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IOWABASE BALL TEAM INFORMATION 2016 Record....................................................................30-26 Home................................................................................16-7 Away.................................................................................7-15 Neutral................................................................................7-4 Big Ten Record/Finish..............................................12-12/t8th Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................................17/17 Starters Returning/Lost..............................................3 + DH/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost....................................................10/8 Newcomers.......................................................................... 18 Home Facility.............................................. Duane Banks Field Capacity.......................................................................... 3,000 Opened............................................................................ 1974 Dimensions...........................................329-373-395-373-329 Playing Surface......................................................... Field Turf

UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location:...........................................................Iowa City, Iowa Enrollment:................................................................... 33,334 Founded:.......................................................................... 1847 Nickname:.................................................................Hawkeyes Colors................................................................Black and Gold Conference:................................................................... Big Ten National Affiliation.......................................... NCAA, Division I President:............................................................Bruce Harreld Director of Athletics:................................................Gary Barta Baseball Secretary:............................................Kendra Wieditz Baseball Office...............................232 Carver-Hawkeye Arena ..............................................................Iowa City, Iowa 52242 ........................................................................(319) 335-9389

AUSTIN BRAMLEY

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach..............................................................Rick Heller Alma Mater/Year...........................................Upper Iowa/1986 Record at Iowa/Years..................................................101-67/3 Career Record/Years........................................... 791-632-4/29 Email.........................................rick-heller@iowabaseball.com Recruiting Coordinator..................................Marty Sutherland Alma Mater/Year......................................Northern Iowa/2002 Email.............................marty-sutherland@iowabaseball.com Pitching Coach..................................................Scott Brickman Alma Mater/Year......................................Northern Iowa/1998 Email.................................scott-brickman@iowabaseball.com Vol. Assistant Coach (Hitting Coach).......................Sean Moore Alma Mater/Year.................................University of Iowa/2015 Email......................................sean-moore@iowabaseball.com Graduate Assistant............................................Shane Schmidt Alma Mater/Year........................................Truman State/2016 Email................................. shane-schmidt@iowabaseball.com Director of Baseball Operations........................... Desi Druschel Alma Mater/Year........................................Mount Mercy/1998 Email....................................desi-druschel@iowabaseball.com JAMES ALLAN

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1...............................................................................Quick Facts 2.................................................................................. Schedule 3........................................................... 2017 Roster Breakdown 4-9........................................................... 2017 Season Outlook 10-31........................................................................Player Bios 32-35.....................................................Head Coach Rick Heller 36-37........................................Assistant Coach Scott Brickman 38-39....................................Assistant Coach Marty Sutherland 40............................Volunteer Assistant Sean Moore/Managers 41........................Director of Baseball Operations Desi Druschel 41..........................................................................Support Staff 42-44....................................... Director of Athletics Gary Barta 45......................................................................A Total Program 46............................................................................. Why Iowa? 47-49............................................................Duane Banks Field 50.................................................................... Duane Banks Era 51-52...............................................Strength and Conditioning 53.......................................................... Hawkeyes in the Media 54.....................................................................Big Ten Network 55-56.............................................................Hawkeyes in MLB 57............................................................Iowa’s MLB Draft Picks 58.......................................Scholarships/Cal Eldred Lights Fund 59-63............................................................ University of Iowa 64.......................................................... Gerdin Learning Center 65..............................................................Notable Iowa Alums 66...............................................................................Traditions 67-68........................................................ 2016 Season Review 69......................................................... Hawkeye All-Americans 70...............................................................Hawkeye Honor Roll 71, 73............................................................Individual Records 72....................................................................... Career Records 74-75........................................................Year-by-Year Leaders 76............................................................. Year-by-Year Records 77.................................................................Postseason History 78..........................................................Hawkeye Team Records 79..........................................................All-Time Series Records 80-86............................................................... All-Time Results 87.................................................Iowa City/Coralville Directory

Q U I C K FAC TS

MEDIA INFORMATION Associate SID.................................................................. James Allan Email...........................................................james-allan@uiowa.edu Cell Phone................................................................ (319) 530-5792 Athletic Communications Student Assistant..............Austin Bramley Email..................................................... austin-bramley@uiowa.edu Cell Phone................................................................ (712) 298-1705 Athletics Communications Phone................................... (319) 335-9411 Athletics Communications Fax................................. (319) 335-9417 Press Box Phone....................................................... (319) 335-9520 Website..............................................................hawkeyesports.com Twitter................................................www.twitter.com/UIBaseball Facebook.....................................www.facebook.com/iowabaseball Instagram..................................... www.instagram.com/UIBaseball

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Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 7 March 10 March 11 March 12 March 12 March 15 March 17 March 18 March 19 March 22 March 24 March 25 March 26 March 29 March 31 April 1 April 2 April 4 April 5

at South Florida at South Florida at South Florida @ vs. Alabama State @ vs. Alabama State @ vs. Morehead State ! vs. Hawai’i ! vs. Oral Roberts ! at Minnesota Northern Illinois % Villanova % Bucknell % Lehigh % Lehigh Iowa Wesleyan at Kansas State at Kansas State at Kansas State Bradley * Purdue * Purdue * Purdue Grandview College UNLV UNLV UNLV South Dakota State South Dakota State

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Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Hoover, Ala. Hoover, Ala. Hoover, Ala. Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Iowa City, Iowa Port Charlotte, Fla. Port Charlotte, Fla. Punta Gorda, Fla. Punta Gorda, Fla. Iowa City, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa

USF Baseball Stadium USF Baseball Stadium USF Baseball Stadium Hoover Metropolitan Stadium Hoover Metropolitan Stadium Hoover Metropolitan Stadium U.S. Bank Stadium U.S. Bank Stadium U.S. Bank Stadium Duane Banks Field Charlotte Regional Park Field 3 Charlotte Regional Park Field 3 South County Regional Park South County Regional Park Duane Banks Field Tointon Family Stadium Tointon Family Stadium Tointon Family Stadium Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field

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

April 7 April 8 April 9 April 11 April 14 April 15 April 16 April 19 April 21 April 22 April 23 April 25 April 28 April 29 April 30 May 2 May 5 May 6 May 7 May 12 May 13 May 14 May 16 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 24-28 June 2-4

* at Northwestern * at Northwestern * at Northwestern Western Illinois * at Nebraska * at Nebraska * at Nebraska at Bradley * Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers Milwaukee * Penn State * Penn State * Penn State at Western Illinois * at Michigan State * at Michigan State * at Michigan State * Ohio State * Ohio State * Ohio State Omaha * at Illinois * at Illinois * at Illinois at Big Ten Tournament NCAA Regionals

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Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Iowa City, Iowa Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Peoria, Ill. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Macomb, Ill. East Lansing, Mich. East Lansing, Mich. East Lansing, Mich. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Champaign, Ill. Champaign, Ill. Champaign, Ill. Bloomington, Ind. TBA

Rocky Miller Park Rocky Miller Park Rocky Miller Park Duane Banks Field Hawks Field at Haymarket Park Hawks Field at Haymarket Park Hawks Field at Haymarket Park Dozer Park Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Alfred D. Boyer Stadium McLane Baseball Stadium at Kobs Field McLane Baseball Stadium at Kobs Field McLane Baseball Stadium at Kobs Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Duane Banks Field Illinois Field Illinois Field Illinois Field Kaufman Field TBA

3:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 4 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

All times listed are Central and subject to change. @ Hoover Classic (Hoover, Alabama) | ! DQ Classic (Minneapolis) | % Snowbird Baseball Classic (Port Charlotte, Fla.) | * - Big Ten Conference game

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IOWABASE BALL NUMERICAL 1 Mason McCoy 2 Zach Daniels 3 Matt Hoeg 4 Mitchell Boe 5 Tyler Cropley 6 Justin Jenkins 7 Grant Judkins 8 Luke Farley 9 Ben Norman 10 Derek Lieurance 11 Cole McDonald 12 Nick Nelsen 14 Corbin Woods 16 Zach Fricke 17 Josh Martsching 18 Shane Ritter 19 Adam LaRock 20 Austin Guzzo 22 Kole Kampen 23 Kyle Crowl 24 Nick Allgeyer 26 Elijah Wood 28 Chris Whelan 29 Sammy Lizarraga 30 Nick Gallagher 32 Sam Norman 33 C.J. Eldred 34 Cole Pennock 35 Jake Adams 36 Connor Lindaman 37 Kace Massner 41 Ryan Erickson 42 Drake Robison 43 Grant Leonard 44 Robert Neustrom 45 Kyle Shimp

2017 R O ST E R

ALPHABETICAL 35 Jake Adams 24 Nick Allgeyer 4 Mitchell Boe 5 Tyler Cropley 23 Kyle Crowl 2 Zach Daniels 33 C.J. Eldred 41 Ryan Erickson 8 Luke Farley 16 Zach Fricke 30 Nick Gallagher 20 Austin Guzzo 3 Matt Hoeg 6 Justin Jenkins 7 Grant Judkins 22 Kole Kampen 19 Adam LaRock 43 Grant Leonard 10 Derek Lieurance 36 Connor Lindaman 29 Sammy Lizarraga 17 Josh Martsching 37 Kace Massner 1 Mason McCoy 11 Cole McDonald 12 Nick Nelsen 44 Robert Neustrom 9 Ben Norman 32 Sam Norman 34 Cole Pennock 18 Shane Ritter 42 Drake Robison 45 Kyle Shimp 28 Chris Whelan 26 Elijah Wood 14 Corbin Woods

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Nick Allgeyer......................................................... All-GUY-er Kyle Crowl...............................................Rhymes with Growl Zach Fricke.....................................................................Frickie Austin Guzzo.............................................................GOO-zoe Matt Hoeg.....................................................................Hoy-g Derek Lieurance........................................................La-rance Sam Lizarraga................................................Liz-uh-rah-guh

Josh Martsching..................................................MART-shing Kace Massner....................................................Case Massner Robert Neustrom.................................................New-strom Cole Pennock..........................................................Pen-knock Drake Robison......................................................Row-bi-son Chris Whelan..............................................................Way-lin

PITCHERS

No. Name................................... Pos....................B/T..............Ht./Wt............... Yr.......... Hometown......................................................Last School 2 Zach Daniels......................... RHP...................L/R..............5-11/166........... So......... Robins, Iowa............................ Cedar Rapids Kennedy HS 10 Derek Lieurance................... RHP...................R/R..............6-0/207............. So......... Cascade, Iowa..........................................................NIACC 11 Cole McDonald..................... RHP...................L/R..............6-1/195............. So......... New Hampton, Iowa............................ New Hampton HS 12 Nick Nelsen.......................... RHP...................S/R..............6-2/180............. Jr.......... West Des Moines, Iowa........................Johnson County CC 16 Zach Fricke........................... RHP...................L/R..............6-0/202............. RS Jr...... Waterloo, Iowa........................................................NIACC 17 Josh Martsching................... RHP...................L/R..............6-2/210............. RS Sr..... Bloomfield, Iowa.....................................Davis County HS 18 Shane Ritter......................... RHP...................R/R..............6-4/196............. So......... Plainfield, Ill.......................................Plainfield South HS 22 Kole Kampen....................... LHP...................S/L..............6-1/200............. Fr.......... Fort Dodge, Iowa........................................Fort Dodge HS 24 Nick Allgeyer........................ LHP...................L/L..............6-3/210............. Jr.......... St. Louis, Mo............................................St. John Vianney 26 Elijah Wood.......................... LHP...................R/L..............6-3/213............. Jr.......... Washington, Iowa..................................Marshalltown CC 29 Sammy Lizarraga................. RHP...................R/R..............6-6/248............. So......... Cedar Rapids, Iowa................... Cedar Rapids Kennedy HS 30 Nick Gallagher..................... RHP...................R/R..............6-3/205............. Jr.......... Iowa City, Iowa..................................... Iowa City West HS 32 Sam Norman........................ LHP...................L/L..............6-5/223............. Sr.......... Des Moines, Iowa............................. Creighton University 33 C.J. Eldred............................ RHP...................R/R..............6-1/231............. RS Jr...... Mount Vernon, Iowa.............................Indiana University 34 Cole Pennock........................ LHP...................R/L..............6-8/247............. Fr.......... Clinton, Iowa....................................................Clinton HS 41 Ryan Erickson....................... LHP...................L/L..............6-3/200............. Sr.......... Mason City, Iowa.................................Johnson County CC 42 Drake Robison...................... RHP...................R/R..............6-1/165............. Sr.......... Machesney Park, Ill............................................. Ole Miss 43 Grant Leonard...................... RHP...................R/R..............5-11/166........... Fr.......... Mokena, Ill.................................................... Lincoln Way 45 Kyle Shimp........................... LHP...................L/L..............6-7/220............. RS Fr..... Yorkville, Ill.....................................................Yorkville HS

CATCHERS

No. Name................................... Pos....................B/T..............Ht./Wt............... Yr.......... Hometown......................................................Last School 5 Tyler Cropley........................ C/OF..................R/R..............5-11/185........... Jr.......... McCook Lake, S.D.................................... Iowa Western CC 16 Zach Fricke........................... C........................L/R..............6-0/202............. RS Jr...... Waterloo, Iowa........................................................NIACC 20 Austin Guzzo........................ C/3B..................L/R..............6-2/203............. Jr.......... Brooklin, Ontario, Canada................ All Saints Catholic HS

INFIELDERS

No. Name................................... Pos....................B/T..............Ht./Wt............... Yr.......... Hometown......................................................Last School 1 Mason McCoy....................... IF.......................R/R..............6-0/182............. Sr.......... Washington, Ill...................................... Illinois Central CC 3 Matt Hoeg............................ IF.......................R/R..............6-1/196............. Jr.......... Waukee, Iowa......................................... Iowa Western CC 4 Mitchell Boe......................... IF.......................L/R..............5-10/175........... So......... Naperville, Ill......................................... Joilet Catholic HS 7 Grant Judkins....................... 3B......................L/R..............6-3/196............. Fr.......... Pella, Iowa...........................................................Pella HS 14 Corbin Woods....................... IF.......................R/R..............6-2/203............. Sr.......... Cedar Rapids, Iowa.......................................Heartland CC 19 Adam LaRock....................... IF/OF.................S/R..............6-1/180............. Fr.......... Eau Claire, Wis....................................Eau Claire North HS 20 Austin Guzzo........................ C/3B..................L/R..............6-2/203............. Jr.......... Brooklin, Ontario, Canada................ All Saints Catholic HS 23 Kyle Crowl............................ IF.......................R/R..............6-2/195............. Fr.......... Council Bluffs, Iowa.......................... Abraham Lincoln HS 28 Chris Whelan........................ IF/OF.................R/R..............6-1/196............. RS So.... Wheaton, Ill...........................................Parkland College 35 Jake Adams.......................... 1B......................R/R..............6-2/250............. Jr.......... Brandon, S.D.........................................................DMACC 36 Connor Lindaman................ 1B......................R/R..............6-5/235............. Fr.......... Davenport, Iowa......................Davenport Assumption HS

BREAKDOWN BY CLASS FRESHMAN (11) Kyle Crowl Justin Jenkins Grant Judkins Kole Kampen Adam LaRock Grant Leonard Connor Lindaman Kace Massner Ben Norman Cole Pennock *Kyle Shimp

SOPHOMORES (9) Mitchell Boe Zach Daniels Luke Farley Derek Lieurance Sammy Lizarraga Cole McDonald Robert Neustrom Shane Ritter *Chris Whelan

JUNIORS (10) Jake Adams Nick Allgeyer Tyler Cropley *C.J. Eldred *Zach Fricke Nick Gallagher Austin Guzzo Matt Hoeg Nick Nelsen Elijah Wood

SENIORS (6) Ryan Erickson *Josh Martsching Mason McCoy Sam Norman Drake Robison Corbin Woods * - redshirt

OUTFIELDERS

No. Name................................... Pos....................B/T..............Ht./Wt............... Yr.......... Hometown......................................................Last School 5 Tyler Cropley........................ C/OF..................R/R..............5-11/185........... Jr.......... McCook Lake, S.D.................................... Iowa Western CC 6 Justin Jenkins....................... OF......................L/L..............5-10/196........... Fr.......... Terre Haute, Ind...............................Terre Haute South HS 8 Luke Farley........................... OF......................R/R..............6-0/212............. So......... Denver, Iowa................................ Waterloo Columbus HS 9 Ben Norman......................... OF......................L/R..............6-2/189............. Fr.......... Des Moines, Iowa.........................................Roosevelt HS 19 Adam LaRock....................... IF/OF.................S/R..............6-1/180............. Fr.......... Eau Claire, Wis....................................Eau Claire North HS 28 Chris Whelan........................ IF/OF.................R/R..............6-1/196............. RS So.... Wheaton, Ill...........................................Parkland College 37 Kace Massner....................... OF......................L/R..............6-5/225............. Fr.......... Burlington, Iowa........................................ Burlington HS 44 Robert Neustrom................. OF......................L/L..............6-3/209............. So......... Sioux City, Iowa..................................Sioux City North HS

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SEASON PREVIEW

SEASON OUTLOOK After losing 20 players to graduation and/or the Major League Baseball Draft the past two seasons, the the University of Iowa baseball team will look different in 2017. The Hawkeyes have 17 letterwinners returning from a team that advanced to the Big Ten Tournament title game in 2016, finishing one-win shy of a second straight NCAA Regional berth. Iowa has 2/3 of its starting rotation returning, 10 total pitchers, and three positional starters back in the fold. But the new faces in Iowa City are vast. The Hawkeyes have a retooled roster with 18 newcomers, including eight transfers. It's a group that will play a big role in the team's success. Iowa got a jumpstart on the 2017 season with a foreign trip to the Dominican Republic over Thanksgiving Break. The Hawkeyes played four games -- finishing 2-2 -- but it was the togetherness and team-building that will be beneficial heading into the season-opening three-game series at South Florida in February.

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SEASON PREVIEW

STARTING PITCHING Iowa's starting pitching will be a strength with the return of two top of the rotation arms in juniors C.J. Eldred and Nick Gallagher. Eldred, Iowa's Friday night starter as a sophomore, was a workhorse in his first season as a Hawkeye. The Mount Vernon, Iowa, native tossed 94 1/3 innings to rank ninth in the Big Ten and 10th in a single-season in school history. Eldred won three games in 2016 and posted a 3.43 ERA. The right-hander pitched Iowa to a Big Ten Tournament victory over top-seeded Minnesota and finished the year with a team-best seven quality starts, including two complete games.

C.J. ELDRED JUNIOR

Gallagher is poised to join the weekend rotation after pitching starter innings in a relief role as a sophomore. The right-hander had a breakout season, leading the team with eight wins (tied for second in the Big Ten), going 8-2 with a 2.57 ERA with 59 strikeouts over 63 innings. The Iowa City, Iowa, native went 4-0 with a 0.38 ERA in his final four relief appearances, posting victories over Michigan, Kansas State, Penn State, and Maryland. Gallagher was named to the Big Ten All-Tournament team after allowing one hit and fanning a career-high nine over six shutout innings in a semifinal victory over the Terrapins. The Sunday starter role will be up for grabs with senior Drake Robison, sophomores Shane Ritter and Cole McDonald, and freshman Grant Judkins battling to join the weekend rotation.

Robison wasn't on the Hawkeyes' 35-man roster in 2016 after transferring from Mississippi. The Illinois native pitched one season in Oxford following a two-year stint at Iowa Western Community College, where he was a two-time ICCAC honorable mention selection. He won nine games and posted seven saves in two seasons with the Reivers, helping the team to a 2014 NJCAA National Championship. Ritter and McDonald had solid freshman campaigns in 2016 and could be in line for bigger roles. Ritter went 2-1 with a 3.00 ERA in 13 appearances (two starts). His biggest start came in the Big Ten Tournament where he tossed three shutout innings in a semifinal victory over Maryland. McDonald was Iowa's primary midweek starter last season, where he went 4-1 with a 3.33 ERA over 24 1/3 innings. The New Hampton, Iowa, native finished with 29 strikeouts to six walks in his first season back following high school Tommy John surgery. Judkins is a wild card after joining the program as Iowa's Gatorade Player of the Year and the IHSBCA Player of the Year out of Pella High School. As a senior, he went 10-1 with a 0.64 ERA with 123 strikeouts.

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SEASON PREVIEW

RELIEF PITCHING The Hawkeyes will be experienced and deeper in the relief corps in 2017 with four the top relief options returning. Iowa's depth took a hit when junior southpaw Nick Allgeyer went down with an injury, one that required Tommy John surgery during fall camp, but Heller will have his top long reliever and two back-end arms back in the mix.

RYAN ERICKSON SENIOR

Redshirt senior Ryan Erickson elected to return for one final goround after going 2-1 with a 4.15 ERA last season. In two seasons with the Hawkeyes, the Mason City, Iowa, native is 6-2 with a 3.51 ERA with 52 strikeouts over 89 2/3 innings. Senior Josh Martsching and sophomore Zach Daniels give the Hawkeyes two quality arms to close out games. Martsching went 2-1 with a 2.41 ERA in 16 appearances and notched four saves in 2016, while Daniels went 1-1 with a 1.50 ERA with a team-best five saves. Daniels will be primed for a bigger role in 2017 as his focus will go from being a two-way player to strictly being on the mound. The Robins, Iowa, native didn't allow a run in 14 of his 16 appearances last season and he had an 11 1/3 scoreless innings streak in 10 appearances to close out the year. The Hawkeyes added depth to the bullpen with four transfer arms in juniors Nick Nelsen, Elijah Wood, Derek Lieurance, and senior Sam Norman.

Nelsen, a right-handed submariner was an honorable-mention all-conference selection at Johnson County Community College in 2016. He went 5-1 with a 2.36 ERA in 22 appearances, where he had one save and struck out 44 over 26 2/3 innings. Wood gives the Hawkeyes another left-hander option in relief. He had three wins -- primarily as a starter -- at Marshalltown Community College, where he had 47 strikeouts over 56 innings. Lieurance was a second-team all-region and all-conference honoree at NIACC after going 9-1 with a 3.99 ERA with 96 strikeouts over 67 2/3 innings. Norman is the last piece to the transfer puzzle, joining the Hawkeyes after playing three seasons at Creighton. He went 2-0 with a 2.25 ERA in 23 career appearances. The Hawkeyes are also looking for a big contribution from sophomore right-hander Sammy Lizarraga. The Cedar Rapids, Iowa, native was coming on as a freshman before missing the final month of the season because of injury. He went 1-0 with a 0.79 ERA in eight appearances. Iowa also has freshman RHP Cole Pennock, RHP Grant Leonard, and redshirt freshman LHP Kyle Shimp as relief options. ZACH DANIELS SOPHOMORE

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IOWABASE BALL

SEASON PREVIEW

CATCHERS The Hawkeyes will be young -- in a Division I sense -- behind the plate in 2017, but the team will have talent by the way of juniorcollege transfer Tyler Cropley. The McCook Lake, South Dakota, native joined the Hawkeyes after earning first-team All-Region XI honors as a sophomore at Iowa Western Community College. He hit .403 with five home runs, nine doubles, 27 RBIs, and 35 runs scored.

ZACH FRICKE

Cropley is a strong receiver behind the plate, and is good enough with the bat that he's a candidate to be Iowa's leadoff hitter.

TYLER CROPLEY JUNIOR

Junior Zach Fricke will be Cropley's main backup in 2017. The Dike, Iowa, native redshirted last season -- his first at Iowa following a two-year stay at NIACC. Fricke could provide Iowa some offensive pop, as he hit .343 with 13 doubles and 12 home runs in his final season as a Trojan. Junior Austin Guzzo will be an additional option behind the plate. Guzzo saw limited action at catcher in 2016 after starting 11 games behind the dish during his freshman campaign. AUSTIN GUZZO

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SEASON PREVIEW

INFIELD

JAKE ADAMS JUNIOR

KYLE CROWL FRESHMAN

Iowa will return one full-time starter and one platoon starter in 2017. Senior Mason McCoy will slide to his left to shortstop after being the team's everyday third baseman last season, while sophomore Mitchell Boe is penciled in at second base.

Crowl, the 367th-best prospect by Perfect Game, was a first-team all-state selection at Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs, Iowa, where he was the team's starting shortstop. He hit .440 as a senior with six home runs, 33 RBIs, and 14 steals.

McCoy came on strong for the Hawkeyes down the stretch in 2016, helping the team advance to the title game at the Big Ten Tournament. He had six straight multi-hit games to close out the season -- one where he hit .291 with 37 runs and 34 RBIs. McCoy had 17 multi-hit games, hit for the cycle against Air Force, and had a 13game hitting streak to finish the year.

Junior power hitter Jake Adams will replace Tyler Peyton at first base, giving the Hawkeyes a powerful bat in the middle of the lineup. Adams was a first-team All-American at Des Moines Area (Iowa) Community College as a sophomore in a season where he hit .360 with 25 home runs, 75 RBIs, and scored 59 runs. Iowa hit 26 home runs as a team in 2016.

McCoy will look to continue Iowa's successful run at the shortstop position; a Hawkeye has earned All-Big Ten honors in each of the last three seasons.

The Brandon, South Dakota, native ranked second in the nation in home runs, fourth in slugging percentage, seventh in total bases, and 10th in RBIs. Adams hit 42 home runs -- a DMACC school record -- in two seasons.

Boe started 18 games at second base as a true freshman, one where he hit .190 with 12 runs and four RBIs. The Naperville, Illinois, native progressed as the season went on and he carried that over to the summer, where he was a CSBL All-Star Game honoree, playing for the Lombard Orioles. With McCoy moving to shortstop, Iowa will have a new third baseman for the second year in a row. Freshman Kyle Crowl and junior Matt Hoeg are the primary candidates to step in at the hot corner. Hoeg is also an option at first base.

MITCHELL BOE SOPHOMORE

MASON MCCOY SENIOR

Sophomore Chris Whelan will give Iowa a versatile option as both an infielder and outfielder in 2017. The Parkland College transfer -- who played his freshman season at Bradley -- hit .299 with six doubles and a home run in 2016 and he scored 37 runs and posted a .420 onbase percentage. Whelan was a tough out, striking out just 17 times in 134 at-bats.

Hoeg, a transfer from Iowa Western Community College, was an NJCAA honorable-mention All-American as a sophomore. He hit .425 with eight home runs, 22 doubles, 60 RBIs, and 47 runs scored. Hoeg had 23 multi-hit games and 15 multi-RBI games in 2016.

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SEASON PREVIEW

OUTFIELD The path to playing time in the outfield is open for a second straight season with the Hawkeyes returning just one starter -sophomore right fielder Robert Neustrom. The Sioux City, Iowa, native started 38 games as a true freshman -- a season where he hit .307 with 24 runs and 21 RBIs. Neustrom posted 12 multi-hit games during the season and surged late, hitting .462 during the Hawkeyes' Big Ten Tournament run. Iowa will turn to a pair of true freshman in center field to replace first-team All-Big Ten and all-region selection Joel Booker. Indiana native Justin Jenkins and Des Moines, Iowa, native Ben Norman will see a bulk of the playing time.

ROBERT NEUSTROM SOPHOMORE

Jenkins, the son of a college baseball coach, is a ball player. He was a four-time all-conference and all-district selection at Terre Haute South (Indiana) High School (where he was also a three-time team captain). He holds the school record in career triples (12) and hit .413 with 37 RBIs and nine steals as a senior. Jenkins was a top-500-rated player by Perfect Game. Norman joined the Hawkeyes as the No. 1-rated outfielder in the state of Iowa, where he was a three-time all-conference honoree and a two-time all-district selection. As a senior, Norman hit .386 with 24 RBIs and 29 steals -- a Roosevelt High School record.

games and hit .239 with 12 RBIs and 10 runs scored. The Denver, Iowa, native was the 183rd-best prospect nationally by Perfect Game coming out of high school. Iowa also has a pair of freshmen -- Kace Massner and Adam LaRock -- to provide outfield depth.

DESIGNATED HITTER Heller will be able to play the hot hand at the designated hitter position in 2017 with a lot of quality bats at his disposal.

JUSTIN JENKINS • FRESHMAN

Guzzo started 23 games at DH in 2016, a season where he hit .264 with three home runs, 25 RBIs, and 18 runs. The Canada native was a force at the Big Ten Tournament, hitting .356 with five RBIs and two runs scored in four contests. He was a Big Ten All-Tournament team selection. Adams will be another option, especially on days where he isn't in the lineup at first base and a healthy Farley will be in the mix when he isn't on the lineup card as an outfielder. Farley hit .400 in each of his four prep seasons at Waterloo Columbus High School.

CHRIS WHELAN • SOPHOMORE

Senior Zach Fricke and freshman Grant Judkins are also options at DH. Fricke is a left-handed bat with some extra-base pop (13 doubles and 12 home runs in 2015 at NIACC), while Judkins hit .421 with six home runs, 39 runs, and 12 steals as a high school senior.

The Hawkeyes will have plenty of options to platoon in left field in juniors Matt Hoeg and Tyler Cropley (on days off behind the plate), and sophomores Chris Whelan and Luke Farley. Farley battled injury as a true freshman, a season where started 14 MATT HOEG • JUNIOR PAG E 9


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#41 RYAN ERICKSON

LHP • 6-3 • 200 • RS S r. • L/L Mason City, Iowa Johnson County CC Mason City High School

R YA N E R I C K S O N B I O 2016 -- Went 2-1 with a 4.15 ERA over 47 2/3 innings... went 2-0 with a 3.66 ERA in 13 relief appearances... earned his second win, allowing one run on three hits over four innings against Michigan State (5/15)... tossed 4 1/3 innings of two-hit ball at Ohio State (5/8)... made his first career Big Ten start against No. 18/21 Michigan (4/23)... notched his first win, scattering two hits over 5 2/3 innings at Indiana (4/17)... retired 17 straight batters at one point... went 3 2/3 innings in relief, allowing two runs at Minnesota (4/3)... threw 4 1/3 shutout innings of two-hit ball, fanning two against Maryland (3/27)... made his first career start at Southern Illinois (3/5)... rated as the 19th-best prospect in the Big Ten by Perfect Game. 2015 Honors -- Academic All-Big Ten honoree. 2015 -- Joined team as a walk-on... went 4-1 with a 2.79 ERA and one save in 18 relief appearances, where he had 27 strikeouts against 20 walks... went 3-0 with a 1.74 ERA, allowing four earned runs in 20 2/3 innings in Big Ten play... notched his fourth win, throwing a season-high 5 2/3 innings in relief at Michigan (5/1), allowing two runs on five hits... tossed 2 1/3 innings in relief against Nebraska (4/25), allowing one run on three hits... threw the final 2 2/3 innings against Northwestern (4/17), scattering four hits and striking out two to pick up his third victory... made two appearances at Maryland (4/10, 4/12), tallying his second win in the finale, allowing one hit in 1 2/3 innings and fanning two... missed the Purdue series because of injury... threw 1 2/3 innings in two appearances against No. 19 Indiana, giving up one run on two hits... notched his first career save, pitching four shutout innings, allowing three hits and striking out four at Middle Tennessee (3/7)... had a career-high five strikeouts in two innings against Cincinnati (2/27)... posted his first career win, throwing 2 2/3 innings of one-hit, one-run ball with three strikeouts against Saint Louis (2/14). 2014 -- Did not play collegiate baseball... attended the University of Iowa as a traditional college student. At Johnson County CC (2013) -- Posted a 3.82 ERA over 9 2/3 innings, striking out 16.

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High School -- First-team All-CIML selection, second-team Iowa North Central District and All-North Iowa Area Team selection as a senior... went 4-4 with a 1.91 ERA with 57 strikeouts, while hitting .310 with one home run and 20 RBIs... also was team MVP, team Cy Young winner, and team Silver Bat honoree... two-time team captain (senior, sophomore)... went 3-1 with a 4.94 ERA with 35 strikeouts as a junior... helped team to a state runnerup finish in 2011 and a CIML title... competed at 2012 Perfect Game Spring Top Prospect Showcase... named to Perfect Game top 100 national rankings... named to Principal's List all four years and was a four-time CIML All-Academic honoree... National Honor Society... high school coach was Troy Rood. Personal -- Born Aug. 27, 1993... son of Robert and Toni Erickson... cousin, Erin Erickson, was a member of the Iowa softball team... majoring in computer science.

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JOSH MARTSC H I NG B IO 2016 -- Went 2-1 with a 2.41 ERA in 16 appearances... had 16 strikeouts in 18 2/3 innings... was second on the team with four saves, tied for the 12th most in the Big Ten... earned his second win, getting the final three outs in Iowa's 5-4, come-frombehind victory over Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament (5/27)... tallied his fourth save in Iowa's game two victory over Michigan State (5/14)... earned his third save, getting a strikeout to close out the victory at Indiana (4/17)... got the final two outs to record his second save in Iowa's 9-7 victory over Air Force (4/12)... earned his first save of the season, getting the final out in a 6-3 win at Minnesota (4/3)... notched his first victory of the season, tossing two shutout inning and striking out a pair against Northern Illinois (3/29)... threw two shutout innings in relief against Point University (3/14)... made his first appearance of the season at Southern Illinois (3/6), allowing one run on four hits over two innings. 2015 -- Went 0-1 with a 3.44 ERA in 11 appearances (two starts)... allowed seven runs on 11 hits in 18 1/3 innings... had 11 strikeouts against 10 walks... didn't allow a run in seven of 11 appearances... threw 2 2/3 innings of shutout ball in relief, scattering three hits and fanning one vs. Sacramento State (4/28)... made his first appearance since 2013 on March 1, throwing three scoreless innings against Cincinnati... had three strikeouts to one walk and allowed one hit.

#17 JOSH MARTSCHING RHP • 6-2 • 210 • RS S r. • R/R Bloomfield, Iowa Davis County High School

2014 -- Redshirted after undergoing Tommy John surgery.

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . E R A W - L A - G S C G S H O S V I P H R E R 2 0 1 3 4 . 9 8 0 - 2 1 8 - 2 0 0 1 3 4 . 1 4 3 2 5 1 9 2 0 1 5 3 . 4 4 0 - 1 1 1 - 2 0 0 0 1 8 . 1 11 7 7 2 0 1 6 2 . 4 1 2 - 1 1 6 - 0 0 0 4 1 8 . 2 18 5 5 T O T A L 3 . 9 1 2 - 4 4 5 - 4 0 0 5 7 1 . 1 7 2 3 7 3 1

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2013 -- Made 18 appearances (16 relief, two starts), the second-most appearances by a Hawkeye... one of seven true freshman to see playing time... allowed zero runs over 1 2/3 innings in two appearances at Purdue... finished last two games at Purdue, collecting the first save of his collegiate career May 18... pitched a season-high 4 1/3 innings May 12 vs. Michigan State, allowing one unearned run on two hits... suffered loss in second start against Nebraska Omaha on May 7, allowing five runs on five hits in 2 1/3 innings... threw a scoreless inning vs. Northern Illinois, working out of a bases loaded jam... held Minnesota scoreless for 1 2/3 innings April 26, allowing one hit... threw 3 2/3 innings April 13 vs. Kansas State... recorded career-high five strikeouts April 9 vs. Kansas... threw 2 2/3 innings

against the Jayhawks, allowing one run on three hits... pitched final 2 1/3 innings against Western Illinois on April 2, allowing zero runs and one hit... threw 1 2/3 scoreless inning against Indiana on March 30, retiring six of the seven batters he faced... tossed two innings against Maine (March 8), allowing one hit and zero earned runs... also recorded three strikeouts... made first collegiate start March 3 against Wichita State, allowing four runs (three earned) in three innings.... made season and collegiate debut Feb. 16 against Austin Peay, pitching the ninth inning in a 13-1 win... needed just six pitches to post a scoreless inning, retiring the side in order. High School -- Four-time all-conference, four-time all-district and two-time allstate honoree, super-team selection... holds the record for single-season doubles and hits, and career doubles, hit, runs and batting average at Davis County High School... batted .387 as a freshman while finishing 8-0 with a 1.20 ERA and 88 strikeouts on the mound... hit .480 with five home runs and 37 RBIs while finishing with an 8-1 record on the bump as a sophomore... notched a 1.61 ERA with 104 strikeouts... hit .423 with 11 home runs and 41 RBIs as a junior while posting a 9-2 record on the mound... tallied a 1.12 ERA with 101 strikeouts... Hit .504 with three home runs 50 RBIs as a senior while posting a 13-0 record on the mound... had a .90 ERA with 112 strikeouts... led his team to four-straight conference titles, including a third-place finish at state in 2010 and 2012 and a state championship in 2011... four-year football letterwinner, earning third team all-state honors in 2010... earned three letters in basketball and was named all-conference in 2010... honor roll student each semester during high school... earned the Excellence in Academic Achievement Award from 2009-11. Personal -- Born Oct. 22, 1993... son of Mike and Susan Turner and Ron and Angeline Martsching... has two siblings, Jake and Jed... was a high school teammate of former Hawkeye Calvin Mathews... majoring in sports studies.

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MASON MCCOY BIO Hawk Item -- Was the Northwoods League and La Crosse Loggers Most Valuable Player in 2015... named a NWL All-Star and a Postseason All-Star in 2015... finished with a NWL single-season record 112 hits, 80 runs, and 168 total bases in 2015... earned the NWL/Rawlings "Finest in the Field" Award in 2016 for posting a .969 fielding percentage... named the NWL "Star of Stars" for being the MVP of the 2016 All-Star Game.

#1 MASON MCCOY

IF • 6-0 • 182 • S r. • R/R Washington, Ill. Illinois Central CC Washington High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G & B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F % 2016 .291 56-56 223 37 65 12 2 2 34 87 .390 24 3 48 4 . 3 6 7 1 3 7 - 1 1 4 4 1 3 0 9 . 9 5 1 T O T A L . 2 9 1 5 6 - 5 6 2 2 3 3 7 6 5 1 2 2 2 3 4 8 7 . 3 9 0 2 4 3 48 4 . 3 6 7 1 3 7 - 1 1 4 4 1 3 0 9 . 9 5 1

2016 Honors -- Big Ten All-Tournament team selection... Big Ten co-Player of the Week on May 24. 2016 -- Hit .291 with 37 runs and 34 RBIs... one of three Hawkeyes to start every game -- 47 at third base and nine at second base... finished with 17 multi-hit games (10 two-hit, five three-hit, one four-hit, one five-hit)... closed out the year with six straight multi-hit games... finished season on a career-best 13-game hitting and reached base streak... became the first Hawkeye since 2007 to hit for the cycle, finishing 5-for-7 with three runs and six RBIs against Air Force (4/13)... the five hits tied a school record and the six RBIs were most by a Hawkeye since 2010... had a bunt single in first, a triple in second, double in fourth, and home run in sixth and hit .545 (6-of-11) with six RBIs, five runs, and four five extra base hits in the Air Force (4/12-13) series... posted a .381 average with a team-best six RBIs at the Big Ten Tournament with four multi-hit games... went 2-for-5 with two RBIs, including the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning in a 5-4 win over Ohio State (5/27)... hit a team-best .400 in series at Penn State (5/19-20), which led to him earning his first career Big Ten Player of the Week honor on May 24... had two multi-hit games, finished 2-for-5 with two runs scored in game two and was 3-for-6 in the series finale... finished 4-for-5 with a double and two runs scored at Western Illinois (5/17)... made a diving defensive play against Michigan State that was the No. 3 Play of the Day on SportsCenter’s top plays on May 15... finished 3-for-5 with two RBIs, a double, and run scored in game two at Ohio State (5/7)... went 2-for-3 with a run scored in series finale against Illinois (4/10)... connected on his first career home run -- a three-run shot -- in a victory over Milwaukee (4/6)... hit .375 during the three-game series at Minnesota (4/1-3)... drove in two runs in a game two win before going 2-for-3 in the series finale... went 2-for-3 with an double, RBI, and run scored in series-opening victory over Maryland (3/25)...

posted his fourth multi-hit game against Savannah State (3/13), finishing 3-for-6 with a run and RBI... went 3-for-5 with an RBI in the opening game of the series at Southern Illinois (3/4)... hit .400 (6-of-15) at the Snowbird Classic, posting two multi-hit games... roped a double to right centerfield in his first at-bat as a Hawkeye on Feb. 19... preseason all-conference selection by Perfect Game... named the 15th-best prospect in the Big Ten by Perfect Game. Junior College -- Two-time All-American at Illinois Central Community College... two-time all-region and two-time all-conference selection... named the Freshman Player of the Year after hitting .394 with 84 hits, 18 doubles, six triples, and five home runs... finished 30-of-32 on the base paths... hit .382 with 58 hits and eight doubles as a sophomore and finished 24-of-28 on the base paths. High School -- Was a four-time all-area and all-conference selection... hit .564 as a junior... played for the Central Illinois Outlaws as a junior and senior and on the Cincinnati Reds Scout Team during the fall of junior season... also lettered in baseball, basketball, and soccer, earning all-conference honors in basketball and soccer... high school coach was Kyle Wisher. Personal -- Born March 31, 1995, in Peoria, Illinois... son of Josh and Misty McCoy... has two younger siblings, Madisyn and Micah... majoring in health and human physiology.

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CORBIN WOODS BIO 2016 -- Started 21 games -- 10 as an outfielder, nine at third base, and two at first base -- and appeared in 39 contests... hit .164 with 11 runs and five RBIs... tallied his second multi-hit game, going 2-for-3 with two runs scored in series finale against No. 18/21 Michigan (4/24)... went 2-for-2 with one run and one RBI against Northwestern College (3/8) for his first career multi-hit game... started all three games at third base at Dallas Baptist (2/19-21)... collected hits in 2-of-3 games and belted his first career home run -- a solo shot -- in game two of the series. 2015 -- Appeared in 15 games, primarily as a pinch runner... made one start at third base... hit .167 (1-for-6) with five runs scored... scored the game-winning run in Iowa's 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Northwestern (4/17)... made his first career start against Milwaukee (4/8) at third base... delivered a pinch-hit single in his first at-bat as a Hawkeye on March 16 at Houston Baptist... scored his first career run March 21 at Kansas.

#14 CORBIN WOODS

IF • 6-2 • 203 • S r. • R/R Cedar Rapids, Iowa Heartland CC Cedar Rapids Xavier High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B 2 0 1 5 . 1 6 7 1 5 - 1 6 2016 .164 39-21 61 T O T A L . 1 6 4 5 4 - 2 2 6 7

R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 10 0 0 1 5 13 16 11 0 0 1 5 14

SLG& BB .167 1 .213 14 .209 15

HBP SO 1 0 2 13 3 13

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At Heartland CC (2014) -- Batted .309 (51-of-165) over 52 games with 50 starts... scored 46 runs and had 31 RBIs... finished with 14 doubles, four triples, and two home runs, while posting a .500 slugging and .419 on-base percentage... drew 29 walks and was 23-of-26 on the base paths... helped team to fifth-straight Mid-West Athletic Conference title, finishing 43-13 overall and 24-8 in conference... academic all-conference selection. High School -- 2013 Perfect Game Central Region honorable-mention selection... 2012 Perfect Game underclass honorable mention... three-time all-conference and All-Metro honoree... first-team allconference and All-Metro as a senior, leading team to state tournament... hit for the cycle as a senior... hit .371 with three homers and 27 RBIs as the starting third baseman as a sophomore in 2011... batted .300 with two homers and 24 RBIs as the starting shortstop as a junior... also went 3-3 with a 4.16 ERA on the hill... three-year letterwinner in baseball and two-year letterwinner in football and basketball... was an first-team elite all-state selection in football... holds school single-season and career records in touchdowns receiving, receptions, and receiving yards... honor roll from 2011-13... high school coach was Dave Schemmel. Personal -- Born Jan. 17, 1995... son of Curt and Karen Woods... father, Curt, played baseball at Iowa State... brother, Nate, played Division I baseball at Belmont University and competed in the minor leagues... one of his uncles is former Hawkeye and MLB pitcher Mike Boddicker.... his late grandfather, Ken Charipar was an assistant coach at Iowa... has two older siblings, Nate and Shelby... majoring in business analytics. PAG E 13


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NICK ALLGEYER BIO Hawk Item -- Will miss the 2017 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery in the fall of 2016.

#24 NICK ALLGEYER

LHP/OF/1B • 6-3 • 210 • Jr. • L/L St. Louis, Mo. St. John Vianney High School

2016 -- Went 0-0 with a 3.44 ERA in a team-high 22 appearances, including one start... ... had 32 strikeouts in 36 2/3 innings... had one save on the year... allowed zero runs in 11 outings... struck out four in two innings in Big Ten Tournament win over Minnesota (5/25)... made his first career start at Penn State (5/20), allowing one run on three hits over 2 2/3 innings... completed Iowa's shutout victory at Ohio State (5/7), pitching two perfect innings and striking out three of the six batters he faced... struck out a career-high five batters in three innings against Kansas State (4/29)... tossed 3 2/3 innings, allowing one run on three hits and fanning three at Indiana (4/16)... pitched 1 1/3 shutout innings, fanning two against Air Force (4/13)... tossed 2 1/3 hitless innings at Missouri State (3/18)... earned his first save of the season in a 4-1 victory over Dartmouth, allowing one hit and fanning four over a career-high four innings. 2015 -- Went 2-0 with a 3.48 ERA with two saves in 10 appearances... threw two scoreless innings, allowing one hit and striking out a career-high three at Bradley (4/14)... got the final three outs for his second save against Indiana (3/29)... recorded his first career save at Kansas (3/22)... earned his second win, throwing two innings of two-hit, one-run ball at Houston Baptist (3/17)... picked up the victory in his first career appearance -- a 7-1 win over AIB (3/11)... threw one perfect inning in relief. High School -- All-State and Metro Conference Player of the Year as a senior after hitting .416 with 17 doubles, 39 RBIs and one home run... also had a .539 on-base and .614 slugging percentage... had a 2.76 ERA over 66 innings, striking out 60... led team to a conference title in 2014... first-team all-conference selection as a junior after batting .352 (32-of-91) with 28 RBIs, 21 runs, eight doubles and three triples... 10 of his 32 hits went for extra bases and he had 44 total bases... holds school record for walks (26) in a season... fouryear letterwinner and three-year captain in baseball, football and hockey... second-team all-conference quarterback and MVP, leading scorer of hockey team... graduated summa cum laude and was a member of the National Honor Society and Midwest Regional High School Leadership Committee... high school coach was Scott Brown.

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Personal -- Born Feb. 3, 1996... son of Ken and Jeanne Allgeyer... father, Ken, was an Iowa football offensive lineman from 1986-90, and uncles Dan and Kevin Allgeyer played football at Central Missouri... has two siblings, Jason and Liz... majoring in finance.

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C.J. ELDRED BIO 2016 -- Served as Iowa's Friday starter for majority of the season... went 3-8 with a 3.43 ERA over 94 1/3 innings, striking out 63 to 25 walks... 94 1/3 innings were the ninth-most in the Big Ten and the 10th-most in a single-season in school history... had a team-best seven quality starts and two complete games... the 94 1/3 innings are the 10th-most in a single season in school history... earned his third win in the opening game of the Big Ten Tournament, allowing two runs on six hits over seven innings against Minnesota (5/25)... also pitched 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief in the Big Ten title game against Ohio State (5/29)... notched his sixth quality start, going six innings and allowing two runs (one earned) on eight hits against Kansas State (4/29)... posted back-to-back quality starts against Illinois (4/9) and at Indiana (4/15)... went seven innings, allowing two runs on six hits and fanning five against Illinois and went 6 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on 10 hits at Indiana... first Hawkeye since 2011 to throw back-to-back complete games... tossed his second straight complete game at Minnesota (4/1), allowing four runs on seven hits over eight innings in a 4-1 loss... threw his first career complete game, scattering six hits and striking out a career-high nine in an 8-1 series-opening victory over Maryland (3/25)... made his first career Friday start at Southern Illinois (3/4), throwing nine innings of two hit ball and allowing one unearned run to tally a quality start... had a no-hitter through 7 2/3 innings... earned his first career win in his first collegiate start, throwing five innings of four-hit, one-run ball against Dartmouth (2/27), where he had five strikeouts to one walk... entered in relief in his first collegiate game and retired the first 13 hitters he faced at Dallas Baptist (2/20)... allowed two runs (one earned) on two hits over four innings with three strikeouts. 2015 -- Sat out the season due to Big Ten transfer regulations.

#33 C.J. ELDRED

RHP • 6-1 • 231 • RS Jr. • R/R Mount Vernon, Iowa Indiana University Mount Vernon High School

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At Indiana (2014) -- Redshirted... played summer ball for the Eau Claire Express in the Northwoods League, where he threw a 78-pitch complete game, giving up three hits and one unearned run. High School -- Four-time all-conference selection, earning first-team as a freshman and sophomore as a pitcher, honorable mention as a junior as a pitcher, and second-team as a positional player as a senior... also was second-team alldistrict as a sophomore... went 4-3 with a 3.12 ERA with 39 strikeouts-to-four walks in 51 innings as a freshman... was 5-2 with a 1.47 ERA with 53 strikeouts and 11 walks in 57 innings as a sophomore, limiting hitters to a .206 average... posted a 3-3 record with a 3.53 ERA with 51 strikeouts and five walks in 39 2/3 innings as a junior... helped team to conference titles as a sophomore and senior and a sixth place state finish as a senior... played club baseball for the Cedar Rapids Steel for two seasons... high school coach was Jeremy Eliott. Personal -- Given name is Calvin John Eldred, Jr... born May 6, 1995, in Milwaukee, Wis... son of Cal and Christi Eldred... father played baseball at Iowa under Duane Banks, was the 17th pick in the 1989 MLB Draft, and played 16 professional seasons, 13 in the majors for the Milwaukee Brewers (7), Chicago White Sox (2), and St. Louis Cardinals (3)... Cal is currently a special assistant to the GM for the Kansas City Royals and a BTN analyst... has four younger siblings, Luke, Emily, Abby, and Hollee... majoring in environmental planning and policy.

