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GENERAL INFORMATION

Appalachian Power Park .................................................................................................2 Marshall University ..................................................................................................... 4-5 City of Huntington, W.Va. ............................................................................................ 6-7 Athletics Administrators................................................................................................. 8 Marshall Sports Information.......................................................................................... 9 Conference-USA ..........................................................................................................10-12 Head Coach Jeff Waggoner ........................................................................................... 13 The Herd’s Coaching History ........................................................................................ 14 Assistant Coaches ......................................................................................................15-17 Tim Donnelly ................................................................................................................ 15 Joe Renner .................................................................................................................. 16 Andrew Blain/ Tyler Gatrell .....................................................................................17 2012 Season Outlook ..................................................................................................18-19 2011 Herd Challenge .......................................................................................................20 Comprehensive Schedule ............................................................................................. 21 Team Roster ..............................................................................................................22-23 The Herd’s 2012 Returning Class .........................................................................24-32 Seniors ..................................................................................................................24-27 Juniors..................................................................................................................28-30 Sophomores ..........................................................................................................31-32 The Herd’s 2012 Incoming Class .......................................................................... 33-37 2011 Overall Statistics....................................................................................................38 2011 Conference Statistics ...........................................................................................39 Herd in the Pros .........................................................................................................40-41 Marshall Baseball History .......................................................................................42-45 Marshall All-Time Records ...........................................................................................46 Marshall Season Record Holders .........................................................................47-49 Marshall Career Record Holders.......................................................................... 50-51

Credits: Editor......................................................................................................Daniel Manget Contributors............................................Ben Warnick, Ty Osborne, David Pifer, Matt Weber, Jeff Waggoner, Joe Renner, Tim Donnelly, Andrew Blain, Tyler Gatrell Photography ...........................................Rick Haye, Brad Helton, Melissa Meeks Cover Design ................................................................Daniel Manget, Ty Osborne MLB logos (pages 40-41) found at http://www.MLB.com

Founded: ..............................................................................................................................1837 Location: .......................................................................................................Huntington, W.Va. Enrollment: ...................................................................................................................... 14,196 Nickname: .....................................................................................................Thundering Herd Colors: ............................................................................................................... Green & White National Affiliation: .................................................................................................Division I Conference: ..................................................................................................Conference USA President: ............................................................Dr. Stephen K. Kopp [Notre Dame, ‘73] Director of Athletics: ........................................................Mike Hamrick [Marshall, ‘80] Assoc. AD/Chief of Staff: ............................................Jeff O’Malley [Miami-Ohio, ‘90] Assoc. AD/SWA: ...........................................Beatrice Crane Banford [N.C. State, ‘92] Assoc. AD/Compliance: .................................................... Derek Gwinn [Marshall, ‘03] Assoc. AD/Facilities: .................................................Scott Morehouse [Marshall, ‘99] Assoc. AD/Finance: .....................................................................David Steele [Rice, ‘82] Faculty Representative: .....................................Robert Bookwalter [Fresno St., ‘79]

FACILITIES Conference USA Games Stadium: ......................................................................................... Appalachian Power Park Location: ..................................................................................................... Charleston, W.Va. Capacity/Surface: .......................................................................................... 4,500/Grass Dimensions: ......................................................................................................330-400-320 Non-Conference Games Stadium: ......................................................................................................... Kennedy Center Location: ......................................................................................................Huntington, W.Va. Capacity/Surface: ..........................................................................................3,000/Grass Dimensions: ...................................................................................................... 330-375-400 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Stadium ..............................................................................................Linda K. Epling Stadium Location...............................................................................................................Beckley, W.Va. Capacity/Surface ............................................................................................ 2,500/Grass Dimensions ........................................................................................................ 325-400-325

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: .....................................Jeff Waggoner [Cleveland St., ‘98] Sixth Season Overall Record: .......................................................................................................120-156-1 Record at Marshall: ...............................................................................................120-156-1 Assistant Coach: ................................................Joe Renner [Northern Kentucky, ‘00] Assistant Coach: .................................................. Tim Donnelly [Hardin Simmons, ‘04] Volunteer Assistant: .........................................................Andrew Blain [Marshall ‘08] Director of Baseball Operations: ....................................Tyler Gatrell [Marshall, 10]

MARSHALL BASEBALL HISTORY First Year of Baseball: ...............................................................................................1896 Overall Record: ....................................................................... 1,252-1,377-12, 106 years Conference Championships: .............WV Collegiate Conference: ‘28, ‘29, ‘30, ‘31 ..............................Buckeye Conference: ‘33, ‘34, ‘35; Southern Conference: ‘78, ‘81 NCAA Tournament Appearances: ............................................................... 1973, 1978 Last NCAA Appearance: ..................1978 [def. FSU, Clemson, lost to Miami (Fla.)]

