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SENIOR BULLDOGS From (l-r): LeBreton, Barrett, Alvis, Ewing and Ford 1 Louisiana Tech Athletic Vision...... 1 Athletic Mission Statement.........1 We Are Louisiana Tech.................3 J.C. Love Field...........................24 Pat Patterson.............................25 2011 Quick Facts........................26 Media Information.....................27 2011 Season Outlook.................28 Returning Letterwinners............31 Newcomers & Redshirts...........51 Head Coach Wade Simoneaux...55 Asst. Coach Brian Rountree.........57 Asst. Coach Fran Andermann.......58 Asst. Coach Brent Porche.............59 Dr. David Szymanski...................59 Support Staff.................................60 Opponents.................................61 WAC Review..............................64 2010 Season Review.................66 2010 Game Recaps....................68 Statistics....................................72 Departed Letterwinners............78 Records.....................................82 Letterwinners............................98 TV/Radio Roster....................... 100 Endowed Scholarships............ 101 LTAC......................................... 102 Team Tech 100......................... 103 University President Dr. Dan Reneau....................... 104 Athletic Director Bruce Van De Velde.................. 105 Administration......................... 106 Athletics Council...................... 112 The 2011 Louisiana Tech baseball guide is a publication of the Athletics Media Relations Office. It has been designed as a source of information for the news media and LA Tech fans. Every effort has been made to include pertinent and timely information.

Louisiana Tech Athletic Vision Louisiana Tech University will be a conference leader in performance by investing strategically in student-athletes’ development, providing superior facilities, and enhancing program support to achieve a local and national image of success and dominance.

Athletic Mission Statement Embody excellence in everything we do. Develop student-athletes to maximize their potential in mind, body and spirit. Bring pride, admiration, and loyalty to the University family, community and state. Win with integrity.

Editors: Austin Staton Contributors: Austin Staton, Josh McDaniel, Amanda Parsonage Cover and recruiting section design: Courtney Pugh - Donnie Bell Design

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Layout and design: Austin Staton, Courtney Pugh - Donnie Bell Design Photography: Donny Crowe, Tom Morris, Darrell James, James Garner, Matt Lange, Donald Page, Malcolm Butler


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welcome to the family

“ Louisiana Tech will be a top research university. And every top research university in the United States has a top athletic program. That’s our goal. We’re developing a road map for Tech athletics.” -- Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau

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At Louisiana Tech YOU are not a number, YOU are family. louisiana tech ranked in Tier 2 among National Universities in 2011 US News & World Report Best Colleges report - highest ranking in University of Louisiana System (ULS) and second only to LSU among public institutions in state. is the highest ranked Louisiana public university in Washington Monthly’s 2009 Best National Universities list. ranked in top 10 in the nation for graduating students with the least amount of debt, according to 2010 US News & World Report’s Best Colleges report. ranked as one of the 100 Best Values in Public Colleges in the nation by Kiplinger’s Magazine (2009 and 2010).

All classes are taught by full professors, not teaching assistants.

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More than 700 companies worldwide travel to campus eAch yeAR to RecRUit loUisiAnA tech gRAdUAtes

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Louisiana Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau is known as one of the top collegiate presidents in the country and a staunch supporter of both academics and athletics.    “Louisiana Tech is an institution of excellence and is considered a model of leadership.” -- J ames Fisher, national educational consultant

Quarter System – Big Advantage for the Student-Athlete Louisiana Tech has a unique advantage of being on the quarter system as opposed to the semester system. The quarter system provides significant advantages for the students, including: Lighter workload (take 3 classes instead of 5) Shorter academic sessions (12 weeks instead of 18) More frequent breaks during and between academic sessions More opportunities to withdraw or drop a class and still remain TOPS eligible

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The Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC) is committed to the success of Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes.

Programs Provided by BARC Tutoring and group help sessions in all subjects

Supplemental instruction from students who have already successfully completed a certain course

Writing assistance

Advising opportunities Referral program for students needing additional assistance

Computer labs and study hall space

“I’ve always felt like I’ve gotten the support I need from my teachers, coaches and other support personnel. There are a lot of great people at Louisiana Tech who want to make your college experience a positive one. You really couldn’t ask for anything more.” – Meghan Krieg Lady Techster Softball (Kinesiology)

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recent success stories

Antoinette Cobb Track standout Antoinette Cobb earned the 22nd Annual Honda Inspiration Award in 2010 after overcoming colon cancer at age 19 and going on to lead the Lady Techsters to eight WAC titles in her career. She graduated cum laude in the May and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in biology with aspirations of attending medical school.

Lisa Merritt and Missy Farrar team up in the Louisiana Tech athletics academic center to help the University’s studentathletes excel in the classroom and ultimately earn their degrees, something that is the No. 1 goal for the administration and coaches at Tech.

clint ewing Louisiana Tech baseball letterwinner Clint Ewing became the 14th LA Tech student-athlete to ever earn Academic All-American honors this year when he was named third team ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-American. Ewing held a 4.0 grade point average in civil engineering.

“There are many resources available on campus. My biggest help has been the math tutors available in the BARC. There’s also a career center to assist you with selecting a major or exploring different opportunities. Louisiana Tech is a unique school in the way the University interacts with the student body.” – Olu Ashaolu Bulldog Basketball (Business Administration)

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louisiana tech has seen more than 750 student-athletes earn Academic all-WAC honors since joining the league in 2001, including 94 studentathletes in 2009-10. saw eight of its 16 NCAA sanctioned programs record their highest multi-year 04.rate ever while seven of the programs recorded their highest single year 04.score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. ranked No. 1 in the state of Louisiana among Football Bowl Subdivision public institutions in the four-year average studentathlete graduate rate in the most recent Federal Graduation Rate Report (fall of 2009). saw its soccer team earn the Team Academic Award the past two years for its cumulative team grade point average. It was presented by the National Soccer Association of America and Adidas.

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The National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame honored former Bulldog football player Quin Harris as a National Scholar-Athlete. Harris, who was a finalist for the coveted Draddy Trophy -- considered the academic Heisman -- , was the first LA Tech player to ever receive the prestigious accolade.

louisiana tech boasts the University of Louisiana System’s highest graduation rate at 53.1 percent. boasts the ULS’ fastest time to completion for first time baccalaureates at 4.9 years. boasts the ULS’ highest average freshman ACT scores at 23.5.

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Welcome to University Park Your home away from home

It’s a community of Tech students who want the convenience of on-campus living and the privacy and sophistication of hightech, spacious apartments and townhouses with a signature Louisiana Tech view.

University Park Amenities 2- and 4-bedroom designs Townhouse features a spiral staircase to a loft with two bedrooms and a bath Private bedroom phone and cable television Kitchen equipped with range and refrigerator High speed internet access A pedestrian bridge provides easy, direct access from UP to the heart of campus

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More than 11,000 students call the Louisiana Tech campus home during the year and find more than enough to keep them entertained when not attending classes. Some of the top hot spots on campus include: Tolliver Hall a cyber café with plasma TVs, webcams and wireless internet

Student Center a large cafeteria-style area that allows students to choose from a variety of eating establishments including Chick-Fil-A and Burger King as well as a cafeteria

Local Restaurants students get plenty of Louisiana flavor as Ruston is full of local restaurants that range from a little Cajun spice to southern down-home cooking

Quadrangle one of the most frequented areas of campus where students hang out under century-old oak trees to study and socialize

lambright intramural Center a recreational facility complete with basketball courts, racquetball courts, a bowling alley, men’s and women’s weightrooms, an indoor track, saunas, steamrooms and plenty of cardio equipment

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Recent Entertainers on Campus Include:

• The Wallflowers

• Three Days Grace

• Goo Goo Dolls

• Puddle of Mudd

• Better Than Ezra

• Motion City Soundtrack

• 3 Doors Down

• Ben Folds

The Miss Tech pageant is just one of many annual student events on campus, including unity step shows, Greek Week, Spring Fling, homecoming, talent shows, theatrical and musical productions and more.

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M.S. Carroll Natatorium Construction has begun on the $12.5 million M.S. Carroll Natatorium begins this summer. The facility will be built onto the existing Lambright Intramural Center as part of a $50 million recreational construction project on campus that also includes new tennis courts, a new track and a new bowling alley – all of which have been completed. The swimming pool part of the project will include: 2 pools including a 25-yard indoor completion pool and an outdoor recreational pool with 3-50 meter lanes An outdoor whirlpool A rock-climbing wall An atrium An outdoor café

Tech students are some of the best fans in the South as all of the University’s athletic teams have great followings on game days whether football, basketball or any of the 16 NCAA Division I sanctioned programs.

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Motto - Union, justice and confidence Nickname - Sportsman’s Paradise Capital - Baton Rouge Colors - Gold, white and blue Bird - Brown Pelican Dog - Catahoula Leopard Dog Tree - Bald Cyprus Flower - Magnolia Song - “You are My Sunshine” Drink - Milk

Did You Know: Louisiana is home to Mardi Gras, one of the largest carnival celebrations in the world. Held each February in New Orleans, the twoweek party draws millions of tourists from around the world. It’s also home to a number of professional franchises including the NFL’s Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints and the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets.

Louisiana is the crawfish capital of the world, supporting a multi-million dollar-a-year industry. With speckled trout and large and small-mouth bass action that is unrivaled in the country, with clouds of ducks filling the skies most winters, with deer, rabbit and squirrels running wild, Louisiana is rightly nicknamed Sportsman’s Paradise. It’s a fisherman and hunter’s dream-come-true.

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Did You Know: Lincoln Parish is home to three state parks, numerous lakes and ponds for fishing, boating and water-skiing, a world-renowned mountain bike trail, the annual Peach Festival and one of the top golf courses in the South in Squire Creek Country Club. Although there is plenty to do almost every weekend in Ruston including a multitude of LA Tech athletic events, Tech students have plenty of other options as the city is located with a five hour drive of some of the top entertainments cities in the South, including Dallas, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Little Rock, Houston, Mobile and Birmingham.

Driving Distance from Ruston Dallas - 3 ½ hours Houston - 4 ½ hours Baton Rouge - 3 ½ hours New Orleans - 4 ½ hours Jackson - 2 hours Mobile - 5 hours Birmingham - 5 hours Memphis - 5 hours Little Rock - 2 ½ hours Lafayette - 3 hours

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Louisiana Tech was one of only five schools in the country to have a student-athlete selected in the NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB and NPF Drafts during this past year – joining Texas, Florida State, Oklahoma and Stanford. Louisiana Tech’s Athletic Department: Won the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Awards, given to the college that best exemplifies development in the four categories of Marketing/Branding, Fan Development, Community Relations, and Customer/Client Service. ranked eighth in the country in the Excellence in Management Cup, one of only four programs in the country to earn a top 10 spot in each of the last two years. Won the NCAA Pack the House Challenge for the WAC for the third straight year, one of only two schools in the country to win it three straight years (Hartford of America East Conference).

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On the playing fields: Bulldog football set a school record in season attendance in 2010 as 116,908 fans watched Tech paly at Joe Aillet Stadium - over 8,700 more than the previous record. It also marked the third consecutive year that Tech has had 100,000-plus fans go through the gates, the first time the school has achieved that feat. LadyTechster volleyball placed four student-athletes on the all-Louisiana volleyball team including Defensive Player of the Year, Lori Hunsucker. The four honorees marks a program record. Lady Techster soccer set a program record with 15 victories and a 5-3 record in the Western Athletic Conference. They finished tied for third place in the WAC, an all-time best finish, which qualified them for the conference tournament for the first time ever. Bulldog basketball won 24 games, the most in 25 years, and advanced to the second round of the Collegeinsider.com Invitational Tournament with a win over CUSA foe Southern Miss. Lady Techster basketball won the 2010 WAC Tournament title and participated in its first NCAA Tournament since 2006. Lady Techster bowling set a school record with 44 wins and also earned its highest ranking ever at 14th in the country. Bulldog golf earned its highest ranking in more than two decades despite having a squad that featured only one senior. LadyTechster tennis registered its first ever Western Athletic Conference victory win it defeated San Jose State during the spring. Bulldog baseball played the first ever game at Target Field, the new Minnesota Twins ballpark as they defeated the University of Minnesota in the contest. Lady Techster softball recorded its third straight winning season and played its first nationally televised game in program history. LadyTechster and Bulldog indoor track and field teams combined for 17 WAC titles during the conference championship meet while the ladies won their fifth team title in the last six years. LadyTechster and Bulldog outdoor track and field combined to outscore all other schools in the WAC championships while the women captured their sixth consecutive title.

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Quest for Excellence – Meeting the Needs of Tech’s Student-Athletes The construction of a 90,000-plus square-foot multipurpose facility in the south end zone of Joe Aillet Stadium will benefit every student-athlete at Louisiana Tech University.

Student-Athlete Benefits Include: • New academic center • New state-of-the-art sports medicine facility • New strength and conditioning complex • New coaches offices and locker rooms for football, baseball, soccer, tennis, softball, golf and track and field • Video room with state-of-the-art capabilities • New auditorium for team and departmental meetings

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More than $9 million of the projected $20 million was already committed when the press conference was held to announce the capital campaign in late June. Tech alums Steve Davison, Terry Bradshaw and Drake Mills form the Leadership Team that is spearheading the fundraising for the facility, along with Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde.

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Louisiana Tech already ranks among the state and conference leaders in student-athlete graduation rate and in Academic Progress Report rate, and the new academic center will further enhance and emphasize the University’s commitment to the classroom. Since Louisiana Tech joined the WAC in 2001, its athletic programs have captured 25 team championships and dozens of individual titles. Louisiana Tech has contracted with renowned sports architectural firm Populous to develop a master facility plan. Populous has created some of the most recognizable professional sports venues in the country, including : “This project addresses many of the needs of our student-athletes, enhances recruiting and provides a source of pride for our alumni and fans. Our vision is a quest for excellence and a desire, focus and commitment to be an institution that values academic and athletic excellence.”

• Yankee Stadium • Busch Stadium • AT&T Park • Pepsi Center • PNC Park • PETCO Park • Oriole Park at Camden Yards

– Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde

• Reliant Stadium “Quest for Excellence is a watershed event in the history of our athletics program and, through the private contributions of our friends and supporters, will put our University shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most progressive and respected programs in the nation.” -- Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau

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sports medicine center More than 3,800 square feet of athletic training facility built in 2001. Contains:

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training tables

private staff offices

physicians examination room

Keith Bunch is the head athletic trainer at Louisiana Tech University and is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association. He is in charge of the Dr. William Bundrick Sports Medicine Center and taking care of the Bulldog football players.

Louisiana Tech football can claim one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the country as one of its own. Dr. William Bundrick lettered for the Bulldogs in the late 1950s before graduating and moving on to the LSU Medical School in New Orleans. Today, he is not only the Bulldogs team physician, but he is also the benefactor of the Sports Medicine Department located in the Charles Wyly Athletic Center – home of the Tech football program.

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New State-of-the-Art Equipment

Damon Harrington is the head strength and conditioning coach at Louisiana Tech and is a certified member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. During his five years at LA Tech, 23 of the Bulldogs strength and conditioning records have been broken.

8 powerlift nine-foot combo power racks with platforms

8 powerlift glute ham machines

15 hammer strength machines

2 sets of iron grip GX dumb bells (5 to 150 lbs)

Louisiana Tech legend Karl Malone recently funded the new state-of-the-art equipment in the Karl Malone Weightroom. Malone was considered one of the most well-conditioned athletes in the history of the NBA. He returned to Louisiana Tech in 2007 as a member of the strength and conditioning staff while also assisting with marketing the university’s athletic programs.

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Dan Reneau is the President of Louisiana Tech University and a member of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Faith Jenkins was the first runner-up in the 2001 Miss America Pageant and now is an attorney at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy in New York.

Former Bulldog basketball AllAmerican Karl Malone is a two-time NBA MVP and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in August.

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prominent alumni While Louisiana Tech continues to excel on the playing fields, the University consistently turns out some of the world’s top politicians, businessmen, entertainers and professional athletes. A degree from Louisiana Tech University is more than just a diploma to hang on the wall … it’s a door opening to a world of opportunities.

Trace Adkins: country music star; named Top New Male Vocalist in 1997 by the Academy of Country Music Award

James Davison: Developer of Squire Creek Country Club; Board of Directors for Genesis Energy; former Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System

Leon Barmore: Winningest coach in history of NCAA women’s basketball; 5-time Hall of Famer

Rosemary Ellis: Executive Editor of Working Woman Magazine, editor of Prevention Magazine, and editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine

Albert Bourland: President of Daimler-Benz Washington, Inc., manufacturers of Mercedez Benz

Guthrie Jarrell, M.D.: Physician for more than 40 years in local community

John Caruthers, Jr.: President of Caruthers Producing Co., Inc. and president of the Seven States I-69 Mid-Continent Highway Coalition

Angela Turner Johnson: served as controller for Motown Records and Bellmark Records as well as senior accounting manager at Coca Cola.

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Kix Brooks Kix Brooks is a member of the country music duo Brooks and Dunn which has won more awards than any act in the history of country music.

Former Bulldog All-American Terry Bradshaw was the No. 1 pick of the 1970 NFL Draft, won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers and is a member of the Fox NFL Sunday broadcast team.

Jimmy Love: Secretary and Chairman of the Executive Committee, T. L. James & Company Inc.

Michael McCallister: President/CEO of Humana Inc.

Current LA Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon won both a national championship and an Olympic gold medal during her playing career and was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in June.

Lionel Alford: Corporate Vice President of the Boeing Company Milburn Baker, Jr.: President of United Gas Pipe Line George Breazeal: Comptroller of Murphy Oil Corporation and the director of Camp Fire Girls and United Way John Cordaro: President of Louisiana Power & Light

Glen Post, III: Chief Executive Officer and President of CenturyLink

Max Watson, Jr.: Founder and President of BMC Software, Inc.; Forbes Magazine named him in Top 15 of 200 Best Small Companies Charles Wyly: Vice Chairman of Sterling Software, Inc.; Founder of University Computing; Vice Chairman of Michael’s Stores, Chairman, Communities Foundation of Texas Sam Wyly: Chairman of Sterling Software, Inc., Chairman Michaels’s Stores; Co-Founder of Green Mountain Energy

Roy Adams: Chairman and CEO of Gulf Financial Companies of Bermuda

Robert Aillet: Principal and CEO of Aillet, Fenner, Jolly & McClelland Engineers

James Dennis: Associate Justice in the Supreme Court of Louisiana Kim Gandy: President of the National Coalition of Women Marvin T. Green, Jr., M.D.: Local surgeon who served on Boards of University Foundation, Lincoln General Hospital and Ruston State Bank Elizabeth Haley, Ph.D.: Dean Emeritus, College of Human Sciences at Texas Tech University and Associate Vice Chancellor of Texas Tech University for College Development Programs J.E. Mitcham, Sr.: Owner and President of Mitcham Farms, Inc. Edward Moyers: President and CEO of Southern Pacific Rail Corporation, CEO Illinois Central Railroad, CEO Mid-South Rail Corporation Patricia Wells Schultz: widely acclaimed for performances in opera Charles Spruell: President, Mobil Exploration and Producing, U.S. Inc.

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J.C. LOVE FIELD

Entering its 41st year of service, modern J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park continues to be one of the top playing facilities in the South. Since the facility opened in 1971, the stadium has seen the Bulldogs amass an impressive 702-376-1 (.651) home record. The facility has undergone several renovations in recent years. The outfield fence has been moved back as much as 20 feet in some places and has been raised. The dimensions of the field are now (left-to-right) 315-370-385-340-325. Other renovations include a new paint job, a new warning track and new lockers for the Bulldogs. Windscreens down the left-and right-field lines were added, as well as a visitors’ bullpen. In 2008, a brand-new scoreboard was installed beyond the right field wall and a smaller scoreboard display behind home plate. The smaller display faces the outfield and the University Park Apartments that sit beyond the left field fence. Approximately 400 new chairback seats were also added to the existing 300 to give more options to Tech season ticket holders. A new press box was constructed in time for Tech to host the 2008 Western Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in the school’s history. It features two radio booths, a television booth, ample seating for media members, high-speed internet connections and multiple phone lines. On May 22, 2008, the facility was rededicated as J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in honor of Tech legend, Pat “Gravy” Patterson. In his honor, an outfield wall sign that bears a picture of the former coach in his Tech jersey with the years he coached and his record was installed in left-center field. His name has also been imprinted on the outside wall of the press box that faces Tech Drive, and it has been added to the top panel on the scoreboard in right field. Centrally located on the Louisiana Tech campus, the facility features a seating capacity of 2,000, many of which are chairback seats for added comfort. The ballpark also boasts large picnic and viewing areas beyond the outfield wall that are very popular with Tech fans and the infamous “Right Field Rowdies.” J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park also features complete team facilities underneath the main stadium structure, including two locker rooms, showers, training rooms and coaches’ offices. A players’ lounge was built adjacent to the home locker room and restroom facilities are located behind the third base dugout. An enclosed batting tunnel is located down the left-field line. Tech’s baseball surface has been expertly manicured and is one of the finest playing surfaces available. It features a fully-automated sprinkler system. Lights were installed prior to the 1978 season. In 1997, a school-record 3,251 fans packed the stadium and the hills beyond the outfield to watch the Bulldogs play eventual national champion LSU. The facility, known as Tech Stadium until 1982, was named in honor of J.C. Love, a Ruston businessman who whole-heartedly supported the Tech baseball program and the university.

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All-Time Record 702-376-1 (.651) Att. 3,251 3,154 3,125 3,076 2,536 2,375 2,138 2,088 1,837 1,835

Top 10 Largest Crowds Opponent Year Result LSU 1997 L, 13-1 Arkansas 2007 L, 4-2 LSU 1991 L, 13-6 Arkansas 2007 W, 9-2 UL-Monroe 2007 W, 3-2 LSU 1987 W, 5-4 Arkansas 2007 L, 6-2 UL-Monroe 2007 L, 10-9 Arkansas 2005 L, 5-2 Lamar 1987 W, 5-4

Milestones Wins Win No. 1: April 26, 1971 vs. McNeese State (1-0) Win No. 50: 1974 vs. UT-Arlington (8-4) Win No. 100: 1977 vs. McNeese State (7-6) Win No. 200: 1982 vs. Northwestern State (5-2) Win No. 300: 1987 vs. Northeast La. (9-1) Win No. 400: 1992 vs. Ouachita Baptist (11-1) Win No. 500: 1998 vs. Northwestern State (8-2) Win No. 600: 2006 vs. UAB (3-1) Win No. 700: 2010 vs. Sacramento State (5-4)


Pat “Gravy” Patterson (1934-2007)

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PAT PATTERSON

Louisiana Tech lost a coaching legend on Oct. 11, 2007, as Pat “Gravy” Patterson, longtime coach of the Bulldog baseball team, passed away at the age of 73. Patterson coached the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs for 23 years and upon retiring in 1990, he was the all-time winningest coach in Louisiana collegiate baseball compiling a record of 741-462-2. “The Louisiana Tech family has lost a wonderful person,” said Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau. “Coach Patterson was a great friend and mentor to countless Tech students over the years, and he will be missed by all of us.” Patterson led Louisiana Tech to seven NCAA Tournament appearances during his coaching tenure, the last coming in 1987. In 1974, Patterson had the Bulldogs just one game away from the College World Series. Affectionately known as “Gravy” by Bulldog fans, Patterson came to Louisiana Tech in 1967 as an assistant football coach. One year later, he was hired as the Bulldog baseball head coach and served in dual roles before finally leaving the gridiron in 1978. “The entire Tech Athletic family mourns the loss of Coach Patterson,” said former Tech Athletic Director Jim Oakes. “We all grieve the loss of such a special man and outstanding coach. Coach Patterson left an unforgettable mark on his players and those of us who were fortunate to know him. This loss is very hard because Coach Patterson was beloved by everyone who knew him.” Patterson recorded 18 winning seasons in 23 years at the helm of Tech baseball and posted 40-win seasons five times. He was named the conference Coach of the Year seven times and the District VI Coach of the Year in 1974. “In my eyes, Gravy is Louisiana Tech baseball,” said current Tech baseball coach Wade Simoneaux. “Anytime anybody mentions Louisiana Tech baseball, his name always comes up. He set the bar so high that it’s not even attainable to do what he did here. He was an idol to me.” A 1958 graduate of Louisiana Tech, Patterson played football and baseball under legendary Bulldog coaches Joe Aillet and Berry Hinton, earning four football letters and two baseball letters. He went on to earn his master’s degree from the University of Mississippi in 1961. He began his coaching career in 1958 on the prep level at Ouachita Parish High School in Monroe, then took a job at Shreveport’s Byrd High School in 1963 before joining the Tech athletic department in 1967 as an assistant football coach. Although he finally left the gridiron in 1979, Patterson did return for one game as interim head coach in 1979, leading the Bulldogs to a remarkable 13-10 victory over rival Northeast Louisiana (now known as UL-Monroe) in his only game as head coach. “When I came in 1974, he was the first coach I was really involved with,” said longtime Tech broadcaster Dave Nitz. “He took me in and was always like a father figure to me. He would go on a recruiting trip and take me with him. He was Tech through and through. Nobody loved Louisiana Tech more than he did.” Patterson served for several years as Tech’s associate athletic director following his retirement from the diamond, overseeing eligibility of athletes and working closely with NCAA compliance. On three occasions, he was asked to step in as the university’s interim athletic director. He is a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame.


2011 Quick Facts GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,250 Conference: Western Athletic Colors: Blue and Red Nickname: Bulldogs President: Dr. Dan Reneau Athletic Director: Bruce Van De Velde Ticket Office: 318.257.3632

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TEAM INFORMATION 2011 SCHEDULE 2010 Record: 27-30 2010 WAC Record (Finish): 11-13 (5th) Feb. 18 ! SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2010 Postseason: None Feb. 19 ! NICHOLLS STATE 6 p.m. 2010 Final Rankings: NR Feb. 20 ! GRAMBLING STATE Feb. 22 UALR 6 p.m. Conference Titles (Last): 6 (1987) Feb. 25 at McNeese State 6:30 p.m. NCAA Regional Appearances (Last): 7 (1987) Feb. 26 at McNeese State 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. Lettermen Returning/Lost: 20/12 Feb. 27 at McNeese State 3 p.m. Starters Returning/Lost (min. 25 GS): 7/2 March 1 at UALR March 4 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 6 p.m. Pitchers Returning/Lost (min. 15 IP): 7/2 March 5 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 3 p.m. Returning Squad Members: 1 March 6 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. STADIUM INFORMATION Returning Redshirts: 4 March 8 at Grambling State 6:30 p.m. Facility: J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park Newcomers: 13 March 10 at Baylor March 11 at Baylor 6:30 p.m. Capacity: 3,000 Key Letterman Lost: March 12 at Baylor 3 p.m. RHP Jamey Bradshaw (14 G, 12 GS, 4-2, 5.77 ERA, 73.1 IP, 64 K) Largest Crowd: 3,251 (3/25/97 vs. LSU) RF Devon Dageford (57 G, 56 GS, .373, 17 HR, 56 RBI, 63 R) March 13 at Baylor 2 p.m. Casey Jones (12 G, 3 GS, 2-0, 4.91 ERA, 29.1 IP, 26 K) March 16 at UT Arlington 6:30 p.m. Dimensions: 315-370-385-340-325 RHP DH Jonathan Mire (32 G, 6 GS, .292, 1 HR, 9 RBI, 12 R) March 18 at Rice 6:30 p.m. Year Opened: 1971 CF Clint Stubbs (53 G, 41 GS, .322, 1 HR, 25 RBI, 40 R, 16 SB) March 19 at Rice 2 p.m. Record: 702-375-1 (.651) March 20 at Rice 1 p.m. Press Box Phone: 318.257.3144 MEDIA RELATIONS March 22 ALCORN STATE 6 p.m. Associate AD: Malcolm Butler March 25 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN 6 p.m. COACHING INFORMATION Promo & Events Coordinator: Josh McDaniel March 26 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN (DH) 1 p.m. March 29 SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 6 p.m. Head Coach: Wade Simoneaux Baseball Contact: Austin Staton April 2 LSU-SHREVEPORT 6 p.m. Alma Mater: Nicholls State, 1984 Office Phone: 318.257.5071 April 3 LSU-SHREVEPORT 1 p.m. Record at Tech: 202-243-1 (Eight Seasons) Cell Phone: 254.723.4606 April 5 NORTHWESTERN STATE 6 p.m. 6 p.m. Career Record: 202-243-1 (Eight Seasons) E-mail: astaton@latech.edu April 8 # NEW MEXICO STATE April 9 # NEW MEXICO STATE (DH) 1 p.m. Assistant Coach: Brian Rountree Twitter: @LATechAStaton April 10 # NEW MEXICO STATE 1 p.m. Alma Mater: South Carolina, 1990 Office Address: April 15 # at Hawai’i 11:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Assistant Coach: Fran Andermann Thomas Assembly Center, Room 161 April 16 # at Hawai’i 6 p.m. Alma Mater: Upper Iowa, 2000 Ruston, La. 71270 April 17 # at Hawai’i April 18 # at Hawai’i 11:30 p.m. Volunteer Assistant: Brent Porche Office Fax: 318.257.3757 April 21 # at San Jose State 8 p.m. Alma Mater: LSU-Shreveport, 2009 Website: www.LATechSports.com April 22 # at San Jose State (DH) 5 p.m. 3 p.m. Strength & Conditioning: Dr. David Szymanski Radio: ESPN 97.7 (KNBB-FM) April 23 # at San Jose State 6 p.m. Alma Mater: Texas Lutheran, 1989 Play-By-Play: Dave Nitz April 26 GRAMBLING STATE April 27 at Northwestern State 6:30 p.m. Baseball Office Phone: 318.257.5318 April 29 # NEVADA 6 p.m. Baseball Office Fax: 318.257.3590 April 30 # NEVADA (DH) 1 p.m. 2011 PROJECTED STARTERS (2010 Stats)

QUICK FACTS

Pos. Name Yr.-Exp B/T G-GS Avg. HR RBI R 2B 3B SLG OBP SB-ATT C Clint Ewing SR/3L R/R 53-51 .350 11 49 48 12 0 .605 .414 2-2 1B Alex Williams JR/2L L/R 55-52 .343 11 46 43 17 1 .583 .386 1-1 2B Taylor Terrasas SO/1L R/R 40-24 .360 2 15 15 7 0 .533 .430 3-4 3B Mark Threlkeld JR/2L R/R 57-57 .335 14 62 62 14 0 .569 .391 5-6 SS Ashton Hughes JR/2L L/R 50-36 .320 1 30 24 9 0 .414 .380 1-4 LF Kyle Roliard JR/2L L/L 57-54 .330 5 30 59 16 2 .483 .398 6-9 CF Joey Ford SR/1L R/R 55-55 .371 3 48 38 14 0 .479 .414 2-4 RF Will Alvis SR/1L R/R 52-49 .308 13 41 42 11 0 .599 .420 0-1 DH Justin Gordey JR/2L R/R 38-19 .365 2 16 15 5 1 .518 .385 3-3

2011 PROJECTED PITCHERS (2010 Stats)

Name Yr.-Exp W-L ERA G/GS SV IP H BB K OBA SP Trevor Petersen SO/1L 5-8 6.81 19/12 0 72.2 94 28 42 .308 SP Mike Jefferson JR/2L 4-4 5.60 19/13 0 72.1 64 59 69 .245 SP Jeb Stefan RS SO/1L 1-2 7.62 4/3 0 13.0 16 5 15 .286 SP Graham Meyers RS JR/2L 0-0 5.14 10/0 0 7.0 5 5 7 .192 RP Caleb Dudley SO/1L 3-3 6.49 23/0 0 52.2 80 22 36 .354 RP Will Alvis SR/1L 1-3 8.77 17/0 0 25.2 38 11 25 .339

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May 1 # NEVADA May 3 UT ARLINGTON May 6 # FRESNO STATE May 7 # FRESNO STATE (DH) May 8 # FRESNO STATE May 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY (DH) May 20 # at Sacramento State May 21 # at Sacramento State (DH) May 22 # at Sacramento State May 25-29 & WAC Tournament June 3-5 % NCAA Regionals June 10-13 % NCAA Super Regionals June 18-29 ^ NCAA College World Series ! - Louisiana Tech Classic # - WAC games & - Hohokam Stadium (Mesa, Ariz.) % - Campus Sites TBA ^ - TD Ameritrade Park (Omaha, Neb.) HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS all times CDT and subject to change

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Media Information

can be viewed at the official web site. Live stats are also available for each home game through CBS Sport’s GameTracker.

The 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Media Guide has been prepared to assist the working news media and is designed to aid all media members in their coverage of Bulldog baseball. Requests for additional information, player interviews, photographs and press credentials should be directed to Austin Staton, Louisiana Tech Media Relations, P.O. Box 3166, Ruston, LA 71272, 318-257-3144, or via e-mail at astaton@ latech.edu. The Louisiana Tech Athletics Media Relations Office looks forward to working with you during the 2011 baseball season. Any member of the office can answer your questions or direct you to someone who can, so please Austin Staton feel free to call us Baseball Contact at 318-257-3144. Staton will be the person primarily responsible for Bulldog Baseball within the office, but be assured you can get assistance from anyone. The Media Relations Office is a vital part of the success of the Bulldog baseball program. Malcolm Butler and assistants Steven Schoon, Austin Staton and Patrick Walsh strive to run one of the finest departments in the nation.

front of the stadium for pickup. Please contact Staton at least one week in advance concerning credentials for road games. Media may park in the lot on Alabama Avenue adjacent to the stadium; however, space is limited and parking will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis as players, coaches, game day staff and season-ticket holders also park in this lot. Additional parking is available in the lot across Tech Drive adjacent to the Lady Techster Softball Complex.

Interview Policy: All player and coach interview requests must be directed through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Reporters should submit interview requests at least 24 hours in advance by either calling Staton at 254-723-4606, or by e-mailing him at astaton@latech.edu. It is NEVER permissible for media members to call student-athletes directly on their home phones or cell phones. Practices are open to the public, but reporters wishing to interview players before or after practice should contact Staton at least 24 hours in advance.

Radio: Visiting radio crews are welcome at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park. One courtesy broadcast line will be provided in the press box for offi cial stations. Space is limited, so we ask that broadcasting crews be limited to two air persons and one technician. Please direct all questions to Staton at 254.723.4606.

Field Access Policy: Members of the media are not allowed to shoot footage, photos, etc. from inside or directly next to the LA Tech dugout on the fi eld. Instead, members are more than welcome to shoot from the camera area near the opposing team’s dugout, the area behind the fence between the Bulldogs’ dugout and our bullpen (not the bullpen itself) and from the stands. When the baseball team is on the road, the policy regarding the media’s access near the Bulldogs’ dugout will remain in effect.

Post-Game Procedures: A full NCAA box score will be provided at the end of each game. Staton will serve as the official scorer for all home games. Head Coach Wade Simoneaux will be available for all media on the field approximately 10 minutes after the conclusion of the game. Player interviews will also be done on the field after the cooling-off period. Contact Staton by the beginning of the final inning to make arrangements for these interviews.

Follow Via Social Media: Stay up to date with the latest news and notes by following Louisiana Tech baseball on two areas of social media -- twitter and facebook. Follow baseball contact Austin Staton on Twitter (@ LATechAStaton) Follow Tech Athletics on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/LATechAthletics)

Web Coverage: Louisiana Tech’s official athletics web page, LATechSports.com, has up-to-date information on all of Tech’s varsity programs. The site is maintained by the Athletics Media Relations Office through CBS Sports Weekly releases, updated statistics, rosters, schedules, and photos

Primary Media The Ruston Daily Leader O.K. “Buddy” Davis 208 W. Park Ave. Ruston, LA 71270 318-255-4353 318-255-4006 (Fax)

The News-Star Ethan Conley 411 North 4th St. Monroe, LA 71210 318-362-0267 318-362-0279 (Fax)

The Shreveport Times Jimmy Watson P.O. Box 30222 Shreveport, LA 71130 1-800-462-6436 318-459-3301 (Fax)

The Town Talk Bob Tompkins P.O. Box 7558 Alexandria, LA 71306 318-487-6351 318-487-6315 (Fax)

The Times-Picayune Doug Tatum 3800 Howard Ave. New Orleans, LA 70140 504-826-3402 318-826-3401 (Fax)

The Morning Advocate Butch Muir 525 Lafayette St. Baton Rouge, LA 70821 225-383-1111 225-388-0318 (Fax)

El Dorado News-Times Tony Burns P.O. Box 119 El Dorado, AR 71730 870-862-6611 870-862-5226 (Fax)

The Tech Talk Sports Editor P.O. Box 10258 Ruston, LA 71272 318-257-4946 318-257-4558 (Fax)

KNOE-TV (CBS) Aaron Dietrich P.O. Box 4067 Monroe, LA 71211 318-388-8888 318-325-3405 (Fax)

KTVE-TV/KARD-TV (NBC) Gene Ponti 200 Pavilion Road West Monroe, LA 71292 318-323-1972 318-807-0588 (Fax)

KTAL-TV (NBC) Brandon Dunn 3150 North Market St. Shreveport, LA 71107 318-629-6000 318-425-2488 (Fax)

KSLA-TV (CBS) Mike Dirmann 1812 Fairfield Shreveport, LA 71101 318-222-1212 318-677-6705 (Fax)

KTBS-TV (ABC) Tim Fletcher 312 E. Kings Hwy. Shreveport, LA 71104 318-861-5880 318-862-9431 (Fax)

KXKZ-FM Sean Fox P.O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71273 318-255-5000 318-255-5084 (Fax)

KLPI-FM Sports/News Director Louisiana Tech Univ. Ruston, LA 71272 318-257-3697 318-257-5073 (Fax)

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Media Credentials: Passes for Louisiana Tech baseball games are limited to the working media only. Only authorized personnel will be admitted to the press box. Space is limited, so please contact Austin Staton in the Louisiana Tech Media Relations Office for credentials. Requests should be made well in advance due to the limited space. Passes not picked up at the Media Relations Office or received by mail will be left at the

Phone/Internet: Louisiana Tech will provide three phone lines in the J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park Press Box, one for each team’s radio and one for phone calls. A fax machine will be available in the Media Relations Offi ce approximately 20 minutes after the game’s conclusion. Wireless internet access is also available in the press box.


2011 SEASON OUTLOOK

INFIELD The Bulldogs return five players who started at least 24 games in the infield last season. Entering the season, the corner infield positions appear to be the most set in stone as juniors Mark Threlkeld and Alex Williams will anchor the corners. As a returning first team all-WAC performer, Threlkeld will start the season at the hot corner for the Bulldogs. After a breakout sophomore season that saw the Monroe native belt 14 home runs while driving in a team-high 62 runs, the slugger is expected to fill a role in the heart of the Tech batting order. After a strong summer in the Northwoods League followed by an impressive Fall World Series that saw Threlkeld drive in 13 runs, hit three home runs and total 12 hits for a .429 average, the junior was named preseason all-WAC by both Baseball America and Perfect Game USA. According to Baseball America, Threlkeld ranks as the third-best draft-eligible prospect in the WAC while Perfect Game tabbed him as the 3B • MARK THRELKELD fourth-best prospect in

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With each spring comes a new beginning. For the Louisiana Tech baseball program, this spring marks the beginning of an opportunity to contend for a conference championship and a slot within an NCAA Regional. The Bulldogs welcome back 20 letterwinners and seven position starters from a 2010 squad that finished 27-30 while shattering four school records for hits (697), runs (484), doubles (141) and RBI (441). Of the returning starters, four were named all-WAC performers last season highlighted by first team selection, Mark Threlkeld. “I like our experience that we have coming back,” said ninthyear head coach Wade Simoneaux. “Not only with the 20 lettermen returning, but we also have some guys that were injured that didn’t even get to play last season that are going to come back and help us immensely.” In total, seven position starters and seven pitchers that saw at least 15.0 innings of work last season return in what is one of the more veteran lineups within the conference. With five seniors on the squad, coach Simoneaux likes the Bulldogs’ chances for the upcoming season. “I like our veterans that we have in our lineup, and I like the veterans that we have coming back on the mound,” said Simoneaux. “We have some really good freshmen that came in and will have to be patient so that we can find them a spot to give them all a taste of college baseball. The team will be ready to compete. They will be in the best shape of their life when the season starts and they’ll be ready to go.”

the conference. Opposite of Threlkeld on the diamond is 2010 second team all-WAC selection, Alex Williams. As Tech’s first basemen last season Williams hit .343 while tallying 74 hits, 17 doubles and 11 home runs. Defensively, Williams had a .982 fielding percentage last season which ranked second on the team amongst everyday position players. The 6’6 lefty projects to fill a slot in the middle of the batting lineup for Tech. Defensively, the biggest question mark rests with the middle infield. Last year the two positions combined to yield 35 of Tech’s 92 errors on the season. Sophomore Taylor Terrasas is projected as the opening day second basemen after seeing time at short during the Fall World Series. Last season Terrasas started 24 games as a freshman and hit .360 with 15 RBI and 15 runs scored. A native of Santa Fe, Texas, Terrasas totaled eight errors last season in 82 chances for a .902 fielding percentage. His numbers during the fall were consistent with his production last season. With perhaps one of the strongest arms in the infield, junior Ashton Hughes is expected to start at shortstop. Offensively, the left-handed hitter had 41 hits and 30 RBI last season to hit at a .320 clip. Despite his strong arm and quick bat, the biggest question mark for Hughes remains with his glove as he committed a team-high 21 errors last season in just 153 chances. Joey Ford who started 48 games at second base last season is expected to see a majority of his playing time at center field while playing spot duty at second. Freshman Ryan Gebhardt, a native of Monroe, La., has come on strong during fall and winter workouts and is expected to contribute as a key reserve in the middle infield. OUTFIELD With the departure of All-American Devon Dageford and Clint Stubbs, Louisiana Tech will feature a new look outfield this season. Junior Kyle Roliard is the lone returning starter for Tech and is projected to begin the season at left field. Last season the native of Spring, Texas, led the team with a .988 fielding percentage as he only committed one error and his eight assists marked the most by an outfielder. Offensively, the lefty scored 59 runs, had 76 hits, 16 doubles and 30 RBI while hitting boasting a .330 batting average. As a second team all-WAC performer at second base last season, senior Joey Ford began to make the transition to center field during the Fall World Series and has continued the transition throughout spring practice. On the offensive front, there is no question to Ford’s abilities as he is Tech’s best returning hitter after turning in a .371 batting average last season. In addition, Ford had 79 hits, 14 doubles, three home runs and 48 RBI. The fifth-year senior committed just four errors last season and ranked second on the team with a .982 fielding percentage. Rounding out the outfield starters will be senior Will Alvis in right. Last season Alvis hit 13 home runs, 11 doubles and drove in 41 runs while hitting .308. During the Fall World Series, the senior hit .522 and drove in seven runs while belting four home runs. Defensively, Alvis was flawless in 16 chances in right field during the Fall World Series.

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Although he is projected as the starting DH, junior Justin Gordey will factor into the outfield rotation this season. The Bossier City native shared center field duties as he played in 38 games while starting 19 in the outfield last season. During conference play Gordey batted an incredible .486 in 16 games played with 2B/CF • JOEY FORD nine of his 16 RBI coming against conference foes. Defensively, Gordey committed just one error last season. During the Fall World Series Gordey spent his time leading off for the Blue Team. With a .586 on-base percentage, Gordey had 12 hits including three doubles and one home run. More importantly, he was patient at the plate as he drew five walks. What cannot be overlooked was his effectiveness on the base paths. With the new bats this season, speed is key and Gordey provides that. With his position at the top of the lineup and his ability to reach base at a high percentage, it will only for guys like Threlkeld, Ewing and Alvis to drive him in.

PITCHERS Counteracting the stout offensive numbers that were put up last season was a pitching staff that allowed 625 hits, 71 home runs, 283 walks with a staff ERA of 7.33 while allowing opposing batters to hit at a .315 clip. However, a total of seven scholarship arms missed significant time last season due to injury. Because of the setbacks, a total of 17 Bulldogs saw action on the mound with nine pitching 15.0-plus innings. Of those 17 pitchers, 11 are expected to be significant contributors for the 2011 season. At the front of the rotation sits sophomore Trevor Petersen who was named by Perfect Game USA as the third-ranked prospect in the WAC in the 2012 draft class. Last season the 6’2 righty posted a team-high five wins. Statistically, Petersen posted a 6.81 ERA, 28 BB and 42 K in 72.2 innings of work. Filling in as the number two starter for the Bulldogs is Mike LHP • MIKE JEFFERSON Jefferson. Selected by the New York Mets in the 46th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, Jefferson ranks as the seventh-best draft-eligible prospect in the WAC by Perfect Game USA. The lefty turned in four wins last season, including one complete game, and his 69 strikeouts was a teamhigh. However, Jefferson was hindered by his team-high 59 walks. During the Fall World Series, Jefferson flashed his potential as he significantly cut down on his walks. Rounding out the back end of the starting rotation will be a pair of arms who are returning from injury; Jeb Stefan and Graham Meyers. In terms of the bullpen, Caleb Dudley and Will Alvis will anchor down the back end of games for Tech this season. Last season Dudley made 23 relief appearances and he notched a team-high two saves in 52.2 innings of work while striking out 36 batters. Alvis saw action on the mound late and the season and became a guy who consistently threw strikes as he fanned 25 batters in 25.2 innings of work. During the fall, Mike LeBreton and Josh Barrett had a combined 4-0 record with a 2.74 ERA allowing only seven runs while

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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK

CATCHER Anchoring the backstop this season is senior catcher and 2010 ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-American third team honoree, Clint Ewing. Entering the season, Baseball America and Perfect Game USA tabbed the senior standout as preseason all-WAC. As a three-year letterman, Ewing will command the Tech pitching staff while providing a spark in the middle of the Tech lineup. Defensively, Ewing started 51 games behind the plate last season while throwing out 16 base runners. In terms of offense, he ranked third on the team in batting average (.350), second in slugging percentage (.605), third in RBI (49) and fourth in home runs (11). Providing relief for Ewing late in games and during double headers will be a pair of talented freshman. With the addition of volunteer assistant C • CLINT EWING coach Brent Porche

tutoring the backstops, true-freshman Tyler Qualls is expected to see significant playing time with Jacob Derouen filling in as the third catcher. “(Tyler Qualls) is going to be right there with Ewing catching and sharing time,” said Simoneaux. “Tyler has really stepped in and shown some tremendous skills behind the plate and has done a good job behind the plate and offensively.”


fanning nine batters in 23.0 innings of work. Both are expected to be significant contributors out of the pen and during midweek series. Also factoring into the bullpen will be sophomore Dan Breazeale who is making the transition from a dual player to a pitcher only. Referred to by pitching coach Brian Rountree as a “Bulldog”, Breazeale is expected to see key innings on the mound in addition to transfer Jamie Gilley and freshman Marc Picciola. If the Tech arms can cut down on walks, this season can be special. “It’s good to have experience. We are capable of having four or five guys make all-conference again this season,” said Simoneaux. “The freshmen have showed me that they are tough enough to compete. They are going out there every day and they are holding their own. We have eight to 10 freshmen that could be in the mix either on the mound, on defense or offensively. I am looking forward to seeing those kids develop.”

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SCHEDULE The 57-game regular season schedule features 31 games at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in addition to 14 games against four teams that played in the 2010 NCAA Tournament. “We really worked hard to get more home games on our schedule because this team was at a slight disadvantage the last couple of years playing more road games,” said the ninth-year head coach. “We tried to really build our home schedule to help give them that confidence going into conference play.” The 2011 slate will pit the Bulldogs against teams that have a combined 17 College World Series appearances and two College World Series titles. The Bulldogs will open the 2011 campaign Feb. 18-20 as Southern Illinois, Nicholls State and Grambling State visit Ruston to take part in the Louisiana Tech Classic. Following a midweek game with UALR, Tech will hit the road for their first weekend series as the Bulldogs travel to Lake Charles for a three-game set with McNeese State to close out the month of February. Tech opens the month of March with a midweek game at UALR before hosting Middle Tennessee State (March 4-6). On March 8 the Bulldogs will travel down the road and square off with Grambling State. The highlight of the 2011 non-conference schedule will put the Bulldogs up against two perennial powers from the state of Texas - Baylor and Rice. After splitting a pair of midweek games last season against the Bears, Tech will travel to Baylor this season for a four-game weekend series before travelling to Houston for a three-game set against national power Rice. A midweek game at UT Arlington is sandwiched between both weekend series. The Mavericks will make a return trip to Ruston on May 3. The Bulldogs will host Alcorn State (March 22), Texas-Pan American (March 25-27), LSU-Shreveport (April 2-3) and Northwestern State (April 5) before opening up play against the Western Athletic Conference. “Anytime you go to Texas you are in for a fight no matter who you are playing because all of those teams are accustomed to good baseball,” said Simoneaux. “The two road series against

Baylor and Rice will help prepare our team for what is coming up in conference. Conference play is never easy with the four-game weekend series which is always tough on our guys. We have to find teams that are going to make us tougher than we already are. I think we have that in our schedule.” Tech opens conference play by hosting New Mexico State (April 8-10) before embarking on a seven-game road trip out west to face Hawai’i (April 15-18) and San Jose State (April 21-23). Simoneaux’s squad will step out of conference play with a pair of midweek games against Grambling State (April 26) and Northwestern State (April 27) before hosting Nevada to close out the month. The annual Battle of the Bone series will commence May 6-8 as Tech plays host to Fresno State before wrapping up the 2011 home schedule with a doubleheader against Mississippi Valley State. Louisiana Tech will conclude regular season play May 20-22 at Sacramento State. “One thing about our conference schedule is that three of the toughest places to play - Fresno State, Nevada and New Mexico State - are all coming to us this year,” said Simoneaux. “Those are three tough places to play at and win. Last season we only won three of those 12 games on the road so that’s a big difference in your conference standings when you are a typically better at home.”

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HIGH SCHOOL

WILL ALVIS

Lettered four years for coach Shawn Mixon at Jasper High School...Named district MVP as a sophomore...Named first team all-district and first team Super Gold as a sophomore, junior and senior...Also named all-sectional his senior year... His 2003 and 2005 teams were district champions and his 2004 team was a regional finalist...Lettered three years in football... Played four years of summer ball with the Columbia Angels in Houston, Texas under coach Clay Hill.

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OF/RHP | R/R | 6-1 | 215 | Sr. -1L Jasper, Texas (Sam Houston State) 2010 (RS JUNIOR)

Started 49 games while playing in 52 with the majority of the starts coming at the designated hitter position with eight starts at catcher...Tallied three-plus hits on three occasions while having 13 multi-hit games…First career home run at Tech came against McNeese State (2/27)...Had two multi home run games (2) vs. McNeese (2/27) and vs. Hawai’i (4/24)...First career grand slam vs. Sacramento State (5/8)...Career high five RBI vs. Hawai’i (4/24)...Recorded one RBI at No. 10 Arkansas (5/11)...Launched a solo homerun at No. 1 Texas (5/16)...Made 17 appearances on the mound all in relief...Recorded a career high five strikeouts in 2.2 innings while also earning his first career win vs. Sacramento State (5/7)...Picked up his first career save after throwing 3.0 innings in relief vs. SJSU (4/11).

PERSONAL

Full name is William Allen Alvis...Son of David and Rachel Alvis...Has one sister, Jessica and one brother, Sam...Three of his relatives played for MLB clubs, while one played at Tech: Max Alvis (Cleveland Indians), David Alvis (ULL and Cleveland Indians) and Richie LeBlanc (LA Tech and Kansas City Royals)... Majoring in marketing...Born July 3, 1988, in Jasper, Texas. 31 CAREER HIGHS

2009 (JUNIOR)

Sat out the 2009 season to satisfy NCAA transfer rules. 2008 (SOPHOMORE/SHSU)

Appeared in two games...Recorded two at-bats and scored a run...Helped lead team to Southland Conference Championship.

PITCHING Innings: 3.0 vs. San Jose State (4/11/10) 2007 (FRESHMAN/SHSU) Long Start: none Short Start: none Played in 11 games, started one...Recorded seven hits in 15 Long Relief: 3.0 vs. San Jose State (4/11/10) at-bats, good for a .467 batting average...Hit one home run and Hits Allowed: 6 at New Mexico State (5/2/10) registered four RBI on the season...Helped lead team to SouthRuns Allowed: 8 at New Mexico State (5/2/10) land Conference Championship. Earned Runs Allowed: 8 at New Mexico State (5/2/10) Walks: 4 at Nevada (5/21/10) 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Strikeouts: 5 vs. Sacramento State (5/7/10) Individual Career History Home Runs Allowed: 2 vs. Sacramento State (5/7/2010) Wild Pitches: 1, four times Hit Batsmen: 1, twice; last at Nevada (5/23/10) CAREER STATISTICS Year

2010 TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

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Alvis, Will

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.308 52-49 .308 52-49

172 172

42 42

53 53

11 11

0 0

13 13

41 103 41 103

.599 .599

27 27

6 6

37 37

2 2

.420 .420

0 0

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

0-1 0-1

57 57

8 8

3 3

.956 .956

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

8.77 8.77

1-3 1-3

17 17

0 0

0 0

0/1 0/1

1 1

25.2 25.2

38 38

29 29

25 25

11 11

25 25

7 7

0 0

6 6

129 129

.339 .339

4 4

2 2

1 1

3 3

1 1

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BATTING Runs: 3, twice; last McNeese State (2/27/10) Hits: 4 vs. Grambling State (3/23/10) Doubles: 2 vs. Grambling State (3/23/10) Triples: none Home Runs: 2, twice; last vs. Hawai’i (4/24/10) RBI: 5 vs. Hawai’i (4/24/10) Total Bases: 9 vs. McNeese State (2/27/10) Walks: 3 at Grambling State (2/23/10) Stolen Bases: none Hitting Streak: 12 games (20-for-46, .435; 2/19/10 - 3/14/10)


JOSH BARRETT

CAREER HIGHS

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Innings: 7.1 at Central Arkansas (3/17/10) Long Start: 7.1 at Central Arkansas (3/17/10) Short Start: 1.0 at Fresno State (4/17/10) Long Relief: 4.0 at New Mexico (3/13/10) Hits Allowed: 9 vs. San Jose State (4/10/10) Runs Allowed: 11 at Nevada (5/22/10) Earned Runs Allowed: 8 at Nevada (5/22/10) Walks: 4 at Central Arkansas (3/17/10) Strikeouts: 3, three times Home Runs Allowed: 3 at Fresno State (4/17/10) Wild Pitches: 3, twice; last at Baylor (3/9/10) Hit Batsmen: 1, four times

RHP | R/R | 6-0 | 180 | Sr. -1L Spring, Texas (McLennan CC) 2010 (JUNIOR)

Made 17 appearances on the mound mainly in relief until injuries to the pitching staff forced him into a starting role as he made nine starts...In his first career start he allowed just one run off of three hits in 7.1 innings of work at UCA (3/17)... Earned his first career win in his next start as he threw a 2.0 shutout innings in a scripted start vs. Grambling State (3/23)... Allowed just one run in five innings of work in a win over Texas Wesleyan (4/3).

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2009 (McLENNAN)

Lettered one year at McLennan Community College under coach Pete Mejia...Appeared in 22 games...Was 2-4 with two saves, a 3.63 ERA and 55 strikeouts...Had fewest walks in region...Appeared in the Texas-New Mexico Junior College AllStar Game. HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered two years at Spring High School under coach Doug Rush...Won first team all-district senior year and second team all-district junior year...Participated in the Houston Area AllStar Game. PERSONAL

Full name is Joshua Michael Barrett...Son of Mike and Cheryl 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Barrett...Has two sisters, Jenna and Shelly...Goes by Josh...Career History Individual Born February 22, 1989 in Houston, Texas...Major is sociology. Barrett, Josh Year

2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

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ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

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bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

.000 1-0 STATISTICS .000 1-0

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0

4 4

4 4

0 1.000 0 1.000

fld%

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

8.19 8.19

3-4 3-4

17 17

9 9

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 0

48.1 48.1

70 70

54 54

44 44

22 22

25 25

19 19

3 3

7 7

236 236

.343 .343

9 9

5 5

0 0

3 3

2 2

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DAN BREAZEALE

Son of Keith and Sheila Breazeale...Has one brother, Josh and one sister, Julie...Father, Keith played basketball for four years at Louisiana College...Mother, Sheila also played basketball for four years at Louisiana College...Scored a 29 on his ACT... Majoring in kinesiology...Born Aug. 20, 1989, in Alexandria, La.

