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About Gardner-Webb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 GWU President Dr. A. Frank Bonner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 GWU Vice President For Athletics Chuck Burch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Meet The Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Head Coach Rusty Stroupe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 GWU & The Major League Draft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Assistant Coach Kent Cox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Assistant Coach Ray Greene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Volunteer Assistant Coach Aaron Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Gardner-Webb Athletic Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 John Henry Moss Stadium / Bill Masters Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2012 Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2012 Team Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 2012 Student-Athlete Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 2011 Season Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Last Season’s Cumulative Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Last Season’s Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Extended Record Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

This Media Guide was designed, written and edited by the Gardner-Webb Sports Information Department, using Adobe InDesign desktop publishing software (MacIntosh Platform). Editor: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marc Rabb. Assistant Editor: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saxon Simpson. Layout & Design: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marc Rabb. Cover Design & Graphics: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marc Rabb. Photography Credit: WG Sports Photos, BigSouthPhotos.com, GWU Staff.

Gardner-Webb admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.


THE UNIVERSITY Perhaps there is no greater time to observe the academic quality of GardnerWebb University than right now. All of the necessary factors for academic excellence – faculty, students, resources, curriculum – are working in conjunction with one another to gain widespread acclaim from alumni, friends, trustees, the media and the community. Over 130 full-time faculty members comprise a group of educators at GWU being heralded as the "premiere class of instructors ever assembled at the University." Over 80 percent of the faculty hold a Ph.D. or equivalent, and many boast of welldocumented activities in the business and professional worlds. With a student-tofaculty ratio of 15 to 1, Gardner-Webb is able to provide personal instruction to its students, who now number over 4,000, making Gardner-Webb the fifth-largest private institution in North Carolina. New technological features in our library enhance the learning experience for a higher quality student.

Undergraduate Programs Accounting American Sign Language Art Athletic Training Biology Business Administration Chemistry Communications Computer Science Elementary Education (K-6) English Finance French Health & Wellness History International Business Journalism Management Information Systems Mathematics Medical Technology Middle School Education (6-9) Music Music Business Music Composition Music Education Music Performance Nursing Physical Education Physician Assistant Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Sacred Music Social Science Sociology Spanish Sports Management Theater Arts

GOAL Program Bachelor of Science in: Accounting Business Administration Criminal Justice Health Management Human Services

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Management Information Systems Nursing Religious Studies

Graduate School M.A. in Mental Health Counseling M.A. in Elementary Education (K-6) M.A. in English M.A. in English Education (9-12) M.A. in Middle Grades Education (6-9) M.A. in Nursing M.A. in School Administration (K-12) M.A. in School Counseling M.A. in Sport Science & Pedagogy

Graduate School of Business MBA in Business Administration M.Acc. in Accounting I.MBA in International Business

School of Divinity Master of Divinity (M.Div.) M.Div. in Christian Education M.Div. in Church Music M.Div/MBA M.Div. in Missiology M.Div. in Pastoral Care and Counseling Doctor of Ministry degree (D.Min.)


ADMINISTRATION Dr. Frank Bonner President

Dr. A. Frank Bonner, in his sevenh year as the president of Gardner-Webb University, took office on May 2, 2005, and was inaugurated on April 6, 2006. Bonner is no stranger to Gardner-Webb, having been a part of the University family since 1987. A native of Greenville, S.C., Bonner graduated from Furman University in 1969, has a M.A. degree from the University of Georgia and earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a faculty member and Associate Dean at Anderson College in Anderson, S.C., prior to beginning his career in Boiling Springs as Vice President for Academic Affairs. In 1992, Bonner was promoted to provost and senior vice president at Gardner-Webb, a post he held until assuming his current role in 2005. After a comprehensive, national search for the university’s new president, chairman of the presidential search committee and the board of trustees, Frank Beam, said, “We came to the conclusion that we had the most qualified candidate right here at the university.” Bonner succeeded Dr. Frank Campbell, who served Gardner-Webb University as president from October, 2002 until June, 2005. Active in civic life and in the community, Bonner has served on the boards of the United Way, the YMCA, and Communities in Schools, and he serves on the Cleveland County Sports Commission. He is a past chairman of the Cleveland County Chamber, a past president of the Shelby Rotary Club, and a Sunday School teacher and deacon at First Baptist Church in Shelby. Bonner is also a retired Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. During Bonner’s time as provost, Gardner-Webb emerged as a vibrant institution for higher learning, officially moving from college to university in 1993. The institution’s academic reputation has steadily improved during Bonner’s time in Boiling Springs, with a tremendous faculty and consistently evolving curriculum. Bonner is married to the former Florence “Flossie” Black of Chester, S.C., also a graduate of Furman University. They are parents of two adult daughters and five grandchildren.

Chuck Burch VP for Athletics

Gardner-Webb alumnus Chuck Burch is in his 15th year as Vice President for Athletics and his 29th year in athletics administration. The Charlotte, N.C., native spearheaded the Bulldogs move into Division I athletics, which resulted in Gardner-Webb’s addition to the Big South Conference as an associate member for football in 2001, and GWU’s move to the Big South as a full member – which became official on July 1, 2008. Burch oversees all athletic operations at Gardner-Webb, including management and supervision of athletic programs, facilities and budgets. During his career at GWU, Burch has overseen across-the-board improvements in athletics facilities and the addition of five new sports since arriving in 1997. A sixth sport, men’s swimming, was added in 2007-08. Burch is also responsible for continued improvements in the quality and quantity of Gardner-Webb’s athletics staff – with a number of full-time positions created to assist and enhance the entire department. GWU athletics has seen a steady increase in academic performance since Burch’s arrival, and the department has posted a combined GPA above 3.0 in each of the last four academic years. This past year, Gardner-Webb posted its highest finish in the annual Big South Conference Sasser Cup, taking No. 4 in the final standings of the all-sports race. The women’s basketball team captured its first Big South Tournament title, advancing to the first round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament. Two other teams – women’s soccer and baseball – advanced to the league tournament title game in their respective seasons as well. Gardner-Webb’s final year in the Atlantic Sun Conference was fruitful, with several notable wins and the usual high number of strong academic performances by the Bulldogs’ student-athletes. GWU enjoyed its most successful athletics year as a Division I member in 200607. Gardner-Webb won its first Atlantic Sun Conference Academic Championship, unseating Belmont University for the title. The Bulldogs also finished third in the men’s and women’s combined sports standings – a very impressive effort in the race for the inaugural Bill Bibb Trophy. Gardner-Webb’s men’s soccer team captured the imagination of fans across Cleveland County during its run to the 2006 A-Sun Championship and NCAA Tournament second round. National qualifiers in Track & Field, swimming and wrestling highlighted competitive success for the Bulldogs in 2006-2007. Burch, a graduate of Independence (N.C.) High in Charlotte, and former member of Gardner-Webb’s football and tennis teams, spent 1991-1997 as Director of Athletics at Liberty (Va.) University, and was instrumental in a successful and well run department in Lynchburg as well. He also served Liberty as Associate Director of Athletics (1988-1990), Assistant Director of Athletics (1984-1988), Sports Information Director (1986-1988) and Assistant Director of Sports Information (1982-1984). After graduating from Gardner-Webb in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Burch, 53, earned his master’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1982. His wife, Franki, holds a Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Virginia, and is a member of the faculty at Gardner-Webb. The couple has three children, Travis, a 2009 graduate of Furman University; Danielle, a senior at Brevard (N.C.) College and Amy, a senior at Crest High School.

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Rusty Stroupe (612-483-1, 256-250-1 at GWU) is in his 10th season with the Runnin' Bulldogs, and has made a tremendous impact on the baseball program, the overall campus and the community since joining the Gardner-Webb family prior to the 2003 season. The Cherryville, N.C., native has taken the 'Dogs new heights at the NCAA Division I level and crossed the 600-win plateau last season – as well as reaching his 250th win with the Runnin' Bulldogs. Stroupe, who has more than 20 years of college head coaching experience under his belt, has led Gardner-Webb to a pair of conference tournament championship game appearances, with the 'Dogs falling just short in the Big South title game in 2011 and in the famed 15-inning Atlantic Sun Conference title game in 2008. GWU finished with a top-100 RPI for the first time in program history. Stroupe has led GWU to at least 25 wins in eight of his nine seasons at the helm, and has posted five finishes in the top-5 in conference play. In 2011, the 'Dogs were one of the nation's most potent offensive teams, ranking 37th nationally with a .302 team average and among the Big South's best hitting squads all season long. Gardner-Webb finished the season ranked in the top-50 in scoring (26th), runs scored (29th), hits (33rd), doubles (44th) and doubles per game (49th). Defensively, Gardner-Webb ranked No. 23 nationally in double plays turned. When the dust settled at the end of the 2011 season, Gardner-Webb had posted a strong 34-23-1 record that included a weekend sweep of NCAA Tournament participant and preseason top-25 member St. John's in March. The Runnin' Bulldogs took well to their sparkling new home stadium, forging a 17-10 mark in John Henry Moss Stadium / Bill Masters Field. First baseman Dusty Quattlebaum was named Big South Conference Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and became the first GWU baseball player to be named first-team Capital One Academic All-America. In 2010, Stroupe's very young squad was competitive throughout a tough schedule, forging 25 wins that included a win over ACC member Wake Forest on the road. His 2009 team established numerous team records offensively, breaking the school's season batting record with a .327 average - topping the .324 average that had stood as the top mark since 1971. The 2009 squad also set singleseason records as a team for on-base percentage (.398) and most home runs (65), while third baseman Justin Loyd became the latest member of the schools .400 club, earning first-team All-Big South honors. Gardner-Webb has shown under Stroupe that it can compete with the best, and with style. The Runnin' Bulldogs ran to a school-record 122 stolen bases in 2008, breaking the record of 119 set just one year earlier in 2007. GWU also made a late run that gave the 'Dogs the No. 5 seed at the 2007 A-Sun Tournament, and

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posted a pair of non-conference wins at SEC member Georgia - marking the fourth time in six games against Georgia that GWU has prevailed under Stroupe's watchful eye. In 2006, Stroupe led a very young team to 24 wins, which included early victories over Missouri Valley Conference champ Evansville and ACC member Maryland. Stroupe also saw fifth-year senior Blake Lalli sign with the Chicago Cubs prior the June, 2006, draft as a free agent - marking the fifth Diamond 'Dog under Stroupe's watch to ink a deal with a major league organization. In 2005, Gardner-Webb finished in a tie for fifth in the Atlantic Sun Conference - the third year in a row that GWU had finished at least fifth in the powerful league. GWU also picked up its first A-Sun Tournament win, upsetting No. 1 seed Troy in the opening round. Ace Zach Ward became the highest drafted player in GWU baseball history - going in the third round of June's MLB Amateur Draft, capping a record-setting career in Boiling Springs. Ward signed with the Reds, marking the fourth player to sign a contract with a Major League club since 2003 - Stroupe's first season with the program. Catcher Jay McConnell was named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America. In 2004, Stroupe's Bulldogs posted a 19-11 mark in the Atlantic Sun Conference, finishing only one game out of a tie for second place in one of the country's most competitive leagues. A No. 4 seed in the A-Sun Tournament followed, capping off a 32-25 overall campaign - hich included two wins over No. 14 Florida Atlantic in mid-March. Seniors Jeff Long (Atlanta Braves, 12th Round) and Joey Siak (St. Louis Cardinals, FA) continued their careers on the professional level after the 2004 season was completed. Stroupe led his first set of Bulldogs to a 33-23 record in 2003, including an 18-15 mark in the A-Sun. In the process, the Bulldogs qualified for the A-Sun Tournament, which takes the top six of 12 total teams from the regular season standings. Ward was also named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America Team, becoming the first Gardner-Webb player so honored. During the Bulldogs' 33-win trek through the 2003 season, Stroupe led the squad to a pair of wins over SEC foe Georgia, as well as wins over preseason top-25 squads UCF (2), Florida Atlantic (1) and Stetson (1). GWU rose to as high as No. 53 in the Division I RPI - before finishing the season with a rating index of 79 (out of 287 Division I teams). Stroupe also has head college coaching experience at Lander (1998-2002), Brevard College (1993-1997) and North Greenville College (1991-1992). He and his wife, Karen, have three sons - Will (19), Cal (16) and J.T. (12). In addition to his coaching career, Stroupe has written a book and is a regular contributor as a non-sports columnist with the Shelby Star.

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THE STROUPE FILE

North Greenville College North Greenville College Brevard College Brevard College Brevard College Brevard College Brevard College Lander University Lander University Lander University Lander University Lander University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb University

13-22 (4th) 27-18 (3rd) 25-21 (2nd) 43-15 (1st) 31-20 (4th) 46-10 (3rd) 35-13 (3rd) 24-28 (4th) 33-15 (5th) 27-25 (8th) 33-18 (4th) 19-29 (10th) 33-23 (5th) 32-25 (4th) 28-30 (5th) 24-31 (7th) 26-32 (5th) 29-30 (5th) ** 25-25 (5th) 25-30 (8th) 34-23-1 (5th) ((

** Advanced to league's tournament title game

Overall College Coaching Record Gardner-Webb Coaching Record:

612-493-1 (.554) 256-250 (.506)


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2005 Draft Pick 3rd Round (91) • Cincinnati Reds Traded To Twins For Major League Kyle Lohse In 2006

blake LALLI

2006 Fifth-Year Senior Free Agent 2010 MLB Camp Invitee (Cubs)

Gardner-Webb Players In The Major League Draft (Since 1967) Year 2010 2008 2005 2004 2003 1985 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1972 1971 1969 1969 1969 1969 1967 1967 1967

Name Brandon Henderson * Adam Bullard Zach Ward Jeff Long Sam Bradford Neal Cargile Tim Huff Tim Huff Richard Fulton David Heffner Roger McSwain Larry Sisk Roger McSwain Larry Sisk Charles Lecroy Bobby Lail Roger McSwain Wayne Church Luis Flores Luis Flores

Organization Tampa Bay Rays Atlanta Braves Cincinnati Reds Atlanta Braves Seattle Mariners New York Yankees Pittsburgh Pirates Chicago Cubs Detroit Tigers Montreal Expos Chicago White Sox Texas Rangers Baltimore Orioles Chicago White Sox Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves Cincinnati Reds Atlanta Braves Cleveland Indians

Rnd. Overall 15 461 43 1,300 3 91 12 371 22 656 12 311 3 54 25 571 27 574 9 200 3 53 31 675 16 381 4 75 9 160 6 126 7 142 68 958 7 127 5 96

Diamond ‘Dogs In Professional (MLB) Baseball Under Stroupe (Since 2003) Year 2010 2008 2006 2005 2004 2004 2003

Name Brandon Henderson * Adam Bullard Blake Lalli Zach Ward Jeff Long Joey Siak Sam Bradford

Organization Tampa Bay Rays Atlanta Braves Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Atlanta Braves St. Louis Cardinals Seattle Mariners

Rnd. Overall 15 461 43 1,300 FA – 3 91 12 371 FA – 22 656

* Henderson signed at National Letter of Intent with Gardner-Webb in November, 2009


Assistant coach Kent Cox is in his sixth season with the GardnerWebb program, and has established himself as a major part of the Bulldogs' success. Cox will continue to work with the Bulldog hitters and infielders, in addition to serving as the program's recruiting coordinator. In 2011, Gardner-Webb was one of the nation's most potent offensive squads, ranking in the top-50 in scoring (26th), runs per game (29th), hits (33rd), batting average (37th), doubles (44th) and doubles per game (46th). Slugger Dusty Quattlebaum finished 13th nationally in doubles per game, nearly breaking the school's single-season record in that category en route to Academic All-America honors. Gardner-Webb batted .302 with 399 runs scored and 118 doubles in 2011, and advanced to the 2011 Big South Conference Tournament Championship Game. In 2010, GWU batted a solid .312 and averaged 7.0 runs per game with a very young group of hitters -belting 46 home runs on the year. In 2009, Gardner-Webb set new school records for season batting average (.327) and home runs (65), just one season after posting the most total bases (999) in GWU history. Three of Cox's hitters, Daniel Cooke, Justin Loyd and Brock Miller, each earned All-Big South Conference honors in 2009, with Loyd becoming the first Diamond 'Dog to bat .400 since the program's move to NCAA Division I. Prior to joining the GWU family, Cox spent the four seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at his alma mater, Campbell University, in Buies Creek, N.C. During that span, the Camels experienced a burst in their offensive output, with several players ranking among the best in the Atlantic Sun Conference. Under Cox's guidance in 2006, first baseman Mike Priest led the A-Sun in batting with a .402 average, runs scored (62), total bases (151) and slugging percentage (.674) - and was named Academic All-America for the second season in a row. Cox played for the Camels from 1993-1996, earning Academic AllAmerica honors himself in 1995. A three-team All-Conference choice on the diamond and a three-time Academic All-District selection, Cox finished as Campbell's all-time leader in hits (269) and seventh with a .348 career batting average. He ranks in the top-10 in Campbell history in runs (147), steals (32), doubles (39) and total bases (341). Cox is also the toughest player in Campbell history to strike out, fanning just once every 16.8 times at the plate. Cox is also a veteran broadcaster, having served Campbell as a television analyst for men's basketball games and as the play-by-play voice for Camels' athletics for two seasons. A native of Wilmington, N.C., Cox played prep baseball at Hoggard (N.C.) High and attended St. Andrews College before transferring and playing his four seasons on the diamond at Campbell. In addition to his most recent coaching experience at Campbell, Cox served as a volunteer coach with the Camels in 2001, after spending two years on the staff at NAIA Montreat (N.C.) College.

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Assistant coach Ray Greene is in his first season with the GardnerWebb University baseball program, and will be in charge of the Diamond Dogs' pitching staff. Greene joined the GWU program after spending five seasons as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Pfeiffer (N.C.) University. The Laurinburg, N.C., native has head coaching experience in the Coastal Plains League (Thomasville Hi Toms), the SCBL (Morganton Aggies). He started his coaching career at St. Andrew's Presbyterian (N.C.) College, serving as an assistant coach from 2002-2005. Greene also served a stint at Alfred State (N.Y.) University, before returning south to begin his work at Pfeiffer. As a player, Green pitched for three seasons at Campbell (N.C.) University, before wrapping up his career at St. Andrew's. He graduated from UNC-Pembroke in 2001. Volunteer assistant Aaron Miller is in his first season with the GardnerWebb program as a coach after an outstanding four-year career playing for the Runnin' Bulldogs. The Beaulaville, N.C., native graduated from Gardner-Webb in 2011 and is currently enrolled in graduate school. He will coach first base this season and will also work with the team's infielders. Miller batted .326 with six doubles, 30 RBI and a team-high 17 steals as a senior in 2011, helping the 'Dogs to a 34-23-1 record and a berth in the Royal Purple Big South Conference Tournament title game. It marked the third time in his career that Miller batted over .320 for a season. The shortstop batted .339 with 48 runs and 46 RBI as a junior, stole 11 bases and belted 15 doubles. As a sophomore, Miller batted .365 with five RBI in 29 games played, and posted a .440 on base percentage. Miller posted a .295 average in 37 games played as a freshman in 2008, helping Gardner-Webb to a berth in the 2008 Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament championship game. Miller starred at East Duplin (N.C.) High in both football and baseball before enrolling at Gardner-Webb.


