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ILLINOIS WESLEYAN

BASEBALL 2010 Postseason Media Guide


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY residence hall, accommodating 118 students in suite-like apartments (1997). The Shirk Center was funded in part by a $5 million gift from the Russell and Betty Shirk Foundation of Bloomington. The Shirk family owns Beer Nuts, Inc.®, the Bloomington-based snack food company. In 1999 the Jack Horenberger Baseball Field was opened, which paved the way in 2000 for new softball and soccer fields. The science center has 15 technologically-equipped classrooms, lecture halls, and seminar rooms; 18 teaching labs; 27 research labs; and facilities for computers. The Center for Liberal Arts houses 60 offices and facilities for social science, humanities, business and economics. Distinguished Speakers. In the past few years, IWU has hosted a number of outstanding speakers, including former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen, authors Maya Angelou and Kurt Vonnegut, and film directors Kevin Smith and Spike Lee. Accomplished Alums. Illinois Wesleyan alumni of distinction include Edward B. Rust, Jr., ’72, president and chief executive officer of Bloomington-based State Farm Insurance; Jack Sikma ‘77, seven-time NBA All-Star and current assistant coach for the Houston Rockets; Dawn Upshaw ’82, a two-time Grammy-award winning singer with the New York Metropolitan Opera; Frankie Faison ’71, who has appeared in the films “Silence of the Lambs”, “The Thomas Crown Affair” and “Coming to America”; Akito Mizuno ’74, senior managing director of Mizuno, the world’s largest sporting goods company; Steve Vogel ’68, author of the best-selling true crime book “Reasonable Doubt”; and Richard Jenkins ’69, who was nominated for an Academy Award for his starring role in the 2008 movie “The Visitor.”

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llinois Wesleyan University, founded in 1850, enrolls about 2,100 undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts, with 17 academic departments, and in the Schools of Art, Music, Nursing and Theatre Arts. The 2004 edition of The Fiske Guide to Colleges lists the University as one of its 22 “best buys” among the nation’s private colleges, describing Illinois Wesleyan as “at once cozy and diverse, loaded with opportunities for ambitious students.” Emphasizing a distinctive liberal arts curriculum as the central feature of every student’s education, IWU also provides opportunities for professional and pre-professional preparation. The student-faculty ratio of 12-to-1 means that the University’s students are active participants in their education, often working individually with faculty members on research. As a residential university, Illinois Wesleyan provides a vibrant campus environment in which rich co-curricular offerings complement the primary academic mission. About 30 percent of each graduating class goes on to graduate school, with recent alumni accepted into law schools, medical schools, and in other advanced degree programs. New Facilities. The $25 million Ames Library (at right), a place where books, journals and other materials of intellect and culture are complemented by exciting computer and information technology, opened in 2002 and the recent $6 million renovation of the Memorial Gym has resulted in the Hansen Student Center, a facility designed to meet the social, recreational, and educational needs of IWU students. IWU’s attractive and well-maintained 73acre campus saw approximately $51 million in new construction in the 1990s, including the Shirk Center for Athletics and Recreation (1994), the Center for Natural Science Learning and Research (1995), the Center for Liberal Arts (1997) as well as a

RICHARD F. WILSON, PRESIDENT Richard F. Wilson became the 18th president at Illinois Wesleyan in July 2004. Since 1978 Wilson has served in a number of roles at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, most recently (since 1996) as Vice President of the U. of Illinois Foundation. He was responsible for all private fundraising on the Urbana campus, including leading campus efforts to achieve its $1 billion goal as part of the university’s comprehensive campaign. From 1986 to 1994, Wilson was Associate Chancellor, leading efforts to incorporate computing technologies into instruction and providing oversight of intercollegiate athletics. In 1994, he became Associate Chancellor for Development and Deputy Director of the University of Illinois Foundation. Since 1981 Wilson held an adjunct teaching position in the College of Education, most recently as Adjunct Professor of Higher Education. Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Alderson-Broaddus College (W.Va.), where he earned honors in both academics and athletics. Wilson pursued advanced degrees at the University of Michigan, earning both the master’s and doctoral degrees in higher education. Wilson and his wife, Pat, have two children — Adam, who lives in San Francisco, and Rachel, who lives in Springfield, Ill.


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PROBABLE BATTING ORDER 1 - Brett Moore, 2b (Sr., Bloomington, Ill. HS) 28 - Mike Morrissey, dh (Sr., Grayslake, Ill. Carmel HS) 27 - Casey McIntosh, 1b (Sr., Columbia, Mo., Hickman HS) 21 - Kevin Sullivan, rf (So., Highland Park, Ill. HS) 22 - Ryan Hopp, cf (Jr., Darein, Ill. Hunsdale South HS) 20 - Jeff Grodecki, 3b (Jr., Glenview, Ill. Glenbrook South HS) 2 - Zach Scott, ss (Fr., St. Charles, Ill. East HS) 11 - Mark McDermott, c (So., Tinley Park, Ill. Andrew HS) 30 - Kraig Ladd, lf (Sr., Shelbyville, Ill. HS)

IWU IN NCAA DIVISION III BASEBALL TOURNAMENT (15-15 in eight appearances)

1978 (3-2) Defeated St. Olaf, 3-2 Defeated Coe, 7-6 Lost to Cal State-Stanislaus, 6-0 Defeated Cal State-Stanislaus, 1412 (11 innings) Lost to Cal State-Stanislaus, 6-0 1989 (2-2) Defeated Aurora, 7-6 Defeated Otterbein, 7-5 Lost to Wooster, 12-10 Lost to Marietta, 13-1

PROBABLE PITCHERS 26 - Jason Pankau (Jr., Elmhurst, Ill. York HS) 32 - Brent Kulavic (Sr., Springfield, Ill. Pleasant Plains HS) 15 - Alex Tosi (Sr., Peoria, Ill. Dunlap HS) 25 - Paul Kabbes (Sr., Normal, Ill., Bloomington Central Catholic HS) 14 - Joe Froelich (So., River Forest, Ill. Oak ParkRiver Forest HS) 8 - Joe Sweeney (So., Chicago, Ill. Fenwick HS)

Head Coach - Dennis Martel (591-367-3 in 23rd season as of 5/24/10) Assistants - Tim Siegworth, Matt Willey, Mike Brown

2001 (4-3) Defeated Anderson, 4-2 Defeated Westminster, 10-3 Defeated Westminster, 10-3 Lost to Wartburg, 11-10 (10 innings) Defeated Wartburg, 7-6 (regional championship) Lost to St. Thomas, 7-0 Lost to Southern Maine, 12-2 2004 (0-2) Lost to Aurora, 14-7 Lost to Blackburn, 6-3 2005 (2-2) Defeated Edgewood, 3-2 Lost to Wartburg, 1-0 Defeated Ripon, 7-0 Lost to Wartburg, 11-5

2007 (0-2) Lost to Webster, 11-7 Lost to Augustana, 6-5 (11 innings) 2008 (0-2) Lost to Webster, 7-0 Lost to Linfield (Ore.), 5-4 2010 (4-0) Defeated Buena Vista, 2-1 Defeated Ripon, 14-8 Defeated Webster, 8-3 Defeated Buena Vista, 10-3 (regional championship)

Sports Information - Stew Salowitz Cell phone (during tournament) - (309) 826-7839 Office (prior to May 28) - (309) 556-3206


Illinois Wesleyan Head Coach Dennis Martel In 2010, Dennis Martel is in his 23rd season as baseball coach at Illinois Wesleyan and his teams have compiled an overall record of 571-347-3 (.616) with six College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin championships. In CCIW play only, Martel's teams have a record of 287-125 (.697). Prior to the 2009 season, Martel was No. 20 among active Division III coaches in career victories and, in 2008, Martel eclipsed the win total of Jack Horenberger to become the school's all-time coaching leader in wins. Horenberger had a record of 509401-5 in 37 seasons at the Titan reins. Eleven straight Wesleyan teams have won 24 or more games and were 24-16 in 2009 with a 14-7 mark in the CCIW. In 2008, the Titans were 33-11, won the CCIW championship with an 18-3 mark and played in the NCAA Division III regional. In 2007, Martel was co-winner of the league’s “Coach of the Year” honor as the Titans were 32-13, won the CCIW title with a record-setting 20-1 mark, and hosted the NCAA Division III regional. In 2006, the Titans were 28-14 and 14-7 in the CCIW. Martel's 2005 team was 34-13 overall, won the CCIW title and advanced to the NCAA Division III regional. In 2004, the Titans were 28-19, won the league title and played in the NCAA Division III regional. Martel's 2001 team advanced to the Division III College World Series and earned a seventh place finish. The Central Regional champions, the 2001 Titans set a school record with 37 wins and Martel was named the region's "Coach of the Year" by the American Baseball Coaches Association. Five straight teams (1994-98) won 24 or more games and the 1998 team won 31. Martel has coached two first team American Baseball Coaches Association All-Americans (2B Ricky Angel, 2007; OF James Rinne, 1997), five second team honorees (LHP Matt Aronson, 2007; OF Nick Chilczenkowski, 2006; LHP Cory Lapinski, 2005; RHP Steve Schilsky, 2001; and C Jay Ahrendt, 1996);

and one third teamer (2B Ryan Gilfillan, 2001). Six of Martel's players have signed pro baseball contracts - lefthanded pitcher Cory Lapinski (2005, Houston Astros), righthanded pitcher Drew Himes (2005, Houston Astros), righthanded pitcher Steve Schilsky (2002, Oakland A's), outfielder James Rinne (1998, Arizona Diamondbacks), catcher Jay Ahrendt (1996, Baltimore Orioles) and catcher Mike Brown (1991, Los Angeles Dodgers). An assistant professor of physical education, Martel also spent 21 seasons as IWU's full-time assistant basketball coach before becoming director of basketball operations in 2007. He is a 1984 graduate of the University of Maine with a degree in physical education and earned a master's degree in athletic administration from Illinois State in 1985. He was also the head basketball coach at Bangor (Maine) Community College for four seasons. He and his wife, Michelle, are the parents of three daughters - Sara (born October 1995), Jenna (April 1998), and Anna (May 2001). bio updated May 24, 2010

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN FACTS Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bloomington, Ill. Year Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1850 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,100 President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard F. Wilson Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Titans Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Green and White Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dennie Bridges National Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division III Conference . . . . . . . . .College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin Field Dimensions . . .320-355-380-365-310 (LF to RF) Baseball Phone . . . . .Dennis Martel, (309) 556-3335 Baseball Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .dmartel@iwu.edu


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Staff Matt Willey has been an assistant baseball coach on Dennis Martel's staff since 1997. A fullt-time teacher of physical education at Bloomington Junior High School, Willey has a bachelor's degree from North Dakota State University. He and his wife, Mary, are the parents of four children - Rebekah, Paul, Daniel and Adam. Tim Siegworth is a former pitcher for the Illinois Wesleyan teams of the mid 1970s. The lefthander had a 16-3 overall record from 1974-77 and a career earned run average of 2.85 in 142 innings and still ranks No. 5 among Titan career records. A full-time employee of the Normal Parks and Recreation Department, Tim is married to Mary Horgan-Siegworth. Also assisting with the Titan baseball program is the 1991 team’s “Most Valuable Player” Mike Brown. A catcher who played in the minor league system of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Brown batted .326 with 11 doubles, eight homers and 29 RBI in 1991 and had a .597 slugging percentage. In 1990 he clubbed 11 doubles and had 30 RBI. Ed Moore played basketball and baseball at Illinois Wesleyan and played in the minor league system of the Chicago Cubs. Moore has been a successful coach at the high school level in football, girls basketball and baseball. He teaches driver's education at Lincoln High School. Moore and his wife (Julie) are the parents of Mindy and Titan second baseman Brett. His primary responibilities with the team are pitching batting practice, doing the public address and driving the bus.

