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TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents/Credits________________1 K-State Athletics Communications__________2 K-State Athletics Directory ______________3 Visiting Manhattan ____________________4

PRESEASON INFORMATION Quick Facts ________________________6 Schedule __________________________7 2014 Outlook ______________________8 Preseason Notes ____________________9 TV/Radio Roster ____________________10 Roster __________________________12

COACHES Head Coach Brad Hill ________________14 Assistant Coach Mike Clement __________17 Assistant Coach Josh Reynolds __________18 Other Assistants/Support Staff __________19 University President Dr. Kirk Schulz ________22 Athletics Director John Currie ____________23 K-State Head Coaches ________________24

PLAYERS Alex Bee/Landon Busch ________________26 Shane Conlon ______________________27 Clayton Dalrymple/Blair DeBord __________28 DeBord/Austin Fisher ________________29 Nate Griep/Colton Kalmus/Ross Kivett ______30 Kivett/Jake Matthys __________________31 Levi MaVorhis/Blake McFadden __________32 Mitch Meyer/Lance Miles ______________33 Jared Moore ______________________34 RJ Santigate ______________________35 Kyle Speer/Nate Williams ______________36

Jordan Witcig/Matt Wivinis ______________37 Jake Wodtke/Career Pitching Lines ________38 Career Pitching Lines ______________39-40 Anderson/Brown ____________________41 DeBord/DeVinny/Floyd/Fromson __________42 Hale/Landon/Roblez/Stover ____________43 Whaley/Wilks/Yagi __________________44

2013 REVIEW Recap Notes ______________________46 Results __________________________47 Overall Statistics ____________________48 Conference Statistics ________________49 Hitting Summary ____________________50 Pitching Summary __________________51 Miscellaneous Statistics ____________52-53 Superlatives ______________________54 Big 12 Recap ______________________55 Jon Davis ________________________56 Jake Doller ________________________57 Joe Flattery ________________________58 Jared King ________________________59 Tanner Witt ________________________60

2014 OPPONENTS Opponents Outlook __________________64 Non-Conference Opponents __________65-67 Big 12 Opponents ________________68-71 Big 12 Conference __________________72 Big 12 Championship ________________73 Series Records __________________74-75 Big 12 Series Results ______________76-79 Non-Conference Series Results ________80-86

STAY CONNECTED TO K-STATE ATHLETICS

PROGRAM HISTORY Wildcat Timeline __________________88-90 No-Hitters and Cycles ________________91 Conference Championship History ______92-93 NCAA Regional History ______________94-95 NCAA Super Regional History ____________96 NCAA Regional Teams ______________97-100 NCAA 2013 Super Regional Team ________101 All-Century Team ________________102-103 Offensive Records ______________104-106 Pitching Records ________________107-108 Fielding Records____________________109 Team Records ____________________110 The Last Time/Class Records __________111 Honor Roll ____________________112-113 All-Americans __________________114-117 Elden Auker ______________________118 Wildcats in the MLB Draft __________119-120 2013 Wildcat Pro Recap ______________121 Wildcats in MLB ____________________122 All-Time Letterwinners ____________123-125 All-Time Career Statistics __________126-141 Offensive Yearly Leaders __________142-143 Pitching Yearly Leaders ____________144-145 Yearly Summary ____________________146 Yearly Results __________________147-157

CREDITS THE 2014 K-STATE BASEBALL MEDIA ALMANAC IS A PRODUCTION OF THE K-STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE, PUBLISHED BY THE K-STATE ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT. WRITTEN AND DESIGNED BY: Chris Kutz and Ryan Lackey, Assistant Director/Athletics Communications | EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Assistant Athletics Director/Communications Kenny Lannou; Associate Athletics Communications Director Tom Gilbert; Assistant Athletics Communications Director Randy Peterson; Head Coach Brad Hill; Director of Baseball Operations Justin Tadtman; Opponent SIDs | PHOTOGRAPHY: Scott Weaver | PRINTED BY: Ag Press of Manhattan, Kan. Special thanks to Lori Daniel.

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K-STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS WELCOME TO K-STATE ATHLETICS The K-State Athletics Communications staff 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: West Stadium Center, 1800 College Ave. Manhattan, KS 66502 Website: www.k-statesports.com Press Box Phone: (785) 532-5801 Assistant Athletics Director/Communications: Kenny Lannou Office Phone: (785) 532-7977 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7867 Email: klannou@kstatesports.com Associate 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: rpeterson@kstatesports.com Assistant Director: Ryan Lackey Office Phone: (785) 532-7708 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7865 Email: rlackey@kstatesports.com Assistant Director: Chris Kutz (Baseball Contact) Office Phone: (785) 532-7976 Cell Phone: (785) 307-5931 Email: ckutz@kstatesports.com Creative Director/Internet Services: Dave Smoller Office Phone: (785) 532-0912 Cell Phone: (785) 341-4668 Email: dsmoller@kstatesports.com Student Interns: Ricardo Cruz, Jesse Piper, Joe Rodgers, Trevor Tomanek

WILDCATS ON THE WEB K-State Athletics and CBSSports.com College Network - the premier internet services provider for college athletics - partnered in the summer of 2010 for an enhanced athletics website, providing Wildcat fans with improved features and overall customer service. The revamped site at www.k-statesports.com uses the latest internet technology to provide fans with a seamless, robust experience that is unique to K-State.

K-STATEHD.TV Kansas State launched an exclusive digital, high-definition network August 30, 2011, known as K-StateHD.TV that provides a worldwide connection to Kansas State University and K-State Athletics and establish the university as an international leader in programming, accessibility and exposure. This milestone joint project between K-State Athletics and the university maximizes the national exposure for both the university and athletics program, and is valuable to K-State Baseball as all home non-televised contests will be broadcast on the platform.

K-STATE IN SOCIAL MEDIA Fans and members of the media can stay in touch with K-State Athletics through various social media platforms. Official Twitter: @kstatesports In-Game Updates Twitter: @kstate_gameday Facebook: facebook.com/kstatesports You Tube: youtube.com/kstatefans 2

KENNY LANNOU

TOM GILBERT

RANDY PETERSON

Assistant Athletics Director/ Communications

Associate Director

Assistant Director

RYAN LACKEY

CHRIS KUTZ

DAVE SMOLLER

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

Creative Director/Internet Services

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

MEDIA CREDENTIALS

The Kansas State Athletics Communications Office is located in All media attending K-State baseball home games must present the West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Office a media pass for admission to Tointon Family Stadium. Credenhours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. tials for home games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible to the athletics commuMembers of the staff include assistant athletics director/commu- nications office. nications Kenny Lannou (administration/football), associate director Tom Gilbert (men’s basketball/football game program), • Requests for credentials should be made in advance by email, assistant directors Randy Peterson (women’s basketball/women’s fax or mail, and directed to Athletics Communications Assistant tennis/equestrian), Ryan Lackey (secondary football/men’s and Director Chris Kutz. women’s golf) and Chris Kutz (volleyball/track & field/rowing/cross country), graduate assistant Anthony Meier INTERVIEW POLICIES (rowing/track & field/cross country) and Mary Gorman (office ALL interviews with K-State players and coaches must be manager). arranged through the athletics communications office. Please contact Athletics Communications Assistant Director Chris Kutz to PRESS BOX SERVICES set up an interview. Home and cell phone numbers for studentA complete NCAA box score, play-by-play and pertinent game athletes will not be given to the media. facts will be distributed to members of the working media after each game. HEAD COACH BRAD HILL Coach Hill is usually available for phone interviews on weekday • Press packets are provided 60 minutes prior to first pitch, or mornings (10 a.m. - Noon) during the season. Please coordinate earlier upon request. Press packets include a scorecard and team all requests for personal interviews with Coach Hill through Chris rosters, updated statistics for each team, conference statistics Kutz. Hill will talk to reporters approximately 15 minutes after the and game-day notes. 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 re- Media members are invited to attend K-State baseball practice freshments from the concessions stand, will be issued to each sessions. Players are available for interviews after each practice member. at approximately 5:30 p.m. in Tointon Family Stadium. For an exact time each day, please contact Chris Kutz. Select players are also available after each game, following Coach Hill’s addressing of the media.


K-STATE ATHLETICS DIRECTORY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR’S OFFICE

POWERCAT VISION/K-STATEHD.TV

Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 138 Phone: (785) 532-6910 Fax: (785) 532-2340 John Currie ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6912 Director of Athletics kstatead@kstatesports.com Charlie Thomas ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7608 Senior Associate Athletics Director/Capital Project Development cthomas@kstatesports.com Clint Dowdle ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7056 Chief of Staff/Assistant Athletic Director of Administration cdowdle@kstatesports.com Vicki Jones________________________________________________________(785) 532-6912 Executive Assistant to Director of Athletics vjones@kstatesports.com Linda Grubbs ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6910 Athletics Department Receptionist lgrubbs@kstatesports.com Rita Bath ________________________________________________________(785) 532-6910 Administrative Assistant rbath@kstatesports.com Mike Schmidt ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6910 Courier mschmidt@kstatesports.com

West Stadium Center Phone: (785) 532-7982 Fax: (785) 532-7738 Brian Smoller ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5180 Sportscasting/Director of Powercat Vision and K-StateHD.TV bsmoller@kstatesports.com Wyatt Thompson ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7982 Director of Sportscasting/Voice of the Wildcats wthompson@kstatesports.com Norm Burge ______________________________________________________(785) 532-2701 Senior Video Engineer nburge@kstatesports.com Preston Koerner ____________________________________________________(785) 532-2703 Video Producer pkoerner@kstatesports.com Jay Moline ________________________________________________________(785) 532-2722 Assistant Video Producer jmoline@kstatesports.com Andy Liebsch ______________________________________________________(785) 532-2703 Assistant Director of Video Services aliebsch@kstatesports.com

AHEARN FUND Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 138 Phone: (785) 532-7715 Fax: (785) 532-2340 Laird Veatch ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7954 Executive Associate Athletics Director for Strategic Initiatives lveach@kstatesports.com Chad Weiberg ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6901 Senior Associate Athletics Director for Development cweiberg@kstatesports.com Josh McCowan ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7881 Associate Director of Development jmccowan@kstatesports.com Lon Floyd ________________________________________________________(785) 532-7707 Assistant Athletics Director for Development Events lfloyd@kstatesports.com Mike Clark ________________________________________________________(785) 532-7716 Senior Director of Development mclark@kstatesports.com Andrew Hamor ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7984 Director of Annual Giving ahamor@kstatesports.com Alex Kringen ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7674 Senior Director of Development, Annual Giving akringen@kstatesports.com Susan Shipman ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7763 Director of Hospitality & Special Events sshipman@kstatesports.com Chelsey Barnes ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7952 Assistant Director, Hospitality & Special Events cbarnes@kstatesports.com Eric Buda ________________________________________________________(785) 532-7715 Assistant Director, Annual Giving ebuda@kstatesports.com Jen Schulte ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7677 Gift Processing Assistant jschulte@kstatesports.com

BUSINESS OPERATIONS Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 142 Phone: (785) 532-6252 Fax: (785) 532-5630 Bruce Shubert______________________________________________________(785) 532-6020 Associate Athletic Director for Business Administration bshubert@kstatesports.com Andrew Shimon ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7712 Director of Information Technology ashimon@kstatesports.com Katy Bach ________________________________________________________(785) 532-6587 Senior Accountant kbach@kstatesports.com April Stoddard______________________________________________________(785) 532-7199 Business Office Accountant astoddard@kstatesports.com Cindy Williams ____________________________________________________(785) 532-6586 Human Resource Manager cwilliams@kstatesports.com Karen Biehler ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6252 Human Resource Specialist kbiehler@kstatesports.com Aaron Lane ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7158 Computer Information Specialist alane@kstatesports.com

COMPLIANCE Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 143 Phone: (785) 532-3990 Fax: (785) 532-2296 Lindsey Babcock ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7969 Associate Athletics Director for Compliance lbabcock@kstatesports.com Daren Koudele ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7678 Director of Compliance dkoudele@kstatesports.com Vera White ________________________________________________________(785) 532-3990 Administrative Assistant/Compliance Services vwhite@kstatesports.com

FACILITY OPERATIONS Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 137 Phone: (785) 532-7276 Fax: (785) 532-2761 Casey Scott ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5263 Senior Associate Athletics Director for Operations and Event Management cscott@kstatesports.com Jim Muller ________________________________________________________(785) 532-7602 Director of Facilities Maintenance jmuller@kstatesports.com R.J. Bokelman ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7601 Director of Facility Operations rbokelman@kstatesports.com Brian Cordill ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7713 Director of Event Management bcordill@kstatesports.com Mary Lough ______________________________________________________(785) 532-7276 Facility Operations Accountant mlough@kstatesports.com

FAN EXPERIENCE AND SALES Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 136 Phone: (785) 532-6911 Fax: (785) 532-7289 Joni Smoller ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5769 Senior Director of Fan Experience and Sales jsmoller@kstatesports.com Ron Cook ________________________________________________________(785) 532-5272 Director of Graphic Design rcook@kstatesports.com

SPORTS MEDICINE Vanier Football Complex/Basketball Training Facility/Ahearn Field House Phone: (785) 532-6384 Fax: (785) 532-2864 Matt Thomason ____________________________________________________(785) 532-6384 Director of Sports Medicine mthomason@kstatesports.com Mindy Hoffman ____________________________________________________(785) 532-5880 Associate Athletic Trainer mhoffman@kstatesports.com Brian Bobier ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6988 Assistant Athletic Trainer bbobier@kstatesports.com Kristin Hodge ______________________________________________________(785) 532-1156 Assistant Athletic Trainer khodge@kstatesports.com Luke Sauber ______________________________________________________(785) 587-6929 Assistant Athletic Trainer lsauber@kstatesports.com Simeon Seiler ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5792 Assistant Athletic Trainer sseiler@kstatesports.com Nobu Takashima ____________________________________________________(785) 532-1156 Assistant Athletic Trainer ntakashima@kstatesports.com Brandon Yoder ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7055 BTF Sports Medicine Coordinator/Assistant Athletic Trainer byoder@kstatesports.com Scott Trausch ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6836 Sport Dietitian/Nutritionist strausch@kstatesports.com Ian Connole ______________________________________________________(785) 532-3568 Director of Sport Psychology iconnole@kstatesports.com

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Phone: (785) 532-5880 Fax: (785) 532-3888 Chris Dawson ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6835 Director of Strength and Conditioning cdawson@kstatesports.com Danny Cavender ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7156 Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Olympic Sports dcavender@kstatesports.com Darren Honeycutt __________________________________________________(785) 395-2670 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach dhoneycutt@kstatesports.com Tyler Looney ______________________________________________________(785) 532-2809 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach tlooney@kstatesports.com Corey Meredith ____________________________________________________(785) 532-1463 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach cmeredith@kstatesports.com Jimmy Price ______________________________________________________(785) 532-2733 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach jprice@kstatesports.com Kevin Schadt ______________________________________________________(785) 532-1464 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach kschadt@kstatesports.com

STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES OFFICE Academic Learning Center Phone: (785) 532-5190 Fax: (785) 532-5191 Jill Shields ________________________________________________________(785) 532-6620 Senior Associate Athletics Director/Senior Woman Administrator jshields@kstatesports.com Liane Fowler ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5196 Program Director of Specialized Learning lfowler@kstatesports.com Bill Banks ________________________________________________________(785) 532-5319 Program Director for Football bbanks@kstatesports.com Cori Pinkett ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5192 Life Skills Director cpinkett@kstatesports.com Kristin Waller ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5409 Assistant Director of Student Services kwaller@kstatesports.com Jamie Hamor ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5097 Academic Counselor jhamor@kstatesports.com Roger Johnson ____________________________________________________(785) 532-6987 Academic Counselor rjohnson@kstatesports.com Ronald Moses ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5293 Academic Counselor rmoses@kstatesports.com Jana Buehler ______________________________________________________(785) 410-9334 Academic Learning Specialist jbuehler@kstatesports.com Dianna Philippi ____________________________________________________(785) 532-5190 Administrative Assistant for Student Services dphilippi@kstatesports.com

TICKET OPERATIONS Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 146 Phone: (800) 221-CATS Fax: (785) 532-7689 Scott Garrett ______________________________________________________(785) 532-2880 Associate Athletics Director for Ticketing and Fan Strategies sgarrett@kstatesports.com Adam Holste ______________________________________________________(785) 532-5582 Director of Ticket Operations aholste@kstatesports.com Chelsi Medved ____________________________________________________(785) 532-7681 Assistant Director of Ticket Operations cmedved@kstatesports.com Adam Prough ______________________________________________________(785) 532-6650 Assistant Director of Fan Strategies aprough@kstatesports.com

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VISITING MHK

LODGING Candlewood Suites 210 Blue Earth Plaza ______________320-7995 Comfort Suites 1020 Hostetler Dr. ________________539-9449 Fairfield Inn by Marriott 300 Colorado Street ________________539-2400 Four Points by Sheraton 530 Richards Drive ________________539-5311 Guest Haus Bed & Breakfast 1724 Sheffield Circle ______________776-6543 Hampton Inn 501 E. Poyntz ____________________539-5000 Hilton Garden Inn 410 S. 3rd St. ____________________532-9116 Holiday Inn at the Campus 17th & Anderson __________________539-7531 Motel 6 510 Tuttle Creek Blvd. ______________537-1022 Parkwood Inn and Suites 505 S 17th St. __________________320-5440 Quality Inn and Suites 150 E. Poyntz Ave. ________________770-8000 Regency Inn 419 Holiday Drive ________________537-8468 Super 8 200 Tuttle Creek Blvd. ______________537-8468

TRANSPORTATION Manhattan Regional Airport 5500 Fort Riley Blvd. ______________587-4567 Enterprise Rent-A-Car 5500 Fort Riley Blvd________________537-0557 Hertz Rent-A-Car 5500 Fort Riley Blvd. ______________539-0261

RESTAURANTS Aggie Station 1119 Moro St.____________________537-7444 A.J.’s Pizzeria 301 Poyntz Ave. __________________537-0700 Applebee’s Bar & Grill Manhattan Town Center ____________537-0408 Bourbon and Baker 312 Poyntz Ave __________________320-4959 Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar 1231 Moro ______________________323-9464 Carlos O’Kelly’s Mexican Cafe Manhattan Town Center ____________537-4688 Chili’s Grill & Bar 213 Fort Riley Blvd ________________537-1250 Chipotle Mexican Grill 606 N. Manhattan ________________587-8052 CoCo BoLo’s 1227 Bluemont Ave.________________537-4700 Cox Bros. BBQ 223 McCall Rd. __________________539-0770 Early Edition (Breakfast) 3210 Kimball Ave. ________________539-3255 Famous Dave’s BBQ 910 Commons Place ______________537-2401 Harry’s Uptown 418 Poyntz Ave __________________537-1300 Jimmy John’s 1212 Moro St.____________________539-7454 Little Apple Brewing Company Westloop Shopping Ctr ______________539-5500 Longhorn Steakhouse 505 Tuttle Creek Blvd ______________732-9061 McAlister’s Deli 421 Tuttle Creek Blvd. ______________539-0610 Old Chicago 100 Manhattan Town Center __________537-3322 Olive Garden 715 Tuttle Creek Blvd. ______________537-2445 Powercat Sports Grill 3011 Anderson Ave ________________320-4662 Rambler’s Steakhouse 8711 E Highway 24 ________________539-4989 Rock-A-Belly Bar & Deli 718 N. Manhattan Ave ______________539-8033 Smashburger 501 3rd Place __________________587-8485 So Long Saloon 1130 Moro ______________________537-9292 Texas Roadhouse 200 Manhattan Town Center __________537-7427 The Chef (Breakfast) 111 S 4th St. ____________________537-4100 Willie’s Sports Bar & Grill 307 Seth Child Rd. ________________539-6746 *All phone numbers are area code 785

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FINDING TOINTON FAMILY 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. Exit and proceed to the first light, turning left on Tuttle Creek Blvd. Head north on Tuttle Creek until reaching Kimball Ave. Turn left on Kimball and go two miles to the Bill Snyder Family Stadium/Bramlage Coliseum parking lot. The stadium is located in the southwest corner.


Preseason Information

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QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION/UNIVERSITY

ASSISTANT COACHES/STAFF

Location ____________________________________Manhattan, KS 66502 Founded ______________________________________________1863 Enrollment ____________________________________________24,581 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. Be Stoney Athletic Department Phone ____________________________(785) 532-6910 Ticket Office ____________________________________1-800-221-CATS

Hitting Coach ______________________________________Mike Clement Pitching Coach ____________________________________Josh Reynolds Volunteer Assistant Coach ______________________________Blake Kangas Strength Coach ______________________________________Tyler Looney Graduate Manager ____________________________________Trevor Hurley Undergraduate Manager ________________________________Drew Biery Director of Operations ________________________________Justin Tadtman Athletic Trainer ______________________________________Brian Bobier

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium ____________________________________Tointon Family Stadium Year Opened/Re-Dedicated ______________________________1961/2002 Capacity ______________________________________________2,331 Playing Surface__________________________AstroTurf GameDay Grass 3D60 All-Time Record __________________________________789-450-1 (.637) Dimensions ______________________________LF - 340; CF - 400; RF - 325 Press Box Phone __________________________________(785) 532-5801

HISTORY Seasons of Baseball ________________________________Entering 114th First Season of Baseball ____________________________________1897 All-Time Record ______________________________1,705-1,686-10 (.503) All-Time Conference Record __________________________560-989-3 (.362) Big 12 Conference Record ____________________________167-286-3 (.370) All-Time Conference Tournament ______________________________17-28 Big Eight Conference Tournament ______________________________4-14 Big 12 Conference Tournament ________________________________13-14 NCAA Appearances/Last____________________________________4/2013 Last Postseason ______________________2013 NCAA Corvallis Super Regional NCAA Tournament Record ____________________________________7-8

TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Overall Record __________________________________45-19 (.703) 2013 Big 12 Record ____________________________________16-8 (.667) 2013 Postseason Play ________________________6-3 (NCAA Super Regional) 2013 Final Ranking ______________________13 (Baseball America)/14 ABCA Conference Finish __________________________________________1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost__________________________________19/10 Position Starters Returning/Lost ______________________________5+DH/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ______________________________________8/6 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost ________________________________4/2 Newcomers ______________________________________________13

POSITION STARTERS RETURNING (6) Player Austin Fisher Ross Kivett Shane Conlon Blair DeBord RJ Santigate Mitch Meyer

Ht. 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-3

Wt. 195 200 185 205 220 185

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

Pos. INF INF INF C INF OF

Avg. .361 .360 .341 .327 .324 .281

Ht. 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-11

Wt. 180 225 190 200 190

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

W-L (S) 9-2 (9) 4-3 0-0 4-0 6-2

ERA 2.05 2.81 3.68 3.73 4.72

TOP RETURNING PITCHERS Pitcher Jake Matthys Nate Williams Jordan Witcig Jared Moore Matt Wivinis

HEAD COACH Head Coach __________________________________________Brad Hill Alma Mater (Year) ______________________________Emporia State (1985) Record at K-State ______________________________338-243-3 (10 Years) Record Overall ________________________________756-334-3 (19 Years) Baseball Office Phone ______________________________(785) 532-3926 Best Time To Contact Hill ________________________________Contact SID

K-STATE BASEBALL IS ON THE AIR

WALTERS

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SMOLLER

Longtime associates of the baseball program, Matt Walters and Brian Smoller begin their 17th year as the primary voices of Kansas State baseball in 2014. Walters is in his 20th 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 select K-State women’s basketball games. He also serves as the sideline reporter for K-State football broadcasts and the color analyst for a portion of the K-State basketball broadcasts on the K-State Sports Network. He was recently named the 2012 Kansas Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA). Smoller not only handles duties for baseball, but he has also been the play-by-play voice K-State women’s basketball for the past nine years. A long-time voice at KMAN along with Walters, Smoller is in his eighth year at Kansas State as the Director of Powercat Vision/KStateHD.TV. 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 K-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 K-State Athletics (www.kstatesports.com) using the K-StateHD.TV feature. Walters and Smoller broadcast all Big 12 games and all non-conference baseball games will be broadcast either on KMAN or online at www.k-statesports.com for the third-straight year. Additionally, KMAN’s Rob Voelker will handle play-by-play duties early in the year. The Brad Hill Radio Show will air bi-weekly from 6 until 7 p.m. The show is hosted by Walters. The Brad Hill TV Show airs five times this spring on K-StateHD.TV/FCS and is hosted by Smoller.


SCHEDULE DAY DATE Friday February 14 Saturday February 15 Sunday February 16 Tuesday February 18 Gael Invitational - Moraga, Calif. Thursday February 20 Friday February 21 Saturday February 22 Sunday February 23 Friday February 28 Saturday March 1 Sunday March 2 Tuesday March 4 Friday March 7 Saturday March 8 Sunday March 9 Wednesday March 12 Friday March 14 Saturday March 15 Sunday March 16 Tuesday March 18 Wednesday March 19 Friday March 21 Saturday March 22 Sunday March 23 Wednesday March 26 Friday March 28 Saturday March 29 Sunday March 30 Tuesday April 1 Friday April 4 Saturday April 5 Sunday April 6 Tuesday April 8 Friday April 11 Saturday April 12 Sunday April 13 Tuesday April 15 Thursday April 17 Friday April 18 Saturday April 19 Monday April 21 Tuesday April 22 Friday April 25 Saturday April 26 Sunday April 27 Friday May 2 Saturday May 3 Sunday May 4 Tuesday May 6 Friday May 9 Saturday May 10 Sunday May 11 Friday May 16 Saturday May 17 Sunday May 18 Wed.-Sun. May 21-25

OPPONENT at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at San Francisco

SITE San Luis Obispo, Calif. San Luis Obispo, Calif. San Luis Obispo, Calif. San Francisco, Calif.

TIME (CT) 8 PM 8 PM 3 PM 4 PM

vs. Portland^ at Saint Mary’s^ vs. UC Davis^ at Saint Mary’s^ MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE at Nebraska IOWA IOWA IOWA OMAHA NORTHERN COLORADO NORTHERN COLORADO NORTHERN COLORADO AIR FORCE AIR FORCE at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* at Oklahoma* NEBRASKA at Creighton at Creighton at Creighton at Omaha KANSAS* KANSAS* KANSAS* WICHITA STATE at Texas Tech* at Texas Tech* at Texas Tech* at Nebraska BAYLOR* BAYLOR* BAYLOR* BAKERSFIELD BAKERSFIELD at West Virginia* at West Virginia* at West Virginia* at TCU* at TCU* at TCU* at Wichita State OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* OKLAHOMA STATE* TEXAS* TEXAS* TEXAS* Big 12 Championship!

Moraga, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Moraga, Calif. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Lincoln, Neb. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. MANHATTAN Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas Lincoln, Neb. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Morgantown, W. Va. Morgantown, W. Va. Morgantown, W. Va. Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Wichita, Kan. MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN MANHATTAN Oklahoma City, Okla.

12 PM 4 PM 12 PM 12 PM 3 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1:35 PM 3 PM 3 PM 1 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 2 PM 1 PM 6:30 PM 3 PM 6 PM 2 PM 1 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 2 PM 1 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 2 PM 1 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 3 PM 1 PM 6:35 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 7 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 5 PM 3 PM 12 PM 6:30 PM 4 PM 1 PM 7 PM 6:30 PM 2 PM 1 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 3:30 PM

* Big 12 Conference Game ^ Gael Invitational at Louis Guisto Field in Moraga, Calif. ! Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, Okla. All Dates and Times CENTRAL and TENTATIVE All Home Games are Played at Tointon Family Stadium

SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN GAMES February................................................9 March ................................................19 April ....................................................17 May ....................................................10 Home ..................................................28 Road ..................................................25 Neutral..................................................2 Day ....................................................31 Night ..................................................24 Monday ................................................1 Tuesday ................................................8 Wednesday............................................3 Thursday ..............................................2 Friday..................................................14 Saturday ............................................14 Sunday................................................13 Conference..........................................24 Non-Conference ..................................31 vs. BIG EAST..............................3 vs. Big Ten ................................6 vs. Big West ..............................4 vs. Horizon League ....................3 vs. Missouri Valley ....................2 vs. Mountain West ....................2 vs. The Summit League ............2 vs. WAC ....................................5 vs. West Coast ..........................4 Games vs. 2013 Regional Teams ........12 Games vs. Non-Tournament Teams......43 In Kansas............................................29 In California ..........................................8 In Nebraska ..........................................6 In Texas ................................................6 In Oklahoma..........................................3 In West Virginia ....................................3 In Central Time Zone ..........................44 In Pacific Time Zone ..............................8 In Eastern Time Zone ............................3

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OUTLOOK A year after featuring 18 newcomers – and turning in the best single-season in program history – K-State baseball has the benefit of 19 returning letterwinners entering the 2014 season. The overall 34man roster is looking to build upon last year’s unprecedented run.

How did Matthys earn all those honors? By simply rewriting some of K-State’s record book. Despite making only one start – the final game of the season – Matthys established a K-State freshman record for wins (9), which are also tied for the second-most by any class in a single season for the program. He made 33 relief appearSTARTING PITCHING ances, the most by any K-State pitcher, and his 2.05 ERA in 34 The Wildcats made the 2013 run because they had one of the na- games is the seventh-best by a Wildcat. The most important metric, tion’s top offenses, filled with timely hitting, and a bullpen that was though, in which people judge a closer is his saves total and Matthys able to hold on to leads late in games. The group of starting pitchers turned in the most saves by any K-State freshman with nine. never earned its respect despite playing its role at important times down the stretch of the regular season. K-State allowed 3.6 runs Setting up Matthys was the previous record holder for saves by a per game in its final 13 regular season games, nearly a full run less K-State freshman, Nate Williams. The right-hander began the season than the entire season (4.5 runs per game). The Wildcats went 10- as a starter for the Wildcats, going 3-3 with a 4.11 ERA in seven 3 over the stretch. Over the course of the entire season, the K-State starts. The calendar turned to April, though, and Williams flipped his pitching staff set a school-record for the aluminum bat era (since role into a reliever – a role he seized handily. In 17 relief appear1977) with a 3.92 ERA. ances, Williams had a 1.39 ERA (5er, 32.1ip), 24 strikeouts and 14 walks. Left-hander Joe Flattery and his 13 starts have left (he signed as an undrafted free agent with the Detroit Tigers). Jake Doller, who made A few other options in the bullpen with prior Division I experience nine starts last season, has graduated. All of that means the Wild- include Wivinis, Landon Busch and Jordan Witcig. While Wivinis has cats’ starting staff will feature less-weary – or altogether new – starting experience, sophomore southpaw Busch pitched exclusively performers in 2014. out of the bullpen in 2013. The Brookings, S.D. native posted a 4.58 ERA in his first collegiate season, but he did hold opponents to a Despite being a sophomore this season, Levi MaVorhis is the one re- sub-.200 batting average all season, including a .100 average turnee with the most starting experience and is expected to be a key against in four Big 12 outings. cog in the starting staff. Last season, MaVorhis made four Friday starts in Big 12 play, one in the Big 12 Championship tournament, Similar to Busch, Witcig held opponents to a sub-.200 batting averand one in the first game of the Manhattan Regional against Wichita age, with Witcig limiting opponents to 10 hits and seven walks in State. In each start, the Wildcats won. MaVorhis finished with a 3.81 14 2/3 innings throughout the season. Overall as a reliever in his ERA (13er, 30.2ip) as a starter, helping him be named to the All-Big freshman season, Witcig posted a 2.45 ERA (3er, 11.0ip) in eight 12 Freshman Team. games (He made one spot start in the Big 12 Championships against Oklahoma, allowing three runs in 3.2 innings). Although he did not make a start in 2013, senior left-hander Jared Moore will be given an opportunity to be a member of the Wildcats The majority of the pitching staff is inexperienced at the Division I rotation this season. The Boulder, Colo. native turned in his finest level, but that is a familiar storyline to the Wildcats. Last season, fall camp this offseason and is ready to step up in his final year with the K-State pitching staff featured seven letterwinners and 10 freshthe Wildcats. men. This year, the story is about the same: eight returning lettermen and eight “newcomers” (five true freshmen, two redshirt freshmen Moore has made seven starts in his career, all of which have taken and a junior transfer). place before May 2, 2012. In his seven career starts, Moore is 1-4 with a 7.53 ERA (17er, 20.1ip), but with more than a season’s worth After redshirting in 2013, Griep and Kalmus are expected to play a of pitching experience since his last start under his belt, Moore’s significant role for the Wildcats in 2014. Kalmus is a former threestats as a starter are not reflective of his present abilities. sport athlete at Rowlett High School, registering a 1.66 ERA in his junior and senior seasons. Griep, meanwhile, will be looking to emThe remaining portion of the rotation (Sunday and mid-week) has bark on his college career after being named a Louisville Slugger yet to be determined. The first few weeks of practice will help sep- High School All-American and Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year arate the pack, providing head coach Brad Hill and pitching coach while at Millard West High School in Omaha, Nebraska. Josh Reynolds with some options by the time the season starts on Feb. 14. Jake Whaley, a 6’4” right-hander from Marshalltown, Iowa, arrives in Manhattan after pitching for Marshalltown Community College for One possibility includes right-hander Matt Wivinis. The Downers the last two seasons. The junior transfer is a strikeout pitcher as he Grove, Ill. native has made 17 starts in 42 career appearances, in- tallied 59 punchouts in 44.2 innings last season. He even has a nocluding 14 starts in 2013. Wivinis ended 2013, however, as a re- hitter to his name when he fanned nine and walked one in a sevenliever, limiting opponents to three hits and two runs in 8.0 innings inning contest on May 6, 2012. (2.25 ERA) across seven outings. Wivinis even held Oregon State scoreless in two relief appearances during the Super Regional. The group of five true freshmen include southpaw Jordan Floyd (Kansas’ 2013 Class 5A co-Pitcher of the Year, as selected by Other candidates to start include redshirt freshmen Colton Kalmus Kansas Association of Baseball Coaches, and the Yankees’ 25thand Nate Griep or any of the true freshmen entering their first season round draft pick in last year’s draft); Jake Fromson (product of Lee’s at the collegiate level. Summit High School in Missouri and the Building Champions baseball academy); Ethan Landon (first team all-state selection in his BULLPEN sophomore and junior years at Lincoln Southwest High School in With the starting staff not completely defined, the K-State bullpen Sioux Falls, S.D.); Jon Roblez (Class 4A All-Kansas First Team in – a strong suit of the 2013 run to the Big 12 championship – is a 2013); and Braxton Wilks (a two-way player out of Episcopal High mix of impressive returning performers and untested newcomers. School in Houston, Texas, posting a 1.29 ERA and batting .380 in his senior season). The Wildcats bullpen is at its strongest at the back end, starting with returning closer and right-handed sophomore, Jake Matthys. The CATCHERS Spring Lake Park, Minn. native was tabbed by Collegiate Baseball Senior Blair DeBord leads a group of catchers that includes sophoas a Third Team Preseason All-American this year after he garnered more Alex Bee and freshman Tanner DeVinny. DeBord was a semifiseveral accolades in his freshman campaign, including Big 12 Fresh- nalist for the Johnny Bench award in 2013 after batting .327 with man of the Year, All-Big 12 First Team, and Baseball America and 11 doubles and 37 RBI in 60 games. Bee played in 12 games as a Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American. freshman last season, including one start at Kansas. DeVinny, mean8

while, enters his first season at K-State. The Lucas, Texas native was named all-state in 2013 by coaches and writers, and the switch-hitter figures to see time as the designated hitter this season for the Wildcats. OUTFIELD The biggest losses from the 2013 season are evident when looking at the outfield. Despite the departures of All-Big 12 players Jared King and Tanner Witt along with the reliable Jon Davis, K-State has some returnees looking to help fill the gaps. A player expected to step up is junior Mitch Meyer. The Stilwell, Kansas native batted .289 (36-for-128) with five doubles, five triples and four home runs last season, but within those overall numbers lies a .340 batting average with seven extra-base hits against Big 12 opponents. Meyer split his time between right field and designated hitter, but with all three starting roles open in the outfield, Meyer expects to be more of a stalwart in the K-State outfield in 2014. Over a nine-game stretch last May – in which the Wildcats won seven games – Meyer hit .429 (15-for-35) with 13 RBI. Another candidate for the outfield starters is Clayton Dalrymple. The sophomore played in 34 games as a true freshman last season, primarily as a late-game substitution or pinch hitter, and batted .343 (12-for-35) with six RBI and two stolen bases. He did pick up three starts, including two in center field and one in left. The Coppell, Texas native enjoyed a strong fall camp this past offseason as he earned the Wildcat Ironman and Hustle awards, showing hard work every day of camp and improving the most among K-State position players. Other candidates for playing time in the outfield are a pair of juniors who have made it to the 2014 season in different fashions. Kyle Speer, a native of Manhattan, played in 23 games last season, including seven starts as the designated hitter and two in right field. The left-handed Speer has logged 55 games in his K-State career. Junior transfer Max Brown arrives in Manhattan after spending the last two years at Bellevue College in Washington. The Washington native hit .339 in his freshman season at Bellevue – and then hit .378 with 21 extra-base hits and 17 stolen bases in his sophomore campaign. Brown, who was named 2011 KingCo 3A Player of the Year in high school and Pacific Association Division All-American in 2013, competed with the New Zealand national team in the 2013 World Baseball Classic qualifiers (Brown’s father was born in New Zealand). Another pair of transfers to provide depth includes junior Nate Hale and sophomore Brooks DeBord. Hale played junior college baseball at Cochise College in Arizona, batting .367 with 9 doubles, 3 triples, 35 RBI and a .511 on-base percentage in his sophomore season. DeBord, younger brother of catcher Blair DeBord, spent his freshman year at Hutchinson Community College. He played in 45 games for the Blue Dragons in 2013, scoring 20 runs and posting a .409 OBP. INFIELD When a group of four players bats .324 or higher in a season and is on base more than 40% of the time – as the K-State starting infield did in 2013 – one would enjoy having such a group return the next season. Thankfully for the Wildcats, that hope is a reality. All four starters from last year’s conference-winning team – first baseman Shane Conlon, second baseman Ross Kivett, shortstop Austin Fisher and third baseman RJ Santigate – return in 2014, providing veteran leadership for the younger Wildcats. After stellar seasons, Conlon and Kivett were selected in the 2013 MLB Draft, with Kivett being taken by Cleveland in the 10th round and Conlon being drafted in the 21st round by Kansas City. Despite the prospects of a future pro career, both Kivett and Conlon elected to forgo signing professional contracts and decided to return to KState.


PRESEASON NOTES Kivett has already received accolades entering the 2014 season, including preseason All-American nods from Baseball America, NCBWA, Collegiate Baseball newspaper and Perfect Game. Kivett is the first Wildcat in program history to earn four preseason AllAmericans. Conlon, meanwhile, turned in a strong fall camp, earning the Gold Glove award, an honor given to the top defensive player throughout the 45 days worth of practice. Last season, his first as a full-time first baseman after pitching during his freshman and injury-shortened sophomore year, Conlon also tied for the team-lead in home runs with seven. While the right side of the infield is stable, the left side boasts just as much talent. Fisher batted just under .300 his freshman season in 2012, collecting 13 hits in 33 games. Last season, though, Fisher broke out to not only hit well over .300 and nearly set a single-season doubles record for K-State, but he led the Big 12’s best offense in batting average with a .361 clip. Fisher, who was a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace Award – given to the nation’s top shortstop – stepped up in Big 12 play, batting .412 with 17 RBI and 18 runs scored.

Conlon, Kivett and Fisher were each named to the All-Big 12 First Team last season, rightfully so. One infielder who did not receive such honors, however, was Santigate, despite the Las Vegas native hitting .324 with 29 RBI and a .409 OBP over the course of the season. Santigate started all 60 of the games he played in and has started 90 of the 110 contests he has played in while at K-State.

State a .356 career batting average in junior college and 23 doubles and 38 stolen bases.

Carter Yagi is the veteran of the two transfers in the infield. The second baseman from Salt Lake City, Utah played his first two collegiate seasons at the College of Southern Idaho. The left-handed hitter has a knack for outworking his opponents and carries with him to K-

The infielders will look to provide stability in the field and in the lineup, helping the rest of the team adjust to new roles in 2014 - as well as new expectations after last year’s Big 12 championship and run to a Super Regional.

Sophomore transfer Taylor Anderson is no stranger to Big 12 baseball. Anderson is the son of former Nebraska head coach – and current Oklahoma hitting coach – Mike Anderson. The younger Anderson is a switch hitter who sat out all of 2013 while attending Cuesta College With a strong core of starting infielders, the Wildcats have depth at in California due to a medical redshirt. The Lincoln Southwest High each position as well to provide stability over the course of the four- School product played his freshman season with Northern Colorado, month season. Sophomores Lance Miles and Jake Wodtke are re- playing in 41 games and batting .271 (26-for-96) with the Bears. turning letterwinners, with both appearing in double-digit games last season. Wodtke played in 10 games, all off the bench, while Miles The lone freshman infielder is Tyler Stover. Stover, a rare Wildcat started in 14 of his 31 games. A native of The Woodlands, Texas, from California, was his conference’s player of the year during his Miles batted .241 over the entire season, but in Big 12 action, he senior season, which not only helped him earn a scholarship offer registered a .368 average (7-for-19) with five RBI. Miles played in from K-State but also be drafted in the 40th round of the MLB Draft every K-State game down starting May 17, seeing time in the Big this past summer by the Colorado Rockies. Stover’s father, Scott, is 12 Championship, Regional and Super Regional. the head baseball coach at Solana College (JC) in California.

YEAR NO. 114

PRESEASON ALL-AMERICANS

The 2014 season marks the 114th in the history of K-State Baseball. The program began in 1897 and has played every year with the exception of the 1918, 1943, 1944 and 1945 seasons. Entering this year, the Wildcats have an all-time program record of 1,705-1,686-10 (.503), helped by a mark of 188115-1 (.620) mark over the past five seasons. This season marks the first time K-State enters a new campaign with a winning all-time record since 1993 when the Wildcats were 1,115-1,109-6 (.501). KState has compiled a winning record in four of the last five seasons and eight .500-or-better campaigns in the last nine years. The 188 wins over the last five seasons are a program-record for a five-year window in its 113-year history.

After winning the Big 12 Player of the Year award and being named an All-American by three different organizations, senior Ross Kivett has been named to four different preseason All-American First Teams entering 2014. The second baseman was named to the preseason All-America First Team for Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA and Perfect Game, his first preseason All-American honors of his career. Right-handed pitcher Jake Matthys also earned a preseason All-American nod. The Big 12’s 2013 Freshman of the Year was named to Collegiate Baseball’s preseason All-American Third Team. Matthys is the first sophomore in K-State history to earn a preseason All-America accolade.

POSITIVE RETURNS K-State returns 19 letterwinners from last year’s Big 12 championship team, a group of lettermen that includes 10 upperclassmen (4 seniors and 6 juniors). The K-State offense, which had the second-best batting average in the country in 2013, returns more than 60% of its production in nearly every major offensive category. The Wildcats had a program-record 708 hits in 2013, and in 2014, 65% of those hits from a year ago return. The Wildcats’ top two hitters from 2013, junior Austin Fisher (.361, 20 2B, 38 RBI) and senior Ross Kivett (.360, 22 extra-base hits, 39 RBI, 26 SB), are two of the five returning starting position players. In 2013, due to its unprecedented run to the NCAA Super Regional round, the Wildcats set program-records for innings pitched. The K-State pitching staff returns two-thirds of those innings pitched. Also, the Wildcats have a group of pitchers that started 42 of K-State’s 64 games last season as well as 34 of its 45 wins.

FILLING IN THE RANKS

What’s Returning Hitting At-Bats Runs Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Hit-By-Pitch Steals

64.6% (1421 of 2199) 61.1% (252 of 412) 65% (460 of 708) 62.6% (72 of 115) 64.3% (18 of 28) 55.2% (16 of 29) 61.3% (225 of 367) 59.8% (146 of 244) 62.5% (60 of 96) 68.7% (68 of 99)

Pitching Wins Saves Starts Innings Strikeouts

75.6% (34 of 45) 52.6% (10 of 19) 65.6% (42 of 64) 67.0% (381.1 of 569) 67.2% (256 of 381)

HILL NEAR THE TOP Brad Hill enters his 11th season as head coach of K-State Baseball, making him tied with Charles Coursaut (1925-34, 1939) for the third-longest tenured coach in K-State history. Hill’s 338 career wins with K-State are the second-most in program history, trailing his predecessor Mike Clark (1987-2003) and his 435 victories. Hill’s career winning percentage of .585 (338-239-3) as K-State head coach is the third-best in program history, behind Mike Ahearn (.734, 93-33-1) and Coursaut (.627, 86-51-1). Hill has been named Big 12 Coach of the Year twice in his career, first in 2009 and again in 2013.

NATION’S ELITE After 10 years of building K-State into a national power, Brad Hill has also established himself as one of the winningest coaches in the nation. Entering 2014, Hill is sixth among active coaches with a .693 career winning percentage (756-334-3) at four-year institutions. The five coaches that rank above Hill in best career winning percentage are Mike Fox (.747, North Carolina), Mike Martin (.743, Florida State), Brian O’Connor (.740, Virginia), Wayne Graham (.714, Rice) and Jim Morris (.694, Miami).

KNOW YOUR ENEMY The Wildcats’ 22 opponents featured in the 2014 schedule combined to go 654-582 (.529) in 2013, with five of the 22 teams - Cal Poly, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, San Francisco and Wichita State reaching at least the NCAA Regional round. Four opponents won their respective conference titles as well.

For the first time in program history, K-State has been ranked in national Top 25 preseason polls, peaking as high as No. 21 in the USA Today preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Wildcats were also ranked No. 22 in both the Baseball America and Perfect Game preseason polls while being slotted at No. 28 in the Col- RECORD PLAYER legiate Baseball newspaper’s Preseason Fab 40. The Wildcats had finished the 2013 ranked as high The Wildcats established 13 new team records in 2013, beginning with a program-best 45 wins. KState also tallied its most conference wins (16), hits (708), sacrifice flies (40), ERA (3.92), lowest opas No. 13 (Baseball America), the program’s best final ranking ever. ponent batting average (.262), fewest hits allowed per 9.0 innings (9.0), saves (19), innings pitched (569.0), total chances (2503), putouts (1707), assists (732) and games played (64). PRESEASON FAVORITES Big 12 Preseason Coaches Poll For the first time in program history, K-State was voted to fin- Team (1st Place Votes) Points TOP 10 ish first in the Big 12 preseason coaches poll. K-State picked 1. K-State (5) Ross Kivett Approaching Career Top 10s 56 Senior Ross Kivett, who was drafted by the up five first-place votes to finish with 56 points, while the top 2. Oklahoma State (2) 51 Current Total To enter top 10, needs... Cleveland Indians in the 10th round of the MLB Category TCU (1) 51 four teams were seperated by just six points. The Wildcats 207 8 50 Draft last June but did not sign, is poised to Hits had never been picked higher than fifth in the previous 16 4. Texas (1) Games 170 17 5. Oklahoma 37 crack the top 10 in K-State’s record books for years of the poll. Last season, K-State was voted to finish sevGames Started 160 17 6. Baylor 26 several categories. Kivett is already among Kenth before the Wildcats went on to win the Big 12 title. Five 7. West Virginia Runs 132 19 23 State’s career leaders in sacrifice hits (23, T- At-Bats 641 43 teams have been picked to finish first in the preseason 8. Texas Tech 18 2nd), stolen bases (59, 4th), hit by pitch (23, Doubles 29 15 coaches poll’s history, with the last being Texas in 2010. 9. Kansas 12 T-10th), and triples (10, T-10th).

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TV/RADIO ROSTER

1

Jake

WODTKE

SO-1L • 5-9 • 170 INF • R/R Shawnee, Kan. (St. James Academy)

7

Ross

KIVETT

3

Austin

FISHER

JR-2L • 6-1 • 195 INF • L/R Lenexa, Kan. (Olathe Northwest)

8

Lance

MILES

SR-3L • 6-1 • 200 INF • R/R Broadview Heights, Ohio (St. Edward)

SO-1L • 5-10 • 180 INF • R/R The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands)

13 WILKS

14 KALMUS

Braxton

FR-HS • 5-11 • 175 LHP/OF • L/L Houston, Texas (Episcopal)

19 D BORD Brooks E

SO-JC • 5-9 • 190 OF • R/R Manhattan, Kan. (Hutchinson CC)

10

4

Colton

FR-RS • 6-2 • 190 RHP • R/R Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett)

20 WIVINIS Matt

JR-2L • 5-11 • 190 RHP • R/R Downers Grove, Ill. (South)

Tanner

D E VINNY

FR-HS • 5-9 • 200 C • S/R Lucas, Texas (Lovejoy)

9

Blair

D E BORD

SR-3L • 5-11 • 205 C • R/R Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan)

15 CONLON Shane

JR-3L • 6-1 • 190 INF • L/L Naperville, Ill. (Central)

21 BUSCH Landon

SO-1L • 6-1 • 200 LHP • L/L Brookings, S.D. (Brookings)

5

Clayton

DALRYMPLE

SO-1L • 6-1 • 190 OF • R/R Coppell, Texas (Coppell)

10 BEE Alex

SO-1L • 5-11 • 185 C • L/R Chatham, Ill. (Glenwood)

16 BROWN Max

JR-JC • 6-5 • 200 OF • R/R North Bend, Wash. (Bellevue CC)

22 FROMSON Jake

FR-HS • 5-10 • 175 RHP • R/R Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit)

6

Carter

YAGI JR-JC • 5-9 • 165 OF • L/R

Salt Lake City, Utah (College of Southern Iadho)

12 MATTHYS Jake

SO-1L • 5-11 • 180 RHP • R/R Spring Lake Park, Minn. (Spring Lake Park)

17 HALE Nate

JR-JC • 5-9 • 180 OF • L/R Las Vegas, Nev. (Cochise College)

23 M FADDEN Blake C

SO-1L • 6-1 • 200 RHP • R/R Savannah, Mo. (Savannah)


TV/RADIO ROSTER

24 GRIEP

26 ANDERSON

Nate

FR-RS • 6-2 • 185 RHP • R/R Omaha, Neb. (Millard West)

FR-HS • 6-2 • 230 LHP • L/L Tecumseh, Kan. (Shawnee Heights)

Ethan

Mitch

JR-2L • 6-3 • 185 OF • L/R Stilwell, Kan. (Blue Valley HS)

Head Coach 11th Season

25 CLEMENT Mike

Hitting Coach Second Season

FR-HS • 6-4 • 200 RHP • R/R Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln)

2

Josh

REYNOLDS Pitching Coach Fourth Season

A

Las Vegas, Nev. (Central Arizona College)

SO-1L • 6-1 • 195 RHP • R/R Freeland, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy)

33 MOORE

34 WHALEY

Jared

FR-HS • 6-3 • 210 INF • R/R Vacaville, Calif. (Vacaville)

36 LANDON

35 MEYER

Brad

Tyler

SO-1L • 6-4 • 190 RHP • R/R Kansas City, Mo. (Staley)

Levi

SR-2L • 6-2 • 220 INF • L/R

32 STOVER

Jordan

29 M VORHIS

RJ

JR-2L • 6-4 • 210 OF • L/L Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan)

31 WITCIG

Jordan

28 SANTIGATE

Kyle

SO-JC • 6-1 • 190 INF • S/R Aurora, Colo. (Cuesta College)

30 FLOYD

11 HILL

27 SPEER

Taylor

Jake

SR-3L • 6-0 • 200 LHP • L/L Boulder, Colo. (Boulder)

44 ROBLEZ Jon

FR-HS • 6-3 • 210 RHP • R/R Roeland Park, Kan. (Bishop Ward)

18 KANGAS Blake

Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season

JR-JC • 6-4 • 230 RHP • R/R Marshalltown, Iowa (Marshalltown CC)

45 WILLIAMS Nate

JR-2L • 6-2 • 225 RHP • R/R Valley Center, Kan. (Valley Center)

44 HURLEY Trevor

Graduate Manager Second Season

Drew

BIERY Undergraduate Manager Third Season

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ROSTER NO. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 44 45 STAFF 11 25 2 18 44

NAME Jake Wodtke Austin Fisher Tanner DeVinny Clayton Dalrymple Carter Yagi Ross Kivett Lance Miles Blair DeBord Alex Bee Jake Matthys Braxton Wilks Colton Kalmus Shane Conlon Max Brown Nate Hale Brooks DeBord Matt Wivinis Landon Busch Jake Fromson Blake McFadden Nate Griep Taylor Anderson Kyle Speer RJ Santigate Levi MaVorhis Jordan Floyd Jordan Witcig Tyler Stover Jared Moore Jake Whaley Mitch Meyer Ethan Landon Jon Roblez Nate Williams

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

HT 5-9 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-5 5-9 5-9 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-2

WT 170 195 200 190 165 200 180 205 185 180 175 190 190 200 180 190 190 200 175 200 185 190 210 220 195 230 185 210 200 230 185 200 210 225

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

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

Brad Hill Mike Clement Josh Reynolds Blake Kangas Trevor Hurley Justin Tadtman Tyler Looney Drew Biery Brian Bobier

Head Coach (11th Season) Hitting Coach (Second Season) Pitching Coach (Fourth Season) Volunteer Assistant Coach (Second Season) Graduate Manager (Second Season) Director of Baseball Operations (Seventh Season) Strength and Conditioning Coach (First Season) Undergraduate Manager (Third Season) Athletic Trainer (Second Season)

BY CLASS

BY STATE

Freshmen ______________________9 Sophomores __________________11 Juniors ______________________10 Seniors ______________________4

California ______________________1 Colorado ______________________2 Illinois ________________________3 Iowa ________________________1 Kansas ______________________9 Minnesota ____________________1 Missouri ______________________3 Nebraska ______________________1 Nevada ______________________2 Ohio ________________________1 South Dakota __________________2

BY POSITION Right-Handed Pitchers ____________12 Left-Handed Pitchers ______________4 Catchers ______________________3 Infielders ______________________9 Outfielders ____________________6

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HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Shawnee, Kan. (St. James Academy) Lenexa, Kan. (Olathe Northwest) Lucas, Texas (Lovejoy HS) Coppell, Texas (Coppell HS)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Salt Lake City, Utah (College of Southern Idaho)

Broadview Heights, Ohio (St. Edward) The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan HS) Chatham, Ill. (Glenwood HS) Spring Lake Park, Minn. (Spring Lake Park) Houston, Texas (Episcopal HS) Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS) Naperville, Ill. (Naperville Central HS) North Bend, Wash. (Bellevue College) Las Vegas, Nev. (Cochise College) Manhattan, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Downers Grove, Ill. (Downers Grove South) Brookings, S.D. (Brookings HS) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit HS) Savannah, Mo. (Savannah HS) Omaha, Neb. (Millard West HS) Aurora, Colo. (Cuesta College) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Central Arizona College) Freeland, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy HS) Tecumseh, Kan. (Shawnee Heights HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Staley HS) Vacaville, Calif. (Vacaville HS) Boulder, Colo. (Boulder) Marshalltown, Iowa (Marshalltown CC) Stilwell, Kan. (Blue Valley HS) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln Southwest HS) Roeland Park, Kan. (Bishop Ward HS) Valley Center, Kan. (Valley Center HS)

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HEAD COACH BRAD HILL

THE BRAD HILL FILE

11 HILL Brad

Head Coach 11th Season • Emporia State ‘85

Hard work and determination have fueled K-State baseball since Brad Hill was introduced as the 20th head coach in program history during the summer of 2003. And, in just 10 years, Hill has taken a program that was coming off six-straight seasons of bottom-half Big 12 finishes and turned it into a national power. During his time as the K-State skipper, Hill has guided the Wildcats from the depths of the league to four NCAA Regional appearances, a Super Regional berth and the first conference championship since 1933. The success, which reached an all-time high in 2013, is a continuation of a stellar career in which Hill has amassed a winning percentage of .693 (756334-3) at four-year schools, which ranks sixth nationally among active coaches. Hill has also had a keen eye on evaluating talent and then developing those players as his squads have produced 52 draft selections since 2005, including 33 in the past five years alone and 27 that went undrafted out of high school. K-State has seen an increase each year of players taken in the MLB Draft, capped by a school record four top-10 round draft picks in 2011. In 2013, Jared King was drafted in the fifth round to give K-State five topfive round draft picks since 2009, equaling the total of the previous 43 years combined. K-State baseball players have also gained numerous national accolades under Hill's guidance. In the first 106 years of the program, the Wildcats accumulated 14 All-American designations, while K-State has produced 20 All-America honors in the last seven seasons alone, including first team honors by A.J. Morris (2009) and James Allen (2011). 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 53 Academic AllBig 12 selections as well as seven Academic All-District honors and two Academic AllAmericans (Brett Scott in 2007 and 2008; Jason King in 2011). In addition, K-State's Academic Progress Rate (APR) has steadily improved, now reflecting an outstanding fouryear average of 954. The 2013 season proved to be the most storied in program history as Hill's players formed a unity unlike any other team early in fall camp and used that resilient togetherness to produce the school record for wins, the program's first Big 12 Championship and a NCAA Regional host site selection, while the Wildcats finished just one win shy of reaching the College World Series. K-State, which was predicted to finish seventh in the Big 12 Preseason Coaches' Poll, made the biggest jump by a regular-season championship in league history as the Wildcats broke the school record for conference victories with 16. Teamed with the football and men's basketball titles in 2012-13, the baseball team completed a feat of conference championships in one academic year that had only been accomplished one other time in Big 12 history and just three other times nationally during the BCS era. K-State, which set a school record for final ranking at 13th, used the Big 12 Championship and momentum in the conference tournament to secure a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats, who were making just their fourth ever NCAA Regional appearance, swept the NCAA Manhattan Regional with wins over in-state rival Wichita State, Bryant and 13th-ranked Arkansas. Hill, who was named the 2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year and ABCA Midwest Region Coach of the Year, saw a school-record seven players earn All-Big 12 First Team honors, including Player of the Year Ross Kivett, Freshman of the Year Jake Matthys and Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year Jared King. Both Kivett and King went on to earn All-America accolades. For a second-straight season, Hill got the most out of his team when it counted the most as he led the Wildcats to the postseason for the sixth-straight season in 2012. K-State won its way to the Big 12 Championship as it took two-of-three from Kansas in the home finale before winning the first two games in the regular-season series finale at Texas Tech – just the third series win in Lubbock in school history. Additionally, Hill tutored at least 14

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)

three players to All-Big 12 honors for a third-consecutive season, while K-State placed seven on the Academic All-Big 12 squad, which tied the school record. Although K-State reached another NCAA Regional in 2011, the beginning of the season did not go as planned for Hill and K-State as they were on the outside looking in when it came to qualifying for even the conference championship. After sitting at 20-15 overall and 510 in conference play, the Wildcats needed a strong finish just to make the conference tournament. That is exactly what happened as Hill tutored the Wildcats to a 16-8 finish in their final 24 games, including a 7-4 mark against league foes to place sixth in the Big 12 and qualify for their fifth-straight conference championship. Hill’s coaching and motivation didn't stop there as, at the Big 12 Championship, K-State defeated No. 12 Oklahoma twice to compile 36 wins and earn the program’s third-straight NCAA tournament berth. While many preseason prognosticators doubted his 2010 team, Hill raised the bar of success at K-State. The Cats continued their trend of improvement in 2010 as he guided his team to a third-place finish in the Big 12 standings - their highest since the league’s inception in 1997, after K-State was predicted to finish as low as ninth in some preseason polls. K-State also registered the second most wins in school history with 37, second to the 2009 season total of 43, thanks in part to six players that earned All-Big 12 honors under Hill, including the 2010 Big 12 Player of the Year Nick Martini. Hill also tutored Martini to second team All-American honors. The 2009 season proved to be the most storied of its time. 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 KState No. 19 in its final poll. 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), steals (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 that 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. In just his first year, Hill jumped out of the gate and led the Cats 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. K-State also garnered its first-ever


HEAD COACH BRAD HILL

K-STATE UNDER BRAD HILL 46,290 - Total Home Attendance in 2010, a Program Record 4,745 - Attendance for the 2010 Wichita State Game, a Stadium Record 954 - Current Four-Year APR Average 338 - Wins at K-State 145 - Wins Over Last Four Years, a School Record 56 - Times Setting Individual Records 53 - Academic All-Big 12 Selections 52 - MLB Draft Picks 50 - Times Setting Team Records 45 - Wins in 2013, a School record 43 - Wins in 2009, the Second Most in School History 41 - All-Big 12 Selections 37 - Wins in 2010, the Third Most in School History 25 - Conference Players of the Week 18 - Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Selections 16 - Conference Victories in 2013, a School Record 10 - Top 10 Round Draft Picks 7 - Academic All-District Honors 6 - Freshman All-Americans 4 - NCAA Regional Appearances 4 - Coach of the Year Honors (2009 & 2013 Big 12 and ABCA Midwest Region) 3 - Academic All-American Selections 3 - Conference Player or Pitcher of the Year honors 1 - Big 12 championship (2013) 1 - Consensus First Team All-American

national ranking at No. 30 during that span, which included an 11-game winning streak. 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. 1-ranked 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 Family 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. 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 two-of-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 Cats finished the 2008 season with 11 wins to tie for sixth, the most wins and the best finish at that point since 2002. Down the stretch, K-State won four of its final six league games, including a sweep of in-state rival KU. The end of the season is all K-State 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 could 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 K-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 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 711-315-3 in 18 years at four-year schools, which includes nine 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.

HILL’S DRAFTED PLAYERS Name Jeff Berblinger* Jeff Niemeier* Darryl Monroe* Issac Byrd* Chad King* Brad Crede* Rich Clover* Josh Reynolds* Nathan Lipowicz* P.J. McGinnis* Craig Ringe* Phil Sobkow Carlos Torres* Jared Brite* Steve Murphy* Eric Eymann* Jared Goedert Adam Cowart* Daniel Edwards Eli Rumler* Nate Tenbrink* Byron Wiley* Trevor Hurley* Daniel Edwards* Justin Murray* Ben Hornbeck A.J. Morris* Justin Bloxom* Drew Biery* Rob Vaughn* Lance Hoge* Carter Jurica* Adam Muenster* Kyle Hunter Evan Marshall* Jason King Nick Martini* James Allen* Kyle Hunter Kayvon Bahramzadeh Wade Hinkle* Dan Klein* Jake Brown* Jared King*

School Kansas 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 Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State

Year 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1996 1997 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013

Pos. IF OF OF OF IF IF P P OF P IF P P P OF IF IF P P IF IF OF P P P P P OF IF C P IF IF P P IF OF P P P IF C IF OF

Team St. Louis Cincinnati Detroit San Diego Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago (AL) New York (NL) Los Angeles San Francisco Texas Los Angeles Chicago (AL) Houston Texas Cincinnati Cleveland San Francisco Cleveland Arizona Seattle Cincinnati Texas Philadelphia Oakland Oakland Washington Washington San Francisco Chicago (AL) New York (NL) San Francisco Cincinnati New York (AL) Arizona Detroit St. Louis Cincinnati Seattle Oakland Los Angeles (AL) Toronto Chicago (AL) New York (NL)

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* Undrafted out of High School 15


HEAD COACH BRAD HILL 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 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 coached six league most valuable players, two freshmen of the year and one pitcher of the year. In all, 43 players 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 heading 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 107 record against the Wildcats during Hill’s tenure in Lawrence. 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’s of Science degree in health and physical education. He was a four-time NAIA All-America selection for 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 and Harrison, and daughter Shelby Lynne.

HILL YEAR BY YEAR Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 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 Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach

Rec. 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 37-22 36-25 27-31 45-19

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 3rd (14-12)/Big 12 6th (12-14)/Big 12 t8th(7-17)/Big 12 1st (16-8)/Big 12

Postseason

Mideast Regional Champion, CWS (8th) Atlantic II Regional Central Region Champions, CWS (3rd) Central Region Participant Central Region Champions, CWS (T5th) Central Region Champions, CWS (T7th) Central Region Participant Central Region Champions, CWS (T5th) Central Region Champions, CWS (2nd) Central Region Champions, CWS (3rd) Central Region Champions, Nat. Champs

Big 12 Championship Big 12 Championship Title Game NCAA Regional (Rice Regional Finalist) NCAA Regional (Fayetteville Regional) NCAA Regional (Fullerton Regional) Big 12 Championship NCAA Super Regional (Corvallis)

Overall Coaching Record: 983-476-3/26 years Overall Head Coaching Record: 756-334-3/19 years (NCAA Division I and II) Record at Hutchinson Community College: 83-50/3 years Record as assistant at Kansas: 144-92/4 years Record at Central Missouri State: 418-91/9 years Record at Kansas State: 338-243-3/10 years

HILL’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Sixth among active coaches with a .693 winning percentage at four-year colleges • Led K-State to school record 45 wins in 2013 and the program’s first NCAA Super Regional • Led K-State to its first Big 12 championship in 2013 • Led K-State to a then-school record 43 wins in 2009 and the program’s first ever NCAA Regional • Led K-State to three straight NCAA Regionals from 2009-11 • Coached K-State relief pitcher Daniel Edwards to third-team All-American honors, the school’s first All-American since 1999 • Tutored RHP A.J. Morris to consensus All-American honors in 2009 and OF Nick Martini to second team honors in 2010 • Coached Jared King and Ross Kivett to All-American honors in 2013, becoming first K-State teammates to be All-Americans in same season • Six Freshman All-Americans (Last: Jake Matthys, 2013) • 2003 NCAA Division II National Championship • Two Trips to the NCAA Division II National Championship Game • Seven Trips to the NCAA Division II College World Series • Seven NCAA Central Region Championships • Nine Consecutive Trips to the NCAA Division II Tournament • Eight Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) Championships) • 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) • 36 All-American selections (17 first team, 10 second team and nine third team) between Central Missouri St. and K-State • Six CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (2 at K-State: Brett Scott, 2007, 2008; Jason King, 2011) • 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, 23 All-Big 12 Selections (First/Second Team) and 18 All-Big 12 Honorable Mentions • Six MIAA Most Valuable Players (1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) • Two MIAA Freshman of the Year (1998, 2003)

HILL’S COACHING HONORS • Two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year (2009, 2013) • Two-time American Baseball Coaches’ Association (ABCA) Midwest Region Coach of the Year (2009, 2013) • 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 • Inducted into the Central Missouri State Hall of Fame in 2009

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 • 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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HITTING COACH MIKE CLEMENT

THE MIKE CLEMENT FILE

25 CLEMENT Mike

Hitting Coach Second Season • Morningside ‘02

In just one season, Mike Clement has made an impact at Kansas State, directing one of the nation's most dangerous offenses and helping the Wildcats win their first conference title in 80 years. Clement, who was named the hitting coach in July 2012 and brought seven years of coaching experience with strong recruiting ties to the state of Texas, started his K-State coaching career on fire by guiding the Wildcats to a No. 2 national ranking in batting average at .322, a mark that led the Big 12 by an astonishing 39 points. The Wildcats also ranked in the top 10 nationally in six other categories, finishing fifth in hits (705), triples (28) and sacrifice flies (40), eighth in triples per game (0.44) and on-base percentage (.406), and 10th in hit-by-pitch (96). The Wildcats paced the Big 12 in each of those categories in addition to RBI (368) and steals (99). Helping the Wildcats host their first-ever NCAA Regional and finish just one win shy of reaching the College World Series, Clement tutored second baseman Ross Kivett to Big 12 Player of the Year accolades, while seven hitters earned All-Big 12 honors, including six that were named to the first team. Kivett, along with Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Jared King, each went on to earn All-America honors and were drafted in the top-10 rounds of the 2013 MLB Draft. King was drafted in the fifth round by the New York Mets and Kivett was taken in the 10th round by Cleveland as both players were selected for the first time in their careers. Prior to coming to K-State, Clement was on the staff at Texas A&M for three years after spending the previous four seasons at UTSA, including the final three as the team's hitting coach. In addition to helping the Wildcats reach the Super Regional round in 2013, Clement has been a member of three other postseason teams, including a trip to the 2011 College World Series. Texas A&M advanced to postseason play each year Clement was a part of the coaching staff. He helped guide the Aggies to both the Big 12 conference regular-season and postseason championship titles in 2011 on their way to a College World Series appearance. In 2010, Texas A&M won the Big 12 Championship and advanced to the championship game of the NCAA Coral Gables Regional, while the Aggies hosted a NCAA Regional in 2012. Clement helped direct an Aggie offense in 2012 that led the Big 12 and ranked fourth nationally with 129 steals. Also, Clement coached the Texas A&M infielders that saw its 2011

CLEMENT’S DRAFTED PLAYERS Name Michael McKennon* J.R. Voyles* James Keithley* Tim Palincsar* Michael Rockett* Jose Hernandez* Brodie Greene* Kenny Jackson* Kevin Gonzalez* Tyler Naquin Jacob House* Mikey Reynolds* Matt Juengel* Jared King*

School UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Kansas State

Year 2006 2006 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013

Pos. OF IF IF OF OF OF IF IF C OF IF IF IF OF

Team Cincinnati New York (NL) Washington Cleveland Detroit Pittsburgh Cincinnati Florida Houston Cleveland Arizona New York (AL) Miami New York (NL)

Round 25th 34th 39th 40th 13th 23rd 4th 31st 36th 1st 20th 20th 24th 5th

Full Name Michael L. Clement Birthdate August 25, 1979, in Marshalltown, Iowa Education Morningside College, Bachelor’s in physical education/secondary education, 2002 Playing Experience Lettered two seasons at Kirkwood Junior College (1999-2000) Lettered two seasons at Morningside College (2000-01) Coaching Experience Morningside College, Graduate Assistant (2003) Loyola High School (Los Angeles), Assistant Coach (2004) Kirkwood Junior College, Assistant Coach (2005) UTSA, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2006) UTSA, Assistant Coach (2007-09) Texas A&M, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2010-12) Kansas State, Hitting Coach (2013-present)

squad decrease its errors by 23 from the previous year and finish in the top 25 nationally with a .975 fielding percentage. During his time at UTSA from 2006-09, Clement helped the Roadrunners accumulate a 144-81 overall record - including an impressive 84-40 mark in Southland Conference play - win two Southland Conference regular-season titles, tutor 16 hitters that earned AllSouthland Conference honors and set 30 offensive school records. Additionally, UTSA saw its team batting average jump 32 points from .285 the year before he took over the offense to .317 during his final season, a mark that still stands as the school record. In his final year as the hitting coach in San Antonio, Clement steered an offense that rewrote the record books as he helped the Roadrunners win a school-record 39 games. Along the way, UTSA set new highs in five offensive categories, including home runs, hits and batting average. UTSA finished in the top 25 nationally in triples (11th; 25), slugging percentage (20th; .532) and home runs (21st; 89), while the 2009 squad also stole 79 bases to rank third in school history, the most since a school-record 92 in 1999. Clement tutored just the second All-American in UTSA history in Michael Rockett. The outfielder, who was a four-time All-Southland Conference performer, was drafted in the 13th round of the 2009 MLB Draft by Detroit. Prior to his stint at UTSA, Clement served as an assistant for one year at Kirkwood Junior College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, and then spent one year at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. He was also an assistant coach for the Orleans Cardinals in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League in the summers of 2005 and 2006, including a Cape Cod Championship in 2005. A former college catcher, Clement played two seasons at Kirkwood, helping the Eagles compile a 91-25 record. He finished his college career at Morningside, where he earned his bachelor's degree in physical education/secondary education in 2002. Following college, the Marshalltown, Iowa, native played professionally one season for the Canton Coyotes of the Frontier League. Clement comes from a baseball background as his father, Brad, was a legendary head coach at Marshalltown (Iowa) High School, helping the Bobcats win three state championships before being inducted into the Iowa High School Hall of Fame. Clement's younger brother, Jeff, was drafted in the first round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft by the Seattle Mariners. The eight-year veteran has spent time in the majors with Seattle and Pittsburgh, while he spent the 2013 season with the Minnesota Twins organization. Clement is married to the former Amanda Rosenberg of Kingwood, Texas.

* Undrafted out of High School

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PITCHING COACH JOSH REYNOLDS

THE JOSH REYNOLDS FILE

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Josh

REYNOLDS

Pitching Coach Fourth Season • Kansas State ‘06

An experienced pitching coach and tireless recruiter, Josh Reynolds was an integral part to Kansas State's first ever Big 12 Championship and NCAA Regional host site selection in 2013 as he guided the Wildcat pitching staff to numerous school records. Working with a 13-man group that consisted of eight underclassmen, Reynolds quickly developed young talent and made moves that resulted in a 3.92 team ERA, a mark that was the lowest in school history in the aluminum bat era (1977). In addition, the Wildcats also broke the school records for fewest hits allowed per nine innings (9.0), lowest batting average (.262), saves (19) and innings pitched (569.0). The staff's saves and innings pitched totals led the Big 12. Under Reynolds guidance, relief pitcher Jake Matthys was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and also picked up Freshman All-America and All-Big 12 First Team accolades. The right-hander tied the school record with 33 appearances, finished second in school history in wins (9), fifth in saves (9) and eighth in ERA (2.05). His totals for wins and saves shattered the freshman school records and tied Matthys for second in the Big 12 during the 2013 season. Reynolds guided another freshman, Levi MaVorhis, to a spot on the Big 12 All-Freshman team as the right-hander shined in pressure situations out of the bullpen early in the year before running away with a spot in the starting rotation during the second half of the season. He also found a hidden talent on the K-State roster as he inserted outfielder Tanner Witt into a late-game role on the mound in which he compiled seven saves to rank seventh in the Big 12. Witt earned All-Big 12 First Team honors as a utility player and was on the watch list for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year award. Reynolds hit the ground running in his first year as the pitching in 2011 as K-State ended the year with a 4.26 team ERA, which was the third-lowest in school history since the introduction of the aluminum bat in 1977. Additionally, the Wildcats tallied 449 strikeouts just four shy of the school record - and surrendered the second fewest hits per nine innings (9.3) and second lowest opponent batting average (.269) since 1977. Under Reynolds' tutelage, relief pitchers James Allen (first team) and Evan Marshall (second team) earned All-Big 12 honors. Allen was also named a First Team All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and earned second team honors from Collegiate Baseball. Both Marshall and Allen were taken in the top 10 rounds of the 2011 MLB Draft as Marshall was drafted in the fourth round by Arizona and Allen was taken in the seventh round by Cincinnati. Additionally, starting pitcher Kyle Hunter was selected in the 31st round by Seattle. Following a successful first season as the team's pitching coach in 2011, Reynolds followed that up by seeing his 2012 pitching staff rank in the top 10 of four school categories. KState totaled 423 strikeouts to rank fourth, while the Wildcats were 10th in ERA (5.47), fewest walks per nine innings (3.7) and fewest hits per nine innings (10.1).

REYNOLDS’ DRAFTED PLAYERS Name

School

Year

Pos.

Team

Round

Evan Marshall* James Allen* Kyle Hunter Kayvon Bahramzadeh

Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State

2011 2011 2011 2012

P P P P

Arizona Cincinnati Seattle Oakland

4th 7th 31st 24th

* Undrafted out of High School

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Full Name Joshua G. Reynolds Birthdate September 27, 1979, in Jefferson City, Mo. Education Attended Central Missouri State, 1997-2000 Kansas State University, B.S. in Social Sciences, 2006 Playing Experience Lettered three seasons at Central Missouri State (1998-2000) Played five seasons in the New York Mets, San Diego and Boston organizations (2000-03) Coaching Experience Kansas State, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2005-06) Northeast Texas Community College, Assistant Coach (2007) Evansville, Pitching Coach (2009-10) Kansas State, Pitching Coach (2011-Present)

Reynolds guided Kayvon Bahramzadeh, who was the team's top starting pitcher, to draft status as he was taken in the 24th round by the Oakland Athletics. Prior to being drafted, Bahramzadeh placed in the top 10 in school history in three career categories as he was fourth games started (36), sixth in strikeouts (185) and 10th in appearances (60). Aside from tutoring the team's top starter to draft status, Reynolds was also outstanding in building for the future as freshman Nate Williams tallied six saves to rank ninth in school history and set the freshman record, besting an eventual All-American in Allen. Reynolds spent the 2007 as the pitching coach at Northeast Texas Community College. Following the 2008 season as the graduate manager in Manhattan, Reynolds was hired as the pitching coach at Evansville. A volunteer assistant coach at K-State during the 2005 and 2006 seasons and a graduate manager in 2008, Reynolds returned to Manhattan following a successful two-year stint at Evansville. Reynolds made a significant impact on the UE program, producing four AllMissouri Valley Conference pitchers during his stint, the second-highest total among league schools over the two-year period. Relief pitchers Tom Heithoff (2009, 2010), Corey Davisson (2010) and J.R. Carbonell (2009) earned All-MVC pitching honors for UE, while Davisson tied Evansville's single-season records for both appearances (33) and winning percentage (9-1, .900) in 2010 under Reynolds' tutelage. Heithoff also emerged as one of the top closers in school history under Reynolds as he totaled 18 saves in his two years to rank second all-time in Evansville history. The Purple Aces staff also dropped its team ERA by more than a full point during Reynolds' two years, while UE improved nearly 150 spots in the national rankings in hits allowed under his watch. Reynolds excelled on the mound as a pitcher at Division II power University of Central Missouri (formerly Central Missouri State) from 1998 through 2000 under now K-State head coach Brad Hill. He was a two-time MIAA and All-America pitcher for the Mules, while setting a school record with 32 career victories in just three years. Reynolds was selected in the third round of the 2000 Major League Baseball draft by the New York Mets after his junior year, but not before ranking among Central Missouri's career leaders in victories, innings pitched (248.0) and strikeouts (193). Reynolds, who still ranks among the Mules' top five in all three categories, was inducted into the school's athletics Hall of Fame in 2007. Following college, Reynolds pitched professionally for parts of five seasons in the New York Mets, San Diego Padres and Boston Red Sox organizations. He posted a career record of 21-15 with a 4.14 ERA as both a starter and a reliever, while tallying nearly a three-toone strikeout-to-walk ratio (211 strikeouts to 72 walks) as a professional. Reynolds earned his bachelor's degree in social sciences from Kansas State in 2006. He and his wife, Ashleigh, have one daughter, Azlynn.


COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF

18 KANGAS Blake

Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season • UW-Milwaukee ‘07

Tyler

LOONEY Strength and Conditioning Coach First Season • Kansas State ‘08

A veteran coach at both the Division I and community-college ranks, Blake Kangas joined the Kansas State staff in August 2012 as an assistant coach. Kangas works with the team’s outfielders while assisting Mike Clement with the hitters.

Tyler Looney is in his first season as the K-State baseball strength and conditioning coach after being hired in the summer of 2013. In his position, Looney works solely with K-State baseball in the John Allen Strength Facility at Tointon Family Stadium.

Kangas was a part of the 2013 K-State team that not only won its first conference title in 80 years and avanced to the program’s first Super Regional, but the Wildcat offense was among the best in the nation. The Wildcats were ranked in the top 10 nationally in seven offensive categories. Kangas also helped All-American outfielder Jared King be selected in the fifth round of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the New York Mets.

Looney is a graduate of Kansas State and worked as a student assistant strength and conditioning coach with the K-State baseball team, under the direction of Scott Bird, from 2005-08. The Kansas native also designed and implemented the strength programs for KState women’s tennis.

Kangas came to Manhattan after serving as the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at Feather River College in Quincy, Calif., for four seasons, directing the Golden Eagle offense to top offensive rankings in the state of California each year. A former player at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Kangas helped Feather River achieve a 136-27 record and coached eight First Team All-America selections, while he coached or recruited 10 conference pitcher, player or defensive players of the year. Kangas guided Feather River to the top batting average in the state of California in three seasons, including a high mark of .389 in 2010, while his offense led the state in both hits and runs scored each season. Additionally, he tutored six players that were drafted during his four-year tenure, including four in 2011. Prior to his stint at Feather River, Kangas was on the staff at his alma mater, WisconsinMilwaukee, for three seasons. During the 2008 season, he helped the Panthers finish fourth in the country in doubles, while two players placed in the top 10 nationally in that department. Milwaukee also finished 16th nationally in hits and led the Horizon Conference in runs, hits, doubles, RBI and walks. Kangas also has experience coaching collegiate summer baseball as he was an assistant coach for the Herndon Braves in the Cal Ripken Senior Collegiate Baseball League in 2008. The next summer, Kangas helped guide the Bourne Braves to a championship season in the prestigious Cape Cod League.

Prior to joining the Wildcats in the full-time role in 2013, Looney was the Associate Director of Strength & Conditioning at Missouri. His main responsibilities were working with the Tigers baseball team while also assisting with the football program. Looney spent the fall of 2011 as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Washington State University. During this time, he was in charge of the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for volleyball and tennis, as well as assisting with all aspects of the football strength and conditioning program. Prior to Washington State, Looney served as an Assistant Director at Missouri, working primarily with football, baseball, and swimming. Looney began as a Graduate Assistant at Missouri in the fall of 2008, assisting with all aspects of football strength and conditioning, as well as designing and implementing programs for diving and gymnastics. A native of Salina, Kan., Looney graduated with a degree in Kinesiology from Kansas State in 2008 while in May of 2010, he completed his Masters of Education from the University of Missouri. He is certified through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as United States Weightlifting.

An all-conference player at Madison (Wis.) Area Technical College, Kangas hit .313 with 10 home runs and 70 RBI over two seasons before transferring to Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He was a two-year letterwinner for the Panthers, hitting .304 during his senior season with two homers and 14 RBI while also seeing time on the mound. A native of Rochester, Minn., Kangas comes from a baseball background as his father, Keith, was a pitcher at Iowa State from 1975-78, while he was the National High School Coach of the Year in 2003 and has won multiple American Legion World Series and Minnesota High School State Championship titles. Also, his brother, Alex, was a standout hockey player at the University of Minnesota and was drafted by the Atlanta Thrashers in the fifth round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Kangas completed his bachelor’s degree in middle childhood through early adolescence education in 2007 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and has also earned his master’s degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia Irvine in 2013.

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COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF

44 HURLEY Trevor

Graduate Manager Second Season • Kansas State ‘13

Drew

BIERY Undergraduate Manager Third Season • Kansas State ‘09

One of the most-used relievers in Kansas State history, Trevor Hurley enters his second season on the K-State coaching staff after serving as a student assistant coach in 2013. In his role, Hurley will assist pitching coach Josh Reynolds on a daily basis while performing other tasks for the K-State coaching staff.

A former standout infielder at Kansas State, Drew Biery is in his third season on the KState staff. Biery returned to Manhattan prior to the 2012 season following a three-year stint in the San Francisco Giants organization. He is responsible for the team’s equipment and video operations, while assisting with other daily functions.

A three-year letterwinner for the Wildcats, Hurley was drafted in the 22nd round of the 2008 MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers. He spent parts of five seasons in the Rangers’ organization, reaching Double-A Frisco in 2012. He held a 15-10 career record with a 2.85 ERA and 22 saves in 143 appearances, while he totaled 303 strikeouts. While playing for Single-A Advanced Hickory in 2010, Hurley was named a South Atlantic League All-Star as he registered a 1.43 ERA and 11 saves with 50 strikeouts.

A four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats from 2006-09, Biery was drafted by the Giants in the 22nd round of the 2009 MLB Draft. He spent his first season playing for the Class A Short-Season Salem-Keizer Volcanoes of the Northwest League, hitting .326 with six home runs and 48 RBI en route to being named the league’s MVP and player of the year as the Volcanoes won the Northwest League Championship. Biery spent the 2010 season with the Single-A Advanced San Jose Giants and won another championship as he helped the Giants win the California League. Biery reached Double-A Richmond in 2011 before an injury forced him to retire.

Hurley, who ranks fifth in K-State history with 52 career relief appearances, saw time in 58 games during his Wildcat career. He helped guide Kansas State to the 2008 Big 12 Championship title game, while he was a starter during the 2007 season which K-State reached the postseason for the first time since 2002. Hurley earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Kansas State in 2013.

A native of Arlington, Texas, Biery held a career batting average of .297 at K-State, including a .329 mark in 2009 as he helped lead the Wildcats to a then-school-record 43 wins and their first-ever NCAA Regional appearance. The shortstop set career highs in multiple categories in 2009, including average, hits (68), doubles (17), home runs (9) and RBI (44). Biery is married to the former Jana Lechtenberg, who was a member of the K-State equestrian program from 2005-09. The couple resides in Manhattan.

