 L 6-1 W 3-12 L

1959 (3-2) at High Point at Guilford Guilford Elon Western Carolina

0-5 L 14-7 W 6-5 W 6-7 L 10-3 W

1960 (4-11) Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford Guilford Catawba at East Carolina at East Carolina at Catawba Western Carolina Western Carolina Elon High Point at Barton at Barton at Elon at High Point

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

1961 (8-4-1) at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Catawba East Carolina East Carolina Barton Elon High Point at Lenoir-Rhyne Pfeiffer at High Point at Pfeiffer at Guilford

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

1962 (7-11) Western Carolina Western Carolina Catawba High Point at East Carolina at Barton at Barton at Elon at Catawba

2-9 L 8-5 W 0-1 L 1-6 L 1-11 L 5-4 W 5-1 W 2-6 L 6-5 W

Lenoir-Rhyne Pfeiffer High Point at Pfeiffer at Lenoir-Rhyne at Guilford Guilford Elon East Carolina

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

1963 (5-11) at Western Carolina at Newberry at Catawba Elon Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford at Guilford at Pfeiffer High Point Pfeiffer Barton Barton Catawba Newberry at Elon at High Point

5-4 W 0-1 L 6-4 W 6-7 L 2-8 L 3-10 L 8-11 L 5-12 L 5-2 W 0-22 L 2-5 L 5-3 W 1-5 L 6-10 L 4-1 W 1-15 L

1964 (2-10) Western Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford at Guilford Elon High Point at Elon Newberry at Lenoir-Rhyne at High Point at Pfeiffer Pfeiffer

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

1965 (3-13) at Guilford at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne High Point Catawba Guilford at Newberry at Barton at Barton at Catawba at High Point at Elon Elon Newberry Lenoir-Rhyne

3-4 L 2-9 L 4-6 L 1-4 L 1-2 L 4-8 L 3-2 W 2-1 W 1-3 L 1-0 W 2-5 L 6-7 L 7-8 L 1-6 L 4-5 L 4-8 L

1966 (8-8) at Elon Western Carolina Western Carolina Elon at Presbyterian at Presbyterian at High Point at Guilford at Pfeiffer at Pfeiffer Newberry Newberry High Point Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba

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

1967 (10-15) at Belmont Abbey at Georgia Southern at Erskine at Newberry at Newberry at Pembroke State at St. Andrews at Elon Western Carolina Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba Elon at High Point at Guilford Pfeiffer Presbyterian Presbyterian at Pfeiffer Guilford at Barton at Barton High Point Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne

1-13 L 1-7 L 4-2 W 6-3 W 3-0 W 8-13 L 9-0 W 1-5 L 6-7 L 7-4 W 10-0 W 8-18 L 5-2 W 1-7 L 2-6 L 9-7 W 7-1 W 4-7 L 2-9 L 4-10 L 5-2 W 3-4 L 2-6 L 6-8 L 1-12 L

1968 (11-13) at Newberry at Erskine at Erskine at Augusta at Augusta at Oglethorpe at Presbyterian

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

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at Presbyterian at Pfeiffer Newberry Elon at Wofford Belmont Abbey at High Point Guilford Pfeiffer High Point at Guilford Barton Barton at Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne at Elon 1969 (27-7) at Furman at Erskine Wofford Salem Wooster at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Milligan at Milligan High Point at Tusculum at Voorhees Mars Hill Mars Hill Emory & Henry at Wofford Voorhees at Emory & Henry at Barton at Barton at High Point Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne Tusculum Allen Allen Allen West Liberty# Pfeiffer# Pembroke State# William Carey$ Grand Canyon$ #Area 7 Playoffs, Wilimington, N.C. $NAIA World Series, St. Joseph, Mo.

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

1970 (19-6) at Chattanooga at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State Charleston (W.Va.) at Western Carolina Winston-Salem State Wofford at Emory & Henry at Milligan East Tennessee State at Allen at Erskine at Mars Hill at East Tennessee State Allen at Wake Forest at Emory & Henry at Wofford Erskine Western Carolina Mars Hill Allen Erskine Erskine

3-1 W 10-5 W 8-1 W 5-1 W 4-3 W 7-8 L 12-1 W 11-4 W 25-2 W 20-0 W 4-3 W 4-0 W 1-9 L 9-5 W 9-7 W 12-4 W 1-15 L 7-2 W 13-1 W 6-8 L 7-6 W 8-2 W 6-0 W 0-3 L 1-3 L

1971 (30-10) at Benedict at Allen Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.) at Western Carolina at Chattanooga at Bryan at Shorter at Shorter at Columbus at Columbus at Columbus Voorhees VMI VMI Benedict East Tennessee State Milligan Allen Erskine at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Voorhees at Erskine Winston-Salem State at Milligan Mars Hill Mars Hill Wake Forest

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


2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS

1972 (12-13) at The Citadel at Shorter at Shorter at Columbus at Columbus at Columbus at Chattanooga at Western Carolina at Milligan at Western Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina East Tennessee State at VMI at VMI William & Mary at East Tennessee State Milligan Indiana (Pa.) at East Carolina Wake Forest at William & Mary at Richmond at Richmond East Tennessee State 1973 (16-12) at Jacksonville State at Clemson at Milligan at Davidson at The Citadel at The Citadel East Tennessee State Carson-Newman Furman East Carolina East Carolina VMI at Furman East Tennessee State at William & Mary at William & Mary at VMI at South Carolina Richmond Richmond Western Carolina Davidson Milligan at Western Carolina N.C. State* South Alabama* N.C. State* Miami (Fla.)* *NCAA District III Playoffs, Starkville, Miss.

1975 (19-16) at Augusta at Augusta at Mercer at Mercer

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

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

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at Georgia at West Georgia at West Georgia at Wake Forest at Davidson at Duke at Duke at Wofford at Wofford at Mars Hill at Mars Hill at William & Mary at William & Mary at VMI at Furman Davidson East Tennessee State at The Citadel at The Citadel at VMI Milligan Milligan East Carolina East Carolina Furman Richmond Richmond Western Carolina at East Tennessee State at Milligan at Milligan

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

1976 (24-14) at Wake Forest 3-7 L at Elon 14-4 W at Elon 2-6 L at USC Aiken 3-1 W at USC Aiken 5-0 W at USC Aiken 0-1 L at USC Aiken 4-1 W at Augusta 3-2 W at Augusta 7-2 W at Augusta 4-0 W at Augusta 7-2 W at Furman 1-13 L at Davidson 6-9 L West Virginia State 2-1 W West Virginia State 4-1 W Wake Forest 0-4 L at East Carolina 3-4 L at East Carolina 1-6 L East Tennessee State 4-3 W Mars Hill 17-0 W at South Carolina 4-10 L Lenoir-Rhyne 15-9 W VMI 13-1 W Milligan 5-2 W at Richmond 8-3 W at Richmond 4-7 L at VMI 9-2 W Davidson 4-0 W Western Carolina 6-5 W The Citadel 3-4 L The Citadel 1-6 L Furman 2-7 L at Milligan 3-1 W at Milligan 7-4 W East Tennessee State ­— W at East Tennessee State — W at East Tennessee State — W at Western Carolina 3-4 L 1977 (21-14) at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Tusculum at Tusculum at Tennessee at Chattanooga at Chattanooga at Berry at Berry at Shorter at Mercer-Atlanta at Augusta at Augusta Milligan at The Citadel at The Citadel Wofford Lenoir-Rhyne at Wake Forest at VMI at VMI at William & Mary at William & Mary Marshall Marshall Gardner-Webb East Carolina East Carolina Davidson Davidson at Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne East Tennessee State Furman Furman

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

1978 (24-10) at North Carolina at N.C. State at Wofford

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at Wofford at Morris Brown at Lee at Georgia at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia Tech Wake Forest The Citadel The Citadel at Virginia Tech VMI VMI at Davidson at Davidson at East Tennessee State at Marshall at Marshall Chattanooga Chattanooga Milligan at Furman at Furman Western Carolina Western Carolina Methodist Methodist Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne

15-2 W 22-0 W 14-0 W 5-9 L 10-4 W 14-10 W 20-6 W 10-6 W 13-19 L 3-11 L 9-2 W 10-2 W 4-11 L 9-5 W 16-0 W 9-5 W 10-8 W 8-6 W 2-3 L 3-4 L 6-5 W 7-3 W 10-0 W 8-5 W 13-5 W 10-12 L 5-9 L 2-1 W 9-5 W 6-3 W 17-2 W

1979 (20-22) at Wake Forest at Wofford at South Carolina at Augusta at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Mercer at Charleston Southern at Charleston Southern at Southern Tech at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia State at Georgia State at North Carolina at VMI at VMI at East Tennessee State Davidson Davidson at Western Carolina Marshall Marshall at Virginia Tech Methodist Methodist at The Citadel at The Citadel at Chattanooga at Chattanooga East Tennessee State Milligan Milligan Furman Furman Wake Forest at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Milligan at Milligan Clemson Clemson

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

1980 (17-19) at Georgia Tech at Augusta at Augusta at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell at Wake Forest Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne at Davidson at Davidson at Charlotte at Western Carolina at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Marshall at Marshall at Milligan Bluefield Bluefield The Citadel The Citadel VMI VMI Milligan Milligan at Furman at Furman Chattanooga Chattanooga Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Charlotte

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

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1974 (20-13) at Francis Marion at Francis Marion at Francis Marion at Columbus at Columbus at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Erskine at Catawba at Milligan at Duke at North Carolina Mars Hill at Furman VMI East Carolina East Carolina at Davidson at East Tennessee State at VMI at Richmond at Richmond Furman The Citadel The Citadel Davidson at Virginia Tech William & Mary William & Mary at Western Carolina Virginia Tech Western Carolina

6-1 W 3-2 W 6-5 W 4-1 W 7-9 L 3-2 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 5-4 W 5-7 L 13-14 L

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1981 (35-17-1) at Clemson at Clemson at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Presbyterian at Presbyterian at Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne at Charlotte at Charlotte Hillsdale Hillsdale at Milligan at Milligan King King Wake Forest at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Bluefield at Bluefield at VMI at VMI at Wake Forest Berea Furman Furman UNC Charlotte Western Carolina Western Carolina at Chattanooga at Chattanooga Mars Hill Mars Hill Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb Marshall Marshall Davidson Davidson at Lenoir-Rhyne Milligan Milligan at The Citadel at The Citadel Emory & Henry Emory & Henry

1-16 L 10-4 W 7-2 W 1-8 L 8-9 L 4-6 L 2-3 L 3-3 T 19-4 W 12-4 W 3-9 L 24-4 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 20-11 W 4-3 W 7-6 W 3-2 W 10-6 W 16-14 W 5-0 W 10-4 W 7-12 L 3-6 L 6-0 W 16-5 W 5-2 W 20-0 W 10-3 W 15-14 W 8-1 W 6-1 W 6-4 W 7-12 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 4-3 W 4-2 W 6-4 W 8-1 W 5-2 W 14-2 W 3-9 L 5-2 W 5-10 L 0-5 L 5-1 W 8-7 W 1-13 L 10-11 L 5-15 L 15-1 W 9-2 W

1982 (30-21) at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Georgia Southern at Georgia at Gardner-Webb at Gardner-Webb at Wofford at Wofford Slippery Rock Slippery Rock at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech at Charlotte Chattanooga Chattanooga Catawba Catawba at Mars Hill at Mars Hill at North Carolina at Milligan at Milligan Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Mercer-Atlanta at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Davidson at Davidson at Furman at Furman Milligan Milligan The Citadel The Citadel VMI VMI Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Mars Hill Mars Hill at Marshall at Marshall at Emory & Henry at Emory & Henry at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne

5-9 L 4-3 W 11-3 W 1-4 L 8-10 L 7-5 W 9-2 W 4-2 W 5-6 L 6-7 L 7-6 W 4-3 W 8-10 L 0-1 L 5-9 L 1-0 W 7-1 W 5-0 W 8-2 W 12-4 W 10-2 W 6-3 W 17-18 L 5-10 L 2-3 L 11-0 W 1-3 L 1-11 L 20-4 W 0-2 L 5-6 L 3-2 W 2-4 L 2-0 W 7-4 W 5-2 W 0-1 L 1-2 L 5-4 W 0-5 L 1-3 L 2-0 W 7-3 W 14-7 W 9-4 W 11-8 W 9-4 W 14-1 W 7-2 W 8-2 W 5-6 L

1983 (33-14) at Wake Forest at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia State

4-8 6-0 14-0 2-3

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at Georgia State at Southern Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia at Catawba at Catawba at Charlotte Milligan Milligan at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Marshall at Marshall at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst Piedmont Piedmont at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Charlotte at UNC Wilmington at The Citadel at The Citadel at VMI at VMI Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Davidson Davidson Wofford Wofford Furman Furman Mars Hill Mars Hill Catawba Catawba at Pfeiffer at Pfeiffer at Gardner-Webb at Gardner-Webb

5-4 W 11-8 W 10-11 L 5-18 L 6-3 W 7-2 W 7-11 L 14-1 W 6-0 W 7-8 L 6-7 L 5-0 W 4-8 L 10-3 W 4-0 W 5-4 W 6-1 W 9-0 W 4-0 W 6-9 L 0-4 L 3-1 W 3-4 L 3-4 L 0-2 L 3-2 W 6-2 W 14-4 W 12-4 W 9-3 W 8-7 W 7-3 W 4-6 L 4-1 W 9-4 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 6-2 W 6-5 W 13-3 W 4-1 W 4-1 W 9-8 W

1984 (35-7) at Georgia Tech at Southern Tech at Southern Tech at Kennesaw at Kennesaw at Georgia State at Georgia State at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Piedmont at Piedmont Mercyhurst& Mercyhurst& Marshall Marshall Marshall East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Virginia Tech at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall at Milligan at Milligan at VMI Virginia Tech VMI VMI Catawba Catawba at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne The Citadel% at Western Carolina% The Citadel% Gardner-Webb$ Gardner-Webb$ New Orleans* Eastern Kentucky* &Lenoir, N.C. $Cherryville, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Cullowhee, N.C. *NCAA South II Regional, Starkville, Miss. 1985 (35-13) at Furman at Furman at Catawba at Catawba King& at Catawba at Catawba at Wake Forest at Wingate at Wingate Connecticut# Connecticut# at Davidson Rhode Island Rhode Island Marshall Marshall Marshall$ at Western Carolina

4-6 L 7-6 W 6-3 W 6-4 W 2-1 W 7-4 W 8-13 L 6-5 W 11-0 W 4-1 W 2-0 W 9-0 W 22-3 W 5-9 L 9-1 W 7-2 W 3-0 W 1-5 L 8-0 W 13-0 W 13-5 W 5-1 W 17-2 W 4-3 W 6-4 W 8-5 W 5-1 W 10-1 W 4-7 L 11-1 W 15-7 W 5-4 W 8-2 W 12-2 W 9-4 W 6-1 W 9-5 W 6-1 W 9-6 W 12-1 W 0-1 L 9-10 L

16-1 W 15-1 W 7-1 W 10-4 W 12-8 W 8-7 W 8-4 W 1-2 L 5-6 L 8-2 W 9-6 W 10-6 W 7-9 L 10-9 W 11-7 W 4-3 W 3-5 L 7-6 W 12-6 W

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at Western Carolina Radford at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at North Carolina North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State$ Virginia Tech Tennessee at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall UNC Asheville UNC Asheville at Clemson VMI VMI VMI at Virginia Tech at Liberty at Liberty at VMI at VMI at VMI Western Carolina% Davidson% $Lenoir, N.C. &High Point, N.C. #Davidson, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Boone, N.C. 1986 (40-13-1) at Furman at Furman at Clemson at USC Spartanburg at USC Spartanburg at Guilford at Guilford at Wake Forest at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at UNC Asheville at UNC Asheville Davidson at Marshall at Marshall Western Carolina Western Carolina at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T USC Spartanburg St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Kent State Kent State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State UNC Asheville UNC Asheville Virginia Tech Marshall Marshall Marshall at Virginia Tech at VMI at VMI at VMI at Milligan at Milligan Liberty& Liberty& VMI VMI VMI at Tennessee Davidson% at Western Carolina% East Tennessee State% at Western Carolina% Stanford* at Oklahoma State* &Lenoir, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Cullowhee, N.C. *NCAA Midwest Regional, Stillwater, Okla. 1987 (26-13) at Clemson at Clemson at Wake Forest Assumption# Assumption# at North Carolina A&T Marshall Marshall Marshall at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Bluefield Bluefield at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State VMI VMI VMI&