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Athletics Administration Dr. Stephen J. Kopp became the 36th President of Marshall University in July 2005. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and has been very proficient in acquiring grant funding, and has authored more than one hundred scientific papers. Dr. Kopp earned his B.S. at the University of Notre Dame majoring in biology and his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois in the field of physiology and biophysics.

Mike Hamrick, director of athletics at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas for the past six years and a 1980 graduate of Marshall University, has been named director of athletics at Marshall University, President Stephen J. Kopp announced on July 20, 2009. “In Mike Hamrick, we identified an outstanding leader for our athletic program, an individual of uncompromising integrity, experience and accomplishment,” Kopp said.

His academic career has included leadership positions with Midwestern University, Central Michigan University and Ohio University. As an administrator, he was the founding dean of both the College of Allied Health Professions at Midwestern University, and The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions at Central Michigan University, and recently served as the provost of Ohio University.

“He brings to Marshall University a vision for athletics that we can all embrace and support. His proven experience and accomplishments unequivocally demonstrate his ability to translate vision into action that leads to success. I cannot emphasize enough the value that this individual brings to our university and community. An added, but by no means less important quality of this individual is that he is a proud and successful Son of Marshall.”

West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin III refers to the leadership that President Kopp has brought to West Virginia as “placing Marshall University firmly on the path for future academic growth, positioning the university to be an engine of economic growth in our state and region.”

Hamrick played football at Marshall University from 1976 to 1980, starting at linebacker and defensive end his last two years. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in education from Marshall, he earned his master’s in sports administration from Ohio University in 1981.

In addition to serving as Marshall’s President, Dr. Kopp also serves on the boards of the Huntington Chamber of Commerce, the Huntington Area Development Council, the Huntington Museum of Art, the Marshall Artists Series, Advantage Valley, the West Virginia Roundtable, and the Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research and Innovation Center (MATRIC).

Prior to his position at UNLV, Hamrick was director of athletics at East Carolina University from 1995 to 2003. He also has been AD at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, assistant AD at Illinois State in Normal, Ill., and assistant AD at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas.

In his spare time, he enjoys Marshall athletics, reading, golf and spending time with his wife of 37 years, Jane. He also enjoys time with his devoted dog, Abby. He and Jane have two adult children and two grandchildren.

“It’s great to be back home,” Hamrick said. “I am thrilled to be rejoining the Marshall University family and plan to work hard to help advance the success of Thundering Herd athletics in all facets. I thank President Kopp for giving me this opportunity.” Hamrick is a native of Clendenin, W.Va., and a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. He and Soletta are the parents of three children - twin sons, Brett and Justin (23), and daughter, Mollie Ann (20).

Jeff O’Malley oversees the entire day-to-day operation of the Marshall Athletics program, including budgeting, compliance and representing Athletics Director Mike Hamrick at both conference and national meetings when needed. Additionally, O’Malley serves as the Sport Administrator for Marshall Baseball. O’Malley comes to Marshall after serving as Associate AD for Compliance and Regulatory Affairs at the University of Massachusetts. His duties at Massachusetts ranged from overseeing all compliance related issues, to serving as the department’s liaison to the University General Counsel on all legal issues, to overseeing the sport of men’s ice hockey, which included a budget in excess of $1 million. A 1990 graduate of Miami (Ohio) with a degree in Business Administration, O’Malley received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Dayton in 1994 and he is a member of the Ohio Bar. He worked for Marcum at Massachusetts since 1996. In addition to his time at Massachusetts, O’Malley also served as Compliance Coordinator at the University of Dayton from 1994-96. He serves on the board of directors of the River Cities United Way and is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association. Outside of his interests within the athletic department, O’Malley has worked as both a college and high school basketball official and is a member of the National Association of Sports Officials. O’Malley is married to the former Julie Lynch of Colrain, Mass. The couple has one son, Austin Sullivan, who was born in June of 2004.

