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2013 Information Guide

VINCENT-BECK STADIUM

The home of Lamar Baseball since 1969, Vincent-Beck Stadium is a showpiece among college baseball stadiums in the Southwest. Originally named Cardinal Field, the facility was renamed in honor of Al Vincent and Bryan Beck in 1981. It currently boasts of a seating capacity of 3,500 with more than 700 chairbacks. The facility has undergone a number of major upgrades over the past few years, including the installation of Olympia Turf in the infield, a new press box, a scoreboard with a video screen and a complete renovation of the Lamar locker room. In 2010 work was completed on the state-of-the art H.D. “Tex� and Emma Strait Indoor Training Facility which is located behind the first base dugout.

CARDINAL BASEBALL QUICK FACTS

School Name.................... Lamar University Location............................. Beaumont, Texas Founded................................................ 1923 Enrollment....................................... 14,522 Nickname....................................... Cardinals Colors................................... Red and White Conference.................................. Southland Facility....................... Vincent-Beck Stadium President....................... Dr. James Simmons Director of Athletics.... Jason Henderson Associate AD/SWA................... Helene Thill Athletics Phone................... 409.880.2248

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach............................... Jim Gilligan Record at LU...... 1,218-790-6 (35 seasons) Career Record... 1,228-800-6 (36 seasons) Office Phone........................ 409.880.8135 Assistant Coach.................. Jim Ricklefsen Scott Hatten Nick Camp

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts.................................................. 1 Athletics Website....................................... 2 Schedule..................................................... 3 Lamar........................................................... 4 Southeast Texas...................................... 12 Sports Performance............................... 14 Athletic Training..................................... 15

The Team Coaches and Support Staff................... 18 Roster...................................................... 26 Players..................................................... 27

History 2012 Statistics....................................... Team Accomplishments............................ All-Time Awards....................................... All-Time Draft Picks................................ LU Major Leaguers................................. All-Time Letterwinners........................... Team and Individual Records.................. Yearly Leaders......................................... All-Time Results......................................

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MEDIA RELATIONS

Asst. A.D./Media Relations....... Erik J. Cox Asst. Dir./Tennis Contact.......... Clay Trainum Office Phone.................. 409.880.7845 Cell Phone..................... 409.651.5588 E-mail.............. clay.trainum@lamar.edu

CREDITS - The 2013 Lamar Baseball Information Guide is a production of the Lamar Media Relations office. It was written, edited and designed by assistant Director Clay Trainum. Photography provided by Matt Billiot, Clay Trainum and MLB.

LAMAR BASEBALL

OFFICIAL WEBSITE LamarCardinals.com serves as the premier destination for information about Lamar University athletics. Maintained by the LU Media Relations department, the website provides up-to-date statistics, stories and video covering all 17 of the school’s varsity sports.

LU SOCIAL MEDIA Keep up with #LUBaseball via social media platforms at Twitter.com/LamarCards, Facebook.com/LamarAthletics, and YouTube.com/Lamar1video

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2013 SCHEDULE Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 19

Vincent-Beck Stadium Vincent-Beck Stadium Vincent-Beck Stadium Baton Rouge, La.

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YMBL CARDINAL CLASSIC Feb. 22 Creighton Vincent-Beck Stadium Feb. 23 Washington Vincent-Beck Stadium Feb. 23 Creighton Vincent-Beck Stadium Feb. 24 Washington Vincent-Beck Stadium

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The J.B. Higgins Weight room is located on the bottom floor of the (athletic complex). Open since September 2010, the sport performance facility is the training home for all of the Lamar Athletic Teams. The facility has 8,000 square feet of functional work out space, three offices, one storage room for equipment and supplements, and a media room (total of 10,000 square feet). Sport Performance Staff Director – Scott Reeves, MS, MSCC, CSCS, USAW Assistant Director – Joshua Miller, SCCC, USAW

Equipment

16 Power Racks with Olympic Platforms 24 Benches 60 pair of Dumbbells – (5 – 140 lbs.) 4 Reverse Hyperextensions 4 Glute Ham Machines 2 Leg Press

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8 24” Plyo Boxes 8 18” Plyo Boxes 4 Bear Squat Machines 1 Hip Machine 2 Neck Machines 2 Lat-Pull Machines 2 Shoulder Press Machines 12 Adjustable Hurdles

Cardio Equipment 3 Treadmills 3 Cross trainers 3 Stationary Bikes 3 Recumbent Bikes 3 Ellipticals 1 Arm Ergometer

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HEAD COACH LAMAR BASEBALL

Jim Gilligan

36th Season Record at Lamar: 1,218-790-6 Career Record: 1,228-800-6 Alma Mater: Lamar, 1969

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LAMAR BASEBALL With A 7-4 victory over the University of Houston on April 27, 2011, Jim Gilligan reached yet another milestone in his long and storied baseball-coaching career. It was Gilligan’s 1,200th victory, placing him in an elite circle with only five other active NCAA Division 1 coaches. Gilligan’s victory total was at 1,228 when the 2012 season ended, and it’s a great source of pride for Lamar University that 1,218 of those victories have been achieved over the 35 seasons during which he has worn a Cardinal uniform as head coach. Counting his playing career and his time as an assistant coach, Gilligan has faithfully served Lamar for some 39 years. Over this span, Gilligan has guided the Cardinals to 12 NCAA Regional Tournaments, the most recent being in 2010 when the team swept its way through the Southland Conference Tournament in Corpus Christi. Gilligan was inducted into the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004, and the City of Beaumont thought so highly of him that the city council voted unanimously in 2010 to rename the stretch of Florida Avenue running adjacent to Vincent-Beck Stadium Jim Gilligan Way. Additionally, Gilligan was honored as a Distinguished Lamar Alum. Gilligan has won six conference Coach of the Year awards - five in the Southland and one in the Sun Belt. He has guided the Cardinals to 12 conference championships and five conference tournament championships, and he has sent over 150 players into professional baseball and many others on to baseballcoaching careers. In recognition of these accomplishments and many others, Gilligan was inducted last spring into the Southland Conference Hall of Honor, joining seven other former Lamar dignitaries who earned the same distinction. They are football coach/athletics director J.B. Higgins, university president F.L. McDonald, men’s basketball coach/athletics director Billy Tubbs, women’s athletics director Belle Mead Holm, track and field coach/athletics director Sonny Jolly, volleyball coach Katrinka Jo Crawford and athletic trainer/administrator Paul Zeek. “When the proposed street name change came up before the council, I had no doubt it would be unanimous,” said Becky Ames, Beaumont’s mayor, during the dedication ceremonies for the naming of Jim Gil-

ligan Way. “We all love Coach Gilligan. “We can now proudly drive down this street renamed in honor of this man who has done so much for Lamar University and the city of Beaumont. He has touched so many people in so many different ways.” Gilligan, who coached the 2010 Cardinals to the SLC Tournament championship and to their 13th NCAA regional appearance, ranks sixth among the NCAA’s active coaches in career victories with 1,218 (his first 10 came in one season at Western New Mexico). Gilligan is a Lamar graduate, having earned a bachelor’s degree in 1969 and a master’s in 1970, whose head-coaching tenure at his alma mater is split into two periods. In coaching the Cardinals for 14 seasons (1973-1986), he guided LU to seven SLC championships, six NCAA Regional appearances and two SLC zone titles. Gilligan’s teams played twice in NCAA regional semifinals, one step from a shot at the College World Series. He garnered his 500th victory in 1986, becoming the youngest coach to do so at the time. After a five-year foray into professional baseball, Gilligan returned to Lamar for the 1992 season. He wasted little time in rebuilding the program, and the Cardinals won the 1993 Sun Belt Conference championship and advanced to the NCAA Central Regional. Since Gilligan’s return, Lamar has won three conference championships, four conference tournament championships and appeared in six more NCAA Regionals.

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GILLIGAN at LAMAR

1,218 Victories 122 All-Conference Honorees

73 Major League Draftees

12 Southland

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11 Major Leaguers

Among Gilligan’s greatest honors was his 2004 induction into the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame alongside Houston Astros legends Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio and Kenny Rogers of the Texas Rangers. Between his stints at Lamar, Gilligan managed the 1987 Salt Lake Trappers of the Pioneer League when they broke a 68-year-old professional record by winning 29 consecutive games. To recognize the achievement, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., created a permanent display featuring Gilligan’s No. 29 jersey. Gilligan’s 1981 Cardinals won a school-record 54 games, and his teams have reached the 35-victory level on 21 other occasions. Gilligan’s overall record is 1,228-800-6 (.605) which ranks him as the 24th all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division I history in wins. He has a 1,218-790-6 (.607) record at Lamar. Gilligan led the Cardinals to their 10th SLC regular season title in 2004. Lamar also made its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance as the No. 3 seed at the Houston Regional, hosted by Rice University. Lamar lost to second-seeded Texas A&M and was eliminated by host and top-seeded Rice. In 2003, Gilligan guided Lamar to its ninth SLC regular season title and a spot in the NCAA Regional in Austin. The Cardinals came within one win of advancing to an NCAA Super Regional after pushing the host Longhorns to a championship game.

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LAMAR BASEBALL Texas pulled out a 6-3 win over the Cardinals and went on to participate in the College World Series. Gilligan has coached 82 first-team, all-conference players and sent over 150 players into professional baseball. Gilligan’s trademark is getting the most out of his players, especially the pitching staff, having been a pitcher himself. He took an overachieving club in 1995 which placed fourth in the Sun Belt’s regular season race to Jacksonville, Fla., for the conference tournament. Four days later, the Cardinals came back to Beaumont (after beating the host Dolphins in back-to-back games) to celebrate their SBC Tournament championship and prepare for a berth in the NCAA Regionals. Lamar played in the Midwest I Regional in Wichita, Kan., where they beat host Wichita State twice and lost to eventual College World Series participant Stanford twice. At least part of the appeal of the Cardinal program stems from Gilligan’s days as a player at Lamar to add to his 37 seasons of coaching in Beaumont (two as an assistant to Bill Vincent). Lamar has played for the conference championship on the last day of the season in 18 of those seasons. A former southpaw pitching star for the Cardinals, Gilligan led Lamar’s 1967 staff in victories (five), earned run average (2.54), and strikeouts (60). He worked as a graduate assistant coach for the Cardinals in 1970 and 1971 after pitching a year in the Detroit Tigers’ organization. In 1972, Gilligan had his only collegiate head coaching stint besides Lamar, going 10-10 at Western New Mexico before returning to the same position at his alma mater in 1973. Before becoming Salt Lake’s manager in 1987, Gilligan served as the Trappers’ pitching coach in 1986. That season, Salt Lake had the best pitching staff in the league, and the Trappers won the Pioneer League championship.

GILLIGAN YEAR-BY-YEAR Western New Mexico 1972 10-10 .500 Lamar Year W-L Pct. Conf. Pct. 1973 11-15 .423 6-12 .333 1974 23-21 .523 9-6 .600 1975 27-26 .509 10-5 .667 1976 35-15 .700 10-5 .667 1977 37-14-2 .725 13-2 .867 1978 40-15 .727 14-6 .700 1979 44-16-1 .733 15-5 .750 1980 46-22-2 .676 15-5 .750 1981 54-26 .675 12-4 .750 1982 36-28 .563 13-3 .813 1983 38-32 .543 9-8 .529 1984 45-22 .672 16-2 .889 1985 35-24 .593 15-2 .882 1986 33-23 .589 9-6 .600 1992 31-22 .585 10-9 .526 1993 44-18 .710 13-5 .722 1994 36-23 .610 16-8 .667 1995 38-24 .613 16-11 .593 1996 26-29 .473 11-16 .407 1997 32-19-1 .627 13-11 .542 1998 26-27 .491 15-9 .625 1999 34-21 .618 12-14 .462 2000 27-27 .500 11-16 .407 2001 37-24 .607 13-14 .481 2002 36-24 .600 16-11 .593 2003 40-18 .690 20-6 .769 2004 41-16 .719 18-8 .692 2005 38-23 .623 16-11 .593 2006 35-23 .603 19-11 .633 2007 34-25 .576 20-10 .667 2008 35-23 .603 20-10 .667 2009 38-22 .633 20-13 .606 2010 35-26 .574 16-17 .485 2011 29-27 .518 15-18 .455 2012 22-30 .423 14-19 .424 TOTAL 1,218-790-6 .606 460-305 .601 Career 1228-800-6 .605

The primary goal Gilligan has yet to reach is a berth in the College World Series. It’s an objective he plans to fulfill as part of his commitment to the Cardinals’ program. Gilligan and his wife LaVerne reside in Beaumont. LaVerne has been instrumental in the success of the annual Lamar Baseball Banquet and also assists in securing outfield billboard sponsors.

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH LAMAR BASEBALL

Jim Ricklefsen

15th Season Alma Mater: McNeese State, 1985 Hometown: Houston, Texas

On the heels of Lamar’s Southland Conference Tournament championship and resulting run to the 2010 NCAA Fort Worth Regional, Cardinal baseball coach Jim Gilligan announced the promotion of longtime assistant Jim Ricklefsen to Associate Head Coach. Ricklefsen has now completed his 14th season with the Cardinals baseball program, a run over which he has helped the program advance to four NCAA Regionals. Lamar has won at least 35 games in nine of Ricklefsen’s 14 seasons. “Very seldom in our profession do you see good assistant coaches stay in one spot for so long, but Jimmy has been very loyal to me and our program,” said Gilligan. “I felt an obligation to elevate his status. I’m having too much fun to retire, but I feel Jimmy deserves to be recognized for his work.” Ricklefsen came to Lamar after spending 11 seasons at McNeese State, the final three as head coach. The Houston native posted an 81-79 record with the Cowboys, including tying the school record for wins in a season with a 41-16 campaign in 1995. The Cowboys’ .719 winning percentage that season set a school record. “I am honored that Coach Gilligan would think about me along these lines,” noted Ricklefsen on the title change. “I owe a lot to Lamar and to Coach Gilligan, and I consider this my home. “One of our biggest strengths is the continuity of our coaching staff, and the administration has really taken care of us so we could stay together.” Ricklefsen serves as the recruiting coordinator for the Cardinals in addition to coaching third base, working with the infielders, defensive alignment and assisting with the hitters.

Lamar in the hunt for a conference championship on a regular basis. Ricklefsen’s Cowboys finished second in the Southland Conference standings in 1995 and second in the league tournament. McNeese sent 10 players from that squad to the professional ranks, the highest number for any school in the nation that year. “Jimmy did an outstanding job at McNeese,” said Gilligan. “He is an excellent recruiter and a good judge of talent, and he brings a strong work ethic to our program.” Ricklefsen began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at McNeese in 1987. He quickly moved up to the top assistant the next season, and served seven seasons (1988-94) before being named head coach for the 1995 season. McNeese posted a 275-149 record during that time and won one SLC championship and one conference tournament title and made two NCAA Tournament appearances. McNeese State had 32 players sign professional contracts during Ricklefsen’s tenure at the school, and he was directly responsible for recruiting 23 of those players. Ricklefsen played collegiately at McNeese State. He was a three-year starter as both an infielder and outfielder. Ricklefsen posted a career-best .333 batting average during his senior season. He twice led the team in stolen bases and hit 11 career home runs. Ricklefsen played for current Rice University head baseball coach Wayne Graham at San Jacinto Junior College before attending McNeese State. Ricklefsen, a native of Houston, served three years on the NCAA’s Southern Region At-Large Search Advisory Baseball Committee, which recommends at-large teams to be selected to play in NCAA Regionals. An avid fisherman, Ricklefsen prepped at Northbrook High School. He and his wife Andrea have one daughter - Lauren.

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ASSISTANT COACH LAMAR BASEBALL

Scott Hatten

13th Season Alma Mater: New York Tech, 1995 Hometown: Levittown, N.Y.

Scott Hatten is entering his 13th season on the Lamar baseball staff and 15th overall with the program. Hatten, who played for the Cardinals in 1992 and 1993, returned to Lamar in 2000 after spending five seasons as an assistant coach at New York Tech. His responsibilities included serving as third-base coach, hitting instructor and working with the outfielders. He also served as director of facilities. Hatten served as an assistant coach at Beaumont Kelly High School for the 1999-2000 season under head coach Kyle Green, who also played and coached at Lamar. At Lamar, Hatten works with the hitters and outfielders, as well as assisting with the day-to-day operations of the program. He also serves as coordinator of the Jim Gilligan Baseball Summer Camp. “Scott has a tremendous work ethic and does a great job of working with the outfielders and hitters,” said Gilligan. “He does a good job for us in recruiting and has really done a great job in setting up our summer and specialty camp programs.” During Hatten’s tenure on the staff, the Cardinals have won two Southland Conference regular-season championships and three Southland Conference Tournament titles and appeared in four NCAA Regional Tournaments. Lamar has been nationally ranked in five of the past nine seasons, including No. 22 in the final Collegiate Baseball poll in 2003. The Cardinals were ranked for five consecutive weeks during the 2004 season.

In addition, Lamar has set team records in batting average (.318 in 2003), hits (643 in 2003) and doubles (152 in 2001) during Hatten’s tenure as hitting coach. Outfielder Jordan Foster (2001-2004) became the school’s all-time leader in batting average (.374), hits (256) and doubles (63), and he remains the leader in the latter two departments. Hatten began his collegiate career at New York Tech, where he lettered from 1990-1991. A left fielder, he helped New York Tech win the 1990 ECAC Diamond Conference Championship. New York Tech suspended athletics for one year following the 1991 season, and Hatten transfered to Lamar for the 1992 and 1993 seasons. He batted .329 with seven home runs and 29 runs batted in in his final season at New York Tech. As a senior in 1993, Hatten helped Lamar post a 44-18 record, and the Cardinals won the Sun Belt Conference regular season and tournament titles. Lamar earned an appearance in the NCAA Central I Regional in College Station. In two seasons as a Cardinal, Hatten hit .263 with 56 runs scored, 36 runs batted in and 30 stolen bases. He batted .301 in 1992 and led the team with 18 stolen bases and 38 walks. A native of Levittown, N.Y., Hatten prepped at Division Avenue High School, where he led the Dragons to the 1989 Long Island Championship and a spot in the state championship game. He batted .429 with 56 stolen bases that year and was named All-Long Island and all-conference. Hatten is married to the former Kim Jones, and the couple has one daugher - Kaitlyn.

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Volunteer Assistant LAMAR BASEBALL

Nick Camp

First Season Alma Mater: Sam Houston State, 2011 Hometown: Houston, Texas

Nick Camp enters his first season with the Lamar baseball team after operating in an assistant capacity for Central Methodist University last season.

As a player, Camp played two seasons for Galveston College before transferring to Sam Houston State. Unfortunately, shoulder surgeries cut short his playing career, and he joined the staff of SHSU, helping mostly in field maintenance . This season, Camp will assist primarily with the Cardinals pitching staff as well as a number of other duties.

While with CMU, Camp helped the Eagles to the Championship Round of the Heart of America Athletic Camp is a native of Houston, Texas. Conference Tournament for the first time in 30 years and improvements in most statistical categories, including a more than 30-point swing in batting average and a 40-run jump in production. Following the 2012 season, the Eagles took home the NAIA’s Five Star Champions of Character Team Award. The honor, which is bestowed upon just one team per season, recognizes those that demonstrate integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and leadership in every day situations.

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SUPPORT STAFF Corey Troxell | Director of Operations Corey Troxell is in his first season as Lamar’s Director of Baseball Operations. The Fort Worth native is responsible for building and maintaining alumni relations as well as a number of other administrative tasks for the team. Prior to LU, Troxell was employed as a sales executive and ticket director for the Fort Worth Cats baseball team and a member of TCU’s sports marketing staff. A 2009 graduate of TCU, Troxell earned his MBA from Lamar in 2012.

Nolan Frost | Clubhouse Manager Nolan Frost enters his third season working with the Lamar baseball team and his second as the director of clubhouse operations. Frost assists in a number of gameday activities as well as maintaining the team’s clubhouse. He’s also coordinates the team’s equipment. Frost is a native of Port Arthur and a graduate of Monsignor Kelly High School in Beaumont.

Aaron LaVergne | Student Assistant Aaron LaVergne is in his first season as a student assistant after graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in Houston, Texas. A high school catcher, LaVergne is a former District 24-4A Player of the Year, and he will work primarily with the Cardinal pitching staff.

Dallas Fenn | Athletic Trainer Dallas Fenn is in his third season as the primary athletic trainer for Lamar Baseball. A graduate assistant for his first two seasons in Beaumont, Fenn is a native of Wichita, Kansas, and graduated from Sterling College in 2011.

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2013 ROSTER No. Name Pos. 1 Joe Arechiga OF 3 Andrew Dewey INF 5 Chase Angelle LHP 6 Eric Harrington RHP 7 Jude Vidrine OF 8 Aaron Olivas INF 9 Sam Bumpers INF 11 Kyle Tucker OF 12 Ben Coram RHP 13 Jonathan Dziedzic LHP 14 V.J. Bunner INF 16 Darian Johnson INF 17 Brandon Provost C 18 Collin Chapman RHP 20 Jake Sutton OF 21 Zach Luevanos C 22 Garret Autrey OF 23 Brad Picha INF 24 Seth Dornak INF 26 Hunter Perry RHP 28 Lance Warren LHP 30 Ryan Mossakowski INF 31 Brett Brown RHP 34 Trevor Swint RHP 35 Travis Moore LHP 36 Colby Holzapfel LHP 37 David Carver LHP 38 Tom Elsom RHP 39 Holden Holsomback C 41 Jayson McKinley RHP 42 Jerin Spikes RHP 46 Wade Konvicka LHP 48 Will Hibbs RHP 51 J.T. Autrey RHP

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Wt. Class Hometown (Previous School) 160 So. Pasadena, Texas (Memorial HS) 170 R-Sr. Dayton, Texas (Angelina College) 185 R-So. Orange, Texas (Orangefield HS) 185 R-Sr. Groves, Texas (Port Neches-Groves HS) 205 R-Jr. Nederland, Texas (Nederland HS) 160 Sr. El Paso, Texas (Cisco College) 170 Jr. Bourbonnais, Ill. (Iowa Western CC) 180 Fr. Humble, Texas (Humble HS) 210 Sr. Lake Jackson, Texas (Alvin CC) 190 R-Jr. Humble, Texas (Atascocita HS) 200 Sr. Vidor, Texas (Vidor HS) 195 Sr. Chandler, Ariz. (Mesa CC) 180 So. Port Neches, Texas (North Central Texas College) 200 So. Leander, Texas (Leander HS) 190 Jr. Mesquite, Texas (Navarro College) 180 Sr. Corpus Christi, Texas (Seminole State College) 215 Sr. Stephenville, Texas (Navarro College) 210 Sr. Stephenville, Texas (Paris JC) 205 Sr. Pearland, Texas (Galveston JC) 195 Jr. Waco, Texas (McLennan CC) 190 Jr. Farmers Branch, Texas (Paris JC) 215 Jr. Frisco, Texas (Northwest Mississippi JC) 200 Fr. Nederland, Texas (Nederland HS) 175 Sr. Baytown, Texas (Alvin CC) 205 Fr. Pearland, Texas (Pearland HS) 190 Fr. Kountze, Texas (Kountze HS) 180 Jr. Reseda, Calif. (Pierce College) 225 Jr. Denton, Texas (North Lake College) 160 Fr. Kirbyville, Texas (Kirbyville HS) 185 Fr. Friendswood, Texas (Friendswood HS) 215 Jr. Village Mills, Texas (Angelina College) 190 R-So. Richmond, Texas (Alvin CC) 235 Fr. Friendswood, Texas (Friendswood HS) 215 Jr. Stephenville, Texas (Navarro College)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Jim Gilligan (36th Season) Associate Head Coach: Jim Ricklefsen (15th Season) Assistant Coach: Scott Hatten (13th Season) Volunteer Assistant: Nick Camp (First Season) Director of Operations: Corey Troxell (First Season) Student Assistant: Aaron LaVergne (First Season) Clubhouse Manager: Nolan Frost (Third Season)

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Garret Autrey

Senior Previous School: Navarro College Hometown: Stephenville, Texas 2012: Played in all 52 games with 50 starts, all in the outfield … Put up .299 batting average with 25 runs scored, 11 doubles, three triples and four home runs … Slugged .441 with a .330 on-base percentage … Knocked in 29 runs with five stolen bases … Went 3-for-5 with a triple, run and pair of runs batted in win at Baylor on March 3 … Hammered a walk-off home run in his only atbat against Houston Baptist on March 13 … Had 2-for-4 day with two doubles in April 7 win at Stephen F. Austin … Also had RBI and two runs in game … Racked up career-best four RBI in win at Nicholls on April 22 … Finished game 2-for-6 with a triple and run scored … Was 4-for-5 and a home run short of the cycle in May 5 match-up vs. Texas State … Closed out Texas A&M-Corpus Christi series in style, going 3-for-5 with two runs and a RBI on May 13 … Ended season with an 8-for-15 series at UTSA with two scores, two RBI and two doubles … Registered a hit in 35 games and multiple hits 19 times … Scored in 22 games and knocked in a run in 20. Junior College: Batted .500 and had a .642 onbase percentage while helping coach Whoa Dill’s Navarro College team post a 46-18 record and capture its first national championship in 2011. ...

Made the 2011 JUCO All-Tournament Team as an outfielder. High School: Played for coach Steve Carroll at Stephenville High School where he batted .430, slugged 11 home runs and stole 25 bases as a senior. ... Also had four doubles and six triples and drove in 31 runs while earning the District 8-4A Most Valuable Player award and earning firstteam all-state recognition. ... Pitched a perfect game against Mansfield Legacy and compiled a 4-0 record with four saves and a 1.80 earned run average. ... Helped Stephenville post a 22-10 record and win a Class 4A regional championship while earning first-team all-state honors as an outfielder and honorable mention recognition as a pitcher. Personal: Garret Reed Autrey was born on May 8, 1991 in Stephenville,Texas. ... Parents are Larry and Phyllis Autrey of Stephenville, Texas. ... Older brothers Heath and Leighton Autrey both played baseball at Texas-Pan American. ... Heath is now the head baseball coach at Corsicana High School and was a 2004 draft choice of the Seattle Mariners. ... Younger brother J.T. Autrey pitches for Lamar.

CAREER STATISTICS AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .299 52-50 204 25 61 11 3 4 29 90 .441 9 2 45 5 .330 3 1 5-8 139 2 1 .993 TOTAL .299 52-50 204 25 61 11 3 4 29 90 .441 9 2 45 5 .330 3 1 5-8 139 2 1 .993

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V.J. Bunner

Senior Previous School: Vidor HS Hometown: Vidor, Texas 2012: Played in 31 games with 25 starts, primarily at second base … Hit .263 with 12 scores, 11 runs batted in and six doubles … Walked seven times and carried a .330 on-base percentage … Went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI and a score in March 14 win over Texas Southern … Was 2-for-4 with a double at Houston … Played at both second base and shortstop in 10 inning win at Nicholls on April 20 … Went 2-for-5 at the plate in the game, knocking in the game-winning run with a two-out double in the 10th … Batted in two runs in win over McNeese State on April 29 … Was 5-for-12 with four scores and three walks in final series of the season at UTSA … Recorded a hit in 16 games and scored in 11. 2011: Redshirted. 2010: Played in 33 games, making 12 starts. ... Batted .250 and had one double, one triple and seven runs batted in. ... Had three multi-hit games, including 2-for4 performance with one triple in season finale against Baylor in the NCAA Fort Worth Regional. ... Ended season on a four-game hitting streak, going 5-for-17 to raise average from .234 to .250. ... Has two-season batting average of .259 with four doubles, one triple, two homers and 18 RBIs.

2009: Made 17 starts in 32 games, batting .268 with three doubles, two home runs and 11 runs batted in. ... Recorded six steals on seven attempts. ... Had seasonhigh three hits, including a homer, vs. national power Rice. ... Other homer came in an 11-7 victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. ... Enjoyed two five-game hitting streaks, including one on which he went 9-for-19. ... Went 2-for-4 with a double and scored two runs in a 9-6 win over Texas-Pan American. High School: Four-year starter for coach Kyle Green at Vidor HS ... First-Team All-District 20-4A at shortstop as a junior and senior, following Second Team All-District honors as a sophomore and district Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... Batted .441 as a senior and .375 as a junior. ... Helped team go a combined 41-13 and make the playoffs twice in his last two seasons. ... Hit nine HR in his career ... Hit .375 with 34 hits, six doubles and 24 RBI as a junior. Personal: Victor John Bunner was born 12/23/89 in Norfolk, Va. ... Parents are Victor and Terri Bunner.

CAREER STATISTICS 2009 2010 2012 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .268 32-17 71 .250 33-12 64 .263 31-25 80 .260 96-54 215

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R 17 13 12 42

H 2B 3B HR 19 3 0 2 16 1 1 0 21 6 0 1 56 10 1 3

RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 11 28 .394 7 1 9 1 .338 7 19 .297 6 0 13 0 .310 11 30 .375 7 1 20 1 .330 29 77 .358 20 2 42 2 .326

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SF SH SB 1 2 6-7 1 1 2-2 0 2 0-2 2 5 8-11

PO A E FLD% 19 56 6 .926 32 46 4 .951 47 65 2 .982 98 167 12 .957

PITCHER LAMAR BASEBALL

Ben Coram

Senior Previous School: Alvin CC Hometown: Lake Jackson, Texas 2012: Made 14 appearances on the mound with one start … Posted 1-2 record with a 6.75 ERA over 20.0 innings of work … Also struck out 16 … Tossed a hitless frame in win over Arkansas State on February 17 to pick up the win … Threw another hitless inning in March 7 game at Louisiana Tech … Struck out two over 1.1 innings at Northwestern State. Junior College: Posted .363 batting average and drove in 34 runs last season at Alvin Community College. ... Had five triples. Houston Baptist: Batted .355 and had 27 runs batted in during 2010 season at Houston Baptist University.