5-7 L 17-7 W 4-2 W 8-5 W 3-10 L 11-0 W 7-0 W 6-0 W 5-3 W 11-2 W 2-14 L 10-3 W 14-7 W 8-3 W 4-6 L 4-3 W 5-1 W 2-3 L 8-6 W 13-3 W 26-3 W 11-0 W 2-3 L 7-2 W 18-4 W 3-8 L 18-6 W 2-3 L 5-8 L

16-3 W 7-4 W 11-6 W 3-14 L 17-5 W 10-8 W 13-0 W 16-5 W 9-3 W 12-3 W 5-7 L 11-14 L 10-10 T 15-4 W 14-6 W 5-2 W 8-3 W 3-7 L 11-1 W 15-14 W 9-3 W 6-4 W 9-3 W 7-4 W 1-4 L 7-5 W 7-6 W 10-3 W 4-1 W 14-10 W 5-4 W 3-1 W 7-4 W 5-0 W 8-1 W 19-9 W 12-7 W 14-2 W 12-4 W 1-8 L 6-5 W 14-0 W 4-6 L 5-8 L 12-3 W 8-7 W 6-5 W 3-5 L 5-4 W 17-18 L 16-14 W 8-11 L 1-11 L 2-23 L

6-7 L 0-1 L 14-6 W 10-8 W 7-4 W 7-0 W 3-2 W 5-4 W 10-2 W 4-9 L 7-0 W 5-0 W 9-0 W 9-5 W 6-1 W 24-8 W 6-1 W 1-6 L 6-4 W


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1988 (29-17) at Wake Forest at Guilford at Guilford at Furman at Furman at Clemson at High Point at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T St. Joseph’s (Ind.)& at Marshall UNC Asheville# East Tennessee State# East Tennessee State# East Tennessee State# Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Western Carolina Western Carolina at VMI at VMI at VMI at Virginia Tech at Radford at Radford Marshall Marshall Marshall at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State Radford Radford VMI VMI VMI Lenoir-Rhyne# USC Spartanburg King$ Milligan$ Milligan$ Western Carolina% VMI% The Citadel% &Johnson City, Tenn. #Granite Falls, N.C. $Elizabethton, Tenn. %SoCon Tournament, Asheville, N.C.

8-9 L 14-10 W 5-0 W 15-3 W 15-2 W 1-7 L 26-1 W 9-0 W 4-3 W 9-4 W 3-11 L 9-8 W 5-2 W 3-1 W 13-10 W 3-2 W 12-5 W 3-2 W 2-9 L 7-1 W 4-8 L 4-6 L 9-11 L 2-3 L 10-9 W 5-1 W 6-5 W 7-8 L 10-2 W 11-2 W 1-3 L 17-2 W 3-9 L 8-7 W 6-3 W 5-12 L 9-8 W 8-7 W 6-7 L 6-11 L Forfeit W 10-3 W 7-10 L 8-18 L 11-4 W 9-16 L

8-6 W 8-3 W 7-3 W 4-3 W 10-4 W 7-3 W 3-15 L 8-16 L 12-6 W 4-5 L 15-8 W 6-0 W 4-5 L 17-3 W Forfeit W 1-6 L 6-13 L 8-5 W 10-4 W 9-8 W 3-4 L 14-0 W 15-2 W 21-14 W 8-3 W 10-7 W 2-3 L 11-10 W 7-4 W 10-1 W 6-2 W 5-6 L 11-6 W 4-3 W 10-7 W

at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Milligan Furman% Marshall% Western Carolina$ #Granite Falls, N.C. *North Wilkesboro, N.C. &Cherryville, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Asheville, N.C. $SoCon Tournament, Montreat, N.C.

10-11 L 16-5 W 3-5 L 10-11 L 8-2 W 13-9 W 2-7 L

1990 (19-22-1) at Richmond at Gardner-Webb at Winthrop at Belmont Abbey at Belmont Abbey at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Winthrop at Furman at Furman at Furman at Milligan at Milligan The Citadel The Citadel at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech at East Tennessee State Davidson VMI& VMI VMI UNC Asheville at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall at Clemson at UNC Asheville Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina at Wake Forest at Tennessee at Tennessee at Davidson at Davidson Liberty King# Lenoir-Rhyne# VMI% at The Citadel% Western Carolina% &North Wilkesboro, N.C. #Granite Falls, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

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

1991 (28-21) at Winthrop Bristol Bristol at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina at Auburn at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at S.C. State at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at UNC Asheville East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State UNC Asheville Milligan Milligan Shepherd at VMI at VMI at Liberty at Liberty at Virginia Tech Marshall# Marshall# at Milligan Wis.-Stevens Point& King King Virginia Tech at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Davidson at Tennessee at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at Clemson at Clemson North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T Furman% at The Citadel% East Tennessee State% Furman% Western Carolina% #Lenoir, N.C. &Milligan, Tenn. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

5-3 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 8-7 W 9-6 W 13-7 W 1-10 L 0-10 L 9-20 L 12-0 W 2-9 L 1-14 L 1-6 L 8-4 W 10-0 W 4-1 W 1-5 L 6-9 L 6-4 W 9-6 W 6-2 W 17-2 W 7-6 W 1-4 L 3-4 L 10-7 W 7-8 L 4-5 L 2-6 L 1-5 L 7-2 W 12-2 W 10-9 W 4-3 W 1-4 L 9-15 L 11-4 W 2-10 L 11-2 W 11-0 W 5-10 L 0-13 L Forfeit W Forfeit W 4-2 W 2-0 W 7-1 W 6-7 L 0-4 L

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1992 (17-34) at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Davidson at Davidson at Winthrop at Belmont Abbey at Belmont Abbey Wofford Mars Hill at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at North Carolina at N.C. State at Duke VMI# VMI# VMI# Catawba at Marshall at Marshall at Tennessee at Tennessee Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina at Virginia Tech Virginia Tech North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern USC Spartanburg Winthrop at Furman at Furman at Furman Davidson UNC Asheville UNC Asheville The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel at Clemson at Clemson East Tennessee State% Marshall% at The Citadel% #Lenoir, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1993 (15-27) at Florida State at Florida State at Clemson at Winthrop at UNC Asheville at North Carolina at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at College of Charleston at S.C. State at South Carolina at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State Milligan# at Furman at Furman at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech North Carolina A&T# North Carolina A&T# Georgia Southern# Georgia Southern# Georgia Southern# Montreat-Anderson# Montreat-Anderson# at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall UNC Asheville& Virginia Tech at VMI at VMI at VMI Winthrop Belmont Abbey Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina at The Citadel% Marshall% #Granite Falls, N.C. %Taylorsville, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1994 (22-26) at North Carolina at UNC Greensboro at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest at UNC Charlotte at UNC Charlotte The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel

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

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

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1989 (29-13) Gardner-Webb# Gardner-Webb# Pfeiffer# Pfeiffer# at Warren Wilson at Warren Wilson at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Piedmont at Clemson at South Carolina Furman Furman North Carolina A&T* North Carolina A&T* at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at Wake Forest UNC Asheville East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Radford at VMI at VMI Virginia Tech Virginia Tech at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne Marshall Marshall Marshall Davidson UNC Asheville&

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

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Coppin State& Coppin State& King& Delaware State& East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State$ at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech UNC Asheville Charlotte at Georgia Tech Davidson% Western Carolina% VMI% Milligan Milligan Florida International$ Florida International$ Florida International$ #Greensboro, N.C. &Granite Falls, N.C. $Lenoir, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Asheville, N.C.


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ALL-TIME RESULTS at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Tennessee at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson Liberty at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State Morehead State at Virginia Tech Davidson& Furman Furman UNC Charlotte King at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro Marshall Marshall Marshall at Clemson Virginia Tech VMI VMI VMI at Winthrop East Tennessee State# at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina UNC Asheville Marshall% Georgia Southern% &Taylorsville, N.C. #Granite Falls, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1995 (17-30-1) at North Carolina at UNC Greensboro at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at Catawba at Catawba at Liberty at Charlotte East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Clemson at Furman at Furman at Furman UNC Asheville UNC Asheville Kent State Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern at Virginia Tech Charlotte Charlotte at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall Eastern Kentucky UNC Greensboro at Virginia Military at Virginia Military at Virginia Military Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina North Carolina A&T Davidson# at East Tennessee State West Virginia$ at Ohio State at Ohio State North Carolina& Western Carolina% VMI% #Granite Falls, N.C. &Hickory, N.C. $Columbus, Ohio %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1996 (27-19) at North Carolina A&T at UNC Greensboro at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at UNC Asheville at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Wake Forest Furman Furman Furman UNC Asheville UNC Asheville at Georgia Southern

4-22 L 4-22 L 1-24 L 2-7 L 1-2 L 9-7 W 5-4 W 7-8 L 2-8 L 9-2 W 8-4 W 5-4 W 7-8 L 9-4 W 3-1 W 9-5 W 21-0 W 0-9 L 2-9 L 6-11 L 1-5 L 4-6 L 2-8 L 0-10 L 13-1 W 2-8 L 6-7 L 13-2 W 8-1 W 6-11 L 1-2 L 9-2 W 2-6 L 13-2 W 6-4 W 16-3 W 3-7 L 1-6 L

4-5 L 6-13 L 2-1 W 2-3 L 6-7 L 2-15 L 1-6 L 4-8 L 5-6 L 7-6 W 16-20 L 9-32 L 12-7 W 4-8 L 5-5 T 0-11 L 8-4 W 10-5 W 16-8 W 15-1 W 4-0 W 3-5 L 5-8 L 3-1 W 6-7 L 5-22 L 9-8 W 2-4 L 3-2 W 9-5 W 3-5 L 1-9 L 2-5 L 7-12 L 6-9 L 11-9 W 6-4 W 7-8 L 10-17 L 26-3 W 9-3 W 7-8 L 6-0 W 6-7 L 2-6 L 2-7 L 6-9 L 4-13 L

10-4 W 13-3 W 16-7 W 9-3 W 6-0 W 3-6 L 1-5 L 4-5 L 18-8 W 13-6 W 5-6 L 1-4 L 7-8 L 4-10 L 5-3 W 7-8 L

at Georgia Southern Marshall Marshall Marshall at Virginia Tech at Radford at Radford VMI VMI VMI Wofford Wofford Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Radford at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Tennessee Tech at North Carolina Davidson North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T UNC Greensboro The Citadel The Citadel Wake Forest The Citadel# Davidson# East Tennessee State# #SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

3-6 L at Radford 7-4 W at VMI 4-0 W at VMI 4-0 W at VMI 2-19 L at UNC Greensboro 0-2 L at UNC Greensboro 7-2 W at UNC Greensboro 12-11 W Radford 6-4 W vs. Wake Forest 7-1 W Western Carolina 8-2 W Western Carolina 6-3 W Western Carolina 8-7 W 7-6 W 1999 (14-38) 6-5 W at Florida International 15-12 W at Florida International 20-6 W at Florida International 5-8 L at Winthrop 3-5 L at Winthrop 6-8 L at Winthrop 14-12 W at N.C. State 24-7 W at Davidson 12-3 W at Davidson 4-10 L at Davidson 6-10 L at North Carolina A&T 0-12 L at High Point 7-6 W at Georgia Southern 2-6 L at Georgia Southern 5-2 W at Georgia Southern 2-5 L at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at Tennessee Tech 8-9 L at North Carolina 8-7 W UNC Greensboro 3-15 L UNC Greensboro 10-3 W UNC Greensboro 5-6 L North Carolina A&T 12-4 W VMI 7-3 W VMI 3-8 L VMI 11-7 W at East Tennessee State 6-16 L at East Tennessee State 7-19 L at East Tennessee State 5-6 L Tennessee Tech 3-5 L at Wake Forest 2-11 L Furman 1-4 L Furman 0-21 L Furman 11-10 W Wake Forest 8-6 W at Western Carolina 3-5 L at Western Carolina 6-17 L at Western Carolina 4-17 L Elon 12-4 W High Point 6-7 L Winthrop 11-10 W The Citadel 9-13 L The Citadel 14-10 W The Citadel 1-3 L at Elon 11-15 L South Carolina* 4-10 L at Old Dominion 4-18 L at Old Dominion 6-26 L at Wofford 2-8 L at Wofford 5-8 L at Wofford 9-13 L *Hickory, N.C. 6-7 L 3-2 W 2000 (17-38-1) 2-7 L at Charlotte 6-8 L at Winthrop 5-6 L at Winthrop 2-7 L at Florida State 6-7 L at Florida State 8-3 W at Tennessee 6-3 W at Tennessee 6-5 W at Tennessee 21-17 W at Campbell 5-14 L at High Point 7-5 W at College of Charleston 11-13 L at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at Elon Charlotte 9-2 W at East Carolina 9-5 W at East Carolina 4-5 L at East Carolina 10-9 W at UNC Greensboro 2-6 L at UNC Greensboro 3-13 L Western Carolina 10-9 W Western Carolina 11-14 L Western Carolina 3-19 L at Tennessee Tech 13-8 W Wofford 12-7 W Wofford 5-9 L Wofford 5-17 L Campbell 4-7 L at Wake Forest 2-10 L at Furman 3-12 L at Furman 3-7 L at Furman 17-5 W Davidson 4-9 L Davidson 9-5 W Elon 7-14 L at VMI 11-12 L at VMI 11-7 W at VMI 10-7 W vs. Wake Forest* 7-15 L High Point 12-11 W East Tennessee State 13-17 L East Tennessee State 9-13 L East Tennessee State 7-9 L at UNC Asheville

1997 (16-32) vs. Virginia Commonwealth vs. East Carolina vs. Old Dominion at North Carolina A&T at UNC Greensboro at UNC Asheville at UNC Asheville at Wake Forest East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Furman at Furman at Furman at Wofford at Duke at North Carolina Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern at Clemson at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall at Radford at VMI at VMI at VMI Virginia Tech Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina Radford Wofford Wofford UNC Asheville Wake Forest at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel UNC Greensboro Tennessee Tech Davidson Davidson Davidson vs. Georgia Southern# vs. Davidson# vs. Furman# #SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1998 (13-28) at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest vs. Norfolk State at Auburn at Auburn at Jacksonville State at North Carolina at UNC Asheville vs. East Tennessee State vs. East Tennessee State vs. East Tennessee State at N.C. State at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at Furman at Furman at Furman at Campbell Davidson Davidson Davidson North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T Wofford Wofford UNC Asheville UNC Asheville

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8-18 L 11-12 L 3-4 L 8-5 W 7-15 L 1-9 L 7-16 L 13-4 W 3-7 L 7-15 L 8-9 L 3-14 L 1-10 L 1-2 L 0-15 L 2-8 L 5-18 L 2-3 L 3-18 L 4-3 W 0-4 L 16-8 W 13-14 L 8-10 L 14-8 W 9-17 L 4-6 L 12-19 L 3-15 L 2-13 L 11-12 L 3-4 L 5-6 L 7-4 W 3-13 L 20-3 W 13-7 W 4-6 L 19-16 W 17-23 L 5-9 L 8-9 L 13-6 W 6-7 L 4-20 L 9-11 L 9-7 W 10-16 L 4-11 L 6-5 W 4-5 L 10-9 W 14-13 W 1-10 L 4-12 L 5-8 L 7-8 L 1-5 L 3-12 L 0-13 L 3-10 L 8-9 L 15-8 W 17-16 W

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


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2001 (21-32) vs. Kentucky# at Winthrop vs. Kentucky# at Winthrop at Elon vs. UNC Wilmington! vs. Richmond! vs. Old Dominion! at Florida State at Florida State at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at North Carolina at High Point at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at Wake Forest at James Madison Furman Furman UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro at Charlotte at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at UNC Asheville at Wofford at Wofford at Wofford Charlotte vs. Wake Forest High Point VMI VMI VMI The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel at UNC Asheville at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State Winthrop UNC Asheville UNC Asheville vs. Furman$ vs. The Citadel$ vs. College of Charleston$ vs. UNC Greensboro$ #Rock Hill, S.C. !Hughes Brothers’ Classic, Wilmington, N.C. $SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

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3-8 L 1-8 L 6-4 W 2-6 L 6-7 L 1-6 L 5-6 L 3-8 L 4-10 L 4-7 L 1-6 L 7-10 L 1-7 L 7-9 L 20-3 W 8-2 W 10-7 W 9-4 W 4-13 L 8-23 L 7-6 W 0-7 L 8-6 W 10-4 W 4-7 L 4-13 L 3-7 L 7-18 L 13-11 W 3-2 W 7-6 W 2-6 L 5-2 W 6-8 L 4-18 L 9-6 W 9-6 W 9-10 L 17-5 W 8-10 L 9-3 W 10-13 L 10-8 W 7-8 L 5-8 L 5-8 L 0-5 L 10-9 W 7-4 W 4-2 W 3-5 L 4-3 W 1-2 L

5-12 L 9-17 L 22-3 W 3-5 L 12-1 W 4-5 L 6-15 L 4-10 L 3-22 L 3-14 L 4-3 W 3-6 L 2-4 L 7-11 L 1-9 L 2-10 L 4-8 L 10-26 L 3-17 L 3-6 L 4-3 W 10-7 W 9-11 L 8-3 W 6-4 W 3-1 W 1-16 L 4-2 W 3-1 W 4-5 L 1-19 L 1-13 L 4-8 L 4-10 L 17-16 W 16-6 W 4-3 W 3-9 L 13-3 W

E. Tennessee State E. Tennessee State at North Carolina Winthrop at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro High Point Wofford Wofford Wofford # at Coastal Carolina (Conway, S.C.) ! at Winthrop (Rock Hill, S.C.)