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Marshall Sports Information MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant AD for Media Relations: ........................Jason Corriher (1st Year) Associate SID: ...............................................................Steven Schoon (1st Year) Grad Asst. SID (BSB Contact): .........................Daniel Manget (1st Year) Grad Asst. SID: .................................................................... Ty Osborne (1st Year) Grad Asst. SID: .....................................................................David Pifer (1st Year) Grad Asst. SID: ....................................................................Matt Weber (1st Year) Program Assistant: ..........................................................Amy Saxton (8th Year) Contact Information: Mailing Address: .......1801 Third Ave, Cam Henderson Center, Room 2036, Huntington, WV 25703 Phone:.............................................................................................................................................................304-696-5275 Fax:...................................................................................................................................................................304-606-2325

Website: .......................................................................http://www.HerdZone.com

BASEBALL SPORTS INFORMATION Baseball Contact: ................................................ Daniel Manget (Covenant, ‘09) Office Phone: ......................................................................................304-696-5276 Cell Phone: ..............................................................................................770-715-3131 Fax:.........................................................................................................304-696-2325 Email: ................................................................................manget@live.marshall.edu

MEDIA GUIDELINES Credentials Members of the media with valid press credentials will be admitted to the Kennedy YMCA Center. There is limited space at the official scorer’s table, so seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Game Day Coach Waggoner and requested players will be available for interviews on the field before batting practice begins, which is usually two and a half hours prior to the game. All interviews must be finished by the start of batting practice. Please contact the sports information office to request players and to confirm batting practice times. Telephone Service There is no direct telephone service at the Kennedy Center. A member of the sports information staff will have a cellular phone available, or media members are welcome to use the sports information office following games. Herd on the Web For up-to-date game stories, statistics, schedules, results and other MU athletics department information, please visit http://www.HerdZone.com. MU Sports Information The Marshall Sports Information office will provide updated statistics, scorecards, team rosters and game-day notes prior to each game. Final game statistics also will be provided at the conclusion of each home game. For additional post-game information, please contact a member of Marshall’s Sports Information staff.

NEWSPAPERS Ashland Daily Independent 224 17th Street Ashland, KY 41101 P: 606.329.2600 www.dailyindependent.com

Ironton Tribune 2903 South Fifth Street Ironton, OH 45638 P: 704.532.1441/F: 740.532.1506 www.irontontribune.com

Beckley Register Herald P.O. Box 2398 801 N. Kanawha St. Beckley, WV 25802 P: 304.255.4400 www.register-herald.com

Logan Banner P.O. Box 720 Logan, WV 25601 P: 304.752.6950/Fax: 304.752.1239 www.loganbanner.com

Bluefield Daily Telegraph P.O. Box 1599 Bluefield, WV 24701 P: 304.327-2800/F: 304-327-6179 www.bdtonline.com Charleston Daily Mail 1001 Virginia Street East Charleston, WV 25301 P: 304.348.4807/F: 304.348.4847 www.dailymail.com Charleston Gazette 1001 Virginia Street East Charleston, WV 25330 P: 304.348.4801/F: 304.348.1740 www.wvgazette.com Herd Insider P.O. Box 1150 Huntington, WV 25701 P: 304.523.8401

Parkersburg News & Sentinel 519 Juliana Street Parkersburg, WV 26101 P: 304.485.1891 www.newsandsentinel.com The Parthenon 109 Communications Building Marshall University One John Marshall Drive Huntington, WV 25755 P: 304.696.6696/F: 304.696.2519 www.marshallparthenon.com Wayne County News 310 Central Avenue Wayne, WV 25570 P: 304.272.3433/F: 304.272.6516 www.waynecountynews.com

Huntington Herald-Dispatch 946 Fifth Avenue Huntington, WV 25701 P: 304.526.2759/F: 304.526.2857 www.herald-dispatch.com

RADIO Thundering Herd Network P.O. Box 1360 Huntington, WV 25715 P: 304.696.2446/F: 304.696.2325 WDGG-FM/WRVC-AM 401 11th Street, Suite 200 Huntington, WV 25701 P: 304.523.8401/F: 304.523.4848 www.wdgg.com/www.wrvc.com WMUL-FM Marshall University One John Marshall Drive Huntington, WV 25755 P: 304.696.6640/F: 304.696.3232 www.marshall.edu/wmul

WCHS-AM 1111 Virginia East Street Charleston, WV 25301 P: 304.342.8131/F: 304.344.4745 www.58wchs.com WIRE SERVICES Associated Press 500 Virginia St. East Charleston, WV 25301 P: 304.346.0897/F: 304.345.5282 www.ap.org

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A PROUD HISTORY; A PROMISING FUTURE Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner on April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996. The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas in 2004. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. After celebrating its 10th Anniversary during the 2004-05 season, C-USA began a new chapter in 2005-06 when its current membership came together to form the new look of the league. Since its formation, C-USA has established a strong foundation, an identity and a history that reflects the league’s national presence. Fourteen years of remarkable history have reinforced the league’s position in collegiate athletics, setting the course for the next decade and beyond. THE CONFERENCE TODAY Marking its 15-year milestone during the 2009-10 season, Conference USA is still going strong. From the beginning, dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains today a common thread for a promising future. C-USA is home to 12 nationally prominent, tradition-rich members in East Carolina, Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP. This combination enhances men’s and women’s programs that are immersed in athletic success and academic prowess. Together, we are committed to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. All C-USA institutions sponsor Division I-A football, along with several other men’s and women’s athletic programs, many of which compete regularly for NCAA Championships. C-USA sponsors competition in 19 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 10 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and fi eld and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service eff orts, good academic standing, and participation in their elected sport.

