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TABLE OF CONTENTS PENN STATE BASEBALL ............................................. 2-11 Table of Contents ............................................................. 2 Schedule/Quick Facts ........................................................ 3 2017 Roster ...................................................................... 4 Head Coach Rob Cooper .............................................. 5-7 Assistant Coach Brian Anderson ....................................... 8 Assistant Coach Ross Oeder .............................................. 9 Volunteer Asst. Coach/Strength Coach/Athletic Trainer... 10 Psychologist/Student Managers........................................ 11 MEET THE PLAYERS ................................................. 12-31 Seniors ........................................................................... 12-17 Forsyth, Helsel, Malinsky...................................................... Mullin, Riotto, Scholly ........................................................ Juniors ........................................................................... 18-22 Bates, S. Biasi, Boricich, ....................................................... Distasio, Lehman, Pilewicz................................................... Sophomores/Redshirt Freshmen .................................... 23-27 Bowersox, Burger, Hagenman, Hughes, Klemann, Leavitt Riggins, Sloniger, Hodgens, Mock Newcomers .................................................................... 28-31 Macon, Bartels, D. Biasi, Davis, Gayman Giavedoni, Goodnight, Nadeau, Triebold, Weisenseel NITTANY LION HISTORY ........................................ 32-78 2016 Results ....................................................................32 2016 Season Statistics ..................................................... 33 2016 Big Ten Statistics .................................................... 34 All-Time Records vs. Opponents......................................35 All-Time Opponent Series ........................................ 36-47 Coaching History ........................................................... 48 Year-by-Year Results .................................................. 49-63 Program Timeline ..................................................... 64-66 Individual Game Records ................................................ 67 Season Records ......................................................... 68-69 Career Records ........................................................... 69-70 Awards ...................................................................... 71-72 All-Time Letterwinners .............................................. 73-78


2017 Schedule/Quick Facts 2017 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY

DAY DATE OPPONENT Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun.

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Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Cary, N.C. Cary, N.C. Cary, N.C.

7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m

at Pacific at Pacific at Pacific at UC Davis at Sacramento State at Sacramento State at Sacramento State Delaware Delaware at Delaware at Delaware Bucknell West Virginia Columbia Columbia(DH) Columbia Binghamton Cornell at Michigan *

Stockton, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Davis, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich.

5:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

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at Michigan * at Michigan * at Pittsburgh Ohio State* Ohio State* Ohio State* Bucknell at Maryland * at Maryland * at Maryland * Pittsburgh Northwestern* Northwestern* Northwestern* Lafayette at Iowa * at Iowa * at Iowa *

Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa

2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 12:05p.m.

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Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota* at West Virginia at Indiana * at Indiana * at Indiana * Villanova Nebraska* Nebraska* Nebraska* Big Ten Tournament

University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Bloomington, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Bloomington, Ind.

6:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. TBD

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TCU TCU TCU vs. Xavier 1 vs. Xavier 1(DH) vs. Xavier 1

MARCH Sat. Sun. Mon. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Wed. Fri.

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* - Indicates Big Ten Opponent 1 - USA Baseball National Training Center All Times Eastern Time

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................... University Park, Pa. Founded ............................................................. 1855 Enrollment ...................................................... 46,848 Colors ............................................... Blue and White Conference ..................................................... Big Ten Nickname ............................................ Nittany Lions President ............................................... Eric J. Barron Director of Athletics ........................... Sandy Barbour TEAM INFORMATION 2016 Record ...................................................... 28-27 2016 Big Ten Record/Finish .................... 12-12/T-7th Postseason ......................................................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................... 22/10 Starters Returning/Lost ......................................... 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ......................................... 3/1 Newcomers ............................................................ 10 All-Time Record (Years) .......... 1,996-1,392-21 (128) All-Time Big Ten Record (Years) ........... 311-366 (25) NCAA Tournament Appearances ........................... 19 NCAA Tournament Record .............................. 25-24 NCAA Super Regional Appearances ......................... 1 College World Series Appearances ............................ 5 (1952, 1957, 1959, 1963, 1973) Best CWS Finish ................................. Second (1957) Last NCAA Tournament Appearance ................. 2000 COACHING STAFF Head Coach ........................................... Rob Cooper PSU Record (Years) ..................................... 64-89 (3) Career Record (Years) ............................ 350-319 (11) Assistant Coaches .............. Brian Anderson (Pitching) ...................................... Ross Oeder (Hitting/Infield) Volunteer Assistant Coach ..... Andre Butler (Outfield) STADIUM INFORMATION Home Stadium ............. Medlar Field at Lubrano Park First Season ........................................................ 2007 Capacity ............................................................ 5,406 Press Box Phone ................................ (814) 865-2552 MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Baseball Contact ............................. Mark Brumbaugh Office Phone ..................................... (814) 863-1377 Cell Phone ........................................ (814) 441-9145 Fax .................................................... (814) 863-3165 Email ............................................... mgb28@psu.edu Website ......................................... GoPSUsports.com Twitter ........................................... @PennStateBASE Instagram ....................................... @PennStateBASE Facebook Page .......... facebook.com/pennstatebaseball GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2017

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2017 Roster NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 38 41

Name Conlin Hughes Connor Klemann Joe Weisenseel Sal Biasi Nick Distasio Christian Helsel Austin Riggins Taylor Lehman Ryan Sloniger Nick Riotto Jordan Bowersox Logan Goodnight Eric Mock Alex Malinsky Tom Mullin Brett Davis Mason Nadeau Schuyler Bates Keith Leavitt Braxton Giavedoni Tim Scholly Jake Pilewicz Marko Boricich Tucker Triebold Willie Burger Cole Bartels Dakota Forsyth Justin Hagenman Myles Gayman Colin Macon Dante Biasi Blake Hodgens

Pos. IF IF IF RHP RHP IF/RHP OF LHP C OF OF IF RHP C RHP C OF RHP OF OF RHP RHP LHP RHP IF/C RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP LHP LHP

Coaches 16 35 3 1

Rob Cooper Brian Anderson Ross Oeder Andre Butler

Head Coach Assistant Coach, Pitching Coach Assistant Coach, Hitting Coach Volunteer Assistant Coach

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

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

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

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Sal Biasi Marko Boricich Nick Distasio Dakota Forsyth Justin Hagenman Connor Klemann Taylor Lehman Keith Leavitt Jake Pilewicz Nick Riotto Tim Scholly Ryan Sloniger

bee-AH-zee BORE-i-sich Di-STAH-zio for-SITHE hay-GHEN-mun KLEE-mun LAY-muhn LEV-it PILL-uh-witz REE-ah-toe SHAH-lee SLON-i-gur

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Wt. 180 185 160 190 195 201 170 225 190 187 170 195 195 186 205 180 170 210 190 190 190 215 195 220 200 185 185 193 180 220 195 180

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Hometown/High School/Last College Holly Springs, N.C./Holly Springs Royersford, Pa./Spring-Ford Strongsville, Ohio/St. Edward Hazle Township, Pa./Hazleton Oley, Pa./Oley Valley Altoona, Pa./Altoona/Mississippi Greer, S.C./Riverside Pittsburgh, Pa./Keystone Oaks Punxsutawney, Pa./Punxsutawney Area Washington, Pa./Trinity Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs Wheeling, W.Va./The Linsly School Shillington, Pa./Governor Mifflin Apex, N.C./Panther Creek Springfield, Pa./St. Joseph’s Prep Mira Costa/Manhattan Beach, Calif. Lansdale, Pa./North Penn Ossining, N.Y./Kennedy Catholic Manchester, Mass./St. John’s Prep Punxsutawney, Pa./Punxsutawney Area State College, Pa./State College Sewickley, Pa./Quaker Valley Chicago, Ill./Mount Carmel State College, Pa./State College Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic Belmont, Mass./Belmont Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park Voorhees, N.J./Bishop Eustace Greencastle, Pa./Greencastle-Antrim Freedom, Pa./Freedom Area Hazle Township, Pa./Hazleton Area Tampa, Fla./Gaither Fourth Season Fourth Season Fourth Season Second Season

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE/PROVINCES California -1 Florida - 2 Illinois - 1 Massachusetts - 2 New Jersey - 1 New York - 1 North Carolina - 2 Ohio - 1 Pennsylvania - 19 South Carolina - 1 West Virginia - 1

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION

Freshmen - 11

Infielders - 6

Sophomores - 8

Outfielders - 6

Juniors - 7

Pitchers - 18

Seniors - 6

Catchers - 4

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Cole Bartels RHP Schuyler Bates RHP Dante Biasi LHP Sal Biasi RHP Marko Boricich LHP Jordan Bowersox OF Willie Burger IF/C Brett Davis C Nick Distasio RHP Dakota Forsyth RHP Myles Gayman RHP Braxton Giavedoni OF Logan Goodnight IF Justin Hagenman RHP Christian Helsel IF/RHP Blake Hodgens LHP Conlin Hughes IF Connor Klemann IF Keith Leavitt OF Taylor Lehman LHP Colin Macon LHP Alex Malinsky C Eric Mock RHP Tom Mullin RHP Mason Nadeau OF Jake Pilewicz RHP Austin Riggins OF Nick Riotto OF Tim Scholly RHP Ryan Sloniger C Tucker Triebold RHP Joe Weisenseel IF


Head Coach Rob Cooper

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COOPER Fourth Year Miami (Fla.), 1994

Head Coach The 2017 baseball season will be Rob Cooper’s fourth as head coach of the Nittany Lion baseball program. Not shy about stating his ultimate goal of returning Penn State to Omaha in June, the Lions have made significant strides under his leadership. Penn State is not only coming off its best season with Cooper at the helm, but perhaps its most unique in program history, as Cooper, no stranger to international baseball, led the Nittany Lions on a historic trip to Cuba in November 2015. The rare, once-in-a-lifetime experience helped bring a young Penn State team together, and the Lions went on to earn their first winning record since 2012. The starting lineup included at least three freshmen in all but six games and five to six freshmen in

19 games, and took on nine eventual NCAA Tournament teams, including a three-game series at home against College World Series participant TCU. The Lions’ 28 wins were a 10-win improvement over the previous season, and its 12 Big Ten wins doubled the 2015 total and was one more than the previous two seasons combined. The season ended with a 12-inning, walk-off victory, giving Cooper 350 wins for his head coaching career. Returning players continued to improve under Cooper’s guidance to lead the youthful squad, and junior third baseman Jim Haley and senior closer Jack Anderson earned the ultimate honor of being drafted by Major League teams. Haley played all three seasons at Penn State under Cooper, while Anderson dramatically improved over his final three seasons to become Penn State’s all-time leader in appearances and saves. Haley and Anderson became the eighth and ninth players, respectively, of Cooper’s 12-year head coaching career to be drafted by Major League teams. During a successful nineyear stint as the head coach at Wright State, seven of the players he coached were drafted, including eventual Major Leaguer Joe Smith, and 12 more signed professional free agent contracts. Haley and Anderson were the first drafted out of Penn State since 2012, and Anderson and senior outfielder Greg Guers became the program’s first All-Big Ten picks also since 2012. Infielder Willie Burger and pitcher Justin Hagenman drew All-Big Ten Freshman recognition, while Hagenman also became Penn State’s first Louisville Slugger All-American since 1997.

CAREER FILE Year School/Organization Position Overall Conf./Finish NCAA Notables 1990 Los Angeles Dodgers Associate Baseball Scout -- -- With the Major League Team 1991 Los Angeles Dodgers Associate Baseball Scout -- -- With the Major League Team 1992 Los Angeles Dodgers Associate Baseball Scout -- -- With the Major League Team 1993 University of Miami Assistant Coach 36-22 -- Regionals 1994 University of Miami Assistant Coach 49-14 -- College World Series 1995 University of Miami Assistant Coach 48-17 -- College World Series 1996 Wake Forest University Assistant Coach 26-32 7-16 1997 Tulane University Assistant Coach 40-21 19-7/1st C-USA Regular Season Champions 1998 Tulane University Assistant Coach 48-15 22-5/1st Regionals C-USA Champions 1999 Sacramento City College Assistant Coach 42-7-1 League and State Champions 2000 Sacramento City College Assistant Coach 37-8-1 League Champions 2001 Sacramento City College Assistant Coach 35-8 League Champions 2002 Sacramento City College Assistant Coach 38-13 League Champions 2003 Sacramento City College Assistant Coach 30-17 League Champions 2004 Oral Roberts Assistant Coach 50-11 21-1/1st Regionals Program record for wins in a season 2005 Wright State Head Coach 26-33 11-9/4th 2006 Wright State Head Coach 32-27 17-13/3rd Regionals Horizon League Tourney Champions 2007 Wright State Head Coach 36-22 21-9/2nd Horizon League Tournament Runner-Up 2008 Wright State Head Coach 30-23 16-6/2nd 2009 Wright State Head Coach 33-30 14-12/3rd Regionals Horizon League Regular Season Champs 2010 Wright State Head Coach 31-25 17-6/1st Horizon League Tournament Runner-Up 2011 Wright State Head Coach 36-19 16-7/T-1st Regionals Horizon League Tourney and Season Champs 2012 Wright State Head Coach 37-21 20-10/2nd 2013 Wright State Head Coach 25-30 9-12/4th Runner-Up in Horizon League Tourney 2014 Penn State Head Coach 18-32 5-18/11th 2015 Penn State Head Coach 18-30 6-16/12th 2016 Penn State Head Coach 28-27 12-12/T-7th Most wins at Penn State since 2012 12-Year Assistant Coaching Totals 319-174 (.647) 126-94 (.573) Five Appearances Eight League Championships 13-Year Head Coaching Totals 350-319 (.523) 164-130 (.558) Three Appearances Four League Championships GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2017

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Head Coach Rob Cooper COACHING TIMELINE Spring 1994 & 1995: Cooper's first coaching job is as an assistant at the University of Miami, starting with the 1993 season. That Hurricanes team reached the NCAA Regionals before making back-to-back trips to the College World Series the next two seasons. May 17, 1998: Following a regular season Conference USA Championship in his first year on staff the previous season, Cooper helps guide Tulane to a Conference USA Tournament Championship and NCAA Regional berth. 1999-2003: Sacramento City College wins league championships in all five years Cooper serves as an assistant coach. Spring 2004: Oral Roberts sets a program record for wins in a season with Cooper on staff as an assistant coach. July 14, 2004: Wright State announces Cooper as the program’s fourth head coach. May 28, 2006: Cooper’s Raiders defeat Butler in the Horizon League Championship game to earn a trip to the NCAA Regionals for the first time since 1994. April 15, 2008: Cooper wins his 100th career game in a 5-1 victory over Xavier. May 24, 2009: Wright State defeats UIC in the Horizon League Tournament Championship game 6-2 to punch an NCAA Regional ticket to Fort Worth, Texas. May 25, 2010: Cooper is selected as the Horizon League Coach of the Year after leading the Raiders to their first regular season championship since 1997. March 26, 2011: Cooper records career win number 200 with an 8-2 victory over Youngstown State. Spring 2011: The Raiders win their second-straight Horizon League regular-season title with a 16-7 record, claim the league tournament crown by winning three straight games and advance to the NCAA Regionals in College Station, Texas. August 9, 2013: Cooper accepts Penn State’s offer to become the 14th head coach in program history. September 8, 2013: The 18U U.S. National Team led by Cooper wins the 2013 IBAF ‘AAA’/18U World Cup in Taichung, Taiwan with a 3-2 victory over Japan in the championship game. October 29, 2013: Cooper is honored by USA Baseball as the Rod Dedeaux USA Baseball Coach of the Year. November 21-29, 2015: Penn State tours Cuba and posts a 1-3 record against teams from Cuba’s top league, the National Series, becoming the first U.S. team to play multiple teams from the league and the first to earn a victory. May 20, 2016: Cooper clinches his 350th career head coaching win when Penn State earns a 12-inning, walk-off win over Iowa in the season finale to clinch its first winning season since 2012.

Although Cooper has proven himself to be a great head coach on the field, his strong belief in the first part of the term “studentathlete” is perhaps the top reason he has proven to be an excellent fit at Penn State. Even with state-of-the-art facilities, the chance to take on elite competition and a program history that includes five trips to the College World Series, Cooper cites the value of a Penn State degree as one of the top reasons to join his program. The last message to the team before departing the bus upon return from a road trip – no matter the hour – is often a stern reminder to be in class on time and take care of school work. The trip to Cuba prior to the 2016 season is perhaps the best example of his commitment to developing truly educated men. The extensive planning for the trip began well before U.S. policy regarding travel to Cuba loosened, and playing baseball was a secondary aspect. Nonetheless, Penn State became the first NCAA Division I team to compete against a Cuban National Series team, the first U.S. team at any level to defeat a Cuban National Series team, the first U.S. baseball team to play in Cuba since restoration of diplomatic ties with Cuba, the second NCAA team to play in Cuba since restoration of diplomatic ties (Coastal Carolina men’s basketball, August 2015) and the fifth NCAA Division I baseball team to compete in post-revolutionary Cuba. The harmony between academics and athletics was on full display, as multiple professors and a group of journalism students also joined the travel party. 6

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In three years at Penn State, 30 of Cooper’s student-athletes have earned Academic All-Big Ten honors, including Jack Anderson, who this past season became the first Nittany Lion in six years to be named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team. As a military history buff, Cooper’s speeches to the team often include historical references. He even arranged to have the team visit the headquarters of the Navy SEAL Team VI headquarters and speak with a pair of Navy SEALs – one a Penn State alum – during a travel day on the team’s 2015 spring break trip. Cooper was selected as the 14th head baseball coach in Penn State history on August 9, 2013. He brought an accomplished resume that included three NCAA tournament appearances as a head coach at Wright State and five more at various stops as an assistant coach, including two trips to the College World Series with Miami (Florida). Cooper was twice named the Horizon League Coach of the Year and guided Wright State to three league tournament championships and two regular season championships after the team suffered six losing seasons in the seven years before his arrival. With Cooper seeking to complete yet another program turnaround, the Lions started making gains during his second season in Happy Valley in 2015. Penn State totaled 18 wins against a schedule ranking in the bottom third nationally during his inaugural campaign in 2014, but rose to the challenge the


Head Coach Rob Cooper following season, matching the previous season’s 18 wins despite playing a schedule that ranked in the upper third in difficulty and involved 10 games against top-25 opponents. The Nittany Lions rallied from a 7-0 deficit against No. 21 Indiana for their first win over a ranked opponent in three seasons and gave eighth-ranked Illinois its biggest scare during its record winning streak, battling for 15 innings. Penn State ultimately won one more conference game than the year before, despite the Big Ten enjoying arguably its most competitive season to date with a league-record five teams earning NCAA Tournament bids. A major part of Cooper’s scheduling philosophy involves getting the Lions in “NCAA Regional environments” to prepare them for success beyond Memorial Day. The Lions have certainly done that the past two seasons, travelling to traditional powers Texas A&M and South Carolina (twice), while hosting TCU. ACC and Big 12 schools have also dotted the Lions’ slate, as the Big Ten as a whole has staked its ground as one of the premier baseball conferences in the country despite notions that Northern schools cannot be successful. Shortly after Cooper accepted the Penn State head coaching position in 2014, the California native traveled to Taichung, Taiwan to serve as the head coach of USA Baseball’s U18 National Team at the IBAF U18 World Cup. Cooper steered Team USA to an 8-1 record in World Cup play, including seven consecutive victories to win the gold medal. Not long after the triumph in Taiwan, Cooper received one of the highest honors bestowed in the profession, as he was announced as the Rod Dedeaux USA Baseball Coach of the Year. With the honor, Cooper became just the 16th individual in the award’s history to receive the accolade, joining the likes of Scott Brosius, Davey Johnson and Tommy Lasorda. Cooper was also a member of the coaching staff for the 2007 and 2009 USA College National teams. The 2007 team earned a silver medal at the Pan Am Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Fourteen of the 20 players on the 2007 team reached the Major Leagues, including 2013 All-Star Pedro Alvarez. Fourteen of the 22 members of the 2009 team have also reached the Major Leagues, including 2015 All-Stars Gerrit Cole and Yasmani Grandall. Cooper methodically built Wright State into a perennial contender in the Horizon League with seven 30-win seasons, two Horizon League regular-season titles, three Horizon League Tournament crowns and six Horizon League Championship game appearances. In nine seasons starting in 2005, Cooper accumulated a 286-230 record, including a pair of wins over No. 1-ranked opponents Virginia (3/5/10) and Georgia (3/24/09). He was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year in 2010 and 2011. Cooper saw 47 players earn all-conference accolades and 18 garner all-newcomer honors. He also produced five Horizon League Players of the Year, one Pitcher of the Year, three Relief Pitchers of the Year and two Newcomers of the Year. The 2011 season saw Cooper record his 200th coaching victory and earn the Horizon League Coach of the Year award for the second consecutive year. The Raiders won their second-straight Horizon League regular season title with a 16-7 record, claimed the league tournament crown by winning three-straight games and advanced to the NCAA Regionals in College Station, Texas. In 2010, the Raiders

won the Horizon League regular-season title with a mark of 176, the first regular-season conference crown for the program since the 1997 squad won the Midwestern Collegiate Conference title. The 2009 Wright State Raiders compiled a 33-30 overall record and returned to the NCAA Tournament following a Horizon League Tournament championship. At season’s end in 2008, Cooper watched as a school and Horizon League-record three players were drafted during the 2008 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. In 2007, Wright State enjoyed one of the most prolific offensive seasons in school history as it broke three career records and 11 single-season school records. Ross Oeder, now a Penn State assistant coach on Cooper’s staff, was named the Horizon League Player of the Year and garnered second-team All-America Honors. The 2006 edition of the Raiders set six school records and posted the most season wins in five years. Cooper’s squad defeated nationally-ranked TCU on the road, topped national-powerhouse Notre Dame in South Bend and was on the brink of an upset against eventual National Champion Oregon State in the NCAA Corvallis Regional. Before arriving at Wright State, Cooper served as the hitting coach, recruiting coordinator and bench coach at Oral Roberts University. A perennial power of the Mid-Continent Conference (now Summit League), ORU advanced to the finals of the NCAA Austin Regional in 2004, beating TCU twice before falling to Texas, 7-3 and 7-5. The Golden Eagles finished with an overall mark of 50-11 in 2004 and had five players selected in the Major League Baseball draft, two honored as All-Americans by the ABCA and three named All-Americans by the College Baseball Insiders website. Cooper began his coaching career at national power Miami, spending two seasons (1994-95) as a student/graduate assistant on the Hurricanes’ staff. While at Miami, Cooper helped the Hurricanes to College World Series berths in 1994 and 1995. Cooper spent the 1996 season as an assistant and team academic coordinator at Wake Forest, then moved on to Tulane for the next two seasons, serving as the Green Wave’s hitting coach. In 1997, the Green Wave won the Conference USA regular-season crown, and in 1998, they advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Cooper left Tulane following the 1998 season and returned to Sacramento City College, where he starred in the early 1990s before lettering at Miami in 1993. Along with his college coaching experience, Cooper also was an associate scout for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1990-92 and has been selected to four coaching stints with USA Baseball in 2000, 2007, 2009 and 2013. Cooper earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Miami in 1994 and a master’s in sports sciences/administration from Miami in 1996. He is married to his wife, Maureen, and has two sons, Jake and Tyson.

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Assistant Coach Brian Anderson

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Assistant Coach Entering his fourth season on the Penn State baseball staff, Brian Anderson primarily coaches the Nittany Lion pitchers and catchers and serves as the recruiting coordinator. His pitching staff’s success last season led the Lions’ to a 10-win improvement from the year before and its first winning season since 2012. Anderson joined Penn State in August 2013 after playing a key role in engineering the revitalization of the Radford University baseball program over the previous six years as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. One of his biggest successes was the recruitment and development of Eddie Butler, who made his Major League debut in 2014 after getting drafted in the first round in 2012. The Chesapeake, Virginia, native is now looking to send Nittany Lion pitchers to the pros. Jack Anderson (no relation), who was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 23rd round of the 2016 MLB Draft, became the first Lion pitcher to be drafted since 2012 after improving dramatically during his three seasons under Brian Anderson’s tutelage. The submarine-style closer posted a 9.20 ERA in 14 games as a freshman before Anderson’s arrival, but graduated from Penn State as the school’s all-time leader in saves and appearances. Jack Anderson also claimed the school’s single-season saves record and tied for the saves lead in the Big Ten as a senior, and posted a 2.14 ERA after ranking among the nation’s leaders throughout much of the season. He was on multiple watch lists for postseason awards and was named All-Big Ten and ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division I Mideast All-Region. Jack Anderson was not the only Nittany Lion hurler to see success in 2016, as the staff collectively shaved 1.25 runs off of its ERA from the previous season and recorded three combined shutouts for its most since 2011. The success under Brian’s guidance came despite starting the season with only one pitcher with previous experience as a collegiate starter in its three-man rotation. However, sophomore Sal Biasi excelled in his conversion from reliever to starter, leading the team in strikeouts, and freshman Justin Hagenman became the first Nittany Lion to win six games in a season since 2011, earning a place on the Big Ten All-Freshman team and the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America team. Senior Nick Hedge returned to the rotation late in the season and ultimately led the team in ERA at 2.44, more than halving his 2015 total. Set-up man Dakota Forsyth also more than halved his ERA, dropping it to 2.28 in 43 1/3 innings pitched. Anderson worked with a very youthful staff in 2015, as nearly half of the team’s innings pitched in 2015 were thrown by first8

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year pitchers. Veteran returners also continued to develop under Anderson’s guidance, as five of the seven lowered their ERA from 2014 to 2015, despite the Lions playing a significantly more difficult schedule that included 10 games against ranked opponents and five opponents that advanced to the NCAA tournament. Jack Anderson went from having an ERA above five in 2014 to leading the team in 2015 with a 2.98 ERA and five saves, also appearing in a team-high 60 percent of the team’s contests. At Radford, Anderson helped the Highlanders land major contributors to the success of the program. Under his tutelage, 12 recruits earned all-conference honors, 10 recruits ranked in Radford career top-10 statistical categories, and the 2012 senior class posted the most wins in a four-year stretch in program history with 115. Eddie Butler arrived at Radford as a 35th-round MLB Draft selection in 2009 and left three seasons later as the first player in Big South conference history to be drafted in the first round (46th overall). Butler earned Big South Pitcher of the Year honors in 2012, a first for a Radford pitcher, and made his Major League debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2014. Along with Butler, Eric Evans and Mark Peterson continued their post-Radford careers to professional baseball. Evans went from the most single-season losses in program history to a 23rd round selection of the Rangers in 2008, while Peterson was a free agent signee of the Royals in 2012. In addition to pro success, Anderson’s pitchers set Radford program records. Butler matched a school wins record in 2011 and set the program’s ERA record in 2012. At the back end of games, Abram Williams became the school’s all-time career and season saves leader. Anderson spent the two years prior to arriving at Radford as a volunteer assistant at the University of Virginia. He worked directly with the Cavalier catchers and assisted with the day-to-day development of the hitters. During his time in Charlottesville, the Cavaliers finished 19th in the nation in batting average (.322), while setting school records in hits, RBIs and total bases. Before moving to Virginia, Anderson served as an assistant coach at Marist College. He helped lead the Red Foxes to the 2005 MAAC title and a berth in the 2005 Baton Rouge NCAA Regional. Anderson got his coaching start at his alma mater, spending one year as a volunteer assistant at George Mason, coaching catchers and assisting in hitting instruction. He also was the first base coach for the Patriots. A standout catcher at Mason, Anderson was a four-year starter that ranks in the Patriots’ all-time top 10 in eight statistical categories. Following graduation, Anderson inked a free-agent deal with the Expos organization, and played the 2002 season with the Vermont Expos of the New York-Penn League. Anderson earned a degree in communications from George Mason in 2002. He is married to the former Colleen Boles and they have a daughter, Libby.


Assistant Coach Ross Oeder

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Fourth Year Wright State, 2008

Assistant Coach Ross Oeder enters his fourth season on staff at Penn State and his 11th total with head coach Rob Cooper after both playing for him (three seasons) and serving as an assistant coach for him (four seasons) at Wright State. Oeder’s primary responsibilities with the Nittany Lions involve working with the hitters and infielders. Continual improvement has been the trend at the plate for the Nittany Lions under Oeder. Not coincidentally, Penn State won 10 more games in 2016 than the year before and enjoyed its first winning season since 2012. Oeder’s impact on the program is perhaps best illustrated with the 2016 MLB Draft selection of Jim Haley in the 19th round by the Tampa Bay Rays. The first Nittany Lion to be drafted since 2012, Haley played all three seasons under Oeder and improved each year, setting career highs with a .315 batting average, 45 runs, 69 hits, 12 doubles, 27 RBIs and 18 walks in his final season before going pro. Additionally last season, Greg Guers became the first Lion hitter to be named to the All-Big Ten team since 2012 after he set career highs in multiple statistical categories. His 20 stolen bases ranked fourth in the league, and he was particularly strong in Big Ten play, ranking sixth overall and second amongst outfielders with a .354 batting average. He earned Big Ten Player of the Week and NCBWA National Hitter of the Week honors in mid-April after going 13-for17 (.765) with eight RBIs, a home run, two doubles and five stolen bases during a four-game stretch. Haley and Guers were two of four Nittany Lions to bat over .300 in 2016, a feat not accomplished since 2010, the last year before the BBCOR bat rules restricted collegiate bats. Tyler Kendall and Nick Riotto, both platoon players in 2015, were the other two, as they became successful everyday starters. Kendall led the team batting .320, while Riotto led with a .405 on-base percentage. Oeder was tasked with getting freshmen up to speed quickly in 2016, as four lineup spots were primarily occupied with rookies, in addition to All-Big Ten Freshman selection Willie Burger. Burger was a unanimous selection to the all-freshman team at first base despite being limited to 39 games due to injury. Burger was second on the team with 34 RBIs and led Penn State with 10 multiple RBI games. He was named the Big Ten Player of the Week once – a first for a Penn Stater since 2012 - and the Big Ten Freshman of the Week twice. Oeder worked with an experienced group in 2015 and saw dramatic improvement at the plate from the previous two seasons despite a significantly more difficult schedule. BBCOR bat era (2011-present) highs for Penn State in 2015

included batting average, runs per game and hits per game, while the team’s home run total was more than the previous two seasons combined. The 220 percent increase in homers from the 2014 season dramatically outpaced the national average of 44 percent credited to lowered seams on the game ball. In total, the Lions slugged 44 more extra base hits and scored 64 more runs year-overyear despite playing two less games. The team’s 67 stolen bases were the most since 2005, while doubles per game and RBIs per game figures ranked as the highest for the squad in four seasons. The Lions also saw defensive improvements, as led by Oeder’s infield, the Lions turned the fourth-most double plays per game in the nation. The team also posted its best fielding percentage since 2012. Prior to arriving at Penn State, Oeder spent four seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater after spending two seasons playing professionally in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. The infielder was an All-American standout at WSU, along with being named the first Horizon League Player of the Year in school history during the 2007, and held a career on-base percentage of .300 during his two seasons in the minor leagues. Upon joining the staff, Oeder and the Raiders continued to see success on the field with the team advancing to the 2011 NCAA Tournament and winning the regular-season Horizon League titles in 2010 and 2011. Oeder instructed the 2011 Horizon Player of the Year and three 2011 first-team All-Horizon League players. One of the most decorated players in Wright State history, Oeder was drafted in the 28th round by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2008 MLB First Year Player Draft and spent his first season with the Batavia Muckdogs of the New York-Penn League. That season, he collected 40 hits, drove in eight runs and scored 18 times in 48 games played. The next season, while playing with the Class A Quad City River Bandits, Oeder played in 32 games with 20 hits, 12 runs scored and five home runs. That season he walked eight times, drove in 15 RBIs, while smacking two home runs in a game on July 17. While at Wright State, Oeder became the first WSU player since 1993 to earn All-America honors and was the first Raider to earn the Horizon League Player of the Year Award during his senior season. The Sandusky, Ohio, native was a second-team All-American selection in 2007, to go along with first-team All-Horizon League honors. Oeder is one of only five players in Wright State history to end a season with a batting average of .400, clipping a .408 during his senior year. He is among the career leaders in batting average, on-base percentage, games played, games started, runs scored, hits, doubles, total bases and hit-by-pitch. He sits atop the hitby-pitch list and owned a .446 on-base percentage in 219 games played during his career. He was a second team All-Horizon League selection as a rookie, garnered Horizon League Tournament MVP honors while leading the Green and Gold to the 2006 Horizon League Tournament Championship and was selected to the first team All-Horizon League squad after leading the league in five offensive categories. Oeder earned his bachelors of arts in organizational leadership from Wright State in 2008 and a masters in leadership development in 2012. He is married to his wife, Christa Oeder and has a son, Calvin. GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2017

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Assistant Coach/Athletic Trainer

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BRADFORD

Second Year Eastern University (Pa.), 2012

First Year Auburn, 2002

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Strength & Conditioning

Andre Butler enters his second season with the Penn State baseball coaching staff as a volunteer assistant. Butler helps with the team’s hitters and works with the outfielders. The Philadelphia-area native’s first season at Penn State was one of the program’s best in recent history, as the Nittany Lions earned their first winning record since 2012 and doubled their Big Ten win total from the previous season. They were led in part by an outfielder under Butler’s tutelage, senior Greg Guers, who was named to the All-Big Ten second team. Guers became the first Nittany Lion hitter since 2012 to earn the honor. In addition to setting career highs in multiple statistical categories, he was particularly strong in Big Ten play, ranking sixth overall and second amongst outfielders with a .354 batting average. He earned Big Ten Player of the Week and NCBWA National Hitter of the Week honors in mid-April after going 13-for-17 (.765) with eight RBIs, a home run, two doubles and five stolen bases during a four-game stretch. Butler spent the 2015 season as an assistant coach at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, where he worked with the hitters, outfielders, and base runners. DeSales baserunners stole 115 bases in 2015 en route to a 19-2 conference record. For the 2013 and 2014 seasons, Butler served as an assistant at the University of Pennsylvania, where he worked primarily with the outfielders. Butler helped the Quakers to a 15-5 Ivy League record in 2014, which was their best Ivy League record since 2003. Prior to his stint at Penn, Butler spent one season as an assistant coach at Swarthmore College. Butler graduated from Eastern University (St. Davids, Pa.) in 2012 with a degree in secondary education, where he was also a four-year starter on the baseball team. He finished his career with a .310 batting average is ranked second all-time in school history with 109 runs scored and fourth all-time with 143 hits. He also finished with a career on base percentage of .416. Butler finished his senior season with 51 hits in 40 games. Butler has been active in the Philadelphia-area community. He started his own tee ball league in West Philadelphia called the “Jackie Robinson West Philly League” for boys and girls ages eight and under. The league is affiliated with the Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy and its purpose is to promote baseball in the inner city.

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Jason Bradford joined Penn State in the summer of 2016 after spending the previous nine years at Wright State University as the Director of Sports Performance. In addition to working with baseball, Bradford works with the women’s gymnastics and men’s golf teams. At Wright State, Bradford was responsible for designing and implementing the strength and conditioning programs for all 14 varsity teams and assisting the athletic training staff with rehabilitation of injuries. Bradford previously spent two years as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies. He also boasts experience with Velocity Sports Performance Center in Baltimore as well as several internships with Auburn athletics. He received both his bachelor of science in education in 2002, and his masters of education in exercise physiology in 2004, from Auburn. Bradford currently resides in Port Matilda with his wife, Diana, and their children, Aidan and Wynn.

Sarah

HURDISH First Year Purdue, 2015

Athletic Trainer Sarah Hurdish is in her first season as the athletic trainer for Penn State baseball. At the beginning of the year, she also worked with the Nittany Lions women's soccer team. Hurdish attended Purdue University as an undergraduate and gained athletic training experience working with football, baseball and women’s soccer. After graduation, she also interned for one year with the Cleveland State women's soccer team. Hurdish graduated from Purdue with a bachelors of science in Athletic Training in 2015. She is currently working on her masters in Educational Leadership. Hurdish is a native of Valparaiso, Indiana.


Strength Coach/Psychologist

David

Jack

UC San Diego, 1976

Second Year Carlisle H.S.

Psychologist

Student Manager

YUKELSON

In his 29th year as Director of Sport Psychology Services for Penn State Athletics and the Morgan Center, Dr. David Yukelson is responsible for coordinating the delivery of Sport Psychology Services for all 31 athletic teams at Penn State University. A mental training specialist interested in talent development and the psychology of personal excellence, Dr. Yukelson provides counseling and support to coaches and student-athletes in the areas of: motivation and goal setting, commitment and belief, visualization and performance planning, mental skills training for managing peak performance under pressure, and individualized strategies for improving concentration, confidence, consistency, and composure. Dr. Yukelson also offers support and assistance to those individuals having difficulty handling multiple demands and stress effectively, navigating interpersonal relationships successfully, making the transition from high school to college smoothly, and/or coping with the trials and tribulations of being injured. In addition to individual counseling, he works with coaches and teams in the areas of group cohesion, leadership, communication, and synergistic team functioning. Internationally renowned for his work in the field of Sport Psychology, Dr. Yukelson is Past-President and a Fellow in the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). He has published numerous articles in professional refereed journals, has had several papers presented at various national and international conferences. In terms of consulting, Dr. Yukelson serves on the advisory board for USA Football, is a member of both the USOC Sport Psychology Registry and USA Track and Field Sport Psychology Registry, and has traveled internationally with various USA Track and Field Teams. Dr. Yukelson obtained a B.A. degree in 1976 from the University of California at San Diego (Social Psychology); M.S. degree in 1979 from Florida State University (Movement Science with specialization in Motor Learning and Sport Psychology), and a Ph.D. in 1982 from the University of North Texas (Higher Education with specialization in Sport Psychology). A native of Los Angeles, California, Dave and his wife Marla have been married 42 years, and have three children: Adam, Joshua, and Drew

DAVENPORT

Jack Davenport begins his second year as a student manager for the baseball program and first as the head manager. His duties include assisting the coaches during practices and other day-to-day operations duties. A native of Carlisle, Pa., Davenport graduated in 2015 from Carlisle High School, where he was a four-year varsity baseball player. He received Mid-Penn Academic Scholar honors and also played AAU baseball. Davenport is the son of Scott and Kathy Davenport. Davenport is currently a sophomore at Penn State and is a political science major.

STUDENT MANAGERS

MATT BELLANTONI

SAM LIGEROS

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Dakota

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FORSYTH

Bethel Park, Pa. Bethel Park Supply Chain & Information Systems

Sr. • RHP • R/R ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015-16) 2016 (JUNIOR) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Led team with two appearances in combined shutouts … Career-high 43 1/3 innings pitched ranked fifth on the team and second amongst relievers ... Made 20 appearances, all in relief, to rank second on the team in the category … Posted a 2.28 ERA and 2-3 record – both career bests ... Did not allow an earned run in nine consecutive appearances from 3/18 (Niagara) to 4/15 (Northwestern). Monmouth (2/19): Made season debut with three scoreless innings and a strikeout. At UNCW (3/6) & vs. Princeton (3/12): Combined to throw 8 2/3 innings in consecutive appearances, tossing four innings at UNCW and 4 2/3 against Princeton … Yielded a combined three runs and struck out a season-high four in each game. Niagara (3/18): Threw 1 2/3 scoreless innings with two strikeouts. West Virginia (3/22): Pitched 2 1/3 innings and punched out one to earn his first win of the season. Youngstown State (3/29): Pitched the final four innings and only yielded two hits and a walk while striking out two to earn his first and only save of the season. Purdue (4/1-2 G1): Appeared in back-to-back games yielding just two walks in 2 1/3 innings pitched. Pittsburgh (4/5): Pitched two scoreless innings, fanning three with no walks in a combined shutout victory. Bucknell (4/13) & at Northwestern (4/15): Extended scoreless appearance streak to nine games, combining to throw 2 2/3 innings and strikeout four. Maryland (4/30): Threw two scoreless innings to keep a 2-0 shutout victory intact. Pittsburgh (5/11): Pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings to pick up his second win of the season. Iowa (5/20): Struck out one and allowed one hit in one inning pitched in final appearance of the season. 2015 CUBA TRIP One of two pitchers to make two appearances in relief during the four-game Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament … Led team with 2 1/3 innings of relief … Allowed a run on two hits and struck out one in one inning of work against Ciego de Ávila, the defending champions of the Cuban National Series … Pitched 1 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, striking out one and allowing just a hit, in series finale at Matanzas.

FORSYTH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 2014 4.14 2-3 17 2 0 0/1 1 41.1 36 23 19 2015 4.97 1-2 16 3 0 0/0 0 41.2 46 24 23 2016 2.28 2-3 20 0 0 0/2 1 43.1 27 15 11 TOTAL 3.78 5-8 53 5 0 0/3 2 126.1 109 62 53

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2015 (SOPHOMORE) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Made 16 appearances to rank fifth on the team in the category, including three starts late in the season … Posted a 4.97 ERA and 1-2 record … Pitched career-high 41 2/3 innings to rank fourth on the team. At Elon (2/13): Made debut in season opener, pitching 3 1/3 innings with three strikeouts. At No. 23 Texas A&M (2/20, 2/22): Pitched an inning in series opener and retired lone batter faced in the finale. At Pitt (3/17), Central Connecticut State (3/29) & Kent State (4/1): Held three opponents scoreless in consecutive outings pitching a combined 6 1/3 innings … Struck out three and allowed just one hit in 3 1/3 innings against Kent State. Michigan (4/11): Held Wolverines in 1 1/3 inning outing. At West Virginia (4/14): Made first start of season … Allowed just one run three hits and two walks with two strikeouts over four innings. At Kent State (4/21): Threw a season-high five innings of relief to earn win, striking out three and allowing one run on one hit and two walks. Rutgers (5/3): Struck out a career-high four in second start of the season … Allowed two runs in 5 1/3 innings. At Michigan State (5/10): Pitched a career-high 6 2/3 innings in start. 2014 (FRESHMAN) Season: Made 17 appearances, including two starts ... Compiled a 4.14 ERA, thirdbest on the team of players with five or more appearances ... Third on the team with 17 appearances ... Pitched 41.1 innings. At USF (2/22): Made his Penn State debut, not allowing a run, striking out one and giving up just one hit in one inning. At Fresno State (3/12): Made his first career start. NYIT (3/19): Struck out two in three innings. Northwestern (3/29): Threw a career-high 5 2/3 innings of relief, giving up just two hits and securing the win. At Purdue (4/5): Threw four innings in the first game of a doubleheader, earning his second win of the season. West Virginia (4/8) & at Ohio State (4/13): Struck out four batters in a combined five innings pitched in back-to-back games. Illinois (4/20): Filled in with five innings of relief, giving up just two earned runs. No. 19 Indiana (5/11): Fanned two hitters and didn’t allow a run in 1.2 innings. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Bethel Park under the tutelage of head coach Tony Fisher ... Named second-team All-State for his senior season ... Earned first-team All-District AAAA Section 5 honors during senior season ... Finished his senior season with 22 hits and a .378 batting average, while driving in and scoring 18 runs each ... Played summer ball with the Richmond Braves National. PERSONAL Full name is Dakota James Forsyth ... Born on May 13, 1994 in Bethel Park, Pa. ... Parents are James and Lisa Forsyth ... Has two sisters, Kylie and Tiera, and one brother, Zachary ... Kylie graduated from Penn State in 2012 ... Majoring in supply chain and information systems.

BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 11 14 5 2 1 149 .242 1 4 0 6 2 12 23 3 2 5 178 .289 0 2 1 2 3 27 28 4 0 3 187 .180 3 5 0 2 3 50 65 12 4 9 537 .238 4 11 1 10 8


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Christian

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HELSEL

Altoona, Pa. Altoona Nutritional Sciences

Sr. • IF/RHP • R/R So. • C • R/R 2016 (JUNIOR) Season: Started 26 of 42 games at every infield position except shortstop … Frequently used as a late-inning defensive replacement at second base … Posted a .330 on base percentage … Made three one-inning pitching appearances with no runs allowed, two hits, a walk and three strikeouts. Vs. Army (2/20 G2): Made pitching debut, pitching one inning of a combined shutout, striking out one and allowing one hit. At No. 15 South Carolina (2/26-27): Walked twice, stole a base and singled in a run over two starts. At UNCW (3/5-7): Started and reached base in all three games … Went 1-for-2 with a walk and two stolen bases in second game … Walked twice and scored a crucial run in 5-4 win in series finale. Niagara (3/19): Reached base four times, scoring on three occasions, by going 1-for-3 with a walk and two hit by pitches. Purdue (4/1-2): Started at second base and had hits in all three games, going 6-for-10 with three RBIs, a triple and three doubles … Doubled and scored a run in series opener … Went 5-for-8 with a walk and three RBIs in doubleheader to close series … Tallied a triple in the first game and two doubles and a run in the second game. At Kent State (4/20): Hit 3-for-5 with an RBI. At Pittsburgh (5/11): Went 2-for-3 with a walk, double and two runs scored in comefrom-behind win. Summer: Batted .247 in 69 games in the Northwoods League with five home runs, 36 RBIs and 12 stolen bases. 2015 CUBA TRIP Started three of four games … Scored a team-high three runs and was the lone Nittany Lion to homer during the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament … One of five Nittany Lions to have a multi-hit game … Was the U.S. flag bearer for the first game of the tournament and played in and started the final three games … Went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team … Home run was the first by an American against a Cuban National Series team.

2015 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Started 36 of 38 games played at three different infield positions and designated hitter … Despite missed time due to injury, led team with 21 walks … Ranked second with a .376 on-base percentage … Batted .258 with first career home run and 12 RBIs. At Elon (2/13-15): Went 2-for-5 with a double and RBI in season opener … Finished series going 3-for-9 with four walks. At No. 23 Texas A&M: Went 3-for-4 with a double. At Liberty (3/14-15): Went 4-for-6 in two-game series … Doubled, walked, hit a sacrifice fly and scored a run in opener … Went 3-for-4 with a run scored in finale. No. 21 Indiana (3/22): Combined to go 4-for-8 with four RBIs, two runs, two walks and a stolen base in doubleheader … Went 3-for4 with two RBIs, a walk and a run to contribute to Penn State’s first victory over a nationally-ranked team since 2012. Central Connecticut State (3/29): Matched season-high of three hits for the fourth time, going 3-for-5 with two RBIs and a run. At Ohio State (4/4-6): Went 4-for-11 in three-game series, hitting all doubles … Tallied RBI in second game going 2-for-3 with a run. Michigan (4/12): Went 2-for-4 with a double, RBI, run and stolen base. At Michigan State (5/8-10) & at Purdue (5/14): Had hits in each of final four games … Hit first career home run in opener at Michigan State. PRIOR TO PENN STATE Spent freshman season in 2013 at Ole Miss ... Played in 39 games and started in 23 for the Rebels, primarily at second base ... Tallied 15 hits, including three doubles ... Got experience playing in the SEC Tournament, as well as an NCAA Regional game. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years at Altoona Area High School under head coach Tom Smith ... Named a team captain as a junior and senior ... Helped lead Altoona to a seventh district championship and the program’s first semifinal appearance in the Class 4A State Tournament in 2012 ... Four-time selection to the Altoona Mirror’s first team ... Hit .409 with four home runs for his career ... Posted a 15-5 record with a 2.80 ERA and 111 strikeouts through 94.0 career innings pitched ... Named a 2012 All-State second team selection ... Hit .415 with two home runs, 17 RBIs and 27 runs scored as a senior ... Also posted a 1.89 ERA as a senior ... Played summer ball with the Wise Trailer Sales, where his team won the AAABA Altoona League championship and he won league MVP with a .508 batting average, 12 doubles, four triples and 33 RBIs. PERSONAL Full name is Christian Hayes Helsel ... Born on November 30, 1993 in York, Pa. ... Parents are Dorothy and Mark Helsel ... Has a younger sister, Lexi, and a younger brother, Zack ... Father played baseball at Mercer and mother was on the track and field team at Slippery Rock ... Majoring in nutritional sciences.

HELSEL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2013* .197 39-23 76 5 15 3 0 0 6 18 .237 7 2 16 2 .279 1 6 1-4 58 64 9 .931 2014 Redshirt Season 2015 .258 38-36 124 17 32 8 0 1 12 43 .347 21 3 35 2 .376 1 6 5-9 93 43 10 .932 2016 .194 42-26 93 12 18 4 1 0 8 24 .258 13 6 26 1 .330 0 2 3-4 89 86 11 .941 TOTAL .222 119-85 293 34 65 15 1 1 26 85 .290 41 11 77 5 .337 2 14 9-17 240 193 30 .935 *Denotes season at Ole Miss

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Alex

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MALINSKY Apex, N.C. Panther Creek Accounting and Finance

So. Sr. • C •• R/R R/R BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR (2014, 2016) ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014-16) 2016 (JUNIOR) Awards: Big Ten Distinguished Scholar … Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Made 19 appearances and six starts … Had a .371 on-base percentage. Vs. Army (2/20): Singled and scored a run. Purdue (4/2): Went 1-for-1 off the bench with a walk-off double and two RBIs in the 12-inning game. At Pittsburgh (5/11): Hit 1-for-4 with an RBI in his fifth start of the season. 2015 CUBA TRIP Made two starts in the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament, going 2-for-6 with two runs scored, an RBI and walk … Both hits came in opener at Industriales … One of five Nittany Lions to have a multi-hit game … Walked and scored a run in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team.

2014 (FRESHMAN) Note: Joined team as a walk-on as an academic sophomore. Awards: Big Ten Distinguished Scholar … Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Started in 21 games and played in 26. At USF (2/21): Made his Penn State debut. At Saint Mary’s (3/7-9): Recorded his first career hit ... Went 2-for-4 in the third game of the series. At Santa Clara (3/15): Put in a 2-for-4 effort, while also scoring a run. Bucknell (3/22-23): Scored two runs and recorded one hit in the second game of a doubleheader (3/22) ... Ripped his first double of his career in the second game of a doubleheader (3/23), driving in a run and going 2-for-4 on the day. Youngstown State (4/1) Notched two hits, two runs scored and two RBIs. At Villanova (5/13): Went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. HIGH SCHOOL Earned three letters at Panther Creek High under the direction of head coach Daniel Hall ... Selected as first team All-Tri-Nine League honoree as a senior ... Earned honorable mention All-Tri-Nine League accolades as a junior and sophomore ... Honored as team MVP during his senior, junior and sophomore seasons ... Named team captain during his senior year ... Earned Academic All-Conference status during his senior, junior and sophomore seasons ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Batted .350 over his career with 29 runs, 42 RBIs and two home runs ... Played summer league with the American Legion Apex Post ... Tossed a one-hitter in the playoffs and went to the state tournament for the first time in the team’s history. PERSONAL Full name Alexander Scott Malinsky ... Born on July 25, 1994 in Raleigh, N.C. ... Parents are David and Diana Malinsky, both Penn State alums ... Has a sister, Amanda ... Majoring in accounting and finance and accepted into masters of accounting program.

2015 (SOPHOMORE) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Made 24 starts in 30 games played … Had a six-game (3/22-4/1) hitting streak. At Elon (2/13-14): Had a hit and RBI in first two starts of the season. No. 23 Texas A&M: Hit an RBI-double. At No. 7 South Carolina (3/11): Went 1-for-2 with a season-high two RBIs. No. 21 Indiana (3/22): Started six-game hitting streak during doubleheader, singling in both ends … Scored two runs in second game to contribute to Penn State’s first win over a nationallyranked team since 2012. Central Connecticut State (3/27, 3/29): Doubled in first game and went 2-for-3 with a stolen base in the second. Kent State (4/1): Extended hitting streak to six games going 1-for-2 with a run. At Ohio State (4/6): Reached base three times walking twice and singling … Scored a run. At West Virginia (4/14): Went 1-for-4 with a run in win. At Minnesota (4/19): Doubled as part of 2-for-4 effort.

MALINSKY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2014 .250 26-21 68 10 17 3 0 0 9 20 .294 7 2 7 2 .333 1 2 0-0 101 11 1 .991 2015 .218 30-24 78 11 17 3 0 0 5 20 .256 3 4 19 0 .282 0 3 1-2 157 20 2 .989 2016 .154 19-6 26 4 4 1 0 0 4 5 .192 8 1 6 1 .371 0 0 0-0 70 7 1 .987 TOTAL .221 75-51 172 25 38 7 0 0 18 45 .262 18 7 32 3 .318 1 5 1-2 328 38 4 .989

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Tom

18

MULLIN

Springfield, Pa. St. Joseph’s Prep Energy Business and Finance

Sr. • RHP • R/R 2016 (JUNIOR) Season: Made eight relief appearances, pitching 17 1/3 innings and posting a 4.67 ERA. Bucknell (4/13): Pitched a perfect inning of relief to contribute to an 8-1 victory. At Rutgers (4/22): Allowed a hit and a walk in one scoreless inning. Kent State (4/27): Threw two scoreless innings with a strikeout. Maryland (4/29): Struck out a career-high four over four innings. No. 10 TCU (5/7): Pitched a career-high 5 1/3 innings only giving up two hits and a walk.

2014 (FRESHMAN) Season: Made 10 appearances. At USF (2/21): Saw his first action as a Nittany Lion, putting in 3 2/3 innings of work. At Fresno State (3/11-12): Made back-to-back appearances and pitched 1 2/3 total perfect innings … Started streak of six-straight outings (5 2/3 innings from 3/11 to 4/19) of shutout baseball, surrendering just three hits in relief. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered for two years at St. Joseph’s Prep under head coach Joe Falcone ... Named 2013 All-Philadelphia Catholic League MVP ... Selected as a first-team AllPhiladelphia Catholic League pitcher ... Recognized as St. Joseph’s Prep’s MVP and Outstanding Pitcher ... Garnered first-team Daily News All-City honors as a senior ... Was a first-team All-Southeastern Pennsylvania pitcher ... As a senior started 12 games, racking up 65.1 innings ... Posted a sub-2.00 ERA of 1.85 in 2013 while striking out 83 batters ... Went the distance in eight of his 12 starts, while tossing three shutouts ... Played summer league as a member of the Philly Bandits. PERSONAL Full name is Thomas Leo Mullin ... Born on November 8, 1994 in Upper Darby, Pa. ... Parents are Tom and Lisa Mullin ... Has a sister, Chelsea, who is a senior at Penn State ... Major is energy business and finance.

2015 CUBA TRIP Entered the second game of the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament in relief against Ciego de Ávila, the defending champions of the Cuban National Series … Pitched two scoreless innings, allowing one hit and striking out one. 2015 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Led team with a 4-0 record, tying with Jack Anderson for most wins on the staff … 4.26 ERA ranked third on the team amongst pitchers with 30 or more innings pitched … Made 15 appearances, including three starts, totaling 31 2/3 innings pitched with 19 strikeouts. At Elon (2/14): Made season debut in third game of the season, working 1 2/3 scoreless innings with a strikeout and hit batsmen. At No. 23 Texas A&M (2/20), at No. 7 South Carolina (3/11): Faced nationallyranked opponents in consecutive appearances, allowing two runs on two hits in 2 1/3 innings with two strikeouts. Canisius (3/18): Struck out the side in a perfect inning. No. 21 Indiana (3/22): Allowed only a hit and walk while striking out two in three innings of relief to earn Penn State’s first win over a nationally-ranked opponent since 2012. Kent State (4/1): Walked two and struck out two in two innings. Bucknell (4/7, 4/15): Held Bison to seven hits, two walks and two runs (one earned) over eight innings in consecutive appearances, earning the win in both … Pitched three innings of relief in first outing and made first career start in second, going a careerhigh five innings. At Kent State (4/21), Pittsburgh (4/29): Made starts in both games, going three innings in each. Rutgers (5/2): Limited to a run on two hits in 2 1/3 innings in relief to earn fourth win. At Purdue (5/14, 5/16): Had two scoreless relief appearances.

MULLIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2014 5.40 0-0 10 0 0 0/1 0 11.2 16 13 7 8 7 3 1 2 50 .320 2 0 0 2 0 2015 4.26 4-0 15 3 0 0/0 0 31.2 29 16 15 10 19 6 1 6 132 .246 3 2 0 2 0 2016 4.67 0-0 8 0 0 0/0 0 17.1 18 10 9 7 6 4 0 1 79 .273 4 5 0 1 0 TOTAL 4.60 4-0 33 3 0 0/1 0 60.2 63 39 31 25 32 13 2 9 271 .269 9 7 0 5 0

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Nick

12

RIOTTO Washington, Pa. Trinity Economics

Sr. • OF • L/L Awards: Big Ten Player of the Week (4/11) … College Sports Madness Player of the Week (4/12) … Daily Collegian Athlete of the Week (4/13) … PSU/Highmark Student Athlete of the Week (4/13). Season: Led the team with a .405 on-base percentage and ranked second with 24 walks … Struck out just 14 times in 197 at-bats … Started all 48 appearances he made, with 45 coming in right field, two in left and one at DH, and hit .307 to rank fourth on the team … Batted leadoff a team-high 25 times … Totaled four doubles, two triples and two home runs … Had a 10-game hitting streak (3/30-4/13) during which he batted .488 (21-for-43) with 12 runs, 11 RBIs, two doubles, a home run, three walks, two hit by pitches and just one strikeout ... Also had two eight-game hitting streaks (3/11-3/23 & 5/7-5/19). Army (2/20): Reached base seven times in doubleheader … Went 2-for-3 with a hit by pitch, run and RBI in first game and earned three walks and was plunked again in the night cap. At No. 15 South Carolina: Went 2-for-3 with an RBI, double, run and walk in series finale. Princeton (3/12): Hit 2-for-4 with a triple and a stolen base. Vs. New York Tech, vs. Princeton and at Richmond (3/11-13): Started eight-game hitting streak by going 6-for-12 with a walk, two stolen bases and three runs scored in three-game tournament at Richmond. Rhode Island (3/23): Tripled and went 2-for5 with an RBI and run. Binghamton (3/30): Started 10-game hitting streak by going 2-for-4 plus a hit by pitch with a run and three RBIs. Purdue (4/1-2): Hit 5-for-13 plus a walk in a three-game series with a run and two RBIs. for the week of Apr. 4-10, the league office announced Monday, as the junior batted over .500 over five games. Pittsburgh (4/5), at Lafayette (4/6) & Michigan State (4/8-10): Named Big Ten Player of the Week for the first time in career after going 12-for-22 (.545) with a .583 on-base percentage, a home run, two doubles, eight runs scored and six RBIs over the five games … Had four-multi-hit games, including three three-hit games … Led the Nittany Lions at the plate in biggest win of the season based on RPI (No. 24 at time), going 3-for-4 with a double and two runs against Pitt … Led the Nittany Lions at Lafayette the very next day going 3-for-5 with a home run, double, four RBIs, three runs and a walk … Led Penn State in its first game against Michigan State, registering two of the six hits PSU mustered in the game … Accounted for five of the seven runs scored in win over Michigan State in series finale by crossing home plate three times and driving in two more … Reached base four times going 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a hit by pitch, with the latter coming in the decisive bottom of the ninth, and he later scored the game-tying run. Maryland (4/30): Hit 2-for-4 with a lead-off home run in the first inning that would prove to be the difference in a 2-0 victory. TCU (5/78): Went 6-for-13 in three games with three runs, recording two hits in each game … Started second eight-game hitting streak of the season. At Pittsburgh (5/11): Started comeback in seventh inning with lead-off single … Reached base twice with the single and a walk and scored both times. At Nebraska (5/13-15): Singled twice and scored twice in win in series opener … Had a hit in each of the final two games. Iowa (5/19-20): Singled in series opener to extend hitting streak to eight games … Walked and scored in season finale in the seventh inning to help Penn State tie Iowa before an eventual 12-inning win.

