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#17 Jeffrey WORKS

#21 Tony MORALES

#4 Freddy PRINCE

#1 Adam WAYNICK #28 Bo THOMAS

2014 Recruiting Guide

#8 Tyler ERICKSON


University of the Ozarks


Table of Contents General Information 1 Table of Contents Coaching Staff 2 Head Coach Jimmy Clark 2 Assistant Coach Robert Mummey 2014 Baseball Preview 3 Preview 4 Roster 4 Team Picture 2014 Player Profiles 5-13 Player Profiles

2013 Final Statistics and Results 14 Final Statistics and Results Program History 15-16 Career Leaders 17 Program Records 18 Coaching Records 18 All-Time Series Records 19 Honors & Awards American Southwest Conference 20 ASC History & Current Members

Location Clarksville, Arkansas (7,719) Founded 1834 Enrollment 585 Nickname Eagles School Colors Purple & Gold Field Lonnie R. Qualls Field National Affiliation NCAA III Conference American Southwest President Richard Dunsworth, JD Athletics Director Jimmy Clark Web Site www.uofoathletics.edu Team Information 2013 Overall Record 17-23 2013 Conference Record 4-14 (7th) Home/Away/Neutral 12-10/2-12/3-1 Returning Starters/Lost 6/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost 17/10 All-Time Record (since 1994) 295-434 (.404) First Season of NCAA III Baseball 1997 NCAA III Record 238-357 (.400) ASC Tournament Appearances 2007, 2008, 2009 Highest National Ranking #14 (2008) Coaching Staff Head Coach Jimmy Clark Alma Mater, Yr. Central Arkansas, ‘91 Record at School 204-279/.422 (12 seasons) Office Phone 479-979-1484 E-mail jclark@ozarks.edu Assistant Coach Robert Mummey (56th season) Alma Mater, Yr. Ozarks, ‘08 Office Phone 479-979-1409 E-mail rmummey@ozarks.edu Assistant Coach David Ross (3rd season) Student Assistant Coach Matt Piker (2nd season) Student Assistant Coach K.C. Crook (1st season) Sports Information Office Sports Information Director Josh Peppas Email jpeppas@ozarks.edu Director of Social Media Emily Black Director of Video Technology Ryan West

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Coaching Staff Jimmy Clark Head Coach Jimmy Clark enters his thirteenth year as head baseball coach and eighth year as the Athletic Director at the University of the Ozarks. Clark has led the program to the playoffs three times and a national ranking during his tenure. His teams have rewritten the school record books over the last 12 seasons. Prior to his arrival, the program had won just 11 games the previous two seasons. In his first year, Clark matched that win total and won five more conference games than the previous season. From there, the veteran coach has built the program into a playoff contender in each of the subsequent seasons. In 2005, Clark was recognized as the American Southwest Conference East Division Coach of the Year after leading the Eagles to their first winning record in nearly a decade. Two years later, Clark had his club in the playoffs, the first time in over ten years the program qualified for post-season play. Clark followed that season with even better results. The 2008 team went 32-11, the best record in school history, and made its second straight playoff appearance. The team showcased some of the most dynamic players in school history, including three All-Americans. Clark’s 2008 team received national recognition, too, earning the program’s first top-25 ranking from D3baseball. com. Ozarks was ranked as high as #14 in the poll and remained in the top-25 for most of the year. The 2009 team made its third consecutive trip to the playoffs under Clark. Clark has had eight players on the prestigious Academic All-America team during his tenure and numerous others on the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Team. He has had 64 All-Conference performers and another 67 have been on the conference All-Academic Team. Under Clark’s tutelage, two pitchers have played professionally. A former baseball standout at the University of Central Arkansas, he coached at Heber Springs High School (Ark.) where he won three conference titles and earned Conference Coach of the Year twice. A native of Conway, Ark., he earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the

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University of Central Arkansas and his master’s degree in secondary education from University of Arkansas-Little Rock. He is an active member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. He and his wife, Kelli, have two sons, Dax and Cole.

Robert Mummey Assistant Coach Robert Mummey is in his sixth season as the assistant coach. Mummey started his career at Ozarks as a standout player and was later hired as the top assistant following graduation. He earned All-Conference honors in 2008 and was an integral part of the Eagles record-setting season that year. Behind Mummey’s offensive prowess, the Eagles were ranked as high as #14 in the nation and qualified for the post-season. He was among the team’s top hitters as the starting first baseman, ranking third in homers (12) and fourth in RBI (46). The Flower Mound, Texas, native played two seasons at Cedar Valley College (Texas) where he helped the team to a third-place conference finish his sophomore campaign. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Ozarks. He and his wife, Tiffany, were married in 2009 and are the parents of one son, Brantly.


2014 Outlook The Eagles return six starters and a veteran pitching staff to turn the tables from a disappointing end to the 2013 campaign. In 2013, Ozarks picked up a number of impressive wins in the first half of the season starting out 7-2 before dropping several close conference games in the second half of the season. In the end, the Eagles were the top hitting team in terms of batting average in the entire American Southwest Conference. The Eagles led the league with a .300 average and outfielder Freddy Prince won the batting title, yet Ozarks finished last in the East Division. “We didn’t win very many games down the stretch,” said head coach Jimmy Clark. “We lost a lot of one and two run games. There was a lack of execution on bunt offense and bunt defense. We are hoping we can fix that this year. We had a tough time scoring runs. We simply didn’t have a lot of margin for error.” Even though the Eagles return the conference’s top hitter from a year ago and three others that hit above. 300, Clark believes his club must improve the timeliness of those hits. “Batting average is probably the most decisive statistic out there,” said Clark. “The amount of runs you score is more important. We got all of our hits with no one on base or with two outs. We simply didn’t get the hits when guys were in scoring position. Two out hits with runners in scoring position are difficult to get. The teams that get those are the ones that win. The first half of the season we did that, but in the second half we didn’t.” Clark and his coaching staff have been focusing on how to drive in more runs this season. “We’ve worked really hard to put ourselves in position to score runs,” said Clark. “We are working on getting reads and stealing bases. We need to run the bases better, too. But at the end of the day, we’ve got to have guys drive in runs.” Clark’s top returning player is Prince, a senior outfielder and right-handed relief pitcher. Prince was an All-Region and All-Conference player in 2013 after hitting .406 with 11 doubles and 22 RBI. Prince pounded out 63 hits and owned a .973 fielding percentage. Prince excelled in the 2013 Texas Summer Collegiate League, garnering Hitter of the Night once. Junior Sam Shook is another All-Conference player returning for the Eagles. Shook received national recognition after being selected to the prestigious Academic All-American Team in 2013. Shook, who hits left-handed, owned a .333 average and drove in 23 runs. Shook hammered

Freddy Prince out two home runs and recorded a team-high 12 doubles. Junior Taylor Parker was named All-Conference after hitting .314 with 43 total bases and 33 hits. Senior Tony Morales is another proven player who owns a career batting average above .300. “We have some guys that can hit again,” said Clark. “I like our club offensively. I think if we can get a little more balance, we can have a good year. We need some guys that are productive hitters and drive guys in.” The 2013 pitching staff posted the best earned run average in Clark’s twelve seasons owning a 4.68 ERA. The group revolves around a pair of veteran right-handed throwers. Seniors Jeffrey Works and Tyler Erickson have been three-year starters and will again be counted upon to provide Ozarks with consistency on the mound. Works tossed 65.0 innings, struck out 35 and owned a 3.18 ERA. Erickson went 4-4 on the mound in 68.0 innings of work posting a 4.50 ERA. Each started in 11 games. Prince will likely be the closer. “Jeffrey and Tyler have gotten better every year,” said Clark. “Our pitching staff will be good enough that we don’t have to score a tremendous amount. Pitching is where it starts and I really think we have talent. This is a seasoned club.” Ozarks finished 17-23 overall and 4-14 in the American Southwest Conference a year ago. For the 2014 season, there will not be an East and West Division. Instead, the divisions have been combined and the top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

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2014 Roster No. Name 1 Adam Waynick 2 Brandon Brewer 3 Ricky Gallardo 4 Freddy Prince 5 Taylor Parker 6 Grady Finley 7 Danny Gable 8 Tyler Erickson 9 Sam Shook 10 Quinton Ray 11 Peyton Johnigan 12 Alex Smith 13 Oscar Dominguez 14 John Singler 15 Andrew Beck 17 Jeffrey Works 18 Joseph Scott 19 Alex Rodriguez 20 Keaton Ramsey 21 Tony Morales 22 Luke Vera 24 Andres Acosta 26 Mason Walkingstick 27 Josh Davis 28 Bo Thomas 31 Caleb Hemphill 32 Dean Igert 33 Aaron Perry 34 Nathan Cedor 35 Jonathan Ellis 36 Evan Castleberry 38 Quinten Parker

Position RHP OF OF OF/RHP INF RHP RHP RHP C INF UT OF RHP 1B/RHP INF/RHP RHP C/RHP RHP RHP/INF 1B INF/RHP DH INF/RHP C RHP C/OF OF INF RHP C INF OF

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Ht. 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-2 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-7 6-1 5-10

Wt. 140 175 155 175 160 215 165 205 170 140 155 155 150 205 180 160 185 230 165 230 135 225 175 175 245 170 145 160 185 155 180 185