ATHLETIC TRAINING An integral part of the entire Gardner-Webb University athletics program, the Athletic Training Program emphasizes the importance of wellness in the teams’ pursuit of success. Under the supervision of Kevin Jones, ATC, and the rest of the Athletic Training faculty and staff, athletic training students complete part of their clinical education with the University’s 20 varsity sports. Jones and his staff work toward the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The athletic training students at GWU are fortunate to have a faculty and staff of nine certified athletic trainers and a cooperative intercollegiate athletics staff to enhance their learning experience. The clinical education that is conducted while serving the student-athletes at Gardner-Webb University allows for comprehensive medical care in a learning environment. The athletic training educational program recently completed its full accreditation by CAATE, marking an exciting moment in the program’s history. Athletic training students are able to pursue a B.S. in Athletic Training through the Department of Physical Education and Sport Studies. Upon graduation, athletic training students must complete a three-part examination conducted by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association’s Board of Certification to become Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC). One of the most respected academic majors on campus, the Gardner-Webb Athletic Training educational program boasts a growing enrollment and provides students with first-class instruction and practical experience in their chosen field of study. Currently, Gardner-Webb graduates are working with NFL teams, colleges and universities, high schools and physical therapy clinics. After their academic careers at Gardner-Webb, many students also choose to seek graduate assistant positions at colleges and universities around the nation.

ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF DIRECTORY Kevin Jones, MA LAT ATC

Director of Athletic Training

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Jon T. Mitchell, MA LAT ATC

Service Program Director

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Heather Hartsell, MS LAT ATC

Educational Program Director

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Danielle Albert, MS LAT ATC

Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Kat Ayotte, MA LAT ATC

Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Bill Harvard, MA LAT ATC CSCS

Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Matthea Hungerford, MS LAT ATC Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Stephenie Stark, MS LAT ATC

Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Justin Walker, MS LAT ATC

Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Marcia Kennedy, LAT ATC

Graduate Asst. Athletic Trainer

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Junior righthander Conner Scarborough led Gardner-Webb with a 7-2 pitching ledger in 2011, including a combined shutout of Charleston Southern in the Royal Purple Big South Conference Tournament (pictured above).

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – The 2012 season has the potential to be an exciting one for Gardner-Webb University's baseball program. Head baseball coach Rusty Stroupe enters his 10th season at the helm of the Runnin' Bulldogs with a team many expect to make a push up the Big South standings after finishing fifth last regular season and advancing to the Royal Purple Big South Conference Championship Game. A strong core of eight position players who played in at least 40 games returns, including three of the teams' top-4 RBI men. Seven pitchers return who saw significant action on the mound in 2011 - including a deep collection of bullpen arms that made a combined 107 relief appearances. Add to that core a capable group of freshmen, both at the plate and on the mound, and hopes are high.

PITCHING STAFF Gardner-Webb's success in 2011 was buoyed by a tremendous bullpen, which helped the Runnin' Bulldogs forge an impressive 25-2-1 record when leading after the sixth inning. In fact, Gardner-Webb lost just once when leading after the eighth - with the returning tandem of Adam Izokovic and Jeff Howell combining for 13 saves and an eye-popping 56 appearances. Howell was one of the Big South's most durable, and versatile, relievers. The Kings Mountain, N.C., junior made 30 appearances - sec-

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ond-most in GWU history - and delivered a 4-1 record, 1.89 ERA, seven holds and a career-high seven saves. His team-high 52 strikeouts came in just 47.2 innings of work, and his control was evident with only 13 walks issued. Izokovic, a senior submariner, is just two saves away from GardnerWebb's career record - currently held by Daniel Planck and Kevin Wellmon. The 6-foot-5 righty has 14 saves in his three seasons to date, along with a 9-6 record on the mound. Izokovic made 26 appearances last season, tying his career-best with six saves. Junior righty Brandon Boling made 16 appearances for the 'Dogs last season, chewing up 41.1 innings - and is expected to be a valuable bullpen piece again in 2012. Boling, who made seven starts, is another versatile arm in the Bulldogs' arsenal. Matt Liedberg, another experienced righty, enjoyed a solid fall season and will be heavily relied upon as well after pitching just 8.1 innings last season. The GWU pen gained substantial depth through recruiting, with freshman Jimmy Moore (Miami, Fla. / Westminster Christian) making a notable impact during the fall. Moore, a 6-foot-5 righty with a fastball that reaches well into the upper 80s, was an All-Dade County selection as a senior last season while pitching for one of the Southeast's top prep programs. Lefthanders Will Canady (Cumming, Ga. / West Forsyth HS) and Mitch Warner (Chambersburg, Pa. / Chambersburg HS) each bring solid potential as relievers, as does southpaw Stephen Gilmore (Concord, N.C. / First Assembly Christian).


The front end of Gardner-Webb's starting rotation will be experienced in terms of innings pitched, with juniors Brock Wilson (Big Island, Va. / Liberty Christian Academy) and Conner Scarborough (High Point, N.C. / High Point Christian School) each working nearly 50 innings in 2011. Wilson, who has seen his velocity sit in the low 90s heading into 2012, went 4-1 in 21 appearances last season - with two starts. The talented righthander is poised for a very strong season, and is capable of a heavy workload. Scarborough established a new career-high with a 7-2 ledger in 2011, ranking third on the team with 10 starts - the most of any righthander on the staff. Scarborough ranked fourth on the team in innings pitched and worked a combined shutout to beat Charleston Southern in his final start of the season at league tournament. Perhaps the team's biggest surprise coming out of fall practice was sophomore Andrew Barnett (High Point, N.C. / High Point Christian School), a young righty who started to show signs of breaking out near the end of the 2011 season. Barnett has seen his velocity jump into the low 90s and his effectiveness on the mound has him squarely in the mix for a spot in the rotation after making 17 relief appearances last season. A pair of very talented freshmen will also make a push for rotation duty. Lefthander Beau Hilton (Jacksonville, Fla. / Bartram Trail HS) and righthander Matt Fraudin (Upper St. Clair, Pa. / Upper St. Clair HS) each entered their college careers with heavy expectations, and each responded by impressing the coaching staff during fall practice. Hilton, who tossed a pair of no-hitters as a senior in 2011, will be the team's top southpaw option as a starter. Fraudin, another hard-throwing youngster with a fastball capable of reaching into the low 90s, was rated as one of the nation's top-400 prospects in the Class of 2011.

HITTERS Gardner-Webb's offense will once again by powered by a veteran group, with redshirt senior Dusty Quattlebaum, senior Adam McFarland, redshirt junior John Harris and redshirt senior Zeke Blanton each batting over .300 last season - and combining to drive in 153 runs and score 232. Quattlebaum (Boiling Springs, N.C. / Crest HS) earned first-team CoSIDA Academic All-America honors a season ago, batting .320 with a team-high 25 doubles, six home runs and 49 RBI. He was twice named Big South Conference Player of the Week and was the NCBWA National Hitter of the Week once. McFarland (Boiling Springs, N.C. / Crest HS) also had a breakout season, batting .321 with 15 doubles, five home runs and 49 RBI. His defense in right field was also valuable, with seven outfield assists and steady fielding all season. Harris (Kennesaw, Ga. / Kennesaw Mountain HS) was a mainstay behind the plate in 2011, batting a career-high .314 with 33 RBI and 13 doubles - and will man that position again this season, while also continuing to see spot duty at first base and as a designated hitter. Blanton (Forest City, N.C. / East Rutherford HS) started 42 games as the team's designated hitter last season, and responded with a career-high .304 batting average, 28 runs scored and 23 RBI - and batted a robust .517 when leading off an inning. His efforts in the Big South Tournament included a 4-of-5 effort in the win over Radford and eight hits in five games played. The rest of Gardner-Webb's veteran core of hitters includes centerfielder Benji Jackson (Huntersville, N.C. / Home School), third baseman

Brad Collins (Weddington, N.C. / Weddington HS), outfielder Danny Yelverton (Weddington, N.C. / Weddington HS), infielder/outfielder Scott Coleman (Wilmington, N.C. / Hoggard HS), catcher Chris Rubessa (Cumming, Ga. / West Forsyth HS) and infielder Ryan Allen (Oxford, N.C. / Webb HS). Jackson enjoyed a strong season as a sophomore, batting .280 with 40 runs scored, eight doubles, three home runs and 21 RBI - batting mostly in the leadoff spot. The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder has packed on 20 pounds of muscle since last season and has shown impressive power at times during his career to date. Collins and Coleman split time at third base last season, but both will be in the lineup full time in 2012 - with Coleman logging time in the outfield and Collins manning the hot corner. Coleman, a four-time AllState choice in high school, was one of the team's hottest hitters to start the 2011 season and is healthy heading into 2012. Yelverton is potentially the team's top defensive outfielder and brings tremendous speed to the batting order. He batted .293 in 42 games last season, and has impressed the coaching staff with his bat during early spring practice. Allen is a solid option at second base, and has likely worked himself into the starting lineup at that position to start the 2012 season. Rubessa will continue in his role as the team's top reserve behind the plate after making 14 starts there as a freshman. Redshirt freshman Adam Tiller (Virginia Beach, Va. / Greenbrier Christian School) will provide quality depth in the outfield after sitting out last season and moving from behind the plate. Tiller starred at national high school power Greenbrier Christian School before joining the Gardner-Webb program, and is a capable hitter. Speed merchant Alex Newman (Mocksville, N.C. / Davie County HS) will also push for time in the outfield after a standout career in both football and baseball on the high school level. The middle infield will be young after the graduation of two senior starters, with Allen joined by freshmen Scott Johnson (Wilmington, N.C. / Hoggard HS), Ryan Hodge (Charlotte, N.C. / Butler HS) and Henry Rundio (Dallas, N.C. / North Gaston HS). Johnson, Hodge and Rundio are each capable of playing both second base and shortstop, with Hodge the only lefthanded batter in the group. Freshman catcher/first baseman Brantley Smith (Indian Trail, N.C. / Grace Academy) has impressive power potential at the plate, having belted 33 home runs in his final two prep seasons. Smith will be one of the team's top reserves behind the plate and a viable option as a pinch hitter early in 2012.

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2012 ROSTER No.

Name

Pos.

B/T

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

Hometown (Last School)

1

Brandon Boling

RHP

R/R

6-4

205

Jr.

Lexington, Ky. (Bryan Station HS)

2

Alex Newman

OF

R/R

5-11

155

Fr.

Mocksville, N.C. (Davie County HS)

3

Stephen Gilmore

LHP

L/L

6-4

170

Fr.

Concord, N.C. (First Assembly Christian School)

5

Matt Liedberg

RHP

R/R

6-2

195

Jr.

Marietta, Ga. (Pope HS)

6

Ryan Hodge

IF

L/R

6-1

160

Fr.

Matthews, N.C. (Butler HS)

8

Ryan Allen

2B/SS

R/R

5-8

150

So.

Oxford, N.C. (Oxford-Webb HS)

9

Henry Rundio

2B/SS

R/R

6-0

160

Fr.

Dallas, N.C. (North Gaston HS)

10

Andrew Barnett

RHP

R/R

6-0

180

So.

High Point, N.C. (High Point Christian School)

11

Zeke Blanton

OF

R/R

6-1

235

RSr.

Forest City, N.C. (North Carolina)

12

Adam Tiller

OF

R/R

6-1

185

RFr.

Virginia Beach, Va. (Greenbrier Christian School)

14

Conner Scarborough

RHP

R/R

6-0

190

Jr.

15

Dusty Quattlebaum

IF

L/R

6-2

210

RSr.

16

Benji Jackson

OF

L/R

6-4

210

Jr.

Huntersville, N.C. (Home School)

17

Erik Heiligenstadt

LHP

R/L

6-3

185

So.

Forest, Va. (Jefferson Forest HS)

18

Scott Coleman

3B/OF

R/R

6-0

200

So.

Wilmington, N.C. (Hoggard HS)

19

Brock Wilson

RHP

L/R

6-6

200

Jr.

20

Justin Gullickson

IF

R/R

6-1

185

RSo.

21

Adam McFarland

OF

L/R

6-1

185

Sr.

Boiling Springs, N.C. (Crest HS)

23

Jeff Howell

RHP

R/R

6-1

190

Jr.

Kings Mountain, N.C. (Kings Mountain HS)

24

Danny Yelverton

OF

R/R

6-0

195

Jr.

Matthews, N.C. (Weddington HS)

25

Chris Rubessa

C

R/R

6-0

190

So.

Cumming, Ga. (West Forsyth HS)

29

Scott Johnson

IF

R/R

6-0

180

Fr.

Wilmington, N.C. (Hoggard HS)

30

Beau Hilton

LHP

L/L

6-3

210

Fr.

Jacksonville, Fla. (Bartram TrailHS )

31

Will Canady

OF/1B

L/L

6-0

200

Fr.

Cumming, Ga. (West Forsyth HS)

32

Mitch Warner

LHP

L/L

5-11

175

Fr.

Chambersburg, Pa. (Chambersburg HS)

33

Brad Collins

IF

R/R

6-3

205

Jr.

Weddington, N.C. (Weddington HS)

34

Jimmy Moore

RHP

R/R

6-5

195

Fr.

Miami, Fla. (Westminster Christian School)

36

Brantley Smith

C/1B

R/R

6-3

200

Fr.

Indian Trail, N.C. (Grace Academy)

37

Adam Izokovic

RHP

R/R

6-5

180

Sr.

Lawndale, N.C. (Burns HS)

40

Matt Fraudin

RHP

R/R

6-5

205

Fr.

Upper St. Clair, Pa. (Upper St. Clair HS)

42

John Harris

C/1B

L/R

6-0

210

RJr.

Kennesaw, Ga. (Kennesaw Mountain HS)

High Point, N.C. (High Point Christian School)

Head Coach: Rusty Stroupe. Assistant Coaches; Kent Cox (hitters), Ray Greene (pitchers), Aaron Miller (infielders).

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Boiling Springs, N.C. (NC State)

Big Island, Va. (Liberty Christian Academy) Spartanburg, S.C. (Spartanburg HS)


#1 BRANDON BOLING 6-4 • 205 • R/R • RHP • Junior-1L Lexington, Ky. Bryan Station HS 2012 Notes: One of the team's more versatile arms ... Capable of an increased workload in 2012, either as a starter or out of the pen ... Very talented righty who gained valuable experience in his first two seasons with the Runnin' Bulldogs. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made 16 appearances and seven starts on the mound ... Posted a 1-2 record with a 7.84 ERA in 41.1 innings of work ... Fanned 22 batters ... Held opponents to a .260 batting average ... Had a 1-1 record with a 3.68 ERA in his first five appearances of the season ... Had a season-high 6.0 innings pitched vs. Dayton (2/25) ... Hurled at least 5.0 innings in three of his seven starts ... Worked 5.1 innings and fanned four with only two hits allowed in a 3-2 win vs. St. John's (3/11) ... Had four scoreless relief appearances, including a Big South Tournament appearance vs. High Point (3/24) ... Allowed only three home runs all season, with all three coming away from John Henry Moss Stadium. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Made 18 appearances and two starts as a true freshman ... Forged a 2-1 record and a 6.68 ERA in 33.2 innings of work ... Allowed just two home runs all season ... Made starts against Western Carolina (2/21) and Wofford (4/28) ... Hurled 1.1 innings of relief for a win vs. North Carolina A&T (3/30) ... Also picked up a relief win at Wofford (2/21) ... Fanned a season-high three batters in 2.0 scoreless innings vs. St. Peter's (3/6). High School: Played at Bryan Station (Ky.) High under Coach ... A two-time All-City selection by the Lexington Herald-Leader ... Also starred for Team Kentucky during the summer wooden bat tournament circuit ... Named Region 11 Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... A first-team All-City selection in 2009 ... Rated one of the top-50 players in Kentucky as a senior ... He forged a 6-3 record and 2.04 ERA as a junior ... Chose Gardner-Webb over Marshall and Louisville ... Also drew interest from Winthrop, Stanford, Virginia, LSU, Kentucky, Iowa, Boston College and Indiana, among others.

#2 ALEX NEWMAN 5-11 • 155 • R/R • OF • Freshman-HS Mocksville, N.C. Davie County HS 2012 Notes: One of the team's fastest players ... Runs the 60-yard dash in 6.6 seconds ... Will compete for early time in centerfield. High School: Played at Davie County (N.C.) High under Coach Mike Herndon ... Starred in both football and baseball ... Batted .401 with 27 runs and 24 RBI as a senior ... A three-time All-Conference selection on the diamond ... Earned All-Northwest North Carolina honors in football from the Winston-Salem Journal as a senior safety ... Rated by Perfect Game as one of the nation's top 1,000 prospects in the Class of 2011 ... Batted .333 with 14 RBI and 14 stolen bases in 25 games as a junior.

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#3 STEPHEN GILMORE 6-4 • 170 • L/L • LHP • Freshman-1L Concord, N.C. / Faith Assembly Christian School 2012 Notes: Effective southpaw who dropped down to a submarine delivery heading into the 2012 season ... Could be a strong option out of the bullpen, particularly against lefthanded hitters. High School: Played at First Assembly Christian (N.C.) School under Coach Tim Kirk ... A two-time All-State selection on the mound ... A three-time All-Conference selection ... Batted .365 with six doubles and three triples as a senior ... Went 5-3 with a 1.72 ERA and 106 strikeouts in 60 innings of work as a senior ... Fanned 100 batters in just 60 innings of work as a junior ... An All-Area selection as a junior.

#5 MATT LIEDBERG 6-2 • 195 • R/R • RHP • Junior-1L Marietta, Ga. Pope HS 2012 Notes: Valuable member of the Gardner-Webb bullpen ... Will likely see increased action as a junior. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made six appearances out of the bullpen ... Was 0-0 with a 6.48 ERA in 8.1 innings of work ... The Runnin' Bulldogs were 4-2 in those six appearances ... Worked a season-high 3.0 innings in a win vs. Butler (2/26). 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Made eight appearances with one start ... Missed last half of the season with an injury ... Hurled 11.2 innings and forged an 0-1 record and 9.26 ERA ... Fanned seven batters on the season ... Had three appearances of at least 2.0 innings, including a season-high 3.2 innings vs. Coastal Carolina (4/17) ... Had a seasonhigh three strikeouts in that game.

High School: Played at Peach State power Pope (Ga.) High ... Pitching coach was former Gardner-Webb hurler Brandon Martin ... Helped team to the 2009 Georgia Class 5A State Championship ... Recorded a 1.24 ERA, five saves and 25 strikeouts while working primarily as the Greyhounds' closer as a senior ... Named 2008 East Cobb Baseball Summer MVP ... Posted five wins and two saves with a 2.12 ERA and 47 strikeouts in just 38.0 innings of work that summer for the East Cobb Patriots.

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#6 RYAN HODGE 6-1 • 160 • L/R • INF • Freshman-HS Matthews, N.C. Butler HS 2012 Notes: Exceptional defensive infielder who will compete for immediate playing time at second base and shortstop as a true freshman ... Has worked hard at the plate and has impressed coaching staff with adjustments and improvement since arriving on campus. High School: Played at Butler (N.C.) High under Coach Kim Cousar ... Outstanding defensive infielder ... Batted .271 with 16 runs scored and 10 RBI as a senior ... Stole seven bases and added four doubles and a triple ... Named the team's Most Outstanding Defensive Player as a senior ... Team Most Outstanding Offensive Player as a junior ... Played American Legion baseball under former Gardner-Webb outfielder Daniel Cooke.

