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2013 MIAA Regular Season Champions! Two Time NCAA Regional Participant (2013 & 2006) MIAA TournamenT Appearances 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012 & 2013


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General Information Name............................................... Missouri Western State University Location...........................................................St. Joseph, Mo. 64507 Founded....................................................................................1915 Enrollment................................................................................6,074 Nickname.............................................................................. Griffons School Colors............................................................... Black and Gold Affiliation................................................................... NCAA Division II Conference....................Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association President...................................................... Dr. Robert A. Vartabedian Athletic Director............................................................. Kurt McGuffin NCAA Institutional Representative.............................Dr. Brenda Blessing Athletic Dept. Phone....................................................(816) 271-4481 History First Year of Baseball..................................................................1970 Overall All-Time Record........................................1,079-1,031-5 (.510) NCAA Postseason Appearances................ 2 - 2013 Central Regional (0-2) ............................................................... 2006 Central Regional (1-2) Most Recent Postseason .....................................................2013 - 5-4 ................................................................ (NCAA Central Regional) ............................................................L, #10 Southern Arkansas 6-1 .................................................................... L, #6 MSU-Mankato 4-1 .....................................................(MIAA Conference Tournament) ..................................................... W, 9-1 & 12-10 vs. Fort Hays State ............................................W, 9-3 vs. University of Central Oklahoma ........................L, 4-3 vs. Missouri Southern State University ..................................................W, 11-4 vs. Pittsburg State University ..........................W, 12-2 (7 inn.) vs. Missouri Southern State University ........................................L, 6-3 vs. Missouri Southern State University Sports Information Sports Information Director......................................... Trevor Berneking SID e-mail.......................................... tberneking@missouriwestern.edu SID Office Phone......................................................... (816) 271-4257 Internet access................................................. www.gogriffons.com SID Fax Number.......................................................... (816) 271-5901 SID Mailing Address.................................................. 4525 Downs Drive ..............St. Joseph, Mo. 64507 Overnight Address.................................................... 4525 Downs Drive ..............St. Joseph, Mo. 64507 MEDIA SERVICES - Complete boxscores will be made available after each home game. All postgame interviews, home or away, are to be arranged through the Sports Information Director or Coach Verduzco. Spring Sports Complex Capacity...................................................................................... 500 Surface..................................................Infield (Turf) - Outfield (Grass) Dimensions.................................................................................... na Press Box Phone Number.................................................218-370-1906 Record at Spring Sports Complex................................ 46-20 (3 seasons)

Coaching Information Head Coach.......................................................Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Alma Mater......................................................... Washington State (‘85) Record at MWSU...................................................... 402-307, 15th year Career Record.......................................................... 402-307, 15th year MIAA Record............................................................ 274-201, 15th year Verduzco Office Phone.................................................... (816) 271-4484 e-mail.................................................... verduzco@missouriwestern.edu Best time to call..................................................................... mornings Assistant Coach:..................................................Tony Loeffler, 2nd year Loeffler Office Phone...................................................... (816) 271-5628 Alma Mater.......................................................... Missouri Western (‘12) Team Information 2013 Record:.............................................................................. 40-12 Conference Record/Finish:..................................................... 28-5, (1sr) Final Ranking:.................................16th (College Baseball), 5th (NCBWA) Position Players Returning/Lost:......................................................9/11 Starters Returning/Lost (20 + games)................................................2/8 Pitchers Returning/Lost:...................................................................8/7 Starters Returning/Lost:(6+starts)....................................................1/2 Players to Watch: David Chew, OF, L/L, 5-11, 195, Sr., Lenexa, Kan. (Shawnee Mission West HS) Jeremy Monty, OF, L/R, 5-11, 185, Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sand Creek HS/Highland CC) Media Outlets: St. Joseph News-Press Ross Martin - Sports Editor Sam Robinson - MWSU Beat Phone - 1-800-779-6397; Fax - (816) 271-8692 KQ-2 (ABC) Matt Tritten - Sports Director; Justin Sampson - Reporter Phone - (816) 232-1606; Fax - (816) 232-7505 Eagle Radio (680am - KFEQ) Bob Orf Phone (816) 369-6397; Fax (816) 364-6856 Griffon News Albert Shelby- Sports Editor Phone (816) 271-4412; Fax (816) 271-454 ESPN 1550 - St. Joseph, Mo. Dave Riggert - Sports Director Phone (816-383-0474)

Sports Medicine Head Trainer................................................................... Blaise Kriley Team Doctor................................ Dr. Turner, Dr. Miller & Dr. Dominguez Assistant Trainer...................................... Becky Johnson & Rachel Petty Graduate Assistant........................................................Jamie Jackson e-mail address.........................................bkriley@missouriwestern.edu Office Phone.............................................................. (816) 271-4483 or............................................................................. (816) 271-4597

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2014 Griffon Baseball 2013 MIAA Regular Season Champions!


Name Andrew Ramirez Jeremy Monty Hunter Weiss Cody Childs Dylon Koch Michael Yeager Will Carter Trevor LaHonta Jerico Burasco Connor Whitney Matt Russell Jake Jones Reid Martinez Matt Estes Tyler Sanders Banks Born Tyler Tuepker Mark Spreckels Bailey Hollingsworth Kyle Kelly David Chew Brett Smith Mitch Thorman Zach Taylor Mason Queen Jonathan Temenak Kyle Thurman Ryan Degner Josh Lansangan Mike Hollander Dylan Roades Brett Valentine Andy Rieth CJ Koehler Jake Schrader Grant Woods

B/T INF OF OF INF INF C OF OF INF OF RHP RHP OF OF RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP OF OF P/OF P/C RHP INF OF OF RHP RHP RHP RHP C LHP C RHP

Pos. R/R L/R L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/L R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R L/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/L S/R R/R

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

Wgt. 180 185 190 190 185 195 190 185 190 170 225 220 190 195 175 175 165 180 210 190 195 195 190 195 180 220 195 185 190 200 205 185 185 230 205 240

Yr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. R-So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Sr. R-So. So. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Kansas City, Kan. / Bishop Ward HS Colorado Springs, Colo. / Highland CC Portland, Ore. / Mt. Hood CC Troutdale, Ore. / Mt. Hood CC Gilbert, Ariz. / Williams Field HS Kansas City, Mo. / Johnson County CC St. Joseph, Mo. / Maple Woods CC Walnut Creek, Calif. / Spokane Falls CC Lee’s Summit, Mo. / Lee’s Summit West HS Kansas City, Mo. / Oak Park HS Bentonville, Ark. / Maple Woods CC Belton, Mo. / Belton HS Seattle, Wash. / Yakima Valley CC Odessa, Mo. / Longview CC Rohnert Park, Calif. / Santa Rosa CC Lee’s Summit, Mo. / Lee’s Summit West HS Foristell, Mo. / Wright City HS Lenexa, Kan. / Kansas City Kansas CC Cedar Rapids, Iowa / Mount Mercy College Lathrop, Mo. / Lathrop HS Lenexa, Kan. / Shawnee Mission West HS Savannah, Mo. / Johnson County CC Overland Park, Kan. / Blue Valley SW HS Oak Grove, Mo. / Oak Grove HS Wentzville, Mo. / Wentzville HS Fort Madison, Iowa / Fort Madison HS O’Fallon, Mo. / Fort Zumwalt West HS Hillsboro, Ore. / Mt. Hood CC Kansas City, Mo. / Hutchinson CC St. Charles, Mo. / Maple Woods CC Kansas City, Mo. / Staley HS Blue Springs, Mo. / Longview CC Kansas City, Mo. / Liberty HS Lake St. Louis, Mo. / Jefferson College Spokane, Wash. / Lower Columbia CC (Wash.) Smithville, Mo. / Maple Woods CC

HEAD COACH: Buzz Verduzco (15th season - Washington State ‘85) ASSISTANT COACH: Tony Loeffler (2nd season - Missouri Western ‘12) GRADUATE ASSISTANT: Justin Parrish (1st season - Missouri Western ‘06)

2014 Softball Roster

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2014 MISSOURI WESTERN BASEBALL ROSTER

Pronuciation Guide Hunter Weiss - WHYS Dylon Koch - COOK Tyler Tuepker - Tep-ker Tony Loeffler - LOFF-ler Josh Lansangan - Lawn-song-en Charles “Buzz Verduzco - Ver-DO-z-co Burasco - BER-as-Coe

2014 Griffon Baseball 2013 NCAA Central Regional Participant!

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2014 Griffon Baseball Schedule

Date

2014 MISSOURI WESTERN BASEBALL SCHEDULE Opponent

2/1/2014 Harding University (7,7) (DH) 2/2/2014 Harding University (7,7) (DH) 2/8/2014 Arkansas Tech University (7,7) (DH) 2/9/2014 Arkansas Tech University (7,7) (DH) 2/15/2014 Southwest Minnesota State (9) 2/16/2014 Southwest Minnesota State (9) 2/16/2014 Emporia State University (9) 2/21/2014 Northeastern State University (7,9) (DH)* 2/22/2014 Northeastern State University (7,9) (DH)* 2/28/2014 Northwest Missouri State University (9)* 3/1/2014 Northwest Missouri State University (7,7) (DH)* 3/2/2014 Northwest Missouri State University (9)* 3/7/2014 Washburn University (9)* 3/8/2014 Washburn University (7,7) (DH)* 3/9/2014 Washburn University (9)* 3/11/2014 Rockhurst University (9) 3/14/2014 Emporia State University (9)* 3/15/2014 Emporia State University (7,7) (DH)* 3/16/2014 Emporia State University (9)* 3/21/2014 University of Central Oklahoma (9)* 3/22/2014 University of Central Oklahoma (7,7) (DH)* 3/23/2014 University of Central Oklahoma (9)* 3/26/2014 William Jewell College (Mo.) (9) 3/28/2014 University of Nebraska at Kearney (9) 3/29/2014 University of Nebraska at Kearney (7,7) (DH) 3/30/2014 University of Nebraska at Kearney (9) 4/4/2014 Lincoln University (9) 4/5/2014 Lincoln University (7,7) (DH) 4/6/2014 Lincoln University (9) 4/11/2014 Pittsburg State University (9)* 4/12/2014 Pittsburg State University (7,7) (DH)* 4/13/2014 Pittsburg State University (9)* 4/17/2014 University of Central Missouri (9)* 4/18/2014 University of Central Missouri (7,7) (DH)* 4/19/2014 University of Central Missouri (9) (DH)* 4/25/2014 Fort Hays State University (9)* 4/26/2014 Fort Hays State University (7,7) (DH)* 4/27/2014 Fort Hays State University (9)* MIAA Tournament (1st Round at Campus Site) 5/3-4/2014 MIAA Tournament (1st Round at Campus Site) MIAA Tournament (Final Four - Community America Ball Park) 5/8-10/2014 MIAA Tournament (Final Four - Community America) NCAA Central Regional 5/15-18/2014 NCAA Central Regional NCAA DII World Series 5/21-25/2014 NCAA DII World Series

Location

Searcy, Ark. Searcy, Ark. Russellville, Ark. Russellville, Ark. Emporia, Kan. Emporia, Kan. Emporia, Kan. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Maryville, Mo. Maryville, Mo. Maryville, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Emporia, Kan. Emporia, Kan. Emporia, Kan. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Liberty, Mo. Kearney, Neb. Kearney, Neb. Kearney, Neb. Jefferson City, Mo. Jefferson City, Mo. Jefferson City, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Warrensburg, Mo. Warrensburg, Mo. Warrensburg, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo.

12:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

TBD

TBD

Kansas City, Kan.

TBD

TBD

TBD

Cary, N.C.

TBD

*MIAA Conference game Home games in bold. Played at the Spring Sports Complex on the campus of MWSU All game listed are Central Standard Time

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2014 Griffon Baseball 2013 MIAA Regular Season Champions!


2013 Missouri Western Baseball Statistics Record: 40-12 Player 19 Schulze,Michael.. 33 Fink,Grant....... 7 Scarbrough,Payton 15 Simpson,Kyle..... 5 Dotson,Bubba..... 11 Ramler,Nate...... 1 Smelcer,Jimmy.... 16 Egge,Shawn....... 8 Shockley,Spencer. 24 Chew,David....... 42 Schrader,Jake.... -------------32 Bell,Jared....... 9 Smith,Tyler...... 27 Kroymann,Zach.... 3 Monty,Jeremy..... 6 Koch,Dylon....... 12 Cobb,Harrison.... 39 Miller,Clay...... Totals.............. Opponents...........

AVG .439 .397 .391 .377 .359 .355 .341 .339 .331 .250 .248 1.000 .500 .333 .222 .000 .000 .000 .355 .278

GP-GS 52-52 52-52 17-4 52-51 52-52 52-52 47-44 52-52 48-48 27-12 49-48

AB 214 194 23 204 198 211 164 171 178 56 149

R 70 40 6 39 59 43 26 45 41 12 31

Home: 18-3 H 94 77 9 77 71 75 56 58 59 14 37

Away: 15-5

Neutral: 7-4

MIAA: 28-5

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 17 2 5 49 130 .607 28 3 11 0 .510 0 4 17-21 69 146 14 .939 14 2 14 51 137 .706 17 3 37 2 .451 1 6 1-2 44 95 6 .959 2 0 0 0 11 .478 1 1 4 0 .440 0 1 0-0 38 5 1 .977 13 1 4 60 104 .510 16 7 16 2 .429 6 0 7-10 64 57 4 .968 15 3 13 59 131 .662 31 7 31 0 .458 2 8 13-14 99 1 2 .980 12 4 8 46 119 .564 16 1 41 1 .395 5 0 5-5 70 4 3 .961 12 0 4 30 80 .488 4 2 26 1 .354 5 2 5-5 71 87 8 .952 12 1 4 28 84 .491 21 4 29 0 .423 0 6 10-14 115 3 5 .959 18 0 4 40 89 .500 19 8 23 1 .420 0 2 3-4 407 21 1 .998 0 1 5 15 31 .554 5 1 7 0 .317 1 0 1-4 22 1 1 .958 13 0 2 17 56 .376 24 2 32 0 .358 1 4 0-1 248 37 3 .990

5-0 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 2 5-1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 6-0 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 14-0 9 4 2 0 0 0 1 2 11-0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52-52 1782 422 632 130 14 63 399 979 52-52 1673 228 465 82 6 23 208 628

2.000 0 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0 0 .667 0 0 1 0 .222 1 0 2 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .549 183 39 262 7 .375 141 35 280 10

1.000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0-0 4 0 0 .333 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .300 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 .000 0 1 1-1 2 2 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .422 21 34 64-82 1271 557 62 .345 11 23 28-56 1223 476 69

.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .967 .961

LOB - Team (415), Opp (384). DPs turned - Team (29), Opp (23). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (7), Fink,G. 3, Schulze,M. 2, Shockley,S. 1, Monty,J. 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Egge,S. 2, Simpson,K. 2, Smelcer,J. 1, Cobb,H. 1, Shockley,S. 1. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/1 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 .000 2.28 6-2 16 5 1 0/2 0 59.1 54 20 15 14 41 7 1 1 224 .241 2.45 3-1 17 2 1 0/1 1 40.1 42 17 11 11 27 6 0 2 154 .273 2.91 11-1 13 13 4 0/0 0 80.1 81 30 26 14 52 13 0 4 300 .270 3.21 2-2 14 4 0 0/1 0 28.0 29 11 10 15 17 4 1 2 109 .266 3.48 4-0 10 6 0 0/0 0 33.2 33 16 13 5 20 10 0 2 133 .248 3.65 5-2 24 0 0 0/1 9 37.0 34 15 15 10 25 6 1 1 140 .243 3.68 2-0 14 0 0 0/0 0 22.0 16 9 9 10 17 1 0 3 77 .208 4.20 4-3 12 12 1 0/0 0 70.2 96 44 33 29 49 15 1 2 306 .314 6.23 2-0 6 4 0 0/0 0 21.2 29 19 15 13 11 12 0 2 90 .322 7.71 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 2.1 2 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 7 .286 12.27 0-0 4 1 0 0/0 0 3.2 6 9 5 3 1 1 1 1 18 .333 12.33 1-0 6 4 0 0/0 0 15.1 32 23 21 8 14 5 1 2 77 .416 12.96 0-1 6 1 0 0/0 0 8.1 11 12 12 5 6 2 0 1 36 .306 3.97 40-12 52 52 7 2/2 10 423.2 465 228 187 141 280 82 6 23 1673 .278 8.17 12-40 52 52 6 0/0 6 407.2 632 422 370 183 262 130 14 63 1782 .355

WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 3 5 0 0 4 4 7 1 1 5 2 1 0 2 1 1 4 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 5 5 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 19 35 5 11 23 39 39 3 21 34

PB - Team (13), Schrader,J. 12, Scarbrough 1, Opp (13). Pickoffs - Team (10), Simmons,B. 8, Kelly,K. 1, Forbis,L. 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - Schrader,J. (19-37), Scarbrough (9-14), Simmons,B. (3-10), Ward,E. (4-9), Queen,M. (6-7), Spreckels,M. (4-5), Hollingswort (2-5), Kadey,O. (1-5), Hawkins,J. (1-4), Allen,C. (3-3), Born,B. (1-2), Kelly,K. (1-2), Riddle,T. (1-2), Forbis,L. (1-1), Jones,J. (0-1). x-inactive player

Missouri Western Baseball Overall Statistics for Missouri Western (as of Dec 10, 2013) (All games Sorted by Fielding pct) Player C PO 40 Kadey,Oliver..... 6 0 29 Queen,Mason...... 5 0 6 Koch,Dylon....... 4 2 9 Smith,Tyler...... 4 4 14 Jones,Jake....... 3 1 21 Spreckels,Mark... 2 0 25 Forbis,Logan..... 2 0 12 Cobb,Harrison.... 2 1 26 Allen,Chris...... 1 0 8 Shockley,Spencer. 429 407 42 Schrader,Jake.... 288 248 5 Dotson,Bubba..... 102 99 7 Scarbrough,Payton 44 38 15 Simpson,Kyle..... 125 64 11 Ramler,Nate...... 77 70 16 Egge,Shawn....... 123 115 33 Fink,Grant....... 145 44 24 Chew,David....... 24 22 1 Smelcer,Jimmy.... 166 71 36 Hollingsworth,Log 18 3 19 Schulze,Michael.. 229 69 4 Simmons,Brandon.. 33 3 18 Born,Banks....... 10 1 23 Kelly,Kyle....... 10 2 13 Hawkins,Jerad.... 13 3 22 Ward,Ethan....... 25 4 27 Kroymann,Zach.... 0 0 39 Miller,Clay...... 0 0 30 Riddle,Tyler..... 0 0 32 Bell,Jared....... 0 0 3 Monty,Jeremy..... 0 0 Totals.............. 1890 1271 Opponents........... 1768 1223

A E 6 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 21 1 37 3 1 2 5 1 57 4 4 3 3 5 95 6 1 1 87 8 14 1 146 14 27 3 8 1 7 1 8 2 15 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 557 62 476 69

FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% 1.000 0 1 4 .200 1.000 0 6 1 .857 1.000 1 0 0 --1.000 0 0 0 --1.000 0 0 1 .000 1.000 0 4 1 .800 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 --1.000 0 3 0 1.000 .998 21 0 0 --.990 1 19 18 .514 .980 0 0 0 --.977 0 9 5 .643 .968 4 0 0 --.961 6 0 0 --.959 1 0 0 --.959 11 0 0 --.958 0 0 0 --.952 16 0 0 --.944 1 2 3 .400 .939 17 0 0 --.909 1 3 7 .300 .900 1 1 1 .500 .900 0 1 1 .500 .846 0 1 3 .250 .760 0 4 5 .444 .000 0 0 0 --.000 0 0 0 --.000 0 1 1 .500 .000 0 0 0 --.000 0 0 0 --.967 29 28 28 .500 .961 23 64 18 .780

PB CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 13 1

2013 Overall Stats

Player 11 Ramler,Nate...... 13 Hawkins,Jerad.... 23 Kelly,Kyle....... 4 Simmons,Brandon.. 21 Spreckels,Mark... 18 Born,Banks....... 36 Hollingsworth,Log 29 Queen,Mason...... 22 Ward,Ethan....... 40 Kadey,Oliver..... 30 Riddle,Tyler..... 25 Forbis,Logan..... 14 Jones,Jake....... 26 Allen,Chris...... Totals.............. Opponents...........