Justin

TADTMAN Director of Baseball Operations Seventh Season • Kansas State ‘05

Brian

BOBIER Athletic Trainer Second Season • Oklahoma ‘01

A 2005 Kansas State graduate, Justin Tadtman is in his seventh 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, while he is also heavily involved with baseball alumni relations. Tadtman 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. 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 and two daughters, Aubrey and Claire.

Brian Bobier was hired in November 2012 as the primary athletic trainer for K-State baseball. With experience at the high school, collegiate and professional levels, Bobier came to KState from Millennium High School in Goodyear, Ariz., where he was the sports medicine instructor and athletic trainer. Prior to his time at Millennium, Bobier completed his second of two stints with the Texas Rangers organization. The medical coordinator during the 2011 season, Bobier spent the 2008-10 seasons as the rehab coordinator. From 2006-07, Bobier served as the athletic trainer for the University of Texas baseball program, which followed his first tenure with the Texas Rangers. He worked at a variety of levels in the Rangers’ minor-league system from 2003-06. Bobier earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2001, while he obtained his master’s degree in education from the University of Houston in 2004. Bobier is married to the former Jill Horn and the couple resides in Manhattan.

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SUPPORT STAFF

Jamie

Chris

HAMOR

KUTZ

Academic Counselor Sixth Year • Kansas State ‘08

Jamie Hamor is in her sixth year as an academic counselor for K-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 Kansas 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.

Athletics Communications First Year • University of San Diego ‘11

Chris Kutz is in his first year as Assistant Director of Athletics Communications at K-State. In addition to serving as the communications contact for baseball, he serves in the same role for the K-State volleyball team. Before joining K-State Athletics, Kutz served as the Media Relations Coordinator for the Fresno Grizzlies, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, from 2012-13. He has also worked for the Pacific Coast League and the University of San Diego athletic department. Kutz was raised in Madera, California, and went on to earn his Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree from the University of San Diego in January of 2011.

Hamor is a native of Coldwater, Kan., She has four siblings, all of whom graduated from K-State.

Casey

SCOTT Senior Associate Athletics Director 13th Year • Kansas State ‘77

Now in his 29th season in collegiate athletics administration, Casey Scott has been a member of the K-State staff since 2002. A native of Wichita, Kan., Scott directs the Athletics Operations unit overseeing the facilities maintenance, game management and special event operations and supervises the departments of communications, sports medicine and strength and conditioning. He also serves as the primary sports administrator for men’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s golf. He was promoted to Senior Associate Athletics Director for Operations and Event Management in 2012. During his tenure, Scott has helped successfully direct two NCAA women’s basketball tournaments, three NCAA volleyball tournaments, two National Invitation Tournaments, the pre- and postseason WNIT, three football games at Arrowhead Stadium, two Big 12 Conference outdoor track and field championships, cross country championships, equestrian championship and men’s golf championship. He also 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 or in INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita. Prior to his time at K-State, he served as Associate Athletics Director for External Operations at Colorado State, where he oversaw the marketing, development, ticketing and specialevent operations. Scott began his athletics administration career in 1985 as Sports Information Director at Wichita State. During his more than 12 years on the WSU staff, he served in roles as Assistant Athletics Director for External Operations, Facilities and Events, and Associate Athletics Director until leaving for CSU 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.

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT DR. KIRK SCHULZ

THE KIRK SCHULZ FILE

Dr. Kirk

SCHULZ University President Fifth Year • Virginia Tech ‘86

Kirk H. Schulz was selected as the 13th president of Kansas State University in February 2009 by the Kansas Board of Regents. A dynamic leader, he initiated the campus-wide goal to move K-State forward to be recognized as a Top 50 Public Research University by 2025. At the end of the K-State 2025 planning process, the goal is to have a visionary plan that is inclusive of the K-State family, is exciting and innovative, and most importantly, is a plan that has enjoyed campus-wide involvement and participation. Among recent university highlights: • For the third consecutive year, the Kansas State Foundation set a new fundraising record with gifts totaling $152 million for the fiscal year 2013. The mark, the largest in the 69year history of the KSU Foundation, surpassed the previous record of $111 million in 2012. • Researchers brought in a record high $137.5 million in funding. • Athletics has made more than $125+ million in facility improvements, including the recently-completed $90 million West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, $18 million Basketball Training Facility, $3 million Intercollegiate Rowing Center and $3 million Mike Goss Tennis Stadium. In 2012-13, K-State became just the fourth BCS school and the second in Big 12 history to win league championships in football, men’s basketball and baseball in same athletics year. • With 40,000+ members, K-State was No. 1 in the Big 12 for the 17th consecutive year for percentage of graduates who are members of the Alumni Association.

PRESIDENT’S CABINET

Pat Bosco

Cindy Bontrager

Amy Button Renz

Fred Cholick

VP of Administration and Finance

President and CEO of the Alumni Association

President/CEO of KSU Foundation

John Currie

Jackie Hartman

April Mason

Jeff Morris

Director of Athletics

Dir. of Community Relations/ Asst. to the President

Provost and Senior Vice President

VP for Communications and Marketing

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R.W. Trewyn

Director of Governmental Relations

Vice President for Research

• The Kansas Congressional Delegation, the Office of Governor Sam Brownback, and the Kansas Legislature worked with university administrators to secure funding for the construction of the $650 million National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF), which is set to open in Manhattan in 2017. • Enrollment set a record in Fall 2013 with 24,581 students, as K-State continued its status as the top choice among Kansas high school graduating seniors. Schulz also holds the Kansas State Leadership Professorship and represents the Big 12 Conference on the NCAA Division I Board of Directors. He was recently unanimously appointed to the NCAA Executive Committee by NCAA President Mark Emmert. The Executive Committee is the highest governance body in the NCAA and is composed of institutional chief executive officers that oversee Association-wide issues. Before his appointment as president, Schulz served as vice president for research and economic development at Mississippi State University. He has also served on the faculty at Michigan Technological University and University of North Dakota. In recognition of achievements in the field of Chemical Engineering, Schulz was selected as a Fellow in the American Society of Engineering Education and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is active in the Boy Scouts of America, and serves on the Executive Board of the Coronado Council. He also serves various roles on the boards of Cereal Food Processors, the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation, the Kansas Bioscience Authority, and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. He is married to Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz, who serves as the associate dean for research and graduate programs at the College of Engineering, where she is the Paslay professor of electrical engineering. They have two sons - Timothy, a graduate student at the University of Tulsa, and Andrew, a freshman at Oklahoma State University. Schulz’s parents are Carl and Judy Schulz of Norfolk, Va.

VP of Student Life/Dean of Students

Sue Peterson

Date Hired February 11, 2009 Birthdate May 11, 1963 Education Virginia Tech, B.S. in Chemical Engineering, 1986 Virginia Tech, Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, 1991 Family Wife - Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz Children - Tim and Andrew Interact Read the latest blog at: blogs.k-state.edu/president @kstate_pres Kirk.Schulz

PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE The President’s Advisory Committee meets quarterly and provides advice and recommendations on matters such as: fiscal integrity, long-range planning, compliance, equity, academic integrity and student welfare. ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVES John Currie - Director of Athletics Jill Shields - Senior Associate AD/SWA

STUDENT-ATHLETE MEMBERS David Klaudt - Dallas, Texas Haley Texada - Frisco, Texas

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES Kenneth Hughey - Special Education & Counseling Daniel Ireton - Hale Library Melody LeHew - Apparel, Textiles & Interior Design Jennifer Vellenga - Music, Theatre & Dance

STUDENT MEMBERS Luke Schnefke - Shawnee, Kan. Brett Seidl - Valley Center, Kan.

ALUMNI MEMBERS Barbara Bachman - Centralia, Kan. Mary Ice - Westlake, Texas Barry Robinson - Manhattan, Kan.

ALUMNI BOARD MEMBERS Roger McClellan - Wichita, Kan. Dan Yunk - Manhattan, Kan. KSU FOUNDATION REPRESENTATIVE Gib Compton - Wichita, Kan.


ATHLETICS DIRECTOR JOHN CURRIE

THE JOHN CURRIE FILE

John

CURRIE Director of Athletics Fifth Year • Wake Forest ‘93

Since John Currie’s introduction as Director of Athletics on May 18, 2009, K-State’s intercollegiate program has experienced a tremendous turn-around and enjoyed an unprecedented combination of athletic, academic and administrative accomplishments and national attention, including a record-setting year in 2012-13. With the vision of K-State president Kirk Schulz, the re-earned trust of Wildcat fans nationwide and the efforts of an outstanding coaching staff, Currie’s rebuilt senior leadership team has turned an inherited deficit into national acclaim as the NCAA’s most financially solvent program, initiated $125 million in comprehensive athletic facility improvement, including the recently-completed West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Basketball Training Facillity, Mike Goss Tennis Stadium and Intercollegiate Rowing Center, and launched the nation’s No. 1 digital network all while student-athletes were turning out championship performances on the field and in the classroom.

A MODEL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS PROGRAM • • • • •

A world-class student-athlete experience. Value to our University, community and state. Integrity and transparency in relation to ethics, finance and NCAA compliance. Championship-level athletic performances. The best fan experience in the Big 12 Conference.

Athletically Currie’s tenured reached a new high in the 2012-13 year as the football, men’s basketball and baseball teams captured conference championships in the same season, making K-State just the fourth BCS school to achieve this milestone since 1998. K-State also became the first Big 12 school to have league coach of the year winners in football, men’s basketball and baseball in the same year as Bill Snyder, Bruce Weber and Brad Hill took top coach honors. A BCS bowl berth in football and second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance in volleyball highlighted the fall season before both basketball teams advanced to the postseason with Weber leading the men’s team to the most wins ever by a first-year head coach in school history and its first league title in 36 years. Five track and field athletes were crowned Big 12 champions in the spring before Hill’s baseball squad went from being picked seventh out of nine teams in the Big 12 to winning the program’s first conference title in 80 years, hosting and winning its first-ever NCAA Regional and advancing to its first Super Regional.

Date Hired May 18, 2009 Birthdate April 1, 1971 Education Wake Forest, B.A. in History, 1993 Tennessee, M.A. in Sports Administration, 2003 Family Wife - Mary Lawrence Children - Jack, Virginia, Mary-Dell Interact kstatead@kstatesports.com @john_currie Read the latest letters from John at: www.k-statesports.com/telljohn

ments on the field and in the classroom. K-State has claimed the Big 12’s No. 1 graduation rate among all student-athletes in four of the last six years, while all Wildcat programs are also well above the recently increased NCAA .930 APR standard with football and men’s basketball sporting current year marks of .969 and .981, respectively. A total of 95 student-athletes earned Academic All-Big 12 recognition in all sports during the 2012-13 season, while senior women’s basketball player Brittany Chambers, junior outfielder Jared King and junior women’s tennis player Petra Niedermayerova all earned the Big 12 Scholar Athlete of the Year award in their respective sports. Fiscal integrity is another key pillar of the K-State pledge. Despite inheriting a $2 million projected budget deficit on arrival in 2009, Currie’s staff instead achieved a first-year surplus of $5 million, thanks to new measures promoting efficiency and cost containment, coupled with terrific fundraising success. USA Today has recognized K-State in each of the last three years as one of just 20-plus athletic departments in the nation to operate in a surplus, and in 2009-10 it was one of only five to do so while decreasing expenses from the previous year. And, in May of 2012, ESPN recognized K-State’s FY 2011 final budget margin as the nation’s leader, ahead of traditional stalwarts Texas, Florida and Michigan. In August 2011, K-State capitalized on the Big 12’s unique retained rights opportunities when it launched an exclusive, high-definition digital television network known as KStateHD.TV. The network provides a world-wide connection for K-State fans and alumni and has established the university as an international leader in programming, accessibility and exposure. In fact, K-State immediately took over the No. 1 spot in total subscriptions across the CBS College Sports network, K-State’s online network provider, and remains No. 1 two years later. Currie received a signal national honor as one of just four FBS Athletics Directors to be named a 2013 Under Armour AD of the Year, while he was also named 2013 Bobby Dodd AD of the Year. He was one of only two ADs named to SportsBusiness Journal’s 2011 prestigious Forty Under 40 list of national sports leaders and has served on as a faculty member of the Division I-A Athletics Director’s Institute. He is also a member of the NCAA Division I Administrative Cabinet and the Fiesta Bowl Board of Directors. A 1993 graduate of Wake Forest, he earned his master’s in sports management from Tennessee. He and his wife, Mary Lawrence, have three children, Jack, Virginia and Mary-Dell.

From implementing a new communications plan the day he was introduced as K-State’s 15th Athletics Director, to consistently emphasizing the importance of transparency and accountability as well as the student-athlete and fan experience, Currie has laid a solid foundation for K-State achieving its vision of a model intercollegiate athletics program. KState’s fundraising efforts have been completely overhauled in Currie’s tenure with a personal interaction and communication for Ahearn Fund donors of all levels. K-State supporters immediately responded by increasing gifts more than 50 percent versus the previous year, while fiscal year 2013’s $36.8 million total means that yearly cash giving has nearly tripled since Currie’s arrival in 2009. Providing K-State student-athletes a world-class experience is a priority as Currie’s staff initiated new events such as the Powercat Choice Awards to showcase K-State’s studentathletes and a special graduation reception and ring ceremony to honor their accomplish23


K-STATE HEAD COACHES

STEVE BIETAU

SUZIE FRITZ

BRAD HILL

KRISTI KNIGHT

CASIE MAXWELL

Women’s Tennis | 30th year

Volleyball | 13th year

Baseball | 11th year

Women’s Golf | 19th year

Equestrian | 7th year

TIM NORRIS

DEB PATTERSON

CLIFF ROVELTO

MICHAEL SMITH

BILL SNYDER

Men’s Golf | 17th year

Women’s Basketball | 18th year

Track and Field | 22nd year

Cross Country | 9th year

Football | 22nd year

2013 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 45-19 27-8 19-18 --10-4 8-5 -------10-11 18-11

Big 12 W-L 16-8 14-4 5-13 ---5-4 -------3-6 6-10

Big 12 Finish 1st t1st 8th ---5th -------7th 5th

Big 12 NCAA Postseason Postseason T-3rd NCAA Super Regional Final NCAA First Round Quarterfinals WNIT Semifinals 8th NCAA Midwest Regional [25th] 6th NCAA Midwest Regional [18th] 2nd NCEA Reserve National Champions --Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl (W, 31-14) 5th -9th -3rd NCAA Championships (32nd) 7th NCAA Championships (46th) 4th NCAA Championships (23rd) 7th -5th -Quarterfinals NCAA Individual ----

PATRICK SWEENEY

BRUCE WEBER

Rowing | 11th year

Men’s Basketball | 2nd year

All-Americans (17): Jharyl Bowry (Outdoor Long Jump), Brittany Chambers (women’s basketball), Devin Dick (Indoor Heptathlon), Meredith Finch (equestrian), Tomas Kirielius (Outdoor Decathlon), Erik Kynard (Indoor & Outdoor High Jump), Tyler Lockett (football), Merryl Mbeng (Indoor Pentathlon), Rodney McGruder (men’s basketball), Ryan Mueller (football), Hannah Ribera (equestrian), Carlos Rodriguez (Indoor 200m), Martina Tresch (3000m Steeplechase), Kyle Wait (Indoor & Outdoor Pole Vault), Rachel Webster (equestrian), Kali Yates (equestrian), Ty Zimmerman (football). Academic All-Americans (2): Petra Niedermayerova (Women’s Tennis), Scotland Preston (Women’s Golf) All-Big 12 Selections (29): 8 - Baseball, 3 - Men’s Basketball, 1 - Women’s Basketball, 13 - Football, 2 - Women’s Tennis, 2- Women’s Volleyball. Academic All-Big 12 Selections (100): 6 - Baseball, 2 - Men’s Basketball, 5 - Women’s Basketball, 5 - Cross Country, 16 - Equestrian, 11 - Football, 4 - Men’s Golf, 5 - Women’s Golf, 23 - Rowing, 1 - Women’s Tennis, 13 - Track & Field, 9 - Women’s Volleyball. Big 12 Speciality Awards (10): Brittany Chambers - Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Brad Hill - Big 12 Coach of the Year, Jared King - Big 12 ScholarAthlete of the Year, Ross Kivett - Big 12 Player of the Year, Tyler Lockett - Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year, Jake Matthys - Big 12 Freshman of the Year, Ryan Mueller - Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year, Whitney Pyle - Big 12 Conference Sportsperson of the Year, Sara Savatovic - Outstanding Freshman of the Year, Bruce Weber - Big 12 Coach of the Year, Head coach Brad Hill earned his second Big 12 Coach of the Year award of his career after leading the ‘Cats to a Big 12 title in 2013.

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RETURNING PLAYERS

10 BEE

21 BUSCH

C • 5-11 • 185 • L/R • SO-1L Chatham, Ill. (Glenwood HS)

LHP • 6-1 • 200 • L/L • SO-1L Brookings, S.D. (Brookings HS)

Alex

Landon

CAREER HIGHS (PITCHING)

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

Highs 4 1 1 None None 1 None 2

Opponent (last time) at Kansas twice (at Kansas) vs. Niagara

Date 5/11/13 5/11/13 3/5/13

vs. Texas Tech

4/6/13

Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

at Kansas

5/11/13

2013 [FRESHMAN]

2013 [FRESHMAN] Had 2 hits in 19 at-bats ... Played catcher in 8 of his 12 total games ... Went 1-for-4 in his lone start of the season on May 11 at KU ... Drove in his only run of the season on March 5 vs. Niagara.

GLENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Played two years at University High in Normal, Ill., under his father, Greg Bee, before playing his final two years for the Titans under head coach Pat Moomey... Was an all-state selection as a senior and earned all-conference accolades each year... Helped lead Chatham to a regional and section championship in 2011... Hit .433 with two home runs and 30 RBI as a senior, one year after hitting .373 with five homers and 34 RBI... Was also a three-time all-conference honoree as a wrestler, qualifying for the Illinois Class 2A championship three times.

Highs 3.0 4 4 4 3 5

Opponent (last time) vs. Bethune-Cookman at Nebraska twice (vs. Wichita State) at Nebraska vs. Baylor vs. Northern Colorado

Date 3/22/13 4/24/13 5/31/13 4/24/13 5/24/13 3/12/13

Posted a 4.58 ERA (9er, 17.2ip) in 15 appearances ... Held opponents to a .197 batting average against ... Did not allow a run in his first 7 games (9.0 IP) ... Struck out a careerhigh 5 in 2.0 innings on March 12 vs. Northern Colorado ... Combined with starter Jake Doller to hold Northern Colorado to one hit in the game ... First and only save was a threeinning effort in which he retired all 9 Bethune-Cookman batters he faced on March 22 ... Held Oklahoma scoreless in 2.0 innings on May 19 ... Limited Oregon State to one run on 3 hits in 2.0 innings pitched on June 9 in the Super Regional

BROOKINGS HIGH SCHOOL Lettered for the Bobcats under head coach Rob Hirrschoff... Went 7-1 with a 0.68 ERA and 103 strikeouts as a junior, earning all-state honors and helping his team finish in third place at the state championships... Came back with a 9-2 record and a 2.23 ERA en route to a state championship and another all-state selection... Was also named all-region in 2010, 2011 and 2012... Also lettered four years in football and basketball, earning all-conference accolades in basketball on two occasions.

PERSONAL Alexander Gregory Bee was born October 12, 1993, in Bloomington, Ill... Son of Greg and Janine Bee... Is the youngest of six children ... Played for the Rossville Rattlers in the summer of 2013, helping the Rattlers capture the National Baseball Congress national championship ... Batted .365 (27-for-74) with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 3 home runs and 20 RBI with Rossville ... Also played for the Hays Larks.

BEE’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .105 12-1 19 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .105 1 0 7 .150 0 0 0-0 0 1.000 TOTAL .105 12-1 19 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .105 1 0 7 .150 0 0 0-0 0 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .083 5-1 12 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .083 1 0 5 .154 0 0 0-0 0 1.000 TOTAL .083 5-1 12 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .083 1 0 5 .154 0 0 0-0 0 1.000

PERSONAL Landon Hondo Busch was born September 19, 1993, in Milbank, S.D... Son of Mike and Dawn Busch... Has three siblings, Logan, Tatum and Christian... Father, Mike, was the quarterback for two games for the New York Giants during the 1987 NFL strike... Mike is a high school football and basketball coach, as well as the athletic director ... Played for the Junction City Brigade in the summer of 2013 ... Went 1-0 with a 0.75 ERA with 16 strikeouts in first 12 innings pitched ... Also pitched for the El Dorado Broncos in the National Baseball Congress (NBC) World Series ... Earned 2 wins in 2 starts with the Broncos.

BUSCH’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 4.58 0-0 15-0 0 0/2 1 17.2 13 13 9 11 11 1 1 0 .197 1 2 0 4.58 0-0 15-0 0 0/2 1 17.2 13 13 9 11 11 1 1 0 .197 1 2 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

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ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV 6.00 0-0 4-0 0 0-0 0 6.00 0-0 4-0 0 0-0 0

IP 3.0 3.0

H 1 1

R 2 2

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 2 3 0 0 0 0 .100 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 .100 0 0 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

15 CONLON Shane

INF/LHP • 6-1 • 190 • L/L • JR-3L Naperville, Ill. (Central HS)

Baylor in which he tossed 2.1 no-hit innings with two strikeouts to pick up his first win... Earned his first career start against Texas Tech on April 21, taking the win as he threw 6.2 scoreless innings with four hits, no walks and five strikeouts... Also earned the win in a five-inning start against New Orleans on May 15, while he was the winning pitcher against No. 12 Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship on May 27 when he allowed two runs on four hits in five innings... Earned 16 starts at first base, including 11 in Big 12 play... Was 9-for-56 with a double and one RBI... Recorded a trio of two-hit games - vs. No. 5 Texas on March 20, at No. 21 Baylor on March 25 and vs. No. 5 Texas A&M on April 2.

NAPERVILLE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CAREER HIGHS (HITTING) Category At Bats Hits RBI Runs Scored Home Runs Walks Stolen Bases Strikeouts

Highs 6 5 4 3 1 2 2 2

Opponent (last time) four times (at Oregon State) vs. Kentucky vs. Texas Tech five times (at Nebraska) seven times (at Iowa) five times (at Nebraska) three times (at Iowa) six times (vs. Oklahoma)

Date 6/8/13 2/21/13 4/6/13 4/24/13 4/13/13 4/24/13 4/12/13 5/19/13

Opponent (last time) vs. Texas Tech three times (vs. New Orleans) vs. Oregon State vs. Missouri vs. Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech

Date 4/21/11 5/15/11 2/26/12 5/7/11 5/27/11 4/21/11

CAREER HIGHS (PITCHING) Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 6.2 6 6 5 5 5

CAREER HONORS • All-Big 12 First Team (2013) • All-Manhattan Regional Team (2013)

2013 [SOPHOMORE] Moved full-time to first base, starting all but one of K-State’s games at that position ... Finished among the leaders in the Big 12 in several categories, including second with 56 runs scored and third in total bases with 125 ... Tied for the team-lead with 7 home runs ... Had 25 multi-hit games, tied for the second-most on the Wildcats ... Reached base safely in 58 of his 63 games played ... Had a 15-game hitting streak to start the season, batting .450 (27-for-60) with 13 RBI ... Collected 5 hits, including a home run, while driving in 2 and scoring 2 runs vs. No. 8 Kentucky on Feb. 21 ... Registered his second 15-game hitting streak of the season from April 3-27, batting .393 (24-for-61) with 12 RBI over the stretch ... Combined 7 RBI and 2 home runs in back-to-back games on April 6 and 7 vs. Texas Tech ... Went 3-for-6 with a home run, 4 RBI and 3 runs scored on April 6 ... Was 2for-3 with a home run, 3 RBI and 3 runs scored on April 7 ... Ended the year with a ninegame hitting streak ... Batted .350 (14-for-40) with 3 RBI and 7 runs scored over final 9 games of the season ... Hit .455 (5-for-11) with a walk and two runs scored in Manhattan Regional ... Had 3 hits in Super Regional at Oregon State ... Batted .200 (3-for-15) with a double and run scored in the Super Regional.

2012 [SOPHOMORE] Appeared in six games, including two starts, until an injury ended his season... Received a medial redshirt... Earned a 1-1 record and a 6.35 ERA in 11.1 innings with 10 walks and eight strikeouts... Began the year tossing 1.2 innings of no-hit ball with three strikeouts at CSU Bakersfield on Feb. 18... Also came out of the bullpen against Pacific on March 2 to throw three scoreless frames, working around three hits with two strikeouts... Started his final two games of the year, at Nebraska on March 6 and at Minnesota on March 13.

Lettered one season for the Redhawks under head coach Bill Seiple... Also played three seasons at St. Rita High School... Was named a Louisville Slugger High School All-American as a first baseman and pitcher, the Prep Baseball Report Player of the Year, the Chicago Tribune Player of the Year and the Daily Herald Player of the Year... Was a perfect 12-0 on the mound with a 1.45 ERA to go along with 122 strikeouts and just 12 walks in 82.0 innings as a senior, leading Naperville Central to the 4A state championship over St. Rita... Hit .430 (61-for-142) with 15 doubles, two home runs and 28 RBI in 2010... Also earned all-conference and all-area honors as a junior.

MLB DRAFT Selected in the 21st round (624th overall) of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft by the Kansas City Royals, but did not sign.

PERSONAL Shane Robert Conlon was born February 27, 1992, in Downers Grove, Ill... Son of Bob and Colleen Conlon... Has one sister, Kate... Was named to the high school honor roll seven of eight semesters... Played for the Topeka Golden Giants of the Walter Johnson League in summer of 2013 before closing out the summer with the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball League ... Went 6-for-15 (.400) with three doubles and two RBI with Topeka ... In 14 games with the Firebirds, he batted .204 (10-for-49) with a double and an RBI ... Majoring in social science.

CONLON’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

Avg .161 .000 .341 .308

GP-GS 31-16 0-0 63-63 94-79

AB 56 0 249 305

R 5 0 56 61

H 9 0 85 94

2B 1 0 13 14

3B 0 0 3 3

HR 0 0 7 7

RBI 1 0 28 29

TB 10 0 125 135

SLG .179 .000 .502 .443

BB 6 0 25 31

HBP 0 0 16 16

SO 6 0 30 36

OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% .242 0 3 1-1 5 .972 .000 0 0 0-0 0 1.000 .430 3 9 17-21 4 .994 .397 3 12 18-22 9 .989

H 7 29 36

2B 0 6 6

3B 0 1 1

HR 0 2 2

RBI 1 10 11

TB 7 43 50

SLG .171 .457 .370

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 3 0 5 .227 0 2 1-1 4 8 8 15 .405 1 3 4-5 2 11 8 20 .355 1 5 5-6 6

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB 2011 .171 18-11 41 2013 .309 24-24 94 TOTAL .267 42-35 135

R 2 21 23

FLD% .966 .991 .983

CONLON’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

ERA 4.42 6.35 4.88

W-L 4-1 1-1 5-2

G-GS 11-6 6-2 17-8

CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg 0 0/0 0 36.2 37 20 18 13 25 4 0 6 .270 0 0/0 0 11.1 13 14 8 10 8 4 0 2 .302 0 0/0 0 48.0 50 34 26 23 33 8 0 8 .278

WP HBP BK 2 3 1 2 2 0 4 5 1

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2011 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 4.34 2-1 5-3 0 0/0 0 18.2 18 10 9 5 12 0 0 4 .254 2 1 0 4.34 2-1 5-3 0 0/0 0 18.2 18 10 9 5 12 0 0 4 .254 2 1 0

2011 [FRESHMAN] A two-way player who saw time in the field in 31 games while he pitched in 11 games with six starts... Held a 4-1 record and a 4.42 ERA, allowing 18 earned runs on 37 hits with 13 walks and 25 strikeouts in 36.2 innings... Also held opponents to a .242 batting average... Saw most of his action out of the bullpen to begin the season, including a game at No. 21 27


RETURNING PLAYERS

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Clayton

DALRYMPLE

OF • 6-1 • 190 • R/R • SO-1L Coppell, Texas (Coppell HS)

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

Blair DEBORD

C • 5-11 • 205 • R/R • SR-3L Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan HS)

CAREER HIGHS Highs 5 2 3 1 None None 1 2

Opponent (last time) vs. Texas Tech three times (at Iowa) vs. Northern Colorado six times (at Oregon State)

Date 4/6/13 4/14/13 3/12/13 6/9/13

twice (vs. TCU) vs. Texas Tech

4/27/13 4/6/13

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

Highs 6 3 4 3 1 2 1 3

Opponent (last time) vs. Baylor 10 times (vs. Oklahoma) vs. Chicago State at San Diego State four times (at Texas Tech) nine times (at Texas) nine times (vs. Wichita State) twice (at Kansas)

2013 [FRESHMAN]

CAREER HONORS

In his first collegiate season, he batted .343 (12-for-35) with 2 doubles, 6 RBI and 2 stolen bases in 34 games ... Led team with a .500 batting average as a pinch-hitter ... Had a 3run double in his only at-bat on March 12 vs. Northern Colorado ... 3 RBI in March 12 game vs. Northern Colorado were a season-high ... Had at least one hit in 6 of his 9 starts ... Batted .320 (8-for-25) in the 9 starts ... Went 2-for-2 with an RBI and stolen base on April 14 at Iowa.

• All-Big 12 First Team (2013) • Johnny Bench Award Semifinalist (2013) • NCAA Manhattan All-Regional Team (2013)

COPPELL HIGH SCHOOL Played four years for the Cowboys... Held a career batting average of .333 with four triples, while he was 14-for-14 in stolen bases... Was the team leader in hits and triples as a senior, helping Coppell earn a berth into the state playoffs... Also lettered in basketball.

PERSONAL Clayton James Dalrymple was born November 12, 1993, in Grapevine, Texas... Son of Rich and Ros Dalrymple... Has three siblings, Kimberley, Ty and Jack... Father, Rich, is the Vice President for Public Relations/Communications for the Dallas Cowboys and played football at Westminster College... Mother, Ros, was a three-time All-American as a tennis player at the University of Miami and was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in 2011... Played for the North Central Kansas Knights in the summer of 2013 ... Batted .300 (18-for-60) with 3 doubles, 4 RBI and 12 runs in 21 games ... Majoring in business.

DALRYMPLE’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .343 34-9 35 6 12 2 0 0 6 14 .400 0 0 5 .343 0 0 2-3 0 1.000 TOTAL .343 34-9 35 6 12 2 0 0 6 14 .400 0 0 5 .343 0 0 2-3 0 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .267 13-4 15 1 4 0 0 0 2 4 .267 0 0 3 .267 0 0 1-1 0 1.000 TOTAL .267 13-4 15 1 4 0 0 0 2 4 .267 0 0 3 .267 0 0 1-1 0 1.000

Date 4/15/12 5/18/13 4/28/10 2/25/12 5/17/12 5/4/13 5/31/13 5/14/10

2013 [JUNIOR] Started all 60 games he played, serving as the primary catcher for the Big 12 championship team ... Named to the All-Big 12 First Team for the first time in his career while also being named a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award, given to the nation’s top catcher ... Batted .327 (65-for-199) with 11 doubles, a triple, 37 RBI and 33 runs ... Finished 10th in the Big 12 in batting average (.327) ... Posted a .418 OBP with the help of 26 walks (struck out 26 times) ... Season-high 12-game hitting streak from March 22April 9, batting .468 (22-for-47) over the stretch ... Hit .462 (6-for-13) with 4 RBI and a walk in series at Baylor from March 28-30 ... Had 6 hits and 3 RBI in 3 games of series vs. Texas Tech from April 5-7 ... Recorded 2 doubles, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored on April 13 at Iowa ... Perfect 3-for-3 with a walk and run scored on May 18 vs. Oklahoma ... Went 2-for-5 with 2 RBI and a run scored in game one of Manhattan Regional vs. Wichita State on May 31 ... Named to the All-Manhattan Regional Team ... Batted .500 (5-for-10) with 2 RBI and a walk in 3 games during the Super Regional at Oregon State.

2012 [SOPHOMORE] Played in 50 as a redshirt sophomore, including 25 starts at catcher and 19 as the designated hitter... Hit .257 with eight doubles, two home runs and 28 RBI, while he did not commit an error in 208 fielding chances... Finished third on the team with nine multi-RBI games, including three-RBI contests at No. 24 Oklahoma on March 31, vs. Sacred Heart on April 7 and against Baylor on April 15... Started six of the final nine regular-season games behind the plate, helping the Wildcats earn a 7-2 record and a trip to the Big 12 Championship... Tied his career high with three hits, including a double, while driving in two runs at San Diego State on Feb. 25... That came on the heels of another two-RBI contest against the Aztecs two days prior... Was 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and three RBI on March 31 at No. 24 Oklahoma... Second three-hit game of the season came against No. 5 Baylor on April 15 when he doubled twice... Tallied two hits, including a solo homer, on May 17 at Texas Tech.

2011 [SOPHOMORE] Redshirted due to injury.

2010 [FRESHMAN] A backup catcher who also started 40 games as the team's designated hitter... Hit .340 with 13 doubles, two homers and 22 RBI... Finished six points shy of the K-State freshman batting average record... Registered a .467 on-base percentage to rank seventh in the Big 28


RETURNING PLAYERS 12... Was hit by 17 pitches, which tied for third in school history... Registered nine infield hits... Tallied four three-hit games, including one against Kent State on March 13 when he hit his first career home run and drove in three runs... Also had a homer and tallied a season high four RBI against Chicago State on April 28... Registered two doubles against Duquesne, while he had multi-RBI contests against St. Bonaventure and Minnesota on May 4... Went 27-for-54 (.500) with six doubles, a home run and nine RBI over his first 16 starts.

MANHATTAN HIGH SCHOOL 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) AllStar Game... Also a three-year letterwinner in football, earning honorable mention allleague and first team All-Flint Hills accolades as a senior... A four-year honors student who was a KMAN Student-Athlete of the Year nominee.

2013 [SOPHOMORE] Had a breakout season, playing in a career-high 60 games (59 starts) and leading one of the nation’s top offenses in batting average while being named to the All-Big 12 First Team ... Had a team-high .361 batting average, which was also the fourth-best average in the Big 12 ... Paced the Big 12 with a conference-only batting average of .412 ... His 20 doubles ranked second in the Big 12 and tied for fourth-most in a single season in school history ... His 18-game hitting streak from April 13-May 17 was the longest by K-State in 2013 and tied for the sixth longest in K-State program history ... Second on the team with 17 two-out RBI ... Hit his first career home run on February 15 vs. High Point – the first game of the season ... The homer was a solo blast in the top of the 9th inning ... Second home run of the season was a two-run, game-winning blast at Kansas on May 11 in the 9th inning ... Had an RBI in 7 straight games from March 2-8 ... Tallied 9 RBI over the sevengame stretch ... Registered a pair of 2-double games in series vs. Texas Tech from April 57 ... Delivered walk-off RBI single on April 5 vs. Texas Tech to give K-State a 6-5 win ... Went 3-for-4 with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored in Regional game vs. Wichita State on May 31 ... Had a .545 OBP (2 hits, 3 walks, HBP) in 3 games of Super Regional at Oregon State

2012 [FRESHMAN] PERSONAL Blair Louis DeBord was born December 9, 1990, in Manhattan, Kan... Son of Blake and Brenda DeBord... Both parents attended K-State... Has one sibling, Brooks, who is an outfielder with K-State in 2014 ... Played for the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod Baseball League during the summer of 2013 ... Hit .245 (13-for-53) with a double and 6 RBI in 17 games ... Majoring in marketing.

DEBORD’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year 2010 2012 2013 TOTAL

Avg .340 .257 .327 .308

GP-GS AB 51-47 156 50-44 167 60-60 199 161-151 522

R 23 18 33 74

H 53 43 65 161

2B 13 8 11 32

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 2 2 0 4

RBI 22 28 37 87

TB 72 57 78 207

SLG .462 .341 .392 .397

BB 21 16 26 63

HBP 17 5 9 31

SO 24 23 26 73

OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% .467 1 2 3-5 0 1.000 .333 4 1 0-0 0 1.000 .418 5 3 6-8 3 .993 .407 10 6 9-13 3 .995

H 18 19 24 61

2B 5 3 3 11

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 2 0 2

RBI 6 9 13 28

TB 23 28 27 78

SLG .329 .394 .355 .359

BB 6 1 7 14

HBP 7 1 0 8

SO 21 13 10 44

OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% .369 1 0 0-0 0 .000 .288 0 1 0-0 0 1.000 .369 1 3 0-0 3 .980 .344 2 4 0-0 3 .988

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2010 2012 2013 TOTAL

Avg .257 .268 .316 .281

GP-GS 22-21 21-17 23-23 66-61

AB 70 71 76 217

R 10 7 9 26

Played in 33 games during his rookie campaign, including eight starts… Hit .295 (13-for44) with one double and two RBI… Was perfect on all 30 fielding chances, including 23 assists… Recorded his first of three two-hit games in a start April 18 against Northern Colorado… Also went 2-for-5 in a start against Oklahoma State on April 29, while he came off the bench against No. 6 Baylor in the Big 12 Championship to go 2-for-2… Picked up his first career RBI on Feb. 25 at San Diego State, while he also drove in a run on a sacrifice fly on May 1 at Wichita State… Carded a season-high four fielding assists in a non-conference game at Kansas on April 25.

OLATHE NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four seasons for the Ravens under head coach Jay Novacek and Rick Setter... Earned first team all-state honors in 2010, while he was a second-team pick in both 2009 and 2011... Joined fellow K-State freshman Kyle Speer as the only two sophomores on the coaches' all-state team in 2009... Held a career .495 batting average, including a schoolrecord .510 mark as a sophomore... Also holds the school marks in slugging percentage (.720), on-base percentage, doubles and triples... Led team to the state championship in 2009... Prepped at same high school as former Wildcat and seventh-round draft pick Nate Tenbrink.

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David Austin Fisher was born January 8, 1993, in Joplin, Mo... Son of David and Jill Fisher... Has one sister, Audrey... Father, David, was drafted in 1992 and played five seasons as a professional, reaching Triple A Scranton-Wilkes Barre... Grandfather and uncle also played professionally, reaching Double A... An honors student who plans on majoring in business.

Austin

FISHER

INF • 6-1 • 195 • L/R • JR-2L Lenexa, Kan. (Olathe Northwest HS)

Year Avg GP-GS AB 2012 .295 33-8 44 2013 .361 60-59 208 TOTAL .349 93-67 252

R 2 43 45

H 13 75 88

2B 1 20 21

3B 0 3 3

HR 0 2 2

RBI 2 38 40

TB 14 107 121

SLG .318 .514 .480

BB 4 21 25

HBP 5 12 17

SO 8 36 44

OBP SF SH SB-A E .407 1 1 1-1 0 .443 3 5 3-10 13 .436 4 6 4-11 13

FLD% 1.000 .952 .957

H 3 35 38

2B 0 11 11

3B 0 1 1

HR 0 1 1

RBI 0 17 17

TB 3 51 54

SLG .158 .600 .519

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 1 2 4 .273 0 0 0-0 0 4 4 15 .457 1 2 0-2 3 5 6 19 .422 1 2 0-2 3

FLD% 1.000 .971 .972

BIG 12 STATISTICS

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

FISHER’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

Highs 6 3 3 3 1 3 1 2

Opponent (last time) at Baylor six times (vs. Wichita State) four times (vs. Wichita State) at Kansas twice (at Kansas) at Creighton three times (vs. Bethune-Cookman) seven times (vs. Bryant)

Date 3/29/13 5/31/13 5/31/13 5/11/13 5/11/13 4/30/13 3/23/13 6/1/13

Year Avg GP-GS AB 2012 .158 11-5 19 2013 .412 22-22 85 TOTAL .365 33-27 104

R 1 18 19

CAREER HONORS • All-Big 12 First Team (2013) • Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist (2013) • Gregg Olsen Breakout Player of the Year Award Semifinalist (2013) 29


RETURNING PLAYERS

24 GRIEP

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Nate

RHP • 6-2 • 185 • R/R • FR-RS Omaha, Neb. (Millard West HS)

CAREER HIGHS

Did not play due to redshirt.

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

Lettered four years for the Wildcats under head coach Frank Ryan ... Finished second in school history in career appearances (36), wins (23), strikeouts (225), ERA (1.71) and complete games (11), while he was first in shutouts (5) ... Was a Louisville Slugger High School All-American as a right-handed pitcher and an outfielder, while he was the 2012 Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year ... Also earned an invitation to the under-18 USA Baseball tryouts ... Went 8-1 with a 1.62 ERA in 48 innings as a senior with 76 strikeouts ... Went 6-2 with a 1.28 ERA in 48 innings with 56 strikeouts as a junior, while he was 50 with a 2.13 ERA as a sophomore, earning first team all-state accolades on each occasion ... Was an honorable mention all-state selection as a freshman when he went 4-2 with a 1.98 ERA.

PERSONAL Nate Kendall Griep was born on October 11, 1993 in Portland, Ore. ... Son of Kendall and Cindy Griep ... Has two siblings, Maddy and Kohle ... Plans on majoring in kinesiology with the hopes of becoming an athletic trainer.

KIVETT

INF • 6-1 • 200 • R/R • SR-3L Broadview Heights, Ohio (St. Edward HS)

2013 [FRESHMAN]

MILLARD WEST HIGH SCHOOL

Ross

Highs 7 4 5 4 2 3 3 3

Opponent (last time) twice (vs. Wichita State) six times (vs. Wichita State) vs. Nebraska twice (vs. Wichita State) Wichita State twice (vs. Arkansas) twice (vs. Northern Colorado) three times (vs. Wichita State)

Date 4/24/12 5/31/13 3/26/13 5/31/13 5/31/13 6/2/13 3/12/13 4/9/13

CAREER HONORS • ABCA/Rawlings All-America Second Team (2013) • Baseball America All-America Third Team (2013) • Collegiate Baseball Louisville Slugger All-America Third Team (2013) • Big 12 Player of the Year (2013) • All-Big 12 First Team (2013) • Academic All-Big 12 Second Team (2013) • MVP of Manhattan Regional (2013)

2013 [JUNIOR]

PERSONAL

As the catalyst of the first K-State baseball team to win a Big 12 title and advance to a NCAA Super Regional, Kivett played in every game for the Wildcats - the only K-State player to do so in 2013 - during their unprecedented season ... Became the third Wildcat in program history to be named conference player of the year and first since Nick Martini was named Big 12 Player of the Year in 2010 ... Was one of a school-record seven Wildcats named to the All-Big 12 First Team ... Garnered three All-America nods (ABCA/Rawlings All-America Second Team and Third Team from Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball), which were the most by a Wildcat since A.J. Morris in 2009 ... Batted .360 (94-for-261) with 15 doubles, 4 triples, 3 home runs and 39 RBI in 64 games ... Led Big 12 in hits (94) and runs (57) while finishing second in stolen bases (26) and total bases (126) ... 94 hits are tied for the third-most in a season in program history ... Led the team with 28 multihit games ... Started every game at second base ... Only K-State player in program history to play in at least 64 games in a single season ... Team-high and career-high 21-game onbase streak from March 3-30 ... In 24 Big 12 games, he batted .376 (38-for-101) with 7 extra-base hits, 10 RBI, 10 stolen bases, 9 walks and 8 strikeouts ... Had the game-winning RBI in 4 games (tied or trailing in 5th inning or later) ... Paced the team with 18 two-out RBI, giving him 36 through the first three years of his career ... Tallied a season-high 4 hits in a game three different times, including for the first time on April 6 vs. Texas Tech ... Went 4-for-4 with a walk, RBI and two runs scored on April 13 at Iowa, falling a home run shy of hitting for the cycle ... Hit a 2-run triple in the top of the 8th inning to score the gamewinning runs in a 3-2 victory at Texas on May 3 ... Hit 2 home runs vs. Wichita State on May 31 in Manhattan Regional, helping the Wildcats beat the in-state rival 20-11.

Colton Michael Kalmus was born April 13, 1994, in Longview, Texas... Son of Michael and Deanna Kalmus... Has one sister, Gracyn.

2012 [SOPHOMORE]

14 KALMUS Colton

RHP • 6-2 • 190 • R/R • FR-RS Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS)

2013 [FRESHMAN] Did not play due to redshirt.

ROWLETT HIGH SCHOOL Lettered two years for the Eagles under head coach Paul Carmon... Led team to a 52-18 record over his junior and senior seasons, sporting a 1.66 ERA with 63 strikeouts and 22 walks over 60 innings... Named an all-district third baseman as a senior... Also lettered in golf and football where he passed for 1,823 yards and 15 touchdowns on 107-of-167 aim.

A consistent bat at the top of the lineup that started every game at second base and hit .286 with 10 doubles, five triples and 28 RBI... Tied for fifth in the Big 12 in triples, while he was second in the league in conference play with three... Led the team, ranked second in the conference and tied for ninth in school history with 25 steals... His 25 steals were also a school record among sophomores... Also led the team with 10 sacrifice hits, a mark that tied for fourth in school history... Drew 33 walks and scored 46 runs... Finished the season reaching base safely in 23 of the final 25 games... Finished third on the squad in 30


RETURNING PLAYERS multi-hit games with 18... Recorded two game-winning RBI - at Bakersfield on February 18 and a walk-off double against Northern Colorado on April 17... Had two RBI in the season-opening contest against the Roadrunners, while his walk-off double against UNC was part of a two-double, one-RBI game... Tallied a season-best three hits on five occasions against No. 21 Texas on March 23 and March 25, against No. 5 Baylor on April 15, against Nebraska Omaha on May 5 and against Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Championship on May 24... Tied his career best with three RBI against Sacred Heart on April 6 and Nebraska Omaha on May 5... Drew a career-best three walks against Hartford on March 10.

12 MATTHYS Jake

RHP • 5-11 • 180 • R/R • SO-1L Spring Lake Park, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS)

2011 [FRESHMAN] Saw time in 48 games with 38 starts, including starts in each of the last 30 games... Hit .314 (49-of-156) with four doubles, one triple and 19 RBI... Also went 8-for-13 on the bases paths... Tallied nine sacrifice hits, which was tied for the sixth-most in school history... Held a 12-game hitting streak - the second highest on the team - from May 7 against Missouri to May 27 in the Big 12 Championship against Oklahoma... Hit .400 (22-of-55) during that stretch, which featured six multi-hit games and raised his average 42 points... Had 12 multi-hit games, including three four-hit games... Finished third on the team with 12 infield singles... Started at No. 21 Baylor, going 3-for-4 with three RBI... Was 4-for-5 with three runs driven in against Missouri State... Went 4-for-5 with a RBI and four runs scored against New Orleans on May 14... Had two hits and registered the game-winning single in extra innings on May 20 against Kansas... Tallied a 4-for-5 contest with two RBI to help K-State top No. 12 Oklahoma on May 25 in the Big 12 Championship... Also had two RBI against Texas A&M on May 28.

ST. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years for the Eagles under head coach Dan Allie... A First Team All-Northeast Ohio selection by ESPN Rise in 2010... Also earned all-league honors... Hit .485 (47-for97) with 10 doubles, two triples, 16 RBI and 16 steals as a senior in 2010, leading his team to a state championship... Was .417 (35-for-84) in 2009 with seven doubles, 18 RBI and 14 steals... Lettered three years in hockey, earning all-state accolades in 2010.

MLB DRAFT Selected in the 10th round (291st overall) of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft by the Cleveland Indians, but did not sign.

PERSONAL Michael Ross Kivett was born October 19, 1991, in Cleveland, Ohio... Son of Mike and Mary Kivett... Has two siblings, Juliana and Jake... A four-year honor roll student in high school... Named to the 2013 Cape Cod Baseball League Postseason All-League Team after finishing third in the league in batting average, sixth in hits and seventh doubles while playing for the Orleans Firebirds ... Helped the Firebirds reach the Cape Cod Baseball League championship series, where they finished runner-up ... Overall, he batted .336 with three home runs and 17 RBI in summer of 2013 ... Named to the Perfect Game 2013 Summer League All-America Third Team ... A communications major who would like to coach college baseball.

KIVETT’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

Avg .314 .286 .360 .323

GP-GS AB 48-38 156 58-58 224 64-64 261 170-160 641

R H 29 49 46 64 57 94 132 207

2B 4 10 15 29

3B 1 5 4 10

HR 0 0 3 3

RBI 19 28 39 86

TB 55 84 126 265

SLG .353 .375 .483 .413

BB 11 33 29 73

HBP 5 8 10 23

SO 21 26 27 74

OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% .376 1 9 8-13 2 .962 .395 1 10 25-29 6 .979 .440 2 4 26-36 5 .985 .409 4 23 59-78 13 .981

2B 3 2 5 10

3B 0 3 1 4

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 6 7 10 23

TB 25 36 48 109

SLG .362 .375 .475 .410

BB 4 11 9 24

HBP 2 2 3 7

SO 13 13 8 34

OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% .373 0 4 2-5 1 .950 .376 0 5 7-9 3 .976 .439 1 2 10-13 0 1.000 .399 1 11 19-27 4 .985

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

Avg .319 .292 .376 .331

GP-GS 19-18 24-24 24-24 67-66

AB 69 96 101 266

R 9 13 17 39

H 22 28 38 88

CAREER HIGHS (PITCHING) Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 4.1 5 4 3 2 5

Opponent (last time) twice (vs. Oregon State) vs. Oklahoma vs. Oregon State vs. Cal Poly at Texas twice (vs. Oregon State)

Date 6/10/13 5/25/13 6/10/13 3/8/13 5/3/13 6/10/13

CAREER HONORS • Baseball America Freshman All-America Second Team (2013) • Collegiate Baseball Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American (2013) • Big 12 Freshman of the Year (2013) • All-Big 12 First Team (2013) • All-Big 12 Freshman Team (2013) • Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, twice (4/22/13, 5/20/13)

2013 [FRESHMAN] Put together one of the finest freshman campaigns in program history, setting the school’s wins record for the Big 12 era and also tallying the most saves by a K-State freshman ... Posted a 2.05 ERA (14er, 61.1ip) in 34 appearances (one start) while striking out 44 and holding opponents to a .205 batting average against ... Became the first K-State player to earn the Big 12 Freshman of the Year award in program history ... Twice named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (April 22 and May 20) ... Held a 9-1 record with a 1.89 ERA and 9 saves in a school-record 33 relief appearances ... T-2nd in the Big 12 in wins and saves ... Only allowed 3 of his 31 inherited runners to score ... Retired 25 of the 33 first batters he faced ... Lone start of the season was on June 10 at Oregon State in Super Regional, tossing 4.1 innings and allowing four runs (two earned) ... Also threw two innings of relief in game one of the Super Regional, holding the Beavers scoreless and helping K-State earn its first win in a Super Regional in program history ... Did not allow a run in seven straight games from April 2-21, his longest scoreless streak of the season ... Notched first career save on March 16 vs. West Virginia, holding the Mountaineers scoreless in two perfect innings while striking out three ... Picked up first career win in first career appearance on Feb. 17 vs. George Mason, scattering two hits in 2.1 innings.

SPRING LAKE PARK HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years for the Panthers under head coaches Ryan Holmgren and Josh Mason... Earned all-conference accolades as a junior and senior, while he was an honorable mention all-conference selection as a sophomore... Also lettered in hockey, earning all-conference honors on two occasions.

PERSONAL Jake Robert Matthys was born June 13, 1994, in Minneapolis, Minn... Son of Phil Matthys... Has four siblings, Dan, Brendon Jon and Erik Ebensteiner ... Pitched for the Glens Falls Golden Eagles of the Perfect Game Collegiate League in summer of 2013 ... Plans on majoring in kinesiology with the plans of becoming a physical therapist.

MATTHYS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 2.05 9-2 34-1 0 0/0 9 61.1 46 17 14 9 44 10 3 3 .205 3 4 0 2.05 9-2 34-1 0 0/0 9 61.1 46 17 14 9 44 10 3 3 .205 3 4 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H 2.20 5-0 16-0 0 0/0 5 28.2 19 2.20 5-0 16-0 0 0/0 5 28.2 19

R 8 8

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 7 6 23 2 3 1 .186 2 0 0 7 6 23 2 3 1 .186 2 0 0 31


RETURNING PLAYERS

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23

Levi MAVORHIS

RHP • 6-1 • 195 • R/R • SO-1L Freeland, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy HS)

CAREER HIGHS (PITCHING) Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 5.1 8 5 5 3 4

Opponent (last time) three times (vs. Oklahoma) twice (vs. Oklahoma) twice (vs. Oregon State) vs. Oregon State twice (vs. Wichita State) at Texas

Date 5/17/13 5/17/13 6/9/13 6/9/13 5/31/13 5/3/13

CAREER HONORS • All-Big 12 Freshman Team (2013)

FRESHMAN [2013] Joined teammate Jake Matthys on the All-Big 12 Freshman Team ... Was 5-0 with a 4.77 ERA (29er, 54.2ip) in 23 games overall, including 6 starts ... Posted a 2.81 ERA (10er, 32.0ip) in 10 Big 12 games (4 starts), striking out 14 and walking 4 in 32.0 innings ... Struck out a career-high 4 in start on May 3 at Texas ... In first 16 relief appearances of the season, he had a 3.58 ERA with 17 strikeouts and 5 walks ... Allowed one unearned run in 4.0 innings – a career-high for a relief outing – on April 5 vs. Texas Tech ... Scattered 8 hits but did not allow a run in 5.1 innings in his first career start on April 26 vs. TCU.

ARCHBISHOP MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years for the Wildcats under head coach Stan Taloff... Led Archbishop Murphy to a 28-2 record and its first ever state championship in 2012 as a senior when he went 11-0 with a 1.65 ERA and three shutouts in 68 innings, while he also hit .437 with nine doubles, one home run, 31 RBI and a .538 on-base percentage... Was named the conference's player of the year and the Washington Class 2A Player of the Year... Also earned MaxPreps All-America honors as a utility player... Led squad to an 18-1 mark and a league championship as a junior in 2011, while the Wildcats were 27-3 and earned both league and district championships in 2010.

Blake MCFADDEN

RHP • 6-1 • 200 • R/R • SO-1L Savannah, Mo. (Savannah HS)

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 6.0 8 4 4 3 5

Opponent (last time) at Iowa vs. Northern Colorado vs. Oregon State vs. Oregon State twice (at Kansas) at Iowa

Date 4/14/13 3/13/13 6/9/13 6/9/13 5/12/13 4/14/13

2013 [FRESHMAN] Went 6-3 with a 4.97 ERA (32er, 58.0ip) in 17 games (13 starts) ... Struck out 35 and walked 17 while opponents batted .281 against ... Tied for 9th in the Big 12 in wins (6) ... Made first start of the season on March 6 vs. Niagara before finishing the season in the starting rotation and making 10 starts beginning in April ... As a starter, posted a 4.75 ERA (25er, 47.1ip) with 31 strikeouts and 16 walks over 13 starts ... In half-a-dozen Big 12 games (5 starts), he had a 3.91 ERA and one home run allowed in 25.1 innings pitched ... Allowed 7 earned runs over 10.2 relief innings (5.90 ERA) throughout the season.

SAVANNAH HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner for the Savages under head coach Nick Kemerling... Was dominant his senior year, compiling a 10-0 record and a 0.13 ERA - both of which were school records - as he was named a First Team Louisville Slugger High School All-American by Collegiate Baseball, Prep Baseball Report Pitcher of the Year in Missouri and the Gatorade Missouri Baseball Player of the Year... Tallied 135 strikeouts and just six walks in 60 innings as Savannah finished third in the state championship... Topped off prep career by totaling 18 strikeouts in the third-place game, a Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Championship record... A four-time all-conference, all-district and all-state selection... Named the St. Joseph News-Press Player of the Year as both a junior and senior... Was selected to play in the 2011 Under Armour All-American game... Hit .391 with 25 RBI... Also excelled in football and basketball as he was an all-state punter and all-district quarterback on the gridiron, while he was three-time all-conference performer on the court.

PERSONAL Levi Calahan MaVorhis was born July 31, 1994, in Seattle, Wash... Son of Daniel Vorhis and Berenadine Maher... Plans on majoring in secondary education and become a baseball coach ... Pitched for the Rossville Rattlers in the summer of 2013.

MLB DRAFT

MAVORHIS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS

PERSONAL

Year 2013 TOTAL

Blake Eugene McFadden was born February 10, 1994, in St. Joseph, Mo... Son of Kip and Terry McFadden... Has one brother, Lee... Pitched for the Mat-Su Miners of the Alaska Baseball League in the summer of 2013, appearing in one game ... Plans on becoming an athletic trainer.

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 4.77 5-0 23-6 0 0/0 0 54.2 76 35 29 13 30 13 4 1 .336 3 3 2 4.77 5-0 23-6 0 0/0 0 54.2 76 35 29 13 30 13 4 1 .336 3 3 2

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 2.81 3-0 10-4 0 0 0 32.0 39 11 10 4 14 6 1 1 .302 1 2 0 2.81 3-0 10-4 0 0 0 32.0 39 11 10 4 14 6 1 1 .302 1 2 0

Selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 32nd round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign.

MCFADDEN’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 4.97 6-3 17-13 0 0/0 0 58.0 63 33 32 17 35 14 3 5 .281 3 7 0 4.97 6-3 17-13 0 0/0 0 58.0 63 33 32 17 35 14 3 5 .281 3 7 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

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ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 3.91 2-1 6-5 0 0/0 0 25.1 26 11 11 10 11 6 1 1 .274 1 2 0 3.91 2-1 6-5 0 0/0 0 25.1 26 11 11 10 11 6 1 1 .274 1 2 0


RETURNING PLAYERS MEYER’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB 2011 .323 17-6 31 2013 .281 53-29 128 TOTAL .289 70-35 159

35 MEYER Mitch

OF • 6-3 • 185 • L/R • JR-2L Stilwell, Kan. (Blue Valley HS)

R 4 16 20

H 10 36 46

2B 3 5 8

3B 0 5 5

HR 1 4 5

RBI 6 34 40

TB 16 63 79

SLG .516 .492 .497

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 1 2 4 .382 0 0 0-0 0 3 7 49 .322 5 4 2-5 1 4 9 53 .333 5 4 2-5 1

FLD% 1.000 .969 .971

R H 2B 0 0 0 9 18 1 9 18 1

3B 0 3 3

HR 0 3 3

RBI 0 17 17

TB 0 34 34

SLG .000 .642 .586

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 1 0 0 .167 0 0 0-0 0 1 4 21 .377 3 1 0-1 0 2 4 21 .358 3 1 0-1 0

FLD% .000 1.000 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB 2011 .000 5-1 5 2013 .340 21-14 53 TOTAL .310 26-15 58

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

Highs 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 4

Opponent (last time) seven times (vs. Wichita State) twice (vs. Oklahoma) twice (vs. Wichita State) three times (at Kansas) five times (at Kansas) four times (vs. Oregon State) twice (vs. Wichita State) vs. Coastal Carolina

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Date 5/31/13 5/19/13 5/31/13 5/10/13 5/11/13 6/9/13 5/31/13 2/21/13

Lance

MILES

INF • 5-10 • 180 • R/R • SO-1L The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS)

CAREER HONORS • Big 12 Player of the Week (5/20/13)

2013 [SOPHOMORE] Batted .281 (36-for-128) with 5 doubles, 5 triples, 4 home runs and 34 RBI in 53 games (29 starts) ... 17 of his 29 starts were in the Wildcats’ final 20 games ... 12 of the 17 starts were at DH while the other 5 were in right field ... Hit .340 (18-for-53) with 7 extra-base hits (double, 3 triples, 2 home runs) and 17 RBI in 21 Big 12 games ... Had a team-best 17 RBI in final 20 games ... Finished in a tie for second in the Big 12 with 5 triples ... Season-high 10-game hitting streak from April 30-May 19, batting .410 (16-for-39) with a double, 2 triples and 2 home runs over the span ... Tallied a season-high 3 RBI on two occasions (Last: May 31 vs. Wichita State in the Manhattan Regional) ... Drove in a run in 6 consecutive games from May 5-18 ... Registered 12 RBI over the stretch ... Hit a home run in back-to-back games on May 10 and 11 at Kansas.

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

Highs 5 2 3 1 None 1 1 2

Opponent (last time) three times (vs. Oklahoma) four times (vs. Baylor) twice (vs. Baylor) five times (vs. Wichita State)

Date 5/25/13 5/24/13 5/24/13 5/31/13

five times (vs. Oregon State) (vs. Bethune-Cookman) vs. Oklahoma

6/10/13 3/23/13 5/25/13

2013 [FRESHMAN]

Redshirted due to injury.

Batted .241 (14-for-58) with 9 RBI and 5 runs scored in 31 games ... Hit .324 with 8 RBI and a .375 OBP in his final 14 games ... Had a .368 (7-for-19) batting average with 5 RBI in 10 Big 12 games ... Started 14 games throughout the season, including 10 starts in the final 19 games ... Had 2 hits and 3 RBI on May 11 at Kansas ... Drove in 3 runs – matching his season-high – on May 24 vs. Baylor in the Big 12 Championship tournament.

2011 [FRESHMAN]

THE WOODLANDS HIGH SCHOOL

Played in 17 games with six starts, hitting .323 (10-of-31) with three doubles, a home run and six RBI... Began career with a pair of two-RBI games against Western Illinois on March 6 and Long Island on March 11... Went 2-for-3 in the game against the Blackbirds... Recorded a career best three-hit game against Northern Colorado on March 30... Hit a solo home run at Creighton on April 12.

A three-year letterwinner for the Highlanders under head coach Ron Eastman... Earned all-district honors on three occasions, while he was named an all-state performer as a senior... Selected as the all-county defensive player of the year at shortstop after setting The Woodlands' career fielding percentage record... Also selected for the Houston Area AllStar Game... Lettered three years in football as he broke the school's all-time completions, completion percentage and total yards passing records... Named the district offensive MVP and the all-county offensive player of the year.

2012 [SOPHOMORE]

BLUE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years for the Tigers under head coach Matt Ortman... Earned First Team AllEastern Kansas League (EKL) and second team all-state honors as a senior, while he was an honorable mention EKL pick as a junior... Led team to state championships as a sophomore and senior, including a 20-5 record during his final campaign... Hit .364 with six doubles, one triple, two home runs and 22 RBI as a senior.

PERSONAL Lance N. Miles was born February 20, 1994, in The Woodlands, Texas... Son of Dave and Jodie Miles... Has one brother, David... Played for the Rossville Rattlers during the summer of 2013 ... Hit .205 (8-for-39) with 3 doubles, 2 home runs and 13 RBI through July 26 ... Plans on majoring in mechanical engineering.

PERSONAL Mitch J. Meyer was born February 18, 1992, in Stilwell, Kan... Son of Thomas and Rhonda Meyer... Father lettered in baseball at K-State in 1984 and 1985... Has one sibling, Payton... Played in 30 games for the East Texas Pump Jacks of the Texas Collegiate League (TCL) in summer of 2013 ... Led East Texas with a .376 batting average (44-for-117), four home runs and 34 RBI ... Was named TCL Player of the Week on July 3 after collecting 13 hits, including a double and three home runs, in his first eight games of the summer ... Majoring in wildlife and outdoor enterprise management.

MILES’ CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .241 31-14 58 5 14 0 0 0 9 14 .241 5 2 12 .323 0 2 1-1 10 .773 TOTAL .241 31-14 58 5 14 0 0 0 9 14 .241 5 2 12 .323 0 2 1-1 10 .773

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .368 10-4 19 1 7 0 0 0 5 7 .368 1 0 5 .400 0 0 0-0 4 .692 TOTAL .368 10-4 19 1 7 0 0 0 5 7 .368 1 0 5 .400 0 0 0-0 4 .692

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RETURNING PLAYERS BOULDER HIGH SCHOOL

33 MOORE

Lettered four years for the Panthers under head coach Steve Disbrow... Was named all-region and all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior... Earned a 15-1 career record with a 1.78 ERA... His 15 wins are the most in a career in Boulder High School history... Only played in seven games as a senior due to injury, but went 3-0 on the mound and hit .647 with 11 RBI.

LHP • 6-0 • 200 • L/L • SR-3L Boulder, Colo. (Boulder HS)

PERSONAL

Jared

Jared Weston Moore was born March 25, 1992, in Boulder, Colo... Son of Fred and the late Molly Moore... Father, Fred, played basketball at Missouri... Has two siblings, David and Caroline... David played baseball at Lamar, while Caroline played soccer at Colorado... Majoring in business administration.

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 5.0 7 6 6 3 7

Opponent (last time) vs. Northern Colorado vs. Wichita State twice (vs. Wichita State) twice (vs. Wichita State) twice (vs. Northern Colorado) vs. Kansas

Date 4/17/12 4/24/12 4/24/12 4/24/12 4/17/12 5/13/12

CAREER HONORS • Academic All-Big 12 Second Team (2013)

2013 [JUNIOR] Held a 4-0 record and a 3.73 ERA (13er, 31.1ip) with 23 strikeouts and 9 walks in 21 appearances ... 21 relief appearances trailed Jake Matthys for the most on the Wildcats ... Posted a 3.18 ERA (4er, 11.1ip) in 7 Big 12 games ... Threw 4.2 shutout innings on April 3 vs. Omaha, his longest outing of the season ... Struck out 3 against Omaha, which he followed up with another 3-strikeout performance in his next outing on April 9 vs. Wichita State ... Did not allow an earned run in eight straight outings from April 3May 5 ... Struck out 2 and allowed 2 hits in 1.1 innings pitched on May 5 at Texas, earning the winning decision in K-State’s 9-3 victory over the Longhorns ... Earned the win and struck out a season-high 4 against Wichita State on May 31 in the Manhattan Regional.

2012 [SOPHOMORE] Saw time in 22 games, including seven midweek starts... Went 2-4 with a 5.21 ERA, allowing 28 earned runs over 48.1 innings with 20 walks and 44 strikeouts... Was better in conference play out of the bullpen when he earned a 1-0 record with a 2.51 ERA, six walks and 19 strikeouts in nine relief appearances... Began the season on a high note at CSU Bakersfield on Feb. 20 when he allowed an unearned run on three hits with four strikeouts in 4.1 innings... Earned his first win of the season when he surrendered a run on three hits with no walks and three strikeouts in a three-inning predetermined pitch count start at Minnesota on March 14... Picked up the win in his next outing at No. 8 Texas A&M on March 16 when he tossed two perfect innings with two strikeouts... Also tossed 1.2 scoreless innings against No. 21 Texas on March 24... Suffered a tough-luck loss at Missouri State on April 11 when he gave up two unearned runs on one hit in three innings... Best start of the year came against Northern Colorado on April 17 when he tossed a career-long five innings, allowing one run on four hits with four strikeouts... Toss three no-hit innings with five strikeouts against Oklahoma State on April 27... Was dominant against Kansas on May 13 when he tossed four no-hit innings with a career-best seven strikeouts... It was the most strikeouts by a reliever in Big 12 play in over two years.

2011 [FRESHMAN] Saw increased action as the season progressed, throwing in 17 games... Held a 1-0 record and a 3.44 ERA, allowing seven earned runs on 17 hits with 10 walks and 15 strikeouts in 18.1 innings... Limited opponents to a .254 batting average... Registered three strikeouts in his first career appearance against Long Island on March 11... Tossed 3.0 scoreless innings with two walks and two strikeouts at No. 5 Texas on March 20... Picked up the win against No. 5 Texas A&M on April 3 when he threw 1.1 scoreless frames.

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MOORE’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

ERA 3.44 5.21 3.73 4.41

W-L 1-0 2-4 4-0 7-4

G-GS 17-0 22-7 21-0 60-7

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 18.1 48.1 31.1 98.0

H 17 55 37 109

R 7 35 14 56

ER 7 28 13 48

BB 10 20 9 39

SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 15 2 1 1 .254 3 1 0 44 15 1 5 .291 4 1 0 23 6 1 4 .306 5 1 0 82 23 3 10 .289 12 3 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV IP H 0 8.1 6 0 14.1 9 0 11.1 13 0 34.0 28

R 1 4 4 9

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg 1 4 6 2 0 0 .200 4 6 19 4 0 2 .188 4 4 8 1 0 3 .310 9 14 33 7 0 5 .233

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

ERA 1.08 2.51 3.18 2.38

W-L 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0

G-GS 8-0 9-0 7-0 24-0

CG 0 0 0 0

WP HBP BK 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0


RETURNING PLAYERS BISHOP GORMAN HIGH SCHOOL

28 SANTIGATE RJ

INF • 6-2 • 220 • L/R • SR-2L Las Vegas, Nev. (Central Arizona College)

A four-year letterwinner for the Gales under head coach Chris Sheff... Led team to three state titles... Had nine RBI in one game, recorded 15 straight hits and reached safely in 17 consecutive plate appearances, each of which were Las Vegas records.

MLB DRAFT Selected out of high school in the 44th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft by the Los Angeles Angels, but did not sign.

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

Highs 6 4 4 2 1 3 2 2

Opponent (last time) at Baylor at The Citadel vs. Oakland five times (at Creighton) vs. Oklahoma State vs. Minnesota at Creighton nine times (vs. Oregon State)

Date 3/29/13 2/16/13 3/3/13 4/30/13 4/28/12 3/20/13 4/30/13 6/9/13

Richard Joseph Santigate was born May 25, 1991, in Staten Island, N.Y... Son of Rich and Ann Santigate... Has three sisters, Erica, Lyndsey and Brittany... Played for the Mat-Su Miners of the Alaska Baseball League during the summer of 2013 ... Majoring in social science.

SANTIGATE’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB 2012 .204 50-30 113 2013 .324 60-60 222 TOTAL .284 110-90 335

R 15 32 47

H 23 72 95

2B 6 4 10

3B 0 2 2

HR 1 0 1

RBI 17 29 46

TB 32 80 112

SLG .283 .360 .334

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 16 1 21 .301 3 6 2-3 8 29 3 33 .409 0 5 11-16 15 45 4 54 .372 3 11 13-19 23

FLD% .922 .916 .918

H 9 22 31

2B 3 2 5

3B 0 1 1

HR 1 0 1

RBI 7 7 14

TB 15 26 41

SLG .333 .371 .357

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 5 1 13 .288 1 3 0-1 4 9 3 10 .415 0 2 1-1 3 14 4 23 .366 1 5 1-2 7

FLD% .907 .927 .917

BIG 12 STATISTICS CAREER HONORS • Academic All-Big 12 First Team (2013) • CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 Team (2013)

Year Avg GP-GS AB 2012 .200 19-14 45 2013 .314 20-20 70 TOTAL .270 39-34 115

R 8 10 18

2013 [JUNIOR] Batted .324 (72-for-222) with 4 doubles, 2 triples and 29 RBI in 60 games ... Walked 29 times and struck out 33 times ... Stole 11 bases in 16 attempts, finishing fourth on the team in stolen bases ... Hit .314 (22-for-70) with a .415 OBP and 7 RBI in 20 Big 12 games ... Fourth on the team with 72 hits, including 17 infield hits ... Collected a career-high 4 hits on February 16 vs. The Citadel ... Went 4-for-5 with a double, 2 RBI and run scored in the Feb. 16 game ... Drove in a career-high 4 runs in game two of a doubleheader against Oakland on March 3 ... Was 3-for-4 with a triple, 4 RBI, 2 runs and a walk in game two on March 3 ... Season-high 10-game hitting streak from March 22-April 5 ... Batted .395 (17for-43) with 7 RBI during the stretch ... 16-game on-base streak from March 15-April 7 ... Reached base safely two or more times in 10 games during the 16-game stretch ... Stole 2 bases – a career-high – on April 30 at Creighton ... Was 2-for-4 with a walk and 2 runs in addition to the 2 stolen bases on April 30.

2012 [SOPHOMORE] Played in 50 games with 30 starts, including the final 15 as the starting third baseman... Hit .204 with six doubles, one homer and 17 RBI, including a .324 mark with five doubles and seven RBI over the final 12 games... Registered a season-high three hits against Nebraska Omaha on May 4... Also had two-hit games on five occasions, including three in the final three weeks of the regular season... Drove in a season-best three runs against Hartford on March 11, while he had two-RBI games at Minnesota on march 14, against Oklahoma State on April 28, Nebraska Omaha on May 4 and against Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Championship on May 24... His two-RBI game against the Cowboys on April 28 featured his first-career home run.

CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE Played one season for the Vaqueros under head John Wente... Helped lead team to a 5413 record and a runner-up finish at the National Junior College National Championship... Earned all-region and all-conference honors... Hit .323 with six doubles, one triple and 36 RBI in 52 games... Also stole 11 bases and scored 41 runs.

LONG BEACH STATE Redshirted the 2010 season for the Dirtbags under head coach Troy Buckley.

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RETURNING PLAYERS

27 SPEER

45 WILLIAMS

OF • 6-3 • 210 • L/L • SO-1L Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan HS)

RHP • 6-2 • 225 • R/R • JR-2L Valley Center, Kan. (Valley Center HS)

Kyle

Nate

CAREER HIGHS

CAREER HIGHS

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

Highs 4 2 2 1 None 2 None 2

Opponent (last time) six times (at Texas Tech) at Kansas vs. Bethune-Cookman 10 times (vs. Nebraska)

Date 5/19/12 4/25/12 3/22/13 3/26/13

twice (Last: at Kansas)

5/10/13

twice (at Texas)

5/5/13

Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

2012 [FRESHMAN] Saw time in 33 games during his freshman campaign, including eight starts... Hit .167 with three doubles and two RBI... Was perfect on all 18 fielding chances, including an outfield assist at the plate against Oklahoma State on April 29... Registered a season-best two hits in a non-conference game at Kansas on April 25... The contest against the Jayhawks featured one of two doubles on the year and his first RBI of the season... Also doubled in a pinch-hit appearance at Minnesota on March 14, while he drove in a run in a 1-for-2 effort against KU on May 13.

Lettered four years for the Indians under head coach Don Hess... A three-time second team all-state player by the state’s coaches, while he earned first team honors as both a junior and senior by Rivals.com... Joined fellow K-State freshman Austin Fisher as the only two sophomores on the coaches’ all-state team in 2009... Also earned first team all-league accolades as a sophomore, junior and senior... Hit .534 with nine doubles, two triples, two home runs and 34 RBI as a senior in 2011, which followed a season in which he hit .465 with seven doubles, four homers and 28 RBI as a junior... Helped guide team to a regional championship as a junior... Earned the Kansas High School Activities Association Citizen of the Year Award in 2011.

PERSONAL Kyle Edward Speer was born October 22, 1992, in Manhattan, Kan... Son of Mark and Pam Speer... Has one sister, Katie... Played for the Junction City Brigade during the summer of 2013 ... Batted .333 (20-for-60) with 3 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs and 18 RBI ... Plans on majoring in nutrition and kinesiology.

SPEER’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS R 6 4 10

H 9 5 14

2013 [SOPHOMORE] Paired with Jake Matthys for a formidable 1-2 punch at the backend of the K-State bullpen ... Despite working as a starter during the first seven weeks of the season, Williams finished second on the team with 5 holds ... As a reliever, Williams was 1-0 with a 1.39 ERA and 24 strikeouts in 32.1 innings ... Finished 6th in the Big 12 with a .221 opponent batting average ... His 67.1 innings pitched were the third-most on K-State ... Surrendered one run in his final 12 appearances ... Allowed one run in six postseason appearances (0.82 ERA) ... Surrendered one hit in 2.2 shutout innings in 2 appearances in the Manhattan Regional ... Gave up two hits and three walks but no runs in 4.0 innings in Super Regional at Oregon State ... Began the season in the rotation, going 3-3 with a 4.11 ERA in 7 starts ... Threw a season-high 7.2 innings in start vs. Oakland on March 2, allowing 2 runs (one earned) on 2 hits and 3 walks while striking out 5 ... Fanned a season-high 7 in start on March 22 vs. Bethune-Cookman ... Did not allow a run in six innings in March 22 start.

2012 [FRESHMAN]

MANHATTAN HIGH SCHOOL

2B 3 2 5

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 2 4 6

TB 12 7 19

SLG .222 .200 .213

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 7 1 12 .274 0 1 0-0 0 6 1 7 .273 2 4 0-0 0 13 2 19 .274 2 5 0-0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000

R H 2B 3 2 1 0 0 0 3 2 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 1 2

TB 3 0 3

SLG .136 .000 .068

BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E 2 1 6 .200 0 1 0-0 0 3 0 5 .115 1 2 0-0 0 5 1 11 .157 1 3 0-0 0

FLD% 1.000 .000 1.000

One of K-State’s most-used relievers that earned a spot on the Big 12 All-Freshman team... Went 1-3 with a 4.50 ERA in 23 relief outings, but tallied six saves, the most ever by a Wildcat freshman... Finished the season fifth in the Big 12 in saves and ninth in K-State history for both a season and a career... Allowed just three of 21 inherited runners to score... Earned his first-career save against Hartford on March 10, tossing 2.2 scoreless innings... Also worked a scoreless ninth inning with two strikeouts against No. 21 Texas to pick up his first Big 12 save... Set a season high with three strikeouts at Missouri on April 21... Worked a career-long three scoreless innings with a strikeout against Nebraska Omaha on May 6... Was brilliant against Kansas on May 15, tossing 2.2 scoreless innings with a season-high tying three strikeouts to earn his first-career win... K-State freshman-record-setting sixth save came at Texas Tech on May 17 when he tossed 0.2 scoreless frames with a strikeout.

VALLEY CENTER HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner for the Hornets under head coach Chad Gerwik... Led team to a regional championship in 2008 and 2010, earning first team all-league, all-metro and allstate honors as a senior... Went 6-0 with a 1.42 ERA and 69 strikeouts in 39.1 innings of work... Also lettered three years in football and basketball.

MLB DRAFT Selected out of high school in the 38th round of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Atlanta Braves, but did not sign.

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS 2012 .091 12-4 2013 .000 12-6 TOTAL .045 24-10 36

AB 22 22 44

Date 3/2/13 2/21/13 3/8/13 3/15/13 3/22/13 3/22/13

•Big 12 All-Freshman Team (2012)

Batted .143 (5-for-35) with 2 doubles, 4 RBI and 4 runs scored in 23 games ... Started 7 games as the designated hitter ... Went 3-for-8 (.375) with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored in series vs. Bethune-Cookman ... Had a pinch-hit, RBI double vs. Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship on May 23 ... Collected one hit in his only at-bat of the Super Regional on June 9 vs. Oregon State.

AB 54 35 89

Opponent (last time) vs. Oakland at Coastal Carolina vs. Cal Poly twice (vs. West Virginia) vs. Bethune-Cookman vs. Bethune-Cookman

CAREER HONORS

2013 [SOPHOMORE]

Year Avg GP-GS 2012 .167 33-8 2013 .143 23-9 TOTAL .157 56-17

Highs 7.2 7 6 5 5 7

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RETURNING PLAYERS PERSONAL Nathan Dean Williams was born July 5, 1992, in Pueblo, Colo... Son of Dwayne and Pamela Williams... Has two siblings, Zach and Meagan.

20 WIVINIS Matt

WILLIAMS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

ERA 4.50 2.81 3.38

W-L 1-3 4-3 5-6

G-GS 23-0 24-7 47-7

CG SHO SV IP H R ER 0 0/0 6 34.0 32 18 17 0 0/1 0 67.1 55 25 21 0 0/1 6 101.1 87 43 38

BB 10 33 43

SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg 22 4 1 5 .264 54 9 2 3 .221 76 13 3 8 .235

WP HBP BK 1 5 0 6 5 1 7 10 1

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg 11 9 11 0 1 2 .327 11 12 21 3 1 2 .286 22 21 32 3 2 4 .303

WP HBP BK 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 1

RHP • 5-11 • 190 • R/R • JR-2L Downers Grove, Ill. (South HS)

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

ERA 7.07 5.03 5.88

W-L 1-3 1-1 2-4

G-GS 11-0 9-2 20-2

CG SHO SV IP H R 0 0/0 3 14.0 18 12 0 0/0 0 19.2 22 11 0 0/0 3 33.2 40 23

31 WITCIG Jordan

CAREER HIGHS Highs 3.2 3 3 3 2 3

Opponent (last time) vs. Oklahoma twice (vs. Oregon State) vs. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma twice (vs. Oklahoma) at Kansas

Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 9.0 9 6 6 4 7

Opponent (last time) vs. Cal Poly at Baylor twice (at Kansas) at Kansas twice (at Oklahoma State) twice (vs. George Mason)

Date 3/9/13 3/30/13 5/11/13 5/11/13 4/20/13 2/17/13

2013 [SOPHOMORE]

RHP • 6-4 • 190 • R/R • SO-1L Kansas City, Mo. (Staley HS)

Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

CAREER HIGHS

Date 5/25/13 6/9/13 5/25/13 5/25/13 5/25/13 5/11/13

2013 [FRESHMAN] Had a 3.68 ERA (6er, 14.2ip) with 9 strikeouts and 7 walks in 9 games (one start) ... In 4 relief appearances during Big 12 games, he allowed one run in 5.0 innings (1.80 ERA) ... Big 12 opponents batted .111 against ... First appearance of the season was on March 19 vs. Minnesota ... Struck out 3 in 2.0 shutout innings on May 11 at Kansas ... Allowed 3 runs on 3 hits and 2 walks while striking out 2 in lone start of the season in Big 12 Championship Game vs. Oklahoma on May 25.

Made 21 appearances (14 starts), throwing the second-most innings on the K-State pitching staff (76.1 IP) ... Struck out 50, which were third-most on the Wildcats ... First 14 appearances of the season were starts ... Went 6-2 with a 5.00 ERA, 46 strikeouts and 17 walks in 68.1 innings as a starter ... In 7 relief appearances – all after his May 11 start at Kansas – he posted a 1.75 ERA (2er, 8.0ip) ... Did not allow a run in 2 relief appearances in Super Regional at Oregon State ... Struck out a season-high 7 in his first start of the season on February 17 vs. George Mason ... Tossed a complete game on March 9 vs. Cal Poly, allowing 4 runs on 7 hits in K-State’s 10-4 win.

2012 [FRESHMAN] Was called upon 21 times as a freshman, including three starts, earning a 1-3 record and two saves with a 5.95 ERA... Allowed just one run with three strikeouts in 2.2 innings at San Diego State on Feb. 25 before tossing two no-hit innings against Pacific on March 3... Earned the win in a predetermined pitch-count start against Hartford on March 11 when he allowed two runs on three hits with six strikeouts in 4.1 innings... Was dominant against No. 21 Texas on March 25 when he pitched three scoreless frames... Picked up his first save against Sacred Heart on April 6 when he threw 3.2 scoreless innings with a careerbest seven strikeouts... Earned a tough-luck loss against No. 5 Baylor on April 15 when he allowed just one run with no walks and three strikeouts in three innings of work... Pitched four scoreless innings against Wichita State on April 24.

DOWNERS GROVE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL STALEY HIGH SCHOOL Lettered two years for the Falcons under head coach Dave Wilson... Earned all-conference and all-state accolades as a senior... Led team to a conference championship as a junior in 2011... Selected to play in the Hits 4 Education Foundation All-Star Game... Also lettered two years in football.

PERSONAL Jordan Tyler Witcig was born June 29, 1993, in Kansas City, Mo... Son of John and Wendy Witcig... Has two brothers, Josh and Jonah ... Played for the Junction City Brigade during the summer of 2013, going 1-0 with one save and a 2.45 ERA in 11.0 innings.

WITCIG’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV IP H 3.68 0-0 9-1 0 0/0 0 14.2 10 3.68 0-0 9-1 0 0/0 0 14.2 10

R 6 6

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 6 7 9 3 0 1 .196 3 3 0 6 7 9 3 0 1 .196 3 3 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2013 TOTAL

ERA W-L G-GS CG SHO SV 1.80 0-0 4-0 0 0/0 0 1.80 0-0 4-0 0 0/0 0

IP 5.0 5.0

H 2 2

R 1 1

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 1 1 5 0 0 1 .111 1 1 0 1 1 5 0 0 1 .111 1 1 0

Lettered two years for the Mustangs under head coach Darren Orel... Went 5-5 with a 3.13 ERA as a senior and recorded 48 strikeouts in 47.0 innings, earning honorable mention all-state accolades... Also hit .454 with five home runs and 36 RBI... Led team to a regional championship as a senior and a conference championship as a junior.