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

2003 (14-36) at Wake Forest at Elon at Florida State at Florida State at Florida State at North Carolina at UNC Wilmington at Hofstra (at Wilmington, N.C.) at Tennessee Tech at East Carolina at East Carolina at Charleston Southern at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel UNC Asheville at High Point at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson Elon East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Furman at Furman at Furman Wake Forest Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern High Point Gardner-Webb at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at Charlotte VMI VMI VMI at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Charleston Southern Wofford Wofford Wofford

0-26 L 3-9 L 5-16 L 1-9 L 0-17 L 6-10 L 2-8 L 2-0 W 8-7 W 0-9 L 2-5 L 16-13 W 3-12 L 5-6 L 6-5 W 4-10 L 4-5 L 8-12 L 11-10 W 14-10 W 4-5 L 6-7 L 2-5 L 5-7 L 7-3 W 8-5 W 12-19 L 2-5 L 2-9 L 1-15 L 6-13 L 4-11 L 9-13 L 3-1 W 10-7 W 8-9 L 7-14 L 8-17 L 4-3 W 3-13 L 4-6 L 8-10 L 1-11 L 12-7 W 5-10 L 8-10 L 3-5 L 5-6 L 6-0 W 9-7 W

2004 (10-43) at Gardner-Webb at Gardner-Webb vs. Stony Brook vs. Akron at Winthrop at Wake Forest at Elon at Elon at Elon at North Carolina at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at East Carolina at Wofford at Wofford at Wofford Brown Brown Brown Brown at UNC Asheville College of Charleston College of Charleston College of Charleston at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at Tennessee Tech Davidson Davidson Davidson at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Campbell Furman Furman Furman Tennessee Tech UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb at Stetson

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

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at Stetson at Stetson Campbell UNC Asheville Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina

2-7 L 1-11 L 3-7 L 1-14 L 8-10 L 5-4 W 18-11 W

2005 (10-42) at North Carolina A&T at Gardner-Webb at Gardner-Webb at No. 7 North Carolina vs. Kentucky^ vs. George Mason^ at Charleston Southern at Wake Forest at No. 11 Florida State at No. 11 Florida State at Tennessee Tech at Furman at Furman at Furman at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at UNC Asheville Wofford Wofford Wofford Charlotte Albany Albany Albany Gardner-Webb at No. 19 College of Charleston at No. 19 College of Charleston at No. 19 College of Charleston at Longwood The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel Gardner-Webb at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at Campbell East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at Charlotte Tennessee Tech Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Wake Forest at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro Elon Elon Elon ^ at Charleston, S.C.

6-2 W 1-18 L 3-5 L 0-5 L 1-6 L 2-16 L 6-11 L 4-11 L 2-11 L 1-4 L 4-1 W 5-3 W 11-13 L 4-5 L 4-9 L 6-14 L 9-10 L 6-5 W 3-10 L 3-2 W 7-4 W 12-5 W 3-5 L 7-9 L 4-5 L 0-6 L 4-24 L 3-19 L 2-7 L 4-15 L 9-5 W 9-8 W 5-12 L 2-13 L 8-9 L 6-10 L 5-10 L 9-10 L 7-18 L 11-15 L 8-2 W 1-9 L 5-27 L 1-7 L 1-15 L 12-20 L 3-6 L 3-6 L 4-11 L 2-18 L 7-29 L 3-7 L

2006 (24-31-1) Buffalo^ Buffalo^ at Gardner-Webb$ vs. Army# vs. Niagara# vs. Army# Campbell! at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama at North Carolina Canisius& Canisius& Canisius& Canisius% at Auburn at North Carolina A&T College of Charleston College of Charleston College of Charleston at Elon at Elon at Elon Gardner-Webb Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina Charlotte UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro North Carolina A&T at Virginia Tech at Wofford at Wofford at Wofford North Carolina A&T Furman Furman Furman at Charlotte East Tennessee State at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel Longwood at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern

12-6 W 2-4 L 7-4 W 11-8 W 7-6 W 4-2 W 12-7 W 3-4 L 3-8 L 3-8 L 4-6 L 10-7 W 6-4 W 7-0 W 11-3 W 2-7 L 2-3 L 3-10 L 2-8 L 0-2 L 0-8 L 2-5 L 8-9 L 8-9 L 0-11 L 4-3 W 4-15 L 13-13 T 10-20 L 11-8 W 4-7 L 21-5 W 4-5 L 16-3 W 10-3 W 6-8 L 16-11 W 2-3 L 7-2 W 11-17 L 3-4 L 5-4 W 2-7 L 7-2 W 3-4 L 8-6 W 1-4 L 6-8 L 12-7 W

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2002 (16-34) at Coastal Carolina vs. William & Mary# vs. Wagner! at Winthrop vs. Wagner! at Winthrop at N.C. State at Wake Forest at Wake Forest at Furman at Furman at Furman at Florida State at Florida State at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina Binghamton Binghamton Davidson Davidson Davidson at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at UNC Asheville at UNC Asheville Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern UNC Asheville Winthrop at VMI at VMI at High Point E. Tennessee State

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Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel UNC Asheville vs. Georgia Southern# vs. East Tennessee State# vs. College of Charleston# *Hickory, N.C. #SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.


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ALL-TIME RESULTS at North Carolina A&T 6-9 L Davidson 10-9 W Davidson 9-8 W Davidson 5-6 L vs. Davidson* 5-4 W vs. Elon* 3-4 L vs. Georgia Southern* 2-5 L ^ at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (Kannapolis, N.C.) # at Davidson, N.C. ! at Ernie Shore Field (Winston-Salem, N.C.) & at L.P. Frans Stadium (Hickory, N.C.) % at M.S. Deal Stadium (Granite Falls, N.C.) $ Game completed March 28 at ASU (13th inning) * Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2007 (33-26) at Gardner-Webb 7-9 L Coppin State$ 17-2 W Coppin State$ 23-0! W Coppin State$ 19-3 W at Wake Forest 10-9 W at No. 2 Florida State 3-6 L at No. 2 Florida State 2-10 L at No. 2 Florida State 8-12 L at North Carolina A&T 14-5 W Dayton& 20-2 W Dayton& 13-12 W Dayton& 5-3 W at East Tennessee State 12-13 L Fairleigh Dickinson^ 11-4 W Fairleigh Dickinson^ 2-4 L Fairleigh Dickinson^ 9-2 W at No. 3 South Carolina 5-13 L at No. 3 South Carolina 1-4 L Elon^ 2-24 L Elon^ 9-8 W Elon^ 0-5 L East Tennessee State^ 6-8 L Wofford^ 9-7 W Wofford^ 8-2 W Wofford^ 10-9 W at East Tennessee State 6-5 W at Furman 8-4 W at Furman 7-1 W at Furman 8-7 W at UNC Asheville 8-7 W at College of Charleston 3-11 L at College of Charleston 6-10 L at College of Charleston 6-7 L Gardner-Webb 6-1 W The Citadel 9-7 W The Citadel 0-17 L The Citadel 5-8 L North Carolina A&T 15-16 L Georgia Southern 10-4 W Georgia Southern 2-3 L Georgia Southern 10-16 L UNC Asheville 12-11 W Wake Forest 5-13 L UNC Asheville 10-2 W at Western Carolina 0-6 L at Western Carolina 7-13 L at Western Carolina 6-3 W at Davidson 14-4 W at Davidson 23-2 W at Davidson 4-6 L at Longwood 8-2 W at Longwood 1-0 W Radford 15-3 W at UNC Greensboro 0-8 L at UNC Greensboro 10-8 W at UNC Greensboro 19-7 W vs. UNC Greensboro* 3-9 L vs. College of Charleston* 11-10 W vs. Elon* 5-9 L $ at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (Kannapolis, N.C.) ! No-hitter (five innings) & at Ernie Shore Stadium (Winston-Salem, N.C.) ^ at L.P. Frans Stadium (Hickory, N.C.) * Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2008 (32-27) at NC State at NC State at NC State at North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest Canisius^ Canisius^ Canisius^ Canisius^ at High Point vs. Yale% vs. Yale% vs. Quinnipiac% at Auburn at Auburn at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State Wake Forest UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro High Point North Carolina A&T at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel UNC Asheville at North Carolina College of Charleston College of Charleston

1-8 L 7-5 W 4-14 L 9-6 W 18-8 W 1-10 L 7-6 W 5-11 L 4-9 L 19-14 W 2-7 L 13-0 W 11-4 W 0-17 L 4-2 W 6-1 W 15-6 W 4-5 L 22-6 W 3-9 L 8-12 L 11-17 L 10-3 W 10-1 W 5-6 L 14-6 W 6-9 L 23-8 W 0-7 L 13-16 L 2-8 L

College of Charleston 6-7 L at USC Upstate 6-4 W Gardner-Webb 3-10 L at Georgia Southern 7-13 L at Georgia Southern 5-3 W at Georgia Southern 5-3 W at East Tennessee State 1-2 L Western Carolina 6-2 W Western Carolina 12-8 W Western Carolina 4-5 L at Tennessee 4-12 L at Gardner-Webb 9-3 W Davidson 10-5 W Davidson 8-7 W Davidson 5-4 W at Elon 3-7 L at Elon 9-3 W at Elon 26-10 W Furman 5-0 W Furman 14-3 W Furman 4-2 W at UNC Asheville 9-3 W at Wofford 7-12 L at Wofford 7-8 L at Wofford 16-6 W vs. Furman* 8-10 L vs. Western Carolina* 10-5 W vs. Furman* 12-13 L ^ at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (Kannapolis, N.C.) % at Davidson, N.C. * Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2009 (33-21) Jacksonville State^ 4-3 (13) W Jacksonville State^ 9-6 W Jacksonville State^ 6-3 W at Wake Forest 3-15 L at Gardner-Webb 11-5 W Elon* 6-8 L Elon* 10-14 L High Point 7-2 W at Western Carolina* 0-4 L at Western Carolina* 11-14 L at Western Carolina* 3-4 L at No. 2 North Carolina 8-9 L at No. 2 North Carolina 3-12 L The Citadel* 10-6 W The Citadel* 3-12 L The Citadel* 2-19 L Wake Forest 1-3 L at East Tennessee State 3-5 L Georgia Southern* 7-12 L Georgia Southern* 7-10 L Georgia Southern* 3-1 W North Carolina A&T 19-6 W at Davidson* 8-9 L at Davidson* 15-5 W at UNC Asheville 17-7 W High Point 4-3 (11) W at Furman* 3-5 L at Furman* 24-4 W at Furman* 4-1 W at Tennessee 9-7 W Samford* 6-4 W Samford* 4-3 W Samford* 6-3 W East Tennessee State 15-12 W Gardner-Webb 12-10 W at College of Charleston 3-5 L at College of Charleston 7-3 W at College of Charleston 6-4 W North Carolina A&T 9-6 W at High Point 6-4 W Wofford 13-9 W Wofford* 5-0 W Wofford* 11-6 W Radford 14-3 W North Carolina Central 17-0 W at UNC Greensboro* 1-3 L at UNC Greensboro* 19-4 W at UNC Greensboro* 9-8 (10) W at NC State 6-10 L Longwood 16-6 W Longwood 4-2 W vs. The Citadel% 4-1 W vs. Georgia Southern% 5-6 L vs. The Citadel% 3-5 L ^ at McNair Field (Forest City, N.C.) % Southern Conference Tournament (Greenville, S.C.) 2010 (38-18-1) vs. Presbyterian^ at USC Upstate^ at Gardner-Webb% vs. Niagara# vs. Marist# vs. Niagara# Rider! Rider! Rider! at Presbyterian at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* Columbia Columbia Western Carolina* Western Carolina* Western Carolina* at The Citadel* at The Citadel* at The Citadel* East Tennessee State

6-1 W 11-0 W 8-2 W 13-4 W 5-3 W 13-2 W 7-5 W 8-5 W 8-6 W 8-6 W 3-8 L 2-5 L 16-12 W 10-9 W 8-4 W 11-7 W 7-10 L 4-4 (6) T 2-13 L 1-2 L 3-6 L 14-4 W

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Furman* 10-7 W Furman* 5-4 (10) W Furman* 3-6 L North Carolina A&T 15-4 W North Carolina A&T 3-2 W Davidson* 10-8 W Davidson* 7-3 W Davidson* 7-5 W at High Point 7-2 W High Point 12-7 W UNC Greensboro* 12-1 W UNC Greensboro* 6-5 W UNC Greensboro* 3-9 L at East Tennessee State 11-10 W at Samford* 17-7 W at Samford* 7-3 W UNC Asheville 18-5 W Wake Forest 10-5 W Gardner-Webb 5-6 L at Elon* 4-5 L at Elon* 1-6 L at Elon* 3-13 L at UNC Asheville 12-2 W College of Charleston* 5-15 L College of Charleston* 1-13 L College of Charleston* 1-9 L at Wake Forest 3-10 L at Wofford* 7-6 W at Wofford* 13-4 W at Wofford* 10-3 W vs. College of Charleston$ 11-12 (11) L vs. Georgia Southern$ 6-2 W vs. College of Charleston$ 10-6 W vs. Western Carolina$ 3-2 W vs. Western Carolina$ 6-7 L ^ Mariott Classic (Spartanburg, S.C.) % at McNair Field (Forest City, N.C.) # North vs. South Challenge (Forest City, N.C.) ! at L.P. Frans Stadium (Hickory, N.C.) $ Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2011 (33-27) Maryland-Eastern Shore^ 4-0 W Maryland-Eastern Shore^ 13-2 W Maryland-Eastern Shore^ 9-0 W at Gardner-Webb 7-0 W at No. 20 MIami (Fla.) 3-6 L at No. 20 Miami (Fla.) 7-5 W at No. 20 MIami (Fla.) 0-10 L at North Carolina A&T 14-4 W at The Citadel* 0-4 L at The Citadel* 4-12 L at The Citadel* 1-4 L LaSalle 2-0 W LaSalle 6-3 W Elon* 4-10 L Elon* 4-5 L Elon* 10-16 L at High Point 6-10 (5 ) L at UNC Greensboro* 3-5 L at UNC Greensboro* 4-2 W at UNC Greensboro* 3-5 L UNC Asheville 9-5 W Cornell 8-3 W Cornell 3-5 L Cornell 8-7 W vs. Wake Forest # 2-6 L Wofford* 3-1 W Wofford* 6-2 W Wofford* 6-2 W North Carolina A&T 10-5 W at East Tennessee State 4-9 L at Furman* 2-3 L at Furman* 10-2 W at Furman* 3-2 W at Tennessee 6-5 W Gardner-Webb 12-3 W Samford* 4-0 W Samford* 4-5 L Samford* 3-8 L Presbyterian 8-6 W at Davidson* 3-1 (12) W at Davidson* 4-3 W at Davidson* 7-0 W at Radford 1-3 L North Carolina A&T 6-1 W East Tennessee State 3-5 L Western Carolina* 10-5 W Western Carolina* 10-9 W Western Carolina* 7-13 L High Point 5-6 (10) L at College of Charleston* 4-7 L at College of Charleston* 8-5 W at College of Charleston* 7-10 L at No. 17 North Carolina 2-7 L Georgia Southern* 11-1 W Georgia Southern* 8-6 W Georgia Southern* 4-12 L vs. Samford % 3-5 L vs. UNC Greensboro % 6-4 W vs. Furman % 5-0 W vs. Samford % 1-2 L ^ at McNair Field (Forest City, N.C.) # at L.P. Frans Stadium (Hickory, N.C.) % Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)


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2012 (41-18) vs. George Mason^ vs. Akron^ vs. Akron^ at No. 7 LSU at No. 7 LSU at No. 7 LSU at North Carolina A&T Rider Rider Rider Rider Duke Davidson* Davidson* Davidson* at Duke at No. 3 South Carolina The Citadel* The Citadel* The Citadel* at Elon* at Elon* at Elon* North Carolina A&T Oakland Oakland Oakland College of Charleston* College of Charleston* College of Charleston* at Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* Furman* Furman* Furman* High Point at Wofford* at Wofford* at Wofford* at East Tennessee State UNC Greensboro* UNC Greensboro* UNC Greensboro* at Samford* at Samford* at Samford* Gardner-Webb at Western Carolina* at Western Carolina* at Western Carolina* at Furman $ vs. Samford $ at Furman $ vs. No. 23 Oklahoma ! at No. 15 Virginia ! vs. No. 23 Oklahoma ! vs. No. 23 Oklahoma !

