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COACHING STAFF

PLAYER PROFILES KANSAS STATE

Following a record-breaking 43 wins and the school’s first trip to a NCAA Regional in 2009, expectations at Kansas State have risen. The Wildcats will lean on new leaders this season, while the squad must replace all three weekend starters and multiple positions players. However, great athletes with tons of potential litter the roster as K-State regroups and moves forward.

Led by 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year Brad Hill, Kansas State returns all three assistant coaches from last year’s historic season. With more than 50 years combined coaching experience, Hill is joined by Pitching Coach Sean McCann and Hitting Coach Andy Sawyers. Anthony Everman begins his first season in Manhattan as the Volunteer Assistant Coach.

Three seniors in Ryan Daniel, Daniel Dellasega and Adam Muenster return for their senior seasons, while Carter Jurica and Nick Martini look to duplicate their All-Big 12 seasons from last year. Thomas Rooke and Justin Lindsey will join Daniel in the starting rotation, while the Cats welcome 17 newcomers, including three who will look to become Opening Day starters.

Kansas State University was founded Feb. 16, 1863, under provisions of the Morrill Act which established land grant colleges. It was initially located on the grounds of the old Bluemont Central College, which was chartered in 1858. The 668-acre main campus is in northern Manhattan (population 50,000) and is convenient to both business and residential districts.

GENERAL INFORMATION

2009 REVIEW

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

Table of Contents____________________________1 Media Information __________________________2 Media Outlets ______________________________3 Athletic Department Directory __________________4 Quick Facts/Broadcast Information ______________5 2010 Schedule ______________________________6 Visiting Manhattan __________________________7 Radio/TV Roster ____________________________8 2010 Roster ______________________________10 2010 Outlook______________________________11

Season Recap ____________________________48 In the Books ______________________________50 Results __________________________________51 Overall Statistics __________________________52 Conference Statistics ________________________53 Offensive Breakdown________________________54 Pitching Breakdown ________________________55 Miscellaneous Statistics ______________________56 Season Superlatives ________________________57 Big 12 Review ____________________________58 Big 12 Statistics ____________________________59

University Biography ______________________126 K-State Colleges __________________________128 Powercat Strength ________________________129 Media Exposure __________________________130 Top-Notch Facilities ________________________132 Tointon Family Stadium ____________________134 Compliance ______________________________136

COACHES AND STAFF Brad Hill ________________________________13 Sean McCann ____________________________16 Andy Sawyers ____________________________17 Anthony Everman __________________________18 Scott Bird ________________________________19 Support Staff ______________________________20 Support Staff ______________________________21 University President Dr. Kirk Schulz______________22 Athletics Director John Currie __________________23 Athletic Administration ______________________24 K-State Head Coaches ______________________25 Department Staff __________________________26

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES James Allen ______________________________27 Matt Applegate ____________________________28 Kayvon Bahramzadeh ______________________29 Jake Brown ______________________________30 Ryan Daniel ______________________________31 Daniel Dellasega __________________________32 Matt Giller________________________________33 Kyle Hunter ______________________________34 Carter Jurica ______________________________35 Mike Kindel ______________________________36 Jason King ________________________________37 Justin Lindsey ____________________________38 Evan Marshall ____________________________39 Nick Martini ______________________________40 Adam Muenster ____________________________41 Thomas Rooke ____________________________42 Cocking, Heairet, Allday, Clement ______________43 DeBord, Doller, Downs, Esquivel ________________44 Faulkner, Giannonatti, Graskewicz, Hawkins ______45 Kube, Moore, Picht, Sturges __________________46 Urban, Witt ______________________________47

2010 OPPONENTS Opponent Analysis __________________________60 Nonconference Opponents ____________________61 Conference Opponents ______________________64 Big 12 Conference __________________________67 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship ______________68 K-State Conference Championship History ________69 Big 12 Composite Schedule __________________70 Series Records ____________________________72 Big 12 Series Results ________________________74 Nonconference Series Results__________________80

HISTORY Wildcat Timeline __________________________86 All-Century Team __________________________90 Offensive Records __________________________92 Pitching Records __________________________95 Fielding Records____________________________97 Team Records ____________________________98 The Last Time and Class Records________________99 Wildcat Honor Roll ________________________100 Wildcats in the MLB ________________________102 Elden Auker ______________________________103 Wildcat Pro Recap ________________________104 Wildcats in the MLB Draft __________________105 All-Time Letterwinners ______________________106 Yearly Batting Leaders ______________________109 Yearly Pitching Leaders______________________111 Yearly Summary __________________________113 Yearly Results ____________________________114

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CREDITS The 2010 Kansas State Baseball Media Guide is a product of the Kansas State Sports Information Office, published by the Kansas State Athletics Department. WRITTEN AND DESIGNED BY: Ryan Lackey, Assistant Sports Information Director | EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Sports Information Director Kenny Lannou; Assistant Directors Randy Peterson, Tom Gilbert and David Wiechmann; Opponent Sports Information Contacts. | COVER DESIGNS: Ron Cook, Director of Graphic Design. | ON THE COVER: Kansas State takes the field in its first-ever NCAA Regional appearance; Seniors Daniel Dellasega, Ryan Daniel and Adam Muenster | PHOTOGRAPHY: Action shots by Scott Weaver, Pete Aiken and Kenny Lannou; Action shots from the Big 12 Championship by Richard T. Clifton and Scott Weaver; Mugshots by Scott Weaver; Photos of professional players courtesy of the Chicago White Sox, Akron Aeros, Oklahoma City Redhawks, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and Spokane Indians. | PRINTED BY: Mainline Printing of Topeka, Kan.; Special thanks to Phil Roberts and Debbie Newman of Mainline Printing.

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MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME TO K-STATE ATHLETICS The Kansas State Sports Information Office welcomes your interest in K-State baseball and will make every effort to make your coverage of the Wildcats an enjoyable experience. The office maintains information on all current student-athletes, as well as historical information on previous student-athletes and the program in general. For information, interviews, photo shoots and/or file photos, please call, stop by our office, or e-mail a request. Office Phone: (785) 532-6735 Office Fax: (785) 532-6093 Mailing Address: 1800 College Ave., Suite 37 Manhattan, KS 66502 Website: www.k-statesports.com Press Box Phone: (785) 532-5801 Sports Information Director: Kenny Lannou Office Phone: (785) 532-7977 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7867 Email: klannou@kstatesports.com Assistant Director: Tom Gilbert Office Phone: (785) 532-7979 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7868 Email: tgilbert@kstatesports.com Assistant Director: Randy Peterson Office Phone: (785) 532-7975 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7769 Email: rspete12@kstatesports.com Assistant Director: Ryan Lackey (Baseball Contact) Office Phone: (785) 532-7708 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7865 Email: rlackey@kstatesports.com Assistant Director: David Wiechmann Office Phone: (785) 532-7976 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7866 Email: dwiech@kstatesports.com Office Manager: Kelly Yoder Office Phone: (785) 532-6735 Email: kelyoder@kstatesports.com Student Assistants: Colton Debes, Jeremy Holaday, Brent Fritzemeier, Chris Newton, Becca Brown, Ricardo Cruz, Marissa Olberding, Jesse Piper, Melissa Schartz, Danielle Stripe, Trevor Tomanek, Megan Wilson, Zach Zaborny.

WILDCATS ON THE WEB Catch the Wildcats on the web at the official Kansas State Athletics Department homepages. You will find everything you need to know about the Wildcats’ 16 varsity sports.

KENNY LANNOU

TOM GILBERT

RANDY PETERSON

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

RYAN LACKEY

DAVID WIECHMANN

KELLY YODER

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

OFFICE MANAGER

SPORTS INFORMATION

MEDIA CREDENTIALS

The Kansas State Sports Information Office is located in Suite All media attending Kansas State baseball home games must 37 of Bramlage Coliseum. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. present a media pass for admission to Tointon Family Stadium. weekdays. Credentials for home games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible to the sports inMembers of the staff include director Kenny Lannou (foot- formation office. ball/equestrian), assistant director Tom Gilbert (men’s basketball/football game program), assistant director Randy Peterson • Requests for credentials should be made in advance by mail, (women’s basketball/women’s tennis), assistant director Ryan fax or email, and directed to Assistant SID Ryan Lackey. Lackey (baseball/secondary football/men’s and women’s golf), and assistant director David Wiechmann (volleyball/track and field/rowing/cross country). ALL interviews with K-State players and coaches must be arranged through the sports information office. Please contact Assistant SID Ryan Lackey to set up an interview. Home A complete NCAA box score, play-by-play and pertinent game and cell phone numbers for student-athletes will not be given facts will be distributed to members of the working media to the media under any circumstances. after each game. Head Coach Brad Hill • Press packets are provided 60 minutes prior to first pitch, or Coach Hill is available for phone interviews on weekday mornearlier upon request. Press packets include a scorecard and ings (9 a.m. - Noon) during the season. Please coordinate all team rosters, updated statistics for each team, conference sta- requests for personal interviews with Coach Hill through the sports information office. Hill will talk to reporters approxitistics and game-day notes. mately 15 minutes after the end of each game. • A meal is usually provided to each media member for home Players games. However, at other times, a meal ticket, redeemable for refreshments from the concessions stand, will be issued to Media members are invited to attend Kansas State baseball practice sessions. Players are available for interviews after each member. each practice at approximately 5:30 p.m. in Tointon Family Stadium. For an exact time each day, please contact Assistant SID Ryan Lackey. All players are also available after each game, following Coach Hill’s addressing of the media.

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TELEVISION

Associated Press 215 W. Pershing Road Kansas City, MO 64108 Doug Tucker: (913) 768-9639 Tucker’s e-mail: dtucker@ap.org

KSNT (Topeka NBC 27) Box 2700 Topeka, KS 66601 Johnny Kane (director), Alex Wiebel Kane’s e-mail: jkane@ksnt.com Homepage: www.ksnt.com

Bureau: 816.421.4844 Fax: 816.421.3590

NEWSPAPERS Manhattan Mercury (785) 776-2300 ext. 244 318 North Fifth Fax: (785) 776-8807 Manhattan, KS 66502 Josh Kinder (editor), Cole Manbeck, Joel Jellison Kinder’s e-mail: sports_scribe@hotmail.com Manbeck’s e-mail: manbeck@ksu.edu Homepage: www.themercury.com Topeka Capital Journal (800) 777-7171 ext. 1159 616 SE Jefferson Fax: (785) 295-1230 Topeka, KS 66607 Eric Tuner (editor), Austin Meek (beat), Kevin Haskin Meek’s e-mail: austin.meek@cjonline.com Homepage: www.cjonline.com Kansas City Star (816) 234-4355 1729 Grand Ave. Fax: (816) 234-4360 Kansas City, MO 64108 Holly Lawton (editor), Kellis Robinett (beat) Robbinett’s e-mail: krobinett@wichitaeagle.com Homepage: www.kansascity.com Wichita Eagle (316) 268-6251 PO Box 820 Fax: (316) 268-6536 Wichita, KS 67201 Kirk Seminhoff (editor), Kellis Robinett (beat) Robinett’s e-mail: krobinett@wichitaeagle.com Homepage: www.kansas.com Salina Journal (785) 823-6363 333 South Fourth Fax: (785) 827-6060 Salina, KS 67401 Bob Davidson (editor), Arne Green (beat) Green’ e-mail: agreen@salina.com Homepage: www.saljournal.com Hutchinson News PO Box 190 Hutchinson, KS 67504 Gene Schinzel (editor) Homepage: www.hutchnews.com

(800) 766-5742 Fax: (620) 662-4186

K-State Collegian (785) 532-6556 Kedzie Hall Fax: (785) 532-6456 Manhattan, KS 66506 Justin Nutter (editor) Nutter’s E-mail: jnutter@ksu.edu Homepage: www.kstatecollegian.com

SPECIALITY PUBLICATIONS Powercat Illustrated (Rivals.com) 785.539.8041 1125 Moro Fax: 785.539.8067 Manhattan, KS 66502 Tim Fitzgerald (publisher), Scott Fritchen, Robert Cassidy Fitzgerald’s E-mail: fitz@spiritstreet.com Homepage: www.gopowercat.com K-StateFans.com (Scout.com) Sean Kelly (editor) Homepage: www.kstatefans.com

(785) 582-4000 (785) 582-3230 Fax: (785) 582-5283

KTKA (Topeka ABC 49) (785) 215-8503 2121 SW Chelsea Drive Fax: (785) 215-8495 Topeka, KS 66614 Nic Hoch, Shane Howard Howard’s e-mail: showard@spiritstreet.com Homepage: www.49abcnews.com WIBW (Topeka CBS 13) (785) 272-6397 631 SW Commerce Place (785) 272-7030 Topeka, KS 66615 Fax: (785) 272-1363 J.B. Bauersfeld (director), Matt Blanchette, Adam Runyan Bayersfeld e-mail: jb.bauersfeld@wibw.com Homepage: www.wibw.com

KCSP (610 AM) 7000 Squibb Rd. Mission, KS 66205 Ryan Maguire (Program Director) Homepage: www.61sports.com

(913) 744-3600 Fax: (913) 677-8080

KGSO (1410 AM) (316) 721-4407 1632 S. Maize Rd. Fax: (316) 721-8276 Wichita, KS 67209 Chris Allison (Sports Director), Steve Webster (Sports Staff) KSAL (1150 AM) Box 80 Salina, KS 67401 Kenny Titus, Sports Director Homepage: www.ksallink.com

(785) 823-1111 Fax: (785) 823-2034

KQLA/KJCK (103.5 FM/94.5 FM) (785) 587-0103 PO Box 789 (785) 762-5525 Junction City, KS 66441 Fax: (785) 462-5387 Dewey Terrill, News Director Homepage: www.kqla.com or www.kjck.com

KMBC (Kansas City ABC 9) (816) 221-9999 6455 Winchester Ave. (816) 760-9343 Kansas City, MO 64133 Fax: (816) 421-4163 John Crumley (director), Len Dawson, Karen Kornacki, Nick Griffith Homepage: www.thekansascitychannel.com

KZUH (92.7 FM) (785) 827-2100 641 W. Cloud Salina, KS 67401 Danny Havel (General Manager), Michael Erb, James Westling Homepage: www.927thefan.com

KSHB (Kansas City NBC 41) (816) 932-4141 4720 Oak Street (816) 932-0717 Kansas City, MO 64112 Fax: (816) 932-4201 Jack Harry (director), Lance Veeser Homepage: www.nbcactionnews.com

WHB (810 AM) (913) 344-1500 6721 W. 121st Street Fax: (913) 344-1599 Overland Park, KS 66209 Kevin Kietzman, Sports Director Kietzman’s e-mail: kevinkietzman@810whb.com Homepage: www.810whb.com

WDAF (Kansas City FOX 4) Signal Hill, 3030 Summit Kansas City, MO 64108 Al Wallace, Jeff Lamb Homepage: www.myfoxkc.com

(816) 753-4567 (816) 932-9212 Fax: (816) 561-4184

Metro Sports (Kansas City Time Warner) (816) 222-5500 6550 Winchester Ave. Fax: (816) 358-5479 Kansas City, MO 64133 Dave Stewart (director), Leif Lisec, Brad Porter Homepage: www.kcmetrosports.com KAKE (Wichita ABC 10) (316) 943-4221 1500 N. West Street (316) 946-1397 Wichita, KS 67203 Fax: (316) 943-5374 Chris Frye, Terrell Benton, Jason Duda Homepage: www.kake.com KSN (Wichita NBC 3) 833 N. Main Street Wichita, KS 67203 Jim Kobbe (director), Casey Walkup Homepage: www.ksn.com

(316) 265-3333 (316) 292-1111 Fax: (316) 292-1195

KWCH (Wichita CBS 12) (316) 838-1212 2815 E. 37th North (316) 831-6140 Wichita, KS 67219 Fax: (316) 831-6180 Bruce Haertl (director), Jenn Bates, Brian Holmgren Haertl’s e-mail: bhaertl@kwch.com Homepage: www.kwch.com

RADIO K-State Sports Network (785) 532-1000 1800 College Avenue Fax: (785) 532-2004 Manhattan, KS 66502 Ben Boyle, General Manager Wyatt Thompson (Play-by-Play), Brian Smoller (Play-by-Play), Stan Weber (Analyst), Matt Walters (Analyst) KMAN (1350 AM) (785) 776-1350 2414 Casement Road Fax: (785) 539-1000 Manhattan, KS 66502 Aaron Leiker, Program Director Matt Walters, Marketing Consultant/Sports Rob Voelker, Sports Director Walters’ e-mail: chilidog@1350kman.com Voelker’s e-mail: robv@1350kman.com Homepage: www.1350kman.com

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NATIONAL MEDIA Baseball America (919) 682-9635 P.O. Box 12877 Fax: (919) 682-2880 Durham, NC 27702 Aaron Fitt Fitt’s e-mail: aaronfitt@baseballamerica.com Homepage: www.baseballamerica.com Collegiate Baseball (520) 623-4530 P.O. Box 50566 Fax: (520) 624-5501 Tucson, AZ 85703 Lou Pavlovich Pavlovich e-mail: lpavlovich@baseballnews.com Homepage: www.collegiatebaseball.com National Collegiate Baseball Writers (312) 553-0483 c/o Conference USA Fax: (520) 624-5501 35 East Wacker Drive, Suite 350 Chicago, IL 60601 Russell Anderson Anderson’s E-mail: rdanderson@c-usa.org Homepage: www.ncbwa.com USA Today Sports Weekly P.O. Box 398838 Miami Beach, FL 33139 Dana Heiss Grodin E-mail: bbwcollege@aol.com Homepage: www.usatoday.com

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DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 138 Phone: (785) 532-6910 Fax: (785) 532-2340 John Currie ____________________________________________________(785) 532-6912 Director of Athletics jcurrie@kstatesports.com Laura Tietjen __________________________________________________(785) 532-7953 Executive Associate Athletic Director/SWA laurat@kstatesports.com Kurt McGuffin __________________________________________________(785) 532-7952 Senior Associate Athletic Director/External Operations kmcguff1@kstatesports.com Rita Bath ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6912 Administrative Assitant to the Athletic Director bath@kstatesports.com Linda Grubbs __________________________________________________(785) 532-6910 Athletic Department Receptionist lgrubbs@kstatesports.com

AHEARN FUND Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 138 Phone: (785) 532-7715 Fax: (785) 532-2340 Chad Weiberg __________________________________________________(785) 532-6901 Associate Athletics Director/Development chadw@kstatesports.com Laird Veach ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7954 Associate Athletics Director/Capital Support lveach@kstatesports.com Lon Floyd ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7707 Assistant Athletics Director - Director of Catbacker Club lfloyd@kstatesports.com Mike Clark ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7716 Director of Development mrclark@k-state.edu Missy Heidrick__________________________________________________(785) 532-7715 Regional Director of Development - Kansas City missyh@kstatesports.com Andrew Hamor ________________________________________________(785) 532-7984 Assistant Director of Development akhamor@kstatesports.com Bernie Haney __________________________________________________(785) 532-5162 Assistant Director of Development bhaney@k-state.edu Linda Rousser __________________________________________________(785) 532-7715 Development Computer Specialist ljr@kstatesports.com

FAN EXPERIENCE AND SALES Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 136 Phone: (785) 532-6911 Fax: (785) 532-7289 Joni Smoller __________________________________________________(785) 532-5769 Director of Fan Experience and Sales joni@kstatesports.com Ron Cook ____________________________________________________(785) 532-5272 Director of Graphic Design rjc7840@k-state.edu

SPORTS MEDICINE Vanier Football Complex/Bramlage Coliseum/Ahearn Field House Phone: (785) 532-6384 Fax: (785) 532-2864 Matt Thomason ________________________________________________(785) 532-6384 Head Athletic Trainer mat9595@k-state.edu Mindy Hoffman ________________________________________________(785) 532-5880 Assistant Athletic Trainer hoffman7@k-state.edu Brandon Yoder ________________________________________________(785) 532-7055 Assistant Athletic Trainer yoder@kstatesports.com Chad Perkins __________________________________________________(785) 587-7776 Assistant Athletic Trainer ciperkin@k-state.edu Craig Tweedy __________________________________________________(785) 532-6988 Assistant Athletic Trainer ctweedy@kstatesports.com Jessica Vance __________________________________________________(785) 532-1156 Director of Ahearn Sports Medicine jjvance@k-state.edu Nobu Takashima ________________________________________________(785) 532-1156 Assistant Athletic Trainer nobu@k-state.edu

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

BUSINESS OPERATIONS Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 142 Phone: (785) 532-6252 Fax: (785) 532-5630 Reid Sigmon __________________________________________________(785) 532-6913 Senior Associate Athletic Director/Administration rsigmon@kstatesports.com Stacy Martin __________________________________________________(785) 532-6252 Assistant Athletic Director for Business smartin@kstatesports.com Kim Linck______________________________________________________(785) 532-7712 Assistant Business Manager klinck@kstatesports.com Cindy Williams ________________________________________________(785) 532-6586 Human Resource Manager cwilliams@kstatesports.com Karen Biehler __________________________________________________(785) 532-6252 Human Resource Specialist kbiehler@kstatesports.com April Havenstein________________________________________________(785) 532-7199 Business Office Accountant aprilh@kstatesports.com

Phone: (785) 395-2670 Fax: (785) 532-3888 Chris Dawson __________________________________________________(785) 395-2670 Head Strength and Conditioning Coach cpdawson@kstatesports.com Darren Honeycutt ______________________________________________(785) 395-2670 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach dhoney@k-state.edu Scott Greenawalt ______________________________________________(785) 532-2733 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach srgreen@k-state.edu Scott Bird ____________________________________________________(785) 532-2809 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach sbird@k-state.edu Danny Cavender ________________________________________________(785) 532-7156 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach cavended@k-state.edu John Kaupp ____________________________________________________(785) 539-2670 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach jkaupp@k-state.edu

COMMUNICATIONS

STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES OFFICE

Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 37 Phone: (785) 532-7982 Fax: (785) 532-7738 Wyatt Thompson ______________________________________________(785) 532-7982 Director of Sportscasting and Public Relations catvoice@kstatesports.com Brian Smoller __________________________________________________(785) 532-5180 Sportscasting/Director of Powercat Vision bsmoller@kstatesports.com Dave Smoller __________________________________________________(785) 532-0912 Creative Director/Internet Services smo@k-state.edu Norm Burge __________________________________________________(785) 532-2701 Senior Video Producer nburge@k-state.edu Preston Koerner ________________________________________________(785) 532-2703 Assistant Video Producer prestonk@k-state.edu Rebecca Varilek ________________________________________________(785) 532-2700 Assistant Video Producer rvarilek@k-state.edu

COMPLIANCE Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 143 Phone: (785) 532-3990 Fax: (785) 532-2296 Jamie Vaughn __________________________________________________(785) 532-6089 Director of Compliance jmvaughn@kstatesports.com Brendan Armitage ______________________________________________(785) 532-7678 Compliance Coordinator barmitage@kstatesports.com Vera White ____________________________________________________(785) 532-3990 Compliance Assistant whitev@kstatesports.com

FACILITY OPERATIONS Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 144 Phone: (785) 532-7276 Fax: (785) 532-7655 Casey Scott ____________________________________________________(785) 532-5263 Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Operations caseys@kstatesports.com Charlie Thomas ________________________________________________(785) 532-7608 Senior Associate Athletics Director for Facility and Event Management cet@k-state.edu

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Jim Muller ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7602 Associate Director of Facility Operations jamesbm@kstatesports.com R.J. Bokelman __________________________________________________(785) 532-7601 Assistant Director of Facility Operations rjb@kstatesports.com Mary Lough ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7276 Facility Operations Accountant mlough@kstatesports.com

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Academic Learning Center Phone: (785) 532-5190 Fax: (785) 532-5191 Jill Shields ____________________________________________________(785) 532-6620 Assistant Athletic Director for Academics and Student Services shields@k-state.edu Ragean Hill ____________________________________________________(785) 532-5193 Program Director of Football Academic Services rrh7364@k-state.edu Liane Fowler __________________________________________________(785) 532-5196 Program Director of Specialized Learning lfowler@k-state.edu Kristin Waller __________________________________________________(785) 532-5409 Academic Counselor/Life Skills Coordinator rethman@kstatesports.com Jamie Hamor __________________________________________________(785) 532-5097 Academic Counselor jamieh@k-state.edu Roger Johnson ________________________________________________(785) 532-6987 Academic Counselor rojo@k-state.edu Kyle Sny ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5293 Academic Counselor ksny@k-state.edu Dianna Philippi ________________________________________________(785) 532-5190 Administrative Assistant for Student Services dianna@k-state.edu

TICKET OPERATIONS Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 146 Phone: (800) 221-CATS Fax: (785) 532-7689 Robin Fosha __________________________________________________(785) 532-2880 Director of Ticket Operations rfosha@kstatesports.com Neel Narotam __________________________________________________(785) 532-5582 Assistant Director of Ticket Operations nnarotam@k-statesports.com Stephanie VanDeCreek __________________________________________(785) 532-7681 Assistant Director of Ticket Operations sjv@k-state.edu


QUICK FACTS/BROADCAST GENERAL INFORMATION/UNIVERSITY

ASSISTANT COACHES/STAFF

Location ________________________________________Manhattan, KS 66502 Founded ____________________________________________________1863 Enrollment __________________________________________________23,581 Nickname__________________________________________________Wildcats School Colors ________________________________________Purple and White Affiliation ____________________________________________NCAA Division I Conference __________________________________________________Big 12 President ______________________________________________Dr. Kirk Schulz Alma Mater (Year) __________________________________Virginia Tech (1986) Vice President/Athletics Director ______________________________John Currie Alma Mater (Year) __________________________________Wake Forest (1993) Faculty Representative____________________________________Dr. Mike Holen Alma Year (Year) ______________________________________Stanford (1967) Athletic Department Phone ______________________________(785) 532-6910 Ticket Office __________________________________________1-800-221-CATS

Pitching/Recruiting ______________________________________Sean McCann Hitting/Catchers ________________________________________Andy Sawyers Volunteer Assistant____________________________________Anthony Everman Strength Coach ____________________________________________Scott Bird Director of Operations____________________________________Justin Tadtman Athletic Trainer __________________________________________Craig Tweedy Graduate Managers __________________________Matt Plante and Matt Ueckert

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium________________________________________Tointon Family Stadium Year Opened/Re-Dedicated __________________________________1961/2002 Capacity ____________________________________________________2,331 All-Time Record ______________________________________693-429-1 (.618) Dimensions __________________________________LF - 340; CF - 400; RF - 325 Press Box Phone ______________________________________(785) 532-5801

HISTORY Seasons of Baseball ____________________________________Entering 110th First Season of Baseball __________________________________________1897 All-Time Record __________________________________1,560-1,598-10 (.494) All-Time Conference Record ______________________________511-938-3 (.353) Big 12 Conference Record ______________________________118-235-3 (.336) All-Time Conference Tournament __________________________________11-21 Big Eight Conference Tournament __________________________________4-14 Big 12 Conference Tournament ____________________________________7-7 NCAA Appearances/Last ________________________________________1/2009 Last Postseason____________________________________2009 NCAA Regional

HEAD COACH Head Coach ________________________________________________Brad Hill Alma Mater (Year)__________________________________Emporia State (1985) Record at K-State __________________________________193-146-3 (6 Years) Record Overall ____________________________________611-237-3 (15 Years) Baseball Office Phone __________________________________(785) 532-3926 Best Time To Contact Hill ____________________________________Contact SID

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TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Overall Record ____________________________________43-18-1 (.702) 2009 Big 12 Record ______________________________________14-11-1 (.558) 2009 Postseason Play ____________________2-2 (NCAA Houston [Rice] Regional) 2009 Final Ranking ______19th (Baseball America); 20th (Rivals); 22nd (Coaches’) Conference Finish________________________________________________4th Letterwinners Returning/Lost ____________________________________15/14 Position Starters Returning/Lost__________________________4/5 (DH Returning) Pitchers Returning/Lost____________________________________________8/6 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost ____________________________________4/3 Newcomers ____________________________________________________16

POSITION STARTERS RETURNING (4) Player Carter Jurica Nick Martini Jason King Adam Muenster

Ht. 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-10

Wt. 185 193 216 189

Cl. Jr. So. Jr. Sr.

Pos. IF OF IF DH

Avg. .353 .336 .316 .292

Wt. 205 200 175

Cl. Sr. So. So.

Pos. C OF IF

Avg. .321 .250 .174

Wt. 189 193 200 180 190 204

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

W-L 5-2 4-1 2-1 2-2 2-1 (5 S) 2-2

ERA 4.33 4.44 4.58 4.88 5.50 6.39

OTHER KEY RETURNERS (3) Player Daniel Dellasega Mike Kindel Jake Brown

Ht. 6-1 6-2 5-11

TOP RETURNING PITCHERS (6) Player Thomas Rooke Ryan Daniel Kayvon Bahramzadeh Matt Applegate James Allen Evan Marshall

Ht. 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1

Longtime associates of the baseball program, Matt Walters and Brian Smoller begin their 12th year as the primary voices of Kansas State baseball. Walters is in his 15th year at KMAN where he serves as host of the daily talk show, “The Game” and “Powercat Gameday,” a pre-game show for K-State football. Walters also serves as the play-by-play voice of Manhattan High Football and Boys Basketball. He is also the public address announcer for K-State women’s basketball and serves as the sideline reporter for K-State football broadcasts and color analyst for select K-State basketball broadcasts on the K-State Sports Network. Smoller not only handles duties for baseball, but he has also been the play-by-play voice of the Wildcat volleyball team for the last 10 years, and has handled play-by-play duties for K-State women’s basketball for the past six. Smoller, a longtime voice at KMAN along with Walters, is in his fourth year at Kansas State as the Sportscasting/Director of Powercat Vision. A 1999 K-State graduate, Smoller has won 16 Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards, including six first place awards for play-by-play. In 2003, Smoller was named the Oscar Stauffer Sportscaster of the Year. Catch all the excitement of Kansas State baseball on SportsRadio 1350 KMAN all season long. KMAN broadcasts can be heard on both the AM dial at 1350 in Manhattan and the internet at both the KMAN website (www.1350kman.com) and the official site of Kansas State athletics (www.kstatesports.com). Walters and Smoller broadcast all Big 12 games and numerous non-conference games that will be announced at a later date. Baseball SID Ryan Lackey will assist the duo on road games by serving as the color commentator, while the “Voice of the Wildcats,” Wyatt Thompson, will serve as the play-byplay voice for network broadcasts. Also, the Brad Hill Radio Show will air bi-weekly from 7 until 8 p.m. and will be broadcast live from Misty’s Bar and Grill in Manhattan. The show is hosted by Smoller and Walters.

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SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN GAMES February ........................................6 March ..........................................19 April ............................................18 May ............................................13 Home ..........................................28 Road............................................19 Neutral ..........................................9 Day ..............................................36 Night ..........................................20 Monday ........................................2 Tuesday ........................................7 Wednesday....................................4 Thursday........................................1 Friday ..........................................13 Saturday ......................................16 Sunday ........................................13 Conference ..................................27 Non-Conference ..........................29 vs. Atlantic 10 ....................2 vs. Atlantic Sun....................2 vs. Big East..........................2 vs. Big Ten ..........................2 vs. Colonial..........................2 vs. Horizon ..........................4 vs. Independent ..................2 vs. Ivy ..................................1 vs. Mid-American ................5 vs. Missouri Valley ..............3 vs. Mountain West ..............2 vs. Southern ........................2 2009 NCAA Regional Teams ........10 Non-Tournament Teams ..............17 In Kansas ....................................30 In Florida ......................................8 In Texas..........................................6 In South Carolina ..........................4 In Missouri ....................................3 In Oklahoma..................................3 In Utah ..........................................2

DAY DATE OPPONENT The Citadel Shootout - Charleston, S.C. Friday Feb. 19 vs. Delaware^ Saturday Feb. 20 vs. East Tennessee State^ Sunday Feb. 21 at The Citadel Monday Feb. 22 at The Citadel Russmatt Central Florida Invitational - Winter Haven, Fla. Saturday Feb. 27 vs. Duquesne# Sunday Feb. 28 vs. Northeastern# Monday March 1 vs. St. Bonaventure# Tuesday March 2 vs. Western Michigan# Wednesday March 3 vs. Villanova# Bright House Invitational - DeLand, Fla. Friday March 5 at Stetson Saturday March 6 vs. Notre Dame% Sunday March 7 vs. Harvard% FRIDAY MARCH 12 KENT STATE SATURDAY MARCH 13 KENT STATE (DH) SUNDAY MARCH 14 KENT STATE TUESDAY MARCH 16 CREIGHTON FRIDAY MARCH 19 UW-MILWAUKEE SATURDAY MARCH 20 UW-MILWAUKEE (DH) SUNDAY MARCH 21 UW-MILWAUKEE FRIDAY MARCH 26 OKLAHOMA STATE* SATURDAY MARCH 27 OKLAHOMA STATE* SUNDAY MARCH 28 OKLAHOMA STATE* TUESDAY MARCH 30 WICHITA STATE Thursday April 1 at Texas Tech* Friday April 2 at Texas Tech* Saturday April 3 at Texas Tech* FRIDAY APRIL 9 NEBRASKA* SATURDAY APRIL 10 NEBRASKA* SUNDAY APRIL 11 NEBRASKA* Tuesday April 13 at BYU Wednesday April 14 at BYU FRIDAY APRIL 16 BAYLOR* SATURDAY APRIL 17 BAYLOR* SUNDAY APRIL 18 BAYLOR* Tuesday April 20 at Wichita State Friday April 23 at Missouri* Saturday April 24 at Missouri* Sunday April 25 at Missouri* TUESDAY APRIL 27 CHICAGO STATE WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 CHICAGO STATE Friday April 30 at Oklahoma* Saturday May 1 at Oklahoma* Sunday May 2 at Oklahoma* TUESDAY MAY 4 MINNESOTA WEDNESDAY MAY 5 MINNESOTA FRIDAY MAY 7 TEXAS* SATURDAY MAY 8 TEXAS* SUNDAY MAY 9 TEXAS* Friday MAY 14 at Kansas* SATURDAY MAY 15 KANSAS* SUNDAY MAY 16 KANSAS* Friday May 21 at Texas A&M* Saturday May 22 at Texas A&M* Sunday May 23 at Texas A&M* Wed.-Sun May 26-30 Big 12 Championship!

In Central Time Zone ..................42 In Eastern Time Zone ..................12 In Mountain Time Zone..................2

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SITE Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Provo, Utah Provo, Utah MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Wichita, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Lawrence, Kan. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla.

* Big 12 Conference Game ^ Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in Charleston, S.C. # Chain of Lakes Park in Winter Haven, Fla. % Melching Field in DeLand, Fla. ! Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, Okla. All Dates and Times CENTRAL and TENTATIVE All Home Games are Played at Tointon Stadium

TIME 11 a.m. 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 10 a.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m.


VISITING MANHATTAN LODGING Best Western 601 East Poyntz Ave. ____________537-8300 Candlewood Suites (Junction City) 100 Hammons Drive ____________238-1454 Clarion Hotel 530 Richards Drive ______________539-5311 Comfort Inn 150 East Poyntz Ave. ____________770-8000 Comfort Suites 1020 Hostetler Drive ____________539-9449 Courtyard By Marriott (Junction City) 310 Hammons ________________210-1500 Fairfield Inn by Marriott 300 Colorado St. ______________539-2400 Hampton Inn 501 East Poyntz Ave. ____________539-5000 Holiday Inn at the Campus 1641 Anderson Dr. ______________539-7531 Motel 6 510 Tuttle Creek Blvd.____________537-1022 Quality Inn 150 East Poyntz Ave. ____________770-8000 Super 8 200 Tuttle Creek Blvd.____________537-8468

TRANSPORTATION Manhattan Regional Airport 5500 Fort Riley Blvd. ____________587-4567 Avis Rent-A-Car 5500 Fort Riley Blvd ____________539-0900 Enterprise Rent-A-Car 4810 Skyway Drive ______________537-6000 7920 East Highway 24 __________537-0557 Hertz Rent-A-Car 5500 Fort Riley Blvd. ____________539-0261 National Car Rental 5500 Fort Riley Blvd. ____________539-8814

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FINDING TOINTON STADIUM From the West (Manhattan Regional Airport) • Take Kansas Highway 18 east into Manhattan. Exit at Kansas 113 (Seth Childs Road) heading North. Stay on Seth Childs Road until reaching the Kimball Ave., exit. Turn right onto Kimball and follow it one mile to College Ave., and turn right. Go one block and turn left into the Bramlage Coliseum parking lot. The stadium is located at the intersection of Kimball and College next to Bill Snyder Family Stadium and Bramlage Coliseum. From the East (Kansas City) • Exit I-70 at Highway 177 (exit 313) and head north on 177 until reaching Manhattan. Turn left on 3rd street, proceed to the first light and turn left again on Tuttle Creek Blvd. Head north on Tuttle Creek until reaching Kimball Ave. Turn left on Kimball and go two miles to College Ave. The stadium will be on your left-hand side.

RESTAURANTS Applebee’s Bar & Grill Manhattan Town Center __________537-0408 Buffalo Wild Wings 1231 Moro ____________________323-9464 Carlos O’Kelly’s Manhattan Town Center __________537-4688 The Chef (Breakfast) 111 South 4th St. ______________537-4100 Chili’s Grill and Bar 213 Fort Riley Blvd.______________537-1250 Chipotle Mexican Grill 606 North Manhattan Ave. ________587-8029 CoCo BoLo’s 1227 Bluemont Ave. ____________537-4700 Early Edition (Breakfast) 3210 Kimball Ave. ______________539-3255 Famous Dave’s Barbeque 910 Commons Place ____________537-2401 Freddy's Frozen Custard 229 McCall Rd. ________________320-2301 Hibachi Hut/Texas Star 608 North 12th St. ______________537-9077 Houlihan’s 1641 Anderson Avenue __________776-5909 Kite’s Grille and Bar 615 North 12th St. ______________776-4300 8200 South Port Drive __________537-7500 La Fiesta Mexican 2301 Tuttle Creek Blvd. __________539-7255 Little Apple Brewing Company 1110 Westloop ________________539-5500 Old Chicago 100 Manhattan Town Center ______537-3322 Planet Sub 708 North Manhattan Dr. ________537-8782 Rambler’s Steakhouse 8711 East Highway 24 __________539-4989 Rock-A-Belly Bar & Deli 718 North Manhattan Ave ________539-8033 So Long Saloon 1130 Moro ____________________537-9292 Willie’s Sports Bar and Grill/The Pub 307 Seth Child Rd. ______________539-6746 Whiskey Creek Woodfire Grill 200 Manhattan Town Center ______776-7300 *All phone numbers are area code 785

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BRAD CLEMENT IF • 5-11 • Fr.-HS Brunswick, Ohio

RYAN MOORE OF • 5-11 • Fr.-HS Chandler, Ariz.

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14 RYAN DANIEL RHP • 5-11 • Sr.-1L Fort Collins, Colo.

19 THOMAS ROOKE LHP • 5-11 • Jr.-2L Spring, Texas

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MATT APPLEGATE RHP • 6-0 • So.-1L Wichita, Kan.

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MATT GILLER IF • 6-1 • So.-1L Manhattan, Kan.

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JAMES ALLEN RHP • 6-0 • So.-1L St. Charles, Mo.

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TANNER WITT IF • 5-10 • Fr.-HS Hawthorn Heights, Ill.

12 BLAIR DEBORD C • 5-11 • Fr.-HS Manhattan, Kan.

ADAM MUENSTER IF/OF • 5-10 • Sr.-3L Omaha, Neb.

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5 CARTER JURICA IF • 5-11 • Jr.-2L Katy, Texas

8 DANIEL DELLASEGA C • 6-1 • Sr.-3L Pittsburg, Kan.

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JUSTIN LINDSEY RHP • 6-4 • So.-1L Chandler, Ariz.

TYLER STURGES RHP • 5-9 • Fr.-HS Edmond, Okla.

17 KENT URBAN OF • 6-0 • Jr.-JC Seward, Neb.

23 KAYVON BAHRAMZADEH RHP • 6-1 • So.-1L Tucson, Ariz.

JAKE BROWN IF • 5-11 • So.-1L Russell, Kan.

13 BEN HEAIRET LHP • 6-6 • Fr.-RS Omaha, Neb.

18 MIKE KINDEL OF • 6-2 • So.-1L Springboro, Ohio

24 DAVID ALLDAY IF • 5-11 • Jr.-JC Texarkana, Texas


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NICK COCKING OF • 6-0 • Fr.-RS Wichita, Kan.

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NICK MARTINI OF • 5-11 • So.-1L Crystal Lake, Ill.

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CHASE GRASKEWICZ C • 5-10 • Fr.-HS Hudson, Wis.

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38 KEITH PICHT RHP • 5-10 • Fr.-HS Olathe, Kan.

11 BRAD HILL Head Coach Seventh Season

DALE KUBE RHP • 6-0 • Fr.-HS Appleton, Wis.

37 SEAN MCCANN Assistant Coach Seventh Season

BRANDON FAULKNER RHP • 6-4 • Jr.-JC Yates Center, Kan.

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RYAN DOWNS RHP • 5-10 • Fr.-HS Mesa, Ariz.

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JASON KING IF • 6-0 • Jr.-2L Dublin, Ohio

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KYLE HUNTER LHP • 6-2 • So.-1L Galesburg, Ill.

EVAN MARSHALL RHP • 6-1 • So.-1L Sunnyvale, Calif.

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GERARDO ESQUIVEL RHP • 5-11 • Fr.-HS Chicago, Ill.

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TYLER GIANNONATTI RHP • 5-11 • Fr.-HS Chandler, Ariz.

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JAKE DOLLER RHP • 6-2 • Fr.-HS Lake Waukomis, Mo.

ROBERT HAWKINS LHP • 6-3 • Fr.-HS Greeley, Colo.

33 ANDY SAYWERS Assistant Coach Second Season

ANTHONY EVERMAN Volunteer Assistant Coach First Season

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2010 ROSTER NO. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 34 35 36 38 40 44 45

NAME Ryan Moore Brad Clement Carter Jurica Tanner Witt Jake Brown Daniel Dellasega Adam Muenster Blair DeBord Tyler Sturges Ben Heairet Ryan Daniel Matt Applegate Matt Giller Kent Urban Mike Kindel Thomas Rooke James Allen Justin Lindsey Kayvon Bahramzadeh David Allday Nick Cocking Nick Martini Chase Graskewicz Jason King Brandon Faulkner Evan Marshall Kyle Hunter Ryan Downs Gerardo Esquivel Jake Doller Keith Picht Dale Kube Tyler Giannonatti Robert Hawkins

STAFF 11 Brad Hill 37 Sean McCann 3 Andy Sawyers 33 Anthony Everman Scott Bird Justin Tadtman Craig Tweedy

POS OF IF IF IF/OF IF C IF/OF C RHP LHP RHP RHP IF OF OF/IF LHP RHP RHP RHP IF OF OF C IF RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP

WT 172 177 185 177 175 205 189 200 160 177 193 180 215 224 200 189 190 183 200 207 189 193 180 216 205 204 200 155 167 200 177 180 195 200

YR-EXP Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-3L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Sr.-1L So.-1L So.-1L Jr.-JC So.-1L Jr.-2L So.-1L So.-1L So.-1L Jr.-JC Fr.-RS So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Jr.-JC So.-1L So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

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

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Chandler, Ariz. (Corona del Sol) Brunswick, Ohio (St. Ignatius) Katy, Texas (Katy) Hawthorn Woods, Ill. (Lake Zurich) Russell, Kan. (Russell) Pittsburg, Kan. (Pittsburg Colgan) Omaha, Neb. (Millard North) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Edmond, Okla. (Santa Fe) Omaha, Neb. (Burke) Fort Collins, Colo. (Fort Scott CC) Wichita, Kan. (North) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Seward, Neb. (Barton County CC) Springboro, Ohio (Springboro) Spring, Texas (Oak Ridge) St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) Tucson, Ariz. (Catalina Foothills) Texarkana, Texas (Texarkana JC) Wichita, Kan. (Maize) Crystal Lake, Ill. (Prairie Ridge) Hudson, Wis. (Hudson) Dublin, Ohio (Jerome) Yates Center, Kan. (Allen County CC) Sunnyvale, Calif. (Homestead) Galesburg, Ill. (Galesburg) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesa) Chicago, Ill. (De La Salle) Lake Waukomis, Mo. (Rockhurst) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe South) Appleton, Wis. (Freedom) Chandler, Ariz. (Corona del Sol) Greeley, Colo. (Greeley West)

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Coach Strength Coach Director of Baseball Operations Athletic Trainer

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Freshmen ____________________13 Redshirt-Freshmen________________2 Sophomores __________________10 Juniors ________________________6 Seniors ________________________3

Arizona ________________________5 California ______________________1 Colorado ______________________2 Illinois ________________________4 Kansas ________________________8 Missouri ______________________2 Nebraska ______________________3 Ohio __________________________3 Oklahoma ______________________1 Texas ________________________3 Wisconsin ______________________2

Kayvon BAHRAMZADEH __ba-ROM-za-da Blair DEBORD ____________da-BOARD Gerardo ESQUIVEL __________es-KA-vel Tyler GIANNONATTI ______G-ah-NOTTI Chase GRASKEWICZ ____GRASS-ka-wits Ben HEAIRET ________________HAIR-it Carter JURICA ______________jur-EE-ka Dale KUBE ________________KOO-bee Adam MUENSTER __________Mun-ster Keith PICHT __________________PICK-t Kent URBAN ______________URR-bon

BY POSITION Right-Handed Pitchers ____________14 Left-Handed Pitchers ______________4 Catchers ______________________3 Infielders ______________________8 Outfielders ____________________5

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David Allday

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James Allen

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Matt Applegate

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Kayvon Bahramzadeh

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Jake Brown

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Brad Clement

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Nick Cocking

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Ryan Daniel

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Blair DeBord

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Daniel Dellasega

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Jake Doller

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Ryan Downs

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Gerardo Esquivel

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Brandon Faulkner

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Tyler Giannonatti

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Matt Giller

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Chase Graskewicz

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Robert Hawkins

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Ben Heairet

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Kyle Hunter

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Carter Jurica

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Mike Kindel

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Jason King

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Dale Kube

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Justin Lindsey

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Evan Marshall

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Nick Martini

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Ryan Moore

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Adam Muenster

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Keith Picht

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Thomas Rooke

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Tyler Sturges

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Kent Urban

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2010 OUTLOOK

Following a historic 2009 season, the 2010 Wildcats will play with...

RAISED EXPECTATIONS Many people outside the confines of Tointon Family Stadium did not think too highly of Kansas State’s chances prior to the 2009 season. The Cats, who were coming off a 29-29 campaign in 2008, were predicted to finish ninth in the Big 12 Preseason Coaches’ Poll and they did not find their name in a single top 25 ranking. With a little heart, determination, hustle and a never-say-die attitude, all Kansas State did was finish with a school record 43 wins, advance to its first ever NCAA Regional, finish fourth in the Big 12 and claim a spot in all of the final national polls, including a No. 19 ranking by Baseball America. The Wildcats had many other accomplishments throughout the 2009 season, including the school’s first top-10 ranking, the most Big 12 wins in school history and 11 team or individual records, not to mention Big 12 Coach and Pitchers of the Year honors. But, what stands out in everyone’s mind and will be a cornerstone for the Wildcats’ rise in the college baseball realm is the way they play the game. That attitude will be needed again this season as Kansas State lost five position starters and all three weekend starters from a year ago. But, as equally concerning is the loss of experienced leaders.

PITCHING For the first time since 2005, Kansas State must replace all three weekend starters, beginning with the 2009 Big 12 Pitcher of the Year and consensus All-American, A.J. Morris. Morris’ accomplishments speak for themselves: a Dick Howser Trophy semifinalist, a College Baseball Foundation Pitcher of the Year finalist and a Golden Spikes Award finalist. The Humble, Texas, product finished the season with 14 wins, which ranked second in the nation, and a 2.09 ERA, which ranked sixth. The junior also set four single-season school records, including victories and strikeouts (100). But K-State will also miss the solid, grind-it-out starts it received from seniors Lance Hoge and Todd Vogel. Despite the fact that Hoge and Vogel’s Big 12 starts averaged 4.5 innings and 4.0 innings, respectively, the two veterans were able to control the first half of the game and hand it over to the bullpen. “I’m not sure we have an A.J. Morris. I can’t say anyone is ever going to be an A.J. Morris,” said Hill. “That was an incredible year and I’m not sure if anyone can duplicate that here at Kansas State. But what I do like is the depth. Our depth could be better as far as being able to go to the bullpen more to guys that are comfortable.”

“We had great leadership on the field, but now we lose six starters and three starting pitchers in A.J. The depth that Hill speaks about is prevalent when you look at game appearances returning for Morris, Lance Hoge and Todd Vogel,” said head coach Brad Hill. “There is going to be a lot of new Kansas State. The Wildcats return seven pitchers with at least 10 appearances from the previous season, the second most in Brad Hill’s seven years in Manhattan. people put into different positions on the field.” Those who will try to fill that void will be three seniors – two of which are entering their fifth year in the program – in Daniel Dellasega, Adam Muenster and Ryan Daniel. The Cats will also rely heavily on the leadership of junior infielder Carter Jurica and sophomore outfielder Nick Martini for the first time in their careers. “Their role on the field is not going to bother me as much as maybe their role as leaders because it’s something that neither one of them have had put upon their shoulders,” said Hill of Jurica and Martini. “The thing about Nick is he is also one of our guys that can keep guys loose,” Hill said. “What he’s going to have to find is that fine line of when to keep the guys loose and also when it’s time to kick it up a notch, get that intense focus and make sure guys are doing the right thing.” The challenge of those leaders will be different than years past as Kansas State will try to build on its first NCAA Regional appearance in school history. “On the outside, people are looking for us to do it again,” Hill continued. “Our goal is to find our identity this year and go from there. I think we are talented and we have great athletes. The key is going to be getting guys comfortable and confident in their roles, learning how to play every day and grinding it out. If that happens, then there’s no reason why we shouldn’t have those same expectations.”

At the top of that list is junior left-hander Thomas Rooke. Rooke set the single-season record for relief appearances in 2009 with 31, but that is likely to change as Rooke will be relied upon to be a weekend starter for the first time in his career. “It’s time for him to step into that role and be a leader,” Hill said. “He’s been with us for two years and we look for him to be the experienced guy that should be able to go out there and know what we’re going to get for five or six innings.” Rooke has shown signs in the past that would lead his coaches and teammates to believe that he could be an effective starter. In a game at Texas Tech during his freshman season in 2008, Rooke came on in relief in the second inning of a 4-4 game. All he did was pitch 7.1 scoreless frames, allowing three hits and striking out five batters in 101 pitches. As a starter for the Texas Collegiate League’s McKinney Marshals last summer, Rooke went 3-0 with a 2.31 ERA in seven starts. Justin Lindsey, who redshirted as a sophomore in 2009, is back and looks to be a prime candidate for a weekend spot. This summer, the Chandler, Ariz., native was named the No. 4 prospect in the Jayhawk League by Baseball America, helping his El Dorado Broncos win the Jayhawk League, National Baseball Congress (NBC) Midwest Regional and the NBC World Series after earning a 5-1 record and a 2.45 ERA. Ryan Daniel, who was mainly used as a mid-week starter in 2009, will be called on to be part of the weekend rotation to open the season. The right-hander gave the Cats a chance early in the season

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2010 OUTLOOK in a start at No. 11 San Diego when he did not allow an earned run in 5.1 innings. He also earned a win at in-state rival Wichita State.

Brown earned four starts at second base early last season due to an injury that forced Carter Jurica to move from second to shortstop. Although he only hit .174, Brown was stellar in the field as he was perfect on all 25 fielding chances.

“You know what you’re going to get from him,” Hill said of Daniel. “He’s experienced and he’s tough. He’s going to pitch through some situations, get us through the fifth inning and then turn it over to Witt was one of the top recruits out of Illinois last year as he earned numerous top-five rankings from the bullpen.” Prep Baseball Report. The Hawthorn Woods, Ill., native was actually slated to backup the outfield during the fall, but was forced to move to second base. The bullpen might be more vital to the pitching staff’s success compared to previous years due to the lack of experienced starters. But, most relievers that look to be a major factor in 2010 have proven Allday came to K-State following an ultra-successful stint at Texarkana College. The Texarkana, Texas, success against Big 12 competition. native hit .438 as sophomore, earning second team all-America honors, while being named the Player of the Year in the Region XIV’s East Zone as a sophomore. A trio of sophomores – James Allen, Evan Marshall and Matt Applegate – combined for a 6-5 record and six saves in 76 appearances last season and will be used heavily in many different situations in One would think that the translation from being the MVP of a junior-college conference to Division 2010. I could be smooth, but that wasn’t the case for Allday at first. Allen recorded five saves, including one against No. 4 Arizona State and two at Nebraska, but also showed that he could be extended for multiple innings as he pitched two or more innings on nine occasions. The St. Charles, Mo., product will be given more of a closer responsibility as a sophomore. Marshall was the top stopper on the team last season, usually bridging the gap between a starter or middle reliever to Allen. The Sunnyvale, Calif., product was especially efficient when it came to limiting inherited runners (14-of-38 scored) and first batters faced (22-of-28 retired). Marshall’s role could change, however, in 2010.

“Early, there wasn’t much translation, but it took time to understand the Division I game a little bit and what it takes to be good at this level. He came on the last two weeks of fall and was probably one of our better hitters. We need him to be. After losing Jason King, he needs to step up and be able to fill that void in the middle of the order for us. Potentially, he showed that he could do that. He needs to continue to work hard and understand what it takes to be successful at this level,” said Hill.

Two cornerstones of the program – Jurica and King – were originally thought to make a perfect tandem on the left side of the infield, but an injury to King over the summer changed those plans. King, the starting third baseman from a year ago who hit in the No. 5 spot in the lineup, will likely be out “Evan probably has the best pure stuff on our team, thus his role is kind of what he wants it to be,” for the season. commented Hill. “If he can learn to pitch under control and learns how to pitch through tough situations, he could be a Friday-night type of guy. His nemesis right now is his maturity level, which all Enter the second fifth-year senior on the Wildcat roster – Adam Muenster. Muenster played outfield young guys have. A.J. was such a great example last year because he was a guy that had great stuff as a freshman and sophomore and moved to infield last season, but was a staple as the leadoff man and really figured out how to pitch when it got tough.” and designated hitter in 2009. Muenster, who prepped at second base as a junior, will face a new challenge in third base. Applegate, who was primarily a middle reliever in 2009, could also figure into the starting rotation in some capacity, despite only pitching 27.2 innings in 24 appearances last season. “I thought Adam was our best choice at third base,” Hill said. “He is very athletic. Now it’s a new challenge for him to play third base. It’s something he did last summer. It appears he’s motivated to “Applegate and Marshall are in between,” said Hill. “Those two guys have the physical capacity to be a good third baseman, which I think is exciting for us.” do that, now they just need the mental capacity to do that.” Muenster is also destructive to opposing teams on the base paths as he has 52 career stolen bases, Kansas State also returns sophomore right-hander Kayvon Bahramzadeh, who showed promise but which is nine away from the school record. missed half the season due to an injury; and Kyle Hunter, a sophomore left-hander who seemed to really come along towards the end of his freshman year. Jurica is the top returning hitter from a season ago in which he hit .353. For his efforts, Jurica was a Second Team All-Big 12 honoree. He tied for seventh in school history in single-season hits (84) and The Wildcats brought in eight freshmen pitchers to help bolster the bullpen and possibly start mid- runs scored (61), while he was one fielding assist shy of tying the single-season record. week games. Of those eight, Hill said a trio of right-handers in Tyler Sturges, Tyler Giannonatti and Jake Doller could see some innings immediately. Matt Giller returns for his sophomore season after displaying some power last season in limited action. The Manhattan product went 6-for-15 with a homer and six RBI. Giller could be in the mix at “Sturges has an opportunity to be the go-between guy before James Allen closes. He can also be a designated hitter, while he will back up at first base. guy that can close when James needs a break. He shows great velocity and he changed his arm angle a little bit. The key to him is that he has that breaking pitch that he can throw for a strike The Cats also brought in freshman middle infielder Brad Clement, who was named to the ESPN Rise pretty consistently. All-Northeast Ohio team as a shortstop. “We also really like Tyler Giannonatti. He has shown very good maturity and composure for a freshman. You couldn’t tell if he had given up five runs or no runs. We’ll see if that if that continues in the spring when it counts differently. Those two guys did a really nice job this fall.

OUTFIELD The outfield is another area in which the Wildcats took heavy losses from last season. Of the three starters last year, only Nick Martini returns. Center fielder Dane Yelovich, who was quick and efficient in the field, and right fielder Jordan Cruz, who provided power to the bottom third of the lineup, “I think the darkhorse guy would be Jake Doller, who has real good stuff. He has a very good arm, graduated, leaving Hill to create a new mix. great movement on the fastball. He could slide in there and be a key guy for us.” Martini, who started 61 of last year’s 62 games in left field, will move to center and become the CATCHERS leader of the group. As one of the top freshmen in the Big 12 last season, Martini finished third on The Wildcats must replace three-year starter Rob Vaughn behind the plate, but return Daniel Del- the team in hitting at .336 and fourth in stolen bases with 19. He also established new school freshlasega, who is in his fifth year in the program. The Pittsburg, Kan., native has started 41 career games man records for hits (54) and runs scored (78). A native of Prairie Ridge, Ill., Martini was named a in three years of competition, including a career-high 16 in 2009. He had a breakout season at the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 selection. plate as a junior, hitting .321, but Hill is more concerned about his work behind the plate. Martini will be flanked in left field by redshirt freshman Nick Cocking. Cocking, a Kansas product, was “He can’t worry about anything other than leading by example and being vocal,” said Hill. “He needs named all-state as a sophomore and senior. However, Cocking will have to rebound from an injury to have the confidence that, ‘I’m the guy. If I go 0-for-4, who cares. I need to handle the pitching staff, that set him back during the fall. limit the running game and make sure everyone else is understanding how we need to be doing things.’” “Cocking had a great start to the fall, but unfortunately broke his thumb. If he rebounds from that and gets back to the form that he had at the beginning of the fall, then there’s no question he won K-State will need to break in a backup catcher and will look to two freshmen – Chase Graskewicz the left-field job,” said Hill. and Blair DeBord – to do so. Graskewicz is a three-time all-state honoree from Wisconsin, while DeBord earned Louisville Slugger High School All-American honors as a senior at Manhattan High Much like Yelovich two years ago, the Wildcats will rely on a walk-on junior-college transfer in the School. outfield as Kent Urban will begin the season in right field. Urban, who came to K-State from Barton County CC, was an All-Jayhawk Conference honorable mention honoree as a sophomore after hit“We’re excited for the future of Blair DeBord and Chase Graskewicz,” said Hill. “We really thought ting .344. But outside his numbers, he has impressed the Wildcat coaching staff by his work ethic. Blair swung the bat well and Chase caught really well. Chase is probably the better thrower, but Blair is ahead offensively. One of those guys is going to have to back up because Daniel he is not “He was our best hustler in the fall. His maturity level is very high for a junior-college guy coming going to catch 56 games. Someone is going to have to jump into that backup role and be able to in. He understands what his strengths and limitations are, but I wouldn’t bet against him to be out show leadership as a freshman.” there a lot this spring and be one of our key players.” INFIELD The 2010 K-State infield will not see a regular starter return to their same position from a year ago. The right side of the infield will consist of junior-college transfer David Allday at first base and a mix between sophomore Jake Brown and freshman Tanner Witt at second.

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Backing up the trio will be freshman Ryan Moore, who had a solid career as a prep in Chandler, Ariz. Moore held a career .379 average and was named all-state as a senior, but he is still a work in progress.


BRAD HILL

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11 BRAD HILL HEAD COACH Seventh Season Emporia State ’85 Hard work and determination has fueled the Kansas State baseball program since Brad Hill was introduced as the head coach during the summer of 2003. After a steady climb the first five season of his tenure, Hill’s efforts paid off last season when he guided the Wildcats to a historic season. Through six years as the K-State skipper, Hill has guided the Wildcats from the depths of the league to the program’s best record in school history and the first NCAA Regional appearance in 2009. In fact, K-State baseball is the only program among all Big 12 football, men's and women's basketball, volleyball and baseball programs to improve its conference winning percentage each of the last six years. Hill is also sixth in the nation among active coaches with a career winning percentage of .720. The 2009 season proved to be the most storied in the program's 109-year history. Predicted to finish ninth in the Big 12 Baseball Preseason Poll, Hill guided K-State to a school-record 43-win season – including a program-best 14 conference victories to finish fourth in the Big 12 regular season standings, the school's best finish since placing second in the Big Eight in 1990. The Cats earned their first Top 10 ranking during the season and finished the 2009 campaign in the national polls for the first time in school history when Baseball America ranked K-State No. 19 in its final poll.

Full Name Brad L. Hill Birthdate May 2, 1962, in Wichita, Kan. Education Emporia State University, B.S. in Physical Education, 1985 Playing Experience Lettered four seasons at Emporia State (1981-84) Played four seasons in the Texas Rangers’ organization (1984-87) Coaching Experience Hutchinson Community College, Head Coach (1988-90) Kansas, Assistant Coach (1991-94) Central Missouri State, Head Coach (1995-2003) Kansas State, Head Coach (2004-Present)

Then, in 2005, the Wildcats took the next step as they won 30 games in a season for just the 10th time ever, doubled their conference wins from the previous season, swept a season series from in-state rival Wichita State for the first time in 50 years and knocked off a No. 1ranked team for the first time in school history, eventual national champion Texas. In 2006, the Wildcats won a school-record 16 straight games and also ended the season on a five-game winning streak, wrapping up the season with a sweep of No. 22 Baylor at Tointon Stadium. Statistically, K-State finished the season in the top half of the league in both hitting (.314) and ERA (3.94). The 3.94 team ERA was the lowest since the 1975 season and the best since the addition of aluminum bats in college baseball. The 2007 campaign saw K-State finish with a 34-24 overall record, one win shy of tying the single-season mark, while the Wildcats advanced to postseason play for the first time since 2002. The Cats won 30 games for the third-straight season and also collected 10 wins in league play, the most since winning 13 in 2002. He also guided current Wildcat closer Daniel Edwards to third-team all-American honors, just the ninth Wildcat to earn All-American honors of any kind and the first since Kasey Weisaar in 1999.

Hill, who garnered 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year and American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Midwest Region Coach of the Year honors, directed K-State to its first ever NCAA Regional appearance when the Cats earned an at-large berth as the No. 2 seed in the Houston (Rice) Regional. The Cats didn't stop there as they tallied a pair of victories in the regional, including one against No. 1 seed and home team Rice, to advance to the regional final. Along the way, the 2009 Wildcats set numerous school marks, including season wins (43), Big 12 victories (14), Big 12 finish (fourth), hits (675), stolen bases (149) and strikeouts (453). Hill also tutored Consensus All-American and Big 12 Pitcher of the Year A.J. Morris, two freshman all-Americans in James Allen and Nick Martini and a total of seven All-Big 12 performers. Four Wildcats also earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors last season, while Jason King and Thomas Rooke were named Academic All-District. Following the conclusion of the 2009 season, five Wildcats were selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, improving Hill's total to 18 since he took over the program in 2004. Not only has Kansas State baseball excelled on the field, but Hill has put an emphasis on his players' performance in the classroom. Under Hill, the Cats have had 30 Academic All-Big 12 selections as well as four Academic All-District honors, including Brett Scott, who was a twotime Academic All-American in 2007 and 2008. In addition, K-State's Academic Progress Rate (APR) has steadily improved, now reflecting an outstanding four-year average of 935. In just his first year, Hill jumped out of the gate and led the Wildcats to a 19-6 record in his first 25 games, including wins over perennial national powers Ohio State and Alabama and 2003 College World Series participant Missouri State (formerly Southwest Missouri State). K-State also garnered its first-ever national ranking at No. 30 during that span, which included an 11game winning streak.

DIVISION I WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES BY PERCENTAGE Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; includes record at four-year colleges only

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

NAME Mike Fox Mike Martin Gene Stephenson Rob Walton Wayne Graham Brad Hill Brian O'Conner Jim Morris Ray Tanner Augie Garrido

CURRENT SCHOOL North Carolina Florida State Wichita State Oral Roberts Rice Kansas State Virginia Miami South Carolina Texas

YEARS 26 Years 30 Years 32 Years 6 Years 18 Years 15 Years 6 Years 28 Years 22 Years 41 Years

RECORD 1039-349-5 1583-538-4 1683-577-3 254-93-0 830-317-0 611-237-3 265-104-1 1237-522-4 975-439-3 1718-793-9

PERCENTAGE .748 .746 .744 .732 .724 .720 .718 .703 .689 .684

Brad Hill was named the 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year after leading the Wildcats to the program’s first NCAA Regional.

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Year. His influence extends off the field as well, as four players have earned Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-American honors. The Mules dominated the Mid-American Athletic Association (MIAA) during Hill's tenure, winning eight conference titles and posting a 198-17 (.921) league mark. The seven-time conference Coach of the Year has coached six league most valuable players, two freshman of the year and one pitcher of the year. In all, 43 players have earned first team All-MIAA honors under Hill. In each of his last six seasons, Central Missouri led the MIAA in batting average, earned run average and fielding percentage. In 2003, the Mules not only led the league in all three categories, but also ranked in the top 10 nationally in the NCAA. CMSU ranked second in Division II in batting average (.363), fourth in scoring (9.7 runs/game), seventh in ERA (3.14) and 10th in fielding percentage (.968). Before coming to Central Missouri in 1995, Hill was an assistant coach at the University of Kansas for four seasons under his college coach, Dave Bingham. As the Jayhawks' hitting coach and recruiting coordinator from 1991-94, he helped Kansas to a 144-92 overall record and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances, including the school's first and only trip to the College World Series in 1993. The 1993 team broke school records for most hits, doubles, triples, home runs and stolen bases in a single-season. Of note, the Jayhawks posted a 10-7 record against the Wildcats during Hill's tenure in Lawrence.

The 2008 Wildcats, fielding a roster of 16 juniors and seniors, entered the season looking to become the first team in school history to reach the NCAA Tournament. K-State dropped early season contests, but started to catch a groove the second half of the season as they won twoof-three against No. 22 Oklahoma State, topped No. 11 UC-Irvine in a dramatic 11-inning affair, defeated No. 25 Texas, won at No. 8 Wichita State, and edged one of the top teams in 2008, No. 3 Arizona State, in its final non-conference game of the season. In conference play, the Wildcats finished the 2008 season with 11 wins to tie for sixth, the most wins and the best finish since 2002. Down the stretch, K-State won four of its final six conference games, including a sweep of in-state rival Kansas. The end of the season is all KState needed for a boost in the conference tournament. Under the tutelage of Hill, the Cats defeated No. 6 Oklahoma State and Baylor to advance to the school’s first Big 12 Title Game. Although K-State was defeated by No. 24 Texas, everyone involved with the program can see just how far the Wildcat baseball program had come in such a short time. After an ultra-successful nine-year stint as the head coach at Central Missouri State (now the University of Central Missouri) in Warrensburg, Mo., Brad Hill took over a Kansas State program in 2004 that had just one winning season in the last six years. Hill came to Kansas State after guiding the Mules to an impressive 418-91 (.821) overall record during his tenure. A seven-time Central Region Coach of the Year, he led UCM to the NCAA Tournament each of his nine seasons, including seven trips to the College World Series. Hill capped his career at Central Missouri by helping the Mules win its second national championship in baseball and first since 1994. For his efforts, he was named the 2003 NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year and College Coach of the Year by the Midwest Professional Baseball Scouts Association. It marked the second time in three seasons that Hill coached the Mules to the championship game. The national championship in 2003 came on the heels of back-to-back record-breaking years by Central Missouri in 2001 and 2002. The Mules posted a then school-record 53 wins in 2001 en route to advancing to their first championship game under Hill where they lost to St. Mary's of Texas by a score of 11-3. A year later in 2002, he broke the school record for wins yet again by posting 54 en route to a third place finish at the College World Series. The Mules' winning percentage of .838 (290-56) over the past six seasons ranks among the best in the nation. Hill's .821 winning percentage ranks second in CMSU baseball history, a mere two points behind current Arkansas head coach Dave Van Horn, who went 51-11 in his one season as coach in 1994. With 481 wins, Hill is the all-time winningest coach in school history with over 200 more victories than the coach in second place (248, Bob Tompkins, 1965-80). Hill has a career head coaching record of 611-237-3 in 15 years, which includes his first five seasons in Manhattan and nine years at Central Missouri State. His teams have won 40 or more games eight times and 50-plus games on four occasions. Under Hill's guidance, a number of Central Missouri players earned national acclaim. He has seen 22 of his players earn All-America distinction as a first, second or third team selection, including 10 first-team honorees. Hill coached at least two All-Americans in eight of his nine seasons at Central, including four each in 2001 and 2002. He has coached one National Player of the Year in 2001 recipient, Chris Umphres, and back-to-back national defensive players of the year (Chris Curry in 2000 and Umphres in 2001). Hill has also helped five individuals earn Central Region Player and Pitcher of the Year accolades, including the last three Players of the

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Prior to joining the Kansas coaching staff, Hill was the head coach at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kan., for three seasons from 1988-90, compiling an 83-50 overall record. His 1989 squad posted a school-record 34 wins, while in 1990 the Dragons registered the highest winning percentage in school history with a 32-9 mark. Hill graduated from Emporia State in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and physical education. He was a four-time NAIA All-America selection for legendary head coach Dave Bingham and the Hornets from 1981-84. Hill capped off his stellar four-year career by helping ESU to the 1984 NAIA College World Series. For his efforts, he was named a second team All-American and the ESU Student-Athlete of the Year. A 1993 inductee into the ESU Athletic Hall of Honor, Hill still owns a majority of the Hornets' career offensive marks, including games played (244), at-bats (809), hits (302), runs scored (241), RBIs (264), doubles (71) and home runs (47). Following his collegiate playing career, Hill spent four seasons in the Texas Rangers' minor league system before entering the coaching profession. A native of Galva, Kan., Hill is a 1980 graduate of Canton-Galva High School where he was a three-sport athlete. Hill and his wife, Crystal, have three children: sons Skylar Southards (26) and Harrison (16) and daughter Shelby Lynne (15).

K-STATE UNDER BRAD HILL 4,280 - Attendance for the 2009 Kansas Game, a Tointon Family Stadium Record 2,144 - Average Home Attendance in 2009, a program best 935 - Four-Year APR Average 193 - Wins 43 - Wins in 2009, a school record 26 - MLB Draft Picks 23 - First Team Academic All-Big 12 Selections 23 - Individual Records Set 14 - Conference Victories in 2009, a school record 13 - Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Selections 12 - Conference Players of the Week 8 - Team Records Set 7 - Second Team Academic All-Big 12 Selections 5 - Second Team All-Big 12 Honorees 4 - 2009 Big 12 Finish, a program best 4 - Academic All-District Honors 4 - Freshman All-Americans 2 - First Team All-Big 12 Honorees 2 - Academic All-American Selections 2 - Coach of the Year Honors (Big 12 and ABCA Midwest Region) 1 - Consensus First Team All-American


HEAD COACH BRAD HILL

THE BRAD HILL FILE Hometown: Galva, Kan. (Canton-Galva High School, McPherson, Kan.) Birthdate: May 2, 1962 Education: Emporia State '85 (B.S. Health and Physical Education)

HILL’S COACHING EXPERIENCE 1988-90 - Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College, Head Coach (83-50, .624); 1991-94 - University of Kansas, Assistant Coach/Hitting/Recruiting Coordinator (144-92, .610); 1995-2003 - Central Missouri State University, Head Coach (418-91, .821); 2004-Present Kansas State University, Head Coach (193-146-3, .569).

HILL’S YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

School Hutchinson CC Hutchinson CC Hutchinson CC Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Central Missouri State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State

Position Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach

Record 17-23 34-18 32-9 31-28 25-28 45-18 40-18 49-10 40-12 39-13 39-8 43-10 50-13 53-10 54-8 51-7 26-30 30-25 31-20-2 34-24 29-29 43-18-1

League Finish

5th (11-13)/Big 8 T6th (8-16)/Big 8 2nd (17-9)/Big 8 3rd (17-9)/Big 8 1st (15-1)/MIAA 1st (16-2)/MIAA 1st (17-2)/MIAA 1st (20-2)/MIAA 2nd (20-1)/MIAA 1st (29-1)/MIAA 1st (26-3)/MIAA 1st (28-3)/MIAA 1st (27-2)/MIAA 10th (4-23)/Big 12 10th (8-19)/Big 12 9th (8-17-2)/Big 12 8th (10-16)/Big 12 t6th (11-16)/Big 12 4th (14-11-1)/Big 12

Postseason

NCAA Mideast Regional Champion, CWS Series (8th) NCAA Atlantic II Regional Participant NCAA Central Region Champions, CWS (3rd) NCAA Central Region Participant NCAA Central Region Champions, CWS (T5th) NCAA Central Region Champions, CWS (T7th) NCAA Central Region Participant NCAA Central Region Champions, CWS (T5th) NCAA Central Region Champions, CWS (2nd) NCAA Central Region Champions, CWS (3rd) NCAA Central Region Champions, National Champions

Big 12 Championship Big 12 Championship Title Game NCAA Regional (Rice Regional Finalist)

Overall Coaching Record: 835-379-3/22 years Overall Head Coaching Record: 611-237-3/15 years (NCAA Division I and II) Record at Hutchinson Community College: 83-50/3 years Record at Kansas: 144-92/4 years Record at Central Missouri State: 418-91/9 years Record at Kansas State: 193-146-3/6 years

HILL’S COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS • 2003 NCAA Division II National Championship • Two Trips to the NCAA Division II National Championship Game (2001, 2003) • Seven Trips to the NCAA Division II College World Series (1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) • Seven NCAA Central Region Championships (1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) • Nine Consecutive Trips to the NCAA Division II Tournament (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002) • Eight Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) Championships (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) • One NCAA Division II Player of the Year (Chris Umphres, First Base, 2001) • Two NCAA Division II Defensive Players of the Year (Chris Curry, Second Base, 2000; Chris Umphres, First Base, 2001) • 22 All-Americans (10 first team, eight second team and four third team) • Four Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (Bob Poisal, 1995; Aaron Christensen, 1997; Brayden Whitney, 1998; Corey Clinefelter, 2001) • Five NCAA Central Region Players of the Year (1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003) • Five NCAA Central Region Pitchers of the Year (1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002) • 43 First Team All-MIAA Conference Selections and 11 All-Big 12 Selections • Six MIAA Most Valuable Players (1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) • Two MIAA Freshman of the Year (1998, 2003) • K-State’s second-ever Freshman All-American (Ben Hornbeck, 2006) • Has led Kansas State to two national rankings in four seasons and three-straight 30-win seasons • Led K-State to 34 wins in 2007, the third-most in school history • Coached relief pitcher Daniel Edwards to third-team All-American honors, the school’s first All-American since 1999 • K-State’s third Freshman All-American (Thomas Rooke, 2008) • Led K-State to its first Big 12 Championship Title Game in 2008 • Guided Kansas State to a school-record 43 wins and the team’s first ever regional appearance in 2009 • Tutored pitcher A.J. Morris to consensus All-American honors • K-State’s fourth and fifth Freshman All-Americans (James Allen and Nick Martini in 2009)

HILL'S COACHING HONORS • Winningest Head Coach in Central Missouri State history (418) • 2003 NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year • Seven-time Central Region Coach of the Year (1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) • Seven-time Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) Coach of the Year (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) • Two-time Missouri/Illinois Area College Coach of the Year by the Greater St. Louis Area Baseball Scouts Association (1998, 2001) • 2003 College Coach of the Year by the Greater Midwest Professional Baseball Scouts Association • 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2009 American Baseball Coaches’ Association (ABCA) Midwest Region Coach of the Year

HILL'S PLAYING HONORS • Guided Emporia State to a 155-91 (.630) record from 1981-84 capped by an appearance in the 1984 NAIA College World Series (2-2) • Inducted into the Emporia State Athletic Hall of Honor in 1993 • Four-time All-American (first team in 1981, honorable mention in 1982 and 1983 and second team in 1984)

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Full Name Sean M. McCann Birthdate August 17, 1971, in Indianapolis, Ind. Education St. Francis College (Ft. Wayne, Ind.), B.S. in Political Science and Education, 1993 Central Missouri State University, M.S. in Political Science and Education, 1996 Playing Experience Lettered two seasons at St. Francis College (1990-92) Coaching Experience Ole Miss, Volunteer Assistant Coach (1994) Central Missouri State, Assistant Coach (1995-97) Northwestern State, Assistant Coach (1998-2000) Bossier Parish CC, Head Coach (2002) Missouri, Assistant Coach (2003) Kansas State, Assistant Coach (2004-Present)

SEAN MCCANN PITCHING COACH Seventh Season St. Francis ’93

Sean McCann, in his seventh season at Kansas State as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator, has transformed the Wildcat pitching staff into one of the best in the Big 12 Conference and school history during his time in Manhattan. Heading into his 16th season as a collegiate coach, McCann brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Kansas State pitching staff and has sent numerous players to the professional ranks, as 28 former pitchers McCann helped bring along freshman Ben Hornbeck in 2006, who became K-State’s secondhave gone on to sign pro contracts. ever Freshman All-American after Collegiate Baseball honored the lefthander after a solid rookie campaign. In just six seasons at K-State, nine Wildcat pitchers have been taken in the Major League Amateur Draft, including two starters off the 2009 squad. Seven pitchers have earned conference In 2005, McCann spearheaded a Wildcat staff that garnered the then-lowest team ERA (4.22) pitcher of the week honors, including one national award, and three others have earned Allsince the move to aluminum bats in college baseball back in 1976. Also, the Wildcats boasted America status, most recently A.J. Morris, who was a Consensus First Team All-American in two seven-game winners in Chase Mitchell and Adam Cowart for the first time since 1985. 2009. The Kansas State pitching corps has flourished under the tutelage of McCann, and one has to look no further than the numbers the K-State hurlers have put up the past five seasons. The squad has posted the school’s top five team ERAs in the past five seasons, including a 4.52 team ERA in 2009, which ranked third in school history. The 2009 staff also broke a 12-year school record for strikeouts with 453, 25 more than the previous school record of 428 in 1997. McCann also led the K-State hurlers to top-10 marks in fewest walks per nine innings (second; 2.8), lowest opponent batting average (tied for fifth; .282) and fewest hits allowed per nine innings (tied for sixth; 9.9). K-State’s team ERA of 4.52 under McCann was fourth in the Big 12, which marked the best placing since the inception of the Big 12. The 2006 squad finished the season fifth, but since 1997, only two squads finished higher than seventh in ERA. K-State also ranked first in the conference in fewest number of walks, tied for first in complete games, third in runs allowed and fourth in earned runs allowed. And in the national statistics, McCann’s hurlers were 14th in the country in walks allowed per nine innings.

In his first season in Manhattan, McCann led a pitching staff that compiled a team ERA just above 5.00, the lowest ERA for a Wildcat team in over 15 years. K-State also had two pitchers drafted in the June MLB Amateur Draft in Carlos Torres and Jared Brite. In all, McCann has coached 28 pitchers who have gone on to play in the professional ranks, including current San Diego Padre ace Brian Lawrence and Torres, who made his Major League debut in 2009 with the Chicago White Sox. McCann spent the 2003 season as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Big 12 Conference rival Missouri. The Tigers posted a 36-22 overall record in 2003, including a 15-11 mark in league play, and advanced to NCAA Regional play for the first time in seven years. McCann's pitchers were a major reason for Missouri's rise to the top of the Big 12 in 2003, as the staff ranked second in walks per nine innings (2.81) and third in strikeouts per nine innings (7.58), while registering four shutouts. Overall, the pitching staff ranked among the conference's top teams in a number of categories, including first in walks (158), second in shutouts, third in hits allowed (565), fifth in strikeouts (426) and opponent batting average (.280) and sixth in earned run average (5.07). In his brief stint, McCann helped shave over two earned runs per game off the team's total from 2002 from 7.09 to 5.07 and lowered the opponent batting average from .324 to .280, as the Tigers posted a 12-game improvement, including a six-game jump in Big 12 games.

Much of the pitching staff’s success fell on A.J. Morris who, under McCann’s tutelage, went from a 4-4 record and a 6.04 ERA in 2008 to the best single-season output by any Wildcat in school history. Morris, who was a Consensus All-American and the first Big 12 Pitcher of the Year in school history, set the single-season school record in four categories, including victories (14), Three Tiger pitchers earned All-Big 12 honors under McCann's guidance, including second team innings pitched (116.1), strikeouts (100) and pitching decisions (15). His 14 victories were tied all-conference selection Justin James. James, along with fellow starter Derek Roper, were both for the third most in Big 12 history, while he also recorded the lowest ERA by a Wildcat in 33 selected in the 2003 Major League Baseball Draft, in which James became Missouri's highest years at 2.09. draft pick since 1988 when he was selected with 140th overall pick in the fifth round by the Toronto Blue Jays. Tiger hurler Andy Shipman also signed with the Boston Red Sox last sumMorris was also a finalist for the College Baseball Foundation Pitcher of the Year and Golden mer. Spikes Awards under McCann’s watch. He also tied for first in the Big 12 in complete games, finished second in innings pitched, third in games started, and fifth in strikeouts and opponent McCann came to Missouri following a one-year stint as the head coach at Bossier Parish Combatting average. And, on a national level, McCann directed Morris to the second-most victomunity College in Bossier City, La. Prior to Bossier Parish, he spent three years as the top asries and the sixth-lowest ERA in the NCAA. sistant to head coach John Cohen at Northwestern State in Natchitoches, La. From 1998-2000, McCann guided a Demon pitching staff that recorded the nation's fifth-best team ERA in 1998 Morris wasn’t the only McCann protégé making headlines in 2009 as Thomas Rooke was and a Southland Conference Championship. McCann coached Brandon Emanuel, who as a named to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year watch list, while James Allen earned Louisville Slugsecond-round selection in 1998 became NSU's highest draft pick ever. After finishing his playger Freshman All-American honors. ing career, Emanuel was named the pitching coach for the Cedar Rapids Kernels, a Single A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angles, prior to the 2008 season. Another of McCann's protégés is With departing seniors Brad Hutt and Daniel Edwards leading the staff, the 2008 Wildcats held San Diego’s Lawrence, who was the 1998 Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year. As NSU's a team ERA of 5.12, which was fourth in school history at the time. The 2008 squad also recruiting coordinator, he was responsible for signing 10 eventual all-Southland performers, inrecorded the third-lowest walks per nine innings (3.1) and tied for the 10th fewest hits per nine cluding two SLC Newcomers of the Year. He also lured a 21-player class in 2000 that resulted innings (10.3). He coached Hutt (second team) and Edwards (honorable mention) to All-Big 12 in the Demons winning back-to-back Southland Conference titles in 2001 and 2002. honors, while each left K-State holding numerous school records. Hutt is tops on the school’s career list for innings pitched (326.1), pitching decisions (38) and tied for first in wins (25). EdA member of Brad Hill's original staff at Central Missouri State (now University of Central Miswards broke the school’s career record for saves (26), appearances (86) and relief appearances souri) from 1995-97, McCann coached numerous Mule pitchers who signed professional con(86), as well as the single-season saves record with 12 in 2008. tracts, including Josh Reynolds, who was UCM’s highest-ever draft selection when he went in the third round of the 2000 draft. He also mentored three first team All-Americans and seven In 2007, K-State pitchers registered a 4.68 team ERA – good for third in school history – while all-conference pitchers. As recruiting coordinator, he signed five All-Americans and 13 eventual they also recorded its second-lowest opponent batting average of .270, and also gave up the all-conference performers, leading to three straight MIAA Conference titles and two trips to the second fewest hits per nine innings (9.3) in school history. Closer Daniel Edwards had an outCollege World Series. In the first and last seasons of that stretch, the Mules finished the seastanding junior season, tying the school record for saves with 11 and was named a third-team son among the nation's top-five Division II programs. All-American and also earned ABCA All-Region honors. Friday night starter Brad Hutt tied the school record for wins in a season with nine, including an eight-inning outing in K-State’s win McCann earned a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Saint Francis in Fort over Nebraska in the Big 12 Championship. For his efforts, Hutt was named to the all-tournaWayne, Ind., in 1993. The Indiana native also earned a master's degree in education from Cenment team, as well as being named honorable mention All-Big 12. tral Missouri State in 1996.

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ANDY SAWYERS

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3 ANDY SAWYERS HITTING COACH Second Season Nebraska ’98 An 11-year coaching veteran with ties to the Big 12, Andy Sawyers is entering his second season as the Wildcats’ hitting coach after being appointed by head coach Brad Hill on June 26, 2008. Sawyers also works with the team’s catchers while assisting Sean McCann with recruiting efforts. In just one season in Manhattan, Sawyers was able to guide the Wildcat hitters to one of their better seasons in school history. The Cats finished the season as the top-hitting squad in the Big 12 with a .318 average, which was the third-best in school history and the highest average since the 1997 squad hit .326. The Wildcats were able to lead the league in hitting as six of their nine regular starters hit .300 or better, while the squad produced 42 games with 10 or more hits and set the school record with 675 hits on the season. K-State also ranked among the conference leaders in on-base percentage (second; .399), runs scored (second; 458), hits (second), RBI (second; 420), doubles (third; 123); and fewest strikeouts (fourth; 393).

Full Name Andrew R. Sawyers Birthdate May 24, 1975, in Willits, Calif. Education Mendocino College, Ukiah, Calif. University of Nebraska, B.A. in History, 1998 University of Nebraska, M.S. in Education, 2000 Playing Experience Lettered two seasons at Nebraska (1997-98) Coaching Experience Northwestern State, Volunteer Assistant Coach (1999) Kearney River Bandits (MINK League), Head Coach (1999) Nebraska, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2000) Hutchinson Community College, Head Coach (2000-02) Nebraska, Assistant Coach (2002-07) Texas A&M, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2008) Kansas State, Assistant Coach (2009-Present)

Sawyers’ coaching career began at Northwestern (La.) State in 1999 as the volunteer assistant coach, working on the same staff as current Wildcat pitching coach Sean McCann. That season, the Demons went 38-21 en route to a second-place finish in the Southland Conference. Sawyers began his playing career at Point Loma (Calif.) Nazarene College in 1994. Following a year off, he played at Mendocino (Calif.) Junior College in 1996 before finishing up his playing career at Nebraska as the catcher for the 1997 and 1998 teams. He started 76 career games at Nebraska, including 59 contests in 1997 when he batted .268. A native of Willits, Calif., Sawyers is married to the former Dena Lindeblad and received his bachelor’s (1998) and masters (2000) degrees from Nebraska.

The Cats also improved their power numbers under Sawyers in 2009 as K-State his 58 home runs, the third most in school history and the most since 1997. Kansas State also led the conference with 22 triples, while the Wildcats finished 20th in the nation in that category. The K-State offense was also potent without the bat as Sawyers’ aggressive coaching style led the Wildcats to a school-record 149 stolen bases, just two steals away from tying the Big 12 record. The 149 steals were tops in the Big 12 and second nationally. Three Wildcats finished in the top-20 of the conference in hitting in Justin Bloxom (fourth; .361), Carter Jurica (tied for eighth; .353) and Nick Martini (18th; .336). Six Wildcats earned postseason All-Big 12 honors as Jurica was named to the second team, while Bloxom, Martini, Drew Biery, Jordan Cruz and Jason King earned honorable mention accolades. Sawyers also guided Martini to Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American honors.

Andy and Dena Sawyers

Sawyers came to K-State with impressive credentials after working on Big 12 Conference championship staffs at Nebraska and Texas A&M. Sawyers joined the coaching staff at Texas A&M for the 2008 season. While in College Station, Sawyers handled the outfielders and assisted hitting coach Jeremy Tolbot, helping the Aggies win a Big 12 regular-season championship and earn a berth into the school’s second-straight NCAA Super Regional. He helped tutor junior shortstop Jose Duran to both Big 12 Newcomer and Player of the Year Awards, as well as five other Aggies who were named All-Big 12 in 2008. Prior to his appointment at Texas A&M, Sawyers was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Nebraska for the 2003-07 seasons, helping the Huskers earn four trips to the NCAA Tournament, including a showing at the 2005 College World Series. Sawyers, who lettered two years at Nebraska, worked with 13 Huskers who were selected in the Major League Draft, including two-time Big 12 Player of the Year Alex Gordon, who, in 2005, won five national playerof-the-year awards before being taken as the second overall pick by the Kansas City Royals. “He knows what he's talking about when it comes to hitting. He's one of the smartest coaches I have had the pleasure of playing for. K-State is making a great pickup hiring Andy Sawyers,” said Gordan at the time of Sawers’ hiring. Sawyers took on all hitting responsibilities at Nebraska beginning with the 2006 season, when the team batted .310 – its best mark in four years – and ranked in the top three of the Big 12 in home runs, stolen bases, on-base percentage and slugging percentage. He also served as the academic coordinator and worked with the catchers during his time in Lincoln. Additionally, Sawyers helped the Huskers recruit their highest-rated class in school history, as the 2004 recruiting class was ranked 16th nationally by Collegiate Baseball. After serving as the volunteer assistant at Nebraska in 2000, Sawyers spent the 2001 and 2002 seasons as the head coach at Hutchinson Community College, compiling an 87-30 record and two postseason berths. In 2001, the Dragons went 40-16 and won the Jayhawk West Sub-Regional, while the 2002 squad set a school record with 47 wins and was ranked as high as seventh by the NJCAA.

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ANTHONY EVERMAN

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33 ANTHONY EVERMAN VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH First Season Loras College ’03 Anthony Everman, a native of the Midwest, joins the Kansas State coaching staff as a volunteer assistant for the 2010 season. Everman will assist hitting coach Andy Sawyers and will tutor the Wildcat outfielders, while serving as the first base coach. Everman came to Kansas State from Arkansas State where he was the assistant hitting coach, coached the team’s catchers and also coached first base. He assisted head coach Tommy Raffo with the daily practice schedule and was the coordinator of the Tommy Raffo Baseball Camps. Prior to his one-year stint in Jonesboro, Everman served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Ferrum College in Ferrum, Va. He also served as the athletic department's strength and conditioning coach and was an adjunct professor in the Physical Education/Health Sciences department. Everman also brings a wealth of summer-league experience to Kansas State as he was the manager and head coach of the Covington Lumberjacks in Covington , Va., for two seasons. Everman has also served as an assistant at Virginia Tech, his alma mater, Loras College (Iowa) and Waukon High School in Waukon, Iowa. A native of Decorah, Iowa, Everman graduated with a degree in physical education from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, where he played baseball and was an All-Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Academic selection on two occasions. He earned his Masters of Science in Physical Education from Virginia Tech in 2005.

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Full Name Anthony A. Everman Birthdate September 14, 1980, in Decorah, Iowa Education Loras College (Dubuque, Iowa), B.A. in Education, 2003 Virginia Tech, M.S. in Education, 2005 Playing Experience Lettered one season at Coe College [Cedar Rapids, Iowa] (2000) Lettered three seasons at Loras College (2001-03) Coaching Experience Virginia Tech, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2004-06) Ferrum College, Assistant Coach (2007-08) Arkansas State, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2009) Kansas State, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2010)


SCOTT BIRD

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SCOTT BIRD STRENGTH COACH Fifth Season Northeastern State ’87 Scott Bird was hired in August 2005 as the head strength coach for the baseball program at Kansas State and works primarily with the team at the John Allen Strength Facility at Tointon Stadium. Bird, who has 20 years of proven success in the field of Strength and Conditioning, has worked with a variety of men's and women's sports at some of the country's highest ranked universities. Bird has coached 34 All-Americans, five conference players of the year - including Stacey Dales of Oklahoma Women’s Basketball and A.J. Morris in 2009 - and has had 43 players go on to play professional baseball, including Greg Dobbs of the Philadelphia Phillies.

Full Name Scott Bird Birthdate July 1, 1965, in Oklahoma City, Okla. Education Northeastern (Okla.) State, B.A. in Health and Physical Education, 1987 Playing Experience Played two seasons of football at Oklahoma (1984-85) Played two seasons of football at Northeastern (Okla.) State (1986-87) Professional Experience Oklahoma, Graduate Assistant (1989-92) Texas Tech, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (1992-93) The Ohio State University, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (1994-97) Oklahoma, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (1997-2001) Missouri, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (2001-2005) Kansas State, Strength and Conditioning Coach (2005-Present)

Following the 1985 season at Oklahoma, Bird transferred to Northeastern State University, where his football team won the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference in 1987. He earned a bachelor's degree in health and physical education with a double minor in education and journalism from NSU in 1987. Bird is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Assoc. as well as the Collegiate Bird spent the previous four seasons as an Assistant Director of Strength and Condi- Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. tioning at the University of Missouri. Bird's responsibilities at Missouri included assisting with the player development program for football as well as being responsible for the development of Tiger baseball and Lady Tiger gymnastics. Bird was also the Director of the Mizzou Performance Club. Prior to Missouri, Bird spent four years at the University of Oklahoma, working with the Sooner football program, including the 2000 Big 12 and National Championship team. Bird also directed the program for the nationally-ranked women's basketball team that won two Big 12 Championships and made two Sweet Sixteen appearances. In addition to football and women’s basketball, Bird worked with the OU baseball squad. Bird attended Oklahoma and was a member of the school's 1985 national championship football team under coach Barry Switzer. He returned to Oklahoma four years later as a graduate assistant (1989-92) before serving a one-year stint at Texas Tech (1992-93). The McLoud, Okla. native, then spent three years (1994-97) on the strength staff for The Ohio State University strength staff where he was in charge of 10 sports, including the Buckeyes' women's volleyball team that won the 1994 Big 10 Championship and advanced to the 1994 NCAA Final Four and the 1995 and 1996 regional finals. He also assisted with the OSU football program, which was co-Big 10 champions in 1996. Scott Bird and Liz Townsend

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MATT UECKERT

JUSTIN TADTMAN DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Third Season Kansas State ’05

GRADUATE MANAGER Second Season Texas A&M ’07

A life time Kansas State supporter and graduate, Justin Tadtman is in his third season as the Director of Baseball Operations. In his role, Tadtman is responsible for all areas of operations for the program, including all recruiting, travel and budgetary issues. He is also in charge of the maintenance of all equipment, uniforms and practice gear, as well as the Wildcats’ home, Tointon Family Stadium. Prior to his appointment with K-State baseball, Tadtman worked five years in athletic operations, serving as a graduate assistant and event manager. Tadtman collaborated with athletic staff members in preparation for events at Kansas State. Before he started in K-State athletics, Tadtman was the assistant pro shop manager at Stagg Hill Golf Course in Manhattan. While at Stagg Hill, he assisted in the daily operations of the pro shop and co-managed over 20 golf tournaments per year at the course. Born in Wichita, Kan., but raised in Manhattan, Tadtman earned his bachelor’s degree in social sciences with an emphasis in economics from Kansas State in 2005. Tadtman and his wife, Katie, reside in Manhattan and have one son, Colten (3) and one daughter, Aubrey (2).

Matt Ueckert is in his second season as a graduate manager for the Kansas State baseball team. In his capacity, Ueckert is responsible for the team’s equipment and video operations, while assisting with other daily team functions. Ueckert is no stranger to Big 12 baseball as he lettered at Texas A&M in 2006 and 2007. He earned a 4-1 record with a 3.98 ERA in 43.0 innings pitched during the 2006 season, earning wins in three of his first four appearances. Prior to Texas A&M, Ueckert lettered at Rice in 2003 and 2004, and used a medical redshirt in 2005. As a sophomore in 2004, he was a perfect 3-0 with a 3.06 ERA in 35.1 innings. Following graduation in 2007 from Texas A&M with a degree in political science, Ueckert worked for a year in commercial real estate with Marcus and Millichap in Houston, Texas. He is currently pursuing his MBA at Kansas State.

Justin, Katie, Colten and Aubrey Tadtman

MATT PLANTE GRADUATE MANAGER First Season Endicott College ’03 Matt Plante is in his first season as a graduate manager for the Kansas State baseball team. In his capacity, Plante, along with Matt Ueckert, is responsible for the team's equipment and video operations, while assisting with other daily team functions. Plante came to Kansas State from Springfield (Mass.) College where he was the head coach for the sub-varsity program, as well as the hitting and infield coach for the varsity squad. He was also responsible for recruiting, scheduling, apparel and game preparation, helping the Pride finish as the runner-ups in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference in 2008. While in Springfield, he also spent time at Western New England College where he assisted the athletic department in the areas of event management, financial budgeting and scheduling. Plante is also involved in prep baseball as he has been the head coach for the Top Tier Elite Amateur Illinois Baseball Program for the past three seasons. He has led his Under17 team to a 106-26 record since 2007, including a CABA World Series championship and second-place finish in two of the last three years. Plante played three seasons at Endicott College in Beverly, Mass., where he held a career batting average just over .300, while hitting .351 during his senior season, which culminated with a NCAA Regional appearance in 2003. He also played four years of soccer, helping lead his team to the second and third highest win totals in school history. A native of North Bennington, Vt., Plante graduated with a B.S. in Sports Management from Endicott College. He is currently finishing his Masters of Education from Springfield College, while working on a Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution at Kansas State.