IWU COACHES’ RECORDS HEAD COACH YRS. Dennis Martel ** 23 (1988- ) Jack Horenberger 37 (1942-1981) Dennie Bridges 2 (1986-87) Tom Gramkow 4 (1982-85) ** - through May 24, 2010

W-L 591-367-3 509-401 39-38 61-71

PCT. .616 .559 .506 .462

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Dennie Bridges’ association with Illinois Wesleyan began when he enrolled as a student in 1957. Bridges retired in March 2001 after 36 seasons as basketball coach with a career record of 667-319, second most all-time among NCAA Division III coaches. His 1997 team was 29-2 and won the Division III championship, while his 1996 (28-3) and 2001 (24-7) teams each placed third nationally. His teams won 17 conference championships and qualified for the Division III playoffs 14 times in 18 seasons. Since Bridges became athletic director (1981), the Shirk Center, Fort Natatorium and Jack Horenberger Baseball Field have been built, as well as new facilities for soccer and softball. Bridges, who graduated in 1961 and began his IWU coaching career in 1964, earned letters in basketball, baseball and football and was all-conference in basketball and football as an IWU player. Bridges and his wife, Rita, have three grown children, all IWU graduates and former Titan athletes. Eldest son Steve was a four-year football letterman and was an Academic All-American.

Jack Horenberger Baseball Field, opened in 1999, is named for the longtime IWU coach and athletic director, who died at age 87 in 2000. A 1936 IWU grad, he was the school's baseball coach (from 194281), basketball coach (1945-65) and athletic director (1947-81). Horenberger was a star baseball shortstop and a standout basketball guard at IWU, serving as captain of the 1935-36 basketball team, the only undefeated (20-0) basketball team in school history. In his 37 years as baseball coach his teams had an overall mark of 509-401-5 (.559) and were 319-98-1 (.764) in CCIW play. His CCIW record was never below .500 and his teams won 16 titles. His 21year basketball coaching record was 264-212. Among his former players who have succeeded in professional baseball are Bobby Winkles (former Oakland and California manager); Doug Rader (former player and manager); catcher Cal Neeman, shortstop Lyle Luttrell, and pitcher Jack Pregenzer.


Illinois Wesleyan 2010 Baseball Roster Head Coach - Dennis Martel (591-367-3 in 23rd season as of May 24, 2010) Assistant Coaches - Tim Siegworth, Matt Willey, Mike Brown Bat Boy - Matt Adams NO.

NAME

POS.

YR.

HT.

WT.

B-T

HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL)

1 2

Brett Moore ** Zach Scott

2B OF

Sr. Fr.

5-7 6-1

160 165

R-R L-R

Bloomington, Ill. /Bloomington HS St. Charles, Ill. / St. Charles East HS

3 4

Tyler Sill Marc North

P OF/C

Fr. Jr.

6-2 5-11

165 170

L-L R-R

Elmhurst, Ill. /York HS Bloomington, Ill. /Central Catholic HS

5 6

Pat Hayn Tim Gordon

P 1B

So. So.

5-9 6-0

155 210

L-L R-R

Chicago, Ill. / St. Ignatius HS Bourbonnais, Ill. /Bradley-Bourbonnais

7 8

Anthony Lopez Joe Sweeney *

SS P

Fr. So.

6-1 6-1

185 190

R-R R-R

Bolingbrook, Ill. /Naperville Central HS Chicago, Ill. /Fenwick HS

10 11

Anthony Kopp Mark McDermott *

P-OF C

Fr. So.

5-9 5-10

180 185

R-R R-R

Highland Park, Ill. /Highland Park HS Tinley Park, Ill. /Andrew HS

12 13

Danny Walker Matt Caruso *

P P

Fr. Sr.

6-0 6-0

200 235

R-R L-L

Decatur, Ill. /St. Teresa HS Monee, Ill. /Marian Catholic HS

14 15

Joe Froelich * Alex Tosi ***

P P

Sr. Sr.

6-3 6-3

200 195

R-L River Forest, Ill./Oak Park River Forest HS R-R Peoria, Ill. / Dunlap HS

16 17

Eric McCullough Billy Dillon *

P OF

So. So.

6-9 6-2

215 170

R-R L-R

Normal, Ill. / University HS Downers Grove, Ill. / South HS

18 19

Chris Tapia Pat Forbringer

OF OF

So. Fr.

6-2 6-0

180 170

L-L R-R

Romeoville, Ill. / Romeoville HS St. Louis, Mo. / MICDS

20 21

Jeff Grodecki * Kevin Sullivan

3B OF

Jr. So.

6-0 6-3

185 195

R-R R-R

Glenview, Ill. / Glenbrook South HS Highland Park, Ill. / Highland Park HS

22 25

Ryan Hopp Paul Kabbes ***

OF P

Jr. Sr.

5-11 6-6

185 225

R-R R-R

Darien, Ill. / Hinsdale South Normal, Ill. / Central Catholic HS

26 27

Jason Pankau ** Casey McIntosh ***

P 1B/3B

Jr. Sr.

6-2 6-3

190 210

R-R R-R

Elmhurst, Ill. / York HS Columbia, Mo. / Hickman HS

28 29

Mike Morrissey *** E.J. Schiller

OF C/IF

Sr. So.

5-9 5-10

185 185

L-R R-R

Grayslake, Ill. / Carmel HS Normal, Ill. / University HS

30 31

Kraig Ladd *** Marty Roche ***

OF P

Sr. Sr.

6-5 6-0

205 190

L-L R-R

Shelbyville, Ill. / Shelbyville HS Alsip, Ill. / Brother Rice HS

32 33

Brent Kulavic * Nick Mehn

P P

Sr. Fr.

6-3 6-2

225 180

R-R L-L

Springfield, Ill / Pleasant Plains HS Peoria, Ill. / Limestone HS

1B

Fr.

6-2

265

L-R

Chicago, Ill. / Brother Rice HS

34 Kevin Callahan * - Indicates letters earned.

WEB SITE For up-to-date statistics, live stats of home games in progress and results from the 2010 Illinois Wesleyan baseball team in addition to player biographies, click on: http://www.iwusports.com


Illinois Wesleyan Notes HOT STREAK: Since falling to 14-17 overall on April 29, the Titans have gone 13-3 and have won seven straight games…In the last 16 games, Illinois Wesleyan is hitting .352 with a 3.83 team ERA while opponents are at .281 and 7.94. SEVEN-UP: During the seven-game winning streak, the Titans are hitting .387 and have a team earned run average of 3.29 while opponents are at .255 and 7.93…In each of the seven games during the late run, an IWU pitcher has gone seven innings. Six of those have been starting pitchers with three complete games. In one game when the starter only went two innings, reliever Joe Froelich pitched seven innings to get a regional win over Ripon. JASON PANKAU: Was named cowinner of “Pitcher of the Year” in the CCIW as he went 4-2 with 3.45 ERA against league opponents…In 10 of his 12 appearances this season he has gone at least seven innings…He need to record one out to become IWU’s leader for most innings pitched in a season…Also needs: two wins for most in season, two starts for most in season and three complete games for most in season…His 14 strikeouts vs. Benedictine (March 20) is tied for seventh most in an IWU game. The record is 20 by Bill Marsh vs. Illinois State in a 12inning game in 1948...Pankau’s career record is 15-3 with 151 strikeouts. The school mark for wins is 24 by Adam Palmer (1998-01) and for strikeouts, it is 235 by Brett Robinson (1984-87). BRENT KULAVIC: Missed entire 2009 season after having “Tommy John Surgery” in late summer 2008...Honorable mention D3baseball.com All-American and was chosen as the “Pitcher of the Year” in the CCIW in 2008…Also first team all-CCIW and first team all-Central Region and NCBWA Central Region “Pitcher of the Year”…Had an overall 6-1 record with 1.82 ERA.

KKK-KULAVIC AND PAN-KKK-AU: Brent Kulavic needs 36 strikeouts and Jason Pankau needs 37 strikouts to tie for most in a single IWU season. Kulavic has 81 and Pankau has 80 - the record is 117 by Cory Lapinski in 2005…In a career, Pankau has 151 Ks and Kulavic has 140. The career record is held by Brett Robinson with 235 from 1984-87. CASEY McINTOSH: Was a 2010 second team all-conference selection…Had a 23-game hitting streak this season, the second longest at IWU, behind only Mick Curran (28 games in 2005)...Has etched his name in the IWU baseball single season record book as he has most at bats, fourth in hits, seventh in doubles, third in RBI and total bases and sixth in home runs…In an IWU career he is third in hits and games played, second in home runs, RBI, total bases and games started, first in at bats and fifth in doubles…To continue his assault on the IWU record books, he needs to accomplish the following: SEASON RECORD NEEDS: 6 games for most in a season 19 runs scored for most in season 5 hits for most in season 4 doubles for most in season 6 home runs for most in season 13 RBI for most in season 18 total bases for most in season 2 sacrifice flies for most in season CAREER RECORD NEEDS: 4 games for most in career 2 games started for most in career 6 home runs for most in career 24 RBI for most in career 51 total bases for most in career 3 hit by pitch for most in career

BRETT MOORE: With Moore, last year’s “MVP”, in the lineup, the Titans are 18-11 overall and 13-5 since his return from a dislocated shoulder on April 6…He suffered a pulled hamstring early in the year causing him to miss games…Will have surgery on shoulder June 4…Tied for 17th with a career .424 on-base percentage…His father (Ed) pitched at IWU in mid-1970s (18-9, 2.95 ERA, 187 strikeouts in career) and was also a basketball teammate of Jack Sikma.


Illinois Wesleyan Notes MIKE MORRISSEY: The left-handed hitter needs two more walks to become the Titans’ season leader. he has 30 and the record is 31 (Ryan Gilfillan in 2001 and Mark Estock in 1995)...He also needs one more sacrifice to become the all-time season leader. He has 11 and is tied with Chad Rock (2001)...His 155 career hits is 18th best in an IWU uniform and he is ninth all-time with 70 career walks. KRAIG LADD, LEFTFIELD: After struggling for a good portion of the season, Ladd is another reason for the late IWU success. In the last 16 games, Ladd is hitting .390 with five doubles, two home runs and 17 RBI...That stretch has raised his average to .245 from .163…In IWU career records he is eighth in doubles, tied for 20th in home runs and games played, 12th in RBI, 15th in runs scored and 14th in hits. KRAIG LADD, QUARTERBACK: This is the second starting assignment in an NCAA event this year for the senior. He was the quarterback for the conference champion football team last fall that finished 102 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoff before losing to eventual national champion Wisconsin-Whitewater…He finished his career No. 2 at the school in completions, No. 3 in touchdown passes (58) and total offense and No. 4 in passing yards.

McDERMOTT’S HOT MAY: Sophomore catcher Mark McDermott was batting .265 after going 0-for-5 in a doubleheader vs. Elmhurst. Since that time he is hitting .431 and has raised his average to .331…He was the NCAA Division III Regional all-tournament “MVP” as he batted .571…He has been hitting .542 during the seven-game win streak...Needs seven more doubles for most in an IWU season. RYAN HOPP: An injury to Brett Moore proved to be the best thing that happened to Ryan Hopp this season - when Moore went down with a shoulder injury April 6, Zach Scott moved from centerfield to second base and Hopp was inserted in center. Prior to April 6, he had only 27 at bats and was hitting .222 when Moore returned, Scott moved to short and Hopp stayed in center because he has hit .378 since April 6 and raised his season mark to .348...Had five hits in NCAA regional game vs. Ripon, second most in an IWU single game.