High School: Was three-year all-district and all-county selection at Brazoswood High School from 2007-2009 and was first-team All-Greater Houston and first-team All-State in 2009... Batted .488 as a senior for coach Bobby Williams’ Brazoswood team while slugging nine home runs and driving in 44 runs. ... Graduated 12th in class of 555 and was honored as a Magna Cum Laude student after posting a cumulative grade point average of 3.78. during his senior season. Personal: Ben J. Coram was born on Nov. 14, 1990 in Covington, La. ... Parents are Paul and Jonette Coram of Lake Jackson, Texas. ... Uncle Jay Blass played baseball and football at LSU and was drafted by the New York Yankees.

CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L App-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB K 2B 3B HR AB BAA WP HBP 2012 6.75 1-2 14-1 0 0/0 0 20.0 23 19 15 17 16 5 0 0 79 .291 4 1 TOTAL 6.75 1-2 14-1 0 0/0 0 20.0 23 19 15 17 16 5 0 0 79 .291 4 1

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Andrew Dewey

Redshirt-Senior Previous School: Angelina College Hometown: Dayton, Texas 2012: Redshirted. 2011: Saw action in 32 games, including 13 as a starter in first Cardinal season. ... Batted .238, hit one home run and drove in six runs. ... Best outing was 2-for-2 performance in which he stole one base in 10-5 Southland Conference victory over Northwestern State. ... Hit a home run and drove in three runs in 13-12 loss to UTSA. ... Successful on six of seven stolen base attempts. ... Had .958 fielding percentage. Junior College: Played one season under coach Javier Solis at Galveston Junior College and the 2010 season under coach Jeff Livin at Angelina College. ... Helped Angelina post 30-26 record and reach the regional round of the JUCO playoffs last spring. ... As a scholar, named to the President’s List at Galveston JC and to the Deans’ List at Angelina College.

High School: Was a two-time, first-team AllDistrict and All-Southeast Texas selection for Dayton HS in 2006 and 2007. ... Batted .484 and stole 41 bases during senior season. ... Was also two-year, all-district performer at safety for Dayton’s football team. ... Named to the second team, All-Greater Houston Baseball Team in 2007 and also won a Wendy’s All-America award. Personal: Andrew L. Dewey was born on Oct. 10, 1988 in Houston, Texas. ... Parents are William and Trudie Dewey of Dayton, Texas.

CAREER STATISTICS AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2011 .238 32-13 42 10 10 0 0 1 6 13 .310 10 7 17 0 .458 0 1 6-7 29 17 2 .958 TOTAL .238 32-13 42 10 10 0 0 1 6 13 .310 10 7 17 0 .458 0 1 6-7 29 17 2 .958

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Seth Dornak

Senior Previous School: Galveston JC Hometown: Pearland, Texas 2012: Earned All-Southland Honorable Mention ... Appeared in 51 games with 50 starts, primarily at designated hitter ... Hit .310 with 23 scores, 22 runs batted in and 17 walks ... Carried .374 on-base percentage and slugged .390 ... Had 3-for-4 showing with a pair of runs and a pair of RBI in February 26 meeting against Illinois ... Scored twice in win at Baylor on March 4 ... Went 2-for-4 with two RBI in win at Stephen F. Austin on April 5 ... Had a career outing in April 22 win at Nicholls, going 3-for-5 with three RBI, two score and a home run ... Had another three-hit day vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on May 11 ... Followed up two days later with another strong day vs. the Islanders, homering and going 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI to help LU to a win ... Went yard again in the next game and knocked in three scores at UTSA.

Junior College: Made first-team all-conference and first-team all-region as a first baseman and was also an honorable mention All-America selection in 2011 while playing for coach Gary Key’s Galveston College team. ... Batted .414 as a sophomore while collecting 59 hits, nine doubles, four triples, one home run and 31 runs batted in in 48 games. ... Had .556 slugging percentage and was successful on five of seven stolen base attempts. High School: Selected to the first-team All-District 24-5 Team in 2009 and helped lead coach Ben Pardo’s Pearland HS team to a finalist berth in the state tournament. ... Also named to the National Honor Society. Personal: Seth G. Dornak was born on April 15, 1991 in Houston, Texas. ... Parents are Greg and Julie Dornak of Pearland, Texas.

CAREER STATISTICS AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .310 51-50 187 23 58 6 0 3 22 73 .390 17 4 25 4 .374 3 3 1-3 42 1 0 1.000 TOTAL .310 51-50 187 23 58 6 0 3 22 73 .390 17 4 25 4 .374 3 3 1-3 42 1 0 1.000

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PITCHERBASEBALL LAMAR

Eric Harrington

Redshirt-Senior Previous School: Port Neches-Groves HS Hometown: Groves, Texas 2012: Made 15 appearances on the mound with 13 starts ... Led team in innings pitched with 101.0 ... Also ranked fourth in the Southland ... Tossed five complete games and had a 3-9 overall record with a 4.46 ERA and 62 strikeouts ... Struck out four and tossed five three-hit innings in February 17 win over Arkansas State ... Threw 10 scoreless innings, striking out nine and allowing five hits at Central Arkansas on March 9 ... Allowed just two runs over nine innings against Southeastern Louisiana on March 30 ... Earned first victory of the season on April 5 with a complete game and seven Ks at Stephen F. Austin ... Fanned 11 and walked just two over 10 innings to pick up another complete game victory at Nicholls on April 20 ... Tossed nine scoreless frames and gave up five hits in win over McNeese State on April 29. 2011: Made five pitching appearances before being sidelined by a shoulder injury and was granted a medical redshirt. ... Had 2-0 record with a 3.80 earned run average. ... Walked only four batters and struck out 20 over 23.2 innings. ... First victory came with 5.0 innings of work in 12-7 decision over 15th-ranked Rice University. ... Other win came on 7.0 innings of four-hit ball in 14-1 decision over Cal State Northridge. ... Had a caree-high 11 strikeouts against North Dakota State. ... Has won 18 of 22 decisions in two-plus seasons with the Cardinals, giving him an .818 winning percentage, which ranks as the best in school history. ... Has career totals of 141 strikeouts and 53 bases on balls in 207.2 innings. 2010: Compiled 8-3 record and 5.02 earned run average in 17 appearances, including 14 starts. ... Struck out 58 batters and walked 23 in 100.1 innings. ... Has won 16 of 20 decisions in two seasons with the Cardinals, tying him with former Lamar pitcher Jesse Floyd for the second-best winning percentage in school history. .... Hurled four complete games, including 4-0 shutout of Sam Houston State. ... Allowed six hits, struck out three and walked one. ... Pitched the first six innings of season-opening 4-2 victory over Maine. ... Limited the Bears to three hits and one run while walking three and striking out five. ... Other wins came in decisions of 8-3 over

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

ERA W-L App-GS CG SHO 3.01 8-1 15-14 2 2/0 5.02 8-3 17-14 4 1/0 3.80 2-0 5-4 0 0/0 4.46 3-9 15-13 5 1/0 4.21 21-13 52-45 11 4/0

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Penn State, 7-3 over Nicholls, 8-1 over Southeastern Louisiana, 13-9 over UTSA, 9-4 over Stephen F. Austin and 10-7 over McNeese State in the second round of the Southland Conference Tournament. ... Struck out five and walked three in going 7.2 innings in his win over then 21st-ranked SLU. ... Strikeout high was eight, attained first in 7-3 victory over Nicholls and matched in the 10-7 win over McNeese State. ... Posted a 3.86 grade point average to make the SLC Commissioner[apos]s Spring Honor Roll for the second-straight year. 2009: Voted SLC Freshman of the Year and also selected to All-SLC First Team after posting 8-1 record with team-best 3.01 earned run average. ... Also selected to Louisville Slugger, National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and PING Baseball Freshman All-America teams. ... Hurled team[apos]s only two complete games - five-hit, 12-0 shutout of Columbia and nine-hit 6-0 blanking of Northwestern State. ... Struck out 63 batters and walked 26 in team-high 83.2 innings. ... Won first seven decisions before suffering 9-4 loss to Texas-Arlington on May 8. ... His .889 winning percentage is tied for the fourth-best single-season mark in school history. ... Strikeout high was seven - posted against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and against McNeese State. ... In addition to the two shutouts, he held the opponents to one run in four other games. ... Made the SLC Academic Honor Roll for the spring semester. High School: Played for coach Jay Stone at Port Neches-Groves HS. ... Three-time All-District 20-4A selection and was all-stater as a senior in 2008 following an 8-1 campaign with a 1.03 ERA. ... Posted a 10-2 record with a 2.52 ERA and 88 strikeouts in 71.1 innings as a junior. ... Also hit .340 while playing centerfield. ... Named Player of the Year by The Port Arthur News. ... As a sophomore, posted 1-1 record with 2.33 ERA and hit .300 while picking up district Newcomer of the Year honors. Personal: Eric James Harrington was born 3/1/90 in Corpus Christi, Texas. ... Parents are William and Frankie Harrington. ... Older brother Allen was an All-SLC pitcher at Lamar from 2005-2007 and was a 13th round pick by the St. Louis Cardinals.

CAREER STATISTICS

SV IP 0 83.2 0 100.1 0 23.2 0 101.0 0 308.2

H R 94 40 123 61 27 11 115 56 359 168

ER BB K 2B 3B HR AB 28 26 63 15 1 3 329 56 23 58 23 5 11 415 10 4 20 4 0 0 91 50 24 62 18 1 8 386 144 77 203 60 7 22 1221

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BAA .286 .296 .297 .298 .294

WP HBP 2 6 4 6 0 0 3 6 9 18

LAMAROUTFIELDER BASEBALL

Darian Johnson

Senior Previous School: Mesa CC Hometown: Chandler, Arizona 2012: Named to All-Southland Third Team … One of two Cardinals to appear in all 52 games and start each one, primarily at third base … Batted a team-best .344 with 34 scores, 25 runs batted in, 13 doubles and four homers … Slugged .481 and carried a .380 on-base percentage … Went 3-for-5 with two scores in February 19 win over Arkansas State … Came up a triple short of the cycle in win over UT Arlington on March 18 … Finished 3-for-4 with two RBI and a score … Registered three hits with steal vs. Sam Houston State … Homered and went 2-for-4 with three RBI at top-ranked LSU on April 18 … Led LU with a 3-for-5 showing in a win at Nicholls on April 21 … Recorded three hits and three scores in April 24 win over Prairie View A&M … Put up a season-best 4-for-5 showing with two triples, two RBI and three scores at UTSA … Ended season by going 3-for-5 with two scores at UTSA … Recorded a hit in 39 games with 23 multi-hit outings … Scored in 25 games and knocked in a run in 18.

Junior College: Posted a two-season batting average of .412 while playing for coach Tony Cirelli’s Mesa Community College team in 2010 and 2011. ... Hit three home runs and had 23 triples and 43 stolen bases. ... Was second-team All-America selection both seasons. High School: Played for coach Mike Johnson at Chandler HS. ... Earned all-state and all-district recognition as utility player after posting .455 batting average during senior season. ... Hit eight home runs and also posted 3.10 earned run average in 80 innings of work as a pitcher. Personal: Darian Michael Johnson was born on July 17, 1991 in Mesa, Ariz. ... Son of Michael Johnson and Rhonda Auen of Chandler, Ariz.

CAREER STATISTICS

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .344 52-52 212 34 73 13 2 4 25 102 .481 12 2 11 4 .380 3 7 6-8 38 95 7 .950 TOTAL .344 52-52 212 34 73 13 2 4 25 102 .481 12 2 11 4 .380 3 7 6-8 38 95 7 .950

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CATCHERBASEBALL LAMAR

Zach Luevanos

Senior Previous School: Seminole State College Hometown: Corpus Christi, Texas 2012: Played in 33 games with 19 starts, primarily at catcher … Carried a .259 average with 14 runs batted in and seven scores … Picked up first career run in February 19 win over Arkansas State … Singled against Illinois on February 26 for his first career hit … Went 2-for-4 and knocked in his first career run in a win at Rice on March 21 … Also had a 2-for-4 outing with an RBI in a win over Sam Houston State … Recorded first multiRBI game in April 20 win over Nicholls, going 2-for-3 with two ��� Had a career day against Prairie View A&M on April 24, registering three hits and three RBI in the victory … Went 5-for-11 with five RBI and two scores in series against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi … Recorded a hit in 14 games and an RBI in nine.

High School: Was two-year, All-South Texas and oneyear All-State performer for coach Lee Yeager at Corpus Christi Carroll HS. ... Posted .448 batting average and hit two home runs as senior and batted .420 with four homers as junior. ... Was a two-year honoree on the AllRegion Academic Team. Personal: Christian Zachary Luevanos was born on Oct. 22, 1989 in Corpus Christi, Texas. ... Son of Randy Luevanos of Corpus Christi. ... Cousin of Rudy Jaramillo, hitting coach for the Chicago Cubs, and of Tony Jaramillo, a hitting instructor in the Cincinnati Reds’ minor league system.

Junior College: Played 2010 and 2011 seasons for coach Jeff Shafee at Seminole State College in Seminole, Okla. ... Batted .370 during sophomore season and .390 as a freshman. ... Slugged five home runs and 20 doubles and drove in 52 runs in 2011. ... Had 12 homers, 13 doubles and 41 RBIs as freshman. ... Named to the firstteam All-Region Team both seasons.

CAREER STATISTICS

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .259 33-19 85 7 22 2 0 0 14 24 .282 5 2 10 5 .312 1 1 0-0 132 12 1 .993 TOTAL .259 33-19 85 7 22 2 0 0 14 24 .282 5 2 10 5 .312 1 1 0-0 132 12 1 .993

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Aaron Olivas

Senior Previous School: Cisco JC Hometown: El Paso, Texas 2012: Appeared in 44 games with 37 starts, primarily at shortstop … Posted a .240 average with 17 runs batted in and 13 scores … Carried a .317 on-base percentage with 12 walks … Began Lamar career on fire, going 4-for-6 with three RBI and a score in a pair of wins over Arkansas State on February 17 and 19 … Belted a grand slam for his first career home run to lead LU to a win over Southeastern Louisiana on March 31 … Went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI against Nicholls on April 21 … Followed up a day later with another 2-for-4 outing with a pair of scores in a win over the Colonels … Racked up a season-best three hits against McNeese on April 28 … Went 2-for-4, knocking in a run and scoring another in a win at Texas State on May 6 … Recorded a hit in 20 games and an RBI in 13.

son. ... Posted .329 batting average and .456 slugging percentage as a freshman. ... Helped lead team to 39-17 record as freshman. High School: Helped lead El Paso Socorro to 35-4 record and the 2009 Class 5A state championship as a senior while playing for coach Chris Forbes. ... Posted .450 batting average and .655 on-base percentage and slugged five home runs. ... Made the 2009 Class 5A All-State Team at shortstop. ... Honored as the 2009 District 1-5A Defensive Player of the Year and the 2008 District 1-5A Most Valuable Player of the Year. Personal: Aaron A. Olivas was born on Jan. 13, 1991 in El Paso, Texas. ... Son of Greg and Rosa Olivas of El Paso, Texas.

Junior College: Batted .340 and hit one home run as sophomore while playing for coach David White at Cisco Junior College last sea-

CAREER STATISTICS

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .240 44-37 125 13 30 2 0 1 17 35 .280 12 3 20 5 .317 2 5 0-2 49 112 10 .942 TOTAL .240 44-37 125 13 30 2 0 1 17 35 .280 12 3 20 5 .317 2 5 0-2 49 112 10 .942

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Brad Picha

Senior Previous School: Paris JC Hometown: Stephenville, Texas 2012: Played in all 52 games with 47 starts, primarily at first base … Carried a .320 average with a team-best 38 runs batted in and 23 scored … Also led team in doubles with 17 … Boasted of a .431 slugging percentage to a go along with a team-best .398 on-base mark … Picked up first career hit and RBI in February 17 win over Arkansas State … Homered, knocked in three runs and scored first career run in win over No. 25 Baylor on March 3 … Went 2-for-5 with a pair of RBI and a pair of runs scored vs. UT Arlington on March 16 … Had first career threehit day on March 27, going 3-for-4 against Rice … Had a perfect day at the plate in April 24 win over Prairie View A&M, ending 4-for-4 with two RBI and a score … Had back-to-back stellar series against McNeese State and Texas State from April 24-May 6, hitting .542 with eight RBI and four runs … Tallied four RBI in final game of the stretch against Texas State on May 6 … Also went 3-for6 with two RBI and two doubles on May 18 at UTSA … Recorded a hit in 32 games and multiple hits on 19 occasions … Registered an RBI in 24 games.

High School: Was a first-team All-District and AllAcademic selection as a senior in 2009 for coach Steve Carrol at Stephenville HS. ... Batted .402 and slugged 10 home runs as a senior. ... Also compiled a 7-0 record on the mound with a 1.28 ERA on his way to first-team alldistrict honors and honorable mention Class 4A all-state accolades. ... Helped team to Class 4A Regional quarterfinals as a senior. ... Made second-team all-district and helped team to regional finals as junior. Personal: Bradley J. Picha was born on Aug. 5, 1990 in Stephenville, Texas. ... Parents are David and Danell Picha of Stephenville, Texas.

Junior College: Posted .313 batting average as sophomore last season for coach Deron Clark at Paris Junior College. ... Also hit two home runs with 13 doubles and 40 runs batted in. ... Honored on the 2011 first-team all-conference team. ... Had .354 batting average with three home runs and 18 RBI as a freshman.

CAREER STATISTICS AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .259 33-19 85 7 22 2 0 0 14 24 .282 5 2 10 5 .312 1 1 0-0 132 12 1 .993 TOTAL .259 33-19 85 7 22 2 0 0 14 24 .282 5 2 10 5 .312 1 1 0-0 132 12 1 .993

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PITCHER LAMAR BASEBALL

Trevor Swint

Senior Previous School: Alvin CC Hometown: Baytown, Texas 2012: Appeared in five games on the mound with one start … Posted a 3.60 earned run average over 5.0 innings of work without picking up a decision … Allowed three hits and struck out six, holding opponents to a .167 batting average … Made first career appearance on February 25 against Illinois, pitching one inning and striking out one without allowing a hit … Struck out three in 1.1 innings of work in March 7 game at Louisiana Tech … Struck out two and didn’t allow a hit in first career start on March 14 vs. Texas State, recording the game’s first four outs.

Junior College: Played two seasons for coach Bryan Alexander at Alvin Community College. ... Made the academic honor roll as a freshman. High School: Starred two seasons as outfielder at Baytown Sterling High School. Personal: Trevor W. Swint was born on Oct. 11, 1989 in Houston, Texas. ... Parents are Mark and Tammy Swint of Baytown, Texas.

CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L App-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB K 2B 3B HR AB BAA WP HBP 2012 3.60 0-0 5-1 0 0/0 0 5.0 3 3 2 7 6 2 0 0 18 .167 1 0 TOTAL 3.60 0-0 5-1 0 0/0 0 5.0 3 3 2 7 6 2 0 0 18 .167 1 0

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Pitcher BASEBALL LAMAR

Jonathan Dziedzic

Redshirt-Junior Previous School: Atascocita HS Hometown: Humble, Texas 2012: Drafted in the 37th round by the Boston Red Sox in the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft … Made 13 appearances on the mound with 12 starts … Put up 5-4 record and led team with a 3.47 ERA and 68 strikeouts over 72.2 innings of work … Held opposing hitters to a .247 average … Also pitched two complete games … Picked up first win of the season vs. Arkansas State on February 19, tossing six scoreless innings and allowing just three hits … Earned complete game shutout win at Baylor on March 3, striking out four and giving up six hits … Struck out 10 and allowed just one run for another complete game victory over McNeese State on April 27 … Tossed 8.2 frames and struck out nine, giving up two earned runs. 2011: Started six games and compiled a 1-1 record and 4.73 earned run average before suffering an elbow injury that sidelined him for the remainder of the season ... Struck out 29 batters and walked 18 in 32.1 innings ... Lone victory came in 3-0 shutout of Nicholls on March 13 ... Logged season-high 8.0 innings, allowed six hits, struck out nine batters and walked two ... Loss was 2-1 job to Akron University in season opener ... Gave up four hits, struck out four and walked four in 4.1 innings. 2010: Made huge impact as a freshman, striking out a Southland Conference high of 114 batters, second-most in school history to Clay Hensley’s 127 in 2002 ... Made 15 starts in 19 appearances and posted 5-6 record with two saves and 4.88 earned run average in 94.0 innings ... Struck out career-high 13 batters and walked three

Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

ERA W-L App-GS CG SHO 4.88 5-6 19-15 0 0/2 4.73 1-1 6-6 0 0/1 3.47 5-4 13-12 2 1/0 4.34 11-11 38-33 2 1/3

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in 9-2 victory over A&M-Corpus Christi on April 11 to share that week’s Southland Conference Pitcher of the Week Award ... One of two pitchers voted to the 2010 SLC All-Tournament Team ... Had 10 strikeouts twice, first against Nicholls on March 13 and again vs. McNeese State in a 9-3 win in the semifinals of the SLC Tournament ... Wins came against Dallas Baptist, A&MCorpus Christi, Northwestern State, UT Arlington and McNeese State ... Notched both saves vs. Northwestern State, the second in a 4-3 win over the second-seeded Demons in the opening round of the SLC Tournament. ... Started and pitched six scoreless innings in Cardinals’ 5-4, 17-inning win to clinch a three-game sweep of Maine on opening weekend. ... One of best outings was seven scoreless innings on four hits and five strikeouts in 8-1 win over UT Arlington late in the season. High School: Played for former Lamar catcher Eric Matthews at Atascocita High School ... Voted District 21-5A MVP as a senior and also made the first team AllGreater Houston squad ... Struck out 110 batters and posted a 1.10 earned run average as a senior ... Threw a no-hitter as a senior, and team went undefeated in district play in all three of his varsity seasons ... Had 9-1 record with 69 strikeouts as a junior and had 80 K’s as a sophomore for a three-season total of 259. Personal: Born Jonathan M. Dziedzic on February 4, 1991 in Houston, Texas. ... Parents are Frank and Lisa Dziedzic.

CAREER STATISTICS

SV IP 2 94.0 0 32.1 0 72.2 2 199.0

H R 104 65 32 20 68 37 204 122

ER BB K 2B 3B HR AB 51 44 114 15 0 5 372 17 18 29 3 2 3 121 28 34 68 14 3 4 275 96 96 211 32 5 12 768

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BAA WP HBP .280 3 5 .264 3 2 .247 3 2 .266 9 9

LAMAR Outfielder BASEBALL

Jude Vidrine

Redshirt-Junior Previous School: Nederland HS Hometown: Nederland, Texas 2012: Played in all 52 games with 46 starts, primarily in the outfield … Hit .271 with team-best totals in runs scored (34), home runs (5), walks (22) and steals (7) … Also tallied 11 doubles and 15 runs batted in … Slugged .417 with a .353 onbase percentage … Helped team to a win at No. 25 Baylor with a 2-for-3 showing with two runs and two steals and a walk … Had a standout weekend against Stephen F. Austin, ending 5-for-11 with six runs, three doubles and a pair of walks … Had a career day in May 4 showdown against Texas State, homering three times and doubling to end 4-for5 with three runs scored and three RBI … Went 2-for 6 with a homer, four RBI and three scores vs. UTSA on May 18 … Recorded a hit in 36 games and scored a run in 25 … Also had an 11-game hitting streak between March 23 to April 10. 2011: Appeared in 45 games and made 36 starts, mostly in the outfield. ... Posted .222 batting average while collecting six doubles and two home runs and driving in 19 runs. ... Tied for second on the team with six sacrifice bunts. ... Had seven, two-hit games and two, three-RBI games. ... Slugged first collegiate home run in 13-12 loss to

UTSA and belted second in 14-6 victory over UT Arlington. ... Longest hitting streak was four-gamer early in the season. 2010: Redshirted. ... Named to 2010 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll. High School: Three-year letterman and two-year All-District 20-4A performer for coach Cody Robbins at Nederland HS. ... Also selected to Beaumont Enterprise’s 2009 Super Gold Team after helping lead Bulldogs to 25-9 record and regional finals as a senior. ... Compiled a .343 batting average with eight doubles, two triples, two home runs and 28 runs batted in. ... Batted .340 with 10 doubles, three homers and 28 RBIs as junior. ... Was three-year Academic All-District selection. ... Also an All-District 20-4A wide receiver and team captain in football. Personal: Jude Michael Vidrine was born on March 22, 1991 in Nederland, Texas ... Son of David and Jil Vidrine ... Was member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society in high school.

CAREER STATISTICS 2011 2012 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .222 45-36 126 .271 52-46 192 .252 97-82 318

R 19 34 53

H 2B 3B HR 28 6 0 2 52 11 1 5 80 17 1 7

RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 19 40 .317 12 7 31 3 .318 15 80 .417 22 4 40 2 .353 34 120 .377 34 11 71 5 .344

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SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 3 6 1-8 66 4 3 .959 3 2 7-10 103 5 6 .947 6 8 8-18 169 9 9 .952

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Chase Angelle

Redshirt-Sophomore Previous School: Orangefield HS Hometown: Orange, Texas

2012: Made 12 appearances on the mound, going 2-0 with a 3.52 ERA over 15.1 innings of work … Allowed 15 hits and six earned runs, striking out seven and holding opposing hitters to a .263 average … Made collegiate debut on March 2 vs. UC Irvine, tossing a scoreless inning and striking out one … Picked up first career win with 2.2 hitless innings vs. Texas Southern on March 14 … Earned second win after giving up one earned run over two innings at Stephen F. Austin on April 7 … Also pitched two innings without allowing a hit in May 4 game at Texas State. 2011: Redshirted.

High School: Was first-team All-District 21-3A performer for Orangefield High School last spring and was also a third-team, all-state selection. ... Helped Bobcats post a 33-7 record and advance to the Region 3 championship round of the playoffs. ... Honored as the Most Valuable Player on The Orange Leader’s 2010 All-Star Team and was a co-MVP on The Beaumont Enterprise’s 2010 Super Gold Team. ... Also made the Academic All-District 21-3A Team. Personal: Chase M. Angelle was born on May 21, 1992 in Nederland , Texas. ... Parents are Thad and Candace Angelle of Orange, Texas. ... Cousin of former Lamar pitcher Kevin Angelle.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year ERA W-L App-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB K 2B 3B HR AB BAA WP HBP 2012 3.52 2-0 12-0 0 0/0 0 15.1 15 8 6 6 7 3 0 1 57 .263 2 3 TOTAL 3.52 2-0 12-0 0 0/0 0 15.1 15 8 6 6 7 3 0 1 57 .263 2 3

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Joe Arechiga

Sophomore Previous School: Memorial HS Hometown: Pasadena, Texas 2012: Played in 25 games, primarily in the outfield, with five starts ... Posted a .261 batting average with 10 runs scored and a 3.93 on-base percentage ... Collected first career hit and at bat against UC Irvine on March 2 ... Made first career start at Central Arkansas on March 10 ... Followed up a few days later with a 2-for-4 showing with two runs and a steal in a win over Houston Baptist on March 13 ... Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a walk at Northwestern State ... Scored twice in win vs. Prairie View A&M on April 24 ... Registered a hit in four games and scored a run in eight.

High School: Played for coach Mike Morgan at Pasadena Memorial High School where he batted .456 and stole 25 bases as a senior. ... Played in the 2011 Greater Houston Area Coaches Association All-Star Game. ... Was a three-year letterman in football as well as in baseball. ... Was a two-year all-district defensive back and punter. Personal: Joseph T. Arechiga was born on Nov. 22, 1992 in Houston, Texas. ... Parents are James and Karen Arechiga of Pasadena, Texas.

CAREER STATISTICS

AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2012 .261 25-5 23 10 6 0 0 0 0 6 .261 3 2 3 1 .393 0 0 1-2 16 2 3 .857 TOTAL .261 25-5 23 10 6 0 0 0 0 6 .261 3 2 3 1 .393 0 0 1-2 16 2 3 .857

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Collin Chapman

Junior Previous School: Atascocita HS Hometown: Humble, Texas

2012: Made 15 appearances on the mound with five starts … Put up 2-2 record with a 5.73 ERA and 22 strikeouts over 33.0 innings of work … Made collegiate debut in February 19 win against Arkansas State, pitching 1.1 perfect innings with a strikeout … Tossed 2.0 scoreless frames with two strikeouts at Central Arkansas on March 9 … Tossed a seasonbest 5.0 innings with three Ks in April 7 win at Stephen F. Austin to earn save … Picked up first career victory after pitching 1.2 scoreless innings vs. Sam Houston State on April 14 … Earned second win after striking out a pair of batters over two innings against Prairie View A&M.

High School: Helped lead both Leander High School’s baseball and football teams to the area round of the playoffs during his senior season. ... Posted 8-1 record for coach Matt Grissom’s Leander baseball team last spring. ... Also batted .444 with two home runs and 23 stolen bases. ... Went 4-2 on the mound in both his sophomore and junior seasons. ... Was second-team, all-district selection in 2009, an honorable mention pick in 2010 and a first-teamer in 2011. ... Also made first-team, all-district in football as a senior. Personal: Collin Dayton Chapman was born on Jan. 1, 1993 in Austin, Texas. ... Parents are Tracy and Kathy Chapman of Leander, Texas. ... Father Tracy is a former Lamar baseball player.

CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W-L App-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB K 2B 3B HR AB BAA WP HBP 2012 5.73 2-2 15-5 0 0/1 1 33.0 44 25 21 17 22 4 3 2 131 .336 2 2 TOTAL 5.73 2-2 15-5 0 0/1 1 33.0 44 25 21 17 22 4 3 2 131 .336 2 2

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J.T. Autrey

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Brett Brown

Junior Previous School: Navarro College Hometown: Stephenville, Texas

Junior College: Played for Whoa Dill at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas, helping the Bulldogs to the championship game of the Region XIV Tournament … Also helped team to a JUCO World Series Championship in 2011. High School: Drafted in the 48th round by the Boston Red Sox … Played for head coach Steve Carroll at Stephenville High School … Named High Honorable Mention on Perfect Game USA’s All-American Team … Also named to Academic All-District team.

Freshman Previous School: Nederland HS Hometown: Nederland, Texas

High School: Played for head coach Cody Robins at Nederland High School … Led the state of Texas in strikeouts with 164 and ranked second nationally in the statistic … Averaged 12 per game … Named First Team All-District as both a pitcher and first baseman … Also an all-district honoree in football as both a linebacker and fullback. Personal: Born Brett D. Brown on March 10, 1994 in Port Arthur, Texas … Son of Jeff and Nikki Brown.

Personal: Born Jared T. Autrey on May 12, 1992 in Stephenville, Texas … Son of Larry and Phyllis Autrey … Brother, Garret, plays outfield for Lamar … Bothers, Leighton and Heath, played baseball at UTPA … Heath was a 2004 draft choice by the Seattle Mariners and is the current baseball head coach of Corsicana High School.

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Sam Bumpers

Pitcher

David Carver

Junior Previous School: Iowa Western CC Hometown: Bourbonnais, Ill.

Iowa Western: Played for head coach Marc Rardin at Iowa Western College in Council Bluffs, Iowa … Earned Second Team AllRegion XI Honors … Also a Rawlings Gold Glove honoree … Ranked 10th in the nation in batting average (.451) and helped the Reivers to a 62-6 record and a JUCO World Series Championship in 2012. High School: Earned all-area honors twice and the team’s MVP award while playing for Kevin Arthur at Bradley-Bourbonnais High School. Personal: Born Samuel T. Bumpers on November 24, 1992 in Chicago, Ill. ... Son of Brian and Selena Bumpers.

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Junior Previous School: Pierce College Hometown: Reseda, Calif.

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Junior College: Played for head coach John Bushart at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif. … Compiled 83 strikeouts and eight wins in two-year career for the Brahma Bulls … Went 6-1 with a 2.86 ERA over 63 innings of work as a freshman in

High School: Pitched two seasons for head coach Greg Venger at Cleveland High School in Los Angeles, Calif. … Named to the West Valley League Second Team after posting a 4-1 record with a 1.58 ERA as a junior … Repeated the honors as a senior, going 9-3 with a 4.14 ERA. Personal: Born David B. Carver on October 25, 1991 in Northridge, Calif. … Son of Bart and Gudron Carver.

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Tom Elsom

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Will Hibbs

Junior Previous School: North Lake College Hometown: Denton, Texas

Junior College: Played for head coach Corey Mercer at North Lake College in Irving, Texas … Went 4-3 and carried 2.69 ERA over 70.1 innings of work and struck out 64 … Earned first team all-conference honors and helped team to back-to-back regional appearances. High School: Coached by Brett Warnack at Billy Ryan High School in Denton, Texas. Personal: Born Claud Thomas Elsom on November 15, 1990 … Son of Claud and Janice Elsom.

Freshman Previous School: Friendswood HS Hometown: Friendswood, Texas

High School: Played for head coach Charlie Taylor at Friendswood High School … Named 2012 Preseason All-American as a senior ... Carried 5-2 record as senior with three saves and a 0.18 ERA … Pitched 46 innings and struck out 60 … Was also an all-district recipient as both a junior and a senior … Earned 2010 Regional Finals MVP … Played basketball in high school as well, earning all-district honors. Personal: Born William M. Hibbs on October 27, 1993 in San Antonio, Texas … Son of Roger and LilaJan Hibbs … Father played for Temple College and signed with the San Francisco Giants.

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Catcher

Holden Holsomback

Pitcher

Colby Holzapfel

Freshman Previous School: Kirbyville HS Hometown: Kirbyville, Texas

High School: Coached by Jeff Bennett at Kirbyville High School in Kirbyville, Texas … Earned First Team All-District honors as a catcher after batting .341 with a .481 onbase percentage. Personal: Born Holden P. Holsomback on January 6, 1994 in Beaumont, Texas … Son of Roger and Suzette Holsomback.

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Freshman Previous School: Friendswood HS Hometown: Friendswood, Texas

High School: Played for head coach Clint Williams at Kountze High School in Kountze, Texas … Earned First Team All-District honors as a senior and the Utility Player of the Year award in 2011 … Also took home Newcomer of the Year award as a freshman … Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Born Colby L. Holzapfel on October 12, 1993 in Beaumont, Texas … Son of Ryan and Kim Price.

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Wade Konvicka

Pitcher

Jayson McKinley

Redshirt-Sophomore Previous School: Alvin CC Hometown: Richmond, Texas

Freshman Previous School: Friendswood HS Hometown: Friendswood, Texas

Junior College: Redshirted lone season at Alvin Community College after transferring from Tulane. Tulane: Started four games for the Green Wave, compiling a 4.91 ERA and a 2-1 record over 22.0 innings of work … Picked up first collegiate win at Southeastern Louisiana on April 19, allowing four earned runs and striking out five in six innings of work … Put up a complete game victory against Jackson State a week later on April 27, allowing just one run and five hits over nine innings.

High School: Played for head coach Charlie Taylor at Friendswood High School in Friendswood, Texas … Pitched 23 innings with a 2.16 ERA … Earned Second Team All-District honors as a senior. Personal: Born Jayson M. McKinley on January 18, 1994 in Houston, Texas … Son of Russell and Elizabeth McKinley.

High School: Played under head coach Mick Tosch at Foster High School in Richmond, Texas … Earned District MVP as a senior after running up a 7-1 record … Also named Academic All-State. Personal: Born Phillip Wade Konvicka on January 24, 1992 in Houston, Texas … Son of Phillip and Michelle Konvicka.

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Travis Moore

Infielder

Ryan Mossakowski

Freshman Previous School: Pearland HS Hometown: Pearland, Texas

Junior Previous School: Northwest Miss. JC Hometown: Frisco, Texas

High School: Coached by Anthony Scalise at Pearland High School in Pearland, Texas … Helped team to District 25-4A title as a senior. Personal: Born Travis M. Moore on November 6, 1993 in Pasadena, Texas … Son of Kevin and Donna Moore.

College: Transferred from Northwest Mississippi Community College to play quarterback for Lamar in 2012, starting at quarterback and racking up 1,194 passing yards and 13 touchdowns … Also played same position at Kentucky. High School: Named Perfect Game USA/Rawlings Third Team All-American … Also ranked the No. 194 prospect in the class … Also named all-district twice and all-region once … Coached by Dan Walsh at Centennial High School in Frisco, Texas … Also earned All-America honors as a quarterback. Personal: Born Ryan P. Mossakowski on August 28, 1990 in Austin, Texas … Son of Dan and Sally Mossakowski … Sister, Sara, plays volleyball for Louisiana, and brother, Kyle, played football for Howard Payne.

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Hunter Perry

Catcher

Brandon Provost

Junior Previous School: McLennan CC Hometown: Waco, Texas

Sophomore Previous School: North Central Texas Hometown: Port Neches, Texas

Junior College: Played for head coach Pete Meija at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas. High School: Played for head coach Joel Kuehl at Bosqueville High School in Waco, Texas ... Helped team to 2008 state championship. Personal: Born Hunter L. Perry on October 11, 1991 in Waco, Texas ... Son of Debi Campbell Perry.

Junior College: Played for head coach Scott Harp at North Central Texas College in Gainesville, Texas … Batted .429 in preseason and carried a .290 mark in conference season. High School: Coached by Jay Stone at Port NechesGroves High School … Hit .400 and helped team to the playoffs, earning a First Team All-District 20-4A honors in the process. Personal: Born Brandon W. Provost on June 17, 1993 in Port Arthur, Texas … Son of Richard and Christine Provost.

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Jerin Spikes

Outfielder

Jake Sutton

Junior Previous School: Angelina College Hometown: Village Mills, Texas

Junior Previous School: Navarro College Hometown: Mesquite, Texas

Junior College: Played for head coach Jeff Livin at Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas. High School: Coached by Jay Stone at Port Neches-Groves High School in Port Neches, Texas … Earned All-District honors in baseball and All-Southeast Texas in football. Personal: Born Jerin Michael Spikes on January 24, 1991 in Port Arthur, Texas … Son of Jay Spikes and Karen Guinn.

Junior College: Hit .360 while playing for head coach Whoa Dill at Navarro College … Helped team to championship game of Region XIV … Also played for New Mexico Junior College, hitting a team-best .420 and earning a spot on the All-Star team. High School: Coached by Bobby Doe at Mesquite Poteet High School … Helped team to 40-0 record in district play and was an all-district honoree … Carried .400 batting average. Personal: Born Jacob A. Sutton on December 27, 1991 in Dallas, Texas … Son of Alvin and Lori Sutton … Father played football for both SMU and UTEP … Related to former Dodger pitcher and Baseball Hall of Famer Don Sutton.

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Kyle Tucker

Pitcher

Lance Warren

Freshman Previous School: Humble HS Hometown: Humble, Texas

High School: Played under head coach David Sitton at Humble High School in Humble, Texas … Earned Second Team AllDistrict honors as a shortstop and centerfielder … Also named to All-District First Team as a quarterback and wide receiver … Garnered First Team All-Academic accolades over his final three years. Personal: Born Kyle A. Tucker on November 7, 1993 in Houston, Texas … Son of Michael and Donna Tucker … Cousin is former Lamar Cardinal and current Houston Astros farmhand Blake Ford.

Junior Previous School: Paris JC Hometown: Farmers Branch, Texas

Junior College: Played for head coach Deron Clark at Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas … Went 4-4 with a 3.70 ERA and 49 strikeouts over 61.2 innings of work … Helped Dragons to Region XIV finals as a sophomore. High School: Coached by Steve Stone at Hebron High School in Carrollton, Texas … Earned All-District 6-5A honors as both a junior and senior … Also named a High School Coaches Association All-Star. Personal: Born Lance T. Warren on June 26, 1991 in Dallas, Texas … Son of Todd and Sonya Warren … Father played basketball at North Texas.

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Randy Williams

Kevin Millar

Jerald Clark

Jim Gilligan

HISTORY

Michael Ambort

Clay Hensley

Micah Hoffpauir

Brain Sanches

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2012 STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 22-30 SOUTHLAND: 14-19

HOME: 12-13

AWAY: 10-15

BATTING

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Cards in the postseason NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES 1976 1981 1987 2002

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1977 1984 1993 2003 2010

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1971 • 1975 • 1976 1977 • 1979 • 1981 1984 • 1985 • 2003 2004

SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS 2002 • 2004 • 2010

SUN BELT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1993

SUN BELT TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS 1993 • 1995

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All-Time AWARDS Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year All-America 2003....................................... Jordan Foster, OF 2004............................................. Kyle Stutes, P

Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America

1974............................................Julio Alonso, P 1998.......................................... Heath Totten, P Wes Koch, 3B 2001................................................ Josh Gray, P 2004...................................... Derrick Gordon, P 2005...........................................Tim Erickson, P 2009.......................................Eric Harrington, P

Baseball America All-America

2003..........................................Jordan Foster, P 2005.....................................Michael Ambort, C

ABCA/Rawlings All-America

1997........................................ Eric Cammack, P 2003....................................... Jordan Foster, OF 2004............................................. Kyle Stutes, P 2005.....................................Michael Ambort, C

National Collegiate Baseball Writers All-America 2003....................................... Jordan Foster, OF 2004............................................. Kyle Stutes, P

National Collegiate Baseball Writers Freshman All-America 2009.......................................Eric Harrington, P

ABCA/Rawlings All-South Central Region

2002................................... Micah Hoffpauir, 1B Blake Justice, 2B 2003........................................... John Allen, DH Jesse Floyd, P Jordan Foster, OF 2004........................................... John Allen, DH Jordan Foster, OF Kyle Stutes, P 2005.....................................Michael Ambort, C 2006.......................................William Delage, P Collin DeLome, OF Dan Hernandez, 1B 2007.....................................Michael Ambort, C Erik Kanaby, OF Brian Sisk, P 2008............................................... Brian Sisk, P 2009.......................................Eric Harrington, P Brian Taylor, 2B

Southland Conference Player of the Year

2006............................................Collin DeLome

Southland Conference Hitter of the Year

1984................................................ Jerald Clark 2005.........................................Michael Ambort 2006............................................Collin DeLome

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1971............................................David Bernsen 1974................................................Julio Alonso 1977............................................ Rick Nesloney 1979............................................David C. Smith 1981..................................................Tony Mack 1982..................................................Tony Mack 1984................................................. Keith Silver 2003................................................. Jesse Floyd 2004................................................. Kyle Stutes 2008...............................................Tim Erickson

Southland Conference Freshman of the Year

2001....................................................Josh Gray 2004.......................................... Derrick Gordon 2009...........................................Eric Harrington

All-Southland Conference

1967......................... Jim Gilligan, P (First Team) Ronnie Potts (First Team) 1968.................. Benny Harper , 3B (First Team) Jack Mercer, SS (First Team) Ike Wynn, OF (First Team) 1969.................... Joe Augienello, C (First Team) Paul Knobloch, OF (First Team) 1970...................Nicky Accardo, 1B (First Team) Mark Oldham, OF (First Team) 1971.................... David Bernsen, P (First Team) Glenn Cooper, SS (First Team) Mark Oldham, OF (First Team) 1973....................Frank Romeo, OF (First Team) 1975........................ Julio Alonso, P (First Team) Billy Wearden, 3B (First Team) 1976....................... Rufus Cook, 1B (First Team) Harold Flynn, OF (First Team) Mike Laudig, OF (First Team) Joe McCann, 2B (First Team) Paul Touchstone, P (First Team) Billy Wearden, 3B (First Team) 1977......................... Ken Ahrens, C (First Team) Harold Flynn, OF (First Team) Louie Jones, SS (First Team) Mike Laudig, OF (First Team) Joe McCann, 2B (First Team) Rick Nesloney, P (First Team) 1978................. Louie Jones, UT/SS (First Team) Mike Laudig, OF (First Team) Jeff Martin, 3B (First Team) Joe McCann, 2B (First Team) Mike Morgal, P (First Team) 1979........................Jeff Martin, 3B (First Team) Joe McCann, 2B (First Team) David C. Smith, P (First Team) 1980............... Kim Christensen, 3B (First Team) Alan Marr, 2B (First Team) Wayne Schwing, OF (First Team) 1981.......................... Tony Mack, P (First Team) Alan Marr, 2B (First Team) 1982.......Kerry Christensen, UT/OF (First Team) Kim Christensen, 3B (First Team) Tony Mack, P (First Team) 1983..................Jon Champagne, C (First Team)

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John Senes, P (First Team) 1984.......................Jerald Clark, 1B (First Team) David Cortez, SS (First Team) David Poss, P (First Team) Neil Reynolds, P (First Team) Keith Silver, P (First Team) Eddie Donohoe, OF (Second Team) Dennis Dresden, C (Second Team) Chris Zink, 3B (Second Team) 1985.......................Jerald Clark, 1B (First Team) Dirk Tidwell, P (First Team) Josh Davis, OF (Second Team) Neil Reynolds, OF (Second Team) Mike Wilkins, P (Second Team) 1986..................Junior Lemons, OF (First Team) John DePillo, OF (Second Team) Sal Lostrappo, 3B (Second Team) Eric Stone, P (Second Team) 1987...................... Beau Allred, OF (First Team) Richard Barnwell, OF (First Team) David Poss, P (First Team) Joey Alexander, P (Second Team) Brad Pemberton, OF (Second Team) 1999.................... Lee Fincher, C (Second Team) Brian Sanches, P (Second Team) 2000...................... Heath Totten, P (First Team) 2001...............Wes Cooksey, DH (Second Team) Micah Hoffpauir, 1B (Second Team) Jeremy Pierce, OF (Second Team) 2002....................... Clay Hensley, P (First Team) Micah Hoffpauir, 1B (First Team) Blake Justice, 2B (First Team) Jesse Floyd, P (Second Team) Shaun Stanton, OF (Second Team) 2003........................John Allen, DH (First Team) Jesse Floyd, P (First Team) Jordan Foster, OF (First Team) Blake Justice, 2B (First Team) Wade Pirkle, 1B (Second Team) Shaun Stanton, OF (Second Team) Ryan Finan, 3B (Third Team) Matt Gowan, C (Third Team) Jeremy Gray, SS (Third Team) 2004..........................Kyle Stutes, P (First Team) John Allen, DH (Second Team) Jordan Foster, OF (Second Team) Derrick Gordon, P (Second Team) Jeremy Gray, 2B (Second Team) Adrian Cantu, 3B (Third Team) William Delage, P (Third Team) Ryan Finan, 1B (Third Team) 2005................. Michael Ambort, C (First Team) Adrian Cantu, 3B (Second Team) 2006................... William Delage, P (First Team) Collin DeLome, OF (First Team) Will Henderson, DH (First Team) C.J. Ebarb, C (Second Team) Dan Hernandez, 1B (Second Team) Erik Kanaby, OF (Third Team) Scott Meyer, P (Third Team) 2007................. Michael Ambort, C (First Team) Ryan Baker, 2B (First Team) Erik Kanaby, OF (First Team) Brian Sisk, P (First Team)

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All-Time AWARDS

Collin DeLome, OF (Second Team) Allen Harrington, P (Second Team) 2008....................... Tim Erickson, P (First Team) Brian Sisk, P (First Team) Tyler Link, OF (Third Team) 2009................... Eric Harrington, P (First Team) Jeremiah Sammy, SS (Second Team) Brian Taylor, 2B (Second Team) Ricky Testa, P (Second Team) Tyler Link, OF (Third Team) 2010..................... Andy Mena, 2B (Third Team) 2011........................... Jeff Abt, OF (Third Team) Blake Ford, P (Third Team) 2012...............Darian Johnson, 3B (Third Team)

Southland Conference Tournament MVP

2002...............................................Clay Hensley 2004............................................. Jordan Foster 2010......................................... Anthony Moore

All-Southland Tournament

2001......................................... Kaleb Carter, OF Wes Cooksey, DH Mickey Hernandez, 3B Micah Hoffpauir, 1B David Talamantez, P 2002....................................... Jordan Foster, OF Matt Gowan, C Josh Gray, P Clay Hensley, P Mickey Hernandez, 3B Blake Justice, 2B 2004........................................... John Allen, DH Michael Ambort, C Rocky Craigen, OF Jordan Foster, OF Derrick Gordon, P Chase Richards, SS/OF Kyle Stutes, P 2005.....................................Michael Ambort, C Collin DeLome, OF Chase Richards, SS/OF 2006..................................... Collin DeLome, OF Will Henderson, DH 2007.................................... Dan Hernandez, 1B 2008........................................David Moore, OF Brian Sisk, P Brian Taylor, 2B 2009........................................ Chris Dunkin, 3B Anthony Moore, OF 2010.................................. Jonathan Dziedzic, P Joey Latulippe, C Anthony Moore, OF

Sun Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year

1996................................................. Jason Klam

Southland Conference Freshman of the Year

1993......................................... Phil Brassington 1998................................................... Wes Koch

All-Sun Belt Conference

1992...................... Kevin Millar, 3B (First Team)

1993.......................Bruce Aven, OF (First Team) Phil Brassington, P (First Team) 1994.......................Cory Gafford, C (First Team) Anthony Iapoce, OF (First Team) 1995................... Chad Bunting, OF (First Team) Will Cook, OF (First Team) Eric Mapp, OF (First Team) Mike Pasqualicchio, P (First Team) 1996.................Morgan Walker, 1B (First Team) Jason Klam, OF (First Team) 1997.....................Eric Cammack, P (First Team) Bryan Droptini, OF (First Team) Jason Klam, OF (Second Team) 1998.................... Eric Matthews, C (First Team) Todd Myers, SS (Second Team)

Sun Belt Conference Tournament MVP

1993......................................... Phil Brassington 1995....................................................Will Cook

All-American South Conference 1989..................Mike Sarbaugh, SS (First Team) Bobby Strother, 1B (First Team) 1991........... Rodney Scroggs, 3B (Second Team)

All-American South Tournament 1989..................................... Mike Sarbaugh, SS

Harold Kincaid Award

1974..................... Julio Alonso (11-1, 1.32 ERA) 1975....................... Julio Alonso (7-5, 1.98 ERA) 1976....................Rick Nesloney (9-3, 3.34 ERA) 1977.................... Buddy Tibbs (10-3, 2.64 ERA) 1978....................Mike Morgal (10-1, 1.87 ERA) 1979...................David C. Smith (8-1, 1.05 ERA) 1980.................David C. Smith (12-4, 2.93 ERA) 1981......................... Tony Mack (8-4, 2.39 ERA) Joe Pantaleo (11-4, 3.13 ERA) 1982....................... Tony Mack (10-1, 1.89 ERA) 1983............ Byron Kemmerling (8-3, 2.33 ERA) 1984...................... Keith Silver (12-2, 2.43 ERA) 1985....................Mike Wilkins (10-4, 2.90 ERA) 1986......................... David Poss (7-6, 5.50 ERA) 1987......................... David Poss (9-2, 1.62 ERA) 1988...................Linc Mikkelsen (3-4, 4.01 ERA) 1989......................Gino Trevino (5-1, 4.01 ERA) 1990....................... David Croak (4-6, 3.20 ERA) 1991....................... Doug Printy (4-4, 1.89 ERA) 1992.....................John Weglarz (8-5, 4.84 ERA) 1993...............Phil Brassington (10-7, 3.19 ERA) 1994.........................Kyle Green (6-3, 2.92 ERA) 1995..........Mike Pasqualicchio (11-4, 3.22 ERA) Kacey Smart (9-2, 3.40 ERA) 1996.........................Kevin Lane (4-3, 4.19 ERA) 1997...........Eric Cammack (5-5, 2.15 ERA, 8 SV) 1998............ Billy Stokley (5-16, 3.16 ERA, 6 SV) 1999...........Brian Sanches (4-1, 1.82 ERA, 1 SV) 2000..................... Heath Totten (8-6, 2.61 ERA) 2001............ Wes Cooksey (5-4, 2.55 ERA, 8 SV) 2002............. Clay Hensley (8-6, 2.97 ERA, 1 SV) 2003................ Jesse Floyd (8-2, 3.52 ERA 1 SV) 2004..............Kyle Stutes (10-2, 2.49 ERA, 3 SV) 2005..... Steve Macfarland (8-2, 4.16 ERA, 3 SV) 2006.................. William Delage (9-4, 3.12 ERA) 2007................Allen Harrington (9-4, 3.72 ERA)

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Brian Sisk (11-3, 3.75 ERA) 2008............. Tim Erickson (8-3, 3.83 ERA, 9 SV) Brian Sisk (10-2, 3.49 ERA) 2009.................. Eric Harrington (8-1, 3.01 ERA) Ricky Testa (8-3, 4.13 ERA, 1 SV) 2010.................Matison Smith (10-4, 4.68 ERA) 2011................ Blake Ford (6-4, 3.43 ERA, 1 SV) 2012............. Jonathan Dziedzic (5-4, 3.47 ERA)

Al Vincent Award

1976...................... Billy Wearden (.323, 38 RBI) 1977........................ Harold Flynn (.335, 29 RBI) 1978........................... Jeff Martin (.386, 53 RBI) 1979........................... Jeff Martin (.335, 69 RBI) 1980............................ Alan Marr (.373, 53 RBI) 1981.......................Pedro Valerio (.381, 41 RBI) 1982.................. Kim Christensen (.343, 50 RBI) 1983.............................Chris Zink (.337, 31 RBI) 1984.......................Neil Reynolds (.350, 39 RBI) 1985.......................... Jerald Clark (.378, 62 RBI) 1986...................... Junior Lemons (.374, 32 RBI 1987.............. Beau Allred (.352, 16 HR, 44 RBI) 1988......................... Joel Follmer (.301, 21 RBI) 1989.................... Mike Sarbaugh (.369, 35 RBI) 1990.................... Blake Morrison (.346, 26 RBI) 1991................... Rodney Scroggs (.293, 23 RBI) 1992.............. Kevin Millar (.306, 13 HR, 50 RBI) 1993...............Bruce Aven (.380, 13 HR, 67 RBI) 1994..........Anthony Iapoce (.314, 3 HR, 29 RBI) 1995....................Will Cook (.383, 8 HR, 43 RBI) Eric Mapp (.332, 13 HR, 68 RBI) 1996........ Morgan Walker (.403, 15 HR, 50 RBI) 1997.............. Aaron Dean (.368, 13 HR, 56 RBI) Bryan Droptini (.357, 9 HR, 35 RBI) 1998......... George Johnson (.332, 8 HR, 45 RBI) Jeremy Pierce (.349, 8 HR, 36 RBI) 1999..............Wes Cooksey (.349, 7 HR, 40 RBI) 2000........... Michael Torres (.337, 3 HR, 40 RBI) 2001......... Micah Hoffpauir (.391, 8 HR, 65 RBI) 2002............. Blake Justice (.381, 22 RBI, 28 SB) 2003............. Jordan Foster (.417, 7 HR, 71 RBI) 2004............. Jordan Foster (.363, 9 HR, 44 RBI) 2005.......Michael Ambort (.336, 18 HR, 65 RBI) 2006..........Collin DeLome (.376, 11 HR, 56 RBI) 2007.......Michael Ambort (.368, 11 HR, 63 RBI) Erik Kanaby (.406, 2 HR, 23 RBI) 2008.............Steven Tucker (.368, 6 HR, 44 RBI) 2009....................Tyler Link (.369, 7 HR, 40 RBI) Brian Taylor (.371, 7 HR, 59 RBI) 2010..................Aaron Buchanan (.349, 37 RBI) Andy Mena (.347, 41 RBI) 2011................................ Jeff Abt (.329, 38 RBI) 2012.......... Darian Johnson (.344, 4 HR, 25 RBI)

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All-Time MLB DRAFT PICKS 1969..............................................Eddie Rundle Fourth Round, San Diego Padres 1970....................................... Kenneth Wamble Fifth Round (January Secondary), Atlanta Braves 1973......................................... Michael Hughes 22nd Round, Detroit Tigers 1975................................................Julio Alonso 23rd Round, Detroit Tigers 1977............................................ Rick Nesloney 23rd Round, Boston Red Sox 1979...........................................David W. Smith 27th Round, New York Mets 1980.................................................Rico Sutton Third Round, Toronto Blue Jays 1981..................................................Lew Surrat 13th Round, Texas Rangers Jeff Kennedy 17th Round, California Angels 1982..................................................Tony Mack Third Round, California Angels Kim Christensen 15th Round, Chicago White Sox Joe Pantaleo 16th Round, Chicago Cubs 1983..................................... Byron Kemmerling First Round (June Secondary), California Angels 1984................................................. Keith Silver Fourth Round, San Francisco Giants Jerald Clark 23rd Round, Los Angeles Dodgers Chris Zink 27th Round, New York Yankees Jay Burton 44th Round, New York Yankees 1985................................................ Jerald Clark 12th Round, San Diego Padres Gary Nails First Round (June Secondary), California Angels 1987............................................. Mike Wilkens 17th Round, Detroit Tigers Beau Allred 25th Round, Cleveland Indians Jimmy Terrill 25th Round, San Francisco Giants 1992............................................. John Weglarz 30th Round, Kansas City Royals 1993......................................... Phil Brassington Fifth Round, Kansas City Royals 1994.................................................Bruce Aven 30th Round, Cleveland Indians Anthony Iapoce 33rd Round, Milwaukee Brewers

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1995.................................... Mike Pasqualicchio Second Round, Milwaukee Brewers Eric Mapp 19th Round, Cincinnati Reds Bob Rauch 29th Round, Boston Red Sox

1996.......................................... Morgan Walker 23rd Round, Pittsburgh Pirates

2005...................................... Scott Vander Weg 33rd Round, St. Louis Cardinals

1997............................................... Jock Joffrion Eighth Round, Tampa Bay Devil Rays Randy Williams 12th Round, Chicago Cubs Eric Cammack 13th Round, New York Mets Aaron Dean 27th Round, Los Angeles Dodgers

2006.......................................Steve Macfarland Ninth Round, Pittsburgh Pirates William Delage 14th Round, Cleveland Indians Michael Ambort 18th Round, Oakland Athletics Chuckie Platt 23rd Round, Chicago Cubs Derrick Gordon 26th Round, Oakland Athletics C.J. Ebarb 41st Round, Toronto Blue Jays

1999............................................ Brian Sanches Second Round, Kansas City Royals Joe Sergent 21st Round, Florida Marlins Cortney Jenkins 22nd Round, Tampa Bay Devil Rays Todd Myers 43rd Round, Arizona Diamondbacks Ryan Fitzgerald Free Agent, Houston Astros 2000.............................................. Heath Totten Fifth Round, Los Angeles Dodgers B.J. Littleton Seventh Round, Baltimore Orioles Billy Stokley Free Agent, Anaheim Angels 2001..............................................Wes Cooksey Free Agent, New York Yankees 2002...............................................Clay Hensley Eighth Round, San Francisco Giants Micah Hoffpauir 13th Round, Chicago Cubs Thomas Atlee 19th Round, Chicago Cubs 2003.................................................... Mark Ion 15th Round, Colorado Rockies Josh Gray 30th Round, Minnesota Twins David Talamantez 33rd Round, Cincinnati Reds Jesse Floyd Free Agent, San Francisco Giants 2004.......................................... Chris Buechner 11th Round, Colorado Rockies Jon Hunton 11th Round, Chicago Cubs Ben Cox 19th Round, Washington Nationals Kyle Stutes 22nd Round, San Diego Padres

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Ryan Finan 22nd Round, Detroit Tigers Jordan Foster 24th Round, Detroit Tigers Josh Harris 42nd Round, Cleveland Indians

2007............................................Collin DeLome Fifth Round, Houston Astros Michael Ambort Sixth Round, San Francisco Giants Erik Kanaby 10th Round, Los Angeles Dodgers Allen Harrington 13th Round, St. Louis Cardinals Scott Meyer 24th Round, Chicago Cubs 2008...............................................Tim Erickson 37th Round, New York Mets Justin Walker 41st Round, Cincinnati Reds Brian Sisk Free Agent, Baltimore Orioles 2009................................................. Ricky Testa 18th Round, Colorado Rockies James Brandhorst 20th Round, Baltimore Orioles Brian Needham 28th Round, New York Mets Kevin Angelle 31st Round, Philadelphia Phillies Jeremiah Sammy Free Agent, Colorado Rockies 2010........................................... Matison Smith Free Agent, Houston Astros 2011..................................... Stephen Tromblee 35th Round, Los Angeles Angels Blake Ford 44th Round, Houston Astros 2012...................................... Jonathan Dziedzic 37th Round, Boston Red Sox

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Cards in the Majors

Beau Allred Cleveland Indians 1989-91

Bruce Aven

Cleveland Indians Florida Marlins Los Angeles Dodgers Pittsburgh Pirates 1997-02

Eric Cammack

Jerald Clark

Clay Hensley

Micah Hoffpauir

Tony Mack

Kevin Millar

Brian Sanches

David W. Smith

Chicago Cubs 2008-2010

California Angels 1985

New York Mets 2000

Florida Marlins Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles Toronto Blue Jays 1998-09

San Diego Padres Colorado Rockies Minnesota Twins 1988-95

Philadelphia Phillies Washington Nationals Florida Marlins 2006-12

San Diego Padres Houston Astros Florida Marlins San Francisco Giants 2005-pres.