RHP | S/R | 6-0 | 195 | Rs-So. -1L Alexandria, La. (Alexandria HS) 2010 (RS FRESHMAN)

Appeared in 27 games with eight starts at second base...After a number of injuries to the pitching staff the right-hander stepped up as a valuable relief pitcher as well making 10 appearances out of the bullpen...Went 3-for-3 with three RBI at Grambling (2/23)...Struck out 14 batters in 15 innings of relief work...Picked up his first career win after pitching 3.1 scoreless innings in relief vs. Hawai’i and recorded a career high four strikeouts in the process (4/25).

CAREER HIGHS

2009 (FRESHMAN)

Redshirt Season HIGH SCHOOL

PITCHING Innings: 3.1, twice; last at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Long Start: none Short Start: none Long Relief: 3.1, twice; last at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Hits Allowed: 4 at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Runs Allowed: 3, twice; last at Nevada (5/23/10) Earned Runs Allowed: 3 vs. Central Arkansas (5/18/10) Walks: 3 at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Strikeouts: 4 vs. Hawai’i (4/25/10) Home Runs Allowed: none Wild Pitches: 2, twice; last at Nevada (5/23/10) Hit Batsmen: 1 vs. LSU-Shreveport (4/6/10)

Started and lettered four years at Alexandria Senior High School for coach Daniel Tomlin...Helped the team win the District 3-4A Title in 2006, 2007 and 2008...Named first team all-district all four seasons, all-state honorable mention as a pitcher in 2006 and first-team all-state in 2007 and 2008...As a senior, he was named an Academic All-American and a Preseason Under Armour All-American...Also as a senior, he participated in a high school all-star game and was named team MVP...Batted .415 and slugged 18 home runs in his high school career...Went 5-2 as a pitcher...In three seasons, he pitched 96 innings and struck out 147 batters...Played three years of summer ball with the Louisiana All-Stars for coach Chris Counts... Member of National Honor Society...Academically, he finished in the top ten percent of his class...Served on the royalty court.

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CAREER STATISTICS Year

2010 TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

Breazeale, Dan

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

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sf sh

.262 .262

27-8 27-8

42 42

8 8

11 11

1 1

0 0

0 0

8 8

12 12

.286 .286

2 2

3 3

3 3

2 2

.333 .333

1 1

1 1

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po

a

e

fld%

3-3 3-3

20 20

33 33

2 2

.964 .964

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gs

cg

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sv

ip

h

r

er

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so

2b

3b

hr

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hbp

bk

sfa

sha

5.40 5.40

1-0 1-0

10 10

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 0

15.0 15.0

17 17

10 10

9 9

9 9

14 14

3 3

0 0

0 0

73 73

.283 .283

4 4

1 1

0 0

2 2

1 1

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BATTING Runs: 1, eight times Hits: 3 vs. Grambling State (3/23/10) Doubles: 1 vs. Grambling State (3/23/10) Triples: none Home Runs: none RBI: 3 at Grambling State (2/23/10) Total Bases: 4 at Grambling State (2/23/10) Walks: 1, twice; last at Texas (5/16/10) Stolen Bases: 1, three times Hitting Streak: 4 games (6-for-11, .545; 2/20/10 - 2/27/10)


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CALEB DUDLEY

CAREER HIGHS

Innings: 5.1 at UTPA (3/6/10) Long Start: none Short Start: none Long Relief: 5.1 at UTPA (3/6/10) Hits Allowed: 8 at Texas (5/16/10) Runs Allowed: 6 at Texas (5/16/10) Earned Runs Allowed: 5, twice; last vs. Hawai’i (4/24/10) Walks: 3 at New Mexico State (4/30/10) Strikeouts: 5, twice; last at Nevada (5/21/10) Home Runs Allowed: 2 at Texas (5/16/10) Wild Pitches: 2 at Nevada (5/21/10) Hit Batsmen: 1, seven times

RHP | R/R | 6-0 | 170 | So. -1L Texarkana, Texas (Texas HS) 2010 (FRESHMAN)

As a freshman led the team with 23 appearances, all out of the bullpen...Led the team in saves with two...Pitched 5.1 scoreless innings in relief at UTPA to pick up his first career win... Threw 1.2 scoreless innings out of the pen against Southern Miss. to earn his second career win...Notched his first career save after throwing the final 3.1 innings and striking out four at Fresno State (4/17)... Recorded a career high five strikeouts in his third win of the season after pitching 3.1 innings in relief at Nevada (5/21). 34

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HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered all four years while at Texas High...Named 13-4A alldistrict as a pitcher his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... Named all-area shortstop as a junior and senior...Earned allstate honors as a senior in 2009...Posted an 0.80 ERA his senior season...Helped the Tigers to three straight district championships as well as winning the Texas 4A State Championship as a senior...Four year letterwinner as a cornerback for football as well...President of senior class. PERSONAL

Son of Curtis Dudley and Nakina Steitler...Has two brothers, Garrett Dudley and Destin Steitler...Has two sisters Madison Dudley and Torie Steitler...Two time Mutton Bustin’ Champion (1995 & 1996)...Born in Texarkana, Texas on January 2, 1991.. Major is Biology 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

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2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

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ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

.000 0-0 STATISTICS .000 0-0

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0

2 2

9 9

0 1.000 0 1.000

fld%

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

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sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

6.49 6.49

3-3 3-3

23 23

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

2 2

52.2 52.2

80 80

46 46

38 38

22 22

36 36

10 10

4 4

5 5

261 261

.354 .354

7 7

7 7

0 0

2 2

2 2

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CLINT EWING

Lettered three years for coach Ronnie Coker at Captain Shreve High School in Shreveport, La...Named 2-5A Honorable Mention as a sophomore...Earned first team all-district honors as a junior and a senior...Named first team all-state as a senior... Helped lead the Gators to three district titles from 2005-2007, and also the 2006 Class 4A State Championship...Batted .371 as a senior with three home runs...Played two years of summer ball for the Gametime Academy Angels in Bossier City, La... Batted .458 with four home runs in 2007.

C | R/R | 6-2 | 225 | Sr. -3L Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) 2010 (JUNIOR)

A rock at the catcher position starting 51 games while playing in 53...Second team all-WAC...ESPN The Magazine’s Academic all-American third team...Academic all-District VI first team... Hit the first ever homerun at Twin’s new Target Field in a 9-1 win over Minnesota... Recorded two RBI in a 10-9 loss to No. 1 Texas (5/16)...Helped LA Tech team shatter school records for single season hits, runs, doubles and RBI.

PERSONAL

Full name is David Clinton Ewing...Son of David and Susan Ewing...His grandfather, Luther Ewing is an alumnus of Louisiana Tech...Majoring in civil engineering...Born March 14, 1989, in Shreveport.

2009 (SOPHOMORE)

CAREER HIGHS

2008 (FRESHMAN)

Appeared in 18 games, started 11 at the catcher position...Hit his first career home run, a grand slam, in game one at Fresno State (4/12)...Had a three-game hitting streak (4/27-5/2)...During the streak, he connected on a walk-off three-run home run vs. Hawaii to help the Bulldogs prevail, 10-9 (4/27)...Recorded his first stolen base of his college career in a 9-3 win vs. Nevada (5/2). 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

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CAREER STATISTICS Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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gp-gs

.222 .288 .350 .318

18-11 36-29 53-51 107-91

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r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

27 104 177 308

4 21 48 73

6 30 62 98

0 4 12 16

0 0 0 0

2 8 11 21

8 12 29 58 49 107 86 177

.444 .558 .605 .575

1 7 14 22

4 3 8 15

8 17 20 45

1 3 3 7

.344 .345 .414 .385

0 2 4 6

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po

a

e

fld%

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

59 193 278 530

10 23 39 72

4 1 9 14

.945 .995 .972 .977

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Runs: 3 vs. Grambling State (2/20/09) Hits: 3, four times Doubles: 2 at New Mexico State (5/2/10) Triples: none Home Runs: 1, 21 times RBI: 4, three times Total Bases: 6, twice; last vs. San Jose State (4/10/10) Walks: 2, three times Stolen Bases: 1, three times Hitting Streak: 10 games (17-for-36, .472; 4/2/10 - 4/18/10)

Named Academic all-WAC...Played in 36 games, while starting 29...All but three starts were at the catcher position...Hit a solo home run in his second at-bat of the season against Grambling State (2/20)...Totaled three RBI in Tech’s 17-5 win in game two of its doubleheader over Fresno State (4/18)...Hit a grand slam, his second of his career, at Sacramento State (4/25)...Delivered a three-run walk-off home run in Tech’s opening game of the WAC Tournament against Hawai’i (5/21)...Went 3-for-6 in the tournament with two runs scored, four RBI and two home runs (5/21-5/23)...Committed only one error on the season... Came during the season finale versus San Jose State (5/23)... Finished with a .995 fielding percentage.


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JOEY FORD

PERSONAL

Full name is Joseph Grant Ford...Goes by Joey...Son of Charles Ford and Gayla Easom...Has two brothers, Christopher and Cameron and two sisters, Caroline and Chloe...Majoring in accounting...Born Dec. 17, 1987, in Bossier City, La.

INF/OF | R/R | 5-9 | 175 | Rs-Sr. -1L Bossier City, La. (Bossier Parish CC) 2010 (RS JUNIOR)

CAREER HIGHS

Made 48 starts at second base and seven starts in the outfield...Named second team all-WAC...Hit his first career grand slam in a win at Baylor (3/3)...Recorded two hits in the same inning three times vs. Hawaii (4/25), vs. Sac St. (5/7) and vs. Sac St. (5/8)...Career-high six RBI at Grambling (2/23)... Careerhigh five hits at New Mexico (3/13)...First career homerun at Grambling (2/23)...Recorded two RBI in a 10-9 loss to No. 1 Texas (5/16).

Runs: 3, twice; last vs. Sacramento State (5/7/10) Hits: 5 at New Mexico (3/13/10) Doubles: 2 vs. Sacramento State (5/7/10) Triples: none Home Runs: 1, three times RBI: 6 at Grambling State (2/23/10) Total Bases: 6 at Grambling State (2/23/10) Walks: 2, twice; last at Fresno State (4/17/10) Stolen Bases: 1, three times Hitting Streak: 11 games (21-for-43, .488; 3/9/10 - 3/27/10)

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2009 (JUNIOR)

Played in 14 games, while starting one before suffering an injury and receiving a medical redshirt... his first action at Tech as a pinch runner in the season opener against Grambling State (2/20)...Recorded his first hit of his Bulldog career one game later at Grambling State (2/21)...Went 1-for-1 with a run scored and an RBI in Tech’s 9-8 win at Northwestern State (2/25)... Saw action against Houston Baptist (3/22). BOSSIER PARISH CC

Lettered his sophomore season and was named all-conference under coach Aaron Vorachek. HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered three years under coach Toby Todd at Airline High School...Named all-district as a senior in 2006...Helped lead team to a district championship in 2005 and 2006...Played one year of summer ball for the Shreveport Muckdogs coach 2011under Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History Chris Bertrand.

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

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gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.250 14-1 .371 55-55 .364 69-56

12 213 225

4 38 42

3 79 82

0 14 14

0 0 0

0 3 3

1 3 48 102 49 105

.250 .479 .467

2 15 17

0 2 2

0 24 24

0 6 6

.357 .414 .411

0 2 2

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1-1 2-4 3-5

po

a

9 0 106 117 115 117

e

fld%

0 1.000 4 .982 4 .983


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JUSTIN GORDEY

2009 (RS FRESHMAN)

Played in 20 games while starting nine...Reached base in his first seven games of the season...Totaled his first collegiate hit, a single, in game one of Tech’s doubleheader at McNeese State (2/28)...Went on to total a five-game hitting streak during the stretch, his longest of his career (2/28-3/10)...Beat out a run-scoring infield single in the series finale at Hawai’i to give his team a one-run lead in the ninth inning...Tech went on to win by one, 8-7 (5/3)...Played summer league ball for the Liberal Bee Jays...Earned first team all-Jayhawk League and National Baseball Congress World Series all-American honors.

OF | R/R | 6-2 | 190 | Rs-Jr. - 2L Bossier City, La. (Airline HS) 2010 (RS SOPHOMORE)

Shared center field duties as he played in 38 games while starting 19 in the outfield...Launched his first career homerun, a solo shot, at UTPA (3/7)... Hit an incredible .486 in WAC play in 16 games played...Nine of 16 RBI came against conference opponents.

2008 (FRESHMAN)

Redshirt Season HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

Son of Jim and Connie Gordey...Has one sister, Kristen...Majoring in kinesiology...Born July 30, 1988, in Bossier City, La. CAREER HIGHS

Runs: 2, four times Hits: 3 vs. San Jose State (4/11/10) Doubles: 1, five times Triples: 1 at Arkansas (5/11/10) Home Runs: 1, twice; last at New Mexico State (5/1/10) RBI: 2, three times 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Total Bases: 5 at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Individual Career History Walks: 1, five times Stolen Bases: 1, four times Hitting Streak: 6 games (7-for-14, .500; 5/1/10 - 5/11/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

Gordey, Justin

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.200 20-9 .365 38-19 .308 58-28

45 85 130

8 15 23

9 31 40

0 5 5

0 1 1

0 2 2

2 16 18

9 44 53

.200 .518 .408

4 4 8

1 0 1

10 26 36

1 1 2

.280 .385 .348

0 2 2

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po

a

e

1-1 3-3 4-4

24 30 54

0 0 0

0 1.000 1 .968 1 .982

fld%

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Lettered three seasons for Airline High School under coach Toby Todd...Named honorable mention all-district as a sophomore...Named first-team all-district as a junior and a senior... Earned all-city and all-state honors as a senior...Helped lead the Vikings to district championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and a berth in the state quarterfinals in 2007...Also played football for three years as a wide receiver...Member of National Honor Society...Played two years for the Gametime Academy Angels and one year for the Bossier City Cyclones in summer ball, winning a state title with the Cyclones in 2007.


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AUSTIN HEDGES

PERSONAL

Son of Doug and Lisa Hedges...Has one brother Jared and one sister Katelyn...Grandfather is legendary Louisiana high school football coach Lee Hedges who also played football and baseball for LSU...Born May 31, 1990 in Shreveport,La... Major is Construction Engineering Technology.

INF | R/R | 5-9 | 195 | Rs-So. -1L Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) 2010 (RS FRESHMAN)

CAREER HIGHS

Appeared in nine games primarily as a pinch hitter and second baseman...First career hit came vs. Alcorn State (2/20).

Runs: 1, twice; last at New Mexico State (5/2/10) Hits: 1, twice; last at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Doubles: none Triples: none Home Runs: none RBI: none Total Bases: 1, twice; last at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Walks: none Stolen Bases: none Hitting Streak: none

2009 (FRESHMAN)

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Lettered three years at Captain Shreve HS in Shreveport, La... Played with teammates John Anderson and Clint Ewing while at Shreve...Was named second team all-district as a sophomore in 2006 while helping the Gators win the 4A Louisiana State Championship...Earned first team all-district 1-4A and all-state honorable mention as a junior as the Gators were Louisiana 4A state runner-ups...Named first team all-district 1-5A, all-city and all-state honorable mention as a senior...As a senior batted .442 with 62 hits, two of which were home runs, five triples and 11 doubles...Also recorded 28 stolen bases and scored 51 runs...Holds the Captain Shreve single season school records in hits (62), stolen bases (30), triples (5) and runs scored (55)...Member of 2005 and 2006 American Legion State Championship teams...His 2006 American Legion team was regional runner-up...Member of National Honor Society.

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CAREER STATISTICS Year

2010 TOTAL

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ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.250 .250

9-0 9-0

8 8

2 2

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 2

.250 .250

0 0

0 0

1 1

0 0

.250 .250

0 0

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e

0-0 0-0

1 1

1 1

0 1.000 0 1.000

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ASHTON HUGHES

2009 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 32 games, while starting 15...His 15 starts came at the shortstop position...Collected his first collegiate hit and scored a run against Grambling State (2/22)...Received his first start the following game and hit a three-run home run at Northwestern State (2/25)...Went 2-for-2 with a double and a home run in the second game of Tech’s doubleheader against Nevada (4/4)...Helped his team sweep the defending National Champion Fresno State by hitting a solo home run and scoring twice in the series finale (4/19).

INF | L/R | 5-7 | 160 | Jr. - 2L Monroe, La. (Neville HS) 2010 (SOPHOMORE)

Appeared in 50 games with 36 starts at shortstop...Totaled 30 RBI on the year...Lone home run of the season came against UTPA (3/7)...Tallied four RBI at UTPA (3/7)...Went 2-for-2 with three RBI vs. Sac. St. (5/7).

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered one season at Neville High School under coach Tim O’Neal...Lettered three seasons at Sterlington High School before transferring to Neville...In 2005 at Sterlington, he was a member of the baseball team that won their district and finished as state runner-up in Class 2A...Named all-district and all-northeast all three years...Named all-state honorable mention as a freshman and first team all-state 2A as a sophomore in 2006...In 2007, he batted .420 with six home runs.

Son of Eric and Kathy Hughes...Has two brothers, Cole and Spencer, and a sister, Erica Gross...Born Oct. 5, 1988, in Monroe, La. CAREER HIGHS

Runs: 2, seven times Hits: 3 at UTPA (3/6/10) Doubles: 2 vs. McNeese State (2/27/10) Triples: none Home Runs: 1, four times RBI: 4 at UTPA (3/7/10) Total Bases: 6 vs. Nevada (4/4/09) Walks: 2, four times Stolen Bases: 1, twice; last vs. Hawai’i (5/26/10) Hitting Streak: 7 games (10-for-16, .625; 4/25/10 - 5/8/10)

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CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

avg

Hughes, Ashton

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

.200 32-15 .320 50-36 .280 82-51

65 128 193

14 24 38

13 41 54

1 9 10

0 0 0

3 1 4

6 30 36

23 53 76

.354 .414 .394

11 14 25

1 2 3

16 30 46

3 2 5

.325 .380 .361

0 6 6

0 3 3

1-3 1-4 2-7

a

e

fld%

25 48 42 90 67 138

po

6 21 27

.924 .863 .884

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

0.00 0.00

0-0 0-0

1 1

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 0

0.2 0.2

3 3

2 2

0 0

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

7 7

.600 .600

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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MIKE JEFFERSON

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2008 (FRESHMAN)

Redshirt Season

LHP | L/L | 6-4 | 210 | Rs-Jr. -2L Cincinnati, OH (Clermont Northeastern HS)

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered four years for Clermont Northeastern High School in Batavia, Ohio, for coach Jason Kreimer...Named first team all-league as a sophomore, junior and senior...Named team captain his senior year...Helped lead the Rockets to the Southern Buckeye Conference title in 2007...Played basketball as a freshman and a sophomore...Was an honor roll student and a member of the school band...Played summer ball for the Midland Redskins in Cincinnati in 2007.

2010 (RS SOPHOMORE)

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Led the team and ranked fourth in the WAC with 69 strikeouts... Team-high 13 games started...Career-high 13 strikeouts in his first career complete game in a 5-4 win over Sac. St. (5/8)... Struck out nine in 6.2 innings of work in game two of the WAC tournament vs. Nevada (5/27)...Picked-off a team-high 10 base runners on the year...Lowest ERA on the team out of pitchers who threw at least 30 innings at 5.60...Limited opponents to a .245 batting average against him...Selected by the New York Mets in the 46th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft

PERSONAL

Full name is Michael Lynn Jefferson...Son of Randy and Kim Jefferson...Has two sisters, Toni and Heather...Born July 31, 1989, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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2009 (RS FRESHMAN)

Appeared in a team-high 25 games, including three starts... Named WAC Pitcher of the Week (4/20)...Limited opponents CAREER HIGHS to a league-low .223 batting average during WAC play...Either Innings: 9.0 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) shutdown or limited the opposition to one run in just under Long Start: 9.0 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) half of his innings pitched, 24 2/3...In his first collegiate apShort Start: 0.1 vs. Southern Miss (3/20/10) pearance against Grambling State, he pitched two scoreless Long Relief: 5.0 vs. Fresno State (4/19/09) innings and walked only one, while striking out three...In two Hits Allowed: 8 vs. Hawai’i (4/25/10) appearances against Houston Baptist, he allowed only one run Runs Allowed: 9 at New Mexico State (5/1/10) in a combined for 5 2/3 innings pitched, while striking out six Earned Runs Allowed: 9 at New Mexico State (5/1/10) (3/20 and 3/22)...Did not allow an earned run in six straight Walks: 8 at Texas (5/16/10) appearances or 12 1/3 innings (4/19-4/30)...During that span, Strikeouts: 13 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) he was dominant against WAC foes Fresno State, Sacramento Home Runs Allowed: 3, twice; last at Nevada (5/21/10) State and Hawaii...Picked up his first win during that stretch, Wild Pitches: 2, twice; last vs. San Jose State (4/11/10) against Fresno State (4/19), and his first save, against SacraHit Batsmen: 2, twice; last vs. San Jose State (4/11/10) 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball mento State (4/26). Individual Career History

Jefferson, Mike Year

2009 2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

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0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

.000 0-0 .000 0-0 STATISTICS .000 0-0 era

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cg

sho

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6.27 5.60 5.88

3-3 4-4 7-7

25 19 44

3 13 16

0 1 1

0/0 0/0 0/0

1 0 1

ip

0 0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

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0-0 0-0 0-0

3 4 7

11 16 27

2 1 3

.875 .952 .919

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r

er

bb

so

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3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

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bk

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sha

51.2 53 72.1 64 124.0 117

42 52 94

36 45 81

38 39 59 69 97 108

8 10 18

2 2 4

8 13 21

246 335 581

.268 .245 .255

7 11 18

4 7 11

1 3 4

3 4 7

3 4 7

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MIKE LEBRETON

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered three years for Jesuit High School in New Orleans for coaches Dave Moreau and Sam Dozier...Named all-district 8-5A for three years from 2005-2007...Earned all-state honors as a junior...Helped lead the Blue Jays to district and class 5A state titles as a sophomore and a senior...Went 8-2 with a 1.22 ERA as a sophomore, 9-3 (2.92 ERA) as a junior and 10-4 with a 1.56 ERA as a senior...Played three years of American Legion ball for Retif Oil in New Orleans, winning the 2005 district title...Earned all-district honors as a pitcher in 2005 and 2006.

LHP | L/L | 5-10 | 190 | Sr. - 3L New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS) 2010 (JUNIOR)

Second on team with 20 appearances with two starts...Earned first win of the season after throwing 1.1 shutout innings in relief at UTPA (3/5)...Picked up the first save of his career after not allowing a run in the final 3.1 innings of a win over Minnesota (3/28)...Totaled five strikeouts twice on the season.

PERSONAL

Son of David and Gina LeBreton...Has one brother, David Jr... Majoring in CIS...Born April 28, 1989, in Metairie, La.

2009 (SOPHOMORE)

Made seven appearances, including a start against Texas Wesleyan (4/21)...Did not allow a home run in just over 13 innings pitched...In his second outing of the season against Nevada, he pitched 1.1 scoreless innings...Earned the final two outs in the second game of Tech’s doubleheader against Fresno State (4/18)...Recorded a career-high six strikeouts in relief at Hawai’i (5/3)...Finished off his season by not allowing an earned run in one inning against San Jose State (5/23).

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2008 (FRESHMAN)

Appeared in 11 games, started two...Made his first collegiate appearance vs. McNeese State (2/23)...Allowed two hits, however his outing resulted in a scoreless inning...First start of his collegiate career came in his next appearance in game two vs. UT Arlington (2/26)...Pitched five innings, gave up three hits, one earned run, walked one and struck out one en route to his first collegiate victory...Struck out four batters in three 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball innings, while allowing two hits in a 10-4 win vs. Grambling Individual Career History

LeBreton, Mike Year

2008 2009 2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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hbp

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gdp

ob%

sf sh

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

.000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

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0 0 0 0

.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 STATISTICS .000 0-0

0 0 0 0

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0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 0 1 2

2 2 9 13

0 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

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5.57 6.75 9.34 7.71

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

11 7 20 38

2 1 2 5

0 0 0 0

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

0 0 1 1

21.0 13.1 35.2 70.0

25 17 50 92

15 12 44 71

13 10 37 60

9 9 30 48

9 12 26 47

2 6 7 15

1 0 0 1

3 0 10 13

98 68 192 358

.305 .333 .333 .325

0 1 6 7

4 3 5 12

0 1 0 1

1 3 0 4

2 2 6 10

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Innings: 5.0 vs. UT Arlington (2/26/08) Long Start: 5.0 vs. UT Arlington (2/26/08) Short Start: 0.2 at Baylor (3/9/10) Long Relief: 4.2, twice; last vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Hits Allowed: 8 at Fresno State (4/17/10) Runs Allowed: 6, three times Earned Runs Allowed: 6 vs. McNeese State (2/27/10) Walks: 4, three times Strikeouts: 6 at Hawai’i (5/3/09) Home Runs Allowed: 3 vs. McNeese State (2/27/10) Wild Pitches: 2 at New Mexico State (5/2/10) Hit Batsmen: 2, twice; last vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10)


CAREER HIGHS

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PHILIP MENOU

Runs: 2 vs. Alcorn State (2/20/10) Hits: 1, six times Doubles: 1 at Fresno State (4/17/10) Triples: none Home Runs: none RBI: 1, twice; last at Fresno State (4/17/10) Total Bases: 2 at Fresno State (4/17/10) Walks: 2 vs. Alcorn State (2/20/10) Stolen Bases: none Hitting Streak: 2 games, twice

INF | L/R | 6-6 | 215 | So. -1L Lake Charles, La. (Sam Houston HS) 2010 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 21 games with three starts in the DH spot...Recorded his first career hit in game two of a double-header vs. Alcorn State (2/20)...Notched his first career RBI vs. Southern Miss (3/20)...Made two appearances on the mound in relief. HIGH SCHOOL

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Lettered four years at Sam Houston High School under coach Brad Book...Won the district 4-4A championship and were state runner-up in 2009...Awarded first team all-district as a pitcher for three straight years...Recipient of district MVP his junior and senior seasons...Honored with all-southwest Louisiana Big Schools Pitcher award and all-state honorable mention as a junior...Also awarded first team all-state by the Louisiana Baseball Coaches Association after his junior and senior seasons...Also named Louisiana Baseball Coaches Association pitcher of the year...Played football as a freshmen and as a sophomore...Played summer ball with the Golden Triangle Yellow Jackets under coaches Chris Fackler and Sam Moor. PERSONAL

Full name is Philip Jules Menou...Son of Jules and Suzanne Menou...Has one sister, Stephanie...Born Sept. 25, 1990 in Lake Charles, La...Majoring in construction engineering technology.

2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2010 TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

Menou, Philip

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gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

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sf sh

.231 .231

21-3 21-3

26 26

3 3

6 6

1 1

0 0

0 0

2 2

7 7

.269 .269

2 2

1 1

12 12

0 0

.310 .310

0 0

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0

1 1

1 1

0 1.000 0 1.000

fld%

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cg

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sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

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13.50 13.50

0-0 0-0

2 2

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 0

1.1 1.1

3 3

3 3

2 2

2 2

0 0

1 1

1 1

0 0

10 10

.375 .375

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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2009 (RS FRESHMAN)

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GRAHAM MEYERS

Appeared 22 times out of the bullpen, second-most on team... His 5.19 ERA was the lowest among Bulldog pitchers that threw three or more innings...Threw just under 11 scoreless innings in 10 outings...Recorded 27 strikeouts in 26 innings... Did not give up a single home run...Opponents hit .286 on him, third-lowest on team...Made his first collegiate appearance against Grambling State (2/20)...Earned his first win in relief at Northwestern State (2/25)...Picked up his first save two games later in a 10-7 win against Eastern Michigan...Pitched a scoreless 1.2 innings at Southern Miss (3/13)...Tied his career-high in strikeouts with three in the second game of Tech’s doubleheader against Fresno State (4/19)...Last outing of season came at Hawai’i (5/3)...Season ended early due to an injury.

RHP | R/R | 6-3 | 220 | Rs-Jr. - 2L Monroe, La. (St. Frederick HS) 2010 (RS SOPHOMORE)

Made 10 appearances all in relief while coming back from injury...Tallied seven strikeouts in 7.0 innings of work...Limited opposing batters to a .192 average.

2008 (FRESHMAN)

Redshirt Season 43

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

Full name is Martin Graham Meyers...Goes by Graham...Son of Owen and Ginny Meyers...Has one sister, Caroline...Majoring in architecture...Born Dec. 7, 1988, in Monroe, La. CAREER HIGHS

Year

2009 2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

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r

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 0-0 .000 0-0 STATISTICS .000 0-0

Innings: 2.1 at McNeese State (2/28/09) Long Start: none Short Start: none Long Relief: 2.1 at McNeese State (2/28/09) 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball HitsHistory Allowed: 6 vs. Nevada (4/3/09) Individual Career Runs Allowed: 3, three times Earned Runs Allowed: 3, twice; last vs. Nevada (4/3/09) Walks: 4, twice; last at Dallas Baptist (3/28/09) Meyers, Graham Strikeouts: 3, five times HomebbRuns Allowed: none h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wild .000 Pitches: 0 0 03 vs.0 Nevada .000 0 (4/3/09) 0 0-0 2 3 1 .833 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hit .000 Batsmen: 0 0 0 seven 0 .000 0 1 0 1.000 1, times0 0 0-0 0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

2

4

1

.857

era

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sho

sv

ip

h

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3b

hr

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bavg

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hbp

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sha

5.19 5.14 5.18

1-2 0-0 1-2

22 10 32

0 0 0

0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0

1 0 1

26.0 7.0 33.0

30 5 35

21 4 25

15 4 19

24 5 29

27 7 34

8 0 8

1 0 1

0 0 0

137 32 169

.286 .192 .267

9 2 11

6 1 7

1 0 1

1 0 1

1 0 1

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Lettered three years at St. Frederick High School...Named alldistrict as a sophomore, junior and senior...Also as a junior, he was district MVP and first team all-state...High school team were district champions in 2005, 2006 and 2007...Also played one year of basketball...Played one year of summer ball with the Bayou Bombers.


PERSONAL

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TREVOR PETERSEN

Full name is Trevor Gregg Petersen...Son of Jason and Brenda Petersen...Has one brother, Brandon and one sister, Amanda... Born August 19, 1990 in Longview, Texas.

RHP | R/R | 6-2 | 210 | So. -1L Hallsville, Texas (Hallsville HS)

CAREER HIGHS

2010 (FRESHMAN)

Innings: 9.0 vs. Hawai’i (4/23/10) Long Start: 9.0 vs. Hawai’i (4/23/10) Short Start: 2.1 vs Sacramento State (5/8/10) Long Relief: 2.1, twice Hits Allowed: 12 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Runs Allowed: 8 at New Mexico State (5/1/10) Earned Runs Allowed: 7 vs. Sacramento State (5/7/10) Walks: 4, twice; last at Nevada (5/21/10) Strikeouts: 4, four times Home Runs Allowed: 2, four times Wild Pitches: 1, four times Hit Batsmen: 3 at Texas (5/16/10)

Appeared in 19 games on the mound while starting 12...Was named WAC pitcher of the week after earning the first ever win at the Twin’s new Target Field vs. Minnesota (3/27) ...Longest scoreless innings streak of any freshman in the nation and tenth longest regardless of classification, 19.0 innings (3/264/10)...Picked up his first career win in his first career start at Grambling (2/23)...Threw his first career complete game in a win over Hawai’i (4/23).

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HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered three seasons at Hallsville High School under coach Scott Mitchell...Was a part of his high school team when they won district his junior year...As a pitcher during his sophomore year, he was second team all-district and all-east Texas honorable mention...As a junior, he was named MVP for district 17-4A, awarded third team all-state as a pitcher, first team all-east Texas as a first baseman, Harrison and Marion County Player of the Year and the Texas Sports Writers Association Pitcher of the Year...District 13-4A pitcher of the year as a senior in 2009...Louisville Preseason All-American...Earned second team All-State as a pitcher as well as first team All-East Texas...selected in the 23rd round (709th overall)of the 2009 MLB first year player draft by the Tampa Bay Rays...Played one season of football during his senior year...Played summer ball with the Dallas Bat under former Texas Ranger, Rusty Greer. 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

Petersen, Trevor Year

2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

2010 TOTAL

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ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

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bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

.000 0-0 STATISTICS .000 0-0

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0

4 4

7 7

0 1.000 0 1.000

fld%

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

6.81 6.81

5-8 5-8

19 19

12 12

1 1

0/1 0/1

0 0

72.2 72.2

94 94

60 60

55 55

28 28

42 42

13 13

3 3

11 11

352 352

.308 .308

4 4

10 10

0 0

4 4

5 5

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21

KYLE ROLIARD

Lettered two years at Klein High School under head coach Barry Smith...As a junior, he was named First Team all-district 165A as a first baseman...Batted .400 as a junior...Was a member of the Klein team that advanced to the playoffs...Named first team all-district as an outfielder and third team all-Houston as a senior...Also during his senior year, he helped lead his team to the district and area championships, while batting .416 with two home runs...Also played football for Klein as a wide receiver...Received Who’s Who Among High School Students honor.

LHP/OF | L/L | 6-5 | 190 | Jr. - 2L Spring, Texas (Klein HS) 2010 (SOPHOMORE)

Batted .330 as Tech’s leadoff hitter throughout the year...Played in all 57 games while starting 54 in left field...Set new school record with six runs scored in one game vs. Sac. St. (5/8)... First career multi home run game (2) vs. Sac. St. (5/8)... First career homerun vs. Southern Miss. (3/19)... Career-high four hits twice vs. Sac. St. (5/8) and at Nevada (5/21)... Career-high 17 game hitting streak (3/17-4/17)...Went 2-for-5 with an RBI vs. No. 10 Arkansas (5/11)...Made seven appearances on the mound with two starts recording a 1-2 record.

PERSONAL

Full name is Kyle Joseph Roliard...Son of Larry and Brenda Roliard...Has one brother, Kevin and one sister, Kelly...Majoring in kinesiology...Born Feb. 28, 1990, in Houston, Texas. CAREER HIGHS

2009 (FRESHMAN)

45

Named Academic all-WAC...Dual player for the Bulldogs...Appeared in 24 games, while starting seven as a designated hitter...Saw time as an outfielder...Also made 17 appearances on the mound where he went 4-0...Strung together a nine-game hitting streak (4/19-5/14)...Went 5-for-12 (.417 BA) as a pinch hitter and 6-for-14 (.429 BA) with runners in scoring position... Recorded his first collegiate hit, a single, in Tech’s first game of its doubleheader against McNeese State (2/28)...Recorded two hits, including a double, in three at-bats, an RBI and a run scored in a 10-5 win at Sacramento State (4/27)...Totaled three PITCHING hits, an RBI and two runs scored in the series finale at Hawaii Innings: 3.1 at UTPA (3/7/10) (5/3)...Added one more hit to his totals in the season finale Long Start: 3.1 at UTPA (3/7/10) at the WAC Tournament against San Jose State (5/23)...As Short Start: 2.0 at Nevada (5/22/10) a pitcher, he did not allow a run in five relief outings...Struck Long Relief: 2.2 vs. Fresno State (4/18/09) out a career-high four batters against Eastern Michigan (3/6)... Hits Allowed: 10 at UTPA (3/7/10) Runs Allowed: 12 at UTPA (3/7/10) Picked up his first collegiate win one game later at Stephen F. Earned Runs Allowed: 9 at UTPA (3/7/10) Austin (3/10)...In the outing he pitched 1.2 innings and did not Walks: 4 at Nevada (5/22/10) give up a hit, while striking out two...Picked up his first save Strikeouts: 4 vs. Eastern Michigan (4/6/09) 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball after he limited a Hawaii offense to no hits in two innings of HomeHistory Runs Allowed: 2 vs. Texas Wesleyan (4/21/2009) Individual Career work (5/2). Wild Pitches: 2 vs. LSU-Shreveport (4/6/10) Hit Batsmen: 1 at UTPA (3/7/10)

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

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.429 24-7 .330 57-54 .348 81-61

49 230 279

15 59 74

21 76 97

2 16 18

0 2 2

0 5 5

6 23 30 111 36 134

.469 .483 .480

8 24 32

1 3 4

5 37 42

2 2 4

.517 .398 .420

0 2 2

0-2 6-9 6-11

4 76 80

3 8 11

1 4 5

e

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0 1.000 1 .988 1 .989

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9.13 15.00 11.16

4-0 1-2 5-2

17 7 24

0 2 2

0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0

1 0 1

22.2 12.0 34.2

31 22 53

26 24 50

23 20 43

18 13 31

21 9 30

5 2 7

2 2 4

4 0 4

121 72 193

.320 .415 .353

3 3 6

2 1 3

1 0 1

1 1 2

3 4 7

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BATTING Runs: 6 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Hits: 4, twice; last at Nevada (5/21/10) Doubles: 2, twice; last vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Triples: 1, twice; last at Minnesota (3/27/10) Home Runs: 2 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) RBI: 3, four times Total Bases: 12 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Walks: 3, twice; at Grambling State (2/23/10) Stolen Bases: 1, six times Hitting Streak: 17 games (29-for-65, .446; 3/17/10 - 4/17/10)


HIGH SCHOOL

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JEB STEFAN

Lettered three years at Acadiana High School under coach Scott McCullough...Named first team all-district as a pitcher his junior and senior seasons...As a senior, his team won the 2-5A district championship...Played three years of football as a tight end...As a sophomore and a senior, his football team was the state runner-up...As a junior, his football team won the state championship...Named to all-state composite team as a football and baseball player...Was a National Honor Society member...Played one year of summer ball for the Louisiana AllStars under coach Chris Counts.

RHP | R/R | 6-4 | 210 | Rs-So. -1L Lafayette, La. (Acadiana HS) 2010 (SOPHOMORE)

Appeared in four games while making three starts before receiving a redshirt due to injury...Allowed just one run off of three hits while striking out nine in five innings in his first start of the season vs. Alcorn State (2/19)...Earned his first win of the season after giving up just one run in five innings of relief at Baylor (3/3).

PERSONAL

Full name is Trevor Gregg Petersen...Son of Jason and Brenda Petersen...Has one brother, Brandon and one sister, Amanda... Born August 19, 1990 in Longview, Texas.

2009 (FRESHMAN)

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CAREER HIGHS

Named Academic all-WAC...Made 13 starts and one relief appearance...Struck out a team-high 66 batters, sixth-most in the conference...In his first collegiate start, he earned the win after he gave up only hit and two walks, while striking out five, in five innings pitched (2/21)...Gave another quality performance against Eastern Michigan (3/7)...Allowed only run and struck out eight in seven innings pitched...To earn his third win of the year, he limited Fresno State to five runs in 6.1 innings...Struck out 10 at Sacramento State (4/25)...Surpassed that total with his current career-high of 12 strikeouts against Hawai’i (4/30)... Against the Rainbows, he gave up one run in 7.2 innings of work (4/30)...Faced Hawai’i one more time in the WAC Tournament where he allowed only two runs in 6 2/3 innings (5/21).

Innings: 7.2 at Hawai’i (4/30/09) Long Start: 7.2 at Hawai’i (4/30/09) Short Start: 0.0 at New Mexico (3/12/10) Long Relief: 5.0 at Baylor (3/3/10) Hits Allowed: 11, twice; last at Sacramento State (4/25/09) Runs Allowed: 10 at Dallas Baptist (3/27/09) Earned Runs Allowed: 9 at Dallas Baptist (3/27/09) Walks: 5 at Southern Miss (3/14/09) Strikeouts: 12 at Hawai’i (4/30/09) Home Runs Allowed: 4 vs. McNeese State (2/27/10) Wild Pitches: 2 at Baylor (3/3/10) Hit Batsmen: 2, three times

2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

Stefan, Jeb Year

2009 2010 CAREER TOTAL Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

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ab

r

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2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

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hbp

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sf sh

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

.000 2-2 .000 0-0 STATISTICS .000 2-2

0 0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0 0-0

2 2 4

9 0 9

1 .917 0 1.000 1 .929

fld%

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app

gs

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sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

6.39 7.62 6.57

4-5 1-2 5-7

14 4 18

13 3 16

1 0 1

0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0

74.2 13.0 87.2

82 16 98

56 14 70

53 11 64

36 5 41

66 15 81

15 3 18

1 1 2

10 5 15

353 62 415

.276 .286 .278

5 3 8

10 0 10

2 0 2

4 1 5

6 0 6

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TAYLOR TERRASAS

Lettered three years for Santa Fe High School under coach Ronnie Wulf...Won first team all-district 24-4A and first team all-county his junior and senior years...Played summer ball with the Southeast Texas Sun Devils under coach Matt Thompson... Participated in the 2008 Area Code Games in California with the Cincinnati Reds...Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 33rd round (995th overall) of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft.

INF | R/R | 5-10 | 160 | So.- 1L Santa Fe, Texas (Sante Fe HS) 2010 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 40 games and started 22 at shortstop and two at second base......Hit his first career home run in a 13-7 win over Fresno State (4/16)...Went 2-for-4 with a career-high three RBI at Fresno State (4/16)...Hit his second career home run in a 10-9 loss at No. 1 Texas.

PERSONAL

Full name is Taylor James Terrasas...Son of Rudy and Marilyn Terrasas...Has two brothers, Ryan and Trey...Father Rudy played baseball at Lamar University...Born July 24, 1991 in Pasadena, Texas...Major is kinesiology CAREER HIGHS

2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2010 TOTAL

avg

Terrasas, Taylor

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.360 40-24 .360 40-24

75 75

15 15

27 27

7 7

0 0

2 2

15 15

40 40

.533 .533

9 9

1 1

19 19

1 1

.430 .430

1 1

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sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

3-4 3-4

28 28

46 46

8 8

.902 .902

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Runs: 2, twice; last vs. Central Arkansas (5/18/10) Hits: 3 vs. Hawai’i (4/23/10) Doubles: 1, seven times Triples: none Home Runs: 1, twice; last at Texas (5/16/10) RBI: 3 at Fresno State (4/16/10) Total Bases: 5 at Fresno State (4/16/10) Walks: 3 vs. McNeese State (2/28/10) Stolen Bases: 1, three times Hitting Streak: 5 games (6-for-12, .500; 3/9/10 - 4/3/10)


MARK THRELKELD

HIGH SCHOOL

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Lettered four years at Sterlington High School under coach Todd Moore...As a sophomore, he was named second team alldistrict...Named first team all-district, first team all-northeast, first team all-state, and received the sportswriters honorable mention award and hardest worker award as a junior...As a senior, he was named district MVP, all-northeast and all-state by the sports writers...Also participated in the LHSCA All-Star Game his senior year...Batted .500 and hit 13 HRs as a senior... His team won the district championship his senior year and were district runner-ups his sophomore and junior years...Was the valedictorian of his senior class...Played one year of summer ball for the Louisiana District 5 team under coach Eddie Parkman...In 2008, he was named a team captain and his team won the Southeast Regional Championship...Batted .450 and hit seven home runs.

INF | R/R | 6-3 | 210 | Jr.-2L Monroe, La. (Sterlington HS) 2010 (SOPHOMORE)

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Only Tech player to start every game as he started all 57 games at third base...First Team all-WAC...School record six hits in one game after going 6-for-6 vs. Sac. St. (5/8)...School record three doubles in one game vs. Sac. St. (5/8)...Tied for sixth in school history with 62 runs scored in a season...Tied for ninth in Tech history with 80 hits in a single season... Led team with 62 RBI...Three multi home run games, (2) at Fresno State (4/16), vs. Hawai’i (4/25) and vs. UCA (5/18)...First career grand slam vs. Hawai’i (4/25)...Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBI in a 10-9 loss at No. 1 Texas (5/16).

PERSONAL

Full name is Mark William Threlkeld...Son of Ronald and Susan Threlkeld...Father, Ronald played football for Long Beach City College...Has one sister, Jennifer...Majoring in construction engineering...Born May 2, 1990, in Riverside, Calif. and grew up in San Bernandino, Calif. prior to moving to Monroe during his sophomore year of high school.

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2009 (FRESHMAN)

Appeared in 40 games, while starting 27, primarily as the third baseman...Recorded his first collegiate hit at Grambling State (2/21)...Then launched his first collegiate home run, a threerun shot, one game later at home against the Tigers (2/22)... Contributed to a 17-14 win over Nevada by going 2-for-5 with two runs scored (4/5)...Went 1-for-3 with a home run, two RBI, two runs scored and a walk in the second game of the doubleheader against Fresno State (4/18)...Totaled four hits, including two doubles, in four at-bats, three RBI and three runs scored in the second game of the doubleheader against Texas Wesleyan (4/21)...Had another strong performance at Hawai’i...Against the Rainbows, he went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored (4/30)...Went a perfect 4-for-4 in a 17-9 win over New Mexico State (5/15).

CAREER HIGHS

Runs: 5 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Hits: 6 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Doubles: 3 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Triples: none Home Runs: 2, three times RBI: 5, twice; last vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Total Bases: 12 vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Walks: 2 at Texas (5/16/10) Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Alcorn State (2/20/10) Hitting Streak: 12 games (19-for-47, .404; 2/19/10 - 3/9/10)

2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

Threlkeld, Mark

gp-gs

ab

.307 40-27 .335 57-57 .326 97-84

114 239 353

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

25 35 62 80 87 115

r

4 14 18

0 0 0

5 14 19

21 54 62 136 83 190

.474 .569 .538

5 21 26

1 5 6

27 45 72

5 4 9

.339 .391 .375

1 6 7

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0-1 5-6 5-7

a

e

fld%

19 51 50 105 69 156

po

4 20 24

.946 .886 .904


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COREY WHITE

Runs: 1, four times Hits: 1 vs. Alcorn State (2/20/10) Doubles: none Triples: none Home Runs: none RBI: none Total Bases: 1 vs. Alcorn State (2/20/10) Walks: none Stolen Bases: none Hitting Streak: none

OF | R/R | 5-7 | 160 | So.- 1L West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) 2010 (FRESHMAN)

Appeared in 12 games...Mainly used for his speed as a pinch runner...Recorded his first career hit in game two of a doubleheader vs. Alcorn State (2/20)...Was brought in as a pinch runner and scored a run in a win at Baylor (3/3). HIGH SCHOOL

Played for coach Mark Sims while at West Monroe high school...Named first team all-district 1-5A outfielder his senior year...Helped the Rebels to three straight district championships as a sophomore (2007), junior (2008) and senior (2009).

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Son of Jay and Jennye White...Born in West Monroe, La. on October 5, 1990.

2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2010 TOTAL

White, Corey

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.200 .200

12-0 12-0

5 5

4 4

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

.200 .200

0 0

1 1

1 1

0 0

.333 .333

0 0

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sb-att

po

a

e

0-1 0-1

3 3

0 0

0 1.000 0 1.000

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HIGH SCHOOL

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ALEX WILLIAMS

Lettered four years at Holy Savior Menard Central High School under coach Jeff Adams...As a sophomore and a junior, he was named first team all-district...As a senior, he was named first team all-district, first team all-state, was an LHSA All-Star and team MVP...Was a member of Menard’s Class 2A state championship baseball team in 2007...Team were district champions from 2005-08...Also played four years of football at Menard as a quarterback and at defensive end...Named all-district as a sophomore and a junior as a football player...Was a National Honor Society member...Achieved a 3.6 GPA.

INF | L/R | 6-6 | 260 | Jr.-2L Vick, La. (Holy Savior Menard Central HS) 2010 (SOPHOMORE)

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Appeared in 53 games while starting 52 at first base...Second Team all-WAC...First career walk-off home run vs. McNeese State in the 10th inning (2/27)...Go ahead two-run triple in the ninth inning at UTPA (3/5)...Named WAC hitter of the Week (2/28)...Went 4-for-6 vs. Sacramento State (5/7)...First career two home run game at Fresno State (4/17)… Ranked third on the team with 23 multiple hit games… Had seven games in which he had three-plus hits…Finished second on the team with 15 multiple RBI performances including three games of three-plus RBI.

PERSONAL

Son of Scott and Stacie Williams...Has one brother, Austin... Born Oct. 1, 1989, in Vick, La. CAREER HIGHS

Runs: 3, twice; last vs. Sacramento State (5/8/10) Hits: 4 vs. Sacramento State (5/7/10) Doubles: 2, twice; last at Texas (5/16/10) Triples: 1, twice; last at UTPA (3/5/10) Home Runs: 2 at Fresno State (4/17/10) RBI: 3, three times Total Bases: 9 at Fresno State (4/17/10) Walks: 3, twice; last vs. Texas Wesleyan (4/2/10) Stolen Bases: 1, twice; last vs. San Jose State (4/9/10) Hitting Streak: 11 games (19-for-45, .422; 2/23/10 - 3/14/10)

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2009 (FRESHMAN)

Named Academic all-WAC...Started 49 games as a true freshman...Also made an appearance on the mound...Drew 20 walks, third-most on team...Posted a .980 fielding percentage...Recorded at least one hit in eight of first 10 games... Went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in second game of doubleheader against McNeese State (2/28)...Had another three-hit day against UALR (3/17)...Cracked his first collegiate home run against Houston Baptist (3/21)...Forced three walks in conference opener against Nevada (4/3)...Totaled two hits, two RBI and two runs scored at Sacramento State (4/24)... First stolen base of collegiate career came three games later at Sacramento State (4/27)...In final 15 contests of season, he collected at least one hit in 13 of the games (4/24-5/23).

2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL Year

2009 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.265 50-49 .343 55-52 .308 105-101

Williams, Alex ab

170 216 386

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

31 45 43 74 74 119

r

6 17 23

1 1 2

7 11 18

30 74 46 126 76 200

.435 .583 .518

20 14 34

2 2 4

26 38 64

2 3 5

.345 .386 .368

2 1 3

0 0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

1-2 1-1 2-3

328 407 735

16 23 39

7 8 15

.980 .982 .981

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

27.00 27.00

0-0 0-0

1 1

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 0

1.0 1.0

2 2

3 3

3 3

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

0 0

6 6

.500 .500

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

0 0

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SAM ALVIS

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TAYLOR BURCH

OF/LHP | R/L | 5-11 | 185 | FR. -HS Jasper, Texas (Jasper HS) HIGH SCHOOL

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OF | R/R | 6-4 | 230 | Fr. -HS Monroe, La. (Neville HS) HIGH SCHOOL

Three-time letterman in both baseball and football at Jasper High School... Named all-District as an outfielder on the diamond while picking up all-State academic honors... On the gridiron Alvis was tabbed all-District Defensive End as well as the District Offensive MVP as a quarterback. PERSONAL

Full name is Samuel David Alvis...Son of David and Rachel Alvis...Has one sister, Jessica and one brother, Will...Three of his relatives played for MLB clubs, while one played at Tech: Max Alvis (Cleveland Indians), David Alvis (ULL and Cleveland Indians) and Richie LeBlanc (LA Tech and Kansas City Royals)... Majoring in business finance...Born June 11, 1992, in DeRidder, Louisiana.

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PERSONAL

Full name is Taylor Bradford Burch ... Son of Brad and Deena Burch ... Has two sisters, Ashton (18) and Amanda (11) ... Chose Louisiana Tech over offers from Memphis, TCU and Tulsa ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born on Oct. 2, 1991 in Monroe, La.

BEN CARLISLE

INF/RHP | R/R | 5-10 | 190 | Fr. -HS Marshall, Texas (Marshall HS)

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LHP | L/L | 6-1 | 175 | Rs. Fr. -HS Shreveport, La. (C.E. Byrd HS)

HIGH SCHOOL

Was a four-time letterman for coach Todd Hammack at Marshall High School... Named three-time all-District and all-Harrison-Marion County performer and was tabbed all-State and Player of the Year in 2010... As a two-way player, Bayliss hit .429 with 6 homeruns as a senior and was 8-3 with a 2.95 ERA on the mound, fanning 99 batters in 62.0 innings of work. PERSONAL

Full name is Beau John Bayliss... Son of Mark and Susan Bayliss...Has two sisters, Brook (29) and Blair (23)...Grandfather played semi-pro baseball...Born September 16, 1991 in Marshall, Texas... Majoring in economics.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered three years as a pitcher at C.E. Byrd High School... Named all-District as a senior in 2009... Led C.E. Byrd to the state semifinals during the 2009 season... Earned two letters as a member of the cross country team. PERSONAL

Full name is Benjamin Kent Carlisle ... Son of Kent and Claire Carlisle ... Has two siblings, Clark (17) and Annie (14)... Majoring in business management ... Born on July 2, 1991 in Shreveport, La.

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BEAU BAYLISS

Lettered four years as a prep standout at Neville High School... Hit .460 as a senior and was named a first-team all-State performer in addition to picking up all-Northeast Louisiana and all-District honors...Earned three letters in football and was named MVP of the state championship game his senior year after completing 17-for-25 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 91 yards...Also received two letters in soccer and one in track while serving as student body president, president of the Student Council and was a member of FCA.


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JACOB DEROUEN

C | R/R | 6-0 | 200 | Fr. -HS Lafayette, La. (Lafayette HS) HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

NEWCOMERS & REDSHIRTS

INF | R/R | 6-0 | 195 | Fr. -HS Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered three years as a catcher at Lafayette High School... Named all-district runner-up as a sophomore and picked up second team all-district honors as a junior and senior... Led Lafayette HS to the 2010 5A state championship game... Chose Tech over LSU and ULL.

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RYAN GEBHARDT

Full name is Jacob Hart Derouen ... Son of Lynn and Jamie Derouen ... Has one brother, Adam (16)... Undecided major ... Born on November 27, 1991 in Lafayette, La.

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Three sport standout at Ouachita Parish High School… Lettered four years in baseball while holding a career batting average of .450…Named all-District and all-Northeast Louisiana from 2007-10… Named all-Louisiana in 2010… Named district and Northeast Louisiana MVP in 2010…Lettered four years as soccer player, scoring 101 goals during that stretch… Named all-District and all-Northeast Louisiana from 2007-10 as a soccer standout…Earned one letter in football and was named all-District in 2008 after recording two touchdowns. PERSONAL

Full name is Ryan Spencer Gebhardt… Son of Clint Gebhardt and Teresa Moen…Born on October 5, 1991 in Monroe, La…. Majoring in kinesiology

BRONSON GILLAM

RHP | R/R | 6-5 | 190 | Fr. -HS Red Oak, Texas (Red Oak HS)

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INF/RHP | S/R | 6-4 | 230 | Fr. -TR Shreveport, La. (Arkansas)

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered in football, basketball and baseball as a prep standout at Red Oak High School... Named sophomore of the year as a pitcher... Picked up first team all-District honors as a junior... Tabbed pitcher of the year as a senior after averaging over 12 strikeouts per game... Played club ball with the Dallas Tigers and Dallas Patriots... Was a member of the National Honor Society... Chose Tech over Rhode Island and New Mexico. PERSONAL

Full name is Brenton Bennett Fletcher ... Son of Dan and Carla Fletcher ... Has one sister, Alex (15)... Majoring in business finance ... Born on December 3, 1991 in Dallas, Texas.

HIGH SCHOOL

Four year standout as a corner infielder and pitcher at Evangel Christian HS... led the Eagles to a 24-11 record and a berth in the Class 2A quarterfinals while boasting a 1.12 ERA and 48 strikeouts in 25.1 innings of work. At the plate the righthanded slugger belted 12 home runs, 37 RBI and hit at an impressive .446 clip while tallying a .942 slugging percentage... Cited with all-District and all-Louisiana honors from 2007-10... Named preseason all-American by Perfect Game USA prior to his junior season in 2009... Tabbed all-Area player of the year in 2009... Named Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Louisiana in 2010... Consensus national top 100 prospect out of high school and was the top-rated prep standout in the state of Louisiana according to Perfect Game USA. PERSONAL

Full name is Bronson Shane Gillam... Son of Ken and Natalie Gillam... Father played college basketball at the University of Central Arkansas... Has one sister, Chelsea (23)... Signed a letter of intent and enrolled at Arkansas prior to transferring to Tech during his freshman year... Chose Tech over Arkansas, Ole Miss and Virginia.

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JAMIE GILLEY

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COLBY JOHNSON

RHP | R/R | 5-11 | 160 | Jr. -TR Benton, La. (Bossier Parish CC) BOSSIER PARISH CC

OF/RHP | L/R | 6-0 | 185 | Fr. -HS Ruston, La. (RustonHS) HIGH SCHOOL

The right-hander led the 2010 Cavaliers with 8 wins and 53 strikeouts, limiting opponents to a .216 batting average... Tallied a 3.47 ERA while tossing two complete games. HIGH SCHOOL

Prep Standout at Benton High School... Was a two-time allState performer in Class 4A. PERSONAL

Full name is Jamie Tyler Gilley ... Son of Dennis and Jody Gilley ... Has one sibling, Jesse (24)... Majoring in psychology ... Born on July 4, 1989 in Houston, Texas.