One of four Nittany Lions to start all four games in the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament … Led team with three RBIs, five walks, a .500 on-base percentage and a .545 slugging percentage and was second in batting with a .273 average (3-for-11) … Hits included a double and the Lions’ only triple … Went 1-for-3 with a walk and the first run scored for Penn State of the tournament in the opener at Industriales … Drew a walk in second game against Ciego de Ávila, the defending champions of the Cuban National Series … Reached base twice in the same inning against Mayabeque, walking the first time up and clearing the bases with a triple the second time up … Finished game going 1-for-2 with a run scored, three RBIs and two walks as Penn State earned a historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team … Doubled and walked in finale at Matanzas. 2015 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Earned a .361 on-base percentage and batted .265 with a home run and 17 RBIs in 26 starts and 41 appearances … Primarily saw action at designated hitter early in the season before seeing more time in the outfield … Had a six-game hitting streak (4/26-5/3) where he batted .409 with two doubles and six RBIs. At Elon (2/13-14): Went 2-for-5 with a run and three RBIs in season opener and went 2-for5 again in the series finale with one RBI. At No. 23 Texas A&M (2/22): Went 3-for4 with a run … First career three-hit game. At Charleston Southern (3/7-8): Went 3-for-6 over the final two games of the series … Reached base four times in the finale going 2-for-3 with a walk, hit-by-pitch, RBI, run and stolen base. Bucknell (4/7): Doubled, drove in a run and scored in 1-for-3 evening. Michigan (4/11): Singled and scored in lone pinch-hit at-bat. Bucknell (4/15): Reached base four times after getting hit by pitches three times and hitting a single … Drove in a run, scored three times and stole a base. At Kent State (4/21): Entered as a pinch hitter and, with one on, hit first career home run. No. 8 Illinois (4/25-26): Started six-game hitting streak going 1-for-3 in second game of series … Went 2-for-4 with a double and run in finale. Pittsburgh (4/29): Singled and scored. Rutgers (5/1-3): Went 5-for-11 with six RBIs and three runs scored for the series to extend hitting streak to six games … Top performance came in second game, going 3-for-5 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored. 2014 (FRESHMAN) Season: Made 15 starts in 25 appearances. At Gardner-Webb (2/16): Notched his first career hit in the second game of a doubleheader. At USF (2/21-22): Drove in a run and went 1-for-2 (2/21) ... Roped his first double in a 1-for-2 effort and scored a run against the Bulls (2/22). At Purdue (4/5-6): Drove in his first run as a Nittany Lion with a single in the first game of a doubleheader (4/5) ... Recorded a single in a pinch hitting appearance in series finale. At Minnesota (4/26): Pinch hit in the first game of a doubleheader, securing a single. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered for four seasons at Trinity High School under the guidance of head coach Scott Henson ... Garnered All-Mid-Penn Conference honors all four years ... Received All-District honors during freshman, junior and senior seasons ... Posted a batting average of .410, with three home runs, 78 RBIs and 62 runs over his four-year career at Trinity ... Led Trinity High to two WPIAL playoff appearances ... Named team captain during his junior and senior years ... Played summer league as a member of the Steel City Wildcats ... Helped the Wildcats to two WPEBL championships ... Hit a walk-off home run in the final game of the WPEBL Championship game in 2013 ... Played fall ball for the Allegheny Pirates ... Four-time high honor student in the classroom ... Recipient of the Jefferson Community Service Award. PERSONAL Full name is Nicholas Richard Riotto ... Born on September 18, 1994 in Washington, Pa. ... Parents are Rich and Lynn Riotto ... Has a brother, Eric, and a sister, Riley ... Father, Rich, was the starting quarterback at William & Jefferson College ... Mother, Lynn, was an All-American at Washington & Jefferson College in swimming ... Major is economics.

2015 CUBA TRIP RIOTTO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2014 .164 25-15 61 5 10 1 0 0 1 11 .180 6 0 19 0 .239 0 0 1-2 21 2 1 .958 2015 .265 41-26 102 16 27 3 0 1 17 33 .324 10 6 19 1 .361 1 4 2-4 31 0 0 1.000 2016 .307 48-48 179 34 55 4 2 2 18 69 .385 24 6 14 1 .405 1 2 3-7 101 2 2 .981 TOTAL .269 114-89 342 55 92 8 2 3 36 113 .330 40 12 52 2 .364 2 6 6-13 153 4 3 .981 16

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Tim

24

SCHOLLY

State College, Pa. State College Supply Chain & Information Systems

Sr. • RHP • R/R ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014, 2016) 2016 (JUNIOR) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Threw one scoreless inning in an appearance against Kent State (4/27) allowing just one hit and walk. 2015 CUBA TRIP Pitched an inning of scoreless relief, allowing just one walk, in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team. 2015 (SOPHOMORE) Did not make an appearance due to injury. 2014 (FRESHMAN) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Made appearances vs. Youngstown State (4/1) and No. 19 Indiana (5/9), throwing 1 1/3 innings combined and not surrendering a run. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered for three years at State College Area High under head coach Bill Tussey ... Totaled 31 innings and finished with a 1.35 ERA, 20 strikeouts, three complete games and one shutout as a junior ... Helped State College win the District 6 title as a sophomore ... Recipient of the Coaches Award as a senior ... Earned the Mincemoyer Award during senior season ... Played summer league with three different teams, including Flood City Elite, NorCal East and State College Stars ... Also lettered in basketball for two seasons. PERSONAL Full name is Timothy Mark Scholly ... Born on June 13, 1994 in State College, Pa. ... Parents are Dave and Terry Scholly ... Has two brothers, Kevin and Brian ... Brother, Kevin, lettered for Shippensburg University in baseball ... Brother, Brian, lettered at Juniata College in basketball ... Majoring in supply chain and information systems.

SCHOLLY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2014 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 1.1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Redshirt Season 2016 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 .333 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 0.00 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 2.1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 10 .333 0 0 0 0 0

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Schuyler

BATES

21

Ossining, N.Y. Kennedy Catholic International Politics - National Security

Jr. • RHP • R/R 2016 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings in two appearances, both against Illinois (3/25-26 G1), allowing two hits striking out one. 2015 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Season: Pitched five innings over three appearances, yielding a run on three hits and two walks … At No. 23 Texas A&M (2/20): Made debut, pitching for two innings. At Ohio State (4/4): Allowed only a hit in one inning. Illinois (4/24): Pitched two perfect innings. 2014 (FRESHMAN) Did not see game action. HIGH SCHOOL Earned four letters at Kennedy Catholic under head coach Bob Fletch ... Earned AllState honors in 2012 ... Named a 2012 Underclass All-American honorable mention ... 2013 Rawlings Northeast All-Region second team ... Posted a 0.96 ERA for his career ... Racked up 398 strikeouts in his career ... Posted 11 career complete games ... Two-time All-League and All-Section in 2011 and 2012 ... Helped lead Kennedy Catholic to league title for three-straight seasons from 2010-12 ... Team captain in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... Plays summer and fall ball for Tri-State Arsenal under Coach Bob Barth. PERSONAL Full name is Schuyler Bates ... Born on May 6, 1995 in Ossining, N.Y. ... Parents are Chris and Linda Bates ... Has a sister, Lauren, and two brothers, Christopher and Austin ... Majoring in international politics -- national security.

BATES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2014 Redshirt Season 2015 1.80 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 5.0 3 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 19 .188 1 1 0 0 0 2016 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 1.1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 1.42 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 6.1 5 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 25 .227 1 1 0 0 0 18

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Sal

BIASI

6

Hazle Township, Pa. Hazelton Biobehavioral Health

Jr. • RHP • R/R 2016 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Led the team in strikeouts with 66 and posted a 5-6 record over 67 1/3 innings with a 3.74 ERA, which ranked second among Penn State starters … Started 13 of 14 appearances … Limited opponents to two earned runs or less in nine of 14 appearances … Pitched at least five innings in nine of last 10 appearances. Vs. Army (2/20): Pitched six innings in his season debut and first career start, only giving up one earned run while striking out a career-high eight to earn his first career win. Niagara (3/19) Threw five scoreless innings in his one relief appearance and punched out five to earn his second win of the season. Purdue (4/2): Pitched a career high 7 1/3 innings, only allowing two runs and striking out seven to earn the win. At Northwestern (4/16): Struck out five or more batters for a sixth straight game, registering six punch outs … Held Wildcats to one run on four hits and a walk in 6 2/3 innings to earn fourth win of the season. Maryland (4/30): Threw 5 2/3 scoreless innings and struck out three to pick up his fifth win in a combined shutout … It was Penn State’s first shutout in a Big Ten game since May 17, 2013 against Michigan State (9-0) and its third combined shutout of the season. No. 10 TCU (5/7): Allowed three runs on five hits and a walk with three strikeouts in five innings. At Nebraska (5/14), Iowa (5/20 G1): Struck out six and pitched five innings in each of final starts of the season … Yielded three runs to the Huskers and one to Iowa. 2015 CUBA TRIP Started second game of the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament against Cuban National Series defending champions Ciego de Ávila … Allowed one run on three hits and a walk … Led Penn State pitchers for the week with four strikeouts.

Awards: Big Ten Baseball Co-Freshman of the Week (3/16-23). Season: Bullpen leader on the team in ERA (2.62) amongst those with more than five innings pitched and in strikeouts (31) … Tied for second on the team in appearances with 18 along with Marko Boricich and Jared Fagnano … Saved three games in consecutive outings … Second amongst relievers with 34.1 innings pitched … Did not allow a run in six consecutive appearances (3/18-4/5). At Elon (2/14 G1): Made debut in second game of the season, not allowing an earned run and striking out one in one inning. At No. 23 Texas A&M: Pitched a season-high 3 1/3 innings, allowing one run and striking out two. Canisius (3/18): Struck out the side in one inning of work … Began streak of six scoreless appearances. No. 21 Indiana (3/22): Continued strikeout dominance resulting in nine consecutive strikeouts dating back to Canisius game … Entered the first game against No. 21 Indiana in the eighth inning with a runner on third base, two outs and a tie score … Struck out that batter and the next five he faced, ultimately pitching through the 11th inning and not yielding a run … Matched season-high for innings pitched at 3 1/3… For the week, posted a line of 4 1/3 innings pitched, one hit, no runs allowed, three walks and nine strikeouts to earn Big Ten Baseball Co-Freshman of the Week honors (3/16-23). Villanova (3/25) & Central Connecticut State (3/27, 3/29): Earned saves in three consecutive appearances, totaling four innings pitched and five strikeouts while yielding just two hits and two hit batsmen. At Ohio State (4/6): Matched season-high for third time with 3 1/3 innings pitched. Michigan (4/11): Held Wolverines scoreless over 2 2/3 innings. Illinois (4/26): Matched season-high of 3 1/3 innings for fourth time. At Michigan State (5/10): Struck out two in scorless 1 1/3 inning appearance. HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at Hazleton Area High School under head coach Gino Cara ... Team captain and team MVP as a junior and senior ... Earned first-team all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Posted a 1.71 ERA as a senior, adding 42 strikeouts ... Hit .445 for his career ... Played summer ball for the Evoshield Canes, Moosic Mets and the Rays scout team ... Lettered four years in basketball, finishing his career as the school’s all-time leading scorer and earning all-state honors as a senior. PERSONAL Full name is Sal Nicholas Biasi ... Born on Sept. 30, 1995 in Wilkes Barre, Pa. ... Parents are Tina and Marty Biasi ... Has two younger brothers, Dante, a freshman on the Penn State baseball team, and Nick ... Majoring in biobehavioral health.

2015 (FRESHMAN)

BIASI’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 2015 2.62 0-2 18 0 0 0/0 3 34.1 27 13 10 2016 3.74 5-6 14 13 0 0/1 0 67.1 62 39 28 TOTAL 3.36 5-8 32 13 0 0/1 3 101.2 89 52 38

BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 25 31 8 2 0 158 .229 3 7 0 6 2 32 66 15 0 5 304 .238 7 6 0 3 2 57 97 23 2 5 462 .235 10 13 0 9 4 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2017

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Marko

26

BORICICH

Chicago, Ill. Mount Carmel Agricultural Business Management

Jr. • LHP • L/L

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a left-handed pitcher at Mount Carmel High School under head coach Brian Hurry ... Team captain as a senior ... Named first-team AllCatholic League as a senior ... Played in the Chicago Catholic vs. Public League AllStar game ... Recognized as the school’s Pitcher of the Year and helped his team to a state championship in 2013 ... Also a standout as a quarterback in football and was a member of two state championship teams ... Member of the National Honor Society and was named the school’s Student-Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL Full name is Marko Boricich ... Born on October 24, 1995 in Chicago, Ill. ... Parents are Nada and Branko Boricich ... Has an older sister, Natalia, and a younger sister, Daniela ... Majoring in agricultural business management.

2016 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Pitched 12 1/3 total innings over seven appearances with one start, posting eight strikeouts, before season ended due to injury. At No. 15 South Carolina (2/26): Threw a perfect inning in relief with just seven pitches. At UNCW (3/6): Threw a scoreless inning in relief and struck out one. Rhode Island (3/23): Made his first career start and threw a season-high 3 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on three hits and no walks with one strikeout. Michigan State (4/10): Threw two scoreless innings allowing one hit without yielding a walk and striking out one. At Kent State (4/20): Matched season high with 3 1/3 innings pitched and struck out a season-high three in final appearance of the season. 2015 CUBA TRIP Pitched two scoreless innings of relief, allowing just one hit, in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team. 2015 (FRESHMAN) Season: Served as a key left-handed reliever, tying for second on the team with 18 relief appearances with Sal Biasi and Jared Fagnano … Had the most appearances on the team without a loss, posting a 2-0 record … Pitched 23 1/3 total innings with a 5.79 ERA and 17 strikeouts … Struck out 10 batters in first three appearances (8.0 IP) … Posted a 3.68 ERA in eight Big Ten appearances (7 1/3 IP) … Allowed only three runs in last 10 appearances and one run over last six … Made five-straight scoreless appearances (4/18-5/3). At Elon (2/14 G2): Made debut pitching 1 2/3 innings and striking out three. At No. 23 Texas A&M: Struck out three more batters in three innings. At Charleston Southern (3/8): Earned first career win … Pitched a season-high 4 1/3 innings and struck out a season-high four batters while yielding just one run on three hits and two walks. At Liberty (3/14-15): Appeared in consecutive games pitching an inning in each … Held Flames scoreless and struck out one in second appearance. Canisius (3/18): Struck out two and walked one in a scoreless inning. No. 21 Indiana (3/22): Contributed to Penn State’s first victory over a nationally-ranked team since 2012 with 2 2/3 innings of relief … Allowed a solo home run but no additional hits or runs and struck out two. At West Virginia (4/14): Pitched 1 1/3 inning to earn second win of season. At Minnesota (4/18): Started streak of five scoreless outings. Illinois (4/26): Threw two scoreless innings, only yielding a walk.

BORICICH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2015 5.79 2-0 18 0 0 0/0 0 23.1 20 17 15 20 17 5 1 4 114 .241 1 8 1 1 2 2016 6.57 0-1 7 1 0 0/0 0 12.1 13 11 9 4 8 1 1 1 59 .265 2 5 1 0 1 TOTAL 6.06 2-1 25 1 0 0/0 0 35.2 33 28 24 24 25 6 2 5 173 .250 3 13 2 1 3

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7 DISTASIO Nick

Oley, Pa. Oley Valley Communication Arts & Sciences and Labor Employment Relations

Jr. • RHP • R/R 2016 (SOPHOMORE) Season: Ranked third on the team with 17 relief appearances … Compiled a 4.42 ERA and stuck out 32 in 36 2/3 innings pitched … Had the most appearances on the team without a loss, posting a 2-0 record. Vs. Bryant (2/21): Threw 1 2/3 perfect innings in his season debut. Niagara (3/19): Threw a scoreless two innings with two strikeouts to contribute to a 16-4 victory. Rhode Island (3/23): Threw a season-high 4 2/3 innings without giving up an earned run while striking out three to pick up his first win of the season. Binghamton (3/30): Threw 2 2/3 innings with no earned runs and struck out four to help preserve a 5-2 win. Purdue (4/2): Threw 1 2/3 scoreless innings with two strikeouts and no walks as Penn State prevailed a 12-inning victory. At Lafayette (4/6): Earned the win in a wild game impacted by high winds … Matched season high throwing 4 2/3 innings and struck out a career-high seven. Bucknell (4/13): Threw a perfect inning with two strikeouts. At Nebraska (5/15): Struck out one and allowed just one hit in one inning pitched. Iowa (5/20): Finished season with 4 2/3 scoreless innings yielding five strikeouts and no walks in an eventual 12-inning 5-4 win over Iowa.

DISTASIO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 2015 6.63 1-6 11 9 0 0/0 0 38.0 55 38 28 2016 4.42 2-0 17 0 0 0/0 0 36.2 39 25 18 TOTAL 5.54 3-6 28 9 0 0/0 0 74.2 94 63 46

2015 CUBA TRIP Pitched the final four innings in the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament opener at Industriales, allowing just two hits … 4.0 scoreless innings was a staff best for the week. 2015 (FRESHMAN) Season: Made nine starts and two relief appearances … Ranked fourth on the team with 38 innings pitched … Totaled 21 strikeouts. At Elon (2/14): Made debut starting the second game of the season. At No. 23 Texas A&M: Allowed an earned run in four innings pitched. At Charleston Southern (3/8): Struck out a seasonhigh five in 3 1/3 innings pitched. At Liberty (3/15): Held Flames scoreless over five innings, matching season-high with five strikeouts and allowing four hits and three walks. Central Connecticut State (3/29): Earned the win … Pitched a season-high six innings and matched a season-high five strikeouts, allowing just four hits and a walk with no runs. HIGH SCHOOL Four year letterwinner at Oley Valley High School under head coach Rick Harrison ... Team captain as a junior and senior ... Earned All-Berks baseball honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Named second-team All-State as a sophomore and junior ... Selected as team MVP as a junior and senior ... Holds the school hit record with 125 for his career ... Recorded a 2.44 ERA as a senior, striking out 86 batters in 66 innings ... Led the team as a senior with a .404 batting average and 16 RBIs ... Helped his team to a district championship in 2011 and a county championship in 2013 ... Was a 2013 Underclass honorable mention All-America selection by Perfect Game ... Tossed a perfect game in 2009 and a no-hitter in 2011 ... Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Full name is Nicholas Michael Distasio ... Born on January 5, 1996 in Oley, Pa. ... Parents are Hope and Mike Distasio ... Has a younger sister, Natalia ... Double majoring in communications arts and sciences and labor employment relations.

BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP 15 21 13 2 1 192 .342 5 9 15 32 6 1 4 164 .269 3 0 30 53 19 3 5 356 .307 8 9

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10 LEHMAN Taylor

Pittsburgh, Pa. Keystone Oaks Agricultural Business Management

Jr. • LHP • L/L 2016 (SOPHOMORE) Awards: Big Ten Players to Watch. Season: Ranked second on the team with 47 strikeouts and 67 2/3 innings pitched … Posted a 4.79 ERA over 12 starts and two relief appearances … Had three runs or less of run support in eight of 10 starts. Vs. Monmouth (2/19): Was the opening day starter and allowed three runs on five hits and two walks with five strikeouts. At UNCW (3/5): Struck out a career-high 11 over a career-high 7 1/3 innings pitched. Vs. New York Tech (3/11): Earned his first win of the season pitching six innings with five strikeouts and only yielding four hits, two walks and an unearned run. Purdue (4/1): Pitched 6 1/3 innings, surrendering one run and striking out four. At Nebraska (5/14): Threw a perfect inning with two strikeouts in his first relief appearance of the season. Iowa (5/20): Pitched five innings in long relief giving up no runs and striking out five to earn the win. Summer: Struck out 17 and posted a 3.19 ERA and 3-1 record in the Cape Cod League over 31 innings in 10 appearances. LEHMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 2015 6.40 1-4 13 13 0 0 0 57.2 73 46 41 2016 4.79 2-9 14 12 0 0 0 67.2 84 41 36 TOTAL 5.53 3-13 27 25 0 0 0 125.1 157 87 77

Jake

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PILEWICZ

Sewickley, Pa. Quaker Valley Supply Chain & Information Systems

Jr. • RHP • R/R ACADEMIC ALL BIG TEN (2015-16) 2016 (SOPHOMORE) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Allowed one run in 3 1/3 innings over three appearances for a 2.70 ERA ... Missed remainder of season due to injury. Vs. Army (2/20): Pitched a perfect inning to contribute to a shutout. Vs. New York Tech (3/11): Pitched two innings, allowing one hit and run, while tallying one strikeout. 2015 CUBA TRIP Pitched two innings of relief in 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a National Series team … Allowed two unearned runs on three hits.

2015 CUBA TRIP Tabbed as starter for Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament opener at Industriales … Allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits and two walks with two strikeouts. 2015 (FRESHMAN) Season: Ranked second on the team with 41 strikeouts and led the team in the category in Big Ten play with 23 … Tied for the team lead with 13 starts and ranked second with 57 2/3 innings pitched … Member of weekend rotation and posted a 1-4 record. Central Connecticut State (3/29): Earned first win holding CCSU to one hit, two walks and an unearned run over seven innings while striking out a seasonhigh eight batters … Did not yield hit in first 5 1/3 innings. No. 8 Illinois (4/25): Matched season high of seven innings holding the Illini to one run on six hits with three strikeouts … Game would go on to 15 innings. At Purdue (5/16): Held to one run on four hits and a walk with three strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years at Keystone Oaks under head coach Scott Crimone ... Named a team captain as a senior ... Earned first-team all-league and first-team all-district honors as a senior ... Recognized as team MVP in 2014 ... Hit .476 with 12 RBIs and 20 runs scored in his final season ... Pitched 43 innings as a senior, holding a 1.48 ERA and striking out 84 ... Helped his team win the 2013 sectional championship and reach the PIAA state semifinals ... Played summer ball for the Steel City Wildcats and fall ball with the Allegheny Pirates Scout Team ... Won the 2013 WPEBL Championship with the Wildcats ... Also played basketball and golf ... Was on the high honor roll two years and graduated with academic honors. PERSONAL Full name is Taylor Fredrick Lehman ... Born on December 30, 1995 in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... Parents are Colleen and Drew Lehman ... Has two younger sisters, Katie and Alicia ... Majoring in agricultural business management. BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 31 41 14 1 6 236 .309 3 10 3 1 2 31 47 11 1 3 317 .311 14 4 0 1 11 62 88 25 2 9 598 .310 17 14 3 2 13 2015 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Awards: Academic All-Big Ten. Season: Did not allow a run in 3 1/3 innings over three appearances. At Elon (2/13): Made debut in season opener, walking one and striking out another, over 1 1/3 innings. Kent State (4/1): Struck out two and allowed just one hit in an inning. Bucknell (4/15): Allowed just one hit in an inning of work. Summer: Named all-star in Hamptons Collegiate Summer League. 2014 (FRESHMAN) Redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Quaker Valley under the direction of head coach Todd Goble ... Named team captain during junior and senior seasons ... Led Quaker Valley to an undefeated regular season in 2013 ... Team was the WPIAL runner-up ... Reached the PIAA state semifinals ... Tossed a four-hit shutout in the WPIAL semifinal and went 3-for-4 at the plate with two RBIs ... Pitched a one-hitter in the WPIAL quarterfinal and retired 17 consecutive batters ... Recorded a 2.20 ERA and struck out 73 batters in 68 innings pitched during senior season ... Batted .489 with 24 hits, 37 runs, 26 RBIs and a home run in 2013 ... Played summer league on the SportsZone Baseball Academy for six years ... Lettered for three years in hockey ... North Pittsburgh Gazette Player of the Year for hockey. PERSONAL Full name is John Harris Pilewicz ... Born on July 19, 1994 in Princeton, N.J. ... Parents are Greg and Maura Pilewicz ... Has a sister, Emily, and a brother, Adam ... Both his mother and father are Penn State alums ... Mother, Maura, was a member of the Penn State cheerleading squad ... Majoring in supply chain and information systems.

PILEWICZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2014 Redshirt Season 2015 0.00 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 3.1 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 10 .200 1 0 0 0 0 2016 2.70 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 3.1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 11 .100 0 0 0 1 0 TOTAL 1.35 0-0 6 0 0 0 0 6.2 3 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 22 .150 1 0 0 1 0

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Jordan

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BOWERSOX Winter Springs, Fla. Winter Springs Criminology

So. • OF • R/R 2016 (FRESHMAN) Season: Played in 42 games and started 34 in center and right field … Posted a .244 batting average and a .310 on base percentage for the season along with 12 RBIs, 10 walks and four doubles. Vs. Monmouth (2/19): Made first career start in season opener. At No. 15 South Carolina (2/27-28): Recorded a single in each game for first career hits. Niagara (3/19 G2): Went 2-for-4 plus a walk, drove in two runs, scored two runs and stole a base to start four-game hitting streak in which he had two hits in each game. West Virginia (3/22): Went 2-for-3 with a double and a run in a one-run victory. Rhode Island (3/23): Continued two-hit hitting streak with a 2-for-4 effort. At Illinois (3/25-26): Went 2-for-3 with a double in the series opener and 2-for-4 with a run and RBI in a 5-3 victory in the series finale … Illinois had won their previous 22 regular season games against Big Ten opponents. Binghamton (4/30): Scored two runs and stole a base while going 2-for-4. Purdue (4/1-2): Went 4-for-14 with two RBIs and two runs, with both runs coming in the 12-inning victory in the series finale … With Penn State trailing by two entering the bottom of the 12th, Bowersox hit a one-out RBI single and then scored the game-tying run on Alex Malinsky’s walk-off double. Lafayette (4/6): Went 2-for-5 plus a walk with two runs in a 16-11 victory to start a season-high six-game hitting streak. Michigan State (4/8-10): Had one hit in each game of the series and hit a chopper that resulted in an error and served as a walk off in the final game. At Northwestern (4/15-16): Singled and drove in a run in each of the first two games to extend hitting streak to six and RBI streak to three. At Rutgers (4/23): Went 2-for-4 with a double and a run. No. 10 TCU (5/7): Went 3-for-8 plus a walk with a run and RBI in doubleheader. Iowa (5/20): Scored walk-off run in the bottom of the 12th inning … Went 2-for-5 with a walk and a team-high and season-high matching two RBIs.

2015 CUBA TRIP One of five Nittany Lions to play in all four games of the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament … Made three starts in right field batting leadoff … Team’s leading hitter batting .357 (5-for-14) … Only player to get a hit in all four games … One of five Nittany Lions to have a multi-hit game … Doubled for Penn State’s first hit in Cuba in the series opener at Industriales … Went 1-for-4 against Ciego de Ávila, the defending champions of the Cuban National Series … Entered third game as a pinch hitter and singled as Penn State earned a historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team … Reached base three times at series finale at Matanzas, singling twice and driving in a run. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner playing baseball for Coach Jeff Perez at Winter Springs … Earned all-league, all-city and all-district honors as a junior and senior … Team captain and MVP as a senior, batting .435 … Batted .443 as a junior, hitting 21 doubles and five triples while stealing 44 bases … Played for Florida Travel Ball … Was a two-year letterwinner as a freshman and sophomore on the football team … Was named all-county and led the team in interceptions both seasons … Dean’s List student. PERSONAL Full name is Jordan Thomas Bowersox … Born on November 14, 1995 in Orlando, Fla. … Parents are Scott and Tammy Bowersox … Has two older brothers, Nathan and Aaron … Majoring in criminology.

BOWERSOX’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .244 42-34 131 19 32 4 0 0 12 36 .275 10 3 24 3 .310 1 2 4-5 79 1 1 .988 TOTAL .244 42-34 131 19 32 4 0 0 12 36 .275 10 3 24 3 .310 1 2 4-5 79 1 1 .988

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Sophomores

Willie

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BURGER

Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Catholic Communication Arts & Sciences

So. • IF • R/R BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM UNANIMOUS PICK (2016) 2016 (FRESHMAN) Awards: Unanimous Big Ten All-Freshman Team (1B) … Big Ten Player of the Week (3/21) ... Two-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week (3/21, 4/18). Season: Finished second on the team with 34 RBIs despite not appearing in 19 games … Played in 39 games with 36 starts spread between first base (18), third base (7) and designated hitter (1) … Posted a .250 batting average with a .302 on base percentage for the season. Vs. Monmouth (2/19): Made debut as a pinch-hitter. Vs. Army (2/20): Made first career starts in a doubleheader, also tallying first hit and RBI. At UNCW (3/7): Went 2-for-4 with four RBIs and a triple to help the team achieve a 5-4 win in the series finale. Niagara (3/18-19): Named both the Big Ten Player and Freshman of the Week after leading Penn State to a series victory over Niagara … First Nittany Lion to receive the conference player of the week honor since 2012 … Drove in six runs runs, batted .636 (7-for-11) and scored four times in the three games … Accounted for all three runs in series opener driving in two with a double and having one score on a ball he put in play … Best game was the series finale going 4-for-4 with

four runs, three RBIs and two walks. Rhode Island (3/23): Drove in two runs with a single up the middle with two outs in the fourth inning that proved to be the gamewinners ... Started season-high six-game hitting streak that spanned missed games due to injury. At Illinois (3/26): Despite cracked ribs, pinch-hit a bases clearing double in the top of the ninth to lead team to a 5-3 victory in the series finale. Bucknell (4/13): Drove in a run in return from injury. At Northwestern (4/15-17): Came back from injury going 6-for-11 with a run, four RBIs and a home run in the series sweep ... Was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week for a second time … Extended hitting streak to six games. At Kent State (4/20), at Rutgers (4/22-24), Kent State (4/27): Assembled a five-game hitting streak highlighted by a 2-for-4 performance with two RBIs and a double at Kent State. At Pitt (5/11): Drove in two going 1-for-4 with a double and sacrifice fly. Summer: Hit four home runs in 33 games to tie for eighth in the Cape Cod League. 2015 CUBA TRIP Started three of the four games (Industriales, Ciego de Ávila and Matanzas) of the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament at third base. HIGH SCHOOL Played high school baseball for head coach Chris Kiehl at Lancaster Catholic and travel baseball (Tri-State Arsenal) for Jeff Mazzola and Bobby Barth … Concluded prep career at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. … Hit .405 with six home runs and 31 RBIs as a junior ... 2012 and 2013 second-team Underclass All-American by Perfect Game ... 2014 Perfect Game All-American ... Selected to play in the 2014 Area Code Games ... Ranked the No. 72 player nationally and No. 4 in Pennsylvania by Perfect Game. PERSONAL Full name is William Leander Burger … Born in Greenwich, Conn. … Parents are Thomas and Elizabeth Burger ... Has four brothers, Thomas, Matthew, Tyler and Grant … Father, Thomas, played football at Duke and grandfather, Thomas, played football at Maryland … Majoring in communication arts and sciences.

BURGER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .250 39-36 140 8 35 5 2 1 34 47 .336 12 1 25 5 .302 6 2 0-0 163 28 7 .965 TOTAL .250 39-36 140 8 35 5 2 1 34 47 .336 12 1 25 5 .302 6 2 0-0 163 28 7 .965

Justin

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HAGENMAN Voorhees, N.J. Bishop Eustace Telecommunications

So. • RHP • R/R LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA (2016) BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (2016) Awards: Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America … Big Ten All-Freshman Team (starting pitcher). Season: Led the team in starts (14), wins (6) and innings pitched (82.0) … Posted a 3.84 ERA and a 6-3 record … Most wins by a Penn State pitcher since 2011. Vs. Army (2/20): Pitched seven scoreless innings in debut to lead a combined shutout and earn first career win … Struck out six and allowed only four hits and no walks. At UNCW (3/7): Gave up no earned runs in 6 2/3 innings and allowed five hits and two walks with two strikeouts in his second win of the season. Niagara (3/19): Threw six innings with no earned runs and no walks and struck out

five to earn the win. At Illinois (3/26): Pitched a season high 8 1/3 innings in Big Ten debut and struck out six while only surrendering two earned runs. At Northwestern (4/17): Struck out five with no walks in six innings of work in an 11-3 victory … Recovered from a six-hit, three-run first inning to keep Northwestern scoreless for the rest of his outing. At Rutgers (4/24): Became winningest Penn State pitcher since 2011 with sixth win of the season. Maryland (4/30 G2): Limited Terps to two earned runs over six innings. 2015 CUBA TRIP Earned win in a scheduled short-start at Mayabeque, becoming the first U.S. pitcher to earn a win over a Cuban National Series team … Allowed one run on three hits and a walk and struck out three in three innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL High school coach was Sam Tropiano and coached in travel baseball (Evoshield Canes Central) by Sebastian Nazabal ... Named to the 2014 All-Olympic Conference team ... Named an Underclass honorable mention All-American by Perfect Game ... Carpenter Cup All-Star as well as 2013 and 2014 Perfect Game WWBA AllTournament Team selection ... South Jersey Underclass All-Star ... Was ranked in the Top 1000 by Perfect Game ... PERSONAL Full name is Justin Michael Hagenman … Born on Oct. 7, 1996 in Vorhees, N.J. … Parents are Dan and Lisa Hagenman … Has an older brother, Kyle ... Majoring in telecommunications.

HAGENMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAA WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2016 3.84 6-3 14 14 0 0 0 82.0 99 53 35 19 39 11 1 2 365 .306 4 4 3 7 10 TOTAL 3.84 6-3 14 14 0 0 0 82.0 99 53 35 19 39 11 1 2 365 .306 4 4 3 7 10

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Conlin

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HUGHES Holly Springs, N.C. Holly Springs Economics

So. • IF • R/R 2016 (FRESHMAN) Season: Tied for second on the team with 52 starts … Led team’s freshmen with 52 starts and 53 appearances … Made 42 starts at shortstop and 10 at second base … Had the second most at bats on the team (202). Vs. Monmouth (2/19), Vs. Army (2/20) & Vs. Bryant (2/21): Had hits in each of his first four games, going 8-for19 (.421) with two RBIs, four runs and two doubles … Went 2-for-4 with an RBI in his debut in the season opener against Monmouth … In a doubleheader against Army, hit 5-for-11 with a double, RBI, and three runs … Doubled, walked, scored a run and stole a base in weekend finale against Bryant. At No. 15 South Carolina (2/26-28): Singled, doubled and scored three runs over the weekend. Vs. New York Tech (3/11): Went 3-for-6 with a triple, RBI, and two runs. Niagara (3/18-19): Opened series going 4-for-5 with a run and added an RBI and run each over the final two games. Pittsburgh (4/5): Tripled and scored twice as part of 2-for-4 night. At Kent State (4/20): Went 3-for-4 plus a walk with a stolen base and two runs. At Pittsburgh (5/11): Aided come-from-behind win with a sacrifice fly.

2015 CUBA TRIP Played in three of four games at second base and started two … Went 1-for-7 at the plate with four walks and an RBI for a .455 on-base percentage … Started the first game of the Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament against Industriales and singled, going 1-for-4 … Drew three walks, tallied an RBI and scored in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team … Drew a walk in the tournament finale at Matanzas after entering in the fifth inning. HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for head coach Rod Whitesell at Holly Springs (N.C.) High School and for head coach Sebastian Nazabal on the Evoshield Canes travel team … Earned all-conference recognition as a sophomore, junior and senior … Batted .422 during senior season ... Made Central Carolina Scholastic Summer All-Star Game in 2013 and 2014 ... Played in the 2014 Powerade State Game for North Carolina ... Hit .364 at the 2014 WWBA Championship in Jupiter, Florida ... Ranked in the Top 1000 Perfect Game. PERSONAL Full name is Conlin Francis Hughes … Born on September 11, 1996 in Cincinnati, Ohio … Parents are Timothy and Jennifer Hughes … Has a younger sister, Anna … Grandfather, Ron Hughes, attended Penn State ... Majoring in economics.

HUGHES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .213 53-52 202 24 43 4 2 0 11 51 .252 11 2 39 0 .257 3 8 6-8 74 144 18 .924 TOTAL .213 53-52 202 24 43 4 2 0 11 51 .252 11 2 39 0 .257 3 8 6-8 74 144 18 .924

Connor

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KLEMANN Royersford, Pa. Spring-Ford Kinesiology

So. • IF • R/R 2016 (FRESHMAN) Season: Started 23 of 28 games played all at second base … Hit .260 with a .345 on base percentage … Was opening day starter at second base but was injured in the game and did not return until April. Purdue (4/2): Earned first career hit while pinch-hitting in the first game of the day. At Lafayette (4/6): Went 2-for-4 plus two walks with a run and two RBIs. Michigan State (4/10): Hit 2-for-6 in a double header with a run and RBI. Northwestern (4/16-17), Bucknell (4/19), at Kent State (4/20) & at Rutgers (4/22-23): Went on seven-game hitting streak going 8-for-17 (.471) with two runs, three RBIs and three walks … Went 1-for-2 plus a hit by pitch with two runs and a stolen base against Bucknell … Hit 4-for-8 with

three walks in three games against Rutgers. Maryland (4/29): Went 2-for-4 with a double. Iowa (5/20): Hit walk-off RBI-single in bottom of the 12th inning to win season finale and secure Penn State’s first overall winning record since 2012. Summer: Named to the Cal Ripken League All-Star team. 2015 CUBA TRIP Limited to one at-bat in the finale at Matanzas due to injury. HIGH SCHOOL Head coach in high school was Bruce Bobst and was coached by Greg Kinneman in travel baseball (Chandler World) ... Hit .443 as a junior with two home runs ... Selected as first team all-conference ... Ranked in Top 500 players in the country by Perfect Game. PERSONAL Full name is Connor Finn Klemann …Born June 5, 1997 in East Norriton, Pa. … Parents are Finn and Christine Klemann … Has two younger brothers, Trevor and Grant … Father, Finn, played tennis at The College of New Jersey … Majoring in kinesiology.

KLEMANN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .260 28-23 77 5 20 2 0 0 8 22 .286 6 4 17 0 .345 0 2 1-1 44 51 1 .990 TOTAL .260 28-23 77 5 20 2 0 0 8 22 .286 6 4 17 0 .345 0 2 1-1 44 51 1 .990

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Keith

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LEAVITT Manchester, Mass. St. John’s Prep Political Science

So. • OF • L/R 2016 (FRESHMAN) Season: Made 24 game appearances as an outfielder, pinch hitter and designated hitter … Started four games … Hit .296 (8-for-27) with a .411 on-base percentage. At No. 15 South Carolina (2/27): Made debut as a pinch-hitter and singled in first at-bat. At Duke (3/9): Made first career start, drawing a walk. Vs. New York Tech (3/11): Entered the game as a pinch-hitter and went 1-for-1 with a walk and two runs. West Virginia (3/22): Started at DH and went 1-for-2 with a walk and a run. At Lafayette (4/6): Went 2-for-4 with a walk, three runs and an RBI. Bucknell (4/19): Hit 1-for-2 with two walks and a run and RBI.

2015 CUBA TRIP Went 2-for-6 with an RBI, two runs scored and a walk in three appearances and one start in the four-game Cuba Baseball Friendship Tournament … One of five Nittany Lions to have a multi-hit game, going 2-for-2 with a run scored off the bench in series finale at Matanzas ... Started in left field in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team – and drove in a run with a bases-loaded walk … Pinch-ran in the tournament opener at Industriales. HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years playing for Pat Yanchus and Dan Letarte at St. John’s Prep … 2014 and 2015 USA Today All-Massachusetts first team … 2015 ESPN Boston AllState team … Three-time Boston Herald Dream Team … 2015 Salem News All-Star … Helped lead St. John’s Prep to three consecutive Catholic Conference titles and 81 wins over 4 years … Elected as a team captain as a senior … Batted .423 as a senior … 19 career home runs … Three-year member of the National Honor Society … German National Honor Society member … History and English award winner … National Society of High School Scholars member. PERSONAL Full name is Keith Alexander Leavitt … Born April 13, 1996 in Salem, Mass. … Parents are Keith and Elizabeth Leavitt … Has a younger brother, Luke ... Majoring in political science.

LEAVITT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .296 21-4 27 7 8 0 0 0 2 8 .296 7 0 12 0 .441 0 0 0-0 3 0 0 1.000 TOTAL .296 21-4 27 7 8 0 0 0 2 8 .296 7 0 12 0 .441 0 0 0-0 3 0 0 1.000

Austin

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RIGGINS

Greer, S.C. Riverside Broadcast Journalism

So. • OF • R/R 2016 (FRESHMAN) Season: Started 11 of 25 appearances in the outfield … Had three multi-hit games. Vs. Army (2/20): Went 2-for-4 with a triple, RBI, and stolen base in collegiate debut … Drew three walks in second game of doubleheader to tally an RBI and two more runs. At No. 15 South Carolina (2/27): Hit 2-for-2 in his first appearance off the bench. Vs. New York Tech (3/11): Went 1-for-2 with a home run earning himself a run and two RBIs on the day. Rhode Island (3/23): Hit 2-for-4 with a run.

2015 CUBA TRIP Started three games in centerfield and went 2-for-8 at the plate with one RBI … Impressed with big catches in centerfield … Drove in the first Penn State run of the tournament in the opener at Industriales and also walked … Had a hit, walk and run scored in historic 9-3 win over Mayabeque – the first win for a U.S. team against a Cuban National Series team. HIGH SCHOOL Coached at Riverside High School by Travis Pittman and in travel baseball (Evoshield Canes South) by Daniel Coles and Ken Daniels … Named to 2015 USA Today All-State team … Named a 2014 Underclass All-American by Perfect Game ... Recognized as an Under Armour Preseason All-American ... Named a 2014 and 2015 all-region outfielder … North-South All-Star Game selection ... Ranked as a top-five outfielder in South Carolina by Perfect Game and a Top 1000 player overall. PERSONAL Full name is Austin Thomas Riggins … Born on February 28, 1997 in Greenville, S.C. … Parents are Steven and Marilyn Riggins … Father, Steven, played football at Presbyterian College … Majoring in broadcast journalism.

RIGGINS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .159 25-11 44 6 7 0 1 1 4 12 .273 5 1 21 0 .260 0 0 1-1 36 1 0 1.000 TOTAL .159 25-11 44 6 7 0 1 1 4 12 .273 5 1 21 0 .260 0 0 1-1 36 1 0 1.000

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Ryan

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SLONIGER Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney Area Broadcast Journalism

So. • C • L/R 2016 (FRESHMAN) Awards: Big Ten Freshman of the Week (4/26). Season: Started in all 32 appearances behind the plate … Led team with three four-RBI games … Led team’s freshmen with two home runs and six doubles. Vs. Army (2/20): Went 3-for-4 plus a walk with a double, run, and four RBIs in collegiate debut. At Lafayette (4/6): Had a basesclearing double, three runs, four RBIs, and a stolen base in a 20-12 win. Michigan State (4/10 G1): Went 2-for-4 with a run scored. Bucknell (4/19) & at Rutgers (4/22, 4/24): Hit 5-for-10 for the week, getting hits in all three games he played, hitting his first collegiate home run and tying for the team lead with five RBIs for the week to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors … Hit 2-for-4 with a double and his third four-RBI game of the season against Bucknell … Helped lead the Lions past Rutgers in the series finale going 2-for-3 with his first home run and two runs scored … Effort against Bucknell started five-game hitting streak that extended with a double against Kent State (4/27) and a single against Maryland (4/29). No. 10 TCU (5/7-8): Started all three games, including a doubleheader, and singled in each

game … Tallied RBIs in the series opening and closing games. At Nebraska (5/13): Hit 2-for-5 with a run and RBI in a 7-4 victory. 2015 CUBA TRIP Played in two games and started one, throwing out the lone runner that attempted to steal on him … Started the second game of the tournament against Ciego de Ávila, the defending champions of the Cuban National Series … Entered tournament finale at Matanzas. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter for head coach Mike Dickey at Punxsutawney and Greg Kinneman coached his travel baseball team (Chandler World) … Punxsutawney High School career leader in hits (109), doubles (35), triples (7) and RBIs (88) … Named a 2014 first team All-State selection and a 2013 second-team All-State selection ... Two-time Northern Allegheny League Big School Player of the Year ... Perfect Game High honorable mention All-American selection as a junior and senior … Perfect Game first team All-Atlantic Region as a senior ... Three-time Central Penn League All-Star … Northern Allegheny League Big School All-Star … Three-time team MVP … Batted .448 with three home runs, 27 RBIs, 17 extra base hits and 18 Runs while going 6-2 with a 0.72 ERA as a senior … Batted .524 with 22 RBIs and 18 runs scored as a junior ... Ranked No. 251 nationally and No. 9 in Pennsylvania by Perfect Game … Achieved high honor roll all four years … Earned Rotary Youth Leadership Award in 2014 … Little League Volunteer Umpire and Challenger League Buddy. PERSONAL Full name is Ryan James Sloniger … Born on March 20, 1997 in Punxsutawney, Pa. … Parents are Jim and Sandy Sloniger … Has an older sister, Mary … Majors in broadcast journalism.

SLONIGER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .224 32-32 98 9 22 6 0 1 17 31 .316 7 0 26 1 .274 1 2 3-4 164 19 6 .968 TOTAL .224 32-32 98 9 22 6 0 1 17 31 .316 7 0 26 1 .274 1 2 3-4 164 19 6 .968

Blake

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HODGENS

Eric

MOCK

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Tampa, Fla. Gaither Kinesiology

Shillington, Pa. Governor Mifflin Kinesiology

R-Fr. • LHP • L/L

R-Fr. • RHP • R/R

2016 (FRESHMAN) 2015 CUBA TRIP/2016 (FRESHMAN) Pitched a perfect inning of relief in the finale of the Cuba Baseball Friendship Did not play due to injury. Tournament at Matanzas ... Did not make an appearance during the regular season. HIGH SCHOOL Coached at Governor Mifflin High School by Chris Hole and in travel baseball HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for Coach Nelson North at Gaither and travel team (SCORE (USA Elite Baseball) by Doug Strange … Named County Player of the Year and International) coaches were Sam Morsonek and Myron Leslie … Named All- all-county as a senior … Went 7-0 with a 2.10 ERA, one save and 59 strikeouts in Hillsborough County and selected to Tampa Bay All- Star Classic during senior year 42 innings pitched … Also batted .416 with 21 RBIs … Earned all division honors … Graduated with a 5.4 GPA … Compiled a 1.94 ERA with 58 strikeouts in 48 my sophomore and junior years and received all county as well as player of the year innings pitched as a junior ... Named 2014 All-Western Conference ... Recognized as for my county my senior year ... Recorded a 1.42 ERA and 60 strikeouts in 38 the 2014 Gaither Pitcher of the Year ... Selected to the Perfect Game BCS Finals All- innings pitched as a junior ... 2014 East Coast Pro Selection ... Ranked in the Top 500 nationally and the No. 3 right-handed pitcher in Pennsylvania by Perfect Game. Tournament Team and the WWBA Championships All-Tournament Team. PERSONAL Full name is Blake Houston Hodgens … Born June 7, 1997 in Tampa, Fla. … Parents are Bud and Jenna Hodgens … Has one brother, Cody … Mother, Jenna (Kline), swam at Penn State … Father, Bud, played baseball and football at East Tennessee State … Brother, Cody, plays football at Penn State … Majoring in kinesiology.

PERSONAL Full name is Eric Christopher Mock … Born on July 12, 1996 in Reading, Pa. … Parents are Keith and Tamra Mock … Has three younger sisters: Kaleigh, Brooke and Cortney … Majoring in kinesiology.

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Newcomers

Colin

MACON

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BARTELS

Freedom, Pa. Freedom Area Economics

Belmont, Mass. Belmont Division of Undergraduate Studies

Jr. • LHP • L/L

Fr. • RHP • R/R

PREVIOUS COLLEGES Played for Gannon University in 2014 and Penn State Beaver in 2015 and 2016 … Helped Penn State Beaver win the 2016 PSUAC Championship. HIGH SCHOOL Was a three-sport athlete at Freedom Area, lettering in baseball, basketball and golf … Posted a 1.27 earned run average and averaged more than a strikeout per inning as a senior … Graduated with honors and was a member of the honor roll … Volunteered with a clothing drive for the homeless. PERSONAL Full name is Colin James Macon … Born May 16, 1995 in Freedom, Pa. … Parents are Mike and Cheryl Macon … Is the youngest of four with a brother, Michael, and sisters, Ashley Amaral and Lauran … Father, Mike, played baseball at Penn State from 1970-74 … Majoring in economics. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the world class academics, and the opportunity to compete at the highest level athletically.”

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Cole

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HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at pitcher and shortstop under head coach Jim Brown at Belmont High School … Rated as the second-best RHP in Massachusetts and in the Top 500 in the nation according to Perfect Game … Named 2016 Massachusetts Coaches Association Player of the Year and to the all-state team … Posted over 250 strikeouts in his career and had a school record 107 hits … Posted a 0.88 ERA and 98 strikeouts as a junior … Named Two-time Middlesex League MVP … Three-time all-conference selection … Two-time MBCA All-Star and 2015 All-Star Game MVP … Two-time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic … Team captain as a junior and senior … Played travel baseball with Team Boston … Also a three-year basketball letterwinner and all-conference pick and team captain as a senior ... Honor Roll student 15 out of 16 quarters. PERSONAL Full name is Cole Arthur Bartels ... Born June 11, 1998 in Boston, Mass. ... Parents are Don Bartels and Julia Shaw ... Major is undecided. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I felt like this university gave me the best opportunity to develop not only as a baseball player but as a student and person as well.”


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Dante

BIASI

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Brett

DAVIS

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Hazle Township, Pa. Hazleton Area Division of Undergraduate Studies

Manhattan Beach, Calif. Mira Costa Business Management

Fr. • LHP • L/L

Fr. • C • R/R

HIGH SCHOOL Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 22nd round, 674th overall in the 2016 MLB Entry Draft … Earned two letters for baseball as a pitcher and first baseman at Hazleton Area under head coach Gino Cara … Rated as the fifth-best player in Pennsylvania, 26th-best LHP nationally and No. 241 overall by Perfect Game … Batted .435 and went 3-1 with two saves, a 1.28 ERA, 52 strikeouts and a no-hitter in 38 1/3 innings pitched during junior season … First-team All-Wyoming Valley Conference as a sophomore and junior … Named Wyoming Valley Conference and team MVP as a sophomore … Missed majority of senior season due to injury … Also earned two letters for basketball … Team captain of both the baseball and basketball teams as a senior … Played travel baseball for the Moosic Mets/Tri-State Arsenal … Named to 2015 WWBA All-Tournament Team … Distinguished graduate. PERSONAL Full name is Dante Biasi ... Born December 4, 1997 in Wilkes Barre, Pa. ... Parents are Marty and Tina Biasi ... Has two brothers, Sal, a junior on the Penn State baseball team, and Nick... Father, Marty, played Basketball for Penn State Hazleton ... Major is undecided. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I feel as if Penn State is a comfortable place to be and I believe the baseball program is on the rise.”

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at catcher at Mira Costa High School under head coach Cassidy Olson … Helped team to 2015 Bay League Championship and 2016 Boras Classic Championship … Named team’s defensive player of the year as a junior … Played travel baseball for Garciaparra Baseball Group … Program was ranked third in the nation in 2016 … Also played one season of football … Achieved honor roll and scholar athlete recognition all four years … Volunteered cleaning the beach, helping people move/settle in and for Special Olympics. PERSONAL Full name is Brett Kalman Davis … Born August 1, 1997 in Manhattan Beach, Calif. … Parents are Jeff and Genette Davis … Has two sisters, Megan and Emma … Intends to major in business management ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the environment along with the large alumni association. Also, not only are the athletics everything that I was looking for, but, coming from California, I wanted to go somewhere to experience different seasons and weather.”

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Newcomers

Myles

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GAYMAN

Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney Area Finance

Fr. • RHP • R/R

Fr. • OF • R/R

PERSONAL Full name is Myles Parker Gayman … Born February 19, 1998 in Chambersburg, Pa. … Parents are Jamie and Kristina Gayman … Has two sisters, Mackenzie and Avery … Intends to major in kinesiology. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I knew it was the place that would set me up for success later in my life. I know I can make a difference in the baseball program as a freshman and help to turn things around. Penn State is in my home state and that means a lot to me.”

Logan

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GOODNIGHT Wheeling, W.Va. The Linsly School Finance

Fr. • IF • R/R HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner for The Linsly School under head coach Jay Cartwright … Ranked No. 1 player in West Virginia and Top 500 overall according to Perfect Game … Ranked No. 1 player in West Virginia according to Prep Baseball Report … Was a career .424 hitter and 18-2 pitcher with two no-hitters … Batted .486 and went 5-0 with a 1.34 ERA as a senior … USA Today All-West Virginia ... 2016 Perfect Game All-Atlantic first team … 2015 Perfect Game All-American … Two-time East Ohio Baseball League and OVAC 3A Player of the Year and first-team Ohio Valley Athletic Conference selection (2015, 2016) … Also named Wheeling News Register All-Valley PENN STATE 2017 • BASEBALL

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GIAVEDONI

Greencastle, Pa. Greencastle-Antrim Kinesiology

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Greencastle-Antrim as a pitcher and shortstop under head coach Eric Shaner … Rated in Top 500 Players in the country and 14th-best in Pennsylvania by Perfect Game … Named the Public Opinion Player of the Year and Mid-Penn Conference MVP and Player of the Year as a senior … Posted a 7-0 record, 0.34 ERA and 75 Ks in 41 innings while batting .471 with a .549 on-base percentage … Mid-Penn Colonial Division first team and Public Opinion first team All-Star as a freshman and sophomore … Mid-Penn Conference first team and Penn Live BIG 11 Underclassmen Team as a sophomore … Helped lead team to the 2013 District 3 Championship and 2014 Mid-Penn Championship … Played travel baseball for Mid-Atlantic Red Sox … Named Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention AllAmerican and Atlantic All-Region second team in 2016 and underclass third-team in 2015 … Also played basketball for one year … Volunteered with the Police Athletic League.

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Braxton

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner in the outfield for Punxsutawney Area under head coach Mike Dickey … Conference Player of the Year and Team MVP as a junior … Named all-conference as a sophomore and senior … Served as team captain as a senior … Helped lead team to four District 9 Championships ... Played travel baseball for Chandler World … Perfect Game Mid-Atlantic second team … Honorable mention Perfect Game All-American … Ranked in Perfect Game Top 500 … Named to WWBA All-Tournament team … Also played football for two years and earned one letter and an all-conference nod … Set school single-season touchdown receptions and receiving yards records … Volunteered with Challenger Baseball and Special Olympics … Senior class, baseball association and varsity club president. PERSONAL Full name is Braxton William Giavedoni ... Born February 14, 1998 in Dubois, Pa. ... Parents are Tony and Barbie Giavedoni ... Has two siblings, Lauren and Connor ... Father, Tony, played football and basketball for Clarion ... Mother, Barbie, is a 1990 graduate of Penn State ... Two uncles and an aunt also attended Penn State ... Sister, Lauren currently attends Penn State ... Cousin, Devin Mesoraco, plays baseball for the Cincinnati Reds; cousin, Jordan Mesoraco, played baseball for Clarion; cousin, Derek Lefever, played baseball for Duquesne; uncle, Doug Mesoraco, played baseball for IUP ... Intends to major in finance. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because all of my family went here, and knowing that, when I step on campus I feel at home. I remember being five or six years old telling my parents I was going to be a Nittany Lion!”

first team and captain of the first team as a senior … Team captain as a senior … Led team to three Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Championships (2013-14, 16) and three East Ohio Baseball League championships (2013-15) … Also played basketball as a freshman and sophomore … Played travel baseball for US Elite Baseball under head coach Mark Helsel … Three-time Perfect Game WWBA All-Tournament team … Represented the Capital Region for USA Baseball’s National Team Identification Series in 2013 and the Mid-Atlantic Region in 2014 … Represented the Chicago Cubs in the East Coast Professional Showcase in Tampa, Florida in 2015 … Head Master Performance List all four years … Volunteered at the Wheeling Soup Kitchen for the Homeless and provided youth baseball instruction. PERSONAL Full name is Logan Scot Goodnight ... Born February 5, 1997 in Cumberland, Md. ... Parents are Scot and Lisa Goodnight ... Has a younger sister, Meghan ... Father, Scot, played shortstop for West Virginia Wesleyan ... Uncle, Myron Ray, played basketball for Towson and great uncle, John Lauter, was a football team captain at Notre Dame ... Intends to major in finance. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I love the university and what is has to offer. Also, the facilities are second to none.”


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Mason

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NADEAU

Joe

5

WEISENSEEL

Lansdale, Pa. North Penn Business

Strongsville, Ohio St. Edward Business Management

Fr. • OF • L/R

Fr. • IF • R/R

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner as on outfielder for North Penn High School under head coach Kevin Manero … Named first-team Suburban One League as a junior and senior … Helped team to AAAA State Championships in 2013 and 2015 … Team captain as a junior and senior … Earned one varsity letter as a sprinter on the North Penn Track team … Is the school record holder in the 55m (6.61) and 60m (7.05) dashes … Played travel baseball for the New Jersey Marlins … Named to 17U WWBA all-tournament team … Rawlings Perfect Game All-American honorable mention Atlantic region (2016) … Ranked as the fourth-best outfielder and No. 231 in the nation by Perfect Game … Distinguished honor roll student … Went on a mission trip to Haiti.

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at St. Edward High School for head coach Matt Rosinksi on the left side of the infield … Only sophomore named to the USA Today AllOhio first team in 2014 … Greater Cleveland Coach’s Association All-Star Game Selection in 2016 … Entered senior year as Preseason All-Ohio honorable mention … Team captain and MVP as a senior, leading team batting .342 with five doubles and 20 stolen bases … Helped team to 2014 and 2015 district championships … Also a three-year letterwinner in football at defensive back and wide receiver … Member of 2014 OHSAA D1 State Football Champion team … Earned high honors academically all four years of high school … Volunteered with the Cleveland Browns Adapted Football League in 2015.

PERSONAL Full name is Mason Peter Nadeau ... Born June 4, 1998 in Ephrata, Pa. ... Parents are Erik and Deanna Nadeau ... Has two sisters, Morgan and Brittney ... Father, Eric, attended Penn State Harrisburg ... Intends to major in business.

PERSONAL Full name is Ryan Joseph Weisenseel … Born September 9, 1997 in Cleveland, Ohio … Parents are Ryan and Amy Weisenseel … Has two siblings, Alec and Elena … Cousin, Brad, played football at Mercyhurst; Uncle, Randy, played football at Dayton and Aunt, Rosalie, played volleyball at Edinboro … Intends to major in business (management).

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the world class education, the plethora of resources to help me both academically and athletically, the amazing facilities, the proximity to home, the school spirit, and the overall great atmosphere.”

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ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I felt it was a great fit for me. The campus is sweet, academics has a great reputation, and not to mention... the opportunity to play Big Ten baseball was something I could not pass up.”

TRIEBOLD State College, Pa. State College Area Nutritional Sciences

Fr. • RHP • R/R HIGH SCHOOL Two-year letterwinner as a pitcher and first baseman at State College Area under head coach Troy Allen … Was named first-team Mid-Penn Commonwealth after posting a 3-1 record and 1.22 ERA in 28 2/3 innings as a senior … Helped team earn PIAA AAAA District 6 Championships in 2014 and 2015. PERSONAL Full name is Tucker George Triebold … Born January 22, 1998 in State College, Pa. … Parents are Steve and Dottie Triebold … Has a younger sister, Brandi … Intends to major in nutritional sciences. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because it is close to home and it has always been my dream school.”