#8 RYAN ALLEN 5-8 • 150 • R/R • 2B/SS • Sophomore-1L Oxford, N.C. Oxford-Webb HS 2012 Notes: Young middle infield who will compete for a starting spot at second base early in 2012 ... Has good speed and is a solid defensive player. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 17 games and made one start at second base as a true freshman ... Batted .077 with two walks, three runs scored and a stolen base ... Collected lone hit of the season in a 1-for-2 effort at Coastal Carolina (4/17) ... Also scored a run in that game ... Swiped a base as a pinch runner in the season opener vs. Towson (2/19) ... Handled 10 chances at second base without an error. High School: Speedy infielder/outfielder who played at Oxford Webb (N.C.) High ... Was rated the No. 41 senior prospect in North Carolina by Impact Baseball for the class of 2011 ... Very productive player as a senior ... Batted .407 with 33 stolen bases, 31 RBI, eight doubles and a pair of home runs as a junior.

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#9 HENRY RUNDIO IV 6-0 • 160 • R/R • INF • Freshman-HS Dallas, N.C. North Gaston HS 2012 Notes: Second generation Runnin' Bulldog ... Father, Henry Rundio III, played at Gardner-Webb ... Athletic infielder who could find early playing time at either third base, shortstop or second base ... One of the area's top prep players over the past three seasons. High School: Played at North Gaston (N.C.) High under Coach Jesse Martin ... A four-time All-Conference selection ... Batted .420 with four home runs, 12 doubles and 25 RBI as a senior ... Earned first-team All-Conference honors and first-team All-Gazette honors from the Gaston Gazette ... Went 6-4 with 89 strikeouts in 68.2 innings on the mound in 2011 ... Named Gaston Gazette Player of the Year in 2010, as well as Conference Player of the Year ... batted .306 with two home runs and 19 RBI ... Went 9-3 on the mound with 78 strikeouts in 60 innings of work ... Rated one of Impact Baseball's top-100 prospects in North Carolina ... Played in Impact Baseball's Future Games ... A preseason All-Region selection by Perfect Game.

#10 ANDREW BARNETT 6-0 • 180 • R/R • RHP • Sophomore-1L High Point, N.C. High Point Christian School 2012 Notes: One of the team's most pleasant surprises during fall practice ... Fastball velocity has improved, bumping into the low 90s ... Showed flashes of potential late in 2011 ... Will be in the mix for a spot in the weekend rotation. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made 17 relief appearances as a true freshman ... Had 10 scoreless outings, including two in the Big South Tournament ... Was 1-0 with a 6.00 ERA in 24.0 innings pitched ... Fanned 18 batters ... Was more effective as control improved late in the season ... Worked 4.0 scoreless innings of relief vs. Liberty (5/25) in the Big South Tournament ... Fanned three batters in 1.0 inning of scoreless relief vs. High Point (5/24) in the Big South Tournament ... Had four-straight scoreless appearances from April 6 through April 15. High School: Played at High Point Christian (N.C.) Academy ... A two-time NCISAA All-State selection ... Played shortstop and pitched ... Went 7-3 with 67 strikeouts and a 1.81 ERA in 50.0 innings on the mound in 2010 ... Also batted .436 with 10 home runs, 34 runs, nine doubles and 33 RBI ... Named Conference Player of the Year ... A second-team All-Area selection by the Greensboro News & Record in 2010 ... Earned NCISAA All-State honors and helped team to a 29-3 record and state title as a junior in 2009 ... Teammate of current GWU pitcher Conner Scarborough ... An honorable mention All-Area choice as a junior.

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#11 ZEKE BLANTON 6-1 • 235 • RS Senior-2L Forest City, N.C. East Rutherford HS / U. of North Carolina 2012 Notes: One of the team's most improved hitters last season ... Could find himself in the leadoff spot to start the 2012 season ... Power numbers should improve from last season ... Enjoyed a very strong fall season ... One of the team's strongest players in the weight room ... Blessed with very good speed. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 46 games and made 42 starts as the team's primary designated hitter ... Batted a career-high .304 with 45 hits, 28 runs scored and 23 RBI ... Drew 24 walks, which ranked fourth on the team ... Stole four bases ... Belted five doubles and one triple ... Forged a solid .408 on base percentage and a .351 slugging percentage ... Was red-hot in Gardner-Webb's run to the 2011 Big South Tournament Championship Game, batting .400 (8-for-20) with five runs scored and three RBI in five tournament starts ... Batted a strong .323 in Big South Conference regular season play ... Batted a team-high .517 when leading off an inning ... Went 4-for-5 with three runs scored and a two-run double in the Big South Tournament win over Radford (5/26) ... Had a pair of three-hit games during the regular season ... Had 11 multi-hit games. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 39 games and made 25 starts, mostly as the team's designated hitter ... Batted .220 with 13 hits, 18 runs scored, two doubles and an RBI ... Was excellent on the base paths, stealing 10 bases in 10 attempts ... Ranked third on the team in stolen bases ... Handled seven chances in the outfield with one assist and no errors ... Was 2-for-5 with a double in the season opener at Western Carolina (2/19) ... Was 3-for-7 (.428 BA) as a pinch hitter ... Ranked ninth on the team in runs scored. 2009 at Gardner-Webb: Redshirted. 2008 at North Carolina: Saw action in 19 games and made three starts for nationally-ranked Tar Heels as a true freshman ... Batted .200 with hits against Old Dominion, Kent State, Maryland and William & Mary ... Had an RBI double vs. Old Dominion. High School: Played at state power East Rutherford (N.C.) High under Coach Bobby Reynolds ... An honorable mention Louisville Slugger prep All-America selection by Collegiate Baseball News ... Rated the nation’s No. 223 senior prospect and the No. 8 senior prospect in North Carolina by Baseball America ... Class 2A All-State selection in 2005 and 2007 ... An All-Observer selection by the Charlotte Observer ... Led East Rutherford to the 2007 Class 2A State Championship and a 30-2 record ... MVP of the state championship series with a .500 batting average ... Batted .750 in the state playoffs overall, including 17 hits in first 19 at bats ... Team finished ranked No. 11 nationally by USAToday, No. 12 nationally by Sports Illustrated and No. 15 nationally by Baseball America ... Established single-season school records in batting (.543), hits (63), doubles (19) and runs (59) ... Added 10 home runs, 45 RBI, two triples and 14 stolen bases ... Tied state record with 59 runs scored ... 63 hits and 19 doubles are second most in state history for a single season ... Had 116 total bases and slugged 1.000 on the season ... Four-year starter ... Finished as the career leader in hits at East Rutherford ... Also helped Cavaliers to a state title in 2004 ... Graduated fifth in his class with a 4.37 grade point average.

#12 ADAM TILLER

6-1 • 185 • R/R • OF/C • RS Freshman Virginia Beach, Va. Greenbrier Christian Academy 2012 Notes: Talented young hitter who will compete for playing time in the outfield as a redshirt freshman ... Played in one of the nation's most celebrated high school programs and is accustomed to winning games ... Will be a valuable offensive addition to the squad this season. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Redshirted. High School: Played at national power Greenbrier Christian (Va.) Academy ... Named VISAA Division 2 State Player of the Year ... A first-team All-State selection ... Named first-team All-Tidewater by The Virginian-Pilot newspaper ... Led team to a 27-5 record as a senior ... Batted .456 with 40 runs scored, 40 RBI, 14 doubles, five home runs and 47 hits ... Posted a .556 on base percentage and slugged .738 for the season ... Stole eight bases ... Helped Gators to a 29-2 record their third VISAA state championship in a row as a junior ... Team was ranked No. 20 nationally by Baseball America ... Very athletic catching prospect who also plays in the outfield ... Runs the 60-yard dash in 6.8 seconds ... Has a POP time of 1.9 seconds ... Selected to participate in the prestigious 2009 Under Armour All-America Tournament ... Preseason 2009 Under Armour All-America selection ... Batted .419 with 23 runs, three triples, five doubles and three home runs in 23 games played as a junior ... Posted a .493 on base percentage and slugged .742 for the season ... A perfect 9-for-9 on the base paths ... Named 2008 VISAA Academic first-team All-State for his work in the classroom ... Greenbrier Christian has won 11 state championships and has produced a pair of No. 1 picks in the MLB Draft, B.J. Upton and Justin Upton.

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#14 CONNER SCARBOROUGH

6-0 • 190 • R/R • RHP • Junior-2L High Point, N.C. High Point Christian School 2012 Notes: Mound veteran who will continue in his role as part of the weekend rotation ... Emerged as a dependable arm as a true sophomore (59.2 innings) and will be asked to help lead the pitching staff in 2012 as part of a deep group of juniors. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made 16 appearances and 10 starts, ranking third on the pitching staff in games started ... Led the team with a 7-2 pitching ledger ... Forged a 6.34 ERA and struck out 32 in 59.2 innings of work ... Ranked fourth on the team in innings pitched ... Pitched 6.0 scoreless innings vs. Charleston Southern in the 2011 Big South Conference Tournament for his seventh win of the season ... Was 3-1 with a team-low three walks in league play ... Made five starts and worked 28.0 innings against Big South competition ... Started the season with a 5-0 record ... Hurled consecutive 6.0 inning games to pick up wins vs. Towson (2/19) and Butler (2/26) ... Fanned seven and walked only two vs. Butler ... Had five strikeouts and no walks in 6.0 innings of work in a win over Presbyterian (4/23) ... Also worked 6.0 innings in a win vs. High Point (3/25) ... Had at least 5.0 innings pitched in seven different games, posting all seven of his wins (7-0) in those appearances. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Made 16 appearances and led the team with 12 starts on the mound as a true freshman ... Drew some of the team's toughest mid-week assignments against nationally-ranked foes ... Went 1-6 with a 9.00 ERA in 56.0 innings pitched ... Fanned 31 batters and walked 25 ... Picked up first career win with 7.0 scoreless innings of work and seven strikeouts (no walks) at North Carolina A&T (4/14) ... Went 5.0 innings with just one earned run allowed in a no decision at USC Upstate (3/24) ... Hurled 4.1 innings at North Carolina (3/4), 4.0 innings at Clemson (3/11) and 5.0 innings at East Carolina (3/16) in consecutive starts. High School: Played at High Point Christian Academy under Coach Corey Gesell ... A two-time All-State selection and NCSAA Baseball All-American ... A four-time All-Conference choice ... Led team to the 2009 NCISSA Class 2A State Championship ... Posted an 11-1 record with a 1.00 ERA in 70.0 innings of work ... Struck out 118 batters and allowed just 36 hits on the year ... Only loss of the season came in a 2-1 decision at Class 4A Conway (S.C.) High ... Struck out 15 batters in that game ... Also played shortstop, batting .367 with 11 doubles a triple and three home runs ... Finished with a 21-3 pitching ledger over his last two seasons with 219 strikeouts in 134.0 innings of work ... Rated one of the state's top-50 prospects in the Class of 2009 by Impact Baseball ... Went 10-2 with a 2.25 ERA and 101 strikeouts in 64.0 innings of work as a junior.

#15 DUSTY QUATTLEBAUM 6-2 • 210 • L/L • 1B/C • RS Senior-1L Boiling Springs, N.C. Crest HS / NC State 2012 Notes: A preseason All-Big South Conference selection by College Sports Madness ... Rated by the league's head coaches as the Big South's most underrated hitter according to College Baseball Insider ... Will contend again for Academic All-America honors ... Carries a 4.0 grade point average ... One of the league's top sluggers ... Has shown a penchant for delivering big hits in the clutch, with 29 of his 49 RBI last season coming with two outs. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Named 2011 Big South Conference Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Became the first baseball player in school history to earn Capital One/CoSIDA first-team Academic All-America honors ... One of the top sluggers in the league all season ... Twice named Big South Conference Player of the Week ... Named National Hitter of the Week on March 14 ... Made 54 starts and played in 57 games ... Batted .320 with a league-best 25 doubles ... Added six doubles and 49 RBI ... Scored 37 runs ... Led team with a .516 slugging percentage ... Posted a .353 on base percentage ... Batted .378 with two outs and .347 with runners in scoring position ... Led team with 29 two-out RBI ... Had seven games with at least three hits and 17 multi-hit games ... Went 5-for-6 with three doubles and three RBI vs. St. John's (3/12) ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, home run and two RBI off of projected 2012 first-rounder Kyle Hanson and St. John's in that series opener (3/11) ... Went 2-for-5 with four RBI and the game-winning double in two different games in the Radford series ... Was 4-for-6 with three RBI in that series opener ... Went 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI in the Big South Conference Tournament opener vs. High Point ... Had 16 multi-RBI games on the season ... Had at least one double in 23 different games. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Redshirted. 2009 at NC State: Played in 15 games for the Wolfpack ... Made five starts ... Batted .154 (4-for-26), one home run and three RBI ... Went 1-for-2 with a solo home run vs. ACC rival Wake Forest. 2008 at NC State: Battled through injuries to play in five games for the Wolfpack. High School: Played at nearby Crest (N.C.) High under Coach Steven Hodge and for Shelby Post 82 under Mike Grayson ... An All-State selection for the Chargers in 2007 after batting a sizzling .557 with 33 runs scored, 12 home runs and 33 RBI in just 25 games ... Earned Big South 3A/4A Conference Player of the Year honors in 2007 after posting a 1.186 slugging percentage and a .690 on base percentage ... Batted .453 with eight home runs as a junior in 2006 ... Chose NC State originally after considering offers from South Carolina, North Carolina and Clemson.

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#16 BENJI JACKSON

6-4 • 210 • L/R • OF • Junior-2L Huntersville, N.C. Home School 2012 Notes: Veteran leadoff hitter and centerfielder who will be asked to step up production as a junior ... Impressed scouts during fall drills and has the tools to be an All-Big South Conference performer ... Strong runner with surprising power at the plate. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made 42 starts and played in 50 games as a true sophomore ... Batted .280 with 40 runs scored and 21 RBI ... Had a solid .391 on base percentage, batting mainly in the leadoff spot for the Runnin' Bulldogs ... Had eight doubles, one triple and three home runs ... Stole five bases without being caught on the base paths ... Grounded into just three double plays in 161 at bats ... Batted .313 with 25 hits in just 23 games in Big South regular season action ... Had 12 multi-hit games ... Went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Big South Tournament win over High Point (5/24) ... Went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI vs. Holy Cross (3/8) ... Was 1-for-2 with a three-run home run vs. Butler (2/26) ... Ranked third on the team with 27 walks ... Batted .444 when leading off an inning, which was the team's top mark for players with at least 50 opportunities. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Saw action in 39 games and made 25 starts as a true freshman ... Batted .313 with 30 hits, 21 runs scored, six doubles, two home runs and 13 RBI ... Ranked seventh on the team with 11 walks drawn ... Stole three bases in four attempts ... Collected at least two hits in nine different games ... Was 1-for-3 with a towering, two-run home run at Charleston Southern (4/24) ... Belted a three-run home run vs. North Carolina A&T (3/30) ... Went 3-for-4 with two doubles at High Point (5/9) ... Went 3-for-4 with an RBI double vs. Coastal Carolina (4/17) ... Made just one error in 81 chances in centerfield. High School: Was home schooled and also played for Huntersville Post 321 In American Legion action in 2009 ... Batted a combined .440 with 18 home runs, 12 doubles, seven triples and 25 steals in 52 games between home school team and American Legion in 2009.

#17 ERIK HEILIGENSTADT 6-3 • 185 • L/L • LHP • Sophomore-1L Forest, Va. Jefferson Forest HS 2012 Notes: Will redshirt this season after undergoing surgery during the fall ... Very polished southpaw who will be counted on to lead the rotation upon his return in 2013. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made 18 appearances and led team with 15 starts on the mound as a true freshman ... Went 3-7 with a 6.52 ERA, regularly working against a tough slate of teams in mid-week action ... Made back-to-back starts against national powers North Carolina (5/3) and Clemson (5/7) in the same week ... Hurled 2.0 no-hit innings vs. the Tar Heels ... Pitched a career-high 8.0 innings and fanned seven batters with no walks and three runs allowed to beat Furman (4/19) ... Allowed just one run in 5.0 innings of road work in a win at Furman (4/27) ... Had at least 5.0 innings pitched in six starts. High School: Played at Jefferson Forest (Va.) High ... Runner up for Virginia State Player of the Year honors in Class 2A ... Named All-Timesland Player of the Year by the Roanoke Times and was named Co-Player of the Year for Region 3-2A ... Earned first-team Class 2A All-State honors ... Went 11-0 with a 1.03 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 68.0 innings of work ... Walked just seven batters all season ... Threw a no-hitter on April 16, which followed a perfect game on April 9 ... Posted a 23-1 career record, 1.34 ERA and 252 strikeouts in 162.0 innings pitched on the high school level.

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#18 SCOTT COLEMAN 6-0 • 200 • R/R • INF/OF • Sophomore-1L Wilmington, N.C. Hoggard HS 2012 Notes: Young slugger who will likely begin the season in the outfield and in the middle of the batting order ... Talented offensive player who should see his power numbers improve in 2012 ... One of the Tar Heel state's best high school hitters during his time at Hoggard (N.C.) High. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: One of the team's top freshmen at the plate ... Started 41 games and played in 51 games ... Batted .259 with 29 runs scored and 42 hits ... Added 10 doubles, one triple and 29 RBI ... Batted .429 in the month of February ... Had 16 multi-hit games ... Went 3-for-5 with two RBI in a tie game at Western Carolina (3/23) ... Went 2-for-6 with a season-best three RBI vs. St. John's (3/12) ... Batted a strong .408 against southpaw pitchers ... Batted .441 when leading off an inning. High School: Played at Hoggard (N.C.) High ... A three-time All-State selection ... A three-time, first-team All-Area selection by the Wilmington Star News ... Collected 123 career hits in just 76 games played ... Had a .518 career batting average to go with 18 home runs and 94 RBI during his time at Hoggard ... Struck out just five times in 151 career at bats ... Batted .521 with 38 hits, eight doubles, four home runs and 29 RBI as a senior, leading the Vikings to a 21-3 record and No. 4 state ranking in Class 4A ... Struck out only twice in 73 at bats in 2010 ... Earned first-team All-State honors as a junior, batting .564 with eight doubles, nine home runs and 32 RBI ... Slugged an eye-popping 1.013 and posted a .635 on base percentage that season ... Named Area Player of the Year as a sophomore by the Star News after batting .477 with 41 hits, six home runs and 33 RBI.