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CRAIG TWEEDY

JAMIE HAMOR

ATHLETIC TRAINER First Season Fresno State ’06

ACADEMIC COUNSELOR Second Year Kansas State ’08

Craig Tweedy joined the Kansas State staff in January 2010 as the primary athletic trainer for baseball. Prior to coming to Manhattan, Tweedy worked at Pima Community College in Tucson, Ariz., as he was the primary care provider for numerous sports. Tweedy earned his master’s degree in Teaching and Teacher Education from the University of Arizona in May 2009. While at U of A, Tweedy was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer and was the primary care provider for the Arizona baseball program and assisted with Wildcat football, as well as 16 other sports. During the 2006-07 athletic year, Tweedy worked as an Intern in Athletic Training at the University of Colorado where he was the primary care provider for the women’s tennis team, while assisting with football. A native of Redding, Calif., Tweedy earned his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology-Athletic Training from Fresno State in May 2005, working as a Student Athletic Trainer.

Jamie Hamor is in her second year as an academic counselor for Kansas State Student Services. She is the primary academic counselor for the baseball, tennis, equestrian, and men’s and women’s golf teams. Hamor assists with coordinating support services, continuing eligibility and academic degree progress. Hamor received both her bachelor and master’s degrees from K-State, earning her MS in Counseling and Student Development in 2008. Prior to becoming an academic counselor, Hamor was a graduate assistant with Kansas State Career and Employment Services where she advised students on resume writing, interviewing and job searches. Hamor is a native of Coldwater, Kan. She has four siblings, all of whom graduated from K-State.

CASEY SCOTT

RYAN LACKEY

Associate AD/Operations Baseball Administrator Eighth Year Kansas State ’77

ASSISTANT SID Third Year Kansas State ’07

Now in his 25th season in athletics administration, Casey Scott has been a member of the K-State athletics staff since January 2002. A graduate of Kansas State University from Wichita, Kan., Scott directs the Athletics Operations unit overseeing the department’s game management and special event operations. He also supervises the sports information office, the department’s strength and conditioning program and serves as administrator for the sports of baseball, men’s golf and women’s golf. Since joining the staff at K-State, Scott has helped successfully direct two NCAA women’s basketball tournaments, three NCAA volleyball tournaments, two National Invitation Tournaments, the pre- and post-season WNIT, the Big 12 Conference outdoor track and field championships, cross country championships and men’s golf championship. He has been instrumental in the negotiation and staging of what has become an annual men’s basketball game in the Sprint Center in Kansas City, and will head up K-State’s operational effort for the Iowa State-Kansas State football game in Arrowhead Stadium in 2009 and 2010. Prior to his appointment at K-State, Scott served as Associate Athletics Director for External Operations at Colorado State University, where he oversaw the Rams’ marketing, development, ticketing and special-event operations. After serving for eight years as a staff writer in news and sports at The Wichita EagleBeacon, Scott began his athletics administration career in 1985 as Sports Information Director at Wichita State University. During his more than 12 years on the Shocker staff, he served in roles as Assistant Athletics Director for External Operations, Facilities and Events, and Associate Athletics Director until leaving for Colorado State in 1998. Scott earned a B.S. in journalism and mass communication from Kansas State in 1977. He and his wife, Christy, have a son, Brett, and a daughter, Shannon.

Ryan Lackey is in his third year as Assistant Sports Information Director and his seventh year overall at Kansas State. In his capacity, Lackey works primarily with the Wildcat baseball and football programs, while overseeing publicity efforts for men’s and women’s golf. Lackey started as a student assistant in the sports information office working with the men’s and women’s cross country teams in 2004, while assisting with all 16 sports at Kansas State. During the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons, Lackey was the media contact for the K-State men’s golf team. Both his 2006-07 men’s golf, his 2008 and 2009 baseball media guides earned “Second in the District” honors from CoSIDA, while his 2009 baseball media guide was judged ”Ninth in the Nation.” While working at K-State, Lackey has had the opportunity to volunteer for various championship events, including NCAA Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds, Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championships and Big 12 Football Championships. A native of Overland Park, Kan., Lackey is a 2007 graduate of Kansas State, obtaining his Bachelor’s of Science in marketing and is a member of CoSIDA and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). He and his wife, Natalie, reside in Manhattan.

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DR. KIRK SCHULZ

DR. KIRK SCHULZ UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT First Year Virginia Tech ’86 Chosen in February 2009 by the Kansas Board of Regents as the 13th president of Kansas State University, Kirk H. Schulz immediately set to work getting to know people and programs around the university. An avid communicator, he began writing letters to the campus community soon after he was selected as president. He also blogs, tweets and makes himself available to news media on a regular basis. He has been meeting with faculty, staff and students on a regular basis as well. This fall, he plans to bring the campus community together to develop a vision of what K-State will look like in 2025. Schulz is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Before coming to K-State, he served as vice president for research and economic development at Mississippi State University. Schulz began his career in 1991 as an assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. He moved in 1995 to Michigan Tech as an assistant professor of chemical engineering. He was promoted to associate professor in 1998 and was named chair of the department of chemical engineering at Michigan Tech the same year. In 2001, he moved to Mississippi State University to become director of the Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering and holder of the Earnest W. Deavenport Jr. endowed chair. In 2005, he was selected as dean of the James Worth Bagley College of Engineering and the inaugural holder of the Earnest W. and Mary Ann Deavenport Jr. endowed chair. In 2007, he was named interim vice president for research and economic development and was named to the permanent position later that year. Schulz was born in Portsmouth, Va., in 1963 and grew up in Norfolk,Va., where he attended Norfolk Christian High School. He attended Old Dominion University for three years and transferred to Virginia Tech in 1984. He graduated with B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering in 1986 and 1991, respectively. He completed his doctoral work in metal oxide surface chemistry under the direction of Dr. David Cox. He is a member of ABET, the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and technology. He is also a member of its Engineering Accreditation Commission. Schulz is an active member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and also the American Society for Engineering Education. In recognition of his work in chemical engineering, he was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2007 and a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education in 2008. Schulz is married to Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz, Paslay professor of electrical and computer engineering at K-State. They have two sons, Tim, a freshman at Mississippi State University, and Andrew, a freshman at Manhattan High School. Kirk Schulz’s parents are Carl and Judy Schulz, Norfolk, Va.

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Shortly after being named K-State’s new president, Dr. Schulz threw out the first pitch at a game in 2009 against Texas Tech.

PRESIDENT‚S CABINET

PAT BOSCO

AMY BUTTON RENZ

FRED CHOLICK

JOHN CURRIE

VP of Student Life and Dean of Students

President and CEO of the Alumni Association

President and CEO of KSU Foundation

Director of Athletics

APRIL MASON

JEFFREY MORRIS

SUE PETERSON

CHUCK REAGAN

Provost and Senior Vice president

VP for Communications and Marketing

Director of Governmental Relations

Chief of Staff Deputy to the President

BRUCE SHUBERT

R.W. TREWYN

VP of Administration and Finance

Vice President of Research


JOHN CURRIE CURRIE‚S VISION FOR A MODEL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS PROGRAM • A world-class student-athlete experience

JOHN CURRIE

• Value to our University, community and state • Integrity and transparency in relation to ethics, NCAA compliance and finance

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS First Year Wake Forest ’93

• Championship-level athletic performances • The best fan experience in the Big 12

John Currie, who was introduced as Kansas State’s 15th Director of Athletics on May 18, has emphasized the importance of accessibility and accountability early in his tenure as K-State sets its sights on achieving the vision of having a model intercollegiate athletics program. A highlight of Currie’s early initiatives was the implementation of the “K-State Pledge” in July which includes a series of financial accountability measures and core values that will serve as the foundation of K-State’s vision. Among those values are five goals: a world-class student-athlete experience; value to the University, city and state; integrity and transparency in relation to ethics, finance and NCAA compliance; championshiplevel athletic performances; and the best fan experience in the Big 12. In an effort to create the best fan experience possible, Currie’s staff created new ticket initiatives for football that led to the largest home-opening crowd in Bill Snyder Family Stadium history on September 5, 2009 (50,750). In his first 60 days on the job, Currie also worked to establish relationships across campus, through steps such as personally visiting with K-State deans in their respective offices. He also serves as a member of President Kirk Schulz’s cabinet and has made presentations and held question and answer sessions with many other campus organizations. Currie also immediately implemented a communications plan in an effort to regain the trust of all Wildcat fans, which included in-person stops throughout the state, regular online letters and chats and K-State’s first-ever FanForum conference call, which saw more than 3,000 fans participate. Understanding the importance of coaching continuity in building successful programs, Currie moved quickly to sign 2009 Big 12 Baseball Coach of the Year Brad Hill and women’s basketball head coach Deb Patterson to a contract extensions and also led the effort to complete the five-year contract for legendary returning football coach Bill Snyder. Currie began his duties as Athletics Director on June 8 after 10 years at the University of Tennessee, most recently serving as Executive Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Director Mike Hamilton. Currie was responsible for the direct management of units that annually produced $84 million in revenue and gifts, including the department’s fundraising, marketing, ticketing, media relations, public relations, internet and broadcasting offices. Currie also provided oversight for the men’s basketball program and other department initiatives and helped direct numerous searches that led to the hiring of successful head coaches. An integral member of the facility planning team for UT’s $200 million master plan renovations for Neyland Stadium, Currie also directed a $36 million arena renovation and basketball practice facility construction project that was completed in the fall of 2007. He developed and implemented the revenue models to fund both projects without outside funding from the state or local government, tax dollars or University-derived support. Currie’s accomplishments at Tennessee included helping the University secure a $50 million commitment in 2006 for academic and athletic needs, a gift which represented the largest from an individual in Tennessee history. Units under his direction also negotiated an $84 million multi-media rights contract with then-Host Communications, and a $19.3 million all-sport contract with Adidas. Under his leadership, giving to Tennessee athletics more than doubled from $19.5 million in 2003 to $41.6 million in 2008. Currie led the negotiation and implementation of new student season ticket sales for football in 2008, resulting in $900,000 of new department revenue in its first year. He also implemented new regular-season football sales strategies that helped Tennessee set a new single-game attendance record of 109,061 in 2004. Tennessee’s athletic facilities as a whole benefitted from Currie’s efforts as the development office secured individual-naming recognition gifts that included $4 million for a new aquatic center, $2 million for a new softball stadium, $1.5 million for a new soccer stadium and $2 million for baseball renovations. Tennessee’s track complex also was renovated, while ground was broken last summer for a new Greg Norman-designed intercollegiate golf practice complex and clubhouse. Currie oversaw the development and execution of a comprehensive marketing plan in 2005 that led to attendance at SEC home basketball games improving 54 percent from the previous year, while student attendance increased by 197 percent.

Currie joined the Tennessee staff in 1997 as Executive Director of the Volunteer Athletic Scholarship Fund (VASF). Following a two-year stint as Assistant Athletics Director at Wake Forest, Currie returned to Knoxville in 2000 as Assistant Athletics Director for Development and served as director for the "STEP UP" campaign. As UT’s first-ever capital campaign, it exceeded its goal and reached a total of $48.6 million, $4 million over the intended goal, with gifts from 870 donors. In 2002, Currie was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Development. He served as President of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) development officers group for 2004-05, chaired the 2007 CASE national athletic development conference and was a member of the SEC ticket policy committee. The Knoxville News Sentinel recognized Currie in December 2008 by naming him to its prestigious “Top 40 Leaders Under 40” list. He began his professional career at Wake Forest in 1993 as a Deacon Club intern before being named Assistant Deacon Club Director in 1994, a position he held until 1997. Highlights of Currie’s stints at Wake Forest include developing student and young alumni programs, creating a new endowment and planned giving program, managing the coaches circle volunteer program and assisting in the leadership of the “Touchdown 2000” football field house and Miller Center basketball practice/academic counseling facility campaigns. Currie earned his master’s in sports management from Tennessee in 2003 and is a 1993 Wake Forest graduate. He and his wife Mary Lawrence, have three children, Jack, Virginia and Mary-Dell.

John and Mary Lawrence Currie

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

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LAURA TIETJEN

REID SIGMON

KURT MCGUFFIN

Executive Associate A.D./ Senior Women’s Administrator Nebraska ’81

Senior Associate A.D./ Administration Wake Forest ’96

Senior Associate A.D./ External Operations Kansas State ’96

CHARLIE THOMAS

CASEY SCOTT

JAMIE VAUGHN

Senior Associate A.D./ Facility Operations South Florida ’81

Associate Athletics Director Baseball Administrator Kansas State ’77

Associate Athletics Director/ Compliance Wayne State ’97

LAIRD VEACH

CHAD WEIBERG

JILL SHIELDS

Associate Athletics Director/ Capital Support Kansas State ’95

Associate Athletics Director/ Development Oklahoma State ’94

Assistant Athletics Director/ Student Services Central Florida ’90

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K-STATE COACHES

STEVE BIETAU

SUZIE FRITZ

BRAD HILL

KRISTI KNIGHT

CASIE LISABETH

Women’s Tennis | 26th year

Women’s Volleyball | 9th year

Baseball | 7th year

Women’s Golf | 15th year

Women’s Equestrian | 3rd year

FRANK MARTIN

TIM NORRIS

DEB PATTERSON

CLIFF ROVELTO

MICHAEL SMITH

Men’s Basketball | 3rd year

Men’s Golf | 13th year

Women’s Basketball | 15th year

Track and Field | 22nd year

Cross Country | 5th year

2009 KANSAS STATE YEAR IN REVIEW Team Baseball [M] Basketball [W] Basketball [M] Cross Country [W] Cross Country [W] Equestrian Football [M] Golf [W] Golf [M] Indoor Track [W] Indoor Track [M] Outdoor Track [W] Outdoor Track [W] Rowing [W] Tennis [W] Volleyball

Overall W-L 43-18-1 22-12 25-8 --5-11 6-6 -------4-15 12-18

Big 12 W-L 14-11-1 9-7 10-6 ---4-4 -------1-10 6-14

Big 12 Finish 4th t-4th 5th ---t-2nd (N) -------t-11th 9th

Big 12 NCAA Postseason Postseason Pool 1 (2-1) Regional Finals [2-2] Quarterfinals NIT 2nd Round Quarterfinals 2nd Round 12th Midwest Regional [21st] 6th Midwest Regional [9th] 4th Varsity Championships [5th] --4th West Regional [12th] 4th -10th NCAA Championships [t16th] t-7th -6th NCAA Championships [13th] 9th -2nd Central Regional [10th] First Round ----

BILL SNYDER

PATRICK SWEENEY

Football | 18th year

Women’s Rowing | 7th year

All-Americans (10): James Allen (Baseball), Brandon Banks (Football), Moritz Cleve (Hepthathlon and Decathlon), Jason Collett (800 meters), Loren Groves (Hammer Throw), Shalee Lehning (Women’s Basketball), Nick Martini (Baseball), A.J. Morris (Baseball), Beverly Ramos (Cross Country), Scott Sellers (Men’s Indoor and Outdoor High Jump). Academic All-Americans (4): Loren Groves (2nd team - Women’s Track and Field), Shalee Lehning (3rd team - Women’s Basketball), Jeron Mastrud (2nd team - Football), Scott Sellers (1st team - Men’s Track & Field). All-Big 12 selections (26): 7 - Baseball, 2 - Men’s Basketball, 3 - Women’s Basketball, 2 - Cross Country, 8 - Football, 4 - Women’s Volleyball. Academic All-Big 12 selections (67): 4 - Baseball, 2 - Men’s Basketball, 8 - Women’s Basketball, 9 - Cross Country, 13 - Football, 5 - Men’s Golf, 4 - Women’s Golf, 2 - Women’s Tennis, 16 - Track and Field, 4 - Women’s Volleyball. Big 12 Speciality Awards (5): Denis Clemente - Newcomer of the Year; Brandon Banks - Special Teams Player of the Year; Daniel Thomas - Offensive Newcomer of the Year; A.J. Morris - Pitcher of the Year, Brad Hill - Coach of the Year Daniel Thomas was tabbed the 2009 Offensive Newcomer of the Year after rushing for 1,265 yards and 11 touchdowns.

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DEPARTMENT STAFF

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ANDY ASSALEY

MICHAEL BARTON

RITA BATH

FRANK BERG

KAREN BIEHLER

RJ BOKELMAN

TAMY BREYMEYER

NORM BURGE

Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Athletic Operations

Executive Assistant to the Athletic Director

Athletic Operations

Human Resources Specialist

Assistant Manager of Facility Operations

Director of Licensing

Senior Video Producer

DANNY CAVENDER

AL CERBE

MIKE CLARK

RON COOK

CHRIS DAWSON

LON FLOYD

ROBIN FOSHA

LIANE FOWLER

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Equipment Manager

Director of Development

Director of Graphic Design

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant AD Catbacker Clubs

Director of Ticket Operations

Program Director of Specialized Learning

JOAN FRIEDERICH

SCOTT GREENAWALT

LINDA GRUBBS

CHUCK HALL

ANDREW HAMOR

BERNIE HANEY

APRIL HAVENSTEIN

MISSY HEIDRICK

Head Football Coach Administrative Assistant

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Department Receptionist

Equipment Manager

Assistant Director of Development

Assistant Director of Development

Business Office Accountant

Regional Director of Development

MINDY HOFFMAN

DARREN HONEYCUTT

ROGER JOHNSON

JOHN KAUPP

PRESTON KOERNER

KIM LINCK

DIANA LOOMIS

MARY LOUGH

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Academic Counselor

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Video Producer

Assistant Business Manager

Volleyball/Tennis Director of Operations

Operations Accountant

STACY MARTIN

JIM MULLER

NEEL NAROTAM

ELIAS NOA

CHAD PERKINS

DIANNA PHILIPPI

TERRY PITTMAN

LINDA ROUSSER

Assistant AD for Business

Associate Director of Athletic Operations

Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

Athletic Operations

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant for Academics

Athletic Operations

Development Computer Specialist

BRIAN SMOLLER

DAVE SMOLLER

JONI SMOLLER

KYLE SNY

SEAN SNYDER

AMANDA STEFFENS

ERIN SUNDE

NOBU TAKASHIMA

Sportscasting/Director of Powercat Vision

Creative Director/ Internet Services

Director of Fan Experience/Sales

Academic Counselor

Associate AD for Football Operations

Administrative Assistant for Men’s Basketball

Director of Women’s Basketball Operations

Assistant Athletic Trainer

MATT THOMASON

WYATT THOMPSON

JESSICA VANCE

KRISTIN WALLER

CINDY WILLIAMS

TERESA WILLIAMS

Director of Sportscasting

Director of Ahearn Sports Medicine

STEPHANIE VANDECREEK Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

REBECCA VARILEK

Head Athletic Trainer

Assistant Video Producer

Academic Counselor/ Life Skills Coordinator

Human Resources Manager

Football Executive Administrative Assistant

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PLAYER PROFILES

20 JAMES ALLEN RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER So.-1L 6-0 190 R/R St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 3.2 6 5 5 3 5

Opponent (last time) at Baylor two times (at Rice) at Rice at Rice vs. Texas Tech vs. Kansas

Date 3/29/09 6/1/09 6/1/09 6/1/09 5/9/09 5/20/09

One of the team’s top relievers a year ago who earned freshman All-American accolades... Could be used as a closer after earning five saves in 2009.

FRESHMAN (2009) Saw action in 24 games in his first season in a Wildcat uniform, tying for 10th in school history for single-season relief appearances... Recorded a team-best five saves, which tied for seventh in the Big 12 and set a K-State freshman record... Earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball... Went 2-1 with a 5.50 ERA, allowing 22 earned runs in 36.0 innings... Tallied a 41-to-12 strikeout to walk ratio... Retired 15-of-24 (.625) first batters faced... Pitched 2.2 scoreless innings, allowing two hits with a season-high five strikeouts, to earn a victory against Kansas in the Big 12 Championship... Also tallied four strikeouts in a season-long 3.2-inning outing at No. 8 Baylor... Recorded his second save of the season against No. 4 Arizona State... Picked up his fifth save in a 1.0-inning outing at Nebraska.

FRANCIS HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years for the Vikings under head coach Tony Perkins... Named allmetro, all-conference and all-state as a junior and senior... Tallied a 4-0 record in 2008, while hitting .448 with eight doubles, five home runs and 34 RBI... Led team to conference and district championships as a senior, while his team finished second in the state... Also led the Vikings to a conference championship as a junior, hitting .430 with five doubles, one home run and 19 RBI.

PERSONAL James Matthew Allen was born November 20, 1989, in St. Louis, Mo... Parents are Jim and Mary Allen... Has one sister, Julie... Involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes... Majoring in business administration.

ALLEN‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 2-1 2-1

ERA 5.50 5.50

SV 5 5

G-GS 24-0 24-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 36.0 36.0

H 42 42

R 23 23

ER 22 22

BB 12 12

SO 41 41

2B 7 7

3B 1 1

HR 3 3

B/AVG .302 .302

WP 1 1

HBP 10 10

BK 0 0

SFA 2 2

SHA 1 1

G-GS 10-0 10-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 16.2 16.2

H 21 21

R 12 12

ER 12 12

BB 8 8

SO 18 18

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

B/AVG .323 .323

WP 1 1

HBP 7 7

BK 0 0

SFA 1 1

SHA 1 1

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 0-1 0-1

ERA 6.48 6.48

SV 2 2

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PLAYER PROFILES

15 MATT APPLEGATE RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER So.-1L 6-0 180 R/R Wichita, Kan. Wichita North HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 2.2 3 3 3 3 3

Opponent (last time) at Rice three times (at Rice) vs. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma at Kansas at San Diego

Date 6/1/09 6/1/09 3/22/09 3/22/09 5/17/09 2/28/09

A tough-minded pitcher who will be used out of the bullpen or could challenge for a starting spot... Could be used as a midweek starter.

FRESHMAN (2009) Saw action in 24 games in his first season in a Wildcat uniform, tying for 10th in school history for single-season relief appearances... Earned a 2-2 record with one save... Tallied a 4.88 ERA after allowing 15 earned runs on 33 hits with 14 walks and 19 strikeouts in 27.2 innings of work... Picked up the save in an extra-inning game at No. 26 San Diego State, throwing 1.0 scoreless inning... Tallied his first win in a 1.2-inning relief outing against UTSA... Came on to pick up his second win of the season in an extra-inning game at No. 2 Texas, allowing just two hits with one strikeout in 1.1 innings... Helped the Wildcats pick up their first-ever NCAA Regional victory when he threw 1.0 scoreless inning against Xavier.

NORTH HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years for the Redskins under head coach Kyle Sanders... Two-time First-Team Kansas Association of Baseball Coaches (KABC) selection... Also named to the KABC All-Star team as a senior... Earned first-team all-league, all-metro and all-state honors in 2008... Produced an 8-2 record with a 1.86 ERA and 87 strikeouts as a senior... Was 6-2 with a 1.76 ERA and 63 strikeouts as a junior... Earned first team all-league honors as an outfielder in 2006... Also lettered three times in bowling and once in cross country.

PERSONAL Matthew Glenn Applegate was born December 7, 1989, in Wichita, Kan... Parents are Gary and Kathy Applegate... Has three siblings, Kenneth, Brittany and Elizabeth... Was a member of the National Honors Society in high school.

APPLEGATE‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 2-2 2-2

ERA 4.88 4.88

SV 1 1

G-GS 24-0 24-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 27.2 27.2

H 33 33

R 15 15

ER 15 15

BB 14 14

SO 19 19

2B 4 4

3B 1 1

HR 4 4

B/AVG .306 .306

WP 5 5

HBP 5 5

BK 0 0

SFA 3 3

SHA 3 3

G-GS 8-0 8-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 10.1 10.1

H 11 11

R 6 6

ER 6 6

BB 8 8

SO 7 7

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

B/AVG .275 .275

WP 1 1

HBP 1 1

BK 0 0

SFA 1 1

SHA 1 1

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

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W-L 1-0 1-0

ERA 5.23 5.23

SV 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES

23 KAYVON BAHRAMZADEH RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER So.-1L 6-1 200 R/R Tucson, Ariz. Catalina Foothills HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 9.0 6 7 7 2 7

Opponent (last time) vs. Niagara vs. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma two times (vs. Wichita State) vs. Butler

Date 3/7/09 3/22/09 3/22/09 3/22/09 4/14/09 3/14/09

Pitched quality innings to start his career in Manhattan until a midseason injury slowed him down... Will be in the mix as a starter in his sophomore campaign.

FRESHMAN (2009) Earned 11 appearances in his true freshman season, including six starts... Earned a 2-1 record with a 4.58 ERA, allowing 18 earned runs on 37 hits with eight walks and 35 strikeouts in 35.1 innings... Tied for seventh in the Big 12 with one complete game... Earned a quality start at San Diego State in his first collegiate start as he allowed one earned run on three hits in 5.0 innings... Came back to throw a complete game for his first collegiate win against Niagara, allowing one earned run on five hits with no walks and five strikeouts... Followed that with another victory against Butler, tossing 7.0 innings and allowing two earned runs on five hits with a season-high seven strikeouts... Would have recorded the win against Wichita State as he allowed one earned run on four hits with six strikeouts, but left the game after 4.2 innings due to injury... Came back after a month off to toss 0.2 scoreless innings at Kansas.

CATALINA FOOTHILLS HIGH SCHOOL Lettered and started four seasons for the Falcons, the last under head coach Lance Robertson... Was a four-time all-region and all-southern Arizona selection... Set the school’s single-season record for lowest ERA at 1.06 as a freshman and holds the career strikeout record... Went 6-2 with a 1.03 ERA and 85 strikeouts as a senior, leading his team to a league championship... Earned a 7-2 record in 2007 and struck out 85 batters in 55 innings (1.5 per inning) as he was named 2007 First Team All-Southern Arizona by the Tucson Citizen... Was drafted in the 47th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.

PERSONAL Kayvon Bahramzadeh was born January 22, 1990, in Tucson, Ariz... Parents are Mohammad and Margaret Bahramzadeh... Majoring in business administration.

BAHRAMZADEH‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 2-1 2-1

ERA 4.58 4.58

SV 0 0

G-GS 11-6 11-6

CG 1 1

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 35.1 35.1

H 37 37

R 20 20

ER 18 18

BB 8 8

SO 35 35

2B 5 5

3B 0 0

HR 5 5

B/AVG .270 .270

WP 3 3

HBP 1 1

BK 0 0

SFA 1 1

SHA 4 4

G-GS 3-1 3-1

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 2.1 2.1

H 8 8

R 7 7

ER 7 7

BB 3 3

SO 3 3

2B 2 2

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

B/AVG .571 .571

WP 0 0

HBP 1 1

BK 0 0

SFA 0 0

SHA 0 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 0-1 0-1

ERA 27.00 27.00

SV 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES

6 JAKE BROWN INFIELDER So.-1L 5-11 175 L/R Russell, Kan. Russell HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 4 1 2 2 None 2 1 2

Opponent (last time) at San Diego four times (vs. North Dakota) vs. Nevada vs. Nevada

Date 2/28/09 4/29/09 2/27/09 2/27/09

vs. Pacific at Houston at San Diego

2/26/09 2/21/09 2/28/09

Local product who saw playing time as a true freshman... Is in the mix to start at second base.

FRESHMAN (2009) Saw action in 19 games, including four starts... Hit .174 in limited work, going 4-for-23 with one double, four RBI and three runs scored... Drew five walks... Was true on all 25 of his fielding attempts, including 17 assists... Worked two walks and tallied a season-high seven putouts against Pacific... Was 1-for-3 in a start against Nevada, driving in two runs and scoring two others... Was 1-for-2 with a RBI double and a run scored against North Dakota, while tying his season high with two fielding assists.

RUSSELL HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years as a middle infielder for the Broncos, the last under head coach Casey Garten... Led team to a pair of North Central Activities Association (NCAA) and regional championships his junior and senior season... Hit .526 with 13 extra base hits and 17 RBI as a junior, while he hit .486 with 12 extra base hits and 32 RBI as a senior... Tallied a .941 fielding percentage his final campaign... Also pitched his senior season, compiling a 5-0 record and a 2.79 ERA... Was named the Kansas Gatorade Baseball Rookie of the Year his freshman season... Also named a three-time team MVP and was selected to play on the 2007 Under Armor National Baseball Team... Lettered three seasons in both football and basketball.

PERSONAL Jake Rawlin Brown was born February 15, 1990, in Hays, Kan... Parents are Jerry and Ramona Brown... Has one sister, Rhett... Was a member of the National Honors Society and student council in high school, while he was also active in community service... Majoring in social science.

BROWN‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

AVG .174 .174

G-GS 19-4 19-4

AB 3 3

R 3 3

H 4 4

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 4 4

TB 5 5

SLUG .217 .217

SB-A 1-2 1-2

SO 11 11

BB 5 5

HBP 0 0

SF 0 0

SH 1 1

OB% .321 .321

PO 17 17

A 8 8

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

R 0 0

H 1 1

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

TB 1 1

SLUG 1.000 1.000

SB-A 0-0 0-0

SO 0 0

BB 0 0

HBP 0 0

SF 0 0

SH 0 0

OB% 1.000 1.000

PO 0 0

A 1 1

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

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AVG 1.000 1.000

G-GS 2-0 2-0

AB 1 1

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PLAYER PROFILES

14 RYAN DANIEL RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Sr.-1L 5-11 193 R/R Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Scott CC •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 5.2 8 4 4 2 8

Opponent (last time) at San Diego vs. Butler two times (vs. Butler) two times (vs. Butler) four times (at Creighton) vs. Butler

Date 2/28/09 3/13/09 3/13/09 3/13/09 4/1/09 3/13/09

A former junior-college pitcher who was used as a midweek starter in 2009... Will contend for a weekend starting spot.

JUNIOR (2009) Made 17 appearances in his first season, including nine starts... Went 4-1 with a 4.44 ERA, allowing 25 earned runs on 47 hits with 14 walks and 58 strikeouts in 50.2 innings... Earned a quality start, but took a no decision, at No. 11 San Diego as he allowed one unearned run on five hits with two walks and two strikeouts in a season-high 5.2 innings... Picked up his first collegiate victory against Niagara after tossing 5.1 innings, allowing four runs on five hits... Tallied a season-high eight strikeouts, as opposed to just one walk, against Butler... Tossed one scoreless inning with a pair of strikeouts at No. 8 Baylor... Earned the victory at Wichita State after allowing two earned runs on six hits with one walk and six strikeouts in 5.0 innings... Picked up his third win in a predetermined start against BYU after allowing two runs on seven hits with no walks and five strikeouts in 4.0 innings... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

FORT SCOTT CC Lettered two seasons for the Greyhounds under head coach Chris Moddelmogg... Earned a career record of 12-5 with a 3.21 ERA with 63 strikeouts and 23 walks... Helped team to a two-year record of 70-47 as the Greyhounds advanced to regionals both seasons... Named honorable mention All-Jayhawk Conference East Division in 2008... Also hit .315 in his two-year stint with eight home runs.

FORT COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL Played three years for the Lambkins under head coach Brad Deal... Pitched and played outfielder all three years, leading the team to back-to-back 17-win seasons his junior and season years... Team won the league championship in 2005 and finished fourth in the state in 2006... Named all-conference as a senior in 2006, while he earned a career 12-6 record on the mound with a 2.47 ERA... Also hit .350 in his career with two home runs.

PERSONAL Ryan Leonard Daniel was born December 11, 1987, in Fort Collins, Colo... Parents are Don and Barb Daniel... Has one brother, Ray... A business major whose career ambition is to own a construction company... Majoring in business management.

DANIEL‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 4-1 4-1

ERA 4.44 4.44

SV 0 0

G-GS 17-9 17-9

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 50.2 50.2

H 70 70

R 31 31

ER 25 25

BB 15 15

SO 40 40

2B 9 9

3B 1 1

HR 3 3

B/AVG .332 .332

WP 3 3

HBP 4 4

BK 0 0

SFA 2 2

SHA 4 4

G-GS 4-0 4-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 4.2 4.2

H 7 7

R 5 5

ER 4 4

BB 2 2

SO 4 4

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

B/AVG .350 .350

WP 1 1

HBP 1 1

BK 0 0

SFA 0 0

SHA 0 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 0-0 0-0

ERA 7.71 7.71

SV 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES two runs against North Dakota State on March 10... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

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FRESHMAN (2006)

DANIEL DELLASEGA

Redshirted during the 2006 season... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

COLGAN HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Colgan High School in Pittsburg, Kan., under coach Mike Watt... Named team captain... Hit .385 as a sophomore, .400 as a junior with 12 doubles, and .439 as a senior with no errors for the season.

CATCHER Sr.-3L 6-1 205 R/R Pittsburg, Kan. Colgan HS •

PERSONAL Daniel Dellasega was born November 1, 1986, in Fort Scott, Kan... He is the son of Joe and Janice Dellasega... Has a brother, Nick, and two sisters, Abby and Annie... Majoring in accounting and finance.

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 5 3 3 2 1 2 1 2

Opponent (last time) two times (at BYU) two times (vs. Butler) two times (vs. BYU) two times (vs. BYU) two times (vs. BYU) two times (vs. North Dakota) five times (vs. Texas A&M) two times (at Oklahoma)

Date 3/19/08 3/14/09 5/5/09 5/5/09 5/5/09 4/29/09 4/10/09 5/11/08

Has been the No. 2 catcher each of the last two seasons... Enters the season as the No. 1 catcher after making large strides since entering the program... Has a great work ethic to go along with consistency behind the plate... Also excels in the classroom.

JUNIOR (2009) Earned playing time in a career-high 28 games, including 16 starts... Ended the season with a .321 batting average after going 18-for-56 with two doubles, one triple, two home runs and 15 RBI... Also drew six walks and was hit by four pitches... Was 3-for-4 in stolen-base attempts... Tallied five multi-RBI contests... Collected a career-best seven-game hitting streak from March 1 thru March 14, ending his streak with a pair of multi-hit games... Went 1-for-3 with his first-career triple at No. 26 San Diego State... Carded two RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against Niagara... Went 2-for-4 with his first-career home run and a career-best three RBI against Butler... Came back the next day to go 3-for4 with two doubles and two RBI against the Bulldogs, setting a career high in hits... Had another multi-hit game against BYU, going 2-for-4 with three RBI and a home run... Named to the 2009 Spring Chick-fil-A Community of Champions squad, as well as being named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

SOPHOMORE (2008) Saw action in 18 contests, including 14 starts, all as the catcher... Hit .174 in 46 at-bats with two doubles and four RBI... Improved production during conference season, hitting .231 with one double and one run driven in... Ended season on a four-game hitting streak... Threw out 9-of-28 (32-percent) base stealers on the season... Went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI against Central Arkansas on April 2... Also went 1-for-3 with a double in K-State’s 4-3 win at Missouri... Named to the 2008 Big 12 Conference Spring Sports Good Works Team as well as the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2007) Appeared in 13 games with 11 starts as the Wildcat battery... Hit .273 in 33 at bats, with one double and six RBI... Only had one passed ball in his 13 appearances behind the plate... Started season on fire, going 5-for-8 in his first two games... Had two hits against Penn State on Feb. 17 and three hits in the second game of a doubleheader against Ohio State... Drove in

DELLASEGA‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG .273 .174 .321 .259

G-GS 13-11 18-14 28-16 59-41

AB 33 46 56 135

R 6 2 10 18

H 9 8 18 35

2B 1 2 2 5

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 0 0 2 2

RBI 6 4 15 25

TB 10 10 28 48

SLUG .303 .217 .500 .356

SB-A 2-2 0-0 3-4 5-6

SO 4 9 3 16

BB 4 1 6 11

HBP 4 7 4 15

SF 2 0 2 4

SH 0 2 1 3

OB% .395 .296 .412 .370

PO 77 87 75 239

A 12 11 11 34

E 3 4 2 9

FLD .967 .961 .977 .968

R 1 1 2 4

H 0 3 3 6

2B 0 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 1 4 6

TB 0 4 3 7

SLUG .000 .308 .214 .241

SB-A 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

SO 1 5 0 6

BB 1 1 3 5

HBP 0 3 1 4

SF 1 0 1 .375

SH 0 0 0 2

OB% .250 .412 .368 0

PO 7 31 26 64

A 2 4 2 8

E 0 2 0 2

FLD 1.000 .946 1.000 .973

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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AVG .000 .231 .214 .207

G-GS 2-1 7-4 9-4 18-9

AB 2 13 14 29

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16 MATT GILLER INFIELDER So.-1L 6-1 215 R/R Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 4 2 3 2 1 1 None 2

Opponent (last time) vs. Butler two times (vs. North Dakota) vs. North Dakota vs. North Dakota vs. North Dakota vs. Butler

Date 3/14/09 4/29/09 4/29/09 4/29/09 4/29/09 3/14/09

vs. Butler

3/14/09

One of two Manhattan natives on the roster who had some pop in his bat in little time as a redshirt freshman... Will look to increase his role as a designated hitter while working at the corner infield positions.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2009) Played in 13 games, including one start... Went 6-for-15 (.400) in limited action, with one home run and six RBI... Registered first-career hit against Butler, a RBI single... Was 2-for-2 with a pair of RBI against Northwestern, while scoring one run... Also went 2-for-2 against North Dakota with his first-career home run, three RBI and two runs scored... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN (2008) Redshirt season... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

MANHATTAN HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner for the Indians under head coach Don Hess... Helped team to three regional championships and state playoff appearances... Team was state runnerup in 2005 and 2007 and took third place in 2006... Named All-Centennial League and all-region his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... Ended career with a senior-season batting average of .469... Also lettered two years in basketball.

PERSONAL Matthew Thomas Giller was born Dec. 16, 1988... He is the son of Tom and Mary Giller... Father, Tom, attended Kansas State... Has two younger siblings, Kurt and T.J... Kurt is a freshman pitcher at Nebraska... Honored with the Distinguished Service Award by completing 100 or more hours of community service, as well as being named an honor student... Career aspirations are to play professionally, coach or become an athletic director... Majoring in business management.

GILLER‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

AVG .400 .400

G-GS 13-1 13-1

AB 15 15

R 5 5

H 6 6

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

RBI 6 6

TB 9 9

SLUG .600 .600

SB-A 0-0 0-0

SO 4 4

BB 1 1

HBP 1 1

SF 0 0

SH 0 0

OB% .471 .471

PO 7 7

A 3 3

E 1 1

FLD .909 .909

R 1 1

H 1 1

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

TB 1 1

SLUG .500 .500

SB-A 0-0 0-0

SO 0 0

BB 0 0

HBP 0 0

SF 0 0

SH 0 0

OB% .500 .500

PO 0 0

A 0 0

E 0 0

FLD .000 .000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

AVG .500 .500

G-GS 2-0 2-0

AB 2 2

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32 KYLE HUNTER LEFT-HANDED PITCHER So.-1L 6-2 200 R/L Galesburg, Ill. Galesburg HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 4.0 9 7 7 3 5

Opponent (last time) two times (vs. North Dakota) vs. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma at Baylor vs. BYU

Date 4/28/09 3/22/09 3/22/09 3/22/09 3/29/09 5/5/09

One of four left-handed pitchers on the roster who gained valuable experience as a true freshman last season... Will compete for a starting spot while adding depth to the bullpen.

FRESHMAN (2009) Pitched 17 times, including three starts, in his first season in Manhattan... Went 1-2 with one save and an 8.35 ERA... Allowed 30 earned runs on 46 hits with 14 walks and 29 strikeouts in 32.1 innings... Retired 9-of-13 (.682) first batters faced... Did not allow an earned run in his first five appearances, totaling 7.1 innings... Tossed 2.2 scoreless innings in his collegiate debut at Houston, allowing three hits, walking one and striking out three... Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings with two strikeouts against both Niagara and Butler... Allowed three earned runs on five hits with two walks and four strikeouts in 4.0 innings in his first collegiate start against UTSA... Tossed 3.0 innings, allowing one run on four hits with no walks and two strikeouts in a save against Wichita State... Went 4.0 innings against North Dakota, allowing one run on three hits with two walks and five strikeouts en route to his first collegiate win.

GALESBURG HIGH SCHOOL Lettered and started four years for the Silver Streaks under head coach Arnold Gonzalez... Earned a career 23-5 record, including three straight seven-win campaigns as a sophomore, junior and senior... Led team to a regional championship in 2006 as he recorded a school-record low 0.58 ERA... Also holds the school’s record for career wins and career strikeouts... Named all-conference his sophomore through senior seasons and was selected to play for the Chicago White Sox team for the Mariner Cup in Seattle, Wash... Was drafted in the 33rd round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays.

PERSONAL Kyle Julian Hunter was born June 18, 1989, in Richmond, Va... Parents are Les and Julie Hunter... Has one sibling, John... Related to Luke Appling, who was an infielder for the Chicago White Sox from 1930-1950 and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1964... Appling also had his number retired by the White Sox in 1975... Majoring in sociology/criminlogy.

HUNTER‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 1-2 1-2

ERA 8.35 8.35

SV 1 1

G-GS 17-3 17-3

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 32.1 32.1

H 46 46

R 30 30

ER 30 30

BB 14 14

SO 29 29

2B 5 5

3B 0 0

HR 8 8

B/AVG .351 .351

WP 3 3

HBP 2 2

BK 0 0

SFA 2 2

SHA 2 2

G-GS 4-1 4-1

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 7.2 7.2

H 15 15

R 15 15

ER 15 15

BB 6 6

SO 4 4

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 6 6

B/AVG .441 .441

WP 1 1

HBP 1 1

BK 0 0

SFA 2 2

SHA 0 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

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W-L 0-2 0-2

ERA 17.61 17.61

SV 0 0

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Saw action in 40 games, earning 35 starts, mainly as the designated hitter... Hit .240 with six doubles, three home runs and 16 RBI... Was also 9-for-14 in stolen base attempts... Hit .303 (10-for-33) with runners in scoring position... Was fourth on the team in fielding assists with 56... Tallied six multi-hit games, including five of three or more hits... Also recorded five multi-RBI contests... Went 4-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored in just his second start against Michigan State on Feb. 29... Went 2-for-4 with a pair of solo home runs against Washington on March 11... Also had a pair of three-hit, two-RBI games against Central Arkansas on April 2, and at Creighton on April 15... Scored the winning run as a pinch runner to clinch a three-game sweep over Kansas on May 18... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

CARTER JURICA INFIELDER Jr.-2L 5-11 185 R/R Katy, Texas Katy HS •

KATY HIGH SCHOOL Lettered and started three years for the Tigers under head coach Tom McPherson... An outstanding hitter, who held a .529 average as senior with 13 doubles, three triples, five home runs and 42 RBIs... Was named all-district 2005-07, including being named the Texas 5A-District 18 Player of the Year in 2007... Also named to the All-Greater Houston team in 2006 and 2007... Led his nationally-ranked team to the state title game in 2006 and was named to the all-tournament team... Was the MVP for Team Texas in the 2006 Junior Sunbelt Classic and named to the all-tournament team for the 2007 Senior Sunbelt Classic... Invited to play in the Houston Coaches Association Top Junior All Star Game in 2006, as well as the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All Star Game in 2007... Earned Louisville Slugger High School All-American honors in 2007.

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 6 4 3 3 2 3 2 4

Opponent (last time) at Missouri three times (vs. Oklahoma) two times (vs. Missouri) seven times (vs. North Dakota) vs. Washington State vs. Michigan State three times (vs. North Dakota) vs. Texas A&M

Date 5/14/08 3/21/09 4/19/09 4/29/09 3/11/08 3/2/08 4/28/09 4/10/09

One of the top returning players from last season’s regional team who will be called upon to be more of a leader as the everyday shortstop.

PERSONAL Carter William Jurica was born Sept. 23, 1988, in Houston, Texas... He is the son of George and Doris Jurica... Has three brothers, Eric, Garrett and Clayton... A member of the National Honors Society in high school... Chose K-State over offers from Houston, Missouri, LSU, TCU, Texas-San Antonio and Sam Houston State... Majoring in business administration.

SOPHOMORE (2009) One of the top middle infielders in the Big 12 last season as he helped lead the Wildcats to the top team batting average in the conference and the third-best average in school history... Was also instrumental in helping the Cats set school records for single-season hits and stolen bases... Started all 62 games last season, teaming with five other individuals that set the school record for games played and started in a season... Was second on the team with a .353 (84-for-238) average with 15 doubles, three triples, four home runs and 46 RBI... Earned Second Team All-Big 12 honors as he was fourth in the conference in stolen bases (23), sixth in runs scored (61), seventh in hits (84) and tied for ninth in on-base percentage (.434)... Finished with a .320 (33-for-103) batting average in conference play... Led the team in on-base percentage, runs scored and sacrifice flies (6), while he was third on the team in stolen bases... Finished second in school history with 62 singles, tied for third in single-season at-bats, tied for seventh in single-season runs scored and single-season hits, and was seventh in single-season hit-by-pitches (12)... Also finished second in school history with 184 fielding assists, including a KState single-game record of 10 against Pacific... Tied a school single-game mark with three doubles against Oklahoma State... Totaled a team-high 26 multi-hit games, including 11 three-hit and two four-hit contests... Also recorded 10 multi-RBI games... Recorded a season-high four hits against Niagara, tallying two doubles and driving in one run... Matched that with another four-hit contest against No. 13 Oklahoma, going 4-for-5 with one homer, two RBI and three runs scored... Was 3-for-4 with another home run and two RBI against Northwestern... Drove in the winning run on a sacrifice fly against No. 15 Texas A&M... Went 3-for-5 with a double and a season-high three RBI against Wichita State... Drove in another three runs against Missouri in a 3-for-3 outing... Recorded a seasonbest seven-game hitting streak towards the end of the season... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors and was named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

JURICA‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG G-GS .240 40-35 .353 62-62 .314 102-97

AB 125 238 363

R 24 61 85

H 30 84 114

2B 6 15 21

3B 0 3 3

HR 3 4 7

RBI 16 46 62

TB 45 117 162

SLUG SB-A .360 9-14 .492 23-32 .446 32-46

SO 23 45 68

BB 15 26 41

HBP 2 12 14

SF 1 6 7

SH 2 3 5

OB% .329 .433 .398

PO 32 90 122

A 56 184 240

E 4 9 13

FLD .957 .968 .965

R 7 19 26

H 8 33 41

2B 0 6 6

3B 0 1 1

HR 0 1 1

RBI 5 19 24

TB 8 44 52

SLUG .143 .427 .327

SO 13 24 37

BB 5 10 15

HBP 1 4 5

SF 1 4 5

SH 1 1 2

OB% .222 .388 .332

PO 12 37 49

A 12 80 92

E 0 2 2

FLD 1.000 .983 .986

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG .143 .320 .258

G-GS 17-16 26-26 43-42

AB 56 103 159

SB-A 3-5 4-7 7-12

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18 MIKE KINDEL INFIELDER So.-1L 6-2 200 L/L Springboro, Ohio Springboro HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 5 1 1 1 None 1 1 2

Opponent (last time) two times (vs. Niagara) seven times (vs. North Dakota) three times (vs. Texas A&M) four times (vs. North Dakota)

Date 3/8/09 4/29/09 4/11/09 4/29/09

two times (at Wichita State) vs. Butler at Houston

4/15/09 3/14/09 2/22/09

A versatile player who performed well in pressure situations as a true freshman last season... Can play both corner outfield positions, as well as first base and will be in the designated hitter rotation.

FRESHMAN (2009) Saw action in 21 games, including three starts... Finished his freshman campaign with a .250 (7-for-28) batting average... Recorded two doubles and three RBI... Went 2-for-5 in Big 12 play... Was the team’s top pinch hitter as he was 4-for-10 (.400)... Had a game-tying, pinch-hit RBI single against No. 15 Texas A&M before K-State won two batters later to clinch the series... Tallied a season-high three-game hitting streak in March against Niagara and Butler, including two doubles.

SPRINGBORO HIGH SCHOOL Played for the Panthers under head coach Mark Pelfrey... Led team to a 27-5 record as a senior, en route to a league and district championship... Hit a school-record .442 in his three-year varsity career, while also setting the school’s career record in doubles with 33... A three-time all-area, all-conference and all-state selection... Named a 2008 Preseason Louisville Slugger Pre-Season High School All-American... Rated the sixth-best player in Ohio going into his senior year by Buckeye Scout... Also a three-year letterwinner in football... Was drafted in the 43rd round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft by the Seattle Mariners.

PERSONAL Michael James Kindel was born August 5, 1989, in Dayton, Ohio... Parents are David and Annette Kindel... Has three siblings, Sean, Kirsten and Chelsea... A business major, but would like to pursue a career in sportscasting... Majoring in business administration.

KINDEL‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

AVG .250 .250

G-GS 21-3 21-3

AB 28 28

R 4 4

H 7 7

2B 2 2

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 3 3

TB 9 9

SLUG .321 .321

SB-A 1-1 1-1

SO 7 7

BB 2 2

HBP 0 0

SF 2 2

SH 0 0

OB% .281 .281

PO 7 7

A 0 0

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

R 0 0

H 2 2

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 2 2

TB 2 2

SLUG .400 .400

SB-A 0-0 0-0

SO 0 0

BB 0 0

HBP 0 0

SF 1 1

SH 0 0

OB% .333 .333

PO 3 3

A 0 0

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

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AVG .400 .400

G-GS 5-0 5-0

AB 5 5

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PLAYER PROFILES Finished third on the team with a .274 batting average and hit .297 in conference play... Completed his rookie campaign as the team leader in sacrifice flies (5) and third in slugging percentage (.421), third in runs scored (31), third in hits (52), third in doubles (13), third in home runs (5), third in two-out RBI (13) and fourth in RBI (31)... Also recorded 15 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games... Recorded two game-winning RBI singles... Drove in the winning run against Michigan State on March 2 as part of a 3-for-5 day... Came back five days later to drive in another three runs against Le Moyne, the last bringing in the winning run... Went 2-for-3 with two RBI and his first collegiate home run against Binghamton on March 23... Backed that performance with a 3-for-5 night with one double and a grand slam against Creighton on March 26, which pushed his average to a season-high .308... Was 2for-4 with two RBI and tallied his first conference home run vs. Texas on April 25... Blasted a three-RBI double in the Big 12 title game against the Longhorns on May 25... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

28 JASON KING INFIELDER Jr.-2L 6-0 216 S/L Dublin, Ohio Jerome HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 6 3 5 3 1 2 2 4

Opponent (last time) two times (at Texas) nine times (at Texas) three times (vs. North Dakota) vs. North Dakota 12 times (at Rice) three times (vs. Xavier) two times (vs. Texas A&M) at Texas

Date 4/26/09 4/25/09 4/29/09 4/29/09 6/1/09 4/29/09 4/10/09 4/26/09

JEROME HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years for the Celtics under head coach Chris Huesman... Named the 2007 Ohio Coaches Player of the Year, Ohio High Magazine Player of the Year and a Second Team AllAmerican by EA Sports following a stellar senior campaign... Led his team to sectional and district championships in 2007... Was a three-time all-district and All-Central Ohio selection... Hit .396 in his three-year career with 25 doubles, seven triples, 10 home runs and 63 RBI... Hit .477 his senior year with eight doubles, seven homers and drove in 25 runs... Twice was selected the offensive player of the year for his summer club, the Columbus Cobras, winning the triple crown both years... Was selected to play on the Midwest Redbirds, a fall select team for the St. Louis Cardinals organization... Also selected to participate in the East Coast Professional Showcase... Was drafted in the 48th round of the 2007 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals.

A power-hitting switch hitter who transitioned to third base before his sophomore year... One of the top-returning hitters from last season’s regional team, but will likely redshirt after an injury during the summer.

SOPHOMORE (2009) Was instrumental to the Wildcats’ first ever NCAA Regional appearance, while he helped K-State to the top team batting average in the Big 12 and third-best in school history... Was also a vital part in helping the Cats set school records for single-season hits and stolen bases... Started all 62 games last season, teaming with five other individuals that set the school record for games played and started in a season... Was one of six Wildcats who hit .300 or better, recording a .316 (78-for-247) batting average with 16 doubles, five triples, seven home runs and 61 RBI... His five triples were the most by a Wildcat since Heath Schesser had eight in 1997... Was also 14-for-16 in stolen-base attempts... Named Honorable Mention All-Big 12 after finishing tied for second in the conference in triples, seventh in RBI and tied for 10th in stolen bases... Hit .305 (32for-105) against Big 12 competition... Set the single-season record for at bats (247), while he finished eighth in school history in RBI, tied for 10th in sacrifice flies (5) and ninth in total bases (125)... Also moved into the school’s career top-10 chart for sacrifice flies with 10... Tied for second on the team with 25 multi-hit games, including two three-hit contests... Also had multi-RBI games 14 times, including a pair of five-RBI contests... Was second on the team with 24 two-out RBI... Started the season on fire as he tallied six-straight two-hit games to open the season... Went 2-for-6 with a double, a home run and four RBI in the season opener at Houston... Backed that up with a 2-for5 outing with another two RBI against the Cougars... Went 3-for-3 with a double, a homer and five RBI against No. 4 Arizona State... Was 2-for-5 with a double and a home run at No. 2 Texas, teaming with former Wildcat Justin Bloxom to hit back-to-back homers... Went 2-for-4 with a double and five RBI against North Dakota... Also had a three-RBI game against Niagara and two-RBI contests against Nevada, Creighton, Niagara, No. 13 Oklahoma, Missouri, No. 8 Baylor and No. 6 Rice... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors, was an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VII selection and was named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

PERSONAL Jason Ellwood King was born June 14, 1989, in Columbus, Ohio... He is the son of Jeffrey and the late Susan King... Has a younger brother, Jared... A member of the National Honors Society in high school... Father, Jeffrey, played baseball at Ohio State and played professionally in the New York Yankees minor league system... Grandfather, Frank, played four years of football at Ohio State under legendary coach Woody Hayes, including the 1954 national championship season... Majoring in marketing.

FRESHMAN (2008) Played in 55 games, earning 49 starts, including each of the team’s final 42 games... Of his 49 starts, 34 came in right field...

KING‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG G-GS .274 55-49 .316 62-62 .297 117-111

AB 190 247 437

R 31 49 80

H 52 78 130

2B 13 16 29

3B 0 5 5

HR 5 7 12

RBI 31 61 92

TB 80 125 205

SLUG SB-A .421 1-2 .506 14-16 .469 15-18

SO 36 37 73

BB 16 17 33

HBP 2 6 8

SF 5 5 10

SH 4 0 4

OB% .329 .367 .350

PO 86 18 103

A 2 93 100

E 2 18 22

FLD .958 .860 .902

R 16 19 35

H 27 32 59

2B 6 6 12

3B 0 3 3

HR 3 1 4

RBI 13 19 32

TB 42 47 89

SLUG .462 .448 .454

SO 18 18 36

BB 12 4 16

HBP 0 3 3

SF 4 2 6

SH 2 0 2

OB% .364 .342 .353

PO 53 9 62

A 4 31 35

E 1 5 6

FLD .983 .889 .94

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG .297 .305 .301

G-GS 26-25 26-26 52-51

AB 91 105 196

SB-A 1-1 6-7 7-8

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22 JUSTIN LINDSEY RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER So.-1L 6-4 183 S/R Chandler, Ariz. Hamilton HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 3.1 5 3 3 2 3

Opponent (last time) vs. Le Moyne at Texas A&M three times (at Texas Tech) two times (at Texas A&M) two times (vs. Texas) three times (vs. Baylor)

Date 3/8/08 4/5/08 4/20/08 4/5/08 4/27/08 4/13/08

A young pitcher who primarily came out of the bullpen in 2008 before redshirting last season... Will look to become a weekend starter after a great summer... Was rated the No. 4 prospect of the Jayhawk League by Baseball America following summer play in 2009.

SOPHOMORE (2009) Redshirt season... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in 12 games, including half in conference play, during his rookie season... Pitched 15.1 innings, allowing 21 hits, seven earned runs, seven walks and recording 12 strikeouts... Is the leading returner in strikeouts per nine innings (7.04)... Slammed the door on the opposition 16 of 20 times he pitched with two outs... Threw 6.1 scoreless innings in his first three appearances of the season... Also ended the season without allowing an earned run over his final four games... Struck out a season-high three batters against Le Moyne on March 8... Also recorded three-strikeout games against Creighton on March 26 and Baylor on April 13.

HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner for the Huskies under head coach Mike Woods... Was one of the top arms on a squad that went 20-12 in 2007... Earned all-regional honorable mention honors... Participated in the Team One West Showcase this past year where he was named among the top pitchers and power hitters... Also invited to tryout for the prestigious Area Code league as a member of the Angels squad.

PERSONAL Justin Louis Lindsey was born Aug. 22, 1988, in Mesa, Ariz... He is the son of Clint and Gina Lindsey... Has an older sister, Kristin... Earned an academic letter his freshman and sophomore years... Enjoys hunting and fishing... Majoring in social science.

LINDSEY‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 TOTAL

W-L 0-0 0-0

ERA 4.11 4.11

SV 0 0

G-GS 12-0 12-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/1 0/1

IP 15.1 15.1

H 21 21

R 10 10

ER 7 7

BB 9 9

SO 12 12

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

B/AVG .313 .313

WP 1 1

HBP 3 3

BK 0 0

SFA 0 0

SHA 1 1

G-GS 6-0 6-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 5.2 5.2

H 14 14

R 9 9

ER 6 6

BB 5 5

SO 4 4

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

B/AVG .438 .438

WP 1 1

HBP 3 3

BK 0 0

SFA 0 0

SHA 0 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2008 TOTAL

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W-L 0-0 0-0

ERA 9.53 9.53

SV 0 0

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31 EVAN MARSHALL RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER So.-1L 6-1 204 R/R Sunnyvale, Calif. Homestead HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 3.1 5 4 3 2 5

Opponent (last time) vs. Northwestern vs. Missouri vs. Oklahoma two times (vs. Missouri) at Texas vs. Butler

Date 3/24/09 4/19/09 3/21/09 4/19/09 4/26/08 3/15/09

A consistent pitcher who compete well and knows how to win... Made 28 appearances out of the bullpen last season, but could turn his attention to a starting role.

FRESHMAN (2009) Made 28 appearances – all in relief – earning a 2-2 record... His 28 appearances tied for fourth in school history in both single-season game appearances and single-season relief appearances... Helped the 2009 K-State pitching staff set the school record for strikeouts and rank second in school history in fewest walks per nine innings, third in ERA and tied for fifth in opponent batting average in the aluminum bat era... Was an excellent stopper as he limited just 36.8-percent of inherited runners to score... Also retired a team-best 78.9-percent (22-of-28) of first batters faced... Finished the season with a 6.39 ERA, allowing 22 earned runs on 41 hits with nine walks and 19 strikeouts in 31.0 innings of work... Recorded three strikeouts against Niagara before throwing 2.0 scoreless innings with a season-best five strikeouts against Butler... Threw a season-high 3.1 innings against Northwestern... Tossed 1.2 innings at No. 2 Texas, allowing one earned run on one hit with a strikeout... Threw 1.0 scoreless inning against No. 8 Baylor, Wichita State, Texas Tech and vs. No. 5 Texas in the Big 12 Championship.

HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL Lettered and started four years for the Mustangs under head coach Chuck Camuso... Led team to a 17-13 record and the team’s first playoff game in 2008... Went 7-6 as a senior with one save and a 2.48 ERA in 83.1 inning pitched... Also recorded 113 strikeouts as opposed to just 28 walks... Earned a 10-3 record with a 1.74 ERA and 112 strikeouts as a junior... Named the team MVP all four years... Was also named first team all-league all four years, as well as second-team All-Central Coast Section as a junior... Named a 2008 Preseason Louisville Slugger Pre-Season High School All-American.

PERSONAL Evan Patrick Marshall was born April 18, 1990, in Mountain View, Calif... Parents are Steve and Janet Marshall... Lists greatest sports thrill as throwing a no-hitter his junior season... Plans on going into sports management after graduation... Majoring in business administration.

MARSHALL‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 2-2 2-2

ERA 6.39 6.39

SV 0 0

G-GS 28-0 28-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 31.0 31.0

H 41 41

R 28 28

ER 22 22

BB 9 9

SO 19 19

2B 5 5

3B 0 0

HR 3 3

B/AVG .325 .325

WP 6 6

HBP 3 3

BK 0 0

SFA 3 3

SHA 2 2

G-GS 12-0 12-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0

IP 13.1 13.1

H 20 20

R 12 12

ER 10 10

BB 4 4

SO 6 6

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

B/AVG .364 .364

WP 2 2

HBP 2 2

BK 0 0

SFA 2 2

SHA 1 1

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

W-L 1-1 1-1

ERA 6.75 6.75

SV 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES play... His 2008 squad was conference, regional sectional and state champions... Hit for the cycle as a junior against Grayslake Central.

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NICK MARTINI

Nicholas Scott Martini was born June 27, 1990, in Park Ridge, Ill... Parents are Scott and Kristin Martini... Has three siblings, Alex, Madison and Hannah... Father, Scott, played golf at Northeastern Illinois.

OUTFIELDER So.-1L 5-11 193 L/L Crystal Lake, Ill. Prairie Ridge HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 6 4 4 4 2 2 2 3

Opponent (last time) two times (at Texas) vs. North Dakota at Rice vs. Butler vs. BYU five times (vs. Texas Tech) three times (vs. North Dakota) vs. Texas A&M

Date 4/25/09 4/29/09 5/30/09 3/14/09 5/5/09 5/9/09 4/29/09 4/10/09

A freshman All-American in 2009 as the everyday left fielder... Will move to center field for his sophomore campaign and will look to be a team leader in 2010.

FRESHMAN (2009) One of the best freshman hitters in K-State history... Named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 accolades... Helped K-State to the top team batting average in the Big 12 and third-best in school history... Was also a main component in helping the Cats set school records for single-season hits and stolen bases... Appeared in all 62 games last season, teaming with six other individuals to set the school record for games played in a season... Finished third on the team in batting average at .336 (79-of-232)... Recorded a team-high 17 doubles, two triples, four home runs and 50 RBI... Successful on 19-of-24 stolen-base attempts... Finished fifth in the Big 12 in both doubles and stolen bases, while he was 18th in the league in batting average... Set K-State freshman records in runs scored and hits... Also finished fifth in school history in single-season at-bats... Finished his rookie campaign second on the team in multi-hit games with 25 and third in multi-RBI contests with 12... Also recorded 17 two-out RBI and 13 infield hits... Began the season with a nine-game hitting streak, going 14-for-35 (.400) with five doubles, one triple and seven RBI... Earned All-Houston Regional honors as he went 8-for-18 in the program’s first-ever regional with two doubles and seven RBI... Went 3-for-5 in each of the first two games of the regional, including against No. 6 Rice, in which he recorded four RBI and led K-State to the regional final... Scored four runs against Butler, the most by a Wildcat since 2007... Had a good series against Baylor, going 7-for-12 with one double and four RBI... Also went 6-for-13 in a three-game series against Nebraska... Tallied consecutive three-hit games to help the Cats tally a pair of upsets over No. 2 Texas in Austin... Went 3-for-3 with a season-high two doubles against Niagara... Collected a season-best four hits against North Dakota, while he went 3-for-3 with a season-high two home runs against BYU.

PRAIRIE RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Lettered and started three years for the Wolves, the last under head coach Dave Haskins... Rated the top hitter in Illinois by Prep Baseball Report and was also named the Most Valuable Hitter at the 2007 18-under Wood Bat Continental Amateur Baseball Association World Series... A career .474 hitter with 55 doubles, six triples, 14 home runs and 101 RBI... Was named all-conference, all-area and all-state as a sophomore, junior and senior... Led team to a 32-8 record as a senior, including a 15-0 record in conference

MARTINI‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

AVG .336 .336

G-GS 62-61 62-61

AB 232 232

R 54 54

H 78 78

2B 17 17

3B 2 2

HR 4 4

RBI 50 50

TB 111 111

SLUG SB-A .478 19-24 .478 19-24

SO 41 41

BB 27 27

HBP 9 9

SF 3 3

SH 3 3

OB% .421 .421

PO 96 96

A 2 2

E 1 1

FLD .990 .990

R 15 15

H 33 33

2B 5 5

3B 1 1

HR 1 1

RBI 15 15

TB 43 43

SLUG .422 .422

SO 21 21

BB 10 10

HBP 4 4

SF 0 0

SH 2 2

OB% .405 .405

PO 53 53

A 1 1

E 0 0

FLD 1.000 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2009 TOTAL

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AVG .324 .324

G-GS 26-26 26-26

AB 102 102

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PLAYER PROFILES RBI against Central Arkansas on April 2... Had a great series against Texas A&M as he went 6-for-12, including a 3-for-4 day in the series finale on April 6... Came back with another 3-for-4 performance against Wichita State on April 8, raising his average to a season-best .349... Recorded a season-best six putouts at Creighton on April 15.

8 ADAM MUENSTER

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2007) Appeared in 43 games, starting 38... Hit .294 – the third best on the team – with six doubles, three triples and one home run, while driving in 20 RBI... Also excelled with runners in scoring position, hitting .333... Had 10 stolen bases in 11 attempts... Was also productive in situational hitting, generating seven sacrifice hits and one sacrifice fly... Reached the four-hit mark in two games, against Oklahoma State on April 15 and against Chicago State on May 2... Also had four three-hit games, including going 3-for-5 with a career-high four RBI in the Big 12 Tournament against Texas... Went 3-for-5 with two doubles, three RBI and three runs scored against St. John’s... Ended the season on fire, going 29-for-78 (.372) over his last 20 games.

INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER Sr.-3L 5-10 189 S/R Omaha, Neb. Millard North HS •

CAREER HIGHS Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 6 4 4 3 1 3 3 3

Opponent (last time) at Oklahoma State two times (vs. Chicago State) vs. Texas two times (vs. Central Christian) three times (vs. Missouri) vs. Binghamton two times (at Baylor) three times (at San Diego State)

Date 4/15/07 5/2/07 5/23/07 4/18/07 4/18/09 3/21/08 3/28/09 3/1/09

FRESHMAN (2006) Redshirt season.

MILLARD NORTH HIGH SCHOOL A two-year letterwinner at Millard North High School in Omaha, Neb., under coach Dave Cork... Received second team all-state and all-metro honors... Played second base for Nebraska Class A high school baseball championship team... Team was ranked third in the country by USA Today... Team went 38-0 en route to 2005 state title.

One of just three seniors who will be called upon to provide leadership... Transitioned from outfield to middle infield last year, but saw most of his time as the designated hitter... Needs just 10 stolen bases to hold the Kansas State career record.

JUNIOR (2009) Saw time in 59 games, including 54 starts, primarily as the designated hitter... Was a vital part in helping the Cats set school records for single-season hits and stolen bases... Finished seventh on the team in hitting with a .292 (59-for-202) average, but excelled against Big 12 competition as he hit .311, which ranked fourth on the team... Ended the season with 11 doubles, two triples, two home runs and 18 RBI... Stole a team-high 24 stolen bases, which tied him for second in the Big 12 and ninth in K-State history... Also drew 42 walks from his leadoff spot, which was third-best in the conference and tied for ninth in Kansas State history... Worked two walks in 12 different games... Moved into a tie for fifth in career sacrifice hits at K-State with 17, while he is fourth in career stolen bases with 52... Tallied 14 multi-hit games... Hit safely in 22 of the final 24 games to close the season, including a K-State season-long 10-game hitting streak... Raised his batting average 42 points – from .250 to .292 – during the final 24 games... Went 3-for-3 with one double, one home run and two RBI against No. 13 Oklahoma... Also had consecutive three-hit games at No. 8 Baylor, tallying one RBI in each contest... Went 3-for-5 with a home run and two RBI against North Dakota... Stole a season-high three bases against Niagara and No. 8 Baylor, while also stealing two bags against BYU and No. 24 Kansas.

PERSONAL Adam Douglas Muenster was born April 23, 1987, in Omaha, Neb... He is the son of Brian and Elizabeth Muenster... Has a sister Samantha... His interests include music, movies, and golf... Majoring in social science.

SOPHOMORE (2008) Played in 48 games, earning 45 starts, primarily in left field... Hit .268 with six doubles and 15 RBI... Was 18-for-22 in stolen base attempts, which tied the team lead and tied for fourth in the Big 12... Went on an 18-game hitting streak from March 18 against BYU until going hitless against Baylor on April 13... The 18-game hit streak was the fourth longest in school history... Was 3-for-4 with one run scored against Lamar on March 1... Went 2-for-4 with two RBI against Oklahoma State on March 29... Also had another two

MUENSTER‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG G-GS .294 43-38 .268 48-45 .292 59-54 .285 150-137

AB 153 153 202 508

R 32 20 44 96

H 45 41 59 145

2B 6 6 11 23

3B 3 0 2 5

HR 1 0 2 3

RBI 20 15 18 53

TB 60 47 80 187

SLUG SB-A .392 10-11 .307 18-22 .396 24-30 .368 52-63

SO 29 26 33 88

BB 17 22 42 81

HBP 3 3 0 6

SF 1 1 1 3

SH 7 5 5 17

OB% .374 .369 .412 .388

PO 61 73 9 143

A 3 2 11 16

E 2 1 1 4

FLD .970 .987 .952 .975

R 10 9 18 37

H 15 20 32 67

2B 1 2 6 9

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 0 0 2 2

RBI 3 7 7 17

TB 16 22 46 84

SLUG SB-A .276 2-3 .278 6-7 .447 9-11 .350 17-21

SO 10 16 19 45

BB 5 7 16 28

HBP 2 2 0 4

SF 0 1 0 1

SH 2 3 2 7

OB% .338 .326 .403 .363

PO 29 37 0 66

A 2 1 0 3

E 1 1 0 2

FLD .969 .974 .000 .972

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

AVG .259 .253 .311 .279

G-GS 17-15 25-23 26-26 68-64

AB 58 79 103 240

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PLAYER PROFILES Oklahoma State before picking up his fifth win against BYU in his next appearance... Tossed 2.0 innings of no-hit ball against Baylor in the Big 12 Championship... Named to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year watch list prior to the season... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 accolades, while being named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict team and the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

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FRESHMAN (2008)

Made 25 appearances, all out of the bullpen... His 25 appearances tied for fifth in school history for a single season... Earned a 5-1 record with a 3.59 ERA in 42.2 innings, while striking out 33 and issuing 14 walks... His five victories were the most by a Wildcat true • • • freshman since 1999... Was efficient in his nine Big 12 outings, earning a 1-1 record with a 4.26 ERA and a 16-to-5 strikeout-to-walk ratio... Was able to slam the door on opponents as he allowed just eight hits in 51 at bats when pitching with two outs... Struck out at least three batters in five appearances... Did not allow an earned run in his first CAREER HIGHS 10.0 innings pitched... Also went 21.0 innings without allowing an earned run from April Category Highs Opponent (last time) Date 8 against Wichita State until May 4 against Missouri... Picked up his first collegiate win Innings Pitched 7.1 at Texas Tech 4/18/08 against Michigan State on March 2 after allowing just one hit in 3.2 innings... Threw 1.2 Hits 6 vs. Oklahoma 3/21/09 innings of no-hit ball with three strikeouts to pick up the win against Washington State... Runs 6 at Kansas 5/17/09 Earned Runs 4 four times (at Rice) 6/1/09 Had his best performance of the season at Texas Tech on April 18 as he pitched 7.1 scoreWalks 3 at Rice 6/1/09 less innings in relief, allowing just three hits while striking out a season-high five batters... Strikeouts 5 three times (at Baylor) 3/28/09 His performance against the Red Raiders dropped his ERA from 2.35 to 1.59... Fanned Kansas State’s most dependable relief pitcher in 2009... Will be asked to become a week- four batters in 3.1 scoreless innings against Texas on April 25. end starter after starting the final game of the 2009 season and during the summer.

LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Jr.-2L 5-11 189 R/L Spring, Texas Oak Ridge HS

OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORE (2009)

A four-year starter and letterwinner as a pitcher and first baseman for the War Eagles under head coaches Todd Doucet and Stacy Scheiner... Complied a career record of 14-9 with a 2.20 ERA... Was named the District 15-5A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman in 2004... Earned first team all-district and first team all-county honors in 2006 and 2007... Also second team all-Houston area and a team MVP in 2007.... Named a Houston Area Baseball Coaches Association (HABCA) All-Star.

Made a school-record 32 appearances, earning a 5-2 record with four saves and a 4.33 ERA after allowing 26 earned runs on 47 hits with 14 walks and 58 strikeouts in 54.0 innings... Also set the school record with 31 relief appearances, while his 32 game appearances moved him into the top 10 for a career at Kansas State... Helped the 2009 K-State pitching staff set the school record for strikeouts and rank second in school history in fewest walks per nine innings, third in ERA and tie for fifth in opponent batting average in the aluminum bat era... Ranked fifth in the Big 12 in appearances and tied for ninth in saves... Allowed a team-low 30.3-percent (10of-33) of inherited runners to score... Finished second on the team by retiring 74.2-percent (23-of-31) of first batters faced... Recorded at least two strikeouts (29 total) in ninestraight appearances from March 13 thru April 10... Earned his first victory of the season against No. 26 San Diego State after allowing one earned run on two hits and a strikeout in 1.0 inning... Picked up his second win against Butler, throwing 3.2 no-hit innings with a season-high five strikeouts... Had an excellent series against No. 15 Texas A&M, recording a 2.1-inning save with just one hit and three strikeouts in the second game, while picking up the victory as the Wildcats won the series in game three after allowing just one hit in 1.2 innings... Helped the Cats salvage the final game of the Missouri series as he threw 3.2 no-hit innings with four strikeouts for his fourth win of the year... Earned his fourth save of the year against

PERSONAL Thomas Henry Rooke was born June 26, 1989, in The Woodlands, Texas... He is the son of Charlie and Eleanor Rooke... Has one sister, Katie... A fouryear academic letterman, Rotary Club Student of the Year nominee and Montgomery County Scholar-Athlete finalist... Plans on becoming a sports marketer after college... Majoring in marketing.

ROOKE‚S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

W-L 5-1 5-2 10-3

ERA 3.59 4.33 4.00

SV 0 4 4

G-GS 25-0 32-1 57-1

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/1 0/0 0/1

IP 42.2 54.0 96.2

H 35 47 82

R 17 28 45

ER 17 26 43

BB 14 14 28

SO 33 58 91

2B 8 10 18

3B 1 0 1

HR 2 9 11

B/AVG .230 .239 .235

WP 3 0 3

HBP 2 1 3

BK 0 2 2

SFA 2 2 4

SHA 4 3 7

G-GS 9-0 15-0 24-0

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/1 0/0 0/1

IP 19.0 28.0 47.0

H 19 27 46

R 9 19 28

ER 9 17 26

BB 5 4 9

SO 16 25 41

2B 2 8 10

3B 1 0 1

HR 1 7 8

B/AVG .260 .2500 .254

WP 2 1 2

HBP 1 1 2

BK 0 1 1

SFA 1 1 2

SHA 0 1 1

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

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W-L 1-1 1-1 2-2

ERA 4.26 5.46 4.98

SV 0 3 3

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BEN HEAIRET

OUTFIELDER Fr.-RS 6-0 189 L/L Wichita, Kan. Maize HS

LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-RS 6-6 177 L/L Omaha, Neb. Burke HS

An in-state product who used a redshirt season to get acclimated to the Division I level... Is coming off a fall injury, but will likely start in left field.

Has tremendous projection due to an athletic 6-5 frame, but has battle injuries since coming to Manhattan... Will look to bounce back and throw some innings after a redshirt season in 2009.

Freshman (2009): Redshirt season. Freshman (2009): Redshirt season. Maize HS: Lettered and started three seasons for the Eagles under head coach Rocky Helm... Led team to regional championships as a freshman, sophomore and senior... Team won the state championship in 2005, while it was the runner up in 2006 and fifth in 2008... Hit .518 his senior season and tied the school record for hits in a season... Named all-league and allstate as a sophomore and senior, while he was named the team’s MVP following his senior campaign. Personal: Nicholas Robert Cocking was born December 31, 1988, in Wichita, Kan... Parents are Jeff Cocking and Julie Kaylor... Has three siblings, Luke, Kevin and Will... Grandson of Howard Sherwood, a 2004 inductee of the K-State Athletics Hall of Fame and president of the Kansas State Golf Course Management and Research Foundation Board... Majoring in sociology/criminology.

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Burke HS: Lettered and started three years for the Bulldogs under coaches Mike Sortino and Scott Hodges... Led team to a district championship in 2007 and runner-up finishes in 2006 and 2008... Played for Team Nebraska his sophomore and junior campaigns... Also played two years of basketball... Was a four-year member of the 3.5 GPA and over honor roll and National Honors Society. Personal: Benjamin James Heairet was born September 2, 1989, in Omaha, Neb... Parents are James and Rhonda Heairet... Majoring in interior design.

2 DAVID ALLDAY

BRAD CLEMENT

INFIELDER Jr.-JC 5-11 207 L/L Texarkana, Texas Texarkana JC •

INFIELDER Fr.-HS 5-11 177 R/R Brunswick, Ohio St. Ignatius HS

A successful junior-college player who will look to translate game to the Division I level... A talented prospect out of northeast Ohio who will add depth to the middle infield positions. Slated to be the starting first baseman. St. Ignatius HS: Lettered two years for the Wildcats under head coach Brad Ganor... Named Texarkana College: A two-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs under head coach Will Bolt... to the ESPN Rise All-Northeast Ohio Team as a shortstop... Also a Perfect Game Top Prospect Named the Player of the Year in the Region XIV’s East Zone as a sophomore in 2009... Also selection and the 2008 Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference Offensive Player of the Year... Hit earned second team All-American accolades and won the Rawlings Big Stick Award as a soph- .355 with a team-leading eight home runs, 31 RBI, 45 runs scored, a .471 on-base percentage omore... Hit .438 (70-for-160) with 13 doubles, three triples, 10 home runs and 54 RBI, lead- and a single-season school record 27 walks as a junior, leading the Wildcats to a second-place ing Texarkana to a conference championship and regional runner-up finish... Teammate of Trey state finish... Named a team captain his senior campaign, hitting .400 with 12 doubles, six home runs and 42 RBI... Also an honors student. Buck, who also signed with the Wildcats out of Texarkana. Texas HS: Was a standout baseball and football player for the Tigers under head coach Glen Welch... Led team to a district championship as a senior in 2007, earning all-district, all-area and all-region honors... Also lettered in football... Was named the offensive newcomer of the year and an academic All-American.

Personal: Bradley T. Clement was born October 3, 1990, in Brunswick, Ohio... Parents are Dan and Nadine Clement... Has two siblings, Shawna and Brandy... Grandfather played minor league baseball.

Personal: William David Allday was born December 20, 1988, in Texarkana, Texas... Parents are Ed and Starr Thompson... Has four siblings, ranging from ages 10 to 25... Is related to Drew Stubbs, who is an outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds... Majoring in social science.

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JAKE DOLLER

CATCHER Fr.-HS 5-11 200 R/R Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 6-2 200 R/R Lake Waukomis, Mo. Rockhurst HS

A local product who will battle for the No. 2 catching spot... An accomplished hitter who is becoming more polished defensively.

One of the top prep pitchers in the Kansas City area... Will be in the mix as a reliever.

Manhattan HS: A four-year letterwinner for the Indians under head coach Don Hess... Named First Team All-Centennial League and second team all-state as a junior after hitting .526 with 11 doubles, one home run and 32 RBI... Earned Louisville Slugger High School All-American honorable mention honors as a senior, as well as being named Centennial Co-Player of the Year and first team all-state... Hit .500 with eight doubles, two triples and seven home runs as a senior... Participated in the Kansas Association of Baseball Coaches (KABC) All-Star Game... Also a three-year letterwinner in football, earning honorable mention all-league and first team AllFlint Hills accolades as a senior... A four-year honors student who was a KMAN Student-Athlete of the Year nominee.

Rockhurst HS: Lettered for the Hawkletts under head coach Jim DeGraw... A second team allstate and Kansas City Star All-Metro honorable mention selection as a senior... Participated in the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association (MHSBCA) Senior All-Star Series... Also lettered two years in football. Personal: Jake Fredrick Doller was born June 9, 1990... Parents are Jeff and Nancy Doller... Has one sibling, Mackenzie.

Personal: Blair Louis DeBord was born December 9, 1990, in Manhattan, Kan... Parents are Blake and Brenda DeBord... Both parents attended K-State... Has one sibling, Brooks.

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GERARDO ESQUIVEL

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 5-10 155 R/R Gilbert, Ariz. Mesa HS

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 5-11 167 R/R Chicago, Ill. De La Salle Institute

One of nine freshmen pitchers on the roster... Will battle for innings after posting impressive numbers as a prep.

One of the top prep pitchers out of the Chicago area who was selected by the Chicago Cubs out of high school... Will use the 2010 season to rehab an injury suffered during the summer.

Mesa HS: A three-year letterwinner for the Jackrabbits... Earned first team all-region honors as a senior after carding a 2.70 ERA with 54 strikeouts in 48 innings... Named first team allregion, first team All-East Valley and second team all-state as a junior after recording a 2.80 ERA in 60 innings pitched with 85 strikeouts and 14 walks... Earned second team all-region honors as a sophomore.

De La Salle HS: Lettered for the Meteros as a pitcher and middle infielder under head coach Nick Bridich... Named a Chicago Catholic League All-Star... Earned Academic All-Catholic League honors as a senior... Pitched a one-hit, 13-strikeout game as a senior... Also lettered two years in basketball... Was drafted in the 24th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft by the Chicago Cubs.

Personal: Ryan Andrew Downs was born February 8, 1991, in Chandler, Ariz... Parents are Tim and Brenda Downs... Has one sibling, Ethan... Majoring in criminology.

Personal: Gerardo John Esquivel was born April 28, 1991, in Chicago, Ill... Parents are Gerardo and Lisa Esquivel... Has one sister... Majoring in sociology/criminology with the intention of becoming a detective.

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TYLER GIANNONATTI

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Jr.-JC 6-4 205 R/R Yates Center, Kan. Allen County CC

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 5-11 195 R/R Chandler, Ariz. Corona del Sol HS

A Kansas product who posted excellent numbers in junior college... Could be called upon to throw significant innings in 2010.

One of the top prep pitchers out of the state of Arizona... Will look to gain innings throughout the season after showing great composure during the fall.

Allen County CC: A two-year starter for the Red Devils under head coach Valis McLean... Was named Second Team All-Jayhawk Conference and earned a trip to the Sophomore All-Star Game after earning a 7-4 record and a 3.35 ERA... Started 14 games, allowing 29 earned runs on 61 hits in 78.0 innings with 17 walks and 73 strikeouts... Also threw four complete games, including one shutout... Limited opponents to a .212 batting average... Went 3-2 as a freshman with a 4.86 ERA, allowing nine earned runs on 26 hits with 11 walks and 14 strikeouts in 16.0 innings.

Corona del Sol HS: A three-year letterwinner for the Aztecs under head coach Dave Webb... Earned first-team all-city and all-division honors in 2007 and 2009... Earned honorable mention all-state accolades and named to the Arizona Baseball Coaches Association Senior AllStar Game in 2009... Earned a career 14-4 record and a 4.05 ERA, allowing 50 earned runs on 117 hits with 44 walks and 91 strikeouts in 111.0 innings... Led team to a 25-7 record and a state championship as a senior when he went 7-1 with a 1.64 ERA, allowing 13 earned runs on 42 hits with 18 walks and 50 strikeouts in 55.1 innings... Also a career .371 hitter with 23 doubles, three triples, 11 home runs and 85 RBI... Lettered three years in football, earning allregion and all-state honors.

Yates Center HS: A four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats under head coach Leon Weber... A three-year All-Tri Valley selection... Averaged 2.2 strikeouts per innings, while he struck out 20 batters in one seven-inning contest... Also lettered four years in basketball, leading his team to a fourth-place state finish in 2007.

Personal: Tyler Giannonatti was born October 25, 1990, in Chandler, Ariz... Parents are Mark and Pam Giannonatti... Has three siblings, Justin, Brittany and Nicole... High school teammate Ryan Moore was also part of K-State’s 2009 signing class... Majoring in business administraPersonal: Brandon Wayne Faulkner was born October 8, 1988, in Bremerhaven, Germany... tion. Parents are Wayne and Karen Faulkner... Has three sisters... Majoring in sociology/criminology.

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CHASE GRASKEWICZ

ROBERT HAWKINS

CATCHER Fr.-HS 5-10 180 S/R Hudson, Wis. Hudson HS

LEFT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 6-3 200 L/L Greeley, Colo. Greeley West HS

A solid defensive catcher who will battle for the backup spot... A tough player who also lettered four years in football as a prep.

An exceptional high school hitter who will turn his concentration to the mound... Could gain immediate playing time as he is one of just four left-handed pitchers on the roster.

Hudson HS: A four-year letterwinner for the Raiders under head coach Ryan Huppert... Earned All-Big Rivers Conference honors all four seasons, while he was named the team’s MVP his sophomore through senior years... Also named the team’s defensive MVP as a sophomore and senior, while he earned all-district and all-state accolades his sophomore through senior campaigns... Led team to a 21-9 overall record and regional championship as a senior... Also lettered four years in football – earning all-conference honors the final two seasons – and two years in basketball... Was an honors student and won the Athletic Scholar Award.

Greeley West HS: A three-year letterwinner for the Spartans under head coach Brian Holmes... Named the team’s MVP and earned first team all-conference accolades as a junior before being named the conference player of the year and earning all-state honors as a senior... Hit .480 both seasons with four homers and 13 doubles as a junior and six home runs and 18 doubles as a senior... Did not pitch extensively until the summer following his senior season when he earned a 7-1 record and a 2.10 ERA with 56 strikeouts and 26 walks, leading the Greeley Gojos to a state championship... An honor roll student in 2008 and 2009, and a member of the National Honors Society.

Personal: Chase Aaron Graskewicz was born July 11, 1990, in Columbus, Ohio... Parents are Kerry and Beth Graskewicz... Has two siblings, Tyler and Olivia.

Personal: Robert Justin Hawkins was born November 24, 1990, in Greeley, Colo... Parents are Mark and Andrea Hawkins... Had one sibling, Henry.

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RYAN MOORE

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 6-0 180 R/L Appleton, Wis. Freedom HS

OUTFIELDER Fr.-HS 5-11 172 R/R Chandler, Ariz. Corona del Sol HS

One of two freshmen on the roster from the state of Wisconsin... Will look to establish the consistency he showed as a junior when he broke his high school’s strikeout record.

A great athlete who has exceptional speed... Will back up at one of the corner outfield positions while continuing to improve at the plate.

Freedom HS: A three-year letterwinner for the Irish under head coach Adam Fox... Was a twotime first team all-conference pitcher and was a participant in the Milwaukee Brewers Classic All-Star Game... Went 5-3 with a 1.27 ERA as a junior, recording 85 strikeouts, which broke the school’s strikeout record... Earned a 3.43 ERA with 25 strikeouts as a senior... Also lettered four years in football, earning honorable mention all-conference honors as a quarterback... A high honors student who was a member of the National Honors Society.

Corona del Sol HS: Lettered three years for the Aztecs under head coach Dave Webb... Named first team all-city, all-division and all-state as a senior, while he was second team all-city as a junior... A member of the Senior Arizona Sunbelt Team... Held a career .379 batting average with 14 doubles, four triples, two home runs and 42 RBI, while he was 21-of-22 in stolen-base attempts... Led team to a 25-7 record and a state championship as a senior as he hit .471 with six doubles, one triple, one home run and 13 RBI, while he was a perfect 14-for-14 in stolen bases... Also scored a school-record 53 runs... Hit .356 as a junior with five doubles, three triples, one homer and 15 RBI.

Personal: Dale Elliot Kube was born September 20, 1990, in Danville, Penn... Parents are Jerry and Sandra Kube... Has one sibling, Adam... Majoring in business administration.

Personal: Ryan Thomas Moore was born April 28, 1991, in Chandler, Ariz... Parents are Thomas and Laura Moore... Has one sister... High school teammate Tyler Giannonatti was also part of K-State’s 2009 signing class... Majoring in education.

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TYLER STURGES

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 5-10 177 R/R Olathe, Kan. Olathe South HS

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Fr.-HS 5-9 160 R/R Edmond, Okla. Santa Fe HS

One of two incoming freshmen pitchers from the Kansas City area... Was the top pitcher on his high school team that advanced to the state finals last season.

A freshman pitcher who displayed great command during the fall... Will be in the mix to battle for innings throughout the season.

Olathe South HS: A four-year letterwinner for the Falcons under head coach Josh Perkins... Led team to a 15-7 record, a regional championship and a state runner-up finish as a senior... Earned honorable mention All-Metro honors from the Kansas City Star his senior year after going 3-3 with a 1.47 ERA in 57.1 innings pitched... Named the 2009 Olathe South Pitcher of the Year, first team all-conference and second team all-state... A participant in the 2009 Kansas State High School All-Star Game... Holds the school’s single-season strikeout record with 87.

Santa Fe HS: Lettered for the Wolves under head coach Lonny Cobble... Named league MVP and all-city as a senior, leading his team to a 38-9 record, a conference and regional championship, and a state runner-up finish... Also lettered in cross county and soccer.

Personal: Keith John Picht was born August 29, 1991, in Phillipsburg, N.J... Parents are Keith and Tamara Picht... Has two siblings, Amanda and Kyle... Father, Keith, was a pitcher in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization... Majoring in nutrition and kinesiology.

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Personal: Tyler Scott Sturges was born June 18, 1991, in Tucson, Ariz... Parents are Scott and Nicole Sturges... Has two siblings, Jourdan and Dylon... Majoring in business administration.


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TANNER WITT

KENT URBAN OUTFIELDER Jr.-JC 6-0 224 L/L Seward, Neb. Barton County CC

INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER Fr.-HS 5-10 177 R/R Hawthorn Woods, Ill. Lake Zurich HS

A junior college walk-on who displayed great hustle and desire during fall practice... Can play either corner outfield position and could also DH.

A versatile athlete who can play the infield, outfield and can pitch... Will concentrate his efforts at second base while backing up at either corner outfield position.

Barton County CC: Played two seasons for the Cougars under head coach Mike Warren... Named honorable mention All-Jayhawk Conference as a sophomore after hitting .344 (64-for186) with 13 doubles, five triples, three home runs and 36 RBI... Led team to a 31-24 record berth into the Region VI Tournament... Hit .314 as a freshman with 11 doubles, four triples, three home runs and 29 RBI as the Cougars finished 28-22 and earned a berth into the Region VI Tournament.

Lake Zurich HS: A three-year letterwinner for the Bears under head coach Gary Simon... Rated the No. 1 shortstop, catcher, outfielder and hitter, and the No. 2 pitcher at the Full Package Showcase in October 2007... Also rated the No. 1 catcher and outfielder, No. 2 shortstop and pitcher, and No. 4 hitter at the Prep Baseball Report Chicago Showcase in September 2007... Led team to a conference and regional championship, while he was named all-conference and all-area... Also lettered in football as a quarterback and defensive back, leading his team to a conference and state championship... An honors student who participated in the Awana Leadership Counsel.

Lincoln Southwest HS: A four-year letterwinner for the Rockets under head coach Jerome Ehrlich... Earned first team all-state honors as a junior and senior and first team all-conference honors his sophomore through senior campaigns... Hit .391 with seven doubles, one triple, Personal: Tanner Cade Witt was born January 25, 1991, in Dallas, Texas... Parents are Tommy two home runs and 36 RBI as a senior, leading team to a district championship and a third- and Lorrie Witt... Has two siblings, Lauren and Seth... Majoring in business administration. place state finish... Hit .543 with eight doubles, two triples, a homer and 13 RBI as a junior... Also lettered three years in basketball, earning first team all-conference accolades, and one year in football... Earned a perfect 4.0 GPA and was a member of the National Honors Society. Personal: Kent Allen Urban was born September 1, 1988, in Lincoln, Neb... Parents are Bob and Lana Urban... Has two siblings, Brandon and Drew... Career ambition is to work for the Chicago Cubs organization... Majoring in business administration.

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2009 SEASON RECAP

BACK ROW (L to R): Justin Bloxom, Dan Rumsey, A.J. Morris, Strength Coach Scott Bird, Athletic Trainer Brandon Yoder, Assistant Coach Andy Sawyers, Assistant Coach Sean McCann, Head Coach Brad Hill, Assistant Coach Craig Ringe, Graduate Manager Matt Ueckert, Student Manager Mike Bargo, Director of Operations Justin Tadtman, Kayvon Bahramzadeh, Mike Kindel, Kyle Hunter, Thomas Rooke, Matt Applegate. FRONT ROW (L to R): James Allen, Adam Muenster, Carter Jurica, Matt Giller, Evan Marshall, Jake Brown, Dane Yelovich, Rob Vaughn, Todd Vogel, Bat Boy Dalton Bargo, Jordan Cruz, Drew Biery, Lance Hoge, Daniel Dellasega, David Masters, Ryan Daniel, Jason King, Mark Joukoff, Josh Crockett, Nick Martini.

CATS ADVANCE TO FIRST-EVER NCAA REGIONAL When people look back at the 2009 season of Kansas State Baseball, they will without a doubt say that club turned the corner and went in a different direction than any other team in the 109 year of baseball did. The 2009 Wildcats enjoyed the journey of traveling through unchartered waters in becoming the first team in school history to earn win more than 40 games and be selected for the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats were not able to accomplish everything it did in 2009 without hours of hard work, extreme hustle and a never-say-die attitude. The tone was set by the six seniors - Drew Biery, Jordan Cruz, Lance Hoge, Rob Vaughn, Todd Vogel and Dane Yelovich - and was followed by the rest of the 34-man roster, which included 14 true freshmen. With that mentality set for many years to come, it is believed by those close to the program that the 2009 season won’t be looked at as a pinnacle, but just beginning of a climb into one of college baseball’s elite. Kansas State relied heavily on the all-American right arm of junior A.J. Morris as its No. 1 starter, but also benefited from superb pitching from Hoge and Vogel. Those three weekend starters helped a pitching staff - which included eight newcomers - to combine for the third-lowest team ERA in school history. Morris, who was 4-4 with an ERA greater than 6.00 the year prior as the mid-week starter, virtually came out of nowhere to tally the most successful season by a pitcher in school history. The 2009 Big 12 Pitcher of the Year shattered the school record for wins and recorded the lowest ERA since 1972. Following his stellar campaign, Morris was named a consensus all-American and was a finalist for virtually every national player and pitcher of the year award. To counter the pitching staff’s efforts, the Kansas State offense had a complete turnaround from the year prior in which it hit .261. In 2009, however, the Cats won the Big 12 hitting title for the second time in the conference’s existence. K-State also led the Big 12 in triples with 22 and in stolen bases with a school-record 149. Justin Bloxom led the way at the plate for Kansas State as he became the fourth team triple-crown winner since 2000. Bloxom was .361 with 12 home runs and 63 RBI. His .361 average was eight points better than Carter Jurica, while Bloxom edged Cruz by one homer and Jason King by two RBI.

K-State moved to 26-9 and set the tone for the season after its walk-off win against No. 15 Texas A&M.

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A school-record 4,280 fans saw the Wildcats’ final home game in 2009, a 4-1 victory over rival Kansas.

A.J. Morris celebrates after K-State’s school-record 43rd win over No. 6 Rice in the NCAA Regional.


2009 SEASON RECAP KANSAS STATE FINISHED THE 2009 SEASON...

THE ART OF HITTING .300

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After hitting under .300 for the last two seasons, Kansas State jumped above the .300 mark in a big way by leading the Big 12 with a .317 batting average, the second time in school history the Cats led the Big 12 in average. The .317 average, which ranks third in school history, was also the highest since the 1997 squad hit .326. Kansas State was one of just four teams in the Big 12 to hit .300 or better this season. The Wildcats were able to accomplish this feat by having six of its nine regular starters hit .300 or better. The six players hitting over .300 were the most with at least 150 atbats per player since the 1997 club boasted seven. Justin Bloxom led the way with a .361 average, while Carter Jurica hit at a .353 clip.

With a school-record 43 wins, breaking the 1976 record of 35 victories. With 14 Big 12 wins, the most in school history. In the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. As the top-hitting team in the Big 12 Conference with a .317 average. With 22 triples, the most in the Big 12. Allowing 169 walks, the fewest in the Big 12 Out-scoring its opponents by 2.4 runs per game and 3.5 runs per win. In the top 10 in 14 different team-record categories. By setting 11 individual career or single-season records. With 12 wins over ranked opponents. Tied for 15th in the nation with 43 wins. With its fourth triple-crown winner since 2000 (Justin Bloxom). With six players drafted or signing free-agent contracts for the second-straight year. With six players hitting over .300, the most since 2002. With an average home attendance of 1,391, the most in Tointon Stadium history.

GOING NATIONAL Kansas State entered the national polls after a series win over Texas A&M in early April and shot up the polls to its first-ever Top-10 ranking on the heels of a road series win at national runner-up Texas. Following its series win against No. 15 Texas A&M, Kansas State entered Baseball America’s Top 25 for the first time in school history at No. 21. It was the highest ranking in school history, bettering the 2006 squad which was No. 24 by Collegiate Baseball on March 20 of that season. The Cats began to climb up the rankings, culminating with the program’s first-ever top-10 ranking by Baseball America on May 4

COMPLETE 180 The statistical difference between the 2008 Wildcats and the 2009 Wildcats was like night and day. The 2008 squad struggled throughout most the season, finishing with a batting average well below .300. The Wildcats hit at a .261 clip with 103 doubles, seven triples, 36 homers and 280 RBI. Kansas State finished the season at 29-29 without a single player hitting over .300. Fast forward to 2009. The Cats hit .317 - which was tops in the Big 12 - and had six players hitting .300 or better, including Justin Bloxom, who led the team and finished fourth in the conference at .361. The Wildcats also collected 123 doubles, a league-best 22 triples, 58 home runs and 420 RBI, while they stole a school-record 149 bases. The difference was also notable on the mound as the 2008 pitching staff combined to allow a .290 batting average to its opponents, hold a 5.02 ERA and strike out 343 batters. The 2009 edition, which included eight newcomers, combined to yield a .282 opponent batting average, while decreasing its ERA to 4.52 and increasing its strikeout total to a school-record 453.