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2016 Results 2016 RESULTS Date Opponent Result Feb 19, 2016 vs. Monmouth1 L, 1-3 Feb 20, 2016 vs. Army1 W, 5-4 Feb 20, 2016 vs. Army1 W, 11-0 Feb 21, 2016 vs. Bryant1 L, 1-3 Feb 26, 2016 at No. 15 South Carolina L, 1-7 Feb 27, 2016 at No. 15 South Carolina L, 5-16 Feb 28, 2016 at No. 15 South Carolina L, 2-4 Mar 05, 2016 at UNCW L, 1-5 Mar 06, 2016 at UNCW L, 2-11 Mar 07, 2016 at UNCW W, 5-4 Mar 09, 2016 at Duke W, 2-1 Mar 11, 2016 vs. New York Tech2 W, 15-2 Mar 12, 2016 vs. Princeton2 L, 2-6 Mar 13, 2016 at Richmond L, 5-6 Mar 18, 2016 NIAGARA L, 3-4 Mar 19, 2016 NIAGARA W, 4-1 Mar 19, 2016 NIAGARA W, 16-4 Mar 22, 2016 WEST VIRGINIA W, 5-4 Mar 23, 2016 RHODE ISLAND W, 5-3 Mar 25, 2016 at Illinois * L, 0-5 Mar 26, 2016 at Illinois * L, 1-6 Mar 26, 2016 at Illinois * W, 5-3 Mar 29, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W, 6-1 Mar 30, 2016 BINGHAMTON W, 5-2 Apr 01, 2016 PURDUE * W, 3-1 Apr 02, 2016 PURDUE * W, 7-2 Apr 02, 2016 PURDUE * W, 7-6 (12) Apr 05, 2016 PITTSBURGH W, 7-0 Apr 06, 2016 at Lafayette W, 20-12 Apr 08, 2016 MICHIGAN STATE * L, 0-7 Apr 10, 2016 MICHIGAN STATE * L, 2-5 Apr 10, 2016 MICHIGAN STATE * W, 7-6 Apr 13, 2016 BUCKNELL W, 8-1 Apr 15, 2016 at Northwestern * W, 4-2 Apr 16, 2016 at Northwestern * W, 8-2 Apr 17, 2016 at Northwestern * W, 11-3 Apr 19, 2016 BUCKNELL W, 9-5 Apr 20, 2016 at Kent State L, 9-10 Apr 22, 2016 at Rutgers * L, 0-5 Apr 23, 2016 at Rutgers * L, 4-6 Apr 24, 2016 at Rutgers * W, 7-5 Apr 27, 2016 KENT STATE L, 2-6 Apr 29, 2016 MARYLAND * L, 1-7 Apr 30, 2016 MARYLAND * W, 2-0 Apr 30, 2016 MARYLAND * L, 3-8 May 07, 2016 No. 10 TCU L, 2-6 May 07, 2016 No. 10 TCU L, 4-5 May 08, 2016 No. 10 TCU L, 5-9 May 11, 2016 at Pittsburgh W, 11-6 May 13, 2016 at Nebraska * W, 7-4 May 14, 2016 at Nebraska * L, 0-6 May 15, 2016 at Nebraska * L, 1-8 May 19, 2016 IOWA * L, 2-3 May 20, 2016 IOWA * L, 0-8 May 20, 2016 IOWA * W, 5-4 (12) * = Conference game () extra inning game 1 = at USA Baseball National Training Center 2 = at University of Richmond 32

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Record 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 3-7 4-7 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-10 7-10 8-10 9-10 9-11 9-12 10-12 11-12 12-12 13-12 14-12 15-12 16-12 17-12 17-13 17-14 18-14 19-14 20-14 21-14 22-14 23-14 23-15 23-16 23-17 24-17 24-18 24-19 25-19 25-20 25-21 25-22 25-23 26-23 27-23 27-24 27-25 27-26 27-27 28-27

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

Decision Lehman (L, 0-1) Biasi (W, 1-0) Hagenman (W, 1-0) Hedge (L, 0-1) Lehman (L, 0-2) Biasi (L, 1-1) Hagenman (L, 1-1) Lehman (L, 0-3) Biasi (L, 1-2) Hagenman (W, 2-1) Hedge (W, 1-1) Lehman (W, 1-3) Forsyth (L, 0-1) Anderson (L, 0-1) Lehman (L, 1-4) Biasi (W, 2-2) Hagenman (W, 3-1) Forsyth (W, 1-1) Distasio (W, 1-0) Lehman (L, 1-5) Biasi (L, 2-3) Hagenman (W, 4-1) Nabholz (W, 1-0) Hedge (W, 2-1) Anderson (W, 1-1) Biasi (W, 3-3) Anderson (W, 2-1) Hedge (W, 3-1) Distasio (W, 2-0) Lehman (L, 1-6) Biasi (L, 3-4) Anderson (W, 3-1) Hedge (W, 4-1) Anderson (W, 4-1) Biasi (W, 4-4) Hagenman (W, 5-1) Nabholz (W, 2-0) Boricich (L, 0-1) Lehman (L, 1-7) Forsyth (L, 1-2) Hagenman (W, 6-1) Hedge (L, 4-2) Lehman (L, 1-8) Biasi (W, 5-4) Hagenman (L, 6-2) Lehman (L, 1-9) Forsyth (L, 1-3) Anderson (L, 4-2) Forsyth (W, 2-3) Hedge (W, 5-2) Biasi (L, 5-5) Hagenman (L, 6-3) Hedge (L, 5-3) Biasi (L, 5-6) Lehman (W, 2-9)

Attend. 154 223 - 148 7014 7668 7804 966 1236 808 278 102 76 189 687 1005 - 682 726 652 552 1591 634 864 897 - 856 599 124 633 - 784 788 261 561 421 947 491 221 559 407 1153 921 - 1949 - 2185 1346 250 5050 5366 5429 933 - 1430

Time 2:42 2:45 2:47 2:47 2:30 3:36 2:24 2:26 2:50 2:38 2:28 3:04 2:28 2:45 3:12 3:12 3:24 3:05 3:17 2:26 1:55 2:29 2:34 2:50 2:51 2:43 3:49 2:33 3:31 2:37 2:43 2:35 2:29 2:53 2:44 2:55 2:58 3:11 2:11 2:49 2:47 2:52 2:44 2:31 2:42 2:51 3:10 3:24 3:45 2:54 2:25 2:24 2:39 2:52 4:27


2016 Season Statistics 2016 SEASON STATS

Record: 28-27 Home: 15-11 Away: 10-13 Neutral: 3-3 Big Ten: 12-12

Player Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% Kendall, Tyler .320 52-52 200 23 64 9 1 0 33 75 .375 18 2 34 4 .370 7 1 7-8 295 15 3 .990 Haley, Jim .315 55-55 219 45 69 12 3 2 27 93 .425 18 6 26 2 .377 4 7 10-15 51 124 21 .893 Guers, Greg .313 54-51 198 40 62 12 2 6 38 96 .485 20 0 34 0 .369 4 7 20-24 71 0 0 1.000 Riotto, Nick .307 48-48 179 34 55 4 2 2 18 69 .385 24 6 14 1 .405 1 2 3-7 101 2 2 .981 Hughes, Conlin .213 53-52 202 24 43 4 2 0 11 51 .252 11 2 39 0 .257 3 8 6-8 74 144 18 .924 Coates, James .174 51-47 144 23 25 3 0 3 16 37 .257 37 10 18 3 .371 3 5 7-10 85 0 2 .977 -------------Leavitt, Keith .296 21-4 27 7 8 0 0 0 2 8 .296 7 0 12 0 .441 0 0 0-0 3 0 0 1.000 Klemann, Connor .260 28-23 77 5 20 2 0 0 8 22 .286 6 4 17 0 .345 0 2 1-1 44 51 1 .990 Burger, Willie .250 39-36 140 8 35 5 2 1 34 47 .336 12 1 25 5 .302 6 2 0-0 163 28 7 .965 Bowersox, Jordan .244 42-34 131 19 32 4 0 0 12 36 .275 10 3 24 3 .310 1 2 4-5 79 1 1 .988 Sloniger, Ryan .224 32-32 98 9 22 6 0 1 17 31 .316 7 0 26 1 .274 1 2 3-4 164 19 6 .968 Helsel, Christian .194 42-26 93 12 18 4 1 0 8 24 .258 13 6 26 1 .330 0 2 3-4 89 86 11 .941 Graham, Nick .173 29-17 52 7 9 3 0 0 8 12 .231 10 6 22 1 .368 0 1 1-1 111 13 7 .947 Riggins, Austin .159 25-11 44 6 7 0 1 1 4 12 .273 5 1 21 0 .260 0 0 1-1 36 1 0 1.000 Malinsky, Alex .154 19-6 26 4 4 1 0 0 4 5 .192 8 1 6 1 .371 0 0 0-0 70 7 1 .987 Biasi, Sal .000 1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 7 1 .889 Totals .258 55-55 1830 266 473 69 14 16 240 618 .338 206 48 344 22 .344 30 41 66-88 1461 570 92 .957 Opponents .264 55-55 1874 263 494 72 12 21 234 653 .348 200 41 342 35 .343 27 40 78-102 1456 533 61 .970 LOB - Team (434), Opp (459). DPs turned - Team (40), Opp (30). CI - Team (1), Sloniger 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (3), Guers 1, Haley 1, Burger 1, Opp (3). Picked off Guers 2, Riotto 1, Coates 1. Player Hedge, Nick Biasi, Sal Hagenman, Justin Lehman, Taylor -------------Helsel, Christian Bates, Schuyler Scholly, Tim Anderson, Jack Forsyth, Dakota Pilewicz, Jake Distasio, Nick Mullin, Tom Nabholz, Eli Fagnano, Jared Boricich, Marko Totals Opponents

ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2.44 5 3 14 9 0 0 1 1 59.0 58 22 16 12 36 8 5 1 223 .260 4 2 0 4 7 3.74 5 6 14 13 0 0 1 0 67.1 62 39 28 32 66 15 0 5 261 .238 7 6 0 3 2 3.84 6 3 14 14 0 0 1 0 82.0 99 53 35 19 39 11 1 2 324 .306 4 4 3 7 10 4.79 2 9 14 12 0 0 0 0 67.2 84 41 36 31 47 11 1 3 270 .311 14 4 0 1 11 0.00 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 3.0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 12 .167 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 .333 0 0 0 0 0 2.14 4 2 29 0 0 0 1 13 54.2 50 19 13 19 43 9 1 0 208 .240 2 6 0 1 1 2.28 2 3 20 0 0 0 2 1 43.1 27 15 11 27 28 4 0 3 150 .180 3 5 0 2 3 2.70 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 3.1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 10 .100 0 0 0 1 0 4.42 2 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 36.2 39 25 18 15 32 6 1 4 145 .269 3 0 0 3 1 4.67 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 17.1 18 10 9 7 6 4 0 1 66 .273 4 5 0 1 0 5.90 2 0 11 6 0 0 0 0 29.0 26 21 19 24 26 2 0 1 110 .236 8 4 0 3 3 6.00 0 0 9 0 0 0 1 0 9.0 12 6 6 8 6 0 1 0 37 .324 3 0 0 1 1 6.57 0 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 12.1 13 11 9 4 8 1 1 1 49 .265 2 5 1 0 1 3.71 28 27 55 55 0 3 3 15 487.0 494 263 201 200 342 72 12 21 1874 .264 55 41 4 27 40 4.14 27 28 55 55 6 5 2 10 485.1 473 266 223 206 344 69 14 16 1830 .258 50 48 9 30 41

PB - Team (8), Sloniger 4, Graham 3, Malinsky 1, Opp (4). Pickoffs - Team (10), Forsyth 4, Hagenman 3, Sloniger 1, Lehman 1, Biasi 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Sloniger (40-51), Graham (20-24), Anderson (18-21), Malinsky (18-20), Lehman (13-17), Biasi (10-12), Hagenman (7-11), Forsyth (8-10), Nabholz (6-8), Mullin (6-8), Distasio (3-6), Hedge (3-5), Boricich (3-3), Fagnano (1-1).

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2016 Big Ten Statistics 2016 BIG TEN STATS Home: 6-6 Away: 6-6 Big Ten: 12-12 Player Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% Guers, Greg .354 24-24 96 15 34 7 1 2 12 49 .510 5 0 15 0 .382 1 5 9-12 35 0 0 1.000 Kendall, Tyler .319 24-24 94 11 30 6 1 0 13 38 .404 8 2 15 1 .377 2 0 1-1 119 4 1 .992 Riotto, Nick .241 20-20 79 10 19 1 0 1 7 23 .291 4 1 5 1 .282 1 1 0-2 44 0 1 .978 Haley, Jim .240 24-24 96 12 23 4 1 0 4 29 .302 6 0 13 1 .279 2 5 0-4 19 61 6 .930 Coates, James .164 24-22 73 13 12 3 0 2 10 21 .288 13 3 7 1 .311 1 0 3-3 64 0 1 .985 Hughes, Conlin .156 24-24 90 1 14 0 0 0 3 14 .156 2 0 17 0 .174 0 3 2-2 25 55 9 .899 -------------Malinsky, Alex .400 6-1 5 1 2 1 0 0 2 3 .600 2 0 1 1 .571 0 0 0-0 13 1 0 1.000 Bowersox, Jordan .279 18-16 61 9 17 3 0 0 8 20 .328 5 1 9 2 .343 0 1 1-1 44 1 0 1.000 Klemann, Connor .260 18-15 50 1 13 2 0 0 4 15 .300 4 1 10 0 .327 0 2 0-0 27 29 1 .982 Sloniger, Ryan .231 13-13 39 5 9 0 0 1 2 12 .308 2 0 11 1 .268 0 1 0-1 72 7 5 .940 Helsel, Christian .229 18-9 35 3 8 3 1 0 3 13 .371 2 1 7 0 .289 0 1 0-0 30 41 6 .922 Burger, Willie .218 15-14 55 1 12 2 0 1 10 17 .309 2 0 11 2 .241 1 1 0-0 87 7 1 .989 Graham, Nick .111 14-10 27 4 3 1 0 0 1 4 .148 5 3 12 1 .314 0 1 0-0 61 8 7 .908 Leavitt, Keith .000 7-0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 4 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Riggins, Austin .000 5-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0 .500 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Totals .243 24-24 807 87 196 33 4 7 79 258 .320 60 13 138 11 .303 8 21 16-26 648 245 41 .956 Opponents .276 24-24 830 112 229 34 5 5 100 288 .347 81 17 139 15 .347 14 22 38-48 652 265 18 .981 LOB - Team (170), Opp (204). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (14). IBB - Team (0), Opp (1). Picked off - Riotto 1. Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 27 Anderson, Jack 2.52 4 0 11 0 0 0 1 4 25.0 22 10 7 7 18 3 1 0 94 .234 1 4 0 0 1 6 Biasi, Sal 3.15 3 4 8 8 0 0 1 0 45.2 38 21 16 18 43 10 0 2 174 .218 4 4 0 2 0 10 Lehman, Taylor 3.97 1 4 8 6 0 0 0 0 34.0 45 19 15 17 16 4 1 0 133 .338 8 3 0 1 9 31 Hagenman, Justin 5.20 3 2 8 8 0 0 0 0 45.0 61 31 26 10 19 8 0 1 184 .332 1 2 2 4 6 -------------34 Nabholz, Eli 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 8 .000 0 1 0 0 1 26 Boricich, Marko 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 .143 0 0 0 0 0 21 Bates, Schuyler 0.00 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 0 0 0 8 Helsel, Christian 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0 0 0 0 20 Hedge, Nick 1.37 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 1 19.2 17 6 3 6 15 2 1 0 73 .233 0 0 0 1 2 7 Distasio, Nick 2.92 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 12.1 16 7 4 2 8 3 1 0 48 .333 1 0 0 2 1 30 Forsyth, Dakota 3.68 0 1 8 0 0 0 1 0 14.2 11 9 6 10 7 2 0 1 50 .220 2 1 0 2 1 18 Mullin, Tom 5.14 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 7.0 7 5 4 4 5 2 0 1 27 .259 3 2 0 1 0 19 Fagnano, Jared 6.75 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 9 4 4 5 3 0 1 0 23 .391 2 0 0 1 1 Totals 3.54 12 12 24 24 0 1 1 5 216.0 229 112 85 81 139 34 5 5 830 .276 22 17 2 14 22 Opponents 3.31 12 12 24 24 6 5 2 3 217.1 196 87 80 60 138 33 4 7 807 .243 16 13 4 8 21 PB - Team (1), Sloniger 1. Pickoffs - Team (5), Forsyth 3, Hagenman 2, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Sloniger (19-23), Graham (15-18), Anderson (12-13), Lehman (5-8), Hagenman (5-6), Biasi (3-5), Forsyth (5-5), Mullin (4-4), Malinsky (4-4), Distasio (1-3), Nabholz (1-2), Boricich (1-1), Fagnano (1-1).

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All-Time Records vs. Opponents Opponent First Mtg. Last Mtg. W L T Air Force 2008 2008 1 0 0 Akron 2008 2013 1 2 0 Alabama 1995 1995 1 2 0 UAB 1995 2012 1 3 0 Albany 2011 2011 1 0 0 Albright 1899 1928 4 0 0 All Class 1909 1910 2 0 0 Altoona 1889 1894 3 0 1 Altoona Tri-State 1904 1904 0 1 0 Alumni 1889 1928 7 0 0 American Chain Co. 1922 1922 0 1 0 American University 1952 1953 2 0 0 Amherst 1923 1923 0 1 0 Arkansas 1989 1989 0 1 0 Arizona 1963 2004 0 2 0 Arizona State 1973 2006 0 7 0 Army 1904 2016 19 8 0 Auburn 1995 1995 0 3 0 Austin Peay 1993 1993 1 1 0 Azusa Pacific 1988 1988 0 2 0 Bellefonte 1889 1911 11 1 0 Bethany 1921 1926 5 2 0 Bethune-Cookman 2006 2008 1 2 0 Binghamton 2012 2016 2 0 0 Bloomsburg 1902 1988 17 7 0 Boston College 1917 1990 0 4 0 Bowling Green 2006 2006 0 1 0 Brown 1909 1925 0 4 0 Bryant 2016 2016 0 1 0 Bucknell 1882 2016 127 28 1 Buffalo 1971 1982 11 6 0 California 1920 1996 1 3 0 California Baptist 1988 1988 1 0 0 California Irvine 1988 1988 0 1 0 California (Pa.) 1905 1905 1 1 0 Cal Poly 2003 2003 1 0 0 Canisius 2008 2015 4 1 0 Carlisle Indians 1901 N/A 4 1 0 Carnegie Tech 1907 1925 17 3 1 Catholic University 1913 1919 3 2 0 Centenary 2007 2007 1 1 0 Central Conn. State 2007 2015 5 1 0 Central Michigan 2002 2006 0 3 0 Charleston Southern 2015 2015 1 2 0 Charlotte 1998 2005 2 4 0 Chicago State 1993 1993 1 0 0 Chinese U. (Hawaii) 1913 1915 1 2 0 Cincinnati 2010 2012 2 0 0 Clemson 1959 1975 2 0 0 Colby 1917 1917 1 0 0 Colgate 1896 1975 34 16 1 Columbia 1933 2010 2 1 0 Connecticut 1959 2008 1 3 0 Coppin State 2012 2012 2 0 0 Cornell 1906 2008 36 22 0 Creighton 1997 1999 0 3 0 Cuban Giants 1894 1898 1 2 0 C.W. Post 1989 1999 4 3 0 Dallas Baptist 2005 2010 2 0 0 Dartmouth 1911 1915 3 1 0 Delaware 1907 2005 18 14 0 Delaware State 1993 1993 1 0 0 Demorest 1893 1895 3 3 0 Detroit 1921 1921 2 0 0 Dickinson 1889 1973 48 9 0 Drexel 1995 1996 2 2 0 Dubuque 1986 1986 3 0 0 Duke 1913 2016 8 4 0 Duquesne 1948 2010 45 3 0 East Carolina 2006 2012 0 4 0 Eastern Kentucky 2011 2011 1 2 0 Eastern Michigan 1984 1989 3 5 0 Eastern Tennessee State 2013 2013 1 2 0 Eckerd 1990 1991 0 3 0 Elon 1928 2015 0 4 0 Evansville 1984 2002 1 3 0 Florida Gulf Coast 2009 2009 1 1 0 Florida Southern 1975 1991 1 6 0 Florida State 1957 1957 1 0 0 Fordham 1896 1991 10 4 0 Franklin & Marshall 1894 1930 13 2 1 Fresno State 2003 2014 0 3 0 Furman 1924 2006 1 3 0 Gardner-Webb 2014 2014 2 1 0 Georgetown 1902 1998 28 11 0 George Mason 1995 2005 3 1 0 George Washington 1906 2003 31 26 0 Georgia Tech 1923 1924 2 4 0 Gettysburg 1895 1986 51 14 0 Gonzaga 2003 2005 0 3 0 Grove City 1911 1911 1 0 0 Harvard 1909 1932 0 2 0

Opponent First Mtg. Last Mtg. W L T High Point 2008 2008 1 2 0 Hofstra 2010 2014 4 3 0 Holy Cross 1912 1952 0 7 0 Houston 2013 2013 0 2 0 Houston Baptist 2013 2013 2 1 0 Howard 1977 1981 4 2 0 Illinois 1992 2016 30 35 0 Illinois State 2003 2003 1 0 0 Illinois-Chicago 1992 1992 1 0 0 Illinois Wesleyan 1940 1940 1 0 0 Indiana 1992 2015 40 37 0 Indiana (Pa.) 1900 1990 32 9 0 Indiana State 1966 2001 2 2 0 Iowa 1994 2016 39 30 0 Ithaca 1951 1974 11 7 0 Jacksonville 1993 2006 2 1 0 James Madison 1987 2005 12 11 0 Johnstown 1896 1896 0 1 0 Juniata 1914 1987 31 6 1 Kansas 2007 2007 0 1 0 Kansas State 1994 2007 1 3 0 Kennesaw State 2008 2008 1 0 0 Kent State 2007 2016 8 9 0 Kentucky 1989 1989 1 2 0 Lafayette 1899 2016 24 23 2 Lamar 2010 2010 0 2 0 La Salle 1990 2013 9 3 0 Lebanon Valley 1906 1935 9 1 0 Lehigh 1901 2009 34 6 2 Le Moyne 2011 2011 2 1 0 Liberty 2013 2015 0 5 0 Lock Haven 1882 1991 12 3 0 Long Island 1941 2000 4 0 0 Maine 1976 1993 2 2 0 Manhattan 1903 1957 2 2 0 Mansfield 1968 1986 15 4 1 Marietta 1926 1926 1 0 0 Maryland 1919 2016 15 12 0 Massachusetts 1985 1991 1 2 0 McNeese State 2010 2010 1 0 0 Mercersburg 1907 1908 1 1 0 Miami (Fla.) 2004 2008 0 4 0 Miami (Ohio) 1998 1998 1 2 0 Michigan 1909 2015 48 43 0 Michigan State 1920 2016 33 47 0 Middlebury 1917 1917 0 1 0 Milesburg 1875 1875 0 1 0 Millersville 1990 1990 2 0 0 Minnesota 1992 2014 24 44 0 Mississippi State 2012 2012 0 2 0 Missouri 1952 1952 0 1 0 Monmouth 2005 2016 1 2 0 Morningside 1983 1985 4 0 0 Mount St. Mary’s 1897 2012 5 3 1 Mount Washington 1909 1909 1 0 0 Muhlenberg College 1929 1948 16 1 0 Navy 1903 2002 33 34 1 Nebraska 2012 2016 1 6 0 Nebraska-Omaha 2013 2014 1 3 0 New Mexico State 1986 1986 2 0 0 NYIT 1988 2016 10 2 0 New York University 1921 1956 1 1 0 Niagara 2011 2016 3 1 0 Nicholls State 1990 1990 0 1 0 Norfolk State 1986 2011 19 2 1 North Carolina 1913 2007 6 7 0 North Carolina A&M 1912 1916 2 2 0 North Carolina State 1924 2011 4 2 0 UNC Asheville 2003 2003 0 1 0 UNC Greensboro 2012 2012 0 3 0 UNC Wilmington 1997 2016 2 3 0 Northeastern Illinois 1997 1997 2 0 0 Northwestern 1992 2016 41 35 0 Notre Dame 1909 2011 3 10 0 Oglethorpe 1923 1923 2 0 0 Ohio State 1958 2015 35 63 0 Oklahoma 1973 1985 0 3 0 Oklahoma State 1959 1983 0 3 0 Old Dominion 1988 2011 5 7 0 Olmsted Field 1946 1946 1 0 0 Oral Roberts 2007 2007 0 3 0 Pace 2001 2001 2 1 0 Pacific 1996 1996 0 1 0 Pennsylvania 1894 2003 21 18 0 Pennsylvania MC 1901 1901 1 0 0 PRR of Philadelphia 1889 1889 1 0 0 PRR (YMCA) 1900 1901 1 1 0 Philipsburg 1889 1889 1 0 0 Pittsburgh 1912 2016 87 42 1 Pittsburgh Collegians 1920 1923 4 0 0 Pittsburgh Pirates 1924 1924 0 1 0 Portland 1996 1996 0 1 0

Opponent First Mtg. Last Mtg. W L T Princeton 1895 2016 11 18 0 Purdue 1983 2016 32 45 0 Quantico Marines 1950 1950 0 1 0 Randolph Macon 1928 1928 1 0 0 Rhode Island 1983 2016 1 1 0 Richmond 1987 2016 8 10 0 Rider 1963 1991 24 19 0 Robert Morris 1980 1982 5 1 0 Rochester 1908 1908 1 0 0 Rollins 1991 2000 6 1 0 Rutgers 1939 2016 41 29 0 Sacred Heart 2006 2006 1 0 0 Saint Joseph’s 1971 2009 8 2 0 Saint Leo 1989 1989 0 1 0 Saint Mary’s 1999 2014 3 2 0 Saint Vincent 1929 1933 2 1 0 St. Bonaventure 1911 2005 30 5 1 St. Francis (Pa.) 1930 1979 3 0 0 St. John’s 1906 2009 9 13 0 Samford 1995 2012 1 3 0 San Diego 1988 1988 0 2 0 San Francisco 2005 2005 0 1 0 San Jose St. 1996 1996 0 2 0 Santa Clara 1996 2014 1 5 0 Seton Hall 1899 2012 7 6 1 Siena 1990 2002 2 0 0 South Carolina 1912 2016 1 6 0 South Florida 1975 2014 1 7 0 Southern California 1994 1994 0 2 0 Southern Illinois 2004 2004 1 1 0 Southern Utah 2005 2005 1 0 0 Springfield AC 1906 1911 2 0 0 Stanford 1996 1996 0 1 0 Steelton 1903 1903 0 1 0 Stephen F. Austin 2013 2013 1 0 0 Stevens Institute 1909 1909 1 0 0 Susquehanna 1899 1966 24 2 0 Swarthmore 1920 1949 5 0 0 Syracuse 1908 1970 52 21 0 Tampa 1975 1975 1 0 0 TCU 2016 2016 0 3 0 Temple 1929 2013 51 34 1 Texas 1952 2009 2 8 0 Texas A&M 1994 2015 1 10 0 Texas-Pan American 1983 2001 4 6 0 Texas State 1999 2010 0 5 0 UTSA 1994 2013 2 2 0 Toledo 2000 2006 2 1 0 Towson State 1986 1993 6 4 0 Troy 2001 2008 1 2 0 Tufts 1917 1917 0 1 0 Tulane 2006 2006 0 3 0 Tyrone 1893 1893 1 0 0 UNLV 2001 2001 1 0 0 Ursinus 1914 1930 5 1 0 U.S. International 1988 1988 0 3 0 U.S. Naval Base 1921 1921 1 0 0 U.S. Training Station 1922 1943 0 2 0 Vanderbilt 1987 1987 0 1 0 Vermont 1909 1917 3 1 0 Villanova 1902 2015 33 29 0 Virginia 1894 2004 11 12 2 VMI 1894 1947 3 2 0 Wake Forest 1927 2008 1 4 0 Warner Southern 1990 1990 1 0 0 Washington 1905 1923 1 1 0 Washington College 1935 1935 0 1 0 Washington & Lee 1894 1947 8 6 0 Wash. & Jefferson 1896 1950 13 0 0 Waynesburg 1922 1923 2 0 0 Watsontown 1904 1904 1 0 0 West Chester 1901 1988 10 4 0 Western Carolina 2015 2015 0 1 0 Western Maryland 1933 1958 17 1 0 Western Michigan 1963 1998 4 5 1 Westminster 1896 1901 1 1 0 West Virginia 1904 2016 70 40 0 W.V. Wesleyan 1914 1924 2 0 0 Wichita State 2007 2011 2 4 0 Widener 1900 1900 2 0 0 William & Mary 1923 1992 3 2 0 Williamsport 1903 1904 0 5 0 Williamsport Greys 1925 1925 0 1 0 Williamsport Tri-State 1908 1908 0 1 0 Winthrop 1996 2010 4 5 0 Wright State 2013 2013 1 2 0 Yale 1903 1932 3 3 0 York (YMCA) 1902 1902 1 0 0 Youngstown State 1988 2016 7 2 0 128 Season Total 1,996-1,392-21

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Opponent Series AIR FORCE (Penn State, 1-0) At Air Force At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/9/08 N

ARIZONA 0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 12-2

AKRON

(Akron 2-1) At Akron At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 5/7/13 A 3/7/09 N 4/15/08 H

0-1 0-1 1-0 L, 2-11 W, 10-4 L, 3-5

ALABAMA

(Alabama, 2-3) At Alabama At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/6/95 A 3/5/95 A 3/4/95 A

1-2 0-0 1-1 L, 0-8 L, 3-4 W, 4-3

UAB

(UAB, 3-1) At UAB At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/11/12 A 3/10/12 A 3/9/12 A 3/9/95 A

1-3 0-0 0-0 W, 5-4 L, 2-3 L, 3-9 L, 1-3

ALBANY

(Penn State, 1-0) At Albany At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 4/27/11 H

0-0 1-0 0-0 W, 7-3

AMERICAN (Penn State, 2-0) At American At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 4/22/53 H 4/11/52 A

1-0 1-0 0-0 W, 19-1 W, 20-1

ARKANSAS (Arkansas, 1-0) At Arkansas At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/1/89 N

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(Arizona, 2-0) At Arizona At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/13/04 N 6/10/63 N

AUSTIN PEAY 0-0 0-0 0-2 L, 1-10 L, 1-8

ARIZONA STATE (Arizona State, 7-0) At Arizona State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/26/06 A 3/25/06 A 3/24/06 A 3/2/03 A 3/1/03 A 2/28/03 A 1973 N

0-6 0-0 0-1 L, 7-9 L, 5-15 L, 5-8 L, 7-11 L, 1-12 L, 0-13 L, 1-3

(Penn State, 19-8) At Army 6-2 At Penn State 1-1 At Neutral Site 3-0 N/A 9-5 Game-by-Game 2/20/16 N W, 11-0 2/20/16 N W, 5-4 5/27/00 N W, 3-1 5/28/66 N/A L, 33-36 5/4/63 H L, 1-3 4/14/62 A W, 8-4 5/4/57 A W, 16-7 4/25/56 A L, 1-3 5/24/41 A W, 23-4 4/27/40 A W, 9-3 5/25/38 A L, 2-6 5/5/37 A W, 7-3 4/23/32 H W, 17-4 5/9/31 A W, 4-1 1923 N/A W, 10-0 1922 N/A L, 7-8 1920 N/A W, 3-1 1919 N/A W, 7-2 1916 N/A W, 7-4 1915 N/A L, 4-9 1914 N/A L, 2-7 1913 N/A W, 13-2 1912 N/A W, 5-2 1907 N/A W, 12-7 1906 N/A W, 9-2 1905 N/A W, 13-1 1904 N/A L, 0-1

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BUCKNELL 0-0 0-0 1-1 L, 6-10 W, 6-5

BETHUNE-COOK.

ARMY

(Auburn, 3-0) At Auburn At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/12/95 A 3/11/95 A 3/10/95 A

(Tied 1-1) At Austin Peay At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/7/93 N 3/6/93 N

0-3 0-0 0-0 L, 0-14 L, 5-8 L, 2-9

(Bethune-Cookman, 2-1) At Bethune-Cookman 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-2 Game-by-Game 3/15/08 N L, 9-10 3/11/06 N L, 1-2 3/10/06 N W, 6-5

BINGHAMTON (Penn State, 2-0) At Binghamton At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 3/30/16 H 4/4/12 H

0-0 2-0 0-0 W, 5-2 W, 8-2

BOSTON COLL. (Boston College, 0-3) At Boston College At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 3/4/90 H 5/16/24 A 1917 N/A

0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 L, 2-5 L, 0-4 L, 2-6

BOWLING GREEN (Bowling Green, 1-0) At Bowling Green At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/4/06 N

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 4-5

BROWN

(Brown, 0-4) At Brown At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 5/22/25 A 1911 N/A 1910 N/A 1909 N/A

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-3 L, 4-5 L, 2-6 L, 5-7 L, 4-5

BRYANT

(Bryant, 0-1) At Bryant At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 2/21/16 N

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 1-3

(Penn State, 126-30-1) At Bucknell 41-12 At Penn State 69-11-1 At Neutral Site 1-0 N/A 15-7 Game-By-Game 4/19/16 H W, 9-5 4/15/15 H W, 11-2 4/7/15 H W, 4-2 3/23/14 A W, 6-2 3/23/14 A L, 1-0 (7) 3/22/14 H W, 4-3 (7) 3/22/14 H W, 7-2 4/17/13 H W, 7-6 (12) 4/18/12 H W, 2-0 4/27/11 H W, 7-3 4/6/10 H W, 7-6 4/8/09 H W, 12-11 3/31/09 H W, 6-5 4/2/08 H W, 8-3 4/3/07 H W, 6-5 4/25/06 H W, 14-6 3/30/05 H W, 19-6 3/23/04 A W, 6-4 4/22/03 H W, 19-6 3/28/02 A W, 8-3 3/28/01 H W, 6-1 3/28/00 A W, 11-8 3/28/00 A W, 20-6 3/30/99 H W, 17-16 3/30/99 H W, 11-7 3/31/98 A W, 13-2 3/31/98 A L, 5-10 4/1/97 H W, 21-4 4/1/97 H W, 12-6 4/2/96 A W, 6-4 4/2/96 A W, 9-4 4/6/95 H L, 2-3 4/6/95 H W, 4-2 4/7/94 A W, 4-3 4/7/94 A W, 7-1 4/6/93 H W, 3-1 4/6/93 H L, 2-6 4/9/92 A L, 8-9 4/9/92 A W, 11-2 4/11/91 H W, 4-3 4/11/91 H W, 6-3 4/12/90 A L, 7-12 4/12/90 A W, 9-5 4/13/89 H W, 9-6 4/13/89 H W, 7-5 4/14/88 A W, 7-6 4/14/88 A W, 6-4 4/21/87 H W, 6-4 4/21/87 H W, 9-1 4/18/85 H W, 9-7 4/18/85 H W, 9-2 4/28/84 H L, 7-12 4/28/84 H L, 1-4 4/25/83 A W, 5-1 4/25/83 A W, 7-4 4/21/82 A W, 11-0 4/21/82 A W, 2-1 5/8/81 H W, 9-6 5/8/81 H W, 5-1 4/8/80 A W, 7-1 4/10/79 H W, 6-4 4/11/78 A W, 9-7

4/12/77 4/13/76 4/15/75 1974 1973 1972 4/6/71 4/3/69 4/4/68 5/3/67 5/17/66 4/26/66 5/12/65 5/12/65 4/27/65 4/27/65 5/13/64 4/28/64 4/22/63 4/4/63 5/17/62 4/24/62 5/18/61 5/10/60 5/4/60 4/22/59 4/14/59 4/24/58 4/15/58 5/22/57 4/16/57 5/8/56 5/25/55 4/28/55 5/11/54 5/4/54 4/29/53 5/27/52 4/22/52 5/22/51 5/8/50 4/22/50 5/24/49 5/18/49 5/19/48 5/4/48 5/14/47 5/7/47 5/8/46 6/9/45 5/9/45 5/30/44 5/12/43 5/11/42 5/27/41 5/28/40 5/30/39 6/4/38 5/29/37 5/20/37 5/30/36 5/20/36 6/1/35 5/1/35 5/26/34 4/22/33 6/4/32 5/21/30 6/2/28 5/28/27

H A H N/A N/A N/A H H A H A H A A H H H A A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A H A H A H A A H A H H H A H H H H H H H A H A H A H A H H H H H

W, 16-4 L, 2-7 W, 15-0 L, 4-5 W, 5-2 W, 3-0 W, 4-1 W, 4-2 W, 15-5 W, 3-0 L, 1-2 W, 9-1 W, 12-4 W, 11-1 W, 4-0 W, 8-0 T, 0-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-1 W, 7-3 W, 8-4 W, 25-6 W, 7-0 W, 3-1 W, 10-3 W, 2-1 W, 8-7 W, 12-0 W, 7-4 W, 14-0 W, 14-2 W, 9-1 W, 17-2 W, 3-1 W, 21-0 W, 9-1 W, 1-0 W, 7-4 W, 15-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-15 L, 4-5 W, 7-4 W, 7-2 W, 6-1 W, 8-0 W, 2-0 W, 6-2 W, 9-0 W, 15-8 L, 4-7 L, 0-7 W, 19-5 L, 2-3 W, 5-3 W, 4-0 W, 10-0 W, 9-0 W, 10-4 W, 11-2 W, 5-1 W, 9-8 L, 4-6 L, 2-4 W, 6-2 W, 12-2 W, 13-12 W, 8-7 W, 8-6 W, 6-2


Opponent Series 6/8/26 6/5/26 5/30/25 5/13/25 5/10/24 1923 1923 1922 1921 1921 1919 1911 1910 1910 1909 1909 1908 1899 1899 1897 1897 1896 1893 1893 1882

A H H A H N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N

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

BUFFALO

(Penn State, 11-6) At Buffalo At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 4/28/82 A 4/28/82 A 5/2/79 H 5/2/79 H 5/3/78 A 5/3/78 A 5/4/77 H 5/5/76 A 5/5/76 A 5/7/75 H 5/7/75 H 1974 N/A 1974 N/A 1973 N 1973 N/A 1973 N/A 5/28/71 N

3-3 3-2 2-0 3-1 L, 3-6 W, 2-1 L, 1-4 W, 4-2 L, 4-5 W, 17-3 L, 1-6 W, 12-4 L, 6-7 W, 5-2 W, 8-0 W, 1-0 L, 8-10 W, 3-1 W, 6-0 W, 17-0 W, 2-0

CALIFORNIA

(California, 3-1) At California 0-1 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-2 N/A 1-0 Game-By-Game 3/5/96 A L, 4-5 6/12/57 N L, 0-1 6/10/57 N L, 0-8 1920 N/A W, 6-3

CAL BAPTIST

(Penn State, 1-0) At California Baptist 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-0 Game-By-Game 3/4/88 N W, 3-2

CAL IRVINE

(California Irvine, 1-0) At California Irvine 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-1 Game-By-Game 3/3/88 N L, 2-8

CAL POLY

(Penn State, 1-0) At Cal Poly At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/15/03 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 16-5

CANISIUS

(Penn State, 4-1) At Canisius 0-0 At Penn State 4-1 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/18/15 H W, 11-1 4/8/12 H W, 4-3 4/7/12 H W, 4-3 (11) 4/6/12 H W, 15-5 3/24/08 H L, 6-11

CENTENARY (Tied, 1-1) At Centenary At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/18/07 N 2/16/07 N

0-0 0-0 1-1 W, 7-6 L, 6-7

CENT. CONN. ST. (Penn State, 5-1) At CCSU At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/29/15 H 3/29/15 H 3/27/15 H 3/25/07 H 3/24/07 H 3/23/07 H

0-0 5-1 0-0 W, 13-3 W, 4-1 W, 5-2 L, 0-2 W, 9-0 W, 8-1

CENT. MICHIGAN

(Central Michigan, 3-0) At Central Michigan 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-3 Game-By-Game 3/6/06 N L, 1-3 3/9/02 N L, 9-12 3/6/02 N L, 5-10

CHARLESTON SO.

(Charleston Southern, 2-1) At Charleston So. 1-2 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/8/15 A W, 18-6 3/7/15 A L, 5-7 3/6/15 A L, 0-2

CHARLOTTE

(Penn State, 2-0) At Cincinnati 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 2-0 Game-By-Game 2/19/12 N W, 5-3 2/26/10 N W, 5-4 (12)

7/15/44 7/14/44 6/10/44 6/9/44 8/7/43 8/6/43 7/17/43 7/16/43 5/7/43 7/25/42 7/24/42 6/20/42 6/19/42 4/25/42 4/18/42 4/24/37 5/15/36 5/17/35 5/28/32 5/20/32 5/30/31 5/2/31 5/30/30 5/3/30 1920 1916 1913 1913 1896

CLEMSON

COLUMBIA

(Charlotte, 4-2) At Charlotte At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/19/05 A 2/18/01 A 2/17/01 A 2/15/98 A 2/14/98 A 2/13/98 A

2-4 0-0 0-0 L, 3-6 L, 3-4 W, 7-2 L, 1-15 L, 3-16 W, 7-5

CHICAGO STATE (Penn State, 1-0) At Chicago State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/9/93 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 28-13

CINCINNATI

A L, 3-7 A W, 10-6 H W, 6-4 H W, 5-1 A L, 0-7 A W, 1-0 H L, 5-6 H L, 6-7 A W, 3-2 H W, 4-3 H W, 3-1 A W, 4-2 A L, 6-10 A L, 8-11 H W, 6-3 H W, 3-2 A W, 7-4 A L, 4-8 H W, 6-4 A W, 7-4 H W, 11-2 A L, 6-7 A L, 7-8 H L, 8-9 N/A W, 9-6 N/A W, 2-1 (10) N/A W, 9-8 N/A W, 8-2 N/A W, 16-7

(Penn State, 2-0) At Clemson 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 2-0 Game-By-Game 5/28/75 N W, 5-4 6/15/59 N W, 7-0

(Penn State, 2-1) At Columbia At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/20/10 N 3/19/00 N 6/3/33 H

COLGATE

CONNECTICUT

(Penn State, 34-17-1) At Colgate 13-10 At Penn State 16-6-1 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 5-0 Game-By-Game 5/10/75 A W, 12-3 5/10/75 A W, 13-0 4/28/67 A W, 9-4 4/16/66 H W, 14-5 4/16/66 H L, 5-7 4/30/65 A L, 5-6 4/25/64 H W, 7-1 4/25/64 H W, 7-6 5/12/61 A L, 0-7 4/20/60 H L, 3-4 5/8/59 A W, 7-5 5/21/58 H W, 8-1 4/28/56 H W, 2-1 6/3/55 N L, 4-7 5/20/55 A W, 6-5 5/22/54 H L, 5-7 5/27/50 H W, 13-4 5/20/49 A W, 10-2 5/22/48 H W, 12-3 5/23/47 A L, 4-5 5/31/46 A W, 6-5 5/25/46 H T, 1-1 5/24/46 H W, 14-7

(Connecticut, 3-1) At Connecticut At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/12/08 N 3/11/08 N 3/7/92 N 6/13/59 N

0-0 0-1 2-0 W, 6-5 W, 13-10 L, 8-9

0-0 0-0 1-3 L, 2-4 L, 6-14 L, 5-6 W, 5-3

COPPIN STATE (Penn State, 2-0) At Coppin State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/28/12 H 3/28/12 H

0-0 2-0 0-0 W, 7-1 W, 6-2

CORNELL

(Penn State, 36-22) At Cornell 11-17 At Penn State 22-1 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 3-3 Game-By-Game 3/16/08 N L, 1-4 3/30/04 H W, 2-1 3/30/04 H W, 9-1 3/25/03 A L, 2-5 3/25/03 A L, 3-4 4/2/02 H W, 9-6 4/4/01 A W, 13-1 4/4/01 A W, 26-4 4/4/00 H W, 12-9 4/4/00 H W, 13-3 4/6/99 A W, 12-2 4/6/99 A W, 11-10 4/14/98 H W, 12-3 4/16/97 A W, 7-5 4/16/97 A W, 5-3 4/17/96 H W, 3-2 4/17/96 H W, 11-6 4/19/95 A L, 4-5 4/19/95 A W, 11-5 4/19/94 H W, 19-7 4/19/94 H W, 6-0 4/16/91 A L, 6-7 4/16/91 A W, 20-9 4/17/90 H W, 3-1 4/17/90 H W, 14-2 4/18/89 A L, 3-4 4/18/89 A W, 8-0 4/19/88 H L, 5-7 4/19/88 H W, 8-4 5/11/85 H W, 7-5 5/11/85 H W, 6-4 5/14/84 H W, 4-1 5/13/83 A L, 1-12 5/13/83 A L, 1-6 5/12/83 A L, 11-14 5/16/82 A L, 6-7 5/16/82 A L, 4-5 5/15/82 A L, 5-8 5/7/80 A L, 3-11 5/7/80 A W, 5-1 5/9/79 H W, 4-3 5/9/79 H W, 6-3 5/10/78 A L, 1-9 5/15/71 H W, 4-1 5/15/71 H W, 3-0 4/11/63 A W, 17-0 8/5/44 A L, 7-8 7/29/44 H W, 3-0 7/31/43 A L, 4-9 8/1/42 H W, 9-8 7/18/42 A L, 7-8 1913 N/A L, 3-6 1912 N/A L, 0-2 1911 N/A L, 3-4 1910 N/A W, 5-1 1908 N/A W, 4-2 1907 N/A W, 3-1 (17)

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Opponent Series CREIGHTON (Creighton, 3-0) At Creighton At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/12/99 N 3/14/97 N 3/9/97 N

DELAWARE ST. 0-0 0-0 0-3

L, 1-3 L, 10-15 L, 4-5

DALLAS BAPTIST (Penn State, 2-0) At Dallas Baptist At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/6/10 N 3/9/05 N

0-0 0-0 2-0 W, 10-4 W, 7-5

DARTMOUTH

(Penn State, 3-1) At Dartmouth 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 3-1 Game-By-Game 1915 N/A W, 4-1 1914 N/A W, 5-1 1911 N/A L, 2-4 1911 N/A W, 6-5

DELAWARE

(Penn State, 18-14) At Delaware 8-7 At Penn State 6-6 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 4-0 Game-By-Game 3/20/05 A W, 7-1 3/19/05 A W, 12-6 3/19/05 A W, 6-1 4/20/04 H L, 3-4 4/20/04 H L, 3-9 3/23/03 A W, 8-0 3/22/03 A W, 12-6 3/22/03 A L, 1-6 4/24/02 H L, 8-9 4/24/02 H W, 6-2 3/18/01 A L, 3-4 (10) 3/17/01 A L, 7-15 3/17/01 A L, 5-9 5/18/77 H W, 9-8 5/16/76 A L, 8-11 5/16/76 A W, 4-1 1973 N/A W, 8-0 5/28/70 N L, 1-7 5/18/67 A W, 8-1 5/18/67 A L, 1-6 5/21/66 H L, 1-2 5/21/66 H W, 6-3 5/25/65 A W, 7-5 5/23/64 H W, 5-1 5/23/64 H L, 5-11 5/25/63 H W, 2-1 5/24/62 A L, 6-7 5/25/61 H L, 1-2 5/25/61 H W, 6-4 1921 N/A W, 7-1 1920 N/A W, 9-2 1907 N/A W, 8-1 38

(Penn State, 1-0) At Delaware State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/8/93 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 11-2

DETROIT

(Penn State, 2-0) At Detroit 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 2-0 Game-By-Game 1921 N/A W, 4-3 1921 N/A W, 8-2

DREXEL

(Tied, 2-2) At Drexel At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/17/96 A 3/17/96 A 5/10/95 H 5/10/95 H

0-2 2-0 0-0 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 W, 16-7 W, 11-0

DUKE

(Penn State, 8-4) At Duke At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 3/9/16 A 2/27/99 A 2/27/99 A 6/13/52 N 4/3/31 A 4/1/29 A 3/29/29 A 4/3/28 A 4/14/27 A 1915 N/A 1914 N/A 1913 N/A

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

DUQUESNE (Penn State, 45-3) At Duquesne At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 4/20/10 H 4/24/07 H 4/12/06 H 5/11/05 H 4/20/99 H 4/20/99 H 4/22/98 H 5/8/96 H 5/8/96 H 5/7/95 A 5/7/95 A 4/12/94 H 4/28/91 A 4/28/91 A 4/27/91 A

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17-1 28-2 0-0 W, 15-9 W, 12-8 W, 12-6 W, 11-5 W, 5-4 W, 11-9 W, 12-9 W, 2-1 W, 7-4 W, 6-0 L, 3-9 L, 2-3 W, 5-3 W, 8-1 W, 15-3

4/27/91 4/15/90 4/15/90 4/14/90 4/14/90 4/16/89 4/16/89 4/15/89 4/15/89 4/17/88 4/17/88 4/16/88 4/16/88 4/18/87 4/18/87 4/17/87 4/17/87 4/20/86 4/20/86 4/19/86 4/3/85 4/3/85 4/2/85 4/12/84 4/12/84 4/12/84 4/6/84 4/10/83 4/10/83 4/9/83 4/21/77 6/4/49 5/12/48

A H H H H A A A A H H H H A A A A H H H A A A H H H A H H H H H H

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

EAST CAROLINA (East Carolina, 4-0) At East Carolina At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/18/12 A 3/17/12 A 3/16/12 A 2/24/06 N

0-3 0-0 0-1 L, 4-7 L, 5-6 L, 4-5 L, 3-4

EAST TENN. STATE (East Tennessee State, 2-1) At East Tenn. State 1-2 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 2/15/13 A W, 6-4 2/16/13 A L, 3-8 2/17/13 A L, 7-9

ELON

(Elon, 3-1) At Elon At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/14/15 A 2/14/15 A 2/13/15 A 4/5/28 N

1-3 0-0 0-1 L, 6-11 L, 2-7 L, 15-16 L, 2-8

EVANSVILLE (Evansville, 3-1) At Evansville At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/7/02 N 3/4/02 N 3/1/84 N 3/1/84 N

0-0 0-0 1-3 L, 7-11 L, 3-8 L, 0-6 W, 1-0

FLORIDA G.C.

(Tied, 1-1) At Florida Gulf Coast 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-1 Game-By-Game 3/11/09 N W, 18-16 3/10/09 N L, 11-12 (14)

FLA. SOUTHERN

(Eastern Kentucky, 2-1) At Eastern Kentucky 0-2 At Penn State 1-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 2/27/11 A L, 6-7 2/26/11 A L, 5-7 2/26/11 H W, 7-1

(Florida Southern, 6-1) At Florida Southern 0-4 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-2 Game-By-Game 3/7/91 N W, 7-6 3/6/87 A L, 3-4 3/6/84 N L, 1-6 3/3/84 N L, 6-20 1975 A L, 0-9 1975 A L, 0-3 1975 A L, 0-8

EAST. MICHIGAN

FLORIDA STATE

EAST. KENTUCKY

(Eastern Michigan, 5-3) At Eastern Michigan 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 3-5 Game-By-Game 3/4/89 N L, 1-4 3/4/89 N L, 3-6 3/3/87 N L, 4-12 3/2/87 N W, 9-8 3/5/84 N W, 4-3 3/4/84 N W, 9-5 3/2/84 N L, 2-5 2/26/84 N L, 5-6

(Penn State, 1-0) At Florida State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 6/8/57 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 6-0

FORDHAM

(Penn State, 10-4) At Fordham 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 3-0 N/A 7-4 Game-By-Game 3/8/91 N W, 8-5 6/3/53 N W, 4-2 6/5/52 N W, 13-4 1920 N/A W, 3-2 1916 N/A L, 0-1 (10) 1910 N/A W, 3-0 1906 N/A W, 5-3 1905 N/A L, 3-4 1904 N/A W, 2-1 1903 N/A W, 5-4 1902 N/A L, 1-17 1899 N/A W, 4-2 1897 N/A L, 11-12 1896 N/A W, 11-6

FRESNO STATE (Fresno State, 3-0) At Fresno State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/12/14 A 3/11/14 A 3/12/03 A

0-3 0-0 0-0 L, 3-12 L, 3-13 L, 2-7

FURMAN

(Furman, 3-1) At Furman At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/19/06 A 3/18/06 A 3/18/06 A 4/21/24 A

1-3 0-0 0-0 L, 5-7 L, 4-8 W, 4-2 L, 1-15

GARDNER-WEBB

(Penn State, 2-1) At Gardner-Webb 2-1 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 2/17/14 A W, 4-3 (10) 2/16/14 A L, 3-7 2/16/14 A W, 6-4

GEORGETOWN (Penn State, 27-9) At Georgetown At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 4/7/98 A 4/7/98 A 3/25/97 H 3/25/97 H 1973 N/A 4/23/60 A 4/23/60 A 4/25/59 H 4/25/59 H 5/10/58 A

14-7 12-1 0-0 1-1 W, 11-3 L, 1-7 W, 3-2 W, 6-1 W, 6-4 W, 7-0 W, 13-4 W, 17-3 W, 9-0 W, 13-0


Opponent Series 5/10/58 4/27/57 4/27/57 5/10/56 5/10/56 5/7/55 5/7/55 5/2/53 5/1/53 4/12/52 4/12/52 4/29/50 4/28/50 4/30/49 4/29/49 4/24/48 4/23/48 4/26/47 4/26/47 5/3/46 4/22/38 4/18/35 3/28/29 4/7/28 4/18/27 1902

A H H A A H H H A A A A A H H A A H H A A A A A A N/A

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

GEORGE MASON (Penn State, 3-1) At George Mason At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/26/05 N 3/19/95 A 3/18/95 A 3/18/95 A

3-0 0-0 0-1 L, 5-6 W, 7-5 W, 5-3 W, 9-1

GEORGE WASH.