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Lettered three years at Ruston HS...Had a career .400 batting average with 10 home runs... As a sophomore for the Bearcats earned second team All-District and All-Lincoln Parish honors...Named first team All-District, All-Lincoln Parish and AllNortheast Louisiana as a junior and senior...Member of Little League World Series Big League division Southwest Regional championship team in 2008 and 2009...Big League World Series Appearances in 2008 and 2009...Three year letterwinner in football for the Bearcarts...Starting quarterback his senior year. PERSONAL

Son of Greg and Liz Johnson...Has one older brother, Justin (22) and a younger sister, Hannah (5)...Born September 25, 1992 in Ruston, La.

SAM LANDIS

INF/OF | R/R | 6-3 | 220 | Fr. -HS Broomfield, Colo. (J.K. Mullen Prep)

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RHP/C | R/R | 6-1 | 200| Rs. Fr. -SQ Spring, Texas (Klein HS)

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered four years with one year remaining for Vince Porreco... Hit .406 as a junior and .396 as a senior and was named allConference both seasons...Named team captain as a sophomore...Led the team in RBI in sophomore and junior seasons... Attended Perfect Game National Showcase in the Metrodome after junior season...Ranked as the No. 172 high school player in the nation according to Perfect Game...Named 2010 Under Armour preseason all-American...Four year letter-winner on the football team as a safety...Selected all-Conference as a sophomore as he helped the Mustangs win the 5A State Championship in 2008...National Merit in Speech and Debate. PERSONAL

Son of Kale and Claire Gilmore...Has one younger sister, Taylor (11)...Father played baseball at University of Arkansas (1990-92) and Northern Colorado (92-94)...Father was an AllAmerican at Northern Colorado in 1994 before playing in the Cincinnati Reds organization...Uncle Duke Kell played football at University of Wyoming, Northern Colorado and University of Lavernne...Grandfather Gary Kell played football and wrestled at Western State in Colorado...Born September 28, 1992 in Broomfield, Colo.

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2010 (FRESHMAN)

Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered two years at Klein High School under coach Barry Smith...Attended same high school as Tech pitcher and outfielder Kyle Roliard...Was a part of Klein’s baseball team along with Tech signee Tyler Boss when they won district their junior year...Also won first team all-district and first team all-Houston as a junior...Member of Klein’s student council all four years... Member of the National Honor Society...Played summer ball with the Houston Banditos under coach Ray DeLeon. PERSONAL

Full name is Samuel Landis...Son of Steve and Jill Landis... Goes by Sam...Born Dec. 9, 1991 in Houston, Texas...Major is kinesiology.

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COLE GILMORE

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MARC PICCIOLA

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TYLER QUALLS

RHP | R/R | 6-2 | 180 | Fr. -HS Destrehan, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) HIGH SCHOOL

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RHP | R/R | 6-5 | 190 | Fr. -HS Red Oak, Texas (Red Oak HS) HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered four years for coach Paul Waguespack at St Charles Catholic...As a freshman was named first team All-District 10-2A while also being named District MVP...Helped lead the Comets to a district championship and a state runner-up finish while being named Class 2A All-State...Also named AllMetro MVP, All-River Parishes and Clairon Herald Elite his freshman season in 2007...Selected first team All-District 9-3A as a sophomore...Named All-State and coaches state player of the year...Named state tournament MVP while helping the Comets to a 3A state runner-up finish...Hit .380 for the season and went 5-0 on the mound with a 0.50 ERA and three post season victories...All-Metro, All River Parishes and Clairon Herald Elite team as a sophomore...First team All-District, AllMetro, All-River Parishes and Clairon Herald Elite in 2009 as a junior as the Comets were Co-District Champions and 3A State runner-up...Totaled a 4-0 record on the mound with a 0.46 ERA on the year...Hit .456 with 11 HR and 33 RBI and was tabbed All-State, All-Metro, All-River Parishes, All-District MVP as a senior... Member of National Honor Society for academics.

Earned four letters as a prep standout at Jackson High School... Named Class 4A District 1 Player of the Year after hitting .461 with five home runs, 32 doubles, three triples and an .841 OBP as a senior... Cited with two all-Missouri honors from the Missouri State Coaches’ Association and the Missouri Sports Writers’ Association as a senior... Named to the 2010 Under Armour Preseason all-American Team...Named first team allDistrict and all-Conference as a junior and senior... Selected as a two-time player of the year and most outstanding defensive player and hitting award at Jackson HS... Traveled with the Midwest Mules and helped lead the team to the Southwest National Championship... Lettered one year as a basketball PERSONAL

Full name is William Tyler Qualls... Son of Bruce and Chris Qualls...Has one sister, Molly (16)...Majoring in kinesiology... Born November 24, 1991 in Jackson, Missouri.

PERSONAL

CHRIS SADBERRY

Full name is Marc John Picciola... Son of Joe and Ella Picciola...Has twin younger sisters, Emily and Elizabeth...Majoring in civil engineering... Born May 19, 1992 in Metairie, La.

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LHP | L/L | 6-0 | 190 | Fr. -HS Holliday, Texas (Holliday HS) HIGH SCHOOL

Earned four letters under coach Terry Wolf at Holliday High School....Named District 5-2A MVP and first team All-District as a sophomore...AS a junior was named the district’s offensive MVP...Named to All-District and All-State teams as a junior and senior and led his team to a state runner-up finish during his junior season...Played linebacker and tight end for Holliday’s football team...Named second team All-District linebacker as a sophomore...Selected district defensive MVP and honorable mention All-State after junior and senior seasons. PERSONAL

Son of Wade and Melissa Sadberry...Has one older sister, Emily (23)...Sister played softball at Clarendon Junior College... Born November 8, 1991 in Holliday, Texas.

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WADE SIMONEAUX

HEAD COACH • NINTH SEASON NICHOLLS STATE, 1984

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Entering his ninth season at the helm of the Louisiana Tech baseball program, Wade Simoneaux has turned the Bulldogs into perhaps one of the more prolific offensive teams in the south. In just eight seasons with the Bulldogs, Simoneaux has compiled over 200 wins and has turned J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park into a true home field advantage as LA Tech has built a .683 winning percentage since 2006. Over the past five seasons Simoneaux has totaled 147 wins including two 30-plus win seasons. The five year stretch marks the most successful period for a Bulldog head coach since Pat Patterson and Mike Kane combined to win 171 games between 1988 and 1992. Plain and Simple, Simoneaux has returned a winning tradition to Louisiana Tech as evident by the 13 student-athletes selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, six all-Americans, one freshman all-American, one ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-American and 24 all-WAC performers. In 2010, Simoneaux’s squad featured a prolific offense that shattered four school records for hits (697), runs (484), doubles (141) and RBI (441) while having five student-athletes named allWAC performers. The five all-conference selections marked the most in program history since the Bulldogs placed six studentathletes on the 1989 All-American South Conference. Nationally, the Bulldogs finished the season ranked amongst the NCAA leaders in 10 offensive categories including rankings in the top 25 in team batting average, scoring, home runs per game and slugging percentage. The Bulldogs’ .336 batting average last season marked the highest total since the 1958 squad hit at a .343 clip. Against conference opponents, there was no drop off offensively as Tech hit a blistering .363 against WAC schools. Although hampered with injuries to the pitching staff, the Bulldogs managed to put together several marquee wins in 2010 as LA Tech took key games against Baylor, Minnesota, Southern Miss and Fresno State. Against Minnesota, the Bulldogs took two-of-three against the defending Big 10 champions including the first ever game played at Target Field – the home of the Minnesota Twins. Despite being tabbed to finish near the bottom of the conference in 2009, Simoneaux led Bulldogs to a second place finish as the team littered their names throughout the LA Tech record books as the team finished the season with 408 total RBI (T-1st in Tech history), 92 homeruns (2nd in Tech history), a .323 team batting average (2nd in Tech history) and 438 runs scored (3rd in Tech history). Tech also ranked nationally in a number of offensive categories as the Bulldogs ended the season ranked 11th nationally in homeruns per game, 16th in total team home runs and 22nd in the nation in scoring.

The anchor of the offense in 2009 was NCBWA second team All-American honoree, Devon Dageford. The Beatrice, Nebraska native also received first team All-WAC and first team All-State honors while also being named Louisiana’s newcomer of the year. The right fielder broke the school’s single-season homerun record after launching 23 homers on the year as well as topping LA Tech’s chart’s with 168 total bases in 2009. He also recorded 68 RBI on the year (T-3rd in Tech history), 18 doubles (7th) and scored 59 runs (10th). Dageford was not alone in the 2009 team’s assault on the record books as third baseman/shortstop Chris Kersten set a new single-season school record with 20 doubles in a season while also recording 149 total bases (4th in Tech history) on his way to second team All-WAC. Joining Kersten as a second team All-WAC honoree was outfielder Patrick Thomas. The senior in 2009 recorded a .370 batting average while hitting seven homeruns, 47 RBI and 112 total bases. Thomas was second on the team behind only Dageford with 58 runs scored. Second baseman Kevin Winn did not receive first or second team All-WAC honors, but did earn ABCA South Central All-Region First Team honors and was also named All Ping! Baseball Third Team honorable mention. Winn recorded a magnificent season as he strung together the nation’s longest hitting streak since 200607. Between the 2008-09 seasons Winn put together a 33 game hitting streak on his way to 81 total hits on the season (T-3rd in Tech history). He also totaled 19 doubles (4th) and 63 RBI (10th). Kersten and Winn were each drafted in the 2009 MLB FirstYear Player Draft as well, moving the total number of Tech players drafted under Simoneaux to 11 in seven years. Kersten was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 39th round (1179th overall) while Winn was picked n the 26th round (774th overall) by the San Diego Padres. The three All-WAC selections in 2009 brought Simoneaux’s total to 21 former Bulldogs who have received all-WAC first team or second team honors in his seven seasons at Tech. After the conclusion of the 2008 season, six Bulldogs were selected in the Major League Baseball draft, the most in school history. They included pitcher Luke Burnett, outfielder Adam Cobb, first baseman Albie Goulder, pitcher/outfielder Jericho Jones and pitchers Alan Knotts and Dylan Moseley. All of the draftees signed with their respective major league teams but Moseley who has decided to return for his senior season. Before the draftees were given the opportunity to play baseball at the major league level, several players received numerous individual awards leading up to, during and at the conclusion of the 2008 season. Burnett was named to the 2008 Brooks Player of the Year Watch List prior to the start of the season. During the year, Goulder was named Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week (Feb. 25). Knotts followed Goulder’s efforts when he was awarded WAC Pitcher of the Week (Mar. 3), then Jones received the final weekly WAC hitter award when he was named WAC Hitter of the Week (May 19). At the end of the season, Jones and Cobb received all-WAC


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honors. Jones was named to the All-WAC First Team and Cobb was named to the All-WAC Second Team. Simoneaux was awarded WAC Coach of the Year in 2007. During the same season, former Louisiana Tech baseball standout Brian Rike received WAC Player of the Year honors and was the first player from Tech to receive the prestigious award. Rike was also named Second Team All-America by Baseball America and Louisville Slugger. He collected his third All-America honor when he was named Third Team All-America by the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings. In 2006, Jones was named WAC Freshman of the Year. During his award-winning season, he batted .375, collected 66 hits, 10 doubles, 16 home runs and 56 RBI. He was the first freshman to receive the award during Simoneaux’s reign. There have been many changes off the field, as well under Simoneaux. Among the changes include strong team discipline and the team’s involvement in community outreach programs. Simoneaux has orchestrated the renovation of J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park. The coaches and players have done almost all of the work as the facility has seen many changes and improvements. A new fence was installed and recently the team renovated its locker room, along with adding a new coat of paint on the stadium. The field is in its best shape in years due to the many hours Simoneaux, his staff and players have put in working on it. More than 400 new chairback seats were installed prior to the 2008 season, along with a new scoreboard and a new press box. Tech’s housing department aided in improving the look and feel of the ballpark by building apartments just beyond the left field wall. The addition of a new brick and wrought iron fence has also helped the stadium’s appearance. A visitor’s bullpen was added during the 2006-07 offseason down the right-field line. “There are a lot of things the guys have to buy into prior to this becoming a successful program. I will find the people to do this,” Simoneaux said. “It is going to be a slow but sure process. The facility is going to get better and the prospects we bring in are going to improve each year.” The Gonzales, La. native has been highly successful everywhere he has coached including seven years at Louisiana-Lafayette as Tony Robichaux’s top assistant before coming to Tech in August 2002. While at UL-Lafayette, Simoneaux was part of five NCAA Regional teams, two NCAA Super Regional squads and the 2000 Cajun squad that finished third at the College World Series. Simoneaux was invited to participate in the YES Baseball Clinics as a camp instructor in 2003. The clinics were held in conjunction with the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. A small handful of coaches are selected every year to participate in the annual event hosted by Creighton University. He also was the featured speaker at the American Legion National Convention in July 2005 in Indianapolis, Ind. In addition, Simoneaux and his staff were the featured speakers at the 2008 Louisiana Baseball Coaches Association Convention in Baton Rouge. Simoneaux was a big part of the success of the LouisianaLafayette baseball program, serving as the recruiting coordinator and coaching the hitters and infielders before taking the head job

at Tech. The Cajun hitters excelled under Simoneaux’s direction while posting a team batting average of at least .294 in his seven years as the hitting coach, and he earned the ULL Assistant Coach of the Year Award on two occasions. He has been a close follower of the Bulldog baseball program ever since the late Pat “Gravy” Patterson was the Bulldog skipper. Simoneaux graduated from Nicholls State in 1984 with a degree in business administration. He was a two-year starter at third base in 1982 and 1983. He also played at Central Florida Junior College in 1981 and served as one of the team’s captains. He was a finalist when Tech hired Randy Davis in 1996 and he again applied when Jeff Richardson was hired in 1999. The third time proved to be the charm for Simoneaux who was selected in the summer of 2002 to be the sixth head coach in the modern era of Tech baseball. Prior to his tenure at UL-Lafayette, Simoneaux served as head coach at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge from 1990-95. He chaired the committee for completion of a $1 million baseball facility facelift. Other career highlights include four American Legion World Series appearances and nine state championships in 11 summers. Of the 104 high school players that played for him during the summer, 99 went on to receive college scholarships to junior colleges or four-year schools and 14 have gone on to play Minor League Baseball. He received the National American Legion Coach of the Year award in 1991. Simoneaux served as the head baseball coach at Ascension Catholic High School (1986-89) and was an assistant at East Ascension High School for one year (1989-90). Simoneaux is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. He also served as chairman of the World Games, an international baseball tournament with proceeds benefiting cancer and leukemia research. He is also a member of the local Lions Club and the St. Thomas Church men’s club. Simoneaux has recently married the former Susan Newman of West Monroe. Their new family consists of Simoneaux’s son Thomas, Newman’s one son, Adam, who is in the United States Marine Corps, and her two daughters, Mary Alice, and Caroline.

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Brian Rountree is entering his 16th season at Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs pitching coach. His 16 years of service is one of the longest tenures of all coaches currently working at the university behind only head track and field coach Gary Stanley and football assistant coaches Pete Perot and Ed Jackson. Despite facing numerous injuries throughout the 2010 campaign, a total of 17 Bulldogs made an appearance on the mound, led by a senior Jamey Bradshaw and a duo of underclassmen in Trevor Petersen and Mike Jefferson who combined to toss 218.1 innings while fanning 175 batters. The LA Tech pitching staff accrued four complete games on the season as starting pitchers tossed five-plus innings on 33 occasions. This past June, Mike Jefferson became Rountree’s latest prospect to grab the eyes of the major league scouts as he was selected by the New York Mets in the 46th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. In 2009 Rountree coached an extremely young pitching staff that had just one senior on the staff in two-time MLB draftee Dylan Moseley. However, the young staff still helped the Bulldogs to a 29-22 record on the season. In the process, three youngsters emerged as possible rising stars on the staff in true freshmen Jeb Stefan and Kyle Roliard, and redshirt freshman Mike Jefferson. Stefan led the team in strikeouts while recording a 4-5 record in 13 games started while Roliard piled up a 4-0 record with 17 appearances out of the bullpen. Jefferson led Tech with 25 appearances while totaling a 3-3 record on the year. Under Rountree’s guidance, 13 Bulldog pitchers have been drafted or signed free agent contracts with professional baseball teams in the last ten seasons, including Luke Burnett, Jericho Jones, Alan Knotts and Dylan Moseley in 2008. Burnett was selected and signed by the Seattle Mariners. Jones was selected and signed by the Chicago Cubs. Knotts was selected and signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Moseley opted to return to Tech for his senior year after being selected by the Cubs. Of the 12 players drafted, three pitchers were selected in the first 30 rounds of the 2001 draft for the first time in school history. In all, six players from Tech were drafted in 2008, the most in school history. Adam Cobb and Albie Goulder joined Burnett, Jones, Knotts and Moseley as major league draftees from the 2008 team. Rountree is now focused on the continued development of the young Bulldogs staff. In addition to handling the duties as pitching coach, Rountree is Tech’s recruiting coordinator. The Atlanta, Ga., native has recruited most of the players on Tech’s current roster and has built a solid reputation as a hardworking recruiter. “Coach Rountree brings a professional approach to recruit-

ing and handles himself in a professional way,” Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux said. “He does an excellent job of bringing in excellent talent to this university.” In 2007, the South Carolina graduate helped mold a staff that tied a five-year-old school record for most strikeouts in a season with 452 and had two all-Western Athletic Conference selections in Andrew Alsup (first team) and Moseley (second team). Rountree also helped lead Burnett to the WAC strikeout title as he fanned 115 batters on the season. Burnett’s opponent’s batting average was a miniscule .221, also a league-best. “Brian’s tireless efforts at recruiting have put our ballclub in a position to compete in this conference,” Simoneaux said. “Since I’ve been here, our recruits have gotten better and better. And he has developed many pitchers that were borderline college pitchers when they got here into possible draft choices.” His 2002 pitching staff posted Tech’s lowest team ERA since 1993 at 4.71 despite playing nine games versus teams that advanced to the College World Series. Rountree originally came to Tech from South Carolina in 1996 with former Tech head coach Randy Davis. Simoneaux is the third head coach that Rountree has worked with at the university. Prior to coming to Tech, Rountree spent four years as an assistant at the University of South Carolina. Rountree is a 1990 graduate of South Carolina with a degree in criminal justice. Rountree spent the summer of 2001 as the head coach of a collegiate summer league team in Thomasville, N.C. The team competed in the Coastal Plains League. Rountree played baseball at South Carolina and spent two years in the Detroit Tigers organization after college. One season was spent in the Rookie League with Bristol (Tenn.) and one season with Fayetteville (N.C) of the South Atlantic League, which completed the baseball playing career of the 6-4 right-hander. While in college, Rountree led the Gamecocks in starts and strikeouts as a junior and again as a senior. Rountree was the captain of the 1989 Gamecock squad that advanced to the NCAA Tournament in Miami, Fla. His 125 strikeouts in 1988 still rank as the seventh best single season total in USC history. Rountree recorded 13 wins in two years at South Carolina. He transferred to USC after a standout career at DeKalb Junior College in Georgia. While at DeKalb, Rountree earned All-America honors as a sophomore with a 12-1 mark and a 0.78 earned run average. He was also named 1987 Georgia Junior College Player of the Year. In high school, Rountree was a standout at North Clayton High School in Atlanta. He shattered the school mark for career wins with 26 and still holds most of the school’s career records. One of Rountree’s favorite aspects in coaching is building relationships with the players as they improve over time. “Watching players develop in our program on the field and in the classroom is a rewarding experience,” Rountree said. “I enjoy seeing our players set goals, work their plan and accomplish them.” Rountree is married to the former Kim Dupree of San Diego, Calif. and has two daughters, Caysee and Shelby Griffith.


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ASSISTANT COACH • NINTH SEASON UPPER IOWA, 2000

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Entering his ninth season as the hitting coach for Bulldog baseball, Fran Andermann will once again lead a high-powered offense onto the field during the 2011 campaign as Tech returns 20 letterman including four starters who belted 10-plus homeruns last season. Under Andermann’s tutelage Louisiana Tech baseball fans have seen some of the most prolific hitting teams in Tech history over the past eight years. During the 2010 season Andermann’s offense shattered four single-season school records for hits (697), runs (484), doubles (141) and RBI (441) while a total of five student-athletes were tabbed all-WAC. In total, the Bulldogs finished the season ranked amongst the NCAA leaders in 10 offensive categories including rankings in the top 25 in team batting average, scoring, home runs per game and slugging percentage. The Bulldogs’ .336 batting average last season marked the highest total since the 1958 squad hit at a .343 clip. Against conference opponents, there was no drop off offensively as Tech hit a blistering .363 against WAC schools. Andermann’s instruction not only directly correlated to numerous team records falling, but he was also instrumental in various individual marks being set – most notably with NCBWA Pre-Season First Team All-American and ABCA All-South Central Region performer, Devon Dageford. In just two years under Andermann’s instruction, Dageford ranked sixth in school history for career batting average at .378, fourth in career home runs (40) and tied for 10th in school history with 325 total bases. Furthermore, the slugger established a new school record with 21 doubles in a season while his 85 hits in a season was the second most in program history. In 2009 Louisiana Tech hitters etched their names into the Tech record books in a number of different categories offensively. As a team the Bulldogs tied the 2007 team’s record of 408 RBI in a season. The team also hit 92 homeruns which was second most all-time at LA Tech. The team also totaled the second highest batting average ever at Tech at .323 as well as scoring the third most runs in Tech history with 438, trailing only the 2007 and 1988 teams. Tech’s offense was also ranked nationally in a number of categories. The Bulldogs ranked 11th nationally in homeruns per game, 13th in slugging percentage, 16th in total team home runs, 22nd in the nation in scoring, 46th in batting average and 64th in total runs scored. 2008’s team had its fair share of stars in the outfield as well. Jericho Jones finished the season leading the team with

a .364 batting average and a .611 slugging percentage, earning All-WAC First Team honors. Centerfielder Adam Cobb concluded the season in the top three of several statistical categories among the Bulldogs, including batting average, hits, runs, doubles, triples and stolen bases. He was awarded All-WAC Second Team honors. Tech recorded one of its most productive seasons offensively in history in 2007 with an overall batting average of .310. The team compiled the most hits (642), runs (447) and RBIs (408) in Tech history. Under Andermann’s leadership, outfielder Brian Rike was named Tech’s first-ever WAC Player of the Year with a .346 average, 20 home runs and 66 RBI. Rike was also named to three All-America teams after the 2007 season. The 2006 team had an overall batting average of .311, third-best in Tech history, and hit 64 home runs. Led by freshman Jericho Jones who was not only awarded WAC Freshman of the Year, but he was also named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team. Jones batted .370 on the year and slugged 16 home runs. His home run total shattered the previous freshman home run total, which was 13 home runs, set by T.J. Soto in 1996. While helping produce some of the best hitting teams in school history Andermann has had 15 former hitters receive All-WAC honors. Two of the 15 received the award twice, Brandon Hudson (2005 & 2006) and Jericho Jones (2006 & 2007). Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux hired Andermann after becoming head coach in August 2002. “Fran brings a lot of baseball experience to the table, he coached with me for 15 years in American Legion and Connie Mack baseball,” Simoneaux said. During his tenure, Andermann’s team accomplished 10 state American Legion titles, four American Legion World Series appearances, one Connie Mack state title and one Connie Mack World Series appearance. He also has seven years of major league scouting experience. Andermann is married to his wife Pamela and has two daughters, Lindsay and Cassie. Lindsay is married to Jerehmiar Maturin of New Iberia and the couple has three children. Cassie is married to Jules Guste of Slidel and they have one child. Both couples reside in Houston, Texas. Andermann is a 1968 graduate of Ascension Catholic High School and a 2000 graduate of Upper Iowa University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in management. He also served in the United States Marine Corps and brings a strong, discipline approach to the game. “Fran has become one of the best hitting instructors in the South,” Simoneaux said. “His relentless work ethic has turned many average hitters into exceptional hitters. His hands-on approach has made a tremendous difference in the way our guys perform.”

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ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON LSU-SHREVEPORT, 2009

Dr. David Szymanski begins his fourth season as a member of the Bulldog baseball staff after joining in 2007 as a volunteer assistant. He is now the strength and conditioning coach. He is a full-time assistant professor of exercise physiology in the Department of Kinesiology at Tech. “It would be hard to replace what Coach Szymanski does with our players in the weight room and with their run techniques,” Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux said. “He does an outstanding job year-round.” Szymanski is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with distinction through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and has been involved in training baseball players since 1992. Before coming to Tech, he served as the exercise physiologist for the Auburn University Baseball Team where he trained, tested and evaluated the players’ athletic performance. Through his evaluation, Szymanski established baseball-specific workouts and training methods. He has continued the same regime with the Bulldogs. This year, the Bulldog batters will also perform vision training using Vizual Edge® Performance Training software in attempts to further enhance their “on-field” hitting performance. Szymanski played at Texas Lutheran and later served as an assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator for the Southwestern Athletic Conference school for four years. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the NSCA. He has had multiple articles published on ways to improve baseball performance and has given presentations on sport-specific training and ways to improve throwing and bat swing velocity. In the fall of 2006 he completed a 12-week training study in which players from five local high schools participated. Szymanski also has been collecting baseball-specific data, including strength, power, speed, agility, body composition, and throwing and bat velocities for the last three years with the players on Tech’s team. He presented his findings at the NSCA’s National Conference in Las Vegas last summer. He completed his bachelor’s degree in fine arts and kinesiology at Texas Lutheran and completed his master’s in physical education at Texas State, before earning his doctorate in exercise physiology at Auburn. A native of LaGrange, Ill., Szymanski is married to the former Jessica Gaytan of Seguin, Texas. Jessica was an AllAmerican middle blocker for the Texas Lutheran volleyball team and is an interim instructor in the Department of Kinesiology. The couple has two sons, Dawson (6) and Justin (4).

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A native of Baton Rouge, Porche began his collegiate career at Tech prior to transferring to Louisiana State University in Shreveport where he was instrumental in the Pilot’s first ever regular season Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship team in 2005. During his four seasons in Shreveport, Porche led LSUS to three consecutive GCAC tournament championships from 2006-08 as the squad finished as the Region XIII runners-up on three occasions. “He has tremendous catching experience,” said Simoneaux. “He is the son of a coach and he is a good kid and a family man. He’ll work with our catchers predominantly and be our bullpen coach during the season while helping out with scouting reports. He’s a good young man that will work hard for us.” While in school, Porche assisted LSUS associate head coach Chris Bertrand with the Gametime Academy Angels 18U baseball team during the summer of 2007 and 2008. The Angles notched back-to-back quarterfinal appearances in the Premier Baseball World Championships while totaling four tournament titles. After his eligibility expired as a student-athlete, Porche spent the 2009 season as a student assistant under head coach Rocke Musgraves while finishing his undergraduate degree before he was promoted to graduate assistant during the 2010 season. As a graduate assistant, Porche instructed both outfielders and catchers while assisting Musgraves with the Pilot offense as the team captured the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament Championship in 2010. Under the direction of Porche, the LSUS offense established single-season school records in runs scored (614), walks (366) and homeruns (103) during the 2009 campaign. In his two seasons on the Pilots coaching staff, Porche instructed OF Chase Wentz, an 18th round selection in the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft and C Andrew Brouillette, a 2010 all-American honoree. Porche will assist with the development of Tech’s catchers and will serve as the bullpen coach during the season. In addition to helping out in the scouting department for the Bulldogs, Porche will also assist Dr. David Szymanski with the strength and conditioning program. Currently pursuing a masters of kinesiology in sports performance at Louisiana Tech, Porche is married to the former Crystal Jones of Bossier City.

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JOSH BLAUM

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ATHLETIC TRAINER • FIRST SEASON NORTHERN KENTUCKY, 2010

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Josh Blaum enters his first year with the Louisiana Tech Sports Medicine department as a Graduate Assistant covering women’s soccer and baseball. Blaum is a graduate at Northern Kentucky University where he received his B.S. in Athletic Training. While at NKU, he worked with the men’s basketball team, men’s baseball team, completed a high school rotation, worked with football at Thomas More College, and finished 2 semesters at St. Elizabeth Sports Medicine all while pitching his final two years with the Norse.

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Kim Tanner is now in her third year as office coordinator for the Bulldog baseball team after working the previous four years in the women’s basketball and women’s soccer office. Tanner also handles the secretarial duties for softball, golf, tennis, and facilities. She transferred to her previous job after working for seven years as office coordinator in the college of education at Louisiana Tech. Prior to that, she worked for three years in the school of performing arts at Tech. The Farmerville, La., native handles the business aspects of the program, while helping with all the travel reservations and handling the accounting duties in the office. Kim has been a die-hard Bulldog and Lady Techster fan since 1979 and has traveled all over the country following the Lady Techster basketball team, attending seven of the eight national championship games in which Tech participated, including the championship seasons of 1981 and 1982. Kim is married to Travis Tanner.

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FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS

HAWAI’I RAINBOW WARRIORS

May 6-8 | J.C. Love Field | Ruston, La.

April 15-18 | Les Murakami Stadium | Honolulu, HI

WAC SERIES MEETINGS

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WAC SERIES MEETINGS

Location: Fresno, Calif. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 21,389 Colors: Bulldog Red and Blue President: Dr. John D. Welty Athletic Director: Thomas Boeh

YEAR SITE RESULT 2002 Ruston, La. L 1-14 Ruston, La. L 0-2 Ruston, La. L 2-3 Fresno, Calif. L 0-1 Fresno, Calif. L 2-3 Fresno, Calif. L 5-6 2003 Fresno, Calif. L 5-9 Fresno, Calif. L 5-8 Fresno, Calif. L 4-8 Ruston, La. W 9-8 Ruston, La. L 3-7 Ruston, La. W 12-7 2004 Fresno, Calif. W 11-8 Fresno, Calif. L 3-11 Fresno, Calif. L 4-12 Ruston, La. L 10-12 Ruston, La. W 6-5 Ruston, La. W 13-12 2005 Ruston, La. W 2-1 Ruston, La. W 5-2 Ruston, La. W 10-7 Fresno, Calif. L 1-12 Fresno, Calif. L 9-13 Fresno, Calif. L 8-10 2006 Ruston, La. W 5-4 [12] Ruston, La. W 5-4 [10] Ruston, La. W 1-0 2007 Ruston, La. L 8-11 Ruston, La. W 5-3 Ruston, La. W 8-6 Fresno, Calif. W 10-5 Fresno, Calif. L 1-3 Fresno, Calif. L 2-8 Reno, Nev. L 2-4 2008 Fresno, Calif. L 5-14 Fresno, Calif. L 8-9 Fresno, Calif. L 1-11 Fresno, Calif. L 0-8 2009 Ruston, La. W 11-9 Ruston, La. W 17-5 [7] Ruston, La. W 14-12 Ruston, La. W 14-6 2010 Fresno, Calif. W 13-7 Fresno, Calif. W 13-5 Fresno, Calif. L 4-14 Fresno, Calif. L 2-12 [8]

Location: Honolulu, HI Founded: 1907 Enrollment: 20,000 Colors: Green, Black, White & Silver Chancellor: Virginia Hinshaw Athletic Director: Jim Donovan

YEAR SITE RESULT 2002 Ruston, La. L 4-6 Ruston, La. W 6-5 Ruston, La. W 2-1 Honolulu, HI L 4-8 Honolulu, HI W 7-0 Honolulu, HI W 8-6 2003 Ruston, La. W 6-5 Ruston, La. W 7-6 Ruston, La. L 1-4 Honolulu, HI W 8-3 Honolulu, HI L 1-8 Honolulu, HI L 1-11 2004 Ruston, La. W 7-6 [10] Ruston, La. L 7-13 Ruston, La. L 1-8 Honolulu, HI L 4-8 Honolulu, HI L 1-9 Honolulu, HI W 1-0 2005 Honolulu, HI L 6-8 Honolulu, HI W 5-2 Honolulu, HI W 9-6 Ruston, La. L 4-5 Ruston, La. L 4-7 2006 Honolulu, HI W 6-1 Honolulu, HI W 5-4 Ruston, La. L 1-9 Ruston, La. L 2-9 Ruston, La. L 6-7 Ruston, La. L 3-5 Fresno, Calif. L 0-8 Fresno, Calif. L 2-8 2007 Honolulu, HI L 4-7 Honolulu, HI W 10-9 Honolulu, HI L 2-7 2008 Ruston, La. L 7-13 Ruston, La. L 4-8 Ruston, La. W 14-4 Ruston, La. W 10-9 2009 Honolulu, HI W 5-1 Honolulu, HI W 8-5 Honolulu, HI W 8-4 Honolulu, HI W 8-7 Honolulu, HI* W 4-3 2010 Ruston, La. L 0-10 Ruston, La. W 9-5 Ruston, La. L 13-14 Ruston, La. W 14-6

ALL-TIME SERIES LA Tech vs. FS all-time: 23-25 Ruston: 16-6 Fresno: 4-18 Neutral Site: 0-1 Under Simoneaux: 20-19 First Meeting: 2002 (L, 1-14)

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility: Pat Beiden Field Dimensions: 330-370-400-370-330 Year Opened: 1966 Press Box Phone: 559.278.7678

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record: 38-25 2010 WAC Record: 16-8 2010 Postseason: None 2010 Final Ranking: NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 21/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 4/0 Top Returning Position Players: 1B Jordan Ribera, Sr. (.343, 27, 69) SS Garrett Weber, Sr. (.387, 1, 38) Top Returning Pitchers: RHP Greg Gonzalez, Sr. (8-2, 6.54, 73) LHP Josh Poytress, Jr. (6-6, 5.87, 60)

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Batesole Alma Mater: Cal State Fullerton, ‘90 Career: 545-378-1 at Fresno State: 289-220 Assistant Coaches: Pat Waer Steve Rousey Mike Curran Baseball Office Phone: 559.278.2178

ALL-TIME SERIES LA Tech vs. Hawai’i all-time: 23-24 Ruston: 9-14 Honolulu: 14-8 Neutral Site: 0-2 Under Simoneaux: 19-22 First Meeting: 2002 (L, 4-6)

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility: Les Murakami Stadium Dimensions: Year Opened: 1984 Press Box Phone: 808.956.6253

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record: 35-28 2010 WAC Record: 12-12 2010 Postseason: Tempe Regional 2010 Final Ranking: NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 21/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 8/5 Top Returning Position Players: OF Collin Bennett, Jr. (.323, 5, 49) 2B Kolten Wong, Jr. (.341, 11, 52) Top Returning Pitchers: RHP Lenny Linsky, Jr. (4-0, 1.64, 28, 12) RHP Alex Capaul, Sr. (6-2, 5.65, 44)

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Trapasso Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, ‘87 Career: 280-244 at Hawai’i: 280-244 Assistant Coaches: Chad Konishi Rusty McNamara Carl Fraticelli Baseball Office Phone: 808.956.6247

MEDIA INFORMATION

MEDIA INFORMATION

Baseball Contact: Theresa Kurtz Office Phone: 559.278.4881 Office Fax: 559-278-4689 Cell Phone: 559-389-1954 E-Mail: tkurtz@csufresno.edu Website: www.gobulldogs.com

Baseball Contact: John Barry Office Phone: 808.956.7506 Office Fax: 808.956.4470 Cell Phone: 808.292.1462 E-Mail: jbarry@hawaii.edu Website: www.hawaiiathletics.com

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NEVADA WOLF PACK

NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES

April 29-1 | J.C. Love Field | Ruston, La.

April 9-10 | J.C. Love Field | Ruston, La.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Founded: Enrollment: Colors: President: Athletic Director:

Reno, Nevada 1874 18,000 Navy Blue & Silver Dr. Milton Glick Cary Groth

ALL-TIME SERIES LA Tech vs. Nevada: 8-34 Ruston: 5-13 Reno: 3-20 Neutral Site: 0-1 Under Simoneaux: 6-30 First Meeting: 2002 (L, 2-4)

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Facility: Peccole Park Dimensions: 340-383-401-383-340 Year Opened: N/A Press Box Phone: 775.784.1585

TEAM INFORMATION

CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

2010 Record: 36-22-1 2010 WAC Record: 14-9-1 2010 Postseason: None 2010 Final Ranking: NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 16/15 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 3/1 Top Returning Position Players: DH Brock Stassi, Sr. (.364, 9, 42) LF Nick Melino, Jr. (.388, 7, 35) Top Returning Pitchers: RHP Mat Keplinger, Sr. (1-1, 6.92, 5) LHP Brock Stassi, Sr. (7-4, 3.43, 67)

WAC SERIES MEETINGS

GENERAL INFORMATION

WAC SERIES MEETINGS

YEAR SITE RESULT 2002 Reno, NV L 2-4 Reno, NV L 8-10 Reno, NV W 4-2 Ruston, La. L 7-8 Ruston, La. W 13-7 Ruston, La. L 9-11 2003 Reno, NV L 3-10 Reno, NV L 5-8 Reno, NV L 6-11 Ruston, La. W 8-3 Ruston, La. L 1-7 Ruston, La. L 3-14 2004 Ruston, La. L 7-13 Ruston, La. L 4-15 Ruston, La. L 9-27 Reno, NV L 3-19 Reno, NV L 2-11 Reno, NV L 0-4 2005 Ruston, La. L 5-11 Ruston, La. L 3-4 Reno, NV L 2-10 Reno, NV L 6-9 Reno, NV L 3-1 2006 Ruston, La. W 10-8 Ruston, La. W 11-0 Ruston, La. L 5-11 2007 Reno, NV L 7-9 Reno, NV L 0-9 Reno, NV W 11-10 2008 Reno, NV L 6-11 Reno, NV L 3-14 Reno, NV L 6-7 Reno, NV L 4-6 2009 Ruston, La. L 5-8 Ruston, La. L 7-11 Ruston, La. L 1-4 [7] Ruston, La. W 17-14 2010 Reno, NV L 5-8 Reno, NV W 14-8 Reno, NV L 1-18 Reno, NV L 5-10 Mesa, AZ L 1-3

Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 16,428 Colors: Crimson and White President: Dr. Barbara Couture Athletic Director: Dr. McKinley Boston

YEAR SITE RESULT 2006 Las Cruces, NM L 2-5 Las Cruces, NM L 4-5 Las Cruces, NM L 7-8 Ruston, La. W 5-1 Ruston, La. L 4-5 Ruston, La. W 12-8 2007 Ruston, La. W 5-1 Ruston, La. W 16-10 Ruston, La. W 12-5 2008 Las Cruces, NM W 5-4 Las Cruces, NM L 11-14 Las Cruces, NM W 7-6 Las Cruces, NM L 13-15 2009 Ruston, La. W 6-5 Ruston, La. L 0-16 [7] Ruston, La. W 17-9 Ruston, La. L 3-8 Honolulu, HI L 5-6 2010 Las Cruces, NM L 10-11 Las Cruces, NM L 13-16 Las Cruces, NM L 6-10 Las Cruces, NM L 8-22

ALL-TIME SERIES LA Tech vs. NMSU all-time: 9-13 Ruston: 7-3 Las Cruces: 2-9 Neutral Site: 0-1 Under Simoneaux: 9-13 First Meeting: 2006 (L, 2-5)

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility: Presley Askew Field Dimensions: 345-385-400-385-345 Year Opened: N/A Press Box Phone: 575.646.5700

TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record: 36-23-1 2010 WAC Record: 14-9-1 2010 Postseason: None 2010 Final Ranking: NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/14 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/9 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 3/0 Top Returning Position Players: SS Ryan Aguayo, Sr. (.365, 12, 66) CF Wes Starkes, Sr. (.364, 1, 39) Top Returning Pitchers: LHP Ryan Beck, So. (3-1, 6.90, 52) RHP Tyler Mack, So. (6-1, 6.50, 47)

COACHING INFORMATION

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach: Gary Powers Alma Mater: Nevada, ‘71 Career: 856-674-5 at Nevada: 856-674-5 Assistant Coaches: Chris Pfatenhauer Buddy Gouldsmith Ryan Zluticky Baseball Office Phone: 775.682.6978

Head Coach: Rocky Ward Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, ‘88 Career: 334-351-2 at New Mexico State: 334-351-2 Assistant Coaches: Chase Tidwell Gary Ward J.T. Bloodworth Baseball Office Phone: 575.646.7693

MEDIA INFORMATION

MEDIA INFORMATION

Baseball Contact: Jack Kuestermeyer Office Phone: 775.682.6984 Office Fax: 775.784.4386 Cell Phone: 775.240.6251 E-Mail: jkuester@unr.edu Website: www.nevadawolfpack.com

Baseball Contact: Eddie Morelos Office Phone: 575.646.3269 Office Fax: N/A Cell Phone: 575-642-5746 E-Mail: emorelos@nmsu.edu Website: www.nmstatesports.com

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SAN JOSE STATE SPARTANS

May 20-22 | Hornet Field | Sacramento, Calif.

April 21-23 | Municipal Stadium | San Jose, Calif.

WAC SERIES MEETINGS

GENERAL INFORMATION

WAC SERIES MEETINGS

Location: Sacramento, Calif. Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 29,241 Colors: Green and Gold President: Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director: Dr. Terry Wanless

YEAR SITE RESULT 2006 Sacramento, CA W 10-7 Sacramento, CA L 10-11 Sacramento, CA L 1-2 Fresno, CA W 14-9 2007 Ruston, La. L 2-4 Ruston, La. W 13-5 Ruston, La. L 5-7 Sacramento, CA W 5-2 Sacramento, CA W 6-3 Sacramento, CA W 8-1 2008 Ruston, La. L 2-17 Ruston, La. L 7-13 Ruston, La. L 4-6 2009 Sacramento, CA L 7-8 Sacramento, CA L 6-8 Sacramento, CA W 7-4 Sacramento, CA W 10-5 2010 Ruston, La. W 17-11 Ruston, La. W 27-12 [7] Ruston, La. W 5-4 Ruston, La. W 7-2

Location: San Jose, Calif. Founded: 1857 Enrollment: 29,200 Colors: Gold, White and Blue President: Don W. Kassing Athletic Director: Tom Brown

YEAR SITE RESULT 2002 San Jose, Calif. W 3-2 San Jose, Calif. L 3-11 San Jose, Calif. L 4-5 Ruston, La. L 7-13 Ruston, La. L 5-8 Ruston, La. L 0-5 2003 Ruston, La. W 3-2 Ruston, La. W 7-5 Ruston, La. W 10-1 San Jose, Calif. L 0-7 San Jose, Calif. L 1-3 San Jose, Calif. W 5-1 2004 San Jose, Calif. W 11-4 San Jose, Calif. L 2-10 San Jose, Calif. L 3-4 [11] Ruston, La. W 5-4 Ruston, La. W 9-1 Ruston, La. W 7-5 2005 San Jose, Calif. W 4-2 San Jose, Calif. L 0-1 San Jose, Calif. L 0-4 Ruston, La. L 4-8 [12] Ruston, La. W 7-6 Ruston, La. L 8-10 2006 San Jose, Calif. L 0-2 San Jose, Calif. L 2-6 San Jose, Calif. W 8-2 2007 Ruston, La. L 2-6 Ruston, La. W 12-9 Ruston, La. W 7-1 Reno, NV L 1-11 2008 Ruston, La. L 6-11 Ruston, La. W 7-2 Ruston, La. W 12-11 [14] San Jose, Calif. L 1-11 San Jose, Calif. L 3-8 San Jose, Calif. L 2-3 San Jose, Calif. L 2-4 2009 San Jose, Calif. L 5-11 San Jose, Calif. L 0-6 San Jose, Calif. L 4-15 [8] San Jose, Calif. L 7-8 Honolulul, HI L 3-14 [7] 2010 Ruston, La. W 14-1 [7] Ruston, La. L 2-8 Ruston, La. L 6-12 Ruston, La. W 10-2

ALL-TIME SERIES LA Tech vs. Sacramento State: 12-9 Ruston: 5-5 Sacramento: 6-4 Neutral Site: 1-0 Under Simoneaux: 12-9 First Meeting: 2006 (W, 10-7)

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility: Hornet Field Dimensions: 333-400-333 Year Opened: N/A Press Box Phone: 916.889.6643

ALL-TIME SERIES LA Tech vs. SJSU all-time: 18-29 Ruston: 13-8 San Jose: 5-19 Neutral Site: 0-2 Under Simoneaux: 17-23 First Meeting: 2002 (W, 3-2)

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility: Municipal Stadium Dimensions: 320-365-390-365-329 Year Opened: N/A Press Box Phone: 408.924.7267

TEAM INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

2010 Record: 18-35-1 2010 WAC Record: 7-17 2010 Postseason: None 2010 Final Ranking: NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 14/17 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/6 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 7/5 Top Returning Position Players: INF Trevor Paine, Sr. (.381, 10, 44) INF Blake Miller, So. (.292, 2, 21) Top Returning Pitchers: RHP Andrew Galvan, Sr. (1-4, 4.98, 22, 6) RHP James Chamberlin, Sr. (3-2, 5.04, 21)

2010 Record: 23-37 2010 WAC Record: 9-15 2010 Postseason: None 2010 Final Ranking: NR Starters Returning/Lost: 16/13 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 10/4 Top Returning Position Players: OF Jason Martin, Sr. (.373, 2, 23) OF Tim Qulery So. (.344, 1, 25) Top Returning Pitchers: RHP Sean Martin, Jr. (2-3, 5.12, 35)

COACHING INFORMATION

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach: Reggie Christiansen Alma Mater: Menlo, ‘98 Career: 96-13 at Sacramento State: First Season Assistant Coaches: Tommy Nicholson Thad Johnson John Callahan Baseball Office Phone: 916.278.6896

Head Coach: Sam Piraro Alma Mater: San Jose State, ‘75 Career: 749-577-6 at New Mexico State: 749-577-6 Assistant Coaches: Tom Kunis Jeff Pritchard Corey Valine Baseball Office Phone: 408.924.1255

MEDIA INFORMATION

MEDIA INFORMATION

Baseball Contact: Joe Waltasti Office Phone: 916.278.6896 Office Fax: 916.278.5429 Cell Phone: 916.889.6643 E-Mail: waltasti@csus.edu Website: www.hornetsports.com

Baseball Contact: Richard Stern Office Phone: 408.924.1208 Office Fax: 408.924.1291 Cell Phone: 408.318.8111 E-Mail: richard.stern@sjsu.edu Website: www.sjsuspartans.com

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2010 WAC REVIEW FINAL STANDINGS WAC Games � Fresno State New Mexico State Nevada Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech San Jose State Sacramento State

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FIRST TEAM

WAC TOURNAMENT HOHOKAM STADIUM MESA, ARIZONA

Bobby Coyle, DH, Jr., Fresno State Greg Gonzalez, SP, Jr., Fresno State Jordan Ribera, 1B, Jr., Fresno State Dusty Robinson, OF, So., Fresno State Greg Garcia, SS, Jr., Hawai‘i Lenny Linsky, RP, So., Hawai‘i Jeffrey Van Doornum, DH, Jr., Hawai‘i Kolten Wong, 2B, So., Hawai‘i Devon Dageford, OF, Sr., Louisiana Tech Mark Threlkeld, 3B, So., Louisiana Tech Shaun Kort, 1B, Sr., Nevada Brock Stassi, SP, Jr., Nevada Leo Aguirre, 1B, Sr., New Mexico State Blake McFarland, SP, Jr., San Jose State Corey Valine, 3B/UTI, Sr., San Jose State

SECOND TEAM

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Danny Muno, 2B, Jr., Fresno State Josh Poytress, SP, So., Fresno State Garrett Weber, SS, Jr., Fresno State Josh Slaats, SP, Jr., Hawai‘i Clint Ewing, C, Jr., Louisiana Tech Joey Ford, 2B, Jr., Louisiana Tech Alex Williams, DH, So., Louisiana Tech Brian Barnett, OF, Jr., Nevada Jeremy Cole, SP, Jr., Nevada Tyler Graham, RP, Sr., Nevada Nick Melino, OF, So., Nevada Brock Stassi, UTI, Jr., Nevada Ryan Aguayo, SS, Jr., New Mexico State Trevor Paine, DH, Jr., Sacramento State Josh Powers, 1B, Sr., Sacramento State Player of the Year: Jordan Ribera, Jr., Fresno State Pitcher of the Year: Brock Stassi, Jr., Nevada Freshman of the Year: Zack Jones, San Jose State Coach of the Year: Mike Batesole, Fresno State

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26 Game 1: #4 Hawai’i 8, #5 LA Tech 7 (10) Game 2: #6 SJSU 6, #3 Nevada 0 THURSDAY, MAY 27 Game 3: #3 Nevada 3, #5 LA Tech 1 Game 4: #4 Hawai’i 13, #2 NMSU 7 Game 5: #1 Fresno 12, #6 SJSU 10 FRIDAY, MAY 28 Game 6: #3 Nevada 5, #2 NMSU 4 Game 7: #6 SJSU 7, #3 Nevada 6 Game 8: #4 Hawai’i 11, #1 Fresno 3 SATURDAY, MAY 29 Game 9: #1 Fresno 13, #6 SJSU 1 Game 10: #1 Fresno 14, #4 Hawai’i 5 SUNDAY, MAY 30 Game 11: #4 Hawai’i 9, #1 Fresno 6

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM David Freitas, C, Hawai‘i Kolten Wong, INF, Hawai‘i Danny Muno, INF, Fresno State Jordan Ribera, INF, Fresno State Karson Klauer, INF, San Jose State Collin Bennett, OF, Hawai‘i Nate Shaver, OF, New Mexico State Brennan Gowens, OF, Fresno State Tom Jameson, P, Nevada Blake McFarland, P, San Jose State Bobby Coyle, DH, Fresno State MVP: Kolten Wong, Hawai‘i

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TEAM BATTING G Avg AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------New Mexico State.... 60 .349 2224 613 776 150 17 104 382 438 27-33 Louisiana Tech...... 57 .336 2073 484 697 141 8 81 193 391 50-76 Fresno State........ 63 .322 2211 476 712 137 19 88 235 393 48-65 Nevada.............. 59 .308 2009 452 619 148 26 71 269 407 85-110 San Jose State...... 60 .288 2053 322 591 97 8 28 182 299 41-67 Hawai`i............. 63 .287 2103 376 604 94 17 58 259 407 44-65 Sacramento State.... 54 .280 1866 311 523 90 10 48 207 378 41-56 Totals.............. 208 .311 14539 3034 4522 857 105 478 1727 2713 336-472 TEAM PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER BB SO -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hawai`i............. 63 5.09 35 28 18 548.0 637 366 310 173 416 Nevada.............. 59 5.21 36 22 17 500.2 545 352 290 216 312 Fresno State........ 63 6.05 38 25 10 542.2 701 420 365 237 396 San Jose State...... 60 6.34 23 37 6 515.0 668 406 363 241 343 Sacramento State.... 54 6.45 18 35 7 464.2 593 387 333 206 293 Louisiana Tech...... 57 7.33 27 30 4 478.2 625 456 390 283 377 New Mexico State.... 60 7.46 36 22 12 513.2 732 511 426 249 423 Totals.............. 208 6.26 213 199 74 3563.1 4501 2898 2477 1605 2560 TEAM FIELDING G PO A E Pct DP PB SBA-ATT --------------------------------------------------------------------San Jose State...... 60 1545 643 62 .972 64 15 61-84 Hawai`i............. 63 1644 706 77 .968 66 8 64-107 Nevada.............. 59 1502 622 72 .967 50 6 63-81 Fresno State........ 63 1628 723 80 .967 65 7 37-54 Sacramento State.... 54 1394 555 75 .963 43 13 52-70 New Mexico State.... 60 1541 640 95 .958 64 20 53-71 Louisiana Tech...... 57 1436 541 92 .956 35 19 47-73 Totals.............. 208 10690 4430 553 .965 387 88 377-540

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Min 1.0 IP/Team game App ERA W-L Sv IP H R ER BB SO ----------------------------------------------------------------------Stassi, Brock-NEV......... 13 3.43 7-4 0 78.2 71 36 30 25 67 McFarland, Blake-SJSU..... 15 3.62 7-4 0 99.1 109 49 40 27 71 Slaats, Josh-UH........... 17 3.77 5-4 0 74.0 72 40 31 33 75 Jameson, Tom-NEV.......... 15 3.84 6-1 2 65.2 74 39 28 18 30 Spangler, Sam-UH.......... 15 4.42 5-6 0 73.1 80 40 36 33 62 Cole, Jeremy-NEV.......... 17 4.95 4-3 2 72.2 77 50 40 18 30 Darrah, Jesse-SAC......... 14 5.07 3-6 0 81.2 83 52 46 32 55 Garcia, Chris-NEV......... 13 5.07 6-3 0 60.1 56 37 34 37 47 Martin, Sean-SJSU......... 15 5.12 2-3 0 70.1 83 46 40 26 35 Sisto, Matt-UH............ 15 5.27 5-5 0 71.2 86 46 42 16 48 Robertson, Charlie-FS..... 17 5.47 5-3 0 74.0 97 51 45 29 41 Jefferson, Mike-LTU....... 19 5.60 4-4 0 72.1 64 52 45 59 69 Capaul, Alex-UH........... 21 5.65 6-2 0 71.2 91 52 45 14 44 Bradshaw, Jamey-LTU....... 14 5.77 4-2 0 73.1 86 53 47 30 64 Poytress, Josh-FS......... 21 5.87 6-6 0 76.2 97 58 50 36 60

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RUNS SCORED ----------Ryan Aguayo-NMSU.......... Muno, Danny-FS............ Shaver, Nate-NMSU......... Robinson, Dusty-FS........ Ribera, Jordan-FS.........

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RUNS BATTED IN -------------Barnett, Brian-NEV........ Perkins, Chace-NMSU....... Ribera, Jordan-FS......... Coyle, Bobby-FS........... Ryan Aguayo-NMSU..........

71 70 69 68 66

DOUBLES ------Kort, Shaun-NEV........... Barnett, Brian-NEV........ Coyle, Bobby-FS........... Dageford, Devon-LTU....... Ribera, Jordan-FS.........

24 21 21 21 20

TRIPLES ------Garcia, Greg-UH........... Stassi, Brock-NEV......... Starkes, Wesley-NMSU...... 7 tied with 4 triple(s)

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HOME RUNS --------Ribera, Jordan-FS......... Barnett, Brian-NEV........ Perkins, Chace-NMSU....... Dageford, Devon-LTU....... Robinson, Dusty-FS........

27 18 17 17 16

TOTAL BASES ----------Ribera, Jordan-FS......... Barnett, Brian-NEV........ Dageford, Devon-LTU....... Coyle, Bobby-FS........... Ryan Aguayo-NMSU..........

191 157 157 152 148

STOLEN BASES SB-ATT ---------------------------------Moss, Westley-NEV......... 21-27 Wong, Kolten-UH........... 19-26 Rodland, Kevin-NEV........ 16-21 Stubbs, Clint-LTU......... 16-24 Gowens, Brennan-FS........ 11-16 STRIKEOUTS IP SO ------------------------------------Slaats, Josh-UH........... 74.0 75 Gonzalez, Greg-FS......... 63.1 73 McFarland, Blake-SJSU..... 99.1 71 Jefferson, Mike-LTU....... 72.1 69 Stassi, Brock-NEV......... 78.2 67

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INDIVIDUAL BATTING Min 2.5 AB/Team game G Avg AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB --------------------------------------------------------------------------Leo Aguirre-NMSU.......... 57 .388 224 60 87 58 19 1 11 30 Melino, Nick-NEV.......... 54 .388 152 41 59 35 15 0 7 16 Weber, Garrett-FS......... 63 .387 243 45 94 38 14 0 1 18 Paine, Trevor-SAC......... 50 .381 176 30 67 44 10 0 10 20 Sodders, Mike-NMSU........ 37 .380 150 50 57 46 8 0 15 31 Martin, Jason-SJSU........ 60 .373 236 46 88 23 13 1 2 21 Dageford, Devon-LTU....... 57 .371 229 63 85 56 21 0 17 16 Ford, Joey-LTU............ 55 .371 213 38 79 48 14 0 3 15 Shaver, Nate-NMSU......... 56 .367 221 66 81 52 19 4 5 45 Ryan Aguayo-NMSU.......... 60 .365 252 76 92 66 14 3 12 40 Kort, Shaun-NEV........... 59 .365 211 64 77 55 24 1 9 41 Starkes, Wesley-NMSU...... 57 .364 184 46 67 39 8 5 1 27 Stassi, Brock-NEV......... 52 .364 176 45 64 42 16 5 9 25 Perkins, Chace-NMSU....... 57 .363 193 55 70 70 17 3 17 29 Coyle, Bobby-FS........... 62 .360 267 53 96 68 21 1 11 9 Gowens, Brennan-FS........ 63 .359 248 54 89 35 19 3 4 27 Garcia, Greg-UH........... 62 .358 218 45 78 40 13 5 3 31 Wong, Kolten-UH........... 63 .357 249 57 89 40 15 4 7 36 Ewing, Clint-LTU.......... 53 .350 177 48 62 49 12 0 11 14 Hipp, Parker-NMSU......... 51 .349 166 44 58 37 10 1 1 23

HITS ---Coyle, Bobby-FS........... Weber, Garrett-FS......... Ryan Aguayo-NMSU.......... Wong, Kolten-UH........... Gowens, Brennan-FS........