1-2 L 8-3 W 4-1 W 0-4 L 1-0 W 11-1 W 5-3 W 6-3 W 10-4 W 22-4 W 15-4 W 6-4 W 10-4 W 16-3 W 5-4 (10) W 6-3 W 4-6 L 10-5 W 9-4 W 7-6 W 8-10 L 5-0 W 2-11 L 14-0 W 13-8 W 14-5 W 10-5 W 8-6 W 8-2 W 3-8 L 3-6 L 5-1 W 3-13 L 6-7 L 14-2 W 6-5 W 14-0 W 6-2 W 3-2 W 7-6 W 6-0 W 4-7 L 8-7 W 5-4 W 8-10 L 7-4 W 2-4 L 9-7 W 5-3 W 6-8 L 5-4 W 7-9 L 7-5 W 7-12 L 4-13 L 5-4 W 6-5 W 6-14 L 2-5 L

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Won Lost Tied First Meeting Last Meeting Akron 2 1 0 2004 2012 Alabama 0 3 0 2006 2006 Albany 0 3 0 2005 2005 Allen 7 1 0 1969 1971 Army 2 0 0 2006 2006 Assumption 2 0 0 1987 1987 Auburn 1 5 0 1991 2008 Augusta 13 8 0 1968 1982 Barton 11 7 0 1957 1969 Belmont Abbey 3 4 0 1967 1993 Benedict 2 0 0 1971 1971 Berea 1 0 0 1981 1981 Berry 1 1 0 1977 1977 Binghampton 2 0 0 2002 2002 Bluefield 6 0 0 1980 1987 Bristol 2 0 0 1991 1991 Brown 2 2 0 2004 2004 Bryan 1 0 0 1971 1971 Buffalo 1 1 0 2006 2006 Butler — FIRST MEETINGS — Campbell 4 6 1 1980 2006 Canisius 5 3 0 2006 2008 Carson-Newman 3 0 0 1973 1988 Catawba 18 25 0 1955 1995 Charleston (W.Va.) 2 1 0 1970 1971 Charleston Southern 3 2 0 1979 2005 Charlotte 9 13 1 1980 2006 Chattanooga 14 1 0 1970 1982 The Citadel 28 76 0 1972 2012 Clemson 2 18 0 1973 1997 Coastal Carolina 0 1 0 2002 2002 College of Charleston 11 33 0 1993 2012 Columbia 2 0 0 2010 2010 Columbus 4 4 0 1971 1974 Connecticut 2 0 0 1985 1985 Coppin State 5 0 0 1987 2007 Cornell 2 1 0 2011 2011 Davidson 59 35 1 1973 2012 Dayton 3 0 0 2007 2007 Delaware State 1 0 0 1987 1987 Duke 3 4 0 1974 2012 East Carolina 5 23 0 1956 2004 East Tennessee State 73 54 1 1955 2012 Eastern Kentucky 0 2 0 1984 1995 Elon 13 45 0 1956 2012 Emory & Henry 8 0 0 1969 1982 Erskine 6 5 0 1967 1974 Fairleigh Dickinson 2 1 0 2007 2007 Florida International 0 6 0 1987 1999 Florida State 0 16 0 1993 2007 Francis Marion 3 0 0 1974 1974 Furman 58 43 0 1969 2012 Gardner-Webb 21 14 0 1977 2011 George Mason 0 2 0 2005 2012 Georgia 1 3 0 1975 1983 Georgia Southern 16 54 0 1967 2012 Georgia State 2 4 0 1979 1984 Georgia Tech 1 16 0 1978 1994 Gonzaga — FIRST MEETINGS — Grand Canyon 0 1 0 1969 1969 Guilford 13 14 0 1956 1988 High Point 28 23 0 1956 2012 Hillsdale 2 0 0 1981 1981 Hofstra 1 0 0 2003 2003 Indiana (Pa.) 1 1 0 1971 1972 Jacksonville State 10 1 0 1970 2009 James Madison 0 1 0 2001 2001 Kennesaw 2 0 0 1984 1984 Kent State 2 1 0 1986 1995 Kentucky 1 2 0 2001 2005 King 9 0 0 1981 1994 LaSalle 2 0 0 2011 2011 Lee 1 0 0 1978 1978 Lenoir-Rhyne 33 18 0 1955 1990 Liberty 3 6 0 1985 1995 Lipscomb 0 1 0 1971 1971 Longwood 5 1 0 2005 2009 LSU 2 1 0 2012 2012 Marist 1 0 0 2010 2010 Mars Hill 19 0 0 1969 1992

Opponent Won Lost Tied First Meeting Last Meeting Marshall 41 26 0 1977 1997 Maryland-Eastern Shore 3 0 0 2011 2011 Mercer-Atlanta 12 2 0 1955 1984 Mercer 0 3 0 1975 1979 Mercyhurst 4 0 0 1983 1984 Methodist 4 0 0 1978 1979 Miami (Fla.) 1 3 0 1973 2011 Milligan 30 21 0 1969 1993 Montreat-Anderson 2 0 0 1993 1993 Morehead State 1 0 0 1994 1994 Morris Brown 1 0 0 1978 1979 New Orleans 0 1 0 1984 1984 Newberry 7 5 0 1963 1971 Niagara 3 0 0 2006 2010 Norfolk State 1 0 0 1998 1998 North Carolina 3 22 0 1974 2011 North Carolina A&T 46 6 0 1983 2012 UNC Asheville 36 19 0 1985 2011 North Carolina Central 1 0 0 2009 2009 UNC Greensboro 21 35 0 1991 2012 UNC Pembroke 1 1 0 1967 1969 NC State 2 9 0 1973 2008 UNC Wilmington 1 3 0 1971 2003 Oakland 3 0 0 2012 2012 Oglethorpe 0 1 0 1968 1968 Ohio State 0 2 0 1995 1995 Oklahoma 1 2 0 2012 2012 Oklahoma State 0 1 0 1986 1986 Old Dominion 0 4 0 1997 2001 Pfeiffer 8 10 1 1961 1989 Piedmont 5 0 0 1983 1989 Presbyterian 10 1 0 1966 2011 Quinnipiac 1 0 0 2008 2008 Radford 10 6 0 1985 2011 Rhode Island 2 0 0 1985 1985 Richmond 5 6 1 1972 2001 Rider 7 0 0 2010 2012 St. Andrews 1 0 0 1967 1967 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 2 1 0 1986 1988 Salem 2 0 0 1969 1971 Samford 8 6 0 2009 2012 Shepherd 1 0 0 1991 1991 Shorter 2 3 0 1971 1977 Slippery Rock 2 0 0 1982 1982 South Alabama 1 0 0 1973 1973 South Carolina 1 10 0 1972 2012 USC Aiken 5 4 1 1976 1981 USC Upstate 5 2 0 1986 2010 South Carolina State 2 0 0 1991 1993 Southern Tech 3 1 0 1979 1984 Stanford 0 1 0 1986 1986 Stetson 0 3 0 2004 2004 Stony Brook 0 1 0 2004 2004 Tennessee 4 11 0 1977 2011 Tennessee Tech 9 5 0 1996 2005 Tusculum 4 0 0 1969 1977 Virginia 1 0 0 2012 2012 Virginia Commonwealth 0 1 0 1997 1997 VMI 66 30 0 1971 2003 Virginia Tech 11 21 0 1974 2006 Voorhees 4 0 0 1969 1971 Wagner 2 0 0 2002 2002 Wake Forest 13 35 0 1970 2011 Warren Wilson 2 0 0 1989 1989 West Georgia 2 0 0 1975 1975 West Liberty 1 0 0 1969 1969 West Virginia 1 0 0 1995 1995 West Virginia State 2 0 0 1976 1976 Western Carolina 57 85 1 1955 2012 William Carey 0 1 0 1969 1969 William & Mary 7 3 0 1972 1977 Wingate 1 1 0 1985 1985 Winston-Salem State 2 0 0 1970 1971 Winthrop 5 17 0 1990 2004 Wis.-Stevens Point 0 1 0 1991 1991 Wofford 44 20 0 1968 2012 Wooster 1 0 0 1969 1969 Yale 1 1 0 2008 2008 Note: Series records are 1955-present

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BATTING AVERAGE

Single-Season (Min. 75 AB) 1. .477 Randy Ingle (1979) 2. .462 Ryan Healey (1988) 3. .450 Joey Moffitt (1978) 4. .427 Randy Ingram (1978) 5. .426 Scott Waugh (1990) 6. .425 Chris Behne (2000) 7. .423 Robbie Peele (1981) 8. .422 Isaac Harrow (2009) 9. .416 Kim Arey (1981) .416 Randy Ingram (1977) .416 Andre Crawford (1987) .416 Tony Welborn (1984) Career (MIn. 200 AB) 1. .404 Randy Ingle (1977-79) 2. .398 Ryan Healey (1987-88) 3. .390 Robbie Peele (1981-83) 4. .380 Mike Ramsey (1973-75) 5. .377 Ed Dubiel (1986-87) 6. .376 Tom Sams (1980-83) 7. .375 Bob Billings (1968-70) 8. .370 Randy Ingram (1975-78) 9. .366 Scott Waugh (1988-91) 10. .365 Chris Plemmons (1976-78)

AT-BATS

Single-Season 1. 253 Wes Hobson (2008) 2. 252 David Rubinstein (2007) 3. 251 Jason Altenhof (2007) 4. 245 Jason Altenhof (2008) 5. 242 Isaac Harrow (2008) 6. 241 Rand Smith (2009) 241 Will Callaway (2012) 8. 238 Trey Holmes (2011) 9. 235 Wes Hobson (2010) 10. 234 Wes Hobson (2009) 234 Hector Crespo (2012) Career 1. 879 2. 750 3. 732 4. 721 5. 712 6. 688 7. 678 8. 666 9. 660 10. 641

Wes Hobson (2007-10) Isaac Harrow (2006-09) Jeremy Dowdy (2009-12) David Towarnicky (2007-10) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Chris Baker (2004-07) Will Shellman (1991-94) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Rand Smith (2006-09) David Rubinstein (2006-08)

Single-Season 1. 69 Wes Hobson (2010) 2. 68 Rand Smith (2009) 3. 67 David Rubinstein (2007) 67 Wes Hobson (2009) 5. 66 Ed Dubiel (1986) 6. 63 Hector Crespo (2012) 7. 62 Jason Altenhof (2008) 8. 60 Lawrence Sluder (1985) 9. 57 David Rubinstein (2008) 57 Isaac Harrow (2009) Career 1. 223 2. 165 3. 162 4. 160 5. 154 6. 153 7. 152 8. 150 9. 143 10. 142

Single-Season 1. 30 David Rubinstein (2007) 2. 23 Isaac Harrow (2009) 23 Wes Hobson (2009) 4. 22 Isaac Harrow (2007) 22 Wes Hobson (2010) 6. 21 Shane Owenby (1995) 21 Mike Lee (2001) 21 Wes Timmons (2001) 21 Wes Hobson (2008) 10. 19 Chris Behne (2000) 19 Andrew Franco (2007) 19 David Rubinstein (2008) Career 1. 78 Wes Hobson (2007-10) 2. 65 Isaac Harrow (2006-09) 3. 61 David Rubinstein (2006-08) 4. 53 Wes Timmons (1999-2001) 5. 50 Tommy Green (1984-88) 6. 48 Luke Little (1998-2001) 7. 47 Chris Behne (1997-2000) 47 Chris Baker (2004-07) 9. 45 Tyler Zupcic (2010-pres.) 10. 43 Tom Sams (1980-83) 43 Scott McDaniel (1991-95) 43 Jeremy Dowdy (2009-12)

Wes Hobson (2007-10) Isaac Harrow (2006-09) Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Hector Crespo (2010-pres.) Rand Smith (2006-09) Jerod Faggart (2007-10) Tyler Zupcic (2010-pres.) David Rubinstein (2006-08) Joe Mengele (1981-84) Scott Waugh (1988-91)

HITS

Single-Season 1. 97 Chris Behne (2000) 2. 95 Wes Hobson (2010) 3. 93 Jason Altenhof (2008) 4. 92 Isaac Harrow (2009) 5. 91 David Rubinstein (2007) 6. 89 Wes Hobson (2009) 7. 88 Rand Smith (2009) 8. 82 Andrew Franco (2007) 82 Jason Altenhof (2007) 10. 79 Isaac Harrow (2008) 79 Daniel Kassouf (2012) 79 Tyler Tewell (2012) Career 1. 318 2. 260 3. 239 4. 229 5. 228 6. 219 7. 215 8. 213 9. 212 10. 210

TRIPLES

Single-Season 1. 6 Randy Ingram (1976) 6 Randy Ingle (1979) 6 George Gaines (1981) 6 Pete Camelo (1982) 6 Scott McDaniel (1995) 6 Shane Sigmon (1998) 6 Tom Prosser (2007) 6 Jason Rook (2008) 6 Isaac Harrow (2009) 6 Trey Holmes (2011) Career 1. 12 Joey Moffitt (1977-80) 2. 11 Randy Ingle (1977-79) 11 Shane Sigmon (1997-99) 4. 10 Randy Ingram (1975-78) 10 Tom Sams (1980-83) 6. 9 Rusty Stroupe (1983-86) 9 Isaac Harrow (2006-09) 9 Wes Hobson (2007-10) 8. 8 Robbie Peele (1981-83) 8 Chris Behne (1997-00) 8 Jason Rook (2006-08)