CONFERENCE USA 5201 N. O’Connor Blvd. Suite 300 Irving, TX 75039 Phone: (214) 774-1300 Fax: (214) 496-0055

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MARSHALL BASEBALL ...Conference USA SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. In addition, 34 volleyball teams, 49 men’s and women’s soccer teams, and 22 softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. C-USA has sent three men’s soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, five softball teams to the Women’s College World Series, and three volleyball teams to the Sweet 16. The league has also had six national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis, and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 500 NCAA appearances.

SUCCESS OFF THE PLAYING FIELD C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among CUSA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 16 years, more than 17,000 studentathletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, further indication of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

C-USA ON TV C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through its partnerships with ESPN Inc. and CBS College Sports Television Networks. The league entered into longterm agreements with both ESPN and CBS College Sports, which, combined, provides C-USA with significant national and regional exposure for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports. Additionally, the CBS College Sports agreement includes video-on-demand, Internet, broadband, national over the air, satellite radio, and wireless distribution as well as corporate marketing rights, and website production through CBS Interactive.

C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY The conference’s footprint is concentrated with 12 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. More than 1.1 million living alumni represent C-USA schools across the nation. With a renewed commitment to community involvement, the conference has begun development of several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations.

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TRUSTMARK PARK, HOME OF THE C-USA CHAMPIONSHIP Trustmark Park, located in Pearl, Miss., will play host to the Conference USA baseball championship once again in 2012. Trustmark opened in 2005 to serve as the home field for the Mississippi Braves of the Southern League (Class AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves) and will host its second Conference USA tournament beginning May 23. The gorgeous ballpark features spacious designs and seating for nearly 7,500. Among the seating arrangements are 5,500 chair-back seats situated behind home plate and along each baseline. Additional seating is found in the form of luxury suites and general admission beyond the outfield wall. The field itself is appraised at 330 feet down the left field line, 400 to center, and 332 down the right field line. Marshall’s home field of Appalachian Power Park holds the same measurements, with the exception of 320 feet to right. Trustmark Park offers fans a variety of cuisines including the Farm Bureau Grill, a fully servicing restaurant located in right field. Nine other baseball-themed concession stands offer a wide variety of ballpark treats for fans attending Trustmark’s games. Conferenence tournament action will begin May 23 and continue through May 27. As was the case in 2011, the top eight teams during the C-USA regular season will qualify for postseason competition.

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Before taking over the head coaching position at Marshall, Waggoner spent two seasons as an assistant with the nationally-ranked North Carolina State University Wolfpack.

Head Coach Sixth Season Cleveland State ‘98 Head coach Jeff Waggoner enters his sixth season at the helm of the Marshall baseball program. In five seasons he has compiled a 120-156-1 record, along with a birth to the Conference USA Championship in 2008. 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In his first season with the Herd, Waggoner led the squad to a 21-32 record which included a 15-11 mark at home. The Alliance, Ohio native helped lead Marshall to a 5-18 record in C-USA picking up series wins against both Memphis and Houston, and picked up a win against UCF.

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The Herd Coaching History CHRONOLOGICALLY

BY VICTORIES Coach

Years

Record

1. Jack Cook

1955, 67-89

422-344-2 .551

2. Dave Piepenbrink 1998-2006

Pct.