California Angels 1984-85

CHAMPIONSHIP CARDINALS Both Clay Hensley and Kevin Millar have been members of World Series Champion teams with Hensley winning with the San Francisco Giants this past year. Millar was one of the leaders of the 2005 Boston Red Sox, helping the club end its 86-year drought.

Randy Williams Seattle Mariners San Diego Padres Colorado Rockies Chicago White Sox Boston Red Sox 2004-2011

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All-Time Letterwinners A

Pat Abercrombie (1988-89) Jeff Abt (2011-12) Nicky Accardo (1967-69) Tony Aguilar (1983, 85-86) Ken Ahrens (1975-77) Miller Aldrich (2010) Joey Alexander (1987-90) Chris Allen (1976) Greg Allen (1994) John Allen (2003-04) Beau Allred (1986-87) Joe Almaraz (1975) Julio Alonso (1974-75) Michael Ambort (2004-05, 07) Anthony Ambrosini (1997) Goober Anderson (1988) Chase Angelle (2012) Kevin Angelle (2009) Joe Arechiga (2012) Dale Arnold (1976) Thomas Atlee (2000-02) Joe Augienelle (1969) Garret Autrey (2012) Bruce Aven (1991-94)

B

Rich Bailey (1979-82) Colby Baker (2001) Ryan Baker (2006-07) Chad Barbre (2005-06) Jeff Barker (1997) Erik Barnes (1990) Richard Barnwell (1987) Bob Barone (1977) Josh Batilla (2001) David Baty (1982-86) Gary Baumbach (1982-83) Billy Bayliss (1976) Mickey Beard (1975) Andrew Beasley (2011) Clint Bell (1998-99) David Bellantonio (1986) Frank Beltre (1989-90) Tommy Bennett (1984) Kane Benoit (2011) Todd Benoit (1988-89) David Bernsen (1969-71)

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Ryan Bertram (2012) Adam Beseda (2004) Sammy Bevilacqua (2001, 03) David Bissell (1967) Dirk Blankenship (1977-78) Bubba Bloodsworth (1978) Billy Blum (1975) Bob Bobbit (1976-77) Mike Bondanza (1991) Bryan Bost (1991-93) Zach Boulanger (2010-12) Blair Bourque (2000) Mike Bowe (1984-85) Steve Boyd (1981) Bobby Bradshaw (1973-75) James Brandhorst (2009) Phil Brassington (1993) David Breazeale (1969-71) Bob Breig (1979) Joe Brett (1980-81) Terry Bridgers (1977) Frank Brocato (1975-77) Johnnie Brooks (1989) John Brown (1976) Bubba Bruno (1971-73) Keith Bryant (1981) Aaron Buchanan (2010-11) Chris Buechner (2004) Bronson Buell (2011) Jason Bullard (1988) V.J. Bunner (10-12) Chad Bunting (1995-96) Jay Burton (1983-84) Mike Busby (2000) Mike Bushnell (1988) Jackie Byrd (1967-69)

C

Don Calais (1971-73) Eric Cammack (1995-97) Cameron Campbell (2009-12) Jackie Campbell (1971) Adrian Cantu (2004-05) Greg Carpenter (1971-72) Kaleb Carter (2000-01) Mike Carvell (1976-78) Brian Castillo (1999-00) Jimmy Castino (1977-80) Ernie Cecil (1983)

Cory Cephus (1997-98) Steve Cerny (1985) Brandon Chambers (2009-10) Joe Champagne (1982) John Champagne (1982-83) Collin Chapman (2012) Tracy Chapman (1982) Kerry Christensen (1979-82) Kim Christensen (1979-82) Guillermo Cienfuegos (2009) Charles Ciruti (2000) Jerald Clark (1982-85) Kory Cleveland (2010) Ryan Clyde (1998) Bryan Coleman (1999) Luis Collazo (1977-80) David Connor (1990) Martin Connor (1990-93) Mike Converso (1980-83) Rufus Cook (1975-76) Will Cook (1995-96) Wes Cooksey (1998-01) Colin Cooper (1982-84) Glenn Cooper (1971-72) Terry Cooper (1981-82) Ben Coram (2012) Chris Cordoza (1989) David Cortez (1984-85) Bill Cox (1971) Christopher Coy (2001-04) Jason Cragg (1992) Rocky Craigen (2001-04) Colt Crawford (2005-06) Mike Crawford (1973) David Croak (1989-90) Bill Cronin (1971) Rusty Culbreth (1978-79) Mark Cummings (1980-81) Spencer Cuniff (2009-10) Brain Czarnecki (1988-89)

D

Mark Daigle (2002) Willy Dart (1996) Jon Davis (1996-97) Josh Davis (1985-86) Aaron Dean (1997) Rick Dearing (1991) Brett DeBord (1999)

Dennis DeCiglio (1981) William Delage (2004-06) Collin DeLome (2005-07) Brad Depoy (2007-08) Steve DeRouen (1973) Andrew Dewey (2011) Scotty Diaz (2003-04) Jeff Dinkins (1995-96) John DiPillo (1985-86) John Dolan (1974-75) Ronny Donahue (1969) Edward Donohue (1981-84) Seth Dornak (2012) Todd Doucet (1988) Dennis Dresden (1983-84) Bryan Droptini (1997) Bill Dudek (1985) David Duggen (1995) Chris Dunkin (2008-09) Travis Dunson (2007-08) Damon Duran (1986-88) Jonathan Dziedzic (2010-12)

E

C.J. Ebarb (2005-06) Mark Eberenz (1982-83) Johnny Ellis (1989-92) Mike Ellis (1979) John-Austin Emmons (2004) Thomas Enloe (1981) Tim Erickson (2005-08) Dennis Everson (1991-93)

F

Clayton Farhat (2010-11) Jimmy Ferguson (1977) Chris Fields (1999) Brian Filson (1997-98) Ryan Finan (2003-04) Darrell Finch (1992-93) Lee Fincher (1999, 2001) Craig Fisch (1978-80) Ryan Fitzgerald (1998-99) Chris Flanagan (1998-01) Chris Flowers (1990) Jesse Floyd (2002-03)

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Billy Flynn (1990) Harold Flynn (1976-77) Joel Follmer (1987-90) Clay Fulloder (2002) Blake Ford (2009-11) Jordan Foster (2001-04) Joe Fowler (1999-00) John Frankie (1983-85) Archie Fregia (1967) Doug Fregia (1991) John Fren (1980-82) Lester Funk (1991) Jon Furman (1977-78)

G

Cory Gafford (1992-95) Joe Galanti (1976) Sergio Galvez (1993) Andrew Gay (2005-06) David Geibush (1999) Tommy Gerik (1967-69) Murray Gilbertson (2005) Shan Gilder (1992) Jim Gilligan (1967-68) John Gilligan (1973-76) John Gilligan Jr. (2011-12) Grant Gipson (1973) Mike Glenn (1977-78) Michael Glynn (2002) Derrick Gordon (2004-06) Matt Gore (2006-09) Clement Goth (1973) Matt Gowan (2002-03) Stephen Graham (2001, 03) Jeremy Gray (2002-05) Josh Gray (2000-03) Kyle Green (1991-94) Chad Gregory (1997-98) Brent Griffin (1997-98) Waylon Grubbs (2000) Brent Guidry (1974-76) Nik Gumeson (2008)

H

Carter Hahn (2012) Steve Halderman (1989)

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All-Time Letterwinners Wesley Hale (1997, 99) Brian Hall (1991) Sammy Hall (1988-89) Shane Hamaker (2011) Marlin Hamilton (1977-78) Dan Hammarstrom (1986-87) Jason Hammond (1988-89) Shane Hamaker (2012) Jo Jo Haney (2004-06) Kevin Hanzel (1977-78) Benny Harper (1967) Allen Harrington (2005-07) Eric Harrington (2009-12) Brent Harris (2009) Cameron Harris (1967) David Harris (2012) James Harris (1971-72) Jimmy Harris (1979) Josh Harris (2004) Greg Harrop (1967-69) Earl Hathaway (1980) Scott Hatten (1992-93) Jerome Havard (2001-02) Steven Havard (2007-08) Anthony Hayes (2001-02) Willie Hayes (1967) Doug Haymans (1989-90) Tommy Hearn (1983-84) Robert Hebert (1983) Eric Heinlein (1985-86) John Helliman (1972) Jeff Hellwig (1986-87) Jake Henderson (2010) Will Henderson (2003-06) Thomas Henk (2012) Clay Hensley (2002) Eddie Heppt (1976) Tim Hermann (1985) Dan Hernandez (2006-07) Mickey Hernandez (2001-02) Jeff Herrick (1999) Tracy Herrmann (1998) Danny Hetzel (1968-70) Joe Hewes (1985) Glen Hill (1971) Lowell Hill (1971-73) Jared Hill (2007-08) Jason Hinkle (1992) Brandt Hinojosa (1982) Homer Hinojosa (1993-94) Brandon Hoag (1992)

Micah Hoffpauir (2001-02) John Holcomb (1977-79) Mike Holland (1989) Cory Holley (2009-10) Victor Howell (1978-79) Dustin Huff (2003) Matt Huff (1985-86) Sam Huff (2004-05) Mike Hughes (1971-73) Eddie Hunt (1972-73) Jon Hunton (2004)

Harold Kincaid (1967-68) Danny King (1984) Dustin King (1994-95) Chip Kirk (1990) Larry Kitterman (1974) Jason Klam (1996-97) Gary Klingman (1972-74) Paul Knobloch (1967-69) Wes Koch (1998-01) Richard Kovach (1974-75) Randy Kucera (1973-76) Mike Kuecker (1971-72) Keith Kunetka (1989)

I

Anthon Iapoce (1992-94) Danny Ickles (1967) J.P. Igo (1999-00) Mark Ion (2002-03)

J

Ari Jacobs (1995-96) Emerick Jagneaux (1972-73) Dale James (1982) Cortney Jenkins (1998, 00) Mike Jenkins (1993) Phil Jensen (2003) Jack Joffrion (1997) Cameron Johnson (2010-11) Darian Johnson (2012) George Johnson (1998-99) Jeff Johnson (1993) Terry Johnson (1996) Bruce Johnston (1982) Donald Johnston (1981) Brian Jolly (1978) Louie Jones (1976-78) Mike Juhl (1988) Blake Justice (2002-03)

K

Erik Kanaby (2006-07) Bill Keenan (1989-90) Byron Kemmerling (1983) Brian Kennedy (1998) Jeff Kennedy (1980-81)

L

Cody Laird (2011-12) Matt Lambeth (2005-06) Jerry Lamont (2001) Rudy Land (1982-84) Kevin Lane (1993-96) Steve Lang (1975-76) Tommy Lange (1972-73) Pee Wee Langham (1979) Joey Latulippe (2010-11) Mike Laudig (1975-78) Andrew Leal (2005-06) Austin Lee (2000-01) Rick Leedy (1969-71) Rick Lemanski (1980-81) Junior Lemons (1985-86) Keith Leonard (1985) Frank Lewis (1985) Ronnie Liggett (1980-81) Robin Lindsey (1994-95) Tim Ling (1987) Jason Lingo (1991) Tyler Link (2008-09) Jeff Little (2001) B.J. Littleton (1998-00) Brian Lloyd (2007) Keith Lloyd (1977-78) Buzzy Loeffler (1978-79) Sal LoStrappo (1985-86) Albert Lott (2011-12) Bryan Lovelace (1992-93) David Lowery (1987) Jarvis Lucas (1974-77) Donny Luker (1978) Gary Luker (1980)

Quentin Luquette (2009-10) Zach Luevanos (2012) Scott Lyness (1984-85) Mike Lytle (1967-69)

M

Steve Maas (1995-96) Steve Macfarland (2005-06) Tony Mack (1981-82) Rob Madding (1972-73) Eric Mapp (1994-95) Mark Margis (1983) Alan Marr (1980-81) Ricky Marshall (1974) Jeff Martin (1976-79) Wade Mathis (2008-11) Eric Matthews (1997-98) Greg Maxwell (1976) Vernon Maxwell (2012) Johnny May (1971-74) Alvin McBride (1967) Joe McCann (1976-79) Bob McCrary (1967) Rocky McDonald (1990) Doug McEvoy (1983-84) Tom McGivney (1977) Ty McGraw (1991) Taylor McInnis (2008-11) Dorsey McLeory (1979, 81) Larry McIver (1977-80) Jim McNeel (1996) Chadd McNulty (2001-02) Ryan Meade (2010) Mike Melancon (2002-03) Andy Mena (2009-11) Chip Mercer (1996-97) Jack Mercer (1967) Scott Meyer (2005-07) Linc Mikkelsen (1988-89) Toby Miles (1975) Kevin Millar (1992-93) Billy Miller (1986-88) Chris Minning (2000-01) Bo Mires (1991) Rick Molnar (1976) Barry Mongello (1996-97) Paul Montalbano (1979) Anthony Moore (2008-10) David Moore (2007-08)

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J.J. Moore (1998) Matt Morgal (2007-08) Mike Morgal (1976-79) Blake Morrison (1988-91) Cody Morrison (2007) Frank Morrison (1985) Lee Morrison (1999-00) Steve Moses (1994) Matt Munford (1983) Gary Musick (1967) Todd Myers (1996-99) Owen Myhre (1994-97)

N

Gary Nalls (1985) Robert Neagli (2001) Jimmy Neale (1996-97) Brian Needham (2006-09) James Nelson (1990) Jim Nelson (1993) Ryne Nelson (2008) Rick Nesloney (1976-77) John Neuerburg (1973-74) Christopher Norris (2001)

O

Roy O’Banan (1983) Mark Oldham (1969-71) Aaron Olivas (2012) Alan Olson (1972-73) Mike Ondrias (1989-90) Steve Osborne (1974)

P

Logan Pace (2007-08) Michael Padgett (2010) Tom Padia (1975) Bill Palmer (1982-85) Carl Pankratz (1978-79) Joe Pantaleo (1980-82) Kevin Parker (1996) Richard Parker (1992) Dennis Parma (1967) Scott Pasket (2011)

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All-Time Letterwinners

Mike Pasqualicchio (1993-95) Phil Pate (1969-71) Brad Pemberton (1987-88) Andres Perez (2003) Mike Perkins (1985-86) Jeff Pertersen (1983-84) Scott Petkovsek (1971-72) Rich Petrone (1981) Brad Picha (2012) Cory Pierce (1999-00) Jeremy Pierce (1997-98, 00-01) Tommy Pierce (1998-99) Wade Pirkle (2002-03) Chuckie Platt (2005-06) Kevin Poenitzch (2003-04) Craig Pollard (1992) David Poss (1984-87) Ronnie Potts (1967) Rommy Premeaux (1973) Robert Price (1969) Jay Prigmore (2008) Darrin Printy (1992, 94) Doug Printy (1991) Tylor Prudhomme (2007-08) Greg Pyrek (1990)

R

Mark Raines (1976) Ramon Raines (1984) John Ross Ramirez (2007-08) Mike Raney (1974) Bob Rauch (1994-95) Chris Reda (1996-99) Wayne Reitmeyer (1981-82) Keith Remig (1967-69) Clint Remmert (1980) Neil Reynolds (1984-87) Bruce Rice (1980-81) Chase Richards (2004-05) Trey Rinando (2002-04) Oscar Rivera (1979-80) Triny Rivera Sr. (1969) Triny Rivera Jr. (1992-95) Paul Rizzato (1973) Gary Robertson (1985) Richard Robertson (1988) Jason Robinson (1996-97) Phil Robinson (1977) Kevin Roebuck (2009-11)

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Tommy Roebuck (2010-11) Pete Romano (1980-83) Frank Romeo (1973-76) Nathan Ross (1994) Alberto Rouge (1994) Jorge Rouge (1994) Gus Roy (1974) Eddie Rundle (1968-69) Matt Russell (2001-02)

S

Ryan Saldivar (2008-09) Pablo Salinas (2010-11) Jeremiah Sammy (2008-09) Brian Sanches (1997-99) Mike Sarbaugh (1986-89) Erik Schmitz (1989-90) Mike Schrieber (1973) Donny Schroeder (1992-95) Don Schuelke (1975-76) Wayne Schwing (1980-81) Rodney Scroggs (1990-91) Daledric Seastrunk (1991-92) Stephen Segar (2012) Cory Sellars (1996) John Senes (1981-84) Joe Sergent (1999) Ed Seymour (1992) Brian Shallock (2004-05) Brian Shepard (1986) Pat Sherald (2000-01) Wade Sholmire (1989) Pat Shortt (1981-82) Mark Shumbera (1972-74) Rusty Silcox (1988) Keith Silver (1982-84) Joe Pat Simms (1981) Mark Simon (1988) Greg Sims (1987-88) Brian Sisk (2007-08) Kacey Smart (1993-95) Kevin Smiley (2002-03) Brett Smith (1976) David C. Smith (1978-81) David W. Smith (1976-79) Dean Smith (1996) Holly Smith (1975) Jimmy Smith (1999) Matison Smith (2007-10)

Shad Smith (1990) Craig Smithy (1978-79) Oscar Snider (2001) Mark Snipp (1980-81) Brian Sodolak (1998) Steve Solis (1999-00) Bryan Spell (1996-99) Eric Spellman (1992) Gary Spencer (1969-71) Terry Spencer (2001) Wayne Stanley (2012) Shaun Stanton (2002-03) Tom Star (1991) Steven Starcke (1990-92) Berry Sterling (1976) Garrett Steward (2009-10) Michael Stewart (1990) Billy Stokley (1998-00) Dade Stokley (2001) David Stone (1975) Eric Stone (1986) Jimmy Stone (1983) Bobby Straface (1993-94) Bobby Strother (1989-90) Jason Stutes (2005, 07) Kyle Stutes (2001-04) Lew Surratt (1978-81) Rico Sutton (1980) Trevor Swint (2012) Trey Swor (2005)

Alan Toronjo (1983-84) Michael Torres (2000, 02) Heath Totten (1998-00) Paul Touchstone (1976) Keith Towne (2007-08) Matt Trenck (2000) Tony Trent (1986-87) Gino Trevino (1988-89) Machon Trimm (2011-12) Stephen Tromblee (2011) Steven Tucker (2008-09) Jeffrey Tyler (1995)

V

John Valenzuela (1991-92) Pedro Valerio (1981-82) Chris Vallette (2000) Richard Valley (1967-69) Scott Vander Weg (2004-05) Trever Van Wyk (1995) Charlie Vargas (1998) Phis Varrichio (1991) Richard Vela (2001-02) Ryan Verde (1992-93) Jeff Vickers (2007-08) Jude Vidrine (2011-12)

W T

David Talamantez (2000-03) Brian Taylor (2008-09) Mark Teichman (1977) Richard Templeton (1996-99) Rudy Terrasas (1976) Jimmy Terrill (1985-87) Ricky Testa (2008-09) Bubba Thurman (1988) Jordan Thibodeaux (2008) Buddy Tibbs (1974-77) Dirk Tidwell (1985-87) Hector Tijerina (1974-75) Dustin Tilley (2003) John Tirrell (1986-87) Al Toledo (1985) Chris Tompkins (1998) Drew Topham (2000-01)

Don Wafford (1979) Mark Wagstaff (1971) Justin Walker (2006-08) Morgan Walker (1993-96) Greg Walkup (1984) Jacob Walton (1998-99) Ken Wamble (1969) Leldon Ward (1969-71) Ricky Wardwell (1967) Joey Watson (1973) Billy Wearden (1973-76) John Weglarz (1992) Gary Wendlandt (1972) Stephen Westbrook (1991-94) Wade White (1996-97) Jay Whitehead (1993) Mike Wilkins (1985-87) Billy Williams (1976)

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Cody Williams (2006-07) Jeff Williams (1983-84) Mark Williams (1987) Randy Williams (1995-97) Reggie Williams (1993) Tracy Williams (1987-88) Matt Wilson (2004-06) Terrell Wilson (1990-93) Waldo Winborn (1978) Brett Winn (2002-04) Justin Wise (1997-99) Scott Wood (1996) Danny Woods (1974) Bo Wortham (2003) Gene Worthy (1969-71) Ike Wynn (1967) Robert Wynn (1969)

Z

Kevin Zaug (1998) Ted Zentek (2010) Cory Zimmerman (2006) Chris Zink (1983-84)

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Single Season Team Records

GENERAL

Seasons: 49 Games: 2,528 Record: 1,450-1,068-10 (.579) Games 1. 80 in 1981 2. 71 in 1980 3. 70 in 1983 4. 66 in 1984 5. 64 in 1982 Victories 1. 54 in 1981 2. 46 in 1980 3. 45 in 1984 4. 44 in 1993 4. 44 in 1979 Best Win Percentage 1. .733 in 1979 (44-16) 2. .727 in 1978 (40-15) 3. .725 in 1977 (37-14) 4. .719 in 2004 (41-16) 5. .709 in 1993 (44-18) Lowest Win Percentage 1. .265 in 1972 (9-25) 2. .306 in 1990 (16-37) 3. .346 in 1991 (18-34) 4. .392 in 1988 (20-31) 5. .423 in 1973 (11-15) Consecutive Victories 1. 20 in 1979 2. 19 in 1980 3. 16 in 1976

Batting At Bats 1. 2,181 in 1981 (27.26) 2. 2,124 in 2005 (34.82) 3. 2,061 in 2002 (34.35) 4. 2,116 in 2010 (34.69) 5. 2,047 in 2006 (35.29) 6. 2,044 in 1995 (32.97)

Runs 1. 515 in 1980 (7.25) 2. 499 in 1981 (6.24) 3. 440 in 1993 (7.33) 4. 430 in 2010 (7.05) 5. 424 in 2001 (6.95) 6. 422 in 1995 (6.81)

Total Bases 1. 952 in 1981 (11.90) 2. 951 in 2005 (15.59) 3. 941 in 2001 (15.43) 4. 940 in 2009 (15.67) 5. 939 in 2010 (15.39) 6. 931 in 2006 (16.05

Innings Pitched 1. 580.1 in 1981 2. 541.2 in 2010 3. 535.0 in 2005 4. 529.2 in 1983 5. 527.1 in 1980 6. 524.2 in 2009

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Stolen Bases 1. 125 in 1979 (2.08) 2. 124 in 1993 (2.07) 3. 116 in 1978 (2.11) 4. 113 in 1981 (1.41) 5. 107 in 1980 (1.51)

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Slugging Percentage 1. .508 in 1999 2. .489 in 1998 3. .481 in 1987 4. .476 in 2001 5. .474 in 1997

Runs Allowed 1. 92 in 1969 2. 94 in 1968 3. 113 in 1973 4. 116 in 1967 5. 120 in 1971

643 in 2003 (11.09) 642 in 2006 (11.07) 637 in 2002 (10.62) 636 in 2010 (10.43) 632 in 2005 (10.36) 622 in 2009 (10.37)

Batting Average 1. .318 in 2003 2. .314 in 2006 2. .314 in 2001 4. .309 in 2002 5. .308 in 1999

PITCHING

Doubles Earned Run Average 1. 152 in 2001 (2.49) 1. 2.25 in 1970 2. 144 in 2010 (2.36) 2. 2.30 in 1969 3. 139 in 2003 (2.40) 3. 2.47 in 1971 4. 134 in 2009 (2.23) 4. 2.63 in 1968 5. 134 in 2005 (2.16) 5. 2.77 in 1972 6. 131 in 1999 (2.38) Triples 1. 22 in 2005 (0.36) 1. 22 in 1980 (0.31) 3. 21 in 1999 (0.38) 3. 21 in 1985 (0.36) 3. 21 in 1979 (0.34) 6. 18 in 1977 (0.34) 6. 18 in 1976 (0.36) Home Runs 1. 71 in 1981 (0.89) 2. 65 in 1980 (0.92) 3. 64 in 1999 (1.16) 3. 64 in 1998 (1.21) 5. 57 in 1978 (1.04)

Complete Games 1. 30 in 1979 2. 27 in 1982 2. 27 in 1980 4. 26 in 1981 4. 26 in 1975 Shutouts 1. 10 in 1980 2. 9 in 2004 2. 9 in 1981 2. 9 in 1979 5. 8 in 2002 5. 8 in 1984 Saves 1. 17 in 2004 2. 15 in 1983 3. 14 in 2005 3. 14 in 1985 5. 13 in 2008 5. 13 in 2001 5. 13 in 1986

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Allowed 160 in 1969 181 in 1973 186 in 1968 187 in 1967 212 in 1970

Earned Runs Allowed 1. 63 in 1968 2. 67 in 1969 3. 79 in 1973 4. 84 in 1967 5. 85 in 1970 Walks 1. 81 in 1968 2. 99 in 1967 3. 125 in 1972 4. 130 in 1973 5. 131 in 1970 Strikeouts 1. 490 in 2006 2. 466 in 2009 3. 458 in 2005 4. 443 in 2002 5. 439 in 1997

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At Bats 60 vs. Maine, 2010 57 vs. New Orleans, 1983 55 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1972 54 vs. Rice, 1982 Runs 27 vs. Northwestern State, 1978 25 at A&M-Corpus Christi, 2001 25 at Louisiana Tech, 1998 25 vs. Texas Southern, 1986 24 vs. Rice, 1982 24 vs. Southern, 1977 Hits 27 at Louisiana, 1996 26 at Louisiana Tech, 1998 25 vs. Oklahoma, 2006 25 vs. Tulane, 1994 24 at McNeese State, 2001 23 at Rice, 2011 23 vs. UTPA, 2002 22 vs. Texas State, 2010 22 at WKU, 1997 Consecutive Hits 9 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 2008 Doubles 12 vs. UTPA, 2004 9 vs. WKU, 1996 7 - 10 times, last vs. Central Arkansas, 2011 Triples 5 vs. UT Arlington, 1974 3 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 2005 3 at McNeese State, 1999 3 vs. St. Francis, Ill., 1986 3 vs. Rice University, 1986 3 vs. North Texas, 1984 Home Runs 9 at Louisiana Tech, 1998 7 vs. Columbia, 2009 7 vs. Northwestern State, 1978 7 vs. Southern, 1977 6 vs. UTSA, 2004 6 vs. Prairie View A&M, 1999 6 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1980 6 vs. Louisiana, 1980

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Total Bases 59 at Louisiana Tech, 1998 43 at A&M-Corpus Christi, 2001 42 at Louisiana, 1996 42 vs. Southern, 1977 38 vs. Central Connecticut State, 2005 38 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1980 36 vs. Columbia, 2009 36 vs. Nebraska, 1999 36 vs. Louisiana, 1980 36 vs. Houston, 1988 Stolen Bases 10 vs. Texas Southern, 1987 9 vs. John Brown, 1979 8 vs. Houston, 2009 8 at A&M-Corpus Christi, 2008 8 vs. Arkansas State, 1990 8 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1980

Opponent At Bats 62 by Maine, 2010 55 by New Orleans, 1993 53 by Stephen F. Austin, 1990 52 by several schools Runs 26 by Louisiana, 1980 23 by Louisiana, 2005 21 by Rice, 1985 21 by Miami (Fla.) 1980

Triples 4 by Rice, 1996 3 by Sam Houston State, 2011 3 by Houston, 1990 2 by several schools