#19 BROCK WILSON 6-6 • 200 • L/R • RHP • Junior-2L Big Island, Va. Liberty Christian Academy 2012 Notes: Hard-throwing righty with the potential to enjoy a breakout season on the mound ... Capable of working in the starting rotation or out of the pen ... Fastball was in the low 90s during fall practice ... One of the team's more experienced arms. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Ranked fourth on the team with 21 appearances, including two starts ... Went 4-1 with a 6.85 ERA in 46.0 innings pitched ... Fanned 36 batters and walked 19 ... Was 2-0 with 21 strikeouts in just 24.0 innings in Big South Conference regular season action ... Picked up relief wins over Holy Cross (3/10), UNC Asheville (3/19), USC Upstate (4/6) and Presbyterian (4/22) ... Final 19 appearances of the season came from the bullpen ... Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings of relief with seven strikeouts vs. Charleston Southern (4/9) ... Had nine relief appearances with at least 2.0 innings of work ... Had six games with at least three strikeouts ... Allowed just one home run in his final 17 appearances of the season, and did not allow a home run in John Henry Moss Stadium. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Finished second on the team with 22 appearances ... Made three starts ... Posted a 4-4 record with a 5.51 ERA and one save in 50.2 innings of work ... Struck out 31 batters ... Hurled 3.2 innings of scoreless relief for his first career win vs. Marist (2/28) ... Had 1.1 innings of relief with two strikeouts in a win over Furman (3/9) ... Picked up third win of the season with 2.1 innings of relief against Valpo (3/13) ... Hurled 4.0 innings out of the bullpen and allowed just one run in a win over Winthrop (4/2) ... Fanned a career-high four batters in just 1.0 inning of scoreless relief vs. North Carolina A&T (4/14) ... Picked up a save with 0.2 innings of scoreless relief at UNC Asheville (5/22) in the regular season finale. High School: Pitched at Liberty Christian (Va.) Academy in Lynchburg ... A two-time, first-team All-Conference selection ... Earned preseason Under Armour All-America honors ... Went 5-5 with a 2.28 ERA ... Batted .400 when playing first base ... Earned first-team All-State honors ... Forged a 5-2 record and 0.68 ERA with 62 strikeouts in 42.0 innings of work as a junior for LCA ... Was named team MVP, first-team All-Area and first-team All-State.

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#20 JUSTIN GULLICKSON 6-1 • 185 • R/R • RHP/INF/C • RS Sophomore-1L Spartanburg, S.C. Spartanburg HS 2012 Notes: Converted catcher who will see action on the mound ... Was very effective during fall practice, running his fastball into the upper 80s ... One of the team's most pleasant surprises of the fall. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made three appearances as a pinch hitter and in the outfield ... Recorded two at bats on the season. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Redshirted. High School: Played at Spartanburg (S.C.) High ... Rated the Palmetto State's No. 4 third base prospect in the Class of 2010 by TheDiamondProspects.com ... Batted a strong .420 during the summer season following senior year.

#21 ADAM McFARLAND 6-1 • 185 • L/R • OF • Senior-3L Boiling Springs, N.C. Crest HS 2012 Notes: Preseason All-Big South Conference choice by College Sports Madness ... Expected to settle into his regular spot in right field and near the middle of the batting order again in 2012 ... Veteran hitter who has ranked among the team's best in power numbers over the past two seasons ... A second-generation Gardner-Webb player, joining his older brother O.J. and father, Ozzie. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 52 games and made 46 starts ... Finished third on the team with a .321 batting average ... Registered 62 hits, 32 runs scored and 48 RBI ... Ranked second on the team with 15 doubles and five home runs ... Also ranked second on the squad with a .487 slugging percentage ... Stole four bases in five attempts ... Batted .348 with runners in scoring position ... Had 18 multi-hit games ... Had 14 multi-RBI games ... Had a 13-game hitting streak on the season, which was the season's second-longest for the Runnin' Bulldogs ... Named Big South Conference Player of the Week on February 21 ... Drove in nine runs in three games to help Gardner-Webb to a pair of wins at The Citadel Tournament ... Went 3-for-5 with two doubles and five RBI in a win over Towson (2/19) ... Went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and four RBI at VMI (4/3) ... Went 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI vs. Presbyterian (4/23) ... Had a double, a triple and three RBI at Radford (5/1) ... Had seven hits in the Big South Conference Tournament, including a 3-for-4 effort with an RBI vs. Radford (5/26). 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Had a solid season, starting 38 games and seeing action in 50 as a true sophomore ... Batted .311 with 52 hits, 28 runs scored, seven doubles and a career-best four home runs ... Drove in 27 runs ... Saw action mainly in right field, and collected five outfield assists on the season, which led the team ... Was 6-of-7 stealing bases ... Had 14 games with at least two hits ... Went 3-for-4 with three RBI at Presbyterian (3/26) ... Was 3-for-5 with an RBI vs. VMI (4/11) ... Had three hits and scored two runs at Wofford (4/21) ... Followed a week later by going 3-for-5 with an RBI double vs. Wofford in Forest City, N.C. (4/28) ... Went 3-for-5 with an RBI at High Point (5/9) ... Collected three hits (3-for-5) and drove in two runs at Furman (5/19) ... Hit home runs at USC Upstate (3/3), vs. Valpo (3/12 and 3/13) and at UNC Asheville (5/22) ... Struck out just 27 times in 167 at bats on the season, which was one of the team's best marks. 2009 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 14 games and had two starts in the outfield and as designated hitter ... Batted .182 with four hits, two doubles and a pair of RBI on the season ... Made starts at USC Upstate (4/1) and at VMI (4/11) ... Also logged time at third base in three games ... Collected a hit in first career at bat as a pinch hitter vs. Canisius (2/20) ... Was 1-for-1 with a two-run double off the bench at Coastal Carolina (4/5) ... Also had hits at USC Upstate and vs. UNC Asheville (4/18) ... Batted .400 (2-for-5) as a pinch hitter on the season. High School: Played at nearby Crest (N.C.) High and also for Shelby Post 82 ... Batted .345 with three home runs, six doubles and 22 RBI under Coach Steven Hodge ... A two-time AllConference selection ... Batted .355 with five home runs under Coach Mike Grayson with Shelby Post 82.

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#23 JEFF HOWELL 6-1 • 190 • R/R • RHP • Junior-2L Kings Mountain, N.C. Kings Mountain HS 2012 Notes: Preseason All-Big South Conference choice by College Sports Madness ... One of the Big South Conference's top relievers heading into 2012 ... Also capable of anchoring the starting rotation, but will likely remain in the bullpen ... Has been a valuable part of the pitching staff in each of his first two seasons with the program. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Ranked second on the team with a career-best 30 appearances, all in relief ... Went 4-1 with a 1.89 ERA and a team-high seven saves in 47.2 innings of work ... Also registered seven holds, which also led the team ... Limited opponents to a .202 batting average ... Struck out a team-high 52 batters (9.81 per nine innings) and walked just 13 ... Allowed only eight extra base hits (all doubles) ... Made three appearances in the Big South Conference Tournament, hurling 7.1 scoreless innings with only four hits allowed and six strikeouts (one walk) ... Hurled three hitless innings with two strikeouts in a combined shutout win vs. Charleston Southern (5/27) ... Had at least 2.0 innings pitched in 11 of his 30 appearances, including the final six of the season ... Picked up a 4.0 inning save vs. Charleston Southern (4/10) during the regular season ... Had relief wins Butler (2/26), St. John's (3/11), at Furman (4/27) and vs. Liberty (5/13) ... Did not walk a batter through seven appearances of the season ... Issued more than one walk just twice on the season ... Fanned a season-high four batters vs. Butler (2/26), St. John's (3/11) and Liberty (5/13) ... Had at least two strikeouts in 15 appearances ... Made 23 scoreless appearances. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Made 20 appearances overall and two starts as a true freshman ... Ranked fourth on the team in appearances, and was second in that category among freshmen ... Was 2-4 with a 4.33 ERA and two saves in 43.2 innings ... Fanned 35 and walked 16, while holding opponents to a .231 batting average ... Had scoreless relief appearances in 13 games ... Made six consecutive relief appearances without allowing an earned run from April 18-May 14 ... Hurled 7.0 innings of relief with just two runs allowed to pick up a win at Presbyterian (3/27) ... Had 2.0 scoreless innings to earn a win at Charleston Southern (4/24). High School: Played at nearby Kings Mountain (N.C.) High ... Named Gaston Gazette Player of the Year and Conference Player of the Year in 2009 ... Forged a 9-1 record and 1.49 ERA with two saves on the mound ... Batted .338 with eight home runs and 21 RBI at the plate ... Won 18 games on the mound combined as a junior and senior ... Two-time All-Conference choice ... Chose GWU over UNC Asheville, Appalachian State and USC Upstate, among others.

#24 DANNY YELVERTON 6-0 • 195 • R/R • OF • Junior-2L Matthews, N.C. Weddington HS 2012 Notes: Athletic outfielder who will compete for a starting spot in 2012 ... One of the team's fastest players ... Excellent defensive outfielder ... Much improved at the plate. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Saw action in 42 games and made 12 starts in the outfield ... Batted .293 with 11 runs scored, three doubles and nine RBI in 58 at bats ... Was 4-for-5 in stolen bases ... Recorded a pair of outfield assists ... Posted a solid .359 on base percentage ... Batted .310 in Big South Conference games ... Batted .350 with runners in scoring position ... Was a perfect 5-for-5 with runners on third and less than two outs ... Batted .381 with two outs ... Went 4-for-5 with two runs and a steal vs. Presbyterian College (2/27) ... Was 2-for-2 with an RBI double vs. UNC Asheville (3/20) ... Had hits in 13 different games. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 26 games ... Made five starts in the outfield ... Was used as a pinch runner seven times, which led the team ... Batted .207 with 11 runs scored, two doubles and an RBI ... Was 4-for-5 in stolen bases ... Had best game off the bench vs. Marist (2/28), going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and two runs scored ... Was 1-for-1 with an RBI hit vs. Valpo (3/13). High School: Played with classmate Brad Collins at Weddington (N.C.) High under former Gardner-Webb standout Travis Poole ... A two-time All-Union County selection ... Selected to play in the 2009 N.C./S.C. Battle of the Border Game ... Batted .400 with seven home runs and 20 steals during the 2009 American Legion season ... Batted .327 with nine doubles, 34 hits and three triples as a junior in 2008.

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#25 CHRIS RUBESSA 6-0 • 190 • R/R • C • Sophomore-1L Cumming, Ga. West Forsyth HS 2012 Notes: Enters his sophomore campaign as the team's top reserve behind the plate ... Has good power potential offensively and a strong throwing arm ... Has shown improvement in all facets of his game since arriving on campus. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Saw action in 22 games, making 14 starts ... Batted .132 with three runs scored, five hits and a pair of RBI ... Threw out six base runners defensively ... Was 1-for-3 with an RBI single vs. North Carolina A&T (4/12). High School: Played at West Forsyth (Ga.) High ... A first-team All-County choice at designated hitter in 2010 ... Batted .381 with six home runs and 43 RBI as one of the area's top power hitters ... Also an All-Region 7-AAA selection as a senior ... Standout in football as well, earning All-County honors ... Was a second-team All-County selection in baseball as a junior in 2009.

#29 SCOTT JOHNSON 6-0 • 190 • R/R • SS • Freshman-HS Wilmington, N.C. Hoggard HS 2012 Notes: One of the most highly-regarded shortstop recruits to sign with Gardner-Webb since the move to NCAA Division I ... Athletic, steady defensive player who will compete for a starting nod when the season begins ... Talented offensively as well ... Has a very bright future with the Runnin' Bulldogs. High School: Played at state powerhouse Hoggard (N.C.) High under Coach Jeep Saint Ledger ... A three-time AllArea selection by the Wilmington Star ... Batted a career-high .447 with three home runs and 20 RBI as a senior ... Named first-team All-Conference and second-team All-Area ... Batted .335 with two home runs as a junior ... Batted .417 with a career-high six home runs and 33 RBI as a sophomore ... Batted .317 with a home run while playing with the varsity as a ninth grader.

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#30 BEAU HILTON 6-3 • 210 • L/L • LHP • Freshman-HS Jacksonville, Fla. Bartram Trail HS 2012 Notes: Talented southpaw who will push hard for a spot in the weekend rotation as a true freshman ... Enjoyed an impressive fall season on the mound ... Very polished for a young pitcher. High School: Played at Bartram Trail (Fla.) High under Coach Tony Sowers ... One of the top lefthanders in the Sunshine State as a junior and senior ... Rated as one of the nation's top 1,000 prospects in the Class of 2011 by Perfect Game ... A two-time All-County selection by the St. Augustine Record ... A three-time, first-team AllConference selection ... Set new school records for career wins (20) and strikeouts (2011) ... Tossed a pair of nohitters as a senior ... Started the season with a 5-0 record ... Posted a 7-4 record with a 1.40 ERA and 67 strikeouts as a junior ... A first-team All-District choice ... An honorable mention All-State selection as a sophomore ... Went 7-2 with a 1.56 ERA.

#31 WILL CANADY 6-0 • 200 • L/L • LHP • Freshman-HS Cumming, Ga. West Forsyth HS 2012 Notes: Young lefty who will be asked to step in and contribute early out of the bullpen as a freshman ... Will pitch full time after playing both ways during a successful high school career ... Has earned the reputation of a tough competitor on the mound early in his career. High School: Played at West Forsyth (Ga.) High under Coach Byron Orr ... Outstanding two-way player ... A three-time All-Forsyth County selection ... Batted .368 with two home runs, 16 doubles and 26 RBI as a senior ... Went 3-1 on the mound ... Batted .416 with three home runs, 12 doubles and 28 RBI as a junior ... Went 1-0 on the mound with 68 strikeouts in just 34 innings of work ... Batted .423 with 15 doubles and four home runs as a sophomore ... Hit .343 with three home runs as a ninth grader.

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#32 MITCH WARNER 5-11 • 175 • L/L • LHP • Freshman-HS Chambersburg, Pa. Chambersburg HS 2012 Notes: Young reliever who will see time out of the bullpen as a true freshman ... Should be particularly tough on lefthanded hitters ... Very crafty southpaw. High School: Played at Chambersburg (Pa.) High under Coach Bob Thomas ... Posted a 15-4 career record on the high school level with more than 100 strikeouts in four seasons ... Went 6-1 as a senior ... Went 6-0 with a 1.80 ERA in 45 innings pitched as a sophomore ... Earned first-team Public Opinion All-Star honors in 2011 ... An honorable mention All-Mid Penn selection as a junior ... Earned second-team All-Mid Penn honors as a sophomore, and earned first-team Herald-Sun All-Star recognition.

#33 BRAD COLLINS 6-3 • 205 • R/R • INF • Junior-2L Weddington, N.C. Weddington HS 2012 Notes: Enters junior season slated to take over full time at third base ... Has shown solid power at the plate and has improved steadily since joining the program ... Poised for a breakout season. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Saw action in 46 games ... Made 32 starts, primarily at third base ... Batted .262 with three home runs, five doubles and 20 RBI ... Scored 13 runs ... Posted a .309 on base percentage ... Tied for the team lead with three sacrifice bunts ... Half of RBI came with two outs ... Had a three-run home run to spark an early lead in the Big South Tournament win over Radford (5/26) ... Homered during the regular season vs. Presbyterian (4/23) and Liberty (5/14), both two-run shots ... Had four multi-RBI games and seven multi-hit games ... Went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI vs. USC Upstate (3/2) ... Went 3-for-5 with an RBI at USC Upstate (4/6) just over a month later ... Went 2-for-4 with a two-run double at The Citadel (2/18). 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Saw action in 25 games and made seven starts ... Batted .214 with four doubles, one home run and six RBI ... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI double at Liberty (5/1) ... Was 1-for-4 with a two-run home run at Charleston Southern (4/24) ... Made four starts at third base, two starts at first base and one start at designated hitter. High School: Teamed with classmate Danny Yelverton at Weddington (N.C.) High under former Gardner-Webb standout Travis Poole ... Earned All-Southwest Conference 4A honors as a senior ... Named team MVP ... Batted .370 with seven home runs in 2009 ... Earned All-Union County and All-Piedmont honors as a senior ... Batted .389 with five home runs as a junior.

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#34 JIMMY MOORE 6-5 • 195 • R/R • RHP • Freshman-HS Miami, Fla. Westminster Christian School 2012 Notes: Big righthander who will be a valuable part of the bullpen as a true freshman ... Fastball reaches into the upper 80s ... Was one of the team's most impressive relievers during fall practice. High School: Played at state and national powerhouse Westminster Christian (Fla.) School under Coach Emil Castellanos... Fastball reaches into the upper 80s ... Earned All-Dade County honors as a senior ... Posted a 6-0 record and 0.88 ERA in 2011 ... Fanned 43 batters and walked just eight in 31.1 innings of work ... Earned Florida Region Honorable Mention honors from Perfect Game ... Went 1-0 as a junior with a 1.32 ERA, helping Warriors to their second-straight state title ... Westminster Christian won USA Today National Championships in 1992 and 1996 ... The program has produced several Major League players, including Alex Rodriguez and Doug Mientkiewicz.

#36 BRANTLEY SMITH 6-3 • 200 • R/R • C/1B • Freshman-HS Indian Trail, N.C. Grace Academy 2012 Notes: Big, strong catching prospect who will compete for time behind the plate and at first base ... Blessed with solid power potential as a hitter. High School: Played at Grace Academy under Coach Billy Hudson ... A two-time team MVP ... Belted 33 home runs in his final two high school seasons ... Batted .485 with 14 home runs in 13 games as a senior ... Added eight triples ... Hit 17 home runs in 19 games as a junior ... Posted a strong .995 fielding percentage ... Also played American Legion baseball under former Gardner-Webb outfielder Daniel Cooke.

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#37 ADAM IZOKOVIC 6-5 • 180 • R/R • RHP • Senior-3L Lawndale, N.C. Burns HS 2012 Notes: All-Big South candidate as a reliever ... Poised to break the school's career saves record (16), currently held by Daniel Planck and Kevin Wellmon ... Enters senior season with 14 career saves and a 9-6 career win-loss record ... Effective as a closer or in long relief. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Made 26 appearances out of the bullpen, which ranked third on the team ... Went 3-1 with a 4.76 ERA and six saves, tying a career-high in that category ... Fanned 33 batters in 39.2 innings of work ... Held opponents to a .268 batting average ... Allowed just one home run ... Had 16 scoreless outings, including six in a row to close out the season ... Allowed only two runs in his last 11 appearances ... Picked up relief wins at VMI (4/3), vs. Presbyterian (4/23) and at Radford (4/29) ... Recorded a save at The Citadel to preserve the team's first win of the season (2/18) ... Also had saves vs. Presbyterian (2/27), St. John's (3/11), at USC Upstate (4/6), vs. Presbyterian (4/22) and at Furman (4/27) ... Had six relief appearances of at least 2.0 innings ... Worked 3.0 scoreless innings with only one hit allowed vs. #1 Coastal Carolina in the title game of the Big South Conference Tournament. 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Emerged as one of the Big South's top relievers as a sophomore ... Went 5-4 with a 4.04 ERA and six saves in 55.2 innings ... Made 25 appearances with one start ... Struck out 43 batters and walked 21 on the season ... Teams managed just a .252 batting average against Izokovic ... Had a stretch of 25.1 scoreless innings from March 5-April 14 ... Allowed just seven earned runs through April 24, a string of 19 appearances to start the season ... Hurled 8.0 scoreless, one-hit, innings in a 15-inning win at Wofford (3/5), fanning six and walking just one in that victory ... Had five relief appearances that lasted at least 3.0 innings ... Picked up wins at Wofford (3/5), at Wake Forest (3/17), at Presbyterian (3/27), vs. Winthrop (3/3) and at Charleston Southern (4/24). 2009 at Gardner-Webb: Made 10 appearances out of the bullpen ... Went 1-1 with an 11.12 ERA and two saves ... Led the team in saves ... Did not allow a run in first three appearances of the season ... Picked up a save with 0.1 innings of work in first career appearance vs. Canisius (2/20) ... Added another save with 0.1 innings of work in third career appearance vs. Presbyterian (3/6) ... Worked scoreless relief appearances of 1.0 inning vs. Rider (3/17), at USC Upstate (4/1) and at Coastal Carolina (4/5) ... Fanned a pair of batters in 5.2 innings of total work on the season. High School: Played at nearby Burns (N.C.) High … Also a standout on the mound for Shelby Post 82 on the American Legion circuit … Was 2-0 with a 2.53 ERA and two saves in 2008 for Post 82 … Went 3-2 with a pair of saves for Post 82 in 2007 … Forged a a 2.15 ERA in 50.2 innings of work … Fanned 40 batters.