PERSONAL Matthew Thomas Wivinis was born July 24, 1993, in Hinsdale, Ill... Son of Thomas and Lisa Wivinis... Has one brother, Tyler, who played baseball at College of DuPage.

WIVINIS’ CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

ERA 5.95 4.72 5.14

W-L 1-3 6-2 7-5

G-GS 21-3 21-14 42-17

CG SHO SV IP H R ER 0 0/0 2 39.1 49 27 26 2 0/0 0 76.1 77 47 40 2 0/0 2 115.2 126 74 66

BB 12 22 34

SO 38 50 88

2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK 10 1 4 .308 7 4 0 16 4 2 .268 3 8 0 26 5 6 .283 10 12 0

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

ERA 9.00 5.23 6.31

W-L 0-2 3-2 3-4

G-GS 9-1 9-7 18-8

CG SHO SV IP H R 0 0/0 0 13.0 22 14 0 0/0 0 32.2 41 25 0 0/0 0 45.2 63 39

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg 13 5 12 5 1 3 .373 19 13 21 9 1 2 .320 32 18 33 14 2 5 .337

WP HBP BK 2 2 0 2 4 0 4 6 0

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RETURNING PLAYERS/CAREER PITCHING LINES

LANDON BUSCH’S CAREER PITCHING LINES

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Jake

WODTKE

INF • 5-9 • 170 • R/R • SO-1L Shawnee, Kan. (St. James Academy)

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

Highs 2 None None None None 1 None 1

Opponent (last time) vs. Texas Tech

Date 4/6/13

OPPONENT GS The Citadel Kentucky Oakland-2 NIAGARA NORTHERN COLO. BETHUNE-COOKMAN NEBRASKA Baylor TEXAS TECH Oklahoma State Nebraska OKLAHOMA vs. Baylor WICHITA STATE Oregon State 15 appearances

IP 1.1 0.1 1.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.1 2.0 1.1 2.0 2.0 17.2

H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 2 3 3 13

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 2 4 1 13

ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 2 1 9

BB 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 11

K 2 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11

NP 11 13 11 15 30 33 6 11 2 16 16 17 35 35 32

DEC. 0-0

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

R 3 0 0 1 1 0 2 5 2 4 2 0 1 6 0 4 3 34

ER 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 2 4 2 0 1 0 0 4 3 26

BB 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 5 0 1 3 0 2 4 23

K 2 2 2 1 2 5 1 2 4 1 3 3 0 0 2 1 2 33

NP 47 24 14 26 37 96 75 84 74 55 91 25 13 50 49 41 57

DEC. W W L W W W L 5-2

1-3 6-3 16-3 6-7 4-5 2-1 8-6 8-12 13-2 10-6 4-3 7-5 1-15 5-13 2-7 6-9 9-5

R 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 17

ER 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 14

BB 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9

K 3 1 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 1 5 44

NP 22 16 8 9 29 18 24 10 36 16 8 14 9 17 29 27 9 58 24 11 15 15 47 26 50 16 19 40 20 41 28 26 21 75

DEC. W 7-6 7-5 3-4 13-3 10-13 W 6-5 S 4-3 W 4-3 10-8 S 3-2 6-7 9-1 W 6-5 12-2 W 7-6 5-3 S 4-1 W 3-2 6-1 S 2-1 2-5 6-3 W 3-2 9-3 S 4-3 7-3 W 6-5 S 5-2 S 4-3 L 6-7 S 7-1 S 4-3 W 6-2 L 3-4 9-2, 9 SV

SHANE CONLON’S CAREER PITCHING LINES vs. Oakland

3/3/13

three times (vs. Texas Tech)

4/6/13

2013 [FRESHMAN] Played in 10 games, going 0-for-7 with a walk and 3 strikeouts ... Made his collegiate debut in game one of a doubleheader against Oakland on March 3, going 0-for-1 with a strikeout ... He entered the game as a pinch-hitter but remained in to play second base ... Was a defensive replacement in Regional game against Wichita State on May 31 ... Was 0-for-1 and had a putout on June 9 against Oregon State in the Super Regional.

ST. JAMES ACADEMY Lettered four years for the Thunder under head coach Brian Bucklin... Hit .328 with a .477 on-base percentage as a senior, leading his team to a state championship... Was a second team all-state shortstop and was selected to play in the 2012 Kansas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game... Hit .467 with a .578 on-base percentage as a junior, leading his team to another state championship... Was named the 2011 Kansas 4A Player of the year and was a first team all-state shortstop.

PERSONAL Jacob Joseph Wodtke was born July 31, 1993, in Kansas City, Kan... Son of John and Sheila Wodtke... Has one sister, Alex... A life sciences major who plans on going into pharmacy.

WODTKE’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .000 10-0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 3 .125 0 0 0-0 0 1.000 TOTAL .000 10-0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 3 .125 0 0 0-0 0 1.000

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OBP SF SH SB-A E FLD% 2013 .000 1-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0-0 0 .000 TOTAL .000 1-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0-0 0 .00

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DATE 2/16/13 2/21/13 3/3/13 3/6/13 3/12/13 3/22/13 3/26/13 3/29/13 4/6/13 4/19/13 4/24/13 5/19/13 5/24/13 5/31/13 6/9/13 TOTAL

DATE 2/28/11 3/26/11 3/30/11 4/12/11 4/18/11 4/21/11 5/3/11 5/8/11 5/15/11 5/22/11 5/27/11 2/18/12 2/24/12 2/26/12 3/2/12 3/6/12 3/13/12 TOTAL

OPPONENT GS Western Kentucky Baylor NORTHERN COLORADO Creighton Nebraska TEXAS TECH * CSU BAKERSFIELD * MISSOURI * NEW ORLEANS * Kansas * Oklahoma * CSU Bakersfield San Diego Oregon State PACIFIC Nebraska * Minnesota * 17 appearances 8 GS

IP 2.0 2.1 1.0 1.1 2.0 6.2 3.2 4.2 5.0 3.0 5.0 1.2 0.1 2.0 3.0 2.0 2.1 48.0

H 3 0 0 0 3 4 6 6 6 5 4 0 0 5 3 1 4 50

JAKE MATTHYS’ CAREER PITCHING LINES DATE 2/17/13 2/21/13 2/24/13 3/3/13 3/8/13 3/15/13 3/16/13 3/20/13 3/26/13 3/28/13 3/30/13 4/2/13 4/5/13 4/7/13 4/9/13 4/14/13 4/16/13 4/21/13 4/26/13 4/27/13 4/28/13 4/30/13 5/3/13 5/5/13 5/10/13 5/12/13 5/17/13 5/18/13 5/23/13 5/25/13 6/1/13 6/2/13 6/8/13 6/10/13 TOTALS

OPPONENT GS George Mason Kentucky Elon OAKLAND-2 CAL POLY-1 WEST VIRGINIA-2 WEST VIRGINIA MINNESOTA NEBRASKA Baylor Baylor NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH TEXAS TECH WICHITA STATE Iowa Wichita State Oklahoma State TCU TCU TCU Creighton Texas Texas Kansas Kansas OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA Texas Tech Oklahoma BRYANT ARKANSAS Oregon State Oregon State * 34 appearances 1

IP 2.1 1.2 0.1 0.2 2.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.1 1.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 4.1 2.0 1.0 1.2 1.0 3.0 1.0 3.0 1.1 1.1 2.2 2.0 4.0 2.1 2.0 2.0 4.1 61.1

H 2 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 3 4 0 1 3 0 5 0 2 2 3 46


CAREER PITCHING LINES

LEVI MAVORHIS’ CAREER PITCHING LINES DATE 2/16/13 2/21/13 3/3/13 3/6/13 3/13/13 3/15/13 3/20/13 3/26/13 3/28/13 3/30/13 4/2/13 4/5/13 4/7/13 4/9/13 4/12/13 4/20/13 4/26/13 5/3/13 5/10/13 5/17/13 5/24/13 5/31/13 6/9/13 TOTAL

OPPONENT GS The Citadel vs. Kentucky OAKLAND-1 NIAGARA NORTHERN COLO. WEST VIRGINIA-2 MINNESOTA NEBRASKA Baylor Baylor NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH TEXAS TECH WICHITA STATE Iowa Oklahoma State TCU * Texas * Kansas * OKLAHOMA * vs. Baylor * WICHITA STATE * Oregon State 23 appearances 6 GS

IP 2.2 2.0 2.1 1.0 1.0 0.1 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 4.0 0.2 1.0 0.2 2.0 5.1 5.0 5.1 5.1 2.2 2.0 1.1 54.2

H 6 2 2 0 2 1 1 2 2 3 1 3 0 2 4 3 8 5 6 8 4 4 7 76

R 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 2 1 4 5 4 5 35

JARED MOORE’S CAREER PITCHING LINES ER 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 4 2 4 5 29

BB 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 0 13

K 1 1 2 1 1 0 3 3 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 30

NP 53 30 30 9 13 2 27 29 40 32 13 44 4 28 17 21 76 66 84 74 66 51 40

DEC. W W W W W 5-0

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

ER 0 0 1 2 2 3 2 0 1 3 2 3 1 2 3 3 4 32

BB 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 17

K 0 0 3 4 4 1 3 2 2 5 3 2 0 1 3 2 0 35

NP 14 9 66 85 63 22 66 30 75 77 70 52 80 61 88 43 23

DEC. W L W W W L W W L 6-3

8-10 13-3 10-1 0-3 4-3 10-8 8-10 9-1 12-2 5-3 3-2 2-5 9-3 7-3 4-3 4-3 4-12

BLAKE MCFADDEN’S CAREER PITCHING LINES DATE 2/16/13 3/3/13 3/6/13 3/13/13 3/20/13 3/26/13 3/29/13 4/2/13 4/7/13 4/14/13 4/21/13 4/28/13 5/5/13 5/12/13 5/23/13 6/2/13 6/9/13 TOTAL

OPPONENT GS The Citadel OAKLAND-2 NIAGARA * NORTHERN COLO. * MINNESOTA * NEBRASKA Baylor NEBRASKA * TEXAS TECH * Iowa * Oklahoma State * TCU * Texas * Kansas * vs. Texas Tech * ARKANSAS * Oregon State * 17 appearances 13 GS

IP 1.0 1.0 5.0 4.1 4.0 0.2 4.0 3.0 5.0 6.0 4.2 2.1 4.1 5.0 5.1 1.2 0.2 58.0

H 1 0 3 8 4 2 5 1 5 4 4 4 5 3 5 5 4 63

R 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 0 1 3 2 3 1 2 3 3 4 33

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

OPPONENT GS LONG ISLAND NEBRASKA Texas Baylor NORTHERN COLORADO TEXAS A&M TEXAS A&M OKLAHOMA Creighton Nebraska CSU Bakersfield CSU BAKERSFIELD MISSOURI NEW ORLEANS Wichita State Kansas Texas A&M CSU Bakersfield Oregon State * Nebraska HARTFORD Minnesota * Texas A&M Texas A&M TEXAS TEXAS NEBRASKA * Missouri State * BAYLOR N. COLORADO * Missouri WICHITA STATE * OKLAHOMA STATE Wichita State * NEBRASKA OMAHA KANSAS Texas Tech Baylor Baylor vs. High Point Coastal Carolina OAKLAND NIAGARA CAL POLY-2 MINNESOTA NEBRASKA Baylor OMAHA WICHITA STATE Iowa Oklahoma State TCU Creighton Texas Texas Kansas OKLAHOMA vs. Baylor vs. Oklahoma WICHITA STATE 60 appearances 7 GS

IP 2.0 1.1 3.0 0.2 1.0 2.0 1.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 2.2 0.1 0.0 1.0 0.1 0.2 0.2 4.1 2.0 2.1 1.2 3.0 2.0 1.1 1.2 0.1 2.2 3.0 0.2 5.0 0.1 2.0 3.0 2.2 1.1 4.0 1.0 1.0 3.0 1.0 1.2 0.1 1.0 1.1 0.2 0.1 2.2 4.2 2.0 3.1 0.1 2.2 0.2 1.0 1.1 0.2 2.2 0.1 0.1 2.1 98.0

H 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 6 5 1 3 0 3 1 2 3 1 0 4 1 7 0 6 1 2 0 4 2 1 1 0 1 5 3 0 2 2 2 3 1 4 0 1 2 1 2 1 1 4 109

R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 6 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 56

ER 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 48

BB 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 2 1 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 39

K 3 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 1 4 2 3 2 0 1 1 2 1 2 4 1 0 5 1 1 7 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 4 82

NP 43 18 53 13 8 23 15 7 20 9 51 4 5 14 6 20 16 56 47 40 32 47 27 25 20 7 44 49 24 96 11 54 35 62 18 54 19 32 48 7 29 2 9 33 16 4 29 48 36 52 14 30 6 11 28 9 39 12 14 33 -

DEC. W L W W L L L W W W W 7-4

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

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CAREER PITCHING LINES NATE WILLIAMS’ CAREER PITCHING LINES DATE 2/19/12 2/23/12 2/26/12 3/4/12 3/6/12 3/10/12 3/14/12 3/16/12 3/23/12 3/24/12 3/31/12 4/1/12 4/5/12 4/14/12 4/15/12 4/18/12 4/21/12 4/24/12 4/29/12 5/6/12 5/13/12 5/17/12 5/25/12 2/15/13 2/21/13 3/2/13 3/8/13 3/15/13 3/22/13 3/29/13 4/2/13 4/7/13 4/13/13 4/19/13 4/24/13 4/27/13 4/28/13 4/30/13 5/5/13 5/11/13 5/17/13 5/23/13 5/25/13 6/1/13 6/2/13 6/8/13 6/10/13 TOTAL

OPPONENT GS CSU Bakersfield San Diego State Oregon State PACIFIC Nebraska HARTFORD-2 Minnesota Texas A&M TEXAS TEXAS Oklahoma Oklahoma SACRED HEART BAYLOR BAYLOR NORTHERN COLORADO Missouri WICHITA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE NEBRASKA OMAHA KANSAS Texas Tech Baylor vs. High Point * Coastal Carolina * OAKLAND * CAL POLY-1 * WEST VIRGINIA-1 * BETHUNE-COOK. * Baylor * NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH Iowa Oklahoma State Nebraska TCU TCU Creighton Texas Kansas OKLAHOMA vs. Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma BRYANT ARKANSAS Oregon State Oregon State 47 appearances 7 GS

IP 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.2 1.0 2.2 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.0 1.0 3.0 2.2 0.2 2.2 6.0 6.1 7.2 4.1 4.1 6.0 0.1 3.0 1.1 1.0 3.2 2.0 2.0 1.1 0.1 1.1 3.0 2.1 1.2 2.2 1.2 1.0 3.0 1.0 101.1

H 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 5 0 3 1 0 2 1 2 1 5 2 1 0 5 5 7 2 6 6 2 2 1 3 1 5 3 2 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 87

R 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 2 2 6 5 0 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 43

MATT WIVINIS’ CAREER PITCHING LINES ER 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 5 5 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 38

BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 3 2 4 5 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 43

K 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 3 1 1 6 3 5 4 5 7 0 2 2 0 4 1 3 3 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 76

NP 12 27 15 8 11 39 22 14 17 36 14 14 12 10 19 11 39 16 18 26 47 13 54 86 89 99 78 89 98 24 43 28 5 61 33 33 25 6 29 32 24 26 45 36 19 36 25

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

ER 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 6

BB 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 7

K 0 1 2 0 3 1 2 0 0 9

NP 31 15 14 13 36 17 58 20 32

DEC. 0-0

JORDAN WITCIG’S CAREER PITCHING LINES DATE 3/19/13 4/19/13 4/30/13 5/4/13 5/11/13 5/19/13 5/25/13 5/31/13 6/9/13 TOTAL

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OPPONENT GS MINNESOTA Oklahoma State Creighton Texas Kansas OKLAHOMA vs. Oklahoma * WICHITA STATE at Oregon State 9 appearances 1 GS

IP 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 3.2 1.2 1.1 14.2

H 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 3 10

R 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 6

3-8 2-9 6-3 3-6 9-6 3-7 6-7 20-11 4-12

DATE 2/20/12 2/25/12 3/3/12 3/6/12 3/11/12 3/16/12 3/25/12 3/27/12 4/1/12 4/6/12 4/14/12 4/15/12 4/18/12 4/21/12 4/24/12 4/28/12 5/4/12 5/12/12 5/19/12 5/24/12 5/25/12 2/17/13 2/24/13 3/3/13 3/9/13 3/16/13 3/23/13 3/30/13 4/6/13 4/13/13 4/20/13 4/27/13 4/30/13 5/4/13 5/11/13 5/18/13 5/19/13 5/24/13 5/25/13 5/31/13 6/9/13 6/10/13 TOTAL

OPPONENT GS CSU Bakersfield San Diego State PACIFIC Nebraska HARTFORD * Texas A&M TEXAS Nebraska * Oklahoma SACRED HEART BAYLOR BAYLOR NORTHERN COLORADO Missouri WICHITA STATE OKLAHOMA STATE NEBRASKA OMAHA KANSAS Texas Tech * Oklahoma State Baylor vs. George Mason * vs. Elon * OAKLAND-2 * CAL POLY * WEST VIRGINIA * BETHUNE-COOK. * Baylor * TEXAS TECH * Iowa * Oklahoma State * TCU * Creighton * Texas * Kansas * OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA vs. Baylor vs. Oklahoma WICHITA STATE Oregon State Oregon State 42 appearances 17 GS

IP 1.2 2.2 2.0 0.2 4.1 0.2 3.0 3.0 1.1 3.2 0.0 3.0 1.0 0.1 4.0 0.2 1.2 2.1 1.2 1.0 0.2 4.0 6.0 5.1 9.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.2 3.0 3.0 2.2 2.2 0.1 1.1 3.0 0.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 115.2

H 3 4 0 4 3 1 3 5 1 3 3 4 0 0 2 2 2 3 5 0 1 8 3 5 7 7 6 9 6 4 4 3 2 3 7 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 126

R 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 5 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 5 0 0 6 1 3 4 3 3 4 1 4 5 1 0 4 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 74

ER 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 5 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 5 0 0 5 1 3 4 3 3 4 0 4 3 1 0 1 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 66

BB 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 1 4 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 34

K 0 3 2 1 6 1 1 1 3 7 0 3 2 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 7 3 4 5 5 5 2 4 1 3 3 1 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 88

NP 23 58 23 19 70 20 44 54 33 48 8 51 13 8 44 19 39 43 45 15 16 68 70 88 91 113 105 83 96 66 82 51 41 42 45 19 21 29 9 12 12 22

DEC. 1-8 15-7 12-1 6-9 W 13-2 15-12 5-8 L 3-6 3-4 S 6-1 12-14 L 11-12 7-5 3-4 7-9 3-13 S 9-4 0-6 L 2-8 11-5 2-11 7-6 3-4 W 13-3 W 10-4 W 4-3 W 6-3 L 6-7 W 15-2 11-4 6-7 W 2-1 6-3 L 3-6 9-6 5-2 3-7 13-9 6-7 20-11 4-12 3-4 7-5, 2 SV


NEWCOMERS

26 ANDERSON

16 BROWN

INF/OF • 6-1 • 190 • S/R • SO-JC Aurora, Colo. (Cuesta College)

OF • 6-5 • 200 • R/R • JR-JC North Bend, Wash. (Bellevue College)

Taylor

Max

CUESTA COLLEGE

BELLEVUE COLLEGE

Did not play due to medical redshirt.

Played in 41 games for the Bears during his freshman season in 2012 ... Batted .271 (26for-96) with 6 doubles, 1 triple and 13 RBI ... Had a .346 OBP and .354 SLG ... Had 2 hits, including a double, and an RBI against K-State in Manhattan on April 17 and 18.

In 2013, he was named Pacific Association Division All-American Second Team, as selected by the American Baseball Coaches' Association ... Also selected to the All-NWAACC First Team ... Had second-best batting average on the team in 2013 ... Hit .378 (68-for-180) with 12 doubles, 5 triples, 4 home runs, 31 RBI and 17 stolen bases in sophomore season ... Team finished third in the 2013 NWAACC Championship ... Hit .339 in freshman campaign, earning First Team All-Northern Region honors.

LINCOLN SOUTHWEST

MOUNT SI HIGH SCHOOL

Attended Lincoln Southwest High School in Lincoln, Neb. ... Lettered four years in baseball, playing for head coach Doug Kaltenberger ... Named All-State during senior year after helping lead team to district championship and third-place finish in the state ... Hit .339 and had 10 home runs in senior campaign ... Also lettered in basketball for two years.

Attended Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, Wash. ... Was a member of state championship-winning team in 2011, playing under head coach Elliot Cribby ... Lettered four years in baseball ... Named 2011 KingCo 3A Player of the Year and All-KingCo 3A First Team ... Also selected to the All-State team in 2011 ... Slapped a hard hit ball, bobbled by the Shorewood third baseman and allowed the game-winning run to score and give Mount Si the 3A Washington State Championship in 2011.

NORTHERN COLORADO

PERSONAL Taylor Ryne Anderson was born on August 4, 1992 in Greeley, Colo. ... Parents are Mike and Kim Anderson ... Has three sisters, Kaleigh, Maddie and Andie ... Father, Mike, is currently the hitting coach at Oklahoma and is the former head coach at Nebraska (200311), taking the Cornhuskers to the 2005 College World Series ... Mike Anderson was also named the 2003 and 2005 Big 12 Coach of the Year ... Father played at Northern Colorado and in the California Angels organization from 1986-88 ... Volunteered for Habitat for Humanity ... Major is social sciences.

PERSONAL Max Houston Brown was born on April 30, 1993 in Seattle, Wash. ... Parents are Grant Brown and Robin Sims ... Has an older brother, Chris ... Credits his parents as his biggest influences ... Was active in community service in high school ... Played for New Zealand in a World Baseball Classic qualifier during the fall of 2012 ... Father was born in New Zealand ... Went 2-for-5 with a run scored in New Zealand’s 10-6 win against the Philippines ... Major is social sciences.

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NEWCOMERS

19

30 FLOYD

Brooks DEBORD

Jordan

OF/C • 5-9 • 190 • R/R • SO-JC Manhattan, Kan. (Hutchinson CC)

LHP • 6-2 • 230 • L/L • FR-HS Tecumseh, Kan. (Shawnee Heights HS)

HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

SHAWNEE HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL

Was an outfielder for Hutchinson Community College (KS) under head coach Ryan Schmidt ... He batted .186 (22-for-118) with 13 RBI, 20 runs and 3 stolen bases in 45 games with the Blue Dragons ... Had a .409 OBP as he drew 26 walks and struck out just 27 times in 173 plate appearances ... Hit by a pitch 19 times.

Attended Shawnee Heights in Tecumseh, Kan. ... Played baseball under head coach Ryan Schmidt ... Named the 2013 Class 5A Kansas co-Pitcher of the Year ... Also named Topeka Capital-Journal All-City Player of the Year and All-Centennial League First Team in his senior year ... Selected to MaxPreps Medium Schools All-American Team in 2013 ... Helped the baseball team compile a perfect 25-0 record and win the state championship in 2011 ... In his senior year in 2013, the Thunderbirds were 20-5 and finished third in the state ... Was an offensive and defensive lineman in football from 2010-13, earning honorable mention honors for the All-Centennial League team in 2013 ... Also played basketball from 2010-12.

MANHATTAN HIGH SCHOOL Attended Manhattan High School in Manhattan, Kan. ... Three-year letterman in baseball and two-year letterman in football for the Indians ... Played for head coach Don Hess in baseball ... Helped Manhattan capture the Centennial League championship in his junior and senior years ... Team finished with a 21-4 record during his senior year in 2012, was regional champions and finished fourth in the Kansas 6A state tournament ... Named AllCentennial First Team and All-State First Team in his senior year ... Selected to the AllCentennial Second Team and All-State Honorable Mention in 2011 ... Was named All-Centennial League as a linebacker in 2011, his last season playing football.

MLB DRAFT Selected by New York (AL) in the 25th round (764th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign.

PERSONAL PERSONAL Brooks Williams DeBord was born on April 23, 1994 in Manhattan, Kan. ... Parents are Blake and Brenda DeBord ... Both parents are graduates of Kansas State ... Brother, Blair, is a catcher for K-State in 2014 ... Credits his father as being his biggest influence in his life ... Was an honors student all four years of high school as he compiled over a 3.5 GPA ... Completed over 100 community service hours in high school, earning him the Distinguished Service award ... Major is business.

Born on February 23, 1995 in Topeka, Kan. ... Parents are Tom and Diana Floyd ... Has one sister, Taylor, who he credits as being his biggest influence on his life ... Major is athletic training ... Aspires to be an athletic trainer for a college when his baseball career is complete ... Enjoys hunting and fishing.

22 FROMSON Jake

4

Tanner DEVINNY

RHP • 5-10 • 175 • R/R • FR-HS Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit HS)

C • 5-9 • 200 • S/R • FR-HS Lucas, Texas (Lovejoy HS) LEE’S SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL LOVEJOY HIGH SCHOOL Attended Lovejoy High School in Lucas, Texas ... Lettered four years in baseball, playing for head coach Russell Reichenbach ... In 2013, he was selected to the Class 4A Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association (THSBCA) All-State First Team and Texas Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State Second Team ... Also selected as a THSBCA All-Star in 2013 after batting .489 with 11 home runs and 47 RBI during his senior season.

PERSONAL Born on September 13, 1994 in Plano, Texas ... Parents are Monte and Tammy DeVinny … Has an older sister Kaitlin and younger brother Tucker ... Was a volunteer with Special Olympics in high school ... Played for the Junction City Brigade alongside K-State teammates Landon Busch, Kyle Speer and Jordan Witcig during the summer of 2013 … Hit .288 (17for-59) with five doubles, a home run and 16 RBI with the Brigade ... Major is business.

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Lettered three years in baseball, playing under the direction of head coach Jim Mellody ... Batted .300 in his senior season while also pitching 18.0 innings and posting a 3.00 ERA ... Pitched for Building Champions Gold summer team in the Ban Johnson League during 2012, posting a 2.14 ERA ... The honor roll student also played football (one season) and basketball (two seasons).

PERSONAL Jacob Stephen Fromson was born on January 22, 1995 in Kansas City, Mo. ... Parents are Doug and Pam Fromson ... Has one older brother, Tyler ... Undecided on major.


NEWCOMERS

17 HALE

44 ROBLEZ

OF • 5-9 • 180 • L/R • JR-JC Las Vegas, Nev. (Cochise College)

RHP • 6-3 • 210 • R/R • FR-HS Roeland Park, Kan. (Bishop Ward HS)

Nate

Jon

COCHISE COLLEGE

LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

Attended Cochise College (Ariz.), playing baseball for Mike Inglehart ... Named All-ACCAC First Team and All-Region Division I First Team in 2013 ... In 2013, batted .367 (87-for237) with 9 doubles, 3 triples and 35 RBI in 69 games ... Scored 76 runs, drew 64 walks and posted a .511 OBP during his sophomore campaign ... Helped Apaches win the NJCAA Western District Championship and finish third in the 2013 JUCO World Series.

Attended Bishop Ward High School in Kansas City, Kan. ... Lettered all four years, playing under head coach Dennis Hurla ... Named Kaw Valley All-League First Team in his senior year as a pitcher ... Appeared in six games (four starts) in 2013, striking out 33 and walking nine in 24.1 innings while posting a 1.73 ERA and holding opponents to a .211 average against ... Threw two no-hitters in his career, including his last one on April 27, 2012 against Turner High School ... In his freshman year, he was the winning pitcher in the 2010 Kansas 4A state tournament semifinals ... The 2010 team went on to win the state championship ... Was 13-10 with a 4.32 ERA and 109 strikeouts in 123 innings in his career ... Also batted .318 with 55 hits, 20 doubles, eight home runs and 45 RBI in his career ... Played football in 2010 and 2011 and basketball in 2012 ... Maintained over a 3.0 GPA.

CIMARRON-MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years in baseball under head coach Mike Hubel at Cimarron-Memorial (Las Vegas, Nev.) ... Named Sunset Region Northwest Division Player of the Year, All-Nevada Class 4A First Team, All-Sunset Region First Team and All-Southern Nevada First Team after his senior season in which he hit .552 with 58 hits, 27 RBI, 51 runs and a .618 OBP in 31 games ... In 2010, he was named All-Conference Northwest Division First Team and All-Sunset Region Second Team.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL Jon Patrick Roblez was born on July 13, 1994 in Roeland Park, Kan. ... Parents are Terry and Nicole Roblez ... Two siblings, Terry and Kristina ... Undecided on major ... Enjoys traveling.

Nathan Eric Hale was born on September 23, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Parents are Eric and Kathy Hale ... One sibling, Mia ... Major is criminology.

32 STOVER Tyler

36 LANDON Ethan

INF • 6-3 • 210 • R/R • FR-HS Vacaville, Calif. (Vacaville HS)

RHP • 6-4 • 200 • R/R • FR-HS Sioux Falls, S.D (Lincoln HS) VACAVILLE HIGH SCHOOL LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL Attended Lincoln Southwest High School in Sioux Falls, S.D. ... Four-year letterwinner in baseball, playing under the direction of Wesley Robertson ... First Team all-region and allstate as a sophomore and junior ... Went 5-1 with a 0.88 ERA and 43 strikeouts against 11 walks in his junior year in 2012 ... Was named all-state and all-region in his sophomore year as a first baseman after batting .425 (17-for-40) with a .531 OBP and 6 RBI ... Also went 5-2 with a 3.20 ERA in his sophomore season in 2011 ... Helped lead the team to state runner-up in 2011 ... Set the school record for career wins.

PERSONAL Ethan Robert Landon was born on June 28, 1995 in Sioux Falls, S.D. ... Parents are Steve and Dianne Landon ... Has three siblings: Logan, Megan and Madison ... Older brother, Logan, plays baseball at the University of Texas-Pan American ... Majoring in business.

Lettered three years in baseball at Vacaville High School in Vacaville, Calif. under the direction of Abe Hobbs ... Named co-Player of the Year in the Monticello Empire League (MEL) in his senior year after hitting .370 with 30 hits, 7 doubles, 4 home runs and 30 RBI ... Also named All-Metro Team and All-MEL First Team in 2013 ... Helped his team win the MEL championship in his senior season ... Played for the Rockies and Red Sox Scout Teams in the MLB Scout All-Star Game in 2012 and 2013 ... Also lettered in basketball during his junior year.

MLB DRAFT Selected by Colorado in the 40th round (1,189th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign.

PERSONAL Tyler Austin Stover was born on July 11, 1995 in Vacaville, Calif. ... Parents are Scott and Michelle Stover ... Has two twin sisters, Macey and Malia ... Father, Scott, is the head baseball coach at Solano College (JC) in California ... Undecided on major.

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NEWCOMERS

34 WHALEY

6

Jake

RHP • 6-4 • 230 • R/R • JR-JC Marshalltown, Iowa (Marshalltown CC)

Carter

YAGI

INF • 5-9 • 165 • L/R • JR-JC Salt Lake City, Utah (College of Southern Idaho)

MARSHALLTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO

Pitched two seasons for Marshalltown Community College, under the direction of head coach Rich Grife ... Pitched in 12 games for the Tigers, finishing with a 3-5 record and 5.83 ERA in 54 innings in his freshman year ... Threw a seven-inning no-hitter on May 6, 2012 vs. Muscatine, striking out nine and walking one ... Appeared in 10 games (3 starts) in 2013, striking out 59 and walking 27 in 44.2 innings ... Was 3-4 with a 8.46 ERA in his sophomore campaign.

Attended College of Southern Idaho, posting a .356 (142-for-399) batting average with 23 doubles and 38 stolen bases in 116 career games with the Golden Eagles ... In his sophomore season, he was named All-Region 18 First Team shortstop after he hit a team-best .393 (75-for-191) with 10 doubles, 6 triples, 2 home runs and 34 RBI in 58 games ... His 75 hits, 48 runs scored and 6 triples led the team as well ... Also had a .478 OBP and 18 stolen bases ... In freshman season, he was named to the Region 18 Second Team after batting .322 (67-for-208) with 13 doubles, 2 triples, 35 RBI, 20 stolen bases and 52 runs scored in 58 games.

MARSHALLTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years in baseball under head coach Steve Hanson ... K-State hitting coach Mike Clement also attended Marshalltown and played for Hanson ... Also played football (4 years) and competed in swimming (1 year).

PERSONAL Jake Scott Whaley was born on May 17, 1993 in Marshalltown, Iowa ... Parents are Terry and Sharon Whaley ... Has two younger siblings, Nick and Rachel ... Major is social science.

COTTONWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Attended Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah ... Four-year letterwinner in baseball, playing under the direction of Jon Hoover and Jason Crawford ... Holds the school record for most triples (6 in 2011) and stolen bases (16 in 2011) in a single season ... Batted .402 (33-for-82) with 6 doubles, 6 triples, 26 RBI and 33 runs scored in his senior season in 2011 ... Named Class 5A all-state second team in his senior year and all-state honorable mention in 2010 ... Helped Cottonwood win the state championship as a freshman in 2008 ... Finished state runner-up in 2011.

PERSONAL

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Braxton

LHP/OF • 5-11 • 175 • L/L • FR-HS Houston, Texas (Episcopal HS)

EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner in baseball, playing for head coach Matt Fox ... Won three state championships, including in his senior season after the team went 29-8 ... Named to the 2013 All-Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) Team ... Batted .380 with 8 doubles, 6 triples, 3 home runs and 27 RBI in senior season ... Also logged 59.2 innings pitched across 15 appearances, going 8-3 with a 1.29 ERA and 82 strikeouts against 22 walks ... All-District Honorable Mention in 2010 ... Rawlings Preseason All-Region Honorable Mention from 2011-13 ... Named 2013 Under Armour Preseason All-American ... Also lettered in football.

PERSONAL Braxton Lewis Wilks was born on December 16, 1994 in Round Rock, Texas ... Parents are Lewis and Kimberly Wilks ... Has one sibling, Berkeley ... Father was a golfer at Abilene Christian University ... Great Uncle, Bobby Morrow, was a three-time gold medalist (100meter, 200-meter, 4x100-meter relay) in the 1956 Olympics ... Graduated high school magna cum laude ... Was President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Has volunteered for Praying Pelican Missions, Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics ... Played for the Rossville Rattlers under the direction of Brett Cowdin during the summer of 2013 … As an outfielder and pitcher, helped the team win the National Baseball Congress (NBC) 19U World Series ... Aspires to be a sports agent ... Major is accounting.

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Carter Stephen Yagi was born on November 11, 1992 ... Parents are Rick Yagi and Ruthann Good ... Has two siblings, Tyler and Lindsay ... Brother, Tyler, plays baseball at the University of Utah ... Majoring in social science.


2013 Review

#KStateBSB


2013 RECAP NOTES HIGH MARKS...

K-STATE IN THE MLB DRAFT

• K-State captured its first conference title in 80 years and reached the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. • K-State led the Big 12 in nine offensive categories, including batting average (.322), hits (708) and runs (412). • Second baseman Ross Kivett became K-State’s third conference player of the year award winner, joining Big Eight Player of the Year Craig Wilson (1992) and Big 12 Player of the Year Nick Martini (2010). • Brad Hill earned his second Big 12 Coach of the Year distinction (2009) after guiding the Wildcats to a school-record 45 wins and the most conference victories (16) in program history. • The Wildcats did not lose more than two consecutive games for the first time since a 29-game season in 1967. • K-State set a school record and tied the conference record with seven All-Big 12 First Team selections: Blair DeBord, Shane Conlon, Austin Fisher, Jared King, Ross Kivett, Jake Matthys and Tanner Witt. K-State had previously never had more than three players named to the All-Big 12 First Team in a season. • Ross Kivett and Jared King each earned All-America accolades following the season. Kivett garnered nods from three different organizations, the most by a Wildcat since A.J. Morris in 2009.

Once again, Kansas State had several players selected by Major League Baseball teams in the MLB Draft as Jared King, Ross Kivett and Shane Conlon were selected, as well as incoming freshmen Jordan Floyd and Tyler Stover. The three draft selections pushed K-State’s total to 52 since the 2005 season, including 43 since 2008. All three current Wildcats drafted were selected for the first time in their careers as the Wildcats have produced 27 draft picks that went undrafted out of high school under head coach Brad Hill. K-State has seen an increase each year of players taken in the MLB Draft, capped by a school record four top-10 round draft picks in 2011. King’s fifth-round selection gave K-State five top-five round draft picks since 2009, equaling the total of the previous 43 years combined.

STOUT BULLPEN Kansas State’s bullpen was outstanding throughout the season as it held a 22-2 record and a 3.40 ERA. The 22 victories by the relievers were the most under head coach Brad Hill - six more than the 2011 squad - while the winning percentage of .917 is by far the best in the last 10 years as it was 235 points better than the 2007 and 2010 clubs that held a .682 winning percentage (15-7).

A YEAR OF FIRSTS The 2013 season turned into a year of firsts for a program on the upswing. Kansas State claimed its first-ever Big 12 Championship and first conference championship in 80 years with a series-opening win over No. 19 Oklahoma during the final regular-season weekend. The Wildcats, which won the Missouri Valley Conference in 1928 and the Big Six Conference in both 1930 and 1933, became the first school in conference history to place seventh or lower in the Big 12 Preseason Coaches’ Poll and win the league, while they tied for the biggest jump in terms of Big 12 finish from one year to the next.

The Wildcat bullpen was one of the main reasons K-State was able to advance to its first-ever Super Regional as it did not allow an earned run over the final two games of the NCAA Manhattan Regional. No. 30 Bryant scored a first-inning run in game two before Nate Williams and Jake Matthys combined for four shutout innings, allowing one hit and two walks with three strikeouts. The next day against 12th-ranked Arkansas, Gerardo Esquivel teamed with Williams and Matthys for 7.1 shutout innings to give K-State the regional title.

After earning bids to NCAA Regionals from 2009-11 - its first three in program history - K-State earned SET ‘EM UP, KNOCK ‘EM DOWN a regional host site for the first time in program history this year and rode the home-field advantage to A pair of young right-handers, sophomore Nate Williams and freshman Jake Matthys, proved to be an claim its first-ever berth into a Super Regional. outstanding 1-2 punch out of the Wildcat bullpen in 2013. Williams, who broke the school’s freshman record for saves in 2012, set the stage time and time again for Matthys to reset the record at nine. AMONG THE NATION’S BEST Williams finished second on the team in holds with five despite working as a starter for the first seven K-State set a school record for final national ranking as the Wildcats were 13th in the final Baseball weeks of the season, and was one of K-State’s top relievers down the stretch as he held a 1-0 record America rankings, 14th in the USA Today Coaches’ poll, National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association with a 1.39 ERA and 24 strikeouts in 32.1 innings out of the bullpen. (NCBWA) poll and Perfect Game Top 25, while they were 15th in Collegiate Baseball. Many of Kansas State’s most crucial wins down the stretch saw Williams set up Matthys for a K-State The No. 13 final ranking is the highest in school history, topping a No. 19 ranking by Baseball America win. In the Big 12 title-clinching win in the series opener against No. 19 Oklahoma, Williams tossed following the 2009 season. The 2009 and 2013 seasons are the only two years K-State has been ranked 2.1 scoreless innings before giving way to Matthys to finish off the Sooners over the final 1.1 innings. in national polls at the conclusion of the season. The duo also combined for 3.2 scoreless innings and allowed only one hit with no walks and five strikeouts against Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship before tossing seven scoreless innings in the final two games of the NCAA Manhattan Regional. BULLPEN SETS UP K-State had one of its better years at the plate in terms of both batting average and total hits. The Wildcats finished 2013 ranked second nationally in batting average at .322, which is impressive considering K-STATE DOMINATES ALL-BIG 12 TEAMS K-State did not have an individual ranked in the top 90 nationally as eight of the nine everyday starters Kansas State reaped the rewards of its first-ever Big 12 Championship season as a school-record hit .300 or better. K-State’s average ranked fourth in school history and was also an astonishing 39 seven players earned All-Big 12 First Team honors and head coach Brad Hill was named Coach of the points better than any other Big 12 team. Year for the second time. In addition, the Wildcats took home three other major awards with Ross Kivett voted by the league coaches as Player of the Year, pitcher Jake Matthys being named Freshman of the The Wildcats ranked sixth nationally with a school-record setting 708 hits, while they led the Big 12 by Year and Jared King receiving the Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year award. 97 in that department. The Wildcats tallied at least 10 hits in 43 games, going 33-10 in those contests. Joining Kivett, Matthys and King on the first team were Blair DeBord, Shane Conlon, Austin Fisher and Tanner Witt (utility). Kivett, King, Conlon and Fisher were all unanimous selections. Jon Davis RECORD SETTERS In addition to its school records for wins and hits and its third-place ranking in average, the K-State picked up honorable mention accolades, while Matthys and Levi MaVorhis earned spots on the Big 12 offense also put up high marks in seven other categories. The Wildcats set the school record for sacrifice All-Freshman squad. flies (40), while they ranked second in hit-by-pitch (96), third in triples (28), fourth in total bases (966), K-State had previously never had more than three players named to the league’s first team, and by tied for seventh in on-base percentage (.406) and ninth in both doubles (115) and steals (99). having seven selections it tied the Big 12 record set by Baylor in 2012. On the mound, K-State had nearly as much success by breaking the school records for ERA (3.92), lowest opponent batting average (.262) and fewest hits allowed per nine innings (9.0) during the alu- BANNER YEAR minum bat era (1977). The Cats also set the school mark for saves (19) and innings pitched (569.0), Setting the tone for the Wildcat offense as the leadoff hitter, 2013 Big 12 Player of the Year Ross Kivett ranked third in fewest walks allowed per nine innings (3.0), eighth in overall ERA, ninth in shutouts (2) had a career season to coincide with K-State’s best year in school history. The junior finished the year in the top 10 of six single-season offensive categories, including the record for at-bats (261), games and 10th in strikeouts (381). played and starts (64). He also finished second in singles (72), third in hits (94) and seventh in stolen bases (26). HOME-FIELD ADVANTAGE Kansas State not only used the home-field advantage of Tointon Family Stadium to help capture the program’s first conference championship since 1933, but also rallied around the support during its IT’S NOT HOW YOU START... first-ever regional host selection as the Wildcats went 3-0 in the NCAA Manhattan Regional to advance As the adage says, “It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.” K-State proved that saying to be true in 2013 as opponents scored the game’s first run in over a third of the Wildcats’ 45 wins, going 20-11 to the Super Regional round for the first time in school history. (.645) in those contests. In head coach Brad Hill’s 10 years in Manhattan, K-State has been .500 or The Wildcats went 27-7 at home in 2013 to finish three wins shy of tying the school record set by the better just twice when its opponent scores first as the 2009 squad went 18-10 (.643) and the 2010 1981 team. The home success in 2013 was a continuation of recent seasons as Kansas State has won team was 13-13 (.500). Since 2004, Kansas State has gone 124-162 (.434) when its opponent scores at least 20 home games in six of the last nine years, while it is 112-40 (.737) at home over the last first, including an even 72-72 mark since 2009. five seasons.

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2013 RESULTS

OVERALL RECORD: 45-19 HOME: 27-7 • AWAY: 13-10 • NEUTRAL: 5-2 • BIG 12: 16-8 K-State / Opp. Date

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

5 8 7 1 7 3 4 9 13 10 10 10 2 10 11 0 2 6 4 3 4 12 9 6 10 3 8 6 9 3 6 15 12 7

15 14 11 3 14 8 10 12 13 10 12 13 9 13 11 5 3 14 10 8 8 13 17 8 13 11 16 11 14 8 13 18 14 11

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

1 10 6 2 5 4 2 2 3 2 1 13 6 4 0 3 13 5 3 8 3 0 2 3 8 2 10 7 1 2 5 2 2 6

7 15 14 8 8 8 3 8 5 7 4 14 11 7 1 11 15 14 7 12 6 2 4 6 14 8 16 14 5 8 10 8 9 9

1 4 3 1 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 1 3 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 4 2 1 3 4 3 2 0 3 1 0

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (7) 9 9 9 9 9 9 (7) 9 9 (13) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

200 200 110 406 134 109 743 673 673 488 610 1118 1118 622 836 656 1116 1116 759 707 711 586 586 588 718 2470 2563 2672 1189 683 3866 1950 1240 1131

Williams (1-0) Flattery (0-1) Matthys (1-0) Williams (1-1) MaVorhis (1-0) Esquivel (0-1) Wililams (2-1) Flattery (1-1) Wivinis (1-0) Doller (1-0) McFadden (1-0) Williams (2-2) Flattery (1-2) Wivinis (2-0) Doller (2-0) McFadden (1-1) Williams (2-3) Mattthys (2-0) Wivinis (3-0) Doller (2-1) Matthys (3-0) Williams (3-3) Flattery (2-2) Wivinis (4-0) MaVorhis (2-0) MaVorhis (3-0) Doller (2-2) Wivinis (4-1) McFadden (2-1) Moore (1-0) Matthys (4-0) Wivinis (5-0) McFadden (3-1) Matthys (5-0)

Williams tosses 6 strong inns while Cats score 5 over final 3 frames K-State rally falls short after Citadel scores 9 over first 5 innings Wildcat bullpen shines while K-State rallies for three in seventh CCU scores unearned run in 7th; K-State hitless in final 5 innings Cats score 5 in 5th; Conlon 5-for-5 with two-run homer in 8th Elon scores two in eighth to erase K-State’s one-run lead Williams holds no-hitter through 5.2 in career-long 7.2 inning start Davis, King homer as K-State has two multi-run innings Cats score 8 in 2nd; Santigate goes 3-for-4 with career high 4 RBI Doller fans a career-high 6 in first career start; Cats with 2 HRs Four players with multi-hit games (Goodwin, 3); Cats hit 3 triples Cal Poly hits four home runs, including two by DH Mundell Mustangs break open close game with four-run eighth inning Wivinis tosses a complete game; Cats with three multi-run innings Doller and Busch combine to allow one hit; Conlon and Davis homer UNC’s Tinnon doesn’t allow a hit for 6.1 innings West Virginia scores 11 runs over middle innings Witt hits two-out RBI single in 8th, closes game next half inning Wivinis works 7 solid inn.; Winning R comes on Santigate HBP Minnesota score four unearned runs in sixth inning Conlon’s HR in 7th ties game before Kivett records GW RBI single in 8th Williams, Busch combine for two-hit shutout Cats record season-high in hits; Flattery works 2nd career CG K-State scores 4 in 3rd before game is called due to snow Kivett career high 5 RBI; Cats score 8 over 5th, 6th and 7th innings MaVorhis and Matthys combine for four shutout innings BU’s Porter ties game with 2-R HR in 8th and wins with 2-R HR in 13th K-State scores 3 in 9th inning but strands tying run at 2nd base Witt goes 5-5 with a HR and 4 RBI; Cats win series for first time since ‘10 Moore tosses 4.2 scoreless innings of relief with three strikeouts K-State scores two in 9th, including Fisher’s game-winner Cats score nine in first inning, including four on a Davis grand slam K-State plates 6 in 5th to break 1-1 tie; McFadden first Big 12 win Cats plate 5 in 8th to tie game, win in 9th on 2-out passed ball

1-6 11-4 5-3 4-1 2-9 6-7 3-2 13-10 6-1 2-1 2-5 6-3 3-2 3-6 9-3 4-3 9-6 7-3 6-5 5-2 3-7 4-3 13-9 6-7 20-11 7-1 4-3 6-2 4-12 3-4

1 11 5 4 2 6 3 13 6 2 2 6 3 3 9 4 9 7 6 5 3 4 13 6 20 7 4 6 4 3

7 17 14 13 13 13 8 15 11 5 6 9 8 10 9 10 12 9 12 11 14 6 12 17 19 8 7 13 6 11

1 6 11 0 4 10 0 3 5 0 1 2 2 9 11 2 7 10 0 2 6 1 10 15 0 1 9 0 1 8 1 5 12 1 3 8 2 2 7 5 6 9 0 3 10 0 3 11 2 6 9 0 3 8 0 5 11 1 2 6 0 7 7 0 3 6 3 9 8 1 7 10 1 11 12 0 1 8 1 3 8 1 2 7 1 12 21 2 4 6

0 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 4 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 (10) 9 9

2:25 2:57 2:32 2:16 2:58 2:08 2:06 2:41 2:31 2:18 2:21 3:08 2:37 622 2:10 2:17 2:19 2:23 2:26 2:57 2:38 2:33 2:05 1:55 3:21 2:53 4:33 3:14 2:37 2:10 3:00 2:49 2:28 3:19 CANCELED 2:29 3:50 2:24 2:50 2:47 2:49 2:39 3:05 2:29 2:25 2:54 3:54 2:34 2:52 2:58 3:09 2:39 2:46 2:51 2:50 2:49 2:18 3:33 3:49 3:33 2:48 3:06 3:48 3:28 3:25

307 497 329 3252 1149 4000 2222 2245 1360 2957 1580 3259 5451 6064 5710 2090 2131 1806 3589 2506 1603 3637 3707 5182 2570 2563 2661 3574 3602 3564

Flattery (2-3) Moore (2-0) McFadden (4-1) Nixon (1-0) Flattery (2-4) Esquivel (0-2) Matthys (6-0) Nixon (2-0) MaVorhis (4-0) Wivinis (6-1) McFadden (4-2) Flattery (3-4) Matthys (7-0) Wivinis (6-2) Moore (3-0) MaVorhis (5-0) Williams (4-3) McFadden (5-2) Matthys (8-0) Flattery (4-4) Doller (2-3) McFadden (6-2) Esquivel (1-2) Matthys (8-1) Moore (4-0) Flattery (5-4) Esquivel (2-2) Matthys (9-1) McFadden (6-3) Matthys (9-2)

Iowa scores six over 4th and 5th innings, forces K-State to strand 9 Cats plate 6 runs over first 2 innings; Kivett 4-for-4 with 2B and 3B McFadden sets career highs in IP (6) and Ks (5); King 4-5 with HR Cats no-hit WSU for first 5.2 innings; King hits 3-run HR in first OSU scores four first-inning runs, seven over first three frames Cowboys score two in eighth inning to complete four-run comeback Matthys tosses 4.1 scoreless innings; King GW HR in sixth inning Cats see 7-run lead evaporate but came back with 5 unanswered King two-run 2B in 6th breaks open pitchers duel; MaVorhis first start Four K-State pitchers shut down Frogs and match TCU’s Finnegan TCU scores 3 in 3rd; Three relievers shut down Cats down stretch K-State breaks open one-run game with 3 runs after rain delay Kivett hits go-ahead 2-R 3B in 8th; Matthys ties KSU FR rec for W Season-high five errors lead to four unearned runs Cats score multiple runs in 3 innings, including four-run seventh MaVorhis, Matthys combine for 8.1 solid innings; Meyer 2 H and HR Cats score 9 unanswered to erase 6-0 deficit; Fisher GW 2-R HR in 9th Meyer drive in three runs; McFadden works five quality innings K-State claims first Big 12 Championship in school history Flattery tosses 5.1 scoreless innings OU scores 3 runs in 2 different innings; Cats leave 13 on base Williams, Matthys combine for 3.2 scoreless innings Cats rally three times, including a five-run ninth inning K-State scores four in ninth to send game to extra innings Wildcats score nine first-inning runs; Kivett hits two home runs King makes diving catch to save 2 runs, hits two-RBI 2B next half inn. Cats break school record for wins, advances to first-ever Super Reigonal K-State places one in ninth to tie, four in 10th for win Oregon State scores five in first innings, nine over first three frames Cats score two in eighth, puts tying run on base in the ninth

( ) Extra-Inning Game; ^ The Citadel Memorial Challenge, Charleston, S.C.; # Caravelle Resort Tournament, Myrtle Beach, S.C.; % Big 12 Championship, Oklahoma City, Okla.; * Big 12 Conference Game; ! NCAA Manhattan Regional, Manhattan, Kan.; $ NCAA Corvallis Super Regional, Corvallis, Ore.

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OVERALL STATISTICS

OVERALL RECORD: 45-19 HOME: 27-7 • AWAY: 13-10 • NEUTRAL: 5-2 • BIG 12: 16-8 INDIVIDUAL HITTING STATISTICS Player 3 Fisher, Austin 7 Kivett, Ross 15 Conlon, Shane 5 Witt, Tanner 24 King, Jared 9 DeBord, Blair 28 Santigate, RJ 6 Davis, Jon 35 Meyer, Mitch -------------17 Dalrymple, Clayton 16 Goodwin, Joe 34 Lovato, Damion 8 Miles, Lance 27 Speer, Kyle 10 Bee, Alex 1 Wodtke, Jake

AVG. .361 .360 .341 .337 .335 .327 .324 .302 .281

GP-GS 60-59 64-64 63-63 63-63 59-59 60-60 60-60 63-63 53-29

AB 208 261 249 261 218 199 222 212 128

R 43 57 56 49 52 33 32 49 16

H 75 94 85 88 73 65 72 64 36

2B 20 15 13 8 16 11 4 14 5

3B 3 4 3 3 2 1 2 4 5

HR 2 3 7 1 7 0 0 5 4

RBI 38 39 28 35 53 37 29 42 34

TB 107 126 125 105 114 78 80 101 63

SLG% .514 .483 .502 .402 .523 .392 .360 .476 .492

BB 21 29 25 28 34 26 29 30 3

HBP 12 10 16 3 11 9 3 21 7

SO 36 27 30 33 22 26 33 50 49

OB% .443 .440 .430 .398 .439 .418 .409 .428 .322

SF 3 2 3 7 6 5 0 6 5

SH 5 4 9 3 1 3 5 1 4

SB-SBA 3-10 26-36 17-21 7-14 14-19 6-8 11-16 10-17 2-5

PO 90 120 617 103 142 346 56 102 30

A E FLD% 167 13 .952 208 5 .985 29 4 .994 7 1 .991 2 3 .980 68 3 .993 108 15 .916 10 1 .991 1 1 .969

.343 .267 .262 .241 .143 .105 .000

34-9 18-10 17-13 31-14 23-9 12-1 10-0

35 45 42 58 35 19 7

6 7 3 5 4 0 0

12 12 11 14 5 2 0

2 3 2 0 2 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 5 7 9 4 1 0

14 17 13 14 7 2 0

.400 .378 .310 .241 .200 .105 .000

0 2 4 5 6 1 1

0 1 0 2 1 0 0

5 11 12 12 7 7 3

.343 .313 .319 .323 .273 .150 .125

0 0 1 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 2 4 0 0

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

18 19 6 8 6 11 4

0 5 0 26 0 3 4

Totals Opponents

.322 .262

64-64 64-64

28 25

29 30

367 966 260 816

.439 .376

244 187

96 44

363 381

.406 .330

40 23

41 34

99-152 69-96

2199 412 708 115 2168 287 569 107

0 0 0 10 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 .773 1.000 1.000 1.000

1707 732 64 1657 718 91

.974 .963

LOB - Team (553), Opp (463). DPs turned - Team (45), Opp (58). CI - Team (1), DeBord, B. 1, Opp (2).

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATISTICS Player 45 Williams, Nate 32 Flattery, Joe 20 Wivinis, Matt -------------12 Matthys, Jake 5 Witt, Tanner 36 Doller, Jake 31 Witcig, Jordan 33 Moore, Jared 21 Esquivel, Gerardo 30 Busch, Landon 29 MaVorhis, Levi 23 McFadden, Blake 22 Nixon, Hayden 39 Smith, Josh

ERA 2.81 3.86 4.72

W-L 4-3 5-4 6-2

APP 24 19 21

GS 7 13 14

CG 0 1 2

SHO 0 0 0

CBO 1 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 67.1 79.1 76.1

H 55 85 77

R 25 41 47

ER 21 34 40

BB 33 20 22

SO 54 52 50

2B 9 11 16

3B 2 4 4

HR 3 4 2

AB 249 308 287

B/Avg. WP .221 6 .276 5 .268 3

HBP BK 5 1 5 0 8 0

SFA 3 3 4

2.05 3.18 3.54 3.68 3.73 3.99 4.58 4.77 4.97 5.89 9.00

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

34 17 13 9 21 20 15 23 17 14 2

1 0 9 1 0 0 0 6 13 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 2 0 0 0 0

9 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

61.1 17.0 40.2 14.2 31.1 29.1 17.2 54.2 58.0 18.1 3.0

46 15 33 10 37 31 13 76 63 22 6

17 6 21 6 14 13 13 35 33 13 3

14 6 16 6 13 13 9 29 32 12 3

9 5 22 7 9 7 11 13 17 12 0

44 18 29 9 23 17 11 30 35 8 1

10 2 9 3 6 5 1 13 14 6 2

3 0 1 0 1 2 1 4 3 0 0

3 1 1 1 4 1 0 1 5 3 1

224 66 149 51 121 113 66 226 224 70 14

.205 .227 .221 .196 .306 .274 .197 .336 .281 .314 .429

3 3 5 3 5 4 1 3 3 1 0

4 0 2 3 1 3 2 3 7 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

2 0 2 1 1 0 1 3 2 1 0

Totals Opponents

3.92 5.64

45-19 19-45

64 64

64 64

3 2

2 1

2 1

19 569.0 569 10 552.1 708

287 412

248 346

187 244

381 107 363 115

25 28

30 2168 29 2199

.262 .322

45 61

44 96

3 11

23 40

PB - Team (10), DeBord, B. 9, Goodwin, Joe 1, Opp (14). Pickoffs - Team (14), DeBord, B. 5, Wivinis, M. 2, Doller, Jake 2, Esquivel, G. 1, Flattery, J. 1, Nixon, H. 1, Witcig, J. 1, McFadden, B. 1, Opp (12).

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CONFERENCE STATISTICS

BIG 12 RECORD: 16-8 HOME: 9-3 • AWAY: 7-5 INDIVIDUAL HITTING STATISTICS Player 3 Fisher, Austin 7 Kivett, Ross 35 Meyer, Mitch 6 Davis, Jon 9 DeBord, Blair 28 Santigate, RJ 15 Conlon, Shane 24 King, Jared 5 Witt, Tanner -------------8 Miles, Lance 17 Dalrymple, Clayton 16 Goodwin, Joe 10 Bee, Alex 27 Speer, Kyle 34 Lovato, Damion 1 Wodtke, Jake

AVG. .412 .376 .340 .338 .316 .314 .309 .307 .304

GP-GS 22-22 24-24 21-14 24-24 23-23 20-20 24-24 24-24 23-23

AB 85 101 53 80 76 70 94 88 92

R 18 17 9 14 9 10 21 19 13

H 35 38 18 27 24 22 29 27 28

2B 11 5 1 9 3 2 6 5 3

3B 1 1 3 2 0 1 1 0 1

HR 1 1 3 1 0 0 2 2 0

RBI 17 10 17 14 13 7 10 16 7

TB 51 48 34 43 27 26 43 38 33

SLG% .600 .475 .642 .538 .355 .371 .457 .432 .359

BB 4 9 1 11 7 9 8 13 12

HBP 4 3 4 8 0 3 8 5 2

SO 15 8 21 17 10 10 15 8 14

OB% .457 .439 .377 .460 .369 .415 .405 .417 .393

SF 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 1

SH 2 2 1 1 3 2 3 1 1

SB-SBA 0-2 10-13 0-1 2-6 0-0 1-1 4-5 1-5 1-3

PO 36 50 23 44 124 8 217 63 38

A 63 68 1 9 21 30 10 1 0

E FLD% 3 .971 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 3 .980 3 .927 2 .991 2 .970 0 1.000

.368 .267 .167 .083 .000 .000 .000

10-4 13-4 3-1 5-1 12-6 4-2 1-0

19 15 6 12 22 6 2

1 1 0 0 0 0 0

7 4 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

5 2 0 0 1 1 0

7 4 1 1 0 0 0

.368 .267 .167 .083 .000 .000 .000

1 0 0 1 3 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 3 3 5 5 1 1

.400 .267 .167 .154 .115 .143 .000

0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0

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

0 10 3 10 0 2 0

9 0 0 3 0 0 0

4 0 0 0 0 0 0

.692 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000

Totals Opponents

.318 .283

24-24 24-24

821 132 261 830 111 235

45 40

10 11

10 15

.434 .412

80 75

37 14

141 136

.398 .349

12 9

18 14

20-37 25-34

636 629

245 21 283 31

.977 .967

B/Avg. WP .186 2 .302 1 .303 2 .274 1 .320 2

HBP BK 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 4 0

SFA 1 0 2 1 2

120 356 101 342

LOB - Team (208), Opp (196). DPs turned - Team (13), Opp (29). CI - Team (1), DeBord, B. 1, Opp (1).

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING STATISTICS Player 12 Matthys, Jake 29 MaVorhis, Levi 32 Flattery, Joe 23 McFadden, Blake 20 Wivinis, Matt -------------5 Witt, Tanner 31 Witcig, Jordan 33 Moore, Jared 45 Williams, Nate 21 Esquivel, Gerardo 30 Busch, Landon 39 Smith, Josh 22 Nixon, Hayden 36 Doller, Jake

ERA 2.20 2.81 3.69 3.91 5.23

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

APP 16 10 9 6 9

GS 0 4 5 5 7

CG 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0

CBO 0 0 0 0 0

SV 5 0 0 0 0

IP 28.2 32.0 31.2 25.1 32.2

H 19 39 40 26 41

R 8 11 18 11 25

ER 7 10 13 11 19

BB 6 4 7 10 13

SO 23 14 21 11 21

2B 2 6 6 6 9

3B 3 1 3 1 1

HR 1 1 1 1 2

AB 102 129 132 95 128

0.00 1.80 3.18 5.03 5.40 6.00 13.50 15.75 19.29

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

6 4 7 9 8 4 1 5 2

0 0 0 2 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

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

6.0 5.0 11.1 19.2 8.1 3.0 2.0 4.0 2.1

4 2 13 22 11 1 5 9 3

0 1 4 11 5 2 3 7 5

0 1 4 11 5 2 3 7 5

3 1 4 12 4 3 0 4 4

5 5 8 21 3 0 1 3 0

0 0 1 3 1 0 2 3 1

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 1

22 18 42 77 34 10 10 21 10

.182 .111 .310 .286 .324 .100 .500 .429 .300

1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

4.16 4.81

16-8 8-16

24 24

24 24

0 1

0 0

0 0

8 3

212.0 235 209.2 261

111 132

98 112

75 80

136 141

40 45

11 10

15 10

830 821

.283 .318

14 14

14 37

1 4

9 12

PB - Team (5), DeBord, B. 5, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (5), DeBord, B. 3, Flattery, J. 1, Wivinis, M. 1, Opp (5).

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

Opponent High Point Citadel George Mason C. Carolina Kentucky Elon Oakland Oakland Oakland Niagara Niagara Cal Poly Cal Poly Cal Poly N. Colorado N. Colorado West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia Minnesota Minnesota B.-Cookman B.-Cookman B.-Cookman Nebraska Baylor Baylor Baylor Nebraska Omaha Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Wichita State Omaha Iowa Iowa Iowa Wichita State Oklahoma St. Oklahoma St. Oklahoma St. Nebraska TCU TCU TCU Creighton Texas Texas Texas Kansas Kansas Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Texas Tech Baylor Oklahoma Wichita State Bryant Arkansas Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State Opponent

#1 Wodtke

1-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 DEF

1-0-0-0

1-0-0-0 DEF

2-0-0-0

#3 Fisher 4-1-1-1 3-2-2-0 3-0-1-1 2-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 2-0-1-0 4-1-1-1 3-1-1-1 5-1-1-1 4-1-2-3 4-1-1-1 4-2-3-1 4-0-2-1 2-1-0-0 4-1-1-1 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-1 4-2-1-0 4-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 2-1-1-0 4-1-1-1 2-0-1-0 5-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 6-2-2-3 3-1-2-0 5-1-1-1 3-0-1-0 5-2-3-2 2-1-0-0 4-1-2-2 3-0-1-1

#5 Witt 4-2-3-0 6-1-0-0 5-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 5-1-2-0 3-0-0-1 4-1-3-0 5-0-1-0 3-1-0-0 4-0-1-1 3-2-1-1 5-0-2-2 4-0-1-0 4-2-1-1 4-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 5-0-2-1 5-0-2-1 4-0-2-1 4-0-0-1 3-2-2-2 4-1-3-1 1-1-1-1 5-1-1-1 4-0-1-0 6-0-3-2 5-1-3-0 5-3-5-4 3-2-2-1 3-0-1-0

4-0-0-0 2-1-1-1 4-0-1-0 5-0-3-0 3-0-1-0 3-0-2-0 4-0-3-1 5-2-2-0 4-1-2-0 3-1-2-0 3-0-1-1 2-1-1-0 5-0-1-0 5-0-1-0 4-1-3-1 4-0-1-1 5-3-2-3 4-1-2-1 3-1-1-1

1-0-0-0

DEF

1-0-0-0 Wodtke

4-2-3-3 3-1-1-0 3-1-1-0 2-0-1-0 2-0-0-1 3-1-1-0 Fisher

DEF - Defensive Replacement; Blank - Did Not Play

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#6 Davis 5-0-1-2 5-0-0-0 5-3-3-2 3-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 2-2-1-1 4-2-2-1 3-3-2-2 3-0-0-0 4-1-0-0 2-1-1-0 3-2-2-0 4-1-2-2 3-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 2-1-2-1 3-0-1-0 2-0-0-0 4-0-2-0 3-0-0-0 2-0-0-0

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

0-3-0-1 3-1-2-1 4-2-3-0 4-0-0-0 2-1-2-1 3-0-0-0 5-0-1-1 4-1-4-4 3-0-2-2 4-1-1-1

#7 Kivett 5-1-2-1 5-1-2-0 2-2-1-0 4-1-1-0 3-1-2-1 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 2-1-1-1 4-1-1-1 2-2-1-0 4-2-2-1 5-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-2-2-1 4-1-1-0 3-0-2-0 1-0-1-0 5-0-3-1 4-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 4-0-2-1 5-3-3-0 4-2-3-3 4-0-1-1 4-1-3-5 5-0-2-0 6-2-2-0 3-2-2-1 5-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-0 4-3-4-1 4-2-1-0 5-1-1-0

4-0-0-0 5-1-3-1 5-1-2-1 4-1-1-0 5-0-2-0 5-1-2-0 3-1-2-0 5-2-2-0 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-2 5-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 3-1-0-0 4-1-1-1 5-0-0-0 2-1-0-0 3-1-1-1 3-2-1-0 4-0-1-0 4-1-1-0 5-2-2-0 6-1-3-1 5-4-4-1 4-0-1-1 4-1-1-0 6-0-3-3 3-1-1-0 5-0-1-0 Witt

4-0-1-0 4-2-2-0 4-1-2-0 5-0-3-0 4-0-0-0 5-2-4-2 3-0-0-0 4-2-1-3 4-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 3-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-2-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-0-1 4-0-1-0 4-1-2-1 3-1-1-1 4-1-2-1 3-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 2-0-0-2 5-2-2-3 4-1-2-0 3-3-2-4 4-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 4-1-1-2 2-0-0-1 4-0-0-0 Davis

4-0-1-0 4-2-4-1 4-0-0-0 5-0-0-0 4-2-3-1 5-0-1-0 5-0-0-0 4-1-1-1 4-0-2-1 2-1-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-2-3-2 4-0-1-2 4-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 5-0-1-0 5-2-3-0 4-0-2-0 5-0-1-0 5-1-3-1 4-0-0-0 5-0-1-2 4-1-3-2 5-4-4-4 5-2-2-1 2-1-0-0 5-2-2-0 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-0 Kivett

#8 Miles

#9 DeBord 2-0-0-0

#10 Bee

3-1-1-1 2-0-0-0 3-0-0-1 3-1-2-0 2-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 1-0-0-0 DEF

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

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

2-0-0-0

2-0-0-0

0-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

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

3-0-2-3 1-0-1-1 3-0-0-1 4-0-2-0 2-1-0-0 5-1-2-3 5-0-1-0 1-1-0-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 4-0-0-0 1-0-1-0 3-0-0-0 Miles

3-2-1-1

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

4-2-2-2 4-0-0-0 4-1-2-1 2-2-1-0 3-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 4-1-2-1 3-1-2-1 4-2-3-1 2-2-0-1 1-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 3-0-1-0 4-1-2-0 3-1-3-1 5-1-2-2 5-0-1-1 5-1-1-0 4-0-1-1 3-0-2-1 4-1-2-1 1-0-0-0 4-1-2-1 3-1-3-2 CANCELED 4-0-0-0 4-2-2-2 3-0-1-1 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-1 4-0-1-1 3-0-1-1 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 3-0-0-1 3-1-0-0 2-1-0-0 4-0-2-2 1-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 4-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 3-1-3-0 2-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 2-0-1-0 3-1-0-2 4-0-2-0 1-0-0-0 5-1-2-2 0-0-0-0 3-1-0-0 4-0-1-1 4-0-2-0 2-0-1-0 2-0-0-0 4-0-2-2 DeBord Bee

#15 Conlon 3-0-2-0 5-1-2-1 5-0-2-0 4-0-1-0 5-2-5-2 4-0-1-0 4-0-1-2 2-1-1-1 3-3-2-0 3-1-1-1 5-1-2-1 4-1-1-1 5-0-2-0 3-2-2-2 5-3-2-2 4-0-0-0 2-1-0-0 4-1-2-0 2-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-1-1 3-1-1-0 3-0-1-0 3-1-1-0 4-1-1-0 4-0-0-0 6-0-1-1 5-0-0-0 3-0-0-0 4-1-1-0 4-1-1-0 6-3-3-4 3-3-2-3 3-1-1-0 3-1-2-0 5-1-1-2 4-1-1-0 5-1-2-1 4-0-2-0 4-1-1-1 4-1-1-0 4-3-2-0 4-2-2-0 4-0-2-1 3-0-0-0 3-0-2-0 4-0-1-0 4-2-1-0 5-0-3-0 4-2-1-0 3-1-0-0 3-1-1-0 4-1-3-0 5-0-0-0 4-1-2-0 4-2-1-0 6-1-3-1 3-1-1-0 4-1-2-0 4-0-2-0 6-0-1-0 4-1-1-0 5-0-1-0 Conlon

#17 Dalrymple

0-0-0-0

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

#24 King 5-1-2-1 4-0-2-3 5-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 5-1-2-1 3-1-1-0 5-0-1-0 4-2-2-2 3-2-0-1 3-1-1-0 4-1-2-0 4-0-0-1

#27 Speer

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

DEF 1-0-0-0 DEF

DEF 3-0-2-0 1-0-0-0 5-1-2-0 3-0-0-0 2-0-0-0 2-1-2-1 3-1-1-0

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

DEF DEF DEF 0-0-0-0

0-1-0-0 DEF 0-1-0-0

1-1-0-0 Dalrymple

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

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

2-0-0-0

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

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

#34 Lovato 2-0-0-0 3-0-1-1 4-0-2-2 4-0-2-1 2-0-1-0 3-0-1-1

4-0-0-0 3-0-1-0

2-0-0-0

1-1-1-0

DEF DEF 1-0-1-0 Speer

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

1-1-1-0 4-0-0-0

1-0-0-0

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

DEF DEF 1-0-0-0

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

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

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

1-0-0-1 4-1-1-0 2-0-1-1 4-0-2-0 4-2-1-2 5-2-2-1 4-1-1-2 4-0-2-3 3-0-1-2 4-1-2-2 5-1-3-0 2-0-0-0 5-1-1-0 5-0-1-2 5-1-2-3 3-0-0-0 2-0-0-1 1-1-1-1 3-0-0-1

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

1-0-1-0

1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 1-0-1-1 4-0-2-2 3-0-0-0 1-1-1-1 2-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 3-0-1-2

3-1-1-1

4-0-2-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-0-1-0 4-0-2-0 4-1-1-0 2-0-0-0 5-0-3-3 4-1-2-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-1-0 4-2-2-0 4-0-2-0

3-0-1-0 4-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 3-0-3-1 3-0-0-0 3-1-1-1 4-1-2-0 5-1-1-0 3-0-0-0 4-0-1-0 3-1-0-0 4-0-0-0 4-0-3-0 Santigate

#35 Meyer 5-0-2-0 3-1-1-0 1-0-0-0 4-0-0-0

Lovato

Meyer


PITCHING SUMMARY

#5 Tanner Witt 17 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/15 2/17 2/21 3/2 3/6 3/15 3/20 3/26 4/2 4/14 4/24 4/26 4/28 4/30 5/5 5/11 5/12

Opponent High Point George Mason Kentucky Oakland Niagara West Virginia-2 Minnesota Nebraska Nebraska Iowa Nebraska TCU TCU Creighton Texas Kansas Kansas

IP H R 1.0 1 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 1 2 1.0 1 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 2 0 1.0 1 0 1.0 4 2 1.0 0 0 1.0 1 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 1 0 1.0 2 2 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 1 0

ER BB K NP Dec. 0 0 1 12 0 0 3 12 S 2 1 1 15 0 0 2 13 S 0 0 0 11 0 0 2 18 S 0 0 1 14 S 2 0 2 26 0 0 1 15 0 0 1 189 S 0 0 1 14 S 0 1 1 20 0 0 1 11 2 1 0 23 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 7 S 0 2 0 26 -

#12 Jake Matthys 34 Appearances/1 Start Date 2/17 2/21 2/24 3/3 3/8 3/15 3/16 3/20 3/26 3/28 3/30 4/2 4/5 4/7 4/9 4/14 4/16 4/21 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/3 5/5 5/10 5/12 5/17 5/18 5/23 5/25 6/1 6/2 6/8 6/10

Opponent George Mason Kentucky Elon Oakland-2 Cal Poly-1 West Virginia-2 West Virginia Minnesota Nebraska Baylor Baylor Nebraska Texas Tech Texas Tech Wichita State Iowa Wichita State Oklahoma State TCU TCU TCU Creighton Texas Texas Kansas Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma Texas Tech Oklahoma Bryant Arkansas Oregon State Oregon State*

IP H R 2.1 2 0 1.2 1 0 0.1 1 0 0.2 0 0 2.0 4 3 1.0 0 0 2.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 3 0 2.0 0 0 1.0 2 1 1.0 2 0 0.1 0 0 1.0 1 0 2.0 2 0 2.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 4.1 2 0 2.0 1 1 1.0 1 0 1.2 0 0 1.0 0 0 3.0 1 0 1.0 3 2 3.0 4 1 1.1 0 0 1.1 1 1 2.2 3 2 2.0 0 0 4.0 5 2 2.1 0 0 2.0 2 0 2.0 2 0 4.1 3 4

ER BB K 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 5 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 5

NP 22 16 8 9 29 18 24 10 36 16 8 14 9 17 29 27 9 58 24 11 15 15 47 26 50 16 19 40 20 41 26 26 21 75

Dec. W W S W S W W S W S W S W S S L S S W L

#20 Matt Wivinis 21 Appearances/14 Starts Date 2/17 2/24 3/3 3/9 3/16 3/23 3/30 4/6 4/13 4/20 4/27 4/30 5/4 5/11 5/18 5/19 5/24 5/25 5/31 6/9 6/10

Opponent George Mason* Elon* Oakland-2* Cal Poly* West Virginia Bet.-Cookman* Baylor* Texas Tech* Iowa* Oklahoma State* TCU* Creighton* Texas* Kansas* Oklahoma Oklahoma Baylor Oklahoma Wichita State Oregon State Oregon State

IP H R 4.0 8 6 6.0 3 1 5.1 5 3 9.0 7 4 7.0 7 3 7.0 6 3 5.0 9 4 6.0 6 1 3.0 4 4 4.2 4 5 3.0 3 1 3.0 2 0 2.2 3 4 2.2 7 6 0.1 0 0 1.1 2 1 3.0 1 1 0.1 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0

ER BB K NP Dec. 5 1 7 68 1 0 3 70 3 3 4 88 W 4 0 5 91 W 3 4 5 112 W 3 0 5 105 W 4 1 2 83 L 0 0 4 96 W 4 1 1 66 3 4 3 82 1 0 3 51 W 0 1 1 41 1 2 0 42 L 6 0 3 45 0 1 1 19 1 1 0 21 1 1 1 29 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 12 0 1 1 12 0 1 1 22 -

#21 Gerardo Esquivel 20 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/15 2/24 3/13 3/19 3/29 4/3 4/12 4/13 4/16 4/20 4/24 4/26 4/28

Opponent High Point Elon N. Colorado Minnesota Baylor Omaha Iowa Iowa Wichita State Oklahoma State Nebraska TCU TCU

IP H R 1.0 0 0 0.2 3 2 2.0 1 0 0.2 3 3 4.0 5 0 1.0 4 1 2.0 2 0 1.2 2 0 2.1 1 1 1.0 2 2 1.0 1 1 0.2 0 0 0.0 1 2

ER BB K 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

NP 9 18 29 29 74 25 26 25 26 19 22 4 9

Dec. L S L -

5/4 5/12 5/18 5/19 5/24 6/2 6/10

Texas Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma Baylor Arkansas Oregon State

0.1 1.0 0.2 0.2 1.2 4.1 2.2

1 2 0 0 0 1 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 2 0 0

0 1 0 0 2 1 3

6 20 5 4 30 49 48

W W -

ER BB K 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 2 1 0 1 0 5 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0

NP 33 20 30 41 14 35 9 39 9 44 11 1 10 6

Dec. S W W -

NP 14 9 66 85 63 22 66 30 75 77 70 52 80 61 88 42 23

Dec. W L W W W L W W L

NP 53 30 30 9 13 2 27 29 40 32 13 44 4 28 17 21 76 66 84 74 66 51 40

Dec. W W W W W -

NP 11 13 11 15 30 33 6 11 2 16 16 17 35 34 32

Dec. S -

NP 31 15 14 13 36

Dec. -

#22 Hayden Nixon 14 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/17 2/24 3/5 3/8 3/13 3/15 3/26 4/6 4/12 4/16 4/24 4/28 5/4 5/19

Opponent George Mason Elon Niagara Cal Poly-1 N. Colorado West Virginia-1 Nebraska Texas Tech Iowa Wichita State Nebraska TCU Texas Oklahoma

IP H R 1.2 4 0 1.0 1 1 3.0 2 1 2.2 4 4 1.2 0 0 0.2 4 5 0.0 0 0 3.0 1 0 1.0 1 0 2.2 1 0 0.2 0 0 0.0 1 0 0.1 1 0 0.0 2 2

#23 Blake McFadden 17 Appearances/13 Starts Date 2/16 3/3 3/6 3/13 3/20 3/26 3/29 4/2 4/7 4/14 4/21 4/28 5/5 5/11 5/23 6/2 6/9

Opponent The Citadel Oakland-2 Niagara* N. Colorado* Minnesota* Nebraska Baylor Nebraska* Texas Tech* Iowa* Oklahoma State* TCU* Texas* Kansas* Texas Tech* Arkansas* Oregon State*

IP H R 1.0 1 0 1.0 0 0 5.0 3 1 4.1 8 2 4.0 4 3 0.2 2 3 4.0 5 2 3.0 1 0 5.0 5 1 6.0 4 3 4.2 4 2 2.1 4 3 4.1 5 1 5.0 3 2 5.1 5 3 1.2 5 3 0.2 4 4

ER BB K 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 4 2 2 4 3 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 2 1 3 2 3 1 5 2 1 3 3 1 2 1 2 0 2 3 1 3 1 3 3 1 2 4 0 0

#29 Levi MaVorhis 23 Appearances/6 Starts Date 2/16 2/21 3/3 3/6 3/13 3/15 3/20 3/26 3/28 3/30 4/2 4/5 4/7 4/9 4/12 4/20 4/26 5/3 5/10 5/17 5/24 5/31 6/9

Opponent The Citadel Kentucky Oakland-1 Niagara N. Colorado West Virginia-2 Minnesota Nebraska Baylor Baylor Nebraska Texas Tech Texas Tech Wichita State Iowa Oklahoma State TCU* Texas* Kansas* Oklahoma* Baylor* Wichita State* Oregon State

Date 2/16 2/21 3/3 3/6 3/12 3/22 3/26 3/29 4/6 4/19 4/24 5/19 5/24 5/31 6/9

Opponent The Citadel Kentucky Oakland-2 Niagara N. Colorado Bet.-Cookman-1 Nebraska Baylor Texas Tech Oklahoma State Nebraska Oklahoma Baylor Wichita State Oregon State

IP H R 2.2 6 2 2.0 2 1 2.1 2 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 2 1 0.1 1 1 3.0 1 0 2.0 2 1 2.0 2 0 2.0 3 2 1.0 1 0 4.0 3 1 0.2 0 0 1.0 2 3 0.2 4 2 2.0 3 0 5.1 8 0 5.0 5 2 5.1 6 1 5.1 8 4 2.2 4 5 2.0 4 4 1.1 7 5

ER BB K 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 2 4 3 1 5 0 1

#30 Landon Busch 15 Appearances/0 Starts IP H R 1.1 0 0 0.1 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 2.0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0.1 4 4 2.0 0 0 1.1 2 2 2.0 3 4 2.0 3 1

ER BB K 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 1

#31 Jordan Witcig 9 Appearances/1 Start Date 3/19 4/19 4/30 5/4 5/11

Opponent Minnesota Oklahoma State Creighton Texas Kansas

IP H R 2.0 1 0 1.0 1 1 1.0 0 0 1.0 0 0 2.0 1 0

ER BB K 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3

5/19 5/25 5/31 6/9

Oklahoma Oklahoma Wichita State Oregon State

1.0 3.2 1.2 1.1

Date 2/16 2/21 3/3 3/8 3/15 3/22 3/28 4/5 4/12 4/19 4/24 4/27 4/30 5/4 5/11 5/12 5/18 6/1 6/8

Opponent The Citadel* Kentucky* Oakland-1* Cal Poly-2* West Virginia-2* Bet.-Cookman-2* Baylor* Texas Tech* Iowa* Oklahoma State* Nebraska TCU Creighton Texas Kansas Kansas Oklahoma* Bryant* Oregon State*

0 3 1 3

0 3 1 1

0 3 1 1

1 2 1 1

1 2 0 0

17 58 20 32

-

#32 Joe Flattery 19 Appearances/13 Starts IP H 2.0 6 4.0 4 6.2 6 7.2 6 6.2 11 9.0 4 5.0 6 4.2 7 4.1 4 2.1 5 2.0 1 3.0 2 2.0 3 3.2 4 0.1 0 0.2 2 5.1 3 5.0 7 5.0 4

R 7 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 4 6 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 2

ER BB K NP Dec. 5 1 0 30 L 2 2 2 70 2 1 2 89 W 2 3 7 98 L 4 0 3 78 2 0 5 100 W 1 1 2 85 4 3 4 85 4 3 5 88 L 3 1 2 70 L 0 0 3 23 0 1 2 49 1 0 1 22 W 0 0 4 52 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 14 0 0 4 60 W 1 1 3 74 W 2 2 3 68 -

#33 Jared Moore 21 Appearances/0 Starts Date 2/15 2/21 3/2 3/6 3/8 3/19 3/26 3/29 4/3 4/9 4/13 4/20 4/28 4/30 5/3 5/5 5/10 5/19 5/24 5/25 5/31

Opponent High Point Coastal Carolina Oakland Niagara Cal Poly-2 Minnesota Nebraska Baylor Omaha Wichita State Iowa Oklahoma State TCU Creighton Texas Texas Kansas Oklahoma Baylor Oklahoma Wichita State

IP H R 1.0 1 0 1.2 1 0 0.1 0 0 1.0 1 0 1.1 5 4 0.2 3 1 0.1 0 0 2.2 2 2 4.2 2 0 2.0 2 1 3.1 3 0 0.1 1 0 2.2 4 0 0.2 0 0 1.0 1 0 1.1 2 0 0.2 1 1 2.2 2 1 0.1 1 1 0.1 1 1 2.1 4 2

ER BB K 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 4

NP 7 29 2 9 33 16 4 29 48 36 52 14 30 4 11 28 9 39 12 14 35

Dec. W W W W

NP 9 12 94 93 90 70 33 71 68 55 35 38 50

Dec. W W L L L -

NP 86 87 99 78 89 98 24 43 28 5 61 33 33 25 8 29 32 24 26 45 37 19 36 25

Dec. W L W L L W W -

#36 Jake Doller 13 Appearances/9 Starts Date 2/16 3/3 3/5 3/12 3/19 3/26 3/29 4/3 4/9 4/16 4/24 5/19 6/9

Opponent The Citadel Oakland-2 Niagara* N. Colorado* Minnesota* Nebraska* Baylor Omaha* Wichita State* Wichita State* Nebraska* Oklahoma* Oregon State

Date 2/15 2/21 3/2 3/8 3/15 3/22 3/29 4/2 4/7 4/13 4/19 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/5 5/11 5/17 5/23 5/25 6/1 6/2 6/8 6/10

Opponent High Point* Coastal Carolina* Oakland* Cal Poly-1* West Virginia-1* Bet.-Cookman-1* Baylor* Nebraska Texas Tech Iowa Oklahoma State Nebraska TCU TCU Creighton Texas Kansas Oklahoma Texas Tech Oklahoma Bryant Arkansas Oregon State Oregon State

IP H R 1.0 2 1 1.0 0 0 5.0 4 1 7.0 1 0 5.2 5 4 3.2 3 2 1.0 2 2 3.1 2 1 4.0 3 2 3.0 0 0 2.0 6 4 1.1 1 3 2.2 4 1

ER BB K 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 6 0 1 6 0 1 6 2 4 4 2 2 0 1 3 1 2 3 2 0 4 2 4 0 0 3 2 0 1 0 1

#45 Nate Williams 24 Appearances/7 Starts IP H R 6.0 5 1 6.1 7 2 7.2 2 2 4.1 6 6 4.1 6 5 6.0 2 0 0.1 2 3 3.0 1 1 1.1 3 1 1.0 1 0 3.2 5 2 2.0 3 1 2.0 2 0 1.1 1 0 0.1 1 0 1.1 0 0 3.0 1 0 2.1 2 0 1.2 1 0 2.2 1 1 1.2 1 0 1.0 0 0 3.0 1 0 1.0 1 0

ER BB K 1 1 6 1 2 3 1 3 5 5 2 4 5 4 5 0 5 7 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 0

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MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS KANSAS STATE HOME RUNS

MULTI-HIT GAMES Name 7 Kivett 5 Witt 15 Conlon 24 King 6 Davis 28 Santigate 9 DeBord 3 Fisher 35 Meyer 8 Miles 16 Goodwin 17 Dalrymple 34 Lovato Total

2 16 15 20 18 16 14 17 12 8 4 1 3 2 146

3 9 8 4 4 3 6 4 6 1 2 47

4 3 1 1 2 1 8

5+ 1 1 2

Total 28 25 25 23 21 21 21 18 9 4 3 3 2 203

5+ 1 1

Total 12 12 10 8 7 7 6 6 5 2 1 1 1 78

MULTI-RBI GAMES Name 6 Davis 24 King 35 Meyer 9 DeBord 7 Kivett 15 Conlon 5 Witt 3 Fisher 28 Santigate 8 Miles 17 Dalrymple 27 Speer 34 Lovato Total

2 8 6 8 8 4 5 4 2 3 1 1 50

3 2 5 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 20

4 2 1 1 1 1 1 7

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

Player Austin Fisher Jon Davis Shane Conlon Jon Davis Jared King Jon Davis Shane Conlon Shane Conlon Jon Davis Shane Conlon Jared King Tanner Witt Jon Davis (GS) Shane Conlon Jared King Mitch Meyer Shane Conlon Shane Conlon Mitch Meyer Jared King Jared King Ross Kivett Jared King Mitch Meyer Austin Fisher Mitch Meyer Ross Kivett Ross Kivett Jared King

Gm. 1 3 5 8 8 10 10 15 15 21 23 29 32 32 32 32 33 36 36 37 38 39 41 50 51 51 59 59 63

Opponent High Point George Mason Kentucky Oakland Oakland Niagara Niagara Northern Colorado Northern Colorado Minnesota Bethune-Cookman Nebraska Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Iowa Iowa Iowa Wichita State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Kansas Kansas Kansas Wichita State Wichita State Oregon State

‘13 Long 18 16 15 12 12 10 10 8 8 5 4 3 3 2 1

Current 1 3 9 12 4 1 1 2 -

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‘13 Long 21 19 18 17 16 16 16 14 13 6 5 4 3 2 1

Current 1 1 9 9 6 1 2 13 2 1 2 -

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

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

TEAM HITTING STATISTICS Career 18 16 15 12 12 10 10 13 8 5 3 3 3 2 1

REACHED BASE STREAKS Name 7 Kivett 6 Davis 3 Fisher 9 DeBord 15 Conlon 24 King 28 Santigate 35 Meyer 5 Witt 8 Miles 34 Lovato 16 Goodwin 27 Speer 17 Dalrymple 10 Bee

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

GS - Grand Slam WO - Walk-Off

HITTING STREAKS Name 3 Fisher 24 King 15 Conlon 5 Witt 9 DeBord 28 Santigate 35 Meyer 7 Kivett 6 Davis 34 Lovato 8 Miles 27 Speer 16 Goodwin 17 Dalrymple 10 Bee

Pitcher Clapsaddle Hoffa Cody Paulson Jagielo Olver Olver Miller Hawkins Tukey Simpson King Drozd Bauder Brown Brown Bethard Hanse Martsching Kuebel Gardner Hursh Nurdin Taylor Piché Piché Mateychick Sanders Moore

Career 21 19 18 17 16 22 16 14 25 6 5 4 3 2 1

Home Away Neutral Wins Losses Non-Conf. Big 12 February March April May June Day Night Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday vs. Unranked vs. Ranked

G 34 23 7 45 19 40 24 6 22 18 13 5 39 25 1 8 5 4 17 16 13 48 16

Record 27-7 13-10 5-2 45-0 0-19 29-11 16-8 3-3 15-7 14-4 10-3 3-2 26-13 19-6 0-1 7-1 4-1 3-1 11-6 11-5 9-4 37-11 8-8

Avg. .333 .304 .332 .340 .281 .324 .328 .310 .325 .333 .327 .268 .323 .320 .324 .324 .291 .274 .338 .334 .308 .321 .325

2 4 2

3 6 4

AB 1120 829 250 1534 665 1378 821 210 739 627 455 168 1339 860 34 275 165 124 606 569 426 1639 560

R 242 125 45 339 73 280 132 31 152 113 92 24 267 145 3 60 30 15 115 108 81 328 84

H 373 252 83 521 187 447 261 65 240 209 149 45 433 275 11 89 48 34 205 190 131 526 182

2B 64 41 10 80 35 70 45 7 44 31 26 7 72 43 2 14 8 5 37 32 17 90 25

3B 14 13 1 24 4 18 10 2 13 8 5 0 15 13 0 6 3 1 9 3 6 26 2

HR 16 10 3 27 2 19 10 3 8 12 5 1 22 7 0 6 1 1 6 8 7 25 4

RBI 211 115 41 299 68 247 120 27 132 106 83 19 237 130 3 58 24 12 105 94 71 293 74

K-STATE WIN/LOSS MARGIN Win (45) Loss (19)

1 15 6

4 4 2

5 1 2

6 3 0

7 2 1

8 3 1

9 2 0

10+ 5 1

SB-ATT 66-92 28-48 5-12 83-124 16-28 79-115 20-37 7-15 45-65 32-47 13-18 2-7 75-108 24-44 0-1 20-27 11-15 3-7 21-29 25-39 19-34 83-122 16-30


MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS RELIEF EFFECTIVENESS

LAST HOME RUN Player 3 Fisher 5 Witt 6 Davis 7 Kivett 9 DeBord 15 Conlon 24 King 28 Santiagte 35 Meyer

Games 9 34 32 5 62 27 1 68 12

At-Bats 25 146 108 20 211 115 2 242 42

Date 5/11/13 4/2/13 4/6/13 5/31/13 5/17/12 4/13/13 6/9/13 4/28/12 5/11/13

PINCH HITTING Player 1 Wodtke 3 Fisher 8 Miles 10 Bee 16 Goodwin 17 Dalrymple 27 Speer 34 Lovato 35 Meyer

Avg. .000 .000 .286 .200 .200 .500 .111 .500 .2286

AB 4 1 7 5 5 6 9 2 14

H 0 0 2 1 1 3 1 1 4

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

RBI 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 5

TWO-OUT RBI Player 3 Fisher 5 Witt 6 Davis 7 Kivett 8 Miles 9 DeBord 15 Conlon 17 Dalrymple 24 King 27 Speer 28 Santigate 34 Lovato 35 Meyer

2013 17 15 9 18 4 11 9 1 12 0 13 3 12

Career 17 37 15 36 4 31 9 1 46 1 20 3 14

INFIELD HITS Player 3 Fisher 5 Witt 6 Davis 7 Kivett 8 Miles 9 DeBord 15 Conlon 16 Goodwin 17 Dalrymple 24 King 27 Speer 28 Santigate 34 Lovato 35 Meyer

Infield 3 9 2 12 2 3 4 1 3 7 2 12 1 4

Bunt 0 1 1 13 0 0 6 0 2 0 0 5 0 1

Total 3 10 3 25 2 3 10 1 5 7 2 17 1 5

INHERITED RUNNERS No. Scored

FIRST BATTERS Retired Faced

Pitcher

Sv

BlSv

Landon Busch Jake Doller Gerardo Esquivel Joe Flattery Jake Matthys Levi MaVorhis Blake McFadden Jared Moore Hayden Nixon Josh Smith Nate Williams Jordan Witcig Tanner Witt Matt Wivinis TEAM

1 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 19

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

Dec.