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When looking back at the 2010 campaign it will forever be game series with each of the conference foes. defined by two key factors: The Bulldogs’ offensive prowess and After splitting their first 12 conference games, the Bulldogs the inconsistent production on the mound. ran into a road block as the squad made their biannual trip to Las Offensively, Louisiana Tech featured perhaps one of the more Cruces, New Mexico. After conceding a five run lead early in potent lineups in the south as the club hit .336 en route to estabgame one of the series, the Bulldogs ultimately fell one run short lishing four school records for hits (697), runs (484), doubles (141) of taking the Friday night game. To close out the series Tech was and RBI (441) while having five student-athletes named all-WAC outscored by a combined 21 runs en route to being swept on the performers. road. Senior Devon Dageford and sophomore Mark Threlkeld Returning to Ruswere named first team all-WAC while Clint Ewing, Alex Williams ton the next weekend, and Joey Ford were named second team all-WAC. The five allthe Bulldogs would conference selections marked the most in program history since look to rebound and the Bulldogs placed six student-athletes on the 1989 All-American get back on track in South Conference team. the conference race The Bulldogs were led by all-American OF Devon Dageford as Sacramento State who had a team-high .373 batting average, belted 85 hits, 21 paid a visit to J.C. doubles and 17 home runs while driving in 56 runs. In total, nine Love Field. As it turned Bulldogs totaled 40-plus hits with six belting 60-plus hits. out, this series would Counteracting the stout offensive numbers was a pitching prove to a historic mostaff that allowed 625 hits, 71 home runs, 283 walks with a staff ment for the Bulldog ERA of 7.33 while allowing opposing batters to hit at a .315 clip. program. However, what isn’t noted within the statistics is the handful In the Friday night of injuries sustained to those select arms that were expected to game against the make a positive impact on the season—most notably, John AnHornets, junior Will LHP • JAMEY BRADSHAW derson, Graham Meyers and Jeb Stefan. In total, seven scholarAlvis picked up his ship arms missed time due to injury. first career win after Because of the setbacks, a total of 17 Bulldogs saw action tossing 2.2 innings in on the mound with nine pitching 15.0-plus innings. Of those 17 relief to set the stage pitchers, 11 are expected to be significant contributors for the for the Saturday twin bill. 2011 season. During game one against Sacramento State on Saturday, The season started out strong as the Bulldogs raced out to an Tech had a school record 27 hits and eight doubles en route to a 8-2 mark highlighted by a 14-6 win in Waco over perennial power 27-11 decision. In the seven inning game, the Bulldogs added five Baylor. However, injuries would derail the Tech train as the Bullhome runs and 14 singles for 50 total bases in the game to shatter dogs dropped seven-straight games before knocking off Southern the previous school record of 40 in a game set in 1997. Miss at home in mid March. Not to be outdone, Mike Jefferson tossed a complete game Nevertheless, it was their last road non-conference series and recorded a career-high 13 strikeouts as Louisiana Tech won of the year to Minnesota that will go down in the records books. their 700th game at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park by knockAfter dropping the first game of the weekend series against the ing off the Hornets in game two of the doubleheader. Golden Gophers, Louisiana Tech christened the new Target Field – In the series finale, Casey Jones tossed Tech’s second conhome of the Minnesota Twins. secutive complete game as he allowed just two runs while sitting In the first game ever to be played inside Target Field, Trevor down eight hornets to complete the series sweep. Petersen and Mike Jefferson combined to shutdown the MinClosing out the nonconference slate, Tech would travel to nesota offense allowing just one unearned run in 9.0 innings of No. 10 Arkansas and No. 1 Texas before closing out the home work in front of an announced crowd schedule with Central Arkansas on of 36,056. Clint Ewing etched his name senior night. into the ballpark record books as his Against the Razorbacks, Tech solo shot in the fourth inning became jumped out to a 4-0 lead but Arkansas the first home run inside the stadium. stormed back to take the lead and the Tech took the rubber match game in the 10th inning. against Minnesota before heading Despite the heartbreaking back to Ruston where the Bulldogs loss, the Bulldogs felt that they had would sweep past Texas Wesleyan to attained momentum heading into a open the month of April. weekend bout with the top-ranked In Tech’s first three conference Texas Longhorns. In game one of the showdowns of the season against series, Tech surrendered a two-run RF • DEVON DAGEFORD San Jose State, Fresno State and lead in the sixth inning and was Hawai’i, the Bulldogs split the four unable to overcome the deficit ac-

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Clint Ewing ended the no-hit bid with a solo shot. Ultimately, Ewing and Ashton Hughes had Tech’s lone hits on the evening as the Bulldogs were eliminated from the Western Athletic Conference tournament. Despite the pitching woes, Tech managed to turn in 27 wins including Wade Simoneaux’s 200th career win as a collegiate head coach. Moreover, during the past five seasons Simoneaux has totaled 147 wins including two 30-plus win seasons. The five year stretch marks the most successful period for a Bulldog head coach since Pat Patterson and Mike Kane combined to win 171 games between 1988 and 1992.

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crued in the inning and ultimately fell, 10-9. After dropping a tight contest in game one of the series, Tech was unable to figure out Texas’ Taylor Jungmann as the pitcher held the Bulldogs to just five hits and two runs in a 13-2 route. On senior night against Central Arkansas, the Bulldogs avenged their early season loss to the Bears as four Bulldogs hit home runs led by Mark Threlkeld’s multiple homerun outing. The sophomore standout totaled three hits and three RBI on the night as Casey Jones allowed two hits over 5.0 innings to earn the win. In their final four game series of the season against Nevada, the Bulldogs only managed to take game two of the series as the Wolf Pack outscored Tech by a total of 19 runs. Prior to the WAC tournament, Clint Ewing, a civil engineering major, was named ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-American for his efforts both on the field and inside the classroom. Through his junior season, the Tech catcher had maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Ewing becomes only the 14th studentathlete in school history to be named Academic All-American and the first baseball player to receive such an honor. Entering the WAC Tournament as the fifth-seeded team, the Bulldogs would open up play with Hawai’i. In a game that would see Clint Stubbs fall just a single shy of the cycle, the Bulldogs would be upended in extra innings as Hawaii’s Kolten Wong hit a two out walk-off two run homerun in the bottom of the tenth inning to lift the Rainbows over Louisiana Tech 8-7, pitting Tech in an elimination game against Nevada. Against the Wolf Pack, the Bulldog offense had no answer for Tom Jameson of Nevada. The Nevada starter breezed by the Tech lineup and took a perfect game into the eighth inning before junior


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 1: ALCORN STATE 1, TECH 0 Feb. 19 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. ALCORN STATE 000 100 000 1 7 3 LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 000 0 5 1 WP: Arnold (1-0). LP: Stefan (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Jeb Stefan was tagged with the loss, pitching five innings, striking out nine and scattering just three hits. Caleb Dudley saw his first career action tossing 3.1 scoreless innings. GAME 2: TECH 14, ALCORN STATE 6 Feb. 20 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. ALCORN STATE 210 001 200 6 8 3 LOUISIANA TECH 050 531 000 14 8 3 WP: Bradshaw (1-0). LP: Easter (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamey Bradshaw pitched 5.0 innings allowing three hits and two earned runs. Devon Dageford had three RBI while Kyle Roliard scored three runs. Tech pitchers combined to strikeout 10 batters. GAME 3: TECH 12, ALCORN STATE 2

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Feb. 20 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. ALCORN STATE 000 010 010 2 4 4 LOUISIANA TECH 115 112 100 12 15 2 WP: Roliard (1-0). LP: Pomerlee (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Justin Gordey, Mark Threlkeld and Will Alvis all had multi-hit games while driving in a run apiece. Mike Jefferson got the start tossing 4.2 innings of no-hit ball. Kyle Roliard picked up the win on 1.1 scoreless inn. GAME 4: TECH 20, GRAMBLING STATE 3

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Feb. 23 • Tiger Baseball Complex • Grambling, La. LOUISIANA TECH 673 000 4 20 14 0 GRAMBLING STATE 002 000 1 3 5 4 WP: Petersen (1-0). LP: Wolfe (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Joey Ford hit his first career home run and drove in six runs. Trevor Petersen tallied his first career win. Dan Breazeale was three-for-three with three RBI. Tech combined to walk 10 times. GAME 5: MCNEESE STATE 19, TECH 12

Feb. 27 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. MCNEESE STATE 015 511 060 19 16 1 LOUISIANA TECH 114 000 411 12 19 5 WP: Dillon (2-0). LP: Stefan (0-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Jeb Stefan was roughed up for nine runs, six earned, in just 3.0 innings of work. Tech pictures combined to allow 15 earned runs while walking nine batters. Will Alvis had four RBI. GAME 6: TECH 8, MCNEESE STATE 7

Feb. 27 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. MCNEESE STATE 000 114 010 0 7 12 0 LOUISIANA TECH 300 040 000 1 8 12 2 WP: Petersen (2-0). LP: Lloyd, D. (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Trevor Petersen picked up his second win of the season after pitching 2.0 scoreless innings of relief and allowing just one hit. Alex Williams hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning.

GAME 7: TECH 8, MCNEESE STATE 5 Feb. 28 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. MCNEESE STATE 000 000 221 5 11 1 LOUISIANA TECH 200 040 11X 8 11 1 WP: Jefferson (1-0). LP: Conrad, J. (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Mike Jefferson tossed 6.1 scoreless innings to earn his first win of the season. Devon Dageford and Alex Williams both drove in three runs while Dageford was just a triple shy of hitting for the cycle. GAME 8: TECH 14, BAYLOR 6 March 3 • Baylor Ballpark • Waco, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 001 500 215 14 12 1 BAYLOR 000 230 001 6 9 2 WP: Stefan (1-2). LP: Fritsch (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Joey Ford hit what proved to be the gamewinning grand slam in the top of the fourth inning. Jeb Stefan tossed 5.0 innings of relief allowing just one run to pick up his first win of the season. GAME 9: TECH 10, UTPA 8 March 5 • Edinburg Baseball Stadium • Edinburg, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 114 200 002 10 12 1 UTPA 001 032 200 8 14 7 WP: LeBreton (1-0). LP: Roth (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams hit a two-run triple in the ninth inning that proved to be the game winning hit. Jamey Bradshaw recorded his third quality start while Mike Lebreton picked up the win in relief. GAME 10: TECH 9, UTPA 5 March 6 • Edinburg Baseball Stadium • Edinburg, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 100 021 000 000 4 9 11 1 UTPA 101 012 000 000 0 8 14 2 WP: Dudley (1-0). LP: Barrera (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Mark Threlkeld hit a go-ahead two-run single in the top of the 13th inning to lead the Bulldogs past UTPA. Caleb Dudley pitched 5.1 scoreless innings in relief to earn the win. GAME 11: UTPA 23, TECH 7 March 7 • Edinburg Baseball Stadium • Edinburg, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 000 210 130 7 11 3 UTPA 313 650 50X 23 18 3 WP: Daugherty (2-0). LP: Roliard (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Kyle Roliard was touched up for 12 runs, nine earned, on 10 hits in just 3.1 innings of work. Ashton Hughes had four RBI. A total of three Bulldogs hit home runs against UTPA pitchers. GAME 12: BAYLOR 12, TECH 4 March 9 • Baylor Ballpark • Waco, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 001 500 215 4 10 0 BAYLOR 000 230 001 12 14 1 WP: Kempf (2-1). LP: Petersen (2-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Clint Ewing hit a two-run homer run. Trevor Petersen was saddled with his first loss of the season after giving up four earned runs in 2.1 innings of relief.

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GAME 13: NEW MEXICO 13, TECH 10 March 12 • Isotopes Park • Albuquerque, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 008 200 000 10 10 2 NEW MEXICO 210 204 30X 13 18 2 WP: Carl, E. (3-0). LP: Dudley (1-1). SV: Sanchez (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Starting pitcher Jeb Stefan left the game in the first inning after suffering an apparent injury on his throwing arm. Caleb Dudley took the loss after giving up five runs in 2.1 innings of relief. GAME 14: NEW MEXICO 15, TECH 14 March 13 • Isotopes Park • Albuquerque, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 011 010 410 6 14 25 3 NEW MEXICO 000 106 100 7 15 16 1 WP: Baalman, E. (3-0). LP: Jefferson (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech tied a school record with 25 hits. Jonathan Mire went 4-for-6 with four RBI and Joey Ford was 5-for-6 with three RBI. Tech relief pitchers gave up 11 earned runs over the final 4.2 innings. GAME 15: NEW MEXICO 7, TECH 6 March 13 • Isotopes Park • Albuquerque, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 011 200 011 0 6 11 2 NEW MEXICO 100 003 020 1 7 10 2 WP: Sanchez (1-0). LP: Petersen (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech fell in extra innings for the second consecutive game despite outhitting the Lobos for the second straight game. Four Bulldogs had multi-hit games with Kyle Roliard leading the way with three hits and one RBI. GAME 16: NEW MEXICO 12, TECH 6 March 14 • Isotopes Park • Albuquerque, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 200 200 002 6 13 1 NEW MEXICO 020 003 61X 12 16 2 WP: Lachapelle (3-0). LP: LeBreton (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Joey Ford was 3-of-4 with an RBI and hit .722 on the weekend. The Bulldogs surrendered a two run lead in the sixth inning after the Lobos proceeded to score 10 runs in 3.0 innings. GAME 17: CENTRAL ARKANSAS 1, TECH 0 March 17 • Bear Stadium • Conway, Ark. LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 000 0 7 1 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 100 000 00X 1 3 0 WP: Huchingson (1-0). LP: Barrett (1-1). SV: Pritchee (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Despite allowing just one run and three hits over 7.1 innings of work, Josh Barrett took the loss as Tech dropped its seventh-straight game. The shutout marked the second of the season for Tech. GAME 18: TECH 4, SOUTHERN MISS 3 March 19 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SOUTHERN MISS 000 001 110 3 8 1 LOUISIANA TECH 000 201 001 4 13 0 WP: Dudley (2-1). LP: Cargill (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech snapped a seven game losing streak. Jamey Bradshaw pitched 7.1 innings allowing three runs and took the no decision. Caleb Dudley took the win in relief after tossing 1.2 scoreless innings.


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 19: SOUTHERN MISS 15, TECH 7

GAME 25: TECH 10, TEXAS WESLEYAN 0

March 20 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SOUTHERN MISS 700 123 002 15 13 3 LOUISIANA TECH 000 006 100 7 12 2 WP: Copeland (4-0). LP: Jefferson (1-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Mike Jefferson allowed six earned runs in just 0.1 innings of work and Tech was never able to recover. Devon Dageford and Clint Ewing both had multiRBI games.

April 3 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. TEXAS WESLEYAN 000 000 0 0 4 0 LOUISIANA TECH 006 002 2 10 13 2 WP: Petersen (4-2). LP: Thiebaud (5-2). HIGHLIGHTS: The Tech offense exploded for six runs in the third inning capped by a Devon Dageford two-run homer. Trevor Petersen and Will Alvis combined for a seven inning shutout as they allowed just four hits.

GAME 20: TECH 11, GRAMBLING STATE 1

GAME 26: TECH 11, TEXAS WESLEYAN 1

March 23 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. GRAMBLING STATE 000 000 010 1 9 1 LOUISIANA TECH 201 402 02X 11 16 1 WP: Barrett (1-1). LP: Favela, J. (0-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech pitchers combined to allow just one earned run. Will Alvis had four hits and two RBI and Alex Williams and Clint Stubbs drove in three and four runs apiece.

April 3 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. TEXAS WESLEYAN 001 000 0 1 3 3 LOUISIANA TECH 011 115 2 11 11 0 WP: Barrett (3-1). LP: McCool (4-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech pitchers had their second consecutive dominating outing as they allowed just three hits. Kyle Roliard and Devon Dageford both hit home runs to cap the weekend sweep.

GAME 21: MINNESOTA 3, TECH 2 March 26 • Metrodome • Minneapolis, Minn. LOUISIANA TECH 002 000 000 2 5 3 MINNESOTA 000 011 01X 3 10 0 WP: Rosin (2-2). LP: Dudley (2-2). SV: Matyas (2). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamey Bradshaw pitched 7.0 quality innings allowing just one earned run but it wasn’t enough as Caleb Dudley allowed one run in the eighth to take the loss. Alex Williams had two hits and two RBI. GAME 22: TECH 9, MINNESOTA 1 March 27 • Target Field • Minneapolis, Minn. LOUISIANA TECH 101 104 110 9 13 3 MINNESOTA 000 000 001 1 9 2 WP: Petersen (3-2). LP: Oakes (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech became the first team to ever win a game at the Twins new ballpark, Target Field. Clint Ewing became the first player to ever hit a home run at Target Field.

March 28 • Metrodome • Minneapolis, Minn. LOUISIANA TECH 020 030 000 5 8 3 MINNESOTA 100 010 000 2 10 0 WP: Barrett (2-1). LP: Lubinsky (0-2). SV: LeBreton (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Josh Barrett tossed 5.2 innings allowing just two runs to earn the win. Mike LeBreton picked up the first save of the season for Tech after pitching 3.1 innings in relief allowing just two hits and no runs. GAME 24: TECH 10, TEXAS WESLEYAN 3 April 2 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. TEXAS WESLEYAN 001 002 000 3 11 1 LOUISIANA TECH 011 310 13X 10 11 0 WP: Bradshaw (2-0). LP: Evans (3-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Joey Ford had three hits and three RBI and Will Alvis had a solo home run to power the Tech offense. Jamey Bradshaw allowed three runs and fanned seven batters in 7.0 innings to earn his second win of the year.

April 6 • Fair Grounds Field • Shreveport, La. LSUS 030 430 000 10 13 2 LOUISIANA TECH 000 003 022 7 17 5 WP: Nadeau (2-0). LP: LeBreton (1-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech scored seven runs over the last 4.0 innings but it wasn’t enough to overcome a 10-run deficit. Five Bulldogs had two-plus hits with Joey Ford and Devon Dageford notching three apiece. GAME 28: TECH 14, SAN JOSE STATE 1 April 9 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 000 100 0 1 7 2 LOUISIANA TECH 432 230 X 14 16 0 WP: Bradshaw (3-0). LP: Mazzanti (0-4). HIGHLIGHTS: A total of five Bulldogs had multiple hits highlighted by Devon Dageford as he blasted his third career grand slam. Jamey Bradshaw tossed a complete game allowing just one run and one walk over 7.0 innings. GAME 29: SAN JOSE STATE 8, TECH 2 April 10 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 000 020 600 8 11 1 LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 200 2 6 3 WP: McFarland (4-1). LP: Petersen (4-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Clint Ewing provided the only offensive production for Tech as he hit a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning. Tech was shutout by Blake McFarland who tossed 9.0 innings. GAME 30: SAN JOSE STATE 12, TECH 6 April 10 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 000 620 4 12 16 0 LOUISIANA TECH 001 102 2 6 10 2 WP: Hennessey (2-0). LP: Barrett (3-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Kyle Roliard, Alex Williams and Clint Ewing all hit multiple hits but Josh Barrett was saddled with the loss after allowing six runs in 3.1 innings of work.

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April 11 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 000 000 200 2 7 1 LOUISIANA TECH 020 130 130 10 14 0 WP: Jefferson (2-2). LP: Martin (1-2). SV: Alvis (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Mark Threlkeld had two hits including a home run to drive in four runs. Mike Jefferson tossed 6.0 innings allowing two runs. Will Alvis pitched the final 3.0 innings allowing just one hit to earn his first career save. GAME 32: TECH 12, FRESNO STATE 7 April 16 • Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 417 000 001 13 16 2 FRESNO STATE 000 003 004 7 8 3 WP: Bradshaw (4-0). LP: Poytress (4-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamey Bradshaw tossed 8.0 innings to earn the win. The game marked his fourth-straight outing of seven-plus innings. Mark Threlkeld (2), Devon Dageford and Will Alvis all hit home runs. GAME 33: TECH 13, FRESNO STATE 5 April 17 • Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 200 005 132 13 23 2 FRESNO STATE 000 130 010 5 12 4 WP: Jefferson (3-2). LP: Morse (2-4). SV: Dudley (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech belted out 20 hits led by Devon Dageford who had six RBI off of three hits, two of which were home runs. Mark Threlkeld, Clint Ewing and Clint Stubbs added two RBI apiece.

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GAME 34: FRESNO STATE 14, TECH 4 April 17 • Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 101 001 1 4 8 3 FRESNO STATE 410 108 X 14 14 1 WP: Gonzalez (5-0). LP: Barrett (3-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams had three hits, including two home runs, and two RBI. Joey Ford and Philip Menou both drove in one run apiece.

GAME 35: FRESNO STATE 12, TECH 2

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GAME 23: TECH 5, MINNESOTA 2

GAME 27: LSUS 10, TECH 7

GAME 31: TECH 10, SAN JOSE STATE 2

April 18 • Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 110 000 00 2 6 2 FRESNO STATE 410 004 03 12 12 1 WP: Robertson (3-2). LP: Petersen (4-4). HIGHLIGHTS: The Tech offense was held in check as Justin Gordey tallied the lone RBI for the Bulldogs. Petersen took the loss after giving up six runs on six hits in just 5.1 innings of work. GAME 36: HAWAI’I 10, TECH 0

April 22 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 105 301 0 10 16 0 LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 0 0 5 0 WP: Slaats (4-2). LP: Bradshaw (4-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamey Bradshaw was roughed up for 11 hits and nine runs in just 4.0 innings of work as he was charged for with his first loss of the season. The shutout marks the third of the season for Tech.


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 37: TECH 9, HAWAI’I 5 April 23 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 001 101 011 5 8 1 LOUISIANA TECH 012 012 30X 9 14 2 WP: Petersen (5-4). LP: Spangler (2-6). HIGHLIGHTS: Trevor Petersen recorded his first complete game as he tossed 9.0 innings allowing five runs on eight hits while fanning four. Will Alvis spearheaded the offensive outburst with a two-run homer. GAME 38: HAWAI’I 14, TECH 13 April 24 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 043 302 020 14 14 4 LOUISIANA TECH 022 234 000 13 18 1 WP: Little (2-0). LP: Alvis (0-1). SV: Linsky (9). HIGHLIGHTS: Will Alvis hit two home runs and drove in five runs but took the loss as he surrendered two runs in 1.2 innings of relief work to take the loss. Devon Dageford added two hits including a home run. GAME 39: TECH 14, HAWAI’I 6

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April 25 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 031 110 000 6 10 1 LOUISIANA TECH 221 008 01X 14 13 4 WP: Breazeale (1-0). LP: Klein (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Redshirt freshman Dan Breazeale picked up his first career win after throwing 3.1 scoreless innings in relief allowing just two hits while striking out four. Mark Threlkeld had two home runs and five RBI. GAME 40: NEW MEXICO ST. 11, TECH 10

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April 30 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 224 000 020 10 12 0 NEW MEXICO STATE 301 105 10X 11 12 1 WP: Simon (4-3). LP: Bradshaw (4-2). SV: Coffman (3). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamey Bradshaw was saddled with his second loss of the season after allowing nine runs on night hits in just 5.0 innings. Devon Dageford hit two home runs while Mark Threlkeld and Alex Williams each hit one. GAME 41: NEW MEXICO ST. 16, TECH 13

May 1 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 301 010 143 13 16 4 NEW MEXICO STATE 014 031 43X 16 17 2 WP: Mack (6-0). LP: Petersen (5-5). SV: Coffman (4). HIGHLIGHTS: Mark Threlkeld, Clint Ewing and Alex Williams all homored and drove in a combined seven runs but it wasn’t enough as Trevor Petersen took the loss after giving up eight runs in 4.1 innings of work. GAME 42: NEW MEXICO ST. 10, TECH 6

May 1 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 020 100 3 6 8 0 NEW MEXICO STATE 207 010 X 10 11 1 WP: Reid (6-1). LP: Jefferson (3-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Mike Jefferson was touched up for nine runs on seven hits over 2.2 innings. Dan Breazeale threw 3.1 solid innings allowing just one run on four hits. Justin Gordey hit his second home run of the season.

GAME 43: NEW MEXICO ST. 22, TECH 8 May 2 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 003 041 0 8 14 1 NEW MEXICO STATE 15(11) 032 X 22 24 0 WP: Reyes (2-0). LP: Barrett (3-4). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech pitchers were rocked as they allowed 24 runs of which 21 were earned on 24 hits in just 6.0 innings of work. Clint Ewing had two doubles brining his season total to 12. GAME 44: TECH 17, SACRAMENTO ST. 11 May 7 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 300 020 411 11 11 2 LOUISIANA TECH 000 470 06X 17 23 4 WP: Alvis (1-1). LP: Darrah (3-5). SV: Dudley (2). HIGHLIGHTS: Will Alvis picked up his first career win after pitching 2.2 innings in relief. The junior allowed three hits, fanned five and allowed just two earned runs. Four Bulldogs had three-plus RBI. GAME 45: TECH 27, SACRAMENTO ST. 11 May 8 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 142 120 2 12 16 2 LOUISIANA TECH 5(11)6 410 X 27 27 0 WP: LeBreton (2-2). LP: Butler (2-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech had a school record 27 hits and eight doubles.The Bulldogs added five homeruns and 14 singles for 50 total bases in the game to shatter the previous school record of 40 in a game set in 1997. GAME 46: TECH 5, SACRAMENTO ST. 4 May 8 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 000 310 000 4 5 0 LOUISIANA TECH 100 010 21X 5 8 0 WP: Jefferson (4-3). LP: Sandoval (2-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Mike Jefferson tossed a complete game and recorded a career-high 13 strikeouts as Louisiana Tech won their 700th game at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park. GAME 47: TECH 7, SACRAMENTO ST. 2 May 9 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 000 200 000 2 8 1 LOUISIANA TECH 003 010 21X 7 14 1 WP: Jones (1-0). LP: Elrod (0-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Casey Jones tossed Tech’s second consecutive complete game as he allowed just two runs while sitting down eight hornets. Four Bulldogs had multiple hit games with Dageford leading the way with three hits. GAME 48: No. 10 ARKANSAS 5, TECH 4 May 11 • Dickey-Stephens Park • N. Little Rock, Ark. LOUISIANA TECH 040 000 000 0 4 9 1 ARKANSAS 020 100 010 1 5 12 1 WP: Pratt (3-0). LP: Petersen (5-6). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech jumped out to a 4-0 lead but Arkansas stormed back to take the lead and the game in the 10th inning. Trevor Petersen took the loss after allowing the winning run in the bottom of the 10th.

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GAME 49: No. 1 TEXAS 10, TECH 9 May 16 • UFCU DischFalk Field • Austin, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 004 021 110 9 12 2 TEXAS 310 005 10X 10 9 0 WP: Workman (10-1). LP: Dudley (2-3). SV: Ruffin (12). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech surrendered a two-run lead in the sixth inning and was unable to overcome the deficit accrued in the inning. Mark Threlkeld, Joey Ford and Clint Ewing all had two RBI. GAME 50: No. 1 TEXAS 13, TECH 2 May 16 • UFCU DischFalk Field • Austin, Texas LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 002 2 5 2 TEXAS 103 020 43X 13 13 0 WP: Jungmann (5-2). LP: Petersen (5-7). HIGHLIGHTS: After dropping a tight contest in game one of the DH, Tech was unable to figure out Texas’ Jungmann. Joey Ford was the lone Bulldog with multiple hits.

GAME 51: TECH 13, CENTRAL ARK. 5 May 18 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. CENTRAL ARKANSAS 000 001 031 5 9 1 LOUISIANA TECH 421 131 10X 13 23 1 WP: Jones (2-0). LP: Brewer (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Four Bulldogs hit home runs led by Mark Threlkeld’s multiple home run outing. The 3B totaled three hits and three RBI on the night. Casey Jones allowed two hits over 5.0 innings to earn the win. GAME 52: NEVADA 8, TECH 5 May 21 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nevada LOUISIANA TECH 010 201 100 5 10 2 NEVADA 002 303 00X 8 5 2 WP: Jameson (5-1). LP: Petersen (5-8). SV: Graham (8). HIGHLIGHTS: Will Alvis hit his 11th home run of the season but Trevor Petersen was saddled with the loss after giving up five runs and four walks over 5.0 innings of work. Alvis and Mike LeBreton combined for 3.0 solid relief inn. GAME 53: TECH 14, NEVADA 8 May 21 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nevada LOUISIANA TECH 903 200 0 14 16 0 NEVADA 103 220 0 8 9 1 WP: Dudley (3-3). LP: Cole (4-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech posted a nine spot on the board in the first inning as the Bulldogs batted around to the tune of five doubles and a total of nine hits. Devon Dageford and Will Alvis both hit home runs and drove in three runs. GAME 54: NEVADA 18, TECH 1 May 22 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nevada LOUISIANA TECH 100 000 0 1 6 2 NEVADA 016 704 X 18 16 1 WP: Stassi (7-4). LP: Roliard (1-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Josh Barrett gave up 11 runs on eight hits and two walks in relief of Kyle Roliard and the Tech pitchers allowed 15 earned runs in just 6.0 innings of work. Joey Ford had the lone RBI for the Bulldogs.


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 55: NEVADA 10, TECH 5 May 23 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nevada LOUISIANA TECH 000 111 200 5 7 2 NEVADA 010 004 23X 10 9 2 WP: Keplinger (1-1). LP: Alvis (1-2). SV: Graham (9) HIGHLIGHTS: Casey Jones allowed two hits and one earned run in 5.0 innings of work but Tech relief pitchers allowed nine runs over the final three at-bats for Nevada to saddle Jones with a no decision.

GAME 56: HAWAI’I 8, TECH 7 May 26 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. LOUISIANA TECH 000 003 030 1 7 11 2 HAWAI’I 010 100 040 2 8 16 4 WP: Linsky (3-0). LP: Alvis (1-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Will Alvis allowed two runs in the bottom of the 10th inning that ultimately put the Bulldogs on the wrong end of an extra inning bout with Hawai’i. Clint Stubb was just a single shy of hitting for the cycle.

GAME 57: NEVADA 3, TECH 1 May 27 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. NEVADA 000 100 011 3 5 0 LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 010 1 2 0 WP: Jameson (6-1). LP: Jefferson (4-4). SV: Graham (10) HIGHLIGHTS: Clint Ewing and Ashton Hughes had Tech’s lone hits on the evening as the Bulldogs were eliminated from the Western Athletic Conference tournament.

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2010 Louisiana Tech Baseball Overall Statistics for Louisiana Tech (as of Feb 07, 2011) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

2010 OVERALL STATS Record: 27-30

Player

36 Dageford, Devon 3 Ford, Joey 34 Ewing, Clint 44 Williams, Alex 26 Threlkeld, Mark 21 Roliard, Kyle 5 Stubbs, Clint 33 Alvis, Will -------------------8 Gordey, Justin 7 Terrasas, Taylor 6 Hughes, Ashton 15 Mire, Jonathan 4 Breazeale, Dan 16 Hedges, Austin 11 Menou, Philip 14 Thomas, Drew 28 White, Corey 22 Barrett, Josh

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Home: 18-8

Away: 9-20

avg gp-gs 57-56 55-55 53-51 55-52 57-57 57-54 53-41 52-49

ab

r

h

2b 3b hr

rbi

.373 .371 .350 .343 .335 .330 .322 .308

228 213 177 216 239 230 152 172

63 38 48 43 62 59 40 42

85 79 62 74 80 76 49 53

21 14 12 17 14 16 6 11

0 0 0 1 0 2 4 0

56 48 49 46 62 30 25 41

.365 38-19 .360 40-24 .320 50-36 .292 32-6 .262 27-8 .250 9-0 .231 21-3 .214 23-3 .200 12-0 .000 1-0

85 75 128 48 42 8 26 28 5 0

15 15 24 12 8 2 3 6 4 0

31 27 41 14 11 2 6 6 1 0

5 7 9 5 1 0 1 2 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Neutral: 0-2

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

103

16 15 14 14 21 24 .434 23 .599 27

3 2 8 2 5 3 3 6

43 24 20 38 45 37 27 37

6 6 3 3 4 2 0 2

.413 .414 .414 .386 .391 .398 .421 .420

5 2 4 1 6 2 0 0

0 7-13 2 2-4 1 2-2 0 1-1 1 5-6 4 6-9 2 16-24 0 0-1

2 16 44 2 15 40 1 30 53 1 9 22 0 8 12 0 0 2 0 2 7 0 4 8 0 0 1 0 0 0

.518 4 .533 9 .414 14 .458 5 .286 2 .250 0 .269 2 .286 3 .200 0 .000 0

0 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 0

26 19 30 16 3 1 12 12 1 0

1 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

.385 .430 .380 .358 .333 .250 .310 .281 .333 .000

2 1 6 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

17 3 11 11 14 5 1 13

Totals

.336

57

2072

484

697

141

8 81

Opponents

.315

57

1986

456

625

104 20 71

tb slg% 157 .689 102 .479 107 .605 126 .583 136 .569 111 .483

66

bb hp

WAC: 11-13

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

po a 118 5 106 117 278 39 407 23 50 105 76 8 98 2 57 8

e 3 4 9 8 20 1 2 3

fld% .976 .982 .972 .982 .886 .988 .980 .956 .968 .902 .863 .956 .964

30 28 42 61 20 1 1 40 3 4

0 46 90 4 33 1 1 1 0 4

1 8 21 3 2 0 0 1 0 0

1.000 1.000

.976 1.000 1.000

441 1097

.529

193 40

391

33

.398 31 16

50-76

1436

541

92

.956

419

.494

283 52

377

31

.409 24 30

47-73

1441

548

90

.957

982

LOB - Team (427), Opp (486). DPs turned - Team (35), Opp (42). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1). CI - Team (3), Ewing 2, Alvis 1. IBB - Team (3), Dageford 1, Ford 1, Alvis 1, Opp (9). Picked off - Williams 1, Ewing 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

2010 STATISTICS

Player

32 Jefferson, Mike 19 Bradshaw, Jamey 23 Petersen, Trevor -------------------6 Hughes, Ashton 29 Jones, Casey 47 Meyers, Graham 4 Breazeale, Dan 2 Dudley, Caleb 31 Stefan, Jeb 20 Clements, Jamelle 22 Barrett, Josh 33 Alvis, Will 17 LeBreton, Mike 11 Menou, Philip 21 Roliard, Kyle 10 Watts, Cody 18 Fairbanks, Benn

era

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

5.60 5.77 6.81

4-4 4-2 5-8

19 13 14 12 19 12

1 1 1

0/0 0/0 0/1

0 0 0

72.1 73.1 72.2

64 86 94

52 53 60

45 47 55

59 30 28

69 64 42

10 13 13

3b

2 13 1 10 3 11

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

.245 11 7 .288 6 5 .308 4 10

3 0 0

4 1 4

4 4 5

0.00 4.91 5.14 5.40 6.49 7.62 8.10 8.19 8.77 9.34 13.50 15.00 25.31 29.08

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

1 12 10 10 23 4 11 17 17 20 2 7 7 5

0 3 0 0 0 3 1 9 0 2 0 2 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

0.2 29.1 7.0 15.0 52.2 13.0 10.0 48.1 25.2 35.2 1.1 12.0 5.1 4.1

3 34 5 17 80 16 16 70 38 50 3 22 16 11

2 21 4 10 46 14 9 54 29 44 3 24 17 14

0 16 4 9 38 11 9 44 25 37 2 20 15 14

2 18 5 9 22 5 9 22 11 30 2 13 9 9

0 26 7 14 36 15 9 25 25 26 0 9 8 2

0 9 0 3 10 3 1 19 7 7 1 2 4 2

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

.600 .281 .192 .283 .354 .286 .348 .343 .339 .333 .375 .415 .533 .458

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

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

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

0 2 2 4 7 3 7 9 4 6 1 3 1 2

0 4 1 1 7 0 1 5 2 5 0 1 3 0

Totals

7.33

27-30

57 57

4

1/1

4

478.2

625

456

390

283

377

104

20

71

.315

72 52

5 24

30

Opponents

7.78

30-27

57 57

5

3/1

11

480.1

697

484

415

193

391

141

8

81

.336

56 40

8 31

16

PB - Team (19), Ewing 9, Thomas, D. 7, Alvis 3, Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (16), Jefferson 10, Ewing 3, Dudley 1, Petersen 1, Bradshaw 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Ewing (37-53), Alvis (14-19), Jefferson (7-12), Bradshaw (8-12), Barrett (4-9), Petersen (6-7), Roliard (6-6), Dudley (2-5), LeBreton (3-5), Breazeale (2-4), Stefan (1-2), Thomas, D. (2-2), Meyers (1-1), Jones, C. (0-1), Watts (1-1).

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2010 WAC STATS Record: 11-13

Player

36 Dageford, Devon 44 Williams, Alex 26 Threlkeld, Mark 3 Ford, Joey 21 Roliard, Kyle 34 Ewing, Clint 33 Alvis, Will -------------------16 Hedges, Austin 8 Gordey, Justin 14 Thomas, Drew 6 Hughes, Ashton 5 Stubbs, Clint 7 Terrasas, Taylor 15 Mire, Jonathan 11 Menou, Philip 4 Breazeale, Dan 22 Barrett, Josh

avg gp-gs

.406 .384 .380 .368 .356 .350 .273

24-23 24-24 24-24 24-24 24-24 23-23 23-22

ab

r

96 99 100 95 104 80 77

30 21 28 17 27 24 21

h

Home: 8-4

2b 3b hr

39 11 38 7 38 5 35 9 37 9 28 10 21 4

tb slg%

WAC: 11-13 so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

e fld%

0 11 34 83 0 6 16 63 0 9 36 70 0 0 18 44 0 2 10 52 0 5 22 53 0 8 23 49

.865 2 .636 5 .700 11 .463 5 .500 4 .663 6 .636 11

2 1 0 0 3 4 2

21 14 17 13 15 7 18

3 1 2 4 1 1 2

.422 .415 .434 .392 .393 .418 .378

2 1 2 2 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

47

3

2 .962

171

14

5 .974

24

42

5 .930

36

66

2 .981

31

6

1 .974

117

11

3 .977

21

2

3 .885

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

.500 0 .649 3 .600 2 .472 6 .431 12 .500 2 .333 0 .333 0 .143 1 .000 0

0 0 0 9 0 1 0 10 2 9 1 12 0 4 0 4 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

.500 .512 .571 .455 .472 .370 .333 .167 .250 .000

0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 6-8 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 1.000

1-0

Totals

.363

24

853 218 310

70

1 43 205 511

.599

70 15 156

16

Opponents

.339

24

820 228 278

42

7 42 214 460

.561 119 23 144

9

3-0 16-11 10-0 19-10 20-17 16-14 10-0 6-0 8-1

0 0 1 1 9 24 0 2 3 0 10 17 0 11 25 1 12 21 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

bb hp

2 2 1 37 10 18 5 2 2 36 10 14 58 17 20 42 6 14 9 2 3 6 0 1 7 1 1 0 0 0

.500 .486 .400 .389 .345 .333 .333 .167 .143 .000

0 3 1 3 3 4 0 1 0 0

rbi

Away: 3-9

1

1

16

0

0 1.000

11

0

0 1.000

11

24

7 .833

47

1

2 .960

16

23

6 .867

5

0

0 1.000

1

1

0 1.000

4

4

1 .889

1

0

0 1.000

4 15-22

566 214

38 .954

.431 12 10 22-32

567 214

34 .958

.415 13

73

LOB - Team (170), Opp (191). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (18). CI - Team (1), Alvis 1. IBB - Team (1), Ford 1, Opp (5). Picked off - Williams 1, Ewing 1.

(WAC games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

w-l

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

7.29 8.26 8.35

3-1 2-2 1-4

app gs

7 5 6

6 5 6

1 1 1

0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0

33.1 28.1 32.1

38 37 47

31 29 35

27 26 30

28 15 10

30 20 15

6 6 7

1 1 1

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

9 7 6

.286 .301 .326

7 1 2

4 1 4

1 0 0

1 0 2

1 1 3

2.08 3.71 3.97 9.77 11.40 12.00 13.50 13.83 26.07 27.00 36.00

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

6 6 7 8 8 5 1 7 5 1 3

0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

4.1 17.0 11.1 15.2 15.0 3.0 2.0 13.2 9.2 1.0 2.0

4 16 12 28 20 8 2 23 32 3 8

1 11 6 17 22 4 3 24 34 3 8

1 7 5 17 19 4 3 21 28 3 8

3 11 7 10 8 1 4 13 6 1 2

3 18 12 14 14 3 0 8 6 0 1

0 3 2 3 3 1 0 3 8 0 0

0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 1 5 1 0 5 6 0 2

.267 .239 .273 .400 .323 .444 .286 .383 .542 .500 .667

1 0 2 3 1 0 0 4 0 1 0

0 2 0 2 2 0 0 3 3 0 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1

0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0

Totals

9.49

11-13

24 24

4

0/0

3

188.2

278

228

199

119

144

42

7

42

.339

22 23

2 12

10

Opponents

9.38

13-11

24 24

4

1/0

5

189.0

310

218

197

70

156

70

1

43

.363

18 15

3 13

4

PB - Team (5), Ewing 3, Alvis 2, Opp (1). Pickoffs - Team (3), Jefferson 3, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Ewing (18-24), Alvis (5-8), Bradshaw (4-6), Barrett (4-6), Petersen (4-4), Dudley (2-3), Breazeale (2-3), Jefferson (2-3), LeBreton (2-2), Jones, C. (0-1), Meyers (1-1).

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32 Jefferson, Mike 19 Bradshaw, Jamey 23 Petersen, Trevor -------------------47 Meyers, Graham 29 Jones, Casey 4 Breazeale, Dan 2 Dudley, Caleb 33 Alvis, Will 20 Clements, Jamelle 21 Roliard, Kyle 17 LeBreton, Mike 22 Barrett, Josh 18 Fairbanks, Benn 10 Watts, Cody


2010 Louisiana Tech Baseball Game Results for Louisiana Tech (as of Feb 07, 2011) (All games)

2010 RESULTS Date

2010 STATISTICS

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Feb 19, 2010 Feb 20, 2010 Feb 20, 2010 Feb 23, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 28, 2010 Mar 03, 2010 Mar 05, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 07, 2010 Mar 09, 2010 Mar 12, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 14, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 23, 2010 Mar 26, 2010 Mar 27, 2010 Mar 28, 2010 Apr 02, 2010 Apr 03, 2010 Apr 03, 2010 Apr 06, 2010 * Apr 09, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 11, 2010 * Apr 16, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 * Apr 18, 2010 * Apr 22, 2010 * Apr 23, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 * Apr 25, 2010 * Apr 30, 2010 * May 01, 2010 * May 01, 2010 * May 02, 2010 * May 07, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 09, 2010 May 11, 2010 May 16, 2010 May 16, 2010 May 18, 2010 * May 21, 2010 * May 21, 2010 * May 22, 2010 * May 23, 2010 May 26, 2010 May 27, 2010

Opponent

ALCORN STATE ALCORN STATE-1 ALCORN STATE-2 at Grambling State MCNEESE STATE-1 MCNEESE STATE-2 MCNEESE STATE at Baylor at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Baylor at New Mexico at New Mexico-1 at New Mexico-2 at New Mexico at Central Arkansas SOUTHERN MISS. SOUTHERN MISS. GRAMBLING STATE at Minnesota at Minnesota at Minnesota TEXAS WESLEYAN TEXAS WESLEYAN-1 TEXAS WESLEYAN-2 LSU-SHREVEPORT SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE-1 SAN JOSE STATE-2 SAN JOSE STATE at #27 Fresno State at #27 Fresno State-1 at #27 Fresno State-2 at #27 Fresno State HAWAII HAWAII HAWAII HAWAII at New Mexico State at New Mexico State-1 at New Mexico State-2 at New Mexico State SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE-1 SACRAMENTO STATE-2 SACRAMENTO STATE at #10 Arkansas at #2 Texas Longhorns-1 at #2 Texas Longhorns-2 CENTRAL ARKANSAS at Nevada-1 at Nevada-2 at Nevada at Nevada vs Hawaii vs Nevada

L W W W L W W W W W L L L L L L L W L W L W W W W W L W L L W W W L L L W L W L L L L W W W W L L L W L W L L L L

Score

Inns

Overall

WAC

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

9 9 9 7 9 (10) 9 9 9 (13) 9 9 9 (10) (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 7 9 7 9 7 9 9 9 7 8 7 9 9 9 9 9 7 7 9 7 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 7 7 9 (10) 9

0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 8-2-0 8-3-0 8-4-0 8-5-0 8-6-0 8-7-0 8-8-0 8-9-0 9-9-0 9-10-0 10-10-0 10-11-0 11-11-0 12-11-0 13-11-0 14-11-0 15-11-0 15-12-0 16-12-0 16-13-0 16-14-0 17-14-0 18-14-0 19-14-0 19-15-0 19-16-0 19-17-0 20-17-0 20-18-0 21-18-0 21-19-0 21-20-0 21-21-0 21-22-0 22-22-0 23-22-0 24-22-0 25-22-0 25-23-0 25-24-0 25-25-0 26-25-0 26-26-0 27-26-0 27-27-0 27-28-0 27-29-0 27-30-0

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

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Time

Stefan (L 0-1) Bradshaw (W 1-0) Roliard (W 1-0) Petersen (W 1-0) Stefan (L 0-2) Petersen (W 2-0) Jefferson (W 1-0) Stefan (W 1-2) LeBreton (W 1-0) Dudley (W 1-0) Roliard (L 1-1) Petersen (L 2-1) Dudley (L 1-1) Jefferson (L 1-1) Petersen (L 2-2) LeBreton (L 1-1) Barrett (L 0-1) Dudley (W 2-1) Jefferson (L 1-2) Barrett (W 1-1) Dudley (L 2-2) Petersen (W 3-2) Barrett (W 2-1) Bradshaw (W 2-0) Petersen (W 4-2) Barrett (W 3-1) LeBreton (L 1-2) Bradshaw (W 3-0) Petersen (L 4-3) Barrett (L 3-2) Jefferson (W 2-2) Bradshaw (W 4-0) Jefferson (W 3-2) Barrett (L 3-3) Petersen (L 4-4) Bradshaw (L 4-1) Petersen (W 5-4) Alvis (L 0-1) Breazeale (W 1-0) Bradshaw (L 4-2) Petersen (L 5-5) Jefferson (L 3-3) Barrett (L 3-4) Alvis (W 1-1) LeBreton (W 2-2) Jefferson (W 4-3) Jones, C. (W 1-0) Petersen (L 5-6) Dudley (L 2-3) Petersen (L 5-7) Jones, C. (W 2-0) Petersen (L 5-8) Dudley (W 3-3) Roliard (L 1-2) Alvis (L 1-2) Alvis (L 1-3) Jefferson (L 4-4)

1049 1408 200 1172 885 2298 378 325 338 2127 1284 1419 1202 189 1152 521 711 317 36056 297 793 717 1202 1062 857 680 1643 1928 1841 654 594 621 653 308 441 208 837 728 403 10200 8197 728 612 628 658 0 0

2:11 2:57 3:06 2:52 3:25 3:15 2:47 3:13 4:05 5:01 3:31 3:12 3:20 3:52 2:52 2:45 2:33 2:36 3:45 2:37 2:18 2:51 2:31 2:31 1:48 2:17 3:32 2:19 2:29 3:00 3:04 2:56 3:10 2:25 2:24 2:12 2:31 3:16 2:43 3:03 3:04 2:14 2:33 3:35 2:58 2:16 2:34 3:17 3:21 2:46 2:43 2:40 2:31 2:22 2:47 2:51 2:33


2010 Louisiana Tech Baseball Miscellaneous Stats for Louisiana Tech (as of Feb 07, 2011) (All games)

2010 MISCELLANEOUS STATS Multiple Hit Games 26 Threlkeld, Mark 36 Dageford, Devon 44 Williams, Alex 3 Ford, Joey 21 Roliard, Kyle 34 Ewing, Clint 33 Alvis, Will 5 Stubbs, Clint 6 Hughes, Ashton 8 Gordey, Justin 7 Terrasas, Taylor 15 Mire, Jonathan 4 Breazeale, Dan 14 Thomas, Drew TEAM

2 20 15 16 11 15 17 10 8 8 7 6 1 1 1 136

3 6 11 6 9 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 47

4 5+ Total 1 1 28 26 1 23 1 1 22 2 22 20 1 13 2 1 12 9 8 7 1 2 2 1 9 3 195

Multiple RBI Games 26 Threlkeld, Mark 44 Williams, Alex 36 Dageford, Devon 34 Ewing, Clint 3 Ford, Joey 33 Alvis, Will 6 Hughes, Ashton 21 Roliard, Kyle 5 Stubbs, Clint 8 Gordey, Justin 7 Terrasas, Taylor 4 Breazeale, Dan 15 Mire, Jonathan TEAM

Hitting Streaks 36 Dageford, Devon 21 Roliard, Kyle 33 Alvis, Will 26 Threlkeld, Mark 44 Williams, Alex 3 Ford, Joey 34 Ewing, Clint 6 Hughes, Ashton 8 Gordey, Justin 5 Stubbs, Clint 7 Terrasas, Taylor 4 Breazeale, Dan 14 Thomas, Drew 15 Mire, Jonathan 11 Menou, Philip 16 Hedges, Austin 28 White, Corey

2 6 12 6 10 7 3 2 2 3 3 2 56

3 6 3 5 3 3 1 3 4 1 1 1 31

4 5+ Total 2 2 16 15 2 1 14 13 1 1 12 2 1 7 1 6 6 1 5 3 3 1 1 1 10 5 102

Longest Current

21 17 12 12 11 11 10 7 6 6 5 4 2 2 2 1 1

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2010 STATISTICS

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2010 MISCELLANEOUS STATS Starting Lineup By Position (Team W-L record when starter)

Starting Lineup By Lineup Spot (Team W-L record when starter)

PITCHER: 32 Jefferson, Mike 23 Petersen, Trevor 19 Bradshaw, Jamey 22 Barrett, Josh 29 Jones, Casey 31 Stefan, Jeb 21 Roliard, Kyle 17 LeBreton, Mike 20 Clements, Jamelle CATCHER: 34 Ewing, Clint 33 Alvis, Will 14 Thomas, Drew FIRST BASE: 44 Williams, Alex 15 Mire, Jonathan SECOND BASE: 3 Ford, Joey 4 Breazeale, Dan 7 Terrasas, Taylor THIRD BASE: 26 Threlkeld, Mark SHORTSTOP: 6 Hughes, Ashton 7 Terrasas, Taylor LEFT FIELD: 21 Roliard, Kyle 8 Gordey, Justin 3 Ford, Joey CENTER FIELD: 5 Stubbs, Clint 8 Gordey, Justin 3 Ford, Joey RIGHT FIELD: 36 Dageford, Devon 8 Gordey, Justin DESIGNATED HITTER: 33 Alvis, Will 8 Gordey, Justin 34 Ewing, Clint 11 Menou, Philip 21 Roliard, Kyle 15 Mire, Jonathan 14 Thomas, Drew 36 Dageford, Devon

LEADOFF: 21 Roliard, Kyle 8 Gordey, Justin 5 Stubbs, Clint 4 Breazeale, Dan 2ND SPOT: 26 Threlkeld, Mark 3 Ford, Joey 3RD SPOT: 44 Williams, Alex 36 Dageford, Devon 15 Mire, Jonathan 34 Ewing, Clint 21 Roliard, Kyle 3 Ford, Joey CLEANUP: 36 Dageford, Devon 44 Williams, Alex 33 Alvis, Will 5TH SPOT: 3 Ford, Joey 33 Alvis, Will 34 Ewing, Clint 11 Menou, Philip 44 Williams, Alex 6TH SPOT: 3 Ford, Joey 34 Ewing, Clint 8 Gordey, Justin 5 Stubbs, Clint 33 Alvis, Will 7 Terrasas, Taylor 15 Mire, Jonathan 11 Menou, Philip 7TH SPOT: 5 Stubbs, Clint 8 Gordey, Justin 4 Breazeale, Dan 33 Alvis, Will 3 Ford, Joey 34 Ewing, Clint 14 Thomas, Drew 11 Menou, Philip 15 Mire, Jonathan 26 Threlkeld, Mark 8TH SPOT: 33 Alvis, Will 34 Ewing, Clint 8 Gordey, Justin 5 Stubbs, Clint 4 Breazeale, Dan 6 Hughes, Ashton 7 Terrasas, Taylor 14 Thomas, Drew 15 Mire, Jonathan 3 Ford, Joey 9TH SPOT: 6 Hughes, Ashton 7 Terrasas, Taylor 4 Breazeale, Dan 5 Stubbs, Clint

2010 STATISTICS

76

13 12 12 9 3 3 2 2 1

(8-5) (6-6) (8-4) (3-6) (2-1) (0-3) (0-2) (0-2) (0-1)

47 (23-24) 8 (4-4) 2 (0-2) 52 (24-28) 5 (3-2) 46 (23-23) 8 (3-5) 3 (1-2) 57 (27-30) 36 (17-19) 21 (10-11) 51 (25-26) 3 (2-1) 3 (0-3) 41 (19-22) 10 (6-4) 6 (2-4) 55 (27-28) 2 (0-2) 41 (19-22) 4 (1-3) 4 (2-2) 3 (3-0) 2 (0-2) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 1 (0-1)

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52 (25-27) 2 (1-1) 2 (1-1) 1 (0-1) 56 (27-29) 1 (0-1) 45 (22-23) 6 (2-4) 3 (1-2) 1 (1-0) 1 (0-1) 1 (1-0) 50 (25-25) 6 (2-4) 1 (0-1) 25 (11-14) 23 (12-11) 7 (3-4) 1 (1-0) 1 (0-1) 24 (11-13) 23 (11-12) 4 (0-4) 2 (1-1) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 32 (14-18) 8 (5-3) 4 (1-3) 4 (3-1) 3 (1-2) 2 (1-1) 1 (0-1) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 1 (0-1) 20 (7-13) 18 (9-9) 5 (3-2) 4 (2-2) 2 (1-1) 2 (2-0) 2 (0-2) 2 (1-1) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 34 (15-19) 21 (10-11) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0)


2010 Louisiana Tech Baseball Miscellaneous Stats for Louisiana Tech (as of Feb 07, 2011) (All games)

2010 MISCELLANEOUS STATS STARTERS SUMMARY

Player

GS

p

c

1b

2b

Position 3b ss lf

26 Threlkeld, Mar 36 Dageford, Dev 3 Ford, Joey 21 Roliard, Kyle 44 Williams, Alex 34 Ewing, Clint 33 Alvis, Will 5 Stubbs, Clint 6 Hughes, Ashton 7 Terrasas, Taylo 8 Gordey, Justin 32 Jefferson, Mike 23 Petersen, Trev 19 Bradshaw, Jam 22 Barrett, Josh 4 Breazeale, Dan 15 Mire, Jonathan 29 Jones, Casey 11 Menou, Philip 14 Thomas, Drew 31 Stefan, Jeb 17 LeBreton, Mike 20 Clements, Jam

57 56 55 54 52 51 49 41 36 24 19 13 12 12 9 8 6 3 3 3 3 2 1

. . . 2 . . . . . . . 13 12 12 9 . . 3 . . 3 2 1

. . . . . 47 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . .

. . . . 52 . . . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . .

. . 46 . . . . . . 3 . . . . . 8 . . . . . . .