ALL-BIG 12 TEAM

RUNNIN’ CATS Kansas State, which led the league in stolen bases in 2008, did it again in 2009 as the Cats stole a school-record 149 bases, including 57 in the final 23 games. The 149 steals were two shy of the Big 12 record, which was 151 by the 2007 Texas A&M squad. The Cats recorded more than double the second-place team as Texas A&M had 75. K-State also finished tied for second in the nation to Savannah State, which led the NCAA with 169. Individually, all nine of Kansas State’s everyday starters had at least five steals, while six Wildcats ranked in the top 10 in the Big 12. Dane Yelovich and Adam Muenster were tied for second in the Big 12 with 24, while Carter Jurica and Nick Martini are third and fourth with 23 and 19, respectively. Jordan Cruz was seventh at 17, while Jason King was tied for ninth at 14. This season, Kansas State recorded four or more steals 15 times, while the Cats tallied six or more steals on five occasions. The Wildcat season-high was nine steals against both Niagara and Butler. Of Kansas State’s 149 steals, 43 came in conference play, which was also a league best. The Wildcats had more steals in Big 12 games than two other teams in the league have overall steals.

THE TRIFECTA Kansas State made it a habit of hitting triples as K-State had 22 three-baggers in 2009, which led the Big 12 and was tied for 20th in the nation. The Cats, who had a pair of two-triple games, registered 12 of its triples against Big 12 opponents, which was tops in the league by five. The Wildcats, who had just seven triples a year ago, had nine players that recorded at least one three-bagger, including Jason King, who paced the squad with five, the most by a Wildcat in a single season since Heath Schesser had eight in 1997.

Kansas State was impressive throughout the entire 2009 season, and one has to look no further at the Big 12 statistics. The Wildcats won the Big 12 team batting title at .317 and finished fourth in the league in team ERA at 4.52. Kansas State edged Oklahoma in hitting by one point, while it was 0.02 away from second place in the league in ERA. The Cats claimed two of the top 10 hitters as Justin Bloxom was fourth at .361 and Carter Jurica was tied for eighth at .353. In ERA, Kansas State was edged Texas A&M and Kansas by 0.02 for second, while Texas led the Big 12 all season long with a sub-3.00 ERA, finishing the year at 2.95. The Wildcats boasted its top two starting pitchers in the top 20 in individual ERA in A.J. Morris, who was second at 2.09 and senior left-hander Lance Hoge, who was 16th in the Big 12 at 4.54. The Wildcats were also among the league’s best in nine other offensive categories. The Cats led the league in stolen bases (149) and triples (22). K-State was second in onbase percentage (.399), runs scored (458), hits (675) and RBI (420). Kansas State finished the season third in doubles (123), while the Cats were fourth in slugging percentage (.478) and fewest strikeouts (393). On the mound, the Wildcats were tops in the Big 12 in walks allowed (169), while they were tied for first with six complete games. K-State completed the season third in fewest runs allowed (308), and fourth in innings pitched (547.1) and fewest earned runs allowed (274).

DOUBLE YOUR FUN

It was a rarity in 2009 for Kansas State to tally less than 10 hits as the Wildcats reached the double-digit hit total on 42 occasions in its 62 games. The Cats were able to keep that pace going in Big 12 play as they had 17 10-plus hit games in 26 tries. Last season, Kansas State had just 20 games overall with 10 or more hits. Since head coach Brad Hill took over in 2004, the most 10-plus hit games K-State had in a season was 33 in 2005. K-State tallied a season-high 23 hits against North Dakota, the most since 2005. The Cats also tallied 16 hits against Oklahoma and 15 against Nebraska, the fifth-straight PACKED HOUSE Not only did Kansas State tally the most victories in school history, they also played year Kansas State recorded at least 15 hits in a single conference game. in front of the highest average home crowd in 109 years of baseball. This season, the Cats attracted an average attendance of 1,391 in 31 home games, the most since Toin- POWER CATS The 2009 Kansas State squad proved to be one of the best home-run teams in reton Family Stadium renovated and rededicated in 2002. It was the first time in school history the Cats had an average home attendance greater than 1,000, while they had cent school history. The Cats tallied 58 homers in 2009, which was third in school history. The 58 homers were the most since the 1997 squad hit a school-record 75. an average of 528 more fans than they did in 2008. Junior Justin Bloxom led the team with 12 home runs, including four in the final six Of K-State’s 31 home games, more than 1,000 fans turned out on 18 occasions, while they had an attendance of 2,000 or more five times. In the final home game of the sea- games to claim top honors on the squad. Senior Jordan Cruz, who had just four career son against Kansas on May 15, 4,280 fans saw a 4-1 victory and broke a Tointon Fam- home runs entering his final campaign, recorded 11 homers, including a pair to fuel the ily Stadium record in the process. The 4,280 fans were 254 more than the previous record Cats in an extra-inning win at No. 2 Texas. Bloxom and Cruz combined to become the first pair of Wildcats with at least 10 of 4,026 set against the Jayhawks on April 22, 2006, which preceded the 2006 spring homers since Steve Murphy and Joe Roundy each had 10 in 2005. However, Bloxom football game. and Cruz were the first two Cats with more than 10 home runs since Scott Poepard and Heath Schesser each had a school-record 16 in 1997.

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IN THE BOOKS

WILDCATS IN THE RECORD BOOKS

WILDCATS IN THE BIG 12 RANKS

Below is an updated look at Wildcat players who entered the top 10 in school records.

Below is a look at the Wildcats finished in the final 2009 Big 12 Conference statistics.

James Allen

Lance Hoge

Relief Appearances, Season 24, t10th Hit Batters, Season 10, t8th

Games Started, Season 15, t5th

Matt Applegate Relief Appearances, Season 24, t10th

Drew Biery Games Played, Career 181, 9th Games Started, Career 163, 9th Games Started, Season 57, t8th At-Bats, Career 622, 9th Doubles, Career 41, 8th Doubles, Game 3, t1st Hit-By-Pitch, Career 29, 2nd Sacrifice Hits, Career 21, 2nd Sacrifice Hits, Season 9, t4th Total Fielding Chances, Career 990, 5th Assists, Career 404, 7th Assists, Season 175, t4th

Justin Bloxom Games Played, Season 62, t1st Games Started, Season 62, t1st At-Bats, Season 244, 2nd Hits, Season 88, t3rd Extra-Base Hits, Season 32, 5th Singles, Season 56, t9th Home Runs, Season 12, t5th RBI, Season 63, 4th Total Bases, Season 148, 3rd Strikeouts, Career 118, t8th Strikeouts, Season 49, t10th Total Fielding Chances, Career 1267, 2nd Total Fielding Chances, Season 622, 1st Putouts, Career 1166, 2nd Putouts, Season 572, 1st

Jordan Cruz Games Played, Season 62, t1st Games Started, Season 62, t1st Strikeouts, Season 49, t10th Hit-By-Pitch, Career 26, 3rd

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Carter Jurica Games Played, Season 62, t1st Games Started, Season 62, t1st At-Bats, Season 238, 3rd Runs Scored Season 61, t7th Hits, Season 84, t7th Singles, Season 62, t2nd Doubles, Game 3, t1st Hit-By-Pitch, Season 12, 7th Assists, Season 184, 2nd Assists, Game 10, 1st

Jason King Games Played, Season 62, t1st Games Started, Season 62, t1st At-Bats, Season 247, 1st RBI, Season 61, 8th Total Bases, Season 125, t9th Sacrifice Flies, Career 10, t8th Sacrifice Flies, Season 5, t10th

Evan Marshall Game Appearances, Season 28, t4th Relief Appearances, Season 28, t4th

Nick Martini Games Played, Season 62, t1st Games Started, Season 61, 6th At-Bats, Season 232, 5th

Strikeouts, Season 100, 1st Hit Batters, Career 20, t5th

James Allen Saves, Overall 5, t7th Saves, Conference 2, t8th

Adam Muenster Walks, Season 42, t9th Sacrifice Hits, Career 17, t5th Stolen Bases, Career 52, 4th Stolen Bases, Season 24, t9th

Thomas Rooke Game Appearances, Career 57, 10th Game Appearances, Season 32, 1st Relief Appearances, Career 56, 3rd Relief Appearances, Season 31, 1st

Rob Vaughn Total Fielding Chances, Career 1110, 3rd Putouts, Career 974, 3rd

Carter Jurica Kayvon Bahramzadeh Complete Games, Overall 1, t7th

Drew Biery Doubles, Overall 17, t5th

Justin Bloxom Batting Average, Overall .361, 4th Hits, Overall 88, t3rd Triples, Overall 4, t6th RBI, Overall 63, 3rd Total Bases, Overall 148, 3rd Slugging Percentage, Overall .607, 9th Triples, Conference 2, t5th

Jordan Cruz Dane Yelovich Games Played, Season 62, t1st Games Started, Season 62, t1st At-Bats, Season 222, 9th Hit-By-Pitch, Career 25, t4th Hit-By-Pitch, Season 20, 1st Sacrifice Hits, Career 14, t9th Sacrifice Hits, Season 9, t4th Stolen Bases, Career 42, t8th Stolen Bases, Season 24, t9th

A.J. Morris Games Started, Career 33, t8th Games Started, Season 16, t1st Pitching Decisions, Career 29, t6th Pitching Decisions, Season 15, 1st Innings Pitched, Career 220.0, 9th Innings Pitched, Season 116.1, 1st Wins, Career 22, 3rd Wins, Season 14, 1st ERA, Season 2.09, 7th Strikeouts, Career 160, t9th

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ERA, Conference 5.27, 19th Games Started, Conference 9, t1st

Stolen Bases, Overall 17, 7th Batting Average, Conference .333, t7th Triples, Conference 3, t1st RBI, Conference 23, 9th

Lance Hoge ERA, Overall 4.54, 16th Games Started, Overall 15, t5th

Batting Average, Overall .353, t8th Hits, Overall 84, 7th Runs Scored, Overall 61, 6th Stolen Bases, Overall 23, 4th On-Base Percentage, Overall .434, t9th

Jason King Triples, Overall 5, t2nd RBI, Overall 61, 7th Stolen Bases, Overall 14, t10th Stolen Bases, Conference 6, t8th

Evan Marshall Appearances, Overall 28, t9th

Nick Martini Batting Average, Overall .336, 18th Doubles, Overall 17, t5th Stolen Bases, Overall 19, 5th Stolen Bases, Conference 9, t2nd

A.J. Morris ERA, Overall 2.09, 2nd Wins, Overall 14, 1st

Innings Pitched, Overall 116.1, 2nd Strikeouts, Overall 100, 5th Games Started, Overall 16, t3rd Complete Games, Overall 5, t1st Opponents Batting Avg., Overall .222, 5th ERA, Conference 2.02, 1st Wins, Conference 9, t1st Innings Pitched, Conference 71.1, 1st Strikeouts, Conference 64, 4th Games Started, Conference 9, t1st

Adam Muenster Stolen Bases, Overall 24, 2nd Walks, Overall 42, 3rd Stolen Bases, Conference 9, t2nd Walks, Conference 16, t8th

Thomas Rooke Appearances, Overall 32, 5th Saves, Overall 4, t9th ERA, Conference 5.14, 17th Appearances, Conference 15, t3rd Saves, Overall 3, t6th

Dane Yelovich Stolen Bases, Overall 24, 2nd

WILDCATS IN THE NCAA RANKS Below is a look at the Wildcats finished in the final 2009 NCAA statistics. Team

A.J. Morris

Dane Yelovich

Triples 22, 20th Stolen Bases per Game 2.4, 6th Stolen Bases 149, 2nd Walks Allowed per Game 2.78, 14th Fielding Percentage .972, 24th Double Plays 64, 18th Winning Percentage .702, 19th

ERA 2.09, 6th Wins 14, 2nd Strikeouts 100, 36th

Hit-By-Pitch 20, 17th


RESULTS

OVERALL RECORD: 43-18-1 HOME: 24-7 • AWAY: 13-9-1 • NEUTRAL: 6-2 • BIG 12: 14-11-1 KSU / Opp. Date

Opponent

Result

Feb. 20

at Houston

W

Feb. 21

at Houston

W

Feb. 22

at Houston

Feb. 26

vs. Pacific#

W

Feb. 27

vs. Nevada#

W

Feb. 28

at #11 San Diego#

Mar. 1

at #26 San Diego State#

Mar. 3 Mar. 6

L

R

H

E

R

H

E

Inn.

Time

Attend

KSU Pitcher

16-2

16 19

3

2

6

4

9

3:02

1231

Morris (1-0)

Game Recap/KSU Highlights K-State tallies most runs in two years; Morris career high K’s

9-2

9 10

0

2

6

0

9

2:56

1165

Hoge (1-0)

Five-run fourth inning fuels Cats in second win of season

2-3

2 12

1

3

12

1

(10)

3:00

1143

Marshall (0-1)

UH scores single runs in 9th and 10th to salvage series

7-4

7 13

4

4

9

0

9

2:46

73

Morris (2-0)

K-State holds off late rally; Morris moves to 2-0

10-2

10 7

1

2

6

1

9

2:49

71

Hoge (2-0)

Cats score 7 runs in fifth inning on just two hits

1-2

1

6

1

2

8

1

9

2:48

117

Applegate (0-1)

USD wins in bottom of the 9th; Daniel impressive in start

W

5-4

5

9

1

4

9

2

(10)

3:03

419

Rooke (1-0)

Cats win first extra-inning game of season, finishes 3-1 in SD

CREIGHTON

W

12-1

12 16

1

1

5

2

9

2:14

730

Morris (3-0)

K-State tallies six 2B and three HRs; Morris 8 K’s

NIAGARA

W

12-1

12 14

1

1

5

1

(7)

2:03

1252

Hoge (3-0)

Seven-run sixth-inning propels Cats to run-rule win

Mar. 6

NIAGARA

W

9-8

9 11

3

8

10

2

9

3:14

1252

Daniel (1-0)

Daniel picks up first career win as Cats hang on for DH sweep

Mar. 7

NIAGARA

W

12-2

12 16

2

2

5

1

9

2:31

916

Bahramzadeh (1-0) Bahramzadeh tosses complete game in second career start

Mar. 8

NIAGARA

W

15-1

15 16

1

1

9

5

9

2:43

397

Vogel (1-0)

Cats complete sweep of Niagara; Jurica 4-for-4 with two 2B

Mar. 10

vs. #4 Arizona State^

W

6-2

6 11

1

2

6

1

9

2:29

4375

Morris (4-0)

King tallies 5 RBI; Morris pitches a career-high 8.2 innings

Mar. 11

vs. #4 Arizona State^

1-12

1

2 12 18

3

9

3:27

5770

Hoge (3-1)

Six K-State runners in scoring position fail to score

Mar. 13

BUTLER

W

8-4

8 14

0

4

8

1

9

2:36

514

Rooke (2-0)

Rooke throws 3.2 no-hit innings; Dellasega 1st career HR

Mar. 14

BUTLER

W

14-2

14 12

2

2

8

2

9

2:42

888

Bahramzadeh (2-0) K-State pounds 5 home runs; Bloxom 2nd career grand slam

Mar. 14

BUTLER

W

15-3

15 14

1

3

4

3

9

2:35

888

Vogel (2-0)

Wildcats score eight in first two innings to cruise to win

Mar. 15

BUTLER

W

13-2

13 16

2

2

6

4

9

2:33

661

Morris (5-0)

Cats complete sweep with 50 runs on 56 hits in series.

Mar. 17

UTSA

W

5-4

5 10

1

4

10

1

9

2:31

1074

Applegate (1-1)

K-State hits three of game’s five home runs.

Mar. 18

UTSA

W

5-4

5

6

1

4

10

4

9

2:47

685

Allen (1-0)

Allen records first career win in two scoreless innings

Mar. 20

#13 OKLAHOMA*

W

9-1

9 11

0

1

7

0

9

2:34

818

Morris (6-0)

Morris becomes first 6-0 starter since 1976 and tallies 12 K’s

Mar. 21

#13 OKLAHOMA*

L

11-12

11 16

1 12 14

2

9

3:51

1499

Marshall (0-2)

K-State strands tying and winning runs on base in ninth.

Mar. 22

#13 OKLAHOMA*

L

4-29

4

7

2 29 27

0

(7)

3:10

1101

Bahramzadeh (2-1) OU ties Big 12 record with 11 home runs; Cruz hits 4th HR

Mar. 24

NORTHWESTERN

W

4-3

4

6

2

3

7

0

9

2:10

672

Rooke (3-0)

Biery’s walk-off homer completes two-run comeback

Mar. 25

NORTHWESTERN

W

12-8

12 12

2

8

12

2

9

2:57

534

Hobbs (1-0)

K-State rallies from seven to earn sweep of Northwestern

Mar. 27

at #8 Baylor*

W

7-1

7 14

1

1

6

2

9

2:43

2642

Morris (7-0)

Morris 1st career CG; Cats win at BU for 1st time since ’66

Mar. 28

at #8 Baylor*

L

3-2

2

8

2

3

7

0

9

3:01

2687

Hoge (3-2)

Baylor scores two unearned in the fourth; Cats strand seven

Mar. 29

at #8 Baylor*

L

7-6

6 10

0

7

7

0

9

3:01

2657

Hunter (0-1)

K-State rally falls short; Cats strand another 8 runners

Apr. 1

at Creighton

1-5

1

5

0

5

8

0

9

2:20

633

Daniel (1-1)

Cats record lowest hit output of season in loss

Apr. 3

at Nebraska*

W

15-1

15 15

0

1

9

3

9

3:11

4634

Hoge (4-2)

K-State tallies largest margin of victory in series since 1942

Apr. 3

at Nebraska*

W

9-3

9 12

2

3

7

0

9

3:36

4634

Morris (8-0)

Cats complete DH sweep; Morris tallies 8th win in 8th start

Apr. 4

at Nebraska*

W

5-3

5

7

0

3

8

2

9

2:20

1594

Vogel (3-0)

Kansas State sweeps in Lincoln for first time since 1974

Apr. 10

#15 TEXAS A&M*

2-4

2

3

0

4

8

0

9

2:17

713

Allen (1-1)

A&M scores 4 in eighth to turn 2-run deficit into 2-run win

Apr. 10

#15 TEXAS A&M*

W

6-4

6 10

2

4

8

0

9

2:23

1247

Morris (9-0)

K-State splits doubleheader as Morris ties wins record

Apr. 11

#15 TEXAS A&M*

W

4-3

4

8

1

3

8

0

9

2:38

1746

Rooke (4-0)

Cats score two in ninth for come-from-behind win

Apr. 14

WICHITA STATE

W

13-5

13 14

2

5

10

1

9

3:11

2416

Marshall (1-2)

K-State hits three early home runs to put game away

Apr. 15

at Wichita State

W

4-3

4

6

2

3

8

1

9

2:52

5586

Daniel (2-1)

Wildcats hold off WSU rally; Daniel first W since March 6

Apr. 17

MISSOURI*

L

3-4

3 11

0

4

8

1

9

2:28

3008

Rooke (4-1)

MU scores four in 9th to erase two-run deficit

Apr. 18

MISSOURI*

L

6-11

6 11

0 11 10

0

9

3:09

1955

Hunter (0-2)

Mizzou takes advantage of 10 free Cat passes to win series

Apr. 19

MISSOURI*

W

11-5

11 10

0

5

9

5

9

3:00

1440

Marshall (2-2)

Cruz’s three-run homer caps five-run fifth inning

Apr. 24

at #2 Texas*

W

4-3

4 12

1

2

8

0

9

2:46

5473

Morris (10-0)

Cats score four unanswered while Morris sets wins record

Apr. 25

at #2 Texas*

W

5-4

5 13

1

4

15

0

(12)

2:51

6344

Applegate (2-1)

Cruz homers twice; K-State scores three in extras for win

Apr. 26

at #2 Texas*

6-6

6

9

1

6

13

1

(10)

3:50

5552

Apr. 28

NORTH DAKOTA

W

10-2

10 15

1

2

6

2

9

2:39

1149

Hunter (1-2)

Apr. 29

NORTH DAKOTA

W

22-1

22 23

2

1

9

6

9

2:46

988

Daniel (3-1)

Cats tally most runs since 2006 and most hits since 2005

May 1

at Oklahoma State*

W

5-3

5 10

0

3

9

0

9

2:24

276

Hoge (5-2)

Wildcats score two in third and fourth, hold of OSU rally

May 1

at Oklahoma State*

W

3-2

3 10

3

2

4

1

(7)

1:39

276

Morris (11-0)

Game suspended on Friday, called on Sunday

May 4

BYU

W

9-8

9 10

0

8

15

3

(10)

3:34

1197

Rooke (5-1)

Cruz walk-off double in 10th; Cats set wins record

May 5

BYU

W

May 8

TEXAS TECH*

L

L

L

L

T

7

Hard fought series ends with a Sunday tie due to travel rules K-State explodes for six in eighth inning to run away

11-3

11 15

1

3

13

1

9

2:39

1640

Daniel (4-1)

Cats hit four HR - including two from Martini - for sweep

L

0-6

0

4

0

6

12

1

9

2:44

3651

Morris (11-1)

Morris suffers first loss as Cats shut out for first time

L

6-12

6

7

1 12 12

1

9

3:25

2577

Hoge (5-3)

Tech scores multiple runs in three innings to win series

9-5

9 13

1

5

2

9

2:39

1263

Vogel (4-0)

Vogel throws career-high 8.0 inn. as Cats salvage final game

May 9

TEXAS TECH*

May 10

TEXAS TECH*

W

May 15

KANSAS*

W

May 16

at Kansas*

May 17

at Kansas*

May 20

vs. No. 5 Kansas%

W

May 21

vs. No. 8 Baylor%

W

May 23

vs. No. 1 Texas%

May 29

vs. No. 3 Xavier!

W

May 30

vs. No. 1 Rice!

W

May 31

vs. No. 1 Rice!

L

June 1

vs. No. 1 Rice!

L

10

4-1

4

8

0

1

7

2

9

2:23

4280

Morris (12-1)

Morris throws 4th CG in front of record-high crowd

L

3-9

3 10

0

9

13

2

9

3:02

2438

Hoge (5-4)

K-State strands 10 runners and strikes out 14 times

L

7-17

7 14

2 17 17

0

(7)

3:05

2639

Vogel (4-1)

Kansas scores seven in third inning to put game away

5-4

5 10

0

4

15

2

9

2:58

2129

Allen (2-1)

Vaughn doubles in eighth to spring Cats to win.

9-4

9 11

0

4

9

1

9

2:49

4583

Morris (13-1)

Morris picks up 13th win; Cats break school’s steals record

4-2

2

6

0

4

8

4

9

2:49

5720

Applegate (2-2)

Texas scores single runs in four innings to win Pool 1

16-8

16 17

0

8

14

1

9

2:54

2893

Hoge (6-4)

Bloxom tallies two home runs in K-State’s first NCAA win

7-6

7 13

3

6

13

1

9

2:47

4169

Morris (14-1)

Morris throws 4th CG; Ties for 3rd in Big 12 history in W’s

0-8

0

3

1

8

11

1

9

2:16

3298

Vogel (4-2)

Rice’s Wall tosses 3-hit shutout; Owls score four times in 5th

4-13

4

7

2 13 20

2

9

3:02

4589

Rooke (5-2)

K-State’s historic season comes to a close in Regional final

L

*Big 12 Conference Game, () Non-Nine Inning Game # USD Tournament, San Diego, Calif.; ^ Coca Cola College Classic, Surprise, Ariz.; % 2009 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Oklahoma City, Okla.; ! NCAA Houston Regional, Houston Texas.

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OVERALL STATS

OVERALL RECORD: 43-18-1 HOME: 24-7 • AWAY: 13-9-1 • NEUTRAL: 6-2 • BIG 12: 14-11-1 INDIVIDUAL HITTING STATISTICS Player 9 Bloxom, Justin 4 Jurica, Carter 26 Martini, Nick 16 Biery, Drew 27 Cruz, Jordan 28 King, Jason 8 Muenster, Adam 2 Vaughn, Rob 1 Yelovich, Dane -------------39 Giller, Matt 17 Welch, Cameron 7 Dellasega, Daniel 18 Kindel, Mike 25 Masters, David 21 Rumsey, Dan 6 Brown, Jake

AVG. .361 .353 .336 .329 .324 .316 .292 .281 .275

GP-GS 62-62 62-62 62-61 57-57 62-62 62-62 59-54 54-47 62-62

AB 244 238 232 207 210 247 202 167 222

R 50 61 54 53 45 49 44 28 42

H 88 84 78 68 68 78 59 47 61

2B 16 15 17 17 10 16 11 7 8

3B 4 3 2 1 3 5 2 0 0

HR RBI TB SLG% 12 63 148 .607 4 46 117 .492 4 50 111 .478 9 44 114 .551 11 52 117 .557 7 61 125 .506 2 18 80 .396 5 25 69 .413 1 27 72 .324

.400 .333 .321 .250 .250 .250 .174

13-1 4-0 28-16 21-3 11-5 16-0 19-4

15 3 56 28 20 12 23

5 1 10 4 5 4 3

6 1 18 7 5 3 4

0 0 2 2 0 1 1

0 0 1 0 1 0 0

1 0 2 0 0 0 0

6 0 15 3 3 3 4

Totals Opponents

.317 .282

62-62 62-62

2126 458 675 123 22 2129 308 600 98 6

58 58

9 1 28 9 7 4 5

BB HBP SO 26 3 49 26 12 45 27 9 41 16 9 27 27 9 49 17 6 37 42 0 33 6 6 36 14 20 44

OB% .422 .433 .421 .401 .418 .367 .412 .328 .371

SF 4 6 3 0 3 5 1 1 0

SH SB-SBA 2 7-9 3 23-32 3 19-24 9 6-6 4 17-25 0 14-16 5 24-30 6 5-5 9 24-35 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-1 4-4 1-1 1-2

PO A E FLD% 572 39 11 .982 90 184 9 .968 96 2 1 .990 100 175 12 .958 116 5 4 .968 18 93 18 .860 9 11 1 .952 316 50 4 .989 150 8 0 1.000

.600 .333 .500 .321 .350 .333 .217

1 1 6 2 4 3 5

1 1 4 0 2 1 0

4 1 3 7 5 1 11

.471 .600 .412 .281 .423 .438 .321

0 0 2 2 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 1 0 1

7 2 75 7 35 3 17

3 0 11 0 6 0 8

1 0 2 0 0 0 0

.909 1.000 .977 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

420 1016 283 884

.478 .415

223 169

83 40

393 453

.399 .342

27 26

44 149-194 1642 687 67 .972 37 52-77 1592 712 92 .962

SV IP H 0 116.1 98 0 71.1 82

R 35 40

ER 27 36

BB 30 22

SO 2B 100 15 46 15

3B 1 2

4 28 31 20 9 15 31 23 28 14 30

3 26 25 18 9 15 31 22 22 12 30

3 14 15 8 8 14 12 12 9 8 14

5 58 40 35 10 19 29 41 19 22 29

LOB - Team (453), Opp (451). DPs turned - Team (64), Opp (47).

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATISTICS Player 30 Morris, A.J. 15 Hoge, Lance -------------29 Joukoff, Mark 24 Rooke, Thomas 14 Daniel, Ryan 23 Bahramzadeh, Kayvon 40 Crockett, Josh 10 Applegate, Matt 38 Vogel, Todd 20 Allen, James 31 Marshall, Evan 19 Hobbs, Dustin 32 Hunter, Kyle

ERA 2.09 4.54

W-L 14-1 6-4

APP GS 16 16 16 15

CG 5 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0

3.86 4.33 4.44 4.58 4.86 4.88 5.13 5.50 6.39 7.36 8.35

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

4 32 17 11 14 24 15 24 28 12 17

0 1 9 6 0 0 12 0 0 0 3

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 4 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 1

1 10 9 5 4 4 14 7 5 4 5

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

1 9 3 5 1 4 8 3 3 2 8

Totals Opponents

4.52 6.56

43-18 18-43

62 62

62 62

6 4

0 2

0 1

11 547.1 600 308 275 169 453 98 5 530.2 675 458 387 223 393 123

6 22

58 58

7.0 54.0 50.2 35.1 16.2 27.2 54.1 36.0 31.0 14.2 32.1

6 47 70 37 20 33 60 42 41 18 46

HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK 4 442 .222 9 4 0 7 279 .294 2 5 1 28 197 211 137 61 108 208 139 126 62 131

.214 .239 .332 .270 .328 .306 .288 .302 .325 .290 .351

0 0 3 3 4 5 0 1 6 1 3

0 1 4 1 1 5 3 10 3 1 2

0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 2 2 1 4 3 1 2 3 0 2

2129 .282 2126 .317

37 33

40 83

5 11

26 27

PB - Team (5), Vaughn, Rob 3, Dellasega, Daniel 2, Opp (14). Pickoffs - Team (5), Rooke, Thomas 2, Crockett, Josh 1, Daniel, Ryan 1, Vaughn, Rob 1, Opp (15).

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CONFERENCE STATS

BIG 12 RECORD: 14-11-1 HOME: 6-7 • AWAY: 8-4-1 INDIVIDUAL HITTING STATISTICS Player 27 Cruz, Jordan 26 Martini, Nick 4 Jurica, Carter 8 Muenster, Adam 28 King, Jason 9 Bloxom, Justin 16 Biery, Drew 2 Vaughn, Rob 1 Yelovich, Dane -------------6 Brown, Jake 39 Giller, Matt 21 Rumsey, Dan 18 Kindel, Mike 7 Dellasega, Daniel 25 Masters, David

AVG. .333 .324 .320 .311 .305 .302 .273 .240 .231

GP-GS 26-26 26-26 26-26 26-26 26-26 26-26 26-26 24-22 26-26

AB 90 102 103 103 105 106 88 75 91

R 16 15 19 18 19 17 21 10 13

H 30 33 33 32 32 32 24 18 21

2B 4 5 6 6 6 5 6 1 1

3B 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 0 0

1.000 .500 .500 .400 .214 .000

2-0 2-0 2-0 5-0 9-4 2-0

1 2 2 5 14 1

0 1 1 0 2 0

1 1 1 2 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

.296 .292

26-26 26-26

40 50

12 2

19 34

888 152 263 896 158 262

HR RBI 4 23 1 15 1 19 2 7 1 19 2 16 4 15 3 11 1 10

TB 52 43 44 46 47 47 44 28 25

SLG% .578 .422 .427 .447 .448 .443 .500 .373 .275

1 1 1 2 3 0

1.000 .500 .500 .400 .214 .000

0 0 0 0 3 0

0 0 0 0 1 1

.432 .467

74 78

SV IP H 0 71.1 59 0 41.0 44 3 28.0 27

R 20 28 19 6 12 12 19 5 6 15 7 9

0 0 0 2 4 0

141 384 147 418

BB HBP SO 8 4 21 10 4 21 10 4 24 16 0 19 4 3 18 10 1 26 8 5 18 3 2 26 2 7 26

OB% .404 .405 .388 .403 .342 .364 .366 .284 .300

SF 2 0 4 0 2 1 0 1 0

SH SB-SBA 2 4-6 2 9-10 1 4-7 2 9-11 0 6-7 0 1-1 6 2-2 3 2-2 2 5-9

0 0 0 0 0 1

1.000 .500 .500 .333 .368 .500

0 0 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

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

32 22

200 174

.367 .358

12 16

18 13

43-56 18-29

ER 16 24 17

BB 13 17 4

SO 64 27 25

2B 11 10 8

3B 0 2 0

PO 57 53 37 0 9 225 49 140 69

A 1 1 80 0 31 14 79 23 3

E 0 0 2 0 5 5 6 1 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 .983 .000 .889 .980 .955 .994 1.000

0 0 0 3 26 4

1 0 0 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000

682 267 21 .978 679 296 25 .975

LOB - Team (193), Opp (185). DPs turned - Team (24), Opp (22).

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATISTICS Player 30 Morris, A.J. 15 Hoge, Lance 24 Rooke, Thomas -------------10 Applegate, Matt 20 Allen, James 31 Marshall, Evan 38 Vogel, Todd 14 Daniel, Ryan 40 Crockett, Josh 32 Hunter, Kyle 23 Bahramzadeh, Kayvon 19 Hobbs, Dustin

ERA 2.02 5.27 5.46

W-L 7-1 2-3 1-1

APP GS 9 9 9 9 15 0

CG 4 0 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0 0 0

5.23 6.48 6.75 6.84 7.71 10.80 17.61 27.00 81.00

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

8 10 12 7 4 5 4 3 2

0 0 0 6 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 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10.1 16.2 13.1 25.0 4.2 5.0 7.2 2.1 1.0

6 12 10 19 4 6 15 7 9

8 8 4 6 2 3 6 3 3

7 18 6 11 4 3 4 3 2

1 4 3 7 1 2 1 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 2 6 1 0 6 2 2

Totals Opponents

5.70 5.33

14-11 11-14

26 26

26 26

4 3

0 1

0 1

5 3

227.1 262 158 144 226.1 263 152 134

78 74

174 200

50 40

2 12

34 19

11 21 20 32 7 12 15 8 5

HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK 3 269 .219 5 1 0 2 155 .284 2 4 0 7 108 .250 0 1 1 40 65 55 102 20 22 34 14 8

SFA 2 4 1

.275 .323 .364 .314 .350 .545 .441 .571 .625

1 1 2 0 1 3 1 0 1

1 7 2 2 1 0 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

1 1 2 0 0 3 2 0 0

896 .292 888 .296

17 16

22 32

3 3

16 12

PB - Team (2), Vaughn, Rob 1, Dellasega, Daniel 1, Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (1), Crockett, Josh 1, Opp (2).

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OFFENSIVE BREAKDOWN

HITTING BREAKDOWN AB - RUNS - HITS - RBI

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

#1 Opponent Yelovich Houston 5-2-2-0 Houston 3-3-2-2 Houston 4-0-1-1 Pacific 4-0-10 Nevada 3-1-0-1 San Diego 5-0-1-0 San Diego St. 3-0-2-0 Creighton 4-0-0-0 Niagara 5-1-2-1 Niagara 5-1-2-1 Niagara 6-2-4-3 Niagara 3-0-1-1 Arizona St. 5-0-1-0 Arizona St. 5-0-1-0 Butler 4-0-3-0 Butler 5-1-2-0 Butler 3-3-1-0 Butler 4-1-1-1 UTSA 3-0-0-0 UTSA 3-0-1-0 Oklahoma 5-1-1-1 Oklahoma 5-0-1-0 Oklahoma 3-1-1-0 N’Western 3-0-0-1 N’Western 4-1-3-1 Baylor 4-1-2-2 Baylor 4-0-0-0 Baylor 3-1-0-0 Creighton 3-0-0-0 Nebraska 4-1-1-2 Nebraska 4-1-2-0 Nebraska 3-0-0-0 Texas A&M 3-0-0-0 Texas A&M 3-0-1-1 Texas A&M 2-0-0-0 Wichita St. 1-3-0-0 Wichita St. 2-1-1-0 Missouri 3-1-1-0 Missouri 3-1-1-0 Missouri 4-3-2-0 Texas 3-0-0-0 Texas 4-0-1-0 Texas 5-0-1-0 N. Dakota 4-1-1-1 N. Dakota 5-2-3-2 Okla. State 3-0-1-0 Okla. State 3-0-0-1 BYU 1-2-0-0 BYU 3-1-2-1 Texas Tech 3-0-0-0 Texas Tech 4-1-1-1 Texas Tech 3-1-2-2 Kansas 3-0-1-0 Kansas 4-0-0-0 Kansas 3-0-1-0 vs. Kansas 3-1-1-0 vs. Baylor 3-0-0-0 vs. Xavier 4-0-0-0 vs. Rice 3-1-0-0 vs. Rice 3-0-0-0 vs. Rice 4-0-0-0 Opponent Yelovich

#2 Vaughn 4-2-3-0 DNP 4-0-2-0 3-1-1-2 DNP 4-0-0-0 DNP 3-2-2-1 3-1-2-3 DEF 4-1-3-1 DNP 3-0-0-0 3-0-1-1 1-1-1-0 5-0-0-0 DNP 4-2-2-1 3-0-0-0 1-1-1-0 3-1-1-1 2-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 0-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 4-1-0-0 DNP 4-0-2-1 4-2-2-1 2-1-2-1 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-1 1-0-0-0 3-0-0-1 4-0-2-0 4-0-0-0 2-1-0-0 4-1-2-1 DEF 4-1-3-1 3-0-2-0 4-0-1-1 DNP 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 2-1-0-1 4-0-0-0 4-1-1-1 4-2-3-3 4-1-1-1 4-2-1-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 Vaughn

#4 Jurica 4-2-1-2 3-1-0-1 4-1-3-0 4-1-3-1 5-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 5-1-1-0 3-1-1-1 4-1-3-1 3-1-3-1 4-3-4-1 5-2-1-0 3-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 4-3-2-1 5-2-2-1 4-1-3-0 3-1-2-2 3-1-0-0 5-1-1-1 5-3-4-2 3-1-0-1 4-1-3-2 3-3-1-1 5-0-3-1 4-0-0-0 3-2-2-0 4-1-2-0 5-2-2-2 5-2-2-2 3-1-0-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-1 5-2-3-3 3-1-1-1 4-1-3-1 3-0-0-1 3-1-3-3 4-0-0-0 5-0-2-0 4-2-2-1 4-1-0-0 4-3-1-1 3-0-0-1 4-1-3-0 4-2-2-1 4-1-2-2 3-0-0-0 5-0-1-1 5-1-1-1 1-1-0-0 5-0-2-0 4-0-1-1 4-0-1-1 3-0-1-0 4-2-2-2 4-2-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 Jurica

#6 Brown DNP 1-0-0-0 DEF 2-0-0-0 3-2-1-2 4-0-1-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0-1 2-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DEF DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 2-1-1-1 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DEF Brown

#7 Della. 4-0-1-0 0-0-0-1 DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 1-0-1-0 DNP 2-0-1-2 DNP 4-1-1-0 DNP 1-0-1-0 4-1-2-3 DNP 4-1-3-2 1-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 1-0-0-0 DNP 1-1-0-0 1-0-0-0 DNP 2-1-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 DEF DNP 2-1-1-1 4-0-1-2 DNP 2-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 3-0-1-0 DNP 3-0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-1-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 4-2-2-3 DNP 0-0-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DEF Della.

#8 Muenster DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 2-1-1-1 3-1-0-0 5-0-1-1 4-1-1-2 3-1-2-1 1-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 2-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 1-1-0-0 2-0-0-0 1-1-1-0 2-1-1-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 3-2-3-2 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-1-0-0 4-1-1-1 5-2-3-1 4-1-3-0 5-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-2-1-0 4-1-1-0 4-1-2-1 4-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 5-0-0-0 4-1-1-1 4-1-1-0 5-0-1-0 5-1-1-0 5-1-2-1 5-2-3-2 3-2-2-0 4-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 3-1-1-1 2-0-0-0 2-0-2-0 4-1-1-0 4-2-2-0 4-1-2-0 4-1-1-0 4-0-1-0 4-1-2-1 4-1-1-1 3-2-0-0 5-2-2-0 3-0-1-0 5-2-1-0 Muenster

DNP - Did Not Play; DEF - Defensive Replacement

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#9 Bloxom 5-2-4-3 4-0-3-2 5-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 3-0-0-1 3-0-1-0 5-1-1-0 4-2-3-3 3-2-1-0 4-0-0-1 4-1-2-2 4-2-1-0 3-2-3-0 4-0-1-0 5-2-2-1 4-2-1-4 3-1-0-2 3-1-2-2 4-2-2-1 3-1-1-2 3-2-2-0 5-2-3-2 1-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 4-1-2-0 4-1-1-0 3-0-1-0 5-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 6-2-4-3 4-0-0-0 4-1-2-2 3-0-0-0 4-2-2-0 4-1-2-0 5-0-3-3 3-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 5-1-4-0 5-0-1-1 5-1-2-2 6-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 5-1-3-3 3-1-2-3 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 3-0-1-2 4-1-1-2 5-0-0-0 4-2-2-0 4-0-2-0 4-2-2-3 5-3-5-5 3-1-1-2 3-0-1-0 4-1-1-2 Bloxom

#16 Biery 5-1-2-1 4-1-1-0 4-1-2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-1-3-0 4-1-1-3 3-2-2-1 3-3-2-0 5-2-3-1 4-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 3-2-2-1 3-1-2-6 5-3-2-2 5-2-2-1 3-1-2-2 2-1-0-0 2-1-0-0 4-1-2-4 2-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 5-1-1-5 2-2-0-1 2-1-1-0 2-1-1-1 4-0-2-1 4-1-0-0 4-1-2-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-0-0 3-1-1-1 4-0-1-0 4-1-2-3 DNP 4-1-2-0 4-1-1-1 3-2-1-1 3-0-1-1 5-0-0-0 5-1-2-3 4-1-2-0 4-1-2-1 4-1-1-0 3-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 4-2-3-2 3-0-2-0 4-1-2-1 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-0 5-1-1-0 4-1-2-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 Biery

#17 Welch DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Welch

#18 Kindel DNP DNP 5-0-1-0 DEF 0-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1-0 DNP 5-1-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 3-1-1-0 0-0-0-1 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1-1 DNP 0-1-0-0 1-0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DEF Kindel

#21 Rumsey 1-1-1-2 DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 1-0-1-1 DNP DEF DNP 0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 0-1-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DEF 1-1-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Rumsey

#25 Masters DNP 3-1-1-1 DNP DNP 3-2-2-1 DNP 4-0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-2-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-0-2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DEF 3-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 Masters

#26 Martini 6-1-2-1 3-2-1-0 4-0-1-0 4-1-2-0 4-1-1-1 3-0-1-1 4-0-2-2 4-2-1-1 3-2-3-1 1-2-0-0 3-1-1-2 4-3-2-2 4-1-2-1 3-0-0-0 5-0-0-0 3-4-1-1 4-1-1-1 2-1-1-2 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-1 4-0-0-0 5-2-2-1 3-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 5-0-3-1 3-0-2-1 4-1-2-2 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-2 4-2-3-3 4-1-1-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 2-2-1-1 5-0-0-1 4-0-1-0 4-1-0-0 1-1-0-0 5-1-3-0 6-0-3-1 5-0-1-1 3-2-2-2 4-3-4-1 4-0-0-0 4-1-2-1 3-2-2-2 3-2-2-3 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-0 3-1-1-0 4-0-1-1 4-1-2-1 4-1-1-1 5-2-2-0 5-3-3-3 5-0-3-4 4-0-0-0 4-0-2-0 Martini

#27 Cruz 4-2-1-0 5-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-1-3 2-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-2-2-2 3-2-3-3 3-1-1-0 4-0-1-1 3-1-0-0 2-1-1-3 3-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 3-2-2-0 5-3-2-2 2-1-1-0 3-1-3-0 3-0-1-2 4-0-2-1 2-1-1-1 2-0-0-0 5-0-1-1 4-1-2-0 4-0-1-1 4-0-2-0 4-0-0-0 5-2-1-1 2-2-0-0 4-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 4-2-2-3 4-0-0-0 3-2-1-1 4-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 4-0-2-1 4-2-2-3 4-0-1-0 5-2-3-4 3-1-0-0 3-1-1-0 3-0-2-3 3-1-1-1 2-0-0-0 5-1-2-1 4-3-3-1 3-0-1-0 3-1-2-2 4-0-1-1 3-0-0-1 3-0-2-0 3-1-2-1 4-1-1-0 3-1-1-0 4-2-3-5 4-0-2-1 3-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 Cruz

#28 King 6-2-2-4 5-1-2-2 5-0-2-1 4-2-2-1 4-2-2-2 2-0-2-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-1-2 4-2-1-2 5-1-1-1 5-1-1-1 2-2-1-2 3-1-3-5 3-0-0-0 4-1-2-1 4-1-2-0 4-1-3-2 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-1-2-2 5-2-2-1 1-0-1-2 4-1-1-0 4-2-1-1 5-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 5-1-2-1 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-1 5-0-1-1 4-0-2-1 2-1-1-1 3-1-1-1 4-1-2-1 5-1-1-1 4-1-0-0 4-0-1-1 5-1-1-2 5-1-0-0 5-2-2-1 5-2-3-0 6-0-0-0 5-0-1-0 4-3-2-5 4-2-2-0 3-0-1-1 3-1-1-1 4-0-2-1 3-0-1-0 4-1-0-0 4-1-1-1 4-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 3-1-2-0 4-0-1-1 5-0-1-2 3-2-2-1 4-0-2-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-2-2 King

#39 Giller 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DEF 4-0-0-0 1-0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP 2-1-2-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-2-2-3 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP DEF Giller


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PITCHING BREAKDOWN #14 Ryan Daniel 17 Appearances/9 Starts

#20 James Allen 24 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/20 2/26 3/1 3/6 3/10 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/25 3/29 4/3 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/25 5/4 5/9 5/17 5/20 5/23 6/1

Opponent Houston Pacific San Diego St. Niagara Arizona State Butler UTSA UTSA Oklahoma Northwestern Baylor Nebraska Nebraska Texas A&M Texas A&M Wichita State Missouri Texas BYU Texas Tech Kansas Kansas Texas Rice

IP 1.0 0.2 1.2 1.2 0.1 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 3.2 3.0 1.1 2.0 1.0 2.1 0.0 3.0 2.1 0.0 2.0 2.2 0.2 1.0

H 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 6 4 0 4 1 1 1 1 5 0 2 2 1 6

R ER BB K NP Dec. 0 0 0 1 16 3 2 0 0 24 0 0 1 0 20 0 0 0 2 22 S 0 0 0 0 5 S 0 0 0 2 15 0 0 0 1 8 S 0 0 2 3 39 W 0 0 0 2 14 0 0 0 1 14 S 3 3 0 4 81 0 0 0 3 46 S 0 0 0 2 16 S 3 3 0 1 43 L 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 2 31 2 2 1 0 15 0 0 2 3 45 3 3 0 4 52 2 2 3 0 18 2 2 2 4 47 0 0 0 5 45 W 0 0 1 1 19 5 5 0 1 28 -

#10 Matt Applegate 24 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/21 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/8 3/11 3/15 3/17 3/22 3/25 3/29 4/1 4/11 4/18 4/25 4/26 5/4 5/9 5/17 5/20 5/23 5/29 5/31 6/1

Opponent Houston Pacific San Diego San Diego St. Niagara Arizona State Butler UTSA Oklahoma Northwestern Baylor Creighton Texas A&M Missouri Texas Texas BYU Texas Tech Kansas Kansas Texas Xavier Rice Rice

IP 1.0 1.0 1.2 1.0 1.0 0.2 1.0 1.2 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.2 1.1 2.0 1.1 0.2 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.2

H 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 3 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 3

R ER BB K NP Dec. 1 1 1 1 29 0 0 0 0 12 1 1 1 3 29 L 0 0 0 0 13 S 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 2 8 2 2 1 1 20 0 0 1 1 39 W 3 3 2 2 49 1 1 0 2 24 0 0 1 0 17 0 0 1 0 15 1 1 0 0 23 1 1 2 1 35 0 0 0 1 26 W 0 0 0 2 7 2 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 12 1 1 3 0 27 0 0 0 1 13 1 1 1 0 7 L 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 1 29 -

#23 Kayvon Bahramzadeh 11 Appearances/6 Starts Date 2/21 3/1 3/7 3/14 3/22 3/15 3/28 4/1 4/14 5/16 6/1

Opponent Houston San Diego St.* Niagara* Butler* Oklahoma* Northwestern* Baylor Creighton Wichita State* Kansas Rice

IP 3.0 5.0 9.0 7.0 0.1 2.0 1.1 2.0 4.2 0.2 0.1

H 1 3 5 5 6 5 2 2 4 0 4

R ER BB K NP Dec. 0 0 0 4 45 1 1 1 4 61 2 1 0 5 97 W 2 2 2 7 99 W 7 7 1 0 30 L 3 3 0 4 42 0 0 1 1 31 1 1 0 1 32 2 1 2 6 68 0 0 1 2 15 2 2 0 1 17 -

#40 Josh Crockett 14 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/27 3/3 3/6 3/15 3/21 3/25 4/18 4/26 4/29 5/5 5/9 5/17 5/29 6/1

Opponent Nevada Creighton Niagara Butler Oklahoma Northwestern Missouri Texas North Dakota BYU Texas Tech Kansas Xavier Rice

IP 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.2 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.1 1.0 0.2

H 0 2 1 2 3 1 1 2 0 1 3 3 1 0

R ER BB K NP Dec. 0 0 1 1 30 1 1 0 0 13 0 0 1 0 11 0 0 1 1 22 1 1 0 1 26 0 0 0 2 22 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 1 31 0 0 0 1 21 0 0 1 0 20 2 2 0 1 24 3 3 2 0 28 2 2 1 1 19 0 0 0 1 7 -

Date 2/22 2/28 3/6 3/11 3/13 3/18 3/24 3/29 4/1 4/15 4/19 4/26 4/29 5/5 5/16 5/20 5/31

Opponent Houston* San Diego* Niagara* Arizona State Butler* UTSA* Northwestern* Baylor Creighton Wichita State* Missouri Texas North Dakota* BYU* Kansas Kansas Rice

IP 3.2 5.2 5.1 0.2 5.1 4.0 4.2 1.0 1.1 5.0 0.1 1.1 4.0 4.0 2.0 0.1 2.0

H 6 5 5 3 8 4 5 0 2 6 1 3 7 7 3 2 3

R ER BB K NP Dec. 1 1 0 1 62 1 0 2 2 75 4 4 2 1 89 W 0 0 0 1 17 4 4 1 8 85 1 1 2 4 73 3 0 1 5 77 0 0 0 2 14 2 2 2 0 25 L 3 2 1 6 85 W 0 0 0 0 12 3 2 1 0 23 1 1 1 3 77 W 2 2 0 5 67 W 2 2 1 2 38 1 1 0 0 6 3 3 1 0 28 -

#15 Lance Hoge 16 Appearances/15 Starts Date 2/21 2/27 3/6 3/11 3/21 3/28 4/3 4/10 4/18 4/25 5/1 5/9 5/16 5/20 5/29 6/1

Opponent Houston* Nevada* Niagara* Arizona State* Oklahoma* Baylor* Nebraska* Texas A&M* Missouri* Texas* Oklahoma St.* Texas Tech* Kansas* Kansas* Xavier* Rice

IP 5.0 6.0 6.0 3.2 2.1 4.0 6.0 7.0 3.0 5.1 5.2 5.2 2.0 4.1 6.0 0.1

H 3 5 4 7 3 4 5 4 3 9 6 6 5 8 8 3

R ER BB K NP Dec. 1 1 1 2 65 W 2 2 0 5 94 W 1 1 0 3 59 W 3 3 1 3 88 L 4 4 2 2 56 3 1 2 5 87 L 1 1 4 2 94 W 1 1 0 4 83 4 4 2 1 60 2 1 1 2 97 3 3 1 4 76 W 5 5 2 5 98 L 5 4 3 2 57 L 1 1 1 4 82 3 3 2 2 86 W 1 1 0 0 9 -

#32 Kyle Hunter 17 Appearances/3 Starts Date 2/22 2/26 2/28 3/3 3/8 3/11 3/14 3/17 3/22 3/29 3/14 4/18 4/28 5/5 5/16 5/20 5/29

Opponent Houston Pacific San Diego Creighton Niagara Arizona State Butler UTSA* Oklahoma Baylor* Wichita State Missouri North Dakota* BYU Kansas Kansas Xavier

IP 2.2 1.0 0.2 1.0 2.0 0.1 2.0 4.0 3.0 0.1 3.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 1.1 0.0 1.0

H 3 0 0 0 2 3 3 5 9 1 4 4 3 3 1 1 4

R ER BB K NP Dec. 0 0 1 3 41 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 0 11 0 0 0 1 15 0 0 0 2 22 4 4 1 1 19 0 0 0 2 52 3 3 2 4 70 7 7 2 3 80 4 4 3 0 25 L 1 1 0 2 43 S 4 4 1 1 54 L 1 1 2 5 72 W 1 1 0 5 42 0 0 0 0 17 2 2 1 0 12 3 3 0 0 22 -

#31 Evan Marshall 28 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/22 3/1 3/6 3/11 3/15 3/18 3/21 3/24 3/29 4/1 4/4 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/19 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/4 5/8 5/10 5/16 5/20 5/21

Opponent Houston San Diego St. Niagara Arizona State Butler UTSA Oklahoma Northwestern Baylor Creighton Nebraska Texas A&M Wichita State Wichita State Missouri Missouri Texas Texas Oklahoma St. BYU Texas Tech Texas Tech Kansas Kansas Baylor

IP 0.2 1.1 1.2 1.2 2.0 0.0 1.0 3.1 1.0 1.0 0.1 1.2 0.2 1.0 0.2 1.2 0.2 1.2 0.2 0.2 1.0 1.0 2.0 0.2 0.1

H 2 3 1 1 1 3 4 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 5 0 1 2 1 2 1 4 0 0

R ER BB K NP Dec. 1 1 1 0 17 L 2 2 0 0 31 3 0 0 3 32 2 2 1 2 30 0 0 0 5 34 3 2 0 0 9 4 3 0 0 30 L 0 0 1 1 26 0 0 0 1 8 2 2 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 25 0 0 0 0 5 W 0 0 0 1 15 0 0 0 0 6 3 3 0 0 32 W 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 2 2 38 0 0 0 0 11 1 1 0 0 11 1 1 1 2 24 0 0 0 0 25 2 2 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 6 -

5/23 Texas 5/29 Xavier 5/31 Rice

1.0 1 0 1.0 0 0 0.2 2 2

0 0 2

0 0 9 1 0 14 1 0 18

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#30 A.J. Morris 16 Appearances/16 Starts Date 2/20 2/26 3/3 3/10 3/15 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/1 5/8 5/15 5/21 5/30

Opponent Houston* Pacific* Creighton* Arizona State* Butler* Oklahoma* Baylor* Nebraska* Texas A&M* Missouri* Texas* Oklahoma St.* Texas Tech* Kansas* Baylor* Rice*

IP 6.0 6.0 6.0 8.1 3.0 8.0 9.0 7.2 6.2 8.0 9.0 6.0 8.0 9.0 6.2 9.0

H 6 4 2 5 0 4 6 7 7 6 8 4 10 7 9 13

R ER BB K NP Dec. 2 0 2 8 90 W 1 0 3 7 102 W 0 0 1 8 84 W 2 2 5 2 117 W 0 0 0 2 23 W 0 0 2 12 117 W 1 0 2 10 122 W 3 3 3 6 139 W 4 3 0 9 93 W 2 2 0 5 104 2 1 2 5 141 W 2 1 1 4 88 W 5 5 2 5 120 L 1 1 1 8 127 W 4 4 4 7 116 W 6 5 2 2 141 W

#24 Thomas Rooke 32 Appearances/1 Start Date 2/20 2/22 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/6 3/10 3/13 3/17 3/21 3/24 3/28 3/29 4/3 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/15 4/17 4/19 4/25 4/26 4/28 5/1 5/4 5/9 5/10 5/17 5/21 5/23 5/31 6/1

Opponent Houston Houston Pacific San Diego San Diego St. Niagara Arizona State Butler UTSA Oklahoma Northwestern Baylor Baylor Nebraska Nebraska Texas A&M Texas A&M Wichita State Missouri Missouri Texas Texas North Dakota Oklahoma St. BYU Texas Tech Texas Tech Kansas Baylor Texas Rice Rice*

IP 2.0 2.2 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.1 0.1 3.2 2.1 4.2 1.0 2.2 1.0 1.1 4.1 2.1 1.2 0.2 0.1 3.2 1.2 0.2 2.0 2.2 2.0 0.1 0.0 0.2 2.0 1.1 1.0 3.0

H 0 1 1 1 2 3 1 0 2 6 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 2 1 3 5 0 1 0 4

R ER BB K NP Dec. 0 0 0 3 28 1 1 1 4 42 0 0 0 1 16 0 0 1 0 6 1 1 0 1 15 W 1 1 1 1 20 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 1 5 37 W 1 1 0 4 40 4 4 0 4 81 0 0 0 2 13 W 0 0 0 5 40 0 0 0 2 12 0 0 0 2 16 2 2 1 2 68 0 0 0 3 31 S 0 0 0 0 16 W 0 0 0 1 5 S 2 2 0 0 9 L 0 0 1 4 56 S 2 2 0 1 29 1 1 0 1 8 0 0 0 4 25 0 0 0 0 40 S 0 0 0 2 30 W 0 0 0 0 10 2 2 0 0 11 6 4 2 1 37 0 0 1 1 28 1 1 1 2 26 0 0 1 0 17 4 4 3 2 54 L

#38 Todd Vogel 15 Appearances/12 Starts Date 3/8 3/14 3/18 3/22 3/25 4/1 4/4 4/11 4/19 4/26 5/5 5/10 5/17 5/23 5/31

Opponent Niagara* Butler* UTSA Oklahoma Northwestern Creighton* Nebraska* Texas A&M* Missouri* Texas* BYU* Texas Tech* Kansas* Texas* Rice*

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IP 4.0 5.0 3.0 0.2 1.0 2.0 3.1 3.1 3.1 4.0 5.0 8.0 2.1 5.0 4.1

H 5 4 2 5 1 0 5 3 3 5 5 6 5 5 6

R ER BB K NP Dec. 1 1 0 3 59 W 3 3 2 4 66 W 0 0 0 1 50 6 6 2 1 36 1 1 0 2 13 0 0 1 1 25 1 1 0 3 47 W 1 1 1 2 61 2 2 2 3 69 1 1 1 0 58 2 2 0 5 66 3 3 0 2 108 W 5 5 0 0 42 L 2 2 0 2 61 3 3 3 0 65 L

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MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS KANSAS STATE HOME RUNS

MULTI-HIT GAMES Name 4 Jurica 26 Martini 9 Bloxom 28 King 16 Biery 27 Cruz 1 Yelovich 8 Muenster 2 Vaughn 7 Dellasega 25 Masters 39 Giller Total

2 13 17 15 23 21 15 11 10 10 2 2 2 141

3 11 7 6 2 3 5 3 4 4 1 46

4 2 1 3 1 7

5+ 1 1

Total 26 25 25 25 24 20 15 14 14 3 2 2 195

5+ 1 2 1 2 6

Total 21 14 12 12 10 9 6 5 3 2 2 1 1 99

MULTI-RBI GAMES Name 9 Bloxom 28 King 26 Martini 27 Cruz 4 Jurica 16 Biery 1 Yelovich 7 Dellasega 8 Muenster 2 Vaughn 39 Giller 6 Brown 21 Rumsey Total

2 12 10 8 4 8 3 5 3 3 1 1 1 1 60

3 7 1 3 6 2 3 1 2 2 1 28

4 1 1 1 1 1 5

HITTING STREAKS Name 8 Muenster 1 Yelovich 26 Martini 28 King 16 Biery 27 Cruz 4 Jurica 7 Dellasega 9 Bloxom 2 Vaughn 39 Giller 18 Kindel 6 Brown 25 Masters 17 Welch 21 Rumsey

‘09 Long 10 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 3 3 2 2 1 1

Current 3 1 1 1 4 1 -

Career 18 10 9 9 10 11 7 7 7 7 3 3 2 2 1 1

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

Player Jason King Justin Bloxom Jason King Rob Vaughn Jordan Cruz Justin Bloxom Jordan Cruz Jason King Jason King Jason King Daniel Dellasega Carter Jurica Jordan Cruz Nick Martini Drew Biery Justin Bloxom (GS) Drew Biery Jordan Cruz Carter Jurica Drew Biery Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Adam Muenster Drew Biery Carter Jurica Jordan Cruz Carter Jurica Drew Biery (WO) Justin Bloxom Rob Vaughn Drew Biery Rob Vaughn Jordan Cruz Adam Muenster Jordan Cruz Drew Biery Justin Bloxom Jason King Jordan Cruz Jordan Cruz Drew Biery Justin Bloxom Matt Giller Nick Martini Jordan Cruz Nick Martini Daniel Dellasega Dane Yelovich Rob Vaughn Drew Biery Rob Vaughn Nick Martini Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Jordan Cruz Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Jason King

Opponent Houston Houston Houston Pacific San Diego State Creighton Creighton Creighton Niagara Arizona State Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Northwestern Northwestern Nebraska Texas A&M Wichita State Wichita State Wichita State Missouri Missouri Missouri Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas North Dakota North Dakota BYU BYU BYU BYU Texas Tech Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Baylor Xavier Xavier Xavier Rice Rice

Pitcher John Touchton Jimmy Raviele Ty Stucky Larry Holscher Tyler Lavigne Jonas Dufek Jonas Dufek Bob Lackovic Michael Kellar Mitchell Lambson Matt Sokolowski Jared Wagoner Jared Wagoner Jared Wagoner Jared Wagoner Tyler Tepe Joe Ochs David Dennemann Casey Selsor Casey Selsor J.P. Holton Marc Gomez C.J. Blue Tyson Seng Chase Anderson Michael Rocha David Jensen David Jensen Eric Bird Ross Hales Cameron Maldonado Cameron Maldonado Rimington Johnson Ryan Gargano Kelly Fick Ryan Gargano Chance Ruffin Chance Ruffin Cole Green Taylor Jungmann Brandon Workman David Spies Scott Eul Jeremy Toole Jeremy Toole Justin Shutt Jared Miller Kellen Monreal T.J. Walz Brett Bochy Lee Ridenhour Brett Bollman Shawn Tolleson Zac Richard Zac Richard Shane Liska Ryan Berry Mark Haynes

On 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

Out 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 0

Inn. 7 9 9 2 3 3 4 6 4 8 6 1 2 6 6 8 1 8 1 4 2 4 7 5 8 2 8 9 8 5 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 6 2 11 2 3 7 3 4 4 5 8 3 8 6 7 9 3 3 5 8 2

GS - Grand Slam WO - Walk-Off Player Drew Biery Justin Bloxom Jordan Cruz Daniel Dellasega Matt Giller Carter Jurica Jason King Nick Martini Adam Muenster Rob Vaughn Dane Yelovich Player Jake Brown Daniel Dellasega Matt Giller Mike Kindel Nick Martini David Masters Adam Muenster Dan Rumsey Cameron Welch

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Gm. 1 1 2 4 7 8 8 8 9 13 15 16 16 16 16 16 17 18 19 19 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 24 32 35 36 36 36 39 40 40 41 41 42 42 43 44 45 49 49 49 49 52 54 54 55 55 57 59 59 59 60 62

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LAST HOME RUN G AB 8 31 2 7 3 9 3 2 2 2 38 146 0 3 7 31 24 83 7 28 10 33 PINCH HITTING Avg. AB .000 9 .400 5 .286 7 .400 10 .000 1 .000 3 .000 2 .200 10 .333 3

H 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 2 1

Date 5/16/09 5/30/09 5/29/09 5/5/09 4/29/09 3/24/09 6/1/09 5/17/09 4/20/09 5/17/09 5/10/09 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 3 0

Player Drew Biery Justin Bloxom Jordan Cruz Daniel Dellasega Matt Giller Carter Jurica Jason King Nick Martini Adam Muenster Dan Rumsey Rob Vaughn Dane Yelovich

TWO-OUT RBI 2009 22 27 19 4 2 10 24 17 3 1 6 9

Player Drew Biery Justin Bloxom Jordan Cruz Daniel Dellasega Matt Giller Carter Jurica Mike Kindel Jason King Nick Martini David Masters Adam Muenster Rob Vaughn Cameron Welch Dane Yelovich

INFIELD HITS Infield 7 5 2 1 1 9 1 2 9 2 7 8 1 5

Career 46 60 32 7 2 11 37 17 17 1 21 15 Bunt 1 4 2 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 9

Total 8 9 4 1 1 11 1 2 13 2 9 9 1 14


SEASON SUPERLATIVES

SEASON SUPERLATIVES TEAM GAME HIGHS Batting At Bats ______________________45, at Texas (4/25) and vs. North Dakota (4/29) Runs Scored ________________________________22, vs. North Dakota (4/29) Hits ________________________________________23, vs. North Dakota (4/29) RBI ________________________________________21, vs. North Dakota (4/29) Doubles __________________________________________7, vs. Niagara (3/8) Triples ____________________________2, at Baylor (3/27) and at Nebraska (4/3) Home Runs ________________________________________5, vs. Butler (3/14) Walks __________________________________________10, vs. Nevada (2/27) Strikeouts ____________________14, vs. Texas A&M (4/10) and at Kansas (5/16) Sacrifice Hits __________________________________________2, eight times Sacrifice Flies____________________3, vs. North Dakota (4/29) and vs. BYU (5/4) Stolen Bases ______________________9, vs. Niagara (3/6) and vs. Butler (3/13) Hit by Pitch __________________________________4, vs. North Dakota (4/29) Caught Stealing ____________________________________4, at Baylor (3/27) Runners LOB________________________________________14, at Texas (4/26) Hit into DP ____________________________________________3, three times

Fielding Putouts ____________________________________________36, at Texas (4/25) Assists ____________________________________________19, at Rice (5/30) Errors ____________________________________________4, vs. Pacific (2/26) Passed Balls ____________________________________________1, five times DPs Turned ____________________________________________3, four times Pitching Innings Pitched ____________________________________12.0, at Texas (4/25) Runs Allowed __________________________________29, vs. Oklahoma (3/22) Earned Runs Allowed ____________________________29, vs. Oklahoma (3/22) Walks Allowed______________________________________9, at Kansas (5/17) Strikeouts __________________________________14, vs. Northwestern (3/25) Hits Allowed __________________________________27, vs. Oklahoma (3/22) Wild Pitches______________________________________3, vs. Texas Tech (5/9) Hit Batters________________________4, at Baylor (3/29) and vs. Missouri (4/18) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Batting At Bats ______________________________________________6, seven times Runs Scored ______________________________4, Nick Martini, vs. Butler (3/14) Hits __________________________________5, Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier (5/29) RBI ______________________________________6, Drew Biery, vs. Butler (3/14) Doubles __3, Carter Jurica, at Oklahoma State (5/1) and Drew Biery, vs. Texas Tech (5/10) Triples __________________________________________________1, 22 times Home Runs__2, Cruz, at Texas (4/25), Martini, vs. BYU (5/5) and Bloxom, vs. Xavier (5/29) Total Bases ____________________________13, Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier (5/29) Walks ________3, David Masters, vs. Niagara (3/6) and Dane Yelovich, vs. BYU (5/4) Strikeouts ____________________________________________4, three times Sacrifice Hits ____________________________________________1, 44 times Sacrifice Flies ____________________________________________1, 27 times Stolen Bases__3, Muenster, vs. Niagara (/) and at Baylor (3/28); Yelovich, vs. Butler (3/13) Hit by Pitch ____2, Jordan Cruz, vs. Niagara (3/7) and Carter Jurica, at Kansas (5/15) Caught Stealing __________________________________________1, 45 times Runners LOB ______________________________7, Jason King, at Baylor (3/27)

2009 SEASON BREAKDOWN Starters by Batting Order: Leadoff: (2) Muenster (39), Yelovich (23) Second: (4) Jurica (50), Muenster (8), Cruz (3), Masters (1) Third: (2) Martini (50), Jurica (12) Cleanup: (1) Bloxom (62) Fifth: (2) King (59), Biery (3) Sixth: (4) Biery (54), Martini (4), King (3), Vaughn (1) Seventh: (4) Cruz (50), Martini (7), Dellasega (4), Masters (1) Eighth: (5) Vaughn (46), Dellasega (11), Masters (3), Cruz (1), Giller (1) Ninth: (6) Yelovich (39), Cruz (8), Muenster (7), Brown (4), Kindel (3), Dellasega (1)

Starters by Position: C: (3) Vaughn (47), Dellasega (10), Masters (5) 1B: (1) Bloxom (62) 2B: (2) Jurica (56), Muenster (3), Brown (3) 3B: (1) King (62) SS: (2) Biery (56), Jurica (6) LF: (2) Martini (61), Muenster (1) CF: (1) Yelovich (62) RF: (1) Cruz (62) DH: (6) Muenster (50), Dellasega (6), Kindel (3), Giller (1), Biery (1), Brown (1) P: (7) Morris (16), Hoge (15), Vogel (12), Daniel (9), Bahramzadeh (6), Hunter (3), Rooke (1) Miscellaneous Notes: Longest game, innings ______________________________12, at Texas (4/25) Longest game, time ____________________________3:51, vs. Oklahoma (3/21) Shortest game, innings __________________________________7, four times Shortest 9-inning game, time__________________2:10, vs. Northwestern (3/24) Longest winning streak __________________________________________9 Longest losing streak ____________________________________________3 INNING-BY-INNING SUMMARY Inning 1 2 3 Kansas State 56 42 48 Opponents 40 12 39

4 54 45

5 59 38

6 62 40

7 45 26

8 64 38

9 23 27

Ex Total 5 458 3 308

ATTENDANCE Place Dates Total Average Home 31 43,151 1,391 Away 31 89,810 2,897 Total 62 132,961 2,144 Top Home Crowd: 4,280, vs. Kansas (5/15 - Tointon Family Stadium Record) Top Road Crowd: 6,344, at Texas (4/25) Top Neutral Crowd: 5,770, vs. Arizona State (3/11)

Fielding Putouts__________________________16, Justin Bloxom, vs. Northwestern (3/24) Assists ________________________________10, Carter Jurica, vs. Pacific (2/26) Errors __________________________________________________2, six times Passed Balls ____________________________________________1, five times Pitching Innings Pitched ________________________________________9.0, five times Runs Allowed ______7, Kyle Hunter and Kayvon Bahramzadeh, vs. Oklahoma (3/22) Earned Runs Allowed7, Kyle Hunter and Kayvon Bahramzadeh, vs. Oklahoma (3/22) Walks Allowed ________________________5, A.J. Morris, vs. Arizona State (3/10) Strikeouts ____________________________12, A.J. Morris, vs. Oklahoma (3/20) Wild Pitches ____________________________________________2, four times Hit Batters________________________________4, James Allen, at Baylor (3/29)

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BIG 12 REVIEW FINAL 2009 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STANDINGS School xyz-Texas x-Oklahoma x-Missouri x-Kansas State x-Kansas x-Texas A&M x-Texas Tech x-Baylor Oklahoma State Nebraska

W 17 17 16 14 15 14 12 10 9 8

Conference L T 9 1 10 0 11 0 11 1 12 0 13 0 15 0 16 0 16 0 19 0

Pct. .648 .630 .593 .558 .556 .519 .444 .385 .360 .296

W 50 43 35 43 39 37 25 30 34 25

Overall L T 16 1 20 0 27 0 18 1 24 0 24 0 32 0 26 0 24 0 28 1

BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Pct. .754 .683 .565 .702 .619 .607 .439 .536 .586 .472

x - Big 12 Tournament Participant; y - Big 12 Champion; z - Big 12 Tournament Champion

2009 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

Date 2/23 3/2 3/9 3/16 3/23 3/30

Player Caleb, Shofner, TAMU Adam Bailey, NU Aaron Miller, BU Kevin David, OSU J.T. Wise, OU Tyler Farst, NU

4/6 4/13 4/20 4/27

Shaver Hansen, BU Dustin Dickerson, BU Greg Folgia, MU Bryant Hernandez, OU Kyle Colligan, TAMU Tony Thompson, KU Greg Folgia, MU Buck Afenir, KU

5/4 5/11 5/18

Pitcher Shaeffer Hall, KU Brandon Workman, UT Ryan Duke, OU Kyle Gibson, MU Kyle Gibson, MU A.J. Morris, KSU Nick Fleece, TAMU T.J. Walz, KU Chad Bettis, TTU Austin Wood, UT Chase Anderson, OU Brad Buehler, MU Ross Hales, TAMU Sean Yost, NU

Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma City, Okla. Wednesday, May 20 Game 1: Kansas State 5, Kansas 4 Game 2: Baylor 14, Texas 9 Game 3: Missouri 5, Texas A&M 2 Game 4: Oklahoma 5, Texas Tech 2 Thursday, May 21 Game 7: Texas 9, Kansas 3 Game 8: Kansas State 9, Baylor 4 Friday, May 22 Game 5: Texas Tech 4, Missouri 2 Game 6: Texas A&M 17, Oklahoma 15

ALL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM 1B: Brandon Belt, Texas 2B: Joey Hainsfurther, Baylor SS: Brandon Loy, Texas 3B: Tony Thompson, Kansas C: J.T. Wise, Oklahoma OF: Ryan Lollis, Missouri OF: Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma OF: Kyle Colligan, Texas A&M DH: Dustin Dickerson, Baylor SP: Chance Ruffin, Texas SP: Andrew Doyle, Oklahoma RP: Craig Fritsch, Baylor Most Outstanding Player: Brandon Loy, Texas

Saturday, May 23 Game 9: Baylor 8, Kansas 4 Game 10: Texas 4, Kansas State 2 Game 11: Missouri 5, Oklahoma 4 Game 12: Texas A&M 11, Texas Tech 4 Sunday, May 24 Championship Game Game 13: Texas 12, Missouri 4

2009 COACHES ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE TEAMS First Team IF- Shaver Hansen, Baylor IF- Tony Thompson, Kansas IF- Bryant Hernandez, Oklahoma IF- Brodie Green, Texas A&M IF- Chris Richburg, Texas Tech C- J.T. Wise, Oklahoma OF- Greg Folgia, Missouri OF- Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma OF- Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State DH- Dustin Dickerson, Baylor UTL- Brooks Raley, Texas A&M SP- A.J. Morris Kansas State SP- Kyle Gibson, Missouri SP- Chance Ruffin, Texas RP- Austin Wood, Texas

Second Team IF- Carter Jurica, Kansas State IF- Aaron Baker, Oklahoma IF- Garrett Buechele, Oklahoma IF- Willie Rueda, Texas Tech C- Buck Afenir, Kansas OF- Brian Heere, Kansas OF- Neil Medchill, Oklahoma State OF- Connor Rowe, Texas DH- Joe Patterson, Texas A&M UTL- Aaron Miller, Baylor SP- T.J. Walz, Kansas SP- Andrew Doyle, Oklahoma SP- Tyler Blandford, Oklahoma State RP- Ryan Duke, Oklahoma

Honorable Mention Baylor- Kendal Volz, SP Kansas- Shaeffer Hall, SP; Robby Price, IF; Paul Smyth, RP Kansas State- Drew Biery, IF; Justin Bloxom, IF; Jordan Cruz, OF; Jason King, IF; Nick Martini, OF Missouri- Trevor Coleman, C; Kyle Mach, IF; Aaron Senne, OF Nebraska- Tyler Farst, IF Oklahoma State- Kevin David, C; Tyrone Hambly, IF; Tyler Lyons, SP Texas- Brandon Belt, IF; Kevin Keyes, OF; Brandon Loy, IF; Cameron Rupp, C; Michael Torres, IF Texas A&M- Luke Anders, IF; Kyle Colligan, OF; Kevin Gonzalez, C; Ross Hales, SP; Alex Wilson, RP Texas Tech- Taylor Ashby, OF; Chad Bettis, RP; Joey Kenworthy, IF; Scott LeJeune, DH

Player of the Year: J.T. Wise, Oklahoma; Pitcher of the Year: A.J. Morris Kansas State; Freshman of the Year: Garrett Buechele, Oklahoma; Newcomer of the Year: David Narodowski, Kansas; Coach of the Year: Brad Hill, Kansas State

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BIG 12 STATS TEAM OVERALL BATTING Team 1. Kansas State 2. Oklahoma 3. Kansas 4. Oklahoma State 5. Texas Tech 6. Baylor 7. Texas A&M 8. Texas 9. Nebraska 10. Missouri

G 62 63 63 58 57 56 61 67 54 62

AVG .318 .317 .300 .300 .299 .299 .298 .288 .282 .272

TEAM CONFERENCE-ONLY BATTING AB 2125 2146 2184 1985 1948 1939 2077 2233 1879 2045

R 458 509 452 409 349 400 423 405 351 411

H 675 680 656 595 582 579 619 642 529 556

2B 123 126 125 118 100 110 97 122 107 112

3B 22 20 19 21 12 8 18 13 15 19

HR 58 91 61 81 40 73 85 53 48 41

BB 223 275 272 210 215 198 243 279 197 298

SO 393 510 451 429 379 462 456 392 370 449

L 16 24 24 18 24 27 20 26 28 32

IP 613.0 539.2 553.1 547.1 507.0 538.2 551.2 493.0 483.2 487.2

H 512 546 572 601 517 594 584 568 547 596

R 249 315 332 308 303 347 348 361 379 402

ER 201 269 276 274 264 304 312 290 334 342

BB 188 172 179 169 199 177 198 224 256 266

SO 556 568 466 453 516 492 495 461 361 409

Team 1. Texas Tech 2. Oklahoma 3. Kansas 4. Kansas State 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas A&M 8. Nebraska 9. Baylor 10. Missouri

TEAM OVERALL PITCHING Team 1. Texas 2. Texas A&M 3. Kansas 4. Kansas State 5. Oklahoma State 6. Missouri 7. Oklahoma 8. Baylor 9. Nebraska 10. Texas Tech

G 67 61 63 62 58 62 63 56 54 57

ERA 2.95 4.49 4.49 4.51 4.69 5.08 5.09 5.29 6.22 6.31

G 27 27 27 26 27 25 27 27 26 27

AVG .311 .300 .297 .297 .282 .281 .276 .274 .264 .255

AB 946 930 936 887 924 839 895 933 901 880

R 172 193 195 152 164 127 153 155 157 158

H 294 279 278 263 261 236 247 256 238 224

2B 57 47 55 40 41 47 34 54 40 45

3B 7 6 5 12 4 7 4 7 2 7

HR 22 51 27 19 17 33 36 21 35 20

BB 95 106 114 74 100 60 100 81 78 102

SO 186 231 215 200 159 204 224 193 232 208

H 229 218 239 223 255 278 263 281 295 295

R 113 128 145 140 155 168 158 189 217 213

ER 89 113 130 119 137 145 143 155 190 189

BB 80 71 87 97 71 73 78 103 119 131

SO 233 247 204 195 229 195 174 226 159 190

TEAM CONFERENCE-ONLY PITCHING W 50 37 39 43 34 35 43 30 25 25

Team 1. Texas 2. Texas A&M 3. Oklahoma 4. Oklahoma State 5. Missouri 6. Kansas 7. Kansas State 8. Baylor 9. Nebraska 10. Texas Tech

G 27 27 27 25 27 27 26 26 27 27

ERA 3.30 4.33 4.98 5.00 5.30 5.55 5.66 6.15 7.32 7.36

W 17 14 17 9 16 15 14 10 8 12

L 9 13 10 16 11 12 11 16 19 15

IP 243.0 234.2 235.0 214.0 232.2 235.0 227.1 227.0 233.2 231.0

CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

OVERALL INDIVIDUAL LEADERS .389 .377 .362 .361 .359

Total Bases Tony Thompson, Kansas Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma Justin Bloxom, Kansas State Bryant Hernandez, Oklahoma J.T. Wise, Oklahoma

186 156 148 144 139

Batting Average Garrett Buechele, Oklahoma Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State Scott LeJeune, Texas Tech Tyler Farst, Nebraska Tyrone Hambly, Oklahoma State

.396 .392 .386 .384 .376

Hits Tony Thompson, Kansas Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma Justin Bloxom, Kansas State Bryant Hernandez, Oklahoma Dustin Dickerson, Baylor

96 90 88 88 86

Stolen Bases Brooks Raley, Texas A&M Adam Muenster, Kansas State Dane Yelovich, Kansas State Carter Jurica, Kansas State Nick Martini, Kansas State

25 24 24 23 19

Hits Buck Afenir, Kansas Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State Garrett Buechele, Oklahoma Scott LeJeune, Texas Tech Chris Richburg, Texas Tech

40 40 40 39 38

Runs Scored Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma Bryant Hernandez, Oklahoma David Narodowski, Kansas Neil Medchill, Oklahoma State Kyle Colligan, Texas A&M

76 65 64 63 63

Wins A.J. Morris, Kansas State Taylor Jungmann, Texas Kyle Gibson, Missouri Chance Ruffin, Texas Garrett Richards, Oklahoma

14 11 11 10 9

Runs Scored Brian Heere, Kansas Kyle Colligan, Texas A&M Buck Afenir, Kansas David Narodowski, Kansas Robby Price, Kansas

29 29 29 27 27

Wins A.J. Morris, Kansas State Kyle Gibson, Missouri T.J. Walz, Kansas Andrew Doyle, Oklahoma Four Tied at

82 70 63 63 62

Innings Pitched Chance Ruffin, Texas A.J. Morris, Kansas State Cole Green, Texas Kyle Gibson, Missouri Tyler Lyons, Oklahoma State

124.2 116.1 110.1 106.2 97.1

RBI Buck Afenir, Kansas Tony Thompson, Kansas Greg Folgia, Missouri Chris Richburg, Texas Tech J.T. Wise, Oklahoma

38 38 37 35 32

Innings Pitched A.J. Morris, Kansas State Kyle Gibson, Missouri Brooks Raley, Texas A&M Chance Ruffin, Texas Tyler Lyons, Oklahoma State

71.1 69.2 64.2 60.1 60.0

Earned Run Average A.J. Morris, Kansas State Austin Wood, Texas Taylor Jungmann, Texas Brooks Raley, Texas A&M Chance Ruffin, Texas

2.02 2.06 2.61 3.34 3.43

Batting Average Tony Thompson, Kansas Dustin Dickerson, Baylor Brian Heere, Kansas Justin Bloxom, Kansas State J.T. Wise, Oklahoma

RBI Tony Thompson, Kansas Greg Folgia, Missouri Justin Bloxom, Kansas State Buck Afenir, Kansas Bryant Hernandez, Oklahoma J.T. Wise, Oklahoma Doubles Tony Thompson, Kansas Kevin David, Oklahoma State David Narodowski, Kansas Brooks Raley, Texas A&M Nick Martini, Kansas State Drew Biery, Kansas State Triples Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State Jason King, Kansas State Ryan Lollis, Missouri Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma Tom Belza, Oklahoma State Home Runs Tony Thompson, Kansas Shaver Jansen, Baylor J.T. Wise, Oklahoma Aaron Baker, Oklahoma Kyle Colligan, Texas A&M

27 23 19 19 17 17

6 5 5 5 5

21 17 17 15 15

Earned Run Average Taylor Jungmann, Texas A.J. Morris, Kansas State Austin Wood, Texas Kyle Gibson, Missouri Chance Ruffin, Texas

2.00 2.09 2.61 3.21 3.32

Doubles Tony Thompson, Kansas Scott LeJeune, Texas Tech Adam Bailey, Nebraska Neil Medchill, Oklahoma State David Narodowski, Kansas

11 10 9 9 9

Strikeouts Kyle Gibson, Missouri Alex Wilson, Texas A&M Chance Ruffin, Texas Taylor Jungmann, Texas A.J. Morris, Kansas State

131 120 115 101 100

Triples Jordan Cruz, Kansas State Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State Steve Gray, Missouri Jason King, Kansas State Justin Bloxom, Kansas State

3 3 3 3 2

Home Runs Tony Thompson, Kansas J.T. Wise, Oklahoma Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State Shaver Hansen, Baylor Kyle Colligan, Texas A&M Aaron Baker, Oklahoma

10 10 9 9 9 9

Saves Ryan Duke, Oklahoma Austin Wood, Texas Randy McCurry, Oklahoma State Paul Smyth, Kansas Brad Buehler, Missouri

16 15 10 9 8

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Total Bases Michael Dabbs, Oklahoma State Tony Thompson, Kansas J.T. Wise, Oklahoma Chris Richburg, Texas Tech Bryant Hernandez, Oklahoma

80 76 69 69 67

Stolen Bases Brooks Raley, Texas A&M Nick Martini, Kansas State Adam Muenster, Kansas State Michael Torres, Texas Casey Lytle, Kansas Travis Tucker, Texas

10 9 9 9 8 8

7 7 6 5 4

Strikeouts Kyle Gibson, Missouri Brooks Raley, Texas A&M Alex Wilson, Texas A&M A.J. Morris, Kansas State Tyler Blandford, Oklahoma State

85 67 65 64 59

Saves Ryan Duke, Oklahoma Austin Wood, Texas Paul Smyth, Kansas Nick Fleece, Texas A&M Chad Bettis, Texas Tech

10 9 6 5 4

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OPPONENT DATE, SITE

2009 RECORD, COACH, SCHOOL RECORD, YRS. POSTSEASON

2009 CONFERENCE RECORD, FINISH

SERIES, YEAR STARTED

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST

STARTERS/PITCHERS RETURNING/LOST

SID, EMAIL, WEBSITE

Delaware February 19 Charleston, S.C.

Jim Sherman 273-222 (9)

28-20

11-10 6th, Colonial Athletic

First Meeting

14/10

Starters: 3/6; Pitchers: 9/2

Kenny Kline kkline@udel.edu www.bluehens.com

East Tennessee State February 20 Charleston, S.C.

Tony Kole 239-309 (9)

25-28

10-20 9th, Atlantic Sun

First Meeting

11/10

Starters: 6/4; Pitchers: 6/5

Jeff Schneider schneidj@etsu.edu www.etsubucs.com

The Citadel February 21-22 Charleston, S.C.

Fred Jordan 623-450 (18)

37-22

20-10 3rd, Southern

First Meeting

17/10

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 10/5

Ben Waring ben.waring@citadel.edu www.citadelsports.com

Duquesne February 27 Winter Haven, Fla.

Mike Wilson 329-499-2 (16)

14-41

7-19 14th, Atlantic 10

First Meeting

20/8

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 9/4

George Nieman nieman@duq.edu www.goduquesne.com

Northeastern February 28 Winter Haven, Fla.

Neil McPhee 612-505-4 (24)

28-25

13-11 5th, Colonial Athletic

First Meeting

20/8

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 7/6

Steven Kesler stevenkesler@gonu.com www.gonu.com

St. Bonaventure March 1 Winter Haven, Fla.

Larry Sudbrook 529-520-7 (24)

24-25

9-17 t11th, Atlantic 10

First Meeting

19/7

Starters: 7/4; Pitchers: 9/2

Patrick Pierson ppierson@sbu.edu www.gobonnies.com

Western Michigan March 2 Winter Haven, Fla.

Randy Ford 115-137-1 (5)

14-35

9-18 6th, Mid American (West)

K-State leads, 1-0 1999

19/8

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 10/2

Kristin Keirns kristin.keirns@wmich.edu www.wumbroncos.com

Villanova March 3 Winter Haven, Fla.

Joe Godri 211-204-3 (8)

22-28

6-20 12th, Big East

First Meeting

24/11

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 12/3

david.berman@villanova.edu

Stetson March 5 DeLand, Fla.

Pete Dunn 1,097-688-3 (30)

27-30

16-14 5th, Atlantic Sun

First Meeting

19/10

Starters: 7/2; Pitchers: 9/5

Dean Watson dwatson@stetson.edu www.gohatters.com

Notre Dame March 6 DeLand, Fla.

Dave Schrage 97-72-1 (3)

36-23

15-12 5th, Big East

K-State leads, 2-0 1983

16/4

Starters: 7/2; Pitchers: 12/1

Michael Bertsch mbertsc1@nd.edu www.und.com

Harvard March 7 DeLand, Fla.

Joe Walsh 319-296-2 (14)

13-28

10-10 Series tied, 1-1 2nd, Ivy League (Rolfe Div.) 2000

22/7

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 11/3

Kurt Svoboda ksvoboda@fas.harvard.edu www.gocrimson.com

Kent State March 12-14 Manhattan, Kan.

Scott Stricklin 183-103 (5)

43-17 NCAA Regional

17-9 3rd, Mid American (East)

K-State leads, 1-0 2002

19/9

Starters: 6/2; Pitchers: 10/5

Matthew Lofton mlofton@kent.edu www.kentstatesports.com

Creighton March 16 Manhattan, Kan.

Ed Servias 227-124 (6)

31-25

14-9 4th, Missouri Valley

K-State leads, 46-35-1 1903

22/14

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 9/6

Matt Marek mattmarek@creighton.edu www.gocreighton.com

UW-Milwaukee March 19-21 Manhattan, Kan.

Scott Doffek 78-95 (3)

28-27

14-9 2nd, Horizon

K-State leads, 3-0 2002

20/9

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 13/4

Chris Zills czills@uwm.edu www.uwmpanthers.com

Oklahoma State March 26-28 Manhattan, Kan.

Frank Anderson 233-132 (6)

34-24 NCAA Regional

9-16 9th, Big 12

Oklahoma St. leads, 148-53 16/12 1911

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 8/8

wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu

Wichita State March 30 - Manhattan April 20 - Wichita

Gene Stephenson 1683-577-3 (32)

30-27 NCAA Super Regional

11-7 3rd, Missouri Valley

Wichita State leads, 48-28 1906

20/6

Starters: 7/2; Pitchers: 13/3

Tami Cutler tculter@goshockers.com www.goshockers.com

Texas Tech April 1-3 Lubbock, Texas

Dan Spencer 25-32 (1)

25-32

12-15 7th, Big 12

Texas Tech leads, 25-15-1 1993

18/13

Starters: 7/2; Pitchers: 9/7

Blayne Beal blayne.beal@ttu.edu www.texastech.com

Nebraska April 9-11 Manhattan, Kan.

Mike Anderson 280-144-2 (7)

25-28-1

8-19 10th, Big 12

Nebraska leads, 160-102 1898

18/12

Starters: 4/5; Pitchers: 9/5

Shamus McKnight smcknight@huskers.com www.huskers.com

BYU April 13-14 Provo, Utah

Vance Law 317-263-2 (10)

30-24

14-8 3rd, Mountain West

K-State leads, 5-2 1971

22/14

Starters: 4/6; Pitchers: 7/5

Ralph Zobell ralph_zobell@byu.edu www.byucougars.com

Baylor April 16-18 Manhattan, Kan.

Steve Smith 552-363-1 (15)

30-26 NCAA Regional

10-16 8th, Big 12

Baylor leads, 31-13 1966

18/10

Starters: 5/5; Pitchers: 10/3

David Kaye david_kaye@baylor.edu www.baylorbears.com

Missouri April 23-25 Columbia, Mo.

Tim Jamieson 515-356-2 (15)

35-27 NCAA Regional

16-11 3rd, Big 12

Missouri leads, 161-100-1 1907

19/11

Starters: 3/6; Pitchers: 8/6

Josh Murray murrayjos@missouri.edu www.mutigers.com

Chicago State April 27-28 Manhattan, Kan.

Michael Caston 3-38 (1)

3-38

3-38 Independent

K-State leads, 7-0 1992

15/7

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 3/6

Corey Miggins cmiggins@csu.edu www.gocsucougars.com

Oklahoma April 30-May 2 Norman, Okla.

Sunny Golloway 170-98-1 (5)

43-20 NCAA Regional

17-10 2nd, Big 12

Oklahoma leads, 178-66-1 1913

17/15

Starters: 4/5; Pitchers: 7/8

Craig Moran cmoran@ou.edu www.soonersports.com

Minnesota May 4-5 Manhattan, Kan.

John Anderson 1,006-645-3 (28)

40-19 NCAA Regional

17-6 2nd, Big Ten

Minnesota leads, 6-0 1993

20/7

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 10/3

Steven Geller gelle014@umn.edu www.gophersports.com

Texas May 7-9 Manhattan, Kan.

Augie Garrido 567-269-2 (13)

50-16-1 College World Series

17-9-1 1st, Big 12

Texas leads, 37-10-1 1985

19/8

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 9/2

thomas.dick@athletics.utexas.edu

Kansas May 14 - Lawrence May 15-16 - Manhattan

Ritch Price 242-193-1 (7)

39-24 NCAA Regional

15-12 5th, Big 12

K-State leads, 161-160-1 1897

19/10

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 8/4

Mike Cummings mtc@ku.edu www.kuathletics.com

Texas A&M May 21-23 College Station, Texas

Rob Childress 156-92-1 (4)

37-24 NCAA Regional

14-13 6th, Big 12

Texas A&M leads, 34-10-1 1985

17/12

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 10/7

Matt Simon matts@athletics.tamu.edu www.aggieathletics.com

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Wade McWhorter www.okstate.com

Thomas Dick www.texassports.com


NON-CON OPPONENTS DELAWARE

EAST TENNESSEE STATE

THE CITADEL

Feb. 19 • Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park • Charleston, S.C.

Feb. 20 • Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park • Charleston, S.C.

Feb. 21-22 • Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park • Charleston, S.C.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ______________________________________Newark, Del. Enrollment ________________________________________16,000 Colors __________________________________Royal Blue and Gold Nickname ________________________________________Blue Hens Conference ________________________Colonial Athletic Association President__________________________________Dr. Patrick T. Harker Athletic Director ______________________________Bernard M. Muir Home Field ______________________________Bob Hannah Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________1,300 Press Box ____________________________________(302) 831-4122

Location __________________________________Johnson City, Tenn. Enrollment ________________________________________14,677 Colors ________________________________Navy Blue and Old Gold Nickname ______________________________________Buccaneers Conference ____________________________________Atlantic Sun President__________________________________Dr. Paul Stanton, Jr. Athletic Director ________________________________Dave Mullins Home Field ____________________________________Cardinal Park Capacity ____________________________________________2,000 Press Box ____________________________________(423) 461-4865

Location ____________________________________Charleston, S.C Enrollment __________________________________________2,086 Colors ________________________________Citadel Blue and White Nickname ________________________________________Bulldogs Conference________________________________________Southern President ______________________________Lt Gen John W Rosa, Jr. Athletic Director ______________________________Larry Leckonby Home Field ______________________________Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park Capacity ____________________________________________6,000 Press Box ____________________________________(843) 965-4151

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ____________________________________Jim Sherman Overall Record __________________________________491-350 (16) School Record __________________________________273-222 (9) Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ______________________________________Tony Skole Overall Record __________________________________334-336 (13) School Record __________________________________239-309 (10) Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ____________________________________Fred Jordan Overall Record __________________________________623-450 (18) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record __________________________________28-20 (11-10) Conference Finish ______________________________________6th Postseason ________________________________CAA Championship Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________14/10 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________3/6 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________9/2

2009 Record __________________________________25-28 (10-20) Conference Finish ______________________________________9th Postseason ____________________________Atlantic Sun Tournament Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________11/10 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/4 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________6/5

2009 Record __________________________________37-22 (20-10) Conference Finish ______________________________________3rd Postseason ____________________Southern Conference Tournament Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________17/10 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Pitchers (returning/lost) ________________________________17/10

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ________________________________________Kenny Kline Office ______________________________________(302) 831-2186 Cell ________________________________________(484) 464-5729 E-Mail ____________________________________kkline@udel.edu Fax ________________________________________(302) 831-8653 Website __________________________________www.bluehens.com

Contact ______________________________________Jeff Schneider Office ______________________________________(423) 439-5612 Cell ________________________________________(423) 741-5297 E-Mail ____________________________________schneidj@etsu.edu Fax ________________________________________(423) 439-6138 Website __________________________________www.etsubucs.com

Contact ________________________________________Ben Waring Office ______________________________________(843) 953-5120 Cell ________________________________________(843) 327-9790 E-Mail________________________________ben.waring@citadel.edu Fax ________________________________________(843) 953-6727 Website ______________________________www.citadelsports.com

DUQUESNE

NORTHEASTERN

ST. BONAVENTURE

Feb. 27 • Chain of Lakes Park • Winter Haven, Fla.

Feb. 28 • Chain of Lakes Park • Winter Haven, Fla.

March 1 • Chain of Lakes Park • Winter Haven, Fla.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location______________________________________Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment ________________________________________10,160 Colors ________________________________________Red and Blue Nickname __________________________________________Dukes Conference ______________________________________Atlantic 10 President ______________________________Dr. Charles J. Dougherty Athletic Director ________________________________Greg Amodio Home Field __________________________________Duquesne Field Capacity ____________________________________________1,500 Press Box ____________________________________________N/A

Location ______________________________________Boston, Mass. Enrollment ________________________________________15,339 Colors ______________________________________Red and Black Nickname__________________________________________Huskies Conference ________________________Colonial Athletic Association President ____________________________________Dr. Joseph Aoun Athletic Director __________________________________Peter Roby Home Field ________________________________Friedman Diamond Capacity ____________________________________________3,000 Press Box ____________________________________(425) 330-8307

Location ________________________________St. Bonaventure, N.Y. Enrollment __________________________________________2,000 Colors ____________________________________Brown and White Nickname ________________________________________Bonnies Conference ______________________________________Atlantic 10 President ______________________________Sister Margaret Carney Athletic Director ________________________________Steve Watson Home Field ________________________________Fred handler Park Capacity______________________________________________N/A Press Box ____________________________________________N/A

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ____________________________________Mike Wilson Overall Record ________________________________329-499-2 (16) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ____________________________________Neil McPhee Overall Record ________________________________612-505-4 (24) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach __________________________________Larry Sudbrook Overall Record ________________________________529-520-7 (24) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ____________________________________14-41 (7-19) Conference Finish ______________________________________14th Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________20/8 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________9/4

2009 Record __________________________________28-25 (13-11) Conference Finish ______________________________________5th Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________20/8 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________7/6

2009 Record ____________________________________24-25 (9-17) Conference Finish______________________________________t11th Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/7 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________7/4 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________9/2

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ____________________________________George Nieman Office ______________________________________(412) 396-5376 Cell ________________________________________________N/A E-Mail ____________________________________nieman@duq.edu Fax ________________________________________(412) 396-6210 Website________________________________www.goduquesne.com

Contact ______________________________________Steven Kesler Office ______________________________________(617) 373-2691 Cell ________________________________________(425) 330-8307 E-Mail ________________________________stevenkesler@gonu.com Fax ________________________________________(617) 373-3152 Website ____________________________________www.gonu.com

Contact ______________________________________Patrick Pierson Office ______________________________________(716) 375-2575 Cell ________________________________________________N/A E-Mail ____________________________________ppierson@sbu.edu Fax ________________________________________(716) 375-2383 Website ________________________________www.gobonnies.com

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NON-CON OPPONENTS WESTERN MICHIGAN

VILLANOVA

STETSON

March 2 • Chain of Lakes Park • Winter Haven, Fla.