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

NP

Opponent

W W -

2.0 3.0 2.2 2.2 0.2 2.0 1.1 4.0 2.1 0.0 2.0 1.0 1.1 1.0 1.0

3 3 4 2 2 2 7 5 4 2 5 1 3 1 0

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

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

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1

1 2 1 3 0 1 1 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 1

32 49 50 48 14 21 40 66 35 6 32 25 32 26 22

Oregon State (6/9/13) Pacific (3/2/12) Oregon State (6/9/13) Oregon State (6/10/13) Kansas (5/12/13) Oregon State (6/8/13) Oregon State (6/9/13) Baylor (3/29/13) Wichita State (5/31/13) Oklahoma (5/19/13) West Virginia-2 (3/15/13) Oregon State (6/10/13) Oregon State (6/9/13) Kansas (5/12/13) Oregon State (6/10/13)

7 2 18 4 31 20 5 27 15 2 9 4 0 9 153

2 2 3 2 3 10 2 15 6 2 5 1 0 2 55

10 3 13 4 25 12 3 11 5 1 11 6 15 6 125

15 4 21 6 33 17 4 21 14 2 17 8 17 7 186

Pct.

Holds

.667 .750 .619 .667 .758 .706 .750 .524 .357 .500 .647 .750 .882 .857 .672

2 0 6 2 5 1 0 6 2 0 5 1 0 1 31

RELIEVER’S LAST APPEARANCE Pitcher Landon Busch Shane Conlon Jake Doller Gerardo Esquivel Joe Flattery Jake Matthys Levi MaVorhis Blake McFadden Jared Moore Hayden Nixon Josh Smith Nate Williams Jordan Witcig Tanner Witt Matt Wivinis

STARTER SUPPORT Pitcher Jake Doller Joe Flattery Jake Matthys Levi MaVorhis Blake McFadden Nate Williams Jordan Witcig Matt Wivinis

Starts

Runs

Runs/ Start

Club Record

Quality Starts*

9 13 1 6 13 7 1 14

64 71 3 52 73 42 6 101

7.1 4.5 3.0 8.7 5.6 6.0 6.0 8.2

7-2 9-4 0-1 6-0 10-3 3-4 0-1 10-4

1 3 0 0 1 4 0 4

* At least 6.0 IP and three or less earned runs allowed

PITCHING W-L BREAKDOWN Home Pitcher

W-L

Pct.

W-L

Road Pct.

Neutral W-L Pct.

Big 12 W-L Pct.

Jake Doller Gerardo Esquivel Joe Flattery Jake Matthys Levi MaVorhis Blake McFadden Jared Moore Hayden Nixon Nate Williams Matt Wivinis

2-2 1-0 4-1 5-0 2-0 3-2 2-0 0-0 2-2 6-0

.500 1.000 .800 1.000 1.000 .600 1.000 .000 .500 1.000

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

.000 .000 .250 .750 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000 .500 .000

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

0-2 0-1 1-1 5-0 2-0 3-1 1-0 0-0 1-1 3-2

.000 .500 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .000

.000 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .750 .000 .000 .500 .600

STARTER/BULLPEN BREAKDOWN Pitching

W-L

ERA

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

HR

B/Avg.

Starters Bullpen

23-15 22-4

4.42 3.40

291.0 278.0

298 271

170 117

143 105

100 87

193 188

13 17

.268 .256

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SUPERLATIVES TEAM GAME HIGHS Batting At Bats ______________________________________________________52, at Baylor (3/29) Runs Scored ______________________________________________20, vs. Wichita State (5/31) Hits ____________________________________________________19, vs. Wichita State (5/31) RBI ____________________________________________________18, vs. Wichita State (5/31) Doubles __________________________________________________________4, seven times Triples __________________________________________3, vs. Niagara (3/6) and at Texas (5/3) Home Runs __________________________________________________4, vs. Texas Tech (4/6) Walks____________________________________________________9, vs. Wichita State (5/31) Strikeouts ________________________________11, vs. Wichita State (4/9) an vs. Oklahoma (5/25) Sacrifice Hits ________________________________________________3, vs. Oklahoma (5/17) Sacrifice Flies ________________________________________________3, at Nebraska (4/24) Stolen Bases______________________________________________7, vs. Niagara (3/5 and 3/6) Hit by Pitch________________________________________________6, vs. Wichita State (5/31) Caught Stealing ________________3, vs. Nebraska (3/26), at Iowa (4/13) and at Oklahoma State (4/21) Runners LOB ________________________________________________14, at Nebraska (4/24) Hit into DP ________________________________________________________3, five times Fielding Putouts ______________________________________________________36, at Baylor (3/29) Assists ____________________________________________________17, at Creighton (4/30) Errors __________________________________________________________5, at Texas (5/4) Passed Balls ____________________________________2, at Baylor (3/29) and at Nebraska (4/24) DPs Turned ____________________________________________________3, vs. Cal Poly (3/8) Pitching Innings Pitched ________________________________________________12.0, at Baylor (3/29) Runs Allowed ______________________________13, vs. Cal Poly (3/8) and vs. West Virginia (3/15) Earned Runs Allowed ________________________________________13, vs. West Virginia (3/15) Walks Allowed ____________________________________9, at Baylor (3/29) and vs. Baylor (5/24) Strikeouts ______________________________________________15, vs. George Mason (2/17) Hits Allowed ________________________________________________21, at Oregon State (6/9) Wild Pitches ________________3, vs. West Virginia (3/15), vs. Nebraska (3/26) and at Nebraska (4/24) Hit Batters __________________________________________________________2, 12 times INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Batting At Bats ____________________________________________________________6, 13 times Runs Scored ____________________________4, Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt vs. Wichita State (5/31) Hits ______________________5, Shane Conlon vs. Kentucky (2/21) and Tanner Witt vs. Nebraska (4/2) RBI ________________________________________________5, Ross Kivett vs. Nebraska (3/26) Doubles __________________________________________________________2, eight times Triples ______________________________________________2, Ross Kivett at Creighton (4/30) Home Runs ________________________________________2, Ross Kivett vs. Wichita State (5/31) Total Bases ________________________________________10, Ross Kivett vs. Wichita State (5/31) Walks ____________________________________________________________3, five times Strikeouts ______________4, Jon Davis vs. High Point (2/15) and Mitch Meyer at Coastal Carolina (2/21) Sacrifice Hits ______________2, Shane Conlon vs. High Point (2/15) and Kyle Speer vs. Nebraska (3/26) Sacrifice Flies __________________________________________2, Jared King at Kansas (5/12) Stolen Bases ______3, Ross Kivett vs. Cal Poly (3/9) and Northern Colorado (3/12); Jared King at Iowa (4/14) Hit by Pitch ______________________________________________________2, seven times Caught Stealing __________2, Fisher vs. Nebraska (3/26), Davis at Baylor (3/29) and Kivett at Iowa (4/13) Runners LOB________________________________________7, Jared King vs. West Virginia (3/16) Fielding Putouts ____________________________________________19, RJ Santigate at Creighton (4/30) Assists ______________________________________________9, Ross Kivett at Creighton (4/30) Errors __________________________________________________________2, seven times Passed Balls __________________________2, Blair DeBord at Baylor (3/29) and at Nebraska (4/24) Pitching Innings Pitched __________9.0, Matt Wivinis vs. Cal Poly (3/9), Joe Flattery vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/22) Runs Allowed ________________________________________7, Joe Flattery at The Citadel (2/16) Earned Runs Allowed ____________________________________6, Matt Wivinis at Kansas (5/11) Hits Allowed ______________________________________11, Joe Flattery vs. West Virginia (3/15) Walks Allowed ________________________________5, Nate Williams vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/22) Strikeouts __7, Wivinis vs. George Mason (2/17), Flattery vs. Cal Poly (3/8) and Williams vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/22) Wild Pitches ____________2, Jake Matthys vs. West Virginia (3/15) and Nate Williams vs. Nebraska (4/2) Hit Batters ________________________________________________________2, eight times Miscellaneous Notes: Longest game, innings ____________________________________________13, at Baylor (3/29) Longest game, time ____________________________________________4:33 at Baylor (3/29) Shortest game, innings ________________7, vs. West Virginia (3/15) and vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/23) Shortest 9-inning game, time ______________________________1:55 vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/23) Longest winning streak __________________________________________________6 (twice) Longest losing streak ________________________________________________2 (five times) INNING-BY-INNING SUMMARY Inning 1 2 Kansas State 52 51 Opponents 39 23

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3 38 35

4 37 43

5 43 45

6 51 25

7 62 30

8 40 22

9 33 21

Ex 5 4

Total 412 287

ATTENDANCE Place Dates Total Average Home 30 42,379 1,412 Away 30 72,693 2,423 Total 60 115,072 1,917 Top Home Crowd: 3,866 vs. Texas Tech (4/5) Top Road Crowd: 6,064 at Texas (5/4) Top Neutral Crowd: 5182 vs. Oklahoma (5/25 in Oklahoma City, Okla.) THE LAST TIME... A K-State Hitter Had (Single Game)... Eight At-Bats ____________________________________________Four players, vs. Texas, 4/9/04 Seven At-Bats____________________________Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt, vs. Wichita State, 4/24/12 Six Hits ______________________________________________Jake Brown, vs. Hartford, 3/10/12 Five Hits ____________________________________________Tanner Witt, vs. Nebraska, 4/2/13 Four Hits ______________________________Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Five Runs ______________________________________Mike Kindel, vs. Western Michigan, 3/2/10 Four Runs ______________________________Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Three Doubles ________________________________________Drew Biery, vs. Texas Tech, 5/10/09 Two Doubles ________________________________________Ross Kivett, at Oregon State, 6/8/13 Two Triples __________________________________________Ross Kivett, at Creighton, 4/30/13 Two Grand Slams ______________________________________Todd Fereday, at Iowa State, 4/2/94 Grand Slam __________________________________________Jon Davis, vs. Texas Tech, 4/6/13 Hit For the Cycle ____________________________________Heath Schesser, vs. Bethany, 4/30/97 Nine RBI ________________________________________Drew Biery, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Seven RBI ______________________________________Jason King, vs. Northern Colorado, 3/30/11 Six RBI ________________________________________Jason King, vs. Northern Colorado, 3/30/11 Five RBI ____________________________________________Ross Kivett, vs. Nebraska, 3/26/13 10+ Total Bases ____________________________________Ross Kivett, vs. WIchita State, 5/31/13 Six Walks________________________________________Tanner Witt, vs. Nebraska Omaha, 5/5/12 Five Walks ______________________________________Tanner Witt, vs. Nebraska Omaha, 5/5/12 Four Walks ______________________________________Wade Hinkle, vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12 Three Walks ________________________________________Jared King, at Oregon State, 6/10/13 Four Strikeouts __________________________________Mitch Meyer, at Coastal Carolina, 2/21/13 Stole Home ______________________________________________Kent Urban, at BYU, 4/13/10 Three Stolen Bases ________________________________________Jared King, at Iowa, 4/14/13 Three Home Runs ________________________________Jared Goedert, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Two Home Runs ____________________________________Ross Kivett, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Two Home Runs in an Inning ________________________________Jeff Hulse, vs. Kansas, 4/16/88 Inside-the-Park Home Run __________________________________Dan Klein at Kansas, 5/22/11 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 ______________________Jared King and Wade Hinkle, vs. Kansas, 5/13/12 Pinch-Hit Home Run __________________________________Mitch Meyer, vs. Texas Tech, 4/6/13 Home Run from Both Sides __________________________________Brian Bobier, at Texas, 3/21/97 15-game hitting streak ________________________________________Austin Fisher (18), 2013 20-game hitting streak________________________________________Adam Muenster (25), 2010 Walk-Off Hit ________________________________________Austin Fisher, vs. Texas Tech, 4/5/13 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 ________________Jake Doller and Landon Busch, vs. Northern Colorado, 3/12/13 Two-Hitter __________________________________________Chase Mitchell, vs. Kansas, 4/29/05 Combined Three-Hitter ________ J. Doller, H. Nixon, G. Esquivel and J. Matthys at Wichita State (2), 4/16/13 Complete Game ____________________________Matt Wivinis, vs. Bethune-Cookman (7), 3/23/13 Nine-Inning Complete Game ______________________Joe Flattery, vs. Bethune-Cookman, 3/22/13 Complete Game Shutout ________________________Justin Lindsey, vs. Kent State (7 innings), 3/14/10 15+ Strikeouts____________________________________Derek Andersen (15), vs. Kansas, 5/1/99 10+ Strikeouts ______________________________Kayvon Bahramzadeh (11), at Oklahoma, 4/1/12 A K-State Team (Single Game)... Scored 30+ Runs____________________________________________30, vs. St. Francis, 3/6/05 Scored 25+ Runs ______________________________________27, vs. Western Michigan, 3/2/10 Scored 20+ Runs ________________________________________20, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Had 25+ Hits ________________________________________26, vs. North Dakota State, 3/14/05 Had 20+ Hits ______________________________________________20, at Texas A&M, 3/16/12 Had 10 Doubles ____________________________________________10, vs. St. Francis, 3/6/05 Had Three Triples __________________________________________________at Texas, 5/3/13 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. Texas Tech, 4/5/13 Two Grand Slams ______________________________________________vs. Nebraska, 4/10/10 Had 10+ Walks ________________________________________14, vs. Nebraska Omaha, 5/5/12 Stole 10+ Bases __________________________________________12, vs. Long Island, 3/11/11 Had a Shut Out ________________________________________vs. Bethune-Cookman, 3/22/13 Had Two or Less Hits ______________________________________2, at Oklahoma State, 4/29/11 Struck Out 15 batters ____________________________________15, vs. George Mason, 2/17/13 Was Shut Out – Overall ____________________________________vs. Northern Colorado, 3/13/13 Was Shut Out – At Home __________________________________vs. Northern Colorado, 3/13/13 Was Shut Out – On the Road ________________________________________at Missouri, 4/22/12 Played a 20-Inning Game ____________________________________________vs. Texas, 4/9/04 Defeated a Ranked Opponent __________________________________at #3 Oregon State, 6/8/13 Defeated a No. 1-Ranked Team ______________________________________vs. #1 Texas, 5/7/10


BIG 12 REVIEW FINAL 2013 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STANDINGS School xy-K-State x-Oklahoma State x-West Virginia xz-Oklahoma x-Baylor x-Kansas x-TCU x-Texas Tech Texas

W 16 13 13 13 12 12 12 9 7

Conference L T 8 0 10 0 11 0 11 0 11 0 12 0 12 0 15 0 17 0

Pct. .667 .565 .542 .542 .522 .500 .500 .375 .292

W 45 41 33 43 27 34 29 26 27

BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Overall L T 19 0 19 0 26 0 21 0 28 0 25 0 28 0 30 0 24 0

Pct. .703 .683 .559 .672 .491 .576 .509 .464 .529

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

Date 2/18 2/25 3/4 3/11 3/18 3/25 4/1 4/8 4/15 4/22 4/29 5/6 5/13 5/20

Player Matt Oberste, OU Matt Oberste, OU Cal Towey, BU Michael Suiter, KU Zach Fish, OSU Tanner Witt, KSU Grayson Porter, BU Jon Davis, KSU Cal Towey, BU Robbie Rea, OSU Lawton Langford, BU Matt Frazer, WVU Gage Green, OSU Mitch Meyer, KSU

Pitcher Dillon Overton, OU Trey Masek, TTU Max Garner, BU Jonathan Gray, OU Jonathan Gray, OU Harrison Musgrave, WVU Jonathan Gray, OU Dillon Peters, UT Dillon Overton, OU Harrison Musgrave, WVU Harrison Musgrave, WVU Mark Robinette, OSU Harrison Musgrave, WVU Tyler Nurdin, OSU

Newcomer Tanner Krietemeier, OSU Jacob Rice, WVU Boomer White, TCU Devon Conley, TTU Jonny Drozd, TTU Jacob Evans, OU Jake Barrios, TTU Jordan Piche, KU Jordan Piche, KU Jake Matthys, KSU Tyler Nurdin, OSU Jordan Piche, KU Hector Lorenzana, OU Jake Matthys, KSU

2013 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma City, Okla. THURSDAY, MAY 23 Game 1: Oklahoma 2, Baylor 0 Game 2: K-State 4, Texas Tech 3 Game 3: Kansas 7, West Virginia 2 Game 4: TCU 8, Oklahoma State 4

SATURDAY, MAY 25 Game 9: Texas Tech 8, Baylor 2 Game 10: Oklahoma 7, K-State 6 (11 inn.) Game 11: West Virginia 6, Oklahoma State 5 (10 inn.) Game 12: Kansas 4, TCU 0

FRIDAY, MAY 24 Game 5: Oklahoma 8, Texas Tech 0 Game 6: K-State 13, Baylor 9 Game 7: West Virginia 10, TCU 3 Game 8: Kansas 5, Oklahoma State 3

SUNDAY, MAY 26 Championship Game Game 13: Oklahoma 7, Kansas 2

*Format changed from double-elimination to pool play due to devastating tornado in Moore, Okla. Teams with best record in respective pool met in championship game.

BIG 12 ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM 1B: Matt Oberste, Oklahoma 2B: Hector Lorenzana, Oklahoma SS: Kevin Kuntz, Kansas 3B: Garrett Carey, Oklahoma C: Anthony Hermelyn, Oklahoma OF: Max White, Oklahoma OF: Jacob Rice, West Virginia OF: Michael Suiter, Kansas DH: Connor McKay, Kansas P: Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma P: Jordan Piche, Kansas P: Trevor Seidenberger, TCU Most Outstanding Player: Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma

2013 COACHES ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE TEAMS First Team IF- Cal Towey, Baylor IF- Shane Conlon, K-State IF- Austin Fisher, K-State IF- Ross Kivett, K-State IF- Matt Oberste, Oklahoma C- Blair DeBord, K-State OF- Jared King, K-State OF- Zach Fish, Oklahoma OF- Mark Payton, Texas DH- Nathan Orf, Baylor UTL- Tanner Witt, K-State SP- Jonathan Gray, Oklahoma SP- Preston Morrison, TCU SP- Harrison Musgrave, West Virginia RP- Jordan Piche, Kansas RP- Jake Matthys, K-State RP- Vince Wheeland, Oklahoma State

Second Team IF- Lawton Langford, Baylor IF- Tanner Krietemeier, Oklahoma State IF- Jantzen White, TCU IF- Jake Barrios, Texas Tech IF- Ryan McBroom, West Virginia C- Victor Romero, Oklahoma State OF- Michael Suiter, Kansas OF- Craig Aikin, Oklahoma OF- Max White, Oklahoma DH- Matt Frazer, West Virginia UTL- Randy McCurry, Oklahoma State SP- Dillon Overton, Oklahoma SP- Jason Hursh, Oklahoma State SP- Dillon Peters, Texas RP- Crayton Bare, Baylor RP- Jacob Evans, Oklahoma RP- Alex Young, TCU

All-Freshman Team Jake Matthys,P, K-State Levi MaVorhis, P, K-State Craig Aikin, OF, Oklahoma Jacob Evans, P, Oklahoma Ralph Garza, Jr., P, Oklahoma Anthony Hermelyn, C, Oklahoma Donnie Walton, IF, Oklahoma State Riley Ferrell, P, TCU Boomer White, OF, TCU Alex Young, P, TCU C.J. Hinojosa, IF, Texas Jarrard Poteete, DH, Texas Tech

Honorable Mention Baylor - Max Garner, RHP; Jake Miller, IF; Dillon Newman, RHP; Grayson Porter, OF Kansas - Alex DeLeon, IF; Kaiana Eldredge, C; Kevin Kuntz, IF; Justin Protacio, IF; Dakota Smith, OF; Thomas Taylor, RHP Kansas State - Jon Davis, OF Oklahoma - Anthony Hermelyn, C; Jack Mayfield, IF Oklahoma State - Brendan McCurry, UTL; Tyler Nurdin, LHP; Mark Robinette, RHP; Saulyer Saxon, OF; Donnie Walton, IF Texas - Ty Marlow, IF, RHP Texas Tech - Jarrard Poteete, DH; Trey Masek, RHP West Virginia - Bobby Boyd, OF; Billy Fleming, IF; Alan Filauro, C; Jacob Rice, OF; Brady Wilson, OF; Ryan Tuntland, IF

Player of the Year: Ross Kivett, K-State; Pitcher of the Year: Harrison Musgrave, West Virginia; Freshman of the Year: Jake Matthys, K-State Newcomer of the Year: Jordan Piche, Kansas; Coach of the Year: Brad Hill, K-State

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Jon

other occasions - April 18 vs. Northern Colorado, May 13 vs. Kansas and May 19 vs. Texas Tech... Also had two RBI in the game against the Jayhawks and two more against No. 5 Baylor on April 15... Stole a pair of bases in his two-hit game against the Red Raiders... Hit his first career home run against No. 6 Baylor in the Big 12 Championship on May 25.

DAVIS

PALOMAR COLLEGE Started one season for the Comets under head coach Buck Taylor... Earned First Team AllPacific Coast Conference honors... Hit .331 with seven doubles and 15 RBI, while he led the squad with 28 runs scored and 10 stolen bases... Tied for fifth in the conference in runs scored and tied for sixth in stolen bases... Helped lead Palomar to a 28-11 record, including a 19-6 record in conference play to win the Pacific Coast Conference... Led team to a Southern California Super Regional appearance, going 4-for-7 with two doubles, a RBI and four runs scored during the first round of the playoffs... Also went 3-for-4 with a walk in the Comets' conference-winning game earlier in the season.

OF/INF • 5-10 • 175 • S/R • 2L Juneau, Alaska (Palomar College)

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

Highs 5 4 4 3 1 2 2 4

Opponent (last time) 12 times (vs. Baylor) twice (at Oklahoma State) twice (vs. Wichita State) four times (vs. Wichita State) six times (vs. Texas Tech) six times (vs. Nebraska) twice (at Iowa) vs. High Point

Date 5/24/13 4/20/13 5/31/13 5/31/13 4/6/13 4/2/13 4/14/13 2/15/13

CAL STATE FULLERTON Played his true freshman year at Cal State Fullerton under head coach Dave Serano... Helped the Titans win the Big West Conference and advance to a Super Regional... Played in three games, going 1-for-3.

VISTA HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years for the Panthers under head coach Rick Lepire... Helped the squad earn four straight playoff appearances... Played in 17 games as a senior and hit .326 with five RBI to help team to a 25-12 record... A honorable mention all-league pick as a junior in 2008 after hitting .327 with a homer and 18 RBI... Also hit .310 with three homers and 22 RBI as a sophomore.

CAREER HONORS • 2013 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 • Big 12 Player of the Week (4/8/13)

2013 [SENIOR] Started 63 of the team’s 64 games, including 41 in right field... Hit .302 with 14 doubles, four triples, five home runs and 42 RBI - all career highs - en route to Honorable Mention All-Big 12 accolades... Continued his great hitting against Big 12 competition as he held a .338 average with a grand slam and 14 RBI to finish his career with a .359 Big 12-only batting average... Reached base via a hit, walk or hit-by-pitch in 54 games and did so in 84 of his final 96 games... Finished second in school history in games played and started, and also finished second in single-season hit-by-pitch with 21... Career HBP total of 34 ranks third in school history... Was one of seven players that had more than 20 multi-hit games, while he tied for team-high honors with 12 multi-RBI games... Notched a careerhigh four hits on two occasions - April 6 against Texas Tech when we went 4-for-4 with a grand slam and April 20 at Oklahoma State when he was 4-for-5 with two doubles and two RBI... Other career four-RBI game was in the opener of the NCAA Manhattan Regional against Wichita State when he went 2-for-3 with a double, four RBI and three runs... Also had three RBI at Nebraska on April 24 and against Baylor in the Big 12 Championship on May 24... Registered three-hit games against George Mason (2/27), Baylor (3/29) and Wichita State (4/16).

PERSONAL Jonathan Asejo Davis was born Sept. 6, 1990, in Juneau, Alaska... Son of Will and Teresa Davis... Has one brother, Jordan... Majoring in social science.

2012 [JUNIOR] Saw time in 43 games, including starts in each of the final 33 games... Hit .316 overall with six doubles, one homer and 15 RBI, but was especially good in Big 12 play as he finished second in the conference with a .387 average... Led the team with a .357 mark over the final 33 games after hitting recording just one hit in his first 18 at-bats... Reached base via a hit, walk or hit-by-pitch in 30 of the final 33 games... Was also hit by 12 pitches during the season, which is tied for eighth in school history... Jump-started his season during a pair of starts at No. 24 Oklahoma when he went 5-for-8 with three doubles and a game-tying RBI on March 31, a game in which the Wildcats won in extra innings... Collected a season-high three hits in the series finale against the Sooners, a mark he tied on three

DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

AVG .316 .302 .307

G-GS 43-36 63-63 106-99

AB 133 212 345

R 17 49 66

H 42 64 106

2B 6 14 20

3B 0 4 4

HR 1 5 6

RBI 15 42 57

TB 51 101 152

SLUG .383 .476 .441

SB-A 13 30 43

SO 13 21 34

BB 35 50 85

HBP .422 .428 .426

SF 2 6 8

SH 4 1 5

OB% 9-11 10-17 19-28

PO 53 102 155

A 3 10 13

E 3 1 4

FLD .949 .991 .977

AB 62 80 142

R 8 14 22

H 24 27 51

2B 6 9 15

3B 0 2 2

HR 0 1 1

RBI 7 14 21

TB 30 43 73

SLUG .484 .538 .514

SB-A 6 11 17

SO 3 8 11

BB 15 17 32

HBP .458 .460 .459

SF 1 1 2

SH 2 1 3

OB% 4-5 2-6 6-11

PO 26 44 70

A 1 9 10

E 3 0 3

FLD .900 1.000 .964

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

AVG .387 .338 .359 56

G-GS 18-17 24-24 42-41


DRAFTED/GRADUATED PLAYERS on three hits with a walk and a strikeout... Set season high with three strikeouts against Cal State Bakersfield on May 4.

36 DOLLER Jake

2010 [FRESHMAN] Saw time in 16 games, all as a reliever... Was 0-1 with a 7.13 ERA... Took the loss in his first career outing against East Tennessee State, allowing four runs on six hits with no walks and one strikeout... Was able to bounce back as he did not allow an earned run in his next four appearances, which spanned six innings... Allowed just one hit in 1.1 innings, while striking out four... Also collected two strikeouts against St. Bonaventure and Chicago State on April 28... Teamed with Matt Applegate, Tyler Sturges and Jake Doller to limit the Cougars to three hits, the first combined three-hitter since 2007.

RHP • 6-3 • 200 • R/R • 4L Lake Waukomis, Mo. (Rockhurst HS)

CAREER HIGHS

ROCKHURST HIGH SCHOOL

Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 7.0 7 6 6 4 6

Opponent (last time) vs. Northern Colorado at San Diego at San Diego at San Diego twice (at Wichita State) three times (vs. Minnesota)

Date 3/12/13 2/24/12 2/24/12 2/24/12 4/16/13 3/19/13

Lettered for the Hawkletts under head coach Jim DeGraw... A second team all-state 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... Son of Jeff and Nancy Doller... Has one sibling, Mackenzie... Majoring in social science.

CAREER HONORS • 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12

2013 [SENIOR] Went 2-3 with a career-low 3.54 ERA in 13 games, including nine starts... Found a role as the team’s midweek starter for the first eight weeks of the season... Held a 2-1 record and a 2.41 ERA in those eight games while striking out 27 of his 29 batters on the year... Earned the win on March 5 against Niagara after allowing an unearned run on four hits in five innings of work before tossing seven scoreless innings and surrendering only one hit in seven innings the next week against Northern Colorado... Suffered the loss against Minnesota on March 19 despite not allowing an earned run over 5.2 innings... Set a career high with six strikeouts in those three contests... Did not allow a hit in three innings of a start at Wichita State, but was lifted due to four walks... Saved K-State’s bullpen in the Corvallis Super Reigonal when he allowed just one run on four hits in 2.2 innings against Oregon State.

2012 [JUNIOR] Was used out the bullpen on 18 occasions, recording a 1-1 record with one save... Did not allow an earned run eight times, while he set a career high with five strikeouts twice... Lasted a season-long 2.2 innings on March 10 against Hartford as he struck out five batters and picked up his first career save... Earned the win against Northern Colorado on April 17 when he allowed two runs over two innings, a game in which K-State won in the bottom of the ninth... Tossed 2.1 scoreless innings, working around one hit and a walk with three strikeouts against Nebraska on April 3... Allowed just one hit and tied his career high in strikeouts in a 2.1-inning outing against Oklahoma State on April 28.

2011 [SOPHOMORE] Pitched in 16 games, all out of the bullpen... Went 1-0 with a 6.11 ERA, allowing 12 earned runs on 22 hits with six walks and 10 strikeouts in 17.2 innings... Picked up the win against Nebraska on March 16 when he allowed one run on four hits with two strikeouts in 2.2 innings... Also pitched a scoreless inning at Cal State Bakersfield on April 26... Best game of the season was at No. 19 Oklahoma State when he tossed 4.0 innings, allowing one run

DOLLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

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

ERA 7.13 6.11 8.25 3.54 5.76

SV 0 0 1 0 1

G-GS 16-0 16-0 18-0 13-9 63-9

CG 0 0 0 0 0

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

IP 17.2 17.2 24.0 40.2 100.0

H 29 22 28 33 112

R 16 14 22 21 73

ER 14 12 22 16 64

BB 7 6 18 22 53

SO 16 10 24 29 79

2B 7 5 6 9 27

3B 1 1 1 1 4

HR 5 2 2 1 10

B/AVG .382 .314 .292 .221 .286

WP 3 6 5 5 19

HBP 3 6 2 2 13

BK 0 0 0 0 0

SFA 2 2 0 2 6

SHA 2 2 2 1 7

SV 0 0 0 0 0

G-GS 5-0 5-0 6-0 2-1 18-1

CG 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

IP 3.2 6.1 6.0 2.1 18.1

H 7 6 7 3 23

R 6 7 8 5 26

ER 6 7 8 5 26

BB 3 2 8 4 17

SO 3 2 10 0 15

2B 2 0 2 1 5

3B 0 1 1 0 2

HR 3 1 0 1 5

B/AVG .412 .250 .318 .300 .315

WP 1 2 4 1 8

HBP 1 5 2 0 8

BK 0 0 0 0 0

SFA 0 1 0 0 1

SHA 0 0 2 0 2

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2

ERA 14.73 9.95 12.00 19.29 12.76

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DRAFTED/GRADUATED PLAYERS he allowed another three runs in 6.2 innings against Kansas on May 12... Best performance of the year came in a complete game at Texas Tech on May 18 when he allowed one run on six hits with a walk and five strikeouts... It was K-State’s first nine-inning complete game since 2009 and his performance earned him Big 12 Newcomer of the Week honors.

32 FLATTERY Joe

IOWA CENTRAL CC Played two seasons for the Tritons under head coach Rick Peterson... Held a career 14-8 record and a 3.03 ERA, while he totaled 131 strikeouts... Ranks second in school history with 13 career complete games, sixth in career strikeouts and wins, and seventh in career ERA... Led team to a top-five national ranking and a 48-10 mark in 2010, going 8-5 with a 3.33 record... Tallied seven complete games and one save with 29 walks and 58 strikeouts... Came back the next season to help squad finish with a 39-15 mark as he went 63 with a 2.73 ERA and six complete games, while striking out 73 and walking 16... His 73 strikeouts are tied for the ninth-most in school history.

RHP • 6-3 • 195 • L/L • 2L Fort Dodge, Iowa (Iowa Central CC)

CAREER HIGHS Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 9.0 11 7 5 4 7

Opponent (last time) twice (vs. Bethune-Cookman) vs. West Virginia at The Citadel twice (at The Citadel) at Missouri twice (vs. Cal Poly)

Date 3/22/13 3/15/13 2/16/13 2/16/13 4/21/12 3/8/13

ST. EDMOND HIGH SCHOOL

CAREER HONORS

Lettered four years for the Gales under head coach Aaron Davidson and Joe Shanks... Earned one first team all-state designation... Held a career 11-10 record and a 1.40 ERA... Led team to a 35-3 record and a state championship as a senior... Also lettered in basketball, football and track... Was a third-team all-state player in basketball, an all-district performer in football and a state champion in the 4x800, 4x200 and 4x400.

• 2013 MLB Free Agent Signee (Detroit [6/19/13]) • Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (5/21/12)

PERSONAL

2013 [SENIOR] Served time as a starter and a reliever, finding success in both roles... Became K-State’s top starting pitching towards the end of the year as he won games against No. 19 Oklahoma and No. 30 Bryant in the NCAA Manhattan Regional before throwing well against No. 3 Oregon State in the NCAA Corvallis Super Reigonal... Tossed 5.1 scoreless innings with no walks and four strikeouts against the Sooner and surrendered only one run on seven hits with three fanned batters against Bryant... Took a no decision against the Beavers after allowing two runs on four hits with three strikeouts in five innings of a game K-State eventually won in extra innings... Earned his first win of the year against No. 21 Cal Poly on March 8 when he allowed two runs on six hits with a career-high tying seven strikeouts in 7.2 innings... Worked his second career complete game against Bethune-Cookman on March 22 when he allowed two runs on four hits with no walks and five strikeouts... Shined out of the bullpen during the middle portion of the season, compiling a 1-0 record with a 1.54 ERA, 10 walks and just two strikeouts in six outings out of the bullpen... Earned a win in relief at Creighton on April 30 when he tossed two innings... Also allowed just one unearned run in 3.2 innings at Texas.

Joseph David Flattery was born Sept. 30, 1990, in Fort Dodge, Iowa... Son of Dave and Debbie Flattery... Has four siblings, Andy, Tim, Neil and Megan... Majoring in economics.

2012 [JUNIOR] A regular weekend starter that earned a 6-4 record with a 4.37 ERA in 16 appearances, including 15 starts... His ERA was tops among K-State’s starters, while he limited opponents to a .278 batting average... Saved his best pitching for the end of the season as he allowed three or fewer earned runs in six or more innings during each of his final three starts of the regular season... Earned his first win at San Diego State on Feb. 25, when he allowed three earned runs on six hits in 5.1 innings... Followed that up with two more victories when he allowed just one run in five innings against Pacific on March 3, and one run in 6.1 innings with a season-high seven strikeouts against Hartford on March 10... Took a no decision at Missouri on April 21 after tossing 5.2 scoreless innings with four strikeouts... Started his dominating stretch run of the season on May 5 against Nebraska Omaha when he lasted seven innings, allowing three runs with five strikeouts, to pick up the win, while

FLATTERY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

W-L 6-4 5-4 11-8

ERA 4.37 3.86 4.11

SV 0 0 0

G-GS 16-15 19-13 35-28

CG 1 1 2

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

IP 80.1 79.1 159.2

H 83 85 168

R 44 41 85

ER 39 34 73

BB 23 20 43

SO 59 52 111

2B 13 11 24

3B 1 4 5

HR 2 4 6

B/AVG .278 .276 .277

WP 1 5 6

HBP 4 5 9

BK 2 0 2

SFA 3 3 6

SHA 3 4 7

SV 0 0 0

G-GS 8-8 9-5 17-13

CG 1 0 1

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

IP 42.2 31.2 74.1

H 43 40 83

R 22 18 40

ER 19 13 32

BB 13 7 20

SO 31 21 52

2B 6 6 12

3B 0 3 3

HR 2 1 3

B/AVG .272 .303 .286

WP 0 2 2

HBP 2 2 4

BK 1 0 1

SFA 0 2 2

SHA 2 2 4

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

W-L 1-3 1-1 2-4 58

ERA 4.01 3.69 3.87


DRAFTED/GRADUATED PLAYERS 2012 [SOPHOMORE] The Big 12 regular-season batting champion with a .378 average, earning First Team American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) All-Region and Second Team All-Big 12 honors... Ranked second in the league with a .377 overall batting average... Registered 15 doubles, four triples, seven home runs and 47 RBI to go along with 31 walks and 16 stolen bases... Finished third in the conference in total bases (127) and slugging percentage (.577), fourth in hits (83), fifth in triples and ninth in runs scored (49) and home runs... Also led the league in walks during Big 12 play with 16... Paced the team in multi-hit games (27) and multi-RBI games (12), marks that ranked third and ninth in the Big 12, respectively... Was second on the team with 18 two-out RBI... Held a team-best 11-game hitting streak from April 28 to May 18, hitting .500 (21-of-42) during that stretch... Tied his career high of four hits on two occasions - at San Diego State on Feb. 25 and against Sacred Heart on April 7... Also had fourRBI contests against the Aztecs and against Nebraska Omaha on May 4... Tallied three hits and three RBI with his first home run of the year on March 3 against Pacific... Carded a two-run homer at Minnesota on March 14 before another homer and two RBI on March 17 at No. 8 Texas A&M... Earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors on May 7 after going 10-for-16 with two doubles, a triple, a home run, 12 RBI and seven runs scored against Wichita State (May 1) and Nebraska Omaha (May 4-6)... Homered and drove in two runs against KU on May 13... Drove in three runs on three hits at Texas Tech on May 17... Collected two hits, including a triple, with a RBI against Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Championship on May 24... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 selection.

24 KING Jared

OF • 6-1 • 200 • S/L • 3L Dublin, Ohio (Jerome HS)

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

Highs 6 4 4 3 2 3 3 3

Opponent (last time) four times (vs. Oklahoma) five times (at Iowa) five times (vs. Bethune-Cookman) seven times (vs. Baylor) at CSU Bakersfield twice (at Oregon State) at Iowa three times (vs. Baylor)

Date 5/25/13 4/14/13 3/2/13 5/24/413 4/26/11 6/10/13 4/14/13 4/13/12

2011 [FRESHMAN] Had a stellar rookie campaign, earning Freshman All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball, while he was named a Second Team All-Big 12 performer and earned a spot on the Big 12 All-Freshman team... Was the first Wildcat freshman named either first- or second-team all-conference since Andy Replogle in 1973... Played in 50 games with 48 starts, hitting .307 with 12 doubles, two triples, eight home runs and 40 RBI... Also went 13-for-16 on the base paths... Tied for eighth in the Big 12 and was second on the team in home runs... Also ranked sixth in the league slugging percentage (.534)... Hit .333 (28-for-84) against Big 12 competition to rank 11th in the league, while he was sixth in Big 12 only RBI (20) and slugging percentage (.571), and tied for seventh in Big 12 only stolen bases (6)... Ranked third on the team with 16 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games... Also had 16 two-out RBI to rank third on the squad... Began his career with a seven game hitting streak, going 11-for-28 (.393) with two doubles, one triple and seven RBI during that stretch... The streak included three two-hit games to begin the year... Was 3-for-4 with a double and a season high four RBI against Northern Colorado on March 30... Helped K-State top No. 5 Texas A&M on April 3 when he went 2-for4 with a double, a home run and three RBI... Tallied a season-high four hits - including a pair of home runs - against Cal State Bakersfield on April 26... Also had four hits against New Orleans on May 15... Went 3-for-6 with a pair of two-RBI doubles to help defeat KU on May 20... His first double got KState to within a run at 8-7, while his second tied the game at 9-9 in the eighth.

CAREER HONORS •2013 MLB Draft Pick (New York Mets, Fifth Round) •2013 Perfect Game Second Team All-American •2013 ABCA Second Team All-Midwest Region •2013 Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year •2013 All-Big 12 First Team •2013 NCAA Manhattan All-Regional Team •2013 First Team Academic All-Big 12 •2013 Golden Spikes Award Watch List •2012 ABCA First Team All-Midwest Region •2012 All-Big 12 Second Team •2012 First Team Academic All-Big 12 •Big 12 Player of the Week (5/7/12) •2011 Freshman All-American (Collegiate Baseball) •2011 Second Team All-Big 12 •2011 Big 12 All-Freshman Team •Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (4/11/11) •Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (5/9/11)

JEROME HIGH SCHOOL Lettered for the Celtics under head coach Chris Huesman... Named the Ohio Division I Player of the Year in 2010 as he led his team to a 23-7 record and a sectional championship... Rated the 13th-best player in the state of Ohio by Perfect Game Crosschecker, was the Ohio Capital Conference Player of the Year, the Division I Central District Player of the Year, earned first team all-state honors from the Columbus Dispatch and was a 2010 Under Armour Preseason All-American... Hit .574 (58-for-101) as a senior with 15 doubles, one triple, five home runs and 26 RBI... Broke the single-season school records for batting average (previously held by former Wildcat and brother Jason King at .477), hits, runs scored (41), doubles, on-base percentage (.632) and slugging percentage (.891)... Also earned first team all-conference and first team all-district honors as a sophomore and junior.

2013 [SENIOR] Turned into one of Kansas State’s greatest all-time players... Was a mainstay in the middle of the batting order and hit .335 with 16 doubles, two triples, seven home runs and a career-high 53 RBI en route to Second Team All-America honors from Perfect Game... Was also named an American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Second Team All-Midwest Region selection, an All-Big 12 First Team performer and the 2013 Big 12 co-Scholar Athlete of the Year... Stamped his name on the K-State record book by ranking seventh in career sacrifice flies (12), ninth in career extra-base hits (73) and 10th in career home runs (22)... Was one of seven players with more than 20 multi-hit games as he finished with 23... Also tied for team-high honors with 12 multi-RBI games... Tied his career high in hits with four at Iowa on April 14, a game in which he also set a new career high in steals with three... Tied his careerhigh in RBI with four against Bethune-Cookman on March 22... Also had three-hit games against Bethune-Cookman (3/22), Nebraska (3/26), Wichita State (4/9) and at Nebraska (4/24), while he had three-RBI contests at The Citadel (2/16), against Bethune-Cookman (3/22), at Wichita State (4/16), Nebraska (4/24) and against TCU (4/26)... Hit an eventual game-winning solo home run at Oklahoma State on April 21... Was named to the NCAA Manhattan All-Regional Team as he made a game-changing and inning-ending diving catch against Bryant before hitting a two-run double the next half inning.

PERSONAL Jared Franklin King was born October 12, 1991, in Columbus, Ohio... Son of Jeff and the late Susan King... Older brother, Jason, was a three-year letterwinner at K-State and was drafted in the fourth round of the 2011 MLB Draft by Detroit... Majoring in business administration.

KING’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

AVG .307 .377 .335 .342

G-GS 50-48 56-56 59-59 165-163

AB 176 220 218 614

R 34 49 52 135

H 54 83 73 210

2B 12 15 16 43

3B 2 4 2 8

HR 8 7 7 22

RBI 40 47 53 140

TB 94 127 114 335

SLUG .534 .577 .523 .546

SB-A 15 31 34 80

SO 3 2 11 16

BB 32 29 22 83

HBP .365 .453 .439 .424

SF 3 3 6 12

SH 7 2 1 10

OB% 13-16 16-20 14-19 43-55

PO 80 134 142 356

A 0 1 2 3

E 2 3 3 8

FLD .976 .978 .980 .978

AB 84 90 88 262

R 13 17 19 49

H 28 29 27 84

2B 8 3 5 16

3B 0 1 0 1

HR 4 3 2 9

RBI 20 13 16 49

TB 48 43 38 129

SLUG .571 .478 .432 .492

SB-A 5 16 13 34

SO 1 1 5 7

BB 13 17 8 38

HBP .374 .422 .417 .406

SF 1 2 2 5

SH 4 1 1 6

OB% 6-8 5-6 1-5 12-19

PO 46 62 63 171

A 0 1 1 2

E 1 0 2 3

FLD .979 1.000 .970 .983

BIG 12 STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

AVG .333 .322 .307 .321

G-GS 24-23 24-24 24-24 72-71

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DRAFTED/GRADUATED PLAYERS

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first ever Super Regional game at No. 3 Oregon State on June 8... Pitched one inning in all 17 of his outings... Struck out a season-high three batters against George Mason on February 17... Also had two-strikeout games against Oakland (3/2), West Virginia (3/15) and Nebraska (3/26).

Tanner

2012 [JUNIOR] Played in 54 games with 52 starts, mainly at a corner outfield spot, as he earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors... Hit .310 with nine doubles, three triples and 21 RBI to go along with 20 steals, 40 walks and 48 runs scored... Also reached base at a .444 clip... Finished fifth in the Big 12 in walks, sixth in stolen bases, seventh in on-base percentage and 10th in runs scored... Set a K-State record with six walks in a game against Nebraska Omaha on May 5, a mark that tied the Big 12 record, while he scored a career-best four runs in the contest... His six-walk game against the Mavericks was part of a 10-walk effort over the three-game series... Also tied a school record with four steals against Hartford on March 10, which was the most in the Big 12 during the year and one shy of the conference record... Finished fourth on the team with 17 multi-hit games, while he had a team-best streak of 25-straight games reaching base safely from March 2 to April 11... Was second on the team with 10 infield singles... Tied a career best with three hits on four occasions - at Minnesota on April 13, at No. 8 Texas A&M on March 16, against Sacred Heart on April 5 and against No. 5 Baylor on April 14... Doubled and drove in two runs against the Gophers on March 13, while he tied a career high with four RBI against the Aggies on March 16... Drove in the game-winning run on March 31 against No. 24 Oklahoma in the top of the ninth inning... Also saw his first career action on the mound in 2012, making eight appearances out of the bullpen... Did not surrender an earned run over nine innings, while he limited opponents to a .194 batting average (6-for-31)... Tossed two scoreless innings in three-straight outings - at Missouri State on April 11, against Northern Colorado on April 17 and in a non-conference game at Kansas on April 25... Did not allow a hit in his appearance against the Bears, while he tallied a season-best three strikeouts against the Jayhawks... Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 accolades.

WITT

OF/RHP • 5-11 • 185 • R/R • 4L Hawthorn Woods, Ill. (Lake Zurich HS)

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

Highs 7 5 4 4 1 6 4 3

Opponent (last time) vs. Wichita State vs. Nebraska three times (vs. Nebraska) twice (vs. Wichita State) three times (vs. Nebraska) vs. Nebraska Omaha vs. Hartford three times (at The Citadel)

Date 4/24/12 4/2/13 4/2/13 5/31/13 4/2/13 5/5/12 3/10/12 2/16/13

Opponent (last time) three times (at Kansas) vs. Nebraska three times (at Creighton) three times (at Creighton) at Kansas twice (vs. George Mason)

Date 4/25/12 3/26/13 4/30/13 4/30/13 4/25/12 2/17/13

CAREER HIGHS (PITCHING) Category Innings Pitched Hits Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts

Highs 2.0 4 2 2 4 3

2011 [SOPHOMORE] Played in 58 games with 51 starts, mainly at shortstop... Hit .241 (48-of-199) with four doubles, a triple and 18 RBI... Was also 14-of-16 in stolen base attempts... Five of his 14 stolen bases came in Big 12 play to tie for 10th in the league... Ranked fourth on the squad in multi-hit games (15) and infield hits (7)... Also tallied 10 multi-RBI contests... Recorded a pair of three-hit games - at No. 21 Baylor on March 27 and at Nebraska on April 17... Tied his season high in RBI with two against both Western Illinois on March 6 and Missouri on May 8... Set career high in runs scored with three against the Leathernecks on March 6.

CAREER HONORS •2013 All-Big 12 First Team •2013 NCAA Manhattan All-Regional Team •2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 •2013 John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Watch List •Big 12 Player of the Week (3/25/13) •2012 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 •2012 Second Team Academic All-Big 12

2010 [FRESHMAN] Appeared in 36 games, including 19 starts, mainly at second base... Hit .254 with two doubles, two home runs and 14 RBI... Went 2-for-4 with a career high four RBI against Wichita State on March 30... Also had two RBI against Kent State on March 14 and against Texas on May 9 on a single to tie the game... Hit a home run in both games against Chicago State. LAKE ZURICH HIGH SCHOOL 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.

2013 [SENIOR] Had one of the most versatile and steady careers as a Wildcat, finishing third in school history in career games played (211), seventh in career at-bats (718) and eighth in career games started (185)... Also finished fifth in career singles (179) and walks (108)... Was dominant at the plate, in the outfield and on the mound... Hit a career-best .337 with eight doubles, three triples, one homer and a careerhigh 35 RBI while he registered seven saves and allowed just six earned runs with five walks and 18 strikeouts over 17 innings en route to All-Big 12 First Team accolades as a utility player... Was also a candidate for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award... Finished second on the team with 25 multi-hit games, include a career high against Nebraska on April 2 when he went 5-for-5 with a double, a home run, four RBI and three runs scored... He also had a four-hit game against Wichita State in the NCAA Manhattan Regional and scored four runs against the Shockers to tie a career high... Also had three hits against High Point (2/15), Oakland (3/2), Bethune-Cookman (3/22), at Baylor (3/29 and 3/30), Iowa (4/13) and against Oklahoma (5/25)... Drove in three runs to help K-State win its

PERSONAL Tanner Cade Witt was born January 25, 1991, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Tommy and Lorrie Witt... Has two siblings, Lauren and Seth... Majoring in business administration.

WITT’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

AVG .254 .241 .310 .337 .295

G-GS 36-19 58-51 54-52 63-63 211-185

AB 71 199 187 261 718

R 21 31 48 49 149

H 18 48 58 88 212

2B 2 4 9 8 23

3B 0 1 3 3 7

HR 2 0 0 1 3

RBI 14 18 21 35 88

TB 26 54 73 105 258

SLUG .366 .271 .390 .402 .359

SB-A 13 27 40 28 108

SO 1 8 5 3 17

BB 12 31 24 33 100

HBP .376 .353 .444 .398 .396

SF 0 1 0 7 8

SH 4 5 3 3 15

OB% 2-3 14-16 20-22 7-14 43-55

PO 42 64 79 103 288

A 45 140 4 7 196

E 4 17 3 1 25

FLD .956 .923 .965 .991 .951

SFA 0 0 0

SHA 0 0 0

WITT’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2012 2013 TOTAL

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0

60

ERA 0.00 3.18 2.08

SV 0 7 7

G-GS 8-0 17-0 25-0

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0/0 0/0 0/0

IP 9.0 17.0 26.0

H 6 15 21

R 0 6 6

ER 0 6 6

BB 7 5 12

SO 5 18 23

2B 1 2 3

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1

B/AVG .194 .227 .216

WP 0 3 3

HBP 1 0 1

BK 0 0 0


2014 Opponents

#KStateBSB


OPPONENT OUTLOOK

OPPONENT DATE, SITE

COACH, SCHOOL RECORD, YRS.

2013 RECORD, POSTSEASON

2013 CONFERENCE RECORD, FINISH

SERIES, YEAR STARTED

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST

STARTERS/PITCHERS RETURNING/LOST

SID, EMAIL, WEBSITE

Cal Poly February 14-16 San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Larry Lee 349-272-2 (11)

40-19 NCAA Los Angeles (UCLA) Regional

17-10 T-2nd, Big West

Cal Poly leads, 2-1 2013

19/9

Starters: 8/3; Pitchers: 7/4

Eric Burdick eburdick@calpoly.edu www.GoPoly.com

San Francisco February 18 San Francisco, Calif.

Nino Giarratano 432-425-1 (15)

35-24 NCAA Eugene (Oregon) Regional

15-9 T-2nd, West Coast

First Meeting

19/12

Starters: 6/4; SP: 2/1

Zack Farmer zfarmer@dons.usfca.edu (415) 422-5248

Portland February 20 Moraga, Calif.

Chris Sperry 324-518-1 (16)

18-36

8-16 8th, West Coast

Portland leads, 1-0 2005

21/13

Starters: 4/6; Pitchers: 11/4

Adam Linnman linnman@up.edu www.PortlandPilots.com

Saint Mary’s February 21, 23 Moraga, Calif.

Eric Valenzuela First Season

21-34

11-13 7th, West Coast

First Meeting

19/15

Starters: 5/3; Pitchers: 6/6

Ben Enos bae3@stmarys-ca.edu www.SMCGaels.com

UC Davis February 22 Moraga, Calif.

Matt Vaughn 46-67 (2)

19-37

5-22 10th, Big West

First Meeting

24/8

Starters: 6/2; SP: 3/0

Jason Spencer jjspencer@ucdavis.edu (530) 752-2663

Milwaukee February 28-March 2 Manhattan, Kan.

Scott Doffek 195-197-1 (7)

29-21

14-7 1st, Horizon League

First Meeting

18/9

Starters: 6/3; SP: 3/2

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

Nebraska March 4 - Lincoln March 26 - Manhattan

Darin Erstad 64-53 (2)

29-30

15-9 T-2nd, Big Ten

Nebraska leads, 166-109 1898

18/14

Starters: 5/5; Pitchers: 10/7

Jeremy Foote jfoote@huskers.com www.Huskers.com

Iowa March 7-9 Manhattan, Kan.

Rick Heller First Season

22-27

10-14 8th, Big Ten

K-State leads, 9-7 1979

20/7

Starters: 8/1; Pitchers: 8/6

James Allan james-allan@uiowa.edu www.hawkeyesports.com

Omaha March 12 - Manhattan April 1 - Omaha

Bob Herold 447-302-2 (14)

27-22

20-6 1st, Summit League

K-State leads, 4-0 2012

20/11

Starters: 9/1; Pitchers: 11/7

Bonnie Ryan bryan@unomaha.edu www.omavs.com

Northern Colorado March 14-16 Manhattan, Kan.

Carl Iwasaki 84-89 (3)

33-24

20-7 1st, Great West

K-State leads, 13-1 1990

13/8

Starters: 6/4; Pitchers: 6/6

Heather Kennedy heather.kennedy@unco.edu www.uncbears.com

Air Force March 18-19 Manhattan, Kan.

Mike Kazlausky 48-112 (3)

15-39

7-23 7th, Mountain West

K-State leads, 11-3 1971

16/14

Starters: 4/6; Pitchers: 6/5

Nick Arseniak nicholas.arseniak@usafa.edu www.AirForceFalcons.com

Oklahoma March 21-23 Norman, Okla.

Pete Hughes First Season

43-21 NCAA Baton Rouge (LSU) Super Regional

13-11 T-3rd, Big 12

Oklahoma leads, 186-74-1 1913

18/13

Starters: 5/4; Pitchers: 8/5

Brendan Flynn brendan.flynn@ou.edu www.SoonerSports.com

Creighton March 28-30 Omaha, Neb.

Ed Servais 357-213 (10)

30-18

13-8 3rd, Missouri Valley

K-State leads, 47-37-1 1903

22/13

Starters: 5/3; SP: 3/1

Glen Sisk glensisk@creighton.edu www.gocreighton.com

Kansas April 4-6 Manhattan, Kan.

Ritch Price 357-309-2 (11)

34-25

12-12 6th, Big 12

K-State leads, 172-163-1 1897

18/8

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 8/8

D.J. Haurin dhaurin@ku.edu www.KUAthletics.com

Wichita State April 8 - Manhattan May 6 - Wichita

Todd Butler First Year

39-28 NCAA Manhattan Regional

15-6 2nd, Missouri Valley

Wichita State leads, 51-33 1906

20/9

Starters: 8/1; Pitchers: 7/6

Tami Cutler tcutler@goshockers.com www.goshockers.com

Texas Tech April 11-13 Lubbock, Texas

Tim Tadlock 26-30 (1)

26-30

9-15 8th, Big 12

K-State leads, 28-25-1 1993

18/13

Starters: 8/1; Pitchers: 8/5

Scott Lacefield scott.lacefield@ttu.edu www.TexasTech.com

Baylor April 17-19 Manhattan, Kan.

Steve Smith 695-460-1 (19)

27-28

12-11 5th, Big 12

Baylor leads, 42-18 1966

15/12

Starters: 6/4; Pitchers: 9/6

Zach Peters Zach_Peters@Baylor.edu www.BaylorBears.com

Bakersfield April 21-22 Manhattan, Kan.

Bill Kernen 134-141 (5)

37-22

18-9 T-1st, WAC

K-State leads, 4-3 2011

11/9

Starters: 4/5; Pitchers: 5/5

Matt Turk sid@csub.edu www.GoRunners.com

West Virginia April 25-27 Morgantown, W. Va.

Randy Mazey 33-26 (1)

33-26

13-11 T-3rd, Big 12

K-State leads, 2-1 2013

15/12

Starters: 5/4; SP: 2/2

Grant Dovey grant.dovey@mail.wvu.edu www.WVUSports.com

TCU May 2-4 Fort Worth, Texas

Jim Schlossnagle 417-203 (10)

29-28

12-12 T-6th, Big 12

TCU leads, 6-5 1966

14/15

Starters: 7/2; Pitchers: 6/6

Brandie Davidson b.i.davidson@tcu.edu www.gofrogs.com

Oklahoma State May 9-11 Manhattan, Kan.

Josh Holliday 41-19 (1)

41-19 NCAA Louisville Regional

13-10 2nd, Big 12

Oklahoma State leads, 155-58 1911

15/11

Starters: 6/3; Pitchers: 7/6

Wade McWhorter wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu www.okstate.com

Texas May 16-18 Manhattan, Kan.

Augie Garrido 723-347-2 (18)

27-24

7-17 9th, Big 12

Texas leads, 14-45-1 1985

19/10

Starters: 7/1; Pitchers: 8/4

Justin Moore justin.moore@utexas.edu www.TexasSports.com

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NONCONFERENCE OPPONENTS CAL POLY

SAN FRANCISCO

PORTLAND

Feb. 14-16 • Baggett Stadium • San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Feb. 18 • Benedetti Diamond • San Francisco, Calif.

Feb. 20 • Louis Guisto Field • Moraga, Calif.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location __________________________________San Luis Obispo, Calif. Enrollment __________________________________________19,800 Colors ____________________________________Forest Green and Gold Nickname __________________________________________Mustangs Conference __________________________________________Big West President ________________________________Dr. Jeffrey D. Armstrong Director of Athletics ______________________________Don Oberhelman Home Field ____________________________________Baggett Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________1,734 Press Box ______________________________________(805) 756-7456

Location ____________________________________San Francisco, Calif. Enrollment __________________________________________10,000 Colors ________________________________________Green and Gold Nickname ____________________________________________Dons Conference ________________________________________West Coast President ________________________________Fr. Stephen J. Privett, S.J. Director of Athletics__________________________________Scott Sidwell Home Field __________________________________Benedetti Diamond Capacity ____________________________________________1,000 Press Box ______________________________________________N/A

Location ________________________________________Portland, Ore. Enrollment ____________________________________________4,033 Colors ________________________________________Purple and White Nickname ____________________________________________Pilots Conference ________________________________________West Coast President ______________________Rev. E. William Beauchamp, C.S.C., J.D. Athletics Director __________________________________Scott Leykam Home Field ______________________________________Joe Etzel Field Capacity ____________________________________________1,000 Press Box ______________________________________(503) 943-7117

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ________________________________________Larry Lee Overall Record __________________________________349-272-2 (11) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________2-1

Head Coach ____________________________________Nino Giarratano Overall Record __________________________________432-425-1 (15) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ______________________________________Chris Sperry Overall Record __________________________________324-518-1 (16) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________1-0

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ____________________________________40-19 (17-10) Conference Finish ______________________________________T-2nd Postseason ______________________________________NCAA Regional Highest Final Ranking __________________________24 (Coaches, NCBWA) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________19/9 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________8/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________7/4

2013 Record ______________________________________35-24 (15-9) Conference Finish ______________________________________T-2nd Postseason ______________________________________NCAA Regional Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________19/12 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/4 Starting Pitchers (returning/lost)________________________________2/1

2013 Record ______________________________________18-36 (8-16) Conference Finish ________________________________________8th Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________21/13 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________4/6 Starting Pitchers (returning/lost)________________________________3/1

SERIES HISTORY All-Time ____________________________________Cal Poly leads, 2-1 First Meeting __________________________2013 (Cal Poly 13, K-State 10) Last Meeting __________________________2013 (K-State 10, Cal Poly 4) K-State in Manhattan ______________________________________1-2 K-State in San Luis Obispo __________________________________0-0 Longest K-State Streak __________________________________1 (2013) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 1

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY All-Time ____________________________________Portland leads, 1-0 First Meeting ____________________________2005 (Portland 7, K-State 3) Last Meeting ____________________________2005 (Portland 7, K-State 3) K-State in Manhattan ______________________________________0-0 K-State in Portland ________________________________________0-0 Longest K-State Streak ____________________________________N/A Current Streak____________________________________Portland won 1

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact __________________________________________Eric Burdick Office ________________________________________(805) 756-6550 Cell __________________________________________(805) 550-3427 E-Mail ____________________________________eburdick@calpoly.edu Fax __________________________________________(805) 756-2650 Website ______________________________________www.GoPoly.com

Contact __________________________________________Zack Farmer Office ________________________________________(415) 422-5248 Cell __________________________________________________N/A E-Mail__________________________________zfarmer@dons.usfca.edu Fax __________________________________________________N/A Website ____________________________________www.USFDons.com

Contact ________________________________________Adam Linnman Office ________________________________________(503) 943-7731 Cell __________________________________________(503) 860-9494 E-Mail ______________________________________linnman@up.edu Fax __________________________________________(503) 943-8082 Website______________________________________PortlandPilots.com

SAINT MARY’S

UC DAVIS

MILWAUKEE

Feb. 21 & 23 • Louis Guisto Field • Moraga, Calif.

Feb. 22 • Louis Guisto Field • Moraga, Calif.

Feb. 28-March 2 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________Moraga, Calif. Enrollment ____________________________________________4,228 Colors ____________________________________Navy, Red and Silver Nickname ____________________________________________Gaels Conference ________________________________________West Coast President ______________________________________James Donahue Director of Athletics ____________________________________Mark Orr Home Field ____________________________________Louis Guisto Field Capacity ____________________________________________1,000 Press Box ______________________________________________N/A

Location__________________________________________Davis, Calif. Enrollment __________________________________________34,155 Colors ________________________________________Yale Blue & Gold Nickname ____________________________________________Aggies Conference __________________________________________Big West Chancellor __________________________________Dr. Linda P.B. Katehi Director of Athletics __________________________________Terry Tumey Home Field ______________________________Dobbins Baseball Complex Capacity ____________________________________________3,500 Press Box ______________________________________(530) 752-3673

Location ______________________________________Milwaukee, Wis. Enrollment __________________________________________30,000 Colors ________________________________________Black and Gold Nickname __________________________________________Panthers Conference______________________________________Horizon League Chancellor ______________________________________Michael Lovell Director of Athletics ________________________________Amanda Braun Home Field ____________________________________Henry Aaron Field Capacity ______________________________________________500 Press Box ______________________________________________N/A

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ____________________________________Eric Valenzuela Overall Record __________________________________________0-0 School Record __________________________________________0-0 Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ______________________________________Matt Vaughn Overall Record ______________________________________46-67 (2) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ______________________________________Scott Doffek Overall Record ____________________________________195-197-1 (7) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-2

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ____________________________________21-34 (11-13) Conference Finish ________________________________________7th Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________19/15 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________5/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/6

2013 Record ______________________________________19-37 (5-22) Conference Finish ________________________________________10th Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________24/8 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/2 Starting Pitchers (returning/lost)________________________________3/0

2013 Record ______________________________________29-21 (14-7) Conference Finish ________________________________________1st Postseason ____________________________Horizon League Tournament Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________18/9 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/3 Starting Pitchers (returning/lost)________________________________3/2

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY All-Time ____________________________________K-State leads, 5-0 First Meeting __________________________1997 (K-State 5, Milwaukee 4) Last Meeting __________________________2010 (K-State 2, Milwaukee 1) K-State in Manhattan ______________________________________4-0 K-State in Milwaukee ______________________________________0-0 Longest K-State Streak ____________________________5 (1997-Current) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 5

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact ____________________________________________Ben Enos Office ________________________________________(925) 631-4950 Cell __________________________________________________N/A E-Mail __________________________________bae3@stmarys-ca.edu Fax __________________________________________________N/A Website ____________________________________www.SMCGaels.com

Contact ________________________________________Jason Spencer Office ________________________________________(530) 752-2663 Cell __________________________________________(714) 904-7547 E-Mail __________________________________jjspencer@ucdavis.edu Fax __________________________________________(530) 752-3644 Website ________________________________www.UCDavisAggies.com

Contact __________________________________________Chris Zills Office ________________________________________(414) 229-4593 Cell __________________________________________(414) 750-2090 E-Mail ______________________________________czills@uwm.edu Fax __________________________________________(414) 229-6759 Website __________________________________www.uwmpanthers.com

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NONCONFERENCE OPPONENTS NEBRASKA

IOWA

OMAHA

March 4 & April 15 • Lincoln | March 26 • Manhattan

March 7-9 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

March 12 • Manhattan | April 1 • Omaha

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment __________________________________________24,610 Colors ______________________________________Scarlet and Cream Nickname ________________________________________Cornhuskers Conference __________________________________________Big Ten Chancellor __________________________________Harvey Perlman, J.D. Director of Athletics ________________________________Shawn Eichorst Home Field __________________________Hawks Field at Haymarket Park Capacity ____________________________________________8,486 Press Box ______________________________________(402) 434-6861

Location________________________________________Iowa City, Iowa Enrollment __________________________________________31,065 Colors ________________________________________Black and Gold Nickname __________________________________________Hawkeyes Conference __________________________________________Big Ten President ________________________________________Sally Mason Director of Athletics ________________________________Gary A. Barta Home Field __________________________________Duane Banks Field Capacity ____________________________________________3,000 Press Box ______________________________________(319) 335-9520

Location ________________________________________Omaha, Neb. Enrollment __________________________________________15,000 Colors ______________________________________Crimson and Black Nickname __________________________________________Mavericks Conference ____________________________________Summit League Chancellor __________________________________Dr. John Christensen Director of Athletics __________________________________Trev Alberts Home Field ________________________________Ballpark at Boys Town Capacity ______________________________________________300 Press Box ______________________________________(402) 280-7154

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ______________________________________Darin Erstad Overall Record ______________________________________64-53 (2) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________3-3

Head Coach ________________________________________Rick Heller Overall Record __________________________________690-565-4 (26) School Record __________________________________________0-0 Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ________________________________________Bob Herold Overall Record __________________________________447-302-2 (14) School Record __________________________________447-302-2 (14) Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-4

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________29-30 (15-9) Conference Finish ______________________________________T-2nd Postseason __________________________________Big Ten Tournament Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________18/14 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________5/5 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________10/7

2013 Record ____________________________________22-27 (10-14) Conference Finish ________________________________________8th Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________20/7 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________8/1 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________8/6

2013 Record ______________________________________27-22 (20-6) Conference Finish ________________________________________1st Postseason ____________________________________________N/A Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________20/11 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________9/1 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________11/7

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ________________________________Nebraska leads, 166-109 First Meeting __________________________1898 (Nebraska 22, K-State 6) Last Meeting ________________________2013 (K-State 13, Nebraska 10) Last K-State Win ________________________________4/24/13 (13-10) Last K-State Home Win ______________________________4/2/13 (9-1) Longest K-State Streak ________________________________8 (1936-40) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 3

All-Time ____________________________________K-State leads, 9-7 First Meeting ______________________________1979 (Iowa 4, K-State 0) Last Meeting ______________________________2013 (K-State 5, Iowa 3) Last K-State Win ________________________________4/14/2013 (5-3) Last K-State Home Win ________________________2/19/99 (5-4 in 10 inn.) Longest K-State Streak ________________________________4 (1995-99) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 2

All-Time ____________________________________K-State leads, 4-0 First Meeting ____________________________2012 (K-State 9, Omaha 4) Last Meeting ____________________________2013 (K-State 3, Omaha 2) Last K-State Win __________________________________4/3/13 (3-2) Last K-State Home Win ______________________________4/3/13 (3-2) Longest K-State Streak ____________________________4 (2012-Current) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 4

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact ________________________________________Jeremy Foote Office ________________________________________(402) 472-7778 Cell __________________________________________(402) 518-0232 E-Mail ____________________________________jfoote@huskers.com Fax __________________________________________(402) 472-2005 Website ________________________________________Huskers.com

Contact __________________________________________James Allan Office ________________________________________________N/A Cell __________________________________________(319) 530-5792 E-Mail __________________________________james-allan@uiowa.edu Fax __________________________________________(319) 335-9417 Website ________________________________www.hawkeyesports.com

Contact __________________________________________Bonnie Ryan Office ________________________________________(402) 554-3267 Cell __________________________________________(405) 679-2912 E-Mail ____________________________________bryan@unomaha.edu Fax __________________________________________(402) 554-3694 Website ______________________________________www.omavs.com

NORTHERN COLORADO

AIR FORCE

CREIGHTON

March 14-16 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

March 18-19 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

March 28-30 • TD Ameritrade Park Omaha • Omaha, Neb.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________Greeley, Colo. Enrollment ____________________________________________9,910 Colors __________________________________________Blue and Gold Nickname ____________________________________________Bears Conference ________________________________Western Athletic (WAC) President__________________________________________Kay Norton Director of Athletics __________________________________Darren Dunn Home Field ______________________________________Jackson Field Capacity ____________________________________________1,500 Press Box ______________________________________(970) 978-0675

Location ________________________________Air Force Academy, Colo. Enrollment ____________________________________________4,000 Colors ________________________________________Blue and Silver Nickname __________________________________________Falcons Conference ______________________________________Mountain West Superintendent ____________________________Lt. Gen. Michael C. Gould Director of Athletics ________________________________Dr. Hans Mueh Home Fields________________________________________FalconField Capacities ____________________________________________1,000 Press Box ______________________________________(719) 333-3472

Location ________________________________________Omaha, Neb. Enrollment ____________________________________________7,743 Colors ________________________________________Blue and White Nickname __________________________________________Bluejays Conference__________________________________________BIG EAST President__________________________________Timothy R. Lannon, S.J. Director of Athletics ______________________________Bruce Rasmussen Home Field ______________________________TD Ameritrade Park Omaha Capacity ____________________________________________24,000 Press Box ______________________________________(402) 546-0702

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ______________________________________Carl Iwasaki Overall Record ____________________________________186-219 (9) School Record ______________________________________84-89 (3) Record vs. K-State ________________________________________1-5

Head Coach ____________________________________Mike Kazlausky Overall Record ______________________________________48-112 (3) School Record __________________________________________Same Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ________________________________________Ed Servais Overall Record __________________________________539-295-1 (18) School Record ____________________________________357-213 (10) Record vs. K-State ________________________________________7-5

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________33-24 (20-7) Conference Finish ________________________________________1st Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________13/8 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/4 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/6

2013 Record ______________________________________15-39 (7-23) Conference Finish ________________________________________7th Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________16/14 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________4/6 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________6/5

2013 Record ______________________________________30-18 (13-8) Conference Finish ________________________________________3rd Postseason __________________Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (0-2) Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________22/13 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________5/3 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________10/3

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ____________________________________K-State leads, 13-1 First Meeting ____________________________1990 (K-State 11, UNC 5) Last Meeting ______________________________2013 (UNC 3, K-State 0) K-State in Manhattan______________________________________13-1 K-State in Greeley ________________________________________0-0 Longest K-State Streak ____________________________13 (1990-2013) Current Streak ______________________________________UNC won 1

All-Time ____________________________________K-State leads, 11-3 First Meeting __________________________1971 (K-State 10, Air Force 5) Last Meeting __________________________1999 (K-State 9, Air Force 1) K-State in Manhattan ______________________________________4-0 K-State in Air Force Academy ________________________________4-2 Longest K-State Streak ______________________________7 (1971-1998) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 2

All-Time __________________________________K-State leads, 47-37-1 First Meeting __________________________1903 (K-State 10, Creighton 8) Last Meeting __________________________2013 (K-State 6, Creighton 3) K-State in Manhattan __________________________________35-17-1 K-State in Omaha ______________________________________11-18 Longest K-State Streak ____________________________6, 2x (Last: 1976) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 1

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact ______________________________________Heather Kennedy Office ________________________________________(970) 351-1065 Cell __________________________________________(970) 978-0675 E-Mail ________________________________heather.kennedy@unco.edu Fax __________________________________________(970) 351-2018 Website ____________________________________www.uncbears.com

Contact ________________________________________Nick Arseniak Office ________________________________________(719) 333-9251 Cell __________________________________________________N/A E-Mail ______________________________nicholas.arseniak@usafa.edu Fax __________________________________________(719) 333-3798 Website ________________________________www.AirForceFalcons.com

Contact ____________________________________________Glen Sisk Office ________________________________________(402) 280-2433 Cell __________________________________________(402) 515-7528 E-Mail __________________________________glensisk@creighton.edu Fax __________________________________________(402) 280-2495 Website __________________________________www.gocreighton.com

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NONCONFERENCE OPPONENTS WICHITA STATE

BAKERSFIELD

April 8 • Manhattan | May 6 • Wichita

April 21-22 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________Wichita, Kan. Enrollment __________________________________________14,550 Colors ________________________________________Black and Yello Nickname __________________________________________Shockers Conference ______________________________________Missouri Valley President ______________________________________Dr. John Bardo Director of Athletics __________________________________Eric Sexton Home Field ______________________________________Eck Stadium Capacity ____________________________________________7,851 Press Box ______________________________________(316) 978-3390

Location ______________________________________Bakersfield, Calif. Enrollment ____________________________________________8,500 Colors __________________________________________Blue and Gold Nickname ________________________________________Roadrunners Conference ____________________________________Western Athletic President ____________________________________Dr. Horace Mitchell Director of Athletics __________________________________Jeff Konya Home Field ________________________________________Hardt Field Capacity ____________________________________________2,000 Press Box ______________________________________(661) 654-2126

COACH INFORMATION

COACH INFORMATION

Head Coach ________________________________________Todd Butler Overall Record __________________________________________0-0 School Record ______________________________________90-83 (3) Record vs. K-State ________________________________________0-0

Head Coach ________________________________________Bill Kernen Overall Record __________________________________374-299-3 (12) School Record______________________________________134-141 (5) Record vs. K-State ________________________________________4-3

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________39-28 (15-6) Conference Finish ________________________________________2nd Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________20/9 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________8/1 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________7/6

2013 Record ______________________________________37-22 (18-9) Conference Finish ________________________________________T-1st Postseason ____________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ______________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________11/9 Starters (returning/lost) ____________________________________4/5 Pitchers (returning/lost) ____________________________________5/5

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ________________________________Wichita State leads, 51-33 First Meeting ________________________1906 (K-State 4, Wichita State 3) Last Meeting ________________________2013 (K-State 4, Wichita State 1) K-State in Manhattan ____________________________________19-18 K-State in Wichita ______________________________________14-30 Longest K-State Streak ______________________________10 (1906-54) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State won 2

All-Time ____________________________________K-State leads, 4-3 First Meeting __________________________2011 (K-State 5, Bakersfield 4) Last Meeting __________________________2012 (Bakersfield 8, K-State 1) K-State in Manhattan ______________________________________1-1 K-State in Bakersfield ______________________________________3-2 Longest K-State Streak __________________________________3 (2011) Current Streak ____________________________________K-State lost 2

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact __________________________________________Tami Cutler Office ________________________________________(316) 978-5559 Cell __________________________________________(316) 655-2267 E-Mail __________________________________tcutler@goshockers.com Fax __________________________________________(316) 978-3336 Website____________________________________www.goshockers.com

Contact ____________________________________________Matt Turk Office ________________________________________(661) 654-3071 Cell __________________________________________(515) 240-0483 E-Mail ________________________________________sid@csub.edu Fax __________________________________________(661) 654-6978 Website ____________________________________www.GoRunners.com

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BIG 12 OPPONENTS OKLAHOMA

KANSAS

March 21 • 6 p.m. March 22 • 2 p.m. March 23 • 1 p.m. L. Dale Mitchell Park • Norman, Okla.