Class/Exp. B-T Sr.-2L R-R Jr.-3L R-R So.-1L R-R Sr.-3L R-R Jr.-2L R-R So.-1L R-R So.-1L R-R Sr.-3L R-R Jr.-2L L-R Fr.-HS R-R Jr.2L R-R Fr.-HS R-R Jr.-1L R-R Jr.-2L R-R Fr.-HS R-R Sr.-3L R-R Fr.-HS R-R Jr.-2L R-R Fr.-HS R-R Sr.-3L L-R Fr.-HS R-R So. R-R Fr.-HS R-R Fr.-HS R-R Sr.-3L R-R So.-1L R-R So.-1L R-R Fr.-Tr R-R Jr.-2L R-R Fr.-HS R-R Fr.-HS R-R Fr.-TR R-R

Hometown (Previous School) Fort Smith, Ark. (Southside HS) Greenwood, Ark. (Greenwood HS) Pasadena, Texas (Pasadena Memorial HS) Jonesboro, Ark. (Westside HS) Hot Springs, Ark. (Hot Springs Lakeside HS) Sheridan, Ark. (Sheridan HS) Conroe, Texas (Magnolia HS) Cabot, Ark. (Cabot HS) Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch HS) Van Buren, Ark. (Van Buren HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Keller Central HS) Springdale, Ark. (Springdale HS) Longview, Texas (Longview HS) Muskogee, Okla. (Muskogee HS) Conway, Ark. (St Joseph HS) Fordyce, Ark. (Fordyce HS) North Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview HS) San Antonio, Texas (Taft HS) Sheridan, Ark. (Sheridan HS) Fayetteville, Ark. (Farmington HS) Bentonville, Ark. (Bentonville HS) Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) Claremore, Okla. (Pryor HS) Bryant, Ark. (Arkansas Baptist) Mountain Home, Ark. (Mountain Home HS) Van, Texas (Van HS) Fort Gibson, Okla. (Fort Gibson HS) Longview, Texas (Longview HS/Texas Wesleyan) Gretna, La. (Jesuit HS) Plainview, Ark. (Two Rivers HS) Bryant, Ark. (Arkansas Baptist) Gravette, Ark. (Gravette HS/Rogers State)


2014 Player Profiles #8 Tyler Erickson

#21 Tony Morales

Sr. - RHP - 6-0, 195 - R/R Cabot, Ark. Cabot HS JUNIOR (2013) Posted a 4-4 record in 11 starts. Led the team with 68.0 innings and 43 strikeouts. Tossed 2 complete games. Tossed a three-hit shutout against Huntingdon, Hardin-Simmons and Central Baptist. In 7.0 innings against Hardin-Simmons fanned 9 and issued just 1 walk. Had back-to-back 7-strikeout games against conference opponents. Did not allow a walk against LeTourneau.Owned a 4-1 record after seven appearances. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. SOPHOMORE (2012) Led team in complete games (8), strikeouts (34) and wins (5). Finished second on the team in innings pitched (62.1) and ERA (4.48). Tied for the team-lead in starts (10). Posted a 5-5 record. His 8 complete games tied him for the ASClead in that category while placing him tenth in NCAA III. Named ASC Pitcher of the Week in February after tossing a complete game with 8 strikeouts to earn the win against Westminster College. Gave up only one run in that game. Allowed only 1 earned run in three consecutive starts during three-week stretch. Issued just 1 walk in 6.0 innings against Centenary and Texas-Tyler. Posted four games with just 1 walk. Scattered 3 hits with 4 strikeouts over 6.0 innings of work against Texas-Dallas March 12. Tossed a three-hitter against Texas-Tyler March 31. Went 7.0 innings against Mary Hardin-Baylor March 3 to move his record to 3-1. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2011) Led team in innings pitched (62.0), and tied for the teamlead in wins (2), complete games (1) and games started (9). Finished second in strikeouts with 33. Owned a 6.68 ERA in 12 appearances. Tossed a complete game against East Texas Baptist to earn the win April 21. Fanned 5 against Simpson College February 18. Did not allow a run in collegiate debut against Hendrix January 30. CABOT HS Named First Team All-Conference his junior and senior campaign. Compiled a 3-2 record with a 2.74 ERA in 23.0 innings of work his senior season. At the plate, hit .342, drove in 22 and collected 5 doubles. Hit .383 with 8 doubles and 4 home runs as a junior. On the mound, tossed 59.0 innings, struck out 44 and went 5-4. Member of the All-State Tournament Team his junior year.

Sr. - 1B - 6-1, 230 - L/R Fayetteville, Ark. Farmington HS

JUNIOR (2013) Hit over .300 for the third straight season (.317) and drove in 16 runs. Accumulated 45 hits, fifthmost on the team. Owned a .987 fielding percentage and had 294 putouts. Had 14 multiple-hit games, including 11 two-hit outings. Went 6-for-11 in three-game series against Texas-Dallas. Had 2 hits and drove in 2 runs against Sul Ross State and Louisiana College. SOPHOMORE (2012) Hit .304 in 38 starts. His batting average ranked sixth on the team. Finished tied for second on the team in doubles (8). Drew 18 walks, second-most on the team. Recorded 42 hits, placing him second on the team. Tied for second on the team in RBI (24). Had 10 multiple-hit games and tied for the team-lead with 7 multiple-RBI games. Owned a ten-game hit streak during season. Had eight two-hit games. Hit safely in 30 games. Went 3-for-5 with a double and 3 RBI against Schreiner February 25. Came back next game and went 2-for-5 with 3 RBI against Hendrix February 28. Went 4-for-10 with 4 RBI in a three-game series against Mississippi College. Collected 6 hits and drove in 5 runs in three-game series against Schreiner. Drew 2 walks in three different games and had 3 walks against Mississippi College April 21. FRESHMAN (2011) Started in 36 games and led the team in batting (.353), walks (21), on-base percentage (.451), sacrifice hits (7) and putouts (315). Finished second on the team in hits (42), total bases (49) and doubles (7), and third in slugging percentage (.412) and at-bats (119). Tied for the team-lead in multiple-hit games (15). Collected 2 hits in 12 games. Went 3-for-5 with 2 doubles, 3 RBI and 2 runs against UT-Dallas March 11. Finished 3-for-4 with 2 RBI against Louisiana College April 2. Posted three 3-hit games. Drew 2 walks five times. FARMINGTON HS Named All-State his junior and senior season. Received All-Conference his sophomore year. Hit .400 with 22 RBI and 2 home runs his senior campaign. Also scored 18 runs and recorded 32 hits. Morales’ Career Statistics

Erickson’s Career Statistics Year

ERA

W-L

Year

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

H

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB

SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

R ER

BB SO

2B 3B HR AB AVG WP

2013 .317 39-39 142 14 45 6 0 0 16 51 .359 14 3 .360 1 6 0 26 30 .812

2013 4.50 4-4

11

11 2

1

0 68.0

71

38 34

21 43

11 1 0

262 .271 0

2012 .304 39-38 138 14 42 8 0 0 24 50 .362 18 4 .398 1 2 3 293 16 .987

2012 4.48 5-5

10

10 8

0

0 62.1

61

34 31

21 34

10 0 1

229 .266 2

2011 .353 37-36 119 17 42 7 0 0 12 49 .412 21 1 .451 1 7 1 315 17 .987

2011 6.68 2-6

12

9

0

0 62.0

87

55 46

12 33

11 3 9

259 .336 6

Totals .323 115-113 399 45 129 21 0 0 52 150 .376 53 8

Totals 5.20 11-15 33

1

30 11 1

0 192.1 219 127 111 54 110 32 4 10 750 .292 8

5

.411 3 15 4 634 63 .984


2014 Player Profiles #4 Freddy Prince

#28 Bo Thomas

Sr. - OF/RHP - 6-3, 175 - R/R Jonesboro, Ark. Westside HS JUNIOR (2013) Named to the ASC All-East Division First Team. Voted to the D3baseball.com All-Region Second Team. Won the ASC batting title with a .406 average. Led the league in hits with 63 for the regular season. Team-leader in total bases (77), slugging percentage (.497) and on-base percentage (.466). Finished second in doubles (11) and runs (27), and third in RBI (22). His 77 total bases ranked seventh in the conference, while his on-base percentage and slugging percentage ranked sixth and tenth, respectively. Posted a team-high 20 multiple-hit games and owned a 13-game hit streak during the season. Had six three-hit games and went 5-for-6 with three RBI against nationally-ranked Texas-Tyler on March 29. Tossed 16.1 innings and struck out 11. SOPHOMORE (2012) Started 27 games in the field and 6 on the mound. Led the team in slugging percentage (.505) and tied for the team-lead in doubles (9). Hit .323, third-highest on the team. Collected 30 hits and drove in 17 runs. Scored 15 times to go along with 1 triple and 2 home runs. On the mound, tossed 32.2 innings and struck out 20. Finished with a 8.82 ERA in 8 appearances and 6 starts. At the plate, recorded 11 multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI games. Drove in 3 runs with a homer against Central Baptist April 17. Went 3-for-6 against Hendrix and Mississippi College. Scored 2 runs four different times. Drew a pair of walks against Louisiana College April 14. Posted 2 doubles against Schreiner February 25. Had four consecutive two-hit games in April. Had 11 games with at least 2 hits. On the mound, earned his first win against Central Baptist April 17 after tossing 6.0 innings and allowing just 1 earned run. Fanned 6 in 5.2 innings against Millsaps February 19. In final 2 appearances, allowed just 1 earned run. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMEN (2011) Started 25 games as a position player and made 12 appearances on the mound. Ranked third on the team in batting (.313) and doubles (6), while finishing second in RBI (17). Finished fourth on the team in hits (30) and slugging percentage (.396). Had 11 multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI games. Posted a 1-2 record on the mound in 34.0 innings of work. Threw 1 complete game and accounted for 1 save. Struck out 21 and owned a 5.03 ERA. Went 3-for-5 with an RBI against Lyon College February 22. Finished 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run against East Texas Baptist April 21. Scored 3 runs against UT-Dallas March 11. On the mound, allowed a combined 4 earned runs in his first 7 outings. Fanned 5 and did not allow an earned run against Central Baptist College February 14 in 4.2 innings of work. Tossed 7.0 innings against Hendrix College April 12 and gave up just 3 hits while not allowing an earned run. Threw a four-hitter in 7.0 innings against Austin College April 18 and struck out a season-high 6. Did not issue a walk in 3 outings. WESTSIDE HS Hit .529 with 9 home runs and 35 RBI en route to earning All-State, All-Conference and Best Under The Sun All-Area honors his senior campaign. Voted to the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star game his senior year. Named All-Conference as a junior. Collected 54 hits and scored 47 runs his senior campaign. Posted a 5-1 record and fanned 62 in 37.0 innings of work. Prince’s Career Pitching Statistics Year