#40 MATT FRAUDIN 6-5 • 205 • R/R • Freshman-HS Upper St. Clair, Pa. Upper St. Clair HS 2012 Notes: Hard-throwing righthander who will compete for a spot in the weekend rotation as a true freshman ... Also capable of filling a vital role in the bullpen ... Fastball reaches into the low 90s ... Highly recruited pitching prospect. High School: Played at Upper St. Clair (Pa.) High under Coach Jerry Malarkey ... Named Rawlings first-team AllAtlantic Region and All-America by Perfect Game heading into his senior season ... Rated as the nation's No. 383 prospect in the Class of 2011 ... Fanned 31 batters in 29 innings of work as a senior ... Among the Pittsburgh area's strikeout leaders as a sophomore with 61 strikeouts in just 37 innings pitched ... Fanned 47 batters in 32.2 innings of work as a ninth grader.

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#42 JOHN HARRIS 6-0 • 210 • L/R • C/1B • RS Junior-2L Kennesaw, Ga. Kennesaw Mountain HS 2012 Notes: Veteran catcher and designated hitter who will start behind the plate again as a redshirt junior ... Has posted solid offensive numbers during his career, and provides consistent production from the left side ... Improved defensively. 2011 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 55 games and made 46 starts, seeing time primarily behind the plate ... Batted .314 with 31 runs scored, 13 doubles and 33 RBI ... Collected a career-high 55 hits ... Forged a .356 on base percentage ... Was 4-for-4 in stolen bases ... Threw out 10 base runners and led the team with three runners picked off ... Ranked third on the team with a .345 batting average in Big South regular season games ... Had 13 multi-hit games ... Had nine multi-RBI games ... Collected eight hits in the season's first four games, including a 3-for-5, two RBI effort at The Citadel (2/20) ... Went 3-for-3 with two RBI vs. Holy Cross (3/10) ... Went 3-for-4 with three RBI vs. UNC Asheville (3/19) ... Had six RBI in the series with UNCA ... Went 3-for-4 at VMI (4/1) ... Was 3-for-5 with two runs scored at Radford (4/29) ... Went 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored in the Big South Tournament win over Radford (5/26). 2010 at Gardner-Webb: Played in 24 games and made 10 starts ... Split time between designated hitter and catcher ... Also logged a start at first base ... Batted .347 with 17 hits, one double and seven RBI ... Struck out just eight times on the season ... Went 4-for-5 with three runs scored and an RBI double vs. Wofford (4/28) ... Was 2-for-2 with an RBI at Charleston Southern (4/23) ... Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI at Furman (5/19). 2009 at Gardner-Webb: Redshirted. High School: Played at Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.) High in tradition-rich Cobb County … Also a product of the famed East Cobb baseball program … Considered one of the top catching prospects in the county as a senior … Also played football.

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THE RECORD BOOK 31


2011 STATS Player WATTS, Jake MILLER, Aaron McFARLAND, Adam QUATTLEBAUM, Dusty HARRIS, John MERCK, Daniel BLANTON, Zeke YELVERTON, Danny JACKSON, Benji COLLINS, Brad COLEMAN, Scott -------------HAYNES, Aaron EASON, Chris SAPP, Matt PAGAN, Emilio RUBESSA, Chris ALLEN, Ryan POYNOR, Wes GULLICKSON, Justin Totals Opponents

AVG .354 .326 .321 .320 .314 .305 .304 .293 .280 .262 .259

GP 57 58 52 57 55 58 46 42 50 46 51

GS 57 58 46 54 46 57 42 12 42 32 41

AB 237 218 193 219 175 226 148 58 164 130 162

R 47 55 32 37 31 53 28 11 40 13 29

.600 .333 .294 .200 .132 .077 .000 .000 .302 .287

9 2 34 12 22 17 6 3 58 58

0 5 0 3 16 68 4 10 14 38 1 13 0 7 0 2 58 2076 58 1975

2 0 13 2 3 3 0 0 399 351

H 84 71 62 70 55 69 45 17 46 34 42

2B 3B 15 2 6 3 15 1 25 0 13 0 10 0 5 1 3 0 8 1 5 0 10 1

HR RBI 3 53 1 30 5 48 6 49 0 33 4 32 0 23 0 9 3 21 3 20 0 29

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 112 .473 20 3 31 3 .404 86 .394 28 7 23 3 .412 94 .487 4 1 39 2 .337 113 .516 10 2 39 5 .353 68 .389 6 8 35 3 .356 91 .403 35 7 40 6 .411 52 .351 24 2 33 2 .408 20 .345 4 2 19 1 .359 65 .396 27 4 51 3 .391 48 .369 9 0 28 1 .309 54 .333 16 1 28 4 .324

SF SH SB ATT 5 1 6 6 4 1 17 20 1 3 4 5 1 1 0 0 5 1 4 4 2 1 10 16 0 1 9 13 0 1 4 5 2 2 5 5 0 3 0 1 3 2 2 4

3 1 0 1 0 0 20 2 1 2 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 627 118 10 566 126 10

0 2 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 358 34 316

4 1 30 2 5 1 0 0 846 814

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 19 66 34 38 67

.800 1 .333 0 .441 8 .200 2 .132 2 .077 2 .000 0 .000 0 .408 198 .412 248

0 0 0 0 3 14 0 4 1 11 0 4 0 5 0 0 41 404 61 358

0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 37 33

.667 .333 .388 .333 .195 .200 .000 .000 .370 .377

PO A 137 8 102 166 121 7 382 22 291 30 104 142 0 0 51 2 99 4 68 36 43 41

0 7 0 0 1 0 4 25 1 3 23 13 0 68 9 1 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 87 1542 567 86 1525 608

E FLD% 0 1.000 15 .947 3 .977 11 .973 7 .979 7 .972 0 .000 2 .964 3 .972 7 .937 9 .903 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 81 82

1.000 1.000 1.000 .923 .975 1.000 .000 .000 .963 .96

LOB - Team (435), Opp (464). DPs turned - Team (60), Opp (54). CI - Team (1), RUBESSA, C. 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (5), WATTS, J. 3, QUATTLEBAUM 2, Opp (7). Picked off - BLANTON, Z. 2, MERCK, D. 2, WATTS, J. 1, HARRIS, J. 1, MILLER, A. 1, YELVERTON, D 1. Player HOWELL, Jeff STACKHOUSE, Brett PAGAN, Emilio IZOKOVIC, Adam PAEPLOW, Kyle SCARBOROUGH, Conne HEILIGENSTADT, Eri WILSON, Brock BOLING, Brandon -------------BARNETT, Andrew LIEDBERG, Matt McMAHAN, Alex Totals Opponents

ERA 1.89 2.77 4.54 4.76 5.32 6.34 6.52 6.85 7.84

W 4 2 4 3 5 7 3 4 1

6.00 6.48 9.00 5.34 5.81

1 0 0 34 23

L APP 1 30 2 31 4 17 1 26 3 13 2 16 7 18 1 21 2 16 0 0 0 23 34

17 6 3 58 58

GS 0 2 9 0 13 10 15 2 7 0 0 0 58 58

CG SHO CBO SV 0 0 1 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

0 0 0 2 2

IP 47.2 39.0 69.1 39.2 69.1 59.2 67.2 46.0 41.1

H 35 32 61 41 88 83 97 56 38

R 13 22 39 24 45 49 58 39 37

ER BB SO 10 13 52 12 26 42 35 36 44 21 17 33 41 25 38 42 22 32 49 19 36 35 19 36 36 34 22

2B 8 9 12 8 19 15 23 16 11

3B HR AB B/Avg 0 0 173 .202 0 3 145 .221 1 4 245 .249 3 1 153 .268 2 5 278 .317 1 7 242 .343 3 6 291 .333 0 3 186 .301 0 3 146 .260

1 0 24.0 25 16 16 22 18 0 1 8.1 7 6 6 13 4 0 0 2.0 3 3 2 2 1 2 16 514.0 566 351 305 248 358 2 8 508.1 627 399 328 198 404

4 0 1 126 118

0 1 79 0 1 28 0 0 9 10 34 1975 10 27 2076

.316 .250 .333 .287 .302

WP HBP BK SFA SHA 4 4 0 2 2 8 6 0 2 2 7 5 0 5 4 3 6 0 3 4 7 5 0 7 7 3 7 0 3 4 5 1 0 4 5 10 9 0 3 4 9 13 4 3 2 3 0 0 59 56

3 1 1 61 41

0 0 0 4 7

1 1 0 34 24

3 1 0 38 19

PB - Team (11), HARRIS, J. 7, RUBESSA, C. 4, Opp (19). Pickoffs - Team (9), HARRIS, J. 3, BARNETT, A. 1, QUATTLEBAUM 1, HEILIGENSTAD 1, PAGAN, E. 1, PAEPLOW, K. 1, WILSON, B. 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - HARRIS, J. (45-55), RUBESSA, C. (17-23), PAEPLOW, K. (13-14), WILSON, B. (12-14), HEILIGENSTAD (8-10), BARNETT, A. (6-9), SCARBOROUGH (5-9), BOLING, B. (5-8), PAGAN, E. (5-8), IZOKOVIC, A. (6-6), QUATTLEBAUM (5-5), HOWELL, J. (5-5), LIEDBERG, M. (1-2), STACKHOUSE (1-1).

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2011 RESULTS

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Game date Feb 18, 2011 Feb 18, 2011 Feb 19, 2011 Feb 20, 2011 Feb 22, 2011 Feb 25, 2011 Feb 26, 2011 Feb 26, 2011 Feb 27, 2011 Mar 02, 2011 Mar 08, 2011 Mar 10, 2011 Mar 11, 2011 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 Mar 18, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 20, 2011 Mar 23, 2011 Mar 25, 2011 Mar 25, 2011 Mar 27, 2011 Apr 1, 2011 Apr 2, 2011 Apr 3, 2011 Apr 06, 2011 Apr 08, 2011 Apr 09, 2011 Apr 10, 2011 Apr 12, 2011 Apr 13, 2011 Apr 15, 2011 Apr 16, 2011 Apr 17, 2011 Apr 19, 2011 Apr 22, 2011 Apr 23, 2011 Apr 23, 2011 Apr 27, 2011 Apr 29, 2011 Apr 30, 2011 May 01, 2011 May 03, 2011 May 07, 2011 May 07, 2011 May 08, 2011 May 13, 2011 May 14, 2011 May 15, 2011 May 19, 2011 May 20, 2011 May 21, 2011

Opposing team vsTowson University at The Citadel vsTowson University at The Citadel APPALACHIAN STATE DAYTON BUTLER BUTLER vs Presbyterian College USC UPSTATE HOLY CROSS HOLY CROSS ST. JOHN'S ST. JOHN'S at North Carolina A&T UNC ASHEVILLE UNC ASHEVILLE UNC ASHEVILLE at Western Carolina HIGH POINT HIGH POINT HIGH POINT at VMI at VMI at VMI at USC Upstate CHARLESTON SOUTHERN CHARLESTON SOUTHERN CHARLESTON SOUTHERN NORTH CAROLINA A&T at Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina at Coastal Carolina at Coastal Carolina FURMAN PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at Furman at Radford at Radford at Radford at North Carolina at Clemson at Clemson CLEMSON LIBERTY LIBERTY LIBERTY at Winthrop at Winthrop at Winthrop

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r-h-e 7-5-0 5-9-1 2-7-1 12-14-4 7-14-0 5-6-2 4-6-2 5-6-1 4-12-3 7-13-5 7-9-1 9-11-4 2-3-0 11-13-2 3-5-1 3-4-0 7-11-3 7-12-1 8-10-0 7-11-5 4-10-2 6-14-2 11-11-1 7-12-2 10-17-3 5-13-1 0-5-4 5-8-1 6-14-0 2-7-0 12-14-0 7-11-0 8-10-0 14-11-1 3-6-0 7-12-2 5-8-0 5-15-2 2-8-0 10-20-1 4-8-2 2-5-3 8-6-1 13-11-0 12-20-0 5-10-2 4-8-3 6-11-2 3-8-1 9-13-1 4-9-0 1-2-0

Inns 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 (12) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9

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

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

Pitcher of record Attend HEILIGENSTAD (L 0-1) 145 BARNETT, A. (W 1-0) 557 SCARBOROUGH (W 1-0) 236 STACKHOUSE (W 1-0) 625 HEILIGENSTAD (L 0-2) 550 STACKHOUSE (L 1-1) 225 SCARBOROUGH (W 2-0) 310 HOWELL, J. (W 1-0) 300 PAEPLOW, K. (W 1-0) 189 PAGAN, E. (W 1-0) 240 BOLING, B. (W 1-0) 310 WILSON, B. (W 1-0) 225 HOWELL, J. (W 2-0) 275 SCARBOROUGH (W 3-0) 375 HEILIGENSTAD (W) 75 BOLING, B. (L 1-1) 300 WILSON, B. (W 2-0) 400 PAEPLOW, K. (W 2-0) 350 None 327 HOWELL, J. (L 2-1) 440 SCARBOROUGH (W 4-0) 440 IZOKOVIC, A. (L 0-1) 50 BOLING, B. (L 1-2) 199 SCARBOROUGH (W 5-0) 297 IZOKOVIC, A. (W 1-1) 355 WILSON, B. (W 3-0) 486 PAGAN, E. (W 2-0) 425 SCARBOROUGH (L 5-1) 375 PAEPLOW, K. (L 2-1) 250 HEILIGENSTAD (W 2-2) 175 SCARBOROUGH (L 5-2) 194 PAGAN, E. (L 2-1) 901 HEILIGENSTAD (L 2-3) 741 STACKHOUSE (L 1-2) 989 HEILIGENSTAD (W 3-3) 225 WILSON, B. (W 4-0) 200 SCARBOROUGH (W 6-2) 300 IZOKOVIC, A. (W 2-1) 300 HOWELL, J. (W 3-1) 253 IZOKOVIC, A. (W 3-1) 500 PAEPLOW, K. (W 3-1) 525 PAGAN, E. (W 3-1) 425 WILSON, B. (L 4-1) 572 PAEPLOW, K. (L 3-2) HEILIGENSTAD (L 3-4) 5151 PAGAN, E. (L 3-2) 1328 HOWELL, J. (W 4-1) 205 HEILIGENSTAD (L 3-5) 205 PAEPLOW, K. (L 3-3) 205 PAGAN, E. (L 3-3) 507 HEILIGENSTAD (L 3-6) 551 PAEPLOW, K. (W 4-3) 583

Time 2:17 2:50 3:04 3:49 2:30 2:41 2:39 3:09 2:50 2:59 2:54 4:01 2:39 4:03 2:10 3:02 2:59 2:40 5:53 3:49 2:53 3:38 2:40 3:15 3:57 3:06 2:19 2:33 2:45 2:27 2:13 3:06 2:42 3:06 2:18 3:09 2:47 2:43 2:28 3:31 2:33 2:56 2:54 2:41 2:29 2:35 3:05 2:25 2:41 2:18 1:57 2:38

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vs High Point vs Liberty vs Radford vs Charleston Southern vs Liberty vsCoastal Carolina

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14-4 5-13 11-5 5-0 5-1 1-6

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14-16-1 5-9-2 11-16-1 5-10-0 5-8-1 1-8-2

4-9-4 13-13-1 5-9-2 0-6-0 1-5-2 6-6-0

9 9 9 9 9 9

31-21-1 31-22-1 32-22-1 33-22-1 34-22-1 34-23-1

14-13-0 14-13-0 14-13-0 14-13-0 14-13-0 14-13-0

PAGAN, E. (W 4-3) HEILIGENSTAD (L 3-7) PAEPLOW, K. (W 5-3) SCARBOROUGH (W 7-2) STACKHOUSE (W 2-2) PAGAN, E. (L 4-4)

499 329 321 189 165 413

3:00 2:42 2:57 2:05 2:14 2:16

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS HITTING (CAREER) Highest batting avg. (minimum 450 AB) 1. .364 WRIGHT, Terry ........................ (254-697) ...................1991-94 2. .363 PRUETT, Sammy..................... (232-639) ...................1998-00 3. .352 GENTRY, Wes .......................... (247-701) ...................1996-99 4. .340 LALLI, Blake ........................... (290-853) ..............2002,04-06 5. .339 LOYD, Justin ........................... (208-614) ...................2006-09 6. .335 FULGINITI, Kurt .......................(161-480) ...................2007-10 7. .328 MILLER, Brock........................ (166-506) ...................2006-09 8. .325 COOKE, Daniel........................ (255-785) ...................2006-09 9. .316 THOMPSON, Darin ................. (196-620) ...................1998-02 10. .316 BRADFORD, Sam .................... (187-592) ...................2001-03 Highest slugging pct. (minimum 450 AB) 1. .638 PRUETT, Sammy...................... (639 AB) ...................1998-00 2. .588 GENTRY, Wes ........................... (701 AB) ...................1996-99 3. .557 BOYLES, Ty .............................. (701 AB) ...................2007-10 4. .556 BRADFORD, Sam ..................... (592 AB) ...................2001-03 5. .529 FULGINITI, Kurt ........................ (480 AB) ...................2007-10 6. .525 FUTRELLE, David ..................... (478 AB) ...................2001-04 7. .524 LALLI, Blake ............................ (853 AB) ..............2002,04-06 8. .494 WRIGHT, Terry ......................... (697 AB) ...................1991-94 9. .489 LOYD, Justin ............................ (614 AB) ...................2006-09 10. .479 THOMPSON, Darin .................. (620 AB) ...................1998-02 Highest on base pct. (minimum 450 AB) 1. .429 PRUETT, Sammy...................... (639 AB) ...................1998-00 2. .423 MILLER, Brock......................... (506 AB) ...................2006-09 3. .416 WRIGHT, Terry ......................... (697 AB) ...................1991-94 4. .415 GENTRY, Wes ........................... (701 AB) ...................1996-99 5. .410 COOKE, Daniel......................... (785 AB) ...................2006-09 6. .409 LALLI, Blake ............................ (853 AB) ..............2002,04-06 7. .407 HARRISON, Jim ..............................(492) ...................1997-00 8. .405 LOYD, Justin ............................ (614 AB) ...................2006-09 9. .399 BRADFORD, Sam ..................... (592 AB) ...................2001-03 10. .396 BOYLES, Ty .............................. (542 AB) ...................2007-10 Highest stolen base pct. (minimum 50 attempts) 1. .860 SWEAT, Ashley ........................... (43-50) ...................1999-00 2. .844 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (65-77) ...................1991-94 3. .835 MILLER, Brock.......................... (91-109) ...................2006-09 4. .832 COOKE, Daniel.......................... (94-113) ...................2006-09 5. .817 AHEARN, Jon ............................. (49-60) ...................2006-09 6. .813 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (52-64) ...................2007-08 7. .788 BRADFORD, Sam ....................... (41-52) ...................2001-03 Most games played 1. 227 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 2. 214 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 3. 205 THOMPSON, Darin .....................................................1998-02 205 MILFORD, Jon David ...................................................2002-05 5. 200 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 6. 193 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 193 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 8. 191 STYERS, Sammy ........................................................2001-04 9. 190 ABERNATHY, Clint ......................................................2001-04 10. 189 MILLER, Brock............................................................2006-09