April 4 • 6:30 p.m. April 5 • 2 p.m. April 6 • 1 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________________Norman, Okla. Founded ______________________________________________________1890 Enrollment ____________________________________________________31,097 Nickname ____________________________________________________Sooners Colors ______________________________________________Crimson and Cream President ________________________________________________David L. Boren VP/Director of Athletics ______________________________________Joe Castiglione Home Field __________________________________________L. Dale Mitchell Park Capacity ______________________________________________________3,180 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________335-411-335

Location ________________________________________________Lawrence, Kan. Founded ______________________________________________________1866 Enrollment ____________________________________________________27,939 Nickname __________________________________________________Jayhawks Colors ________________________________________________Crimson and Blue Chancellor ________________________________________Dr. Bernadette Gray-Little Director of Athletics ______________________________________Dr. Sheahon Zenger Home Field ____________________________________________Hoglund Ballpark Capacity ______________________________________________________2,500 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________330-400-330

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach ________________________________________________Pete Hughes Alma Mater______________________________________________Davidson ‘90 Overall Record __________________________________________524-385-2 (17) School Record __________________________________________________0-0 Office Phone ____________________________________________(405) 325-8354 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ______________________Jamie Pinzino, Mike Anderson, Ryan Connolly

Head Coach ________________________________________________Ritch Price Alma Mater ____________________________________________Williamette ‘78 Overall Record __________________________________________574-529-3 (19) School Record __________________________________________357-309-2 (11) Office Phone ____________________________________________(785) 864-7907 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches __________________________Ryan Graves, Ritchie Price, Scott Hood

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________________43-21 (13-11) Conference Finish ________________________________________________T-3rd Postseason ______________________________________________NCAA Regional Highest Final Ranking ________________________________15th (Baseball America) Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________18/13 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________5/4 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________8/5 Top Returning Position Players Hector Lorenzana, Sr., INF ____________________________(.274 avg, 2 HR, 42 RBI) Craig Aikin, So., OF ________________________________(.286 avg, 0 HR, 23 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Jacob Evans, So., LHP __________________________(7-2, 2.06 ERA, 41 SO, 10 BB) Ralph Garza Jr., So., RHP ________________________(5-1, 2.76 ERA, 38 SO, 23 BB)

2013 Record ______________________________________________34-25 (12-12) Conference Finish __________________________________________________6th Postseason ____________________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost)__________________________________________18/8 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________6/3 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________8/8 Top Returning Position Players Michael Suiter, Jr., OF __________________________(.309 avg, 10 2B, 1 HR, 29 RBI) Justin Protacio, Jr., INF __________________________(.260 avg, 0 HR, 20 RBI, 9 SB) Top Returning Pitchers Frank Duncan, Sr., RHP __________________________(4-6, 4.20 ERA, 52 SO, 31 BB) Jordan Piche, Sr., RHP ______________________(6-4, 1.68 ERA, 12 SV, 49 SO, 10 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ________________________________________Oklahoma leads, 186-74-1 K-State at Home ________________________________________________47-81 K-State in Norman ______________________________________________24-93-1 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________3-12 Last K-State Win ________________________________5/18/2013 (5-2 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ______________________________________3/31/2012 (8-7) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series __________________________1965 (5-2, 1-0, 1-8) Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series __________________________1928 (11-9, 3-2) Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series __________________________2012 (1-5, 8-7, 3-4) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series ________________2004 (6-21, 3-11, 3-12) Longest K-State Win Streak ______________________________________5 (1913-21) Current Streak __________________________________________Oklahoma won 2 Last Meeting ______________________Oklahoma won, 7-3, in Oklahoma City (5/19/2013)

All-Time__________________________________________K-State leads, 172-163-1 K-State at Home________________________________________________98-77-1 K-State in Lawrence ______________________________________________67-84 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________7-2 Last K-State Win __________________________________5/12/13 (7-3 in Lawrence) Last K-State Home Win ______________________________________5/13/2012 (9-3) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ________________________2012 (2-0, 0-6, 9-3) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series ______________________2008 (5-0, 5-4, 11-10) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ________________________2004 (3-5, 6-19, 4-7) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series __________________2004 (3-5, 6-19, 4-7) Longest K-State Win Streak __________________________8 (4/23/2006 to 5/15/2009) Current Streak ____________________________________________K-State won 4 Last Meeting __________________________K-State won, 7-3, in Lawrence (5/12/2013)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact ________________________________________________Brendan Flynn Office__________________________________________________(405) 325-6449 Cell __________________________________________________(405) 596-9264 E-Mail__________________________________________________brendan.flynn@ou.edu Mailing Address ________________________________180 West Brooks St., Room 2525 __________________________________________________Norman, OK 73019 Website____________________________________________www.soonersports.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(405) 325-8363

Contact ____________________________________________________D.J. Haurin Office__________________________________________________(785) 864-3575 Cell __________________________________________________(785) 312-2836 E-Mail ______________________________________________________dhaurin@ku.edu Mailing Address ________________________________________1651 Naismith Drive __________________________________________________Lawrence, KS 66045 Website ____________________________________________www.KUAthletics.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(785) 864-4037

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BIG 12 OPPONENTS TEXAS TECH

BAYLOR

April 11 • 6:30 p.m. April 12 • 3 p.m. April 13 • 1 p.m. Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park • Lubbock, Texas

April 17 • 6:30 p.m. April 18 • 6:30 p.m. April 19 • 7 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________________Lubbock, Texas Founded ______________________________________________________1923 Enrollment ____________________________________________________33,111 Nickname__________________________________________________Red Raiders Colors ________________________________________________Scarlet and Black Chancellor__________________________________________________Kent Hance Director of Athletics __________________________________________Kirby Hocutt Home Field ______________________________________________Rip Griffin Park Capacity ______________________________________________________4,368 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________330-404-330

Location __________________________________________________Waco, Texas Founded ______________________________________________________1845 Enrollment ____________________________________________________15,616 Nickname______________________________________________________Bears Colors __________________________________________________Green and Gold President ____________________________________________________Ken Starr Director of Athletics ____________________________________________Ian McCaw Home Field ____________________________________Baylor Ballpark at Ferrell Field Capacity ______________________________________________________5,000 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________330-400-330

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach ________________________________________________Tim Tadlock Alma Mater ____________________________________________Texas Tech ‘92 Overall Record ______________________________________________26-30 (1) School Record ________________________________________________Same Office Phone ____________________________________________(806) 834-4836 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ____________________Ray Hayward, J-Bob Thomas and Matt Gardner

Head Coach ________________________________________________Steve Smith Alma Mater________________________________________________Baylor ‘86 Overall Record __________________________________________695-460-1 (19) School Record ________________________________________________Same Office Phone ____________________________________________(254) 710-3029 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ______________________Steve Johnigan, Trevor Mote, Adam Revelette

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________________26-30 (9-15) Conference Finish __________________________________________________8th Postseason ______________________________________Big 12 Championship (1-2) Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________18/13 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________8/1 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________8/5 Top Returning Position Players Jake Barrios, Sr., 3B ________________________(.297 avg, 8 2B, 4 3B, 3 HR, 48 RBI) Devon Conley, Sr., CF ______________________________(.283, 9 2B, 31 RBI, 15 SB) Top Returning Pitchers Jonny Drozd, Sr., LHP ____________________________(4-5, 3.48 ERA, 43 SO, 13 BB) Dominic Moreno, Jr., RHP ________________________(3-4, 3.86 ERA, 54 SO, 23 BB)

2013 Record ______________________________________________27-28 (12-11) Conference Finish __________________________________________________5th Postseason __________________________________________Big 12 Championship Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________15/12 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________6/4 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________9/6 Top Returning Position Players Lawton Langford, Sr., IF ______________________________(.278 avg, 0 HR, 18 RBI) Logan Brown, Jr., OF ________________________________(.276 avg, 1 HR, 14 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Dillon Newman, Sr., RHP __________________________(3-4, 2.91 ERA, 52 SO, 5 BB) Austin Stone, Jr., RHP____________________________(3-3, 3.74 ERA, 43 SO, 22 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ________________________________________Texas Tech leads, 28-25-1 K-State at Home ________________________________________________14-10 K-State in Lubbock ______________________________________________8-15-1 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________3-3 Last K-State Win __________________________5/23/2013 (4-3 in Oklahoma City, Okla.) Last K-State Road Win ________________________________________5/18/12 (5-1) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series __________________________2012 (7-5, 5-1, 2-8) Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series __________________________________None Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series ________________________2010 (5-8, 4-13, 10-6) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series ____________________2004 (8-3, 3-0, 8-2) Longest K-State Win Streak ____________________________6 (4/3/2010 to 5/18/2012) Current Streak ____________________________________________K-State won 4 Last Meeting ________________________K-State won, 4-3, in Oklahoma City (5/23/13)

All-Time______________________________________________Baylor leads, 42-18 K-State at Home ________________________________________________11-13 K-State in Waco __________________________________________________4-25 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________4-3 Last K-State Win ______________________________5/24/13 (13-9 in Oklahoma City) Last K-State Home Win ______________________________________4/18/2010 (3-2) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ________________________2010 (5-2, 5-2, 3-2) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series ________________________2010 (5-2, 5-2, 3-2) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series __________________2012 (2-5, 12-14, 11-12 [11]) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series ____________2012 (2-5, 12-14, 11-12 [11]) Longest K-State Win Streak ________________________________4 (5/21/09-4/18/10) Current Streak ____________________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting ______________________K-State won, 13-9, in Oklahoma City (5/24/2013)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact ________________________________________________Scott Lacefield Office__________________________________________________(806) 834-4733 Cell __________________________________________________(817) 691-3786 E-Mail ________________________________________________scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Mailing Address ____________________________________________P.O. Box 43021 __________________________________________________Lubbock, TX 79409 Website______________________________________________www.TexasTech.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(806) 742-3688

Contact __________________________________________________Zach Peters Office__________________________________________________(254) 710-3784 Cell __________________________________________________(254) 749-0712 E-Mail ________________________________________________zach_peters@baylor.edu Mailing Address__________________________________1500 S. University Parks Drive ____________________________________________________Waco, TX 76706 Website ____________________________________________www.BaylorBears.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(254) 754-5546 69


BIG 12 OPPONENTS WEST VIRGINIA

TCU

April 25 • 5 p.m. April 26 • 3 p.m. April 27 • 12 p.m. Hawley Field • Morgantown, W. Va.

May 2 • 6:30 p.m. May 3 • 4 p.m. May 4 • 1 p.m. Lupton Stadium & Williams-Reilly Field • Fort Worth, Texas

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ______________________________________________Morgantown, W.Va. Founded ______________________________________________________1892 Enrollment ____________________________________________________32,595 Nickname ________________________________________________Mountaineers Colors ________________________________________________Old Gold and Blue President ______________________________________________Dr. E. Gordon Lee Director of Athletics ____________________________________________Oliver Luck Home Field ________________________________________________Hawley Field Capacity ______________________________________________________2,500 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________325-390-325

Location ______________________________________________Fort Worth, Texas Founded ______________________________________________________1873 Enrollment ____________________________________________________9,725 Nickname ________________________________________________Horned Frogs Colors ________________________________________________Purple and White Chancellor__________________________________________Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Director of Intercollegiate Athletics ______________________________Chris Del Conte Home Field ______________________________________________Lupton Stadium Capacity ______________________________________________________4,500 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________330-400-330

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach ______________________________________________Randy Mazey Alma Mater ______________________________________________Clemson ‘88 Overall Record ________________________________________219-186-2 (.541) School Record ______________________________________________33-26 (1) Office Phone ____________________________________________(304) 293-9881 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ______________________Derek Matlock, Steven Trout and Daniel Carte

Head Coach ____________________________________________Jim Schlossnagle Alma Mater ________________________________________________Elon ‘92 Overall Record __________________________________________494-250 (12) School Record____________________________________________417-203 (10) Office Phone ____________________________________________(817) 257-5588 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ______________________Bill Mosiello, Kirk Saarloos, Zach Etheredge

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________________33-26 (13-11) Conference Finish ________________________________________________T-3rd Postseason __________________________________________Big 12 Championship Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________15/12 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________5/4 Starting Pitchers: (returning/lost) ________________________________________2/2 Top Returning Position Players Bobby Boyd, Jr., OF ________________________(.314 avg, 7 2B, 3 3B, 24 RBI, 17 RBI) Billy Fleming, Jr., IF ________________________________(.294 avg, 11 2B, 23 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Harrison Musgrave, Jr., LHP ______________________(9-1, 2.17 ERA, 81 SO, 29 BB) John Means, Jr., LHP ____________________________(4-4, 3.34 ERA, 54 SO, 22 BB)

2013 Record ______________________________________________29-28 (12-12) Conference Finish ________________________________________________T-6th Postseason ____________________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________14/15 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________7/2 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________6/6 Top Returning Position Players Kevin Cron, Jr., IF __________________________________(.208 avg, 2 HR, 20 RBI) Boomer White, So., OF ______________________________(.314 avg, 1 HR, 27 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Riley Ferrell, So., RHP __________________________(0-2, 2.20 ERA, 39 SO, 11 BB) Brandon Finnegan, Jr., RHP ________________________(0-8, 3.18 ERA, 86 SO, 35 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ______________________________________________K-State leads, 2-1 K-State at Home __________________________________________________2-1 K-State in Morgantown ______________________________________________0-0 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________0-0 Last K-State Win ________________________________3/16/2013 (4-3 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ______________________________________________None Last Time K-State Won a Road Series____________________________________Never Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series __________________________________Never Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series____________________________________Never Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series______________________________Never Longest K-State Win Streak __________________________________2 (2013-current) Current Streak__________________________________________West Virginia won 1 Last Meeting ____________________________K-State won, 4-3, in Manhattan (3/16/13)

All-Time ________________________________________________TCU leads, 6-5 K-State at Home __________________________________________________2-1 K-State in Fort Worth ________________________________________________3-5 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________0-0 Last K-State Win ________________________________4/27/2013 (2-1 in Manhattan) Last K-State Road Win ________________________________________3/8/87 (7-6) Last Time K-State Won a Road Series __________________________1966 (3-1, 1-6, 8-6) Last Time K-State Swept a Road Series __________________________________Never Last Time K-State Lost a Road Series ________________________1984 (3-11, 1-7, 7-12) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Road Series __________________1984 (3-11, 1-7, 7-12) Longest K-State Win Streak ____________________________________3 (1987-2013) Current Streak ______________________________________________TCU won 1 Last Meeting ____________________________TCU won, 5-2, in Manhattan (4/28/2013)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact __________________________________________________Grant Dovey Office__________________________________________________(304) 293-9902 Cell __________________________________________________(304) 288-1901 E-Mail ______________________________________________grant.dovey@mail.wvu.edu Mailing Address ____________________________________________P.O. Box 0877 ________________________________________________Morgantown, WV 26507 Website ________________________________________________WVUsports.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(304) 293-5988

Contact ______________________________________________Brandie Davidson Office__________________________________________________(817) 257-7479 Cell __________________________________________________(817) 343-2050 E-Mail __________________________________________________b.i.davidson@tcu.edu Mailing Address __________________________________________TCU Box 297600 ________________________________________________Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Website ______________________________________________www.gofrogs.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(817) 257-7966

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BIG 12 OPPONENTS OKLAHOMA STATE

TEXAS

May 9 • 6:30 p.m. May 10 • 2 p.m. May 11 • 1 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

May 16 • 6:30 p.m. May 17 • 6:30 p.m. May 18 • 3:30 p.m. Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ________________________________________________Stillwater, Okla. Founded ______________________________________________________1890 Enrollment ____________________________________________________37,232 Nickname____________________________________________________Cowboys Colors ________________________________________________Orange and Black President ________________________________________________Burns Hargis VP for Athletic Programs ________________________________________Mike Holder Home Field ________________________________________Allie P. Reynolds Stadium Capacity ______________________________________________________4,000 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________330-398-330

Location __________________________________________________Austin, Texas Founded ______________________________________________________1883 Enrollment ____________________________________________________52,076 Nickname __________________________________________________Longhorns Colors ____________________________________________Burnt Orange and White President ____________________________________________William C. Powers, Jr. Athletics Director __________________________________________Steve Patterson Home Field __________________________________________UFCU Disch-Falk Field Capacity ______________________________________________________6,756 Field Dimensions ____________________________________________340-400-325

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach________________________________________________Josh Holliday Alma Mater ________________________________________Oklahoma State ‘04 Overall Record ______________________________________________41-19 (1) School Record ________________________________________________Same Office Phone ____________________________________________(405) 744-7141 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches __________________________________Rob Walton and Marty Lees

Head Coach ______________________________________________Augie Garrido Alma Mater __________________________________________Fresno State ‘61 Overall Record ________________________________________1,874-871-9 (45) School Record __________________________________________723-347-2 (17) Office Phone ____________________________________________(512) 471-5732 Best Time To Call ____________________________________________Contact SID Assistant Coaches ______________________Skip Johnson, Tommy Nicholson, Ryan Russ

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record ______________________________________________41-19 (13-10) Conference Finish __________________________________________________2nd Postseason ______________________________________________NCAA Regional Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________19 Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________15/11 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________6/3 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________7/6 Top Returning Position Players Tanner Krietemeier, Sr., 1B ____________________________(.314 avg, 4 HR, 45 RBI) Zach Fish, Jr., OF __________________________________(.283 avg, 7 HR, 41 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Tyler Nurdin, Jr., RHP ____________________________(5-3, 1.89 ERA, 69 SO, 24 BB) Vince Wheeland, Sr., RHP______________________(8-2, 1.97 ERA, 2 SV, 64 SO, 13 BB)

2013 Record ______________________________________________27-24 (7-17) Conference Finish __________________________________________________9th Postseason ____________________________________________________None Highest Final Ranking ________________________________________________NR Letterwinners (returning/lost) ________________________________________19/10 Starters (returning/lost) ______________________________________________7/1 Pitchers: (returning/lost)______________________________________________8/4 Top Returning Position Players Mark Payton, Sr., OF ____________________________(.393 avg, 11 2B, 8 3B, 29 RBI) C.J. Hinojosa, So.,SS __________________________(.309 avg, 10 2B, 2 HR, 29 RBI) Top Returning Pitchers Dillon Peters, Jr., LHP __________________________(6-3, 1.97 ERA, 57 SO, 24 BB) Nathan Thornhill, Sr., RHP ________________________(3-6, 2.21 ERA, 60 SO, 13 BB)

SERIES HISTORY

SERIES HISTORY

All-Time ______________________________________Oklahoma State leads, 155-58 K-State at Home ________________________________________________38-59 K-State in Stillwater ______________________________________________15-91 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________3-4 Last K-State Win ____________________________________4/21/13 (3-2 in Stilwater) Last K-State Home Win ____________________________________3/28/2010 (13-3) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ______________________2010 (14-11, 9-3, 13-3) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series______________________2010 (14-11, 9-3, 13-3) Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ________________________2012 (0-5, 3-13,5-9) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series __________________2012 (0-5, 3-13,5-9) Longest K-State Win Streak __________________________7 (3/30/2008 to 3/28/2010) Current Streak ____________________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting ____________________________K-State won, 3-2, in Stilwater (4/21/13)

All-Time ____________________________________________Texas leads, 45-14-1 K-State at Home __________________________________________________5-18 K-State in Austin ________________________________________________9-24-1 K-State at Neutral Site ______________________________________________0-3 Last K-State Win__________________________________5/5/2013 (9-3 in Manhattan) Last K-State Home Win ______________________________________3/23/2012 (5-2) Last Time K-State Won a Home Series ______________________1998 (11-10, 6-10, 5-3) Last Time K-State Swept a Home Series __________________________________Never Last Time K-State Lost a Home Series ______________________2012 (5-2, 4-6 [11], 5-8) Last Time K-State Was Swept in a Home Series ______________2006 (2-7, 2-10, 9-10 [10]) Longest K-State Win Streak __________________________3 (3/22/1997 to 3/20/1998) Current Streak ____________________________________________K-State won 1 Last Meeting __________________________K-State won, 9-3, in Manhattan (5/5/2013)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Contact ________________________________________________Wade McWhorter Office__________________________________________________(405) 744-7853 Cell __________________________________________________(405) 612-5240 E-Mail ____________________________________________wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu Mailing Address ________________________________________220 Athletics Center __________________________________________________Stillwater, OK 74078 Website ______________________________________________www.okstate.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(405) 744-5757

Contact __________________________________________________Justin Moore Office__________________________________________________(512) 232-9438 Cell __________________________________________________________N/A E-Mail________________________________________________justin.moore@utexas.edu Mailing Address ______________________________2139 San Jacinto Blvd, RMRZ B.206 ____________________________________________________Austin, TX 78712 Website ____________________________________________www.TexasSports.com Press Box Phone __________________________________________(512) 471-1146 71


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 2010 2011 2012 2013

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* Texas/Texas A&M* Texas/Texas A&M* Baylor/Missouri* Kansas State/Oklahoma*

*The Big Eight/12 has conducted a postseason tournament every year since 1976. The asterisk indicates the tournament champion.

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The Big 12 is in its 18th year as it continues to promote the strength and success of one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences under the direction of secondyear commissioner Bob Bowlsby. TCU and West Virginia joined the league on July 1, 2012 and became the Big 12’s first additions since inception, joining Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech. With 10 members, the Big 12 remains as the only major conference in the nation to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play with a full roundrobin schedule. The Conference’s hard work ethic and strong values have translated to enormous success in its first 17-plus years. In the fall of 2013, former Texas Tech track and field student-athlete Ifeatu Okafor was named the Big 12’s first NCAA Woman of the Year. Texas became the 12th league volleyball squad to advance to the national semifinals while three teams placed in the top 15 at the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships. Big 12 football placed two teams for the sixth time in what was the final season of the BCS with Oklahoma defeating twotime defending national champion Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 52 NCAA team titles and 537 individual national championships. The trophy case added more hardware in 2012-13 as Texas won the NCAA Championship in women’s volleyball and the Oklahoma State men’s cross country team captured its third national title in the last four seasons. Oklahoma State won the Western crown in equestrian while Oklahoma became one of just five programs to capture multiple national championships in softball. The year ended with Kansas hoisting its first NCAA trophy in women’s outdoor track and field. Additionally, the Big 12 picked up 20 individual national titles. Several other sports also made strong national showings a year ago. Big 12 football sent a national-record 90 percent of its teams to bowl games. Women’s basketball claimed the top position in conference RPI for the sixth consecutive season and was the only league to place 80 percent of its teams in postseason play and 70 percent in the NCAA Championship. Baylor won the Big 12’s first men’s basketball NIT title. Kansas indoor track & field, Oklahoma women’s gymnastics and Oklahoma State wrestling finished as runner-up in their respective national championships. Additionally, Texas joined Oklahoma in the Softball College World Series while KState and Oklahoma competed in baseball Super Regionals. Individually, Baylor center Brittney Griner earned consensus women’s basketball national player of the year for the second season. Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart was named National Freshman of the Year by two different outlets, while Jeff Withey of Kansas was selected the National Association of Basketball Coaches Defensive Player of the Year. Texas volleyball head coach Jerritt Elliott received American Volleyball Coaches Association Coach of the Year honors. Oklahoma pitcher Keilani Ricketts repeated as the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year, giving the Big 12 two of the three all-time multiple winners as former Texas player Cat Osterman earned the award three times. Ricketts also claimed the Honda Award for softball for the second consecutive season and the Honda Cup, given to the nation’s top female collegiate athlete by the Collegiate Women’s Sports Awards. Kansas track & field head coach Stanley Redwine and assistant coach Wayne Pate each earned national accolades as the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) awarded the two with outdoor coach of the year honors. The Big 12 lays claim to five Heisman Trophy winners since 1996 and has had a finalist in 12 of its 18 seasons – tied for the most of any league. Twenty athletes have earned major individual awards in football in the past six campaigns. Overall, more than 1,400 student-athletes have earned All-America recognition in the past five years alone. Through its first 17 years, the Big 12 has claimed a team national championship in 16 of the sports it sponsors. The Conference finished the BCS era ranked tied for second with seven appearances in the National Championship Game. League squads combined to lead the nation in women’s basketball attendance 14 consec-

utive years and the Big 12 is the only conference to surpass the one-million mark in season attendance – doing so six times. In men’s basketball, the league is the only conference in the nation where every coach has guided a team to the NCAA Tournament, including six coaches that have led teams to the Final Four. During the last nine years a total of 31 NCAA trophies have been hoisted by Big 12 institutions, with at least one national crown won in all but one year for the Conference, including 16 consecutive seasons. 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. National academic accolades have always been strong in the Big 12. Danielle Robinson (Oklahoma) and Sam Acho (Texas) were selected to receive Today’s Top VIII Awards – one of the NCAA’s top honors. It recognizes student-athletes who completed their athletic eligibility during 2010-11 for success on the fields and courts, in the classroom and in the community. In the last two seasons, three student-athletes were recipients of the NCAA Elite 89 Award. That honor showcases individuals who have reached the pinnacle of competition at the national championship level, while also achieving the highest academic standard among their peers. In its short history, the Big 12 has had 573 Academic All-America recipients, averaging more than 30 each season. Big 12 student-athletes have shown commitment to their studies by earning numerous individual academic recognitions. Ten times in the past nine years a league athlete has garnered the top academic honor for their respective sport, including Gabe Ikard (Oklahoma) for football in 2013. The Big 12 can take pride in other stories that combine on and off the field success. Patience Knight (Texas Tech) was the recipient of the Honda Inspiration Award in 2008, given to an outstanding female college athlete who overcomes adversity to excel in her sport. She was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in 2007, but rebounded to win All-America honors at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Oklahoma State women’s basketball was the inaugural recipient of the “Together We R” Team Award in 2012, recognizing programs that have strived to succeed in the face of adversity. Following a devastating tornado south of Oklahoma City just before the Big 12 Baseball Championship in 2013, several league baseball teams along with other student-athletes, coaches and former Conference players contributed help in a variety of ways. Plus, the Conference contributed $200,000 to the relief efforts. Competitive excellence, scholarship and sportsmanship are all equal components of the Big 12 philosophy. All-Big 12 teams and Academic All-Big 12 squads are recognized for each sport at the end of their respective seasons. At the end of each academic year, the Conference honors its top male and female student-athletes with the Big 12 Athlete of the Year and Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year awards. Institutions can also nominate student-athletes for the prestigious Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarships. A total of 313 scholars have received near $2.2 million in postgraduate financial aid through the first 17 years of the program. The Big 12 sponsors 23 sports. Men’s squads include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and wrestling. Women’s teams are fielded in basketball, cross country, equestrian, golf, gymnastics, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis and volleyball. Big 12 institutions create a league that encompasses five states and nearly 37 million people. More than 4,200 student-athletes from across the United States and around the World compete annually in the sports sponsored by the Conference. The Conference conducts postseason championships for 20 of its 23 sports. Each championship helps to determine teams and/or individuals that will represent the Conference in national postseason competition. In its first 17 years, the Conference has distributed more than $1.8 billion to its member institutions. The conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas.


BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

2014 PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP May 21-25 Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City, Okla. The Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship returns to Oklahoma City’s Chickasaw Bricktown Ball- From 2006-2010, the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship used a pool play format and the winpark for the annual eight-team championship in 2014. ners of each pool met in the championship game. The Big 12 baseball coaches wanted to make the change for two reasons. First, the double-elimination format mirrors what is used in the NCAA tourChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, which was opened on April 2, 1998, and seats 13,066 fans, serves as nament. Second, the current four-team pool play format was determined by head-to-head records the home facility for the Triple-A Oklahoma City RedHawks. The venue is hosting the 15th baseball and, from time to time, the championship game participants were determined on Friday, deeming Satchampionship in the conference’s 18-year tenure. urday’s games useless in terms of championship results. Previous championships have set almost annual attendance records while playing at three sites to CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY date: All-Sports Stadium (1997) in Oklahoma City, Bricktown Ballpark (1998-2001, ‘03, ‘05-12), and Oklahoma City and Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark will host the Phillips 66 Baseball Championship yet Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (2002, ‘04). again this season. The event has been contested in Oklahoma City 15 of the last 18 years (All Sports Stadium - 1997; Bricktown Ballpark - 1998-01, ‘03, ‘05-12). Past championship winners include Kansas (2006), Missouri (2012), Nebraska (1999-2001, ‘05), Oklahoma (1997, 2013), Oklahoma State (2004) Texas (2002-03, 08-09), Texas A&M (2007 and 2010- In 2002, the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship moved to the largest postseason venue with 11) and Texas Tech (1998). the exception of football and outdoor track & field in Big 12 history. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, home of the American League’s Texas Rangers, set a record with 150,196 tickets sold for 14 CHAMPIONSHIP FORMAT games. In the two years (2002, ‘04) at Rangers Ballpark, the tournament had 275,824 tickets sold for For the third-straight season, the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship will feature a double- 27 games - an average of more than 10,000. elimination format. The top eight teams in the league standings at the end of the year will be split into two four-team pools and will use double-elimination to determine a winner of each pool. Those winners The Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship has received consistent television coverage over the years, with will meet in a one-game championship game. this year’s tournament scheduled to be broadcasted on Fox Sports 1. FSN and its regional affiliates have carried each title game. Numerous other games have been available via the Big 12 website over The Championship will start on Wednesday with four games followed by four games on Thursday. The the last two seasons. Friday and Saturday schedules will be determined by on the number of games needed to determine the winners in each pool. The championship game will be held on Sunday. TICKET INFORMATION For ticket information, contact the Oklahoma City RedHawks at (405) 218-1000.

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SERIES RECORDS BIG 12 OPPONENTS Team Total H A N Baylor 19-41 11-13 4-25 4-3 **Iowa State 76-98 45-45 28-49 3-4 Kansas 172-163-1 98-81-1 67-84 7-2 Oklahoma 74-186-1 47-81 24-93-1 3-12 Oklahoma State 58-155 38-59 15-91 3-4 TCU 5-6 2-1 3-5 0-0 Texas 14-45-1 5-18 9-24-1 0-3 Texas Tech 25-28-1 14-10 8-15-1 3-3 West Virginia 2-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 Totals 560-989-3 (.362) Big Six/Seven/Eight Conference Record: 393-703 (.359) Big 12 Conference Record: 167-286-3 (.370)

Last 2013 2001 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS AMERICA EAST CONFERENCE (7-1) Team Total Binghamton 3-0 Hartford 4-0 Stony Brook 0-1

H 3-0 4-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0

N Last 0-0 2008 0-0 2012 0-1 2003

Ohio State Penn State Purdue

3-1 3-1 2-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

3-1 2007 3-1 2007 2-0 2006

BIG WEST CONFERENCE (13-10) Team Total UC Irvine 1-1 UC Riverside 0-1 UC Santa Barbara 0-1 Cal Poly 1-2 Cal State Northridge 2-2 Hawai’i 2-1 Pacific 7-2

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

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

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

Last 2008 1971 2007 2013 1998 1970 2012

COLONIAL ATHLETIC (5-0) Team Delaware **Drexel George Mason James Madison Northeastern

Total 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

H 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Last 2010 2002 2013 2007 2010

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

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (4-5) Team Total Clemson 1-3 Maryland 2-0 Miami 0-1 North Carolina 1-0 Virginia Tech 0-1

H 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE (3-2) Team Total East Tennessee State 0-1 Jacksonville 1-0 Lipscomb 0-1 North Florida 1-0 Stetson 1-0

CONFERENCE USA (17-30) Team Total Houston 2-2 Memphis 3-10 Rice 1-3 **SMU 3-1 Southern Miss 3-3 Tulane 0-5 **Tulsa 5-6

H 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

N 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0

Last 2010 1996 2002 1996 2010

GREAT WEST (13-1) Team Chicago State North Dakota Texas-Pan American

Total 9-0 2-0 2-1

H 8-0 2-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 1-0

N Last 1-0 2010 0-0 2009 1-1 1999

ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE (16-0) Team Total Butler 4-0 **Duquesne 1-0 Saint Louis 2-0 St. Bonaventure 1-0 Temple 1-0 Xavier 7-0

H 4-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 3-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 4-0

Last 2009 2010 1989 2010 2003 2009

HORIZON LEAGUE (9-0) Team **Cleveland State Illinois-Chicago Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Total 2-0 2-0 5-0

H 2-0 2-0 4-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0

N Last 0-0 1997 0-0 1996 1-0 2010

IVY LEAGUE (2-1) Team Harvard

Total 2-1

H 0-0

A 0-0

N Last 2-1 2010

METRO ATLANTIC CONFERENCE (11-0) Team Total Manhattan (N.Y.) 1-0 Niagara 8-0 Rider 1-0 St. Peter’s 1-0

H 0-0 8-0 0-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

N 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0

Last 1992 2013 2003 2003

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE (18-2) Team Total Buffalo 3-0 Central Michigan 4-1 Eastern Michigan 4-0 Kent State 5-0 Miami (Ohio) 0-1 Western Michigan 2-0

H 3-0 3-0 3-0 4-0 0-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

Last 2004 2007 2005 2010 2001 2010

BIG EAST CONFERENCE (54-42-1) Team Total H A Creighton 47-37-1 35-17-111-18 Notre Dame 3-0 0-0 0-0 Rutgers 0-1 0-0 0-0 Seton Hall 2-1 0-0 0-0 St. John’s 2-0 0-0 0-0 South Florida 0-2 0-0 0-2 Villanova 0-1 0-0 0-0 BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE (3-1) Team Total Coastal Carolina 1-1 High Point 1-0 Liberty 1-0 BIG TEN CONFERENCE (143-190) Team Total Illinois 1-4 Indiana 2-2 Iowa 9-7 Michigan 1-0 Michigan State 5-0 Minnesota 4-8 Nebraska 109-166 Northwestern 4-1 74

H 0-0 0-0 1-0

A 1-1 0-0 0-0

H 0-0 0-0 6-6 0-0 3-0 2-5 69-75 2-0

A 0-1 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 39-87 0-0

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

Last 2013 2010 2001 2007 2007 1990 2010

N Last 0-0 2013 1-0 2013 0-0 1989 N 1-3 2-2 1-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1-4 2-1

Last 2011 1998 2013 1997 2008 2013 2013 2009

K-STATE vs. CONFERENCES* America East....................................................................................7-1 Atlantic Coast ..................................................................................4-5 Atlantic Sun ....................................................................................3-2 Atlantic 10 ....................................................................................16-0 Big East....................................................................................54-42-1 ^Big Eight..............................................................................403-712 Big South ........................................................................................3-1 Big Ten ....................................................................................143-190 ^Big 12 ..............................................................................167-286-3 Big West ......................................................................................13-10 Colonial Athletic ..............................................................................5-0 Conference USA ..........................................................................17-30 Great West ....................................................................................13-1 Horizon ............................................................................................9-0 Ivy....................................................................................................2-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic ....................................................................11-0 Mid-American ................................................................................18-2 Mid-Eastern ....................................................................................3-0 Missouri Valley ............................................................................56-66 Mountain West..........................................................................27-16-1 Non Division I/Discontinued..................................................514-145-3 Northeast ......................................................................................13-2 Ohio Valley ......................................................................................8-6 Pac-12 ........................................................................................46-84 Southeastern ........................................................................147-265-3 Southern ..........................................................................................1-2 Southland ....................................................................................32-40 Southwestern ..................................................................................1-0 The Summit League........................................................................36-2 Sun Belt ........................................................................................9-21 Western Athletic ..........................................................................34-14 West Coast ......................................................................................6-9 * Current members ^ vs. Members at Time of Competition

DECADE-BY-DECADE RECORD

MID-EASTERN CONFERENCE (3-0) Team Total Bethune-Cookman 3-0

H 3-0

A 0-0

N Last 0-0 2013

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) 2010-13 ....................................242..............................145-97 (.599) Total 3,349 1,605-1,695-10 (.486)

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE (56-66) Team Total H Bradley 1-0 0-0 Illinois State 4-2 3-0 Indiana State 1-0 0-0 **Northern Iowa 4-3 1-1 Missouri State 12-10 6-3 Wichita State 34-51 21-18

A 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 4-6 13-31

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE (27-16-1) Team Total H Air Force 11-3 4-0 **Colorado State 5-2 1-1 Fresno State 0-2 0-0 Nevada 1-0 0-0 New Mexico 6-7-1 3-4-1 San Diego State 3-1 0-0 UNLV 1-1 0-0

A 4-2 1-1 0-2 0-0 2-2 3-0 0-1

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (13-2) Team Total Bryant 1-0 Central Conn. St. 1-0 Long Island (N.Y.) 3-2 Sacred Heart 3-0 **Saint Francis (N.Y.) 4-0 Wagner 1-0

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

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

Last 1988 2007 1983 2005 2012 2013

N Last 3-1 1999 3-0 1991 0-0 1993 1-0 2009 1-1 2001 0-1 2012 1-0 2001 N 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0

Last 2013 2000 2011 2012 2005 2002


SERIES RECORDS OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE (8-6) Team Total Austin Peay 0-1 Eastern Illinois 5-0 Morehead State 2-1 Murray State 1-3 SE Missouri State 0-1

H 0-0 4-0 2-0 0-0 0-1

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

PAC-12 CONFERENCE (46-84) Team Total H A Arizona 0-1 0-0 0-0 Arizona State 2-4 1-0 0-2 California 0-4 0-2 0-1 **Colorado 33-58 19-18 14-39 UCLA 3-0 3-0 0-0 Oregon State 4-5 0-0 4-4 Stanford 0-2 0-0 0-0 USC 0-2 0-0 0-0 Utah 1-0 0-0 0-0 Washington 1-5 1-3 0-0 Washington State 2-3 1-0 0-0 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE (147-265-3) Team Total H Alabama 1-2 0-0 Arkansas 18-29 1-0 Florida 0-2 0-0 Kentucky 1-0 0-0 LSU 8-11-1 0-0 Mississippi 5-10 0-0 Mississippi State 0-1 0-0 Missouri 101-168-1 54-85 Texas A&M 13-42-1 8-13

A 0-2 16-28 0-2 0-0 8-11-1 5-10 0-1 44-80-1 5-22-1

N 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

Last 1999 2006 2004 1967 2003

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

Last 1993 2009 2011 1980 2001 2013 2011 1994 2001 2003 2010

N 1-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-7

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE (1-2) Team Total The Citadel 1-1 Elon 0-1

H 0-0 0-0

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE (32-40) Team Total Central Arkansas 2-0 Lamar 6-3 McNeese State 1-0 Nicholls State 2-0 Northwestern State 0-1 Oral Roberts 20-35 SE Louisiana 1-1

H A N 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 6-6 13-28 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-1

A 1-1 0-0

Last 2004 2013 1992 2013 2001 1986 1986 2012 2012

N Last 0-0 2013 0-1 2013

Last 2008 2008 1995 1987 2005 2006 1998

SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (1-0) Team Total H A Grambling 1-0 0-0 0-0

N Last 1-0 2010

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE (36-2) Team North Dakota State Oakland Omaha South Dakota State Western Illinois

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

Last 2007 2013 2013 2006 2011

A 6-7 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-4 0-0 0-0

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

Last 2008 2003 2003 1986 2006 2003 2011

Total H 8-0 8-0 3-0 3-0 4-0 4-0 9-0 7-0 12-2 11-2

SUN BELT CONFERENCE (9-21) Team Total Arkansas State 7-10 Florida Atlantic 0-2 Florida International 1-2 Louisiana 0-1 Louisiana-Monroe 1-4 Troy 0-1 Western Kentucky 0-1

H 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (34-14) Team Total H Bakersfield 4-3 1-1 Dallas Baptist 0-1 0-0 **Denver 1-1 1-1 Louisiana Tech 3-1 0-0 New Mexico State 4-2 0-0 Northern Colorado 13-1 13-1 Sacramento State 1-0 0-0 San Jose State 1-1 0-0 Texas State 1-1 0-0 UT-Arlington 4-1 0-0 UTSA 2-2 2-0

A 3-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 3-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 4-1 0-2

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

Last 2012 1985 1976 2004 2005 2013 2005 1989 1985 2006 2009

WEST COAST CONFERENCE (6-9) Team Total Brigham Young 5-4 Pepperdine 1-0 Portland 0-1 Santa Clara 0-1 San Diego 0-3

A 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2

N 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

Last 2010 1997 2005 2008 2012

A 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-1 3-1 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 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 0-0

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

Last 1897 1966 1970 1991 1984 1982 1992 2002 2007 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 2000 1954 1990 1973 1902 1903 2006 1930 2008 1907 1910 1970 1989

H 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

NON-DIVISION I/DISCONTINUED (514-145-3) Team Total H 1-0 1-0 Abilene H.S. (Kan.) 1-1 0-0 Abilene Christian (Texas) **Army (Hawaii) 1-1 0-0 4-0 4-0 Augustana (Ill.) Baker (Kan.) 31-6 30-4 **Bellevue (Kan.) 6-0 6-0 11-3 11-3 Benedictine (Kan.) 37-4 35-3 Bethany (Kan.) Centenary 3-1 0-0 Central Christian (Kan.) 2-0 2-0 Central Missouri 4-1 3-0 Central Oklahoma St. 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 Chapman H.S. (Kan.) Chicago Cubs 0-1 0-1 **Chillaco 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-0 **Chinese Univ. (Hawaii) 2-0 2-0 Concordia (Minn.) **Cooper 2-0 1-0 **Cotner 3-0 2-0 C.W. Post-Long Island 2-0 2-0 1-2 0-0 Delta State (Miss.) Doane (Neb.) 5-0 5-0 2-0 2-0 Drury (Mo.) 8-5-1 6-4-1 **Emporia Normal (Kan.) Emporia State (Kan.) 26-7 19-6 **Epworth 1-0 1-0 **Forbes Air Base 2-0 2-0 Fort Hays State 35-8 34-8 16-4 10-1 **Fort Riley (Kan.) Friends (Kan.) 26-1 26-1 16-11 15-5 **Haskell (Kan.) Hastings (Neb.) 1-0 1-0 4-1 4-0 **Highland Park (Iowa) Hillsdale (Mich.) 1-0 1-0 **Honolulu Uni. 0-1 0-1 **Howard (D.C.) 7-1 7-1 **Hutchinson Naval Air 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 Ithaca (N.Y.) 2-2 0-0 **John Brown (Ark.) Junction City H.S. (Kan.) 2-0 2-0 **Kansas City Blues (Mo.) 0-2 0-2 Kansas Wesleyan 17-2 15-2 1-0 1-0 **Kirksville Tech (Mo.) Le Moyne 3-1 3-1 Leonardville H.S. (Kan.) 1-0 1-0 Manhattan H.S. (Kan.) 7-2 7-2 4-0 0-0 **Marines (Hawaii) **Marymount (Va.) 12-2 12-2

McPherson (Kan.) 1-0 1-0 0-0 **Memphis Naval Air 5-1 0-0 5-1 4-0 4-0 0-0 Metro State (Colo.) Minnesota-Morris 1-1 1-1 0-0 Missouri Baptist 1-0 1-0 0-0 Missouri Southern 4-2 0-0 2-1 Missouri Valley 1-0 1-0 0-0 Missouri Western 23-3 20-3 2-0 3-0 3-0 0-0 Morningside (Iowa) Nebraska-Kearney 1-0 1-0 0-0 Nebraska Wesleyan 3-0 2-0 1-0 New Orleans 3-2 3-0 0-2 Newman 5-0 5-0 0-0 **NE Illinois 5-1 3-0 1-1 NW Missouri St. 8-7-1 6-5-1 2-2 NW Oklahoma St. 3-0 3-0 0-0 Oklahoma City 2-3 0-0 2-3 8-1 7-1 1-0 Ottawa (Kan.) 6-0 6-0 0-0 Peru State (Neb.) **Phillips (Okla.) 0-2 0-2 0-0 **Pikers 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 Quincy (Ill.) 1-0 1-0 0-0 **Randolph (Kan.) Regis (Colo.) 4-1 4-1 0-0 2-1 2-0 0-1 Rockhurst (Kan.) 16-13-110-4-1 6-9 St. Mary’s (Kan.) St. Olaf (Minn.) 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 **St. Paul (Minn.) **Salina Normal (Kan.) 1-1 1-1 0-0 School of Ozarks (Ark.) 1-1 1-1 0-0 3-0 3-0 0-0 So. Nazarene (Okla.) 1-0 1-0 0-0 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) 4-0 4-0 0-0 **Southwestern (Kan.) Southwestern (Texas) 3-1 0-0 1-1 Sterling (Kan.) 4-0 4-0 0-0 **Submarine Pacific 0-1 0-0 0-0 8-0 8-0 0-0 **Tarkio (Mo.) **Topeka White Sox 1-1 1-1 0-0 **U.S. International 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 Valley City State (N.D.) 32-22 29-15 3-7 Washburn (Kan.) Washington (Mo.) 1-0 1-0 0-0 15-2 15-2 0-0 Wayne State (Neb.) William Jewell (Mo.) 5-1 5-1 0-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 William Woods (Mo.) Wisconsin-River Falls 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 York (Neb.)

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

1908 1957 1983 1979 1989 1983 1910 1998 1985 1982 1910 2011 2010 1995 1983 1986 1978 1971 1994 1975 1920 1988 1906 1996 1941 1981 1985 1907 1898 1986 2002 1988 1933 1963 2004 1970 1989 1909 1989 1979 2005 1914 1993 2005 2001 1983 1999

** No longer fields baseball

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BIG 12 RESULTS WON A HOME SERIES VERSUS ...

SWEPT A HOME SERIES VERSUS ...

Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

Baylor Kansas Oklahoma

2010 (5-2, 5-2, 3-2) 2012 (2-0, 0-6, 9-3) 2013 (6-5, 5-2, 3-7) 2010 (14-11, 9-3, 13-3) 2013 (6-1, 2-1, 2-5) 1998 (11-10, 6-10, 5-3) 2013 (6-5, 15-2, 12-2) 2013 (2-13, 6-5, 4-3)

Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

2010 (5-2, 5-2, 3-2) ***2008 (5-0, 5-4, 11-10) *1995 (7-1, 14-9) 1990 (15-13, 4-0, 10-6, 2-1) 2010 (14-11, 9-3, 13-3) No sweep to date No sweep to date 2013 (6-5, 15-2, 12-2) No sweep to date

WON A ROAD SERIES VERSUS ... Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

No series win to date 2013 (4-3, 9-6, 7-3) 1971 (3-2, 1-5, 4-0) 2009 (5-3, 3-2) 1966 (3-1, 1-6, 8-6) 2013 (3-2, 3-6, 9-3) 2012 (7-5, 5-1, 2-8) No series win to date

SWEPT A ROAD SERIES VERSUS ... Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

Not a sweep to date 2013 (4-3, 9-6, 7-3) *1928 (11-9, 3-2) 2009 (4-2, 5-4, 6-6, *) No sweep to date No sweep to date No sweep to date No sweep to date

LOST A HOME SERIES VERSUS ... Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

2012 (2-5, 12-14, 11-12) ***2006 (5-8, 2-5, 5-4) 2009 (9-1, 11-12, 4-29) 2012 (0-5, 3-13, 5-9) No series loss to date 2012 (5-2, 4-6, 5-8) 2009 (0-6, 6-12, 9-5) No series loss to date

WAS SWEPT IN A HOME SERIES VERSUS ... Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

2012 (2-5, 12-14, 11-12) ***2004 (3-5, 6-19, 4-7) 1986 (5-7, 2-4, 2-10, 22-27) 2012 (0-5, 3-13, 5-9) No sweep to date 2006 (2-7, 2-10, 9-10) 1997 (6-11, 1-6, 7-12) No sweep to date

LOST A ROAD SERIES VERSUS ... Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

2013 (3-2, 8-10, 6-7) **2009 (4-1, 3-9, 7-17) 2012 (1-5, 8-7, 3-4) 2013 (2-9, 6-7, 3-2) 1984 (3-11, 1-7, 7-12) 2007 (3-10, 3-14, 11-9) 2010 (5-8, 4-13, 10-6) No series loss to date

*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 [18-42 OVERALL, 15-37 BIG 12] 3/28/66 3/28/66 4/22/97 4/22/97 4/23/97 4/21/98 4/21/98 4/22/98 2/26/99 2/27/99 2/28/99 5/12/2000 5/13/2000 5/14/2000 3/30/2001 3/31/2001 4/1/2001 4/26/2002 4/27/2002 4/28/2002 5/23/2002 5/3/2003 5/3/2003 5/4/2003 5/1/2004 5/1/2004 5/2/2004 4/8/2005 4/9/2005 4/10/2005 5/19/2006 5/20/2006 5/21/2006 5/18/2007 5/19/2007 5/20/2007 4/11/2008 4/12/2008 4/13/2008 5/24/2008 3/27/2009 3/28/2009 3/29/2009 5/21/2009 4/16/2010 4/17/2010

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Baylor......................................2-0 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State ..........................5-0 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................9-7 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................10-9....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................9-7 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State ..........................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor ....................................10-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................7-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor ....................................22-6....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................7-0 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor..................................7-6 (10) ................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................16-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................7-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor ....................................10-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor ....................................14-0....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................8-7 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................10-2....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State..........................14-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................12-9 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-2............................Arlington, Texas% Baylor ....................................11-1....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................10-1....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................12-2....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................8-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................8-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................8-3 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................11-3....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................8-4 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State ..........................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................9-8 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ....................................13-7....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................9-3 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State ..........................6-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................5-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor......................................3-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..........................7-1 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................3-2 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................7-6 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State ..........................9-4 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..........................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan.

WAS SWEPT IN A ROAD SERIES VERSUS ... Baylor Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia

4/18/2010 5/26/2010 3/25/2011 3/26/2011 3/27/2011 4/13/2012 4/14/2012 4/15/2012 5/23/2012 5/25/2012 3/28/2013 3/29/2013 3/30/2013 5/24/2013

2007 (8-9, 7-13, 3-9) *2001 (3-7, 7-8) **1994 (6-13, 4-7, 3-10) 2004 (6-21, 2-4, 2-16) 2003 (1-10, 1-11, 9-11) 1984 (3-11, 1-7, 7-12) 2003 (1-12, 1-3, 1-12) 2004 (3-8, 0-3, 2-8) No sweep to date

Kansas State ..........................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor ....................................11-8 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Baylor......................................5-4 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State ..........................6-3 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................4-3 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor....................................14-12............................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor................................12-11 (11)........................Manhattan, Kan. Baylor ....................................11-1 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Baylor ....................................11-2 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..........................3-2 ....................................Waco, Texas Baylor ................................10-8 (13)................................Waco, Texas Baylor......................................7-6 ....................................Waco, Texas Kansas State..........................13-9 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.%

%Big 12 Championship

Total Runs Scored: Baylor 516, Kansas State 285 K-State at Home: 11-13 K-State on the Road: 4-25 K-State at Neutral: 4-3 In Big 12 Play: 15-37 Longest K-State Win Streak: 4 (5/21/2009 to 4/18/2010) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 11 (4/21/98 to 4/1/2001) Last K-State Win: 5/24/2013 (13-9 in Oklahoma City) Last K-State Loss: 3/30/2013 (7-6 in Waco) Last K-State Shutout Win: 3/28/66 (5-0 in Waco) Last K-State Shutout Loss: 4/13/2008 (3-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 28 (Baylor, 22-6, 2/26/99 in Waco) Largest Margin of Victory: 6 (7-1, 3/27/2009 in Waco) Largest Margin of Defeat: 16 (22-6, 2/26/99 in Waco)

KANSAS [172-163-1 OVERALL, 31-18 BIG 12] 1897 1897 1899 1900 1991 1991 1902 1903 1903 1904 1905 1905 1906 1906 1907 1907

Kansas ..................................9-6................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ..................................31-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ..................................14-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas....................................9-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ..................................10-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ..................................10-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas....................................9-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................19-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ..................................19-1 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................7-3................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas....................................6-1................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................8-6................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas....................................6-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-0................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-3................................Lawrence, Kan.

1907 1908 1908 1909 1909 1909 1911 1911 1911 1911 1912 1913 1913 1913 1913 1914 1914 1915 1915 1915 1916 1916 1916 1916 1919 1919 1920 1920 1921 1921 1923 1923 1924 1924 1925 1925 1925 1927 1927 1928 1928 1928 1928 1929 1929 1929 1929 1930 1930 1930 1931 1931 1931 1931 1932 1932 1932 1932 1937 1937 1937 1937 1938 1938 1938 1939 1940 1940 1940 1940 1941 1941 1942 1942 1942 1942 1946 1946 1946 1946 1947 1947 1947 1948 1948 1948 1949 1949 1949 1949 1950 1950 1950 1950 5/4/51 5/5/51 5/15/51 5/14/51 4/25/52 4/26/52 5/12/52 5/13/52 5/2/53

Kansas State ..........................6-5................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................2-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas....................................5-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas....................................4-2................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-4................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ..................................15-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. 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.


BIG 12 RESULTS 1953 4/14/54 5/14/55 5/14/55 4/23/56 4/24/56 4/19/57 4/20/57 4/20/57 5/16/58 5/17/58 5/17/58 5/15/59 5/16/59 5/16/59 5/20/60 5/21/60 5/21/60 5/12/61 5/12/61 5/13/61 4/13/62 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 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

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. 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. 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.+

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 3/21/92 3/22/92 4/27/93 4/30/93 5/1/93 5/2/93 3/22/94 3/23/94 4/30/94 5/1/94 5/1/94 4/14/95 4/15/95 4/16/95 4/18/95 4/19/95 5/20/95 4/23/96 4/24/96 4/26/96 4/27/96 4/28/96 5/17/96 4/15/97 5/2/97 5/3/97 5/4/97 5/1/98 5/2/98 5/3/98 4/27/99 4/30/99 5/1/99 5/2/99 5/5/2000 5/6/2000 5/7/2000 5/4/2001 5/5/2001 5/6/2001 5/18/2002 5/19/2002 5/19/2002 5/16/2003 5/17/2003 5/18/2003 5/21/2004 5/22/2004 5/23/2004 4/29/2005 4/30/2005 5/1/2005 4/21/2006 4/22/2006 4/23/2006 4/3/2007 5/4/2007 5/5/2007 5/16/2008 5/17/2008 5/18/2008 5/15/2009 5/16/2009 5/17/2009 5/20/2009 5/14/2010 5/15/2010 5/16/2010

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 (10)............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-5................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ................................5-4 (10)............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ......................3-2 (10)..........................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. 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 (10)..........................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 (11)............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas....................................9-7..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas ................................5-2 (10)..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................2-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................13-3 ..................................Wichita, Kan. Kansas State ......................8-6 (10)............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..........................10-3 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-2................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ................................7-5 (11)..........................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.% Kansas State ..........................5-4................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas....................................7-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................8-5..............................Manhattan, Kan.

5/28/2010 5/20/2011 5/21/2011 5/22/2011 4/25/2012 5/11/2012 5/12/2012 5/13/2012 5/10/2013 5/11/2013 5/12/2013

Kansas State..........................10-5 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ....................11-10 (11)........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................13-9 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State..........................10-6 ..............................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas ................................8-7 (11)..........................Lawrence, Kan.& Kansas State ..........................2-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas....................................6-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-3................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-6................................Lawrence, Kan. Kansas State ..........................7-3................................Lawrence, Kan.

$UT-Pan American Tournament, +Big Eight Tournament, %Big 12 Championship, & NonConference Game

Total Runs Scored: Kansas 2124, Kansas State 2025 K-State at Home: 98-77-1 K-State on the Road: 67-84 K-State at Neutral: 7-2 K-State In Big 12 Play: 32-19 Longest K-State Win Streak: 8 (4/23/2006 to 5/15/2009) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 9 (5/5/51 to 1953) Last K-State Win: 5/12/2013 (7-3 in Lawrence) Last K-State Loss: 5/12/2012 (6-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State Shutout Win: 5/11/2012 (2-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State Shutout Loss: 5/12/2012 (6-0 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)

OKLAHOMA [74-186-1 OVERALL, 15-36 BIG 12] 1913 1920 1920 1920 1921 1922 1922 1922 1923 1923 1923 1924 1924 1924 1924 1925 1925 1925 1925 1926 1926 1927 1927 1928 1928 1929 1929 1930 1930 1929 1929 1931 1931 1932 1933 1933 1934 1934 1934 1935 1936 1936 1938 1938 1939 1939 1940 1940 1941 1941 1942 1942 1946 1946 1947 1948 1948 1949 1949 1950 1950 4/13/51 4/14/51 5/5/52 1952 5/10/54 5/11/54 4/30/56 4/27/57 4/27/57 5/9/58 5/10/58 5/10/58 5/13/60

Kansas State ..........................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................7-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................6-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................2-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................15-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-7..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................8-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................3-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................8-3 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................4-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..............................10-1 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................2-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................5-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................3-0 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................5-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................7-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................6-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................11-9 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................3-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................5-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................5-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Tied ........................................6-6 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................4-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-7..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................9-7..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................4-3 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................11-0 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................5-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................7-6 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................7-6 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................4-3 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................3-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................2-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................9-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..............................11-5 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................10-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................2-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................9-8 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................6-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................14-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................3-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................11-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................8-6 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................11-4 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................10-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................20-6 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................5-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................8-5 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................5-4 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................7-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..............................11-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................9-5 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..............................18-12............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma..............................24-12............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................6-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..............................11-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..............................15-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................9-0 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................12-4 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................8-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2 ................................Norman, Okla.

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BIG 12 RESULTS 5/13/60 5/14/60 5/5/61 5/5/61 5/6/61 4/6/62 4/6/62 4/7/62 1963 1963 1963 1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 4/8/66 4/8/66 4/9/66 5/12/67 5/12/67 5/13/67 4/12/68 4/12/68 4/13/68 4/18/69 4/18/69 4/19/69 5/8/70 5/8/70 5/9/70 3/26/71 4/23/71 4/23/71 4/24/71 4/7/72 4/7/72 4/8/72 4/6/73 4/6/73 4/7/73 5/3/74 5/3/74 5/4/74 4/27/76 4/27/76 4/29/77 4/29/77 4/30/77 4/30/77 4/28/78 4/28/78 4/29/78 4/29/78 4/20/79 4/20/79 4/21/79 4/21/79 4/18/80 4/18/80 4/19/80 4/19/80 4/10/81 4/10/81 4/11/81 4/11/81 4/24/82 4/24/82 4/25/82 4/25/82 4/16/83 4/16/83 4/17/83 4/17/83 5/11/83 4/15/84 4/15/84 4/16/84 4/16/ 84 3/14/85 4/13/85 4/13/85 4/14/85 4/14/85 4/11/86 4/12/86 4/12/86 4/13/86 3/27/87 4/4/87 4/4/87 4/5/87 4/5/87 4/8/88 4/10/88 4/10/88 4/11/88 3/31/89 4/1/89 4/1/89 4/2/89 3/30/90

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Oklahoma ..............................16-7 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................6-5 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................2-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................4-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................8-6..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ............................6-2 (11) ............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................3-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................5-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ......................1-0 (15)..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................2-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ............................5-4 (15)..........................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................1-0 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................8-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................5-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................6-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. 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.

3/31/90 3/31/90 4/1/90 3/29/91 3/30/91 3/30/91 3/31/91 3/27/92 3/28/92 3/28/92 3/30/92 5/14/93 5/15/93 5/16/93 5/21/93 3/29/94 3/30/94 4/22/94 4/23/94 4/24/94 4/4/95 4/5/95 4/7/95 4/8/95 4/9/95 3/26/96 4/19/96 4/20/96 4/21/96 4/12/97 4/13/97 4/13/97 4/10/98 4/11/98 4/12/98 3/19/99 3/20/99 3/21/99 3/3/2000 3/4/2000 3/5/2000 4/13/2001 4/15/2001 4/15/2001 5/3/2002 5/4/2002 5/5/2002 5/9/2003 5/10/2003 5/11/2003 5/7/2004 5/8/2004 5/9/2004 5/6/2005 5/7/2005 5/8/2005 5/6/2006 5/6/2006 5/7/2006 4/20/2007 4/21/2007 4/22/2007 5/9/2008 5/10/2008 5/11/2008 3/20/2009 3/21/2009 3/22/2009 4/30/2010 5/1/2010 5/2/2010 5/29/2010 4/8/2011 4/9/2011 4/10/2011 5/25/2011 5/27/2011 3/30/2012 3/31/2012 4/1/2012 5/17/2013 5/18/2013 5/19/2013 5/25/2013

Kansas State ..........................4-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................10-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ......................2-1 (10)..........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................8-2 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................7-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ............................8-7 (10) ............................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. 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 (11) ........................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ............................6-5 (10)..........................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. Oklahoma ..............................14-3 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State..........................14-9 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma..............................15-11 ..............................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma ..............................13-2 ..................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..........................2-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ..............................14-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-4 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..........................4-3 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Oklahoma................................5-1 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................8-7 ................................Norman, Okla. Oklahoma................................4-3 ................................Norman, Okla. Kansas State ..........................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma................................7-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma ............................7-6 (11) ................Oklahoma City, Okla.%

$UC Riverside National Tournament, %UT-Pan American Tournament, +Big Eight Tournament, %Big 12 Championship, ^Neutral Sites

Total Runs Scored: Oklahoma 1842, Kansas State 1147 K-State at Home: 47-81 K-State on the Road: 24-93-1 K-State at Neutral: 3-12 In Big 12 Play: 15-36 Longest K-State Win Streak: 5 (1913-21) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 28 (4/24/82-4/8/88) Last K-State Win: 5/18/2013 (5-2 in Manhattan) Last K-State Loss: 5/25/2013 (7-6 in Oklahoma City) Last K-State Shutout Win: 4/8/2011 (2-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State 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 [58-155 OVERALL, 16-31 BIG 12] 1911 1920 1926 1926 1927 1927 1934 1934 1936 1936 1936 1936 1937 1937 1940 1940 1941 1942 1942 1946 1947 1947 1948 1948 1948 1949 1949 1950 1950 4/11/58 4/12/58 4/12/58 4/24/59 4/25/59 4/25/59 4/15/60 4/16/60 4/16/60 4/14/61 4/14/61 4/15/61 1963 1963 1963 4/16/65 4/16/65 4/17/65 5/13/66 5/13/66 5/14/66 4/26/68 4/26/68 4/27/68 5/16/69 5/16/69 4/24/70 4/24/70 4/25/70 3/29/71 3/29/71 3/30/71 4/14/72 4/14/72 4/15/72 5/15/73 5/16/73 5/16/73 4/19/74 4/19/74 4/20/74 4/11/75 4/11/75 4/12/75 4/2/76 4/2/76 4/3/76 4/3/76 3/9/77 3/9/77 3/10/77 3/10/77 4/23/77 4/23/77 4/24/77 4/24/77 4/21/78 4/21/78 4/22/78 4/22/78 5/4/79 5/4/79 5/5/79 5/5/79 5/2/80 5/2/80 5/3/80 5/3/80 4/17/82 4/17/82 4/18/82 4/18/82 4/9/83

Kansas State..........................13-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-0 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State......................11-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................4-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................5-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................15-3 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State......................14-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ........................12-11............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................1-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................6-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................8-7 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ..................4-3 (11)............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................9-6 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ....................18-10 ............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..........................6-5 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................9-4 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................6-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State......................10-1 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................9-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................3-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State......................21-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................5-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................3-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................5-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State......................19-0 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State......................15-0 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................8-3 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................8-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................9-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State......................11-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................8-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................5-1 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State......................10-0 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................4-3 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................5-4 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................6-5 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................7-6 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................4-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................8-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................4-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................9-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State......................10-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................4-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................3-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..........................8-7..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................7-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ....................15-14 (12)..........................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State..........................11-7 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State......................20-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. 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.


BIG 12 RESULTS 4/9/83 4/8/84 4/8/84 4/9/84 4/9/84 4/6/85 4/6/85 4/7/85 4/7/85 4/30/85 5/10/85 4/4/86 4/5/86 4/5/86 4/6/86 4/2/88 4/3/88 4/3/88 4/4/88 5/12/89 5/13/89 5/13/89 5/14/89 5/12/90 5/12/90 5/13/90 5/13/90 5/3/91 5/4/91 5/4/91 5/5/91 5/1/92 5/2/92 5/2/92 5/3/92 4/6/93 4/7/93 4/23/93 4/24/93 4/25/93 5/20/93 3/17/94 3/17/94 5/12/94 5/13/94 5/14/94 3/10/95 3/11/95 5/11/95 5/12/95 5/13/95 5/18/95 3/20/96 3/20/96 5/10/96 5/11/96 5/11/96 5/16/96 3/7/97 3/8/97 3/9/97 3/6/98 4/2/99 4/3/99 4/4/99 2/18/2000 4/7/2000 4/8/2000 4/9/2000 4/6/2001 4/7/2001 4/8/2001 3/22/2002 3/23/2002 3/23/2002 4/4/2003 4/5/2003 4/6/2003 4/23/2004 4/25/2004 4/25/2004 3/19/2005 3/20/2005 3/21/2005 4/29/2006 4/29/2006 4/30/2006 4/15/2007 4/16/2007 4/17/2007 3/28/2008 3/29/2008 3/30/2008 5/21/2008 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 3/26/2010 3/28/2010 3/28/2010 4/29/2011 4/30/2011 4/27/2012 4/28/2012

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 (10)............................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. 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 (10)..........................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. Kansas State ........................14-11............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................9-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................13-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State ......................9-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................8-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................5-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma State......................13-3 ............................Manhattan, Kan.

4/29/2012 5/24/2012 4/19/2013 4/20/2013 4/21/2013

Oklahoma State ......................9-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State..........................11-5 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla% Oklahoma State ......................9-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State ......................7-6 ..............................Stillwater, Okla. Kansas State ..........................3-2 ..............................Stillwater, Okla.

+Big Eight Tournament, !San Diego Baseball Showcase, %Big 12 Championship

3/23/2012 3/24/2012 3/25/2012 5/3/2013 5/4/2013 5/5/2013

Kansas State ..........................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..................................6-4 (11)..........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................8-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................3-2 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas ......................................6-3 ..................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ..........................9-3 ..................................Austin, Texas

%Big 12 Championship, !Big 12 Championship Title Game

Total Runs Scored: Oklahoma State 1763, Kansas State 1007 K-State at Home: 38-59 K-State on the Road: 15-91 K-State at Neutral: 3-4 In Big 12 Play: 16-32 Longest K-State Win Streak: 7 (3/30/2008 to 3/28/2010) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 23 (1949-5/13/66) Last K-State Win: 4/21/2013 (3-2 in Stillwater) Last K-State Loss: 4/20/2013 (7-6 in Stillwater) Last K-State Shutout Win: 3/30/2008 (4-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State Shutout Loss: 4/27/2012 (5-0 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)

TCU [5-6 OVERALL, 2-1 BIG 12] 3/29/66 3/29/66 3/30/66 3/10/84 3/10/84 3/13/84 3/8/87 3/8/87 4/26/2013 4/27/2013 4/28/2013

Kansas State ..........................3-1 ............................Fort Worth, Texas TCU ........................................6-1 ............................Fort Worth, Texas Kansas State ..........................8-6 ............................Fort Worth, Texas TCU ........................................11-3 ............................Fort Worth, Texas TCU ........................................7-1 ............................Fort Worth, Texas TCU ........................................12-7 ............................Fort Worth, Texas TCU ........................................4-3 ............................Fort Worth, Texas Kansas State ..........................7-6 ............................Fort Worth, Texas Kansas State ..........................6-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................2-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. TCU ........................................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan.

Total Runs Scored: TCU 60, Kansas State 42 K-State at Home: 2-1 K-State on the Road: 3-5 K-State at Neutral: 0-0 In Big 12 Play: 2-1 Longest K-State Win Streak: 3, (3/8/87, 4/26-27/2013) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 4 (3/10/84-3/8/87) Last K-State Win: 4/27/2013 (2-1 in Manhattan) Last K-State Loss: 4/28/2013 (5-2 in Manhattan) Last K-State Shutout Win: None Last K-State Shutout Loss: None Highest Scoring Game: 19 (TCU, 12-7, 3/13/84 in Fort Worth) Largest Margin of Victory: 5, (6-1, 4/26/2013 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Defeat: 8 (11-3, 3/10/84 in Fort Worth)

TEXAS [14-45-1 OVERALL, 13-34-1 BIG 12] 3/8/85 3/8/85 3/9/85 3/9/85 3/14/87 3/15/87 3/15/87 3/21/97 3/22/97 3/23/97 3/20/98 3/21/98 3/22/98 3/13/99 3/13/99 3/14/99 3/17/2000 3/19/2000 2/23/2001 2/24/2001 2/25/2001 4/19/2002 4/21/2002 4/21/2002 4/25/2003 4/26/2003 4/27/2003 4/9/2004 4/10/2004 4/11/2004 4/1/2005 4/2/2005 4/3/2005 4/8/2006 4/8/2006 4/9/2006 3/23/2007 3/24/2007 3/25/2007 5/23/2007 4/25/2008 4/26/2008 4/27/2008 5/25/2008 4/24/2009 4/25/2009 4/26/2009 5/23/2009 5/7/2010 5/8/2010 5/9/2010 3/18/2011 3/19/2011 3/20/2011

Texas ......................................4-1 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................14-5 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas ......................................9-1 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................11-0 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................14-3 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................11-1 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................11-8 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................11-6 ..................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ..........................5-4 ..................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ........................14-11 ................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ........................11-10............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas......................................10-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................5-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................8-1 ..................................Austin, Texas Kansas State ..........................8-4 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................12-2 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas......................................14-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 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 (20) ........................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................5-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................4-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................8-0 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas ..................................5-4 (10) ..............................Austin, Texas Kansas State ..........................5-3 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas ......................................7-2..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas......................................10-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ..................................10-9 (10) ........................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 (12) ..............................Austin, Texas Tie ......................................6-6 (11) ..............................Austin, Texas Texas ......................................4-2 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.% Kansas State ..........................2-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas......................................17-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Texas ......................................3-0 ..................................Austin, Texas Texas ..................................4-3 (10) ..............................Austin, Texas Texas ..................................6-5 (14) ..............................Austin, Texas

Total Runs Scored: Texas 470, Kansas State 260 K-State at Home: 5-18 K-State on the Road: 9-24-1 K-State at Neutral: 0-3 In Big 12 Play: 12-32-1 Longest K-State Win Streak: 3 (3/22/97-3/20/98) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 15 (3/14/99-4/2/2005) Last K-State Win: 5/5/2013 (9-3 in Austin) Last K-State Loss: 5/4/2013 (6-3 in Austin) Last K-State Shutout Win: None Last K-State Shutout Loss: 3/18/2011 (3-0 in Austin) Highest Scoring Game: 29 (Texas, 19-10, 5/23/2007 in Oklahoma City) Largest Margin of Victory: 6 (9-3, 5/5/2013 in Austin) Largest Margin of Defeat: 15 (17-2, 5/8/2010 in Manhattan)

TEXAS TECH [25-28-1 OVERALL, 24-27-1 BIG 12] 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.+ 4/1/2000 Texas Tech ..............................19-7 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/2/2000 Texas Tech ..............................9-2 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/2/2000 Texas Tech ..............................9-2 ................................Lubbock, Texas 3/16/2001 Texas Tech ..............................7-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/17/2001 Texas Tech ..............................16-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/2001 Kansas State ..........................8-4..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/5/2002 Kansas State ......................7-5 (15) ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/6/2002 Texas Tech ..............................15-0 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/7/2002 Kansas State ..........................5-1 ................................Lubbock, Texas 5/22/2002 Texas Tech ..........................5-4 (12) ........................Arlington, Texas% 5/24/2002 Kansas State ..........................7-6............................Arlington, Texas% 4/18/2003 Kansas State..........................10-8 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/19/2003 Kansas State ..........................5-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/20/2003 Texas Tech ..............................8-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/2004 Texas Tech ..............................8-3 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/17/2004 Texas Tech ..............................3-0 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/18/2004 Texas Tech ..............................8-2 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/15/2005 Texas Tech ..............................11-7 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/2005 Kansas State ..........................7-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/17/2005 Kansas State ........................13-12............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/13/2006 Texas Tech ..............................4-2 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/14/2006 Kansas State..........................16-5 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/15/2006 Tie ....................................11-11 (10) ..........................Lubbock, Texas 3/30/2007 Kansas State ..........................4-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/31/2007 Texas Tech ..............................16-5 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/1/2007 Kansas State ..........................7-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/18/2008 Kansas State..........................12-4 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/19/2008 Kansas State ......................7-4 (10) ............................Lubbock, Texas 4/20/2008 Texas Tech ..............................19-4 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 5/8/2009 Texas Tech ..............................6-0..............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/9/2009 Texas Tech ..............................12-6 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/2009 Kansas State ..........................9-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/1/2010 Texas Tech ..............................8-5 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/2/2010 Texas Tech ..............................13-4 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/3/2010 Kansas State..........................10-6 ..............................Lubbock, Texas 4/21/2011 Kansas State ..........................2-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/22/2011 Kansas State ..........................4-3..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/23/2011 Kansas State ..........................4-1..............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/17/2012 Kansas State ..........................7-5 ................................Lubbock, Texas 5/18/2012 Kansas State ..........................5-1 ................................Lubbock, Texas 5/19/2012 Texas Tech ..............................8-2 ................................Lubbock, Texas 4/5/2013 Kansas State ..........................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/6/2013 Kansas State..........................15-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/7/2013 Kansas State..........................12-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/23/2013 Kansas State ..........................4-3 ....................Oklahoma City, Okla.% &Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic, %Big 12 Championship, +Neutral Site Total Runs Scored: Texas Tech 692, Kansas State 305 K-State at Home: 14-10 K-State on the Road: 8-15-1 K-State at Neutral: 3-3 In Big 12 Play: 24-27-1 Longest K-State Win Streak: 6 (4/3/2010 to 5/18/2012) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 7 (3/15/93-5/10/98) Last K-State Win: 5/23/2013 (4-3 in Oklahoma City) Last K-State Loss: 5/19/2012 (8-2 in Lubbock) Last K-State Shutout Win: None Last K-State Shutout Loss: 5/8/2009 (6-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 28 (Texas Tech, 18-10, 5/10/98 in Lubbock) Largest Margin of Victory: 13 (15-2, 4/6/2013 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Defeat: 15, twice

WEST VIRGINIA [2-1 OVERALL, 2-1 BIG 12] 3/15/2013 3/15/2013 3/16/2013

West Virginia ..........................13-2 ............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................6-5..............................Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State ..........................4-3..............................Manhattan, Kan.

Total Runs Scored: West Virginia 21, Kansas State 12

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NONCONFERENCE RESULTS Abilene Christian (Texas) 4/1/66 ........................W 4/1/66 ........................L

Series tied 1-1 12-5........................................Abilene, Texas 0-7 ........................................Abilene, Texas

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

K-State 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 3/7/2004 ....................W

ALA leads 2-1 5-27 ....................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. 8-9......................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2-1 ......................................Shreveport, La.

Arizona 3/16/93 ......................L

ARIZ leads 1-0 1-6 ..........................................Fresno, Calif.

Arizona State 3/24/71 ......................L 3/13/2007 ..................L 3/14/2007 ..................L 5/6/2008 ....................W 3/10/2009 ..................W 3/11/2009 ..................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 3/20/2001 ..................L 3/7/2003 ....................W 3/9/2003 ....................L 3/10/2003 ..................L 3/10/2003 ..................L 6/2/2013 ....................W

ARK leads 29-19 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 (10) ................................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 (10) ................................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 (10) ................................Fayetteville, Ark. 5-18 ....................................Fayetteville, Ark. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

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 2/18/2005 ..................L 2/28/2008 ..................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

K-State leads 4-0 18-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 18-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

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Austin Peay 3/7/99 ........................L

APU leads 1-0 8-9 (14) ................................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

K-State 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.

Bakersfield 4/25/2011 ..................W 4/26/2011 ..................W 5/3/2011 ....................W 5/4/2011 ....................L 2/18/2012 ..................W 2/19/2012 ..................L 2/20/2012 ..................L

K-State leads 4-3 5-4 ..................................Bakersfield, Calif. 9-0 ..................................Bakersfield, Calif. 8-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-13 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 (11)................................Bakersfield, Calif. 3-7 ..................................Bakersfield, Calif. 1-8 ..................................Bakersfield, Calif.

**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

K-State 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

K-State 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 4/11/2000 ..................W 4/18/2001 ..................W 4/17/2002 ..................W

K-State 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.

Bethune-Cookman 3/22/2013 ..................W 3/22/2013 ..................W 3/23/2013 ..................W

K-State leads 3-0 12-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Binghamton 3/21/2008 ..................W 3/22/2008 ..................W 3/23/2008 ..................W Bradley 3/25/88 ......................W

K-State leads 3-0 10-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 1-0 11-9 ......................................Springfield, Ill.

Brigham Young 3/25/71 ......................W 3/5/2007 ....................W 3/6/2007 ....................W 3/18/2008 ..................L 3/19/2008 ..................L 5/4/2009 ....................W 5/5/2009 ....................W 4/13/2010 ..................L 4/15/2010 ..................L

K-State leads 5-4 7-1 ......................................Riverside, Calif. 5-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-7 ............................................Provo, Utah 5-6 (10) ........................................Provo, Utah 9-8 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-15............................................Provo, Utah 10-13 ..........................................Provo, Utah

Bryant 6/1/2013 ....................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Buffalo 3/12/2004 ..................W 3/12/2004 ..................W 3/13/2004 ..................W

K-State leads 3-0 11-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Butler 3/13/2009 ..................W 3/14/2009 ..................W 3/14/2009 ..................W 3/15/2009 ..................W

K-State leads 4-0 8-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 15-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-2....................................Manhattan, Kan.

California 5/12/2001 ..................L 5/13/2001 ..................L 2/22/2008 ..................L 2/26/2011 ..................L

CAL leads 4-0 4-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-16 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5........................................Berkeley, Calif. 1-8 ..................................Myrtle Beach, S.C.

UC Irvine 4/22/2008 ..................L 4/23/2008 ..................W

Series tied 1-1 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-7 (11) ................................Manhattan, Kan.

UCLA 4/20/2001 ..................W 4/22/2001 ..................W 4/22/2001 ..................W

K-State 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.

UC Santa Barbara 3/4/2007 ....................L

UCSB leads 1-0 6-8 (11) ................................Beaumont, Texas

Cal Poly 3/8/2013 ....................L 3/8/2013 ....................L 3/9/2013 ....................W

CPU leads 2-1 10-13 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Cal State Northridge Series tied 2-2 4/17/98 ......................W 14-13 (14) ..............................Manhattan, Kan. 4/17/98 ......................L 7-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/18/98 ......................L 5-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/19/98 ......................W 15-14 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. Centenary 3/20/2001 ..................W 3/5/2004 ....................W 2/17/2007 ..................W 2/17/2007 ..................L

K-State leads 3-1 6-2 ......................................Shreveport, La. 11-9 ......................................Shreveport, La. 6-5 ......................................Shreveport, La. 1-4 ......................................Shreveport, La.

Central Arkansas 4/1/2008 ....................W 4/2/2008 ....................W

K-State leads 2-0 6-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-6....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Central Christian (Kan.) 3/8/2000 ....................W 4/18/2007 ..................W

K-State leads 2-0 16-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-7....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Central Connecticut State 3/23/2000 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 17-7 ....................................Homestead, Fla.

Central Michigan 3/3/96 ........................W 3/8/96 ........................L 3/16/2007 ..................W 3/17/2007 ..................W 3/18/2007 ..................W

K-State leads 4-1 7-5 ....................................Jacksonville, Fla. 3-10 ..................................Jacksonville, Fla. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Central Missouri K-State 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 5/1/91 ........................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Chicago Cubs 1905 ..........................L

CHI leads 1-0 0-13....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Chicago State 3/15/92 ......................W 3/19/97 ......................W 3/20/97 ......................W 3/28/2006 ..................W 3/29/2006 ..................W 5/1/2007 ....................W 5/2/2007 ....................W 4/27/2010 ..................W 4/28/2010 ..................W

K-State leads 9-0 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. 12-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 20-2....................................Manhattan, Kan.

**Chillaco 1912 ..........................W

K-State leads 1-0 4-3 ......................................Gainesville, Fla.

**Chinese Univ. (Hawaii) 1914 ..........................L 1915 ..........................L

CU leads 2-0 1-7 ......................................Gainesville, Fla. 0-18 ....................................Gainesville, Fla.

The Citadel 2/21/2010 ..................W 2/16/2013 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 2-1......................................Charleston, S.C. 8-10 ....................................Charleston, S.C.

Clemson 3/19/92 ......................W 2/12/99 ......................L 2/13/99 ......................L 2/14/99 ......................L

CLEM 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

K-State leads 2-0 13-7....................................Manhattan, Kan. 15-3....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Coastal Carolina 2/24/2011 ..................W 2/21/2013 ..................L

Series tied 1-1 5-4 ..................................Myrtle Beach, S.C. 1-2 ..................................Myrtle Beach, S.C.

**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

COLO 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.


NONCONFERENCE RESULTS **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

K-State leads 5-2 11-3 ..................................Las Cruces, N.M. 10-3 ..................................Las Cruces, N.M. 7-6 ....................................Las Cruces, N.M. 3-5 (10) ................................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

K-State leads 2-0 8-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5....................................Manhattan, Kan.

**Cooper 1911 ..........................W 1911 ..........................W

K-State leads 2-0 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ................................................Unknown

**Cotner 1907 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W

K-State 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 2/23/2000 ..................L 4/26/2000 ..................L 3/14/2001 ..................L 3/28/2001 ..................W 2/19/2002 ..................W 4/24/2002 ..................W 2/18/2003 ..................W 3/25/2003 ..................L 4/7/2004 ....................W 4/27/2004 ..................L 3/01/2005 ..................L 4/11/2006 ..................W 4/11/2007 ..................L 3/26/2008 ..................W 4/15/2008 ..................L 3/3/2009 ....................W 4/1/2009 ....................L 3/16/2010 ..................L 4/12/2011 ..................L 4/30/2013 ..................W

K-State leads 47-37-1 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 (11) ......................................Omaha, Neb. 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ..........................................Omaha, Neb. 4-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 ..........................................Omaha, Neb. 6-3 ..........................................Omaha, Neb.

Total Runs Scored: Kansas State 521, Creighton 460 K-State at Home: 35-17-1 K-State on the Road: 11-18 K-State at Neutral: 1-2 Longest K-State Win Streak: 6, twice (1903-3/23/73 and 3/26/76 to 3/27/76) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 4 (3/22/80 to 3/19/81)

Last K-State Win: 4/30/2013 (6-3 in Omaha) Last K-State Loss: 4/12/2011 (7-6 in Omaha) Last K-State Shutout Win: 4/7/2004 (7-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State Shutout Loss: 3/22/80 (8-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 33 (Kansas State, 24-9, 4/24/2002 in Omaha) Largest Margin of Victory: 15 (24-9, 4/24/2002 in Omaha) Largest Margin of Defeat: 10 (12-2, 3/20/81 in Manhattan)

Florida 3/11/92 ......................L 3/11/92 ......................L

FLA leads 2-0 4-10 ....................................Gainesville, Fla. 4-6 ......................................Gainesville, Fla.

Florida Atlantic 3/16/2002 ..................L 3/18/2003 ..................L

FAU leads 2-0 4-8 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla. 2-6 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla.

C.W. Post-Long Island 3/26/2002 ..................W 3/27/2002 ..................W

K-State leads 2-0 11-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan.

Florida International 2/24/2002 ..................L 3/17/2002 ..................L 3/16/2003 ..................W

FIU leads 2-1 3-9 ....................................Homestead, Fla. 10-16 ..........................................Miami, Fla. 17-5 ............................................Miami, Fla.

Dallas Baptist 3/7/85 ........................L

DBU leads 1-0 5-6 ..........................................Dallas, Texas

Delaware 2/19/2010 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 11-5 ....................................Charleston, S.C.

**Forbes Air Base 1952 ..........................W 1953 ..........................W

K-State leads 2-0 13-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-7....................................Manhattan, Kan.

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 2/4/2001 ....................W 2/12/2002 ..................W

K-State 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.) 3/19/2002 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 3-2 ....................................Homestead, Fla.

Drury (Mo.) 1907 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W

K-State leads 2-0 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ......................................Springfield, Mo.

**Duquesne 2/27/2010 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 10-3 ................................Winter Haven, Fla.