57 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . 36 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 3 51 . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . .

cf

rf

of

dh

. . 6 . . . . 41 . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . .

. 55 . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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JAMEY BRADSHAW

HIGH SCHOOL

19

Lettered three years for the Aggies under coach Tony Antley at Choudrant HS...Compiled a 36-6 record with a 1.37 ERA in high school...Named all-state, all-district, all-parish and All-Northeast Louisiana MVP his junior and senior seasons...Earned alldistrict MVP his sophomore and junior seasons and all-state sophomore year...Helped lead Choudrant to a state title in 2005 and district championships from 2003-2006...Also lettered in basketball three years.

LHP | L/L | 6-1 | 210 | 4L Choudrant, La. (Choudrant HS) 2010 (SENIOR)

Made 14 appearances with 12 starts...Accumulateda 4-2 record with a 5.77 ERA while striking out 64...Recorded a career high eight strikeouts in seven innings in a no decision at Minn. (3/26)...Totaled seven strikeouts in seven innings in a win over Texas Wesleyan (4/2)...Tallied at least five strikeouts in eight of his 14 appearances

PERSONAL

Son of Jeff and Barbara Bradshaw...Goes by Jamey...Has two brothers, Greg and Jay...Born Nov. 3, 1987, in Monroe, La.

2009 (JUNIOR) 78

Appeared in 15 games, while starting six...Received his first victory of the season against Hawaii (5/1)...In 4 2/3 innings of relief, he allowed only one run on two hits and three walks... Struck out a season-high five in the contest...Longest outing of the season (5 1/3 innings) came in game one of Tech’s doubleheader at San Jose State (4/10)...Allowed only one run in three innings of work against a potent New Mexico State offense in the WAC Tournament (5/22). 2008 (SOPHOMORE)

Worked mainly out of the bullpen...Made 17 appearances, including two starts (3/29 and 4/3)...In eight outings, he gave up two hits or less...Picked up his first win of season against McNeese State in relief (2/22)...Picked up his only save of season against Central Arkansas (3/9)...Longest outing of the year (4.1 innings) was against Hawaii (4/25)...Recorded seasonhigh six strikeouts twice (2/22 vs. McNeese State and 4/25 vs. 2011ofLouisiana Tech Baseball Hawaii)...Earned a victory in his final relief outing season at Individual Career History New Mexico State (5/17).

KEY LOSSES

2007 (FRESHMAN) Jamey Started five games on the mound as a freshman...TeamBradshaw, went 4-1 Year in games he started...Made avg gp-gs nine ab appearances r h 2b out 3b ofhrtherbi tb slg% bullpen...Recorded four.000strikeouts in0 five0 innings 2007 0-0 0 0 against 0 0 To- 0 0 .000 2008 (3/7). .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 ledo 2009 2010 CAREER TOTAL

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2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

7.23 5.45 8.72 5.77 6.62

0-1 2-2 1-4 4-2 7-9

14 17 15 14 60

5 2 6 12 25

0 0 0 1 1

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

0 1 0 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

ip

0 0 0

h

.000 .000 .000

r

er

23.2 31 25 19 34.2 45 34 21 42.1 59 43 41 73.1 86 53 47 174.0 221 155 128

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0 0

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

16 13 19 34 31 31 30 64 96 142

6 9 10 13 38

1 0 0 1 2

0 3 4 10 17

132 175 217 339 863

.287 .300 .339 .288 .302

3 3 5 6 17

5 4 7 5 21

0 2 0 0 2

1 0 2 1 4

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e

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0 1 4 2 7

6 3 8 11 28

2 1 2 4 9

.750 .800 .857 .765 .795


Collected an 18-game hitting streak, second-longest of the season among the Bulldogs (4/11-5/14)...Smashed two walkoff home runs, one came against Houston Baptist (3/21) and the second was against Fresno State (4/18)...Also cracked two grand slams in two days against Dallas Baptist (3/26 and 3/27)...Showed his versatility on the base paths as he stole nine bases...Recorded 95 putouts and five assists from his right field position...Posted a .980 fielding percentage. Won his team’s version of the Triple Crown as he led the Bulldogs in batting average, home runs and RBI...Also ranked first on team with three triples and five sacrifice flies...One of only two Bulldogs to start all 51 games...assists from his right field position...Posted a .980 fielding percentage.

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DEVON DAGEFORD OF | R/R | 6-3 | 225 | 2L Beatrice, Neb. (Cloud CC) 2010 (SENIOR)

Started 56 games in right field for the Bulldogs...ABCA AllSouth Central Region first team...First team All-WAC... NCBWA Pre-Season First Team All-American... 1-of-30 candidates for Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award... Academic all-District VI second team...Set new school record with 21 doubles in a season...Second most hits in a single season in Tech history (85)...Third most total bases in a season in school history with 157...Fifth in school history in single season runs scored with 63...Team high 21 game hitting streak (4/22-5/26)...Led team in homeruns, batting avg., hits, doubles, runs scored, total bases and slugging percentage...Launched third career grand slam in a win over SJSU (4/9)...Two multi homerun games (2) at Fresno State (4/17) and NMSU (4/30)...Second on team with seven stolen bases...After just two years ranks sixth in school history for career batting average, .378...Fourth at Tech in career homeruns (40)...T-10th in school history career total bases (325)

2007-08 (CLOUD CC)

Played two years at Cloud Community College in Concordia, Kan. under coach Greg Brummett. HIGH SCHOOL

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Played at Beatrice High School for coach Jeremy Morgan... Also played football as a linebacker...Played one year of summer ball for the Beatrice Bruins under coach Bob Steinkamp... During his career with the Bruins, his team won the M.I.N.K. League Championship and they placed third at the NBC Tournament. PERSONAL

2009 (JUNIOR)

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.385 51-51 .373 57-56 .378 108-107

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2b

3b

195 59 75 228 63 85 423 122 160

ab

r

18 21 39

3 0 3

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

23 68 168 17 56 157 40 124 325

hr

rbi

.862 .689 .768

18 16 34

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sf sh

.429 5 .413 5 .420 10

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e

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1 9-11 0 7-13 1 16-24

95 118 213

5 5 10

2 3 5

.980 .976 .978

KEY LOSSES

Played in 11 games, started one...Recorded seven hits in 15 Selected to Pro Line Athletic/NCBWA All-America Second at-bats, good for a .467 batting average...Hit one home run and Team...Named ABCA South Central All-Region Second Team registered four RBI on the season...Helped lead team to Southand All Ping!Baseball Third Team...All-WAC First Team and Allland Conference Championship. Tournament Team selection...Named LSWA Newcomer of the Year and selected to the All-LSWA First Team...Named Academic All-WAC...Named WAC Hitter of the Week twice (4/20 and 5/4), LSWA Hitter of the Week (4/21) and CollegeBaseballInsider.com Player of the Week for the West Region (4/22)... Shattered Tech’s single-season home run and total bases records with 23 and 168, respectively...Concluded first season leading the WAC in slugging percentage (.862) and placing second in home runs (23) during all games...Finished year third in school history with 68 RBI, seventh in doubles 18 and 2011with Louisiana Tech Baseball Individual Career History tied for 10th in runs scored with 59...


2006 (FRESHMAN)

JONATHAN MIRE

15

Redshirt season HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered two years under coach Jamie Morgan for the East Ascension High School Spartans in Gonzales, La...Helped lead the Spartans to district titles in 7-4A his junior and senior seasons...Named honorable mention all-district in 2005...Lettered two years in football as a quarterback, running back, wide receiver and long snapper...Also lettered in swimming...Finished as first team academic all-state and an honor graduate.

INF/DH | R/R | 5-11 | 205 | 4L Gonzales, La. (East Ascension HS) 2010 (RS SENIOR)

Played in 32 games with six starts...Very valuable as a pinch hitter...Led the team with 13 pinch hit appearances on the year...Went 4-for-6 with four RBI and two doubles at New Mexico (3/13)...Hit his only homerun of the season vs. Grambling State (3/23)

PERSONAL

Last name is pronounced “meer”...Son of Peter and Pamela Mire...Has four sisters, Ashley, Britne, Brienne and Jori and three brothers in-law, Shawn, Cody and Justin...Majoring in electrical engineering technology...Born Aug. 28, 1987, in Baton Rouge.

2009 (RS JUNIOR) 80

Named Academic All-WAC...Played in 27 games, while starting four...Primarily served as a pinch hitter or a defensive replacement at first base...Committed only two errors on the season...Set a new career-high with four RBI in a win against Grambling State (2/22)...Smashed a single in the 10th inning of the Bulldogs’ extra innings win over Stephen F. Austin (3/10)... Launched his first collegiate home run in a 11-9 win in game one of Tech’s doubleheader against Texas Wesleyan (4/21). 2008 (RS SOPHOMORE)

Appeared in 14 games mostly as a first baseman, started vs. Arkansas as the designated hitter (2/29)...First RBI of the season came in a 10-4 win vs. Hawaii (4/25). 2007 (RS FRESHMAN)

KEY LOSSES

Came off the bench to pinch hit and run...Had his best outing on Feb. 13, going 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBI against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

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CAREER STATISTICS Year

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

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sf sh

.273 8-0 .083 14-1 .200 27-4 .292 32-6 .236 81-11

11 12 35 48 106

3 2 3 12 20

3 1 7 14 25

2 0 1 5 8

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 2

2 1 8 9 20

5 1 11 22 39

.455 .083 .314 .458 .368

0 3 6 5 14

0 1 1 0 2

1 5 11 16 33

0 0 3 0 3

.273 .313 .333 .358 .336

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po

a

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13 17 77 61 168

0 0 6 4 10

e

fld%

0 1.000 0 1.000 2 .976 3 .956 5 .973


2009 (JUNIOR)

5

CLINT STUBBS

Named Academic All-WAC...Batted .304 while appearing in 38 games, and starting 24... Totaled eight multi-hit games...Stole the second-most bases on the team, 15...Scored three runs in a game three times...Went 2-for-4 in the season opener with a triple, a walk, a run scored and two stolen bases against Grambling State (2/20)...Recorded three hits in eight at-bats at Southern Miss (3/14 and 3/15)...Set a new career-high with three RBI in Tech’s 17-14 win over Nevada (4/5)...Accumulated five hits, two doubles, a walk, a stolen base and totaled six runs scored in three games against Fresno State (4/18-4/19)... Put himself in scoring position by stealing second base in the ninth inning of Tech’s 4-3 walk-off win in the WAC Tournament against Hawaii (5/21).

OF | L/R | 6-2 | 175 | 3L Atlanta, Texas (Texas) 2010 (SENIOR)

Played in 53 games and started 41 in center field...T-8th in school history with four triples in a season...Led team with 16 stolen bases on the year...Recorded a career high five hits after going 5-for-5 vs. UCA on senior night (5/18) while also totaling a career high four RBI and cracking his first career homerun... Stole home at UTPA (3/6)...Stole three bases in one game vs. Texas Wesleyan (4/3)...Recorded an RBI against his former team in a 10-9 loss at #1 Texas.

2008 (JUNIOR)

First hit of Tech career came vs. McNeese State (2/24)...Contributed to a 11-7 win vs. UL-Monroe (2/27) by going 2-for-4 with a run, 2 RBIs and a double...During the two game series vs. #11 Baylor, he went 3-for-8 with a run and 4 RBIs (3/4-3/5)... First stolen base of Tech career came vs. Tennessee-Martin (3/15)...Concluded season on a high note by going 3-for-10 with three runs, a double and a triple at New Mexico State (5/17-5/18).

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2007 (TEXAS)

Played one season at the University of Texas before transferring to Louisiana Tech...Made 12 appearances for the Longhorns and batted .250 with no home runs and one RBI. HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered four years for coach Randy Raley at Atlanta High School in Atlanta, Texas...Also played football and ran track for four years, and played basketball for two seasons...Played one year of summer ball for the Beatrice Bruins in Beatrice, Neb. PERSONAL

CAREER STATISTICS Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Stubbs, Clint

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.204 .304 .322 .284

47-19 38-24 53-41 138-84

93 79 152 324

12 24 40 76

19 24 49 92

3 3 6 12

1 1 4 6

0 0 1 1

11 24 6 29 25 66 42 119

.258 .367 .434 .367

4 16 23 43

0 1 3 4

24 20 27 71

1 3 0 4

.235 .427 .421 .374

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po

a

e

fld%

1 3-3 2 15-18 2 16-24 5 34-45

40 50 98 188

2 0 2 4

4 2 2 8

.913 .962 .980 .960

KEY LOSSES

Full name is James Clint Stubbs...Goes by Clint...Son of Rick and Katherine Stubbs...Has two brothers, Drew and Jody... 2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Father, Rick was a three-time All-American hurdler for the Individual Career History Louisiana Tech track team from 1971-74...Brother, Drew was selected in the first round of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds...Born Sept. 7, 1987, in Texarkana, Texas.


Single-Season Team Highs Wins Wins 46 43 43 42 40

Year 1978 1980 1987 1988 1982

Losses Losses 39 38 37 37 34

Year 2005 2004 2002 1999 1998

Winning Pct. Pct. Year .826 1960 .793 1947 .778 1961 .754 1987 .750 2 times

Winning Streak Wins Year 13 1978 13 1987 12 1972 11 1979 11 1985

Losing Streak Losses Year 11 2008 9 2004 9 1993 8 1999 8 1980

At-Bats AB Year 2072 2010 2069 2007 2019 2006 1988 2 times 1935 1997

Hits Hits 697 642 628 609 596

Year 2010 2007 2006 1986 1997

Runs Runs 487 447 447 438 434

Year 2010 2007 1988 2009 1986

Home Runs HR Year 102 1988 92 2009 81 2010 76 1989 75 2001

Runs Batted In RBI Year 441 2010 408 2 times 396 1988 384 2006 379 2001

Walks BB 297 294 293 288 280

Year 1982 1980 1986 1984 2007

Hits Allowed Hits Year 718 2004 647 1997 625 2010 622 1999 574 2008 Complete Games CG Year 26 1980 25 1971 25 1973 24 1976 24 1978

Best ERA ERA Year 2.53 1971 2.69 1972 2.86 1973 3.26 1985 3.39 1970 Strikeouts SO Year 452 2007 452 2002 425 2005 405 2006 388 1980

Worst ERA ERA Year 8.44 1998 7.37 2004 7.33 2010 7.26 1997 7.24 2009 Shutouts SH Year 11 1978 10 1984 8 1972 8 1974 8 1985

Putouts PO Year 1539 2007 1537 2006 1516 2004 1493 1986 1489 2002

Assists A Year 676 1982 665 2004 651 1986 627 2006 611 2007

Errors E 133 127 113 112 104

Hitting Highest Batting Avg. Avg. Year .343 1958 .336 2010 .323 2009 .320 1977 .311 2006

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Lowest Batting Avg. Avg. Year .214 1964 .226 1957 .237 1969 .238 1965 .242 1966

Doubles Triples 2B Year 3B 141 2010 19 119 2001 19 110 1997 16 109 2004 16 108 2 times 14

Year 1970 1986 2007 1977 1981

Strikeouts K Year 491 2004 467 2003 462 1999 425 2005 411 2002

Stolen Bases SB Year 119 1997 107 1986 96 1972 87 1996 86 2003

Hit by Pitches HB Year 77 2004 75 2007 67 2009 66 2008 63 2002

Wild Pitches WP Year 83 2001 72 2010 70 2007 64 2 times 63 2005

Pitching Saves SV Year 14 1980 13 1977 12 1996 11 4 times

Innings IP Year 513.0 2007 512.2 2006 509.1 1980 505.1 2004 496.2 1986

Runs Allowed Runs Year 523 1998 516 2004 456 2010 441 1997 437 1999

Walks BB Year 362 1980 298 1982 287 1984 283 2 times 279 1990

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Best Fielding Pct. Pct. Year .966 2007 .965 2006 .962 2009 .962 1978 .962 1984 .962 1986

Worst Fielding Pct. Pct. Year .924 1954 .927 1953 .931 1955 .931 1965 .933 1951

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Individual Career Records Career Batting Career Batting Average 1. David Segui 1987 .393 2. Phil Hiatt 1990 .392 3. J.W. Mercer 1957-60 .383 4. Charlie Montoyo 1985-87 .380 5. Jim Orton 1958-59 .379 6. Devon Dageford 2009-10 .385 7. Dale Holman 1977-79 .373 8. Bubba Griffin 1997 .368 9. Dave Brennan 1988-89 .364 Wade Scott 1956-59 .364 Joey Ford 2009-Pres. .364 Home Runs 1. T.J. Soto 1997-00 72 2. Jim Aulds 1981-84 46 3. Ken Shamburg 1988-89 41 4. Devon Dageford 2009-10 40 5. Albie Goulder 2005-08 38 Charlie Montoyo 1985-87 38 7. Chris Loy 1994-97 36 8. Brian Myrow 1998-99 35 Ed Beuerlein 1988-89 35 10. Jericho Jones 2006-08 34 Charlie Jones 1991-94 34 Runs Batted In 1. T. J. Soto 2. Chris Loy 3. Charlie Jones 4. Jim Aulds 5. Cullen Simmons 6. Albie Goulder 7. Barry Johnson 8. Jericho Jones Ken Shamburg 10. Dale Holman

220 171 167 152 150 144 143 138 138 134

1997-00 1994-97 2001-03 1999-02 1989-92 1991-94 2005-08 1977-80 1981-84 1977-79

269 247 240 231 232 230 226 222 220 208

1985-87 1972-75 2005-08 1979-82 1993-96 1976-79 1975-78 1989-92 1968-71 1995-97

172 124 118 105 100 97 94 90 89 86

Runs Scored 1. T. J. Soto 2. Daniel Robinson 3. Adam Cobb 4. Albie Goulder 5. Jay Adcock John Albritton 7. Wade Robinson 8. Tony Lawrence Cullen Simmons 10. Chris Loy

1997-00 1989-92 2005-08 2005-08 1977-80 1976-79 2001-03 1995-97 2001-03 1994-97

202 156 147 138 135 135 132 131 131 129

Strikeouts 1. T. J. Soto 2. Adam Cobb 3. Tony Lawrence 4. Albie Goulder 5. Jericho Jones 6. Jim Aulds 7. Chris Loy Mitch McIlwain 9. Wade Robinson 10. Johnny Walker Jake Adams

1997-00 2005-08 1995-97 2005-08 2006-08 1988-91 1994-97 1995-98 2001-03 1975-78 2000-01

211 165 164 159 147 139 133 133 128 118 118

Stolen Bases 1. Fred McGaha 2. Jeff Richardson 3. John Cassibry 4. Nick Grunenwald John Albritton 6. Dean Dick Johnny Giordano Drew Pregeant 9. T. J. Soto 10. Jim Jagnow

1969-72 1983-86 1969-72 2006-09 1976-79 1969-72 1980-82 1993-96 1997-00 1983-84

75 65 63 52 52 43 43 43 41 39

Doubles 1. T. J. Soto 2. Carl Boyd 3. Jay Adcock 4. Chris Loy 5. Adam Cobb Wade Robinson 7. Tony Lawrence 8. Dale Holman 9. Charlie Jones Daniel Robinson Triples 1. John Cassibry Bill Laird 3. Jay Adcock Bobby Brasher Dale Holman 6. Adam Cobb Wade Robinson 8. T. J. Soto Steve Lacy John Albritton Daniel Robinson Clint Stubbs

1997-00 1981-84 1977-80 1994-97 2005-08 2001-03 1995-97 1977-79 1991-94 1989-92 1969-72 1963-65 1977-80 1946-49 1977-79 2005-08 2001-03 1997-99 1973-75 1976-79 1989-92 2008-10

Total Bases 1. T. J. Soto 2. Jim Aulds 3. Chris Loy 4. Charlie Jones 5. Dale Holman 6. Charlie Montoyo 7. Daniel Robinson Cullen Simmons 9. Albie Goulder 10. Adam Cobb Devon Dageford

1997-00 1987-90 1994-97 1991-94 1977-79 1985-87 1989-92 1999-02 2005-08 2005-08 2009-10

555 403 400 372 339 337 335 335 331 325 325

Hit By Pitch 1. Cullen Simmons 1999-02 31 2. Matt Combs 2007-09 30 3. Nick Cauley 2001-02 28 John Brandon 2001-03 28 5. Albie Goulder 2005-08 26 6. Chris Kersten 2006-09 25 Tony Lawrence 1995-97 25 Matt Miller 1997-99 25 Brian Rike 2005-07 25 10. Mitch McIlwain 1995-98 21 Games 1. T. J. Soto 1997-00 221 Wade Robinson 2000-03 221 3. Jay Adcock 1977-80 213 4. Albie Goulder 2005-08 211 5. Jeff Best 1979-82 206 6. Daniel Robinson 1989-92 204 7. Carl Boyd 1981-84 202 Chris Loy 1994-97 202 9. Adam Cobb 2005-08 199 10. Charlie Jones 1991-94 195

58 53 46 45 43 43 42 41 40 40 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

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1961-64 1965-66 1959-62 1971-74 1966-68 1968-70 1964-66 1964-67 1959-62 1971-74 1989-92 2000-03 1971-74 1953-56 1972-75 1971-74 1977-80 1985-87 1988-90 1990-93

1.39 1.49 1.61 2.17 2.22 2.27 2.29 2.33 2.58 2.59 352.1 321.0 303.0 299.2 297.2 291.2 285.0 281.1 264.2 261.0

Strikeouts 1. Eddie Holman 2. Adam Kirkendall 3. Richard Hunter 4. Randy McGilberry 5. Keith Thibodeaux Kevin McGehee 7. Rodney Howard 8. Alvin Parker 9. Casey Blalock 10. Luke Burnett

1971-74 2000-03 1989-92 1973-75 1977-80 1988-90 1972-75 1959-62 2001-02 2006-08

336 286 280 261 247 247 244 240 222 218

Wins 1. Eddie Holman 2. Richie LeBlanc 3. Keith Thibodeaux 4. Bill Norwood 5. Rodney Howard 6. George Woodson Randy McGilberry 8. Alvin Parker 9. Buddy Aulds 10. Three with

1971-74 1985-87 1977-80 1971-74 1972-75 1961-64 1973-75 1959-62 1981-84 -

33 29 28 27 24 23 23 22 21 20

Saves 1. Buddy Aulds 2. Mike Martin 3. Billy Tanksley 4. Matt Buckle

1981-84 1987-90 1995-97 2000-01

18 14 12 11

Appearances 1. Andrew Alsup 2. Buddy Aulds 3. Aaron Lorio 4. Adam Kirkendall 5. Billy Tanksley 6. Andrew Lassere 7. Jimmy Faircloth 8. Mike Martin Johnathan Whalen Matt Lacy

2004-07 1981-84 2005-08 2000-03 1995-97 2005-08 1985-87 1987-90 1998-02 2003-06

78 77 74 72 71 67 66 64 64 64

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RECORDS

Hits 1. T. J. Soto 2. Chris Loy 3. Wade Robinson 4. Cullen Simmons 5. Daniel Robinson 6. Charlie Jones 7. Adam Cobb 8. Jay Adcock 9. Jim Aulds 10. Dale Holman Walks 1. Charlie Montoyo 2. Richie McAlister 3. Albie Goulder 4. Jim Case 5. Drew Pregeant 6. Charlie Bailey 7. Johnny Walker 8. Daniel Robinson 9. Gary Patterson 10. Tony Lawrence

1997-00 1994-97 1991-94 1981-84 1999-02 2005-08 1974-77 2006-08 1988-89 1977-79

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Season Batting Average (Min. 2.5 AB per game) Player 1. Wade Scott 2. Jim Orton 3. Dale Holman 4. Charlie Montoyo 5. Jay Adcock 6. Robert Marrus 7. Mike Burke 8. David Segui 9. Phillip Hiatt 10. James Farrar At-Bats Player 1. Wade Robinson 2. Mark Threlkeld 3. Doug Ortmon 4. Frank Colston Jeff Richardson Kyle Roliard 7. Chris Loy Wade Robinson 9. Frank Kellner Ryan Hamilton Devon Dageford Runs Player 1. Charlie Montoyo 2. Brian Rike 3. Frank Kellner 4. Charlie Montoyo 5. Devon Dageford 6. Todd Ross Mark Threlkeld 8. Tony Lawrence Brian Myrow T. J. Soto Hits Player 1. Jay Adcock 2. Devon Dageford 3. Phillip Hiatt 4. Kevin Winn Dale Holman Doug Ortmon Frank Kellner Craig Montgomery 9. Ryan Hamilton Mark Threlkeld Home Runs Player 1. Devon Dageford 2. T. J. Soto Ed Beuerlein Ken Shamburg Brian Myrow 6. Tom Krupa Ken Shamburg Brian Rike 9. Jim Aulds T. J. Soto T. J. Soto Jake Adams

Year 1958 1958 1979 1987 1980 1966 1977 1987 1990 1952

AB 74 76 167 176 219 128 170 196 209 62

Avg. .473 .447 .407 .403 .402 .398 .394 .393 .392 .390

Year 2002 2010 1986 1986 1986 2010 1997 2001 1989 2006 2010

G 58 57 61 60 60 57 56 58 58 57 57

AB 248 239 235 231 231 230 229 229 228 228 228

Year 1987 2007 1986 1986 2010 1989 2010 1987 1999 2000

G 57 59 61 59 57 55 57 56 55 55

R 76 74 66 65 63 62 62 61 61 61

Year 1980 2010 1990 2009 1978 1986 1988 2001 2006 2010

G 67 57 56 51 65 61 61 57 58 57

H 88 85 82 81 81 81 81 81 80 80

Year 2009 2000 1988 1988 1998 1982 1989 2007 1988 1999 1998 2001

G HR 51 23 55 21 56 21 61 21 55 21 66 20 57 20 59 20 61 19 57 19 53 19 58 19

Doubles Player 1. Devon Dageford 2. Chris Kersten Brandon Haygood Dave Brennan 5. Kevin Winn Wade Robinson T. J. Soto 8. Devon Dageford Brian Myrow Scott Lanxon Sam McIntyre Tony Lawrence Craig Montgomery

Year 2010 2009 2005 1988 2009 2001 1997 2009 1999 1981 1992 1996 2001

G 2B 57 21 51 20 56 20 53 20 51 19 58 19 54 19 51 18 55 18 53 18 48 18 54 18 57 18

Triples Player Year G 1. John Cassibry 1970 39 Dale Akers 1986 57 3. Billy Laird 1964 33 John Albritton 1977 47 Jerry Goza 1998 48 6. T. J. Soto 1999 57 Don Barteet 1970 39 8. Six Tied Runs Batted In Player Year G 1. Ken Shamburg 1988 61 2. Doug Ortmon 1986 61 3. Devon Dageford 2009 51 Jeff Miller 1987 57 5. David Segui 1987 57 Ken Shamburg 1989 57 Brian Myrow 1998 55 Brian Rike 2007 59 9. T. J. Soto 1999 57 10. Kevin Winn 2009 51 Total Bases Player Year G 1. Devon Dageford 2009 51 2. T. J. Soto 1997 57 3. Devon Dageford 2010 57 4. Brian Rike 2007 59 5. Chris Kersten 2009 51 6. T. J. Soto 2000 55 Ken Shamburg 1988 61 8. Ken Shamburg 1989 57 Tom Krupa 1982 66 Brian Myrow 1998 55 Walks Player Year G 1. Charlie Montoyo 1987 57 2. Charlie Montoyo 1986 59 3. Jay Tucker 1980 67 4. Charlie Montoyo 1985 44 5. Tommy Bost 1998 52 6. Jim Case 1982 65 7. Tom Krupa 1982 66 8. Brian Rike 2007 59 9. Rene Fonte 1984 59 10. Todd Ross 1988 58

3B 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 RBI 72 70 68 68 66 66 66 66 65 63 TB 168 161 157 153 149 148 148 147 147 147 BB 67 56 52 49 47 46 43 42 41 39

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Year 2001 1997 2002 2003 2007 2001 1995 2002 2001 2009 2002 2003 2005

G HBP 54 17 53 15 53 15 50 15 59 14 53 13 49 13 47 13 58 12 51 11 58 11 53 11 52 11

Year 1997 2001 1996 2006 1995 1998 2000 2002 2005 1988 1990

G 54 58 54 52 51 53 54 58 56 61 60

Year 1984 1971 1972 1986 1985 1972 1997 1987 1982 1984 1997

G SB 55 36 50 35 48 35 60 35 46 30 48 28 53 28 50 24 56 23 58 22 54 22

Year 1980 1980 1982 1982 1978 1980 1982 1980 1978 1978

G 67 67 66 66 65 65 65 64 63 62

K 65 64 62 55 54 54 54 54 53 51 51


Individual Season Pitching Earned Run Average Player 1. George Woodson 2. Ed Walker 3. Alvin Parker 4. Jess Mercer 5. George Stone 6. Alvin Parker 7. Charles Crabtree 8. George Stone 9. George Woodson 10. Bill Norwood

Year 1964 1965 1960 1958 1965 1962 1952 1966 1963 1973

Wins Player 1. Randy McGilberry Richie LeBlanc 3. Keith Thibodeaux 4. Eddie Holman Richie LeBlanc 6. Eddie Holman Jim Boehne Jimmy Faircloth Robert Ogle 10. 15 players with

Year 1975 1987 1980 1972 1986 1974 1985 1987 2000 —

G 21 18 14 15 21 12 13 20 18 —

W 12 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 8

Losses Player 1. Lee Gwaltney 2. Adam Kikendall Ben Hickman Andy Overholser Casey Blalock Clayton Meyer 7. Jimmy Tuggle Richard Hunter Gabe Ishee Shawn Sonnier Jason Wilkins Luke Burnett Trevor Petersen

Year 2002 2003 1999 1990 2002 2005 1983 1989 1995 1997 1997 2007 2010

G 16 17 27 19 19 19 13 13 18 19 21 19 19

L 12 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Innings Player 1. Shawn Sonnier 2. Casey Blalock 3. Randy McGilberry 4. Richie LeBlanc 5. Richie LeBlanc 6. Rodney Howard 7. Adam Kirkendall 8. Lee Gwaltney 9. Clayton Meyer 10. Casey Blalock

Year 1998 2002 1975 1987 1986 1975 2002 2002 2004 2001

IP 56.0 40.2 63.0 45.2 41.0 49.0 36.2 68.0 54.1 74.1

IP 123.0 116.2 115.0 114.0 113.1 107.2 107.1 106.2 106.1 103.1

ERA 0.32 0.85 0.86 0.98 1.02 1.11 1.22 1.24 1.29 1.33

Games Started

Strikeouts per 9 innings

Player 1. Shawn Sonnier 2. Casey Blalock Adam Kirkendall 4. Richie LeBlanc Shawn Sonnier Robert Ogle Casey Blalock Lee Gwaltney Clayton Meyer Luke Burnett 10. Bob Smith Richie LeBlanc Kevin McGehee Jason Wilkins Robert Ogle Jericho Jones

Year 1998 2002 2002 1987 1997 2000 2001 2002 2004 2007 1984 1986 1988 1997 1999 2006

G GS 21 18 19 17 17 17 18 16 19 16 18 16 18 16 16 16 17 16 19 16 15 15 21 15 15 15 21 15 19 15 15 15

Walks Player 1. Shawn Sonnier 2. Keith Thibodeaux 3. Luke Burnett 4. Kevin McGehee 5. Rick Mika 6. Kevin McGehee 7. Richie LeBlanc Mike Jefferson 9. Art Niemann 10. Jimmy Faircloth

Year IP 1998 123.0 1980 89.2 2007 91.1 1990 95.0 1983 84.1 1989 86.2 1986 113.1 2010 72.1 1980 82.2 1986 102.1

BB 75 66 65 63 62 61 59 59 56 53

Complete Games Player Year GS CG 1. Ronnie Martin 1976 12 11 2. Bill Norwood 1973 11 9 Keith Thibodeaux 1980 12 9 Richie LeBlanc 1986 15 9 5. Seven Players Tied 8 Strikeouts Player 1. Eddie Holman 2. Casey Blalock 3. Luke Burnett 4. Lee Gwaltney 5. Randy McGilberry 6. Casey Blaylock 7. Richie LeBlanc 8. Kevin McGehee 9. Adam Kirkendall 10. Ben Hickman

Year 1997 2007 1986 2001 1986 1999 2003 2007 2009 1996 2003

IP 92.1 116.2 91.1 106.2 115.0 103.1 114.0 95.0 96.1 101.0

K 130 116 115 113 108 106 103 101 99 97

G 30 30 28 28 27 27 27 27 25 25 25

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Year 1972 1963 1960 1965 2007 1973 1966 1974 1984 1959

K 130 73 83 52 115 66 80 66 69 70

K/9 12.67 12.09 11.86 11.41 11.36 10.74 10.59 10.55 10.53 10.50

(Min. 1 IP per game or appear in 33 percent of games)

Player 1. George Woodson 2. Keith Thibodeaux 3. Bill Randolph 4. George Woodson 5. George Stone 6. George Woodson 7. Alvin Parker 8. Randy McGilberry 9. Ronnie Botica 10. Eddie Holman

Year 1964 1980 1951 1962 1965 1963 1962 1973 1971 1971

H 26 44 25 25 23 31 28 45 45 42

H/9 4.18 4.42 4.69 4.89 5.04 5.14 5.14 5.24 5.42 5.43

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Fewest Walks per 9 innings (Min. 1 IP per game or appear in 33 percent of games)

Player 1. Charles Fuller 2. Ben Hickman 3. Alvin Parker 4. Newell Blume 5. Jason Wilkins 6. Ronnie Bell 7. Charles Fuller Billy Tanksley 9. George Woodson 10. George Woodson Saves Player 1. Matt Buckle 2. Mike Martin Billy Tanksley 4. Randy Jamar Buddy Aulds Don Clinton 7. Buddy Aulds Mike Martin Ben Hickman Derek Brewster Aaron Lorio

Year 1961 1999 1961 1963 1997 1968 1962 1996 1962 1964

BB 4 13 9 8 19 12 9 18 9 11

Year 2000 1989 1997 1980 1982 1987 1984 1990 1999 2002 2007

Sv 9 8 8 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

BB/9 0.74 1.16 1.57 1.58 1.66 1.67 1.72 1.72 1.76 1.77

RECORDS

Appearances Player 1. Billy Tanksley Aaron Lorio 3. Jimmy Faircloth Marcus Clapp 5. Don Clinton Ben Hickman Mitch Tucker Andrew Alsup 9. Mike Jefferson Billy Tanksley Jason Schneider

Year 1972 2002 2007 2002 1975 2001 1987 1990 2003 1999

(Min. 1 IP per game or appear in 33 percent of games)


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Games Played 1970 Two tied-39 1971 Three tied-50 1972 NA 1973 NA 1974 Five tied-48 1975 Three tied-47 1976 Three tied-42 1977 Three tied-51 1978 Dale Holman-65 1979 Two tied-49 1980 Two tied-67 1981 Scott Lanxon-53 1982 Two tied-66 1983 Two tied-50 1984 Two tied-59 1985 Doug Ortman-47 1986 Two tied-61 1987 Four tied-57 1988 Three tied-61 1989 Frank Kellner-58 1990 Greg Kahmann-60 1991 Greg Kahmann-57 1992 Two tied-49 1993 Two tied-50 1994 Four tied-47 1995 Mark Doubleday-52 1996 Tony Lawrence-54 1997 Two tied-56 1998 Brian Myrow-55 1999 T.J. Soto-57 2000 T.J. Soto- 55 2001 Three tied 58 2002 Three tied 58 2003 Wade Robinson-53 2004 Brandon Haygood-58 2005 Two tied-56 2006 Two tied-58 2007 Brian Rike-59 2008 Four tied-54 2009 Two tied-51 2010 Three tied-57 Batting Average (Min. 50 AB) 1970 Gary Patterson-.300 1971 Fred McGaha-.337 1972 Fred McGaha-.386 1973 Greg Hamilton-.328 1974 Bobby Brasher-.356 1975 Richie McAlister-.387 1976 Bobby Brasher-.338 1977 Mike Burke-.394 1978 Dale Holman-.368 1979 Dale Holman-.407 1980 Jay Adcock-.402 1981 Dan Banas-.378 1982 Tom Krupa-.314 1983 A. Kattenbraker-.338 1984 Doug Ortman-.344 1985 Frank Colston-.367 1986 Charlie Montoyo-.383 1987 Charlie Montoyo-.403 1988 Dave Brennan-.380 1989 Ken Shamburg-.374 1990 Phillip Hiatt-.392 1991 Charlie Jones-.359 1992 Daniel Robinson-.366 1993 Wes Hawkins-.350 1994 Charlie Jones-.361

1995 Brett Caulfield-.299 1996 Greg Guidry-.352 1997 Bubba Griffin-.368 1998 Tommy Bost-346 1999 T.J. Soto-.344 2000 T.J. Soto- .341 2001 C. Montgomery-.358 2002 Cullen Simmons-.341 2003 Wade Robinson- .332 2004 Kyle Spangler-.350 2005 Ryan Hamilton-.339 2006 Jericho Jones-.357 2007 Drew Bunting-.411 2008 Jericho Jones-.364 2009 Devon Dageford-.385 2010 Devon DagefordAt-Bats 1970 Don Barteet-132 1971 Fred McGaha-172 1972 John Cassibry-165 1973 Steve Lacy-148 1974 Bobby Brasher-163 1975 Roger Stallings-175 1976 Barry Johnson-142 1977 Barry Johnson-178 1978 Dale Holman-223 1979 John Albritton-174 1980 Jay Adcock-219 1981 Dan Banas-193 1982 Scott Lanxon-214 1983 Rene Fonte-172 1984 Two with-193 1985 Frank Colston-147 1986 Doug Ortman-235 1987 Jeff Miller-207 1988 Ken Shamburg-223 1989 Frank Kellner-228 1990 Richard Hunter-225 1991 Two with-198 1992 Daniel Robinson-194 1993 Wes Hawkins-183 1994 Chris Loy-191 1995 Mark Doubleday-184 1996 Tony Lawrence-195 1997 Chris Loy-229 1998 Brian Myrow-208 1999 T.J. Soto-224 2000 C. Montgomery- 220 2001 Wade Robinson-229 2002 Wade Robinson-248 2003 Wade Robinson- 205 2004 Brandon Haygood-233 2005 Ryan Hamilton-224 2006 Ryan Hamilton-228 2007 Brian Rike-217 2008 Adam Cobb-222 2009 Kevin Winn-213 2010 Mark Threlkeld-239 Runs 1970 John Cassibry-21 1971 Fred McGaha - 43 1972 Fred McGaha-40 1973 Greg Hamilton-31 1974 Phil Willingham-38 1975 Steve Lacy-35 1976 Two with-22 1977 Mike Burke-47 1978 Dale Holman-55

1979 John Albritton-47 1980 Jay Tucker-51 1981 Dan Banas-56 1982 Tom Krupa-57 1983 A. Kattenbraker-36 1984 Jim Jagnow-51 1985 Jeff Richardson-45 1986 Charlie Montoyo-65 1987 Charlie Montoyo-76 1988 Frank Kellner-66 1989 Todd Ross-62 1990 Daniel Robinson-43 1991 Daniel Robinson-49 1992 Daniel Robinson-49 1993 Troy Fowlkes-46 1994 Chris Loy-35 1995 Drew Pregeant-35 1996 Three with-40 1997 Tony Lawrence-61 1998 Brian Myrow-58 1999 Brian Myrow-61 2000 T.J. Soto- 61 2001 C. Montgomery-55 2002 Michael Hall-44 2003 Fairon Allen-35 2004 Brandon Haygood-49 2005 Brandon Haygood-41 2006 Ryan Hamilton-47 2007 Brian Rike-74 2008 Albie Goulder-45 2009 Devon Dageford-59 2010 Devon Dageford-63 Hits 1970 Don Barteet-36 1971 Fred McGaha-58 1972 Fred McGaha - 61 1973 Steve Lacy-48 1974 Bobby Brasher-58 1975 Richie McAlister-55 1976 Bobby Brasher-44 1977 Mike Burke-67 1978 Dale Holman-82 1979 Dale Holman-68 1980 Jay Adcock-88 1981 Dan Banas-73 1982 Tom Krupa-66 1983 A. Kattenbraker-54 1984 Jim Jagnow-61 1985 Frank Colston-54 1986 Doug Ortman-81 1987 David Segui-77 1988 Frank Kellner-81 1989 Two with-73 1990 Phillip Hiatt-82 1991 Charlie Jones-71 1992 Daniel Robinson-71 1993 Wes Hawkins-64 1994 Charlie Jones-60 1995 Brandon Long-52 1996 Chris Loy-67 1997 Chris Loy-74 1998 Brian Myrow-70 1999 T.J. Soto-77 2000 T.J. Soto- 72 2001 C. Montgomery-81 2002 Cullen Simmons-72 2003 Wade Robinson-68 2004 Kyle Spangler-71 2005 Ryan Hamilton-76

2006 Ryan Hamilton-80 2007 Brian Rike-75 2008 Adam Cobb-74 2009 Kevin Winn-81 2010 Devon Dageford-85 Runs Batted In 1970 Ronnie Burns-16 1971 Ronnie Burns-34 1972 Richie McAlister-38 1973 Greg Hamilton-26 1974 Steve Lacy-31 1975 Barry Johnson-37 1976 Barry Johnson-29 1977 Barry Johnson-56 1978 Dale Holman-61 1979 Dale Holman-37 1980 Jerry Lomastro-54 1981 Jerry Lomastro-48 1982 Tom Krupa-51 1983 Bob Van Vuren-42 1984 Carl Boyd-43 1985 Frank Colston-52 1986 Doug Ortman-70 1987 Jeff Miller-68 1988 Ken Shamburg-72 1989 Ken Shamburg-66 1990 Phillip Hiatt-55 1991 Charlie Jones-47 1992 Daniel Robinson-47 1993 Charlie Jones-53 1994 Chris Loy-45 1995 Tony Lawrence-33 1996 Tony Lawrence-52 1997 Chris Loy-55 1998 Brian Myrow-66 1999 T.J. Soto-65 2000 T.J. Soto- 59 2001 Jake Adams-61 2002 Kyle Humphreys-45 2003 Kyle Humphreys-34 2004 Kyle Spangler-41 2005 Ryan Hamilton-37 2006 Jericho Jones-56 2007 Brian Rike-66 2008 Chris Kersten-51 2009 Devon Dageford-68 2010 Devon Dageford-56 Doubles 1970 Ronnie Burns-8 1971 Steve Barhan-9 1972 Fred McGaha-11 1973 Steve Lacy-10 1974 Phil Willingham-10 1975 Barry Johnson-12 1976 Barry Johnson-9 1977 Mike Burker-15 1978 Jay Adcock-17 1979 Dale Holman-14 1980 Jerry Lomastro-16 1981 Scott Lanxon-18 1982 Scott Lanxon-15 1983 Carl Boyd-17 1984 Carl Boyd-14 1985 Frank Colston-11 1986 Frank Colston-17 1987 Jeff Miller-16 1988 Dave Brennan-20 1989 Dave Brennan-16

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1990 Two with-14 1991 Greg Kahmann-15 1992 Sam McIntyre-18 1993 Wes Hawkins-16 1994 Charlie Jones-14 1995 Two with-11 1996 Tony Lawrence-18 1997 T.J. Soto-19 1998 Brian Bell-16 1999 Brian Myrow-18 2000 Three with 13 2001 Wade Robinson-19 2002 Two with 12 2003 Wade Robinson-13 2004 Two with 15 2005 Brandon Haygood-20 2006 Ryan Hamilton-16 2007 Brandon Hudson-15 2008 Adam Cobb-11 2009 Chris Kersten-20 2010 Devon Dageford-21 Triples 1970 John Cassibry-7 1971 Fred McGaha-3 1972 Richie McAlister-3 1973 Steve Lacy-4 1974 Bobby Brasher-4 1975 Bobby Brasher-2 1976 Several players-1 1977 John Albritton-6 1978 Several players-2 1979 Two with-3 1980 Jay Adcock-4 1981 Johnny Giordano-4 1982 Tom Krupa-4 1983 A. Kattenbraker-2 1984 Two with-3 1985 Charlie Montoyo-2 1986 Dale Akers-7 1987 Anthony Daye-3 1988 Todd Ross-3 1989 Frank Kellner-3 1990 Daniel Robinson-3 1991 Danny Fraraccio-3 1992 Two with-2 1993 Troy Fowlkes-1 1994 Drew Pregeant-2 1995 Three with-1 1996 Two with-3 1997 Jerry Goza-2 1998 Jerry Goza-6 1999 T. J. Soto-5 2000 Two with 2 2001 Wade Robinson-2 2002 Wade Robinson-2 2003 Wade Robinson-3 2004 Five with 1 2005 Brandon Haygood-2 2006 Two wiith-2 2007 Jericho Jones-3 2008 Adam Cobb-2 2009 Devon Dageford-3 2010 Clint Stubbs-4 Home Runs 1970 Four players-1 1971 Ronnie Burns-9 1972 Richie McAlister-3 1973 Two with-3


1974 Bill Willingham-8 1975 Two with-7 1976 Barry Johnson-7 1977 Two with-8 1978 Dale Holman-12 1979 Dale Holman-7 1980 Jerry Lomastro-13 1981 Jerry Lomastro-16 1982 Tom Krupa-20 1983 Bob Van Vuren-11 1984 Two with-12 1985 Frank Colston-12 1986 Charlie Montoyo-16 1987 David Segui-18 1988 Two with-21 1989 Ken Shamburg-20 1990 Greg Kahmann-16 1991 Greg Kahmann-12 1992 Daniel Robinson-10 1993 Charlie Jones-18 1994 Chris Loy-12 1995 Tony Lawrence-10 1996 Tony Lawrence-12 1997 T.J. Soto-13 1998 Brian Myrow-21 1999 T.J. Soto-19 2000 T.J. Soto- 21 2001 Jake Adams-19 2002 Kyle Humphreys-11 2003 Kyle Humphreys-9 2004 Kyle Spangler-8 2005 Ryan Hamilton-8 2006 Jericho Jones-16 2007 Brian Rike-20 2008 Albie Goulder-14 2009 Devon Dageford-23 2010 Devon Dageford-17

Walks 1970 John Cassibry-19 1971 Gary Patterson-36 1972 Greg Hamilton-33 1973 Richie McAlister-29 1974 Greg Hamilton-22 1975 Richie McAlister-37 1976 Johnny Walker-27 1977 Two with-28 1978 Two with-34 1979 Dale Holman-35 1980 Jay Tucker-52 1981 Jim Case-26 1982 Jim Case-46 1983 Two with-25 1984 Rene Fonte-41 1985 Charlie Montoyo-49 1986 Charlie Montoyo-56 1987 Charlie Montoyo-67 1988 Todd Ross-39 1989 Ken Shamburg-38 1990 Scott Madden-31 1991 Two with-29 1992 Sean Teague-28 1993 Troy Fowlkes-36 1994 Two with-23 1995 Drew Pregeant-37 1996 Tony Lawrence-32 1997 Tony Lawrence-34 1998 Tommy Bost-40 1999 Bian Myrow-41 2000 Niko Bouzos- 26 2001 Tim Meadows-34 2002 Kyle Humphreys-28 2003 Kyle Humphreys-23 2004 Stephen Winters-22 2005 Two with-20 2006 Albie Goulder-36 2007 Brian Rike-42 2008 Albie Goulder-37 2009 Kevin Winn-24 2010 Will Alvis-27 Strikeouts 1970 Art Thigpen-21 1971 Two with-24 1972 Gary Jones-47 1973 Greg Hamilton-25 1974 Greg Hamilton-43 1975 Johnny Walker-44 1976 Johnny Walker-20 1977 Johnny Walker-24 1978 Johnny Walker-31 1979 Jay Adcock-29 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-38 1981 Two with-22 1982 Tom Krupa-24 1983 Rene Fonte-24 1984 Rene Fonte-41 1985 Three with-19 1986 Dale Akers-46 1987 Craig Campbell-33 1988 Jim Aulds-51

1989 Steve Davison-38 1990 Greg Kahmann-51 1991 Greg Kahmann-42 1992 Wesley Hawkins-33 1993 Travis Krause-39 1994 Jeff Putfark-37 1995 Tony Lawrence-54 1996 Tony Lawrence-62 1997 T.J. Soto-65 1998 T.J. Soto-54 1999 David Cole-48 2000 Jake Adams- 54 2001 Jake Adams-64 2002 Kyle Humphreys 54 2003 John Brandon-48 2004 Gil Laird-50 2005 Gil Laird-53 2006 Jericho Jones-55 2007 Jericho Jones-47 2008 Albie Goulder-49 2009 Devon Dageford-37 2010 Mark Threlkeld-45 Stolen Bases 1970 Three players-11 1971 Fred McGaha-35 1972 John Cassibry-35 1973 Steve Lacy-13 1974 Bobby Brasher-11 1975 Bobby Brasher-8 1976 Phil Willingham-11 1977 Kenny Joyner-15 1978 John Albritton-20 1979 John Albritton-18 1980 Jay Tucker-21 1981 Two with-11 1982 Johnny Giordano-23 1983 A. Kattenbraker-10 1984 Jim Jagnow-36 1985 Jeff Richardson-30 1986 Jeff Richardson-35 1987 Anthony Daye-24 1988 Todd Ross-16 1989 Todd Ross-18 1990 Scott Madden-20 1991 Two with-5 1992 Sam McIntyre-11 1993 Troy Fowlkes-11 1994 Drew Pregeant-8 1995 Drew Pregeant-14 1996 Greg Guidry-20 1997 Matt Miller-28 1998 Matt Miller-19 1999 T.J. Soto-12 2000 T.J. Soto- 16 2001 Jake Adams-20 2002 Two with 7 2003 Fairon Allen-19 2004 Brandon Haygood-21 2005 Gary Holik-9 2006 Amos Ramon-8 2007 Brian Rike-16 2008 Nick Grunenwald-20 2009 Nick Grunenwald-19 2010 Clint Stubbs-16 Innings Pitched 1970 Gary Crawford-66.2 1971 Gary Crawford-85.1 1972 Eddie Holman-92.1 1973 Randy McGilberry-77.1 1974 Eddie Holman-74.1

1975 Randy McGilberry-115.0 1976 Ronald Martin-90.2 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-73.1 1978 Keith Thibodeaux-75.1 1979 Jay Kibbe-53.0 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-89.2 1981 Art Niemann-65.1 1982 Robert Barr-87.0 1983 Rick Mika-84.1 1984 Bob Smith-89.1 1985 Jim Boehne-76.1 1986 Richie LeBlanc-113.1 1987 Richie LeBlanc-114.0 1988 Kevin McGehee-83.0 1989 Lee Hanta-89.0 1990 Kevin McGehee-95.0 1991 Richard Hunter-99.1 1992 Mark Harris-87.1 1993 Paul Gunsallus-93.1 1994 Trey Maxwell-67.7 1995 Billy Tanksley-89.0 1996 Jason Wilkins-97.0 1997 Jason Wilkins-103.0 1998 Shawn Sonnier -123.0 1999 Ben Hickman 101.1 2000 Robert Ogle 102.0 2001 Casey Blalock-103.1 2002 Casey Blalock-116.2 2003 Adam Kirkendall-96.1 2004 Clayton Meyer-106.1 2005 Clayton Meyer-85.1 2006 Matt Lacy-84.2 2007 Luke Burnett-91.1 2008 Jericho Jones-68.1 2009 Dylan Moseley-75.1 2010 Jamey Bradshaw-72.2 Winning Percentage 1970 Ronnie Botica-.667 (4-2) 1971 Ronnie Botica-.889 (8-1) 1972 E. Holman-.769 (10-3) 1973 Bill Norwood-.800 (8-2) 1974 E. Holman-.769 (10-3) 1975 R. McGilberry-.750 (12-4) 1976 D. Swenson-.750 (6-2) 1977 K. Thibodeaux-.700 (7-3) 1978 Two with-.800 (8-2) 1979 Mike Jeffcoat-.800 (4-1) 1980 K. Thibodeaux-.917 (11-1) 1981 Rex Schimpf-.857 (6-1) 1982 Brad Wiggins-.800 (4-1) 1983 Buddy Aulds-.583 (7-5) 1984 Two with-.667 (8-4) 1985 Jim Boehne-.818 (9-2) 1986 Jim Boehne-.750 (6-2) 1987 Don Clinton-1.000 (7-0) 1988 Mike Galvan-.889 (8-1) 1989 Mike Martin-1.000 (5-0) 1990 Mark Harris-1.000 (4-0) 1991 David Dark-.800 (4-1) 1992 S. Smallwood-.800 (4-1) 1993 Joey Mestas-.571 (4-3) 1994 Two with-.667 (4-2) 1995 Jason Corley-1.000 (3-0) 1996 Billy Tanksley-.600 (6-4) 1997 Billy Tanksley-.667 (4-2) 1998 Shawn Sonnier-.500 (7-7) 1999 Chad Darnell-.500 (3-3) 2000 Robert Ogle -.562 (9-7) 2001 Nick Rath-.750 (3-1) 2002 A. Kirkendall-.545 (6-5) 2003 Jon Lockwood-.571 (4-3)

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2004 Andrew Alsup-1.000 (1-0) 2005 Brandon Hudson-1.000 (1-0) 2006 Andrew Alsup-.833 (5-1) 2007 Andrew Alsup-1.000 (4-0) 2008 Two with-1.000 (1-0) 2009 Two with-1.000 (4-0)/(1-0) 2010 Two with-1.000 (2-0) (1-0)

Wins 1970 Gary Crawford-5 1971 Ronnie Botica-8 1972 Eddie Holman-10 1973 Bill Norwood-8 1974 Eddie Holman-9 1975 Randy McGilberry-12 1976 Two with-6 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-7 1978 Steve Porter-8 1979 Keith Thibodeaux-6 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-11 1981 Two with-6 1982 Jimmy Tuggle-7 1983 Buddy Aulds-7 1984 Buddy Aulds-8 1985 Jim Boehne-9 1986 Richie LeBlanc-10 1987 Richie LeBlanc-12 1988 Three with-8 1989 Lee Hanta-8 1990 Kevin McGehee-6 1991 Three with-6 1992 Jeff Richey-7 1993 Three with-5 1994 Three with-4 1995 Billy Tanksley-4 1996 Billy Tanksley-6 1997 Jason Wilkins-8 1998 Shawn Sonnier-7 1999 Ben Hickman-6 2000 Robert Ogle- 9 2001 Adam Kirkendall-6 2002 Casey Blalock-8 2003 Two with 4 2004 Clayton Meyer-5 2005 Clayton Meyer-4 2006 Three with-5 2007 Dylan Moseley-7 2008 Two with-5 2009 John Anderson-7 2010 Trevor Petersen-5

87

Earned Run Average (Min.of 40 innings pitched)

1970 Gary Crawford-2.20 1971 Eddie Holman-1.52 1972 Carl Anker-1.55 1973 Bill Norwood-1.33 1974 Bill Norwood-2.84 1975 Randy McGilberry-2.50 1976 Doug Swenson-1.74 1977 Steve Porter-3.23 1978 Steve Porter-2.07 1979 Jay Kibble-3.74 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-1.91 1981 Rex Schimpf-1.72 1982 Rick Mika-3.56 1983 Rick Mika-4.16 1984 Buddy Aulds-2.29 1985 Jim Boehne-2.00 1986 Richie LeBlanc-3.39 1987 Richie LeBlanc-3.16 1988 Mike Galvan-2.84

RECORDS

Total Bases 1970 John Cassibry-52 1971 Fred McGaha-79 1972 Fred McGaha-74 1973 Steve Lacy-75 1974 Phil Willingham-81 1975 Richie McAlister-87 1976 Barry Johnson-68 1977 Mike Burke-99 1978 Dale Holman-138 1979 Dale Holman-109 1980 Jay Adcock-117 1981 Dan Banas-119 1982 Tom Krupa-147 1983 Bob Van Vuren-89 1984 Carl Boyd-110 1985 Frank Colston-101 1986 Doug Ortman-141 1987 David Segui-140 1988 Ken Shamburg-148 1989 Ken Shamburg-147 1990 Phillip Hiatt-136 1991 Greg Kahmann-122 1992 Daniel Robinson-114 1993 Charlie Jones-124 1994 Chris Loy-106 1995 Tony Lawrence-86 1996 Tony Lawrence-110 1997 T.J. Soto-124 1998 Brian Myrow-147 1999 T.J. Soto-161 2000 T.J. Soto- 148 2001 Jake Adams 131 2002 Kyle Humphreys 104