Wes Hobson (2007-10) Isaac Harrow (2006-09) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Tommy Green (1984-88) Scott Waugh (1988-91) David Towarnicky (2007-10) David Rubinstein (2006-08) Tom Sams (1980-83) Tyler Zupcic (2010-pres.) Will Shellman (1991-94)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS HOME RUNS Single-Season 1. 17 Daniel Kassouf (2012) 2. 16 Pete Camelo (1982) 16 Andre Crawford (1986) 4. 15 Kenny Osborne (1997) 5. 13 Marc Hodges (1985) 13 Jerod Faggart (2010) 7. 12 Ron Brower (1977) 12 Ron Brower (1978) 12 Marc Hodges (1984) 12 Tony Welborn (1984) 12 Lawrence Sluder (1985) 12 Tony Welborn (1985) 12 Ed Dubiel (1986) 12 Brad Long (1986) 12 Isaac Harrow (2009) Career 1. 33 2. 32 3. 31 4. 30 5. 28 28 7. 27 27 9. 26 26 26

Andre Crawford (1985-87) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Ron Brower (1976-78) Wes Hobson (2007-10) Johnny McCraw (1989-93) Jerod Faggart (2007-10) Brad Long (1984-87) Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) Marc Hodges (1982-85) Garrett Hinshaw (1987-90) Isaac Harrow (2006-09)

RUNS BATTED IN

Single-Season 1. 75 Isaac Harrow (2009) 2. 66 Daniel Kassouf (2012) 3. 64 Tom Sams (1981) 4. 63 Andrew Franco (2007) 5. 61 Ed Dubiel (1986) 6. 60 Isaac Harrow (2008) 60 Wes Hobson (2009) 8. 56 Andre Crawford (1986) 56 Isaac Harrow (2007) 10. 54 Wes Hobson (2010) Career 1. 201 2. 194 3. 160 4. 154 5. 153 6. 144 7. 138 8. 135 9. 131 10. 127

Isaac Harrow (2006-09) Wes Hobson (2007-10) Tom Sams (1980-83) David Towarnicky (2007-10) Tommy Green (1984-88) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Ron Brower (1976-78) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Randy Ingram (1975-78) Jeremy Dowdy (2009-12)

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2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Single-Season (Min. 75 AB) 1. .804 Pete Camelo (1982) 2. .776 Randy Ingle (1979) 3. .770 Joey Moffitt (1978) 4. .762 Andre Crawford (1987) 5. .752 Brad Long (1985) 6. .748 Isaac Harrow (2009) 7. .737 Steph Crater (1998) 8. .734 Tony Welborn (1984) 9. .731 Ron Brower (1978) 10. .725 Kenny Osborne (1997)

Career (Min. 200 AB) 1. .690 Tony Welborn (1983-86) 2. .680 Ed Dubiel (1986-87) 3. .653 Andre Crawford (1985-87) 4. .632 Randy Ingle (1977-79) 5. .624 Ron Brower (1976-78) 6. .614 Rodney Ewing (1968-69) 7. .599 Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) 8. .595 Randy Ingram (1976-78) 9. .593 Tom Sams (1980-83) 10. .592 Bob Billings (1968-70)

TOTAL BASES

Single-Season 1. 163 Isaac Harrow (2009) 2. 154 Wes Hobson (2010) 3. 148 Daniel Kassouf (2012) 4. 147 Wes Hobson (2009) 5. 141 Rand Smith (2009) 6. 138 Chris Behne (2000) 138 David Rubinstein (2007) 8. 137 Kenny Osborne (1997) 9. 129 Andrew Franco (2007) 10. 127 Isaac Harrow (2007) 127 Trey Holmes (2011) Career 1. 504 Wes Hobson (2007-10) 2. 421 Isaac Harrow (2006-09) 3. 377 Tommy Green (1984-88) 4. 362 Chris Behne (1997-2000) 5. 344 Chris Baker (2004-07) 6. 341 David Rubinstein (2006-08) 7. 336 Tom Sams (1980-83) 328 David Towarnicky (2007-10) 8. 316 Wes Timmons (1999-2001) 10. 314 Scott Waugh (1988-91)

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STOLEN BASES

Single-Season 1. 50 Lawrence Sluder (1985) 2. 47 Jerod Faggart (2010) 3. 46 Ron Hodges (1971) 4. 45 Hector Crespo (2012) 5. 43 Steve Hollins (1989) 43 Lawrence Sluder (1986) 7. 42 Ed Dubiel (1986) 42 Pete Camelo (1982) 42 Jason Altenhof (2008) 10. 40 Scott McDaniel (1995) 40 Rich Livolsi 1994) Career 1. 134 Jerod Faggart (2007-10) 2. 123 Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) 3. 111 Joe Mengele (1981-84) 4. 105 David Towarnicky (2007-10) 105 Hector Crespo (2010-pres.) 6. 98 Isaac Harrow (2006-09) 7. 95 Scott Waugh (1988-91) 95 Wes Hobson (2007-10) 9. 86 Scott McDaniel (1991-95) 86 Jeremy Dowdy (2009-12)

Single-Season 1. 34 Mike Ramsey (1974) 2. 31 Hector Crespo (2010) 3. 30 Hector Crespo (2012) 4. 29 Will Shellman (1993) 5. 24 George Gaines (1981) 24 Will Shellman (1994) 7. 23 Tom Doss (1969) 23 Chris Plemmons (1978) 23 Will Shellman (1992) 23 Will Callaway (2012) Career 1. 85 Will Shellman (1991-94) 2. 79 Hector Crespo (2010-pres.) 3. 64 Mike Ramsey (1973-75) 4. 57 Chris Plemmons (1976-78) 5. 45 Tom Doss (1967-70) 45 Tyler Zupcic (2010-pres.) 7. 44 Joe Mengele (1981-84) 8. 42 Scott McDaniel (1991-95) 9. 40 John Key (1988-91) 40 Scott Waugh (1988-91)

HITTING STREAK

TRIKEOUTS S Single-Season 1. 57 Tim Johnson (2003) 57 Zack Briggs (2011) 3. 52 Jerod Faggart (2010) 4. 50 Randy DeBruhl (1993) 50 Tim Johnson (2002) 6. 49 Luke Little (2000) 49 Shane Owenby (1994) 8. 48 Robbie Huffstetler (2000) 48 Ty Racette (2002) 10. 46 John Bonner (1994) 46 Stephen Crater (1998) 46 Travis Hunnicutt (2005) 46 Hector Crespo (2012) Career 1. 168 2. 132 132 4. 122 5. 121 6. 119 7. 114 8. 113 9. 110 110

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PITCHING

APPEARANCES

Single-Season 1. 35 Josh Fish (2006) 2. 34 Josh Fish (2005) 3. 33 Stephen Fisher (1997) 33 Chris Patterson (2009) 33 Will Helms (2011) 6. 31 Nick Daniels (2009) 31 Zach Quate (2009) 31 David Port (2012) 9. 30 Brandon Graves (2007) 30 Adam Mills (2008) 30 Will Helms (2010) 30 Taylor Miller (2010) Career 1. 100 Zach Quate (2006-09) 2. 95 Will Helms (2009-12) 3. 94 David Port (2009-12) 4. 93 Matt Wood (1999-2001) 5. 89 Taylor Miller (2008-11) 6. 78 Jonathan Reeder (2003-07) 78 Chris Patterson (2007-10) 8. 75 Garrett Sherrill (2006-08) 9. 71 Adam Mills (2005-08) 10. 69 Kevin Simmons (1983-86) 69 Josh Fish (2005-06)

Jerod Faggart (2007-10) Shane Owenby (1993-96) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Luke Little (1998-2001) Randy DeBruhl (1991-93) Garrett Hinshaw (1987-90) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Robbie Huffstetler (1999-2001) David Rubinstein (2006-08) Hector Crespo (2010-pres.)

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STARTS

Single-Season 1. 16 Gary Armstrong (1995) 16 Jason Rook (2007) 16 Ryan Arrowood (2012) 16 Seth Grant (2012) 16 Rob Marcello (2012) 6. 15 Len Stratton (1986) 15 Scott Clark (2004) 15 Scott Clark (2005) 15 Jonathan Reeder (2005) 15 Jason Rook (2006) 15 Matt Andress (2010) 15 Ryan Arrowood (2011) Career 1. 56 2. 52 3. 43 4. 42 5. 40 6. 39 39 8. 38 38 10. 37

Matt Andress (2007-10) Ryan Arrowood (2009-12) Scott Clark (2003-06) Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Seth Grant (2009-12) Jonathan Reeder (2003-07) Aubrey Edens (2006-09) Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) Gary Armstrong (1993-96) Jason Rook (2006-08)

COMPLETE GAMES

Single-Season 1. 9 Jim Blankenship (1974) 2. 8 Steve Anspaugh (1973) 8 Kirk Bailey (1982) 4. 7 Chick Cromer (1969) 7 Jon Dolecki (1969) 6. 6 Steve Anspaugh (1974) 6 David Farmer (1977) 6 Terry Wentzel (1979) 6 Steve Sacco (1980) 6 Norm Vest (1996) Career 1. 14 Steve Anspaugh (1973-74) 2. 13 Jim Blankenship (1971-74) 13 David Farmer (1976-78, 80) 4. 12 Russ Warfield (1981-84) 5. 11 Jon Dolecki (1967-70) 11 Terry Wentzel (1976-79) 11 Kirk Bailey (1981-82) 11 Richard Bosley (1982-85) 9. 10 Chick Cromer (1968-69) 10 Steve Sacco (1978-80)

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Single-Season 1. 100.2 Seth Grant (2012) 2. 99.1 Ryan Arrowood (2012) 3. 96.1 Garrett Sherrill (2006) 4. 95.2 Rodney Lemonds (2000) 95.2 Tyson Blocker (2001) 6. 94.1 Ryan Arrowood (2011) 7. 93.1 Jim Blankenship (1974) 8. 93.0 Jonathan Reeder (2006) 9. 89.1 Warren Garrett (1971) 89.1 Scott Clark (2004) Career 1. 316.0 Matt Andress (2007-10) 2. 298.2 Ryan Arrowood (2009-12) 3. 257.1 Jonathan Reeder (2003-07) 4. 249.0 Scott Clark (2003-06) 5. 248.1 Kevin Simmons (1983-86) 6. 245.0 Seth Grant (2009-12) 7. 240.0 Aubrey Edens (2006-09) 8. 239.1 Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) 9. 227.2 Russ Warfield (1981-84) 10. 208.0 Garrett Sherrill (2006-08)

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Single-Season (Min. 50 IP) 1. 0.58 Jon Dolecki (1969) 2. 0.88 Steve Anspaugh (1973) 3. 1.07 Pete Hardee (1984) 4. 1.09 Chick Cromer (1969) 5. 1.25 Kirk Bailey (1982) 6. 1.33 Gary Laws (1969) 7. 1.74 Jim Blankenship, (1974) 8. 1.82 Chick Cromer (1968) 9. 1.83 Rocki Pitman (1971) 10. 1.88 Steve Sacco (1980)

Career (Min. 150 IP) 1. 1.44 Chick Cromer (1968-69) 2. 1.82 Steve Anspaugh (1973-74) 3. 1.86 Jim Blankenship (1971-74) 1.86 Pete Hardee (1982-84) 5. 2.07 Gary Laws (1969-70) 6. 2.11 Warren Garrett (1969-71) 7. 2.29 Jon Dolecki (1967-70) 8. 2.47 Kirk Bailey (1981-82) 9. 2.60 Mike Ellis (1974-77) 10. 2.84 Ed Curlee (1967-68)

Single-Season 1. 12 Pete Hardee (1984) 2. 11 Ryan Arrowood (2012) 3. 10 John Monczynski (1974) 10 Garrett Sherrill (2007) 5. 9 Chick Cromer (1969) 9 Lenny Stratton (1986) 9 Matt Andress (2010) 8. 8 Rocki Pitman (1971) 8 Steve Anspaugh (1973) 8 Kirk Bailey (1982) 8 Richard Bosley (1985) 8 Kevin Simmons (1985)  8 Kevin Simmons (1986) 8 Pete Palmer (1989) 8 Matt Andress (2008) 8 Ryan Arrowood (2010) 8 Ryan Arrowood (2011) Career 1. 28 2. 26 3. 25 4. 22 5. 21 6. 20 7. 18 18 9. 16 16 16

Ryan Arrowood (2009-12) Matt Andress (2007-10) Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Lenny Stratton (1985-87) Pete Hardee (1982-84) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Richard Bosley (1982-85) Garrett Sherrill (2006-08) John Monczynski (1973-76) David Farmer (1976-78) Jason Crews (1994-96)

STRIKEOUTS

MISCELLANEOUS

Single-Season 1. 93 Ryan Arrowood (2012) 2. 90 Lenny Stratton (1986) 3. 83 Ryan Arrowood (2011) 4. 82 Matt Andress (2010) 5. 81 Jason Rook (2007) 6. 79 Kirk Bailey (1981) 7. 78 Chick Cromer (1969) 78 Richard Bosley (1985) 9. 76 Kevin Simmons (1985) 76 Scott Clark (2004) Career 1. 252 Ryan Arrowood (2009-12) 2. 248 Matt Andress (2007-10) 3. 222 Kevin Simmons (1983-86) 4. 213 Lenny Stratton (1985-87) 5. 205 Jason Rook (2006-08) 6. 189 Scott Clark (2003-06) 7. 180 Aubrey Edens (2006-09) 180 Seth Grant (2009-12) 9. 173 Garrett Sherrill (2006-08) 10. 172 Jonathan Reeder (2003-07)

Single-Season 1. 12 Ben Hager (2000) 2. 11 Nick Peterson (2003) 3. 10 Kyle Shiplette (2002) 10 Jonathan Reeder (2005) 5. 9 Andy Cheek (1999) 9 Jason Howell (1999) 9 Brian Chapman (2002) 9 Nick Peterson (2004) 9 Scott Clark (2005) 9 Seth Grant (2011)

Scott Clark (2003-06) Jonathan Reeder (2003-07) Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) Nick Peterson (2003-04) Taylor Craig (2002-05) Andy Cheek (1997-99) Matt Andress (2007-10) Jason Howell (1998-2000) Gary Armstrong (1993-96) Gary Davis (1991-94) Jason Rook (2006-08)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS BASE ON BALLS

Single-Season 1. 16 Nathan Hyatt (2012) 2. 13 Chris Patterson (2010) 3. 12 Taylor Miller (2011) 4. 11 Zach Quate (2009) 5. 8 Matt Wood (2001) 8 Matt Wood (2002) 7. 6 Reggie Black (1981) 6 Dan Norman (1989) 6 Stephen Fisher (1997) 6 Garrett Sherrill (2007) 6 Garrett Sherrill (2008) Career 1. 18 Matt Wood (1999-2001) 2. 16 Nathan Hyatt (2010-12) 3. 15 Chris Patterson (2007-10) 4. 14 Garrett Sherrill (2006-08) 14 Taylor Miller (2008-11) 6. 11 Zach Quate (2006-09) 7. 10 Dan Norman (1986-89) 8. 8 Steve Sacco (1978-80) 9. 7 Reggie Black (1980-81) 7 Kevin Simmons (1983-86)

LOSSES

Career 1. 27 2. 25 3. 20 20 20 6. 18 18 8. 17 17 17 17

SAVES

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Single-Season 1. 71 Brian Chapman (2002) 2. 58 Nick Peterson (2003) 3. 57 Todd Welborn (1985) 57 Gary Armstrong (1995) 5. 56 Nathan Hyatt (2011) 6. 55 Kevin Simmons (1985) 55 Norm Vest (1997) 55 Nick Peterson (2004) 9. 54 Andy Cheek (1999) 54 Jason Rook (2006) Career 1. 166 Kevin Simmons (1984-86) 2. 145 Scott Clark (2003-06) 3. 137 Gary Armstrong (1993-96) 4. 130 Taylor Craig (2002-05) 5. 128 Matt Andress (2007-10) 6. 126 Jason Rook (2006-08) 7. 123 Andy Cheek (1997-99) 8. 122 Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) 9. 114 Lenny Stratton (1985-87) 10. 113 Nick Peterson (2003-04)

GAMES PLAYED

Single-Season 1. 60 Zack Briggs (2011) 60 Trey Holmes (2011) 3. 59 Jason Altenhof (2007) 59 David Rubinstein (2007) 59 Jason Altenhof (2008) 59 Isaac Harrow (2008) 59 Wes Hobson (2008) 59 Will Callaway (2012) 59 Hector Crespo (2012) 59 Daniel Kassouf (2012) 59 Tyler Tewell (2012) Career 1. 209 2. 206 3. 203 4. 199 5. 197 6. 186 7. 185 8. 183 9. 181 181