(Penn State, 31-25) At George Washington 8-14 At Penn State 18-10 At Neutral Site 1-1 N/A 4-0 Game-By-Game 4/16/03 H L, 6-11 5/10/91 N W, 7-2 4/21/91 H W, 5-4 4/21/91 H W, 3-2 4/20/91 H L, 3-6 4/20/91 H W, 4-3 4/1/90 A L, 2-10 4/1/90 A L, 2-5 3/31/90 A L, 2-5 3/31/90 A L, 2-9 5/13/89 N L, 2-3 4/2/89 H W, 11-3 4/2/89 H W, 1-0 4/1/89 H L, 3-7 4/1/89 H L, 9-10 4/2/88 A L, 3-4 4/2/88 A L, 1-2 4/1/88 A L, 5-6 4/1/88 A L, 0-3 4/5/87 H L, 1-3 4/5/87 H W, 1-0 4/4/87 H W, 8-2 4/4/87 H W, 3-0 4/5/86 A L, 1-2 4/5/86 A L, 2-7

4/7/85 4/6/85 4/6/85 4/27/84 4/27/84 4/26/84 4/26/84 4/8/83 4/7/83 4/7/83 4/12/80 4/12/80 4/21/79 4/15/78 4/16/77 4/16/77 4/17/76 4/17/76 4/20/75 4/20/75 1974 1974 1972 4/21/71 4/5/70 4/5/70 5/10/69 5/10/69 4/2/37 5/11/34 1906

H H H H H H H A A A H H H H A A H H A A N/A N/A N/A A H H A A A A N/A

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

GEORGIA TECH

(Georgia Tech, 4-2) At Georgia Tech 0-2 At Penn State 2-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 0-2 Game-By-Game 5/3/24 H W, 6-0 5/2/24 H W, 4-1 4/19/24 A L, 0-5 4/18/24 A L, 1-2 1923 N/A L, 2-14 1923 N/A L, 3-7

GONZAGA (Gonzaga, 3-0) At Gonzaga At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/12/05 N 3/8/05 N 3/14/03 N

0-0 0-0 0-3 L, 6-8 L, 6-14 L, 5-6

HARVARD

(Harvard, 2-0) At Harvard At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 4/30/32 A 1909 N/A

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 0-5 L, 3-5

HIGH POINT (High Point, 2-1) At High Point At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/24/08 A 2/23/08 A 2/23/08 A

ILLINOIS 1-2 0-0 0-0 L, 4-7 L, 1-14 W, 4-2

HOFSTRA

(Penn State, 4-3) At Hofstra At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/2/14 N 3/1/14 N 3/1/14 N 3/28/10 H 3/27/10 H 3/27/10 H 3/26/10 H

0-0 3-1 1-2 W, 10-4 L, 2-5 L, 0-5 W, 8-4 W, 9-4 W, 2-1 L, 1-7

HOLY CROSS

(Holy Cross, 7-0) At Holy Cross 0-4 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 0-2 Game-By-Game 6/15/52 N L, 4-15 5/17/29 A L, 1-12 5/19/28 A L, 2-6 5/23/25 A L, 1-5 5/17/24 A L, 4-11 1922 N/A L, 1-4 1912 N/A L, 1-3

HOUSTON (Houston 2-0) At Houston At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/5/13 A 3/6/13 A

0-2 0-0 0-0 L, 8-14 L, 5-15

HOUSTON BAPTIST (Penn State, 2-1) At Houston Baptist 2-1 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/8/13 A W, 8-3 3/9/13 A W, 8-4 3/9/13 A L, 10-11 (10)

HOWARD

(Penn State, 4-2) At Howard At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 4/12/81 A 4/12/81 A 4/19/80 H 4/19/80 H 4/14/78 H 4/15/77 A

2-1 2-1 0-0 L, 5-6 W, 8-0 L, 2-5 W, 5-1 W, 8-5 W, 6-4

(Illinois, 33-30) At Illinois 13-16 At Penn State 15-17 At Neutral Site 2-2 Big Ten Tournament 3-4 Game-By-Game 3/26/16 A W, 5-3 3/26/16 A L, 1-6 3/25/16 A L, 0-5 4/26/15 H L, 3-6 4/25/15 H L, 2-4 (15) 4/24/15 H L, 1-10 4/20/14 H L, 6-7 4/19/14 H L, 3-8 4/18/14 H L, 3-6 5/12/13 A L, 4-5 5/11/13 A L, 6-8 5/10/13 A L, 0-9 5/13/12 H W, 3-2 5/12/12 H W, 8-6 5/11/12 H W, 3-2 4/3/11 H W, 13-4 4/2/11 H W, 3-1 4/1/11 H L, 6-7 4/4/10 A L 3-15 4/3/10 A L 8-10 4/2/10 A W 16-9 4/26/09 H L, 2-9 4/25/09 H L, 5-11 4/24/09 H L, 3-7 4/27/08 A L, 6-17 4/26/08 A W, 16-5 4/26/08 A W, 10-7 4/25/08 A L, 11-20 5/25/07 N W, 6-2 5/1/05 H W, 9-1 4/30/05 H L, 4-6 4/30/05 H L, 3-6 4/29/05 H W, 3-2 5/2/04 A W, 4-0 5/1/04 A W, 4-1 5/1/04 A W, 2-1 4/30/04 A W, 8-1 5/11/03 H W, 2-0 5/10/03 H L, 0-3 5/10/03 H W, 3-2 5/9/03 H W, 4-1 5/11/02 A L, 1-4 5/11/02 A W, 2-1 5/10/02 A L, 1-3 5/21/00 N L, 3-5 5/20/00 N W, 6-0 5/19/00 N L, 3-5 5/16/98 A L, 5-11 5/14/98 A W, 5-2 4/20/97 H W, 13-3 4/19/97 H L, 5-11 4/19/97 H W, 8-7 4/18/97 H W, 13-8 5/18/96 H L, 3-11 3/30/96 A W, 10-5 3/30/96 A L, 0-3 3/29/96 A W, 13-6 5/2/93 H L, 6-8 5/1/93 H L, 2-7 5/1/93 H W, 5-1 4/30/93 H W, 11-1 3/29/92 A L, 1-4 3/28/92 A L, 4-6

3/28/92 3/27/92

A A

L, 0-2 L, 0-5

ILLINOIS STATE (Penn State, 1-0) At Illinois State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/10/03 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 5-1

ILL.-CHICAGO

(Penn State, 1-0) At Illinois-Chicago 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-0 Game-By-Game 3/8/92 N W, 15-5

INDIANA

(Penn State, 40-37) At Indiana 15-18 At Penn State 23-17 At Neutral Site 2-2 Big Ten Tournament 2-2 Game-By-Game 3/23/15 H W, 13-7 3/22/15 H L, 4-5 (12) 5/11/14 H L, 2-9 5/10/14 H L, 1-8 5/9/14 H L, 0-10 3/23/13 A L, 3-11 3/23/13 A L, 0-2 3/22/13 A L, 3-11 3/25/12 H L, 1-2 3/24/12 H W, 4-3 (10) 3/23/12 H L, 2-14 4/18/09 A L, 2-3 4/18/09 A L, 1-15 4/17/09 A W, 9-7 5/23/08 N L, 8-11 5/21/08 N W, 6-1 4/20/08 H W, 11-9 4/19/08 H W, 3-2 4/19/08 H W, 8-1 4/18/08 H W, 7-3 4/29/07 A L, 7-8 4/28/07 A L, 1-3 4/28/07 A W, 6-2 4/27/07 A W, 6-4 4/30/06 H W, 11-0 4/29/06 H L, 0-3 4/29/06 H L, 2-3 4/28/06 H W, 5-4 5/23/03 N W, 8-4 5/4/03 H W, 7-3 5/3/03 H L, 4-8 5/3/03 H L, 9-13 5/2/03 H W, 15-12 5/6/02 A W, 14-9 5/5/02 A W, 6-2 5/5/02 A W, 6-4 5/4/02 A L, 9-11 3/24/01 A W, 7-1 3/24/01 A L, 3-6 3/23/01 A W, 14-4 3/26/00 H W, 7-6 3/26/00 H W, 5-4 3/25/00 H W, 9-4 3/24/00 H L, 1-3

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Opponent Series 4/4/99 4/3/99 4/3/99 4/2/99 3/29/98 3/28/98 3/28/98 3/27/98 5/12/97 5/11/97 5/11/97 5/10/97 5/17/96 3/26/96 3/25/96 3/25/96 3/24/96 4/23/95 4/23/95 4/22/95 4/22/95 4/17/94 4/16/94 4/16/94 4/15/94 3/28/93 3/27/93 3/27/93 3/26/93 4/26/92 4/26/92 4/25/92 4/25/92

H H H H A A A A H H H H N A A A A H H H H A A A A A A A A H H H H

W, 9-3 L, 6-7 W, 4-3 W, 7-6 L, 17-23 L, 5-6 W, 7-3 W, 10-7 W, 7-6 W, 13-9 W, 8-7 L, 3-4 L, 2-6 L, 2-5 L, 4-7 W, 7-4 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 L, 0-1 W, 8-3 W, 4-3 L, 3-4 W, 6-5 W, 11-4 L, 6-9 L, 0-7 L, 2-4 L, 4-6 W, 7-3 L, 2-12 W, 7-6 W, 5-2 L, 3-6

INDIANA STATE (Tied, 2-2) At Indiana State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/6/01 N 3/5/01 N 3/7/94 N 4/20/66 H

IOWA

0-0 1-0 1-2 L, 3-7 L, 5-8 W, 10-6 W, 7-1

(Penn State, 39-30) At Iowa 17-14 At Penn State 21-16 At Neutral Site 1-0 Big Ten Tournament 1-0 Game-By-Game 5/20/16 H W, 5-4 (12) 5/20/16 H L, 0-8 5/19/16 H L, 2-3 4/21/13 H W, 7-4 4/20/13 H L, 2-5 4/20/13 H W, 8-7 4/22/12 A L, 2-4 4/21/12 A W, 2-0 4/20/12 A W, 5-2 5/8/11 A L, 1-2 (10) 5/7/11 A W, 3-2 5/6/11 A L, 4-11 5/9/10 H L 9-13 5/8/10 H L 3-9 5/7/10 H W 6-2 5/10/09 A L, 3-5 5/9/09 A W, 5-4 (11) 5/8/09 A W, 8-6 40

5/11/08 5/10/08 5/10/08 5/9/08 5/24/07 4/8/07 4/7/07 4/6/07 4/9/06 4/8/06 4/8/06 4/7/06 4/24/05 4/23/05 4/23/05 4/22/05 4/25/04 4/24/04 4/24/04 4/23/04 4/8/01 4/7/01 4/7/01 4/6/01 4/16/00 4/15/00 4/15/00 4/14/00 5/2/99 5/1/99 5/1/99 4/30/99 4/19/98 4/18/98 4/18/98 4/17/98 4/6/97 4/5/97 4/4/97 4/7/96 4/7/96 4/6/96 4/6/96 5/15/95 5/15/95 5/14/95 5/14/95 4/24/94 4/23/94 4/23/94 4/22/94

H H H H N A A A H H H H A A A A H H H H H H H H A A A A H H H H A A A A A A A H H H H H H H H A A A A

W, 11-8 W, 13-9 W, 6-5 W, 6-5 (10) W, 5-3 L, 2-6 L, 0-1 W, 6-1 W, 11-10 L, 1-2 L, 3-11 L, 1-6 L, 3-10 L, 3-13 W, 5-4 L, 5-6 L, 2-6 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 L, 3-6 L, 3-10 W, 1-0 L, 6-7 W, 3-1 W, 8-1 W, 3-0 W, 15-2 W, 15-11 W, 15-10 L, 1-4 W, 10-0 W, 9-1 W, 15-9 L, 2-6 L, 4-5 L, 2-3 W, 21-15 L, 6-7 W, 11-5 W, 7-3 L, 4-7 W, 5-1 W, 6-1 L, 9-10 L, 1-15 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 2-16 W, 14-13 W, 8-4 W, 6-4

JACKSONVILLE (Penn State, 2-1) At Jacksonville At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/8/06 N 3/11/93 A 3/10/93 A

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2-0 0-0 0-1 L, 3-7 W, 7-0 W, 13-4

JAMES MADISON

(Penn State, 12-11) At James Madison 5-9 At Penn State 7-1 At Neutral Site 0-1 Game-By-Game 3/27/05 A W, 1-0 3/26/05 A W, 3-2 3/26/05 A L, 3-12 2/27/05 N L, 5-6 4/30/03 H W, 15-12 4/30/03 H W, 3-2 2/24/02 A L, 8-11 2/23/02 A L, 4-11 4/10/01 H W, 13-4 4/10/01 H L, 1-4 2/20/00 A L, 2-7 2/19/00 A W, 11-10 2/19/00 A L, 6-7 2/22/92 A L, 0-5 2/22/92 A W, 2-1 4/23/91 H W, 4-3 4/23/91 H W, 4-0 4/24/90 A L, 0-6 4/24/90 A W, 5-4 4/25/89 H W, 4-3 4/25/89 H W, 1-0 4/30/87 A L, 5-10 4/30/87 A L, 7-8

KANSAS

(Kansas, 1-0) At Kansas At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/13/07 A

0-1 0-0 0-0 L, 5-18

KANSAS STATE (Kansas State, 3-1) At Kansas State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/17/07 N 2/16/07 N 3/13/94 N 3/12/94 N

0-0 0-0 1-3 L, 1-4 L, 0-5 W, 5-3 L, 3-5

KENNESAW ST. (Penn State, 1-0) At Kennesaw State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/1/08 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 4-3

KENT STATE (Kent State, 9-8) At Kent State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 4/27/16 H 4/20/16 A 4/21/15 A 4/1/15 H 4/22/14 A 4/9/13 H

4-3 4-4 1-1 L, 2-6 L, 9-10 W, 15-5 L, 7-9 L, 1-4 W, 3-2

4/3/13 4/25/12 4/3/12 4/5/11 3/31/10 3/30/10 3/21/10 3/19/10 4/1/09 3/24/09 4/4/07

A H A A H A N N H A H

L, 0-10 W, 6-4 W, 9-7 L, 6-7 W 10-8 L 8-9 L 5-10 W 7-3 L, 3-4 W, 9-2 W, 9-3

KENTUCKY (Kentucky, 2-1) At Kentucky At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/27/89 N 2/26/89 N 2/26/89 N

LAFAYETTE

0-0 0-0 1-2 W, 12-9 L, 2-7 L, 5-8

(Penn State, 24-23-2) At Lafayette 7-10-2 At Penn State 10-7 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 7-6 Game-By-Game 4/6/16 A W, 20-12 4/8/90 H L, 5-7 4/8/90 H W, 12-8 3/27/89 A L, 7-10 3/27/89 A L, 3-4 3/29/87 A L, 7-18 3/29/87 A W, 18-2 3/27/86 H W, 6-5 3/27/86 H L, 2-7 5/1/81 H W, 7-3 4/2/80 H W, 10-1 4/22/79 H W, 12-11 4/5/78 A T, 1-1 4/7/76 A W, 6-4 4/9/75 A L, 13-16 1973 N/A W, 8-7 1972 N/A L, 9-11 4/27/71 H L, 4-6 5/13/70 A W, 13-2 6/2/69 H W, 3-0 5/1/68 A L, 2-3 5/11/66 A L, 4-5 4/19/65 H L, 1-9 5/3/63 H W, 6-2 4/22/61 H W, 3-2 4/29/60 A L, 1-9 5/29/58 A L, 1-9 5/17/58 A L, 7-8 4/20/57 A W, 2-1 4/13/56 H W, 2-1 4/16/55 A W, 4-3 4/24/54 H L, 3-5 4/17/53 A T, 2-2 4/26/52 H W, 5-0 4/28/51 A L, 0-5 5/4/50 H L, 1-3 4/27/49 A W, 5-2 4/19/46 H L, 3-4 1920 N/A L, 1-3 1919 N/A W, 3-2 1916 N/A L, 1-4

1916 1915 1914 1911 1907 1906 1900 1899

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

W, 13-3 W, 4-2 L, 4-10 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-9 L, 6-7

LA SALLE

(Penn State, 9-3) At La Salle At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 4/23/13 H 4/27/10 H 4/29/09 H 4/22/08 H 3/23/97 A 3/23/97 A 3/22/97 A 3/22/97 A 3/16/91 A 3/16/91 A 3/17/90 H 3/17/90 H

4-1 5-2 0-0 W, 7-4 L, 2-3 W, 9-3 W, 7-3 W, 15-4 L, 0-2 W, 7-4 W, 28-1 W, 8-7 L, 3-4 W, 8-0 W, 7-5

LEHIGH

(Penn State, 34-6-2) At Lehigh At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 3/8/09 N 3/23/08 H 3/23/08 H 3/21/08 H 3/7/06 N 4/4/77 H 3/31/76 A 4/2/75 H 1974 N/A 1972 N/A 4/8/70 A 4/9/69 H 4/10/68 A 4/12/67 H 4/8/66 A 4/8/66 A 4/7/65 H 4/6/63 H 4/6/62 A 5/11/60 A 5/15/57 H 5/27/55 H 5/1/54 A 4/10/53 H 5/26/44 A 5/3/44 H 7/24/43 H 4/6/40 A 1921 N/A 1917 N/A 1916 N/A 1914 N/A 1913 N/A 1912 N/A 1911 N/A

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


Opponent Series 1910 1907 1906 1902 1901

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

W, 6-2 W, 3-2 W, 9-3 W, 10-7 W, 11-5

LE MOYNE (Penn State, 2-1) At Le Moyne At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/27/11 H 3/26/11 H 3/25/11 H

0-0 2-1 0-0 W, 10-3 W, 6-2 L, 6-10

LIBERTY

(Liberty, 5-0) At Liberty At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/15/15 A 3/14/15 A 2/23/13 A 2/24/13 A 2/24/13 A

0-2 0-0 0-0 L, 2-3 L, 6-7 L, 1-4 L, 3-12 L, 1-6

LONG ISLAND (Penn State, 4-0) At Long Island At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/11/00 N 3/8/00 N 1972 N 5/3/41 H

0-0 1-0 3-0 W, 20-4 W, 11-6 W, 7-5 W, 6-4

MAINE

(Tied, 2-2) At Maine At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/14/93 N 3/12/92 N 3/10/92 N 5/27/76 N

0-0 0-0 2-2 W, 6-0 L, 5-6 W, 5-4 L, 4-11

MANHATTAN (Tied, 2-2) At Manhattan At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 5/30/57 N 1904 N 1903 N 1903 N

0-0 0-0 2-2 W, 2-1 L, 0-6 W, 3-2 L, 1-9

MARYLAND

(Penn State, 15-12) At Maryland 5-4 At Penn State 8-7 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 2-1 Game-By-Game 4/30/16 H L, 3-8 4/30/16 H W, 2-0 4/29/16 H L, 1-7 5/9/12 A L, 3-7 (5) 4/20/11 H W, 4-2 4/15/03 H L, 2-3 4/16/02 A L, 7-10 2/29/92 H W, 5-1 5/1/85 H W, 13-1 5/1/85 H L, 6-10 5/18/70 H W, 9-6 5/19/68 H W, 2-1 5/14/66 H L, 1-3 5/15/65 A W, 8-2 5/15/65 A W, 5-1 5/16/64 H W, 8-2 5/16/64 H L, 6-12 4/29/63 A W, 5-1 4/29/63 A W, 3-2 5/1/62 H W, 6-5 4/24/61 A W, 5-3 5/7/60 H L, 6-10 4/14/38 A L, 4-7 4/14/33 A L, 8-13 1920 N/A W, 6-1 1920 N/A W, 17-10 1919 N/A L, 1-7

MASSACHUSETTS (UMass, 2-1) At UMass At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 5/10/91 N 5/9/87 N 5/5/85 N

0-0 0-0 1-2 L, 3-4 L, 4-10 W, 22-12

McNEESE STATE (Penn State, 1-0) At McNeese State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/5/11 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 12-6

MIAMI (Fla.) (Miami, 4-0) At Miami At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/11/08 N 3/28/04 A 3/27/04 A 3/27/04 A

0-3 0-0 0-1 L, 0-10 L, 3-11 L, 0-1 L, 1-6

MIAMI (Ohio) (Miami, 2-1) At Miami At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/14/98 N 3/11/98 N 3/7/98 N

MICHIGAN

0-0 0-0 1-2 L, 5-15 W, 13-1 L, 5-15

(Penn State, 48-43) At Michigan 25-18 At Penn State 21-21 At Neutral Site 1-4 N/A 1-0 Big Ten Tournament 3-2 Game-By-Game 4/12/15 H L, 3-8 4/11/15 H L, 3-5 4/10/15 H W, 11-1 4/14/13 A L, 1-8 4/13/13 A L, 2-3 4/12/13 A L, 1-5 4/15/12 H W, 6-4 4/14/12 H W, 14-1 4/13/12 H L, 3-7 5/21/11 A W, 11-8 5/20/11 A L, 4-5 (11) 5/19/11 A W, 1-0 5/22/10 H L, 4-7 5/21/10 H W, 6-5 5/20/10 H L, 3-6 4/5/09 A W, 16-5 4/4/09 A L, 5-9 4/4/09 A W, 6-4 4/6/08 H W, 10-1 4/5/08 H L, 3-6 4/5/08 H L, 0-1 4/4/08 H L, 2-3 5/25/07 A (4) W, 6-5 5/13/07 A W, 15-5 5/13/07 A W, 9-3 5/12/07 A W, 5-4 5/12/07 A L, 5-11 5/14/06 H L, 0-4 5/13/06 H W, 13-2 5/13/06 H L, 0-2 5/12/06 H L, 0-7 5/22/05 H L, 4-8 5/21/05 H L, 2-4 5/21/05 H L, 4-5 5/20/05 H W, 4-3 5/26/04 N L, 2-7 5/23/04 A W, 5-2 5/23/04 A L, 1-5 5/22/04 A L, 0-7 5/22/04 A L, 2-9 5/24/03 N W, 3-2 4/27/03 A W, 6-4 4/26/03 A L, 5-6 4/26/03 A L, 2-4 4/25/03 A W, 6-5 4/28/02 H W, 1-0 4/27/02 H W, 5-2 4/27/02 H W, 4-1 4/26/02 H L, 4-15 5/18/01 N L, 2-10 3/31/01 A W, 9-3

3/31/01 3/30/01 4/30/00 4/29/00 4/29/00 4/28/00 5/16/99 5/15/99 5/15/99 5/14/99 5/3/98 5/2/98 5/2/98 5/1/98 3/30/97 3/29/97 3/29/97 3/28/97 5/16/96 4/21/96 4/21/96 4/20/96 4/20/96 4/8/95 4/8/95 4/11/94 4/11/94 4/9/94 4/9/94 4/12/93 4/12/93 4/11/93 4/11/93 5/11/92 5/11/92 5/10/92 5/10/92 5/29/75 5/27/75 1909

A W, 4-1 A W, 2-1 H W, 18-9 H W, 6-3 H W, 4-1 H W, 3-1 H W, 15-13 H W, 13-3 H L, 1-6 H W, 5-4 A W, 9-6 A W, 15-9 A W, 6-5 A W, 8-1 A L, 4-14 A L, 6-17 A L, 3-8 A L, 3-10 H (4) W, 14-3 A W, 2-0 A W, 8-2 A L, 1-8 A W, 7-5 A L, 9-10 A W, 5-4 H L, 3-4 H W, 5-2 H L, 0-4 H W, 2-1 H L, 7-16 H L, 0-8 H L, 0-8 H W, 3-1 A W, 7-2 A W, 9-2 A W, 8-3 A L, 3-5 N L, 7-10 N L, 1-5 N/A W, 9-7

MICHIGAN STATE

(Michigan State, 48-35) At Michigan State 16-21 At Penn State 18-26 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 1-0 Big Ten Tournament 0-1 Game-By-Game 4/10/16 H W, 7-6 4/10/16 H L, 2-5 4/8/16 H L, 0-7 5/10/15 A L, 3-5 5/9/15 A L, 4-5 5/8/15 A W, 5-3 5/17/14 H L, 6-7 5/16/14 H L, 1-4 5/16/14 H L, 2-4 5/18/13 H L, 1-2 5/17/13 H W, 9-0 5/16/13 H L, 1-16 5/19/12 A L, 2-9 5/18/12 A W, 6-5 5/17/12 A W, 3-2 5/1/11 A L, 5-10 4/30/11 A L, 4-5 4/29/11 A L, 4-5 (10) 5/2/10 H W, 9-1 5/1/10 H W, 22-5 4/30/10 H W, 18-7

5/3/09 5/2/09 5/1/09 5/4/08 5/4/08 5/3/08 5/2/08 4/16/07 4/15/07 4/15/07 4/14/07 4/16/06 4/15/06 4/15/06 4/14/06 5/15/05 5/14/05 5/14/05 5/13/05 5/27/04 5/16/04 5/15/04 5/15/04 5/14/04 5/18/03 5/17/03 5/17/03 5/19/02 5/18/02 5/18/02 5/17/02 5/13/01 5/12/01 5/12/01 5/11/01 4/9/00 4/9/00 4/7/00 4/11/99 4/10/99 4/10/99 4/5/98 4/4/98 4/4/98 4/3/98 4/2/95 4/2/95 4/1/95 4/1/95 5/9/94 5/9/94 5/8/94 5/8/94 4/18/93 4/18/93 4/17/93 4/17/93 4/5/92 4/5/92 4/4/92 4/4/92 1920

A L, 5-6 A L, 1-9 A L, 1-12 H L, 1-4 H L, 2-10 H W, 2-1 H L, 3-7 A W, 10-4 A W, 6-5 A L, 1-4 A W, 3-1 H W, 12-11 H L, 4-6 H L, 5-9 H W, 10-9 A W, 3-2 A L, 5-6 A L, 6-10 A W, 7-6 N L, 7-8 H L, 4-7 H L, 5-11 H W, 3-2 H L, 3-7 A W, 4-3 A L, 7-8 A W, 6-2 H L, 3-16 H L, 0-14 H L, 0-16 H L, 7-16 H W, 10-1 H W, 8-7 (8) H W, 6-3 H W, 12-11 A L, 1-2 A W, 7-4 (8) A W, 19-4 A L, 9-16 A W, 16-6 A L, 3-4 H W, 21-8 H L, 9-13 H W, 5-3 H W, 8-0 A W, 11-7 A W, 5-1 A L, 7-8 A L, 2-10 H W, 9-8 H W, 9-4 H L, 5-7 H L, 2-4 A W, 6-4 A L, 1-11 A L, 3-4 A L, 3-6 H L, 1-3
 H L, 9-10 H L, 15-16 H L, 2-9 N/A W, 14-5

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Opponent Series MINNESOTA

(Minnesota, 44-24) At Minnesota 13-28 At Penn State 10-12 At Neutral Site 1-4 Big Ten Tournament 1-4 Game-By-Game 4/19/15 A L, 5-9 4/18/15 A L, 1-8 4/17/15 A L, 1-6 4/26/14 A L, 0-12 4/26/14 A L, 0-4 4/25/14 A L, 1-2 5/5/13 H W, 4-3 (10) 5/4/13 H L, 3-7 5/3/13 H L, 2-11 5/6/12 A L, 2-8 5/5/12 A W, 5-1 5/4/12 A W, 4-3 (10) 5/26/11 N L, 2-8 5/15/11 H W, 4-2 5/14/11 H L, 2-3 5/13/11 H W, 7-0 5/16/10 A L, 1-8 5/15/10 A L, 1-5 5/14/10 A L, 7-12 5/16/09 H W, 10-8 5/15/09 H L, 2-4 5/14/09 H L, 6-7 5/17/08 A L, 2-4 5/16/08 A W, 9-7 5/16/08 A W, 5-3 5/15/08 A L, 7-11 5/26/07 N L, 3-4 3/31/07 H L, 2-9 3/31/07 H W, 3-2 3/30/07 H L, 2-3 4/2/06 A L, 0-5 4/1/06 A L, 0-5 4/1/06 A W, 12-2 3/31/06 A W, 7-3 4/17/05 H L, 8-11 4/16/05 H W, 7-5 4/16/05 H L, 3-5 4/15/05 H W, 13-5 4/18/04 A W, 4-3 4/17/04 A W, 8-4 4/17/04 A L, 3-6 4/16/04 A L, 2-7 5/23/03 A L, 3-4 4/13/03 A L, 2-8 4/12/03 A L, 1-2 5/19/01 N W, 5-2 5/15/98 N L, 5-14

MISSISSIPPI ST.

(Mississippi St., 2-0) At Mississippi St. 0-2 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/7/12 A L, 6-10 3/6/12 A L, 3-7

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MISSOURI (Missouri, 1-0) At Missouri At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 6/14/52 N

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 2-3

MONMOUTH (Monmouth, 2-1) At Monmouth At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/19/16 N 3/10/08 N 3/7/05 N

0-0 0-0 1-2 L, 1-3 L, 7-9 W, 6-3

MT. ST. MARY’S (Penn State, 5-3-1) At Mount St. Mary’s At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 4/24/12 H 4/21/10 H 4/15/09 H 4/18/07 H 1905 N/A 1904 N/A 1902 N/A 1901 N/A 1897 N/A

0-0 2-2 0-0 3-1-1 W, 5-3 L, 1-2 W, 8-3 L, 8-16 W, 5-1 W, 7-1 W, 12-2 T, 6-6 L, 8-11

NAVY

(Navy, 34-33-1) At Navy At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 3/24/02 A 3/23/02 A 3/27/90 A 3/27/90 A 3/19/88 A 3/19/88 A 3/21/87 H 3/21/87 H 3/22/86 A 3/22/86 A 3/26/84 H 3/26/84 H 3/24/83 A 3/24/83 A 3/27/82 A 3/27/82 A 3/28/81 H 3/28/81 H 4/25/79 H 4/27/77 H 4/27/76 A 1974 N/A 1972 N 1972 N 6/1/71 H 5/12/70 A 5/27/69 H

PENN STATE 2017 • BASEBALL

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

5/30/68 5/30/67 6/1/65 5/26/64 5/14/63 5/5/62 5/9/61 5/5/59 4/30/58 5/7/57 5/12/56 5/10/55 5/18/54 5/6/52 5/8/51 5/23/50 5/7/49 5/15/48 4/28/45 4/28/44 4/29/42 5/7/41 4/22/39 4/23/38 4/3/37 4/8/36 4/17/35 5/12/34 4/15/33 5/11/29 3/27/29 5/8/26 4/23/24 1921 1920 1915 1911 1910 1909 1905 1903

A H H A A H A A A A H A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A H A H A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

L, 0-1 W, 9-7 W, 4-3 L, 2-5 L, 5-6 L, 1-7 L, 3-4 W, 6-3 W, 9-2 W, 8-5 W, 4-3 W, 9-3 W, 7-0 L, 2-4 W, 22-3 W, 2-1 T, 6-6 L, 5-8 L, 6-11 L, 3-5 L, 3-9 L, 1-8 W, 5-3 L, 5-6 W, 6-1 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 L, 3-4 W, 4-2 W, 10-4 L, 5-8 L, 10-12 L, 0-1 W, 4-1 L, 5-6 W, 4-1 W, 10-1 W, 4-1 W, 9-3 W, 11-1 W, 1-0

NEBRASKA

(Nebraska, 6-1) At Nebraska 1-5 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Big Ten Tournament 0-1 Game-By-Game 5/15/16 A L, 1-8 5/14/16 A L, 0-6 5/13/16 A W, 7-4 5/4/14 A L, 4-8 5/3/14 A L, 2-9 5/2/14 A L, 3-13 5/24/12 N L, 3-12

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (Penn State, 1-0) At Nebraska At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/3/13 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 3-0

NEW MEXICO ST.

(Penn State, 2-0) At New Mexico State 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 2-0 Game-By-Game 3/7/86 N W, 2-1 3/4/86 N W, 11-3

NYIT

(Penn State, 10-2) At NYIT At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/11/16 N 3/18/14 H 3/17/14 H 3/22/09 H 3/21/09 H 3/20/09 H 4/23/00 H 4/23/00 H 2/26/94 H 3/25/90 A 3/26/88 H 3/26/88 H

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

0-0 3-1 0-0 W, 16-4 W, 4-1 L, 3-4 W, 4-1

NICHOLLS STATE (Nicholls State, 1-0) At Nicholls State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/25/90 N

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 2-5

NORFOLK STATE (Penn State, 19-2-1) At Norfolk State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/13/11 A 3/13/11 A 3/12/11 A 3/12/11 A 4/20/05 H 4/20/05 H 2/29/04 A 2/28/04 A 2/17/02 A 2/16/02 A 2/27/00 A 2/26/00 A 2/26/00 A 4/13/99 H 4/13/99 H 2/23/97 A

A A A A A A

W, 4-1 W, 8-7 T, 3-3 L, 3-4 W, 13-2 W, 12-1

NORTH CAROLINA (North Carolina, 7-6) At North Carolina 2-5 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 2-1 N/A 2-1 Game-By-Game 3/4/07 A L, 4-5 3/3/07 A W, 3-2(10) 3/2/07 A L, 4-8 5/28/00 N W, 10-3 5/28/00 N W, 6-5 5/26/00 N L, 5-14 2/13/00 A L, 2-3 (10) 2/13/00 A L, 10-21 4/2/29 A L, 5-7 4/13/27 A W, 3-0 1916 N/A W, 15-9 (10) 1914 N/A W, 3-0 1913 N/A L, 1-5

N.C. STATE

NIAGARA

(Penn State, 3-1) At Niagara At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/19/16 H 3/19/16 H 3/18/16 H 5/10/11 H

2/22/97 2/22/97 2/25/96 2/25/96 3/15/86 3/15/86

15-2-1 4-0 0-0 W, 5-0 L, 2-4 W, 12-1 W, 5-1 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 W, 12-2 W, 10-1 W, 8-2 W, 6-5 W, 21-3 W, 6-0 W, 16-0 W, 13-7 W, 6-2 W, 13-2

(Penn State, 4-2) At N.C. State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/5/11 A 3/5/11 A 3/4/11 A 2/25/06 N 4/12/27 A 4/22/24 A

4-1 0-0 0-1 W, 9-4 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 8-2 W, 11-9

UNC ASHEVILLE (UNC Asheville, 1-0) At UNC Asheville At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/13/03 N

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 1-3

UNC GREENSBORO

(UNC Greensboro, 3-0) At UNC Greensboro 0-3 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 2/26/12 A L, 0-6 2/25/12 A L, 3-8 2/24/12 A L, 7-10

UNC WILMINGTON

(UNC Wilmington, 3-2) At UNC Wilmington 1-3 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-0 Game-By-Game 3/7/16 A W, 5-4 3/6/16 A L, 2-11 3/5/16 A L, 1-5 2/25/05 N W, 4-3 2/16/97 A L, 5-8


Opponent Series NORTHWESTERN

(Penn State, 38-35) At Northwestern 12-22 At Penn State 24-13 At Neutral Site 2-0 Big Ten Tournament 1-0 Game-By-Game 3/29/14 H W, 10-6 3/28/14 H W, 7-3 4/10/11 A L, 8-9 4/9/11 A W, 7-3 4/9/11 A W, 12-0 4/11/10 H W, 6-5 4/10/10 H L, 2-3 4/9/10 H L, 5-11 2/21/09 N W, 9-1 4/22/07 H W, 6-4 4/21/07 H W, 11-5 4/21/07 H W, 1-0 4/20/07 H W, 7-6 4/23/06 A W, 15-5 4/22/06 A L, 4-5 4/22/06 A L, 2-3 4/21/06 A W, 12-1 4/10/05 A W, 3-0 4/9/05 A W, 2-1 4/9/05 A W, 4-2 4/8/05 A L, 2-3 4/11/04 H W, 4-1 4/10/04 H W, 5-4 4/10/04 H W, 6-5 4/9/04 H L, 4-7 5/21/03 N W, 6-0 4/20/03 H W, 11-1 4/19/03 H W, 4-3 4/19/03 H L, 1-2 4/18/03 H W, 6-4 4/21/02 A L, 2-4 4/20/02 A W, 5-4 4/20/02 A L, 4-5 4/19/02 A L, 12-14 5/6/01 H L, 4-5 5/5/01 H L, 3-10 5/5/01 H L, 0-4 5/4/01 H W, 14-6 5/14/00 A W, 12-6 5/13/00 A L, 11-12 5/12/00 A L, 6-11 4/19/99 A L, 0-4 4/18/99 A L, 4-6 4/18/99 A W, 4-2 4/17/99 A L, 1-2 4/12/98 H W, 14-11 4/11/98 H W, 8-5 4/11/98 H L, 4-5 4/10/98 H L, 18-20 4/27/97 A L, 2-3 4/26/97 A L, 1-6 4/26/97 A L, 1-6 4/25/97 A W, 5-1 4/28/96 H W, 6-3 4/27/96 H L, 5-9 4/27/96 H W, 7-3 4/26/96 H W, 3-0 4/15/95 A L, 0-4 4/15/95 A L, 1-3 4/14/95 A L, 1-3 4/14/95 A W, 3-0 5/15/94 H W, 7-6

5/15/94 5/14/94 5/14/94 4/24/93 4/24/93 4/23/93 4/23/93 4/12/92 4/12/92 4/11/92 4/11/92

H H H A A A A H H H H

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

NOTRE DAME

(Notre Dame, 10-3) At Notre Dame 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 3-7 N/A 0-3 Game-By-Game 2/20/11 N L, 5-8 2/28/10 N L, 8-9 3/11/04 N L, 2-4 3/8/04 N L, 2-8 3/10/99 N L, 3-6 3/7/99 N L, 1-3 3/6/99 N W, 6-5 3/12/97 N L, 8-9 3/8/97 N W, 9-2 6/11/57 N W, 5-4 1913 N/A L, 3-5 1912 N/A L, 1-6 1909 N/A L, 0-9

OHIO STATE

(Ohio State, 63-35) At Ohio State 14-36 At Penn State 19-24 At Neutral Site 2-3 Big Ten Tournament 2-3 Game-By-Game 4/6/15 A L, 7-8 4/5/15 A L, 6-7 4/4/15 A L, 1-7 4/13/14 A L, 6-12 4/12/14 A L, 0-7 4/11/14 A W, 5-4 4/27/13 A L, 3-8 4/27/13 A L, 8-10 4/26/13 A L, 1-3 5/23/12 N L, 5-12 4/29/12 H W, 8-7 4/28/12 H W, 5-4 4/27/12 H L, 1-4 4/24/11 H W, 10-9 4/23/11 H W, 5-2 4/22/11 H L, 1-5 4/25/10 A W, 14-6 4/24/10 A W, 18-10 4/23/10 A L, 1-3 3/29/09 H W, 15-11 3/28/09 H L, 2-12 3/27/09 H L, 3-8 3/30/08 A L, 0-2 3/29/08 A W, 5-2 3/29/08 A W, 3-1 3/28/08 A L, 0-15 5/23/07 N L, 3-10 5/20/07 H L, 2-3 5/19/07 H W, 3-2 5/19/07 H W, 4-2

5/18/07 5/21/06 5/20/06 5/20/06 5/19/06 5/9/05 5/8/05 5/8/05 5/7/05 5/10/04 5/9/04 5/9/04 5/8/04 5/24/03 4/6/03 4/5/03 4/5/03 4/4/03 4/7/02 4/6/02 4/6/02 4/5/02 5/17/01 4/22/01 4/21/01 4/21/01 4/20/01 5/17/00 5/8/00 5/7/00 5/7/00 5/6/00 4/25/99 4/24/99 4/24/99 4/23/99 4/25/98 4/25/98 4/24/98 5/4/97 5/4/97 5/3/97 5/2/97 5/13/96 5/13/96 5/12/96 5/12/96 3/26/95 3/26/95 3/25/95 3/25/95 4/2/94 4/2/94 4/1/94 5/16/93 5/16/93 5/15/93 5/15/93 4/19/92 4/19/92 4/18/92 4/18/92 4/18/59 4/18/59 4/17/59 4/19/58 4/19/58 4/18/58

H A A A A H H H H A A A A N H H H H A A A A N A A A A N H H H H A A A A H H H A A A A H H H H H H H H A A A H H H H A A A A H H H A A A

W, 3-2 L, 2-12 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 3-4 L, 6-11 L, 2-29 L, 10-13 L, 2-11 L, 4-9 W, 6-3 W, 1-0 L, 1-3 L, 3-13 W, 10-2 L, 5-7 W, 2-1 L, 3-4 L, 0-11 L, 0-10 L, 6-7 W, 14-2 W, 4-3 L, 4-6 L, 6-16 W, 9-4 W, 8-3 W, 8-7 L, 8-9 W, 4-1 L, 3-9 L, 5-8 L, 8-10 L, 0-1 L, 9-10 L, 0-4 W, 4-2 L, 11-15 L, 2-8 W, 11-8 L, 6-16 L, 0-6 L, 3-12 W, 8-7 L, 5-9 W, 8-4 W, 8-4 W, 3-1 L, 3-8 W, 15-13 L, 5-7 L, 5-17 L, 3-6 L, 3-12 L, 7-8 L, 0-6 L, 3-6 L, 0-2 L, 0-8 L, 1-10 W, 9-7 L, 1-5 W, 8-2 W, 6-1 L, 3-6 L, 4-9 W, 7-2 L, 0-9

OKLAHOMA (Oklahoma, 3-0) At Oklahoma At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/6/85 N 3/5/85 N 1973 N

0-0 0-0 0-3 L, 0-8 L, 0-12 L, 0-6

OKLAHOMA ST.

(Oklahoma State, 3-0) At Oklahoma State 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-3 Game-By-Game 3/8/83 N L, 1-5 6/16/59 N L, 3-4 6/14/59 N L, 6-8

OLD DOMINION

(Old Dominion, 5-7) At Old Dominion 5-7 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/9/11 A W, 10-4 3/8/11 A W, 6-1 2/26/95 A L, 4-7 2/25/95 A L, 4-11 2/25/95 A L, 3-6 2/26/94 A L, 2-8 2/26/94 A W, 7-6 3/1/93 A L, 1-5 3/1/93 A L, 1-6 2/29/92 A W, 4-3 3/13/88 A W, 1-0 3/13/88 A L, 2-3

PACE

(Penn State, 2-1) At Pace At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 4/29/01 H 4/28/01 H 4/28/01 H

0-0 2-1 0-0 L, 6-7 W, 11-5 W, 12-6

PACIFIC

(Pacific, 1-0) At Pacific At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/6/96 A

0-1 0-0 0-0 L, 3-7

PENNSYLVANIA

(Penn State, 21-18) At Penn 12-9 At Penn State 4-2 At Neutral Site 5-0 N/A 0-7 Game-By-Game 3/11/03 N W, 6-2 3/13/98 N W, 19-1 3/10/98 N W, 14-12 3/13/92 N W, 7-1 3/9/92 N W, 6-3

4/18/62 4/14/60 5/2/59 5/16/58 4/13/57 4/21/56 5/28/55 5/26/54 4/25/53 5/17/52 5/25/51 4/15/49 4/11/41 5/8/40 4/21/39 4/13/38 5/9/36 5/4/35 6/9/34 6/7/30 4/21/30 4/21/30 5/15/29 5/16/28 5/19/27 5/20/26 5/21/25 1921 1914 1903 1899 1897 1896 1894

A A H A H A H A A A A A A A A A A A H A H H A A A A A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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

PITTSBURGH

(Penn State, 87-42-1) At Pittsburgh 29-16-1 At Penn State 36-14 At Neutral Site 3-2 N/A 19-10 Game-By-Game 5/11/16 A W, 11-6 4/5/16 H W, 7-0 4/29/15 H W, 8-7 3/17/15 A W, 6-1 (12) 3/27/13 H L, 8-10 4/11/12 A L, 3-5 3/21/12 H W, 5-3 5/11/11 A W, 10-3 4/13/11 H W, 5-4 3/24/10 A L, 4-7 4/9/08 A W, 6-5 4/5/06 N W, 7-4 4/6/05 N W, 9-0 5/12/94 N W, 5-2 5/12/94 N L, 7-8 3/6/91 N L, 2-4 4/5/88 A L, 6-13 4/24/86 H L, 3-7 5/14/85 H W, 5-2 5/14/85 H W, 6-4 5/11/84 H L, 5-9 5/11/84 H L, 5-12 5/15/83 A W, 9-8 5/3/81 H W, 9-2 5/3/81 H L, 0-1 5/3/80 A L, 3-7 5/3/80 A L, 2-3 5/6/79 H L, 5-7

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Opponent Series 5/6/79 5/6/78 5/6/78 5/8/77 5/8/77 5/9/76 5/9/76 4/26/75 1974 1972 5/22/71 5/22/71 5/23/70 5/17/69 5/17/69 5/22/68 5/22/68 5/21/67 5/25/66 5/25/66 5/9/65 5/9/65 6/7/64 6/7/64 5/30/64 5/30/64 5/20/61 5/20/61 5/21/60 5/21/60 5/20/59 5/20/59 5/24/58 5/24/58 5/25/57 5/25/57 5/19/56 5/19/56 5/14/55 5/13/55 5/29/54 5/28/54 5/9/53 5/9/53 5/10/52 5/9/52 5/19/51 5/18/51 5/20/50 5/19/50 5/14/49 5/13/49 5/1/48 4/30/48 4/17/48 4/16/48 5/3/47 5/2/47 5/11/46 5/19/45 5/5/45 5/20/44 5/13/44 5/30/42 5/16/42 6/7/41 5/14/41 6/8/40 5/11/40 6/10/39 44

H A A H H A A H N/A N/A H H A H H A A H A A H H H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A A A H A H H A H A H A H

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

6/9/39 5/10/39 5/10/39 6/7/24 5/23/24 1923 1923 1923 1923 1922 1922 1922 1922 1921 1921 1921 1920 1920 1920 1917 1917 1917 1916 1916 1916 1915 1915 1915 1914 1914 1913 1912

H W, 17-7 A W, 1-0 A W, 9-5 H L, 0-3 A L, 4-5 N/A L, 6-7 N/A L, 2-6 N/A W, 12-9 N/A W, 3-2 N/A L, 2-4 N/A L, 8-13 N/A W, 10-2 N/A W, 11-2 N/A L, 7-10 N/A L, 8-12 N/A W, 5-2 (10) N/A W, 18-2 N/A W, 13-7 N/A W, 11-2 N/A L, 4-8 N/A W, 4-1 N/A W, 4-2 N/A W, 4-3 N/A W, 6-3 N/A W, 5-3 N/A L, 0-4 N/A L, 0-1 N/A W, 6-2 N/A W, 7-4 N/A L, 3-6 N/A W, 5-4 N/A W, 11-3

PORTLAND (Portland, 1-0) At Portland At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/8/96 N

PRINCETON

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 7-13

(Princeton, 18-11) At Princeton 2-8 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 9-9 Game-By-Game 3/12/16 N L, 2-6 4/12/41 A L, 4-8 4/5/40 A L, 0-2 4/7/39 A L, 1-7 4/12/37 A L, 1-3 4/27/32 A L, 7-8 5/16/29 A L, 1-4 5/17/28 A W, 13-0 5/18/27 A W, 8-2 5/19/26 A L, 0-1 5/20/25 A L, 6-7 1921 N/A W, 6-5 (11) 1920 N/A W, 4-3 (11) 1915 N/A W, 3-1 1914 N/A L, 4-7 1913 N/A L, 3-8 1912 N/A W, 4-1 1911 N/A L, 3-8 1910 N/A L, 1-3 1908 N/A W, 4-3 1907 N/A L, 1-2 1906 N/A W, 1-0

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N/A W, 8-6 N/A W, 8-1 N/A L, 4-9 N/A W, 4-3 N/A L, 1-11 N/A L, 5-18 N/A L, 3-4 (10)

PURDUE

(Purdue, 45-32) At Purdue 14-25 At Penn State 18-17 At Neutral Site 0-3 Big Ten Tournament 0-2 Game-By-Game 4/2/16 H W, 7-6 (12) 4/2/16 H W, 7-2 4/1/16 H W, 3-1 5/16/15 A L, 3-7 5/14/15 A L, 2-8 4/6/14 A L, 0-4 4/5/14 A W, 6-5 4/5/14 A W, 2-1 3/31/13 H L, 5-7 3/30/13 H L, 4-5 (10) 3/29/13 H L, 5-7 4/1/12 A W, 16-6 3/31/12 A L, 0-2 3/30/12 A L, 3-9 5/25/11 N L, 2-7 4/17/11 H L, 4-15 4/17/11 H W, 4-3 4/16/11 H L, 3-5 4/18/10 A L, 3-4 4/17/10 A L, 4-6 4/16/10 A L, 7-18 5/12/09 H L, 3-9 5/11/09 H W, 11-9 5/10/09 H L, 4-6 5/22/08 N L, 6-15 4/13/08 A W, 13-3 4/12/08 A L, 1-4 4/12/08 A L, 4-12 4/11/08 A L, 8-13 5/6/07 H W, 7-3 5/6/07 H L, 1-6 5/5/07 H W, 11-2 5/5/07 H W, 4-1 5/8/06 A W, 8-6 5/7/06 A W, 4-0 5/7/06 A L, 2-6 5/6/06 A L, 5-6 4/3/05 A W, 13-0 4/2/05 A L, 3-9 4/2/05 A L, 4-6 4/1/05 A W, 6-3 4/4/04 H L, 2-18 4/3/04 H W, 7-2 4/3/04 H W, 7-3 4/2/04 H L, 3-7 3/30/03 A W, 14-4 3/29/03 A W, 13-3 3/29/03 A L, 6-11 3/28/03 A W, 6-0 3/31/02 H L, 6-10 3/30/02 H L, 3-6 3/30/02 H L, 9-10 3/29/02 H W, 1-0 4/15/01 A L, 4-5 4/14/01 A W, 3-1

4/14/01 4/13/01 4/2/00 4/1/00 4/1/00 3/31/00 5/11/99 5/10/99 5/10/99 5/9/99 5/10/98 5/10/98 5/9/98 4/30/95 4/29/95 4/29/95 4/28/95 3/27/94 3/26/94 3/25/94 3/25/94 3/7/83

A A H H H H A A A A H H H H H H H A A A A N

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

RHODE ISLAND (Tied, 1-0) At Rhode Island At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/23/16 H 5/6/83 N

0-0 1-0 0-1 W, 5-3 L, 6-7

RICHMOND (Richmond, 10-8) At Richmond At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/13/16 A 3/21/04 A 3/20/04 A 3/16/02 A 3/15/02 A 3/2/97 A 3/1/97 A 3/1/97 A 5/6/96 H 5/5/96 H 5/5/96 H 2/19/95 A 2/18/95 A 2/18/95 A 3/12/88 A 3/12/88 A 3/14/87 A 3/14/87 A

RIDER

5-10 3-0 0-0 L, 5-6 W, 5-4 W, 6-4 W, 7-2 L, 3-4 L, 8-9 L, 2-6 L, 4-9 W, 13-9 W, 8-4 W, 6-0 L, 9-19 L, 1-7 L, 2-4 L, 5-6 L, 5-11 W, 16-5 W, 9-8

(Penn State, 24-19) At Rider 9-10 At Penn State 9-8 At Neutral Site 1-0 N/A 5-1 Game-By-Game 4/7/91 A L, 3-4 4/7/91 A L, 3-14 4/9/89 A W, 3-1 4/9/89 A W, 4-2 4/10/88 H L, 11-17 4/10/88 H W, 8-5

4/12/87 4/12/87 4/13/86 4/13/86 4/14/85 4/14/85 4/17/84 4/17/84 4/18/82 4/18/82 4/19/81 4/19/81 4/13/80 4/13/80 4/24/79 4/23/78 4/23/78 4/24/77 5/3/76 4/27/75 4/27/75 1974 1974 1973 1973 1972 1972 5/2/71 5/10/70 5/10/70 5/4/69 5/4/69 5/5/68 5/5/68 4/16/67 4/16/67 5/3/63

A A H H A A A A H H A A H H A H H A H A A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A H H A A H H H H N

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

ROBERT MORRIS (Penn State, 5-1) At Robert Morris At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 5/2/82 A 5/2/82 A 4/18/81 H 4/18/81 H 4/18/80 H 4/18/80 H

RUTGERS

2-0 3-1 0-0 W, 4-3 W, 11-5 W, 6-1 W, 11-4 L, 1-3 W, 4-0

(Penn State, 41-29) At Rutgers 14-16 At Penn State 16-7 At Neutral Site 6-5 N/A 5-1 Game-By-Game 4/24/16 A W, 7-5 4/23/16 A L, 4-6 4/22/16 A L, 0-5 5/3/15 H W, 8-5 5/2/15 H W, 12-1 5/1/15 H W, 8-1 3/15/09 N W, 7-3 3/14/09 N L, 2-5 3/14/09 N L, 5-6 (10) 3/13/09 N W, 12-8 5/27/00 N W, 6-5 5/11/91 N L, 6-12


Opponent Series 5/12/89 5/8/87 3/28/87 3/28/87 3/29/86 3/29/86 3/30/85 3/30/85 4/23/84 4/23/84 4/4/81 4/4/81 4/20/79 4/7/79 4/7/79 4/8/78 4/8/78 4/9/77 4/9/77 4/10/76 4/10/76 4/12/75 4/12/75 1974 1974 1973 1973 1972 1972 4/17/71 4/17/71 5/29/70 4/18/70 4/18/70 4/20/68 4/20/68 4/22/67 4/22/67 4/23/66 4/23/66 4/24/65 4/24/65 4/18/64 4/18/64 4/20/63 5/3/61 4/30/60 5/3/57 5/5/56 4/15/55 5/5/54 5/2/52 4/27/51 4/15/50 6/7/49 4/26/49 4/26/40 6/3/39

N N A A H H A A A A A A N A A H H A A H H A A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A A N H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A H H A H H A H N A A H

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

SACRED HEART (Penn State, 1-0) At Sacred Heart At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/5/06 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 17-2

SAINT JOSEPH’S (Penn State, 8-2) At St. Joseph’s At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/8/09 N 3/4/00 N 4/30/94 A 4/30/94 A 3/3/90 N 3/3/90 N 4/29/83 H 4/29/83 H 5/28/71 N 5/27/71 N

2-0 2-0 4-2 W, 8-7 W, 21-0 W, 8-1 W, 13-6 W, 12-4 W, 11-4 W, 10-7 W, 7-6 L, 1-2 L, 0-3

SAINT MARY’S (Penn State, 3-2) At Saint Mary’s At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/9/14 A 3/8/14 A 3/7/14 A 3/13/99 N 3/11/99 N

1-2 0-0 2-0 W, 9-6 L, 0-4 L, 2-6 W, 14-9 W, 8-6

ST. BONAVENTURE (Penn State, 30-5-1) At St. Bonaventure 10-4 At Penn State 18-1-1 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 2-0 Game-By-Game 3/29/05 H W, 15-4 4/7/04 H W, 9-8 4/10/02 H W, 5-2 4/18/01 H W, 11-9 4/19/00 H W, 7-1 3/29/95 H T, 7-7 3/29/95 H W, 1-0 4/14/91 H W, 9-1 4/14/91 H W, 4-0 4/13/91 H W, 2-1 4/13/91 H L, 1-6 4/29/90 A L, 1-4 4/29/90 A L, 1-2 4/28/90 A L, 3-5 4/28/90 A L, 1-2 4/30/89 H W, 6-5 4/30/89 H W, 5-0 4/29/89 H W, 7-6 4/29/89 H W, 11-1 5/1/88 A W, 7-6 5/1/88 A W, 14-3 4/30/88 A W, 9-5 4/30/88 A W, 8-3 5/2/87 H W, 20-0 5/2/87 H W, 19-5 5/4/86 A W, 14-10 5/3/86 A W, 4-0 5/3/86 A W, 6-1 4/21/85 H W, 17-0 4/20/85 H W, 10-3 4/20/85 H W, 4-0 4/22/83 A W, 7-6 4/21/83 A W, 11-5

4/21/83 1913 1911

A N/A N/A

W, 7-0 W, 15-1 W, 4-0

ST. FRANCIS (Pa.)

(Penn State, 3-0) At St. Francis (Pa.) 0-0 At Penn State 3-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 4/23/79 H W, 10-1 3/30/79 H W, 10-2 4/12/30 H W, 23-10

ST. JOHN’S

(St. John’s, 13-9) At St. John’s At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 2/20/09 N 4/14/83 H 4/14/83 H 4/17/82 H 4/17/82 H 4/25/81 A 4/25/81 A 4/26/80 H 4/26/80 H 4/29/78 H 4/29/78 H 4/30/77 A 4/30/77 A 1974 N/A 1972 N 5/31/57 N 6/8/49 N 6/8/49 N 6/7/49 N 1911 N/A 1907 N/A 1906 N/A

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

SAMFORD (Samford, 3-1) At Samford At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/5/12 A 3/4/12 A 3/3/12 A 3/8/95 A

1-3 0-0 0-0 L, 3-7 L, 1-4 W, 7-4 L, 6-8

SAN DIEGO (San Diego, 2-0) At San Diego At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/2/88 N 2/29/88 N

0-0 0-0 0-2 L, 4-7 L, 5-11

SAN FRANCISCO (San Francisco, 1-0) At San Francisco At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/11/05 N

0-0 0-0 0-1 L, 1-6

SAN JOSE STATE (San Jose State, 2-0) At San Jose State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/10/96 A 3/8/96 A

0-2 0-0 0-0 L, 3-9 L, 1-8

SANTA CLARA (Santa Clara, 5-1) At Santa Clara At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/15/14 A 3/14/14 A 3/13/14 A 3/9/96 N 3/7/96 A 3/2/96 A

1-4 0-0 0-1 L, 3-6 L, 5-10 W, 6-5 L, 2-8 L, 0-10 L, 1-3

SETON HALL (Penn State, 7-6-1) At Seton Hall At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 2/17/12 N 2/18/11 N 2/27/10 N 2/22/09 N 5/1/86 A 5/1/86 A 5/27/76 N 1974 N/A 1973 N 5/29/70 N 6/6/49 N 1913 N/A 1910 N/A 1899 N/A

(South Carolina, 6-1) At South Carolina At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 2/28/16 A 2/27/16 A 2/26/16 A 3/11/15 A 3/10/15 A 1912 N/A 1912 N/A

0-5 0-0 0-0 1-1 L, 2-4 L, 5-16 L, 1-7 L, 3-13 L, 0-3 W, 8-7 L, 7-11

SOUTH FLORIDA (South Florida, 7-1) At South Florida At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/23/14 A 2/22/14 A 2/21/14 A 3/10/91 A 3/9/91 A 3/2/89 A 3/5/87 A 1975 A

1-7 0-0 0-0 L, 5-6 L, 7-11 L, 1-19 L, 3-4 L, 4-12 L, 1-6 L, 0-5 W, 9-3

USC 0-2 0-0 4-3 3-1-1 L, 3-6 W, 8-6 W, 3-2 W, 6-1 L, 3-13 L, 6-7 L, 2-3 L, 1-4 W, 5-3 L, 0-1 W, 20-8 W, 6-3 W, 9-2 T, 9-9

SIENA

(Penn State, 2-0) At Siena At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/2/02 N 3/25/90 N

S. CAROLINA

0-0 0-0 2-0 W, 9-4 W, 9-6

(USC, 2-0) At USC At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/14/94 N 3/12/94 N

0-0 0-0 0-2 L, 2-6 L, 3-5

SO. ILLINOIS

(Tied, 1-1) At Southern Illinois 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-1 Game-By-Game 3/9/04 N L, 9-12 3/7/04 N W, 8-7

SOUTHERN UTAH (Penn State, 1-0) At Southern Utah At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/10/05 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 13-2

STANFORD (Stanford, 0-1) At Stanford At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/4/96 A

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0-1 0-0 0-0 L, 0-8

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Opponent Series STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (Penn State, 1-0) At Stephen F. Austin 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 1-0 Game-By-Game 3/1/13 N W, 4-2

TCU

(TCU, 3-0) At TCU At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-by-Game 5/8/16 H 5/7/16 H 5/7/16 H

TEMPLE

0-0 0-3 0-0 L, 5-9 L, 4-5 L, 2-6

(Penn State, 51-34-1) At Temple 13-13 At Penn State 30-14-1 At Neutral Site 4-5 N/A 4-2 Game-By-Game 3/17/13 A L, 2-3 (10) 3/17/13 A L, 2-4 3/25/09 A W, 7-4 4/11/07 H W, 14-8 4/27/99 H W, 8-3 4/27/99 H W, 12-5 4/22/97 H W, 11-3 4/22/97 H W, 15-1 3/16/96 A L, 3-7 3/16/96 A W, 9-2 3/23/95 H W, 6-4 3/23/95 H W, 9-0 3/24/92 A L, 13-20 3/26/91 H W, 5-4 3/26/91 H W, 8-4 4/12/88 A W, 8-3 4/12/88 A W, 5-4 4/14/87 H L, 1-4 4/14/87 H W, 5-4 4/15/86 A W, 4-1 4/15/86 A L, 5-6 5/4/85 N L, 5-13 4/16/85 H W, 8-3 5/7/84 H L, 1-6 5/6/84 H L, 7-10 5/6/83 N L, 5-13 5/5/83 N W, 5-2 3/7/83 N L, 3-4 3/6/83 N W, 6-4 4/25/82 A L, 5-12 4/26/81 H W, 5-4 5/10/80 A W, 9-8 5/10/80 A W, 6-5 5/12/79 H L, 5-10 5/13/78 A L, 0-2 5/14/77 H L, 4-13 5/15/76 A L, 12-13 5/17/75 H W, 3-0 5/17/75 H W, 3-0 1974 N/A W, 6-2 1974 N/A W, 8-3 1973 N W, 4-2 1973 N/A W, 3-2 1973 N/A L, 1-3

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1972 1972 1972 1972 5/9/71 5/9/71 5/2/70 5/2/70 5/3/69 5/8/68 4/8/67 4/9/66 4/17/65 5/20/64 5/21/63 5/22/62 5/23/61 5/18/60 6/4/59 5/22/59 5/14/58 5/21/57 4/27/56 5/9/55 5/15/54 5/23/53 5/26/51 4/18/50 5/21/47 5/20/42 5/17/41 4/23/40 5/4/39 5/11/38 5/22/37 5/23/36 5/25/35 4/28/34 5/25/32 6/6/31 6/4/30 6/1/29

N N N/A N/A H H A A H H H A H H A H A H N A A A H A H A A H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H

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

TEXAS

(Texas, 8-2) At Texas At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/1/09 A 2/28/09 A 2/28/09 A 2/27/09 A 6/3/00 N 6/2/00 N 3/8/94 A 6/12/63 N 6/9/57 N 6/12/52 N

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0-5 0-0 2-3 L, 0-9 L, 0-1 L, 2-6 L, 2-9 L, 0-10 L, 3-7 L, 1-4 L, 4-6 W, 4-1 W, 5-3

TEXAS A&M (Texas A&M, 10-1) At Texas A&M At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/22/15 A 2/21/15 A 2/20/15 A 3/10/10 A 3/9/10 A 3/6/01 A 3/5/01 A 3/4/01 A 3/11/97 A 3/14/94 A 3/11/94 A

TOWSON 1-10 0-0 0-0 L, 2-5 L, 2-15 L, 3-9 L, 0-7 L, 3-17 L, 1-2 L, 2-13 L, 2-7 L, 1-18 W, 6-1 L, 7-8

UT-PAN AMER.