170-285-3

.374

3. Jeff Waggoner

2007-Present 120-156-1

.433

4. Howard McCann

1990-95

99-156

.388

5. Boyd Chambers

1910-17

72-43-1

.621

6. Johnny Stuart

1926-32

67-21-1

.753

7. Joe Binns

1947-49, 52-54 46-34

8. Bill Chambers

1956-60

9. Alvis Brown 10. Roy Hawley

Record

Jeff Waggoner

2007-Present 120-156-1

Pct. .433

170-285-3

.374

Craig Antush

1996-98

23-88-1

.210

Howard McCann

1990-95

99-156

.388

Jack Cook

1955, 67-89

422-344-2

.551

Bob Kruthoffer

1966

6-15

.286

.575

Alvis Brown

1961-65

34-70-1

.324

44-56-1

.436

Bill Chambers

1956-60

44-56-1

.436

1961-65

34-70-1

.324

Howard Hood

1950-51

15-20

.428

1933-35

30-5

.857

Joe Binns

1947-49, 52-54 46-34

.575

Johnny Watson

1943

1-6

.143

Kyle Tackett

1942

1-3

.250

Cam Henderson

1938

6-3

.667

Francis Farley

1936-37

7-14

.333

Roy Hawley

1933-35

30-5

.857

Johnny Stuart

1926-32

67-21-1

.758

Guy Fiber

1926

7-8

.467

Russ Meredith

1925

4-5

.444

H.R. Briggs

1924

7-2

.778

Kemper Shelton

1922-23

4-13

.235

Herbert Cramer

1921

3-5

.375

A.E. Reilly

1920

8-8

.500

Carl Ridgely

1919

8-2-1

.773

Carl Shipley

1918

7-6

.538

Boyd Chambers

1910-17

72-43-1

.621

Pennypacker

1905

4-4

.500

George Ford

1903-04

3-3

.500

M.M. Scott

1901-02

17-2

.895

No Coach

1896-1900

17-0

1.000

TOTALS

106 Yearrs

1,252-1,377-12

Year Position Record 2000 St. Rose Asst 32-16-1 2001 GW Asst 38-23 2002 GW Asst 42-23 2003 KSU Asst 36-18 2004 KSU Asst 36-27 2005 NCSU Asst 41-19 2006 NCSU Asst 40-22 2007 Marshall HC 21-32 2008 Marshall HC 30-30-1 2009 Marshall HC 22-32 2010 Marshall HC 27-31 2011 Marshall HC 20-31 *Won Conference Tournament

Jack Cook

Dave Piepenbrink

Conf./Finish 18-6/T-1st* 13-9/4th 17-7/2nd East* 20-4/1st 14-10/2nd* 17-13/6th 16-13/3rd East 5-18/9th 10-13-1/6th 9-15/7th 12-12/T-3rd 7-17/9th

NCAA Tournament D-II CWS NCAA Regional (0-2) South Bend Regional (1-2) Lincoln Regional (1-2) Austin Regional (1-2) -

WAGGONER BY THE NUMBERS NUMBER OF WINS IN SIX SEASONS, THIRD ALL-TIME AT MARSHALL RECORDS BROKEN - 14 TEAM RECORDS, 16 INDIVIDUAL MOST WINS IN SCHOOL HISTORY IN 2008 MARSHALL PLAYERS SELECTED IN THE MLB AMATEUR DRAFT STUDENT ATHLETES WITH A 3.0 OR HIGHER IN FALL 2011 MOST CONFERENCE USA WIN IN SCHOOL HISTORY (2010) ALL-CONFERENCE USA SELECTIONS RANKED TEAMS DEFEATED CONFERENCE USA PLAYER OF THE WEEK HONOREES MARSHALL PLAYERS SELECTED IN THE 2011 MLB AMATEUR DRAFT BEST CONFERENCE USA FINISH IN SCHOOL HISTORY (2010) ALL-MIDEAST TEAM PLAYER PICKS 2008 CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT RUNNERS UP NAMED ALL-PAVLOVICH COACH OF THE YEAR IN “COLLEGIATE BASEBALL” NEWSPAPER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN NCBWA PLAYER OF THE WEEK SELECTION NCBWA PRESEASON THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN

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WAGGONER BY YEAR

120 31 30 22 17 12 11 11 9 8 3 2 1

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Tim Donnelly

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His father, Rich Donnelly, has been a Major League Coach for over 25 years and is currently in his second season managing the Brooklyn Cyclones of the New York Mets organization. Rich also worked with various MLB teams including the Texas Rangers (1980, 83-85), Pittsburgh Pirates (1986-1996), Florida Marlins (19971998), Colorado Rockies (1999-2002), Milwaukee Brewers (2003-2005), and the Los Angeles Dodgers (2006-2007). From 2008 until 2010, Rich served as a Player Development Advisor for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Assistant Coach Sixth Season Hardin Simmons ‘04

Tim Donnelly is in his sixth season as an assistant coach at Marshall. Donnelly works primarily with the infielders and assists in all aspects of recruiting for the Thundering Herd baseball program along with coaching third base for the Thundering Herd. Donnelly has played a vital role in player development at Marshall and has prepared numerous infielders for the next level. Notable players include Emmanuel Burriss, who was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the first round (33rd overall) of the 2006 amateur draft, Drew Saylor, a 13th round draft pick by the Florida Marlins, Andrew Davis, 12th round pick to the Giants, and Kenny Socorro, 44th round pick by the Chicago Cubs.