After falling to 14-17 on April 29, the Titans are 13-3 and have won seven straight. A look at some of the batting averages, then, now, and along the way:

Team McIntosh Hopp McDermott Morrissey Grodecki Ladd

APRIL 29 .263 .347 .286 .269 .331 .225 .163

SINCE 4/29 .352 .375 .426 .431 .308 .419 .390

LAST SEVEN .387 .419 .464 .542 .304 .393 .385

CURRENT .295 .357 .348 .331 .324 .305 .245


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball 2010 Game Results for Illinois Wesleyan (as of May 23, 2010) (All games)

Date

Mar 06, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 14, 2010 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 18, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 27, 2010 Mar 27, 2010 Mar 30, 2010 Mar 30, 2010 * Apr 2, 2010 * Apr 2, 2010 * Apr 03, 2010 * Apr 06, 2010 * Apr 06, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 11, 2010 * Apr 14, 2010 * Apr 16, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 Apr 21, 2010 * Apr 23, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 Apr 26, 2010 Apr 29, 2010 * Apr 30, 2010 * May 01, 2010 * May 01, 2010 05/04/2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 09, 2010 May 14, 2010 May 15, 2010 May 15, 2010 May 16, 2010 May 16, 2010 05/19/10 05/21/10 05/22/10 05/23/10

Opponent

vs DePauw University-1 vs DePauw University-2 vs Marietta College at Rhodes College at Millsaps College at Millsaps College at Christian Brothers vs Benedictine U. at Washington U. CONCORDIA CHICAGO FRANKLIN COLLEGE at Benedictine U.-1 at Benedictine U.-2 at Millikin-1 at Millikin-2 MILLIKIN AUGUSTANA-1 AUGUSTANA-2 at #20 Carthage-1 at #20 Carthage-2 at #20 Carthage at Augustana at #24 Wheaton College WHEATON COLLEGE-1 WHEATON COLLEGE-2 MONMOUTH (ILL.) NORTH PARK NORTH PARK-1 NORTH PARK-2 ILLINOIS STATE CONCORDIA CHICAGO at Elmhurst ELMHURST-1 ELMHURST-2 at Rockford College at #20 North Central-1 at #20 North Central-2 #20 NORTH CENTRAL at North Central vs Carthage vs North Park vs Carthage vs Carthage vs Buena Vista vs Ripon vs Webster vs Buena Vista

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Score

Inns

Overall

CCIW

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

7 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 9 7 9 7 (10) 9 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 8 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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

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

Pitcher of record

Froelich (L 0-1) Kabbes (L 0-1) Tosi (L 0-1) Pankau (W 1-1) Kabbes (L 0-2) Tosi (L 0-2) Sweeney, J. (W) Pankau (W 2-0) Tosi (W) McCullough (L 0-1) Pankau (W 3-0) Tosi (L 1-3) Sullivan, K. (L 0-1) Pankau (W 4-0) Kulavic (W) Sweeney, J. (W 2-0) Tosi (W 2-3) Froelich (L 0-2) Pankau (W 5-0) Kulavic (L 0-1) Sweeney, J. (L 2-1) Kopp, A. (L 0-1) Kabbes (W 1-2) Pankau (W 6-0) Kulavic (L 0-2) Caruso, M. (W 1-0) Kabbes (L 1-3) Pankau (L 6-1) Tosi (W 3-3) Froelich (L 0-3) Sweeney, J. (L 2-2) Pankau (W 7-1) Kulavic (W 2-2) Tosi (W 4-3) Sweeney, J. (W 3-2) Pankau (L 7-2) Kulavic (W 3-2) Kabbes (L 1-4) Pankau (W 8-2) Froelich (L 0-4) Kulavic (W 4-2) Kabbes (W 2-4) Sweeney, J. (W 4-2) Pankau (W 9-2) Froelich (W 1-4) Kulavic (W 5-2) Kabbes (W 3-4)

Attend

Time

57 98 143 83 275 35 56 150 164 93 123 100 75 175 229 150 200 200 150 87 81 250 189 300 73 138 67 465 173 65 150 200 47 225 225 78 185 153 153 145 145 131 147 169 178

2:45 2:10 2:35 3:15 2:48 1:45 2:14 2:30 2:27 2:11 2:08 2:20 2:00 2:26 2:29 2:13 2:15 2:19 2:15 2:57 2:27 2:10 2:31 2:00 2:28 2:26 2:30 2:34 2:31 2:16 1:42 2:02 2:24 2:09 2:22 1:52 2:38 3:13 2:35 2:25 2:12 1:37 2:36 2:44 2:10


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball 2010 Overall Statistics for Illinois Wesleyan (as of May 23, 2010) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

Record: 27-20 Player

27 McIntosh, Casey 22 Hopp, Ryan 11 McDermott, Mark 28 Morrissey, Mike 20 Grodecki, Jeff 21 Sullivan, Kevin 1 Moore, Brett 34 Callahan, Kevin 2 Scott, Zach 7 Lopez, Anthony 30 Ladd, Kraig -------------------29 Schiller, E.J. 4 North, Marc 17 Dillon, Billy 10 Kopp, Anthony 19 Forbringer, Pat 18 Tapia, Chris 14 Froelich, Joe 15 Tosi, Alex

avg gp-gs 47-47 43-35 44-42 45-45 42-39 33-25 32-29 32-27 45-44 37-32 46-44

.357 .348 .331 .324 .305 .292 .289 .278 .264 .248 .245 .219 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

19-7 16-4 7-2 4-0 3-1 1-0 2-0 1-0

ab

r

196 138 151 170 151 106 114 90 163 109 163

45 36 29 39 26 25 28 13 26 18 30

32 10 24 6 6 2 4 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 1

Home: 8-8 h

Away: 11-8

2b 3b hr

70 16 48 6 50 13 55 5 46 12 31 6 33 7 25 3 43 3 27 1 40 8 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rbi

Neutral: 8-4

tb slg%

CCIW: 12-9

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

1 11 54 121 1 2 30 62 2 3 33 76 1 2 14 68 0 1 39 61 0 3 11 46 1 3 20 51 0 2 19 34 1 3 27 57 0 0 8 28 0 3 35 57

.617 .449 .503 .400 .404 .434 .447 .378 .350 .257 .350

11 18 7 30 12 10 15 20 15 12 17

9 5 6 3 3 5 5 0 3 6 1

21 19 12 22 20 24 17 30 33 21 23

6 2 3 2 1 1 2 0 1 3 1

.407 .438 .380 .433 .355 .377 .390 .402 .337 .352 .320

5 0 1 2 2 5 0 11 6 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 0 6 1 2 0 3

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

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.469 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

4 3 2 0 0 0 0 0

5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

6 5 2 1 1 1 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.390 .207 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2 10 15 0 6 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

po a 316 44 61 3 276 14 65 2 27 79 42 4 51 70 87 2 66 134 52 105 39 2

e 9 1 11 1 11 2 2 3 12 13 4

78 9 3 0 4 0 1 7

7 0 0 1 0 0 14 10

2 0 0 0 0 0 3 4

fld% .976 .985 .963 .985 .906 .958 .984 .967 .943 .924 .911 .977 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

.000 .833 .810

Totals

.295

47

1622

336

478

80

8 35

307

679

.419

176 52

258

23

.377 22 35

42-59

1202

542

80

.956

Opponents

.300

47

1624

269

488

71 11 25

238

656

.404

138 40

352

35

.367 14 24

65-75

1193

488

94

.947

LOB - Team (378), Opp (372). DPs turned - Team (55), Opp (28). CI - Team (3), McDermott, M 2, Schiller, EJ 1. IBB - Team (4), McIntosh 2, Sullivan, K. 1, Morrissey 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Ladd 3, Sullivan, K. 1, Hopp, R. 1, Scott, Z. 1, McIntosh 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

26 Pankau, Jason 25 Kabbes, Paul 8 Sweeney, Joe 32 Kulavic, Brent 15 Tosi, Alex 14 Froelich, Joe -------------------33 Mehn, Nick 31 Roche, Marty 10 Kopp, Anthony 16 McCullough, Eric 5 Hayn, Pat 21 Sullivan, Kevin 13 Caruso, Matt 12 Walker, Danny 3 Sill, Tyler

era

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

sv

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

2.67 4.18 5.06 5.23 5.36 7.93

9-2 3-4 4-2 5-2 4-3 1-4

12 11 13 6 13 5 12 11 16 7 14 5

5 1 1 2 1 0

0/1 0/0 0/0 0/1 1/0 0/1

0 0 1 0 0 1

87.2 86 56.0 65 37.1 48 75.2 103 50.1 55 42.0 64

ip

32 30 25 58 37 38

26 26 21 44 30 37

18 16 12 20 20 15

80 54 33 81 37 35

13 7 8 15 7 10

1 2 1 1 1 3

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

2 3 3 2 5 7

.254 .290 .310 .328 .275 .362

6 11 5 3 1 3 8 4 2 2 0 4

0 0 0 1 1 0

0 10 1 1 0 0 5 3 2 2 1 5

0.75 4.76 6.75 7.88 9.00 9.00 13.50 27.00 27.00

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0

9 6 3 8 10 5 2 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

12.0 5.2 2.2 8.0 12.0 7.0 2.0 1.1 1.0

6 7 7 9 15 13 3 5 2

1 3 2 12 14 7 3 4 3

1 3 2 7 12 7 3 4 3

6 6 1 9 9 1 2 2 1

11 6 3 2 5 3 1 1 0

1 1 2 3 2 1 1 0 0

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

.143 .292 .467 .273 .300 .433 .333 .625 .400

1 5 0 2 0 0 2 0 0

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

2 2 0 4 5 0 0 0 0

Totals

5.08

27-20

47 47

10

2/1

3

400.2

488

269

226

138

352

71

11

25

.300

32 40

4 14

24

Opponents

5.86

20-27

47 47

7

1/1

3

397.2

478

336

259

176

258

80

8

35

.295

31 52

4 22

35

PB - Team (9), McDermott, M 8, Schiller, EJ 1, Opp (13). Pickoffs - Team (3), Kabbes 2, Kulavic 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT McDermott, M (47-52), Schiller, EJ (18-20), Kulavic (13-17), Pankau (13-13), Kabbes (11-13), Froelich (10-12), Sweeney, J. (4-6), Hayn, P. (3-3), Tosi (3-3), Roche (2-2), Mehn, N. (2-2), McCullough (1-1), Caruso, M. (1-1), Sullivan, K. (1-1), Kopp, A. (1-1).