ERA

W-L

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

H

R

ER

BB SO

2B

3B

HR AB

2012 8.82 1-6 8 6 0 0 0 32.2 44 42 32 28 20 13 1 2 181 .326 10 2011 5.03 1-2 12 5 1 0 1 34.0 30 39 19 30 21 4 1 2 170 .234 8 Totals 6.40 2-10 29 14 1 0 2 83.0 92 94 59 71 52 21 2 4 438 .281 23 Prince’s Career Hitting Statistics BA

GP-GS AB

R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB%

SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .406 38-38 155 27 63 11 0 1 22 77 .497 13 5 .466 1 3 4 98 9 .973 2012 .323 32-30 93 15 30 9 1 2 17 47 .505 10 1 .387 2 0 2 64 5 .945 2011 .313 26-25 96 9 30 6 1 0 17 38 .396 3 1 .333 2 2 0 83 11 .940 Totals .358 96-93 344 51 123 26 2 3 56 162 .471 26 7 .408 5 5 6 245 25 .954

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JUNIOR (2013) Tied for the team-lead in appearances with 14. Went 3-1 in 22.1 innings of work. Struck out 16 and started twice. Threw 5.0 innings and fanned 6 in first start of the season. Did not allow an earned run in final four appearances. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. SOPHOMORE (2012) Saw limited time due to an injury. Pitched in 3 games and worked 7.1 total innings. Owned a 4.91 ERA. Worked an inning of hitless relief against Austin College April 10. Scattered 1 hit in 3.1 innings against Louisiana College April 14. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2011) Led the team in ERA (3.18) and appearances (18). Earned 1 save in 22.2 innings of work. Finished with a 1-4 record and 17 strikeouts. Did not allow an earned run in 11 games. Had four straight games in April in which he did not allow an earned run. Did not give up a run in 7 games. Did not issue a walk in 8 games. Struck out 3 in 3.1 innings in his first collegiate outing. Tossed 3.2 innings against Austin College April 18 and struck out 3. Threw 1.1 hitless innings against Mississippi College April 8. MOUNTAIN HOME HS Named All-Conference his junior and senior season. Hit .365 with 27 RBI and 2 home runs his senior season. Threw a no-hitter his senior campaign. Hit a team-best .361 and had 31 RBI his junior campaign. Also posted a .534 on-base percentage.

AVG WP

2013 4.41 0-2 9 3 0 0 1 16.1 18 13 8 13 11 4 0 0 87 .281 5

Year

Sr. - RHP - 6-2, 245 - R/R Mountain Home, Ark. Mountain Home HS

Thomas’ Career Statistics Year

ERA

W-L

APP

GS CG SHO SV IP

H

R

ER

BB SO

2B

3B

HR AB AVG

WP

2013 7.66 3-1 14 2 0 0 1 22.1 22 22 19 20 16 4 0 2 83 .265 5 2012 4.91 0-1 3

0 0 0 0 7.1 3 6 4 5 2 0 0 1 25 .120 2

2011 3.18 1-4

18

0

0

0

1

22.2 23 18 8

14 17

4

1

1

94 .245

Totals 5.33 4-6

35

2

0

0

2

52.1 48 46 31

39 35

8

1

4

202 .238 8

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2014 Player Profiles #1 Adam Waynick

#17 Jeffrey Works

Sr. - RHP - 5-10, 140 - R/R Fort Smith, Ark. Southside HS

Sr. - RHP - 6-0, 160 - R/R Fordyce, Ark. Fordyce HS

JUNIOR (2013) Made 3 appearances and tossed 2.1 innings. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. SOPHOMORE (2012) Appeared in 1 game. Worked one-third of an inning against Hendrix College February 21. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2011) Made 1 relief appearance. Threw 3.0 innings against Simpson College February 15 and fanned 1. SOUTHSIDE HS Helped team to the state championship game his senior season. Waynick’s Career Statistics Year

ERA

W-L

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

H

R

ER

BB SO

2B 3B

HR AB

AVG WP

2013 11.57 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 2.1 4 3 3

0 0 0 0 0 8 .500 2

2012 54.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 1 2 2

0 0 0 0 1 2 .500 0

2011 9.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 3.0 3 3 3

1 1 0 0 1 12 .250 0

Totals 12.71 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 5.2 8 8 8

1 1 8 0 2 22 .364 2

JUNIOR (2013) Owned a 3.18 ERA and finished second on the team in innings (65.0). Fanned 35 in 11 starts. Threw one complete game. Fanned 8 against Simpson College and struck out 7 more in his next appearance. Threw a four-hitter and did not issue a walk against Millsaps. Did not allow an earned run in 7.2 innings of work against LeTourneau. SOPHOMORE (2012) Tied for the team-lead in starts (10). Led team in innings pitched (62.2). Threw 2 complete games, second-most on the team. Finished with a 2-3 record and a 5.74 ERA. Had 23 strikeouts. Named ASC Pitcher of the Week after tossing his second complete game in as many starts in a win over Schreiner in late February. Tossed back-to-back nine-inning games against Simpson and Schreiner. Threw a four-hitter and gave up just 1 run against Simpson. Scattered 6 hits, struck out 5 and did not issue a walk in 9.0 innings against Schreiner. Fanned 4 in start against LeTourneau April 5. Allowed 2 or fewer earned runs in six appearances. Gave up 1 earned run against Louisiana College April 13 in 2.1 innings. FRESHMAN (2011) Posted a 1-1 record in 22.0 innings of work. Made 1 start and appeared in 12 games. Recorded 10 strikeouts and had a 4.91 ERA. Owned a 0.00 ERA through first 7 games. Did not allow a hit in 3 games. Threw 5.1 innings in a start against Hendrix College April 12 to earn his first win, while tossing a 4-hitter. Fanned 4 in 5.1 innings against UT-Tyler March 18. FORDYCE HS Earned All-State, All-District and team Most Valuable Player honors his senior campaign. Hit .540 with 16 RBI and recorded 63 hits. Owned a .595 on-base percentage and stole 16 bases. Posted a 2.89 ERA and collected 3 saves in 55.2 innings of work his senior season. Named All-District as a junior and sophomore. Works’ Career Statistics Year

ERA

W-L

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

H

R

ER BB

SO

2B

3B HR AB

2013 3.18

1-6

11

67

39 23 14

35

11

3 4

11 1

0

0 65.0

AVG

WP

266 .252 9

2012 5.74 2-3 11 10 2 0 0 62.2 78 48 40 30 23 21 2 2 251 .311 7 2011 4.91 1-1 12 1 0 0 1 22.0 29 22 12 17 10 6 1 2 96 .302 4 Totals 4.52 4-10 34 22 3 0 1 149.2 174 109 75 61 68 38 6 8 613 .284 20

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2014 Player Profiles #2 Brandon Brewer

#34 Nathan Cedor

Jr. - OF - 5-10, 175 - R/R Greenwood, Ark. Greenwood HS

SOPHOMORE - REDSHIRT (2013) Played in 21 games with 11 starts. Did not commit an error from his outfield position. Homered once and drove in 5 runs. Had a walk, home run, 2 runs and 2 RBI against Hendrix College. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. SOPHOMORE (2012) Played in 3 games before suffering an injury. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2011) Played in 19 games with 12 starts. Drew 11 walks in 40 at-bats. Went 1-for-3 with a run in college debut against Hendrix College January 30. Scored 2 runs against Oklahoma Wesleyan February 15. GREENWOOD HS Named All-Conference and was team captain his senior season. Did not commit an error in the field as a senior. Hit .385 with 28 RBI and scored 20 runs his senior campaign. Also stole 10 bases and produced 9 doubles in his final prep year. Helped team to an undefeated season in conference play and a 31-2 record his senior season. Team ranked as high as #12 by MaxPreps.com. Helped team to back-toback conference championships during his prep career. Hit .326 with 6 doubles and 17 RBI in his junior campaign. As a sophomore, hit .364 with 14 RBI.