Donnelly’s two brothers both played collegiate sports. Bubba Donnelly played four years of basketball at Robert Morris College, while his brother Mike was a fouryear kicker on the Cumberland College football team. Donnelly earned a bachelor’s degree in sports fitness and leisure studies in 2004 from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. There he lettered two seasons on the baseball team under head coach Steve Coleman. He received his associate’s degree in arts and science from Northeast Texas Community College in 2001, and lettered in baseball two seasons for head coach Chad Tidwell.

Prior to coming to Marshall, Donnelly spent a year at Kent State as an assistant coach and helped lead the Golden Flashes to the Mid-American Conference Regular-Season championship. During that year Donnelly was responsible for the infielders, assisted in hitting, and was the first base coach. He also handled field maintenance and camp duties. In 2005, he was an assistant coach at Malone College for head coach Tom Crank, where he handled the infielders, hitting and recruiting. He also served as an assistant coach with the Stark County Terriers summer league baseball team (Great Lakes Summer League) in 2005 and helped lead the team to a league title. He has experience working baseball camps at Texas A&M, Texas Christian, Kent State, Malone College and Northeast Texas Community College, where he worked primarily with outfielders and assisted in recruiting during the 2002 season.

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Joe Renner

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Pitching Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator

Third Season Northern Kentucky ‘00 Coach Renner enters his third season as the pitching coach for the Marshall baseball program. In his first season he guided right-hander Arik Sikula to a First Team All-Conference USA selection, along with seeing three pitchers out of the Thundering Herd bullpen sign with Major League teams.

Renner graduated from Northern Kentucky in 2000 with a B.S. in Sociology. He was a four-year letterman for the NKU baseball team from 1989-92. What they are saying about Renner: Tracy Smith - Head Coach - Indiana University “Joe is a knowledgeable and hard-working coach. His impact will be felt immediately at Marshall University.” J.D. Heilmann - Pitching Coach - Xavier University “Joe is one of the best pitching coaches I have ever worked with, players will show great improvement under him.” Brian Hiler - Scout - Kansas City Royals/General Manager - Midland Redskins “Every pitcher he was worked with has gotten better. He just has a great rapport with kids.”

A native of Lima, Ohio, Renner has served as a pitching coach since the 1995 season, working with 25 pitchers who advanced to the professional level. Renner comes to Marshall from the College of Mount St. Joseph, which is located in Cincinnati. He worked as the pitching coach there since March of 2008 and helped lead the team to the HCAC Conference Regular Season Championship. While at Mount St. Joseph, Renner spent four months in the summer of 2008 coaching the pitchers of the Delaware Cows of the Great Lakes Collegiate League. Prior to his time at Mount St. Joseph, he worked four five years at the Champions Baseball Academy in Cincinnati as a Pitching Instructor. In the summer of 2005, he was the Pitching Coach for the Champions Summer College League Team before managing the squad a year later. Before working for Champions, Renner held four pitching coach positions, working at Miami (Ohio) from 2000-02, the Midland Redskins, an amateur team from Cincinnati, from 1997-2002, Northern Kentucky University from 1995-97 and the Minot Mallards of the Prairie League in 1995. He also worked heavily in recruiting in his positions at Midland and Northern Kentucky. He has had a great deal of postseason success as a coach, leading Midland to the Connie Mack National Championship in 1997 and 98 and finishing runner up in the Mid-American Conference Tournament in 2001.

Professional Players Coached: Aaron Cook - Colorado Rockies - 2nd Round - 1997 Eric Fisher - Chicago White Sox - 7th Round - 1998 Steve Kelly - Cincinnati Reds - 4th Round - 2001 Antwoine Anderson - Florida Marlins - 32nd Round - 1997 Curtus Moak - Cincinnati Reds - 25th Round - 2001 Mike McNutt - Florida Marlins - 25th Round - 2000 Jon Uhl - Philadelphia Phillies - 37th Round - 2000 Brandan Spillers - Baltimore Orioles - 6th Round - 2000 Scott Lewis - Anaheim Angels - 33rd Round - 2001 Ryan Morgan - Atlanta Braves - 41st Round - 2001 Chad Borek - New York Yankees - 46th Round - 2001 Travis Foley - Cleveland Indians - 4th Round - 2001 Judd Richardson - Milwaukee Brewers - 5th Round - 2001 Justin Knoedler - San Francisco Giants - 6th Round - 2001 Scott Wiggins - New York Yankees - 7th Round - 1997 Randy Hamilton - New York Mets - 32nd Round - 1997 Chris Leonard - Toronto Blue Jays - 8th Round - 2002 (2001 Cape Cod League Player of the Year) Russ Bayer - Pittsburgh Pirates - 20th Round - 2002 Billy Kieninger - Detroit Tigers - 26th Round - 2002 Wes Whisler - Chicago White Sox - 2nd Round - 2004 Matt Klinker - Cincinnati Reds - 13th Round - 2006 John Lamb - Kansas City Royals - 5th Round - 2008 Kevin Shackelford - Milwaukee Brewers - 21st Round - 2010 Ryan Kiel - Seattle Mariners - 37th Round - 2010 Greg Williams - Texas Rangers - 12th Round - 2011 *Mike Mason - Texas Rangers - 23rd Round - 2011 *Joe Church - Los Angeles Angles - 40th Round - 2011 Arik Sikula - Toronto Blue Jays - 36th Round - 2011 Shane Farrell - Toronto Blue Jays - 46th Round - 2011 *Drafted in 2011 but did not sign