East Tennessee State 2/20/2010 ..................L

ETSU leads 1-0 6-10 ....................................Charleston, S.C.

Eastern Illinois 2/29/2004 ..................W 3/3/2006 ....................W 3/4/2006 ....................W 3/5/2006 ....................W 3/6/2006 ....................W

K-State 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 2/26/2005 ..................W 3/11/2005 ..................W 3/12/2005 ..................W 3/13/2005 ..................W

K-State leads 4-0 15-4 ..................................Natchitoches, La. 13-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Elon 2/24/2013 ..................L

ELON leads 1-0 3-4 ..................................Myrtle Beach, S.C.

**Emporia Normal (Kan.) 1906 ..........................W 1906 ..........................T 1907 ..........................W 1907 ..........................W 1908 ..........................W 1912 ..........................W 1913 ..........................L 1914 ..........................L 1916 ..........................W 1917 ..........................W

K-State leads 8-5-1 1-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-2 ........................................Emporia, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-1 ........................................Emporia, Kan. 10-4........................................Emporia, Kan. 4-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Emporia State (Kan.) K-State 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 (11) ................................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

K-State leads 1-0 4-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Fort Hays State (Kan.) K-State leads 35-8 1910 ..........................W 7-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/26/73 ......................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/26/73 ......................L 3-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/23/73 ......................L 0-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/23/73 ......................W 10-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/24/74 ......................W 10-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/24/74 ......................W 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/75 ......................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/75 ......................L 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/75 ......................W 7-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/8/75 ........................W 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/8/75 ........................L 3-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/9/76 ........................W 14-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/8/77 ........................W 9-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/8/77 ........................W 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/23/80 ......................W 12-2 ............................................Hays, Kan. 3/23/81 ......................W 12-11 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/23/81 ......................W 9-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/24/81 ......................W 13-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/24/81 ......................W 9-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/17/82 ......................W 10-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/17/82 ......................W 9-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/82 ......................L 8-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/82 ......................W 7-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/30/83 ......................W 11-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/30/83 ......................L 2-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/20/85 ......................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/20/85 ......................W 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

K-State 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 3/2/2004 ....................W

K-State 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.

George Mason 2/17/2013 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-6......................................Charleston, S.C.

Hartford 3/9/2012 ....................W 3/10/2012 ..................W 3/10/2012 ..................W 3/11/2012 ..................W

K-State leads 4-0 14-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-2....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Harvard 3/25/2000 ..................W 3/26/2000 ..................L 3/7/2010 ....................W

K-State leads 2-1 3-2 (10)..................................Homestead, Fla. 1-4 ....................................Homestead, Fla. 6-1 ..........................................DeLand, 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

K-State 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

K-State leads 1-0 14-0....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Hawaii 1916 ..........................L 1970 ..........................W 1970 ..........................W

K-State leads 2-1 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-1 ..................................Honolulu, Hawaii 5-2 ....................................Honolulu, Hawaii

High Point 2/15/2013 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 5-1 ......................................Charleston, S.C

**Highland Park (Iowa) 1908 ..........................W 1909 ..........................L 1909 ..........................W

K-State leads 4-1 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ..................................Des Moines, Iowa 10-5....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Hillsdale (Mich) 4/3/57 ........................W

K-State leads 1-0 19-3......................................Hillsdale, Mich.

**Honolulu Univ. 1913 ..........................L

HON leads 1-0 3-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Houston 2/13/2004 ..................L 2/20/2009 ..................W 2/21/2009 ..................W 2/22/2009 ..................L

Series tied 2-2 4-12 ......................................Houston, Texas 16-2 ......................................Houston, Texas 9-2 ......................................Houston, Texas 2-3 (10)....................................Houston, Texas

**Howard (D.C.) 3/23/98 ......................L 3/23/98 ......................W 4/16/99 ......................W 4/17/99 ......................W 4/18/99 ......................W 4/14/2000 ..................W 4/15/2000 ..................W 4/16/2000 ..................W

K-State leads 7-1 9-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 15-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 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 4/21/55 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 4-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Illinois 3/26/88 ......................L 3/10/91 ......................W 3/11/91 ......................L 2/21/03 ......................L 6/4/2011 ....................L

UI leads 4-1 7-8 ......................................Champaign, Ill. 9-5 ............................College Station, Texas 2-3 ............................College Station, Texas 7-10 ....................................Millington, Tenn. 3-5 ......................................Fullerton, Calif.

Illinois-Chicago 3/23/96 ......................W 3/23/96 ......................W

K-State 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 5/15/2007 ..................W

K-State 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

K-State 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 2/19/99 ......................W 2/19/99 ......................W

K-State leads 9-7 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 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan.

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NONCONFERENCE RESULTS 4/12/2013 ..................L 4/13/2013 ..................W 4/14/2013 ..................W

1-6 ......................................Iowa City, Iowa 11-4 ......................................Iowa City, Iowa 5-3 ......................................Iowa City, Iowa

**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 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

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. 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.

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5/5/85 ........................W 9-3 ............................................Ames, Iowa 5/5/85 ........................L 3-4 ............................................Ames, Iowa 5/6/85 ........................L 0-8 ............................................Ames, Iowa 5/6/85 ........................W 8-6 ............................................Ames, Iowa 5/2/86 ........................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/3/86 ........................W 9-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/3/86 ........................W 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/4/86 ........................L 2-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/25/87 ......................W 5-0 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/25/87 ......................L 1-13............................................Ames, Iowa 4/25/87 ......................L 2-4 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/26/87 ......................W 6-0 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/29/88 ......................L 2-13....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/30/88 ......................W 9-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/30/88 ......................W 15-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/1/88 ........................L 20-24 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/22/89 ......................L 1-2 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/22/89 ......................L 1-3 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/23/89 ......................L 1-4 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/23/89 ......................L 5-6 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/20/90 ......................W 9-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/21/90 ......................L 3-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/21/90 ......................L 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/22/90 ......................L 9-16....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/17/90 ......................L 3-18 ....................................Okla. City, Okla. 4/13/91 ......................L 2-3 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/13/91 ......................L 0-2 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/14/91 ......................W 3-1 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/14/91 ......................W 9-3 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/10/92 ......................W 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/11/92 ......................L 1-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/11/92 ......................L 2-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/12/92 ......................L 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/5/93 ........................L 10-11 (13) ......................................Ames, Iowa 4/2/94 ........................L 4-8 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/2/94 ........................W 18-4............................................Ames, Iowa 4/3/94 ........................L 7-11............................................Ames, Iowa 5/4/94 ........................L 3-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/4/94 ........................L 3-17....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/1/95 ........................L 5-6 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/1/95 ........................W 14-10 (11) ......................................Ames, Iowa 4/2/95 ........................L 3-10............................................Ames, Iowa 5/2/95 ........................W 13-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/19/95 ......................L 2-11 ....................................Okla. City, Okla. 5/20/95 ......................L 6-7 ......................................Okla. City, Okla. 3/31/96 ......................W 11-7....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/31/96 ......................L 6-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/1/96 ........................L 8-16............................................Ames, Iowa 5/1/96 ........................L 8-14............................................Ames, Iowa 4/26/97 ......................W 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/26/97 ......................W 10-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/27/97 ......................L 4-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/25/98 ......................W 4-2 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/25/98 ......................L 5-6 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/26/98 ......................W 22-8............................................Ames, Iowa 3/26/99 ......................W 12-4 ..........................................Salina, Kan. 3/27/99 ......................W 7-6 ............................................Salina, Kan. 3/28/99 ......................W 3-1 ............................................Salina, Kan. 4/22/2000 ..................L 0-3 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/22/2000 ..................L 3-4 ............................................Ames, Iowa 4/23/2000 ..................L 2-6 ............................................Ames, Iowa 3/5/2001 ....................W 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/5/2001 ....................L 0-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. Ithaca 3/14/90 ......................L

ITH leads 1-0 5-8 ..........................................Orlando, Fla.

Jacksonville 2/29/96 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 11-8 ..................................Jacksonville, Fla.

James Madison 2/25/2007 ..................W

K-State 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 K-State 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. 5/2/2006 ....................W 14-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. (formerly Salina Wesleyan) Kent State K-State leads 5-0 3/1/2002 ....................W 9-4............................................Dothan, Ala. 3/12/2010 ..................W 11-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/13/2010 ..................W 10-9 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/13/2010 ..................W 7-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/14/2010 ..................W 11-0....................................Manhattan, Kan.

2/23/86 ......................W 2/23/86 ......................W 3/3/2007 ....................W 4/1/2008 ....................W (formerly Lamar Tech)

3-2 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 6-5 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 8-7 (10) ................................Beaumont, Texas 4-1 ....................................Beaumont, Texas

Le Moyne K-State leads 3-1 3/8/2008 ....................L 3-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/8/2008 ....................W 11-10 (11) ..............................Manhattan, Kan. 3/9/2008 ....................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/9/2008 ....................W 10-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. Leonardville H.S. (Kan.) 1907 ..........................W

K-State leads 1-0 3-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Liberty 3/16/89 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 6-4 ..........................................Fresno, Calif.

Lipscomb 2/22/2002 ..................L

LIP leads 1-0 3-8 ....................................Homestead, Fla.

Long Island 3/12/92 ......................W 3/11/2011 ..................W 3/12/2011 ..................W 3/12/2011 ..................L 3/13/2011 ..................L

K-State leads 3-2 15-5 ....................................Gainesville, Fla. 14-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Louisiana UL leads 1-0 3/13/86 ......................L 2-3..........................................Lafayette, La. (formerly Louisiana-Lafayette) Louisiana-Monroe 3/9/86 ........................L 3/9/86 ........................L 2/21/98 ......................L 2/27/2004 ..................L 2/24/2006 ..................W (formerly NE Louisiana)

ULM leads 4-1 2-14 ..........................................Monroe, La. 3-4 ............................................Monroe, La. 3-4 ............................................Monroe, La. 3-7 ............................................Monroe, La. 10-5 ........................................Lafayette, La.

LSU 3/18/68 ......................W 3/18/68 ......................W 3/23/68 ......................L 3/23/68 ......................W 3/26/68 ......................T 3/26/68 ......................L 3/27/68 ......................W 3/28/69 ......................W 3/28/69 ......................W 3/29/69 ......................L 3/29/69 ......................L 3/16/72 ......................L 3/16/72 ......................L 3/17/72 ......................W 3/17/72 ......................L 3/18/72 ......................L 3/14/86 ......................L 2/10/2001 ..................W 2/10/2001 ..................L 2/11/2001 ..................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 3/21/2001 ..................W 3/6/2004 ....................W

7-8 6-4 8-0 7-4

Manhattan 3/13/92 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 9-1 ......................................Gainesville, Fla.

Manhattan H.S. 1910 ..........................W 1910 ..........................L

K-State leads 7-2 7-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

**Marines (Hawaii) 1970 ..........................W 1970 ..........................W 1970 ..........................W 1970 ..........................W

K-State leads 4-0 7-5 ....................................Honolulu, Hawaii 3-0 ....................................Honolulu, Hawaii 16-0 ..................................Honolulu, Hawaii 10-3 ..................................Honolulu, Hawaii

Maryland 4/9/2001 ....................W 4/10/2001 ..................W

K-State 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

K-State 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

K-State leads 1-0 12-10..................................Lake Charles, La.

K-State leads 3-1 ............................................Ruston, La. ............................................Ruston, La. ......................................Shreveport, La. ......................................Shreveport, La.

Kentucky 2/21/2013 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-5 ..................................Myrtle Beach, S.C.

McPherson 1908 ..........................W

K-State leads 1-0 13-1....................................Manhattan, Kan.

**Kirksville Tech (Mo.) 1930 ..........................W

K-State leads 1-0 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

K-State leads 6-3 3-4 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 0-2 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 3-2 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 5-8 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 3-0 ....................................Beaumont, Texas

**Memphis Naval Air 1953 ..........................W 1953 ..........................W 1953 ..........................W 4/4/55 ........................L 4/4/56 ........................W 4/2/57 ........................W

K-State leads 5-1 20-14 ....................................Memphis, Tenn. 11-8 ....................................Memphis, Tenn. 7-2 ......................................Memphis, Tenn. 3-9 ......................................Memphis, Tenn. 10-2 ....................................Memphis, Tenn. 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

MEM 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

K-State leads 4-0 11-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Miami 2/23/2002 ..................L

MIA leads 1-0 4-11 ....................................Homestead, Fla.

Miami (Ohio) 3/14/2002 ..................L

UM leads 1-0 7-12 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla.

Michigan 3/15/97 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 9-6 ............................................Tulsa, Okla.

Michigan State 3/20/2004 ..................W 3/21/2004 ..................W 3/22/2004 ..................W 2/29/2008 ..................W 3/2/2008 ....................W

K-State leads 5-0 12-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-0 ....................................Beaumont, Texas 10-9 ..................................Beaumont, Texas

Milwaukee 3/4/97 ........................W 3/4/97 ........................W 3/18/2002 ..................W 3/19/2010 ..................W 3/19/2010 ..................W

K-State leads 5-0 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-7 ....................................Homestead, Fla. 4-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

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 5/4/2010 ....................W 5/5/2010 ....................L 3/13/2012 ..................W 3/14/2012 ..................W 3/19/2013 ..................L 3/20/2013 ..................W

MINN leads 8-4 4-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-10 ................................Minneapolis, Minn. 4-10 ................................Minneapolis, Minn. 1-4 ................................Minneapolis, Minn. 12-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-5 ................................Minneapolis, Minn. 8-4 ................................Minneapolis, Minn. 3-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

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

MISS 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 1907 ..........................W 1899 ..........................L 1912 ..........................W 1912 ..........................W 1912 ..........................L 1913 ..........................L 1913 ..........................L 1914 ..........................L 1914 ..........................L 1914 ..........................L 1914 ..........................T 1915 ..........................W 1915 ..........................L 1916 ..........................L 1916 ..........................L 1917 ..........................L 1917 ..........................L 1917 ..........................W 1917 ..........................L 1920 ..........................W 1920 ..........................W 1920 ..........................W 1923 ..........................L 1923 ..........................W 1923 ..........................L 1923 ..........................W 1924 ..........................W 1924 ..........................L 1924 ..........................W 1924 ..........................L 1925 ..........................W 1925 ..........................W 1926 ..........................W

MU leads 104-165-1 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 15-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 12-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-7 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 5-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 0-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 10-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.


NONCONFERENCE RESULTS 1926 ..........................W 1928 ..........................W 1928 ..........................W 1929 ..........................W 1929 ..........................W 1930 ..........................W 1930 ..........................W 1931 ..........................W 1931 ..........................L 1932 ..........................W 1932 ..........................L 1933 ..........................W 1933 ..........................L 1933 ..........................W 1934 ..........................W 1934 ..........................W 1934 ..........................W 1934 ..........................L 1935 ..........................W 1935 ..........................L 1935 ..........................L 1935 ..........................W 1936 ..........................L 1936 ..........................W 1936 ..........................L 1936 ..........................W 1937 ..........................W 1937 ..........................L 1937 ..........................L 1938 ..........................L 1938 ..........................L 1940 ..........................W 1940 ..........................W 1941 ..........................L 1941 ..........................W 1942 ..........................W 1942 ..........................L 1947 ..........................L 1947 ..........................W 1948 ..........................W 1948 ..........................L 1948 ..........................L 1948 ..........................L 1949 ..........................L 1950 ..........................L 1950 ..........................L 4/27/51 ......................L 4/28/51 ......................W 5/25/51 ......................W 5/26/51 ......................L 4/18/52 ......................L 4/19/52 ......................L 5/2/52 ........................L 5/3/52 ........................W 4/20/53 ......................L 4/21/53 ......................L 1953 ..........................L 5/9/53 ........................L 5/7/54 ........................L 5/8/54 ........................L 5/9/55 ........................L 5/10/55 ......................L 4/27/56 ......................L 5/3/57 ........................L 5/4/57 ........................L 5/4/57 ........................L 1958 ..........................L 4/26/58 ......................L 4/26/58 ......................W 4/10/59 ......................L 4/11/59 ......................L 4/11/59 ......................L 4/28/61 ......................L 4/29/61 ......................W 4/29/61 ......................L 5/11/62 ......................L 5/11/62 ......................L 5/12/62 ......................L 4/26/63 ......................L 4/26/63 ......................L 1964 ..........................L 1964 ..........................L 1964 ..........................L 4/30/65 ......................L 4/30/65 ......................L 4/31/65 ......................L 5/20/66 ......................W 5/21/66 ......................L 5/21/66 ......................L 4/14/67 ......................L 4/14/67 ......................W 4/15/67 ......................W 5/3/68 ........................L 5/3/68 ........................W 5/4/68 ........................W 5/9/69 ........................L 5/9/69 ........................L 5/10/69 ......................W 5/1570........................W 5/15/70 ......................L 4/30/71 ......................W 4/30/71 ......................W 5/1/71 ........................W 3/31/72 ......................L 3/31/72 ......................W 4/1/72 ........................W 4/13/73 ......................W 4/13/73 ......................W 5/11/74 ......................W 5/11/74 ......................W 5/12/74 ......................W 4/4/75 ........................L 4/4/75 ........................W 4/5/75 ........................W 4/19/76 ......................L 4/19/76 ......................W

5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 16-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-14 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-3 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 30-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 0-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-10 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 4-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 7-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 7-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-10 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 6-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-0 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 0-1 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 0-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-1 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-10 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 1-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-12 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 9-7 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-20....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 5-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-25 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 2-10 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 3-13....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-19 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 2-15 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 1-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-16 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 5-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-24....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-26 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 0-22 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 8-16 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 4-1 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-8 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-13 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 1-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-14 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 7-1 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-4 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-1 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 10-3 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 0-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 12-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 7-0 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 9-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 5-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

5/5/77 ........................L 5/5/77 ........................L 5/18/77 ......................L 5/20/77 ......................L 4/16/79 ......................L 4/16/79 ......................L 4/14/80 ......................L 4/14/80 ......................L 3/28/81 ......................L 3/28/81 ......................L 3/29/81 ......................L 3/29/81 ......................L 5/8/82 ........................L 5/8/82 ........................W 5/9/82 ........................L 5/9/82 ........................L 5/1/83 ........................L 5/1/83 ........................L 4/28/84 ......................L 4/28/84 ......................W 4/30/84 ......................W 4/30/84 ......................L 4/26/85 ......................W 4/27/85 ......................L 4/27/85 ......................L 4/28/85 ......................W 4/25/86 ......................L 4/26/86 ......................L 4/26/86 ......................L 4/27/86 ......................L 4/17/87 ......................L 4/18/87 ......................L 4/18/87 ......................W 4/19/87 ......................L 4/22/88 ......................L 4/23/88 ......................L 4/23/88 ......................L 4/24/88 ......................L 3/17/89 ......................W 4/15/89 ......................L 4/16/89 ......................W 4/16/89 ......................L 4/17/89 ......................L 4/13/90 ......................W 4/14/90 ......................L 4/14/90 ......................W 4/15/90 ......................W 4/5/91 ........................W 4/6/91 ........................L 4/6/91 ........................L 4/7/91 ........................W 4/3/92 ........................L 4/4/92 ........................W 4/4/92 ........................L 4/5/92 ........................L 3/26/93 ......................L 3/27/93 ......................W 3/28/93 ......................L 4/20/93 ......................L 4/21/93 ......................L 4/8/94 ........................L 4/9/94 ........................L 4/10/94 ......................L 4/19/94 ......................L 4/20/94 ......................L 4/12/95 ......................W 4/12/95 ......................W 4/28/95 ......................W 4/30/95 ......................W 4/30/95 ......................L 4/5/96 ........................L 4/6/96 ........................L 4/7/96 ........................W 4/16/96 ......................W 4/17/96 ......................L 2/28/97 ......................L 3/1/97 ........................L 3/2/97 ........................L 2/27/98 ......................L 2/28/98 ......................L 3/1/98 ........................L 5/8/99 ........................L 5/8/99 ........................W 5/9/99 ........................W 4/28/2000 ..................L 4/29/2000 ..................L 4/30/2000 ..................W 4/27/2001 ..................W 4/28/2001 ..................W 4/29/2001 ..................W 5/10/2002 ..................W 5/11/2002 ..................W 3/28/2003 ..................L 3/29/2003 ..................L 3/30/2003 ..................L 3/26/2004 ..................W 3/27/2004 ..................W 3/28/2004 ..................L 3/25/2005 ..................L 3/26/2005 ..................L 3/27/2005 ..................L 3/24/2006 ..................W 3/25/2006 ..................L 3/26/2006 ..................L 4/6/2007 ....................W 4/7/2007 ....................L 4/8/2007 ....................L 5/2/2008 ....................L 5/3/2008 ....................L 5/4/2008 ....................W 4/17/2009 ..................L 4/18/2009 ..................L 4/19/2009 ..................W 4/25/2010 ..................L 4/25/2010 ..................L 5/6/2011 ....................L

2-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-7 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-10..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ 5-13..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ 5-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-8 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 0-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-7 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 15-17 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 4-21....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-14 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 0-10 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 1-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 16-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 12-6 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 2-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-13....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-17....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-11 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 8-14 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 6-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-17 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5........................................Fresno, Calif.& 2-10 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 13-1 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 7-8 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-17 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 4-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-17 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 8-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-5 (10) ....................................Columbia, Mo. 4-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 7-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 5-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-16....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-12 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 11-12 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 8-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-6 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 6-1 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 1-8 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 5-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 13-16 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 8-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-15 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 7-8 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 2-5 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-5 ..................................St. Joseph, Mo.^ 5-4 ..................................St. Joseph, Mo.^ 3-2 ..................................St. Joseph, Mo.^ 2-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-8 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 9-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 15-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 10-1 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 2-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 6-4 (11) ....................................Columbia, Mo. 0-12 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 1-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 5-9 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 3-6 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 12-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 (12) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-13 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 7-11 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 4-3 (10) ....................................Columbia, Mo. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 8-9 (10) ....................................Columbia, Mo. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

5/7/2011 ....................W 8-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/8/2011 ....................L 8-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/20/2012 ..................L 4-13 ......................................Columbia, Mo. 4/21/2012 ..................L 3-4 ........................................Columbia, Mo. 4/22/2012 ..................L 0-7 ........................................Columbia, Mo. +Big Eight Tournament, &Pepsi/Me-N-Ed’s Classic, ^Neutral Site

Total Runs Scored: Missouri 1784, Kansas State 1305 K-State at Home: 54-85 K-State on the Road: 44-80-1 K-State at Neutral: 3-3 Longest K-State Win Streak: 11 (1925-31) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 14 (4/20/53-4/26/58) Last K-State Win: 5/7/2011 (8-5 in Manhattan) Last K-State Loss: 4/22/2012 (7-0 in Columbia) Last K-State Shutout Win: 4/6/2007 (12-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State Shutout Loss: 4/22/2012 (7-0 in Columbia) 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) Missouri Baptist 3/3/89 ........................W

K-State 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

K-State 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 K-State leads 11-10 3/25/84 ......................L 2-6 ......................................Springfield, Mo. 3/25/84 ......................L 1-2 ......................................Springfield, Mo. 5/6/86 ........................W 9-6 ......................................Springfield, Mo. 4/1/87 ........................W 7-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/1/87 ........................W 2-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/21/90 ......................L 3-6 ......................................Springfield, Mo. 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. 4/26/2006 ..................L 6-7....................................Kansas City, Kan. 4/19/2011 ..................W 10-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/11/2012 ..................L 0-3 ......................................Springfield, Mo. (formerly Southwest Missouri State) Missouri Valley 1910 ..........................W

K-State 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

K-State 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 5/11/2004 ..................W 5/12/2004 ..................W

K-State 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

K-State 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 1898 ..........................L 1899 ..........................L 1901 ..........................L 1902 ..........................L 1903 ..........................W 1906 ..........................L 1909 ..........................W 1909 ..........................L 1910 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W 1913 ..........................L

NEB leads 166-106 6-22....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-14 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 11-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

1913 ..........................W 1921 ..........................L 1921 ..........................L 1921 ..........................W 1921 ..........................W 1924 ..........................W 1924 ..........................L 1924 ..........................L 1924 ..........................L 1925 ..........................L 1925 ..........................L 1929 ..........................W 1929 ..........................L 1929 ..........................L 1929 ..........................L 1930 ..........................W 1930 ..........................L 1931 ..........................W 1931 ..........................W 1934 ..........................W 1934 ..........................L 1934 ..........................W 1934 ..........................W 1935 ..........................W 1935 ..........................L 1935 ..........................L 1935 ..........................W 1936 ..........................L 1936 ..........................W 1937 ..........................W 1937 ..........................W 1938 ..........................W 1938 ..........................W 1939 ..........................W 1939 ..........................W 1940 ..........................W 1940 ..........................L 1941 ..........................W 1942 ..........................W 1942 ..........................L 1946 ..........................L 1946 ..........................L 1947 ..........................W 1947 ..........................L 1948 ..........................L 1948 ..........................L 1949 ..........................L 1949 ..........................W 1949 ..........................W 1949 ..........................L 1950 ..........................L 1950 ..........................W 1950 ..........................L 1950 ..........................L 4/23/51 ......................L 5/19/51 ......................W 5/19/51 ......................L 4/15/52 ......................L 4/16/52 ......................L 4/29/52 ......................L 4/30/52 ......................L 4/18/53 ......................L 4/19/53 ......................W 5/11/53 ......................L 5/12/53 ......................L 4/26/54 ......................W 4/27/54 ......................W 5/4/54 ........................L 5/4/54 ........................L 4/15/55 ......................L 4/16/55 ......................L 5/16/55 ......................L 5/18/55 ......................L 4/20/56 ......................L 4/21/56 ......................L 5/11/56 ......................W 5/12/56 ......................L 4/13/57 ......................W 4/13/57 ......................L 5/23/58 ......................L 5/24/58 ......................L 5/24/58 ......................L 5/23/59 ......................L 5/23/59 ......................L 5/8/60 ........................L 5/9/60 ........................L 5/9/60 ........................L 5/19/61 ......................W 5/19/61 ......................L 5/20/61 ......................W 5/18/62 ......................L 5/18/62 ......................L 5/19/62 ......................W 1963 ..........................L 1963 ..........................L 1963 ..........................W 1964 ..........................W 1964 ..........................L 1964 ..........................W 4/23/65 ......................L 4/23/65 ......................L 5/6/66 ........................L 5/6/66 ........................W 5/7/66 ........................L 4/7/67 ........................W 4/7/67 ........................W 4/8/67 ......................W 5/17/68 ......................W 5/17/68 ......................W 5/18/68 ......................L 4/10/70 ......................L 4/10/70 ......................W 4/11/70 ......................L 4/16/71 ......................W 4/16/71 ......................L 4/17/71 ......................W

6-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 8-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 8-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-1 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 20-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 15-6 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 20-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-13 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 16-3 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 7-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-11 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 7-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 18-4 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-11 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-18 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 8-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 14-4 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 7-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-16 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-19 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 8-16 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-13....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-8 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-15 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 19-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-4 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-17 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-1 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-1 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-0 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 16-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-0 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-0 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 10-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-21....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb.

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NONCONFERENCE RESULTS 4/29/72 ......................W 4/29/72 ......................W 4/27/73 ......................W 4/27/73 ......................L 4/28/73 ......................L 3/30/74 ......................W 3/30/74 ......................W 3/31/74 ......................W 5/2/75 ........................W 5/2/75 ........................L 5/3/75 ........................L 4/6/76 ........................L 4/6/76 ........................W 4/11/76 ......................W 4/11/76 ......................L 4/11/76 ......................W 4/11/76 ......................L 3/31/78 ......................L 3/31/78 ......................W 4/1/78 ........................L 4/1/78 ........................L 4/9/79 ........................L 4/9/79 ........................L 4/7/80 ........................L 4/7/80 ........................L 4/25/81 ......................L 4/25/81 ......................L 4/26/81 ......................W 4/26/81 ......................W 4/9/82 ........................L 4/9/82 ........................L 4/10/82 ......................L 4/10/82 ......................L 4/1/83 ........................L 4/1/83 ........................L 3/31/84 ......................L 3/31/84 ......................L 4/1/84 ........................L 4/1/84 ........................L 4/1/85 ........................L 4/1/85 ........................L 5/11/85 ......................L 3/29/86 ......................L 3/29/86 ......................L 3/30/86 ......................L 3/30/86 ......................L 4/16/86 ......................L 5/9/87 ........................L 5/9/87 ........................W 5/10/87 ......................W 5/10/87 ......................W 5/14/88 ......................L 5/14/88 ......................L 5/15/88 ......................L 5/15/88 ......................W 3/26/89 ......................W 3/26/89 ......................W 5/5/89 ........................W 5/5/89 ........................W 5/6/89 ........................W 5/6/89 ........................W 5/4/90 ........................L 5/4/90 ........................W 5/5/90 ........................W 5/5/90 ........................L 5/16/90 ......................L 4/26/91 ......................L 4/27/91 ......................W 4/27/91 ......................W 4/28/91 ......................L 4/25/92 ......................L 4/25/92 ......................W 4/26/92 ......................L 4/26/92 ......................W 4/28/92 ......................W 4/9/93 ........................W 4/10/93 ......................W 4/11/93 ......................W 4/13/93 ......................L 4/14/93 ......................L 4/13/94 ......................L 4/13/94 ......................L 4/15/94 ......................L 4/16/94 ......................L 4/17/94 ......................L 3/24/95 ......................L 3/26/95 ......................L 3/26/95 ......................W 4/9/96 ........................L 4/10/96 ......................L 4/12/96 ......................W 4/13/96 ......................L 3/11/97 ......................W 3/11/97 ......................W 4/4/97 ........................L 4/5/97 ........................W 4/5/97 ........................L 4/4/98 ........................W 4/4/98 ........................L 4/5/98 ........................W 5/14/99 ......................L 5/15/99 ......................L 5/16/99 ......................L 3/10/2000 ..................W 3/11/2000 ..................L 3/12/2000 ..................L 3/9/2001 ....................L 3/29/2002 ..................W 3/30/2002 ..................L 3/31/2002 ..................W 5/25/2002 ..................L 3/21/2003 ..................L 3/22/2003 ..................L 3/23/2003 ..................L 4/2/2004 ....................L 4/3/2004 ....................L

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3-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-0 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-7 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 8-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 12-14 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-11 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 10-11 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-11 ..........................Oklahoma City, Okla+ 3-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 17-15 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-13 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-15 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-8 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 12-7 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 11-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-12 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-7 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 7-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-8 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 5-7 ..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.+ 7-18....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-12 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-16 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 (10) ......................................Lincoln, Neb. 11-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 10-0 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 19-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-13 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 2-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-14....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-15....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-7 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 14-23 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-16....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-16 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-7 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-13....................................Manhattan, Kan. 19-6 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-14 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 19-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 18-7 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 5-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 16-21 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-16....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-22....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ..................................Arlington, Texas% 3-12 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-11 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

4/4/2004 ....................L 5/20/2005 ..................L 5/21/2005 ..................L 5/22/2005 ..................L 3/31/2006 ..................W 4/1/2006 ....................L 4/2/2006 ....................L 4/27/2007 ..................L 4/28/2007 ..................L 4/29/2007 ..................W 5/24/2007 ..................W 3/14/2008 ..................L 3/15/2008 ..................L 3/16/2008 ..................L 5/23/2008 ..................L 4/3/2009 ....................W 4/3/2009 ....................W 4/4/2009 ....................W 4/9/2010 ....................W 4/10/2010 ..................W 4/11/2010 ..................W 3/16/2011 ..................W 4/16/2011 ..................L 4/17/2011 ..................W 4/18/2011 ..................L 3/6/2012 ....................L 3/27/2012 ..................L 4/3/2012 ....................L 3/26/2013 ..................W 4/2/2013 ....................W 4/24/2013 ..................W

5-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 1-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 11-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 8-2 (10) ......................................Lincoln, Neb. 5-1 ..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.% 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-5 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-5 ..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.% 15-1 ........................................Lincoln, Neb. 9-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 5-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 5-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-3 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-2 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 4-5 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 6-9 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 3-6 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb. 0-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-8....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-10 ........................................Lincoln, Neb.

+Big Eight Tournament, %Big 12 Championship

Total Runs Scored: Nebraska 1891, Kansas State 1493 K-State at home: 69-75 K-State on the road: 39-87 K-State at neutral: 1-4 Longest K-State win streak: 8 (1936-40) Longest K-State losing streak: 19 (4/9/82-4/16/86) Last K-State win: 4/24/2013 (13-10 in Lincoln) Last K-State loss: 4/3/2012 (6-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State shutout win: 4/26/92 (10-0 in Lincoln) Last K-State shutout loss: 4/3/2012 (6-0 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) Nebraska-Kearney 4/7/82 ........................W (formerly Kearney State)

K-State leads 1-0 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Nebraska Wesleyan 1909 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W

K-State leads 3-0 3-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ..........................................Lincoln, Neb.

Nevada 2/27/2009 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 10-2 ....................................San Diego, Calif.

UNLV 4/22/76 ......................L 2/17/2001 ..................W

Series tied 1-1 1-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 20-9 ................................Albuquerque, N.M.

Newman (Kan.) 3/12/81 ......................W 3/12/81 ......................W 4/14/2004 ..................W 4/5/2006 ....................W 3/23/2010 ..................W

K-State leads 5-0 1-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 16-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-1 ....................................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 2/18/2001 ..................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 4/27/2005 ..................W

K-State 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 5/13/2011 ..................W 5/14/2011 ..................W 5/15/2011 ..................W

K-State leads 3-2 2-12 ..................................New Orleans, La. 1-6 ....................................New Orleans, La. 9-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-2....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Niagara 3/28/2000 ..................W 3/29/2000 ..................W 3/6/2009 ....................W 3/7/2009 ....................W 3/8/2009 ....................W 3/5/2013 ....................W 3/6/2013 ....................W

K-State leads 8-0 7-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 15-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-1....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Nicholls State 3/20/87 ......................W 3/20/87 ......................W

K-State leads 2-0 5-3 ......................................Thibodeaux, La. 16-1 ....................................Thibodeaux, La.

North Carolina 3/15/89 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-6 ..........................................Fresno, Calif.

North Dakota 4/28/2009 ..................W 4/29/2009 ..................W

K-State leads 2-0 10-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 22-1....................................Manhattan, Kan.

North Dakota State 3/14/2005 ..................W 3/15/2005 ..................W 3/17/2006 ..................W 3/17/2006 ..................W 3/18/2006 ..................W 3/9/2007 ....................W 3/10/2007 ..................W 3/11/2007 ..................W

K-State 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 (11) ................................Manhattan, Kan.

North Florida 3/10/96 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-2 ....................................Jacksonville, Fla.

Northeastern 2/28/2010 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 6-1 ..................................Winter Haven, 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

K-State 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 (10) ........................................Chicago, Ill.

Northern Colorado 4/28/90 ......................W 4/28/90 ......................W 4/29/90 ......................W 3/9/2004 ....................W 3/10/2004 ..................W 5/13/2005 ..................W 5/14/2005 ..................W 5/15/2005 ..................W 3/29/2011 ..................W 3/30/2011 ..................W 4/17/2012 ..................W 4/18/2012 ..................W 3/12/2013 ..................W 3/13/2013 ..................L

K-State leads 13-1 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. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 16-3....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-0....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-3 ....................................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 2/26/2005 ..................W

K-State 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 K-State 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 3/2/2003 ....................L 2/10/2005 ..................L 2/20/2005 ..................W 3/24/2009 ..................W 3/25/2009 ..................W

K-State 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 K-State 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 2/25/2005 ..................L

NWSU leads 1-0 2-0....................................Natchitoches, La.

Notre Dame 3/14/83 ......................W 3/15/83 ......................W 3/6/2010 ....................W

K-State leads 3-0 9-0 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-3 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5-2 ..........................................DeLand, Fla.

Oakland 3/2/2013 ....................W 3/3/2013 ....................W 3/3/2013 ....................W

K-State leads 3-0 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 13-3....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Ohio State 3/24/2000 ..................L 2/14/2004 ..................W 2/24/2007 ..................W 2/24/2007 ..................W

K-State leads 3-1 4-8 ....................................Homestead, Fla. 12-6 ......................................Houston, Texas 5-4 ............................................Tampa, Fla. 5-2 ............................................Tampa, Fla.

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.

Omaha 5/4/2012 ....................W 5/5/2012 ....................W 5/6/2012 ....................W 4/3/2013 ....................W

K-State leads 4-0 9-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 10-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Oral Roberts ORU leads 34-20 3/6/70 ........................W 5-3 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/6/70 ........................W 4-2 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/7/70 ........................W 7-3 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/16/73 ......................L 0-1 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/16/73 ......................L 5-6 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/17/73 ......................L 2-6 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/17/73 ......................L 0-1 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/15/73 ......................L 0-5 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/15/73 ......................W 9-7 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/16/73 ......................W 3-1 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/16/73 ......................L 4-5 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/19/76 ......................L 2-3 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/19/76 ......................W 5-4 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/20/76 ......................W 12-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/20/76 ......................L 0-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/6/76 ........................W 10-5............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5/6/76 ........................W 12-9............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/18/77 ......................W 2-0 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/18/77 ......................L 0-9 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/13/78 ......................L 0-10............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/14/78 ......................L 5-8 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/15/78 ......................L 6-9 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/12/80 ......................L 2-7 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/13/80 ......................L 4-8 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/6/81 ........................L 6-8 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/6/81 ........................L 1-4 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/7/81 ........................L 1-2 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/31/82 ......................L 2-9 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/31/82 ......................L 0-7 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 4/1/82 ........................L 5-8 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/15/83 ......................L 1-7 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/16/83 ......................L 4-14............................................Tulsa, Okla. 4/23/85 ......................L 7-9 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 4/1/86 ........................L 6-10............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5/1/87 ........................W 17-9............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5/2/87 ........................L 7-8 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 3/20/88 ......................W 12-7............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5/7/88 ........................L 7-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/8/88 ........................W 16-11 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/28/89 ......................W 13-5............................................Tulsa, Okla. 4/29/89 ......................L 2-9 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 2/18/95 ......................L 6-8 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 2/19/95 ......................L 9-14............................................Tulsa, Okla. 2/24/95 ......................W 3-2 (11) ................................Lake Charles, La. 4/22/95 ......................L 8-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/23/95 ......................W 16-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/8/96 ........................L 6-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/8/96 ........................W 14-12 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/16/97 ......................W 11-1............................................Tulsa, Okla. 5/9/97 ........................L 14-15 (10) ..............................Manhattan, Kan. 5/10/97 ......................W 20-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/11/97 ......................W 13-12 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/4/2001 ....................L 3-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/25/2001 ..................L 5-12............................................Tulsa, Okla. 2/17/2006 ..................L 1-5 ......................................Arlington, Texas Oregon State 3/23/71 ......................W 2/5/99 ........................L 2/7/99 ........................W 2/4/2000 ....................W 2/6/2000 ....................L 2/26/2012 ..................L 6/8/2013 ....................W 6/9/2013 ....................L 6/10/2013 ..................L

OSU leads 5-4 10-9 ....................................Riverside, Calif. 6-3 ............................................Peoria, Ariz. 7-6 ............................................Peoria, Ariz. 7-6..................................Albuquerque, N.M. 2-16 ................................Albuquerque, N.M. 5-13 ....................................San Diego, Calif. 6-2 (10) ....................................Corvallis, Ore. 4-12........................................Corvallis, Ore. 3-4 ........................................Corvallis, Ore.

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

K-State 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 2/26/2009 ..................W 2/19/2011 ..................W 2/19/2011 ..................W 2/20/2011 ..................W 2/26/2011 ..................W 3/2/2012 ....................L 3/3/2012 ....................W 3/4/2012 ....................W

K-State leads 7-2 0-3 ....................................Honolulu, Hawaii 7-4 ....................................San Diego, Calif. 5-3 ......................................Stockton, Calif. 7-4 ......................................Stockton, Calif. 7-6 ......................................Stockton, Calif. 6-2 ..........................................Conway, S.C. 2-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Penn State 3/12/94 ......................W 3/13/94 ......................L 2/16/2007 ..................W 2/17/2007 ..................W

5-3 3-5 5-0 4-1

Pepperdine 3/14/97 ......................W

K-State 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

K-State 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.

K-State leads 3-1 ............................College Station, Texas ............................College Station, Texas ......................................Shreveport, La. ......................................Shreveport, La.


NONCONFERENCE RESULTS **Pikers 1920 ..........................L 1920 ..........................L

PIKE leads 2-0 1-5 ................................................Unknown 3-8 ................................................Unknown

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.

Portland 2/13/2005 ..................L

PORT leads 1-0 7-3..........................................Phoenix, Ariz.

Santa Clara 2/23/2008 ..................L

SCU leads 1-0 2-9 ..................................Santa Clara, Calif.

Purdue 3/2/96 ........................W 2/26/2006 ..................W

K-State leads 2-0 4-2 ....................................Jacksonville, Fla. 9-3..........................................Lafayette, La.

School of the Ozarks 3/25/86 ......................W 3/25/86 ......................L

Series tied 1-1 6-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Quincy (Ill.) 3/6/88 ........................W 3/6/88 ........................W

K-State leads 2-0 14-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-8....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Seton Hall 3/13/2003 ..................L 3/14/2003 ..................W 2/23/2007 ..................W

Series tied 2-1 8-11 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla. 8-7 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla. 4-2 ............................................Tampa, Fla.

Regis (Colo.) 3/28/95 ......................W 3/29/95 ......................W 3/16/96 ......................L 3/16/96 ......................W 3/17/96 ......................W

K-State leads 4-1 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-16 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-0....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Rice 2/15/2004 ..................L 5/30/2009 ..................W 5/31/2009 ..................L 6/1/2009 ....................L

RICE leads 3-1 0-13 ......................................Houston, Texas 7-6 ......................................Houston, Texas 0-8 ......................................Houston, Texas 4-13 ......................................Houston, Texas

South Dakota State 3/31/81 ......................W 3/31/81 ......................W 3/19/88 ......................W 5/17/2005 ..................W 5/18/2005 ..................W 2/28/2006 ..................W 3/1/2006 ....................W 5/16/2006 ..................W 5/17/2006 ..................W

K-State 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.

Rider 3/19/2003 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 21-2 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla.

South Florida 3/13/90 ......................L 3/14/90 ......................L

USF leads 2-0 3-4 ............................................Tampa, Fla. 1-3 ............................................Tampa, Fla.

Rockhurst (Mo.) 1940 ..........................W 1941 ..........................L 1941 ..........................W

K-State leads 2-1 8-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-11....................................Kansas City, Mo. 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Southeast Missouri State 4/22/2003 ..................L

SEMO leads 1-0 5-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Rutgers 3/20/2002 ..................L

RUTG leads 1-0 4-5 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla.

Southeastern Louisiana 3/13/72 ......................W 2/20/98 ......................L

Series tied 1-1 9-3........................................Hammond, La. 4-6 ............................................Monroe, La.

Sacramento State 4/26/2005 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 14-3 ..................................Kansas City, Kan.

USC 3/11/94 ......................L 3/14/94 ......................L

USC leads 2-0 7-20 ............................College Station, Texas 0-3 ............................College Station, Texas

Sacred Heart 4/5/2012 ....................W 4/6/2012 ....................W 4/7/2012 ....................W

K-State leads 3-0 9-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

**SMU 4/2/66 ........................W 4/2/66 ........................W 3/31/69 ......................L 3/31/69 ......................W

K-State leads 3-1 2-0 ..........................................Dallas, Texas 4-3 ..........................................Dallas, Texas 0-1 ..........................................Dallas, Texas 13-1 ........................................Dallas, Texas

Southern Miss 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.

Southern Nazarene (Okla.) 2/29/2000 ..................W 2/5/2001 ....................W 2/15/2002 ..................W

K-State leads 3-0 7-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-2....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Southwest Baptist (Mo.) 3/19/88 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 13-2....................................Manhattan, Kan.

**Southwestern (Kan.) 1908 ..........................W 1909 ..........................W 1933 ..........................W 1933 ..........................W

K-State leads 4-0 6-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Southwestern (Texas) 3/26/62 ......................W 3/27/62 ......................W 1963 ..........................W 1963 ..........................L

K-State 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 6/3/2011 ....................L

STAN leads 2-0 7-8 ......................................Riverside, Calif. 3-10 ......................................Fullerton, Calif.

Sterling (Kan.) 3/11/82 ......................W 3/11/82 ......................W 4/10/2002 ..................L 4/21/2004 ..................W

K-State leads 3-1 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-9....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-1....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Stetson 3/5/2010 ....................W

K-State leads 1-0 14-6 ..........................................DeLand, Fla.

Stony Brook 3/17/2003 ..................L

SBU 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

K-State 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.

St. Bonaventure K-State leads 1-0 3/1/2010 ....................W 14-7 (11) ............................Winter Haven, Fla. **St. Francis (N.Y.) 2/23/2002 ..................W 3/4/2005 ....................W 3/5/2005 ....................W 3/6/2005 ....................W

K-State 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 3/2/2007 ....................W

K-State leads 2-0 10-8 ........................................Fresno, Calif. 10-3 ..................................Beaumont, Texas

Saint Louis 2/24/89 ......................W 2/25/89 ......................W

K-State 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

K-State 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

K-State leads 2-0 16-4....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

St. Peter’s 3/16/2003 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-4 ....................................Boca Raton, Fla.

San Diego 2/17/2000 ..................L 2/28/2009 ..................L 2/24/2012 ..................L

USD leads 3-0 15-31 ..................................San Diego, Calif. 1-2 ....................................San Diego, Calif. 1-15 ....................................San Diego, Calif.

San Diego State 2/6/99 ........................L 3/1/2009 ....................W 2/23/2012 ..................W 2/25/2012 ..................W

K-State leads 3-1 7-10 ..........................................Peoria, Ariz. 5-4 (10) ................................San Diego, Calif. 7-2 ....................................San Diego, Calif. 15-7 ....................................San Diego, Calif.

Temple K-State leads 1-0 2/28/2003 ..................W 10-6 (10) ......................................Dothan, Ala. Texas A&M 3/12/85 ......................L 3/9/91 ........................L 3/12/91 ......................W 3/12/94 ......................L 3/14/94 ......................L 3/28/97 ......................W 3/29/97 ......................L

TAMU leads 13-42-1 8-10 ..............................Endinburg, Texas^ 3-7 ............................College Station, Texas 6-0 ............................College Station, Texas 0-8 ............................College Station, Texas 0-1 ............................College Station, Texas 7-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

3/29/97 ......................L 3/27/98 ......................L 3/28/98 ......................L 3/29/98 ......................L 4/9/99 ........................L 4/10/99 ......................L 4/11/99 ......................L 2/25/2000 ..................L 2/26/2000 ..................L 2/27/2000 ..................L 3/23/2001 ..................W 3/24/2001 ..................L 3/25/2001 ..................L 4/12/2002 ..................L 4/13/2002 ..................W 4/14/2002 ..................L 4/11/2003 ..................L 4/12/2003 ..................L 4/13/2003 ..................L 5/14/2004 ..................W 5/15/2004 ..................L 5/16/2004 ..................L 4/22/2005 ..................W 4/23/2005 ..................W 4/24/2005 ..................L 5/12/2006 ..................L 5/13/2006 ..................L 5/14/2006 ..................T 5/11/2007 ..................L 5/12/2007 ..................L 5/13/2007 ..................W 5/26/2007 ..................L 4/4/2008 ....................L 4/5/2008 ....................L 4/6/2008 ....................L 4/10/2009 ..................L 4/10/2009 ..................W 4/11/2009 ..................W 5/21/2010 ..................W 5/22/2010 ..................L 5/23/2010 ..................L 4/1/2011 ....................L 4/2/2011 ....................L 4/3/2011 ....................W 5/26/2011 ..................L 5/28/2011 ..................L 3/16/2012 ..................W 3/17/2012 ..................L 3/18/2012 ..................L

7-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-10 ............................College Station, Texas 4-10 ............................College Station, Texas 5-9 ............................College Station, Texas 0-3 ..................................St. Joseph, Mo.+ 3-15 ..................................St. Joseph, Mo.+ 2-7 ..................................St. Joseph, Mo.+ 5-19 ............................College Station, Texas 4-9 ............................College Station, Texas 4-9 ............................College Station, Texas 5-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 0-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-7 ............................College Station, Texas 7-6 ............................College Station, Texas 5-6 ............................College Station, Texas 4-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-12....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-16....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ............................College Station, Texas 0-8 ............................College Station, Texas 4-11 ............................College Station, Texas 5-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-6 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-8 ............................College Station, Texas 3-6 ............................College Station, Texas 1-1 ............................College Station, Texas 2-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 11-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 2-7 ..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.% 2-7 ............................College Station, Texas 8-13 ............................College Station, Texas 4-14 ............................College Station, Texas 2-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 8-7 (10) ........................College Station, Texas 2-10 ............................College Station, Texas 2-3 ............................College Station, Texas 3-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 9-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-4 ..........................Oklahoma City, Okla.% 8-9 (11) ......................Oklahoma City, Okla.% 15-12 ..........................College Station, Texas 2-9 ............................College Station, Texas 2-7 ............................College Station, Texas

^Texas-Pan American Tournament, +Neutral Site, % Big 12 Championship

Total Runs Scored: Texas A&M 393, Kansas State 228 K-State at Home: 8--13 K-State on the Road: 5-22-1 K-State at Neutral: 0-7 Longest K-State Win Streak: 3 (4/10/09 to 5/21/2010) Longest K-State Losing Streak: 11 (3/29/97-2/27/2000) Last K-State Win: 3/16/2012 (15-12 in College Station) Last K-State Loss: 3/18/2012 (7-2 in College Station) Last K-State Shutout Win: 3/12/91 (6-0 in College Station) Last K-State Shutout Loss: 5/15/2004 (8-0 in College Station) Highest Scoring Game: 27 (K-State, 15-12, 3/16/2012 in College Station) Largest Margin of Victory: 6 (6-0, 3/12/91 in College Station) Largest Margin of Defeat: 14 (19-5, 2/25/2000 in College Station) UT-Arlington 3/10/83 ......................W 3/11/83 ......................W 3/13/84 ......................L 2/14/97 ......................L 2/19/2005 ..................W 2/16/2006 ..................W

K-State leads 4-2 14-8 ....................................Arlington, Texas 8-0 ......................................Arlington, Texas 2-8 ......................................Arlington, Texas 3-4 ......................................Arlington, Texas 5-4 ......................................Arlington, Texas 13-3 ....................................Arlington, Texas

UT-Pan American 3/12/85 ......................W 4/20/99 ......................W 4/21/99 ......................L

K-State leads 2-1 3-2 ....................................Endinburg, Texas 9-4 ....................................Hutchinson, Kan. 15-16 ..................................Hutchinson, Kan.

UTSA 3/4/2008 ....................L 3/5/2008 ....................L 3/17/2009 ..................W 3/18/2009 ..................W

Series tied 2-2 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) **Topeka White Sox 1908 ..........................L 1909 ..........................W

Series tied 1-1 3-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Troy 3/1/2003 ....................L (formerly Troy State)

TROY leads 1-0 7-8 (18)........................................Dothan, Ala.

Tulane 3/25/68 ......................L 3/18/72 ......................L 3/18/72 ......................L 3/19/87 ......................L 3/21/87 ......................L

TUL 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 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

TU 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.

5/5/73 ........................W 3/13/74 ......................L 3/13/74 ......................L

8-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1-5 ............................................Tulsa, Okla. 2-3 ............................................Tulsa, Okla.

**U.S. International (Calif.) 3/14/89 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 7-4 ..........................................Fresno, Calif.

Utah 2/16/2001 ..................W

K-State leads 1-0 10-2 ................................Albuquerque, N.M.

Valley City (N.D.) 3/19/79 ......................W 3/19/79 ......................W

K-State leads 2-0 7-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Villanova 3/3/2010 ....................L

UV leads 1-0 5-8 ..................................Winter Haven, Fla.

Virginia Tech 3/18/89 ......................L

VT leads 1-0 3-6 ..........................................Fresno, Calif.

Wagner 3/15/2002 ..................W

K-State 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 5/4/2005 ....................W

K-State 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 4/15/2003 ..................L

WASH 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

K-State leads 1-0 7-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Washington State 3/13/89 ......................L 2/5/2000 ....................W 3/11/2008 ..................W 6/4/2010 ....................L 6/6/2010 ....................L

WSU leads 3-2 3-5 ..........................................Fresno, Calif. 9-7..................................Albuquerque, N.M. 9-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 6-8 ....................................Fayetteville, Ark. 6-9 ....................................Fayetteville, Ark.

Wayne State 3/19/75 ......................L 3/19/75 ......................L 3/17/76 ......................W 3/17/76 ......................W 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

K-State leads 15-2 1-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 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 (10) ................................Manhattan, Kan.

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NONCONFERENCE RESULTS Western Illinois 3/26/88 ......................W 3/10/2002 ..................L 3/10/2002 ..................W 3/11/2002 ..................W 3/12/2002 ..................W 2/16/2003 ..................W 2/16/2003 ..................W 2/21/2004 ..................W 2/21/2004 ..................W 2/22/2004 ..................L 3/4/2011 ....................W 3/5/2011 ....................W 3/6/2011 ....................W 3/6/2011 ....................W

K-State leads 12-2 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. 6-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4-1 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 14-7....................................Manhattan, Kan. 7-6 (13) ................................Manhattan, Kan.

Western Kentucky 2/25/2011 ..................L

WKU leads 1-0 1-3 ..........................................Conway, S.C.

Western Michigan 3/5/99 ........................W 3/2/2010 ....................W

K-State leads 2-0 5-3 ....................................Jacksonville, Fla. 27-8 ................................Winter Haven, Fla.

Wichita State WSU leads 51-34 1906 ..........................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1907 ..........................W 10-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1909 ..........................W 11-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1911 ..........................W 7-5 ........................................................n/a 1912 ..........................W 10-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 1949 ..........................W 11-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/10/52 ......................W 10-1....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/10/52 ......................W 3-0 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/14/53 ......................W 16-6....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/2/54 ........................W 3-1 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/2/54 ........................L 3-6 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/31/55 ......................W 6-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/31/55 ......................W 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/29/56 ......................L 5-9 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/29/56 ......................W 12-4 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/4/78 ........................W 7-2 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/4/78 ........................W 5-3 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/11/78 ......................L 5-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/11/78 ......................L 6-16....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/18/85 ......................L 5-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/8/85 ........................L 1-5 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/8/85 ........................L 1-8 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/24/86 ......................L 4-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/8/86 ........................L 0-15 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/9/86 ........................L 0-11 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/28/87 ......................L 2-3 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/29/87 ......................L 7-11 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/28/88 ......................L 6-9 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/4/88 ........................W 9-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/25/89 ......................L 5-17 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/26/90 ......................L 5-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/6/91 ........................W 3-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/7/91 ........................L 3-17 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 2/27/92 ......................L 2-10....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/92 ......................W 6-3 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/22/92 ......................L 6-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/9/93 ........................L 5-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/10/93 ......................L 2-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/8/93 ........................L 2-11....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/13/93 ......................L 3-5 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/1/94 ........................L 2-14 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/2/94 ........................L 3-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/8/94 ........................L 2-4 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/13/95 ......................L 3-5 ............................................Salina, Kan. 5/1/95 ........................L 6-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/15/96 ......................L 4-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/2/96 ........................L 9-10 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/2/96 ........................W 9-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/6/97 ........................W 4-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/7/97 ........................L 0-8 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/12/98 ......................L 8-9 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/5/98 ........................L 5-17....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/6/98 ........................L 7-13 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/4/99 ........................L 3-5 ....................................Hutchinson, Kan. 5/5/99 ........................L 4-6 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/2/2000 ....................L 2-7 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/3/2000 ....................W 18-6 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/1/2001 ....................L 3-13....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/2/2001 ....................L 5-9 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/3/2002 ....................L 5-9 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/26/2003 ..................L 10-14 ..................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/9/2003 ....................L 2-13 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/30/2003 ..................L 3-12 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/6/2003 ....................L 0-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/17/2004 ..................L 7-12 (16) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 3/18/2004 ..................L 1-3 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/29/2005 ..................W 6-5 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/19/2005 ..................W 4-2 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/14/2006 ..................W 6-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/18/2006 ..................L 3-7 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/27/2007 ..................L 3-8 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/24/2007 ..................W 2-1 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/5/2008 ....................L 3-4 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/29/2008 ..................W 3-2 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/14/2009 ..................W 13-5....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/15/2009 ..................W 4-3 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 3/30/2010 ..................W 8-3 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/20/2010 ..................W 7-4 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/13/2011 ..................W 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/17/2011 ..................L 6-7 (11) ......................................Wichita, Kan. 4/24/2012 ..................L 7-9 (15) ................................Manhattan, Kan. 5/1/2012 ....................L 3-10 ........................................Wichita, Kan. 4/9/2013 ....................W 7-6 ....................................Manhattan, Kan. 4/16/2013 ..................W 4-1 ..........................................Wichita, Kan. 5/31/2013 ..................W 20-11 ..................................Manhattan, Kan.

Total Runs Scored: Wichita State 563, Kansas State 453 K-State at home: 20-18 K-State on the road: 14-30 K-State at neutral: 0-2 K-State at Unknown Site: 1-0 Longest K-State win streak: 10 (1906 to 4/2/54)

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Longest K-State losing streak: 12 (4/22/92 to 4/2/96) Last K-State win: 5/31/20131 (20-11 in Manhattan) Last K-State loss: 5/1/2012 (3-10 in Manhattan) Last K-State shutout win: 4/10/52 (3-0 in Manhattan) Last K-State shutout loss: 5/6/2003 (2-0 in Manhattan) Highest Scoring Game: 31 (20-11, 5/32/2013 in Manhattan) Largest Margin of Victory: 12 (18-6, 5/3/2000 in Wichita) Largest Margin of Defeat: 15 (15-0, 5/8/86 in Wichita) William Jewell (Mo.) 1908 ..........................W 1909 ..........................W 1910 ..........................W 4/6/77 ........................W 3/27/86 ......................W 4/19/2005 ..................L

K-State 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.) 4/19/2000 ..................W 4/24/2001 ..................W

K-State leads 2-0 15-2....................................Manhattan, Kan. 12-10 ..................................Manhattan, Kan.

Wisconsin-River Falls 3/28/83 ......................W

K-State leads 1-0 5-2 ....................................Manhattan, Kan.

Xavier 3/2/96 ........................W 3/9/96 ........................W 3/6/99 ........................W 3/10/2006 ..................W 3/11/2006 ..................W 3/12/2006 ..................W 5/29/2009 ..................W

K-State 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

K-State leads 1-0 10-0....................................Manhattan, Kan.

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WILDCAT TIMELINE Both teams played well, both have had the same difficulties

cats to a 19-4 overall record en route to the Topeka Confer-

April 10, 1897: Kansas Agricultural College played and won in regard to practice, Saturday’s game was the first time its first game in Fort Riley, Kan. Head coach H.W. Wagner that either nine had played together.

ence title. This baseball championship is believed to be the

FIRST GAME [1897]

first by a varsity sport in K-State history.

led the Aggies to a 4-3 win over Fort Riley. The following is an account of the first game as told by the April 14, 1897

The college team had by far the best battery. The college FIRST DOUBLEHEADER [1908]

edition of the K.A.C. Students’ Herald.

team was rather weak at the bat but this will soon be reme- June 6, 1908: Kansas State played its first-ever doubledied by practice.

header on this date and sweeps archrival Kansas, 2-1 and 1-0. H.S. Baird pitched both games of the doubleheader.

The baseball team crossed bats with the Fort Riley team

at Fort Riley, April 10, in the first game of the season. The FIRST HOME RUN [1897] game resulted in a victory for the college team, the score May 1, 1897: In the ninth inning of the game against Chap- MIKE AHEARN RETIRES [1911] standing at the close of the ninth inning 4 to 3 in favor of

man High School, K.A.C. second basemen Whitelock stepped

Legendary coach Mike Ahearn retires as Kansas State’s

the K.A.C. The game in detail was as follows: first inning, to the plate. According to the K.A.C. Students’ Herald,

most successful baseball coach in history with a .734 win-

first half, Crooch in the box, Davis catching for Fort Riley.

ning percentage. In eight seasons as the head coach, he

Noble at the bat sent a fly to third and was put out on first. “When Whitelock stepped to the plate in the ninth inning led the Wildcats to victory 93 times and suffered only 33 dethere was a look of determination on his face and when feats. Second half Hank Wagner in the box, Doc Wagner catching the ball crossed the plate he met it squarely sending it into MISSOURI VALLEY CHAMPS [1928] for the college. Consiudine at the bat sent a ball to the the deep right field for a home run.” pitcher who makes a wild throw to first and Consiudine

Kansas State concluded the season with a 10-2 Missouri

scores a run. Fann sent a fly to center field and was caught

This was the first home run in the school’s short four-game Valley Conference record to finish atop the standings. Led

out. Mearns made first on an error by third. Hayward was

history.

an 11-3 overall record and won their first baseball title in

put out on first and Mearns on third. In the second and third innings neither side scored.

by Captain Guy Huey, the Wildcats finished the season with

WILDCATS PLAY CHICAGO CUBS [1905]

20 years.

April 6, 1905: The Chicago Cubs made a stop in Manhattan In the second half of the fourth inning Mearns scored an to face Kansas State. The team, which included the Cubs’ BIG SIX CHAMPS [1930] earned run, the score then standing Fort Riley 2, K.A.C. 0. most famous double play combination of all-time, Tinker, Kansas State finished 9-3 in the Big Six Conference and tied Evans and Chance, was on their way back to Chicago after

for first place.

In the fifth inning Menke and Poston each scored a run for

completing spring training in Arizona and stopped off to play

the college team and Davis scored for the Fort Riley team.

the Aggies. No box score remains, but the Cubs did win, 13- BIG SIX CHAMPS AGAIN [1933] 0.

scored on an error by first.

Kansas State and Oklahoma ended the season as co-champions of the Big Six Conference. KSU finished the season

In the sixth inning Ashbrook went out on first; Cheadle

THE FIRST EXTRA-INNING GAME [1905]

with a 9-3 overall record and 3-2 in Big Six play.

May 2, 1905: Kansas State played its first extra-inning affair Green made first; Poston made first and Green made sec- in school history, as the Aggies won it, 6-5, over Friends Uni- FIRST BIG-LEAGUER [1933] Elden Auker becomes the first Kansas State graduate to play ond on an error by left field. Menke sent a fly to third and versity of Wichita, Kan. in the Major Leagues when he broke in with the Detroit

was caught out. H. Wagner struck out leaving Green and Poston on bases.

BACK-TO-BACK NO-HITTERS [1906]

Tigers. Auker would spent the next 10 years in the big

April 17, 1906: Arthur Furey pitched the first no-hitter in leagues with the Tigers, the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Farm and Mearns both went out on fouls which Doc Wagner

Kansas State baseball history in a 13-0 win over the College

Browns. He would post a career 4.42 ERA and 130-101

nailed hansomely, the inning closed with the score standing of Emporia. Three days later, Carl Mallon matched Furey’s record with 126 complete games and 14 shutouts. He would feat in the team’s next outing with a no-hitter against Ottawa post his best season in 1935, as he finished with an 18-7 Fort Riley 3, K.A.C. 0. University.

record.

In the seventh inning, Doc Wagner was put out on first. Noble went out on a foul; Dial made a base hit and scored Accounts in newspapers reported: “The game was played MYERS COACHES ONE SEASON [1940] a run, Cheadle sent a fly to the pitcher and was caught out on a muddy field and there was a rabbit chase across the The namesake of Kansas State’s baseball stadium, Frank leaving Ashbrook on base. Fort Riley made no score.

diamond.”

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 In the eighth and ninth innings neither side scored, the re- FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP [1907] Legendary coach Mike Ahearn, who coached nearly every name. In 2002, the field was re-named Frank Myers Field sult was K.A.C. 4, Riley 3. sporting team at Kansas State during his tenure and later at Tointon Family Stadium. served as the school’s first athletics director, led the Wild88


WILDCAT TIMELINE CATS PLAY FIRST NIGHT GAME [1941]

MILESTONE KANSAS STATE WINS

May 6, 1941: Kansas State played its first home night game. Oklahoma beat the Wildcats, 3-2, at Griffith Park in Manhattan.

WOODS BREAKS COLOR BARRIER [1952] Earl Woods (1932-2006) became the first African- American baseball player in Big Seven Conference history. The father of professional golfer Tiger Woods, Earl was forced to stay in all-black hotels and away from his teammates on road trips.

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.

FRANK MYERS FIELD OPENS [1961] After playing for years at Griffith Park in Downtown Manhat-

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1 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700

at Fort Riley Bethany Baker Kansas at Memphis Naval at Emporia State Iowa State vs. Kansas Marymount Morningside vs. US International vs. Manhattan Oral Roberts at LSU St. Francis Oklahoma State at Pacific vs. Baylor

4-3 8-0 8-4 11-6 11-8 7-5 3-2 8-3 7-6 24-0 7-4 9-1 14-12 9-8 30-4 4-3 7-6 13-9

4/10/1897 3/30/1909 5/18/1923 1937 4/6/1954 4/26/1967 4/20/1973 5/8/1976 3/25/1981 3/24/1985 3/14/1989 3/13/1992 5/8/1996 2/10/2001 3/6/2005 3/28/2008 2/20/2011 5/24/13

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 Brad Hill Brad Hill

tan, Kansas State finally got its own ballpark, as the university opened Frank Myers Field in 1961. The Wildcats

in the Major Leagues, playing for the Dodgers, Reds, Royals, All-American in 1992 by Baseball America after leading the

celebrated the opening with an 11-0 shutout of Iowa State.

Cardinals, Pirates and Indians.

team with a .416 batting average, 54 runs scored, 62 RBI and eight home runs. Wilson was later named to the 1992

ARNOLD FIRES PERFECT GAME [1969]

BAKER BECOMES FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN COACH [1978] Olympic Team which captured the bronze medal.

April 22, 1969: Freshman pitcher Mark Arnold hurled the

Twenty years after Earl Woods broke the color barrier as a

only perfect game in Kansas State history. He retired 27 player in the Big Eight Conference, Dave Baker becomes the POEPARD BREAKS HR RECORD [1997] first African American baseball coach at a Big Eight institu- April 30, 1997: Designated hitter Scott Poepard hits two straight Ottawa batters to earn the 3-0 victory. tion. Baker would guide the Wildcats to 137 wins from 1978 home runs in Kansas State’s 11-1 victory over Bethany and

FIRST ALL-AMERICAN [1973]

to 1983.

became K-State’s career home run leader with 31.

Although there seems to have been All-Americans before the 1973 season, freshman pitcher Andy Replogle was the first CATS ADVANCE TO FIRST BIG 8 TOURNEY [1983] Kansas State player in recorded history to be selected to an May 7, 1983: By posting a 3-2 victory over Iowa State, K-

FRANK MYERS FIELD RENOVATED [1998]

All-American team. Replogle later played two seasons with State qualified for the Big Eight Tournament for the first time since 1977. Milwaukee in 1978-79.

mony was held to begin the renovation of Frank Myers Field.

After the final game of the season a ground breaking cereThe press box and grand stands were torn down and a new playing surface was installed. Every facet of the stadium

RECORD 14 BIG EIGHT WINS [1974]

CLARK NAMED COACH OF THE YEAR [1990]

Kansas State set a school record by winning 14 Big Eight May, 1990: Kansas State’s head coach Mike Clark is named games against only seven losses. The Cats finished second the Big Eight Coach of the Year after leading the Wildcats to in the league race.

a second-place finish in the league race. He was the first

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 locker room complete with team and training rooms.

coach to earn such an honor.

RANDALL BREAKS IN WITH TWINS [1976]

THE 55-GAME ROAD TRIP [1999]

Former Wildcat Bobby Randall, who coached at both Iowa CLARK BECOMES SCHOOL’S WINNINGEST COACH [1991] State and Kansas in the Big 12 , began his six-year major March 21, 1991: Mike Clark won his 139th game as Kansas

After delays, renovation was slowed and the playing surface

league career with the Minnesota Twins. He would post a

of Frank Myers Field was not complete. The 1999 Wildcats

State’s head coach with an 18-7 victory over his alma mater, would play a 55-game schedule without a home field, thus

career .257 average with 154 runs scored and 91 RBI in his Missouri Western, at Frank Myers Field, surpassing Phil Wil- meaning 44 games were played outside the city limits of son (138) for K-State’s career lead in coaching victories. Manhattan, Kan. On the year, the team travelled 17,500 days as a Twin. miles and played at 19 different sites.

POWER STRIKES OUT 19 [1976]

WILSON NAMED BIG 8 PLAYER OF THE YEAR [1992]

March 18, 1976: Ted Power set a single-game record with

May 18, 1992: Shortstop Craig Wilson became the first-ever

19 strikeouts against Wayne State. Power, who still holds

Wildcat to be named Big Eight Player of the Year. The holder Sophomore Kasey Weishaar finished with a single-season

WEISHAAR SETS BATTING RECORD [1999]

the single-season mark with 99 strikeouts, spent 13 years of numerous school records, Wilson was named a first team record .429 batting average. Over the 55-game season, 89


WILDCAT TIMELINE Weishaar never went more than seven at-bats without a hit. CATS KNOCK OFF NO. 1 TEXAS [2005] the school’s first ever consensus All-American after setting For his outstanding season, Weishaar was selected to the April 3, 2005: Kansas State rallied for two runs in the sev- the school record with 14 victories and the seventh-lowest All-Big 12 first team.

enth and one more in the ninth and withstood a Texas rally ERA at 2.09. in the ninth as the Wildcats knocked off the top-ranked and

K-STATE BASEBALL CELEBRATES 100 YEARS [2000]

eventual national champion-Longhorns, 5-3, in the final CATS GO TO SECOND-STRAIGHT REGIONAL, MARTINI Kansas State celebrated the 100th year of Wildcat baseball game of a three-game series before 5,150 fans at Disch- NAMED BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE YEAR [2010] during the 2000 season. In celebration of the centennial of Falk Field. The win was the first-ever for the Wildcats over Kansas State followed its best season in program history the sport, university officials had an All-Century Celebration

a top-ranked team and the first over Texas in 17 tries.

with another NCAA Tournament berth as the Wildcats fin-

Weekend on May 5-7 during the three-game series with

ished with the second-most wins in school history with 36.

Kansas. The celebration weekend included a golf outing for K-STATE ADVANCES TO BIG 12 TITLE GAME [2008] former lettermen at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan May 21-25, 2008: Kansas State, playing in just its second-

K-State also recorded its highest ever finish in Big 12 play as it finished third and tied the school record with 14 con-

and a cookout for friends and family prior to Friday’s game. ever Big 12 Championship, traveled to Bricktown Ballpark ference victories. Leading the way for K-State was sophoThe university also named 21 players to the All-Century winners of its last three games. The Wildcats kept the mo- more Nick Martini, who was named the Big 12 Player of the team and introduced them individually prior to Saturday’s mentum going as they defeated No. 6 Oklahoma State, 3-2, game. The players were formally honored at the All-Century to open the tournament, but then lost to No. 7 Nebraska, 5-

Year. The outfielder also earned second team All-America honors as he led the Big 12 with a .416 batting average -

Dinner that evening.

2. On Saturday, Nebraska dropped its game to Oklahoma which was tied for fifth in school history - and he also led State, which meant K-State needed to defeat Baylor to ad- the league in conference-only games with a .433 mark - the

CLARK EARNS MILESTONE WINS [2002]

vance. The Cats, down 2-1 in the bottom of the sixth, scored eighth-highest mark in Big 12 history.

March 18, 2002: Head coach Mike Clark became the first a pair of runs and held on down the stretch to move on to K-STATE SELECTED FOR THIRD-STRAIGHT SEASON [2011] K-State coach in any team sport to post 400 wins, earning the program’s first title game appearance. The Wildcats advanced to their third-straight and third-ever

his 400th win in the Wildcats’ 8-7 win over UW-Milwaukee.

NCAA Regional when they were an at-large selection yet

He is the fourth-longest tenured coach in school history.

CATS SET SEASON MARK FOR WINS, EARN FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT BERTH [2009]

CATS ADVANCE TO FIRST BIG 12 TOURNAMENT [2002]

May 29-June 1, 2009: Kansas State recorded its most suc- school history with 35, thanks to a late-season run. K-State cessful season in school history by winning a program- was just 20-15 overall and 5-10 in conference play before

May 12, 2002: After winning the first two games against

record 43 games and earned a spot in its first ever NCAA

finishing the regular season with a 16-8 overall record and

Missouri, a rainout on Sunday gave the Wildcats their first

Regional. K-State also set a school-record with 14 Big 12

a 7-4 mark against Big 12 foes. The streak included a three-

trip to the Big 12 Tournament after three years of heartbreaking close calls. In its first postseason trip since the 1996

victories and finished fourth in the conference, its highest game sweep of Kansas as the Wildcats improved their record league finish since 1995. With the ultra-successful season, against the Jayhawks to 15-3 over the previous 18 meetings.

season, Kansas State proved its medal against the best,

the Wildcats were ticketed to Reckling Park on the campus

He would earn career win No. 700 at Texas Tech on April 7.

overcoming a 12-inning loss to nationally-ranked Texas Tech of Rice University for its first ever regional. The Wildcats won in the opening game to post back-to-back upsets of nation- its first regional game, a 16-8 victory over Xavier. Kansas

again. Kansas State finished with the third-most wins in

A SEASON OF RECORDS AND FIRSTS [2013] K-State embarked on a run no Wildcat team had seen before.

ally-ranked Baylor and the Red Raiders before losing to State then faced host school and No. 6 ranked Rice in what In the first game of a home series against Oklahoma in mideventual tournament runner-up Nebraska in the semifinals. could be labeled the biggest win in program history when May, the Wildcats captured their first Big 12 title in program the Wildcats topped the Owls, 7-6, to advance to the regional season for the ninth time in school history and for the first final. And although the Cats dropped the next two games to time since 1997. end the season, the Wildcats can look back at the 2009

history - which was also the first conference title for K-State

campaign as the one that reset the bar in terms on success

first Super Regional. The season was ended in game three

in baseball at Kansas State.

of the Super Regional at Oregon State, but the Wildcats still

With the win over Texas Tech, K-State achieved a 30-win

HILL NAMED 20TH HEAD COACH AT K-STATE [2003]

baseball in 80 years. The Wildcats hosted their first Regional at Tointon Family Stadium and advanced to the program’s

June 3, 2003: After an ultra-successful nine-year stint as

managed to win 45 games - the most in school history. K-

the head coach at Central Missouri State in Warrensburg, HILL, MORRIS GRAB NATIONAL HONORS [2009] Mo., Brad Hill was named the 20th head baseball coach at Head coach Brad Hill earned Big 12 Coach of the Year hon-

State also set program-bests in several categories, including hits (708) and saves (19).

Kansas State. The winningest Division II coach in the nation,

ors, becoming the first Kansas State coach since Mike Clark Hill guided the Mules to an impressive 418-91 (.821) overall in 1990 to be named conference coach of the year. Hill K-STATE DOMINATES ALL-BIG 12 AWARDS [2013] record during his nine-year tenure. The seven-time Central guided Kansas State to a 43-win season, including 14 con- Junior second baseman Ross Kivett was named Big 12 ference victories to finish fourth in the league, all school

Player of the Year, highlighting a program-record seven play-

Tournament each of his nine seasons, including seven trips bests. The Wildcats also earned their highest ranking in to the College World Series and a national title. school history as they were No. 10 in the Baseball America

ers on the All-Big 12 First Team. Brad Hill garnered his sec-

Region Coach of the Year, Hill led the school to the NCAA

ond career Big 12 Coach of the Year award while freshman

Top 25 earlier in the season. Junior right-handed pitcher A.J. relief pitcher Jake Matthys was named Big 12 Freshman of Morris was named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year and was the Year. 90


NO-HITTERS AND CYCLES PERFECT GAMES AND NO-HITTERS MARK ARNOLD* K-State 3, Ottawa 0

CHRIS HMIELEWSKI K-State 10, Augustana 0

DAVE CHRISTENSEN | GREG MCNAMARA K-State 15, Friends 0

March 16, 1969 | Manhattan, Kan.

March 16, 1991 | Manhattan, Kan.

February 26, 1991 | Manhattan, Kan.

Ottawa Harris, CF Warren, 2B Innes, RF Peine, 1B Norden, C Exum, SS Doeren, LF Alcock, 3B Haworth, P

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

21

0

0

0

Ottawa K-State

Augustana

K-State AB 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

000 100

000 001

Huisman, 2B Waymire, RF Randall, SS Woolsey, CF Gartner, 1B Droege, LF Hickey, C Graas, 3B Arnold, P

AB 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 1 2

R 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

H 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

BI 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

22

3

6

3

0 X

-

0 3

0 6

0 0

2B - Huisman; HR - Woolsey; SB - Droege; SAC - Huisman; LOB - Ottawa 0, KState 4. Ottawa Haworth

IP 6.0

H 6

R 3

ER 3

BB 1

SO 4

K-State Arnold

IP 7.0

H 0

R 0

ER 0

BB 0

SO 10

K-State

AB Legal, SS 2 Johnson, 3B 2 Rylance, CF 2 Grinsteinner, C 1 Lloyd, 1B 2 Foster, DH 1 Barstadt, RF 2 Schuster, LF 1 Dean, PH 1 Novak, 2B 1

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

15

0

0

0

Augustana K-State

000 503

Friends

K-State

AB Torian, 2B 4 Baird, CF 3 Culp, LF 2 C. Wilson, SS 3 Rippelmeyer, 1B 2 Ryan, C 2 Hmielewski, P/DH 2 Stroth, RF 2 L. Wilson, 3B 2

R 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 0

H 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 0

BI 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 2 0

AB Mitsuhashi, 2B 2 Cobb, 1B 2 J. Wyant, CF 2 Johnson, RF 2 Matthews, 3B 1 Hansard, P/DH 2 Sinks, C 1 M. Wyant, LF 1 Warner, SS 2

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

22

10

9

9

Totals

0

0

0

0 10

0 9

3 0

00 11

-

Friends K-State

2B - Torian, C. Wilson, Stroth(2); SB - Culp, C. Wilson; LOB - K-State 6, Augustana 2.

15

000 537

R 9 1

ER 6 0

BB 3 3

SO 0 1

* Only Perfect Game in School History

K-State Hmielewski

IP 5.0

H 0

R 0

ER 0

BB 2

SO 5

LON OSTROM K-State 2, Oklahoma State 1

STU LINDELL K-State 2, Bethany 0

ANDY REPLOGLE Creighton 1, K-State 0

April 3, 1976 | Manhattan, Kan.

May 9, 1974 | Manhattan, Kan.

March 23, 1973 | Omaha, Neb.

AB 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

R 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yeagley, CF Holub, SS Anson, 1B Korbe, RF Specht, LF Bacon, DH Klipowicz, 3B Cooper, C Fisher, 2B

AB 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 1

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

H 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1

BI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Sacco, 3B Struble, LF Lindahl, 2B Aughey, C Anderson, DH Hummel, CF Campion, 1B Revelle, SS Taylor, RF

AB 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

23

1

0

0

Totals

21

2

4

2

Totals

21

0

0

0

Oklahoma St. K-State

100 002

1 2

0 4

1 3

Bethany K-State

000 100

Bailey, 1B Holub, CF Shockey, DH Hoffman, RF Kruger, 2B Anson, LF Dreiling, LF Parker, C Chapman, 3B Fisher, SS Totals

0 X

-

3B - Fisher; SB - Fisher; LOB - K-State 3, Oklahoma State 1

BI 2 1 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 1 1

Totals

28

15

16

13

0 15

0 16

3 2

Friends Hansard Hays

IP 2.2 1.1

H 14 2

R 13 2

ER 13 2

BB 3 0

SO 0 2

K-State Christensen McNamara

IP 4.0 1.0

H 0 0

R 0 0

ER 0 0

BB 4 0

SO 3 0

K-State

Crosbie, LF Embree, 2B McGee, RF Unmacht, 1B Steinmeyer, CF Thedford, C Manning, DH Burk, 3B Wyatt, SS

000 000

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

2B - C. Wilson; 3B - L. Wilson, C. Wilson, Hmielewski; HR - Hmielewski; SB - L. Wilson, Hmielewski; LOB - Friends 4, K-State 4.

H 9 0

Bethany

R 2 3 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 1

-

IP 3.1 0.2

K-State

AB 4 3 3 1 2 1 2 1 3 2 3

0 0X

Augustana Babb Sutton

Oklahoma State

L. Wilson, 3B C. Wilson, SS Culp, LF Wolf, LF Hmielewski, 1B Cichon, 1B Rippelmeyer, C Spalitto, DH Peddy, DH/C Stroth, RF Torian, 2B

000 001

0 X

-

AB 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 3 3

R 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 1

BI 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

27

2

9

2

0 2

0 9

1 1

CARL MALLON K-State vs. Ottawa April 17, 1906

ARTHUR FUREY K-State 13, College of Emporia 0 April 17, 1906 | Manhattan, Kan. Due to insufficient records in the K-State archives, the box scores for the above nohitters are not available.

2B - Hoffman; SB - Lindahl; SAC - Struble; LOB - K-State 9, Bethany 1

Oklahoma State Green

IP 6.0

H 4

R 2

ER 2

BB 1

SO 4

K-State Ostrom

IP 7.0

H 0

R 1

ER 0

BB 0

SO 3

Bethany Kerbs

IP 6.0

H 9

R 2

ER 2

BB 2

SO 0

K-State Lindell

IP 7.0

H 0

R 0

ER 0

BB 0

SO 2

THE CYCLE* CRAIG WILSON K-State 25, Friends 1

HEATH SCHESSER K-State 22, Bethany 1

February 29, 1992 | Manhattan, Kan.

April 30, 1997 | Manhattan, Kan.