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#30 NICK GALLAGHER RHP • 6-3 • 205 • Jr. • R/R Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City West High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . E R A W - L A - G S C G S H O S V I P H R E R B B S O 2 B 3 B H R B F B / A V G W P H B P B K S F A S F A 2 0 1 5 2 . 1 8 0 - 0 9 - 5 0 0 0 2 0 . 2 15 5 5 7 1 7 4 0 0 8 7 . 2 0 3 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 1 6 2 . 5 7 8 - 3 1 4 - 4 0 0 0 6 3 . 0 49 20 1 8 2 2 5 9 9 0 3 2 6 0 . 2 1 1 2 4 1 0 2 T O T A L 2 . 4 7 8 - 3 2 3 - 9 0 0 0 8 3 . 2 6 4 2 5 2 3 2 9 7 6 1 3 0 3 3 4 7 . 2 0 9 2 1 0 1 0 2

NICK GALLAGHER BIO 2016 Honors -- Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team selection. 2016 -- Led the team with eight wins, going 8-3 with a 2.57 ERA in 14 appearances (four starts)... eight wins were tied for second in the Big Ten and tied for the sixth-most in a single-season in school history... ERA was seventh-best in Big Ten... had 59 strikeouts to 22 walks... limited hitters to a .211 batting average -- the sixth-lowest in the league... went 7-1 with a 1.07 ERA in 10 relief appearances with 49 strikeouts to nine walks... went 4-1 with a 3.03 ERA in five Big Ten appearances... notched his eighth victory against Maryland (5/28) in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament... allowed one hit over six innings and had a career-high nine strikeouts... earned his seventh win, allowing one unearned run on three hits over 3 2/3 innings at Penn State (5/19)... fanned four without issuing a walk... pitched seven shutout innings to post his sixth win, scattering two hits and fanning five in a 2-1 victory over Kansas State (5/1)... retired the first 13 batters he faced... tallied his fifth win, tossing a careerbest seven innings in relief against No. 18/21 Michigan... allowed one run and struck out seven in the victory... recorded his fourth victory in his first career Big Ten start, allowing one run on four hits over five innings and fanning five against Illinois (4/10)... went 6 2/3 innings in relief at Minnesota (4/3), allowing two runs on five hits... earned his third victory, tossing four shutout innings, scattering two hits and fanning four against Maryland (3/26)... allowed one run on two hits and struck out six in relief at Missouri State (3/19), but was tagged with the loss... posted his second straight win against Savannah State (3/13), tossing 5 1/3 shutout innings, scattering three hits and striking out five... recorded his first career win, allowing two runs on seven hits over 4 2/3 innings

at Southern Illinois (3/5)... pitched shutout two innings in relief against Chicago State, striking out five of the six batters he faced... made his first career weekend start Feb. 20 at Dallas Baptist. 2015 -- Went 0-0 with a 2.18 ERA in nine appearances, including five midweek starts... allowed five runs on 15 hits over 20 2/3 innings... had 17 strikeouts against seven walks... limited hitters to a .203 batting average... tossed a career-long 4 2/3 innings against Western Illinois (5/5), allowing two runs on three hits, fanning a career-high four... went four innings, allowing one run on two hits with three strikeouts against Cornell College (4/15)... made his first career start, going 3 2/3 innings, allowing one run on one hit against Grand View (3/31)... retired the first 10 batters he faced... made his Hawkeye debut against AIB (3/11). High School -- First-team all-state pitcher by coaches, second-team all-state pitcher by media as a senior... also was a first-team All-MVC and first-team all-district... went 9-2 with a 1.44 ERA with 80 strikeouts as a senior... went 5-0 with a 3.47 ERA with 45 strikeouts as a junior... helped team to a state runner-up finish in 2014, a conference title in 2013 and third-place showing in 2014... high school coach was Charlie Stumpff... also played basketball, helping team to back-to-back state championships in 2013 and 2014... National Honor Society... graduated with honors. Personal -- Born Sept. 9, 1995... son of Bill and Julie Gallagher... mother played softball and basketball at Missouri Western... has an older sister, Morgan... majoring in sports business. PAG E 16


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#20 AUSTIN GUZZO

C/3B • 6-2 • 203 • Jr. • L/R Brooklin, Ontario, Canada All Saints Catholic High School

2016 Honors -- Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament team selection... Academic All-Big Ten honoree. 2016 -- Hit .264 with 25 RBIs and 18 runs... hit three home runs and drew 20 walks... has started 30 games at four different positions -- 23 at DH, two at first base, four in outfield, and one at catcher... reached base safely in 13 straight games from Feb. 21-March 19... hit .357 with five RBIs and two runs scored in four Big Ten Tournament games... went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBIs in the opening round win over Minnesota (5/25)... had an RBI single during Iowa's ninth-inning rally and eventual 5-4, 10-inning win over Ohio State (5/27)... had hits in two games at Penn State, hitting .500 (2-of-4) with an RBI... finished 2-for-3 in series finale at Ohio State (5/8)... went 2-for-5 with two runs and an RBI in the series finale at Indiana (4/17)... connected on his third home run of the season -- a two-run shot -- at Minnesota (4/3), finishing the game 1-for-3 with two RBIs... hit .333 in the series against Maryland (3/25-27), including a 3-for-4, two double, two RBI performance in a game one victory... belted his second home run against Savannah State (3/13), finishing 1-for-3 with two runs and an RBI... went 3-for-4 with a double, three RBIs, and five runs scored against Northwestern College (3/8)... tied a school record with five runs... hit .500 in a pair of games at Southern Illinois, finishing 2-for-2 with two walks in the finale (3/6)... had a pinch-hit two-run single against Chicago State (2/28). 2015 -- Appeared in 26 games with 15 starts -- 11 at catcher, two at first base, and two at designated hitter... hit .217 (13-of-60) with seven RBIs and seven runs... had a lead-off pinch-hit single and scored a run to jumpstart Iowa's ninth inning come-from-behind 4-3 victory over Northwestern (4/17)... finished 1-for-2 with an RBI double in series finale against No. 19 Indiana (3/29)... tallied his first career triple, finishing 1-for-3 with a run against AIB (3/11)... went 1-for-2 with two RBIs in series finale at Middle Tennessee (3/8)... collected hits in his first four career games... had a pair of doubles in two games and two RBIs against Cincinnati (2/27-28)... made start at first base against Cincinnati (2/27)... posted his second-straight two-hit game, going 2-for-4 with a run scored against Missouri State (2/21)... made his first career start against George Mason (2/15), finishing 2-for-4 with a run and RBI... also threw out both would-be base stealers... named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Feb. 16.

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G & B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F % 2015 .217 26-15 60 7 13 3 1 0 7 1 8 .300 5 1 1 5 3 .284 1 1 1 72 11 2 .976 2016 .264 43-30 106 18 28 4 0 3 25 41 .387 20 1 36 0 .383 1 0 0 26 3 3 .906 T O T A L . 2 4 7 6 9 - 4 5 1 6 6 2 5 4 1 7 1 3 3 2 5 9 . 3 5 5 2 5 2 51 3 .349 2 1 1 98 14 5 .957

High School -- Played for the 17U Ontario Blue Jays in 2013, leading the team with a .396 batting average with four home runs, seven triples, and 15 doubles... also posted a .610 slugging and .510 on-base percentage... was a Perfect Game High School first-team selection for Canada/Puerto Rico... led Blue Jays to a runner-up finish at the AAU World Series in Florida, hitting .750 in nine games... the squad was ranked 46th by Perfect Game for all 17U teams in North America... competed in a Tournament 12 Showcase at the Rogers Centre, where he was an all-star catcher... high school coach was Dan Bleiwas. Personal -- Born Jan. 1, 1996, in Markham, Canada... son of Amedeo Guzzo-Foliaro and Christine Law... has an older brother, Vincent... majoring in sports management and recreation. PAG E 17


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MITCHELL BOE BIO Hawk Item -- Was a CSBL All-Star Game selection in 2016, playing for the Lombard Orioles. 2016 -- Started 18 games at second base... hit .190 with 12 runs and four RBIs... drew 13 walks on the year... hit a team-best .556 in three-game series at Ohio State (5/6-8)... went 3-for-5 with a double and a career-high three runs scored in game two for his first career multi-hit game... finished 2-for-4 in the series finale... went 1-for-3 with a run scored and steal against Grand View (4/26)... tied a school record, drawing four walks against Air Force (4/13)... scored a career-high three runs and had an RBI... drew two walks and scored a run in Iowa’s 12-3 victory over Northern Illinois (3/29)... made his first career start Feb. 27 against Dartmouth, going 1-for-4... went 1-for-4 with two runs and an RBI in a win over Chicago State (2/28)... saw his first career collegiate action as a defensive replacement at Dallas Baptist (2/19).

#4 MITCHELL BOE

IF • 5-10 • 175 • So. • L/R Naperville, Ill. Joilet Catholic High School

High School -- Ranked as a top-500 prospect nationally by Perfect Game... all-state and ESCC Offensive Player of the Year honoree as a senior... won the 2013 Illinois State Championship and 2014 Illinois Summer State Championship... two-time first-team all-conference... hit .394 as a senior, .357 as a junior, and .301 as a sophomore... 2014 WWBA All-Tournament selection in Atlanta... recipient of the 2014 Steve Bajenski Award... played for Team Demarini for four years... also played for the Midwest Reds Scout Team... high school coach was Jared Voss... club coaches were Andy Stack and Charlie Hayes. Personal -- Born July 11, 1996... son of Kim and Kathy Boe... has an older sibling, Kori... undecided on a major.

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G & B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F % 2016 .190 33-18 58 12 11 1 0 0 4 12 .207 13 0 13 3 .338 0 1 2 38 47 4 .955 T O T A L . 1 9 0 3 3 - 1 8 5 8 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 4 12 .207 13 0 13 3 .338 0 1 2 38 47 4 .955

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ZACH DANIELS BIO 2016 Honors-- Named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week on March 14... 2016 -- Hit .167 with 16 RBIs and 14 runs scored... had a team-leading 10 sacrifice hits to tie for second in Big Ten... started 29 games at second base... went 1-1 with a 1.50 ERA and a team-high five saves in 16 appearances... five saves were tied for ninth in Big Ten... had 15 strikeouts to four walks... allowed zero runs in 14 of his 16 appearances... didn't allow a run over his last 11 1/3 innings, spanning 10 appearances... drew three walks and scored two runs in Iowa's Big Ten Tournament win over Maryland (5/28)... notched his fifth save in the series opening win at Penn State (5/19), getting four outs... went 2-for-4 with an RBI in game two at Penn State (5/20) -- his sixth multi-hit game... recorded his fourth save, getting the final four outs in a series-clinching win over Michigan State (5/15)... went a career-long two innings, striking out a pair, to notch his third save in a 3-0 win over Grand View (4/26)... tallied his second save, getting the final out with the bases loaded in series finale against Michigan (4/24)... got out of a bases-loaded, oneout jam to record his first career save in a 4-3 series-clinching victory over Illinois (4/10)... hit .364 in three-game series at Minnesota (4/1-3), collecting hits in all three games... went 2-for-4 with an RBI in game one and scored two runs and had a double in game two victory... scored the game-tying run in the eighth inning in a 4-1 come-from-behind victory over Maryland (3/26)... drove in the game-tying run and scored the winning run in Iowa's 7-6 walk-off victory over Bradley (3/22)... also earned his first win, throwing one perfect inning against Bradley... hit .429 at the Spring Swing with two RBIs and three runs... named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week on March 14 after hitting .571 with five RBIs and three runs in two wins... finished 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI against Savannah State (3/13)... made his first career start at second base against Northwestern College (3/8), finishing 1-for-3 with a run and four RBIs... drove in his first career run against Indiana State (2/26)... threw 1 2/3 shutout innings in his collegiate debut at Dallas Baptist (2/20), striking out one.

#2 ZACH DANIELS

RHP/IF • 5-11 • 166 • So. • L/R Robins, Iowa Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G & B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F % 2016 .167 36-29 96 14 16 2 0 0 16 18 .188 17 0 20 2 .292 0 10 6-7 60 81 6 .959 T O T A L . 1 6 7 3 6 - 2 9 9 6 1 4 1 6 2 0 0 1 6 1 8 . 1 8 8 1 7 0 20 2 .292 0 10 6-7 60 81 6 .959

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High School -- Ranked as a Top-500 prospect nationally by Perfect Game... named the Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior... named to the All-State Super Team as a junior and senior... Class 4A All-State Captain in 2014 and 2015... Class 4A Player of the Year by Sport Spotlight as a senior... All-State Elite Team by Des Moines Register as a senior... two-time first team all-state selection by Iowa Newspaper Association, Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association and Sports Spotlight... two-time Mississippi Valley Conference Mississippi Division Player of the Year... three-time all-conference selection... two-time all-district and all-metro honoree... Class 4A Large School East All-Star and All-Star Most Valuable Player... excelled as a two-way player... hit .519 (70-of-135) with 46 runs, 27 RBIs, 19 doubles, five triples, and two home runs as a senior... went 26-of-27 on the base paths and had a .589 on-base and .778 slugging percentage... went 4-2 with a 2.52 ERA with 54 strikeouts in 50 innings... as a junior, went 8-1 with a 1.01 ERA over 62 2/3 innings, strikeing out 42 to 13 walks... hit .467 with 37 runs, 13 doubles, one triple, 32 RBIs, and 22 steals... went 5-2 with a 2.22 ERA over 53 2/3 innings as a sophomore with 31 strikeouts... holds single-season school records for hits (70) and doubles (19), and is second in triples (five), and batting average (.519)... ranks in top-three in six carer categories, including first in toughest to strikeout, third in steals (59), hits (159), doubles (35), triples (eight), and batting average (.438)... helped team to a state quarterfinal appearance in 2014 and to the semifinals as a senior... was a Perfect Game All-American and All-Region honoree in 2014 and 2015, playing for the Perfect Game Select Team... was a 2014 underclass honorable mention selection and a Central All-Region second-team honoree in 2015... also was an all-conference guard on the basketball team on two state qualifier teams... recipient of six Kennedy High School Academic Athlete Awards in baseball and basketball... 2014 IHSAA Distinguished Academic Achievement Baseball Award... high school coach was Brett Hoyer... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born April 21, 1997... son of Mark and Colleen Daniels... has a younger sister, Caitlynn... mother played collegiate volleyball at Morningside College... uncle, Bill McGuire, played collegiate tennis at Iowa... uncle, Wayne Daniels, played professional baseball in Chicago White Sox organization... was a high school teammate of fellow UI freshman Sammy Lizarraga... majoring in business.

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LU K E FA R LEY B I O 2016 -- Hit .239 with 12 RBIs and 10 runs scored... started 14 games -- seven at DH and seven in the outfield... hit a pinch-hit, three-run home run -- the first of his career -- against No. 18/21 Michigan (4/23)... went 1-for-1 with a double in game two at Indiana (4/16)... went 2-for-3 with two runs and a career-high four RBIs in win over Northwestern College (3/8)... just missed a firstinning grand slam... made his first career start as designated hitter against Chicago State (2/28), finishing 2-for-3 with a double, two walks, three RBIs, and two runs scored... drew a walk in his first career at-bat -- as a pinch hitter -- at Dallas Baptist (2/20).

#8 LUKE FARLEY

C/3B • 6-2 • 212 • Jr. • L/R Brooklin, Ontario, Canada All Saints Catholic High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G & B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F % 2016 .239 29-14 46 10 11 3 0 1 12 17 .370 13 2 16 2 .419 1 0 1 11 0 1 .917 T O T A L . 2 3 9 2 9 - 1 4 4 6 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 2 1 7 . 3 7 0 1 3 2 16 2 .419 1 0 1 11 0 1 .917

High School -- Ranked as the 183rd-best prospect nationally by Perfect Game and the top player in Iowa, receiving a grade of 10... rated as the 78th-best prospect nationally by Prep Baseball Report... Perfect Game All-American honorable mention in 2013 and 2015 and high honorable mention in 2014... two-time N.I.C.L. Most Valuable Player... all-state Super Team as a senior... twotime all-state by I.N.A. and IHSCBA... four-time all-metro and three-time first-team all-conference selection... first-team all-district as a pitcher in 2014 and 2015... Louisville Slugger second-team high school All-American and recipient of the Gene Schultz All-Opponent Award as a junior... All-Star for Small Schools East and MVP of team... All-Great Plains Region honoree by Perfect Game as senior... hit better than .400 in all four high school seasons... hit .429 with 48 hits, 39 runs, 15 doubles, two triples, six home runs, and 39 RBIs as a freshman, .435 with 57 hits, 30 runs, 12 doubles, four triples, four home runs, and 52 RBIs as a sophomore, .481 with 52 hits, 45 runs, 16 doubles, five triples, six home runs, and 43 RBIs as a junior, and .450 with 50 hits, 43 runs, 10 doubles, one triple, four home runs, and 33 RBIs as a senior... 42-of45 on the base paths his final three seasons... had a .889 slugging and .600 on-base percentage as a junior... went 22-8 on the mound during his career with a 0.91 ERA as a junior and a 0.88 ERA as a senior... ranks on Iowa's all-time career lists for hits (238), RBIs (190), and doubles (61)... helped team to a runner-up state finish in 2015 and to a semifinal appearance in 2013... was the national champion in the pitch, hit, and run competition in 2009 and third in 2011... played for Perfect Game Iowa Select Navy team in 2014 and 2015... also was a four-year track and field letterwinner, winning the conference discus title in 2014 and finishing as runner-up in 2015... placed 10th at Drake Relays in 2014, fifth in 2014, and sixth in 2015... received the Award for Academic Excellence six times... two-time class President... high school coach was Don Spore... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born Nov. 9, 1996... son of Larry and Robin Farley... has two siblings, Brianna and Brock... majoring in pre-dental.

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SAMMY LIZARRAGA BIO 2016 -- Missed the final month of the season because of injury... went 1-0 with a 0.79 ERA in eight appearances... had 12 strikeouts to three walks in 11 1/3 innings... tossed two shutout innings, fanning two, in his first career Big Ten appearance against Illinois (4/9)... earned his first career victory, throwing two shutouts innings and fanning one against Milwaukee (4/6)... threw 2 1/3 innings against Northwestern College (3/8), allowing three hits and striking out three... made his collegiate debut against Indiana State (2/26), striking out the only batter he faced. High School -- Two-time All-State Super Team selection... two-time first-team all-state, first-team all-district, first-team All-MVC Conference, and first-team all-metro honoree... tabbed as the 2015 U.S. Marine Corps Male Athlete of the Year... competed in the Senior All-Star Game and on the Japan-Metro Team... named the Class 4A Pitcher of the Year as a junior... two-time Metro Sports Player of the Week honoree... was the KCRG Athlete of the Week as a junior... went 8-0 with a 0.70 ERA with 72 strikeouts over 50 innings as a senior... allowed 28 hits and issued nine walks... hit .364 with 25 RBIs, three home runs, and a .468 on-base percentage... went 8-1 with a 1.45 ERA over 58 innings as a junior... had 53 strikeouts to 12 walks... finished his career fourth all-time with 22 victores in school history... helped team to a pair of state semifinal appearances (2012, 2015) and two conference titles (2012, 2014)... also was a second-team all-district quarterback, finishing second all-time in single season touchdown passes and fourth all-time in career touchdown passes... was a four-year academic athlete honoree... high school coach was Brett Hoyer.

#29 SAMMY LIZARRAGA

Personal -- Born Nov. 5, 1996... son of Jim and Deanne Lizarraga... has an older brother, Jimmy, who was an honorable mention All-Midwest Collegiate Conference catcher in 2015 at Mount Mercy... majoring in sports and recreation management.

RHP • 6-6 • 248 • So. • R/R Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School

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COLE MCDONALD BIO 2016 Honors -- Named to UI Dean's List in fall semester. 2016 -- Went 4-1 with a 3.33 ERA over 24 1/3 innings as Iowa's midweek starter... had 29 strikeouts to six walks... fanned a career-high six batters in start at Western Illinois (5/17), allowing two runs on two hits over three innings... went a career-long five innings, scattering four hits and fanning five to tally his fourth victory against Grand View (4/26)... tallied his third win going four innings, scattering two hits and fanning five against Air Force (4/13)... had a four strikeouts in two innings against Northern Illinois (3/29)... earned his second straight win, allowing one hit over two innings against Point University (3/14)... made his first career start and tallied his first win, throwing two shutout innings against Northwestern College (3/8)... made his first career appearance at Dallas Baptist (2/21).

#11 COLE MCDONALD

RHP • 6-1 • 195 • So. • L/R New Hampton, Iowa New Hampton High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . E R A W - L A - G S C G S H O S V I P H R E R B B S O 2 B 3 B H R B F B / A V G W P H B P B K S F A S F A 2 0 1 6 3 . 3 3 4 - 1 1 0 - 8 0 0 0 2 4 . 1 23 9 9 6 2 9 2 0 0 1 0 1 . 2 5 0 1 1 2 0 2 TOTAL 3 . 3 3 4 - 1 1 0 - 8 0 0 0 2 4 . 1 23 9 9 6 2 9 2 0 0 1 0 1 . 2 5 0 1 1 2 0 2

High School -- Rated as a Top-500 prospect nationally by Perfect Game... Iowa Newspaper Association and Iowa High School Coaches Association first-team all-state honoree as a senior... second team all-state as a sophomore and third team all-state as a freshman... four-time firstteam all-district and four-time all-conference selection, earning first team honors as a freshman, sophomore, and senior... recipient of the "Team Captain" Award as a junior and senior and the Coaches Appreciation Award as a junior... went 2-0 with a 0.39 ERA with 29 strikeouts in 18 innings as a junior before suffering an elbow injury... didn't pitch as a senior, recovering from Tommy John surgery... went 10-2 with a 2.12 ERA with 94 strikeouts to 23 walks over 79 1/3 innings as a freshman... had a 10-3 record with a 0.98 ERA with 152 strikeouts to 26 walks over 85 1/3 innings as a sophomore... limited hitters to a .140 average... holds single season school records in wins (10), ERA (0.98), strikeouts (152), winning percentage (.889), shutouts (seven), batting average (.490) and steals (26)... helped team to a 2015 Northeast Iowa Conference title... played club ball for Perfect Game Select... also was an all-state and all-district defensive back in football, a four-year letterwinner and two-time all-conference selection in basketball and a conference and district champion and state placewinner in track and field... he was team captain of football, basketball, and baseball teams as a senior... National Honor Society... recipient of the Governor's Scholar Award, Bernie Saggau Award, American Citizenship Award, and Academic Excellence Award (all four years)... was class president as a junior and vice president as senior... was a class officer all four years... high school coach was Cory McDonald... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born March 11, 1997... son of Cory and Shelly McDonald... has three younger siblings, Alison, Hope, and Jacob... father played college football at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa... majoring in business.

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IOWABASE BALL #44 ROBERT NEUSTROM OF • 6-3 • 209 • So. • L/L S ioux City, Iowa Sioux City North High School

C A R E E R S TAT S Y r . A v g . G P - G S A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G & B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F % 2016 .307 52-38 153 27 47 6 3 1 21 62 .405 17 4 34 5 .389 1 0 4 78 3 2 .976 T O T A L . 3 0 7 5 2 - 3 8 1 5 3 2 7 4 7 6 3 1 2 1 6 2 . 4 0 5 1 7 4 34 5 .389 1 0 4 78 3 2 .976

ROB E RT N E USTROM B IO 2016 Honors -- Big Ten Freshman of the Week on March 28. 2016 -- Hit .307 with 24 runs and 21 RBIs... had tjree triples, tied for the sixth-most in the Big Ten... started 38 games in the outfield... had 12 multihit games (five two-hit, seven three-hit)... finished with a .462 average at the Big Ten Tournament... went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, two walks, and a run scored in semifinal win over Maryland (5/28)... went 2-for-4 with a run and RBI in championship game against Ohio State (5/29)... hit .308 (4-of-13) with three runs and two RBIs at Penn State (5/19-20)... went 2-for-4 with a triple and two runs scored in game two... finished 2-for-5 with a double, run, and RBI at Western Illinois (5/17)... went 3-for-4 with an RBI in series opener against Michigan State (5/13)... tallied his fifth three-hit game against Western Illinois (5/3), finishing 3-for-5 with two RBIs... went 3-for-5 -- his fourth three-hit game -- with two RBIs in series finale at Indiana (4/17)... went 2-for-3 with two runs and a career-high four RBIs against Northern Illinois (3/29)... connected on his first career home run -- a two-run shot -- in the second inning... hit a team-best .667 (6-of-9) against Maryland, tallying hits in all three games... went 2-for-3 with a triple, two RBIs, and run scored in game one (3/25) and 3-for-3 in game two (3/26)... posted a .500 average (4-for-8) at Missouri State (3/18-20)... went 3-for-4 with a double in game two of the series... hit .400 (4-for-10) at the Spring Swing... posted his first career multi-hit game against Savannah State (3/13), finishing 3-for-6 with a double, two runs, and RBI... named the No. 2 impact freshman in the Big Ten Conference by D1Baseball.com. High School -- Ranked as the 482nd-best prospect nationally by Perfect Game... Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior... ABCA/Rawlings All-Region team honoree as a senior... Perfect Game All-American honorable mention and Perfect Game second-team all-region... Sioux Land Sports Authority All-American as a junior... two-time MRAC Player of the Year... two-time Super Team All-State and first-team all-state honoree... three-time first-team all-conference, first-team all-district, and first-team all-western Iowa... team MVP as a junior and senior and Offensive MVP as a sophomore... second-team all-district as a freshman... hit .472 with 14 doubles, six home runs, five triples and 49 RBIs as a senior... batted .540 with 19 doubles, two home runs, and 48 RBIs as a junior... hit .415 with 18 doubles, four home runs, and 38 RBIs as a sophomore and .375 with eight doubles, two home runs, and 19 RBIs as a freshman... helped team to a 2015 conference title... also was a third-team all-state, first-team all-district, two-time all-district honorable mention, and first-team all-western Iowa in football and a first-team all-conference, all-district, and all-conference honorable mention selection in basketball... holds the single-season school record for most receiving yards and receptions in football... recipient of the Bernie Saggau Award... academic allconference and academic all-state in football and baseball... vice president of the National Honor Society... high school coach was Rory Jackson. Personal -- Born Nov. 12, 1996... son of Tim and Laura Neustrom... has two siblings, Traci Neustrom and Timoni West... uncle, Kelly, was a collegiate quarterback and uncle, Kirk, was a defensive back at Wayne State... majoring in engineering. PAG E 23


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SHANE RITTER BIO 2016 -- Went 2-1 with a 3.00 ERA in 13 appearances (two starts)... had 19 strikeouts in 27 innings... logged his second start in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal game against Maryland... tossed three shutout innings, allowing three hits... earned his second win, tossing three shutout innings, scattering two hits and fanning two at Western Illinois (5/17)... made his first Big Ten appearance at Indiana (4/16), tossing 2 1/3 shutout innings, allowing one hit and fanning two... earned his first career victory, allowing four runs on six hits over four innings against Air Force (4/12)... struck out a career-high six to one walk in the relief outing... made his first career start against Milwaukee (4/6), tossing two shutout innings, fanning a pair... threw 1 2/3 innings of hitless relief against Bradley (3/22) with two strikeouts and two walks... made his collegiate debut against Northwestern College (3/8), throwing two innings of one-hit ball.

#18 SHANE RITTER

RHP • 6-4 • 196 • So. • R/R Plainfield, Ill. Plainfield South High School

High School -- Ranked as the 325th-best prospect nationally by Perfect Game... was rated as the ninth-best prospect in Illinois by the Prep Baseball Report... all-state and all-area honoree as a senior... two-time all-conference selection... went 3-1 with a 2.19 ERA as a sophomore, 5-3 with a 2.01 ERA as a junior, and 5-3 with a 0.67 ERA with 99 strikeouts over 61 innings as a senior... the 99 strikeouts are a single-season school record... pitched a complete game, no hitter in regional semifinal and a complete game to win a regional title as a sophomore... also was an all-conference selection in basketball as a junior and senior... honor roll all four years... played for the Illinois Edge... high school coach was Phil Bodine... club coach was Tony Folino. Personal -- Born Feb. 21, 1997, in Mesa, Arizona... son of Don and Susie Ritter... has two siblings, Brett and Kyle... majoring in sports recreation and business.

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#35 JAKE ADAMS

1B • 6-2 • 250 • Jr. • R/R Brandon, S.D. Des Moines Area CC Brandon Valley High School

At DMACC (2015 & 2016) -- First-team All-American as a sophomore after hitting .360 with 25 home runs, 75 RBIs and 59 runs... had 24 multi-hit games, including four two home run games and 23 multi-RBI contests... ranked second in the nation in home runs, fourth in slugging percentage (.860), seventh in total bases (172), 10th in RBIs, and 15th in doubles (19)... two-time all-conference selection, earning first-team honors as a sophomore and second-team honors as a freshman... also was a NJCAA Region XI Division II Second-Team All-Region player as a freshman... holds the DMACC single-season (25) and career home run records (42)... hit .390 with 17 home runs, 54 RBIs and 62 runs as a freshman... ranked seventh nationally in home runs, 13th in total bases (139), and 15th in slugging percentage (.764). High School -- Hit .398 with five home runs as a junior... also was a linebacker in football and center in basketball... earned all-district honors in basketball. Personal -- Born Dec. 23, 1995... son of Bob and Laurie Adams... has three siblings, Hannah, Gracie, and Jackson... majoring in sports studies.

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#5 TYLER CROPLEY

C/OF • 5-11 • 185 • Jr. • R/R McCook Lake, S.D. Iowa Western CC Bishop Heelan High School

At Iowa Western Community College (2015 & 2016) -- All-Region XI first-team selection as a sophomore after hitting .403 with five home runs, nine doubles, 27 RBIs, 35 runs, and two steals... had 14 multi-hit, nine multi-run, and nine multi-RBI games... finished with a .271 (23of-85) average with six doubles, 21 runs, 19 RBIs, and three steals in 45 games as freshman... went 106-22 in two seasons... team finished fourth at NJCAA World Series in 2016 and fifth in 2014... helped team to back-to-back conference, Region XI, and district titles... junior college coach was Marc Rardin. High School -- Three-time high school all-state selection... four-time all-conference and three-time all-district and All-Western Iowa honoree... 2014 All-Iowa Super Team selection... played in Iowa All-Star Baseball Series... helped team to back-to-back Class 3A third-place finishes and three straight conference titles... school record-holder in career RBIs (142) and hits (186), is second in career doubles (45), and eighth in wins (18)... holds single-season doubles (20) record and is eighth in single-season batting average (.466)... ranks seventh in career average (.390) and innings pitched (144 2/3)... hit .466 with four home runs, 37 RBIs and nine steals as a senior, .374 with two home runs and 35 RBIs as a junior, .361 with four home runs and 43 RBIs as a sophomore, and .360 with one home run and 27 RBIs as a freshman... also won 18 games and struck out 144 on the mound, going 4-0 as a freshman, 7-0 with a 1.67 ERA as a junior, and 4-1 with a 0.89 ERA as a senior... was an elite all-state and all-division honoree in football as a senior... placed third in Class 3A in long jump as a senior and eighth at the Drake Relays... Honor Roll member as junior and senior... high school coach was Andy Osborne.

#23 KYLE CROWL

IF • 6-2 • 195 • Fr. • R/R Council Bluffs, Iowa Abraham Lincoln High School

High School -- Ranked as the No. 367-best player nationally by Perfect Game... 2014 and 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... first-team all-state selection as a senior, hitting .440 with six home runs, 33 RBIs, and 14 steals... two-time first-team all-conference and all-district selection... was a Perfect Game Preseason AllAmerican... hit .379 with 13 doubles, 21 runs, and 17 RBIs as a junior... also stole seven bases... played for the Perfect Game Iowa Select Black Team for four years... also earned all-conference and All-Western Iowa honors in basketball, where he is the state record holder for 3-pointers made in a game with 13... holds school records for 3-pointers in a season, career scoring, and all-time 3-point leader...was a two-time state qualifier in tennis, where he was a conference, district, and city singles champion... earned academic all-conference honors in all three sports and was a member of the Honor Roll... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born May 19, 1998... son of Ron and Mary Jo Crowl... has two siblings, Alex and Collin... Alex played college baseball at Iowa Western Community College; Collin played at Ohlone College and Cal Lutheran... majoring in business.

Personal -- Born Dec. 10, 1995... son of Dean and Lesa Cropley... father played baseball at Wayne State; mother played softball at South Dakota... has a younger sister, Ellie... majoring in health and human physiology.

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#16 ZACH FRICKE

C/RHP • 6-0 • 202 • RS Jr. • L/R Waterloo, Iowa North Iowa Area CC Waterloo West High School

2016 -- Redshirted... did not see any game action. At NIACC -- Played two seasons at North Iowa Area Community College, helping the Trojans to a second place ICCAC finish, a Region 11 and district title, and an eighth place finish at the NJCAA World Series as a sophomore... hit .343 (69-of-201) with 13 doubles, one triple, and 12 home runs as a sophomore... scored 59 runs and drove in 71, which are a single-season school record... finished with 46 walks, a .479 on-base, and .597 slugging percentage... 12 home runs and 46 walks are the third-most in school history... led NIACC in walks (30) and home runs (five) as a freshman, scoring 30 runs and driving in 27 in 54 games... NIACC record holder in career walks (75), second in home runs (17), and fifth in RBIs (98)... coached by Travis Hergert. High School -- First-team all-state selection as a junior... three-time first-team all-district... three-time All-MVC honoree, earning first-team honors as a junior and senior... hit .413 (43of-104) with 25 runs, 29 RBIs, seven doubles, two triples, and five home runs as a sophomore, posting a .527 on-base and .663 slugging percentage... hit .496 (56-of-113) with 14 doubles, three triples, six home runs, 13 runs and 32 RBIs as a junior, posting a .832 slugging and .575 on-base percentage... hit .368 (36-of-106) with 16 doubles, one triple, five home runs, 25 runs, and 31 RBIs as a senior... played for the Iowa Select Black team in 2012 and 2013... also was a two-time state qualifier and letterwinner in swimming... high school coach was Kory Kelchen. Personal -- Born May 17, 1995... son of David Fricke and Danay Kelly... has two siblings, Taylor and Jacob... majoring in health and human physiology.

FRICKE/HOEG/JENKINS BIOS

#3 MATT HOEG

IF • 6-1 • 196 • Jr. • R/R Waukee, Iowa Iowa Western CC Waukee High School

At Iowa Western Community College (2015 & 2016) -- NJCAA honorable-mention All-American as a sophomore... first-team All-Region XI and northern district team selection... hit .425 in 2016 with eight home runs, 22 doubles, and five triples with 60 RBIs, 47 runs, and six steals... had 23 multi-hit, 12 multi-run, and 15 multi-RBI contests... went 4-for-4 with two doubles, a home run, three runs, and seven RBIs against Muscatine and 4-for-4 with two home runs, a double, three runs, and five RBIs at Indian Hills... honorable-mention All-Region XI selection as a freshman after finishing with a .311 (28of-90) average with six doubles, two triples, and two home runs... drove in 21, scored 17 runs, and had a .489 slugging percentage... went 106-22 in two seasons... team finished fourth at NJCAA World Series in 2016 and fifth in 2014... helped team to back-to-back conference, Region XI, and district titles... junior college coach was Marc Rardin. High School -- Two-time first-team all-conference selection... 2014 first-team all-state honoree... 2013 elite all-state selection in football... hit .394 with nine home runs, 41 RBIs, and nine steals as a senior and .328 with five home runs, 27 RBIs, and six steals as a junior... led team to a fifth place Class 4A finish in 2014... also was a two-time elite all-state selection in football and a state qualifier and Drake Relays runner in track and field... Honor Roll recipient with a 3.9 GPA... high school coach was Dave Dirkx.

#6 JUSTIN JENKINS

OF • 5-10 • 196 • Fr. • L/L Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute S outh High S chool

High School -- Ranked as a top-500 player nationally by Perfect Game... four-time all-conference and all-district selection... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... three-time team captain... played in the Indiana High School All-Star Game as a senior... finished his career as the school record-holder in triples (12)... hit .413 with 37 RBIs and nine steals as a senior, .383 with four doubles, three triples, and two home runs as a junior with 29 runs, 10 RBIs, and 13 steals... had a .391 average as a sophomore with 25 RBIs and 15 steals and .366 average as a freshman with 17 RBIs and six steals... played for the Indiana Bulls 14U-17U from 2012-15... was the national team runner-up playing with 18U Past Time... three-time all-conference and two-time first-team all-state selection as a receiver in football... holds single-season record in yards (1,268) and career receptions (107)... also ranks on Indiana top-25 record for longest reception (99 yards)... member of the National Honor Society and named to the Honor Roll from 2013-16... member of Student Council... high school coach was Kyle Kraemer... club coach was Sean Laird. Personal -- Born July 21, 1997... son of Jeff and Cindy Jenkins... father played football at Ohio Northern University... has an older brother, Travis... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Personal -- Born Aug. 26, 1995... son of Robert and Andrea Hoeg... father played baseball at Northwest Missouri State... has two older siblings, Mark and Morgan... Morgan played collegiate softball at Austin Peay and Wayne State... majoring in exercise science.

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#7 GRANT JUDKINS

3B/RHP • 6-3 • 207 • Fr. • L/R Pella, Iowa Pella High School

High School -- Ranked as the No. 226-best player nationally by Perfect Game... 2016 Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior... IHSBCA Player of the Year as a senior... elite-team all-state as a junior... three-time first-team all-state selection, second-team honoree as a sophomore... 2015 3A Player of the Year... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... three-time first-team all-conference selection... three-time team MVP... went 10-1 with a 0.64 ERA as a senior with 123 strikeouts... had an 11-1 record with a 0.56 ERA as a junior... struck out 112 in 74 innings and issued just 10 walks... hit .421 with six home runs, 39 runs, and 12 steals as a senior... hit .520 with 14 doubles, nine triples, and 13 home runs with 57 RBIs, 51 runs, and stole 15 bases... won 28 games and had 337 strikeouts as a high school pitcher... hit above .380 throughout high school... led team to two conference titles and to the Class 3A state semifinals in 2015 and 2016... played for Perfect Game Iowa Select for three years... also was an honorable mention all-conference selection in basketball, helping team to a third-place team finish... member of the National Honor Society... high school coach was Jesse Jablonski... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born Aug. 6, 1997... son of Rob and Shannon Judkins... father played collegiate baseball at Central College, mother played collegiate golf... has two brothers, Jordan and Blake, who both played collegiate baseball at Central College... majoring in business.

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#22 KOLE KAMPEN

LHP • 6-1 • 200 • Fr. • S/L Fort Dodge, Iowa Fort Dodge High School

Hawk Item -- Will miss the 2017 season, recovering from Tommy John surgery. High School -- Ranked as the No. 449-best player nationally by Perfect Game... 2015 IHSBCA first-team all-state honoree... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... first-team all-district, All-CIC Conference, and All-North Division in 2015... went 4-0 with a 0.42 ERA over 33 innings as a junior... had 57 strikeouts to eight walks and allowed just 20 hits... had a school-record 18 strikeouts in a single game -- tied for second-most in Class 4A... second-team all-conference in 2013 and 2014... missed a majority of his senior season after undergoing Tommy John surgery... four-year letterwinner in football, earning second-team all-conference and alldistrict honors in 2014 and 2015 and a CIC honorable mention distinction in 2013... also lettered in wrestling in 2012. Personal -- Born Oct. 31, 1997... son of Jeff and Vicki Kampen... has three siblings, Ashley Sunderman, Amie Farrell, and Tanner Kampen... brother, Tanner, was an All-America wrestler at Iowa Central Community College and he also competed at Wartburg College... undecided on a major.

#19 ADAM LAROCK

IF/OF • 6-1 • 180 • Fr. • S/R Eau Claire, Wis. Eau Claire North High School

High School -- Ranked as the No. 427-best player nationally by Perfect Game... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... three-time all-conference and three-time first-team all-area... all-district honoree as a senior... three-time team captain in baseball and football; also was captain in basketball as a junior... hit .329 with four home runs, 29 RBIs, and 12 steals as a senior... holds school record for most wins pitching (8) and career RBIs (77)... hit .432 in Legion ball in 2016 with nine home runs, 51 RBIs, 36 runs, 16 doubles, and 79 total hits... helped team to two conference titles and a state tournament appearance... four-year varsity starter in baseball, football, and basketball... school's all-time leader in passing yards, touchdowns, completions, and completion percentage and single-game passing yards and touchdowns... member of Student Council... high school coach was Bob Johnson... club coach was Greg Reinhard. Personal -- Born Feb. 14, 1998... son of Gene and Cindy LaRock... father played college football at Wisconsin-Eau Claire... has three older siblings, Trenton, Derek, and Meghan... majoring in sports and recreation management.

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#43 GRANT LEONARD RHP • 5-11 • 166 • Fr. • R/R Mokena, Ill. Lincoln Way High School

2016 -- Played at North Central College in fall of 2015. High School -- Went 2-0 with a 2.41 ERA as a junior with 17 strikeouts... had a 3-4 record with a 2.73 ERA with 53 strikeouts as a senior... played for Let It Rip Reign from 2013-15 and Chicago Clout in 2016, helping team to the NAGF Regional Championship... high school coach was Paul Babcock. Personal -- Born March 5, 1997... son of Mike and Julie Leonard... has two younger siblings, Jake and Caden... majoring in finance.

LEONARD/LIEURANCE/LINDAMAN BIOS

#10 DEREK LIEURANCE RHP • 6-0 • 207 • So. • R/R Cascade, Iowa North Iowa Area CC Cascade High School

At NIACC (2016) -- Second-team all-region honoree... all-conference selection... went 9-1 with a 3.99 ERA with 96 strikeouts over 67 2/3 innings... started 12 games and made 13 total appearances... ranked sixth nationally in strikeouts per game (12.77), 11th in strikeouts, and 19th in wins... ICCAC Division II Player of the Week on Feb. 21... had seven games with eight or more strikeouts... allowed one run on six hits and fanned 13 over eight innings against Ellsworth. High School -- Super Team All-State, first-team all-state, and TH Player of the Year as a senior... four-time all-conference and all-district and three-time all-area selection... went 7-1 with 103 strikeouts in 59 innings as a senior... helped team to three conference titles and a Class 2A state semifinal appearance in 2015... also was a two-time first-team all-state, all-district, and all-area quarterback... was district most valuable player honors in 2014 after throwing for 2,669 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior... holds school records for single-game, single-season, and career yards and touchdowns... high school coach was Roann Hummel.

#36 CONNOR LINDAMAN 1B • 6-5 • 235 • Fr. • R/R Davenport, Iowa Davenport Assumption High School

High School -- Ranked as a top-500 player nationally by Perfect Game... two-time first-team all-state selection... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... two-time first-team all-district, all-metro, and all-conference honoree... led the conference in doubles (17) and RBIs (36) as a junior, hitting .386 with three home runs and scored 34 runs... hit .415 with five home runs and 42 RBIs as a senior... helped team to a 2016 MAC title and a 2014 Class 3A state title... also was a two-time all-state selection in football... high school coach was Bill Argo... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born March 12, 1998... son of Troy and Diane Lindaman... dad played baseball at Northern Iowa; mother played basketball and ran track at William Penn... has a younger brother, Carson... majoring in business.

Personal -- Born Nov. 28, 1996, in Louisville, Kentucky... son of Jim and Julie Lieurance... has three younger brothers, Austin, Matt, and Jackson... majoring in communications.

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#37 KACE MASSNER OF • 6-5 • 225 • Fr. • L/R Burlington, Iowa Burlington High School

High School -- Ranked as the No. 461-best player nationally by Perfect Game... 2014 and 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game, achieving a 9.5 player rating on a 10-point scale... 2014 All-American Games Under Class Team... named to Rawlings Top Prospect Team seven times... Perfect Game Preseason All-American as junior and senior... first-team all-district and MAC honorable-mention selection after hitting .418 with eight home runs, 45 RBIs and 21 steals as a senior... named to Midwest Region Dream Team and played in IHSCA All-Star Series... had eight doubles, one triple, 26 runs, 12 RBIs, and 13 steals as a junior... had 14 doubles, two triples, three home runs, 51 runs, 45 RBIs, and 22 steals in 22 attempts in first two high school seasons... played for Perfect Game Iowa Select from 2013-15... also a member of the varsity basketball, golf, and soccer teams... four-year Honor Roll selection and seven-time All-Academic StudentAthlete Award recipient... high school coach was Brock Schneden... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born Nov. 6, 1997... son of Kirk and Caroline Massner, both UI graduates... has two older brothers, Kyler and Kody... Kody played college baseball at Loras College... majoring in computer science.

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#12 NICK NELSEN

RHP • 6-2 • 180 • Jr. • S/R West Des Moines, Iowa Johnson County CC Valley High School

At Johnson County (Kan.) Community College (2016) -- Honorable mention allconference selection... went 5-1 with a 2.36 ERA in 22 appearances... tallied one save and had 44 strikeouts over 26 2/3 innings... helped team post a 46-19 overall record and a 23-13 mark in league play. At Iowa Western Community College (2015) -- Tallied two saves and posted a 2.35 ERA over seven appearances... struck out eight over 7 2/3 innings... helped team post a 54-7 overall record and a 22-2 mark in conference action. High School -- Two-time all-state selection, earning honorable-mention honors as a junior and second-team as a senior... first-team all-district and all-conference as a senior... Iowa High School All-Star Series MVP... went 7-3 with a 0.97 ERA as a senior... helped team win a conference title and earn a berth in the state tournament as a senior... played club baseball for West Des Moines Marchers, Iowa Intensity, and Iowa Sticks... high school coach was Brady Weber. Personal -- Born Nov. 1, 1995... son of Geno and Juli Nelsen... has two older brothers, Ben and Alex... cousin, Joe Walsh, played at Iowa in 2015... majoring in infomatics.

#9 BEN NORMAN

OF • 6-2 • 189 • Fr. • L/R Des Moines, Iowa Roosevelt High School

High School -- Ranked No. 429 nationally by Perfect Game and as the No. 1 outfielder in Iowa and No. 6 prospect in the state overall... three-time all-conference honoree, earning first-team honors as a junior and senior, second-team as a sophomore... two-time first-team all-district... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... hit .386 with 24 RBIs and 29 steals as a senior... the 29 steals are a school record... hit .331 with eight doubles and two triples as a junior with 29 runs, 10 RBIs and 13 steals... helped team to a conference title and third-place Class 4A state finish in 2016... played on Perfect Game Iowa Select Black in 2015 and Perfect Game Select Roal in 2014... also was a starter and three-year varsity letterwinner in basketball... member of National Honor Society and Principal's List, carryied a 4.06 GPA... high school coach was Chris Miller... club coach was Steve James. Personal -- Born Feb. 15, 1998... son of Tom and Sarah Norman, both UI graduates... father played basketball at Iowa... has three older siblings, Sam, Riley, and Allie... older brother, Sam, is a senior on the Iowa baseball team and sister, Riley, played basketball at Creighton... uncle, John Bowlsby, wrestled at Iowa... uncle, Ron Norman played basketball at Iowa... uncle, Bob Bowlsby, is Iowa's former director of athletics... majoring in business.

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#32 SAM NORMAN

LHP • 6-5 • 223 • S r. • L/L Des Moines, Iowa Creighton University Roosevelt High School

At Creighton (2014-16) -- Went 2-0 with a 2.25 ERA in 23 career appearances... had eight strikeouts over 12 innings pitched... went 2-0 with a 1.93 ERA as a junior over 16 appearances... had seven strikeouts and held hitters to a .167 average over 9 1/3 innings... made six appearances as a sophomore, posting a 5.40 ERA... made his first career appearance against Stephen F. Austin on May 13, 2014. High School -- Second-team all-state honoree as a senior after hitting .398... two-time first-team all-conference and all-district honoree... went 2-1 as a senior, allowing six earned runs in 17 1/3 innings... posted a 3.12 ERA in six games, making five starts... hit .317 for his career with 19 extra base hits (15 doubles, one triple, and three home runs)... didn't pitch as a junior because of injury... helped team to two CIML Metro titles and a 2011 Class 4A State Tournament appearance... played for Perfect Game Iowa Select Team in 2010-11... also was a three-year basketball letterwinner, earning second-team allstate honors... was an AP National Scholar in 2012 and a member of the National Honor Society... high school coach was Ryan Fitzgerald. Personal -- Son of Tom and Sarah Norman, both UI graduates... father played collegiate basketball at Iowa... has three siblings, Allie, Riley, and Ben... younger brother, Ben, is a freshman on the Iowa baseball team and sister, Riley, played basketball at Creighton... uncle, John Bowlsby, wrestled at Iowa... uncle, Ron Norman played basketball at Iowa... uncle, Bob Bowlsby, is Iowa's former director of athletics... working on his master's degree in business administration.

NORMAN/PENNOCK/ROBISON BIOS

#34 COLE PENNOCK

LHP • 6-8 • 247 • Fr. • L/L Clinton, Iowa Clinton High School

High School -- Ranked as a top-500 player nationally by Perfect Game... ranked as one of the top prospects in the nation by "The Scouting News" and as a five-star recruit and one of the top pitchers in Iowa by Iowa Preps... 2015 Underclass High Honorable Mention by Perfect Game... all-conference, all-district, all-metro, and team's Most Valuable Pitcher in 2013, where he led Class 4A in wins as a freshman, going 11-3 with a 3.33 ERA with 56 strikeouts in 72 innings... recorded a win against defending state champion Ankeny in 2013 4A State Tournament -- Clinton's first postseason win since 1970... began high school career as an eighth grader, going 2-1 with 22 strikeouts in 26 1/3 innings... started a sub-state game as an eighth grader... three-year team captain in baseball... Conference All-Star Game player as a senior... holds school records in single-season innings pitched and wins... four-yera varsity letterwinner in basketball, where he was an all-conference/ all-district performer... recipient of the 2014 Dan Roushar Award for Leadership (basketball), four-year Future Business Leaders of America member... member of the National Honor Society... Class Salutiorian... member of 3.0 Club from 2012-16... high school coach was Kevin Cunningham. Personal -- Born April 10, 1998... son of Brandon and Jamie Pennock... has a younger sibling, Skyler... relative, Blake Pennock, played college football at Southwest Missouri State... majoring in human physiology.

#42 DRAKE ROBISON RHP • 6-1 • 165 • S r. • R/R Machesney Park, Ill. Ole Miss/Iowa Western CC Harlem High School

2016 -- Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules and regulations. At Ole Miss (2015) -- Made 16 appearances, going 0-1 with a 7.36 ERA... had 15 strikeouts over 18 1/3 innings... helped team to a 30-28 record and an NCAA Regional appearance. At Iowa Western Community College (2013 & 2014) -- ICCAC honorablemention selection in 2013 and 2014... went 6-1 with three saves with 46 strikeouts as a sophomore... went 9-3 with seven saves, 94 strikeouts and 39 walks over 78 2/3 innings in his career... went 101-25 in two seasons, helping team to the 2014 NJCAA National Championship, back-to-back conference, Region XI, and district titles... head coach was Marc Rardin. High School -- All-conference selection as a pitcher and third baseman... threeyear letterwinner... was a USSA All-American in 2010... went 8-4 with one save as a senior... had 81 strikeouts to 33 walks over 67 innings... high school coach was Doug Livingston. Personal -- Born July 9, 1994... son of Kelly and Dawn Robison... has one younger brother, Dalton, and one younger sister, Kennedy ... father, Kelly, played baseball at Rockford College.