(UT- Pan American, 6-4) At UT- Pan American 2-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 2-6 Game-By-Game 3/10/01 A W, 13-2 3/9/01 A W, 8-4 3/7/86 N L, 1-4 3/5/86 N L, 3-6 3/3/86 N L, 1-4 3/9/85 N W, 1-0 3/5/85 N W, 2-1 3/4/85 N L, 2-3 3/10/83 N L, 3-8 3/9/83 N L, 2-3

TEXAS STATE (Texas State, 5-0) At Texas State At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/14/10 A 3/13/10 A 3/12/10 A 3/12/04 N 3/8/99 A

0-4 0-0 0-1 L, 4-5 L, 6-15 L, 6-20 L, 2-5 L, 3-5

UTSA

(Penn State, 2-2) At UT-San Antonio At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/2/13 N 3/6/04 N 3/9/94 A 3/9/94 A

1-1 0-0 1-1 L, 2-3 W, 6-5 L, 0-1 W, 5-1

TOLEDO

(Penn State, 2-1) At Toledo At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/11/06 N 3/9/00 N 3/6/00 N

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

(Penn State, 6-4) At Towson At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/31/93 A 3/31/93 A 3/31/92 A 3/31/92 A 4/19/90 A 4/19/90 A 4/11/87 H 4/11/87 H 3/23/86 A 3/23/86 A

VILLANOVA 5-3 1-1 0-0 L, 5-7 W, 10-8 L, 5-6 W, 7-3 L, 12-16 W, 7-5 L, 1-5 W, 5-4 W, 21-10 W, 6-2

TROY

(Troy, 2-1) At Troy At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/29/08 N 3/9/01 N 3/8/01 N

0-0 0-0 1-2 L, 2-5 W, 13-3 L, 1-4

TULANE

(Tulane, 3-0) At Tulane At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 2/19/06 A 2/18/06 A 2/17/06 A

0-3 0-0 0-0 L, 3-9 L, 0-12 L, 4-9

UNLV

(Penn State, 1-0) At UNLV At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/4/01 N

0-0 0-0 1-0 W, 2-0

VANDERBILT (Vanderbilt, 1-0) At Vanderbilt At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/2/87 N

VERMONT

0-0 0-0 0-0 L, 4-5

(Penn State, 3-1) At Vermont 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 3-1 Game-By-Game 1917 N/A W, 6-2 1915 N/A W, 1-0 1914 N/A W, 5-3 1909 N/A L, 1-4

(Penn State, 33-29) At Villanova 9-6 At Penn State 14-11 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 10-12 Game-By-Game 3/25/15 H W, 5-2 5/13/14 A W, 5-4 5/14/13 H W, 7-4 5/12/09 H L, 5-10 4/30/08 A L, 5-7 5/16/06 A L, 5-8 5/17/05 H L, 10-12 5/12/04 A L, 2-5 5/13/03 H L, 8-13 4/3/76 A W, 10-4 1974 N/A L, 13-14 1973 N/A W, 6-5 4/10/71 H W, 7-6 4/11/70 A W, 7-5 4/12/69 A W, 10-9 4/13/68 H L, 0-1 4/15/67 H L, 3-4 4/10/65 H L, 1-10 4/17/64 A W, 8-4 4/17/63 H W, 3-1 4/8/61 H L, 6-9 4/13/60 A L, 6-9 5/1/57 H W, 11-2 5/16/56 A W, 8-4 5/18/55 H W, 8-0 5/19/54 A W, 7-3 4/11/53 H W, 12-9 6/6/52 H W, 9-6 5/5/52 A L, 1-12 5/16/51 H W, 12-5 5/24/50 A W, 5-4 5/10/49 H W, 9-0 5/14/48 A L, 1-3 5/30/47 H W, 9-8 5/23/45 H W, 12-10 4/10/43 A W, 3-2 4/29/39 H W, 10-5 4/30/38 H L, 4-11 5/1/37 H L, 5-11 5/2/36 H L, 5-11 5/27/31 H W, 5-4 5/12/26 H L, 0-2 1916 N/A L, 5-7 1914 N/A W, 3-1 1911 N/A W, 7-1 1911 N/A W, 16-1 1910 N/A L, 0-1 1909 N/A L, 5-11 1909 N/A L, 3-4 1909 N/A L, 1-2 1908 N/A L, 0-4 1907 N/A L, 3-6 1907 N/A W, 10-2 1906 N/A W, 6-4 1906 N/A L, 3-12 1905 N/A W, 10-7 1905 N/A W, 8-4 1905 N/A W, 6-2 1904 N/A L, 4-8 1903 N/A L, 7-8 1903 N/A W, 5-4 1902 N/A L, 3-4


Opponent Series VIRGINIA

(Virginia, 12-11-2) At Virginia 5-9 At Penn State 1-1 At Neutral Site 0-1 N/A 5-1-2 Game-By-Game 2/22/04 A W, 8-3 2/21/04 A L, 1-7 5/15/02 H W, 12-11 5/15/02 H L, 4-12 2/25/01 A W, 7-6 (10) 2/24/01 A L, 5-6 2/24/01 A L, 4-15 2/21/99 A W, 4-2 2/20/99 A L, 3-4 2/20/99 A L, 3-6 2/22/98 A L, 4-8 2/21/98 A L, 2-9 2/21/98 A L, 2-5 2/16/97 N L, 4-12 4/17/33 A W, 5-2 4/2/28 A W, 12-5 4/16/27 A L, 4-6 1923 N/A W, 9-1 1921 N/A W, 14-2 1910 N/A T, 4-4 1910 N/A T, 0-0 1908 N/A W, 9-5 1906 N/A W, 5-1 1905 N/A W, 13-2 1894 N/A L, 4-14

VMI

(Penn State, 3-2) At VMI 0-1 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 3-1 Game-By-Game 4/7/47 A L, 2-6 1921 N/A W, 8-4 1919 N/A W, 6-4 1907 N/A W, 9-4 1894 N/A L, 5-6

WAKE FOREST (Wake Forest, 4-1) At Wake Forest At Penn State At Neutral Site Game-By-Game 3/2/08 N 2/11/01 A 2/10/01 A 4/4/28 A 4/15/27 A

1-3 0-0 0-1 L, 4-15 L, 2-3 L, 5-10 W, 5-2 L, 0-5

WASHINGTON

(Tied, 1-1) At Washington 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 N/A 1-1 Game-By-Game 1923 N/A L, 2-8 1905 N/A W, 13-8

WEST VIRGINIA (Penn State, 70-40) At West Virginia At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 3/22/16 H 4/14/15 A 4/8/14 H 2/18/12 N 2/19/11 N 2/26/06 N 4/13/93 A 4/13/93 A 4/14/92 H 4/14/92 H 3/31/91 A 3/31/91 A 3/30/91 A 3/30/91 A 4/22/90 H 4/22/90 H 4/21/90 H 4/21/90 H 4/23/89 A 4/23/89 A 4/22/89 A 4/22/89 A 5/7/88 H 4/24/88 H 4/23/88 H 4/23/88 H 4/26/87 A 4/26/87 A 4/25/87 A 4/25/87 A 4/27/86 H 4/27/86 H 4/26/86 H 5/6/85 N 4/27/85 A 4/27/85 A 4/26/85 A 4/14/84 A 4/14/84 A 4/28/83 H 4/28/83 H 4/27/83 H 5/1/82 A 5/1/82 A 5/2/81 H 5/2/81 H 5/4/80 A 5/4/80 A 4/18/79 H 4/18/79 H 4/20/77 H 4/20/77 H 4/21/76 A 4/21/76 A 4/23/75 H 4/23/75 H 1973 N/A 1972 N/A 4/29/70 A 4/30/69 H 4/30/69 H 4/26/67 H

20-18 38-17 1-2 11-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-3 W, 8-4 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 L, 4-5 W, 7-4 W, 15-6 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 L, 4-5 L, 5-9 W, 6-2 L, 2-6 W, 10-6 W, 6-3 L, 3-6 L, 6-7 L, 5-6 W, 17-4 L, 4-8 W, 15-6 W, 3-2 L, 3-9 L, 0-9 L, 1-5 W, 10-4 L, 0-6 W, 10-1 L, 4-5 W, 4-3 L, 2-4 L, 5-14 L, 9-14 W, 4-3 L, 1-2 L, 7-8 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 L, 1-11 L, 2-3 W, 8-7 W, 13-0 L, 4-5 W, 7-6 W, 10-4 L, 4-6 W, 3-0 W, 5-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 8-3 W, 7-3 W, 8-6 W, 7-3 W, 6-0 W, 12-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-9 W, 7-1 W, 2-1

5/3/66 5/5/65 5/6/64 5/16/63 4/27/60 5/16/59 5/18/57 4/18/56 4/18/56 4/23/55 4/22/55 4/10/54 4/10/54 5/20/53 5/20/53 4/19/52 4/19/52 5/6/50 5/6/50 4/19/47 4/18/47 5/22/46 5/2/42 5/1/42 4/12/40 5/20/39 5/19/39 5/21/38 5/20/38 4/17/37 4/16/37 4/18/36 4/17/36 6/2/34 5/16/25 5/9/25 1919 1917 1917 1917 1916 1916 1915 1914 1909 1907 1905 1904

A H H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H H H H H H H H H A A H H H H H H H H A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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

W. CAROLINA

(Western Carolina, 0-1) At Western Carolina 0-0 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-1 Game-By-Game 3/13/15 N L, 2-4

WICHITA STATE

(Wichita State, 2-4) At Wichita State 2-4 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/20/11 A W, 9-4 (11) 3/19/11 A W, 4-2 3/18/11 A L, 0-9 3/11/07 A L, 1-2 3/10/07 A L, 0-3 3/9/07 A L, 2-7

WILLIAM & MARY

(Penn State, 3-2) At William & Mary 3-2 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 3/21/99 A W, 7-2 3/20/99 A W, 5-1 3/20/99 A L, 10-16 3/1/92 A L, 3-10 3/16/86 A W, 9-7

WINTHROP

(Winthrop, 5-4) At Winthrop 4-4 At Penn State 0-0 At Neutral Site 0-1 Game-By-Game 3/20/10 N L, 13-14 (10) 3/19/00 A L, 8-9 3/18/00 A W, 4-3 3/1/98 A L, 3-8 2/28/98 A L, 9-10 2/28/98 A W, 6-0 2/19/96 A W, 12-1 2/18/96 A L, 0-1 2/18/96 A W, 9-4

WRIGHT STATE

(Wright State, 2-1) At Wright State 0-0 At Penn State 1-2 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 4/7/13 H W, 11-3 4/6/13 H L, 2-6 4/5/13 H L, 4-7 (11)

YALE

(Tied, 3-3) At Yale At Penn State At Neutral Site N/A Game-By-Game 4/28/32 A 1922 N/A 1921 N/A 1920 N/A 1906 N/A 1903 N/A

0-1 0-0 0-0 3-2 L, 1-11 W, 7-4 W, 9-3 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 L, 1-4

YOUNGSTOWN ST. (Penn State, 7-2) At Youngstown State 1-1 At Penn State 6-1 At Neutral Site 0-0 Game-By-Game 03/29/16 H W, 6-1 4/1/14 H W, 15-2 4/23/08 H W, 5-4 (13) 4/6/91 H W, 6-4 4/6/91 H L, 0-3 4/11/89 A W, 6-5 4/11/89 A L, 0-3 3/29/88 H W, 4-3 3/29/88 H W, 1-0

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Coaching History Year 1875 1881 1882 1889 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

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W-L-T N/A 0-1 1-2 9-0 4-1 4-7-1 4-4 6-3 2-10 0-5 10-4-1 8-3 10-3-1 7-7 8-8-1 13-8 15-2 14-5 19-3-1 12-3 11-9 14-3-2 16-5 12-5 11-9 13-8-1 17-4 16-7 10-8 1-0 9-3 18-3 22-3 11-8 11-10 7-12 5-10-1 9-7 12-5 15-3 8-9 11-6 8-2 9-4 5-4 8-5 7-8 13-4 12-4 10-7 15-4 14-2 9-8 13-8 8-6 11-5 7-3 10-1-1 11-7 12-4 19-5-1 15-6 10-3 17-6 14-5-1 9-7 17-5 16-4 22-2 14-5 17-6 9-9 9-6 10-3 14-6 15-6-1 12-8-1 15-8 12-6-1 10-12 14-8 17-8 15-6 18-5-1 19-7 18-6 22-9 19-7 18-6 16-6-2 20-5 17-7 17-12 17-11 16-23

Captain(s) N/A None None J.C. Mock C.M. Atherton C.M. Atherton W.A. Stuart None L. F. Hayes None H.C. Johnson D.K. Miller B.H. Sharpe R.M. Huber F.L. Rohrbach J.D. Elder E.H. Ray Irish McIlveen H.D. Mason W.F. Cree C.L. Hirshman Bull McCleary A.T. Kelly J.F. Eberlein R.B. Whitney E.E. Miller G.A. Vogt A.H. Wardwell S. Robinson George Wheeling W.B. Mullan Nelson R. Korb Hinkey Haines William W. Ullery H.L. Koehler M.H. Palm N.L. McVictor T.C. Wilson P.R. Page Jr. B.A. Harrington George S. Delp Rodney C. Fry J.P. Livezey George D. Hoopes Regis E. Smith William Kascsak W.B. McKechnie P.R. Miller Michael L. Kornick, J. Franklin Smith Ben P. Simoncelli Raymond C. Brake Paul G. Menzie, Martin Valeri Edward Sapp William J. Debler William E. Thomas None None None Gene Sutherland Robert R. Gehrett Harold R. Hackman Richard Wertz William Ondick William Hopper Silvio P. Cerchie Keith L. Vesling Charles W. Russo Bob McMullen Jim Lockerman Don Stickler Bob Hoover Gilbert Kahn Jr. Richard E. DeLong John F. Phillips Dick Anderson Dave Felak John H. Gregory Ronald McClure, Barry Miller Shorty Stoner Walt Kanaskie Joe Comforto Mike Egleston, Walter Garrison Roy C. Swanson Harry Rogers, Mark Tanner Don Stine Jerry Micsky, Rick Sherkel Samuel R. Lammie Greg Vogel Kevin J. Maronic David J. Delenick Jeffrey S. Rumberger Robert L. Orwig Paul Gallagher Robert D’Ambrosio Randy Simcox

PENN STATE 2017 • BASEBALL

Head Coach None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed None Appointed W.B. Burns None Appointed None Appointed Pop Golden Pop Golden Pop Golden Pop Golden Irish McIlveen Irish McIlveen Irish McIlveen Irish McIlveen Bull McCleary Walter Manning Walter Manning Walter Manning R.J. Harley R.J. Harley R.J. Harley None Appointed George Wheeling Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek Hugo Bezdek F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk F. Joseph Bedenk Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Chuck Medlar Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner

1984 24-17 Randy Simcox, Al Warrington 1985 32-14 Mike Obeid 1986 29-19 C.J. Sichler 1987 29-19 Tim Hurley 1988 24-26 Stephen Federici, Paul Pitarra 1989 23-19-1 Chris Franks, Keith Ripka 1990 22-23 Gary Miller, Keith Ripka 1991 25-20 Scott Biesecker, Russ Mushinsky 1992 24-24 Brian Ishler, Russ Mushinsky 1993 15-28 Chris Cisar, Dave Hall 1994 25-24 Dave Hall, Ryan Wheeler 1995 25-29-1 Dave Bochna, Shawn Reese 1996 32-24-1 Jim Jaskowski, Jared Sadlowski 1997 29-24 Carl Albrecht, Nate Bump, Jared Sadlowski 1998 28-24 Adam Beers, Nate Bump, Chuck Romig 1999 32-23 Dan Beers, Dan Goebeler 2000 45-19 Dan Goebler, Joe Puliafico 2001 29-29 Brian Bishop, Chris Netwall, Pete Yodis 2002 23-30 Justin Nash, Mike Watson, Chris Wright 2003 29-28 Mike DeRenzo, Wes Reohr, Zach Smithlin 2004 28-29 Jim Farrell, Brett Showalter 2005 28-27 None 2006 20-36 None 2007 31-26 None 2008 27-31 None 2009 25-26 None 2010 22-30 None 2011 32-22 None 2012 29-27 None 2013 14-36 None 2014 18-32 None 2015 18-30 None 2016 28-27 Jim Haley Total 1,996-1,392-21

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Seasons 1875-99, 1901-02, 18 1900 1903-06 1907-10 1911 1912-14 1915-17 1919 1920-30 1931-62 1963-81 1982-90 1991-04 2005-13 2014-Present

Coach None W.B. Burns Pop Golden Irish McIlveen Bull McCleary Walter Manning R.H. Harley George Wheeling Hugo Bezdek Joe Bedenk Chuck Medlar Shorty Stoner Joe Hindelang Robbie Wine Rob Cooper

All-TIME CONFERENCE RECORDS

Year Conference Record 1983 Atlantic 10 9-3 1984 Atlantic 10 9-5 1985 Atlantic 10 11-4 1986 Atlantic 10 8-7 1987 Atlantic 10 12-6 1988 Atlantic 10 9-8 1989 Atlantic 10 12-4 1990 Atlantic 10 6-10 1991 Atlantic 10 14-6 1992 Big Ten 11-17 1993 Big Ten 5-23 1994 Big Ten 12-15 1995 Big Ten 13-13 1996 Big Ten 19-8 1997 Big Ten 12-14 1998 Big Ten 15-11 1999 Big Ten 12-15 2000 Big Ten 18-9 2001 Big Ten 15-11 2002 Big Ten 11-19 2003 Big Ten 17-15 2004 Big Ten 17-15 2005 Big Ten 13-19 2006 Big Ten 13-19 2007 Big Ten 20-10 2008 Big Ten 17-15 2009 Big Ten 8-16 2010 Big Ten 9-15 2011 Big Ten 12-12 2012 Big Ten 15-9 2013 Big Ten 4-20 2014 Big Ten 5-18 2015 Big Ten 6-16 2016 Big Ten 12-12 Total 401-419 (.489) All-Time Atlantic 10 /Tournament Record: All-Time Big Ten/Tournament Record:

Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner Shorty Stoner Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Joe Hindelang Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Robbie Wine Rob Cooper Rob Cooper Rob Cooper 128 Seasons

Record Pct. 58-48-3 .545 8-3-0 .727 50-23-1 .682 56-18-3 .747 16-5-0 .762 36-22-1 .619 43-19-0 .694 9-3-0 .750 129-76-1 .629 380-158-3 .705 308-138-6 .688 216-171-1 .559 389-355-2 .523 228-261-0 .466 64-89-0 .418

Conference Tournament 1-2 -1-2 -- 0-2 -0-2 -1-2 ----1-2 -1-2 -3-2 1-2 -3-2 0-2 --3-2 1-2 --0-2 0-2 ----16-30 (.348) 90-53 (.629) / 3-10 (.231) 311-366 (.460) / 13-20 (.394)


Year-By-Year Results 1875 Game-By-Game Results Unavailable 5/19

1881 (0-1) Milesburg

1882 (1-2) Lock Haven Bucknell (1) Bellefonte (1) at Williamsport

1898 (0-5) Game-By-Game Results Unavailable

L, 20-28 L W L

4/13 5/4 5/18 6/1 6/26 7/4 8/29 9/2 9/6

1889 (9-0) Bellefonte Bellefonte Dickinson Philipsburg Alumni Altoona PRR of Philly Altoona Altoona

W, 12-4 W, 8-4 W, 6-3 W, 6-2 W, 8-1 W, 9-7 W, 21-7 W, 6-4 W, 21-7

1893 (4-1) Bucknell Dickinson Bucknell Tyrone Demorest

W, 10-2 W, 13-9 W, 10-8 W, 3-2 L, 5-7

1894 (4-7-1) Pennsylvania Dickinson Altoona Virginia Wash. & Lee VMI Franklin & Marshall Dickinson Cuban Giants Lock Haven Demorest Demorest

L, 6-21 L, 13-14 T, 10-10 L, 4-14 W, 10-6 L, 5-6 L, 3-4 W, 8-4 L, 11-13 W, 7-4 L, 1-5 W, 7-4

1895 (4-4) Dickinson Gettysburg Demorest Princeton Dickinson Cuban Giants Demorest Demorest

L, 2-3 W, 6-5 W, 14-13 L, 3-4 (10) W, 7-4 L, 4-13 L, 1-5 W, 7-2

1896 (6-3) Wash. & Jeff. Princeton Pennsylvania Fordham Westminster Colgate Dickinson Bucknell Johnstown

W, 11-6 L, 5-18 L, 6-17 W, 11-6 W, 10-5 W, 16-7 W, 8-6 W, 5-4 L, 5-13

1897 (2-10) Lock Haven Pennsylvania Fordham Princeton Dickinson Gettysburg Gettysburg Mount St. Mary’s Dickinson Bucknell Bucknell WUP

L, 4-9 L, 3-21 L, 11-12 L, 1-11 L, 5-9 L, 0-3 L, 2-5 L, 8-11 L, 1-3 L, 0-6 W, 4-3 W, 11-6

1899 (10-4-1) Susquehanna Susquehanna Pennsylvania Albright Dickinson Gettysburg Dickinson Franklin & Marshall Bucknell Fordham Seton Hall Lafayette Princeton Bucknell Cuban Giants

1900 (8-3) Head Coach: W.B. Burns Susquehanna W, 19-3 St. Mary’s W, 9-7 Gettysburg W, 13-3 PRR (YMCA) L, 7-8 Gettysburg W, 13-1 Dickinson W, 2-1 Franklin & Marshall W, 13-4 Princeton L, 4-9 PMC W, 15-12 Lafayette L, 3-9 Indiana (Pa.) W, 5-3

1901 (10-3-1) Bellefonte Susquehanna Dickinson Indiana (Pa.) Mount St. Mary’s Dickinson Gettysburg Franklin & Marshall Lehigh Penn. MC West Chester PRR (YMCA) Susquehanna Westminster

W, 11-1 W, 9-1 L, 2-13 L, 3-10 T, 6-6 W, 12-6 W, 11-6 W, 15-7 W, 11-5 W, 23-3 W, 11-4 W, 3-2 W, 11-2 L, 2-3

1902 (7-7) Susquehanna Georgetown Dickinson Mt. St. Mary’s Gettysburg Franklin & Marshall Gettysburg Bloomsburg Lehigh Villanova Fordham York YMCA Franklin & Marshall Bloomsburg

W, 21-5 L, 4-7 W, 10-5 W, 12-2 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 W, 11-0 L, 4-5 W, 10-7 L, 3-4 L, 1-17 W, 8-4 W, 17-1 L, 4-5

1903 (8-8-1) Head Coach: Pop Golden Bellefonte W, 10-0 Franklin & Mar. T, 7-7 St. Mary’s W, 7-0 Navy W, 1-0 Villanova W, 5-4 Yale L, 1-4 Fordham W, 5-4 Manhattan L, 1-9 Villanova L, 7-8 Dickinson L, 1-2 Steelton L, 4-5 Dickinson W, 7-1 Franklin & Marshall W, 6-3 Pennsylvania L, 2-4 Williamsport AA L, 2-12 Williamsport AA L, 3-4 Manhattan W, 3-2

W, 11-3 L, 2-6 L, 8-11 W, 18-2 L, 4-8 W, 7-6 W, 5-2 W, 7-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-2 T, 9-9 L, 6-7 W, 4-3 W, 6-4 W, 12-3

1904 (13-8) Head Coach: Pop Golden Bellefonte W, 3-0 Bloomsburg W, 5-1 Army L, 0-1 Manhattan L, 0-6 Fordham W, 2-1 Princeton W, 8-1 Villanova L, 4-8 Bloomsburg W, 4-1 Altoona Tri-State L, 1-9 West Virginia W, 9-5 Wash. & Jeff. W, 10-0 Dickinson W, 8-7 Franklin & Marshall W, 7-2 Dickinson L, 1-6 Mount St. Mary’s W, 7-1 Gettysburg W, 5-3 Franklin & Marshall W, 3-2 Williamsport L, 0-1 Williamsport L, 2-3 Watsontown W, 6-0 Williamsport L, 3-5

1905 (15-2) Head Coach: Pop Golden Mt. St. Mary’s W, 5-1 Navy W, 11-1 Virginia W, 13-2 Washington W, 13-8 Villanova W, 6-2 Villanova W, 8-4 Dickinson W, 10-2 Army W, 13-1 Fordham L, 3-4 Dickinson W, 17-0 Bellefonte W, 8-0 California (Pa.) L, 0-3 West Virginia W, 3-2 California (Pa.) W, 12-0 Villanova W, 10-7 Princeton W, 8-6 Bloomsburg W, 8-1

1906 (14-5) Head Coach: Pop Golden St. John’s L, 3-4 Virginia W, 5-1 George Washington W, 6-5 Susquehanna W, 3-0 Lebanon Valley W, 19-5 Bellefonte W, 11-0 Springfield AC W, 11-2 Cornell L, 1-2 (16) Dickinson L, 0-4 Lehigh W, 9-3 Army W, 9-2 Yale L, 2-3 Fordham W, 5-3 Dickinson W, 10-2 Franklin & Marshall W, 4-3 Villanova L, 3-12 Princeton W, 1-0 Lafayette W, 2-1 Villanova W, 6-4

1907 (19-3-1) Head Coach: Irish McIlveen Mercersburg L, 2-4 VMI W, 9-4 Wash. & Lee W, 10-3 Wash. & Lee W, 6-0 Bellefonte W, 5-2 St. John’s W, 11-2 Villanova W, 10-2 Dickinson W, 6-2 Indiana (Pa.) W, 6-0 Cornell W, 3-1 (17) Dickinson W, 5-4 (10) Bellefonte W, 17-1 West Virginia W, 5-1 Army W, 12-7 Villanova L, 3-6 Lehigh W, 3-2 Carnegie Tech T, 3-3 Franklin & Marshall W, 9-0 Delaware W, 8-1 Princeton L, 1-2 Lafayette W, 3-0 Indiana (Pa.) W, 8-3 Indiana (Pa.) W, 6-2

1908 (12-3) Head Coach: Irish McIlveen Carnegie Tech W, 24-1 Williamsport L, 2-4 Virginia W, 9-5 Mercersburg W, 8-1 Indiana (Pa.) W, 4-0 Dickinson W, 16-8 Susquehanna W, 2-0 Syracuse W, 4-3 Rochester W, 7-3 Cornell W, 4-2 Bucknell L, 0-3 Princeton W, 4-3 Villanova L, 0-4 WUP W, 1-0 Alumni W, 2-1

1909 (11-9) Head Coach: Irish McIlveen Navy W, 9-3 Georgetown L, 5-8 Stevens W, 7-1 Brown L, 4-5 Villanova L, 1-2 Mount Wash. W, 6-0 Carnegie Tech W, 10-0 Indiana (Pa.) W, 4-2 Dickinson W, 6-4 Bucknell W, 4-2 West Virginia W, 12-1 Notre Dame L, 0-9 Michigan W, 9-7 Villanova L, 3-4 Villanova L, 5-11 Bucknell L, 0-4 Alumni W, 7-6 All Class W, 2-0 Vermont L, 1-4 Harvard L, 3-5

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Year-By-Year Results

1910 (14-3-2) Head Coach: Irish McIlveen Carnegie Tech W, 20-1 Virginia T, 0-0 Virginia T, 4-4 Bellefonte W, 12-4 Lehigh W, 6-2 Villanova L, 0-1 Fordham W, 3-0 Brown L, 5-7 Cornell W, 5-1 Princeton L, 1-3 Dickinson W, 10-5 Navy W, 4-1 Seton Hall W, 9-2 Albright W, 6-0 Bucknell W, 2-1 Susquehanna W, 4-2 Bucknell W, 2-1 Alumni W, 8-3 All Class W, 2-1 1911 (16-5) Head Coach: Bull McCleary Bellefonte W, 3-1 Wash. & Lee W, 7-1 Wash. & Lee L, 2-3 Navy W, 10-1 Dartmouth W, 6-5 Brown L, 2-6 Springfield AC W, 8-1 St. John’s W, 4-0 Princeton L, 3-8 Dickinson W, 8-3 Cornell L, 3-4 Syracuse W, 13-2 Bucknell W, 7-3 Grove City W, 8-5 Villanova W, 16-1 Villanova W, 7-1 Lehigh W, 6-2 Dartmouth L, 2-4 Lafayette W, 3-2 St. Bonaventure W, 4-0 Susquehanna W, 3-1

1912 (12-5) Head Coach: Walter Manning South Carolina L, 7-11 South Carolina W, 8-7 N.C. A&M W, 14-2 Wash. & Lee L, 3-6 Wash. & Lee W, 6-2 Carnegie Tech W, 4-3 Susquehanna W, 20-0 Princeton W, 4-1 Dickinson W, 10-0 Dickinson W, 7-0 Notre Dame L, 1-6 Cornell L, 0-2 Holy Cross L, 1-3 Army W, 5-2 Franklin & Marshall W, 8-1 Pittsburgh W, 11-3 Lehigh W, 7-5

1913 (11-9) Head Coach: Walter Manning Catholic University L, 4-8 North Carolina L, 1-5 Trinity (N.C.) L, 3-4 N.C. A&M L, 3-4 Wash. & Lee W, 10-6 Wash. & Lee L, 3-4 Colgate W, 8-2 Colgate W, 9-8 Dickinson W, 6-5 Princeton L, 3-8 Seton Hall W, 6-3 Lehigh W, 2-0 Army W, 13-2 Albright W, 9-8 Cornell L, 3-6 St. Bonaventure W, 15-1 Carnegie Tech W, 3-1 Notre Dame L, 3-5 Pittsburgh W, 5-4 Chinese University L, 1-4

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1914 (13-8-1) Head Coach: Walter Manning North Carolina W, 3-0 Trinity (N.C.) W, 5-1 Washington & Lee L, 2-10 Pennsylvania L, 1-2 Villanova W, 3-1 Dickinson W, 14-3 West Virginia W, 5-1 Lehigh T, 3-3 Lafayette L, 4-10 Vermont W, 5-3 Dartmouth W, 5-1 Army L, 2-7 Princeton L, 4-7 Franklin & Marshall W, 6-2 W. Virginia Wesleyan W, 6-5 Wash. & Jeff. W, 11-1 Pittsburgh L, 3-6 Carnegie Tech L, 2-6 Ursinus W, 5-4 Juniata W, 11-5 Pittsburgh W, 7-4 Chinese University L, 6-8

1915 (17-4) Head Coach: R.J. Harley Navy W, 4-1 NC A&M W, 1-0 Trinity (N.C.) W, 2-1 Catholic U. W, 3-1 Susquehanna W, 7-1 West Virginia W, 10-1 Dickinson W, 10-1 Gettysburg L, 1-5 Lafayette W, 4-2 Dartmouth W, 4-1 Vermont W, 1-0 Army L, 4-9 Princeton W, 3-1 Carnegie Tech W, 12-4 Carnegie Tech W, 7-4 Wash. & Jeff. W, 13-3 Pittsburgh W, 6-2 Lebanon Valley W, 2-0 Pittsburgh L, 0-1 Pittsburgh L, 0-4 Chinese U. W, 5-4

1916 (16-7) Head Coach: R.H. Harley Gettysburg W, 5-4 (13) NC A&M L, 3-5 North Carolina W, 15-9 (10) Wash. & Lee W, 9-3 Georgetown W, 6-2 Lafayette W, 13-3 Villanova L, 5-7 West Virginia W, 8-1 Syracuse L, 1-2 Colgate W, 2-1 (10) Army W, 7-4 Fordham L, 0-1 (10) Lafayette L, 1-4 Lehigh L, 4-6 Lebanon Valley W, 5-1 Carnegie Tech W, 6-0 West Virginia L, 2-3 Carnegie Tech W, 5-3 Wash. & Jeff. W, 10-5 Franklin & Marshall W, 14-2 Pittsburgh W, 5-3 Pittsburgh W, 6-3 Pittsburgh W, 4-3

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1917 (10-8) Head Coach: R.H. Harley Catholic U. W, 2-1 Lehigh L, 9-15 Juniata W, 13-0 Susquehanna W, 13-5 Carnegie Tech L, 6-7 Middlebury L, 5-6 Vermont W, 6-2 Tufts L, 5-6 Colby W, 6-3 Boston College L, 2-6 West Virginia L, 11-12 Wash. & Jeff. W, 5-0 West Virginia W, 8-2 West Virginia L, 3-4 Pittsburgh W, 4-2 Carnegie Tech W, 8-6 Pittsburgh W, 4-1 Pittsburgh L, 4-8 1918 (1-0) Carnegie Tech W, 6-3

1919 (9-3) Head Coach: George Wheeling Maryland L, 1-7 Catholic U. W, 9-7 Catholic U. L, 9-12 Wash. & Lee L, 0-4 VMI W, 6-4 West Virginia W, 2-1 Army W, 7-2 Lafayette W, 3-2 Lebanon Valley W, 11-3 Bucknell W, 9-0 Carnegie Tech W, 9-0 Carnegie Tech W, 6-2

1920 (18-3) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek Delaware W, 9-2 Navy L, 5-6 Maryland W, 17-10 Mich. Aggies W, 14-5 Swarthmore W, 8-5 Lafayette L, 1-3 Fordham W, 3-2 Army W, 3-1 Colgate W, 9-6 Syracuse W, 3-0 Syracuse L, 1-6 Pittsburgh W, 11-2 Wash. & Jeff. W, 13-0 Yale W, 1-0 Princeton W, 4-3 (11) Pitt Collegians W, 10-2 Maryland W, 6-1 Carnegie Tech W, 11-1 Pittsburgh W, 13-7 Pittsburgh W, 18-2 California W, 6-3

1921 (22-3) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek U.S. Naval Base W, 8-6 Virginia W, 14-2 VMI W, 8-4 Wash. & Lee W, 18-9 Navy W, 4-1 Georgetown W, 4-0 Gettysburg W, 7-0 Delaware W, 7-1 Juniata W, 4-2 Lebanon Valley W, 3-0 Carnegie Tech W, 18-0 Bethany W, 4-3 Princeton W, 6-5 (11) New York W, 4-3 Yale W, 9-3 Lehigh W, 5-4 Pitt Collegians W, 15-2 Detroit W, 8-2 Detroit W, 4-3 Pittsburgh W, 5-2 (10) Pennsylvania L, 2-4 Bucknell W, 6-5 Bucknell W, 14-6 Pittsburgh L, 8-12 Pittsburgh L, 7-10

1922 (11-8) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek Juniata W, 6-4 American C.C. L, 2-10 U.S. Naval Train. L, 9-15 Gettysburg W, 8-2 Bucknell L, 2-4 Waynesburg W, 12-1 Bethany W, 8-5 Bethany W, 2-1 Army L, 7-8 Yale W, 7-4 Holy Cross L, 1-4 Pitt Collegians W, 4-1 (6) Carnegie Tech W, 9-2 Pittsburgh W, 11-2 Pittsburgh W, 10-2 Juniata L, 9-14 Syracuse W, 12-6 Pittsburgh L, 8-13 Pittsburgh L, 2-4

1923 (11-10) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek Georgia Tech L, 3-7 Georgia Tech L, 2-14 Oglethorpe W, 7-3 Oglethorpe W, 5-0 Virginia W, 9-1 William & Mary W, 5-3 Susquehanna W, 2-1 Bucknell L, 2-4 Bucknell L, 2-3 Syracuse W, 6-2 Army W, 10-0 Amherst L, 0-8 Pitt Collegians W, 17-5 Bethany L, 6-9 Bethany L, 0-5 Pittsburgh W, 3-2 Pittsburgh W, 12-9 Waynesburg W, 12-5 Washington L, 2-8 Pittsburgh L, 2-6 Pittsburgh L, 6-7


Year-By-Year Results 4/12 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/26 5/2 5/3 5/10 5/13 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/23 5/26 5/30 5/31 6/7

1924 (7-12) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek Susquehanna W, 8-2 at Georgia Tech L, 1-2 at Georgia Tech L, 0-5 at Furman L, 1-15 at N.C. State W, 11-9 at Navy L, 0-1 Boston College L, 4-10 Georgia Tech W, 4-1 Georgia Tech W, 6-0 Bucknell L, 3-5 W. Virginia Wesleyan W, 8-3 at Syracuse W, 9-5 at Boston College L, 0-4 at Holy Cross L, 4-11 at Pittsburgh L, 4-5 Pittsburgh Pirates L, 1-11 Ursinus L, 4-5 Ursinus W, 9-0 Pittsburgh L, 0-3

4/4 4/8 4/18 4/22 4/25 5/2 5/8 5/9 5/13 5/16 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/30 6/3

1925 (5-10-1) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek at Juniata W, 11-4 Juniata T, 4-4 Gettysburg W, 4-3 at Williamsport L, 1-6 Susquehanna W, 14-3 Carnegie Tech L, 3-5 at Carnegie Tech W, 8-6 at West Virginia L, 6-9 at Bucknell L, 4-12 West Virginia L, 4-6 at Princeton L, 6-7 at Pennsylvania W, 3-0 at Brown L, 4-5 at Holy Cross L, 1-5 Bucknell L, 3-8 Syracuse L, 2-4

4/10 4/23 4/28 5/1 5/5 5/8 5/12 5/14 5/15 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/29 6/5 6/8 6/12

1926 (9-7) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek Juniata W, 10-4 Gettysburg W, 13-6 Susquehanna W, 8-3 Ursinus W, 8-5 Dickinson W, 6-3 Navy L, 10-12 Villanova L, 0-2 Bethany W, 16-7 Bethany W, 4-3 at Princeton L, 0-1 at Pennsylvania L, 4-5 at Syracuse L, 4-8 Marietta W, 6-3 Bucknell L, 4-8 at Bucknell L, 1-2 Alumni W, 8-7

4/9 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/22 4/23 4/30 5/7 5/18 5/19 5/21 5/28 6/3 6/13

1927 (12-5) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek Dickinson W, 7-1 at N.C. State W, 8-2 at North Carolina W, 3-0 at Duke W, 10-9 at Wake Forest L, 0-5 at Virginia L, 4-6 at Georgetown W, 9-6 Gettysburg W, 13-1 Juniata L, 1-4 Ursinus W, 16-2 Syracuse W, 5-3 at Princeton W, 8-2 at Pennsylvania L, 2-4 at NYU L, 4-5 Bucknell W, 6-2 Lebanon Valley W, 11-3 Alumni W, 10-4

4/2 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/12 4/14 4/20 5/4 5/5 5/12 5/16 5/17 5/19 5/26 6/2 6/11

1928 (15-3) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek at Virginia W, 12-5 at Duke L, 1-6 at Wake Forest W, 5-2 at Elon L, 2-8 at Rand. Mac. W, 13-1 at Georgetown W, 5-3 Juniata W, 8-2 Dickinson W, 14-0 Gettysburg W, 12-3 at Syracuse W, 6-0 at Syracuse W, 7-6 Albright W, 10-5 at Pennsylvania W, 9-6 at Princeton W, 13-0 at Holy Cross L, 2-6 Lebanon Valley W, 6-5 Bucknell W, 8-6 Alumni W, 6-1

3/27 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/13 4/20 4/27 5/3 5/4 5/11 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/25 6/1 6/8

1929 (8-9) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek at Navy L, 5-8 at Georgetown L, 6-7 at Duke L, 1-2 at Duke W, 6-4 at North Carolina L, 5-7 St. Vincent W, 11-4 Juniata W, 4-0 Lebanon Valley L, 4-5 Syracuse W, 7-3 Syracuse W, 3-0 Navy W, 10-4 at Pennsylvania L, 3-4 at Princeton L, 1-4 at Holy Cross L, 1-12 Muhlenberg W, 8-3 Temple L, 9-13 at Syracuse W, 5-4

4/12 4/21 4/21 4/26 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/14 5/17 5/21 5/24 5/30 5/31 6/4 6/7 6/9

1930 (11-6) Head Coach: Hugo Bezdek St. Francis W, 23-10 Pennsylvania L, 5-7 Pennsylvania L, 0-9 Lebanon Valley W, 16-2 Franklin & Marshall W, 5-3 Susquehanna W, 12-6 Colgate L, 8-9 Ursinus W, 20-7 Juniata L, 4-9 St. Vincent W, 9-2 Bucknell W, 8-7 Muhlenberg W, 6-0 at Colgate L, 7-8 at Syracuse W, 5-2 Temple W, 11-5 at Pennsylvania L, 0-1 Syracuse W, 10-2

4/3 4/18 4/25 5/1 5/2 5/9 5/16 5/27 5/30 6/6

1931 (8-2) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Duke L, 5-6 Gettysburg W, 10-6 Dickinson W, 3-2 at Syracuse W, 6-5 at Colgate L, 6-7 at Army W, 4-1 Muhlenberg W, 12-3 Villanova W, 5-4 Colgate W, 11-2 Temple W, 2-1

4/16 4/20 4/23 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/7 5/14 5/20 5/21 5/25 5/28 6/4

1932 (9-4) Head Coach: F Joseph Bedenk Swarthmore W, 9-8 Susquehanna L, 16-17 Army W, 17-4 at Princeton L, 7-8 at Yale L, 1-11 at Harvard L, 0-5 Syracuse W, 5-3 Dickinson W, 5-3 at Colgate W, 7-4 at Syracuse W, 12-7 Temple W, 5-4 Colgate W, 6-4 Bucknell W, 13-12

4/14 4/15 4/17 4/22 4/29 5/17 5/20 5/27 6/3

1933 (5-4) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Maryland L, 8-13 at Navy W, 4-2 at Virginia W, 5-2 Bucknell W, 12-2 St. Vincent L, 2-3 Dickinson W, 5-3 Gettysburg L, 5-8 West. Maryland W, 6-0 Columbia L, 8-9

4/21 4/25 4/28 5/2 5/5 5/11 5/12 5/16 5/19 5/23 5/26 6/2 6/9

1934 (8-5) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk Susquehanna W, 8-7 Muhlenberg W, 8-7 Temple L, 0-8 West. Maryland L, 5-7 Syracuse W, 5-4 at George Washington L, 3-7 at Navy L, 3-4 Dickinson W, 6-0 Gettysburg W, 9-0 Juniata L, 3-13 at Bucknell W, 6-2 West Virginia W, 14-3 Pennsylvania W, 1-0

4/17 4/18 4/20 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/4 5/8 5/11 5/17 5/18 5/22 5/25 6/1 6/8

1935 (7-8) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Navy W, 4-0 at Georgetown L, 3-15 at Wash. College L, 3-6 Juniata W, 5-3 Lebanon Valley W, 11-1 Bucknell L, 2-4 at Pennsylvania L, 7-9 Gettysburg L, 2-4 West. Maryland W, 7-0 at Colgate L, 4-8 at Syracuse L, 4-6 Dickinson W, 8-0 Temple W, 2-1 at Bucknell L, 4-6 Syracuse W, 5-3

4/8 4/10 4/17 4/18 4/22 4/25 4/29 5/2 5/8 5/9 5/15 5/16 5/20 5/23 5/26 5/30 6/6

1936 (13-4) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Navy L, 1-2 at West. Maryland W, 6-5 West Virginia W, 9-5 West Virginia W, 8-0 Juniata W, 4-0 Dickinson W, 6-1 Gettysburg L, 4-7 Villanova L, 5-11 at West Chester L, 3-9 at Pennsylvania W, 16-6 at Colgate W, 7-4 at Syracuse W, 23-2 Bucknell W, 9-8 Temple W, 10-2 Muhlenberg W, 6-4 at Bucknell W, 5-1 Syracuse W, 8-1

4/2 4/3 4/12 4/16 4/17 4/24 4/28 5/1 5/5 5/8 5/12 5/18 5/20 5/22 5/29 6/5

1937 (12-4) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at George Washington W, 9-5 at Navy W, 6-1 at Princeton L, 1-3 West Virginia W, 3-1 West Virginia W, 4-3 Colgate W, 3-2 Gettysburg L, 1-4 Villanova L, 5-11 at Army W, 7-3 Susquehanna W, 5-0 West. Maryland W, 5-4 Muhlenberg W, 13-1 Bucknell W, 11-2 Temple L, 6-7 at Bucknell W, 10-4 Syracuse W, 5-1

4/13 4/14 4/22 4/23 4/27 4/30 5/4 5/7 5/9 5/11 5/14 5/18 5/20 5/21 5/25 5/28 6/4

1938 (10-7) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Pennsylvania W, 6-4 at Maryland L, 4-7 at Georgetown L, 7-9 at Navy L, 5-6 Dickinson W, 9-5 Villanova L, 4-11 Gettysburg L, 4-5 West. Maryland W, 16-3 Syracuse L, 10-12 Temple W, 5-1 at Syracuse W, 3-0 Muhlenberg W, 7-4 West Virginia W, 11-0 West Virginia W, 11-3 at Army L, 2-6 Susquehanna W, 6-5 Bucknell W, 9-0

4/7 4/15 4/21 4/22 4/26 4/29 5/2 5/4 5/6 5/10 5/10 5/19 5/20 5/24 5/27 5/30 6/3 6/9 6/10

1939 (15-4) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Princeton L, 1-7 West. Maryland W, 2-1 at Pennsylvania L, 1-2 at Navy W, 5-3 Dickinson W, 7-0 Villanova W, 10-5 Gettysburg W, 6-4 Temple W, 15-7 at Syracuse L, 0-7 at Pittsburgh W, 9-5 at Pittsburgh W, 1-0 at West Virginia L, 5-9 at West Virginia W, 17-14 Susquehanna W, 9-1 Muhlenberg W, 8-4 Bucknell W, 10-0 Rutgers W, 4-3 Pittsburgh W, 17-7 Pittsburgh W, 14-2

4/5 4/6 4/10 4/12 4/17 4/23 4/26 4/27 5/1 5/4 5/8 5/11 5/22 5/28 6/6 6/8

1940 (14-2) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Princeton L, 0-2 at Lehigh W, 7-2 West. Maryland W, 10-2 West Virginia W, 5-2 Syracuse W, 3-2 Temple W, 3-2 at Rutgers W, 10-2 at Army W, 9-3 Dickinson W, 5-2 at Gettysburg L, 1-2 at Pennsylvania W, 5-1 at Pittsburgh W, 6-4 Susquehanna W, 8-1 Bucknell W, 4-0 Illinois Wesleyan W, 10-3 Pittsburgh W, 6-1

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Year-By-Year Results 4/11 4/12 4/19 4/23 4/26 4/29 5/1 5/3 5/7 5/10 5/14 5/16 5/17 5/24 5/27 5/30 6/7

1941 (9-8) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Pennsylvania L, 3-8 at Princeton L, 4-8 Gettysburg W, 21-1 Susquehanna W, 3-0 Syracuse L, 4-7 George Wash. L, 9-12 Dickinson W, 5-2 West. Maryland W, 12-1 at Navy L, 1-8 at Syracuse L, 8-12 at Pittsburgh L, 5-19 Muhlenberg W, 6-4 Temple L, 7-8 at Army W, 23-4 Bucknell W, 5-3 Long Island W, 6-4 Pittsburgh W, 10-3

4/15 4/17 4/18 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/9 5/11 5/16 5/20 5/30 6/19 6/20 6/27 7/18 7/24 7/25 8/1

1942 (13-8) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk Dickinson W, 10-4 Gettysburg W, 16-12 Colgate W, 6-3 Muhlenberg W, 4-3 at Syracuse L, 1-10 at Colgate L, 8-11 at Navy L, 3-9 West Virginia L, 4-6 West Virginia W, 6-1 Syracuse W, 8-7 Bucknell L, 2-3 at Pittsburgh W , 7-5 Temple L, 2-3 Pittsburgh W, 12-6 at Colgate L, 6-10 at Colgate W, 4-2 Wash. & Jeff. W, 5-1 at Cornell L, 7-8 Colgate W, 3-1 Colgate W, 4-3 Cornell W, 9-8

4/3 4/10 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/7 5/12 7/16 7/17 7/24 7/30 7/31 8/6 8/7

1943 (8-6) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk Juniata W, 8-5 at Villanova W, 3-2 Syracuse W, 10-9 Syracuse W, 8-2 Muhlenberg L, 1-2 at Colgate W, 3-2 Bucknell W, 19-5 Colgate L, 6-7 Colgate L, 5-6 Lehigh W, 12-4 at U.S. Naval Train. L, 0-7 at Cornell L, 4-9 at Colgate W, 1-0 at Colgate L, 0-7

4/28 4/29 5/3 5/13 5/20 5/26 5/27 5/30 6/3 6/9 6/10 7/14 7/15 7/22 7/29 8/5

1944 (11-5) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Navy L, 3-5 at Swarthmore W, 11-10 Lehigh W, 3-0 Pittsburgh W, 16-6 at Pittsburgh W, 2-1 at Lehigh L, 0-2 at Muhlenberg W, 2-0 Bucknell L, 0-7 Muhlenberg W, 3-0 Colgate W, 5-1 Colgate W, 6-4 at Colgate W, 10-6 at Colgate L, 3-7 Bloomsburg W, 9-2 Cornell W, 3-0 at Cornell L, 7-8

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4/28 5/2 5/5 5/9 5/12 5/16 5/19 5/23 6/6 6/9

1945 (7-3) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Navy L, 6-11 Muhlenberg W, 15-4 Pittsburgh W, 10-2 at Bucknell L, 4-7 Swarthmore W, 9-8 Bloomsburg W, 12-2 at Pittsburgh W, 10-5 Villanova W, 12-10 at Bloomsburg L, 14-15 Bucknell W, 15-8

4/6 4/19 5/3 5/8 5/11 5/15 5/22 5/24 5/25 5/31 6/7 6/8

1946 (10-1-1) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Olmsted Field W, 4-3 Lafayette L, 3-4 at Georgetown W, 4-1 Bucknell W, 9-0 at Pittsburgh W, 2-0 Muhlenberg W, 2-1 West Virginia W, 5-4 Colgate W, 14-7 Colgate T, 1-1 at Colgate W, 6-5 Syracuse W, 10-1 Syracuse W, 10-3

4/7 4/8 4/12 4/18 4/19 4/26 4/26 5/2 5/3 5/7 5/10 5/14 5/16 5/21 5/23 5/24 5/24 5/30

1947 (11-7) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at VMI L, 2-6 at Wash. & Lee L, 8-9 Dickinson W, 19-3 West Virginia L, 4-6 West Virginia L, 2-4 Georgetown W, 5-4 Georgetown L, 6-13 at Pittsburgh W, 7-1 at Pittsburgh W, 8-2 Bucknell W, 6-2 Muhlenberg W, 4-0 at Bucknell W, 2-0 West. Maryland W, 9-0 Temple W, 8-3 at Colgate L, 4-5 at Syracuse W, 4-3 at Syracuse L, 5-7 Villanova W, 9-8

4/10 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/23 4/24 4/30 5/1 5/4 5/12 5/14 5/15 5/19 5/22 5/28 5/29

1948 (12-4) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk West. Maryland W, 18-1 Pittsburgh W, 2-1 Pittsburgh W, 15-8 Muhlenberg W, 10-1 at Georgetown W, 6-3 at Georgetown L, 9-10 at Pittsburgh W, 13-7 at Pittsburgh L, 3-4 Bucknell W, 8-0 Duquesne W, 4-1 at Villanova L, 1-3 at Navy L, 5-8 at Bucknell W, 6-1 Colgate W, 12-3 Wash. & Jeff. W, 11-4 Wash. & Jeff. W, 8-5

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1949 (19-5-1) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/14 at Swarthmore W, 10-1 4/15 at Pennsylvania W, 12-10 4/26 at Rutgers L, 2-6 4/27 at Lafayette W, 5-2 4/29 Georgetown W, 13-2 4/30 Georgetown W, 8-3 5/4 Gettysburg W, 4-1 5/6 at Dickinson W, 14-0 5/7 at Navy T, 6-6 5/10 Villanova W, 9-0 5/13 Pittsburgh W, 5-0 5/14 Pittsburgh W, 9-0 5/18 at Bucknell W, 7-2 5/20 at Colgate W, 10-2 5/21 at Syracuse L, 1-4 5/21 at Syracuse L, 3-4 5/24 Bucknell W, 7-4 5/27 Wash. & Jeff. W, 9-2 5/28 Wash. & Jeff. W, 10-2 6/4 Duquesne W, 9-0 6/6 vs. Seton Hall (1) W, 20-8 6/7 vs. St. John’s (1) L, 0-3 6/7 vs. Rutgers (1) W, 7-4 6/8 vs. St. John’s (1) W, 11-4 6/8 vs. St. John’s (1) L, 5-7 (1) NCAA Tournament (New York, N.Y.)

4/12 4/15 4/18 4/22 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/3 5/4 5/6 5/6 5/8 5/13 5/13 5/17 5/19 5/20 5/23 5/24 5/27 6/10

1950 (15-6) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk West. Maryland W, 11-0 Rutgers L, 3-6 Temple W, 9-5 at Bucknell L, 4-5 Wash. & Jeff. W, 16-2 at Georgetown W, 8-6 at Georgetown L, 2-4 Gettysburg W, 7-0 Lafayette L, 1-3 West Virginia W, 13-7 West Virginia W, 4-2 Bucknell L, 3-15 Syracuse W, 8-7 Syracuse W, 8-3 Dickinson W, 13-6 at Pittsburgh W, 6-0 at Pittsburgh W, 10-2 at Navy W, 2-1 at Villanova W, 5-4 Colgate W, 13-4 Quantico Marines L, 4-6

4/7 4/19 4/21 4/27 4/28 5/1 5/8 5/16 5/18 5/19 5/22 5/25 5/26

1951 (10-3) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk West. Maryland W, 22-2 Ithaca L, 5-6 Gettysburg W, 11-4 at Rutgers W, 2-1 at Lafayette L, 0-5 Dickinson W, 11-4 at Navy W, 22-3 Villanova W, 12-5 Pittsburgh W, 5-2 Pittsburgh W, 12-0 at Bucknell L, 3-4 at Pennsylvania W, 15-6 at Temple W, 11-0

1952 (17-6) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/11 at American W, 20-1 4/12 at Georgetown W, 18-5 4/12 at Georgetown W, 8-4 4/16 West. Maryland W, 9-4 4/19 West Virginia W, 4-2 4/19 West Virginia W, 6-2 4/22 Bucknell W, 15-4 4/26 Lafayette W, 5-0 4/28 Gettysburg W, 2-1 5/2 Rutgers W, 11-5 5/5 at Villanova L, 1-12 5/6 at Navy L, 2-4 5/9 at Pittsburgh L, 6-8 5/10 at Pittsburgh W, 4-1 5/16 at Dickinson W, 12-1 5/17 at Pennsylvania L, 3-4 5/27 at Bucknell W, 7-4 6/5 vs. Fordham (1) W, 13-4 6/6 vs. Villanova (1) W, 9-6 6/12 vs. Texas (2) W, 5-3 6/13 vs. Duke (2) W, 12-7 6/14 vs. Missouri (2) L, 2-3 6/15 vs. Holy Cross (2) L, 4-15 (1) NCAA Tournament (State College) (2) College World Series (Omaha, Neb.) 1953 (14-5-1) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/10 Lehigh W, 4-3 4/11 Villanova W, 12-9 4/14 West. Maryland W, 17-6 4/17 at Lafayette T, 2-2 4/22 American W, 19-1 4/23 Gettysburg W, 23-0 4/25 at Pennsylvania W, 7-1 4/29 Bucknell W, 1-0 5/1 Georgetown L, 2-4 5/2 Georgetown W, 22-6 5/9 Pittsburgh L, 0-4 5/9 Pittsburgh L, 5-6 5/12 Dickinson W, 4-1 5/16 at Syracuse W, 9-0 5/16 at Syracuse W, 2-1 5/20 at West Virginia W, 5-4 5/20 at West Virginia L, 0-3 5/23 at Temple W, 4-2 6/3 vs. Fordham (1) W, 4-2 6/4 at Lafayette (1) L, 3-5 (1) NCAA Tournament (Easton, Pa.)