Jr. - RHP - 6-0, 185 - R/R Gretna, La. Jesuit HS

SOPHOMORE (2013) Made 2 starts and 6 appearances. Tossed 15.0 innings. Threw 5.0 innings against Hendrix and allowed 1 earned run. Fanned 4 in 4.0 innings against Austin College. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2012) Made 3 starts and appeared 4 times. Finished with a 6.08 ERA in 31.1 innings of work. Fanned 12 and had no-decisions in all of his appearances. Tossed 5.0 innings and struck out 5 against Austin College April 10. Had 4 strikeouts in first career start against Hendrix College February 21. Threw 2 hitless innings against Mississippi College April 22. JESUIT HS Named to the World Series All-Tournament Team as a junior. Helped team to three straight Dizzy Dean state championships. Cedor’s Career Statistics Year

ERA

W-L

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

2013 9.60

0-2

6

2

0

0

0

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

H

R

BB

SO

2B

3B HR AB

AVG

10

8

3

0 1

.321 2

56

WP

2012 6.08 0-0 4 3 0 0 0 13.1 14 9 9 11 12 0 0 0 50 .280 3 Totals 7.94 0-2 10 5 0 0 0 28.1 32 29 25 21 20 3 0 1 106 .302 5

#13 Oscar Dominguez Jr. - RHP - 5-9, 150 - R/R Longview, Texas Longview HS

SOPHOMORE (2013) Appeared in 1 game and threw 2.0 innings.

Brewer’s Career Statistics Year

ER

15.0 18 20 16

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .140 21-11 43 5 6 1 0 1 5 10 .233 3 0 .191 1 3 0 16 1 1.000 2012 .000 3-0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 .250 0 0 0 1 0 .500

FRESHMAN (2012) Appeared in 2 games and pitched 2.0 innings.

2011 .175 19-12 40 8 7 0 0 0 2 7 .175 11 1 .365 0 4 0 24 2 1.000 Totals .151 43-23 86 14 13 1 0 1 7 17 .198 15 1 .282 1 7 0 41 3 .978

LONGVIEW HS Played at Longview High School. Dominguez’s Career Statistics Year

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W-L

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H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

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2013 4.50

0-1

1

2

1

1

0

0

1

0 0

0

0

0

0

2.0

8

WP

.250 0

2012 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 .000 0

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Totals 2.25 0-1 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 14 .143 0


2014 Player Profiles #11 Peyton Johnigan Jr. - UT - 5-7, 155 - R/R Fort Worth, Texas Keller Central HS

SOPHOMORE (2013) Started in 24 games and recorded 18 hits. Had six multiple-hit games, including a 3-hit performance against Hendrix College. Drove in 2 runs and had 2 hits against Central Baptist. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team.

FRESHMAN (2012) Finished fifth on the team in batting (.310). Had 25 starts and played in 29 total games. Recorded 4 doubles and 3 steals. Had 1 home run and drove in 10 runs while scoring 14 runs. Went 4-for-6 with an RBI against Mississippi College April 21. Scored twice in that game. Had a 3-for-5 performance against LeTourneau April 6. Drove in 2 runs against Hendrix February 28. Scored 3 runs against Schreiner February 25. Scored 2 runs on three different occasions. Went 15-for-34 in final eight games of the season. KELLER CENTRAL HS Hit .383 with 20 runs, 31 hits and 8 RBI his senior season. Also stole 8 bases that season. Named Second Team All-District as a catcher his senior campaign. Voted Team MVP his senior season. Named Second Team All-District as an outfielder his junior year. Johnigan’s Career Statistics Year

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .237 27-24 76 8 18 1 0 0 4 19 .250 8 3 .333 0 5 1 72 24 .923 2012 .310 29-25 87 14 27 4 1 1 10 34 .391 4 4 .361 2 0 3 24 64 .936 Totals .276 56-49 163 22 45 5 0 1 14 53 .325 12 7 .348 2 5 4 96 88 .929

#5 Taylor Parker

Jr. - INF - 5-9, 160 - R/R Hot Springs, Ark. Lakeside HS SOPHOMORE (2013) Named to the ASC All-East Division Honorable Mention Team. Owned a .314 batting average, sixth highest on the team, and recorded 33 hits with 15 RBI. Led the team with 2 home runs and his .410 slugging percentage ranked third on the team.

Recorded nine multiple-hit games. Against Austin College, went 3-for-5 with 3 RBI and 2 home runs. Drove in a pair of runs against Millsaps and Concordia. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2012) Played in 8 games with 1 start. Went 1-for-4 in only start against East Texas Baptist March 17. Had a hit, run and RBI against Hendrix February 21. LAKESIDE HS Hit .344 with 22 RBI, 31 hits and 1 home run his senior season. Named First Team All-Conference as a senior. Played in the Central Arkansas All-Metro Classic All-Star Game. Parker’s Career Statistics Year

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .314 35-29 105 9 33 4 0 2 15 43 .410 6 2 .360 1 6 0 26 30 .812 2012 .222 8-1 9 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 .222 0 0 .222 0 1 0 1 4 1.000 Totals .307 43-30 114 10 35 4 0 2 16 45 .394 6 2 .349 1 7 0 27 34 .824

#19 Alex Rodriguez Jr. - RHP - 6-1, 230 - R/R San Antonio, Texas Taft HS

SOPHOMORE (2013) Appeared in 14 games and made 1 start. Finished with a 2-1 record and a 4.87 ERA in 20.1 innings of work. Tossed four shutout innings against Ecclesia College. Did not allow a run in seven outings. Struck out 3 in 2.0 innings against Howard Payne. Did not issue a walk in 4 appearances. FRESHMAN (2012) Made 1 start and appeared in 2 games. Finished with 2.1 innings. Fanned 1 against Hendrix March 14. TAFT HS Went 5-3 with a 3.52 ERA in 72.0 innings of work as a senior. Fanned 89 and threw 6 complete games. Named Second Team All-District his senior season and All-District as a junior. Owns school record in career wins and career ERA. Set new school record in most innings pitched and complete games in a season. Rodriguez’s Career Statistics Year

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W-L

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

2013 4.87

2-1

14

1

0

0

0

H

R

20.1 20 17

ER

BB SO

2B

3B

HR AB AVG WP

11

14 14

9

1

2

81

.247 5

2012 19.29 0-1 2 1 0 0 0 2.1 6 7 5 2 1 0 1 0 12 .500 2 Totals 6.35 2-2 16 2 0 0 0 22.2 26 24 16 16 15 9 2 2 93 .280 7

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2014 Player Profiles #9 Sam Shook

#14 John Singler

Jr. - C - 5-9, 170 - L/R Katy, Texas Cinco Ranch HS SOPHOMORE (2013) Named to the Academic All-America Third Team. Earned ASC All-East Division First Team honors. Garnered Academic All-District honors. Received ASC Scholar-Athlete Award. Led team in doubles (12), runs (29) and homeruns (2). Ranked third in batting (.333) and second in RBI (23), hits (52) and total bases (70). His 12 doubles ranked third in the conference. Compiled 14 multiple-hit games and owned the team’s longest hitting streak at 17 games. In 39 starts, hit safely in 32 games. Posted four three-hit games and drove in four runs against Central Baptist College. Had 4 hits against Millsaps. Scored 3 runs on two occasions. Scored at least one run in first nine games. Scored in a total of 20 games. Had a pair of doubles against Central Baptist and Austin College. Member of the ASC All-Academic Team. FRESHMEN (2012) Started in 15 games and saw action in 16. Hit .267 with 3 doubles and 4 RBI. Drew 5 walks. Went 4-for-5 with 2 runs against Austin College April 10. Finished 2-for-3 with an RBI against LeTourneau April 6. Finished 8-for-19 in final five games of the season. CINCO RANCH HS Played at Cinco Ranch High School. Shook’s Career Statistics Year

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .333 39-39 156 29 52 12 0 2 23 70 .449 13 5 .395 3 3 0 150 16 .982 2012 .267 16-15 45 7 12 3 0 0 4 15 .333 5 1 .353 0 2 0 65 16 .953 Totals .318 55-54 201 36 64 15 0 2 27 85 .423 18 6 .386 3 5 0 215 32 .972

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Jr. - 1B/RHP - 6-2, 205 - R/R Muskogee, Okla. Muskogee HS SOPHOMORE (2013) Started in 20 games and played in 24. Drove in 20 runs and homered once. Had 5 RBI against Hendrix College behind one hit. Drove in 3 runs on a one-hit performance against Sul Ross. Posted 5 multiple-RBI games. Threw 18.0 innings and recorded one save. Member of the ASC

All-Academic Team. FRESHMAN (2012) Started in 6 games and saw action in a total of 14. Hit .318 with 3 RBI and 4 runs. Owned a 1.000 fielding percentage. On the mound, appeared in 5 games. Went 3-for-3 with an RBI and run against Central Baptist April 17. Drove in a run against Mary Hardin-Baylor March 3. Worked 1.0 inning on the mound against Hendrix March 14 and struck out 2. MUSKOGEE HS Hit .415 with 3 home runs and 25 RBI his senior season. Also recorded 34 hits. Named All-Conference his senior and junior campaign. Named team Most Valuable Player and earned a spot on the All-Phoenix Prep team in 2011. Singler’s Career Statistics Year

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .205 24-20 73 7 15 3 0 1 20 21 .288 4 3 .262 4 1 0 17 5 .957 2012 .318 14-6 22 4 7 1 0 0 3 8 .364 1 3 .423 0 1 1 1 1 1.000 Totals .232 38-26 95 11 22 4 0 1 23 29 .305 5 6 .300 4 2 1 18 6 .960

#24 Andres Acosta

So. - DH - 5-11, 255 - R/R Mansfield, Texas Mansfield HS FRESHMAN (2013) Received a medical redshirt. MANSFIELD HS Played under Gary Vaughn at Mansfield High School.