March 3 • Chain of Lakes Park • Winter Haven, Fla.

March 5 • Melching Field • DeLand, Fla.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location __________________________________Kalamazoo, Mich. Enrollment ________________________________________24,576 Colors ______________________________________Brown and Gold Nickname ________________________________________Broncos Conference ____________________________________Mid-American President __________________________________Dr. John M. Dunn Athletic Director ______________________________Kathy Beaureard Home Field ____________________________Robert J. Bobb Stadium Capacity______________________________________________N/A Press Box ____________________________________(269) 998-8062

Location ______________________________________Villanova, Pa. Enrollment __________________________________________6,240 Colors ______________________________________Blue and White Nickname ________________________________________Wildcats Conference ________________________________________Big East President __________________________Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A Athletic Director ________________________________Vince Nicastro Home Field ______________________Villanova Ballpark at Plymouth Capacity______________________________________________750 Press Box ____________________________________________N/A

Location ______________________________________DeLand, Fla.. Enrollment __________________________________________2,492 Colors ________________________________Hunter Green and White Nickname __________________________________________Hatters Conference ____________________________________Atlantic Sun President __________________________________Dr. Wendy B. Libby Athletic Director____________________________________Jeff Altier Home Field ________________________Melching Field at Conrad Park Capacity ____________________________________________2,500 Press Box ____________________________________(386) 736-7360

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ____________________________________Randy Ford Overall Record ________________________________115-137-1 (5) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ______________________________________Joe Godri Overall Record ________________________________211-204-3 (8) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ______________________________________Pete Dunn Overall Record ______________________________1,097-688-3 (30) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ____________________________________14-35 (9-18) Conference Finish __________________________6th (West Division) Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/8 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________10/2

2009 Record ____________________________________22-28 (6-20) Conference Finish ______________________________________12th Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Position Players (returning/lost) ____________________________13/9 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________12/3

2009 Record __________________________________27-30 (16-14) Conference Finish ______________________________________5th Postseason ____________________________Atlantic Sun Tournament Final Ranking ________________________________________None Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/10 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________7/2 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________9/5

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time __________________________________K-State leads, 1-0 First Meeting ________________________________________1999 Last Meeting ________________________________________1999 Last K-State win__________________________________3/5/99 (5-3) Last K-State Home Win__________________________________None Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________1 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 1

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SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ______________________________________Kristin Keirns Office ______________________________________(269) 387-4123 Cell ________________________________________(269) 998-8062 E-Mail ______________________________kristin.keirns@wmich.edu Fax ________________________________________(269) 387-4139 Website ______________________________www.wmubroncos.com

Contact ______________________________________David Berman Office ______________________________________(610) 519-4122 Cell ________________________________________________N/A E-Mail ____________________________david.berman@villanova.edu Fax ________________________________________(610) 519-7323 Website __________________________________www.villanova.com

Contact ______________________________________Dean Watson Office ______________________________________(386) 822-8130 Cell ________________________________________(386) 747-2824 E-Mail ________________________________dwatson@stetson.edu Fax ________________________________________(386) 822-8132 Website__________________________________www.gohatters.com

NOTRE DAME

HARVARD

KENT STATE

March 6 • Melching Field • DeLand, Fla.

March 7 • Melching Field • DeLand, Fla.

March 12-14 • Tointon Stadium • Manhattan

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ____________________________________Notre Dame, Ind. Enrollment __________________________________________8,371 Colors ______________________________________Gold and Blue Nickname______________________________________Fighting Irish Conference ________________________________________Big East President ____________________________Rev. John I. Jenkens, C.S.C Athletic Director________________________________Jack Swarbrick Home Field ________________________________Frank Eck Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________2,500 Press Box ____________________________________(574) 631-9018

Location __________________________________Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment __________________________________________6,704 Colors ______________________________Crimson, Black and White Nickname ________________________________________Crimson Conference ______________________________________Ivy League President __________________________________Drew Gilpin Faust Athletic Director ______________________________Robert L. Scalise Home Field __________________________________O’Donnell Field Capacity ____________________________________________1,600 Press Box ____________________________________________N/A

Location ________________________________________Kent, Ohio Enrollment ________________________________________34,000 Colors __________________________________Navy Blue and Gold Nickname ____________________________________Golden Flashes Conference____________________________________Mid-American President __________________________________Dr. Lester A. Lefton Athletic Director________________________________Laing Kennedy Home Field ______________________________Schoonover Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________1,148 Press Box ____________________________________(419) 934-0466

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach____________________________________Dave Schrage Overall Record ________________________________573-625-1 (22) School Record ____________________________________97-72-1 (3) Record vs. KSU ________________________________________3-3

Head Coach ______________________________________Joe Walsh Overall Record ________________________________528-463-3 (28) School Record ________________________________319-296-2 (14) Record vs. KSU ________________________________________1-1

Head Coach____________________________________Scott Stricklin Overall Record __________________________________183-103 (5) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record __________________________________36-23 (15-12) Conference Finish ______________________________________5th Postseason ______________________________Big East Tournament Final Ranking __________________________________________N/A Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________16/4 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________7/2 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________12-1

2009 Record __________________________________13-28 (10-10) Conference Finish __________________________2nd (Rolfe Division) Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________22/7 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________11/3

2009 Record ____________________________________43-17 (17-9) Conference Finish __________________________________3rd (East) Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __________________________________RV (NCBWA) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/9 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/2 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________10/5

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time __________________________________K-State leads, 2-0 First Meeting ________________________________________1983 Last Meeting ________________________________________1983 Last K-State win ________________________________3/15/83 (5-3) Last K-State Home Win__________________________________None Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________2 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 2

All-Time______________________________________Series tied, 1-1 First Meeting ________________________________________2000 Last Meeting ________________________________________2000 Last K-State win ________________________________3/25/00 (3-2) Last K-State Home Win__________________________________None Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________1 Current Streak ________________________________Harvard won 1

All-Time __________________________________K-State leads, 1-0 First Meeting ________________________________________2002 Last Meeting ________________________________________2002 Last K-State win__________________________________3/1/02 (9-4) Last K-State Home Win__________________________________None Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________1 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 1

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ____________________________________Michael Bertsch Office ______________________________________(574) 631-8642 Cell ________________________________________(574) 532-4154 E-Mail ____________________________________mbertsc1@nd.edu Fax ________________________________________(574) 631-7941 Website ______________________________________www.und.com

Contact ______________________________________Kurt Svoboda Office ______________________________________(617) 495-2206 Cell ________________________________________________N/A E-Mail______________________________ksvoboda@fas.harvard.edu Fax__________________________________________________N/A Website ________________________________www.gocrimson.com

Contact ____________________________________Matthew Lofton Office ______________________________________(330) 672-2254 Cell ________________________________________(419) 934-0466 E-Mail ____________________________________mlofton@kent.edu Fax ________________________________________(330) 672-2112 Website ____________________________www.kentstatesports.com

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NON-CON OPPONENTS CREIGHTON

UW-MILWAUKEE

WICHITA STATE

March 16 • Tointon Stadium • Manhattan

March 19-21 • Tointon Stadium • Manhattan

March 30 • Manhattan | April 20 • Wichita

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ______________________________________Omaha, Neb. Enrollment __________________________________________7,385 Colors ______________________________________Blue and White Nickname ________________________________________Bluejays Conference __________________________________Missouri Valley President ____________________________Rev. John P. Schlegel, S.J. Athletic Director ____________________________Bruce Rasmussen Home Field ________________CU Sports Park and Rosenblatt Stadium Capacity ______________________________________1,000/23,100 Press Box __________________________(402) 380-1676 [Rosenblatt]

Location ____________________________________Milwaukee, Wis. Enrollment ________________________________________29,265 Colors ______________________________________Black and Gold Nickname ________________________________________Panthers Conference __________________________________Horizon League Chancellor ________________________________Dr. Carlos Santiago Athletic Director ______________________________George Koonce Home Field ________________________________Henry Aaron Field Capacity______________________________________________500 Press Box ____________________________________(414) 750-2090

Location ______________________________________Wichita, Kan. Enrollment ________________________________________14,823 Colors ____________________________________Black and Yellow Nickname ________________________________________Shockers Conference __________________________________Missouri Valley President __________________________________Dr. Donald Beggs Athletic Director __________________________________Eric Sexton Home Field ____________________________________Eck Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________7,851 Press Box ____________________________________(316) 978-3390

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ______________________________________Ed Servais Overall Record ________________________________409-206-1 (15) School Record __________________________________227-124 (6) Record vs. KSU ________________________________________5-4

Head Coach ____________________________________Scott Doffek Overall Record ____________________________________78-95 (3) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ________________________________Gene Stephenson Overall Record ______________________________1,683-577-3 (32) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ______________________________________44-15

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ____________________________________31-25 (14-9) Conference Finish ______________________________________4th Postseason ________________________________MVC Tournament Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________22/14 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________9/6

2009 Record ____________________________________28-27 (14-9) Conference Finish ______________________________________2nd Postseason ______________________________Horizon Tournament Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________20/9 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________13/4

2009 Record ____________________________________30-27 (11-7) Conference Finish ______________________________________3rd Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________20/6 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________7/2 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________13/3

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ________________________________K-State leads, 46-35-1 First Meeting ________________________________________2009 Last Meeting ________________________________________2009 Last K-State Win ________________________________3/3/09 (12-1) Last K-State Home Win____________________________3/3/09 (12-1) Longest K-State Streak ____________________________6, two times Current Streak ______________________________Creighton won 1

All-Time __________________________________K-State leads, 3-0 First Meeting ________________________________________1997 Last Meeting ________________________________________2002 Last K-State Win ________________________________3/18/02 (8-7) Last K-State Home Win____________________________3/4/97 (10-3) Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________3 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 3

All-Time ____________________________Wichita State leads, 48-28 First meeting ________________________________________1906 Last meeting ________________________________________2009 Last K-State Home Win __________________________4/14/09 (13-5) Last K-State Road Win ____________________________4/15/09 (4-3) Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________10 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 3

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ________________________________________Matt Marek Office ______________________________________(402) 280-5801 Cell ________________________________________(218) 791-8614 E-Mail ______________________________mattmarek@creighton.edu Fax ________________________________________(402) 280-2495 Website ________________________________www.gocreighton.com

Contact __________________________________________Chris Zills Office ______________________________________(414) 229-4593 Cell ________________________________________________N/A E-Mail ______________________________________czills@uwm.edu Fax ________________________________________(414) 229-6759 Website ______________________________www.uwmpanthers.com

Contact ________________________________________Tami Cutler Office ______________________________________(316) 978-5559 Cell ________________________________________(316) 655-2267 E-Mail________________________________tcutler@goshockers.com Fax ________________________________________(316) 978-3336 Website ________________________________www.goshockers.com

BRIGHAM YOUNG

CHICAGO STATE

MINNESOTA

April 13-14 • Miller Field • Provo, Utah

April 27-28 • Tointon Stadium • Manhattan

May 4-5 • Tointon Stadium • Manhattan

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________Provo, Utah Enrollment ________________________________________33,278 Colors ______________________________________Blue and White Nickname ________________________________________Cougars Conference __________________________________Mountain West President__________________________________Cecil O. Samuelson Athletic Director ________________________________Tom Holmoe Home Field ________________________________Larry H. Miller Field Capacity ____________________________________________2,300 Press Box ____________________________________(801) 378-4041

Location ________________________________________Chicago, Ill. Enrollment __________________________________________6,820 Colors ____________________________________Green and White Nickname ________________________________________Cougars Conference ______________________________________Great West President __________________________________Dr. Wayne Watson Athletic Director __________________________________Sudie Davis Home Field ____________________________________Brooks Field Capacity______________________________________________850 Press Box ____________________________________(773) 414-5961

Location __________________________________Minneapolis, Minn. Enrollment ________________________________________50,833 Colors ____________________________________Maroon and Gold Nickname __________________________________Golden Gophers Conference ________________________________________Big Ten President __________________________________Robert H. Bruininks Athletic Director __________________________________Joel Maturi Home Field ____________________________________Siebert Field Capacity ____________________________________________1,100 Press Box Phone ______________________________(612) 625-4031

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ______________________________________Vance Law Overall Record ________________________________317-263-2 (10) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________2-4

Head Coach __________________________________Michael Caston Overall Record ______________________________________3-38 (1) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach __________________________________John Anderson Overall Record ______________________________1,006-645-3 (28) School Record ________________________________________Same Record vs. KSU ________________________________________6-0

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ____________________________________30-24 (14-8) Conference Finish ______________________________________3rd Postseason ________________________Mountain West Championship Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________22/14 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________4/6 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________7/5

2009 Record __________________________________________3-38 Conference Finish ________________________________Independent Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________15/7 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________3/6

2009 Record ____________________________________40-19 (17-6) Conference Finish ______________________________________2nd Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking ______________21st (Baseball America and Rivals.com) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________20/7 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) __________________________________10/3

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time __________________________________K-State leads, 5-2 First Meeting ________________________________________1971 Last Meeting ________________________________________2009 Last K-State Win ________________________________5/5/09 (11-3) Last K-State Road Win __________________________________None Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________3 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 2

All-Time____________________________________K-State leads, 7-0 First Meeting ________________________________________1992 Last Meeting ________________________________________2007 Last K-State Win ________________________________5/2/07 (10-0) Last K-State Home Win____________________________5/2/07 (10-0) Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________7 Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 7

All-Time ________________________________Minnesota leads, 6-0 First Meeting ________________________________________1993 Last Meeting ________________________________________1994 Last K-State win ______________________________________None Last K-State home win __________________________________None Longest K-State streak ____________________________________0 Current streak ______________________________Minnesota won 6

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact________________________________________Ralph Zobell Office ______________________________________(801) 422-9769 Cell ________________________________________(801) 367-3554 E-Mail ________________________________ralph_zobell@byu.edu Fax ________________________________________(801) 422-0633 Website ________________________________www.byucougars.com

Contact ______________________________________Corey Miggins Office ______________________________________(773) 995-2217 Cell ________________________________________(773) 414-5961 E-Mail ____________________________________cmiggins@csu.edu Fax ________________________________________(773) 821-4961 Website ______________________________www.gocsucougars.com

Contact ______________________________________Steven Geller Office ______________________________________(612) 624-9396 Cell ________________________________________________N/A E-Mail __________________________________gelle014@umn.edu Fax ________________________________________(612) 625-0359 Website ______________________________www.gophersports.com

WWW.K-STATESPORTS.COM

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BIG 12 OPPONENTS OKLAHOMA STATE

TEXAS TECH

NEBRASKA

March 26 • 6:30 p.m. March 27 • 2 p.m. March 28 • 1 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan

April 1 • 6:30 p.m. April 2 • 6:30 p.m. April 3 • 12 p.m. Dan Law Field • Lubbock, Texas

April 9 • 6:30 p.m. April 10 • 2 p.m. April 11 • 1 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ____________________________________Stillwater, Okla. Founded ____________________________________________1890 Enrollment ________________________________________33,464 Colors ____________________________________Orange and Black Conference__________________________________________Big 12 President ______________________________________Burns Hargis V.P. for Athletic Programs __________________________Mike Holder Home Field____________________________Allie P. Reynolds Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________4,000 Field Dimensions ________________________________330-398-330

Location ____________________________________Lubbock, Texas Founded ____________________________________________1923 Enrollment ________________________________________30,000 Colors ____________________________________Scarlet and Black Conference__________________________________________Big 12 Chancellor ______________________________________Kent Hance Athletic Director ________________________________Gerald Myers Home Field ____________________________________Dan Law Field Capacity ____________________________________________4,466 Field Dimensions ________________________________330-398-330

Location ______________________________________Lincoln, Neb. Founded ____________________________________________1869 Enrollment ________________________________________23,573 Colors ____________________________________Scarlet and Cream Conference__________________________________________Big 12 Chancellor________________________________Harvey Perlman, J.D. Athletic Director ________________________________Tom Osborne Home Field __________________________________Haymarket Park Capacity ____________________________________________8,486 Field Dimensions ________________________________335-395-325

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach __________________________________Frank Anderson Alma Mater______________________________Emporia State ‘83 Overall Record ________________________________233-132 (6) School Record ____________________________________Same Office Phone ________________________________(405) 744-5849 Best Time To Call ________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ____________________Greg Evans and Billy Jones

Head Coach ____________________________________Dan Spencer Alma Mater ____________________________Portland State ‘90 Overall Record __________________________________25-32 (1) School Record ____________________________________Same Office Phone ________________________________(806) 742-3355 Best Time To Call __________________________________Mornings Assistant Coaches __________________Trent Petrie and Ed Gustafson

Head Coach __________________________________Mike Anderson Alma Mater __________________________Northern Colorado ‘90 Overall Record ______________________________280-144-2 (7) School Record ____________________________________Same Office Phone ________________________________(402) 472-2269 Best Time To Call______________________Weekdays, 10 a.m. to Noon Assistant Coaches ________________Dave Bingham and Eric Newman

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ____________________________________34-24 (9-16) Conference Finish ______________________________________9th Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __________________________________RV (Coaches’) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________16/12 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________8/8 Top Returning Position Players Tom Belza, Jr., IF______________________(.346 avg, 6 HR, 52 RBI) Kevin David, Jr., C ____________________(.311 avg, 6 HR, 47 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Tyler Lyons, Sr., LHP ______________(7-6, 4.07 ERA, 77 SO, 25 BB) Randy McCurry, ______________(4-1, 2.16 ERA, 10 S, 54 SO, 15 BB)

2009 Record __________________________________25-32 (12-15) Conference Finish ______________________________________7th Postseason ______________________________Big 12 Championship Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________18/13 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________7/2 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________9/7 Top Returning Position Players Joey Kenworthy, Sr., SS ________________(.335 avg, 2 HR, 31 RBI) Taylor Ashby, Sr., OF __________________(.330 avg, 1 HR, 47 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Chad Bettis, Jr., RHP ______________(6-1, 3.59 ERA, 58 SO, 30 BB) Louis Head, So., RHP ______________(1-4, 6.29 ERA, 42 SO, 24 BB)

2009 Record __________________________________25-28-1 (8-19) Conference Finish ______________________________________10th Postseason __________________________________________None Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________18/12 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________4/5 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________9/5 Top Returning Position Players Tyler Farst, Sr., 1B ____________________(.333 avg, 3 HR, 36 RBI) Adam Bailey, Sr., RF __________________(.325 avg, 12 HR, 50 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Mike Nesseth, Jr., RHP ____________(5-4, 5.01 ERA, 73 SO, 35 BB) Casey Hauptman, Jr., RHP __________(6-4, 5.60 ERA, 41 SO, 12 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time __________________________Oklahoma State leads, 148-53 K-State at Home ______________________________________35-56 K-State in Stillwater __________________________________14-87 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________2-4 Last K-State Win ________________________5/1/09 (3-2 in Stillwater) Last K-State Home Win____________________________3/30/08 (4-0) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ____________2008 (4-3, 4-9, 4-0) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series ________1974 (11-4), 8-3, 12-0) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ____________2006 (2-3, 1-2, 4-9) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series __2004 (4-12, 2-4, 2-16) Longest K-State Win Streak ______4, three times (recent: 2008-Present) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 4 Last Meeting __________K-State won, 4-3, in Stillwater, Okla. (5/1/09)

All-Time______________________________Texas Tech leads, 25-15-1 K-State at Home ______________________________________8-10 K-State in Lubbock____________________________________5-12-1 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________2-3 Last K-State Win ______________________5/10/09 (9-5 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ____________________________4/19/08 (7-4) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series __________2008 (12-4, 7-4, 4-19) Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series ____________No sweep to date Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series ____________2004 (3-8, 0-3, 2-8) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series ______2004 (3-8, 0-3, 2-8) Longest K-State Win Streak ______________4, twice (recent: 2007-08) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting ______________K-State won, 9-5, in Manhattan (5/10/09)

All-Time ______________________________Nebraska leads, 160-102 K-State at Home ______________________________________64-73 K-State in Lincoln ____________________________________37-83 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________1-4 Last K-State Win __________________________4/4/09 (5-3 in Lincoln) Last K-State Home Win __________________________3/31/06 (11-5) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series __________2002 (9-8, 6-22, 3-2) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series ____________1997 (19-9, 11-3) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series __________2008 (1-2, 4-11, 3-5) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series ____2008 (1-2, 4-11, 3-5) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________________8 (1936-40) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 3 Last Meeting __________________K-State won, 5-3, in Lincoln (4/4/09)

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ____________________________________Wade McWhorter Office ______________________________________(405) 744-7853 Cell ________________________________________(405) 612-5240 E-Mail ______________________________wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu Mailing Address________________________220 OSU Athletics Center Stillwater, OK 74078 Website __________________________________www.okstate.com Press Box Phone ______________________________(405) 744-5757

Contact ________________________________________Blayne Beal Office ________________________________(806) 742-2770 ext. 270 Cell ________________________________________(806) 742-1970 E-Mail ______________________________________blayne.beal@ttu.edu Mailing Address ______________________________P.O. Box 43021 Lubbock, Texas 79409 Website__________________________________www.texastech.com Press Box ____________________________________(806) 742-3688

Contact __________________________________Shamus McKnight Office ______________________________________(402) 471-7772 Cell ________________________________________(402) 540-0268 E-Mail __________________________________smcknight@huskers.com Mailing Address ________________________One Memorial Stadium P.O. Box 880123, Lincoln, NE 68588 Website __________________________________www.huskers.com Press Box ____________________________________(402) 434-6861

MIKE HOLDER Athletic Director

BURNS HARGIS University President

FRANK ANDERSON Head Coach

TOM BELZA Junior, IF

Allie P. Reynolds Stadium

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TYLER LYONS Senior, LHP

DAN SPENCER Head Coach

JOEY KENWORTHY Senior, IF

Dan Law Field

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

TOM OSBORNE Athletic Director

HARVEY PERLMAN Chancellor

GERALD MYERS Athletic Director

KENT HANCE Chancellor

CHAD BETTIS Junior, RHP

MIKE ANDERSON Head Coach

TYLER FARST Senior, IF

Haymarket Park

MIKE NESSETH Junior, RHP


BIG 12 OPPONENTS BAYLOR

MISSOURI

OKLAHOMA

April 16 • 6:30 p.m. April 17 • 2 p.m. April 18 • 1 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan

April 23 • 6 p.m. April 24 • 2 p.m. April 25 • 1 p.m. Taylor Stadium • Columbia, Mo

April 30 • 6:30 p.m. May 1 • 6:30 p.m. May 2 • 1 p.m. L. Dale Mitchell Park • Norman, Okla.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ______________________________________Waco, Texas Founded ____________________________________________1845 Enrollment ________________________________________14,614 Colors ______________________________________Green and Gold Conference__________________________________________Big 12 Interim President __________________________Dr. David E. Garland Athletic Director __________________________________Ian McCaw Home Field __________________________________Baylor Ballpark Capacity ____________________________________________5,000 Field Dimensions ________________________________330-400-330

Location ____________________________________Columbia, Mo. Founded ____________________________________________1839 Enrollment ________________________________________30,200 Colors____________________________________Old Gold and Black Conference__________________________________________Big 12 Chancellor __________________________________Dr. Brady Deaton Athletic Director ________________________________Michael Alden Home Field __________________________________Taylor Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________2,200 Field Dimensions ________________________________340-375-400

Location______________________________________Norman, Okla. Founded ____________________________________________1890 Enrollment ________________________________________30,092 Colors __________________________________Crimson and Cream Conference__________________________________________Big 12 President ______________________________________David Boren Athletic Director ______________________________Joe Castiglione Home Field ______________________________L. Dale Mitchell Park Capacity ____________________________________________2,700 Field Dimensions ________________________________335-411-335

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach ____________________________________Steve Smith Alma Mater __________________________________Baylor ‘86 Overall Record ____________________________552-363-1 (15) School Record ____________________________________Same Office Phone ________________________________(254) 710-3029 Best Time To Call __________________________________Mornings Assistant Coaches ____________Mitch Thompson and Steve Johnigan

Head Coach____________________________________Tim Jamieson Alma Mater ______________________________New Orleans ‘84 Overall Record ____________________________515-356-2 (15) School Record ____________________________________Same Office Phone ________________________________(573) 882-0721 Best Time To Call ________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ____________________Evan Pratte and Tony Vitello

Head Coach__________________________________Sunny Galloway Alma Mater __________________Oklahoma Christian College ‘84 Overall Record ____________________________505-254 -1(12) School Record ________________________________170-98-1 (5) Office Phone ________________________________(405) 325-8354 Best Time To Call ________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ______________________Mike Bell and Tim Tadlock

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record __________________________________30-26 (10-16) Conference Finish ______________________________________8th Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________18/10 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/5 Pitchers: (returning/lost) ________________________________10/3 Top Returning Position Players Joey Hainsfurther, So., IF________________(.322 avg, 1 HR, 28 RBI) Dan Evatt, So., 1B ____________________(.308 avg, 7 HR, 31 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Shawn Tolleson, Jr., RHP ____________(1-2, 4.50 ERA, 41 SO, 29 BB) Logan Verrett, So., RHP ____________(7-1, 5.13 ERA, 64 SO, 19 BB)

2009 Record __________________________________35-27 (16-11) Conference Finish ______________________________________3rd Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __________________________________RV (Coaches’) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/11 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________3/6 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________8/6 Top Returning Position Players Aaron Senne, Sr., OF __________________(.308 avg, 6 HR, 43 RBI) Conner Mach, So, IF __________________(.246 avg, 2 HR, 17 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Nick Tepesch, Jr., RHP ______________(6-5, 6.27 ERA, 84 SO, 28 BB) Brad Buehler, Jr., RHP ______________(1-3, 4.29 ERA, 29 SO, 16 BB)

2009 Record __________________________________43-20 (17-10) Conference Finish ______________________________________2nd Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __18th (Baseball America and Rivals.com), 19th (Coaches’) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________17/15 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________4/5 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________7/8 Top Returning Position Players Garrett Buechele, So, 3B ________________(.353 avg, 4 HR, 40 RBI) Casey Johnson, Jr., OF ________________(.307 avg, 7 HR, 44 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Ryan Duke, Jr., RHP __________(3-1, 16 S, 3.22 ERA, 43 SO, 12 BB) Michael Rocha, Jr., RHP ____________(5-3, 4.84 ERA, 41 SO, 22 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time __________________________________Baylor leads, 31-13 K-State at Home ______________________________________8-10 K-State in Waco________________________________________2-21 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________3-0 Last K-State Win ______________5/21/09 (9-4 in Oklahoma City, Okla.) Last K-State Home Win____________________________4/11/08 (6-1) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ____________2006 (4-2, 3-1, 3-2) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series __________2006 (4-2, 3-1, 3-2) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ____________2008 (6-1, 4-5, 0-3) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series __2000 (3-16, 5-7, 7-10) Longest K-State Win Streak ____________________________3 (2006) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting ______K-State won, 9-4, in Oklahoma City, Okla. (5/21/09)

All-Time ____________________________Missouri leads, 161-100-1 K-State at Home ______________________________________53-83 K-State in Columbia __________________________________44-75-1 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________3-3 Last K-State Win ____________________4/19/09 (11-5 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ____________________________5/4/08 (4-3) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series____________2004 (5-3, 6-4, 0-12) Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series ______________2002 (5-3, 10-1) Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series __________2008 (10-13, 7-11, 4-3) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series ______1998 (1-3, 7-8, 2-5) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________________11 (1925-31) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting ____________K-State won, 11-5, in Manhattan (5/19/09)

All-Time ____________________________Oklahoma leads, 178-66-1 K-State at Home ______________________________________43-79 K-State in Norman __________________________________22-89-1 K-State at Neutral Site __________________________________1-10 Last K-State Win ______________________3/20/09 (9-1 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ____________________________5/9/08 (6-4) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series ____________1971 (3-2, 1-5, 4-0) Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series ______________1928 (11-9, 3-2) Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series __________2008 (6-4, 5-10, 2-10) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series ____2004 (6-21, 2-4, 2-16) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________________5 (1913-21) Current Streak ______________________________Oklahoma won 2 Last Meeting __________Oklahoma won, 29-4, in Manhattan (3/22/09)

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ________________________________________David Kaye Office ______________________________________(254) 710-4389 Cell ________________________________________(254) 709-5147 E-Mail ____________________________________david_kaye@baylor.edu Mailing Address ______________________1500 S. University Parks Dr. Waco, TX 76706 Website ________________________________www.baylorbears.com Press Box Phone ______________________________(254) 754-5546

Contact ______________________________________Joshua Murray Office ______________________________________(573) 882-0711 Cell ________________________________________(573) 268-8606 E-Mail __________________________________murrayjos@missouri.edu Mailing Address ________________________________P.O. Box 677 Columbia, MO 65205 Website __________________________________www.mutigers.com Press Box __________________________________(573) 884-89-12

Contact________________________________________Craig Moran Office ______________________________________(405) 325-8231 Cell ________________________________________(405) 249-8264 E-Mail __________________________________________cmoran@ou.edu Mailing Address __________________180 West Brooks St., Suite 2525 Norman, OK 73019 Website ______________________________www.soonersports.com Press Box ____________________________________(405) 325-8363

IAN MCCAW Athletic Director

DR. DAVID GARLAND Interim President

STEVE SMITH Head Coach

SHAWN TOLLESON Junior, RHP

Baylor Ballpark

LOGAN VERRETT Sophomore, RHP

TIM JAMIESON Head Coach

AARON SENNE Senior, OF

Taylor Stadium

JOE CASTIGLIONE Athletic Director

DAVID BOREN President

MIKE ALDEN Athletic Director

DR. BRADY DEATON Chancellor

NICK TEPESCH Junior, RHP

SUNNY GALLOWAY Head Coach

GARRETT BUECHELE Sophomore, 3B

RYAN DUKE Junior, RHP

L. Dale Mitchell Park

WWW.K-STATESPORTS.COM

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BIG 12 OPPONENTS TEXAS

KANSAS

TEXAS A&M

May 7 • 6:30 p.m. May 8 • 2 p.m. May 9 • 1 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan

May 14 • 7 p.m. • Hoglund Ballpark • Lawrence, Kan. May 15 • 6:30 p.m. May 16 • 2 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan

May 21 • 6:35 p.m. May 22 • 2:05 p.m. May 23 • 1:05 p.m. Olsen Field • College Station, Texas

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ______________________________________Austin, Texas Founded ____________________________________________1883 Enrollment ________________________________________49,738 Colors ________________________________Burnt Orange and White Conference__________________________________________Big 12 President ________________________________William C. Powers, Jr. Athletic Director ________________________________DeLoss Dodds Home Field ______________________________UFCU Disch-Falk Field Capacity ____________________________________________6,649 Field Dimensions ________________________________340-400-325

Location ____________________________________Lawrence, Kan. Founded ____________________________________________1866 Enrollment ________________________________________31,102 Colors ____________________________________Crimson and Blue Conference__________________________________________Big 12 Chancellor ______________________________Bernadette Gray-Little Athletic Director__________________________________Lew Perkins Home Field ________________________________Hoglund Ballpark Capacity ____________________________________________2,500 Field Dimensions ________________________________330-392-330

Location ________________________________College Station, Texas Founded ____________________________________________1872 Enrollment ________________________________________48,787 Colors ____________________________________Maroon and White Conference__________________________________________Big 12 Interim President____________________________Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Athletic Director __________________________________Bill Byrne Home Field ______________________________________Olsen Field Capacity ____________________________________________7,053 Field Dimensions ________________________________330-400-330

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach __________________________________Augie Garrido Alma Mater ______________________________Fresno State ‘61 Overall Record ____________________________1,718-793-9 (41) School Record ______________________________567-269-2 (13) Office Phone ________________________________(512) 471-5732 Best Time To Call ________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches________________Tommy Harmon and Skip Johnson

Head Coach ______________________________________Ritch Price Alma Mater ______________________________Williamette ‘78 Overall Record ____________________________817-617-2 (31) School Record ______________________________242-193-1 (7) Office Phone ________________________________(785) 864-7907 Best Time To Call ________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ____________________Ryan Graves and John Szefc

Head Coach____________________________________Rob Childress Alma Mater________________________________Northwood ‘90 Overall Record ______________________________156-92-1 (4) School Record ____________________________________Same Office Phone ________________________________(979) 845-4810 Best Time To Call __________________________________Mornings Assistant Coaches ____________________Matt Deggs and Justin Seely

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ________________________________50-16-1 (17-9-1) Conference Finish ______________________________________1st Postseason ______________________________College World Series Final Ranking ________2nd (Baseball America, Rivals.com and Coaches’) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/8 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________9/2 Top Returning Position Players Kevin Keyes, Jr., OF ____________________(.305 avg, 9 HR, 46 RBI) Cameron Rupp, Jr., C ________________(.292 avg, 11 HR, 46 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Taylor Jungmann, So., RHP ________(11-3, 2.00 ERA, 101 SO, 35 BB) Chance Ruffin, Jr., RHP __________(10-2, 3.32 ERA, 115 SO, 25 BB)

2009 Record __________________________________39-24 (15-12) Conference Finish ______________________________________5th Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking __________________________________RV (Coaches’) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________19/10 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________6/3 Pitchers: (returning/lost) __________________________________8/4 Top Returning Position Players Tony Thompson, Jr., IF ________________(.389 avg, 21 HR, 82 RBI) Brian Heere, Jr., OF ____________________(.364 avg, 5 HR, 40 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Lee Ridenhour, So., RHP ____________(6-3, 4.65 ERA, 49 SO, 23 BB) T.J. Walz, Jr., RHP ________________(8-3, 4.70 ERA, 88 SO, 34 BB)

2009 Record ____________________________________37-24 (18-9) Conference Finish ______________________________________6th Postseason __________________________________NCAA Regional Final Ranking ______________________25th (NCBWA), RV (Coaches’) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ____________________________17/12 Starters (returning/lost) __________________________________5/4 Pitchers: (returning/lost) ________________________________10/7 Top Returning Position Players Brodie Greene, Sr., CF ________________(.334 avg, 11 HR, 35 RBI) Joe Patterson, Sr., DH ________________(.386 avg, 12 HR, 52 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Nick Fleece, Jr., RHP ____________(4-1, 5 SV, 3.54 ERA, 32 SO, 8 BB) Ross Hales, So., LHP ______________(6-2, 4.11 ERA, 76 SO, 22 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ________________________________Texas leads, 37-10-1 K-State at Home ______________________________________3-14 K-State in Austin ____________________________________7-20-1 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________0-3 Last K-State Win ________________________4/25/09 (5-4 in Austin) Last K-State Home Win____________________________4/26/08 (4-1) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ________1998 (11-10, 6-10, 5-3) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series ____________No Sweep to Date Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ____________2008 (5-6, 4-1, 4-7) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series __2006 (2-7, 2-10, 9-10) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________________3 (1997-98) Current Streak __________________________________Texas won 1 Last Meeting ________Texas won, 4-2, in Oklahoma City, Okla. (5/23/09)

All-Time ______________________________K-State leads, 161-160-1 K-State at Home ____________________________________94-79-1 K-State in Lawrence __________________________________61-83 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________6-1 Last K-State Win ______________5/20/09 (5-4 in Oklahoma City, Okla.) Last K-State Home/Road Win ____________5/15/09 (4-1) | 5/16/08 (5-0) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series __________2008 (5-0, 5-4, 11-10) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series ________2008 (5-0, 5-4, 11-10) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ____________2006 (5-8, 2-5, 5-4) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series ____2004 (3-5, 6-19, 4-7) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________________8 (2006-09) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting ______K-State won, 5-4, in Oklahoma City, Okla. (5/20/09)

All-Time ____________________________Texas A&M leads, 34-10-1 K-State at Home ______________________________________7-11 K-State in College Station ______________________________3-18-1 K-State at Neutral Site____________________________________0-5 Last K-State Win ______________________4/11/09 (4-3 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ____________________________5/14/04 (3-2) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series __________Not happened to date Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series ____________No sweep to date Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series __________2008 (2-7, 8-13, 4-14) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series ____2008 (2-7, 8-13, 4-14) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________2, twice (recent: 2009) Current Streak ________________________________K-State won 2 Last Meeting ______________K-State won, 4-3, in Manhattan (4/11/09)

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

Contact ______________________________________Thomas Dick Office ______________________________________(512) 471-6039 Cell ________________________________________(512) 748-9314 E-Mail____________________________thomas.dick@athletics.utexas.edu Mailing Address ________________________________P.O. Box 7399 Austin, TX 78705 Website ________________________________www.texassports.com Press Box Phone ______________________________(512) 471-1146

Contact ____________________________________Mike Cummings Office ______________________________________(785) 864-3575 Cell ________________________________________(785) 331-6307 E-Mail______________________________________________mtc@ku.edu Mailing Address ____________________1651 Naismith Dr., Room 10 Lawrence, KS 66045 Website ________________________________www.kuathletics.com Press Box ____________________________________(785) 864-4037

Contact ________________________________________Matt Simon Office ______________________________________(979) 862-5451 Cell ________________________________________(979) 255-0469 E-Mail __________________________________matts@athletics.tamu.edu Mailing Address ______________________________P.O. Box 30017 College Station, TX 77842 Website ______________________________www.aggieathletics.com Press Box ____________________________________(979) 458-3604

DELOSS DODDS Athletic Director

WILLIAM C. POWERS University President

AUGIE GARRIDO Head Coach

KEVIN KEYES Junior, OF

UFCU Disch-Falk Field

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BERNADETTE GRAY-LITTLE Chancellor

TAYLOR JUNGMANN Sophomore, RHP

RITCH PRICE Head Coach

TONY THOMPSON Junior, IF

Hoglund Ballpark

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

BILL BYRNE Athletic Director

DR. R. BOWEN LOFTIN Interim President

LEW PERKINS Athletic Director

T.J. WALZ Junior, RHP

ROB CHILDRESS Head Coach

BRODIE GREENE Senior, OF

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BIG 12 CONFERENCE BIG SIX CHAMPIONS 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943-45 1946 1947

Nebraska Kansas State/Oklahoma Missouri/Oklahoma Missouri Kansas State/Oklahoma None Oklahoma Iowa State Missouri Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma Missouri Missouri None due to World War II Oklahoma Oklahoma

BIG SEVEN CHAMPIONS 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

Nebraska Kansas Nebraska Oklahoma Missouri Oklahoma Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma Iowa State

BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Missouri Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Iowa State Iowa State Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Missouri* Missouri/Oklahoma* Missouri/Oklahoma/Oklahoma State* Missouri/Oklahoma* Nebraska/Oklahoma State/Missouri* Missouri/Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma/Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma State* Oklahoma/Oklahoma State* Missouri/Oklahoma State*

BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Texas Tech/Oklahoma* Texas A&M/Texas Tech* Texas A&M/Nebraska* Baylor/Nebraska* Nebraska* Texas* Nebraska/Texas* Texas/Oklahoma State* Baylor/Nebraska* Texas/Kansas* Texas/Texas A&M* Texas A&M/Texas* Texas*

*The Big Eight/12 has conducted a postseason tournament every year

The Big 12 Conference has established a consistent level of national honor presented for all sports in 2006-07 and was named recipient of success on the field and in the classroom as it continues its 14th sea- the prestigious 2006-07 Honda-Broderick Award as Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. She is the first athlete since the Big 12 was formed son in 2009-10. to earn the accolade. In its history, the conference has over 330 acaSince it began play in 1996-97, the Conference can boast of 35 team demic honorees, averaging more than 25 each season. crowns and over 420 individual NCAA Championships. The success continued this fall, as Oklahoma State won the NCAA men’s cross The Big 12 can boast of other stories that combine on and off the field country title. Five Big 12 volleyball teams competed in the regional success. Patience Knight (Texas Tech) was the recipient of the Honda semifinals of the NCAA Championship in the same year for the first Inspiration Award in 2008, given to an outstanding female college time and the league had a squad in the national championship match athlete who overcomes adversity to excel in her sport. She was difor the third time. The Big 12 also had a school play for the BCS Na- agnosed with a cancerous tumor in 2007, but rebounded to win Alltional Championship for the seventh season. A year earlier, the Big 12 America honors at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Track & Field added three more national titles to its ledger as Texas A&M captured Championships. crowns in men’s golf as well as men’s and women’s outdoor track & Competitive excellence, scholarship and sportsmanship are all equal field. components of the Big 12 philosophy. All-Big 12 teams and Academic The individual honors also continued in December, as Jenny Barringer All-Big 12 squads are recognized for each sport at the end of their reof Colorado earned The Bowerman Award, presented for the first time spective seasons. to the most outstanding collegiate women’s track and field athlete. She beat out two other Big 12 athletes (Destinee Hooker, UT; Porscha At the end of each academic year, the Conference honors its top male Lucas, TAMU) as the Conference had all three finalists for the honor. and female student-athletes with the Big 12 Athlete of the Year and In fact, four of six finalists came from the Big 12 as German Fernan- Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year awards. dez of Oklahoma State was among the last three choices on the men’s Institutions can also nominate student-athletes for the prestigious Dr. side. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarships at the end of each academic The Big 12 has had four Heisman Trophy winners in its 13-year history. year. A total of 225 scholars have received over 1.3 million in postIn 2008, the Big 12 established a high-water mark, as for the first time graduate financial aid through the first 13 years of the program. in the 74-year history of the Heisman Trophy four of the top five votegetters hailed from the same conference, including award-winner Sam The Big 12 sponsors 21 sports. Men’s squads include baseball, basBradford (Oklahoma). The league followed that recognition with two ketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and wrestling. Women’s teams are of the top five finalists in 2009. fielded in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, indoor track & During the past six seasons a total of 14 NCAA trophies have been field, outdoor track & field, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volhoisted by Big 12 institutions, with at least one national crown won leyball. in all but one year for the Conference, including each of the past 13 The Conference is made up of 12 institutions that have shared many seasons. traditional rivalries throughout their histories. Member schools inThe Big 12 leads all conferences with its seven appearances in BCS clude - Baylor University, University of Colorado, Iowa State University, title games. Seven league squads have played for the football national University of Kansas, Kansas State University, University of Missouri, championship in the last 10 years with berths in 17 BCS games over- University of Nebraska, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Uniall, including two each in 2007 and 2008. In the past two seasons, the versity, University of Texas, Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University. Big 12 has had 16 players earn Consensus All-America accolades. In basketball, 10 women’s and nine men’s teams have advanced to their respective Final Fours in the past eight seasons as the Big 12 continues its place among the elite intercollegiate athletic conferences. The six men’s Final Four participants since 2002 are tied for the most of any conference. Numerous national honors have been won by basketball student-athletes during the league's history. The Big 12 had a national player of the year honoree for the third straight year when Blake Griffin (Oklahoma) was the consensus winner in 200809. Courtney Paris (Oklahoma) gave the conference a consensus AllAmerica selection in women’s basketball for the ninth straight season. The Big 12 and its member institutions are committed to a competitive environment where sportsmanship and fair play take center stage. Whether on the field, in the classroom, or within the community the student-athletes, administrators, coaches and game officials of the Big 12 support the highest ideals in sportsmanship.

The institutions created a league that encompasses seven states, over 46 million people and television households in 18 of the top 100 markets within its geographic footprint. The Conference conducts championships for 20 of its 21 sports. Each championship helps to determine teams and/or individuals that will represent the Conference in national postseason competition. The winner of the Big 12 football championship game earns the league’s berth into the prestigious Bowl Championship Series. In the last several years the Big 12 has increased its bowl agreements and expanded television opportunities for all sports through contracts with ABC/ESPN and FSN. Most recently, the league renewed and expanded its multi-year arrangement with ABC/ESPN, Inc. The new contract began in 2008-09.

In its first 13 years, the Conference has distributed more than $1.1 Big 12 student-athletes also do well in garnering national academic billion to its 12 member institutions. recognition. Sarah Pavan (Nebraska) was named Academic All-America of the Year in volleyball in 2006 and 2007 by ESPN The Magazine The Big 12 staff administers to over 4,600 student-athletes in its 21 and College Sports Information Directors of America with a 4.0 grade- sports. The conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas. point average in Biochemistry. She also won the national academic

since 1976. The asterisk indicates the tournament champion.

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BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

2010 PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP May 26-30 AT&T Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City, Okla. The Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship returns to Oklahoma City's AT&T Brick- winner earning the Big 12's automatic berth into the NCAA Championship. Head-totown Ballpark for the annual eight-team championship in 2010. head competition will break ties within each bracket. In the event of more than two teams being tied for the top spot within a bracket, the highest seeded team will advance The Brick, which was opened on April 2, 1998, and seats 13,066 fans, serves as the to Sunday's winner-take-all championship game. home facility for the Class AAA Oklahoma Redhawks. The venue is hosting the 11th baseball championship in the league's 14-year tenure. CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Oklahoma City and AT&T Bricktown Ballpark will host the Phillips 66 Baseball ChampiPrevious championships have set almost annual attendance records while playing at onship through the 2011 season. The event has been contested in Oklahoma City 11 of three sites to date: All-Sports Stadium (1997) in Oklahoma City, AT&T Bricktown Ball- the last 12 years (All Sports Stadium - 1997; Bricktown Ballpark - 1998-01, '03, '05-08). park (1998-2001, '03, '05-08), and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (2002, '04). In 2002, the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship moved to the largest postseason Past championship winners include Kansas (2006), Nebraska (1999-2001, '05), Okla- venue with the exception of football and outdoor track & field in Big 12 history. Rangers homa (1997), Oklahoma State (2004) Texas (2002-03, 08-09), Texas A&M (2007) and Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, home of the American League's Texas Rangers, set a record Texas Tech (1998). with 150,196 tickets sold for 14 games. In the two years (2002, '04) at Rangers Ballpark, the tournament had 275,824 tickets sold for 27 games - an average of more than CHAMPIONSHIP FORMAT 10,000. The Big 12 introduced a two-division, pool play format for the championship in 2006. Each of the eight teams competing is guaranteed a minimum of three games. The Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship has received consistent television coverage over the years. FSN and its regional affiliates have carried each title game. Numerous other Results from the league's 27-game round-robin conference schedule will determine the games have been available via the Big 12 web site over the last two seasons. eight seeds for the Championship. Seeds 2, 3, 6 and 7 will compete in pool play on one side of the bracket, while seeds 1, 4, 5 and 8 will play in the other. The two teams with TICKET INFORMATION the best record within their bracket will advance to the Championship game, with the For ticket information, contact the Oklahoma Redhawks at (405) 218-1000.

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CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY TOURNAMENT RECORDS OVERALL: 11-21 (.344) BIG 12: 7-7 (.500) Team Baylor Colorado Iowa State Kansas Missouri Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Texas Tech Texas A&M Total

Total 3 1 4 5 2 5 1 5 3 2 1 32

W 3 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 11

L 0 1 4 1 2 4 1 3 3 1 1 21

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

First 2002 1976 1976 1976 1977 1985 1993 1985 2007 2002 2007 1976

1976 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (1-2) Game 1 – Colorado 2, Kansas State 0 May 8, 1976 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Colorado 000 100 010 2 6 0 Kansas State 000 000 000 0 4 2 WP-Howell (10-3) LP-Power (6-5) Game 2 – Kansas State 8, Kansas 3 May 9, 1976 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 100 013 120 8 12 1 Kansas 020 000 001 3 5 0 WP-Tuttle (8-3) LP-Rhodes (5-3) Game 3 – Iowa State 11, Kansas State 8 May 10, 1976 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 030 230 000 8 7 5 Iowa State 032 101 13x 11 15 0 WP-Ochsner LP-Mach (6-5) 1977 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (1-2) Game 1 – Missouri 10, Kansas State 2 May 18, 1977 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 000 002 2 7 2 Missouri 007 020 10x 10 17 0 WP-Bloemke (9-3) LP-Tuttle (5-5) Game 2 – Kansas State 10, Kansas 6 May 19, 1977 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas 013 010 100 6 8 0 Kansas State 010 621 00x 10 13 4 WP-Seitz LP-Sutcliffe SV-Mach Game 3 – Missouri 13, Kansas State 5 May 20, 1977 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 010 201 000 5 7 5 Missouri 422 011 03x 13 18 2 WP-Shockey LP-Hudson 1983 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (0-2) Game 1 – Oklahoma 6, Kansas State 2 May 11, 1983 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 010 001 2 13 2 Oklahoma 020 220 00x 6 7 0 WP-Santiago (4-3) LP-Smith (3-2) SV-Zeegers (2) Game 2 – Kansas 11, Kansas State 1 May 12, 1983 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas 102 211 040 11 18 2 Kansas State 100 000 000 1 7 3 WP-Phillips (4-3) LP-Wilkerson (5-4) 1985 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (0-2) Game 1 – Oklahoma State 10, Kansas State 4 May 15, 1985 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 200 000 101 4 11 3 Oklahoma State 302 012 20x 10 11 2 WP-Bayley (3-0) LP-Smith (7-6) Game 2 – Nebraska 11, Kansas State 4 May 16, 1985 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 102 100 000 4 7 2 Nebraska 040 020 05x 11 16 2 WP-Webb (8-3) LP-Bramlage (7-6)

Last 2009 1976 1995 2009 1977 2008 1993 2008 2009 2002 2007 2009

1990 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (0-2) Game 1 – Nebraska 7, Kansas State 5 May 16, 1990 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Nebraska 301 100 200 7 11 2 Kansas State 100 100 003 5 12 1 WP-Tegimeier (7-2) LP-Hierholzer (7-5) SV-Matranga (4) Game 2 – Iowa State 18, Kansas State 3 May 17, 1990 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 030 000 000 3 10 2 Iowa State 000 141 1(11)0 18 17 1 WP-Myers (2-5) LP-Pedersen (5-5) 1993 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (0-2) Game 1 – Oklahoma State 8, Kansas State 2 May 20, 1993 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 000 200 2 5 3 Oklahoma State 020 110 13x 8 9 1 WP-Hogue (4-0) LP-Merriman (3-8) SV-Linfante (4) Game 2 – Oklahoma 11, Kansas State 7 May 21, 1993 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 110 010 022 7 12 2 Oklahoma 024 300 11x 11 9 0 WP-Ortiz (2-1) LP-Driskill (3-7) 1995 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (2-2) Game 1 – Kansas State 8, Oklahoma State 1 May 18, 1995 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 004 100 210 8 10 0 Oklahoma State 000 000 010 1 3 1 WP-Koeman (6-2) LP-Nelson (10-4) Game 2 – Iowa State 11, Kansas State 2 May 19, 1995 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Iowa State 000 012 260 11 11 0 Kansas State 000 010 100 2 4 1 WP-Pollak (6-1) LP-Yanz (4-7) Game 3 – Kansas State 14, Kansas 11 May 20, 1995 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 110 004 602 14 13 2 Kansas 102 500 021 11 11 2 WP-Novak (6-0) LP-Barrett (1-1) SV-Albrecht (3) Game 4 – Iowa State 7, Kansas State 6 May 20, 1995 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 110 000 220 6 10 1 Iowa State 000 510 01x 7 7 0 WP-Allen LP-Walty (2-6) SV-Koenig 1996 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT (0-2) Game 1 – Oklahoma State 10, Kansas State 4 May 16, 1996 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 001 000 201 4 7 1 Oklahoma State 200 240 11x 10 8 2 WP-Graves (9-2) LP-Koeman (7-5) Game 2 – Kansas 14, Kansas State 4 May 17, 1996 - All Sports Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 100 120 4 12 3 Kansas 070 201 13x 14 15 1 WP-Belovsky (7-6) LP-Oiseth (6-4) 2002 BIG 12 TOURNAMENT (2-2) Game 1 – Texas Tech 5, Kansas State 4 May 22, 2002 - Ballpark at Arlington - Arlington, Texas R H E Kansas State 100 000 020 010 4 14 3 Texas Tech 100 000 020 011 5 11 3 WP-Rowe (9-2) LP-Walter (3-3)

Game 4 – Nebraska 8, Kansas State 7 May 25, 2002 - Ballpark at Arlington - Arlington, Texas R H E Nebraska 101 111 111 8 13 0 Kansas State 002 200 300 7 13 1 WP-Hale (3-2) LP-Walter (4-4) 2007 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (1-2) Game 1 – Texas 19, Kansas State 10 May 23, 2007 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 040 000 060 10 13 0 Texas 01(10) 000 26x 19 17 2 WP-Krebs (8-1) LP-Murray (4-3) Game 2 – Kansas State 5, Nebraska 1 May 24, 2007 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Nebraska 000 001 000 1 5 5 Kansas State 020 100 02x 5 9 1 WP-Hutt (9-4) LP-Shierk (2-7) Game 3 – Texas A&M 7, Kansas State 2 May 26, 2007 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Texas A&M 121 010 110 7 10 0 Kansas State 010 001 000 2 8 1 WP-Newmann (10-1) LP-Bayuk (5-6) 2008 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (2-2) Game 1 – Kansas State 3, Oklahoma State 2 May 21, 2008 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 200 100 000 3 9 1 Oklahoma State 000 000 110 2 8 1 WP-Hutt (7-4) LP-Blandford (4-5) Game 2 – Nebraska 5, Kansas State 2 May 23, 2008 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Nebraska 002 010 200 5 9 2 Kansas State 000 200 000 2 8 1 WP-Dorn (6-1) LP-Bayuk (1-5) Game 3 – Kansas State 3, Baylor 2 May 24, 2008 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Baylor 000 002 000 2 8 2 Kansas State 000 102 00x 3 7 2 WP-Murray (3-2) LP-Volz (3-6) CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – Texas 15, Kansas State 7 May 25, 2008 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Texas 104 403 030 15 19 0 Kansas State 010 050 001 7 11 2 WP-Wood (6-3) LP-Morris (4-4) 2009 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (2-1) Game 1 – Kansas State 5, Kansas 2 May 20, 2009 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas 000 010 300 4 15 2 Kansas State 000 003 11x 5 10 0 WP-Allen (2-1) LP-Selik (1-2) Game 2 – Kansas State 9, Baylor 4 May 21, 2009 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 200 300 211 9 11 0 Baylor 001 000 300 4 9 1 WP-Morris (13-1) LP-Kempf (4-5) Game 3 – Texas 4, Kansas State 2 May 23, 2007 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 020 000 2 6 0 Texas 000 111 01x 4 8 4 WP-Jungman (7-3) LP-Applegate (2-2)

Game 2 – Kansas State 6, Baylor 2 May 23, 2002 - Ballpark at Arlington - Arlington, Texas R H E Kansas State 010 301 100 6 10 1 Baylor 000 000 110 2 10 2 WP-Smith (6-6) LP-Taylor (8-2) Game 3 – Kansas State 7, Texas Tech 6 May 24, 2002 - Ballpark at Arlington - Arlington, Texas R H E Texas Tech 500 001 000 6 6 1 Kansas State 120 020 11x 7 12 0 WP-Walter (4-3) LP-Harbin (2-2)

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Sacramento State vs. Kansas, 4 pm Peoria Spring Training Classic; Peoria, Ariz. Washington State at Texas Tech, 4 pm Wallace Memorial Classic; Lubbock, Texas Western Kentucky vs. Texas A&M, 6 pm USC vs. Oklahoma State, 8:30 pm UCLA Tournament; Los Angeles, Calif.

FRIDAY, FEB. 19 Delaware vs. Kansas State, 11 am The Citadel Shootout; Charleston, S.C. Duke at Baylor, 1 pm Opening Weekend Classic; Waco, Texas Gonzaga vs. Missouri, 2 pm Collegiate Cactus Classic; Tucson, Ariz. Eastern Michigan at Kansas, 3 pm New Mexico at Texas, 3 pm Jacksonville State at Texas Tech, 4 pm Red Raider Classic; Lubbock, Texas Georgia at Baylor, 5 pm Opening Weekend Classic; Waco, Texas Seton Hall at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Oklahoma at San Diego State, 8 pm Nebraska at Fresno State, 8:05 pm SATURDAY, FEB. 20 E. Tennessee State vs. Kansas State, 10 am The Citadel Shootout; Charleston, S.C. Eastern Michigan at Kansas, 10 am Duke at Baylor, 1 pm Opening Weekend Classic; Waco, Texas Oklahoma Christian at Oklahoma State, 2 pm New Mexico at Texas, 2 pm Seton Hall at Texas A&M, 2:05 pm Oklahoma at San Diego State (DH), 3 pm Washington vs. Missouri, 4 pm Collegiate Cactus Classic; Tucson, Ariz. Michigan at Texas Tech, 4 pm Red Raider Classic; Lubbock, Texas Nebraska at Fresno State, 4:05 pm New Mexico State vs. Missouri, 8 pm Collegiate Cactus Classic; Tucson, Ariz. SUNDAY, FEB. 21 Michigan at Texas Tech, 11 am Red Raider Classic; Lubbock, Texas Gonzaga vs. Missouri, 12 pm Collegiate Cactus Classic; Tucson, Ariz. Eastern Michigan at Kansas, 12 pm Seton Hall at Texas A&M, 12:05 pm Kansas State at The Citadel, 12:30 pm The Citadel Shootout; Charleston, S.C. New Mexico at Texas, 1 pm Georgia at Baylor, 2 pm Opening Weekend Classic; Waco, Texas Jacksonville State at Texas Tech, 2 pm Red Raider Classic; Lubbock, Texas Oklahoma at San Diego State, 3 pm Nebraska at Fresno State, 3:05 pm MONDAY, FEB. 22 Kansas State at The Citadel, 12:30 pm Nebraska at Fresno State, 8:05 pm TUESDAY, FEB. 23 Dallas Baptist at Texas, 3 pm New Mexico at Texas Tech, 3 pm Wichita State at Kansas, 5 pm Stephen F. Austin at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm

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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24 TCU at Baylor, 3 pm

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 Villanova vs. Kansas State, 10 am C. Florida Invitational; Winter Haven, Fla. BYU at Texas A&M, 4:05 pm Louisiana Tech at Baylor, 6:30 pm

THURSDAY, FEB. 25 Bethune-Cookman at Texas Tech, 4 pm Wallace Memorial Classic; Lubbock, Texas

THURSDAY, MARCH 4 South Florida at Oklahoma, 3 pm Sooner Classic; Norman, Okla.

FRIDAY, FEB. 26 Valparaiso vs. Oklahoma, 12 pm Jacksonville Tournament; Jacksonville, Fla. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Nebraska, 1 pm Rice Tournament; Houston, Texas Florida Atlantic vs. Missouri, 2 pm Auburn Invitational; Auburn, Ala. Texas State at Baylor, 2 pm Stanford at Texas, 3 pm

FRIDAY, MARCH 5 TCU vs. Texas Tech, 12 pm Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas Northwestern vs. Oklahoma State, 12:15 pm Dairy Queen Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. Iowa at Kansas, 3 pm Western Illinois at Oklahoma, 3 pm Sooner Classic; Norman, Okla.

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Missouri vs. Houston, 3:30 pm Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas Kansas State at Stetson, 6 pm Bright House Invitational; DeLand, Fla. Oral Roberts at Baylor, 6:30 pm Winthrop at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Nebraska at UCLA, 8 pm Texas vs. Rice, 7 pm Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas SATURDAY, MARCH 6 TCU vs. Missouri, 12 pm Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas Iowa at Kansas (DH), 12 pm Oral Roberts at Baylor (DH), 1 pm Notre Dame vs. Kansas State, 2 pm Bright House Invitational; DeLand, Fla. Winthrop at Texas A&M, 2:05 pm South Florida at Oklahoma, 3 pm Sooner Classic; Norman, Okla. Houston vs. Texas, 3:30 pm Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas Nebraska at UCLA, 4 pm Oklahoma State at Minnesota, 6:35 pm Dairy Queen Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. Rice vs. Texas Tech, 7 pm Astros College Classic; Houston, Texas SUNDAY, MARCH 7 Texas vs. Missouri, 11 am Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas Loyola Marymount vs. Oklahoma State, 11 am Dairy Queen Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. Harvard vs. Kansas State, 11:30 am Bright House Invitational; DeLand, Fla. Oral Roberts at Baylor, 1 pm Iowa at Kansas, 1 pm Nebraska at UCLA, 1 pm Winthrop at Texas A&M, 1:05 pm Texas Tech at Houston, 2:30 pm Minute Maid Classic; Houston, Texas Stephen F. Austin at Oklahoma, 3 pm Sooner Classic; Norman, Okla. TUESDAY, MARCH 9 Louisiana Tech at Baylor, 4 pm Texas State at Texas, 6:05 pm Oklahoma at Dallas Baptist, 6:30 pm Gonzaga at Texas Tech, 6:30 pm Penn State at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 Nebraska-Kearney at Nebraska, 1:35 pm Tabor at Kansas, 3 pm Houston Baptist at Oklahoma, 3 pm Gonzaga at Texas Tech, 3 pm Western Illinois at Missouri, 6:30 pm Penn State at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm FRIDAY, MARCH 12 Houston Baptist at Nebraska, 1:05 pm Mississippi State vs. Oklahoma, 2 pm Whataburger Classic; Corpus Christi, Texas Kent State at Kansas State, 3 pm Massachusetts at Oklahoma State, 4 pm Xavier at Missouri, 6 pm Iowa at Texas, 6:05 pm Illinois-Chicago at Baylor, 6:30 pm Texas Tech at TCU, 6:30 pm Washington State at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Kansas at LSU, 7 pm SATURDAY, MARCH 13 Kent State at Kansas State (DH), 12 pm Iowa at Texas (DH), 12:30 pm Oklahoma at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 1 pm Whataburger Classic; Corpus Christi, Texas Massachusetts at Oklahoma State (DH), 1 pm

Kansas at LSU, 2 pm Xavier at Missouri, 2 pm Texas Tech at TCU, 2 pm Houston Baptist at Nebraska, 2:05 pm Washington State at Texas A&M, 2:05 pm Illinois-Chicago at Baylor, 3 pm SUNDAY, MARCH 14 Kent State at Kansas State, 12 pm Illinois-Chicago at Baylor, 1 pm Xavier at Missouri, 1 pm UCLA at Oklahoma, 1 pm Whataburger Classic; Corpus Christi, Texas Massachusetts at Oklahoma State, 1 pm Texas Tech at TCU, 1 pm Iowa at Texas, 1 pm Kansas at LSU, 1 pm Houston Baptist at Nebraska, 1:05 pm Washington State at Texas A&M, 1:05 pm TUESDAY, MARCH 16 Kansas at Tulane, 6 pm Creighton at Kansas State, 6:30 pm Western Illinois at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Texas at Rice, 6:30 pm Texas State at Texas Tech, 6:30 pm Centenary at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Massachusetts at Oklahoma, 7 pm WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 Kansas at Tulane, 1 pm Western Illinois at Oklahoma State, 4 pm Massachusetts at Oklahoma, 7 pm THURSDAY, MARCH 18 North Dakota State at Missouri, 6 pm FRIDAY, MARCH 19 UW-Milwaukee at Kansas State, 3 pm North Dakota State at Missouri, 6 pm Nebraska at Texas*, 6:05 pm Missouri State at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Baylor at Oklahoma*, 6:30 pm Texas Tech at Texas A&M*, 6:35 pm SATURDAY, MARCH 20 UW-Milwaukee at Kansas State (DH), 12 pm North Dakota State at Missouri (DH), 1 pm Kansas at Saint Louis, 1 pm Baylor at Oklahoma*, 2 pm Texas Tech at Texas A&M*, 2:05 pm Nebraska at Texas*, 2:05 pm Missouri State at Oklahoma State, 2:30 pm Wright State at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm SUNDAY, MARCH 21 UW-Milwaukee at Kansas State, 1 pm Baylor at Oklahoma*, 1 pm Kansas at Saint Louis, 1 pm Nebraska at Texas*, 1 pm Texas Tech at Texas A&M*, 1:05 pm Wright State at Oklahoma State, 4:30 pm TUESDAY, MARCH 23 Northern Colorado at Nebraska, 1:05 pm Creighton at Kansas, 3 pm Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Missouri, 6 pm Rice at Texas, 6:05 pm Alabama A&M at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Texas Tech, 6:30 pm Northwestern State at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Texas Tech, 12 pm Northern Colorado at Nebraska, 1:05 pm Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Missouri, 3 pm Alabama A&M at Oklahoma State, 4 pm UT-San Antonio at Baylor, 6:30 pm


COMPOSITE SCHEDULE FRIDAY, MARCH 26 Kansas at Baylor*, 6:30 pm Oklahoma State at Kansas State*, 6:30 pm Texas at Texas Tech*, 6:30 pm Oklahoma at Nebraska*, 6:35 pm Missouri at Texas A&M*, 6:35 pm SATURDAY, MARCH 27 Oklahoma State at Kansas State*, 2 pm Oklahoma at Nebraska*, 2:05 pm Missouri at Texas A&M*, 2:05 pm Kansas at Baylor*, 3 pm Texas at Texas Tech*, 5 pm SUNDAY, MARCH 28 Kansas at Baylor*, 1 pm Oklahoma State at Kansas State*, 1 pm Texas at Texas Tech*, 1 pm Oklahoma at Nebraska*, 1:05 pm Missouri at Texas A&M*, 1:05 pm TUESDAY, MARCH 30 Arkansas-Little Rock at Kansas, 6 pm Purdue at Missouri, 6 pm Texas A&M at Texas State, 6 pm Oral Roberts at Texas, 6:05 pm New Mexico State vs. Texas Tech, 6:30 pm in Midland, Texas Wichita State at Kansas State, 6:30 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm North Dakota at Nebraska, 6:35 pm Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Oklahoma, 7 pm WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 Purdue at Missouri, 1 pm North Dakota at Nebraska, 1:05 pm Missouri State at Kansas, 6 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Oklahoma, 7 pm THURSDAY, APRIL 1 Texas A&M at Kansas*, 6 pm Texas at Oklahoma*, 6:30 pm Kansas State at Texas Tech*, 6:30 pm FRIDAY, APRIL 2 Texas A&M at Kansas*, 6 pm Baylor at Missouri*, 6 pm Nebraska at Oklahoma State*, 6:30 pm Texas at Oklahoma*, 6:30 pm Kansas State at Texas Tech*, 6:30 pm SATURDAY, APRIL 3 Texas A&M at Kansas*, 12 pm Kansas State at Texas Tech*, 12 pm Baylor at Missouri*, 2 pm Nebraska at Oklahoma State*, 2 pm Texas at Oklahoma*, 2 pm SUNDAY, APRIL 4 Baylor at Missouri*, 1 pm Nebraska at Oklahoma State*, 1 pm MONDAY, APRIL 5 Texas Tech at UNLV, 9 pm TUESDAY, APRIL 6 Texas Tech at UNLV, 3 pm Southern Illinois-Edwardsville at Missouri, 6 pm Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Texas, 6:05 pm Texas State at Baylor, 6:30 pm Wichita State at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Oklahoma at Texas Christian, 6:30 pm Creighton at Nebraska, 6:35 pm UT-San Antonio at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7 Kansas at Creighton, 6 pm Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Texas, 6:05 pm Oklahoma State at Missouri State, 6:30 pm Illinois vs. Missouri, 7 pm FRIDAY, APRIL 9 Kansas at Texas*, 6:05 pm Nebraska at Kansas State*, 6:30 pm Texas Tech at Oklahoma State*, 6:30 pm Missouri at Oklahoma*, 6:30 pm Baylor at Texas A&M*, 6:35 pm SATURDAY, APRIL 10 Nebraska at Kansas State*, 2 pm Texas Tech at Oklahoma State*, 2 pm Missouri at Oklahoma*, 2 pm Kansas at Texas*, 2 pm Texas A&M at Baylor*, 6:30 pm SUNDAY, APRIL 11 Nebraska at Kansas State*, 1 pm Texas Tech at Oklahoma State*, 1 pm Missouri at Oklahoma*, 1 pm Kansas at Texas*, 1 pm Texas A&M at Baylor*, 2 pm TUESDAY, APRIL 13 Texas State at Texas, 6:05 pm Kansas at Missouri State, 6:30 pm Oklahoma at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Texas A&M at TCU, 6:30 pm Wichita State at Nebraska, 6:35 pm Kansas State at BYU, 7:30 pm WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 Kansas State at BYU, 12 pm Texas Tech at Dallas Baptist, 6:30 pm Missouri at Missouri State, 7 pm FRIDAY, APRIL 16 Oklahoma State at Missouri*, 6 pm Texas A&M at Texas*, 6:05 pm Baylor at Kansas State*, 6:30 pm Oklahoma at Texas Tech*, 6:30 pm Kansas at Nebraska*, 6:35 pm SATURDAY, APRIL 17 Baylor at Kansas State*, 2 pm Oklahoma State at Missouri*, 3 pm Kansas at Nebraska*, 4:05 pm Oklahoma at Texas Tech*, 5 pm Texas at Texas A&M*, 6:35 pm SUNDAY, APRIL 18 Baylor at Kansas State*, 1 pm Oklahoma State at Missouri*, 1 pm Oklahoma at Texas Tech*, 1 pm Kansas at Nebraska*, 1:05 pm Texas at Texas A&M*, 1:05 pm TUESDAY, APRIL 20 Alabama A&M at Texas Tech (DH), 3 pm UT-Arlington at Texas, 6:05 pm Sam Houston State at Baylor, 6:30 pm Nebraska at Creighton, 6:30 pm Rice at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Texas Christian at Oklahoma, 7 pm Kansas State at Wichita State, 7 pm WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21 Baylor at Texas State, 6:30 pm Kansas vs. Missouri, 7 pm in Kansas City, Mo. FRIDAY, APRIL 23 Kansas State at Missouri*, 6 pm Oklahoma State at Texas*, 6:05 pm

Nebraska at Baylor*, 6:30 pm Oklahoma at Texas A&M*, 6:35 pm Texas Tech at Kansas*, 7 pm SATURDAY, APRIL 24 Kansas State at Missouri*, 2 pm Oklahoma State at Texas*, 2 pm Oklahoma at Texas A&M*, 2:05 pm Nebraska at Baylor*, 3 pm Texas Tech at Kansas*, 6 pm SUNDAY, APRIL 25 Nebraska at Baylor*, 1 pm Texas Tech at Kansas*, 1 pm Kansas State at Missouri*, 1 pm Oklahoma State at Texas*, 1 pm Oklahoma at Texas A&M*, 1:05 pm TUESDAY, APRIL 27 Texas Tech at New Mexico, 2 pm Nebraska at Iowa, 6 pm UT-San Antonio at Texas, 6 pm Eastern Illinois vs. Missouri, 6:30 pm in O'Fallon, Mo. Chicago State at Kansas State, 6:30 pm UT-Arlington at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm Baylor at TCU, 6:30 pm Prairie View A&M at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Dallas Baptist at Oklahoma, 7 pm Kansas at Wichita State, 7 pm WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 Chicago State at Kansas State, 1 pm Oklahoma State at Wichita State, 7 pm FRIDAY, APRIL 30 Texas at Baylor*, 6:30 pm Kansas at Oklahoma State*, 6:30 pm Kansas State at Oklahoma*, 6:30 pm Missouri at Texas Tech*, 6:30 pm Texas A&M at Nebraska*, 6:35 pm SATURDAY, MAY 1 Kansas at Oklahoma State*, 2 pm Texas A&M at Nebraska*, 2:05 pm Baylor at Texas*, 3:30 pm Missouri at Texas Tech*, 5 pm Kansas State at Oklahoma*, 6:30 pm SUNDAY, MAY 2 Texas A&M at Nebraska*, 11:05 am Missouri at Texas Tech*, 12 pm Kansas at Oklahoma State*, 1 pm Kansas State at Oklahoma*, 1 pm Baylor at Texas*, 1 pm TUESDAY, MAY 4 Missouri State at Missouri, 6 pm Minnesota at Kansas State, 6:30 pm Texas A&M at Sam Houston State, 6:30 pm Prairie View A&M at Texas, 6:05 pm WEDNESDAY, MAY 5 Minnesota at Kansas State, 3 pm THURSDAY, MAY 6 Dallas Baptist at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm FRIDAY, MAY 7 Texas at Kansas State*, 6:30 pm Southeast Missouri State at Nebraska, 6:35 pm Dallas Baptist at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Missouri at Kansas*, 7 pm Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State*, 7:35 pm in Tulsa, Okla.

SATURDAY, MAY 8 Texas at Kansas State*, 2 pm Southeast Missouri State at Nebraska, 2:05 pm Dallas Baptist at Texas A&M, 2:05 pm Missouri at Kansas*, 6 pm Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State*, 7:05 pm in Oklahoma City, Okla. SUNDAY, MAY 9 Southeast Missouri State at Nebraska, 12:05 pm Texas at Kansas State*, 1 pm Missouri at Kansas*, 1 pm Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State*, 4:05 pm in Oklahoma City, Okla. TUESDAY, MAY 11 Texas A&M at Houston, 6:30 pm Rice at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm FRIDAY, MAY 14 Nebraska at Missouri*, 6 pm Memphis at Oklahoma, 6:30 pm Texas A&M at Oklahoma State*, 6:30 pm Baylor at Texas Tech*, 6:30 pm Kansas State at Kansas*, 7 pm SATURDAY, MAY 15 Nebraska at Missouri*, 2 pm Texas A&M at Oklahoma State*, 2 pm Kansas at Kansas State*, 6:30 pm Memphis at Oklahoma, 6:30 pm Baylor at Texas Tech*, 7 pm SUNDAY, MAY 16 Louisiana Tech at Texas, 12:30 pm Nebraska at Missouri*, 1 pm Memphis at Oklahoma, 1 pm Texas A&M at Oklahoma State*, 1 pm Baylor at Texas Tech*, 1 pm Kansas at Kansas State*, 2 pm Louisiana Tech at Texas, 2:30 pm TUESDAY, MAY 18 Texas Tech at Northern Colorado, 4 pm Kansas at Arkansas-Little Rock, 6 pm Dallas Baptist at Baylor, 6:30 pm Ark.-Pine Bluff at Oklahoma State, 6:30 pm UT-Arlington at Texas A&M, 6:35 pm Nebraska at Creighton, 7 pm Arkansas at Oklahoma, 7 pm WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Oklahoma State, 3 pm FRIDAY, MAY 21 Texas at Missouri*, 6 pm Oklahoma State at Baylor*, 6:30 pm Texas Tech at Nebraska*, 6:35 pm Kansas State at Texas A&M*, 6:35 pm Oklahoma at Kansas*, 7 pm SATURDAY, MAY 22 Texas at Missouri*, 2 pm Texas Tech at Nebraska*, 2:05 pm Kansas State at Texas A&M*, 2:05 pm Oklahoma State at Baylor*, 3 pm Oklahoma at Kansas*, 6:00 pm SUNDAY, MAY 23 Oklahoma State at Baylor*, 1 pm Oklahoma at Kansas*, 1 pm Texas at Missouri*, 1 pm Texas Tech at Nebraska*, 1:05 pm Kansas State at Texas A&M*, 1:05 pm WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY, MAY 26-30 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship AT&T Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City, Okla.

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SERIES RECORDS BIG 12 OPPONENTS Team Total H Baylor 13-31 8-10 **Colorado 33-58 19-18 **Iowa State 76-98 45-45 Kansas 161-160-1 94-79-1 Missouri 100-161-1 53-83 Nebraska 102-160 64-73 Oklahoma 66-178-1 43-79 Oklahoma State 53-148 35-56 Texas 10-37-1 3-14 Texas A&M 10-34-1 7-11 Texas Tech 15-25-1 8-10 Totals 639-1,090-6 (.370)

A 2-21 14-39 28-49 61-83 44-75-1 37-83 22-89-1 14-87 7-20-1 3-18-1 5-12-1

CONFERENCE USA (17-30) N 3-0 0-1 3-4 6-2 3-3 1-4 1-10 2-4 0-3 0-5 2-3

Last 2009 1980 2001 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Big Six/Seven/Eight Conference Record: 393-703 (.359) Big 12 Conference Record: 118-235-3 (.336)

Team Houston Memphis Rice **Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi Tulane **Tulsa

Total 2-2 3-10 1-3 3-1 3-3 0-5 5-6

H 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-1

A 2-1 2-9 1-2 3-1 3-3 0-5 0-5

N 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last 2009 1986 2009 1969 1992 1987 1974

Total 7-0 2-0 2-1

H 6-0 2-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 1-0

N 1-0 0-0 1-1

Last 2007 2009 1999

H 4-0 2-0 2-0 2-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

Last 2009 1997 1996 2002

GREAT WEST (11-1) Team Chicago State North Dakota Texas-Pan American

HORIZON LEAGUE (11-0)

NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS AMERICA EAST CONFERENCE (3-1) Team Binghamtom Stony Brook

Total 3-0 0-1

H 3-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-1

Last 2008 2003

A 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 1-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

Last 1999 2001 2002 1989 1989

A 1-0 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-1 1-0

Last 1996 2002 1996

H 2-0 0-0 3-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 1-0 4-0

Last 1989 2003 2009

H 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

N 2-0 0-1 2-1 2-0 0-0

Last 1983 2001 2007 2007 1990

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (4-5) Team Clemson Maryland Miami (Fla.) North Carolina Virginia Tech

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

H 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE (2-1) Team Jacksonville (Fla.) Lipscomb (Tenn.) North Florida

Total 1-0 0-1 1-0

H 0-0 0-0 0-0

ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE (10-0) Team Saint Louis Temple Xavier

Total 2-0 1-0 7-0

BIG EAST CONFERENCE (6-4) Team Notre Dame Rutgers Seton Hall St. John’s South Florida

Total 2-0 0-1 2-1 2-0 0-2

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE (1-0) Team Liberty

Total 1-0

H 1-0

A 0-0

N 0-0

Last 1989

H 0-0 0-0 6-6 0-0 3-0 0-3 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

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

Last 2003 1998 1999 1997 2008 1994 2009 2007 2007 2006

H 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

A 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1

Last 2008 1971 2007 1998 2009

H 0-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0

N 1-0 1-0

Last 2002 2007

BIG TEN CONFERENCE (28-20) Team Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue

Total 1-3 2-2 7-6 1-0 5-0 0-6 4-1 3-1 3-1 2-0

BIG WEST CONFERENCE (4-6) Team UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge Pacific

Total 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-2 1-1

COLONIAL ATHLETIC (2-0) Team **Drexel James Madison

Total 1-0 1-0

Team Butler Cleveland State Illinois-Chicago Wisconsin-Milwaukee

INDEPENDENTS (11-2) Team Dallas Baptist Le Moyne Northern Colorado

Total 0-1 3-1 8-0

H 0-0 3-1 8-0

A 0-1 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last 1985 2008 2005

IVY LEAGUE (1-1) Team Harvard

Total 1-1

H 0-0

A 0-0

N 1-1

Last 2000

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0

Last 1992 2009 2003 2003

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0

Last 2004 2007 2005 2001 2001 1999

A 0-0

N 0-0

Last 2000

N 1-0 1-2 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-2

Last 1988 2009 2007 1983 2005 2006 2009

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

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

Last 1999 2009 1991 2001 2001 2009 1987 2001

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Last 2000 1992 2005 2002

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

N 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

Last 1999 2006 2004 1967 2003

METRO ATLANTIC CONFERENCE (9-0) Team Manhattan (N.Y.) Niagara Rider St. Peter’s

Total 1-0 6-0 1-0 1-0

H 0-0 6-0 0-0 0-0

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE (13-2) Team Buffalo Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami-Ohio Western Michigan

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

H 3-0 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

MID-EASTERN CONFERENCE (7-1) Team **Howard (D.C.)

Total 7-1

H 7-1

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE (95-97-1) Team Bradley Creighton Illinois State Indiana State Northern Iowa Missouri State Wichita State

Total H A 1-0 0-0 0-0 46-35-1 35-16-1 10-17 4-2 3-0 1-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 4-3 1-1 2-2 11-9 5-3 4-5 28-48 17-17 11-29

Team Air Force Brigham Young **Colorado State UNLV New Mexico San Diego State Texas Christian (TCU) Utah

Total 11-3 5-2 5-2 1-1 6-7-1 1-1 3-6 1-0

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

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (7-0) Team Central Connecticut State Long Island (N.Y.) **Saint Francis (N.Y.) Wagner (N.Y.)

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

H 0-0 0-0 3-0 0-0

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE (8-6)

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

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

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

DECADE-BY-DECADE RECORD 1897-99 ................................23 ............................9-14 (.391) 1900-09................................155 ......................98-55-2 (.639) 1910-19................................114 ......................71-42-1 (.627) 1920-29................................105 ..........................66-39 (.629) 1930-39................................137 ......................76-59-2 (.562) 1940-49................................118 ..........................57-61 (.483) 1950-59................................172 ........................53-119 (.308) 1960-69................................268 ..................107-160-1 (.401) 1970-79................................445 ..................232-212-1 (.522) 1980-89................................521 ......................257-264 (.493) 1990-99................................548 ......................252-296 (.460) 2000-09................................553 ..................282-268-3 (.513) Total 3,168 1,560-1,598-10 (.494)

PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE (11-19) Team Arizona Arizona State California UCLA Oregon State Southern California Stanford Washington Washington State

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

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

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

N 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-1

Last 1993 2009 2008 2001 2000 1994 1971 2003 2008

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE (31-55-1)

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE (33-16-1)

Team Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Morehead State Murray State SE Missouri State

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Total 4-0 2-0 2-0 3-0

K-STATE VS. CONFERENCES America East ......................................................................3-1 Atlantic Coast......................................................................4-5 Atlantic Sun ........................................................................2-1 Atlantic 10 ........................................................................10-0 Big East ..............................................................................6-4 Big Eight......................................................................403-712 Big South ............................................................................1-0 Big Ten ............................................................................28-20 Big 12 ......................................................................119-237-3 Big West ..............................................................................4-6 Colonial Athletic ..................................................................2-0 Conference USA ..............................................................17-30 Great West ........................................................................11-1 Horizon..............................................................................11-0 Independents ....................................................................11-2 Ivy........................................................................................1-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic ........................................................9-0 Mid-American....................................................................13-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic ............................................................7-1 Missouri Valley ............................................................95-97-1 Mountain West ............................................................33-16-1 Non Division I/Discontinued ....................................497-130-3 Northeast ............................................................................7-0 Ohio Valley ..........................................................................8-6 Pacific-10 ........................................................................11-19 Southeastern ................................................................31-55-1 Southland ..........................................................................19-9 The Summit League ........................................................48-38 Sun Belt ..........................................................................10-23 West Coast ..........................................................................1-4 Western Athletic ................................................................11-7

Team Alabama Arkansas Florida Louisiana State Mississippi Mississippi State

Total 1-2 17-29 0-2 8-11-1 5-10 0-1

H 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

A 0-2 16-28 0-2 8-11-1 5-10 0-1

N 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last 2004 2003 1992 2001 1986 1986

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

N 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last 2008 2008 1995 1987 2005 1998 1985 2006 2009

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE (19-9) Team Central Arkansas Lamar McNeese State Nicholls State Northwestern State SE Louisiana Texas State Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio

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

H 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0


SERIES RECORDS THE SUMMIT LEAGUE (48-38) Team Centenary North Dakota State Oral Roberts South Dakota State Western Illinois

Total 3-1 8-0 20-35 9-0 8-2

H 0-0 8-0 6-6 7-0 7-2

A 3-1 0-0 13-28 2-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-0

Last 2007 2007 2006 2006 2004

A 6-7 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-4 0-2 0-0

N 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1

Last 2008 1976 2003 2003 1986 2006 1987 2003

A 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

N 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

Last 1997 2005 2008 2009

SUN BELT CONFERENCE (10-23) Team Arkansas State **Denver Florida Atlantic Florida International Louisiana Louisiana-Monroe New Orleans Troy

Total 7-10 1-1 0-2 1-2 0-1 1-4 0-2 0-1

H 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

WEST COAST CONFERENCE (1-4) Team Pepperdine Portland Santa Clara San Diego

Total 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2

H 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (11-7) Team Fresno State Hawai’i Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Sacramento State San Jose State

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

H 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

N 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 0-0

Last 1993 1970 2004 2005 2005 1989

Total H 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 4-0 4-0 31-6 30-4 6-0 6-0 11-3 11-3 37-4 35-3 2-0 2-0 4-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-2 0-0 5-0 5-0 2-0 2-0 8-5-1 6-4-1 26-7 19-6 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 35-8 34-8 16-4 10-1 26-1 26-1 16-11 15-5 1-0 1-0 4-1 4-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-0 2-0 0-2 0-2 17-2 15-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 7-2 7-2 4-0 0-0 12-2 12-2 1-0 1-0 5-1 0-0 4-0 4-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 4-2 0-0 1-0 1-0 23-3 20-3

A 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-1 7-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 6-3 0-0 1-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 5-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 2-0

N 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 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 1-0

Last 1897 1966 1970 1991 1984 1982 1992 2002 2007 1981 1991 1897 1905 1912 1915 1982 1911 1910 2002 1965 2002 1910 1917 1993 1908 1953 1998 1947 2004 1933 1995 1909 1957 1913 1954 1990 1973 1902 1903 2006 1930 1907 1910 1970 1989 1908 1957 1983 1979 1989 1983 1910 1998

Morningside (Iowa) 3-0 3-0 Nebraska-Kearney 1-0 1-0 Nebraska Wesleyan 3-0 2-0 Newman 4-0 4-0 **NE Illinois 5-1 3-0 Northwest Missouri State 8-7-1 6-5-1 Northwest Oklahoma State 3-0 3-0 Oklahoma City 2-3 0-0 Ottawa (Kan.) 8-1 7-1 Peru State (Neb.) 6-0 6-0 **Phillips (Okla.) 0-2 0-2 **Pikers 0-2 0-0 Quincy (Ill.) 2-0 2-0 Randolph (Kan.) 1-0 1-0 Regis (Colo.) 4-1 4-1 Rockhurst (Kan.) 2-1 2-0 St. Mary’s (Kan.) 16-13-1 10-4-1 St. Olaf (Minn.) 2-0 2-0 St. Paul (Minn.) 0-2 0-2 **Salina Normal (Kan.) 1-1 1-1 School of Ozarks (Ark.) 1-1 1-1 Southern Nazarene (Okla.) 3-0 3-0 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) 1-0 1-0

0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 2-2 0-0 2-3 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 6-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

1985 1982 1910 2006 1995 1983 1986 1978 1971 1994 1975 1920 1988 1906 1996 1941 1981 1985 1907 1898 1986 2002 1988

Southwestern (Kan.) Southwestern (Texas) Sterling (Kan.) **Submarine Pacific **Tarkio (Mo.) **Topeka White Sox **U.S. International Valley City (N.D.) Washburn (Kan.) Washington (Mo.) Wayne State (Neb.) William Jewell (Mo.) William Woods (Mo.) Wisconsin-River Falls York (Neb.)

4-0 4-0 3-1 0-0 4-0 4-0 0-1 0-0 8-0 8-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 32-22 29-15 1-0 1-0 15-2 15-2 5-1 5-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

1933 1963 2004 1970 1989 1909 1989 1979 2005 1914 1993 2005 2001 1983 1999

** No longer fields baseball.

Kansas State hit .333 against non-conference opponents in 2009, its best mark since 2006.

OTHERS (497-130-3) Team Abilene H.S. (Kan.) Abilene Christian (Texas) **Army (Hawaii) Augustana (Ill.) Baker (Kan.) Bellevue (Kan.) Benedictine (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Central Christian (Kan.) Central Missouri Central Oklahoma St. Chapman H.S. (Kan.) Chicago Cubs **Chillaco **Chinese Univ. (Hawaii) Concordia (Minn.) **Cooper **Cotner C.W. Post - Long Island Delta State (Miss.) Doane (Neb.) Drury (Ark.) **Emporia Normal (Kan.) Emporia State (Kan.) **Epworth **Forbes Air Base Fort Hays State **Fort Riley (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) **Haskell (Kan.) Hastings (Neb.) **Highland Park (Iowa) Hillsdale (Mich.) **Honolulu University **Hutchinson Naval Air Ithaca (N.Y.) **John Brown (Ark.) Junction City H.S. (Kan.) **Kansas City Blues (Mo.) Kansas Wesleyan **Kirksville Tech (Mo.) Leonardville H.S. (Kan.) Manhattan H.S. (Kan.) **Marines (Hawai’i) **Marymount (Va.) McPherson (Kan.) **Memphis Naval Air Metro State (Colo.) Minnesota-Morris Missouri Baptist Missouri Southern Missouri Valley Missouri Western

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BIG 12 SERIES RESULTS Won A Home Series versus ... Baylor 2006 (4-2, 3-1, 3-2) Kansas ***2008 (5-0, 5-4, 11-10) Missouri 2001 (15-4, 7-3, 10-5) Nebraska 2002 (9-8, 6-22, 3-2) Oklahoma 2001 (5-3, 5-2, 2-6) Oklahoma State 2008 (4-3, 4-9, 4-0) Texas 1998 (11-10, 6-10, 5-3) Texas A&M 2009 (2-4, 6-4, 4-3) Texas Tech 2007 (4-3, 5-16, 7-3) Won A Road Series versus ... Baylor Not happened to date Kansas **2007 (2-1, 7-4, *) Missouri 2004 (5-3, 6-4, 0-12) Nebraska 2009 (15-1, 9-3, 5-3) Oklahoma 1971 (3-2, 1-5, 4-0) Oklahoma State 2009 (5-3, 3-2) Texas 2009 (4-2, 5-4, 6-6, *) Texas A&M Not happened to date Texas Tech 2008 (12-4, 7-4, 4-19) Lost A Home Series versus ... Baylor 2008 (6-1, 4-5, 0-3) Kansas ***2006 (5-8, 2-5, 5-4) Missouri 2009 (3-4, 6-11, 11-5) Nebraska 2008 (1-2, 4-11, 3-5) Oklahoma 2009 (9-1, 11-12, 4-29) Oklahoma State 2006 (2-3, 1-2, 4-9) Texas 2008 (5-6, 4-1, 4-7) Texas A&M 2007 (2-4, 1-2, 11-6) Texas Tech 2009 (0-6, 6-12, 9-5) Lost A Road Series versus ... Baylor 2009 (7-1, 2-3, 6-7) Kansas **2009 (4-1, 3-9, 7-17) Missouri 2008 (10-13, 7-11, 4-3) Nebraska 2007 (3-4, 3-6, 8-2) Oklahoma 2008 (6-4, 5-10, 2-10) Oklahoma State 2007 (3-5, 7-1, 6-9) Texas 2007 (3-10, 3-14, 11-9) Texas A&M 2008 (2-7, 8-13, 4-14) Texas Tech 2004 (3-8, 0-3, 2-8) *Two-game series (due to weather) **The first game was played in Manhattan, but is still a road series. ***The first game was played in Lawrence, but is still a home series.

BAYLOR

Swept A Road Series versus ... Baylor Not a sweep to date Kansas **2007 (2-1, 7-4, *) Missouri 2002 (5-3, 10-1) Nebraska 2009 (15-1, 9-3, 5-3) Oklahoma *1928 (11-9, 3-2) Oklahoma State 2009 (4-2, 5-4, 6-6, *) Texas Not a sweep to date Texas A&M Not a sweep to date Texas Tech Not a sweep to date Was Swept In A Home Series versus ... Baylor 2000 (3-16, 5-7, 7-10) Kansas ***2004 (3-5, 6-19, 4-7) Missouri 2005 (1-3, 5-6, 2-3) Nebraska 2008 (1-2, 4-11, 3-5) Oklahoma 1986 (5-7, 2-4, 2-10, 22-27) Oklahoma State 2004 (4-12, 2-4, 2-16) Texas 2006 (2-7, 2-10, 9-10) Texas A&M 2003 (4-6, 7-12, 3-16) Texas Tech 1997 (6-11, 1-6, 7-12) Was Swept In A Road Series versus ... Baylor 2007 (8-9, 7-13, 3-9) Kansas *2001 (3-7, 7-8) **1994 (6-13, 4-7, 3-10) Missouri 1998 (1-3, 7-8, 2-5) Nebraska 2005 (4-5, 6-10, 1-3) Oklahoma 2004 (6-21, 2-4, 2-16) Oklahoma State 2003 (1-10, 1-11, 9-11) Texas 2003 (1-12, 1-3, 1-12) Texas A&M 2008 (2-7, 8-13, 4-14) Texas Tech 2004 (3-8, 0-3, 2-8)

3/29/09 5/21/09

BAYLOR LEADS 31-13 SERIES HISTORY 3/28/66 Baylor ........................................2-0 ..................................Waco, Texas 3/28/66 Kansas State ..............................5-0 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/22/97 Baylor ........................................9-7 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/22/97 Baylor........................................10-9 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/23/97 Baylor ........................................9-7 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/21/98 Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/21/98 Baylor........................................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/22/98 Baylor ........................................7-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 2/26/99 Baylor........................................22-6 ..................................Waco, Texas 2/27/99 Baylor ........................................7-0 ..................................Waco, Texas 2/28/99 Baylor ........................................7-6 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/12/00 Baylor........................................16-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/13/00 Baylor ........................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/14/00 Baylor........................................10-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/30/01 Baylor........................................14-0 ..................................Waco, Texas 3/31/01 Baylor ........................................8-7 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/1/01 Baylor........................................10-2 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/26/02 Kansas State..............................14-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/02 Kansas State..............................12-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/28/02 Baylor ........................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/23/02 Kansas State ..............................6-2..........................Arlington, Texas% 5/3/03 Baylor........................................11-1 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/3/03 Baylor........................................10-1 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/4/03 Baylor........................................12-2 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/1/04 Baylor ........................................8-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/1/04 Baylor ........................................8-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/2/04 Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/8/05 Baylor ........................................8-3 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/9/05 Baylor........................................11-3 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/10/05 Baylor ........................................8-4 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/19/06 Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/20/06 Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/21/06 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/18/07 Baylor ........................................9-8 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/19/07 Baylor........................................13-7 ..................................Waco, Texas 5/20/07 Baylor ........................................9-3 ..................................Waco, Texas 4/11/08 Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/12/08 Baylor ........................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/13/08 Baylor ........................................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/24/08 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.% 3/27/09 Kansas State ..............................7-1 ..................................Waco, Texas 3/28/09 Baylor ........................................3-2 ..................................Waco, Texas

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Swept A Home Series versus ... Baylor 2006 (4-2, 3-1, 3-2) Kansas ***2008 (5-0, 5-4, 11-10) Missouri 2001 (15-4, 7-3, 10-5) Nebraska *1997 (19-9, 11-3) **1993 (14-10, 19-10, 6-3) Oklahoma *1995 (7-1, 14-9) 1990 (15-13, 4-0, 10-6, 2-1) Oklahoma State 1974 (11-4, 8-3, 12-0) Texas Not a sweep to date Texas A&M Not a sweep to date Texas Tech Not a sweep to date

Baylor ........................................7-6 ..................................Waco, texas Kansas State ..............................9-4 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.%

%Big 12 Championship Total Runs Scored: Baylor 406, Kansas State 193 KSU at home: 8-10 KSU on the road: 2-21 KSU at neutral: 3-0 In Big 12 play: 10-30 Longest KSU win streak: 3 (5/19/06 to 5/21/06) Longest KSU losing streak: 11 (4/21/98 to 4/1/01) Last KSU win: 5/21/09 (9-4 in Oklahoma City) Last KSU loss: 3/29/09 (7-6 in Waco) Last KSU shutout win: 3/28/66 (5-0 in Waco) Last KSU shutout loss: 4/13/08 (3-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 28 (Baylor, 22-6, 2/26/99 in Waco) Largest Margin of Victory: 6, (7-1, 3/27/09 in Waco) Largest Margin of Defeat: 16 (22-6, 2/26/99 in Waco)

KANSAS K-STATE LEADS 161-160-1 SERIES HISTORY 1897 Kansas ......................................9-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1897 Kansas ......................................31-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1899 Kansas ......................................14-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1900 Kansas........................................9-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1991 Kansas ......................................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1991 Kansas ......................................10-1 ............................Lawrence, Kan. 1902 Kansas........................................9-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1903 Kansas State..............................19-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1903 Kansas ......................................19-1 ............................Lawrence, Kan. 1904 Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1905 Kansas........................................6-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1905 Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1906 Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1906 Kansas........................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1907 Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1907 Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1908 Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1908 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 Kansas State ..............................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 Kansas........................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 Kansas........................................4-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1911 Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 1911 Kansas ......................................15-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan.

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Kansas........................................9-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................5-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................11-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-4 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................16-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................3-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-8 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................17-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................16-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas......................................22-16 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................12-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................9-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-1 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Tied ..........................................12-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................3-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................16-14 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-4 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................3-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................2-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................8-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................12-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................9-8 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................2-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................3-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................9-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................5-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas......................................11-10 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................19-17 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................9-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................19-1 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-1 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................12-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................15-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................2-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................17-13 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................2-0 ..............................Lawrence, Kan.


BIG 12 SERIES RESULTS 4/13/62 4/14/62 4/19/63 4/19/63 4/20/63 4/10/64 4/10/64 4/11/64 5/14/65 5/14/65 5/15/65 4/15/66 4/15/66 4/16/66 5/19/67 5/19/67 4/5/68 4/5/68 4/6/68 4/11/69 4/11/69 4/12/69 4/17/70 4/18/70 4/20/71 4/20/71 5/4/71 5/7/72 5/7/72 5/12/73 5/12/73 5/13/73 4/5/74 4/5/74 4/6/74 5/10/75 5/10/75 5/11/75 4/16/76 4/16/76 5/1/76 5/1/76 5/2/76 5/8/76 4/9/77 4/9/77 4/10/77 4/10/77 5/6/77 5/6/77 5/7/77 5/7/77 5/19/77 4/7/78 4/7/78 4/8/78 4/8/78 5/6/78

Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................12-5 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................12-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................8-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................18-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................3-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................12-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................8-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................3-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-6 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-3 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Kansas........................................5-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-7 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-6 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-6 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Kansas........................................7-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-0 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................15-6 ............................Lawrence, Kan.