Home Runs 9 at Louisiana Tech, 1998 7 vs. Columbia, 2009 7 vs. Northwestern State, 1978 7 vs. Southern, 1977 6 vs. UTSA, 2004 6 vs. Prairie View A&M, 1999 6 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1980 6 vs. Louisiana, 1980 Total Bases 40 by Sam Houston State, 2008 40 by Louisiana, 2005 39 by UTSA, 2010 38 by Miami, Fla., 1980 37 by Louisiana, 1990 37 by Rice, 1985 37 by Sam Houston State, 2008 Stolen Bases 9 by TCU, 1989 8 by McNeese State, 1993 8 by Nicholls, 1990 8 by Nicholls, 1990

Hits

24 by Louisiana, 1990 24 by Rice, 1985 23 by Wichita State, 1985 23 by New Orleans, 1991 23 by Sam Houston State (twice), 2008 Doubles 7 by Central Arkansas, 2007 7 by Missouri, 1988 7 by Missouri, 1988 7 by New Orleans, 1987 7 by UNLV, 1979

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Combined

Plate Appearances 143 Lamar (75) and Maine (68), 2010 140 Lamar (71) and Rice (69), 1982 Walks 30 Lamar (23) and Wichita State (7), 1985 Sacrifice Hits 7 Lamar (2) and Rice (5), 1982 Total Chances 153 Lamar (81) and Rice (72), 1982 Assists 50 Lamar (29) and Rice (21), 1982 Longest Games 17 innings vs. Maine, 2010 16 innings vs. UTSA, 2004 16 innings vs. Rice, 1982 15 innings vs. Louisiana Tech, 1972 14 innings vs. St. Francis (Ill.), 1983 14 innings vs. New Orleans, 1983 14 innings vs Arkansas State, 1995

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Single Game Individual Records

At Bats 8 - Quentin Luquette vs. Maine, 2/20/10 8 - Cameron Campbell vs. Maine, 2/20/10 8 - Cameron Johnson vs. Maine, 2/20/10 8 - Rodney Scroggs vs. Stephen F. Austin, 3/13/90 8 - Jeff Williams vs. New Orleans, 3/13/83

Runs 5 - Kevin Roebuck at Central Arkansas, 3/20/11 5 - Collin DeLome vs. Northwestern State, 4/22/05 5 - Matt Gowan vs UTPA, 2/10/02 5 - Drew Topham vs. A&M-Corpus Christi, 4/9/01 5 - Bruce Aven vs. UT-Pan American, 5/8/93 5 - Jimmy Castino vs. Denver, 3/7/80 5 - Joe McCann vs. New Orleans, 4/13/79 5 - Jeff Martin at McNeese State, 4/16/78 Hits 6 - Bobby Bradshaw vs. UT Arlington, 4/19/75 5 - by several, last by Quentin Luquette vs. ULM, 4/29/09 Doubles 4 - Micah Hoffpauir at McNeese State, 4/21/01 3 - Kevin Roebuck at Central Arkansas, 3/18/11 3 - Dan Hernandez vs. Arkansas State, 2/25/07 3 - Jeremy Gray at Sam Houston State, 5/1/05 3 - Wes Cooksey vs. A&M-Corpus Christi, 4/4/01 3 - George Johnson at Louisiana Tech, 5/2/98 3 - Jack Joffrion vs. Western Kentucky, 4/5/97 3 - Brad Pemberton at Houston, 4/26/88 3 - Mike Sarbaugh vs. Baylor, 2/26/88 Triples 3 - Harold Flynn vs. Northwestern State, 2/19/77 Home Runs 3 - David Moore vs. Texas State, 5/22/08 3 - Micah Hoffpauir vs. Prairie View, 3/20/02 3 - Justin Wise at Arkansas-Little Rock, 3/21/98 3 - Jason Klam at Arkansas-Little Rock, 5/4/96 2 - by several, last by Ryan Meade and Anthony Moore at UT Arlington, 5/15/10

Total Bases 14 - Justin Wise at UALR, 3/21/98 13 - David Moore vs. Texas State, 5/22/08 13 - Micah Hoffpauir vs. Prairie View A&M, 3/20/02 12 - Micah Hoffpauir at McNeese State, 4/21/01 12 - Clint Bell vs. Nebraska, 2/13/99 12 - Jason Klam at UALR, 5/4/96 11 - Justin Wise at Louisiana Tech, 5/2/98 11 - Joel Follmer at Nicholls, 3/16/88 11 - Jeff Martin at McNeese State, 4/16/78 Stolen Bases 4 - Corey Cephus vs. Prairie View A&M, 2/11/97 4 - Chad Bunting vs. Chicago State, 3/6/96 4 - Luis Collazo at McNeese State, 4/20/80 4 - Luis Collazo vs. Louisiana, 4/12/80 4 - Harold Flynn at Centenary, 4/13/76 Walks 5 - Neil Reynolds at Wichita State, 5/19/85 5 - Junior Lemons at Wichita State, 5/19/85 Cycles Jeremy Pierce vs. New Orleans, 2/25/01 Joel Follmer at Nicholls, 3/16/88 Jeff Martin at McNeese State, 4/16/78 Consecutive Hits 8 - Jimmy Neale at Arkansas State and Nicholls, 4/13/96-4/16/96 Strikeouts 17 - Clay Hensley vs. UT Arlington, 5/22/02 15 - Randy Williams vs. Arkansas State, 4/9/95 15 - Linc Mikkelsen vs. UTPA, 4/9/89 14 - Ricky Testa vs. A&M-Corpus Christi, 4/5/09 14 - William Delage vs. Stephen F. Austin, 3/25/06 14 - Craig Fisch vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2/26/80 14 - David W. Smith vs. ULM, 3/13/79 14 - Danny Hetzel vs. Trinity, 5/10/68

Runs Batted In 10 - Drew Topham at A&M-Corpus Christi, 4/9/01 8 - Ryan Meade at UT Arlington, 5/15/10 8 - Micah Hoffpauir vs. Prairie View A&M, 3/20/02 8 - Jason Klam at Arkansas-Little Rock, 5/4/96 7 - Kevin Roebuck at Central Arkansas, 3/20/11 7 - Michael Ambort at Central Arkansas, 4/7/07 7 - Michael Ambort vs. Northwestern State, 4/22/05 7 - Jordan Foster vs. Nicholls, 4/26/03 7 - Justin Wise at Louisiana Tech, 5/2/98 7 - Rusty Culbreth vs. Northwestern State, 4/18/78 7 - Jeff Martin at McNeese State, 4/16/78

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Single Season Batting Records

At Bats 1. 250 Triny Rivera, 1995 2. 245 Micah Hoffpauir, 2002 3. 241 Adrian Cantu, 2005 4. 238 Aaron Buchanan, 2010 4. 238 Ryan Baker, 2007 6. 237 Brian Taylor, 2009 6. 237 Collin DeLome, 2006 8. 236 Bob Rauch, 1995 8. 236 Alan Marr, 1980 Runs 1. 73 Tyler Link, 2009 2. 67 Wade Mathis, 2011 3. 66 Blake Justice, 2002 4. 65 Aaron Buchanan, 2010 5. 62 Ted Zentek, 2011 5. 62 Aaron Buchanan, 2011 5. 62 Erik Kanaby, 2007 5. 62 Anthony Iapoce, 1993 5. 62 Beau Allred, 1987 5. 62 Junior Lemons, 1986 5. 62 Luis Collazo, 1980 Hits 1. 96 Jordan Foster, 2003 2. 91 Erik Kanaby, 2007 3. 89 Collin DeLome, 2006 4. 88 Brian Taylor, 2009 4. 88 Blake Justice, 2002 4. 88 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001 4. 88 Alan Marr, 1980 8. 87 Bruce Aven, 1993 9. 86 Tyler Link, 2009 10. 84 Jerald Clark, 1985

Batting Average 1. .417 Jordan Foster, 2003 2. .406 Erik Kanaby, 2007 3. .403 Morgan Walker, 1996 4. .391 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001 5. .386 Jeff Martin, 1978 6. .383 Will Cook, 1995 7. .381 Blake Justice, 2002 8. .381 Pedro Valerio, 1981 9. .380 Bruce Aven, 1993 Doubles 1. 29 Jordan Foster, 2003 2. 26 Micah Hoffpauir, 2002 3. 24 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001 3. 24 Alan Marr, 1980 5. 22 Michael Ambort, 2007 6. 21 Aaron Buchanan, 2010 6. 21 Chris Reda, 1999 8. 20 C.J. Ebarb, 2006 8. 20 John Allen, 2004 8. 20 Adrian Cantu, 2004 8. 20 Mike Sarbaugh, 1989 Triples 1. 9 Collin DeLome, 2005 2. 7 Collin DeLome, 2007 3. 6 Collin DeLome, 2006 3. 6 Eric Mapp, 1995 3. 6 Joe McCann, 1979 Home Runs 1. 18 Michael Ambort, 2005 2. 16 Jason Klam, 1996 2. 16 Beau Allred, 1987 4. 15 Morgan Walker, 1996 5. 13 Will Henderson, 2006 5. 13 Aaron Dean, 1997 5. 13 Bruce Aven, 1993 5. 13 Kevin Millar, 1992 5. 13 Eric Mapp, 1995 Runs Batted In 1. 73 Kim Christensen, 1981 2. 71 Jordan Foster, 2003 3. 70 Micah Hoffpauir, 2002 4. 69 Jeff Martin, 1979 5. 68 Eric Mapp, 1995 6. 67 Bruce Aven, 1993 7. 65 Will Henderson, 2006 7. 65 Michael Ambort, 2005 7. 65 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001 7. 65 Kim Christensen, 1980

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Total Bases 1. 150 Collin DeLome, 2006 1. 150 Morgan Walker, 1996 1. 150 Bruce Aven, 1993 4. 148 Jordan Foster, 2003 5. 144 Jerald Clark, 1985 6. 143 Beau Allred, 1987 7. 142 Michael Ambort, 2005 7. 142 Eric Mapp, 1995 9. 140 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001 10. 137 Micah Hoffpauir, 2002 10. 137 Jason Klam, 1996 Stolen Bases 1. 44 Luis Collazo, 1980 2. 42 Joe McCann, 1981 3. 36 Joe McCann, 1978 4. 36 Harold Flynn, 1977 5. 34 Anthony Iapoce, 1993 Walks 1. 68 Kerry Christensen, 1982 2. 63 Luis Collazo, 1980 3. 62 Will Cook, 1995 4. 56 Kerry Christensen, 1980 5. 50 Dorsey McLemore, 1981 Strikeouts 1. 59 Corey Cephus, 1998 2. 57 Will Henderson, 2006 3. 55 David Moore, 2007 4. 54 Eric Mapp, 1995 5. 53 Matt Lambeth, 2006 6. 52 Justin Wise, 1999 7. 51 Anthony Moore, 2010 7. 51 George Johnson, 1998 9. 48 Collin DeLome, 2006 10. 48 Dan Hernandez, 2006 Hitting Streaks 1. 25 Erik Kanaby, 2006-07 2. 23 Chad Bunting, 1995-1996 3. 19 Jordan Foster, 2003 3. 19 Jerald Clark, 1985 5. 17 Collin DeLome, 2006 6. 16 Jeff Martin, 1978 7. 15 Aaron Buchanan, 2010 7. 15 Todd Myers, 1998 9. 14 Jack Joffrion, 1997 9. 14 Anthony Iapoce, 1994 9. 14 Neil Reynolds, 1987

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Career Batting Records

At Bats 1. 831 Jerald Clark, 1982-85 2. 764 Neil Reynolds, 1984-87 3. 762 Bruce Aven, 1991-94 Runs 1. 166 Joe McCann, 1976-79 2. 152 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 2. 152 Bruce Aven, 1991-94 2. 152 Kerry Christensen, 1979-82 5. 151 Kim Christensen, 1979-82 6. 141 Luis Collazo, 1977-80 7. 140 Michael Ambort, 2004-07 7. 140 Jeremy Gray, 2002-05 Hits 1. 256 Jordan Foster, 2001-04 2. 242 Jerald Clark, 1982-85 3. 233 Neil Reynolds, 1984-87 4. 229 Bruce Aven, 1991-94 5. 223 Mike Sarbaugh, 1986-89 6. 220 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 7. 218 Jeremy Gray, 2002-05 8 217 Michael Ambort, 2004-07 9. 215 Joe McCann, 1976-79 Batting Average 1. .381 Erik Kanaby, 2006-07 2. .374 Jordan Foster, 2001-04 3. .362 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001-02 4. .361 Blake Justice, 2002-03 5. .356 Tyler Link, 2008-09 6. .351 Alan Marr, 1980-81 7. .341 Harold Flynn, 1976-77 8. .340 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 9. .337 Jeremy Pierce, 1997-01 10. .335 Dan Hernandez, 2006-07

ERIK KANABY

Doubles 1. 63 Jordan Foster, 2001-04 2. 56 Neil Reynolds, 1984-87 3. 55 Mike Sarbaugh, 1986-89 4. 52 Jerald Clark, 1982-85 5. 51 Michael Ambort, 2004-07 6. 50 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001-02 7. 48 Wes Cooksey, 1998-01 Triples 1. 22 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 2. 11 Joe McCann, 1976-79 3. 10 Anthony Iapoce, 1992-94 4. 9 David Cortez, 1984-85 5. 8 Anthony Moore, 2008-10 5. 8 Bruce Aven, 1991-94 Home Runs 1. 38 Michael Ambort, 2004-07 2. 34 Morgan Walker, 1993-96 3. 32 Kim Christensen, 1979-82 4. 25 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 4. 25 Jerald Clark, 1982-85 4. 25 Kerry Christensen, 1979-82 7. 24 Jeff Martin, 1976-79 Runs Batted In 1. 190 Kim Christensen, 1979-82 2. 173 Michael Ambort, 2004-07 3. 172 Jerald Clark, 1982-85 4. 165 Jordan Foster, 2001-04 5. 165 Neil Reynolds, 1984-87 6. 153 Bruce Aven, 1991-94 7. 151 Morgan Walker, 1993-96 8. 150 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 9. 137 Jeff Martin, 1976-79 10. 135 Micah Hoffpauir, 2001-02 Total Bases 1. 385 Jerald Clark, 1982-85 2. 382 Michael Ambort, 2004-07 3. 381 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 4. 380 Jordan Foster, 2001-04 5. 360 Neil Reynolds, 1984-87 6. 348 Morgan Walker, 1993-96 7. 346 Bruce Aven, 1991-94 8. 344 Mike Sarbaugh, 1986-89 9. 340 Kim Christensen, 1979-82 Stolen Bases 1. 102 Joe McCann, 1976-79 2. 82 Luis Collazo, 1977-80 3. 76 Anthony Iapoce, 1992-94 4. 66 Harold Flynn, 1976-77 5. 56 Bruce Aven, 1991-94

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COLLIN DELOME Walks 1. 184 Kerry Christensen, 1979-82 2. 137 Luis Collazo, 1977-80 3. 117 Mike Laudig, 1975-78 4. 116 Terrell Wilson, 1989-93 5. 111 Will Cook, 1995-1996 6. 106 Neil Reynolds, 1984-87 Strikeouts 1. 139 Jeremy Gray, 2002-05 2. 134 Cory Gafford, 1992-95 3. 129 Joel Follmer, 1987-90 4. 126 Todd Myers, 1996-99 5. 123 Triny Rivera, 1992-95 6. 122 Collin DeLome, 2005-07 7. 113 Morgan Walker, 1993-96 8. 112 Frank Romeo, 1973-76 9. 110 Justin Wise, 1997-99

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Single Season Pitching Records

Victories 1. 12 Keith Silver, 1984 1. 12 David C. Smith, 1980 1. 12 Craig Fisch, 1980 1. 12 Rick Nesloney, 1977 5. 11 Brian Sisk, 2007 5. 11 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1995 5. 11 Joe Pantaleo, 1981 5. 11 Carl Pankratz, 1979 5. 11 Julio Alonso, 1974 Consecutive Victories 1. 12 David C. Smith, 1980 2. 10 Keith Silver, 1984 Games Pitched 1. 34 Billy Stokley, 1998 2. 31 Brian Needham, 2009 3. 30 Mike Jenkins, 1993 3. 29 Wes Cooksey, 2001 5. 27 Tim Erickson, 2008 5. 27 Scott Meyer, 2006 5. 27 Jon Hunton, 2004 5. 27 Steve Maas, 1996 5. 27 David Poss, 1985 5. 27 Byron Kemmerling, 1983 Games Started 1. 18 David C. Smith, 1980 2. 17 Matison Smith, 2010 2. 17 William Delage, 2006 2. 17 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1995 2. 17 Jimmy Terrill, 1987 2. 17 John Senes, 1983 2. 17 Craig Fisch, 1980 Complete Games 1. 11 Julio Alonso, 1975 2. 10 Keith Silver, 1984 2. 10 Rick Nesloney, 1977 4. 9 Craig Fisch, 1980 4. 9 Heath Totten, 2000 Consecutive Scoreless Innings 1. 32.1 Mike Morgal, 1978 2. 27.1 Phil Brassington, 1993 3. 26.2 Keith Silver, 1984 4. 24.2 Josh Harris, 2004 5. 23 Kevin Lane, 1993 6. 22.1 Danny Hetzel, 1969 7. 21.1 Trey Rinando, 2002 8. 20 Tim Erickson, 2008

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Innings Pitched 1. 123 David C. Smith, 1980 2. 119 Rick Nesloney, 1977 3. 117.1 Matison Smith, 2010 4. 115.1 Craig Fisch, 1980 5. 115 David Poss, 1985 6. 110 Phil Brassington, 1993 7. 109.2 William Delage, 2006 8. 107.2 John Senes, 1983 Strikeouts 1. 127 Clay Hensley, 2002 2. 114 Jonathan Dziedzic, 2010 3. 109 Rick Nesloney, 1977 4. 108 Craig Fisch, 1980 5. 106 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1995 6. 103 Heath Totten, 2000 7. 103 Kyle Green, 1994 8. 102 William Delage, 2006 8. 102 Derrick Gordon, 2005 10. 100 Steve Macfarland, 2006 Walks 1. 89 Craig Fisch, 1980 2. 63 Alan Toronjo, 1983 3. 61 Steve Macfarland, 2006 4. 56 David C. Smith, 1980 5. 54 David Croak, 1989 5. 54 Craig Smithy, 1978 Shutouts 1. 4 Keith Silver, 1984 1. 4 David W. Smith, 1979 1. 4 David Bernsen, 1971 Saves 1. 10 Jon Hunton, 2004 2. 9 Tim Erickson, 2008 3. 8 Wes Cooksey, 2001 3. 8 Eric Cammack, 1997 5. 7 David Poss, 1986 6. 6 Billy Stokley, 1998 6. 6 Doug Printy, 1991 6. 6 David Poss, 1985 6. 6 Jeff Peterson, 1983

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BRIAN SISK Earned Run Average 1. 1.05 David C. Smith, 1979 2. 1.32 Julio Alonso, 1974 3. 1.60 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1994 4. 1.62 David Poss, 1987 5. 1.82 Brian Sanches, 1999 6. 1.87 Mike Morgal, 1978 7. 1.89 Doug Printy, 1991 7. 1.89 Tony Mack, 1982 7. 1.89 David Bernsen, 1971 Winning Percentage 1. .917 Julio Alonso (11-1), 1974 2. .909 Tony Mack (10-1), 1982 3. .909 Mike Morgal (10-1), 1978 4. .889 Eric Harrington (8-1), 2009 4. .889 Kevin Lane (8-1), 1994 4. .889 Kevin Lane (8-1), 1993 4. .889 David C. Smith (8-1), 1979

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Career Pitching Records

Victories 1. 34 David C. Smith, 1978-81 2. 33 David Poss, 1984-87 3. 27 John Senes, 1981-84 4. 26 William Delage, 2003-06 4. 26 Mike Morgal, 1976-79 6. 23 Kevin Lane, 1993-1996 6. 23 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1993-95 8. 22 Mike Wilkins, 1985-87 8. 22 Craig Fisch, 1978-80 Games Pitched 1. 91 David Poss, 1984-87 2. 87 Brian Needham, 2006-09 3. 86 Kyle Stutes, 2001-04 3. 86 Stephen Westbrook, 1991-94 5. 76 Billy Stokley, 1998-00 6. 73 Owen Myhre, 1994-97 6. 73 Martin Connor, 1989-93 8. 72 Tim Erickson, 2005-08 9. 70 William Delage, 2003-06 Games Started 1. 51 William DeLage, 2003-06 2. 50 David C. Smith, 1978-81) 3. 48 Joey Alexander, 1987-90) 4. 45 Eric Harrington, 2009-pres. 4. 45 John Senes, 1981-84 6. 41 Josh Gray, 2001-03 7. 40 Kevin Lane, 1993-96 Complete Games 1. 20 David C. Smith, 1978-81 2. 19 Julio Alonso, 1974-75 3. 18 Joey Alexander, 1987-90 3. 18 David Bernsen, 1969-72 5. 16 Rick Nesloney, 1976-77 Innings Pitched 1. 355.2 David Poss, 1984-87 2. 349.2 David C. Smith, 1978-81 3. 330.2 William Delage, 2003-06 4. 317.1 Joey Alexander, 1987-90 5. 308.2 Eric Harrington 2009-pres. 5. 292.2 Mike Morgal, 1976-79 Strikeouts 1. 271 William Delage, 2003-06 2. 256 Kyle Green, 1991-94 3. 234 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1993-95 4. 227 David Poss, 1984-87 5. 221 Derrick Gordon, 2004-06 6. 217 Allen Harrington, 2005-07 7. 211 Jonathan Dziedzic, 2010-pres. 8. 208 Heath Totten, 1998-2000

Shutouts 1. 6 David Bernsen, 1969-72 2. 5 David W. Smith, 1978-79 2. 5 Julio Alonso, 1974-75 Saves 1. 17 Tim Erickson, 2005-08 2. 15 David Poss, 1984-87 3. 10 Jon Hunton, 2004 4. 9 Billy Stokley, 1998-2000 4. 9 Eric Cammack, 1995-97 4. 9 Joe Pantaleo, 1980-82 4. 9 Stephen Westbrook, 1991-94 Earned Run Average 1. 1.65 Julio Alonso, 1974-75 2. 2.01 David Bernsen, 1969-72 3. 2.15 Tony Mack, 1981-82 4. 2.54 Mike Pasqualicchio, 1993-95 5. 2.73 David C. Smith, 1978-81 6. 2.83 Rick Nesloney, 1976-77 7. 2.89 William Delage, 2003-06 Winning Percentage 1. .807 Brian Sisk (21-5), 2007-08 2. .800 Jesse Floyd (16-4), 2002-03 3. .783 Tony Mack (18-5), 1981-82 4. .756 David C. Smith (34-11), 1978-81 5. .750 Julio Alonso (18-6), 1974-75 6. .743 William Delage (26-9), 2003-06 7. .739 Buddy Tibbs (17-6), 1974-75 8. .722 Mike Morgal (26-10), 1976-79

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Lamar’s No-Hitters

● Charles Pewitt (7.1 IP) and Claude Gilson (1.2 IP) vs. Northwestern State, 3/21/53; NSU won 3-2 ● Dan Hetzel (7 IP) vs. UT Arlington, 4/26/69; LU won 6-0 ● Julio Alonso (7 IP) vs. UT Arlington, 4/18/75; LU won 6-0 ● Rick Nesloney (7 IP) vs. UT Arlington, 4/22/77; LU won 5-0 ● Mike Morgal (7 IP) vs. Rice, 4/4/78; LU won 6-0 ● David W. Smith (7 IP) vs. ULM, 3/13/79; LU won 3-0 ● David C. Smith (9 IP) vs. Louisville, 3/19/79; LU won 4-1 ● Craig Fisch (7 IP) vs. UT Arlington, 3/25/79; LU won 8-0 ● John Fren (7 IP) vs. McNeese State, 3/16/80; LU won 4-0 ● Tony Mack (7 IP) vs. McNeese State, 3/20/82; LU won 5-0 ● Byron Kemmerling (7 IP) vs. McNeese State, 4/30/83; LU won 5-0 ● Gino Trevino (5 IP) and Chris Cordoza (2 IP) vs. St. Francis (Ill.), 3/18/89; LU won 9-0 ● Martin Connor (6 IP) and Darrin Printy (3 IP) vs. Texas Southern, 2/11/92; LU won 15-0 ● Mike Pasqualicchio (5 IP) at Prairie View A&M, 2/17/93; LU won 11-0 ● David Talamantez (7 IP) vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2/13/00; LU won 4-0

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Year-by-Year Category Leaders

Victories

1967 — .333 by Dennis Parma 1968 — .367 by Benny Harper 1969 — .341 by Leldon Ward 1970 — .330 by Nicky Accardo 1971 — .309 by Mark Oldham 1972 — .316 by Gary Klingman 1973 — .329 by Frank Romeo 1974 — .315 by Mark Shumbera 1975 — .335 by Bobby Bradshaw 1976 — .349 by Harold Flynn 1977 — .335 by Harold Flynn 1978 — .386 by Jeff Martin 1979 — .339 by Jeff Martin 1980 — .373 by Alan Marr 1981 — .381 by Pedro Valerio 1982 — .343 by Kim Christensen 1983 — .337 by Chris Zink 1984 — .350 by Neil Reynolds 1985 — .378 by Jerald Clark 1986 — .374 by Junior Lemons 1987 — .352 by Beau Allred 1988 — .318 by Mark Simon 1989 — .369 by Mike Sarbaugh 1990 — .346 by Blake Morrison 1991 — .293 by Rodney Scroggs 1992 — .317 by Anthony Iapoce 1993 — .380 by Bruce Aven 1994 — .342 by Robin Lindsey 1995 — .383 by Will Cook 1996 — .403 by Morgan Walker 1997 — .368 by Aaron Dean 1998 — .349 by Jeremy Pierce 1999 — .321 by Chris Reda 2000 — .337 by Michael Torres 2001 — .391 by Micah Hoffpauir 2002 — .381 by Blake Justice 2003 — .417 by Jordan Foster 2004 — .363 by Jordan Foster 2005 ­­— .336 by Michael Ambort 2006 — ­­ .376 by Collin DeLome 2007 — ­­ .406 by Erik Kanaby 2008 — ­­ .358 by Steven Tucker 2009 — ­­ .371 by Brian Taylor 2010 — .349 by Aaron Buchanan 2011 — .329 by Jeff Abt 2012 — .344 by Darian Johnson

Runs

1967 — 10 by Dennis Parma and Chip Mercer 1968 — 21 by Mike Lytle 1969 — 16 by Paul Knobloch 1970 — 20 by Nicky Accardo 1971 — 14 by Glenn Cooper and Phil Pate

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1972 — 12 by Glenn Cooper 1973 — 23 by Frank Romeo 1974 — 30 by Frank Romeo 1975 — 32 by Billy Wearden 1976 — 48 by Harold Flynn 1977 — 48 by Harold Flynn 1978 — 51 by Joe McCann 1979 — 55 by Joe McCann 1980 — 62 by Luis Collazo 1981 — 57 by Alan Marr 1982 — 48 by Kim Christensen 1983 — 43 by Mike Converso 1984 — 47 by Chris Zink 1985 — 49 by Jerald Clark 1986 — 62 by Junior Lemons 1987 — 62 by Beau Allred 1988 — 38 by Mark Simon 1989 — 41 by Mike Sarbaugh 1990 — 29 by Blake Morrison 1991 — 24 by Rodney Scroggs 1992 — 41 by Kevin Millar 1993 — 63 by Anthony Iapoce 1994 — 53 by Bruce Aven 1995 — 59 by Chad Bunting 1996 — 53 by Jason Klam 1997 — 58 by Bryan Droptini 1998 — 52 by Corey Cephus 1999 — 43 by Justin Wise 2000 — 37 by B.J. Littleton 2001 — 51 by Micah Hoffpauir 2002 — 66 by Blake Justice 2003 — 60 by Blake Justice 2004 — 51 by Jordan Foster 2005 — 57 by Michael Ambort 2006 — ­­ 57 by Collin DeLome 2007 — ­­ 62 by Erik Kanaby 2008 — ­­ 47 by Steven Tucker 2009 — 73 by Tyler Link 2010 — 65 by Aaron Buchanan 2011 — 47 by Aaron Buchanan 2012 — 34 by Darian Johnson and Jude Vidrine

Hits

1967 — 25 by Dennis Parma 1968 — 29 by Benny Harper and Eddie Rundle 1969 — 16 by Paul Knobloch 1970 — 38 by Nicky Accardo 1971 — 38 by Mark Oldham 1972 — 29 by Greg Carpenter 1973 — 28 by Frank Romeo 1974 — 44 by Mark Shumbera 1975 — 53 by Bobby Bradshaw 1976 — 61 by Harold Flynn 1977 — 67 by Harold Flynn 1978 — 68 by Jeff Martin

1979 — 67 by Joe McCann 1980 — 88 by Alan Marr 1981 — 74 by Alan Marr 1982 — 71 by Kim Christensen 1983 — 59 by Chris Zink 1984 — 73 by Jerald Clark 1985 — 84 by Jerald Clark 1986 — 65 by Junior Lemons 1987 — 74 by Beau Allred 1988 — 55 by Mark Simon 1989 — 72 by Mike Sarbaugh 1990 — 56 by Blake Morrison 1991 — 51 by Rodney Scroggs 1992 — 56 by Kevin Millar 1993 — 87 by Bruce Aven 1994 — 72 by Anthony Iapoce 1995 — 79 by Chad Bunting 1996 — 83 by Morgan Walker 1997 — 71 by Aaron Dean 1998 — 64 by George Johnson 1999 — 59 by Justin Wise 2000 — 58 by B.J. Littleton 2001 — 88 by Micah Hoffpauir 2002 — 88 by Blake Justice 2003 — 96 by Jordan Foster 2004 — 78 by Jordan Foster 2005 — 80 by Adrian Cantu 2006 — ­­ 89 by Collin DeLome 2007 — ­­ 91 by Erik Kanaby 2008 — ­­ 81 by Steven Tucker 2009 — ­­ 88 by Brian Taylor 2010 — 83 by Aaron Buchanan 2011 — 67 by Wade Mathis 2012 — 73 by Darian Johnson