2014 Player Profiles #6 Grady Finley

So. - RHP - 6-0, 215 - R/R Sheridan, Ark. Sheridan HS FRESHMAN (2013) Went 2-0 with a 4.86 ERA in 16.2 innings. Fanned 11 in 4 appearances, including 3 starts. Struck out 6 in 6.0 innings against Ecclesia. Threw a two-hitter against Austin College. SHERIDAN HS Hit .300 with 24 RBI his senior season. Also recorded 21 runs and 29 hits. On the mound, he posted an 8-3 record with a 2.72 ERA and had 81 strikeouts. Earned a spot on the Central Arkansas All-Star Team and All-Conference Team following his senior season. As a junior, he was named All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-State. Finley’s Career Statistics Year

ER

BB SO

2B

3B HR AB AVG WP

2013 4.86 2-0

ERA W-L

4

APP GS CG SHO SV IP 3

0

0

0

16.2 15 9

H

R

9

12 11

1

0 0

62 .242 3

Totals 4.86 2-0

4

3

0

0

0

16.2 15 9

9

12 11

1

0 0

62 .242 3

advance to the playoffs his senior season. Helped team to post-season play his junior year.

#31 Caleb Hemphill

So. - C/OF - 6-2, 170 - R/R Van, Texas Van HS SOPHOMORE (2013) Did not see varsity action. FRESHMAN (2012) Received a medical redshirt. VAN HS Hit .500 with 24 RBI and 2 home runs his senior season. Also posted a .818 slugging percentage and a .633 on-base percentage his senior campaign. Received the Fighting Vandal Award as a senior. Helped team to a district runner-up finish as a junior. Team won district championship as a freshman.

#32 Dean Igert

#7 Danny Gable

So. - RHP - 6-0, 165 - R/R Conroe, Texas Magnolia HS FRESHMAN (2013) Threw 1.1 innings before suffering a season-ending injury. MAGNOLIA HS Posted 4 wins and had 6 saves his senior season. Finished the year with a 1.89 ERA.

Gable’s Career Statistics Year

ERA W-L

APP GS CG SHO SV IP

H

R

ER

BB SO

2B

3B HR AB AVG WP

2013 13.50 0-1

2 0 0 0 0 1.1 3 3 2

3 2 2

0 0 8 .375 2

Totals 13.50 0-1

2 0 0 0 0 1.1 3 3 2

3 2 2

0 0 8 .375 2

So. - OF - 5-9, 145 - R/R Fort Gibson, Okla. Fort Gibson HS FRESHMAN (2013) Started in 23 games and played in 30. Hit .293 with 4 doubles and 13 runs. Had four 2-hit games. Drove in a pair of runs against Texas-Tyler and Ecclesia. Had 2 hits, 2 walks and 2 runs against Lyon College. FORT GIBSON HS Hit .320 with 17 runs and 11 steals his senior season. Posted 6 RBI en route to earning the team’s Gold Glove award his junior and senior season. Selected to the Green County All-Star Game. Helped team to a district championship three times and a regional championship four times during his prep career. Igert’s Career Statistics

#3 Ricky Gallardo

So. - OF - 5-8, 155 - R/R Pasadena, Texas Memorial HS

Year

BA

GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP OB% SF SH SB PO A FLD%

2013 .293 30-23 75 13 22 4 0 0 7 26 .347 5 2 .354 0 7 2 67 2 .945 Totals .293 30-23

75

13 22

4

0

0

7

FRESHMAN (2013) Received a medical redshirt. PASADENA MEMORIAL HS Hit .280 with 15 RBI and 20 hits his senior season. Recorded 10 runs and 10 steals. Helped team to a district runner-up finish and

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26 .347 5

2

.354 0 7

2 67 2 .945


2014 Player Profiles #15 Andrew Beck

Fr. - INF/RHP - 6-0, 180 - R/R Conway, Ark. St Joseph HS

ST JOSEPH Led team to the 2013 state championship and was named the game’s MVP. Earned All-State honors after hitting .578 and posting a .634 on-base percentage his senior season. On the mound, went 8-1 with a 1.30 ERA. Named conference MVP his senior season. Was also All-State and played in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game for basketball.

#36 Evan Castleberry Fr. - INF - 6-1, 180 - R/R Bryant, Ark. Arkansas Baptist HS

ARKANSAS BAPTIST Hit a team-high .353 with 5 doubles and 8 RBI en route to earning All-Conference his senior season. Led the team with 24 hits and 20 runs. Had eight multiple-hit games during the season, including a pair of 3-for-4 performances. Earned the team’s Total Release Award and received the National Student Scholar Award for baseball.

#27 Josh Davis

Fr. - C - 5-11, 175 - R/R Bryant, Ark. Arkansas Baptist ARKANSAS BAPTIST Hit .353 with 24 RBI en route to earning All-Conference his senior season. Posted 32 hits with one home run and owned a .487 on-base percentage. Had seven multiple-hit games.

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Went 3-for-3 with 4 RBI against Pulaski Academy. Selected to play in the Central Arkansas All-Star Game. As a junior, helped Arkansas Baptist win a district championship.

#35 Jonathan Ellis Fr. - C - 5-7, 155 - R/R Plainview, Ark. Two Rivers HS

TWO RIVERS HS Was named All-Conference four times during his prep career. Also received team Defensive Player of the Year four times. Helped team to a regional runner-up finish twice. Helped team to second place conference finish three times.

#38 Quinten Parker

Fr. - OF - 5-10, 185 - R/R Gravette, Ark. Gravette HS

GRAVETTE HS Hit .327 with 12 RBI and 7 steals as a senior. Also scored 13 runs and recorded 16 hits. Named All-Conference and team MVP his senior campaign.

#33 Aaron Perry

Fr. - INF - 5-8, 160 - R/R Longview, TX. Longview HS LONGVIEW HS TEXAS WESLEYAN Played at Longview High School. Played at Texas Wesleyan.


2014 Player Profiles #20 Keaton Ramsey

Fr. - RHP/INF - 5-10, 165 - R/R Sheridan, Ark. Sheridan HS SHERIDAN HS Went 4-4 on the mound and owned a 2.92 ERA his senior season. In 60.0 innings of work, fanned 28 batters. At the plate, owned a .250 average. Named All-State and All-Conference and made the State All-Tournament Team as a senior. Earned a spot in the Central Arkansas All-Star Baseball Classic game.

#10 Quinton Ray

Fr. - INF - 5-8, 140 - R/R Van Buren, Ark. Van Buren HS VAN BUREN HS Hit .325 with 16 RBI his senior season. Recorded 33 hits and scored 22 runs. Was a threeyear starter. Helped Van Buren to the state tournament his junior and senior season.

#18 Joseph Scott

Fr. - C - 5-9, 185 - R/R North Little Rock, Ark. Parkview HS PARKVIEW HS Played at Parkview High School.

#12 Alex Smith

Fr. - OF - 5-9, 155 - R/R Springdale, Ark. Springdale HS SPRINGDALE HS Played at Springdale High School.

#22 Luke Vera

Fr. - INF/RHP - 5-9, 135 - R/R Bentonville, Ark. Bentonville HS BENTONVILLE HS Played at Bentonville High School.

#26 Mason Walkingstick Fr. - INF/RHP - 5-10, 175 - R/R Claremore, Okla. Pryor HS

PRYOR HS Helped team to the final four of the state tournament as a senior. Helped team to the regional tournament backto-back years, including a regional championship senior season.