4/10 4/10 4/24 4/26 4/30 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/11 5/15 5/18 5/19 5/22 5/26 5/28 5/29

1954 (9-7) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk West Virginia W, 12-1 West Virginia W, 2-0 Lafayette L, 3-5 at Dickinson W, 14-2 Gettysburg L, 0-1 at Lehigh L, 1-6 Bucknell W, 9-1 Rutgers W, 1-0 at Bucknell W, 21-0 Temple W, 8-1 at Navy W, 7-0 at Villanova W, 7-3 Colgate L, 5-7 at Pennsylvania L, 6-8 at Pittsburgh L, 4-5 at Pittsburgh L, 1-2


Year-By-Year Results 1955 (17-5) Head Coach: F. Joseph Beden 4/13 West. Maryland W, 26-3 4/15 at Rutgers L, 1-4 4/16 at Lafayette W, 4-3 4/22 at West Virginia L, 3-9 4/23 at West Virginia L, 1-3 4/28 at Bucknell W, 3-1 4/30 Gettysburg W, 10-5 5/2 Dickinson W, 5-0 5/7 Georgetown W, 11-0 5/7 Georgetown W, 8-2 5/9 at Temple L, 3-4 5/10 at Navy W, 9-3 5/13 Pittsburgh W, 20-5 5/14 Pittsburgh W, 6-5 5/18 Villanova W, 8-0 5/20 at Colgate W, 6-5 5/21 at Syracuse W, 8-3 5/21 at Syracuse W, 5-4 5/25 Bucknell W, 17-2 5/27 Lehigh W, 2-1 5/28 Pennsylvania W, 6-0 6/3 vs. Colgate (1) L, 4-7 (1) NCAA Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) 1956 (16-4) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/10 Gettysburg W, 6-1 4/13 Lafayette W, 2-1 4/14 Syracuse L, 2-5 4/14 Syracuse W, 14-10 4/18 West Virginia W, 8-6 4/18 West Virginia W, 15-3 4/21 at Pennsylvania W, 9-2 4/25 at Army L, 1-3 4/27 Temple W, 11-1 4/28 Colgate W, 2-1 5/5 Rutgers W, 7-2 5/8 at Bucknell W, 9-1 5/10 at Georgetown W, 18-4 5/10 at Georgetown W, 17-2 5/12 Navy W, 4-3 5/16 at Villanova W, 8-4 5/19 at Pittsburgh W, 4-2 5/19 at Pittsburgh L, 2-3 5/23 at Lehigh W, 7-2 6/1 vs. New York (1) L, 7-15 (1) NCAA Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) 1957 (22-2) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/10 West. Maryland W, 15-1 4/13 Pennsylvania W, 14-2 4/16 Bucknell W, 14-2 4/19 at Gettysburg W, 13-2 4/20 at Lafayette W, 2-1 4/27 Georgetown W, 12-0 4/27 Georgetown W, 2-1 5/1 Villanova W, 11-2 5/3 Rutgers W, 9-7 5/4 at Army W, 16-7 5/7 at Navy W, 8-5 5/15 Lehigh W, 10-5 5/18 at West Virginia W, 6-0 5/21 at Temple W, 10-2 5/22 at Bucknell W, 14-0 5/25 Pittsburgh W, 16-3 5/25 Pittsburgh W, 7-4 5/30 vs. Manhattan (1) W, 2-1 5/31 vs. St. John’s (1) W, 5-0 6/8 vs. Florida State (2) W, 6-0 6/9 vs. Texas (2) W, 4-1 6/10 vs. California (2) L, 0-8 6/11 vs. Notre Dame (2) W, 5-4 6/12 vs. California (2) L, 0-1 (1) NCAA Tournament (New York City) (2) College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

1958 (14-5) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/8 West. Maryland W, 26-0 4/15 Bucknell W, 7-4 4/18 at Ohio State L, 0-9 4/19 at Ohio State W, 7-2 4/19 at Ohio State L, 4-9 4/24 at Bucknell W, 12-0 4/26 Syracuse W, 11-0 4/26 Syracuse W, 8-5 4/30 at Navy W, 9-2 5/2 Gettysburg W, 7-3 5/10 at Georgetown W, 2-0 5/10 at Georgetown W, 13-0 5/14 at Temple L, 2-5 5/16 at Pennsylvania W, 11-1 5/17 Lafayette L, 7-8 5/21 Colgate W, 8-1 5/24 at Pittsburgh W, 2-0 5/24 at Pittsburgh W, 6-0 5/29 vs. Lafayette (1) L, 1-9 (1) NCAA Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) 1959 (17-6) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk 4/8 Gettysburg W, 10-6 4/14 Bucknell W, 8-7 4/17 Ohio State L, 3-6 4/18 Ohio State W, 6-1 4/18 Ohio State W, 8-2 4/22 at Bucknell W, 2-1 4/25 Georgetown W, 9-0 4/25 Georgetown W, 17-3 5/2 Pennsylvania W, 10-3 5/5 at Navy W, 6-3 5/8 at Colgate W, 7-5 5/9 at Syracuse L, 6-10 5/9 at Syracuse W, 9-1 5/16 at West Virginia W, 3-0 5/20 Pittsburgh L, 5-6 5/20 Pittsburgh W, 10-0 5/22 at Temple L, 9-13 6/4 Temple (1) W, 16-4 6/5 Ithaca (1) W, 7-3 6/13 vs. Connecticut (2) W, 5-3 6/14 vs. Okla. State (2) L, 6-8 6/15 vs. Clemson (2) W, 7-0 6/16 vs. Okla. State (2) L, 3-4 (1) NCAA Tournament (University Park) (2) College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

4/6 4/9 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/4 5/7 5/10 5/11 5/18 5/21 5/21

1960 (9-9) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk Gettysburg W, 6-1 Syracuse W, 3-1 at Villanova L, 6-9 at Pennsylvania W, 5-4 Ithaca W, 10-2 Colgate L, 3-4 (12) at Georgetown W, 13-4 at Georgetown W, 7-0 West Virginia L, 5-7 at Lafayette L, 1-9 at Rutgers L, 3-4 Bucknell W, 10-3 Maryland L, 6-10 at Bucknell W, 3-1 at Lehigh W, 6-0 Temple L, 1-3 at Pittsburgh L, 0-3 at Pittsburgh L, 2-3

4/5 4/8 4/22 4/24 5/3 5/9 5/12 5/13 5/13 5/18 5/20 5/20 5/23 5/25 5/25

1961 (9-6) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk at Gettysburg W, 3-2 Villanova L, 6-9 Lafayette W, 3-2 at Maryland W, 5-3 Rutgers W, 15-2 at Navy L, 3-4 at Colgate L, 0-7 at Syracuse L, 0-10 at Syracuse L, 2-3 at Bucknell W, 7-0 Pittsburgh W, 14-1 Pittsburgh W, 6-2 at Temple W, 4-1 Delaware W, 6-4 Delaware L, 1-2

4/3 4/6 4/10 4/14 4/18 4/24 5/1 5/5 5/12 5/12 5/17 5/22 5/24

1962 (10-3) Head Coach: F. Joseph Bedenk Gettysburg W, 6-1 at Lehigh W, 7-3 Ithaca L, 5-14 at Army W, 8-4 at Pennsylvania W, 7-6 Bucknell W, 25-6 Maryland W, 6-5 Navy L, 1-7 Syracuse W, 4-0 Syracuse W, 7-6 at Bucknell W, 8-4 Temple W, 4-3 at Delaware L, 6-7

1963 (14-6) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar 4/2 at Gettysburg W, 9-0 4/4 Bucknell W, 7-3 4/6 Lehigh W, 8-6 4/11 at Cornell W, 17-0 4/17 Villanova W, 3-1 4/20 Rutgers L, 4-5 4/22 at Bucknell W, 9-1 4/29 at Maryland W, 3-2 4/29 at Maryland W, 5-1 5/3 Lafayette W, 6-2 5/4 Army L, 1-3 5/14 at Navy L, 5-6 5/16 at West Virginia L, 4-5 5/21 at Temple W, 5-0 5/25 Delaware W, 2-1 5/31 vs. Rider (1) W, 3-0 5/31 vs. St. Johns (1) W, 11-2 6/10 vs. Arizona (2) L, 1-8 6/11 vs. Western Michigan (2) W, 3-0 6/12 vs. Texas (2) L, 4-6 (1) NCAA Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) (2) College World Series (Omaha, Neb.) 1964 (15-6-1) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar 4/4 Gettysburg W, 5-3 4/11 Ithaca L, 6-8 4/17 at Villanova W, 8-4 4/18 at Rutgers W, 5-4 4/18 at Rutgers W, 3-0 4/25 Colgate W, 7-6 4/25 Colgate W, 7-1 4/28 at Bucknell W, 8-1 5/6 West Virginia W, 6-3 5/9 Syracuse W, 11-7 5/9 Syracuse L, 1-2 5/13 Bucknell T, 0-0 5/16 Maryland W, 8-2 5/16 Maryland L, 6-12 5/20 Temple L, 5-15 5/23 Delaware L, 5-11 5/23 Delaware W, 5-1 5/26 at Navy L, 2-5 5/30 at Pittsburgh W, 5-3 5/30 at Pittsburgh W, 7-3 6/7 Pittsburgh W, 3-1 6/7 Pittsburgh W, 3-0

4/7 4/10 4/17 4/19 4/24 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/5 5/9 5/9 5/12 5/12 5/15 5/15 5/19 5/25 6/1

1965 (12-8-1) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Lehigh W, 15-2 Villanova L, 1-10 Temple T, 4-4 Lafayette L, 1-9 Rutgers L, 2-3 Rutgers L, 2-3 Bucknell W, 8-0 Bucknell W, 4-0 at Colgate L, 5-6 at Syracuse L, 8-11 at Syracuse W, 12-2 West Virginia W, 10-4 Pittsburgh W, 2-1 Pittsburgh L, 0-7 at Bucknell W, 11-1 at Bucknell W, 12-4 at Maryland W, 8-2 at Maryland W, 5-1 at Ithaca L, 2-8 at Delaware W, 7-5 Navy W, 4-3

4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/26 4/30 5/3 5/7 5/7 5/11 5/14 5/17 5/21 5/21 5/25 5/25 5/28

1966 (15-8) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Gettysburg W, 4-3 at Lehigh W, 8-2 at Lehigh W, 6-2 at Temple L, 2-5 Colgate L, 5-7 Colgate W, 14-5 Susquehanna W, 3-1 Indiana State W, 7-1 at Rutgers W, 6-1 at Rutgers L, 1-4 Bucknell W, 9-1 Syracuse W, 5-4 at West Virginia W, 3-0 Ithaca W, 8-2 Ithaca W, 4-3 at Lafayette L, 4-5 Maryland L, 1-3 at Bucknell L, 1-2 Delaware W, 6-3 Delaware L, 1-2 at Pittsburgh W, 9-1 at Pittsburgh W, 15-1 Army L, 33-36

4/1 4/4 4/8 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/20 4/22 4/22 4/26 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/3 5/18 5/18 5/21 5/30

1967 (12-6-1) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar at Gettysburg L, 7-8 Juniata W, 5-3 Temple L, 3-10 Lehigh T, 3-3 Villanova L, 3-4 Rider L, 2-4 Rider L, 1-2 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 4-2 Rutgers W, 10-2 Rutgers W, 4-2 West Virginia W, 2-1 at Colgate W, 9-4 at Syracuse W, 12-7 at Syracuse W, 10-0 Bucknell W, 3-0 at Delaware L, 1-6 at Delaware W, 8-1 Pittsburgh W, 3-0 Navy W, 9-7

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Year-By-Year Results 4/4 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/20 4/20 4/23 4/27 4/27 5/1 5/5 5/5 5/8 5/15 5/15 5/19 5/22 5/22 5/30

1968 (10-12) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar at Bucknell W, 15-5 Gettysburg W, 4-0 Juniata W, 19-11 at Lehigh W, 2-0 Villanova L, 0-1 Ithaca W, 3-2 Ithaca L, 0-4 at Rutgers L, 3-4 at Rutgers W, 4-2 Indiana (Pa.) L, 2-3 at Syracuse L, 3-6 at Syracuse W, 2-0 at Lafayette L, 2-3 Rider L, 3-8 Rider L, 6-10 Temple L, 3-9 Mansfield W, 4-1 Mansfield W, 4-1 Maryland W, 2-1 at Pittsburgh L, 3-5 at Pittsburgh L, 0-4 at Navy L, 0-1

4/3 4/9 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/22 4/26 4/26 4/30 4/30 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/10 5/10 5/17 5/17 5/24 5/24 5/27 6/2

1969 (14-8) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Bucknell W, 4-2 Lehigh W, 2-1 at Villanova W, 10-9 at Ithaca W, 19-1 at Ithaca L, 5-9 Juniata W, 7-0 at Indiana (Pa.) L, 2-5 at Syracuse L, 2-8 at Syracuse W, 8-0 West Virginia W, 7-1 West Virginia L, 0-9 Temple W, 9-8 at Rider L, 1-5 at Rider L, 1-2 at George Washington W, 4-3 at George Washington W, 6-0 Pittsburgh L, 1-4 Pittsburgh W, 7-4 at Mansfield L, 0-3 at Mansfield W, 10-2 Navy W, 6-4 Lafayette W, 3-0

1970 (17-8) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar 4/5 George Wash. W, 8-1 4/5 George Wash. L, 1-5 4/8 at Lehigh W, 12-5 4/11 at Villanova W, 7-5 4/12 Ithaca L, 0-1 4/12 Ithaca W, 8-4 4/15 at Juniata W, 8-1 4/18 Rutgers L, 4-9 4/18 Rutgers W, 6-2 4/22 Indiana (Pa.) W, 3-1 4/25 Syracuse W, 14-1 4/25 Syracuse W, 8-0 4/29 at West Virginia L, 0-1 5/2 at Temple W, 7-1 5/2 at Temple L, 2-3 5/7 Gettysburg W, 8-2 5/10 Rider W, 8-0 5/10 Rider W, 2-1 5/12 at Navy L, 3-5 5/13 at Lafayette W, 13-2 5/18 Maryland W, 9-6 5/23 at Pittsburgh W, 2-0 5/28 vs. Delaware (1) L, 1-7 5/29 vs. Rutgers (1) W, 5-1 5/29 vs. Seton Hall (1) L, 0-1 (1) NCAA Dis.2 Playoff (Princeton, N.J.)

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1971 (15-6) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Bucknell W, 4-1 Lehigh W, 12-4 Villanova W, 7-6 Juniata W, 10-4 at Rutgers L, 2-3 at Rutgers W, 1-0 at George Washington L, 1-2 Lafayette L, 4-6 at Rider W, 5-1 at Gettysburg W, 5-4 Temple W, 11-1 Temple W, 4-2 Cornell W, 3-0 Cornell W, 4-1 Indiana (Pa.) W, 4-0 Pittsburgh L, 1-4 Pittsburgh W, 7-2 vs. St. Joseph’s(1) L, 0-3 vs. Buffalo(1) W, 2-0 vs. St. Joseph’s(1) L, 1-2 Navy W, 8-4 (1) NCAA District 2 Playoffs 1972 (18-5-1) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Dates and Sites Unavailable Lehigh W, 5-2 Ithaca W, 7-2 Ithaca W, 3-0 Lafayette L, 9-11 Rutgers W, 1-0 Rutgers W, 6-2 Gettysburg W, 8-1 George Washington W, 3-1 West Virginia W, 2-0 Rider W, 3-2 Rider W, 3-2 Pittsburgh W, 3-1 Temple L, 2-3 Temple W, 7-1 Bucknell W, 3-0 Juniata W, 8-4 Indiana (Pa.) W, 5-2 Mansfield T, 2-2 Temple (1) L, 0-3 St. John’s (1) W, 8-5 Long Island (1) W, 7-5 Temple (1) L, 3-4 Navy (1) W, 6-5 Navy (1) L, 3-4 (1) NCAA District 2 Playoffs 1973 (19-7) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Dates and sites unavailable William & Mary L, 1-3 William & Mary W, 2-1 Villanova W, 6-5 Lafayette W, 8-7 Rutgers L, 3-4 Rutgers W, 8-0 Bucknell W, 5-2 Dickinson W, 22-3 Georgetown W, 6-4 West Virginia W, 12-0 Gettysburg W, 4-3 Rider L, 0-10 Rider W, 6-0 Delaware W, 8-0 Temple L, 1-3 Temple W, 3-2 Juniata W, 17-6 Buffalo W, 17-0 Buffalo W, 6-0 Indiana (Pa.) W, 6-0 Indiana (Pa.) L, 0-2 vs. Seton Hall (1) W, 5-3 vs. Buffalo (1) W, 3-1 vs. Temple (1) W, 4-2 vs. Arizona State (2) L, 1-3 vs. Oklahoma (2) L, 0-6 (1) NCAA District 2 Playoffs (2) NCAA College World Series

1974 (18-6) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Dates and sites unavailable Lehigh L, 2-4 Ithaca W, 7-6 Ithaca W, 3-2 Rutgers W, 1-0 Rutgers W, 8-3 Bucknell L, 4-5 Villanova L, 13-14 Gettysburg W, 13-0 George Washington W, 2-0 George Washington W, 2-1 Pittsburgh W, 13-3 Rider W, 9-7 Rider W, 7-6 Juniata W, 7-0 Temple W, 8-3 Temple W, 6-2 Buffalo L, 8-10 Buffalo W, 1-0 Indiana (Pa.) W, 10-0 Indiana (Pa.) W, 8-3 Mansfield W, 2-0 Seton Hall L , 1-4 St. John’s L, 4-5 Navy W, 10-4

1975 (22-9) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar at Florida Southern L, 0-8 at Florida Southern L, 0-3 at Florida Southern L, 0-9 at South Florida W, 9-3 at Tampa W, 4-1 4/2 Lehigh W, 11-1 4/9 Lafayette L, 13-16 4/12 at Rutgers W, 4-2 4/12 at Rutgers L, 2-4 4/15 Bucknell W, 15-0 4/19 at Gettysburg W, 13-0 4/20 at George Washington W, 9-3 4/20 at George Washington W, 13-1 4/23 West Virginia W, 6-0 4/23 West Virginia W, 7-3 4/26 Pittsburgh L, 5-7 4/27 at Rider W, 6-3 4/27 at Rider L, 3-4 4/30 Juniata W, 10-2 5/7 Buffalo W, 8-0 5/7 Buffalo W, 5-2 5/9 at Mansfield W, 15-4 5/10 at Colgate W, 13-0 5/10 at Colgate W, 12-3 5/14 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 6-2 5/14 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 7-2 5/17 Temple W, 3-0 5/17 Temple W, 3-0 5/27 vs. Michigan (1) L, 1-5 5/28 vs. Clemson (1) W, 5-4 5/29 vs. Michigan (1) L, 7-10 (1) NCAA Mid-East Tournament (Omaha, Neb.)

1976 (19-7) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar 3/31 at Lehigh W, 10-0 4/3 at Villanova W, 10-4 4/7 at Lafayette W, 6-4 4/10 Rutgers W, 8-6 4/10 Rutgers W, 12-7 4/13 at Bucknell L, 2-7 4/17 George Washington L, 2-4 4/17 George Washington W, 9-3 4/21 at West Virginia W, 8-6 4/21 at West Virginia W, 7-3 4/23 Gettysburg W, 9-3 4/27 at Navy W, 14-6 4/28 Bloomsburg W, 15-2 5/3 Rider W, 5-1 5/5 at Buffalo L , 6-7 5/5 at Buffalo W, 12-4 5/9 at Pittsburgh W, 5-1 5/9 at Pittsburgh W, 18-5 5/10 at Juniata W, 9-8 5/12 Indiana (Pa.) W, 5-2 5/12 Indiana (Pa.) W, 8-4 5/15 at Temple L, 12-13 5/16 at Delaware W, 4-1 5/16 at Delaware L, 8-11 5/27 vs. Maine (1) L, 4-11 5/27 vs. Seton Hall (1) L, 2-3 (1) NCAA Northeast Baseball Tournament (Middletown, Conn.)

4/4 4/9 4/9 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/4 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/11 5/14 5/18

1977 (18-6) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Lehigh W, 6-0 at Rutgers W, 3-1 at Rutgers W, 9-3 Bucknell W, 16-4 at Howard W, 6-4 at George Washington L, 1-2 at George Washington W, 13-3 at Gettysburg W, 4-1 West Virginia W, 8-3 West Virginia W, 5-4 Duquesne W, 17-6 at Rider W, 6-1 Navy W, 14-8 at St. John’s L, 1-5 at St. John’s L, 1-6 at Mansfield L, 13-17 Buffalo L, 1-6 Pittsburgh W, 10-2 Pittsburgh W, 6-1 Juniata W, 18-1 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 15-0 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 2-0 Temple L, 4-13 Delaware W, 9-8

4/2 4/2 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/29 4/29 5/1 5/3 5/3 5/6 5/6 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/13

1978 (16-6-2) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Bloomsburg W, 9-4 Bloomsburg W, 10-1 at Lafayette T, 1-1 Rutgers W, 6-2 Rutgers W, 3-2 at West Chester L, 10-11 at Bucknell W, 9-7 Howard W, 8-5 George Washington W, 13-3 Gettysburg W, 11-2 Mansfield W, 15-2 Rider W, 11-2 Rider L, 4-5 St. John’s W, 6-5 St. John’s L, 9-10 at Juniata W, 12-7 at Buffalo W, 17-3 at Buffalo L, 4-5 at Pittsburgh W, 15-10 at Pittsburgh T, 4-4 Indiana (Pa.) W, 7-2 Indiana (Pa.) W, 5-1 at Cornell L, 1-9 at Temple L, 0-2


Year-By-Year Results 3/30 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/30 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/6 5/6 5/7 5/7 5/9 5/9 5/12 5/15

4/2 4/6 4/8 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/23 4/23 4/26 4/26 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/7 5/7 5/10 5/10

1979 (20-5) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar St. Francis (Pa.) W, 10-2 at Rutgers W, 7-4 at Rutgers W, 13-4 at West Chester L, 1-2 Bucknell W, 6-4 West Virginia W, 5-4 West Virginia W, 5-3 vs. Rutgers (1) W, 4-3 vs. George Washington (1) L, 10-15 Lafayette W, 12-11 St. Francis W, 10-1 at Rider W, 9-3 Navy W, 11-1 at Mansfield W, 16-15 Buffalo W, 4-2 Buffalo L, 1-4 Juniata W, 7-0 Pittsburgh W, 1-0 Pittsburgh L, 5-7 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 6-2 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 5-3 Cornell W, 6-3 Cornell W, 4-3 Temple L, 5-10 Gettysburg W, 13-1 (1) at Hershey, Pa. 1980 (17-7) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar Lafayette W, 10-1 West Chester W, 10-9 at Bucknell W, 7-1 George Washington W, 3-1 George Washington W, 7-0 Rider W, 7-6 Rider W, 4-2 Robert Morris W, 4-0 Robert Morris L, 1-3 Howard W, 5-1 Howard L, 2-5 Mansfield W, 2-1 Mansfield W, 3-0 St. John’s L, 1-5 St. John’s W, 6-4 at Juniata W, 13-5 at Pittsburgh L, 2-3 at Pittsburgh L, 3-7 at West Virginia W, 3-0 at West Virginia L, 4-6 at Cornell W, 5-1 at Cornell L, 3-11 at Temple W, 6-5 at Temple W, 9-8

1981 (17-12) Head Coach: Chuck Medlar 3/28 Navy L, 4-8 3/28 Navy L, 7-9 3/31 at Bloomsburg L, 2-7 3/31 at Bloomsburg W, 23-9 4/4 at Rutgers L, 5-6 4/4 at Rutgers L, 0-8 4/5 at West Chester W, 6-3 4/9 Juniata W, 8-6 4/12 at Howard W, 8-0 4/12 at Howard L, 5-6 4/18 Robert Morris W, 11-4 4/18 Robert Morris W, 6-1 4/19 at Rider W, 9-3 4/19 at Rider L, 1-2 4/22 at Mansfield L, 7-9 4/22 at Mansfield W, 9-2 4/25 at St. John’s L, 2-4 4/25 at St. John’s L, 2-5 4/26 Temple W, 5-4 5/1 Lafayette W, 7-3 5/2 West Virginia W, 10-4 5/2 West Virginia W, 7-6 5/3 Pittsburgh L, 0-1 5/3 Pittsburgh W, 9-2 5/7 at Juniata W, 11-7 5/8 Bucknell W, 5-1 5/8 Bucknell W, 9-6 5/13 at Gettysburg L, 2-5 5/13 at Gettysburg W, 7-0

3/27 3/27 3/31 4/13 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/25 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/5 5/5 5/12 5/15 5/16 5/16

2/26 2/27 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/26 3/26 3/30 3/30 4/6 4/12 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/23 4/23 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/6 5/7 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/14

1982 (17-11) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner at Navy L, 1-8 at Navy L, 1-15 Bloomsburg W, 5-2 Lock Haven L, 2-4 Lock Haven W, 13-6 at West Chester L, 6-7 St. John’s W, 5-4 St. John’s W, 9-5 Rider W, 8-3 Rider W, 6-1 Mansfield W, 9-5 Mansfield L, 3-4 at Bucknell W, 2-1 at Bucknell W, 11-0 at Temple L, 5-12 at Buffalo W, 2-1 at Buffalo L, 3-6 at West Virginia L, 4-5 at West Virginia W, 13-0 at Robert Morris W, 11-5 at Robert Morris W, 4-3 Juniata W, 3-2 Indiana (Pa.) W, 3-2 Indiana (Pa.) W, 10-6 Gettysburg W, 9-6 at Cornell L, 5-8 at Cornell L, 4-5 at Cornell L, 6-7 1983 (16-23, 9-5 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner vs. Eastern Michigan (1) L, 5-6 vs. Western Michigan (1) L, 0-2 vs. Evansville (1) W, 1-0 vs. Evansville (1) L, 0-6 vs. Eastern Michigan (1) L, 2-5 vs. Western Michigan (1) W, 8-2 vs. Florida Southern (1) L, 6-20 vs. Eastern Michigan (1) W, 9-5 at Eckert L, 1-4 vs. Easterm Michigan (1) W, 4-3 vs. Florida Southern (1) L, 1-6 vs. Purdue (1) L, 2-4 Navy W, 5-4 Navy L, 4-16 at Bloomsburg W, 16-0 at Bloomsburg L, 3-7 at Duquesne* W, 18-2 Duquesne* W, 6-5 Duquesne* W, 7-2 Duquesne* W, 6-1 at West Virginia* W, 4-2 at West Virginia* W, 4-2 at Rider L, 3-4 at Rider L, 3-4 at Rutgers* L, 3-9 at Rutgers* L, 1-4 at George Washington* W, 8-2 at George Washington* L, 3-6 George Washington* W, 7-6 George Washington* W, 8-4 Bucknell L, 1-4 Bucknell L, 7-12 Temple* L, 7-10 Temple* L, 1-6 Pittsburgh L, 5-12 Pittsburgh L, 5-9 at Gettysburg L, 8-9 at Juniata L, 10-13 Cornell W, 4-1 (1) at Lakeland, Fla.

1984 (24-17, 9-3 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner 3/5 vs. Morningside (1) W, 4-3 3/6 vs. Temple (1) W, 6-4 3/7 vs. Temple (1) L, 3-4 3/8 vs. Oklahoma State (1) L, 1-5 3/9 vs. Morningside (1) W, 12-1 3/9 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) L, 2-3 3/10 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) L, 3-8 3/24 at Navy L, 0-2 3/24 at Navy L, 2-6 4/7 at George Wash.* W, 7-2 4/7 at George Wash.* L, 3-9 4/8 at George Wash.* W, 13-6 4/9 Duquesne* W, 13-8 4/10 Duquesne* W, 12-2 4/10 Duquesne* W, 5-4 4/12 Lock Haven W, 9-2 4/12 Lock Haven W, 12-2 4/14 St. John’s L, 0-2 4/14 St. John’s L, 4-5 4/20 Juniata W, 7-5 4/21 at St. Bonaventure* W, 7-0 4/21 at St. Bonaventure* W, 11-5 4/22 at St. Bonaventure* W, 7-6 4/25 at Bucknell W, 7-4 4/25 at Bucknell W , 5-1 4/27 West Virginia* W, 8-7 4/28 West Virginia* L, 2-3 4/28 West Virginia* L, 1-11 4/29 Saint Joseph’s W, 7-6 4/29 Saint Joseph’s W, 10-7 5/1 Indiana (Pa.) W, 12-4 5/1 Indiana (Pa.) W, 8-5 5/2 Bloomsburg L, 4-7 5/2 Bloomsburg W, 17-3 5/5 at Temple (2) W, 5-2 5/6 vs. Rhode Island (2) L, 6-7 5/6 at Temple (2) L, 5-13 5/12 at Cornell L, 11-14 5/13 at Cornell L, 1-6 5/13 at Cornell L, 1-12 5/15 at Pittsburgh W, 9-8 (1) Palm Valley Tournament (Edinburg, Texas) (2) Atlantic 10 Tournament (at Temple)

1985 (32-14, 11-4 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner 3/4 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) L, 2-3 3/5 vs. Oklahoma (1) L, 0-12 3/5 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) W, 2-1 3/6 vs. Oklahoma (1) L, 0-8 3/7 vs. Morningside (1) W, 14-1 3/8 vs. Morningside (1) W, 9-0 3/9 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) W, 1-0 3/21 at Juniata L, 9-10 3/27 at Bloomsburg W, 26-5 3/27 at Bloomsburg W, 11-0 3/30 at Rutgers* W, 16-5 3/30 at Rutgers* L, 7-8 4/2 at Duquesne* W, 5-1 4/3 at Duquesne* W, 6-0 4/3 at Duquesne* W, 7-2 4/6 George Washington* W, 2-1 4/6 George Washington* L, 1-3 4/7 George Washington* W, 6-1 4/9 at Mansfield W, 14-6 4/9 at Mansfield W, 3-2 4/11 at West Chester W, 16-1 4/12 Lock Haven W, 19-8 4/12 Lock Haven W, 9-8 4/14 at Rider L, 6-7 4/14 at Rider W, 2-0 4/16 Temple* W, 8-3 4/18 Bucknell W, 9-2 4/18 Bucknell W, 9-7 4/20 St. Bonaventure* W, 4-0 4/20 St. Bonaventure* W, 10-3 4/21 St. Bonaventure* W, 17-0 4/26 at West Virginia* L, 7-8 4/27 at West Virginia* L, 2-1 4/27 at West Virginia* W, 4-3 4/30 at Indiana (Pa.) L, 0-8 4/30 at Indiana (Pa.) L, 1-3 5/1 Maryland W, 13-1 5/1 Maryland L, 6-10 5/4 Temple (2) L, 5-13 5/5 vs. UMass (2) W, 22-12 5/6 at West Virginia (2) L, 9-14 5/11 Cornell W, 6-4 5/11 Cornell W, 7-5 5/13 Gettysburg W, 12-3 5/14 Pittsburgh W, 6-4 5/14 Pittsburgh W, 5-2 (1) Palm Valley Tournament (2) Atlantic 10 Tournament (at West Virginia)

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1986 (29-19, 8-7 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner vs. Dubuque (1) W, 10-4 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) L, 1-4 vs. New Mexico St. (1) W, 11-3 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) L, 3-6 vs. Dubuque (1) W, 21-0 vs. New Mex. St. (1) W, 2-1 vs. Texas-Pan Am. (1) L, 1-4 vs. Dubuque (1) W, 12-5 at Norfolk State W, 12-1 at Norfolk State W, 13-2 at William & Mary W, 9-7 at Navy L, 1-2 at Navy L, 2-3 at Towson State W, 6-2 at Towson State W, 21-10 at Gettysburg W, 13-1 at Gettysburg W, 12-10 Lafayette L, 2-7 Lafayette W, 6-5 Rutgers* L, 4-5 Rutgers* L, 2-3 Juniata W, 10-9 at Lock Haven W, 8-0 at Lock Haven W, 7-5 at George Washington* L, 2-7 at George Washington* L, 1-2 Mansfield W, 6-0 Mansfield W, 6-4 West Chester W, 8-1 West Chester W, 6-0 Rider L, 2-9 Rider L, 5-9 at Temple* L, 5-6 at Temple* W, 4-1 Duquesne* W, 1-0 Duquesne* W, 11-1 Duquesne* W, 7-3 Pittsburgh L, 3-7 West Virginia* L, 5-14 West Virginia* L, 2-4 West Virginia* W, 4-3 Indiana (Pa.) L, 1-5 Indiana (Pa.) W, 8-3 at Seton Hall L, 6-7 at Seton Hall L, 3-13 at St. Bonaventure* W, 6-1 at St. Bonaventure* W, 4-0 at St. Bonaventure* W, 14-10 (1) Palm Valley Tournament

1987 (29-19, 12-6 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner 3/2 vs. Vanderbilt (1) L, 4-5 3/2 vs. Eastern Michigan (1) W, 9-8 3/3 vs. Eastern Michigan (1) L, 4-12 3/4 vs. Western Michigan (1) L, 3-9 3/5 vs. Western Michigan (1) W, 6-2 3/5 at South Florida L, 0-5 3/6 at Florida Southern L, 3-4 3/14 at Richmond W, 9-8 3/14 at Richmond W, 16-5 3/17 Lock Haven W, 13-1 3/17 Lock Haven W, 3-1 3/21 Navy W, 7-1 3/21 Navy L, 6-7 3/24 Bloomsburg W, 4-0 3/24 Bloomsburg W, 5-4 3/26 at Juniata W, 4-2 3/28 at Rutgers* L, 3-5 3/28 at Rutgers* L, 2-7 3/29 at Lafayette W, 18-2 3/29 at Lafayette L, 7-18 4/4 George Washington* W, 3-0 4/4 George Washington* W, 8-2 4/5 George Washington* W, 1-0 4/5 George Wash.* L, 1-3 4/9 West Chester W, 9-0 4/9 West Chester W, 4-3 4/11 Towson State W, 5-4 4/11 Towson State L, 1-5 4/12 at Rider L, 8-9 4/12 at Rider W, 13-3 4/14 Temple* W, 5-4 4/14 Temple* L, 1-4 4/17 at Duquesne* W, 10-0 4/17 at Duquesne* W, 12-3 4/18 at Duquesne* W, 7-0 4/18 at Duquesne* W, 7-0 4/21 Bucknell W, 9-1 4/21 Bucknell W, 6-4 4/25 at West Virginia* L, 4-5 4/25 at West Virginia* W, 10-1 4/26 at West Virginia* L, 0-6 4/26 at West Virginia* W, 10-4 4/30 at James Madison L, 7-8 4/30 at James Madison L, 5-10 5/2 St. Bonaventure* W, 19-5 5/2 St. Bonaventure* W, 20-0 5/8 Rutgers (2) L, 1-8 5/9 Massachusetts (2) L, 4-10 (1) at Lakeland, Fla. (2) Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.)

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2/28 2/29 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/2 4/5 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/26 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/7

1988 (24-26, 9-8 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner vs. U.S. International (1) L, 4-5 vs. San Diego (1) L, 5-11 vs. U.S. International (1) L, 3-5 vs. U.S. International (1) L, 4-8 vs. San Diego (1) L, 4-7 vs. Cal-Irvine (1) L, 2-8 vs. Cal-Baptist (1) W, 3-2 vs. Azusa Pacific (1) L, 2-3 vs. Azusa Pacific (1) L, 6-7 at Richmond L, 5-11 at Richmond L, 5-6 at Old Dominion L, 2-3 at Old Dominion W, 1-0 at Navy L, 1-8 at Navy L, 1-7 at Bloomsburg W, 4-2 at Bloomsburg L, 8-10 NYIT W, 4-0 NYIT L, 0-5 Youngstown State W, 1-0 Youngstown State W, 4-3 at George Washington* L, 0-3 at George Washington* L, 5-6 at George Washington* L, 1-2 at George Washington* L, 3-4 at Pittsburgh L, 6-13 at West Chester W, 3-1 at West Chester W, 8-4 Rider W, 8-5 Rider L, 11-17 at Temple* W, 5-4 at Temple* W, 8-3 at Bucknell W, 6-4 at Bucknell W, 7-6 Duquesne* W, 9-1 Duquesne* W, 7-2 Duquesne* L, 2-4 Duquesne* W, 14-3 Cornell W, 8-4 Cornell L, 5-7 West Virginia* L, 1-5 West Virginia* L, 0-9 West Virginia* L, 3-9 Indiana (Pa.) W, 4-0 Indiana (Pa.) W, 5-1 at St. Bonaventure* W, 8-3 at St. Bonaventure* W, 9-5 at St. Bonaventure* W, 14-3 at St. Bonaventure* W, 7-6 West Virginia W, 3-2 (1) at San Diego, Calif.

1989 (23-19-1, 12-4 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner 2/26 vs. Kentucky (1) L, 5-8 2/26 vs. Kentucky (1) L, 2-7 2/27 vs. Kentucky (1) W, 12-9 2/28 at Saint Leo L, 7-8 3/1 vs. Arkansas (1) L, 1-2 3/2 at South Florida L, 1-6 3/3 vs. Western Michigan (1) T, 11-11 3/4 vs. Eastern Michigan (1) L, 3-6 3/4 vs. Eastern Michigan (1) L, 1-4 3/18 C.W. Post L, 3-4 3/18 C.W. Post L, 0-4 3/27 at Lafayette L, 3-4 3/27 at Lafayette L, 7-10 4/1 George Washington* L, 9-10 4/1 George Washington* L, 3-7 4/2 George Washington* W, 1-0 4/2 George Washington* W, 11-3 4/9 at Rider W, 4-2 4/9 at Rider W, 3-1 4/11 at Youngstown St. L, 0-3 4/11 at Youngstown St. W, 6-5 4/13 Bucknell W, 7-5 4/13 Bucknell W, 9-6 4/15 at Duquesne* W, 8-3 4/15 at Duquesne* W, 3-1 4/16 at Duquesne* W, 11-1 4/16 at Duquesne* W, 9-2 4/18 at Cornell W, 8-0 4/18 at Cornell L, 3-4 4/22 at West Virginia* W, 15-6 4/22 at West Virginia* L, 4-8 4/23 at West Virginia* W, 17-4 4/23 at West Virginia* L, 5-6 4/25 James Madison W, 1-0 4/25 James Madison W, 4-3 4/27 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 12-2 4/27 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 9-6 4/29 St. Bonaventure* W, 11-1 4/29 St. Bonaventure* W, 7-6 4/30 St. Bonaventure* W, 5-0 4/30 St. Bonaventure* W, 6-5 5/12 vs. Rutgers (2) L, 1-6 5/13 vs. George Wash. (2) L, 2-3 (1) at Lakeland, Florida (2) Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.)


Year-By-Year Results 2/25 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/17 3/17 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/5 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/26 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29

1990 (22-23, 6-10 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Shorty Stoner vs. Nicholls State (1) L, 2-5 vs. Eckerd (1) L, 13-21 vs. Warner South. (1) W, 12-8 vs. Eckerd (1) L, 5-9 vs. Saint Joseph’s (1) W, 11-4 vs. Saint Joseph’s (1) W, 12-4 vs. Boston College (1) L, 2-5 La Salle W, 7-5 La Salle W, 8-0 at C.W. Post W, 5-1 at C.W. Post W, 7-3 Siena (2) W, 9-6 at NYIT L, 8-10 at Navy L, 0-4 at Navy L, 5-6 at George Washington* L, 2-9 at George Washington* L, 2-5 at George Washington* L, 2-5 at George Washington* L, 2-10 Millersville W, 4-1 Millersville W, 7-1 Lafayette W, 12-8 Lafayette L, 5-7 at Bucknell W, 9-5 at Bucknell L, 7-12 Duquesne* W, 7-1 Duquesne* W, 9-0 Duquesne* W, 6-3 Duquesne* W, 6-0 Cornell W, 14-2 Cornell W, 3-1 at Towson State W, 7-5 at Towson State L, 12-16 West Virginia* L, 6-7 West Virginia* L, 3-6 West Virginia* W, 6-3 West Virginia* W, 10-6 at James Madison W, 5-4 at James Madison L, 0-6 Indiana (Pa.) L, 5-16 Indiana (Pa.) L, 13-14 at St. Bonaventure* L, 1-2 at St. Bonaventure* L, 3-5 at St. Bonaventure* L, 1-2 at St. Bonaventure* L, 1-4 (1) at Lakeland, Fla. (2) at N.Y. Tech

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1991 (25-20, 14-6 Atlantic 10) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at Rollins (1) L, 2-3 vs. Western Michigan (1) L, 3-5 vs. Western Michigan (1) L, 6-14 vs. Eckerd (1) L, 4-10 vs. Pittsburgh (2) L, 2-4 vs. Western Michigan (2) L, 1-4 vs. Florida Southern (1) W, 7-6 vs. Fordham (1) W, 8-5 at South Florida L, 4-12 at South Florida L, 3-4 at La Salle* L, 3-4 at La Salle* W, 8-7 Temple* W, 8-4 Temple* W, 5-4 at West Virginia* L, 2-6 at West Virginia* W, 6-2 at West Virginia* L, 5-9 at West Virginia* L, 4-5 Lock Haven W, 7-2 Lock Haven W, 4-2 Youngstown State L, 0-3 Youngstown State W, 6-4 at Rider L, 3-14 at Rider L, 3-4 Bucknell W, 6-3 Bucknell W, 4-3 St. Bonaventure* L, 1-6 St. Bonaventure* W, 2-1 St. Bonaventure* W, 4-0 St. Bonaventure* W, 9-1 at Cornell W, 20-9 at Cornell L, 6-7 George Washington* W, 4-3 George Washington* L, 3-6 George Washington* W, 3-2 George Washington* W, 5-4 James Madison W, 4-0 James Madison W, 4-3 at Duquesne* W, 9-5 at Duquesne* W, 15-3 at Duquesne* W, 8-1 at Duquesne* W, 5-3 vs. Massachusetts (3) L, 3-4 vs. George Washington (3) W, 7-2 vs. Rutgers (3) L, 6-12 (1) at Lakeland, Fla. (2) at Davenport, Fla. (3) Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.)

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1992 (24-24, 11-17 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at James Madison W, 2-1 at James Madison L, 0-5 vs. Maryland (1) W, 5-1 at Old Dominion (1) W, 4-3 at William & Mary (1) L, 3-10 vs. Connecticut (2) L, 5-6 vs. Illinois-Chicago (3) W, 15-5 vs. Pennsylvania (4) W, 6-3 vs. Maine (4) W, 5-4 at Rollins (4) W, 13-8 Maine (4) L, 5-6 Pennsylvania (4) W, 7-1 at Rollins (4) W, 5-4 at Temple L, 13-20 at Illinois* L, 0-5 at Illinois* L, 0-2 at Illinois* L, 4-6 at Illinois* L, 1-4 at Towson State W, 7-3 at Towson State L, 5-6 Michigan State* L, 2-9 Michigan State* L, 15-16 Michigan State* L, 9-10 Michigan State* L, 1-3 at Bucknell W, 11-2 at Bucknell L, 8-9 Northwestern* L, 4-5 Northwestern* W, 6-1 Northwestern* W, 10-6 Northwestern* W, 5-4 West Virginia W, 6-5 West Virginia W, 4-3 at Ohio State* L, 1-5 at Ohio State* W, 9-7 at Ohio State* L, 1-10 at Ohio State* L, 0-8 Indiana* L, 3-6 Indiana* W, 5-2 Indiana* W, 7-6 Indiana* L, 2-12 at Minnesota* W, 7-5 at Minnesota* L, 9-10 at Minnesota* W, 9-8 at Minnesota* L, 3-9 at Michigan* L, 3-5 at Michigan* W, 8-3 at Michigan* W, 9-2 at Michigan* W, 7-2 (1) at Norfolk, Va. (2) at Lakeland, Fla. (3) at Davenport, Fla. (4) Rollins Baseball Week (Winter Park, Fla.)

3/1 3/1 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/14 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/16

1993 (15-28, 5-23 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at Old Dominion L, 1-6 at Old Dominion L, 1-5 vs. Austin Peay (1) W, 6-5 vs. Austin Peay (1) L, 6-10 vs. Delaware State (1) W, 11-2 vs. Chicago State (1) W, 28-13 at Jacksonville W, 13-4 at Jacksonville W, 7-0 vs. Maine (1) W, 6-0 at Indiana* W, 7-3 at Indiana* L, 4-6 at Indiana* L, 2-4 at Indiana* L, 0-7 at Towson State W, 10-8 at Towson State L, 5-7 at Minnesota* L, 0-5 at Minnesota* L, 0-4 at Minnesota* L, 1-5 at Minnesota* L, 6-15 Bucknell L, 2-6 Bucknell W, 3-1 Michigan* W, 3-1 Michigan* L, 0-8 Michigan* L, 0-8 Michigan* L, 7-16 at West Virginia W, 15-6 at West Virginia W, 7-4 at Michigan State* L, 3-6 at Michigan State* L, 3-4 at Michigan State* L, 1-11 at Michigan State* W, 6-4 at Northwestern* L, 2-3 at Northwestern* L, 0-1 at Northwestern* L, 9-11 at Northwestern* L, 7-11 Illinois* W, 11-1 Illinois* W, 5-1 Illinois* L, 2-7 Illinois* L, 6-8 Ohio State* L, 0-2 Ohio State* L, 3-6 Ohio State* L, 0-6 Ohio State* L, 7-8 (1) at Jacksonville, Fla.

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Year-By-Year Results 1994 (25-24, 12-15 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang 2/26 NYIT W, 11-4 2/26 at Old Dominion W, 7-6 2/27 at Old Dominion L, 2-8 3/7 vs. Indiana State (1) W, 10-6 3/8 at Texas L, 1-4 3/9 at UTSA W, 5-1 3/9 at UTSA L, 0-1 3/11 at Texas A&M (2) L, 7-8 3/12 vs. Kansas State (2) L, 3-5 3/12 vs. USC (2) L, 3-5 3/13 vs. Kansas State (2) W, 5-3 3/14 vs. USC (2) L, 2-6 3/14 at Texas A&M (2) W, 6-1 3/25 at Purdue* L, 0-3 3/25 at Purdue* L, 9-10 3/26 at Purdue* L, 3-4 3/27 at Purdue* W, 9-0 4/1 at Ohio State* (3) L, 3-12 4/2 at Ohio State* (3) L, 3-6 4/2 at Ohio State* (3) L, 5-17 4/7 at Bucknell W, 7-1 4/7 at Bucknell W, 4-3 4/9 Michigan* W, 2-1 4/9 Michigan* L, 0-4 4/11 Michigan* W, 5-2 4/11 Michigan* L, 3-4 4/12 Duquesne L, 2-3 4/15 at Indiana* L, 6-9 4/16 at Indiana* W, 11-4 4/16 at Indiana* W, 6-5 4/17 at Indiana* L, 3-4 4/19 Cornell W, 6-0 4/19 Cornell W, 19-7 4/22 at Iowa* W, 6-4 4/23 at Iowa* W, 8-4 4/23 at Iowa* W, 14-13 4/24 at Iowa* L, 2-16 4/30 at Saint Joseph’s W, 13-6 4/30 at Saint Joseph’s W, 8-1 5/8 Michigan State* L, 2-4 5/8 Michigan State* L, 5-7 5/9 Michigan State* W, 9-4 5/9 Michigan State* W, 9-8 5/12 vs. Pittsburgh (4) L, 7-8 5/12 vs. Pittsburgh (4) W, 5-2 5/14 Northwestern* L, 3-8 5/14 Northwestern* W, 5-1 5/15 Northwestern* L, 0-3 5/15 Northwestern* W, 7-6 (1) at Austin, Texas (2) Aggie Continental Classic (College Station, Texas) (3) Moved to OSU because of weather (4) at Altoona, Pa.

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1995 (25-29-1, 13-13 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at Richmond L, 2-4 at Richmond L, 1-7 at Richmond L, 9-19 at Old Dominion L, 3-6 at Old Dominion L, 4-11 at Old Dominion L, 4-7 at Alabama W, 4-3 at Alabama L, 3-4 at Alabama L, 0-8 at Samford L, 6-8 at UAB L, 1-3 at Auburn L, 2-9 at Auburn L, 5-8 at Auburn L, 0-14 at George Mason W, 9-1 at George Mason W, 5-3 at George Mason W, 7-5 Temple W, 9-0 Temple W, 6-4 Ohio State* L, 5-7 Ohio State* W, 15-13 Ohio State* L, 3-8 Ohio State* W, 3-1 St. Bonaventure W, 1-0 St. Bonaventure T, 7-7 at Michigan State* L, 2-10 at Michigan State* L, 7-8 at Michigan State* W, 5-1 at Michigan State* W, 11-7 Bucknell W, 4-2 Bucknell L, 2-3 at Michigan* W, 5-4 at Michigan* L, 9-10 at Northwestern* W, 3-0 at Northwestern* L, 1-3 at Northwestern* L, 1-3 at Northwestern* L, 0-4 at Cornell W, 11-5 at Cornell L, 4-5 Indiana* W, 4-3 Indiana* W, 8-3 Indiana* L, 0-1 Indiana* L, 0-2 Purdue* W, 7-6 Purdue* W, 6-1 Purdue* L, 3-4 Purdue* W, 10-9 at Duquesne L, 3-9 at Duquesne W, 6-0 Drexel W, 11-0 Drexel W, 16-7 Iowa* W, 2-0 Iowa* W, 3-1 Iowa* L, 1-15 Iowa* L, 9-10

1996 (32-24-1, 19-8 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang 2/18 at Winthrop W, 9-4 2/18 at Winthrop L, 0-1 2/19 at Winthrop W, 12-1 2/25 at Norfolk State L, 3-4 2/25 at Norfolk State T, 3-3 3/2 at Santa Clara L, 1-3 3/4 at Stanford L, 0-8 3/5 at California L, 4-5 3/6 at Pacific L, 3-7 3/7 at Santa Clara L, 0-10 3/8 vs. Portland (1) L, 7-13 3/8 at San Jose State (1) L, 1-8 3/9 vs. Santa Clara (1) L, 2-8 3/10 at San Jose State L, 3-9 3/16 at Temple W, 9-2 3/16 at Temple L, 3-7 3/17 at Drexel L, 1-2 3/17 at Drexel L, 0-3 3/24 at Indiana* W, 2-0 3/25 at Indiana* W, 7-4 3/25 at Indiana* L, 4-7 3/26 at Indiana* L, 2-5 3/29 at Illinois* W, 13-6 3/30 at Illinois* L, 0-3 3/30 at Illinois* W, 10-5 4/2 at Bucknell W, 9-4 4/2 at Bucknell W, 6-4 4/6 Iowa* W, 6-1 4/6 Iowa* W, 5-1 4/7 Iowa* L, 4-7 4/7 Iowa* W, 7-3 4/12 at Minnesota* L, 5-6 4/13 at Minnesota* W, 7-2 4/14 at Minnesota* W, 5-3 4/14 at Minnesota* W, 3-1 4/17 Cornell W, 11-6 4/17 Cornell W, 3-2 4/20 at Michigan* W, 7-5 4/20 at Michigan* L, 1-8 4/21 at Michigan* W, 8-2 4/21 at Michigan* W, 2-0 4/26 Northwestern* W, 3-0 4/27 Northwestern* W, 7-3 4/27 Northwestern* L, 5-9 4/28 Northwestern* W, 6-3 5/5 Richmond W, 6-0 5/5 Richmond W, 8-4 5/6 Richmond W, 13-9 5/8 Duquesne W, 7-4 5/8 Duquesne W, 2-1 5/12 Ohio State* W, 8-4 5/12 Ohio State* W, 8-4 5/13 Ohio State* L, 5-9 5/13 Ohio State* W, 8-7 5/16 Michigan (2) W, 14-3 5/17 Indiana (2) L, 2-6 5/18 Illinois (2) L, 3-11 (1) at San Jose State (San Jose, Calif.) (2) Big Ten Tournament (University Park, Pa.)

2/16 2/16 2/22 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/1 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/27 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/12

1997 (29-24, 12-14 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang vs. Virginia (1) L, 4-12 at UNC-Wilmington L, 5-8 at Norfolk State W, 8-7 at Norfolk State W, 4-1 at Norfolk State W, 13-2 at Richmond L, 4-9 at Richmond L, 2-6 at Richmond L, 8-9 vs. Notre Dame (2) W, 9-2 vs. Creighton (2) L, 4-5 at Texas A&M L, 1-18 vs. Notre Dame (2) L, 8-9 vs. NE Illinois (2) W, 20-5 vs. Creighton (2) L, 10-15 vs. NE Illinois (2) W, 12-3 at La Salle W, 28-1 at La Salle W, 7-4 at La Salle L, 0-2 at La Salle W, 15-4 Georgetown W, 6-1 Georgetown W, 3-2 at Michigan* L, 3-10 at Michigan* L, 3-8 at Michigan* L, 6-17 at Michigan* L, 4-14 Bucknell W, 12-6 Bucknell W, 21-4 at Iowa* W, 11-5 at Iowa* L, 6-7 at Iowa* W, 21-15 Minnesota* W, 5-4 Minnesota* W, 4-3 Minnesota* L, 4-7 at Cornell W, 5-3 at Cornell W, 7-5 Illinois* W, 13-8 Illinois* W, 8-7 Illinois* L, 5-11 Illinois* W, 13-3 Temple W, 15-1 Temple W, 11-3 at Northwestern* W, 5-1 at Northwestern* L, 1-6 at Northwestern* L, 1-6 at Northwestern* L, 2-3 at Ohio State* L, 3-12 at Ohio State* L, 0-6 at Ohio State* L, 6-16 at Ohio State* W, 11-8 Indiana* L, 3-4 Indiana* W, 8-7 Indiana* W, 13-9 Indiana* W, 7-6 (1) at Wilmington, N.C. (2) Irish Spring Classic (San Antonio, Texas)


Year-By-Year Results 1998 (28-24, 15-11 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang 2/14 at Charlotte W, 7-5 2/14 at Charlotte L, 3-16 2/15 at Charlotte L, 1-15 2/21 at Virginia L, 2-5 2/21 at Virginia L, 2-9 2/22 at Virginia L, 4-8 2/28 at Winthrop W, 6-0 2/28 at Winthrop L, 9-10 3/1 at Winthrop L, 3-8 3/7 vs. W. Michigan (1) W, 10-2 3/7 vs. Miami (Ohio) (1) L, 9-11 3/9 at Rollins (2) W, 9-3 3/10 vs. Pennsylvania (2) W, 14-12 3/11 vs. Miami (Ohio) (2) W, 13-1 3/12 at Rollins (2) W, 7-0 3/13 vs. Pennsylvania (2) W, 19-1 3/14 vs. Miami (Ohio) (2) L, 5-15 3/27 at Indiana* W, 10-7 3/28 at Indiana* W, 7-3 3/28 at Indiana* L, 5-6 3/29 at Indiana* L, 17-23 3/31 at Bucknell L, 5-10 3/31 at Bucknell W, 13-2 4/3 Michigan State* W, 8-0 4/4 Michigan State* W, 5-3 4/4 Michigan State* L, 9-13 4/5 Michigan State* W, 21-8 4/7 at Georgetown L, 1-7 4/7 at Georgetown W, 11-3 4/10 Northwestern* L, 18-20 4/11 Northwestern* L, 4-5 4/11 Northwestern* W, 8-5 4/12 Northwestern* W, 14-11 4/14 Cornell W, 12-3 4/17 at Iowa* L, 2-3 4/18 at Iowa* L, 4-5 4/18 at Iowa* L, 2-6 4/19 at Iowa* W, 15-9 4/22 Duquesne W, 12-9 4/24 Ohio State* L, 2-8 4/25 Ohio State* L, 11-15 4/25 Ohio State* W, 4-2 5/1 at Michigan* W, 8-1 5/2 at Michigan* W, 6-5 5/2 at Michigan* W, 15-9 5/3 at Michigan* W, 9-6 5/9 Purdue* W, 11-1 5/10 Purdue* L, 4-11 5/10 Purdue* W, 9-5 5/14 at Illinois (3) W, 5-2 5/15 vs. Minnesota (3) L, 5-14 5/16 at Illinois (3) L, 5-11 (1) at Deland, Fla. (2) Rollins Baseball Week (Winter Park, Fla.) (3) Big Ten Tournament (Champaign, Ill.)

2/20 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/27 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/9 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/14 5/15 5/15 5/16

1999 (32-23, 12-15 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at Virginia L, 3-6 at Virginia L, 3-4 at Virginia W, 4-2 at Duke W, 13-1 at Duke W, 3-1 Notre Dame (1) W, 6-5 Notre Dame (1) L, 1-3 at Texas State L, 3-5 Notre Dame (1) L, 3-6 Saint Mary’s (1) W, 8-6 Creighton (1) L, 1-3 Saint Mary’s (1) W, 14-9 at William & Mary L, 10-16 at William & Mary W, 5-1 at William & Mary W, 7-2 C.W. Post W, 9-1 C.W. Post W, 7-2 C.W. Post L, 11-15 Bucknell W, 11-7 Bucknell W, 17-16 Indiana* W, 7-6 Indiana* W, 4-3 Indiana* L, 6-7 Indiana* W, 9-3 at Cornell W, 11-10 at Cornell W, 12-2 at Michigan State* L, 3-4 at Michigan State* W, 16-6 at Michigan State* L, 9-16 Norfolk State W, 6-2 Norfolk State W, 13-7 at Northwestern* L, 1-2 at Northwestern* W, 4-2 at Northwestern* L, 4-6 at Northwestern* L, 0-4 Duquesne W, 11-9 Duquesne W, 5-4 at Ohio State* L, 0-4 at Ohio State* L, 9-10 at Ohio State* L, 0-1 at Ohio State* L, 8-10 Temple W, 12-5 Temple W, 8-3 Iowa* W, 9-1 Iowa* W, 10-0 Iowa* L, 1-4 Iowa* W, 15-10 at Purdue* L, 6-7 at Purdue* W, 6-4 at Purdue* L, 5-6 at Purdue* L, 3-4 Michigan* W, 5-4 Michigan* L, 1-6 Michigan* W, 13-3 Michigan* W, 15-13 (1) at San Antonio, Texas

2000 (45-19, 18-9 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang 2/13 at North Carolina L, 10-21 2/13 at North Carolina L, 2-3(10) 2/19 at James Madison L, 6-7 (9) 2/19 at James Madison W, 11-10 2/20 at James Madison L, 2-7 2/26 at Norfolk State W, 16-0 2/26 at Norfolk State W, 6-0 2/27 at Norfolk State W, 21-3 3/4 vs. Saint Joseph’s (1) W, 21-0 3/6 vs. Toledo (2) W, 10-7 3/7 at Rollins (2) W, 6-5 3/8 vs. Long Island (2) W, 11-6 3/9 vs. Toledo (2) W, 4-3 3/10 at Rollins (2) W, 8-6 3/11 vs. Long Island (2) W, 20-4 3/18 at Winthrop W, 4-3 3/19 vs. Columbia W, 13-10 3/19 at Winthrop L, 8-9 3/24 Indiana* L, 1-3 3/25 Indiana* W, 9-4 3/26 Indiana* W, 5-4 3/26 Indiana* W, 7-6 3/28 at Bucknell W, 20-6 3/28 at Bucknell W, 11-8 3/31 Purdue* W, 9-2 4/1 Purdue* L, 1-6 4/1 Purdue* W, 2-1 4/2 Purdue* L, 3-6 4/4 Cornell W, 13-3 4/4 Cornell W, 12-9 4/7 at Michigan State* W, 19-4 4/9 at Michigan State* W, 7-4 (8) 4/9 at Michigan State* L, 1-2 4/14 at Iowa* W, 15-11 4/15 at Iowa* W, 15-2 4/15 at Iowa* W, 3-0 4/16 at Iowa* W, 8-1 4/19 St. Bonaventure W, 7-1 4/23 NYIT W, 15-1 4/23 NYIT W, 15-1 4/28 Michigan* W, 3-1 4/29 Michigan* W, 4-1 4/29 Michigan* W, 6-3 4/30 Michigan* W, 18-9 5/6 Ohio State* L, 5-8 5/7 Ohio State* L, 3-9 5/7 Ohio State* W, 4-1 5/8 Ohio State* L, 8-9 5/12 at Northwestern* L, 6-11 5/13 at Northwestern* L, 11-12 5/14 at Northwestern* W, 12-6 5/17 vs. Ohio State (3) W, 8-7 5/19 vs. Illinois (3) L, 3-5 5/19 vs. Minnesota (3) W, 5-2 5/20 vs. Illinois (3) W, 6-0 5/21 vs. Illinois (3) L, 3-5 5/26 vs. North Carolina (4) L, 5-14 5/27 vs. Army (4) W, 3-1 5/27 vs. Rutgers (4) W, 6-5 5/28 vs. North Carolina (4) W, 6-5 5/28 vs. North Carolina (4) W, 10-3 6/2 at Texas (5) L, 3-7 6/3 at Texas (5) L, 0-10 (1) at Deland, Fla. (2) Rollins Baseball Week (Lakeland, Fla.) (3) Big Ten Tournament (Minneapolis, Minn.) (4) NCAA Regional (Upper Montclair, N.J.) (5) NCAA Super Regional (Austin, Texas)

2001 (29-29, 15-11 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang 2/10 at Wake Forest L, 5-10 2/11 at Wake Forest L, 2-3 2/17 at Charlotte W, 7-2 2/18 at Charlotte L, 3-4 2/24 at Virginia L, 4-15 2/24 at Virginia L, 5-6 (9) 2/25 at Virginia W, 7-6 (10) 3/4 vs. UNLV (1) W, 2-0 3/4 at Texas A&M (1) L, 2-7 3/5 vs. Indiana State (1) L, 5-8 3/5 at Texas A&M (1) L, 2-13 3/6 vs. Indiana State (1) L, 3-7 3/6 at Texas A&M (1) L, 1-2 3/8 vs. Troy (1) L, 1-4 3/9 vs. Troy (1) W, 13-3 3/9 at Texas-Pan Am. W, 8-4 3/10 at Texas-Pan Am. W, 13-2 3/17 at Delaware L, 5-9 3/17 at Delaware L, 7-15 3/18 at Delaware L, 3-4 (10) 3/23 at Indiana* W, 14-4 3/24 at Indiana* L, 3-6 3/24 at Indiana* W, 7-1 3/28 Bucknell W, 6-1 3/30 at Michigan* W, 2-1 3/31 at Michigan* W, 4-1 3/31 at Michigan* W, 9-3 4/4 at Cornell W, 26-4 4/4 at Cornell W, 13-1 4/6 Iowa* W, 3-1 4/7 Iowa* L, 6-7 4/7 Iowa* W, 1-0 4/8 Iowa* L, 10-3 4/10 James Madison L, 1-4 4/10 James Madison W, 13-4 4/13 at Purdue* L, 3-7 4/14 at Purdue* L, 2-5 4/14 at Purdue* W, 3-1 4/15 at Purdue* L, 4-5 4/18 St. Bonaventure W, 11-9 4/20 at Ohio State* W, 8-3 4/21 at Ohio State* W, 9-4 4/21 at Ohio State* L, 6-16 4/22 at Ohio State* L, 4-6 4/28 Pace W, 12-6 4/28 Pace W, 11-5 4/29 Pace L, 6-7 5/4 Northwestern* W, 14-6 5/5 Northwestern* L, 0-4 5/5 Northwestern* L, 3-10 5/6 Northwestern* L, 4-5 5/11 Michigan State* W, 12-11 5/12 Michigan State* W, 6-3 5/12 Michigan State* W, 8-7 (8) 5/13 Michigan State* W, 10-1 5/16 vs. Minnesota (2) L, 2-4 5/17 vs. Ohio State (2) W, 4-3 5/18 vs. Michigan (2) L, 2-10 (1) at Texas A&M Aggie Classic (College Station, Texas) (2) Big Ten Tournament (Columbus, Ohio)

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2002 (23-30, 11-19 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at Norfolk State W, 6-5 at Norfolk State W, 8-2 at James Madison L, 4-11 at James Madison L, 8-11 vs. Siena (1) W, 9-4 vs. Evansville (1) L, 3-8 vs. Stetson (1) L, 8-18 vs. Central Michigan (1) L, 5-10 vs. Evansville (1) L, 7-11 vs. Stetson (1) W, 5-4 vs. Central Michigan (1) L, 9-12 at Richmond L, 3-4 at Richmond W, 7-2 at Navy W, 12-1 at Navy W, 10-7 at Bucknell W, 8-3 Purdue* W, 1-0 Purdue* L, 9-10 Purdue* L, 3-6 Purdue* L, 6-10 Cornell W, 9-6 at Ohio State* W, 14-2 at Ohio State* L, 6-7 at Ohio State* L, 0-10 at Ohio State* L, 0-11 St. Bonaventure W, 5-2 Minnesota* L, 2-7 Minnesota* W, 3-0 Minnesota* L, 0-8 at Maryland L, 7-10 at Northwestern* L, 12-14 at Northwestern* L, 4-5 at Northwestern* W, 5-4 at Northwestern* L, 2-4 Delaware W, 6-2 Delaware L, 8-9 Michigan* L, 4-15 Michigan* W, 4-1 Michigan* W, 5-2 Michigan* W, 1-0 at Indiana* L, 9-11 at Indiana* W, 6-4 at Indiana* W, 6-2 at Indiana* W, 14-9 at Illinois* L, 1-3 at Illinois* W, 2-1 at Illinois* L, 1-4 Virginia L, 4-12 Virginia W, 12-11 Michigan State* L, 7-16 Michigan State* L, 0-16 Michigan State* L, 0-14 Michigan State* L, 3-16 (1) at Deland, Fla.