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Most games started 1. 227 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 2. 207 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 3. 193 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 193 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 5. 186 MILFORD, Jon David ...................................................2002-05 6. 185 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 7. 183 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 8. 178 THOMPSON, Darin .....................................................1998-02 178 WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 10. 171 STYERS, Sammy ........................................................2001-04 Most at bats 1. 853 2. 785 3. 701 4. 697 5. 689 6. 684 7. 657 8. 639 9. 620 10. 614

LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 THOMPSON, Darin .....................................................1998-02 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09

Most runs scored 1. 170 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 2. 155 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 155 WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 4. 141 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 5. 137 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 137 MILLER, Brock............................................................2006-09 7. 125 BRADFORD, Sam ........................................................2001-03 8. 124 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 9. 116 COMBS, Randy ...........................................................1997-00 10. 115 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 Most hits 1. 290 2. 255 3. 254 4. 247 5. 232 6. 208 7. 206 8. 200 9. 196 10. 191

LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 THOMPSON, Darin .....................................................1998-02 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95

Most doubles 1. 70 2. 58 3. 50 4. 47 5. 44 44 7. 40 40 9. 38 10. 33

LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 THOMPSON, Darin .....................................................1998-02 MALONEY, Matt ..........................................................2005-06 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10 COMBS, Randy ...........................................................1997-00 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09


Most triples 1. 20 2. 16 3. 10 4. 9 9 9 7. 8 8 9. 7 7

WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 McCANN, Jeremy ........................................................2005-06 MALONEY, Matt ..........................................................2005-06 BORTNICK, Chris........................................................1990-93 MILLER, Brock............................................................2006-09 KINARD, Jamall ..........................................................2007-08 MOSER, Walt ..............................................................1995-96 HARRISON, Jim ..........................................................1997-00 COMBS, Randy ...........................................................1997-00

Most home runs 1. 38 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 2. 35 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 3. 33 BRADFORD, Sam ........................................................2001-03 4. 27 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 27 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-09 6. 23 FUTRELLE, David .......................................................2001-04 7. 21 LEVERETT, Blake ........................................................1999-00 8. 20 McCARSON, Billy........................................................2003-05 20 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 20 SPAKE, Bubbie ...........................................................2008-09 20 MALONEY, Matt ..........................................................2005-06 Most runs batted in 1. 184 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 2. 160 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 3. 153 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 4. 145 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 5. 129 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 6. 126 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 7. 117 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10 8. 116 LEVERETT, Blake ........................................................1999-00 116 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 10. 112 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 Most total bases 1. 447 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 2. 412 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 3. 408 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 4. 349 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 5. 344 WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 6. 329 BRADFORD, Sam ........................................................2001-03 7. 320 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 8. 304 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 9. 302 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10 10. 300 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 Most walks 1. 91 2. 89 3. 84 4. 78 5. 74 6. 73 73 8. 71 9. 70 70

COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 STYERS, Sammy ........................................................2001-04 HARRISON, Jim ..........................................................1997-00 JONES, Doug ..............................................................1990-93 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 BRADFORD, Sam ........................................................2001-03 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10

Most times hit by pitch 1. 34 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 2. 32 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 3. 27 SPAKE, Bubbie ...........................................................2008-09 4. 21 MILLER, Brock............................................................2006-09 5. 20 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 6. 19 HARRISON, Jim ..........................................................1997-00 7. 17 SWEAT, Ashley ............................................................1999-00 8. 15 ABERNATHY, Clint ......................................................2001-04 15 WATTS, Chip .........................................................1999,01-03 15 MERCK, Daniel ...........................................................2010-11 Most times struck out 1. 150 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 2. 149 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 3. 131 GLUECKERT, Jim .........................................................2001-04 4. 124 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 5. 121 MILFORD, Jon David ...................................................2002-05 6. 120 BRADFORD, Sam ........................................................2001-03 7. 119 FUTRELLE, David .......................................................2001-04 8. 115 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 9. 101 KINARD, Jamall ..........................................................2007-08 10. 100 QUIRELLO, Ryan .........................................................2003-04 Most sacrifice flies 1. 17 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 2 12 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 12 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 12 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 5. 11 WRIGHT, Terry ............................................................1991-94 6. 9 HILL, John ..................................................................1995-98 9 STYERS, Sammy ........................................................2001-04 8. 8 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 8 THOMPSON, Darin .....................................................1998-02 8 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96 8 COMBS, Randy ...........................................................1997-00 Most sacrifice hits 1. 30 MILFORD, Jon David ...................................................2002-05 2. 20 JOHNSON, Tyler .........................................................2006-09 3. 17 SWEAT, Ashley ............................................................1999-00 17 MILLER, Brock............................................................2006-09 5. 15 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 6. 13 STYERS, Sammy ........................................................2001-04 7. 12 COOKE, Daniel............................................................2006-09 12 EVANS, Corey..............................................................1999-02 12 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 12 ABERNATHY, Clint ......................................................2001-04 12 AHEARN, Jon ..............................................................2006-09 Most stolen bases 1. 94 COOKE, Daniel (94-113) .............................................2006-09 2. 91 MILLER, Brock (91-109) .............................................2006-09 3. 65 WRIGHT, Terry (65-77) ................................................1991-94 4. 52 KINARD, Jamall (52-64) ..............................................2007-08 5. 49 AHEARN, Jon (49-60) ..................................................2006-09 6. 43 SWEAT, Ashley (43-50) ...............................................1999-00 7. 41 BRADFORD, Sam (41-52)............................................2001-03 8. 37 MERCK, Daniel (27-33) ...............................................2010-11 9. 28 MILLER, Aaron (28-37) ...............................................2008-11 10. 27 McCANN, Jeremy (27-33)............................................2005-06

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Most times caught stealing 1. 19 COOKE, Daniel ..........................(94-113) ...................2006-09 2. 18 MILLER, Brock.......................... (91-109) ...................2006-09 3. 12 RIZZUTO, Matt ........................... (20-32) ...................2006-09 12 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (65-77) ...................1991-94 12 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (52-64) ...................2007-08 6. 11 AHEARN, Jon ............................. (49-60) ...................2006-09 11 BRADFORD, Sam ....................... (41-52) ...................2001-03 11 MERCK, Daniel ........................... (27-48) ...................2010-11 9. 10 LALLI, Blake ................................ (9-19) ..............2002,04-06 10. 9 FUTRELLE, David ...................... (21-30) ...................2001-04 9 McQUINIFF, Jason ...................... (18-27) ...................1993-96 9 MILLER, Aaron............................ (28-37) ...................2008-11

Most wins 1. 22 2. 20 3. 18 4. 17 5. 16 6. 15 7. 14 14 9. 13 13 13 13 13 13

SIAK, Joey (22-15) ......................................................2002-04 GONZALEZ, Abe (20-10) ........................................2000,03-04 COLLINS, Brook (18-14) .............................................1998-02 WARD, Zach (17-14)....................................................2003-05 LONG, Jeff (16-20)......................................................2001-04 BAN, Jonathon (15-13)................................................2006-09 DAVIS, Chris (14-15) ...................................................1993-96 MARTIN, Josh (14-7) ..................................................2003-05 CAMPBELL, Ben (13-17) ............................................2006-09 HODGE, Steven (13-13)...............................................1990-93 PLANCK, Daniel (13-4) ...............................................1997-00 TEAGUE, Brad (13-8) ..................................................1994-97 HILL, Bobby (13-11) ...................................................1994-95 TAFAZZOLI, Matt (13-7) ..............................................2004-07

Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 75 IP) 1. 2.84 PLANCK, Daniel ...................... (155.1 IP) ...................1997-00 2. 3.56 GONZALEZ, Abe ...................... (245.1 IP) ..............2000,03-04 3. 3.58 WARD, Zach ............................ (238.2 IP) ...................2003-05 4. 3.59 HILL, Bobby ............................ (160.2 IP) ...................1994-95 5. 3.64 HOWELL, Jeff ........................... (76.2 IP) .......... 2010-Present 6. 3.74 SIAK, Joey .............................. (279.1 IP) ...................2002-04 7. 3.83 MARTIN, Josh ......................... (164.1 IP) ...................2003-05 8. 3.89 COLLINS, Brook...................... (256.2 IP) ...................1998-02 9. 4.00 LONG, Jeff .............................. (283.1 IP) ...................2001-04 10. 4.05 MAXA, Ryan............................. (86.2 IP) ...................2008-09

Most saves 1. 16 16 3. 14 4. 11 5. 8 8 7. 7 8. 6 9. 5 5

WELLMON, Kevin........................................................1999-03 PLANCK, Daniel ..........................................................1997-00 IZOKOVIC, Adam ................................................ 2009-Present MARTIN, Brandon.............................................2001-02,04-05 KONAS, Clay ..........................................................2001-02,05 HOWELL, Jeff .................................................... 2010-Present COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 COGDILL, Wes ............................................................2005-08 LYNCH, Joey ...............................................................1994-95

Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 75 IP) 1. .211 PLANCK, Daniel ...................... (155.1 IP) ...................1997-00 2. .235 HOWELL, Jeff ........................... (76.2 IP) .......... 2010-Present 3. .237 ENGLISH, Michael .................. (187.1 IP) ...................1997-98 4. .240 WARD, Zach ............................ (238.2 IP) ...................2003-05 5. .246 WELLMON, Kevin..................... (99.2 IP) ...................1999-03 6. .246 GONZALEZ, Abe ...................... (245.1 IP) ..............2000,03-04 7. .250 RINEHART, Jeff ....................... (114.2 IP) ...................1999-03 8. .252 SIAK, Joey .............................. (279.1 IP) ...................2002-04 9. .254 GREENE, Wesley ..................... (118.2 IP) ...................1999-02 10. .254 TEAGUE, Brad......................... (183.2 IP) ...................1994-97

Most appearances 1. 81 COGDILL, Wes ............................................................2005-08 2. 79 TAFAZZOLI, Matt.........................................................2004-07 79 PLANCK, Daniel ..........................................................1997-00 4. 73 WELLMON, Kevin........................................................1999-03 5. 72 MARTIN, Brandon.............................................2001-02,04-05 72 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 7. 70 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 8. 68 RINEHART, Jeff ...........................................................1999-03 9. 66 KONAS, Clay ..........................................................2001-02,05 66 CAMPBELL, Ben .........................................................2006-09

Fewest walks allowed/9 inn game (minimum 75 IP) 1. 2.19 SIAK, Joey .............................. (279.1 IP) ...................2002-04 2. 2.29 HODGE, Steven ....................... (216.0 IP) ...................1990-93 3. 2.33 TAFAZZOLI, Matt..................... (204.2 IP) ...................2004-07 4. 2.45 WILSON, Dennis ..................... (173.0 IP) ...................1990-92 5. 2.52 MARTIN, Josh ......................... (164.1 IP) ...................2003-05 6. 2.53 BOYD, Eric .............................. (160.0 IP) ...................2000-03 7. 2.58 HILL, Bobby ............................ (160.2 IP) ...................1994-95 8. 2.66 BAN, Jonathon ........................ (261.0 IP) ...................2006-09 9. 2.66 RHODES, Brian ....................... (256.2 IP) ...................1995-98 10. 2.71 DAVIS, Chris ........................... (222.1 IP) ...................1993-96

Most games started 1. 46 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 46 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 3. 41 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 4. 40 CAMPBELL, Ben .........................................................2006-09 40 DAVIS, Chris ...............................................................1993-96 6. 36 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 36 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 8. 33 RHODES, Brian ...........................................................1995-98 9. 31 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 31 TEAGUE, Brad.............................................................1994-97

Most stolen base attempts 1. 113 COOKE, Daniel (94-113) .............................................2006-09 2. 109 MILLER, Brock (91-109) .............................................2006-09 3. 77 WRIGHT, Terry (65-77) ................................................1991-94 4. 64 KINARD, Jamall (52-64) ..............................................2007-08 5. 60 AHEARN, Jon (49-60) ..................................................2006-09 6. 52 BRADFORD, Sam (41-52)............................................2001-03 7. 50 SWEAT, Ashley (43-50) ...............................................1999-00 8. 48 MERCK, Daniel (37-48) ...............................................2010-11 9. 37 MILLER, Aaron (28-37) ...............................................2008-11 10. 33 McCANN, Jeremy (27-33)............................................2005-06

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Most strikeouts/9 inn game (minimum 75 IP) 1. 10.71 WARD, Zach ............................ (238.2 IP) ...................2003-05 2. 9.99 MARTIN, Brandon................... (115.1 IP) .........2001-02,04-05 3. 9.94 ENGLISH, Michael .................. (187.1 IP) ...................1997-98 4. 8.80 HOWELL, Jeff ........................... (76.2 IP) .......... 2010-Present 5. 8.58 GONZALEZ, Abe ...................... (245.1 IP) ..............2000,03-04 6. 8.38 BOYD, Eric .............................. (160.0 IP) ...................2000-03 7. 7.59 PLANCK, Daniel ...................... (155.1 IP) ...................1997-00 8. 7.50 KONAS, Clay ........................... (132.0 IP) ..............2001-02,05 9. 7.30 RINEHART, Jeff ....................... (114.2 IP) ...................1999-03 10. 7.04 WELLMON, Kevin..................... (99.2 IP) ...................1999-03


Most complete games 1. 19 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 2. 16 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 3. 11 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 4. 9 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 9 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 6. 7 HODGE, Steven ...........................................................1990-93 7. 6 WILSON, Dennis .........................................................1990-92 6 HILL, Bobby ................................................................1994-95 9. 5 LYNCH, Joey ...............................................................1994-95 5 ROTHEM, Dan .............................................................2000-02 5 BOYD, Eric ..................................................................2000-03 Most shutouts 1. 7 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 2. 3 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 3 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 4. 2 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 2 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 2 CROUSE, Brian ................................................................1999 2 HODGE, Steven ...........................................................1990-93 2 WILSON, Dennis .........................................................1990-92 2 HILL, Bobby ................................................................1994-95 10. 1 Several Tied Most combined shutouts 1. 3 MARTIN, Brandon.............................................2001-02,04-05 2. 2 GREENE, Wesley .........................................................1999-02 2 TAFAZZOLI, Matt.........................................................2004-07 2 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 2 PLANCK, Daniel ..........................................................1997-00 6. 1 Several Tied Most innings pitched 1. 283.1 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 2. 279.1 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 3. 261.0 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 4. 256.2 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 256.2 RHODES, Brian ...........................................................1995-98 6. 246.0 CAMPBELL, Ben .........................................................2006-09 7. 245.1 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 8. 238.2 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 9. 222.1 DAVIS, Chris ...............................................................1993-96 10. 216.0 HODGE, Steven ...........................................................1990-93 Most strikeouts 1. 284 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 2. 234 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 3. 220 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 4. 207 ENGLISH, Michael ......................................................1997-98 5. 202 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 6. 185 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 7. 178 RHODES, Brian ...........................................................1995-98 178 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 9. 149 BOYD, Eric ..................................................................2000-03 10. 131 PLANCK, Daniel ..........................................................1997-00 Most batters faced 1. 1246 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 2. 1172 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 3. 1145 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 4. 1113 RHODES, Brian ...........................................................1995-98 5. 1108 CAMPBELL, Ben .........................................................2006-09

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1071 1045 1028 988 956

COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 HODGE, Steven ...........................................................1990-93 DAVIS, Chris ...............................................................1993-96

Most hit batters 1. 29 TAFAZZOLI, Matt.........................................................2004-07 29 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 3. 27 WARD, Zach ................................................................2003-05 4. 24 CAMPBELL, Ben .........................................................2006-09 5. 22 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 6. 21 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 7. 20 COLLINS, Brook..........................................................1998-02 20 BOYD, Eric ..................................................................2000-03 9. 19 ROTHEM, Dan .............................................................2000-02 19 TEAGUE, Brad.............................................................1994-97 Most runners picked off 1. 32 CAMPBELL, Ben .........................................................2006-09 2. 22 SIAK, Joey ..................................................................2002-04 3. 10 GONZALEZ, Abe .....................................................2000,03-04 4. 7 LONG, Jeff ..................................................................2001-04 7 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-09 6. 6 COGDILL, Wes ............................................................2005-08 7. 5 RINEHART, Jeff ...........................................................1999-03 8. 4 BAN, Jonathon ............................................................2006-09 4 STACKHOUSE, Brett .......................................... 2008-Present 10. 3 HILL, Bobby ................................................................1994-95

FIELDING (CAREER) Highest fielding pct. (minimum 800 chances) 1. .993 COLLINS, Andy .................... (1061-77-8) ...................1992-95 2. .991 QUIRELLO, Ryan ................... (861-50-8) ...................2003-04 3. .988 PRUETT, Sammy.................. (981-57-13) ...................1998-00 4. .986 GLUECKERT, Jim ................ (994-145-16) ...................2001-04 5. .984 McCANN, Jeremy ................. (782-37-13) ...................2005-06 6. .964 LALLI, Blake ...................... (820-275-41) ..............2002,04-06 7. .925 MILFORD, Jon David .......... (225-526-61) ...................2002-05 Most chances 1. 1155 2. 1146 3. 1136 4. 1051 5. 919 6. 901 7. 892 8. 832 9. 812 10. 777

GLUECKERT, Jim .........................................................2001-04 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 QUIRELLO, Ryan .........................................................2003-04 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10 McCANN, Jeremy ........................................................2005-06 MILFORD, Jon David ...................................................2002-05 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09

Most putouts 1. 1061 2. 994 3. 981 4. 861 5. 820 6. 782 7. 756 8. 619 9. 604 10. 538

COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 GLUECKERT, Jim .........................................................2001-04 PRUETT, Sammy.........................................................1998-00 QUIRELLO, Ryan .........................................................2003-04 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 McCANN, Jeremy ........................................................2005-06 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10 SPAKE, Bubbie ...........................................................2008-09 MacDONALD, Nate ......................................................2004-07 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010

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Most assists 1. 526 2. 428 3. 422 4. 322 5. 320 6. 308 7. 298 8. 292 9. 275 10. 263

MILFORD, Jon David ...................................................2002-05 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 JOHNSON, Tyler .........................................................2006-09 JONES, Doug ..............................................................1990-93 WATTS, Chip .........................................................1999,01-03 DREWERY, Josh ...........................................................2006-08 ABERNATHY, Clint ......................................................2001-04 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 McQUINIFF, Jason .......................................................1993-96

Highest on base pct. (minimum 150 AB) 1. .497 MILLER, Brock......................... (156 AB) ........................2008 2. .486 GENTRY, Wes ........................... (180 AB) ........................1998 3. .478 LALLI, Blake ............................ (208 AB) ........................2006 4. .472 MILLER, Brock......................... (193 AB) ........................2009 5. .470 PRUETT, Sammy...................... (185 AB) ........................1998 6. .466 WRIGHT, Terry ......................... (196 AB) ........................1994 7. .462 LOYD, Justin ............................ (195 AB) ........................2009 8. .460 SICKLES, Ryan ........................ (171 AB) ........................2005 9. .459 LEVERETT, Blake ..................... (248 AB) ........................2000 10. .454 WATTS, Jake............................. (174 AB) ........................2010