David Towarnicky (2007-10) Wes Hobson (2007-10) Jeremy Dowdy (2009-12) Isaac Harrow (2006-09) Chris Baker (2004-07) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Jerod Faggart (2007-10) Nick DeRose (2006-09) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Rand Smith (2006-09)

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TEAM RECORDS

SINGLE-SEASON

HOME RUNS

1. 41.................................................................................................2012 1. 40.................................................................................................1986 2. 38.................................................................................................2010 3. 35.................................................................................................1981 35.................................................................................................1984 35.................................................................................................1985 6. 33.................................................................................................1983 33.................................................................................................2007 33.................................................................................................2009 33.................................................................................................2011

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

WINS

LOSSES

1. 43.................................................................................................2004 2. 42.................................................................................................2005 3. 38.................................................................................................1999 38.................................................................................................2000 5. 36.................................................................................................2003 6. 34.................................................................................................1992 34.................................................................................................2002 7. 32.................................................................................................1997 32.................................................................................................2001 9. 31.................................................................................................2006 10. 30.................................................................................................1995

BATTING AVERAGE

1. .353..............................................................................................1978 2. .350..............................................................................................1981 3. .339..............................................................................................1988 4. .335..............................................................................................1986 5. .329..............................................................................................2007 6. .328..............................................................................................1985 7. .323..............................................................................................1983 8. .317..............................................................................................1977 9. .316..............................................................................................1984 10. .315..............................................................................................2008

RUNS

1. 483...............................................................................................2007 2. 478...............................................................................................1986 478...............................................................................................2008 4. 432...............................................................................................2010 5. 421...............................................................................................2009 6. 417...............................................................................................2012 7. 402 ..............................................................................................1985 8. 388 ..............................................................................................1981 9. 367 ..............................................................................................1999 10. 355 ..............................................................................................2006

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

707...............................................................................................2007 669...............................................................................................2008 625...............................................................................................2012 615...............................................................................................2010 609...............................................................................................2009 582...............................................................................................1986 571...............................................................................................2006 569...............................................................................................2011 551...............................................................................................2001 542...............................................................................................1999

DOUBLES

1. 168...............................................................................................2007 2. 136...............................................................................................2006 3. 134...............................................................................................2012 4. 130...............................................................................................2001 5. 127...............................................................................................2009 6. 120...............................................................................................2010 7. 119...............................................................................................1999 8. 117...............................................................................................2008 9. 114...............................................................................................2002 10. 105...............................................................................................2011

TRIPLES

1. 29.................................................................................................1981 2. 25.................................................................................................2007 3. 23.................................................................................................1979 23.................................................................................................1976 5. 20.................................................................................................2009 20.................................................................................................2012 7. 19.................................................................................................1978 8. 18.................................................................................................1983 9. 17.................................................................................................1977 10. 16.................................................................................................1969 16.................................................................................................2002

1. 90.................................................................................................1986 2. 82.................................................................................................1985 3. 69.................................................................................................2008 4. 62.................................................................................................2009 5. 59.................................................................................................1997 59.................................................................................................2010 7. 52.................................................................................................1989 8. 50.................................................................................................1999 9. 49.................................................................................................1998 10. 45.................................................................................................2006 1. .584..............................................................................................1978 2. .565..............................................................................................1985 3. .558..............................................................................................1986 4. .523..............................................................................................1981 5. .502..............................................................................................1988 6. .501..............................................................................................1989 7. .493..............................................................................................2009 8. .492..............................................................................................1998 9. .489..............................................................................................2007 10. .485..............................................................................................1977

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

1. .447..............................................................................................1978 2. .436..............................................................................................1981 3. .423..............................................................................................1986 4. .417..............................................................................................1970 5. .414..............................................................................................1982 .414..............................................................................................1985 .414..............................................................................................2007 8. .413..............................................................................................1977 9. .408..............................................................................................1989 10. .408..............................................................................................1988 .408..............................................................................................1996

STOLEN BASES

1. 137...............................................................................................1974 2. 107...............................................................................................2010 3. 94.................................................................................................2012 4. 93.................................................................................................1981 5. 89.................................................................................................2011 6. 84.................................................................................................1976 7. 75.................................................................................................1993 8. 69.................................................................................................2007 9. 68.................................................................................................1992 68.................................................................................................1999

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

1. 2.75..............................................................................................1982 2. 2.78..............................................................................................1984 3. 3.02..............................................................................................1967 4. 3.12..............................................................................................1974 5. 3.25..............................................................................................1980 6. 3.55..............................................................................................1976 7. 3.65..............................................................................................1981 8. 4.13..............................................................................................1985 9. 4.17..............................................................................................1978 10. 4.19..............................................................................................1977

OPP. BATTING AVERAGE

1. .210..............................................................................................1982 2. .241..............................................................................................1977 3. .242..............................................................................................1976 4. .245..............................................................................................1980 5. .245..............................................................................................1981

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

446...............................................................................................2008 435...............................................................................................2010 415...............................................................................................2011 414...............................................................................................2009 409...............................................................................................2012 398...............................................................................................2007 336...............................................................................................1985 335...............................................................................................2006 318...............................................................................................2000 315...............................................................................................2001

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1. 19.................................................................................................1981 2. 18.................................................................................................2012 3. 15.................................................................................................2009 15.................................................................................................2010 5. 12.................................................................................................2008 12.................................................................................................2011 7. 11.................................................................................................1985 11.................................................................................................1984 9. 10.................................................................................................2006 10.................................................................................................2002 10.................................................................................................2001

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

1. .972..............................................................................................2008 2. .970..............................................................................................2011 3. .968..............................................................................................2012 4. .967..............................................................................................2006 .967..............................................................................................2010 6. .966..............................................................................................2009 7. .962..............................................................................................2007 8. .961..............................................................................................1989 9. .959..............................................................................................1993 10. .958..............................................................................................2001

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At-Bats.................................................................. 58 (at Elon, 5/1/2008) Hits......................................................................... 29 (at Elon, 5/1/2008) Runs....................................................................... 26 (at Elon, 5/1/2008) Doubles..............................................................11 (vs. VMI, 4/14/1985) Home Runs..............................................8 (vs. Davidson, 4/20/1997) RBI........................................................................25 (vs. VMI, 4/14/1985) Total Bases....................................... 46 (vs. Wake Forest, 3/18/2008) Walks (Offensive).......................16 (at Morris Brown , 3/19/1978) Strikeouts (Offensive)................... 21 (at The Citadel, 4/12/1997) Left on Base (Offensive)............................... 18 (at Elon, 5/1/2008) Runs Allowed................................................ 29 (vs. Elon, 5/20/2005) Hits Allowed......................25 (2X, last vs. The Citadel, 3/15/2009) Strikeouts (Pitching)..........................19 (at Davidson, 4/21/2011) Walks (Pitching)...............15 (4X, last at Georgia Tech, 3/8/1989) Wild Pitches......................................................9 (vs. Elon, 3/16/2007) Hit Batters..................................8 (vs. Georgia Southern, 5/7/2005) Double Plays Turned...................... 5 (2X, last vs. Duke, 3/7/2012)

SMITH STADIUM RECORDS First Game...................... April 10, 2007 (ASU 6, Gardner-Webb 1) Ceremonial First Pitch..... Appalachian State A.D. Charlie Cobb Official First Pitch.............Appalachian State’s Jonathan Reeder (to GWU’s Joey Testa at 3:03 p.m. — strike) First Hit..................................Appalachian State’s David Rubinstein .(triple down RF line off GWU’s Taylor Brooks — bottom 1st) First Run.................................................................... GWU’s Justin Lloyd (driven in on a double by Jamall Kinard — top 3rd) First Appalachian State Run...................................Jason Altenhof (driven in on a single by Rubinstein — bottom 3rd) First Home Run..................... Appalachian State’s Andrew Franco (three-run to RF off GWU’s Webster Beal — bottom 7th) FIrst Night Game.. April 13, 2007 (The Citadel 17, App State 0) (game two of DH — 6:09 p.m. first pitch) Runs..............................23 (App State vs. UNC Asheville, 4/1/2008) Hits................................. 27 (App State vs. Wake Forest, 3/18/2008) RBI.................................22 (App State vs. UNC Asheville, 4/1/2008) Doubles.......7 (2X, most recently App State vs. Elon, 3/13/2011; opp.: 2X, most recently Elon vs. App State, 2/27/2009) Triples.. 3 (3X, most recently App State vs. Davidson, 3/9/2012; opp.: 3X, most recently Elon vs. App State, 3/12/2011) Home Runs.............................6 (NC A&T vs. App State, 4/18/2007) App State: 5 (vs. UNCA, 4/24/2007; vs. UNCG, 3/22/2008) Total Bases................. 46 (App State vs. Wake Forest , 3/18/2008) Stolen Bases..........................9 (App State vs. Furman, 5/22/2010) Walks (Offensive)............14 (App State vs. N.C. A&T, 4/27/2011) Strikeouts (Pitching)...... 16 (App State vs. Davidson, 4/9/2010) Double Plays Turned................ 5 (App State vs. Duke, 3/7/2012; opp.: Ga. Southern vs. App State, 5/21/2011) Errors..... 5 (5X, most recently N.C. A&T vs. App State, 4/5/2011) App State: 4 (vs. Wake Forest, 4/28/2010) Attendance...................... 993 (App State vs. Oakland, 3/31/2012)


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FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2010 Hector Crespo 2012 Jamie Nunn ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1984 Jamie Harris 2009 David Towarnicky 2010 David Towarnicky ALL-REGION 1973 Mike Ramsey Steve Anspaugh 1974 Mike Ramsey Butch Dziadul 1975 Mike Ramsey 1976 Randy Ingram 1977 Ron Brower Chris Plemmons Randy Ingram 1978 Chris Plemmons Joey Moffitt Randy Ingram Ron Brower 1979 Randy Ingle 1980 Joey Moffitt Mike Hobbs 1981 Tom Sams Robbie Peele 1982 Kirk Bailey 1983 Robin Peele 1984 Pete Hardee Tony Welborn 1986 Lenny Stratton 1988 Darron Healey 1989 Garrett Hinshaw 2009 Isaac Harrow Zach Quate 2010 Wes Hobson Chris Patterson 2012 Daniel Kassouf Ryan Arrowood

Will Callaway Tyler Tewell

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2007 2008 2009 2010

ALL-STATE 2007 David Rubinstein 2009 Isaac Harrow Rand Smith NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT 1973 Mike Ramsey 1984 Pete Hardee 2012 Ryan Arrowood Brandon Burris Trey Holmes Preston Troutman ALL-NAIA WORLD SERIES 1969 Bob Billings 1971 Ron Hodges 1973 Mike Ramsey Steve Anspaugh Butch Dzaidul Robbie Williams ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 1974 Mike Ramsey Steve Anspaugh Butch Dzaidul 1975 Mike Ramsey Randy Ingram 1976 Randy Ingram Chris Plemmons Malcom McLean Mike Ellis 1977 Randy Ingram Chris Plemmons Ron Brower Randy Ingle 1978 Randy Ingram Ron Brewer Joey Moffitt Chris Plemmons Randy Ingle Robin Cline Mike Poteat Jim Armstrong 1979 Randy Ingle Mike Hobbs Joey Moffitt 1980 Mike Hobbs 1981 Tom Sams Robin Peele John Barlowe 1982 Kirk Bailey Pete Camelo 1983 Robbie Peele 1984 Tony Welborn Jamie Harris Pete Hardee Kent Alexander Marc Hodges

NO. 41 JIM MORRIS RETIRED OCTOBER 11, 1998

2011 2012

Ryan Arrowood Jack Myers Ryan Arrowood Will Callaway Daniel Kassouf Hector Crespo Tyler Tewell Tyler Zupcic

SOCON ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2011 Preston Troutman 2012 Brandon Burris Jamie Nunn SOCON PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1974 Mike Ramsey 1979 Randy Ingle 1984 Tony Welborn 1986 Lenny Stratton 1989 Scott Waugh SOCON PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1989 Pete Palmer 2012 Ryan Arrowood SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR 1973 Frank Lovrich 1984 Jim Morris 2012 Chris Pollard SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1988 Scott Waugh 1989 Johnny McCraw 1993 Kenny Osborne SOCON REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS 1973, 1984*, 1985*, 1986*, 1987*, 2012 *North Division SOCON TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS 1984 ALL-SOCON TOURNAMENT 1984 Rusty Weaver 1990 Brad Niethammer Doug Jones 1991 Scott Waugh John Key 2000 Chris Behne 2007 Andrew Franco 2009 David Towarnicky 2010 Chris Alessandria Hector Crespo Wes Hobson 2011 Seth Grant Tyler Zupcic SOCON TOURNAMENT MVP 1984 Rusty Weaver

RETIRED JERSEYS NO. 12 RANDY INGLE RETIRED OCTOBER 25, 2008

Appalachian State’s all-time leader in career batting average, Randy Ingle hit .404 for the Mountaineers from 1977-79. He also ranks second in ASU history with 11 career triples and fourth in career slugging percentage (.632) and batted an ASU and SoCon-record .477 in 1979, en route to all-SoCon, SoCon Player of the Year, all-region and first-team all-America accolades. He earned all-conference honors in each of his three collegiate seasons. After being selected in the 14th round of the 1979 Major League Baseball Draft by the Atlanta Braves, he played in the Braves’ farm system from 1979-1987. He has spent the last 27 seasons as a coach in the Braves’ organization, including 20 as a manager. He is currently in the second year of his second stint as manager of the Class-A Rome Braves. Ingle was named Southern League Manager of the Year in 1997 after leading the Greenville Braves to the Southern League chamAppalachian State’s all-time leader with pionship and also managed the Pulaski Braves a .404 batting average, Randy Ingle spent to the 1991 Appalachian League title. Ingle won the last 27 years as a coach in the Atlanta Braves organization. his 1,000th game as a manager on May 7, 2009.

Jim Morris won 611 games as ASU’s head coach from 1974-98.

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Jim Morris served as Appalachian State’s head coach from 1974-98, compiling a 611-475-1 overall record in his 25 seasons at the helm. He led the Mountaineers to four-consecutive Southern Conference championships (1984-87) and two of ASU’s three all-time NCAA postseason appearances in 1984 and ‘86. His 1984 squad led the nation in regular-season winning percentage (35-5) and the ‘86 Apps were the first team in SoCon history to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Regionals. During his 25-year tenure, Morris coached six allAmericans, five SoCon Players of the Year, one SoCon Pitcher of the Year and three SoCon Freshmen of the Year and was named the 1984 SoCon Coach of the Year. Following his retirement, Morris served as the color analyst for Appalachian State baseball broadcasts on the Appalachian IMG Sports Network from 2009-12.