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2013 Final Stats & Results

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% Freddy Prince .406 38-38 155 27 63 11 0 1 22 77 .497 13 5 19 1 .466 1 3 4-5 98 9 3 .973 Mitchell Powers .338 39-39 145 27 49 5 0 0 16 54 .372 19 3 14 2 .418 3 5 0-0 53 116 10 .944 Sam Shook .333 39-39 156 29 52 12 0 2 23 70 .449 13 5 23 1 .395 3 3 0-0 150 16 3 .982 Nick Brill .329 39-38 149 25 49 7 0 0 32 56 .376 7 7 18 5 .384 1 2 2-3 116 98 8 .964 Tony Morales .317 39-39 142 14 45 6 0 0 16 51 .359 14 3 2 6 .390 0 4 1-1 294 17 4 .987 Taylor Parker .314 35-29 105 9 33 4 0 2 15 43 .410 6 2 8 3 .360 1 6 0-0 26 30 13 .812 Dean Igert .293 30-23 75 13 22 4 0 0 7 26 .347 5 2 13 1 .354 0 7 2-3 67 2 4 .945 Jordan Magee .255 18-14 51 7 13 2 0 0 1 15 .294 3 1 10 0 .309 0 1 1-1 8 1 3 .750 Peyton Johnigan .237 27-24 76 8 18 1 0 0 4 19 .250 8 3 11 1 .333 0 5 1-3 72 24 8 .923 Drew Clark .235 29-19 68 11 16 2 0 1 6 21 .309 4 4 23 0 .312 1 1 1-2 32 4 3 .923 John Singler .205 24-20 73 7 15 3 0 1 20 21 .288 4 3 14 0 .262 4 1 0-0 17 5 1 .957 Brandon Brewer .140 21-11 43 5 6 1 0 1 5 10 .233 3 0 10 0 .191 1 3 0-0 16 1 0 1.000 Zac Mitchell .265 14-11 34 7 9 0 1 2 6 17 .500 3 2 12 0 .359 0 4 0-0 3 21 8 .750 Rodger Montano .194 15-9 36 8 7 0 0 0 1 7 .194 3 1 11 0 .275 0 1 3-3 29 3 1 .970 Max Townley .154 6-4 13 0 2 1 0 0 1 3 .231 0 1 1 2 .200 1 1 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Allan Watson .125 4-3 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125 0 0 1 0 .125 0 1 0-0 14 1 1 .938 Grady Finley .000 3-1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1 .200 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 1.000 Shawn Shelton .000 2-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 3 0 0 1.000 Jeffrey Works .000 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 7 15 4 .846 Totals .300 40-40 1334 198 400 59 1 10 175 491 .368 105 43 191 23 .366 16 48 15-21 1009 387 75 .949 Opponents .280 40-40 1338 227 375 68 5 12 190 489 .365 139 58 190 22 .370 13 33 60-71 1006 440 63 .958

2013 Results Feb 8 vs Huntingdon Feb 9 at Millsaps Feb 9 vs Rhodes Feb 13 Central Baptist Coll Feb 15 vs Texas Lutheran Feb 15 vs Howard Payne Feb 16 at Concordia Feb 19 Hendrix College Feb 23 Sul Ross State Univ. Feb 24 Simpson College Feb 27 at Hendrix Mar 1 Hardin-Simmons Univ Mar 1 Hardin-Simmons Univ Mar 2 Hardin-Simmons Univ *Mar 8 Texas-Dallas *Mar 9 Texas-Dallas *Mar 9 Texas-Dallas Mar 12 at Lyon College *Mar 15 at East Texas Baptist *Mar 16 at East Texas Baptist *Mar 16 at East Texas Baptist Mar 21 North Central College Mar 21 North Central College Mar 22 Ecclesia College Mar 23 Ecclesia College

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

Mar 26 *Mar 28 *Mar 28 *Mar 29 *Apr 5 *Apr 6 *Apr 6 Apr 9 *Apr 12 *Apr 13 *Apr 13 Apr 16 *Apr 19 *Apr 20 *Apr 20

at Hendrix UT-Tyler UT-Tyler UT-Tyler at LeTourneau at LeTourneau at LeTourneau vs Austin College Lousiana College Lousiana College Lousiana College Hendrix College at Mississippi College at Mississippi College at Mississippi College

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


Career Leaders Since 1998 Highest batting avg. (minimum 150 AB) 1. .382 - John Glenn (2007-08) 2. .374 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 3. .367 - James Seymour (1999-00, 02) 4. .366 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 5. .365 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06)

Most hits 1. 200 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 2. 189 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 3. 183 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 4. 178 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 178 - David Smith (2006-09) 5. 168 - Anthony Brandon (2003-06)

Highest slugging pct. (minimum 150 AB) 1. .624 - Jeremy Hogan (2008-10) .624 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06) 2. .606 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 3. .580 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 4. .575 - Scott Dietz (2007-10) 5. .563 - Todd Koch (2005-09)

Most doubles 1. 42 - David Smith (2006-09) 2. 39 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 35 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 4. 31 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 5. 30 - Chance Lawless (1998-02)

Highest on base pct. (minimum 150 AB) 1. .487 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 2. .470 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 3. .456 - John Glenn (2007-08) .456 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 4. .448 - James Seymour (1999-00, 02) 5. .436 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) Most games played 1. 162 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 157 - David Smith (2006-09) 3. 156 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 4. 154 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 5. 153 - Brett Hays (2003-06) Most games started 1. 160 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 150 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 149 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 149 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 4. 147 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 5. 144 - David Smith (2006-09) Most at bats 1. 569 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 2. 551 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 3. 545 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 4. 543 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 5. 526 - David Smith (2006-09) Most runs scored 1. 138 - David Smith (2006-09) 2. 133 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 131 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 4. 129 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 5. 122 - Brett Hays (2003-06)

Most triples 1. 8 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 6 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06) 3. 5 - John Glenn (2007-08) 5 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 5 - Chance Lawless (1998-02) 4. 4 - Andrew Teaster (2007, 09) 4 - David Smith (2006-09) 4 - Chris Driedric (2009-12) 5. 3 - Rusty Gregory (1998-01) 3 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 3 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3 - Mitchell Powers (2010-12) Most home runs 1. 31 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 27 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06) 3. 21 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 21 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 4. 19 - Jeremy Hogan (2008-10) 19 - Todd Koch (2006-09) 5. 17 - Justin Brown (2003-06) Most runs batted in 1. 159 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 129 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 124 - Todd Koch (2006-09) 4. 113 - Anthony Brandon (2003-06) 5. 108 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09)

Most walks 1. 73 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 73 - Todd Koch (2006-09) 2. 70 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 70 - Logan Kizer (2006-09) 3. 66 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 4. 65 - David Smith (2006-09) 5. 63 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) Most times hit by pitch 1. 42 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 29 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 25 - David Smith (2006-09) 4. 24 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 24 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 5. 23 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 23 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) Most sacrifice hits 1. 32 - David Smith (2006-09) 2. 28 - Logan Kizer (2006-09) 3. 15 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06) 15 - Chris Driedric (2009-12) 4. 14 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 14 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 5. 13 - Chris Harrell (2002-05) 13 - Tony Morales (2011-13) 13 - Justin Brown (2003-06) Most stolen bases 1. 48 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 2. 43 - David Smith (2006-09) 3. 38 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 4. 37 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 5. 29 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06) Most stolen base attempts 1. 62 - Shawn Adams (1999-02) 2. 54 - David Smith (2006-09) 3. 48 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 4. 44 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 5. 34 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06)

Most total bases 1. 329 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 2. 308 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 275 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06) 4. 258 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 5. 257 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13)

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Career Leaders Since 1998 Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 70 IP) 1. 2.64 - Ian Bryan (2010-13) 2. 2.90 - Jedd Kirby (2005) 3. 3.94 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 4. 4.51 - Jeffrey Works (2011-13) 5. 4.63 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) Lowest opponent BA (minimum 70 IP) 1. .237 - John Scheuring (2006-09) 2. .247 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 3. .267 - Ian Bryan (2010-13) 4. .274 - Trevor Holbert (2003-04) 5. .275 - Bill Smith (2007-10) .275 - Jedd Kirby (2005) Fewest walks allowed (minimum 70 IP) 1. 2.27 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 2. 2.30 - Ian Bryan (2010-13) 3. 2.53 - Tyler Erickson (2011-13) 4. 2.69 - Jedd Kirby (2005) 5. 2.89 - Bill Smith (2007-10) Most strikeouts per game (minimum 70 IP) 1. 11.88 - John Scheuring (2006-09) 2. 9.18 - DJ Braswell (2006-09) 3. 8.16 - Bill Smith (2007-10) 4. 8.05 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 5. 7.74 - Travis Conner (2009-11) Most wins 1. 24 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 2. 12 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 3. 11 - Tyler Erickson (2011-13) 4. 10 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06) 10 - Bruce Cameron (2007-09) 5. 9 - Kyle Hudson (2004-06, 08) 9 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) Most saves 1. 14 - Kyle Hudson (2004-06, 08) 2. 10 - John Scheuring (2006-09) 3. 7 - Bill Smith (2007-10) 4. 4 - Robby Finnell (2005-08) 5. 3 - Nathan Moore (2002-03)

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Most appearances 1. 61 - Kyle Hudson (2004-06, 08) 2. 59 - John Scheuring (2006-09) 3. 54 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 4. 52 - Bill Smith (2007-10) 5. 51 - Andy Tasker (1999-02)

Most chances 1. 967 - Tony Morales (2011-13) 2. 929 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 3. 679 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 4. 657 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 5. 637 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06)

Most games started 1. 46 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 2. 39 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 3. 32 - Andy Tasker (1999-02) 4. 30 - Tyler Erickson (2011-13) 5. 26 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06)

Most putouts 1. 902 - Tony Morales (2011-12) 2. 878 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 3. 532 - Scott Dietz (2007-10) 4. 474 - Rusty Gregory (1998-01) 5. 446 - Todd Koch (2005-09)

Most complete games 1. 13 - Shane Norrid (1999-01) 2. 11 - Tyler Erickson (2011-13) 3. 10 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 10 - Andy Tasker (1999-02) 4. 8 - James Seymour (1999-00, 02) 5. 6 - Jason Jordan (1998)

Most assists 1. 417 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 2. 382 - Cory Briggs (2007-10) 3. 353 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06) 4. 308 - Logan Kizer (2006-09) 5. 266 - Nick Brill (2010-13)