5/6/78 4/6/79 4/6/79 5/1/79 5/1/79 5/8/79 5/8/79 4/5/80 4/5/80 5/6/80 4/4/81 4/4/81 4/5/81 4/5/81 5/1/82 5/1/82 5/2/82 5/2/83 4/23/83 4/23/83 4/24/83 4/24/83 5/12/83 4/22/84 4/22/84 4/23/84 4/23/84 3/13/85 4/20/85 4/20/85 4/21/85 4/21/85 4/19/86 4/19/86 4/20/86 4/20/86 4/11/87 4/11/87 4/12/87 4/12/87 4/15/88 4/16/88 4/16/88 4/17/88 4/7/89 4/8/89 4/8/89 4/9/89 4/6/90 4/7/90 4/7/90 4/8/90 3/22/91 3/23/91 3/23/91 3/24/91 3/20/92 3/21/92

Kansas........................................4-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................12-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................5-0 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................8-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................13-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................13-5 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................8-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................9-7 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................15-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................16-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-1 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Kansas ......................................13-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................7-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas......................................15-13 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................18-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................21-4 ........................Endinburg, Texas$ Kansas......................................11-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................15-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-9 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-8 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................14-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-7 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ............................22-14 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................23-2 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-9 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................14-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................15-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................17-13 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan.

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Kansas........................................3-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-6 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................6-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................15-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................13-6 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................7-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................4-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................6-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ............................16-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................14-11 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Kansas ......................................24-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-9 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-8 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................14-4 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Kansas........................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-7 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ............................24-11 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-3 ................................Wichita, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-3 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................16-13 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ....................................8-7 (10) ..........................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-9 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State............................9-0 (7) ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ......................................10-5 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................19-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................7-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas......................................15-11 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................6-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................8-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas........................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-6........................Manhattan, Kan.& Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-0 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................11-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas........................................9-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ......................................17-7 ............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.%

$UT-Pan American Tournament, +Big Eight Tournament, % Big 12 Tournament, & NonConference Game Total Runs Scored: Kansas 2049, Kansas State 1927 KSU at home: 94-75-1 KSU on the road: 61-83 KSU at neutral: 6-2 KSU In Big 12 play: 23-17 Longest KSU win streak: 8 (4/23/06 to 5/15/09) Longest KSU losing streak: 9 (5/5/51 to 1953) Last KSU win: 5/20/09 (5-4 in Oklahoma City) Last KSU loss: 5/17/09 (17-7 in Lawrence) Last KSU shutout win: 5/16/08 (5-0 in Lawrence) Last KSU shutout loss: 4/23/83 (3-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 38 (Kansas, 22-16, 1931 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Victory: 21 (23-2, 4/16/88 in Lawrence) Largest Margin of Defeat: 27 (31-4,1897 in Manhattan)

MISSOURI

Rob Vaughn helped the Wildcats to a 9-4 record against Kansas in his career, including a string of eight games, the longest winning streak by K-State in the series.

MISSOURI LEADS 161-100-1 SERIES HISTORY 1907 Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1899 Missouri ....................................11-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1912 Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1912 Kansas State..............................15-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1912 Missouri ....................................7-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1913 Missouri ....................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1913 Missouri ....................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1914 Missouri ....................................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1914 Missouri ....................................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1914 Missouri ....................................9-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1914 Tied ............................................2-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1915 Kansas State..............................12-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1915 Missouri ....................................2-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1916 Missouri ....................................12-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1916 Missouri ....................................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1917 Missouri ....................................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1917 Missouri ....................................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1917 Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1917 Missouri ....................................4-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1920 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1920 Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1920 Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1923 Missouri ....................................7-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1923 Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1923 Missouri ....................................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1923 Kansas State..............................10-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1924 Missouri ....................................9-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. 1924 Kansas State..............................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Missouri ....................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1925 Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

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Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................11-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................16-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ..................................14-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................14-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................10-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-3..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................30-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................10-6..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................4-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................10-2..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................3-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................1-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................2-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................10-4..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................12-1..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................9-7 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................8-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................20-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................25-3..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................10-2..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................13-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................10-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................19-1..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................15-2..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................16-4..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................6-5 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................9-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................24-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................26-3..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................22-0..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................16-8..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................2-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................15-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................7-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................4-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................7-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................6-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................13-9..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................6-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................14-8..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................7-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................6-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................12-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-4 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................10-3..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................11-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................12-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................4-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................7-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................9-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

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Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................7-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................10-2 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Missouri ....................................13-5 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Missouri ....................................6-5 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................7-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ..................................17-15 ............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................21-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................14-3..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................10-0..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................16-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................12-6..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................13-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................15-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................17-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................11-5..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................14-8..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................12-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ..................................17-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..............................Fresno, Calif.& Missouri ....................................10-2..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................13-1..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-7 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................17-6..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................17-8..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................9-8 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................8-5 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................10-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................4-0 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................6-5 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................16-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................12-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................12-5..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ..................................12-11 ............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-6..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................12-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ..................................16-13 ............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................11-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ..................................15-14 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-1 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-7 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................5-3............................St. Joseph, Mo.^ Kansas State ..............................5-4............................St. Joseph, Mo.^ Kansas State ..............................3-2............................St. Joseph, Mo.^ Missouri ....................................6-2 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................8-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................9-6 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................15-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................10-1..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................14-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................8-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................12-0..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................9-5 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................6-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State..............................12-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................7-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ..................................13-10 ............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................11-7..............................Columbia, Mo. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..............................Columbia, Mo. Missouri ....................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Missouri ....................................11-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

+Big Eight Tournament, &Pepsi/Me-N-Ed’s Classic, ^Neutral Site

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

Total Runs Scored: Missouri 1725, Kansas State 1265 KSU at home: 53-83 KSU on the road: 44-75-1 KSU at neutral: 3-3 In Big 12 play: 16-27 Longest KSU win streak: 11 (1925-31) Longest KSU losing streak: 14 (4/20/53-4/26/58) Last KSU win: 4/19/09 (11-5 in Manhattan) Last KSU loss: 4/18/09 (11-6 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout win: 4/6/07 (12-0 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout loss: 4/7/07 (3-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 38 (Kansas State, 30-8, 1934 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Victory: 22 (30-8, 1934 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Defeat: 23 (26-3, 4/11/59 in Columbia)

NEBRASKA NEBRASKA LEADS 160-102 SERIES HISTORY 1898 Nebraska ..................................22-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1899 Nebraska ..................................10-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1901 Nebraska ..................................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1902 Nebraska ..................................15-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1903 Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1906 Nebraska ..................................10-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 Nebraska ..................................14-3 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1910 Kansas State..............................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1910 Kansas State ..............................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1910 Kansas State ..............................9-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1913 Nebraska....................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1913 Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1921 Nebraska....................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1921 Nebraska....................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1921 Kansas State ..............................7-5..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1921 Kansas State ..............................6-5..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1924 Kansas State ..............................8-5..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1924 Nebraska....................................9-8..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1924 Nebraska....................................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Nebraska....................................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1925 Nebraska ..................................10-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1925 Nebraska....................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1929 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1929 Nebraska....................................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1929 Nebraska....................................1-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1929 Nebraska....................................3-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1930 Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1930 Nebraska....................................9-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1931 Kansas State..............................20-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1931 Kansas State ..............................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1934 Kansas State..............................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1934 Nebraska....................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1934 Kansas State ..............................9-4..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1934 Kansas State..............................15-6 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1935 Kansas State..............................20-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1935 Nebraska....................................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1935 Nebraska ..................................13-2 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1935 Kansas State..............................16-3 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1936 Nebraska....................................4-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1936 Kansas State ..............................4-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1937 Kansas State ..............................9-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1937 Kansas State..............................13-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1938 Kansas State ..............................6-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1938 Kansas State ..............................7-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1939 Kansas State ..............................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1939 Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1940 Kansas State ..............................8-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1940 Nebraska ..................................11-1 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1941 Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1942 Kansas State..............................18-4 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1942 Nebraska....................................6-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1946 Nebraska ..................................11-3 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1946 Nebraska ..................................18-2 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1947 Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1947 Nebraska....................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1948 Nebraska....................................3-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1948 Nebraska....................................5-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1949 Nebraska....................................9-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1949 Kansas State..............................14-4 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 1949 Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1949 Nebraska....................................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1950 Nebraska....................................6-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1950 Kansas State ..............................7-6..................................Lincoln, Neb. 1950 Nebraska....................................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1950 Nebraska ..................................11-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/23/51 Nebraska....................................5-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/19/51 Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/19/51 Nebraska....................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/15/52 Nebraska ..................................12-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/52 Nebraska ..................................14-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/29/52 Nebraska ..................................16-0 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/30/52 Nebraska ..................................19-2 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/18/53 Nebraska....................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/19/53 Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/11/53 Nebraska....................................9-7..................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/12/53 Nebraska ..................................16-8 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/26/54 Kansas State ..............................6-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/54 Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/4/54 Nebraska ..................................12-0 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/4/54 Nebraska....................................3-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/15/55 Nebraska ..................................13-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/55 Nebraska ..................................15-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/16/55 Nebraska....................................6-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/18/55 Nebraska....................................8-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/20/56 Nebraska....................................4-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/21/56 Nebraska ..................................15-6 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/11/56 Kansas State..............................19-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/12/56 Nebraska ..................................11-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/13/57 Kansas State..............................11-4 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 4/13/57 Nebraska ..................................17-2 ................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/23/58 Nebraska....................................9-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/24/58 Nebraska ..................................10-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/24/58 Nebraska....................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/23/59 Nebraska....................................1-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/23/59 Nebraska....................................1-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. 5/8/60 Nebraska....................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/9/60 Nebraska....................................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/9/60 Nebraska ..................................14-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/19/61 Kansas State ..............................4-0..................................Lincoln, Neb.


BIG 12 SERIES RESULTS In a pair of relief appearances against Nebraska in 2009, James Allen picked up two saves, combining to allow 5 hits and strike out four batters without walking any one. Allen went on to earn Freshman All-American honors.

5/23/08 4/3/09 4/3/09 4/4/09

Nebraska....................................5-2 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State..............................15-1 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................9-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................5-3..................................Lincoln, Neb.

+Big Eight Tournament, %Big 12 Championship Total Runs Scored: Nebraska 1823, Kansas State 1413 KSU at home: 64-73 KSU on the road: 37-83 KSU at neutral: 1-4 In Big 12 play: 13-26 Longest KSU win streak: 8 (1936-40) Longest KSU losing streak: 19 (4/9/82-4/16/86) Last KSU win: 4/4/09 (5-3 in Oklahoma City) Last KSU loss: 5/23/08 (5-2 in Oklahoma City) Last KSU shutout win: 4/26/92 (10-0 in Lincoln) Last KSU shutout loss: 4/3/04 (4-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 37 (twice) Largest Margin of Victory: 17 (20-3, 1935 in Lincoln) Largest Margin of Defeat: 17 (19-2, 4/30/52 in Lincoln; 21-4, 4/11/70 in Lincoln)

OKLAHOMA

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Nebraska ..................................10-0 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................4-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................15-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................6-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................6-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................9-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ............................16-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................10-5 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................3-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................14-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................4-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................2-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................7-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................21-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................2-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................6-5..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................7-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................9-8..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-6..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska..................................14-12................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................11-1 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................5-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................6-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................15-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................3-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................8-7..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................5-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska..................................11-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................10-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................12-3 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................3-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................9-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................12-6 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................6-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................12-2 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................6-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................4-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................11-4 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla+ Nebraska....................................4-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................12-3 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................6-4..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................3-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................10-1 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................17-15 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

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Nebraska ..................................13-9 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................15-9 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................8-4..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................12-7 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................14-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................13-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................7-5..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................7-6..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................9-8..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................4-0..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................7-5 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Nebraska ..................................18-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................13-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska..................................16-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-4..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ............................11-10................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................12-2 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................10-0 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................14-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................19-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................13-9 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................6-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................14-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................15-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................4-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................7-6..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska..................................23-14................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................16-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska..................................16-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................13-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................19-6 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................14-4 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................19-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................8-7..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................18-7 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................12-5 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-4..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................12-4 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska..................................21-16................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................16-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................9-6..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................9-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................22-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................8-7..........................Arlington, Texas% Nebraska ..................................12-3 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................10-4 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................11-9 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................8-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................9-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-4..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska ..................................10-6 ................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................3-1..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State..............................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................12-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................4-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska....................................6-3..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................8-2..................................Lincoln, Neb. Kansas State ..............................5-1 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Nebraska....................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska ..................................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska....................................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

OKLAHOMA LEADS 178-66-1 SERIES HISTORY 1913 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1920 Kansas State ..............................7-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1920 Kansas State ..............................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1920 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1921 Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1922 Oklahoma..................................15-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1922 Kansas State ..............................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1922 Oklahoma ..................................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1923 Oklahoma ..................................3-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1923 Oklahoma ..................................8-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1923 Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Oklahoma ..................................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Oklahoma..................................10-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Kansas State ..............................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1924 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1925 Oklahoma ..................................5-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1925 Kansas State ..............................3-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1925 Oklahoma ..................................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1925 Oklahoma ..................................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1926 Kansas State ..............................6-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1926 Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1927 Oklahoma ..................................7-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1927 Oklahoma ..................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1928 Kansas State..............................11-9 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1928 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1929 Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1929 Oklahoma ..................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1930 Tied ............................................6-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1930 Oklahoma ..................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1929 Kansas State ..............................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1929 Oklahoma ..................................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1931 Oklahoma ..................................4-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1931 Oklahoma..................................11-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1932 Kansas State ..............................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1933 Oklahoma ..................................7-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1933 Kansas State ..............................7-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1934 Oklahoma ..................................4-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1934 Oklahoma ..................................3-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1934 Oklahoma ..................................2-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1935 Oklahoma ..................................9-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1936 Oklahoma..................................11-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1936 Oklahoma..................................10-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1938 Oklahoma ..................................2-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1938 Oklahoma ..................................9-8 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1939 Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1939 Oklahoma ..................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1940 Kansas State..............................14-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1940 Oklahoma ..................................3-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1941 Oklahoma..................................11-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1941 Oklahoma ..................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1942 Oklahoma ..................................8-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1942 Oklahoma..................................11-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1946 Oklahoma..................................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1946 Oklahoma ..................................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1947 Kansas State..............................20-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1948 Kansas State ..............................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1948 Oklahoma ..................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1949 Oklahoma ..................................8-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1949 Oklahoma ..................................5-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1950 Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1950 Oklahoma ..................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/13/51 Oklahoma..................................11-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 4/14/51 Oklahoma ..................................9-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. 5/5/52 Oklahoma ................................18-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. 1952 Oklahoma ................................24-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/54 Oklahoma ..................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/11/54 Oklahoma..................................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/30/56 Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/57 Oklahoma..................................15-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 4/27/57 Oklahoma ..................................9-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. 5/9/58 Oklahoma..................................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/58 Oklahoma ..................................8-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/58 Oklahoma ..................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/13/60 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 5/13/60 Oklahoma..................................16-7 ..............................Norman, Okla. 5/14/60 Oklahoma ..................................6-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. 5/5/61 Oklahoma ..................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/61 Oklahoma ..................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/6/61 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/6/62 Oklahoma ..................................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/6/62 Oklahoma ..................................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/7/62 Oklahoma ..................................8-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1963 Oklahoma ..................................6-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1963 Oklahoma ..................................3-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1963 Oklahoma ..................................5-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1964 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1964 Oklahoma ..................................2-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1964 Oklahoma ..................................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1965 Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1965 Kansas State ..............................1-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. 1965 Oklahoma ..................................8-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. 4/8/66 Kansas State ..............................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/8/66 Oklahoma ..................................6-4 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Oklahoma ..................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................2-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................4-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................8-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................8-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................8-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State..............................11-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State..............................10-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................1-0 ............................Riverside, Calif.$ Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................5-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................12-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................7-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................5-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................2-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................7-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................13-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-5 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.^ Oklahoma ..................................5-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................4-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................9-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................11-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................4-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................15-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................7-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................10-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................10-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................12-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................17-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................14-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................15-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ................................21-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................9-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................4-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................8-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................4-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-2 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Oklahoma ..................................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................15-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................12-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-4 ........................Endinburg, Texas% Oklahoma..................................10-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................2-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................9-8 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................12-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ................................27-22 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................16-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................13-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................7-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................11-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................8-7 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................11-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................9-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................12-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................9-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State..............................12-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................12-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ............................15-13 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................8-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................7-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................8-7 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................5-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................11-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................14-11 ............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................17-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................9-8 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................11-7....................Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ............................16-14 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................21-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................10-7 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................7-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ................................13-12 ............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ................................12-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................10-7 ................................Tulsa, Okla.^ Oklahoma ..................................5-3 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Oklahoma..................................10-1 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Oklahoma ..................................9-1 ..............................Norman, Okla.

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Oklahoma..................................24-9 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................10-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................7-2............................St. Joseph, Mo.^ Oklahoma..................................14-1 ..........................St. Joseph, Mo.^ Oklahoma..................................11-4 ..........................St. Joseph, Mo.^ Oklahoma ..................................6-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................4-1 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................11-7 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ................................15-10 ............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................6-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................11-0 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................10-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................22-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................21-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................11-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................12-3 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................10-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................16-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..................................7-6 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State..............................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................20-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................10-5 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..................................10-2 ..............................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..............................9-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ................................12-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..................................29-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

$UC Riverside National Tournament, %UT-Pan American Tournament, +Big Eight Tournament, ^Neutral Sites Total Runs Scored: Oklahoma 1747, Kansas State 1065 KSU at home: 43-79 KSU on the road: 22-89-1 KSU at neutral: 1-10 In Big 12 play: 9-30 Longest KSU win streak: 5 (1913-21) Longest KSU losing streak: 28 (4/24/82-4/8/88) Last KSU win: 3/20/09 (9-1 in Manhattan) Last KSU loss: 3/22/09 (29-4 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout win: 3/31/90 (4-0 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout loss: 5/5/02 (11-0 in Norman) Highest Scoring Game: 49 (Oklahoma, 27-22, 4/13/86 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Victory: 14 (20-6, 1947 in Norman) Largest Margin of Defeat: 25 (29-4, 2009 in Manhattan)

OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE LEADS 148-53 SERIES HISTORY 1911 Kansas State..............................13-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1920 Kansas State ..............................9-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1926 Oklahoma State ........................11-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1926 Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1927 Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1927 Kansas State ..............................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1934 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1934 Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1936 Oklahoma State ........................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1936 Kansas State..............................15-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1936 Oklahoma State ........................14-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1936 Kansas State ..............................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1937 Oklahoma State ........................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1937 Kansas State ............................12-11 ........................Manhattan, Kan. 1940 Oklahoma State ........................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1940 Oklahoma State ........................6-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1941 Oklahoma State ........................8-7 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1942 Oklahoma State ........................4-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1942 Oklahoma State ........................9-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1946 Oklahoma State ........................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1947 Oklahoma State ......................18-10 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. 1947 Kansas State ..............................6-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1948 Oklahoma State ........................9-4 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1948 Oklahoma State ........................6-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1948 Kansas State ..............................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1949 Oklahoma State ........................10-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1949 Oklahoma State ........................9-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1950 Oklahoma State ........................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1950 Oklahoma State ........................21-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/11/58 Oklahoma State ........................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/12/58 Oklahoma State ........................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/12/58 Oklahoma State ........................5-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/24/59 Oklahoma State ........................19-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/25/59 Oklahoma State ........................15-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/25/59 Oklahoma State ........................8-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/15/60 Oklahoma State ........................8-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/60 Oklahoma State ........................9-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/60 Oklahoma State ........................11-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/14/61 Oklahoma State ........................8-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/14/61 Oklahoma State ........................5-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/15/61 Oklahoma State ........................10-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1963 Oklahoma State ........................4-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1963 Oklahoma State ........................5-4 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 1963 Oklahoma State ........................6-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/16/65 Oklahoma State ........................7-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/16/65 Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/17/65 Oklahoma State ........................8-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 5/13/66 Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/13/66 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/14/66 Oklahoma State ........................9-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/26/68 Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/26/68 Kansas State ..............................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/68 Oklahoma State ........................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/16/69 Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 5/16/69 Oklahoma State ........................3-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 4/24/70 Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/24/70 Oklahoma State ........................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/25/70 Kansas State ..............................3-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/29/71 Kansas State ............................15-14 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. 3/29/71 Kansas State..............................11-7 ............................Stillwater, Okla. 3/30/71 Oklahoma State ........................20-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla.

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Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................7-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................6-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State..............................11-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................12-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................3-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................4-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................7-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................9-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................9-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-8 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................9-8 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................25-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................7-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................11-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................9-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................13-12 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................7-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................9-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................2-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................12-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................8-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................15-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................12-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................10-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................15-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................10-8 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................13-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................9-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................15-7 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................11-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................7-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................10-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................18-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................12-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................10-4 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................12-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................19-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................17-0 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................11-7 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................15-9 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................13-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................18-12 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................11-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................17-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................5-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................13-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................9-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................14-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................3-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................13-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................9-4 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................4-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................16-12 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................4-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................5-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................14-13 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................24-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................17-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................5-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................8-2 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Oklahoma State ........................12-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................6-4 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................18-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................9-4 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................8-7 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................22-10 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................8-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................14-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................8-1 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Kansas State ..............................8-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................7-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................10-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................15-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................26-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................10-4 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ Oklahoma State ......................23-12 ..........................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................10-8 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................7-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................8-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................13-4 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................13-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................15-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................15-4..........................San Diego, Calif.! Oklahoma State ........................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................15-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................14-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................11-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State..............................13-8 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State......................4-3 (10)..........................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................16-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................10-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................10-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla.


BIG 12 SERIES RESULTS 4/5/03 4/6/03 4/23/04 4/25/04 4/25/04 3/19/05 3/20/05 3/21/05 4/29/06 4/29/06 4/30/06 4/15/07 4/16/07 4/17/07 3/28/08 3/29/08 3/30/08 5/21/08 5/1/09 5/1/09

Oklahoma State ........................11-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................11-9 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................12-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................16-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................3-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................8-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................9-5 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................3-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................5-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................7-1 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ........................9-6 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ........................9-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..............................5-3 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..............................3-2 ............................Stillwater, Okla.

+Big Eight Tournament, !San Diego Baseball Showcase, % Big 12 Championship Total Runs Scored: Oklahoma State 1679, Kansas State 937 KSU at home: 35-56 KSU on the road: 14-87 KSU at neutral: 2-4 In Big 12 play: 12-24 Longest KSU win streak: 4 (three times) Longest KSU losing streak: 23 (1949-5/13/66) Last KSU win: 5/1/09 (3-2 in Stillwater) Last KSU loss: 3/29/08 (9-4 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout win: 3/30/08 (4-0 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout loss: 5/13/89 (17-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 35 (OSU, 23-12, 3/7/97 in Stillwater) Largest Margin of Victory: 12 (12-0, 4/20/74 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Defeat: 21 (26-5, 5/11/96 in Stillwater)

TEXAS TEXAS LEADS 37-10-1 SERIES HISTORY 3/8/85 Texas ..........................................4-1..................................Austin, Texas 3/8/85 Texas ........................................14-5 ................................Austin, Texas 3/9/85 Texas ..........................................9-1..................................Austin, Texas 3/9/85 Texas ........................................11-0 ................................Austin, Texas 3/14/87 Texas ........................................14-3 ................................Austin, Texas 3/15/87 Texas ........................................11-1 ................................Austin, Texas 3/15/87 Texas ........................................11-8 ................................Austin, Texas 3/21/97 Texas ........................................11-6 ................................Austin, Texas 3/22/97 Kansas State ..............................5-4..................................Austin, Texas 3/23/97 Kansas State ............................14-11................................Austin, Texas 3/20/98 Kansas State ............................11-10 ........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/21/98 Texas ........................................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/22/98 Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/13/99 Texas ..........................................8-1..................................Austin, Texas 3/13/99 Kansas State ..............................8-4..................................Austin, Texas 3/14/99 Texas ........................................12-2 ................................Austin, Texas 3/17/00 Texas ........................................14-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

3/19/00 2/23/01 2/24/01 2/25/01 4/19/02 4/21/02 4/21/02 4/25/03 4/26/03 4/27/03 4/9/04 4/10/04 4/11/04 4/1/05 4/2/05 4/3/05 4/8/06 4/8/06 4/9/06 3/23/07 3/24/07 3/25/07 5/23/07 4/25/08 4/26/08 4/27/08 5/25/08 4/24/09 4/25/09 4/26/09 5/23/09

Texas ........................................15-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................6-1..................................Austin, Texas Texas ..........................................3-0..................................Austin, Texas Texas ........................................13-3 ................................Austin, Texas Texas ..........................................6-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................8-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ........................................12-1 ................................Austin, Texas Texas ..........................................3-1..................................Austin, Texas Texas ........................................12-1 ................................Austin, Texas Texas ........................................10-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................5-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................8-0..................................Austin, Texas Texas ..........................................5-4..................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ..............................5-3..................................Austin, Texas Texas ..........................................7-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ........................................10-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ........................................10-9 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ........................................10-3 ................................Austin, Texas Texas ........................................14-3 ................................Austin, Texas Kansas State..............................11-9 ................................Austin, Texas Texas ........................................19-10 ..............Oklahoma City, Okla.% Texas ..........................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..........................................7-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ........................................15-7 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.! Kansas State ..............................4-2..................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ..............................5-4..................................Austin, Texas Tie ..............................................6-6..................................Austin, Texas Texas ..........................................4-2 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.%

% Big 12 Championship, ! Big 12 Championship Title Game Total Runs Scored: Texas 406, Kansas State 214 KSU at home: 3-14 KSU on the road: 7-20-1 KSU at neutral: 0-3 In Big 12 play: 10-28-1 Longest KSU win streak: 3 (3/22/97-3/20/98) Longest KSU losing streak: 15 (3/14/99-current) Last KSU win: 4/25/09 (5-4 in Austin) Last KSU loss: 5/23/09 (4-2 in Oklahoma City) Last KSU shutout win: None Last KSU shutout loss: 4/1/05 (8-0 in Austin) Highest Scoring Game: 29 (Texas, 19-10, 5/23/07 in Oklahoma City) Largest Margin of Victory: 4 (8-4, 3/13/99 in Austin) Largest Margin of Defeat: 12 (twice)

TEXAS A&M TEXAS A&M LEADS 34-10-1 SERIES HISTORY 3/12/85 Texas A&M ................................10-8 ........................Endinburg, Texas^ 3/9/91 Texas A&M ................................7-3....................College Station, Texas 3/12/91 Kansas State ..............................6-0....................College Station, Texas 3/12/94 Texas A&M ................................8-0....................College Station, Texas 3/14/94 Texas A&M ................................1-0....................College Station, Texas 3/28/97 Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

A.J. Morris set the Kansas State single-season wins record when the Wildcats upset No. 2 Texas in Austin, 4-2, on April 24 last season. Morris went on to win 14 games, which tied for the third-most in Big 12 history.

3/29/97 3/29/97 3/27/98 3/28/98 3/29/98 4/9/99 4/10/99 4/11/99 2/25/00 2/26/00 2/27/00 3/23/01 3/24/01 3/25/01 4/12/02 4/13/02 4/14/02 4/11/03 4/12/03 4/13/03 5/14/04 5/15/04 5/16/04 4/22/05 4/23/05 4/24/05 5/12/06 5/13/06 5/14/06 5/11/07 5/12/07 5/13/07 5/26/07 4/4/08 4/5/08 4/6/08 4/10/09 4/10/09 4/11/09

Texas A&M ................................9-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................9-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................10-2 ..................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................10-4 ..................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................9-5....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................3-0............................St. Joseph, Mo.+ Texas A&M ................................15-3 ..........................St. Joseph, Mo.+ Texas A&M ................................7-2............................St. Joseph, Mo.+ Texas A&M ................................19-5 ..................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................9-4....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................9-4....................College Station, Texas Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................1-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................10-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................7-3....................College Station, Texas Kansas State ..............................7-6....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................6-5....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................12-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................16-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................3-2....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................8-0....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................11-4 ..................College Station, Texas Kansas State ..............................5-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................6-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................8-3....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................6-3....................College Station, Texas Tie ..............................................1-1....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................2-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..............................11-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas A&M ................................7-2 ................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Texas A&M ................................7-2....................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................13-8 ..................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................14-4 ..................College Station, Texas Texas A&M ................................4-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................6-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

^Texas-Pan American Tournament, +Neutral Site, % Big 12 Championship Total Runs Scored: Texas A&M 318, Kansas State 173 KSU at home: 7-11 KSU on the road: 3-18-1 KSU at neutral: 0-5 In Big 12 play: 7-29-1 Longest KSU win streak: 2 (twice) Longest KSU losing streak: 11 (3/29/97-2/27/00) Last KSU win: 4/11/09 (4-3 in Manhattan) Last KSU loss: 4/10/09 (4-2 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout win: 3/12/91 (6-0 in College Station) Last KSU shutout loss: 5/15/04 (8-0 in College Station) Highest Scoring Game: 24 (A&M, 19-5, 2/25/00 in College Station) Largest Margin of Victory: 6 (6-0, 3/12/91 in College Station) Largest Margin of Defeat: 14 (19-5, 2/25/00 in College Station)

TEXAS TECH TEXAS TECH LEADS 25-15-1 SERIES HISTORY 3/15/93 Texas Tech ..................................3-2 ..............................Fresno, Calif.& 4/18/97 Texas Tech ................................11-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/19/97 Texas Tech ..................................6-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/20/97 Texas Tech ................................12-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/8/98 Texas Tech ................................13-6 ............................Lubbock, Texas 5/9/98 Texas Tech ..................................6-5 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 5/10/98 Texas Tech ................................18-10 ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/24/99 Kansas State ..............................9-7 ..............................Wichita, Kan.+ 4/24/99 Texas Tech ..................................9-8 ..............................Wichita, Kan.+ 4/1/00 Texas Tech ................................19-7 ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/2/00 Texas Tech ..................................9-2 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/2/00 Texas Tech ..................................9-2 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 3/16/01 Texas Tech ..................................7-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/17/01 Texas Tech ................................16-2 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/01 Kansas State ..............................8-4 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/5/02 Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/6/02 Texas Tech ................................15-0 ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/7/02 Kansas State ..............................5-1 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 5/22/02 Texas Tech ..................................5-4..........................Arlington, Texas% 5/24/02 Kansas State ..............................7-6 ........................Arlington, Texas% 4/18/03 Kansas State..............................10-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/19/03 Kansas State ..............................5-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/20/03 Texas Tech ..................................8-1 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/04 Texas Tech ..................................8-3 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/17/04 Texas Tech ..................................3-0 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/18/04 Texas Tech ..................................8-2 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/15/05 Texas Tech ................................11-7 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/05 Kansas State ..............................7-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/17/05 Kansas State ............................13-12 ........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/13/06 Texas Tech ..................................4-2 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/14/06 Kansas State..............................16-5 ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/15/06 Tie ............................................11-11 ............................Lubbock, Texas 3/30/07 Kansas State ..............................4-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3/31/07 Texas Tech ................................16-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/1/07 Kansas State ..............................7-3 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4/18/08 Kansas State..............................12-4 ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/19/08 Kansas State ..............................7-4 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/20/08 Texas Tech ................................19-4 ............................Lubbock, Texas 5/8/09 Texas Tech ..................................6-0 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/9/09 Texas Tech ................................12-6 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/09 Kansas State ..............................9-5 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

&Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic, %Big 12 Championship, +Neutral Site Total Runs Scored: Texas Tech 634, Kansas State 229 KSU at home: 8-10 KSU on the road: 5-12-1 KSU at neutral: 2-3 In Big 12 play: 15-24-1 Longest KSU win streak: 3, twice Longest KSU losing streak: 7 (3/15/93-5/10/98) Last KSU win: 5/10/09 (9-5 in Manhattan) Last KSU loss: 5/9/09 (12-6 in Manhattan) Last KSU shutout win: None Last KSU shutout loss: 5/8/09 (6-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 28 (Tech, 18-10, 5/10/98 in Lubbock) Largest Margin of Victory: 8 (12-4, 4/18/08 in Lubbock) Largest Margin of Defeat: 15, twice

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Air Force 3/25/71 ..................W 2/17/96 ..................W 2/18/96 ..................W 2/19/96 ..................W 2/22/97 ..................W 2/22/97 ..................W 2/14/98 ..................W 2/14/98 ..................L 2/15/98 ..................L 3/13/98 ..................W 3/13/98 ..................W 3/14/98 ..................L 2/20/99 ..................W 2/21/99 ..................W

KSU leads 11-3 10-5 ..............................Riverside, Calif. 15-7..................................USAFA, Colo. 16-14 ................................USAFA, Colo. 17-8..................................USAFA, Colo. 11-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5..................................USAFA, Colo. 5-15..................................USAFA, Colo. 4-5 ..................................USAFA, Colo. 14-6 ..............................El Dorado, Kan. 5-4 ..............................El Dorado, Kan. 8-9 ..............................El Dorado, Kan. 11-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Alabama 3/23/99 ..................L 3/24/99 ..................L 3/7/04 ....................W

UA leads 2-1 5-27 ............................Tuscaloosa, Ala. 8-9 ..............................Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2-1................................Shreveport, La.

Arizona 3/16/93 ..................L

UA leads 1-0 1-6 ..................................Fresno, Calif.

Arizona State 3/24/71 ..................L 3/13/07 ..................L 3/14/07 ..................L 5/6/08 ....................W 3/10/09 ..................W 3/11/09 ..................L

ASU leads 4-2 0-7 ..............................Riverside, Calif. 6-9 ....................................Tempe, Ariz. 2-6 ....................................Tempe, Ariz. 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ..................................Surprise, Ariz. 1-12 ................................Surprise, Ariz.

Arkansas 1910 ......................L 4/4/66 ....................W 4/4/66 ....................W 5/8/67 ....................W 5/8/67 ....................W 3/14/73 ..................L 3/14/73 ..................L 3/12/74 ..................W 3/12/74 ..................W 3/1/75 ....................W 3/1/75 ....................L 3/2/75 ....................L 3/2/75 ....................W 3/14/80 ..................L 3/14/80 ..................L 3/13/83 ..................L 2/22/85 ..................L 2/20/86 ..................W 3/6/87 ....................W 3/7/87 ....................L 3/5/88 ....................L 3/5/88 ....................L 4/30/89 ..................L 5/1/89 ....................W 2/17/90 ..................L 2/17/90 ..................L 2/18/90 ..................W 2/16/91 ..................W 2/16/91 ..................L 2/17/91 ..................L 2/15/92 ..................W 2/15/92 ..................L 2/16/92 ..................L 3/16/92 ..................W 2/21/93 ..................L 2/25/94 ..................L 2/26/94 ..................W 2/27/94 ..................L 2/23/96 ..................L 2/24/96 ..................L 2/25/96 ..................L 2/15/97 ..................W 3/20/01 ..................L 3/7/03 ....................W 3/9/03 ....................L 3/10/03 ..................L 3/10/03 ..................L

UA leads 29-18 3-4..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 12-3 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 6-2..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 13-2 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 3-2..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 7-9..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 2-9..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 2-1..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 2-1..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 3-0..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-6..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-11 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 5-4..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 4-8..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 3-8..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-12 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-5..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 8-7..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 3-4..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 7-12 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 7-8..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 5-9..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 4-9..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 7-2..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-2..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-5..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 5-4..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 6-0..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 2-3..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 2-3..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 18-13............................Fayetteville, Ark. 0-13 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 9-19 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 11-7 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-10 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 4-22 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 11-10............................Fayetteville, Ark. 1-4..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 6-7..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 5-9..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 3-11 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 7-6 ..............................Arlington, Texas 0-2................................Shreveport, La. 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-12 ............................Fayetteville, Ark. 3-4..............................Fayetteville, Ark. 5-18 ............................Fayetteville, Ark.

Arkansas State 4/7/53 ....................L 4/6/54 ....................W 4/7/54 ....................W 3/30/60 ..................W 3/31/60 ..................L 3/27/61 ..................L 3/28/61 ..................L 1963 ......................W 1963 ......................L 1964 ......................W 1964 ......................L 1965 ......................L 3/23/67 ..................L 3/11/85 ..................W 3/11/85 ..................W 2/18/05 ..................L 2/28/08 ..................L

ASU leads 10-7 0-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 22-3 ..............................Jonesboro, Ark. 11-2 ..............................Jonesboro, Ark. 7-4 ..............................Jonesboro, Ark. 11-19 ............................Jonesboro, Ark. 1-8 ..............................Jonesboro, Ark. 2-3 ..............................Jonesboro, Ark. 12-3......................State University, Ark. 5-6 ......................State University, Ark. 3-1 ......................State University, Ark. 5-7 ......................State University, Ark. 5-6 ......................State University, Ark. 2-3 ......................State University, Ark. 2-1 ......................State University, Ark. 2-1 ............................Endinburg, Texas 6-5 ................................Arlington, Tex. 1-2 ............................Beaumont, Texas

**Army (Hawaii) 1970 ......................L 1970 ......................W

Series tied 1-1 4-5 ............................Honolulu, Hawaii 16-8 ..........................Honolulu, Hawaii

Augustana (Ill.) 3/26/87 ..................W 3/26/87 ..................W 3/16/91 ..................W 3/16/91 ..................W

KSU leads 4-0 18-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 18-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Austin Peay 3/7/99 ....................L

APU leads 1-0 8-9 ............................Jacksonville, Fla.

Baker (Kan.) 1891 ......................W 1903 ......................W 1903 ......................W 1904 ......................W 1904 ......................L 1905 ......................L 1905 ......................L 1906 ......................W 1906 ......................W 1907 ......................L 1912 ......................W 1916 ......................L 1923 ......................W 1930 ......................W 1938 ......................W 1938 ......................W 1940 ......................W 3/24/75 ..................W 3/24/75 ..................W 3/15/77 ..................W 3/15/77 ..................W 3/29/78 ..................W 3/29/78 ..................W 3/12/79 ..................W 3/12/79 ..................W 3/8/80 ....................W 3/8/80 ....................L 3/9/81 ....................W 3/9/81 ....................W 3/15/81 ..................W 4/28/82 ..................W 3/4/83 ....................W 3/4/83 ....................W 3/2/84 ....................W 3/2/84 ....................W 3/3/84 ....................W 3/3/84 ....................W

KSU leads 31-6 16-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-10 ........................Baldwin City, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-7 ..........................Baldwin City, Kan. 4-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-8 ..........................Baldwin City, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-15............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 26-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Bellevue (Kan.) 3/11/79 ..................W 3/11/79 ..................W 3/9/80 ....................W 3/9/80 ....................W 4/4/82 ....................W 4/4/82 ....................W

KSU leads 6-0 1-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 19-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan.

Benedictine (Kan.) 3/28/79 ..................W 3/28/79 ..................W 4/4/80 ....................W 3/14/81 ..................W 3/14/81 ..................L 3/10/82 ..................W 3/10/82 ..................W 4/12/84 ..................W 4/12/84 ..................W 3/21/85 ..................L 3/21/85 ..................L 4/18/92 ..................W

KSU leads 11-3 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan.

Bethany (Kan.) 1901 ......................L 1903 ......................W 1903 ......................W 1904 ......................W 1904 ......................L 1907 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1911 ......................W 1911 ......................W 1912 ......................W 1914 ......................W 1915 ......................W 1917 ......................W 1938 ......................W 1938 ......................W 5/7/74 ....................W 5/7/74 ....................W 4/28/75 ..................L 4/28/75 ..................W 4/8/76 ....................W 4/3/78 ....................W 4/3/78 ....................L 3/13/79 ..................W 3/13/79 ..................W 3/10/80 ..................W 3/10/80 ..................W 3/16/81 ..................W 3/16/81 ..................W 4/21/82 ..................W 4/2/82 ....................W 3/8/83 ....................W 3/6/84 ....................W 3/7/84 ....................W 4/30/97 ..................W 4/30/97 ..................W 4/15/98 ..................W 4/19/99 ..................W 5/7/99 ....................W 4/11/00 ..................W 4/18/01 ..................W 4/17/02 ..................W

KSU leads 37-4 0-9 ..............................Lindsborg, Kan. 14-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 19-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-6 ..............................Lindsborg, Kan. 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ..............................Lindsborg, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 29-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-14............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 22-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 22-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 18-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-6............................Manhattan, Kan.

Binghamton 3/21/08 ..................W 3/22/08 ..................W 3/23/08 ..................W

KSU leads 3-0 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Bradley 3/25/88 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 11-9................................Springfield, Ill.

Brigham Young 3/25/71 ..................W 3/5/07 ....................W 3/6/07 ....................W 3/18/08 ..................L

7-1 5-1 6-3 1-7

KSU leads 5-2 ..............................Riverside, Calif. ............................Manhattan, Kan. ............................Manhattan, Kan. ....................................Provo, Utah

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

3/19/08 ..................L 5/4/09 ....................W 5/5/09 ....................W

5-6 ....................................Provo, Utah 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3............................Manhattan, Kan.

Central Arkansas 4/1/08 ....................W 4/2/08 ....................W

Buffalo 3/12/04 ..................W 3/12/04 ..................W 3/13/04 ..................W

KSU leads 3-0 11-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Central Christian (Kan.) KSU leads 2-0 3/8/00 ....................W 16-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/18/07 ..................W 13-7............................Manhattan, Kan.

Butler 3/13/09 3/14/09 3/14/09 3/15/09

KSU leads 4-0 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-2............................Manhattan, Kan.

..................W ..................W ..................W ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 6-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-6............................Manhattan, Kan.

Central Connecticut State KSU leads 1-0 3/23/00 ..................W 17-7 ............................Homestead, Fla. Central Michigan 3/3/96 ....................W 3/8/96 ....................L 3/16/07 ..................W 3/17/07 ..................W 3/18/07 ..................W

KSU leads 4-1 7-5 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. 3-10 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

California 5/12/01 ..................L 5/13/01 ..................L 2/22/08 ..................L

Cal leads 3-0 4-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-16 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ................................Berkeley, Calif.

UC Irvine 4/22/08 ..................L 4/23/08 ..................W

Series tied 1-1 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

UCLA 4/20/01 ..................W 4/22/01 ..................W 4/22/01 ..................W

KSU leads 3-0 8-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-12 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 11-7............................Manhattan, Kan.

UC Riverside 3/27/71 ..................L

UCR leads 1-0 3-4 ..............................Riverside, Calif.

Chicago Cubs 1905 ......................L

CUBS lead 1-0 0-13............................Manhattan, Kan.

UC Santa Barbara 3/4/07 ....................L

UCSB leads 1-0 6-8 ............................Beaumont, Texas

Chicago State 3/15/92 ..................W 3/19/97 ..................W 3/20/97 ..................W 3/28/06 ..................W 3/29/06 ..................W 5/1/07 ....................W 5/2/07 ....................W

KSU leads 7-0 17-4..............................Gainesville, Fla. 26-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 20-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Chillaco 1912 ......................W

KSU leads 1-0 4-3 ..............................Gainesville, Fla.

Cal State Northridge 4/17/98 ..................W 4/17/98 ..................L 4/18/98 ..................L 4/19/98 ..................W

Series tied 2-2 14-13 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 7-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

Centenary 3/20/01 ..................W 3/5/04 ....................W 2/17/07 ..................W 2/17/07 ..................L

KSU leads 3-1 6-2................................Shreveport, La. 11-9 ..............................Shreveport, La. 6-5................................Shreveport, La. 1-4................................Shreveport, La.

In two games against BYU last season, Nick Martini went 4-for-6 with a double, two home runs and five RBI.

Central Missouri KSU leads 4-1 1911 ......................W 5-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1913 ......................W 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/22/76 ..................L 1-2 ..........................Warrensburg, Mo. 3/22/76 ..................W 7-4 ..........................Warrensburg, Mo. 4/30/81 ..................W 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Warrensburg Normal and Central Missouri State) Central Oklahoma State KSU leads 1-0 5/1/91 ....................W 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Chinese Univ. (Hawaii) CU leads 2-0 1914 ......................L 1-7 ..............................Gainesville, Fla. 1915 ......................L 0-18 ..............................Gainesville, Fla


NON-CON SERIES RESULTS Clemson 3/19/92 ..................W 2/12/99 ..................L 2/13/99 ..................L 2/14/99 ..................L

CU leads 3-1 3-0 ..................................Fresno, Calif. 7-10 ................................Clemson, S.C. 4-19 ................................Clemson, S.C. 3-11 ................................Clemson, S.C.

Cleveland State 3/25/97 ..................W 3/26/97 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 13-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-3............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Colorado 1905 ......................W 1947 ......................W 1947 ......................W 1948 ......................L 1948 ......................W 1949 ......................W 1949 ......................W 1950 ......................L 1950 ......................L 5/10/52 ..................L 5/10/52 ..................L 1953 ......................L 1953 ......................L 5/14/54 ..................L 5/15/54 ..................W 4/22/55 ..................L 4/23/55 ..................W 5/4/56 ....................L 5/5/56 ....................L 5/17/57 ..................W 5/18/57 ..................W 5/18/57 ..................W 4/18/58 ..................L 4/19/58 ..................L 4/19/58 ..................W 4/22/60 ..................L 4/23/60 ..................L 4/23/60 ..................L 4/21/61 ..................W 4/21/61 ..................L 4/22/61 ..................L 4/20/62 ..................L 4/20/62 ..................L 4/21/62 ..................L 1963 ......................L 1963 ......................L 1963 ......................L 1964 ......................L 1964 ......................L 1964 ......................L 1965 ......................L 1965 ......................L 4/22/66 ..................W 4/22/66 ..................W 4/23/66 ..................W 4/21/67 ..................L 4/21/67 ..................W 4/22/67 ..................L 5/10/68 ..................W 5/10/68 ..................L 5/11/68 ..................L 5/2/69 ....................W 5/2/69 ....................W 5/3/69 ....................L 4/3/70 ....................W 4/3/70 ....................L 4/4/70 ....................W 4/2/71 ....................L 4/2/71 ....................L 4/3/71 ....................L 4/24/72 ..................W 4/25/72 ..................L 4/25/72 ..................L 3/30/73 ..................L 3/30/73 ..................W 3/31/73 ..................L 4/12/74 ..................L 4/12/74 ..................L 4/13/74 ..................L 4/25/75 ..................W 4/25/75 ..................L 4/26/75 ..................W 4/23/76 ..................W 4/24/76 ..................L 5/7/76 ....................L 4/15/77 ..................L 4/15/77 ..................W 4/16/77 ..................W 4/16/77 ..................W 4/14/78 ..................L 4/14/78 ..................L 4/15/78 ..................L 4/15/78 ..................W 4/27/79 ..................L 4/27/79 ..................W 4/28/79 ..................L 4/28/79 ..................L 4/25/80 ..................L 4/25/80 ..................L 4/26/80 ..................L 4/26/80 ..................W

CU leads 58-33 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4..................................Boulder, Colo. 6-4..................................Boulder, Colo. 3-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4..................................Boulder, Colo. 6-10 ................................Boulder, Colo. 6-12 ................................Boulder, Colo. 4-7..................................Boulder, Colo. 8-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-18............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-18 ................................Boulder, Colo. 14-10................................Boulder, Colo. 5-18............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9..................................Boulder, Colo. 13-14................................Boulder, Colo. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-12................................Boulder, Colo. 2-9..................................Boulder, Colo. 7-5..................................Boulder, Colo. 7-8..................................Boulder, Colo. 7-11 ................................Boulder, Colo. 11-12................................Boulder, Colo. 10-8 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 0-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6..................................Boulder, Colo. 4-5..................................Boulder, Colo. 3-7..................................Boulder, Colo. 3-9..................................Boulder, Colo. 7-14 ................................Boulder, Colo. 6-24 ................................Boulder, Colo. 4-6..................................Boulder, Colo. 5-7..................................Boulder, Colo. 1-0..................................Boulder, Colo. 11-1 ................................Boulder, Colo. 3-0..................................Boulder, Colo. 2-7..................................Boulder, Colo. 13-1 ................................Boulder, Colo. 6-8..................................Boulder, Colo. 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-8 ................................Boulder, Colo. 8-5..................................Boulder, Colo. 3-5..................................Boulder, Colo. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3..................................Boulder, Colo. 2-3..................................Boulder, Colo. 1-2..................................Boulder, Colo. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3..................................Boulder, Colo. 4-0..................................Boulder, Colo. 2-3..................................Boulder, Colo. 2-6..................................Boulder, Colo. 2-6..................................Boulder, Colo. 1-4..................................Boulder, Colo. 3-1..................................Boulder, Colo. 5-6..................................Boulder, Colo. 18-17................................Boulder, Colo. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-2 ..............................Okla. City, Okla. 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-10 ................................Boulder, Colo. 3-5..................................Boulder, Colo. 5-10 ................................Boulder, Colo. 11-5 ................................Boulder, Colo. 3-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-21 ................................Boulder, Colo. 4-14 ................................Boulder, Colo. 5-15 ................................Boulder, Colo. 9-7..................................Boulder, Colo.

**Colorado State 3/13/88 ..................W 3/14/88 ..................W 3/15/88 ..................W 3/3/90 ....................L 3/4/90 ....................W 3/3/91 ....................W 3/3/91 ....................L

KSU leads 5-2 11-3 ............................Las Cruces, N.M. 10-3 ............................Las Cruces, N.M. 7-6 ............................Las Cruces, N.M. 3-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2............................Fort Collins, Colo. 9-19 ..........................Fort Collins, Colo.

Concordia (Minn.) 3/26/82 ..................W 3/26/82 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 8-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Cooper 1911 ......................W 1911 ......................W

KSU leads 2-0 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ........................................Unknown

**Cotner 1907 ......................W 1910 ......................W 1910 ......................W

KSU leads 3-0 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ........................................Unknown 5-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Creighton 1903 ......................W 4/28/69 ..................W 4/28/69 ..................W 3/25/72 ..................W 3/25/72 ..................W 3/23/73 ..................W 3/23/73 ..................L 3/24/73 ..................L 4/17/73 ..................W 4/17/73 ..................L 3/22/74 ..................W 3/22/74 ..................W 4/2/74 ....................L 4/2/74 ....................L 3/21/75 ..................W 3/21/75 ..................L 3/22/75 ..................L 3/23/75 ..................W 3/23/75 ..................L 4/15/75 ..................W 4/15/75 ..................L 3/24/76 ..................W 3/24/76 ..................L 3/26/76 ..................W 3/26/76 ..................W 3/26/76 ..................W 3/26/76 ..................W 3/27/76 ..................W 3/27/76 ..................W 3/19/77 ..................L 4/3/77 ....................L 4/3/77 ....................W 3/17/79 ..................W 3/17/79 ..................T 3/21/80 ..................W 3/22/80 ..................L 3/22/80 ..................L 3/18/81 ..................L 3/18/81 ..................L 3/19/81 ..................W 3/19/81 ..................L 3/20/81 ..................W 3/20/81 ..................L 3/21/81 ..................W 3/21/81 ..................L 3/12/83 ..................L 4/9/85 ....................L 3/23/86 ..................W 5/11/86 ..................W 4/21/87 ..................W 3/29/88 ..................L 4/18/88 ..................W 3/25/89 ..................W 5/11/89 ..................L 4/24/90 ..................W 4/24/91 ..................L 4/24/91 ..................W 4/8/92 ....................L 3/24/93 ..................W 4/22/93 ..................L 3/15/95 ..................W 3/28/95 ..................W 2/10/96 ..................W 4/1/97 ....................W 2/25/98 ..................W 2/23/00 ..................L 4/26/00 ..................L 3/14/01 ..................L 3/28/01 ..................W 2/19/02 ..................W 4/24/02 ..................W 2/18/03 ..................W 3/25/03 ..................L 4/7/04 ....................W 4/27/04 ..................L 3/01/05 ..................L 4/11/06 ..................W 4/11/07 ..................L 3/26/08 ..................W 4/15/08 ..................L 3/3/09 ....................W 4/1/09 ....................L

KSU leads 46-35-1 10-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-0 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 0-2 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 1-3 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 4-10..................................Omaha, Neb. 11-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 3-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 3-2 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 7-10..................................Omaha, Neb. 2-3 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 9-6 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 1-8 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 13-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 3-9 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 8-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-11..................................Omaha, Neb. 13-11 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4..................................Omaha, Neb. 7-16..................................Omaha, Neb. 18-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 13-5..................................Omaha, Neb. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-12..................................Omaha, Neb. 6-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 10-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 24-9..................................Omaha, Neb. 15-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-11..................................Omaha, Neb. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 8-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ..................................Omaha, Neb. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ..................................Omaha, Neb.

C.W. Post-Long Island KSU leads 2-0 3/26/02 ..................W 11-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/27/02 ..................W 11-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. Dallas Baptist 3/7/85 ....................L

DBU leads 1-0 5-6 ..................................Dallas, Texas

Delta State (Miss.) 3/25/64 ..................W 1965 ......................L 1965 ......................L

DSU leads 2-1 8-3..............................Cleveland, Miss. 0-13 ............................Cleveland, Miss. 1-2..............................Cleveland, Miss.

**Denver 4/23/76 ..................W 4/24/76 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 3-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Doane (Neb.) 4/6/95 ....................W 4/6/95 ....................W 2/18/98 ..................W 2/4/01 ....................W 2/12/02 ..................W

KSU leads 5-0 17-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 21-8............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Drexel (Pa.) 3/19/02 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 3-2 ..............................Homestead, Fla.

Drury (Ark.) 1907 ......................W 1910 ......................W

KSU leads 2-0 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ..............................Springfield, Mo.

Eastern Illinois 2/29/04 ..................W 3/3/06 ....................W 3/4/06 ....................W 3/5/06 ....................W 3/6/06 ....................W

KSU leads 5-0 12-3....................................Monroe, La. 12-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Eastern Michigan 2/26/05 ..................W 3/11/05 ..................W 3/12/05 ..................W 3/13/05 ..................W

KSU leads 4-0 15-4 ..........................Natchitoches, La. 13-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Emporia Normal (Kan.) KSU leads 8-5-1 1906 ......................W 1-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1906 ......................T 2-2 ................................Emporia, Kan. 1907 ......................W 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 ......................W 4-1 ................................Emporia, Kan. 1908 ......................W 10-4 ................................Emporia, Kan. 1912 ......................W 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1913 ......................L 8-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 1914 ......................L 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1916 ......................W 5-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1917 ......................W 8-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Emporia State (Kan.) KSU leads 26-7 1906 ......................W 13-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 ......................W 16-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 ......................W 8-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 ......................W 8-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1908 ......................W 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1910 ......................W 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1912 ......................W 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1913 ......................W 19-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 1932 ......................W 7-1 ................................Emporia, Kan. 1932 ......................W 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/66 ..................W 5-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/66 ..................W 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/25/67 ..................L 1-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/26/67 ..................W 8-3 ................................Emporia, Kan. 4/29/74 ..................W 2-0 ................................Emporia, Kan. 4/29/74 ..................W 6-1 ................................Emporia, Kan. 4/26/77 ..................L 0-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/26/77 ..................L 4-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/3/78 ....................W 10-6 ................................Emporia, Kan. 5/3/78 ....................W 8-6 ................................Emporia, Kan. 5/4/78 ....................L 2-8 ................................Emporia, Kan. 5/4/78 ....................W 11-1 ................................Emporia, Kan. 4/22/80 ..................L 1-15............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/81 ....................W 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/81 ....................W 5-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/21/82 ..................L 4-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/21/82 ..................W 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/31/88 ..................W 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/10/89 ..................W 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/3/90 ....................W 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/3/90 ....................W 10-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/30/91 ..................L 8-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/7/93 ....................W 21-6............................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Kansas State Normal and College of Emporia) **Epworth 1908 ......................W

KSU leads 1-0 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Florida 3/11/92 ..................L 3/11/92 ..................L

UF leads 2-0 4-10..............................Gainesville, Fla. 4-6 ..............................Gainesville, Fla.

Florida Atlantic 3/16/02 ..................L 3/18/03 ..................L

FAU leads 2-0 4-8..............................Boca Raton, Fla. 2-6..............................Boca Raton, Fla.

Florida International 2/24/02 ..................L 3/17/02 ..................L 3/16/03 ..................W

FIU leads 2-1 3-9 ..............................Homestead, Fla. 10-16....................................Miami, Fla. 17-5 ....................................Miami, Fla.

**Forbes Air Base 1952 ......................W 1953 ......................W

KSU leads 2-0 13-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-7............................Manhattan, Kan.

Fort Hays State (Kan.) 1910 ......................W 3/26/73 ..................W 3/26/73 ..................L 4/23/73 ..................L 4/23/73 ..................W 4/24/74 ..................W 4/24/74 ..................W 3/18/75 ..................W 3/18/75 ..................L 3/18/75 ..................W 4/8/75 ....................W 4/8/75 ....................L 4/9/76 ....................W 4/8/77 ....................W 4/8/77 ....................W 3/23/80 ..................W 3/23/81 ..................W 3/23/81 ..................W 3/24/81 ..................W 3/24/81 ..................W 3/17/82 ..................W 3/17/82 ..................W 3/18/82 ..................L 3/18/82 ..................W 3/30/83 ..................W 3/30/83 ..................L 3/20/85 ..................W 3/20/85 ..................W

KSU leads 35-8 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2......................................Hays, Kan. 12-11 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

3/21/86 ..................L 0-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/21/86 ..................W 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/7/87 ....................W 10-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/7/87 ....................W 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/10/88 ..................W 15-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/10/88 ..................W 16-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/29/89 ..................W 19-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/29/89 ..................W 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/10/90 ..................W 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/10/90 ..................W 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2/23/91 ..................W 17-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 2/23/91 ..................W 22-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 2/23/92 ..................W 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 2/23/92 ..................W 10-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/14/98 ..................L 9-10............................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Western/Hays Normal) **Fort Riley 1906 ......................W 1907 ......................W 1907 ......................W 1919 ......................W 1920 ......................W 1920 ......................W 1928 ......................W 1942 ......................L 1946 ......................L 1946 ......................W 1947 ......................W

KSU leads 16-4 6-1 ................................Fort Riley, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ................................Fort Riley, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ................................Fort Riley, Kan. 3-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ................................Fort Riley, Kan. 8-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 21-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Fresno State 3/17/93 ..................L 3/20/93 ..................L

FSU leads 2-0 6-16 ..................................Fresno, Calif. 1-10 ..................................Fresno, Calif.

Friends (Kan.) 1905 ......................W 1906 ......................W 1912 ......................L 1941 ......................W 3/20/73 ..................W 3/20/73 ..................W 5/1/73 ....................W 5/1/73 ....................W 4/17/74 ..................W 4/17/74 ..................W 3/28/78 ..................W 3/28/78 ..................W 3/2/84 ....................W 3/2/84 ....................W 3/1/86 ....................W 3/1/86 ....................W 3/3/87 ....................W 3/3/87 ....................W 2/27/88 ..................W 2/27/88 ..................W 2/24/90 ..................W 2/24/90 ..................W 2/24/91 ..................W 2/24/91 ..................W 2/29/92 ..................W 2/29/92 ..................W 3/2/04 ....................W

KSU leads 26-1 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 28-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 22-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 22-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 25-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Harvard 3/25/00 ..................W 3/26/00 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 3-2 ..............................Homestead, Fla. 1-4 ..............................Homestead, Fla.

**Haskell 1906 ......................W 1906 ......................W 1907 ......................L 1907 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1910 ......................W 1913 ......................W 1914 ......................W 1915 ......................W 1916 ......................L 1917 ......................W 1919 ......................W 1921 ......................L 1924 ......................W 1931 ......................L 1932 ......................L 1932 ......................L 1933 ......................W 1933 ......................W

KSU leads 16-11 11-0 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 13-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-17............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 7-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ..............................Lawrence, Kan.

Hastings (Neb.) 3/12/95 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 14-0............................Manhattan, Kan.

Hawaii 1916 ......................L 1970 ......................W 1970 ......................W

KSU leads 2-1 1-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1 ..........................Honolulu, Hawaii 5-2 ............................Honolulu, Hawaii

**Highland Park (Iowa) KSU leads 4-1 1908 ......................W 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 ......................L 2-4 ..........................Des Moines, Iowa 1909 ......................W 10-5............................Manhattan, Kan. Hillsdale (Mich) 4/3/57 ....................W

KSU leads 1-0 19-3 ..............................Hillsdale, Mich.

Honolulu Univ. 1913 ......................L

HON leads 1-0 3-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Houston 2/13/04 ..................L 2/20/09 ..................W 2/21/09 ..................W 2/22/09 ..................L

Series tied 2-2 4-12 ..............................Houston, Texas 16-2 ..............................Houston, Texas 9-2................................Houston, Texas 2-3................................Houston, Texas

**Howard (D.C.) 3/23/98 ..................L 3/23/98 ..................W

KSU leads 7-1 9-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-3............................Manhattan, Kan.

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14-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 24-4............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Hutchinson Naval Air KSU leads 1-0 4/21/55 ..................W 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Illinois 3/26/88 3/10/91 3/11/91 2/21/03

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UI leads 3-1 7-8 ..............................Champaign, Ill. 9-5 ....................College Station, Texas 2-3 ....................College Station, Texas 7-10 ............................Millington, Tenn.

Illinois-Chicago 3/23/96 ..................W 3/23/96 ..................W

KSU leads 2-1 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Illinois State 3/3/90 ....................W 3/4/90 ....................W 4/19/91 ..................L 4/20/91 ..................W 4/21/91 ..................L 5/15/07 ..................W

KSU leads 4-2 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-6......................................Normal, Ill. 7-3......................................Normal, Ill. 3-5......................................Normal, Ill. 10-3............................Manhattan, Kan.

Indiana 3/10/90 ..................L 3/14/92 ..................L 3/14/92 ..................W 2/6/98 ....................W

Series tied 2-2 8-9 ..............................Haines City, Fla. 1-4 ..............................Gainesville, Fla. 5-4 ..............................Gainesville, Fla. 8-0 ....................................Peoria, Ariz.

Indiana State 3/12/83 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 8-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla.

Iowa 3/30/79 ..................L 3/30/79 ..................L 3/31/79 ..................L 3/31/79 ..................L 3/13/82 ..................L 3/14/82 ..................W 3/14/82 ..................W 3/17/95 ..................W 3/18/95 ..................L 3/19/95 ..................W 2/16/97 ..................W 2/1/99 ....................W 2/1/99 ....................W

KSU leads 7-6 0-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-6 ..............................Arlington, Texas 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Iowa State 1909 ......................L 1915 ......................W 1915 ......................W 1927 ......................W 1927 ......................W 1928 ......................W 1928 ......................W 1929 ......................W 1930 ......................W 1930 ......................W 1932 ......................W 1932 ......................L 1936 ......................L 1936 ......................L 1937 ......................W 1937 ......................W 1938 ......................W 1938 ......................L 1939 ......................L 1939 ......................L 1940 ......................W 1940 ......................W 1941 ......................W 1941 ......................L 1942 ......................L 1946 ......................L 1946 ......................L 1947 ......................W 1948 ......................W 1948 ......................W 1949 ......................L 1950 ......................L 1950 ......................W 5/7/51 ....................L 5/8/51 ....................W 1952 ......................W 5/2/53 ....................L 5/1/54 ....................L 5/1/54 ....................L 5/2/55 ....................L 5/3/55 ....................L 5/14/56 ..................L 5/15/56 ..................L 5/11/57 ..................L 5/11/57 ..................L 5/3/58 ....................L 5/3/58 ....................L 5/1/59 ....................L 5/2/59 ....................L 5/7/60 ....................L 5/7/60 ....................W 4/7/61 ....................W 4/7/61 ....................W 5/4/62 ....................L 5/4/62 ....................L 5/5/62 ....................L 5/10/63 ..................W 5/10/63 ..................W 5/11/63 ..................W 1964 ......................L 1964 ......................L 1964 ......................L 4/9/65 ....................L 4/9/65 ....................W

ISU leads 98-76 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 26-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 8-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ....................................Ames, Iowa 16-1 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-8 ....................................Ames, Iowa 11-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-8 ....................................Ames, Iowa 11-12 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 9-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-11 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-2 ....................................Ames, Iowa 10-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 8-5 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 4-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-17............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-8 ....................................Ames, Iowa 6-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-12 ....................................Ames, Iowa 4-5 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-19 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 6-5 ....................................Ames, Iowa 11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-9 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-12 ....................................Ames, Iowa 4-21 ....................................Ames, Iowa 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-9 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

4/10/65 ..................W 4/29/66 ..................L 4/29/66 ..................W 4/28/67 ..................W 4/28/67 ..................L 4/29/67 ..................L 4/19/68 ..................W 4/19/68 ..................W 4/25/69 ..................L 4/25/69 ..................W 5/1/70 ....................L 5/2/70 ....................L 4/9/71 ....................L 4/9/71 ....................W 4/10/71 ..................W 4/22/72 ..................W 4/22/72 ..................L 4/20/73 ..................W 4/20/73 ..................W 4/21/73 ..................L 4/26/74 ..................L 4/26/74 ..................W 4/27/74 ..................W 4/18/75 ..................W 4/18/75 ..................W 4/19/75 ..................L 5/8/76 ....................L 4/4/77 ....................W 4/7/77 ....................L 4/14/79 ..................L 4/14/79 ..................L 4/12/80 ..................L 4/12/80 ..................L 5/9/81 ....................W 5/9/81 ....................W 5/10/81 ..................L 5/10/81 ..................L 3/27/82 ..................L 3/27/82 ..................W 3/28/82 ..................W 3/28/82 ..................L 5/7/83 ....................L 5/7/83 ....................W 5/8/83 ....................L 5/8/83 ....................L 5/5/84 ....................W 5/5/84 ....................L 5/5/85 ....................W 5/5/85 ....................L 5/6/85 ....................L 5/6/85 ....................W 5/2/86 ....................W 5/3/86 ....................W 5/3/86 ....................W 5/4/86 ....................L 4/25/87 ..................W 4/25/87 ..................L 4/25/87 ..................L 4/26/87 ..................W 4/29/88 ..................L 4/30/88 ..................W 4/30/88 ..................W 5/1/88 ....................L 4/22/89 ..................L 4/22/89 ..................L 4/23/89 ..................L 4/23/89 ..................L 4/20/90 ..................W 4/21/90 ..................L 4/21/90 ..................L 4/22/90 ..................L 5/17/90 ..................L 4/13/91 ..................L 4/13/91 ..................L 4/14/91 ..................W 4/14/91 ..................W 4/10/92 ..................W 4/11/92 ..................L 4/11/92 ..................L 4/12/92 ..................L 5/5/93 ....................L 4/2/94 ....................L 4/2/94 ....................W 4/3/94 ....................L 5/4/94 ....................L 5/4/94 ....................L 4/1/95 ....................L 4/1/95 ....................W 4/2/95 ....................L 5/2/95 ....................W 5/19/95 ..................L 5/20/95 ..................L 3/31/96 ..................W 3/31/96 ..................L 5/1/96 ....................L 5/1/96 ....................L 4/26/97 ..................W 4/26/97 ..................W 4/27/97 ..................L 4/25/98 ..................W 4/25/98 ..................L 4/26/98 ..................W 3/26/99 ..................W 3/27/99 ..................W 3/28/99 ..................W 4/22/00 ..................L 4/22/00 ..................L 4/23/00 ..................L 3/5/01 ....................W 3/5/01 ....................L

10-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Ames, Iowa 5-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-14............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 8-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 9-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 5-7 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-5 ....................................Ames, Iowa 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-11 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla. 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-10 ....................................Ames, Iowa 4-5 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-11 ..................................Ames, Iowa 3-2 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 6-12 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-17 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1-7 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-2 ....................................Ames, Iowa 8-10 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-1 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-15............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-8 ....................................Ames, Iowa 8-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-13 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 6-0 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 20-24 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 1-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 5-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 9-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-14............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-16............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-18 ............................Okla. City, Okla. 2-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 0-2 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-1 ....................................Ames, Iowa 9-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-11 ..................................Ames, Iowa 4-8 ....................................Ames, Iowa 18-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 7-11 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-17............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 14-10 ..................................Ames, Iowa 3-10 ....................................Ames, Iowa 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-11 ............................Okla. City, Okla. 6-7 ..............................Okla. City, Okla. 11-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-16 ....................................Ames, Iowa 8-14 ....................................Ames, Iowa 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-14............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ....................................Ames, Iowa 5-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 22-8 ....................................Ames, Iowa 12-4....................................Salina, Kan. 7-6 ....................................Salina, Kan. 3-1 ....................................Salina, Kan. 0-3 ....................................Ames, Iowa 3-4 ....................................Ames, Iowa 2-6 ....................................Ames, Iowa 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Ithaca 3/14/90 ..................L

Ithaca leads 1-0 5-8 ..................................Orlando, Fla.

Jacksonville 2/29/96 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 11-8 ............................Jacksonville, Fla.

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James Madison 2/25/07 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 11-4 ....................................Tampa, Fla.

**John Brown 4/4/72 ....................W 4/4/72 ....................W 3/15/73 ..................L 3/15/73 ..................L

Series tied 2-2 8-6 ........................Siloam Springs, Ark. 11-1 ......................Siloam Springs, Ark. 5-6 ........................Siloam Springs, Ark. 2-3 ........................Siloam Springs, Ark.

Kansas Wesleyan KSU leads 17-2 1898 ......................W 11-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 1898 ......................L 14-16 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 1901 ......................W 23-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 ......................W 3-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1908 ......................W 13-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 ......................W 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1910 ......................W 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1915 ......................L 1-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1916 ......................W 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1947 ......................W 1-0 ....................................Salina, Kan. 1947 ......................W 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1948 ......................W 13-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/75 ....................W 8-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/75 ....................W 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/2/06 ....................W 14-1............................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Salina Wesleyan) Kent State KSU leads 1-0 3/1/02 ....................W 9-4....................................Dothan, Ala. **Kirksville Tech (Mo.) KSU leads 1-0 1930 ......................W 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Lamar 3/21/67 ..................L 3/21/67 ..................L 3/22/67 ..................W 2/22/86 ..................L 2/22/86 ..................W 2/23/86 ..................W 2/23/86 ..................W 3/3/07 ....................W (formerly Lamar Tech) Le Moyne 3/8/08 ....................L 3/8/08 ....................W 3/9/08 ....................W 3/9/08 ....................W

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KSU leads 5-3 ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas ............................Beaumont, Texas

KSU leads 3-1 3-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Leonardville H.S. (Kan.) KSU leads 1-0 1907 ......................W 3-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Liberty 3/16/89 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 6-4 ..................................Fresno, Calif.

Lipscomb 2/22/02 ..................L

LU leads 1-0 3-8 ..............................Homestead, Fla.

Long Island 3/12/92 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 15-5..............................Gainesville, Fla.

Louisiana UL leads 1-0 3/13/86 ..................L 2-3 ..................................Lafayette, La. (formerly Louisiana-Lafayette) Louisiana-Monroe ULM leads 4-1 3/9/86 ....................L 2-14....................................Monroe, La. 3/9/86 ....................L 3-4 ....................................Monroe, La. 2/21/98 ..................L 3-4 ....................................Monroe, La. 2/27/04 ..................L 3-7 ....................................Monroe, La. 2/24/06 ..................W 10-5 ................................Lafayette, La. (formerly NE Louisiana) LSU 3/18/68 3/18/68 3/23/68 3/23/68 3/26/68 3/26/68 3/27/68 3/28/69 3/28/69 3/29/69 3/29/69 3/16/72 3/16/72 3/17/72 3/17/72 3/18/72 3/14/86 2/10/01 2/10/01 2/11/01

..................W ..................W ..................L ..................W ..................T ..................L ..................W ..................W ..................W ..................L ..................L ..................L ..................L ..................W ..................L ..................L ..................L ..................W ..................L ..................L

LSU leads 11-8-1 1-0 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 2-0 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 0-1 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 3-1 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 2-2 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 1-6 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 6-1 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 9-2 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 3-1 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 2-4 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 2-3 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 1-2 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 2-7 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 4-3 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 4-5 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 3-5 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 4-8 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 9-8 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 0-4 ............................Baton Rouge, La. 8-14............................Baton Rouge, La.

Louisiana Tech 3/10/86 ..................L 3/11/86 ..................W 3/21/01 ..................W 3/6/04 ....................W Manhattan (N.Y.) 3/13/92 ..................W

KSU leads 3-1 7-8......................................Ruston, La. 6-4......................................Ruston, La. 8-0................................Shreveport, La. 7-4................................Shreveport, La. KSU leads 1-0 9-1 ..............................Gainesville, Fla.

Manhattan H.S. 1910 ......................W 1910 ......................L

KSU leads 7-2 7-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Marines (Hawaii) 1970 ......................W 1970 ......................W 1970 ......................W 1970 ......................W

KSU leads 4-0 7-5 ............................Honolulu, Hawaii 3-0 ............................Honolulu, Hawaii 16-0 ..........................Honolulu, Hawaii 10-3 ..........................Honolulu, Hawaii

Maryland 4/9/01 ....................W 4/10/01 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 11-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-8............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Marymount (Va.) 4/8/77 ....................L 4/25/78 ..................W 4/25/78 ..................W 3/19/80 ..................W 3/19/80 ..................W 3/25/81 ..................W 3/25/81 ..................W 3/19/82 ..................L 3/19/82 ..................W 4/11/84 ..................W 2/28/85 ..................W 2/28/85 ..................W 4/5/89 ....................W 4/5/89 ....................W

KSU leads 12-2 4-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

McNeese State 2/26/95 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 12-10 ..........................Lake Charles, La.

McPherson (Kan.) 1908 ......................W

KSU leads 1-0 13-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Memphis Naval Air KSU leads 5-1 1953 ......................W 20-14 ............................Memphis, Tenn. 1953 ......................W 11-8..............................Memphis, Tenn. 1953 ......................W 7-2 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 4/4/55 ....................L 3-9 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 4/4/56 ....................W 10-2..............................Memphis, Tenn. 4/2/57 ....................W 6-1 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 3/28/60 ..................W 3/29/60 ..................L 3/28/62 ..................L 3/29/62 ..................L 1963 ......................L 1963 ......................L 1964 ......................L 1964 ......................L 3/30/68 ..................L 3/30/68 ..................L 3/22/69 ..................W 3/22/69 ..................L 3/5/86 ....................W

UM leads 10-3 8-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-23............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-10..............................Memphis, Tenn. 1-17..............................Memphis, Tenn. 5-8 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 0-3 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 6-7 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 3-9 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 3-5 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 3-4 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 6-4 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 1-2 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 9-8 ..............................Memphis, Tenn.

Metro State (Colo.) 3/23/83 ..................W 3/23/83 ..................W 3/24/83 ..................W 3/24/83 ..................W

KSU leads 4-0 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Miami (Fla.) 2/23/02 ..................L

UM leads 1-0 4-11 ............................Homestead, Fla.

Miami (Ohio) 3/14/02 ..................L

UM leads 1-0 7-12 ............................Boca Raton, Fla.

Michigan 3/15/97 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 9-6 ....................................Tulsa, Okla.

Michigan State 3/20/04 ..................W 3/21/04 ..................W 3/22/04 ..................W 2/29/08 ..................W 3/2/08 ....................W

KSU leads 5-0 12-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ............................Beaumont, Texas 10-9............................Beaumont, Texas

Minnesota 3/22/93 ..................L 3/23/93 ..................L 3/24/93 ..................L 3/25/94 ..................L 3/26/94 ..................L 3/27/94 ..................L

UM leads 6-0 4-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-10 ........................Minneapolis, Minn. 4-10 ........................Minneapolis, Minn. 1-4 ........................Minneapolis, Minn.

Minnesota-Morris 3/21/79 ..................W 3/21/79 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 9-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Mississippi 1965 ......................W 1965 ......................L 3/28/68 ..................L 3/28/68 ..................L 3/29/68 ..................L 3/29/68 ..................L 3/24/69 ..................W 3/24/69 ..................L 3/25/69 ..................W 3/25/69 ..................L 3/10/72 ..................L 3/10/72 ..................L 3/11/72 ..................W 3/11/72 ..................W 3/6/86 ....................L

UM leads 10-5 7-6 ..............................University, Miss. 3-6 ..............................University, Miss. 4-8 ..............................University, Miss. 1-4 ..............................University, Miss. 3-8 ..............................University, Miss. 4-5 ..............................University, Miss. 1-0 ..............................University, Miss. 3-9 ..............................University, Miss. 11-4 ............................University, Miss. 0-10 ............................University, Miss. 7-8 ..............................University, Miss. 5-10 ............................University, Miss. 8-1 ..............................University, Miss. 10-7 ............................University, Miss. 5-7 ..............................University, Miss.

Mississippi State 3/7/86 ....................L

MSU leads 1-0 1-10 ..............................Starkville, Miss.

Missouri Baptist 3/3/89 ....................W

KSU leads 1-0 11-5............................Manhattan, Kan.

Missouri Southern 3/24/79 ..................L 3/24/79 ..................W 3/15/80 ..................L 3/15/80 ..................W 3/16/80 ..................W 3/16/83 ..................W

KSU leads 4-2 5-11 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 13-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 10-13 ....................................Joplin, Mo. 17-7 ....................................Joplin, Mo. 10-9 ....................................Joplin, Mo. 17-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla.

Missouri State 3/25/84 ..................L 3/25/84 ..................L 5/6/86 ....................W 4/1/87 ....................W 4/1/87 ....................W 3/21/90 ..................L

KSU leads 10-9 2-6 ..............................Springfield, Mo. 1-2 ..............................Springfield, Mo. 9-6 ..............................Springfield, Mo. 7-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6 ..............................Springfield, Mo.


NON-CON SERIES RESULTS 3/21/90 ..................L 1-9 ..............................Springfield, Mo. 4/30/90 ..................L 4-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/30/90 ..................L 7-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/17/91 ..................W 14-3 ............................Springfield, Mo. 3/17/91 ..................L 0-9 ..............................Springfield, Mo. 4/9/91 ....................W 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/9/91 ....................W 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/3/92 ....................W 7-5 ..............................Springfield, Mo. 3/3/92 ....................W 14-5 ............................Springfield, Mo. 5/5/92 ....................W 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/92 ....................L 2-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/12/93 ..................W 11-5 ................................St. Louis, Mo. 4/26/06 ..................L 6-7 ............................Kansas City, Kan. (formerly Southwest Missouri State) Missouri Valley 1910 ......................W

KSU leads 1-0 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Missouri Western 3/26/74 ..................L 3/26/74 ..................W 4/9/74 ....................W 4/9/74 ....................L 5/6/75 ....................W 5/6/75 ....................W 4/5/77 ....................W 3/3/85 ....................W 3/3/85 ....................W 3/1/87 ....................W 3/1/87 ....................W 2/28/88 ..................W 2/28/88 ..................L 4/19/89 ..................W 4/19/89 ..................W 3/20/91 ..................W 3/20/91 ..................W 3/1/92 ....................W 3/1/92 ....................W 2/13/94 ..................W 2/13/94 ..................W 2/22/95 ..................W 2/22/95 ..................W 2/9/96 ....................W 2/18/97 ..................W 2/12/98 ..................W

KSU leads 23-3 3-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 21-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 18-7 ..............................St. Joseph, Mo. 21-11..............................St. Joseph, Mo. 15-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 21-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 28-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-6 ............................Arlington, Texas 15-4............................Manhattan, Kan.

Morehead State 3/11/90 ..................L 5/11/04 ..................W 5/12/04 ..................W

KSU leads 2-1 4-5 ..............................Haines City, Fla. 15-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan.

Morningside (Iowa) 3/23/85 ..................W 3/23/85 ..................W 3/24/85 ..................W

KSU leads 3-0 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 19-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 24-0............................Manhattan, Kan.

Murray State 5/1/60 ....................L 5/2/60 ....................L 3/24/67 ..................W 3/24/67 ..................L

MSU leads 3-1 0-7 ......................................Murray, Ky. 5-6 ......................................Murray, Ky. 11-5 ....................................Murray, Ky. 0-3 ......................................Murray, Ky.

Nebraska-Kearney KSU leads 1-0 4/7/82 ....................W 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Kearney State) Nebraska Wesleyan 1909 ......................W 1910 ......................W 1910 ......................W

KSU leads 3-0 3-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ..................................Lincoln, Neb.

Nevada 2/27/09 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 10-2 ............................San Diego, Calif.

UNLV 4/22/76 ..................L 2/17/01 ..................W

Series tied 1-1 1-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 20-9 ........................Albuquerque, N.M.

Newman (Kan.) 3/12/81 ..................W 3/12/81 ..................W 4/14/04 ..................W 4/5/06 ....................W

KSU leads 4-0 1-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-3............................Manhattan, Kan.

New Mexico 3/19/71 ..................L 3/20/71 ..................W 3/20/71 ..................W 3/19/74 ..................L 3/17/77 ..................W 3/17/77 ..................L 3/18/80 ..................W 3/18/80 ..................L 5/3/81 ....................W 3/20/82 ..................W 3/20/83 ..................T 4/27/83 ..................L 4/27/83 ..................L 2/18/01 ..................L

UNM leads 7-6-1 10-12........................Albuquerque, N.M. 4-2..........................Albuquerque, N.M. 5-4..........................Albuquerque, N.M. 1-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 6-12 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 17-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-13 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-12 ........................Albuquerque, N.M.

New Mexico State 3/12/88 ..................W 3/13/88 ..................W 3/14/88 ..................W 3/15/88 ..................L 2/7/98 ....................L 4/27/05 ..................W

KSU leads 4-2 17-11 ..........................Las Cruces, N.M. 6-5 ............................Las Cruces, N.M. 7-5 ............................Las Cruces, N.M. 5-6 ............................Las Cruces, N.M. 4-9 ....................................Peoria, Ariz. 6-4 ............................Kansas City, Kan.

New Orleans 3/17/87 ..................L 3/18/87 ..................L

UNO leads 2-0 2-12............................New Orleans, La. 1-6 ............................New Orleans, La.

Niagara 3/28/00 ..................W 3/29/00 ..................W 3/6/09 ....................W 3/7/09 ....................W 3/8/09 ....................W

KSU leads 6-0 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Nicholls State 3/20/87 ..................W 3/20/87 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 5-3 ..............................Thibodeaux, La. 16-1..............................Thibodeaux, La.

North Carolina 3/15/89 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 7-6 ..................................Fresno, Calif.

North Dakota 4/28/09 ..................W 4/29/09 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 10-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 22-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

North Dakota State 3/14/05 ..................W 3/15/05 ..................W 3/17/06 ..................W 3/17/06 ..................W 3/18/06 ..................W 3/9/07 ....................W 3/10/07 ..................W 3/11/07 ..................W

KSU leads 8-0 25-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

North Florida 3/10/96 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 7-2 ............................Jacksonville, Fla.

**Northeastern Illinois 3/12/92 ..................W 3/5/94 ....................W 3/5/94 ....................W 3/6/94 ....................W 5/11/95 ..................L 5/11/95 ..................W

KSU leads 5-1 16-2..............................Gainesville, Fla. 11-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Chicago, Ill. 5-4 ....................................Chicago, Ill.

Northern Colorado 4/28/90 ..................W 4/28/90 ..................W 4/29/90 ..................W 3/9/04 ....................W 3/10/04 ..................W 5/13/05 ..................W 5/14/05 ..................W 5/15/05 ..................W

KSU leads 8-0 11-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Northern Iowa 3/7/91 ....................W 4/2/91 ....................W 4/14/92 ..................L 3/4/93 ....................W 4/26/94 ..................L 3/5/95 ....................L 2/26/05 ..................W

KSU leads 4-3 14-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 18-2............................Cedar Falls, Iowa 2-8 ............................Cedar Falls, Iowa 11-3............................Cedar Falls, Iowa 11-12 ..........................Cedar Falls, Iowa 5-16............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-1 ............................Natchitoches, La.

Northwest Missouri State KSU leads 5-4-1 1931 ......................L 6-7 ................................Maryville, Mo. 1933 ......................L 4-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 1933 ......................W 13-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 1939 ......................W 11-5 ................................Maryville, Mo. 1941 ......................L 1-5 ................................Maryville, Mo. 1941 ......................W 6-2 ................................Maryville, Mo. 3/19/74 ..................W 7-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/19/74 ..................L 1-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/80 ..................W 17-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/80 ..................L 11-13 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5/3/81 ....................W 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/3/81 ....................W 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/20/82 ..................W 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/20/82 ..................T 5-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/83 ..................L 2-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/83 ..................L 7-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Northwest Missouri State Teachers College) Northwestern 3/2/03 ....................L 2/10/05 ..................L 2/20/05 ..................W 3/24/09 ..................W 3/25/09 ..................W

KSU leads 3-2 3-4....................................Dothan, Ala. 4-2..................................Phoenix, Ariz. 4-1 ..............................Arlington, Texas 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-8............................Manhattan, Kan.

Northwestern Oklahoma State KSU leads 3-0 1909 ......................W 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/2/86 ....................W 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/2/86 ....................W 9-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Northwestern State 2/25/05 ..................L

NWSU leads 1-0 2-0 ............................Natchitoches, La.

Notre Dame 3/14/83 ..................W 3/15/83 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 9-0 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla.

Ohio State 3/24/00 ..................L 2/14/04 ..................W 2/24/07 ..................W 2/24/07 ..................W

KSU leads 3-1 4-8 ..............................Homestead, Fla. 12-6 ..............................Houston, Texas 5-4 ....................................Tampa, Fla. 5-2 ....................................Tampa, Fla.

Against non-conference opponents in 2009, Justin Bloxom hit .406 with 11 doubles, two triples, 10 home runs and 47 RBI.

Oklahoma City 1947 ......................W 3/17/78 ..................W 3/17/78 ..................L 3/18/78 ..................L 3/18/78 ..................L

OCU leads 2-3 11-3 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla. 5-3 ......................Oklahoma City, Okla. 1-4 ......................Oklahoma City, Okla. 3-5 ......................Oklahoma City, Okla. 3-11 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.

Oral Roberts 3/6/70 ....................W 3/6/70 ....................W 3/7/70 ....................W 3/16/73 ..................L 3/16/73 ..................L 3/17/73 ..................L 3/17/73 ..................L 3/15/73 ..................L 3/15/73 ..................W 3/16/73 ..................W 3/16/73 ..................L 3/19/76 ..................L 3/19/76 ..................W 3/20/76 ..................W 3/20/76 ..................L 5/6/76 ....................W 5/6/76 ....................W 3/18/77 ..................W 3/18/77 ..................L 3/13/78 ..................L 3/14/78 ..................L 3/15/78 ..................L 3/12/80 ..................L 3/13/80 ..................L 3/6/81 ....................L 3/6/81 ....................L 3/7/81 ....................L 3/31/82 ..................L 3/31/82 ..................L 4/1/82 ....................L 3/15/83 ..................L 3/16/83 ..................L 4/23/85 ..................L 4/1/86 ....................L 5/1/87 ....................W 5/2/87 ....................L 3/20/88 ..................W 5/7/88 ....................L 5/8/88 ....................W 4/28/89 ..................W 4/29/89 ..................L 2/18/95 ..................L 2/19/95 ..................L 2/24/95 ..................W 4/22/95 ..................L 4/23/95 ..................W 5/8/96 ....................L 5/8/96 ....................W 3/16/97 ..................W 5/9/97 ....................L 5/10/97 ..................W 5/11/97 ..................W 4/4/01 ....................L 4/25/01 ..................L 2/17/06 ..................L

ORU leads 34-20 5-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 4-2 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 7-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-1 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-6 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-6 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-1 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-5 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 9-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 3-1 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 4-5 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-4 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 12-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-5 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 12-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-0 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-10 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 6-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 4-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 6-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 1-4 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 1-2 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 1-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 4-14 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 7-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 6-10 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 17-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 7-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 12-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 7-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-11 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 13-5 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-9 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 6-8 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 9-14 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 3-2 ............................Lake Charles, La. 8-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 6-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-12 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 14-15 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 20-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-12 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 3-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-12 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 1-5 ..............................Arlington, Texas

Oregon State 3/23/71 ..................W 2/5/99 ....................L 2/7/99 ....................W 2/4/00 ....................W 2/6/00 ....................L

KSU leads 3-2 10-9 ..............................Riverside, Calif. 6-3 ....................................Peoria, Ariz. 7-6 ....................................Peoria, Ariz. 7-6..........................Albuquerque, N.M. 2-16 ........................Albuquerque, N.M.

Ottawa (Kan.) 1902 ......................W 1903 ......................L 1906 ......................W 1907 ......................W 1910 ......................W 4/22/69 ..................W 4/22/69 ..................W 4/6/71 ....................W 4/6/71 ....................W

KSU leads 8-1 12-3..................................Ottawa, Kan. 8-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 23-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Pacific 1970 ......................L 2/26/09 ..................W

Series tied 1-1 0-3 ............................Honolulu, Hawaii 7-4..............................San Diego, Calif.

Penn State 3/12/94 ..................W 3/13/94 ..................L 2/16/07 ..................W 2/17/07 ..................W

KSU leads 3-1 5-3 ....................College Station, Texas 3-5 ....................College Station, Texas 5-0................................Shreveport, La. 4-1................................Shreveport, La.

Pepperdine 3/14/97 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 1-0 ....................................Tulsa, Okla.

Peru State (Neb.) 3/26/85 ..................W 3/26/85 ..................W 4/8/86 ....................W 4/8/86 ....................W 2/19/94 ..................W 2/20/94 ..................W

KSU leads 6-0 14-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0..............................Manhattan, Kan 11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-6............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Phillips (Okla.) 4/1/75 ....................L 4/1/75 ....................L

PHIL leads 2-0 0-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

**Pikers 1920 ......................L 1920 ......................L

PIKE leads 2-0 1-5 ........................................Unknown 3-8 ........................................Unknown

Portland 2/13/05 ..................L

O of P leads 1-0 7-3..................................Phoenix, Ariz.

Purdue 3/2/96 ....................W 2/26/06 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 4-2 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. 9-3 ..................................Lafayette, La.

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Quincy (Ill.) 3/6/88 ....................W 3/6/88 ....................W

KSU leads 2-0 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-8............................Manhattan, Kan.

South Florida 3/13/90 ..................L 3/14/90 ..................L

USF leads 2-0 3-4 ....................................Tampa, Fla. 1-3 ....................................Tampa, Fla.

Regis (Colo.) 3/28/95 ..................W 3/29/95 ..................W 3/16/96 ..................L 3/16/96 ..................W 3/17/96 ..................W

KSU leads 4-1 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-16 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-0............................Manhattan, Kan.

Southeast Missouri State SEMO leads 1-0 4/22/03 ..................L 5-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Rice 2/15/04 ..................L 5/30/09 ..................W 5/31/09 ..................L 6/1/09 ....................L

Rice leads 3-1 0-13 ..............................Houston, Texas 7-6 ..............................Houston, Texas 0-8................................Houston, Texas 4-13 ..............................Houston, Texas

Southern California 3/11/94 ..................L 3/14/94 ..................L

USC leads 2-0 7-20 ....................College Station, Texas 0-3 ....................College Station, Texas

Rider 3/19/03 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 21-2 ............................Boca Raton, Fla.

**Southern Methodist 4/2/66 ....................W 4/2/66 ....................W 3/31/69 ..................L 3/31/69 ..................W

KSU leads 3-1 2-0 ..................................Dallas, Texas 4-3 ..................................Dallas, Texas 0-1 ..................................Dallas, Texas 13-1 ..................................Dallas, Texas

Rockhurst (Mo.) 1940 ......................W 1941 ......................L 1941 ......................W

KSU leads 2-1 8-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-11 ............................Kansas City, Mo. 7-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Rutgers 3/20/02 ..................L

RU leads 1-0 4-5..............................Boca Raton, Fla.

Southern Mississippi 3/16/90 ..................W 3/17/90 ..................L 3/18/90 ..................W 3/6/92 ....................W 3/7/92 ....................L 3/8/92 ....................L

Series tied 3-3 4-0 ..........................Hattiesburg, Miss. 1-9 ..........................Hattiesburg, Miss. 3-1 ..........................Hattiesburg, Miss. 14-3 ..........................Hattiesburg, Miss. 6-9 ..........................Hattiesburg, Miss. 1-6 ..........................Hattiesburg, Miss.

Sacramento State 4/26/05 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 14-3 ..........................Kansas City, Kan.

**St. Francis (N.Y.) 2/23/02 ..................W 3/4/05 ....................W 3/5/05 ....................W 3/6/05 ....................W

KSU leads 4-0 12-7 ............................Homestead, Fla. 17-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 30-4............................Manhattan, Kan.

St. John’s 3/18/93 ..................W 3/2/07 ....................W

KSU leads 2-0 10-8 ..................................Fresno, Calif. 10-3............................Beaumont, Texas

Saint Louis 2/24/89 ..................W 2/25/89 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 17-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan.

St. Mary’s (Kan.) 1900 ......................L 1991 ......................L 1904 ......................L 1904 ......................L 1905 ......................L 1905 ......................L 1908 ......................T 1908 ......................W 1909 ......................L 1912 ......................W 1913 ......................W 1914 ......................L 1914 ......................L 1916 ......................W 1917 ......................W 1917 ......................W 1919 ......................W 1919 ......................L 1922 ......................W 1923 ......................L 1924 ......................L 1925 ......................W 1927 ......................W 1929 ......................W 1930 ......................W 1930 ......................W 1931 ......................L 1931 ......................W 3/9/81 ....................W 3/9/81 ....................W

KSU leads 16-13-1 1-7 ......................................Hays, Kan. 2-4 ......................................Hays, Kan. 0-6 ......................................Hays, Kan. 2-3 ......................................Hays, Kan. 2-3 ......................................Hays, Kan. 1-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ......................................Hays, Kan. 2-3 ......................................Hays, Kan. 2-1 ......................................Hays, Kan. 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ......................................Hays, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-8......................................Hays, Kan. 1-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ......................................Hays, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ......................................Hays, Kan. 5-2 ......................................Hays, Kan. 3-1 ......................................Hays, Kan. 1-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ......................................Hays, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

St. Olaf (Minn.) 4/2/85 ....................W 4/2/85 ....................W

KSU leads 2-0 16-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

St. Peter’s 3/16/03 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 7-4..............................Boca Raton, Fla.

San Diego 2/17/00 ..................L 2/28/09 ..................L

USD leads 2-0 15-31............................San Diego, Calif. 1-2..............................San Diego, Calif.

San Diego State 2/6/99 ....................L 3/1/09 ....................W

Series tied 1-1 7-10....................................Peoria, Ariz. 5-4..............................San Diego, Calif.

San Jose State 3/11/89 ..................W 3/11/89 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 4-3 ................................San Jose, Calif. 0-2 ................................San Jose, Calif.

Santa Clara 2/23/08 ..................L

SCU leads 1-0 2-9 ..........................Santa Clara, Calif.

School of the Ozarks 3/25/86 ..................W 3/25/86 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Seton Hall 3/13/03 ..................L 3/14/03 ..................W 2/23/07 ..................W

Series tied 2-1 8-11 ............................Boca Raton, Fla. 8-7..............................Boca Raton, Fla. 4-2 ....................................Tampa, Fla.

South Dakota State 3/31/81 ..................W 3/31/81 ..................W 3/19/88 ..................W 5/17/05 ..................W 5/18/05 ..................W 2/28/06 ..................W 3/1/06 ....................W 5/16/06 ..................W 5/17/06 ..................W

KSU leads 9-0 15-8............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 21-11 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 13-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 21-5 ..............................Sioux Falls, S.D. 24-3 ..............................Sioux Falls, S.D.

Southeastern Louisiana Series tied 1-1 3/13/72 ..................W 9-3 ................................Hammond, La. 2/20/98 ..................L 4-6 ....................................Monroe, La.

Southern Nazarene (Okla.) KSU leads 3-0 2/29/00 ..................W 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2/5/01 ....................W 9-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2/15/02 ..................W 12-2............................Manhattan, Kan. Southwest Baptist (Mo.) KSU leads 1-0 3/19/88 ..................W 13-2............................Manhattan, Kan. Southwestern (Kan.) 1908 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1933 ......................W 1933 ......................W

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

KSU leads 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. ............................Manhattan, Kan. ............................Manhattan, Kan. ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Southwestern (Texas) 3/26/62 ..................W 3/27/62 ..................W 1963 ......................W 1963 ......................L

KSU leads 3-1 4-3 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 6-2 ..............................Memphis, Tenn. 11-6 ........................Georgetown, Texas 8-11 ........................Georgetown, Texas

**Submarine Pacific 1970 ......................L

SUB leads 1-0 4-5 ............................Honolulu, Hawaii

Stanford 3/22/71 ..................L

Stanford leads 1-0 7-8 ..............................Riverside, Calif.

Sterling (Kan.) 3/11/82 ..................W 3/11/82 ..................W 4/10/02 ..................L 4/21/04 ..................W

KSU leads 3-1 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

Stony Brook 3/17/03 ..................L

SB leads 1-0 2-10 ............................Boca Raton, Fla.

**Tarkio (Mo.) 1910 ......................W 4/15/87 ..................W 4/15/87 ..................W 4/5/88 ....................W 5/3/88 ....................W 5/3/88 ....................W 4/12/89 ..................W 4/12/89 ..................W

KSU leads 8-0 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Temple 2/28/03 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 10-6 ..................................Dothan, Ala.