2003 Wade Robinson-93 2004 Kyle Spangler-110 2005 Ryan Hamilton-113 2006 Jericho Jones-124 2007 Brian Rike-153 2008 Jericho Jones-121 2009 Devon Dageford-168 2010 Devon Dageford-157


1989 Mike Martin-2.00 1990 Mark Harris-1.79 1991 Richard Hunter-3.81 1992 Jeff Richey-2.61 1993 Alenn Lopez-3.03 1994 Jeff Ray-3.08 1995 Billy Tanksley-4.65 1996 Jason Wilkins-3.99 1997 Billy Tanksley-3.43 1998 Shawn Sonnier-6.00 1999 Ben Hickman-3.92 2000 Matt Buckle- 3.87 2001 Marcus Clapp-4.41 2002 Matt Lacy-3.24 2003 Jon Lockwood-3.79 2004 Andrew Alsup-5.48 2005 Ryan Rupert- 4.83 2006 Andrew Alsup-3.05 2007 Dylan Moseley-4.07 2008 Andrew Lassere-4.31 2009 John Anderson-5.86 2010 Mike Jefferson-5.60

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Strikeouts 1970 Two with-40 1971 Ronnie Botica-83 1972 Eddie Holman-130 1973 Randy McGilberry-89 1974 Eddie Holman-72 1975 Randy McGilberry-108 1976 Two with-39 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-58 1978 Mike Jeffcoat-65 1979 Mike Jeffcoat-42 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-88 1981 Art Niemann-66 1982 Jimmy Tuggle-59 1983 Jimmy Tuggle-45 1984 Todd Adkins-69 1985 Todd Adkins-67 1986 Jimmy Faircloth-77 1987 Richie LeBlanc-103

1988 Mike Galvan-75 1989 Kevin McGehee-84 1990 Kevin McGehee-101 1991 Richard Hunter-85 1992 Jeff Richie-80 1993 Paul Gunsallus-74 1994 Jeff Ray-50 1995 Gabe Ishee-55 1996 Jason Wilkins-59 1997 Jason Wilkins-85 1998 Shawn Sonnier-90 1999 Ben Hickman-97 2000 Robert Ogle- 70 2001 Casey Blalock-106 2002 Casey Blalock-116 2003 Adam Kirkendall-99 2004 Clayton Meyer-87 2005 Ryan Rupert-80 2006 Luke Burnett-73 2007 Luke Burnett-115 2008 Alan Knotts-57 2009 Jeb Stefan-66 2010 Mike Jefferson-69 Saves 1975 Randy McGilberry-4 1976 Doug Swenson-2 1977 Steve Porter-4 1978 Steve Porter-4 1979 Rex Schimpf-2 1980 Randy Jamar-6 1981 Buddy Aulds-4 1982 Buddy Aulds-6 1983 Buddy Aulds-3 1984 Buddy Aulds-5 1985 Jimmy Faircloth-4 1986 Two with-2 1987 Don Clinton-6 1988 Lee Jones-2 1989 Mike Martin-8 1990 Mike Martin-5 1991 Andy Overholser-4

1992 Paul Gunsallus-6 1993 Tony DeCastro-2 1994 Chad Sweitzer-4 1995 Two with-2 1996 Jason Wilkins-4 1997 Billy Tanksley-8 1998 Willie Wheeler-3 1999 Ben Hickman-5 2000 Matt Buckle- 9 2001 Derek Brewster-3 2002 Derek Brewster-5 2003 Matt Varner-2 2004 Matt Lacy-3 2005 Steve Alverson-4 2006 Andrew Alsup-4 2007 Aaron Lorio-5 2008 Alex Richard-3 2009 John Anderson-2 2010 Caleb Dudley-2 Appearances 1970 Gary Crawford-13 1971 Ronnie Botica-19 1972 Ronnie Melton-21 1973 Two with-16 1974 Two with-15 1975 Randy McGilberry-21 1976 Ronnie Martin-13 1977 Steve Porter-18 1978 Steve Porter-18 1979 Rex Schimpf-15 1980 Randy Jamar-23 1981 Brad Wiggins-17 1982 Buddy Aulds-22 1983 Rick Mika-21 1984 Buddy Aulds-22 1985 Jimmy Faircloth-18 1986 Jimmy Faircloth-28 1987 Don Clinton-24 1988 Lee Jones-20 1989 Mike Martin-21 1990 Mike Martin-20

1991 Andy Overholser-23 1992 Richard Hunter-17 1993 Chad Sweitzer-16 1994 Tony DeCastro-20 1995 Jason Corley-19 1996 Billy Tanksley-25 1997 Billy Tanksley-30 1998 Two with-21 1999 Ben Hickman-27 2000 Matt Buckle- 24 2001 Marcus Clapp-28 2002 Derek Brewster-20 2003 Mitch Tucker-27 2004 Chris Herron-23 2005 Steve Alverson-24 2006 Andrew Alsup-23 2007 Aaron Lorio-30 2008 Aaron Lorio-21 2009 Mike Jefferson-25 2010 Caleb Dudley-23 Complete Games 1970 Gary Crawford-6 1971 Ronnie Botica-7 1972 Two with-8 1973 Bill Norwood-9 1974 Eddie Holman-7 1975 Randy McGilberry-8 1976 Ronnie Martin-11 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-5 1978 Mike Jeffcoat-5 1979 Mike Jeffcoat-4 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-9 1981 Rusty Rightmire-5 1982 Rick Mika-8 1983 Jimmy Tuggle-5 1984 Two with-6 1985 Jim Boehne-7 1986 Richie LeBlanc-9 1987 Richie LeBlanc-7 1988 Kevin McGehee-5 1989 Richard Hunter-6

1990 Richard Hunter-6 1991 Richard Hunter-8 1992 Richard Hunter-5 1993 Paul Gunsallus-5 1994 Trey Maxwell-4 1995 Billy Tanksey-6 1996 Jason Wilkins-3 1997 Jason Wilkins-4 1998 Josh Frisby-5 1999 Robert Ogle-5 2000 Robert Ogle-3 2001 Casey Blalock-5 2002 Casey Blalock-5 2003 Adam Kirkendall-4 2004 Three with 2 2005 Two with-2 2006 Matt Lacy-2 2007 Dylan Moseley-2 2008 Alan Knotts-1 2009 Dylan Moseley-2 2010 Four tied-4

Defensive Leaders

RECORDS

Putouts 1970 Steve Barham-164 1971 n/a 1972 n/a 1973 Greg Hamilton-254 1974 Greg Hamilton-327 1975 Barry Johnson-315 1976 Barry Johnson-339 1977 Barry Johnson-296 1978 Jay Adcock-443 1979 n/a 1980 n/a 1981 n/a 1982 Tom Krupa-529 1983 Carl Boyd-381 1984 Carl Boyd-436 1985 Doug Ortman-360 1986 Doug Ortman-560 1987 David Segui-441 1988 Jim Aulds-483 1989 Dave Brennan-395 1990 Greg Kahmann-486 1991 Greg Kahmann-486 1992 Daniel Robinson-427 1993 Charlie Jones-386 1994 Charlie Jones-373

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

Brandon Long-360 Pat Hall-288 Mitch McIlwain-266 Brian Bell-362 Aaron Love-302 Eric Brewster- 248 Tim Meadows-417 Kyle Humphreys-358 Kyle Humphreys-375 Kyle Spangler-467 Mims Boyce-346 Albie Goulder-397 Albie Goulder-472 Albie Goulder-437 Alex Williams-328 Alex WIlliams-407

Assists 1970 John Cassibry-76 1971 n/a 1972 n/a 1973 Steve Lacy-102 1974 Steve Lacy-124 1975 Steve Lacy-110 1976 Johnny Walker-107 1977 Johnny Walker-106

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Johnny Walker-150 n/a n/a n/a Two with-152 Rene Fonte-126 Rene Fonte-134 Jeff Richardson-113 Jeff Richardson-184 Charlie Montoyo-162 Frank Kellner-158 Frank Kellner-156 Scott Madden-149 Danny Fraraccio-154 Tony Fowlkes-113 Tony Fowlkes-116 Jeff Putfark-118 Mark Doubleday-166 Mark Doubleday-164 Matt Miller-152 Brian Myrow-167 Brian Myrow-147 Craig Montgomery-137 Craig Montgomery-153 Wade Robinson-160 Wade Robinson-146

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Brandon Haygood-158 Gary Holik-124 Amos Ramon-161 Dennis Winn-134 Nick Grunenwald-120 Kevin Winn-134 Joey Ford-117

Errors 1970 Billy Mitchell-18 1971 n/a 1972 n/a 1973 Steve Lacy-14 1974 Phil Willingham-18 1975 Steve Lacy-21 1976 Phil Willingham-11 1977 Johnny Walker-18 1978 Johnny Walker-20 1979 n/a 1980 Jeff Best-21 1981 Two with-19 1982 Two with-22 1983 Sam Moore-14 1984 Rene Fonte-14 1985 Jeff Richardson-17 1986 Jeff Richardson-18

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Joe Don Bourque-20 Ken Shamburg-19 Todd Ross-19 Phil Hiatt-22 Charlie Jones-21 Troy Fowlkes-14 Troy Fowlkes-20 Jeff Putfark-14 Mark Doubleday-15 Mark Doubleday-16 Matt Miller-22 T.J. Soto-19 Two w/18 Two with 23 Wade Robinson-15 Michael Hall-23 Jody Wood-22 Brandon Haygood-29 Gary Holik-21 Joey McCarthy-14 Dennis Winn-17 Nick Grunenwald-21 Chris Kersten-14 Ashton Hughes-21


Superlatives Individual Offensive Records At-Bats Season: 248, Wade Robinson (2002) Game: 9 Doug Ortman (vs. Southern Ark., 1986) Career: T.J. Soto, 835 (1997-2000) Runs Season: 76, Charlie Montoyo (1987) Game: 6, Kyle Roliard (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento Statelast time) Career: 156, Daniel Robinson (1989-1992) Hits Season: 88, Jay Adcock (1980) Game: 6, Mark Threlkeld (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State-last time) Career: 274, T. J. Soto (1997-2000) RBI Season: 72, Ken Shamburg (1988) Game: 9, T.J. Soto (3/25/00 at Western Kentucky) Career: 220, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Home Runs Season: 23, Devon Dageford (2009) Game: 3, Frank Colston (4/9/86 at Louisiana College); Charlie Montoyo (3/8/87 at UALR); Ed Beuerlein (3/1/88 at St. Edwards); Ken Shamburn (3/1/88 at St. Edwards); Jay Hancock ( 5/13/93 vs.

rkansas); T.J. Soto (2/27/99 vs. Michigan A State); Brian Myrow (4-22-98 at McNeese); Soto (5/3/98 vs. Lamar); Tim Meadows (4/6/01 vs. UNO) Career: 72, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Doubles Season: 21, Devon Dageford (2010) Game: 3, Mark Threlkeld (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State, last time) Career: 58, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Grand Slams Game: 2, T.J. Soto (3/25/00 at Western Kentucky)* *same inning Triples Season: 7, John Cassibry, (1970) Game: 2, (3/19/90) Daniel Robinson vs. Louisiana College-last time) Career: 9, John Cassibry (1969-72) Hit by Pitch Inning: 2, (Larry Dunn vs. Centenary 4/27/95) Game: 3, Matt Combs (vs. ULM 5/13/08); Ryan Hurst (vs. Texas Pan American 4/6/95) Season: 17, Cullen Simmons (2001)

Sacrifices Season: 16, Kevin Brasuell (1980) Total Bases Game: 14, Tim Meadows (vs. UNO, 4/6/01) Season: 168, Devon Dageford (2009) Career: 555, T.J Soto (1997-2000) Base on Balls Game: 4, Ray Lewis (at Western Kentucky 4/26/97- last time) Season: 67, Charlie Montoyo (1987) Career: 172, Charlie Montoyo (1985-87) Strikeouts Game: 5, Alex Williams at Arkansas 5/11/10; Dale Akers vs. Texas 2/22/86; Greg Guidry vs. Lamar 4/27/97 Season: 65, T.J. Soto (1997) Career: 211, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Batting Average Season: .473, Wade Scott (1958) Career: .393, David Segui (1987) Stolen Bases Season: 36, Jim Jagnow (1984) Game: 4, Jeff Richardson (at New Orleans, 3/1/86 -last time) Career: 75, Fred McGaha (1969-72)

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Individual Pitching and Defensive Records (Minimum 35 innings pitched) Appearances Season: 30, Billy Tanksley (1997) 30, Aaron Lorio (2007) Career: 78, Andrew Alsup (2004-07) Innings Pitched Game: 12.2, Richard Hunter (4/8/90 vs. Arkansas State) Season: 123, Shawn Sonnier (1998) Career: 352.1, Richard Hunter (1989-92) Earned Run Average Season: 0.32, George Woodson (1964) Career: 1.39, George Woodson (1961-64) Wins Season: 12, Randy McGilberry (1975); Richie LeBlanc (1987) Career: 33, Eddie Holman (1971-74)

Losses Season: 12, Lee Gwaltney (2002) Career: 15, Richard Hunter (1989-92); Andy Overholser (1990-91) Winning Percentage Season: 1.000 (last time by Andrew Alsup, 2007, 4-0) Career: .800, Mike Galvan (1987-88) Saves Season: 9, Matt Buckle (2000) Career: 18, Buddy Aulds (1981-84) Fewest Runs Allowed Season: 8, Ed Walker (1965) Most Runs Allowed Season: 99, Shawn Sonnier (1998) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed Season: 2, George Woodson (1964)

Most Earned Runs Season: 82, Shawn Sonnier (1998) Fewest Hits Allowed Season: 23, George Stone (1965); Mark Harris (1990) Walks Game: 10, Rick Mika (2/27/83 at Texas) Season: 130, Keith Thibodeaux (1980) Career: 199, Keith Thibodeaux (1980) Strikeouts Game: 18, Adam Kirdendall (5/2/03 vs. Fresno State) Season: 130, Eddie Holman (1972) Career: 336, Eddie Holman (1971-74) Assists Season: 184, Jeff Richardson (1986)

Errors Season: 29, Brandon Haygood (2004) Career: 69, T.J Soto (1997-2000) Hit Batters Season: 18, Dylan Moseley (2008) Career: 50, Dylan Moseley (2005-2009) Putouts Season: 560, Doug Ortman (1986) Fielding Percentage Season: 1.000, Jake Adams (2001), Drew Thomas (2007)

Team Offensive Records Home Runs Game: 7 (3/15/81 at St. Edwards (Texas) Season: 102 (1988) Doubles Game: 8 (5/08/10 vs. Sacramento State) Season: 141 (2010) Stolen Bases Game: 7 (Texas Wesleyan; 4/3/10, last time) Season: 119 (1997) Triples Game: 3 (3/31/77 vs. Centenary) Season: 19 (1970, 1986)

Total Bases Game: 50 (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State) Season: 1097 (2010) Strikeouts Game: 22 (2/22/86 at Texas) Season: 491 (2004) Walks Game: 16 (3/12/07 at Lamar, last time) Season: 297 (1982) Sacrifices Game: 7, (2/14/04 vs. Arkansas) Hit By Pitch Season: 86 (2002)

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At-Bats Game: 66 (2/16/86) vs. Southern Arkansas Season: 2,072 (2010) Runs Game: 32 (2/9/97 vs. Ark. Monticello) Season: 484 (2010) Batting Average Season: .343 (1958) Hits Game: 27 (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State) Season: 697 (2010) RBIs Game: 28 (2/9/97 vs. Ark.-Monticello) Season: 441 (2010)


Team Pitching/Defensive Records Strikeouts Game: 23, (5/2/03 vs. Fresno State) Season: 452 (2002, 2007) Game: 20, (4/10/04 vs. Nevada) Season: 362 (1980) Season: 11 (1978) Game: 7, (3/13/08 vs. UL-Lafayette; 3/12/81 vs. Miss. College)

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Season: 133 (2004) Season: 62 (1985) Season: .966 (2007) Season: 512.2 (2006) Season: 2.01 (1964) Season: 46 (1962 - 28 games) Season: 77 (2004) Season: 83 (2001) Season: 26 (1980) Season: 11 (1978)

Season: 556 (2010) Season: 8.44 (1998) Season: 58 (1980)

No-Hitters

One-Hitters

Last Time No-Hit Matt Beech (perfect game) 2/19/84 vs. Houston

L. Edwards Walker (1967) (2) Ronnie Bell (1967) Ronald Botica (1969) Bill Norwood (5/5/73 vs. Lamar) Rodney Howard (2/25/73 vs. Cent. Okla.) Rennie Howard (4/30/75 vs. OBU) Ronald Martin (4/27/76 vs. ULM) Steve Porter (3/18/77 at Centenary) Ronald Martin (4/29/77 vs. McNeese St.) Steve Porter (3/14/78 vs. Principia) Mike Jeffcoat (3/24/79 vs. McNeese State) Keith Thibodeaux (5/12/80 vs. UTA) Rex Schimpf (4/12/81 vs. Ark. State) Rusty Rightmire (3/7/82 vs. OBU) Jimmy Tuggle (4/6/82 vs. So. Arkansas)

Bulldog No-Hitters George Stone (1966) Bill Norwood (4/13/71 at UL-Lafayette) Eddie Holman (3/1/72 vs. Louisiana College) Randy McGilberry (5/8/73 vs. UL-Monroe) Don Mathews (4/26/78 vs. LeTourneau‑- perfect game) Mike Jeffcoat (4/30/78 vs. Lamar) Todd Adkins (4/30/85 vs. Mississippi College) Gabe Ishee (4/22/95 at Lamar) Lee Gwaltney/Johnathan Whalen (2/16/02 vs. Prairie View A&M)

Top Single-Season Averages .400 Club 1958 Wade Scott Jim Orton 1979 Dale Holman 1980 Jay Adcock

.473 .447 .407 .402

.375+ 1952 James Farrar 1953 James Farrar 1956 Melvin Colvin 1960 J.W. Mercer 1961 Kelton Bacon 1966 Robert Marrus J.B. Martin

.390 .383 .376 .391 .375 .398 .382

1972 1977 1981 1987 1988 1990 2006 2009 2010

Fred McGaha Mike Burke Dan Banas Charlie Montoyo David Segui David Brennan Frank Kellner Phillip Hiatt Matt Lacy Nick Grunenwald Devon Dageford Kevin Winn Devon Dageford

.385 .394 .378 .403 .393 .380 .378 .392 .389 .387 .385 .380 .373

Scoring Margins Largest Wins 32 vs. Ark. Monticello 24 vs. Grambling State 22 vs Ark. Monticello 22 at ULM 21 at Northwestern State 20 vs. Grambling State 20 vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff 19 at Grambling State 19 at Western Kentucky 19 vs. Henderson State 19 at Grambling State 19 vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff

32-0 24-0 27-5 22-0 22-1 21-1 21-1 20-1 21-2 20-1 21-2 22-3

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RECORDS

1971 1974 1975 1978 1980 1986 1987

Shelby Aulds (5/2/84 vs. Centenary) Todd Adkins (3/17/85 vs. NW State) Kevin Pickens (4/16/85 vs. OBU) Jordan Stanley (4/16/85 vs. OBU) Kevin McGehee/David Brennan (2/13/88 at NW State) Dean/Michael Martin/Jeff Schwaner/Lee Jones (3/6/88 vs. Evangel) Mike Galvan (4/23/88 vs. Arkansas State) Richie LeBlanc (4/11/87 at Arkansas State) Mark Harris/Andy Overholser (4/14/90 at Lamar) Dale Mares/Robert Vavrik/Michael Martin/ Hadley (2/27/90 at Prairie View A&M)

NCAA Mid-East Regionals (Marietta, Ohio) Louisiana Tech 9, Tennessee-Martin 2; Southern Illinois 4, Louisiana Tech 0; Louisiana Tech 3, Marietta 2; Louisiana Tech 8, TennesseeMartin 5; Central Michigan 3, Louisiana Tech 0 NCAA District 6 (Arlington, Texas) Louisiana Tech 3, UT-Pan American 2; Louisiana Tech 5, Texas 4; Texas 8, Louisiana Tech 0; Texas 12, Louisiana Tech 2 NCAA South Central Regional (Austin, Texas) Texas 6, Louisiana Tech 2; UT-Pan American 8, Louisiana Tech 1 NCAA South Central Regional (Arlington, Texas) UT-Pan American 7, Louisiana Tech 0; Mississippi State 6, Louisiana Tech 5 NCAA Central Regionals (Austin, Texas) Louisiana Tech 4, Texas 3; Hawaii 2, Louisiana Tech 1; Texas 7, Louisiana Tech 6 NCAA South I Regional (Baton Rouge, La. ) Louisiana Tech 7, Tulane 5; Louisiana Tech 14, Jackson State 6; LSU 7, Louisiana Tech 4; Tulane 9, Louisiana Tech 4 NCAA South II Regional (New Orleans, La.) New Orleans 18, Louisiana Tech 5; Louisiana Tech 5, Southern (Baton Rouge) 2; Cal-State Fullerton 11, Louisiana Tech 0

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Largest Losses 23 vs. Lamar 21 at Southern Miss 20 at McNeese State 20 at Alabama 19 vs. Lamar 18 vs. Nicholls State 18 at Mississippi College 18 vs. Nevada 17 vs. Arkansas State 17 at Southeastern La. 16 vs. Dallas Baptist 16 at Texas-Arlington 16 vs. New Mexico State

25-2 24-3 22-2 23-3 23-4 22-4 20-2 27-9 21-4 17-0 16-0 23-7 16-0

1998 2009 1999 1998 1980 1997 1983 2004 1998 1997 1983 1989 2009


Honors And Awards All-Gulf States Conference 1960 Kelton Bacon, C Ron McNabb, OF Alvin Parker, P Charles Fuller, P 1961 Ron McNabb, OF Kelton Bacon, C Alvin Parker, P Charles Fuller, P Paul Labenne Joe Zaffater George Woodson, P 1963 George Woodson, P Kelton Bacon, C Paul Labene, SS Ron McNabb, OF George Garrett, 2B Billy Mitchell, OF

Bob Van Vuren, dh Austin Kattenbraker, OF Doug Ortman, of Jim Boehne, p-dh (Ted Lyons award) Jeff Richardson, ss Frank Colston, of Charlie Montoyo, 2B Sam Moore, OF Charlie Montoyo, 2b (George Kell award) Richie LeBlanc, p (Ted Lyons award) Frank Colston, c Doug Ortman, 1b Jeff Richardson, ss Billy Taylor, of Charlie Montoyo, 2b (George Kell Hitting Award) Richie LeBlanc, p (Ted Lyons Hitting Award) Pat Moore, c David Segui, 1B Jeff Miller, of

All-American South Conference 1988 Ed Beuerlein, c Ken Shamburg, 3b Frank Kellner, 2b Dave Brennan, Dh 1989 Kevin McGehee, p Ed Beurlein, c Dave Brennan, 1b Frank Kellner, 2b Ken Shamburg, 3B Jim Aulds, of 1990 Greg Kahmann, 1b Phillip Hiatt, 3b 1991 Greg Kahmann, 1b All-Sun Belt Conference 1992 Sean Teague, C Troy Fowlkes, 2b 1993 Charlie Jones, 1b Chris Loy, 3b 1994 Charlie Jones, 1b 1996 Tony Lawrence, of Chris Loy, of 1997 T.J. Soto, 3b Mitch McIlwain, P 1998 Brian Myrow, 2b T.J. Soto, 3b Tommy Bost, dh 1999 Brian Myrow, 2b T.J. Soto, ss 2000 Niko Bouzos, 1b T.J. Soto, 3b Jake Adams, of 2001 Jake Adams, OF Tim Meadows, C Wade Robinson, SS Casey Blalock, P (Newcomer of the Year)

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

John Brandon,OF (2nd team) Kyle Spangler, 1B Jeff Walker, OF (2nd team) Ryan Hamilton, 3B (2nd team) Gil Laird, OF (2nd team) Jericho Jones, OF (WAC FR. of the Year) Brandon Hudson, Util. Mims Boyce, C (2nd team) Andrew Alsup, P (2nd team) Albie Goulder, 1B Brandon Hudson, Util. Brian Rike, OF (WAC Player of the Year) Dennis Winn, SS Dylan Moseley, P (2nd team) Jericho Jones, Util. Adam Cobb, OF (2nd team) Devon Dageford, OF Chris Kersten, Util. (2nd team) Patrick Thomas, OF (2nd team) Alex Williams, 2nd Team Devon Dageford, 1st team Mark Threlkeld, 1st team Joey Ford, 2nd team Clint Ewing, 2nd team

WAC Coach of the Year 2007 Wade Simoneaux All-Americans 1987 Charlie Montoyo, 2B 2007 Brian Rike, OF 2009 Devon Dageford, OF Freshman All-Americans 1991 Charlie Jones, 1B 1994 Chris Loy, 3B 1997 T.J. Soto, 3B 2006 Jericho Jones, OF ABCA All-Americans 2001 Jake Adams, OF (1st Team South Region) Tim Meadows, C (1st Team South Region) 2007 Brian Rike, OF (1st Team South Region) 2009 Kevin Winn (1st Team South Region Devon Dageford (2nd Team South Region Academic All-Americans 2010 Clint Ewing, 3rd Team

All-Western Athletic Conference 2002 Derek Brewster, P Kirk Humphreys, 1B (2nd team) Cullen Simmons, OF (2nd team)

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Coach Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Mike Kane Mike Kane Mike Kane Mike Kane Mike Kane Randy Davis Randy Davis Randy Davis Jeff Richardson Jeff Richardson Jeff Richardson Jeff Richardson Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux

Overall 3-1 6-3 17-6 19-11 10-9 11-5 13-9 9-10 7-7 10-10 8-12 12-8 9-12 13-5 18-6 19-4 21-6 19-9 10-9 18-15 23-12 23-19 18-18 19-23 17-20 21-18 36-14 34-14 27-17-1 29-19 32-15 20-22 32-19 46-21 32-17 43-24-1 34-19 40-26 20-30 36-23 35-12 36-25 43-14 42-19 38-20 29-31 31-26 31-18 25-25 22-26 19-33 23-31 26-30 21-34 20-37 26-29 32-26 21-37 18-34-1 20-38 17-39 33-25 35-24 23-31 29-22 27-30

Conf. 3-1 4-0 12-2 13-1 9-5 11-5 11-5 8-8 4-3 4-3 6-6 7-4 7-6 9-4 12-3 9-4 15-4 13-7 7-13 7-13 9-11 14-10 10-12 10-14 11-13 6-14 6-8 11-6 9-7 11-4 10-5 6-9 6-8 16-4 11-5 10-3 8-8 7-5 5-8 8-9 11-3 13-5 15-5 12-6 8-7 8-7 9-8 15-5 11-8 8-16 8-19 8-18 15-12 8-18 10-22 13-16 12-14 7-23 10-20 10-20 9-20 11-13 14-10 7-23 13-11 11-13

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All-Southland Conference 1971 Fred McGaha, cf 1972 Fred McGaha, cf (George Kell Hitting Award) John Cassibry, 2b 1973 Steve Lacy, ss Richie McAlister, c Bill Norwood, P (Johnny Sain Pitching Award) 1974 Steve Lacy, ss Richie McAlister, c Phil Willingham, 2b Bobby Brasher, RF (George Kell Hitting Award) 1975 Steve Lacy, ss Richie McAlister, C (George Kell Hitting Award) Randy McGilberry, P (Ted Lyons Pitching) 1976 Bobby Brasher, rf Phil Willingham, ut 1977 Mike Burke, 3b Dale Holman, ut 1978 Dale Holman, OF (George Kell Hitting Award) Chuck Bailey, c Jay Adcock, 1b 1979 Dale Holman, OF (George Kell Hitting Award) John Albritton, of Chuck Bailey, c 1980 Jay Adcock, 1b (George Kell Hitting Award) Keith Thibodeaux, P (Ted Lyons Pitching Award) 1981 Dan Banas, of (George Kell Hitting Award) Jerry Lomastro, of Jim Case, c Rex Schimpf, p 1982 Tom Krupa, 1b (George Kell Hitting Award) Jimmy Tuggle, p Carl Boyd, Dh

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Coaching Records Year-by-Year


Bulldogs in the Majors

Phillip Hiatt

Mike Jeffcoat

Kevin McGehee

Randy McGilberry

Charlie Montoyo

Brian Myrow

Jeff Richardson

David Segui

George Stone

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Billy Bagwell-Boston (1923); Philadelphia (1925) Harley Boss-Washington (1928-30); Cleveland (1933) Atley “Swampy” Donald-New York (AL) (1938-45) Tom Herrin-Boston (1954) Phil Hiatt-Kansas City (1993, 1995); Detroit (1996); Los Angeles (NL) (2001) Mike Jeffcoat-Cleveland (1983-85); San Francisco (1985); Texas (1987- 92); Florida (1994) Claude Linton-Pittsburgh (1929) Kevin McGehee-Baltimore (1993) Randy McGilberry-Kansas City (1977-78) Charlie Montoyo-Montreal (1993)

Brian Myrow-Los Angeles (NL) (2005); San Diego (2007-08) Ennis “Rebel” Oakes-Cincinnati (1909); St. Louis (1910-13); Pittsburgh Rebels (1914-15) Jeff Richardson-Cincinnati (1989); Pittsburgh (1991); Boston (1993) Dave Short-Chicago (AL) (1940-41) George Stone-Atlanta (1967-72); New York (NL) (1973-75) David Segui-Baltimore (1990-93); New York (NL) (1994-95); Montreal (1995 97); Seattle (1998-99); Toronto (1999); Texas and Cleveland (2000); Baltimore (2001-04)

Draft Picks YEAR ROUND PLAYER TEAM 2010 46th Mike Jefferson New York (NL) 2009 26th Kevin Winn San Diego 39th Chris Kersten Cleveland 2008 14th Luke Burnett Seattle 15th Albie Goulder Los Angeles (NL) 20th Jericho Jones Chicago (NL) 24th Adam Cobb Texas 38th Alan Knotts Pittsburgh 48th Dylan Moseley Chicago (NL) 2007 2nd Brian Rike Colorado 50th Dylan Moseley Arizona 2004 37th Brad Chedister Houston 2003 12th Wade Robinson Houston 2002 6th Lee Gwaltney Philadelphia 27th Casey Blalock Florida 28th Derek Brewster Philadelphia 2001 27th Lee Gwaltney St. Louis 2000 31st T.J. Soto Houston 1999 9th Ben Hickman Florida 1998 24th Tommy Bost Cleveland 26th Matt Greer Los Angeles (NL) 1997 4th Tony Lawrence San Diego 1996 5th Tony Lawrence Montreal 14th Shawn Sonnier Milwaukee 1993 10th Wes Hawkins Baltimore 1992 38th David Dark Chicago (NL) 41st John Richey San Francisco 1990 8th Kevin McGehee San Francisco 8th Phillip Hiatt Kansas City 1988 22nd Michael Galvan Chicago (AL) 1987 6th Charlie Montoyo Milwaukee 10th Richie LeBlanc Kansas City 12th Kevin Pickens Kansas City 18th David Segui Baltimore 25th Pat Moore St. Louis 1986 7th Jeff Richardson Cincinnati 26th Charlie Montoyo Milwaukee 1985 17th Jim Boehne Boston 19th Gregg Magistri Boston 1984 5th Rob Van Vuren Kansas City 30th Jim Jagnow Texas 1982 15th Tom Krupa Montreal 24th Rusty Rightmire Toronto 1981 22nd Gerald Lomastro Minnesota 23rd Rex Schimpf Houston 33rd Art Niemann Chicago (AL) 1980 3rd Keith Thibodeaux Pittsburgh 13th Mike Jeffcoat Cleveland Los Angeles (NL) 1979 6th Dale Holman 26th Jay Kibbe Los Angeles (AL) 1976 23rd Bob Brasher Atlanta 1975 9th Steve Lacy Kansas City 14th Randy McGilberry Kansas City 17th Richard McAlister Boston 1974 9th Eddie Holman Texas 1972 8th Fred McGaha St. Louis 1971 2nd Ronald Botica Los Angeles (AL) 1966 5th George Stone Atlanta

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Year-By-Year Scores 1972 34-14, 11-6 SLC at LSU-New Orleans L 9-4 at LSU-New Orleans W 3-0 at LSU-New Orleans L 1-0 at Southern Miss W 9-8 Southern State W 12-2 Southern State W 4-0 Louisiana College W 6-0 Louisiana College W 5-4 at East Texas Baptist L 8-2 at East Texas Baptist L 4-2 at TrinitySLC L 5-3 at TrinitySLC W 10-2 at LamarSLC L 7-3 at LamarSLC W 6-5 SLC at Lamar W 4-3 Central Missouri L 5-2 SLC UL-Lafayette W 8-5 SLC UL-Lafayette L 6-3 UL-LafayetteSLC W 1-0 at McNeese State L 6-4 at McNeese State W 2-0 LSU-New Orleans L 4-2 LSU-New Orleans W 5-4 NW (LA.) State W 9-1 NW (LA.) State W 9-2 at Southern State W 5-4 at Southern State W 10-8 Arkansas StateSLC L 6-1 Arkansas StateSLC W 3-0 Arkansas StateSLC W 12-2 Mississippi College W 7-5 Mississippi College W 7-2 UTASLC W 3-1 UTASLC W 3-1 Centenary W 9-0 Centenary W 4-3 McNeese State W 12-1 McNeese State W 7-2 East Texas Baptist W 3-2 East Texas Baptist W 4-2 at Abilene ChristianSLC L 8-0 at Abilene ChristianSLC W 6-2 at Abilene ChristianSLC W 7-0 at ULM L 2-1 ULM W 5-1 at Centenary W 4-2 at Centenary W 8-2

L 15-10 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 5-1 W 3-2 W 13-3 W 22-0

1974 29-19, 11-4 SLC Champions NCAA Tournament at Texas A&M L 9-1 at Texas A&M L 14-2 at Texas A&M L 10-9 at Texas A&M L 14-0 1 Nicholls State W 5-2 1 at South Alabama L 11-3 1 Nicholls State L 5-4 1 at South Alabama W 7-4 1 Nicholls State L 5-4 1 at South Alabama L 12-5 Central Oklahoma W 7-2 Central Oklahoma W 13-1 Central Oklahoma W 4-1 Central Oklahoma W 9-0 Mississippi L 1-0 Mississippi W 7-0 Mississippi L 5-3 at Centenary L 2-1 at Centenary W 11-3 SLC at McNeese State W 4-1 at McNeese StateSLC L 8-1 at McNeese StateSLC W 11-2 UTASLC W 6-2 UTASLC W 15-7 UTASLC W 8-4 at ULM L 4-2 at ULM L 2-1 SLC at Lamar W 7-5 SLC at Lamar L 2-1 at LamarSLC W 5-1 Louisiana College W 6-2 Louisiana College W 6-0 Centenary W 12-1 Centenary W 10-9 Arkansas StateSLC L 1-0 Arkansas StateSLC L 9-2 SLC Arkansas State W 4-3 ULM W 5-1 ULM W 6-2 SLC UL-Lafayette W 6-0 UL-LafayetteSLC W 2-1 UL-LafayetteSLC W 8-0 2 UTPA W 3-2 2 at Texas W 5-4 2 at Texas L 8-0 2 at Texas L 12-2 1 South Alabama Tournament - Mobile, Ala. 2 NCAA District VI Regional Arlington, Texas

1975 32-15, 10-5 SLC SLC Co-Champions SLC Playoff Champions NCAA Tournament at ULM W 7-5 NW (La.) State W 9-4 NW (La.) State W 3-2 Centenary W 7-0 Centenary W 7-2 at Delta State L 9-8 at Delta State W 5-1 at Mississippi L 2-1 Oklahoma State L 8-3 Oklahoma State W 2-0 Memphis State W 8-6 Memphis State W 2-0 ULM W 4-3 SLC McNeese State W 6-0 SLC McNeese State W 4-1 SLC McNeese State W 9-5 Henderson State L 6-5 Henderson State W 11-3 Harris Teachers’ L 6-2 Harris Teachers’ W 6-5 at NW (La.) State W 3-2 at NW (La.) State W 13-2

Aurora College W 1-0 Aurora College W 5-0 at UTASLC W 3-2 at UTASLC L 11-1 at UTASLC L 4-1 at Centenary L 6-3 at Centenary W 3-2 SLC Lamar W 4-2 LamarSLC L 8-3 SLC Lamar W 7-2 NW (La.) State L 7-4 NW (La.) State W 6-2 at Arkansas StateSLC W 5-1 at Arkansas StateSLC L 6-0 at Arkansas StateSLC W 7-3 at UL-LafayetteSLC L 10-3 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 4-2 SLC at UL-Lafayette W 17-8 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 1 Lamar L 4-3 1 Lamar W 12-5 1 at Lamar W 2-0 1 at Lamar W 7-5 2 Texas L 6-2 2 UTPA L 8-1 1 SLC Playoffs 2 NCAA South Central Regionals-Arlington, Texas

1976 20-22, 6-8 Oklahoma L 6-4 Oklahoma L 9-2 at Texas L 4-0 at Texas L 15-5 at Texas A&M L 3-0 at Texas A&M L 9-8 at Mississippi State W 2-1 at Mississippi State L 4-0 at Centenary W 15-1 at Centenary W 6-2 Mississippi L 4-3 Delta State L 5-3 Delta State W 11-0 Washington (Mo.) W 7-0 Bellarmine W 2-1 Bellarmine W 5-4 at ULM W 5-3 at ULM L 7-1 SLC UTA W 6-4 SLC UTA W 2-1 UTASLC L 5-3 SLC UL-Lafayette W 4-3 UL-LafayetteSLC L 5-2 UL-LafayetteSLC L 6-3 Centenary L 6-5 Centenary L 10-8 SLC at Lamar L 9-2 at LamarSLC L 10-3 SLC at Lamar L 8-3 at Memphis State L 7-0 at UALR W 9-0 at UALR W 9-0 at Louisiana College W 6-3 at Louisiana College W 3-2 Arkansas StateSLC W 1-0 Arkansas StateSLC L 1-0 SLC Arkansas State W 5-2 ULM W 5-0 ULM W 3-2 at McNeese StateSLC L 5-2 at McNeese StateSLC W 4-0 at McNeese StateSLC W 3-2

1977

32-19, 6-8 SLC at East Texas Baptist W 15-7 at East Texas Baptist L 8-5 at NW (La.) State W 9-7 at NW (La.) State W 7-2 NW (La.) State W 2-1 NW (La.) State W 7-4 Memphis State L 2-0 Memphis State L 6-3 at Mississippi L 9-3 East Texas Baptist L 16-4 East Texas Baptist L 3-1 Principia College W 18-2 at Centenary W 12-3 at Centenary W 14-0

Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois at NW (La.) State at NW (La.) State Mo.-State Louis at UTASLC at UTASLC at ULM at ULM at Louisiana College at Louisiana College at UL-LafayetteSLC at UL-LafayetteSLC at UL-LafayetteSLC UALR UALR Mississippi State Mississippi NW (La.) State NW (La.) State LamarSLC LamarSLC LamarSLC ULM ULM Louisiana College Louisiana College at Arkansas StateSLC at Arkansas StateSLC at Arkansas StateSLC Centenary Centenary McNeese State SLC McNeese StateSLC McNeese StateSLC

W 4-3 L 3-1 W 2-1 W 9-3 W 7-5 W 4-1 W 9-5 L 5-4 L 5-4 W 6-1 L 4-0 W 8-6 W 4-2 L 7-6 L 11-10 W 13-9 W 8-7 W 14-4 L 6-5 W 7-2 L 6-2 W 5-2 L 5-4 L 8-6 W 5-0 W 17-2 W 5-2 L 3-1 W 8-0 W 13-3 L 7-0 L 5-4 W 5-4 W 11-3 W 7-6 W 10-2 W 4-1

1978 46-19, 16-4 SLC SLC Champions NCAA Tournament at SMU L 5-6 at SMU L 11-8 at SMU W 5-0 at SMU L 4-0 1 at UTPA L 7-4 1 Northern Iowa W 4-0 1 at UTPA W 7-1 1 Northern Iowa W 7-6 1 North Carolina W 7-5 at Louisiana College W 6-2 at Louisiana College W 1-0 Principia W 8-0 Principia W 9-0 at Centenary W 14-7 at Centenary W 3-1 at ULM L 7-5 at ULM W 12-4 Northern Illinois W 11-3 Northern Illinois L 3-1 Northern Illinois W 5-4 Buena Vista L 5-3 Buena Vista W 6-0 Saint Louis L 4-3 Missouri-St. Louis W 5-1 Missouri-St. Louis W 4-2 at Memphis State L 5-3 at Memphis State L 12-2 at UALR L 8-5 at UALR W 9-7 SLC at McNeese State W 7-1 at McNeese StateSLC W 9-5 at McNeese StateSLC W 17-7 at McNeese StateSLC W 8-4 Centenary W 14-6 Centenary W 5-4 UALR W 3-1 UALR W 13-0 SLC ASU W 8-7 ASUSLC W 9-1 SLC ASU W 6-5 SLC ASU W 8-5 at NW (La.) State L 6-1 at NW (La.) State W 5-4 ULM L 4-2 ULM W 4-1 SLC UL-Lafayette W 6-3 UL-LafayetteSLC W 7-2 SLC UL-Lafayette L 7-3

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W 3-2 UL-LafayetteSLC at LeTourneau W 12-0 NW (La.) State L 4-2 NW (La.) State W 4-3 UTASLC W 6-2 UTASLC W 6-1 SLC UTA W 5-1 SLC UTA L 10-5 Louisiana College L 6-4 Louisiana College W 5-3 LeTourneau W 10-0 LeTourneau W 17-0 at LamarSLC L 12-5 SLC at Lamar L 12-0 SLC at Lamar W 1-0 SLC at Lamar W 6-4 So. Alabama W 4-3 2 UTPA L 7-0 2 Mississippi State L 6-5 1 UTPA Tournament Edinburg, Texas 2 NCAA South Central Regionals - Arlington, Texas

1979 32-17, 11-5 at Texas L 6-1 at Texas L 11-6 at Texas L 5-0 at Texas L 11-3 UL-Lafayette W 6-5 at UL-Lafayette L 10-8 Oklahoma W 5-3 at Southern Ark. W 10-1 at Southern Ark. W 5-0 at Louisiana College L 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 3-2 at NW (La.) State W 5-3 UALR W 16-3 UALR W 3-2 UALR W 5-0 Texas Wesleyan W 4-3 Texas Wesleyan W 5-4 Missouri-St. Louis W 10-3 Missouri-St. Louis W 2-1 McNeese StateSLC W 6-0 McNeese StateSLC W 11-813 McNeese StateSLC W 5-2 McNeese StateSLC L 8-5 Memphis State W 7-6 Memphis State W 2-1 Ouachita Baptist W 3-2 Ouachita Baptist L 2-1 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 14-4 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 10-613 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 8-4 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 8-1 Southern Ark. W 4-0 at Centenary L 3-115 Louisiana College W 10-3 Louisiana College L 1-0 at UTASLC W 10-1 at UTASLC L 18-4 at UTASLC W 4-3 at UTASLC L 12-4 NW (La.) State W 10-6 NW (La.) State W 5-3 LamarSLC L 4-2 SLC Lamar W 14-8 LamarSLC W 8-7 LamarSLC L 9-0 at Mississippi State L 2-0 at Mississippi State L 14-8

1980 43-24-1, 10-3 SLC SLC North Zone Champions SLC Playoff Champions NCAA Tournament at Texas L 5-2 at Texas L 12-3 at State Mary’s W 2-1 at State Mary’s T 2-2 at Trinity W 7-5 at Rice W 3-2 at Rice L 5-3 at Southern Ark. W 6-3 at Southern Ark. L 10-2 at East Texas Baptist W 4-1

at East Texas Baptist L 7-5 at ULM L 3-2 at ULM L 1-0 at Louisiana College L 9-8 at Louisiana College L 11-2 at NW (La.) State L 2-0 at NW (La.) State L 4-3 SLC UTA L 3-2 SLC UTA W 5-4 Mississippi L 2-1 UALR W 6-1 UALR W 12-4 UALR L 13-9 East Texas Baptist L 4-3 East Texas Baptist W 13-2 at Centenary W 7-5 ULM L 6-5 ULM W 5-4 at ASUSLC W 3-0 at ASUSLC W 12-4 at Mississippi W 3-2 at Mississippi L 6-1 at Memphis State W 1-0 at Memphis State W 8-3 at UALR L 2-1 at UALR W 10-3 Mississippi College W 7-6 Louisiana College W 7-6 Louisiana College W 4-3 Mississippi State W 14-4 Mississippi State W 5-1 1 William Carey W 5-1 1 William Carey W 2-0 1 UL-Lafayette L 9-3 1 UL-Lafayette W 3-2 Southern Ark. W 4-3 Southern Ark. W 5-1 NW (La.) State L 4-2 NW (La.) State W 13-0 SLC ASU W 12-5 ASUSLC W 6-2 SLC ASU W 4-3 ASUSLC W 8-3 Ouachita Baptist W 4-2 Ouachita Baptist W 3-2 SLC at UTA L 10-6 SLC at UTA L 6-5 SLC at UTA W 8-2 SLC at UTA W 6-4 UTASLC W 3-0 2 Lamar W 6-5 2 Lamar W 4-2 2 Lamar L 23-4 2 at Lamar W 3-2 2 at Lamar W 5-4 3 at Texas W 4-3 3 Hawaii L 2-1 3 at Texas L 7-6 1 Tech Round Robin Tournament 2 SLC Playoffs 3 NCAA Central Regionals - Austin, Texas

1981

93

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES

1973 27-17-1, 9-7 SLC Central Oklahoma L 2-1 Central Oklahoma W 5-3 Central Oklahoma W 4-2 Central Oklahoma W 4-1 Memphis State L 3-0 at Texas A&M L 2-1 at Mississippi W 1-0 at Mississippi W 5-0 McNeese StateSLC W 6-5 SLC McNeese State L 10-5 McNeese StateSLC W 8-1 Oklahoma State L 6-0 Oklahoma State L 3-2 Nebraska L 3-2 Nebraska W 8-3 Nebraska W 5-0 Nebraska T 6-6 SLC at UL-Lafayette L 7-6 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 9-7 at UL-LafayetteSLC L 7-4 at ULM W 8-7 at ULM W 12-1 Southern Miss W 2-1 Centenary W 4-0 Centenary W 3-0 SLC at Arkansas State W 13-2 at Arkansas StateSLC L 3-1 at Arkansas StateSLC L 5-4 at UTASLC L 2-1 at UTASLC W 3-2 at Louisiana College L 4-0 at Louisiana College W 4-3 Abilene Christian W 1-0 Abilene Christian W 11-2 Abilene Christian W 6-2 at Oklahoma L 16-6 at Oklahoma L 13-2 at Oklahoma L 5-2

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34-19, 8-8 SLC at New Orleans L 8-6 at South Alabama W 14-6 at William Carey L 11-6 at Mississippi State L 10-2 at Mississippi State L 8-7 at Louisiana College L 3-2 at Louisiana College W 7-3 at Southern Ark. W 12-2 at Southern Ark. W 8-0 at Centenary W 7-2 at Centenary W 5-0 at ULM W 3-2 at ULM L 8-7 Wisc.-Stevens PT W 11-9 at Mississippi College W 11-7 ASUSLC W 18-9 ASUSLC W 8-7 SLC ASU W 3-1 ASUSLC W 6-3 at NW (La.) State W 6-4 at NW (La.) State W 5-2 SLC at UTA L 6-5 SLC at UTA L 4-2 SLC at UTA L 4-2


at UTASLC L 4-3 Centenary W 2-1 Centenary W 4-0 UALR W 5-1 NW (La.) State W 7-3 NW (La.) State W 13-3 at East Texas Baptist W 16-8 at East Texas Baptist W 8-3 Southern Ark. W 12-1 Southern Ark. L 9-8 SLC at ASU W 5-3 at ASUSLC L 10-1 at ASUSLC W 2-0 at ASUSLC W 8-2 East Texas Baptist W 5-0 East Texas Baptist W 2-1 ULM L 4-3 ULM W 4-3 Louisiana College W 9-2 Louisiana College W 5-3 UTASLC W 8-4 UTASLC L 7-6 UTASLC L 5-2 SLC UTA L 6-5 Ouachita Baptist W 14-2 Ouachita Baptist W 5-1 Texas Wesleyan L 3-2 Texas Wesleyan L 9-5 Texas Wesleyan L 5-0

1982

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES

94

40-26, 7-5 SLC SLC North Zone Champions at NW (La.) State W 16-4 NW (La.) State L 4-3 at Texas L 5-4 at Texas L 15-4 at Saint Edward’s W 5-4 at Saint Edward’s L 5-4 at UL-Lafayette W 3-2 at UL-Lafayette W 6-4 at Texas A&M L 9-7 at Texas A&M L 10-2 at UL-Lafayette W 9-8 at McNeese State W 4-1 at McNeese State W 4-3 Ouachita Baptist W 4-3 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 at Louisiana College W 3-1 at Louisiana College W 10-2 at Southern Ark. W 11-0 at Southern Ark. W 11-7 at Mississippi L 2-0 at Mississippi L 7-6 McNeese State W 5-1 McNeese State W 3-2 at ULM L 5-2 at ULM L 4-3 SLC UTA L 4-3 SLC UTA W 9-1 Indiana W 2-1 Texas Wesleyan L 7-1 Mississippi State L 12-5 Mississippi State L 9-6 at ASUSLC W 4-2 SLC at ASU W 11-5 Southern Ark. W 10-0 Southern Ark. W 10-0 William Carey L 3-1 William Carey L 6-1 at UALR W 4-1 at UALR W 7-6 at UALR W 8-6 at East Texas Baptist W 17-12 at East Texas Baptist W 12-0 NW (La.) State W 5-2 NW (La.) State W 8-6 Mississippi College L 13-1 at UTASLC L 12-3 at UTASLC L 8-7 SLC at UTA W 9-6 SLC at UTA W 2-0 ULM L 7-3 ULM W 3-2 East Texas Baptist W 9-0

1983

20-30, 5-8 SLC at McNeese State W 6-2

at McNeese State W 4-1 NW (La.) State L 5-2 at NW (La.) State L 1-0 Central Missouri W 12-6 Central Missouri W 10-9 at Texas L 6-4 at Texas L 9-4 at Texas L 7-611 at UTPA L 6-5 at UTPA L 9-2 1 at UTPA W 6-2 1 Baylor L 7-3 1 Dallas Baptist L 16-0 McNeese State W 12-1 McNeese State L 7-3 at Louisiana College W 10-0 at Louisiana College L 8-6 Christian Brothers W 9-3 UALR W 3-1 UALR L 11-3 UALR W 3-212 at LSU W 5-2 Mississippi L 6-0 Mississippi W 7-6 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist W 1-0 SLC ULM L 2-1 ULMSLC L 6-0 ULMSLC L 2-1 ULMSLC W 9-2 2 New Orleans L 18-9 2 Tulane L 10-5 at Mississippi College L 20-2 South Alabama W 11-3 at ASUSLC W 3-1 at ASUSLC W 10-7 at ASUSLC L 3-2 at ASUSLC W 9-2 NW (La.) State L 4-0 at ULMSLC L 9-2 SLC at ULM L 7-6 at ULMSLC L 6-3 SLC at ULM W 2-1 Louisiana College W 7-6 Louisiana College L 5-4 at NW (La.) State L 11-810 at Mississippi State L 8-0 at Mississippi State L 15-4 ASUSLC L 2-1 1 UTPA Round Robin Edinburg, Texas 2 NLU News-Star-World Classic - Monroe

1984 36-23, 8-9 SLC Central Missouri Central Missouri at UL-Lafayette at SW Texas State at SW Texas State at Saint Edward’s at Trinity at Trinity at Stephen F. Austin at Stephen F. Austin Marymount (KY.) Marymount (KY.) East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist at North TexasSLC at North TexasSLC Texas A&M Texas A&M Houston Houston Delta State Delta State Louisiana College Louisiana College at NW (La.) State at NW (La.) State LamarSLC LamarSLC LamarSLC LSU at ULMSLC at ULMSLC at ULMSLC

W 6-0 W 11-5 L 17-7 W 12-5 W 3-0 W 8-5 W 8-5 W 13-0 W 3-0 L 1-0 W 10-3 W 5-3 L 2-1 W 12-1 W 13-9 W 7-0 L 11-1 L 6-0 L 3-2 W 10-4 L 17-5 W 10-1 W 7-2 W 18-8 W 5-4 W 11-5 L 4-3 L 20-7 L 12-4 W 2-1 L 7-3 L 3-1 W 11-4

Henderson State W 4-3 Henderson State W 7-3 SLC ASU W 5-0 ASUSLC W 8-4 ASUSLC W 12-1 at Henderson State L 5-4 at Henderson State W 4-2 Ouachita Baptist W 17-14 Ouachita Baptist W 17-0 at UTASLC L 8-7 SLC at UTA L 23-7 at UTASLC L 12-3 at Centenary W 9-1 Mississippi State L 4-2 Mississippi State L 13-2 at Delta State W 5-4 at Mississippi L 4-3 at Mississippi W 4-3 SLC McNeese State W 5-0 McNeese StateSLC W 1-0 McNeese StateSLC L 8-6 NW (La.) State L 4-2 UALR L 8-3 UALR L 4-1 UALR W 4-0

1985 35-12, 11-3 SLC Southern Ark. W 2-121 at Southern Ark. W 6-4 at Southern Ark. W 4-2 at Texas A&M L 5-2 at Texas A&M L 13-5 at Saint Edward’s W 13-0 at SW Texas State L 4-3 at SW Texas State W 3-1 at East Texas Baptist W 13-1 at East Texas Baptist W 5-1 North TexasSLC W 7-1 North TexasSLC W 8-4 North TexasSLC L 5-2 Southern Miss L 9-8 at UL-Lafayette L 6-2 at NW (La.) State L 7-1 at NW (La.) State W 8-0 at LamarSLC W 9-4 at LamarSLC W 5-4 at LamarSLC L 5-3 ULMSLC W 2-0 SLC ULM W 13-2 ULMSLC W 7-0 at Delta State L 8-7 at Delta State W 9-7 UL-Lafayette L 7-3 at Centenary W 5-3 Louisiana College W 16-6 Louisiana College W 16-6 Delta State W 9-0 Delta State W 5-3 SLC at ASU W 1-0 SLC at ASU W 2-1 Ouachita Baptist W 4-0 Ouachita Baptist W 10-0 at Louisiana College W 6-4 UTASLC W 3-1 UTASLC L 6-5 SLC UTA W 5-4 Henderson State W 5-3 UALR W 5-2 UALR W 6-3 Mississippi College W 5-1 Centenary W 7-4 at LSU L 5-1

1986 36-25, 13-5 SLC SLC Champions NCAA Tournament Dallas Baptist W 5-1 Dallas Baptist W 2-1 at NW (La.) State W 7-4 Louisiana College W 9-3 at Texas L 2-116 at Texas L 3-0 Arkansas L 12-2 at New Orleans W 15-13 at New Orleans L 15-10 at Southern Miss W 11-6 at UL-Lafayette W 7-1 at UL-Lafayette W 9-5

Texas A&M W 3-2 Texas A&M L 8-3 Texas A&M L 6-310 Kansas State W 8-7 Kansas State L 6-4 at UTASLC W 1-011 at UTASLC L 4-2 at UTASLC L 6-5 Delta State L 5-210 SLC Lamar W 3-1 LamarSLC L 5-4 LamarSLC L 10-8 Henderson State L 7-6 Henderson State L 4-2 ULMSLC W 10-4 SLC ULM W 10-4 ULMSLC W 5-3 at Delta State L 6-5 at Mississippi State L 5-310 at Mississippi State W 8-7 UL-Lafayette L 14-6 UL-Lafayette W 9-8 Southern Ark. W 7-2 Southern Ark. W 13-2 at LSU L 4-3 Centenary W 14-7 at Louisiana College L 4-3 ASUSLC W 5-0 ASUSLC L 11-7 ASUSLC W 6-0 East Texas Baptist W 22-12 at Mississippi L 13-12 at Mississippi L 7-2 SLC at McNeese State W 10-4 SLC at McNeese State W 14-4 at McNeese StateSLC W 9-3 at Centenary L 7-2 Ouachita Baptist W 15-0 Ouachita Baptist W 14-0 NW (La.) State W 15-6 SLC at North Texas W 5-4 SLC at North Texas W 14-3 SLC at North Texas W 9-2 New Orleans W 8-3 New Orleans W 8-4 1 Tulane W 7-5 1 Jackson State W 14-6 1 at LSU L 7-4 1 Tulane L 9-4 1 NCAA South I Regionals - Baton Rouge