2/28 3/1 3/2 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/30 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/9 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/13 5/17 5/17 5/18 5/21 5/23 5/23 5/24 5/24

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2003 (29-28, 17-15 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang at Arizona State L, 0-13 at Arizona State L, 1-12 at Arizona State L, 7-11 vs. Illinois State (1) W, 5-1 vs. Pennsylvania (1) W, 6-2 at Fresno State (1) L, 2-7 vs. UNC–Asheville (1) L, 1-3 vs. Gonzaga (1) L, 5-6 vs. Cal Poly (1) W, 16-5 at Delaware L, 1-6 at Delaware W, 12-6 at Delaware W, 8-0 at Cornell L, 3-4 at Cornell L, 2-5 at Purdue* W, 6-0 at Purdue* L, 6-11 at Purdue* W, 13-3 at Purdue* W, 14-4 Ohio State* L, 3-4 Ohio State* W, 2-1 Ohio State* L, 5-7 Ohio State* W, 10-2 at Minnesota* L, 1-19 at Minnesota* L, 3-4 at Minnesota* L, 1-2 at Minnesota* L, 2-8 Maryland L, 2-3 George Washington L, 6-11 Northwestern* W, 6-4 Northwestern* L, 1-2 Northwestern* W, 4-3 Northwestern* W, 11-1 Bucknell W, 19-6 at Michigan* W, 6-5 at Michigan* L, 2-4 at Michigan* L, 5-6 at Michigan* W, 6-4 James Madison W, 3-2 James Madison W, 15-12 Indiana* W, 15-12 Indiana* L, 9-13 Indiana* L, 4-8 Indiana* W, 7-3 Illinois* W, 4-1 Illinois* W, 3-2 Illinois* L, 0-3 Illinois* W, 2-0 Villanova L, 8-13 at Michigan State* W, 6-2 at Michigan State* L, 7-8 at Michigan State* W, 4-3 vs. Northwestern (2) W, 6-0 at Minnesota (2) L, 3-4 vs. Indiana (2) W, 8-4 vs. Michigan (2) W, 3-2 vs. Ohio State (2) L, 3-13 (1) Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic (Fresno, Calif.) (2) Big Ten Tournament (Minneapolis, Minn.)

2004 (28-29, 17-15 Big Ten) Head Coach: Joe Hindelang 2/21 at Virginia L, 1-7 2/22 at Virginia W, 8-3 2/28 at Norfolk State W, 10-1 2/29 at Norfolk State W, 12-2 3/6 vs. UTSA (1) W, 6-5 3/7 vs. Southern Illinois (1) W, 8-7 3/8 vs. Notre Dame (1) L, 2-8 3/9 vs. Southern Illinois (1) L, 9-12 3/11 vs. Notre Dame (2) L, 2-4 3/12 vs. Texas State (2) L, 2-5 3/13 vs. Arizona (2) L, 1-10 3/20 at Richmond W, 6-4 3/21 at Richmond W, 5-4 3/23 at Bucknell W, 6-4 3/27 at Miami (Fla.) L, 1-6 3/27 at Miami (Fla.) L, 0-1 3/28 at Miami (Fla.) L, 3-11 3/30 Cornell W, 9-1 3/30 Cornell W, 2-1 4/2 Purdue* L, 3-7 4/3 Purdue* W, 7-3 4/3 Purdue* W, 7-2 4/4 Purdue* L, 2-18 4/7 St. Bonaventure W, 9-8 4/9 Northwestern* L, 4-7 4/10 Northwestern* W, 6-5 4/10 Northwestern* W, 5-4 4/11 Northwestern* W, 4-1 4/16 at Minnesota* L, 2-7 4/17 at Minnesota* L, 3-6 4/17 at Minnesota* W, 8-4 4/18 at Minnesota* W, 4-3 4/20 Delaware L, 3-9 4/20 Delaware L, 3-4 4/23 Iowa* L, 3-6 4/24 Iowa* W, 2-1 4/24 Iowa* W, 4-1 4/25 Iowa* L, 2-6 4/30 at Illinois* W, 8-1 5/1 at Illinois* W, 2-1 5/1 at Illinois* W, 4-1 5-2 at Illinois* W, 4-0 5/8 at Ohio State* L, 1-3 5/9 at Ohio State* W, 1-0 5/9 at Ohio State* W, 6-3 5/10 at Ohio State* L, 4-9 5/12 at Villanova L, 2-5 5/14 Michigan State* L, 3-7 5/15 Michigan State* W, 3-2 5/15 Michigan State* L, 5-11 5/16 Michigan State* L, 4-7 5/22 at Michigan* L, 2-9 5/22 at Michigan* L, 0-7 5/23 at Michigan* L, 1-5 5/23 at Michigan* W, 5-2 5/26 vs. Michigan (3) L, 2-7 5/27 vs. Michigan State (3) L, 7-8 (1) Alamo City Classic (San Antonio, Texas) (2) Round Rock College Classic (Round Rock, Texas) (3) Big Ten Tournament (Minneapolis, Minn.)

2005 (28-27, 13-19 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine 2/19 at Charlotte L, 3-6 2/25 at UNC Wilmington (1) W, 4-3 2/26 vs. George Mason (1) L, 5-6 2/27 vs. James Madison (1) L, 5-6 3/7 vs. Monmouth (2) W, 6-3 3/8 vs. Gonzaga (2) L, 6-14 3/9 vs. Dallas Baptist (2) W, 7-5 3/10 vs. Southern Utah (2) W, 13-2 3/11 vs. San Francisco (2) L, 1-6 3/12 vs. Gonzaga (2) L, 6-8 3/19 at Delaware W, 6-1 3/19 at Delaware W, 12-6 3/20 at Delaware W, 7-1 3/26 at James Madison L, 3-12 3/26 at James Madison W, 3-2 3/27 at James Madison W, 1-0 3/29 St. Bonaventure W, 15-4 3/30 Bucknell W, 19-6 4/1 at Purdue* W, 6-3 4/2 at Purdue* L, 4-6 4/2 at Purdue* L, 3-9 4/3 at Purdue* W, 13-0 4/6 vs. Pittsburgh (3) W, 9-0 4/8 at Northwestern* L, 2-3 4/9 at Northwestern* W, 4-2 4/9 at Northwestern* W, 2-1 4/10 at Northwestern* W, 3-0 4/15 Minnesota* W, 13-5 4/16 Minnesota* L, 3-5 4/16 Minnesota* W, 7-5 4/17 Minnesota* L, 8-11 4/20 Norfolk State W, 5-1 4/20 Norfolk State W, 3-0 4/22 at Iowa* L, 5-6 4/23 at Iowa* W, 5-4 4/23 at Iowa* L, 3-13 4/24 at Iowa* L, 3-10 4/29 Illinois* W, 3-2 4/30 Illinois* L, 3-6 4/30 Illinois* L, 4-6 5/1 Illinois* W, 9-1 5/7 Ohio State* L, 2-11 5/8 Ohio State* L, 10-13 5/8 Ohio State* L, 2-29 5/9 Ohio State* L, 6-11 5/11 Duquesne W, 11-5 5/13 at Michigan State* W, 7-6 5/14 at Michigan State* L, 6-10 5/14 at Michigan State* L, 5-6 5/15 at Michigan State* W, 3-2 5/17 Villanova L, 10-12 5/20 Michigan* W, 4-3 5/21 Michigan* L, 4-5 5/21 Michigan* L, 2-4 5/22 Michigan* L, 4-8 (1) Hughes Brothers Challenge (Wilmington, N.C.) (2) Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic (Fresno, Calif.) (3) Keystone Classic (Altoona, Pa.)


Year-By-Year Results 2006 (20-36, 13-19 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine 2/17 at Tulane L, 4-9 2/18 at Tulane L, 0-12 2/19 at Tulane L, 3-9 2/24 at East Carolina (1) L, 3-4 2/25 vs. N.C. State (1) L, 2-3 2/26 vs. West Virginia (1) L, 4-5 3/4 vs. Bowling Green (2) L, 4-5 3/5 vs. Sacred Heart (3) W, 17-2 3/6 vs. Central Michigan (3) L, 1-3 3/7 vs. Lehigh (3) W, 4-0 3/8 vs. Jacksonville (3) L, 3-7 3/10 vs. Bethune-Cookman(3) W, 6-5 3/11 vs. Toledo (3) L, 5-6 3/11 vs. Bethune-Cookman (3) L, 1-2 3/18 at Furman W, 4-2 3/18 at Furman L, 4-8 3/19 at Furman L, 5-7 3/24 at Arizona State L, 5-8 3/25 at Arizona State L, 5-15 3/26 at Arizona State L, 7-9 3/31 at Minnesota* W, 7-3 4/1 at Minnesota* W, 12-2 4/1 at Minnesota* L, 0-5 4/2 at Minnesota* L, 0-5 4/5 vs. Pittsburgh (4) W, 7-4 4/7 Iowa* L, 1-6 4/8 Iowa* L, 3-11 4/8 Iowa* L, 1-2 4/9 Iowa* W, 11-10 4/12 Duquesne W, 12-6 4/14 Michigan State* W, 10-9 4/15 Michigan State* L, 5-9 4/15 Michigan State* L, 4-6 4/16 Michigan State* W, 12-11 4/21 at Northwestern* W, 12-1 4/22 at Northwestern* L, 2-3 4/22 at Northwestern* L, 4-5 4/23 at Northwestern* W, 15-5 4/25 Bucknell W, 14-6 4/28 Indiana* W, 5-4 4/29 Indiana* L, 2-3 4/29 Indiana* L, 0-3 4/30 Indiana* W, 11-0 5/6 at Purdue* L, 5-6 5/7 at Purdue* L, 2-6 5/7 at Purdue* W, 4-0 5/8 at Purdue* W, 8-6 5/12 Michigan* L, 0-7 5/13 Michigan* L, 0-2 5/13 Michigan* W, 13-2 5/14 Michigan* L, 0-4 5/16 at Villanova L, 5-8 5/19 at Ohio State* L, 3-4 5/20 at Ohio State* W, 3-2 5/20 at Ohio State* L, 0-3 5/21 at Ohio State* L, 2-12 (1) Keith LeClair Classic (Greenville, N.C.) (2) at Bradenton, Fla. (3) at Clearwater, Fla. (4) Keystone Classic (Washington, Pa.)

2/16 2/16 2/17 2/18 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/13 5/18 5/19 5/19 5/20 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/25 5/26

2007 (31-26, 20-10 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine vs. Kansas State (1) L, 0-5 at Centenary L, 6-7 vs. Kansas State (1) L, 1-4 at Centenary W, 7-6 at UNC L, 4-8 at UNC W, 3-2 (10) at UNC L, 4-5 at Wichita State L, 2-7 at Wichita State L, 0-3 at Wichita State L, 1-2 at Kansas L, 5-18 at Oral Roberts L, 0-12 at Oral Roberts L, 8-11 at Oral Roberts L, 2-4 Central Conn. St. W, 8-1 Central Conn. St. W, 9-0 Central Conn. St. L, 0-2 Minnesota* L, 2-3 Minnesota* W, 3-2 Minnesota* L, 2-9 Bucknell W, 6-5 Kent State W, 9-3 at Iowa* W, 6-1 at Iowa* L, 0-1 at Iowa* L, 2-6 Temple W, 14-8 at Michigan State* W, 3-1 at Michigan State* L, 1-4 at Michigan State* W, 6-5 at Michigan State* W, 10-4 Mount St. Mary’s L, 8-16 Northwestern* W, 7-6 Northwestern* W, 1-0 Northwestern* W, 11-5 Northwestern* W, 6-4 Duquesne W, 12-8 at Indiana* W, 6-4 at Indiana* W, 6-2 at Indiana* L, 1-3 at Indiana* L, 7-8 Purdue* W, 4-1 Purdue* W, 11-2 Purdue* L, 1-6 Purdue* W, 7-3 at Michigan* L, 5-11 at Michigan* W, 5-4 at Michigan* W, 9-3 at Michigan* W, 15-5 Ohio State* W, 3-2 Ohio State* W, 4-2 Ohio State* W, 3-2 Ohio State* L, 2-3 vs. Ohio State (2) L, 3-10 vs. Iowa (2) W, 5-3 at Michigan (2) W, 6-5 vs. Illinois (2) W, 6-2 vs. Minnesota (2) L, 3-4 (1) at Shreveport, La. (2) Big Ten Tournament (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

2008 (27-31, 17-15 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine at High Point W, 4-2 at High Point L, 1-14 at High Point L, 4-7 vs. Troy (1) L, 2-5 vs. Kennesaw St. (1) W, 4-3 vs. Wake Forest (1) L, 4-15 vs. Air Force (2) W, 12-2 vs. Monmouth (2) L, 7-9 vs. Connecticut (2) L, 6-14 at Miami (Fla.) (2) L, 0-10 vs. Connecticut (2) L, 2-4 vs. Bethune Cookman (2) L, 9-10 vs. Cornell (2) L, 1-4 Lehigh W, 18-9 Lehigh L, 1-3 (9) Lehigh W, 2-0 Canisius L, 6-11 at Ohio State* L, 0-15 at Ohio State* W, 3-1 at Ohio State* W, 5-2 at Ohio State* L, 0-2 Bucknell W, 8-3 Michigan* L, 2-3 Michigan* L, 0-1 Michigan* L, 3-6 Michigan* W, 10-1 at Pittsburgh W, 6-5 at Purdue* L, 8-13 at Purdue* L, 4-12 at Purdue* L, 1-4 at Purdue* W, 13-3 Akron L, 3-5 Indiana* W, 7-3 Indiana* W, 8-1 Indiana* W, 3-2 Indiana* W, 11-9 La Salle W, 7-3 Youngstown St. W, 5-4 (13) at Illinois* L, 11-20 at Illinois* W, 10-7 at Illinois* W, 16-5 at Illinois* L, 6-17 at Villanova L, 5-7 Michigan State* L, 3-7 Michigan State* W, 2-1 Michigan State* L, 2-10 Michigan State* L, 1-4 Iowa* W, 6-5 (10) Iowa* W, 6-5 Iowa* W, 13-9 Iowa* W, 11-8 at Minnesota* L, 7-11 at Minnesota* W, 5-3 at Minnesota* W, 9-7 at Minnesota* L, 2-4 vs. Indiana (3) W, 6-1 vs. Purdue (3) L, 6-15 vs. Indiana (3) L, 8-11 (1) at Dothan, Ala. (2) Papa John’s Palm Beach Challenge (West Palm Beach, Fla.) (3) Big Ten Tournament (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

2/23 2/23 2/24 2/29 3/1 3/2 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/16 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/30 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/9 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/17 5/21 5/22 5/23

2/20 2/21 2/22 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/1 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/12 5/14 5/15 5/16

2009 (25-26, 8-16 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine vs. St. John’s (1) L, 6-15 vs. Northwestern (1) W, 9-1 vs. Seton Hall (1) W, 6-1 at Texas L, 2-9 at Texas L, 2-6 at Texas L, 0-1 at Texas L, 0-9 vs. Akron (2) W, 10-4 vs. Lehigh (2) W, 15-5 vs. Saint Joseph’s (2) W, 8-7 at FGCU (2) L, 11-12 (14) at FGCU (2) W, 18-16 vs. Rutgers (3) W, 12-8 vs. Rutgers (3) L, 5-6 (10) vs. Rutgers (3) L, 2-5 vs. Rutgers (3) W, 7-3 NYIT W, 4-2 NYIT W, 13-2 NYIT W, 9-2 at Kent State W, 9-2 at Temple W, 7-4 Ohio State* L, 3-8 Ohio State* L, 2-12 Ohio State* W, 15-11 Bucknell W, 6-5 Kent State L, 3-4 at Michigan* W, 6-4 at Michigan* L, 5-9 at Michigan* W, 16-5 Bucknell W, 12-11 Purdue* L, 4-6 Purdue* W, 11-9 Purdue* L, 3-9 Mount St. Mary’s W, 8-3 at Indiana* W, 9-7 at Indiana* L, 1-15 at Indiana* L, 2-3 Illinois* L, 3-7 Illinois* L, 5-11 Illinois* L, 2-9 La Salle W, 9-3 at Michigan State* L, 1-12 at Michigan State* L, 1-9 at Michigan State* L, 5-6 at Iowa* W, 8-6 at Iowa* W, 5-4 (11) at Iowa* L, 3-5 Villanova L, 5-10 Minnesota* L, 6-7 Minnesota* L, 2-4 Minnesota* W, 10-8 (1) Big Ten/Big East Challenge (St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Fla.) (2) at Lantana, Fla. (3) at Boca Raton, Fla.

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Year-By-Year Results 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/30 3/31 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/20 5/21 5/22

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2010 (22-30, 9-15 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine vs. Cincinnati (1) W, 5-4 (12) vs. Seton Hall (1) W, 3-2 (13) vs. Notre Dame (1) L, 8-9 (10) vs. McNeese St. (2) W, 12-6 vs. Dallas Baptist (2) W, 10-4 at Lamar (2) L, 0-4 at Lamar (2) L, 3-8 at Texas A&M L, 3-17 at Texas A&M L, 0-7 at Texas State L, 6-20 at Texas State L, 6-15 at Texas State L, 4-5 vs. Kent State (3) W, 7-3 vs. Columbia (3) W, 6-5 at Winthrop (3) L, 13-14 (10) vs. Kent State (3) L, 5-10 at Pittsburgh L, 4-7 Hofstra L, 1-7 Hofstra W, 2-1 Hofstra W, 9-4 Hofstra W, 8-4 at Kent State L, 8-9 Kent State W, 10-8 at Illinois* W, 16-9 at Illinois* L, 8-10 at Illinois* L, 3-15 Bucknell W, 7-6 Northwestern* L, 5-11 Northwestern* L, 2-3 (11) Northwestern* W, 6-5 Pittsburgh W, 14-8 at Purdue* L, 7-18 at Purdue* L, 4-6 at Purdue* L, 3-4 Duquesne W, 15-9 Mount St. Mary’s L, 1-2 at Ohio State* L, 1-3 at Ohio State* W, 18-10 at Ohio State* W, 14-6 La Salle L, 2-3 Michigan State* W, 18-7 Michigan State* W, 22-5 Michigan State* W, 9-1 Iowa* W, 6-2 Iowa* L, 3-9 Iowa* L, 9-13 at Minnesota* L, 7-12 at Minnesota* L, 1-5 at Minnesota* L, 1-8 Michigan* L, 3-6 Michigan* W, 6-5 Michigan* L, 4-7 (1) Big Ten/Big East Challenge (St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Fla.) (2) at YMBL Cardinal Classic (3) at Coca-Cola Classic

2/18 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/26 2/27 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/10 5/11 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/25 5/26

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2011 (32-22, 12-12 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine vs. Seton Hall (1) W, 8-6 vs. West Virginia(1) W, 3-2 vs. Notre Dame (1) L, 5-8 at Eastern Kentucky W, 7-1 at Eastern Kentucky L, 5-7 at Eastern Kentucky L, 6-7 at N.C. State W, 3-2 at N.C. State L, 1-4 at N.C. State W, 9-4 at Old Dominion W, 6-1 at Old Dominion W, 10-4 at Norfolk State W, 5-1 at Norfolk State W, 12-1 at Norfolk State L, 2-4 at Norfolk State W, 5-0 at Wichita State L, 0-9 at Wichita State W, 4-2 at Wichita State W, 9-4 (11) Le Moyne L, 6-10 Le Moyne W, 6-2 Le Moyne W, 10-3 Albany W, 6-4 Illinois* L, 6-7 Illinois* W, 3-1 Illinois* W, 13-4 Kent State L, 6-7 at Northwestern* W, 12-0 at Northwestern* W, 7-3 at Northwestern* L, 8-9 Pittsburgh W, 5-4 Purdue* L, 3-5 Purdue* W, 4-3 Purdue* L, 4-15 Maryland W, 4-2 Ohio State* L, 1-5 Ohio State* W, 5-2 Ohio State* W, 10-9 Bucknell W, 7-3 at Michigan State* L, 4-5 (10) at Michigan State* L, 4-5 at Michigan State* L, 5-10 at Iowa* L, 4-11 at Iowa* W, 3-2 at Iowa* L, 1-2 (10) Niagara W, 4-1 at Pittsburgh W, 10-3 Minnesota* W, 7-0 Minnesota* L, 4-5 (11) Minnesota* W, 4-2 at Michigan* W, 1-0 at Michigan* L, 4-5 (11) at Michigan* W, 11-8 vs. Purdue (2) L, 2-7 vs. Minnesota (2) L, 2-8 (1) Big Ten/Big East Challenge (St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Fla.) (2) Big Ten Tournament (Columbus, Ohio)

2/17 2/18 2/19 2/24 2/25 2/26 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/28 3/28 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/9 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/23 5/24

2012 (29-27, 15-9 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine vs. Seton Hall (1) L, 3-6 vs. West Virginia (1) L, 1-4 vs. Cincinnati (1) W, 5-3 at UNC-Greensboro L, 7-10 at UNC-Greensboro L, 3-8 at UNC-Greensboro L, 0-6 at Samford W, 7-4 at Samford L, 1-4 at Samford L, 3-7 at Mississippi State L, 3-7 at Mississippi State L, 6-10 at UAB L, 3-9 at UAB L, 2-3 at UAB W, 5-4 at East Carolina L, 4-5 at East Carolina L, 5-6 at East Carolina L, 4-7 Pittsburgh W, 5-3 Indiana* L, 2-14 Indiana* W, 4-3 (10) Indiana* L, 1-2 Coppin State W, 6-2 Coppin State W, 7-1 at Purdue* L, 3-9 at Purdue* L, 0-2 at Purdue* W, 16-6 at Kent State W, 9-7 Binghamton W, 8-2 Canisius W, 15-5 Canisius W, 4-3 (11) Canisius W, 4-3 at Pittsburgh L, 3-5 Michigan* L, 3-7 Michigan* W, 14-1 Michigan* W, 6-4 Bucknell W, 2-0 at Iowa* W, 5-2 at Iowa* W, 2-0 at Iowa* L, 2-4 Mount St. Mary’s W, 5-3 Kent State W, 6-4 Ohio State* L, 1-4 Ohio State* W, 5-4 Ohio State* W, 8-7 at Minnesota* W, 4-3 (10) at Minnesota* W, 5-1 at Minnesota* L, 2-8 at Maryland L, 3-7 (5) Illinois* W, 3-2 Illinois* W, 8-6 Illinois* W, 3-2 at Michigan State* W, 3-2 at Michigan State* W, 6-5 at Michigan State* L, 2-9 vs. Ohio State (2) L, 5-12 vs. Nebraska (2) L, 3-12 (1) Big Ten/Big East Challenge (St. Petersburg, Fla.) (2) Big Ten Tournament (Columbus, Ohio)

2013 (14-36, 4-20 Big Ten) Head Coach: Robbie Wine 2/15 at ETSU W, 6-4 2/16 at ETSU L, 3-8 2/17 at ETSU L, 7-9 2/23 at Liberty L, 1-4 2/24 at Liberty L, 3-12 2/24 at Liberty L, 1-6 3/1 vs. Stephen F. Austin (1) W, 4-2 3/2 vs. UTSA (1) L, 2-3 3/3 vs. Nebraska-Omaha (1) W, 3-0 3/5 at Houston L 8-14 3/6 at Houston L, 5-15 3/8 at Houston Baptist W, 9-3 3/9 at Houston Baptist W, 8-4 3/9 at Houston Baptist L, 2-3 3/17 at Temple L, 2-4 3/17 at Temple L, 2-3(10) 3/22 at Indiana* L, 3-9 3/23 at Indiana* L, 0-2 3/23 at Indiana* L, 3-11 3/27 Pittsburgh L, 8-10 3/29 Purdue* L, 1-6 3/30 Purdue* L, 4-5 (10) 3/31 Purdue* L, 5-7 4/3 at Kent State L, 0-10 4/5 Wright State L, 4-7 (11) 4/6 Wright State L, 2-6 4/7 Wright State W, 11-3 4/9 Kent State W, 3-2 4/12 at Michigan* L, 1-5 4/13 at Michigan* L, 2-3 4/14 at Michigan* L, 1-8 4/17 Bucknell W, 7-6 (12) 4/20 Iowa* W, 8-7 4/20 Iowa* L, 2-5 4/21 Iowa* W, 7-4 4/23 La Salle W, 7-4 4/26 at Ohio State* L, 1-3 4/27 at Ohio State* L, 8-10 4/27 at Ohio State* L, 3-8 5/3 Minnesota* L, 2-11 5/4 Minnesota* L, 3-7 5/5 Minnesota* W, 4-3 (10) 5/7 at Akron L, 2-11 5/10 at Illinois* L, 0-9 5/11 at Illinois* L, 6-8 5/12 at Illinois* L, 4-5 5/14 Villanova W, 7-4 5/16 Michigan State* L, 1-16 5/17 Michigan State* W, 9-0 5/18 Michigan State* L, 1-2 (1) 2013 USTA Collegiate Baseball Classic (San Antonio, Texas)


Year-By-Year Results 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/21 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/18 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/26 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/13 5/16 5/16 5/17

2014 (18-32, 5-18 Big Ten) Head Coach: Rob Cooper at Gardner-Webb W, 6-4 at Gardner-Webb L, 3-7 at Gardner-Webb W, 4-3 (10) at USF L, 1-19 at USF L, 7-11 at USF L, 5-6 vs. Hofstra (1) L, 0-5 vs. Hofstra (1) L, 2-5 vs. Hofstra (1) W, 10-4 at Saint Mary’s L, 2-6 at Saint Mary’s L, 0-4 at Saint Mary’s W, 9-6 at Fresno State L, 3-13 at Fresno State L, 3-12 at Santa Clara W, 6-5 at Santa Clara L 5-10 at Santa Clara L, 3-6 NYIT W, 7-3 NYIT W, 8-0 Bucknell W, 7-2 Bucknell W, 4-3 (7) at Bucknell L, 0-1 (7) at Bucknell W, 6-2 Northwestern* W, 7-3 Northwestern* W, 10-6 Youngstown State W, 15-2 at Purdue* W, 2-1 at Purdue* W, 6-5 at Purdue* L, 0-4 West Virginia W, 8-4 at Ohio State* W, 5-4 at Ohio State* L, 0-7 at Ohio State* L, 12-6 Illinois* L, 3-6 Illinois* L, 3-8 Illinois* L, 6-7 at Kent State L, 1-4 at Minnesota* L, 1-2 at Minnesota* L, 0-4 at Minnesota* L, 0-12 at Nebraska* L, 3-13 at Nebraska* L, 2-9 at Nebraska* L, 4-8 Indiana* L, 0-10 Indiana* L, 1-8 Indiana* L, 2-9 at Villanova W, 5-4 Michigan State* L, 2-4 Michigan State* L, 1-4 Michigan State* L, 6-7 (1) at Asheboro, N.C.

2015 (18-30, 6-16 Big Ten) Head Coach: Rob Cooper 2/13 at Elon L, 16-15 2/14 at Elon L, 7-2 2/14 at Elon L, 11-6 2/20 at Texas A&M L, 9-3 2/21 at Texas A&M L, 15-2 2/22 at Texas A&M L, 5-2 3/6 at Charleston Southern L, 2-0 3/7 at Charleston Southern L, 7-5 3/8 at Charleston Southern W, 18-6 3/10 at South Carolina L, 3-0 3/11 at South Carolina L, 13-3 3/13 vs. Western Carolina (1) L, 4-2 3/14 at Liberty L, 7-6 3/15 at Liberty L, 3-2 3/17 at Pittsburgh W, 6-1 (12) 3/18 Canisius W, 11-1 3/22 Indiana * L, 5-4 (12) 3/22 Indiana * W, 13-7 3/25 Villanova W, 5-2 3/27 Central Connecticut W, 5-2 3/29 Central Connecticut W, 4-1 3/29 Central Connecticut W, 13-3 4/1 Kent State L, 9-7 4/4 at Ohio State * L, 7-1 4/5 at Ohio State * L, 7-6 4/6 at Ohio State * L, 8-7 4/7 Bucknell W, 4-2 4/10 Michigan * W, 11-1 4/11 Michigan * L, 5-3 4/12 Michigan * L, 8-3 4/14 at West Virginia W, 5-3 4/15 Bucknell W, 11-2 4/17 at Minnesota * L, 6-1 4/18 at Minnesota * L, 8-1 4/19 at Minnesota * L, 9-5 4/21 at Kent State W, 15-5 4/24 Illinois * L, 10-1 4/25 Illinois * L, 4-2 (15) 4/26 Illinois * L, 6-3 4/29 Pittsburgh W, 8-7 5/1 Rutgers * W, 8-1 5/2 Rutgers * W, 12-10 5/3 Rutgers * W, 8-5 5/8 at Michigan State * W, 5-3 5/9 at Michigan State * L, 5-4 5/10 at Michigan State * L, 3-1 5/14 at Purdue * L, 8-2 5/16 at Purdue * L, 7-3 (1) at Liberty

2016 (28-27, 12-12 Big Ten) Head Coach: Rob Cooper 2/19 vs. Monmouth (1) L, 1-3 2/20 vs. Army (1) W, 5-4 2/20 vs. Army (1) W, 11-0 2/21 vs. Bryant (1) L, 1-3 2/26 at South Carolina L, 1-7 2/27 at South Carolina L, 5-16 2/28 at South Carolina L, 2-4 3/5 at UNCW L, 1-5 3/6 at UNCW L, 2-11 3/7 at UNCW W, 5-4 3/9 at Duke W, 2-1 3/11 vs. New York Tech (2) W, 15-2 3/12 vs. Princeton (2) L, 2-6 3/13 at Richmond L, 5-6 3/18 Niagara L, 3-4 3/19 Niagara W, 4-1 3/19 Niagara W, 16-4 3/22 West Virginia W, 5-4 3/23 Rhode Island W, 5-3 3/25 at Illinois * L, 0-5 3/26 at Illinois * L, 1-6 3/26 at Illinois * W, 5-3 3/29 Youngstown State W, 6-1 3/30 Binghamton W, 5-2 4/1 Purdue * W, 3-1 4/2 Purdue * W, 7-2 4/2 Purdue * W, 7-6 (12) 4/5 Pittsburgh W, 7-0 4/6 at Lafayette W, 20-12 4/8 Michigan State * L, 0-7 4/10 Michigan State * L, 2-5 4/10 Michigan State * W, 7-6 4/13 Bucknell W, 8-1 4/15 at Northwestern * W, 4-2 4/16 at Northwestern * W, 8-2 4/17 at Northwestern * W, 11-3 4/19 Bucknell W, 9-5 4/20 at Kent State L, 9-10 4/22 at Rutgers * L, 0-5 4/23 at Rutgers * L, 4-6 4/24 at Rutgers * W, 7-5 4/27 Kent State L, 2-6 4/29 Maryland * L, 1-7 4/30 Maryland * W, 2-0 4/30 Maryland * L, 3-8 5/7 TCU L, 2-6 5/7 TCU L, 4-5 5/8 TCU L, 5-9 5/11 at Pittsburgh W, 11-6 5/13 at Nebraska * W, 7-4 5/14 at Nebraska * L, 0-6 5/15 at Nebraska * L, 1-8 5/19 Iowa * L, 2-3 5/20 Iowa * L, 0-8 5/20 Iowa * W, 5-4 (12) (1) at USA Baseball National Training Center (2) at University of Richmond *Denotes Conference Games

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Program Timeline 1952

1963

The Performance: The Lions posted a 17-6 record en route to their first College World Series appearance in school history.

The Performance: In Chuck Medlar’s first season at the Penn State coaching helm, his Lions posted a 14-6 record in making their first and last College World Series appearance of the decade.

The Story: Anchored by freshman Keith Vesling (7-3, 2.40 ERA, 82.1 IP), Penn State’s three-man rotation dominated opposing hitters. Bill Everson and Jack Krumrine each posted 5-1 marks to round out a rotation that combined for all 17 of the Lions’ wins. The Result: After a fine season and back-to-back wins in the District II Regionals, the Nittany Lions bowed out of their first CWS appearance. They fell to eventual champion, Holy Cross, and took home a tie for third.

1956 The Performance: The “Technology Bandwagon” made its way through Happy Valley as coach Joe Bedenk invested in an early model of today’s pitching machine. The machine, an awkward and inefficient contraption, was able to hurl one ball every eight seconds. The Story: After having his spring batting practices delayed weeks at a time due to weather conditions, Bedenk was finally able to take his men indoors to get their swings. In addition to buying his batters over two weeks of extra batting practice, the machine also kept his pitchers’ arms fresh as they threw batting practice in previous years. The Result: It didn’t take long to see a return on the technological investment. The 1957 squad made a run to the College World Series Finals.

1957 The Performance: After reeling off a school-record 21 consecutive wins to start the year, the 1957 Nittany Lions became arguably the best team in school history and in doing so, became the benchmark for success in Happy Valley. Finishing with a 22-2 record and a school-best second place finish in the College World Series. The Story: Legendary hurler Ed Drapcho (12-0, 1.52 ERA; single-season school record wins) and two-sport star Cal Emery (10-1, captain of basketball team) posted all 22 of the Lions’ wins. The tandem also tallied an astounding 15 complete games and gave up a combined 29 earned runs. Drapcho became the school’s first-ever First Team All-American and Emery, despite the Penn State loss to California in the CWS Finals, became the only NCAA Tournament MVP in school history. The Result: After a 17-0 regular season and four consecutive postseason victories, the squad ran into a juggernaut in the University of California. Penn State fell defeat in both the second round and finals to take runner-up honors while making its mark in the record books.

1959 The Performance: Reminiscent to the 1952 season in which Penn State made its first College World Series, the 1959 squad posted an identical 17-6 record while making the school’s third CWS appearance. The Story: As per the theme of the 1950s, dominant pitching led the Lions into the postseason. The staff as a whole posted a skimpy 2.66 ERA for a Nittany Lion squad that outscored its opponents by a 172-89 margin. The Result: Penn State defeated Connecticut, 5-3, in the first round before falling into the losers’ bracket after an 8-6 loss to eventual College World Series champion Oklahoma State. The persistent Lions fought back through the losers’ bracket by shutting out Clemson 7-0, only to fall to the same Oklahoma State Cowboys, 4-3, when the Cowboys rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning. It marked the third time in the decade in which Penn State lost to the eventual College World Series Champion. The Nittany Lions finished fourth.

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The Story: In addition to posting a 10-2 mark (10 wins, tied for third on school’s single-season wins list) and a miniscule 1.94 ERA, Bob Fenton also tallied no-hit games in wins over Cornell (17-0) and Rider (3-0, District II Regionals). He became just the third of eight Nittany Lions to toss no-hitters and the first to accomplish the feat twice. The Result: Medlar debuted in fine fashion, leading his squad to the College World Series after a three-year absence. The Lions, after finishing the regular season 11-4, won three of their five postseason matchups to close the season with a 14-6 record and a fifth-place CWS finish.

1973 The Performance: Penn State, again led by a dominant pitching staff, posted a 19-7 record and made the last of its five College World Series appearances. The Story: Mitch Lukevics, a freshman, turned in one of the most dominating pitching performances in school history to lead a rock-solid Nittany Lion squad. Lukevics, from nearby Bellefonte, posted a 7-2 record with a 1.23 ERA in the first of his three seasons at Penn State. To go along with his impressive stats, he finished the season with 86 strikeouts in just 65.2 innings of work, a ratio of 11.7 K per nine innings (seventh in the nation). Lukevics in the Penn State Record Book Career Record: 24-5 (3rd in wins) ERA: 1.24 (1st) Strikeouts: 266 (3rd) Shutouts: 9 (1st) Single-Season Shutouts: 3 (2nd) Wins: 11 (1975, 2nd) The Result: Despite going 0-2 in the College World Series, the Lions finished the postseason with a 3-2 mark and an overall record of 19-7.

1976 The Performance: The Lions posted an 18-8 record on their way to the school’s last NCAA Tournament appearance until 2000. The Story: The most notable of the squad’s 18 wins came on April 19 in a 9-3 handling of George Washington. The win marked the team’s eighth of the season and 1,000th in school history. The Result: After posting an 18-6 regular season record, the Lions dropped their first two postseason games and bowed out of the Regionals. Greg Vogel was rewarded for an outstanding season by nabbing First Team All-America status. He became just the third of four Nittany Lions to receive the honor. Vogel was rewarded again after the season by becoming the first-ever Penn Stater to be selected in the first round of the Major League Baseball Draft.


Program Timeline 1978

2000

The Performance: David Simononis turned in arguably the best offensive season in Penn State history.

The Performance: After a 24-year NCAA absence, the 2000 Lions posted a 45-19 record and advanced to the postseason for the first time since 1976.

The Storyline: Simononis hit a school-record 17 home runs, all with significant meaning. Penn State went 11-2 in games when Simononis homered and just 6-4-2 when he didn’t.

The Storyline: Led by the banner year of First Team All-American Michael Campo, Penn State tallied a 41-16 regular season record. Campo established single-season school records in at-bats (261), hits (111), doubles (24) and runs (83) on his way to Big Ten Player of the Year and Academic All-Big Ten accolades.

Simononis also tallied the best single-season slugging percentage (total bases/at-bats) in school history with 1.100, hit .478 (also best) and recorded a 13-game hit streak. The Result: Simononis not only led the Lions to a solid 17-6-2 record, but he also propelled himself into the Penn State record books with his dominant offensive performance. Simononis in the Penn State Record Book Single-Season Batting Avg.: .478 (1st) Slugging: 1.100 (1st) Home Runs: 17 (2nd) Career Batting Avg.: .403 (2nd) Slugging: .756 (1st)

The Result: Despite dropping back-to-back games to Texas in Super Regional action, the 2000 Lions finished a school-record 45 wins. The program also saw five players - Shawn Fagan, Matt Harter, Eric Spadt, Chris Netwall and Scott Russo - drafted by Major League clubs.

2007

1990 The Performance: O.J McDuffie, of PSU Football and NFL fame, played his first and last season for the Nittany Lion baseball squad. The Storyline: McDuffie stole 20 bases (t-3rd, single season-school history) on 21 attempts (96 percent clip), hit .336 and had a .969 fielding percentage. The Result: As a reward for his stellar football play, McDuffie was taken in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins (1993).

1996 The Performance: With a 19-8 Big Ten season (32-24-1 overall), the Nittany Lions won the school’s only Big Ten Championship. The Story: Baby-faced sophomore Nate Bump led a list of 10 All-Big Ten honorees, including first-teamers Bump and Carl Albrecht. Bump was also named Big Ten Pitcher of the Year and Pitcher of the Week three times. The sophomore posted an 8-5 mark, including three shutouts and seven complete games, to go along with his 3.60 ERA and 93 strikeouts. The Result: The result was a Big Ten Championship and a Big Ten Coach of the Year honor for sixth-year head coach, Joe Hindelang.

Team

1. PENN STATE 19 8 0

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.570

2. Indiana

18 8 0 .692

43 18 0 .705

3. Illinois

17 10 0 .630

37 22 0 .627

4. Michigan

17 11 0 .607

24 30 0 .444

5. Minnesota

15 12 0 .538

30 26 0 .536

6. Ohio State

15 13 0

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7. Iowa

.536

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13 13 0 .500

25 22 0 .532

8. Northwestern 10 18 0 .357

26 29 0 .473

9. Purdue

8 19 0 .296

22 32 1 .409

10. Michigan St.

4 24 0

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The Storyline: After starting out the season 2-12 against one of the toughest schedules in the country, the Nittany Lions finished the year with a 29-14 record to finish 3126, just the fifth time with at least 30 wins in school history. Penn State also tied for second in the Big Ten behind a 20-10 conference record. That mark is tied with the 2000 team for the second-best Big Ten finish in school history while surpassing the 19 Big Ten games won by the 1996 squad for the most in school history. The team also won three Big Ten Tournament games (tied for most in school history) while its five Big Ten series wins were tied for the second most. Individually, Drew O’Neil broke the school record for most saves in a season with 11. Matt Ogrodnik broke his own record by appearing in 29 games while Scott Gaffney’s 17 sacrifices were a new record as well. In addition, Cory Wine broke his own mark for putouts with 521. The Result: Despite its hot streak at the end of the year that featured wins in five of its last six Big Ten series and three straight in the conference tournament, Penn State fell just short of an NCAA Tournament berth. However, the Nittany Lions ended their first season at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park with some new records, many memories and with upward momentum for the program.

The Performance: The 2011 season was highlighted by record-setting performances, impressive non-conference victories, and a berth in the Big Ten Tournament.

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In postseason action, freshman Kevin Damiano stepped into the limelight. In the Upper Montclair Regional, Damiano’s nine innings with just six hits allowed against North Carolina earned Penn State the Regional Title and himself the Most Outstanding Player Award. The Lions cruised through the regional with a 4-1 record, including two victories over the Tar Heels.

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The Storyline: Coming off a season in which they won just three road games, the Lions won 16 road contests. Penn State’s 13-win jump from last year was also the highest by any team in the nation. Sean Deegan was one of only two players in the conference to earn unanimous first-team All-Big Ten honors. He led the league with a .622 slugging percentage, which was 25 points higher than the next closest competitor. The Result: Seeded sixth after wrapping up the year with a 12-12 record in Big Ten action, Penn State faced a difficult road in the postseason and eventually bowed out following setbacks to Purdue and Minnesota in the conference tournament. Despite the exit, the Lions proved they could play with anyone in the conference, emphasized by their seven victories against fellow postseason contenders.

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Program Timeline 2012 The Performance: The Nittany Lions returned to the Big Ten Tournament, finishing third in the conference with a record of 15-9. It was Penn State’s highest finish in the Big Ten since also finishing third in 2008. The Storyline: Penn State overcame a 3-14 start to the season, by finishing 26-13 to end the year 29-27. The Nittany Lions also went 18-4 at home and only dropped one series at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park. Right-hander Steven Hill threw the first Penn State no-hitter since 1995. The junior needed only 105 pitches to complete the no-hitter and only allowed a walk and a hit batter to reach. Hill reached the 100 innings mark for the second straight season and finished with a 5-4 record and 3.38 ERA. Three Nittany Lions earned All-Big Ten Honors. Jordan Steranka earned the nod at first base on the first team after hitting for a .363 average with 20 doubles, 11 homers, and 40 RBI. Steranka batted over .300 for the third time in his four seasons at Penn State. Left-hander Joe Kurrasch earned second team honors as a starting pitcher after going 4-2 and finishing with an outstanding 2.05 ERA. Sean Deegan smacked a Big Ten-leading 12 homers and was named third team All-Big Ten. The Result: The third-seeded Nittany Lions had a disappointing end to the season, falling to Ohio State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament and then to Nebraska in the elimination game. Penn State still had a strong performance within the conference.

2016

The Performance: The Nittany Lions traveled to Cuba over Thanksgiving Break prior to the 2016 season for a historic trip that included educational experiences and four games against Cuba's premier National Series teams. During the regular season, Penn State earned its first winning record since 2012. The Storyline: Penn State saw more action than usual in the fall as it prepared for its week-long trip to Cuba. Penn State became the first NCAA Division I team to compete against a Cuban National Series team, the first U.S. baseball team to play in Cuba since restoration of diplomatic ties with Cuba, the second NCAA team to play in Cuba since restoration of diplomatic ties (Coastal Carolina men's basketball, August 2015), the fifth NCAA Division I baseball team to compete in post-revolutionary Cuba and the first United States team to play multiple Cuban National Series teams. The first two games in Havana's Latin American Stadium were broadcast live throughout the nation. In the third game at Mayabeque, Nick Riotto drove in three runs with a triple and Christian Helsel homered to lead Penn State to a 9-3 victory. It was the first victory for a United States team at any level over a Cuban National Series team. The 2016 season started with ups and downs on the road, but the Nittany Lions found their stride once they returned home, tallying a Medlar Field at Lubrano Park record 10-game winning streak after falling in the season opener. Greg Guers and Jack Anderson became the first Lions to earn All-Big Ten honors since 2012, and Anderson was also named to the ABCA All-Region Mideast team. The Result: Penn State used a walk-off win in the 12th inning of the season finale to secure a 28-27 record overall and a 12-12 Big Ten record, which was good for a tie for a three-way tie for seventh in the conference. However, it was not enough to earn a bid to the Big Ten Tournament, as the Lions lost both tiebreakers for the eight-team tourney.

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Individual Game Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING IN GAME

INDIVIDUAL HITTING IN GAME At-Bats 7 12x; last by Aaron Novak, James Coates & Greg Guers vs. Illinois (Apr. 25, 2015) Runs 6 Derek Bochna vs. Chicago State (Mar. 9, 1993) Hits 5 Elliot Searer vs. Ohio State (Apr. 24, 2010) 5 Matt Cavagnaro vs. Duquesne (Apr. 24, 2007) 5 Brian Ernst vs. Michigan State (Apr. 16, 2006) 5 Chris Wright vs. St. Joseph’s (Mar. 4, 2000) 5 Michael Campo vs. Norfolk State (Feb. 27, 2000) 5 Jeremy Deitrick vs. Illinois (Apr. 20, 1997) 5 Carl Albrecht vs. Iowa (Apr. 6, 1997) 5 Mike Karstetter vs. Bloomsburg (Mar. 27, 1985) 5 Ed Washell vs. Cornell (May 12, 1984) 5 Dave Simononis vs. Mansfield (Apr. 30, 1979) 5 Bob Orwig vs. Pittsburgh (May 6, 1978) 5 Mickey Kolwicz vs. Villanova (Apr. 3, 1976) 5 John Featherstone vs. Syracuse (Apr. 29, 1967) Doubles 3 Cory Wine vs. Bucknell (Apr. 25, 2006) 3 Lance Thompson vs. Villanova (May 13, 2003) 3 Jim Leitgeb vs. Ohio State (May 8, 2005) 3 Matt Harter vs. Purdue (Mar. 29, 2003) 3 George Everly vs. St. Joseph’s (Mar. 4, 2000) 3 Phil Bertolotti vs. George Mason (Mar. 18, 1995) 3 Keith Ripka vs. St. Bonaventure (May 1, 1988) 3 Mike Sheehy vs. U.S. International (Mar. 1, 1988) 3 Todd Stoner vs. James Madison (Apr. 30, 1987) 3 Jeff Rumberger vs. Gettysburg (May 15, 1979) 3 Bob Miller vs. Rutgers (Apr. 9, 1977) 3 Kevin Burke vs. Seton Hall (May 24, 1974) Triples 2 Lance Thompson vs. Illinois (May 1, 2005) 2 Adam Beers vs. Temple (Apr. 22, 1997) 2 Russ Mushinsky vs. Duquesne (Apr. 16, 1989) 2 Mike Hader vs. Temple (May 22, 1979) 2 John Featherstone vs. Syracuse (Apr. 29, 1967) 2 Bill Benton vs. Navy (May 5, 1959) Home Runs 3 Adam Beers vs. Purdue (May 9, 1998) 3 John Schreiner vs. Lafayette (Apr. 8, 1990) RBI 8 Aaron Novak at Charleston Southern (Mar. 8, 2015) 8 Ed Washell vs. Cornell (May 12, 1984) 8 Andy Onkotz vs. Buffalo (May 3, 1978) 8 Don Stine vs. Dickinson (Apr. 20, 1973) Stolen Bases 4 Ray Lopez vs. Lock Haven (Apr. 4, 1991) 4 O.J. McDuffie vs. Duquesne (Apr. 15, 1990) TEAM HITTING IN GAME Runs 33 Runs Allowed 36

Ed Kikla vs. Colgate (Apr. 20, 1960) Ed Drapcho vs. Pittsburgh (May 19, 1956) Bob Fenton vs. Bucknell (May 17, 1962) Steven Hill vs. Iowa, April 21, 2012 (2-0) Nate Bump vs. Duquesne, 1995 (6-0) Dave June vs. IUP, 1977 (15-0) Mitch Lukevics vs. West Virginia, 1975 (6-0) Bill Micsky vs. Gettysburg, 1968 (4-0) Bob Fenton vs. Rider, 1963 (3-0) Bob Fenton vs. Cornell, 1963 (17-0) Ed Drapcho vs. Bucknell, 1955 (3-1) Jay Minnich vs. St. John’s 1911 (4-0)

ALL-TIME IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Season Season Record* District/Regionals World Series 1949 19-5-1 3-2 — 1952 17-6 2-0 (1st) 2-2 (t-3rd) 1953 14-5-1 1-1 — 1955 17-5 0-1 — 1956 16-4 0-1 — 1957 22-2 2-0 (1st) 3-2 (2nd) 1958 14-5 0-1 — 1959 17-6 2-0 (1st) 2-2 (4th) 1962 10-4 0-1 — 1963 14-6 2-0 (1st) 1-2 (5th) 1967 16-8-1 1-2 — 1970 17-8 1-2 — 1971 15-6 1-2 — 1972 18-5-1 2-2 — 1973 19-7 3-0 (1st) 0-2 1974 18-6 0-2 — 1975 22-9 1-2 — 1976 18-8 0-2 — 2000 41-16 4-3 — Totals 25-24 8-10 *Season records do not include NCAA Tournament games.

vs. Army (May 5, 1966) vs. Army (May 5, 1966)

TEAM FIELDING IN A GAME Triple Plays 2

HITTING STREAKS One Season 41 Michael Campo 23 Mike DeRenzo 20 Michael Campo 18 Jordan Steranka 18 Paul Komorowski 18 O.J. McDuffie 17 Elliot Searer 17 Jeremy Deitrick 17 Jeff Rumberger 17 John Schreiner 16 Greg Guers 16 Kevin Billotte 16 Michael Milliron 16 Russ Mushinsky 16 Zack Smithlin 15 Dan Beers 14 Blake Lynd 14 Grant Youngblood

Innings Pitched 13 Strikeouts 19 Strikeouts in Relief 13 No-Hitters

2000 2002 1997 2009 1988 1990 2010 1997 1979 1990 2015 1995 2004 1990 2001 1998 2009 2009

vs. Michigan State (May 6, 2014) Across Two Seasons 22 Jeff Rumberger 19 Kevin Billotte 19 John Schreiner 15 Grant Youngblood 13 Greg Vogel

1978-79 1995-96 1989-90 2008-09 1975-76

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Season Records SEASON RECORDS TEAM

HITTING Batting Average .344 1978 At Bats 2135 2000 Runs 521 2000 Hits 725 2000 RBI 465 2000 Doubles 105 2011 Triples 18 1986 2007 2010 Home Runs 91 1998 Total Bases 1067 2000 Slugging % .544 1998 Walks 295 2000 Hit By Pitch 51 1999 2005 Strikeouts 437 2011 Sacrifice Hits 52 2015 Sacrifice Flies 38 2000 Stolen Bases 91 2000 FIELDING Putouts Assists Fielding % Double Plays

1563 731 .978 70

2000 2000 1969 2011

PITCHING Wins 45 2000 Losses 36 2006 2013 Innings Pitched 487.0 2016 ERA 1.32 1971 Shutouts 7 1978 1985 1987 Strikeouts 407 2012 MISCELLANEOUS Win Streak 30 1920-21 Sea. Win Streak 21 1957

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BATTING AVERAGE 1. .478 Dave Simononis 2. .457 Ron Weidenhammer 3. .438 Tim Hurley .438 Wes Olsen 5. .436 Dale Reynolds 6. .429 Bill Hooper 7. .428 Dalton Rumberger 8. .425 Michael Campo 9. .420 Bob McMullen .420 Mike Obeid

1978 1955 1985 1985 1981 1951 1950 2000 1956 1982

AT-BATS 1. 261 Michael Campo 2. 244 Shawn Fagan 3. 237 Sean Deegan 4. 236 Jordan Steranka 5. 233 Matt Cavagnaro 6. 226 Jordan Steranka 7. 222 Sean Deegan 8. 219 Joe Blackburn Jim Haley 10. 218 Brian Ernst

2000 2000 2012 2010 2007 2012 2011 2007 2016 2008

HITS 1. 111 2. 92 3. 82 4. 78 78 6. 77 7. 76 8. 75 75 10. 74

2000 2000 2012 2008 2007 2006 2007 2010 2002 2011

RUNS 1. 83 2. 72 3. 63 4. 54 54 6. 53 53 8. 52 52 10. 50

Michael Campo Shawn Fagan Jordan Steranka Brian Ernst Matt Cavagnaro Lance Thompson Joe Blackburn Joey DeBernardis Wes Reohr Sean Deegan

Michael Campo Shawn Fagan Michael Campo Sean Deegan Eric Spadt Ben Heath Kevin Billotte Shawn Fagan Mike DeRenzo Eric Spadt

2000 2000 1999 2011 2000 2010 1998 1998 2000 1999

RBI 1. 80 Shawn Fagan 2. 60 Dan Beers 3. 58 Chris Wright 4. 57 Jordan Steranka 57 Ben Heath 6. 56 Rob Yodice 56 Chris Wright 8. 53 Shawn Fagan 9. 52 Carl Albrecht 10. 51 Eric Gates

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SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. 1.100 Dave Simononis 1978 2. .754 John Schreiner 1990 3. .747 Ben Heath 2010 4. .723 Greg Vogel 1976 5. .685 Dan Beers 1998 6. .675 Michael Campo 1997 7. .672 Chris Wright 2000 8. .669 Russ Mushinsky 1990 9 .665 Shawn Fagan 1998 10. .664 Phil Eskew 1986 .664 Keith Ripka 1987 DOUBLES 1. 25 Joey DeBernardis 2011 2. 24 Michael Campo 2000 3. 23 Chris Wright 2000 4. 20 Jordan Steranka 2012 20 Dave Hall 1992 6. 18 Sean Deegan 2011 7. 19 Dan Beers 1999 8. 17 Chris Wright 2001 9. 16 8 times, most recently Ben Heath 2010 Jordan Steranka 2010 TRIPLES 1. 6 Kevin Billotte 1995 2. 5 Sean Deegan 2011 5 Jordan Steranka 2011 5 Sean Deegan 2010 5 Joe Blackburn 2007 5 Russ Mushinsky 1990 5 Michael Campo 2000 8. 4 14 times, most recently Jim Haley 2015 Sean Deegan 2012 Joey DeBernardis 2012 HOME RUNS 1. 19 Ben Heath 2. 17 Dave Simononis 3. 16 Dan Beers 4. 15 Shawn Fagan 5. 13 Shawn Fagan 13 Dan Beers 13 Adam Beers 13 Chris Wright 9. 12 Sean Deegan 12 Sean Deegan 12 Chris Netwall 12 Shawn Fagan 12 Jared Sadlowski 12 C.J. Sichler

2010 1978 1998 2000 1999 1999 1998 2001 2012 2011 1999 1998 1997 1985

TOTAL BASES 1. 163 Michael Campo 2. 148 Ben Heath 3. 139 Jordan Steranka 4. 138 Sean Deegan 5. 122 Chris Wright 6. 121 Dan Beers 7. 120 Wes Reohr 8. 118 Jordan Steranka 9. 117 Shawn Fagan 10. 116 Jared Sadlowski

2000 2010 2012 2011 2001 1999 2003 2011 1998 1997

WALKS 1. 47 Eric Spadt 2. 46 Shawn Fagan 3. 39 Landon Nakata 39 Shawn Fagan 5. 37 C.J. Sichler 37 James Coates 7. 36 Scott Gummo 8. 35 Ryan Wheeler 35 Michael Milliron 10. 34 Wes Borden 34 Chris Wright 34 Todd Hostetler 34 Terry Rakowsky

2000 1999 2008 2000 1986 2016 2006 1994 2004 2008 2001 1984 1981

HIT BY PITCHES 1. 16 Scott Gummo 2006 2. 14 Michael Campo 1999 14 Chris Franks 1984 4. 11 Michael Campo 1998 5. 10 Michael Campo 2000 10 James Coates 2016 7. 9 Joey DeBernardis 2012 9 Michael Milliron 2005 9 Jim Haley 2014 10. 8 6 times, most recently Steve Snyder 2012 Bobby Jacobs 2011 Luis Montesinos 2011 SACRIFICE HITS 1. 17 Scott Gaffney 2007 2. 14 Zack Smithlin 2003 3. 13 Lou Picconi 2008 4. 12 Luis Montesinos 2012 12 Landon Nakata 2008 6. 10 Taylor Skerpon 2014 7. 9 Elliot Searer 2011 9 John Richmond 1999 9 Willie Melendez 2001 9 Taylor Skerpon 2015 10. 8 7 times, most recently Conlin Hughes 2016 Greg Guers 2015 Luis Montesinos 2013 SACRIFICE FLIES 1. 8 Chris Wright 2002 2. 7 Doug Rodio 2001 7 Mike DeRenzo 2003 7 Tyler Kendall 2016 5. 6 Chris Buzzi 1992 6 Michael Campo 2000 6 Joe Puliafico 2000 6 Zack Smithlin 2000 6 Joe Blackburn 2008 6 Willie Burger 2016 STOLEN BASES 1. 27 Michael Campo 2. 24 Sean Deegan 24 Rod Perry 24 Zack Smithlin 5. 22 Blake Lynd 6. 20 Doug Keener 20 O.J. McDuffie 20 Michael Campo 20 Greg Guers 10. 17 Ray Lopez

1999 2010 2001 2003 2009 1985 1990 2000 2016 1991


Season/Career Records PUTOUTS 1. 521 Cory Wine 2. 505 Cory Wine 3. 484 Joey DeBernardis 4. 472 Joey DeBernardis 5. 458 Cory Wine 6. 432 J.J. White 7. 425 Jordan Steranka 8. 419 Cory Wine 9. 412 Phil Bertolotti 10. 389 Carl Albrecht

2007 2008 2011 2010 2009 2014 2012 2006 1996 1997

ASSISTS 1. 188 Eric Spadt 2. 183 Matt Cavagnaro 3. 179 Landon Nakata 4. 169 Lou Picconi 5. 168 Taylor Skerpon 6. 167 Taylor Skerpon 7. 163 Luis Montesinos 163 Lou Picconi 9. 161 Luis Montesinos 161 Eric Spadt

2000 2007 2008 2008 2015 2014 2012 2010 2013 1999

PITCHING APPEARANCES 1. 36 David Lutz 2010 2. 29 Matt Ogrodnik 2007 29 Jack Anderson 2015 29 Jack Anderson 2016 5. 28 Matt Ogrodnik 2006 6. 27 Jeff Emerich 1995 7. 26 David Lutz 2009 26 Drew O’Neil 2008 26 Jack Anderson 2014 10. 25 Greg Welsh 2012 25 Greg Welsh 2011 25 Paul Hawkins 2008 25 Andy Wager 1999 WINS 1. 12 Ed Drapcho 1957 2. 11 Mitch Lukevics 1975 3. 10 Ed Drapcho 1955 10 Cal Emery 1957 10 Bob Fenton 1963 6. 9 Ed Kikla 1959 9 Keith Vesling 1959 8. 8 Bob Fenton 1962 8 Joel Johnson 1987 8 Mike Bellaman 1985 8 Nate Bump 1995 8 Nate Bump 1997 8 Nate Bump 1996 8 Mike Watson 2000 INNINGS PITCHED 1. 114.2 Pete Yodis 2. 106.1 Nate Bump 106.1 Bob Fenton 4. 104.1 Ed Drapcho 5. 101.2 Steven Hill 6. 100.2 Steven Hill 7. 100.1 Ed Drapcho 8. 98.1 Keith Vesling 9. 93.0 Alan Stidfole 10. 91.2 Craig Clark

2000 1998 1963 1955 2011 2012 1957 1953 2006 2006

STRIKEOUTS 1. 135 Nate Bump 2. 116 Ed Drapcho 3. 108 Mitch Lukevics 4. 105 Bob Fenton 5. 99 Ed Drapcho 6. 97 Pete Yodis 7. 96 Cal Emery 8. 91 T.J. Macy 9. 88 Mike Watson 10. 87 Sean Stidfole 87 Sean Stidfole

1998 1957 1975 1963 1955 2000 1957 2009 2002 2004 2005

SAVES 1. 13 Jack Anderson 2. 11 Drew O’Neil 11 Drew O’Neil 4. 7 Dave Walkling 7 Shawn Fagan 6. 6 Scott Russo 6 Clint Eury 8. 5 Jeff Emerich 5 Mike Watson 5 Clint Eury 5 Josh Palm 5 Ryan Ignas 5 Ryan Ignas 5 Jack Anderson 5 Jack Anderson