Hitting minimums - 1 Games 20 AB Pitching minimums - 1 Games

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2013 Baseball Results

2013 Missouri Western Results Game date --------Feb 10, 2013 Feb 10, 2013 Feb 11, 2013 Feb 11, 2013 *Feb 16, 2013 *Feb 16, 2013 *Feb 17, 2013 Mar 04, 2013 Mar 04, 2013 Mar 05, 2013 *Mar 06, 2013 *Mar 06, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 *03/14/2013 *03/14/2013 *Mar 16, 2013 *Mar 15, 2013 *Mar 16, 2013 *Mar 19, 2013 *Mar 19, 2013 *Mar 22, 2013 *Mar 22, 2013 *Mar 23, 2013 *Mar 28, 2013 *Mar 28, 2013 *Mar 29, 2013 *Mar 31, 2013 *Mar 31, 2013 Apr 02, 2013 *Apr 06, 2013 *Apr 06, 2013 *Apr 07, 2013 *Apr 13, 2013 *Apr 13, 2013 *Apr 14, 2013 Apr 15, 2013 *Apr 20, 2013 *Apr 20, 2013 *Apr 21, 2013 *Apr 24, 2013 *Apr 24, 2013 *Apr 28, 2013 *Apr 28, 2013 May 04, 2013 May 05, 2013 May 09, 2013 May 10, 2013 May 10, 2013 May 11, 2013 May 11, 2013 May 16, 2013 May 17, 2013

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Inns ---9 7 9 7 7 9 9 9 9 7 7 7 7 7 9 7 9 9 7 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 9 7 9 9 7 8 ( 9) 7 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 (10)

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

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Pitcher of record Attend Time ---------------------- ------ ---Spreckels,M. (L 0-1) 187 2:35 Simmons,B. (W 1-0) 159 5:29 Allen,C. (L 0-1) 94 2:12 Kelly,K. (L 0-1) - 2:30 Jones,J. (W 1-0) 75 2:16 Hollingswort (W 1-0) 75 3:11 Simmons,B. (W 2-0) 156 2:42 Born,B. (W 1-0) 114 2:50 Kadey,O. (W 1-0) 43 3:02 Hawkins,J. (W 1-0) 0 3:15 Simmons,B. (W 3-0) - 1:57 Ward,E. (W 1-0) - 2:04 Kelly,K. (W 1-1) 123 2:00 Spreckels,M. (W 1-1) - 2:54 Hollingswort (W 2-0) 215 2:46 Simmons,B. (W 4-0) 123 1:54 Hollingswort (W 3-0) 157 2:28 Born,B. (W 2-0) 103 2:20 Kadey,O. (W 2-0) 105 2:20 Hawkins,J. (W 2-0) 105 2:20 Simmons,B. (W 5-0) 87 1:39 Ward,E. (L 1-1) 93 3:07 Hollingswort (W 4-0) 158 3:00 Simmons,B. (W 6-0) 165 1:36 Hawkins,J. (W 3-0) 187 2:20 Ward,E. (W 2-1) 70 2:45 Born,B. (W 3-0) 55 1:44 Kelly,K. (W 2-1) 62 2:52 Hawkins,J. (W 4-0) 173 2:08 Simmons,B. (W 7-0) - 2:25 Born,B. (W 4-0) 210 2:34 Ward,E. (L 2-2) 165 2:04 Simmons,B. (W 8-0) 207 1:39 Hawkins,J. (W 5-0) Hollingswort (W 5-0) 137 2:05 Queen,M. (W 1-0) 74 2:13 Simmons,B. (W 9-0) 217 1:30 Ward,E. (L 2-3) 273 2:16 Hollingswort (L 5-1) 301 2:40 Hawkins,J. (W 6-0) 121 1:24 Spreckels,M. (W 2-1) 143 2:11 Spreckels,M. (L 2-2) 565 3:05 Ward,E. (W 3-3) 567 1:58 Simmons,B. (W 10-0) 202 2:25 Queen,M. (W 2-0) 247 2:34 Simmons,B. (W 11-0) 235 2:50 Hawkins,J. (L 6-1) 243 2:22 Ward,E. (W 4-3) 273 3:00 Kelly,K. (W 3-1) 265 1:55 Hollingswort (L 5-2) 267 2:30 Simmons,B. (L 11-1) 203 2:13 Hawkins,J. (L 6-2) 576 2:38


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Fielding

Putouts: 30 - vs Minnesota State (May 17, 2013 at Mankato, Minn.) Assists: 19 - vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) Errors: 5 - vs Central Oklahoma (Mar 22, 2013) Passed balls: 2 - at Emporia State (Feb 16, 2013) 2 - vs Washburn (Apr 24, 2013) DPs turned: 3 - at Drury (Mar 04, 2013) 3 - at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013) Pitching

Innings pitched: 10.0 - vs Minnesota State (May 17, 2013 at Mankato, Minn.) Runs allowed: 13 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) Earned runs: 10 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) Walks allowed: 9 - at NW Missouri State (Mar 19, 2013) Strikeouts: 10 - vs Central Oklahoma (Mar 22, 2013) 10 - at Lincoln (Mar 29, 2013) Hits allowed: 18 - at Missouri Southern (Apr 28, 2013) Doubles allowed: 5 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) 5 - vs Lindenwood (Apr 14, 2013) Triples allowed: 2 - at Emporia State (Feb 16, 2013) Homers allowed: 3 - vs Southern Arkansas (May 16, 2013 at Mankato, Minn.) Wild pitches: 3 - at Emporia State (Feb 16, 2013) Hit batters: 5 - at Lincoln (Mar 31, 2013)

At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs:

Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases:

Walks:

6 4 5 5 5 5 3 3 at 1 2 2 9 9 9 3 -

Batting (11 games ) (7 games ) Schulze,Michael at Lincoln (Mar 29, 2013) Fink,Grant at Washburn (03/14/2013) Simpson,Kyle at Lincoln (Mar 31, 2013) Shockley,Spencer vs Fort Hays State (May 05, 2013) Schulze,Michael vs Southwest Baptist (Mar 04, 2013 at Drury) Fink,Grant vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 Kansas City, Kan.) (14 games ) Schulze,Michael at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013) Shockley,Spencer vs Washburn (Apr 24, 2013) Simpson,Kyle at Emporia State (Feb 16, 2013) Schulze,Michael vs William Jewell (Mar 13, 2013) Shockley,Spencer vs Washburn (Apr 24, 2013) Dotson,Bubba vs Nebraska-Kearney (Mar 06, 2013

at Springfield, Mo.) 3 - Schulze,Michael at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013) Strikeouts: 4 - Ramler,Nate at NW Missouri State (Mar 19, 2013) Sac hits: 2 - Fink,Grant vs NW Missouri State (Mar 28, 2013) 2 - Egge,Shawn at Missouri Southern (Apr 28, 2013) Sac flies: 2 - Simpson,Kyle vs Central Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2013) 2 - Smelcer,Jimmy vs NW Missouri State (Mar 28, 2013) Stolen bases: 2 - (4 games ) Hit by pitch: 2 - (4 games ) Caught stealing: 2 - Egge,Shawn at Drury (Mar 04, 2013) Runners LOB: 5 - Smelcer,Jimmy at Lincoln (Mar 29, 2013) 5 - Smelcer,Jimmy vs Fort Hays State (May 05, 2013) 5 - Simpson,Kyle vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) Fielding Putouts: 17 - Shockley,Spencer vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 at Kansas City) Assists: 10 - Schulze,Michael vs Central Oklahoma (May 09, 2013 at Kansas City) Errors: 3 - Ward,Ethan vs Northeastern State (Mar 15, 2013) Passed balls: 2 - Schrader,Jake at Emporia State (Feb 16, 2013) 2 - Schrader,Jake vs Washburn (Apr 24, 2013)

Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

9.2 at 7 6 6 6 6 8 11 11 at 5 1 3 at 3 3 3 -

Pitching - Hawkins,Jerad vs Minnesota State (May 17, 2013 Mankato, Minn.) Ward,Ethan vs Central Oklahoma (Mar 22, 2013) Allen,Chris at Arkansas Tech (Feb 11, 2013) Jones,Jake at Arkansas Tech (Feb 11, 2013) Kadey,Oliver at NW Missouri State (Mar 19, 2013) Ward,Ethan vs Central Oklahoma (Mar 22, 2013) (4 games ) Ward,Ethan at Missouri Southern (Apr 28, 2013) Ward,Ethan vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 Kansas City, Kan.) Kadey,Oliver at Washburn (03/14/2013) (6 games ) Simmons,Brandon vs Southern Arkansas (May 16, 2013 Mankato, Minn.) Ward,Ethan at Emporia State (Feb 16, 2013) Kelly,Kyle at Lincoln (Mar 31, 2013) Born,Banks at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013)

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2013 Team and Individual Game Highs

Batting At bats: 46 - at Lincoln (Mar 31, 2013) Runs scored: 23 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) Hits: 21 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) RBIs: 22 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) Doubles: 7 - at Lincoln (Mar 31, 2013) 7 - vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) Triples: 2 - vs Nebraska-Kearney (Mar 06, 2013 at Springfield, Mo.) Home runs: 6 - at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013) Total bases: 39 - at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013) Walks: 9 - vs Central Oklahoma (May 09, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) 9 - vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) Strikeouts: 11 - at Pittsburg State (Apr 06, 2013) 11 - at Pittsburg State (Apr 07, 2013) 11 - at Missouri Southern (Apr 28, 2013) Sac hits: 3 - vs Lindenwood (Apr 14, 2013) 3 - at Missouri Southern (Apr 28, 2013) Sac flies: 2 - (4 games ) Stolen bases: 5 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) Hit by pitch: 3 - at Arkansas Tech (Feb 10, 2013) 3 - at Washburn (03/14/2013) Caught stealing: 2 - at Drury (Mar 04, 2013) 2 - vs Northeastern State (Mar 16, 2013) 2 - at Missouri Southern (Apr 28, 2013) Runners LOB: 14 - vs Central Oklahoma (May 09, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) 14 - vs Pittsburg State (May 10, 2013 at Kansas City, Kan.) Hit into DP: 2 - at Emporia State (Feb 17, 2013) 2 - vs Southwest Baptist (Mar 05, 2013 at Drury University) 2 - vs William Jewell (Mar 13, 2013)

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THE MIAA

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Dr. Bob Boerigter

Larry House

Amber Feldman

Josh Slaughter

Commissioner: Dr. Bob Boerigter Assistant Commissioner for Championshps and Business Development: Larry House

www.themiaa.com

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Internal

114 W. 11th St. • Suite 105 Kansas City, Mo. 64105 Phone: 816-421-MIAA (6422) Fax: 816-421-6423 Media Relations Fax: 816-421-6429

Operations/Senior Woman Administrator: Amber Feldman Director of Communications: Josh Slaughter

About the MIAA:

School

Uinversity of Central Missouri University of Central Oklahoma Emporia State University Fort Hays State University Lincoln University Lindenwood University Missouri Southern State Univ. Missouri Western State Univ. University of Nebraska-Kearney Northeastern State University Northwest Missouri State Pittsburg State University Southwest Baptist University Washburn University

Year Sports Joined Sponsorship Nickname

1912 2012 1991 2006 2010 2012 1989 1989 2012 2012 1912 1989 1986 1989

16 15 15 16 15 19 14 10 18 10 15 13 16 10

Mules/Jennies Bronchos Hornets/Lady Hornets Tigers/Lady Tigers Blue Tigers Lions/Lady Lions Lions Griffons Lopers RiverHawks Bearcats Gorillas Bearcats/Lady Bearcats Ichabods/Lady Blues

Location

Warrensburg, Mo. Edmond, Okla. Emporia, Kan. Hays, Kan. Jefferson City, Mo. St. Charles, Mo. Joplin, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Kearney, Neb. Tahlequah, Okla. Maryville, Mo. Pittsburg, Kan. Bolivar, Mo. Topeka, Kan.

Enrollment 11,000 17,101 6,258 9,000 3,200 8,787 5,740 6,074 6,500 6,964 6,900 7,277 3,400 7,500

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The MIAA

The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, a 14-member conference commissioner Ralph McFillen succeeded Jones, serving 10 years before his retirement (beginning in 2013-14) of NCAA Division II institutions in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and in 2007. Nebraska, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Jim Johnson succeeded McFillen in July of that year and served as commissioner until Over the past 100 years, the MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top September of 2010. Dr. Bob Boerigter succeeded Johnson in September 2010. NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA student-athletes have won 16 NCAA team championships and, since 1964, more than 170 individual national titles. The MIAA Southwest Baptist University brought membership back to eight schools in 1986, currently conducts championships in eight sports for men and nine for women. before the major expansion of the conference in 1989. Pittsburg State, Washburn, Missouri Southern State College (now University) and Missouri Western State College For the men, champions are crowned in football, cross country, basketball, indoor (now University) formerly members of the Central States Intercollegiate Conference and outdoor track & field, baseball, tennis and golf. The women compete for titles in began competition in the 1989-90 season. volleyball, cross country, soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, softball, golf and tennis. Southeast Missouri State left the MIAA following the 1990-91 season to move on to NCAA Division I, and was replaced by Emporia State University in the 1991-92 season. The MIAA turned a new page on July 1, 1992, when the NCAA Division II conference changed its name from the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association to the MidIn August 1991, Judy Willson was hired as the MIAA’s first full-time sports information America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. director. She left in 1994, and was succeeded by Matt Newbery, formerly the assistant sports information director at Pittsburg State. He became the assistant to The decision to make the change originated in 1989, when Pittsburg State University the commissioner for media relations in 2005. Kellen Coleman replaced Newbery in and Washburn University became the first schools outside the state of Missouri to gain 2009 as the Director of Communications. A third full-time staff member was added membership in the MIAA. in 2005, as former Emporia State track and field athlete Natasha Oakes was hired as the assistant to the commissioner for compliance. She became the Assistant The conference was first organized in 1912 with 14 member institutions. Of those original Commissioner for Compliance and Internal Operations/SWA before being succeeded members, the University of Central Missouri, Truman State University, and Northwest by Renee Hultgren in 2010. The current MIAA Assistant Commissioner for Compliance Missouri State University still remain a part of the MIAA. and Internal Operations/SWA, Amber Feldman, replaced Hultgren in 2011. Larry House joined the staff in August 2007 as coordinator of external affairs, and is now The first change in membership came in 1924, when the MIAA reorganized to include the Assistant Commissioner for Championships and Business Development. only the five regional Missouri state colleges: Central, Truman (at the time known as Northeast Missouri State), Northwest, Southeast Missouri State University and Southwest The current membership of the MIAA is at 11 schools, with the departure of MissouriMissouri State University (now Missouri State). St. Louis in 1996 and Missouri-Rolla in 2005, the forfeiture of membership by Lincoln in 1999, the addition of Fort Hays State University in 2006 and the University of Over the next 56 years, three schools joined the membership: the Missouri School of Nebraska Omaha in 2008, the re-joining of Lincoln in 2010, and the departure of Mines (later the University of Missouri-Rolla) in 1935, Lincoln University in 1970, and Nebraska Omaha in 2011. the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1980. On July 29, 2010, the MIAA CEO Council voted to extend invitations to the University The 1980s brought the biggest changes in the conference. In 1981, Southwest Missouri of Central Oklahoma and Northeastern State University to become members of the State University opted to move to NCAA Division I and the MIAA appointed its first fullleague, and on September 24, 2010, it voted to extend invitations to the University time commissioner, Ken Jones, in July. of Nebraska-Kearney and Lindenwood University to become conference institutions, beginning in 2012-13. Truman State University will leave the MIAA for the Great Lakes He would be in the position for 16 years, retiring in 1997. Former Gulf South and Metro Valley in the fall of 2013.

Athletics Director Jerry Hughes Joe Mueller Kent Weiser Curtis Hammeke Betty Kemma John Creer Jared Bruggeman Kurt McGuffin Paul Plinske Tony Duckworth Mel Tjeerdsma Jim Johnson Mike Pitts Loren Ferre’

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INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most Games Played Season: 66, Will Bradley, Shawn Callahan, & Josh Eftink, UCM, 2005 Career: 246, Brian McBryde, UCM 2005-08

Most Total Chances Game: 25, Chris Brown, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08 (23 po, 2 a) Season: 564, Kenny Burkhead, ESU 2009 Career: 1,855, Britt Westman, NWMSU, 2005-08

Most At-Bats Game: 9, Iain Dykins, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08; Balin Bergman, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08 Season: 258, Eric Errante, UCM, 2004 Career: 862, Brian McBryde, UCM 2005-08

Double Plays Game: 5, by three players, most recently: Jay Hearn, NWMSU vs. TSU, 3/18/95 Season: 51, D.J. Thrash, UCM, 2000 Career: 172, Britt Westman, NWMSU, 2005-08

MIAA Individual and Team Records

Most Runs Scored: Game: 7, Ben Slemmer, UCM vs. ESU, 4/19/98 Season:103, Eric Stuckenschneider, UCM, 1994; Eric Errante, UCM 2004 Career: 297, Craig Ringe, UCM 1999-2002 Most Hits Game: 6, Jay Hearn, NWMSU vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 4/2/96; Jason Meysenburg, WU vs. TSU, 4/2/03; Jeff Maxon, WU vs. Minnesota-Crookston, 3/12/07 Season: 107, Brian Majors, ESU 2008 Career: 312, Brian McBryde, UCM 2005-08 Most Doubles Game: 4, Wayne Wente, MSSU vs. SBU, 1993 Season: 33, Andrew Hansen, UNO, 2009 Career: 78, Conner Crumbliss, UCM 2006-09 Most Triples Game: 3, Ken Brown, SMSU vs. UMR, 5/8/66; Mark Smith, NWMSU vs. Eckerd (Fla.), 3/1/79; Brian McBryde, UCM vs. UMR, 5/4/05; James Morrison, ESU vs. TSU, 3/15/08 Season: 14, Pat Colley, WU, 2000 Career: 23, Pat Colley, WU, 1998-2001 Most Home Runs Game: 4, Rick Ladjevich, UCM vs. TSU, 4/16/94; Tim Sheeler, UCM vs. Missouri, 2/25/95; Eric Shortell, ESU vs. NWMSU, 4/20/08 Season: 23, Eric Shortell, ESU 2008 Career: 52, Steve Williams, SEMSU, 1981-84 Most Total Bases Game: 17, Rick Ladjevich, UCM vs. TSU, 4/16/91 Season: 166, Nick DeBiasse, UCM, 2010 Career: 444, Brian McBryde, UCM 2005-08 Most Runs Batted In Game: 10, by five players, most recently: Gus Marsala, SBU vs. TSU, 4/18/03 Season: 97, Rick Ladjevich, UCM, 1994 Career: 214, Joe Strada, UCM, 2002-04 Most Walks Game: 4, by several players Season: 70, Tim Casper, MSSU, 1991 Career: 181, Craig Ringe, UCM 1999-2002 Most Strikeouts Game: 5, Drew Mannen, MWSU vs. UCM, 3/6/09 Season: 57, Tyler Bean, WU, 2012 Career: 166, John Sipes, NWMSU, 2000-03 Highest Batting Average Season: .500, Mike Failoni, LWU 2013 Career: (300 at-bats), .445, Rick Ladjevich, UCM, 1993-94 (153for-344) Highest Slugging Percentage Season: 1.007, Scott Spurgeon, NWMSU, 1988 Career: (300 at-bats), .779, Justin Annin, PSU, 1999-2000 (265 TB/340 AB) Most Stolen Bases Game: 7, Mike Zirngibl, MSSU vs. Minnesota-Morris, 1994 Season: 58, Rich Devine, ESU, 2000 Career: 121, Sittichoke Huckuntod, UCM, 1988-90 Most Sacrifice Hits Game: 3, Ken Watkins, SMSU vs. Minnesota State-Mankato, 5/23/69; Courtney Jackson, MWSU vs. Harding (Ark.), 2/26/06; John Dano, MWSU vs. Missouri-Rolla, 5/5/02; Albert Selanders vs. TSU, 03/09/12; Mike Wilson, LWU vs. WU, 04/28/13 Season: 17, Bret Schwartz, UCM, 2010; Cesar Wong, UCO, 2013 Career: 26, Brian McBryde, UCM 2005-08 Consecutive Games With a Hit 32, Brayden Whitney, UCM, 5/26/974/19/98 Consecutive At Bats With a Hit 11, Ryan Baker, PSU, 4/1114/98; Josh Stratman, ESU, 4/14-17/02 Consecutive Games With a Home Run 7, Ben Slemmer, UCM, 4/13-19/98 INDIVIDUAL FIELDING Most Putouts Game: 23, Chris Brown, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08 Season: 509, Britt Westman, NWMSU, 2007 Career: 1,732, Britt Westman, NWMSU 2005-08 Most Assists Game: 11, Chad Basler, NWMSU vs. PSU, 3/20/99 Season: 212, Bret Schwartz, UCM, 2010 Career: 753, Bret Schwartz, UCM, 2009-12 Most Errors Game: 6, Andrew St. Pierre, LU vs. PSU, 03/03/12 Season: 34, Nate Tutt, NWMSU, 2000 Career: 81, Chris Schnurbusch, UCM, 1984-87