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#45 KYLE SHIMP

LHP • 6-7 • 220 • RS Fr. • R/L Yorkville, Ill. Yorkville High School

2016 -- Redshirted... did not see any game action. High School -- Ranked as a Top-500 prospect nationally by Perfect Game... two-time NI Conference Most Valuable Player, two-time all-conference, and two-time Beacon News All-Area team honoree... Perfect Game Preseason All-American as a junior... went 4-4 with a 3.33 ERA with 59 strikeouts as sophomore... did not pitch as a junior, hit .343 with 14 doubles and three home runs... missed his senior season after undergoing Tommy John surgery... helped team to state titles in 2013 and 2014 and a runner-up finish in 2015... played for the Illinois Sparks club team from 2011-15... also was an all-area selection in basketball, where he received the Coach's Award... eight-time High Honor Roll, three-time academic all-conference, and and three-time recipient of the Academic Excellence Award... National Honor Society... high school coach was Scott Luken... club coaches were Kevin Sefcik and Bill Copp. Personal -- Born Oct. 4, 1996... son of Tim and Sue Shimp... has three younger siblings, Bailey, Carter, and Ryan... uncle, Bill Shimp, played college baseball at Iowa State... majoring in business.

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#28 CHRIS WHELAN

IF/OF • 6-1 • 196 • RS So. • R/R Wheaton, Ill. Parkland College Benet High School

At Parkland College (2016) -- Hit .299 with 40 hits, six doubles and a home run... scored 37 runs, had 30 RBIs, and posted a .420 on-base percentage... had just 17 strikeouts in 134 at-bats... had 10 multi-hit games on the year... helped team to a regional championship and World Series appearance, finishing eighth in the nation... was primarily the team's second baseman. At Bradley (2015) -- Received a medical redshirt... member of the MVC Honor Roll. High School -- ESCC Offensive Player of the Year as a senior after hitting .434 with 20 extra-base hits, 26 RBIs, 31 runs, and two home runs... Team Most Valuable Player... also earned all-state and all-area honors... two-time ESCC All-Conference selection... was president of the bowling club as a senior... high school coach was Scott Lawler. Personal -- Born June 12, 1996, in Chicago... son of Michael and Mary Ellen Whelan... has three sibings, Pat, Tim, and Mary Kate... uncle, Tim Shanley, swam collegiately at Michigan State... majoring in history.

#26 ELIJAH WOOD

LHP • 6-3 • 213 • Jr. • R/L Washington, Iowa Marshalltown CC Washington High School

At Marshalltown Community College (2015 & 2016) -- Went 3-5 with a 4.66 ERA in 11 starts as a sophomore... had 47 strikeouts over 56 innings on the season... logged 38 2/3 innings as a freshman in nine starts... went 0-6 with a 5.12 ERA with 30 strikeouts. High School -- Posted a 12-5 career record with 72 strikeouts... went 5-2 with a 0.99 ERA with 25 strikeouts as a senior... ERA is a Washington High School singleseason record... went 3-2 with a 1.54 ERA as a junior with 21 strikeouts... was 2-0 as a freshman with a 3.94 ERA and 2-1 with a 0.57 ERA as a sophomore... helped team to a pair of state tournament appearances, advancing to semifinals in 2011... also was a three-year basketball letterwinner... high school coach was Nathan Miller. Personal -- Born Sept. 22, 1995... son of Matt and Kelly Wood... has a younger sister, Emma... majoring in sports studies.

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Head Coach Fourth Season Upper Iowa, 1986 Iowa native Rick Heller is entering his fourth season as head coach of the University of Iowa baseball program. Heller was tabbed as the 20th head coach in program history on July 12, 2013. Heller, an Eldon, Iowa, native, has been head coach at four institutions -- Iowa (2014-present), Indiana State (2009-13), Northern Iowa (1999-2009), and Upper Iowa (1987-99) -- leading all four schools to NCAA postseason play. He is one of nine coaches all-time and one of five active coaches to lead three different Division I programs to NCAA Regional play. In 2015, Heller guided the Hawkeyes to an at-large berth into NCAA Regional play and posted the school's first NCAA Tournament win since 1972. He led Indiana State to its first outright Missouri Valley Conference title in 2012, and Northern Iowa to the MVC title and into the NCAA Tournament in 2001, the first and only regional appearance for the Panthers as a Division I program. Heller has rejuvenated the Iowa program in just three seasons, going 101-67, making him the winningest coach in his first three seasons in school history. He is the first Iowa coach to lead the program to the postseason in three consecutive years, he has coached at least one first-team All-Big Ten selection each season, and has 11 Major League Baseball Draft picks in three seasons -- the most in a three-year stretch since 1991-93. The success has translated on the recruiting trail, where Heller has turned the Hawkeyes into a major player on the national recruiting scene. Iowa had the top-rated class in the Big Ten -- and 18th-best nationally -- in 2015, and the 2016 class was ranked third in the league.

RICK HELLER BIO In 29 seasons as a head coach, Heller owns a career record of 791-632-4. He is one of two Iowa head coaches to lead the program to the NCAA Tournament. Heller took the Iowa baseball program to the Dominican Republic over Thanksgiving Break in 2016 and the Hawkeyes will represent the United States in August, 2017, at the World University Games in Taiwan. In 2016, Heller's team faced the toughest Big Ten Conference schedule, facing six of the eight Big Ten Tournament qualifiers. The Hawkeyes closed out the regular season with back-to-back series wins over Michigan State and Penn State to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament for a third straight season. The Hawkeyes carried that momentum into Omaha, where they won their first three games to advance to the Big Ten title game, and the Iowa faithful followed. Hawkeye fans flocked to TD Ameritrade Park, as a pro-Iowa crowd 10,350 filled the stands to see the program's first championship game appearance since 2010. Iowa fell just short of its second straight NCAA Regional bid, as Ohio State plated a ninth-inning run to hand the Hawkeyes an 8-7 defeat. Iowa ended the year with a 30-26 record, reaching the 30-win plateau for a third straight season -- a first for the program since 1983-85. Two Iowa players -- outfielder Joel Booker and shortstop Nick Roscetti -- earned first-team All-Big Ten honors at season's end. They are the first Hawkeye duo since 2007 to receive first-team recognition in the same season. Heller has coached two first-team All-Big Ten shortstops in three seasons. Booker led a resurgent Iowa offense that ranked in the top six of the Big Ten in virtually every offensive category as he emerged as a semifinalist for the Gregg Olson Breakout Player of the Year Award after tying for the Big Ten Conference lead in hits (87) and ranking in the top 12 in the league in eight offensive categories. Roscetti, meanwhile, was a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award. Booker, Roscetti, and Tyler Peyton were selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball FirstYear Player Draft come season's end. Booker was taken in the 22nd round by the Chicago

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RICK HELLER BIO White Sox, Roscetti in the 26th round by the Milwaukee Brewers, and Peyton in the 29th round by the Chicago Cubs. Iowa's pitching staff posted the second-best ERA (3.54) in program history and ranked in the top four in the Big Ten for a second straight season. Sophomore Nick Gallagher led the team with an 8-2 record and a 2.57 ERA to rank second in the league in wins and seventh in ERA. The Hawkeye defense was again its strong suit, finishing the season ranked in the top 15 nationally. Iowa had a breakthrough season in Heller's second season in Iowa City, going 41-18 with the 41 victories being the second-most all-time and just the fourth 40-win season in program history. Iowa earned the school's first NCAA Regional berth since 1990, where it went 2-2 at the Springfield Regional for the program's first NCAA Tournament win since 1972. The Hawkeyes rolled to a 15-5 start and won its first 11 series of the season, including a school-record eight consecutive Big Ten series wins dating back to the 2014 season. Iowa swept No. 19 Indiana to open Big Ten play to catapult the Hawkeyes into the national rankings for the first time in 25 years. Iowa climbed to as high as No. 13 before finishing the year 20th by Collegiate Baseball, 25th by Baseball America, and 28th by the NCBWA -- the program's first appearance in the final rankings in school history. Heller guided Iowa to a Big Ten runner-up (three games ahead of the third place finisher) finish in a year where the league was at its all-time best with a record five NCAA Regional participants. Iowa went 19-5 in conference play for a .792 winning percentage -- the best winning percentage by a second place team since the Big Ten returned to single division play in 1988. In NCAA Regional play, Heller led the Hawkeyes to a pair of wins over Oregon in Springfield, Missouri, and lost two games to No. 8 national seed Missouri State by a combined three runs. Senior reliever Nick Hibbing was tabbed as the Springfield Regional's Most Outstanding Player and was named to the all-tournament team.

Under Heller's watch, Iowa had a pair of players earn three All-America distinctions, had a school-record six All-Big Ten selections, and a semifinalist for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award. Tyler Peyton earned thirdteam All-America honors as a utility from D1Baseball.com and the NCBWA, while starting pitcher Blake Hickman was a Louisville Slugger third-team All-American. The Hawkeyes won with Hellerball -- a term coined to highlight the team's gritty style of play. Iowa's pitching and defense both finished in the top 16 nationally (fielding percentage, 11th; ERA, 16th) in 2015 and the team had a never-say die attitude, posting six walk-off wins and going 18-9 in games decided by two runs or less. The pitching staff shattered the school ERA record, posting a 2.95 ERA in 59 games and had a school-record 19 saves. It was a remarkable turnaround for the Hawkeye hurlers -- a unit that had a 4.34 ERA with virtually the same cast in 2014. At season's end, five players had their name called in the 2015 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, tying a program record. Hickman was selected in the seventh round by the Chicago White Sox -- the highest Hawkeye draftee since 1999. Heller has seen eight players drafted, including two top-eight round picks in two seasons. On the recruiting trail, Heller has helped Iowa become a player on the national recruiting scene. The Hawkeyes' 2015 recruiting class was rated tops in the Big Ten Conference and the 40th-best class nationally. It boasted 11 top-500 prospects by Perfect Game. In his first season at the UI, Heller guided the Hawkeyes to a 9-1 start -- the program's best start since 1940 -- a Big Ten Tournament berth and conference tournament win. Iowa finished the year with a 30-23 record for just the third 30win season since 1993. The 30 victories are the most by a first-year coach in Iowa history.

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IOWABASE BALL THE HELLER FILE Year School 1988 Upper Iowa 1989 Upper Iowa 1990 Upper Iowa 1991 Upper Iowa 1992 Upper Iowa 1993 Upper Iowa 1994 Upper Iowa 1995 Upper Iowa 1996 Upper Iowa 1997 Upper Iowa 1998 Upper Iowa 1999 Upper Iowa 12-year totals

Record Pct. 7-30 .189 10-23 .303 19-17 .527 22-13 .629 23-16 .590 21-15-1 .581 21-18-1 .538 31-13 .705 37-14 .725 30-14 .682 38-8 .826 30-15-1 .663 289-194-3 .598

2000 Northern Iowa 2001 Northern Iowa 2002 Northern Iowa 2003 Northern Iowa 2004 Northern Iowa 2005 Northern Iowa 2006 Northern Iowa 2007 Northern Iowa 2008 Northern Iowa 2009 Northern Iowa 10-year totals

23-33 35-28 30-25-1 27-28 25-31 26-28 28-27 23-28 30-24 23-26 270-278-1

.411 .556 .545 .491 .446 .481 .509 .450 .556 .469 .494

2010 Indiana State 2011 Indiana State 2012 Indiana State .683 2013 Indiana State 4-year totals

35-19 29-28 41-19

.648 .509

26-25 131-91

.510 .590

2014 Iowa 2015 Iowa 2016 Iowa 2-year total

30-23 .566 41-18 .695 30-26 .536 101-67 .601

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RICK HELLER BIO Heller won his 700th career game in a 13-1 rout of Georgetown on March 15 at the Snowbird Classic in Florida. The Hawkeyes also took 2-of-3 games from Nebraska to open the Big Ten regular season -- Iowa's first conference-opening series win since 1998 and took 2-of-3 games against Minnesota for the first time since 2005. Under Heller's direction, Iowa became one of the most potent offensive teams in the Big Ten in 2014. The Hawkeyes led the conference in four offensive categories (batting average, hits, runs and on-base percentage) and ranked second in four more (slugging percentage, RBIs, home runs and total bases). Iowa finished with 23 home runs -- a season after the team had two long balls in 49 contests. Heller coached five student-athletes to All-Big Ten recognition, the most for the program since 2007. Junior shortstop Jake Yacinich garnered first-team All-Big Ten honors after ranking second in the league in batting average and steals. He was the first Iowa first-teamer since 2009. Heller came to the UI after a strong four-year run at Indiana State. He led the Sycamores to their first outright Missouri Valley Conference championship in school history and back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1995 during the record-setting 2012 season. Indiana State finished 41-19, including a 14-7 record in conference play to claim the regular season crown and earn an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. The 41 wins were the most for the program since 1991. Heller was named the 2012 Dan Callahan MVC Coach of the Year, while junior Jeremy Lucas earned the Joe Carter MVC Player of the Year award -- the first student-athlete in ISU history to earn the league's MVP -- and junior Dakota Bacus was selected as the MVC Newcomer of the Year. Eight members of the team were named All-MVC. Following the season, two Sycamores were drafted in the top-12 rounds and a total of three signed contracts to begin their professional careers.

Heller led Indiana State to its fifth-consecutive winning season in 2013, and to a semifinal appearance in the MVC Tournament. The Sycamores, who finished 26-25 overall, had four players earn All-MVC honors, including Sean Manaea, the 34th overall selection in the 2013 MLB Draft by the Kansas City Royals. The draft selection was the second-highest in ISU baseball program history. Manaea became the 16th Sycamore to either be drafted or sign a professional free agent contract since Heller became head coach in 2009. Heller led Indiana State to a 35-19 record in his first season in Terre Haute, Ind. -- the most wins for any first-year coach in ISU baseball history -- and a third place MVC finish. The Sycamores were one of two MVC teams to receive votes in the national polls during the season. In 2011, Indiana State went 29-28 and advanced to the semifinals of the MVC Tournament -- its deepest run since 2002. During his tenure at Northern Iowa, Heller's teams won 270 games, including the 2001 Missouri Valley Conference championship and NCAA Regional Berth. While building the Panthers into an annual contender, Heller coached three MVC Most Valuable Players, one MVC Pitcher of the Year and helped put 22 players in professional baseball. While at UNI, Heller's teams broke a total of 57 team or individual records, including setting team records for hits, runs batted in, doubles and extra base hits during the 2001 season. Heller led the Panthers to four MVC tournaments, winning the championship in 2001. All-American Ryan Brunner claimed the league MVP award and All-American Nic Ungs was named Pitcher of the Year. The Panthers recorded back-to-back 30-plus win seasons in 2001 and 2002 for the first time in school history and set the school single-season record with 35 wins in 2001. Heller also coached two Academic All-Americans in Brunner and Travis Welsch.

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RICK HELLER BIO Before taking over the Northern Iowa program prior to the 2000 season, Heller spent 12 years as a head coach at Upper Iowa University, a Division III institution. While at Upper Iowa, Heller recorded a 291-194-3 overall record and was named the Iowa Conference Coach of the Year four times. Heller won his first conference championship in 1993 -- the first for Upper Iowa in 20 years -- while advancing to the NCAA Division III Regionals. His team won the Iowa Conference title and advanced to NCAA Regionals again in 1995, finishing 19th in the national rankings as Heller won his third Coach of the Year honor. He repeated Coach of the Year honors again in 1996 when the Peacocks won the Iowa Conference and Central Regional to advance to the NCAA Division III College World Series. His team finished the year ranked sixth nationally and he was named NCAA Division III Central Region Coach of the Year. In 1997, his team was ranked seventh nationally in the pre-season poll and won the Iowa Conference Tournament. In 1998, his team was ranked as high as 10th nationally while finishing with a 38-8 record to set a school record for winning percentage (.826). His final UIU team finished 30-15-1 and finished third in the Iowa Conference while setting five school records. As a player at Upper Iowa from 1982-86, he was a four-year starter at shortstop and he also lettered in football and basketball. He is a member of the Upper Iowa Athletic Hall of Fame. Heller is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association and serves on the ABCA All-American Committee. He is also a member of the Indiana and Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Associations. In 2008, he was inducted into the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Heller has three daughters -- Tara, Alyssa, and Vivienne. His wife's name is Rachelle.

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SCOTT BRICKMAN Pitching Coach Fourth Season Northern Iowa, 1998

Gallagher won a team-high eight games, going 8-2 with a 2.57 ERA, to rank second in the Big Ten in wins and seventh in ERA. Senior Tyler Peyton surged down the stretch, going 3-0 with a 0.90 ERA in four starts, which included a 26 1/3 scoreless innings streak. He finished his career with 16 wins and ranked in the top 10 all-time in innings pitched and strikeouts.

Scott Brickman is entering his fourth season as pitching coach for the University of Iowa baseball program.

Peyton became the fifth Iowa pitcher drafted in the past three seasons when he was selected in the 29th round by the Chicago Cubs.

In three seasons in Iowa City, Brickman has helped guide the Hawkeyes to 101 wins, an NCAA Regional appearance and two Big Ten runner-up finishes -- in the regular season in 2015 and Big Ten Tournament in 2016. Iowa has had three All-Americans, three all-region, and 13 All-Big Ten selections. Eleven players have had their names called in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft -- the most in a three-year stretch for the program since 1991-93. Brickman has transformed Iowa's pitching into one of the top staffs in the Big Ten on a year-in, year-out basis. Under his tutelage, the Hawkeyes have posted the top two team ERAs in school history and set the program record for single-season strikeouts. Iowa has finished in the top four in the Big Ten in ERA in each of the past two seasons. On the recruiting trail, Brickman has helped Iowa become a player on the national recruiting scene. The Hawkeyes' 2015 and 2016 recruiting classes were ranked among the best in the Big Ten Conference. Iowa's 2015 class was tops in the league and 18th-best nationally, while the 2016 class was rated as the third-best in the conference. In 2016, Iowa posted a 30-26 record, reaching the 30-win plateau for a third consecutive season for the first time since 1983-85. The Hawkeyes won their final two league series to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament for a third straight season and carried their momentum into Omaha, where they won their first three games to advance to the tournament title game for the first time since 2010. Brickman's pitching staff posted a 3.54 team ERA -- the second-best ERA in program history -- and the Hawkeyes finished with a school-record 382 strikeouts in 56 contests. Sophomore Nick

In 2015, Brickman helped lead Iowa to one of the top seasons in program history. The Hawkeyes went 41-18 and earned an at-large berth into NCAA Regionals -- the first berth since 1990. The 41 wins were the second-most in program history. Iowa, which won two games at the Springfield Regional for its first NCAA Tournament win since 1972, finished the season ranked 20th by Collegiate Baseball, 25th by Baseball America, and 28th by the NCBWA -- the program's first appearance in the final rankings in school history. Brickman's work with the Iowa pitching staff fueled the team's success. The Hawkeyes finished with a 2.95 ERA to rank 16th in the nation and ranked 10th in hits allowed per nine innings (7.69). The 2.95 ERA shattered the program's school record of 3.63 set in 1971, and the team posted a school record 19 saves. It was a remarkable turnaround for the Hawkeye pitching staff -- a unit that had a 4.34 ERA with virtually the same cast in 2014. Under Brickman's watch, Blake Hickman developed from a thrower into a pitcher. The converted catcher earned Louisville Slugger third-team All-America and first-team All-Big Ten honors after going 9-2 -- the program's most wins since 2005 -- with a 2.99 ERA in his first full season as a starting pitcher. Hickman was a seventh round MLB selection by the Chicago White Sox -- the highest Iowa draftee since 1999. Tyler Peyton garnered a pair of All-America distinctions by D1Baseball.com and NCBWA -- the first Hawkeye since 1990 to earn two All-America honors -- as a utility player, and he was a semifinalist for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award. Peyton went 7-4 with a 3.03 ERA as Iowa's Friday night starter.

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SCOTT BRICKMAN BIO Iowa's third starter -- Calvin Mathews -- and top reliever -Nick Hibbing -- garnered second-team All-Big Ten recognition. Mathews went 5-3 with a 2.45 ERA, while Hibbing had a career-year, going 4-1 with a 1.57 ERA with 47 strikeouts to five walks. Hibbing was the Springfield Regional's Most Outstanding Player. Brickman got the most out of his staff as student-athletes improved nearly across the board. Luke Vandermaten went 2-0 with a 1.06 ERA in 22 appearances, walk-on Ryan Erickson was 4-1 with a 2.79 ERA, and Brandon Shulista had a career year, going 3-2 with a 3.67 ERA. In his first season in Iowa City, Brickman helped guide the Hawkeyes to a 9-1 start -- the program's best start since 1940 -- a Big Ten Tournament berth and conference tournament win. Iowa finished the year with a 30-23 record for just the third 30-win season since 1993. Brickman pieced together a mix-and-match pitching staff that was forced to battle through injuries throughout the season. Under Brickman's tutelage, Mathews became a front-of-theline pitcher, posting a 3-3 record with a 2.72 ERA before going down with an injury, and walk-ons Jared Mandel (2-1, 2.70 ERA) and Tyler Radtke (2-2, 3.89 ERA, three saves) developed into major pieces in the Iowa bullpen. Brickman also worked with Hickman in his transition from catcher to the mound. Hickman went 2-2 with a 3.93 ERA in his first year as a pitcher, and he was the starter in game two at the Big Ten Tournament -- a 2-1 Hawkeye victory. Brickman joined the Iowa coaching staff in 2013 after serving four seasons as head coach at NCAA Division II Belmont Abbey, where he led the Crusaders to a 104-82 record, a

2012 Conference Carolinas Western Division Championship, and a pair of top-25 national rankings -- the first in school history. Brickman departed the school with the best winning percentage in the program's 22-year history.

at UNI since 1962. During the 2008 season, Brickman helped guide the Panthers to 30 wins for just the fourth time in the school's 103-year history, while posting the fourth-best ERA (4.75) since the move to Division I in 1981.

In 2013, Brickman guided the Crusaders to a 27-17 record, and the squad earned a top-25 ranking during the regular season for the second time in program history. Five players garnered all-conference recognition, and pitcher Emilio Pagan was selected in the 10th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, the program's highest draftee in its history.

Prior to returning to his alma mater, Brickman spent five seasons as an assistant coach at Wofford College, where he coached two Freshman All-Americans and helped the Terriers win the 2007 Southern Conference Championship and an NCAA Tournament berth.

Brickman led the Crusaders to the Conference Carolinas Western Division title in 2012 -- the third crown in school history and first in more than a decade. Brickman coached Pagan to ABCA/NWBCA All-America honors and two Crusaders earned all-conference and All-Southeast Regional honors. Steven Thiele was also tabbed as the Conference Male Academic Scholar Athlete of the Year for the second-straight season. In his second season as head coach, Brickman led the Crusaders to an 11-win turnaround from his first season, winning 29 games and earning the first top-25 ranking in program history. Brickman coached six players to allconference recognition and one All-Southeast Regional honoree. Three Crusaders also earned academic all-conference honors, and Thiele was the Conference's Male Academic Scholar Athlete of the Year. From 2007-09, Brickman served as an assistant coach at Northern Iowa. In two seasons with the Panthers, five pitchers were drafted or signed by Major League Baseball organizations, accounting for 20 percent of the players drafted

Brickman also served as head coach of the Florence Redwolves, a summer collegiate team in Florence, S.C., in 2004-05. The 2005 team advanced to the Coastal Plains League championship game and set the franchise record with 33 wins. Twelve of his players were drafted or signed by MLB teams, including 2006 first-round pick, Clemson University's Tyler Colvin. From 2000-02, Brickman was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for Muscatine Community College. During his tenure, he saw three pitchers and 15 total players earn all-region honors, and four players were selected in the MLB Draft. Brickman also was an assistant coach at Wartburg College in 1998-99, helping the Knights win the Iowa Conference and advance to the 1999 NCAA Tournament. As a pitcher at Northern Iowa, Brickman led the Panthers to a second-place finish in the Missouri Valley Conference in 1997, and he was a twice named Missouri Valley Pitcher of the Week. The Denver, Iowa, native earned his bachelor's degree from Northern Iowa in 1998. He is married to the former Cassandra Mucks, and they have a son, Eastin. PAG E 37


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Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator Fourth Season Northern Iowa, 1998

Booker enjoyed a breakout senior season, hitting .370 with 87 hits, 19 doubles, five home runs, and 23 steals to be a semifinalist for the Gregg Olson Breakout Player of the Year Award. Booker's 87 hits were tied for the Big Ten Conference lead and were the second-most in a single season in school history, while his 19 doubles were tied for the third-most all-time. He ranked in the top-12 in the conference in eight different categories.

Marty Sutherland is entering his fourth season as an assistant coach for the University of Iowa baseball program. Sutherland is the Hawkeyes' recruiting coordinator after serving as the hitting coach for his first three seasons.

Roscetti was steady with his bat and superb with his glove en route to being named a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award. The senior hit .305 with 72 hits and a team-best 39 RBIs while committing just five errors in 249 chances to anchor Iowa's top-15-ranked defense.

MARTY SUTHERLAND

In three seasons in Iowa City, Sutherland has helped guide the Hawkeyes to 101 wins, an NCAA Regional appearance, and two Big Ten runner-up finishes -- in the regular season in 2015 and Big Ten Tournament in 2016. Iowa has had three All-America, three all-region, and 13 All-Big Ten selections. Eleven players have had their names called in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft -- the most in a three-year stretch for the program since 1991-93. On the recruiting trail, Sutherland has led the charge, helping Iowa become a player on the national recruiting scene. The Hawkeyes' 2015 and 2016 recruiting classes were ranked among the best in the Big Ten Conference. Iowa's 2015 class was tops in the league and 18th-best nationally, while the 2016 class was rated as the third-best in the conference. In 2016, Iowa posted a 30-26 record, reaching the 30-win plateau for a third consecutive season for the first time since 1983-85. The Hawkeyes won their final two league series to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament for a third straight season and carried their momentum into Omaha, where they won their first three games to advance to the tournament title game for the first time since 2010. The Hawkeyes had two first-team All-Big Ten position players in outfielder Joel Booker and shortstop Nick Roscetti -- the first duo to earn first-team honors in the same season since 2007.

Booker and Roscetti were the fifth and sixth position players drafted in the past three seasons at season's end. Booker was selected in the 22nd round by the Chicago White Sox, while Roscetti was a 26th round pick by the Milwaukee Brewers. The Hawkeyes' offense came to life late in the season to finish the year ranked in the top six in the Big Ten in virtually every offensive category. Iowa had five players reach double-digits in doubles and had 134 extra base hits for the year, which included 26 home runs. Sutherland helped lead Iowa to one of the top seasons in program history in 2015. The Hawkeyes went 41-18 and earned an at-large berth into NCAA Regionals -- the first berth since 1990. The 41 wins were the second-most in program history. Iowa won two games at the Springfield Regional for its first NCAA Tournament win since 1972 and finished the season ranked 20th by Collegiate Baseball, 25th by Baseball America, and 28th by the NCBWA-- the program's first appearance in the final rankings in school history. With Sutherland's assistance, Iowa was one of the top defensive teams in the country, ranking 11th overall and No. 2 in the Big Ten. Offensively, the Hawkeyes battled until the final pitch, as evident by their six walk-off wins and 18-9 record in games decided by two or fewer runs.

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MARTY SUTH E R LAN D B IO Sutherland coached junior Tyler Peyton to All-America honors as a utility player by D1Baseball.com and NCBWA, and he was a semifinalist for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award. Peyton hit a team-best .337 with 31 runs and 31 RBIs.

Sutherland also served as an assistant coach at Wartburg College during the 2002-03 season. Most recently, Sutherland was an assistant coach at Cascade (Iowa) High School and a hitting/fielding instructor at Bases Loaded Academy in Dubuque, Iowa.

The Hawkeyes had a school-record six All-Big Ten selections in 2015, including three positional players. Five players had their names called in the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft, tying a program record for most draftees in a single season.

Sutherland was an infielder at Northern Iowa during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, helping the team to its first back-to-back 30 win seasons in program history. He also played at Kirkwood Community College from 1998-2000.

In his first season in Iowa City, Sutherland helped guide the Hawkeyes to a 9-1 start -- the program's best start since 1940 -- a Big Ten Tournament berth and conference tournament win. Iowa finished the year with a 3023 record for just the third 30-win season since 1993.

During his two seasons in Cedar Falls, Sutherland batted .318 with 25 doubles and 29 stolen bases. He also finished his career with 64 RBIs.

Iowa's offense thrived under Sutherland, as the Hawkeyes led the Big Ten in four offensive categories (batting average, hits, runs and on-base percentage) and ranked second in four more (slugging percentage, RBIs, home runs and total bases). Iowa finished with 23 home runs -- a season after the team had two long balls in 49 contests. Five Iowa student-athletes garnered All-Big Ten recognition, the most for the program since 2007, which included first-team All-Big Ten shortstop Jake Yacinich. He was the first Hawkeye to earn a first-team nod since 2009. Sutherland, a former player and coach under UI head coach Rick Heller at Northern Iowa, was an assistant for the Panthers from 2003-09, helping lead the team to 154 victories over six seasons. He coached 12 AllMissouri Valley Conference selections and an MVC Newcomer and Player of the Year honoree.

In 2001, Sutherland was a second team All-MVC and second team AllMidwest region honoree after UNI won a school-record 35 games and claimed the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament title en route to the first NCAA Tournament berth in school history. Sutherland batted .349, and the Panthers finished 10th in the nation and led the MVC in hitting with a .333 batting average. In 2002, UNI won 30 games and finished fourth in the Missouri Valley. The squad finished with a .327 batting average in conference games to lead the league. The Cascade, Iowa, native earned his associate's degree from Kirkwood Community College in July, 2000, and his bachelor's degree from Northern Iowa in Dec., 2002.

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Volunteer Assistant Coach First Season University of Iowa, 2015

University of Iowa graduate Sean Moore is in his first season as the volunteer assistant coach with the University of Iowa baseball program. After wrapping up his playing career in 2015, Moore joined the coaching staff at Des Moines Area Community College as the program's hitting and strength and conditioning coach. The Bears won 30 games during the 2016 season, where they hit .331 as a team with 78 home runs, 126 doubles, and 15 triples.

Bryce Miller | Head Manager

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Moore's collegiate playing career consisted of three stops. He played two seasons at DMACC, where he helped the Bears to an NJCAA World Series berth in 2011 before earning All-Region XI honors in 2012. He spent the 2013 season at Wichita State before transferring and wrapping up his career as a Hawkeye in 2015. Iowa won 41 games in his lone season and advanced to NCAA Regional play for the first time since 1990.

Moore coached current Hawkeye Jake Adams to first-team All-America honors. Moore, a certified hitting instructor, graduated from the University of Iowa Adams hit .360 with 25 home runs, 75 RBIs, and 59 runs scored. He ranked second with a degree in leisure studies in 2015. He is a graduate of Iowa City West in the nation in home runs and was in the top 10 in four categories. High School. The Coralville, Iowa, native has also served as director of baseball operations at Diamond Dreams Sports Academy, where he has continued researching the biomechanical movements of each phase of the swing.

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Director of Baseball Operations Third Season Mount Merc y, 1998 Desi Druschel is entering his third season as the University of Iowa baseball program's director of baseball operations and director of Iowa baseball camps. In his first two seasons in Iowa City, Druschel has helped lead Iowa to 71 wins, an NCAA Regional appearance, and two Big Ten Conference runner-up finishes. The Hawkeyes were the regular-season runner-ups in 2015 and finished second at the 2016 Big Ten Tournament. Iowa has had three All-America, two all-region, and eight All-Big Ten selections in the past two seasons and eight players have been selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. In 2016, Druschel helped the Hawkeyes to a 30-26 record -- the program’s third straight 30-win season. Iowa won its final two league series to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament for a third consecutive season and carried its momentum into Omaha, where it won its first three games to advance to the tournament title game for the first time since 2010. The Hawkeyes had two first-team All-Big Ten position players in outfielder Joel Booker and shortstop Nick Roscetti -- the first duo to earn first-team honors in the same season since 2007. Booker was a semifinalist for the Gregg Olson Breakout Player of the Year Award, while Roscetti was a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award.

D E S I D R U S C H E L B I O / S U P P O R T S TA F F Springfield Regional for their first NCAA Tournament victory since 1972. The Hawkeyes finished in the final national rankings for the first time in school history, coming in at No. 20 by Collegiate Baseball, 25th by Baseball America, and 28th by the NCBWA.

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Iowa had three All-America and a school-record six All-Big Ten selections, and five players had their names called in the 2015 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, including Blake Hickman, who was the program's highest draftee since 1999. Before joining the Iowa coaching staff, Druschel won 172 games, advanced to a pair of NAIA Region VII Tournaments and posted two conference runner-up and two third-place finishes as head coach at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from 2006-14. He coached three honorable mention All-Americans, 22 all-conference selections, and 12 Gold Glove honorees.

Kevin Foor | Equipment Manager

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Gene Taylor | Deputy AD

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Druschel also coached three NAIA Scholar Athletes, three all-region scholar athletes and 33 academic all-conference selections. Druschel initially joined the Mount Mercy staff prior to the 2005 season as an assistant coach before being promoted to the head position a year later. Druschel has also served as head coach at The Franciscan University (now Ashford University) in Clinton, Iowa, from 2001-04, where he helped the Saints set 45 school records. He also was an assistant at Mount St. Clare College (2000-01), Indiana University (1999-00), and VintonShellsburg (Iowa) High School (1996-2000) during his coaching career. Druschel, a member of the American Baseball Coaches and Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Associations, played baseball and basketball collegiately at Upper Iowa and Mount Mercy from 1994-98. The Vinton, Iowa, native graduated from Mount Mercy with a bachelor's degree in management in 1998, and he earned his master's degree in athletic administration from Indiana in 2001. He and his wife, Jessica, have two children, Jace and Halle.

Three players -- Booker, Roscetti, and Tyler Peyton -- were selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. In his first season in Iowa City, Druschel helped lead the Hawkeyes to one of their best seasons in program history. Iowa won 41 games -- the second-most all-time -- and earned an atlarge berth into NCAA Regional play for the first time since 1990. Iowa won two games at the

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A record-setting, perfect regular season, which included a Big Ten West Division title for the Hawkeye football team, set the tone for a successful 2015-16 for the University of Iowa Athletics Department, as Gary Barta completed his first decade as the UI’s Director of Athletics.

G A R Y B A R TA B I O student-athlete welfare. Iowa remains among the handful of intercollegiate athletics programs nationally that successfully maintains its status as 100 percent self-supporting. Iowa’s “Wins” also occurred at the turnstiles, where the Iowa wrestling program once again led the nation in home attendance. Iowa was one of just five programs in the country to rank in the top 25 in home attendance for football, women’s basketball, and men’s basketball. When the Hawkeye baseball team reached the Big Ten Tournament championship game, more than 10,000 Hawkeye fans were in Omaha to cheer on the Hawkeyes on a Sunday afternoon. While the record-setting performance by the football team led the way in 201516, a number of other Hawkeye athletics teams also enjoyed outstanding success:

As Barta enters his 11th year as the leader of Hawkeye athletics, he does so with a five-year contract extension and recognition as the 2015-16 Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year, presented • The 2016 Rose Bowl marked Iowa’s 13th postseason bowl game under the leadership of Kirk Ferentz and its ninth January bowl event. Junior defensive by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). back Desmond King earned unanimous consensus All-America honors while winning the Jim Thorpe Trophy and was recognized as the Tatum Woodson Big In the past year, Iowa athletics staff, coaches, and, most importantly, Hawkeye student-athletes, have continued to raise the bar in their daily approach to: Win. Ten Defensive Back of the Year. He is Iowa’s 23rd consensus All-American. Fifteen Hawkeye players earned All-Big Ten recognition. Graduate. Do it Right. There is tremendous momentum surrounding the entire athletics program in all three areas.

The Hawkeye football team earned a spot in the Big Ten Conference Championship game after an undefeated regular season and made its sixth Rose Bowl appearance. The Iowa men’s and women’s basketball teams advanced to postseason play, and the Iowa wrestling program was once again in the thick of the battle for the national title.

• Lisa Bluder’s women’s basketball team advanced to postseason play for the ninth straight season while fielding a very young team comprised mainly of underclassmen. Three Hawkeyes earned All-Big Ten honors, six earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition, and junior Ally Disterhoft garnered Academic All-America honors for the second straight year.

• The Iowa men’s basketball team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season, winning its opening game for the second consecutive year UI student-athletes continued to attack their work in the classroom—the “Graduate” leg of the Hawkeyes’ three-legged stool. All of Iowa’s 24 sports teams before a second round loss to the eventual national champion, Villanova. Coach Fran McCaffery’s team was ranked as high as third in the nation while earning again exceeded the NCAA’s Annual Progress Report while holding steady their record, established a year ago, with a 89 percent Graduation Success Rate (GSR). a second straight third-place finish in the Big Ten Conference. Two Hawkeyes The average grade point average for all student-athletes reached an impressive earned All-Big Ten honors, including first-team selection Jarod Uthoff. 3.0. • Jarrod Uthoff (men’s basketball) and Ally Disterhoft (women’s basketball), were The “Do it Right” column was filled with success as well. Under Barta’s leadership, named Academic All-Americans of the Year for their respective sports. Iowa the Hawkeyes continued their significant service and contribution to the greater became the first Division I program to claim both the male and female basketball recipients of the award in the same season. Uthoff is the first Iowa men’s Iowa City area and beyond, taking a leadership position in matters related to

basketball student-athlete to earn both consensus All-America and Academic All-America honors. • Tom Brands’ Iowa wrestling squad finished second in the Big Ten and fifth at the NCAA Championships. The Hawkeyes crowned two Big Ten individual champions, featured three NCAA finalists, and had six All-Americans. Iowa wrestling set a national dual meet attendance record as 42,287 were on hand to see the Hawkeyes hand top-ranked Oklahoma State an 18-16 defeat in Kinnick Stadium to open the season. • Iowa baseball made another late season charge under coach Rick Heller, reaching the Big Ten Tournament title game for the first time since 2010. Only a one-run loss in the championship game kept the Hawkeyes from a second straight NCAA Regional appearance. Two Hawkeyes earned first-team All-Big Ten honors and three players were selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft, moving the three-year total to 11 under Heller—the most for the program since 1991-93.

• Larissa Libby’s GymHawks advanced to the NCAA Regionals for the seventh time in the last eight seasons, hosting the event in Carver-Hawkeye Arena in 2016. Iowa recorded dual meet wins over five conference foes, including three Big Ten teams who were nationally ranked at the time. Two Hawkeyes were named to the All-Championship team, with Mollie Drenth representing Iowa as an individual competitor at the NCAA Championships. Drenth, Iowa’s first NCAA Championships qualifier since 2011, placed third on beam at the NCAA Championship, earning first-team All-America accolades. She is the program’s first All-American since 2004. • JD Reive’s UI men’s gymnastics squad placed fifth at the Big Ten Championships and saw Matt Loochtan garner first-team All-Big Ten recognition. The Hawkeyes fell short of making team finals at the NCAA Championships, but saw five student-

• Coach Megan Menzel’s women’s golf program was represented in the national tournament as senior Amy Ihm competed as an individual after earning first-team All-Big Ten honors. Ihm became the first UI women’s golfer to compete in NCAA postseason competition since 1990 and just the second in program history. • The UI’s men’s golf team, under the direction of second-year head coach Tyler Stith, competed in its eighth straight NCAA Tournament. The Hawkeyes placed second in the Big Ten Championships as three Hawkeyes—juniors Carson Schaake and Raymond Knoll, along with true freshman Matthew Walker—earned alltournament recognition. The Barta family includes Luke, Connie, Madison, and Gary. PAG E 42


IOWABASE BALL athletes advance to individual event finals. The youthful roster excelled in the classroom, tying a school record with nine Academic All-Big Ten selections. Senior Jack Boyle was also named a finalist for the Nissen-Emery Award, an award given to the country’s most outstanding senior gymnast in the gym and in the classroom. • Joey Woody’s second season as head coach of the UI’s men’s and women’s track and field teams resulted in a record number of performers advancing to the NCAA Outdoor Championships. A total of 15 Hawkeyes advanced to the national championships, including Big Ten champions Briana Guillory (200 meters), Aaron Mallett (110 meter hurdles), men’s 400-meter relay, and women’s 1,600-meter relay. • The Iowa men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both tallied top-40 finishes at the NCAA Championships under head coach Marc Long. The program had two student-athletes—junior Emma Sougstad (100 breast) and senior Roman Trussov (100 breast, 200 breast)—garner three All-America distinctions. Ten student-athletes were named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans and 35 earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition. • Under third-year head coach Andrew Carter, the Iowa rowing program continued to make significant strides forward. The Hawkeyes were represented in the top-20 national rankings for the first time in six seasons. The squad placed fifth in the Big Ten Championships with 95 points, its highest championship point total since 2009. Senior Beth Baustian earned second-team Pocock All-America accolades, becoming the fourth All-American in program history and the second in the last three seasons. The Hawkeyes excelled off the water with 20 Academic All-Big Ten selections, the most for the program since 2009, and five Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar Athletes. • Under second-year head coach Bond Shymansky, the UI volleyball team compiled a 10-3 record in nonconference action—the best overall start for the program since 2006 (11-1). The Hawkeyes won eight straight matches from Sept. 6-19, including a 3-1 victory over

G A R Y B A R TA B I O Iowa State -- Iowa’s first win over the Cyclones since 1997 -- and a 3-1 win over No. 25 Texas A&M.

UI campus while being responsible and productive citizens of the greater Iowa City and University of Iowa community.

In October 2015, the NCAA reported that Iowa’s student-athletes had tied the record set the previous year by posting a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) score of 89 percent. That mark ranked six points better than the national average.

In 2016-17, Barta will be responsible for an annual operating budget that will exceed $100 million for the first time, with 100 percent of the revenue side of that budget generated by the UI Athletics Department. The majority of that revenue comes as a result of success in traditional revenue sources: income as a result of membership in the Big Ten Conference (including television), sales of tickets to athletic events on the UI campus, and donations to the National I-Club.

The NCAA also noted the UI had posted a federal graduation rate of 71 percent. This was also a record, three points better than the national average—and tops the three State of Iowa Board of Regents’ institutions. Last May, the NCAA reported that all 24 of Iowa’s sports programs were comfortably above the Academic Progress Rate (APR) threshold. The NCAA also singled out the UI’s volleyball, men’s golf, and women’s swimming and diving for APR scores that ranked in the top 10 percent of their peer group. These three teams have each registered a perfect score of 1,000 in each of the past four years. Along with Uthoff and Disterhoft earning Academic All-American of the Year accolades, the Hawkeyes also boasted Academic AllAmericans in football (senior defensive back Jordan Lomax) and wrestling (senior Nathan Burak). In addition, 167 UI student-athletes earned Academic All-Big Ten recognitions throughout the year, and wrestler Alex Meyer earned academic recognition from the National Wrestling coaches Association (NWCA). “Doing it Right” for Barta and the more than 225 staff of the UI Athletics Department is a charge that encompasses a long and varied list of responsibilities, including maintaining the department’s status as one of a handful of intercollegiate athletics programs nationally that successfully operates its sports programs and auxiliary enterprises in a fiscally responsible manner and without any institutional or taxpayer financial support. The UI provides a superior experience for the more than 650 talented student-athletes who participate in the program annually and the more than one million friends and fans of the UI who attend Hawkeye events on the

The National I-Club donations has grown into a critical piece of the financial pie managed by Barta, exemplified by continued years of outright fundraising support exceeding $26 million annually. That philanthropic support has been critical to the long list of athletics facilities that have either been built or renovated during Barta’s first 10 years on campus. That list includes: • Construction of the recently-completed $55 million Stew and LeNore Hansen Football Performance Center • $47 million revitalization of Carver-Hawkeye Arena • Installation of a new video wall and video ribbon board at Kinnick Stadium • Installation of a new video scoreboard and playing surface at Duane Banks Field • Partnered in construction of a new indoor turf facility that accommodates Olympic sports like baseball, softball, and soccer. • Renovation of the practice space inside the UI Fieldhouse for the men’s and women’s gymnastics teams • Construction of the Hoak Family Golf Facility for the men’s and women’s golf programs • Turf replacement at Grant Field, the home of Iowa’s nationally ranked field hockey program • Resurfacing of the Klotz Tennis Center courts • Installation of artificial turf on the outdoor football practice fields, matching the playing surface of Kinnick Stadium PAG E 43


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G A R Y B A R TA B I O Providing the resources for UI student-athletes and coaches to be successful is a priority for Barta and his senior management team. That process includes providing state-of-the-art facilities, which is why Barta continues to work closely with institutional leadership on the finalization of a comprehensive master plan for the facilities available to the Hawkeyes. Additional facility projects on the horizon include: • Center-hung videoboards in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, along with new sound and lighting systems being installed this summer • A north end zone project at Kinnick Stadium that will provide additional premium seating options and additional upgrades • Installation of a new banked track in the UI Recreation Building, home of UI indoor track programs • Renovations to the Gerdin Athletics Learning Center, home to the UI’s Athletic Student Services staff • Stadium upgrades to the baseball (Duane Banks Field) and softball (Bob Pearl Field) facilities • A new clubhouse at the UI’s Finkbine Golf Course • Additional olympic sport improvements for soccer, gymnastics, volleyball, and other teams. Iowa’s contributions to the greater Iowa City community go far beyond the multi-million dollars of economic impact generated as a result of the staging of hundreds of annual regular season, postseason, and special events annually. Barta and UI student-athletes, coaches, and staff are also active citizens, logging thousands of hours of community service and spearheading efforts to support a wide variety of causes ranging from construction of the UI’s new Children’s Hospital, to the UI’s extremely successful Dance Marathon, to involvement with Coaches vs. Cancer. Iowa football has been involved with the Children’s Hospital “Kid Captain” program for 10 years. UI athletics teamed with the UI Alumni Association on the “Black and Gold Friday” outreach program; partnered with the College Football Playoff Foundation on “Extra Yard for (K-12) Teachers” program; and partnered with select colleges on the staging of the first “Academic Day” as part of Homecoming in 2015.

Iowa’s annual “Day of Caring” serves as the foundation upon which all these outreach activities rest. Now in its 21st year of existence, the Day of Caring happens each April and typically involves representatives of most, if not all, of Iowa’s sports programs who provide a wide variety of assistance to an equally-wide variety of not-for-profit organizations that service the greater Iowa City community. “Doing it Right” also encompasses efforts aimed at improving the student-athlete experience. The UI Athletics Department invested more than $1.7 million directly into food cost for its student-athletes in 201415 in response to NCAA legislation aimed at providing a higher quality student-athlete experience. That commitment will continue annually and is complemented by increases to the value of the scholarships awarded the UI’s student-athletes as part of the NCAA’s effort to fully address cost of attendance. Barta’s involvement in the UI campus and the greater Iowa City community extends beyond his position as Director of the UI’s Intercollegiate Athletics programs. He is a member of the President’s Cabinet, comprised of vice presidents and other campus leaders that provide counsel to the UI’s president. Barta represents the UI and the Hawkeyes at the conference and national level as a member of the Rose Bowl Management Committee. During his tenure, he has participated in the creation and implementation of the Big Ten Network (BTN), the expansion of the Big Ten Conference and realignment of athletics conferences. Barta remains active on the conference and NCAA level. He is involved in committee work with NCAA Football, the Division IA Athletic Directors Association, and is an ongoing participant in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Barta is also involved in a variety of community groups, including the United Way of Johnson and Washington Counties and the Partnership for Alcohol Safety, a joint effort between UI campus leaders and the city of Iowa City.

Barta often suggests to his staff that “Hope is not a strategy,” which is why the Department has completed a comprehensive review and rewriting of the strategic plan for the UI Athletics Department and continues to work with the UI’s leadership on a long-term financial plan. As the Director of Athletics at the University of Wyoming for three years, seven different Wyoming coaches were named Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He also spearheaded a fundraising effort that netted the Cowboy athletics program $11 million in private support and $11 million in matching state funds. As the senior associate athletics director at the University of Washington, he directed the “Campaign for the Student-Athlete,” was a participant in the design, construction and/or renovation of several Washington athletics facilities, including Bank of America Arena and the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility. In addition to almost doubling the amount of annual private support received by Washington, Barta also managed the department’s external relations division, a task that included managing corporate sponsorship and radio contracts. His responsibilities at Washington expanded over time to include hiring coaching and administrative staff, and the day-to-day oversight of several Huskie sport teams. The roots of his development experience extend to his first two positions: director of development at his alma mater, North Dakota State University, and director of athletics development and external relations at the University of Northern Iowa. Barta earned a bachelor of science degree in mass communication and broadcast journalism from North Dakota State in 1987. He was an option quarterback for Bison football squads that won the Division II NCAA National Championship in 1983, 1985, and 1986. Barta, and his wife, Connie, have a son, Luke (18), and a daughter, Madison (15). He was born Sept. 4, 1963, in Minneapolis.

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IOWABASE BALL IOWA CONTINUES TO BUILD FOR SUCCESS The UI Department of Athletics is under the direction of Gary Barta and is regarded as one of the top intercollegiate programs in the nation. Once again, the Hawkeyes enjoyed success both athletically and academically in 2015-16. Academically, the UI’s federal graduation rate of 78 percent (for student-athletes who enrolled in the fall of 2008), meaning UI student-athletes have graduated at a rate of 70 percent or better in five straight years. For the sixth consecutive year, all 24 of Iowa’s teams exceeded the Academic Progress Rate (APR) benchmark and the program posted a record 89 percent in the NCAA’s “Graduation Success Rate.” That mark tied a school record. It is the 11th time in 12 years of the GSR’s existence that Iowa’s student-athletes scored 80 percent or better. Seven UI teams scored a perfect 100 on their GSR: Men’s basketball, field hockey, men’s golf, women’s golf, men’s tennis, field hockey, women’s golf, women’s tennis, and volleyball. All counted, the GSR for 17 of Iowa’s 24 teams was better than the national average among its peer sport group. Athletically, Hawkeye teams enjoyed another outstanding year in 2015-16, as a significant number of Iowa’s 24 programs reached postseason play. The Iowa football team played in the 2016 Rose Bowl Game, the UI men’s basketball team advanced to second round of the NCAA Tournament for a second straight year, the women’s basketball team advanced to the postseason for a ninth consecutive season, the wrestling team had three NCAA finalists en route to a fifth place finish at the NCAA Championships, the women’s gymnastics team advanced to NCAA Regionals for the seventh time in eight seasons and the men’s golf team qualifeid for NCAAs for an eighth straight year. Facilities upgrades remain at the forefront with Carver-Hawkeye Arena being the latest facility receiving an upgrade with new LED video technology being installed by Daktronics. The new four-sided centerhung video system is the centerpiece of the installation, while four auxiliary displays -- two on each end of the arena -- will also be installed. The Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Center installed PlaySight Smart Court Technology -- a video component with live streaming capabilities, transforming the HTRC into a fully interactive practice and competition venue. The gymnastics practice venues inside the UI Fieldhouse were completely renovated more than doubling the training space for the men’s and women’s programs, and a second indoor practice facility was constructed on the west campus -- Iowa Turf -- for sports like baseball, softball, and soccer in a partnership with recreation services.