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball 2010 Games Summary for Illinois Wesleyan (as of May 23, 2010) (All games)

Score by innings Illinois Wesleyan Opponents

1 42 32

2 33 38

Record when ... Overall Conference Non-Conference Home games Away games Neutral site Day games Night games vs Left starter vs Right starter 1-Run games 2-Run games 5+Run games Extra innings Shutouts

3 37 31

4 44 29

5 40 34

27-20 12-9 15-11 8-8 11-8 8-4 24-16 3-4 5-3 22-17 2-5 1-2 15-6 0-3 2-1

Scoring 0-2 ....... 3-5 ....... 6-9 ....... 10+

runs runs runs runs

1-8 4-4 11-7 11-1

Opponent 0-2 ........ 3-5 ........ 6-9 ........ 10+

runs runs runs runs

9-0 13-6 5-7 0-7

Scored in 1st inning Opp. scored in 1st Scores first Opp. scores first

16-7 10-9 17-10 10-10

6 39 28

7 45 23

8 37 21

9 EX 19 0 29 4

Total 336 269

After 6 leading ....... trailing ....... tied After 7 leading ....... trailing ....... tied After 8 leading ....... trailing ....... tied

24-3 1-16 2-1 22-3 0-12 1-2 20-3 0-12 1-2

Hit 0 home runs ... 1 home run ... 2+ home runs

11-13 11-6 5-1

Opponent 0 home runs ........ 1 home run ........ 2+ HRs

18-10 8-6 1-4

Made 0 errors .... 1 error .... 2+ errors

11-2 5-5 11-13

Opp. made 0 errors ......... 1 error ......... 2+ errors

3-7 8-5 16-8

Out-hit opponent Out-hit by opponent Hits are tied

22-3 5-15 0-2

Record when team scores: Runs 0 1 2 3 W-L 0-1 0-4 1-3 1-1

4 0-3

5 3-0

6 4-4

7 2-1

8 1-2

9 4-0

10+ 11-1

Record when opponent scores: Runs 0 1 2 3 W-L 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0

4 5-4

5 3-2

6 1-1

7 2-2

8 2-3

9 0-1

10+ 0-7

Record when leading after: Inn. 1 2 3 4 W-L 12-3 16-4 18-3 20-4

5 23-3

6 24-3

7 22-3

8 20-3

Record when trailing after: Inn. 1 2 3 4 W-L 3-7 5-11 6-12 4-12

5 2-16

6 1-16

7 0-12

8 0-12

5 2-1

6 2-1

7 1-2

8 1-2

Record when tied after: Inn. 1 2 3 W-L 12-10 6-5 3-5

4 3-4

Current winning streak: 7 Longest winning streak: 7 Longest losing streak: 3 Home attendance : 2951 ( 16 dates avg = 184 ) Away attendance : 3824 ( 29 dates avg = 131 ) Total attendance: 6775 ( 45 dates avg = 150 )


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball 2010 Miscellaneous Stats for Illinois Wesleyan (as of May 23, 2010) (All games)

Multiple Hit Games 27 McIntosh, Casey 11 McDermott, Mark 28 Morrissey, Mike 20 Grodecki, Jeff 22 Hopp, Ryan 2 Scott, Zach 30 Ladd, Kraig 1 Moore, Brett 21 Sullivan, Kevin 7 Lopez, Anthony 34 Callahan, Kevin TEAM

2 13 13 9 12 8 11 7 7 7 8 5 100

3 3 3 7 3 3 2 1 2 1 25

4 5+ Total 3 19 1 17 16 15 1 12 1 12 1 10 1 9 9 8 6 7 1 133

Multiple RBI Games 27 McIntosh, Casey 20 Grodecki, Jeff 11 McDermott, Mark 30 Ladd, Kraig 1 Moore, Brett 2 Scott, Zach 22 Hopp, Ryan 34 Callahan, Kevin 29 Schiller, E.J. 21 Sullivan, Kevin 28 Morrissey, Mike 4 North, Marc TEAM

Hitting Streaks 27 McIntosh, Casey 22 Hopp, Ryan 20 Grodecki, Jeff 1 Moore, Brett 30 Ladd, Kraig 28 Morrissey, Mike 11 McDermott, Mark 7 Lopez, Anthony 2 Scott, Zach 21 Sullivan, Kevin 29 Schiller, E.J. 34 Callahan, Kevin 4 North, Marc

Longest Current

23 14 11 11 10 9 7 6 5 4 4 3 2

9 3 11 1 3 3 1 4 1 1

2 7 5 8 3 6 4 2 2 1 2 2 42

3 5 7 3 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 28

4 5+ Total 3 15 12 11 1 1 8 7 1 7 1 6 4 1 3 2 2 1 7 1 78


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 23, 2010) Individual Career History

Callahan, Kevin Year

2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.278 .278

32-27 32-27

90 90

13 13

25 25

3 3

0 0

2 2

19 19

20 20

30 30

1-2 1-2

Froelich, Joe Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

era

w-l

app

gs

6.17 2.15 7.93 4.64

1-1 5-3 1-4 7-8

6 11 14 31

1 8 5 14

cg sho

0 1 0 1

0/0 1/1 0/1 1/2

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

0 0 1 1

11.2 62.2 42.0 116.1

18 55 64 137

14 29 38 81

8 15 37 60

6 17 15 38

7 44 35 86

Grodecki, Jeff Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.250 .320 .305 .310

6-0 36-32 42-39 84-71

8 122 151 281

0 20 26 46

2 39 46 87

0 5 12 17

0 2 0 2

0 2 1 3

0 23 39 62

1 10 12 23

3 17 20 40

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

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most sacrifice flies: t-1st (6 in 2010)

Hopp, Ryan Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.600 .348 .357

10-1 43-35 53-36

5 138 143

2 36 38

3 48 51

0 6 6

0 1 1

1 2 3

3 30 33

2 18 20

0 19 19

1-1 9-9 10-10

Kabbes, Paul Year

2007 TOTAL Year

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.500 .500

1-0 1-0

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

0 0

0 0

1 1

1 1

1 1

0-0 0-0

era

w-l

app

gs

5.19 13.50 2.94 4.18 4.04

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

6 2 17 13 38

0 0 2 6 8

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most strikeouts/9 inn game: 7th (8.43)

cg sho

0 0 0 1 1

0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/2

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

0 0 2 0 2

8.2 2.0 33.2 56.0 100.1

7 5 30 65 107

6 5 13 30 54

5 3 11 26 45

6 3 14 16 39

6 0 34 54 94

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most appearances: t-7th (17 in 2009)


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 23, 2010) Individual Career History

Kulavic, Brent Year

2008 TOTAL Year

2008 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.000 .000

2-0 2-0

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 2

0-0 0-0

era

w-l

1.82 6-1 5.23 5-2 3.73 11-3

app

gs

cg sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

12 12 24

9 11 20

4 2/1 2 0/1 6 2/2

0 0 0

59.1 75.2 135.0

45 103 148

20 58 78

12 44 56

12 20 32

59 81 140

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most strikeouts/9 inn game: 4th (9.33)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most strikeouts: 4th (81 in 2010) Most games started: t-5th (11 in 2010) Most innings pitched: 7th (75.2 in 2010) Lowest earned run avg.: 8th (1.82 in 2008) Most strikeouts/9 inn game: 9th (9.63 in 2010)

Ladd, Kraig Year

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.250 10-6 .381 44-44 .340 40-39 .245 46-44 .320 140-133

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

24 176 162 163 525

6 39 41 30 116

6 67 55 40 168

3 19 10 8 40

0 0 0 0 0

1 1 9 3 14

5 42 38 35 120

4 16 12 17 49

8 27 15 23 73

0-0 3-6 10-10 7-9 20-25

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most games started: 8th (133) Most doubles: t-8th (40) Most intentional walks: t-8th (1)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most doubles: t-2nd (19 in 2008) Most hits: 6th (67 in 2008) Most at bats: t-9th (176 in 2008)

Lopez, Anthony Year

2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.248 .248

37-32 37-32

109 109

18 18

27 27

1 1

0 0

0 0

8 8

12 12

21 21

6-9 6-9

McDermott, Mark Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.263 .331 .317

19-11 44-42 63-53

38 151 189

9 29 38

10 50 60

2 13 15

0 2 2

1 3 4

8 33 41

3 7 10

4 12 16

1-1 1-2 2-3


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 23, 2010) Individual Career History

McIntosh, Casey Year

avg

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL Year

2007 2008 TOTAL

gp-gs

.284 45-45 .320 44-44 .306 39-39 .357 47-47 .318 175-175

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

176 153 160 196 685

24 28 23 45 120

50 49 49 70 218

7 13 11 16 47

0 1 0 1 2

7 6 6 11 30

40 34 37 54 165

8 7 7 11 33

29 19 17 21 86

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

era

w-l

app

gs

cg sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

17.18 0.00 11.12

0-0 0-0 0-0

2 1 3

1 0 1

0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0

0 0 0

3.2 2.0 5.2

8 1 9

7 0 7

7 0 7

3 0 3

0 1 1

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most at bats: 1st (685) Most games started: 2nd (175) Most runs batted in: 2nd (165) Most total bases: 2nd (359) Most times hit by pitch: 2nd (33) Most home runs: t-2nd (30) Most hits: 3rd (218) Most games played: t-3rd (175) Most intentional walks: t-3rd (3) Most doubles: 5th (47) Most times struck out: 6th (86)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most at bats: 1st (196 in 2010) Most times hit by pitch: t-2nd (11 in 2008) Most total bases: 3rd (121 in 2010) Most runs batted in: t-3rd (54 in 2010) Most sacrifice flies: t-3rd (5 in 2009) Most sacrifice flies: t-3rd (5 in 2010) Most sacrifice flies: t-3rd (5 in 2008) Most hits: 4th (70 in 2010) Most home runs: t-6th (11 in 2010) Most doubles: t-7th (16 in 2010) Most games played: t-8th (47 in 2010) Most times hit by pitch: 9th (9 in 2010) Most at bats: t-9th (176 in 2007) Most times hit by pitch: t-10th (8 in 2009)

Moore, Brett Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.292 .383 .289 .341

36-0 40-40 32-29 108-69

24 167 114 305

7 43 28 78

7 64 33 104

1 11 7 19

0 3 1 4

0 2 3 5

3 29 20 52

3 19 15 37

6 16 17 39

2-3 7-9 3-6 12-18

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most hits: t-8th (64 in 2009)

Morrissey, Mike Year

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most intentional walks: t-5th (2) Most walks: 9th (70) Most games started: t-9th (132)

avg

gp-gs

.294 15-9 .284 44-43 .394 37-35 .324 45-45 .330 141-132

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

34 134 132 170 470

6 32 30 39 107

10 38 52 55 155

1 9 7 5 22

0 0 0 1 1

0 5 2 2 9

5 31 23 14 73

5 21 14 30 70

7 16 13 22 58

0-0 1-2 3-4 4-5 8-11

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most sacrifice hits: t-1st (11 in 2010) Most walks: t-3rd (30 in 2010) Most sacrifice hits: t-4th (9 in 2009)


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 23, 2010) Individual Career History

Pankau, Jason Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

era

w-l

9.47 1-1 4.73 5-0 2.67 9-2 4.16 15-3

app

gs

10 11 12 33

2 9 11 22

cg sho

0 0 5 5

0/1 0/1 0/1 0/3

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most strikeouts/9 inn game: 5th (8.60) Most strikeouts: 8th (151)

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

1 0 0 1

19.0 51.1 87.2 158.0

20 52 86 158

26 32 32 90

20 27 26 73

10 10 18 38

14 57 80 151

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most innings pitched: t-1st (87.2 in 2010) Most wins: t-2nd (9 in 2010) Most strikeouts: 5th (80 in 2010) Most games started: t-5th (11 in 2010) Most strikeouts/9 inn game: 7th (9.99 in 2009)

Scott, Zach Year

2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.264 .264

45-44 45-44

163 163

26 26

43 43

3 3

1 1

3 3

27 27

15 15

33 33

3-8 3-8

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most times struck out: t-4th (33 in 2010)

Sullivan, Kevin Year

2009 2010 TOTAL Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

.000 .292 .279

4-0 33-25 37-25

5 106 111

1 25 26

0 31 31

0 6 6

0 0 0

0 3 3

0 11 11

1 10 11

3 24 27

0-0 4-4 4-4

era

w-l

app

gs

cg sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

5.62 9.00 7.20

0-1 0-1 0-2

5 5 10

0 1 1

0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0

0 1 1

8.0 7.0 15.0

12 13 25

8 7 15

5 7 12

7 1 8

7 3 10

ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most intentional walks: t-8th (1)

Sweeney, Joe Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

era

w-l

app

gs

cg sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

4.44 5.06 4.82

2-1 4-2 6-3

12 13 25

2 5 7

0 0/2 1 0/0 1 0/2

1 1 2

24.1 37.1 61.2

23 48 71

13 25 38

12 21 33

8 12 20

13 33 46


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 23, 2010) Individual Career History