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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Appearances Season: 36, Grant Barker, ESU 2004 Career: 80, Eric Hoerner, UCM, 2000-03

Game: 9, UCM vs. TSU, 4/16/94 Season: 102, UCM 1998 Most Runs Batted In Game: 33, PSU vs. UMR, 4/21/99; PSU vs. Sioux Falls (S.D.), 3/24/03 Season: 584, UCM 2004 Most Total Bases Game: 59, FHSU vs. TSU, 4/12/08 Season: 1,254, UCM 2004 Highest Batting Average Season: .390, UCM 1998 Highest Slugging Percentage Season: .685, UCM 1998

Most Games Started Season: 20, Rick Nilges, LU, 1975 Career: 53, Paul Neal, UCM, 1988-91

Most Stolen Bases Game: 17, UMSL vs. Harris-Stowe (Mo.) State, 4/14/86 Season: 176, NWMSU 1989

Most Complete Games Season: 18, Rick Nilges, LU, 1975 Career: 42, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76

TEAM FIELDING Most Putouts Game: 57, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08 Season: 1,608, UCM 2008

Most Innings Pitched Game: 14, Mike Backes, LU vs. UCM, 4/6/91 Season: 137.7, Rick Nilges, LU, 1975 Career: 346.7, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76 Most Shutouts Season: 4, by four players, most recently: Danny Powers, UCM, 2005 Career: 8, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76 Most Saves Season: 14, Chris Matlock, UCM, 2009; Michael Cotter, ESU, 2011 Career: 25, Chris Matlock, UCM, 2008-09 Most Hits Allowed Game: 19, Rob Simms, TSU vs. UCM, 4/21/99 Season: 167, Darrin Ankrom, SBU, 2001 Career: 340, Jerry Mick, LU, 1977-80 Most Runs Allowed Game: 17, Andy Updike, TSU vs. FHSU, 4/12/08 Season: 121, Darrin Ankrom, SBU, 2001 Career: 219, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76 Most Earned Runs Allowed Game: 14, by three players, most recently: Andy Updike, TSU vs. FHSU, 4/12/08 Season: 84, Darrin Ankrom, SBU, 2001 Career: 153, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76 Most Walks Allowed Game: 13, Larry Thompson, LU vs. Central Methodist (Mo.), 3/14/77 Season: 84, Rick Nilges, LU, 1976 Career: 239, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76 Most Strikeouts Game: 21, Bruce Berenyi, TSU vs. UMR, 4/2/76 Season: 153, Rick Nilges, LU, 1975 Career: 349, Rick Nilges, LU, 1973-76

Most Assists Game: 28, UCM vs. SBU, 4/23/94 Season: 685, UCM 2000 Most Errors Game: 12, SBU vs. Ozarks (Mo.), 4/9/96 Season: 170, SBU 1996 Highest Fielding Average Season: .994, UMR 1982 Most Double Plays Game: 5, SEMSU vs. NWMSU, 4/21/81; NWMSU vs. TSU, 3/18/95; UCM vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, 3/8/03; WU vs. Drury (Mo.), 3/1/08; NWMSU vs. PSU, 4/26/08 Season: 64, UCM 2000 TEAM PITCHING Most Complete Games Season: 27, PSU 2002 Most Shutouts Season: 14, UCM 1981 MIAA RECORDS Most Strikeouts Game: 22, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08 Combined, extra-inning game: 34, UCM (21) vs. MWSU (13), 4/4/08 (12 inn.) Combined, 9-inning game: 27, UCM (7) vs. MSSU (20), 4/26/91 Combined, 7-inning game: 26, SBU (14) vs. UMR (12), 4/25/00 Season: 563, UCM 2004 Most Walks Game: 18, TSU vs. Quincy (Ill.), 4/2/78 Season: 294, UCM 1994 Best Earned Run Average Season: 1.83, SEMSU 1973

Lowest Earned Run Average Season: 0.59, Dick Jones, SMSU, 1971 Career: 1.14, Dave Wehrmeister, TSU, 197172

MISCELLANEOUS Most Games Played Season: 66, UCM 2005

Most Victories Season: 15, Danny Powers, UCM 2005 Career: 35, Brandon Simmons, MWSU 2010-13

Most Wins Season: 57, UCM 2004 & 2005

Most Losses Season: 13, Rob Simms, TSU, 2000 Career: 30, Kyle Veazey, TSU, 2008-11 Winning Percentage Season: (min. 14 decisions): 1.000, Jason Herz, UCM 2002 (14-0) Career (min. 13 decisions): 1.000, Steve Sharpe, UCM, 2004 (13-0) Consecutive Wins Season: 14, P.J. McGinnis, UCM, 2/18-5/29/01; Jason Herz, UCM, 2/15-5/26/02 Overall: 21, Jason Herz, UCM, 3/7/01-5/26/02 Consecutive Losses Season: 13, Rob Simms, TSU, 2/20-5/7/00 Overall: 18, Kyle Veazey, TSU, 2/17/08-2/27/10

Most Losses Season: 45, SBU, 2001; TSU, 2009 Most Consecutive Wins Season: 35, ESU, 3/8-4/20/08 Most Consecutive Losses Season: 34, LU, 1984-85 Best Overall Percentage Season: .879, UCM, 2003 (51-7) Most MIAA Wins Season: 37, ESU & UCM, 2011 Most MIAA Losses Season: 33, TSU, 2009

Consecutive Scoreless Innings pitched 40 2/3, Chris Matlock, UCM, 4/29/08-3/22/09

Best MIAA Percentage Season: 1.000, SMSU, 1981 (12-0)

TEAM BATTING Most At-Bats Game: 68, UCM vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State, 5/26/08 Season: 2,158, UCM 2004

Longest Game 19 innings, UCM (5) vs. Sonoma (Calif.) State (6), 5/26/08

Most Runs Scored Game: 34, PSU vs. Sioux Falls (S.D.), 3/24/03 Season: 655, UCM 2004

Longest Game, two MIAA schools 16 innings, UCM (7) vs. FHSU (6), 5/11/07 Consectutive Games Without Being Shutout 474, UCM, 2/17/96-3/30/04

Most Hits Game: 34, MSSU vs. UMSL, 4/26/92 Season: 765, UCM 2004 Most Doubles Game: 13, NWMSU vs. Upper Iowa, 4/22/06 Season: 149, UCM 2003 & 2004 Most Triples Game: 6, SMSU vs. UMR, 4/8/66 Season: 34, NWMSU 1989 Most Home Runs

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - League coaches voted Missouri Western No. 2 in the 2014 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Baseball Coaches’ Preseason Poll released Thursday morning. This marks the second consecutive season that the Griffons were ranked second in the preseason poll. Last season the Griffons won their first ever MIAA Title finishing with a 40-12 overall record and 28-5 record in MIAA play. The 40 victories was a school record. The Central Missouri Mules received 12 of a possible 14 first place votes earning the top spot with 168 points. Central Missouri finished second in the MIAA a season ago earning a trip to the NCAA Central Regional. Missouri Western who had their best season in school history earns the No. 2 spot with one first place vote and 144 points. The Griffons are ranked 17th in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper preseason poll. The Griffons are followed by No. 3 Central Oklahoma who received the final first place vote and 139 points. The Bronchos finished last season with 29-19 overall record and 23-16 record in MIAA play. The Emporia State Hornets and the Missouri Southern Lions are tied for the 4th spot with 128 points. The Lions are coming off a season where they earned a spot in the NCAA Regional by upsetting the Griffons in the championship game of the MIAA Tournament. The Pittsburg State Gorillas come in 6th with 110 points while the Lindenwood Lions and Northeastern State RiverHawks come in 7th and 8th with 98 and 94 points respectively. Fort Hays State sits comfortably in 9th with 73 points while Nebraska-Kearney sits 10th with 57 points. Northwest Missouri State (11th), Washburn (12th), Southwest Baptist (13th) and Lincoln (14th) wrap up the final four spots with 49, 37, 34 and 15 points respectively. 1. 2. 3. T4. T4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Central Missouri (12) 168 Missouri Western (1) 144 Central Oklahoma (1) 139 Emporia State 128 Missouri Southern 128 Pittsburg State 110 Lindenwood 98 Northeastern State 94 Fort Hays State 73 Nebraska-Kearney 57 Northwest Missouri 49 Washburn 37 Southwest Baptist 34 Lincoln 15

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Griffon Records


2002 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 25-20 - 15-16 MIAA Feb 23, 2002 Wayne State College 1-7 L Feb 23, 2002 Wayne State College W 5-4 Feb 24, 2002 Wayne State College 13-15 L Mar 07, 2002 MidAmer. Nazarene W14-0 Mar 07, 2002 MidAmer. Nazarene W 16-0 Mar 08, 2002 Augustana W 2-1 Mar 08, 2002 Augustana W 10-1 Mar 11, 2002 vs Bryant College 7-8 L Mar 12, 2002 vs SIU-Edwardsville W 14-6 Mar 13, 2002 at Armtrong Atl. St. W 10-6 Mar 14, 2002 vs Concord College 3-4 L Mar 15, 2002 vs Concord College W 20-10 Mar 18, 2002 Augustana W 5-4 Mar 18, 2002 Augustana W 9-8 *Mar 20, 2002 at Emporia State 3-15 L *Mar 20, 2002 at Emporia State W 3-2 *Mar 23, 2002 Northwest Mo. 5-10 L *Mar 23, 2002 Northwest Mo. 5-10 L *Mar 27, 2002 vs Northwest Mo. W 4-2 *Mar 27, 2002 vs Northwest Mo. 1-7 L *Mar 29, 2002 Truman W 16-7 *Mar 29, 2002 Truman W 11-3 *Mar 30, 2002 at Washburn 4-15 L *Mar 30, 2002 at Washburn W 6-2 *Apr 05, 2002 SW Baptist W 17-0 *Apr 06, 2002 SW Baptist W 14-5 *Apr 06, 2002 SW Baptist W 22-0 *Apr 10, 2002 Emporia State 0-2 L *Apr 10, 2002 Emporia State 5-10 L *Apr 13, 2002 Mo. Southern W 8-3 *Apr 13, 2002 Mo. Southern 1-5 L *Apr 14, 2002 Mo. Southern 3-13 L *Apr 17, 2002 at Truman W 8-1 *Apr 17, 2002 at Truman W 8-4 *Apr 21, 2002 at Central Missouri 6-11 L *Apr 22, 2002 at Central Missouri 2-12 L *Apr 22, 2002 at Central Missouri 1-7 L *Apr 24, 2002 Washburn W 12-3 *Apr 24, 2002 Washburn W 6-2 *Apr 27, 2002 at Pittsburg State 4-14 L 1*Apr 27, 2002 at Pittsburg State 4-10 L *Apr 28, 2002 at Pittsburg State 3-4 L *May 04, 2002 at Missouri-Rolla W 11-2 *May 05, 2002 at Missouri-Rolla 7-8 L *May 05, 2002 at Missouri-Rolla W 6-1 * MIAA Games 2003 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 29-22 - 16-14 MIAA Feb 17, 2003 at Arkansas Tech W 8-7 Feb 17, 2003 at Arkansas Tech W 5-2 Feb 22, 2003 Wayne State W 6-5 Feb 22, 2003 Wayne State W 8-5 Mar 03, 2003 Nebraska-Omaha W 4-1 Mar 03, 2003 Nebraska-Omaha 5-7 L Mar 08, 2003 Augustana College 3-10 L Mar 08, 2003 Augustana College 5-6 L

Mar 11, 2003 at Benedictine College 1-6 L Mar 12, 2003 Benedictine College 5-7 L Mar 13, 2003 vs Morningside 3-10 L Mar 13, 2003 at Northern State W 10-1 Mar 14, 2003 vs Northern State W 27-0 Mar 15, 2003 vs Wisconsin-Stout W 11-1 Mar 16, 2003 vs Northern State W 10-3 *Mar 21, 2003 Emporia State 5-7 L *Mar 21, 2003 Emporia State W 12-4 *Mar 22, 2003 at Northwest Mo. St. 0-2 L *Mar 22, 2003 at Northwest Mo. St. W 4-3 Mar 23, 2003 St.Mary Univ. W 18-7 Mar 23, 2003 St.Mary Univ. W 13-1 *Mar 26, 2003 Northwest Mo. State 6-8 L *Mar 26, 2003 Northwest Mo. State 1-4 L *Mar 30, 2003 Washburn 9-14 L *Mar 30, 2003 Washburn W 4-3 *Mar 31, 2003 at Truman St. Univ. W 6-4 *Mar 31, 2003 at Truman St. Univ. W 8-4 Apr 02, 2003 Lincoln Univ. W 10-7 Apr 02, 2003 Lincoln Univ. W 9-1 *Apr 04, 2003 at Southwest Baptist W 8-3 *Apr 05, 2003 at Southwest Baptist W 16-3 *Apr 05, 2003 at Southwest Baptist 5-9 L *Apr 09, 2003 at Emporia State 1-3 L *Apr 09, 2003 at Emporia State W 6-5 *Apr 12, 2003 at Missouri Southern 7-10 L *Apr 12, 2003 at Missouri Southern 9-10 L *Apr 13, 2003 at Missouri Southern W 21-14 *Apr 17, 2003 Central Mo. State 2-6 L *Apr 17, 2003 Central Mo. State 4-6 L *Apr 22, 2003 at Washburn W 11-4 *Apr 22, 2003 at Washburn 5-6 L *Apr 26, 2003 Pittsburg State W 5-3 *Apr 26, 2003 Pittsburg State W 4-3 *Apr 27, 2003 Pittsburg State W 4-2 *Apr 30, 2003 Truman St. Univ. W 1-0 *Apr 30, 2003 Truman St. Univ. W 14-3 *May 03, 2003 Missouri-Rolla W 6-1 *May 03, 2003 Missouri-Rolla 0-8 L *May 04, 2003 Missouri-Rolla 5-6 L $May 09, 2003 at Central Missouri 3-4 L $May 09, 2003 vs Northwest Missouri 1-4 L * MIAA Games $ MIAA Tournament Games

2004 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 33-18 - 17-14 MIAA Feb 22, 2004 vs Wayne State (Neb.) W 11-2 Feb 22, 2004 at Pittsburg State W 3-0 Feb 25, 2004 Lincoln W 3-0 Feb 25, 2004 Lincoln W 9-0 Feb 27, 2004 Nebraska-Omaha W 3-2 Feb 27, 2004 Nebraska-Omaha 0-2 L Feb 28, 2004 Nebraska-Omaha W 7-6 Feb.28, 2004 Nebraska-Omaha W 4-3 Mar 03, 2004 St. Mary’s (Kan.) 3-7 L Mar 06, 2004 Nebraska-Kearney W 9-0 Mar 06, 2004 Nebraska-Kearney W 13-2 Mar 07, 2004 Nebraska-Kearney 2-3 L Mar 07, 2004 Nebraska-Kearney W 10-5 Mar 10, 2004 Benedictine W 8-7 Mar 13, 2004 Augustana W 3-2 Mar 13, 2004 Augustana W 9-3 Mar 14, 2004 Augustana 4-10 L Mar 14, 2004 Augustana W 8-5 *Mar 17, 2004 at Emporia State W 6-2 *Mar 17, 2004 at Emporia State 6-10 L *Mar 20, 2004 Northwest Mo. State W 9-2 *Mar 20, 2004 Northwest Mo. State W 8-4 *Mar 24, 2004 at Northwest Missouri W 10-3 *Mar 24, 2004 at Northwest Missouri 3-6 L *Mar 28, 2004 at Washburn W 16-10 *Mar 28, 2004 at Washburn W 13-1 Mar 30, 2004 at Lincoln W 5-1 Mar 30, 2004 at Lincoln W 11-1 *Apr 02, 2004 SW Baptist 1-2 L *Apr 03, 2004 SW Baptist W 10-3 *Apr 03, 2004 SW Baptist W 11-6 *Apr 06, 2004 Emporia State 7-8 L *Apr 06, 2004 Emporia State W 4-2 *Apr 09, 2004 Missouri Southern 1-2 L *Apr 10, 2004 Missouri Southern 2-5 L *Apr 10, 2004 Missouri Southern W 2-1 *Apr 13, 2004 at Truman W 8-4 *Apr 13, 2004 at Truman W 10-0 *Apr 16, 2004 at Central Missouri 2-9 L *Apr 18, 2004 at Central Missouri 5-11 L *Apr 18, 2004 at Central Missouri 1-4 L *Apr 21, 2004 Washburn 2-4 L *Apr 21, 2004 Washburn W 3-1 *Apr 25, 2004 at Pittsburg State W 5-4 *Apr 26, 2004 at Pittsburg State 3-4 L *Apr 26, 2004 at Pittsburg State 6-7 L *May 2, 2004 at Missouri-Rolla W 11-1 *May 2, 2004 at Missouri-Rolla W 9-1 *May 3, 2004 at Missouri-Rolla 1-8 L *May 04, 2004 Truman 5-6 L *May 04, 2004 Truman W 3-2 * MIAA Games 2005 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 33-22 - 21-10 MIAA Feb 23, 2005 Nebraska-Omaha 3-4 L Feb 23, 2005 Nebraska-Omaha W 11-6