A T O TA L P R O G R A M IOWA WRESTLING The Hawkeyes finished the 2015-16 season as the Big Ten team runner-up and finished fifth at the NCAA Championships. Iowa crowned two Big Ten individual champions, featured three NCAA finalists, and had six All-Americans. The program set a national dual meet attendance record when 42,287 were on hand to see the Hawkeyes defeat top-ranked Oklahoma State in Kinnick Stadium to open the season. IOWA MEN’S BASKETBALL Sixth-year head coach Fran McCaffery led the men’s basketball team to the NCAA Tournament for a third straight season, winning its opening game for a second consecutive year before a second round loss to eventual NCAA champion, Villanova. The Hawkeyes were ranked as high as No. 3 in the nation while earning a third-place Big Ten finish. Two players earned All-Big Ten recognition. IOWA WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS The Gymhawks advanced to NCAA Regionals for the seventh time in the last eight seasons, hosting the event in Carver-Hawkeye Arena in 2016. Mollie Drenth represented the program at the NCAA Championships where she earned first-team All-America honors -- Iowa’s first All-American since 2004. IOWA MEN’S & WOMEN’S GOLF Head coach Tyler Stith led the Hawkeyes to their eighth straight NCAA Regional appearance in 2016 and Iowa was the team runnerup at the Big Ten Championships. Senior Amy Ihm qualified individually for the NCAA Tournament, becoming the first UI women’s golfer to compete in NCAA postseason competition since 1990 and just the second in program history. IOWA TRACK & FIELD The Hawkeyes had a record number of NCAA performers at the 2016 NCAA Championships with 15 student-athletes advancing to Eugene, Oregon. Iowa crowned Big Ten champions in four events, including the men’s 400-meter relay and women’s 1,600-meter relay.

Renovations continue with a north end zone project at Kinnick Stadium on the horizon, a new banked track in the UI Recreation Building, a new clubhouse at Finkbine Golf Course, and a renovation to the Gerdin Athletics Learning Center -- the home to the UI’s Athletic Student Services.

IOWA FOOTBALL The Iowa football team went 12-0 during the regular season en route to the Big Ten West Division title and played in the 2016 Rose Bowl Game. Junior defensive back Desmond King earned consensus All-America honors while winning the Jim Thorpe Trophy and being recognized as the Tatum Woodson Big Ten Defensive Back of the Year. IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL UI head coach Lisa Bluder led the women’s basketball team to the postseason for a ninth consecutive season. Three Hawkeyes earned All-Big Ten honors, six were Academic All-Big Ten selections, and junior Ally Disterhoft garnered Academic All-America honors for the second straight year ad was the Academic All-American of the Year. PAG E 45


IOWABASE BALL "I chose the University of Iowa because I wanted to be a part of a winning program. Being from the state of Iowa, I wanted to represent the state to the best of my ability. The facilities are second to none and this is the best option for me to become the best baseball player I can be. Iowa has one of the best fan bases in the country and to be able to play in front of them for four years will be special. Academically, the University of Iowa is a challenging school and having a degree that bears its name is a tremendous accomplishment." KYLE CROWL - Freshman - Council Bluffs, Iowa

"I chose the University of Iowa because when I took a visit I realized it was the best place for me to become a better ball player and get a great education at the same time. I also chose to be a Hawkeye because of the family atmosphere in the clubhouse. When I took my visit the guys made me feel like I was part of the team even before I was committed. Lastly, I saw Iowa baseball as the state of Iowa's team, and who wouldn't want to be part of that. I get to go out and represent the state of Iowa every spring with my teammates. It's a dream come true."

WHY IOWA?

“I chose the University of Iowa because I felt the program had an exceptional coaching staff and baseball atmosphere. I know I will get a quality education at the UI and the program will also prepare me to pursue a career in baseball. I believe this is the best decision I have ever made.”

“I chose to continue my educational and baseball career at the University of Iowa because of the opportunities this university has to offer both in the classroom and on the field. When choosing a school to continue my baseball career I was looking for a school with good team chemistry and coaches that excel in player development. I came to realize Iowa was the clear choice. Not only is it a great school educationally, but it is a great school to play baseball.” ROBERT NEUSTROM - Sophomore- Sioux City, Iowa

AUSTIN GUZZO - Junior - Brooklin, Ontario, Canada

"It is a dream come true to play baseball at the University of Iowa. I have been a Hawkeye fan since I was a little kid, and being able to wear the Iowa uniform is special. Academically, Iowa is a first-class instiution, and it will mean a lot to receive my degree. I aspire to be a doctor, and attending the UI will put me on the path to achieve that goal."

“Growing up a Hawkeye fan, it is was a dream come true to sign with the University of Iowa. Being the only Division I college baseball team in Iowa, you represent the entire state. Having the opportunity to earn a degree from the University of Iowa is an absolute honor.” JOSH MARTSCHING - Redshirt Senior - Bloomfield, Iowa

TYLER CROPLEY - Junior - McCook Lake, South Dakota

MITCHELL BOE- Sophomore - Naperville, Ill.

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DUAN E BAN KS FI E LD The second phase of the Duane Banks Field renovation was completed in 2015 when AstroTurf replaced the outfield grass and warning track. The infield was changed to the surface prior to the 2014 season meaning there is now zero dirt or natural grass at the Hawkeyes’ home venue. Phase II renovations also included the installation of a state-of-the-art videoboard in right center field and a new padded wall on the outfield fence and down the foul lines.

SHARP FAMILY VIDEO BOARD

With the first two phases complete, Phase III calls for brand new stadium seating and a new press box to be constructed surrounding the existing playing field. The facility was renamed as Duane Banks Baseball Field in honor of the Hawkeyes’ former head coach in 2001. Banks, the winningest coach in Iowa history, served as Iowa’s head baseball coach from 1970-1997. Banks Field was originally built in 1974. The 3,000-seat stadium had dimensions of 330 feet down the lines, 375 in the power alleys and 400 to centerfield. That has decreased slightly and currently sits at 329 down the lines and 395 to centerfield. In 2002, former Hawkeye and former Major Leaguer Cal Eldred donated $245,000 to fund the installation of lights at Banks Field. The complex at Banks Field features locker rooms for both teams and umpires and a press box that was initially built in 1989 and renovated in 2002. The Hawkeyes utilize the Indoor Practice Facility located directly south of Banks Field throughout the winter and a hitting-only facility is located off the Jacobson Building adajacent to Banks Field. Iowa also utilizes a second turf facility on the campus’ west side.

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The Hawkeyes added the Jacobson Hitting Facility in January, 2015, -- a facility that is located adjacent to Duane Banks Field. The facility has four drop-down batting cages, as well as aditional nets for tee work. Self-feeding machines, tees, equipment, and areas for front toss are available for student-athletes to utilize in their training. The facility is available for players to get extra repetitions at their convenience.

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The UI Athletics Department also added a second indoor facility -Iowa Turf at the HTRC -- which gives the Hawkeyes a second location for practices during the winter months. Both the Indoor Practice Facility and Iowa Turf have drop-down batting cages and give the team a first-class practice facilities. In addition to their main locker room inside the UI Recreation Building, the Hawkeyes have a clubhouse in the bowels of Duane Banks Field, which was renovated in the fall of 2014.

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IOWABASE BALL Duane Banks, following 28 years as Iowa’s head baseball coach retired from coaching following the 1997 season. Banks was inducted into the 2011 UI Hall of Fame. Banks led the Hawkeyes to its only College World Series appearance in 1972 and won Big Ten Championships in 1972 and 1990, as well as a share of the Big Ten crown in 1974. In 1981, Banks led Iowa to 44 wins, the most in school history. He earned Big Ten Conference and District Coach of the Year honors in 1990 and was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in 1991. Banks posted a career record of 901-585-4, while coaching six All-Americans, 31 All-Big Ten selections, 33 Academic All-Americans, and 57 players who signed professional contracts. In the fall of 2001, Iowa’s home field was officially designated as the Duane Banks Baseball Field. In 1990, Banks led Iowa to a Big Ten title and to the NCAA playoffs for the first time since 1975. The 1990 squad won a record 22 Big Ten games and placed a record-tying five players (Tim Costo, John DeJarld, Chris Hatcher, Keith Noreen and Brian Wujick) on the all-Big Ten squad. Many of his former Hawkeyes have earned pro contracts and five—Mike Boddicker, Cal Eldred, Jim Sundberg, Tim Costo and Jeff Jones—made it to the major leagues. Tim Costo was the eighth pick overall in 1990 draft, marking the second straight season Banks produced a first round draft choice. Eldred was selected in the first round by Milwaukee in 1989. Fifty-seven of Banks’ former players signed pro contracts.

DUAN E BAN KS E RA Banks served as an assistant coach for half a season at Iowa. The Hawkeyes won 14 of their final 27 games under his direction. Duane’s next club won 28 games, at that time an Iowa record, in his first full campaign (1971).

DUANE BANKS BY THE NUMBERS

Banks’ 1972 team won Big Ten and District Four Championships to earn a berth in the College World Series, claiming Iowa’s first outright Big Ten title in 33 years. As a result, Banks was named District Coach of the year.

1972 13-3-0 .813 1st 25-17-0 .595

Banks became Iowa’s all-time winningest coach in 1985, passing Hall of Famer Otto Vogel, who won 440 games in 35 years. He joined the Iowa staff as an assistant coach in 1969, after serving in the same capacity at Colorado State. He spent two seasons at Parsons (Iowa) College, compiling a 91-10 mark in 1967-68. He was an assistant coach at Parsons in 1966. Banks is a past president of the American Baseball Coaches Association and has held a number of administrative posts in the ABCA. He has served as chairman of the NCAA Division I coaches and as a representative of District Four. A member of the Hall of Fame and the Legislative Issues committees, Banks is a past member of the ABCA Board of Directors Banks was active in international baseball through the United States Baseball Federation. He took an all-star team to Canada, Japan and Korea in 1985 and coached another squad on a trip to Venezuela. Banks and his Iowa team went to Holland in 1984 and he was on the staff of the USA college all-star team that played all over the world in 1982. He took an Iowa team to Mexico in the mid-1970s. A native of Grand Junction, CO, Banks played baseball and basketball at Northern Colorado. He was all-league and all-district three times in baseball at Northern Colorado and played on year of professional baseball with the Atlanta Braves organization in 1964. Banks attended Mesa (Colorado) Junior College, received his bachelor’s degree from Northern Colorado in 1965 and his master’s degree from Colorado State in 1969. Duane and his wife, Jeanette, have two sons, Scott and Kirk and a grandson Nile.

1970 6-11-0 .353 9th 14-13-0 .519 1971 10-8-0 .556 5th 28-17-0 .622 1973 8-10-0 .444 T-7th 16-14-1 .532 1974 11-5-0 .688 T-1st 27-13-0 .675 1975 11-3-0 .786 2nd 29-14-0 .674 1976 9-7-0 .563 T-5th 23-16-0 .590 1977 10-8-0 .556 T-4th 40-14-0 .741 1978 9-6-0 .600 4th 28-17-0 .622 1979 10-6-0 .625 5th 32-12-0 .727 1980 11-5-0 .688 3rd 31-14-0 .689 1981 8-6-0 .571 3rd* 44-21-0 .677 1982 5-11 .313 5th* 31-21-0 .574 1983 7-7-0 .500 2nd* 32-21-1 .602 1984 7-8-0 .467 3rd* 31-26-0 .544 1985 1986 1987 1988

9-7-0 .563 T-2nd* 40-20-0 2-13-0 .133 5th* 29-27-0 9-7-0 .563 T-2nd* 40-20-0 14-14-0 .500 5th 29-25-0

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1989 17-11-0 .607 T-2nd 37-20-0 .649 1990 22-6-0 .786 1st 38-19-0 .667 1991 11-17-0 .393 9th 26-28-1 .482 1992 12-16-0 .429 7th 26-28-0 .481 1993 13-13-0 .500 6th 32-20-0 .615 1994 13-15-0 .464 3rd 22-32-1 .409 1995 13-15-0 .464 7th 29-24-0 .547 1996 13-13-0 .500 7th 25-22-0 .532 1997 7-16-0 .438 10th 17-30-0 .362 Total 290-267-0 .521 810-575-4 .583

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STR E NGTH AN D CON DITION I NG Iowa baseball will work very hard to improve our game on the field by getting stronger and more explosive off of it, in the weight room and by improving fitness levels and techniques of speed, agility, and quickness. We will give ourselves the best chance to put the best team on the field by analyzing weaknesses and movement patterns of current players and minimizing down time due to injury. Along the way, we will create championship level work habits and discipline. We truly believe that success is a culmination of the right daily habits on and off the field. We have four goals in our strength and conditioning program 1) INCREASE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE • Improve your game with better speed and explosive power • Throw and hit harder, run faster by developing a strong and explosive lower body and core. 2) DECREASE RATE OF INJURY • Significantly reduce your risk of joint and tendon injuries. • Build the right strength and flexibility in the upper body to create not only better arm strength but healthier arms and shoulders. 3) INCREASE SELF CONFIDENCE • There is a certain confidence in knowing you have prepared yourself and given yourself a chance to be successful. 4) IMPROVE MENTAL TOUGHNESS • We will not be distracted and will develop the ability to focus on the task at hand and not be deterred by every day highs and lows

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Iowa City is a media saturated environment. And with no professional teams in the area, the Hawkeyes garner extensive coverage from newspapers, television, and the Internet. RADIO If Hawkeye baseball fans can’t make it out to Duane Banks Field for a game, they are in luck because all Iowa games will be broadcast via Hawkeye All-Access on hawkeyesports.com, and select games will be picked up on AM-800 KXIC in the Iowa City area. Zach Mackey serves as the “Voice of the Hawkeyes." TELEVISION With the launch of the Big Ten Network to go along with the Big Ten Digital Network, more Iowa baseball games can be seen than ever. Hawkeye fans can expect to see 10-15 games on BTN or BTN Plus and all home games will be streamed live via Hawkeye All-Access. HAWKEYESPORTS.COM Media and fans can obtain a wealth of up-to-date information about the Hawkeyes on the official web site of the University of Iowa -- hawkeyesports.com. Live stats (Gametracker), box scores, play-by-play, photo galleries, coach and bio information, video, and more can be found on the website. The baseball team also has its own Facebook and Twitter accounts. NEWSPAPER COVERAGE Fans can read about Hawkeye action in several newspapers/ web sites throughout the state of Iowa. A few of the papers that cover the Hawkeyes on a regular basis include: The Des Moines Register, Iowa City Press-Citizen, Cedar Rapids Gazette, Quad City Times, The Daily Iowan, Voice of The Hawkeyes, Burlington Hawkeye, Waterloo Courier, and Moline Dispatch.

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BIG TEN NETWORK The Big Ten Network is devoted to covering a wide array of programming to one of the premier collegiate conferences in the country. The network is the ultimate destination for Big Ten fans and alumni across the country. The network provides unmatched access to an extensive schedule of league competitions, events and shows; classic games; nightly studio shows; original programs in academics, arts and sciences and campus activities. Sports programming includes live coverage in stunning highdefinition of more events than ever before, along with news, highlights and detailed analysis, all complemented by hours of university-produced campus programming. The Big Ten Network reaches 75 million homes nationwide through distribution arrangements with more than 300 cable and satellite providers. For a complete listing of Big Ten baseball games, visit video.BTN.com.

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HAWKEYES I N TH E MAJORS

MAURY KENT

WATTIE HOLM

MACE BROWN

LEN SCHULTE

ART REINHART

FRANK MULRONEY

GENE FORD

JACK BRUNER

VANCE McILREE

JOE MOWRY

HAL MANDERS

JACK DITTMER

University of Iowa - 1904-1907 MLB Debut - April 15, 1912 Brooklyn Dodgers - 1912-1913

University of Iowa - 1918 MLB Debut - April 26, 1919 St. Louis Cardinals - 1919, 1925-1928

University of Iowa - 1918-1920 MLB Debut - Sept. 13, 1921 Washington Senators - 1921

University of Iowa - 1922 MLB Debut - April 15, 1924 St. Louis Cardinals - 1924-1929, 1932

University of Iowa - 1926-1928 MLB Debut - April 15, 1930 Boston Red Sox - 1930

University of Iowa - 1928-1931 MLB Debut - May 13, 1933 Boston Braves - 1933-1935

University of Iowa - 1926-1929 MLB Debut - May 21, 1935 Pittsburgh Pirates - 1935-1941 Brooklyn Dodgers - 1941 Boston Red Sox - 1942-1943, 1946

University of Iowa - 1933-1935 MLB Debut - June 17, 1936 Boston Bees - 1936 Chicago White Sox - 1938

University of Iowa - 1936-1937 MLB Debut - Aug. 12, 1941 Detroit Tigers - 1941-1942, 1946 Chicago Cubs - 1946

University of Iowa - 1932-34 MLB Debut - Sept. 27, 1944 St. Louis Browns - 1944-1946

University of Iowa - 1946-1949 MLB Debut - Sept. 16, 1949 Chicago White Sox - 1949-1950 St. Louis Browns - 1950

University of Iowa - 1947-1950 MLB Debut - June 17, 1952 Boston Braves - 1952 Milwaukee Braves - 1953-1956 Detroit Tigers - 1957

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JIM McANDREW

JIM SUNDBERG

CAL ELDRED

BO PORTER

BOB GEBHARD

MIKE BODDICKER

TIM COSTO

WES OBERMUELLER

JIM COX

JEFF JONES

CHRIS HATCHER

MATT DERMODY

University of Iowa - 1962-1965 MLB Debut - July 21, 1968 New York Mets - 1968-1973 San Diego Padres - 1974

University of Iowa - 1963-1965 MLB Debut - Aug. 2, 1971 Minnesota Twins - 1971-1972 Montreal Expos - 1974

University of Iowa - 1969-1971 MLB Debut - July 19, 1973 Montreal Expos - 1973-1976

University of Iowa - 1970-1972 MLB Debut - April 4, 1974 Texas Rangers - 1974-1983, 1988-1989 Milwaukee Brewers - 1984 Kansas City Royals - 1985-1986 Chicago Cubs - 1987-1988

University of Iowa - 1976-1978 MLB Debut - Oct. 4, 1980 Baltimore Orioles - 1980-1988 Boston Red Sox - 1988-1990 Kansas City Royals - 1991-1992 Milwaukee Brewers - 1993

University of Iowa - 1977-1979 MLB Debut - April 4, 1983 Cincinnati Reds - 1983

University of Iowa - 1987-1989 MLB Debut - Sept. 24, 1991 Milwaukee Brewers - 1991-1999 Chicago White Sox - 2000-2001 St. Louis Cardinals - 2003-2005

University of Iowa - 1988-1990 MLB Debut - Sept. 18, 1992 Cincinnati Reds - 1992-1993

University of Iowa - 1988-1990 MLB Debut - Sept. 6, 1998 Kansas City Royals - 1998

University of Iowa - 1990-1995 MLB Debut - May 9, 1999 Chicago Cubs - 1999 Oakland Athletics - 2000 Texas Rangers - 2001

University of Iowa - 1997-1999 MLB Debut - Sept. 20, 2002 Kansas City Royals - 2002 Milwaukee Brewers - 2003-2005 Florida Marlins - 2007

University of Iowa - 2010-13 MLB Debut - Sept. 3, 2016 Toronto Blue Jays - 2016

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IOWABASE BALL Year 2016 2016 2016 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2012 2012 2011 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2005 2005 2004 2003 1999

Name *Joel Booker *Nick Roscetti *Tyler Peyton *Blake Hickman *Nick Hibbing *Eric Toole Kris Goodman Tyler Peyton *Jake Yacinich Taylor Zeutenhorst Sasha Kuebel Andrew Hanse *Matt Dermody Matt Dermody Mike McQuillan Matt Dermody Kurtis Muller Zach Robertson Pat Schatz Steve Turnbull Kyle Heim Michael Schurz Caleb Curry Ryan Arp Kevin Hoef Jason White Dusty Napolean Travis Sweet Andrew Lytle Kris Welker Nathan Johnson Kyle Thousand Wes Obermueller

IOWA M LB DRAFT PIC KS Rd. Pick 22 656 26 771 29 884 7 202 16 487 22 647 32 956 33 985 14 239 38 1131 38 1155 22 668 28 835 23 723 33 1014 29 888 22 667 30 917 49 1478 17 520 44 1329 44 1331 14 417 45 1356 48 1450 17 519 19 600 29 891 25 754 41 1213 20 602 26 770 2 58

Organization Chicago White Sox Milwaukee Brewers Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox Pittsburgh Pirates Colorado Rockies Miami Marlins Cincinnati Reds Los Angeles Angels Seattle Mariners St. Louis Cardinals Tampa Rays Toronto Blue Jays Arizona Diamondbacks Washington Nationals Colorado Rockies Cincinnati Reds Florida Marlins Chicago White Sox Toronto Blue Jays St. Louis Cardinals Houston Astros San Francisco Giants Los Angeles Dodgers Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles Oakland Athletics Houston Astros Cleveland Indians Chicago White Sox Philadelphia Phillies Toronto Blue Jays Kansas City Royals

Year 1999 1998 1998 1998 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1989 1989 1989 1986 1986 1985 1985 1984 1984 1982 1981 1981 1981 1980 1980 1979

Name Brian Mitchell Nate Frese Jeremiah Meccage C.J. Thieleke Bobby Morris Steve Eddie Bo Porter Danan Hughes Brett Backlund Tim Killeen Matt Johnson Kevin Minchk Tom Anderson Brett Backlund Robert Hughes Tim Costo Chris Hatcher Cal Eldred Rodney Rogers Allen Rath Jeff Gurtcheff John Knapp Mike Darby Thomas Snowberger Mike Darby Jeff Ott Brian Hobaugh Anthony Burley Edward Garton Bill Drambel Dave Hoeksema Tom Mullen Chuck Johnson

Rd. Pick 40 1213 10 286 19 576 32 937 9 250 33 932 40 1118 3 79 5 147 14 396 23 653 45 1261 8 209 44 1155 53 1348 1 8 3 88 1 17 38 985 47 1202 21 524 23 592 27 668 26 677 27 668 43 822 24 600 14 351 18 445 40 846 8 202 15 371 6 139

Organization Toronto Blue Jays Chicago Cubs Los Angeles Dodgers Minnesota Twins Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Chicago Cubs Milwaukee Brewers Pittsburgh Pirates Oakland Athletics Toronto Blue Jays San Diego Padres Houston Astros Cincinnati Reds San Diego Padres Cleveland Indians Houston Astros Milwaukee Brewers Kansas City Royals Los Angeles Angels Pittsburgh Pirates Los Angeles Dodgers Seattle Mariners Detroit Tigers Montreal Expos New York Yankees Minnesota Twins Pittsburgh Pirates New York Mets Pittsburgh Pirates Montreal Expos Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox

Year 1979 1978 1978 1977 1977 1976 1975 1975 1973 1973 1972 1972 1972 1971 1971 1970 1970 1970 1969 1969 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1965 1965

Name Jeff Jones Mike Boddicker Rich Carlucci Thomas Steinmetz Ronald Hess Steven Stumpff Bryan Jones Mark Ewell Jim Sundberg Jim Wise Jim Cox Fred Mims Jim Sundberg Fred Mims Jim Cox David Breshears David Krull David Breshears David Breshears Jim Koering David Krull Paul Starman Larry Rathje Marc Michel Jim McAndrew Bob Gebhard Joseph Madden

Rd. Pick 20 516 6 152 18 467 23 564 25 627 15 347 3 57 13 298 1 (1sc) 2 19 444 1 (1sc) 2 3 (1sc) 62 8 172 13 297 1 (6sc) 17 3 (1sc) 72 7 (1sc) 137 3 (6sc) 70 17 387 17 391 36 823 29 656 21 415 25 497 11 245 44 547 38 693

Organization Cincinnati Reds Baltimore Orioles New York Yankees Montreal Expos New Yankees San Francisco Giants Kansas City Royals Montreal Expos Texas Rangers St. Louis Cardinals Montreal Expos Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers San Diego Padres Cleveland Indians New York Mets Montreal Expos St. Louis Cardinals Chicago White Sox  Minnesota Twins Pittsburgh Pirates Chicago Cubs Minnesota Twins San Francisco Giants New York Mets Minnesota Twins San Francisco Giants

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IOWABASE BALL IOWABASE BALL DONALD W. & MARILYN HEINEKING BASEBALL SCHOLARSHIP Don Heineking established the Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Baseball Scholarship in 2004. Don is a long-time supporter of Iowa athletics, a member of the Johnson County I-Club Board of Directors and member of the Iowa Scholarship Fund Board of Directors. In 2002, Don and Marilyn established scholarships in football and women’s basketball. Then, in 2003, they added a wrestling scholarship and men’s basketball manager’s scholarship. Most recently, they added baseball, softball and volleyball scholarships.

S C H O L A R S H I P S / C A L E L D R E DS CLHI GO H LA TR S SFHUINP D S Hawkeye coaches Duane Banks and Scott Broghamer -- who they said are their good friends and longtime mentors -- as reasons for making the gift. The gift was commemorated by a plaque at the field. Cal Eldred, who grew up in Urbana and attended Iowa for three years before being drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1989, said, “My experience at Iowa helped shape me as a player and person. Coach Banks has stayed involved in my life and has always been there for me. I couldn’t be happier about making this gift for Hawkeye baseball. I hope others will consider helping out however they can.”

Don lives in Iowa City and is a member of the President’s Club of the UI Foundation. Marilyn passed away in February of 2004. CAL ELDRED LIGHTS FUND Cal Eldred lit up Hawkeye baseball once again,instead of employing his expert pitching, the former Major League Baseball star and his wife, Christi, made a gift to fund the installation of lights at Iowa’s Duane Banks Field. The Cedar Rapids couple gave $245,000 for the installation of lights at the baseball field named after Cal Eldred’s former coach. The gift, the largest ever from a current professional athlete’s family to Iowa athletics, allowed the project to be completed in Sept. 2001. The Hawkeyes won the first night game played at Banks Field, April 10, 2002, against Northern Illinois, 11-9. The University of Iowa officially dedicated the lights Sat., April 13, 2002.

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MIKE BODDICKER SCHOLARSHIP Former Iowa standout Mike Boddicker, and his family, have established the Mike Boddicker Scholarship. The scholarship goes each year to a member of the Iowa baseball team who is in good academic standing and displays outstanding character and personality. Boddicker, a native of Norway, Iowa, earned All-Big Ten honors as a pitcher and infielder during his Hawkeye career (1976-78). In 1983, he was named the American League “Rookie of the Year.” After pitching in the major leagues for 11 years, Boddicker retired in 1993. He played for the Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals.

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Colin Mattiace Colin Mattiace Colin Mattiace Colin Mattiace Nate Frese Nate Frese Brian Mitchell Brian Mitchell Andy Jansen Ian Mattiace Reed Pawlek Reed Pawlek Kris Welker

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Travis Sweet Travis Sweet Kevin Hoef Michael Jacobs Jared Hippen Jared Hippen Jarred Hippen Sasha Kuebel Eric Toole Blake Hickman Jimmy Frankos Austin Guzzo

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TH E U N IVE RSITY OF IOWA Building on a rich tradition of excellence and innovation, the University of Iowa is educating more than 30,000 students annually, preparing them for success immediately following graduation, as well as continued achievements throughout their lives.

DID YOU KNOW... 45.7 percent of UI students are from out of state 25 University of Iowa graduate programs and colleges ranked among the top 25 in the nation. -U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Graduate Schools, 2015 With over 31,000 students in a city of roughly 75,000, UI offers a different atmosphere than many other universities in the Big Ten or the Midwest. The unemployment rate in Iowa City (2.7 %) ranks among the nations’ lowest. (May, 2015).

The University of Iowa offers more than 100 areas of undergraduate and graduate study, including seven professional degree programs, through its 11 colleges: the colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health, and the Graduate College. The University also provides on-campus and distance learning opportunities through its division of Continuing Education. Long recognized as one of the nation’s leading centers for the arts, creative writing, space physics, hydraulics, basic health and science research, and communication studies, the University of Iowa is also developing new strengths in informatics, nanoscience, simulation technology, and other fields.

and providing opportunities for all University students interested in other cultures. Scholarships, fellowships, and support programs help to make this possible. International Programs brings together scholars from around the world and UI students looking to expand their perspectives by studying abroad or exploring global issues on campus. International students at the University of Iowa represent more than 100 countries. How the University of Iowa Measures Up “Designated as a “best buy” 10 years in a row ” — Fiske Guide to the Colleges, 2015

One of the top 30 public institutions in the country U.S. News & World Report, 2015 Ranked #121 on “Best Global Universities” list (U.S. News & World Report Global Rankings, 2014)

The University of Iowa has maintained its tradition as an innovator “Professors make themselves accessible and possess a genuine with its pioneering work in speech pathology, science and medicine. interest in students’ experiences,” — Insider’s Guide to the It’s also known internationally for being home of one of the nation’s Colleges, 2012 largest public university owned hospitals. 25 University of Iowa graduate programs and colleges ranked among the top 25 in the nation — U.S. News & World Report’s Cultural DIVERSITY at the University of Iowa America’s Best Graduate Schools, 2016 The University of Iowa has worked hard to assure that students of all races, creeds, and backgrounds are represented in the student body. In the past five years, Iowa has moved aggressively towards its goal of creating communities of African American, Hispanic/Latino (a), Asian American, and Native American students, and making the University a stimulating, welcoming place.

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics ranked as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” — U.S. News & World Report, 2012 One of the top five college towns in America among cities under 250,000 — American Institute for Economic Research, College Destination Index, 2010-11

The Center for Diversity and Enrichment is a coordinated universitywide resource for creating and maintaining this campus diversity

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CONSIDER THE COMMUNITY

“Iowa City is one of the great college campuses in the country. I love coming to Iowa City!”

Some universities offer the large city atmosphere. Others offer the college town experience. The University of Iowa is uniquely situated to offer student athletes the very best of both of these different worlds.

MARK JONES ESPN BROADCASTER

Once the state capital, Iowa City is considered one of the truly great college towns in America. The city swells with excitement on game day when nearly 16,000 Hawkeye fans from across the state and Midwest converge on Carver-Hawkeye Arena to cheer the Hawkeyes to another victory. Iowa City’s downtown area is alive and thriving. Restaurants, shops and sidewalk cafes face onto pedestrian malls full of people watchers, street entertainers and food vendors. Attractive in size and friendliness, Iowa City is big in the sense that it offers all the advantages and conveniences of much larger metropolitan areas like summer and permanent employment opportunities, live entertainment and concerts, fine “Iowa City is unlike any other place in the state, both because dining and shopping, industry and commerce. of its regional beauty and because of its independent, serendipitous spirit. Iowa City is located in the heart of eastern Iowa, within easy driving distance of several major There’s nothing like feeling the crisp air as one tours the Big Midwestern cities including the state capital, Des Ten campus, just as there’s no other feeling like walking the Moines, as well as Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, shores along Lake MacBride, north of town. This is an ideal Minneapolis and Milwaukee. location for a weekend trip filled with sights, sounds, shopping and plenty of activities on any given weekend.” If there is a star in Iowa, Iowa City is it.” DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER PA PG A EG E6 01


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“Move to Iowa City. Some of the happiest people in the world live in Iowa City.” CHRISTOPHER KEYES EDITOR | MIDWEST MAGAZINE | AUGUST, 2007

TH E U N IVE RSITY OF IOWA

• Iowa City named third-best major metropolitan area in the country for college students “American Institute for Economic Research,” August 2011 • Iowa City ranks 3rd for volunteer rate (mid-sized cities) • Named best U.S. city to live in for college graduates “Volunteering in America,” Corporation for National & Community Huffington Post, May 2015 Service, August 2011 • #1 employment destination for college graduates (American • “Top Towns for Jobs,” Institute for Economic Research, 2015) MSN CareerBuilder, January 2010 • #8 “Top 30 Small Cities” • No. 5 “Best Places to Begin a Career” Area Development Magazine, June 2015 Metros Under 500,000, Forbes Magazine, July, 2010 • UI Hospitals and Clinics ranked as the #12 best employer in • Iowa ranks 9th in the nation for number of state parks, the U.S. and #1 in the health care industry recreational areas and natural areas Forbes Magazine, 2015 CQ Press, 2010 • 25 years on list of “America’s Best Hospitals” U.S. News & • Iowa ranks 10th in safest neighborhoods in the U.S. - CQ Press, World Report, 2014 2010 • Iowa City is ranked the #4 college town in America • Iowa has the 3rd-highest public high school graduation rate in American Institute for Economic Research, 2014 the U.S. - CQ Press, 2010 • #47 on livability.com’s list of best places to live (2014) • Iowa City is ranked as one of America’s Top 100 Adventure Cities • Named a top-10 college town by Livability.com, Aug., 2013 National Geographic Adventure, October 2009 • The Iowa City Public Library is #5 on the “Top 10 Libraries for • No. 13 “Top College Towns for Jobs” Children” list - Livability.com, 2012 Forbes Magazine, May 2009 • One of the Top 25 “Best Places to Retire and Work” Sperling’s Best Places, March 2007 - Forbes, 2012 • Iowa City/Coralville/North Liberty named an Iowa Great Place • UI Hospitals and Clinics ranked top hospital in Iowa; nine Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, October 2009 UICH programs rated among the best in the U.S. - US News • Iowa has over 1400 miles of trails for hiking and biking within its and Word Report, 2012 state parks and recreational areas • Iowa City West and City High ranked among the best high Iowa Department of Transportation schools in the country - Newsweek, 2012 • One of 50 “Best Places to Live and Play” • Johnson County is ranked third nationally in the “Fourth National Geographic Adventure Economy Index,” Apirl, 2012 • #18 among the top 25 green cities in the country Country Home • Iowa City ranks 8th out of 179 on best performing small • Healthiest Town in the United States cities list Men’s Journal “Milken Institute,” October 2011

IOWA CITY: THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE

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The University of Iowa campus caters to pedestrians and bicyclists; it’s compact enough to cross in a 20-minute walk. A free ride on a campus bus can cut that time in half. Entertainment on campus and in Iowa City is geared toward student budgets, with many events offered at no charge. The University of Iowa offers more than 400 student organizations, extensive recreation facilities, 50 fraternities and sororities, and a broad schedule of arts performances, lectures, cultural celebrations and club sports and intramural athletic contests to go along with the intercollegiate competition within the Big Ten Conference.

STUDENT-ORIENTED NIGHT LIFE

Iowa’s campus is set right in the city’s downtown area, where you’ll find dance clubs, movies, coffeehouses, and restaurants to suit every taste. Live music can be found any night of the week in clubs and restaurants, even outside on warm evenings on the downtown pedestrian mall. Iowa City businesses are convenient and geared toward student tastes and needs.

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A quality education is one of the highest priorities at the University of Iowa. Just over 90 percent of Johnson County residents have graduated from high school, and in Iowa City nearly half of all residents have earned bachelor’s degrees. In fact, census statistics indicate Johnson County is the 10th “smartest” county in the nation, based on percentage of residents holding bachelor’s degrees. The University of Iowa represents a strong presence in the community while enhancing the quality of life in Iowa City. Your aspiration may be a career in medicine, law or education. Regardless of the specific career field, it’s important to identify the college baseball program that places a high priority on academics and allows you to take full advantage of the tremendous educational opportunities available.

ATHLETICS AND ACADEMICS

At The University of Iowa, a strong relationship has been developed between athletics and academics, where coaches and athletes work hand-in-hand with academic deans and professors, assuring the student-athlete the best possible opportunities to excel in the classroom and in athletics. From the first visit for any prospective student-athlete, to the completion of their academic and athletic career at Iowa, academic personnel play a large role in the career of Hawkeye studentathletes. Beginning with the on-campus visits, student-athletes are introduced to professors in their selected field of study, and are able to establish a relationship and develop an understanding of the academic setting in which they will be involved.

At the University of Iowa, student-athletes learn quickly that academic success is the highest priority.

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The University of Iowa Russell and Ann Gerdin Athletic Learning Center opened in the fall of 2003. The Learning Center is a multi-level, 20,000-square foot facility, which provides one all-purpose area for the academic pursuits for Iowa’s male and female student-athletes. The facility is centrally located on the UI campus for easy access by all student-athletes and staff. The Learning Center features an auditorium, two classrooms, study lounges for freshmen and upper-class student-athletes, a computer lab, a teaching lab, the athletic library, office space for Iowa’s Academic Student Services staff and a display area to recognize the academic accomplishments of Iowa’s student-athletes.

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When a student-athlete considers his future, he should consider prospects beyond baseball. He should consider where he wants to be five, ten, fifteen years from today, and the best course of action for getting there. Also, he should decide early on to commit to excellence in every challenge undertaken.

Leland C. Adams Former president, Amoco Production Co. B.J. Armstrong, Iowa Letterman, 1986-89 Vice-President of Basketball, Wasserman Media Group NBA All-Star, 1994 Three-time NBA Champion, Chicago Bulls

H. John Hawkinson Former president and director of funds, Kemper Financial Services Inc. Richard O. Jacobson President, Jacobson Warehouse Co. Bill Krause President, Krause Gentle Corp. Richard Levitt Chairman & CEO, Nellis Corporation

John J. Balles Former president, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Frank N. Magid President, Frank N. Magid Associates, Inc., Pioneer in market research and media consultation

Matthew Bucksbaum Former CEO & Founder General Growth Properties

John Pappajohn Venture capitalist, entrepreneur; President, Equity Dynamics, Inc.

Arthur A. Collins Founder, Collins Radio (Rockwell Collins)

Gary Seamans Chairman and CEO, Westell Technologies, Aurora, IL

Kathleen A. Dore President, CanWest Media Works, Toronto, Canada Former Executive vice president and general manager, Bravo Television Network & the Independent Film Channel

Luther Smith Aerospace Engineer, pilot Member, Tuskegee Airmen, 1942 World War II Purple Heart and Prisoner of War Medal

John W. English Former vice president and chief investment officer, Ford Foundation Nolden Gentry Iowa Letterman, ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Attorney, Brick, Gentry, Bowers, Swartz, Stoltze, Scheling and Levis Des Moines, IA Leonard Hadley Former chairman and CEO, Maytag Corporation

Henry B. Tippie Presiding Director, Rollins, Inc. Chairman of the Board, Dover Motorsports & Dover Downs Entertainment EDUCATION Joseph N. Crowley President, University of Nevada at Reno and former NCAA president R. Wayne Duke Former commissioner, Big Ten Conference E.F. Lindquist Co‑founder, American College Testing (ACT)

Governor, state of Iowa

Al Jarreau Grammy Award‑winning singer

General Charles A. Horner Architect of the US air war against Iraq during the Persian Gulf War/Desert Storm

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Mark Johnson Film producer and Oscar Award winner for Rainman

Alan Larson Assistant to Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs

John B. McLendon First African-American coach inducted into The Basketball Hall of Fame

Alex Karras Former NFL All‑Pro, Detroit Lions; actor, Victor, Victoria; Blazing Saddles; “Webster”

Eddie Robinson Legendary football coach, Grambling State University

Barry Kemp Television producer, creator of the hit series “Coach”

Ruth Van Roeckel McGregor Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, 2005 recipient, American Judicature Society’s Dwight D. Opperman Award for Judicial Excellence

Wilbur Schramm International authority on communications and founder, Iowa Writers’ Workshop

Shirley Rich Krohn Casting director for Kramer vs Kramer, Three Days of the Condor, Taps, Saturday Night Fever

Richard Schultz Executive Director, United States Olympic Committee; Former Executive Director, NCAA

Ashton Kutcher Actor, “That 70s Show” and other productions

Without a doubt, the men and women listed here took time to consider their future and the ways to get there. These former University of Iowa undergraduates have gone on to become leaders in their chosen fields. They also pursued their academic studies as strongly as the Iowa Hawkeyes go after a loose ball or rebound.

BUSINESS

Track and Cross Country Letterman Founder and Innovator, Arena Football

James Van Allen Space physicist ENTERTAINMENT

Richard Maibaum Writer of James Bond motion picture scripts David Milch Creator, Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue and other television series Three-time Emmy Award recipient Founder, Redboard Productions

B.J. Armstrong, Iowa Letterman, 1986-89 NBA All-Star, 1994 Three-time NBA Champion, Chicago Bulls, VicePresident, Basketball, Wasserman Media Group

Marian Rees Producer of television films Owner, Marian Rees and Associates

Diablo Cody Best Original Screenplay Oscar Award for Juno

Brandon Routh Actor, Superman

Michele M. Crider Recognized worldwide as a leading soprano Has performed in all of Europe’s major opera houses

Gene Wilder Actor, Silver Streak, Young Frankenstein, Stir Crazy

Simon Estes International opera star

GOVERNMENT

John Falsey Executive producer of television’s “Northern Exposure” & “I’ll Fly Away” Jim Foster

Mary Louise Smith Noted political party leader and civil rights proponent Juanita Kidd Stout First African-American woman elected to a state Supreme Court LITERATURE Marvin Bell Iowa Poet Laureate UI Writers Workshop faculty member and mentor from 1965 until retirement in 2005 Mildred Wirt Benson Author of 23 Nancy Drew mysteries and first woman to receive master’s degree in journalism at Iowa T.C. Boyle Author of 11 Novels & eight short story collections

Winner of numerous literary awards, including five O. Henry Awards John Irving Writer, The World According to Garp; A Son of the Circus; Hotel New Hampshire; A Prayer for Owen Meany W.P. Kinsella Writer, Shoeless Joe

Brett Dolan Broadcaster, Houston Astros George Gallup Founder, The Gallup Poll Charles Guggenheim Documentary filmmaker, Peabody and Oscar award winner

Margaret Walker Writer, Jubilee

Milo Hamilton 50 years in Broadcasting Voice of the Houston Astros

MEDIA

Harry Kalas Broadcaster, Philadelphia Phillies

Alan Abelson Editor, Barron’s

Bob Miller Broadcaster, Los Angeles Kings

Tom Brokaw Former anchorman, NBC News

Herbert Nipson Executive Editor, Ebony

Paul Burmeister Quarterback, 1992, 1993 Sports anchor/reporter The NFL Network

Brian Ross Correspondent, NBC News; Peabody and Emmy award winner

schizophrenia, as well as creativity

Marilynne Robinson 2005, Gilead

James Bramson Executive Director, American Dental Association

Jane Smiley 1992, A Thousand Acres

Dr. Johann L. Ehrenhaft Pioneer in field of open heart surgery Dr. Robert C. Hardin Developed blood bank protocols during WW II based on seminal work on blood preservation Dr. Don H. O’Donoghue Sports medicine pioneer

Tennessee Williams 1948, A Streetcar Named Desire 1955, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof FIRST ADVANCED DEGREES IN THE UNITED STATES African-Americans who received advanced degrees from the University of Iowa, who were also the first in the United States to receive that particular degree:

Dr. Emory D. Warner World recognized pathologist

Alexander Clark, Jr. 1879, law degree

PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS Marquis Childs 1970, St. Louis Post Dispatch

Elizabeth Catlett 1940, master’s in art Lulu Johnson 1941, Ph.D. in history

Rita Dove 1987, Thomas and Beulah U.S. Poet Laureate

Oscar Anderson Fuller 1942, Ph.D. in music

John Cochran Correspondent, ABC News

Mark Shapiro Former Vice-President, ESPN

Paul Conrad Political cartoonist and three-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize

Carole Simpson Anchor, ABC News

Jorie Graham 1996, The Dream of the Unified Field; New and Selected Poems

Wayne Drehs General assignment writer, espn.com

MEDICINE

J. Tracy Kidder 1982, The Soul of a New Machine

Dr. Nancy Andreasen Psychiatrist renowned for her research on

James A. McPherson 1978, Elbow Room

Lilia Ann Abron 1972, Ph.D. in chemical engineering Lisa Portis 1989, Ph.D. in pharmacology

David Bonior U.S. House of Representatives, Mt. Clemons, MI Terry Branstad JUANITA KIDD STOUT First African-American woman Elected to a state Supreme Court

NOLDEN GENTRY Attorney

JOHN PAPPAJOHN Entrepreneur

TOM BROKAW Former Anchorman, NBC News

DON NELSON Head Coach, Golden State Warriors

MARK SHAPIRO Former Executive Vice-President, ESPN

EDDIE ROBINSON Former Football Coach Grambling State University

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IOWABASE BALL IOWABASE BALL

C O N S I D E RI OTW H AE T C OR M AD MIUTNI OI T NY S

THE HAWKEYE NICKNAME

HERKY THE HAWKEYE

The University of Iowa borrowed its athletic nickname from the state of Iowa many years ago. The name Hawkeye was originally the name of the hero in the fictional novel, The Last of the Mohicans, written by James Fenimore Cooper. Cooper had the Delaware Indians bestow the name on a white scout who lived with them.

The Hawkeye nickname gained a tangible symbol in 1948 when a cartoon character, later to be named Herky the Hawkeye was hatched. The creator was Richard Spencer III, instructor of journalism at Iowa.

In 1838, 12 years after the book was published, people in the territory of Iowa acquired the nickname, chiefly through the efforts of Judge David Rorer of Burlington and James Edwards of Fort Madison. Edwards, editor of the Fort Madison Patriot, moved his paper to Burlington in 1843 and renamed it the Burlington Hawkeye. The two men continued their campaign to popularize the name, and territorial officials eventually gave it their formal approval.

The impish Hawk was an immediate hit and acquired a name through a statewide contest staged by the athletic department. John Franklin, a Belle Plaine alumnus, was the man who suggested Herky. Since his birth more than 45 years ago, Herky has symbolized Iowa athletics and epitomized University life. He even donned a military uniform during the Korean War and became the insignia of the 124th Fighter Squadron. During the mid-1950s, Herky came to life at a football game as the Iowa mascot. Since that time, Herky has been a familiar figure at Iowa athletics events. PA PG A EG E6 61


IOWABASE BALL at #31 Dallas Baptist at #31 Dallas Baptist at #31 Dallas Baptist ! vs. Indiana State ! vs. Dartmouth ! vs. Chicago State at Southern Illinois at Southern Illinois at Southern Illinois Northwestern College % vs. Omaha % vs. Seton Hall % vs. Savannah State % vs. Point University at #19 Missouri State at #19 Missouri State at #19 Missouri State Bradley * Maryland * Maryland * Maryland Northern Illinois * at Minnesota * at Minnesota * at Minnesota Milwaukee * Illinois * Illinois * Illinois Air Force Air Force * at Indiana * at Indiana * at Indiana * #18 Michigan * #18 Michigan * #18 Michigan Grand View Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State Western Illinois * at Ohio State * at Ohio State * at Ohio State * Michigan State * Michigan State * Michigan State at Western Illinois * at Penn State * at Penn State * at Penn State $ vs. Minnesota $ vs. Ohio State $ vs. Maryland $ vs. Ohio State

RES. SCORE INNS

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

1-5 3-7 1-4 3-11 4-1 15-3 1-2 7-5 1-6 28-0 2-3 1-7 14-4 7-1 1-4 4-5 6-8 7-6 8-1 4-1 1-4 12-3 1-4 6-3 3-6 9-1 4-3 4-10 4-3 9-7 22-2 1-7 2-8 6-5 4-8 9-12 6-5 3-0 2-3 2-1 2-4 10-4 0-6 12-0 0-3 1-5 3-1 5-1 10-2 3-2 8-0 4-5 8-2 5-4 11-0 7-8

9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (12) 9 (10) 9 9

PITCHER OF RECORD

Peyton (0-1) Gallagher (0-1) McDonald (0-1) Peyton (0-2) Eldred (1-0) Vandermaten (1-0) Daniels (0-1) Gallagher (1-1) Mathews (0-1) McDonald (1-1) Eldred (1-1) Peyton (0-3) Gallagher (2-1) McDonald (2-1) Eldred (1-2) Gallagher (2-2) Radtke (0-1) Daniels (1-1) Eldred (2-2) Gallagher (3-2) Mathews (0-2) Martsching (1-0) Eldred (2-3) Peyton (1-3) Mathews (0-3) Lizarraga (1-0) Radtke (1-1) Peyton (1-4) Gallagher (4-2) Ritter (1-0) McDonald (3-1) Eldred (2-4) Peyton (1-5) Erickson (1-0) Eldred (2-5) Erickson (0-1) Gallagher (5-2) McDonald (4-1) Eldred (2-6) Gallagher (6-2) Mathews (0-4) Vandermaten (2-0) Eldred (2-7) Peyton (2-5) Gallagher (6-3) Eldred (2-8) Peyton (3-5) Erickson (2-1) Ritter (2-0) Gallagher (7-3) Peyton (4-5) Ritter (2-1) Eldred (3-8) Martsching (2-0) Gallagher (8-3) Martsching (2-1)

! Snowbird Baseball Classic (Port Charlotte, Fla) | % Spring Swing at LakePointe (Emerson, Ga.) | $ Big Ten Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) | * Conference Game | ^ Big Ten Tournament (Minneapolis) | + NCAA Regional (Springfield, Mo.)