Texas-Arlington 3/10/83 ..................W 3/11/83 ..................W 2/14/97 ..................L 2/19/05 ..................W 2/16/06 ..................W

KSU leads 4-1 14-8 ............................Arlington, Texas 8-0 ..............................Arlington, Texas 3-4 ..............................Arlington, Texas 5-4 ..............................Arlington, Texas 13-3 ............................Arlington, Texas

TCU 3/29/66 ..................W 3/29/66 ..................L 3/30/66 ..................W 3/10/84 ..................L 3/10/84 ..................L 3/13/84 ..................L 3/13/84 ..................L 3/8/87 ....................L 3/8/87 ....................W

TCU leads 6-3 3-1 ............................Fort Worth, Texas 1-6 ............................Fort Worth, Texas 8-6 ............................Fort Worth, Texas 3-11 ..........................Fort Worth, Texas 1-7 ............................Fort Worth, Texas 2-8 ............................Fort Worth, Texas 7-12 ..........................Fort Worth, Texas 3-4 ............................Fort Worth, Texas 7-6 ............................Fort Worth, Texas

Texas-Pan American 3/12/85 ..................W 4/20/99 ..................W 4/21/99 ..................L

KSU leads 2-1 3-2 ............................Endinburg, Texas 9-4 ............................Hutchinson, Kan. 15-16 ..........................Hutchinson, Kan.

UTSA 3/4/08 ....................L 3/5/08 ....................L 3/17/09 ..................W 3/18/09 ..................W

Series tied 2-1 4-5 ..........................San Antonio, Texas 8-9 ..........................San Antonio, Texas 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Texas State Series tied 1-1 3/10/85 ..................W 11-9..........................San Marcos, Texas 3/10/85 ..................L 3-4 ..........................San Marcos, Texas (formerly Southwest Texas State)

In a start at No. 11 San Diego in 2009, Ryan Daniel tossed 5.2 innings, allowing one unearned run on five hits with two walks and two strikeouts.

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**Topeka White Sox 1908 ......................L 1909 ......................W Tulane 3/25/68 3/18/72 3/18/72 3/19/87 3/21/87

..................L ..................L ..................L ..................L ..................L

**Tulsa 1950 ......................W 1950 ......................W 3/7/70 ....................L 3/8/70 ....................L 3/8/70 ....................L 5/4/73 ....................W 5/4/73 ....................L 5/5/73 ....................W 5/5/73 ....................W 3/13/74 ..................L 3/13/74 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 3-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Tulane leads 5-0 0-4 ............................New Orleans, La. 1-3 ............................New Orleans, La. 1-2 ............................New Orleans, La. 2-10............................New Orleans, La. 14-19 ..........................New Orleans, La. Tulsa leads 6-5 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-12 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 0-7 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 1-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 0-2 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 8-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ....................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-3 ....................................Tulsa, Okla.

**U.S. International (Calif.) KSU leads 1-0 3/14/89 ..................W 7-4 ..................................Fresno, Calif. Utah 2/16/01 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 10-2 ........................Albuquerque, N.M.

Valley City (N.D.) 3/19/79 ..................W 3/19/79 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Virginia Tech 3/18/89 ..................L

VT leads 1-0 3-6 ..................................Fresno, Calif.

Wagner 3/15/02 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 18-3 ............................Boca Raton, Fla.

Washburn (Kan.) 1897 ......................L 1898 ......................L 1898 ......................L 1899 ......................L 1899 ......................L 1991 ......................L 1991 ......................L 1902 ......................L 1904 ......................L 1904 ......................L 1905 ......................W 1905 ......................W 1905 ......................L 1906 ......................W 1906 ......................L 1906 ......................W 1907 ......................W 1907 ......................L 1907 ......................W 1908 ......................L 1908 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1910 ......................L 1911 ......................W 1911 ......................W 1914 ......................W 1914 ......................L 1947 ......................W 1947 ......................W 1949 ......................L 1949 ......................L 1965 ......................L 1965 ......................W 1970 ......................L 1970 ......................L 4/10/76 ..................W 3/22/78 ..................W 3/22/78 ..................W 4/11/79 ..................W 4/11/79 ..................W 3/26/81 ..................W 3/26/81 ..................W 4/15/82 ..................W 4/15/82 ..................W 3/27/85 ..................W 3/27/85 ..................W 3/26/86 ..................W 4/22/87 ..................W 4/27/88 ..................W 3/24/89 ..................W 4/17/90 ..................W 3/19/91 ..................L 3/19/91 ..................W 5/4/05 ....................W

KSU leads 32-22 4-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 7-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-8 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 1-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 0-12 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 6-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 6-4 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 2-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-0 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 10-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 13-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 13-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-2 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 8-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-8 ..................................Topeka, Kan. 0-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 8-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 18-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-11............................Manhattan,Kan. 19-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 16-7............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 26-7............................Manhattan, Kan.

Washington 3/10/91 ..................L 3/12/91 ..................L 3/5/93 ....................W 3/6/93 ....................L 3/6/93 ....................L 4/15/03 ..................L

UW leads 5-1 8-14 ....................College Station, Texas 3-6 ....................College Station, Texas 8-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-13 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 5-14............................Manhattan, Kan.

Washington (Mo.) 1914 ......................W

KSU leads 1-0 7-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Washington State 3/13/89 ..................L 2/5/00 ....................W 3/11/08 ..................W

KSU leads 2-1 3-5 ..................................Fresno, Calif. 9-7..........................Albuquerque, N.M. 9-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Wayne State 3/19/75 ..................L 3/19/75 ..................L 3/17/76 ..................W 3/17/76 ..................W

KSU leads 15-2 1-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-5............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.


NON-CON SERIES RESULTS 3/18/76 ..................W 3/18/76 ..................W 3/12/77 ..................W 3/12/77 ..................W 3/13/77 ..................W 3/13/77 ..................W 3/10/79 ..................W 3/10/79 ..................W 3/7/82 ....................W 3/6/83 ....................W 3/10/89 ..................W 4/18/93 ..................W 4/18/93 ..................W

11-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 15-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Western Illinois 3/26/88 ..................W 3/10/02 ..................L 3/10/02 ..................W 3/11/02 ..................W 3/12/02 ..................W 2/16/03 ..................W 2/16/03 ..................W 2/21/04 ..................W 2/21/04 ..................W 2/22/04 ..................L

KSU leads 8-2 10-7................................Springfield, Ill. 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-0............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 14-4............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-5 ........................................Iola, Kan. 9-8 ........................................Iola, Kan. 11-12 ......................................Iola, Kan.

Western Michigan 3/5/99 ....................W

KSU leads 1-0 5-3 ............................Jacksonville, Fla.

Wichita State 1906 ......................W 1907 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1911 ......................W 1912 ......................W

WSU leads 47-27 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 11-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ..................................................n/a 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan.

1949 ......................W 4/10/52 ..................W 4/10/52 ..................W 4/14/53 ..................W 4/2/54 ....................W 4/2/54 ....................L 3/31/55 ..................W 3/31/55 ..................W 3/29/56 ..................L 3/29/56 ..................W 4/4/78 ....................W 4/4/78 ....................W 4/11/78 ..................L 4/11/78 ..................L 4/18/85 ..................L 5/8/85 ....................L 5/8/85 ....................L 4/24/86 ..................L 5/8/86 ....................L 5/9/86 ....................L 4/28/87 ..................L 4/29/87 ..................L 4/28/88 ..................L 5/4/88 ....................W 4/25/89 ..................L 4/26/90 ..................L 3/6/91 ....................W 5/7/91 ....................L 2/27/92 ..................L 4/16/92 ..................W 4/22/92 ..................L 3/9/93 ....................L 3/10/93 ..................L 4/8/93 ....................L 5/13/93 ..................L

11-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-6............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 3-6 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 6-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-9 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 12-4 ................................Wichita, Kan. 7-2 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 5-3 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 5-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-16............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 1-5 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 1-8 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 4-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-15 ................................Wichita, Kan. 0-11 ................................Wichita, Kan. 2-3 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 7-11 ................................Wichita, Kan. 6-9 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 9-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-17 ................................Wichita, Kan. 5-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-17 ................................Wichita, Kan. 2-10............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 6-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 5-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 2-11............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ..................................Wichita, Kan.

3/1/94 ....................L 3/2/94 ....................L 3/8/94 ....................L 4/13/95 ..................L 5/1/95 ....................L 3/15/96 ..................L 4/2/96 ....................L 4/2/96 ....................W 5/6/97 ....................W 5/7/97 ....................L 3/12/98 ..................L 5/5/98 ....................L 5/6/98 ....................L 5/4/99 ....................L 5/5/99 ....................L 5/2/00 ....................L 5/3/00 ....................W 5/1/01 ....................L 5/2/01 ....................L 4/3/02 ....................L 3/26/03 ..................L 4/9/03 ....................L 4/30/03 ..................L 5/6/03 ....................L 3/17/04 ..................L 3/18/04 ..................L 3/29/05 ..................W 4/19/05 ..................W 3/14/06 ..................W 4/18/06 ..................L 3/27/07 ..................L 4/24/07 ..................W 4/5/08 ....................L 4/29/08 ..................W 4/14/09 ..................W

2-14 ................................Wichita, Kan. 3-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Salina, Kan. 6-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 4-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 9-10 ................................Wichita, Kan. 9-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 4-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 0-8 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 8-9 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 5-17............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-13 ................................Wichita, Kan. 3-5 ............................Hutchinson, Kan. 4-6 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 2-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 18-6 ................................Wichita, Kan. 3-13............................Manhattan, Kan. 5-9 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 5-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 10-14 ..........................Manhattan, Kan. 2-13 ................................Wichita, Kan. 3-12 ................................Wichita, Kan. 0-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 7-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 6-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 6-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-7 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 3-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 3-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ..................................Wichita, Kan. 13-5............................Manhattan, Kan.

4/15/09 ..................W

4-3 ..................................Wichita, Kan.

William Jewell (Mo.) 1908 ......................W 1909 ......................W 1910 ......................W 4/6/77 ....................W 3/27/86 ..................W 4/19/05 ..................L

KSU leads 5-1 8-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 17-9............................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

William Woods (Mo.) 4/19/00 ..................W 4/24/01 ..................W

KSU leads 2-0 15-2............................Manhattan, Kan. 12-10 ..........................Manhattan, Kan.

Wisconsin-Milwaukee KSU leads 3-0 3/4/97 ....................W 5-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/4/97 ....................W 10-3............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/02 ..................W 8-7 ..............................Homestead, Fla. Wisconsin-River Falls 3/28/83 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 5-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

Xavier 3/2/96 ....................W 3/9/96 ....................W 3/6/99 ....................W 3/10/06 ..................W 3/11/06 ..................W 3/12/06 ..................W 5/29/09 ..................W

KSU leads 7-0 15-1 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. 7-0 ............................Jacksonville. Fla. 6-3 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. 6-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 9-0 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 16-8 ..............................Houston, Texas

York (Neb.) 2/16/99 ..................W

KSU leads 1-0 10-0............................Manhattan, Kan.

** Denotes baseball program discontinued

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WILDCAT TIMELINE stepped to the plate. According to the K.A.C. Students’ “The game was played on a muddy field and there was a Herald, rabbit chase across the diamond.” “When Whitelock stepped to the plate in the ninth inning FIRST GAME there was a look of determination on his face and when the ball crossed the plate he met it squarely sending it April 10, 1897: Kansas Agricultural College played and FIRST SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP into the deep right field for a home run.” This was the first won its first game in Fort Riley, Kan. Head coach H.W. Wagner led the Aggies to a 4-3 win over Fort Riley. The home run in the school’s short four-game history. 1907: Legendary coach Mike Ahearn, who coached nearly following is an account of the first game as told by the every sporting team at Kansas State during his tenure and April 14, 1897 edition of the K.A.C. Students’ Herald. later served as the school’s first athletics director, led the WILDCATS PLAY CHICAGO CUBS Wildcats to a 19-4 overall record en route to the Topeka The baseball team crossed bats with the Fort Riley Conference title. This baseball championship is believed team at Fort Riley, April 10, in the first game of the season. April 6, 1905: The Chicago Cubs made a stop in Man- to be the first by a varsity sport in K-State history. The game resulted in a victory for the college team, the hattan to face Kansas State. The team, which included the score standing at the close of the ninth inning 4 to 3 in Cubs’ most famous double play combination of all-time, favor of the K.A.C. The game in detail was as follows: first Tinker, Evans and Chance, was on their way back to inning, first half, Crooch in the box, Davis catching for Fort FIRST DOUBLEHEADER Chicago after completing spring training in Arizona and Riley. Noble at the bat sent a fly to third and was put out stopped off to play the Aggies. No box score remains, but on first. June 6, 1908: Kansas State played its first-ever doublethe Cubs did win, 13-0. Second half Hank Wagner in the box, Doc Wagner header on this date and sweeps archrival Kansas, 2-1 and catching for the college. Consiudine at the bat sent a ball 1-0. H.S. Baird pitched both games of the doubleheader. to the pitcher who makes a wild throw to first and Consiudine scores a run. Fann sent a fly to center field and was THE FIRST EXTRA-INNING GAME caught out. Mearns made first on an error by third. HayMIKE AHEARN RETIRES ward was put out on first and Mearns on third. In the sec- May 2, 1905: Kansas State played its first extra-inning ond and third innings neither side scored. affair in school history, as the Aggies won it, 6-5, over 1911: Legendary coach Mike Ahearn retires as Kansas In the second half of the fourth inning Mearns scored Friends University of Wichita, Kan. State’s most successful baseball coach in history with a an earned run, the score then standing Fort Riley 2, K.A.C. .734 winning percentage. In eight seasons as the head 0. coach, he led the Wildcats to victory 93 times and suffered In the fifth inning Menke and Poston each scored a run BACK-TO-BACK NO-HITTERS only 33 defeats. for the college team and Davis scored for the Fort Riley

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team. In the sixth inning Ashbrook went out on first; Cheadle scored on an error by first. Green made first; Poston made first and Green made second on an error by left field. Menke sent a fly to third and was caught out. H. Wagner struck out leaving Green and Poston on bases. Farm and Mearns both went out on fouls which Doc Wagner nailed hansomely, the inning closed with the score standing Fort Riley 3, K.A.C. 0. In the seventh inning, Doc Wagner was put out on first. Noble went out on a foul; Dial made a base hit and scored a run, Cheadle sent a fly to the pitcher and was caught out leaving Ashbrook on base. Fort Riley made no score. In the eighth and ninth innings neither side scored, the result was K.A.C. 4, Riley 3. Both teams played well, both have had the same difficulties in regard to practice, Saturday’s game was the first time that either nine had played together. The college team had by far the best battery. The college team was rather weak at the bat but this will soon be remedied by practice.

1897 FIRST HOME RUN May 1, 1897: In the ninth inning of the game against Chapman High School, K.A.C. second basemen Whitelock

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April 17, 1906: Arthur Furey pitched the first no-hitter in Kansas State baseball history in a 13-0 win over the ColMISSOURI VALLEY CHAMPS lege of Emporia. Three days later, Carl Mallon matched Furey’s feat in the team’s next outing with a no-hitter 1928: Kansas State concluded the season with a 10-2 against Ottawa University. Missouri Valley Conference record to finish atop the standAccounts in newspapers reported:

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K-State’s First Conference Title | 1907

BADER NAMED ALL-BIG EIGHT 1958: Kansas State outfielder Paul Bader became the first player in history to be selected to the All-Big Eight team.

1961 FRANK MYERS FIELD OPENS 1961: After playing for years at Griffith Park in Downtown Manhattan, Kansas State finally got its own ballpark, as the university opened Frank Myers Field in 1961. The Wildcats celebrated the opening with an 11-0 shutout of Iowa State.

ings. Led by Captain Guy Huey, the Wildcats finished the season with an 11-3 overall record and won their first baseball title in 20 years.

1930 BIG SIX CHAMPS 1930: Kansas State finished 9-3 in the Big Six Conference and tied for first place.

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1941 CATS PLAY FIRST NIGHT GAME May 6, 1941: Kansas State played its first home night game. Oklahoma beat the Wildcats, 3-2, at Griffith Park in Manhattan.

1952 WOODS BREAKS COLOR BARRIER

1952: Earl Woods (1932-2006) became the first AfricanAmerican baseball player in Big Seven Conference history. The father of professional golfer Tiger Woods, Earl was 1933: Kansas State and Oklahoma ended the season as forced to stay in all-black hotels and away from his teamco-champions of the Big Six Conference. KSU finished the mates on road trips. season with a 9-3 overall record and 3-2 in Big Six play.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR AT FRANK MYERS FIELD YEAR 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

RECORD GAMES 7-4 (.636) 15 1-8 (.111) 6 3-3 (.500) 15 2-7 (.222) 9 5-3 (.625) 11 8-6 (.571) 14 4-5 (.444) 13 7-5 (.583) 12 8-4 (.667) 12 7-7 (.500) 14 7-3 (.700) 10 7-6 (.538) 13 16-6 (.727) 20 19-7 (.731) 26 17-12 (.586) 29 26-8 (.765) 36 20-5 (.800) 16 13-9 (.591) 24 20-17-1 (.539) 30 12-12 (.500) 20 30-6 (.833) 36 28-13 (.683) 42 11-10 (.524) 21 13-7 (.650) 20 21-8 (.724) 29

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RECORD GAMES 14-12 (.538) 26 20-3 (.870) 23 20-11 (.645) 31 22-7 (.759) 27 22-8 (.733) 30 17-11 (.607) 29 13-11 (.542) 24 8-14 (.364) 22 9-14 (.391) 23 21-6 (.778) 28 13-11 (.542) 24 20-11 (.645) 31 14-11 (.560) 25 0-0 (.000) 0 13-12 (.500) 24 18-11 (.621) 29 16-10 (.615) 26 8-13 (.381) 21 17-15 (.531) 32 21-9 (.700) 30 22-9 (.710) 31 19-9 (.676) 28 18-11 (.621) 29 24-7 (.774) 31 701-417-1 (.627)

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ARNOLD FIRES PERFECT GAME 1933: Elden Auker becomes the first Kansas State graduate to play in the Major Leagues when he broke in with the Detroit Tigers. Auker would spent the next 10 years in the big leagues with the Tigers, the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Browns. He would post a career 4.42 ERA and 130101 record with 126 complete games and 14 shutouts. He would post his best season in 1935, as he finished with an 18-7 record.

April 22, 1969: Freshman pitcher Mark Arnold hurled the only perfect game in Kansas State history. He retired 27 straight Ottawa batters to earn the 3-0 victory.

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1973: Although there seems to have been All-Americans before the 1973 season, freshman pitcher Andy Replogle was the first Kansas State player in recorded history to be selected to an All-American team. Replogle later played two seasons with Milwaukee in 1978-79.

MYERS COACHES ONE SEASON 1940: The namesake of Kansas State’s baseball stadium, Frank Myers spent just one season as a baseball coach, guiding the Wildcats to an 11-5 overall mark with co-head coach Dougal Russell. In 1967, the field was dedicated in his name. In 2002, the field was re-named Frank Myers Field at Tointon Family Stadium.

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Mike Clark | K-State’s all-time winningest coach

RECORD 14 BIG EIGHT WINS 1974: Kansas State set a school record by winning 14 Big Eight games against only seven losses. The Cats finished second in the league race.

1976 RANDALL BREAKS IN WITH TWINS 1976: Former Wildcat Bobby Randall, who coached at both Iowa State and Kansas in the Big 12 , began his sixyear major league career with the Minnesota Twins. He would post a career .257 average with 154 runs scored and 91 RBIs in his days as a Twin.

1976 POWER STRIKES OUT 19 March 18, 1976: Ted Power set a single-game record with 19 strikeouts against Wayne State. Power, who still holds the single-season mark with 99 strikeouts, spent 13 years in the Major Leagues, playing for the Dodgers, Reds, Royals, Cardinals, Pirates and Indians.

1978 DAVE BAKER BECOMES FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN COACH 1978: Twenty years after Earl Woods broke the color barrier as a player in the Big Eight Conference, Dave Baker becomes the first African American baseball coach at a Big Eight institution. Baker would guide the Wildcats to 137 wins from 1978 to 1983.

1983 CATS ADVANCE TO FIRST BIG 8 TOURNEY

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CLARK NAMED COACH OF THE YEAR

POEPARD BREAKS HR RECORD

May, 1990: Kansas State’s head coach Mike Clark is April 30, 1997: Designated hitter Scott Poepard hits two named the Big Eight Coach of the Year after leading the home runs in Kansas State’s 11-1 victory over Bethany and Wildcats to a second-place finish in the league race. He became K-State’s career home run leader with 31. was the first coach to earn such an honor.

1991 WINNINGEST COACH March 21, 1991: Mike Clark won his 139th game as Kansas State’s head coach with an 18-7 victory over his alma mater, Missouri Western, at Frank Myers Field, surpassing Phil Wilson (138) for K-State’s career lead in coaching victories.

1992 WILSON NAMED BIG 8

RECORD-SETTING CROWD

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

May 18, 1992: Shortstop Craig Wilson became the firstApril 26, 1990: A record-crowd of 6,155 packed Frank ever Wildcat to be named Big Eight Player of the Year. The Myers Field to watch defending national champion Wi- holder of numerous school records, Wilson was named a chita State defeat the homestanding Wildcats, 8-5. first team All-American in 1992 by Baseball America after leading the team with a .416 batting average, 54 runs scored, 62 RBIs and eight home runs. Wilson was later named to the 1992 Olympic Team which captured the bronze medal.

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May 7, 1983: By posting a 3-2 victory over Iowa State, KState qualified for the Big Eight Tournament for the first time since 1977.

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1998: After the final game of the season a ground breaking ceremony was held to begin the renovation of Frank Myers Field. The press box and grand stands were torn down and a new playing surface was installed. Every facet of the stadium would be improved by the 2002 season in the $3.1 million dollar renovation, including a new press box with luxury suites, a 3,150-square-foot lockerroom complete with team and training rooms.

1999 THE 55-GAME ROAD TRIP 1999: After delays, renovation was slowed and the playing surface of Frank Myers Field was not complete. The 1999 Wildcats would play a 55-game schedule without a home field, thus meaning 44 games were played outside the city limits of Manhattan, Kan. On the year, the team travelled 17,500 miles and played at 19 different sites.


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H.W. Wagner Mike Ahearn E.C. Curtiss Wes Fry Ray Wauthier Bob Brashier Phil Wilson Phil Wilson Dave Baker Gary Vaught Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Brad Hill Brad Hill

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CATS ADVANCE TO FIRST BIG 12 TOURNAMENT

1999: Sophomore Kasey Weishaar finished with a singleseason record .429 batting average. Over the 55-game May 12, 2002: After winning the first two games against season, Weishaar never went more than seven at-bats Missouri, a rainout on Sunday gave the Wildcats their first without a hit. For his outstanding season, Weishaar was trip to the Big 12 Tournament after three years of heartselected to the All-Big 12 first team. breaking close calls. In its first postseason trip since the 1996 season, Kansas State proved its medal against the best, overcoming a 12-inning loss to nationally-ranked Texas Tech in the opening game to post back-to-back upK-STATE BASEBALL sets of nationally-ranked Baylor and the Red Raiders beCELEBRATES 100 YEARS fore losing to eventual tournament runner-up Nebraska in the semifinals. With the win over Texas Tech, K-State 2000: Kansas State celebrated the 100th year of Wildcat achieved a 30-win season for the ninth time in school hisbaseball during the 2000 season. In celebration of the cen- tory and for the first time since 1997. tennial of the sport, university officials had an All-Century Celebration Weekend on May 5-7 during the three-game series with Kansas. The celebration weekend included a BRAD HILL NAMED 20TH golf outing for former lettermen at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan and a cookout for friends and famHEAD COACH AT K-STATE ily prior to Friday’s game. The university also named 21 players to the All-Century team and introduced them inJune 3, 2003: After an ultra-successful nine-year stint as dividually prior to Saturday’s game. The players were forthe head coach at Central Missouri State in Warrensburg, mally honored at the All-Century Dinner that evening. Mo., Brad Hill was named the 20th head baseball coach at Kansas State. The winningest Division II coach in the nation, Hill guided the Mules to an impressive 418-91 (.821) overall record during his nine-year tenure. The seven-time CLARK EARNS MILESTONE WINS Central Region Coach of the Year, Hill led the school to the March 18, 2002: Head coach Mike Clark became the first NCAA Tournament each of his nine seasons, including K-State coach in any team sport to post 400 wins, earning seven trips to the College World Series and a national title.

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ranked and eventual national champion-Longhorns, 5-3, in the final game of a three-game series before 5,150 fans at Disch-Falk Field. The win was the first-ever for the Wildcats over a top-ranked team and the first over Texas in 17 tries.

2008 K-STATE TO BIG 12 TITLE GAME May 21-25, 2008: Kansas State, playing in just its second-ever Big 12 Championship, traveled to Bricktown Ballpark winners of its last three games. The Wildcats kept the momentum going as they defeated No. 6 Oklahoma State, 3-2, to open the tournament, but then lost to No. 7 Nebraska, 5-2. On Saturday, Nebraska dropped its game to Oklahoma State, which meant K-State needed to defeat Baylor to advance. The Cats, down 2-1 in the bottom of the sixth, scored a pair of runs and held on down the stretch to move on to the program’s first title game appearance.

2009 CATS SET SEASON MARK FOR WINS, EARN FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT BERTH May 29-June 1, 2009: Kansas State recorded its most successful season in school history by winning a programrecord 43 games and earned a spot in its first ever NCAA Regional. K-State also set a school-record with 14 Big 12 victories and finished fourth in the conference, its highest league finish since 1995. With the ultra-successful season, the Wildcats were ticketed to Reckling Park on the campus of Rice University for its first ever regional. The Wildcats won its first regional game, a 16-8 victory over Xavier. Kansas State then faced host school and No. 6 ranked Rice in what could be labeled the biggest win in program history when the Wildcats topped the Owls, 7-6, to advance to the regional final. And although the Cats dropped the next to games to end the season, the Wildcats can look back at the 2009 campaign as the one that reset the bar in terms on success in baseball at Kansas State.

2009 HILL, MORRIS GRAB NATIONAL HONORS

2009: Head coach Brad Hill earned Big 12 Coach of the Year honors, becoming the first Kansas State coach since Mike Clark in 1990 to be named conference coach of the year. Hill guided Kansas State to a 43-win season, including 14 conference victories to finish fourth in the league, his 400th win in the Wildcats’ 8-7 win over UW-Milwauall school bests. The Wildcats also earned their highest kee. He would earn career win No. 700 at Texas Tech on ranking in school history as they were No. 10 in the BaseApril 7. He is the fourth-longest tenured coach in school CATS KNOCK OFF NO. 1 TEXAS ball America Top 25 earlier in the season. Junior righthistory. handed pitcher A.J. Morris was named the Big 12 Pitcher April 3, 2005: Kansas State rallied for two runs in the of the Year and was the school’s first ever consensus Allseventh and one more in the ninth and withstood a Texas American after setting the school record with 14 victories rally in the ninth as the Wildcats knocked off the top- and the seventh-lowest ERA at 2.09.

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ALL-CENTURY TEAM

STEVE ANSON 1973-76

ELDEN AUKER 1930-32

DAVID CHADD 1987-88

Steve Anson (1973-76; Mishawaka, Ind.): Four-year starter as

CARY COLBERT 1982-84

SEAN COLLINS 1988-89

BILL DROEGE 1969-72

DAVID HIERHOLZER 1988-90

MATT KOEMAN 1995-96

reer batting average (.371), home runs (24) and RBI (130)... Also

(nine) and triples (four), while he ranked second in average (.386)

a first baseman and outfielder for the Wildcats from 1973-76... places among the school’s Top 10 in single-season batting average

and home runs (four)... Dropped off offensively as a senior, but

Named first team All-Big Eight Conference as an outfielder in

(.403), RBI (62), home runs (11) and total bases (120)... Led the

still produced a .278 batting average with 18 runs on 37 hits and

1974... Ranks among Kansas State’s Top 10 in six career categories, team each of his three seasons in home runs and RBI... Turned in

12 RBI and six doubles... Signed as a free agent by the Chicago

including at-bats (579), batting average (.349), hits (202), RBI

a nice senior season primarily as a designated hitter, leading the

Cubs in 1974.

(124), triples (19) and total bases (325)... Owns the career mark for

team in runs (27), hits (37), average (.346), RBI (41) and HR (nine).

triples with 19 in his four-year career... Led the team in hits and Wade Johnson (1965-67; Salina, Kan.): Two-year starting

batting average each of his four seasons as a Wildcat... Posted an impressive senior year in 1976, hitting a team-high .356 in 54

Sean Collins (1988-89; Venice, Calif.): Two-year starter as a sec-

games with team-bests in runs (45), hits (62), 2B (11), 3B (six) and

ond baseman and outfielder for the Wildcats from 1988-89... history in career ERA with a 2.25 average... Owns the school’s sin-

RBI (48).

Named honorable mention All-America in 1989... Earned first team

gle-season record for ERA with a 1.09 average in 1966... Saw ac-

All-Big Eight Conference honors as an outfielder in 1989... Selected

tion in 27 games on the mound in his K-State career with an 11-10

honorable mention All-Big Eight Conference in 1988 as a second

record and 111 strikeouts... Had a remarkable junior season in

Elden Auker (1930-32; Norcatur, Kan.): One of the greatest ath-

baseman... Ranks third in career stolen bases in K-State history

1966, posting a 6-2 record and 1.09 ERA with 55 K in 10 games...

letes in Kansas State history... Played football, basketball and base-

with 54 successful attempts, while he places seventh in career bat-

Allowed just eight earned runs (21 total runs) and issued just 18

ball at KSU in the late 1920s and early 1930s and was selected as

ting average with a .356 mark... Ranks third in school history in

BB in 66.1 IP.

an All-American in all three sports... Upon graduation, he had of-

single-season runs with 64 and stolen bases with 33... His best

fers to play both professional football and baseball, but chose

season as a Wildcats came in 1989 when he posted a .361 batting

pitcher for the Wildcats from 1965-67... Ranks second in school

baseball where he embarked on a 10-year major league career... average with a team-high 52 runs on 53 hits... Also tallied 33 RBI

Matt Koeman (1995-96; Grand Junction, Colo.): Two-year

and a team-best seven home runs in 1989... Transferred from El

starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1995-96... Earned first All-Big

cluding the Detroit Tigers (1933-38), Boston Red Sox (1939) and St. Camino (Calif.) Community College in 1988... Drafted in the 13th

Eight Conference honors as a starting pitcher in 1995 and 1996...

Played with three different teams in his major league career, inLouis Cardinals (1940-42)... Saw action in 333 games in his major

round by the Kansas City Royals in 1989.

league career with 261 starts... Compiled a 130-101 career pitch-

Tied for eighth in school history in career wins (13) and ninth in strikeouts (155)... Named to the 1995 Big Eight Conference All-

ing record and 4.42 ERA with 126 complete games and 594 strike-

Tournament Team after tossing a one-run, three-hit complete game

outs in 1,963.1 innings pitched... Struck out the legendary Babe

Bill Droege (1969-72; St. Louis, Mo.): Three-year starter as an

victory over nationally-ranked and No. 2-seeded Oklahoma State

Ruth on four pitches in his first visit to venerable Yankee Stadium

outfielder for the Wildcats from 1969-72... Earned first team All-Big

in an 8-1 Kansas State win... He struck out six Cowboy batters...

in New York... Elected to numerous Halls of Fame, including the

Eight Conference honors as a junior and senior at Kansas State in

Appeared in 28 games for KSU in his career with 25 starts and

state of Kansas and the inaugural Kansas State Sports Hall of Fame

1971 and 1972... Posted his finest season as a junior, leading the

three complete games... Posted a strong senior campaign, com-

class in 1990... Named to Sports Illustrated’s Top 50 greatest sports

team with a .373 batting average as well as 30 RBI, six doubles

piling a 7-5 record and 4.90 ERA in 104.2 innings pitched with 84

figures of the century in the state of KS... Auker passed away in

and four triples in 1971... Ranked second on the 1971 team in hits

strikeouts... Earned Big Eight Conference Pitcher of the Week hon-

Vero Beach,

(41), runs (24) and home runs (three)... Led the team as a senior

ors after he tossed a two-hit complete game in a 7-1 win over de-

Fla., in 2006.

in RBI (28) and triples (four), while he ranked second in hits (36)

fending NCAA champion Oklahoma on April 4, 1995... Led the Big

and runs (20)... Drafted in the eighth round by the Chicago Cubs

Eight Conference in 1995 in strikeouts per nine innings at 10.51...

in 1972.

Transferred from Barton County (Kan.) Community College after a

David Chadd (1987-88; Wichita, Kan.): Two-year starter at first

one-year stint... Drafted in the 30th round by Cleveland in 1996.

base for the Wildcats from 1987-88... Named second team AllAmerica by both the American Baseball Coaches Association and

David Hierholzer (1988-90; Overland Park, Kan.): Three-year

Baseball America in 1988... First All-American at Kansas State for

starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1988-90... Earned first team

Greg Korbe (1975-78; Hays, Kan.): Three-year starter as an out-

current head coach Mike Clark...Earned first team All-Big Eight

All-Big Eight Conference honors as a starting pitcher in 1989 and

fielder for the Wildcats from 1975-78... Twice selected as a first

Conference honors in 1988... Owns the Kansas State career record

1990... Ranks fourth in school history in career strikeouts (192), team All-Big Eight Conference honoree in 1977 and 1978... Ranks

for batting average with a .388 mark... Ranks among the school’s

sixth in wins (15) and seventh in innings pitched (217.1)... Ap-

among the school’s Top 10 in seven career categories, including

Top 10 in four single-season records, including batting average

peared in 43 games for KSU in his career with 28 starts,13 com-

at-bats (633), hits (218), runs (150), RBI (135), doubles (39), home

(.418), hits (84), runs (66) and home runs (11)... Led the team his

plete games and two saves... Had an impressive senior campaign

runs (23) and total bases (338)... Places seventh on K-State’s sin-

senior season in hits (84), runs (66), average (.418), while ranking

for the Wildcats in 1990, posting a 3.13 ERA and 7-5 record in 15

gle-season list for batting average with a .406 mark in 1977... Led

second in doubles (18) and home runs (11)... Transferred from Bar-

games with eight complete games... Led the 1990 team in game

the team in runs, hits and doubles in his junior and senior sea-

ton County (Kan.) Community College in 1987... Currently a scout

starts (14), wins (seven), ERA (3.13), complete games (eight), in-

sons... Posted an impressive junior campaign, leading the team in

for the Detroit Tigers... Was a 2010 inductee to the Kansas Base-

nings pitched (97.1) and strikeouts (90)... Transferred from John-

hits (67), runs (39), average (.406), RBI (36), doubles (16) and

ball Hall of Fame.

son County (Kan.) Community College in 1988... Signed as a free

home runs (nine)... Drafted in the 18th round by the Cincinnati

agent by the Kansas City Royals in 1990.

Reds in 1977 before opting to return to K-State for his senior season... Put up good numbers as a senior, leading the team in hits

Cary Colbert (1982-84; Manhattan, Kan.): Two-year starting

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(57), runs (44), and doubles (eight), while ranking second in aver-

catcher, outfielder, first baseman and designated hitter for the

Bill Huisman (1969-70; Goldfield, Iowa): Two-year starter at

age (.348), RBI (32) and home runs (five)... Drafted in the 26th

Wildcats from 1982-84... Became K-State’s first All-Big Eight Con-

second base for the Wildcats from 1969-70... Named first team

round by the New York Mets in 1978.

ference selection in more than six years when he was named to

All-Big Eight Conference in both 1969 and 1970... Led the 1969

the league’s first team in 1984... Ranks among KSU’s Top 10 in ca-

team in four categories, including hits (44), runs (32), doubles

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GREG KORBE 1975-78

SCOTT POEPARD 1994-97

TED POWER 1974-76

PERK REITEMEIER 1950-51, 1954

ANDY REPLOGLE 1973-75

HEATH SCHESSER 1995-97

CRAIG WILSON 1989-92

JACK WOOLSEY 1967-69

Scott Poepard (1994-97; Forest Lake, Minn.): Four-year starter

Inducted into the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame in Wichita, Kan. (70), RBI (85), home runs (16) and total bases (181) – all accom-

at second base and designated hitter for the Wildcats from 1994-

on Jan. 17, 1998.

plished during a remarkable 1997 senior season... Also paced the

97... Selected three times to the all-conference team... Earned first

1997 team in games played (56), batting average (.409), doubles

team All-Big Eight honors in 1995 and honorable all-conference

(20), triples (nine), on-base percentage (.486), slugging percentage

accolades in 1996 as a second baseman... Selected second team

Ernie Recob (1963-66; Wichita, Kan.): Three-year starter as an

(.764)... Ranked among the Top 10 players in the NCAA in

All-Big 12 by the conference coaches and Dallas Morning News in

outfielder for the Wildcats from 1963-66... Became K-State’s first-

RBI/game (1.52) and triples/game (0.14) during the 1997 season...

1997... Owns the Kansas State career records for at-bats (855), ever two-time first team all-conference selection when he was

Drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the fifth round in 1997.

hits (284), RBI (204), doubles (61), home runs (37) and total bases

named to the All-Big Eight Conference first team in 1963 and

(468)... Also owns season records for doubles (23) and home runs

1966... Ranks eighth in Kansas State history in career batting av-

(16)... Named to the 1995 Big Eight Conference All-Tournament

erage with a .353 mark... Led the team in stolen bases in his jun-

Keith “Kite” Thomas (1947; Kansas City, Kan.): One-year

team... Finished among the team leaders in several offensive cat-

ior and senior campaigns with 12 and 11 successful attempts in

starter as an outfielder for the Wildcats in 1947... Very little is

egories his senior season as his 16 home runs tied him for the

1965 and 1966... Paced the team his senior season in at-bats

known of Thomas’ career at Kansas State due to limited record

team lead with teammate Heath Schesser, while his at-bat (230), (116), hits (45) and runs (21)... Drafted by the NY Yankees in the

keeping at the time... Played major league ball for the Philadel-

hit (90), RBI (70), and total base (161) numbers were second-best

phia Athletics (1952-53) and Washington Senators (1953)... Posted

56th round in 1966.

a .250 batting average in 75 games in 1952 with 24 runs on 29

single totals ever by a Kansas State slugger... Named the first Big

hits and 18 RBI... Passed away on Jan. 7, 1995 in Rocky Mount,

12 Player of the Week on Feb. 17 for his accomplishments at the Arlington Morning News Invitational... Also earned Big 12 Con-

Clarence “Perk” Reitemeier (1950-51, 1954; Lafayette, Ind.):

ference Player of the Week honors on May 5, 1997... Signed as a

Three-year starter as an outfielder and pitcher for the Wildcats

free agent by Minnesota in 1997.

from 1950-51 and 1954... Led team at the plate as well as from the

N.C.

mound... Led the 1950 team with 65 innings pitched and 50 K’s... Craig Wilson (1989-92; Franklin Park, Ill.): Regarded as one of Paced the 1951 team in batting average (.383) and home runs

the best players to ever wear the uniform at Kansas State... Four-

Ted Power (1974-76; Abilene, Kan.): Two-year starting pitcher

(four), while he was tied for the team-lead in runs (10), hits (18), year starter at second base and shortstop for the Wildcats from

for the Wildcats from 1974-76... Holds the Kansas State single-

singles (12), and RBI (eight)... Posted a 4-4 record from the mound

1989-92... Became K-State’s first consensus All-American when he

season record for strikeouts with 99... Saw action in 21 games in

in a team-high 55.2 innings pitched with 16 walks and 35 strike-

was named to the Baseball America first team in 1992... Also

his K-State career with 19 starts and 12 complete games... Posted

outs... Came back in 1954 to led the team in innings pitched again

named to Baseball America’s third team in 1991... Honored as an

a 10-8 career pitching record in 117.1 innings pitched with 148

and also hit .356.

All-American by Collegiate Baseball (second team) in 1992... Be-

strikeouts... Rebounded from an injury-plagued junior season for

came the first and only Kansas State player to be named confer-

a solid senior campaign in 1976... Compiled a 6-5 pitching record

ence Player of the Year when he was named the Big Eight Player

and 2.34 ERA in 73.0 innings pitched his senior year in 11 starts

Andy Replogle (1973-75; Fort Wayne, Ind.): Three-year starting

of the Year in 1992... Member of the 1992 U.S Olympic Baseball

with eight complete games... Played for eight different teams in his

pitcher for the Wildcats from 1973-75... Named second team All-

Team... Member of the 1991 U.S. Pan American Baseball Team...

13-year major league career, including Los Angeles (1981-82), America in 1973... Selected to the first team All-Big Eight Confer-

One of only three players in school history to be named to the all-

Cincinnati (1983-87; 1991), Kansas City (1988), Detroit (1988), St. ence team in both 1973 and 1974 as a starting pitcher... Holds

conference team three times... Honored as a first team All-Big

Louis (1989), Pittsburgh (1990), Cleveland (1992-93) and Cleve-

Kansas State career records for pitching wins (25) and strikeouts

Eight selection in 1991 and 1992 after earning second team all-

land (1993)... Led the National League with 78 appearances in

(223)... Ranks sixth in school history with 234.1 innings pitched... league honors in 1990... Ranks among KSU’s Top 5 in six career

1984... Spent the 1990 season helping Pittsburgh to the National

Set and then tied the KSU single-season mark for pitching wins

categories, including placing second in hits (282), runs scored

League Championship Series in 1990 and starting the sixth game.

with nine in both 1974 and 1975... Compiled a 25-10 career pitch-

(181), doubles (58), triples (15) and third in at-bats (809) and RBI

ing mark and 3.14 ERA in 40 games as a Wildcat with 35 starts

(176).

and 25 complete games... Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in Bobby Randall (1968-69; Gove, Kan.): Two-year starter at short-

1975, he made his major league debut with the Milwaukee Brew-

stop for the Wildcats from 1968-69... Ranks second in school his-

ers in 1978... In his rookie season, he posted a 9-5 record and a

tory in career batting average with a .371 average... Selected in

3.75 ERA... He earned his first major league victory on April 16, as a center fielder for the Wildcats from 1967-69... Became K-

the fourth round of the secondary phase of the 1968 drafted by the

1978 versus Baltimore as he allowed two runs in 5.2 innings

State’s second two-time first team All-Big Eight Conference selec-

Los Angeles Dodgers after a stellar sophomore season at Kansas

pitched.

tion with back-to-back honors in 1967 and 1968... Tied for third on

Jack Woolsey (1967-69; Kansas City, Kan.): Three-year starter

the school’s career list for triples with 14... Led the team in hits,

State when he hit .310.... However, he opted to continue his col-

RBI, triples and home runs in his sophomore and junior seasons...

legiate career... As a junior in 1969, he led the Wildcats with a .394 batting average and earned first team All-Big Eight honors... Fol-

Heath Schesser (1995-97; Manhattan, Kan.): Three-year starter

His best season as a Wildcat came in 1968 when he led the team

lowing his junior campaign, he was once again drafted by the

at shortstop for the Wildcats from 1995-97... Named third team

in hits (37), RBI (33), triples (seven) and home runs (eight), while

Dodgers this time in the second round of the draft’s secondary

All-America by the American Baseball Coaches Association and by

tallying a .339 average... Still the highest drafted player in K-State

phase... Randall played in the Dodgers’ organization for six sea-

the National Collegiate Baseball Writers in 1997... Became K-

history when he was taken in the second round of the 1969 draft

sons before being traded to the Minnesota Twins following the

State’s first All-Big 12 Conference selection when he was named

by the San Francisco Giants.

1975 season... Posted his finest season in 1976 as he played in

to the first team in 1997... Selected honorable mention All-Big

153 games, hit .267, scored 55 runs and hit his only major league

Eight Conference in 1996... Ranks among K-State’s Top 10 in seven

home run... In 1978, he hit a career-best .278... Posted a 424-458-

career categories, including hits (215), runs (163), RBI (170), dou-

1 record in 16 seasons as a head baseball coach at Iowa State Uni-

bles (45), triples (12), home runs (22) and total bases (350)... Owns

versity (1985-95) and at the University of Kansas (1996-2002)... the school single-season marks for at-bats (237), hits (97), runs

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OFFENSIVE RECORDS Season

GAMES PLAYED Career 1. 2. 3. 4.

CRAIG WILSON (1989-92) A two-time All-American, Wilson owns both the single-season and career records for games played and games started in K-State history.

Craig Wilson (1989-92) Brian Culp (1990-93) Todd Fereday (1994-97) David Hendrix (1993-96) Pat Maloney (2000-03) 6. Chris Hess (1993-96) 7. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 8. Steve Anson (1973-76) 9. Drew Biery (2006-09) 10. Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001)

250 212 210 199 199 193 187 184 181 179

1.

Justin Bloxom (2009) Carter Jurica (2009) Nick Martini (2009) Jordan Cruz (2009) Jason King (2009) Dane Yelovich (2009) 7. Craig Wilson (1991) 8. Scott Gilbert (1985) Mark Goodwin (1985) 10. Mike Hinkel (1986) Justin Bloxom (2008)

62 62 62 62 62 62 60 59 59 58 58

Career (Since 1989)

Schesser recorded one of the greatest offensive seasons in K-State history in 1997 as he set seven school marks, including hits (97), runs (70), RBIs (85), at-bats (237), extra-base hits (44), total bases (181) and slugging percentage (.764).

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

Craig Wilson (1989-92) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Brian Culp (1990-93) Scott Poepard (1994-97) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Dave Hendrix (1993-96) Chris Hess (1993-96) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) Drew Biery (2006-09) Heath Schesser (1995-97)

236 212 210 208 192 186 177 168 163 161

Season 1.

6. 7. 8.

Justin Bloxom (2009) Carter Jurica (2009) Jordan Cruz (2009) Jason King (2009) Dane Yelovich (2009) Nick Martini (2009) Craig Wilson (1991) Craig Wilson (1990) Chris Hmielewski (1991) Justin Bloxom (2008) Drew Biery (2009)

62 62 62 62 62 61 60 57 57 57 57

AT-BATS Career

DAVID CHADD (1987-88) A second team All-American in 1988, Chadd set the career batting average record with a .388 mark from 1987-88.

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Jason King (2009) Justin Bloxom (2009) Carter Jurica (2009) Heath Schesser (1997) Nick Martini (2009) Scott Poepard (1997) Craig Wilson (1991) Gabe Luttrell (2002) 9. Dane Yelovich (2009) 10. Scott Poepard (1991) Chad Tabor (1999) Pat Maloney (2002)

247 244 238 237 232 230 228 228 222 221 221 221

Season

GAMES STARTED

HEATH SCHESSER (1995-97)

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

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

Scott Poepard (1994-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Brian Culp (1990-93) David Hendrix (1993-96) Chris Hess (1993-96) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Drew Biery (2006-09) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001)

855 836 809 749 720 712 698 633 622 615

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Game 9,

Yancy Ayres vs. CS-North (4/17/98 at Manhattan)

BATTING AVERAGE Career (Minimum 200 at-bats & 2 years) 1. 2.

David Chadd (1987-88) Bobby Randall (1968-69) Joe Goedert (1981-82) Cary Colbert (1982-84) 5. Glynn Perry (1980-82) 6. Jeff Tuttle (1986-87) 7. Barrett Rice (2005-06) 8. Sean Collins (1988-89) 9. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 10. Ernie Recob (1963-66)

.388 .371 .371 .371 .370 .362 .359 .356 .354 .353

9.

5,

.429 .424 .418 .417 .416 .409 .406 .403 .400 .399

RUNS SCORED Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Todd Fereday (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Scott Poepard (1994-97) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Chris Hess (1993-96) Brian Culp (1990-93) Heath Schesser (1995-97) David Hendrix (1993-96) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001)

189 181 180 178 168 167 163 153 150 139

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

4. 5. 7.

Heath Schesser (1997) David Chadd (1988) Pat Maloney (2002) Sean Collins (1988) Jim Donohue (1988) Chris Hess (1995) Scott Spangenberg (1988)

70 66 66 64 63 63 61

Scott Poepard (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Brian Culp (1990-93) Chris Hess (1993-96) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Heath Schesser (1995-97) David Hendrix (1993-96) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001)

284 282 273 265 248 219 218 215 214 210

Season 1. 2. 3.

6. 7.

Heath Schesser (1997) Scott Poepard (1997) Craig Wilson (1991) Pat Maloney (2002) Justin Bloxom (2009) Craig Wilson (1992) David Chadd (1988) Carter Jurica (2009) Chris Hess (1995) Kasey Weishaar (1999)

97 90 88 88 88 87 84 84 82 82

Game 6, 6,

Bentson Oleen vs. Bethany (5/7/99 at Manhattan, Kan. ) Chris Hess vs. Missouri (4/29/95 at Columbia, Mo.)

EXTRA-BASE HITS Career 1.

Craig Wilson (1989-92) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Scott Poepard (1994-97) 4. David Hendrix (1993-96) 5. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 6. Brian Culp (1990-93) 7. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 8. Mark English (1998-2001) 9. Steve Anson (1973-76) 10. Greg Korbe (1975-78)

94 94 94 85 84 83 79 72 70 68

Season 1. 2. 3.

Season 1. 2.

Eight Players (most recent) Nate Tenbrink vs. Kan. Wesleyan (5/2/06 at Manhattan, Kan.)

HITS

9. Kasey Weishaar (1999) Otto Kaifes (1985) David Chadd (1988) Tom Wheeler (1968) Craig Wilson (1992) Heath Schesser (1997) Greg Korbe (1977) Cary Colbert (1983) Joe Goedert (1981) Glynn Perry (1981)

61 60 60

Game

Season (Minimum 75 at-bats) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Carter Jurica (2009) Kent Gleason (1988) Craig Wilson (1991)

5. 6. 7.

Heath Schesser (1997) Scott Poepard (1997) Joe Goedert (1982) Todd Fereday (1995) Justin Bloxom (2009) Todd Fereday (1997) Craig Wilson (1992) Yancy Ayres (1998) Mark English (2000) Pat Maloney (2002)

44 37 33 33 32 31 30 30 30 30


OFFENSIVE RECORDS Game

LONGEST HIT STREAKS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Chris Hess (1995-96) Otto Kaifes (1987) Pat Maloney (2001) Matt Miller (1994) Brandon Farr (2006) Adam Muenster (2008) 7. J.D. Loudabarger (2001) Scott McFall (1992) Terry Blunt (2005) 10. Six Players (most recent) Joe Roundy (2006)

25 24 20 18 18 18 17 17 17 16 16

SINGLES

8. 9. 10.

Craig Wilson (1989-92) Pat Maloney (2002-03) Scott Poepard (1994-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Brian Culp (1990-93) Chris Hess (1993-96) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Steve Anson (1973-76)

188 181 180 179 165 157 157 150 136 132

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

5. 7.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Ty Soto (2002) Chris Hess (1995) Kasey Weishaar (1999) Carter Jurica (2009) Chad Tabor (1999) Craig Wilson (1991) Pat Maloney (2002) Craig Wilson (1992) Todd Fereday (1996) Justin Bloxom (2009)

63 62 62 62 60 59 58 57 56 56

8. 9.

61 58 57 49 48 45 45 41 40 39

1. 2. 3.

6.

9.

Scott Poepard (1995) Jim Donohue (1988) Joe Goedert (1982) Heath Schesser (1996) Heath Schesser (1997) Yancy Ayres (1998) Scott Poepard (1997) Steve Murphy (2005) David Chadd (1988) Barrett Rice (2006)

11 10 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

23 22 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18

Scott Poepard (1994-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Brian Culp (1990-93) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Otto Kaifes (1984-87) David Hendrix (1993-96) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Mark English (1998-2001) Greg Korbe (1975-78)

204 200 176 175 170 164 163 160 143 135

CHRIS HESS (1995-96) Hess put together the longest hitting streak in school history (25) between the 1995-96 seasons.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8. 9.

Heath Schesser (1997) Scott Poepard (1997) Jeff Hulse (1988) Justin Bloxom (2009) Cary Colbert (1982) Jim Donohue (1988) Craig Wilson (1992) Jason King (2009) Scott Spangenberg (1988) Mark English (2000)

85 70 65 63 62 62 62 61 58 58

Game 10, Bill Barnard vs. Iowa State (5/1/88 at Manhattan, Kan.)

Game 2,

TOTAL BASES

Six Players (most recent) Josh Cavender vs. Howard (4/15/00 at Manhattan, Kan.)

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

Scott Poepard (1994-97) Pat Maloney (2002-03) Todd Fereday (1994-97) David Hendrix (1993-96) Brian Culp (1990-93) Mark English (1998-2001) Otto Kaifes (1984-87) Cary Colbert (1982-84) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Heath Schesser (1995-97)

1. 3. 4. 5.

Scott Poepard (1997) Heath Schesser (1997) Rob Holder (1980) Mark English (2000) Jeff Tuttle (1987) Jim Donohue (1988) Jeff Hulse (1988) Brian Culp (1993) David Hendrix (1994) Jared Goedert (2006) Justin Bloxom (2009)

SCOTT POEPARD (1994-97)

Career

37 36 32 30 29 29 28 24 23 22

Season

Season

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

Season

Antonio Triplett (1981) Joe Goedert (1982) Jeff Moore (1977) Heath Schesser (1997) Jack Woolsey (1968) Garrett Bell (1997) Stu Steele (1966) Steve Anson (1974) Steve Anson (1976) Jeff Sherrer (1979) Don Grause (1981) Scott Graves (1985) Todd Fereday (1997)

Career

Career Scott Poepard (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) David Hendrix (1993-95) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Brian Culp (1990-93) Chris Hess (1993-96) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Drew Biery (2006-09) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Greg Korbe (1975-78)

19 15 14 14 13 12 11 11 10 10

HOME RUNS

DOUBLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Career

Steve Anson (1973-76) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Glynn Perry (1980-82) Jack Woolsey (1967-69) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Stu Steele (1963-65) Antonio Triplett (1981) Jeff Moore (1976-78) Joe Goedert (1981-82)

Season 1. 2. 3.

Four Players (most recent) Jared Goedert vs. South Dakota St. (5/16/06 at Sioux Falls, SD)

RUNS BATTED IN

Career

Season 1. 2.

3,

TRIPLES

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Game

3, Nine Times (most recent) Drew Biery vs. Texas Tech (5/10/09 at Manhattan, Kan.)

16 16 14 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

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

Scott Poepard (1994-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1982-92) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Brian Culp (1990-93) David Hendrix (1993-96) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Steve Anson (1973-76) Chris Hess (1993-96) Mark English (1998-2001)

468 444 433 429 395 363 350 338 325 306 306

Poepard is arguably the greatest hitter in K-State history, holding seven school career marks, including at-bats (855), hits (284), extra-base hits (94), doubles (61), home runs (37), RBIs (204) and total bases (468).

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

Heath Schesser (1997) Scott Poepard (1997) Justin Bloxom (2009) Pat Maloney (2002) Craig Wilson (1991) Craig Wilson (1992) David Chadd (1988) Todd Fereday (1997) Scott Poepard (1995) Mark English (2000) Jason King (2009)

Game 15, Bill Barnard vs. Iowa State (5/1/88 at Manhattan, Kan.)

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181 161 148 143 140 138 135 128 125 125 125

STEVE ANSON (1973-76) The longtime head baseball coach at Washburn University in nearby Topeka, Anson still owns the school career mark for triples (19).

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OFFENSIVE RECORDS STRIKEOUTS

8. 9.

Career

BRIAN CULP (1990-93) An Academic All-American selection in 1992, Culp owns the school career marks for walks (151) and sacrifice flies (16).

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

Scott Poepard (1994-97) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Brad Rippelmeyer (1989-91) Tim Decker (1993-95) David Hendrix (1993-96) Byron Wiley (2006-08) Quinn Cravens (1998-99) J.D. Loudabarger (1997-2001) Justin Bloxom (2007-09) 10. Otto Kaifes (1984-87)

164 155 140 135 133 128 125 118 118 117

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

9. 10.

Quinn Cravens (1999) Quinn Cravens (1998) Nate Tenbrink (2008) Glynn Perry (1981) Garrett Bell (1997) Brad Rippelmeyer (1990) Tim Decker (1995) Byron Wiley (2008) Tim Doty (2002) Seven players (most recent) Justin Bloxom (2009) Jordan Cruz (2009)

67 58 56 53 52 51 51 51 50 49

Career

KASEY WEISHAAR (1998-2001) An honorable mention AllAmerican in 1999 after setting the school single-season mark with a .429 batting average, Weishaar holds the career record for sacrifice flies (16), is third in sacrifice hits (19) and is seventh in hits by pitch (21).

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Brian Culp (1990-93) Adam Green (1993-96) Todd Fereday (1995-96) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Otto Kaifes (1984-87) Scott Poepard (1995-97) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Joe Goedert (1981-82) Tim Decker (1993-95) Chris Hess (1993-95) Byron Wiley (2006-08)

151 124 110 106 104 101 101 95 95 93 93

Season 1. 2. 4. 6. 8. 9.

Chris Bouchard (1995) Jeff Troll (1989) Adam Green (1995) Tim Decker (1995) Terry Blunt (2004) Sean Collins (1988) Brian Culp (1993) Byron Wiley (2007) Otto Kaifes (1986) Sean Collins (1989) Quinn Cravens (1999) Adam Muenster (2009)

48 46 46 45 45 44 44 43 42 42 42 42

1. 2. 3.

Dane Yelovich (2009) Jason Long (2004) Eli Rumler (2007) Ty Soto (2002) 5. Eli Rumler (2006) 6. Tim Doty (2002) 7. Carter Jurica (2009) 8. Otto Kaifes (1986) Graham McAllister (2000) 10. Five Players (most recent) Jordan Cruz (2008) Brett Scott (2008)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Decker, who holds the K-State career mark for stolen bases (61), earned honorable mention All-Big 8 honors in 1995.

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6. 7.

37 29 26 25 25 22 21

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

Brett Scott (2005-08) Drew Biery (2006-09) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) Chad Tabor (1997-2000) Jason Long (2004) Adam Muenster (2007-09) J.D. Loudabarger (1997-2001) Eli Rumler (2004-2007) Tim Decker (1993-95) Dane Yelovich (2008-09)

23 21 19 18 17 17 16 15 14 14

Five players (most recent) Tim Doty (2002) 10. 14 Players (most recent) Jason King (2009)

6 6 5

STOLEN BASES Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tim Decker (1993-95) Russ Ringgenberg (1987-90) Sean Collins (1988-89) Adam Muenster (2007-09) Terry Blunt (2003-2005) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Gary Pridey (1985-86) Gary Holub (1973-76) Brian Culp (1990-93) Dane Yelovich (2008-09)

61 55 54 52 49 47 46 42 42 42

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

Russ Ringgenberg (1989) Tim Decker (1995) Sean Collins (1989) Scott Graves (1985) Scott Gilbert (1985) Gary Pridey (1986) Terry Blunt (2005) Todd Petering (1993) Dane Yelovich (2009) Adam Muenster (2009)

43 37 33 30 27 27 26 25 24 24

Game Season (Since 1981) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Jason Long (2004) Brett Scott (2008) Brandon Farr (2006) Chad Tabor (1998) Mark English (1999) Drew Biery (2009) Dane Yelovich (2009) 8. Jeff Sherrer (1979) Graham McAllister (2000) 10. 16 Players (most recent) Drew Biery (2008)

4, 17 12 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 7

SACRIFICE FLIES Career (Since 1981) 1. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Career Eli Rumler (2004-2007) Drew Biery (2006-09) Jordan Cruz (2006-09) Tim Doty (1999-03) Dane Yelovich (2008-09) Ty Soto (2001-03) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001)

5.

Season

Career (Since 1981)

8.

1. 2. 3. 4.

20 16 15 15 14 13 12 11 11 10

SACRIFICE HITS

HIT BY PITCH

TIM DECKER (1993-95)

20 19 19

Season

7. 8. 9.

WALKS

Chad Tabor (1996-2000) David Hendrix (1993-96) Josh Cavender (1998-2001)

Brian Culp (1990-93) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Jim Donohue (1985-88) David Hendrix (1993-96) Chris Hess (1993-96) Jeff Ryan (1989-92) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Mike Rosenboom (1988-89) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Scott Poepard (1994-97) Jason King (2008-09)

16 16 15 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10

Season (Since 1981) 1. 2. 3.

Kasey Weishaar (2000) Pat Maloney (2002) Jim Donohue (1988) Jeff Ryan (1992)

10 8 7 7

Seven Players (most recent) Nate Tenbrink vs. Le Moyne (3/9/08 at Manhattan, Kan.)

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Season (Minimum 75 at-bats) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Heath Schesser (1997) Scott Poepard (1997) Mark English (2000) David Chadd (1988) Bill Barnard (1988) Craig Wilson (1992) Brian Culp (1993) Pat Maloney (2002) Kasey Weishaar (1999) Craig Wilson (1991)

.764 .700 .691 .672 .667 .660 .649 .647 .628 .614

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Season (Minimum 75 at-bats) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kasey Weishaar (1999) Brian Culp (1991) Chris Bouchard (1995) Byron Wiley (2007) Craig Wilson (1991) Heath Schesser (1997) Adam Green (1995) Chris Hess (1995) Brian Culp (1993) Pat Maloney (2002)

.521 .513 .503 .494 .488 .486 .485 .484 .473 .472


PITCHING RECORDS Season

GAME APPEARANCES Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Daniel Edwards (2005-08) David Johnson (1994-97) Jason Wells (1997-2000) Chase Bayuk (2005-08) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Eric Rollins (2002-05) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Trevor Hurley (2006-08) Thomas Rooke (2008-09)

86 70 68 65 61 60 59 58 58 57

Season 1. 2. 4. 6. 7.

Thomas Rooke (2009) Dan Albrecht (1995) David Johnson (1997) Daniel Edwards (2008) Evan Marshall (2009) Trevor Hurley (2008) Larry Walty (1995) Brian Thompson (1996) Brian Thompson (1997) Thomas Rooke (2008)

32 29 29 28 28 27 25 25 25 25

1. 2. 3.

Career 1 2. 3.

Brad Hutt (2005-08) Andy Replogle (1973-75) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Eric Yanz (1994-97) 5. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 6. Scott Mach (1975-78) Jeff Peterson (1986-89) A.J. Morris (2007-09) 9. Dave Tuttle (1977-74) 10. Jason Wells (1997-2000)

1. 2. 3.

A.J. Morris (2009) Derek Andersen (1999) 10 Players (most recent) Brad Hutt (2007)

1.

Season 1.

5.

8.

Matt Koeman (1996) Brandon Peck (1998) Brett Bagley (2004) A.J. Morris (2009) Derek Andersen (1999) Brad Hutt (2007) Lance Hoge (2009) 12 Players (most recent) Brad Hutt (2008)

16 16 16 16 15 15 15 14 14

COMPLETE GAMES Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

9.

Andy Replogle (1973-75) Scott Mach (1975-78) Dave Tuttle (1974-77) Tom Smith (1985-86) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Ted Power (1974-76) Neal Hudson (1977-78) David Hierholzer (1989-90) Dave Klenda (1970-73) Lon Ostrom (1976-77) Mickey Fleeman (1981-82) Louie Trujillo (1981-82)

25 20 18 14 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

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

(25-13) (25-10) (17-16) (13-20) (13-17) (17-12) (19-10) (22-7) (17-11) (11-16)

15 14 13

(14-1) (6-8)

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

(9-4)

9.

Mike Hinkle (1987) David Hierhoizer (1990)

Mike Hinkle (1986-87) David Hierhoizer (1988-90)

2 2

RELIEF APPEARANCES Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Daniel Edwards (2005-08) David Johnson (1994-97) Thomas Rooke (2008-09) Trevor Hurley (2006-08) Brian Thompson (1996-97) B.J. Kissel (2004-06) Brett Bock (1991-93) Tim Johnson (1998-99) Bryan Peterson (2005-06) 10. Jon Albrecht (1994-95)

86 65 56 52 50 49 46 42 42 39

Season 1. 2.

Thomas Rooke (2009) Dan Albrecht (1995) David Johnson (1997) 4. Daniel Edwards (2008) Evan Marshall (2009) 6. Trevor Hurley (2008) 7. Brian Thompson (1996) Brian Thompson (1997) Thomas Rooke (2008) 10. Tim Johnson (1999) Bryan Peterson (2005) Matt Applegate (2009) James Allen (2009)

326.1 290.1 258.0 252.2 251.2 237.2 236.2 233.1 220.0 217.1

A.J. Morris (2009) Tom Smith (1985) Carlos Torres (2004) Matt Koeman (1996) Adam Cowart (2005) Brad Hutt (2007) Dan Driskill (1992) Brad Hutt (2008) David Hierholzer (1990) Derek Andersen (1999)

BRAD HUTT (2005-08) Hutt owns the Kansas State career record for innings pitched (326.1), while he is second in games started (46).

116.1 114.0 113.2 104.2 100.2 99.2 98.2 98.2 97.2 97.2

WINS 2 2

Season 1.

Brad Hutt (2005-08) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jeff Peterson (1984-89) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Scott Mach (1975-78) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Andy Replogle (1973-75) A.J. Morris (2007-09) David Hierholzer (1988-90)

Season

PITCHING SHUTOUTS

Career 47 46 45 36 35 35 34 33 33 31 31

Career

38 35 33 33 30 29 29 29 28 27

Season

Career

Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Andy Replogle (1973-75) Chase Bayuk (2005-08) 7. Dan Driskill (1991-93) 8. Jeff Peterson (1986-89) A.J. Morris (2007-09) 10. Scott Mach (1975-78) Chris Traylor (1995-98)

11 9 8

PITCHING DECISIONS

GAMES STARTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

INNINGS PITCHED

Tom Smith (1985) Andy Replogle (1974) Five Players

Career 1.

Andy Replogle (1973-75) Brad Hutt (2005-08) 3. A.J. Morris (2007-09) 4. Jeff Peterson (1984-89) 5. Dave Tuttle (1974-77) Scott Mach (1975-78) Dan Driskill (1991-93) 8. Lon Ostrum (1976-77) David Hierholzer (1988-90) 10. Five Players (most recent) Chase Bayuk (2005-08)

Season 1. 2.

7. 31 29 29 28 28 27 25 25 25 24 24 24 24

25 25 22 19 17 17 17 15 15 13

9.

A.J. Morris (2009) Andy Replogle (1974) Andy Replogle (1975) Lon Ostrom (1976) Dan Driskill (1992) Brad Hutt (2007) Nick Horner (1968) David Tuttle (1976) 12 Players (most recent) Brad Hutt (2008)

14 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 7

A.J. MORRIS (2006-09) An All-American by numerous publications, A.J. Morris recorded the best single-season performance by a pitcher in Kansas State history. Morris broke or tied the school record for games started (16), pitching decisions (15), innings pitched (116.1), wins (14) and strikeouts (100).

LOSSES Career 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8.

Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Rob Merriman (1993-94) Kevin Melcher (2001-03) Chris Traylor (1995-98) Six Players (most recent) Chase Bayuk (2005-08) Brad Hutt (2005-08)

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20 17 16 16 15 15 14 13

DAVID JOHNSON (1994-97) Johnson is second in the school’s career and season marks for appearances and saves.

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PITCHING RECORDS Season 1.

7.

ANDY REPLOGLE (1973-75) A first team All-Big 8 selection in 1973 and 1974, Replogle is considered one of the program’s best pitchers. His career strikeout mark of 223 is one of the oldest records still on the books, spanning over 30 years.

Season

Mike Wilkerson (1984) Rob Merriman (1993) Jon Oiseth (1994) Derek Andersen (1999) Brett Bagley (2004) Jim Ripley (2004) 10 Players (most recent) Adam Cowart (2006)

8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bob Haney (1969-70) Wade Johnson (1965-67) Bruce Bennett (1971-72) Stu Lindell (1972-74) Phil Wilson (1967-69)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Wade Johnson (1966) Bob Haney (1970) Stu Lindell (1972) Dick Skelton (1959) Stu Lindell (1974) Bruce Bennett (1972) 7. A.J. Morris (2009) 8. Phil Oliver (1971) 9. Ted Power (1976) 10. James Wesch (1963)

1.92 2.25 2.30 2.36 2.47

1.09 1.34 1.69 1.84 1.91 1.91 2.09 2.22 2.34 2.43

SAVES Career

Edwards, a 2007 and 2008 AllBig 12 selection, owns the career and single-season records for saves, and is the career leader in game appearances and relief appearances.

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

Daniel Edwards (2005-08) David Johnson (1994-97) Eric Rollins (2003-05) Bryan Peterson (2005-06) Brett Bock (1991-93) Marty Darnell (1986-87) Andy Silva (1998) Bill Schafer (1987-88) Steve Scoville (1988-90) Kelvin Day (2000-2001)

26 18 12 12 10 8 8 6 6 6

Season 1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

Daniel Edwards (2008) David Johnson (1997) Daniel Edwards (2007) Andy Silva (1998) Eric Rollins (2003) Bryan Peterson (2006) Five Players (most recent) Mitch Walter (2002)

12 11 11 8 7 7 6

Career 1. 2.

One of K-State’s five Major League players, Ted Power still owns the single-game mark for strikeouts and is second in single-season strikeouts.

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7. 8. 9.

STRIKEOUTS 126 120 116 116 113 113 108 107 104

Career

255 245 221 192 176 166 163 160 151 150

Season

4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Jason Wells (1996-2000) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Chris Traylor (1995-2000) Scott Mach (1975-78) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Kevin Melcher (2001-03) Jeff Peterson (1986-89) Brandon Peck (1997-99)

349 333 333 278 266 264 264 259 239 239

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

RUNS ALLOWED Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Chris Traylor (1995-98) Brandon Peck (1997-99) Jeff Peterson (1985-89) Scott Mach (1975-78) Kevin Melcher (2001-03) Chad Duckers (1999-2002) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Brad Hutt (2005-08)

Season 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Matt Koeman (1996) Brandon Peck (1998) Zach Kimbell (1988) Jason Wells (2000) Rob Merriman (1994) Tom Smith (1986) Dan Driskill (1993) Paul Iseman (1987) Jason Wells (1999) Brett Bagley (2004)

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Jeff Peterson (1985-89) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Chris Traylor (1995-98) Dan Driskill (1991-93) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Brandon Peck (1997-99) Chad Duckers (1999-2002) Rob Merriman (1993-94) Kevin Melcher (2001-03)

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

Jason Wells (2000) Rob Merriman (1994) Derek Andersen (1999) Zach Kimbell (1988) Brett Bagley (2004) Dan Driskill (1993) Matt Koeman (1996) Jason Wells (1999) Tom Smith (1986) Luke Robertson (2001)

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

Andy Replogle (1973-75) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Dave Tuttle (1974-77) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Dave Hierholzer (1988-90) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Jeff Peterson (1984-89) Chris Traylor (1995-98) Luke Robertson (2000-2001) A.J. Morris (2007-09)

A.J. Morris (2009) Ted Power (1976) Dave Tuttle (1976) Derek Andersen (1999) David Hierholzer (1990) Jim Ripley (2004) Luke Robertson (2001) Matt Koeman (1996) Tom Smith (1985) Dan Driskill (1992)

223 219 201 196 192 183 179 172 160 160 160

100 99 95 91 90 90 87 84 82 82

Game 89 86 83 83 79 78 77 73 73 72

201 197 187 172 136 134 127 125 122 118 118

Season

HITS ALLOWED

TED POWER (1974-76)

5.

Brandon Peck (1998) Matt Koeman (1996) Derek Andersen (1999) Carlos Torres (2004) Zach Kimbell (1988) Jason Wells (2000) Dan Driskill (1992) Dan Driskill (1993) Four Players (most recent) Brad Hutt (2008)

Career (Minimum 100 IPs & 2 years)

Season (Minimum 50 IPs)

DANIEL EDWARDS (2005-08)

1. 2. 3.

19, Ted Power vs. Wayne State (1976)

WALKS Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

200 192 191 150 111 110 109 107 105 102

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

71 69 66 61 60 59 57 57 56 56

Jeff Peterson (1985-89) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Gerald Heiman (1960-62) Dave Tuttle (1974-77) Chase Bayuk (2005-08) Rob Merriman (1993-94) Mark Arnold (1969-72) David Johnson (1994-97)

Jon Oiseth (1994) Jon Oiseth (1997) Rob Merriman (1993) Brian Hierholzer (1992) Jason Wells (2000) Eric Yanz (1994) Louie Trujillo (1982) Zach Kimbell (1988) Jeff Peterson (1989) John Caresio (1985)

63 62 58 56 56 55 54 53 53 51

WILD PITCHES Career 1. 3. 4. 6.

Jim Haller (1988-89) Chad Duckers (1999-2002) Kevin Wicker (1993-96) Zack Kimbell (1987-88) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Chris Hmielewski (1989-91) Eric Yanz (1995-97) Jason Wells (1996-2000)

29 29 26 24 24 22 22 22


FIELDING RECORDS 9. Jared Brite (2001-04) 10. Tim Churchman (1991-92)

21 20

4.

7.

Zach Kimbell (1988) Jim Haller (1989) Jim Haller (1988) Jared Brite (2001) Jim McClellan (1988) Chad Duckers (2000) Jim Ripley (2004) Five Players

18 15 14 14 12 12 12 11

HIT BATTERS Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Matt Koeman (1995-96) Brett Bock (1991-93) Eric Yanz (1994-97) Jason Wells (1996-2000) Chad Duckers (1999-2002) Brad Hutt (2005-08) A.J. Morris (2007-09) 9. Spencer Black (2000-2001) 10. Kent Hipp (1990-91) Chris Traylor (1995-98) Chase Mitchell (2005-06)

27 23 22 21 20 20 20 20 19 17 17 17

Season 1. 2. 3. 5.

8.

Jack Witt (1995) Brett Bagley (2004) Matt Koeman (1996) Chase Mitchell (2005) Brett Bock (1992) Spencer Black (2001) Ross Hawley (2002) Five players (most recent) James Allen (2004)

15 14 13 13 12 12 12 10 10

TOTAL CHANCES Career (Since 1978) Mark English (1998-2001) Justin Bloxom (2007-09) Rob Vaughn (2006-09) Craig Wilson (1989-1992) Drew Biery (2006-09) Joe Goedert (1981-82) Otto Kaifes (1984-87) Jason Bichelmeyer (1996-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Chet Savage (1998-99)

1304 1267 1110 1000 990 873 872 866 827 812

Season (Since 1978) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Justin Bloxom (2009) Justin Bloxom (2008) Mark English (1999) Jason Bichelmeyer (1997) Brad Harker (1995) Joe Goedert (1982) Tim Doty (2003) Chet Savage (1999)

431 403

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

Mark English (1998-2001) Justin Bloxom (2007-09) Rob Vaughn (2006-09) Joe Goedert (1981-82) Otto Kaifes (1984-87) Jason Bichelmeyer (1996-97) Chet Savage (1998-99) Chris Hmielewski (1989-91) Dan Skala (1988-90) Jeff Ryan (1989-92)

1190 1166 974 808 793 782 728 656 649 637

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

622 542 493 483 476 471 448 443

20,

ERRORS Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Todd Fereday (1994-97) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) Scott Poepard (1994-97) J.D. Loudabarger (1997-2001) Jim Donohue (1985-88) Ty Soto (2001-03) Chad Tabor (1996-2000) Scott McFall (1990-93) Scott Spangenberg (1987-88) Josh Cavender (1998-2001)

Justin Bloxom (2009) Justin Bloxom (2008) Mark English (1999) Joe Goedert (1982) Jason Bichelmeyer (1997) Scott Gilbert (1985) Brad Harker (1995) Chet Savage (1998) Tim Doty (2003) Mark English (2000)

572 501 457 438 437 436 427 403 397 394

82 69 65 61 54 52 51 47 44 41 41

Season 1. 2.

Season

Kyle Boyer (1999) Todd Petering (1993) Ty Soto (2002) 4. Heath Schesser (1996) J.D. Loudabarger (1998) 6. Todd Fereday (1994) Ryan Saltzgaber (2004) 8. Scott Spangenberg (1988) Scott Poepard (1994) 10. Dan Skala (1986) Craig Wilson (1990)

CRAIG WILSON (1989-92) One of Kansas State’s most recent Major Leaguers, Wilson owns the all-time assists record with 616, while he is fourth in total chances (1000).

32 29 29 28 28 27 27 26 26 24 24

Bold denotes records set in 2009.

Game

FIELDING

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

Mark English (2000) Matt Rosenboom (1989)

PUTOUTS

Season 1. 2. 3.

9. 10.

Three Players (most recent) Chris Carlson vs. Wichita State (3/17/04 at Manhattan)

ASSISTS Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Craig Wilson (1989-92) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Eli Rumler (2004-2007) Scott Poepard (1994-97) J.D. Loudabarger (1998-2001) Drew Biery (2006-09) Chad Tabor (1996-2000) Brett Scott (2005-08) Mark Teague (1980-83)

616 481 469 425 421 411 404 400 354 318

MARK ENGLISH (1998-2001) A second team All-Big 12 selection as a junior in 2000 and arguably the best defensive first baseman in school history, English owns the career marks in total chances and putouts.

Season 1. 2. 3. 4.

Heath Schesser (1997) Carter Jurica (2009) Craig Wilson (1992) Eric Eymann (2005) Drew Biery (2009) 6. Chad Tabor (1999) 7. Craig Wilson (1990) Brett Scott (2008) 9. Scott Poepard (1995) 10. Kyle Boyer (1999)

185 184 182 175 175 167 164 164 159 155

Game 10, Carter Jurica vs. Pacific (2/26/08 at San Diego, Calif.)

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OTTO KAIFES (1984-87) One of Mike Clark’s first allconference selections in 1987, Kaifes ranks fifth in career putouts and seventh in total chances.

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TEAM RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS

RBIs: 25, vs. Missouri Western (2/9/96)

Times Hit by Pitch: 83 in 2009 (62 games)

Games Played, Season: 62 in 1985 (29-33) and 2009 (43-18-1)

FIELDING

Games Won, Season: 43 in 2009 (43-18-1)

Total Bases: 47, two occasions vs. Benedictine (3/21/78) vs. Missouri Western (2/9/96)

Games Lost, Season: 43 in 1994 (13-43)

Stolen Bases: 10, vs. Creighton (3/17/79)

Assists: 687 in 2009 (62 games)

Highest Winning Pct., Season: .857 in 1912 (12-2)

Sacrifice Bunts: 5, vs. Nebraska (4/26/81)

Lowest Winning Pct., Season: .100 in 1958 (2-18)

Times Hit by Pitch: 8, at Wichita State (5/3/00)

Errors: Least: 45, two occasions 1967 (29 games) 1968 (29 games) Most: 134 in 1986 (58 games)

Home Games Won, Season: 30 in 1981 (30-6) Home Games Lost, Season: 17 in 1979 (13-17) Road Games Won, Season: 13 in 1991 (13-15) and 2009 (13-91) Road Games Lost, Season: 26 in 1994 (3-26)

FIELDING

Total Chances: 2,396 in 2009 (62 games) Putouts: 60 vs. Texas (4/9/04) Assists: 22 vs. Wichita State (3/17/04)

League Games Lost, Season: 27 in 1994 (3-27)

Errors: 9, three occasions vs. Haskell Institute (5/8/33) at Northern Iowa (4/26/94) vs. Miami-Ohio (3/14/02)

Longest Winning Streak: 16 from 2/24/06 to 3/24/06

Total Chances: 71, vs. Troy State (3/1/03)

Longest Losing Streak: 16 from 3/21/03 to 4/15/03

PITCHING

Home Winning Streak: 21 from 5/13/05 to 3/31/06

Strikeouts: 19, vs. Wayne State (3/18/76)

Home Losing Streak: 10, 5/9/58 to 5/16/59

Perfect Game: *Mark Arnold, vs. Ottawa (4/21/69)

Road Winning Streak: 6, from 4/26/74 to 3/1/75 and from 4/3/09 to 4/25/09

No-Hitters: Seven occasions Arthur Furey, vs. Emporia (4/17/1906) *Carl Mallon, vs. Ottawa (4/20/1906) *Mark Arnold, vs. Ottawa (4/21/69) *Andy Replogle, vs. Creighton (3/23/73) *Stu Lindell, vs. Bethany (5/9/74) *Lon Ostrom, vs. Oklahoma State (4/3/76) **Chris Hmielewski, vs. Augustana (3/16/91)

League Games Won, Season: 14 in 1974 (14-7) and 2009 (1411-1)

Road Losing Streak: 19, from 5/8/83 to 4/23/84 Conference Winning Streak: 6, four occasions (1934; 1961; 4/12-4/26/68; 4/15-4/23/77) Conference Losing Streak: 15, two occasions (3/31-4/23/84; 3/29-4/19/86) Most Games, Opponent: 322, Kansas

MISCELLANEOUS

Most Losses, Opponent: 178, Oklahoma

Longest Game: 20 innings, vs. Texas (4/9/04)

Most Consecutive Wins, Opponent: 24, Friends (1941-current)

*Seven Innings **Five Innings

Largest Defeat Margin: 27, vs. Kansas (31-4) in 1897 Consecutive Wins to Open Season: 9, two times (1910; 3/10-3/17/79)

Runners Left on Base: 499 in 1995 (53 games)

Highest Fielding Pct.: .972, two occasions 2009 (62 games) 2006 (53 games) Lowest Fielding Pct.: .934 in 1951 (15 games)

Innings Pitched: 547.1 in 2009 (62 games)

Runs Scored, Both Teams: 49, vs. Oklahoma (4/13/86) – 22-27 (L)

Largest Victory Margin: 26, vs. St. Francis (30-4) on 3/6/05

Double Plays: 64 in 2009 (62 games)

PITCHING

Most Wins, Opponent: 161, Kansas

Most Consecutive Losses, Opponent: 28, Oklahoma (1982-88)

Putouts: 1,642 in 2009 (62 games)

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING

At-Bats: 2,126 in 2009 (62 games)

Hits Allowed: Least: 148 in 1959 (13 games) Most: 630 in 2003 (52 games) Runs Allowed: Least: 108 in 1961 (20 games) Most: 494 in 1994 (56 games) Earned Runs Allowed: Least: 77 in 1966 (33 games) Most: 394 in 1994 (56 games) Doubles Allowed: Least: 22 in 1966 (33 games) Most: 136 in 1999 (55 games) Triples Allowed: Least: 4 in 1980 (44 games) Most: 33 in 1994 (56 games) Home Runs Allowed: Least: 7, two occasions 1961 (20 games) 1967 (29 games) Most: 66 in 2002 (55 games) Walks: Least: 76 in 1964 (23 games) Most: 393 in 1994 (56 games)

Runs Scored: 564 in 1988 (58 games)

Hits: 675 in 2009 (62 games)

Strikeouts: Least: 38 in 1959 (13 games) Most: 453 in 2009 (62 games)

Doubles: 145 in 1997 (56 games) Hit Batters: 71, 2003 (52 games)

Consecutive Losses to Open Season: 8 from 3/14-3/17/73

Triples: 38 in 1982 (56 games)

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS BATTING

RBIs: 477 in 1997 (56 games)

Wild Pitches: 69 in 1988 (58 games) Home Runs: 75 in 1997 (56 games) Balks: 14 in 2003 (52 games)

At-Bats: 72, vs. Texas (4/9/04) Runs Scored: 30, vs. Missouri (1934) and vs. St. Francis (2005) *28, vs. Friends (3/1/86) – 28-3 *28, vs. Missouri Western (2/9/96) – 28-7

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Passed Balls: 29 in 1996 (54 games) Total Bases: 1,099 in 1997 (56 games) Batting Average: .339 in 1988 (58 games)

Opponent Batting Avg.: Lowest: .216 in 1968 (31 games) Highest: .335 in 2003 (52 games)

Slugging Percentage: .536 in 1997 (56 games) On-Base Percentage: .447 in 1988 (58 games)

Hits: 26, four occasions vs. Missouri (4/21/34) vs. Missouri Western (2/9/96) vs. St. Francis (3/6/05) vs. North Dakota State (3/14/05)

Stolen Bases: 149 in 2009 (62 games)

Doubles: 11, vs. St. Francis (3/6/05)

Sacrifice Bunts: 60 in 2004 (56 games)

Triples: 5, vs. Benedictine (3/14/81)

Sacrifice Flies: 39 in 2002 (55 games)

Home Runs: 7, three occasions (most recent) vs. South Dakota State (5/16/06)

Walks: 382 in 1995 (53 games)

Earned Run Avg.: Lowest: 2.93 in 1966 (236.1 IP) Highest: 9.89 in 1959 (91.0 IP) Shutouts Pitched: 8 in 1969 (32 games)

Stolen Base Attempts: 194 in 2009 (62 games) Times Caught Stealing: 45 in 2009 (62 games)

Complete Games: 31, two occasions 1976 (54 games) 1977 (51 games) Saves: 16 in 2007 (58 games)

Strikeouts: 433 in 2008 (58 games)

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LAST TIME/CLASS RECORDS THE LAST TIME... A K-State Hitter Had (Single Game)... Eight At-Bats ______________________________________Four players, vs. Texas, 4/9/04 Seven At-Bats __________________________________Jordan Cruz, vs. Le Moyne, 3/8/08 Six Hits __________________________________________Ben Oleen, vs. Bethany, 5/7/99 Five Hits ______________________________________Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier, 5/29/09 Four Hits __________________________________Nick Martini, vs. North Dakota, 4/29/09 Five Runs ______________________________Nate Tenbrink, vs. Kansas Wesleyan, 5/2/06 Four Runs________________________________________Nick Martini, vs. Butler, 3/14/09 Three Doubles__________________________________Drew Biery, vs. Texas Tech, 5/10/09 Two Doubles ____________________________________Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier, 5/29/09 Two Triples____________________________________Josh Cavender, vs. Howard, 4/15/01 Two Grand Slams ______________________________Todd Fereday, at Iowa State, 4/2/94 Grand Slam ____________________________________Justin Bloxom, vs. Butler, 3/14/09 Hit For the Cycle ______________________________Heath Schesser, vs. Bethany, 4/30/97 Nine RBIs ________________________________Drew Biery, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Seven RBIs ________________________________Drew Biery, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Six RBIs __________________________________________Drew Biery, vs. Butler, 3/14/09 Five RBIs __________________________Jordan Cruz and Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier, 5/29/09 10+ Total Bases ________________________________Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier, 5/29/09 Four Walks ____________________________________Terry Blunt, vs. Texas Tech, 4/17/05 Three Walks____________________________________David Masters, vs. Niagara, 3/6/09 Four Strikeouts ____________________________________Jason King, at Texas , 4/26/09 Stole Home ________________________________Jason King, at Oklahoma State, 5/1/09 Three Stolen Bases______________________________Adam Muenster, at Baylor, 3/28/08 Three Home Runs ________________________Jared Goedert, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Two Home Runs ________________________________Justin Bloxom, vs. Xavier, 5/29/09 Two Home Runs in an Inning ________________________Jeff Hulse, vs. Kansas, 4/16/88 Inside-the-Park Home Run __________________Terry Blunt, vs. South Dakota St., 5/17/05 Lead-off Home Run______________________________Jordan Cruz, at California, 2/22/08 Walk-off Home Run __________________________Drew Biery, vs. Northwestern, 3/24/09 Back-to-Back Home Runs ______________Justin Bloxom and Jason King, at Texas, 4/24/09 Pinch-Hit Home Run ____________________Jordan Cruz, vs. North Dakota State, 3/11/07 Home Run from Both Sides __________________________Brian Bobier, at Texas, 3/21/97 15-game hitting streak ________________________________Adam Muenster (18), 2008 Walk-Off Hit ____________________________________Jason King, vs. Le Moyne, 3/8/08 Pinch-Hit Walk-Off Hit ____________________________Cris Tapia, vs. Texas Tech, 4/17/05

A K-State Pitcher Had (Single Game)... Perfect Game __________________________________Mark Arnold, vs. Ottawa, 4/21/69 No-Hitter ______________________________Lon Ostrom (7), vs. Oklahoma State, 4/3/76 Combined No-Hitter ____________D. Christensen & G. McNamara (5), vs. Friends, 2/26/91 Combined One-Hitter ______________J. Ripley, E. Rollins, M. Petersen, vs. Alabama, 3/7/04 Two-Hitter ____________________________________Chase Mitchell, vs. Kansas, 4/29/05 Combined Three-Hitter ________________Morris, Vogel, Murray, vs. Illinois State, 5/15/07 Complete Game______________________________________A.J. Morris, at Rice, 5/30/09 Complete Game Shutout ____________________Lance Hoge, vs. Oklahoma State, 3/30/08 15+ Strikeouts ____________________________Derek Andersen (15), vs. Kansas, 5/1/99 10+ Strikeouts ________________________________A.J. Morris (10), at Baylor, 3/27/09 A K-State Team Had (Single Game)... Scored 30+ Runs ______________________________________30, vs. St. Francis, 3/6/05 Scored 25+ Runs ______________________________________26, vs. Washburn, 5/4/05 Scored 20+ Runs __________________________________22, vs. North Dakota, 4/29/09 Had 25+ Hits __________________________________26, vs. North Dakota State, 3/14/05 Had 20+ Hits ______________________________________23, vs. North Dakota, 4/29/09 Had 10 Doubles ________________________________________10, vs. St. Francis, 3/6/05 Had Three Triples __________________________________________vs. Howard, 4/14/00 Had Seven Home Runs ______________________________at South Dakota St., 5/16/06 Had Five Home Runs ________________________________________vs. Butler, 3/14/09 Had Four Home Runs ________________________________________vs. Butler, 3/14/09 Had 10+ Walks ________________________________________10, vs. Nevada, 2/27/09 Stole 10+ Bases ______________________________________10, vs. Creighton, 3/17/79 Had a Shut Out ____________________________________________at Kansas, 5/16/08 Had Two or Less Hits ____________________________________1, at California, 2/22/08 Struck Out 15 batters ____________________________15, vs. South Dakota State, 3/1/06 Was Shut Out – Overall ________________________________________at Rice, 5/31/09 Was Shut Out – At Home __________________________________vs. Texas Tech, 5/8/09 Was Shut Out – On the Road ____________________________________at Rice, 5/31/09 Played a 20-Inning Game ______________________________________vs. Texas, 4/9/04 Defeated a Ranked Opponent ________________________________vs. #6 Rice, 5/30/09 Defeated a No. 1-Ranked Team ________________________________at #1 Texas, 4/3/05

SEASON CLASS RECORDS AT-BATS Freshman 232, Nick Martini ________________2009 Sophomore 247, Jason King __________________2009 Junior 244, Justin Bloxom ______________2009 Senior 230, Scott Poepard ________________1997 BATTING AVERAGE Freshman .346, Steve Anson __________________1973 Sophomore .429, Kasey Weishaar ______________1999 Junior .409, Heath Schesser________________1997 Senior .418, David Chadd ________________1988 HITS Freshman 78, Nick Martini__________________2009 Sophomore 84, Carter Jurica ________________2009 Junior 97, Heath Schesser ________________1997 Senior 90, Scott Poepard __________________1997 RUNS SCORED Freshman 54, Nick Martini__________________2009 Sophomore 61, Carter Jurica ________________2009 Junior 70, Heath Schesser ________________1997 Senior 67, Ryan Baldwin __________________2003

RUNS BATTED IN Freshman 50, Brett Reid ____________________1999 Nick Martini __________________2009 Sophomore 61, Jason King __________________2009 Junior 85, Heath Schesser ________________1997 Senior 70, Scott Poepard __________________1997

TOTAL BASES Freshman 111, Nick Martini ________________2009 Sophomore 125, Scott Poepard ________________1995 Jason King __________________2009 Junior 181, Heath Schesser ________________1997 Senior 161, Scott Poepard ________________1997

DOUBLES Freshman 17, Nick Martini__________________2009 Sophomore 23, Scott Poepard __________________1995 Junior 20, Heath Schesser ________________1997 Senior 22, Jim Donohue __________________1988

STOLEN BASES Freshman 19, Mark Nordyke __________________1979 Nick Martini __________________2009 Sophomore 23, Carter Jurica ________________2009 Junior 43, Russ Ringgenberg ______________1989 Senior 37, Tim Decker ____________________1995

TRIPLES Freshman 7, Garrett Bell ____________________1997 Sophomore 6, Steve Anson ____________________1974 Junior 11, Antonio Triplett ________________1981 Senior 10, Joe Goedert __________________1982 HOME RUNS Freshman 7, Brian Culp______________________1990 Todd Fereday __________________1994 Sophomore 12, David Hendrix __________________1994 Junior 16, Heath Schesser ________________1997 Senior 16, Scott Poepard __________________1997 Ryan Baldwin __________________2003

PITCHING WINS Freshman 7, Andy Replogle __________________1973 Sophomore 9, Andy Replogle __________________1974 Dan Driskill ____________________1992 Junior 14, A.J. Morris __________________2009 Senior 7, Matt Koeman __________________1996 Brad Hutt ______________________2008

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Freshman 1.24, Ben Hornbeck ________________2006 Sophomore 2.34, Ted Power __________________1976 Junior 1.09, Wade Johnson ________________1966 Senior 1.34, Bob Haney __________________1970 STRIKEOUTS Freshman 78, Andy Replogle__________________1973 Sophomore 99, Ted Power ____________________1976 Junior 100, A.J. Morris __________________2009 Senior 90, Jim Ripley ____________________2004 SAVES Freshman 5, James Allen __________________2009 Sophomore 7, Eric Rollins ____________________2003 Junior 11, David Johnson__________________1997 Daniel Edwards ________________2007 Senior 12, Daniel Edwards ________________2008

INNINGS PITCHED Freshman 78.2, Andy Replogle ________________1973 Sophomore 98.2, Dan Driskill __________________1992 Junior 116.1, A.J. Morris ________________2009 Senior 113.2, Carlos Torres ________________2004

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WILDCAT HONOR ROLL NATIONAL HONORS Player of the Year Awards A.J. Morris __________________________________2009 • Golden Spikes Award Finalist • College Baseball Foundation Pitcher of the Year Finalist • Dick Howser Trophy Semifinalist Drew Biery __________________________________2009 • Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist U.S. National Team Craig Wilson, SS ________________________________1988 All-America Honors First Team

Brian Culp, OF __________________________________1992 Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2008 Third Team Kevin Kaufman, 1B ______________________________1990 Chris Hess, OF __________________________________1993 Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2007

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII Charley Clark, IF ________________________________1972 Keith Hungate, IF________________________________1972 Glynn Perry, OF ________________________________1982 Mike Hinkle, P __________________________________1988 Kevin Kaufman, DH ______________________________1990 Jeff Ryan, C ____________________________________1991 Brian Culp, OF __________________________________1992 Chris Hess, OF __________________________________1993 Josh Marn, IF __________________________________1998 Tim Doty, C ____________________________________2000 Tim Doty, DH __________________________________2002 Kevin Melcher, P ________________________________2002 Tim Doty, 1B __________________________________2003 Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2007 Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2008 Jason King, IF ________________________________2009 Thomas Rooke, P ______________________________2009

General • Elden Auker, P ________________________________1932 American Baseball Coaches Association • Jack Woolsey, OF ______________________________1968 • A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________________2009 Baseball America • Craig Wilson, SS ______________________________1992 • A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________________2009 Collegiate Baseball • A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________________2009 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association • A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________________2009 PING!Baseball • A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________________2009 Rivals.com • A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________________2009

Senior CLASS Award Finalist Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2008

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REGIONAL HONORS

General • Andy Replogle, P ______________________________1973 American Baseball Coaches Association • David Chadd, DH ______________________________1988 Baseball America • David Chadd, DH ______________________________1988 Collegiate Baseball • Craig Wilson, SS ______________________________1992

American Baseball Coaches Association All-Midwest Region Team Heath Schesser, SS (First Team) ____________________1997 Scott Poepard, DH (Second Team) __________________1997 Pat Maloney, OF (First Team) ______________________2002 Daniel Edwards, RP (Second Team) __________________2007 Daniel Edwards, RP (Second Team) __________________2008 A.J. Morris, SP (First Team) ______________________2009

Third Team Baseball America • Craig Wilson, SS ______________________________1991 American Baseball Coaches Association • Heath Schesser, SS ____________________________1997 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association • Heath Schesser, SS ____________________________1997 • Daniel Edwards, P______________________________2007

American Baseball Coaches Association Midwest Region Coach of the Year Brad Hill ____________________________________2009

Honorable Mention American Baseball Coaches Association • Sean Collins, OF ______________________________1989 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association • Kasey Weishaar, OF ____________________________1999

Conference Coach of the Year Mike Clark ____________________________1990 (Big Eight) Brad Hill ______________________________2009 (Big 12) Conference Player of the Year Craig Wilson, SS ________________________1992 (Big Eight) Conference Pitcher of the Year A.J. Morris, RHP ________________________2009 (Big 12)

Freshman Mizuno • Todd Fereday, 3B ______________________________1994 Collegiate Baseball • Ben Hornbeck, P ______________________________2006 • Thomas Rooke, P ______________________________2008 • James Allen, P ______________________________2009 • Nick Martini, OF ____________________________2009 Player of the Week Honors National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association • Jim Ripley ________________________________3/10/04 Collegiate Baseball • Jim Ripley ________________________________3/10/04

NATIONAL ACADEMIC GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America Selections First Team Jeff Ryan, C ____________________________________1991

Second Team Charley Clark, IF ________________________________1972 Keith Hungate, IF________________________________1972 Glynn Perry, OF ________________________________1982 Mike Hinkle, P __________________________________1988

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NCBWA District Player of the Year A.J. Morris__________________________2009 (District VI)

Enos Semore Sportsmanship Award Dan Skala, C __________________________________1990 Big Eight Conference All-Tournament Team Jon Yeagley, DH ________________________________1976 Matt Koeman, P ________________________________1995 Scott Poepard, 2B ______________________________1995 Todd Fereday, 3B ________________________________1996 Big 12 Conference All-Tournament Team Osmar Castillo, SS ______________________________2002 Pat Maloney, OF ________________________________2002 Ty Soto, Utility__________________________________2002 Brad Hutt, P __________________________________2007 Drew Biery, SS __________________________________2008 Nate Tenbrink, 3B ______________________________2008 Daniel Edwards, P ______________________________2008 NCAA All-Regional Team Justin Bloxom, IF______________________2009 (Houston) Jordan Cruz, OF ______________________2009 (Houston) Nick Martini, OF ______________________2009 (Houston) A.J. Morris, RHP ______________________2009 (Houston)

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Big 12 Conference Player/Pitcher of the Week Scott Poepard, DH ____________________________2/17/97 David Johnson, P______________________________3/24/97 Scott Poepard, OF ______________________________5/5/97 Derek Andersen, P ______________________________5/3/99 Chad Tabor, 2B ______________________________4/10/00 Josh Cavender, C ______________________________2/12/01 Pat Maloney, OF ______________________________4/17/01 Mark English, 1B ______________________________5/1/01 Luke Robertson, P ______________________________5/7/01 Osmar Castillo, SS ______________________________4/1/02 Mitch Walter, RP (co) ____________________________4/8/02 Ty Soto, 3B (co) ______________________________4/29/02 Brock Smith, SP ______________________________5/13/02 Jonathan Gutierrez, SP (co) ______________________5/20/02 Zack Saunders, Utility __________________________4/22/03 Jim Ripley, P ________________________________3/10/04 Steve Murphy, OF ____________________________3/30/04 Terry Blunt, OF ________________________________3/9/05 Chase Mitchell, SP______________________________5/3/05 Steve Murphy, OF ____________________________5/10/05 Brandon Farr, C ______________________________4/18/06 Brad Hutt, P __________________________________5/9/06 Brad Hutt, P ________________________________5/23/06 Chase Bayuk, P ______________________________4/17/07 Lance Hoge, P ________________________________3/31/08 Brad Hutt, P ________________________________4/28/08 A.J. Morris, P ______________________________3/30/09

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 First Team Chris Traylor, P__________________________________1997 Jason Wells, P __________________________________1997 Josh Marn, IF __________________________________1998 Jason Wells, P __________________________________2000 Chad Duckers, P ________________________________2000 Chad Duckers, P ________________________________2002 Kevin Melcher, P __________________________2002, 2003 Tim Doty, DH ______________________________2002, 2003 Brad Anzman, OF ______________________________2003 Chris Carlson, IF ________________________________2004 Jason Long, IF __________________________________2004 Danny Wilson, P ________________________________2004 B.J. Kissel, P____________________________________2005 Chase Bayuk, P ________________________________2006 Brad Hutt, P __________________________________2006 B.J. Kissel, P____________________________________2006 Matt Marasco, IF ________________________________2006 Chase Mitchell, P ______________________________2006 Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2006 Chase Bayuk, P ________________________________2007 Brad Hutt, P __________________________________2007 Justin Murray, P ________________________________2007 Brett Scott, IF __________________________________2007 Todd Vogel, P __________________________________2007 Chase Bayuk, P ________________________________2008 Brad Hutt, P __________________________________2008 Brett Scott. IF __________________________________2008 Todd Vogel, P __________________________________2008 Carter Jurica, IF ______________________________2009 Jason King, IF ________________________________2009 Thomas Rooke, P ______________________________2009 Todd Vogel, P ________________________________2009 Second Team Mark English, 1B ________________________________2000 Kelvin Day, P __________________________________2001 Brad Anzman, OF ______________________________2002 James Brazeal, P ________________________________2002 Ty Soto, 3B ______________________________2002, 2003 Terry Blunt, OF ________________________________2003 Gabe Lutrell, OF ________________________________2003 Brandon Taylor, 2B ______________________________2003 Terry Blunt, OF ________________________________2004 Josh Heinrich, C ________________________________2004 Terry Blunt, OF ________________________________2005 Steve Murphy, OF ______________________________2005 Nate Tenbrink, IF ________________________________2007 A.J. Morris, P __________________________________2008 Nate Tenbrink, IF ________________________________2008


WILDCAT HONOR ROLL Honorable Mention Garrett Bell ____________________________________1997 Ryan Buell, OF__________________________________1997 Casey Cook, P __________________________________1997 Josh Marn, IF __________________________________1997 David Meares, P ________________________________1997 Eric Sommerhauser, OF __________________________1997 Mark English, IF ________________________________1998 Chet Savage, C ________________________________1998 Jason Wells, P __________________________________1999 Chet Savage, C ________________________________1999

BIG 12 COMMISSIONER’S SPRING HONOR ROLL Brett Ames __________________________________2005 Chase Bayuk ________________________2005, 2006, 2008 Conner Beer __________________________________2008 Terry Blunt ______________________________2004, 2005 Stephen Boidock ____________________2005, 2006, 2007 Derek Bunker ________________________________2008 Sean Clancy __________________________________2005 Adam Cowart ____________________________2005, 2006 Jordan Cruz __________________________________2008 Scott Cure ____________________________________2008 Ryan Daniel __________________________________2009 Daniel Dellasega ________________2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Daniel Edwards __________________________2006, 2008 Eric Eymann __________________________________2005 Andrew Giambrone ____________________________2006 Matt Giller ______________________________2008, 2009 Jared Goedert ________________________________2006 Ben Hornbeck ______________________2006, 2007, 2008 Trevor Hurley ________________________________2008 Chris Huseman ________________________________2004 Brad Hutt ______________________2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Chad Jasman __________________________________2009 Carter Jurica ____________________________2008, 2009 Jason King ______________________________2008, 2009 B.J. Kissel ________________________________2004, 2006 Robbie Knight ________________________________2006 Justin Lindsey ________________________________2009 Kyle Livingstone ______________________________2007 Jason Long __________________________________2004 Matt Marasco ______________________2004, 2005, 2006 David Masters ________________________________2009 Jordan Meyers ________________________________2005 Chase Mitchell ________________________________2006 A.J. Morris ______________________________2006, 2008 Brett Muegge ________________________________2006 Steve Murphy ________________________________2004 Matt Peterson ________________________________2004 Dustin Rasco __________________________________2006 Chris Reese __________________________________2008 Barrett Rice __________________________________2006 Eric Rollins __________________________________2005 Thomas Rooke____________________________2008, 2009 Dan Rumsey __________________________________2009 Jason Russell__________________________________2005 Brett Scott ________________2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Max Simon __________________________________2004 Sean Smith __________________________________2007 Nate Tenbrink ____________________________2006, 2008 Zac Troilo ____________________________________2004 Rob Vaughn ________________________2006, 2008, 2009 Todd Vogel ____________________2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Mitchell Walter ________________________________2005 Cameron Welch________________________________2008 Julian Williams ________________________________2004 Danny Wilson ________________________________2004 Dane Yelovich ________________________________2008 * since 2004

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS Coaches’ All-Big Eight 1958 ________________________________Paul Bader, OF 1963 ________________________________Ernie Recob, OF 1965 __________________________________Joe Beck, 1B ______________________________________Stu Steele, 3B 1966 ________________________________Ernie Recob, OF 1967 ______________________________Jack Woolsey, OF 1968__________________________________Nick Horner, P

____________________________________Tom Wheeler, 2B ____________________________________Jack Woolsey, OF 1969 ________________________________Bill Huisman, 2B __________________________________Bobby Randall, SS 1970 ________________________________Bill Huisman, 2B 1971 ________________________________Charlie Coe, 2B ____________________________________Bill Droege, OF 1972 ________________________________Bill Droege, OF ______________________________________Bob Lesslie, P 1973 ______________________________Andy Replogle, P 1974 ________________________________Steve Anson, OF ____________________________________Andy Replogle, P 1975 ________________________________Dave Specht, OF 1977 ________________________________Greg Korbe, OF 1978 ________________________________Greg Korbe, OF ______________________________________Tim Pepper, C 1984________________________________Cary Colbert, DH 1985 __________________________________Tom Smith, P 1987 ________________________________Mike Hinkle, UT 1988 ______________________________David Chadd, DH 1989 ______________________________David Hierholzer, P ____________________________________Sean Collins, OF 1990 ______________________________David Hierholzer, P 1991 ________________________________Craig Wilson, SS ______________________________________Kent Hipp, P 1992 ________________________________Craig Wilson, SS 1993 ________________________________Brian Culp, UT 1995 ________________________________Chris Hess, OF ____________________________________Matt Koeman, P __________________________________Scott Poepard, 2B 1996 ________________________________Matt Koeman, P Coaches’ All-Big 12 1997 ______________________________Heath Schesser, SS 1999______________________________Kasey Weishaar, OF 2001 ________________________________Pat Maloney, OF 2002 ________________________________Pat Maloney, OF ________________________________________Ty Soto, 3B 2007______________________________Daniel Edwards, RP 2009__________________________________A.J. Morris, SP

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM SELECTIONS Coaches’ All-Big Eight 1987 __________________________________Jeff Turtle, DH 1988 __________________________________Jeff Hulse, C 1990 ________________________________Craig Wilson, SS ______________________________________Kent Hipp, P __________________________________Steve Scoville, 1B 1991 ____________________________Brad Rippelmeyer, 3B ________________________________________Jeff Ryan, C 1992 ________________________________Brian Culp, OF ______________________________________Dan Driskill, P 1994 ______________________________David Hendrix, 1B ____________________________________Matt Miller, DH 1995 ______________________________Chris Bouchard, C __________________________________David Hendrix, DH ____________________________________Jon Albrecht, RP 1996________________________________Todd Fereday, 3B __________________________________David Hendrix, UT ____________________________________David Johnson, P

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION Coaches’ All-Big Eight 1987 ________________________________Otto Kaifes, 1B ____________________________________Marty Darnell, P 1988 ________________________________Sean Collins, 2B ______________________________Scott Spangenberg, SS ____________________________________Jim Donohue, 3B ____________________________________Reese Beers, OF 1990 __________________________________Jeff Troll, 2B ______________________________________Dan Skala, C ______________________________________Brian Culp, OF __________________________________Kevin Kaufman, DH 1991 ________________________________Brian Culp, OF 1992 __________________________________Brett Bock, P 1993 ______________________________David Hendrix, 1B __________________________________Todd Petering, SS ______________________________________Chris Wolf, OF 1994 ________________________________Jay Kopriva, 2B __________________________________Chris Bouchard, C 1995 ________________________________Tim Decker, OF ________________________________________Eric Yanz, P ______________________________________Larry Walty, P 1996 ______________________________Scott Poepard, 2B __________________________________Heath Schesser, SS ______________________________________Chris Hess, OF ______________________________________Jon Oiseth, P Coaches’ All-Big 12 1998 ________________________________Yancy Ayres, C ______________________________________Josh Marn, 3B ______________________________Eric Sommerhauser, OF 1999 ________________________________Chad Tabor, 2B 2001 ______________________________Osmar Castillo, SS ____________________________________Josh Cavender, C ______________________________________Kelvin Day, P __________________________________Luke Robertson, P ____________________________________Scott Tallman, P __________________________________Kasey Weishaar, OF 2002 ______________________________Osmar Castillo, SS ______________________________________Tim Doty, DH ____________________________________Mitch Walter, RP 2003 ________________________________Ryan Baldwin, C ______________________________________Tim Doty, DH ____________________________________Pat Maloney, OF ____________________________________Eric Rollins, RHP 2004 ________________________________Terry Blunt, OF 2005 ________________________________Terry Blunt, OF __________________________________Steve Murphy, OF 2006 ________________________________Brandon Farr, C ____________________________________Barrett Rice, OF ____________________________________Joe Roundy, OF 2007 __________________________________Brad Hutt, P 2008 __________________________________Brad Hutt, P 2009 ________________________________Drew Biery, SS __________________________________Justin Bloxom, 1B ____________________________________Jordan Cruz, OF ____________________________________Jason King, 3B ____________________________________Nick Martini, OF

Coaches’ All-Big 12 1997____________________________Jason Bichelmeyer, 1B __________________________________Scott Poepard, DH ________________________________________Eric Yanz, P ____________________________________David Johnson, P 1998 __________________________________Andy Silva, P 1999 ________________________________Tim Johnson, P 2000 ______________________________Mark English, 1B 2001 ____________________________J.D. Loudabarger, 2B 2002 ______________________________Franco Pezely, RP 2004 ______________________________Steve Murphy, OF 2006 ______________________________Jared Goedert, 3B 2007 ________________________________Byron Wiley, OF 2008 ______________________________Daniel Edwards, P 2009 ________________________________Carter Jurica, 2B

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WILDCATS IN MLB JOHN A. BILLINGS Catcher (1913-1923) Cleveland Indians, St. Louis Browns and Boston Red Sox

BOBBY RANDALL Second Base (1976-80) Minnesota Twins

Tabbed as the “Best catcher ever,” according to coach Mike Ahearn, John A. Billings enjoyed an 11-year career in the major leagues with the Cleveland Indians, St. Louis Browns and Boston Red Sox.