1987 43-14, 12-4 SLC SLC East Zone Champions SLC Playoff Champions NCAA Tournament at UL-Lafayette W 12-5 at Texas A&M W 5-1 at Texas A&M L 14-0 at Dallas Baptist L 14-1 at East Texas Baptist W 16-5 at East Texas Baptist W 11-3 1 at Centenary W 6-510 at UALR W 5-3 at UALR W 8-3 Mississippi L 9-2 Delta State W 14-2 Central Missouri W 12-2 Central Missouri W 6-3 Qunicy College W 10-1 Qunicy College W 9-4 UALR W 8-5 SLC ASU W 15-0 SLC ASU W 5-3 ASUSLC W 13-3 SLC ASU W 9-4 at Henderson State W 7-3 at Henderson State W 11-2 at ULMSLC W 4-0 at ULMSLC L 8-3 SLC at ULM W 7-1 SLC at ULM L 5-4 at Southern Ark. L 15-9 UL-Lafayette W 7-3 2 at S’port Caps. W 9-7 NW (La.) State W 6-5 NW (La.) State W 7-6 Southern Ark. L 19-11 SLC at ASU W 2-0

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W 2-1 at ASUSLC at ASUSLC W 13-9 SLC at ASU L 10-2 Louisiana College W 13-3 Louisiana College W 10-0 LSU W 5-410 at Delta State W 6-2 Henderson State W 6-5 Henderson State W 20-1 Mississippi State W 12-8 Mississippi State L 17-13 ULMSLC W 9-1 ULMSLC L 9-3 ULMSLC W 3-1 ULMSLC W 9-8 Centenary W 8-6 at NW (La.) State W 3-0 New Orleans L 9-3 3 at Lamar W 6-2 3 at Lamar L 3-2 3 Lamar W 9-1 3 Lamar W 7-613 4 at New Orleans L 18-5 4 Southern W 5-2 4 Cal State-Fullerton L 11-0 1 at Fair Grounds Field Shreveport 2 Exhibition game 3 SLC Playoffs 4 NCAA South II Regionals - New Orleans

1988 42-19, 10-4 ASC at NW (La.) State W 5-2 at NW (La.) State W 8-3 Centenary W 12-5 Texas A&M L 9-5 Texas A&M W 5-3 Texas A&M W 13-7 at Saint Edward’s W 18-11 at Texas L 10-6 Dallas Baptist W 5-3 Dallas Baptist W 15-4 Evangell College W 10-0 at Mississippi State L 17-4 at Mississippi State L 10-0 at ULM W 10-8 Tulane W 9-4 1 Arkansas L 4-2 1 Baylor L 3-2 1 Oklahoma State L 7-4 East Texas Baptist W 6-5 East Texas Baptist W 14-2 at Tulane L 6-4 at Ala.-Birmingham L 6-2 at Ala.-Birmingham W 2-1 at Livingston W 6-0 UL-LafayetteASC W 3-2 ASC UL-Lafayette W 6-2 ULM W 21-6 ULM W 5-3 Delta State W 18-2 Ouachita Baptist W 15-2 Ouachita Baptist W 9-5 ASC at New Orleans L 7-4 ASC at New Orleans L 10-1 ASC at New Orleans L 10-6 at Centenary W 7-3 UALR W 10-2 UALR W 7-1 at Delta State L 9-8 UTPAASC W 2-0 ASC UTPA W 5-412 UTPAASC W 7-4 Louisiana College W 7-5 UTPA L 5-4 ASUASC W 20-8 ASUASC W 8-1 ASUASC W 7-6 Stephen F. Austin W 15-3 Stephen F. Austin L 5-4 at LamarASC W 11-3 ASC at Lamar W 10-3 at LamarASC L 5-1 at Louisiana College W 10-1 NW (La.) State W 8-2 NW (La.) State W 3-1 Memphis State L 8-3 Memphis State W 11-8

Memphis State W 9-4 2 UTPA W 7-613 2 UL-Lafayette L 3-2 2 at New Orleans W 6-1 2 UL-Lafayette L 8-0 1 Dixie College Classic Shreveport 2 ASC Tournament - Edinburg, Texas

1989 38-20, 8-7 ASC at Memphis State L 5-4 at Memphis State L 5-4 Henderson State W 17-6 at Texas A&M L 11-4 at Texas A&M L 12-9 at Texas A&M L 14-2 at Stephen F. Austin W 6-5 at Stephen F. Austin W 7-5 Mississippi State W 14-7 Mississippi State L 9-1 ULM W 10-6 at ULM W 9-4 at ULM W 6-3 Ark.-Monticello W 17-5 East Texas Baptist L 9-7 East Texas Baptist W 4-0 Ala.-Birmingham W 6-3 Ala.-Birmingham W 2-0 at Delta State W 4-3 at Mississippi W 9-3 at Jackson State W 5-4 ASC at UL-Lafayette W 10-4 ASC at UL-Lafayette L 3-1 at UL-LafayetteASC W 6-3 Delta State W 13-6 NW (La.) State W 11-7 NW (La.) State W 7-1 New OrleansASC L 9-4 New OrleansASC L 5-4 ASC New Orleans W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist W 12-2 Ouachita Baptist W 12-3 at NW (La.) State W 13-3 at NW (La.) State W 5-2 at UTPAASC L 2-1 at UTPAASC L 2-1 at UTPAASC W 8-2 Jackson State W 16-4 Stephen F. Austin W 18-15 Stephen F. Austin W 9-3 at ASUASC L 4-3 at ASUASC W 14-3 at ASUASC W 8-0 Centenary W 5-3 at Louisiana College W 11-2 ASC Lamar W 6-5 LamarASC L 3-1 ASC Lamar W 10-4 Louisiana College W 16-1 UTA L 9-4 1 New Orleans L 1-0 1 at UL-Lafayette W 6-1 1 Lamar W 2-1 1 New Orleans W 7-3 1 New Orleans L 4-2 at LSU L 17-2 at LSU L 7-1 at LSU L 8-5 1 ASC Tournament - Lafayette

1990

29-31, 8-7 ASC at LSU L 15-3 at UTA L 8-2 at UTA L 4-1 at UTA L 3-2 Texas A&M W 11-3 Texas A&M W 5-2 Texas A&M L 2-1 UALR W 5-3 at Prairie View A&M W 9-2 at Prairie View A&M W 21-9 at McNeese State L 3-2 at Stephen F. Austin L 3-2 at Stephen F. Austin W 2-1 at Mississippi State L 10-0 at Mississippi State L 6-1 at UALR W 7-3


Delta State L 4-0 Mississippi W 1-0 1 Illinois State W 7-6 10 1 Oklahoma State L 16-13 1 Sam Houston State L 9-4 Louisiana College W 7-1 at Arkansas L 6-3 at Arkansas L 4-1 Ouachita Baptist W 6-0 Ouachita Baptist W 10-3 at Oklahoma L 7-6 12 ASC at New Orleans L 7-0 at New OrleansASC L 4-3 11 at New OrleansASC W 7-4 Centenary L 12-4 Belhaven W 3-1 ASUASC W 3-2 ASUASC L 7-5 ASC ASU L 6-5 13 at NW (La.) State L 11-0 at NW (La.) State L 6-2 at LamarASC W 3-0 at LamarASC W 9-0 at LamarASC W 7-1 at Delta State L 13-7 at Centenary W 6-3 McNeese State W 6-5 12 UL-LafayetteASC L 2-1 UL-LafayetteASC L 5-4 UL-LafayetteASC W 10-5 at Louisiana College W 10-0 Stephen F. Austin L 5-4 Stephen F. Austin L 5-4 NW (La.) State L 4-1 NW (La.) State W 4-1 ASC UTPA W 7-0 UTPAASC L 8-4 UTPAASC W 7-3 at ULM W 10-5 ULM W 12-10 ULM W 7-5 2 at UL-Lafayette L 11-2 2 ASU W 18-2 2 New Orleans L 8-2 1 College Classic - Shreveport 2 ASC Tournament - Lafayette

1991

at UALR L 3-2 McNeese State W 5-4 ASC at UTPA W 3-2 at UTPAASC L 5-4 ASC at UTPA L 12-11 NW (La.) State L 9-8 NW (La.) State W 7-4 at UL-LafayetteASC L 5-2 at UL-LafayetteASC L 6-4 ASC at UL-Lafayette W 8-7 1 at UL-Lafayette W 8-6 1 Central Florida L 6-4 1 at UL-Lafayette L 10-3 1 ASC Tournament - Lafayette

1992 31-18, 15-5 SBC SBC West Champions at TCU L 1-0 at TCU W 8-4 at TCU W 6-4 at Stephen F. Austin W 6-5 10 Stephen F. Austin W 9-5 at Centenary W 7-5 UTA L 7-5 UTA L 11-10 1 Creighton L 6-5 1 Ohio State W 6-5 1 at McNeese State L 3-1 at Houston L 4-2 Evangel College W 22-8 2 Grambling State L 6-3 2 Centenary W 5-1 2 NW (La.) State L 4-3 UL-LafayetteSBC W 5-2 SBC UL-Lafayette L 8-4 UL-LafayetteSBC W 2-112 at Mississippi State W 9-1 at Mississippi State L 7-5 at LamarSBC W 6-2 at LamarSBC L 4-3 McNeese State W 10-6 Ouachita Baptist W 11-1 Ouachita Baptist W 9-2 SBC at ASU L 9-2 SBC at ASU W 15-5 SBC at ASU W 10-8 Houston Baptist W 11-1 Houston Baptist W 9-2 NW (La.) State W 14-9 Lamar W 13-1 LamarSBC W 7-3 SBC Lamar W 9-1 at NW (La.) State L 6-0 SBC ASU W 5-2 ASUSBC W 6-5 ASUSBC W 9-1 at ULM L 15-5 Centenary W 7-6 SBC at New Orleans L 6-4 at New OrleansSBC L 4-3 SBC at New Orleans W 9-1 SBC UTPA W 3-2 UTPASBC W 4-3 UTPASBC W 11-1 3 Central Florida L 6-4 3 WKU L 5-4 1 Lake Area Classic Lake Charles 2 College Classic - Shreveport 3 SBC Tournament - Mobile, Ala.

1993 25-25, 11-8 SBC at UTA L 2-1 at UTA L 4-3 UALR W 4-3 Centenary W 7-2 Centenary W 7-1 1 Lamar L 5-0 1 Oklahoma L 2-0 1 at McNeese State L 10-1 at Ala.-Birmingham L 6-3 at Ala.-Birmingham L 3-0 at Alabama L 8-5 Mississippi State L 6-5 Mississippi State L 18-8 SBC UL-Lafayette L 5-2 UL-LafayetteSBC W 5-0 at Stephen F. Austin W 10-2

at Centenary L 6-4 at Centenary W 13-5 McNeese State W 7-2 at LamarSBC L 12-3 SBC at Lamar L 2-1 at LamarSBC L 6-5 NW (La.) State L 18-9 South AlabamaSBC L 7-6 South AlabamaSBC W 8-1 SBC UTPA W 7-6 UTPASBC W 3-2 SBC UTPA W 13-0 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 4-3 at UL-LafayetteSBC W 7-1 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-2 at ULM L 8-3 New OrleansSBC W 6-5 SBC New Orleans W 7-2 New OrleansSBC W 6-5 Ouachita Baptist W 16-1 Ouachita Baptist W 6-0 ULM W 7-1 at UTPASBC W 8-2 at UTPASBC L 8-3 at UTPASBC W 5-4 at UALR W 14-5 UTA L 3-1 UTA W 4-1 UTA L 5-1 Ark.-Monticello W 10-1 Ark.-Monticello W 8-6 2 vs. ASU L 9-4 2 vs. UL-Lafayette W 11-10 2 vs. Jacksonville L 11-6 1 Lake Area Classic - Lake Charles 2 SBC Tournament Beaumont, Texas

1994 22-26, 8-16 SBC at UTA W 6-5 at UTA W 9-1 at UTA L 15-1 Houston W 2-1 Houston L 6-0 Houston W 6-5 TCU L 21-7 TCU L 10-3 TCU L 6-510 SBC at UTPA W 8-7 at UTPASBC W 10-9 at UTPASBC W 9-6 New OrleansSBC L 14-3 New OrleansSBC L 21-7 New OrleansSBC L 16-8 at McNeese State L 14-0 SBC at Lamar L 3-2 at LamarSBC W 6-5 SBC at Lamar L 10-7 Centenary W 6-5 UL-LafayetteSBC L 7-3 UL-LafayetteSBC L 9-2 UL-LafayetteSBC L 8-3 at Stephen F. Austin W 9-4 Belhaven W 20-13 at NW (La.) State L 3-0 NW (La.) State W 7-4 at Mississippi State W 10-1 at Mississippi State L 5-1 UTPASBC W 8-2 UTPASBC W 4-3 SBC UTPA W 12-7 Ouachita Baptist W 13-1 Ouachita Baptist W 10-0 SBC at New Orleans L 2-0 at New OrleansSBC L 4-3 at New OrleansSBC L 2-1 McNeese State L 10-3 LamarSBC L 10-0 LamarSBC L 2-0 SBC Lamar L 9-5 Stephen F. Austin W 12-3 Stephen F. Austin W 1-0 at ULM L 8-2 ULM W 5-3 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-4 at UL-LafayetteSBC W 7-2 L 2-1 at UL-LafayetteSBC

1995 19-33, 8-19 SBC at Texas L 11-1 at Texas L 17-9 at Texas L 5-1 Henderson State W 8-1 Henderson State W 7-0 at Sam Houston State W 12-8 at TCU L 9-2 at TCU L 5-1 at TCU L 14-2 at Houston L 15-6 at Houston L 3-2 Ala.-Birmingham L 3-0 Ala.-Birmingham W 8-5 SBC at South Alabama L 12-1 at South AlabamaSBC W 10-5 at South AlabamaSBC L 10-7 JacksonvilleSBC L 12-1 JacksonvilleSBC L 7-4 SBC Jacksonville L 7-1 at Stephen F. Austin W 12-3 Centenary W 7-3 at UTPASBC L 5-1 at UTPASBC L 11-5 at UTPASBC L 4-1 Stephen F. Austin W 7-6 SBC at ASU L 12-1 at ASUSBC L 6-1 SBC at ASU L 2-1 Mississippi State L 7-4 Mississippi State W 4-2 UL-LafayetteSBC W 8-4 UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-4 UL-LafayetteSBC W 5-2 NW (La.) State W 14-9 New OrleansSBC W 6-3 SBC New Orleans L 6-5 SBC New Orleans W 4-2 McNeese State L 10-5 at Belhaven W 5-4 at LamarSBC L 1-0 at LamarSBC W 1-0 SBC at Lamar L 11-9 at NW (La.) State L 7-2 at Centenary W 9-4 SBC UALR L 6-3 UALRSBC L 4-2 UALRSBC W 11-10 ULM L 7-510 at ULM L 9-4 at WKUSBC W 13-2 SBC at WKU L 9-8 L 8-1 at WKUSBC

1996 23-31, 9-17 SBC at UTA W 5-2 at UTA W 3-2 at McNeese State W 13-4 at TCU W 7-1 at TCU W 11-5 SLU L 2-1 1 Kansas L 11-10 1 Ohio State L 10-3 1 at McNeese State L 10-7 Henderson State W 16-1 Henderson State W 4-1 at LSU L 6-1 Ouachita Baptist W 3-1 Ouachita Baptist L 3-2 at NW (La.) State L 6-5 10 SBC WKU L 12-6 WKUSBC L 5-2 SBC WKU L 5-4 10 Ark.-Monticello L 3-2 Ark.-Monticello W 7-1 ASUSBC L 16-7 ASUSBC W 8-4 SBC ASU L 5-3 NW (La.) State W 5-1 SBC at UALR L 12-7 at UALRSBC L 9-2 at UALRSBC W 10-7 at JacksonvilleSBC L 5-4 10 at JacksonvilleSBC W 12-9 at JacksonvilleSBC L 6-5 Centenary W 14-6 SBC UTPA W 6-5

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UTPASBC W 5-4 at Mississippi State L 5-2 at Mississippi State L 6-5 at New OrleansSBC L 10-4 at New OrleansSBC L 6-5 at New OrleansSBC L 9-5 at SLU W 11-7 at McNeese State W 15-1 South AlabamaSBC L 5-2 South AlabamaSBC L 6-5 SBC South Alabama L 7-4 at ULM L 8-5 ULM L 16-8 LamarSBC W 5-4 LamarSBC W 6-3 LamarSBC W 12-8 McNeese State L 6-2 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 8-4 SBC at UL-Lafayette W 8-5 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 11-0 at NW (La.) State W 6-4 NW (La.) State L 6-5 1 Lake Area Classic - Lake Charles, La.

1997 26-30, 15-12 SBC Ark.-Monticello W 27-5 Ark.-Monticello W 32-0 TCU W 4-3 TCU L 15-11 at Alabama L 9-3 at Alabama L 13-7 Nicholls State L 22-4 Nicholls State W 5-1 Nicholls State L 20-19 Henderson State W 9-8 at Centenary W 16-9 SBC at South Alabama L 14-7 at South AlabamaSBC L 4-2 at South AlabamaSBC L 8-1 at LSU L 8-2 New OrleansSBC L 12-0 SBC New Orleans W 11-10 New OrleansSBC W 10-1 Henderson State W 15-6 at McNeese State W 6-3 JacksonvilleSBC W 14-9 JacksonvilleSBC W 9-8 JacksonvilleSBC L 5-4 LSU L 13-1 at SLU L 17-0 at SLU W 6-3 SBC at ASU L 11-2 at ASUSBC L 15-0 at ASUSBC W 6-510 NW (La.) State L 15-3 at UTPASBC W 5-4 at UTPASBC W 5-0 at UTPASBC W 1-0 at Arkansas L 8-0 at Arkansas L 3-2 SBC UALR W 7-3 UALRSBC W 13-4 UALRSBC W 15-7 Centenary W 9-5 at Centenary L 6-3 at Lamar L 12-1 SBC at Lamar L 7-1 at LamarSBC W 7-3 at NW (La.) State L 5-4 McNeese State L 9-5 at WKUSBC W 16-1110 at WKUSBC W 13-1 at WKUSBC W 15-8 ULM L 9-7 SBC UL-Lafayette L 23-10 SBC UL-Lafayette L 9-4 UL-LafayetteSBC L 9-8 at ULM L 2-0 NW (La.) State W 11-10 1 vs. ASU L 3-1 1 at UL-Lafayette L 8-6 1 SBC Tournament - Lafayette, La.

1998 21-34, 8-18 SBC UTA W 13-12 UTA L 2-13 Central Ark. W 9-2

at SLU W 8-7 SLU W 12-8 at Mississippi State L 4-10 at Alabama L 3-23 at Alabama L 3-510 1 Iowa State L 5-7 1 Ohio State W 9-7 1 McNeese State L 3-14 at Nicholls State W 5-4 at Nicholls State W 4-3 at Nicholls State L 5-8 SBC ASU W 10-910 SBC ASU L 4-21 at LSU L 1-8 UTPASBC W 11-9 UTPASBC W 11-8 UTPASBC L 2-13 NW (LA.) State W 8-2 at McNeese State L 3-13 at JacksonvilleSBC L 13-22 at JacksonvilleSBC W 17-11 at JacksonvilleSBC L 4-8 LSU-Shreveport W 13-5 LSU-Shreveport W 12-2 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 1-7 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 6-9 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 4-12 at Arkansas L 8-19 at UALRSBC L 1-6 at UALRSBC L 2-4 at UALRSBC W 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 1-3 Southern Ark. W 16-1510 SBC South Alabama L 1-11 South AlabamaSBC L 4-7 SBC South Alabama L 8-13 at ULM L 8-9 at New OrleansSBC L 6-13 at New OrleansSBC W 13-0 at New OrleansSBC L 2-8 McNeese State W 13-7 SBC WKU L 5-18 WKUSBC L 2-4 SBC WKU W 12-9 Centenary W 4-2 LamarSBC L 2-25 LamarSBC W 7-5 LamarSBC L 10-11 at Centenary L 9-11 ULM L 5-21 NW (LA.) State W 11-9 at NW (LA.) State L 3-9 1 Lake Area Classic - Lake Charles, La.

1999

95

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES

31-26, 9-8 ASC at LSU L 10-3 at Texas Christian W 6-3 at Texas Christian W 10-9 at Texas Christian L 9-4 UTA L 1-0 UTA W 6-4 UTA L 4-1 at Hardin-Simmons L 9-6 at Hardin-Simmons W 10-9 at Texas A&M W 7-6 at Texas A&M W 11-7 Mississippi State W 7-3 Mississippi State W 5-4 at McNeese State L 8-4 HOUSTON L 3-2 HOUSTON W 2-1 HOUSTON L 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 4-0 at NW (La.) State L 5-0 UALR W 5-1 ASC New Orleans L 11-4 New OrleansASC L 12-2 New OrleansASC W 6-3 Belhaven W 11-4 Belhaven W 17-8 ULM W 9-3 at ULM L 10-4 at ULM W 12-5 Hardin-Simmons W 12-3 Hardin-Simmons W 1-0 Hardin-Simmons W 2-0 at ASUASC W 3-210 at ASUASC W 4-3 at ASUASC W 11-3 LSU L 13-6 LamarASC W 11-2 ASC Lamar L 5-4 at Mississippi L 6-5 Central FloridaASC W 6-5 Central FloridaASC W 13-5 Central FloridaASC L 7-6

20-37, 10-22 SBC at NW (La.) State L 6-2 SLU L 13-11 Nebraska L 16-3 Nebraska L 14-8 Lamar W 10-9 McNeese State L 9-8 at SLU L 5-4 LSUS W 13-4 LSUS W 8-7 Indiana State W 14-1 Michigan State W 17-0 at McNeese State L 22-2 Centenary W 13-12 at FIUSBC L 6-2 at FIUSBC L 3-2 at FIUSBC L 7-2 at NW (La.) State L 3-2 South AlabamaSBC L 11-6 SBC South Alabama L 7-1 Arkansas L 10-3 SBC New Orleans L 13-7 New OrleansSBC W 10-7 New OrleansSBC L 11-3 Ark-Monticello W 12-9 at McNeese State L 9-2 at ASUSBC W 16-2 SBC at ASU W 8-2 at ASUSBC L 5-3 SBC FIU W 6-5 SBC FIU L 7-0 FIUSBC L 12-1 Southern Ark. W 5-1 at South AlabamaSBC L 10-2


at South AlabamaSBC L 10-7 at South AlabamaSBC L 11-8 at New OrleansSBC L 7-6 at New OrleansSBC L 3-0 SBC at New Orleans L 11-3 NW (La.) State W 10-4 ASUSBC W 3-2 ASUSBC L 14-6 ASUSBC W 5-2 at LSUS W 17-9 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 3-2 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 12-4 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 12-0 at ULM L 6-2 ULM L 18-8 UALRSBC W 6-4 UALRSBC W 7-3 UALRSBC W 13-12 at Centenary L 10-7 at WKUSBC L 5-3 SBC at WKU W 10-9 SBC at WKU L 4-3 1 vs WKU L 4-3 1 vs UALR L 4-3 1 Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Metairie, La.

2000

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES

96

26-29, 13-16 SBC Ark. Monticello W 14-1 at Lamar W 8-4 at Lamar L 5-6 at Lamar L 2-15 Centenary W 5-4 Oklahoma State W 12-6 Grambling State L 8-9 at Alabama L 5-12 at Ole Miss L 2-9 at Ole Miss L 3-13 at Ole Miss L 1-4 at NW (La.) State L 1-2 Louisiana College W 9-0 LSU-Shreveport W 15-13 LSU- Shreveport W 6-5 at ULM W 7-4 Louisiana College W 16-3 at Centenary W 8-4 UL-LafayetteSBC L 2-11 SBC UL-Lafayette L 8-13 SBC UL-Lafayette L 7-15 Manhattan College W 17-1 UALRSBC W 5-2 UALRSBC L 1-6 UALRSBC W 8-3 at McNeese State L 1-4 at WKUSBC L 1-5 SBC at WKU W 21-2 at WKUSBC W 3-2 McNeese State L 0-7 FIUSBC L 6-8 NW (La.) State W 13-7 at South AlabamaSBC L 0-11 at South AlabamaSBC W 8-3 at South AlabamaSBC W 7-4 ULM L 6-9 at New OrleansSBC L 4-6 at New OrleansSBC W 9-3 at New OrleansSBC L 3-13 Arkansas StateSBC L 4-11 Arkansas StateSBC W 4-3 SBC Arkansas State W 11-4 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 6-7 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-9 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 3-12 at UALRSBC L 2-14 at UALRSBC W 3-1 at UALRSBC L 5-9 at ULM L 4-7 ULM W 7-6 SBC WKU W 11-10 WKUSBC W 12-3 SBC WKU W 9-4 1 at FIU L 5-6 1 vs. UL-Lafayette L 2-13 1 SBC Tournament

2001

32-26, 12-14 SBC at Prairie View W 14-0

at Prairie View W 18-1 Grambling State W 24-0 NW (La.) State W 8-5 Mississippi Valley W 15-1 Texas-San Antonio W 9-8 Texas-San Antonio L 5-6 Texas-San Antonio L 6-7 Centenary W 12-7 at NW (La.) State L 2-4 Mississippi L 4-14 Mississippi L 7-10 Mississippi W 7-4 at Alabama L 1-13 Nebraska L 2-13 SBC at FIU L 3-17 at FIUSBC W 10-7 at FIUSBC L 3-4 vs. Arkansas W 12-1 vs. Kansas State L 0-8 NMSUSBC L 0-1 SBC NMSU L 4-8 Alabama W 7-2 SBC at UALR L 4-5 at UALRSBC W 6-4 at UALRSBC L 4-11 at Centenary W 15-4 New OrleansSBC L 6-8 SBC New Orleans W 14-13 SBC New Orleans W 11-10 at Mississippi Valley W 15-9 Centenary L 8-11 at Arkansas State L 1-9 at Arkansas StateSBC L 1-8 at Arkansas StateSBC W 3-0 at Texas-Arlington W 3-1 at Texas-Arlington W 6-5 at Middle Tenn.SBC L 4-10 at Middle Tenn.SBC W 11-2 SBC at Middle Tenn. L 5-10 Ouachita Baptist W 20-3 Mississippi Valley W 12-2 Mississippi Valley W 9-2 UL-LafayetteSBC W 7-6 SBC UL-Lafayette W 5-4 UL-LafayetteSBC W 6-5 UL-Monroe W 7-3 SBC South Alabama W 3-2 South AlabamaSBC L 6-10 South AlabamaSBC L 1-2 at ULM L 5-6 WKUSBC W 11-8 SBC WKU W 13-12 WKUSBC L 5-7 1 vs. FIU W 5-3 1 vs. UALR W 11-8 1 vs. South Alabama L 5-18 1 vs. South Alabama L 3-6 1 SBC Tournament

2002

21-37, 7-23 WAC Mississippi Valley W 6-2 Mississippi Valley W 16-6 Mississippi Valley W 13-0 Texas-Arlington L 4-10 Texas-Arlington W 4-2 Texas-Arlington W 12-4 at Alabama L 0-4 Prairie View A&M W 13-0 Prairie View A&M W 11-1 Prairie View A&M W 14-2 Nicholls State L 4-5 Nicholls State L 5-9 Nicholls State W 3-2 Mississippi State L 7-14 vs. UALR L 4-5 vs. Texas A&M-CC W 12-2 at NW (La.) State L 1-6 vs. Sam Houston L 3-7 vs. Texas Southern W 16-4 vs. Lamar W 7-6 at San Jose StateWAC W 3-2 at San Jose StateWAC L 3-11 at San Jose StateWAC L 4-5 Texas A&M-CC L 2-8 Fresno StateWAC L 1-14 WAC Fresno State L 0-2 Fresno StateWAC L 2-3 at ULM W 5-3 at NevadaWAC L 2-4

at NevadaWAC at NevadaWAC at Fresno StateWAC at Fresno StateWAC at Fresno StateWAC at NW (La.) State HawaiiWAC HawaiiWAC HawaiiWAC NW (La.) State San Jose StateWAC San Jose StateWAC San Jose StateWAC at RiceWAC at RiceWAC at RiceWAC ULM NevadaWAC NevadaWAC NevadaWAC at HawaiiWAC at HawaiiWAC at HawaiiWAC at Nebraska at Nebraska at Nebraska RiceWAC RiceWAC RiceWAC

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

2003 18-34-1, 10-20 WAC Centenary W 9-7 Mississippi Valley W 10-1 at Mississippi Valley W 12-6 at Ole Miss L 2-3 at Ole Miss L 5-17 at McNeese State L 1-11 Nebraska W 6-5 Nebraska L 3-14 Nebraska L 8-13 at Nicholls State W 10-4 at Southern Miss L 6-2 at Southern Miss L 15-17 at Southern Miss L 4-10 at Mississippi State T 5-5 WAC Rice L 3-4 RiceWAC L 3-5 WAC Rice L 0-12 at Alabama L 3-6 Texas A&M CC W 10-2 Texas A&M CC L 1-8 1 Arkansas L 7-19 1 at Centenary L 5-10 San Jose StateWAC W 3-2 WAC San Jose State W 7-5 San Jose StateWAC W 10-1 Nw (La.) State W 2-0 at Fresno StateWAC L 5-9 at Fresno StateWAC L 5-8 at Fresno StateWAC L 4-8 at NevadaWAC L 3-10 WAC at Nevada L 5-8 at NevadaWAC L 6-11 WAC Hawaii W 6-5 HawaiiWAC W 7-6 HawaiiWAC L 4-1 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-7 at San Jose StateWAC L 1-3 at San Jose StateWAC W 5-1 at RiceWAC L 1-2 at RiceWAC L 13-3 WAC at Rice L 8-2 at NW (La.) State L 0-15 McNeese State W 9-8 Fresno StateWAC W 9-8 Fresno StateWAC L 7-3 Fresno StateWAC W 12-7 at ULM L 6-10 at HawaiiWAC W 3-1 WAC at Hawaii L 1-8 at HawaiiWAC L 1-11 NevadaWAC W 8-3 NevadaWAC L 1-7 NevadaWAC L 3-14 1 Centenary Gent Classic, Shreveport, La.

2004 20-38, 10-20 WAC McNeese State W 9-7 McNeese State L 4-18 McNeese State W 9-3 at Arkansas L 0-2 at Arkansas L 2-22 at Arkansas L 2-13 NW (La.) State L 1-14 Nicholls State W 18-9 Nicholls State W 14-5 Nicholls State W 11-7 Southern Miss L 2-5 Southern Miss L 0-5 Southern Miss L 4-13 Centenary W 5-2 Alabama W 6-1 Kansas State L 4-7 at Centenary W 6-5 Lamar L 10-15 Lamar L 4-7 at Oklahoma State L 2-15 at Oklahoma State W 8-7 at Oklahoma State L 1-19 Mississippi State L 0-7 at San Jose StateWAC W 11-4 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-10 at San Jose StateWAC L 3-411 HawaiiWAC W 7-610 HawaiiWAC L 7-13 WAC Hawaii L 1-8 at NW (La.) State L 3-14 WAC at Fresno State W 11-8 at Fresno StateWAC L 3-11 at Fresno StateWAC L 4-12 at Alabama L 1-10 NevadaWAC L 7-13 NevadaWAC L 4-15 WAC Nevada L 9-27 NW (La.) State L 5-8 WAC at Hawaii L 4-8 WAC at Hawaii L 1-9 at HawaiiWAC W 1-0 RiceWAC L 1-4 RiceWAC L 0-7 Fresno StateWAC L 10-12 WAC Fresno State W 6-5 Fresno StateWAC W 13-12 WAC at Nevada L 3-19 at NevadaWAC L 2-11 at NevadaWAC L 0-4 at Mississippi State L 7-10 San Jose StateWAC W 5-4 San Jose StateWAC W 9-1 San Jose StateWAC W 7-5 at ULM W 7-1 at RiceWAC L 0-10 WAC at Rice L 0-10 at RiceWAC W 6-510 at RiceWAC L 1-8

2005 17-39, 9-20 WAC at McNeese State W 3-1 at McNeese State W 8-4 at McNeese State W 9-1 at UL-Lafayette L 10-0 at UL-Lafayette L 9-3 Arkansas L 5-2 Arkansas W 10-8 Arkansas L 9-4 NW (La.) State L 8-1 Sam Houston State L 14-8 Sam Houston State L 13-3 Sam Houston State W 3-210 Grambling State L 10-9 Oklahoma State L 6-2 Oklahoma State L 5-4 at Mississippi State L 5-3 at Nicholls State W 1-0 at Nicholls State W 4-3 at Nicholls State L 5-3 WAC at Hawaii L 8-6 WAC at Hawaii W 5-2 at HawaiiWAC W 9-6 at San Jose StateWAC W 4-2 at San Jose StateWAC L 1-0 at San Jose StateWAC L 4-0 NevadaWAC L 11-5

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NevadaWAC RiceWAC RiceWAC RiceWAC Fresno StateWAC Fresno StateWAC Fresno StateWAC at Lamar at Lamar at RiceWAC at RiceWAC at RiceWAC ULM San Jose StateWAC San Jose StateWAC San Jose StateWAC at NevadaWAC at NevadaWAC at NevadaWAC at NW (La.) State at ULM at Fresno StateWAC at Fresno StateWAC at Fresno StateWAC HawaiiWAC HawaiiWAC

L 4-3 W 3-2 L 9-6 L 11-4 W 2-1 W 5-2 W 10-7 L 3-212 L 5-4 L 12-6 L 17-1 L 6-2 L 7-6 L 8-412 W 7-6 L 10-8 L 10-2 L 9-6 W 3-1 L 3-2 L 11-4 L 12-1 L 13-9 L 10-8 L 5-4 L 7-4

2006 33-25, 11-13 WAC McNeese State L 4-6 McNeese State L 5-10 McNeese State W 5-3 UTA L 2-7 UTA L 4-10 UTA W 5-4 Grambling State W 21-1 at Arkansas L 9-10 at Arkansas L 2-13 at Arkansas L 2-10 at Ark.-Pine Bluff W 21-1 at Ark.-Pine Bluff W 14-1 at Mississippi State L 1-11 at Southern Miss W 12-7 1 Michigan W 13-7 1 Pacific L 9-11 1 Baylor W 12-4 Lamar W 14-5 Lamar L 4-9 WAC at Hawaii W 6-1 at HawaiiWAC W 5-4 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-2 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-6 at San Jose StateWAC W 8-2 UAB W 3-1 UAB W 11-8 UAB W 6-2 Mississippi State W 13-12 UL-Lafayette W 6-3 NevadaWAC W 10-8 NevadaWAC W 11-0 NevadaWAC L 5-11 at Grambling State W 21-2 UL-Lafayette W 9-3 Fresno StateWAC W 5-412 WAC Fresno State W 5-410 Fresno StateWAC W 1-0 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 15-8 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 12-2 at Sacramento StateWAC W 10-7 WAC at Sacramento State L 10-11 at Sacramento StateWAC L 1-2 at NMSUWAC L 2-5 at NMSUWAC L 4-5 at NMSUWAC L 7-8 at ULM W 8-7 HawaiiWAC L 1-9 HawaiiWAC L 2-9 WAC Hawaii L 6-7 WAC Hawaii L 3-5 Alcorn State W 12-5 WAC NMSU W 5-1 NMSUWAC L 4-5 NMSUWAC W 12-8 ULM W 12-3 2 Hawaii L 0-8 2 Sacramento State W 14-9 2 Hawaii L, 2-8 1 Baylor Tournament - Waco, Texas 2 WAC Tourament - Fresno, Calif.

2007 35-24, 14-10 WAC Arkansas L 2-4 Arkansas W 9-2 Arkansas L 2-6 at UTA L 3-8 at UTA W 13-6 at UTA W 9-710 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 18-0 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 22-3 Jackson State W 21-7 McNeese State W 8-2 McNeese State W 15-13 McNeese State W 14-5 Nicholls State W 5-2 Nicholls State L 3-14 ULM W 3-2 ULM L 9-10 at UL-Lafayette L 1-5 at Grambling W 10-7 WAC Sacramento State L 2-4 Sacramento StateWAC W 13-5 Sacramento StateWAC L 5-7 Toledo L 7-10 Toledo W 11-5 at Sam Houston State L 4-5 at Sam Houston State L 6-9 at Sam Houson State W 7-2 at Lamar W 12-9 at Lamar W 16-2 Fresno StateWAC L 8-11 Fresno StateWAC W 5-3 Fresno StateWAC W 8-6 UL-Lafayette L 6-11 at NW (La.) State L 5-8 Dallas Baptist W 7-2 Dallas Baptist W 11-8 Dallas Baptist W 3-2 NMSUWAC W 5-1 NMSUWAC W 16-10 NMSUWAC W 12-5 GramblingWAC W 8-1 WAC at Sacramento State W 5-2 WAC at Sacramento State W 6-3 at Sacramento StateWAC W 8-1 at HawaiiWAC L 4-7 at HawaiiWAC W 10-9 at HawaiiWAC L 2-7 San Jose StateWAC L 2-6 San Jose StateWAC W 12-9 WAC San Jose State W 7-1 at NevadaWAC L 7-9 at NevadaWAC L 0-9 WAC at Nevada W 11-10 at Fresno StateWAC W 10-5 at Fresno StateWAC L 1-3 at Fresno StateWAC L 2-8 at ULM L 9-12 at ULM W 4-3 1 vs. San Jose State L 1-11 1 vs. Fresno State L 2-4 1 WAC Tournament - Reno, Nev.

2008

1 1 1

23-31, 7-23 WAC McNeese State W 14-5 McNeese State W 13-1 McNeese State W 17-0 UTA W 8-4 UTA W 8-1 at ULM W 11-7 Arkansas L 8-9 Ohio State L 4-7 Texas A&M L 4-7 at Baylor W 9-6 at Baylor L 6-7 Central Arkansas L 0-5 Central Arkansas W 3-0 Central Arkansas W 5-4 UL-Lafayette L 2-11 Tennessee-Martin W 8-5 Tennessee-Martin W 6-1 Tennessee-Martin W 11-6 Grambling State W 10-4 at NevadaWAC L 6-11 WAC at Nevada L 3-14 WAC at Nevada L 6-7 WAC at Nevada L 4-6 San Jose StateWAC L 6-11


San Jose StateWAC W 7-2 San Jose StateWAC W 12-1114 Sacramento StateWAC L 2-17 Sacramento StateWAC L 7-13 Sacramento StateWAC L 4-6 at Fresno StateWAC L 5-14 at Fresno StateWAC L 8-9 at Fresno StateWAC L 1-11 at Fresno StateWAC L 0-8 at San Jose StateWAC L 1-11 WAC at San Jose State L 3-8 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-3 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-4 NW (La.) State W 12-10 HawaiiWAC L 7-13 HawaiiWAC L 4-8 HawaiiWAC W 14-4 WAC Hawaii W 10-9 at Grambling State W 13-3 WAC Nevada W 9-3 NevadaWAC L 4-8 NevadaWAC L 5-710 NevadaWAC L 0-2 at UL-Lafayette L 3-4 at NW (La.) State L 1-7 ULM W 15-5 WAC at NMSU W 5-4 at NMSUWAC L 11-14 WAC at NMSU W 7-6 at NMSUWAC L 13-15 1 Domino’s Pizza Classic — College Station, Texas

2009

2010

27-30, 11-13 WAC Alcorn State L 0-1 Alcorn State W 14-6 Alcorn State W 12-2 at Grambling State W 20-3 McNeese State L 12-19 McNeese State W 8-710 McNeese State W 8-5 at Baylor W 14-6 at UTPA W 10-8 at UTPA W 9-513 at UTPA L 7-23 at Baylor L 4-12 at New Mexico L 10-13 at New Mexico L 14-1510 at New Mexico L 6-710 at New Mexico L 6-12 at Central Arkansas L 0-1 Southern Miss W 4-3 Southern Miss L 7-15 Grambling State W 11-1 at Minnesota L 2-3 at Minnesota W 9-1 at Minnesota W 5-2 Texas Wesleyan W 10-3 Texas Wesleyan W 10-0

Texas Wesleyan W 11-1 LSUS L 7-10 WAC San Jose State W 14-1 WAC San Jose State L 2-8 San Jose StateWAC L 6-12 San Jose StateWAC W 10-2 at Fresno StateWAC W 13-7 at Fresno StateWAC W 13-5 at Fresno StateWAC L 4-14 WAC at Fresno State L 2-12 WAC Hawai’i L 0-10 WAC Hawai’i W 9-5 WAC Hawai’i L 13-14 Hawai’iWAC W 14-6 at NMSUWAC L 10-11 at NMSUWAC L 13-16 at NMSUWAC L 6-10 WAC at NMSU L 8-22 WAC Sacramento State W 17-11 WAC Sacramento State W 27-12 Sacramento StateWAC W 5-4 Sacramento StateWAC W 7-2 at No. 10 Arkansas L 4-510 at No. 1 Texas L 9-10 at No. 1 Texas L 2-13 Central Arkansas W 13-5 WAC at Nevada L 5-8 at NevadaWAC W 14-8 WAC at Nevada L 1-18 at NevadaWAC L 5-10 vs. Hawai’i* L 7-810 vs. Nevada* L 1-3 * WAC Tournament - Mesa, Ariz. Southland Conference (1972-87) America South Conference (1988-91) SBC Sun Belt Conference (1992-2001) WAC Western Athletic Conference (2002-present) SLC

ASC

Overall Coaching Records Coach Overall Conference Berry Hinton 316-206 211-125 Pat Patterson 741-462-2 218-133 Mike Kane 128-128 51-55 Randy Davis 70-95 38-71 Jeff Richardson 99-129 42-75 Wade Simoneaux 202-243-1 85-130 Overall Totals 1556-1263-3 661-606

Conference Affiliations Gulf States Conference ..................................................................................... (1945-71) Southland Conference ...................................................................................... (1972-87) American South Conference ........................................................................... (1988-91) Sun Belt Conference ..................................................................................... (1992-2001) Western Athletic Conference .........................................(2002-present)

Series Records (2011 Opponents in Bold) Abilene Christian 5-1 Alabama 2-10 Alabama-Birmingham 7-4 Alcorn State 3-1 Arkansas 3-21 Arkansas-Monticello 13-9 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 4-0 Arkansas State 79-36 Aurora College 2-0 Austin College 7-0 Baylor 3-4 Belhaven 5-0 Bellarmine (Ky.) 2-0 Buena Vista (Iowa) 1-1 Cal-State Fullerton 0-1 Centenary 77-23 Central Arkansas 6-2 Central Florida 2-3 Central Michigan 0-1 Central Oklahoma 7-1 Christian Brothers 1-0 Creighton 0-1 Dallas Baptist 10-6 Delta State 12-9 E. Texas Baptist 24-10 Eastern Illinois 3-1 Eastern Michigan 3-0 Evangel College 2-0 Florida International 3-9 Fresno State 23-25 Grambling State 13-3 Harris Teachers College 1-1 Hawai’i 23-24 Hardin Simmons 4-1 Henderson State 21-7 Houston 5-7 Houston Baptist 4-1 Illinois State 1-0 Indiana 2-0 Indiana State 1-0 Iowa State 0-1 Jackson State 4-0 Jacksonville 4-9 Kansas 0-1 Kansas State 1-3 Lamar 58-47 LeTourneau 6-0 Livingston College 1-0 Louisiana College 46-11 Louisiana-Lafayette 62-76 Louisiana-Monroe 77-63 LSU 18-40 LSU-Shreveport 7-1 Loyola-New Orleans 0-1 Manhattan College 1-0 Marietta 1-0 Marymount (Ky.) 2-0 McNeese State 76-45 Memphis 8-9 Michigan 1-0 Michigan State 1-0 Middle Tennessee 1-2

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Minnesota 2-1 Mississippi 10-25 Mississippi College 7-4 Mississippi State 15-34-1 Miss. Valley State 8-0 Missouri- St. Louis 5-1 Nebraska 3-7 Nevada 10-37 New Mexico 0-4 New Mexico State 9-15 New Orleans 23-47 Nicholls State 20-24 North Carolina 1-0 Northern Iowa 2-0 North Texas 7-1 Northwestern State 83-59 Ohio State 2-2 Oklahoma 1-7 Oklahoma State 3-10 Ouachita Baptist 30-2 Pacific 0-1 Parson 1-0 Prairie View A&M 7-0 Principia 3-0 Quincy 2-0 Rice 3-23 Sacramento State 12-9 Sam Houston State 4-5 San Jose State 18-29 St. Edwards (Texas) 4-1 St. Louis 0-1 St. Mary’s (Texas) 1-0 St. Thomas (Texas) 1-0 South Alabama 9-24 Southeastern Louisiana 16-21 Southern 2-0 Southern Arkansas 40-13 Southern Illinois 0-0 Southern Methodist 1-3 Southern Mississippi 13-13-1 Southwestern (Texas) 3-2 Stephen F. Austin 16-5 Tennessee-Martin 5-0 Texas 2-25 Texas A&M 8-23 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2-2 Texas Christian 7-9 Texas Southern 1-0 Texas State 3-1 Texas Wesleyan 7-4 Toledo 1-1 Trinity (Texas) 4-2 Tulane 3-4 UALR 47-19 UT Arlington 41-46 UTPA 34-15 UTSA 1-2 Washington U. - St. Louis 1-0 Western Kentucky 12-10 William Carey 2-3 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1-0

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29-22, 13-11 WAC Grambling State W 15-3 at Grambling State W 20-1 Grambling State W 20-9 at NW (La.) State W 9-8 at McNeese State L 5-10 at McNeese State L 6-16 at McNeese State L 5-8 Eastern Michigan W 10-7 Eastern Michigan W 5-4 Eastern Michigan W 10-0 at Stephen F. Austin W 8-610 at Southern Miss L 4-5 at Southern Miss L 3-24 at Southern Miss W 11-4 UALR W 10-911 Houston Baptist W 11-4 Houston Baptist W 8-6 Houston Baptist L 11-1212 at Dallas Baptist L 12-14 at Dallas Baptist L 10-15 at Dallas Baptist L 4-9 NevadaWAC L 5-8 NevadaWAC L 7-11

NevadaWAC L 1-47 NevadaWAC W 17-14 WAC at San Jose State L 5-11 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-6 at San Jose StateWAC L 4-158 at San Jose StateWAC L 7-8 NW (La.) State W 15-3 Fresno StateWAC W 11-9 Fresno StateWAC W 17-57 WAC Fresno State W 14-12 Fresno StateWAC W 14-6 Texas Wesleyan W 11-97 Texas Wesleyan W 16-77 at Sacramento StateWAC L 7-8 at Sacramento StateWAC L 6-8 at Sacramento StateWAC W 7-4 at Sacramento StateWAC W 10-5 at HawaiiWAC W 5-1 at HawaiiWAC W 8-5 WAC at Hawaii W 8-4 WAC at Hawaii W 8-7 New Mexico StateWAC W 6-5 New Mexico StateWAC L 0-167 New Mexico StateWAC W 17-9 New Mexico StateWAC L 3-8 1 Hawaii W 4-3 1 New Mexico State L 5-6 1 San Jose State L 3-147 1 WAC Tournament - Honolulu, Hawaii


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Scott Abadie 99, 00 Casey Adams 02, 03 Don Adams 64, 65 Jake Adams 00, 01 Jay Adcock 77, 78, 79, 80 Gwynn Adkins 42 Ruday Adkins 42 Todd Adkins 84, 85 Dale Akers 86, 87 E.J. Albritton 47 Henry Albritton 48, 49, 50, 51 Joe Albritton 66, 67, 68 John Albritton 76, 77, 78, 79 Ricky Albritton 66 Clay Alexander 07, 08, 09 Jeremy Alford 03, 04 Curtis Allen 55, 56, 57, 58 Fairon Allen 03 Grover Allen 05 Andrew Alsup 04, 05, 06, 07 Steve Alverson 05, 06 Will Alvis 10 Kole Ambeau 94 Mark Anders 94 Baron Anderson 90, 91, 93 John Anderson 08, 09 Milford Andrews 53, 54, 55, 56 Carl Anker 72 Carlos Aristi 95, 96 L.P. Armstrong 45 David Arthur 97 Marlin Askew 74 Calvin Askins 48, 49 Scott Atchison 95 Ted Atkinson 91, 92 James Aulds 87, 88, 89, 90 Shelby Aulds 81, 82, 83, 84 T.J. Avallone 04

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LETTERWINNERS

Kelton Bacon 60, 61, 62, 63 Robert Bailey 76, 77, 78, 79 Earl Baker 41, 42 John Ballance 47 Daniel Banas 80, 81 George Barefield 77, 78, 79 Andy Barham 60 Cecil Barham 68, 70 Curtis Barham 65, 66, 67, 68 Gene Barham 57 Steve Barham 68, 69, 70 Robert Barr 82 Josh Barrett 10 Don Bartlet 70 Brady Bascle 04, 05, 06, 07 Dusty Bastion 04, 05 Joey Bates 68 Kenneth Bates 53 Stein Baughman 55 Bryan Beck 98, 99, 00, 01 Bryan Bell 97, 98 Richard Bell 59, 62 Ronnie Bell 65, 66, 67, 68 George Berry 52, 53, 54 Jimmy Berry 69 Mgr. Corbett Best 72, 73 Jeff Best 79, 80, 81, 82 Leamon Best 52, 53, 54, 55 Lewis Best 51 Ed Beuerlein 88, 89 J.W. Bibb Jr 44 Richard Bill 60, 61 Frank Bitts 61, 62 Casey Blalock 01, 02 Newell Blume 60, 61, 62, 63 Jim Boehne 85, 86 James Boggs 83, 84, 85 Chris Bohannan 07, 08 Albert Bolen 58 T.D. Bonvillian 41

Tommy Bost 97, 98 Joseph Don Bourgue 87 Nick Bouzos 00 Ronald Botica 69, 70 Nathan Bounds 06 Mims Boyce 03, 04, 05, 06 Carl Boyd 81, 82, 83, 84 J.R. Boyette 53 Jamey Bradshaw 07, 08, 09, 10 Danny Brady 72 John Brandon 02, 03 Barry Brasher 81, 82 Bob Brasher 73, 74, 75, 76 Robert Brasher 46, 47, 49 Kevin Braswell 78, 79, 80, 81 Landon Braud 05, 06, 07, 08 Bart Braun 04 Dan Breazeale 10 Dave Brennan 88, 89 Derek Brewster 01, 02 Eric Brewster 00 Dickie Britton 71, 72, 73 Kenneth Brown 54, 55 Richard Brown 78, 80 Thomas Brown 90 W.T. Bruce 44 Matt Buckle 00, 01 Drew Bunting 07, 08 Michael Burke 77, 78 L. Burks 46, 47, 49 Luke Burnett 06, 07, 08 Blake Burns 04 Ronnie Burns 68, 69, 70 C.J. Butera 45

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Josh Calhoun 96, 97 Mgr. Craig Campbell 85, 87 Scott Campbell 90, 91 John Cardaro 63 Lonnie Carlisle 58, 59, 60 R.E. Carpenter 44 Ben Carrol 48, 49, 50 C.B. Carter 45 Jason Carter 97 Jim Case 79, 80, 81, 82 John Cassibry 69, 70, 71, 72 Reggie Cassibry 65, 66, 67, 68 Nick Cauley 01, 02 Brett Caulfield 95, 96 H.C. Chancellor 44 J.A. Charon 45 Brad Chedister 03, 04 Orville Chism 45 Gary Chitwood 88, 89 Marcus Clapp 00, 01 David Clary 85 Jamelle Clements 09, 10 Don Clinton 86, 87 Adam Cobb 05, 06, 07, 08 Kevin Cobb 91 Ronnie Coil 56 David Cole 99 Frank Colston 85, 86 Melvin Colvin 54, 55, 56, 57 Matt Combs 07, 08, 09 George Cook 87, 88 Mgr. Richard Corbello 68, 69, 70, 71 John Cordaro 61, 62 Martie Cordaro (Honorary) 98 F.T. Cordell 45 Jason Corley 95, 96, 97, 98 Bunk Coronado 09 Doug Courtney 84 Chris Cowles 02 Billy Cox 82 Sam Cox 51, 52 Charles Crabtree 52, 53 Jim Craig 99 Gary Crawford 68, 69, 70, 71 Ralph Cross 56

R.S. Cruickshank 44

D

Devon Dageford 09, 10 David Dark 91, 92 Chad Darnell 99 Ricky Davis 84 Steve Davison 86, 87, 88, 89 Anthony Daye 86, 87, 88 Jeff DeAlejandro 06, 07 Jeff deBautte 90 Randy DeBruhl 90 Tony DeCastro 92 Paul Delacroix 47, 49 Joe Dennis 74 Mgr. Mark DeRolf 80 Robby Devinney 02 Justin Dewett 03 Dean Dick 69, 70, 71, 72 Pearce Didier 42, 46, 47 Adam Dodson 02, 03 Henry Donald 82, 83, 84, 85 Mark Doubleday 95, 96 Calvin Douglas 49, 50 Caleb Dudley 10 Bart Dugdale 01, 02, 04 Bill Duncan 64, 65, 66, 67 Danny Dunigan 89 Larry Dunn 94, 95 Michael Duperron 00 Don Durr 60 Tommy Durrett 77, 78, 79 Richard Dzingel 82

E

Greg Eason 77 Eric Emfinger 03 David Erickson- 76, 77, 78, 79 Kenny Estep 97 Clint Ewing 08, 09, 10

F

Benn Fairbanks 10 Jimmy Faircloth 85, 86, 87 Randal Fallin 64, 65, 66, 67 James Farrar 50, 51, 52 Joe Farrar- 53 George Ferrington 51, 52, 53 Chuck Finley 81 Tim Flournoy 84 Rene' Fonte 83, 84 Dan Forer 79, 80 Joey Ford 10 Dick Foster 50 Troy Fowlkes 92, 93 Mike Franko 00 Danny Fraraccio 91, 92 Josh Frisby 98 Charles Fuller 60, 61, 62 Gary Fuller 78 Mark Fuller 70, 71 Mike Funk 94, 95

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Roger Galatas 55 Michael Galvan 87, 88 Dennon Garner 46, 47 James Garner 41 Greg Garrett 91, 92 George Garrett 60, 61, 62, 63 Charles Garris 58, 59, 60 Eric Gashel 98, 99, 00, 01 Jerell Gates 65 Jerry Gill 71, 72, 73 Johnny Giordano 80, 81, 82 C.J. Girthens 45 Matt Glasscock 06 Justin Gordey 09, 10 Albie Goulder 05, 06, 07, 08 Jerry Goza 97, 98 Travis Granberry 05

Andrew Green 00 Nick Green 01 Pat Greene 84 Matt Greer 98 Dan Gressett 99, 00 Bubba Griffin 97 Dustin Griggs 04 Bo Grimes 98, 99, 00, 01 Nick Grunenwald 06, 07, 08, 09 Greg Guidry 95, 96 Marty Guillory 98 Kenny Guillot 85, 86, 87 Ricky Guillot 03, 04 Paul Gunsallus- 89, 91, 92, 93 Lee Gwaltney 01, 02

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Ben Haddox 02, 03 Mike Hall 02 Patrick Hall 94, 95, 96, 97 Greg Hamilton 71, 72, 73, 74 James Hamilton 40 Ryan Hamilton 05, 06 Gene Hammer 50 Steven Hampton 98 Jay Hancock 92, 93, 94 Lee Hanta 88, 89 Joe Harris 94, 95, 96 Mark Harris 90, 91, 92, 93 Steve Harris 83, 84, 85, 86 Jimmy Harrison 49, 50 Bubba Harrist 89 Aron Hastings 97 Wes Hawkins 91, 92, 93 John Hay 67 Randy Hay 68 Brandon Haygood 02, 03, 04, 05 Larry Haynes 60 Richard Heard 05 Austin Hedges 10 Clint Helms 08 Keith Henry 96 Thomas Herrin 48 Chris Herron 03, 04 LeRoy Hewette 41, 42 Phillip Hiatt 90 Ben Hickman 98, 99 Van Hicks 46, 47 Berry Hinton 48 Billy Hinton 40, 41 Dick Hinton 54, 55 Mike Hinton 95, 96 Rosiac Holcomb 62 Gary Holik 05 Buck Hollis 47 John Hollis 42 Cecil Holman 72 Dale Holman 77, 78, 79 Eddie Holman 71, 73, 74 R.A. Holstead 48, 49 Lowell Hord 50 Scott Horrigan 97, 98 Rennie Howard 64, 65, 66, 67 Rodney Howard 72, 73, 74, 75 Jay Howell 97, 98, 99 Kevin Howland -94, 95 Rickey Huckabay 64, 65, 66, 67 Brandon Hudson 05, 06, 07 Johnny Hudson 60 Ashton Hughes 09, 10 Jim Hughes 82, 83 Joe Hughes 88 Robert Humble 52 Kyle Humphreys 02, 03 Clyde Hunt 54, 56, 57 Mack Hunt 60, 61 Richard Hunter 89, 90, 91, 92 Ryan Hurst 96 David Huska 62

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Fraser Inouye 00 Gabe Ishee 95

J

Dean Jackson 96 Ryan Jackson 02, 03 Jim Jagnow 83, 84 Randy Jamar 78, 79, 80 B. Jarman 46, 47 Mike Jeffcoat 78, 79, 80 Mike Jefferson 09, 10 Barry Johnson 74, 75, 76, 77 Lee Johnson 98 Casey Jones 08, 09, 10 Charlie Jones 91, 92, 93, 94 Chesley Jones 46, 47, 48 Courtney Jones 07 Gary Jones 70, 71, 72, 73 Jericho Jones 06, 07, 08 Lee Jones 88 Eddie Joyce 55, 56, 57 Kenny Joyner 76, 77, 78, 79 Chris Juneau 07, 08

K

Greg Kahmann 90, 91 Michael Kane 77, 78 Austin Kattenbraker 83 R.A. Kaufman 45 Corey Kelley 95 R.E. Kelley 44 Ryan Kelly 97 Frank Kellner 88, 89 Chip Kendall 91, 92 Chris Kersten 06, 07, 08, 09 Jay Kibbe 77, 78, 79 Gary King 95 Adam Kirkendall 00, 01, 02, 03 Tuan Knight 93, 94 Alan Knotts 05, 06, 07, 08 B.J. Knotts 44 Jim Knotts 56, 57 Steve Kordisch 72, 73, 74 Edwin Koss 67 Robert Kranz 74, 75 Andy Kroll 83 Tom Krupa 81, 82 Doyline Kyle 55, 56

L

Paul Labenne 61, 62, 63, 64 Lane LaBorde 01 Matt Lacy 02, 04, 05, 06 Steve Lacy 73, 74, 75 D.D. Lahey 45 Billy Laird 63, 64, 65 Gil Laird 04, 05 Jared Lamothe 02, 03, 04 Robert J. Lancaster 40, 41 Scott Landon 81, 82 Wendell Lario 61 Andrew Lassere 05, 06, 07, 08 Tony Lawrence 95, 96, 97 Richie LeBlanc 85, 86, 87 Mike LeBreton 08, 09, 10 Chris LeBrun 86, 87, 88 Mgr. David Lee 62, 63, 64 Robert E. Lee 55 Keith Lefell 70 Curtis Lewis 90 Mgr. Marion Lewis 59 Marvin Lewis 95, 96 Max Lewis 61, 62 Ray Lewis 98 Randall Lilley 04 Larry Little 98, SID Ronnie Lloyd 64 Jon Lockwood 03 Gerald Lomastro 80, 81 Brandon Long 94, 95


David Long 99 John Long 49, 50, 51 Allen Lopez 92, 93 Aaron Lorio 05, 06, 07, 08 Wendel Loris 62 Pepes Louis 49, 50 Brody Love 04, 05 Jerry Lovell 53 Aaron Lowe 99 Chris Loy 94, 95, 96, 97

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Buddy Napper 42 Marshall Napper 74, 75, 76

O

Robert Ogle 99, 00 Jim Opel 61, 62, 63 Desmond O’Quine 99 Glen Ortega 87, 88, 89, 90 Doug Ortman 84, 85, 86 Jim Orton 58, 59 Daniel Otts 40, 41 Andy Overholser 90, 91 Thomas Owens 83

P

James Pace 49, 50 Alvin Parker 59, 60, 61, 62 Jason Parker 95 Newell Parker 64 Tim Parker 86 Mgr. George Parsons 51, 52 Cole Patterson 92, 93, 94 Gary Patterson 68, 69, 70, 71 Wayne Paynter 63, 64 Tyris Pendergrass 50 Jim Penton 59, 60, 61 F.C. Perkins 45 Walter Perro 46, 47 Richard Perry 69, 70 Trevor Petersen 10 Bob Petit 54 Ardis Lee Phillips 55 Kevin Pickens 84, 85, 86, 87 Jimmie Pierson 40 Bill Pittman 81, 82, 83 Jamey Plumber 86 Steve Porter 77, 78 Mike Powell 63 Taylor Powers 06 Dan Preaus 01, 02, 03 Steven Preaus 01 Drew Pregeant 93, 94, 95, 96 Charles Presley 84, 86 David Presley 97 Mgr. John Presley 86 Darren Preston 87 Jonte Price 00 John Prudhomme 42 Phil Puckett 58 Jeff Putfark 91, 92, 93, 94 Chris Pyle 95 Mgr.