OVERALL RECORD: 41-18 HOME: 17-3 AWAY: 14-12 NEUTRAL: 10-3 BIG TEN: 19-5

JOEL BOOKER

2016 OVERALL STATS

2016 RESULTS

DATE OPPOSITION

Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 8 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 14 March 18 March 19 March 20 March 22 March 25 March 26 March 27 March 29 April 1 April 3 April 3 April 6 April 9 April 9 April 10 April 12 April 13 April 15 April 16 April 17 April 22 April 23 April 24 April 26 April 29 May 1 May 1 May 3 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 17 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 25 May 27 May 28 May 29

2 0 1 6 S E A S O N S TAT S

PLAYER AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% Joel Booker .370 56 56 235 47 87 19 2 5 37 125 .532 16 7 29 3 .421 3 3 23 25 135 6 3 .979 Tyler Peyton .335 54 54 215 43 72 17 4 4 26 109 .507 28 1 35 8 .412 1 1 8 12 336 29 5 .986 Robert Neustrom .307 52 38 153 24 47 6 3 1 21 62 .405 17 4 34 5 .389 1 0 4 6 78 3 2 .976 Nick Roscetti .305 56 56 236 43 72 10 0 3 39 91 .386 22 6 47 2 .376 2 3 9 13 88 156 5 .980 Mason McCoy .291 56 56 223 37 65 12 2 2 34 87 .390 24 3 48 4 .367 1 3 7 11 44 130 9 .951 Daniel Aaron Moriel .253 52 42 158 24 40 6 0 4 26 58 .367 22 8 17 7 .370 1 3 5 7 249 34 1 .996 Jimmy Frankos .303 40 22 76 3 23 2 0 0 12 25 .329 10 8 8 2 .427 2 5 0 0 129 8 1 .993 Austin Guzzo .264 43 30 106 18 28 4 0 3 25 41 .387 20 1 36 0 .383 1 0 0 2 26 3 3 .906 Devin Pickett .240 22 3 25 4 6 0 0 0 1 6 .240 3 1 12 0 .345 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 1.000 Luke Farley .239 29 14 46 10 11 3 0 1 12 17 .370 13 2 16 2 .419 1 0 1 1 11 0 1 .917 E. Schenck-Joblinske .227 50 33 128 21 29 10 1 2 14 47 .367 12 4 33 2 .310 1 1 2 4 80 3 0 1.000 John Barrett .212 36 19 66 4 14 3 0 0 7 17 .258 8 2 14 4 .312 1 2 0 2 19 0 0 1.000 Grant Klenovich .208 24 13 48 4 10 1 0 0 3 11 .229 3 1 23 0 .259 2 0 1 1 102 4 2 .981 Mitchell Boe .190 33 18 58 12 11 1 0 0 4 12 .207 13 0 13 3 .338 0 1 2 2 38 47 4 .955 Zach Daniels .167 36 29 96 14 16 2 0 0 16 18 .188 17 0 20 2 .292 0 10 6 7 60 81 6 .959 Corbin Woods .164 39 21 61 11 10 0 0 1 5 13 .231 14 2 13 1 .338 0 0 4 6 59 15 0 1.000 Jared Mandel .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1.000 Totals .280 56 56 1930 319 541 96 12 26 282 739 .383 242 50 398 45 .372 17 32 72 99 1486 574 47 .978 Opponents .252 56 56 1855 224 468 73 10 30 208 651 .351 172 44 382 33 .328 16 35 37 54 1475 637 78 .964 LOB - Team (477), Opp (412). DPs Turned - Team (44), Opp (55). IBB - Team (5), Neustrom 2, Booker 1, Roscetti 1, Moriel 1. Opp (9). Picked off - Schenck-Joblinske 1.

TYLER PEYTON

JIMMY FRANKOS

PLAYER ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA Nick Gallagher 2.57 8 3 14 4 0 0 1 0 63.0 49 20 18 22 59 9 0 3 .211 2 4 1 0 2 C.J. Eldred 3.43 3 8 16 14 2 0 0 0 94.1 99 41 36 25 63 13 1 5 .275 6 12 2 2 9 Tyler Peyton 4.24 4 5 13 12 1 1 1 0 68.0 58 37 32 19 47 8 1 6 .230 5 8 0 3 4 Sammy Lizarraga 0.79 1 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 11.1 6 1 1 3 12 0 0 0 .162 3 0 0 0 0 Zach Daniels 1.50 1 1 16 0 0 0 1 5 18.0 14 3 3 4 15 0 1 0 .222 2 3 0 1 3 Josh Martsching 2.41 2 1 16 0 0 0 0 4 18.2 18 5 5 9 16 3 0 0 .273 1 0 0 1 2 Tyler Radtke 2.63 1 1 13 0 0 0 1 0 13.2 15 4 4 8 13 3 1 0 .278 1 0 0 1 0 Shane Ritter 3.00 2 1 13 2 0 0 2 0 27.0 26 10 9 14 19 5 2 2 .255 5 5 0 1 2 Cole McDonald 3.33 4 1 10 8 0 0 2 0 24.1 23 9 9 6 29 2 0 0 .250 1 1 2 0 2 Nick Allgeyer 3.44 0 0 22 1 0 0 1 1 36.2 28 16 14 11 32 5 1 2 .209 2 1 0 1 1 Ryan Erickson 4.15 2 1 16 3 0 0 0 0 47.2 47 33 22 24 25 5 1 2 .260 5 2 1 3 3 Jared Mandel 4.15 0 0 14 0 0 0 1 0 13.0 12 7 6 7 12 3 1 0 .261 1 4 0 0 0 Luke Vandermaten 4.22 2 0 16 0 0 0 0 1 21.1 25 11 10 7 11 6 0 2 .316 0 2 0 2 5 Calvin Mathews 5.79 0 4 12 12 0 0 0 0 37.1 45 25 24 13 27 11 1 8 .298 1 1 1 1 2 Kyle Wade 18.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 3 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 .500 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 3.54 30 26 56 56 3 5 4 11 495.1 468 224 195 172 382 73 10 30 .252 35 44 7 16 35 Opponents 4.89 26 30 56 56 2 2 2 11 491.2 541 319 267 242 398 96 12 26 .280 37 50 14 17 32 PB: Team (20), Moriel 17, Frankos 3. Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (3), Moriel 1, Peyton 1, Mandel. Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Moriel (23-35), Frankos (13-16), Gallagher (10-11), Eldred (3-6), Mathews (5-6), Erickson (4-5), Peyton (3-5), Martsching (2-5), McDonald (2-4), Vandermaten (2-3), Ritter (1-2), Radtke (2-2), Mandel (1-2), Allgeyer (1-2), Daniels (1-1), Guzzo (1-1).

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IOWABASE BALL

PLAYER AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% Joel Booker .333 24 24 99 16 33 8 0 3 16 50 .50005 7 3 13 3 .387 2 0 8 9 63 0 1 .984 Tyler Peyton .313 24 24 99 13 31 6 0 1 11 40 .404 9 1 18 5 .373 1 0 2 5 148 16 1 .994 Mason McCoy .284 24 24 88 13 25 4 0 0 10 29 .330 8 1 21 3 .351 0 3 4 6 13 54 4 .944 Robert Neustrom .278 24 20 79 11 22 3 2 0 8 29 .367 6 1 16 2 .337 0 0 2 3 47 0 1 .979 Nick Roscetti .265 24 24 102 13 27 0 0 1 5 30 .294 6 2 26 1 .318 0 2 2 5 41 67 3 .973 Daniel Aaron Moriel .222 22 15 63 7 14 4 0 1 6 21 .333 10 1 6 4 .333 1 1 1 2 63 9 0 1.000 Mitchell Boe .318 11 6 22 3 7 1 0 0 2 8 .364 2 0 8 2 .375 0 0 0 0 14 18 1 .970 Jimmy Frankos .317 17 13 41 2 13 1 0 0 7 14 .341 3 4 5 0 .400 2 5 0 0 75 6 0 1.000 Austin Guzzo .286 17 11 42 5 12 2 0 1 7 17 .405 2 1 16 0 .333 0 0 0 0 14 1 1 .938 E. Schenck-Joblinske .283 21 14 53 7 15 4 0 2 8 25 .472 4 3 14 1 .367 0 1 1 2 34 2 0 1.000 John Barrett .276 15 10 29 2 8 2 0 0 2 10 .345 5 1 5 2 .400 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 1.000 Grant Klenovich .231 10 7 26 1 6 1 0 0 0 7 .269 0 1 12 0 .259 0 0 0 0 57 4 0 1.000 Corbin Woods .200 13 4 10 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 .200 6 0 2 0 .500 0 0 1 2 16 9 0 1.000 Luke Farley .182 10 4 11 1 2 1 0 1 4 6 .545 5 0 5 1 .438 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 .667 Zach Daniels .137 17 15 51 3 7 1 0 0 5 8 .157 3 0 13 1 .185 0 5 3 4 32 50 4 .953 Devin Pickett .000 5 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0 .250 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals .274 24 24 818 101 224 38 2 10 91 296 .362 77 19 181 25 .348 6 18 24 38 643 263 20 .978 Opponents .249 24 24 802 101 200 30 4 20 98 298 .372 88 17 140 23 .335 4 17 13 17 643 286 31 .968

BATTING AND FIELDING

LOB - Team (194), Opp (184). DPs Turned - Team (26), Opp (30). IBB - Team (2), Roscetti 1, Moriel 1. Opp (4). Picked off - Schenck-Joblinske 1.

PB - Team (7), Moriel 5, Frankos 2. Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (2), Peyton 1, Mandel 1. Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Frankos (6-9), Moriel (7-8), Gallagher (5-5), Eldred (2-4), Peyton (2-2), Daniels (1-1), Mandel (1-1), Erickson (0-1), Ritter (0-1), Martsching (1-1), Mathews (1-1).

TEAMS MINNESOTA NEBRASKA OHIO STATE INDIANA MICHIGAN MICHIGAN STATE MARYLAND ILLINOIS IOWA PENN STATE RUTGERS NORTHWESTERN PURDUE

2016 BIG TEN STATISTICS

2016 BIG TEN STATS

BIG TEN RECORD: 12-12 HOME: 7-5 AWAY: 5-7

PLAYER ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA Ryan Erickson 2.03 2 1 8 1 0 0 0 0 31.0 23 12 7 13 13 2 0 1 .213 3 0 1 1 2 Nick Gallagher 3.03 4 1 7 3 0 0 0 0 32.2 28 12 11 13 28 6 0 2 .228 0 2 1 0 1 Tyler Peyton 3.60 4 2 7 7 1 1 1 0 40.0 32 18 16 13 25 5 0 5 .216 2 1 0 1 1 C.J. Eldred 4.56 1 5 8 8 2 0 0 0 49.1 59 26 25 12 35 9 1 4 .303 0 8 2 1 6 Zach Daniels 0.00 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 4 5.0 1 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 .059 1 0 0 0 0 Sammy Lizarraga 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .167 0 0 0 0 0 Nick Allgeyer 3.29 0 0 7 1 0 0 1 0 13.2 11 5 5 6 10 1 1 2 .216 1 0 0 0 1 Josh Martsching 3.86 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 3 7.0 7 3 3 5 5 1 0 0 .292 1 0 0 0 2 Shane Ritter 4.32 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 8.1 10 5 4 6 3 2 1 1 .286 1 1 0 0 1 Luke Vandermaten 4.50 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6.0 6 3 3 5 4 1 0 1 .300 0 1 0 0 3 Tyler Radtke 4.50 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 .143 0 0 0 0 0 Jared Mandel 6.23 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 8.2 4 6 6 4 5 1 1 0 .148 1 4 0 0 0 Calvin Mathews 10.38 0 2 4 4 0 0 0 0 8.2 17 10 10 4 5 2 0 4 .415 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 3.82 12 12 24 24 3 2 1 7 214.1 200 101 91 88 140 30 4 20 .249 10 17 4 4 17 Opponents 3.57 12 12 24 24 2 2 2 3 214.1 224 101 84 77 181 38 2 10 .274 11 19 1 6 18

2 0 1 6 B I G T E N S TAT S

BIG TEN W-L PCT. 16-7 .696 16-8 .667 15-9 .625 15-9 .625 13-10 .565 13-11 .542 13-11 .542 12-12 .500 12-12 .500 12-12 .500 9-15 .375 7-17 .292 2-22 .083

OVERALL W-L 36-21 37-22 44-20-1 32-24 36-21 36-20 30-27 28-23 30-26 28-27 27-27 15-39 10-44

PCT. .632 .627 .685 .571 .632 .643 .526 .549 .536 .509 .491 .278 .185

2016 BIG TEN STANDINGS

Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% Minnesota .323 57 2066 374 688 116 15 50 346 964 .467 192 27 371 35 .384 Michigan .299 57 1917 362 573 117 12 28 317 798 .416 246 49 381 43 .387 Michigan State .283 56 1922 290 544 101 14 26 255 751 .391 184 36 327 32 .353 Nebraska .281 59 2037 325 572 102 11 43 292 825 .405 213 58 363 36 .361 IOWA .280 56 1930 319 541 96 12 26 282 739 .383 242 50 398 45 .372 Rutgers .268 55 1799 304 482 83 14 19 265 650 .361 247 35 341 31 .363 Ohio State .267 65 2207 373 589 133 15 57 338 923 .418 276 70 483 30 .363 Northwestern .259 54 1833 252 474 69 10 18 230 617 .337 178 50 414 36 .339 Penn State .258 55 1830 266 473 69 14 16 240 618 .338 206 48 344 22 .344 Indiana .257 56 1885 270 484 81 10 36 248 693 .368 192 58 399 28 .340 Maryland .256 57 1898 285 485 88 11 41 261 718 .378 237 50 414 37 .351 Illinois .251 51 1727 226 434 75 5 27 205 600 .347 198 41 371 30 .340 Purdue .245 54 1833 210 450 83 6 23 185 614 .335 183 61 401 46 .333

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E 26 38 46-66 1513 547 42 29 41 60-83 1476 555 67 23 46 60-90 1534 567 68 24 24 62-92 1583 719 56 17 32 72-99 1486 574 46 26 36 121-146 1408 498 59 26 38 101-124 1763 747 65 11 21 32-50 1404 585 67 30 41 66-88 1461 570 92 25 36 47-71 1519 626 55 15 40 28-44 1520 651 66 15 24 54-68 1366 545 59 9 45 37-51 1418 593 72

FLD% .980 .968 .969 .976 .978 .970 .975 .967 .957 .975 .970 .970 .965

PITCHING Team ERA W-L G CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK S FA SHA Michigan State 2.75 36-20 56 1 6/5 15 511.1 441 199 156 182 466 76 6 19 .234 24 49 1 18 46 Indiana 3.09 32-24 56 4 2/2 11 506.1 451 212 174 130 412 83 18 25 .239 18 49 4 7 33 Ohio State 3.35 44-20 65 1 5/5 20 587.2 569 255 219 161 495 83 11 23 .254 50 51 3 13 41 IOWA 3.56 30-26 56 3 5/4 11 495.1 469 224 196 172 382 73 10 30 .253 36 44 7 16 35 Illinois 3.60 28-23 51 4 3/2 18 455.1 446 220 182 155 378 82 8 31 .257 32 36 6 19 23 Penn State 3.71 28-27 55 0 3/3 15 487.0 494 263 201 200 342 72 12 21 .264 55 41 4 27 40 Maryland 3.80 30-27 57 11 6/3 9 506.2 473 259 214 146 389 107 9 30 .246 32 53 2 15 38 Minnesota 3.84 36-21 57 3 4/1 14 504.1 466 254 215 209 422 68 11 26 .247 48 46 4 20 27 Michigan 3.86 36-21 57 1 8/7 10 492.0 440 247 211 276 490 94 11 23 .243 46 50 8 13 50 Nebraska 3.89 37-22 59 1 8/7 16 527.2 500 260 228 233 382 62 6 28 .253 48 35 2 15 38 Rutgers 4.87 27-28 55 6 3/2 10 469.1 500 289 254 235 369 88 8 28 .276 32 47 5 18 45 Purdue 5.26 10-43 54 1 4/3 2 472.2 556 341 276 203 304 104 10 37 .295 38 51 4 21 38 Northwestern 6.29 14-39 54 0 1/1 8 468.0 576 385 327 218 280 102 25 38 .309 68 60 14 37 35

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IOWA ALL-AMERICANS

IOWABASE BALL 1949

Jack Bruner, P Coaches Association/First Team

1949

Jack Dittmer, 2B Coaches Association Second Team

1971

Jim Cox, 2B

1975

Bryan Jones, 2B The Sporting News First Team

1989

Tim Costo, SS Collegiate Baseball Third Team

Chris Hatcher, OF Baseball America Third Team

1990

Tim Costo, SS Baseball America First Team The Sporting News First Team

1992

Brett Backlund, P/IF Collegiate Baseball Second Team

1999

Brad Carlson, 1B Baseball America Second Team Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

Alex Dvorsky, C/OF Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

2000

Reed Pawelk, P Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

2001

Ryan Mentkowski, P Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

2008

Kurtis Muller, OF Ping Baseball Freshman All-American

2012

Sasha Kuebel, P Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

2015 Blake Hickman, P Louisville Slugger ThirdTeam Tyler Peyton, Utility NCBWA Third Team D1Baseball.com Third Team

ALL-AMERICANS

JACK BRUNER • P

JACK DITTMER • 2B

JIM COX • 2B

BRYAN JONES • 2B

TIM COSTO • SS

CHRIS HATCHER • OF Baseball America Third Team, 1989

Baseball America, First Team, 1990 Collegiate Baseball, First Team, 1990

BRETT BACKLUND • P/IF

BRAD CARLSON • 1B

ALEX DVORSKY • C/OF

REED PAWELK • P

RYAN MENTKOWSKI • P

KURTIS MULLER • OF

SASHA KUEBEL • P

Coaches Association First Team, 1949

Collegiate Baseball Second Team, 1992

BLAKE HICKMAN • P Louisville Slugger Third Team, 2015

Coaches Association Second Team, 1949

Baseball America - Second Team Louisville Slugger Freshman , 1999

TYLER PEYTON • UTIL. NCBWA - Third Team, 2015 D1Baseball.com - Third Team, 2015

1971

Louisville Slugger Freshman, 1999

The Sporting News First Team, 1975

Louisville Slugger Freshman, 2000

Collegiate Baseball Third Team, 1989

Louisville Slugger Freshman, 2001

PING Baseball Freshman 2008

TIM COSTO • SS

Louisville Slugger Freshman, 2012

HAWKEYE ALL-AMERICANS 16 PAG E 69


Jack Bruner, P Jack Dittmer, 2B Glenn Drahn, P Murland Moran, OF Bob Primrose, 3B Jack Lindquist, CF Don Waldron, SS Ed Lindsey, LF Les Hawthorne, CF Don Dobrino, P Dick Weatherly, C Jim Freese, C Mickey Moses, LF Gary Breshears, 2B Gary Breshears, 2B Jim Cox, 2B Fred Mims, OF Fred Mims, OF Bill Heckroth, P Tom Hurn, 1B Larry Schutzius, OF Steve Stumpff, 1B Mark Ewell, P Brad Trickey, 3B Steve Stumpff, 1B Tom Steinmetz, 2B Dave Hoeksema, SS John Hoyman, 1B Tom Mullen, P Lance Platz, OF Ed Garton, 3B John Knapp, 3B Rob Eddie, OF Luis Ramirez, OF Keith Noreen, 3B Tim Costo, SS Chris Hatcher, OF Keith Noreen, 3B Tim Costo, SS John DeJarld, P Chris Hatcher, OF Keith Noreen, 3B Brian Wujcik, OF Brett Backlund, P/IF Kurt Belger, P Brian Mitchell, 3B Brad Carlson, 1B

2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2014 2015 2016

Nathan Johnson, P Tim Gudex, P Tim Gudex, P Jason White, SS Travis Sweet, OF Ryan Durant, OF Jake Yacinich, SS Blake Hickman, P Joel Booker, OF Nick Roscetti, SS

SECOND TEAM 1984 1987 1988 1991 1992 1993 1994 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Craig Conti Mark Boland Bill Heinz, OF Brett Backlund, P Tim Killeen, C Jay Polson, OF Steve Weimer, P Matt Ostrom, OF Colin Mattiace, P Ian Mattiace, IF Kyle Thousand, OF Nate Yoho, OF Nate Price, OF Austin Seward, P Caleb Curry, OF Nick Erdman, P Kevin Hoef, 3B Caleb Curry, OF Jarred Hippen, P Kurtis Muller, OF Jarred Hippen, P Phil Keppler, IF Sasha Kuebel, P Eric Toole, OF Jake Mangler, 2B Nick Day, 3B Eric Toole, OF Calvin Mathews, P Nick Hibbing, RP

THIRD TEAM 1984 1986 1988 1991 1993 1996 1999 2001 2002 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2014 2015

BOB OLDIS, JR., MVP AWARD

Jeff Gurtcheff Jeff Gurtcheff Mark Denkinger, P Danan Hughes, OF Colin Mattiace, P C.J. Theileke, IF Brad Carlson, IF Jim Magrane, P Kurt Vitense, IF Kyle Thousand, OF Nathan Johnson, P Jason White, IF Andy Lytle, IF Kris Welker, C Justin Toole, 2B Justin Toole, SS Justin Toole, SS Zach McCool, 3B Tyson Blaser, C Trevor Willis, OF Eric Toole, OF Dan Potempa, DH Tyler Peyton, 1B Nick Roscetti, SS

AWARDED TO IOWA’S TEAM MVP

Rob Eddie, OF Luis Ramirez, OF Keith Noreen, 3B John DeJarld, P Brian Wujcik, OF Brett Backlund, P/IF Brett Backlund, O/IF Jay Polson, OF Matt Ostrom, OF Kurt Belger, P Colin Mattiace, P Brian Mitchell, 3B Nate Frese, SS Jim Magrane, P Kurt Vitense, IF Reed Pawelk, P

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kurt Vitense, IF Brad Carlson, IF Dyson Miguel, P Nathan Johnson, P Nathan Johnson, P Tim Gudex, P Kris Welker, C Tim Gudex, P Jason White, IF Dusty Napoleon, IF Travis Sweet, OF Justin Toole, IF Caleb Curry, OF Ryan Durant, OF Justin Toole, SS Kurtis Muller, OF

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Jarred Hippen, P Mike McQuillan, 1B Phil Keppler, DH Matt Dermody, P Jake Yacinich, SS Tyler Peyton, RHP/1B Joel Booker, OF

JOEL BOOKER

ABCA ALL-REGION 2008 2014 2015 2016

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

2009 BIG TEN

1949 1950 1953 1954 1956 1957 1959 1963 1965 1969 1970 1971 1972 1974 1975 1976 1977 1980 1981 1984 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1995 1997 2002

STANDINGS

FIRST TEAM

HAWKEYE HONORS

2016 MVP

Caleb Curry (1st team) Justin Toole (2nd team) Jake Yacinich (1st team) Jake Mangler (1st team) Blake Hickman (2nd team) Joel Booker (1st team)

1990 Brian Wujcik, OF 1991

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN

ALL-BIG TEN SELECTIONS

IOWABASE BALL

Matt Johnson, IF Curt Martin, C John Pratt, OF Hank Sprinkle, P

1992 Matt Johnson, IF Bob Morris, IF 1993 Bob Morris, IF Jay Witter, P 1994 Matt Austin, P Kurt Belger, P/SS Matt Kraus, OF 1995

Matt Austin, P Rober Holst, P Kevin Lawler, P Robert Lehnherr, IF Colin Mattiace, P Joe Muniz, IF John Ostwald, OF Jeff Steinfeldt, C

1996

Matt Austin, P Moshe Greenberg, P Michael Kron, P Kevin Lawler, P

Robert Lehnherr, IF Colin Mattiace, P Jeremy Meccage, P Joe Muniz, IF Jeff Schley, OF

1997

Kurt Belger, P Brian Mitchell, IF Kevin Lawler, C Joe Muniz, IF

1998 Toby Humes, C Brian Mitchell, IF Troy Wulf, P 1999

Brad Carlson, IF Matt Gruber, P Toby Humes, C Kurt Vitense, IF Troy Wulf, P

2000

Chad Blackwell, P Brad Carlson, IF Matt Gruber, P Toby Humes, C Andy Jansen, OF Ian Mattiace, IF Ryan Prahm, P Kurt Vitense, IF

2001

Chad Blackwell, P Brad Carlson, IF Lance Guyer, OF Andy Jansen, OF Luis Leon, IF Ian Mattiace, IF

2002

Brad Carlson, IF Chris Groth, IF Lance Guyer, OF Andy Jansen, OF Luis Leon, IF Ian Mattiace, IF B. Dutch Mendenhall, C

2003

Aaron Reasland, P Jim Reid, IF Austin Seward, P Chris Steele, IF Kyle Thousand, OF

2004

Ryan Dupic, P Tim Gudex, P Brent Jackson, P Nathan Johnson, P Mike Mogard, OF Aaron Reasland, P Jim Reid, IF Austin Seward, P

2005

Neal Coleman, OF Brian Furlong, P Tim Gudex, P L.J. Mims, OF Mike Mogard, OF Casey O’Rourke, P Aaron Reasland, P Austin Seward, P

2008

Tyson Blaser, C Nick Erdman, P Ben Geelan, C Kevin Hoef, IF Michael Jacobs, P Nick Muhlenbruch, IF Andrew Porter, P Justin Toole, IF

Sean Flanagan, IF Patrick Harshman, OF Kevin Lee, P Kurt Lee, P Zach McCool, IF Jeff Pacha, P Ricky Sandquist, P Chett Zeise, IF

2006

Neal Coleman, OF Ben Geelan, C Tim Gudex, P Jeff Maitland, OF L.J. Mims, OF Mike Mogard, OF Tom Moreland, C Aaron Reasland, P Austin Seward, P Chris Zinn, P

2009

Tyson Blaser, C Nick Erdman, P Kevin Hoef, IF Michael Jacobs, P Zach McCool, IF Jeff Pacha, OF Justin Toole, IF

2012

Ben Bergman, P Patrick Brennan, P Kasey Carling, IF Tim Fangman, P Kyle Haen, OF Ricky Sandquist, P Chett Zeise, IF

2007

Nick Erdman, P Ben Geelan, C Kevin Hoef, IF Tom Moreland, C Nick Muhlenbruch, IF Casey O’Rourke, P Justin Toole, P

2010

Tyson Blaser, C Patrick Brennan, P Ryan Durant, OF Patrick Harshman, OF Kevin Lee, P Zach McCool, IF Jeff Pacha, P Zach Robertson, P

2013

Ben Bergman, P Andrew Hanse, P Ricky Sandquist, P Dan Sheppard, C Anthony Torres, C

*2011

Tyson Blaser, C Keith Brand, C Patrick Brennan, P Matt Dermody, P

2016

Austin Guzzo, DH Grant Klenovich, 1B Jared Mandel, P Eric Schenck- Joblinske, OF Corbin Woods, IF

* -- school record 12 honorees

JUSTIN TOOLE 2008 & 2009 MVP

2014 Tyler Radtke, P 2015

Ryan Erickson, P Sean Moore, IF Dan Potempa, OF Tyler Radtke, P

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I N DIVI DUAL R ECOR DS

9 WINS IN 2005

TIM GUDEX

BATTING AVERAGE

(ATLEAST 50 AT BATS)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12.

Jim George Jeff Gurtcheff Jeff Gurtcheff John Knapp Jeff Wick Travis Sweet Chris Hatcher Rob Eddie Caleb Curry Justin Toole John Knapp Keith Noreen

.447 .444 .435 .429 .419 .413 .405 .402 .396 .395 .395 .394

1939 1985 1986 1986 1998 2007 1989 1986 2008 2008 1984 1989

John Knapp Justin Toole Joel Booker Travis Sweet Kurtis Muller Chris Hatcher Caleb Curry Chris Hatcher Brad Carlson Jeff Gurtcheff Eric Toole Rob Eddie Andy Lytle Keith Noreen Jake Yacinich Ed Garton

91 87 87 85 83 81 80 79 77 77 77 76 76 76 76 75

1986 2008 2016 2007 2010 1990 2008 1989 1999 1986 2015 1985 2005 1989 2014 1981

24 20 19 19 18 18 18 18 17

1986 1986 1989 2016 2011 2010 1987 1985 2003

HITS

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 12. 16.

DOUBLES

1. 2. 3. 5. 9.

John Knapp Bill Heinz Brian Wujick Joel Booker Tyson Blaser Ryan Durant Bill Heinz Rob Eddie Kyle Thousand

14.

Ian Mattiace Brad Carlson Bob Morris Tyler Peyton Jeff Gremley Andy Jansen Dave Hoeksema Kris Welker

17 17 17 17 16 16 16 16

TRIPLES

1. 2. 5.

Trevor Willis Kyle Thousand Rob Eddie Brad Trickey Bob Morris Chris Hatcher Randy Frakes Craig Conti Craig Conti Lance Platz Larry Rathje

9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

HOME RUNS

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

John Knapp Brad Carlson Tim Costo Brian Mitchell Jeff Gurtcheff Bill Heinz Brad Carlson Tim Costo Rob Eddie Randy Frakes Chris Hatcher

22 21 21 20 18 17 16 16 15 14 14

2002 8. Caleb Curry 1999 9. Tim Costo 1992 10. Rick Jennings 2016 11. Jeff Gurtcheff 2003 RUNS 1999 1. 1979 John Knapp 2. Jason White 2005 Tony Burley 4. Craig Conti 2011 Craig Conti 2002 6. Chris Hatcher 1985 Randy Frakes 1974 8. Justin Toole 1991 9. Travis Sweet 1989 10. Rob Eddie 1987 Keith Noreen 1986 1984 STOLEN BASES 1980 1. Caleb Curry 1967 2. Tony Burley 3. Lance Platz 4. Craig Conti 1986 5. Kurtis Muller 1999 6. Lance Platz 1989 7. Tim Gassmann 1997 8. Tom Steinmetz 1986 9. Craig Conti 1986 10. Tony Burley 2002 11. Eric Toole 1990 12. Travis Sweet 1986 Tim Gassmann 1985 Jake Yacinich 1989 15. Justin Toole

RBIS

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

John Knapp Jeff Gurtcheff Brad Carlson Tim Costo Ed Garton Chris Hatcher Bill Heinz

81 79 77 77 76 67 67

1986 1986 1999 1989 1981 1989 1986

65 64 63 60

2008 1990 1986 1985

Keith Brand Kevin Hoef Kevin Hoef Kris Welker Ian Mattice Kevin Hoef

Nick Day Kurtis Muller Kevin Hoef

14 14 14

2014 2008 2007

0.79 0.95 1.06 1.15 1.23 1.33 1.35 1.38 1.44 1.53 1.57 1.61 1.62 1.62

1976 1964 2015 2006 1958 1971 1967 1965 1953 1968 2015 1951 1975 1967

Jim Magrane Brett Backlund Wes Obermueller Mike Boddicker Jack Bruner Jack Bruner John DeJarld Allen Rath Allen Rath Matt Dermody Jim Koering

110 94 91 84 81 79 78 77 76 75 75

1999 1991 1999 1977 1948 1949 1990 1988 1987 2011 1969

Brett Backlund John DeJarld Harold Haub Tim Gudex Blake Hickman

11 11 11 9 9

1992 1990 1940 2005 2015

HITTING STREAK

80 70 70 68 68 66 66 63 63 62 62

1986 2007 1981 1985 1986 1989 1985 2008 2007 1986 1989

45 42 37 34 30 29 29 29 28 28 27 25 25 25 24

2008 1981 1979 1984 2010 1980 1981 1977 1986 1980 2015 2007 1982 2014 2008

HIT-BY-PITCH

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

7.

22 20 19 17 16 15

2013 2008 2009 2004 2002 2006

25 Games, Justin Toole, 2008 EARNED RUN AVERAGE (MIN. OF 20 INNINGS)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Mike Boddicker Carl Burnst Luke Vandermaten Tim Gudex Glen Van Fassen Fernando Arango Jim Koering Bob Schauenberg Merle Jensen Alan Schuette Nick Hibbing Al Lenski Craig Cordt Frank Renner

STRIKEOUTS

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

6.

Nick Gallager Zach Robertson Brett Backlund Chuck Georgantas Jeff Ott Bill Drambel Tom Mullen Rich Carlucci Mike Boddicker Bob Stepp Mark Ewell Mark Ewell Bill Heckroth Mark Tschopp Dick Hoesksema

8 2016 8 2010 8 1991 8 1985 8 1984 8 1981 8 1980 8 1978 8 1977 8 1977 8 1975 8 1974 8 1972 8 1972 8 1950

INNINGS PITCHED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Jim Magrane John DeJarld Brett Backlund Jarred Hippen Don Dobrino Nate Johnson Jack Bruner Tyler Peyton Jarred Hippen C.J. Eldred Matt Dermody Jarred Hippen Sasha Kuebel John DeJarld Sasha Kuebel Mark Boland

107.2 105.3 102.0 99.1 98.0 96.1 95.0 95.0 94.2 94.1 94.0 92.1 89.1 87.2 87.2 87.2

1999 1990 1991 2010 1956 2004 1948 2015 2011 2016 2013 2012 2014 1989 2012 1987

SCORELESS INNINGS

26 1/3 Innings, Tyler Peyton, 2016

WINS

1. 2. 3. 4.

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IOWABASE BALL

CAREER RECORDS

45 HOME RUNS; 1999-2002

BRAD CARLSON

GAMES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11.

Craig Conti Keith Noreen Ian Mattiace Brad Carlson Mike Bradley Eric Toole Bill Heinz Kris Goodman Mike McQuillan Rob Eddie Jake Mangler

1983-86 1987-90 1999-02 1999-02 1988-91 2012-15 1984, 86-88 2012-15 2009-12 1983-86 2012-15

220 216 212 208 204 200 194 194 193 190 188

AT-BATS

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

Craig Conti Eric Toole Ian Mattiace Jake Mangler Keith Noreen Brad Carlson Mike McQuillan Bill Heinz Eric Martinez Kris Goodman

1983-86 2012-15 1999-02 2012-15 1987-90 1999-02 2009-12 1984, 86-88 1995-98 2012-15

781 776 747 741 726 723 701 670 667 649

Craig Conti Keith Noreen Rob Eddie Randy Frakes John Knapp Bill Heinz Kevin Hoef Rick Jennings Justin Toole Ian Mattiace Eric Toole

1983-86 1987-90 1983-86 1985-87 1984-86 1984, 86-88 2006-09 1983-86 2006-09 1999-02 2012-15

221 200 184 174 169 158 143 142 137 134 133

Keith Noreen Mike McQuillan Eric Toole Craig Conti

1987-90 2009-12 2012-15 1983-86

267 242 239 237

RUNS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. HITS

1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Brad Carlson Bill Heinz Ian Mattiace Rob Eddie Jake Mangler John Knapp Justin Toole Rick Jennings Randy Frakes

1999-02 1984, 86-88 1999-02 1983-86 2012-15 1984-86 2006-09 1983-86 1985-87

226 222 222 218 215 213 197 195 195

RBI

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Keith Noreen Jeff Gurtcheff Rob Eddie John Knapp Brian Mitchell Rick Jennings Randy Frakes Jeremy Lewis

1987-90 1983-86 1983-86 1983-86 1996-99 1983-86 1985-87 1992-95

193 189 171 165 152 145 145 135

2012-15 2009-12 1987-90 2012-15 1983-86 1980-83 2006-09 2013-16 2012-14 2014-16 1983-86 2012-15 1983-86 1980-83

207 196 183 183 166 150 148 147 142 133 132 131 126 122

1984, 86-88 1999-02 1996-99 1999-02 1984-86 1983-86

54 54 50 50 49 45

SINGLES

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Eric Toole Mike McQuillan Keith Noreen Jake Mangler Craig Conti Tim Gassmann Justin Toole Nick Roscetti Jake Yacinich Tyler Peyton Rick Jennings Kris Goodman Rob Eddie Nick Fegen

DOUBLES

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

Bill Heinz Brad Carlson Brian Mitchell Ian Mattiace John Knapp Rob Eddie

7. 8. 9. 10.

Rick Jennings Nick Fegen Keith Noreen Mike Bradley

1983-86 1980-83 1987-90 1988-91

44 43 42 41

1983-86 2008-11 1983-86 2004-07 1991-93 1972-75 1985-87 1988-90

19 17 14 13 13 12 12 11

1999-02 1996-99 1988-90 1983-86 1984, 86-88 1988-90 1987-90 1984-86 1983-86 1985-87

45 43 41 40 39 37 37 37 33 31

TRIPLES

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

Craig Conti Trevor Willis Rob Eddie Jason White Bob Morris Brad Trickey Randy Frakes Chris Hatcher

HOME RUNS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

Brad Carlson Brian Mitchell Tim Costo Jeff Gurtcheff Bill Heinz Chris Hatcher Keith Noreen John Knapp Rob Eddie Randy Frakes Keith Noreen Brad Carlson Bill Heinz John Knapp Rob Eddie Brian Mitchell Ian Mattiace Tim Costo Chris Hatcher Craig Conti

1987-90 441 1999-02 419 1984, 86-88 407 1984-86 393 1983-86 390 1996-99 371 1999-02 368 1988-90 366 1988-90 363 1983-86 359

STOLEN BASES

1. 2. 3.

Craig Conti Tony Burley Tim Gassmann

Eric Toole Lance Platz Kurtis Muller Caleb Curry Travis Sweet Tom Steinmetz Curtis Reed Justin Toole Eric Martinez

2012-15 1979-80 2008-10 2007-08 2005-07 1974-77 1991-94 2006-09 1995-98

70 66 63 56 49 49 47 44 44

PITCHING APPEARANCES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11.

Nick Hibbing Tim Gudex Kurt Belger Brent Glendinning John DeJarld Reed Pawelk Mark Boland Jarred Hippen Tyler Radtke Matt Dermody Allen Rath Mark Ewell Calvin Mathews

2012-15 2004-07 1993-97 1993-96 1987-90 2000-03 1985-88 2009-12 2014-16 2010-13 1987-90 1972-75 2013-16

82 81 76 63 61 59 58 58 55 52 51 51 51

Brett Backlund John DeJarld Allen Rath Bill Drambel Bob Stepp Mark Ewell Mike Darby Jeremy Meccage Colin Mattiace

1990-92 1987-90 1987-90 1979-82 1975-78 1972-75 1982-85 1995-98 1993-96

25 25 25 24 23 21 20 19 18

2009-12 1987-90 2010-13 1985-88

351.2 303.1 291.0 277.3

WINS

TOTAL BASES

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

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11.

1983-86 1979-81 1980-83

103 83 77

1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 10. 11.

Brett Backlund Sasha Kuebel Jeremy Meccage John DeJarld Tyler Peyton Mike Darby Calvin Mathews Mark Ewell

1990-92 2012-14 1995-98 1987-90 2014-16 1982-85 2013-16 1972-75

259.1 257.2 249.2 246.2 239.0 230.0 223.2 219.6

Allen Rath Jarred Hippen Matt Dermody Brett Backlund Bob Stepp Mike Boddicker John DeJarld Mark Boland Tyler Peyton Tom Steen Jim Koering

1987-90 2009-12 2010-13 1990-92 1975-78 1976-78 1987-90 1985-88 2013-16 1973-76 1967-69

246 244 228 211 202 189 188 168 166 164 163

Kurt Belger Tim Gudex Reed Pawelk Nick Hibbing Kevin Lee Mike Schurz David Kot

1993-97 2004-06 2000-03 2012-15 2008-11 2007-09 1997-00

22 20 18 17 14 12 9

STRIKEOUTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. SAVES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

INNINGS PITCHED

1. 2. 3. 4.

Jared Hippen Allen Rath Matt Dermody Mark Boland

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RUNS SCORED 221, Craig Conti, 1983-86 RBIS 193, Keith Noreen, 1987-90 GAME-WINNING RBI CAREER 27, Keith Noreen, 1987-90 TOTAL BASES 441, Keith Noreen, 1987-90 BATTING AVERAGE .400, Jeff Gurtcheff, 1986

HIT-BY-PITCH CAREER 68, Kevin Hoef, 2006-09

INNINGS CAREER 351.2, Jarred Hippen, 2009-12

SACRIFICE HITS CAREER 30, Kurt Vitense, 1998-01

STRIKEOUTS CAREER 246, Allen Rath, 1987-90

SACRIFICE FLIES CAREER 15, Brian Mitchell, 1996-98 15, Caleb Curry, 2007-08

ERA CAREER 2.12, Luke Vandermaten, 2015-16 2.29, Jim Koering, 1967-69

DEFENSIVE CAREER LEADERS

APPEARANCES CAREER 82, Nick HIbbing, 2012-15

PUTOUTS CAREER 1,262, Brad Carlson, 1999-01 ASSISTS CAREER 528, Jake Mangler, 2012-15 DOUBLE PLAYS CAREER 174, Brad Carlson, 1999-02

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE .738, J. Gurtcheff, 1983-86 SINGLES 207, Eric Toole, 2012-15 DOUBLES 54, Bill Heinz, 1984, 86-88 54, Brad Calrson, 1999-02 TRIPLES 19, Craig Conti, 1983-86 HOME RUNS 45, Brad Carlson, 1999-2002

COMPLETE GAMES CAREER 23, Mark Boland, 1985-88 SHUTOUTS CAREER 6, Mike Boddicker, 1976-78 SAVES CAREER 22, Kurt Belger, 1993-97

AT BATS 8, 4 times, last vs. Sacramento State, 4/28/15 (Eric Toole, Jake Mangler, Kris Goodman, Joel Booker)

HIT-BY-PITCHES 3, 3X by Keith Brand, at UALR, vs. Maine, vs. Omaha, 2013 SACRIFICE HITS 3, twice (last by Keith Brand vs. South Dakota State, 2011)

HITS 5, on 17 occasions (last by Joel Booker vs. Minnesota, 5/26/16)

SACRIFICE FLIES 2, on 14 occasions (last by Grant Klenovich at Missouri State, 3/20/16)

RUNS 5, on three occasions (last by Austin Guzzo vs. Northwestern College, 3/8/16)

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE

RUNS BATTED IN 10, Brian Wujcik at Illinois, 1989 TOTAL BASES 17, Bill Heinz at Minnesota, 1988 SINGLES 5, 4X, last by Joel Booker vs. Minnesota, 5/26/16 DOUBLES 3, on eight occasions (last by Nate Yoho vs. Penn State, 2004) TRIPLES 2, on 14 occasions (last by Trevow Willis vs. Ohio State, 2010) HOME RUNS 4, Bill Heinz vs. Minnesota, 1988

PHIL KEPPLER

HITS 267, Keith Noreen, 1987-90

WALKS CAREER 127, Craig Conti, 1983-86

WINS CAREER 25, on three occasions (last by Brett Backlund)

BRIAN MITCHELL

CAREER RECORDS

AT BATS 781, Craig Conti, 1983-86

INDIVIDUAL HITTING

PITCHING CAREER LEADERS

INDIVIDAUL GAME RECORDS

GAMES PLAYED 220, Craig Conti, 1983-86

STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS CAREER 121, Craig Conti, 1983-86

BILL HEINZ

OFFENSIVE CAREER LEADERS

I N DIVI DUAL R ECOR DS

PUTOUTS 20, Steve Stumpff vs. Tulsa, 1975 ASSISTS 10 by Zach Daniels, at Minnesota, 4/3/16 DOUBLE PLAYS 5, Andy Lytle, Mike Best, 2003 vs. OSU INDIVIDUAL PITCHING INNINGS 13.2, Mark Ewell vs.Tulsa, 1975 STRIKEOUTS (9 inn.) 17, on two occasions (last by Jim Magrane vs. Western Illinois, 1999) (7 inn.) 16, Chuck Johnson vs. Central, 1979

STOLEN BASES 5, Lance Platz at Purdue, 1979 STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS 5, Lance Platz at Purdue, 1979 WALKS 4, on 10 occaasions (last by Mitchell Boe vs. Air Force, 4/13/16)

STOLEN BASES CAREER 103, Craig Conti, 1983-86

JIM MAGRANE

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HITS

19

2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Tyler Peyton 11 Jake Mangler 11 Kris Goodman 11 Dan Potempa 13 Trevor Kenyon 8 Chett Zeise 14 Tyson Blaser 18 Ryan Durant 18 Wes Freie 14 Caleb Curry 15 Justin Toole 15 Travis Sweet 13 Nate Price 12 Kris Welker 16 Nate Yoho 15 Kyle Thousand 17 Ian Mattiace 17 Humes/Mattiace 13 Kurt Vitense 15 Brad Carlson 17 Nate Frese 14

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Bill Stafford 15 Brian Mitchell 15 Matt Ostrom 13 Matt Ostrom 15 Cory Larsen 14 Bob Morris 17 Bob Morris 10 Tim Costo 15 Keith Noreen 15 Tim Costo 13 Bill Heinz 13 Bill Heinz 18 John Knapp 24 Rob Eddie 18 John Knapp 14 Nick Fegen 11 Nick Fegen 13 Ed Garton 15 Ed Lash 11 Dave Hoeksema 16 Mike Boddicker 9 John Mahoney 9 Ron Hess 11

Mike Boddicker Jon Brase Tim Hilinski Tom Hilinski Ray Smith Jim Cox three with

TRIPLES 2016 Tyler Peyton 2015 Kris Goodman 2014 Jake Yacinich 2013 Taylor Zeutenhorst 2012 Mike McQuillan Ryan Rumpf 2011 Trevor Willis 2010 Kurtis Muller 2009 Trevor Willis 2008 Justin Toole T.J. Cataldo Kevin Hoef 2007 Travis Sweet 2006 Jason White 2005 Jason White 2004 Jesse Brownell Jeff Gremley 2003 Lance Guyer 2002 Kyle Thousand 2001 Jim Reed 2000 Brian Bucklin 1999 Andy Jansen 1998 Eric Martinez 1997 Eric Martinez 1996 C.J. Thieleke 1995 Matt Ostrom 1994 Curtis Reed 1993 three with 1992 three with 1991 Bob Morris 1990 Chris Hatcher Errol Shirer 1989 Chris Hatcher 1988 three with 1987 Randy Frakes 1986 Craig Conti 1985 Rob Eddie 1984 Craig Conti 1983 Tim Gassmann 1982 Dick Turelli 1981 Dick Turelli 1980 Lance Platz 1979 Jeff Lueders

9 10 8 7 9 9 9 4 5 4 2 2 2 9 6 3 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 5 8 2 5 5 2 4 3 4 4 3 3 7 3 3 7 3 7 7 8 7 4 5 4 7 3

1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Del Ryan John Mahoney Tom Steinmetz Bob Rasley Greg Fetter Brad Trickey three with Tom Hurn Ray Smith Gary Breshears

HOME RUNS 2016 Joel Booker 2015 Kris Goodman Nick Day 2014 Taylor Zeutenhorst 2013 Kris Goodman Nick Day 2012 Chett Zeise 2011 Mike McQuillan Chett Zeise 2010 Trevor Willis 2009 Wes Freie 2008 Caleb Curry 2007 Jason White 2006 four tied at... 2005 Nate Yoho 2004 Nate Yoho 2003 Lance Guyer 2002 Brad Carlson 2001 Ian Mattiace 2000 three tied at… 1999 Brad Carlson 1998 Brian Mitchell

3 6 4 4 3 8 2 4 6 6 5 3 3 9 1 1 4 2 2 5 9 7 10 2 8 4 7 16 9 5 21 11

KYLE THOUSAND

DOUBLES 2016 Joel Booker

1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

2009 BIG TEN

87 77 76 59 63 66 83 67 87 85 59 76 63 59 67 56 60 77 56 58 54 62 68 62 56 69 81 79 66 69 91 76 64 47 47 61 75 53 53 47 65 39 45 44 31 47 52 49 49

STANDINGS

.370 .337 .365 .337 .354 .330 .381 .370 .396 .413 .304 .354 .317 .355 .347 .338 .316 .367 .419 .359 .333 .328 .328 .374 .380 .339 .353 .393 .405 .351 .371 .435 .444 .395 .381 .339 .365 .390 .366 .350 .387 .385 .341 .362 .364 .313 .383 .360

2016 Joel Booker 2015 Eric Toole 2014 Jake Yacinich 2013 Eric Toole 2012 Mike McQuillan 2011 Mike McQuillan 2010 Kurtis Muller 2009 Ryan Durant 2008 Justin Toole 2007 Travis Sweet 2006 Nate Price 2005 Andy Lytle 2004 Nate Yoho 2003 Kyle Thousand 2002 Ian Mattiace 2001 Kurt Vitense 2000 Kurt Vitense 1999 Brad Carlson 1998 Terry Ramsey 1997 Eric Martinez 1996 C.J.Thieleke 1995 Matt Ostrom 1994 Matt Ostrom 1993 Cory Larsen 1992 Bob Morris 1991 Bob Morris 1990 Chris Hatcher 1989 Chris Hatcher 1988 Bill Heinz 1987 Keith Noreen 1986 John Knapp 1985 Rob Eddie 1984 John Knapp 1983 Craig Conti Tim Gassmann 1982 Nick Fegen 1981 Ed Garton 1980 Lance Platz 1979 Lance Platz 1978 Jeff Leuders 1977 Tom Steinmetz 1976 Bob Rasley 1975 Tim Hilinski 1974 Dave Marshall 1973 Dave Marshall 1972 Ray Smith 1971 Jim Cox 1970 Gary Breshears Jim Cox

TYSON BLASER

KURTIS MULLER

BATTING AVERAGE (Min. 50 AB) 2016 Joel Booker 2015 Tyler Peyton 2014 Jake Yacinich 2013 Eric Toole 2012 Mike McQuillan 2011 Mike McQuillan 2010 Kurtis Muller 2009 Ryan Durant 2008 Caleb Curry 2007 Travis Sweet 2006 Travis Sweet 2005 Kris Welker 2004 Jim Reid 2003 Kyle Thousand 2002 Ian Mattiace 2001 Jim Reid 2000 Kurt Vitense 1999 Brad Carlson 1998 Jeff Wick 1997 Jeff Wick 1996 Nate Frese 1995 Jeremy Lewis Matt Ostrom 1994 Matt Ostrom 1993 Cory Larsen 1992 Bob Morris 1991 Kevin Minchk 1990 Chris Hatcher 1989 Chris Hatcher 1988 Bill Heinz 1987 Keith Noreen 1986 Jeff Gurtcheff 1985 Jeff Gurtcheff 1984 John Knapp 1983 Rob Eddie 1982 Nick Fegen 1981 Dick Turelli 1980 John Hoyman 1979 Lance Platz 1978 Mike Boddicker 1977 Ron Hess 1976 Steve Stumpff 1975 Bryan Jones 1974 Brad Trickey 1973 Tom DeAngelo 1972 Ray Smith 1971 Fred Mims 1970 Jim Cox