Feb 24, 2005 Nebraska-Omaha 6-10 L Feb 26, 2005 vs Missouri-St. Louis W 13-6 Feb 27, 2005 vs Missouri-St. Louis W 5-3 Feb 26, 2005 at Central Arkansas 0-3 L Feb 27, 2005 at Central Arkansas 1-16 L Mar 02, 2005 Wayne State 1-14 L Mar 02, 2005 Wayne State 2-3 L Mar 05, 2005 Augustana W 10-1 Mar 05, 2005 Augustana 5-6 L Mar 06, 2005 Augustana W 8-6 Mar 06, 2005 Augustana W 13-11 Mar 09, 2005 St. Mary’s W 6-5 Mar 13, 2005 at Nebraska-Omaha 4-5 L Mar 13, 2005 at Nebraska-Omaha W 2-1 Mar 14, 2005 vs Bemidji State W 9-4 Mar 15, 2005 at Southern Arkansas 6-8 L Mar 16, 2005 at Ouachita Tigers W 16-6 Mar 17, 2005 at Henderson State W 7-4 Mar 17, 2005 at Henderson State W 15-2 Mar 18, 2005 vs Missouri Southern 8-11 L *Mar 25, 2005 at NW Missouri State 9-10 L *Mar 25, 2005 at NW Missouri State W 4-1 *Mar 29, 2005 NW Missouri State 8-9 L *Mar 29, 2005 NW Missouri State 1-4 L *Apr 02, 2005 at Truman 1-4 L *Apr 02, 2005 at Truman W 6-0 *Apr 03, 2005 Washburn W 3-2 *Apr 03, 2005 Washburn W 13-6 *Apr 08, 2005 at Southwest Baptist W 10-6 *Apr 09, 2005 at Southwest Baptist W 9-5 *Apr 09, 2005 at Southwest Baptist 8-9 L *Apr 12, 2005 at Emporia State 5-18 L *Apr 12, 2005 at Emporia State 3-4 L *Apr 15, 2005 at Missouri Southern W 10-8 *Apr 16, 2005 at Missouri Southern W 12-7 *Apr 16, 2005 at Missouri Southern W 8-6 *Apr 19, 2005 Truman W 13-5 *Apr 19, 2005 Truman W 4-3 *Apr 22, 2005 Central Missouri 0-13 L *Apr 23, 2005 Central Missouri 1-3 L *Apr 23, 2005 Central Missouri W 5-4 *Apr 26, 2005 at Washburn W 12-7 *Apr 26, 2005 at Washburn W 5-3 *Apr 30, 2005 Pittsburg State W 8-1 *Apr 30, 2005 Pittsburg State W 5-4 *May 01, 2005 Pittsburg State W 7-6 *May 3, 2005 Emporia State W 5-0 *May 3, 2005 Emporia State W 6-2 *May 07, 2005 Missouri-Rolla W 5-1 *May 07, 2005 Missouri-Rolla W 9-4 *May 08, 2005 Missouri-Rolla 3-11 L ! May 13, 2005 vs Northwest Missouri 5-8 L ! May 14, 2005 vs Emporia State 8-9 L * MIAA Games ! MIAA Tournament Games

2006 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 31-25 - 21-9 MIAA Feb 26, 2006 at Harding W 7-3 Feb 26, 2006 at Harding W 3-1 Feb 28, 2006 Nebraska-Omaha 1-4 L Feb 28, 2006 Nebraska-Omaha 4-10 L Mar 01, 2006 at Nebraska-Omaha 6-14 L Mar 01, 2006 at Nebraska-Omaha W15-2 Mar 04, 2006 Augustana University W 5-3 Mar 05, 2006 Augustana University W 6-5 Mar 05, 2006 Augustana University W14-9 *Mar 07, 2006 at Truman W10-8 Mar 08, 2006 St. Mary University W13-6 *Mar 10, 2006 at Truman 3-4 L Mar 12, 2006 vs California 4-7 L Mar 12, 2006 at #9 Armstrong Atlanti 5-12 L Mar 15, 2006 vs Wisconsin-Parkside 6-10 L Mar 13, 2006 vs Kutztown W 9-7 Mar 14, 2006 at Kutztown 9-10 L Mar 15, 2006 vs California 3-9 L Mar 16, 2006 vs California W10-9 *Mar 25, 2006 Northwest Mo. State W 5-0 *Mar 25, 2006 Northwest Mo. State W11-1 Mar 26, 2006 Nebraska-Omaha 3-13 L Mar 26, 2006 Nebraska-Omaha 5-9 L *Mar 29, 2006 at Northwest Missouri 2-4 L *Mar 29, 2006 at Northwest Missouri W 5-4 *Apr 01, 2006 Truman W 8-2 *Apr 01, 2006 Truman W 6-5 *April 03, 2006 at Washburn 7-14 L *April 03, 2006 at Washburn W 13-10 *Apr 07, 2006 Southwest Baptist W 3-2 *Apr 07, 2006 Southwest Baptist W 5-3 *Apr 08, 2006 Southwest Baptist 5-7 L *Apr 08, 2006 Southwest Baptist W14-1 *Apr 11, 2006 Emporia State 5-10 L *Apr 11, 2006 Emporia State 5-13 L *Apr 14, 2006 Missouri Southern W 6-6 *Apr 14, 2006 Missouri Southern W6-3 *Apr 15, 2006 Missouri Southern W10-5 *Apr 15, 2006 Missouri Southern W 5-2 *Apr 21, 2006 at #5 Central Missouri 8-17 L *Apr 21, 2006 at #5 Central Missouri W 6-4 *Apr 22, 2006 at #5 Central Missouri 4-12 L *Apr 22, 2006 at #5 Central Missouri W10-5 *Apr 26, 2006 Washburn W 3-2 *Apr 26, 2006 Washburn W10-9 *May 01, 2006 at Pittsburg State 2-5 L *May 01, 2006 at Pittsburg State W 9-1 *May 02, 2006 at Pittsburg State W 3-2

2014 Griffon Baseball 2013 NCAA Central Regional Participant!

*May 02, 2006 at Pittsburg State W12-8 May 07, 2006 at Wayne State College 0-1 L May 07, 2006 at Wayne State College 3-7 L $May 12, 2006 vs #12 Central Missouri 3-11 L $May 13, 2006 vs Washburn 1-6 L #May 18, 2006 at Emporia State 5-16 L #May 19, 2006 vs Central Mo. W16-8 #May 20, 2006 vs Neb.-Omaha 3-10 L * MIAA game $ MIAA Tournament Game # Central Regional Game

2007 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 28-23 - 21-14 MIAA Feb 22, 2007 vs Saint Martin’s W 4-0 Feb 22, 2007 at Lewis-Clark State 0-11 L Feb 23, 2007 vs Western Oregon 9-14 L Feb 23, 2007 vs Saint Martin’s W 6-5 Feb 27, 2007 vs Wayne State 3-14 L Feb 27, 2007 vs Wayne State 1-5 L Mar 05, 2007 Augustana W 5-4 Mar 05, 2007 Augustana W 6-1 Mar 07, 2007 at Drury University 1-2 L Mar 07, 2007 at Drury University W 9-5 Mar 10, 2007 at Arkansas Tech W 23-14 Mar 10, 2007 at Arkansas Tech 5-6 L Mar 11, 2007 at Arkansas Tech W 10-2 Mar 12, 2007 vs Bemidji State 3-4 L *Mar 16, 2007 at Emporia State W 6-2 *Mar 17, 2007 at Emporia State 8-11 L *Mar 17, 2007 at Emporia State 4-9 L *Mar 18, 2007 at Emporia State W 13-6 *Mar 23, 2007 Truman W 19-6 *Mar 24, 2007 Truman W 9-7 *Mar 25, 2007 Truman 3-9 L *Mar 25, 2007 Truman W 12-5 *Mar 31, 2007 Central Missouri 8-11 L *Mar 31, 2007 Central Missouri 2-15 L *Apr 01, 2007 Central Missouri W 7-5 *Apr 01, 2007 Central Missouri 6-17 L *Apr 04, 2007 at Northwest Missouri 4-5 L *Apr 04, 2007 at Northwest Missouri 0-6 L *Apr 06, 2007 at Pittsburg State 3-7 L *Apr 06, 2007 at Pittsburg State W 7-5 *Apr 07, 2007 at Pittsburg State 1-5 L *Apr 07, 2007 at Pittsburg State W 3-0 *04/15/2007 at Washburn W 7-3 *04/15/2007 at Washburn 7-8 L *04/16/2007 at Washburn W 8-4 *04/16/2007 at Washburn W 6-4 Apr 18, 2007 at Nebraska-Omaha 2-5 L Apr 18, 2007 at Nebraska-Omaha 9-10 L *Apr 20, 2007 Missouri Southern W 4-3 *Apr 21, 2007 Missouri Southern W 6-2 *Apr 21, 2007 Missouri Southern W 17-0 *Apr 22, 2007 Missouri Southern W 13-10 *Apr 27, 2007 at Southwest Baptist W 2-1 *Apr 27, 2007 at Southwest Baptist W 10-7 *Apr 28, 2007 at Southwest Baptist W 5-1 *Apr 28, 2007 at Southwest Baptist W 7-6 *May 02, 2007 Northwest Missouri W 4-3 *May 02, 2007 Northwest Missouri 6-7 L *May 04, 2007 Fort Hays 1-3 L *May 05, 2007 Fort Hays State 1-5 L *May 05, 2007 Fort Hays State W 3-2 * MIAA game 2008 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 25-24 -22-14 MIAA Feb 27, 2008 at Montevallo 9-10 L Feb 27, 2008 at Montevallo W 5-3 Feb 28, 2008 at Montevallo 5-6 L Feb 29, 2008 vs Augustana W 8-7 Feb 29, 2008 vs Augustana 2-10 L Mar 9, 2008 vs Nebraska-Omaha 3-5 L Mar 9, 2008 vs Nebraska-Omaha 3-4 L Mar 10, 2008 at Arkansas Tech 0-3 L Mar 10, 2008 at Arkansas Tech W 4-2 Mar 11, 2008 at Harding 1-2 L Mar 11, 2008 at Harding 3-9 L *Mar 14, 2008 at Fort Hays State 5-6 L *Mar 15, 2008 at Fort Hays State W 5-0 *Mar 15, 2008 at Fort Hays State W 14-4 *Mar 16, 2008 at Fort Hays State W 13-6 *Mar 21, 2008 Emporia State 3-8 L *Mar 21, 2008 Emporia State 7-10 L *Mar 22, 2008 Emporia State 5-6 L *Mar 22, 2008 Emporia State 8-14 L *Mar 28, 2008 at Truman State Univ W 13-3 *Mar 29, 2008 at Truman State Univ. W 7-4 *Mar 29, 2008 at Truman State Univ. 2-5 L *Mar 30, 2008 at Truman State Univ. W 13-3 *Apr 01, 2008 at Northwest Missouri W 5-3 *Apr 01, 2008 at Northwest Missouri 3-10 L *Apr 04, 2008 at #17 Central Missouri 5-6 L *Apr 05, 2008 at #17 Central Missouri 4-6 L *Apr 05, 2008 at #17 Central Missouri W 6-2 *Apr 06, 2008 at #17 Central Missouri 5-6 L *Apr 09, 2008 Northwest Missouri 0-8 L *Apr 09, 2008 Northwest Missouri W 4-2 *Apr 13, 2008 Pittsburg State W 4-3 *Apr 13, 2008 Pittsburg State W 5-4 *Apr 14, 2008 Pittsburg State W 4-2 *Apr 14, 2008 Pittsburg State 5-6 L *Apr 19, 2008 Washburn W 7-2

Year-by-Year Scores Since 2001

2001 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 21-19 - 12-14 MIAA Mar 03, 2001 at Benedictine College 5-9 L Mar 13, 2001 at Arkansas Tech 4-5 L Mar 13, 2001 at Arkansas Tech W 17-5 *Apr 21, 2001 vs Central Missouri St. 1-9 L *Apr 21, 2001 vs Central Missouri St. 2-6 L *Apr 22, 2001 vs Central Missouri St. 4-8 L *Mar 21, 2001 at Emporia State 6-14 L *Mar 21, 2001 at Emporia State W 4-3 *Apr 16, 2001 Emporia State 5-7 L *Apr 16, 2001 Emporia State 8-11 L Mar 10, 2001 Graceland Univ. W 8-3 Mar 10, 2001 Graceland Univ. W 6-4 Mar 12, 2001 vs Lincoln University 5-6 L Mar 12, 2001 vs Morningside W 9-4 *Apr 13, 2001 at Mo. Southern 0-10 L *Apr 13, 2001 at Mo. Southern 6-9 L *Apr 14, 2001 at Mo. Southern 9-12 L *Mar 24, 2001 vs Northwest Mo. State W 5-0 *Mar 24, 2001 vs Northwest Mo. State W 9-4 *Mar 28, 2001 Northwest Mo. State 2-8 L *Mar 28, 2001 Northwest Mo. State W 4-1 *Apr 28, 2001 Pittsburg State 6-11 L *Apr 28, 2001 Pittsburg State W 4-1 *Apr 29, 2001 Pittsburg State W 11-1 *Apr 06, 2001 at SW Baptist W 11-7 *Apr 07, 2001 at SW Baptist W 19-8 *Apr 07, 2001 at SW Baptist W 20-7 *Mar 31, 2001 Truman 2-11 L *Mar 31, 2001 Truman W 6-2 *Apr 18, 2001 at Truman 1-5 L *Apr 18, 2001 at Truman W 1-0 Mar 14, 2001 vs Central Arkansas W 8-3 Mar 14, 2001 vs Central Arkansas W 7-6 Feb 17, 2001 at Central Oklahoma 6-9 L Feb.17, 2001 at Central Oklahoma W 13-8 Feb.18, 2001 at Central Oklahoma 8-14 L *May 07, 2001 Mo-Rolla 5-6 L *May 07, 2001 Mo-Rolla W 7-4 May 01, 2001 Missouri-St. Louis W 3-2 May 01, 2001 Missouri-St. Louis W 19-13 * MIAA Games

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Year-by-Year Scores Since 2001

*Apr 19, 2008 Washburn W 7-1 *Apr 20, 2008 Washburn W 7-5 *Apr 20, 2008 Washburn 7-13 L *Apr 26, 2008 at Missouri Southern W 3-1 *Apr 26, 2008 at Missouri Southern W 15-3 *Apr 27, 2008 at Missouri Southern W 8-4 *Apr 27, 2008 at Missouri Southern W 13-3 *May 02, 2008 Southwest Baptist W 7-1 *May 02, 2008 Southwest Baptist 8-14 L *May 03, 2008 Southwest Baptist W 7-2 *May 03, 2008 Southwest Baptist W 14-2 %May 09, 2008 vs #23 UCM 4-6 L %May 10, 2008 vs Fort Hays State 3-4 L * MIAA game % MIAA Tournament game

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2009 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 34-22 - 12-4 MIAA Feb. 7, 2009 at #9 Ouachita Baptist 7-6 L Feb. 7, 2009 at #9 Ouachita Baptist, 6-5 L Feb. 8, 2009 at #9 Ouachita Baptist, 5-3 W Feb. 8, 2009 at #9 Ouachita Baptist, 14-1 L Feb. 14, 2009 at Harding 6-5 W Feb. 14, 2009 at Harding 5-1 W Feb. 15, 2009 at Harding 13-3 L Feb. 15, 2009 at Harding 6-1 W Feb. 21, 2009 at Arkansas Tech 5-3 W Feb. 21, 2009 at. Arkansas Tech 3-1 W Feb. 22, 2009 at Arkansas Tech 7-6 W Feb. 22, 2009 at Arkansas Tech 9-4 L Mar. 2, 2009 at Missouri Southern 15-4 L Mar. 2, 2009 at Missouri Southern 4-2 L Mar. 6, 2009 at #15 Central Missouri*6-5 L Mar. 6, 2009 at #15 Central Missouri* 4-2 W Mar. 7, 2009 at #15 Central Missouri* 6-1 L Mar. 7, 2009 at #15 Central Missouri* 7-1 L Mar. 14, 2009 at Washburn* 2-0 L Mar. 14, 2009 at Washburn* 7-4 W Mar. 15, 2009 at Washburn* 7-2 W Mar. 15, 2009 at Washburn* 7-6 L Mar. 18, 2009 Nebraska-Omaha* 6-4 L Mar. 18, 2009 Nebraska-Omaha* 2-1 W Mar. 21, 2009 Upper Iowa 8-1 W Mar. 21, 2009 Upper Iowa 6-1 W Mar. 22, 2009 Upper Iowa 7-3 W Mar. 22, 2009 Upper Iowa 5-3 W Mar. 29, 2009 at NW Missouri State* 8-3 W Mar. 29, 2009 at NW Missouri State* 8-1 W Mar. 30, 2009 at NW Missouri State* 6-5 L Mar. 30, 2009 at NW Missouri State* 8-2 W Apr. 1, 2009 at Nebraska-Omaha* 6-4 L Apr. 1, 2009 at Nebraska-Omaha* 5-4 L Apr. 5, 2009 at Emporia State* 9-5 L Apr. 5, 2009 at Emporia State* 9-2 W Apr. 6, 2009 at Emporia State* 6-2 L Apr. 6, 2009 at Emporia State* 10-0 L Apr. 11, 2009 Fort Hays State* 3-1 W Apr. 11, 2009 Fort Hays State* 5-1 W Apr. 12, 2009 Fort Hays State* 7-0 W Apr. 12, 2009 Fort Hays State* 5-2 L Apr. 16, 2009 Southwest Baptist* 5-4 L Apr. 16, 2009 Southwest Baptist* 7-4 W Apr. 17, 2009 Southwest Baptist* 5-2 W Apr. 17, 2009 Southwest Baptist* 15-0 W Apr. 22, 2009` Rockhurst 5-4 W Apr. 22, 2009 Rockhurst 5-2 L Apr. 24, 2009 at Pittsburg State* 8-3 W Apr. 24, 2009 at Pittsburg State* 8-4 W Apr. 25, 2009 at Pittsburg State* 9-3 W Apr. 25, 2009

May 2, 2009 May 2, 2009 May 3, 2009 May 3, 2009

at Pittsburg State* 18-15 W

at Truman State* at Truman State* at Truman State* at Truman State* * MIAA game % MIAA Tournament game

5-3 W 11-2 W 16-5 W 9-5 W

2010 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 22-23 - 16-22 MIAA Feb 20, 2010 vs. Southern Ind. 9-6 W Feb 20, 2010 vs #23 Southern Ind. 4-3 W *Feb 26, 2010 at Fort Hays State 10-11 L *Feb 26, 2010 at Fort Hays State 8-12 L *Feb 27, 2010 at Fort Hays State 2-3 L *Feb 27, 2010 at Fort Hays State 0-17 L *Mar 05, 2010 at Southwest Baptist 4-2 W *Mar 05, 2010 at Southwest Baptist 8-0 W *Mar 06, 2010 at Southwest Baptist 9-3 W *Mar 06, 2010 at Southwest Baptist 6-2 W Mar 10, 2010 at Missouri-St. Louis 13-3 W *Mar 14, 2010 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 4-5 L *Mar 13, 2010 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 4-9 L *Mar 15, 2010 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 3-8 L *Mar 15, 2010 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 4-14 L Mar 17, 2010 at Upper Iowa Univ. 7-3 W Mar 17, 2010 at Upper Iowa Univ. 12-3 W *Mar 23, 2010 WASHBURN 1-4 L *Mar 23, 2010 WASHBURN 2-16 L *Mar 26, 2010 NW MISSOURI ST. 11-5 W *Mar 26, 2010 NW MISSOURI ST. 2-0 W *Mar 28, 2010 NW MISSOURI STATE 8-11 L *Mar 28, 2010 NW MISSOURI STATE 9-7 W 03-31-10 at Rockhurst 18-0 W *Apr 01, 2010 CENTRAL MISSOURI 3-4 L *Apr 01, 2010 CENTRAL MISSOURI 4-15 L

*Apr 03, 2010 *Apr 03, 2010 *Apr 07, 2010 *Apr 07, 2010 *Apr 09, 2010 *Apr 10, 2010 *Apr 10, 2010 *Apr 11, 2010 Apr 14, 2010 *04/21/10 *04/21/10 *Apr 24, 2010 *Apr 24, 2010 *Apr 25, 2010 *Apr 25, 2010 *Apr 30, 2010 *May 01, 2010 *May 01, 2010 *May 02, 2010

CENTRAL MISSOURI CENTRAL MISSOURI #25 UNO #25 UNO TRUMAN STATE TRUMAN STATE TRUMAN STATE TRUMAN STATE ROCKHURST at Nebraska-Omaha at Nebraska-Omaha PITTSBURG STATE PITTSBURG STATE PITTSBURG STATE PITTSBURG STATE #9 EMPORIA STATE #9 EMPORIA STATE #9 EMPORIA STATE #9 EMPORIA STATE () extra inning game