Tosi, Alex Year

2007 2010 TOTAL Year

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most appearances: t-8th (46)

avg

1.000 .000 1.000 era

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb

so

sb-att

1-0 1-0 2-0

1 0 1

1 1 2

1 0 1

1 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

w-l

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SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most appearances: t-9th (16 in 2010)


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Through the Years YEAR 1922 1923 1924 1925 1927 1928 1932 1934 1941 1942 1943 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

OVERALL 5-5 10-0-1 6-5 9-5 9-5 5-3 20-3 9-5 7-1 5-3 3-10 14-8 10-6 17-8-1 14-5 10-12 9-13-1 13-6 8-14 12-12 10-11 16-9 13-6 21-6 18-8 14-10 12-6 16-10-1 18-11 7-16 12-13 16-11 14-11 13-9 23-9-1 15-15 11-19 10-13 14-11 16-15 14-17 16-12 12-13 22-8-1 14-11 16-13 16-14

CCIW (Place)

1982 1983 1984 1985

21-11 12-23 9-22 19-15-1

10-6 (3) 7-9 (6) 7-7 (4) 6-5 (3)

Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow Tom Gramkow

1986 1987

18-22 21-16

7-3 (2) 8-4 (4)

Dennie Bridges Dennie Bridges

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

21-15 25-20 21-17 17-23 20-18 18-16

9-3 (4) 8-4 (1) 8-4 (3) 6-4 9-3 (1 South) 6-7

4-2 (4) 7-1 (1) 6-2 (1) 6-2 (2) 5-3 (4) 6-2 (1) 4-2 (2) 10-2 (1) 4-6 (5) 11-1 (1) 7-1 (1) 13-1 (1) 11-1 (1) 11-1 (1) 7-1 (2) 12-2 (1) 13-1 (1) 6-4 (2) 9-3 (2) 9-3 (2) 9-1 (1) 10-3 (2) 14-2 (1) 12-4 (1) 8-8 (4) 7-5 (5) 11-5 (3) 11-3 (2) 11-5 (3) 11-4 (2) 10-2 (1) 13-2-1 (1) 12-4 (2) 9-5 (3) 10-4 (3)

COACH

Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger Jack Horenberger

Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

25-12 24-17 24-12 26-16 31-13 18-21 29-16-2 37-15-1 25-15 24-15 28-19 34-13 28-14 32-13 33-11 24-16 27-20

14-4 (1 South) 13-5 10-8 12-6 (1 South) 13-7 10-8 (1 South) 14-7 15-6 (1 South) 17-4 (1) 11-10 16-5 (1) 18-3 (1) 14-7 (3) 20-1 (1) 18-3 (1) 14-7 (2) 12-9 (4)

totals (76 yrs.)

1,284-882-10 651-366-1 (.589) (.636)

Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel Dennis Martel

2010 TOTALS ARE AS OF MAY 24, 2010 Three former Illinois Wesleyan baseball players were inducted into various Halls of Fame in 2006-07. Denny Matthews, a 1966 grad who will begin his 40th season behind the microphone in the Kansas City Royals radio booth this year, was the 2007 winner of the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting excellence and was honored at the National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies on July 29, 2007 in Cooperstown, N.Y., when Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. were inducted. Dave Kindred, a 1963 grad, was inducted on April 30, 2007 to the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame in Salisbury, N.C. Kindred has been a newspaper columnist for 37 years and is a multiple winner of the "National Sportswriter of the Year" award. Former Arizona State coach Bobby Winkles was among the first 10 people inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame in July 2006. Winkles, a 1952 IWU grad, was the NCAA “Coach of the Year” in 1965 and 1969 and The Sporting News ”Coach of the Year” in 1965, 1967 and 1969 when his team won national championships. Among the future major leaguers Winkles recruited and coached at ASU were Rick Monday, Sal Bando, and Reggie Jackson.


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Career Records

Highest batting avg. (min. 200 AB) 1. .446 - Rinne, James (183-410) - 1996-98 2. .391 - Stiglish, George (111-284) - 1997-98 3. .386 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron (211-547) - 1995-98 4. .382 - Angel, Ricky (260-680) - 2005-08 5. .378 - King, Steve (154-407) - 1981-84 6. .377 - Ahrendt, Jay (166-440) - 1993-96 7. .373 - Ralph, John (91-244) - 1987-88 8. .363 - Watson, Rich (140-386) - 1986-89 9. .359 - Shaw, James (134-373) - 1977-80 10. .359 - Swearingen, Kurt (139-387) - 1976-79

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

at bats 685 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 680 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 620 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 617 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 613 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 591 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 580 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 551 - Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 547 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 539 - Vogel, Kurt - 1988-91

Highest slugging pct. (min. 200 AB) 1. .815 - Rinne, James (410 AB) - 1996-98 2. .739 - Stiglish, George (284 AB) - 1997-98 3. .682 - Ahrendt, Jay (440 AB) - 1993-96 4. .634 - Williams, Bob (435 AB) - 1980-83 5. .619 - Shaw, James (373 AB) - 1977-80 6. .618 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron (547 AB) - 1995-98 7. .603 - Angel, Ricky (680 AB) - 2005-08 8. .582 - King, Steve (407 AB) - 1981-84 9. .582 - Lapinski, Cory (486 AB) - 2003-05 10. .581 - Hanes, Adam (551 AB) - 1996-99

Most 1. 2. 3.

runs scored 157 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 152 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 148 - Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 148 - Rinne, James - 1996-98 147 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 143 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2003-06 139 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 136 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 121 - King, Steve - 1981-84 121 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06

Highest on 1. .528 2. .480 3. .465 4. .457 5. .455 6. .452 7. .452 8. .449 9. .442 10. .440 -

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

hits 260 222 218 217 211 194 191 185 183 182 -

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

doubles 64 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 56 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 49 - Ahrendt, Jay - 1993-96 48 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 47 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 45 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 43 - Rinne, James - 1996-98 40 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 40 - Ladd, Kraig - 2007-10 40 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 40 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06 40 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98

Most 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

base pct. (min. 200 AB) Rinne, James (410 AB) - 1996-98 Ahrendt, Jay (440 AB) - 1993-96 Stiglish, George (284 AB) - 1997-98 Angel, Ricky (680 AB) - 2005-08 Koehlhoeffer, Aaron (547 AB) - 1995-98 Ralph, John (244 AB) - 1987-88 Chilczenkowski, Nick (493 AB) - 2004-06 Gilfillan, Ryan (613 AB) - 2000-03 Yoder, Ron (371 AB) - 1986-89 Saxe, Dave (218 AB) - 1992-93

games played 179 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 178 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 175 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 175 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 174 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 167 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 167 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 160 - Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 159 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 156 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2003-06 156 - Smith, Cody - 1996-99 games started 177 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 175 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 171 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 165 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 163 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 137 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2003-06 136 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06 133 - Ladd, Kraig - 2007-10 132 - Morrissey, Mike - 2007-10 132 - Lapinski, Cory - 2003-05

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 Curran, Mick - 2002-05 McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 Howard, Joe - 2003-06 McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 Rinne, James - 1996-98 Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03

Most triples 1. 12 - Rinne, James - 1996-98 2. 10 - Sorensen, Chris - 1992-95 10 - King, Steve - 1981-84 4. 9 - Shaw, James - 1977-80 9 - Bridges, Steve - 1983-86 6. 8 - Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 8 - Vogel, Kurt - 1988-91 8. 7 - Yoder, Ron - 1986-89 7 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 7 - Murphy, Bill - 1996-98 7 - Busch, Pat - 1975-78 7 - Shemoney, Gary - 1966-68


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Career Records

Most home runs 1. 36 - Williams, Bob - 1980-83 2. 30 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 30 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 4. 28 - Rinne, James - 1996-98 5. 27 - Stiglish, George - 1997-98 27 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 7. 26 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 8. 25 - Lapinski, Cory - 2003-05 25 - Ahrendt, Jay - 1993-96 25 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

runs batted in 189 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 165 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 149 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 143 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 143 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 142 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 137 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 134 - Williams, Bob - 1980-83 133 - Rinne, James - 1996-98 129 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06

Most times struck out 1. 109 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 2. 94 - Sands, Scott - 1985-88 94 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06 4. 93 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 5. 92 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 6. 86 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 7. 85 - Lapinski, Cory - 2003-05 8. 83 - Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 83 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2003-06 10. 79 - Rinne, James - 1996-98

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

total bases 410 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 359 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 355 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 338 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1995-98 334 - Rinne, James - 1996-98 329 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 320 - Hanes, Adam - 1996-99 303 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 300 - Ahrendt, Jay - 1993-96 292 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

walks 94 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 91 - Sands, Scott - 1985-88 89 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2003-06 82 - Ahrendt, Jay - 1993-96 77 - Clift, Jeff - 1997-00 74 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 71 - Wilkening, Rich - 1988-91 71 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 9. 70 - Morrissey, Mike - 2007-10 10. 68 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06

times hit by pitch 36 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 33 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 23 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 22 - Lapinski, Cory - 2003-05 19 - Bidzinski, Josh - 2004-07 18 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06 18 - Kren, Nate - 1999-01 8. 16 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 9. 15 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 15 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06

stolen bases 55 - Cinquegrani, Pat (55-62) - 2003-06 54 - Hunt, Jeremy (54-64) - 2000-03 53 - Pfautsch, Eric (53-53) - 1969-71 47 - Kyes, Kevin (47-47) - 1972-75 37 - Hannion, Jerry (37-51) - 1992-95 35 - Sorensen, Chris (35-42) - 1992-95 34 - Elliott, Tye (34-34) - 1985-86 31 - Mulberry, Andy (31-39) - 1990-93 27 - Smith, Jerry (27-27) - 1974-77 27 - Gilfillan, Ryan (27-36) - 2000-03

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lowest earned run avg. (min. 100 IP) 1. 2.48 - Schilsky, Steve (127.0 IP) - 2000-02 2. 2.58 - Fehland, Matt (136.0 IP) - 1998-00,02 3. 2.74 - Dobosz, Dave (147.2 IP) - 2003-06 4. 2.85 - McNeely, Mike (195.2 IP) - 1982-85 5. 2.85 - Siegworth, Tim (142.0 IP) - 1974-77 6. 2.90 - Aronson, Matt (189.1 IP) - 2006-09 7. 2.95 - Moore, Edmund T. (198.0 IP) - 1975-78 8. 3.12 - Ward, Josh (144.1 IP) - 1998-01 9. 3.14 - Kenyon, Jim (166.1 IP) - 1971-74 10. 3.14 - Petreman, Dave (131.2 IP) - 1967-70

Most 1. 2. 3.