Most innings pitched 1. 256.2 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 2. 223.2 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 3. 192.1 - Tyler Erickson (2011-13) 4. 185.2 - Andy Tasker (1999-02) 5. 153.1 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06) Most strikeouts 1. 205 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 2. 200 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 3. 123 - Bobby Osburn (2009-11) 4. 121 - John Scheuring (2006-09) 5. 119 - DJ Braswell (2006-09)

Most double plays turned 1. 71 - Mitchell Powers (2010-13) 2. 69 - Tony Morales (2011-13) 3. 67 - Brett Hays (2003-06) 4. 65 - Nick Brill (2010-13) 5. 63 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06) Most caught stealing by 1. 36 - Chris Harrell (2002-05) 2. 20 - Clint Phifer (2002-04) 20 - Sam Shook (2012-13) 3. 17 - Chris Young (2010-12) 4. 16 - Caleb Hilton (2004-06) 5. 15 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06)

Most at bats against 1. 1055 - Curt Dixon (2005-08) 2. 885 - Todd Koch (2005-09) 3. 750 - Tyler Erickson (2011-13) 4. 628 - Brian Heckmann (2003-06) 5. 613 - Jeffrey Works (2011-13) Highest fielding pct. (min. 225 chances) 1. .986 - Jimmy Pannell (2006-07) 2. .985 - Scott Dietz (2007-09) 3. .984 - Tony Morales (2011-13) .984 - Chris Driedric (2009-12) .984 - Chris Young (2010-12) 4. .983 - Brett Hays (2003-06) .983 - Tony Morales (2011-12) 5. .982 - Rusty Gregory (1998-01)

Curt Dixon


Program Records Batting Average Season: .467, Cory Briggs - 2008 Career: .382, John Glenn - 2007-08

Earned Run Average Season: 2.32, John Scheuring - 2007 Career: 2.64, Ian Bryan - 2010-13

Slugging Percentage Season: .827, Bruce Cameron - 2008 Career: .624, Jeremy Hogan - 2008-10 .624, Caleb Hilton - 2006-07

Wins Season: Career:

9, Curt Dixon - 2008 24, Curt Dixon - 2005-08

Saves Season: Career:

6, Bill Smith - 2010 14, Kyle Hudson - 2004-06, 08

On Base Percentage Season: .560, Todd Koch - 2008 Career: .487, Shawn Adams - 1999-02 Games Season: Career:

45, Robby Finnell - 2007 45, John Glenn - 2007 45, Todd Koch - 2007 45, David Smith - 2007 162, Robby Finnell - 2005-08

At Bats Season: 179, John Glenn - 2007 Career: 569, Cory Briggs - 2007-10 Runs Season: 57, John Glenn - 2007 Career: 138, David Smith - 2006-09 Hits Season: 79, Cory Briggs - 2008 Career: 200, Cory Briggs - 2007-10 Doubles Season: 19, Cory Briggs - 2008 Career: 42, David Smith - 2006-09 Home Runs Season: 14, Bruce Cameron - 2008 Career: 31, Robby Finnell - 2005-08 Runs Batted In Season: 56, Robby Finnell - 2008 Career: 159, Robby Finnell - 2005-08 Total Bases Season: 124, Cory Briggs - 2008 Career: 329, Robby Finnell - 2005-08 Walks Season: 35, Todd Vandevoir - 2003 Career: 73, Robby Finnell - 2005-08 73, Todd Koch - 2005-09 Stolen Bases Season: 21, Shawn Adams - 2002 Career: 48, Shawn Adams - 1999-02

Appearances Season: 22, Bill Smith - 2010 Career: 61, Kyle Hudson - 2004-06, 08 Complete Games Season: 8, Tyler Erickson - 2012 Career: 13, Shane Norrid - 1999-01 Games Started Season: 13, Curt Dixon - 2007 Career: 46, Curt Dixon - 2005-08

Batting At Bats 1569 - 2007 Runs Scored 423 - 2008 Hits 530 - 2008 Runs Batted In 384 - 2008 Doubles 113 - 2008 Triples 14 - 2007, 2008 Home Runs 60 - 2008 Total Bases 851 - 2008 Bases on Balls 212 - 2008 Stolen Bases 67 - 2008 Batting Average .356 - 2008 Slugging Average .572 - 2008 On-Base Average .445 - 2008 Pitching Earned Run Average 4.81 - 2008 Saves 12 - 2008 Complete Games 16 - 2001 Innings Pitched 375.2 - 2007 Strikeouts 312 - 2009 Shutouts 3 - 2007

Fielding Innings Pitched Fielding Average .959 - 2009 Season: 83.2, Jedd Kirby - 2005 • 2001 Putouts 1127 - 2007 Career: 256.2, Curt Dixon - 2005-08 Marcos AssistsGonzalez 455 - 2007 (1st Team) Double Plays 37 - 2007 Strikeouts • 2002 Season: 74, Curt Dixon - 2008 Team Records Aaron Coats (2nd Team) 74, Todd Koch - 2009 Most Wins (3rd 32 - 2008 Ricky Herrera Team) Career: 205, Curt Dixon - 2005-08 Fewest Games Lost 11 - 2008 • 2003 Highest Winning % .744 - 2008 Fielding Percentage Longest Winning Streak 8 - 2008 Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) Season: 1.000, David Smith - 2008 Most Conference Wins 13 - 2008 1.000, Chris Driedric - 2009 • 2004 Highest ASC Winning % .722 - 2008 1.000, Chris Young - 2010 Will Brahic (3rd Team) 1.000, Chris Driedric - 2011 ASC Records 1.000, Brandon Brewer - 2013 • 2005 Runs Batted In: 10 Career: .986, Jimmy Pannell - 2006-07 James Seymour vs East Texas Baptist Lars Nyberg (3rd Team) Apr. 5, 2002 Chances • 2006 Season: 339, Tony Morales - 2011 Home Runs: 3 (tie) Brian Sarber (1st Team) Career: 967, Tony Morales - 2011-13 Bruce Cameron vs Lyon College Jared Gordon (3rd Team) Mar. 11, 2008 Ryan Skelly (3rd Team) Putouts Season: 315, Tony Morales - 2011 • 2007 Career: 902, Tony Morales - 2011-13 Brian Sarber (2nd Team) Assists Season: Career:

Darren Clark (3rd Team)

130, Mitchell Powers - 2011 • 2008 417, Mitchell Powers - 2010-13 Brian Sarber (1st Team)

Dan De Hart (2nd Team)

Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

Caught Stealing By Shaun Renfro (3rd Team) Season: 22, Chris Harrell - 2004 Career: 36, Chris Harrell - 2002-05• 2009

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All-Time Coaching/Series Records All-Time Series Records (since 1998) Arkansas Tech University 2-21 Austin College 19-16 Bacone College 0-1 Berry College 0-1 Brescia University 2-0 Centenary College 1-2 Central Baptist College 19-8 Clarke College 2-2 College of the Ozarks 0-4 Concordia Texas University 3-13 Crichton College 2-2 East Texas Baptist University 14-29 Ecclesia College 3-0 Elmhurst College 2-2 Eureka College 3-0 Hardin-Simmons University 7-10 Harding University 0-9 Henderson State University 0-2 Hendrix College 24-15 Howard Payne University 6-9 Huntingdon 1-0 LaGrange College 1-1 LeTourneau University 16-26 Louisiana College 21-18 Lyon College 2-15 Mary Hardin-Baylor 7-7 Maryville College 0-3 McMurry University 0-12 Mid-America Bible College 10-2 Millsaps College 1-8 Mississippi College 11-37 North Central College 1-1 Oklahoma Wesleyan University 1-1 Ouachita Baptist University 0-1 Piedmont College 0-1 Principia College 3-0 Rhodes College 2-4 Rogers State University 2-0 Schreiner University 8-4 Simpson College 2-5 Southern Arkansas University 0-2 Sul Ross State University 4-12 Texas Lutheran University 1-12 University of Ark.-Monticello 0-5 University of Central Arkansas 0-3 University of Dallas 0-10 University of Texas-Dallas 9-26 University of Texas-Tyler 6-23 Westminster College 3-0 Williams Baptist College 5-2 Wisconsin-Platteville 1-1 York College 0-1

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Year

Coach

Overall

Pct.

AIC/ASC

Pct.

1994

Jeff Hart

12-36

.250

10-16

.384

1995

Jeff Hart

21-24

.466

17-11

.607

1996

Jeff Hart

24-17

.585

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-

1997

Jeff Hart

14-20

.411

8-9

.470

Totals

Jeff Hart

71-97

.422

35-36

.492

1998

Bill Mueller

8-27

.228

7-12

.368

1999

Bill Mueller

1-33

.029

0-12

.000

2000

Bill Mueller

7-27

.205

6-18

.250

2001

Bill Mueller

4-29

.121

1-20

.047

Totals 2002

Bill Mueller Jimmy Clark

20-116 11-27

.147 .289

14-62 6-16

.184 .272

2003

Jimmy Clark

12-27

.307

5-19

.208

2004 2005 2006

Jimmy Clark Jimmy Clark Jimmy Clark

13-24 22-18 19-21

.351 .550 .475

2-16 8-13 9-12

.111 .380 .428

2007

Jimmy Clark

24-21

.533

10-8

.555

2008 2009

Jimmy Clark Jimmy Clark

32-11 17-25

.744 .404

13-5 9-9

.722 .500

2010

Jimmy Clark

14-26

.350

7-10

.411

2011

Jimmy Clark

8-32

.200

2-16

.111

2012

Jimmy Clark

15-24

.384

5-13

.277

2013

Jimmy Clark

17-23

.425

4-14

.222

Totals

Jimmy Clark

204-279

.422

80-151

.346

295-492

.374

129-249

.341

Totals

Jeff Hart

Bill Mueller

Jimmy Clark

Jimmy Clark’s 2008 club went a school record 32-11, finished #29 in the nation and included three All-Americans: #9 Cory Briggs, #4 Bruce Cameron and #25 Robby Finnell. Two players also played professionally: #10 Curt Dixon and #7 Kyle Hudson.