Stats: 5-for-5, 2B, 2 3B, HR, 4 runs, 8 RBI

Stats: 4-for-5, 3 runs, 3 RBI Plate Appearances 1st Inning: Three-run home run to center field 1st Inning: Tripled to right-center field 2nd Inning: Flied out to left field 5th Inning: Doubled down the left-field line 5th Inning: Singled to shortstop * Since 1992 91


CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS OVERALL: 17-30 (.362) BIG 12: 13-14 (.481) Team Baylor Colorado Iowa State Kansas Missouri Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Total

Total 7 1 4 7 2 5 6 6 3 3 3 47

W 4 0 0 5 0 1 2 3 0 0 2 17

L 3 1 4 2 2 4 4 3 3 3 1 30

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

First 2002 1976 1976 1976 1977 1985 1983 1985 2007 2007 2002 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)

Last 2013 1976 1995 2010 1977 2008 2011 2012 2009 2011 2013 2013

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 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)

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)

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)

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 – 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 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)

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)

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)

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) SV-Edwards (11)

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 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 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 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) SV-Edwards (12)

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 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

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)

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

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)

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 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)

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)

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 3 – Texas 4, Kansas State 2 May 23, 2009 - 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)

2010 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (1-2) Game 1 – Baylor 11, Kansas State 8 May 26, 2010 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Baylor 233 001 110 11 13 0 Kansas State 100 160 000 8 11 0 WP-Kempf (8-2) LP-Marshall (5-5)

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)

Game 2 – Kansas State 10, Kansas 5 May 28, 2010 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 033 001 003 10 15 0 Kansas 200 003 000 5 12 1 WP-Hunter (9-2) LP-Selik (6-4) SV-Allen (8)

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)

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)

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CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Game 3 – Oklahoma 13, Kansas State 2 May 29, 2010 - Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Oklahoma 101 610 04 13 15 1 Kansas State 200 000 00 3 5 2 WP-Shore (8-4) LP-Daniel (5-4) 2011 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (2-2) Game 1 – Kansas State 5, Oklahoma 4 May 25, 2011 - RedHawks Field - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 030 000 101 5 9 1 Oklahoma 004 000 000 4 8 1 WP-Marshall (5-5) LP-John (4-1) SV-Allen (16) Game 2 – Texas A&M 4, Kansas State 1 May 26, 2011 - RedHawks Field - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Texas A&M 021 000 001 4 10 0 Kansas State 100 000 000 1 6 1 WP-Wacha (7-3) LP-Applegate (5-4) SV-Fleece (3) Game 3 – Kansas State 4, Oklahoma 3 May 27, 2011 - RedHawks Field - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Oklahoma 100 100 100 3 9 1 Kansas State 101 020 00x 4 8 1 WP-Conlon (4-1) LP-Overton (8-4) SV-Allen (17) Game 4 – Texas A&M 9, Kansas State 8 May 27, 2011 - RedHawks Field - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 502 010 00 8 10 1 Texas A&M 000 310 040 01 9 14 1 WP-Martin (2-1) LP-Fasola (0-1) 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (1-2) Game 1 – Baylor 11, Kansas State 1 May 23, 2012 - Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 001 0 1 5 0 Baylor 000 333 2 11 14 0 WP-Turley (9-0) LP-Bahramzadeh (7-4) Game 2 – Kansas State 11, Oklahoma State 5 May 24, 2012 - Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 303 400 100 11 12 0 Oklahoma State 003 000 002 5 8 2 WP-Esquivel (3-1) LP-McCurry (4-3) Game 3 – Baylor 11, Kansas State 2 May 25, 2012 - Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Baylor 220 101 041 11 11 1 Kansas State 000 000 200 2 7 4 WP-Bremer (6-1) LP-Youngdahl (2-2) 2013 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (2-1)* Game 1 – K-State 4, Texas Tech 3 May 23, 2013 - Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Texas Tech 000 201 000 3 6 0 Kansas State 010 300 00X 4 6 0 WP-McFadden (6-2) LP-Masek (5-2) SV-Matthys (7) Game 2 – K-State 13, Baylor 9 May 24, 2013 - Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Kansas State 000 404 005 13 12 3 Baylor 023 201 010 9 8 0 WP-Esquivel (1-2) LP-Michalec (4-5) Game 3 – Oklahoma 7, K-State 6 May 25, 2013 - Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City, Okla. R H E Oklahoma 010 310 000 11 7 10 1 K-State 000 100 004 10 6 17 1 WP-Garza, Jr. (5-1) LP-Matthys (8-1) SV-Hayes (1) *Format changed to pool play from double-elimination

HITTING*

PITCHING/FIELDING*

BATTING AVERAGE

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Championship (min 10 AB): .625 (10-for-16), Jason King (2011) Career (min 30 AB): .341 (15-for-44), Jason King (2008-09, 2011) Team: .315 (35-for-111), 2013

Championship (min 4 IP): 0.00 (0 ER, 5.2 IP), Justin Lindsey (2011) Career (min 8 IP): 0.00 (0 ER, 9 IP), James Allen (2009-11) Team: 4.15 (12 ER, 26.0 IP), 2009

GAMES PLAYED

APPEARANCES

Championship: 4, 25 players Career: 12, Tanner Witt, 2010-13

Championship : 3, five times (Last: James Allen, 2011) Career: 7, James Allen, 2009-11

AT-BATS

WINS

Ind. Game: 6, six times (Last: Witt, Conlon, King vs. OU 5/25/13) Ind. Championship: 20, Osmar Castillo, 2002 Ind. Career: 44, twice (Last: Tanner Witt, 2010-13) Team Game: 45, two times (Last: vs. OU, 5/25/13) Team Championship: 146, 2002

Championship: 1, 13 times (Last: McFadden and Esquivel, 2013) Career: 2, twice (Last: Gerardo Esquivel, 2011-13)

HITS Ind. Game: 4, three times (Last: Jake Brown vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12) Ind. Championship: 10, Jason King (2011) Ind. Career: 15, Jason King (2008-09, 2011) Team Game: 17, vs. OU, 5/25/13 Team Championship: 43, 2002

RUNS Ind. Game: 3, two times (Last: Jared King, vs. Baylor, 5/24/13) Ind. Championship: 6, Pat Maloney (2002) Ind. Career: 10, Tanner Witt (2010-13) Team Game: 13, vs. Baylor, 5/24/13 Team Championship: 24, 2002

SAVES Championship: 2, twice (Last: James Allen, 2011) Career: 3, James Allen, 2010-11

COMPLETE GAMES Championship: none Career: none

INNINGS PITCHED Ind. Game: 8.0, Brad Hutt vs. Nebraska (5/24/07) Ind. Championship: 8.0, Brad Hutt, 2007 Ind. Career: 15.2, Brad Hutt, 2007-08 Team Game: 11.2, vs. Texas Tech (5/22/02) Team Championship: 38.2, 2002

STRIKEOUTS Ind. Game: 9, Kyle Hunter vs. Oklahoma (5/25/11) Ind. Championship: 9, Kyle Hunter, 2011 Ind. Career: 14, James Allen, 2009-11 Team Game: 11, vs. Oklahoma State (5/21/08) Team Championship: 33, 2011

DOUBLES Ind. Game: 2, Shane Conlon, vs. OU 5/25/13 Ind. Championship: 2, six times (Last: Shane Conlon, 2013) Ind. Career: 3, Jason King, 2008-09, 2011 3, Adam Muenster, 2007-10 Team Game: 3, four times (Last: vs. Baylor, 5/24/13) Team Championship: 9, 2008

WALKS

TRIPLES Ind. Game: 1, five times (Last: Jared King vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12) Ind. Championship: 1, five times (Last: Jared King, 2012) Ind. Career: 1, five times (Last: Jared King, 2011-13) Team Game: 1, five times (Last: vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12) Team Championship: 2, 2008

HOME RUNS Ind. Game: 1, eight times (Last: Jon Davis vs. Baylor, 5/25/12) Ind. Championship: 1, eight times (Last: Jon Davis, 2012) Ind. Career: 1, eight times (Last: Jon Davis, 2012-13) Team Game: 1, eight times (Last: vs. Baylor, 5/25/12) Team Championship: 2, 2007

Ind. Game: 5, Shane Conlon vs. Oklahoma (5/27/11) Ind. Championship: 6, Franco Pezely, 2002 Ind. Career: 7, Kayvon Bahramzadeh, 2009-11 7, A.J. Morris, 2007-09 Team Game: 10, vs. Texas (5/23/07) Team Championship: 20, 2002

PUTOUTS Ind. Game: 15, twice (Last: Shane Conlon, vs. OU, 5/25/13) Ind. Championship: 36, Shane Conlon (2013) Ind. Career: 61, Justin Bloxom, 2008-09 Team Game: 35, vs. Texas Tech (5/22/02) Team Championship: 116, 2002

ASSISTS Ind. Game: 7, Carter Jurica vs. Kansas (5/28/10) Ind. Championship: 18, Osmar Castillo, 2002 Ind. Career: 21, Drew Biery, 2008-09 Team Game: 16, vs. Texas A&M (5/26/07) Team Championship: 46, 2011

RBI Ind. Game: 4, Adam Muenster vs. Texas (5/23/07) Ind. Championship: 5, three times (Last: Jon Davis, 2013) Ind. Career: 10, Ross Kivett, 2011-13 Team Game: 12, vs. Baylor, 5/24/13 Team Championship: 21, twice (Last: 2013)

ERRORS

STOLEN BASES Ind. Game: 2, four times (Last: Ross Kivett vs. Oklahoma State, 5/21/12) Ind. Championship: 3, twice (Last: Adam Muenster, 2010) Ind. Career: 7, Adam Muenster, 2007-10 Team Game: 5, three times (Last: vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12) Team Championship: 10, 2009

Ind. Game: 2, three times (Last: Lance Miles, vs. Baylor, 5/24/13) Ind. Championship: 2, six times (Last: Lance Miles, 2013) Ind. Career: 4, Nate Tenbrink, 2007-08 Team Game: 4, vs. Baylor (5/25/12) Team Championship: 6, 2008 * Big 12 Championships Only

WALKS Ind. Game: 4, Wade Hinkle, vs. Oklahoma State (5/24/12) Ind. Championship: 4, Wade Hinkle (2012) Ind. Career: 5, Rob Vaughn, 2007-09 5, Jordan Cruz, 2007-09 5, Brett Scott, 2007-08 Team Game: 9, twice (Last: vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12) Team Championship: 19, 2007

STRIKEOUTS Ind. Game: 3, four times (Last: Jared King, vs. OU, 5/25/13) Ind. Championship: 6, twice (Last: Kent Urban, 2011) Ind. Career: 11, Rob Vaughn, 2007-09 Team Game: 11, vs. OU 5/25/13 Team Championship: 32, 2008

* Big 12 Championships Only 93


REGIONAL LINE SCORES NCAA REGIONAL RESULTS 6-6 (.500) Team Arkansas Bryant Grambling State Illinois Rice Stanford Washington State Wichita State Xavier Total

Total 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 12

W 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 6

L 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 6

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009 HOUSTON [RICE] REGIONAL (2-2) Game 1 – Kansas State16, Xavier 8 May 29, 2009 - Reckling Park - Houston, Texas Xavier Kansas State WP-Hoge (6-4)

000 300 302 408 022 00x LP-Richard (4-1)

R H E 8 14 1 16 17 0

Game 2 – Kansas State 7, Rice 6 May 30, 2009 - Reckling Park - Houston, Texas Kansas State Rice WP-Morris (14-1)

R H E 7 13 3 6 13 1

011 001 013 210 000 003 LP-Berry (7-1)

Game 3 – Rice 8, Kansas State 0 May 31, 2009 - Reckling Park - Houston, Texas Rice Kansas State WP-Wall (7-5)

R H E 8 11 1 0 3 1

000 140 030 000 000 000 LP-Vogel (4-2)

Game 4 – Iowa State 11, Kansas State 8 June 1, 2009 - Reckling Park - Houston, Texas Kansas State Rice WP-Reckling (2-2)

011 000 200 200 620 12x LP-Rooke (5-2)

R H E 4 7 2 13 20 2

2010 FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL (1-2) Game 1 – Washington State 8, Kansas State 6 June 4, 2010 - Baum Stadium - Fayetteville, Ark. Kansas State Washington State WP-Lambert (5-1)

R H E 6 11 1 8 12 1

000 103 200 000 120 32x LP-Allen (5-1)

Game 2 – Kansas State 9, Grambling State 7 June 5, 2010 - Baum Stadium - Fayetteville, Ark. R H E 9 14 0 8 13 1

Kansas State 121 140 000 Grambling State 010 001 420 WP-Bahramzadeh (2-3) LP-Turner (5-6) Game 3 – Washington State 9, Kansas State 6 June 6, 2010 - Baum Stadium - Fayetteville, Ark. Washington State Kansas State WP-Ochoa (2-2)

010 026 000 204 000 000 LP-Lindsey (4-4)

R H E 9 12 2 6 11 0

2011 FULLERTON REGIONAL (0-2) Game 1 – Stanford 10, Kansas State 3 June 3, 2011 - Goodwin Field - Fullerton, Calif. Kansas State Stanford WP-Appel (6-6)

000 100 020 012 032 20x LP-Hunter (5-5)

R H E 3 7 5 10 16 0

Game 2 – Illinois 5, Kansas State 3 June 4, 2011 - Goodwin Field - Fullerton, Calif. Illinois Kansas State WP-Anderson (8-6)

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R H E 002 300 000 5 12 2 010 020 000 3 7 1 LP-Applegate (5-5)

First 2013 2013 2010 2011 2009 2011 2010 2013 2009 2009

Last 2013 2013 2010 2011 2009 2011 2010 2013 2009 2013

2013 MANHATTAN REGIONAL (3-0) Game 1 – K-State 20, Wichita State 11 May 31, 2013 - Tointon Family Stadium - Manhattan, Kan. R H E Wichita State 202 021 022 11 12 1 K-State 902 113 22X 20 19 1 WP-Moore (4-0) LP-Elam (7-5) Game 2 – K-State 7, Bryant 1 June 1, 2013 - Tointon Family Stadium - Manhattan, Kan. R H E K-State 100 004 002 7 8 0 Bryant 100 000 000 1 8 2 WP-Flattery LP-Schlitter SV-Matthys (8) Game 3 - K-State 4, Arkansas 3 June 2, 2013 - Tointon Family Stadium - Manhattan, Kan. R H E K-State 000 200 200 4 7 1 Arkansas 300 000 000 3 8 1 WP-Esquivel (2-2) LP-Gunn (1-1) SV-Matthys (9)


REGIONAL RECORDS HITTING

PITCHING/FIELDING

BATTING AVERAGE

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Regional (min 12 AB): .533 (8-for-15), Justin Bloxom (2009) Career (min 25 AB): .500 (15-for-30), Nick Martini (2009-11) Team: .333 (34-for-102), 2013

Regional (min 5 IP): 5.00 (5 ER, 9.0 IP), A.J. Morris (2009) Career (min 7 IP): 2.89 (3 ER, 8.2 IP), Evan Marshall (2009-11) Team: 4.33 (13 ER, 27.0 IP), 2013

GAMES PLAYED

APPEARANCES

Regional: 4, nine players (2009) Career: 9, Nick Martini (2009-11)

Regional: 3, Matt Applegate (2009) Career: 5, Evan Marshall (2009-11)

AT-BATS

WINS

Ind. Game: 5, 22 times (Last: Ross Kivett vs. Bryant, 6/1/13) Ind. Regional: 18, Nick Martini (2009) Ind. Career: 30, Nick Martini (2009-11) Team Game: 39, vs. Xavier (2009) Team Regional: 137, 2009

Regional and Career: 6 tied with 1 (Last: Esquivel, Flattery, Moore, 2013)

HITS

Regional and Career: 1, A.J. Morris (2009)

Ind. Game: 5, Justin Bloxom vs. Xavier (2009) Ind. Regional: 8, Justin Bloxom and Nick Martini (2009) Ind. Career: 15, Nick Martini (2009-11) Team Game: 19, vs. Wichita State (2013) Team Regional: 40, 2009

RUNS Ind. Game: 4, twice (Kivett, Witt vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13) Ind. Regional: 7, Ross Kivett (2013) Ind. Career: 10, Ross Kivett (2011, 2013) Team Game: 20, vs. Wichita State (2013) Team Regional: 31, 2013

DOUBLES Ind. Game: 2, Justin Bloxom vs. Xavier (2009) 2, Adam Muenster vs. Washington State (2010) Ind. Regional: 3, Justin Bloxom (2009) Ind. Career: 4, Nick Martini (2009-11) Team Game: 5, vs. Xavier (2009) Team Regional: 9, 2009

TRIPLES Ind. Game: 1, Carter Jurica vs. Xavier (2009) 1, Nick Martini vs. Illinois (2011) Ind. Regional: 1, Carter Jurica (2009) 1, Nick Martini (2011) Ind. Career: 1, Carter Jurica (2009) 1, Nick Martini (2011) Team Game: 1, vs. Xavier (2009) and vs. Illinois (2011) Team Regional: 1, 2009 and 2011

HOME RUNS Ind. Game: 2, twice (Last: Ross Kivett, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13) Ind. Regional: 3, Justin Bloxom (2009) Ind. Career: 3, Justin Bloxom (2009) Team Game: 3, vs. Xavier (2009) Team Regional: 5, 2009

RBI Ind. Game: 5, Justin Bloxom vs. Xavier (2009) 5, Jordan Cruz vs. Xavier (2009) Ind. Regional: 9, Justin Bloxom (2009) Ind. Career: 15, Nick Martini (2009-11) Team Game: 18, vs. Wichita State (2013) Team Regional: 27, 2009

STOLEN BASES Ind. Game: 1, 14 times Ind. Regional: 2, Adam Muenster (2009) 2, Chase Graskewicz (2010) Ind. Career: 3, Adam Muenster (2009-10) Team Game: 4, vs. Wichita State (2013) Team Regional: 6, 2010

SAVES Regional and Career: 2, Jake Matthys (2013)

COMPLETE GAMES INNINGS PITCHED Ind. Game: 9.0, A.J. Morris vs. Rice (2009) Ind. Regional: 9.0, A.J. Morris vs. Rice (2009) Ind. Career: 9.0, A.J. Morris vs. Rice (2009) Team Game: 9.0, nine times Team Regional: 35.0, 2009

STRIKEOUTS Ind. Game: 6, Kyle Hunter vs. Washington State (2010) 6, Justin Lindsey vs. Washington State (2010) Ind. Regional: 6, Kyle Hunter (2010) 6, Justin Lindsey (2010) Ind. Career: 8, Evan Marshall (2009-11) 8, Kyle Hunter (2009-11) Team Game: 9, vs. Washington State (2010) Team Regional: 22, 2010

WALKS Ind. Game: 3, Todd Vogel vs. Rice (2009) 3, Thome Rooke vs. Rice (2009) 3, Levi MaVorhis vs. Wichita State (2013) Ind. Regional: 4, Thomas Rooke (2009) Ind. Career: 4, Thomas Rooke (2009) Team Game: 6, vs. Rice (2009) Team Regional: 15, 2009

PUTOUTS Ind. Game: 15, Justin Bloxom vs. Rice (2009) 15, Kent Urban vs. Grambling State (2010) Ind. Regional: 44, Justin Bloxom (2009) Ind. Career: 44, Justin Bloxom (2009) Team Game: 27, nine times Team Regional: 105, 2009

ASSISTS Ind. Game: 8, Drew Biery vs. Rice (2009) Ind. Regional: 20, Drew Biery (2009) Ind. Career: 20, Drew Biery (2009) 20, Carter Jurica (2009-10) Team Game: 19, vs. Rice (2009) Team Regional: 61, 2009

ERRORS Ind. Game: 2, Justin Lindsey vs. Stanford (2011) Ind. Regional: 2, Carter Jurica (2009) 2, Justin Lindsey (2011) Ind. Career: 2, Carter Jurica (2009-10) 2, Justin Lindsey (2010-11) 2, Jake Brown (2009-11) Team Game: 5, vs. Stanford (2011) Team Regional: 6, 2009 and 2011

WALKS Ind. Game: 3, twice (Last: Ross Kivett, Arkansas, 2013) Ind. Regional: 4, three times (Last: King and Kivett, 2013) Ind. Career: 7, Adam Muenster (2009-10) Team Game: 9, vs. Wichita State (2013) Team Regional: 17, 2013

STRIKEOUTS Ind. Game: 2, 12 times Ind. Regional: 5, Kent Urban (2010) Ind. Career: 5, Jason King (2009, 2011) 5, Mike Kindel (2010-11) Team Game: 9, vs. Washington State (2010) Team Regional: 21, 2009 and 2010 95


SUPER REGIONAL LINE SCORES/RECORDS HITTING

NCAA SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS 1-2 (.333) Team Oregon State Total

Total 3 3

W 1 1

L 2 2

T 0 0

First 2013 2013

2013 CORVALLIS [OREGON STATE] SUPER REGIONAL (1-2) Game 1 – Kansas State6, Oregon State 2 June 8, 2013 - Goss Stadium - Corvallis, Ore. R H E K-State 000 001 001 4 6 13 1 Oregon State 000 200 000 0 2 7 1 WP-Matthys (9-1) LP-Fry (0-1) Game 2 – Oregon State 12, K-State 4 June 9, 2013 - Goss Stadium - Corvallis, Ore. Oregon State K-State WP-Moore (14-1)

522 010 101 010 200 001 LP-McFadden (6-3)

R H E 12 21 1 4 6 1

Game 3 – Oregon State 4, K-State 3 June 9, 2013 - Goss Stadium - Corvallis, Ore. Oregon State K-State WP-Wetzler (9-1)

R H E 020 110 000 4 6 0 000 001 020 3 11 2 LP-Matthys (9-2) SV-Boyd (1)

Last 2013 2013

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Super Regional (min 10 AB): .500 (5-for-10), Blair DeBord (2013) Team: .288 (30-for-104), 2013

Super Regional (min 5 IP): 2.84 (2 ER, 6.1 IP), Jake Matthys (2013) Team: 5.14 (16 ER, 28.0 IP), 2013

GAMES PLAYED

APPEARANCES

Super Regional: 3, nine players (2013)

Super Regional: 2, three times (2013)

AT-BATS

WINS

Ind. Game: 6, Shane Conlon and Tanner Witt (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 15, Shane Conlon (2013) Team Game: 39, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 104, 2013

Super Regional: 1, Jake Matthys (2013)

HITS

COMPLETE GAMES

Ind. Game: 3, twice (Last: RJ Santigate, vs. Oregon State, 6/10/13) Ind. Super Regional: 5, Blair DeBord and Tanner Witt (2013) Team Game: 13, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 30, 2013

Super Regional: ---

RUNS Ind. Game: 2, Ross Kivett (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 3, Jared King and Ross Kivett (2013) Team Game: 6, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 13, 2013

DOUBLES Ind. Game: 2, Ross Kivett (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 2, Ross Kivett (2013) Team Game: 3, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 5, 2013

TRIPLES Ind. Game: --Ind. Super Regional: --Team Game: --Team Super Regional: ---

HOME RUNS Ind. Game: 1, Jared King (6/9/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 1, Jared King (2013) Team Game: 1, vs. Oregon State (6/9/13) Team Super Regional: 1, 2013

RBI Ind. Game: 3, Tanner Witt (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 3, Jon Davis and Tanner Witt (2013) Team Game: 6, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 13, 2013

STOLEN BASES Ind. Game: 1, Jon Davis (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 1, Jon Davis (2013) Team Game: 1, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 1, 2013

WALKS Ind. Game: 3, Jared King (6/10/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 5, Jared King (2013) Team Game: 6, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 14, 2013

STRIKEOUTS Ind. Game: 3, Jon Davis (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 5, Jon Davis (2013) Team Game: 9, vs. Oregon State (6/9/13) Team Super Regional: 20, 2013

96

PITCHING/FIELDING

BATTING AVERAGE

SAVES Super Regional: ---

INNINGS PITCHED Ind. Game: 5.0, Joe Flattery (6/8/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 6.1, Jake Matthys (2013) Team Game: 10.0, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 28.0, 2013

STRIKEOUTS Ind. Game: 5, Jake Matthys (6/10/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 6, Jake Matthys (2013) Team Game: 9, vs. Oregon State (6/10/13) Team Super Regional: 19, 2013

WALKS Ind. Game: 2, twice (Last: Nate Williams, 6/10/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 3, Nate Williams (2013) Team Game: 4, vs. Oregon State (6/10/13) Team Super Regional: 9, 2013

PUTOUTS Ind. Game: 14, Shane Conlon (6/10/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 36, Shane Conlon (2013) Team Game: 30, vs. Oregon State (6/8/13) Team Super Regional: 84, 2013

ASSISTS Ind. Game: 6, Ross Kivett (6/10/13 vs. Oregon State) Ind. Super Regional: 13, Ross Kivett (2013) Team Game: 16, vs. Oregon State (6/10/13) Team Super Regional: 36, 2013

ERRORS Ind. Game: 1, four times (Last: Fisher, Santigate, 6/10/13 vs. Oregon St.) Ind. Super Regional: 2, Austin Fisher (2013) Team Game: 2, vs. Oregon State (6/10/13) Team Super Regional: 4, 2013


2009 REGIONAL

FRONT (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. BACK: 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.

2009 HOUSTON (RICE) REGIONAL RUNNER-UP Game 60: May 30, 2009 • Reckling Park • Houston, Texas

Game 59: May 29, 2009 • Reckling Park • Houston, Texas

McCambridge, 3b

Pasono, cf Kleifges, ph/cf Totals

#2 K-STATE

7

#1 RICE

8

#2 K-STATE

4

#2 K-STATE

16

#1 RICE

6

#2 K-STATE

0

#1 RICE

13

KANSAS STATE 7 (43-16-1) AB 3 1 4 1 3 1 5 4 5 3 1 4 2 1 38

R 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 8

H 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 14

RBI 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 7

R 2 0 2 3 3 2 1 2 1 0 0 16

H 0 0 2 3 5 2 1 3 1 0 0 17

RBI 0 0 2 3 5 1 0 5 0 0 0 16

Player Muenster, dh Jurica, 2b Martini, lf Bloxom, 1b King, 3b Biery, ss Cruz, rf Vaughn, c Yelovich, cf Totals

AB 3 1 4 5 5 3 5 4 4 1 4 39 IP 2.1 0.1 3.0 2.1

H 8 3 5 1

R 8 4 4 0

ER 8 4 4 0

BB 1 2 3 0

SO 0 1 1 3

Kansas State Hoge Marshall Hunter Applegate Crockett

IP 5.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

H 8 0 4 1 1

R 3 0 3 0 2

ER 3 0 3 0 2

BB 2 1 0 0 1

SO 2 0 0 0 1

000 408

300 022

Win - Hoge (6-4). Loss - Richard (4-1).

302 00X

R 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 7

H 2 1 3 1 2 2 2 0 0 13

RBI 0 0 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 7

AB 4 4 4 Gonzales-Luna, pr 0 Rendon, 3b 5 Mozingo, rf 5 Fuda, lf 5 Manuel, c 4 Sultzbaugh, cf 4 Comerota, 1b 4 Totals 39

R 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 6

H 1 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 3 1 13

RBI 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 5

Player Holt, 2b Hague, ss Seastrunk, dh

Xavier Richard Shirley Liska Koors

Score by Innings Xavier Kansas State

RICE 8 (42-16)

AB 5 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 3 36

Player Holt, 2b Hague, ss Seastrunk, c Rendon, 3b Mozingo, rf Sultzbaugh, cf Lewis, dh Rathjen, ph Buenger, ph Fuda, lf Comerota, 1b Totals

RICE 6 (40-16)

KANSAS STATE 16 (42-16-1) Player Muenster, dh Giller, ph Jurica, 2b Martini, lf Bloxom, 1b King, 3b Biery, ss Cruz, rf Vaughn, c Dellasega, c Yelovich, cf Totals

Game 62: June 1, 2009 • Reckling Park • Houston, Texas

8

XAVIER 8 (38-20) Player O'Conner, c Bellamy, ph/c Schmidt, 2b Bauer, ph/2b Lindgren, rf Farrell, ph/rf Thomas, 1b Conley, ss Freking, dh Brown, lf Bonnikson, ph

Game 61: May 31, 2009 • Reckling Park • Houston, Texas

#3 XAVIER

R H E 8 14 1 14 18 1

Player Muenster, dh Jurica, 2b Martini, lf Bloxom, 1b King, 3b Biery, ss Cruz, rf Vaughn, c Yelovich, cf Totals

IP 9.0

H 13

R 6

ER 5

BB 2

SO 2

Rice Berry Evers Rogers

IP 8.0 0.2 0.1

H 11 2 0

R 4 3 0

ER 3 3 0

BB 0 0 0

SO 6 1 0

011 210

001 000

Win - Morris (14-1). Loss - Berry (7-1).

013 003

R 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 8

H 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 11

RBI 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 8

Player Muenster, dh/lf Jurica, 2b/ss Masters, ph Martini, lf/cf Bloxom, 1b Giller, 1b King, 3b Biery, ss Brown, 2b Cruz, rf Kindel, rf Vaughn, c Dellasega, c Yelovich, cf Totals

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RICE 13 (43-16)

KANSAS STATE 0 (43-17-1)

Kansas State Morris

Score by Innings Kansas State Rice

KANSAS STATE 4 (43-18-1) AB 4 5 4 3 4 3 2 1 1 4 2 33

R H E 7 13 3 6 13 1

AB 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 28

Player Holt, 2b Hague, ss Seastrunk, c Rendon, 3b Sultzbaugh, cf Fuda, lf Mozingo, rf Lewis, ph/rf Comerota, 1b Rathjen, dh Buenger, ph/dh

Rice Wall

IP 9.0

H 3

R 0

ER 0

BB 1

SO 4

Kansas State Vogel Marshall Rooke Applegate Daniel

IP 4.1 0.2 1.0 1.0 2.0

H 6 2 0 0 3

R 3 2 0 0 3

ER 3 2 0 0 3

BB 3 1 1 0 1

SO 0 0 0 0 0

Score by Innings Rice Kansas State

000 000

140 000

Win - Wall (7-5). Loss - Vogel (4-2).

030 000

R H E 8 11 1 0 3 1

Gonzales-Luna, pr/dh

Totals

AB 5 3 1 4 4 0 4 4 0 1 0 4 0 4 34

R 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

H 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

RBI 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

AB 6 5 4 5 4 4 1 2 5 1 2 1 40

R 2 2 1 1 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 0 13

H 3 3 1 3 0 4 0 1 4 0 1 0 20

RBI 1 3 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 12

Kansas State Rooke Allen Hoge Applegate Bahramzadeh Crockett

IP 3.0 1.0 0.1 2.2 0.1 0.2

H 4 6 3 3 4 0

R 4 5 1 1 2 0

ER 4 5 1 1 2 0

BB 3 0 0 0 0 0

SO 2 1 0 1

Rice Haynes Reckling Rogers Berry

IP 2.2 4.0 0.1 2.0

H 3 3 1 0

R 2 2 0 0

ER 2 0 0 0

BB 0 1 1 0

SO 1 3 1 0

Score by Innings Kansas State Rice

011 200

000 620

200 12X

1

R H E 4 7 2 13 20 2

Win - Reckling (2-2). Loss - Rooke (5-2).

97


2010 REGIONAL

FRONT (L to R): Tyler Giannonatti, Chase Graskewicz, Ryan Moore, Tanner Witt, Tyler Sturges, Blair DeBord, Brad Clement. SECOND: Nick Cocking, Carter Jurica, Jake Brown, Adam Muenster, Ryan Daniel, Nick Martini, Matt Applegate, Thomas Rooke, Jason King. THIRD: Strength Coach Scott Bird, Graduate Manager Matt Ueckert, Assistant Coach Andy Sawyers, Head Coach Brad Hill, Assistant Coach Sean McCann, Volunteer Assistant Coach Anthony Everman, Graduate Manager Matt Plante, Athletic Trainer Craig Tweedy, Director of Baseball Operations Justin Tadtman. BACK: James Allen, Evan Marshall, Jake Doller, Robert Hawkins, Kyle Hunter, Justin Lindsey, Mike Kindel, Matt Giller, Kayvon Bahramzadeh, Daniel Dellasega, Kent Urban.

2010 FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL PARTICIPANT Game 57: June 4, 2010 • Baum Stadium • Fayetteville, Ark.

Game 58: June 5, 2010 • Baum Stadium • Fayetteville, Ark.

6

#3 K-STATE

9

#2 WASH. STATE

9

#2 WASH. STATE

8

#4 GRAMBLING

8

#3 K-STATE

6

KANSAS STATE 9 (37-21)

KANSAS STATE 7 (36-21) Player Muenster, 3b Jurica, ss Martini, cf/lf Dellasega, c Urban, 1b Kindel, rf DeBord, ph Applegate, pr Giller, lf Moore, cf Graskewicz, dh Brown, 2b Witt, ph/2b Totals

AB 3 5 4 4 5 4 0 0 3 1 4 3 1 37

R 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 6

H 2 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 11

RBI 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 6

Player Muenster, 3b Jurica, ss Martini, cf/lf Dellasega, c Urban, 1b Giller, lf Moore, cf Kindel, rf Graskewicz, dh Witt, 2b Brown, 2b Totals

Player Johnson, cf Claussen, ph/lf Bartlett, 2b Jones, rf Fanelli, dh Weber, 1b Peterson, 1b Jacobs, lf

AB 4 1 5 5 4 3 0 3 Kuykendall, ph/lf 1 Vucinich, ss 4 Argyropoulos, 3b 4 Ponciano, Jay c 2 Totals 36

R 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 8

H 1 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 12

Player Wolfe, ss Mazierski, 3b Barney, 2b Kletke, 1b Gill, pr Page, 1b Simmons, dh Morales, ph Roby, lf Shelby, cf Smith, c Kelley, rf Totals

RBI 1 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 8

Kansas State Hunter Marshall Allen

IP 6.1 0.2 1.0

H 8 2 2

R 5 1 2

ER 4 1 2

BB 1 0 1

SO 6 0 1

Washington St. Arnold Shewey Lambert Conley

IP 5.2 2.0 0.1 1.0

H 8 3 0 0

R 4 2 0 0

ER 4 1 0 0

BB 2 1 0 1

SO 4 0 1 2

000 000

103 120

200 32X

R H E 6 11 1 8 12 2

Win - Lambert (5-1). Loss - Allen (5-1). Save - Conley (12).

98

WASHINGTON STATE 9 (36-21)

AB 5 4 4 5 4 5 0 4 4 3 0 38

R 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 9

H 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 14

RBI 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 9

R 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 8

H 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 1 13

RBI 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 8

Player Kuykendall, cf Bartlett, 2b Jones, rf Fanelli, dh Weber, 3b Jacobs, lf Claussen, ph/lf Peterson, 1b Vucinich, ss Ponciano, Jay c Totals

AB 5 5 5 3 0 1 3 1 4 3 4 4 38

Player Muenster, 3b Jurica, ss Martini, cf/lf Dellasega, c Urban, 1b/rf Kindel, rf Moore, ph/cf Giller, lf/1b Graskewicz, dh Applegate, pr Brown, 2b Witt, ph/2b Totals

Kansas State Bahramzadeh Giannonatti Sturges Allen

IP 6.1 0.2 0.0 2.0

H 7 2 1 3

R 5 1 2 0

ER 5 1 2 0

BB 0 0 0 0

SO 3 0 0 3

Grambling State Turner Brown Breaux Bautista

IP 5.0 2.0 1.0 1.0

H 12 1 1 0

R 9 0 0 0

ER 8 0 0 0

BB 4 0 0 1

SO 2 1 1 1

Score by Innings Kansas State Grambling State

121 010

AB 5 4 5 5 4 2 2 3 4 4 38

R 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 9

H 3 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 12

RBI 2 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 9

R 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

H 0 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 11

RBI 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6

KANSAS STATE 6 (37-22)

GRAMBLING STATE 8 (22-32)

WASHINGTON STATE 8 (35-20)

Score by Innings Kansas State Washington St.

Game 59: June 6, 2010 • Baum Stadium • Fayetteville, Ark.

#3 K-STATE

140 001

000 420

R H E 9 14 0 8 13 1

Win - Bahramzadeh (2-3). Loss - Turner (5-6). Save - Allen (9).

AB 3 5 4 5 4 2 2 4 4 0 3 1 37

Washington St. Wise Ochoa Ratigan Shewey Harvey

IP 2.2 4.1 0.1 0.1 1.1

H 7 2 1 0 1

R 6 0 0 0 0

ER 6 0 0 0 0

BB 2 0 0 1 1

SO 4 4 0 1 0

Kansas State Lindsey Rooke Marshall

IP 5.0 0.2 3.1

H 8 2 2

R 7 2 0

ER 7 2 0

BB 1 1 0

SO 6 0 3

Score by Innings Washington St. Kansas State

010 204

026 000

000 000

R H E 9 12 2 6 11 0

Win - Ochoa (2-2). Loss - Lindsey (4-4). Save - Harvey (3).


2011 REGIONAL

FRONT (L to R): Blake Freeman, Mitch Meyer, Johnny Fasola, Shane Conlon, Adam Sonabend, Ross Kivett, Jared Moore. SECOND: Chase Graskewicz, Ryan Moore, Nick Martini, Dan Klein, Tanner Witt, Jake Brown, Matt Applegate, Wade Hinkle, Blair Debord. THIRD: Director of Operations Justin Tadtman, Graduate Manager Brad Hutt, Assistant Coach Josh Reynolds, Head Coach Brad Hill, Associate Head Coach John Szefc, Assistant Coach Rob Vaughn, Manager Dusty Hess, Strength Coach Scott Bird. BACK: Gerardo Esquivel, Jake Doller, Justin Lindsey, Evan Marshall, James Allen, Kyle Hunter, Mike Kindel, Kayvon Bahramzadeh, Jason King, Matt Giller, Kent Urban.

2011 FULLERTON REGIONAL PARTICIPANT Game 61: June 4, 2011 • Goodwin Field • Fullerton, Calif.

Game 60: June 3, 2011 • Goodwin Field • Fullerton, Calif.

#3 K-STATE

3

#4 ILLINOIS

5

#2 STANFORD

10

#2 K-STATE

3

ILLINOIS 5 (29-26)

KANSAS STATE 3 (36-24) Player Kivett, dh/2b Urban, lf Martini, cf King, Jas. 3b Hinkle, 1b Giller, ph Kindel, rf Meyer, ph Witt, ss Klein, c Brown, 2b King, Jar. ph Totals

AB 3 4 3 4 3 1 3 1 4 3 2 1 32

R 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

H 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7

RBI 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

R 0 2 0 1 3 0 2 0 1 1 10

H 1 2 0 1 2 2 4 0 2 2 16

RBI 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 2 1 9

Player Cappetta, 2b Parr, dh Davis, c Hohl, 3b McMurray, lf Dittman, 1b Argo, cf Hendrickson, rf Parr, Josh ss Totals

AB 5 4 0 5 4 5 5 4 5 4 41

Player Kivett, 2b Urban, lf Martini, cf King, 3b Hinkle, 1b Moore, pr Kindel, rf King, dh Klein, c Brown, ss Totals

Kansas State Hunter Lindsey Doller Fasola

IP 4.0 2.0 1.0 1.0

H 8 4 2 2

R 5 3 2 0

ER 5 1 0 0

BB 0 0 0 0

SO 2 0 0 0

Stanford Appel

IP 9.0

H 7

R 3

ER 3

BB 0

SO 8

Score by Innings Kansas State Stanford

000 012

100 032

020 20X

R 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 5

H 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 12

RBI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 5

R 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3

H 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 7

RBI 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

KANSAS STATE 3 (36-25)

STANFORD 10 (33-20) Player Jones, c Clowe, dh Diekroeger, ph Gaffney, lf Piscotty, 3b Ragira, 1b Kauppila, 2b Wilson, rf Diekroeger, ss Stewart, Jake cf Totals

AB 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 34

R H E 3 7 5 10 16 0

AB 4 3 3 4 4 0 4 3 3 3 31

Illinois Anderson Pack

IP 8.0 1.0

H 7 0

R 3 0

ER 1 0

BB 1 0

SO 3 0

Kansas State Applegate Esquivel Marshall

IP 3.2 2.1 3.0

H 7 3 2

R 5 0 0

ER 5 0 0

BB 1 0 1

SO 1 2 5

Score by Innings Illinois Kansas State

002 010

300 020

000 000

R H E 5 12 2 3 7 1

Win - Anderson (8-6). Loss - Applegate (5-5).

Win - Appel (6-6). Loss - Hunter (5-5).

99


2013 REGIONAL

The 2013 Kansas State Wildcats produced the program’s first conference championship in 80 years as they went 16-8 in Big 12 play. The Wildcats went on to secure the school’s first NCAA Regional host site selection and swept the regional to advance to the school’s first Super Regional appearance.

2013 MANHATTAN REGIONAL CHAMPIONS Game 59: May 31, 2013 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

Game 60: June 1, 2013 • Tointon Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

11

#1 K-STATE

7

#1 K-STATE

4

#1 K-STATE

20

#3 BRYANT

1

#2 ARKANSAS

3

WICHITA STATE 11 (39-27) Player Dearman, 2b Bayliff, rf Kihle, pr/rf Baker, c Zimmerman, c Gillaspie, 1b Coy, dh Haddox, rf Mucha, lf Green, cf Bobbit, ph Harbutz, 3b/ss Parker, ss Doggett, ph Kirk, 3b Totals

KANSAS STATE 7 (43-17)

AB 4 3 0 5 0 4 4 0 5 4 1 4 3 1 1 39

R 1 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 11

H 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 12

RBI 1 0 0 0

R 4 0 4 0 1 2 0 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 20

H 4 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 3 0 19

RBI 4 0 1 0 0 1

Player Kivett, 2b Witt, lf Conlon, 1b King, cf Fisher, ss Davis, rf Meyer, dh Miles, ph Dalrymple, pr DeBord, c Santigate, 3b Totals

3 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 9

AB 5 0 5 0 3 2 0 3 5 5 0 5 4 1 38

Player MOUNTFORD, rf ZAROZNY, lf CLAIRE, 2b BROWN, 3b MULLEN, dh ANDERSON, cf ST. GEORGE, 2b/lf MUSCATELLO, ss RINN, 1b SCOTT, c ZANOTTA, ph Totals

4 3 2 0 0 3 0 18

Wichita State Elam Minnis Beringer McGreevy Mateychick Sanders Kihle

IP 0.1 0.1 1.1 1.1 2.0 2.0 0.2

H 4 3 1 3 1 7 0

R 6 3 1 2 3 5 0

ER 6 3 1 2 3 5 0

BB 1 1 3 0 3 1 0

SO 1 0 2 0 1 1 0

Kansas State MaVorhis Moore Witcig Wivinis Busch

IP 2.0 2.1 1.2 1.0 2.0

H 4 4 1 0 3

R 4 2 1 0 4

ER 4 2 1 0 2

BB 3 0 1 0 1

SO 1 4 0 0 1

Score by Innings Wichita State Kansas State

202 902

021 113

Win - Moore (4-0). Loss - Elam (7-5).

100

022 22X

KANSAS STATE 4 (44-17)

AB 5 4 4 4 3 4 3 1 0 3 3 34

R 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 7

H 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 8

RBI 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

H 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 8

RBI 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Player Kivett, 2b Witt, lf Conlon, 1b King, cf Fisher, ss Davis, rf Speer, rf DeBord, c Santigate, 3b Miles, dh Meyer, ph/dh Totals

BRYANT 1 (45-17-1)

KANSAS STATE 20 (42-17) Player Kivett, 2b Wodtke, 2b Witt, lf Speer, lf Conlon, 1b King, cf Dalrymple, cf Davis, rf Meyer, dh DeBord, c Bee, pr/c Santigate, 3b Fisher, ss Miles, pr/ss Totals

Game 61: June 2, 2013 • Tointoin Family Stadium • Manhattan, Kan.

#4 WICHITA STATE

R H E 11 12 1 20 19 1

AB 5 1 2 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 0 33

Player Serrano, dh Morris, pr Ficociello, 2b Anderson, lf Spoon, rf Fisher, 1b Vinson, cf Mahan, 3b McAfee, ss Ramirez, c Schwanke, ph Totals

IP 5.0 1.2 2.1

H 7 1 0

R 1 0 0

ER 1 0 0

BB 1 2 0

SO 3 1 2

Bryant SCHLITTER HEALY HAYWARD

IP 5.1 3.0 0.2

H 4 4 0

R 3 4 0

ER 2 2 0

BB 0 1 0

SO 6 1 0

100 100

004 000

002 000

R 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

H 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 7

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2

R 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

H 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 8

RBI 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

ARKANSAS 3 (39-22)

Kansas State Flattery Williams Matthys

Score by Innings Kansas State Bryant

AB 2 4 4 3 3 4 0 4 4 0 2 30

R H E 7 8 0 1 8 2

Win - Flattery (5-4). Loss - Schlitter (10-4). Save - Matthys (8).

AB 5 0 5 2 3 4 4 4 4 2 1 34

Kansas State McFadden Esquivel Williams Matthys

IP 1.2 4.1 1.0 2.0

H 5 1 0 2

R 3 0 0 0

ER 3 0 0 0

BB 1 0 1 0

SO 2 1 0 1

Arkansas Wright Daniel Gunn Beeks Suggs

IP 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0

H 2 2 2 1 0

R 0 2 2 0 0

ER 0 1 2 0 0

BB 2 2 2 1 0

SO 1 0 1 2 1

Score by Innings Kansas State Arkansas

000 300

200 000

200 000

R H E 4 7 1 3 8 1

Win - Esquivel (2-2). Loss - Gunn (1-1). Save - Matthys (9).


2013 SUPER REGIONAL

FRONT (L to R): Zach Vasek, Josh Smith, Lance Miles, Alex Bee, Jake Matthys, Jon Davis, Matt Wivinis, Jake Wodtke, Cole Davis. SECOND: Gerardo Esquivel, Ross Kivett, Tanner Witt, Jared King, Hayden Nixon, Landon Busch, Blair DeBord, Shane Conlon, Blake McFadden, Austin Fisher, Jared Moore. THIRD: Director of Operations Justin Tadtman, Graduate Manager Drew Biery, Student Assistant Coach Trevor Hurley, Assistant Coach Mike Clement, Head Coach Brad Hill, Assistant Coach Josh reynolds, Assistant Coach Blake Kangas, Strength Coach Ben Fleming, Trainer Brian Bobier. BACK: Levi MaVorhis, Clayton Dalrymple, Kyle Speer, RJ Santigate, Jordan Witcig, Joe Flattery, Jake Doller, Mitch Meyer, Nate Williams.

2013 CORVALLIS SUPER REGIONAL RUNNER-UP Game 63: June 9, 2013 • Goss Stadium • Corvallis, Ore.

Game 62: June 8, 2013 • Goss Stadium • Corvallis, Ore.

6

#3 OREGON STATE

12

#3 OREGON STATE

4

#3 OREGON STATE

2

#13 K-STATE

4

#13 K-STATE

3

OREGON STATE 12 (49-11)

KANSAS STATE 6 (45-17) Player Kivett, 2b Witt, lf Conlon, 1b King, cf Fisher, ss Davis, rf DeBord, c Santigate, 3b Miles, dh Meyer, ph Totals

Game 64: June 10, 2013 • Goss Stadium • Corvallis, Ore.

#13 K-STATE (10)

AB 5 6 6 4 2 4 4 3 4 1 39

R 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 6

H 2 3 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 13

Player Smith, ss Peterson, 2b Conforto, lf Davis, rf Hayes, 1b Barnes, dh Keyes, 3b Rodriguez, c Gordon, cf Matthews, ph Hendrix, cf Totals

RBI 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 6

OREGON STATE 4 (50-11)

AB 5 6 5 6 5 5 5 5 3 1 0 46

R 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 12

H 4 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 0 1 0 21

RBI 3 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 12

Player Smith, ss Peterson, 2b Conforto, lf Davis, rf Hayes, 1b Barnes, dh Keyes, 3b Rodriguez, c Gordon, cf Totals

AB 4 5 4 3 3 4 3 3 2 31

R 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 4

H 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 6

RBI 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3

R 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

H 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 3 0 11

RBI 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3

KANSAS STATE 3 (45-19) KANSAS STATE 4 (45-18)

OREGON STATE 2 (48-11) Player Smith, ss Peterson, 2b Conforto, lf Davis, rf Barnes, dh Hayes, 1b Keyes, 3b Rodriguez, c Gordon, cf Hendrix, cf Totals

AB 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 1 34

R 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

H 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 7

RBI 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Kansas State Flattery Williams Matthys

IP 5.0 3.0 2.0

H 4 1 2

R 2 0 0

ER 2 0 0

BB 2 1 0

SO 3 2 1

Oregon State Boyd Schultz Engelbrekt Fry Child Starr

IP 7.0 0.1 0.1 1.2 0.0 0.2

H 5 1 0 4 2 1

R 1 0 0 3 2 0

ER 1 0 0 3 2 0

BB 2 0 2 0 1 1

SO 3 0 1 1 0 0

Score by Innings Kansas State Oregon State

000 000

001 200

Win - Matthys (9-1). Loss - Fry (0-1).

001 4 000 0

R H E 6 13 1 2 7 1

Player Kivett, 2b Wodtke, 2b Witt, lf Speer, lf Conlon, 1b King, cf Dalrymple, cf Fisher, ss Miles, ss Davis, rf Meyer, dh DeBord, c Bee, ph/c Santigate, 3b Totals

AB 3 1 3 1 4 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 2 4 31

R 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

H 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 6

Player Kivett, 2b Witt, lf Conlon, 1b King, cf Fisher, ss Davis, rf DeBord, c Santigate, 3b Miles, dh Totals

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4

Oregon State Moore Schultz

IP 8.0 1.0

H 6 0

R 4 0

ER 3 0

BB 3 0

SO 9 0

Kansas State McFadden MaVorhis Doller Witcig Wivinis Busch

IP 0.2 1.1 2.2 1.1 1.0 2.0

H 4 7 4 3 0 3

R 4 5 1 1 0 1

ER 4 5 1 1 0 1

BB 0 0 0 1 1 0

SO 0 1 1 0 1 1

Score by Innings Oregon State Kansas State

522 010

010 200

101 001

AB 5 5 5 1 3 4 4 4 3 34

Oregon State Wetzler Boyd

IP 7.2 1.1

H 9 2

R 3 0

ER 3 0

BB 5 0

SO 5 1

Kansas State Matthys Esquivel Williams Wivinis

IP 4.1 2.2 1.0 1.0

H 3 2 1 0

R 4 0 0 0

ER 2 0 0 0

BB 1 0 2 1

SO 5 3 0 1

Score by Innings Oregon State Kansas State

020 000

110 001

000 020

R H E 4 6 0 3 11 2

Win - Wetzler (9-1). Loss - Matthys (9-2).

R H E 12 21 1 4 6 1

Win - Moore (14-1). Loss - McFadden (6-3).

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ALL-CENTURY TEAM In celebration of 100 years of K-State Baseball in 2000, the university named 21 former players to the All-Century Baseball Team as voted on by a select group of head coaches and letterwinners. The group included five Major League players, five that received recognition to 10 All-America teams and 15 players that earned first team, second team or honorable mention honors a total of 30 times in their careers at K-State. The honorees came from nearly every decade that Kansas State fielded a baseball team, including one from each the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, six from the 1960s, four from the 1970s, four from the 1980s and four from the 1990s. The list is broken down by position with six pitchers, one catcher, seven infielders and seven outfielders. STEVE ANSON [1973-76; Mishawaka, Ind.] Four-year starter as a first baseman and outfielder for the Wildcats from 1973-76... Named first team All-Big Eight Conference as an outfielder in 1974... Ranks among KState’s Top 10 in six career categories, including at-bats (579), triples (19) and total bases (325)... Owns the career mark for triples with 19 in his four-year career... Led the team in hits and batting average each of his four seasons as a Wildcat... Posted an impressive senior year in 1976, hitting a team-high .356 in 54 games with team-bests in runs (45), hits (62), 2B (11), 3B (six) and RBI (48).

six years when he was named to the league’s first team in 1984... Ranks among K-State’s Top 10 in career batting average (.371) and home runs (24)... Also places among the school’s Top 10 in single-season batting average (.403) and RBI (62)... Led the team each of his three seasons in home runs and RBI... Turned in a nice senior season primarily as a designated hitter, leading the team in runs (27), hits (37), average (.346), RBI (41) and HR (nine).

BILL HUISMAN [1969-70; Goldfield, Iowa] Two-year starter at second base for the Wildcats from 196970... Named first team All-Big Eight Conference in both 1969 and 1970... Led the 1969 team in four categories, including hits (44), runs (32), doubles (nine) and triples (four), while he ranked second in average (.386) and home runs (four)... Dropped off offensively as a senior, but still produced a .278 batting average with 18 runs on 37 hits and 12 RBI and six doubles... Signed as a free agent by the Chicago Cubs in 1974.

SEAN COLLINS [1988-89; Venice, Calif.] ELDEN AUKER [1930-32; Norcatur, Kan.] One of the greatest athletes in Kansas State history... Played football, basketball and baseball at Kansas State in the late 1920s and early 1930s and was selected as an All-American in all three sports... Upon graduation, he had offers to play both professional football and baseball, but chose baseball where he embarked on a 10-year major league career... Played with three different teams in his major league career, including the Detroit Tigers (1933-38), Boston Red Sox (1939) and St. Louis Cardinals (1940-42)... Saw action in 333 games in his major league career with 261 starts... Compiled a 130-101 career pitching record and 4.42 ERA with 126 complete games and 594 strikeouts in 1,963.1 innings pitched... Struck out the legendary Babe Ruth on four pitches in his first visit to venerable Yankee Stadium in New York... Elected to numerous Halls of Fame, including the state of Kansas and the inaugural Kansas State Sports Hall of Fame class in 1990... Named to Sports Illustrated’s Top 50 greatest sports figures of the century in the state of Kansas... Auker passed away in Vero Beach, Fla., in 2006.

DAVID CHADD [1987-88; Wichita, Kan.] Two-year starter at first base for the Wildcats from 198788... Named second team All-America by both the American Baseball Coaches Association and Baseball America in 1988... First All-American at K-State for head coach Mike Clark... Earned first team All-Big Eight Conference honors in 1988... Owns the Kansas State career record for batting average with a .388 mark... Ranks among the school’s Top 10 in four single-season records, including batting average (.418), hits (84), runs (66) and home runs (11)... Led the team his senior season in hits (84), runs (66), average (.418), while ranking second in doubles (18) and home runs (11)... Transferred from Barton County (Kan.) Community College in 1987... Currently a scout for the Detroit Tigers... Was a 2010 inductee to the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame.

Two-year starter as a second baseman and outfielder for the Wildcats from 1988-89... Named honorable mention AllAmerica in 1989... Earned first team All-Big Eight Conference honors as an outfielder in 1989... Selected honorable mention All-Big Eight Conference in 1988 as a second baseman... Ranks fourth in career stolen bases in K-State history with 54 successful attempts, while he places ninth in career batting average with a .356 mark... Ranks third in school history in single-season stolen bases with 33 and fifth in runs with 64... His best season as a Wildcats came in 1989 when he posted a .361 batting average with a team-high 52 runs on 53 hits... Also tallied 33 RBI and a team-best seven home runs in 1989... Transferred from El Camino (Calif.) Community College in 1988... Drafted in the 13th round by the Kansas City Royals in 1989.

BILL DROEGE [1969-72; St. Louis, Mo.] Three-year starter as an outfielder for the Wildcats from 1969-72... Earned first team All-Big Eight Conference honors as a junior and senior at Kansas State in 1971 and 1972... Posted his finest season as a junior, leading the team with a .373 average as well as 30 RBI, six doubles and four triples in 1971... Ranked second on the 1971 team in hits (41), runs (24) and home runs (three)... Led the team as a senior in RBI (28) and triples (four), while he ranked second in hits (36) and runs (20)... Drafted in the eighth round by the Chicago Cubs in 1972.

Two-year starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1965-67... Ranks second in school history in career ERA with a 2.25 average... Owns the school’s single-season record for ERA with a 1.09 average in 1966... Saw action in 27 games on the mound in his K-State career with an 11-10 record and 111 strikeouts... Had a remarkable junior year in 1966, posting a 6-2 record and 1.09 ERA with 55 K in 10 games... Allowed just eight earned runs (21 total runs) and issued just 18 BB in 66.1 IP.

MATT KOEMAN [1995-96; Grand Junction, Colo.] Two-year starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1995-96... Earned first All-Big Eight Conference honors as a starting pitcher in 1995 and 1996... Named to the 1995 Big Eight Conference All-Tournament Team after tossing a one-run, three-hit complete game victory over nationally-ranked and No. 2-seeded Oklahoma State in an 8-1 Kansas State win... He struck out six Cowboy batters... Appeared in 28 games for KSU in his career with 25 starts and three complete games... Posted a strong senior campaign, compiling a 7-5 record and 4.90 ERA in 104.2 innings pitched with 84 strikeouts... Earned Big Eight Conference Pitcher of the Week honors after he tossed a two-hit complete game in a 7-1 win over defending NCAA champion Oklahoma on April 4, 1995... Led the Big Eight Conference in 1995 in strikeouts per nine innings at 10.51... Transferred from Barton County (Kan.) Community College after a one-year stint... Drafted in the 30th round by Cleveland in 1996.

DAVID HIERHOLZER [1988-90; Overland Park, Kan.]

Three-year starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1988-90... Earned first team All-Big Eight Conference honors as a starting pitcher in 1989 and 1990... Ranks fifth in school history in career strikeouts (192), eighth in wins (15) and 10th in innings pitched (217.1)... Appeared in 43 games for K-State in his career with 28 starts,13 complete games and two saves... Had an impressive senior campaign for the Wildcats in 1990, posting a 3.13 ERA and 7-5 record in 15 games with eight complete games... Led the 1990 team in game starts CARY COLBERT [1982-84; Manhattan, Kan.] (14), wins (seven), ERA (3.13), complete games (eight), inTwo-year starting catcher, outfielder, first baseman and des- nings pitched (97.1) and strikeouts (90)... Transferred from ignated hitter for the Wildcats from 1982-84... Became K- Johnson County (Kan.) Community College in 1988... Signed State’s first All-Big Eight Conference selection in more than as a free agent by the Kansas City Royals in 1990. 102

WADE JOHNSON [1965-67; Salina, Kan.]

GREG KORBE [1975-78; Hays, Kan.] Three-year starter as an outfielder for the Wildcats from 1975-78... Twice selected as a first team All-Big Eight Conference honoree in 1977 and 1978... Ranks among the school’s Top 10 in seven career categories, including at-bats (633), hits (218), runs (150), RBI (135), home runs (23) and total bases (338)... Places eighth on K-State’s single-season list for batting average with a .406 mark in 1977... Led the team in runs, hits and doubles in his junior and senior seasons... Posted an impressive junior campaign, leading the team in hits (67), runs (39), average (.406), RBI (36), dou-


ALL-CENTURY TEAM bles (16) and home runs (nine)... Drafted in the 18th round by Cincinnati in 1977 before opting to return to K-State for his senior season... Led the team in hits (57), runs (44), and doubles (eight), while ranking second in average (.348), RBI (32) and home runs (five) during his season year... Drafted in the 26th round by the New York Mets in 1978.

nesota Twins following the 1975 season... Posted his finest season in 1976 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... Posted a 424-458-1 record in 16 seasons as a head baseball coach at Iowa State University (1985-95) and at the University of Kansas (1996-2002)... Inducted into the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame in Wichita, Kan. on Jan. 17, 1998.

– all accomplished during a remarkable 1997 senior season... Also paced the 1997 team in games played (56), batting average (.409), doubles (20), triples (nine), on-base percentage (.486), slugging percentage (.764)... Ranked among the Top 10 players in the NCAA in RBI/game (1.52) and triples/game (0.14) during the 1997 season... Drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the fifth round in 1997.

SCOTT POEPARD [1994-97; Forest Lake, Minn.] Four-year starter at second base and designated hitter for the Wildcats from 1994-97... Selected three times to the allconference team... Earned first team All-Big Eight honors in 1995 and honorable all-conference accolades in 1996 as a second baseman... Selected second team All-Big 12 by the conference coaches and Dallas Morning News in 1997... Owns the Kansas State career records for at-bats (855), hits (284), RBI (204), doubles (61), home runs (37) and total bases (468)... Also owns season records for doubles (23) and home runs (16)... Named to the 1995 Big Eight Conference All-Tournament team... Finished among the team leaders in several offensive categories his senior season as his 16 home runs tied him for the team lead with teammate Heath Schesser, while his at-bat (230), hit (90), RBI (70), and total base (161) numbers were second-best single totals ever by a K-State slugger... Named the first Big 12 Player of the Week on Feb. 17 for his accomplishments at the Arlington Morning News Invitational... Also earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors on May 5, 1997... Signed as a free agent by Minnesota in 1997.

KEITH “KITE” THOMAS [1947; Kansas City, Kan.] ERNIE RECOB [1969-66; Wichita, Kan.] Three-year starter as an outfielder from 1963-66... Became K-State’s first-ever two-time first team all-conference selection when he was named to the All-Big Eight first team in 1963 and 1966... Led the team in steals as a junior and senior with 12 and 11 successful attempts in 1965 and 1966... Paced the team his senior season in at-bats (116), hits (45) and runs (21)... Drafted by the New York Yankees in 1966.

CRAIG WILSON [1989-92; Franklin Park, Ill.] PERK REITEMEIER [1950-51; Lafayette, Ind.] Three-year starter as an outfielder and pitcher for the Wildcats from 1950-51 and 1954... Led team at the plate as well as from the mound... Led the 1950 team with 65 innings pitched and 50 K’s... Paced the 1951 team in batting average (.383) and home runs (four), while he was tied for the teamlead in runs (10), hits (18), singles (12), and RBI (eight)... Posted a 4-4 record from the mound in a team-high 55.2 innings pitched with 16 walks and 35 strikeouts... Came back in 1954 to led the team in innings pitched again and also hit .356.

TED POWER [1974-76; Abilene, Kan.] Two-year starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1974-76... Second at Kansas State in single-season strikeouts with 99... Saw action in 21 games in his K-State career with 19 starts and 12 complete games... Posted a 10-8 career pitching record in 117.1 innings pitched with 148 strikeouts... Rebounded from an injury-plagued junior season for a solid senior campaign in 1976... Compiled a 6-5 pitching record and 2.34 ERA in 73.0 innings pitched his senior year in 11 starts with eight complete games... Played for eight different teams in his 13-year major league career, including Los Angeles (1981-82), Cincinnati (1983-87; 1991), Kansas City (1988), Detroit (1988), St. Louis (1989), Pittsburgh (1990), Cleveland (1992-93) and Cleveland (1993)... Led the National League with 78 appearances in 1984... Spent the 1990 season helping Pittsburgh to the National League Championship Series in 1990 and starting the sixth game.

ANDY REPLOGLE [1973-75; Fort Wayne, Ind.] Three-year starting pitcher for the Wildcats from 1973-75... Named second team All-America in 1973... Selected to the first team All-Big Eight Conference team in both 1973 and 1974 as a starting pitcher... Holds Kansas State career records for pitching wins (25) and strikeouts (223)... Ranks eighth in school history with 234.1 innings pitched... Set and then tied the K-State single-season mark for pitching wins with nine in both 1974 and 1975... Compiled a 25-10 career pitching mark and 3.14 ERA in 40 games as a Wildcat with 35 starts and 25 complete games... Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1975, he made his major league debut with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1978... In his rookie season, he posted a 9-5 record and a 3.75 ERA... He earned his first major league victory on April 16, 1978 versus Baltimore as he allowed two runs in 5.2 innings pitched.

BOBBY RANDALL [1968-69; Gove, Kan.] Two-year starter at shortstop for the Wildcats from 196869... Ranks third in school history in career batting average with a .371 average... Selected in the fourth round of the secondary phase of the 1968 drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers after a stellar sophomore season at Kansas State when he hit .310.... However, he opted to continue his collegiate career... As a junior in 1969, he led the Wildcats with a .394 batting average and earned first team All-Big Eight honors... Following his junior campaign, he was once again drafted by the Dodgers this time in the second round of the draft’s secondary phase... Randall played in the Dodgers’ organization for six seasons before being traded to the Min-

One-year starter as an outfielder for the Wildcats in 1947... Very little is known of Thomas’ career at Kansas State due to limited record keeping at the time... Played major league ball for the Philadelphia Athletics (1952-53) and Washington Senators (1953)... Posted a .250 batting average in 75 games in 1952 with 24 runs on 29 hits and 18 RBI... Passed away on Jan. 7, 1995 in Rocky Mount, N.C.

HEATH SCHESSER [1995-97; Manhattan, Kan.]

Regarded as one of the best players to ever wear the uniform at Kansas State... Four-year starter at second base and shortstop for the Wildcats from 1989-92... Became K-State’s first consensus All-American when he was named to the Baseball America first team in 1992... Also named to Baseball America’s third team in 1991... Honored as an All-American by Collegiate Baseball (second team) in 1992... Became the first Kansas State player to be named conference Player of the Year when he was named the Big Eight Player of the Year in 1992... Member of the 1992 U.S Olympic Baseball Team... Member of the 1991 U.S. Pan American Baseball Team... One of only three players in school history to be named to the all-conference team three times... Honored as a first team All-Big Eight selection in 1991 and 1992 after earning second team all-league honors in 1990... Ranks among K-State’s top five in six career categories, including placing second in hits (282), runs scored (181), doubles (58) and triples (15), and third in at-bats (809) and RBI (176).

JACK WOOLSEY [1967-69; Kansas City, Kan.] Three-year starter as a center fielder for the Wildcats from 1967-69... Became K-State’s second two-time first team All-Big Eight Conference selection with back-to-back honors in 1967 and 1968... Tied for third on the school’s career list for triples with 14... Led the team in hits, RBI, triples and home runs in his sophomore and junior seasons... His best season as a Wildcat came in 1968 when he led the team in hits (37), RBI (33), triples (seven) and home runs (eight), while tallying a .339 average... Still the highest drafted player in K-State history when he was taken in the second round of the 1969 draft by the San Francisco Giants.

Three-year starter at shortstop for the Wildcats from 199597... Named third team All-America by the American Baseball Coaches Association and by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers in 1997... Became K-State’s first All-Big 12 Conference selection when he was named to the first team in 1997... Selected honorable mention All-Big Eight Conference in 1996... Ranks among K-State’s Top 10 in seven career categories, including hits (215), runs (163), RBI (170), doubles (45), triples (12), home runs (22) and total bases (350)... Owns the school single-season marks for hits (97), runs (70), RBI (85), home runs (16) and total bases (181) 103


RECORD BOOK

TOP 10 TEAMS BATTING AVERAGE 1. .339 ..........................................1988 2. .326 ..........................................1997 3. .323 ..........................................2010 4. .322 ..........................................2013 5. .317 ..........................................2009 6. .314 ..........................................2002 .314 ..........................................2006 8. .313 ..........................................1982 9. .310 ..........................................1991 10. .309 ..........................................2005 RUNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

564 ............................................1988 527 ............................................1997 460 ............................................1996 458 ............................................2009 448 ............................................2010 437 ............................................1991 429 ............................................1995 428 ............................................2005 418 ............................................1982 416 ............................................2002

RUNS PER GAME 1. 9.7 ............................................1988 2. 9.4 ............................................1997 3. 8.5 ............................................1996 4. 8.1 ............................................1995 5. 7.8 ............................................2005 6. 7.3 ............................................2010 7.6 ............................................2002 8. 7.4 ............................................2009 9. 7.3 ............................................1982 7.3 ............................................1991 RUNS BATTED IN 1. 477 ............................................1997 2. 476 ............................................1988 3. 420 ............................................2009 4. 414 ............................................2010 5. 407 ............................................1996 6. 388 ............................................2005 7. 387 ............................................1995 8. 381 ............................................1982 9. 377 ............................................1991 10. 369 ............................................2002 HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

708............................................2013 675 ............................................2009 669 ............................................1997 655 ............................................2010 648 ............................................1988 629 ............................................2002 593 ............................................2005 577 ............................................1991 573 ............................................1999 572 ............................................1996

DOUBLES 1. 145 ............................................1997 2. 126 ............................................1988 3. 123 ............................................1992 123 ............................................1998 123 ............................................2009 6. 122 ............................................2010 7. 120 ............................................2005 8. 119 ............................................1996 9. 115............................................2013 10. 111 ............................................2002

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GAMES PLAYED Career 1. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 2. Brian Culp (1990-93) 3. Tanner Witt (2010-13) 4. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 5. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 6. David Hendrix (1993-96) Pat Maloney (2000-03) 8. Chris Hess (1993-96) 9. Jake Brown (2009-12) 10. Scott Poepard (1994-97) Season 1. Ross Kivett (2013) 2. Shane Conlon (2013) Jon Davis (2013) Tanner Witt (2013) 5. Justin Bloxom (2009) Carter Jurica (2009) Nick Martini (2009) Jordan Cruz (2009) Jason King (2009) Dane Yelovich (2009)

250 212 211 210 209 199 199 193 188 187

64 63 63 63 62 62 62 62 62 62

GAMES STARTED Career (Since 1989) 1. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 2. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 3. Brian Culp (1990-93) 4. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 5. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 6. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 7. Dave Hendrix (1993-96) 8. Tanner Witt (2010-13) 9. Nick Martini (2009-11) 10. Chris Hess (1993-96) Season 1. Ross Kivett (2013) 2. Shane Conlon (2013) Jon Davis (2013) Tanner Witt (2013) 5. Justin Bloxom (2009) Carter Jurica (2009) Jordan Cruz (2009) Jason King (2009) Dane Yelovich (2009) 10. Jason King (2011) Nick Martini (2011) Nick Martini (2009)

236 212 210 208 196 192 186 185 181 177

64 63 63 63 62 62 62 62 62 61 61 61

AT-BATS Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 3. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 4. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 5. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 6. Brian Culp (1990-93) 7. Tanner Witt (2010-13) 8. David Hendrix (1993-96) 9. Chris Hess (1993-96) 10. Nick Martini (2009-11)

855 836 809 755 749 720 718 712 698 684

Season 1. Ross Kivett (2013) Tanner Witt (2013) 3. Shane Conlon (2013) 4. Adam Muenster (2010) Jason King (2009)

261 261 249 247 247

6. 7. 8. 10.

Justin Bloxom (2009) Carter Jurica (2009) Carter Jurica (2010) Heath Schesser (1997) Nick Martini (2009)

244 238 237 237 232

Game 9, Yancy Ayres vs. CS-North (4/17/98 at Manhattan)

BATTING AVERAGE Career (Minimum 200 at-bats & 2 years) 1. David Chadd (1987-88) 2. Cary Colbert (1982-84) Joe Goedert (1981-82) Bobby Randall (1968-69) 5. Glynn Perry (1980-82) 6. Jeff Tuttle (1986-87) 7. Nick Martini (2009-11) 8. Barrett Rice (2005-06) 9. Sean Collins (1988-89) 10. Pat Maloney (2000-03)

.388 .371 .371 .371 .370 .362 .360 .359 .356 .354

Season (Minimum 75 at-bats) 1. Kasey Weishaar (1999) 2. Otto Kaifes (1985) 3. David Chadd (1988) 4. Tom Wheeler (1968) 5. Nick Martini (2010) Craig Wilson (1992) 7. Heath Schesser (1997) 8. Greg Korbe (1977) 9. Cary Colbert (1983) 10. Joe Goedert (1981)

.429 .424 .418 .417 .416 .416 .409 .406 .403 .400

RUNS SCORED Career 1. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 2. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 3. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 4. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 5. Chris Hess (1993-96) 6. Brian Culp (1990-93) 7. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 8. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 9. David Hendrix (1993-96) 10. Nick Martini (2009-11)

189 181 180 178 168 167 163 161 153 151

Season 1. Heath Schesser (1997) 2. Pat Maloney (2002) David Chadd (1988) 4. Adam Muenster (2010) 5. Sean Collins (1988) 6. Chris Hess (1995) Jim Donohue (1988) 8. Carter Jurica (2010) Carter Jurica (2009) Scott Spangenberg (1988)

70 66 66 65 64 63 63 61 61 61

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Brian Culp (1990-93) Nick Martini (2009-11) Adam Muenster (2007-10) Chris Hess (1993-96) Greg Korbe (1975-78) Heath Schesser (1995-97)

Season 1. Heath Schesser (1997) 2. Nick Martini (2010) 3. Ross Kivett (2013) Adam Muenster (2010) 5. Scott Poepard (1997) 6. Tanner Witt (2013) Justin Bloxom (2009) Pat Maloney (2002) Craig Wilson (1991) 10. Craig Wilson (1992)

EXTRA-BASE HITS Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Craig Wilson (1989-92) 4. David Hendrix (1993-96) 5. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 6. Brian Culp (1990-93) 7. Jason King (2008-09, 2011) 8. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 9. Jared King (2011-13) 10. Mark English (1998-2001)

94 94 94 85 84 83 81 79 73 72

Season 1. Heath Schesser (1997) 2. Scott Poepard (1997) 3. Jason King (2011) 4. Carter Jurica (2010) Todd Fereday (1995) Joe Goedert (1982) 7. Justin Bloxom (2009) 8. Todd Fereday (1997) 9. Pat Maloney (2002) Mark English (2000) Yancy Ayres (1998) Craig Wilson (1992)

44 37 35 33 33 33 32 31 30 30 30 30

LONGEST HIT STREAKS 1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

Nick Martini (2010) Adam Muenster (2010) Chris Hess (1995-96) Otto Kaifes (1987) Pat Maloney (2001) Austin Fisher (2013) Adam Muenster (2008) Brandon Farr (2006) Matt Miller (1994) Terry Blunt (2005) J.D. Loudabarger (2001) Scott McFall (1992)

10.

HITS

SINGLES 284 282 273 265

97 96 94 94 90 88 88 88 88 87

Game 6, Three Players (most recent) Jake Brown vs. Hartford (3/10/2012 in Manhattan)

Game 5, Nine Players (most recent) Mike Kindel vs. W. Michigan (3/2/10 at Winter Haven, Fla.)

Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 3. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 4. Pat Maloney (2000-03)

248 246 239 219 218 215

Career 1. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 2. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 3. Pat Maloney (2002-03) 4. Scott Poepard (1994-97)

26 25 25 24 20 18 18 18 18 17 17 17

188 183 181 180


RECORD BOOK 5. 7. 8. 10.

Tanner Witt (2010-13) Todd Fereday (1994-97) Nick Martini (2009-11) Ross Kivett (2011-13) Brian Culp (1990-93) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) Chris Hess (1993-96)

Season 1. Tanner Witt (2013) 2. Ross Kivett (2013) 3. Nick Martini (2010) Adam Muenster (2010) 5. RJ Santigate (2013) 6. Ty Soto (2002) 7. Shane Conlon (2013) Carter Jurica (2009) Kasey Weishaar (1999) Chris Hess (1995)

179 179 178 165 165 157 157

76 72 71 69 66 63 62 62 62 62

DOUBLES Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 3. David Hendrix (1993-95) 4. Nick Martini (2009-11) Todd Fereday (1994-97) 6. Jason King (2008-09, 2011) Brian Culp (1990-93) 8. Heath Schesser (1995-97) Chris Hess (1993-96) 10. Adam Muenster (2007-10) Season 1. Scott Poepard (1995) 2. Jim Donohue (1988) 3. Adam Muenster (2010) 4. Austin Fisher (2013) Heath Schesser (1997) Heath Schesser (1996) Joe Goedert (1982) 8. Jason King (2011) Daniel Dellasega (2010) Steve Murphy (2005) Yancy Ayres (1998) Scott Poepard (1997)

61 58 57 49 49 48 48 45 45 44

23 22 21 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 19 19

8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

* Tied for the most in the nation in 1981

Game 2, Seven Players (most recent) Ross Kivett vs. Creighton (4/30/2013 at Omaha, Neb.,)

HOME RUNS Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Pat Maloney (2002-03) 3. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 4. David Hendrix (1993-96) 5. Mark English (1998-2001) Brian Culp (1990-93) 7. Otto Kaifes (1984-87) 8. Cary Colbert (1982-84) 9. Greg Korbe (1975-78) 10. Jared King (2011-13) Jason King (2008-09, 2011) Heath Schesser (1995-97)

37 36 32 30 29 29 28 24 23 22 22 22

Season 1. Scott Poepard (1997) Heath Schesser (1997) 3. Rob Holder (1980) 4. Carter Jurica (2010) Mark English (2000) 6. Justin Bloxom (2009) Jared Goedert (2006) David Hendrix (1994) Brian Culp (1993) Jeff Hulse (1988) Jim Donohue (1988) Jeff Tuttle (1987)

16 16 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RUNS BATTED IN

TRIPLES

Season 1. Antonio Triplett (1981) 2. Joe Goedert (1982) 3. Heath Schesser (1997)

7.

Jeff Moore (1977) Garrett Bell (1997) Jack Woolsey (1968) Jason King (2011) Todd Fereday (1997) Scott Graves (1985) Don Grause (1981) Jeff Sherrer (1979) Steve Anson (1976) Steve Anson (1974) Stu Steele (1966)

Game 3, Four Players (most recent) Jared Goedert vs. S. Dakota St. (5/16/06 at Sioux Falls, SD)

Game 3, Nine Times (most recent) Drew Biery vs. Texas Tech (5/10/09 at Manhattan, Kan.)

Career 1. Steve Anson (1973-76) 2. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 3. Glynn Perry (1980-82) Jack Woolsey (1967-69) 5. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 6. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 7. Jason King (2008-09, 2011) Antonio Triplett (1981) Stu Steele (1963-65) 10. Ross Kivett (2011-13) Nick Martini (2009-11) Joe Goedert (1981-82) Jeff Moore (1976-78)

5.

19 15 14 14 13 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

11* 10 8

Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 3. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 4. Brian Culp (1990-93) 5. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 6. Otto Kaifes (1984-87) 7. David Hendrix (1993-96) 8. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 9. Nick Martini (2009-11) 10. Jason King (2008-09, 2011) Season 1. Heath Schesser (1997) 2. Scott Poepard (1997) 3. Carter Jurica (2010) 4. Jeff Hulse (1988) 5. Justin Bloxom (2009) 6. Craig Wilson (1992) Jim Donohue (1988)

204 200 176 175 170 164 163 160 153 151

85 70 69 65 63 62 62

9. 10.

Cary Colbert (1982) Jason King (2009) Jason King (2011) Nick Martini (2010)

62 61 59 59

Game 10, Bill Barnard vs. Iowa State (5/1/88 at Manhattan, Kan.)

TOTAL BASES Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 3. Craig Wilson (1982-92) 4. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 5. Brian Culp (1990-93) 6. David Hendrix (1993-96) 7. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 8. Nick Martini (2009-11) 9. Jason King (2008-09, 2011) 10. Greg Korbe (1975-78)

468 444 433 429 395 363 350 342 341 338

Season 1. Heath Schesser (1997) 2. Scott Poepard (1997) 3. Carter Jurica (2010) Justin Bloxom (2009) 5. Pat Maloney (2002) 6. Craig Wilson (1991) 7. Craig Wilson (1992) 8. Jason King (2011) 9. David Chadd (1988) 10. Nick Martini (2010)

181 161 148 148 143 140 138 136 135 133

Game 15, Bill Barnard vs. Iowa State (5/1/88 at Manhattan, Kan.)

STRIKEOUTS Career 1. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 2. Pat Maloney (2000-03) 3. Mike Kindel (2009-12) Brad Rippelmeyer (1989-91) 5. Tim Decker (1993-95) 6. David Hendrix (1993-96) 7. Byron Wiley (2006-08) 8. Quinn Cravens (1998-99) 9. Jake Brown (2009-12) 10. J.D. Loudabarger (1997-2001) Justin Bloxom (2007-09) Season 1. Quinn Cravens (1999) 2. Mike Kindel (2010) Quinn Cravens (1998) 4. Nate Tenbrink (2008) 5. Matt Giller (2010) Glynn Perry (1981) 7. Mike Kindel (2011) Garrett Bell (1997) 9. Byron Wiley (2008) Tim Decker (1995) Brad Rippelmeyer (1990)

164 155 145 140 135 133 128 125 119 118 118

67 58 58 56 53 53 52 52 51 51 51

TOP 10 TEAMS TRIPLES 1. 38 ..............................................1982 2. 30 ..............................................1997 3. 28..............................................2013 4. 27 ..............................................1991 5. 26 ..............................................1981 6. 24 ..............................................1985 7. 23 ..............................................1977 8. 22 ..............................................2009 9. 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. 123 ............................................2011 4. 120 ............................................2010 5. 110 ............................................1989 6. 105 ............................................2008 7. 104 ............................................2012 8. 100 ............................................1995 9. 99..............................................2013 10. 98 ..............................................1986 TOTAL BASES 1. 1099 ..........................................1997 2. 1016 ..........................................2009 3. 997 ............................................1988 4. 966............................................2013 5. 918 ............................................2010 6. 904 ............................................2005 7. 885 ............................................1991 8. 875 ............................................1996 9. 843 ............................................1985 10. 823 ............................................1982 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. .539 ..........................................1997 2. .522 ..........................................1988 3. .494 ..........................................1982 4. .453 ..........................................2010 5. .478 ..........................................2009 6. .475 ..........................................1991 7. .472 ..........................................2005 8. .466 ..........................................1987 9. .460 ..........................................1985 10. .459 ..........................................1999 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. .447 ..........................................1988 2. .430 ..........................................1995 .430 ..........................................1991 4. .426 ..........................................2010 5. .419 ..........................................1982 6. .418 ..........................................1997 7. .406 ..........................................2013 .406 ..........................................1996 .406 ..........................................1985 10. .400 ..........................................1987

WALKS Career 1. Brian Culp (1990-93) 2. Adam Green (1993-96) 3. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 4. Todd Fereday (1995-96)

151 124 122 110 105


RECORD BOOK

TOP 10 TEAMS WALKS 1. 382 ............................................1995 2. 374 ............................................1988 3. 329 ............................................1985 4. 320 ............................................1996 5. 318 ............................................1982 6. 309 ............................................1997 7. 300 ............................................1989 8. 298 ............................................1986 9. 291 ............................................1993 10. 273 ............................................2010 HIT-BY-PITCH 1. 110 ............................................2010 2. 96..............................................2013 3. 83 ..............................................2009 4. 76 ..............................................2008 5. 75 ..............................................2012 6. 74 ..............................................2007 7. 68 ..............................................2011 8. 64 ..............................................2002 64 ..............................................2000 10. 61 ..............................................2001 STRIKEOUTS 1. 433 ............................................2008 2. 407 ............................................1997 3. 395 ............................................1999 4. 393 ............................................2009 393 ............................................2002 6. 392 ............................................1998 7. 376 ............................................1996 8. 375 ............................................2007 9. 370 ............................................2010 370 ............................................2004 SACRIFICE HITS 1. 64 ..............................................2011 2. 60 ..............................................2004 3. 58 ..............................................2006 4. 56 ..............................................2007 5. 55 ..............................................2010 6. 48 ..............................................2012 48 ..............................................2008 8. 46 ..............................................2004 9. 44 ..............................................2009 44 ..............................................2005 SACRIFICE FLIES 1. 40..............................................2013 2. 39 ..............................................2002 3. 36 ..............................................1988 4. 34 ..............................................2011 5. 33 ..............................................1997 6. 31 ..............................................2007 7. 29 ..............................................2010 8. 28 ..............................................1982 9. 27 ..............................................2009 10. 26 ..............................................2012

5. 7. 8. 9.

Tanner Witt (2010-13) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Nick Martini (2009-11) Otto Kaifes (1984-87) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Scott Poepard (1995-97)

Season 1. Wade Hinkle (2012) Chris Bouchard (1995) 3. Adam Green (1995) Jeff Troll (1989) 5. Terry Blunt (2004) Tim Decker (1995) 7. Brian Culp (1993) Sean Collins (1988) 9. Byron Wiley (2007) 10. Adam Muenster (2009) Quinn Cravens (1999) Sean Collins (1989) Otto Kaifes (1986)

108 106 105 104 101 101

48 48 46 46 45 45 44 44 43 42 42 42 42

Game 6, Tanner Witt vs. Neb. Omaha (5/5/2012 in Manhattan)

HIT BY PITCH Career 1. Daniel Dellasega (2007-10) 2. Eli Rumler (2004-2007) 3. Jon Davis (2012-13) 4. Blair DeBord (2010, 2012-13) 5. Nick Martini (2009-11) Drew Biery (2006-09) 7. Jordan Cruz (2006-09) 8. Dane Yelovich (2008-09) Tim Doty (1999-03) 10. Ross Kivett (2011-13) Jake Brown (2009-12)

42 37 34 31 29 29 26 25 25 23 23

Season 1. Daniel Dellasega (2010) 2. Jon Davis (2013) 3. Dane Yelovich (2009) 4. Blair DeBord (2010) 5. Shane Conlon (2013) Jason Long (2004) 7. Eli Rumler (2007) Ty Soto (2002) 9. Eli Rumler (2006) 10. Jon Davis (2012) Tim Doty (2002)

27 21 20 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13

SACRIFICE HITS Career (Since 1981) 1. Jake Brown (2009-12) 2. Ross Kivett (2011-13) Brett Scott (2005-08) 4. Drew Biery (2006-09) Adam Muenster (2007-10) Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) 7. Matt Giller (2009-12) Chad Tabor (1997-2000) 9. Jason Long (2004) 10. J.D. Loudabarger (1997-2001) Season (Since 1981) 1. Jason Long (2004) 2. Jake Brown (2010) 3. Brett Scott (2008) 4. Ross Kivett (2012) Daniel Dellasega (2010) 106

30 23 23 21 19 19 18 18 17 16

7.