Lowest opponent batting avg. (min. 100 IP) 1. .195 - Schilsky, Steve (127.0 IP) - 2000-02 2. .209 - Duncan, Bill (107.1 IP) - 1967-70 3. .211 - Brook, Steve (224.0 IP) - 2000-03 4. .216 - Moore, Edmund T. (198.0 IP) - 1975-78 5. .219 - Kenyon, Jim (166.1 IP) - 1971-74 6. .227 - Siegworth, Tim (142.0 IP) - 1974-77 7. .232 - Petreman, Dave (131.2 IP) - 1967-70 8. .234 - McNeely, Mike (195.2 IP) - 1982-85 9. .235 - Moore, Rick (169.0 IP) - 1978-80 10. .236 - Zier, Erik (180.0 IP) - 2000-03

intentional walks 10 - Angel, Ricky - 2005-08 4 - Curran, Mick - 2002-05 3 - McCabe, Brian - 2003-06 3 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007-10 5. 2 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000-03 2 - Howard, Joe - 2003-06 2 - Morrissey, Mike - 2007-10 8. 1 - Berthold, Rich - 2001-04 1 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004-06 1 - Ladd, Kraig - 2007-10 1 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000-03 1 - Sullivan, Kevin - 2009-10


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Career Records

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

strikeouts/9 inn game (min. 100 IP) 11.76 - Schilsky, Steve (127.0 IP) - 2000-02 9.46 - Fehland, Matt (136.0 IP) - 1998-00,02 9.41 - Robinson, Brett (224.2 IP) - 1984-87 9.33 - Kulavic, Brent (135.0 IP) - 2008,10 8.60 - Pankau, Jason (158.0 IP) - 2008-10 8.50 - Moore, Edmund T. (198.0 IP) - 1975-78 8.43 - Kabbes, Paul (100.1 IP) - 2007-10 8.14 - Gibson, John (140.1 IP) - 1969-72 8.03 - Balcaitis, Rick (133.1 IP) - 1994-97 7.99 - Aronson, Matt (189.1 IP) - 2006-09

Most 1. 2. 3. 4.

wins 24 - Palmer, Adam (24-15) - 1998-01 21 - Knuffman, Nathan (21-5) - 1995-98 20 - Kodyra, Tim (20-15) - 1988-91 18 - Brook, Steve (18-11) - 2000-03 18 - Feely, John (18-5) - 1992-95 18 - DuBois, Brandon (18-6) - 2003-06 18 - Moore, Edmund T. (18-9) - 1975-78 18 - Aronson, Matt (18-1) - 2006-09 18 - Robinson, Brett (18-16) - 1984-87 10. 17 - McNeely, Mike (17-10) - 1982-85 17 - Zier, Erik (17-6) - 2000-03

Most losses 1. 16 - Robinson, Brett (18-16) - 1984-87 2. 15 - Kodyra, Tim (20-15) - 1988-91 15 - Palmer, Adam (24-15) - 1998-01 4. 13 - Correll, Zach (13-13) - 1993-96 13 - Mulberry, Mike (12-13) - 1981-84 13 - Beidar, Bruce (8-13) - 1988-91 13 - Lazarski, John (15-13) - 1980-83 8. 11 - Mercer, Ky (6-11) - 1975-78 11 - Pettinger, Roger (8-11) - 1971-74 11 - Brook, Steve (18-11) - 2000-03 11 - Peck, Dave (12-11) - 1968-71 11 - Kenyon, Jim (9-11) - 1971-74 11 - Pasley, John (10-11) - 1995,97-99 Most 1. 2. 3.

saves 14 - Oyler, Mike - 1992-95 11 - Wantiez, John - 2004-06 9 - Seifert, Chris - 1987-89 9 - Myers, Travis - 2004-07 5. 8 - Schiller, Scott - 2000-03 6. 6 - McCreary, Sean - 2007-08 6 - Ward, Josh - 1998-01 8. 4 - Heinz, Nick - 2002-04 4 - Berry, Mike - 2005-07 4 - Page, Geoff - 2007-09

Most 1. 2. 3. 4.

appearances 55 - Myers, Travis - 2004-07 54 - Oyler, Mike - 1992-95 51 - Palmer, Adam - 1998-01 50 - Schiller, Scott - 2000-03 50 - Brook, Steve - 2000-03 6. 47 - Beidar, Bruce - 1988-91 47 - DuBois, Brandon - 2003-06 8. 46 - Tosi, Alex - 2007-10 46 - Inzinga, Robert - 2004-07 46 - Dobosz, Dave - 2003-06

Most 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 10.

games started 41 - Palmer, Adam - 1998-01 32 - DuBois, Brandon - 2003-06 30 - Feely, John - 1992-95 30 - Zier, Erik - 2000-03 29 - Brook, Steve - 2000-03 29 - Kalinowski, Mark - 1991-94 28 - Aronson, Matt - 2006-09 27 - Knuffman, Nathan - 1995-98 27 - Inzinga, Robert - 2004-07 26 - Correll, Zach - 1993-96 26 - Burke, Jeff - 1993-96

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

innings pitched 290.0 - Palmer, Adam - 1998-01 245.0 - Kodyra, Tim - 1988-91 224.2 - Robinson, Brett - 1984-87 224.0 - Brook, Steve - 2000-03 201.2 - DuBois, Brandon - 2003-06 198.0 - Moore, Edmund T. - 1975-78 195.2 - McNeely, Mike - 1982-85 189.2 - Knuffman, Nathan - 1995-98 189.1 - Aronson, Matt - 2006-09 187.2 - Correll, Zach - 1993-96

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

strikeouts 235 - Robinson, Brett - 1984-87 212 - Palmer, Adam - 1998-01 189 - Brook, Steve - 2000-03 187 - Moore, Edmund T. - 1975-78 168 - Knuffman, Nathan - 1995-98 168 - Aronson, Matt - 2006-09 166 - Schilsky, Steve - 2000-02 151 - Pankau, Jason - 2008-10 149 - Kodyra, Tim - 1988-91 147 - McNeely, Mike - 1982-85 147 - Zier, Erik - 2000-03

7. 8. 9. 10.


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Season Records

Highest batting avg. (min. 75 AB) 1. .466 - Ahrendt, Jay (48-103) - 1996 2. .463 - Rinne, James (68-147) - 1997 3. .452 - Angel, Ricky (75-166) - 2007 4. .448 - Ralph, John (52-116) - 1988 5. .447 - Rinne, James (63-141) - 1998 6. .427 - Stiglish, George (56-131) - 1998 7. .426 - Rinne, James (52-122) - 1996 8. .424 - Busch, Pat (36-85) - 1977 9. .423 - Chilczenkowski, Nick (66-156) - 2006 10. .413 - Sprague, Mike (33-80) - 1974

Most 1. 2. 3. 4.

Highest slugging pct. (min. 75 AB) 1. .946 - Rinne, James (147 AB) - 1997 2. .816 - Ahrendt, Jay (103 AB) - 1996 3. .807 - Williams, Bob (119 AB) - 1982 4. .786 - Stiglish, George (131 AB) - 1998 5. .771 - Angel, Ricky (166 AB) - 2007 6. .766 - Rinne, James (141 AB) - 1998 7. .741 - Busch, Pat (85 AB) - 1977 8. .738 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron (149 AB) - 1997 9. .724 - Swearingen, Kurt (87 AB) - 1979 10. .722 - Graff, Hal (90 AB) - 1969

Most 1. 2. 3.

Highest on 1. .556 2. .543 3. .535 4. .522 5. .519 6. .515 7. .507 8. .505 9. .500 10. .497 -

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

base pct. (min. 75 AB) Ahrendt, Jay (103 AB) - 1996 Rinne, James (147 AB) - 1997 Rinne, James (141 AB) - 1998 Ralph, John (116 AB) - 1988 Stiglish, George (131 AB) - 1998 Angel, Ricky (166 AB) - 2007 Ahrendt, Jay (113 AB) - 1994 Chilczenkowski, Nick (156 AB) - 2006 Rinne, James (122 AB) - 1996 Koehlhoeffer, Aaron (149 AB) - 1997

Most games played 1. 53 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2001 53 - Merritt, Tony - 2001 3. 51 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2001 4. 50 - Rock, Chad - 2001 5. 49 - Omar, Haneef - 2001 6. 48 - Cripe, Justin - 2001 48 - Morris, Kevin - 2001 8. 47 - Howard, Joe - 2005 47 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2004 47 - McCabe, Brian - 2004 47 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2005 47 - Angel, Ricky - 2005 47 - Lapinski, Cory - 2005 47 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000 47 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000 47 - McCabe, Brian - 2005 47 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 47 - Omar, Haneef - 2000

at bats 196 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 184 - Lapinski, Cory - 2004 180 - Berry, Mike - 2007 179 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2001 179 - McCabe, Brian - 2005 6. 178 - McInerney, Tim - 2008 178 - Angel, Ricky - 2005 8. 177 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2005 9. 176 - Ladd, Kraig - 2008 176 - McIntosh, Casey - 2007 runs scored 64 - Rinne, James - 1997 58 - McInerney, Tim - 2008 49 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2006 49 - Lapinski, Cory - 2004 49 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1998 49 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2006 7. 48 - Berry, Mike - 2007 8. 47 - Hunt, Jeremy - 2000 47 - Hanes, Adam - 1998 47 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1997 hits 75 - Angel, Ricky - 2007 73 - Lapinski, Cory - 2004 71 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2001 70 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 68 - Rinne, James - 1997 67 - Ladd, Kraig - 2008 66 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2006 64 - McInerney, Tim - 2008 64 - Curran, Mick - 2004 64 - Moore, Brett - 2009 64 - Angel, Ricky - 2005 64 - Curran, Mick - 2005

Most doubles 1. 20 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2001 2. 19 - Rinne, James - 1998 19 - Angel, Ricky - 2007 19 - Ladd, Kraig - 2008 5. 18 - McInerney, Tim - 2008 18 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2002 7. 16 - Ahrendt, Jay - 1996 16 - Rinne, James - 1997 16 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 16 - Murphy, Bill - 1997 Most 1. 2. 3.

triples 7 - Rinne, James - 1998 6 - Bridges, Steve - 1986 4 - Shaw, James - 1977 4 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2000 4 - Shemoney, Gary - 1967 4 - Sorensen, Chris - 1994 4 - Murphy, Bill - 1997 4 - Lapinski, Cory - 2004 4 - Krogh, Ron - 1969 4 - King, Steve - 1984 4 - Vogel, Kurt - 1989 4 - Busch, Pat - 1977


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Season Records

Most 1. 2. 3. 4.

home runs 17 - Rinne, James - 1997 15 - Stiglish, George - 1997 14 - Williams, Bob - 1982 12 - Lapinski, Cory - 2005 12 - Stiglish, George - 1998 6. 11 - McCabe, Brian - 2004 11 - Curran, Mick - 2005 11 - Williams, Bob - 1981 11 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 11 - Angel, Ricky - 2008

Most 1. 2. 3. 4.

Most 1. 2. 3.

Most sacrifice flies 1. 6 - Grodecki, Jeff - 2010 6 - Curran, Mick - 2004 3. 5 - Dobosz, Dave - 2004 5 - McIntosh, Casey - 2008 5 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 5 - Ahrendt, Jay - 1995 5 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2005 5 - McIntosh, Casey - 2009 5 - Anderson, Bill - 1989 10. 4 - Curran, Mick - 2003 4 - McCabe, Brian - 2004 4 - Howard, Joe - 2003 4 - Cunningham, Mike - 2008

runs batted in 67 - Angel, Ricky - 2008 57 - Rinne, James - 1997 54 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 54 - McCabe, Brian - 2004 54 - Angel, Ricky - 2007 6. 49 - Stiglish, George - 1997 49 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2006 49 - Stiglish, George - 1998 9. 48 - Hanes, Adam - 1998 10. 47 - Williams, Bob - 1982

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

total bases 139 - Rinne, James - 1997 128 - Angel, Ricky - 2007 121 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 119 - Lapinski, Cory - 2004 116 - Curran, Mick - 2005 110 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2001 110 - Koehlhoeffer, Aaron - 1997 8. 108 - Rinne, James - 1998 9. 107 - Stiglish, George - 1997 107 - Angel, Ricky - 2008