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Andrew Blain

Tyler Gatrell

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Director of Baseball Operations First Season Marshall ‘10

Assistant Coach First Season Marshall ‘08 Blain enters his first year with the Marshall baseball program after being a former player for Coach Waggoner from 2005-2009. He will work mainly with the outfielders and pitchers, and will also serve as a liaison to the strength and conditioning staff.

Gatrell will be returning to the baseball program to take over as Director of Operations. He will be working closely with Coach Waggoner in the business aspects of the Marshall University baseball program. This past year Gatrell signed with the Kansas City Royals after finishing his senior season with the Herd. He played professionally for the Royal’s farm team, the AZL Royals. During his time with the Royals, he was the only reliever in the league to make the Arizona League All-Star team after finishing as the league leader in saves (12) and strikeouts per 9 innings (+17).

For the past year, Blain lived in Washington, PA working for the Jefferson Regional Medical Center as an Exercise Physiologist in Cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation. During his time at Marshall, Blain was a left-handed pitcher for the Herd. He led the team in ERA as a freshman in 2006 with a 2.25, and again as a senior in 2009 at 2.35. He is currently third at MU in career appearances with 82. Blain was also the Herd Challenge champion his sophomore year and received the baseball leadership award in 2007 and 2009. Along with being the Herd Champion, Blain was named “Lifter of the Year” in 2007. He was awarded the Cam Henderson Scholarship in 2007.

While with the Herd, Gatrell was a member of the record setting 30 win team in 2008. He is ranked second all-time in career games pitched and in games pitched in a single season. He collected the Baseball Team Leadership Award in 2008 and was a Cam Henderson Scholarship Award winnder and MU Scholar Athlete of the Year Award Finalist in 2009.

“I’m very excited to have Andrew Blain join our staff this year”, commented Coach Waggoner. “Andrew and I have talked ever since he graduated about coming back and helping the program. I know Andrew wants to become a college baseball coach and I respect what Andrew did here on and off the field. He was a true leader in the program and one of the hardest workers I have ever been a part of. The players will benefit having Andrew as a part of this coaching staff.”

Gatrell graduated cum laude from Marshall with a Bachelor’s in Accounting and Legal Enviroment in December of 2010. He will be pursuing a master’s in accounting in the fall and hopes to take up a professional career in public accounting.

Blain graduated from Marshall in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, and in 2010 with a Master’s of Science in Exercise Science/Cardiac Rehabilitation. He is currently pursuing a Master’s of Arts and Teaching degree in Health/Physical Education. Blain is the son of David and Marsha Blain and has a sister, Courtney Green. He is a native of Huntington, W. Va, where he graduated from Spring Valley High School in 2004. He is currently residing in Huntington with his wife Laura.

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2012 Season Outlook The Thundering Herd enters the 2012 season with 18 new faces on its roster. Twelve freshmen, including 10 true freshmen, represent Coach Waggoner’s most recent recruiting class along with one new senior, four juniors, and one sophomore. Marshall’s newest ballplayers look to return the Herd to the form represented by the squads of 2008 and 2010. In 2008, Marshall won a team record 30 games during the regular season and rallied in the Conference USA tournament to beat #3 Tulane (twice) and #2 Southern Miss to advance into the conference championship game. The Herd unfortunately lost that contest to Houston by a 3-2 scoreline. In 2010, Marshall returned to the C-USA tournament as the fourth seed but was unable to advance past the group stage. The Herd did not qualify for postseason play in 2009 or 2011. In fact, the Herd has failed to earn back-to-back trips to the conference tournament since joining the conference in 2005. That will be one thing the newcomers want to fix first. But wins will not come easily this season, particularly in C-USA. In January, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association predicted four of the league’s member institutions to be national contenders this year, including #8 Rice, #28 UCF, #29 Southern Miss, and Tulane (which received votes). East Carolina has been no slouch in recent history either, as it earned a preseason rank of #16 in 2011 and ended its last campaign with 41 wins (14-10 in C-USA). Coaching Staff