1987 — 16 by Beau Allred 1988 — 8 by Billy Miller 1989 — 7 by Mike Sarbaugh 1990 — 7 by Joel Follmer 1991 — 2 by five players 1992 — 13 by Kevin Millar 1993 — 13 by Bruce Aven 1994 — 7 by Bob Rauch and Morgan Walker 1995 — 13 by Eric Mapp 1996 — 16 by Jason Klam 1997 — 13 by Aaron Dean 1998 — 12 by Justin Wise 1999 — 8 by Lee Fincher and George Johnson 2000 — 5 by Wes Cooksey 2001 — 8 by Micah Hoffpauir 2002 — 9 by Micah Hoffpauir 2003 — 7 by Jordan Foster 2004 — 9 by Jordan Foster and Michael Ambort 2005 — 18 by Michael Ambort 2006 — ­­ 13 by Will Henderson 2007 — ­­ 11 by Michael Ambort 2008 — ­­ 10 by David Moore 2009 — 7 by Brian Taylor and Tyler Link 2010 — 10 by Anthony Moore 2011 — 4 by Kevin Roebuck 2012 — 5 by Jude Vidrine

Runs Batted In

1967 — 13 by Dennis Parma 1968 — 31 by Eddie Rundle 1969 — 12 by Triny Rivera Home Runs 1970 — 25 by Mark Oldham 1967 — 2 by Dennis Parma and 1971 — 28 by Mark Oldham Chip Mercer 1972 — 12 by Glenn Cooper 1968 — 4 by Eddie Rundle and Emerick Jagneaux 1969 — 1 by three players 1973 — 17 by Billy Wearden 1970 — 5 by Mark Oldham 1974 — 38 by Mark Shumbera 1971 — 7 by Mark Oldham 1975 — 31 by John Dolan 1972 — 3 by Emerick Jagneaux 1976 — 38 by Billy Wearden 1973 — 4 by Frank Romeo 1977 — 34 by Mike Laudig 1974 — 5 by Mark Shumbera 1978 — 53 by Jeff Martin 1975 —10 by Billy Wearden 1979 — 69 by Jeff Martin 1976 — 5 by John Gilligan 1980 — 65 by Kim Christensen 1977 — 8 by Harold Flynn 1981 — 73 by Kim Christensen 1978 — 11 by Jeff Martin 1982 — 50 by Kim Christensen 1979 — 11 by Jeff Martin 1983 — 34 by Jerald Clark 1980 — 12 by Kim Christensen 1984 — 54 by Jerald Clark 1981 — 12 by Alan Marr 1985 — 62 by Jerald Clark 1982 — 5 by Pete Romano 1986 — 48 by Beau Allred 1983 — 5 by Chris Zink 1987 — 54 by Neil Reynolds 1984 — 7 by Jerald Clark 1988 — 34 by Greg Sims 1985 — 12 by Jerald Clark 1989 — 35 by Mike Sarbaugh 1986 — 6 by Junior Lemons 1990 — 26 by Blake Morrison

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Year-by-Year Category Leaders

1991 — 23 by Bruce Aven and Rodney Scroggs 1992 — 50 by Kevin Millar 1993 — 67 by Bruce Aven 1994 — 40 by Bruce Aven 1995 — 68 by Eric Mapp 1996 — 57 by Jason Klam 1997 — 56 by Aaron Dean 1998 — 45 by George Johnson 1999 — 43 by Chris Reda 2000 — 40 Michael Torres 2001 — 65 by Micah Hoffpauir 2002 — 70 by Micah Hoffpauir 2003 — 71 by Jordan Foster 2004 — 44 by Jordan Foster 2005 — 65 by Michael Ambort 2006 — ­­ 65 by Will Henderson 2007 — ­­ 63 by Michael Ambort 2008 ­­— 44 by Steven Tucker 2009 — 59 by Brian Taylor 2010 — 52 by Quentin Luquette 2011 — 38 by Jeff Abt and Wade Mathis 2012 — 38 by Brad Picha

Total Bases

1967 — 37 by Dennis Parma 1968 — 49 by Eddie Rundle 1969 — 21 by Triny Rivera 1970 — 55 by Mark Oldham 1971 — 69 by Mark Oldham 1972 — 38 by Greg Carpenter 1973 — 49 by Frank Romeo 1974 — 68 by Mark Shumbera 1975 — 88 by Billy Wearden 1976 — 84 by Harold Flynn 1977 — 106 by Harold Flynn 1978 — 114 by Jeff Martin 1979 — 117 by Jeff Martin 1980 — 123 by Alan Marr 1981 — 119 by Alan Marr 1982 — 121 by Kim Christensen 1983 — 92 by Chris Zink 1984 — 118 by Jerald Clark 1985 — 144 by Jerald Clark 1986 — 96 by Junior Lemons 1987 — 143 by Beau Allred 1988 — 87 by Mike Sarbaugh 1989 — 113 by Mike Sarbaugh 1990 — 89 by Blake Morrison 1991 — 65 by Rodney Scroggs 1992 — 110 by Kevin Millar 1993 — 150 by Bruce Aven 1994 — 95 by Anthony Iapoce 1995 — 142 by Eric Mapp 1996 — 150 by Morgan Walker 1997 — 129 by Aaron Dean

1998 — 105 by George Johnson 1999 — 100 by Justin Wise 2000 — 80 by Michael Torres 2001 — 140 by Micah Hoffpauir 2002 — 137 by Micah Hoffpauir 2003 — 148 by Jordan Foster 2004 — 118 by Jordan Foster 2005 — 142 by Michael Ambort 2006 — ­­ 150 by Collin DeLome 2007 — ­­ 136 by Michael Ambort and Collin DeLome 2008 — ­­ 117 by Steven Tucker 2009 — 127 by Brian Taylor and Tyler Link, lf 2010 — 113 by Aaron Buchanan 2011 — 88 by Wade Mathis 2012 — 102 by Darian Johnson

Stolen Bases

1967 — 5 by Greg Harrop 1968 — 7 by Paul Knobloch 1969 — 9 by Eddie Rundle 1970 — 10 by Triny Rivera 1971 — 6 by Mike Kuecker 1972 — 5 by Tommy Lange 1973 — 7 by Frank Romeo 1974 — 9 by Frank Romeo 1975 — 8 by Mike Laudig 1976 — 30 by Harold Flynn 1977 — 36 by Harold Flynn 1978 — 36 by Joe McCann 1979 — 42 by Joe McCann 1980 — 44 by Luis Collazo 1981 — 19 by Jeff Kennedy 1982 — 26 by Kerry Christensen 1983 — 12 by Mike Converso 1984 — 14 by Eddie Donahoe 1985 — 13 by Jerald Clark 1986 — 15 by Junior Lemons 1987 — 13 by Beau Allred 1988 — 17 by Mark Simon 1989 — 7 by Mike Sarbaugh 1990 — 17 by Rodney Scroggs 1991 — 10 by Rodney Scroggs 1992 — 18 by Scott Hatten 1993 — 34 by Anthony Iapoce 1994 — 28 by Anthony Iapoce 1995 — 24 by Chad Bunting 1996 — 20 by Jason Klam and Chad Bunting 1997 — 17 by Bryan Droptini 1998 — 11 by Corey Cephus 1999 — 12 by Justin Wise 2000 — 22 by B.J. Littleton 2001 — 11 by Kaleb Carter 2002 — 28 by Blake Justice 2003 — 29 by Blake Justice

2004 — 11 by Jordan Foster 2005 — 12 by Matt Lambeth 2006 — ­­ 17 by Erik Kanaby 2007 — ­­ 11 by Erik Kanaby 2008 — ­­ 18 by Steven Tucker 2009 — ­­ 15 by Tyler Link 2010 — 18 by Quentin Luquette 2011 — 13 by Jeff Abt 2012 — 10 by Jeff Abt

2005 — 8 by Steve MacFarland 2006 — ­­ 9 by William Delage 2007 — 11 by Brian Sisk 2008 — 10 by Brian Sisk 2009 — 8 by Eric Harrington and Ricky Testa 2010 — 10 by Matison Smith 2011 — 6 by Blake Ford 2012 — 5 by Jonathan Dziedzic

Victories

Complete Games

1967 — 5 by Jim Gilligan and Harold Kincaid 1968 — 5 by Jim Gilligan and Harold Kincaid 1969 — 4 by David Bernsen and Richard Valley 1970 — 6 by Richard Valley 1971 — 6 by David Bernsen 1972 — 4 by David Bernsen 1973 — 5 by Mike Hughes 1974 — 11 by Julio Alonso 1975 — 7 by Julio Alonso and Billy Blum 1976 — 9 by Rick Nesloney 1977 — 12 by Rick Nesloney 1978 — 10 by Mike Morgal 1979 — 11 by Carl Pankratz 1980 — 12 by David C. Smith and Craig Fisch 1981 — 11 by Joe Pantaleo 1982 — 10 by Tony Mack 1983 — 10 by John Senes 1984 — 12 by Keith Silver 1985 — 10 by Mike Wilkins 1986 — 7 by David Poss 1987 — 9 by David Poss 1988 — 4 by Richard Robertson 1989 — 6 by Joey Alexander 1990 — 4 by three players 1991 — 4 by Doug Printy and Kacey Smart 1992 — 8 by John Weglarz 1993 — 10 by Phil Brassington 1994 — 8 by Kevin Lane 1995 — 11 by Mike Pasqualicchio 1996 — 7 by Eric Cammack 1997 — 5 by four players 1998 — 8 by Brian Sanches 1999 — 5 by Ryan Fitzgerald 2000 — 8 by Heath Totten 2001 — 6 by Chadd McNulty 2002 — 8 by Clay Hensley and Jesse Floyd 2003 — 8 by Jesse Floyd and Josh Gray 2004 — 10 by Kyle Stutes

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1967 — 6 by Jim Gilligan and Harold Kincaid 1968 — 4 by Harold Kincaid 1969 — 4 by Richard Valley 1970 — 5 by Richard Valley 1971 — 6 by David Bernsen 1972 — 5 by David Bernsen 1973 — 5 by Mike Hughes 1974 — 8 by Julio Alonso 1975 — 11 by Julio Alonso 1976 — 6 by Mike Morgal and Rick Nesloney 1977 — 10 by Rick Nesloney 1978 — 5 by Mike Morgal 1979 — 8 by Carl Pankratz 1980 — 9 by Craig Fisch 1981 — 8 by Joe Pantaleo 1982 — 7 by Tony Mack 1983 — 7 by John Senes 1984 — 10 by Keith Silver 1985 — 3 by Dirk Tidwell and Mike Wilkins 1986 — 4 by Eric Stone and Mike Wilkins 1987 — 4 by Jimmy Terrill and Mike Wilkins 1988 — 3 by three players 1989 — 6 by Joey Alexander 1990 — 4 by David Croak 1991 — 2 by Dennis Everson and Kacey Smart 1992 — 6 by John Weglarz 1993 — 6 by Phil Brassington 1994 — 5 by Mike Pasqualicchio 1995 — 8 by Mike Pasqualicchio 1996 — 1 by four players 1997 — 2 by Wade White and Jason Robinson 1998 — 3 by Brian Sanches and Heath Totten 1999 — 1 by Brian Sanches and Heath Totten 2000 — 9 by Heath Totten 2001 — 2 by Josh Gray and Thomas Atlee

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Year-by-Year Category Leaders

2002 — 4 by Clay Hensley and Jesse Floyd 2003 — 3 by Jesse Floyd 2004 — 3 by Kyle Stutes 2005 — 2 by Derrick Gordon 2006 — ­­ 3 by William Delage 2007 — 6 by Allen Harrington 2008 — 3 by Brian Sisk 2009 — 2 by Eric Harrington 2010 — 4 by Matison Smith and Eric Harrington 2011 — 4 by Blake Ford 2012 — 5 by Eric Harrington

Earned Run Average

1967 — 2.54 by Jim Gilligan 1968 — 1.62 by Danny Hetzel 1969 — 1.36 by Danny Hetzel 1970 — 2.29 by David Bernsen 1971 — 1.89 by David Bernsen 1972 — 2.10 by Rob Madding 1973 — 2.61 by Mike Hughes 1974 — 1.32 by Julio Alonso 1975 — 1.98 by Julio Alonso 1976 — 2.17 by Paul Touchstone 1977 — 2.34 by Rick Nesloney 1978 — 1.87 by Mike Morgal 1979 — 1.05 by David C. Smith 1980 — 2.93 by David C. Smith 1981 — 2.39 by Tony Mack 1982 — 1.89 by Tony Mack 1983 — 2.33 by Byron Kemmerling 1984 — 2.43 by Keith Silver 1985 — 2.90 by Mike Wilkins 1986 — 3.21 by Jeff Hellwig 1987 — 1.62 by David Poss 1988 — 4.01 by Linc Mikkelsen 1989 — 2.80 by Sammy Hall 1990 — 3.20 by David Croak 1991 — 1.89 by Doug Printy 1992 — 2.81 by Derrell Finch 1993 — 2.25 by Mike Jenkins 1994 — 1.60 by Mike Pasqualicchio 1995 — 3.22 by Mike Pasqualicchio 1996 — 3.86 by Jason Robinson 1997 — 2.15 by Eric Cammack 1998 — 3.16 by Billy Stokley 1999 — 1.82 by Brian Sanches 2000 — 2.61 by Heath Totten 2001 — 2.55 by Wes Cooksey 2002 — 2.97 by Clay Hensley 2003 — 2.32 by Mark Ion 2004 — 1.92 by Derrick Gordon 2005 — 3.31 by William Delage 2006 — ­­ 2.51 by Scott Meyer 2007 —2.54 by Tim Erickson 2008 — 3.49 by Brian Sisk

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2009 — 3.01 by Eric Harrington 2010 — 4.68 by Matison Smith 2011 — 3.42 by Blake Ford 2012 — 2.84 by John Gilligan

Innings Pitched

1967 — 71.0 by Jim Gilligan 1968 — 59.1 by Harold Kincaid 1969 — 48.1 by David Bernsen 1970 — 65.0 by Richard Valley 1971 — 84.0 by Billy Cox Strikeouts 1972 — 54.2 by David Bernsen 1967 — 60 by Jim Gilligan 1973 — 58.2 by Mike Hughes 1968 — 48 by Harold Kincaid 1969 — 35 by David Bernsen 1974 — 88.2 by Julio Alonso 1975 — 88.0 by Billy Blum and Danny Hetzel 1976 — 93.2 by Rick Nesloney 1970 — 50 by David Bernsen 1977 — 119.0 by Rick Nesloney 1971 — 66 by Billy Cox 1978 — 76.2 by David W. Smith 1972 — 38 by David Bernsen 1979 — 95.0 by Carl Pankratz 1973 — 48 by Mike Hughes 1980 — 123.0 by David C. Smith 1974 — 58 by Julio Alonso 1981 — 97.2 by Joe Pantaleo 1975 — 66 by Julio Alonso 1982 — 84.2 by Joe Pantaleo 1976 — 65 by Rick Nesloney 1983 — 107.2 by John Senes 1977 — 109 by Rick Nesloney 1978 — 48 by Mike Morgal and 1984 — 115.0 by David Poss 1985 — 95.0 by David Poss Craig Fisch 1986 — 74.0 by Mike Wilkins 1979 — 71 by David W. Smith 1987 — 95.1 by Jimmy Terrill 1980 — 108 by Craig Fisch 1988 — 69.2 by Joey Alexander 1981 — 59 by Joe Pantaleo 1989 — 94.1 by Joey Alexander 1982 — 45 by Tony Mack 1990 — 73.1 by Joey Alexander 1983 — 85 by John Senes 1991 — 68.0 by Dennis Everson 1984 — 72 by Keith Silver 1992 — 96.2 by John Weglarz 1985 — 67 by David Poss 1993 — 110.0 by Phil Brassington 1986 — 57 by David Poss 1994 — 95.2 by Kyle Green 1987 — 48 by Jeff Hellwig 1988 — 60 by Richard Robertson 1995 — 106.3 by Mike Pasqualicchio 1996 — 83.0 by Eric Cammack 1989 — 68 by Linc Mikkelsen 1997 — 77.1 by Wade White 1990 — 52 by Joey Alexander 1998 — 82.0 by Brian Sanches 1991 — 50 by Dennis Everson 1999 — 65.0 by Heath Totten 1992 — 71 by John Weglarz 2000 — 107.0 by Heath Totten 1993 — 76 by Phil Brassington 2001 — 70.1 by Josh Gray and 1994 —103 by Kyle Green 1995 — 106 by Mike Pasqualicchio Thomas Atlee 2002 — 100.0 by Clay Hensley 1996 — 66 by Eric Cammack 2003 — 92.0 by Josh Gray 1997 — 89 by Eric Cammack 2004 — 90.1 by Kyle Stutes 1998 — 61 by Brian Sanches 2005 — 98.0 by William Delage 1999 — 50 by Heath Totten 2006 — ­­ 109.2 by William Delage 2000 — 103 by Heath Totten 2007 — 109.0 by Allen Harrington 2001 — 53 by Josh Gray and 2008 — 105.2 by Brian Sisk Thomas Atlee 2009 — 83.2 by Eric Harrington 2002 — 127 by Clay Hensley 2010 — 117.1 by Matison Smith 2003 — 65 by Kyle Stutes 2011 — 102.2 by Blake Ford 2004 — 84 by Kyle Stutes 2012 — 101.0 by Eric Harrington 2005 — 102 by Derrick Gordon 2006 — ­­ 102 by William Delage 2007 — 103 by Allen Harrington 2008 — 66 by Brian Sisk 2009 — 84 by Ricky Testa 2010 — 114 by Jonathan Dziedzic 2011 — 78 by Blake Ford 2012 — 68 by Jonathan Dziedzic

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1952 Overall Record: 7-5 LSC Record: 1-1 Coach: J.B. Higgins Rice L, 1-2 Houston W, 7-3 Texas City Stingarees L, 1-11 Port Arthur Seahawks W, 4-1 Rice L, 1-9 Lake Charles AFB W, 9-5 *Sam Houston State W, 7-5 Louisiana L, 4-12 Orange Naval Station W, 14-2 St. Thomas W, 3-2 *Sam Houston State L, 3-6 Orange Naval Station W, 9-5

1953 Overall Record: 9-13 LSC Record: 2-6 Coach: J.B. Higgins A *Sam Houston State L, 3-6 H Lake Charles AFB W, 10-7 A Houston L, 2-12 H Northwestern State L, 2-3 H Louisiana L, 1-5 H Orange Naval Station W, 6-1 A Orange Naval Station W, 12-4 A Northwestern State W, 7-4 A Fort Polk L, 6-7 H Houston L, 4-6 A Rice L, 4-8 H *Sam Houston State L, 5-10 A *Sul Ross State W, 9-7 A *Sul Ross State L, 6-7 H Fort Polk W, 11-9 A St. Thomas W, 22-0 H *Sam Houston State L, 0-2 H *Sul Ross State W, 5-1 H *Sul Ross State L, 5-6 H St. Thomas W, 6-2 A *Sam Houston State L, 1-5 A *Sam Houston State L, 5-12 1954 Overall Record: 4-14 LSC Record: 2-6 LSC Coach: J.B. Higgins H Lake Charles AFB W, 13-3 A Lake Charles AFB L, 4-6 A Lake Charles Lakers L, 2-8 A Texas Lutheran L, 1-9 A Texas Lutheran L, 7-16 A McNeese State L, 3-9 H Rice L, 2-7 H *Sam Houston State L, 0-9 H *Sam Houston State L, 1-7 A Rice L, 5-8 A *Sam Houston State L, 5-6

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McNeese State W, 9-2 *Sul Ross State L, 3-11 *Sul Ross State W, 5-2 *Sam Houston State L, 0-10 *Sul Ross State W, 12-7 *Sul Ross State L, 8-13 Baylor L, 5-11

1967 Overall Record: 14-12 SLC Record: 1-2 Coach: Bob Frederick A Baylor L, 1-2 A Houston L, 4-10 A Houston L, 2-12 H McNeese State W, 3-2 H McNeese State L, 2-4 H Kansas State W, 4-3 H Kansas State W, 2-0 H Kansas State L, 2-3 H St. Thomas W, 3-0 A Louisiana L, 5-6 A Louisiana W, 2-1 A McNeese State L, 4-5 A McNeese State W, 8-3 H Houston Baptist L, 5-15 A St. Thomas W, 2-0 A UTPA L, 1-4 A UTPA L, 2-13 A UTPA W, 5-4 A Houston Baptist W, 9-6 H UTPA W, 3-2 H UTPA W, 2-0 H ULM W, 4-1 H ULM W, 2-1 H1 *Abilene Christian W, 4-0 H1 *Arkansas State L, 2-4 H1 *Trinity L, 3-4 H1-SLC Tournament, Beaumont 1968 Overall Record: 19-8 SLC Record: 3-2 Coach: Bob Frederick A Louisiana W, 6-3 A Houston Baptist W, 19-5 H McNeese State W, 4-3 H McNeese State W, 6-3 H Houston W, 9-2 H Houston W, 4-1 H Louisiana W, 6-5 H Houston Baptist W, 5-1 H Houston Baptist L, 1-4 A Baylor L, 1-2 A Baylor W, 4-2 A McNeese State W, 4-2 A McNeese State W, 11-7 H St. Thomas W, 5-2

H St. Thomas W, 2-1 H McNeese State W, 3-2 H McNeese State L, 0-1 A McNeese State L, 6-7 A Louisiana Tech W, 7-6 A ULM L, 5-6 A ULM W, 10-0 A Houston L, 0-6 N *Trinity W, 7-6 N *Arkansas State L, 1-5 N *Trinity W, 3-1 N *Arkansas State W, 5-4 N *Arkansas State L, 4-7 N-SLC Tournament, Arlington

1969 Overall Record: 14-12-1 SLC Record: 4-3 Coach: Bill Vincent A Louisiana L, 2-3 A Louisiana W, 5-2 H Louisiana Tech L, 5-6 H Louisiana W, 2-1 H Louisiana W, 7-2 A McNeese State W, 13-7 A McNeese State L, 1-7 H Minnesota W, 2-1 H Minnesota L, 0-8 H Northwestern State L, 3-4 H Northwestern State W, 12-7 H Baylor W, 3-2 H Baylor W, 4-2 H Trinity L, 5-8 H Trinity T, 5-5 H McNeese State W, 3-2 H McNeese State L, 3-5 A Northwestern State W, 9-0 A Northwestern State L, 0-3 A *Arkansas State L, 4-11 A *Arkansas State W, 8-4 H *UT Arlington W, 7-1 H *UT Arlington W, 3-0 A *Abilene Christian W, 2-0 A *Abilene Christian L, 3-4 A *Trinity L, 0-1 A *Trinity L, 1-3 1970 Overall Record: 20-17 SLC Record: 8-4 Coach: Bill Vincent A McNeese State W, 5-2 A McNeese State W, 2-0 H Nicholls W, 2-1 H Nicholls L, 0-3 H Louisiana W, 6-1 H Louisiana W, 5-1 A Houston Baptist L, 2-7

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Houston Baptist Louisiana Louisiana McNeese State McNeese State Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Texas Texas *Trinity *Trinity *Trinity Houston Baptist Houston Baptist Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Houston Houston *Arkansas State *Arkansas State *Arkansas State *UT Arlington *UT Arlington *UT Arlington *Abilene Christian *Abilene Christian *Abilene Christian

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

1971 Overall Record: 16-21-1 SLC Record: 9-3 Coach: Bill Vincent Southland Champion A Nicholls L, 0-1 A Nicholls W, 2-1 A New Orleans W, 2-1 A Louisiana W, 8-3 A Louisiana L, 4-7 A Louisiana W, 4-0 A McNeese State T, 5-5 H Louisiana Tech L, 1-5 H Louisiana Tech L, 1-8 H Louisiana L, 1-3 H Louisiana L, 1-4 A Texas A&M L, 2-3 A Texas A&M L, 2-3 H Houston W, 2-1 H Houston L, 0-2 A Houston L, 3-5 A Houston L, 2-4 A *Trinity L, 4-5 A *Trinity W, 2-1 A *Trinity W, 5-2 A Texas L, 0-8 A Texas L, 2-12

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Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor McNeese State McNeese State *Arkansas State *Arkansas State *Arkansas State McNeese State *UT Arlington *UT Arlington *UT Arlington *Abilene Christian *Abilene Christian *Abilene Christian

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

1972 Overall Record: 9-25 SLC Record: 6-12 Coach: Bill Vincent H McNeese State L, 0-3 H McNeese State L, 1-2 H Nicholls L, 1-3 H Nicholls W, 2-1 A McNeese State W, 8-5 A McNeese State L, 2-4 H Baylor L, 0-5 H Baylor L, 3-4 H Baylor W, 5-0 H Baylor L, 0-1 A Texas A&M L, 1-2 A Texas A&M L, 1-6 H *Abilene Christian L, 0-1 H *Abilene Christian W, 6-3 H *Abilene Christian L, 2-4 H *Louisiana Tech W, 7-4 H *Louisiana Tech L, 5-6 H *Louisiana Tech L, 3-4 A *UT Arlington L, 3-4 A *UT Arlington L, 0-1 A *UT Arlington W, 4-3 A Houston L, 1-5 A Houston L, 0-3 A *Arkansas State W, 10-7 A *Arkansas State W, 7-5 A *Arkansas State W, 7-6 A *Trinity L, 0-8 A *Trinity L, 2-8 A *Trinity L, 3-11 A Rice L, 0-1 A Rice L, 0-1 H *Louisiana L, 0-5 H *Louisiana L, 2-3 H *Louisiana L, 1-2

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1973 Overall Record: 11-15 SLC Record: 6-8 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Rice L, 0-8 H Rice L, 2-5 A Texas L, 2-7 A Texas L, 0-9 A Baylor L, 2-5 A Baylor W, 8-1 A *Abilene Christian W, 8-0 A *Abilene Christian L, 3-4 A *Abilene Christian L, 0-6 A Rice L, 3-4 A Rice W, 5-4 H Wisconsin-Stevens Point W, 8-3 H Wisconsin-Stevens Point W, 10-3 H *UT Arlington W, 3-2 H *UT Arlington L, 2-3 H *UT Arlington W, 5-2 H *McNeese State W, 6-1 H *McNeese State L, 2-7 A Tulane W, 12-7 A Tulane L, 3-6 A *Louisiana L, 8-9 A *Louisiana W, 5-1 A *Louisiana L, 0-1 A *Louisiana Tech W, 15-10 A *Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 A *Louisiana Tech L, 0-3

1974 Overall Record: 23-21 SLC Record: 9-6 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Baylor L, 1-6 H Baylor W, 1-0 H Baylor W, 2-0 H Baylor L, 0-1 H Rice W, 3-1 H Rice W, 4-1 H Nicholls L, 3-7 H Nicholls L, 7-8 A Houston W, 5-2 A Houston L, 4-7 H Texas Lutheran L, 1-3 H Texas Lutheran W, 2-1 H Oklahoma State L, 1-5 H Oklahoma State W, 3-0 H Sam Houston State L, 0-4 H Sam Houston State L, 1-7 H Washington (St. Louis) W, 1-0 A *Arkansas State W, 7-1 A *Arkansas State W, 5-3 A *Arkansas State L, 4-8 A Arkansas L, 4-5 H *Louisiana L, 2-4 H *Louisiana W, 6-2 H *Louisiana W, 2-1

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Rice W, 8-6 Rice W, 2-1 *Louisiana Tech L, 5-7 *Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 *Louisiana Tech L, 1-5 UTEP L, 7-9 UTEP W, 13-10 UTEP L, 10-12 New Mexico State W, 4-3 New Mexico State W, 3-0 New Mexico State L, 6-7 Sam Houston State W, 6-0 Texas L, 4-5 Texas L, 1-8 *UT Arlington L, 2-4 *UT Arlington W, 10-0 *UT Arlington W, 6-3 *McNeese State W, 6-1 *McNeese State W, 8-6 *McNeese State L, 2-3

1975 Overall Record: 27-26 SLC Record:  10-5 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Co-Champion A Baylor L, 5-6 A Baylor L, 4-7 A Baylor L, 1-2 A Baylor L, 6-7 N1 Oklahoma L, 1-10 A Rice L, 1-4 A Rice W, 10-0 N2 Louisiana L, 7-12 A1 South Alabama L, 5-15 N2 Louisiana W, 6-0 A1 South Alabama L, 2-8 N2 Louisiana W, 1-0 A1 South Alabama L, 4-11 H Trinity W, 6-0 H Trinity W, 4-1 H Northwestern State W, 7-1 H Northwestern State L, 0-2 A Texas W, 7-5 A Texas L, 0-3 H *Arkansas State W, 4-3 H *Arkansas State W, 10-3 H *Arkansas State W, 4-2 H Wisconsin-Stevens Point W, 6-4 N3 Sam Houston State L, 1-7 N3 Sam Houston State L, 4-12 N3 Eastern Illinois L, 0-3 N3 Washington (St. Louis) W, 5-2 N3 Eastern Illinois W, 6-2 N3 Indiana State W, 2-1 N3 Bemidji State W, 14-0 H Houston W, 5-1 H Houston W, 5-1