Y E A R - B Y-Y E A R L E A D E R S

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Brian Mitchell Colin Mattiace Jeremy Lewis Matt Ostrom Jeremy Lewis Jay Polson Tim Killeen John Pratt Tim Costo Tim Costo Chris Hatcher Bill Heinz Bill Heinz John Knapp Randy Frakes Lenny Turelli Jim Drahozal Nick Fegen Ed Garton Ed Lash Ed Lash Jerry Blixt Jeff Jones Steve Stumpff Bryan Jones Bryan Jones Tom DeAngelo Bryan Jones Jim Sundberg Jim Cox Jim Cox

20 8 8 8 8 13 12 10 16 21 12 12 10 22 14 11 5 8 10 6 9 8 10 6 13 7 4 4 8 12 5

RBI 2016

Nick Roscetti

39

2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Jake Mangler Jake Mangler Jake Yacinich Kris Goodman Chett Zeise Mike McQuillan Ryan Durant Wes Freie Caleb Curry Dusty Napoleon Nate Price Kris Welker Nate Yoho Jeff Gremley Brad Carlson Alex Dvorsky Brad Carlson Brad Carlson Brian Mitchell Brian Mitchell Steve Boros Jeremy Lewis Jeremy Lewis Jay Polson Tim Killeen John Pratt Tim Costo

TIM COSTO

33 45 24 24 25 31 46 44 65 56 33 46 48 32 54 33 37 77 49 50 35 51 40 42 36 44 64

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Tim Costo 77 Chris Hatcher 46 Bill Heinz 50 John Knapp 81 Jeff Gurtcheff 60 Lenny Turelli 48 Nick Fegen 30 Nick Fegen 51 Ed Garton 76 Dave Hoeksema 35 Dave Hoeksema 33 Del Ryan 42 Del Ryan 43 Bob Rasley 30 Bryan Jones 50 Steve Stumpff 37 Dave Marshall 23 Larry Schutzius 35 Jim Cox 38 Gary Breshears 32

RUNS 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009

Joel Booker Eric Toole Eric Toole Eric Toole Mike McQuillan Trevor Willis Kurtis Muller Wes Freie

47 42 48 32 44 32 57 33

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STOLEN BASES 2016 Joel Booker 2015 Eric Toole 2014 Jake Yacinich 2013 Eric Toole

23 27 25 22

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Mike McQuillan Trevor Willis Kurtis Muller Kurtis Muller Caleb Curry Travis Sweet Travis Sweet Andy Lytle Jeff Gremley Kyle Thousand Ian Mattiace Bryce Coppieters Ian Mattiace Ian Mattiace Brian Burks Terry Ramsey Eric Martinez Eric Martinez Eric Martinez Eric Martinez Curtis Reed Matt Kraus Curtis Reed Danan Hughes Chris Hatcher Errol Shirer Chris Hatcher Bart Givens Craig Conti

14 12 30 19 45 25 22 20 14 20 20 8 8 7 12 7 7 16 9 12 19 14 12 16 17 18 4 7 28

1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Craig Conti Craig Conti Craig Conti Tim Gassmann Tony Burley Lance Platz Lance Platz John Mahoney Tom Steinmetz Tom Steinmetz Tom Hilinski Tom Hilinski Tom Hilinski Fred Mims Ray Smith Dave Krull

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Min. 20 Innings) 2016 Nick Gallagher 2015 Luke Vandermaten 2014 Jared Mandel 2013 Taylor Kaufman 2012 Nick Brown 2011 Tim Fangman 2010 Jarred Hippen 2009 Mike Schurz 2008 Jason Belk 2007 Brock Alberts 2006 Tim Gudex 2005 Tim Gudex

21 34 20 25 42 29 37 9 29 8 14 11 12 11 8 22

2.57 1.06 2.70 2.68 2.61 2.94 3.71 4.50 4.08 3.47 1.15 2.55

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Nathan Johnson 3.36 Nathan Johnson 3.38 Nick Jensen 2.16 Mitch Price 3.57 Reed Pawelk 3.18 Jim Magrane 4.43 Jeremy Meccage 4.55 David Kot 3.22 Robert Holst 4.65 Brent Glendinning 2.17 Brent Glendinning 4.14 Steve Weimer 2.70 Brett Backlund 2.04 Brett Backlund 3.88 John DeJarld 2.56 Brian Kennedy 2.51 John DeJarld 2.03 Allen Rath 3.32 Scott Flynn 4.09 Chuck Georgantas 4.05 Ed Murphy 2.38 Mike Hoeg 2.66 Brian Hobaugh 2.15 Mike Hoeg 2.52 Brian Hobaugh 2.54 Tom Mullen 2.26 Rich Carlucci 2.98 Rich Carlucci 2.90 Mike Boddicker 0.79 Craig Cordt 1.62 Jim Linn 2.40 Jim Linn 3.12 Jim Wise 2.01 Fernando Arango 1.33 Chet Teklinski 2.37

WINS 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Nick Gallagher Blake Hickman Sasha Kuebel Matt Dermody Sasha Kuebel Jarred Hippen Matt Dermody Zach Robertson Jarred Hippen Brock Alberts Nick Erdman Austin Seward Tim Gudex Nathan Johnson

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

2003 Nathan Johnson 6 2002 Matt Hasz 5 2001 Blackwell/Jensen 4 2000 Ryan Prahm 6 1999 Jim Magrane 6 1998 Jim Magrane 5 Jeremy Meccage 5 1997 Jeremy Meccage 5 1996 Colin Mattiace 5 1995 Matt Austin 6 1994 Colin Mattiace 6 1993 Colin Mattiace 7 Steve Weimer 7 1992 Brett Backlund 11 1991 Brett Backlund 8 1990 John DeJarld 11 1989 four with 7 1988 Allen Rath 6 1987 Mark Boland 7 1986 Chuck Georgantas 6 1985 Chuck Georgantas 8 1984 Jeff Ott 8 1983 Mike Darby 6 1982 three with 5 1981 Bill Drambel 8 1980 Tom Mullen 8 1979 Bill Drambel 6 Chuck Johnson 6 1978 Rich Carlucci 8 1977 Mike Boddicker 8 Bob Stepp 8 1976 Bob Stepp 6 1975 Mark Ewell 8 1974 Mark Ewell 8 1973 Jim Linn 4 1972 Bill Heckroth 8 Mark Tschopp 8 1971 Bill Heckroth 4 Mark Tschopp 4 1970 Mark Tschopp 5 INNINGS PITCHED 2016 C.J. Eldred 2015 Tyler Peyton 2014 Sasha Kuebel 2013 Matt Dermody 2012 Jarred Hippen 2011 Jarred Hippen 2010 Jarred Hippen 2009 Jarred Hippen 2008 Brock Alberts

94.1 95.0 89.1 94.0 92.1 94.2 99.1 68.1 62.0

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Nick Erdman 71.2 Jeff Maitland 76.0 Casey O’Rourke 69.2 Nathan Johnson 96.1 Reed Pawelk 66.2 Reed Pawelk 81.1 Chad Blackwell 64.0 Chad Blackwell 85.0 Jimmy Magrane 107.2 Jeremy Meccage 61.1 Nate Frese 66.1 Jeremy Meccage 60.1 Jeremy Meccage 66.1 Colin Mattiace 83.0 Colin Mattiace 75.7 Brett Backlund 79.3 Brett Backlund 102.0 John DeJarld 105.3 John DeJarld 87.7 Calvin Eldred 78.3 Mark Boland 87.2 Mark Boland 74.1 Mike Darby 70.1 Jeff Ott 70.0 Jeff Ott 72.0 Brian Hobaugh 58.6 Bill Drambel 65.6 Tom Mullen 64.3 Chuck Johnson 60.0 Mike Boddicker 66.6 Mike Boddicker 65.6 Tom Steen 67.6 Mark Ewell 73.6 Mark Ewell 61.6 Mark Ewell 53.0 Bill Heckroth 80.3 Mark Tschopp 60.3 Chet Teklinski 68.3

STRIKEOUTS 2016 C.J. Eldred 2015 Tyler Peyton 2014 Sasha Kuebel 2013 Matt Dermody 2012 Jarred Hippen 2011 Matt Dermody 2010 Jarred Hippen 2009 Jarred Hippen 2008 Brock Alberts 2007 Steve Turnbull 2006 Jeff Maitland

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Tim Gudex 47 Nathan Johnson 73 Nathan Johnson 53 Reed Pawelk 62 Chad Blackwell 46 Chad Blackwell 55 Jim Magrane 110 Jeremy Meccage 45 Nate Frese 61 Matt Austin 46 Jeremy Meccage 55 Kurt Belger 34 Brent Glendinning 34 Steve Weimer 53 Brett Backlund 65 Brett Backlund 94 John DeJarld 78 Calvin Eldred 64 Allen Rath 77 Allen Rath 76 Mark Boland 59 Mike Darby 51 Jeff Ott 49 Jeff Ott 50 Jeff Green 44 Mark Radosevich 56 Jeff Green 45 Chuck Johnson 61 Mike Boddicker 68 Mike Boddicker 84 Tom Steen 58 Mark Ewell 49 Tom Steen 41 Tom Steen 39 Mark Tschopp 62 Bill Heckroth 43 Chet Teklinski 58

NATHAN JOHNSON

Justin Toole 63 Jason White 70 Nate Price 41 Andy Lytle 46 Kris Welker 35 Kyle Thousand 42 Ian Mattiace 51 Ian Mattiace 30 Brain Burks 34 Andy Jansen 49 Nate Frese 39 Brian Mitchell 39 C.J. Thieleke 42 Matt Ostrom 43 C.J. Thieleke 43 Curtis Reed 48 Jay Polson 46 Brett Backlund 35 Tim Killeen 35 Danan Hughes 40 Bob Morris 40 Tim Costo 59 Chris Hatcher 66 Bill Heinz 43 Randy Frakes 50 John Knapp 80 Craig Conti 68 Craig Conti 50 John Knapp 50 Craig Conti 35 Brian Charipar 35 Tim Davis 42 Tony Burley 70 Dave Hoeksema 36 Lance Platz 36 Lance Platz 46 John Mahoney 44 Tom Steinmetz 56 Bob Rasley 30 Bryan Jones 45 Tom Hilinski 40 Tom Hilinski 22 Brad Trickey 22 Fred Mims 35 Ray Smith 46 Gary Breshears 43

TRAVIS SWEET

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Y E A R - B Y-Y E A R L E A D E R S

63 74 61 68 64 75 71 50 56 44 48

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IOWABASE BALL YEAR................ COACH........................ W-L-T................... BIG TEN 1890................none......................... 2-1-0 1891................none......................... 3-0-0 1892................none......................... 2-1-0 1893................none......................... 3-9-0 1894................none......................... not available 1895................none......................... 6-7-0 1896................none......................... 5-2-0 1897................none......................... 6-6-0 1898................none......................... 5-2-1 1899................none......................... 5-6-1 1900................Knipe........................ 13-2-0 1901................Knipe........................ 12-6-0 1902................Williams................... 7-13-0 1903................Williams................... 11-7-0 1904................Chalmers.................. 12-4-0 1905................Chalmers.................. 12-2-0 1906................Griffith...................... 9-5-0......................... 8th 1907................Storey....................... 8-4-0....................... 10th 1908................Kent.......................... 7-9-0......................... 8th 1909................Kirk........................... 9-3-0 1910................Green........................ 8-6-0......................... 7th 1911................Stewart..................... 9-9-0......................... 7th 1912................Stewart..................... 7-3-1......................... 6th 1913................Lindeman................. 8-8-0......................... 8th 1914................Kent.......................... 10-6-0....................... 7th 1915................Kent.......................... 12-3-2....................... 4th 1916................Kent.......................... 9-6-0......................... 7th 1917................Kent.......................... 4-6-1......................... 5th 1918................Kent.......................... 7-5-0......................... 5th 1919................Jones........................ 10-6-0........................3rd 1920................Ashmore................... 8-4-1..........................3rd 1921................Ashmore................... 5-9-0......................... 8th 1922................Ashmore................... 10-7-0....................... 6th 1923................Barry........................ 9-7-0......................... 6th 1924................Barry........................ 10-8-0....................... 8th 1925................Vogel........................ 9-8-1...................... T-5th 1926................Vogel........................ 11-10-0................... 10th 1927................Vogel........................ 10-7-1.....................T-1st 1928................Vogel........................ 12-7-0.................... T-6th 1929................Vogel........................ 21-11-0.....................2nd 1930................Vogel........................ 12-9-0 1931................Vogel........................ 7-10-0....................... 9th 1932................Vogel........................ 5-9-0......................... 5th

YEAR................ COACH........................ W-L-T................... BIG TEN 1933................Vogel........................ 12-10-0.................. T-4th 1934................Vogel........................ 18-12-1.................. T-5th 1935................Vogel........................ 13-12-0..................... 8th 1936................Vogel........................ 16-6-0........................3rd 1937................Vogel........................ 13-15-0..................... 8th 1938................Vogel........................ 12-12-0...................T-1st 1939................Vogel........................ 19-5-0........................1st 1940................Vogel........................ 20-3-1........................3rd 1941................Vogel........................ 22-6-0.......................2nd 1942................Vogel........................ 15-2-1.....................T-1st 1943................Davis......................... 8-4-0......................... 5th 1944................Davis......................... 3-5-0......................... 8th 1945................Davis......................... 4-6-0......................... 8th 1946................Vogel........................ 11-6-0.................... T-3rd 1947................Vogel........................ 13-11-1..................... 5th 1948................Vogel........................ 15-12-0.................. T-5th 1949................Vogel........................ 14-8-0.....................T-1st 1950................Vogel........................ 19-6-0........................3rd 1951................Vogel........................ 11-13-0.................. T-8th 1952................Vogel........................ 12-14-0..................... 9th 1953................Vogel........................ 15-10-1..................... 4th 1954................Vogel........................ 10-15-1..................... 7th 1955................Vogel........................ 6-18-0.................... T-9th 1956................Vogel........................ 11-16-1..................... 7th 1957................Vogel........................ 9-10-0....................T-2nd 1958................Vogel........................ 9-19-2..................... 10th 1959................Vogel........................ 10-18-1..................... 9th 1960................Vogel........................ 7-17-0..................... 10th 1961................Vogel........................ 8-16-0....................... 8th 1962................Vogel........................ 13-16-1.................. T-7th 1963................Schultz...................... 20-9-0.......................2nd 1964................Schultz...................... 13-16-1.................. T-7th 1965................Schultz...................... 13-12-0.................. T-4th 1966................Schultz...................... 14-15-0..................... 8th 1967................Schultz...................... 19-12-1..................... 5th 1968................Schultz...................... 19-11-1..................... 9th 1969................Schultz...................... 21-24-0.................. T-8th 1970................Schultz...................... 10-9-0 .......................Banks........................ 14-13-0..................... 9th 1971................Banks........................ 28-17-0..................... 5th 1972................Banks........................ 25-17-0......................1st 1973................Banks........................ 16-14-1.................. T-7th 1974................Banks........................ 27-13-0...................T-1st

Y E A R - B Y-Y E A R T E A M R E C O R D S

YEAR................ COACH........................ W-L-T................... BIG TEN 1975................Banks........................ 29-14-0.....................2nd 1976................Banks........................ 23-16-0.................. T-5th 1977................Banks........................ 40-14-0.................. T-4th 1978................Banks........................ 28-17-0..................... 4th 1979................Banks........................ 32-12-0..................... 5th 1980................Banks........................ 31-14-0......................3rd 1981................Banks........................ 44-21-0....................3rd* 1982................Banks........................ 31-23-0................... 5th* 1983................Banks........................ 32-21-1...................2nd* 1984................Banks........................ 31-26-0....................3rd* 1985................Banks........................ 40-20-0................T-2nd* 1986................Banks........................ 29-27-0................... 5th* 1987................Banks........................ 29-28-0....................3rd* 1988................Banks........................ 29-25-0..................... 5th 1989................Banks........................ 37-20-0..................T-2nd 1990................Banks........................ 38-19-0......................1st 1991................Banks........................ 26-28-1..................... 9th 1992................Banks........................ 26-28-0..................... 7th 1993................Banks........................ 32-20-0..................... 6th 1994................Banks........................ 22-32-1.................. T-3rd 1995................Banks........................ 29-24-0..................... 7th 1996 ...............Banks ....................... 25-22-0 ................... 7th 1997................Banks........................ 17-30-0................... 10th 1998 ...............Broghamer............... 19-27-0.................. T-6th 1999................Broghamer............... 22-34-0................... 10th 2000................Broghamer............... 19-35..................... T-7th 2001................Broghamer............... 19-29..................... T-9th 2002 ...............Broghamer............... 26-29-1..................... 5th 2003................Broghamer............... 18-29...................... 10th 2004................Dahm........................ 20-35........................ 8th 2005................Dahm........................ 28-29.........................3rd 2006................Dahm........................ 23-33........................ 9th 2007................Dahm........................ 31-23........................ 4th 2008................Dahm........................ 22-33...................... 10th 2009................Dahm........................ 16-35...................... 10th 2010................Dahm........................ 30-28..................... T-3rd 2011................Dahm........................ 20-32........................ 9th 2012................Dahm........................ 23-27........................ 9th 2013................Dahm........................ 22-27........................ 8th 2014................Heller........................ 30-23..................... T-7th 2015................Heller........................ 41-18........................2nd 2016................Heller........................ 30-26....................... t8th TOTALS........................................................................2085-1787-28 (.537) *indicates rank in western division

COACH............................................ YEARS........................................ WON................... LOST.............. TIED................. PCT. Duane Banks...................................1970-1997.................................. 810...................... 575.................4........................ .585 Otto Vogel.......................................1925-42, 46-62........................... 440...................... 382.................13...................... .535 Jack Dahm.......................................2004-13...................................... 235...................... 302.................0........................ .438 Dick Schultz.....................................1963-70...................................... 129...................... 106.................3........................ .548 Scott Broghamer.............................1998-03...................................... 123...................... 183.................1........................ .401 Rick Heller.............................. 2014-present....................... 101..................67................0.....................601 Maury Kent.....................................1914-18...................................... 49........................ 35...................3........................ .580 Alden Knipe....................................1900-01...................................... 25........................ 8.....................0........................ .758 John Chalmers................................1904-05...................................... 24........................ 6.....................0........................ .800 James Ashmore...............................1920-22...................................... 23........................ 20...................1........................ .534 Sam Barry.......................................1923-24...................................... 19........................ 15...................0........................ .559 S.C. Williams...................................1902-03...................................... 18........................ 20...................0........................ .474 Walt Stewart...................................1911-12...................................... 16........................ 12...................1........................ .569 J.E. Davis.........................................1943-45...................................... 15........................ 15...................0........................ .500 Howard Jones..................................1919............................................ 10........................ 6.....................0........................ .625 John Griffith....................................1906............................................ 9.......................... 5.....................0........................ .643 Charles Kirk.....................................1909............................................ 9.......................... 3.....................0........................ .750 Ted Green........................................1910............................................ 8.......................... 6.....................0........................ .571 Viva Lindeman................................1913............................................ 8.......................... 8.....................0........................ .500 L.J. Storey........................................1907............................................ 8.......................... 4.....................0........................ .667

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POSTSEASON H ISTORY

NCAA TOURNAMENT 1972 DISTRICT 4 PLAYOFFS Central Michigan 7, Iowa 2 Iowa 8, Northern Illinois 1 Iowa 4, Central Michigan 3 Iowa 4, Bowling Green 2 Iowa 7, Bowling Green 5 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Arizona State 2, Iowa 1 Temple 13, Iowa 9

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT 1990 NORTHEAST REGIONAL Maine 4, Iowa 3 North Carolina 5, Iowa 3 2015 SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL Iowa 3, Oregon 1 Missouri State 5, Iowa 3 Iowa 2, Oregon 1 (11 innings) Missouri State 3, Iowa 2

1975 MIDWEST REGIONAL Tulsa 3, Iowa 2 (14 innings) Texas A&M 9, Iowa 6

1983 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Michigan 1, Iowa 0 Iowa 6, Michigan State 2 Iowa 2, Minnesota 0 Michigan 12, Iowa 3 1987 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Iowa 9, Michigan 4 Purdue 4, Iowa 0 Michigan 7, Iowa 1 1989 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) #3 Illinois 8, #2 Iowa 7 #4 Ohio State 4, #2 Iowa 2 1990 (Iowa City, Iowa) #1 Iowa 6, #4 Ohio State 4 #2 Illinois 11, #1 Iowa 7 #4 Ohio State 8, #1 Iowa 5 2002 (at Minnesota) #4 Indiana 7, #5 Iowa 4 #3 Michigan State 13, #5 Iowa 9

2005 (Champaign, Ill.) #6 Minnesota 14, #3 Iowa 7 #4 Michigan 8, #3 Iowa 6 2007 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) #5 Illinois 12, #4 Iowa 3 #6 Penn State 5, #4 Iowa 3 2010 (Columbus, Ohio) #4 Iowa 7, #5 Purdue 4 #2 Michigan 18, #4 Iowa 4 #4 Iowa 8, #5 Purdue 3 #4 Iowa 11, #2 Michigan 8 #1 Minnesota 15, #4 Iowa 5

2015 (Minneapolis) #2 Iowa 3, #7 Ohio State 2 #3 Michigan 8, #2 Iowa 5 #6 Indiana 10, #2 Iowa 2 2016 (Omaha, Neb.) #8 Iowa 8, #1 Minnesota 2 #8 Iowa 5, #4 Ohio State 4 (10 inn.) #8 Iowa 11, #6 Maryland 0 #4 Ohio State 8, #8 Iowa 7

2014 (Omaha, Neb.) #1 Indiana 5, #8 Iowa 2 #8 Iowa 2, #4 Minnesota 1 #5 Michigan 7, #8 Iowa 1

IOWA’S BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

The University of Iowa baseball team has won eight Big Ten regular season championships in program history. Year B1G Record 1927 7-3 1938 7-3 1939 8-3 1942 10-2

1972 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES QUALIFIER

Year B1G Record 1949 8-4 1972 13-3 1974 11-4 1990 22-6

Long-time bat boy Jon Teig celebrates after Iowa defeated Michigan, 11-8, to advance to the championship game of the 2010 Big Ten Tourbament. PAG E 77


IOWABASE BALL TEAM OFFENSE GAMES Season

65 in 1981

AT BATS Game Season

64 vs. Sacramento State, 2015 2,009 in 2015

HITS Game 27 vs. Murray St. 1986 Season 623 in 1986 RUNS Inning Game Season

15 vs. UNI (4th), 1985 32 vs. Quincy, 1989 548 in 1986

RBI Game Season

32 vs. Quincy, 1989 505 in 1986

TOTAL BASES Game 47, vs. Tenn-Martin, 2009 Season 1,118 in 1986 BATTING AVERAGE Season .351 in 1986 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Season .629 in 1986 SINGLES Game Season DOUBLES Game Season

19 vs. Quincy, 1989 436 in 2008 10 vs. Long Island, 2003 141 in 1986

TRIPLES Game 5 vs. Upper Iowa, 1979 Season 31 in 1985 HOME RUNS

Game Season

HAWKEYE R ECOR DS 8 vs. Murray State, 1986 100 in 1986

STOLEN BASES Game 10, on two occasions (last vs. Loras,1980) Season 138 in 2008 STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS Game 10, on two occasions (last vs. Loras, 1980) Season 176 in 2008 WALKS Game Season

16, 2X, last vs. Western Illinois, 5/5/15 312 in 1981

HIT-BY-PITCHES Game 7 at Arkansas Little Rock, 2013 Season 91 in 2013 SACRIFICE HITS Game 5, 3X, last vs. West Virginia, 2013 Season 62 in 2012 SACRIFICE FLIES Game 4, vs. Western Illinois, 2011 Season 33 in 2007 TEAM DEFENSE PUTOUTS Game Season

54 vs. Sacramento State, 4/28/15 1,608 in 2015

ASSISTS Game Season

21, two occasions (last Southern Illinois, 2003) 665 in 2000

DOUBLE PLAYS Game 5, two occasions (last vs. Ohio State, 2003) Season 65 in 2000

TEAM PITCHING WINS Season

IOWA AT DUANE BANKS FIELD

44 in 1981

WINNING PERCENTAGE - (min. 10 games) Season 85.4 in 1940 (20-3-1) INNINGS Season

537 1/3 in 2015

LONGEST GAME 17 innings vs. Sacramento State, 4/28/15 (W, 4-3) STRIKEOUTS Season 382 in 2016 379 in 1999 EARNED RUN AVERAGE Season 2.95 in 2015 3.54 in 2016 COMPLETE GAMES Season 28 in 1989 SHUTOUTS Season

10, on two occasions (last in 1981)

SAVES Season

19 in 2015

LOW-HIT GAMES PERFECT GAME (9 INN.) Bob Schauenberg vs. Central (4-0), April 20,1965 PERFECT GAME (7 INN.) Chad Blackwell vs. Northwestern (4-0), April 29, 2000

NO-HITTER (9 INN.) Bill Ricke vs. Iowa State, 1933 Eugene Hinrichs vs. W. Illinois, 1936 NO-HITTER (7 INN.) Lee Paterson vs. Luther, 1963 Tom Staack vs. Coe, 1967 Allan Schuette vs. Western Ill., 1970 Bill Drambel vs. Kansas State, 1979 ONE-HITTER (9 INN.) Harold Manders vs. Notre Dame, 1937 Bob Faber vs. Chicago, 1942 Bill Schoof vs. Northwestern, 1954 Ron Reifert vs. Wisconsin, 1960 Ron Reifert vs. Luther, 1962 Tom Staack vs. Michigan State, 1966 Troy Wulf vs. SW Missouri State, 1998 Jared Hippen vs. Minnesota, 2011

1974 10-4 .714 1975 17-3 .850 1976 11-5 .688 1977 22-5 .814 1978 16-3 .842 1979 18-4 .818 1980 13-3 .813 1981 15-7 .682 1982 15-8 .652 1983 17-8 .680 1984 11-6 .647 1985 15-5 .750 1986 11-9 .550 1987 12-8 .600 1988 10-11 .476 1989 19-2 .905 1990 15-7 .681 1991 14-8-1 .630 1992 21-20 .512 1993 14-9 .609 1994 10-10 .500 1995 17-4 .809 1996 25-22 .532

1997 9-10 .474 1998 12-9 .571 1999 9-15 .375 2000 9-11 .450 2001 5-11 .313 2002 12-10-1 .543 2003 6-11 .353 2004 8-11 .421 2005 16-6 .727 2006 8-15 .348 2007 16-6 .727 2008 9-13 .409 2009 7-14 .333 2010 15-6 .714 2011 7-13 .350 2012 11-8 .579 2013 7-13 .350 2014 10-10 .500 2015 17-3 .850 2016 16-7 .696 Totals 557-373-2 .599

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A L L -T I M E S E R I E S R E C O R D S OPPONENT W-L-T AIB............................................................ 1-0 Akron........................................................ 1-0 Air Force.................................................... 3-1 Alabama State.................................0-0 Albany....................................................... 1-0 Amherst.................................................... 1-0 Arizona...............................................19-89-2 Arizona State............................................. 0-1 Arkansas Tech............................................ 2-0 Arkansas................................................... 0-2 Arkansas-Little Rock................................. 2-3 Arkansas State.......................................... 1-0 Ark. Teachers............................................. 4-2 Armour Tech.............................................. 1-0 Army......................................................... 0-2 Augustana (Ill.)....................................... 11-0 Augustana (S.D)........................................ 1-0 Austin Peay .............................................. 6-7 Baker......................................................... 1-0 Ball State................................................... 1-0 Baylor....................................................... 0-1 Belmont.................................................... 2-5 Beloit........................................................ 1-0 Bethune Cookman.................................... 4-2 Boston College.......................................... 0-1 Bowling Green.......................................... 2-1 Bradley.................................... 42-40-2 Briar Cliff................................................... 0-0 Brown....................................................... 0-2 Bucknell..........................................3-0 Buffalo...................................................... 2-2 Butler........................................................ 4-1 Cal-Poly.................................................... 2-0 Cal-San Diego........................................... 1-0 Canisius..................................................... 1-0 Carleton.................................................. 10-3 Centenary................................................. 1-2 Central.................................................... 13-0 Central Connecticut State.......................... 2-1 Central Michigan....................................... 1-2 Chicago..............................................35-19-1 Chicago State............................................ 1-0 Cincinnati.................................................. 3-1 Clinton...................................................... 1-0 Coastal Carolina......................................... 0-1 Cochise...................................................... 3-0 Coe.......................................................60-7-1

College of Ozarks....................................... 2-0 Colorado State........................................... 0-1 Columbia................................................... 1-0 Concordia (Ill.)........................................... 2-1 Cornell College (Iowa)........................... 60-10 Creighton.............................................. 12-12 Dallas Baptist............................................ 1-4 Dartmouth................................................ 4-0 Dayton...................................................... 2-0 DePaul...................................................... 1-0 Drake...................................................... 21-3 Drexel........................................................ 1-0 Dubuque................................................... 5-2 Eastern Illinois........................................... 3-3 Eastern Kentucky....................................... 1-0 Eastern Michigan...................................... 1-2 Eastern Washington.................................. 1-0 Emporia.................................................... 1-0 Evangel..................................................... 8-2 Evansville.................................................. 1-2 Florida State.............................................. 0-1 Florida Southern....................................... 1-0 Fordham................................................... 3-0 Fresno State.............................................. 1-3 Furman..................................................... 1-0 George Mason........................................... 1-1 Georgetown.............................................. 3-2 Georgia State............................................ 1-1 Gonzaga.................................................... 0-2 Grand Canyon............................................ 2-6 Grand View.................................... 28-8 Grinnell..............................................32-11-2 Hawaii............................................1-1 Hawaii-Pacific........................................... 2-0 Highland Park........................................... 3-2 Hillsdale.................................................... 1-0 Holy Cross.................................................. 0-1 Houston Baptist........................................ 2-2 Illinois................................... 84-126-2 Illinois Central........................................... 1-1 Illinois-Chicago......................................... 6-8 Illinois College........................................... 0-1 Illinois State............................................ 8-11 Indiana.................................................. 80-72 Indiana State............................................. 0-1 IPFW......................................................... 2-1 Iowa Pre-Flight......................................... 2-0 Iowa State..........................................59-63-1

Iowa Wesleyan................................0-0 Jacksonville (Fla.)...................................... 1-0 Jacksonville State...................................... 1-0 Kansas................................................... 12-18 Kansas State................................. 8-15 Kean.......................................................... 1-0 Kentucky................................................... 1-1 Knox.......................................................... 6-4 Lake Forest................................................ 2-1 Leander-Clarke.......................................... 1-0 Lehigh............................................2-0 Leplante-Chocate...................................... 1-0 Lewis......................................................... 4-1 Lewis & Clark State.................................... 0-2 Liberty...................................................... 0-1 Lipscomb.................................................. 0-1 Lombard................................................... 0-2 Long Island............................................... 3-1 Loras....................................................... 13-1 Louisiana-Lafayette.................................. 0-2 Louisiana State.......................................5-3-1 Louisiana Tech......................................13-9-1 Louisville................................................... 2-3 Luther................................................... 90-15 Maine........................................................ 5-7 Mankato State......................................11-6-1 Maryland.................................................. 5-2 Massachusetts........................................... 3-2 Meiji.......................................................... 2-1 Memphis................................................... 2-3 Mercer....................................................... 0-3 Mesa......................................................... 3-0 Miami (Fla.).............................................. 1-0 Miami (Ohio)............................................. 0-1 Michigan............................................. 51-113 Michigan-Normal...................................3-1-1 Michigan State......................... 63-77-1 Middle Tennessee State............................. 2-2 Millsaps..................................................... 3-2 Milton....................................................... 4-1 Minnesota................................117-180 Minot State............................................... 5-1 Mississippi................................................. 3-4 Missississippi College................................ 2-2 Mississippi State........................................ 3-4 Mississippi Valley State............................. 1-0 Missouri................................................ 12-27 Missouri State....................................... 15-39

Missouri Baptist........................................ 1-0 Missouri-St. Louis...................................... 1-0 Missouri Western....................................3-1-1 Morehead State...............................0-0 Monmouth................................................ 9-1 Morningside.............................................. 3-1 Mount St. Claire......................................... 2-1 Murray State............................................. 9-8 Najoya....................................................... 2-0 Nebraska.................................... 16-17 Nebraska Omaha.............................7-5 New Hampshire........................................ 1-0 New Mexico............................................ 3-11 New Mexico Highlands.............................. 6-0 New Mexico State..................................... 1-1 New Orleans.............................................. 2-1 North Carolina........................................... 0-1 North Carolina State.................................. 0-0 North Dakota State.................................... 8-1 Northeastern Illinois................................. 2-1 Northeastern Louisana.............................. 0-1 Northern Arizona...................................... 2-1 Northern Colorado.................................... 0-1 Northern Florida....................................... 0-1 Northern Illinois............................ 21-9 Northern Iowa....................................68-24-1 Northwestern........................135-101-2 Northwestern (Iowa) College.................... 1-0 Northwestern State................................... 1-0 Northwest Missouri State.......................... 6-2 Notre Dame........................................28-41-1 Oak Park.................................................... 0-1 Ohio State................................ 80-74-1 Oklahoma................................................. 0-2 Oral Roberts....................................0-0 Oregon...................................................... 2-0 Otterbein College...................................... 1-0 Ottumwa................................................... 1-1 Pennsylvania............................................. 0-0 Penn State.................................. 30-39 Pittsburgh................................................. 1-1 Plymouth State......................................... 1-2 Point University......................................... 1-0 Pt. Loma.................................................... 0-1 Providence................................................ 1-0 Purdue..................................... 96-67-1 Quincy....................................................... 5-2 Rice........................................................... 1-1

Richmond................................................. 0-0 Rider......................................................... 6-3 Rockford.................................................... 1-0 Rockhurst.................................................. 3-0 Rush Medical............................................. 0-1 Rutgers...........................................5-4 Sacramento State...................................... 1-0 Saint Louis.............................................. 11-3 St. Ambrose............................................. 13-2 St. Bonaventure........................................ 1-0 St. Francis (Ill.).......................................... 2-1 St. Francis (N.Y.)........................................ 1-0 St. John’s................................................... 0-1 Saint Joseph’s............................................ 1-0 St. Leo....................................................... 0-1 St. Mary’s (Kan.)........................................ 0-1 St. Olaf (Minn.).......................................... 1-0 St. Thomas (Minn.).................................... 0-1 St. Xavier (Ill.)............................................ 2-1 San Diego.................................................. 0-2 San Diego State......................................... 1-1 Savannah State......................................... 1-0 Seton Hall................................................. 0-2 Shippensburg............................................ 1-0 Simpson.................................................. 10-0 South Alabama......................................... 1-3 South Dakota............................................ 1-0 South Dakota State..........................7-3 South Florida...................................0-2 Southern Utah........................................... 1-0 Southern Illinois ....................................... 6-6 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.................. 0-2 Southeast Missouri State........................... 5-5 Southern Pacific RR................................... 1-0 Stetson...................................................... 3-6 Southwestern Louisiana.........................9-2-1 Temple...................................................... 0-1 Tennessee-Martin..................................... 1-0 Tennessee Tech ...................................... 0-1 Texas......................................................... 0-6 Texas A&M................................................ 0-4 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi......................... 2-1 Texas-Arlington......................................... 2-1 Texas-Pan American.................................. 1-2 Texas-San Antonio.................................... 0-2 Texas Tech................................................. 0-2 Toledo....................................................... 2-1 Troy State.................................................. 0-2

Truman State..........................................7-0-1 Tulane....................................................... 4-1 Tulsa.......................................................... 1-3 UNLV...............................................0-0 Upper Iowa............................................. 24-7 U.S. International...................................... 1-1 U.S. Sub Base............................................ 1-0 U.S. Naval TD............................................. 1-0 Utah.......................................................... 1-2 Valparaiso................................................. 1-0 Vanderbilt................................................. 2-1 Vermont.................................................... 4-0 Villanova.........................................1-0 Vinton....................................................... 1-0 Virginia Tech.............................................. 2-2 Wabash..................................................... 2-0 Wartburg................................................ 22-2 Waseda..................................................... 2-1 Washington (Mo.)..................................... 6-0 Washington State...................................... 0-1 Wayne State.............................................. 5-1 West Virginia............................................. 0-3 Western Colorado...................................... 6-0 Western Illinois........................ 73-27-2 Western Kentucky..................................... 0-1 Western Michigan..............................10-19-2 Western State............................................ 4-3 Wheaton................................................... 0-1 Wichita State........................................... 0-11 Wilamette................................................. 1-0 William Penn........................................... 19-0 William Patterson..................................... 1-0 Winona State............................................ 1-0 Wisconsin.............................................. 69-71 Wisconsin-LaCrosse................................... 4-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee.................... 8-10 Wisconsin-Platteville................................ 7-0 West Virginia............................................. 1-1 Wisconsin State......................................... 1-1 Wright State.............................................. 1-0 Wyoming.................................................. 4-6 Xavier........................................................ 2-0 Youngstown State..................................... 2-0

PAG E 79


IOWABASE BALL 1890 (2-1-0) Cornell Cornell Vinton

W 9-6 L 6-12 W 27-3

1891 (3-0-0) Cornell W 15-2 Grinnell W 7-4 Grinnell W 5-4 1892 (2-1-0) Grinnell W 7-5 Minnesota W 5-3 Ia. Agric. L 2-10 1893 (3-9-0) Luther L 0-12 Luther L 3-8 Grinnell L 2-9 Chicago L 2-6 Northwestern L 3-7 Wisconsin L 5-7 Coe W 14-7 Drake W 10-9 Ia. Agric. W 5-4 Wisconsin L 6-15 Ia. Agric. L 2-10 Drake L 2-4 1894 No scores of record 1895 (6-7-0) Grinnell L 7-13 Grinnell W 15-5 Ia. Agric. W 14-4 Illinois L 8-10 Wabash W 11-0 Lake Forest L 3-6 Rush. Med. Ctr. L 17-19 Northwestern W 8-7 Chicago L 6-38 Cornell W 8-6 Michigan L 4-16 Nebraska W 5-4 Illinois L 3-4

1896 (5-2-0) Grinnell W 5-3 Toledo L 5-20 Ia. Agric. W 3-2 Grinnell W 12-4 Cornell W 15-4 Monmouth W 1-0 Grinnell L 9-10 1897 (6-6-0) Knox W 9-1 Dubuque L 1-6 Grinnell W 18-10 Cornell W 13-4 Ames W 10-2 Monmouth W 21-0 Nebraska L 7-14 Cornell L 5-6 Oak Park L 3-8 Chicago L 6-10 Grinnell L 3-9 Grinnell W 5-3 1888 (5-2-1) Cornell Missouri Missouri Cornell Upper Iowa Luther Highland Grinnell

W 7-4 L 6-8 W 13-5 L 3-4 W 7-2 W 5-3 W 3-2 T 7-7

1899 (5-6-1) Knox W 2-0 Upper Iowa W 7-4 Highland Park W 8-4 Upper Iowa L 5-6 Luther W 11-1 Cornell L 1-2 Nebraska L 1-5 Highland Park L 2-3 Grinnell T 3-3 Grinnell L 10-11 Cornell L 1-6 Iowa Normal W 8-5

1900 (13-2-0) Cornell W 12-5 Bradley W 13-2 Knox W 14-7 Kansas W 10-3 Wisconsin L 6-11 Knox W 14-5 Bradley W 10-2 Illinois L 0-17 Northwestern W 10-8 Iowa Normal W 5-2 Minnesota W 11-7 Ames W 7-0 Simpson W 9-6 Cornell W 15-2 Grinnell W 16-2 1901 (12-6-0) Knox W 9-5 Grinnell W 10-1 Augustana S.D. W 8-1 Nebraska L 2-5 Ames W 21-3 Coe W 10-1 Iowa Normal W 7-6 Minnesota L 2-8 Simpson W 8-4 Grinnell W 17-12 Knox W 6-2 Bradley W 11-5 Chicago L 3-9 Minnesota L 0-5 Iowa Normal W 9-1 Coe W 14-4 Coe L 1-3 Illinois L 3-4 1902 (7-13-0) Grinnell W 8-4 Iowa Normal W 11-4 Knox L 2-8 Cornell L 8-9 Nebraska L 2-7 Coe L 5-8 Iowa Normal W 12-3 Minnesota L 1-6 Luther L 5-15

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S Upper Iowa L 4-7 Knox L 5-8 Lombard L 0-8 Illinois L 1-16 Purdue L 2-5 Grinnell W 15-4 Upper Iowa W 7-0 Ames L 0-2 Cornell W 12-4 Minnesota L 2-3 Coe W 5-0 1903 (11-7-0) Luther Drake Iowa Normal Upper Iowa Drake Nebraska Coe Knox Cornell Coe Luther Ames Simpson Drake Ames Upper Iowa Grinnell Grinnell

L 3-9 W 5-0 W 21-13 L 0-3 W 5-2 W 7-3 W 6-3 L 5-10 W 7-5 W 5-2 W 5-0 L 0-5 W 10-1 W 15-0 L 3-7 W 4-0 L 1-2 L 4-7

1904 (12-4-0) Missouri W 2-1 Kansas L 5-9 Kansas L 6-10 Iowa Normal W 12-0 Simpson W 11-10 Ames L 6-7 Missouri W 4-0 Iowa Normal W 10-4 Cornell W 7-0 Minnesota W 4-0 Grinnell W 6-3 Simpson W 6-1 Coe W 10-5 Ames L 0-1

Grinnell W 9-4 Cornell W 5-0 1905 (12-2-0) Coe W 7-2 Chicago W 5-3 Northwestern W 7-4 Knox L 3-7 Nebraska L 1-3 Cornell W 4-3 Nebraska W 1-0 Iowa Normal W 9-4 Coe W 9-5 Grinnell W 5-0 Iowa Normal W 11-2 Luther W 4-1 Grinnell W 2-0 Cornell W 4-3 1906 (9-5-0) Luther W 10-6 Minnesota L 2-4 Minnesota L 1-2 Coe W 3-1 Nebraska W 3-2 Cornell W 3-0 Coe W 10-1 Grinnell W 1-0 Cornell L 3-7 Iowa Normal W 14-1 Ames L 2-12 Simpson W 7-1 Ames W 3-2 Grinnell L 2-4 1907 (8-4-0) Missouri L 3-4 St. Thomas (MN) L 5-8 Minnesota L 0-5 Iowa State W 11-4 Iowa Normal W 4-2 Nebraska W 5-2 Grinnell W 4-2 Cornell W 2-0 Cornell W 6-2 Grinnell W 2-1 Iowa State W 9-5 Minnesota L 1-2

1908 (7-9-0) Chicago L 3-6 Coe L 3-4 Luther W 6-1 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 4-6 Nebraska L 2-5 Minnesota L 1-4 Cornell W 7-2 Cornell W 5-0 Coe L 2-3 Drake W 5-2 Grinnell W 6-0 Drake W 7-1 Grinnell W 1-0 Illinois L 1-3 Illinois L 0-2

1911 (9-9-0) Leander Clark W 1-0 Chicago L 1-8 Illinois L 2-10 Illinois L 1-14 Ames L 0-2 Minnesota L 0-2 Morningside L 7-8 Ames L 1-5 Cornell W 1-0 St. Joe’s W 3-2 Minnesota W 5-2 Wisconsin W 5-2 Cornell W 3-2 Waseda L 0-2 Waseda W 2-0 Minnesota L 3-5 Grinnell W 4-0

1909 (9-3-0) Morningside W 6-4 Upper Iowa W 7-4 South Dakota W 2-1 Ames W 3-1 Coe W 6-1 Ames L 5-6 Cornell W 9-4 Drake W 1-0 Grinnell L 0-1 Coe L 5-6 Drake W 8-7 Cornell W 5-2

1912 (7-3-1) Illinois L 3-5 Chicago L 0-10 Morningside W 5-4 Chicago W 3-2 Cornell W 5-3 Ames L 1-6 Cornell W 7-2 Ames W 5-4 Grinnell W 1-0 Grinnell W 4-2 Illinois T 1-1

1910 (8-6-0) Coe W 3-0 Morningside W 6-0 Beloit W 5-2 Wisconsin L 1-6 Illinois L 0-5 St. Joe’s (Dub.) L 1-2 Minnesota W 4-3 Minnesota L 1-2 Ames W 1-0 Ames L 3-4 Wisconsin L 0-1 Minnesota W 5-2 Cornell W 4-3 Cornell W 3-0

1913 (8-8-0) Chicago L 7-12 Wabash W 3-2 Indiana L 2-4 Illinois L 1-6 Coe W 8-2 Minnesota L 3-4 Illinois L 3-4 Cornell W 4-1 Ames W 3-2 St. Joe’s W 9-4 Minnesota W 9-6 Nebraska W 7-4 Cornell L 2-6 Grinnell L 1-3

Ames Grinnell

L 4-5 W 11-3

1914 (10-6-0) Highland Park W 6-4 Chicago L 0-8 Cornell W 4-3 St. Joe’s W 7-6 Coe W 2-0 St. Joe’s W 3-1 Minnesota L 2-8 Minnesota W 5-3 Ames L 1-2 Highland Park L 2-3 Northwestern L 5-6 Coe W 17-6 Minnesota W 3-0 Ames W 7-2 Grinnell W 6-1 Grinnell L 1-2 1915 (12-3-2) Chicago T 5-5 Penn W 9-1 Minnesota L 2-7 Cornell W 7-2 Northwestern W 14-4 Chicago W 7-4 Cornell W 7-0 Dubuque W 5-1 Minnesota W 9-7 Minnesota L 0-3 Ames T 2-2 Purdue W 9-0 Upper Iowa W 4-0 Northwestern L 0-4 Coe W 5-1 Grinnell W 5-1 Grinnell W 5-2 1916 (9-6-0) Emporia Chicago Iowa Normal Cornell Cornell Ames

W 2-1 L 1-3 W 8-0 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 5-4

Wisconsin Chicago Waseda Wisconsin Purdue Indiana Grinnell Ames Grinnell

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

1917 (4-6-1) Chicago W 9-7 Coe T 3-3 Indiana L 4-5 Chicago L 1-8 Illinois L 0-8 Cornell L 3-4 Northwestern W 5-3 Illinois L 7-8 Illinois L 4-7 Northwestern W 12-5 Ames W 11-7 1918 (7-5-0) Coe W 8-3 Cornell W 17-2 Cornell W 6-3 Indiana W 7-4 Chicago W 10-2 Illinois L 0-3 Ames L 1-3 Ames W 6-3 Notre Dame W 2-1 Michigan L 0-2 Notre Dame L 3-4 Michigan L 2-7 1919 (10-6-0) Coe W 5-4 Coe W 4-2 Chicago W 6-5 Purdue W 7-6 Illinois W 4-3 Cornell W 5-4 Illinois L 3-4 Michigan L 1-8 Michigan L 1-11

Notre Dame Notre Dame Ames Ames Indiana Indiana Cornell

L 0-8 L 3-4 L 1-4 W 10-8 W 5-3 W 7-3 W 9-0

1920 (8-4-1) Coe Coe Upper Iowa Purdue Illinois Indiana Indiana Illinois Ames Notre Dame Michigan Purdue Notre Dame

W 1-0 W 8-4 W 3-0 T 1-1 W 4-3 W 5-0 W 8-2 L 1-2 W 12-3 L 8-9 L 3-12 W 2-0 L 2-3

1921 (5-9-0) Coe W 7-1 Northwestern W 9-0 Purdue L 3-5 Illinois L 2-12 Cornell W 7-3 Notre Dame L 2-4 Mich. Aggies W 5-3 Michigan L 4-9 Illinois L 2-5 Indiana L 4-5 Indiana L 1-3 Michigan L 2-10 Northwestern W 4-2 Chicago L 4-7 1922 (10-7-0) Iowa Teachers W 7-0 Cornell W 12-1 Coe W 12-8 Upper Iowa W 8-3 Upper Iowa L 0-5 Coe W 10-1 Illinois L 5-6

Purdue L 1-5 De Pauw W 7-2 Michigan L 1-7 Chicago L 6-11 Wisconsin W 8-6 Wisconsin L 1-10 Michigan L 9-10 Purdue W 7-4 Minnesota W 6-1 Minnesota W 7-1 1923 (9-7-0) Coe W 7-0 Coe W 8-0 Coe W 7-2 Illinois L 0-7 Carleton W 3-2 Chicago W 13-2 Kansas L 5-7 Kansas W 4-1 Illinois W 7-2 Minnesota L 3-4 Michigan L 6-7 Notre Dame L 0-1 Michigan L 4-7 Notre Dame L 2-3 Chicago W 2-1 Minnesota W 3-1 1924 (10-8-0) Purdue W 8-4 Northwestern W 8-1 Minnesota L 1-6 Illinois L 4-5 Illinois L 4-6 Minnesota L 4-9 Michigan L 2-3 Michigan L 1-5 Notre Dame W 3-2 Notre Dame L 6-9 Chicago W 3-1 Coe W 5-2 Coe W 13-3 Coe W 10-6 Cornell W 4-1 Meiji (Japan) W 8-2 Chicago W 9-7 Northwestern L 0-1

1925 (9-8-1) St. Louis L 5-8 Tulane W 5-1 Tulane W 6-4 La. St W 4-3 La. St T 4-4 Illinois L 1-4 Northwestern W 9-6 Chicago W 5-3 Illinois W 9-7 Notre Dame L 2-5 Minnesota W 1-0 Northwestern W 4-1 Indiana L 1-2 Minnesota L 6-7 Michigan L 2-4 Ohio St L 0-3 Michigan W 8-4 Notre Dame L 1-4 1926 (11-10-0) Coe W 6-4 Coe W 10-2 Miss. St W 4-2 Mississippi W 6-5 Miss. St L 4-12 Mississippi W 2-0 Illinois L 3-8 Northwestern L 7-11 Carleton L 8-2 Notre Dame L 1-5 Northwestern L 2-5 Notre Dame W 3-2 Chicago W 18-0 St. Louis W 3-2 Illinois L 4-11 Minnesota L 1-5 Michigan L 5-6 Carleton W 5-4 Michigan L 3-5 Minnesota L 0-11 Indiana W 12-7 1927 (10-7-1) Miss. Coll. Miss. Coll.