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

2011 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 26-25 - 24-19 MIAA Feb 19, 2011 at North Alabama 2-13 L Feb 19, 2011 at North Alabama 1-3 L Feb 20, 2011 at North Alabama 3-10 L Feb 26, 2011 vs Nebraska-Kearney 2-4 L Feb 26, 2011 vs Nebraska-Kearney W 17-16 *Mar 06, 2011 at Missouri Southern W 5-3 *Mar 06, 2011 at Missouri Southern 1-2 L *Mar 07, 2011 at Missouri Southern W 1-0 *Mar 07, 2011 at Missouri Southern W 7-5 *Mar 12, 2011 at Lincoln (Mo.) 2-7 L *Mar 12, 2011 at Lincoln (Mo.) W 6-4 *Mar 13, 2011 at Lincoln (Mo.) 1-11 L *Mar 13, 2011 at Lincoln (Mo.) W 17-4 *Mar 17, 2011 #3 CENTRAL MISSOURI 3-8 L *Mar 18, 2011 #3 CENTRAL MISSOURI W 7-3 *Mar 18, 2011 #3 CENTRAL MISSOURI 14-15 L *Mar 19, 2011 #3 CENTRAL MISSOURI 3-9 L *Mar 25, 2011 at Washburn W 14-3 *Mar 25, 2011 at Washburn W 5-1 *Mar 27, 2011 at Washburn W 6-2 *Apr 01, 2011 NW MISSOURI STATE W 3-2 *Apr 02, 2011 NW MISSOURI STATE W 9-1 *Apr 02, 2011 NW MISSOURI STATE W 4-0 *Apr 03, 2011 NW MISSOURI STATE 1-3 L *Apr 05, 2011 #5 EMPORIA STATE W 6-5 *Apr 05, 2011 #5 EMPORIA STATE 4-7 L *Apr 08, 2011 PITTSBURG STATE 4-6 L *Apr 08, 2011 PITTSBURG STATE W 11-2 *Apr 09, 2011 PITTSBURG STATE W 3-2 *Apr 09, 2011 PITTSBURG STATE W 4-0 *Apr 12, 2011 at #4 Emporia State 2-5 L *Apr 12, 2011 at #4 Emporia State 7-11 L *Apr 16, 2011 TRUMAN STATE 3-7 L *Apr 16, 2011 TRUMAN STATE 3-5 L *Apr 17, 2011 TRUMAN STATE 4-5 L *Apr 17, 2011 TRUMAN STATE W 11-9 *Apr 22, 2011 at Southwest Baptist W 10-4 *Apr 22, 2011 at Southwest Baptist W 12-5 *Apr 23, 2011 at Southwest Baptist W 5-0 *Apr 23, 2011 at Southwest Baptist W 5-1 *Apr 29, 2011 FORT HAYS STATE 2-3 L *Apr 30, 2011 FORT HAYS STATE W 10-3 *Apr 30, 2011 FORT HAYS STATE 2-3 L *May 01, 2011 FORT HAYS STATE 3-4 L *May 07, 2011 at Nebraska-Omaha W 8-4 *May 07, 2011 at Nebraska-Omaha 1-2 L *May 08, 2011 at Nebraska-Omaha W 6-3 *May 08, 2011 at Nebraska-Omaha 2-13 L %May 12, 2011 vs Fort Hays State W 5-4 %May 13, 2011 vs Central Missouri 2-4 L %May 13, 2011 vs Nebraska-Omaha 5-10 L * MIAA game % MIAA Tournament game 2012 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overall: 34-17 - 26-12 MIAA Feb 19, 2012 at North Alabama-1 W 4-1 Feb 19, 2012 at North Alabama-2 2-7 L Feb 20, 2012 at North Alabama 3-5 L Feb 25, 2012 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY W 7-2 Feb 25, 2012 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY 2-6 L Feb 26, 2012 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY W 3-2 Feb 26, 2012 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY W 12-5 *Mar 03, 2012 at #2 Central Missouri W 8-3 *Mar 04, 2012 at #2 Central Missouri-1 0-11 L *Mar 04, 2012 at #2 Central Missouri-2 8-9 L *Mar 05, 2012 at #2 Central Missouri 2-7 L Mar 10, 2012 UNIVERSITY OF MARY-1 W 5-0 Mar 10, 2012 UNIVERSITY OF MARY-2 W 4-0 Mar 10, 2012 UNIVERSITY OF MARY-3 W 3-1 *Mar 16, 2012 #11 MO. SOUTHERN W 5-3 *Mar 17, 2012 #11 MO. SOUTHERN-1 W 2-1 *Mar 17, 2012 #11 MO. SOUTHERN-2 W 3-0 *Mar 18, 2012 #11 MO. SOUTHERN W 5-2 *Mar 24, 2012 LINCOLN-1 W 9-1 *Mar 24, 2012 LINCOLN-2 W 21-3 *Mar 25, 2012 LINCOLN-1 W 2-1 *Mar 25, 2012 LINCOLN-2 6-10 L *Mar 27, 2012 #28 EMPORIA STATE-1 2-3 L *Mar 27, 2012 #28 EMPORIA STATE-2 1-5 L *Mar 31, 2012 WASHBURN-1 W 3-2

*Mar 31, 2012 WASHBURN-2 W 3-2 *Apr 01, 2012 WASHBURN-1 W 5-2 *Apr 01, 2012 WASHBURN-2 W 5-4 *Apr 06, 2012 at NW Missouri St W 2-1 *Apr 06, 2012 at NW Missouri St 1-9 L *Apr 07, 2012 at NW Missouri St W 7-5 *Apr 07, 2012 at NW Missouri St 1-11 L *Apr 10, 2012 at Emporia State-1 W 5-4 *Apr 10, 2012 at Emporia State-2 W 6-2 *Apr 13, 2012 at Pittsburg State-1 W 12-1 *Apr 13, 2012 at Pittsburg State-2 W 15-1 *Apr 14, 2012 at Pittsburg State-1 W 13-5 *Apr 14, 2012 at Pittsburg State-2 W 17-6 *Apr 20, 2012 at Truman State Univ. W 5-0 *Apr 21, 2012 at Truman State Univ.-1 1-2 L *Apr 21, 2012 at Truman State Univ.-2 W 11-1 *Apr 22, 2012 at Truman State Univ. 8-9 L *Apr 28, 2012 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST-1 W 4-2 *Apr 28, 2012 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST-2 1-2 L *May 04, 2012 at Fort Hays State W 15-1 *May 05, 2012 at Fort Hays State-1 W 5-1 *May 05, 2012 at Fort Hays State-2 W 9-2 *May 06, 2012 at Fort Hays State 11-12 L %May 11, 2012 vs Washburn W 12-8 %May 12, 2012 vs #5 Central Missouri 1-3 L %May 12, 2012 vs Fort Hays State 2-3 L % MIAA Tournament game 2013 Coach Charles “Buzz” Verduzco Overal: 40-12 - 28-5 MIAA MIAA Regular Season Champions NCAA Tournament Participant Feb 10, 2013 at Arkansas Tech-1 5-6 L Feb 10, 2013 at Arkansas Tech-2 W 5-3 Feb 11, 2013 at Arkansas Tech-1 5-6 L Feb 11, 2013 at Arkansas Tech-2 7-9 L *Feb 16, 2013 at Emporia State-1 W 8-5 *Feb 16, 2013 at Emporia State-2 W 7-6 *Feb 17, 2013 at Emporia State W 12-2 Mar 04, 2013 at Drury W 10-5 Mar 04, 2013 vs Southwest Baptist W 10-3 Mar 05, 2013 vs Southwest Baptist W 16-6 *Mar 06, 2013 vs Nebraska-Kearney-1 W 7-4 *Mar 06, 2013 vs Nebraska-Kearney-2 W 11-1 Mar 13, 2013 WILLIAM JEWELL W 11-0 *May 14, 2013 at Washburn-1 W 23-13 *May 14, 2013 at Washburn-2 W 15-9 *Mar 16, 2013 NORTHEASTERN STATE-1 W 15-2 *Mar 15, 2013 NORTHEASTERN STATE-2 W 6-5 *Mar 16, 2013 NORTHEASTERN STATE W 10-3 *Mar 19, 2013 at NW Missouri State-1 W 10-4 *Mar 19, 2013 at NW Missouri State W 7-2 *Mar 22, 2013 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA-1 W 5-4 *Mar 22, 2013 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA-2 5-7 L *Mar 23, 2013 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA W 11-9 *Mar 28, 2013 NW MISSOURI STATE-1 W 6-1 *Mar 28, 2013 NW MISSOURI STATE-2 W 6-5 *Mar 29, 2013 at Lincoln W 15-5 *Mar 31, 2013 at Lincoln-1 W 11-1 *Mar 31, 2013 at Lincoln-2 W 16-9 Apr 02, 2013 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST W 2-0 *Apr 06, 2013 at Pittsburg State-1 W 12-5 *Apr 06, 2013 at Pittsburg State-2 W 12-5 *Apr 07, 2013 at Pittsburg State 1-5 L *Apr 13, 2013 LINDENWOOD-1 W 6-4 *Apr 13, 2013 LINDENWOOD-2 W 5-3 *Apr 14, 2013 LINDENWOOD W 5-4 Apr 15, 2013 #4 ST. CLOUD STATE W 5-3 *Apr 20, 2013 #8 CENTRAL MISSOURI-1W 3-2 *Apr 20, 2013 #8 CENTRAL MISSOURI-2 1-2 L *Apr 21, 2013 #8 CENTRAL MISSOURI 5-6 L *Apr 24, 2013 WASHBURN-1 W 3-1 *Apr 24, 2013 WASHBURN-2 W 11-1 *Apr 28, 2013 at Missouri Southern-1 7-8 L *Apr 28, 2013 at Missouri Southern-2 W 8-4 %May 04, 2013 FORT HAYS STATE W 9-1 %May 05, 2013 FORT HAYS STATE W 12-10 %May 09, 2013 vs Central Oklahoma W 9-3 %May 10, 2013 vs Missouri Southern 3-4 L %May 10, 2013 vs Pittsburg State W 11-4 %May 11, 2013 vs Missouri Southern W 12-2 %May 11, 2013 vs Missouri Southern 3-6 L ^May 16, 2013 vs #10 Southern Ark. 1-6 L ^May 17, 2013 vs #5 Minnesota State 1-4 L (10) () extra inning game * MIAA Game % MIAA Tournament Game ^ NCAA Central Regional Game

Griffons versus opponents since 2001 Arkansas Tech ....................................... 10-7 Armstrong Atlantic State .................... 1-1 Augustana College (S.D.) ................... 14-5 Bemidji State ........................................ 1-1 Benedictine College ............................ 1-3 Bryant College ..................................... 0-1 California .............................................. 1-2 Central Arkansas ................................. 2-2 Central Oklahoma ............................... 4-3 Central Missouri ................................... 9-37 Concord College .................................. 1-1 Drury ...................................................... 2-1 Emporia State ....................................... 17-32 Fort Hays State .................................... 11-12 Graceland ............................................. 2-0

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Harding ................................................. 5-3 Henderson State .................................. 2-0 Kutztown ................................................ 1-1 Lewis-Clark State ................................. 0-1 Lincoln Universiy ................................... 11-3 Lindenwood (Mo.)................................. 3-0 Mid-America Nazarene ..................... 2-0 Minnesota State - Mankato................ 0-1 Missouri-Rolla ....................................... 8-6 Missouri Southern ................................. 23-20 Missouri St. Louis .................................. 5-0 Montevallo ............................................ 1-2 Morningside .......................................... 1-1 Nebraska-Kearney .............................. 6-2 Nebraska-Omaha ............................... 11-24 North Alabama..................................... 0-3 Northeastern State (Okla.)................. 3-0 Northern State (S.D.) ........................... 3-0 Northwest Missouri State .................... 26-22 Ouachita Baptist .................................. 2-3 Pittsburg State ...................................... 32-12 Rockhurst ................................................ 2-2 Saint Martin’s ........................................ 2-0 Southern Arkansas ............................... 0-2 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville ............ 1-0 Southern Indiana .................................. 2-0 Southwest Baptist ................................. 37-7 St. Cloud State...................................... 1-0 St. Mary ................................................. 4-1 Truman State ........................................ 34-10 Upper Iowa ........................................... 6-0 Washburn University ........................... 30-12 Wayne State College (Neb.) ............. 4-8 Western Oregon .................................. 0-1 William Jewell....................................... 1-0 Wisconsin-Parkside .............................. 0-1 Wisconsin-Stout .................................... 1-0 Record: ......................................... 281-288 Year-by-Year Record 1970 ..........................................12-10 1971...........................................33-8 1972...........................................30-17-1 1973...........................................28-16 1974...........................................37-21 1975...........................................31-25 1976...........................................26-26 1977...........................................35-32-1 1978...........................................29-18 1979...........................................30-29-1 1980...........................................27-24 1981...........................................25-27 1982...........................................36-33 1983...........................................20-18-1 1984...........................................24-21 1985...........................................30-32 1986...........................................26-29 1987...........................................18-30-1 1988...........................................16-42 1989...........................................19-30 1990...........................................6-30 1991...........................................22-20 1992...........................................11-20 1993...........................................16-12 1994...........................................12-24 1995...........................................18-22 1996...........................................22-25 1997...........................................18-20 1998...........................................8-31 1999...........................................12-30 2000...........................................21-31 2001...........................................21-23 2002...........................................25-20 2003...........................................29-22 2004...........................................33-18 2005...........................................33-22 2006...........................................31-25 2007...........................................28-25 2008...........................................25-24 2009...........................................34-22 2010...........................................22-23 2011............................................26-25 2012...........................................34-17 2013...........................................40-12 Totals.............................1079-1031-5 MIAA Record Since 2000 2000...........................................13-18 2001...........................................12-18 2002...........................................15-16 2003...........................................16-14 2004...........................................17-14 2005...........................................21-10 2006...........................................21-9 2007...........................................21-14 2008...........................................22-14 2009...........................................22-16 2010...........................................16-22 2011............................................24-19 2012...........................................26-12 2013...........................................28-5 *

Total.....................................274-197 * = MIAA Regular Season Champs


Totals 942-734 (.562) ! = MIAA Tournament Participant # = NCAA Regional Participant

1980 First Team All-CSIC - Brad Campbell (C) & David Greiwe (P) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Scott Howard (P) Finished 2nd in Distcit 16 Tournament 1981 First Team All-CSIC - Terry Landess (Utility) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Randy Geesing (1B), Roger VAn Vickle (2B), Mike Musser (3B), Isaac Brown (OF), Dan Molieri (C) & Chuck Kempf (P) Honorable Mention NAIA All-American - Terry Landess (SS) & Mike Musser (3B) 1982 First Team All-CSIC - Mike Musser (3B) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - David Greiwe (P), Chuck Kempf (P), Bruce Reed (1B) & Ronnie McMahill (SS) Honorable Mention NAIA All-American - David Greiwe (P) & Mike Musser (INF)

1984 First Team All-CSIC - Eric Snider (P) & John Kostelac (C) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Ronnie McMahill (3B) Honorable Mention NAIA All-American - John Kostelac (C) 1985 First Team All-CSIC - Eric Snider (P) & David Lau (C) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Jay Essington (OF) & Joe Beggs (P) Honorable Mention NAIA All-American - David Lau (C)

1987 Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Dan David (P) & Darren Lewis (3B) 1988 Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Troy Cook (1B) & Stoney Hays (C) 1989 First Team All-CSIC - Chris Bemont (3B) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Brett King (SS) & Rob Ritz (2B) Honorable Mention All-District 16 - Chris Bemont (3B), Brett King (SS) & Rob Ritz (2B) 1990 NA 1991 NA 1992 All-MIAA North Division - Erick Bracero (1B) Second Team All-Central Region - Erick Bracero (1B) 1993 Freshman of the Year - Donnie Crist (2B) First Team All-MIAA - Donnie Crist (2B) Second Team All-MIAA - Doug Niemeier (P), Brian Schmidt (SS) All-North Division - Doug Niemeier (P), Donnie Crist (2B) & Rick Schmidt (SS) Second Team All-Central Region - Brian Schmidt (SS) MIAA All-Academic Team - Ricky Calloway (Exercise Science) & Doug Niemeier (Criminal Justice) 1994 Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Mike Thornton (OF) MIAA All-Academic Team - Ryan Evans (Biology), Ricky Calloway (Exercise Science) & Doug Niemeier (Criminal Justice) GTE/CoSida Academic All-District Seven - Ryan Evans (P) 1995 Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Javier Martinez (SS) MIAA All-Acadmeic Team - Eric Jones (Electronic Engineering) 1996 Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Jason Crist (P), Adrian Roberts (P) & Steve Reynolds (OF) MIAA All-Academic Team - Eric Jones (Engineering) 1997 First Team All-MIAA - Jason Crist (P) & Justin Stauser (Utility) Second Team All-MIAA - Javier Martinez (2B) MIAA Pitcher of the Week - Jason Crist (April 8) Second team All-Central Region - Jason Crist (P) 1998 NA

All-Conference Awards by Year

1983 First Team All-CSIC - Bruce Reed (1B) & Mike Musser (3B) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Dale Reed (P) & Len Jennings (OF) Honorable Mention NAIA All-American - Mike Musser (INF)

1986 First Team All-CSIC - David Lau (C) & Jeff Jennings (OF) Honorable Mention All-CSIC - Jeff Mittie (P), Dale Reed (P) & Jeff Vestal (3B) Second Team NAIA All-American - David Lau (C)

1999 Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Joe Hendrix (P) & Dustin Worrell (SS) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - Andy Hilbrich (Undeclared), Scott Mallernee (Criminal Justice), Jacob Rapp (Undeclared) & Brian Williams (Business) GTE/CoSIDA College Division Academic All-District VII Second Team - Scott Mallernee (Criminal Justice) 2000 Second Team All-MIAA - Jason Huskey (P) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Dustin Worrell (SS) & Sean Harvey (Utility) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - Heath Craig (Physical Education), Andy Hilbrich (Mathematics), Jeff Lappe (Recreation Administration), Danny Payne (Physical Education), Jacob Rapp (Recreation Administration) & Kevin Toms (History) 2001 Second Team All-MIAA - T.J. Collins (2B) & Dustin Worrell (SS) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Kyle Mills (P), Aaron Ruiz (P) & John Dano (Utility) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - Heath Craig (Physical Education), Jeff Lappe (Recreation Administration) & Jacob Rapp (Recreation Administration)

Coaching Records and Awards Won

All-Time MWSU Softball Coaching Records Overall CSIC Year Coach W-L-T Pct. W-L Pct. Place 1970 Doug Minnis 12-10 .545 1971 Doug Minnis 33-8 .805 1972 Doug Minnis 30-17-1 .625 1973 Doug Minnis 28-16 .636 1974 Doug Minnis 37-21 .638 1975 Doug Minnis 31-25 .554 1976 Doug Minnis 26-26 .500 1977 Doug Minnis 35-32-1 .515 1978 Doug Minnis 29-18 .617 1979 Doug Minnis 30-29-1 .508 1980 Doug Minnis 27-24 .529 No conference schedule played 1981 Doug Minnis 25-27 .481 No conference schedule played 1982 Doug Minnis 36-33 .522 No conference schedule played 1983 Doug Minnis 20-18-1 .513 No conference schedule played 1984 Doug Minnis 24-21 .533 No conference schedule played 1985 Doug Minnis 30-32 .484 No conference schedule played 1986 Doug Minnis 26-29 .473 No conference schedule played 1987 Doug Minnis 18-30-1 .367 No conference schedule played 1988 Doug Minnis 16-42 .276 No conference schedule played Overall MIAA Year Coach W-L-T Pct. W-L Pct. Place 1989 Doug Minnis 19-30 .388 1990 Doug Minnis 6-30 .167 1991 Doug Minnis 22-20 .524 1992 Doug Minnis 17-20 .459 5-5 .500 3rd North 1993 Doug Minnis 16-12 .571 10-8 .556 3rd North 1994 Doug Minnis 12-27 .308 4-11 .267 6th North 1995 Doug Minnis 18-22 .450 9-9 .500 4th North 1996 Doug Minnis 22-25 .468 7-11 .389 5th North 1997 Doug Minnis 18-20 .474 8-11 .421 8th 1998 Doug Minnis 8-31 .216 1999 Doug Minnis 12-30 .286 4-14 .286 9th 2000 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 21-31 .404 13-18 .419 7th 2001 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 22-24 .478 12-18 .400 8th 2002 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 25-20 .556 15-16 .484 6th 2003 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 29-22 .567 16-14 .530 4th ! 2004 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 33-18 .647 17-14 .548 T5th 2005 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 33-22 .600 21-10 .677 2nd ! 2006 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 31-25 .674 21-9 .700 3rd !# 2007 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 28-23 .549 2008 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 25-24 .510 2009 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 34-22 .607 2010 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 22-23 .489 2011 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 26-25 .510 2012 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 34-17 .667 2013 Charles “Buzz” Verduzco 40-12 .769