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Amos Ramon 05, 06 Arnold Ramsey 63, 64 Bill Randolf 51, 52, 53 Nick Rath 01, 02, 03 Jeff Ray 93, 94 Danny Reed 89 M. Reed 46 Aldin Reeves 65, 66 Marion Reeves 59 Kevin Reinhart 76 Willie Reise 65 Danny Rembert 67, 68, 69, 70 Alex Richard 07, 08 Jeff Richardson 85, 86 Jeff Richey 92 Rusty Rightmire 81 Brian Rike 05, 06, 07 Richard Rivich 82, 83, 84, 85 Jason Roberson 97, 98, 00, 01 Edd Roberts 41 Douglas Robertson 55, 56, 57 Scott Robertson 50, 51

Daniel Robinson 89, 90, 91, 92 Wade Robinson 00, 01, 02, 03 Ricky Rockett 76 Steve Rogers 95 Matty Rojas 85 Kyle Roliard 09, 10 Jeff Roman 00 Dennis Ronald 50 Todd Ross 88, 89 Clifford Rowe 63, 64 Ryan Rupert 05, 07

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Antonio Sabitini 02, 03, 04 H.V. Sanders 45 Scott Sanders 83, 84 Tony Sanders 01 Jason Santiago 05 Jeff Scheumack 77, 78 Rex Schimpf 78, 79, 80, 81 Jason Schneider 00, 01, 02, 03 Glen Schuler 56, 57, 58, 59 Jeff Schwaner 85, 86, 87, 88 Devin Scott 06 J.T. Scott 47 Wade Scott 56, 57, 58, 59 David Segui 87 Drew Sessions 98 Jim Sewell 61, 63 Ken Shamburg 88, 89 Derek Shaw 06, 07 Sam Sheppard 50, 51, 52, 53 Bill Sheriden 89, 90 Mgr. Bobby Shows 55, 56, 57 Cullen Simmons 99, 00, 01, 02 Eddie Simpson 86 Roger Slack 65, 66, 67, 68 Michael Slay 75 Steve Smallwood 91, 92 Aaron Smith 99 Barney Smith 52 D.G. Smith 44 Gene Smith 64, 65 K. Smith 46 Robert Smith 81, 82, 83, 84 Toby Smith 49, 50 Tom Smith 48, 49, 50 Wayne Smith 68 Billy Sneed 63, 64 Brandy Snipp 84 Tommy Soileau 96 Mgr. Shawn Sonnier 97, 98 Steve Soper 04 T.J. Soto 97, 98, 99, 00 Kyle Spanger 03, 04 Roger Stalling 73, 74, 75, 76 Jordan Stanley 85 Jeb Stefan 09 Jon Pat Stephenson 64 George Stone 65, 66 Jesse Storts 52, 53, 54, 55 Lynn Stroud 64 Clint Stubbs 08, 09, 10 Chad Sweitzer 93, 94 Doug Swenson 76

T

Ben Tabor 03, 04, 05, 06 Bill Tally 52 Billy Tanksley 95, 96, 97 Barry Taylor 86 Billy Taylor 83, 84, 85, 86 Frank Taylor 41, 42 Jim Taylor 73 Sean Teague 92, 93 Taylor Terrasas 10 Dylan Thaxton 00 Glenn Theis 66, 67, 68, 69 Keith Thibodeaux 77, 78, 79, 80 Art Thigpen 68, 69, 70, 71

Drew Thomas 06, 07, 08, 10 Patrick Thomas 06, 07, 08, 09 Clyde Thompson 56, 57, 58, 59 Mark Threlkeld 09, 10 Billy Till 53, 54, 57 James Tinsley 40, 41 Tyson Toal 03 Roland Tollett 91, 92 I.J. Towns 45 Dudley Trigg 56 Art Troncosa 65 Curtis Tubbs 57 Jay Tucker 79, 80 Mitch Tucker 02, 03, 04, 05 James Tuggle 80, 81, 82, 83 Frank Turk 79, 80, 81 Larry Turpin 75, 76 Fred Tyler 50 Tim Tyler 40

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Mark Uberecken 99 Darin Uptigrove 01, 02

V

Jerry Valentine 65 Robert Van Vuren 83, 84 Toby Van Zile 90 Matt Varner 03 Robert Vavrik 87, 89, 90 Ken Vicknair 79, 80, 81, 82

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Will Wade 04 Don Walker 54 Jeff Walker 03, 04 Johnny Walker 75, 76, 77, 78 L. Edwards Walker 64, 65, 66, 67 Joe Walsh 40 David Walton 72, 73, 74, 75 Ed Watson 65, 66, 67, 68 Cody Watts 09, 10 Chester Wayuki 41 J.G. Webb 44 Paul Wedel 63 J.H. Wetzol 44 John Whalen 98, 99, 00, 02 Willie Wheeler 98 Corey White 10 J.F. White Jr. 54, 55, 56 Brad Wiggins 81, 82 Alex Williams 09, 10 Brad Williams 95 Bill Williams 51, 52, 53, 54 Willie Williams 60, 61, 62 Phil Willingham 73, 74, 75, 76 Jason Wilkins 96, 97 Roe Wilkinson 97 Mgr. Jack Wilson 57, 58 Preston Wilson 86, 87, 88 Dennis Winn 07 Kevin Winn 06, 07, 08, 09 Stevephen Winters 04 C. Wojecki 46 Jody Wood 02, 03 Jack Woodard 51 George Woodson 61, 62, 63, 64 Scot Worthington 83 Ronnie Wright 81, 82

Y

Mike Yanof 92, 93 Chad Yates 96, 98 Jonathan Yerby 05 Robert Young 41

Z

Joe Zaffatter 60, 61 Bold denotes current member of the 35-man roster

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LETTERWINNERS

Scott Madden 90 Vince Madonna 47 Gregg Magistri 84, 85 Mike Magner 84 Mgr. Bart Malone 79, 80, 81, 82 Mgr. Billy Don Maples 65, 66 Dale Mares 90, 91, 92 Robert Marris 65, 66, 67 Kevin Marshall 02 J.B. Martin 66, 67, 68, 69 Michael Martin 87, 88, 89, 90 Ronald Martin 74, 75, 76, 77 Don Mathews 78, 79 Marcus Matte 78, 79 Jason Matthews 96 Jack Maxey 52 Patrick Maxwell 07 Trey Maxwell 94 Richard McAlister 72, 73, 74, 75 Joseph McCarthy 05, 06 Brad McCarty 00 Don Ed McCullin 54 Todd McDornell 42 Travis McElroy 99, 00 Fred McGaha 69, 70, 71, 72 Kevin McGehee 88, 89, 90 Randy McGilberry 73, 74, 75 Dusty McHale 04 Mitch McIlwain 95, 96, 97, 98 Sam McIntyre 91, 92 John McKenzie 99, 01 Pat McLane 52, 53, 54, 55 Howard McMahan 91, 92 Ronnie McNabb 61, 62, 63, 64 Matt McNeely 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, Mgr. Tim Meadows 00, 01 R.E. Means 45 Jeremy Mears 90 Pat Meeks 84 Ronnie Melton 71, 72, 73, 74 Philip Menou 10 Jesse Mercer Jr. 55, 56, 57, 58 J.W. Mercer 57, 58, 59, 60 Ora Merriot 40, 41 Gareth Methvin 58, 59 Richard Metz 67, 68, 69, 70 Clayton Meyer 05 Graham Meyers 09, 10 Freddie Michael 40, 41 Richard Mika 82, 83 B.K. Miller 58, 59, 60 Jeffrey Miller 87, 88 Matt Miller 97, 98 Jonathan Mire 07, 08, 09, 10 Billy Mitchell 63 Billy Mitchell 69, 70, 71 Craig Montgomery 00, 01 Charlie Montoyo 85, 86, 87 Clyde Moore 68, 69, 70 Pat Moore 85, 87 Sam Moore 83, 84, 85, 86 Jack Moreland 58, 59, 60 Dylan Moseley 06, 07, 08, 09 Mike Murray 86 Brian Myrow 98, 99

Art Neimann 80, 81 Ryan Nelson 96 Josh Newton 98, 99 N.K. Nitmer 45 Chester Nojicki 42 Robert Nolan 51, 52 Bill Norwood 71, 72, 73, 74 Pat Nucks 40


TV/Radio Roster

2 Ryan Gebhardt INF • R/R • FR Monroe, La.

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Philip Menou

INF • L/R • SO Lake Charles, La.

22 Josh Barrett

3 Joey Ford

INF/OF • R/R • SR Bossier City, La.

12 Tyler Qualls

C • L/R • FR Jackson, Mo.

23 Trevor Petersen

RHP • R/R • SR Spring, Texas

RHP • R/R • SO Hallsville, Texas

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Jeb Stefan

RHP • R/R • RS SO Lafayette, La.

39 Taylor Burch

OF • R/R • FR Monroe, La.

Mike Jefferson

LHP • L/L • RS JR Cincinnati, Ohio

44 Alex Williams INF • L/R • JR Vick, La.

4 Dan Breazeale

5 Caleb Dudley

RHP • S/R • RS SO Alexandria, La.

RHP • R/R • SO Texarkana, Texas

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Jamie Gilley

RHP • R/R • JR Benton, La.

24 Sam Landis

RHP/C • R/R • RS FR Spring, Texas

33 Will Alvis

RHP/OF • R/R • SR Jasper, Texas

47 Graham Meyers

RHP • R/R • RS JR Monroe, La.

Austin Hedges

INF • R/R • RS SO Shreveport, La.

26 Mark Threlkeld

INF • R/R • JR San Bernardino, Calif.

34 Clint Ewing

C • R/R • SR Shreveport, La.

13 Wade Simoneaux Head Coach

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Ashton Hughes

Taylor Terrasas

INF • L/R • JR Monroe, La.

INF • R/R •SO Santa Fe, Texas

17 Mike LeBreton

LHP • L/L • SR New Orleans, La.

19 Beau Bayliss

RHP/INF • R/R • FR Marshall, Texas

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Bronson Gillam

Corey White

RHP/INF • S/R • FR Bossier City, La.

35 Chris Sadberry

25 Brian Rountree Assistant Coach

OF • R/R • RS JR Bossier City, La.

20 Sam Alvis

Colby Johnson

RHP/OF • L/R • FR Ruston, La.

21 Kyle Roliard

LHP/OF • R/L • FR Jasper, Texas

LHP/OF • L/L • JR Spring, Texas

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Brent Fletcher

Cole Gilmore

RHP • R/R • FR Red Oak, Texas

INF/OF • R/R • FR Broomfield, Colo.

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Ben Carlisle

RHP • R/R • FR Destrehan, La.

LHP • L/L • RS FR Shreveport, La.

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Fran Andermann

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Justin Gordey

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OF • R/R • SO West Monroe, La.

Marc Picciola

LHP • L/L • FR Holliday, Texas

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Assistant Coach

Brent Porche

Volunteer Assistant

Jacob Derouen C • R/R • FR Lafayette, La.

Dr. David Szymanski Strength & Conditioning Coach


ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS A number of student-athletes attend Louisiana Tech as a result of endowed athletic scholarships, which have been established as a means of supporting intercollegiate athletics. Tech athletics would like to thank and recognize the following individuals who have established scholarships to benefit athletics or

Shannon Babineaux

Leon Barmore

Leamon Best

in whose honor or memory a scholarship has been established. The financial boost provided by these endowed scholarships is critical to maintaining a successful athletics program.

Terry Bradshaw

Dr. Billy Bundrick

John Cassibry

Tommy Joe Eagles

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Hoss Garrett

Robert “Bob” May

Jim Rivers

Robert Hayes, Jr.

Mrs. Jeanette Hinckley

Justin Hinckley

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell

Maxie Lambright

Karl Malone

Virginia Lomax William Ardis Marbury Marbury, Jr. Football Scholarship

James Robert Michael

Jimmy Mize

Jackie Moreland

Pat Patterson

Matt Stover

W.H. “Eva” Talbot

Mrs. Leu Wilder

Dr. William M. Wilder

Mike Sorenson

Wayne Smith

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Special thanks to these premier-level LTAC members who through their generous support elevate Tech Athletics.

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Charter

Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Byrd Jr.

Don and Kay Baxter

Glenn and Kitty Murphy

John and JoAnn Allen

Dr. and Mrs. Warren A. Daniel Jr.

Blessey Marine Services, Inc.

Randall and Jan Murphy

Davison Petroleum Supply, LLC

First Guaranty Bank

Ken and Susan Caldwell

Dr. and Mrs. C. Lawrence Neal

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Fowler

Mr. Russell A. Friedrich and Dr.

Mrs. Juel M. Chappell

Northern Louisiana Medical Center

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin T. Green Jr.

Marsha Friedrich

Tommy and Connie Cline

Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Orr

Nathan and Alicia Hendricks

Dr. and Mrs. James D. Green

Mr. and Mrs. Carrol W. Cochran

Wayne and Glenda Parker

Justin and Jeanette Hinckley

Mr. Jerry L. Hudson

Mr. and Mrs. Nolan B. Coleman

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Patterson

Bob and Lesley James

James Services LLC

John and Margaret Collins

John and Stacee Priddy

Mrs. Geraldine Y. Lambright

Curt and Sally Joiner

Mr. C. James Cooper

Mr. Robert N. Renicker

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Love III

Kalamazoo Community Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Cowan

David and Emily Rentrop

Karl and Kay Malone

Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. “Gene” Land

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Coyle

Republic Services

Mr. Matthew A. Massey

Rusty and Danna Mabry

Travis and Kitty DeFreese

Mr. and Mrs. Colin K. Ringle

Dave and Jane Matthiesen

Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKinney

Roy and Happi Dowling

Doug and Susan Rogers

Mr. Johnny Maxwell

Mr. David C. O’Neal

Sonny and Kate Dykes

Ruston Lincoln Convention and Visi-

Dr. Douglas L. McGuire

Parkman’s Painting

Brennan and Rhonda Easley

tor’s Bureau

Lomax and Misty Napper

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Phillips

Don and Margaret Faust

Mr. and Mrs. O. Leo Sanford

Phillip and Melanie Parker

Michael and Kelly Quarles

Wayne and Carolyn Fleming

Chris and Laurie Anne Scott

Ms. Deborah D. Rivers

Chris and Anne Richardson

Mrs. Mary M. Green

Mickey and Patty Slaughter

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shealy

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. “Skip” Russell, III

Dr. and Mrs. Leslie K. Guice

Drs. Tommy and Nancy Smith

Mr. Richard H. Shirley Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Sanderlin

Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Hale Jr.

Mr. Patrick J. Spell

Tom and Gayle Singletary

Mr. Steven B. Smallwood

Mr. Gregory G. Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Stout Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Manco L. Snapp Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy M. Harrison

Mr. Joel G. Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Spruell

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Terrill

Jeff and Pam Hawley

Mr. and Mrs. J. Jack Thigpen Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. “Bud” Storer

Mr. Steven M. Thurmon

Hercules Transport, Inc.

Mr. Joel T. Trammell

Dr. and Mrs. F. Jay Taylor

Dr. and Mrs. Simeon H. Wall

Ms. Roberta G. Hinton

Bruce and Debbie Van De Velde

Larry and Gail Hobbs

Mr. Todd P. Viator

Mr. Charles G. Tullis Perry and Ellen Watson

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Mayor and Mrs. Dan Hollingsworth

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Wilson

Dr. and Mrs. William M. Wilder

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Aillet

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hoogland

Mr. Thomas B. Wilson Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Youngblood

Joe and Candee Anderson

Mrs. Melba J. Jones

Mr. Jack E. Armstrong

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kilpatrick

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Charles and Carolyn Ashley

Mrs. Faye W. Miller

D. J. and Sandy Allen

Mr. William C. Bailey Jr.

Drake and Ann Marie Mills

Mike and Kimberly Biondo

Mr. John B. Barr

Greg and Grady Morrison

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George & Jean Baldwin

Jim & Dana Bernhard

Terry Bradshaw

Dr. William Bundrick

James Davison

Steve Davison

Todd Davison

Terry & Donna Ewing

Hunt, Guillot & Associates, LLC

Dr. R. Guthrie Jarrell

JPS Equipment/ Volvo Rents

Mike McCallister

Billy & Millicent McConnell

Lucius & Mildred McGehee

Dan & Linda Reneau

John Rogers

Matt Stover

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There’s a lot to look forward to at Louisiana Tech, as university President Dan Reneau knows well. The university is growing with the increased enrollment of students and the construction of new facilities. Under Reneau’s leadership, the university is on track in its long-term Tech 2020 goal, a strategy to ensure the university stays in tune with academic, economic, and research trends in the state, region, and nation. “The transformation of higher education in Louisiana is taking place before our eyes,” Reneau said. “The faculty and staff of Louisiana Tech have chosen to use this transformation as an opportunity to strengthen their institution through a collective and progressive recruitment and retention effort.” The university has continually thrived with Reneau at the helm in a variety of areas, including: * New construction and renovation of buildings. Currently, the first buildings of Tech’s Enterprise Campus are being constructed, and renovations include the expansion of the Maxie Lambright Intramural Center, the Technology Transfer Center and the Visual Arts Center. The $20 million Quest for Excellence initiative was also announced in Summer 2010, and plans are in the works for the construction of a 90,000-plus square-foot multipurpose facility in the south end zone of Joe Aillet Stadium. The new facility will benefit all student athletes and will include a state-of-the-art sports medicine facility, a new strength and conditioning complex and a new academic center. * All-time high average ACT score of entering freshmen. The average ACT score of beginning freshmen increased from 22.5 in the fall of 2004 to 23.5 in the fall of 2009. * Received national accolades. The university was ranked among the nation’s best colleges and universities and moved up to a Tier 3 ranking by U.S. News and World Report’s 2010 Best Colleges publication. In addition, Louisiana Tech achieved the state’s highest ranking among public colleges and universities, according to Washington Monthly’s 2009 College Rankings. * Performance-based Funding. Tech fared better than all Louisiana public universities for performance-based funding. * National bookstore chain comes to campus. Barnes & Noble bought out the bookstore and will offer more book selections with plans to expand in three to five years. * Increased enrollment recognized. In Fall 2009, Louisiana Tech’s total enrollment stood at 11,289 students, which represents an addition of 339 students, an increase of 3.1 percent. Reneau is leaving a lasting legacy with Louisiana Tech, especially with the engineering program. Reneau graduated with his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Tech in 1963 and received his master’s in the same subject in 1964. He received his Ph.D. in 1966 from Clemson University. Reneau became a faculty member at Tech in 1967 as an assistant professor of chemical engineering and made his way up the ladder to associate professor in 1969 and a full professor in 1973. Reneau’s professional experience includes serving as a research engineer for both Esso and Humble oil companies and as a consultant for five other corporations and universities. Reneau also has studied abroad at Johannes Gutenburg University in Mainz, West Germany, as an Alexander-von-Humbolt Stiftung visiting professor and also to England at Cambridge and Bristol universities as a visiting professor. At Tech, Reneau established the biomedical engineering department and was named its head in 1972. The department became the fifth accredited department for its undergraduate curriculum in the United States, and the doctoral program was awarded a commendation of excellence by the Board of Regents. In 1980, Reneau was promoted to vice president for academic affairs, serving as the chief academic officer to some 400 faculty in six colleges and three professional schools with more than 160 different degree programs. During his tenure as vice president, every major program became accredited, and he was also instrumental in

establishing the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science. Reneau was selected as the university’s 13th president Feb. 20, 1987, and the public endorsed their new president before the decision was even made. The university paper, The Tech Talk, issued a rare endorsement for the Tech alumnus; the Student Government Association supported his selection through a resolution sent to Baton Rouge; many faculty members circulated a petition for his appointment; and even the Faculty Senate gave Reneau a stamp of approval. When hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated the Louisiana coast in 2005, under Reneau’s leadership, Tech welcomed hundreds of evacuees and offered them shelter in Caruthers Residence Hall. Tech also opened its doors to students from various universities in New Orleans as well as the Tulane University football team. Tech continues to flourish under Reneau’s leadership. In 2007, the university and its president received a glowing review from a team led by national educational consultant James Fisher. Tech’s graduate programs continue to prosper, as well. A total of ten doctoral degrees are now available at Tech, including a new doctoral program in industrial and organizational psychology that began in 2009. In 2007, Tech produced the first graduate in the world who holds a bachelor’s degree in nanosystems engineering. Last year, Tech reported a record graduate student enrollment with graduate enrollment totaling 2,530, an increase of 9.3 percent. As Tech holds strong to its 2020 goal, progress is echoed by research, such as a study conducted by the Applied Research Technology Corporation of Baton Rouge. The study shows that Louisiana Tech students have an annual statewide spending impact of $145 million and contribute over 56 hours of volunteerism per student, per year. Over the past 10 years, 65 percent of Tech’s graduates have stayed in Louisiana with total earnings of nearly $1 billion. “One of Louisiana Tech’s greatest strengths has always been the quality of its students,” Reneau said. “Their success, both during and after college, will impact not only the future of our university, but also the future of our region and our state. As a campus community, we have a responsibility to do everything we can to continue recruiting, educating and graduating the next generation of Louisiana’s leaders.” Reneau, a native of Woodville, Miss., was born June 11, 1940. He started as a student at Tech in 1959 and met his wife, the former Linda Digby, of Bernice, while a student at Tech. Reneau and his wife have two children, John and Dana, who are both Tech alumni as well. John lives in Las Vegas, and Dana lives in Baton Rouge with her husband, Jim Bernhard, and their two sons, Michael and Ben.

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BRUCE

VAN DE VELDE

Athletics Director and the women’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams won both the 2009 and 2010 league titles. The University’s student-athletes have also seen success in the classroom since his arrival on campus as this past year saw eight of the 16 program’s record their highest multi-year APR ever and seven record their highest single-year APR ever. During the 2009-10 season, Tech saw 94 student-athletes earn Academic all-WAC honors for their work in the classrooms while senior sprinter Antoinette Cobb earned the Honda Inspiration Award for her work both on the track and in the classroom while overcoming a battle with cancer. Van De Velde came to Tech with impressive credentials, having served as an administrator in intercollegiate athletics for over 20 years. Van De Velde served as athletics director at Iowa State University and Utah State University and as a senior administrator at the University of Oklahoma, University of Missouri and Kansas State University. Van De Velde’s tenure at Iowa State University included an unprecedented five bowl appearances in six years and the highest national AP football poll ranking (9th) in school history. Iowa State’s 2001 average football attendance of 45,172 reached its highest watermark in 18 years. In 2002 and 2003, total football attendance exceeded 300,000; the most at ISU in two decades. The emergence of the Cyclone football program on a national stage with Van De Velde at the department helm was affirmed in 2002 when Iowa State was chosen to play No. 1 Florida State University in the Eddie Robinson Classic. During Van De Velde’s tenure at Iowa State, the men’s and women’s basketball teams won Big XII conference championships and participated in the 2001, 2002 and 2005 NCAA basketball tournaments. Van De Velde, with a track record for generating revenue, increased the total annual operating revenues for the Cyclone athletic department from $19.6 million to $30 million dollars over a five year period. Revenue generated from fundraising, ticket sales, marketing and corporate sponsorships, licensing, radio and television reached all-time highs during his tenure. In 2005, total fundraising increased from $4.85 million to $8.6 million and the annual giving achieved the highest membership total in its history with more than 5,500 donors participating and a record $4 million dollars in annual contributions. Under Van De Velde’s leadership, over 2,000 new donors joined the National Cyclone Club. Including capital project gifts, scholarship endowments and annual contributions, over $40 million dollars was raised from 2001 through 2005. Iowa State’s graduation rate of 89 percent for student-athletes who complete their eligibility was second in the Big XII Conference,

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Bruce Van De Velde was named Louisiana Tech’s athletics director in February of 2010 by Louisiana Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau. “Bruce is well qualified by national standards to fill the position of athletics director at Louisiana Tech,” Reneau said. “I feel that we made an excellent choice in selecting him to lead Tech athletics to national prominence and to serve the needs of our student-athletes.” Van De Velde, who joined the University in June of 2008 as deputy athletics director and chief operating officer, took over full leadership of a department that fields 16 NCAA Division I sanctioned programs, including nine women’s and seven men’s sports, that compete in the highly-competitive Western Athletic Conference. “It is an honor to be named as the director of athletics at Louisiana Tech University,” Van De Velde said. “I look forward to serving our student-athletes, faculty, staff, alumni and fans. Our vision is to build a program to a level where we can be associated with universities that aspire to academic and athletic excellence at the highest level. “This goal is consistent with the vision President Reneau has established for the University which is to become north Louisiana’s premier national research university. In order to accomplish this vision we must engage all of our 80,000 alumni, fans and supporters and ask them for their participation. It takes resources to achieve our goal, and we need every one to support the program.” During his tenure Van De Velde has been instrumental in a number of accomplishments that have helped further the advancement of the University’s athletic department, including: • Developed, negotiated and implemented $6.75 million multi-media and marketing rights agreement with Learfield Communications. Contract more than doubled revenue derived from corporate sponsorships and created state-wide radio network for Louisiana Tech athletics. Negotiated purchase of $1.6 million Daktronics large screen high-definition video board for Joe Aillet Stadium. • Upgraded ticket operations by negotiating new contract with Ticketmaster. Improved customer service, marketing and communication efforts. Developed e-commerce capabilities by implementing on-line ticketing. Established new record for football season ticket sales. Sold allotment of 12,000 Independence Bowl tickets. • Reorganized annual giving program doubling the number of donors and increased total annual contributions to the program by 75 percent. Developed marketing efforts to strengthen outreach and established an agenda for growth. Implemented new giving plan for 1,150 new chair-back seats for football. • Led a national search in January of 2010 to hire head football coach Sonny Dykes from the University of Arizona. Was instrumental in hiring head women’s basketball coach in Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame member Teresa Weatherspoon. • In 2010, the Louisiana Tech athletic department earned the PRISM Award for excellence in athletics management under Van De Velde’s leadership. • Organized a $20 million fund raising campaign for Louisiana Tech athletics “Quest for Excellence.” Oversaw the development of the design of a new $20 million athletic sports complex. Tech has also seen plenty of success on the fields and courts since Van De Velde’s arrival at Tech as the Bulldog football team captured its first bowl victory in more than 30 years with the 2008 Independence Bowl title. The Lady Techster basketball team won the 2009 regular season Western Athletic Conference title and the 2010 WAC Tournament title,


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and graduation rates for minority student-athletes more than tripled during Van De Velde’s tenure. In 2004-05, Iowa State was one of eight universities nationally to have its football team win a bowl game and have its men and women’s basketball teams participate in the NCAA tournament. The Sporting News in 2001 rated Iowa State as the seventh best athletic program among more than 115 NCAA Division I-A programs nationally. The ranking considered competitive success, graduation rates, fan support and NCAA compliance to determine national rank. During his time as athletic director at Utah State University, Van De Velde made his mark by hiring Stew Morrill as the head men’s basketball coach. Morrill has guided Utah State to nine straight postseason tournaments and is the winningest coach in the history of the Utah State program. While serving as the associate athletic director for football operations under head coach Bill Snyder at Kansas State University, Van De Velde was part of the resurrection of Wildcat football in Manhattan as the program became a national power participating in five bowl games. Van De Velde was recipient of the Admiral U.S. Grant Sharp Award at the 1997 Holiday Bowl for his contributions to the Kansas State football team when the nationally ranked Wildcats finished with a 10-2 record. As the senior associate athletic for external affairs at the University of Oklahoma, Van De Velde served as the senior administrative officer for the athletic department and oversaw the areas of fundraising, marketing, corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, media relations and licensing. Van De Velde managed units that generated in excess of $35 million in annual revenues. Van De Velde directed the Campaign for Sooner Sports, a $100 million dollar capital campaign to fund facility improvements and scholarships. As associate athletic director for development at the University of Missouri, Van De Velde planned and initiated a $50 million dollar capital campaign for facility improvements for the Sports Park at MU. Van De Velde received the General Robert Neiland Award from the National Football Foundation in 2005 for his service and contributions as an athletic director. Throughout his career in college athletics, Van De Velde has served on numerous NCAA committees including the Championships and Competition Cabinet, the Football Issues Committee, the Financial Aid Committee and the Peer Review Committee for NCAA certification. He and his wife Debbie, who is a Kansas State alum and who works in the LA Tech College of Business, are the proud parents of 10-year-old daughter, Ashley who is entering the fourth grade.

MARY KAY

HUNGATE

Deputy Athletics Director/ Senior Woman Administrator Deputy Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator Mary Kay Hungate returns for her 26th year as a member of the Louisiana Tech athletics department and has proven to be an integral part in the recent emergence of the Tech teams on the playing fields and in the classroom. Not only does Hungate serve as the sports administrator for men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, softball, women’s tennis, women’s bowling and women’s volleyball, but she is also in charge of NCAA compliance for all of the university’s 16 NCAA sanctioned programs.

As one of the top two ranking administrators in the Tech athletics department, Hungate is part of a senior staff that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 the past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Hungate serves a vital role in the hiring of coaches. Hungate proved instrumental in the decision by former Tech Kodak All-American and WNBA All-Star Teresa Weatherspoon - who played for Hungate in the late-80s - to return to Louisiana Tech in June of 2008. Weatherspoon was promoted to head coach in February of 2009 where she led the Lady Techsters to the WAC regular season title and a berth in the WNIT. This past season, she led Tech to the 2010 WAC Tournament title and a return to the NCAA Tournament. She also served as the point person in the hiring process of head women’s soccer coach Kevin Sherry and head women’s volleyball coach Matt Sonnichsen. Sherry led the Lady Techster soccer team to two straight winning seasons the past two years - the first in program history - and the program’s first ever WAC victory. In only his second season at the helm, Sonnichsen, who was a three-time All-American and two-time National Champion during his playing days at UCLA, led the Lady Techsters to 15 wins - the most since 2005 - as well as a program record in WAC victories. Another of Hungate’s responsibilities includes overseeing the academic side of the Tech athletics department, another area which has improved drastically as proven by the fact LA Tech’s graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state (Federal Graduation Report), including ranking No. 1 in the state of Louisiana and the Western Athletic Conference in recent years. This past year eight of the 16 NCAA sanctioned programs at LA Tech earn their highest multi-year APR score ever while 94 studentathletes earned Academic all-WAC honors. Hungate also plays an important role in LA Tech’s NCAA Certification process. As a member of the Steering Committee and the liaison between the athletic department and the University’s Self Study Committees, she provides the information needed for the committees to write their reports. In 2006, LA Tech completed its second NCAA Certification cycle and once again was certified without conditions. Hungate joined the Louisiana Tech staff in 1985 as an assistant women’s basketball coach and remained in that role for five years. During that time, the Lady Techsters participated in four Final Fours and won the NCAA National Championship in 1988. In 1990, Hungate made a move out of coaching and became assistant athletics director for academics and compliance as well as senior woman administrator. One of Hungate’s early accomplishments as assistant director of athletics was the creation of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Academic Center program. Hungate has served terms on the NCAA Division I Academics/ Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet, the NCAA Division I Interpretations/ Legislative Review Subcommittee, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators Wade Trophy Selection Committee and as an NCAA Peer Reviewer. She has also served on the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Issues Committee since 2004. She currently serves on the Western Athletic Conference Council, the Conferences’ Legislative Review Committee, the Finance Committee and the Code Book Committee. In addition, along with Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde, she represents the athletics department as an ex-officio member of the LA Tech Athletics Council. Hungate’s professional career began as Women’s Sports Coordinator and head volleyball, head basketball and head softball coach at Illinois’ Carl Sandburg Junior College. She spent four seasons at the college where she guided the basketball team to a mark of 80-22 which included an 11th place finish in the 1976 NJCAA national tournament. In 1978 Hungate took over the head coaching position at Richwoods High School in Peoria, Ill., and quickly compiled one of the top prep coaching records in the nation. During her seven seasons at Richwoods High School, Hungate’s team ran up an impressive record of 195-13, including a state-record 63 consecutive victories. Hungate was named the National Coach of the Year by USA Today in 1985. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, Hungate amassed a career coaching record of 275-35.

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gional. Buskirk was also a key committee member for the 2008 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four hosted by UTSA.

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MALCOLM

BUTLER

Associate Athletics Director/ Media Relations Malcolm Butler begins his 12th year in the Louisiana Tech athletics department, his fourth as the associate athletic director in charge of media relations. A 1994 graduate of the Louisiana Tech journalism department, Butler joined the athletic department in July of 1999 as the assistant athletic media relations director. Butler was then promoted to the director’s position four months later and served in that capacity until the fall of 2007 when he was promoted to associate athletic director. The 40-year-old is in charge of media relations for women’s basketball, softball and men’s golf and also serves as the secondary contact for football while overseeing the daily operations for the entire department. During his time at Louisiana Tech, Butler has been instrumental in promoting numerous high-profile student-athletes such as Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Luke McCown, Minnesota Vikings running back Ryan Moats, and former WNBA Rookie of the Year Cheryl Ford. He has also worked closely with a number of highly-successful head coaches, including 4-time Hall of Famer Leon Barmore, current Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley and current Lady Techster women’s basketball coach Teresa Weatherspoon. Over the course of his tenure, Tech’s media relations department has proven to be one of the best in the state of Louisiana. Over the past nine years, members of the Tech media relations department have won a total of 28 awards at the annual Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) state SID contest -- the second most behind only LSU. During that same period of time, Butler has garnered 22 of those awards which is tied for the most among any state SID with LSU As-

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Eric Buskirk enters his fourth season as the associate athletics director for external affairs at Louisiana Tech University. Buskirk directs fundraising, corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, community relations, licensing, branding, marketing, promotions, video board productions, and the Learfield Sports partnership for Louisiana Tech athletics. Buskirk is a member of the NACMA Board of Directors, and is also an adjunct professor in the College of Business for an advanced level sports management course. Under Buskirk’s direction, Louisiana Tech’s external affairs have seen a wave of new developments, and national recognition for its accomplishments. LA Tech athletics has reached record totals in all three major revenue generating areas including fundraising, season ticket sales and corporate sponsorships. Buskirk’s external team was named the winner of the 2010 PRISM Awards for department excellence, and has been selected as the NCAA Pack the House Challenge winner three years in a row. The revenue generating advancements have been supported by the addition of multiple strategic business processes being installed. The advancements include the creation of LTAC, Team Tech 100 and the LA Tech Kids Club in the fundraising area. Ticketmaster was contracted to implement the full Archtics ticketing package, and a newly formed call center was established to support the tickets sales efforts. Under Buskirk’s first two years leading the external affairs department, corporate sponsorships tripled with a restructured sponsorship sales approach, and advancements will continue as Learfield Sports was contracted to officially operate LA Tech Sports Properties, officially beginning operations for the 2009 season. Additional upgrades include contracting Rickabaugh Graphics as a part of the rebranding of new logos, and the partnership with CBS sports as the official website provider for LA Tech athletics. The external affairs advancements have also made way for a new Daktronics state-of-the-art high definition video display scoreboard for the 2009 season. The HD-16 mm video display board will be the largest in the Western Athletic Conference. Buskirk came to Louisiana Tech after working at UTSA as the assistant athletic director for external affairs. Buskirk oversaw the external affairs areas of fundraising, marketing, corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, merchandising, trademark licensing, branding, website revenue generation, courtesy car program, promotions and spirit squad, along with being the assistant tournament manager for NCAA Championships including the NCAA Final Four. During his time at UTSA, Buskirk was recognized as one of the “Top 40 under 40” Rising Stars by the San Antonio Business Journal. Under his direction, UTSA athletics experienced a dramatic increase in its external components, including more than doubling corporate sponsorship revenue in Buskirk’s first 12 months directing the department. Buskirk was instrumental in negotiating with XOS Technologies to be the official website provider of UTSA athletics while also instituting the UTSA athletics re-branding campaign. Buskirk was heavily involved in the direction of the NCAA Championships that the City of San Antonio hosts. He was the assistant tournament manager and directed marketing efforts for the 2006 NCAA Volleyball Championship, 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball San Antonio Regional, and the 2007 NCAA Men’s Basketball South Re-

Other additions to the UTSA external department included partnerships with local media giants Clear Channel, FOX TV, and Time Warner Cable. Buskirk also instituted new creative ticket sales strategies including a telemarketing call center that dramatically increased ticket sale efforts. Prior to his time at UTSA, Buskirk served as the athletics marketing director at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, where he also served as an adjunct professor in the College of Business and Management. The Columbus, Ohio, native served as a market research analyst for the NBA’s Miami Heat before joining the Lynn staff. Buskirk earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from Ohio State and an MBA in sport management from Florida Atlantic University. During his time at Ohio State, he also worked as a coach for men’s and women’s tennis at Columbus West High School and as assistant men’s basketball coach at St. Charles Prep in Columbus. A native of Columbus, Ohio, Buskirk lettered in football, basketball, tennis and golf at West High School, where he was a teammate of Michael Redd, who starred at Ohio State and now plays for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks. Away from the office, Buskirk is an avid golfer who is always working to lower his handicap, and enjoys reading books on leadership and motivation. Buskirk’s wife Audrey is the coordinator of marketing and healthy woman advisor for the Northern Louisiana Medical Center.


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sociate Athletics Director Michael Bonnette. Butler is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 the past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. He was instrumental in the forming the partnership between Louisiana Tech and CBS College Sports in the fall of 2007 in the redesign and hosting of the athletic departments website, www.latechsports.com. The website has undergone two redesigns since the inaugural release. As part of the agreement with CBS College Sports, a new webstreaming platform - LA Tech All-Access was created - which allows fans from all over the world to watch live streams of almost all of the university’s home athletic events. In 2009-10, LA Tech All-Access streamed more than 100 live events. Butler has served as the host media coordinator for three NCAA Women’s Basketball First- and Second-Round sites hosted by Louisiana Tech (2000, 2001 and 2003) while also serving as the host media coordinator for the 2008 WAC Baseball Championships hosted by Louisiana Tech at J.C. Love Field in Ruston. In addition to his media relations responsibilities, Butler has served as the radio broadcaster for the nationally-prominent Louisiana Tech Lady Techster basketball team for the past 11 years, including the past 10 as the play-by-play announcer. During that time, he has broadcast more than 325 women’s basketball games - including 14 NCAA Tournament games. He has also broadcast in excess of 50 softball games, including four in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, and served as the color commentator on 10 Bulldog football broadcasts. Butler is also the host of Inside Tech Basketball with Teresa Weatherspoon, a 30-minute radio show. Butler implemented a fundraising campaign for his department in the fall of 2007 and over the past four years he has raised over $25,000, which has been used to purchase additional equipment, software, and other essentials. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA), United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).

MARIE

PIPES

Associate Athletics Director/ Chief Financial Officer Marie Pipes will begin her 26th year at Louisiana Tech and her third as associate athletics director - chief financial officer in the athletic department. She is responsible for the day-to-day business operations of the athletic department, including overseeing the individual budgets for 16 varsity sports, monitoring athletic funds of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Foundation, serving as liaison with the university’s business offices and supervising the athletic ticket office. Pipes is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010

Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 the past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Pipes previously served as the budget manager for the College of Engineering for six years where she had similar. She was also in the College of Liberal Arts as the dean’s assistant handling day-to-day business in the office while working with budget planning for the year. In 2002, she received the Distinctive Professional Performance and Conduct Award from the Institute of Micromanufacturing at Louisiana Tech. Pipes graduated from Louisiana Tech in 1999 with a degree in liberal arts and a minor in speech communication. She also earned her certificate in technical writing in 2007. She is a current member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA). She is also actively involved in the American Cancer Society and serves as the co-chair for the Relay for Life Survivor’s Dinner as well as on the Executive Committee for the ACS Relay for Life in Lincoln Parish.

LEAH

BEASLEY

Assistant Athletics Director/ Marketing and Game Management Leah Beasley enters her sixth year as a member of the Louisiana Tech athletics department staff, including her fifth as the assistant athletics director for marketing and game management. Some of Beasley’s responsibilities include game management supervision, coordinating the booking of many of the halftime activities for Tech home events, serving as the main liaison between the Tech athletics department and the Tech student body and faculty and staff, as well as working closely with many of the coaches for marketing ideas for their programs. During her time at Louisiana Tech, Beasley has proven her merit as she has been directly and indirectly associated with numerous department awards. Since its inception by the NCAA in 2007, Beasley has taken the lead on Louisiana Tech’s participation in the NCAA’s Pack the House Challenge - a marketing promotion geared towards increasing the awareness of women’s basketball across the country. Beasley’s creative marketing campaigns have helped LA Tech earn top spot among the Western Athletic Conference schools for three straight years, making it one of only two programs in the country to win it every time joining Hartford of the America East Conference. Her 2010 NCAA Pack the House marketing campaign of “Cage the Tigers” won the bronze award given out by NACDA for the Best Single Day Attendance Promotion. Beasley has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 the past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recog-

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nizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Beasley also served as the athletic department’s point man for Bulldogs Tackling Breast Cancer, a fundraiser started by Dr. Allison Dooley, wife of former LA Tech AD and head football coach Derek Dooley in 2007. During its three years, this fundraising campaign raised more than $50,000 for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Foundation in northeast Louisiana. She also serves on several campus and conference committees, including the WAC’s Championships Committee and Game Management Committee, and the University’s Marketing Advisory Board, Spirit Squad Committee and Traditions Committee. Beasley lettered for four years at Louisiana Tech as an outfielder on the Lady Techster softball team, earning Academic all-WAC honors every season and earning all-America Scholar Athlete awards two seasons. The Ruston native earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing in May of 2005 and her master’s degree in marketing in August 2006. She is a member of National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWA), National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA), Who’s Who Among Executives and Professional Women and the National Association of Professional Women.

LISA

Skills” seminars for student-athletes, meets with prospective recruits, and serves as faculty advisor for SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee). SAAC is a pro-active group of student-athletes communicating views or comments on WAC and NCAA rules and governance, which helps to ensure academic and athletic excellence for all student-athletes. Members of SAAC are also active in various community service projects such as hosting an annual Halloween carnival as well as serving as greeters for the annual St. Jude’s Radiothon, participating in the Big Event, and supporting the WAC’s charity of choice. Merritt oversees and reviews the advising process to ensure compliance with both university and NCAA policies and serves as a liaison between faculty and coaches, as well as speaks at “New Faculty Orientation” each fall and during the year to the University Senate. She also meets recruits and their families to describe the college experience and how it will affect the student-athlete. Merritt earned her bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics in 1991 and master’s in speech communication consultancy in 1994 both from Oklahoma State University. She and her husband taught conversational English in Kyoto, Japan, for one year before coming to Louisiana Tech. Outside of work, Merritt is a huge health and fitness buff who loves cycling (road and mountain), running and swimming. In 2002, Merritt and her husband completed the Florida Ironman Triathlon Merritt and her husband Kevin reside in Ruston and have a sixyear old daughter named Maisie and the couple are expecting their second child in December.

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Assistant Athletics Director/ Ticket Operations Zach Williams begins his second year as a member of the Louisiana Tech athletic department after joining the staff in April of 2009 as the assistant athletics director in charge of ticket operations. Williams returned to his alma mater after spending the past three years at Northwestern State where he served as the athletic ticket manager and assistant marketing director. During his first year at LA Tech, Williams led the transition of the ticket office to the Ticketmaster Archtics system, implementing their AccountManager, AccessManager, MailManager, and ticket forwarding programs to improve customer service and increase accessibility to Louisiana Tech athletic events. The improvements paid off as Williams saw an increase in ticket sales in all four revenue generating sports during the 2009-10 season. Williams has also seen the Tech Ticket Office undergo substantial renovations this summer thanks to a generous donation from a LA Tech alum. The renovations include all new furniture, new flooring, new carpet, new paint and new dividers which will only add to the day-to-day dealings with customers. During his inaugural year at Tech, Williams has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/ client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 the

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Lisa Merritt is now in her fourth year as a member of the Louisiana Tech athletics department staff serving as assistant athletics director for academics. Merritt joined the athletics department after serving for 11 years in the speech department with her husband Kevin where she has taught speech classes while serving as an academic advisor for students majoring in speech communication. Since joining the Tech athletics department, Merritt has teamed up with student success specialist Missy Farrar to help the University’s student-athletes excel in the classroom. This past year, they were instrumental in helping eight of the 16 NCAA sanctioned programs at LA Tech earn their highest multi-year APR score ever while also seeing 94 student-athletes earn Academic all-WAC honors. LA Tech’s student-athlete graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state and honors include numerous individual success stories such as sprinter Antoinette Cobb earning the 2010 Honda Inspiration Award and catcher Clint Ewing earning a spot on the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic all-American Team. Outfielder Clint Stubbs was named the outstanding speech communication student this past April. Tech’s student-athletes also show incredible diversity when it comes to majors as each of the University’s five colleges and virtually every degree program on campus boast at least one Tech studentathlete. In her current role, Merritt oversees the student-athletes’ academic progress and success while advising them regarding class schedules and degree plans, monitoring eligibility status and providing general academic guidance. Merritt also runs the athletic academic center, provides “Life


past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. While at Northwestern State, Williams earned invaluable experience as he oversaw all ticket operations for the Division I athletic department. He created, executed and promoted season ticket drives and renewals for six sports while also hiring, training and supervising all staff members for Demon athletic events. Prior to his time in Natchitoches, Williams spent more than a year as the Wildcat Athletic Association coordinator for the Louisiana College Athletics Department. Williams also spent a year at Georgia Southern, where he assisted in the compliance office. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Louisiana Tech in 2004 and his master’s degree in sport management a year later from Georgia Southern. Williams is a native of Woodworth and is married to the former Susan Strain of Alexandria, who is also a 2004 Louisiana Tech graduate. Their first son, Bennett Hardy Williams, was born on March 8, 2010.

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General Manager/ LA Tech Sports Properties Mason Ellenberger serves as general manager for “LA Tech Sports Properties”, the Ruston-based entity designed to oversee all aspects of the 10-year partnership between the University and the collegiate marketer Learfield Sports. At LA Tech, Ellenberger is responsible for spearheading all elements of the relationship between LA Tech and Learfield Sports, which was announced in late July 2008 and includes managing and selling multimedia and sponsorship rights for the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. Ellenberger is also responsible for all aspects of the LA Tech Sports Network which broadcasts over 250 Louisiana Tech game broadcasts, Daily Shows and Coach’s Shows throughout the year. In Ellenberger’s previous role as the Team Sports Marketing Manager for Alltel Wireless, he led Alltel’s strategic team sports marketing efforts in the United States. He oversaw the national promotions and activation of the sponsorship stable owned by Alltel Wireless in the US including the professional and collegiate sponsorships. During the 2009-10 athletic season, Ellenberger and his team at LA Tech Sports Properties were recognized as the #1 new growth property in the Learfield Sports portfolio. Prior to his years at Alltel, Ellenberger spent the previous thirteen years in strategic sales leadership, sports marketing and public relations roles in the telecommunications and entertainment industries. The Birmingham, Ala. native has served on numerous endowment boards and board of directors for sports and education organizations including Pagnozzi Charities and the Arkansas Aeronautical Education Center. He has been honored by White House Communications Agency for providing critical communications for the President of the Unites States and White House Staff. Ellenberger holds a BBA and MBA in Marketing both of which he graduated Summa cum Laude. Ellenberger is also an Eagle Scout and a long-time supporter of the Boy Scouts of America. He is married to the former Wanda Jackson from Mobile, Ala., and the couple has two sons, James and Hunter.

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SISEMORE

Facilities Director

In the ever-changing world of college athletics, one of Louisiana Tech’s main constants has been Tommy Sisemore. Sisemore begins his 31st year at Louisiana Tech and his 12th as director of athletic facilities. Some of Sisemore’s varied duties include serving as travel coordinator and business manager for the football team, handling all aspects of team travel, including hotel, food and travel arrangements. Sisemore also handles all the financial expenses incurred in the travel process. Sisemore is part of a administrative staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 the past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Prior to working in the athletic department, Sisemore spent 17 years working in the Louisiana Tech Physical Plant. Sisemore and his wife Stephanie, who is a Louisiana Tech graduate, are the proud parents of two daughters. Jessica is a Louisiana Tech graduate and currently working on her master’s degree while Anna-Claire is a sophomore at Louisiana Tech.

AUSTIN

STATON

Assistant Media Relations Director

Austin Staton enters his first year as media relations assistant at Louisiana Tech, serving as the primary contact for the baseball, bowling and volleyball teams. Staton joined the Louisiana Tech staff in July 2010 after spending three years as a media relations student assistant at Baylor University. While at Baylor, Staton served as the co-secondary contact for Baylor baseball and provided assistance with football, basketball (men's and women's) and tennis in his time as a student.

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In addition to working as a media relations student assistant, Staton gained valuable experience as stringer for the Waco TribuneHerald, covering high school football games in Central Texas. He also served as Baylor's Campus Correspondent for the Big 12 Conference "In Focus" series. A native of The Woodlands, Texas, Staton graduated Baylor University with a bachelor's degree in political science in 2010.

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McGUIRT

LTAC Director

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Adam McGuirt begins his fourth year with the Louisiana Tech athletics family as the Director of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC), working in the Division of University Advancement. At Louisiana Tech, McGuirt is responsible for all areas of athletic development, including donor relations and booster club administration. During his previous three years at LA Tech, McGuirt has been instrumental in helping more than double the number of LTAC members which has resulted in a large increase in private donations. McGuirt also works closely with the Alumni Association in the development and implementation of events for alumni and friends throughout the state of Louisiana and surrounding areas. McGuirt has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 the past two years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. A native of Shreveport, McGuirt graduated from Louisiana Tech in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. McGuirt is married to April, and they have three daughters, Lily, Sophie and Emily. April works as a customer service representative at First National Bank in Ruston.


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Dr. Marvin Green Alumni Rep.

Dr. Les Guice

Mary Kay Hungate

Dr. James Liberatos Chairman

Lisa Cole

Steve Davison

Bruce Van De Velde

Dr. Sean Dwyer

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell Alumni Rep.

Dr. Terry McConathy

Dr. Ken Rea

Sam Speed

Donna Thomas

Leah Beasley Assistant A.D./ Marketing

Eric Buskirk Associate A.D./ External Affairs

Malcolm Butler Associate A.D./ Media Relations

Mason Ellenburger G.M.-LA Tech Sports Properties

Missy Farrar Student Success Specialist

Adam McGuirt LTAC Director

Lisa Merritt Assistant A.D./ Academics

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Bill Graham Special Events

Brenda Milton WBB Coordinator

Lori Hamilton Asst. to A.D.

Sandra Kane Assistant Director for Compliance

Linda Lewis Media Relations Coordinator

Marshall Ticket Operations

Josh McDaniel Webmaster/Kid’s Club Director

Josh Perot Act. Exec.-LA Tech Sports Properties

Dana Pettit Accounting Technician

Marie Pipes Associate A.D./ CFO

Renee Puckett Men’s Basketball Coordinator

Tommy Sisemore Director of Facilities

Kim Tanner Facilities Coordinator

Zach Williams Assistant A.D./ Ticket Operations

Head Coaches

Jeff Parks Golf

Kerry Rupp Men’s Basketball

Wade Simoneaux Baseball

Kevin Sherry Soccer

Matt Sonnichsen Volleyball

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Sonny Dykes Football

Shawn Jackson Bowling

Gary Stanley Track & Field

Teresa Weatherspoon Women’s Basketball

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2011 Louisiana Tech Baseball Media Guide