Most double plays turned 1. 89 RIZZUTO, Matt ............................................................2006-09 2. 78 DREWERY, Josh ................................................. 2006-08, 2010 3. 73 JOHNSON, Tyler .........................................................2006-09 4. 47 SPAKE, Bubbie ...........................................................2008-09 5. 45 MILLER, Aaron................................................... 2008-Present 6. 33 LOYD, Justin ...............................................................2006-09 7. 31 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 8. 28 MacDONALD, Nate ......................................................2004-07 9. 25 McCANN, Jeremy ........................................................2005-06 10. 23 MERCK, Daniel ................................................................2010

Highest stolen base pct. (minimum 15 attempts) 1. .913 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (21-23) ........................1994 2. .897 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (26-29) ........................2008 3. .893 SWEAT, Ashley ........................... (25-28) ........................1999 4. .889 McCANN, Jeremy ....................... (16-18) ........................2005 .889 BRADFORD, Sam ....................... (16-18) ........................2001 6. .875 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (14-16) ........................1992 7. .868 MILLER, Brock........................... (33-38) ........................2008 8. .867 COOKE, Daniel........................... (26-30) ........................2009 9. .850 AHEARN, Jon ............................. (17-20) ........................2007 10. .846 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (22-26) ........................1993

Most passed balls 1. 15 GLUECKERT, Jim .........................................................2001-04 2. 14 BOYLES, Ty ................................................................2007-10 3. 13 GENTRY, Wes ..............................................................1996-99 4. 9 HARRIS, S...................................................................2006-07 9 McFARLAND, O.J. ........................................................2007-09 9 BENNETT, Jay .............................................................2001-03 7. 5 LALLI, Blake ..........................................................2002,04-06 8. 4 McCONNELL, Jay ........................................................2005-07 4 COLLINS, Andy ...........................................................1992-95 10. 3 MOSER, Walt ..............................................................1995-96

Most games played 1. 65 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 65 SWEAT, Ashley .................................................................2000 65 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 4. 64 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 5. 61 BRADFORD, Sam .............................................................2001 6. 60 THOMPSON, Darin ..........................................................2001 7. 59 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2002 59 WATTS, Chip ...................................................................2002 59 WATTS, Chip ...................................................................2001 59 EVANS, Corey...................................................................2002

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

Most games started 1. 65 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 65 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 3. 64 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 4. 62 SWEAT, Ashley .................................................................2000 5. 60 BRADFORD, Sam .............................................................2001 6. 59 WATTS, Chip ...................................................................2002 59 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2002 8. 58 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2008 58 STYERS, Sammy .............................................................2002 58 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2008 58 THOMPSON, Darin ..........................................................2002

HITTING (SEASON) Highest batting avg. (minimum 150 AB) 1. .408 WRIGHT, Terry .......................... (80-196) ........................1994 2. .403 LEVERETT, Blake .................... (100-248) ........................2000 3. .400 LOYD, Justin ............................. (78-195) ........................2009 4. .397 MILLER, Brock.......................... (62-156) ........................2008 5. .394 GENTRY, Wes ............................ (71-180) ........................1998 6. .390 GENTRY, Wes ............................ (78-200) ........................1999 7. .389 LALLI, Blake ............................. (81-208) ........................2006 8. .384 PRUETT, Sammy....................... (71-185) ........................1998 9. .384 LALLI, Blake ............................. (84-219) ........................2005 10. .380 SICKLES, Ryan ......................... (65-171) ........................2005 Highest slugging pct. (minimum 150 AB) 1. .756 GENTRY, Wes ........................... 2. .661 PRUETT, Sammy...................... 3. .653 LEVERETT, Blake ..................... 4. .648 WRIGHT, Terry ......................... 5. .646 BOYLES, Ty ............................. 6. .641 LOYD, Justin ............................ 7. .638 PRUETT, Sammy...................... 8. .620 LALLI, Blake ............................ 9. .614 FUTRELLE, David .................... 10. .610 PRUETT, Sammy......................

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(180 AB) ........................1998 (254 AB) ........................2000 (248 AB) ........................2000 (196 AB) ........................1994 (175 AB) ........................2009 (195 AB) ........................2009 (185 AB) ........................1998 (208 AB) ........................2006 (171 AB) ........................2002 (200 AB) ........................1999

Most at bats 1. 267 2. 254 3. 248 4. 242 242 6. 240 7. 228 8. 227 227 10. 225 225

COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2008 MILLER, Aaron.................................................................2010 FULGINITI, Kurt ...............................................................2010 MALONEY, Matt ...............................................................2006 WATTS, Chip ...................................................................2002 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2008 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2002 BRADFORD, Sam .............................................................2001

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Most runs scored 1. 70 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 2. 63 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 3. 61 MILLER, Brock.................................................................2009 61 SWEAT, Ashley .................................................................1999 5. 56 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2009 6. 55 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 55 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2008 55 MILLER, Aaron.................................................................2011 10. 53 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2008 53 FULGINITI, Kurt ...............................................................2010

Most runs batted in 1. 87 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 2. 69 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 69 GENTRY, Wes ...................................................................1999 4. 63 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 5. 56 LOYD, Justin ....................................................................2009 6. 55 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................1999 55 LOYD, Justin ....................................................................2008 8. 53 WATTS, Jake....................................................................2011 9. 51 McCANN, Jeremy .............................................................2006 10. 50 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000

Most hits 1. 100 2. 95 3. 91 4. 84 84 6. 82 7. 81 81 81 10. 80

LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2005 WATTS, Jake....................................................................2011 MILLER, Aaron.................................................................2010 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2006 LOYD, Justin ....................................................................2008 MERCK, Daniel ................................................................2010 WRIGHT, Terry .................................................................1994

Most total bases 1. 168 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 2. 162 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 3. 139 MALONEY, Matt ...............................................................2006 4. 136 GENTRY, Wes ...................................................................1998 5. 131 MALONEY, Matt ...............................................................2005 6. 130 FULGINITI, Kurt ...............................................................2010 7. 129 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2005 129 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2006 9. 127 WRIGHT, Terry .................................................................1994 10. 125 LOYD, Justin ....................................................................2009

Most doubles 1. 30 2. 26 3. 25 4. 23 23 6. 21 7. 20 20 9. 19 19

LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2005 MALONEY, Matt ...............................................................2006 QUATTLEBAUM, Dusty ....................................................2011 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 MERCK, Daniel ................................................................2010 LOYD, Justin ....................................................................2009 FULGINITI, Kurt ...............................................................2010 THOMPSON, Darin ..........................................................2002 DREWERY, Josh ................................................................2010

Most triples 1. 12 2. 8 8 4. 6 6 6. 5 5 5 9. 4

WRIGHT, Terry .................................................................1994 McQUINIFF, Jason ............................................................1995 McCANN, Jeremy .............................................................2005 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2008 MOSER, Walt ...................................................................1996 COMBS, Randy ................................................................1999 WRIGHT, Terry .................................................................1992 MALONEY, Matt ...............................................................2005 Several Tied

Most home runs 1. 16 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 2. 15 BOYLES, Ty .....................................................................2009 15 GENTRY, Wes ...................................................................1998 4. 14 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 14 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 6. 13 McSWAIN, Roger .............................................................1971 7. 12 FUTRELLE, David ............................................................2003 12 GILLIARD, Willie ..............................................................1990 12 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................1999 12 BRADFORD, Sam .............................................................2001 12 BRADFORD, Sam .............................................................2003

Most walks 1. 39 2. 37 3. 35 35 5. 33 6. 32 7. 31 31 9. 30 10. 29 29 29 29 29

SWEAT, Ashley .................................................................2000 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2007 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2006 MERCK, Daniel ................................................................2011 CHOATE, Will ...................................................................1994 COLLINS, Andy ................................................................1995 BRADFORD, Sam .............................................................2002 BOYLES, Ty .....................................................................2010 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2006 GENTRY, Wes ...................................................................1998 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2008 GENTRY, Wes ...................................................................1999 HARRISON, Jim ...............................................................2000 MILLER, Brock.................................................................2009

Most times hit by pitch 1. 22 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 2. 13 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2008 13 RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2009 4. 11 BRIDGES, Matt.................................................................2005 11 MILLER, Brock.................................................................2008 11 MERCK, Daniel ................................................................2010 7. 10 SWEAT, Ashley .................................................................1999 10 LOYD, Justin ....................................................................2008 10 RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2008 10 HARRISON, Jim ...............................................................2000 Most times struck out 1. 57 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2008 2. 56 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 3. 52 QUIRELLO, Ryan ..............................................................2004 52 McCARSON, Billy.............................................................2005 5. 51 JACKSON, Benji ...............................................................2011 6. 48 QUIRELLO, Ryan ..............................................................2003 48 RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2007 48 DREWERY, Josh ................................................................2010

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Most sacrifice flies 1. 8 GENTRY, Wes ...................................................................1999 2. 7 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2008 7 COMBS, Randy ................................................................2000 4. 6 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................1999 6 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 6 COOKE, Daniel.................................................................2009 6 DREWERY, Josh ................................................................2010 8. 5 WATTS, Jake....................................................................2011 5 HARRIS, John...................................................................2011 10. 4 MILLER, Aaron.................................................................2011 Most sacrifice hits 1. 14 MILFORD, Jon David ........................................................2005 2. 13 SWEAT, Ashley .................................................................2000 3. 9 JOHNSON, Tyler ..............................................................2008 9 KINARD, Jamall ...............................................................2007 5. 8 MILLER, Brock.................................................................2009 6. 7 MILFORD, Jon David ........................................................2003 7 POOLE, Travis .................................................................1994 7 BRIDGES, Matt.................................................................2005 7 EVANS, Corey...................................................................2002 10. 6 Several Tied Most stolen bases 1. 37 MILLER, Brock ........................... (37-47) ........................2009 2. 33 MILLER, Brock ........................... (33-38) ........................2008 3. 31 COOKE, Daniel ........................... (31-37) ........................2008 4. 27 MERCK, Daniel ........................... (27-33) ........................2010 5. 26 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (26-29) ........................2008 26 COOKE, Daniel ........................... (26-30) ........................2009 26 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (26-35) ........................2007 8. 25 SWEAT, Ashley ........................... (25-28) ........................1999 9. 22 COOKE, Daniel ........................... (22-27) ........................2007 22 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (22-26) ........................1993 Most times caught stealing 1. 10 MILLER, Brock (37-47) ....................2009 2. 9 KINARD, Jamall (26-35) ...................2007 3. 7 RIZZUTO, Matt (10-17).....................2007 7 MILLER, Aaron (11-18) ....................2010 5. 6 TESTA, Joey (3-9)............................2004 6 BRADFORD, Sam (9-15) ..................2003 6 COOKE, Daniel (31-37) ....................2008 6 SICKLES, Ryan (5-11) ......................2005 9. 5 Several Tied Most stolen base attempts 1. 47 MILLER, Brock ........................... (37-47) ........................2009 2. 38 MILLER, Brock........................... (33-38) ........................2008 3. 37 COOKE, Daniel ........................... (31-37) ........................2008 4. 35 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (26-35) ........................2007 5. 33 MERCK, Daniel ........................... (27-33) ........................2010 6. 30 COOKE, Daniel ........................... (26-30) ........................2009 7. 29 KINARD, Jamall ......................... (26-29) ........................2008 8. 28 SWEAT, Ashley ........................... (25-28) ........................1999 9. 27 COOKE, Daniel ........................... (22-27) ........................2007 10. 26 WRIGHT, Terry ........................... (22-26) ........................1993

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PITCHING (SEASON) Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 20 IP) 1. 1.72 PLANCK, Daniel ....................... (31.1 IP) ........................1997 2. 1.80 PAEPLOW, Kyle ........................ (20.0 IP) ........................2008 3. 1.84 LAIL, Bobby ............................. (53.2 IP) ........................1971 4. 1.89 PLANCK, Daniel ....................... (57.0 IP) ........................2000 1.89 HOWELL, Jeff ........................... (47.2 IP) ........................2011 6. 2.19 RINEHART, Jeff ........................ (37.0 IP) ........................2003 7. 2.50 GONZALEZ, Abe ...................... (108.0 IP) ........................2000 8. 2.67 PARKS, Eric ............................. (27.0 IP) ........................1998 9. 2.77 STACKHOUSE, Brett ................. (39.0 IP) ........................2011 10. 2.81 COLLINS, Brook....................... (64.0 IP) ........................2002 Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 20 IP) 1. .189 TEAGUE, Brad.......................... (46.1 IP) ........................1997 2. .189 PLANCK, Daniel ....................... (57.0 IP) ........................2000 3. .194 GONZALEZ, Abe ...................... (108.0 IP) ........................2000 4. .195 SIAK, Joey ............................... (87.2 IP) ........................2002 5. .198 PLANCK, Daniel ....................... (31.0 IP) ........................1998 6. .202 HOWELL, Jeff ................................(47.2) ........................2011 7. .205 HODGE, Steven ........................ (80.1 IP) ........................1993 8. .208 PARKS, Eric ............................. (27.0 IP) ........................1998 9. .210 GREENE, Wesley ...................... (31.2 IP) ........................1999 10. .211 RINEHART, Jeff ........................ (37.0 IP) ........................2003 .211 MARTIN, Brandon.................... (24.2 IP) ........................2004 Fewest walks allowed/9 inn game (minimum 20 IP) 1. 1.18 WILSON, Dennis ...................... (61.0 IP) ........................1991 2. 1.59 HODGE, Steven ........................ (34.0 IP) ........................1991 3. 1.62 DAVIS, Chris ............................ (72.0 IP) ........................1996 4. 1.65 SIAK, Joey ............................... (87.1 IP) ........................2004 5. 1.71 TAFAZZOLI, Matt...................... (31.2 IP) ........................2004 6. 1.72 BAN, Jonathon ......................... (68.0 IP) ........................2007 7. 1.79 TAFAZZOLI, Matt...................... (50.1 IP) ........................2005 8. 1.80 PAEPLOW, Kyle ........................ (20.0 IP) ........................2008 9. 1.82 RHODES, Brian ........................ (29.2 IP) ........................1995 10. 1.83 HODGE, Steven ........................ (59.0 IP) ........................1992 Most strikeouts/9 inn game (minimum 20 IP) 1. 11.97 WARD, Zach ............................. (79.2 IP) ........................2004 2. 11.68 MARTIN, Brandon.................... (24.2 IP) ........................2004 3. 10.90 LAIL, Bobby ............................. (53.2 IP) ........................1971 4. 10.80 MARTIN, Brandon.................... (50.0 IP) ........................2005 5. 10.49 WARD, Zach ............................ (109.0 IP) ........................2005 6. 10.36 WELLMON, Kevin..................... (28.2 IP) ........................2000 7. 10.19 GONZALEZ, Abe ....................... (65.1 IP) ........................2003 8. 10.16 ENGLISH, Michael .................. (103.2 IP) ........................1998 9. 9.81 HOWELL, Jeff ................................(47.2) ........................2011 10. 9.75 SIAK, Joey ............................... (87.2 IP) ........................2002 Most wins 1. 11 2. 8 8 8 5. 7

GONZALEZ, Abe (11-2) ....................................................2000 COLLINS, Brook (8-3) ......................................................1999 MARTIN, Josh (8-0) .........................................................2005 SIAK, Joey (8-6) ..............................................................2003 Several Tied

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Most losses 1. 9 2. 8 3. 7 7 7 7 7 8. 6

WARD, Zach ................................... (7-9) ........................2005 RHODES, Brian .............................. (2-8) ........................1996 ENGLISH, Michael ......................... (3-7) ........................1997 LONG, Jeff ..................................... (2-7) ........................2001 WHITE, Chris ................................. (2-7) ........................1992 HILL, Bobby ................................... (6-7) ........................1995 BEAL, Webster ............................... (1-7) ........................2007 Several Tied

Most saves 1. 9 2. 8 8 4. 7 5. 6 6 6 8. 5 5 5

PLANCK, Daniel ...............................................................1999 MARTIN, Brandon............................................................2005 WELLMON, Kevin.............................................................2000 HOWELL, Jeff ..................................................................2011 COLLINS, Brook...............................................................1998 IZOKOVIC, Adam ..............................................................2010 IZOKOVIC, Adam ..............................................................2011 PLANCK, Daniel ...............................................................2000 WELLMON, Kevin.............................................................2002 KONAS, Clay ....................................................................2001

Most appearances 1. 31 STACKHOUSE, Brett ........................................................2011 2. 30 HOWELL, Jeff ..................................................................2011 3. 26 BEAL, Webster .................................................................2007 26 COGDILL, Wes .................................................................2008 26 WELLMON, Kevin.............................................................2000 26 PLANCK, Daniel ...............................................................2000 7. 25 BULLARD, Adam ..............................................................2008 25 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2006 25 MARTIN, Brandon............................................................2005 25 IZOKOVIC, Adam ..............................................................2010 Most games started 1. 17 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2007 2. 16 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 3. 15 HEILIGENSTADT, Erik ......................................................2011 15 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2005 15 ENGLISH, Michael ...........................................................1998 15 BEAL, Webster .................................................................2008 15 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2000 8. 14 BAN, Jonathon .................................................................2008 14 LONG, Jeff .......................................................................2004 10. 13 Several Tied Most complete games 1. 7 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 7 LONG, Jeff .......................................................................2004 7 LONG, Jeff .......................................................................2003 4. 5 COLLINS, Brook...............................................................1999 5 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2005 5 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2000 5 ROTHEM, Dan ..................................................................2001 5 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2002 9. 4 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2004 4 CROUSE, Brian ................................................................1999 4 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2004

Most shutouts 1. 3 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 3 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2002 3. 2 CROUSE, Brian ................................................................1999 4. 1 Several Tied

Most innings pitched 1. 109.0 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2005 2. 108.0 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2000 3. 104.1 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 4. 103.2 ENGLISH, Michael ...........................................................1998 5. 100.0 LYNCH, Joey ....................................................................1995 6. 99.0 ROTHEM, Dan ..................................................................2001 7. 95.2 HILL, Bobby .....................................................................1995 8. 95.1 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2007 9. 90.1 RHODES, Brian ................................................................1997 10. 87.2 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2002 Most strikeouts 1. 127 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2005 2. 117 ENGLISH, Michael ...........................................................1998 3. 106 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2004 4. 95 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2002 5. 90 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2000 90 ENGLISH, Michael ...........................................................1997 7. 81 LONG, Jeff .......................................................................2004 8. 74 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2003 9. 73 BOYD, Eric .......................................................................2001 10. 72 ROTHEM, Dan ..................................................................2001 Most batters faced 1. 491 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2005 2. 458 ENGLISH, Michael ...........................................................1998 3. 450 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 4. 431 LYNCH, Joey ....................................................................1995 5. 430 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2000 6. 418 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2007 7. 405 BEAL, Webster .................................................................2008 8. 402 HODGE, Steven ................................................................1993 9. 388 HILL, Bobby .....................................................................1995 10. 368 BAN, Jonathon .................................................................2008 Most at bats against 1. 429 WARD, Zach .....................................................................2005 2. 412 ENGLISH, Michael ...........................................................1998 3. 407 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 4. 390 LYNCH, Joey ....................................................................1995 5. 381 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2000 6. 380 HODGE, Steven ................................................................1993 7. 372 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2007 8. 363 ROTHEM, Dan ..................................................................2001 9. 358 HILL, Bobby .....................................................................1995 10. 349 BEAL, Webster .................................................................2008 Most runners picked off 1. 11 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2006 2. 8 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2003 8 SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2004 8 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2007 5. 7 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2008 6. 6 CAMPBELL, Ben ..............................................................2009

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8. 9.