Randall was stalwart in the Minnesota Twins’ infield for four seasons. He was involved in the Twins’ league-record 203 double plays turned during the 1979 season. Randall had his finest season in 1976, his first in Minnesota, as he played in 153 games, hit .267, scored 55 runs and hit his only major-league home run. In 1978, he hit a career-best .278. Randall, a pure contact hitter, averaged one strikeout for every 13 at bats during his major-league career.

ELMER “BUTCH” NEIMAN Outfield (1943-1945) Boston Braves Born on February 8, 1918, in Herkimer, Kansas, Elmer Newman lettered in 1939 for Kansas State before catching on with the Boston Braves. The lefty played three season in Bean Town, playing in over 100 games in his first two season, before finishing his career on September 30, 1945. Year 1943 1944 1945 Career

Team Boston Braves Boston Braves Boston Braves Three Seasons

League National National National

AVG .251 .265 .247 .256

G 101 134 97 332

AB 335 468 247 1050

R 39 65 43 147

H 84 124 61 269

2B 15 16 15 46

3B 8 6 0 14

HR 7 16 14 37

RBI 46 65 56 167

BB 39 47 43 129

SO 39 47 33 119

League American American American

AVG .250 .122 .293 .233

G 75 24 38 138

AB 116 49 58 223

R 24 1 10 35

H 29 6 17 52

2B 6 0 3 9

3B 1 0 2 3

HR 6 0 1 7

RBI 18 2 12 32

BB 20 3 11 34

SO 27 6 7 40

League National National National National National National National American American National National National American American American

W-L 1-3 1-1 5-6 9-7 8-6 10-6 10-13 5-6 1-1 7-7 1-3 5-3 3-3 0-2 2-2 68-69

SV 0 0 2 11 27 1 0 0 0 0 7 3 6 0 13 70

ERA 3.14 6.68 4.54 2.82 2.70 3.70 4.50 5.94 5.79 3.71 3.66 3.62 2.54 7.20 3.91 4.00

G 5 12 49 78 64 56 34 22 4 23 40 68 64 20 25 564

GS 2 4 6 0 0 10 34 12 2 15 0 0 0 0 0 85

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

IP 14.1 33.2 111.0 108.2 80.0 129.0 204.0 80.1 18.2 97.0 51.2 87.0 99.1 20.0 25.1 1160.0

H 16 38 120 93 65 115 213 98 23 96 50 87 88 30 27 1159

AB 475 306 330 199 15 1325

R 55 36 36 25 2 154

H 127 73 89 49 3 341

2B 18 13 11 7 1 50

3B 4 2 3 0 0 9

HR 1 0 0 0 0 1

RBI 34 22 21 14 0 91

BB 28 15 24 15 1 83

SO 38 25 22 17 0 102

SB 3 1 5 2 0 11

ANDY REPLOGLE Pitcher (1978-79) St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers

R 6 27 62 3 27 59 115 54 13 49 23 37 33 17 11 568

ER 5 25 56 34 24 53 102 53 12 40 21 35 28 16 11 515

Year 1978 1979 Career

Abilene, Kan., product Ted Power pitched 15 seasons in the Big Leagues and is currently the pitching coach for the Louisville Bats, the Triple A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds.

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League AL AL

W-L 9-5 0-0 9-5

SV 0 0 0

ERA 3.92 5.63 4.00

G 18 3 35

GS 3 0 18

SH 2 0 2

IP 149.1 8.0 157.1

H 177 13 190

R 75 5 80

ER 65 5 70

BB 47 2 49

SO 41 2 43

CARLOS TORRES Pitcher (2009) Chicago White Sox

BB 7 23 49 46 45 52 71 30 8 21 17 31 35 8 9 452

SO 7 15 57 81 42 95 133 44 13 43 42 51 51 11 16 701

Year 2009 Career

Team Chicago One Season

League AL

W-L 1-2 1-2

SV 0 0

ERA 6.04 6.04

G 8 8

GS 5 5

SH 0 0

IP 28.1 28.1

H 30 30

R 20 20

ER 19 19

BB 17 17

SO 22 22

CRAIG WILSON Utility Infielder (1998-2000 ) Chicago White Sox Craig Wilson spent three years with the Chicago White Sox before being traded to the Kansas City Royals in 2001. He signed a free agent contact with the Detroit Tigers in 2002 , where he played for the team’s AAA affiliate, the Toledo (Ohio) Mud Hens. He saw action in 119 games for Toledo, posting a .263 average with 48 runs scored on 109 hits and 46 RBIs. He played three years for the White Sox from 1998-2000, posting a career .272 average with 54 runs scored and 40 RBIs. He saw action at three positions in 28 games in 2000, compiling a .260 average with 12 runs scored and four RBIs. He saw action in 98 games for in 1999, posting a .238 batting average with 28 runs on 60 hits. His .468 average (22-of-47) in 1998 was the highest in major league history among players with a minimum of 50 plate appearances. He went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a home run, two RBI and three runs scored in his major-league debut on 9/5/98 vs. New York. He singled off Andy Pettitte in his first career at-bat. He played in 754 minor-league games before making his debut at age 28. He went 4-of-7 with two home runs, five RBIs, four runs scored and 10 total bases in extra-inning victory at Detroit on 9/14/98. Year 1998 1999 2000 Career

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G 153 103 119 80 5 460

The most recent Wildcat to make it to The Show, Carlos Torres, a five-year veteran of the Chicago White Sox minor-league system, broke through with the South Siders as he was called up and made his debut on July 22, 2009, against the defending American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays. He became the first K-State baseball alum to play in a Major League game since Craig Wilson’s last game in 2000. Torres earned his first Big League victory against the cross-town rivals Chicago Cubs on Sept. 3, 2009. Against the Cubs, Torres threw seven shutout innings, allowing five hits with no walks and six strikeouts in 98 pitches.

Power played for eight teams during his 13-year major career (Los Angeles, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Detroit, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Seattle). He led the National League with 78 appearances in 1984. He finished third in the Rolaids Fireman-of-the-Year standings in 1985. Power spent the 1990 season helping the Pittsburgh Pirates to the National League Championship Series in 1990 and started the sixth game (no decision). Team Los Angeles Los Angeles Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Kansas City Detroit St. Louis Pittsburgh Cincinnati Cleveland Cleveland Seattle 13 Seasons

AVG .267 .239 .270 .246 .200 .257

SB 0 0 0 0

TED POWER Pitcher (1981-93) L.A. Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1993 Career

League American American American American American

Originally drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals, Replogle made his major-league debut with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1978. Earned his first major-league victory on April 16, 1978, vs. Baltimore as he allowed two runs in 5.2 innings pitched. In his rookie season, Replogle posted a 9-5 record and a 3.75 ERA. He began his professional career in the St. Louis farm system in Johnson City and St. Petersburg in 1975. He garnered Cardinals Minor League Pitcher-ofthe-Month in April of 1976.

A letterwinner in 1947, Keith “Kite” Thomas signed with the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent following his playing days at K-State. After being drafted in the rule 5 draft by the Philadelphia Athletics in 1951, Thomas made the Big Leagues in 1952, starting 75 games. He played with the A’s for 24 games to begin the 1953 season before he was selected off waivers from the Washington Senators, where he finished his career. Team Philadelphia A’s Philadelphia A’s Wash. Senators Two Seasons

Team Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Five Seasons

SB 4 5 11 20

KEITH “KITE” THOMAS Outfield (1952-53) Philadelphia Athletics and Washington Senators

Year 1952 1952 1952 Career

Year 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 Career

Team Chicago Chicago Chicago Three Seasons

League AL AL AL

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AVG .468 .238 .260 .272

G 13 98 28 139

AB 47 252 73 372

R 14 28 12 54

H 22 60 19 101

2B 5 8 3 16

3B 0 1 0 1

HR 3 4 0 7

RBI 10 26 4 40

BB 3 23 5 31

SO 6 22 11 39

SB 1 1 1 3


ELDEN AUKER

ELDEN AUKER (1910-2006) PITCHER (1933-42) DETROIT TIGERS BOSTON RED SOX ST. LOUIS BROWNS

Taking it in stride. That expression pretty well describes Elden Auker’s approach to life. He’s had quite a life to handle, covering 87 years and enough significant achievements to fill many people’s portfolios. Auker played football, basketball and baseball at Kansas State in the late 1920s and early 1930s, and he was selected as an all-American in all three sports. After graduation, he had offers to play professional football and baseball. He chose baseball, and embarked on a 10-year major league career. On his first visit to venerable Yankee Stadium in New York, the first batter he faced was none other than Babe Ruth, whom Auker struck out on four pitches. He also played with or against numerous other Hall of Famers in a career with the Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Browns. Even at age 88, Auker still was competitive, as can be attested by the fact that he played golf three times a week. In a sport in which it is every participant’s goal to shoot his age, Auker has made a habit of it, recording the feat 20 times in a row at one point. And his exploits have earned fans of all ages and circles, including a former President of the United States, who came to Auker and asked if he remembered him. It’s just another day in the life of Elden Auker. Auker grew up in Norcatur, in northwest Kansas, where he was coached in football by Pete Peterson, an alum of the University of Nebraska. “He said, ‘They’ll get you a job if you’ll go to Nebraska. I think you ought to go there,’” Auker said. “But I played in a basketball tournament in Norton against Almena, and we beat them, 10-9. (Those were the days when defense was everything.) I scored nine of the 10 points in that game. The referee in that game was Charley Corsault, the basketball and baseball coach at Kansas State. “After the game he talked with me about going to Kansas State. He gave me quite a talk on it. He said, ‘I’ll get you a job. But I think you owe it to Kansas; you’re a Kansas boy. If you go to Nebraska, you’re not being loyal to your home state.’ I was young and I thought a lot of Kansas, so I decided that was where I should go.” Among the sports he played at K-State, he liked football the best. “ I just liked the physical contact, I guess,” he said. He played quarterback and halfback on offense and safety on defense. “I got as far away from the action as I could on defense, but I got plenty of contact back there on punts and passes.” Despite all the success Auker had, his most vivid memories of his K-State playing days were two losses. In 1931, the Cats were 5-0 and bound for a possible berth in the Rose Bowl, the only postseason bowl game in existence at that time. They had won their first five games by a total score of 94-14, including three straight shutouts against Kansas, Oklahoma and West Virginia. But late in the contest against West Virginia, an injury to Ralph Graham, one of the other stars on that team, left the Wildcats shorthanded. The Cats lost their next two games, and Auker takes more than his share of the blame. “The third quarter of the Iowa State game was scoreless,” he said. “I dropped back to punt (that was when the goal post was on the goal line) and I faked it. The end had been cutting in fast and almost blocked a couple of punts. So when he cut in, I faked a punt and ran 102 yards for a touchdown. That put us ahead 6-0. Henry Cronkite, who was doing the place kicking, missed the point after touchdown. “In the fourth quarter I was playing safety. The guy got behind me and they threw a pass over my head for a touchdown. I tipped the ball, but the guy still caught it and fell over the goal line. They kicked the point and beat us 7-6. The Kansas City Star came out the next day and said, ‘Auker hero and goat.’ That’s one I remember. “The next game was against Nebraska. We had Nebraska beat, 3-0, with 27 seconds left to play. I punted a ball, trying to kick it out of bounds down the right-hand side of the field. Nebraska put in a little guy who caught it right on the sideline. The guys thought he was out of bounds, but he wasn’t, and he ran 80 yards for a touchdown and they beat us, 6-3.

Those two games I remember. I always remember those bad things. The good things are just kind of taken in stride, but those bad things, you never forget them.” Auker remembers a lot about his K-State days, even though they occurred more than 65 years ago. He recalls working his way through school cleaning a drug store for $1 a day. “In those days, they didn’t pay you any money for signing,” he said. “They gave athletes jobs. I got a job cleaning out the drug store every morning, sweeping it and mopping it. I did that for four years for $1 a day. And that got me through school. In those days, you could buy breakfast for 15 cents, dinner was about 35 cents. I worked in the harvest fields in the summertime and I pitched baseball and made a little money. “ After graduation, he was offered a contract for $6,000 ($500 per game) by the Bears. “That was back in 1932 when times were tough,” he said. “That was a lot of money.” In 1932, there was no Deion Sanders to follow and no agents to negotiate, and Auker was forced to make a choice. “I graduated on June 1 and went directly to Detroit,” he recalled. “When I got there, I reported to Mr. Navin, who owned the Tigers. In our first conversation he said, ‘I understand that you have an opportunity to play football this fall.’ I said, ‘Yes. I’ve been offered a contract with the Chicago Bears.’ “He said, ‘We think you have the possibility of being a major-league pitcher, but before you come up here, we’ve got to send you to the minor leagues. We’re going to have to invest money in training you and getting you ready for professional baseball.” Auker possessed a good fastball and a good curve. But a football injury to his shoulder prevented him from throwing overhand. His first manager in the minors, Bob Coleman, convinced him to try pitching underhand, instead of sidearmed. After practicing for awhile, Coleman told Auker he wanted to give him some game action so Auker was going to pitch nine innings, regardless of his performance. He pitched a shutout, winning 1-0, and never threw overhand again. He made the majors the next year. His catcher that year with the Tigers, Ray Hayworth, still is living in North Carolina. Auker and Hayworth form the oldest living battery in baseball. Hayworth was behind the plate when Auker came to the mound in a relief role in Yankee Stadium to face Ruth. “Bucky Harris was our manager,” Auker said. “He said to me, ‘Elden, you go to the bullpen, and if I need you, I’ll call you in.’ We had a left-handed pitcher named Carl Fisher. He got into the third inning and got in trouble. So the phone rang, and they called me in from the bullpen. The hitter was Babe Ruth. I threw four pitches to him, and struck him out. “I didn’t think anything about it. All I was trying to do was get him out, and I went from there. I had to get him out before I could do anything else. I later played golf with him for a couple of years down in Florida. He was a good personal friend. He told me, ‘I didn’t like your style of pitching. It bothered me.’” Auker also was friends with another Yankee Hall of Famer, Lou Gehrig. The two players often wrestled for fun in the common hallway between the two locker rooms at Fenway Park. Until one time when Auker caught Gehrig by surprise. “I grabbed him. Usually he just lifted you off the ground and you started just bearhugging,” he said. “This time, he just folded up. He said, ‘Don’t do that.’ I helped him get up and said, ‘What’s the matter with you?’ He said, ‘I’ve got something wrong with me. I don’t have any strength. I can’t hit the ball out of the infield. I don’t know what’s wrong with me.’ He said he had begun to notice it the previous winter. He had had a lousy spring and by the time they got to Boston, he wasn’t doing well at all. He played a couple of innings that day and he took himself out. Then the next day, he played a couple more innings, and took himself out. They went to Detroit, and that’s when he left the team and went to the Mayo Clinic. That was the last time I saw him.” The list of former teammates — Ted Williams, Hank Greenberg, Mickey Cochrane — is a list of some of the all-time greats of the game. In 1935, he opened the World Series against the Chicago Cubs and was interviewed by a young reporter from WHO in Des Moines, Iowa, named Ronald Reagan. Twenty-five years later, Reagan, then the governor of California asked Auker if he remembered him. “I thought he had it turned around, but he remembered interviewing me,” Auker said. Auker’s athletic exploits are limited to the golf course these days, though he plays like someone much younger. His history has earned him a place in several Halls of Fame, including K-State’s and the state of Kansas. “I was the first member to be elected into the Kansas State Sports Hall of Fame,” he said. “They hold a banquet whenever they have someone to go in, and Mrs. Auker and I always go. We have a great time. We don’t see many old friends, because there are not many of them left, but we see some new friends that we’ve made.” Even the fact that he has outlived most of his contemporaries doesn’t bother Auker. He just takes it all in stride.

AUKER IN THE MAJORS (Statistical Research compiled by Dr. Rodney D. and Jeanne Merkle) Year 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 Career

Team Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit Boston St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis 10 Years

G/GS 15/6 43/18 36/25 35/31 39/32 27/24 31/25 38/35 34/31 35/34 333/261

ERA 5.24 3.42 3.83 4.89 3.88 5.27 5.36 3.96 5.50 4.08 4.42

W 3 15 18 13 17 11 9 16 14 14 130

L 3 7 7 16 9 10 10 11 15 13 101

CG 2 10 13 14 19 12 6 20 13 17 126

SHO 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 2 14

SV 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

IP 55.0 205.0 195.0 215.1 252.2 160.2 151.0 263.2 216.0 249.0 1,963.1

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H 63 234 213 263 250 184 183 299 268 273 2,230

BB 25 56 61 83 97 56 61 96 85 86 706

K 17 86 63 66 73 46 43 78 60 62 594

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WILDCAT PRO RECAP Drew Biery - Years at K-State: 2006-09 Year 2009 Career

Team Salem-Keizer One Season

League NOR (SS A)

AVG .326 .326

Eli Rumler - Years at K-State: 2004-07 G 59 59

AB 215 215

R 43 43

H 70 70

2B 14 14

3B 1 1

HR 6 6

RBI 48 48

BB 27 27

SO 39 39

SB 4 4

AB 228 228

R 31 31

H 52 52

2B 6 6

3B 1 1

HR 3 3

RBI 24 24

BB 37 37

SO 68 68

SB 4 4

Year 2007 2008 2009 2009 Career

Team Missoula South Bend Visalia Mobile Three Seasons

League PIO (R) MID (Low A) CAL (High A) SOU (AA)

AVG .271 .226 .205 .132 .225

G 51 113 75 15 254

AB 188 399 268 38 893

R 29 54 29 5 117

H 51 90 55 5 201

2B 13 18 12 2 45

3B 0 0 0 0 0

HR 2 3 3 0 8

RBI 24 31 20 5 80

BB 10 49 18 1 78

SO 39 87 41 7 174

SB 5 2 3 1 11

G 61 126 187

AB 202 457 659

R 43 76 119

H 40 129 169

2B 9 24 33

3B 0 7 7

HR 5 10 15

RBI 21 59 80

BB 38 47 85

SO 51 104 155

SB 24 14 38

SV 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 7

ERA 4.74 2.88 3.53 4.69 3.72 3.70 3.20 4.58 2.39 6.04 3.65

G 19 5 8 25 19 36 21 8 23 8 172

H 43 18 28 116 33 57 86 23 96 30 530

R 30 8 20 66 16 26 40 10 38 20 274

ER 20 8 17 49 15 23 36 10 34 19 231

BB 12 8 23 55 10 22 29 11 56 17 243

SO 28 26 54 76 41 59 92 19 130 22 547

AB 93 8 101

R 10 1 11

H 21 2 23

2B 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 4 1 5

RBI 7 6 13

BB 3 0 3

SO 24 1 25

SB 0 0 0

AB 137 382 519

R 29 62 91

H 45 105 150

2B 17 25 42

3B 5 5 10

HR 5 12 17

RBI 37 64 101

BB 24 76 100

SO 49 114 163

SB 3 9 12

Justin Bloxom - Years at K-State: 2007-09 Year 2009 Career

Team Vermont One Season

League NYP (SS A)

AVG .228 .228

G 67 67

Year 2008 2009 Career

Adam Cowart - Years at K-State: 2005-06 Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 Career

Team Salem-Keiser Augusta Connecticut San Jose Wichita Four Seasons

League W-L NOR (SS A) 10-1 SAL (Low A) 14-7 EAS (AA) 8-7 CAL (High A) 2-2 Am. Assoc (IND) 8-5 42-22

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0

ERA 1.08 2.39 3.76 7.56 3.05 2.85

G 15 28 32 9 17 101

GS 15 28 23 0 16 82

SH 0 0 0 0 1 1

IP 83.1 169.2 138.2 16.2 100.1 508.2

G 48 11 59

AB 166 37 203

R 28 3 31

H 44 6 50

2B 15 0 15

G 1 34 119 130 125 74 33 516

AB 3 113 437 491 445 222 90 1801

R 1 16 51 61 62 21 11 223

H 1 27 104 121 133 52 16 454

2B 1 4 29 28 31 12 4 109

H 51 152 170 31 97 501

R 13 59 69 17 38 196

ER 10 45 58 14 34 161

BB 8 28 29 5 19 89

SO 55 95 73 8 39 270

3B 3 1 4

HR 6 0 6

RBI 29 2 31

BB 24 1 25

SO 37 11 48

SB 7 0 7

3B 0 2 5 4 3 0 2 16

HR 0 3 4 8 8 1 1 19

RBI 0 12 41 53 71 21 7 205

BB 0 11 35 23 25 19 6 119

SO 1 33 95 103 65 38 19 354

SB 0 2 2 3 5 1 0 13

Jordan Cruz - Years at K-State: 2006-09 Year 2009 2009 Career

Team GCL Tigers Lakeland One Season

League GCL (R) FSL (High A)

AVG .265 .162 .246

Eric Eymann - Year at K-State: 2005 Year 2005 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 Career

Team GCL Reds Billings Dayton Sarasota Chattanooga Carolina Louisville Five Seasons

League GCL (R) PIO (R) EAS (Low A) FSL (High A) SOU (AA) SOU (AA) INT (AAA)

AVG .333 .239 .238 .246 .299 .234 .178 .252

Team Mahoning Valley Lake County Kinston Kinston Akron Four Seasons

League NYP (SS A) SAL (Low A) CAR (High A) CAR (High A) EAS (AA)

AVG .269 .364 .256 .255 .224 .264

G 63 46 35 126 92 362

AB 238 165 125 467 313 1308

R 31 44 23 75 34 207

H 64 60 32 119 70 345

2B 14 10 9 23 22 78

3B 2 0 0 1 1 4

HR 3 16 4 10 5 38

RBI 27 51 23 74 37 212

BB 19 35 23 57 34 168

SO 28 29 25 77 47 206

SB 1 0 1 1 1 4

Lance Hoge - Years at K-State: 2008-09 Year 2009 2009 Career

Team Brooklyn Savannah One Season

League NYP (SS A) SAL (Low A)

W-L 1-0 0-2 1-2

SV 0 0 0

ERA 2.52 4.50 3.29

G 10 5 15

GS 0 3 3

SH 0 0 0

IP 25.0 16.0 41.0

H 4 21 25

R 7 10 17

ER 7 8 15

BB 6 0 6

SO 20 13 33

ERA 4.88 2.25 1.24 3.52 16.20 3.50

G 18 3 7 21 1 50

GS 0 0 4 11 1 16

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0

IP 31.1 4.0 36.1 76.2 3.1 151.2

H 30 3 19 64 5 121

R 18 1 6 36 7 68

ER 17 1 5 30 6 59

BB 18 1 10 32 4 65

SO 40 5 47 111 1 204

SV 3 0 0 3

ERA 3.29 3.36 3.00 3.31

G 22 15 5 42

GS 0 15 0 15

SH 0 0 0 0

IP 38.1 80.1 9.0 127.2

H 28 71 9 108

R 19 35 3 57

ER 14 30 3 47

BB 28 33 3 64

SO 40 77 9 126

SV 0 0 0

ERA 0.00 3.82 3.38

G 2 8 10

GS 2 8 10

SH 0 0 0

IP 5.0 37.2 42.2

H 0 44 44

R 0 23 23

ER 0 16 16

BB 0 8 8

SO 4 36 40

RBI 68 66 87 41 10 272

BB 31 28 36 19 9 123

SO 102 103 125 66 26 422

SB 10 5 15 3 1 34

R 5 9 16 28 58

ER 2 9 14 17 42

BB 2 5 14 11 32

SO 7 5 45 19 76

Ben Hornbeck - Years at K-State: 2006-08 Year 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 Career

Team Vancouver Kane County Kane County Stockton Midland Two Seasons

League NOR (SS A) MID (Low A) MID (Low A) CAL (High A) TEX (AA)

W-L 2-2 1-0 4-0 5-4 0-1 12-7

SV 1 0 0 1 0 2

Trevor Hurley - Years at K-State: 2006-08 Year 2008 2009 2009 Career

Team Spokane Spokane Hickory Two Seasons

League NOR (SS A) NOR (SS A) SAL (Low A)

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

A.J. Morris - Years at K-State: 2006-09 Year 2009 2009 Career

Team GCL Nationals Hagerstown One Season

League GCL (R) SAL (Low A)

W-L 0-0 0-4 0-4

Steve Murphy - Years at K-State: 2004-05 Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 Career

Team Bakersfield Frisco Frisco Frisco Oklahoma City Four Seasons

League CAL (High A) TEX (AA) TEX (AA) TEX (AA) PCL (AAA)

AVG .238 .277 .262 .200 .231 .261

G 116 130 129 73 33 481

AB 470 488 508 255 104 1825

R 73 70 84 40 15 282

H 133 135 133 51 24 476

2B 38 33 35 15 3 124

3B 5 3 9 1 2 20

HR 19 11 20 10 2 62

Justin Murray - Years at K-State: 2006-08 Year 2008 2008 2009 2009 Career

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Team AZL Athletics Midland Kane County Stockton Two Seasons

League AZL (R) TEX (AA) MID (Low A) CAL (High A)

W-L 0-1 2-1 5-1 1-4 8-7

SV 0 0 12 0 12

ERA 1.69 5.52 2.84 6.04 3.98

G 3 5 37 7 52

GS 1 3 0 3 7

SH 0 0 0 0 0

IP 10.2 14.2 44.1 25.1 95.0

H 6 15 43 31 95

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League NOR (R) MID (Low A)

AVG .198 .282 .256

Carlos Torres - Year at K-State: 2004 Year 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 Career

Team Bristol Great Falls Kannapolis Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Birmingham Birmingham Charlotte Charlotte Chicago Six Seasons

League APP (R) PIO (R) SAL (Low A) CAR (High A) CAR (High A) SOU (AA) SOU (AA) INT (AAA) INT (AAA) MLB (AL)

W-L 2-2 1-1 1-3 3-8 0-2 2-2 9-5 0-0 10-4 1-2 29-29

GS 0 5 8 20 0 0 17 1 20 5 76

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

IP 38.0 25.0 43.1 94.0 36.1 56.0 101.1 19.2 128.0 28.1 570.0

Rob Vaughn - Years at K-State: 2006-09 Year 2009 2009 Career

Team Bristol Kannapolis One Season

League APP (R) SAL (Low A)

AVG .226 .250 .228

G 27 2 29

Byron Wiley - Years at K-State: 2006-08 Year 2008 2009 Career

Jared Goedert - Years at K-State: 2005-06 Year 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 Career

Nate Tenbrink - Years at K-State: 2006-08

Team Billings Dayton Two Seasons

League PIO (R) MID (Low A)

AVG .328 .275 .289

G 39 110 149

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WILDCATS IN MLB DRAFT

Jared Goedert | 2006 Draftee

Trevor Hurley | 2008 Draftee

Drew Biery | 2009 Draftee

PLAYERS DRAFTED SINCE 1965 Year 1965 1966 1966 1966 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1969 1969 1970 1971 1971 1971 1972 1972 1973 1974 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1981 1982 1982 1982 1984 1985 1987 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993

Player Joe Beck Richard Schlesinger Steven Wood Ernest Recob Richard Long Barry Herron Dan Nichols Larry Largent Bobby Randall Dwight Martinek Jack Woolsey Edward Hopkins Steven Wood Bobby Randall Barry Herron Bill Huisman Charles Coe Mark Arnold Charles Waymire Bill Droege Bob Lesslie Dave Klenda Lon Kruger Bill Huisman Andy Replogle Ted Power Greg Korbe Greg Korbe Antonio Triplett Louie Trujillo Glynn Perry Duane Harms Cary Colbert Mark Goodwin Mike Hinkle Jeff Hulse Zack Kimbell Jim Donohue Sean Collins Jim Haller Bill Schafer David Hierholzer Brad Rippelmeyer Scott Stroth Chris Hmielewski Van Torian Craig Wilson Blair Hanneman Brian Culp

Pos. 1B P P OF P C 3B P SS UT OF 1B P SS C 2B SS P UT OF P IF SS P P P OF OF SS P OF P 1B OF P C P 3B 2B P P P 3B OF 1B 2B SS P C

Team Milwaukee Detroit Minnesota New York (AL) Kansas City Seattle Los Angeles Kansas City Los Angeles Detroit San Francisco Kansas City Cleveland Los Angeles Cleveland Chicago (NL) Detroit Kansas City Washington Chicago (NL) Los Angeles New York (NL) St. Louis Chicago (NL) St. Louis Los Angeles Cincinnati New York (NL) Texas Cincinnati New York (AL) Cincinnati Detroit Baltimore St. Louis Kansas City Kansas City Philadelphia Kansas City New York (AL) Atlanta Kansas City Atlanta San Francisco Montreal Atlanta Chicago (AL) San Francisco Colorado

Rd. 35 22 35 56 29 30 37 53 *7 f/a 2 4 9 *2 *8 13 *1 *3 f/a 8 *1 f/a 21 f/a 9 5 18 26 12 26 44 f/a 27 f/a 24 9 25 f/a 13 24 f/a f/a 9 23 f/a f/a 13 f/a 42

Year 1993 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Player Todd Petering Jon Albrecht Dan Albrecht Tim Decker David Johnson Matt Koeman Heath Schesser Eric Yanz David Johnson Jon Oiseth Todd Fereday Scott Poepard Jason Bichelmeyer Mickey Blount Pat Hertzel Yancy Ayres Josh Marn Chris Traylor Brandon Peck Derek Andersen Josh Cavender Luke Robertson Scott Tallman Ross Hawley Pat Maloney Osmar Castillo Franco Pezely Carlos Torres Jared Brite Steve Murphy Eric Eymann Terry Blunt Jared Goedert Adam Cowart Joe Roundy Eli Rumler Nate Tenbrink Byron Wiley Trevor Hurley Daniel Edwards Justin Murray Ben Hornbeck A.J. Morris Justin Bloxom Drew Biery Rob Vaughn Gerardo Esquivel Lance Hoge

Pos. SS P P OF P P SS P P P 2B DH/OF 1B P P C/1B 3B P P P C RHP LHP RHP OF SS LHP RHP RHP OF SS OF IF RHP OF IF IF OF RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP OF IF C RHP LHP

Team San Francisco Kansas City Florida Independent Minnesota Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Colorado San Diego Chicago (NL) Minnesota Independent Minnesota Tampa Bay Kansas City Tampa Bay Seattle St. Louis Tampa Bay Florida Oakland San Diego Los Angeles Toronto Boston Texas Chicago (AL) Houston Texas Cincinnati Texas Cleveland San Francisco San Francisco Arizona Seattle Cincinnati Texas Philadelphia Oakland Oakland Washington Washington San Francisco Chicago (AL) Chicago (NL) New York (NL)

Rd. 50 25 f/a f/a 29 30 5 8 9 31 36 f/a f/a 5 14 27 f/a f/a 28 f/a f/a f/a f/a 31 47 f/a f/a 15 26 14 19 f/a 9 35 f/a 39 7 22 22 25 29 32 4 11 22 30 24 36

Note: List includes only current newcomers. If drafted twice, second selection only listed.

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-AAble, Doug Adams, Nugent Agnew, R. Agnew, W.M. Aicher, L.C. Aiker, Glenn Aiker, Kenneth Ainsworth, Woodrow Akin, Delmar Akins, Mike Albrecht, Dan Albrecht, Jon Alexander, Calvin Allen, James Allen, James Allerheiligen, Dale Amaro, David Ames, Brett Ammirato, Joey Andre, Travis Anderson, Wade Andersen, Derek Andrews, Norbert Andrews, Robert Anson, Steve Anzman, Brad Applegate, Matt Aragon, Justin Arnold, Joe Arnold, Mark Asbill, Stephen Ashbrook Ashley, Ryan Ashmore, Silas Atkins, Dana Auker, Elden Austermar, Chester Avery, Eddie Ayres, Yancy

1978-79-80-81 1952 1913-14 1920 1909 1922-23-24 1964 1937-38 1978 1979 1995 1994-95 1979-80 2002 2009 1974-75 1989-91 2006 2000 1999-2000 1990 1999 1965-66 1965-66 1973-74-75-76 2001-03 2009 2008 1951 1969-70-71-72 1934-35 1898 2003 1992 1947-48-49 1930-31-32 1971-73 1964 1995-97-98

-BBachman, Scott Bacon, Kevin Bader, Paul Bager, Kyle Bagley, Brett Bahramzadeh, Kayvon Bailey, Carl Bailey, E.F. Baird, Bill Baird, H.S. Baire, H.J. Baker, David Baker, David Baker, Mike Baldwin, Ryan Ballard, Charles Ballou, Alvin Banning, David Barlow, Brian Barnard, Bill Barth, Nelson Bartley, Derrill Bascue, Brian Bauer, Frank Bays, Brent Bayuk, Chase Beaman, A.P. Beaumont, Larry Bechtold, W.L. Beck, Joseph L. Beers, Reese Belcher, Dwayne Bell, Garrett Bell, Jack Bell, Raymond Bell, Wendell Bennett, Bruce C. Berg, James O. Bergren, Ronald L. Bichelmeyer, Jason Biehn, A.L.

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2007 1975-76-78 1957-58-59 1999 2003-04 2009 1971-72-73-74 1912-13-14 1991 1908-09-10 1929-30 1966 2005 1979 2002-03 1965-66 1956 1984 1981-82 1988-89 1922-23-24 1947-48 1984 2003 1980 2005-06-07-08 1912-13 1942 1938 1964-65 1988 1982-83 1997 1947-48-49 1930 1946 1971-72 1958 1955-56 1996-97 1924

Biery, Drew Billinger, LaVerne J. Billings, J.A. Black, Spencer Blaine, Dan Blasser, Loren Blount, Mickey Bloxom, Justin Blume, William H. Blunt, Terry Bobier, Brian Bochaw, Bradford K. Bock, Brett Boidock, Stephen Boley, William Bolte, Alfred L. Bortka, John Bouchard, Chris Boyd, Francis Boyd, Robert A. Braddock, Tony Bradshaw, Ron Bramlage, Wallace Brazeal, James Brecheisen, A.A. Bremmer, Robert S. Brenner, David Bridges, Trent Briney, E.B. Brion, C.W. Brite, Jared Brock, James C. Broddle, W. Brown, Jake Brown, James E. Buell, Ryan Bunker, Derek Bunn, Jared Buompensiero, Bobby Burkman, Gordon Burns, Allen Burton, Hartzell Byers, C.A. Canes, G.C.

2006-07-08-09 1956 1910-12 2000-01 1932-33 1949 1996-97-98 2007-08-09 1956-57 2003-05 1997-98 1959 1991-92-93 2007 1946 1962-63-64 1942 1993-94-95 1932-33-34 1955-56-57 1987-88 1988-89 1984-85-86 2001-02 1917 1950 1947-48-49-50 1998 1913-14 1925-26-27 2001, 2003-04 1938-39-40 1914 2009 1967-68 1994-95-96-97 2004-06-07-08 2003 1985 1978 1938 1920-21-22 1926 1934

-CCaraway, L.P. Caresio, John Chris Carlson Carlson, John W. Carr, Dale Carson, Jerry R. Carter, M.L. Casad, Jeff Cassel, Al Cassel, Robert Castillo, Osmar Cave, W.B. Cavender, Josh Chabot, Marc Chadd, Bernard K. Chadd, David Chahler, Paul D. Chapman, Michael D. Cheadle Cheatham, Tom Chew, Donald L. Childs, Donald Christensen, David Christner, Rex Churchman, Tim Ciochon, Toby Citizen, A. Clancy, Sean Clark, Charles Clark, J.A. Clark, Paul H. Clark, Will Clelland, L. Clementi, Tony Clifford, Kerry F. Coe, Charles Coith, H.S. Colbert, Cary

1925 1984-85 2004 1956-57-58 1948-49-50 1964 1931-32-33 2002 1905-07 1905-07 2001-02 1906-07-08 1998-99-2000-01 2003 1949 1987-88 1980 1973-74 1898 1976-77 1947-48-49 1952 1989-90-91 1975-1976 1991-92 1992 1906 2003, 2005 1969-70-71-72 1917-19 1956 1985 1912-13 1946 1955-56 1971 1915 1982-83-84

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Colbert, Chris Coldwell, C. Collins, Sean Colosimo, Michael Conger, C.V. Conroy, Bernard Cook, Casey Cooley, Frank Cooley, H.H. Cooper, Craig Corrigan, Lawrence T. Cosens, Chad Cottrell, Frederic R. Coupe, John R. Court, Brooke Cowart, Adam Cowell, Everett R. Cowell, Warren C. Cramer, Keith L. Cranford, Paul Cravens, Quinn Crockett, Josh Cromer, F.B. Crone, B.J. Crumbaker, J.H. Cruz, Jordan Culp, Brian Cunningham, Alan Cunningham, Albert Cunningham, C. Cunningham, Ed Cunningham, L. Cunningham, S.W. Cutwright, Robert Dallas, Herbert H. Danforth, Craig

1985 1905-06 1988-89 1998 1929 1923-24-25 1997 1936-37 1935 1974-75-76-77 1962 1998-99 1962-63-64 1955 1997 2005-06 1919-20 1920-21-22 1965-66 1996-97 1998-99 2009 1915 2001 1915 2006-07-08-09 1990-91-92-93 1980 1925-26 1906 1922-23 1924 1905-07 1982 1966 1981

-DDanforth, Steve Daniel, Marvin E. Daniel, Ryan Darnell, Marty Davidson, C.J. Davis, Clinton Day, Kevlin Dean, Jack Dean, John R. DeBolt, Lawrence M. Decker, Tim Deisler, Shaun Dellasega, Daniel Denman, G. Dent, Josh DeWitz, Roy A. Dial Dickerson, Ken Dickerson, Walter E. Dieball, H.A. Dietrich, Bryce S. Dillman, John Dirks, Marlo B. Disney, Richard K. Dixon, Ryan Donohue, Jim Doolittle, David L. Doty, Tim Doyen, Lee Doyle, Thomas E. Dreier, Wayne T. Dreiling, Richard Dreiling, Scott Dresser, H. Driskill, Dan Droege, William Dryden, Victor Dubek, Robert Duckers, Chad Duitsman, Wilber Dunaway, Mike Dunlay, Ray Dunn, Thomas Dunsmore, Andrew

1980-81 1959 2009 1986-87 1923 1948-49 2001 1947-48 1948 1970 1993-94-95 2008 2007-08-09 1916 2004-2005 1957-58 1898 1977 1920-21 1900 1968-69-70 1952 1942 1957 1994 1985-86-87-88 1966 1999-2000-02-03 1941 1928-29-30 1969 1973-74-75 1993 1912-13 1991-92-93 1969-70-71-72 1913 1978-79-80 1999-2000-01-02 1938-39-40 1989-90 1941 1959-60-61 2003

-EEdwards, Albert Edwards, Daniel Edwards, Gary Edwards, H.C. Ehling, Andrew Ekis, Gunter Elder, M.L. Ellis, Kevin English, Greg English, Mark Enns, N.F. Erkenbrack, Dennis L. Ernst, Lyle Essick, W. Evans, Ivor J. Evans, T.M. Ewy, Kenneth L. Eyestone, S.F. Eymann, Eric

1926-27-28 2005-06-07-08 1961-62-63 1915 2003 1965 1935 1985-86 2000 1998-99-2000-01 1913-14 1966 1922-23-24 1915 1962-63-65 1928-29-30 1969-70 1939 2005

-FFairbank, Paul Fairchild, Damon Farmer, Charles J. Farr, Brandon Faubion, Hiram Fereday, Todd Ferguson, Jim Ferguson, Rocky Ferrier, G. Fillmore, Albert D. Fiser, David J. Fiser, Lud G. Fisher, Gary W. Fleeman, Mickey Fleming, Fred W. Flint, Andy Fockele, Fred F. Foley, Tim Foltz, G.A. Furey, A. Foresberg, Carl Foresberg, H. Foresberg, W.A. Fox Fraizer, Don Franz, Kirk Fraser, Jerry W. Fratzer, D.E. Freeland Freeman, A.H. Frieze, Andy Fritz, Jack Frizzell, H.H.

1932 2001-02 1964 2005-06 1951 1994-95-96-97 1980-81 1986-87 1916 1947 1959-60 1930-31 1974-75-76-77 1981-82 1969 1978 1900 2002 1919 1906 1908 1910-12-13 1929-30-31 1898 1951 1993-94 1963-64 1934 1900 1928-29-30 2004 1983-84 1915

-GGappa, Frank Gardner, Mike Gartner, Robert E. Gentz, Charles W. Gibson, Brent Gieber, Nicholas R. Gilbert, Glen Gilbert, Scott Giller, Matt Gillman, H.L. Gleason, Kent Goedert, Jared Goedert, Joe Goetz, Robert A. Golden, Kerry Golden, Robin Gomez, Mark Goodwin, Mark Goodwin, Steve Gossett, Eric Graas, David W. Graham, Kenneth Graham, Robert K. Granfield, C.O. Grause, Don Graves, Scott

1996 1994-95-96-97 1968-69-70 1932-33-34 1985-86 1968 1928-29 1985-86 2009 1926 1988 2005-06 1981-82 1970 1983-84 1980-81 1982 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1969-70 1939-40 1959-60 1915 1981-82-83 1984


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Greco, Guy Green, Adam Green, Beverly Green, Ned M. Greer, Joe Griffith, Evan L. Griffiths, C. Griffiths, S.C. Grimes, James Grubb Grubbs, H. Gryskiewicz, Lawrence Guesnier, Gary T. Guilfoil, Rick Guilfoyle, Luke A. Guinn, Robby Gutierrez, Jonathan

1986-87 1993-94-95-96 1937-38 1898 1925 1921-22 1917 1916 1948-49 1898 1909 1946-47 1973 1992 1919-20-21 1985-86 2002,03

-HHaggard, Joe R. Haines, Eric Hale, John Haller, Jim Hamacher, Michael Hamilton, Chris Hampton, Michael Haney, Robert C. Hanneman, Blair Hanson, Theodore Harbutz, Steve Harker, Brad Harms, Duane Harris, M. Harris, Meade Harrison, Mark Hart, Corby Harter, Bernard Hartshorn, Larry Harvey, E.W. Harvey, Tom Harvick, Brad Hasler, Harry Haun, Harold Havley, Chester Hawkins, Walter Hawley, Ross Hawley, Ryan Hayes, Jerry L. Haynes, F. Haynes, L.S. Hays, J.V. Heath, Randy Hedrick, Michael Heiman, Gerald Heinrich, Josh Helsel, Tyson Hendrix, David Henessey, Steve Henricks, Vern Henshaw, Tom Herron, Barry Hertzel, Pat Hertzel, Tim Hess, Chris Hess, Don Hess, H. Hewey, George Hewey, G.R. Hickey, Bill Hicks, Shane Hierholzer, Brian Hierholzer, David Hilts, Dick Hinkle, Mike Hipp, Kent Hipp, Terry Hixson, R.W. Hmielewski, Chris Hobbs, Dustin Hodgson, L.S. Hoenig, Robert Hoffman, Donald Hoffman, Ermmett Hoge, Lance

1959 1986-87 1927 1988-89 1986-87 1982-83 1973-74-75 1969-70 1989-90-91-92 1951 1975 1994-95-96 1980-81-82 1922 1937-38-39 1978-79 1946 1925 1953-54-55 1916-17 1979-80-81 1986 1932 1961-63 1985 1985 2002 2002 1957 1906 1906-07-08-09 1927 1977-78 1989-90 1960-61-62 2003-04 2001 1993-94-95-96 1953-54-55 1977-78 1998-99 1967-68-69 1997-98 1997-98-99 1993-94-95-96 1979-80 1905 1921 1916-17 1969-70-71 1994 1991-92-94 1988-89-90 1950 1986-87 1990-91 1992 1919 1989-90-91 2009 1914-16 1976-77 1972-73-74 1898-1900 2008-09

Holder, Ray Holder, Richard Holder, Rob Holland, Gary Holman, Bruce Holub, Gary Holroyd, M. Hooper, Frank Hooper, John Hornbeck, Ben Horner, Nicholas Hornsby, Warren Hoskins, Herbert Howard, Carrold Howard, Harold Howe, Daniel Huddleston, Chantel Hudson, Neal Hudson, William Huey, G. Huey, Rex Hughes, Wes Hugos, Neil Huisman, William Hulse, Jeff Humeral, F Hungate, Keith Hunter, Al Hunter, Kyle Hurd, Jeff Hurley, Trevor Huseman, Chris Hutt, Brad

1952 1948-49-50 1979-80 1966 1942 1973-74-75-76 1915 1951 1951 2006-07-08 1968-69-70 1940-41 1951 1963-64 1962 1942 1982 1977-78 1978-79 1924-27-28 1925-28 1999 1941 1969-70 1987-88 1919 1971-72 1979-80 2009 1983 2006-07-08 2004 2005-06-07-08

-IIseman, Paul Iverson, James Ives, Robert

1986-87 1950 1946-47-48

-JJacobs, Jim Jenkins, Ed Jenkins, Ken Jessup, Ernest Johnson, Cecil Johnson, David Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Mike Johnson, Blake Johnson, Tim Johnston, Randal Jones, Greg Jones, Kenneth Jones, Robert Joukoff, Mark Jurica, Carter

1952 1988 1953 1935-36-37 1965-66-67 1994-95-96-97 1949-50 1981 1999 1998-99 1973 1981 1959-60-61 1961 2009 2008-09

-KKahl, Grover Kaifes, Greg Kaifes, Otto Karns, H.D. Karns, R. M. Kaufman, Gary Kaufman, Kevin Kays, David Keady, Lloyd Kelley, William Kelly, Walter Kelyman, Charles Kerbs, Gerald Kern, Dayton Kershner, Gary Ketterman, Matt Kick, James Kier, Charles Kimbell, Zack Kincaid, Paul Kindel, Mike King, Jason Kirkland, Floyd Kissel, BJ Klenda, David Klimek, Ed

1906-07 1980 1984-85-86-87 922-24 1924-25-26 1960-61-62 1989-90 1951 1957-58 1969-70 1952 1968 1955 1946 1960 1993 1972-73 1941-47 1987-88 1973 2009 2008-09 1940-41 2004-06 1970-71-73 1936-37-38

Klipowicz, Donald Klipowicz, Paul Knaus, Carl Knitter, Brent Knotsman, Richard Knowles, Terry Koeman, Matt Kohl, Fred Kopf, Melvin Kopriva, Jay Korb, H. Korbe, Greg Kreske, Gerald Krob, John Kruger, Lon Kurman, Max Kvasnicka, Jay

1967-68 1973-74-75-76 1912-13-14 1993 1951 1958-59-60 1995-96 1942 1958-59 1992-93-94 1905 1975-76-77-78 1961-62-63 1966 1971-73-74 1938-39 1982-83-84

-LLaClere, J.E. Lackow, Seth Laddish, Greg Lair, John Lang, Robert Langvardt, Chris Largent, Larry Laughlin, Mike Laurie, John Lawson, Brad Leer, Richard Leheman, Paul Lehrman, Kenneth Lenke, George Leonhart, Dave Lesslie, Robert Lewis, D.E. Lichlyter, Scott Lichter, Lynn Lindell, Stuart Linden, Dan Lindsey, Justin Link, Tyler Linn, Jason Livingstone, Kyle Logsdon, Richard Long, Jason Loudabarger, J.D. Lowell, Jack Lowery, Marc Lowman, G. Lundwall, Todd Luttrell, Gabe Lutz, James Lutz, W.H.

1934 2005 1989-90-92 1954-57-58 1932 1939-40-41 1967 1978-79 1961-62 1977-78 1962-63 1977 1971-72 1898 1993 1972 1910 1983-84-85-86 1983-84 1972-73-74 1980-81 2008 2006-07 2007 2007 1954 2002, 2004 1997-98-2000-01 1914 1995-96 1933-34 2000-01 2002,03 1935-36 1925

McClere, J.B. McCloud, D. McClymonds, A.E. McCollum, E.D. McCollum, Robert McCormick, James McCoy, Paul McFall, Scott McGalliard, E.R. McKain, Jack McKee, Ryan McKinnis, Tim McMahon McMullin, Kevin McNamara, Greg Meares, David Meek, Don Meis, Kris Meissinger, W.H. Melcher, Kevin Menderhall, George Merrick, Clint Merriman, Rob Mershon, Carl Messner, Kenneth Mettler, Sheldon Meyer, Tom Mildrim, Meldrum Miller, C. Miller, Ernest Miller, M.B. Miller, Matt Mitchell, Chase Montgomery, Mark Moore, Jeff Moore, Kevin Morgan, Lee Morris, A.J. Morrisey, Vincent Morton, Kolin Moses, Scott Mosley, Kim Muegge, Brett Muenster, Adam Munn, Lyle Murdock, Curtis Murphy, Steve Murray, James Murray, Justin Muse, J.J. Myers, Howard Myers, Richard Myers, S. Myers, Willis

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-MMach, Scott Magrath, L.A. Mallett, Jon Mallon, Carl Maloney, Pat Mantlo, David Marasco, Matt Marble, A.L. Marino, Matt Marn, Josh Marsh, Leslie Marshall, Evan Marshall, J.R. Marshall, Ralph Martinek, Dwight Martini, Nick Masters, Claude Masters, David Mastin, Jay Matan, William Matson, James Maupin, Theodore McAfee, Dan McAllister, Graham McCalvin, D. McCandless, John McClahahan, Scott McClellan, Jim

1933 1916-17 1914 1919 1928-29-30 1974-75-76 2007 1990-91-92-93 1916 1958 1995-96 1984 1910 1992-93-95 1989-90-91-92 1997-98-99 1925-26 1985-86-87-88 1929-30 2001-03 1942 1998 1993-94 1920-21 1942 1967-68 1984-85 1914 1906-07 1939-40 1925-26-27 1994-95-96 2005-06 2002 1976-77-78 1985 1933-34 2007-08-09 1946 1996-97 2000 1972-73 2005-06 2007-08-09 1924-25 2001 2004-2005 1957 2006-07-08 2007-08 1936-37-38 1952-53-54 1910-12 1936-37-38

1975-77-78 1917-19-20 2003 1905-06-07 2000-03 1970-71 2005-06 1915 1989 1997-98 1926-27 2009 1933 1940 1967-68 2009 1900 2009 1998 1964-65 1992 1951 1979-80 2000 1912-13 1907-08 1982-83 1988-89

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Nakari, Kenneth Nash, Loyal Nelson, Chris Nethercot, Hubert Newcomer, Graham Newton, H. Nichols, Dan Nielson, Zack Nieman, Elmer Niemczyk, Greg Nieranga, Harold Nigro, Alex Noble Nordyke, Mark Norris,Clarence Norton, Kenneth Novak, Adam Nunn, Dean

1957-58 1928-29-30 2000 1957-58 1953 1916-17 1967 1948-49 1939 1976 1935 1929-30-31 1898 1979-80-81 1959 1936 1994-95 1951

-OOiseth, Jon Oleen, Bentson Oliver, Philip O’Malley, Mike Orendroff, John Osborne, R. Ostrom, Lon O’Toole

1994-95-96-97 1998-99-2000-01 1971 1980 1963 1915 1977 1977

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Otto, M.E. Otto, Merton

1919 1920-21

-PParker, Daryl Parker, Jay Parker, Robert Parks, F.T. Parsons, Tom Patterson, Duane Patty, Brian Payne, Bret Pease, Dean Peck, Brandon Peddy, Larry Pedersen, Sean Pepper, Tim Perry, Glynn Petering, Todd Peterson, Bryan Petersen, Matt Peterson, James Peterson, Jeff Pezely, Franco Pfannenstiel, Lucas Phillips, L Phillips, Nick Phillips, Rich Pick, Scott Pine, Samuel Poepard, Scott Polak, Warren Pollom, James Pollum, Lester Pollum, Ray Ponomarenko, Nick Porter, H. Poston, Leonard Power, Ted Prentup, Frank Presley, Austin Preston, Billy Preston, Jim Price, Leo Pridey, Gary Prideaux, Jim Prigmore, Donald Purdy, Otto Putnam

1953-54-55 1971-72-73-74 1952-53-54 1908-09-10 1986-87 1946 2003-04 1996-97-98-99 1961-62-63 1997-98-99 1989-91 1990-91-92-94 1977-78 1980-81-82 1993 2005-06 2004 1973-74 1985-86-88-89 2002 2000-01 1905 2007 1983 1982-83 1950 1994-95-96-97 1957 1952-54-55 1912-13 1912 2004 1906 1898 1974-76 1930-31-32 2007 1977 1977 1908-10 1985-86 1941 1952-53-54 1900 1905

-QQuinlan, A.W.

1920

-RRaemer, Norbert Raffety, James Ralston, Pat Ramsdale, Marc Randall, Robert Raucher, Ray Reed, Bryan Recob, Ernest Reid, Brett Reid, Ervin Reittemeier, Clarence Renfro, Richard Replogle, Andy Reser, Stephen Reynolds, F.I. Rhoades, James Rice, Barrett Rice, Robert Richardson, E.H. Ringgenberg, Russ Ripley, Jim Rippelmeyer, Brad Robel, Raydon Robertson, Luke Rogers, Jeremy Rokey, Raymond Rollins, Eric Rooke, Thomas Rosenboom, Mike Roundy, Joe

108

1941 1956-57-58 1992 1977 1968-69 1976 1971-72-73 1963-65-66 1999 1938-39-40 1950-54 1956 1973-74-75 1972-73 1916-17 1954-55 2005-06 1949 1919 1987-89-90 2003-04 1989-90-91 1962-63-64 2001 2002 1940-41 2002-2005 2008-09 1988-89 2005-06

Rowley, Darryl Ruch, Tyler Rudolph, Floyd Rumler, Eli Rumsey, Dan Russell, Doug Russell, Fred Ryan, Jeff

1987-88 2007-08 1969-71 2004-05-06-07 2009 1934 1898 1989-90-91-92

-SSallas, George Saltzgaber, Ryan Sander, Kevin Saunders, Zack Savage Savage, Chet Saxton, Arthur Scanlon, W.M. Scannel, Tim Scelfo, Nick Schaede, Kent Schaefer, Todd Schafer, Bill Scheffer, James Schesser, Heath Schierling, Allen Schlesinger, Richard Schmitz, Dave Schnittker, Jerome Scholbe, Scott Scholl, Ron Schrader, Martin Schumaker, Cliff Scott, Brett Scott, John Scoville, Steve Seiler, Leo Seitz, Frank Severns, Virgil Shapley, Carl Shelley, Steve Sheriff, Al Sherrer, Jeff Shockey, Curtis Silva, Andy Simecka, Joseph Simmons, Bob Simms, Earl Sinderson, Leland Skala, Dan Skeleton, Dick Skradski, Andrew Smart, Mike Smith, B.H. Smith, Brock Smith, Jack Smith, L.H. Smith, Matt Smith, Tom Smith, Tony Snapp, J.C. Snyder, J.F. Snyder, Steven Soderstrom, Gerald Solmos, John Somerhalder, Sam Sommerhauser, Eric Sorensen, Nick Soto, Ty Spalitto, Jason Spangenberg, Scott Spear, B.W. Spear, W.G. Specht, David Spitler, Jeff Spresser, Larry Springer, Max Spurgeon, Joe Stack, J. Staley, L.M. Stauffer, Gene Stauth, Robert Steele, Bradley Steele, Stuart

1975-76-77-78 2004 1992 2003-04 1900 1998-99 1937 1913-14 1950 2000-01 1981-82-84 1990 1988-89 1965-66-67 1995-96-97 1959-60 1967-68 1982-83 1952-53 1972-73 1966 1931-34 1948-49-50 2005-06-07-08 1935-36 1988-90 1985-86-87 1975-77 1951 1946 1974 1947-48-49 1979-80 1973-74 1998-99 1970 1983 1933 1921-22-23 1986-88-89-90 1958-59 1932-33 1983 1915 2001-02 1954-55 1926-27-28 1991 1985-86 1982-83 1919-20 1927 1967-68-69 1962-63 1960-61 1962-63-64 1997-98 2001-02 2001-03 1991-92 1987-88 1910 1908-09 1973-74-75-76 1997 1980-81 1935-36-37 1966-67-68 1908-09-10 1923-24 1952 1964 1961-62 1963-65-66

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Steiner, Joseph Stellino, Jamey Stephenson, E.A. Stevens, Vern Stewart, Jeff Stivers, Pat St. John, John Stohs, Ken Stone, Francis Stone, Sax Strohm, Al Strong, Al Strong, Herb Stroth, Scott Stuart, William Suarez, Victor Sullivan, G.J. Sullivan, Gaylen Sullivan, Giles Sutton, Les Sutton, William Swartz, Burr

1971-72 1992-93 1928 1935-36-37 1991-92 1986 1942 1975 1956 1953 1909-10 1906-07-08-09 1906-07-08 1990-91 1951 1985 1916-17 1959 1923 1975 1974 1923-24

-TTabor, Chad Tallman, Scott Tannahill, Richard Tapia, Cris Taylor, Bill Taylor, Brandon Taylor, Jason Taylor, Mark Taylor, Marvin Teague, Mark Teeter, L.C. Tenbrink, Nate Thaemert, Allan Thaemert, Ravon Thaemert, Todd Thayer, Keith Thomas, Don Thomas, Keith Thompson, Brian Thummel, W. Todd, Michael Torian, Van Torres, Carlos Towers, Richard Towler, William Townsend, Lee Traylor, Chris Triplett, Antonio Troilo, Zach Troll, Jeff Trujillo, Louie Tullis, J. Tullos, W.G. Turrell, John Turtle, Jeff Tuttle, Dave Twyner, L.J.

1996-98-99-2000 2000-01 1952 2005-06 1960 2002,03 2000 1978-79 1955-56 1980-82-83 1915 2006-07-08 1958-59-60 1957 1984 1950 1951 1947 1996-97 1960-61-62 1968-69-70 1991 2004 1951 1928-29 1938-39-40 1995-96-97-98 1981 2004 1989-90 1981-82 1898 1898-1900 1984 1986-87 1974-77 1990

-UUnderwood, F.A. Underwood, J.B.

1931 1931

-VVadakin Vader,Joseph Vandenberg, S.R. VanSant, Jess VanSant, Willard Vasquez, Eddie Vaughn, Rob Vegrox, Gus Vera, Tom Ver Helst, Derek Vick, Steve Vogel, Todd Vohz, Paul Von Moss, Jason Voos, Jake Voos, Scott

1912 1958-59 1915 1937 1935-36 2006-07 2006-07-08-09 1967-70 1976 2000 1976-77 2006-07-08-09 1924 1994 1993-94-95-96 1998

-WWade, Rex Wagner Wall, William Waller, Don Walter, Mitch Walty, Larry Ward, John Ward, Kirk Watson, George Watson, Trevor Waymire, Chas Weaver, J.S. Weishaar, Kasey Welch, Cameron Wells, Forrest Wells, Jason Welsh, J.H. Wesch, James Wheeler, Thomas Whitehood, Robert Whitesell, James Whitmore, Daniel Wiarenga, Harold Wicker, Kevin Wilder, M.P. Wiley, Byron Wilkerson, Mike Wilkinson,Kevin Williams Williams, Andy Williams, Brett Williams, Julian Willis, H.B. Wilson, Craig Wilson, Danny Wilson, Lance Wilson, Matt Wilson, Phillip Wilson, Ronald Winchesters, Ben Winters, Chris Witt, Jack Woita, Jeff Wolf, Chris Wood, Steven Woods, Earl Woodward, Allan Woodward, Marc Woolsey, Jack Wooster, D.T. Woulfe, Frank Wright, Mike Wurtz, Gary

1952 1900 1951 1979 2002, 2005 1995 1946 1927-28-29 1933-34 1951 1969-70-71 1915 1998-99-2000-01 2009 1970 1996-97-99-2000 1915 1963 1966-67-68 1954-55 1968-69-70 1973-74 1934 1993-94-95-96 1915 2006-07-08 1983-84 1970-71-72-73 1916 1992 2002,03 2004 1919 1989-90-91-92 2003-04 1991 2002 1967-68-69 1964-65 1935-36 1986 1995 1992,93 1991,92,93 1966-68-69 1952-53 2003 1992 1967-68-69 1917 1939-40 1979 1975

-YYanz, Eric Yeagley, Jon Yelovich, Dane Yoachim, Collin Young, G. Youngblood, Bill

1994-95-96-97 1975-76-77 2008-09 1999 1912 1975-76-77-78

-ZZawatski, John Zeller, Eldon Zimmerman, Gerald

1946 1954-56 1983-84


YEARLY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Byron Wiley Joe Roundy Barrett Rice Steve Murphy Ty Soto Pat Maloney Josh Cavender Mark English Kasey Weishaar Josh Marn Heath Schesser Todd Fereday Chris Hess Matt Miller Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Russ Ringgenberg David Chadd Jeff Turtle Jeff Turtle Otto Kaifes Cary Colbert Cary Colbert Glynn Perry Joe Goedert Rob Holder Don Hess Tim Pepper Greg Korbe Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Keith Hungate Bill Droege Jim Whitesell Bob Randall Jack Woolsey Don Kupowicz Ernie Recob Joseph Beck Joseph Beck Ernie Recob Harold Haun Tom Dunn Tom Dunn

.361 .288 .366 .389 .348 .338 .360 .398 .366 .365 .429 .369 .409 .362 .387 .318 .351 .416 .386 .328 .367 .418 .397 .337 .424 .346 .403 .369 .400 .377 .289 .367 .406 .356 .357 .333 .346 .343 .373 .321 .394 .339 .357 .388 .361 .244 .340 .328 .333 .348

RUNS BATTED IN 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Byron Wiley Joe Roundy Joe Roundy Steve Murphy Ryan Baldwin Pat Maloney Josh Cavender Mark English Brett Reid Josh Marn Heath Schesser Scott Poepard Scott Poepard Fereday, Hendrix Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Mike Rosenboom Jeff Hulse Mike Hinkle Otto Kaifes Otto Kaifes Cary Colbert Cary Colbert Cary Colbert Joe Goedert Rob Holder Don Hess Tim Pepper Greg Korbe Steve Anson Steve Anson Mike Chapman Scott Scholbe Bill Droege

63 49 44 51 47 40 52 53 50 58 50 52 85 57 55 42 52 62 52 34 49 65 48 44 53 27 27 62 49 45 38 45 36 48 37 31 23 28

1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Bill Droege Bob Gartner Bob Gartner Jack Woolsey Jack Woolsey Gary Holland Stu Steele Joseph Beck Sam Somerhalder Gary Kaufman John Solmos John Solmos

30 21 25 33 22 27 18 12 16 10 15 21

RUNS SCORED 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Carter Jurica Nate Tenbrink Byron Wiley Jared Goedert Steve Murphy Terry Blunt Tim Doty Pat Maloney Osmar Castillo Chad Tabor Kasey Weishaar Chad Tabor Josh Marn Heath Schesser Heath Schesser Chris Hess Chris Hess Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson L.J. Twyner Sean Collins David Chadd Mike Hinkle Mike Hinkle Gary Pridey Scott Gilbert Victor Suarez Cary Colbert Mark Teague Joe Goedert Antonio Triplett Rob Holder Mike Baker Greg Korbe Greg Korbe Steve Anson Gary Holub Gary Holub Steve Anson Ken Lehrmann Joe Steiner Jim Whitesell Bill Huisman Tom Wheeler Jim Brown Ernie Recob Stu Steele Joseph Beck Ernie Recob Richard Lee John Solmos John Solmos

61 46 42 55 52 54 45 66 48 45 53 53 47 70 57 63 39 46 54 60 40 52 66 45 40 40 44 44 27 30 53 57 42 32 44 39 45 42 32 23 23 25 30 32 27 20 21 19 16 22 12 19 22

Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Byron Wiley Joe Roundy Terry Blunt Steve Murphy Ryan Baldwin Pat Maloney Josh Cavender Mark English Kasey Weishaar Josh Marn Heath Schesser Todd Fereday Chris Hess Todd Fereday Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Russ Ringgenberg David Chadd

88 63 71 77 74 67 67 88 74 66 82 76 97 79 82 63 60 87 88 65 69 84

HITS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Mike Hinkle Jeff Turtle Scott Gilbert Cary Colbert Mark Teague Glynn Perry Antonio Triplett Rob Holder Don Hess Greg Korbe Greg Korbe Steve Anson Jon Yeagley Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Keith Hungate Joe Steiner Dan Mantlo Bill Huisman Bill Huisman Jack Woolsey Jack Woolsey Ernie Recob Joseph Beck Joseph Beck Ernie Recob Harold Haun Tom Dunn Tom Dunn John Solmos

70 59 65 37 55 72 65 52 44 67 67 62 62 51 44 45 37 42 37 37 44 37 28 45 30 21 33 20 22 24 24

AT-BATS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Jason King Justin Bloxom Byron Wiley Joe Roundy Terry Blunt Terry Blunt Pat Maloney Gabe Luttrell Josh Cavender Osmar Castillo Chad Tabor Chad Tabor Josh Marn Heath Schesser Chris Hess Scott Poepard Todd Fereday Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Russ Ringgenberg Kent Gleason Mike Hinkle Mike Hinkle Scott Gilbert Brian Bascue Mark Teague Glynn Perry Antonio Triplett Don Hess Mike Baker Greg Korbe Greg Korbe Jon Yeagley Gary Holub Curt Shockey Scott Scholbe Joe Steiner Joe Steiner Bill Huisman Bill Huisman Tom Wheeler Jack Woolsey Jim Scheffer Ernie Recob Joseph Beck Sam Somerhalder Sam Somerhalder Tom Dunn Ken Jones Ken Jones

247 219 194 198 220 220 204 228 202 202 195 221 206 237 220 221 206 171 209 228 198 188 205 186 205 202 114 156 195 191 146 156 164 165 181 152 151 135 120 122 133 114 111 102 119 90 86 102 73 66 66 79

DOUBLES 2009 Drew Biery Nick Martini 2008 Nate Tenbrink 2007 Nate Tenbrink

17 17 16 11

2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Barrett Rice Steve Murphy Chris Carlson Ryan Baldwin Osmar Castillo Pat Maloney Ty Soto Mark English Quinn Craves Yancy Ayres Heath Schesser Heath Schesser Scott Poepard Chris Hess Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Russ Ringgenberg Jim Donohue Scott Spangenberg Jeff Turtle Three with Brian Bascue Mark Teague Joe Goedert Joe Goedert Rob Holder Dan McAfee Greg Korbe Greg Korbe Steve Anson Steve Anson Dave Specht Three with Joe Steiner Bill Droege Jim Whitesell Bill Huisman Tom Wheeler Dwight Martinek Gary Holland Joseph Beck Kenneth Aiken Sam Somerhalder Richard Lee Dean Pease Robert Jones Al Thaemert

18 19 15 16 16 16 14 14 15 19 20 20 23 14 13 17 15 16 13 22 14 13 12 10 12 20 10 7 7 8 16 11 10 9 6 5 6 10 9 5 5 9 7 4 6 3 3 4 5

TRIPLES 2009 Jason King 2008 Justin Bloxom Jordan Cruz 2007 Nate Tenbrink 2006 Three players 2005 Eric Eymann 2004 Ryan Saltzgaber 2003 Brad Anzman 2002 Pat Maloney 2001 Nick Sorensen 2000 Josh Cavender 1999 Kasey Weishaar 1998 Yancy Ayres Eric Sommerhauser 1997 Heath Schesser 1996 Adam Green 1995 Chris Hess 1994 Chris Bouchard 1993 Petering, McFall 1992 Craig Wilson 1991 Lance Wilson 1990 Jeff Troll Brad Rippelmeyer 1989 Craig Wilson Bill Barnard 1988 Reese Beers 1987 Three with 1986 Gary Pridey 1985 Scott Graves 1984 Nine with 1983 Cary Colbert Jay Kvasnicka 1982 Joe Goedert 1981 Antonio Triplett 1980 Glynn Perry 1979 Jeff Sherrer 1978 Tim Pepper 1977 Jeff Moore 1976 Steve Anson 1975 Steve Anson

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5 2 2 4 2 4 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 8 4 5 3 2 5 7 3 3 4 4 4 3 4 6 1 2 2 10 11 4 6 5 8 6 4

1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

Steve Anson Steve Anson Bill Droege Bill Droege Bill Gartner Bill Huisman Jack Woolsey Jack Woolsey Four with Stu Steele Stu Steele Sam Somerhalder Ernie Recob Five with Gerald Kreske

6 3 4 4 3 4 4 7 3 6 3 3 2 1 2

HOME RUNS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Justin Bloxom Nate Tenbrink Byron Wiley Jared Goedert Steve Murphy Joe Roundy Josh Dent Pat Maloney Pat Maloney Pat Maloney Mark English Quinn Cravens Brett Reid Quinn Cravens Josh Marn Scott Poepard Heath Schesser David Hendrix Scott Poepard David Hendrix Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Brian Culp Chris Hmielewski Sean Collins Jeff Hulse Jim Donohue Jeff Turtle Otto Kaifes Jeff Turtle Otto Kaifes Cary Colbert Three with Cary Colbert Joe Goedert Rob Holder Don Hess Tim Pepper Greg Korbe Dave Specht Steve Anson Don Hoffman Ken Mosley Scott Scholbe Ken Lehrmann Charlie Clark Bob Gartner Bob Gartner Jack Woolsey Jack Woolsey Norb Andrews Stu Steele Joseph Beck Stu Steele Kenneth Aiken Ronald Wilson Raydon Robel Sam Somerhalder John Solmos John Solmos

12 9 7 12 10 10 4 10 11 11 13 10 10 9 9 16 16 12 10 12 12 8 9 7 7 7 12 12 12 9 9 9 9 4 11 6 14 9 7 9 7 7 4 3 3 6 4 3 5 8 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 3 2 6 5

TOTAL BASES 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Byron Wiley Joe Roundy Steve Murphy Terry Blunt Pat Maloney Pat Maloney Josh Cavender Mark English Kasey Weishaar

148 105 102 121 114 93 107 143 115 125 120

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TEAM BATTING STATISTICS Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971

AVG. .317 .261 .290 .314 .309 .259 .282 .314 .279 .302 .300 .284 .326 .297 .299 .276 .262 .304 .310 .282 .283 .339 .293 .261 .296 .253 .274 .313 .294 .295 .251 .265 .287 .306 .276 .260 .251 .275 .289

1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Josh Marn Heath Schesser Todd Fereday Scott Poepard Todd Fereday Dave Hendrix Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Russ Ringgenberg David Chadd Mike Hinkle Jeff Turtle Mark Goodwin Cary Colbert Mark Teague Cary Colbert Antonio Triplett Rob Holder Don Hess Tim Pepper Greg Korbe Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Ken Lehrmann Bill Droege Jim Whitesell Bill Huisman Jack Woolsey Jack Woolsey Ernie Recob Joe Beck Not available Ernie Recob Sam Somerhalder John Solmos John Solmos

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

GP-GS 62-62 58-58 58-58 53-53 55-55 56-56 52-52 55-55 53-53 51-51 55-55 52-52 56-56 54-54 53-53 56-56 49-49 56-56 60-60 57-57 55-55 58-58 52-52 58-58 62-62 38-38 43-43 57-57 55-55 44-44 50-50 49-49 51-51 54-54 46-46 47-47 45-45 34-34 33-33

AB 2126 1936 1937 1788 1917 1893 1834 2005 1774 1714 1910 1800 2052 1923 1801 1821 1630 1781 1863 1738 1668 1910 1603 1783 1832 1061 1250 1665 1479 1238 1286 1325 1416 1511 1303 1290 1241 1000 1069

R 458 311 357 371 428 304 295 416 329 356 370 351 527 460 429 306 303 396 437 325 362 564 373 346 407 202 214 418 359 253 236 268 250 318 259 212 150 160 161

118 181 122 125 100 100 111 138 140 95 101 135 106 99 105 72 81 120 105 107 78 93 112 103 90 69 63 61 64 64 73 76 43 53 53 45 27 35 46

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

110

Justin Bloxom Justin Bloxom Byron Wiley Joe Roundy Steve Murphy Steve Murphy Ty Soto Pat Maloney

.607 .479 .526 .611 .576 .465 .568 .647

RPG 7.4 5.5 6.2 7.0 7.8 5.4 5.7 7.6 6.2 7.0 6.7 6.8 9.4 8.5 8.1 5.5 6.2 7.1 7.3 5.7 6.6 9.7 7.2 6.0 6.6 5.3 5.0 7.3 6.5 5.8 4.7 5.5 4.9 5.9 5.6 4.5 3.3 4.7 4.9

H 675 103 561 562 593 491 517 629 495 518 573 512 669 572 539 503 427 542 577 490 472 648 470 465 543 268 343 521 435 365 324 351 406 462 360 335 311 275 310

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

2B 123 103 79 104 120 96 90 111 81 95 99 123 145 119 104 81 80 123 92 79 82 126 84 91 96 56 61 91 65 47 38 43 60 71 50 64 51 23 34

3B 22 7 15 10 19 12 8 11 12 19 18 13 30 20 17 15 10 17 27 16 19 17 17 16 24 8 10 38 26 20 17 21 23 21 14 14 11 12 15

HR 58 36 24 38 51 24 40 38 41 37 56 46 75 48 35 31 28 32 54 34 25 63 53 38 52 27 20 45 23 40 21 27 22 29 28 18 15 24 14

Pat Maloney Mark English Kasey Weishaar Josh Marn Heath Schesser Dave Hendrix Scott Poepard Dave Hendrix Brian Culp Craig Wilson Craig Wilson Blair Hanneman Sean Collins Bill Barnard Jeff Turtle Jeff Turtle Otto Kaifes Cary Colbert Cary Colbert Cary Colbert Glynn Perry Rob Holder Don Hess Tim Pepper Greg Korbe Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Steve Anson Ken Lehrmann Bill Droege Jim Whitesell Bill Huisman Jack Woolsey Jack Woolsey Ernie Recob Joe Beck Not available Ernie Recob Harold Haun John Solmos John Solmos

RBI 420 280 312 337 388 263 269 369 298 317 331 307 477 407 387 273 251 340 377 283 319 476 330 294 363 169 185 381 283 223 189 219 222 270 218 181 122 144 139

TB 1016 730 742 800 904 683 743 876 723 762 876 799 1099 875 782 707 611 795 885 703 667 997 747 702 843 401 484 823 621 430 462 517 578 662 522 481 429 394 416

.579 .691 .628 .573 .764 .588 .566 .493 .649 .660 .614 .527 .565 .667 .754 .566 .688 .673 .597 .632 .608 .775 .513 .620 .679 .592 .629 .523 .485 .521 .582 .587 .640 .697 .422 .457 .639 .464 .377 .529 .551

WALKS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Adam Muenster Nate Tenbrink Byron Wiley Jared Goedert Terry Blunt Terry Blunt

42 32 43 39 29 45

SLG% .478 .377 .383 .447 .472 .361 .405 .437 .408 .445 .459 .444 .536 .455 .434 .388 .375 .446 .475 .404 .400 .522 .466 .394 .460 .378 .387 .494 .420 .347 .359 .390 .408 .438 .401 .373 .346 .394 .389

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

BB 223 243 267 214 231 259 188 225 194 230 209 240 309 320 382 262 291 209 258 271 300 374 266 298 329 135 199 318 229 176 172 213 215 226 219 201 125 108 96

HBP 83 76 74 52 51 50 36 64 61 64 49 45 39 46 48 29 16 28 29 23 30 35 34 24 28 6 10 14 8 13 12 14 10 14 13 14 9 7 9

SO 393 433 375 283 321 370 365 393 345 333 395 392 407 376 318 342 293 312 327 313 293 336 319 353 344 220 232 248 192 197 242 229 228 221 201 255 222 170 137

Pat Maloney Pat Maloney Osmar Castillo Kasey Weishaar Quinn Cravens Eric Sommerhauser Jason Bichelmeyer Adam Green Chris Bouchard Chris Hess Brian Culp Jamey Stellino Brian Culp Kevin Kaufman Jeff Troll Kent Gleason Mike Hinkle Otto Kaifes Scott Graves Cary Colbert Cary Colbert Joe Goedert Joe Goedert Rob Holder Jeff Sherrer Not available Not available Not available Gary Holub Gary Holub

OB% .399 .362 .391 .399 .394 .360 .357 .393 .367 .399 .379 .379 .418 .406 .430 .373 .372 .381 .430 .380 .395 .447 .400 .367 .406 .337 .374 .419 .384 – – .363 – .392 .381 .360 .318 .343 .349

TOP 10 TEAMS SF 27 23 31 21 24 20 19 39 12 25 25 20 33 24 25 21 19 11 19 12 19 36 15 19 12 7 8 28 14 – – 17 – 25 6 14 12 11 6

25 36 32 32 42 37 40 53 48 34 44 38 37 37 46 47 27 42 38 17 32 55 40 32 24

31 31

STOLEN BASES 2009 Dane Yelovich Adam Muenster 2008 Dane Yelovich Adam Muenster 2007 Eli Rumler 2006 Brandon Farr 2005 Terry Blunt 2004 Terry Blunt 2003 Terry Blunt 2002 Osmar Castillo 2001 Josh Cavender 2000 Chad Tabor 1999 Chad Tabor 1998 Josh Marn Andy Silva 1997 Todd Fereday 1996 Todd Fereday 1995 Tim Decker

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24 24 18 18 15 13 26 15 8 14 17 16 19 7 7 21 16 37

SH 44 48 56 58 44 60 22 29 46 40 41 34 23 23 32 10 26 31 22 22 13 8 6 18 14 4 10 11 21 – – 24 – 15 12 11 13 11 9

SB-SBA 149-194 105-133 80-102 74-85 78-97 63-80 28-41 61-79 53-75 54-76 41-57 30-37 78-101 68-86 100-123 48-65 53-72 50-67 68-95 53-77 110-142 84-97 59-79 98-129 138-162 21 24-33 49 83 42 61 56 21 40 46 39 28 24 30

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

PO 1642 1544 1536 1384 1440 1521 1341 1467 1361 1278 1426 1333 1481 1412 1378 1372 1269 1289 1339 1329 1296 1341 1161 1352 1441 789 938 1232 1112 892 1030 – – – 987 1016 947 747 –

A 687 640 648 614 648 595 523 598 521 535 618 550 643 572 595 545 558 567 571 604 515 521 508 564 469 308 397 528 462 346 356 – – – 358 382 371 295 –

E 67 67 67 57 81 81 109 129 82 99 110 111 113 128 91 132 102 82 78 84 90 120 99 134 93 68 60 84 88 80 83 – – – 85 67 64 66 –

Tim Decker Todd Petering Jamey Stellino Lance Wilson Brian Culp Jeff Troll Russ Ringgenberg Tony Braddock Sean Collins Tony Braddock Gary Pridey Scott Graves Scott Graves Mark Teague J. French Antonio Triplett Glynn Perry Mark Nordyke George Sallas Craig Cooper Ken Dickerson Dave Specht Gary Holub Gary Holub Gary Holub Ken Mosley Joe Steiner Four with Bill Droege Bob Gartner Bill Huisman Jack Woolsey Tom Wheeler Ernie Recob Ernie Recob Keith Cramer Ernie Recob Harold Haun Tom Dunn John Solmos Tom Dunn Al Thaemert Ken Nakari Jim Raffety

FLD% .972 .970 .970 .972 .963 .963 .945 .941 .958 .948 .949 .944 .949 .939 .956 .936 .947 .958 .961 .958 .953 .939 .944 .935 .954 .942 .957 .954 .947 .939 .943 – – – .941 .954 .954 .940 –

13 25 14 16 9 9 43 21 21 11 27 30 6 8 17 19 8 19 13 4 4 9 9 18 14 8 7 5 8 8 9 13 9 11 12 2 3 1 6 6 4 1 1 1

BATTING AVERAGE 1. .339 ....................................1988 2. .326 ....................................1997 3. .317 ................................2009 4. .314 ....................................2002 .314 ....................................2006 6. .313 ....................................1982 7. .310 ....................................1991 8. .309 ....................................2005 9. .306 ....................................1976 10. .304 ....................................1992 RUNS 1. 564 ......................................1988 2. 527 ......................................1997 3. 460 ......................................1996 4. 458 ..................................2009 5. 437 ......................................1991 6. 429 ......................................1995 7. 428 ......................................2005 8. 418 ......................................1982 9. 416 ......................................2002 10. 407 ......................................1985 RUNS PER GAME 1. 9.7 ......................................1988 2. 9.4 ......................................1997 3. 8.5 ......................................1996 4. 8.1 ......................................1995 5. 7.8 ......................................2005 6. 7.6 ......................................2002 7. 7.4 ..................................2009 8. 7.3 ......................................1982 7.3 ......................................1991 10. 7.2 ......................................1987 RUNS BATTED IN 1. 477 ......................................1997 2. 476 ......................................1988 3. 420 ..................................2009 4. 407 ......................................1996 5. 388 ......................................2005 6. 387 ......................................1995 7. 381 ......................................1982 8. 377 ......................................1991 9. 369 ......................................2002 10. 363 ......................................1985 HITS 1. 675 ..................................2009 2. 669 ......................................1997 3. 648 ......................................1988 4. 629 ......................................2002 5. 593 ......................................2005 6. 577 ......................................1991 7. 573 ......................................1999 8. 572 ......................................1996 9. 562 ......................................2006 10. 561 ......................................2007 DOUBLES 1. 145 ......................................1997 2. 126 ......................................1988 3. 123 ......................................1992 123 ......................................1998 123 ..................................2009 6. 120 ......................................2005 7. 119 ......................................1996 8. 111 ......................................2002 9. 104 ......................................1995 104 ......................................2006 TRIPLES 1. 38 ........................................1982 2. 30 ........................................1997 3. 27 ........................................1991 4. 26 ........................................1981 5. 24 ........................................1985 6. 23 ........................................1977 7. 22 ....................................2009 8. 21 ........................................1968 21 ........................................1976 21 ........................................1978 HOME RUNS 1. 75 ........................................1997 2. 63 ........................................1988 3. 58 ....................................2009 4. 56 ........................................1999 5. 54 ........................................1991 6. 53 ........................................1987 7. 52 ........................................1985 8. 51 ........................................2005 9. 48 ........................................1996 10. 46 ........................................1998 STOLEN BASES 1. 149 ..................................2009 2. 138 ......................................1985 3. 110 ......................................1989 4. 105 ......................................2008 5. 100 ......................................1995 6. 98 ........................................1986 7. 84 ........................................1988 8. 83 ........................................1981 9. 80 ........................................2007 10. 78 ........................................1997 78 ........................................2005


YEARLY PITCHING LEADERS VICTORIES 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969

1968 1967 1966 1965 1964

A.J. Morris Brad Hutt Brad Hutt Chase Bayuk Brad Hutt Adam Cowart Chase Mitchell Carlos Torres Jim Ripley Brock Smith Luke Robertson Chad Duckers Jason Wells Derek Andersen Brandon Peck Brandon Peck Eric Yanz Matt Koeman Matt Koeman Adam Novak Jon Oiseth Dan Driskill Rob Merriman Dan Driskill Dan Driskill Kent Hipp Chris Hmielewski Sean Pedersen David Hierholzer Bill Schafer Jeff Peterson Jeff Peterson Zack Kimbell Robby Guinn Tom Smith Wally Bramlage Scott Lichlyter Mike Wilkerson Mickey Fleeman Scott McClanahan Tony Smith Louie Trujillo Mike Johnson Mike O’Malley Larry Spresser Don Waller Scott Mach Neal Hudson Lon Ostrom Frank Seitz Lon Ostrom Andy Replogle Andy Replogle Andy Replogle Bob Lesslie Bruce Bennett Bob Haney Mark Arnold Steve Snyder Steve Wood Nick Horner Steve Snyder Wade Johnson Ivor Evans Wade Johnson Alfred Bolte

14 7 9 7 7 7 7 6 4 6 7 4 4 6 6 4 5 7 6 6 4 3 3 9 5 5 5 5 7 6 6 7 6 5 7 7 3 5 4 4 4 4 6 3 3 4 5 6 6 6 9 9 9 7 6 5 6 3 3 3 8 5 6 3 3 3

1963 Carrold Howard James Wesch 1962 Ivor Evans 1961 Wayne Thummel 1960 Wayne Thummel

2 2 2 5 2

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

A.J. Morris Daniel Edwards Daniel Edwards Ben Hornbeck Adam Cowart Carlos Torres Eric Rollins Franco Pezely Scott Tallman Derek Ver Helst Blake Johnson Andy Silva David Meares David Johnson Dan Albrecht Sean Pedersen Rob Merriman Dan Driskill Kent Hipp David Hierholzer Mike Hedrick Steve Scoville Mike Hinkle Marty Darnell Tom Smith Lynn Lichter Tony Smith Duane Harms Louie Trujillo Doug Able Mike Wright Scott Mach Neal Hudson Ted Power Scott Mach Stu Lindell Andy Replogle Stu Lindell Phil Oliver Bob Haney Steve Snyder Nick Horner Steve Snyder Wade Johnson John Krob Robert Stauth James Wesch Brad Steele Wayne Thummel Richard Heiman

2.09 2.47 2.27 1.24 3.93 4.12 5.65 2.65 2.91 4.68 3.26 2.66 3.00 3.54 1.50 3.63 5.09 3.83 3.47 3.13 3.10 4.85 3.00 3.35 3.87 5.63 4.30 4.59 4.17 6.12 3.67 3.88 3.57 2.34 2.47 1.91 2.74 1.91 2.22 1.34 2.98 2.83 2.69 1.09 3.28 3.13 2.43 5.40 3.64 3.07

STRIKEOUTS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

A.J. Morris Daniel Edwards Brad Hutt Adam Cowart Adam Cowart Jim Ripley Jim Ripley Brock Smith Luke Robertson