Honors & Awards Capital One Academic All-America 2012 Michael Prusator (3rd team) 2013 Sam Shook (3rd team) Capital One Academic All-District 2012 Michael Prusator 2013 Sam Shook

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America 2008 Robby Finnell (1st team) ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 2005 Brett Hays 2006 Brett Hays (1st team) Robby Finnell (2nd team) 2007 Robby Finnell (1st team) 2008 Robby Finnell (1st team) Verizon Academic All-America 2002 Shawn Adams Chance Lawless ABCA/Rawlings All-America Team 2008 Cory Briggs (2nd team) ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region Team 2005 Anthony Brandon (2nd team) Caleb Hilton (3rd team) Jedd Kirby (3rd team) 2006 Caleb Hilton (2nd team) 2007 John Glenn (2nd team) Robby Finnell (3rd team) 2008 Cory Briggs (1st team) Bruce Cameron (2nd team) Robby Finnell (2nd team) Curt Dixon (3rd team) ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove 2008 David Smith (All-West) D3baseball.com All-America Team 2008 Bruce Cameron (2nd team) Robby Finnell (2nd team) Preseason D3baseball.com All-America 2009 Bruce Cameron (2nd team) Preseason ASC co-Player of the Year 2009 Cory Briggs 2009 Bruce Cameron ASC Newcomer of the Year 2007 John Glenn ASC Scholar-Athlete 2013 Sam Shook ASC Scholar-Athlete Medal of Honor 2013 Ian Bryan All-ASC 1997 1998 2002

Michael White Jason Jordan (Hon. Men.) Eric Labbe (Hon. Men.) Shawn Adams

All-ASC East Division 1999 James Seymour (1st team) Chance Lawless (1st team) Alan Garrison (2nd team) Rusty Gregory (2nd team) 2000 Chance Lawless (2nd team) Jeremiah Woehl (2nd team) Shawn Adams (Hon. Men.) 2001 Shawn Adams (1st team) 2002 Shawn Adams (1st team) Chance Lawless (1st team) James Seymour (1st team) 2004 Caleb Hilton (2nd team) Anthony Brandon (Hon. Men.) 2005 Anthony Brandon (2nd team) Chris Harrell (2nd team) Jedd Kirby (2nd team) Brett Hays (Hon. Men.) Caleb Hilton (Hon. Men.) Kyle Hudson (Hon. Men.) Todd Koch (Hon. Men.) 2006 Caleb Hilton (2nd team) Robby Finnell (Hon. Men.) Tyler Gideon (Hon. Men.) Brett Hays (Hon. Men.) Brian Heckmann (Hon. Men.) Kyle Hudson (Hon. Men.) Tim Renshaw (Hon. Men.) 2007 John Glenn (1st team) John Scheuring (1st team) Robby Finnell (2nd team) - DH Todd Koch (2nd team) Cory Briggs (Hon. Men.) Bruce Cameron (Hon. Men.) Robby Finnell (Hon. Men.) - P Logan Kizer (Hon. Men.) David Smith (Hon. Men.) Andrew Teaster (Hon. Men.) 2008 Cory Briggs (1st team) Bruce Cameron (1st team) - OF Scott Dietz (1st team) Robby Finnell (1st team) Brad Broussard (2nd team) Bruce Cameron (2nd team) - UT Robert Mummey (2nd team) John Scheuring (2nd team) Bruce Cameron (Hon. Men.) - P Curt Dixon (Hon. Men.) Todd Koch (Hon. Men.) David Smith (Hon. Men.) 2009 Bruce Cameron (1st team) - UT Cory Briggs (2nd team) Todd Koch (2nd team) David Smith (2nd team) Andrew Teaster (2nd team) Bruce Cameron (Hon. Men.) - 3B Jeremy Hogan (Hon. Men.) John Scheuring (Hon. Men.) 2010 Cory Briggs (1st team) - UT Scott Dietz (Hon. Men.) Chris Driedric (Hon. Men.) Mitchell Powers (Hon. Men.) Bill Smith (Hon. Men.) 2011 Mitchell Powers (2nd team) 2012 Nick Brill (2nd team) Chris Driedric (2nd team) Ian Bryan (Hon. Men.) Mitchell Powers (Hon. Men.)

2005 2006 ASC East Division Coach of the Year 2005 Jimmy Clark 2007 ASC All-Tournament Team 2007 Robby Finnell 2008 Todd Koch Ozarks Male Athlete of the Year 2007 Robby Finnell 2010 Cory Briggs 2009 All-AIC 1995 Jason Jordan 2010 1996 Lucas Campbell NAIA All-American Scholar-Athlete 1996 Jason Jordan 2011 1997 Lucas Campbell ASC All-Academic Team 1997 Carey Allison Ryan Anderson 2012 Lucas Campbell • 2001 Darren Jones Jason Jordan Marcos Gonzalez (1st Team) Eric Labbe Casey McCord • 2002 Chad Rockett Aaron Coats (2nd Team) Andrew Smallwood 1998 Lee Beshoner Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) Lucas Campbell Jason Jordan • 2003 2013 Eric Labbe Ricky Herrera (3rd Team) Andrew Smallwood 1999 Lee Beshoner Chance • 2004 Lawless Dennis Wright Will Brahic (3rd Team) 2000 Shawn Adams Lee Beshoner J. Cook • R. 2005 Cody Gebhart Lars Nyberg (3rd Team) Chad Harris Chance Lawless • 2006 Andy Tasker 2001 Shawn Adams Brian Sarber (1st Team) J. R. Cook Jared Gordon (3rd Team) Cody Gebhart Ryan Skelly (3rd Team) Andy Tasker 2002 Shawn Adams Cliff Ford • 2007 Cody Gebhart Brian Sarber (2nd Team) Chance Lawless Darren Clark (3rd Team) 2003 Cliff Ford Clint Phifer Josh Underwood • 2008 2004 Cliff Ford Brian Sarber (1st Team) Chris Harrell Dan De Hart (2nd Team) Brett Hays Shaun Renfro (3rd Team) Brian Heckmann Clint Phifer Brian Potts • 2009 2013 Mitchell Powers (1st team) Sam Shook (1st team) Freddy Prince (1st team) Nick Brill (Hon. Men.) Taylor Parker (Hon. Men.) ASC East Division Freshman of the Year 2003 Brett Hays (Co) 2006 Tim Renshaw (Tri)

Aaron Brueckner (3rd Team)

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Sean Pratt Josh Underwood Todd Vandevoir Chris Harrell Brett Hays Brian Heckmann Kyle Hudson Curt Dixon Robby Finnell Brett Hays Brian Heckmann Kyle Hudson Curt Dixon Robby Finnell Kyle Hudson Cory Briggs Curt Dixon Robby Finnell Kyle Hudson Arturo Perez Brett Wood Cory Briggs Arturo Perez Cory Briggs Chris Driedric Arturo Perez Michael Prusator Ian Bryan Chris Driedric Arturo Perez Mitchell Powers Michael Prusator Ian Bryan Brandon Brewer Chris Driedric Tyler Erickson Jacob Nall Mitchell Powers Freddy Prince Michael Prusator Bo Thomas Adam Waynick Brandon Brewer Nick Brill Ian Bryan Nathan Cedor Tyler Erickson Peyton Johnigan Taylor Parker Mitchell Powers Sam Shook John Singler Bo Thomas Adam Waynick


American Southwest Conference The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, is in its second decade of providing quality athletic experiences for its student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions from outside the Texas borders. From the eight founding institutions to today’s present group of 13 colleges and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. The roster of American Southwest Conference members includes Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas and University of Texas at Tyler. The University of California, Santa Cruz in an affiliate member in women’s golf. ASC championships are conducted in 16 sports (8 men, 8 women). Men’s championships are offered in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field. Women’s championships are offered in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The American Southwest Conference is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

AT H L E T I C S

Concordia University Texas (Austin, TX) East Texas Baptist University (Marshall, TX) Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, TX) Howard Payne University (Brownwood, TX) LeTourneau University (Longview, TX) Louisiana College (Pineville, LA) University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Belton, TX) Mississippi College (Clinton, MS) University of the Ozarks (Clarksville, AR) Sul Ross State University (Alpine, TX) University of California, Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, CA) University of Texas-Dallas (Richardson, TX) University of Texas-Tyler (Tyler, TX)

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University of the Ozarks UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS has approached education with an unyielding search for truth. That search led our founders to establish the first co-educational college west of the Mississippi. It set the stage for the first Arkansas woman to receive a college degree. And because truth often defies convention, ours was the first historically white college in the state to admit African-Americans. Every day, our history inspires Ozarks students to discover their own individual truths.


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