2002 First Team All-MIAA - Brooks Barkley (OF) Second Team All-MIAA - Kyle Mills (P), Brian Vernon (C), George Walden (1B) & Zac Hill (DH) MIAA Baseball Players of the Week - Sean Harvey (RHP - April 9) American Baseball Coaches Association All-Central Region First Team - Brooks Barkley (OF) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - John Dano (General Studies), Nate Ferguson (Finance) & Troy Gustafson (Construction Engineering) Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII First Team - Troy Gustafson Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII Second Team - Nate Ferguson Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team - Troy Gustafson

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Awards Won and Year-by-Year Roster

2003 First Team All-MIAA - John Dano (2B) Second Team All-MIAA - Lee Ring (P) & Zac Hill (DH) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Clint Gilliland (P), Cam Ford (Relief Pitcher) & Danny Ivie (OF) Second Team American Baseball Coaches Association All-Central Region - John Dano (2B) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - John Dano (Speech Communication), Brandon Freeborn (Physical Education) & Zak Hill (Physical Education/Exercise Science) Academic All-MIAA (3.5 GPA & All-MIAA) - Clint Gilliland Verizon/CoSida Academic All-District VII First Team - John Dano

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2004 First Team All-MIAA - Brian Desch (C) Second Team All-MIAA - Clint Gilliland (P), Lee Ring (P) & John Dano (2B) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Clint Faought (P), Jacob Sur (SS) & Justin McCarthy (DH) American Baseball Coaches Association Second Team All-Central Region - John Dano (2B) & Brian Desch (C) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - John Dano (Speech Communications), Joe Fehlker (Psychology), Brandon Freeborn (Physical Education), Jacob Grzenda (Commercial Art) & Lee Ring (English) Academic All-MIAA (3.5 GPA & All-MIAA) - Clint Gilliland (P) 2005 First Team All-MIAA - Justin Coffman (3B) Second Team All-MIAA - Clint Gilliland (P) & Ryan Zenn (1B) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Jesse Spellmeyer (P), Mike McInerney (Relief Pitcher) & Bill Payson (2B) Wilson/MIAA Pitcher of the Week - Clint Gilliland (May 10) American Baseball Coaches Association Second Team All-Central Region - Justin Coffman (3B) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - Joe Fehlker (Psychology), Clint Gilliland (Criminal Justice), Justin McCarthy (General Studies), Bill Payson (Physical Education) & Mike Schmidt (Biology) Academic All-MIAA (3.5 GPA & All-MIAA) - Clint Gilliland (P) CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VII Second Team - Clint Gilliland (P) 2006 First Team All-MIAA - Ryan Zenn (1B), Sam Walker (SS) & Andrew Simpson (DH) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Justin Parrish (P), Mike McInerney (Relief Pitcher), Willie Forrest (2B) & Courtney Jackson (OF) Wilson/MIAA Hitter of the Week - Ryan Zenn (March 14) American Baseball Coaches Association First Team All-Central Region - Ryan Zenn (1B) & Sam Walker (SS) American Baseball Coaches Association Second Team All-Central Region - Andrew Simpson (DH) MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll - Clint Gilliland (Criminal Justice), Mark Newton (Recreation Administration), Justin Parrish (Recreation Administration), Bill Payson (Physical Education), Andrew Simpson (Management), Jesse Spellmeyer (Government) & Ryan Zenn (Recreation Administration) Academic All-MIAA (3.5 GPA & All-MIAA) - Andrew Simpson (DH) 2007 First Team All-MIAA - Tommy Bone (DH) Second Team All-MIAA - Troy Landi (OF) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - AJ Huttenlocker (P), Willie Forrest (2B), Sam Walker (SS) & Adam Carolan (3B) 2008 First Team All-MIAA - Everett Saul (P), Adam Carolan (3B) & Ben Toedebusch (OF) Second Team All-MIAA - Troy Landi (OF) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Chris Rusler (P) MIAA Pitcher of the Week - Chris Jackson (April 22) Daktronics All-Central First Team - Adam Carolan (3B) National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association Division II AllAmerica Third Team - Adam Carolan (3B) MIAA Academic Honor Roll - Tommy Bone (Physical Education), Drew Mannen (Criminal Justice), Tim Reed (Sport Management) & Steven Reilly (Sport Management)

2009 First Team All-MIAA - A.J. Huttenlocker (P), Troy Landi (OF) & Andy Hebrard (UT) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Blake Thomas (P) & Danny Conners (SS) ABCA/Rawlings All-South Central Second Team - Troy Landi (OF) & A.J. Huttenlocker (P) Daktronics All-South Central Region Second Team - A.J. Huttenlocker (P) Academic All-MIAA - Harrison Cobb (Criminal Justice), Brady Ellis (Accounting), Andrew Elmendorf (Physical Education), Alex Httelman (Finance), Zach Kinkeade (Physical Education), Drew Mannen (Management), Jacob McClanahan (Computer Information Systems), Adan Mercado (Physical Education), Cody Tipton (Health Science Biology), Crhis Sundvold (Physical Education), Billy Waldman (Management), Wes Winn (Biochemistry/Molecular Biology) 2010 Honoable Mention All-MIAA - Brandon Simmons (Pitcher), Isaac Rome (Utility) & Ian Atkinson (3B) 2011 MIAA Pitcher of the Week - Nic Jurado (March 8), Matt Bergin (April 12) & Oliver Kadey (April 26) Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 Second Team - Matt Bergin (Accounting) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Nik Jurado (RHP), Brandon Simmons (RHP), Spencer Shockley (1B), Tony Loeffler (C), Ian Atkinson (2B), Jason Solma (SS) and Isaac Rome (DH) 2012 MIAA Hitter of the Week - Grant Fink (April 17) & Michael Schulze (May 8) MIAA Pitcher of the Week - Brandon Simmons (May 8) First Team All-MIAA - Brandon Simmons (RHP) & Spencer Shockley (1B) Second Team All-MIAA - Nic Jurado (RHP), Grant Fink (3B) & Nate Ramler (DH) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Michael Schulze (SS) Daktronics All-South Central Second Team - Brandon Simmons (P) American Baseball Coaches Association South Central Region Second Team - Brandon Simmons (RHP) Rawlings/American Baseball Coaches Association South Central Gold Glove - Tony Loeffler (C) Rawlings/American Baseball Coaches Association Division II Defensive Player of the Year - Tony Loeffler (C) MIAA Academic Honor Roll - Chris Allen, Jarad Bell, Matt Bergin, Jerico Burasco, Harrison Cobb, Shawn Egge, Grant Fink, Jake Graham, Kyle Hallowell, Michael Hollander, Jacob Jones, Oliver Kadey, Kyle Kelly, Dylon Koch, Paul Krogmeier, Zach Kroyman, Tony Loeffler, Kyle Peterson, Mason Queen, Michael Schulze, Spencer Schockley, Nathan Shores, Jimmy Smelcer, Andy Stewart 2013 MIAA Regular Season Champions NCAA DII Central Region Participant MIAA Hitter of the Week - Kyle Simpson (February 19), Bubba Dotson (March 12) & Michael Schulze (March 19) MIAA Pitcher of the Week - Ethan Ward (March 12) NCBWA Central Region Hitter of the Week - Kyle Simpson (February 19), Bubba Dotson (March 14) Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Top 25 - 22nd (March 26) National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Top 25 - 20th (March 18 & 26), 12th (April 1), 5th (April 15th and Final Poll), 14th (April 22) & 15th (April 29) Capital One Academic All-District Seven First Team - Grant Fink (Sports Management) First Team All-MIAA - Brandon Simmons (RHP), Jimmy Smelcer (2B), Michael Schulze (SS), Bubba Dotson (OF) & Grant Fink (3B) Second Team All-MIAA - Kyle Simpson (OF) Honorable Mention All-MIAA - Logan Hollingsworth (LHP), Jake Schrader (C), Spencer Shockley (1B) & Nate Ramler (Utility) MIAA Coach of the Year - Charles “Buzz” Verduzco MIAA Player of the Year - Michael Schulze (SS) MIAA Pitcher of the Year - Brandon Simmons (RHP) Finalist for Tino Martinez Award - Grant Fink (3B) Finalist for Inaugural Josh Willingham Award - Michael Schulze (SS) Daktronics All-Central Region First Team - Michael Schulze (SS), Bubba Dotson (OF), Grant Fink (3B) and Brandon Simmons (P) Daktronics All-Central Region Player of the Year - Michael Schulze

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(SS) ABCA First Team All-Region - Michael Schulze (SS), Bubba Dotson (OF), Grant Fink (3B), Brandon Simmons (P) & Kyle Simpson (OF) ABCA All-Central Retion Player of the Year - Michael Schulze (SS) First Team Daktronics All-Amiercan- Michael Schulze (SS), Bubba Dotson (OF) & Grant Fink (3B) Daktronics Player of the Year - Michael Schulze (SS) ABCA/Rawlings First Team All-American - Michael Schulze (SS) ABCA/Rawlings Second Team All-American - Bubba Dotson (OF), Grant Fink (3B) & Kyle Simpson (OF) NCBWA Central Region Player of the Year - Michael Schulze (SS) NCBWA National Player of the Year - Michael Schulze (SS) NCBWA First Team All-Central Region - Michael Schulze (SS), Grant Fink (3B), Bubba Dotson (OF) & Brandon Simmons (RHP) NCBWA First Team All-American - Michael Schulze (SS) NCBWA Second Team All-American - Grant Fink (3B) & Bubba Dotson (OF) NCBWA Honorable Mention All-American - Brandon Simmons (RHP) Capital One Second Team Academic All-American - Grant Fink Grant Fink Drafted by Indians in 23rd Round of MLB Draft 6/8/2013 Michael Schulze Drafted by Cardinals in 19th Round of MLB Draft - 6/8/2013 MIAA Scholar Athlete Award (3.5 GPA and All-MIAA) - Spencer Shockley (Health and Exercise Science) MIAA Academic Honor Roll (3.0 cumulative GPA) - Chris Allen, Jarad Bell, Jerico Burasco, Harrison Cobb, Bubba Dotson, Shawn Egge, Grant Fink, Michael Hollander, Oliver Kadey, Kyle Kelly, Dylon Koch, Zach Kroyman, Mason Queen, Andy Rieth, Payton Scarbrough, Michael Schulze, Spencer Shockley, Jimmy Smelcer


1982 1982 1982 1982 1985 1982

At Bats Ron McMahill Jacob Sur Michael Schulze Nate Ramler Len Jennings Mike Musser Sam Walker Tom O’Brien Bruce Reed

249 218 214 211 210 205 201 201 199

1982 2005 2013 2013 1982 1982 2006 1974 1982

Runs Scored Michael Schulze Ron McMahill Troy Landi Duane Clark Bubba Dotson John Dano Mike Musser Jacob Sur Courtney Jackson Joe Driver Len Jennings Michael Schulze

70 64 62 54 59 59 52 50 50 50 50 49

2013 1982 2009 1974 2013 2003 1982 2005 2005 1991 1982 2012

Hits Michael Schulze Ryan Zenn Justin Coffman Grant Fink Kyle Simpson Nate Ramler Mike Musser Andrew Simpson Bubba Dotson Troy Landi Sam Walker Len Jennings Don Askey Spencer Shockley Ryan Zenn Jacob Sur

94 81 79 77 77 75 74 74 71 70 70 70 70 68 68 68

2013 2006 2005 2013 2013 2013 1982 2006 2013 2009 2006 1982 1974 2012 2005 2005

RBI Kyle Simpson Bubba Dotson Mike Musser Justin Coffman Adam Carolan Brian Desch Grant Fink Andrew Simpson Brooks Barkley Jack Burleson Sam Walker Nate Ramler Nate Ramler David Lau Bruce Red Ryan Zenn

60 59 59 59 54 53 51 50 48 46 46 45 45 45 45 45

2013 2013 1982 2005 2008 2004 2013 2006 2002 1974 2006 2013 2012 1986 1982 2005

Doubles Ryan Zenn Adam Carolan Brooks Barkley Justin Coffman Spencer Shockley Michael Schulze Sam Walker John Dano Len Jennings Spencer Shockley Tommy Bone Duane Clark

22 21 21 19 18 17 17 17 17 16 16 16

2005 2008 2002 2005 2013 2013 2006 2003 1982 2011 2007 1974

Triples Mark Clark Andy Luedtke Troy Cook Andrew Simpson Jeff Jennings Mike Bray Danny Ivie Brooks Barkley Rick Shingleton Randy Parker Javier Martinez

10 9 9 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6

1977 2003 1986 2006 1986 1971 2004 2002 1984 1979 1996

Home Runs Grant Fink Troy Landi Bubba Dotson Isaac Rome David Lau Mike Musser Nate Ramler

14 14 13 13 12 11 10

2013 2009 2013 2010 1985 1982 2012

Tom O’Brien Isaac Rome Adam Carolan Brian Desch Zak Hill David Lau

10 9 9 9 9 9

1974 2011 2008 2004 2003 1986

Walks Duane Clark Joe Driver Darren Lewis Courtney Jackson Brad Haggard Randy Parker

46 45 43 42 41 41

1974 1991 1987 2005 1985 1979

Strikeouts Nate Ramler Adan Mercado Isaac Rome Andy Luedtke Nate Ramler Maurice Dariso Grant Fink Darrin Bullock Adan Mercado Don Bachman Roger VanVickle Bob Verbeck Eric Jones

49 47 43 43 41 38 37 37 36 36 36 36 36

2012 2009 2011 2003 2013 1988 2013 2005 2008 1988 1981 1972 1994

Stolen Bases Troy Landi Troy Landi Troy Landi Steve Lael John Dano Justin Strauser Charlie Silver Joe Driver Mike Musser Jacob Sur

30 30 28 28 27 26 22 20 20 20

2007 2009 2008 1976 2003 1997 1980 1991 1982 2005

Sacrifices Courtney Jackson Tony Loeffler Ben Schleppenbach Dean Boyles Mike Buckler Don Askey Rick Lowe 8 others 8

13 12 11 10 10 10 10

2006 2012 2004 2000 1982 1974 1974

Batting Average Michael Schulze Brooks Barkley Ryan Zenn Justin Coffman Dustin Worrell Don Askey Marcus Rowe Tom O’Brien Spencer Shockley John Kostelac George Walden Grant Fink Javier Martiez John Dano Eric Bracero Tommy Bone

.439 (94-214) .422 (65-154) .418 (76-181) .414 (79-191) .413 (57-138) .407 (70-172) .407 (46-113) .403 (54-134) .402 (68-169) .402 (37-92) .398 (49-123) .409 (77-194) .397 (54-136) .396 (67-169) .394 (41-104) .394 (52-132)

Putouts Troy Cook Spencer Shockley Bruce Reed Blake DeMarie Spencer Shockley Ryan Zenn Bob Verbeck David Sego

421 407 396 388 385 382 370 366

1988 2013 1982 1974 2012 2006 1971 1977

Assists Ron McMahill Jacob Sur Sam Walker Michael Schulze Javier Martinez Roger VanVickle Maurice Dariso

172 169 160 146 146 144 142

1982 2005 2006 2013 1996 1982 1988

Errors Maurice Dariso Blake Schreck Marcus Rowe Jeff Butcher Dustin Worrell Andy Luedtke Darren Lewis Ronnie McMahill

52 36 33 33 31 29 29 29

1988 1976 1991 1986 2000 2003 1988 1982

Appearances Eric Snider Eric Snider Logan Hollingsworth Jason Huskey Mike McInerney

27 25 24 24 22

1985 1984 2013 2000 2006

2013 2002 2006 2005 2001 1974 1992 1973 2012 1984 2002 2013 1997 2003 1994 2006

Doug Ellis Steve Schiller Tyler Riddle Darren Munns Nick Finn

22 20 19 19 19

2000 1985 2011 1988 1974

Games Started Jason Huskey Clint Gilliland Nick Finn Nick Finn Chuck Kempf Jesse Spellmeyer Brandon Simmons Blake Thomas Clint Gilliland Brandon Simmons Nik Jurado Brandon Simmons A.J. Huttenlocker Justin Parrish Jesse Spellmeyer Lee Ring Jim Stroud Dale Reed Chuck Kempf Mark Neu Mike Clark

17 17 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

2000 2005 1974 1975 1982 2006 2011 2009 2005 2013 2012 2012 2007 2006 2005 2004 1988 1985 1981 1981 1975

Complete Games Chuck Kempf Mark Neu Brandon Simmons Jim Chism A.J. Huttenlocker Dale Reed David Griewe

11 11 10 9 8 8 8

1982 1981 2012 1979 2009 1983 1981

Shutouts Dale Reed Scott Howard Thirteen tied 2

3 3

1985 1980

Saves Nick Finn Nick Finn Mike Clark Five tied 11

15 15 13

1974 1975 1975

Most Games Won Brandon Simmons Brandon Simmons AJ Huttenlocker xJason Huskey Clint Gilliland Clint Gilliland Everett Saul Jesse Spellmeyer Nick Finn Nick Finn Gary Snider Scott Howard

12 11 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8

2012 2013 2009 2000 2005 2004 2008 2005 1974 1975 1977 1980

Most Innings Pitched Jason Huskey Clint Gilliland Nick Finn Nick Finn A.J. Huttenlocker Chuck Kempf Brandon Simmons Jesse Spellmeyer Nik Jurado Clint Gilliland Doug Ellis Brandon Simmons Mark Neu Brandon Simmons Jim Dapkus

116.0 112.2 97.3 96.3 94.0 93.3 92.2 90.2 89.1 89.0 88.0 84.2 84.0 80.1 79.3

2000 2005 1975 1974 2009 1982 2012 2006 2012 2004 2000 2011 1981 2013 1991

Most Strikeouts Nick Finn Greg Kastner A.J. Huttenlocker Nick Finn Lee Ring Randy Evans Clint Gilliland Everett Saul Jim Chism Jason Crist

114 109 98 91 87 85 85 79 78 76

1974 1973 2009 1975 2004 1971 2005 2008 1979 1997

Fewest Hits Allowed* Greg Kastner .377 (26/69.0) Mark Henrion .536 (30/56.0) Eric Snider .596 (24/40.2) Gary Snider .631 (41/65.0) Chris Jackson .653 (38/58.2) Nick Finn .659 (64/97.0) Matt Bergin .745 (37/49.2) Everett Saul .872 (41/47.0) *minimum 40.0 innings pitched

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SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Games Ron McMahill 67 Mike Musser 67 Mike Buckler 66 Len Jennings 62 Brad Haggard 60 Bruce Reed 60