100 53 56 72 70 90 59 60 87

2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Luke Robertson Derek Andersen Chris Traylor Eric Yanz Matt Koeman Matt Koeman Jon Oiseth Dan Driskill Dan Driskill Kent Hipp David Hierholzer Bill Schafer David Hierholzer Zack Kimbell Zack Kimbell Rocky Ferguson Tom Smith Lynn Lichter Chris Hamilton Louie Trujillo Mickey Fleeman Tom Harvey Tom Harvey Neal Hudson Dave Tuttle Ted Power Andy Replogle Andy Replogle Andy Replogle Bob Lesslie Lon Kruger Bryce Dietrich Nick Horner Nick Horner Steve Snyder Wade Johnson Ivor Evans Alfred Bolte Alfred Bolte Wayne Thummel Wayne Thummel Richard Heiman

73 91 71 79 84 71 47 64 82 65 90 67 67 71 41 65 82 34 40 65 38 27 35 45 65 99 71 74 78 70 38 48 50 67 61 55 42 36 41 37 46 33

STRIKEOUTS/9 INNINGS 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

James Allen Daniel Edwards Daniel Edwards Ben Hornbeck Adam Cowart Jim Ripley Eric Rollins Jonathan Gutierrez James Brazeal Luke Robertson Tim Johnson Mickey Blount Eric Yanz David Johnson Dan Albrecht Rob Merriman Kevin Wicker Dan Driskill Sean Pedersen David Hierholzer Bill Schafer Scott Scoville Rocky Ferguson Rocky Ferguson

10.3 11.9 12.5 10.8 6.3 10.9 9.1 8.6 8.8 8.8 9.9 11.7 9.8 10.2 10.1 7.0 6.5 7.5 8.8 8.3 9.6 10.0 8.0 8.0

1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Robby Guinn Lynn Lichter Chris Hamilton Louie Trujillo Greg Jones Al Hunter Mark Laterza Neal Hudson Dave Tuttle Ted Power Dave Tuttle Dale Allerheiligen Ted Power Jim Kick Bob Lesslie Lon Kruger Dave Klenda Bob Haney Nick Horner Wade Johnson Steve Wood Ivor Evans Not available Jim Wesch Wayne Thummel Wayne Thummel Richard Heiman

9.4 5.5 8.2 7.7 10.0 8.7 6.6 6.9 8.9 12.2 12.2 9.1 10.0 9.3 10.5 7.4 7.7 11.2 10.0 9.3 9.3 6.8 9.1 8.5 9.5 6.7

FEWEST WALKS/9 INNINGS 2009 Todd Vogel Kayvon Bahramzadeh 2008 Todd Vogel 2007 Tyler Ruch 2006 Adam Cowart 2005 Adam Cowart 2004 B.J. Kissel 2003 Kevin Melcher 2002 Brock Smith 2001 Spencer Black 2000 Luke Robertson 1999 Derek Andersen 1998 Brandon Peck 1997 David Meares 1996 Matt Koeman 1995 Larry Walty 1994 Sean Pedersen 1993 Brett Bock Jeff Woita 1992 Sean Pedersen 1991 Sean Pedersen 1990 Sean Pedersen 1989 David Hierholzer 1988 Zack Kimbell 1987 Mike Hinkle 1986 Scott Lichlyter 1985 Tom Smith 1984 Lynn Lichter 1983 Scott McClanahan 1982 Mickey Fleeman 1981 Mike Johnson 1980 Jim Ferguson 1979 Doug Able 1978 Scott Mach 1977 Neal Hudson 1976 Scott Mach 1975 Scott Mach 1974 Mike Hamilton 1973 Stu Lindell

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2.0 2.0 2.0 2.1 1.1 1.3 1.1 1.6 1.8 2.3 3.4 3.2 2.9 3.0 4.1 5.0 4.8 3.1 3.1 2.2 3.8 3.4 4.0 5.5 2.5 4.2 3.5 3.2 3.0 3.5 4.9 3.4 2.0 3.3 2.4 2.5 2.9 4.7 4.6

1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Dave Klenda Bruce Bennett Bob Haney Bob Haney Steve Snyder Steve Snyder Wade Johnson Bob Ballard Not available Alfred Bolte Wayne Thummel Wayne Thummel Wayne Thummel

3.3 1.9 1.1 2.6 3.6 2.4 2.4 3.3 2.9 4.6 2.7 2.3

INNINGS PITCHED 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

A.J. Morris Brad Butt Brad Hutt Adam Cowart Adam Cowart Carlos Torres Jim Ripley Brock Smith Luke Robertson Jason Wells Derek Andersen Brandon Peck Eric Yanz Matt Koeman Eric Yanz Jon Oiseth Dan Driskill Dan Driskill Kent Hipp David Hierholzer Jeff Peterson Jeff Peterson Zack Kimbell Rocky Ferguson Tom Smith Mike Wilkerson Scott McClanahan Louie Trujillo Mike Johnson Tom Harvey Doug Able Scott Mach Lon Ostrom Ted Power Andy Replogle Andy Replogle Andy Replogle Bob Lesslie Phil Oliver Bryce Dietrich Steve Snyder Nick Horner Steve Snyder Wade Johnson Ivor Evans Alfred Bolte Alfred Bolte Wayne Thummel Wayne Thummel Richard Heiman

116.1 98.2 99.2 89.1 100.2 113.2 67.1 83.0 90.1 87.0 97.2 92.2 72.2 104.2 80.0 73.0 90.3 98.2 83.0 97.2 84.1 76.0 66.2 73.1 114.0 57.1 56.2 76.1 61.0 45.0 54.0 62.2 67.0 73.0 82.1 73.1 78.2 60.0 68.2 62.2 51.1 60.1 60.1 66.1 56.0 51.0 55.2 39.1 47.0 44.1

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TEAM PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

ERA 4.52 5.12 4.68 3.94 4.22 5.54 7.41 5.23 6.27 6.89 6.61 6.32 6.09 5.66 6.31 7.72 6.70 6.01 5.95 5.79 5.48 7.19 6.86 6.79 5.87 7.39 6.01 6.64 6.56 8.08 5.46 5.79 5.20 4.19 3.84 3.01 3.86 3.54 3.92 3.84 3.92 4.02 3.62 2.93

W-L 43-18-1 29-29 34-24 31-20-2 30-25 26-30 15-37 30-25 25-28 19-32 26-29 20-32 32-24 28-26 29-24 13-43 15-34 28-28 31-29 30-27 32-23 34-24 28-24 24-34 29-33 14-24 18-25 29-27-1 34-21 15-29 21-28-1 20-29 28-23 35-19 24-22 31-16 20-25 17-17 18-15 18-18 17-15 15-16 16-13 19-14

APP GS 62 62 58 58 58 58 53 53 55 55 56 56 52 52 55 55 53 53 51 51 55 55 52 52 56 56 54 54 53 53 56 56 49 49 56 56 60 60 57 57 55 55 58 58 52 52 58 58 62 62 38 38 43 43 57 57 55 55 44 44 50 50 49 49 51 51 54 54 46 46 47 47 45 45 34 34 33 33 36 36 32 32 32 32 29 29 33 33

CG SHO CBO SV 6 0 0 11 4 5 3 14 2 4 3 16 2 1 3 12 2 2 1 11 3 1 1 11 1 0 0 7 3 2 0 10 3 1 1 10 5 1 1 6 5 2 1 11 0 1 1 11 0 1 1 13 3 3 2 13 10 1 – 6 4 0 0 7 10 1 – 4 14 1 – 6 18 6 – 3 16 2 – 13 13 2 – 11 14 0 – 4 14 4 – 7 10 3 – 5 26 1 – 3 20 2 – 1 12 3 – 5 18 – – 1 28 – – 6 7 – – 4 19 – – 8 20 – – – 31 – – – 31 – – – 17 – – – 20 – – 3 26 – – 1 15 – – 4 16 – – – 10 – – – 12 – – – 14 – – – 10 – – – 19 – – –

APPEARANCES 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

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Thomas Rooke Daniel Edwards Justin Murray Three players Bryan Peterson Matt Petersen Eric Rollins Franco Pezely Spencer Black Todd Lundwall Tim Johnson Andy Silva David Johnson Brian Thompson Larry Walty Kevin Wicker Brett Bock Brett Bock Dan Driskill Steve Scoville Bill Schafer Bill Schafer Marty Darnell Marty Darnell Three with Mike Wilkerson Dave Schmitz Three with Louie Trujillo Larry Spresser Mike Wright Scott Mach

32 28 24 18 24 21 24 22 21 23 24 20 29 25 25 19 18 20 18 21 17 22 21 19 18 11 16 16 13 16 14 14

IP 547.1 514.2 512.0 461.1 480.0 507.0 447.0 489.0 453.2 426.0 475.0 444.1 493.2 470.2 459.1 460.0 423.0 429.0 447.0 443.0 432.0 447.0 387.0 450.2 474.0 263.0 312.2 410.2 370.2 296.1 346.0 339.0 354.2 365.1 330.2 338.2 316.2 249.0 262.0 277.0 227.2 233.0 210.2 236.1

1977 Scott Mach Frank Seitz 1976 Scott Mach 1975 Three with 1974 Andy Replogle 1973 Stu Lindell 1972 Stu Lindell 1971 Dave Klenda 1970 Three with 1969 Mike Todd 1968 Nick Horner 1967 Steve Snyder 1966 Bob Ballard 1966 Dennis Erkenbrack 1965 Bob Ballard 1964 Alfred Bolte 1963 Alfred Bolte 1962 John Laurie 1961 Richard Heiman 1960 Al Schierling

H 600 587 527 507 502 569 630 581 557 529 576 567 550 569 466 548 517 490 492 525 503 536 470 605 510 363 389 501 449 413 398 427 405 330 305 284 266 228 269 256 200 193 171 213

H/9 9.9 10.3 9.3 9.8 9.4 10.1 12.7 10.7 11.1 11.2 10.9 11.5 10.0 10.9 9.1 10.7 11.0 10.3 9.9 10.7 10.5 10.8 10.9 12.1 9.7 12.4 11.2 11.0 10.9 12.5 10.4 11.3 10.3 8.1 8.3 7.6 7.6 8.2 9.2 8.3 7.9 7.5 7.3 8.1

12 12 14 14 14 14 16 13 17 12 13 11 11 11 14 9 10 12 9 9

GAMES STARTED 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

A.J. Morris Brad Hutt Brad Hutt Adam Cowart Adam Cowart Chase Mitchell 2004 Brett Bagley 2003 Jim Ripley Kevin Melcher 2002 Kevin Melcher Brock Smith

16 14 15 14 14 14 16 13 13 14 14

R 308 328 306 251 271 380 455 386 364 430 412 411 419 453 385 494 401 337 364 338 329 448 353 439 388 248 252 382 334 344 259 305 275 245 218 157 174 142 150 164 134 144 111 116

ER 275 293 266 202 225 312 368 284 316 326 349 312 153 296 322 394 315 287 295 285 263 357 275 340 309 216 209 303 270 266 210 218 205 170 141 112 136 98 114 117 99 104 82 77

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Luke Robertson Jason Wells Derek Andersen Brandon Peck Jon Oiseth Matt Koeman Eric Yanz Jon Oiseth Dan Driskill Dan Driskill Kent Hipp Chris Hmielewski David Hierholzer Jeff Peterson Zack Kimbell Paul Iseman Rocky Ferguson Tom Smith Mike Wilkerson Scott McClanahan Louie Trujillo Mike Johnson Louie Trujillo Tom Harvey Mike O’Malley Doug Able Tom Harvey Neal Hudson Scott Mach Lon Ostrom Dave Tuttle Ted Power Dave Tuttle

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

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BB 169 179 231 120 161 244 221 180 209 271 240 241 310 305 349 393 249 259 304 258 281 338 244 310 288 134 173 281 231 217 168 168 159 209 174 227 201 127 103 161 136 153 133 116

BB/9 2.8 3.1 4.1 2.3 3.0 4.3 4.5 3.3 4.2 5.7 4.6 4.9 5.7 5.8 6.8 7.7 5.3 5.4 6.1 5.2 5.9 6.8 5.7 6.2 5.5 4.6 5.0 6.2 5.6 6.6 4.4 4.5 4.0 5.1 4.7 6.0 5.7 4.6 3.5 5.2 5.4 5.9 5.7 4.4

SO 453 361 383 344 302 408 305 374 314 327 381 382 428 402 368 290 255 309 380 300 320 376 229 287 332 133 184 301 249 186 206 194 194 332 263 297 282 212 164 211 217 213 184 183

TOP 10 TEAMS SO/9 2.7 6.3 6.7 6.7 5.7 7.2 6.1 6.9 6.2 6.9 7.2 7.7 7.8 7.7 7.2 5.7 5.4 6.5 7.7 6.1 6.7 7.6 5.3 5.7 6.3 4.6 5.3 6.6 6.1 5.6 5.4 5.2 4.9 8.2 7.2 7.9 8.0 7.7 5.6 6.9 8.6 8.2 7.9 7.0

13 14 15 16 13 16 12 12 13 13 12 12 14 14 14 10 13 14 10 9 11 9 9 8 8 9 9 9 9 10 10 11 11

2B 98 114 97 114 101 104 105 92 113 113 136 126 112 86 79 102 109 73 90 79 75 84 82 112 87 62 68 81 68 65 59 58 64 51 47 32 33 32 40 28 – 36 25 22

3B 6 8 22 19 11 16 15 17 10 16 21 17 15 18 13 33 20 11 15 14 10 12 10 16 14 16 19 22 15 4 19 28 27 15 17 14 12 5 7 9 – 9 5 8

HR B/Avg. WP HBP 58 .282 37 40 47 .292 29 52 46 .270 41 46 29 .281 14 26 34 .270 15 46 52 .286 56 61 56 .335 54 71 66 .293 53 51 43 .302 47 55 38 .302 54 46 60 .300 39 34 62 .312 43 42 59 .285 61 61 48 .293 53 62 36 .263 62 62 46 .299 66 55 40 .300 44 42 37 .289 59 39 43 .283 50 38 50 .298 42 18 38 .292 51 31 65 .290 69 27 51 .298 20 19 58 .323 21 21 56 .290 28 15 29 .328 20 18 28 .301 25 10 44 .299 59 14 33 .299 28 25 47 .329 40 18 45 .298 29 13 22 .299 25 11 19 .282 – 13 25 .226 23 23 14 .241 32 17 11 .226 35 8 18 .227 20 15 19 .237 10 9 18 .260 11 8 10 .238 34 17 – – 30 3 17 .216 15 5 7 .224 9 8 13 .233 12 11

1975 Andy Replogle 1974 Andy Replogle 1973 Jim Kick Andy Replogle 1972 Bob Lesslie 1971 Phil Oliver 1970 Mark Arnold 1969 Nick Horner 1968 Nick Horner 1967 Wade Johnson Steve Snyder 1966 Wade Johnson 1965 Bob Ballard

13 11 11 11 8 10 10 8 9 7 7 10 6

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 2.93 ....................................1966 2. 3.01 ....................................1974 3. 3.54 ....................................1972 4. 3.62 ....................................1967 5. 3.84 ....................................1970 3.84 ....................................1975 7. 3.86 ....................................1973 8. 3.92 ....................................1969 3.92 ....................................1971 10. 3.94 ....................................2006 EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Since introduction of aluminum bat - 1977)

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

3.94 4.22 4.52 4.68 5.12 5.20 5.23 5.46 5.48 5.54

....................................2006 ....................................2005 ................................2009 ....................................2007 ....................................2008 ....................................1977 ....................................2002 ....................................1979 ....................................1989 ....................................2004

STRIKEOUTS 1. 453 ..................................2009 2. 428 ......................................1997 3. 408 ......................................2004 4. 402 ......................................1996 5. 383 ......................................2007 6. 382 ......................................1998 7. 381 ......................................1999 8. 380 ......................................1991 9. 376 ......................................1988 10. 374 ......................................2002 STRIKEOUTS PER 9 INNINGS 1. 8.6 ......................................1969 2. 8.2 ......................................1968 3. 8.0 ......................................1973 4. 7.9 ......................................1967 7.9 ......................................1974 6. 7.8 ......................................1997 7. 7.7 ......................................1972 7.7 ......................................1991 7.7 ......................................1996 7.7 ......................................1998 FEWEST WALKS PER 9 INNINGS 1. 2.3 ......................................2006 2. 2.8 ..................................2009 3. 3.0 ......................................2005 4. 3.1 ......................................2008 5. 3.3 ......................................2002 6. 3.5 ......................................1971 7. 3.6 ......................................1964 8. 4.0 ......................................1977 9. 4.1 ......................................2007 10. 4.2 ......................................2001 FEWEST HITS PER 9 INNINGS 1. 7.3 ......................................1967 2. 7.5 ......................................1968 3. 7.6 ......................................1973 7.6 ......................................1974 5. 7.9 ......................................1969 6. 8.1 ......................................1966 8.1 ......................................1976 8. 8.2 ......................................1972 9. 8.3 ......................................1970 8.3 ......................................1975 FEWEST HITS PER 9 INNINGS (Since introduction of aluminum bat - 1977)

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

9.1 ......................................1995 9.3 ......................................2007 9.4 ......................................2005 9.7 ......................................1985 9.8 ......................................2006 9.9 ......................................1991 9.9 ..................................2009 8. 10.0 ....................................1997 9. 10.1 ....................................2004 10. 10.3 ....................................1977 10.3 ....................................1992 10.3 ....................................2008 LOWEST OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE (Since introduction of aluminum bat - 1977)

1. .263 ....................................1995 2. .270 ....................................2005 .270 .................................... 2007 4. .281 ....................................2006 5. .282 ....................................1977 .282 ................................2009 7. .283 ....................................1991 8. .285 ....................................1997 9. .286 ....................................2004 10. .289 ....................................1992


YEARLY SUMMARY Year 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

Overall Record 4-3 2-6 3-5 3-7 6-8 5-5 8-5 8-6 9-8 14-4-1 19-4 12-2-1 14-6 17-3 10-2 12-2 7-8 6-8-1 6-5 3-9 6-3 4-2 11-2 4-4 2-2 5-6 9-8 6-6 5-1 5-3 10-2

Conference Record Finish Home Away Neutral – – 3-2 1-1 0-0 – – 2-6 0-0 0-0 – – 3-4 0-1 0-0 – – 3-2 0-5 0-0 – – 6-4 0-4 0-0 – – 4-2 1-3 0-0 – – 5-3 3-2 0-0 – – 4-3 4-3 0-0 – – 7-4 2-4 0-0 – – 10-3 4-1-1 0-0 – – 15-3 4-1 0-0 – – 9-2-1 3-0 0-0 – – 14-1 0-5 0-0 – – 13-2 4-1 0-0 – – 6-1 4-1 0-0 – – 11-1 1-1 0-0 – – 6-7 1-1 0-0 – – 6-5 0-3-1 0-0 – – 5-4 1-1 0-0 – – 3-6 0-3 0-0 – – 5-2 1-1 0-0 No team due to World War I – – 4-2 0-0 0-0 – – 7-0 4-2 0-0 – – 1-4 3-0 0-0 – – 1-1 1-1 0-0 – – 3-2 2-4 0-0 – – 7-3 2-5 0-0 – – 4-4 2-2 0-0 – – 5-1 0-0 0-0 – – 4-2 1-1 0-0 – – 3-0 7-2 0-0

BIG SIX CONFERENCE (1929-47) 1929 9-5 8-5 T2nd 7-2 1930 13-3-1 9-3 T1st 10-3 1931 7-7 4-4 3rd 4-2 1932 7-6 5-4 3rd 3-4 1933 9-3 3-2 T1st 7-3 1934 7-6 – – 4-1 1935 4-5 4-5 3rd 2-4 1936 5-9 3-7 4th 1-5 1937 8-4-1 7-3 2nd 8-4-1 1938 8-7 4-7 5th 6-2 1939 8-9 5-9 T4th 4-2 1940 11-5 8-4 2nd 6-2 1941 8-7 5-4 3rd 6-2 1942 4-10 4-7 3rd 2-2 1943-45 No team due to World War II 1946 2-11 1-9 6th 2-5 1947 16-6 7-5 3rd 10-1

Coach H.W. Wagner Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Mike Ahearn Mike Ahearn Mike Ahearn Mike Ahearn Mike Ahearn Mike Ahearn Mike Ahearn Unknown Guy Lowman Guy Lowman Guy Lowman Guy Lowman Unknown Unknown Z.G. Clevenger Z.G. Clevenger Z.G. Clevenger E.C. Curtiss E.C. Curtiss E.C. Curtiss Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut

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

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

Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Charles Coursaut Wes Fry Wes Fry Wes Fry Wes Fry Charles Coursaut ^Myers/Russell Chili Cochrane Chili Cochrane

0-6 5-3

0-0 0-0

Chili Cochrane Lud Fiser

BIG SEVEN CONFERENCE (1948-57) 1948 9-10 7-8 3rd 1949 7-12 6-8 5th 1950 7-13 5-11 7th 1951 5-10 5-10 6th 1952 5-15 2-15 7th 1953 4-13 1-12 7th 1954 10-10 3-10 7th 1955 4-11 2-10 T6th 1956 5-10 3-9 7th 1957 7-10 5-10 7th

5-4 5-4 4-8 4-4 3-8 3-8 3-4 4-6 3-2 4-4

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Lud Fiser Fritz Knorr Fritz Knorr Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE (1958-96) 1958 2-18 2-18 8th 1959 4-9 4-9 7th 1960 5-18 3-14 8th 1961 10-12 10-10 4th 1962 4-18 2-16 8th 1963 6-20 4-16 8th 1964 6-17 3-15 8th 1965 8-18 6-13 7th 1966 20-13 10-10 T4th 1967 16-13 9-8 4th 1968 15-16-1 13-7 2nd 1969 17-15 7-9 4th 1970 18-18 8-10 6th 1971 18-15 11-10 5th 1972 17-17 9-9 5th 1973 20-25 9-11 4th

1-10 1-4 1-8 7-4 1-8 3-3 2-7 5-3 8-6 4-5 7-5 8-4 7-7 7-3 7-6 16-6

1-7 3-5 4-10 3-8 3-10 3-17 4-10 3-15 12-7 12-8 8-11-1 9-11 6-8 8-9 10-11 4-19

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-3 3-3 0-0 0-0

Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Ray Wauthier Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Bob Brasher Phil Wilson

Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Overall Conference Record Record Finish 31-16 14-7 2nd 24-22 9-9 T4th 35-19 11-10 5th 28-23 7-5 2nd* 20-29 2-10 4th* 21-28-1 3-17 4th* 15-29 2-18 4th* 34-21 8-12 6th 29-27 4-20 7th 18-25 2-16 7th 14-24 4-18 7th 29-33 8-14 4th 24-34 5-19 7th 28-24 9-12 5th 34-24 8-16 T5th 32-23 8-16 T5th 30-27 13-11 2nd 31-29 9-15 7th 28-28 8-16 T6th 15-34 6-17 6th 13-43 3-27 7th 29-24 13-14 T4th 28-26 11-18 5th

BIG 12 CONFERENCE (1997-PRESENT) 1997 32-24 10-20 9th 1998 20-32 9-19 10th 1999 26-29 11-18 9th 2000 19-32 5-24 11th 2001 25-28 10-17 9th 2002 30-25 13-13 T5th 2003 15-37 5-22 10th 2004 26-30 4-23 10th 2005 30-25 8-19 10th 2006 31-20-2 8-17-2 9th 2007 34-24 10-16 8th 2008 29-29 11-16 T6th 2009 43-18-1 14-11-1 4th

Home 19-7 17-12 26-8 20-5 13-9 20-17-1 12-12 30-6 28-13 11-10 13-7 21-8 14-12 20-3 20-11 22-7 22-8 17-11 13-11 8-14 9-14 21-6 13-11

20-11 14-11 0-0 13-12 18-11 16-10 8-13 17-15 21-9 22-9 19-9 18-11 24-7

Away Neutral 12-9 0-0 7-10 0-0 7-7 2-4 6-14 2-4 7-20 0-0 0-10 1-1 3-17 0-0 4-15 0-0 1-14 0-0 3-12 4-3 1-17 0-0 6-21 2-4 10-22 0-0 8-21 0-0 9-12 5-1 6-14 4-2 8-14 0-5 13-15 1-3 10-16 5-1 2-16 5-4 3-26 1-3 5-13 3-5 11-12 4-3

Coach Phil Wilson Phil Wilson Phil Wilson Phil Wilson Dave Baker Dave Baker Dave Baker Dave Baker Dave Baker Dave Baker Bill Hickey Gary Vaught Gary Vaught Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark

8-10 3-18 4-17 2-15 4-16 7-8 2-20 4-13 4-13 5-9-2 7-12 7-15 13-9-1

Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Mike Clark Brad Hill Brad Hill Brad Hill Brad Hill Brad Hill Brad Hill

4-3 3-3 22-12 4-5 3-1 7-7 5-4 5-2 5-3 4-2 8-3 4-3 6-2

^Frank Myers and Dougal Russell served as co-head coaches in the 1940 season. * Big Eight was divided into East and West divisions.

COACHING RECORDS: Mike Clark, 1987-2003 ..........................................................................................435-489 (.471) Brad Hill, 2004-present ..........................................................................193-146-3 (.569) Phil Wilson, 1973-77..............................................................................................138-105 (.568) Dave Baker, 1978-83..............................................................................................137-159 (.463) Bob Brasher, 1965-72 ........................................................................................129-125-1 (.508) Mike Ahearn, 1904-10 ............................................................................................93-33-2 (.734) Charles Coursaut, 1925-34, 1939 ..........................................................................86-51-1 (.627) Ray Wauthier, 1951-64 ............................................................................................77-191 (.287) Gary Vaught, 1985-86................................................................................................53-67 (.442) Guy Lowman, 1912-15 ..........................................................................................31-23-1 (.573) Wes Fry, 1935-38 ....................................................................................................25-25-1 (.500) Lud Fiser, 1947-48......................................................................................................25-16 (.610) Z.G. Clevinger, 1919-21................................................................................................19-8 (.704) E.C. Curtiss, 1922-24..................................................................................................16-16 (.500) Bill Hickey, 1984 ........................................................................................................14-24 (.368) Fritz Knorr, 1949-50 ..................................................................................................14-25 (.359) Chili Cochrane, 1941-46 ............................................................................................14-28 (.333) Frank Myers/Dougal Russell, 1940 ..............................................................................11-5 (.688)

BREAKDOWN: Overall ....................................................................................................1,560-1,598-10 (.494) Conference .................................................................................................... 511-938-3 (.353) Known Home Record..................................................................................1,003-621-3 (.617) Known Road Record ......................................................................................426-860-7 (.332) Known Neutral Record ......................................................................................127-99 (.652) Exactly .500 Seasons............................................................................................................10 Over .500 Seasons................................................................................................................49 Under .500 Seasons..............................................................................................................50 Most wins, season ....................................................................................................43 (2009) Most losses, season ..................................................................................................43 (1994)

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YEARLY RESULTS 1906

HASKELL at Kansas at Saint Mary’s HASKELL

14-4-1 Overall Home: 10-3 • Away: 4-1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Ahearn SAINT PAUL (Amer. Assoc.) NEBRASKA WASHBURN COLLEGE OF EMPORIA OTTAWA at Haskell at Baker at Kansas at Fort Riley BAKER EMPORIA NORMAL at Emporia Normal at Washburn FAIRMOUNT KANSAS FRIENDS WASHBURN RANDOLPH HASKELL

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1 0 8 13 23 11 2 8 6 14 1 2 2 4 4 8 4 5 13

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22 10 1 0 7 0 1 6 1 1 0 2 7 3 6 0 0 0 0

1907 19-4 Overall Home: 15-3 • Away: 4-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Ahearn FORT RILEY SAINT PAUL (Amer. Assoc.) WASHBURN COLLEGE OF EMPORIA OTTAWA BAKER HASKELL at Kansas MISSOURI DRURY EMPORIA NORMAL at College of Emporia at Emporia Normal at Washburn FAIRMOUNT KANSAS KANSAS BETHANY COTNER WASHBURN LEONARDVILLE at Fort Riley HASKELL

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5 1 6 16 4 12 2 4 5 5 6 8 4 7 10 4 6 6 2 2 3 7 6

-

3 3 0 2 2 14 3 0 2 2 1 1 1 8 1 3 5 1 0 1 0 2 1

1908 12-2-1 Overall Home: 9-2-1 • Away: 3-0 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Ahearn TOPEKA WHITE SOX WASHBURN SAINT MARY’S WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE OF EMPORIA SOUTHWESTERN MCPHERSON EPWORTH at Saint Mary’s KANSAS WESLEYAN HIGHLAND PARK (Iowa) at Washburn at Emporia Normal KANSAS KANSAS

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3 1 2 8 2 6 13 4 3 13 5 1 10 2 1

-

9 3 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 4 1 0

1909 14-6 Overall Home: 14-1 • Away: 0-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Ahearn TOPEKA WHITE SOX WASHBURN NEBRASKA WESLEYAN KANSAS KANSAS SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA at Nebraska BETHANY at Highland Park (Iowa) at Iowa State SALINA WESLEYAN NW OKLAHOMA FAIRMOUNT WILLIAM JEWELL HIGHLAND PARK (Iowa)

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3 10 3 9 4 4 7 3 8 2 0 6 6 11 4 10

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2 4 0 4 5 2 3 14 0 4 3 5 2 2 0 5

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5 2 2 11

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4 4 3 0

1910 17-3 Overall Home: 13-2 • Away: 4-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Ahearn NEBRASKA WESLEYAN WESTERN NORMAL NEBRASKA NEBRASKA MISSOURI VALLEY KANSAS WESLEYAN MANHATTAN OTTAWA KSN MANHATTAN at Arkansas at Drury WASHBURN TARKIO WILLIAM JEWELL at Nebraska Wesleyan at Cotner at Nebraska COTNER HASKELL

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6 7 11 7 10 7 7 4 2 1 3 3 3 6 17 6 5 9 5 15

-

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

MISSOURI CHINESE UNIVERSITY (Hawaii) BETHANY EMPORIA NORMAL HASKELL WASHBURN at Missouri at Missouri at Washburn SAINT MARY’S WASHINGTON (Mo.) at Saint Mary’s KANSAS KANSAS

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7 6 3 8 3 5 16 6 5 5 8 7

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6 4 15 9 1 2 2 3 1 3 0 5

BETHANY KANSAS WESLEYAN CHINESE UNIVERSITY (Hawaii) HASKELL IOWA STATE IOWA STATE KANSAS KANSAS MISSOURI at Kansas at Missouri

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KANSAS WESLEYAN BAKER HAWAII MISSOURI MISSOURI KANSAS KANSAS SAINT MARY’S at Haskell EMPORIA NORMAL at Kansas at Kansas

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2 15 13 6 7 8 2 10 4 8 4 1 8 2

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0 6 5 2 5 2 7 1 1 4 3 3 1 1

MISSOURI MISSOURI EMPORIA NORMAL BETHANY at Missouri at Missouri SAINT MARY’S HASKELL SAINT MARY’S

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5 1 0 9 8 6 10 0 12 5 0

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0 6 18 3 2 3 11 5 3 3 2

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

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1 15 2 12 3 4 4 1 6 1 4 10

3 1 8 29 6 2 13 6 7

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11 6 3 8 2 4 1 4 4

1918

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3 8 10 7 5 4 2 4 2 3 6 0 5 3 0

1914 6-8-1 Overall Home: 6-5 • Away: 0-3-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Guy Lowman L

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1921 4-4 Overall Home: 1-4 • Away: 3-0 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Z.G. Clevenger HASKELL NEBRASKA NEBRASKA at Oklahoma at Nebraska at Nebraska KANSAS KANSAS

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5 2 5 2 7 6 5 6

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7 5 6 1 5 5 3 10

7 13 9 5

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15 8 7 8

1 3 1 0 5 3 10 3 3 4 8

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3 8 10 7 3 7 5 2 16 3 4

2 2 1 5 0 4 4 8 8 1 3 7 10 5 10 2 1

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3 4 10 3 9 1 2 5 9 5 6 0 9 7 1 0 0

6 5 1 3 7 3 1 2 10 0 0 9

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1 4 5 0 10 4 0 3 1 1 5 6

5 5 5 5 6 3

-

4 2 11 4 0 1

2-2 Overall Home: 1-1 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: E.C. Curtiss at Oklahoma at Saint Mary’s OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA

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1923 5-6 Overall Home: 3-2 • Away: 2-4 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: E.C. Curtiss at Oklahoma at Oklahoma SAINT MARY’S at Missouri at Missouri MISSOURI MISSOURI at Kansas at Kansas OKLAHOMA BAKER

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1924 9-8 Overall Home: 7-3 • Away: 2-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: E.C. Curtiss at Saint Mary’s at Oklahoma at Oklahoma at Missouri at Missouri KANSAS KANSAS at Nebraska at Nebraska NEBRASKA NEBRASKA HASKELL MISSOURI MISSOURI OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA

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1925 6-6 Overall Home: 4-4 • Away: 2-2 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant

4-2 Overall Home: 4-2 • Away: 0-0 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Z.G. Clevenger 19 9 8 3 4 6 1 3 5 0 5 1 3 6 7

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No team due to World War I

1919

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KANSAS KANSAS

1922

1917

7-8 Overall Home: 6-7 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Guy Lowman

MISSOURI

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6-3 Overall Home: 5-2 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Unknown

1913

COLLEGE OF EMPORIA WARRENSBURG NORMAL EMPORIA NORMAL HONOLULU UNIVERSITY NEBRASKA NEBRASKA MISSOURI MISSOURI SAINT MARY’S KANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA at Kansas at Kansas HASKELL

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1915

1912

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7 7 0 4 3 0 9 2 7 4 2 3 1 0

3-9 Overall Home: 3-6 • Away: 0-3 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Unknown

12-2 Overall Home: 11-1 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Guy Lowman MISSOURI MISSOURI OKLAHOMA STATE COLLEGE OF EMPORIA BAKER KANSAS at Missouri FAIRMOUNT EMPORIA NORMAL BETHANY CHILLACO FRIENDS WESLEYAN at Saint Mary’s

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1916

10-2 Overall Home: 6-1 • Away: 4-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Unknown W W

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3 1 2 3 12 13 0 2 6 2 7 2 4 6

6-5 Overall Home: 5-4 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Guy Lowman

1911

COOPER at Kansas at Kansas KANSAS KANSAS WASHBURN WASHBURN BETHANY WARRENSBURG NORMAL at Bethany at Cooper at Fairmount

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SAINT MARY’S FORT RILEY HASKELL SAINT MARY’S KANSAS KANSAS

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12 7 10 2 1 1

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8 1 6 5 0 2

1920 11-2 Overall Home: 7-0 • Away: 4-2 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Z.G. Clevenger FORT RILEY at Oklahoma State FORT RILEY at Oklahoma at Missouri at Missouri at Pikers at Pikers OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA MISSOURI

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8 9 5 7 3 4 1 3 6 3 6

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2 0 4 1 2 3 5 8 2 2 2

MISSOURI MISSOURI at Oklahoma at Oklahoma NEBRASKA NEBRASKA at Kansas at Kansas SAINT MARY’S OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA KANSAS

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1926 5-1 Overall Home: 5-1 • Away: 0-0 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant MISSOURI MISSOURI OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA

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YEARLY RESULTS 1927

1932

5-3 Overall Home: 4-2 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE at Kansas at Kansas IOWA STATE IOWA STATE

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1 4 4 5 3 5 5 10

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7 6 0 0 7 2 4 4

1928 10-2 Overall Home: 3-0 • Away: 7-2 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant at Saint Mary’s at Iowa State at Iowa State at Kansas KANSAS MISSOURI MISSOURI at Fort Riley at Oklahoma at Oklahoma at Kansas at Kansas

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7 26 8 4 4 5 11 5 11 3 7 8

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5 6 0 9 2 0 4 2 9 2 6 9

1929 9-5 Overall • 8-5 Big Six (T2nd) Home: 7-2 • Away: 2-3 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant KANSAS* KANSAS* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* IOWA STATE* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Saint Mary’s

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1936

7-6 Overall • 5-4 Big Six (3rd) Home: 3-4 • Away: 4-2 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant

17 16 1 7 5 4 7 0 2 3 11 6 8 5

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at College of Emporia at Haskell KANSAS* KANSAS* OKLAHOMA* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* COLLEGE OF EMPORIA HASKELL at Kansas* at Kansas*

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7 3 3 3 5 7 5 1 0 12 7 12 8

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1 4 12 9 0 6 14 0 8 1 9 1 4

OKLAHOMA STATE at Oklahoma State at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE MISSOURI* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri*

1933

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11-5 Overall • 8-4 Big Six (2nd) Home: 6-2 • Away: 5-3 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Frank Myers/Dougal Russell 3 15 5 2 11 3 0 4 6 9 0 3 6 4

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5 3 11 10 14 8 4 2 14 4 2 2 10 3

1937

9-3 Overall • 3-2 Big Six (T1st) Home: 7-3 • Away: 2-0 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant HASKELL MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MARYSVILLE TEACHERS at Missouri* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Haskell COLLEGE OF EMPORIA SOUTHWESTERN SOUTHWESTERN MARYSVILLE TEACHERS

1940

5-9 Overall • 3-7 Big Six (4th) Home: 1-5 • Away: 4-4 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Wes Fry

8-4-1 Overall • 7-3 Big Six (2nd) Home: 8-4-1 • Away: 0-0 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Wes Fry 8 11 3 4 12 6 7 7 11 6 6 13

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4 5 10 11 3 7 6 5 6 1 3 4

7 5 0 8 3 5 1 1 3 2 10 7 6 2

OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* KANSAS* KANSAS* MISSOURI IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* KANSAS* KANSAS*

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5 12 9 13 2 11 6 2 17 0 0 7 12

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6 11 6 6 7 6 1 1 5 4 9 5 12

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1 4 6 4 0 1 1 1 9 1 1 7 9 1 9 2 3

1931 7-7 Overall • 4-4 Big Six (3rd) Home: 4-2 • Away: 3-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant HASKELL at Saint Mary’s at Northwest Missouri Teachers at Missouri* at Missouri* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* SAINT MARY’S KANSAS KANSAS NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA*

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1934

1938

7-6 Overall Home: 4-1 • Away: 3-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant NEBRASKA NEBRASKA MISSOURI MISSOURI OKLAHOMA STATE at Nebraska at Nebraska at Missouri at Missouri at Oklahoma at Oklahoma at Oklahoma at Oklahoma State

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8-7 Overall • 4-7 Big Six (5th) Home: 6-2 • Away: 2-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Wes Fry 12 2 6 30 3 9 15 9 0 3 2 1 2

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4 3 5 8 2 4 6 3 5 4 3 2 4

1935 5 4 6 6 11 4 8 3 0 9 16 8 20 5

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17 5 7 4 14 3 4 4 11 3 22 7 4 1

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8 14 14 14 1 0 3 8 9 6 7 7 8 1 11 8

-

1 16 4 2 3 1 6 6 7 2 6 6 2 11 4 4

7 9 7 2 6 2 2 2 7 1 6 8 1 8 11

-

5 6 8 10 2 11 3 11 6 5 2 6 11 4 6

3 3 6 4 3 6 3 8 7 1 5 18 0 0

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0 7 8 11 4 9 4 6 0 3 6 4 6 1

1 14 2 2 1 6 9 8 3 0 2 3 2

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2 8 10 4 2 8 10 6 4 2 3 11 18

14 11 10 0 21 13

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3 9 6 2 1 3

8-7 Overall • 5-4 Big Six (3rd) Home: 6-2 • Away: 2-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Chili Cochrane NEBRASKA* FRIENDS at Oklahoma State at Missouri* MISSOURI* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Rockhurst ROCKHURST at Marysville Teachers at Marysville Teachers at Iowa State* at Iowa State* KANSAS* KANSAS*

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1942

The 1933 Big Six Champions 3 9 6 1 1 10 6 16 10 7 16 9 7 3 5 8 8

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1941

1930

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4-10 Overall • 4-7 Big Six (3rd) Home: 2-2 • Away: 2-8 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Chili Cochrane

13-3-1 Overall • 9-3 Big Six (T1st) Home: 10-3 • Away: 3-0-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant at Saint Mary’s BAKER at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA* SAINT MARY’S KANSAS* KIRKSVILLE TECH MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* KANSAS* KANSAS*

BAKER at Kansas* at Kansas* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE ROCKHURST IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* KANSAS* KANSAS*

4-5 Overall • 4-5 Big Six (3rd) Home: 2-4 • Away: 2-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Wes Fry at Missouri* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* OKLAHOMA*

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KANSAS* BETHANY BETHANY at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Missouri* at Missouri* BAKER BAKER at Kansas* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* KANSAS*

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8-9 Overall • 5-9 Big Six (5th) Home: 4-2 • Away: 1-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Charles Coursant OKLAHOMA* at Iowa State* IOWA STATE* at Marysville Teachers NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* OKLAHOMA* KANSAS*

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1943-45 No team due to World War II

1946 2-11 Overall • 1-9 Big Six (6th) Home: 2-5 • Away: 0-6 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Chili Cochrane at Kansas* KANSAS* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Fort Riley KANSAS* KANSAS* FORT RILEY at Iowa State* at Iowa State* OKLAHOMA STATE at Nebraska* at Nebraska*

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1947 16-6 Overall • 7-5 Big Six (3rd) Home: 10-1 • Away: 5-3 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Lud Fiser COLORADO COLORADO IOWA STATE* at Missouri* FORT RILEY WASHBURN

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4/14 4/23 4/27 4/28 5/4 5/5 5/7 5/8 5/14 5/15 5/19 5/19 5/25 5/26

1948

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at Arkansas State at Memphis Naval WICHITA NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Missouri* at Missouri* FORBES AIR BASE KANSAS* KANSAS* IOWA STATE* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* COLORADO* COLORADO*

4/4 4/15 4/16 4/22 4/23 5/2 5/3 5/9 5/10 5/14 5/14 5/16 5/17

at Memphis Naval NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* COLORADO* COLORADO* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Missouri* at Missouri* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Nebraska* at Nebraska*

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3 2 0 5 3 6 0 1 2 9 2 3 2

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9 13 15 18 2 10 3 19 15 7 6 8 6

1956 5-10 Overall • 3-9 Big Seven (7th) Home: 3-2 • Away: 2-8 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 13 10 3 1 1 0 4 8 3 10 0 2 6 5 12 12 6 4 7 17

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7 1 0 12 14 20 12 6 5 11 16 19 9 4 18 24 12 7 9 19

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3 3 11 7 22 15 7 4 6 6 5 0 0 0 3 5 4 4 4 14

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3/29 3/29 4/4 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/30 5/4 5/5 5/11 5/12 5/14 5/15

at Wichita State at Wichita State at Memphis Naval at Nebraska* at Nebraska* KANSAS* at Kansas* MISSOURI* OKLAHOMA* at Colorado* at Colorado* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Iowa State* at Iowa State*

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1957 7-10 Overall • 5-10 Big Seven (7th) Home: 4-4 • Away: 3-6 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 4/2 4/3 4/13 4/13 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/27 4/27 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/11 5/11 5/17 5/18 5/18

at Memphis Naval at Hillsdale at Nebraska* at Nebraska* KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* COLORADO* COLORADO* COLORADO*

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6 19 11 2 3 1 3 2 0 4 5 2 2 6 4 3 10

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1 3 4 17 1 3 11 15 9 16 6 9 13 12 3 2 5

5/16 5/17 5/17 5/23 5/24 5/24

at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA*

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1 4 1 1 1 1

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10 9 9 9 10 4

3 26 22 0 0 3 10 5 0 7 15 0 0

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0 3 0 19 15 8 19 9 12 8 11 1 1

8 5 7 11 0 5 4 1 8 1 2 2 7 7 11 0 6 3 7 5 1 9 4

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2 23 4 19 7 6 5 6 14 8 9 11 8 11 12 3 5 2 16 6 2 2 5

1959 4-9 Overall • 4-9 Big Eight (7th) Home: 1-4 • Away: 3-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/24 4/25 4/25 5/1 5/2 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/23 5/23

at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Nebraska* at Nebraska*

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1960 5-18 Overall • 3-14 Big Eight (8th) Home: 1-8 • Away: 4-10 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 3/28 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/22 4/22 4/23 5/7 5/7 5/13 5/13 5/14 5/20 5/20 5/21

at Memphis State at Memphis State at Arkansas State at Arkansas State at Murray State at Murray State NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas*

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1954

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4/2 4/2 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/14 4/21 4/26 4/27 5/1 5/1 5/4 5/4 5/7 5/8 5/10 5/11 5/14 5/15

at Wichita State at Wichita State at Memphis Naval at Memphis Naval at Arkansas State at Arkansas State at Kansas* HUTCHINSON NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Colorado* at Colorado*

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1955 4-11 Overall • 2-10 Big Seven (T6th) Home: 4-6 • Away: 0-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier

5-10 Overall • 5-10 Big Seven (6th) Home: 4-4 • Away: 1-6 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier

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1951

at Oklahoma*

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1950

4/13

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5 0 1 9 2 1 2 4 6 10 2 2 8 0

4-13 Overall • 1-12 Big Seven (7th) Home: 3-8 • Away: 1-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier

7-13 Overall • 5-11 Big Seven (7th) Home: 4-8 • Away: 3-5 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Fritz Knorr OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE at Nebraska* at Nebraska* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Kansas* at Kansas* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Colorado* at Colorado* TULSA TULSA

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5-15 Overall • 2-15 Big Seven (7th) Home: 3-8 • Away: 2-7 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier FORBES AIR BASE W 4/10 WICHITA STATE W 4/10 WICHITA STATE W 4/15 NEBRASKA* L 4/16 NEBRASKA* L 4/18 MISSOURI* L 4/19 MISSOURI* L at Iowa State* W 4/25 at Kansas* L 4/26 at Kansas* L 4/29 at Nebraska* L 4/30 at Nebraska* L 5/2 at Missouri* L 5/3 at Missouri* W 5/5 OKLAHOMA* L 5/6 OKLAHOMA* L 5/10 at Colorado* L 5/10 at Colorado* L 5/12 KANSAS* L 5/13 KANSAS* L

1949 7-12 Overall • 6-8 Big Seven (5th) Home: 5-4 • Away: 2-8 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Fritz Knorr WICHITA STATE at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma State at Oklahoma State at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Kansas* at Kansas* IOWA STATE* WASHBURN at Washburn NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* COLORADO* COLORADO* at Missouri* KANSAS* KANSAS*

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1952

9-10 Overall • 7-8 Big Seven (3rd) Home: 5-4 • Away: 4-6 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Lud Fiser KANSAS WESLEYAN at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Colorado* at Colorado* OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Missouri* at Missouri* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Kansas*

at Oklahoma* at Nebraska* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Kansas* at Kansas* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* KANSAS* KANSAS* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* MISSOURI* MISSOURI*

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1961

2-18 Overall • 2-18 Big Eight (8th) Home: 1-11 • Away: 1-7 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/25 4/26 4/26 5/3 5/3 5/9 5/10 5/10

OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA*

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5 3 5 12 9 5 24 5 3 5 3 12 8 5

3/27 3/28 4/7 4/7 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/5

at Arkansas State at Arkansas State IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* COLORADO* COLORADO* COLORADO* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* OKLAHOMA*

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YEARLY RESULTS 5/5 5/6 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/19 5/19 5/20

OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska*

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1965 8-18 Overall • 6-13 Big Eight (7th) Home: 5-3 • Away: 3-15 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bob Brasher

1962 4-18 Overall • 2-16 Big Eight (8th) Home: 1-8 • Away: 3-10 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/20 4/20 4/21 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/18 5/18 5/19

at Southwestern at Southwestern at Memphis State at Memphis State OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA*

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4 6 2 1 0 0 6 0 4 5 0 7 4 2 1 4 4 0 5 3 3 13

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3 2 10 17 1 4 8 2 3 12 5 8 9 9 12 21 15 7 8 15 4 3

5 0 11 8 12 5 2 1 9 2 2 1 2 2 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 11 3 4 3

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8 3 6 11 3 6 6 6 2 6 3 5 6 12 11 4 8 4 5 6 4 1 2 6 5 7

1963 6-20 Overall • 4-16 Big Eight (8th) Home: 3-3 • Away: 3-17 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/26 4/26 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/17 5/17 5/18

at Memphis State at Memphis State at Southwestern (Texas) at Southwestern (Texas) at Arkansas State at Arkansas State at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* (8) at Oklahoma State* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado*

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1964 6-17 Overall • 3-15 Big Eight (8th) Home: 3-9 • Away: 3-8 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Ray Wauthier

4/10 4/10 4/11 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/24 4/24 4/24 5/8 5/9 5/9 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/22 5/22 5/23

at Memphis State at Memphis State at Delta State at Arkansas State at Arkansas State at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* COLORADO* COLORADO* COLORADO*

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6 3 8 3 5 1 2 7 1 0 4 1 1 0 16 3 1 2 1 1 3 7 6

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7 9 3 1 7 6 8 5 0 2 5 7 2 6 10 7 0 3 6 9 9 14 24

4/9 4/9 4/10 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/23 4/23 4/30 4/30 5/1

5/14 5/14 5/15 5/21 5/21 5/22

at Mississippi at Mississippi at Delta State at Delta State at Arkansas State IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Colorado* at Colorado* WASHBURN WASHBURN KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma*

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1966 20-13 Overall • 10-10 Big Eight (T4th) Home: 8-6 • Away: 12-7 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Starters: LF - Dave Baker, CF - Ernie Recob, RF - Norb Andrews, 3B - Ron Scholl, SS/3B - Gary Holland, 2B Jim Scheffer , 1B - Stu Steele, C - Dave Doolittle, P - Bob Ballard, Dennis Erkenbrack, Wade Johnson & Steve Wood. 3/28 at Baylor L 0 - 2 3/28 at Baylor W 5 - 0 3/29 at TCU W 3 - 1 3/29 at TCU L 1 - 6 3/30 at TCU W 8 - 6 4/1 at Abilene Christian W 12 - 5 4/1 at Abilene Christian L 0 - 7 4/2 at SMU W 2 - 0 4/2 at SMU W 4 - 3 4/4 at Arkansas W 12 - 3 4/4 at Arkansas W 6 - 2 4/8 OKLAHOMA* W 5 - 0 4/8 OKLAHOMA* L 4 - 6 4/9 OKLAHOMA* L 2 - 3 4/15 at Kansas* W 5 - 3 4/15 at Kansas* L 2 - 3 4/16 at Kansas* W 2 - 1 4/22 COLORADO* W 1 - 0 4/22 COLORADO* W 11 - 1 4/23 COLORADO* W 3 - 0 4/29 at Iowa State* L 3 - 5 4/29 at Iowa State* W 5 - 0 5/6 NEBRASKA* L 4 - 9 5/6 NEBRASKA* W 7 - 0 5/7 NEBRASKA* L 4 - 14 5/10 EMPORIA STATE W 5 - 0 5/10 EMPORIA STATE W 4 - 3 5/13 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 2 - 4 5/13 OKLAHOMA STATE* W 3 - 2 5/14 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 5 - 9 5/20 at Missouri* W 7 - 1 5/21 at Missouri* L 3 - 5 5/21 at Missouri* L 1 - 6

4/14 4/15 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/8 5/8 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/19 5/19

MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* EMPORIA STATE at Emporia State IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Arkansas at Arkansas at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* KANSAS* KANSAS*

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11 14 2 13 6 1 8 10 4 7 13 3 0 3 7 1 7

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4 5 7 1 8 2 3 4 9 14 2 2 2 4 3 4 5

1968 15-16-1 Overall • 13-7 Big Eight (2nd) Home: 7-5 • Away: 8-11-1 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Starters: LF - Jack Woolsey, CF - Jim Brown, RF - Sheldon Mettler, 3B - Don Klipowicz, SS - Joe Spurgeon/Bob Randall, 2B - Tom Wheeler, 1B - Dwight Martinek, C Bob Gartner/Barry Herron, P - Nick Horner, Van Bullock & Steve Snyder. 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/19 4/19 4/26 4/26 4/27 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/17 5/17 5/18

at LSU at LSU at Tulane at LSU at LSU at LSU at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi at Memphis State at Memphis State at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* COLORADO* COLORADO* COLORADO* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA*

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1 1 4 2 6 1 8 4 8 5 5 4 6 1 2 8 7 4 0 4 4 2 10 9 1 3 1 4 8 9 4 8

1969 17-15 Overall • 7-9 Big Eight (4th) Home: 8-4 • Away: 9-11 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Assistant: Jim Scheffer Starters: LF - Bob Gartner, CF - Jack Woolsey, RF - Charlie Waymire/Jim Whitesell, 3B - David Graas , SS - Bob Randall, 2B - Bill Huisman, 1B - Charlie Clark, C - Barry Herron, P - Nick Horner, Steve Snyder, Mark Arnold & Steve Wood. 3/22

at Memphis State

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at Memphis State at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi at LSU at LSU at LSU at LSU at SMU at SMU KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* OTTAWA OTTAWA IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* CREIGHTON CREIGHTON at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State*

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1970 18-18 Overall • 8-10 Big Eight (6th) Home: 7-7 • Away: 6-8 • Neutral: 5-3 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Assistant: Phil Wilson Starters: OF - Bill Droege, Bob Gartner, Charlie Waymire & Jim Whitesell, 3B/SS - Dave Graas, SS/3B Forry Wells, 2B - Bill Huisman, 1B - Dick Mantlo, C - Bill Hickey, P - Mark Arnold, Bryce Dietrich, Nick Horner, Dave Klenda, Mike Todd & Bob Haney. 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/7

4/3 4/3 4/4 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/17 4/17 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/28 4/28

L 0 at Tulsa1 at Oral Roberts1 W 5 at Oral Roberts1 W 4 at Tulsa1 L 1 1 L 0 at Tulsa 1 at Oral Roberts W 7 Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Hawaii) vs. Army L 4 vs. Marines W 7 vs. Army W 16 at Hawaii W 11 vs. Sub. Pacific L 4 vs. Marines W 3 vs. Pacific L 0 vs. Marines W 16 at Hawaii W 5 vs. Marines W 10 COLORADO* W 2 COLORADO* L 0 COLORADO* W 5 NEBRASKA* L 6 NEBRASKA* W 6 NEBRASKA* L 4 at Kansas* L 3 at Kansas* L 1 OKLAHOMA STATE* W 8 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 3 OKLAHOMA STATE* W 3 WASHBURN L 8 WASHBURN L 7

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Second Place in the Big Eight | 1968

1967 16-13 Overall • 9-8 Big Eight (4th) Home: 4-5 • Away: 12-8 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Starters: LF - Jack Woolsey, CF - Jim Brown, RF - Sheldon Mettler, 3B - Danny Nichols , SS - Jim Scheffer/Joe Spurgeon , 2B - Tom Wheeler, 1B - Dwight Martinek , C - Barry Herron, P - Steve Snyder, Phil Wilson, Gus Vedros, Van Bullock, Wade Johnson & Larry Largent. 3/18 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/24 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/14

at LSU at LSU at Lamar Tech at Lamar Tech at Lamar Tech at Arkansas State at Murray State at Murray State at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* MISSOURI*

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at Iowa State* at Iowa State* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Missouri* at Missouri*

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3 5 10 7 3 2 2

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4/29 5/7 5/7

6 7 8 4 4 0 4

1971 18-15 Overall • 11-10 Big Eight (5th) Home: 7-3 • Away: 8-9 • Neutral: 3-3 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Assistant: Phil Wilson Starters: LF - Charlie Clark, CF - Bill Droege, RF - Ken Lehrmann/Charlie Waymire, 3B - Joe Steiner, SS - David Graas, 2B - Keith Hungate, 1B - Dick Mantlo, C - Bill Hickey/Jay Parker/Kevin Wilkinson, P - Phil Oliver, Bruce Bennett, Mark Arnold, Lon Kruger & Dave Klenda. 3/19 at New Mexico L 10 - 12 3/20 at New Mexico W 4 - 2 3/20 at New Mexico W 5 - 4 Riverside National Tournament (Riverside, Calif.) 3/22 vs. Stanford L 7 - 8 3/23 vs. Oregon State W 10 - 9 3/24 vs. Arizona State L 0 - 7 3/25 vs. BYU W 7 - 1 3/25 vs. Air Force W 10 - 5 3/26 vs. Oklahoma L 0 - 1 3/27 at UC Riverside L 3 - 4 3/29 at Oklahoma State* W 15 - 14 3/29 at Oklahoma State* W 11 - 7 3/30 at Oklahoma State* L 2 - 20 4/2 at Colorado* L 1 - 3 4/2 at Colorado* L 2 - 3 4/3 at Colorado* L 1 - 2 4/6 OTTAWA W 3 - 0 4/6 OTTAWA W 6 - 0 4/9 IOWA STATE* L 2 - 3 4/9 IOWA STATE* W 6 - 1 4/10 IOWA STATE* W 7 - 5 4/16 at Nebraska* W 7 - 1 4/16 at Nebraska* L 0 - 2 4/17 at Nebraska* W 6 - 5 4/20 KANSAS* L 4 - 6 4/20 KANSAS* L 2 - 6 4/23 at Oklahoma* W 3 - 2 4/23 at Oklahoma* L 1 - 5 4/24 at Oklahoma* W 4 - 0 4/30 MISSOURI* W 12 - 0 4/30 MISSOURI* W 2 - 0 5/1 MISSOURI* W 5 - 4 5/4 at Kansas* L 3 - 8

1972 17-17 Overall • 9-9 Big Eight (5th) Home: 7-6 • Away: 10-11 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bob Brasher Assistants: Phil Wilson & Bill Hickey Starters: LF - Ken Mosley, CF - Bill Droege, RF - Ken Lehrmann, 3B - Charles Clark, SS - Joe Steiner, 2B - Keith Hungate, 1B - Steve Reser/Mike Austerman, C - Jay Parker/Kevin Wilkinson, P - Bob Lesslie, Dave Klenda, Mark Arnold, Bruce Bennett & Jim Kick.

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at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi at Mississippi at SE Louisiana at LSU at LSU at LSU at LSU at Tulane at Tulane at LSU CREIGHTON CREIGHTON at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* at John Brown at John Brown OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* COLORADO* COLORADO* COLORADO* NEBRASKA*

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2 - 1 3 - 2 3 - 4

1973

at Oiler Park (Tulsa, Okla.)

3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/18 3/25 3/25 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/29

NEBRASKA* at Kansas* at Kansas*

20-25 Overall • 9-11 Big Eight (4th) Home: 16-6 • Away: 4-19 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Phil Wilson Assistants: Jack Woolsey & Ken Lehrmann Starters: LF - Dave Specht, CF - Steve Anson, RF - Scott Scholbe, 3B - Lon Kruger, SS - Curt Shockey, 2B - Kem Mosley/Bryan Reed, 1B - Mike Austerman, C - Kevin Wilkinson, P - Andy Replogle, Jim Kick & Dave Klenda. 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/13 4/13 4/17 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/27 4/27 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/5 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/15 5/16 5/16

at Arkansas at Arkansas at John Brown at John Brown at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts FRIENDS FRIENDS at Creighton at Creighton at Creighton FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* CREIGHTON CREIGHTON IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* FRIENDS FRIENDS TULSA TULSA TULSA TULSA KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State*

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7 2 5 2 0 5 2 0 4 5 1 0 1 4 3 0 4 2 1 4 1 6 6 2 4 4 3 6 0 10 2 0 8 2 2 8 4 3 8 2 3 4 5 4 1

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1974 31-16 Overall • 14-7 Big Eight (2nd) Home: 19-7 • Away: 12-9 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Phil Wilson Assistant: Ken Lehrmann Starters: LF - Dave Specht, LF/CF - Gary Holub, CF/RF Steve Anson, RF - Rick Dreiling, 3B - Mike Chapman/Steve Shelley, SS - Curt Shockey, 2B - Lon Kruger/Paul Klipowicz, 1B/C - Don Hoffman, C - Jay Parker, P - Andy Replogle, Les Sutton, Dave Tuttle, Ted Power & Stu Lindell. 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/26 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/2 4/2 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/12

at Arkansas at Arkansas at Tulsa1 at Tulsa1 at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts NW MISSOURI ST. NW MISSOURI ST. CREIGHTON CREIGHTON MO. WESTERN MO. WESTERN NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Creighton at Creighton at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Missouri Western at Missouri Western COLORADO*

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2010 MEDIA GUIDE

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COLORADO* COLORADO* FRIENDS FRIENDS OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* EMPORIA STATE EMPORIA STATE OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* BETHANY BETHANY at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri*

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at Oiler Park (Tulsa, Okla.)

1975 24-22 Overall • 9-9 Big Eight (T4th) Home: 17-12 • Away: 7-10 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Phil Wilson Assistant: Curt Shockey Starters: LF - Dave Specht, CF - Gary Holub, RF - Rick Dreiling, 3B - Bill Youngblood/Paul Klipowicz, SS - Jon Yeagley, 2B - Greg Korbe, 1B - Steve Anson, C - Craig Cooper, DH - Jim McCormick, P - Andy Replogle, Dale Allerheiligen, Scott Mach & Mike Hampton. 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/18 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/22 3/24 3/24 4/1 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/28 4/28 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/10 5/10 5/11

at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE WAYNE STATE WAYNE STATE CREIGHTON CREIGHTON CREIGHTON CREIGHTON CREIGHTON BAKER BAKER PHILLIPS PHILLIPS MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Fort Hays State at Fort Hays State at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Creighton at Creighton IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* BETHANY BETHANY at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* KANSAS WESLEYAN KANSAS WESLEYAN MO. WESTERN MO. WESTERN KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS*

W L L W W L W L L W L L W L W W L L L W W W L L L L W L W W L W L W L W W L L W W W W L W W

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1976 35-19 Overall • 11-10 Big Eight (5th) Home: 26-8 • Away: 7-7 • Neutral: 2-4 Head Coach: Phil Wilson Assistant: Val McLean Starters: LF - Dave Specht, CF - Gary Holub, RF - Greg Korbe, 3B - Paul Klipowicz, SS - Bill Youngblood, 2B Gary Fisher, 1B - Steve Anson, C - Craig Cooper, DH Jon Yeagley, P - Ted Power, Dave Tuttle, Lon Ostrom & Scott Mach. 3/17 3/17 3/18

WAYNE STATE WAYNE STATE WAYNE STATE

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14 - 5 7 - 3 11 - 0

3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/24 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/6

WAYNE STATE W 9 at Oral Roberts L 2 at Oral Roberts W 5 ORAL ROBERTS W 12 ORAL ROBERTS L 0 at C. Missouri St. L 1 at C. Missouri St. W 7 W 11 vs. Creighton 2 L 3 vs. Creighton 2 CREIGHTON W 4 CREIGHTON W 7 CREIGHTON W 2 CREIGHTON W 10 CREIGHTON W 8 CREIGHTON W 7 OKLAHOMA ST.* L 6 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 9 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 4 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 2 at Nebraska* L 2 at Nebraska* W 6 KSU Invitational (Manhattan, Kan.) 4/9 BETHANY W 11 4/10 FORT HAYS STATE W 14 4/10 WASHBURN W 18 4/11 NEBRASKA* W 5 4/11 NEBRASKA* L 1 4/12 at Missouri* L 1 4/12 at Missouri* W 2 4/13 FORT HAYS STATE W 6 4/13 FORT HAYS STATE L 3 4/14 NEB. - OMAHA W 12 4/14 NEB. - OMAHA W 5 4/16 KANSAS* W 6 4/16 KANSAS* W 8 4/19 MISSOURI* L 0 4/19 MISSOURI* W 4 4/22 UNLV L 1 4/23 DENVER W 3 4/23 COLORADO* W 4 4/24 DENVER L 0 4/24 COLORADO* L 5 4/27 at Oklahoma* L 1 L 5 4/27 vs. Oklahoma1 5/1 at Kansas* L 2 5/1 at Kansas* L 1 5/2 at Kansas* W 13 5/5 at Oral Roberts W 10 5/5 at Oral Roberts W 12 Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/7 vs. Colorado L 0 5/8 vs. Kansas W 8 5/8 vs. Iowa State L 8 1 at Oklahoma City, Okla. 2 at Tulsa, Okla.

8 3 4 6 9 2 4 8 8 1 3 1 0 4 6 9 6 1 1 5 2 1 4 2 2 2 4 0 1 7 10 3 5 5 9 2 8 1 3 8 7 13 6 3 4 6 5 9 2 3 11

1977 28-23 Overall • 7-5 Big Eight (2nd^) Home: 20-5 • Away: 6-14 • Neutral: 2-4 Head Coach: Phil Wilson Assistants: Val McLean & Steve Anson Starters: LF - Jeff Moore, CF - Bob Hoenig, RF - Greg Korbe, 3B - Billy Preston/Bill Youngblood, SS - Kevin Bacon, 2B - Gary Fisher, 1B - Craig Cooper, C - Jon Yeagley, DH - Tim Pepper, P - Lon Ostrom, Dave Tuttle & Neal Hudson. 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/19 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/15

at Oklahoma State W 11 at Oklahoma State (8) L 8 at Oklahoma State L 5 at Oklahoma State L 6 WAYNE STATE W 9 WAYNE STATE W 5 WAYNE STATE W 14 WAYNE STATE W 3 BAKER W 7 BAKER W 7 1 W 10 vs. New Mexico 1 vs. New Mexico L 6 at Oral Roberts W 2 at Oral Roberts L 0 L 7 vs. Creighton1 at Creighton L 1 at Creighton W 3 KSU Invitational (Manhattan, Kan.) IOWA STATE W 4 MO. WESTERN W 5 WILLIAM JEWELL W 6 IOWA STATE L 1 MARYMOUNT L 4 FORT HAYS STATE W 9 FORT HAYS STATE W 3 at Kansas* L 1 at Kansas* L 1 at Kansas* W 10 at Kansas* W 10 COLORADO* L 0

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YEARLY RESULTS 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/26 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/7 5/7

COLORADO* W 8 COLORADO* W 8 COLORADO* W 4 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 2 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 4 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 6 OKLAHOMA ST.* L 4 at Emporia State L 0 at Emporia State L 4 at Oklahoma* L 0 at Oklahoma* L 2 at Oklahoma* W 5 at Oklahoma* L 1 at Missouri* L 2 at Missouri* L 6 KANSAS* W 1 KANSAS* W 13 KANSAS* W 4 KANSAS* L 1 Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/18 vs. Missouri L 2 5/19 vs. Kansas W 10 5/20 vs. Missouri L 5 -

4 1 3 1 3 5 5 1 9 5 4 3 9 5 7 0 2 1 7 10 6 13

1

at Tulsa, Okla. ^The Big Eight was divided into East and West Divisions from 1977-80. The finish indicated is in the West.

1978 20-29 Overall • 2-10 Big Eight (4th^) Home: 13-9 • Away: 7-20 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Dave Baker Starters: LF - Jeff Moore, CF - Randy Heath, RF - Greg Korbe, 3B - Bill Youngblood, SS - Kevin Bacon, 2B - Billy Preston, 1B - Gordon Burkman, C - Tim Pepper, DH William Hudson/George Sallas, P - Neal Hudson, Mark Harrison & Scott Mach. 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/17

at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oklahoma City at Oklahoma City

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3/18 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/25 4/25 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/5

at Oklahoma City at Oklahoma City BENEDICTINE BENEDICTINE WASHBURN WASHBURN FRIENDS FRIENDS BAKER BAKER NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* BETHANY BETHANY at Wichita State at Wichita State KANSAS* KANSAS* at Kansas* at Kansas* WICHITA STATE WICHITA STATE at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* MARYMOUNT MARYMOUNT OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Emporia State at Emporia State at Emporia State at Emporia State at Kansas*

K-State plays first eight games at KSU Stadium | 1979

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5/5

at Kansas*

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1 - 4

^The Big Eight was divided into East and West Divisions from 1977-80. The finish indicated is in the West.

1979 21-28-1 Overall • 3-17 Big Eight (4th^) Home: 20-17-1 • Away: 0-10 • Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: Dave Baker Assistant: Wayne Driggers Starters: LF - William Hudson, CF - Al Hunter, RF - Rob Holder, 3B - Don Hess, SS - Michael Baker, 2B - Jeff Sherrer, 1B - Michael Akins, C - Cal Alexander, DH - Bob Dubek/Mark Nordyke, P - Doug Able, Tom Harvey, Don Waller & Mike Wright. 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/21 3/24 3/24 3/28 3/28 3/30 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/5

WAYNE STATE W 5 - 3 WAYNE STATE W 15 - 1 BELLEVUE W 1 - 0 BELLEVUE W 15 - 2 BAKER W 8 - 2 BAKER W 6 - 5 BETHANY W 5 - 1 BETHANY W 17 - 2 CREIGHTON W 10 - 4 CREIGHTON T 3 - 3 VALLEY CITY W 7 - 0 VALLEY CITY W 5 - 1 MINN. - MORRIS W 9 - 0 MINN. - MORRIS L 2 - 3 1 L 5 - 11 vs. Mo. Southern W 13 - 3 vs. Mo. Southern1 BENEDICTINE W 5 - 3 BENEDICTINE W 12 - 0 IOWA L 0 - 4 IOWA L 0 - 1 IOWA L 0 - 6 IOWA L 4 - 7 EMPORIA STATE W 6 - 1 EMPORIA STATE L 3 - 10 KANSAS* L 5 - 12 KANSAS* W 8 - 7 NEBRASKA* L 0 - 2 NEBRASKA* L 1 - 3 at Iowa State* L 1 - 10 at Iowa State* L 4 - 5 at Missouri* L 5 - 6 at Missouri* L 4 - 8 at Oklahoma* L 1 - 6 at Oklahoma* L 3 - 4 at Oklahoma* L 1 - 15 at Oklahoma* L 0 - 7 COLORADO* L 3 - 5 COLORADO* W 9 - 4 COLORADO* L 9 - 11 COLORADO* L 8 - 10 at Kansas* L 0 - 5 at Kansas* L 6 - 8 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 4 - 2 OKLAHOMA ST.* L 0 - 4 OKLAHOMA ST.* L 2 - 9 OKLAHOMA ST.* L 2 - 10 WASHBURN W 4 - 3 WASHBURN W 10 - 6 5/8 KANSAS* L 0 - 9 5/8 KANSAS* L 4 - 13 1 at Tulsa, Okla. ^The Big Eight was divided into East and West Divisions from 1977-80. The finish indicated is in the West.

1980 15-29 Overall • 2-18 Big Eight (4th^) Home: 12-12 • Away: 3-17 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Dave Baker Assistant: Wayne Driggers Starters: LF - Dan McAfee/Al Hunter, CF - Robin Golden, RF - Steve Danforth, 3B - Don Hess, SS - Glynn Perry/Mark Teague, 2B - Jeff Sherrer, 1B - Rob Holder, C - Dan Linden, DH - Gregg Kaifes, P - Doug Able, Tom Harvey, Mike O’Malley & Larry Spresser. 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19

BAKER BAKER BELLEVUE BELLEVUE BETHANY BETHANY at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Arkansas at Arkansas at Missouri Southern at Missouri Southern at Missouri Southern NW MISSOURI STATE NW MISSOURI STATE MARYMOUNT

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3/19 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/23 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/26 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/6

MARYMOUNT CREIGHTON CREIGHTON CREIGHTON FORT HAYS STATE BENEDICTINE at Kansas* at Kansas* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* EMPORIA STATE at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Colorado* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Kansas*

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^The Big Eight was divided into East and West Divisions from 1977-80. The finish indicated is in the West.

1981 34-21 Overall • 8-12 Big Eight (6th) Home: 30-6 • Away: 4-15 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Dave Baker Assistant: Bill Hickey Starters: OF - Robin Golden, Don Grause, Mark Nordyke & Glynn Perry, 3B - Brian Barlow, SS - Anthony Triplett, 2B - Craig Danforth, 1B - Joe Goedert, C - Dan Linden, P - Doug Able, Micky Fleeman, Duane Harms, Mike Johnson & Louie Trujillo. 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/9 3/12 3/12 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/31 3/31 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/30 5/3 5/3 5/5 5/5 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/10

at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts BAKER BAKER NEWMAN NEWMAN BENEDICTINE BENEDICTINE BAKER BETHANY BETHANY at Creighton at Creighton at Creighton at Creighton CREIGHTON CREIGHTON CREIGHTON CREIGHTON FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE MARYMOUNT MARYMOUNT WASHBURN WASHBURN at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* S. DAKOTA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* C. MISSOURI NW MISSOURI ST. NW MISSOURI ST. EMPORIA STATE EMPORIA STATE at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State*

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YEARLY RESULTS 1982 29-27-1 Overall • 4-20 Big Eight (7th) Home: 28-13-1 • Away: 1-14 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Dave Baker Assistant: Larry Spresser Starters: LF - Kent Schaede, CF - Don Grause, RF Glynn Perry, 3B - Brian Barlow, SS - Scott Pick/Mark Teague, 2B - Jay Kvasnicka, 1B - Joe Goedert, C - Cary Colbert, P - Micky Fleeman, Mark Gomez, Duane Harms, Scott McClanahan, Tony Smith & Louie Trujillo. 3/7 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/21 4/21 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/9

WAYNE STATE ST. MARY’S ST. MARY’S BENEDICTINE BENEDICTINE STERLING STERLING IOWA IOWA IOWA FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE MARYMOUNT MARYMOUNT NW MISSOURI ST. NW MISSOURI ST. EMPORIA STATE EMPORIA STATE CONCORDIA (Minn.) CONCORDIA (Minn.) IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts BELLEVUE BELLEVUE KEARNEY STATE at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* WASHBURN WASHBURN at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* BETHANY BETHANY OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* BAKER at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI*

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

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1984

1983

BAKER W 9 BAKER W 2 WAYNE STATE W 14 BETHANY W 16 at Texas - Arlington W 14 at Texas - Arlington W 8 Oral Roberts Tournament (Tulsa, Okla) vs. Indiana State W 8 vs. Creighton L 2 at Arkansas L 1 vs. Notre Dame W 9 vs. Notre Dame W 5 at Oral Roberts L 1 at Oral Roberts L 4 vs. Missouri Southern W 17 METRO STATE W 11

METRO STATE W 7 METRO STATE W 2 METRO STATE W 6 WISC.-RIVER FALLS W 5 FORT HAYS STATE W 11 FORT HAYS STATE L 2 NEBRASKA* L 2 NEBRASKA* L 0 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 0 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 1 at Oklahoma* L 5 at Oklahoma* L 0 at Oklahoma* L 5 at Oklahoma* L 3 KANSAS* L 0 KANSAS* W 10 KANSAS* L 3 KANSAS* L 4 NW MISSOURI STATE L 2 NW MISSOURI STATE L 7 at Missouri* L 3 at Missouri* L 0 at Iowa State* L 1 at Iowa State* W 3 at Iowa State* L 8 at Iowa State* L 0 Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/11 vs. Oklahoma L 2 5/12 vs. Kansas L 1 -

14-24 Overall • 4-18 Big Eight (7th) Home: 13-7 • Away: 1-17 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Bill Hickey Assistants: Kenny Henderson & Marty Wolever Starters: LF - Mark Goodwin/David Banning, CF - Scott Graves, RF - Brian Bascue, 3B - Kent Schaede/John Tirrell, SS - Todd Thaemert, 2B - Jay Kvasnicka, 1B - Otto Kaifes, C - Steve Goodwin/Tom Meyer, DH - Cary Colbert, P - John Caresio, Lynn Lichter, Scott Lichlyter, Mike Wilkerson & Gerry Zimmerman.

18-25 Overall • 2-16 Big Eight (7th) Home: 11-10 • Away: 3-12 • Neutral: 4-3 Head Coach: Dave Baker Assistants: Brian Barlow & Chris Harrison Starters: LF- Kerry Golden/Eric Gossett/Jack Fritz, CF Don Grause, RF - Bob Simmons/Dwayne Belcher, 3B Scott Pick, SS - Mark Teague, 2B - Jay Kvasnicka, 1B Cary Colbert, C - Steve Goodwin, DH - Rich Phillips, P Chris Hamilton, Lynn Lichter, Scott McClanahan, Tony Smith & Mike Wilkerson. 3/4 3/4 3/6 3/8 3/10 3/11

3/23 3/24 3/24 3/28 3/30 3/30 4/1 4/1 4/9 4/9 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/27 4/27 5/1 5/1 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/8

3/2 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/10 3/13 3/13 3/25 3/25 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/28 4/28 4/30 4/30 5/5 5/5

BAKER BAKER BAKER BAKER BETHANY BETHANY at TCU at TCU at Texas-Arlington at TCU at SW Missouri State at SW Missouri State at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* MARYMOUNT MARYMOUNT BENEDICTINE BENEDICTINE OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE*

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1985 29-33 Overall • 8-14 Big Eight (4th) Home: 21-8 • Away: 6-21 • Neutral: 2-4 Head Coach: Gary Vaught Assistants: Kenny Henderson & Mark Smith Starters: LF - Chris Colbert/Gary Pridey, CF - Scott Graves, RF - Mark Goodwin, 3B - Chris Winters, SS Victor Suarez, 2B - Brent Gibson, 1B - Scott Gilbert, C Bobby Buompensiero/Kevin Moore, DH - Otto Kaifes, P - Wally Bramlage, John Caresio, Robby Guinn, Scott Lichlyter & Tom Smith. 2/22 2/28 2/28 3/2

at Arkansas MARYMOUNT MARYMOUNT FRIENDS

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1 3 2 6 4 14 9 11 9 4 1 10 2 4 6 3 2 12 7 1 10 0 9 2 1 8 6 10 4 2 2 6 18 6 9 10 2 9 12 7 11 10 4 5 9 4 4 5 6 12 3 4 8 6 5 8 10 11

1986 24-34 Overall • 5-19 Big Eight (7th) Home: 14-12 • Away: 10-22 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Gary Vaught Assistants: Kenny Henderson & Brent Dobbs Starters: LF - Scott Gilbert, CF - Gary Pridey, RF - Mike Hinkle, 3B - Jim Donohue, SS/2B - Guy Greco/Pat Stivers, 2B/SS - Brent Gibson/Guy Greco, 1B - Otto Kaifes, C Jeff Turtle, DH - Mike Hamacher, P - Wally Bramlage, Rocky Ferguson, Robby Guinn, Scott Lichlyter & Tom Smith. 2/20 2/22 2/22

at Arkansas at Lamar at Lamar

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Mike Clark’s First Season | 1987

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

at Lamar at Lamar FRIENDS FRIENDS NW OKLAHOMA NW OKLAHOMA at Memphis State at Mississippi at Mississippi State at NE Louisiana at NE Louisiana at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at SW Louisiana (10) at LSU FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE CREIGHTON (15) SCHOOL OF OZARKS SCHOOL OF OZARKS WASHBURN WILLIAM JEWELL at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Oral Roberts at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* PERU STATE PERU STATE OKLAHOMA * OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Nebraska* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* WICHITA STATE MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at SW Missouri St. at Wichita State at Wichita State at Creighton

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1987 28-24 Overall • 9-12 Big Eight (5th) Home: 20-3 • Away: 8-21 • Neutral: 0-0 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistant: Jeff Stewart Graduate Assistants: Mike Hutcheon, Mike Keenan & Larry Spresser. Starters: LF - Russ Ringgenberg, CF - Mike Hinkle, RF - Tony Braddock/Tom Parsons, 3B - Jim Donohue/Eric Haines, SS - Scott Spangenberg, 2B - Leo Seiler, 1B Otto Kaifes, C - Jeff Turtle/Jeff Hulse, DH - David Chadd, P - Marty Darnell, Rocky Ferguson, Mike Hamacher, Mike Hinkle, Paul Iseman & Zack Kimbell. 3/1 3/1 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/7

MO. WESTERN MO. WESTERN FRIENDS FRIENDS at Arkansas at Arkansas

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at TCU at TCU at Texas at Texas at Texas at New Orleans at New Orleans at Tulane at Nicholls State at Nicholls State at Tulane AUGUSTANA (S.D.) AUGUSTANA (S.D.) OKLAHOMA STATE* SW MISSOURI ST. SW MISSOURI ST. at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* (8) FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* TARKIO TARKIO at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* at Missouri* CREIGHTON WASHBURN at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Wichita State at Wichita State at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts (11) NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA*

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1988 34-24 Overall • 8-16 Big Eight (T5th) Home: 20-11 • Away: 9-12 • Neutral: 5-1 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistant: Jeff Stewart Graduate Assistants: Mike Keenan & Brian McCarthy. Starters: LF - Reese Beers, CF - Kent Gleason, RF - Tony Braddock, 3B - Jim Donohue, SS - Scott Spangenberg, 2B - Sean Collins, 1B - David Chadd, C - Jeff Hulse, DH - Mike Rosenboom/Bill Barnard, P - Jim Haller, David Hierholzer, Zack Kimbell, Jim McClellan, Jeff Peterson, Darryl Rowley & Bill Schafer. 2/27 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/31 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/15

FRIENDS W 22 FRIENDS W 7 MO. WESTERN W 13 MO. WESTERN L 3 at Arkansas L 7 at Arkansas L 5 QUINCY W 14 QUINCY W 12 FORT HAYS STATE W 15 FORT HAYS STATE W 16 NMSU Centennial Inv. (Las Cruces, N.M.) at N.M State W 17 at N.M. State W 6 vs. Colorado State W 11 vs. Colorado State W 10 at N.M. State W 7 vs. Colorado State W 7 at N.M. State L 5 S. DAKOTA STATE W 10 SW BAPTIST W 13 at Oral Roberts W 12 Springfield Tournament (Springfield, Ill.) vs. Bradley W 11 vs. Illinois L 7 vs. Western Illinois W 10 at Creighton L 3 EMPORIA STATE W 5 at Oklahoma State* L 7 at Oklahoma State* L 9 at Oklahoma State* L 3 at Oklahoma State* L 12 TARKIO W 4 OKLAHOMA* L 9 OKLAHOMA* W 3 OKLAHOMA* L 5 OKLAHOMA* L 6 at Kansas* W 12

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at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* CREIGHTON MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* WASHBURN at Wichita State IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* TARKIO TARKIO WICHITA STATE ORAL ROBERTS ORAL ROBERTS at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska*

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1989 32-23 Overall • 8-16 Big Eight (T5th) Home: 22-7 • Away: 6-14 • Neutral: 4-2 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistants: Phil Morgan & Mike Keenan Graduate Assistant: Steve Thompson Starters: LF - Russ Ringgenberg, CF - Sean Collins, RF - Bill Barnard, 3B - Brad Rippelmeyer, SS - Craig Wilson, 2B - Jeff Troll, 1B - Mike Rosenboom, C - Dan Skala, DH - Kevin Kaufman, P - Jim Haller, Michael Hedrick, David Hierholzer, Jim McClellan, Jeff Peterson & Bill Schafer. 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/22

SAINT LOUIS W 17 SAINT LOUIS W 10 MISSOURI BAPTIST W 11 WAYNE STATE W 7 at San Jose State W 4 at San Jose State L 0 Pepsi/Me-N-Ed’s Classic (Fresno, Calif.) vs. Washington State L 3 vs. U.S. International W 7 vs. North Carolina W 7 vs. Liberty W 6 vs. Missouri W 6 vs. Virginia Tech L 3 WASHBURN W 10 at Creighton W 10 NORTHERN IOWA W 11 NORTHERN IOWA W 7 FORT HAYS STATE W 19 FORT HAYS STATE W 9 at Oklahoma* L 1 at Oklahoma* W 12 at Oklahoma* L 3 at Oklahoma* L 3 MARYMOUNT W 11 MARYMOUNT W 5 KANSAS* W 11 KANSAS* L 3 KANSAS* L 4 KANSAS* L 1 EMPORIA STATE W 7 TARKIO W 5 TARKIO W 4 at Missouri* L 2 at Missouri* W 13 at Missouri* L 7 at Missouri* L 6 MO. WESTERN W 12 MO. WESTERN W 10 at Iowa State* L 1 at Iowa State* L 1

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at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Wichita State at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Arkansas at Arkansas NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* CREIGHTON OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.* OKLAHOMA ST.*

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4/29 4/30 4/30 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/5 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/13

N. COLORADO W 12 SW MISSOURI STATE L 4 SW MISSOURI STATE L 7 at Nebraska* L 5 at Nebraska* W 7 at Nebraska* W 9 at Nebraska* L 0 at Oklahoma State* L 3 at Oklahoma State* L 3 at Oklahoma State* W 9 at Oklahoma State* L 2 Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/16 vs. Nebraska L 5 5/17 vs. Iowa State L 3 1

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at Orlando, Fla.

1990

1991

30-27 Overall • 13-11 Big Eight (2nd) Home: 22-8 • Away: 8-14 • Neutral: 0-5 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistant Head Coach: Phil Morgan Assistant: Steve Thompson Starters: LF - Brian Culp/Blair Hanneman, CF - L.J. Twyner, RF - Scott Stroth, 3B - Brad Rippelmeyer, SS Craig Wilson, 2B - Jeff Troll, 1B - Chris Hmielewski, C Dan Skala, DH - Kevin Kaufman, P - Dave Christensen, Michael Hedrick, David Hierholzer, Kent Hipp, Chris Hmielewski, Greg McNamara, Sean Pedersen & Scott Scoville.

31-29 Overall • 9-15 Big Eight (7th) Home: 17-11 • Away: 13-15 • Neutral: 1-3 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistant Head Coach: Phil Morgan Assistant: Steve Thompson Starters: LF - Brian Culp, CF - Blair Hanneman, RF Scott Stroth, 3B - Brad Rippelmeyer, SS - Craig Wilson, 2B - Van Torian, 1B - Chris Hmielewski, C - Jeff Ryan, DH - Lance Wilson, P - Dave Christensen, Tim Churchman, Dan Driskill, Kent Hipp, Chris Hmielewski, Greg McNamara & Sean Pedersen.

2/17 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/24 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/26 4/28 4/28

at Arkansas L 1 at Arkansas L 1 at Arkansas W 5 FRIENDS W 9 FRIENDS W 8 COLORADO STATE (10) L 3 ILLINOIS STATE W 2 COLORADO STATE W 2 ILLINOIS STATE W 10 Boardwalk and Baseball (Haines City, Fla.) vs. Indiana L 8 vs. Morehead State L 4 at South Florida L 3 L 5 vs. Ithaca1 at South Florida L 1 at Southern Miss W 4 at Southern Miss L 1 at Southern Miss W 3 at SW Missouri State L 3 at SW Missouri State L 1 OKLAHOMA* W 15 OKLAHOMA* W 4 OKLAHOMA* W 10 OKLAHOMA* (10) W 2 EMPORIA ST. W 8 EMPORIA ST. (11) W 10 at Kansas* W 14 at Kansas* (10) L 3 at Kansas* W 6 at Kansas* (10) L 4 FORT HAYS STATE W 6 FORT HAYS STATE W 7 MISSOURI* W 4 MISSOURI* L 4 MISSOURI* W 5 MISSOURI* W 2 WASHBURN W 10 IOWA STATE* W 9 IOWA STATE* L 3 IOWA STATE* L 4 IOWA STATE* L 9 CREIGHTON W 18 WICHITA STATE L 5 N. COLORADO W 11 N. COLORADO W 9 -

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2/16 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/24 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/7

at Arkansas W 6 at Arkansas L 2 at Arkansas L 2 FORT HAYS STATE W 17 FORT HAYS STATE W 22 FRIENDS W 15 FRIENDS W 10 at Colorado State W 7 at Colorado State L 9 WICHITA STATE W 3 NORTHERN IOWA W 14 Aggie Contential Classic (College Station, Texas) 3/9 at Texas A&M L 3 3/10 vs. Illinois W 9 3/10 vs. Washington L 8 3/11 vs. Illinois L 2 3/12 vs. Washington L 3 3/12 at Texas A&M W 6 3/16 AUGUSTANA (S.D.) W 10 3/16 AUGUSTANA (S.D.) W 7 3/17 at SW Missouri State W 14 3/17 at SW Missouri State L 0 3/19 WASHBURN L 5 3/19 WASHBURN W 5 3/20 at Missouri Western W 18 3/20 at Missouri Western W 21 3/22 KANSAS* W 3 3/23 KANSAS* L 3 3/23 KANSAS* W 15 3/24 KANSAS* L 13 3/29 at Oklahoma* L 2 3/30 at Oklahoma* W 7 3/30 at Oklahoma* L 7 3/31 at Oklahoma* L 3 4/2 at Northern Iowa W 18 4/5 at Missouri* W 4 4/6 at Missouri* L 8 4/6 at Missouri* L 8 4/7 at Missouri* W 8 4/9 SMS W 9 4/9 SMS W 6 4/13 at Iowa State* L 2 4/13 at Iowa State* L 0 4/14 at Iowa State* W 3 4/14 at Iowa State* W 9 4/19 at Illinois State L 4 -

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K-State Finishes Second in Big Eight | 1990

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at Illinois State at Illinois State CREIGHTON CREIGHTON NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* EMPORIA STATE C. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* at Wichita State

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1993 15-34 Overall • 6-17 Big Eight (6th) Home: 8-14 • Away: 2-16 • Neutral: 5-4 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistants: David Chadd & Russ Ringgenberg Volunteer Assistant: Dave Svoboda Starters: LF - Tim Decker, CF - Jamey Stellino, RF - Chris Wolf, 3B - Kevin McMullin, SS - Todd Petering, 2B - Scott McFall/Jay Kopriva, 1B - Dave Hendrix, C - Brian Culp, DH - Chris Hess, P - Dan Driskill, Rob Merriman & Scott Dreiling.

1992 28-28 Overall • 8-16 Big Eight (T6th) Home: 13-11 • Away: 10-16 • Neutral: 5-1 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistants: David Chadd & Russ Ringgenberg Starters: LF - Brian Culp, CF - Jamey Stellino, RF - Terry Hipp/Blair Hannenman, 3B - Kevin McMillian, SS - Craig Wilson, 2B - Scott McFall/Jay Kopriva, 1B - Toby Ciochon/Andy Williams, C - Jeff Ryan, DH - Jason Spalitto, P - Brett Bock, Tim Churchman, Dan Driskill, Brian Hierholzer, Sean Pedersen & Pat Ralston. 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/23 2/23 2/27 2/29 2/29 3/1 3/1 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/30 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/16 4/18 4/22 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/5 5/5 1

at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas FORT HAYS STATE FORT HAYS STATE WICHITA STATE FRIENDS FRIENDS MO. WESTERN MO. WESTERN at SW Missouri State at SW Missouri State at Southern Miss at Southern Miss at Southern Miss at Florida at Florida vs. Long Island1 vs. NE Illinois1 vs. Manhattan1 vs. Indiana1 vs. Indiana1 vs. Chicago State1 ARKANSAS at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* at Creighton IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at Northern Iowa at Wichita State BENEDICTINE at Wichita State at Nebraska* (10) at Nebraska* (9) at Nebraska* at Nebraska* NEBRASKA* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* SMS SMS

at Gainesville, Fla.

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at Arkansas L 1 NORTHERN IOWA W 11 WASHINGTON W 8 WASHINGTON L 3 WASHINGTON L 10 EMPORIA STATE W 21 WICHITA STATE L 5 at Wichita State L 2 Saint Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) 3/12 SW Missouri State W 11 Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic (Fresno, Calif.) 3/15 Texas Tech L 2 3/16 Arizona L 1 3/17 at Fresno State L 6 3/18 Saint John’s W 10 3/19 Clemson W 3 3/20 at Fresno State L 1 3/22 MINNESOTA L 4 3/23 MINNESOTA L 2 3/24 MINNESOTA L 1 3/24 CREIGHTON W 4 3/26 at Missouri* L 0 3/27 at Missouri* W 7 3/28 at Missouri* L 5 4/6 at Oklahoma State* L 3 4/7 at Oklahoma State* L 13 4/8 WICHITA STATE L 2 4/9 NEBRASKA* W 14 4/10 NEBRASKA* W 19 4/11 NEBRASKA* W 6 4/13 at Nebraska* L 9 4/14 at Nebraska* L 2 W 11 4/18 vs. Wayne State1 4/18 vs. Wayne State1 W 5 4/20 MISSOURI* L 8 4/21 MISSOURI* L 8 4/22 at Creighton L 3 4/23 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 4 4/24 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 8 4/25 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 4 4/27 at Kansas L 3 4/30 KANSAS* L 4 5/1 KANSAS* L 1 5/2 KANSAS* W 11 5/5 at Iowa State* L 10 5/13 at Wichita State L 3 5/14 at Oklahoma* W 14 5/15 at Oklahoma* L 3 5/16 at Oklahoma* L 8 Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/20 vs. Oklahoma State L 2 5/21 vs. Oklahoma L 7 1

5 3 6 16 8 0 10 6 11 6 1 4 3 6 5 14 11 10 10 3 13 6 2 4 16 12 6 24 17 5 6 5 5 7 11 5 11 17 9 8 11

at Salina, Kan.

1994 13-43 Overall • 3-27 Big Eight (7th) Home: 9-14 • Away: 3-26 • Neutral: 1-3 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistants: David Chadd & John Baptista Volunteer Assistant: Dave Svoboda Starters: LF - Chris Hess, CF - Tim Decker, RF - David Hendrix, 3B - Todd Fereday, SS - Scott Poepard, 2B - Jay Kopriva, 1B - Brad Harker, C - Chris Bouchard, DH - Matt Miller, P - Jon Oiseth, Rob Merriman & Eric Yanz. 2/13 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13

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MO. WESTERN W 9 MO.WESTERN W 13 PERU STATE W 11 PERU STATE W 11 at Arkansas L 4 at Arkansas W 11 at Arkansas L 1 at Wichita State L 2 WICHITA STATE L 3 NE ILLINOIS W 11 NE ILLINOIS W 14 NE ILLINOIS W 10 at Wichita State L 2 WICHITA STATE L 5 Texas A&M Classic (College Station, Texas) vs. USC L 7 vs. Penn State W 5 at Texas A&M L 0 vs. Penn State L 3 -

2010 MEDIA GUIDE

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

vs. USC at Texas A&M OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* KANSAS* KANSAS* at Minnesota at Minnesota at Minnesota at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* at Iowa State* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* MISSOURI* NEBRASKA* NEBRASKA* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Nebraska* at Missouri* at Missouri* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* OKLAHOMA* at Northern Iowa at Kansas* at Kansas* at Kansas* IOWA STATE* IOWA STATE* at NE Illinois at NE Illinois at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State* at Oklahoma State*

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1995 29-24 Overall • 13-14 Big Eight (T4th) Home: 21-6 • Away: 5-13 • Neutral: 3-5 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistants: Rocky Ward & Mike McHugh Starters: LF - Adam Green, CF - Tim Decker, RF - Chris Hess, 3B Todd Fereday, SS - Heath Schesser, 2B - Scott Poepard, 1B - Brad Harker, C - Chris Bouchard, DH - David Hendrix, P - Eric Yanz, Jon Oiseth, Matt Koeman & Jack Witt 2/18 2/19 2/22 2/22 2/24 2/25 2/26 3/5 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/22 4/23 4/28 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/11

at Oral Roberts L 6 at Oral Roberts L 9 MO. WESTERN W 6 MO. WESTERN W 10 Lake Area Classic (Lake Charles, La.) vs. Oral Roberts* W 3 vs. Creighton* L 6 at McNeese State* W 12 NORTHERN IOWA L 5 at Oklahoma State* L 7 at Oklahoma State* L 10 HASTINGS W 14 at Creighton W 13 IOWA W 7 IOWA L 2 IOWA W 7 NEBRASKA* L 9 NEBRASKA* L 11 NEBRASKA* W 8 REGIS W 12 CREIGHTON W 5 REGIS W 12 at Iowa State* L 5 at Iowa State* W 14 at Iowa State* L 3 OKLAHOMA* W 7 OKLAHOMA* W 14 DOANE W 17 DOANE W 13 at Oklahoma* L 1 at Oklahoma* L 7 at Oklahoma* L 3 MISSOURI* W 8 MISSOURI* W 9 L 3 vs. Wichita State1 at Kansas L 2 KANSAS* W 10 KANSAS* W 7 at Kansas* L 5 KANSAS* W 16 ORAL ROBERTS L 8 ORAL ROBERTS W 16 at Missouri* W 12 at Missouri* W 6 at Missouri* L 1 at Wichita State L 6 IOWA STATE* W 13 OKLAHOMA ST.* W 8

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OKLAHOMA ST.* L 8 OKLAHOMA ST.* L 4 Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/18 vs. Oklahoma State W 8 5/19 vs. Iowa State L 2 5/20 vs. Kansas W 14 5/20 vs. Iowa State L 6 1

14 12 1 11 11 7

at Salina, Kan.

1996 28-26 Overall • 11-18 Big Eight (5th) Home: 13-11 • Away: 11-12 • Neutral: 4-3 Head Coach: Mike Clark Assistants: Rocky Ward & Mike Hensley Volunteer Assistant: Kenny Gajewski Starters: LF - Ryan Buell, CF - Adam Green, RF - Chris Hess, 3B - Todd Fereday, SS - Heath Schesser, 2B - Scott Poepard, 1B - Jason Bichelmeyer, C - Paul Cranford, DH - David Hendrix, P - Matt Koeman, Eric Yanz & Jon Oiseth. 2/9 2/10 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/23 2/24 2/25

MO. WESTERN W 28 CREIGHTON W 14 at Air Force W 15 at Air Force W 16 at Air Force W 17 at Arkansas L 6 at Arkansas L 5 at Arkansas L 3 Jacksonville Kennel Club Classic (Jax., Fla.) 2/29 at Jacksonville W 11 3/2 vs. Xavier W 15 3/2 vs. P