Brad Long Kevin Simmons Marc Hodges Richard Bosley Brad Long Lawerence Sluder Tony Welborn Lee James Lenny Stratton Kevin Simmons Brad Long Andre Crawford Ed Bubiel Brad Long Ed Bubiel Lenny Stratton Lawerence Sluder Tommy Green Andre Crawford Darron Healey Keith Nail Tommy Green Rick Tuttle Stacey Schneider Pete Palmer Steve Hollins Gary Chandler Garrett Hinshaw Scott Waugh Brad Neithammer Johnny McCraw Scott Waugh Doug Jones Scott Waugh Jonny McCraw Randy DeBruhl Will Shellman Doug Young Shane Owenby Brent Payton Scott Garrett Scott Musgrave Chris Rodriquez Kenny Osbourne Stephen Crater Mike Berrier Chris Behne Wes Timmons Wes Timmons David Rubinstein Jason Altenhof Jason Altenhof Matt Andress David Rubinstein Zach Quate Wes Hobson Rand Smith Isaac Harrow Wes Hobson Chris Patterson Jerod Faggart

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ALL-AMERICA 1968 Rodney Ewing 1969 Bob Billings Rodney Ewing Chick Cromer Jon Dolecki 1970 Bob Billings Ron Hodges Warren Garrett 1971 Ron Hodges 1975 Mike Ramsey 1979 Randy Ingle (first-team) 1982 Kirk Bailey 1984 Pete Hardee 1988 Darron Healey 2007 David Rubinstein 2009 Zach Quate Isaac Harrow (honorable mention) 2010 Wes Hobson 2012 Daniel Kassouf (first-team)


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2013 Appalachian State BASEBALL APPALACHIAN STATE AND MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MOUNTAINEERS IN THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DRAFT Year 1969 1970 1972 1975 1977 1979 1982 1984 1985 1986 1990

Player Charlie Cromer Ron Hodges Bobby Billings Sam Miller John Shermer MIke Ramsey Ronald Brower Randy Ingle Kirk Bailey Mark Poston Pete Hardee Rich Bosely Todd Welborn Rich Bosley Tony Welborn Tony Welborn Kent Alexander Steven Hollins

Pos. Round Selection P 23 526 C 6 144 OF 28 649 P 31 708 P 9 204 SS 3 64 1B 10 236 SS 14 342 P 13 335 P 22 548 P 21 534 P 25 639 P 4 100 P 10 237 OF 21 539 OF/P 3 70 P 22 558 SS 41 1,055

Organization Chicago White Sox Baltimore Orioles Washington Senators Washington Senators Chicago White Sox St. Louis Cardinals Montreal Expos Atlanta Braves New York Yankees San Diego Padres Montreal Expos Baltimore Orioles New York Mets MIlwaukee Brewers Kansas City Royals Montreal Expos Chicago Cubs Philadelphia Phillies

Year 1996 2008 2009 2010 2012

Player Brian Musgrave Scott Garrett David Rubinstein Jason Rook Garrett Sherrill Zach Quate Rand Smith Isaac Harrow Josh Dowdy Chris Patterson Wes Hobson Nathan Hyatt Tyler Tewell Seth Grant Ryan Arrowood

Pos. Round Selection P 11 331 C 23 690 OF 11 324 OF 12 356 P 12 368 P 14 439 OF 20 608 2B 24 735 P 38 1,136 P 29 889 2B 40 1,218 P 13 419 C 14 449 P 26 797 P 28 858

Organization Boston Red Sox Cincinnati Reds Pittsburgh Pirates Baltimore Orioles Milwaukee Brewers Tampa Bay Rays Florida Marlins New York Yankees Baltimore Orioles St. Louis Cardinals San Francisco Giants Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves Miami Marlins Colorado Rockies

* Selections from regular June draft. Selections from secondary or supplemental drafts are not noted.

MOUNTAINEERS IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES DON CARDWELL • RHP • 1954*

MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER 1957-60 — Philadephia Phillies 1960-62 — Chicago Cubs (threw a no-hitter vs. St. Louis Cardinals on May 15, 1960 — two days after being traded from Philadelphia to Chicago) 1963-66 — Pittsburgh Pirates 1967-70 — New York Mets 1970 — Atlanta Braves MAJOR LEAGUE STATISTICS W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB K HBP 14 Seasons 102 138 3.92 410 301 72 17 7 2,122.2 2,009 1,044 924 225 671 1,211 98 POSTSEASON 1969 World Series (pitched one perfect inning in Game One)

• Cardwell attended ASU but did not play baseball for the Mountaineers before beginning his professional career.

RON HODGES • C • 1969-71 MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER 1973-84 — New York Mets

MAJOR LEAGUE STATISTICS G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 12 Seasons 666 1,426 119 342 56 2 19 147

BB 224

K 217

AVG. OB% SLG. SB CS .240 .342 .322 10 13

POSTSEASON 1973 World Series (walked in only plate appearance of series in Game One)

JOHN PYCHEA • RHP • 1950-53 MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER 1954 — Chicago Cubs

MAJOR LEAGUE STATISTICS W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H One Season 0 1 10.13 1 0 0 0 0 2.2 4

R ER HR BB K HBP 3 3 1 2 2 0

MIKE RAMSEY • IF • 1972-75 MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER 1978-84 — St. Louis Cardinals 1984 — Montral Expos 1985 — Los Angeles Dodgers

MAJOR LEAGUE STATISTICS G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI Seven Seasons 394 786 81 189 26 6 2 57

BB 48

K AVG. OB% SLG. SB CS 111 .240 .285 .296 14 7

POSTSEASON 1982 World Series (appeared in three games off the bench; scored the eventual winning run in the sixth inning of St. Louis’ 6-3 win over Milwaukee in Game Seven)

COAKLER TRIPLETT • OF • 1930-35 MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER 1938 — Chicago Cubs 1941-43 — St. Louis Cardinals 1944-45 — Philadelphia Phillies

MAJOR LEAGUE STATISTICS G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI Six Seasons 470 1,307 148 334 47 14 27 173 40

BB 123

K 114

AVG. OB% SLG. SB CS .256 .320 .375 10 0


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MAY 22-26 • FLUOR FIELD • GREENVILLE, S.C.

2013 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE PRESEASON POLLS Coaches 1. Elon (5)..................................................93 2. Western Carolina (3).........................88 3. College of Charleston (3)................87 4. Samford................................................65 5. Georgia Southern.............................64 6. Appalachian State....................61 7. Furman.................................................42 8. The Citadel..........................................39 9. UNCG.....................................................37 10. Wofford................................................16 11. Davidson..............................................13

Media 1. College of Charleston (10).......... 195 2. Elon (4)............................................... 185 3. Samford (3)....................................... 152 4. Appalachian State (1).............143 5. Georgia Southern.......................... 142 6. Western Carolina............................ 139 7. The Citadel..........................................87 8. Furman.................................................74 9. UNCG.....................................................73 10. Wofford................................................41 11. Davidson..............................................23

2013 PRESEASON ALL-SOCON TEAMS

First Team SP......................................................................................Matt Pegler, College of Charleston SP........................................................................................................................Dylan Clark, Elon RP.....................................................................................Preston Hatcher, Western Carolina C............................................................................................................................ Alex Swim, Elon 1B....................................................................................................................Ryan Kinsella, Elon 2B................................................................ Hector Crespo, Appalachian State SS.................................................................. Will Callaway, Appalachian State 3B............................................................................................................Trevor Edwards, UNCG OF.................................................................... Tyler Zupcic, Appalachian State OF........................................................................... Brandon Murray, College of Charleston OF..............................................................................................................Phillip Ervin, Samford DH.....................................................................................................................C.K. Irby, Samford Second Team SP.......................................................................................................................C.K. Irby, Samford SP..........................................................................................................Brandon Yarusi, Wofford RP.......................................................................................................................Nate Young, Elon C.............................................................................................Chase Griffin, Georgia Southern 1B...............................................................................................Tyler White, Western Carolina 2B................................................................................................................Zeth Stone, Samford SS........................................................................................ Aaron Attaway, Western Carolina 3B......................................................................... Bradley Goodson, College of Charleston OF................................................................................................................ Will Muzika, Furman OF.................................................................................. Scooter Williams, Georgia Southern OF......................................................................................... Julian Ridings, Western Carolina DH............................................................................................Jacob Hoyle, Western Carolina

2012 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS Team Appalachian State College of Charleston Elon Samford Western Carolina Georgia Southern Furman The Citadel UNC Greensboro Wofford Davidson

SoCon Overall W L T Pct. W L T Pct. 21 9 0 .700 41 18 0 .695 21 9 0 .700 38 22 0 .633 20 10 0 .667 33 26 0 .559 19 11 0 .633 41 23 0 .641 16 14 0 .533 32 24 0 .571 15 15 0 .500 33 27 0 .550 13 17 0 .433 28 31 0 .475 13 17 0 .433 25 33 0 .431 10 20 0 .333 25 27 0 .481 9 21 0 .300 22 32 0 .407 8 22 0 .267 17 31 0 .354

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The Southern Conference, which is in its 92nd season of intercollegiate competition in 2012-13, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 12 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949. Demon Deacon second baseman Charles Teague was named the College World Series Most Valuable Player. The Citadel made history in 1990 by becoming the first military school to make an appearance at the College World Series. The Bulldogs were joined that season at the College World Series by current conference member Georgia Southern. One of the Southern Conference’s more famous baseball alums is Duke’s Dick Groat. The Blue Devil shortstop, who was also a basketball standout, was the conference’s Athlete of the Year in 1951 and 1952. He went on to a 14-year career in the major leagues. In 1960, he was named the National League MVP after he led the league in batting with a .325 average for the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates. Other notable SoCon alums to play in the Major Leagues are Atlee Hammaker (East Tennessee State), Jeff Montgomery (Marshall) and Mike Ramsey (Appalachian State). New York Yankees starting left fielder Brett Gardner (College of Charleston), Oakland A’s pitcher Graham Godfrey (College of SoCon Commissioner Charleston) and Kansas City Royals pitcher Everett Teaford currently John Iamarino grace Major League rosters. .


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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS CHARLIE COBB

Charlie Cobb DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS • EIGHTH YEAR • NC STATE, 1990

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n his seven years at Appalachian State University, director of athletics Charlie Cobb has led the department to unparalleled success. The many achievements enjoyed by Appalachian athletics during Cobb’s tenure include: • Three NCAA Division I football national championships — marking the first time that any program has ever won three-consecutive NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS — formerly Division I-AA) titles and the first NCAA football championships ever won by a team from the state of North Carolina at any level. • Shattering football attendance records at Kidd Brewer Stadium with crowds surpassing “The Rock’s” permanent seating capacity for each of ASU’s 40 regular-season home games since Cobb’s arrival in 2005. • A 298-percent increase in football season-ticket sales. • Seven-consecutive Commissioner’s Cup championships — recognizing the top overall men’s sports program in the Southern Conference. • Three Germann Cup championships — recognizing the top overall women’s sports program in the SoCon. • Thirty-five percent of the athletics department’s students making the Academic Honor Roll (minimum GPA of 3.25). • Seven of 20 varsity programs (football, men’s basketball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, field hockey, women’s indoor and outdoor track and field) earning public recognition awards, based on being among the nation’s top 10 percent in their respective sports based on Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. • The Yosef Club, which provides scholarship and facility support for student- athletes, setting fundraising records each of the past seven years. Despite the state of the economy, the Yosef Club has reached the $2 million threshold for donations five years in a row. The record $2.72 million raised by the Yosef Club in 2011-12 is over $2 million more than Appalachian State athletics ever raised in any year prior to Cobb’s arrival. • Appalachian’s athletics annual budget increasing from $7.5 million in Cobb’s first year to nearly $14.5 million in 2012-13.

prior to his arrival in Boone. In that role, he oversaw NC State’s marketing, ticket operations, media relations and student-athlete development operations, as well as serving on the department’s compact strategic planning initiative, gender equity and facilities committees. During his tenure, NC State increased football season-ticket sales by 87 percent and men’s basketball season-ticket sales by 121 percent. The combined ticket revenues accounted for an annual increase of over 86 percent for Wolfpack athletics, generating more than $6 million for the department. In addition, Cobb served as NC State’s administrator for baseball and women’s soccer, tournament manager for the 2004 NCAA men’s basketball first and second rounds at the RBC Center and the chair for the southeast region of the NCAA women’s soccer committee. Prior to returning to his alma mater in ‘98, Cobb spent six years in Atlanta, Ga., where he held positions with the Atlanta Sports Council, the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl and the Georgia Dome. As an assistant executive director for the Atlanta Sports Council and the Peach Bowl, he helped coordinate Atlanta’s bid for the 2002 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and handled all game and event operations for the Peach Bowl. As sales manager for the Georgia Dome from 1994-97, Cobb helped procure events such as the Southeastern Conference football championship, the SEC and Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournaments, NCAA men’s basketball championship events, Georgia High School Association football playoffs, major concerts and other college and amateur sporting events. Cobb graduated with honors with a B.A. in business administration from NC State in 1990. A second-team all-ACC honoree at center as a senior, Cobb was an academic all-ACC selection and collected the prestigious Jim Tatum Award, presented to the ACC football senior with the highest grade point average, and the Bob Warren Memorial Award, given to the Wolfpack football player that displays the highest integrity and sportsmanship. After receiving post-graduate scholarships from both the ACC and NFL Charities, Cobb earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1992. Cobb is married to the former Lindsay Brecher, who was an all-ACC goalkeeper for NCSU women’s soccer from 1988-90 and serves as an assistant coach for Appalachian’s women’s soccer program. The Cobbs have a 14-year-old son, Harrison, and an 11-year-old daughter, Branan.

The most visible of Cobb’s many achievements has been the addition of first-class facilities that will give Appalachian State the opportunity to be successful across the athletics spectrum for years to come. A wave of facility enhancements totaling $50 million were completed in 2009, headlined by the 120,000-square-foot Appalachian Athletics Center. The seven-story complex, located behind Kidd Brewer Stadium’s west stands, includes new football offices and locker room, a strength and conditioning center, training facilities, academic study space and computer lab for all ASU student-athletes, as well as premium seating in the form of 600 club-level seats and 18 luxury suites. The facility enhancements also included other significant renovations to The Rock. A new ticket plaza, which serves as a grand entrance to the stadium, as well as ornamental fencing that replaced the chain-link barriers that used to surround the stadium and field were completed before the 2007 season, while a 4,400-seat upper deck on the stadium’s east side and substantial upgrades to the east and south concourses were completed prior to the ‘08 campaign. In addition to the renovations at Kidd Brewer Stadium, the campaign also produced new homes for Mountaineer baseball (Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium), softball (Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium) and soccer (at the Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex), as well as the Apps’ first-ever indoor practice facility (Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility) and renovations to Varsity Gym that have upgraded the facility to a premier practice and competition venue for ASU basketball, indoor track and field, volleyball and wrestling. With the $50 million in facilities enhancements, all 20 of Appalachian’s intercollegiate sports teams now practice and compete in facilities that have either been built or renovated since the turn of the millenium. While Cobb is quick to point out the “total team effort” put forth to achieve the many successes that have been enjoyed since he began his tenure as ASU’s director of athletics on July 1, 2005, it is the experience, vision and work ethic of the 44-year-old Cobb that has steered the Mountaineers to new heights. Cobb’s peers recognized him for his efforts when the National Collegiate Athletics Directors Association (NACDA) named him the NCAA Division I FCS Southeast Region Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year in 2011. He also serves on numerous NCAA and Southern Conference committees, most notably the NCAA Division I Football committee that he currently chairs. Prior to his arrival in Boone, Cobb was a member of the athletics department at North Carolina State University from 1998-2005. A four-year football letterwinner at NC State from 1987-90, Cobb served as the Wolfpack’s senior associate athletics director for external operations for the seven years

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Appalachian State University


Educating Quality Citizens and Leaders Appalachian State University is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, N.C. At an elevation of 3,333 feet, Boone began as a frontier outpost named after pioneer Daniel Boone, who first explored the area in the 1760s. Boone now attracts those seeking a breathtaking location, adventure and a quality education. Appalachian is a member of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system and offers a challenging learning experience. The university combines a small-town atmosphere with a strong academic reputation. Appalachian’s academics are supported by an accomplished faculty, close, personal interaction between students and faculty, and intimate class sizes that average 25 students. Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music, nursing, education and other careers. Innovation and creativity are hallmarks of Appalachian graduates, who are leaders in communities in North Carolina and around the world. Appalachian also emphasizes the importance of sustainability and service to communities, both locally and globally. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the fields of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences. Consistently ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s best public universities in the Southeast, Appalachian is also noted as a “best value” by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine and other publications. Appalachian’s 410-acre main campus includes 19 academic buildings, a 210,000-square-foot library, 21 residence halls, three dining facilities and 11 recreational and athletic facilities. Appalachian also operates a living-learning center in New York City and off-campus programs in 10 counties through collaboration with area community colleges.