6 5 4 4 4 4

SIAK, Joey .......................................................................2002 LONG, Jeff .......................................................................2004 BOYLES, Ty .....................................................................2009 GONZALEZ, Abe ...............................................................2003 RINEHART, Jeff ................................................................2002 COGDILL, Wes .................................................................2007

FIELDING (SEASON) Highest fielding pct. (minimum 250 chances) 1. 1.000 COLLINS, Andy ..................... (412-24-0) ........................1994 2. .998 QUIRELLO, Ryan ................... (436-22-1) ........................2004 3. .992 COLLINS, Andy ..................... (492-32-4) ........................1995 4. .990 GLUECKERT, Jim ................... (272-40-3) ........................2003 5. .989 PRUETT, Sammy................... (448-17-5) ........................1999 6. .989 GLUECKERT, Jim ................... (305-44-4) ........................2004 7. .989 MacDONALD, Nate ................ (239-19-3) ........................2007 8. .987 SPAKE, Bubbie ..................... (429-15-6) ........................2008 9. .987 LOKKEN, Jeremiah................ (283-12-4) ........................2007 10. .986 McCANN, Jeremy .................. (417-14-6) ........................2005 Most chances 1. 581 2. 528 3. 517 4. 470 5. 460 6. 459 7. 450 8. 437 9. 436 10. 432

PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 COLLINS, Andy ................................................................1995 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2002 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................1999 QUIRELLO, Ryan ..............................................................2003 QUIRELLO, Ryan ..............................................................2004 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 McCANN, Jeremy .............................................................2005 COLLINS, Andy ................................................................1994 DREWERY, Josh ................................................................2010

Most putouts 1. 533 2. 492 3. 462 4. 448 5. 436 6. 429 7. 425 8. 417 9. 412 10. 408

PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................2000 COLLINS, Andy ................................................................1995 LALLI, Blake ....................................................................2002 PRUETT, Sammy..............................................................1999 QUIRELLO, Ryan ..............................................................2004 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 QUIRELLO, Ryan ..............................................................2003 McCANN, Jeremy .............................................................2005 COLLINS, Andy ................................................................1994 DREWERY, Josh ................................................................2010

Most assists 1. 188 2. 160 3. 152 4. 146 146 6. 138 7. 137 8. 135 9. 134 134

MILFORD, Jon David ........................................................2005 RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2007 MILLER, Aaron.................................................................2010 McQUINIFF, Jason ............................................................1996 LEVERETT, Blake .............................................................2000 BRIDGES, Matt.................................................................2005 MILFORD, Jon David ........................................................2003 JOHNSON, Tyler ..............................................................2008 JOHNSON, Tyler ..............................................................2009 POOLE, Travis .................................................................1994

Most double plays turned 1. 37 SPAKE, Bubbie ................................................................2008 2. 33 DREWERY, Josh ................................................................2010 33 MILLER, Aaron.................................................................2010 4. 31 COLLINS, Andy ................................................................1995 5. 28 RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2008

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27 27 25 25 24

RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2009 RIZZUTO, Matt .................................................................2007 McCANN, Jeremy .............................................................2006 JOHNSON, Tyler ..............................................................2008 MacDONALD, Nate ...........................................................2007

TEAM SEASON RECORDS HITTING (SEASON) Highest batting avg. (Minimum 800 at bats) 1. .327 (574-1755) ......................................................................2009 2. .324 (281-866)........................................................................1971 3. .321 (694-2162) ......................................................................2008 4. .312 (674-2161) .......................................................................2000 .312 (634-2032) .......................................................................2010 6. .308 (547-1777) .......................................................................1999 7. .306 (614-2005) ......................................................................2005 8. .302 (627-2076) .......................................................................2011 9. .301 (489-1624) .......................................................................1998 10. .300 (456-1522) ......................................................................1994 Highest slugging pct. (Minimum 800 at bats) 1. .587 (866 AB) .........................................................................1971 2. .512 (1755 AB) ........................................................................2009 3. .463 (2032 AB) ........................................................................2010 4. .462 (2162 AB) .......................................................................2008 5. .461 (1624 AB) .......................................................................1998 6. .456 (2005 AB) ........................................................................2005 7. .453 (2161 AB) ........................................................................2000 8. .451 (1938 AB) ........................................................................2001 9. .451 (1777 AB) ........................................................................1999 10. .436 (1522 AB) .......................................................................1994 Highest on base pct. (Minimum 800 at bats) 1. .398 (1755 AB) .......................................................................2009 2. .395 (2162 AB) ........................................................................2008 3. .393 (1777 AB) ........................................................................1999 4. .389 (2161 AB) .......................................................................2000 5. .385 (1522 AB) ........................................................................1994 6. .382 (1624 AB) .......................................................................1998 7. .376 (2005 AB) .......................................................................2005 8. .377 (2032 AB) ........................................................................2010 9. .370 (2076 AB) ........................................................................2011 10. .364 (1938 AB) .......................................................................2001 Highest stolen base pct. 1. 1.000 (64-64) ...........................................................................1971 2. .829 (29-35) ...........................................................................1997 3. .824 (122-148).........................................................................2008 4. .806 (50-62) ............................................................................1994 5. .803 (106-132)........................................................................2009 6. .788 (41-52) ...........................................................................1996 7. .774 (41-53) ...........................................................................1999 8. .758 (50-66) ...........................................................................2002 9. .753 (119-158)........................................................................2007 10. .745 (41-55) ...........................................................................2000 Most games played 1. 65 ........................................................................................2000 2. 61 ........................................................................................2001 3. 59 ........................................................................................2008

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59 58 58 58 57 56 55 55

Most at bats 1. 2162 2. 2161 3. 2076 4. 2032 5. 2005 6. 1963 7. 1944 8. 1938 9. 1902 10. 1777

........................................................................................2002 ........................................................................................2005 ........................................................................................2007 ........................................................................................2011 ........................................................................................2004 ........................................................................................2003 ........................................................................................2006 ........................................................................................2010

........................................................................................2008 ........................................................................................2000 ........................................................................................2011 ........................................................................................2010 ........................................................................................2005 ........................................................................................2007 ........................................................................................2002 ........................................................................................2001 ........................................................................................2006 ........................................................................................1999

Most runs scored 1. 464 ........................................................................................2000 2. 442 ........................................................................................2008 3. 399 ........................................................................................2011 4. 389 ........................................................................................1999 5. 385 ........................................................................................2010 6. 374 ........................................................................................2005 374 ........................................................................................2009 8. 344 ........................................................................................2001 9. 336 ........................................................................................2002 10. 308 ........................................................................................1996 Most hits 1. 694 2. 674 3. 634 4. 627 5. 614 6. 574 7. 572 8. 556 9. 547 10. 540

........................................................................................2008 ........................................................................................2000 ........................................................................................2010 ........................................................................................2011 ........................................................................................2005 ........................................................................................2009 ........................................................................................2001 ........................................................................................2002 ........................................................................................1999 ........................................................................................2007

5. 6.

18 ........................................................................................1995 17 ........................................................................................2008 17 ........................................................................................1997 8. 16 ........................................................................................1996 9. 15 ........................................................................................2001 10. 14 ........................................................................................1991 14 ........................................................................................1998 14 ........................................................................................2000 14 ........................................................................................2010 Most home runs 1. 65 ........................................................................................2009 2. 55 ........................................................................................1971 3. 52 ........................................................................................2008 4. 51 ........................................................................................2001 5. 49 ........................................................................................2003 6. 48 ........................................................................................1998 7. 47 ........................................................................................2000 8. 46 ........................................................................................2005 46 ........................................................................................2004 46 ........................................................................................2010 Most runs batted in 1. 411 ........................................................................................2000 2. 406 ........................................................................................2008 3. 358 ........................................................................................2011 4. 345 ........................................................................................2010 5. 340 ........................................................................................2009 6. 335 ........................................................................................2005 7. 332 ........................................................................................1999 8. 301 ........................................................................................2001 9. 299 ........................................................................................2002 10. 272 ........................................................................................2006 Most total bases 1. 999 ........................................................................................2008 2. 979 ........................................................................................2000 3. 941 ........................................................................................2010 4. 914 ........................................................................................2005 5. 899 ........................................................................................2009 6. 875 ........................................................................................2001 7. 846 ........................................................................................2011 8. 820 ........................................................................................2002 9. 806 ........................................................................................2006 10. 801 ........................................................................................1999

Most doubles 1. 141 2. 136 3. 120 4. 118 5. 116 6. 115 7. 107 8. 106 9. 104 10. 99

........................................................................................2010 ........................................................................................2000 ........................................................................................2001 ........................................................................................2011 ........................................................................................2005 ........................................................................................2008 ........................................................................................2006 ........................................................................................2002 ........................................................................................2009 ........................................................................................1999

Most walks 1. 247 2. 222 3. 206 4. 202 5. 200 6. 198 7. 195 8. 192 9. 191 10. 189

Most triples 1. 29 2. 23 3. 22 4. 20

........................................................................................1994 ........................................................................................2005 ........................................................................................1999 ........................................................................................2007

Fewest walks 1. 123 ........................................................................................2003 2. 132 ........................................................................................2004 3. 155 ........................................................................................1993

........................................................................................2000 ........................................................................................1999 ........................................................................................1995 ........................................................................................2008 ........................................................................................2007 ........................................................................................2011 ........................................................................................2001 ........................................................................................2002 ........................................................................................1994 ........................................................................................2005

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157 159 166 172 178 182 185

........................................................................................1997 ........................................................................................1996 ........................................................................................2009 ........................................................................................1991 ........................................................................................1990 ........................................................................................1992 ........................................................................................2006

Most times hit by pitch 1. 83 ........................................................................................2008 2. 55 ........................................................................................2009 3. 46 ........................................................................................2005 46 ........................................................................................2000 5. 45 ........................................................................................2007 45 ........................................................................................2004 7. 42 ........................................................................................1999 8. 41 ........................................................................................2011 9. 40 ........................................................................................2003 10. 38 ........................................................................................2010

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66 64 56 55 55

................................................... (66-87) ........................2011 .................................................. (64-64) ........................1971 ................................................... (56-83) ........................2003 ................................................... (55-84) ........................2005 .................................................. (55-74) ........................2001

Most stolen base attempts 1. 158 ................................................(119-158) ........................2007 2. 148 ............................................... (122-148) ........................2008 3. 132 ............................................... (106-132) ........................2009 4. 124 ..................................................(50-124) ........................2004 5. 117 ..................................................(86-117) ........................2010 6. 94 ................................................... (69-94) ........................2006 7. 87 ................................................... (66-87) ........................2011 8. 84 ................................................... (55-84) ........................2005 9. 83 .................................................. (56-83) ........................2003 10. 74 .................................................. (55-74) ........................2001

PITCHING (SEASON)

Most times struck out 1. 404 ........................................................................................2011 2. 396 ........................................................................................2005 3. 388 ........................................................................................2007 4. 381 ........................................................................................2008 6. 379 ........................................................................................2003 6. 364 ........................................................................................2001 7. 358 ........................................................................................2010 8. 342 ........................................................................................2002 9. 340 ........................................................................................2004 10. 331 ........................................................................................2006

Lowest earned run avg. (Minimum 300 innings) 1. 3.76 (454.1 IP) ........................................................................2004 2. 4.22 (480.1 IP) .......................................................................2002 3. 4.41 (440.1 IP) .......................................................................2003 4. 4.49 (535.0 IP) .......................................................................2000 5. 4.54 (503.0 IP) .......................................................................2005 6. 4.63 (439.0 IP) .......................................................................1997 7. 4.64 (449.2 IP) .......................................................................1995 8. 4.78 (393.2 IP) ........................................................................1998 9. 4.90 (429.2 IP) ........................................................................1996 10. 4.93 (484.0 IP) .......................................................................2001

Most sacrifice flies 1. 35 ........................................................................................2000 2. 32 ........................................................................................2008 3. 25 ........................................................................................1996 4. 24 ........................................................................................2011 5. 23 ........................................................................................2009 23 ........................................................................................1999 7. 22 ........................................................................................2001 8. 19 ........................................................................................1994 19 ........................................................................................2010 10. 18 ........................................................................................1997

Lowest opponent batting avg. (Minimum 300 innings) 1. .168 (449.2 IP) .......................................................................1995 2. .254 (535.0 IP) .......................................................................2000 3. .254 (393.2 IP) ........................................................................1998 4. .266 (454.1 IP) ........................................................................2004 5. .268 (348.0 IP) ........................................................................1999 6. .273 (480.1 IP) .......................................................................2002 7. .276 (440.1 IP) ........................................................................2003 8. .280 (439.0 IP) ........................................................................1997 9. .283 (484.0 IP) .......................................................................2001 10. .287 (514.0 IP) ........................................................................2011

Most sacrifice hits 1. 46 ........................................................................................2007 2. 44 ........................................................................................1994 3. 42 ........................................................................................2000 4. 38 ........................................................................................2005 5. 31 ........................................................................................2003 6. 30 ........................................................................................2010 7. 29 ........................................................................................2002 8. 28 ........................................................................................1999 28 ........................................................................................1998 10. 26 ........................................................................................2001 26 ........................................................................................1991

Most strikeouts/9 inn game (Minimum 300 innings) 1. 7.80 (393.2 IP) ........................................................................1998 2. 7.76 (480.1 IP) .......................................................................2002 3. 7.71 (348.0 IP) .......................................................................1999 4. 7.67 (454.1 IP) ........................................................................2004 5. 7.50 (440.1 IP) ........................................................................2003 6. 7.44 (503.0 IP) .......................................................................2005 7. 7.16 (484.0 IP) .......................................................................2001 8. 7.01 (535.0 IP) .......................................................................2000 9. 6.40 (439.0 IP) ........................................................................1997 10. 5.67 (525.2 IP) .......................................................................2008

Most stolen bases 1. 122 ............................................... (122-148) ........................2008 2. 119 ................................................(119-158) ........................2007 3. 106 ................................................(106-132) ........................2009 4. 86 ..................................................(86-117) ........................2010 5. 69 ................................................... (69-94) ........................2006

(44-21) ............................................................................2000 (35-20) ...........................................................................1999 (34-23-1) .........................................................................2011 (33-23) ............................................................................2003 (32-25) ...........................................................................2004 (31-28) ............................................................................2002

Most wins 1. 44 2. 35 3. 34 4. 33 5. 32 6. 31

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Most saves 1. 16 16 3. 14 4. 12 5. 11 11 11 8. 10 10 10. 9 9

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Most batters faced 1. 2443 ........................................................................................2008 2. 2406 ........................................................................................2007 3. 2380 ........................................................................................2010 4. 2347 ........................................................................................2000 5. 2269 ........................................................................................2005 6. 2256 ........................................................................................2006 7. 2218 ........................................................................................2001 8. 2101 ........................................................................................2002 9. 2055 ........................................................................................2009 10. 2018 ........................................................................................1999

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Most complete games (Since 1990) 1. 20 ........................................................................................2003 2. 17 ........................................................................................2004 3. 14 ........................................................................................2001 14 ........................................................................................1994 5. 11 ........................................................................................2000 6. 10 ........................................................................................1999 7. 9 ........................................................................................1991 8. 8 ........................................................................................2005 8 ........................................................................................2002 8 ........................................................................................1992 8 ........................................................................................1995 Most shutouts (Since 1990) 1. 6 ........................................................................................2002 6 ........................................................................................2004 3. 5 ........................................................................................2003 5 ........................................................................................1999 5. 4 ........................................................................................2000 6. 3 ........................................................................................2001 3 ........................................................................................1995 8. 2 ........................................................................................2011 2 ........................................................................................2005 2 ........................................................................................2006 2 ........................................................................................1992 2 ........................................................................................1994 2 ........................................................................................1993 2 ........................................................................................1998 Most innings pitched 1. 535.0 ........................................................................................2000 2. 525.2 ........................................................................................2008 3. 523.1 ........................................................................................2007 4. 514.0 ........................................................................................2011 5. 503.0 ........................................................................................2005 6. 494.0 ........................................................................................2010 7. 484.0 ........................................................................................2001 8. 480.1 ........................................................................................2002 9. 478.2 ........................................................................................2006 10. 454.1 ........................................................................................2004 Most strikeouts 1. 417 ........................................................................................2000 2. 416 ........................................................................................2005 3. 414 ........................................................................................2002 4. 387 ........................................................................................2004 5. 385 ........................................................................................2001

367 358 341 331 312

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Most runners picked off 1. 28 ........................................................................................2004 2. 20 ........................................................................................2007 20 ........................................................................................2008 4. 19 ........................................................................................2003 5. 17 ........................................................................................2006 6. 14 ........................................................................................2009 7. 10 ........................................................................................1999 10 ........................................................................................2010 9. 5 ........................................................................................1996 10. 4 ........................................................................................2000 4 ........................................................................................1994

FIELDING (SEASON) Highest fielding pct. 1. .967 (1363-598-66) .................................................................2004 2. .966 (1567-609-76) ..................................................................2007 3. .966 (1577-646-78) .................................................................2008 4. .964 (1287-547-68) ..................................................................2009 5. .963 (1142-545-64) ..................................................................1994 .963 (1542-567-81) ..................................................................2011 7. .961 (1436-624-84) .................................................................2006 8. .959 (1321-546-80) .................................................................2003 9. .957 (1509-644-96) .................................................................2005 10. .957 (1156-540-77) ..................................................................1995 Most chances 1. 2337 2. 2301 3. 2252 4. 2249 5. 2230 6. 2190 7. 2154 8. 2144 9. 2096 10. 2027

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Most putouts 1. 1577 2. 1567 3. 1557 4. 1542

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1509 1482 1455 1441 1436 1363

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Most assists 1. 678 2. 650 3. 646 4. 644 5. 624 6. 609 609 8. 598 9. 584 10. 570

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Most errors 1. 125 2. 104 3. 102 4. 101 101 6. 100 100 8. 99 9. 96 10. 90

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Fewest errors 1. 64 2. 66 3. 68 4. 76 5. 77 6. 78 7. 80 8. 81 9. 84 10. 86

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THE .400 CLUB (Less than 100 at bats) Name ROBINSON, Gary

Year 1971

AB 73

R 28

H 34

BA .466

YOUNG, Rick

1976

76

26

34

.447

STEPP, Joe

1971

91

25

40

.439

ROGERS, David

1973

61

14

26

.426

JORDAN, Jimmy

1978

73

15

31

.425

ALRED, Butch

1973

48

11

20

.417

RIVERS, Martin

1979

68

10

28

.412

LEE, Scott

1986

69

14

28

.406

McSWAIN, Roger

1971

91

30

37

.405

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS OF NOTE Most Strikeouts In A Single Game: Eric Boyd, 16 at Newberry 4/26/2001 Most Stolen Bases In A Single Game: Brock Miller, 5 vs. Canisius, 2/22/2009 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS OF NOTE Most Stolen Bases In A Single Game: 12 (of 12) vs. Canisius, 2/22/2009

Most double plays turned 1. 60 ........................................................................................2011 2. 57 ........................................................................................2000 3. 52 ........................................................................................2008 4. 45 ........................................................................................2007 5. 44 ........................................................................................1999 6. 42 ........................................................................................2004 7. 41 ........................................................................................2010 8. 39 ........................................................................................1998 39 ........................................................................................2006 10. 38 ........................................................................................1996

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