Brandon Farr (2006) Shane Conlon (2013) Jake Brown (2011) Ross Kivett (2011) Drew Biery (2009) Dane Yelovich (2009) Mark English (1999) Chad Tabor (1998)

10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

* 0.36 sacrifice hits/game was highest avg. in the nation in 2004

SACRIFICE FLIES Career (Since 1981) 1. Jason King (2008-09, 2011) 2. Kasey Weishaar (1998-2001) Brian Culp (1990-93) 4. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 5. Carter Jurica (2008-10) 6. Jim Donohue (1985-88) 7. Jared King (2011-13) Nick Martini (2009-11) David Hendrix (1993-96) Chris Hess (1993-96) Season (Since 1981) 1. Jason King (2011) 2. Kasey Weishaar (2000) 3. Pat Maloney (2002) 4. Tanner Witt (2013) Carter Jurica (2010) Jeff Ryan (1992) Jim Donohue (1988) 8. Seven players (most recent) Jared King (2013) Jon Davis (2013)

22 16 16 15 14 13 12 12 12 12

12 10 8 7 7 7 7 6

STOLEN BASES Career 1. Adam Muenster (2007-10) 2. Nick Martini (2009-11) 3. Tim Decker (1993-95) 4. Ross Kivett (2011-13) 5. Russ Ringgenberg (1987-90) 6. Sean Collins (1988-89) 7. Carter Jurica (2008-10) 8. Terry Blunt (2003-2005) 9. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 10. Gary Pridey (1985-86)

78 62 61 59 55 54 50 49 47 46

Season 1. Russ Ringgenberg (1989) 2. Tim Decker (1995) 3. Sean Collins (1989) 4. Scott Graves (1985) 5. Gary Pridey (1986) Scott Gilbert (1985) 7. Ross Kivett (2013) Adam Muenster (2010) Terry Blunt (2005) 10. Ross Kivett (2012) Todd Petering (1993)

43 37 33 30 27 27 26 26 26 25 25

Game 4, Nine Players (most recent) Tanner Witt vs. Hartford (3/10/2012 in Manhattan)

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 17* 14 12 10 10

Career (Minimum 2 yrs and 150 at-bats) 1. Jeff Turtle (1986-87) 2. David Chadd (1987-88) 3. Cary Colbert (1982-85) 4. Glynn Perry (1980-82)

.645 .641 .612 .601

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Joe Goedert (1981-82) Pat Maloney (2000-03) Rob Holder (1979-80) Steve Anson (1973-76) Heath Schesser (1995-97) Joe Roundy (2005-06)

Season (Minimum 75 at-bats) 1. Heath Schesser (1997) 2. Scott Poepard (1997) 3. Mark English (2000) 4. David Chadd (1988) 5. Bill Barnard (1988) 6. Craig Wilson (1992) 7. Brian Culp (1993) 8. Pat Maloney (2002) 9. Kasey Weishaar (1999) 10. Carter Jurica (2010)

.599 .573 .566 .561 .591 .559

.764 .700 .691 .672 .667 .660 .649 .647 .628 .624

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Career (Minimum 2 yrs and 150 at-bats) 1. Joe Goedert (1981-82) 2. Sean Collins (1988-89) 3. David Chadd (1987-88) 4. Jeff Turtle (1986-87) 5. Kent Gleason (1987-88) 6. Nick Martini (2009-11) 7. Brian Culp (1990-93) 8. Cary Colbert (1982-85) 9. Scott Spangenberg (1987-88) 10. Jared Goedert (2005-06)

.506 .494 .488 .479 .461 .458 .449 .448 .447 .445

Season (Minimum 75 at-bats) 1. Kasey Weishaar (1999) 2. Brian Culp (1991) 3. Nick Martini (2010) 4. Chris Bouchard (1995) 5. Byron Wiley (2007) 6. Craig Wilson (1991) 7. Heath Schesser (1997) 8. Adam Green (1995) 9. Chris Hess (1995) 10. Wade Hinkle (2012)

.521 .513 .509 .503 .494 .488 .486 .485 .484 .480


RECORD BOOK GAME APPEARANCES Career 1. Daniel Edwards (2005-08) 2. Evan Marshall (2009-11) 3. Thomas Rooke (2008-10) 4. James Allen (2009-11) 5. Matt Applegate (2009-12) 6. David Johnson (1994-97) 7. Jason Wells (1997-2000) 8. Chase Bayuk (2005-08) 9. Jake Doller (2010-13) 10. Gerardo Esquivel (2011-13) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Season 1. Jake Matthys (2013) 2. Thomas Rooke (2009) 3. Evan Marshall (2011) 4. James Allen (2011) David Johnson (1997) Dan Albrecht (1995) 7. James Allen (2010) Evan Marshall (2009) Daniel Edwards (2008) 10. Robert Youngdahl (2012) Evan Marshall (2010) Trevor Hurley (2008)

86 85 83 81 74 70 68 65 63 61 61

34 32 30 29 29 29 28 28 28 27 27 27

GAMES STARTED Career 1. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 2. Brad Hutt (2005-08) 3. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 4. Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2009-12) Jason Wells (1996-2000) 6. Kyle Hunter (2009-11) Chase Bayuk (2005-08) Andy Replogle (1973-75) 9. Dan Driskill (1991-93) 10. A.J. Morris (2007-09) Jeff Peterson (1986-89) Season 1. Matt Applegate (2011) Kyle Hunter (2011) Kyle Hunter (2010) A.J. Morris (2009) Brett Bagley (2004) Brandon Peck (1998) Matt Koeman (1996) 8. Joe Flattery (2012) Lance Hoge (2009) Brad Hutt (2007) Derek Andersen (1999)

47 46 45 36 36 35 35 35 34 33 33

16 16 16 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 15

COMPLETE GAMES Career 1. Andy Replogle (1973-75) 2. Scott Mach (1975-78) 3. Dave Tuttle (1974-77) 4. Tom Smith (1985-86) 5. Dan Driskill (1991-93) 6. David Hierholzer (1989-90) Neal Hudson (1977-78) Ted Power (1974-76) 9. Mickey Fleeman (1981-82) Louie Trujillo (1981-82) Lon Ostrom (1976-77) Dave Klenda (1970-73)

25 20 18 14 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

Season 1. Tom Smith (1985) 2. Andy Replogle (1974) 3. Five Players

11 9 8

PITCHING DECISIONS Career 1. Brad Hutt (2005-08) 2. Andy Replogle (1973-75) 3. Eric Yanz (1994-97) Dan Driskill (1991-93) 5. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 6. A.J. Morris (2007-09) Jeff Peterson (1986-89) Scott Mach (1975-78) 9. Dave Tuttle (1977-74) 10. Jason Wells (1997-2000) Season 1. A.J. Morris (2009) 2. Derek Andersen (1999) 3. 10 Players (most recent) Brad Hutt (2007)

38 (25-13) 35 (25-10) 33 (13-20) 33 (17-16) 30 (13-17) 29 (22-7) 29 (19-10) 29 (17-12) 28 (17-11) 27 (11-16)

15 (14-1) 14 (6-8) 13 (9-4)

PITCHING SHUTOUTS Career 1. Mike Hinkle (1987) David Hierhoizer (1990)

2 2

Season 1. Mike Hinkle (1986-87) David Hierhoizer (1988-90)

2 2

RELIEF APPEARANCES Career 1. Daniel Edwards (2005-08) 2. James Allen (2009-11) 3. Thomas Rooke (2008-10) 4. Evan Marshall (2009-11) 5. David Johnson (1994-97) 6. Gerardo Esquivel (2011-13) 7. Jake Doller (2010-13) 8. Jared Moore (2011-13) 9. Trevor Hurley (2006-08) 10. Brian Thompson (1996-97)

86 81 82 78 65 60 54 53 52 50

Season 1. Jake Matthys (2013) 2. Thomas Rooke (2009) 3. Evan Marshall (2011) 4. James Allen (2011) David Johnson (1997) Dan Albrecht (1995) 7. James Allen (2010) Evan Marshall (2009) Daniel Edwards (2008) 10. Trevor Hurley (2008)

33 31 30 29 29 29 28 28 28 27

INNINGS PITCHED Career 1. Brad Hutt (2005-08) 2. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 3. Jeff Peterson (1984-89) 4. Jason Wells (1996-2000) 5. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 6. Scott Mach (1975-78) 7. Dan Driskill (1991-93) 8. Andy Replogle (1973-75) 9. A.J. Morris (2007-09) 10. Matt Applegate (2009-12)

326.1 290.1 258.0 252.2 251.2 237.2 236.2 233.1 220.0 219.0

Season 1. A.J. Morris (2009) 2. Tom Smith (1985) 3. Carlos Torres (2004) 4. Matt Koeman (1996) 5. Adam Cowart (2005) 6. Brad Hutt (2007) 7. Brad Hutt (2008) Dan Driskill (1992) 9. Derek Andersen (1999) David Hierholzer (1990)

116.1 114.0 113.2 104.2 100.2 99.2 98.2 98.2 97.2 97.2

WINS Career 1. Brad Hutt (2005-08) Andy Replogle (1973-75) 3. A.J. Morris (2007-09) 4. Jeff Peterson (1984-89) 5. Dan Driskill (1991-93) Scott Mach (1975-78) Dave Tuttle (1974-77) 8. Kyle Hunter (2009-11) David Hierholzer (1988-90) Lon Ostrum (1976-77)

25 25 22 19 17 17 17 15 15 15

Season 1. A.J. Morris (2009) 2. Jake Matthys (2013) Kyle Hunter (2010) Brad Hutt (2007) Dan Driskill (1992) Lon Ostrom (1976) Andy Replogle (1975) Andy Replogle (1974) 9. David Tuttle (1976) Nick Horner (1968)

14 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8

LOSSES Career 1. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 2. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 3. Jason Wells (1996-2000) Dan Driskill (1991-93) 5. Kevin Melcher (2001-03) Rob Merriman (1993-94) 7. Matt Applegate (2009-12) Chris Traylor (1995-98) 9. Six Players (most recent) Chase Bayuk (2005-08) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Season 1. Brett Bagley (2004) Jim Ripley (2004) Derek Andersen (1999) Jon Oiseth (1994) Rob Merriman (1993) Mike Wilkerson (1984) 7. 10 Players (most recent) Adam Cowart (2006)

20 17 16 16 15 15 14 14 13

8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Career (Minimum 100 IPs & 2 years) 1. Bob Haney (1969-70) 2. Wade Johnson (1965-67) 3. Bruce Bennett (1971-72) 4. Stu Lindell (1972-74) 5. Phil Wilson (1967-69) 6. James Allen (2009-11) 7. Daniel Edwards (2005-08) 8. Andy Replogle (1973-75)

1.92 2.25 2.30 2.36 2.47 2.92 3.06 3.15

TOP 10 TEAMS 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 ..........................................2013 3.92 ..........................................1969 3.92 ..........................................1971 EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Aluminum Bat Era - 1977) 1. 3.92 ..........................................2013 2. 3.94 ..........................................2006 3. 4.22 ..........................................2005 4. 4.26 ..........................................2011 5. 4.52 ..........................................2009 6. 4.68 ..........................................2007 7. 5.12 ..........................................2008 8. 5.20 ..........................................1977 9. 5.23 ..........................................2002 10. 5.46 ..........................................1979 STRIKEOUTS 1. 453 ............................................2009 2. 449 ............................................2011 3. 428 ............................................1997 4. 423 ............................................2012 5. 408 ............................................2004 6. 403 ............................................2010 7. 402 ............................................1996 8. 383 ............................................2007 9. 382 ............................................1998 10. 381............................................2013 381 ............................................1999 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 ............................................2013 3.0 ............................................2010 3.0 ............................................2005 6. 3.1 ............................................2008 7. 3.3 ............................................2011 3.3 ............................................2002 9. 3.5 ............................................1971 10. 3.6 ............................................1964 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 (Aluminum Bat Era - 1977) 1. 9.0 ............................................2013 2. 9.1 ............................................1995 3. 9.3 ............................................2011 9.3 ............................................2007 5. 9.4 ............................................2005 6. 9.7 ............................................1985 7. 9.8 ............................................2006 8. 9.9 ............................................1991 9.9 ............................................2009 10. 10.0 ..........................................1997 107


RECORD BOOK

TOP 10 TEAMS LOWEST OPP. BATTING AVERAGE (Aluminum Bat Era - 1977) 1. .262 ..........................................2013 2. .263 ..........................................1995 3. .269 ..........................................2011 4. .270 ..........................................2005 .270 .......................................... 2007 6. .281 ..........................................2006 7. .282 ..........................................1977 .282 ..........................................2009 9. .283 ..........................................1991 10. .285 ..........................................1997 COMPLETE GAMES 1. 31 ..............................................1977 31 ..............................................1976 3. 28 ..............................................1981 4. 26 ..............................................1985 26 ..............................................1973 6. 20 ..............................................1984 20 ..............................................1978 20 ..............................................1974 9. 19 ..............................................1979 19 ..............................................1966 SHUTOUTS 1. 6 ................................................1991 2. 5 ................................................2008 3. 4 ................................................2007 4 ................................................1987 5. 3 ................................................2011 3 ................................................1996 3 ................................................1986 3 ................................................1983 9. 2....................Nine Teams (Inc. 2013 COMBINED SHUTOUTS 1. 3 ................................................2011 3 ................................................2008 3 ................................................2007 3 ................................................2006 5. 2................................................2013 2 ................................................2012 2 ................................................1996 8. 1......................................Eight Teams SAVES 1. 19..............................................2013 2. 18 ..............................................2011 3. 16 ..............................................2007 4. 14 ..............................................2008 5. 13 ..............................................1997 13 ..............................................1996 13 ..............................................1990 8. 12 ..............................................2006 9. 11 ..................................Seven Teams INNINGS PITCHED 1. 569.0 ........................................2013 2. 551.1 ........................................2011 3. 547.1 ........................................2009 4. 518.2 ........................................2010 5. 518.0 ........................................2012 6. 514.2 ........................................2008 7. 512.0 ........................................2007 8. 507.0 ........................................2004 9. 493.2 ........................................1997 10. 489.0 ........................................2002 WALKS 1. 393 ............................................1994 2. 349 ............................................1995 3. 342 ............................................1988 4. 310 ............................................1997 310 ............................................1986 6. 305 ............................................1996 7. 304 ............................................1991 8. 289 ............................................1989 9. 288 ............................................1985 10. 281 ............................................1982

108

8. 10.

Steve Snyder (1967-69) Nate Williams (2012-13)

Season (Minimum 50 IPs) 1. Wade Johnson (1966) 2. Bob Haney (1970) 3. Evan Marshall (2011) 4. Stu Lindell (1972) 5. Dick Skelton (1959) 6. Stu Lindell (1974) Bruce Bennett (1972) 8. Jake Matthys (2013) 9. A.J. Morris (2009) 10. Phil Oliver (1971)

3.16 3.38

1.09 1.34 1.62 1.69 1.84 1.91 1.91 2.05 2.09 2.22

SAVES Career 1. James Allen (2009-11) 2. Daniel Edwards (2005-08) 3. David Johnson (1994-97) 4. Bryan Peterson (2005-06) Eric Rollins (2003-05) 6. Brett Bock (1991-93) 7. Jake Matthys (2013) 8. Andy Silva (1998) Marty Darnell (1986-87) 10. Tanner Witt (2013) Season 1. James Allen (2011) 2. Daniel Edwards (2008) 3. Daniel Edwards (2007) David Johnson (1997) 5. Jake Matthys (2013) James Allen (2010) 7. Andy Silva (1998) 8. Tanner Witt (2013) Bryan Peterson (2006) Eric Rollins (2003)

31 26 18 12 12 10 9 8 8 7

17 12 11 11 9 9 8 7 7 7

HITS ALLOWED Career 1. Jason Wells (1996-2000) 2. Brad Hutt (2005-08) Eric Yanz (1994-97) 4. Dan Driskill (1991-93) 5. Chris Traylor (1995-2000) 6. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Scott Mach (1975-78) 8. Kevin Melcher (2001-03) 9. Matt Applegate (2009-12) 10. Brandon Peck (1997-99) Jeff Peterson (1986-89) Season 1. Brandon Peck (1998) 2. Matt Koeman (1996) 3. Carlos Torres (2004) Derek Andersen (1999) 5. Jason Wells (2000) Zach Kimbell (1988) 7. Dan Driskill (1992) 8. Dan Driskill (1993) 9. Four Players (most recent) Brad Hutt (2008)

349 333 333 278 266 264 264 259 257 239 239

126 120 116 116 113 113 108 107 104

RUNS ALLOWED Career 1. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 2. Jason Wells (1996-2000) 3. Jon Oiseth (1994-97)

255 245 221

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chris Traylor (1995-98) Brandon Peck (1997-99) Jeff Peterson (1985-89) Scott Mach (1975-78) Kevin Melcher (2001-03) Matt Applegate (2009-12) Chad Duckers (1999-2002)

Season 1. Matt Koeman (1996) 2. Brandon Peck (1998) 3. Jason Wells (2000) Zach Kimbell (1988) 5. Rob Merriman (1994) 6. Tom Smith (1986) 7. Dan Driskill (1993) 8. Jason Wells (1999) Paul Iseman (1987) 10. Brett Bagley (2004)

192 176 166 163 160 156 151

89 86 83 83 79 78 77 73 73 72

EARNED RUNS Career 1. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 2. Jason Wells (1996-2000) 3. Jeff Peterson (1985-89) 4. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 5. Matt Applegate (2009-12) 6. Chris Traylor (1995-98) 7. Dan Driskill (1991-93) 8. Brad Hutt (2005-08) 9. Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2009-12) Brandon Peck (1997-99) Season 1. Jason Wells (2000) 2. Rob Merriman (1994) 3. Derek Andersen (1999) 4. Zach Kimbell (1988) 5. Brett Bagley (2004) 6. Dan Driskill (1993) 7. Jason Wells (1999) Matt Koeman (1996) 9. Luke Robertson (2001) Tom Smith (1986)

201 197 187 172 190 136 134 127 125 125

71 69 66 61 60 59 57 57 56 56

STRIKEOUTS Career 1. Andy Replogle (1973-75) 2. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 3. Dave Tuttle (1974-77) 4. Jason Wells (1996-2000) 5. Dave Hierholzer (1988-90) 6. Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2009-12) 7. Matt Applegate (2009-12) Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 9. Brad Hutt (2005-08) 10. Jeff Peterson (1984-89)

223 219 201 196 192 185 183 183 179 172

Season 1. A.J. Morris (2009) 2. Ted Power (1976) 3. Dave Tuttle (1976) 4. Derek Andersen (1999) 5. Jim Ripley (2004) David Hierholzer (1990) 7. Luke Robertson (2001) 8. Matt Koeman (1996) 9. Dan Driskill (1992) Tom Smith (1985)

100 99 95 91 90 90 87 84 82 82

Game 19, Ted Power vs. Wayne St. (1976)

WALKS Career 1. Jeff Peterson (1985-89) 2. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 3. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 4. Jason Wells (1996-2000) 5. Gerald Heiman (1960-62) 6. Dave Tuttle (1974-77) 7. Chase Bayuk (2005-08) 8. Rob Merriman (1993-94) 9. Mark Arnold (1969-72) 10. David Johnson (1994-97) Season 1. Jon Oiseth (1994) 2. Jon Oiseth (1997) 3. Rob Merriman (1993) 4. Jason Wells (2000) Brian Hierholzer (1992) 6. Eric Yanz (1994) 7. Louie Trujillo (1982) 8. Jeff Peterson (1989) Zach Kimbell (1988) 10. John Caresio (1985)

200 192 191 150 111 110 109 107 105 102

63 62 58 56 56 55 54 53 53 51

WILD PITCHES Career 1. Chad Duckers (1999-2002) Jim Haller (1988-89) 3. Kevin Wicker (1993-96) 4. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) Zack Kimbell (1987-88) 6. Jason Wells (1996-2000) Eric Yanz (1995-97) Chris Hmielewski (1989-91) 9. Jared Brite (2001-04) 10. Tim Churchman (1991-92)

29 29 26 24 24 22 22 22 21 20

Season 1. Zach Kimbell (1988) 2. Jim Haller (1989) 3. Jared Brite (2001) Jim Haller (1988) 4. Jim Ripley (2004) Chad Duckers (2000) Jim McClellan (1988) 7. Five Players

18 15 14 14 12 12 12 11

HIT BATTERS Career 1. Jon Oiseth (1994-97) 2. Matt Applegate (2009-12) 3. Matt Koeman (1995-96) 4. Brett Bock (1991-93) 5. Justin Lindsey (2008, 10-11) 6. Eric Yanz (1994-97) 7. A.J. Morris (2007-09) Brad Hutt (2005-08) Chad Duckers (1999-2002) Jason Wells (1996-2000)

27 25 23 22 21 21 20 20 20 20

Season 1. Jack Witt (1995) 2. Justin Lindsey (2010) Brett Bagley (2004) 4. Chase Mitchell (2005) Matt Koeman (1996) 6. Ross Hawley (2002) Spencer Black (2001) Brett Bock (1992) 9. Five players (most recent) James Allen (2004)

15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 10 10


RECORD BOOK TOTAL CHANCES Career (Since 1978) 1. Mark English (1998-2001) 2. Justin Bloxom (2007-09) 3. Rob Vaughn (2006-09) 4. Craig Wilson (1989-1992) 5. Drew Biery (2006-09) 6. Joe Goedert (1981-82) 7. Otto Kaifes (1984-87) 8. Jason Bichelmeyer (1996-97) 9. Shane Conlon (2011-13) 10. Todd Fereday (1994-97) Season (Since 1978) 1. Shane Conlon (2013) 2. Justin Bloxom (2009) 3. Justin Bloxom (2008) 4. Wade Hinkle (2012) 5. Mark English (1999) 6. Jason Bichelmeyer (1997) 7. Brad Harker (1995) 8. Joe Goedert (1982) 9. Tim Doty (2003) 10. Chet Savage (1999)

1304 1267 1110 1000 990 873 872 866 837 827

650 622 542 523 493 483 476 471 448 443

PUTOUTS Career 1. Mark English (1998-2001) 2. Justin Bloxom (2007-09) 3. Rob Vaughn (2006-09) 4. Joe Goedert (1981-82) 5. Otto Kaifes (1984-87) 6. Jason Bichelmeyer (1996-97) 7. Shane Conlon (2011-13) 8. Wade Hinkle (2011-12) 9. Chet Savage (1998-99) 10. Chris Hmielewski (1989-91) Season 1. Shane Conlon (2013) 2. Justin Bloxom (2009) 3. Justin Bloxom (2008) 4. Wade Hinkle (2012) 5. Mark English (1999) 6. Joe Goedert (1982) 7. Jason Bichelmeyer (1997) 8. Scott Gilbert (1985) 9. Brad Harker (1995) 10. Chet Savage (1998)

1190 1166 974 808 793 782 774 743 728 656

617 572 501 487 457 438 437 436 427 403

Game 20, Three Players (most recent) Chris Carlson vs. Wichita State (3/17/04 in Manhattan)

ASSISTS Career 1. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 2. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 3. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 4. Jake Brown (2009-12) 5. Eli Rumler (2004-2007) 6. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 7. J.D. Loudabarger (1998-2001) 8. Drew Biery (2006-09) 9. Ross Kivett (2011-13) Carter Jurica (2008-10)

616 481 469 456 425 421 411 404 401 401

Season 1. Ross Kivett (2013) 2. Heath Schesser (1997) 3. Carter Jurica (2009) 4. Craig Wilson (1992) 5. Jake Brown (2011) Drew Biery (2009) Eric Eymann (2005) 8. Ross Kivett (2012) 9. Chad Tabor (1999) 10. Austin Fisher (2013)

208 185 184 182 175 175 175 170 167 167

Game 10, Carter Jurica vs. Pacific (2/26/09 at San Diego, Calif.)

ERRORS Career 1. Todd Fereday (1994-97) 2. Heath Schesser (1995-97) 3. Craig Wilson (1989-92) 4. Scott Poepard (1994-97) 5. J.D. Loudabarger (1997-2001) 6. Jim Donohue (1985-88) 7. Ty Soto (2001-03) 8. Chad Tabor (1996-2000) 9. Scott McFall (1990-93) 10. Josh Cavender (1998-2001) Scott Spangenberg (1987-88)

82 69 65 61 54 52 51 47 44 41 41

Season 1. Kyle Boyer (1999) 2. Ty Soto (2002) Todd Petering (1993) 4. J.D. Loudabarger (1998) Heath Schesser (1996) 6. Ryan Saltzgaber (2004) Todd Fereday (1994) 8. Scott Poepard (1994) Scott Spangenberg (1988) 10. Dan Skala (1986) Craig Wilson (1990)

32 29 29 28 28 27 27 26 26 24 24

Bold denotes marks set in 2013 by active player in 2013 All records start in 1958

TOP 10 TEAMS HIT-BY-PITCH 1. 71 ..............................................2003 2. 62 ..............................................1995 62 ..............................................1996 4. 61 ..............................................2004 61 ..............................................1997 6. 58 ..............................................2010 7. 55 ..............................................1994 55 ..............................................2001 9. 52 ..............................................2008 10. 51 ..............................................2002 WILD PITCHES 1. 69 ..............................................1988 2. 66 ..............................................1994 3. 62 ..............................................1995 4. 61 ..............................................1997 5. 59 ..............................................1992 59 ..............................................1982 7. 56 ..............................................2004 8. 54 ..............................................2000 54 ..............................................2003 10. 53 ..............................................2002 53 ..............................................1996 TOTAL CHANCES 1. 2503..........................................2013 2. 2396 ..........................................2009 3. 2393 ..........................................2011 4. 2290 ..........................................2012 5. 2251 ..........................................2008 2251 ..........................................2007 7. 2237 ..........................................1997 8. 2234 ..........................................2010 9. 2197 ..........................................2004 10. 2194 ..........................................2002 PUTOUTS 1. 1707..........................................2013 2. 1654 ..........................................2011 3. 1642 ..........................................2009 4. 1556 ..........................................2010 5. 1554 ..........................................2012 6. 1544 ..........................................2008 7. 1536 ..........................................2007 8. 1521 ..........................................2004 9. 1481 ..........................................1997 10. 1467 ..........................................2002 ASSISTS 1. 732............................................2013 2. 687 ............................................2009 3. 680 ............................................2012 4. 673 ............................................2011 5. 648 ............................................2007 648 ............................................2005 7. 643 ............................................1997 8. 640 ............................................2008 9. 618 ............................................2010 618 ............................................1999 ERRORS 1. 134 ............................................1986 2. 132 ............................................1994 3. 129 ............................................2002 4. 128 ............................................1996 5. 120 ............................................1988 6. 113 ............................................1997 7. 111 ............................................1998 8. 110 ............................................1999 9. 109 ............................................2003 10. 102 ............................................1993 FIELDING PERCENTAGE 1. .976 ..........................................2012 2. .974 ..........................................2013 3. .973 ..........................................2010 4. .972 ..........................................2011 .972 ..........................................2009 .972 ..........................................2006 7. .970 ..........................................2008 .970 ..........................................2007 9. .963 ..........................................2005 .963 ..........................................2004 109


TEAM RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS

Strikeouts: 433 in 2008 (58 games)

Games Played, Season: 64 in 2013 (45-19)

Home Runs: 7, three occasions (most recent) vs. South Dakota State (5/16/06)

Games Won, Season: 45 in 2013 (45-19)

RBI: 27, vs. Western Michigan (3/2/10)

Games Lost, Season: 43 in 1994 (13-43) Highest Winning Pct., Season: .857 in 1912 (12-2)

Total Bases: 47, two occasions vs. Benedictine (3/21/78) vs. Missouri Western (2/9/96)

Lowest Winning Pct., Season: .100 in 1958 (2-18)

Stolen Bases: 12, vs. Long Island (3/11/11)

Home Games Won, Season: 30 in 1981 (30-6)

Sacrifice Bunts: 5, vs. Nebraska (4/26/81)

Home Games Lost, Season: 17 in 1979 (13-17)

Times Hit by Pitch: 8, at Wichita State (5/3/00)

Road Games Won, Season: 13, three occasions (1991 [13-15], 2009 [13-9-1], 2013 [13-10])

FIELDING Putouts: 60 vs. Texas (4/9/04)

Total Chances: 2,503 in 2013 (64 games)

Assists: 22 vs. Wichita State (3/17/04)

Runners Left on Base: 553 in 2013 (64 games)

Road Games Lost, Season: 26 in 1994 (3-26) League Games Won, Season: 16 in 2013 (16-8) League Games Lost, Season: 27 in 1994 (3-27) Longest Winning Streak: 16 from 2/24/06 to 3/24/06 Longest Losing Streak: 16 from 3/21/03 to 4/15/03 Home Winning Streak: 21 from 5/13/05 to 3/31/06

Times Hit by Pitch: 110 in 2010 (59 games)

Road Winning Streak: 6, from 4/26/74 to 3/1/75 and from 4/3/09 to 4/25/09

Perfect Game: *Mark Arnold, vs. Ottawa (4/21/69)

Road Losing Streak: 19, from 5/8/83 to 4/23/84

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)

Most Games, Opponent: 335, Kansas Most Wins, Opponent: 172, Kansas Most Losses, Opponent: 186, Oklahoma Most Consecutive Wins, Opponent: 24, Friends (1941-current) Most Consecutive Losses, Opponent: 28, Oklahoma (1982-88) Largest Victory Margin: 26, vs. St. Francis (30-4) on 3/6/05 Largest Defeat Margin: 27, vs. Kansas (31-4) in 1897 Consecutive Wins to Open Season: 9, two times (1910; 3/10-3/17/79) Consecutive Losses to Open Season: 8 from 3/14-3/17/73

Errors: Least: 45, two occasions 1967 (29 games) 1968 (29 games) Most: 134 in 1986 (58 games)

Double Plays: 64 in 2009 (62 games)

Lowest Fielding Pct.: .934 in 1951 (15 games) PITCHING Innings Pitched: 569.0 in 2013 (64 games)

Total Chances: 71, vs. Troy State (3/1/03)

Home Losing Streak: 10, 5/9/58 to 5/16/59

Conference Losing Streak: 15, two occasions (3/31-4/23/84; 3/29-4/19/86)

Assists: 732 in 2013 (64 games)

Highest Fielding Pct.: .976 in 2012 Errors: 9, three occasions vs. Haskell Institute (5/8/33) at Northern Iowa (4/26/94) vs. Miami-Ohio (3/14/02)

PITCHING Strikeouts: 19, vs. Wayne State (3/18/76)

Conference Winning Streak: 6, five occasions (1934; 1961; 4/12-4/26/68; 4/15-4/23/77; 5/5-5/18/13)

FIELDING Putouts: 1,707 in 2013 (64 games)

MISCELLANEOUS Runs Scored, Both Teams: 49, vs. Oklahoma (4/13/86) – 22-27 (L)

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)

Longest Game: 20 innings, vs. Texas (4/9/04) *Seven Innings **Five Innings

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING At-Bats: 2,126 in 2009 (62 games) Runs Scored: 564 in 1988 (58 games) Hits: 708 in 2013 (64 games) Doubles: 145 in 1997 (56 games)

Home Runs Allowed: Least: 7, two occasions 1961 (20 games) 1967 (29 games) Most: 66, two occasions 2002 (55 games) 2010 (59 games) Walks: Least: 76 in 1964 (23 games) Most: 393 in 1994 (56 games)

Triples: 38 in 1982 (56 games)

Strikeouts: Least: 38 in 1959 (13 games) Most: 453 in 2009 (62 games)

Home Runs: 75 in 1997 (56 games)

Hit Batters: 71, 2003 (52 games)

RBI: 477 in 1997 (56 games)

Wild Pitches: 69 in 1988 (58 games)

Total Bases: 1,099 in 1997 (56 games)

Balks: 14 in 2003 (52 games)

Batting Average: .339 in 1988 (58 games)

Passed Balls: 29 in 1996 (54 games)

Slugging Percentage: .536 in 1997 (56 games)

Opponent Batting Avg.: Lowest: .216 in 1968 (31 games) Highest: .335 in 2003 (52 games)

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS BATTING 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

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) Stolen Base Attempts: 194 in 2009 (62 games)

Earned Run Avg.: Lowest: 2.93 in 1966 (236.1 IP) Highest: 9.89 in 1959 (91.0 IP)

Times Caught Stealing: 53 in 2013 (64 games)

Shutouts Pitched: 8 in 1969 (32 games)

Doubles: 11, vs. St. Francis (3/6/05)

Sacrifice Bunts: 64 in 2011 (61 games)

Triples: 5, vs. Benedictine (3/14/81)

Sacrifice Flies: 40 in 2013 (64 games)

Complete Games: 31, two occasions 1976 (54 games) 1977 (51 games)

Walks: 382 in 1995 (53 games)

Saves: 19 in 2013 (64 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 ____________________________Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt, vs. Wichita State, 4/24/12 Six Hits ______________________________________________Jake Brown, vs. Hartford, 3/10/12 Five Hits ______________________________________________Tanner Witt, vs. Nebraska, 4/2/13 Four Hits ______________________________Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Five Runs________________________________________Mike Kindel, vs. Western Michigan, 3/2/10 Four Runs ______________________________Ross Kivett and Tanner Witt, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Three Doubles ________________________________________Drew Biery, vs. Texas Tech, 5/10/09 Two Doubles __________________________________________Ross Kivett, at Oregon State, 6/8/13 Two Triples ____________________________________________Ross Kivett, at Creighton, 4/30/13 Two Grand Slams________________________________________Todd Fereday, at Iowa State, 4/2/94 Grand Slam ____________________________________________Jon Davis, vs. Texas Tech, 4/6/13 Hit For the Cycle ______________________________________Heath Schesser, vs. Bethany, 4/30/97 Nine RBI ________________________________________Drew Biery, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Seven RBI ______________________________________Jason King, vs. Northern Colorado, 3/30/11 Six RBI ________________________________________Jason King, vs. Northern Colorado, 3/30/11 Five RBI ____________________________________________Ross Kivett, vs. Nebraska, 3/26/13 10+ Total Bases ____________________________________Ross Kivett, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Six Walks ________________________________________Tanner Witt, vs. Nebraska Omaha, 5/5/12 Five Walks________________________________________Tanner Witt, vs. Nebraska Omaha, 5/5/12 Four Walks ______________________________________Wade Hinkle, vs. Oklahoma State, 5/24/12 Three Walks __________________________________________Jared King, at Oregon State, 6/10/13 Four Strikeouts ____________________________________Mitch Meyer, at Coastal Carolina, 2/21/13 Stole Home________________________________________________Kent Urban, at BYU, 4/13/10 Three Stolen Bases __________________________________________Jared King, at Iowa, 4/14/13 Three Home Runs __________________________________Jared Goedert, at South Dakota St., 5/17/06 Two Home Runs ______________________________________Ross Kivett, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Two Home Runs in an Inning __________________________________Jeff Hulse, vs. Kansas, 4/16/88 Inside-the-Park Home Run ____________________________________Dan Klein at Kansas, 5/22/11 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 ________________________Jared King and Wade Hinkle, vs. Kansas, 5/13/12 Pinch-Hit Home Run ____________________________________Mitch Meyer, vs. Texas Tech, 4/6/13 Home Run from Both Sides ____________________________________Brian Bobier, at Texas, 3/21/97 15-game hitting streak __________________________________________Austin Fisher (18), 2013 20-game hitting streak ________________________________________Adam Muenster (25), 2010 Walk-Off Hit ________________________________________Austin Fisher, vs. Texas Tech, 4/5/13 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 __________________Jake Doller and Landon Busch, vs. Northern Colorado, 3/12/13 Two-Hitter __________________________________________Chase Mitchell, vs. Kansas, 4/29/05 Combined Three-Hitter __________ J. Doller, H. Nixon, G. Esquivel and J. Matthys at Wichita State (2), 4/16/13 Complete Game ______________________________Matt Wivinis, vs. Bethune-Cookman (7), 3/23/13 Nine-Inning Complete Game __________________________Joe Flattery, vs. Bethune-Cookman, 3/22/13 Complete Game Shutout ________________________Justin Lindsey, vs. Kent State (7 innings), 3/14/10 15+ Strikeouts ____________________________________Derek Andersen (15), vs. Kansas, 5/1/99 10+ Strikeouts ______________________________Kayvon Bahramzadeh (11), at Oklahoma, 4/1/12 A K-State Team Had (Single Game)... Scored 30+ Runs ____________________________________________30, vs. St. Francis, 3/6/05 Scored 25+ Runs ________________________________________27, vs. Western Michigan, 3/2/10 Scored 20+ Runs __________________________________________20, vs. Wichita State, 5/31/13 Had 25+ Hits ________________________________________26, vs. North Dakota State, 3/14/05 Had 20+ Hits ______________________________________________20, at Texas A&M, 3/16/12 Had 10 Doubles ______________________________________________10, vs. St. Francis, 3/6/05 Had Three Triples ____________________________________________________at Texas, 5/3/13 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. Texas Tech, 4/5/13 Two Grand Slams ________________________________________________vs. Nebraska, 4/10/10 Had 10+ Walks __________________________________________14, vs. Nebraska Omaha, 5/5/12 Stole 10+ Bases ____________________________________________12, vs. Long Island, 3/11/11 Had a Shut Out __________________________________________vs.Bethune-Cookman, 3/22/13 Had Two or Less Hits ________________________________________2, at Oklahoma State, 4/29/11 Struck Out 15 batters ______________________________________15, vs. George Mason, 2/17/13 Was Shut Out – Overall ______________________________________vs. Northern Colorado, 3/13/13 Was Shut Out – At Home ____________________________________vs. Northern Colorado, 3/13/13 Was Shut Out – On the Road __________________________________________at Missouri, 4/22/12 Played a 20-Inning Game ______________________________________________vs. Texas, 4/9/04 Defeated a Ranked Opponent ____________________________________at #3 Oregon State, 6/8/13 Defeated a No. 1-Ranked Team ________________________________________at #1 Texas, 5/7/10

SEASON CLASS RECORDS AT-BATS Freshman 232, Nick Martini ________________2009 Sophomore 249, Shane Conlon________________2013 Junior 261, Ross Kivett ________________2013 Senior 261, Tanner Witt ________________2013 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 96, Nick Martini ________________2010 Junior 97, Heath Schesser ______________1997 Senior 94, Adam Muenster ______________2010 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 133, Nick Martini ________________2010 Junior 181, Heath Schesser______________1997 Senior 161, Scott Poepard ______________1997

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Freshman 1.24, Ben Hornbeck ______________2006 Sophomore 2.28, James Allen________________2010 Junior 1.09, Wade Johnson ______________1966 Senior 1.34, Bob Haney ________________1970

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 25, Ross Kivett ________________2012 Junior 43, Russ Ringgenberg ____________1989 Senior 37, Tim Decker ________________1995

STRIKEOUTS Freshman 78, Andy Replogle________________1973 Sophomore 99, Ted Power __________________1976 Junior 100, A.J. Morris ________________2009 Senior 90, Jim Ripley __________________2004

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 9, Jake Matthys__________________2013 Sophomore 9, Andy Replogle ________________1974 Dan Driskill __________________1992 Kyle Hunter __________________2010 Junior 14, A.J. Morris __________________2009 Senior 7, Matt Koeman ________________1996 Brad Hutt __________________2008

SAVES Freshman 9, Jake Matthys__________________2013 Sophomore 9, James Allen __________________2010 Junior 17, James Allen ________________2011 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 111


HONOR ROLL NATIONAL HONORS Player of the Year Awards A.J. Morris ____________________2009 • Golden Spikes Award Finalist • CBF Pitcher of the Year Finalist • Dick Howser Trophy Semifinalist Drew Biery ____________________2009 • Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist Blair DeBord ___________________2013 • Johnny Bench Award Semifinalist Austin Fisher __________________2013 • Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist • Greg Olsen Breakout POY Semifinalist U.S. National Team Craig Wilson, SS ________________1988 All-America Honors First Team General Elden Auker, P __________________1932 ABCA 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 NCBWA A.J. Morris, RHP ________________2009 James Allen, RHP ________________2011 PING!Baseball A.J. Morris, RHP ________________2009 Rivals.com A.J. Morris, RHP ________________2009 Second Team General Andy Replogle, P ________________1973 ABCA David Chadd, DH ________________1988 Nick Martini, OF ________________2010 Ross Kivett, 2B __________________2013 Baseball America David Chadd, DH ________________1988 Collegiate Baseball Craig Wilson, SS ________________1992 Perfect Game Jared King, OF __________________2013 Third Team Baseball America Craig Wilson, SS ________________1991 Ross Kivett, 2B __________________2013 ABCA Heath Schesser, SS ______________1997 Collegiate Baseball Nick Martini, OF ________________2010 James Allen, RHP ________________2011 Ross Kivett, 2B __________________2013 NCBWA Heath Schesser, SS ______________1997 Daniel Edwards, P________________2007 Honorable Mention ABCA Sean Collins, OF ________________1989 NCBWA Kasey Weishaar, OF ______________1999 Preseason (Since 2008) Baseball America Nick Martini, OF (Third) ____________2011 Jared King, OF (Third) ____________2013 Ross Kivett, 2B (First) ______________2014 Collegiate Baseball Nick Martini, OF (Second) __________2011 Ross Kivett, 2B (First) ______________2014 Jake Matthys, RHP (Third)____________2014 NCBWA Daniel Edwards, RHP (First) ________2008 James Allen, RHP (Third) __________2011 Nick Martini, OF (Third) ____________2011 Ross Kivett (First) ________________2014 112

Perfect Game Jared King, DH (Second) ____________2013 Ross Kivett, 2B (First) ______________2014 Ping! Baseball Daniel Edwards, RHP (Third) ________2008 Freshman Baseball America Jake Matthys, P (Second) ____________2013 Mizuno Todd Fereday, 3B ________________1994 Collegiate Baseball Ben Hornbeck, P ________________2006 Thomas Rooke, P ________________2008 James Allen, P __________________2009 Nick Martini, OF ________________2009 Jared King, OF __________________2011 Jake Matthys, P __________________2013 Player of the Week Honors NCBWA 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 Brian Culp, OF __________________1992 Brett Scott, IF __________________2008 Third Team Kevin Kaufman, 1B ______________1990 Chris Hess, OF __________________1993 Brett Scott, IF __________________2007 Jason King, IF __________________2011

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 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 Carter Jurica, IF ________________2010 Jason King, IF __________________2011 RJ Santigate, IF __________________2013 Senior CLASS Award Finalist Brett Scott, IF __________________2008

REGIONAL HONORS ABCA All-Midwest Region Team Heath Schesser, SS (First) __________1997 Scott Poepard, DH (Second) ________1997 Pat Maloney, OF (First) ____________2002 Daniel Edwards, RP (Second) ________2007 Daniel Edwards, RP (Second) ________2008 A.J. Morris, SP (First)______________2009 Nick Martini, OF (First) ____________2010 James Allen, RHP (Second) __________2011 Nick Martini, OF (Second) __________2011 Jared King, OF (First) ______________2012 Austin Fisher, SS (First) ____________2013

Ross Kivett, 2B (First) ______________2013 Jared King, OF (Second) ____________2013 ABCA Midwest Region Coach of the Year Brad Hill ______________________2009 Brad Hill ______________________2013 NCBWA District Player of the Year A.J. Morris ____________2009 (District VI)

CONFERENCE HONORS Coach of the Year Mike Clark ____________1990 (Big Eight) Brad Hill ________________2009 (Big 12) Brad Hill ________________2013 (Big 12) Player of the Year Craig Wilson, SS__________1992 (Big Eight) Nick Martini, OF __________2010 (Big 12) Ross Kivett, 2B ____________2013 (Big 12) Pitcher of the Year A.J. Morris, RHP __________2009 (Big 12) Newcomer of the Year Jake Matthys, RHP __________2013 (Big 12) Scholar Athlete of the Year Jared King, OF ____________2013 (Big 12) 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 Daniel Dellasega, C ______________2010 Jason King, IF __________________2011 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) Carter Jurica, IF ________2010 (Fayetteville) Dan Klein, C ____________2011 (Fullerton) Shane Conlon, 1B ________2013 (Manhattan) Blair DeBord, C __________2013 (Manhattan) Gerardo Esquivel, P ______2013 (Manhattan) Jared King, OF __________2013 (Manhattan) Ross Kivett, 2B [MVP] ______2013 (Manhattan) Tanner Witt, OF __________2013 (Manhattan) 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 (co) ______________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 (co) ____________4/17/07 Lance Hoge, P ________________3/31/08 Brad Hutt, P__________________4/28/08 A.J. Morris, P (co) ______________3/30/09 Kyle Hunter, P ________________4/11/11 Jared King, OF (Co-Newcomer) ____4/11/11 James Allen, P (co) ____________4/26/11 Jared King, OF (Newcomer) __________5/9/11 Jake Brown, IF (co) ____________3/12/12 Jared King, OF ________________5/7/12 Wade Hinkle, IF________________5/14/12 Joe Flattery, P (Newcomer) ________5/21/12 Tanner Witt, OF ________________3/25/13 Jon Davis, OF __________________4/8/13 Jake Matthys, P (Newcomer) ________4/22/13 Jake Matthys, P (Newcomer) ________5/20/13 Mitch Meyer, OF________________5/20/13

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 Ryan Daniel, P __________________2010 Daniel Dellasega, C ______________2010 Matt Giller, OF __________________2010 Carter Jurica, IF ________________2010 Thomas Rooke, P ________________2010 James Allen, P __________________2011 Jason King, IF __________________2011 Kent Urban, OF/IF ________________2011 Matt Applegate, P ________________2012 Matt Giller, IF __________________2012 Jared King, OF __________________2012 Jared King, OF __________________2013 RJ Santigate, IF __________________2013 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


HONOR ROLL Steve Murphy, OF ________________2005 Nate Tenbrink, IF ________________2007 A.J. Morris, P __________________2008 Nate Tenbrink, IF ________________2008 James Allen, P __________________2010 Kayvon Bahramzadeh, P____________2010 Kayvon Bahramzadeh, P____________2012 Wade Hinkle, IF ________________2012 Mike Kindel, OF ________________2012 Tanner Witt, OF__________________2012 Jake Doller, P __________________2013 Ross Kivett, IF __________________2013 Jared Moore, P __________________2013 Tanner Witt, OF __________________2013 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 James Allen __________________2010-11 Brett Ames ____________________2005 Matt Applegate______________2010, 2012 Kayvon Bahramzadeh ____________2010-12 Chase Bayuk ____________2005-06, 2008 Conner Beer ____________________2008 Terry Blunt __________________2004-05 Stephen Boidock __________2005-06, 2007 Jake Brown ________________2010, 2012 Derek Bunker __________________2008 Landon Busch __________________2013 Sean Clancy ____________________2005 Adam Cowart ________________2005-06 Jordan Cruz ____________________2008 Scott Cure ____________________2008 Clayton Dalrymple ________________2013 Ryan Daniel__________________2009-10 Cole Davis ____________________2013 Blair DeBord ______________2010, 2013 Daniel Dellasega ______________2006-09 Jake Doller __________________2012-13 Ryan Downs ____________________2010 Daniel Edwards______________2006, 2008 Gerardo Esquivel ____________2010, 2013 Eric Eymann ____________________2005 Austin Fisher __________________2013 Joe Flattery ____________________2013 Andrew Giambrone ________________2006 Matt Giller __________________2008-12 Jared Goedert __________________2006 Nate Griep ____________________2013 Wade Hinkle ____________________2011 Ben Hornbeck ________________2006-08 Trevor Hurley __________________2008 Chris Huseman __________________2004 Brad Hutt __________________2005-08 Chad Jasman __________________2009 Carter Jurica ________________2008-10 Zach Kallman __________________2012 Colton Kalmus __________________2013 Brett Kauten____________________2012 Mike Kindel __________________2011-12 Jared King __________________2011-12 Jason King __________________2008-11 B.J. Kissel ________________2004, 2006 Ross Kivett __________________2011-13 Robbie Knight __________________2006 Dale Kube ____________________2010 Justin Lindsey ______________2009, 2011 Kyle Livingstone ________________2007 Jason Long ____________________2004 Damion Lovato __________________2013 Matt Marasco ________________2004-06 Evan Marshall __________________2010 Nick Martini ____________________2010

David Masters __________________2009 Levi MaVorhis __________________2013 Blake McFadden ________________2013 Mitch Meyer____________________2013 Jordan Meyers __________________2005 Chase Mitchell __________________2006 Jared Moore ____________________2013 A.J. Morris ________________2006, 2008 Brett Muegge __________________2006 Steve Murphy __________________2004 Hayden Nixon __________________2013 Matt Peterson __________________2004 Dustin Rasco __________________2006 Chris Reese ____________________2008 Barrett Rice ____________________2006 Eric Rollins ____________________2005 Thomas Rooke ________________2008-10 Dan Rumsey ____________________2009 Jason Russell __________________2005 RJ Santigate ________________2012-13 Levi Schlick ____________________2011 Brett Scott __________________2004-08 Max Simon ____________________2004 Sean Smith ____________________2007 Kyle Speer ____________________2012 Nate Tenbrink ______________2006, 2008 Zac Troilo ____________________2004 Kent Urban ____________________2011 Zach Vasek ____________________2013 Rob Vaughn______________2006, 2008-09 Todd Vogel __________________2006-09 Mitchell Walter __________________2005 Cameron Welch __________________2008 Julian Williams __________________2004 Danny Wilson __________________2004 Jordan Witcig __________________2013 Tanner Witt __________________2010-13 Matt Wivinis ____________________2012 Jake Wodtke____________________2013 Dane Yelovich __________________2008 Robert Youngdahl ________________2012 * 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 2010 ________________Carter Jurica, IF ____________________Nick Martini, OF __________________Adam Muenster, IF 2011 ________________James Allen, RP 2013 __________________Blair DeBord, C ____________________Shane Conlon, IF ____________________Austin Fisher, IF ______________________Ross Kivett, IF ______________________Jared King, OF ____________________Tanner Witt, UTL ____________________Jake Matthys, RP

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 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 2010 ________________Evan Marshall, P 2011 __________________Jason King, IF ______________________Jared King, OF 2012 __________________Jared King, OF ____________________Wade Hinkle, IF

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 2010 ______________Daniel Dellasega, C ______________________Kyle Hunter, P 2011 ____________________Nick Martini 2012 ____________________Tanner Witt 2013______________________Jon Davis

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Big 12 (began 2011) 2011 __________________Jared King, OF 2012 ________________Nate Williams, RP 2013 ________________Jake Matthys, RP __________________Levi MaVorhis, RP

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 113


ALL-AMERICANS the school records for career complete games (25), career wins (25) and career strikeouts (223)... Drafted in the fourth round in 1972 by the New York Mets, but did not sign... Drafted in the ninth round in 1975 by St. Louis.

ELDEN AUKER

CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L 1973 2.75 7-4 1974 2.95 9-2 1975 3.72 9-4 TOTAL 3.15 25-10

PITCHER NORCATUR, KAN.

G-GS 12-11 14-11 14-13 40-35

CG 0 0 0 0

SV IP 0 78.2 0 73.1 0 82.1 0 234.1

1932 Became Kansas State’s first ever All-American as a pitcher in 1932... Nearly missed out on a perfect game at Oklahoma as Kansas State defeated OU, 5-0... Helped the Wildcats top Kansas 12-1 and 8-4 by pitching both games on consecutive days.

13

ER 24 24 34 82

BB SO 47 78 43 74 39 71 129 223

HR B/Avg. WP HBP 0 -6 6 0 -1 0 0 -2 5 0 -9 11

DAVID CHADD

• First Team All-American (1932)

JACK WOOLSEY

H R 51 34 52 28 66 47 169 109

BK 0 0 0 0

27

DH • 6-0 • 180 • R/R WICHITA, KAN. (BARTON COUNTY CC)

• ABCA Second Team All-American (1988) • Baseball America Second Team All-American (1988)

1988 Named a second team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association and Baseball America... Also named a First Team All-Big Eight and all-region performer... Led the Big Eight with a .418 batting average... Transfered from Barton County Community College in time for the 1987 season and set then-school records in career batting average (.388), single-season hits (84), single-season runs scored (66) and single-season total bases (135)... Still holds career mark for batting average... Served as an assistant coach at Wichita State and Kansas State before becoming a scout for the Florida Marlins and Detroit Tigers... Is now the Vice President of Amateur Scouting for the Tigers.

OF • 5-10 • 170 • L/L KANSAS CITY, KAN. (WYANDOTTE)

• ABCA First Team All-American (1968)

1968 Named a First Team All-American outfielder in 1968 by the American Baseball Coaches Association... Also named a NCAA District Five outfielder in 1967 and an All-Big Eight performer in 1967 and 1968... Led the Big Eight in home runs, triples and RBI in both 1967 and 1968... Was second in total hits and stolen bases in the conference in 1968, a season in which he his .361... Drafted in the second round of the 1969 draft by San Francisco. CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 1967 .275 28-1968 .339 31-1969 .280 32-TOTAL .299 91--

AB 102 109 107 318

R 19 21 21 61

H 28 37 30 95

2B 3 1 4 8

3B 1 7 4 12

HR 2 8 4 14

RBI 22 33 12 67

BB -----

SO SB-A -- 4--- 13--- 7--- 24--

ANDY REPLOGLE

PO -----

A -----

AB R 119 31 201 66 320 97

H 40 84 124

E FLD% -- --- --- ----

18

RHP • 6-5 • 205 • R/R FORT WAYNE, IND. (SNIDER)

• Second Team All-American (1973)

1973 A second team All-American and a first team All-Big Eight performer... Started the season 0-3, but reeled off seven victories in his next eight decisions as he was 5-1 in Big Eight games... Among his wins was a one-hitter against Colorado, a two-hitter against Kansas, a three-hitter against Oklahoma State and a four-hitter against Iowa State... Threw a nohitter, but lost 1-0 against Creighton... Only conference loss was an extra-inning affair against Big Eight Champion Oklahoma... Struck out 78 batters in 78.2 innings... Still holds 114

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 1987 .336 41-1988 .418 49-TOTAL .388 90--

2B 9 18 27

3B 0 0 0

HR 7 11 18

RBI 27 54 81

BB 22 40 62

SO SB-A PO A 17 3-- 50 8 22 4-- 190 14 39 7-- 240 22

SEAN COLLINS

E 3 12 15

FLD% .951 .944 .946

1

OF • 5-10 • 160 • R/R VENICE, CALIF. (EL CAMINO CC)

• ABCA Honorable Mention All-American (1989)

1989 An honorable mention All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association and a First Team All-Big Eight honoree... Named honorable mention all-conference as a junior... Finished his senior season with a .361 average with seven home runs and 33 stolen bases... Ended his career as the Kansas State career stolen base leader with 54, while he currently ranks sixth in that department... Currently ranks third in school history in single-season stolen bases... Selected in the 13th round of the 1989 draft by the Kansas City Royals. CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 1988 .353 55-1989 .361 45-TOTAL .356 100--

AB R H 190 64 67 147 52 53 337 116 120

2B 8 5 13

3B 3 2 5

HR 1 7 8

RBI 28 33 61

BB 45 42 87

SO 24 25 49

SB-A 21-24 33-42 54-66

PO A E FLD% 91 137 15 .938 89 4 5 .949 180 141 20 .941


ALL-AMERICANS

CRAIG WILSON

11

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 1995 .258 52-52 1996 .344 53-53 1997 .409 56-56 TOTAL .345 161-161

AB 178 209 237 624

R H 36 46 57 72 70 97 163 215

SS • 6-1 • 185 • R/R FRANKLIN PARK, ILL. (LEYDEN)

2B 5 20 20 45

3B 2 2 8 12

HR 0 6 16 22

RBI BB 36 33 49 40 85 33 170 106

SO 26 41 25 92

SB-A 9-10 6-7 7-10 22-27

PO 66 65 84 215

A E FLD% 142 19 .916 154 28 .887 185 22 .924 481 69 .910

KASEY WEISHAAR

• Baseball America Third Team All-American (1991) • Baseball America First Team All-American (1992) • Collegiate Baseball Second Team All-American (1992) • Big Eight Player of the Year (1992)

3

OF • 5-10 • 175 • R/R TOPEKA, KAN. (SHAWNEE HEIGHTS)

1991 Earned First Team All-Big Eight honors as a junior and was honored by Baseball America as a Third Team All-American... Set then-school record with 88 hits, while he recorded 60 runs, 15 doubles and nine home runs... Was the only Wildcat to start all 60 games and led the team with a .386 batting average, a mark that was sixth in the Big Eight... Struck out only 14 times in 228 at-bats... Held a midseason 12-game hitting streak, while he later registered an 11-game streak... Hit successfully in 75 percent of the games and reached base in 88 percent... Of his 88 hits, 31 went for extra bases... Drafted in the 23rd round by the San Francisco Giants, but did not sign.

1992 Became K-State’s first consensus All-American and first conference player of the year... Set the school record with a .416 batting average in 56 games played with 17 doubles, eight home runs and 62 RBI... Led the league with a .405 average in conference games and tied for the lead in hits per game (1.42), while he was fourth in RBI and fifth in triples... Recorded 28 multi-hit games and struck out just 11 times in 232 plate appearances... Still holds school records for career games played (250), career games started (236) and career singles (188)... Drafted in the 13th round by the Chicago White Sox. CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 1989 .241 53-1990 .328 57-57 1991 .386 60-60 1992 .416 56-56 TOTAL .349 226--

AB 174 198 228 209 809

R H 36 42 31 65 60 88 54 87 181 282

2B 10 16 15 17 58

3B 4 1 5 5 15

HR 0 4 9 8 21

RBI 28 34 52 62 176

BB 21 25 23 13 82

HEATH SCHESSER

• NCBWA Honorable Mention All-American (1999)

1999 An honorable mention All-American selection by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association... Also earned First Team All-Big 12 honors... Finished second in the Big 12 and set a K-State single-season record with a .429 (82-for-189) batting average, a mark that was also 16th nationally... Hit safely in 46 of the 53 games he played and became KState’s third batting champion to hit .400 in the 1990’s after fellow All-Americans Heath Schesser and Craig Wilson... Held the career (16) and single-season (10) records for sacrifice flies until it was broken in 2011... Also holds the single-season record for on-base percentage at .521. CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 1998 .299 27-16 1999 .429 53-53 2000 .311 49-49 2001 .294 50-50 TOTAL .341 179-168

AB 67 191 177 180 615

R H 12 20 53 82 39 55 35 53 139 210

SO SB-A PO A E FLD% 17 4-7 69 128 16 .925 20 4-6 71 164 24 .907 14 10-13 88 142 16 .935 11 5-6 91 182 9 .968 62 23-32 319 616 65 .935

• ABCA Third Team All-American (1997) • NCBWA Third Team All-American (1997)

1997 Earned third team All-America honors from both the American Baseball Coaches Association and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association... Also earned First Team All-Big 12 honors and named to the NCBWA All-District team... Hit .409 (97-for-237) over a 56-game schedule with 20 doubles, eight triples, a school-record tying 16 home runs, 70 runs scored and 85 RBI... Led the team in 12 offensive categories, while he ranked among the nation’s top 10 in RBI per game (1.52) and triples per game (0.14)... Still holds single-season school records for runs scored, hits, extra-base hits (44), RBI and total bases (181)... Selected in the 70th round of the 1994 draft by the New York Mets, but did not sign... Drafted in the fifth round of the 1997 draft by the Detroit Tigers.

3B 2 4 2 0 8

HR 2 7 2 5 16

RBI 10 31 47 23 111

BB 6 30 32 23 91

SO 12 30 35 30 107

SB-A 0-0 4-7 4-7 3-3 11-17

PO 18 84 77 70 249

DANIEL EDWARDS

A 1 2 3 3 9

E FLD% 2 .905 4 .956 3 .964 0 1.000 9 .966

32

RHP • 6-0 • 200 • R/R KINGWOOD, TEXAS (KINGWOOD)

16

SS • 6-1 • 175 • R/R MANHATTAN, KAN. (MANHATTAN)

2B 4 9 9 7 29

• NCBWA Third Team All-American (2007)

2007 Earned Third Team All-America honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association... Also named a First Team All-Big 12 and ABCA All-Midwest Region performer... Also a candidate for the Brooks Wallace Award, Dick Howser Trophy and the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Award... Ranked second in the Big 12 in saves with 11, which tied the school record at the time... Registered a team-low 2.27 ERA, surrendering only nine runs all season... Did not allow a run in his first 12 appearances, which spanned 18 innings... Held an ERA of under 1.00 until his 21st time out of the pen... Faced the minimum in seven of his 23 appearances... Drafted in the 27th round in 2007 by the Cleveland Indians but did not sign... Drafted in the 25th round in 2008 by the Philadelphia Phillies. CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L 2005 3.33 0-3 2006 4.94 1-1 2007 2.27 3-0 2008 2.47 5-3 TOTAL 3.06 9-7

G-GS CG 17-0 0 18-0 0 23-0 0 28-0 0 86-0 0

SV 0 3 11 12 26

IP 24.1 23.2 35.2 40.0 123.2

H 18 24 22 24 88

R 11 13 9 12 45

ER 9 13 9 11 42

BB 10 7 13 15 45

SO 13 31 49 53 146

HR 2 3 1 3 9

B/Avg. .220 .258 .173 .182 .203

WP HBP 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 4 3 9 115

BK 0 0 1 0 1


ALL-AMERICANS

A.J. MORRIS

30

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 2009 .336 62-61 2010 .416 59-59 2011 .326 61-61 TOTAL .360 182-181

AB 232 231 221 684

R H 54 78 49 96 48 72 151 246

RHP • 6-2 • 200 • R/R HUMBLE, TEXAS (HUMBLE)

Became K-State’s second consensus First Team All-American and the first pitcher in program history to accomplish the feat... Was a finalist for the Golden Spikes Award and the College Baseball Foundation Pitcher of the Year Award, while he was a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy... Was also named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year, a First Team ABCA All-Midwest Region honoree, the NCBWA District VI Player of the Year and was named to the NCAA Houston (Rice) All-Regional team... Ended the year with a school-record 14 wins and a 2.09 ERA... Set the single-season school record in four categories, including victories, innings (116.1), strikeouts (100) and pitching decisions (15)... Went 7-0 with a 1.93 ERA against ranked opponents... Did not allow a hit in 52 of hits 114 full innings, while he faced the minimum 43 times... Drafted in the fourth round by the Washington Nationals. CG 0 0 5 5

SV IP H R 0 50.0 50 32 0 53.2 68 39 0 116.1 98 35 0 220.0 216 106

ER 21 36 27 84

BB 25 18 30 73

NICK MARTINI

SO 29 31 100 160

HR 4 2 4 10

B/Avg. .255 .319 .222 .254

WP HBP 5 8 1 8 9 4 15 20

BK 1 0 0 1

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OF • 5-11 • 192 • L/L CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL. (PRAIRIE RIDGE)

• ABCA Second Team All-American (2010) • Collegiate Baseball Third Team All-American (2010)

2010 A Second Team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and the 2010 Big 12 Player of the Year as a sophomore... Became the first Wildcat to earn conference player of the year honors since 1992... Also earned Second Team All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball and ABCA All-Region honors... The Big 12’s top hitter with a .416 batting average and led the conference in on-base percentage at .509, while he was second in hits (96), third in walks (41), fifth in triples (4), sixth in RBI (59) and seventh in stolen bases (39) and total bases (133)... Ranked fifth in school history and 30th nationally in average... Hit .433 against Big 12 competition, the eighth-best mark in league history... Also ranked 26th nationally in on-base percentage and tied for 34th in hits... His 96 hits were one shy of the single-season school record, while his 71 singles were a new school record... Also set the school record with a 26-game hitting streak from February 27 to April 11... Streak was the fifth-longest in Big 12 history... Hit .446 (45-for-101) with seven doubles, two triples, two home runs and 28 RBI during the streak... Recorded a hit in 54-of-59 games, while he reached base in every contest... Led the team with 31 multihit games and 18 multi-RBI contests... Was 19-for-24 in stolen base attempts, while he worked 41 walks... Drafted in the seventh round in 2011 by the St. Louis Cardinals. 116

HR 4 4 1 9

RBI BB 50 27 59 41 44 37 153 105

SO 41 21 27 89

SB-A 19-24 19-24 24-28 62-76

PO 96 118 134 348

A 2 1 2 5

E FLD% 1 .990 2 .983 2 .986 5 .986

20

RHP • 6-0 • 197 • R/R ST. CHARLES, MO. (FRANCIS HOWELL)

2009

G-GS 19-5 14-12 16-16 49-33

3B 2 4 4 10

JAMES ALLEN

• ABCA First Team All-American (2009) • Baseball America First Team All-American (2009) • Collegiate Baseball First Team All-American (2009) • NCBWA First Team All-American (2009) • PING!Baseball First Team All-American (2009) • Rivals.com First Team All-American (2009)

CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L 2007 3.78 4-2 2008 6.04 4-4 2009 2.09 14-1 TOTAL 3.44 22-7

2B 17 17 15 49

• NCBWA First Team All-American (2011) • Collegiate Baseball Third Team All-American

2011 Earned All-America honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and Collegiate Baseball... Was also a First Team All-Big 12 selection and a First Team Academic All-Big 12 pick... One of the top closers in the country with 17 saves, which was tied for seventh nationally and second in the Big 12... His 17 saves set a new school record and ranked sixth in Big 12 history... Also set the career mark and finished tied for fourth in Big 12 history with 31 saves... Was named to the midseason watch list for the NCBWA Stopper of the Year award, while he was also a candidate for the NCBWA Dick Howser Trophy and the College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year award... Made 29 appearances, holding a 3-1 record and a 1.35 ERA... His 29 appearances were tied for third in school history, while his 81 career relief outings were second in K-State history... Drafted in the seventh round by the Cincinnati Reds. CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L 2009 5.50 2-1 2010 2.28 5-1 2011 1.35 3-1 TOTAL 2.92 10-3

G-GS CG 24-0 0 28-0 0 29-0 0 81-0 0

SV 5 9 17 31

IP 36.0 47.1 40.0 123.1

H 42 31 25 98

R 23 12 6 41

ER 22 12 6 40

BB 12 14 11 37

SO 41 42 45 128

HR 3 1 0 4

B/Avg. .302 .189 .179 .221

WP HBP 1 10 0 7 2 1 3 18

BK 0 0 0 0


ALL-AMERICANS

ROSS KIVETT

7

2B • 6-1 • 195 • R/R BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OHIO (ST. EDWARD)

• American Baseball Coaches Association Second Team All-American (2013) • Baseball America Third Team All-American (2013) • Collegiate Baseball Third Team All-American (2013) • Big 12 Player of the Year (2013)

2013 The 2013 Big 12 Player of the Year who became the fourth Wildcat since 2009 to earn multiple All-America honors in the last five years... Finished his junior campaign hitting .360 with 15 doubles, four triples, three home runs and 39 RBI... Helped lead K-State to its first conference championship in 80 years as he ranked second in the Big 12 with a .376 average against league foes... Also went 6-for-12 with two home runs and five RBI to earn MVP honors in the NCAA Manhattan Regional, leading the Wildcats to their first regional title... A First Team All-Big 12 and American Baseball Coaches Association All-Midwest Region honoree... Played in every game during K-State’s historic season and finished in the top 10 of four offensive categories in single-season school history... Selected in the 10th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft by the Cleveland Indians, but did not sign and elected to return to school for his senior season. CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 2011 .314 48-38 2012 .286 58-58 2013 .360 64-64 TOTAL .323 170-160

AB 156 224 261 641

R H 29 49 46 64 57 94 132 207

2B 4 10 15 29

3B 1 5 4 10

HR 0 0 3 3

RBI 19 28 39 86

BB 11 33 29 73

SO 21 26 27 74

SB-A 8-13 25-29 26-36 59-78

PO 28 112 120 260

JARED KING

A 23 170 208 401

E 2 6 5 13

FLD% .962 .979 .985 .981

24

OF • 6-1 • 200 • S/L DUBLIN, OHIO (JEROME)

• Perfect Game Second Team All-American (2013)

2013 A First Team All-Big 12 performer who was also named the 2013 Big 12 Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year... Hit .335 with 16 doubles, two triples, seven home runs and a team-leading 53 RBI... Also paced the team with a .523 slugging percentage and was third on the squad with 14 steals.... Placed in the top 10 of the Big 12 in 10 offensive categories, including top-five rankings in RBI (second), slugging percentage (fourth), home runs (fourth), total bases (114; fourth) and walks (34; fourth)... Finished his career ranked seventh in sacrifice flies (12), ninth in extra-base hits (73) and 10th in home runs (22)... Also named to the American Baseball Coaches Association All-Midwest Region team... Drafted in the fifth round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft by the New York Mets. CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP-S 2011 .307 50-48 2012 .377 56-56 2013 .335 59-59 TOTAL .342 165-163

AB 176 220 218 614

R H 34 54 49 83 52 73 135 210

2B 12 15 16 43

3B 2 4 2 8

HR 8 7 7 22

RBI 40 47 53 140

BB 15 31 34 80

SO 32 29 22 83

SB-A 13-16 16-20 14-19 43-55

PO 80 134 142 356

A 0 1 2 3

E FLD% 2 .976 3 .978 3 .980 8 .978

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ELDEN AUKER 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 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.

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

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 118

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

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


WILDCATS IN THE MLB DRAFT

PLAYERS DRAFTED SINCE 1965 Year

Player

Pos.

Team

Rd.

Year

Player

Pos.

Team

1965

Joe Beck

1B

Atlanta (Milwaukee)

35

2004

Carlos Torres

RHP

Chicago (AL)

15

1966

Richard Schlesinger

P

Detroit

22

2004

Jared Brite

RHP

Houston

26

1966

Steven Wood

P

Minnesota

35

2005

Steve Murphy

OF

Texas

14

1966

Ernest Recob

OF

New York (AL)

56

2005

Eric Eymann

SS

Cincinnati

19

1968

Richard Long

P

Kansas City

29

2006

Jared Goedert

IF

Cleveland

1968

Barry Herron

C

Seattle

30

2006

Adam Cowart

RHP

1968

Dan Nichols

3B

Los Angeles

37

2006

Scott Bachman**

1968

Larry Largent

P

Kansas City

53

2007

Daniel Edwards%

1968

Bobby Randall

SS

Los Angeles

*7

2007

Eli Rumler

IF

Arizona

39

1969

Jack Woolsey

OF

San Francisco

2

2007

Jason King**

IF

St. Louis

48

1969

Edward Hopkins

1B

Kansas City

4

2008

Nate Tenbrink

IF

Seattle

1969

Steven Wood

P

Cleveland

9

2008

Byron Wiley

OF

Cincinnati

1969

Bobby Randall

SS

Los Angeles

*2

2008

Trevor Hurley

RHP

Texas

22

1969

Barry Herron

C

Cleveland

*8

2008

Daniel Edwards

RHP

Philadelphia

25

1970

Bill Huisman

2B

Chicago (NL)

13

2008

Justin Murray

RHP

Oakland

29

1971

Charles Coe

SS

Detroit

*1

2008

Ben Hornbeck

LHP

Oakland

32

1971

Mark Arnold

P

Kansas City

*3

2008

Kyle Hunter**

LHP

Tampa Bay

33

1972

Bill Droege

OF

Chicago (NL)

8

2008

Mike Kindel**

OF

Seattle

43

1972

Bob Lesslie

P

Los Angeles

*1

2008

Kayvon Bahramzadeh**

RHP

Milwaukee

47

1974

Lon Kruger

SS

St. Louis

21

2009

A.J. Morris

RHP

Washington

4

1975

Andy Replogle

P

St. Louis

9

2009

Justin Bloxom

OF

Washington

11

1976

Ted Power

P

Los Angeles

5

2009

Drew Biery

IF

San Francisco

22

1977

Greg Korbe

OF

Cincinnati

18

2009

Gerardo Esquivel**

RHP

Chicago (NL)

24

1978

Greg Korbe

OF

New York (NL)

26

2009

Rob Vaughn

C

Chicago (AL)

30

1981

Antonio Triplett

SS

Texas

12

2009

Lance Hoge

LHP

New York (NL)

36

1982

Louie Trujillo

P

Cincinnati

26

2010

Carter Jurica

IF

San Francisco

3

1982

Glynn Perry

OF

New York (AL)

44

2010

Adam Muenster

IF

Cincinnati

29

1984

Cary Colbert

1B

Detroit

27

2010

Johnny Fasola**

RHP

Los Angeles (NL)

36

1987

Mike Hinkle

P

St. Louis

24

2010

Levi Schlick**

LHP

Chicago (AL)

39

1988

Jeff Hulse

C

Kansas City

9

2010

Kyle Hunter%

LHP

New York (AL)

43

1988

Zack Kimbell

P

Kansas City

25

2010

Blake Freeman**

RHP

Tampa Bay

45

1989

Sean Collins

2B

Kansas City

13

2011

Evan Marshall

RHP

Arizona

1989

Jim Haller

P

New York (AL)

24

2011

Jason King

3B

Detroit

4

1991

Brad Rippelmeyer

3B

Atlanta

9

2011

Nick Martini

OF

St. Louis

7

1991

Scott Stroth

OF

San Francisco

23

2011

James Allen

RHP

Cincinnati

1992

Craig Wilson

SS

Chicago (AL)

13

2011

Kyle Hunter

LHP

Seattle

31

1993

Brian Culp

C

Colorado

42

2011

Robert Youngdahl**

LHP

Boston

37

1993

Todd Petering

SS

San Francisco

50

2011

Nate Williams**

RHP

Atlanta

38

1995

Jon Albrecht

P

Kansas City

25

2012

Kayvon Bahramzadeh

RHP

Oakland

24

1996

David Johnson

P

Minnesota

29

2012

Wade Hinkle

1B

Los Angeles (AL)

27

1996

Matt Koeman

P

Cleveland

30

2012

Dan Klein

C

Toronto

28

1997

Heath Schesser

SS

Detroit

5

2012

Jake Brown

SS

Chicago (AL)

30

1997

Eric Yanz

P

Kansas City

8

2012

Blake McFadden**

RHP

Detroit

32

1997

David Johnson

P

Colorado

9

2013

Jared King

OF

New York (NL)

1997

Jon Oiseth

P

San Diego

31

2013

Ross Kivett%

2B

Cleveland

10

1997

Todd Fereday

2B

Chicago (NL)

36

2013

Shane Conlon%

1B

Kansas City

21

1998

Mickey Blount

P

Minnesota

5

2013

Jordan Floyd**

LHP

New York (AL)

25

1998

Pat Hertzel

P

Tampa Bay

14

2013

Tyler Stover**

INF

Colorado

40

1998

Yancy Ayres

C/1B

Kansas City

27

1999

Brandon Peck

P

St. Louis

28

Note: List includes only those who have played for K-State or will play for K-State in 2014; * Denotes Secondary Draft ** Incoming freshman; % Elected not to sign, returned to school

2002

Ross Hawley

RHP

Los Angeles

31

2002

Pat Maloney

OF

Toronto

47

Rd.

9

San Francisco

35

LHP

Colorado

44

RHP

Cleveland

27

7 22

4

7

5

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WILDCATS IN THE MLB DRAFT

BY ORGANIZATION

BY POSITION

Arizona (2): Eli Rumler (2007), Evan Marshall (2011) Atlanta (3): Joe Beck (1965 - Milwaukee), Brad Rippelmeyer (1991), Nate Williams (2011) Boston (1): Robert Youngdahl (2011) Chicago AL (5): Craig Wilson (1992), Carlos Torres (2004), Rob Vaughn (2009), Levi Schlick (2010), Jake Brown (2012) Chicago NL (4): Bill Huisman (1970), Bill Droege (1972), Todd Fereday (1997), Gerardo Esquivel (2009) Cincinnati (6): Greg Korbe (1977), Louie Trujillo (1982), Eric Eymann (2005), Byron Wiley (2008), Adam Muenster (2010), James Allen (2011) Cleveland (6): Steve Wood (1969), Barry Herron (1969*), Matt Koeman (1996), Jared Goedert (2006), Daniel Edwards (2007), Ross Kivett (2013) Colorado (4): Brian Culp (1993), David Johnson (1997), Scott Bachman (2006), Tyler Stover (2013) Detroit (6): Richard Schlesinger (1966), Charles Coe (1971*), Cary Colbert (1984), Heath Schesser (1997), Jason King (2011), Blake McFadden (2012) Houston (1): Jared Brite (2004) Kansas City (11): Richard Long (1968), Larry Largent (1968), Edward Hopkins (1969), Mark Arnold (1971*), Jeff Hulse (1988), Zack Kimbell (1988), Sean Collins (1989), Jon Albrecht (1995), Eric Yanz (1997), Yancy Ayres (1998), Shane Conlon (2013) Milwaukee (1): Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2008) Minnesota (3): Steven Wood (1966), David Johnson (1996), Mickey Blount (1998) New York AL (5): Ernest Recob (1966), Glynn Perry (1982), Jim Haller (1989), Kyle Hunter (2010), Jordan Floyd (2013) New York NL (3): Greg Korbe (1978), Lance Hoge (2009), Jared King (2013) Los Angeles AL (1): Wade Hinkle (2012) Los Angeles NL (7): Dan Nichols (1968), Bobby Randall (1968* and 1969*), Bob Lesslie (1972*), Ted Power (1976), Ross Hawley (2002), Johnny Fasola (2010) Oakland (4): Bobby Randall (1968 and 1969), Ben Hornbeck (2008), Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2012) Philadelphia (1): Daniel Edwards (2008) San Diego (1): Jon Oiseth (1997) San Francisco (6): Jack Woolsey (1969), Scott Stroth (1991), Todd Petering (1993), Adam Cowart (2006), Drew Biery (2009), Carter Jurica (2010) Seattle (4): Barry Herron (1968), Nate Tenbrink (2008), Mike Kindel (2008), Kyle Hunter (2011) St. Louis (6): Lon Kruger (1974), Andy Replogle (1975), Mike Hinkle (1987), Brandon Peck (1999), Jason King (2007), Nick Martini (2011) Tampa Bay (3): Pat Hertzel (1998), Kyle Hunter (2008), Blake Freeman (2010) Texas (3): Antonio Triplett (1981), Steve Murphy (2005), Trevor Hurley (2008) Toronto (1): Pat Maloney (2002) Washington (2): A.J. Morris (2009), Justin Bloxom (2009)

Pitchers (49): Richard Schlesinger (1966), Steven Wood (1966), Richard Long (1968), Larry Largent (1968), Steven Wood (1969), Mark Arnold (1971*), Bob Lesslie (1972*), Andy Replogle (1975), Ted Power (1976), Louie Trujillo (1982), Mike Hinkle (1987), Zack Kimbell (1988), Jim Haller (1989), Jon Albrecht (1995), David Johnson (1996), Matt Koeman (1996), Eric Yanz (1997), David Johnson (1997), Jon Oiseth (1997), Mickey Blount (1998), Pat Hertzel (1998), Brandon Peck (1999), Ross Hawley (2002), Carlos Torres (2004), Jared Brite (2004), Adam Cowart (2006), Scott Bachman (2006), Daniel Edwards (2007), Trevor Hurley (2008), Daniel Edwards (2008), Justin Murray (2008), Ben Hornbeck (2008), Kyle Hunter (2008), Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2008), A.J. Morris (2009), Gerardo Esquivel (2009), Lance Hoge (2009), Johnny Fasola (2010), Levi Schlick (2010), Kyle Hunter (2010), Blake Freeman (2010), Evan Marshall (2011), James Allen (2011), Kyle Hunter (2011), Robert Youngdahl (2011), Nate Williams (2011), Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2012), Blake McFadden (2012), Jordan Floyd (2013) Catchers (7): Barry Herron (1968*), Barry Herron (1969), Jeff Hulse (1988), Brian Culp (1993), Yancy Ayres (1998), Rob Vaughn (2009), Dan Klein (2012) First Base (6): Joe Beck (1965), Edward Hopkins (1969), Cary Colbert (1984), Wade Hinkle (2012), Shane Conlon (2013), Tyler Stover (2013) Second Base (5): Bill Huisman (1970), Sean Collins (1989), Todd Fereday (1997), Jared Goedert (2006), Ross Kivett (2013) Third Base (6): Dan Nichols (1968), Brad Rippelmeyer (1991), Nate Tenbrink (2008), Drew Biery (2009), Adam Muenster (2010), Jason King (2011) Shortstop (12): Bobby Randall (1968*), Bobby Randall (1969*), Charles Coe (1971*), Lon Kruger (1974), Antonio Triplett (1981), Craig Wilson (1992), Todd Petering (1993), Heath Schesser (1997), Eric Eymann (2005), Eli Rumler (2007), Carter Jurica (2010), Jake Brown (2012) Outfield (15): Ernest Recob (1966), Jack Woolsey (1969), Bill Droege (1972), Greg Korbe (1977), Greg Korbe (1987), Glynn Perry (1982), Scott Stroth (1991), Pat Maloney (2002), Steve Murphy (2005), Jason King (2007), Byron Wiley (2008), Mike Kindel (2008), Justin Bloxom (2009), Nick Martini (2011), Jared King (2013)

BY ROUND First (2): Charles Coe (1971*), Bob Lesslie (1972*) Second (2): Jack Woolsey (1969), Bobby Randall (1969*) Third (2): Mark Arnold (1971*), Carter Jurica (2010) Fourth (4): Edward Hopkins (1969), A.J. Morris (2009), Evan Marshall (2011), Jason King (2011) Fifth (4): Ted Power (1976), Heath Schesser (1997), Mickey Blount (1998), Jared King (2013) Seventh (4): Bobby Randall (1968*), Nate Tenbrink (2008), Nick Martini (2011), James Allen (2011) Eighth (3): Barry Herron (1969*), Bill Droege (1972), Eric Yanz (1997) Ninth (6): Steven Wood (1969), Andy Replogle (1975), Jeff Hulse (1988), Brad Rippelmeyer (1991), David Johnson (1997), Jared Goedert (2006) 10th (1): Ross Kivett (2013) 11-20 (10): Bill Huisman (1970), Greg Korbe (1977), Antonio Tripplett (1981), Sean Collins (1989), Craig Wilson (1992), Pat Hertzel (1998), Carlos Torres (2004), Steve Murphy (2005), Eric Eymann (2005), Justin Bloxom (2009) 21-30 (32): Richard Schlesinger (1966), Richard Long (1968), Barry Herron (1968), Lon Kruger (1974), Greg Korbe (1978), Louie Trujillo (1982), Cary Colbert (1984), Mike Hinkle (1987), Zack Kimbell (1988), Jim Haller (1989), Scott Stroth (1991), Jon Albrecht (1995), David Johnson (1996), Matt Koeman (1996), Yancy Ayres (1998), Brandon Peck (1999), Jared Brite (2004), Daniel Edwards (2007), Byron Wiley (2008), Trevor Hurley (2008), Daniel Edwards (2008), Justin Murray (2008), Drew Biery (2009), Gerardo Esquivel (2009), Rob Vaughn (2009), Adam Muenster (2010), Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2012), Wade Hinkle (2012), Dan Klein (2012), Jake Brown (2012), Shane Conlon (2013), Jordan Floyd (2013) 31-40 (18): Joe Beck (1965), Steve Wood (1966), Dan Nichols (1968), Jon Oiseth (1997), Todd Fereday (1997), Ross Hawley (2002), Adam Cowart (2006), Eli Rumler (2007), Ben Hornbeck (2008), Kyle Hunter (2008), Lance Hoge (2009), Johnny Fasola (2010), Levi Schlick (2010), Kyle Hunter (2010), Kyle Hunter (2011), Robert Youngdahl (2011), Nate Williams (2011), Blake McFadden (2012) 41-50 (10): Glynn Perry (1982), Brian Culp (1993), Todd Petering (1993), Pat Maloney (2002), Scott Bachman (2006), Jason King (2007), Mike Kindel (2008), Kayvon Bahramzadeh (2008), Blake Freeman (2010), Tyler Stover (2013) 51+ (2): Ernest Recob (1966), Larry Largent (1968)

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2013 WILDCAT PRO RECAP James Allen - Years at K-State: 2009-11 Year Team League 2011 Billings PIO (R) 2012 Dayton MID (Low A) Louisville INT (AAA) 2013 Bakersfield CAL (A+) Career Three Seasons

W-L 2-0 8-4 0-0 9-11 19-15

SV 7 0 0 0 7

ERA 1.26 3.72 12.00 4.86 4.13

G 22 33 1 28 84

Kayvon Bahramzadeh - Years at K-State: 2009-11 Year Team League W-L 2012 AZL Athletics AZL (R) 1-2 2013 Vermont NYPL (A) 1-1 Career Two Seasons 2-3

SV 0 1 1

ERA 7.30 1.80 5.37

G 13 11 24

Justin Bloxom - Years at K-State: 2007-09 Year Team League 2009 Vermont NYP (SS A) 2010 Hagerstown SAL (Low A) 2011 Potomac CAR (High A) 2012 Potomac CAR (High A) Harrisburg EAS (AA) 2013 Harrisburg EAS (AA) Career Five Seasons

G 67 104 88 65 68 131 523

AB 228 418 320 224 243 460 1893

R 31 66 36 35 26 56 250

AVG .228 .309 .259 .259 .251 .250 .263

GS 0 11 0 28 39

GS 10 0 10

SH 0 0 0 0 0<