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A *Louisiana L, 0-1 A *Louisiana W, 4-2 A *Louisiana L, 1-17 A Northwestern State W, 3-0 A Northwestern State W, 6-2 A *Louisiana Tech L, 2-4 A *Louisiana Tech W, 8-3 A *Louisiana Tech L, 2-7 A Sam Houston State L, 2-17 A Sam Houston State L, 0-12 H *UT Arlington W, 6-0 H *UT Arlington W, 4-2 H *UT Arlington W, 16-5 A Houston L, 5-7 H *McNeese State W, 5-1 H *McNeese State L, 3-4 H *McNeese State W, 5-3 A $Louisiana Tech W, 4-3 A $Louisiana Tech L, 5-12 H $Louisiana Tech L, 0-2 H $Louisiana Tech L, 5-7 $-Southland Conference playoff series A1 & N2-South Alabama Classic N1-at Waco, Texas N3-Galveston Sports Spectacular

1976 Overall Record: 35-15 SLC Record: 10-5 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champion H Rice W, 8-2 H East Texas Baptist W, 2-1 H East Texas Baptist L, 0-1 A Houston W, 6-3 A Houston L, 7-9 H Baylor L, 3-5 H Baylor W, 5-1 H Sam Houston State W, 5-0 H Sam Houston State W, 6-4 H Northwestern State W, 7-3 H Northwestern State W, 4-2 H Wisconsin-Stevens Point W, 13-0 H Washington (St. Louis) W, 10-1 H Washington (St. Louis) W, 9-3 H Washington (St. Louis) W, 8-3 H Nebraska W, 7-3 H Nebraska W, 4-3 H Nebraska W, 8-0 N Nebraska W, 9-1 H *Louisiana W, 5-0 H *Louisiana W, 5-2 H *Louisiana W, 11-10 A *McNeese State L, 2-7 A *McNeese State L, 6-10 A *McNeese State L, 5-16 A Northwestern State W, 8-6 A Northwestern State W, 12-5

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H *Louisiana Tech W, 9-2 H *Louisiana Tech W, 10-3 H *Louisiana Tech W, 8-3 A Centenary W, 7-2 A Centenary W, 6-2 A East Texas Baptist W, 8-5 A East Texas Baptist W, 5-4 A *UT Arlington W, 1-0 A *UT Arlington W, 9-0 A *UT Arlington W, 7-3 H Centenary L, 2-5 H Centenary W, 8-3 A *Arkansas State L, 2-4 A *Arkansas State W, 9-6 A *Arkansas State L, 2-3 A Texas A&M L, 2-7 A Texas A&M L, 5-7 H Texas A&M W, 4-3 H Texas A&M L, 3-5 H Texas A&M L, 3-7 H Texas A&M W, 6-3 NCAA Regional N1 Texas L, 2-3 N1 Miami (Fla.) L, 0-6 N1-NCAA Regional, Arlington, Texas

1977 Overall Record: 37-14-2 SLC Record: 13-2 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champion N1 Georgia Southern L, 2-8 N1 Guadalajara W, 7-5 N1 Chapman L, 2-3 N1 Biola W, 13-1 N1 Chihuahua W, 9-2 H Rice W, 12-3 H Rice W, 7-4 H Northwestern State W, 7-5 H Northwestern State W, 5-3 H Northwestern State W, 5-4 H Northwestern State W, 6-4 H Southern W, 20-3 H Southern W, 24-4 A Houston W, 7-4 A Houston W, 10-5 A Northwestern State W, 5-1 H ULM W, 15-3 H ULM T, 7-7 H Nicholls W, 5-2 H Nicholls W, 4-3 H Centenary W, 1-0 H Centenary T, 6-6 A Southern W, 10-6 A New Orleans L, 0-3 A Nicholls W, 7-3 A Nicholls L, 4-6 A Rice L, 2-5

A Rice W, 8-3 A *Louisiana W, 6-2 A *Louisiana W, 4-1 A *Louisiana W, 8-4 H *McNeese State W, 4-1 H *McNeese State W, 7-5 H *McNeese State L, 2-5 N2 Cornell W, 4-3 N2 South Alabama L, 6-7 N2 South Alabama L, 4-7 H Sam Houston State L, 0-1 H Sam Houston State W, 8-3 A *Louisiana Tech W, 5-4 A *Louisiana Tech W, 8-6 A *Louisiana Tech L, 0-5 A Centenary W, 8-3 H *UT Arlington W, 5-0 H *UT Arlington W, 13-3 H *UT Arlington W, 9-6 A Sam Houston State L, 4-5 A Sam Houston State L, 2-3 H *Arkansas State W, 2-1 H *Arkansas State W, 3-1 H *Arkansas State W, 8-3 NCAA Regional N3 Miami (Ohio) L, 0-1 N3 New Orleans L, 2-5 N1-Guadalajara College Tournament N2-Easter Classic, Houston, Texas N3-NCAA Regional, Arlington, Texas 1978 Overall Record: 40-15 SLC Record: 14-6 Coach: Jim Gilligan A Rice W, 4-1 A Rice L, 8-10 H Rice W, 12-7 H Rice W, 7-5 A UTPA L, 7-8 A UTPA L, 1-11 A UTPA L, 1-2 A UTPA W, 8-4 H Texas Wesleyan W, 7-0 H Texas Wesleyan W, 8-6 H Sam Houston State W, 15-4 H Sam Houston State L, 5-9 H ULM W, 9-2 H ULM W, 11-6 A Sam Houston State W, 3-2 A Sam Houston State L, 1-3 H Middle Tennessee W, 12-4 H Middle Tennessee W, 8-6 H Middle Tennessee W, 4-3 H Nebraska W, 5-1 H Nebraska W, 9-4 H Houston L, 5-7 H Houston W, 5-4

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1979 Overall Record: 44-16-1 SLC Record: 15-5 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champion H Rice L, 1-2 H Rice W, 8-5 A Arizona L, 6-7 A Arizona L, 4-5 H Texas Wesleyan W, 12-7 A Sam Houston State L, 0-1 A Sam Houston State W, 8-2 H Midwestern W, 2-1 H Midwestern W, 5-3 H Midwestern W, 2-1 H Midwestern T, 8-8 H Morehead State W, 11-10 H Morehead State W, 5-0 H Morehead State W, 3-2 H ULM W, 7-1 H ULM W, 2-0 H ULM W, 6-1 H ULM W, 3-0 H John Brown W, 11-8 H John Brown W, 8-2

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A #Louisiana Tech L, 5-6 A #Louisiana Tech L, 2-4 A #Louisiana Tech W, 23-4 H #Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 H #Louisiana Tech L, 4-5 #-Southland championship series

1981 Overall Record: 54-26 SLC Record: 12-4 SLC Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champion H UTPA W, 3-2 H UTPA L, 1-2 H UTPA W, 17-6 H UTPA L, 3-9 N1 Dallas Baptist W, 11-6 A1 Rice L, 0-2 N1 Mary Hardin-Baylor W, 8-1 A Nicholls W, 7-3 A Nicholls L, 4-5 A Southeastern Louisiana W, 12-3 A Southeastern Louisiana W, 11-3 A Baylor W, 2-0 A Baylor W, 17-10 A Texas L, 2-5 A Texas W, 8-4 A Texas L, 0-4 A Texas L, 1-5 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 8-2 H St. Francis (N.Y.) L, 2-5 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 10-3 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 3-0 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 12-5 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 5-4 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 8-4 H St. Francis (N.Y.) W, 7-3 H Dallas Baptist W, 8-1 H Dallas Baptist W, 9-8 H Wisconsin W, 16-1 H Wisconsin L, 8-10 H Wisconsin W, 13-3 H Wisconsin W, 13-2 H New Orleans L, 9-12 H New Orleans W, 7-5 H Rice W, 7-4 H Rice W, 10-2 A *Louisiana L, 1-3 A *Louisiana W, 7-3 A *Louisiana W, 7-1 A *Louisiana L, 7-12 H Cornell L, 7-8 H ULM W, 8-0 H ULM W, 10-0 H *McNeese State W, 11-5 H *McNeese State W, 4-3 H *McNeese State W, 7-1 H *McNeese State W, 11-4

H Nicholls L, 0-1 H Nicholls L, 2-3 H Southeastern Louisiana W, 5-0 H Southeastern Louisiana W, 10-0 H Southeastern Louisiana W, 1-0 H Southeastern Louisiana W, 7-6 H Southeastern Louisiana W, 4-1 H Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-3 A Rice W, 4-3 A Rice L, 1-10 A New Orleans W, 2-1 A New Orleans W, 4-1 A Tulane W, 5-4 A Tulane L, 2-10 A Tulane L, 5-13 A Northwestern State L, 4-5 A Northwestern State W, 9-1 H UTPA L, 6-7 H *Louisiana W, 2-0 H *Louisiana L, 3-4 H *Louisiana L, 3-4 H *Louisiana W, 4-2 A Sam Houston State W, 9-5 A Sam Houston State L, 6-7 A *McNeese State W, 9-1 A *McNeese State W, 7-4 A *McNeese State W, 10-7 A *McNeese State W, 10-2 H #UT Arlington W, 6-2 H #UT Arlington W, 7-6 A #UT Arlington W, 1-0 NCAA Regional N2 Stanford W, 6-5 A2 Texas L, 2-3 N2 Stanford L, 1-9 #-Southland Championship series A1&N1-Rice Tournament at Houston A2&N2-NCAA Regional at Austin

1982 Overall Record: §36-28 (12-52) SLC Record: §13-3 (1-15) Coach: Jim Gilligan §-Lamar forfeited 24 games and the Southland Conference title due to use of ineligible player.

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H Southern W, 4-2 H Southern W, 7-2 H Arizona State L, 1-4 H Arizona State W, 1-0 A Sam Houston State W, 6-0 A Sam Houston State L, 0-7 A Texas L, 8-12 A Texas L, 5-11 A Texas L, 1-2 A Texas L, 4-6 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 2-3 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 7-6 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 3-2 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 2-6 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 9-6 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 5-8 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 0-1 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 4-3 H Southwestern Oklahoma W, 7-4 H Southwestern Oklahoma W, 2-1 H Southwestern Oklahoma W, 5-1 H *McNeese State W, 5-1 H *McNeese State L, 1-3 H *McNeese State L, 11-12 H *McNeese State W, 9-8 H Southeastern Oklahoma L, 9-13 A *Louisiana W, 5-4 A *Louisiana W, 5-1 A *Louisiana W, 4-2 A *Louisiana L, 1-2 A New Orleans L, 4-5 A New Orleans L, 0-11 H New Orleans W, 5-4 H New Orleans L, 1-10 H Dallas Baptist W, 3-0 A Rice W, 6-3 A Rice L, 0-4 A *McNeese State W, 4-1 A *McNeese State W, 6-1 A *McNeese State W, 12-5 A *McNeese State W, 13-11 H Rice L, 6-9 H *Louisiana W, 17-6 H *Louisiana W, 7-5 H *Louisiana L, 3-5 H *Louisiana W, 1-0 H Sam Houston State L, 3-11 H Sam Houston State W, 6-3 A Nicholls L, 8-9 A Nicholls L, 1-6 H #Louisiana Tech W, 4-1 H #Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 A #Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 #-Southland Championship series

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1983 Overall Record: 38-32 SLC Record: 9-8 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Zone Champion H Stephen F. Austin W, 7-1 H Stephen F. Austin W, 14-5 H Stephen F. Austin W, 7-6 H Stephen F. Austin W, 9-4 N1 Oklahoma W, 5-3 A UTPA L, 4-5 N2 Oklahoma City College W, 4-1 N2 UTPA L, 0-12 A1 Rice L, 0-8 H Louisiana W, 6-4 A TCU W, 6-2 A TCU L, 2-3 A Baylor W, 7-0 A Baylor W, 8-3 A Baylor L, 3-4 A Baylor W, 3-2 A Dallas Baptist W, 6-5 A Dallas Baptist W, 4-3 H New Orleans W, 4-3 H New Orleans L, 0-4 A Louisiana L, 1-11 A New Orleans W, 12-9 A New Orleans L, 3-4 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 6-5 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 4-7 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 7-5 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 7-6 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 7-4 H Wisconsin W, 11-9 H Wisconsin L, 4-6 H Wisconsin W, 6-5 H Wisconsin W, 5-4 H Texas A&M L, 1-5 H Wisconsin W, 3-1 H Wisconsin L, 0-1 H Wisconsin L, 10-11 H Wisconsin W, 5-4 H Wisconsin L, 8-10 A Rice L, 2-4 A *McNeese State W, 12-8 A *McNeese State L, 1-2 A *McNeese State W, 7-2 A *McNeese State W, 4-0 H Rice L, 2-5 A *UT Arlington L, 2-3 A *UT Arlington W, 13-6 A *UT Arlington L, 3-4 A *UT Arlington L, 2-5 A Texas A&M L, 4-18 H UTPA L, 4-5 H UTPA W, 9-8 H UTPA L, 12-13 H Sam Houston State W, 5-3

H Sam Houston State W, 7-6 H *McNeese State W, 5-0 H *McNeese State L, 1-4 H *McNeese State W, 4-0 H *McNeese State W, 3-1 A Sam Houston State L, 7-9 A Sam Houston State L, 5-6 H *UT Arlington L, 2-6 H *UT Arlington L, 1-3 H *UT Arlington L, 4-9 H *UT Arlington W, 5-4 A $UT Arlington W, 3-2 H #ULM W, 8-7 H #ULM L, 5-7 A #ULM L, 5-6 A #ULM W, 7-1 A #ULM L, 0-5 $-Zone playoff game #-Southland Championship Series N1-at Edinburg, Texas A1&N2-Cameron Classic, Houston

1984 Overall Record: 45-22 SLC Record: 16-2 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champion H Stephen F. Austin W, 6-2 H Stephen F. Austin W, 4-1 H Stephen F. Austin W, 8-2 H Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 H Northwestern State L, 1-2 H Northwestern State W, 6-1 H Northwestern State W, 7-3 H Northwestern State W, 5-3 N1 UTPA W, 6-5 A1 Rice L, 1-2 N1 Sam Houston State W, 9-0 A1 Rice L, 4-5 H Baylor W, 3-2 H Baylor W, 3-0 H Baylor W, 1-0 H   Baylor W, 3-2 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 11-8 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 3-8 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 3-9 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 1-4 A *McNeese State W, 2-0 A *McNeese State W, 9-7 A *McNeese State W, 6-5 H Louisiana W, 2-0 A LSU W, 7-6 H *North Texas W, 7-4 H *North Texas W, 9-2 H *North Texas W, 17-0 A Houston W, 16-1 H Houston L, 4-8 A *Louisiana Tech W, 4-3

A *Louisiana Tech W, 20-7 A *Louisiana Tech W, 12-4 H Dallas Baptist W, 4-2 H Dallas Baptist L, 2-4 H Dallas Baptist W, 10-1 H Dallas Baptist L, 1-2 H Rice W, 8-7 H *ULM W, 3-0 H *ULM W, 3-0 H *ULM W, 8-5 A Rice L, 5-6 A *Arkansas State W, 4-0 A *Arkansas State W, 11-4 A *Arkansas State L, 2-5 H New Orleans W, 6-5 H New Orleans L, 3-5 H New York Tech W, 7-2 H New York Tech W, 6-1 H New York Tech L, 3-9 A New Orleans W, 9-1 A New Orleans L, 1-4 A Louisiana L, 0-10 H *UT Arlington L, 0-4 H *UT Arlington W, 8-4 H *UT Arlington W, 9-3 H Dallas Baptist W, 5-2 H Dallas Baptist W, 5-1 H Dallas Baptist L, 8-9 A Oklahoma State L, 6-15 A Oklahoma State W, 6-3 A Oklahoma State L, 0-6 A Oklahoma State L, 6-14 NCAA Regional A2 Texas L, 0-6 N2 Oklahoma W, 4-3 N2 UNLV W, 10-5 A2 Texas L, 5-6 A1&N1-Cameron Classic, Houston A2&N2-NCAA Regional, Austin

1985 Overall Record: 35-24 SLC Record: 15-2 SLC Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champion A UTPA L, 0-1 A UTPA W, 7-2 A UTPA W, 4-3 A UTPA L, 0-6 H Rice W, 22-5 H Stephen F. Austin W, 3-2 H Stephen F. Austin W, 7-0 H Stephen F. Austin W, 15-7 A Houston L, 7-10 A Houston L, 2-10 A Baylor W, 5-1 A Baylor L, 6-7 A Texas Lutheran L, 2-3

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W, 5-1 W, 8-5 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 5-6 L, 5-6 L, 2-15 L, 3-11 L, 9-20 W, 10-6 L, 0-13 W, 8-3 W, 25-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 6-2 L, 0-2 W, 13-3 W, 10-2 W, 6-0 W, 3-2 W, 5-3 W, 11-5 W, 7-3 L, 1-3 W, 5-4 W, 10-8 W, 9-8 W, 6-5 W, 3-0 L, 2-5 W, 9-3 W, 4-2 W, 13-5 L, 2-6 L, 4-11 W, 6-5 L, 6-10 W, 16-3 L, 7-9 W, 3-2 L, 4-7 L, 6-11 W, 7-3 L, 2-4 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 2-3 L, 6-14 L, 3-4 L, 1-3 W, 4-1

1987 Overall Record: 40-19 SLC Record: 15-1 Coach: David Perkins Southland Zone Champion H Rice W, 9-1 A TCU W, 7-4 A TCU W, 8-3 A TCU L, 3-12 A TCU W, 10-5 H Texas A&M W, 4-3 H Texas A&M L, 14-17 A Houston L, 2-3 A Houston W, 4-3 A Baylor L, 2-3 A Baylor L, 8-9 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 6-4 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 6-0 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 10-6 A Rice W, 13-5 H Kearney State W, 12-5 H Kearney State W, 3-2 H Kearney State W, 11-1 H Sam Houston State W, 7-3 A Sam Houston State L, 1-10 H *North Texas L, 2-4 H *North Texas W, 6-1 H *North Texas W, 2-1 H *North Texas W, 3-0 H Texas Southern W, 7-4 H Texas Southern W, 6-2 H Louisiana W, 6-1 A *McNeese State W, 3-1 A *McNeese State W, 8-6 A *McNeese State W, 13-2 A *McNeese State W, 7-0 H New Orleans L, 1-11 H New Orleans W, 3-2 H Tulane L, 0-3 A Louisiana W, 7-3 A *North Texas W, 3-1 A *North Texas W, 6-4 A *North Texas W, 13-5 A *North Texas W, 5-1 H Nicholls W, 6-5 H Nicholls W, 18-6 A New Orleans W, 8-5 A New Orleans L, 0-9 A Tulane W, 3-1 A Tulane L, 2-16 H Houston L, 5-9 H Houston L, 0-1 A Stephen F. Austin W, 11-6 A Stephen F. Austin L, 9-11 H *McNeese State W, 3-2 H *McNeese State W, 5-3 H *McNeese State W, 9-5 H *McNeese State W, 7-5

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1988 Overall Record: 20-31-1 ASC Record:  4-11 Coach: David Perkins A Rice L, 5-7 A Rice L, 4-7 H TCU L, 2-3 H TCU W, 7-1 H TCU L, 1-3 A Rice L, 5-8 A Rice L, 6-15 A Texas A&M L, 1-2 A Texas A&M L, 2-4 H Baylor W, 11-3 H Baylor L, 1-7 H Baylor W, 6-4 H Prairie View A&M W, 7-6 H Prairie View A&M W, 7-0 H St. Francis (Ill.) L, 2-3 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 4-1 H St. Francis (Ill.) W, 8-3 A Stephen F. Austin W, 9-3 A Stephen F. Austin L, 0-5 A Southeastern Louisiana L, 2-5 A Nicholls L, 4-18 A Valdosta State W, 4-2 A Valdosta State W, 3-2 A Florida State L, 9-10 A Nicholls T, 8-8 H Missouri L, 3-7 H Missouri L, 2-4 H Missouri L, 0-16 H Dallas Baptist L, 6-10 H Dallas Baptist W, 2-1 H Dallas Baptist W, 5-4 H *New Orleans L, 3-7 H *New Orleans L, 4-10 H *New Orleans L, 3-5 H Stephen F. Austin W, 10-5 H Stephen F. Austin W, 11-4 A *UTPA L, 0-2 A *UTPA L, 4-6 A *UTPA L, 3-10 H McNeese State W, 2-1 H McNeese State L, 4-6 A *Arkansas State W, 8-7 A *Arkansas State L, 5-7 A *Arkansas State W, 6-1

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1990 Overall Record: 16-37-1 ASC Record: 3-12 Coach: David Perkins H Houston L, 0-8 H Sam Houston State W, 7-5 H Sam Houston State L, 1-3 A Stephen F. Austin W, 6-4 A Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 A Sam Houston State L, 1-2 A Sam Houston State T, 4-4 A Texas A&M L, 5-10 A Texas A&M L, 1-2 H Houston Baptist W, 8-3 H Houston Baptist W, 11-1 H McNeese State L, 3-4 H Baylor L, 2-16 H Baylor L, 1-14 H Baylor L, 1-7 H Nicholls L, 3-7 H New York Tech W, 2-1 H New York Tech W, 8-4 A Houston Baptist W, 9-1 N1 Chicago State W, 12-3 H Cameron L, 4-7 H Cameron L, 8-12 H Stephen F. Austin L, 5-6 N2 North Alabama L, 3-18 A McNeese State L, 2-7 H Prairie View A&M W, 5-0 H Prairie View A&M W, 10-4 A Prairie View A&M L, 4-5 A Prairie View A&M L, 0-4 H Missouri L, 1-3 H Missouri L, 2-3 H Missouri W, 7-2 A Houston W, 4-2 H *Arkansas State L, 1-4 H *Arkansas State W, 4-2 H *Arkansas State W, 13-0 H Rice L, 7-12 H Rice L, 2-3

A *UTPA A *UTPA A *UTPA A Rice A Rice H *Louisiana Tech H *Louisiana Tech H *Louisiana Tech A *New Orleans A *New Orleans A *New Orleans A Nicholls H Houston A *Louisiana A *Louisiana A *Louisiana N1-played in Houston N2-played in Lake Charles

L, 3-4 L, 1-16 W, 9-7 L, 1-8 L, 0-13 L, 0-3 L, 0-9 L, 1-7 L, 1-7 L, 1-10 L, 3-16 L, 2-3 L, 5-17 L, 0-11 L, 1-26 L, 0-5

1991 Overall Record: 18-34 SBC Record: 6-11 Coach: David Perkins H UT Arlington L, 0-4 H UT Arlington W, 3-2 H UT Arlington W, 6-5 H Sam Houston State L, 2-5 H Sam Houston State L, 1-5 H Stephen F. Austin W, 10-1 H Stephen F. Austin W, 5-3 H Houston L, 4-6 A Stephen F. Austin W, 5-2 A Stephen F. Austin L, 2-10 H Northwestern State L, 2-14 H Northwestern State W, 6-3 H Northwestern State W, 7-5 H Texas A&M L, 1-8 H Texas A&M L 6-7 A Baylor L, 0-6 A Baylor L, 0-5 A Baylor L, 2-5 A UT Arlington L, 0-3 A UT Arlington W, 5-2 A Hardin-Simmons W, 7-3 A Hardin-Simmons L, 4-5 A Hardin-Simmons W, 3-1 A McNeese State L, 1-9 A McNeese State L, 6-10 H Oklahoma W, 8-7 A Oklahoma L, 8-17 A Arkansas L, 2-14 A Arkansas L, 5-6 A *Arkansas State W, 4-2 A *Arkansas State L, 2-5 A *Arkansas State W, 9-0 H Rice L, 2-7 H *UTPA W, 6-5 H *UTPA L, 2-8

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

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1992 Overall Record: 32-21 SBC Record: 10-9 Coach: Jim Gilligan H UT Arlington W, 2-0 H UT Arlington L, 3-5 H Texas Southern W, 15-0 H Houston L, 6-7 A McNeese State L, 4-11 A McNeese State L, 4-12 H Texas State W, 4-3 H Texas Southern W, 5-4 H Dallas Baptist W, 4-2 H Dallas Baptist L, 1-4 H Dallas Baptist W, 10-3 H Creighton L, 0-9 H Sam Houston State W, 6-3 H Sam Houston State W, 7-0 H Saint Louis W, 4-3 H Prairie View A&M W, 8-1 H Prairie View A&M W, 5-1 H Saint Louis W, 5-0 A Texas A&M L, 2-5 H Mississippi W, 8-7 A *New Orleans L, 4-5 A *New Orleans W, 13-5 A *New Orleans L, 7-8 A Sam Houston State W, 5-2 A Sam Houston State L, 1-2 H Colorado State W, 6-5 H Texas W, 8-7 A Stephen F. Austin W, 6-1 H *Louisiana Tech L, 2-6 H *Louisiana Tech W, 4-3 H Houston L, 3-6 H *UTPA W, 11-3 H *UTPA W, 3-2 H *UTPA W, 3-2 H Rice W, 3-1 A *Louisiana Tech L, 1-13

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1993 Overall Record: 44-18 SBC Record: 13-5 Coach: Jim Gilligan Sun Belt Champions A Centenary W, 6-0 A Centenary L, 0-5 A Centenary W, 15-4 H Nicholls L, 2-4 H Nicholls W, 7-2 A Prairie View A&M W, 11-0 A Prairie View A&M W, 9-0 H Northwestern State W, 5-0 H Northwestern State L, 4-7 H Texas Southern W, 17-4 H Texas Southern W, 9-1 A Houston L, 2-4 N1 !Louisiana Tech W, 5-0 H Prairie View W, 11-1 H Prairie View W, 11-1 N1 !Oklahoma W, 6-2 A !McNeese State W, 5-3 A Louisiana State W, 9-3 H Illinois State W, 9-3 H Illinois State W, 7-6 H Sam Houston State W, 6-0 H New York Tech W, 17-3 A Texas L, 0-2 A Texas L, 4-12 A Texas State W, 11-5 A Texas State L, 2-4 H *New Orleans W, 2-1 H *New Orleans L, 6-7 H *New Orleans W, 10-9 A Stephen F. Austin W, 17-1 H *Louisiana Tech W, 12-3 H *Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 H *Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 H Houston W, 7-1

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A *Louisiana L, 6-8 A *Louisiana L, 4-5 H Stephen F. Austin W, 14-1 A McNeese State L, 5-8 H McNeese State W, 5-4 H McNeese State W, 4-0 A Texas Southern W, 13-2 A *UTPA W, 4-3 A *UTPA L, 6-9 A *UTPA W, 18-4 H *Louisiana W, 1-0 H *Louisiana W, 5-1 H *Louisiana W, 4-0 A Sam Houston State W, 7-2 A *New Orleans L, 1-8 H *UTPA W, 17-2 H *UTPA W, 3-0 H *UTPA W, 7-0 A Arkansas L, 1-5 A Arkansas L, 10-12 A Arkansas W, 14-7 H #Jacksonville W, 7-5 H #Arkansas State L, 2-4 H #South Alabama W, 10-7 H #Arkansas State W, 8-3 H #Jacksonville W, 6-3 NCAA Regional N2 $UCLA L, 1-6 A2 $Texas A&M L, 5-10 N1 - McNeese Lake Area Classic # - Sun Belt Tournament N2&A2 - NCAA Central I Regional, College Station 1994 Overall Record: 36-23 SBC Record: 16-8 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Centenary W, 7-2 H Sam Houston State W, 2-0 H Southeastern Louisiana W, 8-7 H Rice L, 4-5 A Northwestern State L, 1-6 A Northwestern State L, 3-4 A Northwestern State L, 3-6 N1 Tulane W, 19-9 N1 Alabama W, 3-2 A McNeese State L, 1-2 H McNeese State L, 4-5 A *New Orleans L, 2-7 A *New Orleans W, 9-4 A *New Orleans W, 5-4 H Texas A&M W, 7-1 H Texas A&M W, 3-2 A Texas State W, 14-6 H *Louisiana W, 4-0 H *Louisiana W, 11-0 H *Louisiana W, 5-4 H *Louisiana Tech W, 3-2

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H *Louisiana Tech L, 5-6 H *Louisiana Tech W, 10-7 A Sam Houston State L, 4-10 A McNeese State W, 5-3 H Texas W, 15-3 A Houston L, 5-9 H LSU W, 4-3 A *UTPA L, 8-9 A *UTPA W, 4-3 A *UTPA L, 3-4 H *New Orleans L, 2-6 H *New Orleans L, 1-3 H *New Orleans W, 3-2 A Rice W, 11-9 H Texas State W, 11-7 A *Louisiana L, 5-15 A *Louisiana W, 5-1 A *Louisiana L, 3-5 H Houston L, 1-3 A *Louisiana Tech W, 10-0 A *Louisiana Tech W, 2-0 A *Louisiana Tech W, 9-5 A Southeastern Louisiana L, 3-4 H *UTPA W, 8-4 H *UTPA W, 8-1 H *UTPA W, 9-8 A Nicholls W, 10-3 A Nicholls W, 8-2 H McNeese State L, 1-2 H McNeese State L, 2-4 H Jackson State L, 9-13 H Jackson State W, 13-1 N2 Arkansas State L, 5-8 N2 Louisiana W, 10-3 A1 South Alabama (10) W, 3-2 N2 Jacksonville W, 9-2 N2 Arkansas State W, 8-3 N2 Arkansas State (11) L, 2-3 N1 - McNeese Lake Area Classic N2&A1 - Sun Belt Tournament - Mobile, Ala. 1995 Overall Record: 38-24 SBC Record: 16-11 Coach: Jim Gilligan Sun Belt Tournament Champions H Texas State W, 15-2 H Texas State L, 7-13 A Texas L, 7-8 (10) A Rice L, 4-10 H Rice W, 6-5 H Sam Houston State W, 7-0 N1 LSU L, 6-10 N1 Tulane L, 1-6 N1 New Orleans W, 11-7 H Ball State W, 4-1 H Ball State W, 7-2 H Ball State W, 3-0