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Fewest Runs Allowed* Greg Kastner .246 (17/69.0) Adrian Roberts .264 (13/49.1) Kyle Kelly .274 (11/40.1) Gary Snider .277 (18/65.0) Matt Bergin .281 (14/49.2) Brandon Simmons .293 (27/92/2) Eric Snider .292 (12/41.0) Nick Finn .306 (15/49.0) Nik Jurado .325 (29/89.1) Chris Russler .339 (19/56.0) Everett Saul .383 (18/47.0) Billy Jones .474 (24/50.2) Fewest Base on Balls* Nik Jurado .157 (14/89.1) Clint Gilliland .163 (9/55.0) Brandon Simmons .174 (14/80.1) Brandon Simmons .184 (17/92.2) Doug Niemeier .190 (8/42.0) Brandon Simmons .198 (12/60/2) Doug Ellis .204 (18/88.0) Matt Bergin .221 (11/49.2) Lee Ring .224 (13/58.0) David Merrill .232 (12/51.6) Jerad Hawkins .237 (14/59.1) Chris Jackson .241 (14/58.2) Kenny Hollander .244 (11/45.0) Doug Niemeier .256 (11/43.0) Josh Kroeger .258 (16.52.0) Matt Bergin .262 (11/42.0) *minimum 40.0 innings pitched Single Season Team Records Games 69 At Bats 1940 Runs 422 Hits 632 Runs Batted In 399 Doubles 130 Triples 39 Home Runs 63 Base on Balls 293 Strikeouts 295 Stolen Bases 100 Caught Stealing 8 Sacrifices 61 Average .355 Putouts 1369 Assists 822 Errors (most) 180 Fielding Pct. .967

1982 1982 2013 2013 2013 2013 1977 2013 1987 2009 1982 1995 2000 2013 1982 1977 1988 2013

CAREER RECORDS At Bats Troy Landi 756 David Sego 640 Blake Schreck 633 David Limbaugh 624 Tom O’Brien 600 Ron McMahill 584

2006-09 1974-77 1975-78 1975-78 1971-74 1981-84

Runs Scored Troy Landi John Dano Javier Martinez David Limbaugh Mike Musser Ron McMahill Spencer Shockley Darren Lewis Tom Õ’Brien

193 180 133 130 130 127 121 121 121

2006-09 2001-04 1994-97 1975-78 1980-83 1981-84 2011-13 1986-89 1971-74

Hits Troy Landi Tom O’Brien John Dano David Limbaugh Blake Schreck Javier Martinez Spencer Shockley

253 216 198 197 196 191 185

2006-09 1971-74 2001-04 1975-78 1975-78 1994-97 2011-13

1973 1996 2013 1975 2011 2012 1985 1972 2012 2008 2007 2008 2012 2003 2013 2012 1993 2010 2000 2011 2003 1977 2013 2008 1970 1992 2003 2012

Ricky Lowe David Sego

178 174

1974-77 1974-77

Runs Batted In Mike Musser Tom O’Brien Spencer Shockley Troy Landi Javier Martinez David Sego John Dano Blake Schreck Mike Bray

134 126 117 111 110 110 109 107 104

1980-83 1971-74 2011-13 2006-09 1994-97 1974-77 2001-04 1975-78 1970-73

Doubles Spencer Shockley Javier Martinez Troy Landi Ryan Zenn Darren Lewis John Dano David Kingsley David Sego Dustin Worrell David Limbaugh Adam Carolan Mike Musser

48 42 40 38 37 36 36 36 34 33 33 32

2011-13 1994-97 2006-09 2005-06 1986-89 2001-04 1984-87 1974-77 1998-00 1975-78 2007-08 1980-83

Triples David Limbaugh Blake Schreck Troy Landi Mark Clark Javier Martinez Ricky Lowe Eric Jones

17 15 14 14 13 12 12

1975-78 1975-78 2006-09 1974-77 1994-97 1974-77 1993-96

Home Runs Mike Musser David Lau Grant Fink Isaac Rome Troy Landi Tom O’Brien Nate Ramler Bubba Dotson Adan Mercado Spencer Shockley David Sego Donnie Crist

24 23 22 22 22 18 18 18 16 15 15 15

1980-83 1984-86 2012-13 2010-11 2006-09 1971-74 2012-13 2012-13 2006-09 2011-13 1974-77 1993-96

Base on Balls Duane Clark Mike Musser Darren Lewis Brad Haggard David Limbaugh

113 107 106 100 100

1972-75 1980-83 1986-89 1985-87 1975-78

Stolen Bases Troy Landi John Dano David Limbaugh Randy Parker Steve Lael Ricky Lowe Duane Clark

91 57 40 40 38 36 35

2006-09 2001-04 1975-78 1976-79 1976-79 1974-77 1972-75

Batting Average Michael Schulze Ryan Zenn Brooks Barkley George Walden John Dano Don Askey Tom O’Brien Grant Fink Tommy Bone Adam Carolan Spencer Shockley Courtney Jackson Kyle Simpson Javier Martinez

.400 (161-403) 2012-13 .396 (144-363) 2005-06 .383 (108-282) 2001-02 .380 (90-237) 2001-02 .374 (198-529) 2001-04 .371 (118-318) 1971-74 .360 (216-600) 1971-74 .355 (130-366) 2012-13 .355 (97-273) 2007-08 .352 (106-301) 2007-08 .350 (185-529) 2011-13 .348 (119-342) 2005-06 .346 (89-257) 2012-13 .344 (191-555) 1994-97

Mike Musser .343 (172-502) 1980-83 Bubba Dotson .340 (111-326) 2012-13 Nate Ramler .337 (130-386) 2012-13 Ralph Sauceda .336 (121-360) 1970-72 Troy Landi .335 (253-756) 2006-09 Len Jennings .332 (117-352) 1982-83 Jimmy Smelcer .330 (93-282) 2012-13 Rick Shingleton .330 (108-327) 1984-85 *-minimum 200 at bats Strikeouts Troy Landi

108

2006-09

Pitching Wins Brandon Simmons Nick Finn Clint Gilliland Gary Snider A.J. Huttenlocker Paul Klomic David Greiwe Steve Stine Dale Reed

35 27 25 24 19 19 19 19 19

2010-13 1972-75 2003-06 1975-78 2007-09 1974-77 1979-92 1976-79 1983-86

Strikeouts Nick Finn Greg Kastner Brandon Simmons Gary Snider Clint Gilliland Randy Evans David Greiwe

285 238 228 217 217 203 193

1972-75 1971-73 2010-13 1975-78 2003-06 1970-73 1979-83

Appearances Eric Snider Clint Gilliland Nick Finn Brandon Simmons Gary Snider Blake Thomas Dale Reed Jeff Mittie Steve Stine

64 63 55 52 48 47 47 46 46

1982-85 2003-06 1972-75 2010-13 1975-78 2007-2010 1983-86 1986-89 1976-79

Complete Games Nick Finn Dale Reed Brandon Simmons Chuck Kempf Jeff Mittie Randy Evans Clint Gilliland Greg Kastner

27 21 20 17 16 16 15 15

1972-75 1983-86 2010-13 79, 81-83 1986-89 1970-73 2003-06 1971-73

Shutouts Nick Finn Dale Reed Gary Snider Gary Beashore Chuck Kempf Don Askey

7 6 6 4 4 4

1972-75 1983-86 1975-78 1992-93 79, 81-83 1971-74

Saves (since 1976) Eric Snider 12 Logan Hollingsworth 9 Mike McInerney 7 Mark Henrion 7 Jake Jones 6 Kyle Grup 6 Tyler Riddle 5 Clint Gilliland 5 Aaron Ruiz 5 Chuck Kempf 5 Steve Schiller 5 Brandon Freeborn 4 Clint Faught 4 Jimmy Templeton 4

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Individual Game Records - Hitting

Most runs scored 5; Collins,T.J.; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 13, 2001 5; Forrest,Willie; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 10, 2007 5; Hebrard,Andy; at Truman State Univ.; May 03, 2009 Most hits 5; Dano,John; vs Concord College; Mar 15, 2002 5; Forrest,Willie; Missouri Southern; Apr 14, 2006 5; Solma,Jason; at Washburn; Mar 25, 2011

6; Donlin,Sean; Mo. Southern; Apr 13, 2002 6; Huttenlocker,A.J.; Truman; Mar 23, 2007 6; Rusler,Chris; at Montevallo; Feb 28, 2008 Most strikeouts 14; Huttenlocker,A.J.; at Pittsburg State; Apr 24, 2009 Most doubles allowed 5; Kadey,Oliver; at Washburn; 03/14/2013 5; Ford,Cameron; at Missouri Southern; Apr 12, 2003 5; Ruiz,A.; Mo-Rolla; May 07, 2001 5; Thomas,Blake; at Pittsburg State; Apr 25, 2009

Most stolen bases 7; Lincoln Univ.; Apr 02, 2003 7; SW Baptist; Apr 03, 2004

Most home runs allowed 4; Hebrard,Andy; Emporia State; May 02, 2010

Most times caught stealing 3; at Southwest Baptist; Apr 09, 2005 3; Truman State; Apr 16, 2011 3; at Central Missouri; Apr 18, 2004 3; at Montevallo; Feb 28, 2008 3; vs Bryant College; Mar 11, 2002 3; vs Wisconsin-Stout; Mar 15, 2003 3; Fort Hays State; May 01, 2011

Most batters faced 41; Huttenlocker,A.J.; at Truman State Univ.; May 02, 2009

Most doubles 3; Fink,Grant; vs Pittsburg State; May 10, 2013 3; Schulze,Michael; Southwest Baptist; Mar 04, 2013 3; Schulze,Michael; at Fort Hays State; May 04, 2012 3; Ivie,Danny; Central Mo. State; Apr 17, 2003 3; Luangamath,R; at SW Baptist; Apr 07, 2001 3; Simpson,Andrew; at Missouri Southern; Apr 15, 2005 3; Walden,G.; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 13, 2001 3; Walden,George; at Missouri-Rolla; May 04, 2002 3; Worrell,D.; at SW Baptist; Apr 07, 2001

Most wild pitches 4; Cartwright,Alan; Pittsburg State; Apr 27, 2003 4; Sundvold,Chris; at Central Missouri; Mar 06, 2009

Most Home Runs 2, numerous times Most total bases 11; Auckland,Anthony; SW Baptist; Apr 06, 2002 Most walks 4; Atkinson,Ian; Emporia State; Apr 05, 2011 4; Bone,Tommy; Missouri Southern; Apr 20, 2007 4; Conners,Danny; at Fort Hays State; Feb 26, 2010 4; Forrest,Willie; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 10, 2007 4; Rome,Isaac; vs Southern Indiana; Feb 20, 2010 4; Walden,G.; at SW Baptist; Apr 07, 2001 Most times hit by pitch 3; Dano,J.; at SW Baptist; Apr 07, 2001 3; Elmendorf,Cory; at Truman State Univ.; May 02, 2009 3; Rivera,Vicente; at Nebraska-Omaha; Mar 01, 2006 Most times struck out 5; Mannen,Drew; at Central Missouri; Mar 06, 2009 Most sacrifice flies 2; Smelcer,Jimmy; NW Missouri State; Mar 28, 2013 2; Simpson,Kyle; Central Oklahoma; Mar 23, 2013 2; Barkley,Brooks; Washburn; Apr 24, 2002 2; Coffman,Justin; at Ouachita Tigers; Mar 16, 2005 2; Simpson,Andrew; vs Bemidji State; Mar 14, 2005 2; Tipton,Cody; at Truman State Univ.; May 03, 2009 2; Walker,Sam; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007 Most sacrifice hits 3; Dano,John; at Missouri-Rolla; May 05, 2002 3; Jackson,Courtney; at Harding; Feb 26, 2006 Most stolen bases 3; Dano,John; at Truman; Apr 13, 2004 3; Dano,John; at Northern State; Mar 13, 2003 3; Ivie,Danny; SW Baptist; Apr 03, 2004 3; Jones,Nate; at Nebraska-Omaha; May 08, 2011 3; Landi,Troy; at Central Missouri; Apr 05, 2008 3; Landi,Troy; Washburn; Apr 20, 2008 3; Landi,Troy; Missouri Southern; Apr 21, 2007 3; Landi,Troy; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 11, 2007 Most times caught stealing 2; Dano,John; at Lincoln; Mar 30, 2004 2; Egge,Shawn; at Drury; Mar 04, 2013 2; Gustafson,T.; Mo-Rolla; May 07, 2001 2; Jackson,Courtney; at Southwest Baptist; Apr 09, 2005 2; Pieper,Andrew; Truman State; Apr 16, 2011 Most steal attempts 4; Dano,John; at Truman; Apr 13, 2004 4; Dano,John; at Northern State; Mar 13, 2003 Most intentional walks 3; Rome,Isaac; vs Southern Indiana; Feb 20, 2010 Most times struck out looking 3; Mercado; at Truman State Univ.; May 02, 2009 Individual Game Records - Pitching Most innings pitched 10.0; Simmons,Brandon; Truman State; Apr 09, 2010 Most hits allowed 15; McInerney,Mike; vs Central Missouri St.; May 12, 2006 Most runs allowed 14; Cartwright,Alan; at Missouri Southern; Apr 13, 2003 Most earned runs allowed 10; Faught,Clint; at Central Missouri; Apr 18, 2004 10; Ferguson,Nathan; at Central Missouri; Apr 21, 2002 10; Harvey,Sean; at Emporia State; Mar 20, 2002 10; Huttenlocker,A.J.; Central Missouri; Mar 31, 2007 10; McInerney,Mike; at Central Missouri; Apr 21, 2006 10; McInerney,Mike; vs Central Missouri St.; May 12, 2006 Most walks allowed 6; Kadey,Oliver; at NW Missouri State; Mar 19, 2013 6; Brown,Kyle; vs California; Mar 15, 2006

Most sacrifice hits 6; Truman; May 04, 2004

Most triples allowed 3; Cartwright,Alan; at Missouri Southern; Apr 13, 2003 3; Parrish,Justin; at Washburn; 04/03/06

Most runs batted in 9; Forrest,Willie; Missouri Southern; Apr 14, 2006

Most triples 2; Schulze,Michael; at Pittsburg State; Apr 14, 2012 2; Ivie,Danny; vs Wayne State (Neb.); Feb 22, 2004 2; Landi,Troy; Missouri Southern; Apr 21, 2007

Most sacrifice flies 3; Emporia State; Apr 06, 2004 3; at Mo. Southern; Apr 14, 2001 3; Washburn; Apr 24, 2002 3; at Montevallo; Feb 27, 2008 3; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 10, 2007 3; Augustana; Mar 13, 2004 3; vs Bemidji State; Mar 14, 2005

Most balks 2; Bergin,Matt; Pittsburg State; Apr 09, 2011 2; Bergin,Matt; at Nebraska-Omaha; May 07, 2011 2; McInerney,Mike; at Central Arkansas; Feb 27, 2005 2; Rusler,Chris; vs Central Missouri; May 09, 2008 2; Thomas,Blake; at Harding; Feb 14, 2009 2; Thomas,Blake; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 10, 2008

Most steal attempts 9; Lincoln Univ.; Apr 02, 2003 Most intentional walks 3; vs Southern Indiana; Feb 20, 2010 Most times struck out looking 8; Central Missouri; Apr 22, 2005

Most sac flies allowed 2; numerous times

Team Game Records - Pitching

Most sac hits allowed 3; Cochrane,Jon; NW Missouri State; Apr 03, 2011 3; Mannen,Drew; at Pittsburg State; Apr 06, 2007 3; Mannen,Drew; Fort Hays State; May 05, 2007 3; Parrish,Justin; vs Western Oregon; Feb 23, 2007 3; Ring,Lee; at Pittsburg State; Apr 26, 2004 3; Spellmeyer,Jesse; Central Missouri; Apr 23, 2005

Most hits allowed 22; at Emporia State; Apr 12, 2005 22; at Central Missouri; Apr 21, 2006

Most strikeouts looking 6; Jones,Billy; at Drury University; Mar 07, 2007 6; Ring,Lee; SW Baptist; Apr 03, 2004 Individual Game Records - Fielding Most chances 19; Shockley,Spencer; vs Pittsburg State; May 10, 2013 Most putouts 17; Shockley,Spencer; vs Pittsburg State; May 10, 2013 Most assists 10; Schulze,Michael; vs Central Oklahoma; May 09, 2013 Most errors 4; Coffman,Justin; at Southern Arkansas; Mar 15, 2005 4; Luedtke,Andy; Nebraska-Omaha; Mar 03, 2003 4; Radel,Matt; Central Missouri; Mar 31, 2007 Most passed balls 2; numerous times Most stolen bases against 8; Mercado,Adrian; vs California; Mar 15, 2006 Most caught stealing by 3; Desch,Brian; at Northwest Mo. State; Mar 22, 2003 3; Gilliland,Clint; Missouri-Rolla; May 07, 2005 3; Kroeger,Josh; at Northwest Mo. State; Mar 22, 2003 3; McInerney,Mike; at Harding; Feb 26, 2006 3; Mercado,Adrian; at Harding; Feb 26, 2006 3; Newton,Mark; Missouri-Rolla; May 07, 2005

Team Game Records - Batting Most at bats 53; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007

Most runs scored 27; vs Northern State; Mar 14, 2003 Most hits 24; SW Baptist; Apr 06, 2002 24; at Missouri Southern; Apr 13, 2003 24; vs Concord College; Mar 15, 2002 Most runs batted in 23; vs Northern State; Mar 14, 2003 Most doubles 9; at SW Baptist; Apr 07, 2001 Most triples 4; Lincoln; Mar 24, 2012 Most home runs 6; at Pittsburg State; Apr 06, 2013 6; vs Central Mo.; May 19, 2006

Most innings pitched 15.0; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007

Most runs allowed 18; at Emporia State; Apr 12, 2005 Most earned runs allowed 17; at Emporia State; Apr 12, 2005 17; at Fort Hays State; Feb 27, 2010 Most walks allowed 12; at Montevallo; Feb 27, 2008 12; Nebraska-Omaha; Mar 26, 2006 Most strikeouts 16; at Harding; Feb 26, 2006 Most doubles allowed 6; Central Missouri; Apr 01, 2007 6; at Nebraska-Omaha; Apr 18, 2007 6; at Central Oklahoma; Feb.18, 2001 6; Missouri Southern; Mar 15, 2010 Most triples allowed 3; at Washburn; 04/03/06 3; at Missouri Southern; Apr 13, 2003 Most home runs allowed 4; at SW Baptist; Apr 07, 2001 4; at Kutztown; Mar 14, 2006 4; at Emporia State; Mar 17, 2004 4; Central Missouri; Mar 18, 2011 4; Emporia State; May 01, 2010 4; Emporia State; May 02, 2010 Most batters faced 65; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007 Most wild pitches 5; at North Alabama; Feb 20, 2011 Most balks 3; at Nebraska-Omaha; May 07, 2011 Most sac flies allowed 3; at Central Missouri; Apr 05, 2008 3; Emporia State; Mar 22, 2008 3; at Washburn; Mar 30, 2002 Most sac hits allowed 5; vs Concord College; Mar 14, 2002 Most strikeouts looking 7; Augustana; Mar 18, 2002 7; at Washburn; Mar 25, 2011

Team Game Records - Fielding Most chances 72; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007 Most putouts 45; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007

Most total bases 44; at Pittsburg State; Apr 13, 2012

Most assists 26; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007

Most walks 16; vs Northern State; Mar 14, 2003

Most errors 8; Lincoln Univ.; Apr 02, 2003

Most times hit by pitch 7; Truman; May 04, 2004

Most passed balls 2; numerous times

Most times struck out 21; at Central Missouri; Apr 04, 2008

Most stolen bases against 8; vs California; Mar 15, 2006

Most times grounded into DP 3; at Northwest Missouri; Apr 04, 2007 3; at Southwest Baptist; Apr 22, 2011 3; at Pittsburg State; Feb 22, 2004 3; Washburn; Mar 23, 2010 3; at Central Missouri; May 09, 2003