Most walks 1. 31 - Gilfillan, Ryan - 2001 31 - Estock, Mark - 1995 3. 30 - Clift, Jeff - 1998 30 - Clift, Jeff - 2000 30 - Sands, Scott - 1988 30 - Morrissey, Mike - 2010 7. 29 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2006 29 - Metz, Brian - 1987 29 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2004 29 - Nelson, Chuck - 2004 Most times hit by pitch 1. 12 - Kren, Nate - 1999 2. 11 - Angel, Ricky - 2008 11 - McIntosh, Casey - 2008 4. 10 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2005 10 - Lapinski, Cory - 2005 10 - Angel, Ricky - 2005 10 - Bidzinski, Josh - 2007 10 - McCabe, Brian - 2005 9. 9 - McIntosh, Casey - 2010 10. 8 - McIntosh, Casey - 2009 8 - Angel, Ricky - 2006 8 - Brandt, Andy - 2001 8 - Nelson, Chuck - 2004 8 - McInerney, Tim - 2008 8 - Cripe, Justin - 2002

times struck out 46 - Chilczenkowski, Nick - 2005 38 - Lapinski, Cory - 2005 35 - McCabe, Brian - 2004 33 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2005 33 - Howard, Joe - 2005 33 - Scott, Zach - 2010 7. 32 - Garvey, Pat - 2008 8. 31 - Dobosz, Dave - 2004 31 - Rinne, James - 1997 31 - Marzec, Tim - 2009

Most sacrifice hits 1. 11 - Rock, Chad - 2001 11 - Morrissey, Mike - 2010 3. 10 - Bidzinski, Josh - 2006 4. 9 - Morrissey, Mike - 2009 9 - Nazha, David - 1999 6. 8 - Feely, Tom - 1996 8 - Fikis, Richie - 1996 8 - Murphy, Bill - 1996 8 - Rittenberry, Nate - 2007 8 - Hanes, Adam - 1996 8 - Cinquegrani, Pat - 2004 8 - Sorensen, Chris - 1994 Most 1. 2. 3. 4.

stolen bases 32 - Pfautsch, Eric (32-32) - 1970 25 - Cinquegrani, Pat (25-28) - 2006 24 - Kyes, Kevin (24-24) - 1974 18 - Hunt, Jeremy (18-22) - 2001 18 - Elliott, Tye (18-18) - 1985 6. 17 - Hunt, Jeremy (17-18) - 2002 17 - Cinquegrani, Pat (17-19) - 2005 17 - Pfautsch, Eric (17-17) - 1971 9. 16 - Elliott, Tye (16-16) - 1986 10. 14 - Hunt, Jeremy (14-15) - 2000

Lowest earned run avg. (min. 40 IP) 1. 0.85 - Aronson, Matt (74.0 IP) - 2007 2. 1.36 - Dobosz, Dave (72.2 IP) - 2006 3. 1.64 - Robinson, Brett (76.2 IP) - 1986 4. 1.70 - Palmer, Adam (79.1 IP) - 2000 5. 1.74 - Brook, Steve (67.1 IP) - 2003 6. 1.79 - Kenyon, Jim (40.1 IP) - 1972 7. 1.82 - Schilsky, Steve (74.1 IP) - 2001 8. 1.82 - Kulavic, Brent (59.1 IP) - 2008 9. 1.91 - Lapinski, Cory (66.0 IP) - 2005 10. 1.94 - Moore, Edmund T. (51.0 IP) - 1976


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Season Records

Lowest opponent batting avg. (min. 40 IP) 1. .140 - Lapinski, Cory (66.0 IP) - 2005 2. .185 - Brook, Steve (57.1 IP) - 2000 3. .187 - Vukovich, Jeff (45.0 IP) - 1978 4. .188 - Duncan, Bill (51.2 IP) - 1969 5. .193 - Kenyon, Jim (46.0 IP) - 1973 6. .193 - Kenyon, Jim (40.1 IP) - 1972 7. .196 - Aronson, Matt (74.0 IP) - 2007 8. .198 - Siegworth, Tim (44.2 IP) - 1975 9. .203 - Schilsky, Steve (74.1 IP) - 2001 10. .203 - Brook, Steve (67.1 IP) - 2003 Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

strikeouts/9 inn game (min. 40 IP) 15.95 - Lapinski, Cory (66.0 IP) - 2005 12.96 - Schilsky, Steve (74.1 IP) - 2001 11.44 - Fehland, Matt (56.2 IP) - 1999 10.45 - Robinson, Brett (76.2 IP) - 1986 10.29 - Kalinowski, Mark (46.1 IP) - 1993 9.99 - Robinson, Brett (60.1 IP) - 1987 9.99 - Pankau, Jason (51.1 IP) - 2009 9.64 - Bromann, Dean (42.0 IP) - 1979 9.63 - Kulavic, Brent (75.2 IP) - 2010 9.48 - Fehland, Matt (50.1 IP) - 1998

Most wins 1. 11 - Knuffman, Nathan (11-1) - 1998 2. 9 - Dobosz, Dave (9-1) - 2006 9 - Palmer, Adam (9-2) - 2000 9 - Pankau, Jason (9-2) - 2010 5. 8 - Schilsky, Steve (8-3) - 2001 8 - Lapinski, Cory (8-1) - 2005 8 - Palmer, Adam (8-4) - 2001 8 - Aronson, Matt (8-0) - 2007 8 - Himes, Drew (8-1) - 2005 8 - Balcaitis, Rick (8-3) - 1997 8 - Zier, Erik (8-2) - 2002 Most losses 1. 7 - Robinson, Brett (4-7) - 1987 7 - Mulberry, Mike (1-7) - 1984 3. 6 - McNeely, Mike (2-6) - 1983 6 - Kodyra, Tim (4-6) - 1990 6 - Burke, Jeff (5-6) - 1995 6. 5 - Jensen, Bob (5-5) - 1967 5 - Gibson, John (1-5) - 1971 5 - Beidar, Bruce (2-5) - 1991 5 - Heggen, Rich (1-5) - 1979 5 - Palmer, Adam (3-5) - 1999 5 - Kodyra, Tim (6-5) - 1991 5 - Correll, Zach (0-5) - 1993 5 - Moore, Edmund T. (3-5) - 1975 5 - Onysio, Kevin (4-5) - 1988 5 - Beidar, Bruce (5-5) - 1989 Most saves 1. 8 - Wantiez, John - 2006 2. 7 - Seifert, Chris - 1989 7 - Myers, Travis - 2007 4. 4 - Oyler, Mike - 1995 4 - McCreary, Sean - 2008 4 - Berry, Mike - 2005 4 - Schiller, Scott - 2001 4 - Oyler, Mike - 1993 4 - Schiller, Scott - 2002 10. 3 - Ward, Josh - 2001

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Heinz, Nick - 2004 Wantiez, John - 2005 Oyler, Mike - 1994 Oyler, Mike - 1992 Pasley, John - 1997 Knuffman, Nathan - 1997

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

appearances 24 - Myers, Travis - 2007 23 - Seifert, Chris - 1989 20 - Heinz, Nick - 2004 19 - Wantiez, John - 2006 18 - Beidar, Bruce - 1989 18 - McCreary, Sean - 2008 7. 17 - Trotter, Jason - 2004 17 - Kabbes, Paul - 2009 9. 16 - Tosi, Alex - 2010 16 - Oyler, Mike - 1993 16 - Wantiez, John - 2005 16 - Ward, Josh - 2001

Most games started 1. 13 - Palmer, Adam - 2001 2. 12 - DuBois, Brandon - 2005 12 - Aronson, Matt - 2007 12 - Balcaitis, Rick - 1997 5. 11 - Pankau, Jason - 2010 11 - Palmer, Adam - 2000 11 - Foster, Jesse - 2007 11 - Knuffman, Nathan - 1998 11 - Kodyra, Tim - 1991 11 - DuBois, Brandon - 2006 11 - Kulavic, Brent - 2010 11 - Himes, Drew - 2005 Most complete games 1. 8 - Palmer, Adam - 2000 8 - Kodyra, Tim - 1991 3. 7 - Kodyra, Tim - 1990 7 - Palmer, Adam - 2001 7 - Dobosz, Dave - 2006 6. 6 - Knuffman, Nathan - 1998 6 - Jensen, Bob - 1966 6 - Brook, Steve - 2000 6 - Balcaitis, Rick - 1997 6 - Palmer, Adam - 1999 Most innings pitched 1. 87.2 - Pankau, Jason - 2010 87.2 - Palmer, Adam - 2001 3. 82.0 - Balcaitis, Rick - 1997 4. 80.0 - Aronson, Matt - 2008 5. 79.1 - Palmer, Adam - 2000 6. 76.2 - Robinson, Brett - 1986 7. 75.2 - Kulavic, Brent - 2010 8. 75.0 - Himes, Drew - 2005 75.0 - DuBois, Brandon - 2005 10. 74.1 - Schilsky, Steve - 2001


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) Individual Season Records

Most 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

strikeouts 117 - Lapinski, Cory - 2005 107 - Schilsky, Steve - 2001 89 - Robinson, Brett - 1986 81 - Kulavic, Brent - 2010 80 - Pankau, Jason - 2010 72 - Fehland, Matt - 1999 70 - Aronson, Matt - 2007 70 - Balcaitis, Rick - 1997 9. 69 - Aronson, Matt - 2008 10. 67 - Robinson, Brett - 1987


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

Most at bats (Min. 7) 1. 7 - Marzec, Tim; at DePauw University; 3/6/2009 7 - McIntosh, Casey; at DePauw University; 3/8/2009 7 - Moore, Brett; at DePauw University; 3/8/2009 Most runs scored (Min. 3) 1. 4 - Berry, Mike; Elmhurst; 5/10/2007 4 - Bidzinski, Josh; Millikin; 4/12/2006 4 - Chilczenkowski, Nick; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2004 4 - Chilczenkowski, Nick; at Millsaps College; 3/19/2006 4 - Cunningham, Mike; at Wheaton College; 4/18/2008 4 - Gilfillan, Ryan; at Millikin University; 4/2/2002 4 - Howard, Joe; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2004 4 - Kaufman, Chris; at Carthage; 4/23/2002 4 - Lapinski, Cory; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2004 4 - Marzec, Tim; Wheaton; 4/19/2008 4 - Marzec, Tim; at DePauw University; 3/6/2009 4 - McIntosh, Casey; at Carthage; 4/10/2010 4 - McIntosh, Casey; at North Central; 5/14/2010 4 - Murray, Bob; Lambuth; 1981 4 - Murray, Bob; Wheaton; 1982 4 - Rittenberry, Nate; at Elmhurst College; 5/5/2007 Most hits (Min. 5) 1. 6 - Cummings, Rob; at Monmouth College; 4/18/2006 2. 5 - Bohn, Harry; Xavier; 1966 5 - Chilczenkowski, Nick; vs Manchester; 3/11/2006 5 - Cummings, Rob; at Augustana; 4/23/2006 5 - Gilfillan, Ryan; at North Park; 4/14/2002 5 - Hopp, Ryan; vs Ripon; 5/21/2010 5 - Ladd, Kraig; Carthage; 5/10/2008 5 - Logan, John; Lambuth; 1982 5 - Murray, Bob; Lambuth; 1981 5 - Murray, Bob; Wheaton; 1982 5 - Pfautsch, Eric; Loyola, N.O.; 1970 5 - Stiglish, George; at Rockford; 1997 5 - Vogel, Kurt; Millikin; 1989 5 - Yoder, Ron; DePauw; 1987 Most runs batted in (Min. 4) 1. 8 - Logan, John; Wheaton; 1980 8 - McNeely, Mike; Millikin; 1985 8 - Stiglish, George; Gustavus Adolphus; 1998 4. 7 - Angel, Ricky; at Monmouth College; 4/15/2008 7 - Angel, Ricky; Wheaton; 4/19/2008 7 - McIntosh, Casey; Wabash; 3/28/2007 7 - Rinne, James; Elmhurst; 1997 7 - Williams, Bob; Freed-Hardman; 1981 7 - Williams, Bob; Illinois State; 1982 10. 6 - Angel, Ricky; at Monmouth College; 4/18/2006 6 - Berry, Mike; Millikin; 4/12/2006 6 - Chilczenkowski, Nick; vs Westminster (Mo.); 3/12/2005 6 - Cummings, Rob; at Monmouth College; 4/18/2006 6 - Howard, Joe; at Monmouth College; 4/18/2006 6 - Rittenberry, Nate; at Christian Brothers; 3/22/2007