H Prairie View A&M W, 11-1 H Prairie View A&M W, 9-1 H Nicholls L, 6-7 A *UTPA W, 13-1 A *UTPA W, 5-3 A *UTPA W, 11-7 A Houston L, 4-5 (10) A Sam Houston State W, 6-3 (11) H *Louisiana W, 13-1 H *Louisiana L, 4-5 H *Louisiana W, 7-6 A Prairie View A&M W, 23-1 H *UALR W, 3-2 H *UALR W, 7-1 H *UALR W, 9-4 A Rice W, 12-10 A *New Orleans L, 0-5 A *New Orleans W, 7-1 A *New Orleans W, 3-2 H *Arkansas State L, 1-4 H *Arkansas State W, 7-0 H *Arkansas State L, 1-2 (14) A Texas State W, 5-3 A *South Alabama L, 5-10 A *South Alabama L, 10-12 A *South Alabama L, 5-6 A Texas A&M L, 1-6 H *Louisiana Tech W, 1-0 H *Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 H *Louisiana Tech W, 11-9 H Rice L, 2-4 A *WKU W, 13-6 A *WKU W, 6-1 A *WKU L, 5-6 H Houston L, 8-13 H *Jacksonville W, 6-5 (10) H *Jacksonville L, 3-4 H *Jacksonville L, 6-7 H Jackson State W, 17-1 H Jackson State W, 12-1 N2 Arkansas State W, 4-3 N2 South Alabama L, 8-11 N2 New Orleans W, 6-5 N2 South Alabama W, 4-2 A1 Jacksonville W, 5-1 A1 Jacksonville W, 12-4 NCAA Regional A Wichita State W, 13-11 N3 Stanford L, 1-8 A Wichita State W, 4-1 N3 Stanford L, 9-16 N1 - Winn-Dixie Showdown N2&A1 - Sun Belt Tournament - Jacksonville N3 - NCAA Midwest I Regional

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1996 Overall Record: 26-29 SBC Record: 11-16 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Rice W, 6-3 A Rice L, 0-12 H Sam Houston State W, 4-0 A Houston L, 8-12 N1 Louisville W, 3-1 N1 UTSA W, 8-4 A Rice L, 4-6 H Northwestern State L, 5-6 H Northwestern State W, 3-1 N2 Oklahoma State W, 3-2 N2 Louisiana W, 9-4 A Rice L, 12-13 H Texas A&M L, 0-15 H Chicago State W, 19-8 A *Jacksonville L, 4-12 A *Jacksonville L, 4-5 A *Jacksonville L, 8-9 H Houston W, 9-8 H Nicholls W, 10-3 H *South Alabama L, 6-11 H *South Alabama W, 7-3 H *South Alabama W, 11-7 A Texas State W, 10-1 A Texas State W, 8-4 H *UTPA W, 4-3 H *UTPA L, 2-3 H *UTPA L, 2-5 A *Louisiana L, 4-5 A *Louisiana L, 4-5 A *Louisiana W, 16-2 A Houston L, 2-5 H *WKU W, 15-14 H *WKU W, 20-7 H *WKU W, 5-4 A Rice W, 5-4 H McNeese State L, 7-8 A *Arkansas State L, 1-8 A *Arkansas State W, 5-1 A *Arkansas State L, 5-7 A Nicholls W, 15-10 H *New Orleans W, 5-3 H *New Orleans L, 0-1 H *New Orleans W, 3-1 H Rice L, 0-1 A Sam Houston State L, 4-9 A *Louisiana Tech L, 4-5 A *Louisiana Tech L, 3-6 A *Louisiana Tech L, 8-12 H Houston L, 7-8 H Texas State W, 9-0 H Texas State L, 2-4 A *UALR L, 7-9 A *UALR W, 10-7 A *UALR L, 4-5

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A Baylor L, 4-6 N1 - Big Ball Sports/Rice Classic N2 - Harvey Suites/Rice Invitational 1997 Overall Record: 32-19-1 SBC Record:  13-11 Coach: Jim Gilligan H UTSA W, 7-6 H UTSA W, 6-2 H Prairie View A&M W, 11-0 H Prairie View A&M W, 10-0 A Nicholls L, 4-7 A Nicholls W, 3-2 H Sam Houston State W, 4-2 H Purdue W, 12-8 H Purdue W, 10-7 H Purdue W, 13-1 N1 Troy L, 5-6 (13) N1 UCF L, 0-6 N1 Kentucky L, 2-9 A Northwestern State W, 9-7 A Northwestern State W, 6-4 H *Louisiana W, 9-3 H *Louisiana L, 0-1 H *Louisiana W, 14-1 A McNeese State T, 3-3 H *UALR W, 14-0 H *UALR W, 7-0 A Texas A&M W, 5-4 (10) A Prairie View A&M W, 14-0 A Prairie View A&M W, 3-1 H *Arkansas State L, 7-8 H *Arkansas State L, 2-3 H *Arkansas State L, 1-3 H Rice W, 6-1 A *UTPA W, 4-3 A *UTPA L, 0-3 A *UTPA L, 5-8 A *WKU W, 17-9 A *WKU W, 10-7 A *WKU L, 5-8 H McNeese State W, 5-4 A *New Orleans W, 16-9 A *New Orleans W, 6-0 A *New Orleans L, 4-6 A Sam Houston State W, 6-2 A Houston L, 6-13 H *Louisiana Tech W, 12-4 H *Louisiana Tech W, 7-1 H *Louisiana Tech L, 3-7 H Texas State W, 11-8 A *South Alabama L, 0-10 H Houston W, 6-4 H *Jacksonville W, 15-11 H *Jacksonville L, 5-12 H *Jacksonville W, 12-3 A Rice L, 5-6 (12)

N2 South Alabama L, 5-6 N2 UTPA L, 7-12 N1 - Big Ten Tire/Blue Gray Classic N2 - Sun Belt Tournament - Lafayette, La.

1998 Overall Record: 26-27 SBC Record: 15-9 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Nicholls W, 9-4 H Nicholls W, 9-6 H Nicholls L, 7-9 H #Northwestern State W, 8-5 H #Jackson State W, 17-5 H McNeese State L, 4-9 H Michigan State W, 6-5 H Michigan State W, 2-1 H Michigan State L, 0-4 H Michigan W, 11-8 H Michigan L, 10-12 H Michigan L, 6-9 A UTSA L, 6-8 A UTSA W, 7-4 H *South Alabama W, 7-4 H Rice W, 13-8 A *Louisiana L, 4-6 A *Louisiana L, 1-9 A *Louisiana W, 6-4 H Sam Houston State W, 13-1 H Texas State L, 7-10 A *UALR W, 8-5 A *UALR W, 4-1 A *UALR W, 9-7 H UTSA L, 4-7 H UTSA L, 2-3 H *WKU W, 7-3 H *WKU W, 8-4 H *WKU L, 3-7 A Rice L, 5-9 H *New Orleans L, 7-8 H *New Orleans W, 13-12 H *New Orleans L, 5-11 A McNeese State L, 4-11 A *Arkansas State L, 8-11 A *Arkansas State W, 8-2 A *Arkansas State L, 8-9 H Northwestern State L, 8-10 A Sam Houston State L, 6-8 H *UTPA W, 7-6 H *UTPA W, 9-5 A Northwestern State L, 2-3 A *Jacksonville W, 9-5 A *Jacksonville W, 2-0 A *Jacksonville L, 1-2 A Texas State L, 2-3 A *Louisiana Tech W, 25-2 A *Louisiana Tech L, 5-7 A *Louisiana Tech W, 11-10

H McNeese State L, 4-10 N $Arkansas State W, 4-3 N $Louisiana L, 4-11 N $New Orleans L, 8-9 # - Holiday Inn-Midtown Classic $ - Sun Belt Tourney, Mobile, Ala.

1999 Overall Record: 34-21 SLC Record: 12-14 Coach: Jim Gilligan A Houston Baptist W, 9-3 A Houston Baptist W, 4-2 A Prairie View A&M W, 12-3 A Prairie View A&M W, 23-0 A McNeese State W, 9-7 A1 Louisiana Tech L, 9-10 N1 Nebraska W, 17-8 N1 Nebraska W, 8-7 A Louisiana W, 7-4 A TCU L, 3-7 A TCU W, 3-1 A TCU W, 6-5 H Prairie View A&M W, 17-2 H Prairie View A&M W, 11-1 H #Jackson State W, 7-2 H #SW Missouri State L, 4-5 H #Northwestern State W, 3-2 H Centenary W, 12-2 H *Southeastern Louisiana L, 4-5 H *Southeastern Louisiana L, 1-10 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 4-2 H No. 1 Rice W, 5-1 A *ULM L, 4-12 A *ULM L, 13-14 H Yale W, 13-1 A Centenary W, 9-3 H *Texas State W, 9-2 H *Texas State W, 10-9 H *Texas State L, 7-8 H McNeese State W, 17-5 A No. 6 Texas A&M L, 2-7 A *UTSA L, 6-9 A *UTSA W, 8-5 A *UTSA L, 6-11 H *Nicholls L, 0-2 H *Nicholls W, 4-3 H *Nicholls W, 14-1 H Houston Baptist L, 1-2 H Houston Baptist W, 3-0 A *Sam Houston State W, 6-2 A *Sam Houston State L, 0-3 A *Sam Houston State W, 12-8 H McNeese State L, 4-5 H Louisiana W, 9-8 H *UT Arlington L, 9-11 H *UT Arlington W, 9-7 H *UT Arlington W, 6-5

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2000 Overall Record: 27-27 SLC Record: 11-16 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Houston Baptist W, 6-4 H Houston Baptist W, 3-2 H Louisiana Tech L, 4-8 H Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 H Louisiana Tech W, 15-2 H Priarie View A&M W, 6-3 H Prairie View A&M W, 10-1 H Mississippi Valley W, 12-2 H Mississippi Valley W, 14-0 H Mississippi Valley W, 4-0 H Mississippi Valley W, 11-1 A Houston Baptist L, 4-7 A Houston Baptist L, 3-12 N1 New Mexico L, 2-7 N1 McNeese State L, 7-9 A1 Rice L, 3-4 H UTPA W, 7-6 H UTPA L, 0-8 H TCU W, 10-6 H TCU L, 2-3 H TCU W, 9-5 A *Northwestern State L, 2-7 A *Northwestern State W, 5-1 A *Northwestern State L, 1-5 A Centenary W, 9-1 A Centenary W, 10-4 A *UT Arlington W, 11-6 A *UT Arlington L, 1-4 A *UT Arlington W, 7-6 H *Sam Houston State L, 1-4 H *Sam Houston State W, 1-0 H *Sam Houston State L, 1-6 A *Nicholls L, 0-3 A *Nicholls L, 2-3 A *Nicholls W, 9-3 A Rice L, 4-14 H *UTSA W, 5-1 H *UTSA W, 2-1 H *UTSA W, 3-1 H Rice L, 4-6 A *Texas State W, 2-1 A *Texas State L, 3-8 A *Texas State L, 7-8

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H Texas A&M W, 8-5 H *ULM L, 0-8 H *ULM L, 2-5 H *ULM L, 1-7 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 4-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-7 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 10-4 A Louisiana L, 0-6 H *McNeese State L, 2-4 H *McNeese State L, 0-8 H *McNeese State L, 2-7 N1&A1-Crowne Plaza/Rice Invitational

2001 Overall Record: 37-24 SLC Record: 13-14 Coach: Jim Gilligan A UTPA W, 5-3 A UTPA W, 8-3 A UTPA W, 7-4 H Prairie View A&M W, 7-0 H Prairie View A&M W, 18-1 N1 Georgia Tech L, 9-11 N1 Nebraska L, 4-10 A1 Rice L, 2-5 H Houston Baptist W, 5-2 H Houston Baptist W, 11-1 H Texas Southern W, 12-4 H Texas Southern W, 16-2 H Texas Southern W, 6-4 H Louisiana W, 8-1 H New Orleans L, 3-8 H New Orleans W, 9-0 H New Orleans W, 12-5 A *ULM L, 7-8 A *ULM W, 10-6 A *ULM L, 3-4 H Centenary W, 11-5 H Centenary L, 1-12 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 6-5 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 12-1 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 1-0 A Texas A&M L, 2-8 A *Sam Houston State L, 3-6 A *Sam Houston State W, 8-7 A *Sam Houston State W, 7-2 H Houston Baptist L, 5-6 H Houston Baptist W, 3-1 H *Nicholls L, 4-9 H *Nicholls W, 9-7 H *Nicholls L, 4-7 H *Texas State W, 9-8 H *Texas State W, 5-4 H *Texas State L, 3-6 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 5-3 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 5-2 A *UTSA L, 7-8 A *UTSA L, 3-4

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A *UTSA L, 6-7 A TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 16-11 A TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 25-12 H *Northwestern State L, 1-3 H *Northwestern State L, 2-9 H *Northwestern State L, 3-7 H Rice W, 10-6 A *McNeese State W, 20-5 A *McNeese State W, 14-13 A *McNeese State W, 8-5 A Centenary L, 8-9 A Centenary W, 13-0 H *UT Arlington W, 5-2 H *UT Arlington L, 1-13 H *UT Arlington L, 1-4 H #Northwestern State W, 8-6 H #Texas State W, 5-1 H #UT Arlington W, 1-0 H #UT Arlington L, 1-3 H #UT Arlington L, 1-3 N1&A1 - Crowne Plaza/Rice Invitational # - Southland Tournament, Beaumont 2002 Overall Record: 36-24 SLC Record:  16-11 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Tournament Champions H Texas Southern W, 16-3 H Texas Southern W, 9-0 H UTPA W, 8-1 H UTPA L, 0-8 H UTPA W, 23-4 H Centenary L, 4-5 A New Orleans W, 13-4 A New Orleans L, 0-4 A New Orleans L, 1-4 H Rice L, 0-7 A Oklahoma W, 8-4 A Oklahoma L, 1-10 A Oklahoma L, 5-7 A TAMU-Corpus Christi L, 5-7 N1 UALR L, 10-15 N1 UALR W, 7-4 N1 Louisiana Tech L, 6-7 A *Texas State W, 3-1 A *Texas State W, 3-1 A *Texas State L, 2-10 H Prairie View A&M W, 19-1 H Prairie View A&M W, 14-3 A *Northwestern State W, 8-7 A *Northwestern State L, 0-2 A *Northwestern State L, 1-5 H Texas A&M L, 10-12 H *UTSA L, 0-2 H *UTSA L, 1-2 H *UTSA W, 7-6 A Louisiana W, 8-3

H *McNeese State W, 3-2 H *McNeese State W, 8-2 H *McNeese State L, 1-5 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 5-0 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 5-0 A *UT Arlington W, 9-7 A *UT Arlington L, 2-3 A *UT Arlington L, 2-12 H Louisiana W, 10-8 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 6-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 9-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 10-0 H Centenary W, 5-2 H *Sam Houston State W, 6-0 H *Sam Houston State W, 8-0 H *Sam Houston State W, 10-4 A Rice W, 10-4 A *Nicholls L, 6-7 A *Nicholls W, 10-3 A *Nicholls W, 10-0 H *ULM L, 6-16 H *ULM L, 4-5 H *ULM W, 16-6 H #UT Arlington W, 5-3 H #McNeese State W, 4-3 H #Texas State W, 3-0 H #Northwestern State W, 5-4 NCAA Regional N2 Baylor L, 2-4 N2 Central Connecticut W, 9-4 N2 Baylor L, 9-10 N1 - Centenary Classic, Shreveport, La. # - Southland Tournament N2 - NCAA Regional, Austin, Texas 2003 Overall Record: 40-18 SLC Record: 20-6 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Champions H Texas Southern W, 12-0 H Texas Southern W, 18-0 H Texas Southern W, 13-0 A UTPA W, 16-10 A UTPA L, 2-3 A UTPA W, 9-2 H Southern W, 13-8 H UALR W, 5-2 H UALR L, 1-3 H UALR W, 10-4 H No. 22 Ohio State L, 3-5 H No. 29 Missouri State W, 6-5 H No. 30 Oklahoma W, 7-4 A Arkansas State W, 11-4 A Arkansas State W, 3-2 A Arkansas State L, 3-4 H *Texas State W, 8-1 H *Texas State W, 7-6

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H St. John’s L, 5-7 H St. John’s W, 6-5 H Marist College W, 14-5 H Marist College W, 6-3 H Marist College W, 7-0 A Louisiana Tech W, 15-10 A Louisiana Tech W, 7-4 H Arkansas State W, 5-0, H Arkansas State W, 2-0 H Arkansas State W, 2-0 H No. 9 Texas A&M L, 3-12 A *Texas State W, 7-6 A *Texas State L, 4-11 A *Texas State W, 2-0 A Louisiana W, 4-3 A *Northwestern State L, 2-12 A *Northwestern State L, 3-4 A *Northwestern State W, 5-1 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 13-0 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 9-7 H *UTSA W, 9-2 H *UTSA L, 6-8 H *UTSA W, 16-0 H *McNeese State W, 7-3 H *McNeese State W, 7-2 H *McNeese State W, 9-3 A *UT Arlington L, 1-3 A *UT Arlington W, 4-2 A *UT Arlington W, 5-2 A No. 3 Rice L, 2-3 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 13-8 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 4-0 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 10-1 H Louisiana W, 6-5 H *Sam Houston State W, 2-1 H *Sam Houston State W, 15-5 H *Sam Houston State L, 2-6 A *Nicholls L, 3-4 A *Nicholls W, 10-1 H *ULM W, 11-9 H *ULM W, 5-0 H *ULM L, 0-4 N3 UTSA W, 11-2 N3 Texas State W, 8-1 N3 Northwestern State W, 5-1 N3 ULM W, 9-3 NCAA Regional N4 No. 14 Texas A&M L, 3-14 A2 No. 3 Rice L, 3-6 N1&A1 - UTPA/Al Ogletree Classic, Edinburg N2 - Rice Coca-Cola Classic, Houston N3 - Southland Tournament, Hammond, La. N4&A2 - NCAA Regional, Houston

2005 Overall Record: 38-23 SLC Record: 16-11 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Jackson State W, 16-5 H Jackson State W, 9-1 H Jackson State W, 5-2 A UTPA W, 4-2 A UTPA W, 9-7 A UTPA W, 17-9 N1 No. 15 Mississippi L,3-5 N1 Missouri State W, 17-3 A1 No. 10 Rice L, 2-8 N2 New Mexico State L, 1-8 N2 Texas Tech L, 3-5 H No. 7 Rice L, 0-10 H Indiana State W, 9-2 H UNC-Wilmington W, 8-1 H Southern Mississippi L, 2-5 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 7-2 H TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 4-3 H Central Conn. State W, 22-0 H No. 24 Michigan W, 7-6 H No. 24 Michigan L, 1-11 H New York Tech W, 3-0 H Purdue W, 7-2 H *UT Arlington L, 6-12 H *UT Arlington W, 4-3 H *UT Arlington L, 1-11 A No. 17 Louisiana L, 3-23 A *McNeese State W, 6-4 A *McNeese State W, 7-4 A *McNeese State W, 11-10 A No. 16 Texas A&M L, 6-7 H *Nicholls W, 7-6 H *Nicholls W, 13-2 H *Nicholls W, 9-0 A *ULM L, 2-5 A *ULM W, 10-5 A *ULM W, 2-0 H No. 21 Louisiana W, 3-1 H *Southeastern Louisiana L, 3-4 H *Southeastern Louisiana L, 4-10 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 7-6 H Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 H Louisiana Tech W, 5-4 H *Northwestern State W, 10-8 H *Northwestern State L, 7-10 H *Northwestern State L, 5-9 A TAMU-Corpus Christi L, 2-3 A TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 11-6 A *Sam Houston State L, 6-9 A *Sam Houston State L, 1-4 A *Sam Houston State W, 9-2 A *UTSA L, 4-7 A *UTSA W, 10-5 A *UTSA W, 6-5 H *Texas State W, 4-3

H *Texas State L, 1-5 H *Texas State W, 7-6 N3 UT Arlington W, 7-1 N3 UTSA L, 3-6 N3 UT Arlington W, 8-3 N3 Southeastern Louisiana W, 9-3 N3 UTSA L, 1-4 N1 - Rice Coca-Cola Classic, Houston N2 - Midland Rockhounds Classic, Midland N3 - Southland Tournament, Natchitcohes, La.

2006 Overall Record: 35-23 SLC Record:  19-11 Coach: Jim Gilligan N1 Gonzaga L, 6-7 N1 Northern Colorado L, 7-11 N1 Oklahoma W, 21-9 H UTPA W, 6-1 H UTPA W, 10-0 H UTPA W, 11-3 N2 No. 15 Long Beach State L,6-11 N2 Oklahoma L, 4-11 A2 No. 4 Rice L, 1-7 H Michigan State W, 8-1 H Kentucky L, 1-6 H Arkansas State W, 11-8 H Houston W, 5-4 H Iona College W, 23-0 H Connecticut W, 4-0 H New Orleans W, 2-1 A Houston L, 3-4 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-4 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 6-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 5-1 A Louisiana Tech L, 5-14 A Louisiana Tech W, 9-4 H *UTSA W, 13-3 H *UTSA L, 0-3 H *UTSA W, 6-4 H Louisiana W, 5-4 H *Stephen F. Austin W, 10-1 H *Stephen F. Austin W, 12-2 H *Stephen F. Austin W, 8-0 H Texas A&M L, 5-6 A *Nicholls W, 8-6 A *Nicholls W, 8-4 A *Nicholls W, 8-2 A *UT Arlington W, 10-3 A *UT Arlington W, 7-0 A *UT Arlington W, 8-5 H *Sam Houston State L, 2-6 H *Sam Houston State W, 8-1 H *Sam Houston State W, 3-0 H Prairie View A&M W, 7-5 H *ULM W, 12-2 H *ULM W, 12-1 H *ULM L, 5-10

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A *Central Arkansas W, 9-6 H No. 5 Rice L, 4-13 A *Sam Houston State W, 9-6 A *Sam Houston State W, 8-7 A *Sam Houston State W, 5-4 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 7-3 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi L, 0-3 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-2 H Louisiana L, 1-3 H *Texas State W, 3-0 H *Texas State L, 1-8 H *Texas State W, 3-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 6-4 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-10 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 4-8 H *Northwestern State L, 2-5 H *Northwestern State W, 12-2 H *Northwestern State L, 4-14 H *McNeese State W, 4-2 A *McNeese State W, 9-2 A *McNeese State L, 4-7 N2 McNeese State W, 12-2 N2 Sam Houston State L, 3-7 N2 UTSA L, 6-7 N1-Citrus Tournament, Edinburg N2-SLC Tournament, Natchitoches, La. 2008 Overall Record: 35-23 SLC Record: 20-10 Coach: Jim Gilligan N1 TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 8-3 N1 Sam Houston State L, 7-18 N1 Illinois L, 0-1 H Michigan State W, 4-2 H Arkansas State W, 10-3 H Kansas State L, 1-4 H Arkansas State W, 4-0 H McNeese State W, 4-0 A McNeese State W, 6-3 H Akron L, 8-10 H Buffalo W, 7-6 H Akron W, 10-7 H New York Tech W, 16-0 A ULM L, 3-12 A ULM L, 1-10 A *UT Arlington W, 13-7 A *UT Arlington L, 4-15 A *UT Arlington W, 9-5 H *Stephen F. Austin W, 9-1 H *Stephen F. Austin W, 7-4 H *Stephen F. Austin W, 6-5 H UTPA L, 2-3 H UTPA W, 11-1 H *Central Arkansas W, 1-0 H *Central Arkansas W, 12-3 H *Central Arkansas W, 7-4 A Louisiana L, 2-3

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H *Texas State W, 8-1 H *Texas State L, 2-4 H *Texas State L, 1-4 A Rice L, 8-9 (12) A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 1-11 (7) A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 10-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 4-10 H UTPA W, 9-6 H UTPA W, 12-5 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-1 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 4-0 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 11-7 H Rice L, 9-10 A *Sam Houston State W, 13-6 A *Sam Houston State L, 5-12 A *Sam Houston State L, 5-8 H McNeese State L, 7-10 A McNeese State L, 9-10 A *UTSA W, 7-4 A *UTSA L, 2-7 A *UTSA L, 6-7 (10) A Houston W, 12-3 H *Northwestern State W, 6-0 H *Northwestern State W, 6-1 H *Northwestern State W, 14-2 (7) H Louisiana-Monroe W, 11-10 H Louisiana-Monroe W, 12-7 H *McNeese State W, 3-2 A *McNeese State L, 4-8 A *McNeese State W, 13-5 H *UT Arlington L, 4-9 H *UT Arlington W, 3-1 H *UT Arlington W, 4-3 (10) A *Stephen F. Austin W, 9-3 A *Stephen F. Austin L, 7-11 A *Stephen F. Austin W, 14-2 (7) N1 UT Arlington W, 4-3 N1 Texas State L, 1-10 N1 UT Arlington W, 4-3 N1 Texas State L, 2-13 (8) N1 SLC Tournament, Corpus Christi

2010 Overall Record: 35-26 SLC Record: 16-17 Coach: Jim Gilligan Southland Tournament Champions H Maine W, 4-2 H Maine W, 6-1 H Maine W, 5-4 (17) A #9 Rice W, 13-7 H North Dakota State W, 9-7 H North Dakota State L, 9-10 H North Dakota State W, 12-5 H $Dallas Baptist W, 7-3 H $Penn State W, 8-3 H $McNeese State L, 9-12

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Overall Record: 29-27 SLC Record:  15-18 Coach: Jim Gilligan N1 vs. Akron L, 1-2 A1 Mississipi State L, 0-2 N1 vs. Akron W, 1-0 A1 Mississipi State L, 2-17 A No. 5 22 Rice W, 12-7 H North Dakota State W, 15-2 H North Dakota State W, 4-3 (11) H North Dakota State W, 2-1 H North Dakota State W, 5-4 H Texas Southern L, 1-6 $ San Francisco L, 1-3 (11) $ Cal State-Northridge W, 14-1 $ New Mexico State W, 12-6 $ Cal State-Northridge L, 6-7 H Prairie View A&M W, 11-1 H *Nicholls W, 8-1 H *Nicholls W, 9-4 H *Nicholls W, 3-0 H UTPA W, 8-1 H UTPA W, 6-0 A *Central Arkansas W, 7-1 A *Central Arkansas L, 7-8 A *Central Arkansas W, 15-5 H Rice L, 2-7 H *Texas State L, 1-7 H *Texas State W, 7-6 H *Texas State L, 5-9 A Baylor W, 7-3 A *Southeastern Louisiana W, 3-1 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 1-8 A *Southeastern Louisiana L, 1-5 A Houston W, 5-2 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi L, 0-5 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 1-0 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 10-0 A *Sam Houston State L, 4-9 A *Sam Houston State L, 2-3 A *Sam Houston State L, 2-3 A *UTSA L, 2-5 A *UTSA L, 8-9 (10) A *UTSA L, 12-13 H Houston W, 7-4 H *Northwestern State L, 6-8 H *Northwestern State L, 2-3 (11) H *Northwestern State W, 10-5 H *McNeese State W, 5-3 A *McNeese State L, 4-12 A *McNeese State L, 2-4 H *UT Arlington W, 10-5 H *UT Arlington W, 14-6 H *UT Arlington W, 5-4 A *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-2 A *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-5 A *Stephen F. Austin W, 3-2 N2 Stephen F. Austin L, 2-3

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A *UTSA L, 15-16 (10) A *UTSA L, 2-7 N1&A1-Baylor Classic, Waco

2012 Overall Record: 22-30 SLC Record:  14-19 Coach: Jim Gilligan H Arkansas State W, 2-1 H Arkansas State W, 10-2 H Gonzaga L, 1-6 H Illinois L, 2-9 H Gonzaga L, 5-6 H Illinois L, 8-9 N1 UC Irvine L, 0-17 A1 No. 25 Baylor W, 8-0 N1 UC Irvine L, 1-4 A1 No. 25 Baylor W, 8-7 A Louisiana Tech L, 1-8 A *Central Arkansas L, 0-2 A *Central Arkansas L, 1-0 (12) A *Central Arkansas L, 10-0 (7) H Houston Baptist W, 6-5 H Texas Southern W, 4-1 H *UT Arlington L, 5-7 H *UT Arlington L, 1-9 H *UT Arlington W, 4-3 A Rice W, 5-4 A *Northwestern State L, 5-7 A *Northwestern State L, 0-3 A *Northwestern State L, 5-10 H Rice L, 2-17 H *Southeastern Louisiana L, 1-2 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 6-4 H *Southeastern Louisiana W, 4-1 A *Stephen F. Austin W< 7-4 A *Stephen F. Austin L, 5-7 A *Stephen F. Austin W, 6-4 A Houston L, 3-4 H *Sam Houston State L, 2-6 H *Sam Houston State W, 5-2 H *Sam Houston State L, 3-5 A LSU L, 4-5 A *Nicholls W, 5-4 (10) A *Nicholls L, 4-10 A *Nicholls W, 12-4 H Prairie View A&M W, 9-0 H *McNeese State W, 4-1 H *McNeese State L, 4-5 H *McNeese State W, 6-0 A *Texas State L, 6-10 A *Texas State L, 1-5 A *Texas State W, 8-4 A Houston Baptist L, 1-5 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi L, 2-5 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi L, 3-9 H *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 9-1 A *UTSA W, 9-4

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