Most caught stealing by 3; at Harding; Feb 26, 2006 3; at Northwest Mo. State; Mar 22, 2003 3; Missouri-Rolla; May 07, 2005

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Individual and Team Game Records - Since 2001

Most at bats 7; Atkinson,Ian; Pittsburg State; Apr 25, 2010 7; Landi,Troy; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 10, 2007 7; Landi,Troy; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007 7; Munson,Brian; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007 7; Payson,Bill; at Arkansas Tech; Mar 10, 2007 7; Payson,Bill; vs Bemidji State; Mar 12, 2007 7; Sur,Jacob; at Missouri Southern; Apr 15, 2005

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-- A -Rick Aecebo Jamie Allard Larry Albrecht Brett Allen Chris Allen Tim Allen PG Alvarez Derek Anderson Donald Askey Paul Athens Ian Atkinson Anthony Auckland

-- C -David Cain Richard Calloway Ricky Calloway Brad Campbell Ryan Carbah Adam Carolan Will Carter Alan Cartwright Douglas Casler Dan Chandler William Chandler David Chew Cody Childs Robert Cicero Bob Clarck Duane Clark Kent Clark Mark Clark Harrison Cobb Justin Coffman Mitch Coleman Willie Coleman Mac Collette T.J. Collins Zach Colwell Jake Compton Steve Conn Danny Conners Bill Cook Billy Cook Dan Cook David Cook Troy Cook Gary Cox Dick Coy Mark Craig Willis Creed Donnie Crist Jason Crist Mike Cruz

2004 2008-2009 2012-2013

2010-2011 2002-2003

2001-2002 2009-2010 2001 2011-2013 2010-2012 2005-2006 2011-2012 2006-2010 2007-2008 2011-present

2006 2001 2005-2006 2012-present 2007-2008

2009-2011 2007-2008 2014-present 2003-2004 2011-present 2014-present

2009-2013 2005-06 2011 2001 2009-2010 2004 2009-2010

2002

-- D -Billy Joe Daily John Dano James Dapkus Maurice Dariso Shawn Darr Daniel David Berry Davis Daniel Dedic John Dedrick Ryan Degner Doug Demaree Blake DeMaria Wade Dergowski Brian Desch Bryce Dietrich Ryan Donaldson Bubba Dotson Sean Donlin Patrick Dougherty Jason Douglas Robert Dowson Joe Driver Jeff Droege Tim Droege Frank Drombowski Jeff Duhamell Darin Duke Brian Duncan Larry Duncan Mike Dunn -- E -Shawn Egge Roney Elms Brady Ellis Mark Ellis Timothy Ellis Andrew Elmendorf Cory Elmendorf Wally Elmore David Elms Bryce Emrick Jay Essington Greg Euker Matt Estes Randy Evans Ryan Evans -- F -Rick Fankhauser Michael Farson Clint Faught Joe Fehlker Mike Fenley Nathan Ferguson. Bill Fields Clinton Fine Grant Fink Nick Finn Michael Fish Logan Forbis Cameron Ford Bill Foreman Willie Forrest Grant Foster Russ Foster Kevin Fouts Todd France Rick Frankhauser Brandon Freeborn John Fritz Dave Fry William Fry -- G -Howard Gamber Casey Garwood Randy Geesing Rick German Brad Gillen Clint Gilliland Alan Giokaris David Gkoenke Shaun Golden Bill Goodbout Jake Graham Brandon Gray Shane Gray Ryan Grebert Green, K. Randy Gressing Dillion Griffin Richard Griffith

2001-2004

David Groenke Scott Groner Travis Grosdidier David Grow Kyle Grup Jacob Grzenda Troy Gustafson

2001-2002

-- H -David Hackmann Steve Hagan Brad Haggard Kyle Hallowell Trevor Hannum Sean Harey Bob Hartley Sean Harvey Kirby Hatcher Jerad Hawkins Bobby Hay Stoney Hays Mark Heath Andy Hebrard Doug Hedrick Mark Heenan Steven Heller Joseph Hendrix Mark Henrion Matt Henshaw Brenden Hensley Daniel Hensley Mike Hensley Mike Henthorne Dwayne Hickey Andrew Hilbrich Gregory Hill Zak Hill Don Hillerman Leo Hinkle Kellen Hobie Mark Hodgson Thomas Hoehammer Kenneth Hollander Mike Hollander Bailey Hollingsworth Logan Hollingsworth Ron Hook Alex Hottelman Troy Huckaby Jim Hudson Rich Hulme Lee Hunter Dennis Hurla Hustad, J. Brad Hutchings Jeffry Hutchings A.J Huttenlocker Brett Hutton

2012-2014

-- I -Danny Ivie

2014-present 2003-2004 2002-2003 2012-2014 2002

2002

2012-2014 2008-2009 2008-2009 2007-2009

2008-2009 2014-present

2003-2004 2002-2005

2012-2014 2002-2003 2005-2007 2005-2006

2001-2004

2005 2003-2006

2011-2012 2005 2001 2009

-- J -Bryan Jackson Chris Jackson Courtney Jackson David Jackson Gary James Jesse James Dennis Janes Pete Jans Matt Janson Clint Jeffers Jeff Jennings Lenny Jennings Adam Johnson Joe Johnson Billy Jones Brent Jones Jake Jones Jeff Jones Kevin Jones Nate Jones Ron Jones Nik Jurado Roy Jurarez -- K -Oliver Kadey Michael Kahwaji Kurt Kappmeyer Greg Kastner Rick Keesee Martin Kelsey Jeff Kelso Zack Kinkeade

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2012-2013 2009-2010 2002 2013 2009-2010

2011-2012

2002-2003 2006-2007 2012-2013 2014-present 2012-2013 2009-2010

2001 2007-2009 2005 2001-2004 2008 2005-2006 2010

All-Time Roster from 2001

-- B -Don Bachman Scott Bachman David Baird Jason Bane Chris Barb Brooks Barkley Jordan Bartlett Andy Basile Dan Bastle Barnhart, K. David Beasley Tom Beger Tim Belcher Jared Bell Chris Bemont Matt Bergin Dustin Beus Jack Bond Jon Bond Tommy Bone Banks Born Dean Boyles John Boynton Erick Bracero Michael Bray David Bridger Rich Brookshire Isaac Brown Kyle Brown Mike Buckler Buckley, S. Daryl Budine Darin Bullock Steve Bundy Jerico Burasco Jack Burleson Blake Bussman Jeff Butcher

Jason Cunningham

2009-2010 2009 2007 2007-2008 2011-present 2010-2011 2010-2012 2006-2007 2010-2013

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Kyle Kelly Chuck Kempf Kevin Kerns Kent Kiepe Brett King Mark King David Kingley CJ Kirby Jim Kobet Dylan Koch Paul Kolomic John Kostelac Tyler Krampe Josh Kroeger Paul Krogmeier Zach Kroymann Alex Kuniyoshi

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-- L -Steve Lael Trevor LaHonta Terry Landess Troy Landi Ryan Lanpher Josh Lansangan Lappe, J. David Lau Rusty Laverentz Mark Layford Tim Learned Tony Leasck Gene LeDuc Cory Legner Adam Leja Johnathon Lenz Darren Lewis David Limbaugh Ryan Linderer Ryan Livingston Tony Loeffler Rich Loehnig Greg Logan Drew Loller Ernie Lopez Greg Louzader Ricky Lowe Luangamath, R. Andy Luedtke Shane Luikart Scott Lundgren Parrish Lutz Tom Lynch -- M -Mark Mabe Kris Magg Scott Mallernee Bill Mangini Tim Mann Drew Mannon Kevin Marasco Dominic Marchesi Thad Marr Frank Martell Javier Martinez Reid Martinez Eric Mason Jon Mason Lloyd Masterson John Mayfield Kip McBride Justin McCarthy Justin McClain Jake McClanahan Scott McClanahan Keith McClure Mike McInerney Larry McIntire Lloyd McIntire Terry McIntire Ronnie McMahill Angel Melendez Adan Mercado Adrian Mercado Matt Meyer Clay Miller David Miller Jon Miller Justin Mills Kyle Mills. Doug Minnis

2012-present

2011-present 2004 2003-2004 2012 2011-2013 2013 2014-present 2006-2009 2006 2014-present 2001

2005 2003-2004 2005-2006

2011-2012 2005-2008 2001 2003

John Minnis Jeffry Mittie Dan Molieri Ryan Molina Jeremy Monty Nate Moore Gary Moppin Chad Morgan Morlock, J. Tyler Morris Tony Moyer Brian Mueller Brian Munson Michael Musser Jerry (Jay) Jr. Myers -- N -Shane Neel Mark Newton Doug Neyens Doug Niemeier Jon Novacek Jose Nunez -- O -Thomas O’Brien Jared Olson Jason Orr Rich Oster Trevor O’Shaughnessy Dan Owens -- P -Randy Parker Justin Parrish Brett Patton Danny Payne Matt Payne Bill Payson Clay Peacock Paul Perry Kyle Peterson Scott Phelan Todd Phillips Tom Phillips Andrew Pieper Terry Pierce Joey Pilatti Justin Pillarick Tim Pistone John Price Terry Prindle Raymond Purschke -- Q -Mason Queen.

2007-2010 2004-2005 2009-2010 2003-2006 2014-present 2002 2004-2005 2003 2008-2009 2005-2006

2008-2009 2006-2007 2008-2009 2012-2013 2009 2006-2007 2001-2002

-- R -Matt Radel Todd Rainey Andrew Ramirez Nate Ramler Jacob Rapp Wallae Ray Bruce Reed Craig Reed Dale Reed Tim Reed Travis Reeder Brian Reese Brian Reeves Steve Reily Stephen Reynolds Steven Rezin Brandon Rice Don Richardson Ron Richardson Tyler Riddle Andy Rieth Jason Riggs Lee Ring Bob Ritz Vicente Rivera Brent Roach Dylan Roades Adrienne Roberts Eddie Robinson Steve Rochette Isaac Rome John Ross Marcus Rowe

2005 2013-present 2005-2006 2001 2003 2005-2007

2007 2005-2006

2005-2006

2005-2007 2002-2003 2003-2007 2011-2012 2001-2002 2011-2012 2008 2006 2003

2011-present 2005-2008 2014-present 2012-2013 2001

2007-2008 2003 2007 2005 2011-2013 2013-present 2003-2004 2006-2007 2006-2007 2012-present 2010-2011

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Bryan Ruff Aaron Ruiz. Chris Rusler Matt Russell Billy Ryan Adam Sali Tyler Sanders Mike Sandusky Travis Sartain Ralph Sauceda Everett Saul Matt Savage Payton Scarbrough Jake Schader Steve Schafer David Scheer Ben Schleppenbach Brian Schmidt Mike Schmidt Steve Schoonover Blake Schreck Kurt Schultz Wes Schultz Michael Schulze Matt Schwartz David Sego Gary Sell Scott Shabin Dennis Sharp Matt Sharp Rick Shingleton Spencer Shockley Jimmy Shultz Bob Shurman Sandy Sigmon Charles Silver Brandon Simmons Andrew Simpson Kyle Simpson Eric Siverston Timothy Skorija Josh Small Jimmy Smelcer Brett Smith Chad Smith K.C. Smith Robert Smith Tyler Smith Eric Snider Gary Snider BJ Sojka Nick Solis Jason Solma Jesse Spellmeyer Pat Spellmeyer Mark Spreckels Jaron Sprong Kolby Staple Matthew Steele Mike Steggall Justin Strauser Andy Stewart Troy Stewart James Stroud Michael Stuver Chris Sundvold Greg Summers Jacob Sur

2004 2001-2002 2008 2014-present -- S --

2004 2014-present 2006 2007-2008 2009 2013 2013-present 2003-2004 2004-2005

2012-2013 2008

2011-2013

2010-2013 2005-06 2012-2013 2004 2012-2103 2014-present 2003 2004 2013 2002 2010-2011 2005-2007 2007 2013-present 2005 2001-2002 2010-2012 2004 2009-2010 2004-2005 -- T --

James Tallen Jim Talley Bandon Taylor 2005 Zach Taylor 2013-present Jonathan Temenak 2014-present Jimmy Templeton Steve Thatcher Tom Thies Mitch Thorman 2014-present Blake Thomas 2007-2010 Jeff Thorsbury Mike Thorton Kyle Thurman 2013 Cody Tipton 2009-2010 Ben Toedebusch 2007-2008 Torres, M. 2001 Adam Tritz Tyler Tuepker 2014-present Brian Tyler 2001


-- V -Marcos Valdes Daniel Valdez Brett Valentine Steve VanHorn Conrad VanSickle Roger VanSickle Mark Vaughn Ryan Vaughn Bob Vecchione Robert Verbeck Chas Verduzco. Brian Vernon Jeff Vestal John Victor

2005 2014-present

2001-2004 2001-2002

-- W -George Walden Billy Waldman Sam Walker Kurt Waller Todd Walters Jason Wamsganz Watkins, K. Aaron Ward Ethan Ward Todd Warren Hunter Weiss David Wells Stanley Weston Corey White Connor Whitney David Wiebel Scott Wiley Eric Wilheim Joel Wilhite Brian Williams Corey Williams Gary Willis Dean Wilson Timothy Wilson James Windle BJ Winn Wes Winn Matt Wiss Aaron Witte Grant Woods Dustin Worrell Ronald Wrehe Shane Wright

Ryan Zenn Andrew Zieglar Steven Zwaschka Matt Zych

2003 2001 2011-2013 2014-present 2009-2010 2014-present

2008-2009 2005 2014-present 2001

-- Y --

-- Z --

2014-present 2002

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Michael Yager Tyson Yager Terry Younghanz Billy Ytell

2001-2002 2009-2010 2006-2007 2002-2003

2005-2006

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MWSU Administration

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President Dr. Robert A. Vartabedian Dr. Robert Vartabedian began his tenure at MWSU on July 1, 2008. Since coming to Missouri Western, he has overseen the construction of Remington Hall that was completed in December 2009, and the renovation of Agenstein Hall, completed in December 2010. He has taken on a campus outdoor project, including three new pond fountains, building signs, benches and a new entrance sign. Dr. Vartabedian was also one of the campus team members to secure the Kansas City Chiefs training camp at MWSU, beginning in the summer of 2010. That project included the construction of a new Griffon Indoor Sports Complex. Missouri Western also opened a new Spring Sports Complex in the spring of 2011 and a new residence hall in the fall of 2011.

Prior to joining Missouri Western, Dr. Vartabedian served as vice president for academic affairs at Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU) in Portales, N.M. In that role, he was chief academic officer for a university with a total enrollment of about 9,500. He oversaw re-accreditation efforts in six departments. The university’s 2007 evaluation by the Higher Learning Commission/North Central Association was accepted without any deficiencies and was showcased as a model application. Dr. Vartabedian graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts in speech communication from California State University, Fresno, in 1974. He received a master of arts in speech communication from Wichita State University, and a doctorate in communication from the University of Oklahoma.

Athletics Director Kurt McGuffin Kurt McGuffin became the seventh Director of Athletics at Missouri Western and began his duties October 31, 2011. McGuffin came to Missouri Western from the University of Colorado where he was the assistant athletic director/director of athletics development since 2010. The University had one of the most successful athletics season in its history in 2012-13, with conference championships and record-breaking seasons in football and baseball. McGuffin, along with the department of health, physical education and recreation, has also developed a master’s in sport and fitness management. The program has allowed the Missouri Western Athletics Department to bring on close to 15 graduate assistants to help with various programs. At Colorado, McGuffin created and implemented a new annual giving program which increased total giving by 15 percent and added more than 600 members in the first year. He assisted with fundraising and development of a new $15 million court sport practice facility. Prior to his time at Colorado, McGuffin served 10 years in the Kansas State University athletic department. From 2008-2010, he served as senior associate athletic director for external operations. He was the administrator for men’s basketball, men’s and women’s track and field/cross country and men’s and women’s golf. He oversaw all external operations in the department, including development, ticketing, marketing and communication offices. The department completed more than $25 million in facility enhancements.

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Dr. Vartabedian has also guided a resurgence of the arts programs. In 2009, he and his wife resurrected the Madrigal Feasts of the 1980s with the annual Lights and Tights Renaissance Feast. The Vartabedians have also been instrumental in creating the Missouri Western Arts Society, a giving society that raises funds for the arts programs. This fall, Missouri Western opened a Walter Cronkite Memorial in Spratt Hall Atrium.

McGuffin had a role in drawing more fans to Kansas State sporting events. He led marketing campaigns that generated the biggest football opening day crowd in Kansas State’s history and led the sales group that sold out men’s basketball games three out of four years. During his tenure, Kansas State women’s basketball and volleyball were in the top 10 nationally for attendance. Previously at Kansas State, McGuffin served as associate director of athletics for development from 2005-2008. In that role, he directed the efforts of six fundraisers and four staff members to raise more than $12 million annually. He also oversaw the ticket office, which generated more than $16 million in revenue. McGuffin successfully completed the $90 million athletics department piece of the $500 million “Changing Lives” university-wide capital campaign, and oversaw a $6.5 million growth in the endowment for athletics. Also at Kansas State, McGuffin served as assistant director of athletics for annual giving and assistant director of athletic development. He also served as assistant director of athletics for development at the University of Idaho-Moscow in 1999 and 2000, and as a graduate assistant for fundraising at Wichita State University, director of men’s basketball operations at Eastern Washington Universityand head men’s basketball student assistant at Kansas State. McGuffin received his Bachelor of Science in Education from Kansas State in 1996 and his Master of Science in Education from Wichita State in 1999. McGuffin and wife Jessica reside in St. Joseph with their three children: Bryce, Brett and Brea.

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Missouri Western State University Athletics Staff Meet the MWSU Coaches and Staff

Athletics Administration

Patsy Smith Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Brett Esely Associate AD/ External Relations

Dave Lau Assistant AD for Development

Ryan Menley Director of Athletic Communications

Mike Halloran Director of Athletic Facilities

Trevor Berneking Director of Athletic Media Relations

Angie Caswell Adminstrative Coordinator

Heather Howard Graduate Assistant Athletics Administration Women’s Basketball

Jay White Specialists Assistant Facilities

Brian Naber Graduate Assistant Running Backs

Andrew Derksen Graduate Assistant Linebackers

Football Staff

Jerry Partridge Head Coach Linebackers

Todd Throckmorton Offensive Coordinator Offensive Line

Football Staff

Ryan Olson Graduate Assistant Offensive Line

Regi Trotter Defensive Coordinator Secondary

Buzz Verduzco Head Coach

Joel Beard Assistant Coach Quarterbacks

Aaron Coombs Assistant Coach

Natlie Bird Graduate Assistant

Jen Bagley Head Coach

Spirit Staff

Mandie Berneking Assistant Coach

Women’s Basketball Staff

Anthony Medina Graduate Assistant Coach

Men’s and Women’s Golf Staff

Aaron Bell Assistant Coach Wide Receivers

Softball Staff

Tony Loeffler Assistant Coach

Men’s Basketball Staff

Brett Weiberg Head Coach

Wes Bell Assistant Coach Defensive Line

Baseball Staff

Morris Berger Graduate Assistant Secondary

Greg Dillon Head Coach

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Eric Kramer Assistant AD for NCAA Complance & Academics

Rob Edmisson Head Coach

Roger Smith Assistant Coach

Tiffany Goldwire Graduate Assistant Coach

Volleyball Staff

Marian Carbin Head Coach

Signe Mueller Assistant Coach

Taylor McEachern Graduate Assistant

Women’s Tennis Staff

Tom Smith Head Coach

Women’s Soccer Staff

Chad Edwards Head Coach

Justine Tydings Graduate Assistant

Raven Searcy Graduate Assistant

Strength Staff

Greg Carbin Graduate Assistant

Athletic Training Staff

Blaise Kriley Head Trainer

Rachel Petty Assistant Trainer

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Becky Johnson Assistant Trainer

Jaimie Jackson Graduate Assistant

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