Most doubles (Min. 3) 1. 3 - Angel, Ricky; at Wheaton College; 4/18/2008 3 - Angel, Ricky; at Mississippi College; 3/19/2007 3 - Curran, Mick; at Mississippi College; 3/15/2005 3 - McInerney, Tim; at Millikin University; 4/9/2008 Most triples (Min. 2) 1. 2 - Howard, Joe; vs Milwaukee Engineerin; 3/20/2005 2 - Lapinski, Cory; North Park; 4/25/2004 3. 1 - (several times) Most home runs (Min. 2) 1. 3 - Rinne, James; Elmhurst; 1997 3 - Stiglish, George; Gustavus Adolphus; 1998 3. 2 - Angel, Ricky; at North Park Univ; 4/15/2007 2 - Angel, Ricky; at Monmouth College; 4/15/2008 2 - Angel, Ricky; at Monmouth College; 4/18/2006 2 - Angel, Ricky; Carthage; 4/21/2007 2 - Curran, Mick; at Elmhurst College; 4/13/2003 2 - Gilfillan, Ryan; at Millikin University; 4/2/2002 2 - Howard, Joe; at Monmouth College; 4/18/2006 2 - Howard, Joe; Monmouth; 3/30/2005 2 - Lapinski, Cory; Millikin; 4/5/2005 2 - McIntosh, Casey; North Central; 4/10/2007 2 - McIntosh, Casey; Monmouth (Ill.); 4/21/2010 2 - Morrissey, Mike; at North Central; 5/8/2010 Most walks (Min. 4) 1. 4 - Cinquegrani, Pat; Benedictine; 4/27/2004 4 - Lopez, Anthony; at Christian Brothers; 3/18/2010 4 - Mazzone, Mike; vs Augustana College; 5/10/2002 Most sacrifice flies (Min. 2) 1. 2 - Curran, Mick; Augustana; 4/3/2004 2 - Grodecki, Jeff; at North Central; 5/14/2010 2 - McIntosh, Casey; Millikin; 4/1/2009 2 - McIntosh, Casey; at Rhodes College; 3/14/2010 5. 1 - (several times) Most stolen bases (Min. 3) 1. 4 - Pfautsch, Eric; Millikin; 1970 2. 3 - Cinquegrani, Pat; Elmhurst; 5/6/2006 3 - Lapinski, Cory; at Illinois State; 5/3/2005 3 - Mazzone, Mike; at Wheaton College; 4/2/2003 Most innings pitched (Min. 10) 1. 14.0 - Kenyon, Jim; Elmhurst; 1974 2. 12.0 - Marsh, Bill; Illinois State; 1948 12.0 - Moore, Rick; Elmhurst; 1979 4. 11.1 - Pettinger, Roger; Southeast Louisiana; 4/9/1974 5. 11.0 - Davidson, Don; Carroll; 1966 6. 9.0 - Aronson, Matt; at North Central; 4/5/2008 9.0 - Aronson, Matt; at Washington U.; 3/22/2008 9.0 - Aronson, Matt; at Augustana; 5/9/2008 9.0 - Brook, Steve; at Millikin University; 4/2/2002 9.0 - Brook, Steve; at North Central; 4/6/2003 9.0 - Brook, Steve; Carthage; 4/18/2003 9.0 - Brook, Steve; North Park; 4/26/2003 9.0 - Brook, Steve; Elmhurst; 4/29/2002 9.0 - Brook, Steve; Augustana; 5/2/2003 9.0 - Dobosz, Dave; Augustana; 4/22/2006 9.0 - Dobosz, Dave; vs Augustana (Ill.); 5/13/2006 9.0 - DuBois, Brandon; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2005 9.0 - Foster, Jesse; Carthage; 4/20/2007


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Records (May 25, 2010) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

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Froelich, Joe; at Wartburg; 3/13/2009 Himes, Drew; at North Park; 5/7/2005 Himes, Drew; North Central; 5/13/2005 Kabbes, Paul; vs Carthage; 5/16/2010 Kulavic, Brent; Elmhurst; 5/1/2010 Lapinski, Cory; Wartburg; 5/20/2005 Pankau, Jason; vs Buena Vista; 5/19/2010 Pankau, Jason; Wheaton College; 4/17/2010 Pankau, Jason; North Park; 4/24/2010 Pasulka, Ben; at North Central; 4/6/2002 Pasulka, Ben; Elmhurst; 4/28/2002 Pasulka, Ben; vs Auburn Montgomery; Mar 18 2002 Sweeney, Joe; vs Carthage; 5/16/2010 Tosi, Alex; at Washington U.; 3/20/2010

Most hits allowed (Min. 10) 1. 16 - Kulavic, Brent; at Carthage; 4/10/2010 2. 14 - DuBois, Brandon; at Elmhurst College; 5/4/2004 14 - Himes, Drew; at Elmhurst College; 4/30/2005 14 - Pankau, Jason; Carthage; 5/8/2009 14 - Pasulka, Ben; at Carthage; 4/20/2002 6. 13 - Aronson, Matt; at Augustana; 5/17/2007 13 - DuBois, Brandon; at North Central (Ill.); 4/8/2006 13 - Foster, Jesse; at Augustana; 4/28/2007 13 - Page, Geoff; at Millsaps College; 3/18/2008 10. 12 - Aronson, Matt; at Wheaton College; 4/18/2008 12 - DuBois, Brandon; Carthage; 4/24/2005 12 - DuBois, Brandon; Elmhurst; 5/6/2006 12 - Foster, Jesse; Wheaton; 4/19/2008 12 - Foster, Jesse; Carthage; 5/11/2007 12 - Kabbes, Paul; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2010 12 - Kabbes, Paul; North Park; 4/23/2010 12 - Kulavic, Brent; vs North Park; 5/15/2010 12 - Tosi, Alex; vs Wheaton; 5/7/2009 Most runs allowed (Min. 8) 1. 12 - Kulavic, Brent; at Carthage; 4/10/2010 2. 11 - Page, Geoff; at Millsaps College; 3/18/2008 3. 10 - Aronson, Matt; at Wheaton College; 4/18/2008 10 - Pankau, Jason; Carthage; 5/8/2009 10 - Tosi, Alex; at Millsaps College; 3/18/2008 6. 9 - Himes, Drew; vs Concordia (Ill.); 3/19/2005 9 - Lapinski, Cory; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2005 8. 8 - DuBois, Brandon; at MILLSAPS; 3/19/2003 8 - DuBois, Brandon; at Elmhurst College; 5/4/2004 8 - Foster, Jesse; at Millsaps College; 3/20/2007 8 - Foster, Jesse; Carthage; 5/11/2007 8 - Froelich, Joe; vs Adrian; 3/15/2008 8 - Tosi, Alex; at Augustana; 4/14/2010 8 - Tosi, Alex; vs Marietta College; 3/13/2010 Most walks allowed (Min. 5) 1. 6 - Lapinski, Cory; Augustana; 4/3/2005 6 - Lapinski, Cory; at Elmhurst College; 4/30/2005 6 - Zier, Erik; vs UW-Oshkosh; 3/16/2002 4. 5 - Aronson, Matt; at Wheaton College; 4/5/2006 5 - Caruso, Matt; Washington U.; 4/17/2008 5 - Inzinga, Robert; Benedictine; 4/27/2004 5 - Koper, Russ; at Millsaps; 3/16/2005 5 - Lapinski, Cory; at Wheaton College; 4/16/2005 5 - Lapinski, Cory; Carthage; 4/24/2005 5 - Pankau, Jason; at Monmouth College; 4/15/2008 5 - Tosi, Alex; Augustana; 4/6/2010 5 - Zier, Erik; at Millikin University; 4/1/2003 5 - Zier, Erik; at North Central; 4/6/2002

5 - Zier, Erik; Carthage; 4/18/2003 5 - Zier, Erik; vs North Central; 5/10/2002 Most strikeouts (Min. 9) 1. 20 - Marsh, Bill; Illinois State; 1948 2. 19 - Lapinski, Cory; Augustana; 4/3/2005 3. 18 - Lapinski, Cory; Wartburg; 5/20/2005 4. 17 - Bruck, Ralph; Elmhurst; 1954 5. 16 - Schilsky, Steve; North Park; 2001 6. 15 - Schilsky, Steve; Elmhurst; 2001 7. 14 - Brook, Steve; at Millikin University; 4/2/2002 14 - Fehland, Matt; North Park; 1998 14 - Himes, Drew; Wheaton; 4/15/2005 14 - Lapinski, Cory; Carthage; 5/13/2005 14 - Pankau, Jason; vs Benedictine U.; 3/20/2010 14 - Schilsky, Steve; North Central; 2001 Most home runs allowed (Min. 3) 1. 4 - Tosi, Alex; at Millsaps College; 3/18/2008 2. 3 - Froelich, Joe; at Millsaps College; 3/17/2010 3 - Page, Geoff; Concordia (Chicago); 4/22/2008 3 - Pankau, Jason; Carthage; 5/8/2009


Illinois Wesleyan Baseball Honors (since 1982) MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Bob Williams Bob Williams Steve King Mike McNeely Brett Robinson Brian Metz Bill Anderson John Ralph Bill Anderson Rich Watson None Mike Brown Mark Gunther Jay Ahrendt Mark Kalinowski Jerry Hannion John Feely Jerry Hannion Jay Ahrendt James Rinne Aaron Koehlhoeffer Adam Hanes Matt Fehland Jeff Clift Ryan Gilfillan Ryan Gilfillan Steve Brook Mick Curran Cory Lapinskii Mick Curran; Jason Shearn; Cory Lapinski (shown below) Nick Chilczenkowski Dave Dobosz Ricky Angel Ricky Angel Tim McInerney Brett Moore

MOST VALUABLE PITCHER 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Nathan Knuffman Matt Fehland Adam Palmer Steve Schilsky Erik Zier/Ben Pasulka Steve Brook Rob Blumberg Cory Lapinski Dave Dobosz Matt Aronson Brent Kulavic None

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Zac Correll Mark Estock Rich Fikis; Nathan Knuffman Bill Murphy Jeff Clift Tom Jambrosek Ben Pasulka; Tony Merritt Steve Schilsky Chris Kaufman; Rob Blumberg Chuck Nelson; Jason Shearn Nick Chilczenkowski Brandon DuBois; John Wantiez; Robert Inzinga Nate Rittenberry Bob Huppert Tim Marzec Mike Morrissey

BEST DEFENSIVE 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Ken Parchem; Chris Sorensen Jay Ahrendt Jay Ahrendt Rich Fikis Jeff Clift Haneef Omar Chad Rock Chad Rock Jeremy Hunt None Mick Curran; Cory Lapinski Jason Shearn None Josh Bidzinski Mike Cunningham Brett Moore

TOP NEWCOMER 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

J.J. Wilczewski Aaron Koehlhoeffer James Rinne George Stiglish Matt Fehland Nate Kren Ryan Gilfillan Kevin Morris Mick Curran

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Cory Lapinski Travis Myers; Robert Inzinga Ricky Angel (shown above) Rob Cummings Mike Cunningham Casey McIntosh Brent Kulavic; Pat Garvey Joe Sweeney

TITAN AWARD 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mark Estock Bill Murphy Brad Busing Dvid Nazha Tony Merritt Tony Merritt Kent Devine Kent Devine Philip Brown None Josh Bidzinski Brandon DuBois; P. McWilliams; Billy Spieth Tanner Springer; Patrick McWilliams Patrick McWilliams Bob Huppert None

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