L L

3-8 5-6

Miss. St L 0-2 Mississippi L 0-3 St. Louis W 12-2 Wisconsin W 4-2 Illinois L 1-6 Northwestern W 9-6 Notre Dame W 8-4 Minnesota W 3-1 Illinois T 1-1 Indiana W 8-7 Notre Dame W 2-0 Michigan L 0-6 Indiana L 3-9 Northwestern W 8-4 Michigan W 4-3 Minnesota W 14-7 1928 (12-7-0) St. Louis W 5-0 La. St W 13-1 La. St W 3-0 Tulane L 1-2 Tulane W 6-1 Miss. State L 5-8 Washington W 3-2 Michigan L 6-7 Wisconsin W 5-4 Northwestern W 11-8 Indiana W 6-1 Minnesota W 2-1 Michigan L 1-6 Notre Dame W 6-5 Illinois L 0-4 Illinois W 4-2 Wisconsin L 6-9 Northwestern W 4-3 Minnesota L 0-2 1929 (21-11-0) St. Mary’s (KS) L 3-4 Rice W 6-0 Rice L 4-7 Miss. Coll. W 8-2 Miss. Coll. W 12-3 S.W. La. L 0-2 S.W. La. W 14-1 Washington W 8-3 Monmouth W 11-0

PAG E 80


IOWABASE BALL Illinois L 1-3 Notre Dame W 13-7 Northwestern W 7-3 Illinois L 0-5 Notre Dame L 2-7 Northwestern W 9-5 Minnesota W 5-3 Meiji (Japan) L 4-5 Meiji (Japan) W 8-3 Chicago W 8-1 Iowa Teachers W 12-5 Michigan L 1-2 Chicago W 5-3 Minnesota W 8-3 Indiana W 5-0 Butler W 3-2 Cincinnati L 6-7 Boston L 1-11 Holy Cross L 3-8 U.S. Sub Base W 11-3 U.S. Naval T.S. W 9-3 Providence W 2-1 Amherst W 7-3 1930 (12-9-0) Missouri W 14-0 Texas A&M L 6-9 Texas L 0-9 Texas L 9-14 S. Pacific RR W 6-2 M.K. & T. RR W 3-2 Concordia Sem. L 1-6 Iowa Teachers W 4-1 Bradley W 3-2 Nebraska L 0-2 Nebraska W 3-2 Drake W 6-3 Notre Dame L 4-5 Lake Forest W 15-2 Luther L 2-4 Carleton W 4-1 Luther W 4-3 Notre Dame L 4-8 Lake Forest W 7-6 Amour Tech W 21-1

1931 (7-10-0) Luther W 3-2 Luther W 8-3 Luther L 4-5 Luther W 11-10 Iowa Teachers W 3-2 Iowa Teachers W 4-2 Northwestern L 6-10 Michigan L 5-12 Notre Dame L 4-10 Chicago L 7-10 Northwestern L 0-7 Wisconsin L 1-2 Chicago L 8-9 Michigan L 0-2 Minnesota L 2-4 Notre Dame W 8-1 Minnesota W 8-4 1932 (5-9-0) Luther L 6-7 Luther L 5-6 Northwestern W 13-10 Iowa Teachers W 5-0 Carleton L 10-11 Mich. Normal L 11-15 Michigan St L 4-12 Michigan St L 3-4 Wisconsin W 2-1 Wisconsin L 1-2 Notre Dame L 5-7 Notre Dame W 5-4 Minnesota L 8-9 Minnesota W 8-7 1933 (12-10-0) W. Michigan L 3-5 W. Michigan L 3-9 Michigan St L 0-4 Hillsdale W 5-2 Upper Iowa W 4-1 Monmouth L 5-6 Luther L 4-6 Carleton W 9-1 Minnesota L 3-20 Iowa Teachers W 12-4 Notre Dame L 5-8

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S

Notre Dame L 0-2 Northwestern W 9-4 Northwestern L 1-5 Carleton W 3-0 Wisconsin W 8-1 Wisconsin W 4-3 Upper Iowa L 3-8 Iowa St W 4-0 Iowa St W 7-1 Iowa St W 5-1 Iowa St W 3-0 1934 (18-12-1) Western Ill. W 7-0 Bradley W 9-3 Bradley W 10-8 Iowa State W 6-2 Iowa State W 15-1 Iowa State W 5-1 Iowa State W 5-2 Iowa Teachers W 20-3 Chicago W 4-1 Chicago L 3-5 Luther W 6-2 Carleton L 4-8 Minnesota W 10-3 Minnesota L 4-8 Monmouth W 9-2 Northwestern L 8-10 Northwestern W 5-0 Notre Dame W 7-6 Notre Dame L 2-17 Carleton W 8-2 Wisconsin L 2-9 Wisconsin L 5-8 Minnesota W 3-1 Minnesota W 4-3 Michigan L 1-2 Mich. Normal W 7-5 Mich. Normal T 5-5 W. Michigan L 2-8 W. Michigan L 3-5 Michigan St L 0-6 Michigan St L 1-6 1935 (13-12-0) W. Michigan L

3-6

W. Michigan L 3-10 Carleton W 3-2 W. Illinois W 12-5 Bradley W 4-1 Bradley W 5-4 Notre Dame W 11-1 Notre Dame L 3-5 Northwestern L 2-3 Northwestern W 4-3 Wisconsin L 1-3 Wisconsin W 3-1 Chicago L 4-5 Chicago L 6-7 Luther W 12-5 Carleton W 3-1 Minnesota W 6-5 Minnesota L 5-6 Minnesota L 3-5 Minnesota L 6-7 Mich. Normal W 4-2 Mich. Normal W 4-0 W. Michigan L 0-3 Michigan St W 5-2 Michigan St L 4-5 1936 (16-6-0) Illinois Coll. L 11-12 W. Illinois W 5-0 Bradley W 18-8 Bradley W 11-3 Northwestern W 7-4 Northwestern W 8-1 Chicago W 3-2 Chicago W 9-1 Luther W 7-1 Carleton W 9-3 Minnesota W 5-2 Wisconsin W 8-6 Wisconsin L 8-10 Minnesota W 4-1 Minnesota W 3-0 N. Illinois W 16-2 Notre Dame W 10-5 Michigan L 6-8 Western St W 10-2 Western St L 1-5

1937 (13-15-0) La. St L 4-5 La. St L 4-6 La. Tech W 10-1 La. Tech W 6-3 St. Louis W 16-1 Bradley W 5-3 Bradley W 8-5 Wheaton L 3-5 Chicago W 8-1 Chicago L 6-7 Michigan W 3-2 Michigan L 3-5 Luther L 1-4 Minnesota L 2-4 Minnesota L 3-5 Wisconsin W 5-1 Wisconsin L 4-6 Western St L 1-6 Northwestern W 4-3 Northwestern W 7-3 Minnesota L 0-8 Minnesota L 0-6 Notre Dame W 4-1 Notre Dame L 2-3 Michigan St L 1-3 Michigan St W 7-5 Western St L 0-8 Western St W 3-2 1938 (12-12-0) Bradley W 14-6 Bradley W 10-9 Concordia W 17-3 Millsaps L 4-7 Millsaps L 2-4 La. Tech L 0-2 La. Tech L 1-3 La. Tech L 2-8 Missouri L 0-13 Northwestern W 5-2 Northwestern W 7-2 Notre Dame W 13-9 Notre Dame L 1-2 Michigan St L 2-5 Michigan St W 5-3 Luther L 6-8

Minnesota L 2-3 Wisconsin L 3-4 Wisconsin W 5-2 Chicago W 14-6 Chicago W 6-0 Ohio St W 3-2 Minnesota W 10-6 Minnesota L 5-6 1939 (19-5-0) Millsaps W 14-3 Millsaps W 1-0 Millsaps W 4-0 La. Tech L 8-12 La. Tech W 8-5 La. Tech W 9-3 St. Louis W 10-1 Purdue L 1-4 Illinois W 12-2 Illinois L 0-8 Luther W 11-4 Carleton W 18-5 Minnesota W 11-2 Minnesota W 5-0 Chicago W 8-6 Chicago W 9-6 Luther W 14-6 Luther W 11-3 Northwestern W 1-0 Northwestern W 7-3 Notre Dame W 8-4 Notre Dame L 0-1 Wisconsin W 8-0 Wisconsin L 1-8 1940 (20-3-1) SW La. SW La. SW La. La. Tech La. Tech La. Tech Bradley Luther Luther Purdue Illinois

W 6-4 W 3-0 W 18-1 W 10-7 W 7-4 T 2-2 W 15-8 W 9-3 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 7-4

Illinois L 3-4 Wisconsin W 5-0 Wisconsin W 4-3 Chicago W 14-3 Chicago W 12-2 Northwestern L 5-13 Northwestern L 3-4 Michigan St W 8-4 Michigan St W 4-0 Western St W 4-3 Western St W 6-4 Minnesota W 7-2 Minnesota W 8-3 1941 (22-6-0) La. Tech W 8-2 La. Tech W 8-5 SW La. W 11-8 SW La. W 2-1 La. St L 3-4 La. St W 3-2 Notre Dame W 3-0 Notre Dame L 2-4 Upper Iowa W 4-3 Indiana W 9-3 Indiana W 6-5 Luther W 5-3 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 2-3 Chicago W 12-1 Chicago W 12-1 Northwestern L 2-3 Northwestern W 8-7 Luther W 9-0 Luther W 4-3 Wisconsin W 6-0 Wisconsin W 4-1 Michigan St W 3-2 Michigan St W 5-2 W. Michigan L 1-5 W. Michigan W 5-4 Ohio St W 6-0 Ohio St W 5-1 1942 (15-2-1) Luther W 14-1 Bradley T 6-6

Minnesota W 19-2 Minnesota W 5-3 Notre Dame W 10-5 Notre Dame W 4-1 Indiana L 0-7 Indiana W 15-10 Northwestern W 5-1 Northwestern W 12-1 W. Michigan W 5-0 Chicago W 1-0 Chicago W 8-0 Michigan St W 9-2 Wisconsin L 4-7 Wisconsin W 4-3 Ohio St W 10-1 Ohio St W 7-5 1943 (8-4-0) Upper Iowa W 8-1 W. Illinois W 7-1 Michigan W 4-3 Michigan L 3-7 Northwestern W 13-4 Northwestern W 5-2 Wisconsin W 6-1 Wisconsin L 1-4 Minnesota L 3-7 Minnesota L 2-5 Chicago W 18-2 Chicago W 18-2 1944 (3-5-0) Chicago W 11-1 Chicago W 11-3 Wisconsin L 1-7 Michigan L 0-7 Michigan L 2-20 W. Michigan L 3-4 Northwestern W 1-0 Northwestern L 1-16 1945 (4-6-0) Ottumwa NAS W 14-5 Wisconsin L 3-4 Wisconsin L 3-4

Ottumwa NAS L 12-15 Illinois L 2-4 Illinois L 0-4 Northwestern W 6-3 Northwestern W 5-4 Minnesota L 1-4 Minnesota W 6-4 1946 (11-6-0) Iowa Preflight W 4-1 Luther W 7-0 Luther W 7-1 Bradley L 2-4 Bradley W 5-0 Iowa Preflight W 6-0 Purdue W 6-3 Purdue W 5-1 Minnesota L 4-7 Minnesota L 7-10 Wisconsin L 1-6 Notre Dame L 0-3 Notre Dame L 4-9 Chicago W 1-0 Chicago W 5-0 Northwestern W 4-1 Northwestern W 5-1 1947 (13-11-1) SW La. W 6-5 SW La. T 6-6 La. St W 6-3 La. Tech L 1-4 La. Tech L 8-9 Concordia W 18-7 W. Michigan W 14-3 Purdue W 6-1 Purdue W 5-4 Luther W 12-4 Wisconsin W 4-3 Wisconsin L 4-5 Notre Dame L 2-3 Michigan L 1-10 Michigan L 3-7 Ohio St L 2-3 Ohio St W 4-3 La. Tech L 5-6 La. Tech W 10-3

Luther W 8-0 Minnesota W 8-7 Minnesota L 0-2 Bradley L 7-11 Northwestern W 4-3 Northwestern L 1-2 1948 (15-12-0) La. Tech W 2-0 La. Tech L 1-2 Ark. Teach W 14-4 Ark. Teach L 7-11 Ark. St W 15-2 Washington W 6-1 Luther W 17-0 Luther W 7-0 Bradley L 3-6 Bradley W 5-3 Michigan L 2-5 Michigan L 7-9 Notre Dame L 7-8 Notre Dame W 4-3 Northwestern W 7-1 Northwestern W 3-1 Minnesota W 5-4 Minnesota W 4-3 Wisconsin L 3-4 W. Michigan L 5-8 W. Michigan L 4-6 Ohio St W 10-5 Ohio St L 1-4 La. Tech W 11-3 La. Tech W 7-3 Purdue L 3-9 Purdue L 3-7 1949 (14-8-0) Bradley W 5-4 Bradley L 5-12 Notre Dame W 8-1 Notre Dame L 3-4 W. Michigan L 4-5 W. Michigan L 1-3 Monmouth W 4-0 Clinton W 7-1 Illinois W 3-0 Illinois L 12-13

LaPlant-Choate W 9-3 Purdue W 6-1 Purdue L 3-6 Rockford W 14-7 Indiana W 7-2 Indiana L 4-5 Wisconsin W 3-2 Wisconsin W 7-6 Minnesota W 2-0 Minnesota W 9-4 Northwestern L 8-10 Northwestern W 20-3 1950 (19-6-0) Washington W 6-5 Ark. Teach W 13-3 Ark.Teach L 0-1 Ark.Poly W 6-4 Ark. Poly W 7-1 Coll. of Ozarks W 18-3 Coll. of Ozarks W 16-1 St. Louis W 11-8 Illinois W 6-3 Illinois L 0-11 Bradley W 1-0 Bradley L 2-6 Indiana L 4-5 Indiana W 6-1 Purdue W 6-5 Michigan St W 5-3 Michigan St L 6-7 Wisconsin L 5-6 Wisconsin W 9-3 Minnesota W 3-0 Minnesota W 7-1 Northwestern W 6-0 Northwestern W 15-2 W. Michigan W 3-0 W. Michigan W 6-3 1951 (11-13-0) SW La. SW La. La. Tech Ark. Teach Ark. Teach La. Tech

L W L W W W

1-6 12-7 3-4 14-7 13-0 12-9

Luther W 9-0 Luther L 6-5 Notre Dame L 0-3 Notre Dame L 10-11 Northwestern L 3-9 Northwestern L 4-8 Michigan W 4-3 Michigan W 9-8 Mankato St W 7-1 Michigan St W 5-8 Michigan St L 9-12 Minnesota L 1-6 Minnesota L 2-3 Illinois W 4-3 Illinois L 2-5 Wisconsin L 1-9 Wisconsin W 5-0 W. Michigan L 3-4 1952 (12-14-0) Arizona L 0-3 Arizona L 4-11 Arizona W 8-6 Arizona L 3-4 Arizona L 2-7 Arizona L 3-8 Notre Dame W 7-2 Notre Dame W 3-2 Bradley W 5-2 Bradley L 2-10 Luther W 11-7 Minnesota L 0-6 Minnesota W 6-1 Minnesota L 0-4 W. Illinois W 7-0 Michigan L 3-10 Michigan St W 4-1 Michigan St L 0-1 Purdue L 2-3 Purdue L 1-4 Coe W 12-1 Wisconsin L 4-7 Wisconsin W 5-2 Ohio St W 5-1 Illinois L 1-4 Illinois W 4-3

1953 (15-10-1) Arizona L 9-10 Arizona L 4-5 Arizona L 7-10 Arizona W 15-12 Arizona L 6-7 Arizona W 7-3 W. Michigan W 6-5 W. Michigan L 0-2 Notre Dame T 4-4 Notre Dame L 2-8 Bradley W 5-4 Bradley W 6-1 Luther W 6-1 W. Illinois W 10-7 Michigan St L 2-3 Michigan W 4-2 Michigan W 5-3 Purdue W 11-3 Indiana W 8-3 Indiana W 1-0 Wisconsin L 2-5 Northwestern W 7-3 Northwestern W 6-0 Ohio St W 10-2 Ohio St L 1-2 Illinois L 3-7 1954 (10-15-1) W. Michigan W 7-6 W. Michigan T 6-6 Arizona L 3-4 Arizona W 3-2 Arizona L 5-6 Arizona L 9-17 Arizona L 5-6 Arizona W 13-1 Illinois L 5-6 Purdue W 9-5 Purdue W 7-1 Minnesota W 3-2 Minnesota L 1-6 Minnesota L 0-7 W. Illinois W 10-1 Michigan St L 3-6 Michigan L 3-8 Michigan L 1-2 Ohio St L 2-8

PAG E 81


IOWABASE BALL Indiana W 11-3 Indiana L 2-6 Notre Dame W 18-1 Notre Dame L 1-4 Wisconsin L 4-21 Northwestern W 2-0 Northwestern L 0-2 1955 (6-18-0) Arizona L 5-6 Arizona L 7-27 Arizona L 2-3 Arizona L 6-7 Arizona W 18-17 Arizona L 1-4 W. Michigan L 0-1 W. Michigan L 5-6 Bradley L 2-4 Purdue L 3-4 W. Illinois W 3-1 Minnesota W 7-3 Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota L 5-11 Luther W 3-2 Michigan L 2-4 Michigan St L 6-9 Michigan St L 1-2 Indiana W 4-2 Ohio St L 5-7 Ohio St W 10-0 Northwestern L 4-6 Wisconsin L 1-4 Wisconsin L 2-3 1956 (11-16-1) Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona W. Michigan W. Illinois Luther Luther Notre Dame

L 7-13 L 0-20 L 7-8 L 3-5 L 2-4 L 2-5 W 6-4 W 13-3 W 9-0 W 11-3 L 4-5

Notre Dame W 6-1 Bradley L 2-6 Bradley W 7-2 Northwestern L 1-2 Wisconsin L 0-2 Purdue W 2-1 Illinois W 9-0 Illinois L 7-8 Minnesota L 0-7 Minnesota L 7-17 Minnesota L 8-18 Michigan L 2-6 Michigan St W 5-3 Michigan St W 8-3 Indiana W 2-1 Ohio St L 3-5 Ohio St T 4-4 1957 (9-10-0) Arizona W 10-7 Arizona L 3-4 Arizona L 13-22 Arizona L 15-16 Arizona L 6-12 Arizona L 6-8 Luther W 3-1 Wisconsin W 3-1 W. Illinois L 2-10 Illinois W 3-2 Purdue L 9-19 Purdue W 9-6 Minnesota W 3-2 Minnesota W 6-4 Michigan St L 5-6 Michigan L 8-9 Ohio St W 4-3 Indiana W 1-0 Indiana L 1-8 1958 (9-19-2) Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Luther

L 4-11 L 0-8 L 6-7 L 6-16 W 9-7 W 8-3 W 6-2

Luther W 11-8 W. Illinois W 4-3 W. Illinois W 5-1 W. Illinois T 4-4 Bradley L 1-2 Bradley L 7-10 Bradley L 0-3 W. Michigan T 7-7 Ohio St L 3-7 Indiana L 3-6 Indiana L 5-6 Wisconsin L 3-4 Northwestern L 2-5 Northwestern W 1-0 Illinois W 8-7 Purdue W 3-2 Purdue L 2-4 Minnesota L 1-5 Minnesota L 1-4 Minnesota L 1-6 Michigan St L 2-5 Michigan L 3-7 Michigan L 5-6 1959 (10-18-1) Arizona T 6-6 Arizona W 12-9 Arizona L 3-12 Arizona L 3-9 Arizona L 6-7 Arizona W 10-4 W. Illinois W 5-4 W. Illinois L 6-7 W. Illinois W 3-2 Luther W 5-4 Bradley L 5-6 Bradley L 3-4 Bradley L 1-6 W. Michigan L 5-6 W. Michigan L 2-6 Indiana L 4-6 Ohio St L 8-9 Ohio St L 2-7 Northwestern L 5-6 Wisconsin L 1-4 Wisconsin W 3-2 Purdue W 7-3

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S Illinois L 4-7 Illinois W 4-3 Minnesota L 1-3 Minnesota L 1-2 Minnesota L 3-5 Michigan St W 4-1 Michigan St W 2-0 1960 (7-17-0) Luther W 11-4 Arizona L 5-11 Arizona L 6-18 Arizona L 6-23 Arizona L 1-15 Arizona L 6-7 Arizona L 5-10 Luther W 6-2 Luther W 4-3 Bradley L 1-3 Bradley L 0-16 Bradley L 3-7 Michigan L 0-6 Indiana L 2-4 Northwestern L 5-11 Wisconsin W 2-0 Wisconsin W 2-1 Coe W 5-2 Purdue L 2-1 Illinois W 4-1 Illinois L 2-3 Minnesota L 3-17 Minnesota L 0-7 Minnesota L 0-8 1961 (8-16-0) Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Luther W. Illinois W. Illinois Bradley Michigan St Ohio St

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

Indiana L 2-9 Indiana L 6-8 Wisconsin W 5-4 Northwestern L 1-6 Northwestern W 7-6 Illinois L 0-4 Purdue L 8-19 Purdue W 10-6 Coe W 6-3 Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 0-7 1962 (13-16-1) W. Illinois W 10-3 W. Illinois L 5-10 W. Illinois L 3-4 W. Illinois W 10-8 W. Illinois T 10-10 Luther W 9-0 Luther W 21-1 Luther L 6-7 Bradley W 3-2 Bradley W 4-3 Bradley L 8-10 Bradley L 9-12 Bradley L 5-7 Bradley W 5-1 W. Illinois W 8-5 W. Illinois L 6-7 Michigan L 6-9 Michigan St W 13-10 Michigan St L 5-7 Indiana W 8-6 Ohio State L 1-8 Ohio State L 4-7 Wisconsin L 2-7 Wisconsin W 4-3 Purdue L 4-5 Illinois L 2-6 Illinois L 0-1 Minnesota W 4-1 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota W 5-1 1963 (20-9-0) W. Illinois

W

7-3

W. Illinois W 10-6 W. Illinois W 15-0 W. Illinois W 11-6 W. Illinois W 6-3 W. Illinois W 7-5 Bradley L 4-5 Bradley L 9-10 Bradley L 7-8 Bradley W 8-7 Bradley L 0-6 Bradley W 8-4 Luther W 20-4 Luther W 9-0 Luther W 5-0 Minnesota W 3-2 Minnesota L 8-9 Minnesota W 2-1 Michigan St L 8-16 Indiana W 6-5 Ohio St W 11-3 Ohio St W 3-1 Northwestern W 6-5 Wisconsin W 15-9 Wisconsin L 7-8 Illinois L 6-7 Illinois W 9-5 1964 (13-16-1) Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Luther Luther W. Illinois W. Illinois W. Illinois Bradley Bradley Bradley Coe Illinois Purdue Purdue

T 7-7 W 5-0 L 8-9 W 14-6 L 3-10 L 0-4 W 10-0 W 23-0 L 2-4 L 5-13 L 1-4 W 4-0 L 6-13 L 2-4 W 11-4 W 8-2 L 4-6 L 0-3

Minnesota L 2-9 Minnesota L 0-4 Minnesota L 0-2 Michigan St W 5-4 Michigan W 6-2 Michigan L 3-5 Ohio St L 0-3 Indiana W 10-6 Indiana L 1-2 Wisconsin W 5-4 Northwestern W 14-4 Northwestern W 11-2 1965 (13-12-0) Luther W 10-1 Luther W 11-1 Arizona L 0-2 Arizona L 1-12 Arizona L 7-9 Arizona L 3-10 Arizona L 0-6 Arizona L 0-2 Central W 4-0 Bradley L 1-3 Illinois L 2-5 N. Illinois W 4-0 Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota L 0-1 Minnesota W 3-2 Coe W 5-0 Michigan St L 3-4 Michigan L 3-4 Michigan W 2-1 Cornell W 6-2 Ohio St L 0-3 Indiana W 10-0 Wisconsin W 2-0 Northwestern W 10-0 Northwestern W 6-2 1966 (14-15-0) W. Illinois W. Illinois W. Illinois Arizona Arizona Arizona

L 5-6 W 5-4 W 4-1 L 2-7 W 6-5 L 1-6

Arizona L 4-6 Arizona L 4-8 Arizona L 4-18 Luther W 7-0 Luther L 2-4 Luther W 4-0 Luther W 7-0 Coe W 2-0 Coe W 5-0 Northwestern W 9-0 Wisconsin L 1-6 Wisconsin W 2-0 Wayne St L 2-4 Wayne St W 2-0 Purdue W 7-3 Northern Ill. W 3-2 Minnesota L 1-8 Minnesota L 0-7 Minnesota L 0-3 Michigan W 4-1 Michigan St. L 2-4 Michigan St L 0-1 Indiana L 3-4 1967 (19-12-1) Luther W 1-0 Luther L 3-5 Luther T 0-0 Bradley W 3-1 Bradley L 0-1 Simpson W 5-3 Simpson W 14-1 Northwestern W 4-1 Wisconsin L 0-8 Wisconsin L 4-5 Coe W 6-0 Coe L 0-1 Purdue L 2-3 Purdue W 6-0 Illinois L 2-3 Illinois W 7-0 N. Illinois W 4-2 N. Illinois W 13-4 Minnesota L 3-9 Minnesota W 4-2 Wayne St W 6-2

Wayne St W 5-1 Michigan L 0-2 Michigan W 6-4 Michigan St W 3-0 Michigan St W 4-3 Drake W 15-3 Drake W 4-2 Indiana W 6-0 Indiana L 4-6 Ohio St L 1-2 Ohio St L 0-1 1968 (19-11-1) W. Illinois L 0-2 W. Illinois W 4-1 W. Illinois W 3-0 W. Illinois W 7-1 Luther W 7-0 Luther W 3-1 Luther W 11-0 Luther W 1-0 N. Illinois W 1-0 Ohio St L 3-5 Ohio St W 2-0 Indiana W 2-1 Indiana L 3-5 Central W 3-0 Central W 5-0 Wisconsin L 3-5 Wisconsin L 0-10 Northwestern W 6-1 Northwestern L 1-2 Illinois L 0-4 Illinois W 1-0 Wayne St W 4-0 Wayne St W 2-1 Minnesota L 6-9 Minnesota L 1-5 Simpson W 2-0 Simpson W 8-3 Drake L 1-2 Drake W 5-2 Michigan St L 2-5 Michigan St T 4-4

Arizona L 3-4 Arizona L 3-14 Grand Canyon L 4-6 Grand Canyon L 3-7 Arizona L 1-7 Arizona L 0-1 Arizona L 3-11 Cochise W 8-5 Arizona L 2-12 Arizona L 4-8 Minot St W 3-1 Minot St L 1-3 Monmouth W 2-1 Monmouth W 5-2 Creighton W 5-0 Creighton W 5-1 Upper Iowa W 4-1 Upper Iowa L 2-7 Ohio St L 0-4 Ohio St L 3-7 Indiana W 2-1 Indiana W 3-0 Coe W 7-2 Coe W 4-0 Wisconsin L 1-3 Wisconsin L 2-5 Northwestern W 5-0 Northwestern L 5-6 N. Illinois L 4-6 N. Illinois L 2-3 Illinois L 1-3 Illinois W 5-3 Purdue W 9-5 Purdue W 4-2 Drake W 11-1 Drake W 6-2 Minnesota L 0-8 Minnesota W 6-5 Penn W 3-1 Penn W 4-0 Michigan St L 0-5 Michigan St L 5-14 Michigan L 2-3 Michigan L 6-7

1969 (21-24-0) Luther W 2-1

1970 (24-22-0) Grand Canyon L 1-11

Grand Canyon L 2-4 Arizona L 7-20 Arizona W 8-4 Arizona L 5-11 Tulsa W 7-5 Arizona L 2-5 Cochise W 6-3 Arizona L 2-6 Arizona L 6-7 Arizona L 4-15 Arizona L 1-5 Iowa St W 1-0 Minot St W 2-0 Minot St W 10-0 Minot St W 2-1 Minot St W 14-0 Cornell W 5-1 Cornell W 7-1 W. Illinois L 6-9 W. Illinois W 6-5 W. Illinois W 3-0 W. Illinois W 6-0 Upper Iowa W 7-0 Upper Iowa L 3-5 Michigan L 2-7 Michigan W 4-1 Michigan St L 1-7 Michigan St W 4-3 Coe W 9-6 Coe W 22-3 Indiana W 9-3 Indiana W 17-3 Ohio St L 1-3 Ohio St L 0-8 N. Illinois W 21-9 N. Illinois W 16-6 Northwestern W 3-0 Northwestern L 2-4 Wisconsin L 0-1 Purdue W 15-2 Purdue L 1-5 Illinois L 2-3 Illinois L 3-8 Minnesota L 1-2 Minnesota L 4-5

Arizona L 1-5 Arizona L 1-10 Cochise W 3-2 Arizona L 3-4 Arizona W 6-1 Arizona L 4-11 Grand Canyon W 9-4 Wyoming W 10-5 W. Colo. W 21-2 Wyoming L 7-11 W. Colo. W 15-2 Drake L 7-8 Drake W 11-1 Michigan W 1-0 Michigan L 1-2 Michigan St L 6-7 Michigan St L 0-2 Iowa St L 1-4 Iowa St W 2-1 Loras W 5-1 Loras W 11-2 Cornell W 17-3 Cornell W 7-1 Indiana W 6-2 Indiana W 5-3 Ohio St W 7-3 Ohio St W 6-0 N. Illinois L 5-7 N. Illinois W 14-4 Northwestern L 3-8 Northwestern W 7-5 Wisconsin W 2-1 Wisconsin L 2-3 Upper Iowa W 8-1 Upper Iowa W 4-2 Iowa St L 5-11 Iowa St W 8-4 Purdue L 7-8 Purdue W 6-5 Illinois W 5-4 Illinois L 2-4 Warburg W 3-2 Wartburg W 4-3 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota (For.) W 7-0

1971 (28-17-0)

1972 (25-17-0)

Grand Canyon W 11-5 Wyoming L 4-5 Arizona L 1-10 Arizona W 9-2 Arizona L 6-7 Arizona L 13-22 N. Arizona W 10-8 Drake W 19-1 Drake W 3-1 Cornell W 4-0 Cornell W 7-2 Iowa St L 1-3 Iowa St L 0-1 Ohio St L 2-3 Ohio St W 9-3 Indiana W 7-3 Indiana L 1-2 UNI L 1-8 UNI W 10-5 Michigan L 3-9 Michigan W 1-0 Creighton L 4-5 Creighton L 6-9 Illinois W 5-4 Illinois W 3-0 Purdue W 4-0 Purdue W 12-1 Minnesota W 3-2 Minnesota W 6-2 Wisconsin W 10-2 Wisconsin W 4-0 Northwestern W 6-1 Northwestern W 10-8 W. Illinois L 3-4 W. Illinois L 4-5 **NCAA Playoffs:** C. Michigan L 2-7 N. Illinois W 8-1 C. Michigan W 4-3 Bowling Green W 4-2 Bowling Green W 7-5 **World Series:** Arizona St L 1-2 Temple L 9-13 1973 (16-14-1) Wyoming L 7-10 Arizona W 3-2

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IOWABASE BALL Arizona L 5-8 N. Arizona T 7-7 W. Colo. W 7-0 Luther W 2-0 Luther W 4-1 Cornell W 9-2 Cornell W 11-1 Minnesota L 4-14 Minnesota W 4-3 UNI L 4-7 UNI L 10-11 Michigan St L 1-5 Michigan St L 1-2 Michigan W 2-1 Michigan W 2-0 Drake W 6-5 Drake W 8-7 Ohio St L 5-8 Ohio St L 1-12 Indiana W 2-1 Indiana W 2-0 Wisconsin L 5-6 Wisconsin L 2-6 Northwestern W 12-7 Northwestern L 4-8 Illinois L 0-2 Illinois L 5-6 Purdue W 11-3 Purdue W 7-5 1974 (27-13) Wyoming W 11-7 Wyoming W 10-8 Arizona L 4-13 Arizona L 3-7 Arizona L 0-23 Arizona L 6-11 Oklahoma L 4-8 W. Colo. W 13-0 W. Colo. W 10-5 W. Colo. W 15-1 Wartburg W 5-1 Warrburg W 12-3 Cornell W 7-6 Cornell W 13-1 Luther W 14-0 Luther W 20-2

Minnesota W 4-3 Minnesota L 2-8 Wisconsin St L 3-4 Wisconsin St W 6-0 Michigan L 2-11 Michigan W 8-1 Michigan St W 9-8 Michigan St W 10-4 Drake W 7-0 Drake W 10-2 Indiana W 12-8 Indiana W 9-1 Ohio St W 5-0 Ohio St W 0-1 Iowa St W 7-6 Iowa St L 5-8 Northwestern W 3-0 Northwestern W 6-2 Wisconsin L 2-3 Wisconsin W 8-7 UNI W 5-3 UNI L 2-8 Illinois W 5-4 Illinois L 3-4

Wartburg L 4-1 Wartburg W 9-1 Indiana W 10-4 Indiana W 5-3 Ohio St W 9-8 Ohio St L 6-7 Cornell W 9-1 Cornell W 12-3 Iowa St W 11-0 Iowa St W 8-0 Northwestern L 2-3 Northwestern W 13-9 Wisconsin W 4-2 Wisconsin W 5-3 Central W 21-0 Central W 11-4 Purdue W 5-3 Purdue W 10-3 Illinois W 4-1 Illinois W 8-4 **NCAA Playoffs:** Tulsa L 2-3 Texas A&M L 6-9 Big Ten 2nd

1975 (29-14) Memphis St W 7-3 Mississippi St L 8-11 Vanderbilt W 6-0 Illinois St W 5-0 New Orleans L 1-4 Illinois St L 1-2 New Orleans W 8-6 Tulane W 15-4 S. Alabama L 1-5 S. Alabama L 5-8 Missouri W 3-1 New Orleans W 7-2 N. Illinois W 5-2 N. Illinois L 4-7 Minnesota W 8-0 Minnesota L 2-12 W. Illinois L 1-2 W. Illinois L 6-7 Luther W 14-3 Luther W 4-0 UNI W 5-3

1976 (23-16) Buffalo L 2-15 Missouri W 4-2 Michigan L 5-6 Missouri L 6-13 Michigan W 8-6 Buffalo L 5-16 Buffalo W 6-5 Missouri L 4-8 Michigan L 3-5 Buffalo W 9-2 Missouri L 6-11 Cornell W 9-0 Cornell W 2-1 Luther W 2-1 Luther W 3-1 UNI W 17-5 UNI W 13-1 W. Illinois W 14-1 W. Illinois W 4-1 Michigan St W 5-1 Michigan St W 12-11

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S Michigan L 3-14 Michigan L 7-8 Illinois W 3-0 Illinois W 2-0 Purdue L 1-5 Purdue W 1-0 Creighton L 0-2 Creighton L 4-6 Wisconsin W 2-0 Wisconsin L 3-4 Northwestern W 9-2 Northwestern W 8-7 Indiana L 2-3 Indiana L 3-7 Iowa St W 4-3 Iowa St W 4-1 Minnesota W 2-1 Minnesota L 1-2 Big Ten 5th 1977 (40-14) St. Louis St. Louis SEMO SEMO Memphis St Memphis St Mississippi Illinois Circle Murray St Illinois Circle Murray St Illinois Circle Murray St Louisville Ill. Central Ill. Central Louisville Cornell Cornell UNI UNI Lewis Lewis Luther Luther Michigan St

W 10-3 W 9-1 L 6-9 W 14-5 W 6-3 L 2-6 W 11-10 W 7-0 L 2-9 W 9-3 W 12-6 W 14-1 W 4-1 L 7-10 L 8-11 W 11-2 W 15-12 W 12-0 W 2-1 W 7-2 W 24-6 W 8-6 W 4-2 W 5-4 W 24-3 L 4-5

Michigan St L 3-4 Michigan W 3-1 Michigan L 1-8 St. Francis W 3-1 Wartburg W 10-0 Wartburg W 3-0 Illinois W 9-7 Illinois L 4-5 Purdue W 8-7 Purdue W 9-1 Augustana W 7-1 Augustana W 10-1 Central W 7-2 Central W 20-2 Wisconsin L 2-9 Wisconsin W 2-1 Northwestern W 8-7 Northwestern W 7-3 William Penn W 7-1 William Penn W 5-0 Iowa St L 6-7 Iowa St W 7-1 Ohio St L 0-6 Ohio St L 1-2 Indiana W 8-6 Indiana W 10-1 Minnesota W 6-2 Minnesota L 1-10 Big Ten Finish 4th 1978 (28-17) Colorado St L 2-13 New Mexico W 8-1 Tulsa L 4-7 Wyoming L 5-6 New Mexico L 3-8 N.M. Highland W 12-3 New Mexico L 6-14 N.M. Highland W 8-1 New Mexico L 3-7 Wyoming L 3-7 New Mexico W 8-3 Tulsa L 4-6 Wyoming L 4-5 W. Illinois W 11-4 W. Illinois W 9-1 W. Illinois W 9-0

W. Illinois W 5-1 Lewis W 17-5 Lewis L 2-12 Lewis W 2-1 William Penn W 10-1 William Penn W 23-1 Upper Iowa W 4-0 Upper Iowa W 12-2 Illinois W 3-1 Illinois W 3-1 Purdue W 5-1 Purdue L 0-2 Ohio St L 6-7 Ohio St W 11-0 Indiana L 5-6 Iowa St W 12-5 Iowa St L 2-7 Cornell W 12-0 Coe W 14-2 Minnesota L 5-6 Minnesota W 6-1 Wisconsin W 5-2 Wisconsin L 5-6 UNI W 21-1 UNI W 11-4 Northwestern W 3-1 Northwestern W 5-1 Michigan L 1-10 Michigan W 1-0 Big Ten Finish 4th

Loras W 5-3 Central W 7-2 Central W 5-0 Illinois W 3-1 Illinois W 5-4 Purdue W 16-10 Purdue W 15-4 Luther W 2-0 Luther W 5-0 Wartburg W 15-0 Wartburg W 18-3 Ohio St L 2-7 Ohio St W 2-1 Indiana W 10-2 Indiana W 2-1 Minnesota W 7-3 Minnesota L 1-5 Wisconsin L 5-8 Wisconsin L 2-3 Coe W 9-5 Coe W 13-7 Northwestern W 6-3 Northwestern W 9-3 Upper Iowa W 13-0 Upper Iowa W 19-3 Iowa St W 16-6 Iowa St W 13-2 Michigan L 1-3 Michigan L 1-2 Big Ten Finish 5th

1979 (32-12) Missouri Missouri Missouri E. Michigan Arkansas E. Michigan Kansas St Kansas St Kansas St Kansas St UNI UNI UNI UNI Loras

1980 (31-14) SMS L 4-6 Mesa L 5-9 Mesa W 10-7 Neb-Omaha W 10-8 New Mexico L 7-16 Neb-Omaha W 21-0 New Mexico L 6-11 Neb-Omaha W 5-4 Neb-Omaha W 6-3 Texas-El Paso L 7-8 New Mexico L 2-3 Iowa St L 2-4 Iowa St L 3-4 William Penn W 3-2 William Penn W 7-3

L 5-7 L 4-5 L 2-6 L 1-3 L 4-7 L 0-3 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 6-0 W 7-4 W 11-1 W 2-0 W 9-3 W 14-1 W 1-0

Milton W 3-1 Milton W 5-2 UNI W 1-0 UNI W 6-0 Luther W 5-4 Luther W 6-0 Purdue W 4-3 Purdue W 10-2 Illinois L 9-10 Illinois L 2-3 W. Illinois W 10-5 W. Illinois W 12-7 Loras W 8-1 Loras L 7-8 Indiana W 10-5 Indiana L 1-4 Ohio State W 6-2 Ohio State W 9-5 Coe W 8-4 Coe W 5-1 Northwestern W 2-1 Northwestern W 6-5 Wartburg W 10-2 Wartburg W 11-1 Wisconsin W 6-1 Wisconsin L 2-3 Minnesota L 5-7 Minnesota W 4-3 Michigan St. W 5-2 Michigan St. W 1-0 Big Ten Finish 3rd 1981 (44-21) Evangel W 9-0 Evangel W 8-1 Wis-LaCrosse W 6-1 Wis-LaCrosse W 7-2 Wis-LaCrosse W 10-6 Wis-LaCrosse W 6-5 Missouri L 3-4 Missouri W 5-3 Missouri L 1-5 Missouri L 1-2 Murray St W 14-4 W. Kentucky L 1-9 Murray St L 3-15 Murray St W 2-0

Murray St L 0-7 Indiana St W 6-3 Murray St L 8-9 KY Wesleyan W 22-2 Murray St L 9-14 SE Missouri W 6-2 Murray St W 16-11 Murray St L 4-11 Monmouth W 20-3 Monmouth W 4-2 Creighton W 7-2 Creighton W 5-1 Creighton L 3-4 Creighton W 6-3 Luther W 8-1 Luther W 12-3 Milton W 7-2 Illinois W 9-8 Illinois L 2-10 William Penn W 8-0 William Penn W 6-0 UW- Platteville W 5-1 UW- Platteville W 5-0 Loras W 3-0 Loras W 4-3 N.E. Mo. W 15-7 W. Illinois W 6-3 W. Illinois W 5-3 Iowa State L 10-12 Iowa State L 8-9 Wisconsin W 3-0 Wisconsin W 5-3 Wisconsin W 5-3 Wisconsin W 8-4 Wartburg W 7-5 Wartburg W 15-0 UNI W 14-1 Coe W 4-3 Coe L 4-11 Minnesota L 0-7 Minnesota L 11-18 Minnesota W 10-9 Minnesota L 4-8 Central W 14-0 Central W 9-0 Iowa St L 3-16 Iowa St L 1-13

Northwestern L Northwestern W Northwestern L Northwestern W

0-3 5-1 7-8 7-5

1982 (31-23) Kansas St W 6-5 Kansas St L 4-8 Kansas St L 6-14 Baker Univ. W 12-4 Missouri L 0-4 Missouri L 3-11 N.M. Highlands W 10-1 N.M. Highlands W 9-2 Bradley L 5-7 SW Mo. L 1-6 S. Illinois W 7-3 Toledo W 8-6 New Mexico L 3-5 Bradley W 4-2 SW Mo. L 1-4 Bradley W 3-1 New Mexico L 1-11 UW-Platteville W 15-4 Loras W 11-0 Loras W 3-2 Milton W 9-3 Milton L 4-5 Luther W 5-1 Luther W 13-4 William Penn W 3-0 William Penn W 3-0 Illinois L 0-9 Illinois L 0-2 Illinois L 5-7 Illinois L 0-12 W. Illinois W 6-4 W. Illinois W 2-1 Iowa St W 7-6 Iowa St L 5-9 Wartburg W 13-6 Wartburg W 15-0 UNI W 8-7 UNI W 12-0 Grandview W 2-1

Grandview W 4-0 Iowa St L 2-3 Iowa St W 3-2 Wisconsin W 6-2 Wisconsin L 8-9 Wisconsin L 0-1 Wisconsin L 7-8 Minnesota W 8-1 Minnesota W 10-6 Minnesota L 1-2 Minnesota W 4-2 Northwestern W 4-0 Northwestern L 5-9 Northwestern L 1-5 Northwestern L 5-6 Big Ten Finish 5th 1983 (32-21-1) Evangel (for.) W 2-0 Mo. Western T 0-0 Evangel W 12-1 SMS L 5-9 SMS L 0-2 SMS L 1-11 Hawaii Pacific W 6-2 Hawaii Pacific W 7-6 Cal Poly W 3-2 Hawaii L 3-15 Nagoya-Japan W 10-3 Wichita St L 8-10 Wichita St L 7-15 Nagoya-Japan L 1-2 Cal Poly W 3-2 Hawaii W 5-4 UW-Platteville W 9-3 UW-Platteville W 13-1 William Penn W 8-0 William Penn W 6-0 Illinois L 4-11 Illinois W 7-3 Illinois W 5-2 Illinois W 9-8 Luther W 12-3 Luther W 18-2 Grandview L 4-9 Grandview W 10-2 Wartburg W 9-4

Wartburg L 5-8 Central W 7-5 Central W 6-3 Creighton W 7-3 Creighton L 1-5 Creighton W 2-1 Creighton L 1-6 Iowa St L 4-10 Iowa St W 10-1 Coe W 17-8 Wisconsin W 11-9 Wisconsin L 0-1 Wisconsin W 11-9 Wisconsin L 8-12 St. Ambrose W 15-9 Northwestern L 0-2 Northwestern W 2-0 Northwestern W 16-10 Northwestern L 2-3 Minnesota L 5-13 Minnesota L 4-6 Michigan L 0-1 Michigan St W 6-2 Minnesota W 2-0 Michigan L 12-3 Big Ten Finish 2nd 1984 (31-26) Evangel L 5-6 Western Mo. L 4-8 Evangel W 13-12 SMS W 11-6 SMS L 1-2 SMS L 3-8 New Hampshire W 6-1 Columbia W 9-4 Vermont W 13-6 Stetson L 2-6 Mercer L 0-4 Stetson L 0-10 Vermont W 7-3 Mercer L 10-20 Mercer L 8-10 Brown L 4-9 Vermont L 6-12 Murray St W 16-11 Murray St L 2-13

W. Michigan W 5-4 W. Michigan W 8-2 Murray St L 3-7 Loras W 12-1 Loras W 5-1 NW Mo. L 2-9 NW Mo. L 5-7 UW-Platteville W 17-1 UW-Platteville W 22-0 UNI L 1-5 UNI L 0-4 Illinois L 2-3 Illinois L 1-7 Illinois W 14-8 Grandview W 9-7 Grandview W 12-6 Luther W 14-7 Luther W 14-4 William Penn W 11-3 William Penn W 6-3 Wartburg W 14-5 Wartburg W 27-1 St. Ambrose W 23-6 Wisconsin W 9-5 Wisconsin W 9-8 Wisconsin L 6-11 Wisconsin L 2-7 UNI W 17-5 UNI L 4-7 Coe W 8-6 Northwestern W 10-6 Northwestern W 6-5 Northwestern W 17-3 Northwestern L 1-12 Minnesota L 3-7 Minnesota L 0-4 Minnesota L 1-3 Minnesota W 6-4 1985 (40-20) Evangel W 3-2 Evangel W 3-0 SMS W 8-5 SMS L 5-17 SEMO W 8-4 SEMO W 8-2 MO- St. Louis W 13-11 Wash. Univ. W 13-12

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IOWABASE BALL Utah W 5-4 New Mexico L 0-4 Wyoming W 7-2 Missouri L 8-9 Utah L 4-6 New Mexico L 13-27 NM Highland W 16-15 NM Highland W 17-3 New Mexico L 3-12 New Mexico L 10-21 NM St L 6-8 William Penn W 13-7 William Penn W 3-2 Mankato St W 7-2 Mankato St W 4-2 Wartburg W 8-4 Wartburg W 14-6 NW Mo. St W 8-3 NW Mo. St W 8-1 St. Francis W 7-3 St. Francis L 5-16 St. Xavier L 3-6 St. Xavier W 12-5 Grandview W 5-2 Grandview W 16-7 Iowa St L 7-10 Iowa St W 5-2 Augustana W 10-2 Augustana W 18-12 Illinois W 8-7 Illinois L 7-14 Illinois W 13-12 Illinois L 4-9 St. Ambrose W 17-1 Wisconsin W 2-1 Wisconsin W 9-8 Wisconsin W 8-7 Wisconsin W 7-6 UNI W 20-5 Grandview W 5-1 Grandview L 3-5 Coe W 9-3 Minnesota L 2-10 Minnesota W 12-4 Minnesota L 5-11 Minnesota L 5-8 Northwestern W 11-2

Northwestern L 3-7 Northwestern W 10-6 Northwestern L 6-12 1986 (29-27) SEMO L 1-13 SEMO L 13-14 SEMO W 21-6 SEMO W 15-6 Mo. Western W 27-3 Evangel L 9-10 Missouri West. W 4-3 SW Mo. St L 6-7 SW Mo. St W 13-11 SW Mo. St L 1-4 UMass W 11-6 Shippensburg W 6-1 Brown L 5-7 Rider L 11-17 Virginia Tech W 4-3 Stetson L 4-10 Rider L 3-14 Virginia Tech W 11-2 Stetson L 2-13 Rider W 13-2 Virginia Tech L 3-5 Augustana W 11-4 Murray St W 26-3 Murray St W 10-0 Murray St W 14-4 Murray St L 15-28 Luther W 23-4 Luther W 14-4 Illinois L 3-7 Illinois W 13-7 Illinois L 8-22 Illinois L 3-6 Cornell W 11-0 Northwestern L 2-6 Northwestern L 3-6 Northwestern L 0-5 Northwestern L 5-6 Quincy W 7-0 Quincy W 13-5 Iowa St L 5-7 Iowa St W 8-7 Wartburg W 19-8

Grandview W 20-8 Grandview W 18-7 St. Ambrose W 22-6 Iowa St W 11-2 Iowa St L 8-12 UNI W 15-8 Wisconsin L 7-10 Wisconsin L 6-7 Wisconsin L 4-10 Wisconsin L 3-13 Coe W 18-0 Minnesota W 7-5 Minnesota L 8-10 Minnesota L 5-10 1987 (29-28) Missouri L 7-8 Missouri L 11-28 Missouri L 1-2 Missouri L 0-11 SMS L 6-10 SMS W 7-2 SMS L 5-6 SMS W 18-13 Mo. Western W 8-4 Grand Canyon L 8-10 E. Washington W 12-11 Lewis & Clark L 5-8 Lewis & Clark L 7-12 Willamette W 18-9 Utah L 6-8 Grand Canyon L 7-13 Mankato St L 3-5 Mankato St W 8-4 Quincy Coll. L 4-5 Quincy Coll. W 7-6 NW Mo. W 3-2 NW Mo. W 17-6 Luther W 16-1 Luther W 8-0 Wartburg W 20-1 Illinois W 8-7 Illinois W 5-2 Illinois L 8-10 Illinois W 6-3 Northwestern L 1-3 Northwestern W 3-2

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S Northwestern L 2-8 Northwestern W 5-0 St. Ambrose W 13-7 Iowa St L 6-7 Kansas W 15-2 Kansas W 11-10 Kansas L 8-9 Grand View L 1-2 Grand View W 5-4 Augustana W 9-8 Coe College W 14-4 Wisconsin W 3-1 Wisconsin W 7-2 Wisconsin W 15-7 Wisconsin L 7-8 UNI W 6-4 UNI L 5-6 Iowa St L 2-12 Iowa St L 6-10 Minnesota L 2-4 Minnesota W 6-3 Minnesota L 0-3 Minnesota L 8-15 #Michigan W 9-4 #Purdue L 0-4 #Michigan L 1-7 # - Big Ten Championships 1988 (29-25) NW Mo. W 17-4 SMS L 0-3 SMS W 11-2 Evangel W 16-10 SMS W 3-2 San Diego St L 2-9 San Diego St W 6-2 UC-San Diego W 6-3 San Diego L 4-11 San Diego L 3-7 Point Loma L 2-9 U.S. Int’l W 6-2 U.S. Int’l L 7-8 Maine L 4-5 Wash St L 2-6 Florida St L 0-8 Minnesota W 7-6 Augustana W 9-2