2016 2008 2007 2012 1998 2000 2004 1995 2000 2005 2005 2009 2011 2014 2015

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Min. 25 IP) 1. 0.72 Rick Sherkel 1971 2. 0.95 Bob Fenton 1961 3. 1.02 Rick Sherkel 1972 4. 1.07 Denny Lingenfelter 1966 5. 1.16 Mitch Lukevics 1975 6. 1.34 Drew O’Neil 2007 7. 1.88 Drew O’Neil 2008 8. 2.05 Joe Kurrasch 2012 SHUTOUTS 1. 4 Bob Fenton 2. 3 Nate Bump 3 Mitch Lukevics 3 Mitch Lukevics 3 Mitch Lukevics 3 Ron Riese 3 Ed Drapcho 8. 2 Steven Hill 2 Alan Stidfole 2 Nate Bump 2 Gary Miller 2 Mike Bellaman 2 Greg Becker 2 Gary Gingerich

1963 1996 1975 1974 1973 1958 1955 2011 2005 1995 1989 1985 1985 1954

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 10 Ed Drapcho 10 Bob Fenton 3. 8 Keith Vesling 8 Cal Emery 8 Keith Bevenour

1955 1963 1953 1957 1988

FEWEST HITS (Per 9 innings) 1. 3.92 Ed Drapcho 2. 4.13 Clint Eury 3. 4.49 Ed Drapcho 4. 4.79 Chris Cisar 5. 4.85 Cal Emery

CAREER RECORDS

1956 2003 1955 1991 1957

WINNING PERCENTAGE (Min. 6 decisions) 1. 1.000 Ed Drapcho 1957 (12-0) 1.000 Greg Becker 1985 (7-0) 1.000 Owen Dougherty 1951 (6-0) 1.000 Mike Guman 1979 (6-0)

BATTING AVERAGE 1. .408 Bob McMullen 1955-56 2. .403 Dave Simononis 1978-80 3. .373 Jeff Rumberger 1977-79 .373 Michael Campo 1997-00 5. .365 Mike Karstetter 1985-86 6. .364 Garry Koch 1973-76 AT-BATS 1. 871 Jordan Steranka 2. 787 Cory Wine 3. 790 Michael Campo 4. 772 Steve Snyder 5. 700 Shawn Fagan 6. 698 Sean Deegan 7. 680 Chris Netwall 8. 672 Michael Milliron 9. 661 Jared Sadlowski 10. 659 Chris Wright

2009-12 2006-09 1997-00 2010-14 1997-00 2009-12 1998-01 2002-05 1994-97 1999-02

RUNS 1. 232 2. 189 3. 165 4. 157 5. 153 6. 146 7. 141 8. 139 9. 137 10. 133

Michael Campo Shawn Fagan Jordan Steranka Eric Spadt Chris Netwall Kevin Billotte Chris Wright Michael Milliron Derek Bochna Sean Deegan

1997-00 1997-00 2009-12 1997-00 1998-01 1995-98 1999-02 2002-05 1992-95 2009-12

HITS 1. 295 2. 292 3. 251 4. 228 5. 227 6. 218 218 8. 217 9. 212 10. 208

Michael Campo Jordan Steranka Shawn Fagan Cory Wine Steve Snyder Chris Netwall Chris Wright Lance Thompson Jared Sadlowski Joey DeBernardis

1997-00 2009-12 1997-00 2006-09 2010-14 1998-01 1999-02 2003-06 1994-97 2009-12

RBI 1. 199 2. 183 3. 176 4. 151 5. 137 6. 128 7. 124 8. 121 9. 119 10. 118

Shawn Fagan Jordan Steranka Chris Wright Michael Campo Chris Netwall Cory Wine Jared Sadlowski Lance Thompson Eric Gates Ed Washell

1997-00 2009-12 1999-02 1997-00 1998-01 2006-09 1994-97 2003-06 1990-93 1983-86

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. .756 Dave Simononis 1978-80 2. .625 Shawn Fagan 1997-00 3. .615 Mike Karstetter 1985-86 4. .612 C.J. Sichler 1985-86 5. .541 Jordan Steranka 2009-12 6. .489 Sean Deegan 2009-12 7. .484 Joey DeBernardis 2009-12

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Career Records DOUBLES 1. 59 Jordan Steranka 59 Chris Wright 3. 55 Joey DeBernardis 4. 53 Michael Campo 5. 50 Jared Sadlowski 6. 47 Lance Thompson 47 Dave Hall 8. 44 Cory Wine 9. 39 Chris Netwall 10. 38 Adam Beers

2009-12 1999-02 2009-12 1997-00 1994-97 2003-06 1990-94 2006-09 1998-01 1995-98

HIT BY PITCHES 1. 40 Michael Campo 2. 25 Scott Gummo 25 Chris Netwall 4. 22 Jim Haley 5. 20 Joey DeBernardis 6. 20 James Coates 7. 18 Luis Montesinos 18 Louie Picconi 18 Aaron Greenfield 18 Chris Franks

1997-00 2004-06 1998-01 2014-16 2009-12 2013-16 2010-13 2007-10 2003-06 1987-89

TRIPLES 1. 15 Sean Deegan 2. 13 Kevin Billotte 3. 12 Jordan Steranka 12 Michael Campo 5. 11 Russ Mushinsky 6. 10 Pat Kennedy 10 Mike DeRenzo 8. 9 Cory Wine 9 Shawn Fagan 9 Mike Edwards

2009-12 1995-98 2009-12 1997-00 1989-92 1953-55 1999-03 2006-09 1997-00 1984-87

SACRIFICES 1. 30 Lou Picconi 2. 29 Zack Smithlin 3. 26 Taylor Skerpon 4. 25 Scott Gaffney 25 Elliot Searer 6. 24 Louie Picconi 7. 23 Matt Cavagnaro 23 Willie Melendez 9. 21 John Richmond 10. 19 Luis Montesinos

2008-10 2000-03 2012-15 2005-07 2010-12 2007-10 2004-07 2000-03 1999-02 2010-12

HOME RUNS 1. 43 Shawn Fagan 2. 34 Chris Netwall 3. 33 Dan Beers 4. 32 Jordan Steranka 5. 30 Michael Campo 30 Chris Wright 7. 28 Derek Bochna 8. 27 Sean Deegan 9. 25 Carl Albrecht 25 Dave Simononis 25 Eric Gates

1997-00 1998-01 1996-99 2009-12 1997-00 1999-02 1992-95 2009-12 1995-97 1978-80 1990-93

SACRIFICE FLIES 1. 13 Cory Wine 13 Mike DeRenzo 3. 12 Greg Guers 4. 11 Taylor Skerpon 11 Dave Hall 11 Tyler Kendall 7. 10 Bobby Jacobs 10 Ed Washell 9. 9 Lance Thompson 9 Zach Smithlin 9 Derrick Barr 9 Michael Campo

2006-09 1999-03 2013-16 2012-15 1990-94 2013-16 2008-11 1983-86 2003-06 2000-03 2003-05 1997-00

STOLEN BASES 1. 62 Zack Smithlin 2. 57 Michael Campo 3. 50 Doug Keener 4. 41 Sean Deegan 5. 39 Kevin Billotte 6. 37 Dave Hall 7. 36 Greg Vogel 8. 35 Derek Bochna 35 Steve Snyder 35 Blake Lynd 35 Greg Guers

2000-03 1997-00 1984-87 2009-12 1995-98 1990-94 1973-76 1992-95 2010-14 2009-11 2013-16

CONSECUTIVE STARTS 1. 197 Jordan Steranka 2. 184 Ryan Wheeler

2009-12 1991-94

TOTAL BASES 1. 471 Jordan Steranka 2009-12 2. 456 Michael Campo 1997-00 3. 387 Shawn Fagan 1997-00 4. 341 Dean Deegan 2009-12 5. 338 Cory Wine 2006-09 6. 316 Lance Thompson 2003-06 7. 312 Joey DeBernardis 2009-12 8. 295 Chris Netwall 1998-01 9. 294 Eric Spadt 1997-00 10. 290 Jared Sadlowski 1994-97 WALKS 1. 126 2. 109 3. 108 4. 104 5. 103 6. 96 7. 92 8. 86 9. 85 10. 83

Shawn Fagan 1997-00 Ryan Wheeler 1991-94 Eric Spadt 1997-00 Kevin Billotte 1995-98 James Coates 2013-16 Russ Mushinsky 1989-92 Dave Hall 1990-94 Chris Wright 1999-02 Cory Wine 2006-09 Michael Milliron 2002-05

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PUTOUTS 1. 1903 Cory Wine 2006-09 2. 1193 Phil Bertolotti 1993-96 3. 1119 Clint Eury 2002-05 4. 1058 Joey DeBernardis 2009-12 5. 1041 J.J. White 2012-15 6. 1015 Chris Netwall 1998-01 7. 907 Matt Harter 2001-04 8. 871 Todd Stoner 1986-89 9. 634 Jared Sadlowski 1994-97 10. 598 C.J. Sichler 1985-86

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 349.1 Nate Bump 1995-98 2. 291.2 Pete Yodis 1998-01 3. 285.0 Ed Drapcho 1955-57 4. 273.2 Craig Clark 2004-07 5. 270.1 Steven Hill 2010-12 6. 255.7 Keith Vesling 1952-54 7. 255.0 Mike Bellaman 1982-85 250.0 Dan McCall 1997-01 9. 249.2 Aaron Tressler 2001-04 10. 243.0 Dan Goebler 1997-00

ASSISTS 1. 516 2. 489 3. 467 4. 459 5. 458 5. 423 6. 420 7. 412 8. 403 9. 398 9. 390 390

STRIKEOUTS 1. 352 Nate Bump 1995-98 2. 298 Ed Drapcho 1955-57 3. 266 Mitch Lukevics 1973-75 4. 234 Pete Yodis 1998-01 5. 230 Craig Clark 2004-07 6. 220 Mike Bellaman 1982-85 7. 213 Dan McCall 1997-01 8. 204 Sean Stidfole 2003-05 9. 203 Jim Farr 1975-78 10. 201 Keith Vesling 1952-54

Eric Spadt 1997-00 Adam Beers 1995-98 Michael Milliron 2002-05 Lou Picconi 2007-10 Taylor Skerpon 2012-15 Russ Mushinsky 1989-92 Shawn Fagan 1997-00 Mike DeRenzo 1999-03 Ryan Wheeler 1991-94 Jim Haley 2014-16 Matt Cavagnaro 2004-07 John Richmond 1999-02

APPEARANCES 1. 98 Jack Anderson 2. 85 David Lutz 3. 76 Jeff Emerich 4. 74 Matt Ogrodnik 5. 68 Greg Welsh 6. 67 Greg Young 7. 64 Josh Palm 64 Mike Watson 9. 63 Pete Yodis 10. 59 Aaron Tressler

2013-16 2007-10 1993-96 2005-07 2011-14 1987-90 2002-05 1999-02 1998-01 2001-04

STARTS 1. 53 Pete Yodis 2. 52 Nate Bump 3. 43 Matt Weimer 4. 41 Craig Clark 41 Dan Goebler 6. 38 Steven Hill 7. 37 Clayton Hamilton 37 Aaron Tressler 9. 36 Mike Bellaman 36 Nick Hedge

1998-01 1995-98 1994-97 2004-07 1997-00 2010-12 2000-04 2001-04 1982-85 2013-16

WINS 1. 29 29 3. 24 4. 22 5. 21 6. 20 7. 19 19 9. 18 10. 17

1995-98 1955-57 1973-75 1998-01 1952-54 1982-85 1997-01 1961-63 1957-58 1999-02

Nate Bump Ed Drapcho Mitch Lukevics Pete Yodis Keith Vesling Mike Bellaman Dan McCall Bob Fenton Cal Emery Mike Watson

SAVES 1. 25 Jack Anderson 2. 22 Drew O’Neil 3. 15 Clint Eury 4. 11 Shawn Fagan 5. 10 Ryan Ignas 6. 9 Jeff Emerich 7. 8 Kevin Damiano 8 Josh Palm 9. 7 Dave Walkling 7 Scott Russo

2013-16 2007-08 2002-05 1997-00 2009-11 1993-96 2000-03 2002-05 2011-13 1998-00

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 1.24 Mitch Lukevics 1973-75 2. 1.37 Denny Lingenfelter 1966-70 3. 1.48 Ed Drapcho 1955-57 4. 1.57 Roy Swanson 1969-71 5. 1.59 Jim Conroy 1970-72 SHUTOUTS 1. 9 Mitch Lukevics 2. 7 Nate Bump 7 Denny Lingenfelter 4. 5 Greg Becker 5 Bob Fenton 6. 4 Keith Bevenour 4 Glenn Bartek 4 Rick Sherkel

1973-75 1995-98 1966-70 1985-86 1961-63 1986-88 1985-88 1971-74

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 24 Ed Drapcho 2. 22 Nate Bump 3. 20 Mike Bellaman 4. 18 Mitch Lukevics 5. 15 Roy Swanson 6. 14 Greg Young 14 Denny Lingenfelter 14 Ed Kikla 14 Keith Vesling 10. 13 Keith Bevenour

1955-57 1995-98 1982-85 1973-75 1969-71 1987-90 1966-70 1959-61 1952-54 1986-88


Awards ALL-AMERICA

FIRST TEAM 1957 1960 1976 2000

Ed Drapcho (P) Larry Fegley (2B) Greg Vogel (2B) Michael Campo (OF)

SECOND TEAM 1955 1972 1973 1974 2000 2010

Ron Weidenhammer (3B) Jim Conroy (P), Harry Rogers (OF) Dennie DeWitt (OF) Rick Sherkel (OF) Shawn Fagan (3B) Ben Heath (C)

THIRD TEAM 1998 2002

1997 2016

Nate Bump (P) Wes Reohr (OF)

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA Michael Campo (OF) Justin Hagenman (P)

NCBWA DISTRICT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2000 2002

Michael Campo (OF) Wes Reohr (OF)

MIDEAST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR

2000

Joe Hindelang

1949 1950 1951 1952 1955 1957 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1966 1969 1970 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1990 1994 1996 1998 2000 2008 2010 2012 2016

Hal Hackman (SS), Cy Miller (P) Joe Tocci (2B) Owen Dougherty (P) Bill Hopper (OF) Ron Weidenhammer (3B) Ed Drapcho (P), Jim Lockerman (OF) Bob Hoover (SS) Larry Fegley (2B) Dick DeLong (OF) Bob Fenton (P) Bob Fenton (P) Shorty Stoner (1B) Mike Egleston (1B) Mike Egleston (1B), Bill Micsky (P) Jim Conroy (P), Harry Rogers (OF) Dennie DeWitt (OF), Jerry Micsky (SS), Don Stine (3B) Rick Sherkel (OF) Mitch Lukevics (P), Greg Vogel (2B) Garry Koch (C), Greg Vogel (2B) Kevin Maronic (3B) Dave Simononis (OF) Mike Guman (P), Dave Simononis (OF) Russ Mushinsky (2B) Second Team: Lance Rathmell (3B) First Team: Nate Bump (P) Second Team: Carl Albrecht (1B) First Team: Nate Bump (P) First Team: Michael Campo (OF), Shawn Fagan (3B) Second Team: Joe Blackburn (C), Drew O’Neil (P) First Team: Ben Heath (C) First Team: Jordan Steranka (1B) Second Team: Jack Anderson (P)

ABCA ALL-REGION

NCAA REGIONAL MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER

2000

Kevin Damiano (P)

NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

2000

Brian Bishop (DH), Kevin Damiano (P), Michael Campo (OF), Zack Smitlin (OF), Pete Yodis (P)

1996 2000 1996 1997 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2016 2000 2007 2008

BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR Joe Hindelang

BIG TEN PLAYER OF THE YEAR Michael Campo

BIG TEN PITCHER OF THE YEAR Nate Bump

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Michael Campo

ALL-BIG TEN

Second Team: Lance Rathmell (3B) Third Team: Dean Kerns (P) Second Team: Derek Bochn (OF), Nate Bump (P) Third Team: Phil Bertolotti (1B), Kevin Billotte (OF), Derek Ryder(C) First Team: Carl Albrecht (1B), Nate Bump (P) Second Team: Phil Bertolotti (1B), Scott Boruta (2B), Troy Strauser (OF), Jared Sadlowski (C) Third Team: John Dacostino (OF), Matt Dalsey (P), Jim Jaskowski (P), Matt Weimer (P) Second Team: Michael Campo (OF) Third Team: Nate Bump (P) First Team: Nate Bump (P) Second Team: Shawn Fagan (3B) Third Team: Dan Beers (OF), Michael Campo (OF) First Team: Michael Campo (OF) Second Team: Chris Netwall (C) Third Team: Shawn Fagan (3B), Dan Beers (OF) First Team: Shawn Fagan (3B), Michael Campo (OF), Chris Wright (OF), Pete Yodis (P) Second Team: Chris Netwall (C), Dan McCall (P) First Team: Chris Netwall (C) Second Team: Zack Smithlin (OF), Dan McCall (P) Third Team: Mike DeRenzo (2B) Third Team: Mike DeRenzo (2B) Third Team: Clint Eury (P), Jim Farrell (P), Wes Reohr (OF) Second Team: Sean Stidfole (P) Third Team: Aaron Tressler (P) Second Team: Sean Stidfole (P) Third Team: Scott Gaffney (SS), Alan Stidfole (P) Second Team: Lance Thompson (OF) Third Team: Alan Stidfole (P) First Team: Craig Clark (P), Drew O’Neil (P) Second Team: Seth Whitehill (P) Third Team: Joe Blackburn (C), Brian Ernst (OF) First Team: Drew O’Neil (P) Second Team: Mike Wanamaker (P) Third Team: Rob Yodice (C), Joe Blackburn (C) Third Team: Ryan Ignas (P), Jordan Steranka (3B) First Team: Ben Heath (C) Third Team: Steve Snyder (OF) First Team: Sean Deegan (OF) Second Team: Steven Hill (P) Third Team: John Walter (P) First Team: Jordan Steranka (1B) Second Team: Joe Kurrasch (P) Third Team: Sean Deegan (OF) Second Team: Greg Guers (OF) Third Team: Jack Anderson (P) Freshman Team: Willie Burger (1B), Justin Hagenman (P)

BIG TEN ALL-TOURNEY TEAM Chris Netwall (C), Eric Spadt (2B), Michael Campo (OF) Matt Cavagnaro (IF) Rob Yodice (C)

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Academic Awards 1997 1999 2001 2002 2003 2009 2010 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2008 2009 2010 2016:

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA First Team: Jared Sadlowski (C) Third Team: Carl Albrecht (1B) Third Team: Dan Beers (OF) First Team: Mike DeRenzo (2B) Third Team: Chris Netwall (C) First Team: Mike DeRenzo (2B) Third Team: Mike DeRenzo (2B) Second Team: Paul Cianciolo (P) Third Team: David Lutz (P)

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Dan Goebler (P) Chris Netwall (C), Mike DeRenzo (2B) Mike DeRenzo (2B) Mike DeRenzo (2B), Wes Reohr (OF), Zack Smithlin (OF) Lance Thompson (OF) Brian Ernst (OF) Paul Cianciolo (P) David Lutz (P) Jack Anderson (P)

BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR

2009 2010 2011 2012 2014

Ryan Boonie, David Lutz David Lutz Evan Dixon Terrance Jann Sam August, Alex Malinsky, Mike Wilcox

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN

1996 Carl Albrecht, Adam Beers, Charles Romig, Mike Rooney, Jared Sadlowski 1997 Carl Albrecht, Greg Arnold, Adam Beers, Dan Beers, Michael Campo, Charles Romig, Jared Sadlowski, Joel Torcolini 1998 Greg Arnold, Adam Beers, Dan Beers, Dan Goebeler, Jeff Kunkle, Chuck Romig, Eric Spadt, Andy Wager, Pete Yodis 1999 Dan Beers, Michael Campo, Dan Goebeler, Jeff Kunkle, Jason McIntyre, Chris Netwall, Eric Spadt, Andy Wagner 2000 Michael Campo, Darin Cunningham, Daniel Goebler, Jeffrey Kunkle, Jason McIntyre, Justin Nash, Chris Netwall, John Richmond, Eric Spadt, Chris Wright, Pete Yodis 2001 Mike DeRenzo, Mike Hurey, Matt Lindert, Chris Netwall, Rod Perry, John Richmond, Zack Smithlin, Heath Vink, Adam Warchal, Pete Yodis 2002 Mike DeRenzo, Clayton Hamilton, Michael Hurey, Matthew Lindert, Wes Reohr, John Richmond, John Ruhf, Zack Smithlin, Aaron Tressler, Heath Vink, Adam Warchal, Chris Wright 2003 Matt Carroll, Mike DeRenzo, Alex Gasbarre, Clayton Hamilton, Michael Milliron, Colin Runt, Zack Smithlin, Aaron Tressler, Adam Warchal 2004 Matt Carroll, Aaron Greenfield, Clayton Hamilton, Travis Laird, Jim Leitgeb, Michael Milliron, Colin Runt, Lance Thompson, Aaron Tressler 2005 Joe Blackburn, Matt Carroll, Steve Cline, Brian Ernst, Clint Eury, Aaron Greenfield, Travis Laird, Jim Leitgeb, Aaron Markowitz, Michael Milliron, Josh Palm, Lance Thompson, Mark Wojtowitz 2006 Joe Blackburn, Steve Cline, Brian Ernst, Scott Gaffney, Aaron Greenfield, Travis Laird, Jim Leitgeb, Aaron Ma kowitz, Dan Plunkett, Lance Thompson 2007 Joe Blackburn, Brian Ernst, Garrett Field, Scott Gaffney, Jim Leitgeb, David Lutz, Dan Plunkett 2008 Joe Blackburn, Brian Ernst, Paul Cianciolo, Paul Hawkins, David Lutz, Drew O’Neil, Mike Pierce, Kayle Sickler 2009 Jesse Alfreno, Paul Cianciolo, Drew Irsfeld, David Lutz, Mike Pierce 2010 Jesse Alfreno, Ben Heath, David Lutz, Mike Pierce

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2011 Jesse Alfreno, Evan Dixon, Mike Franklin, Neal Herring, Steven Hill, Mike Pierece, John Walter 2012 Sam August, Evan Dixon, Scott Dixon, Tim Dunn, Alex Farkes, Mike Franklin, Neal Herring, Steven Hill, Ryan Ignas, Terrance Jann, Sean Parvin, Steve Snyder, John Walte 2013 Sam August, Evan Dixon, Jordon Donmoyer, Timothy Dunn, Alexander Farkes, Neal Herring, Steven Hill, Terrance Jann, Taylor Skerpon, Richard Smith, Steven Snyder, Greg Welsh 2014 Jack Anderson, Sam August, James Coates, Tim Dunn, Zach Ell, Alex Farkes, T.J. Jann, Colin Keefe, Alex Malinsky, Tim Scholly, Taylor Skerpon, Ryky Smith, Steve Snyder, Greg Welsh, Mike Wilcox 2015 Jack Anderson, James Coates, Jordan Donmoyer, Dakota Forsyth, Alex Malinsky, Jake Pilewicz, Taylor Skerpon, Ryky Smith 2016 Jack Anderson, James Coates, Dakota Forsyth, Nick Graham, Alex Malinsky, Jake Pilewicz, Tim Scholly


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Aardsma, David Adams, John W. Adessa, Joseph R. Ahrens, Brian L. Albert, J.S. Albrecht, Carl Albright Jr., Henry M. Alfreno, Jesse Allgyer, James D. (Jim) Allison, F.F. Allison, William C. Amato, Gary Amino, John Anderson, Jack Anderson, Richard E. (Dick) Arner, Robert K. (Bob) Arnold, Greg L. Arnold, Mike Arp, Jeff Ashcroft, James R. Atherton, C.M. August, Sam Aull, C.E. Auman, Rich Avery, C.B.

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Baidy, Stephen C. (Steve) Bair, Dennis Bair, S.H. Bair, William W. Baldwin, Marcus (Mike) Ball, F.G. Baney, Bruce D. Barden, James S. Barr, Derrick Bart , Tom Bartek, Glenn Bartek, Leonard J. (Len) Bartley, Gary B. Barto, Kenneth E. (Ken) Barto, Kody Basista, A.H. Bassler, C.H. Bastian, Edward Bates, Schuyler Baublitz, O.L. Baughman, H.E. Baver, Larry A. Bazarnic, Steve G. Beans, Harry C. Bechtel, L.T. Becker, Greg Bedenk, F.J. (Joe) Beers, Adam Beers, Dan

2001 1959-61 1938-39 1992 1897 1995-97 1949-51 2009-11 1966-68 1918 1976-78 2005-07 1981 2013-16 1962-63 1959-60 1996-99 1986 1998 1992 1893-95 2011-14 1889 1990 1936

1956-58 1993 1933 1949-51 1882 1941 1973 1969-71 2003-05 1982-84 1985-88 1973-75 1973 1967-68 1990-93 1941 1900 1939-40 2015-16 1919 1916 1958 1967 1959-60 1894, 96-97 1985-86 1922-23 1995-98 1997-99

Beighey, Lawrence J. (Larry) Beiler, John Bein, A.J. Beitz, Joseph J. Bellaman, Mike Benner, Glenn William Bennett, James Benton, William F. (Bill) Benyish, Peter V. Benyish, William Bergey, David (Dave) Bernardo, Anthony J. Bernlohr, Mark Bertolotti, Phil Bevenour, Keith Biasi, Sal Bielicki, J.W. Biesecker, Marlin K. Biesecker, Scott Billek, Tom Billotte, Kevin Binduga, Gary Bishop, Brian Bitting, Raymond Bjalme, Erik S. Blackburn, Joe Blair, W.A. Bloom, F. Walter Blount, Jody R. Blythe, Don D. Blythe, F.H. Bochna, Derek Boho, J.A. Boonie, Ryan Borden, Wes Boricich, Marko Boruta, Scott Bowden, Brad Bowers, Dale L. Bowersox, Jordan Boylston, Geoff Bradley, J.F. Bradley, Rex Brake, Raymond C. Brandt, W.E. Bray, C. Breisch Jr., Wayne M. Brenize Jr., Galen R. Brew, W.P. Brewster, Jesse H. Brodkin, Barton S. (Bart) Brown, Dale Brown, Earl F. Brown, Terry W. Brown, William M. Bruhn, Earl Brumbaugh, Charles A. Bruno, John J. Brush, Terrance A. Bubb, H.H. Buck, Irving L. Bull, William M. (Bill) Bump, Nate Bumstead, David Burau, Kevin E. Burford, John C. Burger, Thomas H. Burger, Willie Burke, Kevin C. Burns, Robert

1959 1955 1910, 12 1992 1982-85 1977, 79-80 1980-81 1959-60 1947 1948-49 1960, 62 1976 1982-83 1993, 95-96 1986-88 2015-16 1934-36 1960-62 1988-91 1994-95 1995-98 1983-86 1999-02 1946 1992 2004-08 1898-99 1963 1992 1914-17 1909-12 1992-93, 95 1936 2006-09 2008-09 2015-16 1996-98 1989 1942-43 2016 2011-2015 1901, 03 1953-55 1937-39 1896-98 1907 1957 1993 1889 1932-33 1961, 63 1944 1942-43 1978-79 1951 1944 1918, 20-21 1993 1979-81 1910-11 1956 1943 1995-98 2006 1992 1942-43 1977-78 2016 1973-75 1969

Burns, W.B. Burris, Jeffrey L. Buss Jr., Clarence R. Buzzard, R.T. Buzzi, Christopher J.

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Calder, Charles Calder, Russell Caldwell, Charles D. Campbell, G.N. Campo, Michael C. Carango, Keith Carfley, Peter J. Carle, Gerry Carroll, Matthew Carson, E.W. Casagrande, Jenny Casselberry, Robert L. Cassell Jr., Bradley D. Catalano, Joseph B. Cavagnaro, Matt Cerchie, Silvio P. Cervino, Tom Cesnik, George Chadman, George Chesney, Cummings C. Chiodo, Paul Cho, William M. Christiansen, Richard Christina, Eugene A. Church, Chris Cianciolo, Paul Cisar, Chris Clark, John M. Clark, Craig Clark, Ryan Clark, Todd J. Cline, Steve Coates, James Coban, J.C. Cobey, Thomas C. Cochrane, Norman Colton, Grant A. Comforto, Joseph V. (Joe) Conklin, C.D. Conroy, James W. (Jim) Cook, Donald M. Cook, Tim D. Coolidge, D.J. Cope, Jesse K. Corchran, John Correll, Steve A. Corswirt, H.J. Coulson, R.J. Coval, George A. Cowan, Jeffrey Craig, Justin Craig, R.H. Craig, W.R. Crawford, H.C. Crawford, V.L. Crayosky, Travis W. Cree, W.F. Cromlish, A.L. Crossin, D.J. Crutchley, E.G. Cunningham, Darin Curtin, J.M.

1898-00 1991-93 1949-51 1893 1991-93

1875 1875 1958-59 1901 1997-00 1982-83 1993 1944 2002-05 1909, 11-12 1986-88 1940 1993 1993 2004-07 1951-53 1979-80 1969-70 1882 1882 1997 1993 1953 1968 1990, 92 2008-09 1991-93 1974, 76 2004-07 2009-12 1976 2003, 05-06 2013-16 2012-13 1993 1949 1934 1968-69 1906-07 1970-72 1952 1993 1918 1939 1882 1973-76 1924 1907-08 1971-73 1993 1992-93 1911-14 1919 1912 1913-15 1990-93 1905-08 1896 1936 1907 2000 1896-97

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D’Ambrosio, Robert D’Orsaneo, Louis Dacostino, John Daley, Thomas Dalsey, Matt Damiano, Kevin Davidheiser, Scott A. Davis, Paul E. Davis, William Davison, U.C. DeBernardis, Joey Debler, William J. DeBonis, Albert F. DeCaspers, Carl DeCoudres, Robert A. (Bob) Deegan, Sean Deese, Mike Deitrick, Jeremy Delenick, David J. DeLong, Richard E. Deloronzo, Andrew Delp, George S. DeRenzo, Michael Deutsch, Frank J. DeWitt, Dennie L. Didinger, Joseph C. Diedrich, Frank Dietze, Bryan C. Distasio, Nick Dixon, Evan Dixon, Scott Dobbelaar, W.B. Dobrosielski, Dave Donmoyer, Jordan Dougherty, Owen J. Drapcho, Edward Z. (Ed) Dreher, Richard G. Drill, W.C. Dunn, Cark R. Dunn, Tim Durbin, Thomas J. (Tom) Dworsky, Chad S.

E

Eberlein, J.F Ebersole, J.J. Edwards, Mike Edwards, Selwyn Ege, E. Egleston, Michael M. (Mike) Eisenhuth, J.L. Elder, J.D. Eldridge, John Elenberger, C.M. Ell, Zach Emerich, Jeff Emery, Calvin W. (Cal) Emhof III, Joseph B. Enders, Robert W. Endy, Keith Engle Jr., Frederick S. (Fred) Engler, David A. Eramo, Mario Ernst, Brian Escudero, Gaston Eskew, Phil Estep, Blake Ettinger, George 74

1981-82 1955 1995-98 1969-70 1993, 96-97 2000-03 1992 1978 1946 1882 2009-12 1940-42 1930, 32 1962 1943 2009-12 2007-09 1995-98 1975-78 1959-61 1945 1927-29 1999-03 1976-79 1971-73 1938-39 1929-31 1993 2015-16 2011-13 2011-12 1927-28 1964 2014-16 1949-51 1955-57 1968 1929-31 1972 2011-14 1959-61 1993

1909-12 1942 1984-87 1933-34 1917 1968-70 1924-25 1902-04 1875 1899 2011-14 1993, 95-96 1957-58 1992 1992 1986 1961-63 1980 2011 2005-08 2011-12 1983-84, 86 2013 1954-55

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F

Fagan, Shawn Fagersten, Mark Fagnano, Jared Farkes, Alex Farr, E.B. Farr, James A. Farr, Mike Farrell, Jim Farris, M.S. Featherstone, John J. Federici, Stephen Fegley, Larry W. Felak, David D. (Dave) Felton, James W. (Jim) Fenton, Robert A. (Bob) Ferguson, W.M. Ferringer, Kevin Fidler, Richard Field, Garrett Findley, N.P. Fink, J.G. Fischer, Eric Fisher, Bill Fisher, C.J. Fitzpatrick, Gregory A. Fixter, W.D. Flowers, Edward D. Focht, Robert R. Foley, Sean C. Foote, Peter Ford, W.B. Fore, David R. Fore Jr., Boyd Forgie, J.W. Forkum, C.S. Forsyth, Dakota Fortna, W.H. Foster, Floyd Foster, R.M. Foster, Richard H. Foster, W. Ross Franklin, Mike Franks, Chris Franks, Farrell M. Frantz, Scott M. Fravel, Steve Freed, Chris Freedman, Larry R. French, J.C. Fritz, Edward W. Fromknecht, Ronald R. Fry, Rodney C. Frymire, Tobin W. Fulvic, A.H. Futrick, Christopher M.

2002-05 1941 2000-02 1950-52 1987 1977 1916-17

1997-00 2002 2015-16 2011-14 1898 1975-78 1984 2003-04 1942 1966-68 1986-88 1958-60 1963-64 1963 1961-63 1907, 09 1983-84 1969 2006-07 1897 1924 1991 1993 1936 1994 1923-24 1943 1993 1992 1992 1936 1966-68 1940 1927 1904-05 2014-16 1923-24 1944 1882 1965-67 1882 2009-12 1987-89 1965-67 1993 1992 1991-92 1959 1929-30 1993 1975 1929-30 1965-67 1933 1989-92

G

Gaffney, Scott Gager, F.M. Gallagher, Paul Galluppi, John V. Garrett, Travis Garrison, Walter Gasbarre, Alex Gates, Eric R. Gates, Gerald H. Gegley, Richard Gehrett, Robert R. Geis, Randall T. Gelletly, Arin Giegucz, Edward G. Gillespie, Francis Gillespie, Joseph R. Gingerich, Garland Girton, A.W. Glantz, Michael Glenn, J. Edwin Goebeler, Daniel R. Golemeske, Joseph Goodrich, Robert G. Goshorn, Frank B. Gourley, Ronald J. Graham, Nick Gramley, E.T. Green, Robert D. Greenberg, Jack Greene, H.R. Greenfield, Aaron Greenland, W.W. Gregory, John H. Greshko, Clifford L. Grey, William Gridley, Robert R. Grubb, N.W. Grumley, Calvin Guers, Greg Guman, Michael D. Gummo, Scott Gunnett, Merle E. Gunther, Michael L. Gursky, Albert L. (Al) Gustafson, George Guzzardo, Anthony D.

H

Hackman, Harold R. Haddow, J. Hader, Michael W. (Mike) Haffner, Steve Hagenman, Justin Hager, Gary L. Haines, Henry L. (Hinkey) Haines, K.G. Haley, Jim Hall, David M. Hall, Galen S. Hall, J.M. Hamas, Michael Hamilton, Clayton Hamilton, Scott C. Harbold, Lynn D. Hare, Chalmer Harper, Brian Harper, Ryan Harrelson, H.F.

2005-07 1928 1980-81 1969-71 2005 1969-70 2003-04 1990-93 1939-41 1960 1946-48 1992-94 2002-05 1963 1988 1938-39 1953-54 1936 2009-11 1875 1998-00 1944 1938 1980 1992 2015-16 1918-20 1999 2008 1926 2003-06 1893-96 1963-65 1993 1882 1945 1917-18, 20 2008-10 2013-16 1978-80 2004-06 1950 1993 1961 1966 1993

1946-49 1910-11 1959, 61 1988-89 2016 1972, 74 1921-22 1926, 28 2014-16 1991-94 1961 1935 1925, 27 2001-04 1998-00 1955, 57 1922, 23 2001 2013-15 1924-25


All-Time Letterwinners Harrington, B.A. Harris, G.M. Harrison, Harry S. Harry, Jim Harter, Matthew Hartswick, J.M. Hauger, Alexander Haver, Frank B. Haverstick, H.H. Hawkins, Paul Hayes, L.F. Healy, David Heath, Ben Hedge, Nick Heffner, Darren M. Heim, Bill Heimel, Jeffrey M. Helsel, Christian Henderson, B.R. Henderson, Milton B. Henderson, Robert M. Hepler, J.P. Herb, Donald R. Herkert, Mark J. Herring, Neal Herzberger, James Hesselbacher, G.E. Hewitt, Earl E. Hill, Steven Hill, William S. Hindulak, Jim Hirshman, C.L. Hirt, Christian R. Hite, Richard L. Hittner, P.M. Hobbs, W. Hodgens, Blake Hoffacker, Joseph R. Hoffman, Brian E. Hoffman, W.A. Hogan, Thomas Hohn, Eric Holler, Edward J. (Ed) Hollis, Joseph Hood, Lamartine F. Hoopes, George D. Hoover, Richard W. Hoover, Robert S. (Bob) Hopewell, Jared Hopkins, Daniel Hopper, William Horner, Todd S. Horwath, Alex W. Hosterman, Kenneth Hostetler, Todd Houser, H.M. Howard, William Howe Jr., W.C. Howes III, Elisha C. Hrobak, Robert P. (Bob) Huber, R.M. Hughes, Conlin Hughes, Michael Hunchar, Michael Hunter, J.R. Hurey, Michael Hurley, Tim

1926-28 1925-27 1937-39 1984-86 2001-04 1893 2001 1993 1904-06, 08 2005-08 1896-99 1987-89 2008-10 2013-16 1993 1964 1993 2015-16 1912-13 1937 1992 1899 1945, 47 1993 2010-13 1965 1914-15 1898-01 2010-13 1942, 45 1984 1907-10 1993 1978, 80 1913 1930 2016 1993 1992 1936 1948 1983, 85-86 1944, 47-48 1882 1959 1930-32 1950 1957-59 2002-04 1945-46 1950-52 1992 1993 1946 1981-82, 84-85 1939 1917 1930 1957 1960-61 1900-03 2016 1982 1952 1920-21 2000-02 1985-87

I

Ignas, Ryan Irsfeld, Drew Ishler, Brian H.

J

Jackson, W.B. Jacobs, Bobby Jacobs, Leslie Jacobson, D.D. Jann, T.J. Jaskowski, Jim Johns, William E. (Bill) Johnson, H.C. Johnson, Heath Johnson, Trevor R. Johnson, J.M. Johnston, Joel Johnston, Sandy Jonas, Donald W. (Don) Jones, Hugh Josefson, J.G. June, David C.

K

Kahn Jr., Gilbert Kahnell, Brandon Kanapesky, Raymond A. Kanaskie, Walter G. (Walt) Karr, John Karstetter, Mike Karwaski, Paul A. Kascsak, William Kaunas, B.J. Kavelak, Jeff Keefe, Colin Keenen, Doug Keller, F.L. Kelley, Scott Kelley, W.A. Kelly, A.T. Kendall, Tyler Kennedy, Patrick Kent, G.H. Kepler, J.W. Kepler, Robert J. Kerns, Dean Kerns, Paul Kerr, Glenn A. Kerr Jr., William M. Kerstetter, M.B. Kikla, Edward J. Killinger, W.G. (Glenn) Killough, Mike Kilmer, M.I. Kirk, W.L. Kirsch, Thomas M. Kleiner Jr., Wayne A. Klemann, Connor Klepfer, E.L. Kline, Huber L. Kmit, Edward W. (Ed) Knapp, G.V. Knoche, Frank Koch , Garry D. Koch, Terry M. Kochman, Roger Koegel, Richard G. Koehler, H.L.

2009-12 2009-10 1988-89, 90-92

1889 2008-11 1945 1926, 28 2012-14 1994-96 1956 1898-00 2009-11 1993 1916-18 1986-87 1985 1961-62 1926 1914 1977-80

Kolkebeck, W.C. Kolwicz, Michael P. (Mike) Kominars, J. Komorowski, Paul Konawalik, John Kondash, William J. Koors, Paul Korb, Louis W. (Lou) Korb, Nelson R. Kornick, Michael L. Kramer, Larry A. Krause, Philip Krauser, Walter C. Kroog, A.J. Krukiel, Matt Krumrine, Jack M. Kulina, Casey Kunes, Gregory R. Kunkle, Jeffrey R. Kurowski, Raymond A. Kurrasch, Joe Kurty, John Kwolek, Gary L.

L 1960-61 1994 1978 1967-68 2007-08 1985-86 1973-74 1932-34 1915 1988-91 2013-14 1984-87 1913 2006-09 1925 1908-11 2013-16 1953-55 1926-28 1925 1972 1992, 94 1991, 93 1993 1931 1924-25 1959-61 1919-21 1989-90 1904-06 1901 1972-74 2002 2016 1909-11 1952-54 1963-65 1919 1875 1973-76 1993 1960, 62 1974-75 1921-23

Labuda, Jeff Lachenmayer, John Laganosky, Stanley Lahrman, Robert F. Laird, Travis Lambert, Mark B. Lammie, Samuel R. Landis, George J. Landis, J.B. Landis, Richard Larimer, Wendell S. Lazar, Paul Leavitt, Keith Lehman, Keith S. Lehman, Taylor Leidich, H.A. Leitgeb, Jim Leith, Joseph Leonard, William H. Lesko, A.J. (Al) LeVan, E.E. Levy, Jay Lewis, Cody Lewis, Matt Lewski, Frank H. Liebacher, E.N. Liebert, H.E. Light, Frederick D. (Fred) Lightner, J.K. Lindert, Matthew J. Lingenfelter, David Lingenfelter, Dennis P. Liske, Peter A. (Pete) Little, Harry Livezey, J.P Lockard, J.P. Lockerman, James L. (Jim) Loeffler, K.D. Lohr, William P. Long, Ted W. Longhurst, L.C. Lopez, Raymond Lorentson, Mike Lowell, G.A. Ludwick, N.V.

1941 1975-76 1915 1987-88 1990 1992 1965-66 1973 1919-21 1935-37 1974-76 1966 1957 1919 1994-95 1952-53 2012-13 1992 1997-00 1946-47 2012 1949-50 1975

1989-90 1949 1949, 51 1993 2004-06 1979-80 1974-75 1969-71 1901-03 1959-60 1955-56 1942 2016 1980-81 2015-16 1910 2004-07 1945 1952-53 1926-28 1917 1964 2012-13 2004-06 1979 1916 1913-15 1962-64 1919, 20-22 2001-02 1991 1966-68 1962-63 1950-51 .1929-31 1929 1955-57 1923-24 1932-33 1976 1923-24 1991 2007-09 1893 1922

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All-Time Letterwinners Lukevics, Mitchell S. (Mitch) Lungren, J.G Lupold, Kenneth D. Lutcher, J.H. Luther, William Lutz, David Lynch, E.D. Lynd, Blake

M

MacFarland, Charles W. Mackey, W.E. Macy, T.J. Magee, Byron Maggiore, John C. Mahaffey, J.K. Mahoney, A.F. Maier, John E. Mairs, E.D. Malinsky, Alex Manderbach, Gary M. Markowitz, Aaron Marlin, Rick Marlow, Steven T. Marlow, T.S. Maronic, Kevin J. Martella, Orient A. Martin, G.W. Martin, Joe Masella, Brian C. Mason, Bradley Mason, Charles Mason, H.D. Masticola, Thomas James (T.J.) Mattera, Richard J. Mattern, Frank K. Mattice, Chris Matula, Stephen C. Maxwell, W.A. McCall, Daniel McCallum, S.S. McCleary, E.H. (Bull) McClure, Rick McClure, Ronald McCreary, Ivan P. McDonald, Annemarie McDuffie, O.J. McElroy, James McHugh, Mike McIlveen, H.C. (Irish) McIntyre, Jason McKechnie, W.B. McKee, Captain McKersh, John K. McKibbin, E.F. McKnight, Chris S. McKnight Jr., Richard K. McLaughlin, Thomas V. McLean, H.B. McMonagle, Austin McMullen, John A. McMullen, Robert E. (Bob) McMurtry, Severn McRoberts, Craig R. McRoberts, Michael P. McVicker, N.L. McWilliams, George C. Meade, David Mearkle, C.W. Medlar, Charles E. (Chuck) 76

1973-75 1926-28 1993 1933-34 1945 2007-10 1907-10 2009-11

1943, 46-47 1893-94 2008-09 1987-88 1991, 93-94 1906 1924 1972-74 1924-25 2014-16 1968-69 2004-06 2006-09 1990 1939 1974-77 1942-43, 46 1889 1997-98 1973 1981 1913 1904-07 1948-50 1993 1893-94 1994-97 1940 1898 1998-01 1920 1907-10 1964 1965-66 1882 1981-84 1990 1955 1993, 95 1903-06 1999 1935-36 1875 1957 1912-13 1979-80 1993 1993 1889 2015 1956-58 1955-56 1982, 84-85 1990 1989-90 1924-25 1942, 47 1931-32 1918, 20-21 1940-42

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Melendez, Willie Mellinger, C.W. Melville, Joel Menzie, Paul G. Merkle, Matt Merkle, W.A. Micsky, Gerald J. Micsky, William A. Miehoff, Solomon B. (Sol) Mihalich, William F. Mikelonis, A.P. Miller, Barry Miller, D.K. Miller, D.K. Miller, Donald Miller, E.E. Miller, Gary T. Miller, Gordon J. Miller, J. Miller, P.R. Miller, Richard J. Miller, Robert A. Miller, W.S. Milliron, Michael Mingle, Blair Minich, J.A. Misavage, Brent Missanelli, Michael G. Mitinger, H.C. Mock, Eric Mock, J.C. Montesinos, Luis Moonves, Philip R. Moore, C.P. Moore, E.L. Moore, John A. Moore, Joseph R. (Joe) Moorehead, C.H. Morgan, D.S. Morgan, W.H. Morrell, David C. Moscow, Neil Moskalczyk, William Mowry, Paul J. Moyer, Roy Mullan, W.B. Mullin, Tom Murphy, Gary R. Mushinsky, Russell B. Musser, A.J. Musser, C.H. Musser, F. Musser, W.D. Muth, Keith L.

N

Nabholz, Eli Nacchio, J.A. Nagel, Edward W. Nakata, Landon Nash, Justin Nassau, Lee A. Neal, W.B. Neary, Eamonn Nesbit, C.B. Netwall, Christopher Nevling, Joseph B. Newquist, Ralph R. Nielsen, Steven M.

2000-03 1921 1964-65 1938-40 1988-89 1901-02 1971-74 1968-70 1936-38 1951-52 1934-35 1965-66 1900-03 1888-89 1948-49 1913-14 1956-58 1958 1897 1934, 36 1976-77 1974-77 1922-23 2002-05 1916-18 1911 1988 1977 1906-08 2016 1889 2010-13 1931-32 1919 1916 1952 1958 1904-05 1898-99 1907 1980 1970 1988 1951-52 1983-86 1918-20 2014-16 1971 1989-92 1923 1889 1889 1930-31 1978

2016 1939 1938 2006-09 1999-02 1972 1939 1996, 98 1895-97 1998-01 1993 1929 1974-77

Noe, Richard L. (Dick) Nolan, Gifford Novak, Aaron

O

O’Brien, David O’Hora, Frank O’Neil, Drew O’Neill, Frederick M. Obeid, Mike Ochroch, Albert Ochs, Arthur R. Ogrodnik, Matt Olsen, Wes Ondick, William Onkotz, Andrew S. Orwig, Robert L. Oswald, Cory J. Ott, Aaron M. Otten, William W. Owens, James

P

Pae, Richard L. Page Jr., P.R. Painter, H.C. Palen, Drew Palm, Joshua Palm, M.H. Paradise, Matt Paris, John Parks, H.K. Parvin, Ian Parvin, Sean Peace, Ralph T. Peachey, Delmar L. Pearce, H.A. Pearson, Timothy W. Perks, Bob Perugini, R.J. Phelps Jr., J.P. Phillips, Joe Phillips, John F. Picconi, Lou Pierce, Mike Pilewicz, Jake Piollet, T.W. Pipa, Andrew Pitarra, Paul Pleban, Jeffrey R. Plunkett, Dan Pogmore, Charles Porter, Chris Potsklan, John B. Praul, Elmer E. Proctor, William Prohaska, Michael S. Pucky, John P. Puliafico, Joseph S. Pyer, W.C.

Q

Quailey, C. Stewart

1963-64 1983 2012-2015

1998 1934-36 2007-08 1937 1982-85 1935 1973-75 2005-07 1984-87 1949-51 1977-78 1977-80 1992 1993 1992 1970

1961-62 1925-27 1895-96 2009-10 2002-05 1922-24 2012-13 1962 1933-34 2013-14 2012 1956 1992 1906 1975-76 1983-85 1942 1942 1981-84 1960-62 2007-10 2008-11 2015-16 1910 1948 1986-88 1993 2005-07 1981 1990 1947-48 1963 1944 1978 1979 1997-00 1942

1940


All-Time Letterwinners R

Rabennold, Marlyn L. Rainey, Ronald G. (Ron) Rakowsky, Terry F. Rathmell, Lance Ray, E.H. Rayburg, Christopher Rayz, Michael A. Reddick, Robert S. Reed, J.N. Reese, Shawn Regoli, Mark S. Reidell, John S. Rentschler, Kirk Rentschler, Robert Rentzel, Lee P. Renz, William Reohr, Wes Reynolds, Dale Rhine, Richard J. (Dick) Rhoda, Jack M. Rice, Charles F. Richards, Allen Richardson, James M. Richmond, John Richter, Ryan Riese, Ronald E. (Ron) Riggins, Austin Riggle, Robert Rinker, Ronald B. (Ron) Rintz, H. Riotto, Nick Ripka, Keith Rissmiller, Darren V. Ritenour, J.P. Robbins, H.L. Robinson, Donald H. (Don) Robinson, F. Robinson, R.G. Robinson, S. Rodenhaver, Robert B. (Barry) Rodio, Douglas Roepke, J.P. Roetter, John E. Rogers, Harry R. Rohrbach, F.L. Rohrbach, Todd A. Romig, Chuck Romig, Frederick W. Rose, Richard Ross, F.K. Roush, Harold R. Ruble, C.W. Rugh, L.D. Ruhf, John Rumberger, Dalton Rumberger, Eric Rumberger, Jeffrey S. Runkle, Calvin Runt, Colin Russo, Charles W. Russo, Scott Ryder, Derek Rzucidlo, John

1959 1957-58 1980-82 1994 1903-05 2001 1993 1994 1923-24 1993, 95 1993 1963 1992 1993 1961 1969 2001-03 1981 1964, 66 1952-53 1894-95 1944 1939-41 1999-02 2013-15 1957-59 2016 1965 1959-60 1921 2014-16 1987-89 1994 1939 1935 1961-62 1893-94 1941 1915-17 1961, 63-64 2001-02 1928 1976 1970-72 1900-03 1993 1995-98 1956 1969 1905-06 1953 1898-99 1935 2002 1950 2010 1977-79 1932 2003-06 1953-55 1998-00 1992-93, 95 1986

S

Sada, Thomas J. Sadlowski, Jared Saltzman, S.S. Sandercock, Daniel Sapp, Edward Saul, William N. (Bill) Saunders, Warren Scanlon, Regis Schlesiger, John Schmell, Kenneth Schmidt, W. Robert Schneider, Louis K. Schoellkopf, Robert B. Scholly, Tim Schwartz, B. Searer, Elliot Searer, Timothy S. Sebastianelli, Edward R. (Ed) Seeds, Carl B. Seibel, Arthur B. Semancik, John L. Seymour, Eric Sharpe, B.H. Shee, Charles Sheehy, T. Michael Shelby, E.F. Shellenberger, William Sherburne, Mark Sherkel, Frederick J. (Rick) Sherkness, Andy Sherwin, Douglas S. Sherwood, Brian P. Shingler, Richard G. Shipman, John A. Shoop, C.F. Showalter, Brett Shue, David Sichler, C.J. Sickler, Kayle Sidler, R.H. Sidler, Randall K. Simcox, Randy Simmers, David F. Simms, Tom Simock, Andy Simoncelli, Ben P. Simononis, David J. Sincavage, Len Singley, E.R. Skemp, L.N. Skerpon, Taylor Slabodian, George W. Slattery, G.R. Slenker, Frank Sloniger, Ryan Slutter, John E. Smeal, Wilson C. Smeltz, G. Raymond Smith, Bill Smith, Glenn Smith, J. Franklin Smith, Kyle A. Smith, Michael J. (Mike) Smith, Regis E. Smith, Robert K. Smith, Rod Smith, Ronald W. Smith, Ryky

1992 1994-97 1929-31 1942 1939-41 1961 1955 1982 1944 1970 1948 1956 1953 2014-16 1925-26 2010-13 1974-77 1942-43, 47 1921 1939-40 1992 1990-91 1900-03 1875 1987-88 1900-01 1947 1990-91 1971-74 1985-86 1939-40 1993 1957 1938 1901 2000, 02-04 1965-66 1985-86 2007-08 1942 1977 1981-84 1957 1985 1992-93 1936-38 1978-80 1987-88 1927-29 1908-09 2012-15 1937 1924 1970 2016 1967-68 1937 1948 1992, 94 1945 1935-37 2001 1969-71 1931-33 1938 1986 1956-57 2012-15

Smith, Trevor W. Smithlin, Zachary Smoot, Geoff Snyder, Scott K. Snyder, Steve Soloman, Eugene Spadt, Eric Spamer, David Spanos, Mark A. Sparks, C.E. Spaziani, Frank J. Speicher, Robert S. Speisman, M.J. Spinelli, James Sproull, Kevin C. Stark, Donald P. Stauffer, J.R. Steffy, Clifford A. Stein, Raymond S. Stellman, Richard G. Steranka, Jordan Stetler, Ellwood Stickler, Donald G. (Don) Stidfole, Alan Stidfole, Sean Stiely, Lawrence Stine, Donald L. (Don) Stobart, Ryan Stocker, J.M. Stohr, Edward A. Stokes, E.B. Stokes, H.E. Stoner, Clarence H. (Shorty) Stoner, Todd Stopyra, Edward Stover, G. Marlin Stover, John L. Strauser, Troy Stroull, Kevin Stuart, W.A. Stulgis, Frank E. Stull, J.M. Styborski, J.F. Sullivan, Harold Sullivan, Timothy R. Suplizio, James Sutherland, Eugene H. (Gene) Sutton, E.B. Swan, H.P (Paul) Swanson, Alan C. Swanson, Roy C. Swartz, M.T. Swierczewski, Thomas J. Swope, James C. Sychterz, Joseph Sylvester, John V. Szymanski, Stanley

1993 2000-03 1964 1993 2010-14 1948 1997-00 1980-82 1978 1922 1967 1951 1896-97 2005-06 1993 1947-48 1941 1972 1933 1962-63 2009-12 1945 1956-58 2003-06 2003-05 1932 1971-73 2007-08 1933-35 1977 1934 1929-31 1965-67 1986-89 1969 1957 1942-43 1993 1990 1893-95 1972 1875 1925-27 1916 1998 1960 1943, 46-47 1910 1931-33 1989 1969-71 1894 1957 1992 1941 1943 1955

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All-Time Letterwinners T

Tanner, Mark D. Tarley, John Tarquinio, Christopher J. Taylor, Arthur Taylor, Patton Tease, Willard Tekeley, John S. Tepsic, Joseph Terosky, Jason E. Teschner, William C. (Bill) Thomas, C. Thomas, James H. (Jim) Thomas, M.L. Thomas, P.E. Thomas, William Thomas, William E. (Bill) Thompson, C.G. Thompson, Lance Thorpe, J. Tirabassi, Guy G. Tkac, Albert Tocci, Joseph Tonery, Christopher Torcolini, Joel Traphoner, J.R. Tressler, Aaron Troisi Jr., Carmen A. Truhn, Kenneth W. Tuleya, E.A. Tunall, Steve Tyson, William

U

Ullery, William W. Upshaw, Brock Urbanovich, Joseph L. Urion, Robert

V

Vail, R.W. Valerie, Martin Van Horn, Mark A. Van Ord, Norman Van Wezenbeeck, Joseph VanAtta, R.A. Vando, Victor M. Vesling, Dean H. Vesling, Keith L. Vink, Heath Vogel, Gregory L. (Greg) Vogt, G.A. Voithofer, Bryan T. Vonarx, Melvin W. Vorhis, L.F. Vorhis, R.H.

78

1971-72 1980-83 1992 1882 2012-15 1948 1973 1945-46 1992 1976 1893-95 1961 1920-21 1909 1955 1941-43 1904 2003-06 1917 1955-57 1948-50 1949-50 1950-52 1997 1922 2001-04 1950, 52 1938, 40 1941-42 1987 1882

1918, 20-22 2002 1978-79 1944

1942 1938-40 1991 1955 2002 1927-28 1992 1956 1952-54 2001-02 1973-76 1913-15 2000 1936-38 1907-10 1907-08

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Wager, Andy 1995-99 Walker, Lawrence F. 1993 Walker, Roy 1983-84 Walker Jr., S. 1895-96 Walkling, Dave 2010-13 Wallis, William J. (Bill) 1958 Walsh, Martin 1993, 95 Walter, John 2010-12 Waltman, Kelby R. 1991-92 Walus, Walter W. 1932-33 Wanamaker, Mike 2008, 10 Warchal, Adam 2001-03 Warchal, Peter A. (Pete ) 1972, 75 Ward, John Montgomery (Monte) 1875 Wardrop, Marshall R. 1942-44 Wardwell, A.H. 1912-13, 15-16 Warn, W.H. 1901 Warrington, Alan (Al) 1982-83 Washell, Ed 1983-86 Wassel, Nicholas E. 1937 Waters, John J. 1936-37 Watkins, David L. (Dave) 1956-58 Watson, Michael 1999-02 Watts, Samuel T. 1938-39 Wear, Wendell W. 1936-38 Weber, J.R. 1942 Weber, William 1914-15 Wech, James H. (Jim) 1973-75 Weidenhammer, Ronald G. 1952-53, 55 Weigel, George E. 1976-78 Weimer, Matt 1994-97 Wells, Michael M. (Mike) 1971 Welsh, Greg 2011-14 Werkheiser, Curry D. 1993 Werner, J. Grier 1963-64 Werner, Ray T. 1995-96 Wert, Larry 1964 Wertz, Richard 1948-50 Wetherald, R. 1916 Wetzel, Reese A. 1991 Wheeler, Ryan S. 1991-94 Wheeling, George 1916-18 White, J.J. 2012-15 Whitehill, Seth 2006-08 Whiteman, Samuel D. 1922 Whitlock, Jeff B. 1976-77 Whitmer, Robert F. 1882 Whitmoyer, Chad 1996-98 Whitney, R.B. 1911-13 Williams, B.F. 1894 Williams, Dave 1964 Williams, E.S. 1898 Williams, Larry 1945 Williams, Michael (Mike) 1964-65 Williams, Philip M. 1966-67 Wilson, T.C. 1925-26 Wine, Cory 2006-09 Wingerd, Tyler 2002-03 Winn, Paul 1932 Winner, William 1946 Wise, R.W. 1923 Wise, Thomas 1955 Wittlinger, Mark 1994 Wojtowicz, Mark 2005 Wolf, A.B. 1927-29 Wood, E.K. 1900 Workman, E.D. 1909-11 Wotus, Darin T. 1991

Wright, Christopher Wright, Donald M. Wrigley, J.D. Wygonik, Jim Wyner, Mark

Y

Yahres, Robert M. Yeager III, John W. Yeakle, H.S. Yearick, Terry Yeash, Jerome A. Yoder, F.E. Yodice, Rob Yodis, Peter D. Yost, Bud Young, E.W. Young, G.H. Young, Greg Young, James D. Young, Wilson A. Youngblood, Grant Yount, Kenneth L. (Ken) Yukelson, Drew

Z

Zawacki, Stanley L. Zonts, Bob

1999-02 1997, 99-01 1939 1985 2006-07

1939 1990 1902 1970 1975 1904-05 2007-08 1998-01 1964 1929-31 1911 1987-90 1993 1937 2008-09 1943, 46-47 2008, 10

1932-34 1982-83

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