ATHLETICS EXCELLENCE Appalachian supports a broad-based athletics program, featuring 10 men’s and 10 women’s intercollegiate teams. The Mountaineers hold NCAA Division I status and have been members of the Southern Conference since 1971. The Mountaineers have won 32 Southern Conference Commissioner’s Cups for overall excellence in men’s athletics, with 2012 being its seventh-straight year to win. No other conference school has won the Commissioner’s Cup more than five times since its inception in 1969-70 and no current SoCon member besides Appalachian has claimed it more than once. Appalachian also has won eight Germann Cups, recognizing overall excellence in women’s athletics. Appalachian is the only school to ever win both the Commissioner’s Cup and the Germann Cup in the same academic year – a feat it has accomplished eight times. Since joining the Southern Conference, the Mountaineers have earned league titles in football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, men’s soccer and men’s tennis. In football, the Mountaineers won three consecutive NCAA Division I FCS national championship titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007. • 35 percent of Appalachian student-athletes earn a place on the department’s Honor Roll, with a minimum GPA of 3.25. • The nation’s top 10 percent of 2012 NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores includes three Appalachian athletics programs: men’s cross country, field hockey and football. • 13 of 20 teams at Appalachian have multi-year APR scores above the national averages for their respective sports (beginning 2007-08 and ending 2010-11).

APPALACHIAN ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT The Department of Athletics at Appalachian State University believes in maintaining the intercollegiate athletics program as an integral part of the University’s overall program of education, with emphasis on and priority given to the high academic quality and standards and the complete development of the student. Appalachian State University provides opportunity and encouragement for student-athletes to progress toward degrees of their choice and to develop athletic abilities in an environment consistent with high standards of academic scholarship, leadership and institutional loyalty. The Department of Athletics is committed to ensuring the general welfare of the student-athlete and to encouraging the highest standards of sportsmanship on behalf of student-athletes, the student body and the University’s supporters. The intercollegiate athlete representing ASU is both a bona-fide student pursuing a degree program and an amateur competitor. Appalachian Athletics is committed to insuring equitable recruitment, participation and treatment of individuals including members of under-represented populations through its athletics administration, staff, coaches, programs and policies. The University’s policy of non-discrimination represents a moral and ethical, not merely a legal, imperative.

The University has determined that its athletics program will meet the necessary qualifications, guidelines and funding to hold membership in Division I of the NCAA. The athletics administration, the faculty athletics representative and the Athletics Council work together to insure that all teams and coaches follow the rules and regulations governing this division. A sound program of intercollegiate athletics should benefit the institution through its effects on students, alumni ad the institution itself. Specifically, it should maintain and improve the loyalty and esprit de corps of the student body, and in strengthening the pride and enthusiasm of the alumni; it should serve as a favorable public relations factor and provide benefits to the participants. APPALACHIAN ATHLETICS DIVERSITY STATEMENT Appalachian athletics promotes an inclusive culture that fosters equitable participation for student-athletes and equitable career opportunities for coaches, administrators and support staff from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.


Who We Are Nestled in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Appalachian State University combines the best attributes of a small liberal arts college with those of a large research university. Known for its value and affordability, Appalachian enrolls more than 17,300 students and offers more than 150 undergraduate and graduate majors. Small classes and close interactions between faculty and students create a strong sense of community, which has become an Appalachian hallmark.

Points of Pride RELEVANT DEGREE PROGRAMS Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music, nursing, education and other careers. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the fields of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences. QUALITY ACADEMICS In its 2012 America’s Best Colleges Guide, U.S. News & World Report ranked Appalachian No. 3 among the top public master-degree granting universities in the South. Appalachian was also included in The Princeton Review’s 2011 “The Best 373 Colleges” publication based on academics as well as student surveys that praised the accessibility of the university’s faculty, quality of academic programs and value. VALUE AND AFFORDABILITY Appalachian consistently is named a best value by Forbes, The Princeton Review, Consumer’s Digest and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine for providing a high quality education at the lowest cost to students. Committed to making higher education affordable for every N.C. student, Appalachian offers the ACCESS scholarship program, which has supported students from the state’s lowest-income families by offering a debt-free, four-year university education. The university also includes a textbook rental program that saves a student hundreds of dollars during their undergraduate career.

OUTSTANDING FACULTY Ninety-nine percent of Appalachian’s full-time faculty hold doctorate, first professional degree, or other terminal degrees. SMALL CLASSES, PERSONAL ATTENTION Personal attention from faculty is a hallmark of the Appalachian experience. Classes average 25 students. This close-knit “community of learners” contributes to Appalachian having a freshman-to-sophomore retention rate of 87 percent. INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS With study abroad opportunities on nearly every continent, Appalachian students have access to approximately 200 foreign sites for semester and yearlong programs of study. CONTRIBUTORS TO KNOWLEDGE Appalachian encourages students to participate in undergraduate research alongside their professors and showcase this work at regional, national and international conferences. In 2012, 30 student abstracts – the most ever from Appalachian – were selected for presentation at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR), held at Utah’s Weber State University. This was a 50 percent increase in participation from the 2011 conference.

ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE CAMPUS Appalachian was included in The Princeton Review’s 2012 “Guide to 286 Green Colleges” as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible campuses, as well as Sierra Club Magazine’s 2011 list of 100 “Cool Schools,” a list of schools doing the most for the planet. The university has a STARS Gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System™ (STARS). Appalachian demonstrates its commitment through: • an electricity-generating wind turbine on campus • a biodiesel-powered public transportation system • research and academic degree programs that focus on issues related to energy, economics and the environment • a commitment to new buildings that are efficiently designed and LEED® certified and that use 100 percent green housekeeping supplies • hosting the Appalachian Energy Summit in July 2012 that brought together leaders from all UNC institutions to chart a sustainable energy strategic path to help achieve climate neutrality by 2050 PASSIONATE AND SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI Appalachian has more than 100,000 living alumni who are leaders in their communities and professions in North Carolina and around the world. They exemplify how Appalachian can and does make a difference in the world.


Chancellor Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock

Athletics Representative Dr. Alan Hauser

Dr. Alan J. Hauser is in his 27th year as Faculty Chairperson of Athletics at Appalachian State University. Appointed to the position in October 1986, Hauser has served on the Athletic Council since 1979. Hauser came to Appalachian as an assistant professor of philosophy and religion in 1972. He served as chairperson of Appalachian’s Philosophy and Religion Department from 1982 until 1997. A member of numerous committees since joining the faculty, Hauser served 12 years on the Faculty Senate, including two years as chairperson. He also chaired the Faculty Assembly for three years. A 1967 graduate of Concordia Teachers College, Hauser earned a master’s degree from Concordia Seminary in 1968 and his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 1972. Hauser currently chairs the NCAA Academics, Eligibility and Compliance cabinet and is also a member of its Degree Completion committee. He formerly served as the Southern Conference’s delegate to the NCAA Division I Management Council. Hauser and his wife Gail, who is the Assistant Director of Summer Sessions at Appalachian State, have four daughters: Debi, Staci, Elizabeth and Jacqueline.

Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became Appalachian State University’s sixth chancellor in July 2004. During his tenure, Appalachian has experienced significant growth in the overall quality of its academics and has launched new or enhanced initiatives in the areas of healthcare and the nexus of energy, the environment and economics. Prior to his appointment as chancellor, Dr. Peacock served at Appalachian as interim provost and executive vice chancellor. He joined the faculty in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business Department of Accounting in 1983 and served as dean of the college from 1992-2003. Previously, he taught at the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia and worked for the accounting firm of Price Waterhouse & Co. He received his undergraduate degree in accounting at Mars Hill College and his master’s and doctorate degrees in accounting at Louisiana State University. Chancellor Peacock serves on the American Council of Education’s Board of Directors, the NCAA Division I Presidential Advisory Group, Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors, Homes for Children Board of Directors and Leadership North Carolina Board of Directors. He chairs the North Carolina Campus Compact Executive Board and was named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.


Appalachian Timeline 1899 1903

Dougherty brothers founded Watauga Academy

1921

North Carolina legislature authorized the Appalachian State Normal School two-year college program

North Carolina legislature authorized the Appalachian State Teachers College four-year program

1948

North Carolina Commission on Higher Education authorized the ASTC Graduate School

1967

North Carolina legislature authorized Appalachian State University, with three undergraduate colleges

1971

University of North Carolina system created; Appalachian named one of its regional campuses

1982 1993 2001 2004 2005 2006

Enrollment exceeded 10,000 students

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Football team won NCAA Division I National Championship a third time

Enrollment 17,344 students in Fall 2011 15,460 undergraduate 1,884 graduate

North Carolina legislature recognized The Appalachian Training School of Teachers as a state institution

1929

Appalachian Today

Dr. Francis T. Borkowski became chancellor TIME Magazine named Appalachian a College of the Year Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became chancellor Football team won NCAA Division I-AA National Championship Enrollment exceeded 15,000; football team won NCAA Division I-AA National Championship a second time

Enrollment exceeded 16,000 State’s largest electricity-generating wind turbine installed on campus New College of Health Sciences opened New College of Education building opened

Top Represented N.C. Counties Wake Mecklenburg Watauga Guilford Forsyth Catawba

States most represented North Carolina Georgia Virginia Florida Tennessee South Carolina Academics College of Arts and Sciences Walker College of Business Reich College of Education College of Fine and Applied Arts College of Health Sciences Hayes School of Music University College Cratis D. Williams Graduate School More than 150 undergraduate and graduate majors, plus a doctoral program in educational leadership Fall 2011 Average Freshman SAT: 1141 Student/Faculty Ratio: 17-to-1 Estimated 2012-13 Undergraduate Expenses $12,428 for in-state students and $24,476 for out-of-state students. Includes tuition, fees, room, standard meal plan and textbook rental


University Leadership CHANCELLOR Kenneth E. Peacock

PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR Lori Gonzalez

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Bradley T. Adcock CEO Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NC Durham, N.C.

Avery B. Hall, Sr. Senior Vice President/Business Banker Wachovia Bank Kernersville, N.C.

James M. Rose, Sr. CEO Leasing Services II, Inc. Shelby, N.C.

J. Edgar Broyhill Businessman Winston-Salem, N.C.

Martin H. Lancaster Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP Cary, N.C.

Michael A. Steinback Operating Partner Stonebridge Partners Asheville, N.C.

Helen A. Powers Trustee Emeritus Retired businesswoman Asheville, N.C.

G. A. Sywassink Chairman and CEO Standard Holding Corporation Hilton Head, S.C.

Alice G. Roess Real estate/mortgage investor/ community volunteer Blowing Rock, N.C.

Matthew J. Szulik Retired businessman Raleigh, N.C.

Jeannine Underdown Collins President Underdown and Associates Boone, N.C. Jake L. Cox President • Student Government Assoc. Boone, N.C. Frank A. Daniels, Jr. Former President Southern Newspaper Publishers Association / N.C. Press Association Raleigh, N.C.

Brenda White Wright Former President and CEO Girls Incorporated Kingsport, Tenn.

CONSTITUENCY REPRESENTATIVES (NON-VOTING) Andy M. Koch Faculty Senate Chair Department of Government & Justice Studies

Samuel H. Powers President Alumni Association

Katherine A. Sbarbaro Staff Senate Chair Department of Sociology

ASSISTANT SECRETARY Kathy B. Roark Office of the Chancellor


Boone, North Carolina Boone lies in a small valley in the heart of the Southern Appalachians. It is named after the hunter and explorer Daniel Boone, who spent time in the region during the 1760s. Watauga County was formed in 1849 and the Town of Boone incorporated in 1872. Among its accolades are inclusion in National Geographic Adventure magazine’s “Best Places to Live and Play,” Norman Crampton’s “100 Best Small Towns in America,” USA Today’s “10 Great Small Towns with Huge Backyards” and U.S. News and World Report’s “10 Best Places to Retire in the U.S.” Boone is a college town, home to Appalachian State University. Originally Watauga Academy, the institution was formed to educate the mountain children and to ultimately prepare teachers for service through western North Carolina. It became Appalachian State Teachers College in 1929 and joined the University of North Carolina system in 1971. The university serves as a top economic driver followed by a combination of tourism, small business and residential home construction. The Boone area is characterized by mountain culture and casual living. Outdoor activities, cultural events, local dining and unique shops attract visitors from all over the world year-round. From breathtaking scenic views to Boone’s eclectic downtown area, known as King Street, there is something for everyone. One of the highlights of downtown Boone is the university’s Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. It features six gallery spaces and a community education and outreach program. Its exhibitions focus on a blend of recent and historically important artwork and feature nationally and internationally renowned artists as well as many of the finest artists of the region. A wide array of quality arts and cultural events enhance the Boone community. The university’s month-long celebration of performing and visual arts, known as An Appalachian Summer Festival, has brought notable performers such as Paul Taylor Dance Company, London City Opera, Charlie Daniels and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. During the academic year, Appalachian hosts the Performing Arts Series with artists such as Garrison Keillor and the National Symphony Orchestra. Boone offers an uncommon quality of life – that’s why many visitors come for a weekend and stay for a lifetime.

Boone At a Glance… • • • • •

The county seat of Watauga County Population: approximately 15,000 Incorporated in 1872 Named for its most famous seasonal visitor, Daniel Boone One of four North American Adventure Destinations – Adventure Sports magazine • Average summer temperature: 70 degrees • “Choose and Cut” Christmas tree industry sells approximately 13,000 Fraser Fir trees annually • One of the lowest annual unemployment rates in the Southeast

What’s Visible from Kidd Brewer Stadium

State’s Largest Wind Turbine – This community-scale, 100-kilowatt wind turbine stands 153 feet and feeds enough electricity directly to the grid to power 15 homes. It was paid for primarily through student funds and in partnership with the university-affiliated utility, New River Light and Power. Aside from producing clean energy, the turbine serves as an educational monument to Appalachian’s ethic of sustainability. Howard Knob – Located just a half mile from downtown Boone, this peak has an elevation of 4,420 feet. It was named for Benjamin Howard, a Revolutionary War loyalist who fled to a cave there to escape American patriots. Source: North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places Rich Mountain – One of 20 North Carolina mountains bearing this name, the Watauga County ridge extends northwest from Boone. It is named for its unusually fertile though rugged slopes. Source: North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places


2013 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY Fri. 15 at NC State Sat. 16 at NC State Sun. 17 at NC State Mon. 18 Canisius Sat. 23 Butler (DH) Sun. 24 Butler Tue. 26 at High Point MARCH Fri. 1 Sat. 2 Sun. 3 Tue. 5 Fri. 8 Sat. 9 Sun. 10 Tue. 12 Wed. 13 Sat. 16 Sun. 17 Tue. 19 Fri. 22

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

at Davidson* 6 p.m. at Davidson* 2 p.m. at Davidson* 1 p.m. at ETSU 7 p.m. at Furman* 5 p.m. at Furman* 4 p.m at Furman* 1 p.m. at Georgia 7 p.m. at Georgia 5 p.m. Cornell (DH) 1 p.m. Cornell 1 p.m. at North Carolina A&T TBA at College of Charleston* 6 p.m.

Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun.

23 24 26 29 30 31

APRIL Tue. 2 Fri. 5 Sat. 6 Sun. 7 Tue. 9 Fri. 12 Sat. 13 Sun. 14 Tue. 16 Wed. 17 Fri. 19 Sat. 20 Sun. 21 Tue. 23 Fri. 26

at College of Charleston* 2 p.m. at College of Charleston* 1 p.m. UNC Asheville 3 p.m. Wofford* 6:30 p.m. Wofford* 3 p.m. Wofford* 1 p.m at Eastern Kentucky Georgia Southern* Georgia Southern* Georgia Southern* at UNC Asheville at UNCG* at UNCG* at UNCG* High Point vs. Campbell^ at The Citadel* at The Citadel* at The Citadel* North Carolina A&T Samford*

3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Sat. 27 Samford* Sun. 28 Samford* Tue. 30 ETSU MAY Fri. 3 Sat. 4 Sun. 5 Sat. 11 Sun. 12 Tue. 14 Thur. 16 Fri. 17 Sat. 18 Wed.-Sun. 22-26

Elon* Elon* Elon* at Gonzaga (DH) at Gonzaga at North Carolina Western Carolina* Western Carolina* Western Carolina*

3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m.

SoCon Tournament (Greenville, S.C.)

* Southern Conference game ^ at Thomasville, N.C. All times are Eastern and subject to change


2013 Appalachian State Baseball Media Guide  

2013 Appalachian State Baseball Media Guide

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