Mankato St L 7-13 Mankato St W 9-7 Qunicy Coll. L 6-8 Indiana W 4-1 Indiana W 3-1 Indiana W 6-5 Indiana L 1-5 UNI W 13-1 Minnesota W 6-3 Minnesota L 0-1 W. Illinois W 14-9 Illinois L 1-2 Illinois L 4-8 Illinois L 2-5 Illinois L 4-7 UNI W 19-10 Minnesota W 4-1 Minnesota W 17-3 Purdue W 5-2 Purdue L 3-11 Purdue W 7-5 Purdue W 2-1 Michigan St W 3-2 Michigan St W 5-2 Michigan St W 4-3 Michigan St L 1-2 Iowa St W 6-5 Wisconsin L 0-12 Wisconsin L 1-2 Wisconsin L 1-2 Wisconsin W 8-2 Grand View W 8-2 Northwestern L 3-7 Northwestern L 2-3 Northwestern L 2-18 Northwestern W 7-1 1989 (37-20) Kentucky Maine Texas A&M Maine Kentucky Texas A&M UMass S. Alabama Wright St

W 17-6 W 5-2 L 1-7 L 12-14 L 4-12 L 4-7 W 11-8 W 15-2 W 3-1

UMass W 6-1 Dartmouth W 8-1 Xavier W 15-6 St. Xavier W 8-3 UMass L 4-5 Dartmouth W 8-1 Mankato St W 5-3 Mankato St W 9-1 Quincy Coll. W 10-0 Quincy Coll. W 32-0 W. Illinois W 12-4 Grand View W 10-3 Grand View L 7-8 UNI W 7-1 Augustana W 17-0 Indiana W 5-1 Indiana W 13-1 Indiana W 10-6 Indiana W 7-3 Minnesota W 9-8 Minnesota L 4-5 Illinois W 5-4 Illinois W 7-2 Illinois L 3-13 Illinois L 13-14 UNI W 11-2 Wisconsin W 11-9 Wisconsin W 8-7 Wisconsin W 3-2 Wisconsin W 22-3 Minnesota W 2-0 Minnesota L 2-3 Michigan St W 7-5 Michigan St L 2-3 Michigan St L 1-9 Michigan St L 4-6 Purdue L 1-5 Purdue W 12-7 Purdue W 3-2 Purdue W 6-0 Iowa St W 5-4 Iowa St L 3-6 Northwestern L 2-3 Northwestern L 2-4 Northwestern W 3-1 Northwestern L 4-8 #Illinois L 7-8

#Ohio St L # - Big Ten Tournament

2-4

1990 (38-19) Missouri L 1-11 Missouri L 3-4 Missouri W 7-3 NW Mo. St W 7-3 SMS W 7-4 SMS L 5-9 SMS W 6-3 Bradley W 8-7 Bradley L 2-4 Wm. Patterson W 13-4 UIC W 18-9 Mo. Baptist W 9-8 Kean College W 5-0 Rider W 10-6 UIC W 4-2 UNI W 9-4 W. Illinois L 4-5 Augustana W 16-2 UNI W 13-4 Michigan W 4-0 Michigan W 2-1 Michigan L 1-3 Michigan W 9-0 Minnesota W 13-0 Minnesota W 8-6 Ohio St W 4-1 Ohio St W 3-2 Ohio St W 9-1 Ohio St L 4-11 Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota W 3-2 Northwestern W 8-1 Northwestern W 6-2 Northwestern W 6-5 Northwestern L 7-8 Iowa St L 5-12 Iowa St L 15-18 Bradley L 3-16 Illinois W 9-8 Illinois W 10-9 Illinois W 6-4 Illinois W 4-3 Indiana L 3-4

Indiana W 7-2 Indiana W 11-7 Indiana L 0-3 Iowa St W 4-3 Iowa St L 4-5 Wisconsin W 8-1 Wisconsin L 2-3 Wisconsin W 10-8 Wisconsin W 14-3 #Ohio St W 6-4 #Illinois L 7-11 #Ohio St L 5-8 *Maine L 3-4 *North Carolina L 3-5 # - Big Ten Tournament * - NCAA Playoffs 1991 (26-28-1) Missouri W 4-2 Missouri L 0-5 Missouri L 2-13 SMS L 3-5 N. Illinois W 16-3 St. Louis L 3-6 Bradley L 10-11 Bradley W 4-2 South Florida L 0-11 South Florida L 8-10 St. Leo Coll. L 6-7 UIC W 7-3 Fla. Southern W 7-2 Bowling Green L 5-12 W. Illinois W 5-0 W. Illinois W 7-2 W. Illinois L 7-17 Mankato St W 5-4 Mankato St T 4-4 UNI W 5-2 UNI W 7-3 Michigan W 7-6 Michigan W 6-5 Michigan W 8-1 Michigan L 6-7 Augustana W 11-1 Grand View W 9-0 Grand View W 9-0

Indiana L 4-5 Indiana L 0-8 Indiana L 4-5 Indiana L 6-21 Minnesota W 6-1 Minnesota L 3-6 Wisconsin L 2-3 Wisconsin W 6-0 Wisconsin W 3-1 Wisconsin W 7-0 Minnesota L 1-2 Minnesota L 3-6 Ohio St L 2-5 Ohio St W 8-6 Ohio St L 2-4 Ohio St L 3-6 Iowa St W 18-1 Iowa St W 7-6 Iowa St L 14-16 Northwestern L 1-5 Northwestern L 6-7 Northwestern W 10-7 Northwestern W 9-7 Illinois W 12-7 Illinois L 2-12 Illinois L 4-5 Illinois L 1-7 1992 (26-28) N. Illinois L 3-4 S. Illinois W 8-5 E. Kentucky W 9-1 SMS L 8-9 SMS L 5-7 SMS L 3-4 SMS L 1-5 Canisus W 18-3 C. Conn. St W 9-5 C. Conn. St L 9-12 Plymouth St W 23-0 Winona St W 11-5 Mankato St L 2-9 Northwestern W 5-3 Northwestern W 13-10 Northwestern L 3-4 Northwestern W 14-3 Mankato St L 2-9

Mankato St L 2-6 Indiana W 5-2 Indiana L 3-4 Indiana W 3-2 Indiana L 2-7 UNI W 3-2 Upper Iowa W 15-0 Illinois W 1-0 Illinois L 2-16 Illinois L 5-6 Illinois L 2-4 W. Illinois W 15-1 St. Ambrose W 11-2 St. Ambrose W 9-4 Purdue W 2-1 Purdue W 7-2 Purdue L 2-5 Purdue W 5-1 Ohio St W 2-0 Ohio St L 3-4 Ohio St L 0-1 Ohio St W 7-6 Iowa St L 0-3 Iowa St L 5-6 Grand View W 11-6 Grand View W 12-2 Michigan St W 7-6 Michigan St L 0-10 Michigan St L 3-5 Michigan St L 2-3 Iowa St L 2-4 Iowa St L 5-7 Minnesota L 5-6 Minnesota L 1-10 Minnesota L 1-5 Minnesota L 3-4 1993 (32-20) SMS W 6-4 SMS W 7-3 SMS W 7-2 SMS L 3-4 Kansas L 6-7 Kansas W 9-5 Youngstown St W 11-8 Bucknell W 12-5 Vermont W 13-2

L 12-17 NE Illlinois W 6-3 NE Mo. St W 14-2 W. Illinois L 6-7 C. Conn. St W 7-4 NE Mo. S. T 4-4 Grand View L 5-6 Youngstown St W 9-5 E. Michigan W 9-5 Michigan St Michigan St L 10-13 Illinois W 6-4 E. Illinois L 0-3 L 1-7 Illinois W 4-0 S. Illinois L 3-4 Michigan St Michigan St W 15-6 Illinois L 1-2 Missouri L 3-5 Illinois W 13-8 Missouri L 3-4 Ohio St L 5-6 Missouri L 0-10 1995 (29-24) Ohio St L 0-4 Augustana W 8-4 Missouri W 9-7 Ohio St W 4-2 Washington, MO W 8-0 Missouri W 6-0 Ohio St W 1-0 Mississippi L 1-3 Missouri W 5-4 St. Olaf W 11-4 Memphis L 3-8 Kansas L 3-4 UNI W 10-3 SEMO L 3-4 Kansas L 0-6 Indiana L 0-12 SEMO L 1-2 Kansas W 7-6 L 4-7 Indiana L 2-9 St. Louis W 7-6 Kansas St W 6-2 Indiana L 2-3 Northwestern W 4-2 Kansas St Kansas St L 3-7 Indiana W 5-0 Northwestern W 1-0 L 7-12 Upper Iowa W 2-1 Northwestern W 6-1 Baylor Minnesota L 1-12 Northwestern L 3-6 UT-Arlington W 4-2 Minnesota W 17-4 Mankato St L 9-10 UT-Arlington W 9-3 W. Illinois L 0-3 Purdue W 8-7 Michigan L 3-9 St. Ambrose W 8-4 Purdue L 3-9 Michigan W 5-4 Michigan St W 15-1 Purdue W 10-8 Michigan W 4-0 Michigan St W 7-3 Purdue W 8-5 Michigan L 2-3 W 22-3 Michigan St L 2-10 UNI L 3-7 Mankato St Michigan St W 8-6 UNI W 5-4 Minnesota W 3-0 UNI W 13-4 Minnesota L 1-6 Minnesota W 5-3 Purdue W 4-0 Minnesota L 1-10 Minnesota W 5-4 Purdue W 8-4 Minnesota W 4-2 Minnesota L 1-5 W 17-3 Purdue L 2-6 Minnesota L 1-4 NDSU W 9-1 Purdue L 8-12 UNI W 12-7 NDSU W 16-5 Grand View L 5-6 Michigan W 4-3 NE Mo. St Purdue L 2-8 Grand View W 13-0 Michigan L 3-9 Grand View W 6-2 Michigan L 1-5 Purdue L 6-7 Grand View W 6-3 Michigan W 6-0 Purdue W 3-1 Iowa St L 2-3 Iowa St W 8-2 Purdue L 2-11 W 7-2 Iowa St L 0-4 Iowa St L 3-6 Iowa St Illinois W 6-2 Iowa St W 7-6 Penn St L 4-6 Iowa St L 4-6 Penn St L 4-8 Illinois L 6-14 Northwestern W 3-1 Penn St L 13-14 Illinois L 3-11 Northwestern L 3-5 Penn St W 16-2 Illinois L 3-4 W 22-4 Northwestern L 1-3 Iowa St L 4-8 Grand View L 0-6 Northwestern L 4-7 Illinois W 6-5 UNI L 1-6 Illinois W 8-7 Iowa St W 4-0 1994 (22-32) Illinois L 4-7 Michigan St Michigan St W 6-4 NE Illinois W 6-2 Illinois L 9-11 L 1-3 NE Illinois L 3-6 Illinois St L 9-10 Michigan St Michigan St W 3-2

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IOWABASE BALL Northwestern L 2-5 Northwestern L 3-7 Northwestern W 6-1 Northwestern L 5-6 Illinois St W 9-3 St. Ambrose L 1-6 UW-Mil. W 10-4 UW-Mil. W 6-4 Penn St L 0-2 Penn St L 1-3 Penn St W 15-1 Penn St W 10-9 1996 (25-22) Eastern Illinois W 10-7 Eastern Illinois W 8-7 Eastern Illinois L 3-7 Tenn. Tech L 2-4 St. Louis W 22-5 Ohio St W 5-2 Ohio St W 8-5 Ohio St L 2-7 Ohio St L 3-12 Mankato St W 3-2 Mankato St L 3-4 Northwestern W 4-1 Northwestern L 4-7 Northwestern L 0-1 Northwestern W 9-8 Luther W 23-4 NE Mo. St W 14-4 Penn State L 1-6 Penn State L 1-5 Penn State W 7-4 Penn State L 3-7 Grand View L 8-24 UNI L 8-21 Indiana W 5-2 Indiana L 1-7 Grand View W 7-6 W. Illinois W 19-2 Iowa St W 6-5 Michigan St W 7-6 Michigan St W 11-3 Michigan St L 4-6 Michigan St W 4-2 Iowa St L 3-12

UNI W 8-6 Iowa St W 15-14 Purdue L 4-7 Purdue W 6-5 Purdue W 4-3 Purdue W 6-1 Illinois St L 2-7 St. Ambrose L 2-7 UW-Mil. L 5-8 UW-Mil. L 0-2 Minnesota W 6-5 Minnesota L 1-5 Minnesota L 6-9 Minnesota L 2-3 1997 (17-30) Arkansas L 6-26 UT-Arlington L 1-11 Kansas St L 6-9 Mississippi L 1-13 Mississippi L 6-11 Memphis L 1-3 Butler W 9-3 SMS L 0-5 N. Illinois W 6-2 Ohio St L 10-15 Ohio St L 1-2 Ohio St W 8-1 Ohio St L 2-9 Missouri L 4-11 Missouri L 5-24 Northwestern W 6-5 Northwestern L 0-6 Northwestern W 5-3 Northwestern W 4-3 Truman St W 18-0 Penn St L 5-11 Penn St W 7-6 Penn St L 15-21 UNI L 1-5 W. Illinois W 11-5 W. Illinois W 2-0 Grand View W 4-2 Creighton L 4-12 Creighton W 5-4 Creighton W 9-6 Creighton W 9-8

St. Ambrose W 17-1 UW-Mil. L 0-1 UW-Mil. L 1-2 Purdue L 6-7 Purdue L 3-4 Purdue W 10-4 Purdue L 3-5 UNI L 9-14 Minnesota L 5-12 Minnesota L 5-13 Minnesota L 1-2 Minnesota L 11-19 Michigan St L 5-6 Michigan St L 3-4 Michigan St W 4-1 Michigan St L 10-11 1998 (19-27) Michigan St W 3-2 Providence L 8-11 Troy State L 8-22 S. Illinois L 2-6 S. Illinois L 1-7 SMS L 14-15 SMS W 3-0 Loras W 22-5 Loras W 14-0 Luther W 9-0 Luther W 13-3 Michigan St W 7-2 Michigan St L 0-4 Michigan St W 16-5 Michigan St W 9-1 Creighton L 6-14 Minnesota L 5-11 Minnesota L 0-3 Minnesota L 5-14 Minnesota L 0-1 Iowa St L 3-8 Purdue L 7-12 Purdue W 8-0 Purdue W 8-7 Purdue W 8-2 Grand View L 2-4 Grand View W 7-4 Penn St W 3-2 Penn St W 5-4

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S Penn St W 6-2 Penn St L 9-15 St. Ambrose W 3-0 St. Ambrose L 7-8 Illinois L 4-16 Illinois L 5-9 Illinois L 8-10 Illinois L 0-10 UNI L 3-6 Iowa St L 6-10 Northwestern L 9-11 Northwestern L 0-18 Northwestern L 1-8 Northwestern L 1-8 Bradley W 8-2 Bradley L 6-7 Bradley W 13-8 1999 (22-34) Kansas State L 4-9 Kansas State L 4-5 Air Force W 12-6 Air Force L 9-10 NW Louisiana L 1-9 SW Louisiana W 8-6 Iowa St L 5-8 St. Louis L 6-7 St. Louis L 5-7 Rutgers L 1-10 St. Francis W 15-4 Rider L 2-6 Vermont W 12-5 Rutgers W 15-6 Drexel W 12-10 Miami W 8-6 Iowa St W 10-4 St. Ambrose W 12-2 Michigan L 3-6 Michigan W 7-1 Michigan L 1-9 Michigan L 12-13 Iowa St L 5-6 Grand View W 20-16 Michigan St L 4-5 Michigan St W 7-1 Michigan St W 15-5 Michigan St W 10-1

UNI W 17-16 Minnesota L 3-5 Minnesota L 3-5 Minnesota L 5-9 Minnesota L 5-13 W. Illinois W 13-7 Purdue L 8-12 Purdue L 1-3 Purdue L 8-10 Purdue W 10-9 Bradley L 6-10 Bradley W 6-5 Illinois L 3-8 Illinois L 4-12 Illinois L 2-3 Illinois L 3-4 UNI L 5-6 Penn St L 1-9 Penn St L 0-10 Penn St W 4-1 Penn St L 10-15 Rockhurst W 7-5 Rockhurst W 2-1 Rockhurst W 9-8 Northwestern W 3-0 Northwestern L 4-6 Northwestern L 6-7 Northwestern L 4-7 2000 (19-35) Belmont L 1-3 at Belmont L 1-4 at Belmont L 1-2 Wichita St L 2-10 Wichita St L 4-13 Wichita St L 6-16 Northwestern L 0-4 Evansville L 4-5 Butler W 5-2 C. Michigan L 3-9 Illinois L 2-6 Butler W 4-3 Rider W 14-0 Notre Dame L 2-3 Rider W 6-3 Butler L 4-5 Mt. St. Clare W 7-0

Illinois L 1-15 Illinois L 7-9 Illinois L 8-10 Illinois W 5-4 N. Illinois L 2-4 Ohio St L 1-2 Ohio St W 4-2 Ohio St W 10-4 Ohio St L 1-11 Iowa St W 16-3 Purdue L 4-5 Purdue W 2-0 Purdue W 5-4 Purdue W 1-0 Iowa St L 1-15 UNI L 3-10 Penn St L 11-15 Penn St L 2-15 Penn St L 0-3 Penn St L 1-8 Minnesota L 5-8 Minnesota L 1-2 Minnesota L 1-13 Minnesota L 2-8 UNI W 6-4 Northwestern L 4-8 Northwestern W 4-0 Northwestern W 6-3 Northwestern W 8-6 Truman St W 4-1 UIC L 9-14 UIC L 5-9 UIC L 7-15 Michigan L 2-6 Michigan L 0-3 Michigan W 3-2 Michigan W 8-5 2001 (19-29) Belmont L 1-2 Belmont L 1-2 Belmont W 13-7 Dayton W 7-4 Evansville L 3-8 Beth. Cookman W 9-8 Beth. Cookman W 5-3 Fordham W 7-6

Lehigh W 8-0 Lehigh W 7-6 St. Rose L 2-3 N. Illinois W 6-0 Maine L 1-5 Michigan L 3-4 Iowa St L 3-5 Ohio St L 4-7 Ohio St L 1-8 Ohio St L 5-6 Ohio St W 7-1 Iowa St W 8-1 Penn St L 1-3 Penn St W 7-6 Penn St L 0-1 Penn St W 10-3 Mt. Mercy L 8-9 Illinois L 3-8 Illinois W 2-0 Illinois W 7-0 Illinois L 3-4 UNI L 6-10 Minnesota L 9-12 Minnesota L 3-8 Minnesota L 1-11 Minnesota L 3-9 UNI L 6-8 Northwestern L 2-13 Northwestern L 1-3 Northwestern W 2-0 Northwestern W 9-2 Truman St W 12-5 Bradley W 6-5 UIC L 5-11 UIC L 3-4 UIC L 1-4 Purdue L 1-8 Purdue L 1-3 Purdue W 2-1 Purdue L 0-10 2002 (26-29-1) Belmont W 1-0 Vanderbilt L 1-2 SMS L 5-9 SMS L 2-12 SMS L 4-5

Long Island W 5-4 Long Island W 11-7 Maine L 3-11 Beth. Cookman L 6-9 Beth. Cookman W 5-4 David Lipscomb L 7-12 Beth. Cookman W 11-7 Neb.-Omaha W 4-1 Illinois St L 6-14 Michigan L 0-3 Michigan L 0-6 Michigan W 7-4 Michigan L 1-4 Mt. St. Claire W 5-3 Bradley W 4-3 Indiana L 7-10 Indiana L 1-5 Indiana L 1-6 Indiana W 17-13 N. Illinois W 11-9 Ohio St L 1-7 Ohio St L 1-2 Ohio St W 5-4 Ohio St L 1-11 Illinois St L 4-7 Purdue L 2-4 Purdue W 9-3 Purdue W 3-0 Purdue W 3-2 W. Illinois W 14-1 UNI W 6-4 Michigan St W 14-3 Michigan St W 4-3 Michigan St L 0-3 UNI T 1-1 Northwestern L 3-7 Northwestern W 12-9 Northwestern L 0-1 Northwestern W 9-6 UW-Mil. L 6-8 UW-Mil. L 3-7 Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota L 5-8 Minnesota W 12-6 Illinois L 4-5 Illinois W 6-4

Illinois W 8-5 Illinois W 5-3 #Indiana L 4-7 #Michigan St L 9-13 # - Big Ten Tournament 2003 (18-29) Wichita State L 2-3 Wichita State L 2-13 S. Illinois W 13-1 S. Illinois L 2-4 S. Illinois L 3-5 Fordham W 6-2 Maine W 3-1 Maine L 6-8 Long Island W 13-0 Jacksonville W 9-1 Fordham W 5-3 Beth. Cookman L 5-12 Michigan W 9-5 Michigan L 0-4 Michigan L 5-9 Michigan L 4-20 N. Illinois L 7-15 Indiana L 2-4 Indiana L 2-4 Indiana L 1-5 Indiana W 8-5 Illinois St W 11-4 Ohio St L 1-4 Ohio St L 1-6 Ohio St L 5-9 Ohio St L 9-11 Purdue L 5-9 Purdue W 5-4 Purdue L 6-18 W. Illinois W 9-8 Michigan St W 6-2 Michigan St L 3-11 Michigan St W 4-1 Michigan St L 7-11 Northwestern L 3-18 Northwestern L 1-6 Northwestern W 4-0 Northwestern L 6-7 Bradley L 2-5 Minnesota L 7-8

Minnesota W 4-3 UNI L 8-9 Minnesota W 11-10 Northwestern W 3-0 Minnesota L 3-7 Northwestern W 10-4 Illinois W 6-4 Northwestern L 2-8 Illinois W 5-4 Northwestern L 0-3 Illinois L 3-9 Minnesota L 2-3 Illinois L 4-6 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 6-7 2004 (20-35) Minnesota W 8-4 Centenary W 11-5 Purdue W 9-2 Centenary L 3-7 Purdue L 4-6 Centenary L 8-13 Purdue W 8-3 SMS L 5-8 Purdue L 7-11 SMS L 5-17 Illinois State W 8-2 SMS L 2-13 Illinois L 8-11 Maine W 5-3 Illinois L 6-8 Maine L 2-3 Illinois W 9-8 Stetson W 9-7 Illinois W 7-3 UMass L 2-4 Bucknell W 9-3 2005 (28-29) Miami (OH) W 9-3 Troy L 1-6 Dartmouth W 4-3 MTSU L 9-11 Army L 2-6 SMS W 11-1 W. Illinois L 2-4 SMS L 6-8 N. Colorado L 0-5 SMS L 7-8 Minnesota L 7-19 Toledo W 13-9 N. Illinois W 4-2 Rider W 16-2 Michigan St L 0-1 Rider W 20-4 Michigan St L 4-5 N. Florida L 4-5 Michigan St L 3-6 UIC L 1-2 Michigan St L 1-12 UIC L 4-5 Illinois St W 11-10 Wichita St L 1-6 I-Cubs (exh) L 2-4 Wichita St L 6-17 Michigan W 6-5 Wichita St L 3-7 Michigan L 0-6 Illinois St L 2-5 Michigan L 0-4 Michigan St L 1-3 Michigan L 1-2 Michigan St W 7-6 UNI L 6-8 Michigan St L 5-11 Indiana W 7-3 Michigan St W 10-7 Indiana L 4-5 Nebraska L 1-6 Indiana W 12-7 Michigan W 13-12 Indiana L 9-25 Michigan L 2-4 UNI L 3-8 Michigan W 5-3 Penn St W 6-3 Michigan W 7-6 Penn St L 1-2 UNI W 9-7 Penn St L 1-4 N. Illinois L 8-7 Penn St W 6-2 Indiana W 6-0

IPFW W 5-1 IPFW L 0-1 IPFW W 11-1 Illinois St L 3-7 Ohio St L 5-12 Ohio St W 7-1 Ohio St L 4-6 Ohio St L 1-15 Illinois St L 2-5 Penn St W 6-1 Penn St W 11-3 Penn St W 2-1 Penn St L 10-11 Nebraska L 14-16 Minnesota L 0-9 Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota W 3-1 Minnesota L 1-12 NDSU L 8-11 NDSU W 13-8 Illinois L 3-12 Illinois L 3-4 Illinois L 2-10 Illinois W 17-3 UNI L 2-4 Northwestern L 5-9 Northwestern L 8-9 Northwestern L 6-7 Northwestern W 16-2 Indiana W 3-2 Indiana W 4-3 Indiana W 6-0 Indiana L 5-10 2006 (23-33) Austin Peay W 12-10 Purdue W 4-2 Illinois St. W 10-0 Purdue L 0-1 Dayton W 6-3 Purdue W 2-0 LA-Lafayette L 9-14 Purdue L 2-4 L 5-6 Evansville W 6-4 UNI N’western St W 2-0 Michigan L 1-2 UTSA L 1-3 Michigan L 0-1 Notre Dame L 2-16 Michigan L 1-4 LA-Lafayette L 2-3 Michigan L 1-3 Indiana W 7-6 Indiana W 3-2 Indiana L 7-11 NDSU W 4-1 Penn St W 6-5 Penn St L 4-5 Penn St W 13-3 Penn St W 10-3 UNI L 6-8 W. Illinois L 1-4 Northwestern L 5-6 Northwestern L 4-8 Northwestern L 6-7 Northwestern W 6-5 UW-Mil. W 5-1 UW-Mil. W 8-2 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota W 3-1 Minnesota W 10-9 Minnesota W 7-3 Purdue W 7-3 Purdue L 7-8 Purdue L 3-4 Purdue L 3-10 Illinois W 12-9 Illinois L 0-3 Illinois W 2-1 Illinois W 7-1 Minnesota# L 7-14 Michigan# L 6-8 # - Big Ten Tournament

Notre Dame S. Illinois Notre Dame S. Illinois Notre Dame

L W L W W

2-6 4-3 5-7 15-9 10-8

2007 (31-23) UALR UALR Notre Dame

L 2-8 W 9-6 W 8-1

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IOWABASE BALL Nebraska W 12-8 Fresno St L 10-13 Fresno St L 6-14 Fresno St L 2-4 Dallas Baptist W 17-13 Fresno St. W 10-8 Dallas Baptist L 5-18 NDSU W 6-5 NDSU W 8-0 NDSU W 5-3 NDSU W 9-7 Illinois St W 15-3 Ohio St L 7-12 Ohio St L 2-6 Ohio St W 8-0 Ohio St L 7-16 Penn St L 1-6 Penn St W 1-0 Penn St W 6-2 Nebraska L 6-7 Minnesota L 8-9 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 6-9 Minnesota W 8-7 UNI L 10-15 N. Illinois W 4-3 Illinois L 2-6 Illinois W 10-9 Illinois W 10-4 Illinois W 17-12 Northwestern W 16-6 Northwestern W 15-10 Northwestern W 13-8 Northwestern W 14-10 W. Illinois W 9-3 Upper Iowa W 16-5 Indiana W 3-2 Indiana W 10-2 Indiana W 9-0 Purdue L 4-13 Purdue L 6-11 Purdue W 6-5 Purdue W 10-9 UNI W 5-4 W. Illinois L 2-9 Michigan L 3-4 Michigan W 8-6

Michigan L 2-7 Michigan L 2-7 #Illinois L 3-12 #Penn State L 3-5 # - Big Ten Tournament 2008 (22-33) Albany W 8-3 Notre Dame L 13-14 Liberty L 1-3 Xavier W 12-9 Vanderbilt W 6-3 Kansas L 5-9 Missouri St L 3-6 Missouri St L 3-8 Missouri St L 5-12 Rutgers L 6-8 Rutgers W 9-2 Rutgers W 16-14 Stetson L 6-9 Stetson W 5-4 W. Illinois W 7-4 N. Illinois L 4-5 Michigan L 3-4 Michigan L 3-5 Michigan L 3-6 Michigan L 2-3 Illinois St L 6-7 Purdue L 6-8 Purdue W 7-6 Purdue L 3-4 Purdue L 3-16 Coe W 7-2 Indiana L 12-13 Indiana W 12-11 Indiana W 13-10 Indiana W 10-5 Creighton W 8-3 Northwestern L 5-13 Northwestern W 8-3 Northwestern L 6-13 Northwestern L 7-9 UW-Mil. L 5-13 UNI W 5-2 Michigan St W 16-2 Michigan St L 3-6 Michigan St L 7-16

Michigan St L 10-11 UNI W 10-6 Minnesota L 6-7 Minnesota W 10-5 Minnesota W 6-1 Minnesota L 14-17 Valparaiso W 13-5 Penn St L 5-6 Penn St L 5-6 Penn St L 9-13 Penn St L 8-11 Ohio St W 4-3 Ohio St L 2-12 Ohio St W 7-4 Ohio St L 7-9 2009 (16-35) Illinois L 3-8 St. Johns L 3-18 Georgetown W 4-3 Stetson L 0-11 S. Alabama L 9-11 S. Illinois L 3-8 Austin Peay W 15-9 Austin Peay L 4-10 Austin Peay L 9-20 Louisville L 2-7 Louisville W 2-1 Louisville L 7-11 Tenn-Martin W 25-6 Austin Peay W 10-3 W. Illinois W 9-4 W. Illinois L 3-7 W. Illinois W 11-1 Coe W 8-2 Michigan L 3-4 Michigan W 2-1 Michigan L 5-7 Upper Iowa W 11-8 Illinois State L 6-9 Purdue W 15-7 Purdue L 3-5 Purdue L 9-10 Kansas L 4-5 Kansas L 3-9 Indiana L 2-6 Indiana L 1-5

A L L -T I M E R E S U LT S Indiana L 4-8 Nebraska L 5-8 Northwestern L 3-4 Northwestern W 10-1 W. Illinois W 20-7 UNI W 5-4 Michigan St L 10-15 Michigan St L 4-15 Michigan St L 5-14 UNI L 3-9 Creighton L 3-12 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 9-26 Minnesota L 3-12 Milwaukee W 11-4 Penn State L 6-8 Penn State L 4-5 Penn State W 5-3 Ohio State L 4-13 Ohio State L 4-5 Ohio State L 6-8 2010 (30-28) Illinois State Austin Peay Rutgers West Virginia Villanova Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Texas Texas Texas Texas UTSA UTPA UTPA UTPA W. Illinois W. Illinois W. Illinois S. Dak. St. S. Dak. St. Michigan St. Michigan St.

W 19-11 L 8-13 W 6-3 L 5-9 W 11-2 L 1-8 W 5-3 L 4-8 L 7-15 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 2-5 L 0-18 L 2-4 L 4-7 L 2-13 W 10-3 W 4-3 W 10-9 W 11-2 L 10-12 W 6-5 W 5-3 L 2-16

Michigan St. L 11-26 Illinois L 8-9 Illinois W 6-4 Illinois W 4-2 Milwaukee W 9-3 Indiana L 1-4 Indiana L 3-4 Indiana L 12-21 W. Illinois W 6-5 N. Illinois L 2-13 Michigan W 5-2 Michigan W 5-3 Michigan L 5-7 Nebraska W 5-2 Creighton L 10-15 Minnesota W 11-4 Minnesota L 2-12 Minnesota L 1-6 Coe W 16-6 Penn State L 2-6 Penn State W 9-3 Penn State W 13-9 Ohio State W 7-5 Ohio State W 4-3 Ohio State L 6-11 St. Ambrose W 8-0 Purdue W 7-2 Purdue W 5-1 Purdue W 12-9 Purdue W 7-4 Michigan L 4-18 Purdue W 8-3 Michigan W 11-8 Minnesota L 5-15 2011 (20-32) West Virginia L 0-5 Pittsburgh L 2-3 Seton Hall L 0-2 S. Utah W 8-3 Kansas L 2-5 Georgia St. L 6-10 Miss. State W 5-3 Miss. State W 7-6 Georgia St. W 3-2 Texas Tech L 7-9 Texas Tech L 4-6

Texas A&M-CC W 10-9 Texas A&M-CC L 4-5 Notre Dame W 4-3 Notre Dame W 11-2 Gonzaga L 1-9 Gonzaga L 2-7 W. Illinois L 2-4 W. Illinois W 5-4 W. Illinois W 6-2 S. Dak. St. L 4-7 S. Dak. St. L 5-10 Michigan St L 2-7 Michigan St L 1-7 Michigan St W 19-7 Coe W 14-1 Illinois L 3-4 Illinois W 7-4 Illinois L 7-11 Kansas L 5-12 Indiana L 1-2 Indiana W 2-1 Indiana L 0-6 W. Illinois W 14-8 Michigan W 13-7 Michigan L 1-2 Michigan L 2-5 Nebraska L 3-7 Minnesota L 0-1 Minnesota L 4-5 Minnesota W 7-1 Milwaukee L 3-4 Penn State W 11-4 Penn State L 2-3 Penn State W 2-1 Ohio State W 7-0 Ohio State W 9-8 Ohio State L 4-10 Creighton L 3-5 Purdue L 3-6 Purdue L 2-6 Purdue L 2-5 2012 (23-27) Pittsburgh W 7-5 Notre Dame L 2-5 West Virginia L 3-4

Coastal Carolina L 0-1 George Mason L 3-12 Virginia Tech L 3-4 Akron W 17-3 Austin Peay L 3-4 Youngstown St. W 16-15 Georgetown L 1-6 Illinois State L 6-10 Eastern Illinois W 2-1 Bucknell W 8-6 Long Island L 3-5 Jacksonville St. W 6-3 Army L 1-5 Grand View W 20-1 Northwestern W 3-2 Northwestern L 0-3 Northwestern W 3-1 Neb.-Omaha L 1-3 Indiana L 7-10 Indiana W 4-0 Indiana L 5-10 S. Dak. St. W 6-2 S. Dak. St. W 11-4 Nebraska W 4-3 Nebraska L 4-9 Nebraska L 8-9 W. Illinois W 8-7 S. Dak. St. W 6-1 Bradley L 3-7 Penn State L 2-5 Penn State L 0-2 Penn State W 4-2 Bradley L 3-7 Minnesota L 4-5 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota W 5-4 Milwaukee W 10-9 Michigan L 0-11 Michigan L 2-8 Michigan W 7-2 Michigan St. L 0-6 Michigan St. W 2-1 Michigan St. L 3-7 Creighton W 5-4 Purdue L 8-11 Purdue W 6-1 Purdue W 7-6

2013 (22-27) Austin Peay L 2-4 Austin Peay W 13-1 Austin Peay L 1-6 #14 Oklahoma L 1-3 New Mexico W 6-2 (10) Texas A&M CC W 4-2 Ark.-Little Rock L 2-5 W. Illinois W 7-3 Ark.-Little Rock L 3-9 Wichita State L 3-5 Maine W 9-2 Georgetown W 7-2 West Virginia W 6-4 (12) Omaha L 6-9 Omaha W 4-1 Omaha L 6-7 Northwestern L 1-2 (13) Northwestern W 2-1 Northwestern L 1-5 #19 Indiana L 5-16 #19 Indiana L 6-9 #19 Indiana L 4-6 W. Illinois W 10-6 Nebraska L 5-12 Nebraska L 8-12 Nebraska W 6-5 Kansas L 3-8 Kansas State W 6-1 Kansas State L 4-11 Kansas State L 3-5 Omaha W 3-0 Penn State L 7-8 Penn State W 5-2 Penn State L 4-7 N. Illinois W 3-2 Minnesota W 10-9 (10) Minnesota L 2-10 Minnesota L 5-9 Milwaukee L 3-10 Michigan L 4-5 Michigan W 4-3 (12) Michigan L 3-4 Omaha L 5-6 Michigan State W 6-2 Michigan State W 2-1 Michigan State L 2-4

Purdue Purdue Purdue

W 2-1 (11) W 9-5 (10) W 5-4

2014 (30-23) Austin Peay W 11-5 Austin Peay W 15-13 Austin Peavy L 4-7 Miss. Valley St. W 9-4 St. Bonaventure W 2-0 Ball State W 16-6 Nebraska-Omaha W 7-1 Stetson W 5-1 Maine W 13-12 Furman W 8-2 Kansas State L 2-3 Kansas State L 2-5 Kansas State L 8-12 Georgetown W 13-1 Saint Joseph’s W 9-7 Georgetown L 1-10 Otterbein Univ. W 17-5 Nebraska W 2-1 Nebraska L 1-5 Nebraska W 8-4 Bradley L 0-7 Michigan W 3-2 Michigan L 2-4 Michigan L 5-6 Bradley W 6-2 #24 Indiana L 3-6 #24 Indiana L 3-14 #24 Indiana L 3-5 Kansas W 5-3 Kansas W 12-7 Northwestern L 13-14 Northwestern W 8-1 Northwestern W 5-0 Western Illinois L 6-8 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota W 11-5 Minnesota W 7-6 South Dakota St. W 2-1 South Dakota St. W 4-3 South Dakota St. W 12-3 Ohio State L 4-9 Ohio State W 17-2

Ohio State L 2-3 Upper Iowa W 8-3 Illinois L 1-4 Illinois L 1-5 Illinois L 2-4 Purdue W 10-3 Purdue L 4-6 Purdue W 17-5 #8 Indiana L 2-5 Minnesota W 2-1 Michigan L 1-7 2015 (41-18) vs. Kansas State L 4-5 vs. Saint Louis W 4-2 vs. George Mason W 4-1 vs. Ark.-Little Rock W 3-1 vs. Missouri State W 6-5 vs. Cincinnati W 6-2 vs. Cincinnati W 5-1 vs. Cincinnati W 5-0 (13) at M. Tenn. St. W 2-1 at M. Tenn. St. W 6-1 at M. Tenn. St. L 8-9 AIB W 7-1 at H. Baptist L 1-7 at H. Baptist L 1-5 at H. Baptist W 7-2 at H. Baptist W 7-2 at Kansas L 3-4 at Kansas W 6-4 at Kansas W 6-2 Bradley L 2-5 #19 Indiana W 2-0 #19 Indiana W 5-1 #19 Indiana W 10-6 Grand View W 9-2 at W. Illinois L 5-16 at Purdue W 9-1 at Purdue W 10-5 at Purdue W 4-1 Milwaukee L 3-4 at #16 Maryland L 1-10 at #16 Maryland W 3-1 at #16 Maryland W 2-1 at Bradley L 4-5 Cornell College W 9-1

Northwestern W 4-3 Northwestern W 13-4 Northwestern L 1-4 Northern Illinois W 4-3 (11) #25 Nebraska W 4-3 #25 Nebraska W 3-2 (10) #25 Nebraska W 5-1 Sacramento St. W 4-3 (18) at Michigan W 13-7 at Michigan L 5-11 at Michigan W 2-0 Western Illinois W 7-5 Minnesota W 7-3 Minnesota W 10-2 Minnesota W 7-1 at Rutgers L 3-5 at Rutgers W 10-3 at Rutgers L 2-3 vs. Ohio State W 3-2 vs. Indiana L 2-10 vs. Michigan L 5-8 vs. Oregon W 3-1 at #10 Missouri St. L 3-5 vs. Oregon W 2-1 (11) at #10 Missouri St. L 2-3 2016 (30-26) at #31 D. Baptist L 1-5 at #31 D. Baptist L 3-7 at #31 D. Baptist L 1-4 vs. Indiana St. L 3-11 vs. Dartmouth W 4-1 vs. Chicago St. W 15-3 at S. illinois L 1-2 (11) at S. Illinois W 7-5 at S. Illinois L 1-6 N'western College W 28-0 vs. Omaha L 2-3 vs. Seton Hall L 1-7 vs. Sav. St. W 14-4 vs. Point W 7-1 at #19 Missouri St. L 1-4 at #19 Missouri St. L 4-5 at #19 Missouri St. L 6-8 Bradley W 7-6 Maryland W 8-1 Maryland W 4-1

Maryland L 1-4 N. Illinois W 12-3 at Minnesota L 1-4 at Minnesota W 6-3 at Minnesota L 3-6 Milwaukee W 9-1 Illinois W 4-3 (10) Illinois L 4-10 Illinois W 4-3 Air Force W 9-7 Air Force W 22-2 at Indiana L 1-7 at Indiana L 2-8 at Indiana W 6-5 (10) #18 Michigan L 4-8 #18 Michigan L 9-12 #18 Michigan W 8-3 Grand View W 3-0 Kansas State L 2-3 Kansas State W 2-1 Kansas State L 2-4 W. Illinois W 10-4 at Ohio State L 0-6 at Ohio State W 12-0 at Ohio State L 0-3 Michigan St. L 1-5 Michigan St. W 3-1 Michigan St. W 5-1 at W. Illinois W 10-2 at Penn St. W 3-2 at Penn St. W 8-0 at Penn St. L 4-5 (12) vs. Minnesota W 8-2 vs. Ohio St. W 5-4 (10) vs. Maryland W 11-0 vs. Ohio St. L 7-8

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HOTELS/MOTELS Alexis Park Inn and Suites, 1165 S. Riverside Drive, Iowa City Amana Colonies Holiday Inn, I-80, Exit 225, Amana Americinn, 2597 Holiday Road, Coralville Baymont Inn & Suites, 200 6th Street, Coralville Best Western Cantebury Inn, 704 1st Ave., Coralville Big Ten Inn, 707 1st Ave., Coralville Candlewood Suites, 2491 Holiday Road, Coralville Clarion Highlander Hotel & Conference Center, 2525 N. Dodge St., Iowa City Comfort Inn and Suites, 2431 James Street, Coralville Comfort Inn, 209 9th St., Coralville Country Inn and Suites by Carlson, 2571 Heartland Place, Coralville Days Inn, 205 2nd Street, Coralville Fairfield Inn, 214 9th Street, Coralville Hampton Inn, 1200 1st Ave., Coralville Hampton Inn, 4 Sturgis Corner Drive, Iowa City Heartland Inn, 87 2nd Street, Coralville

337-8665 688-1175 625-2400 337-9797 351-0400 351-6131 625-2200 354-2000 338-3400 351-8144 545-8464 354-4400 337-8382 351-6600 339-8000 351-8132

Holiday Inn Express, 970 25th Ave., Coralville 625-5000 Holiday Inn, 1200 1st Ave., Coralville 351-5049 Homewood Suites by Hilton, 921 E. 2nd Ave., Coralville 338-3410 Hotel Vetro Studio Suites, 201 S. Linn St., Iowa City, IA 337-4961 Iowa House Hotel, 121 Iowa Memorial Union, Iowa City 335-3513 Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, 300 East 9th Street, Coralville 688-4000 Quality Inn, 209 W. 9th Street, Coralville 351-8144 Residence Inn, 2681 James Street, Coralville 338-6000 Riverside Golf Resort, 3184 Hwy. 22, Riverside, IA 648-1234 Sheraton Iowa City Hotel, 210 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City 337-4058 Sleep Inn and Suites, 485 Madison Ave., N., North Liberty 665-2700 Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, 2491 Holiday Road, Coralville 625-2200 Super 8 Motel, 611 1st Ave., Coralville 337-8388 The Hotel at Kirkwood Center, 7725 Kirkwood Blvd. SW, Cedar Rapids 848-8700 Travel Lodge, 2216 N. Dodge St., Iowa City 351-1010

351-3800 665-2524 351-9259 358-1986 341-7700 466-4444 512-6444 337-2010 338-1770 351-1470 337-4703 665-4800 331-7400 354-4246 338-6373 337-2243 887-9464 338-9464 337-4422 354-5800 626-2295 545-3131 351-1488

Chipotle Mexican grill, 201 S. Clinton Street, #12, Iowa City Chop House, 223 E. Washington St., Iowa City Colony Inn Restaurant, 741 47th Ave., Amana Culvers Frozen Custard, 2591 Heartland Place, Coralville Divot’s Bar and Grill, 1900 Country Club Drive, Coralville Donnelley’s, 110 E. College Street, Iowa City Edgewater Grille, 300 E. 9th Street, Coralville El Dorado, 102 Second Street, Coralville El Ranchero, 21 Sturgis Drive, Iowa City Flannigan’s Bar & Grill, 501 1st Ave., Coralville Givanni’s Café, 109 E. College St., Iowa City Graze, 115 E. College Street, Iowa City Gus’ Food & Spirits, 2421 Coral Court, Coralville Hamburg Inn, 214 N. Linn St., Iowa City House of Lords Restaurant & Pub, 704 1st Ave., Coralville HuHot Mongolian Grill, 917 25th Ave., Coralville Hunan Restaurant, 118 2nd St., Coralville IHOP, 2435 James Street, Coralville Iowa River Power Company, 501 1st Ave., Coralville Jimmy Jack’s Rib Shack, 1940 Lower Muscatine Road, Iowa City Joseph’s Steakhouse, 212 S. Clinton St., Iowa City Konomi, 843 Quarry Road, #140, Coralville Kyodai Japanese Grill, 575 Cameron Way, North Liberty

RESTAURANTS 30hop, 900 E. 2nd Ave., Coralville Agave Bar & Grill, 2781 Oakdale Blvd., Coralville Airliner, 22 S. Clinton, Iowa City Applebee’s, 200 12th St., Coralville Atlas World Grill, 127 Iowa Ave., Iowa City Backpocket Brewing, 903 Quarry Road, Coralville Bandana’s Bar-B-Q, 807 1st Ave., Coralville Basta, 121 Iowa Avenue, Iowa City Blackstone, 502 Westbury Drive, Suite 1, Iowa City Bluebird Diner, 330 E. Market St., Iowa City Bo-James, 118 E. Washington St., Iowa City Bobby’s Live on 965, Hwy. 965, North Liberty Bob’s Your Uncle Pizza Café, 2208 N. Dodge St., Iowa City Bread Garden Bakery & Café, 224 S. Clinton, Iowa City Brothers Bar & Grill, 125 W. Dubuque, Iowa City Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery, 404 1st Avenue, Coralville Buffalo Wild Wings, 201 Clinton Street, Iowa City Buffalo Wild Wings, 2500 Corridor Way, Coralville Carl and Ernies Good Time Pub and Grub, 161 Hwy. 1 West, Iowa City Carlos O’Kelly’s, 1411 S. Waterfront Drive, Iowa City Charlotte’s, 745 Community Drive, North Liberty Cheddars, 2824 Commerce Drive, Coralville Chili’s, 2651 2nd St., Coralville

338-1194 359-1078 622-6270 545-8255 248-9303 338-7355 887-5018 688-5237 338-4324 351-1904 338-5967 887-5477 545-4290 337-5512 351-0400 358-9100 338-8886 248-1122 351-1904 354-7427 358-0776 351-2290 626-2111

La Cava Mexican Restaurant, 1810 Coral St., Coralville Linn Street Café, 121 N. Linn St., Iowa City Longhorn Steak House, 2671 James Street, Coralville Micky’s Irish Pub, 11 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City Midtown Family Restaurant, 1069 Hwy. 1, Iowa City Mill Restaurant, 120 E. Burlington Street, Iowa City Mondo’s Tomato Pie, 516 E. 2nd St., Coralville Monicas, 302 2nd Street, Coralville Okoboji Grill, 1857 Lower Muscatine Rd., Iowa City Old Capitol Brew Works & Public House, 525 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City Old Chicago, 78 Second Street, Coralville Olive Garden, 925 25th Ave., Coralville Otis’ Tailgators, 450 1st Ave., Coralville Ox Yoke Inn, 4420 220 Trail, Amana Pagliai’s Pizza, 302 E. Bloomington St., Iowa City Panchero’s Mexican Grill, 901 25th Ave., Coralville Panchero’s Mexican Grill, 965 S. Riverside Drive, Iowa City Panchero’s Mexican Grill, 32 S. Clinton, Iowa City Quinton’s Bar & Deli, 215 E. Washington, Iowa City Quinton’s Bar & Deli, 2500 Corridor Way, Ste. 5, Coralville Red Lobster, 2671 2nd Street, Coralville Red Pepper Deli and Grill, 517 S. Riverside Drive, Iowa City Red’s Ale House, 515 S. Dubuque St., North Liberty River City Beefstro, 1210 1st Ave., Coralville

358-2324 337-7370 338-2011 338-6860 351-9323 351-9529 337-3000 338-7400 248-1155 337-3422 248-1220 339-9100 356-6914 1-800-233-3441 351-5073 248-3256 887-2600 338-6311 354-7074 625-2221 338-6400 337-5270 626-2100 351-1551

Rocky O’Brien’s Public House, 720 Pacha Pkwy., Ste. 8, North Liberty The Saloon, 112 E. College St., Iowa City Sam’s Pizza, 441 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City Sanctuary Restaurant & Pub, 405 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City Short’s Burger and Shine, 18 S. Clinton St., Iowa City Short’s Burgers East Side, 521 Westbury Dribe, Iowa City Sports Column, 12 S. Dubuque Street, Iowa City Steak and Shake, 2806 Commerce Drive, Coralville Stella, 1006 Melrose Ave., Iowa City Summit Restaurant & Bar, 10 S. Clinton St., Iowa City Sushi Popo, 725 Mormon Trek Blvd., Iowa City Takanami, 219 Iowa Avenue, Iowa City Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, 324 E. Washington St., Iowa City Texas Road House, 2520 Corridor Way, Coralville The Three Samurai, 1801 2nd St., Coralville Two Dogs Pub, 1705 W. 1st Ave., Iowa City Vesta, 849 Quarry Road, Coralville Vine Tavern, 330 E. Prentiss St., Iowa City Vine Tavern & Eatery, 39 2nd St., Coralville Vito’s Italian American Restaurant, 118 E. College St., Iowa City Which Wich, 925 25th Ave., Coralville Which Wich, 23 S. Dubuque Street, Iowa City Wig and Pen Pizza Pub, 1220 Hwy. 6 West, Coralville Wildwood Smokehouse & Saloon, 4919 B Walleye Drive, Iowa City

665-2010 354-3837 337-8200 351-5692 337-4678 338-7743 356-6902 545-5472 887-5564 354-7482 338-7676 351-5125 354-6888 354-3489 337-3340 337-9047 338-3782 354-8767 338-7770 338-1393 354-9424 337-9424 354-2767 338-2211

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