2011 REVIEW Overall Record: ............................................................................................................. 20-31 Conference USA Record: ..............................................................................................7-17 Home: ....................................................................................................................................5-8 Away: ....................................................................................................................................5-18 Neutral: ...............................................................................................................................10-5 Position Players Returning/Lost: ............................................................................ 9/6 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................................................................13/10 Pitchers Returning/Lost: .............................................................................................11/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ..............................................................................20/13 Newcomers: ..........................................................................................................................18 First Year of Baseball: ...............................................................................................1896 Overall Record: ....................................................................... 1,252-1,377-12, 106 years Conference Championships: .............WV Collegiate Conference: ‘28, ‘29, ‘30, ‘31 ..............................Buckeye Conference: ‘33, ‘34, ‘35; Southern Conference: ‘78, ‘81 NCAA Tournament Appearances: ............................................................... 1973, 1978 Last NCAA Appearance: ..................1978 [def. FSU, Clemson, lost to Miami (Fla.)]

In his sixth season coaching the Herd, Waggoner sits third on the all-time wins list in Marshall baseball history with 120 victories under his belt. He may only need two more seasons to pass his predecessor Dave Piepenbrink, who won 170 games during his tenure in the early 2000s. Assistant Coach Joe Renner returns with the Herd for his third season and will continue to coach the pitchers and oversee the recruiting process. Tim Donnelly reaches his sixth season as an assistant coach and will once again work with the infielders and coach third base. Waggoner also introduces the addition of two new staff members for 2012. Andrew Blain, who will be serving as an assistant coach, pitched for the Herd during his time as both an undergraduate (’08) and graduate (’10). Tyler Gatrell, another former pitcher, joins the staff as the Director of Baseball Operations. Gatrell was a member of the 30-win team in 2008 and graduated from Marshall in 2009.

2011 KEY DEPARTURES

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Position Players Isaac Ballou Gray Stafford Thor Meeks Eric Semeniuk Nathan Gomez

Cl. JR JR SR SR JR

Pos. OF INF C OF INF

Avg. .283 .277 .257 .263 .252

Hits Runs 53 40 39 27 37 25 5 1 30 16

2B HR 4 1 7 5 12 5 1 0 4 4

Pitchers Mike Mason Aaron Blair Josh King

Cl. SR SO SO

R/L APP/GS ERA W-L IP LHP 14/13 4.83 3-3 78.1 RHP 12/7 2.72 2-3 36.1 RHP 22/0 3.86 2-4 39.2

K 65 34 32

RBI 29 20 23 2 21

Position Players Kenny Socorro Victor Gomez Victor Ramos Rhett Stafford

Pos. INF INF/C INF OF

SV 2

Pitchers Arik Sikula Ian Kadish Shane Farrell

R/L APP/GS ERA W-L RHP 14/13 5.42 2-6 RHP 25/0 4.99 1-4 RHP 10/9 4.76 2-1

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Avg. .337 .330 .309 .320

Hits Runs 63 32 65 31 63 42 56 30

2B HR 5 1 11 6 16 1 8 10 IP 74.2 30.2 45.1

RBI 27 39 25 41 K SV 72 28 4 29 -


MARSHALL BASEBALL Key Returners in the Line-Up Prominent returners to the Herd line-up include senior Thor Meeks and junior Isaac Ballou, both of which are likely to become all-time statistical leaders at Marshall this season. Meeks comes into the 2012 season with 23 career home runs and needs only four more to enter Marshall’s list of top ten sluggers. Matching his season high of nine (2009, 2010) would tie him for 6th all-time. In only two seasons, Ballou has already torn up the record books. The centerfielder has 10 career triples to his credit, ranking him only one behind Jim Reynolds, the triples leader since 1996. Furthermore, Ballou has stolen 30 bases so far in his career. Two more successful seasons on the base path could have him challenging for the all-time record of 73. Pitching Staff Marshall’s 2012 pitching staff includes 16 arms (14 RHP, 2 LHP). The rotation is led by senior Mike Mason, a left-handed pitcher from Maumee, Ohio, who has already racked up 34 appearances in three seasons. The hurler is ranked 7th at Marshall in that category and needs 19 more to share the lead with Chris Koutsavlis. Mason will challenge for weekend starts. Junior Wayland Moore and sophomores Aaron Blair and Josh King are among the other returners who will challenge for weekend starts. Senior Jessie Fernandez should see time out of the pen as should red-shirt junior Joe Church. The incoming class will comprise the remainder of the MU pitching staff. Catchers

Senior Mike Mason

Marshall’s pitching staff will have a wealth of experience behind home plate as Thor Meeks and Matt Kirkwood enter their senior year of play. In fact, Meeks has spent all three years with the Herd, earning a consistent starting position last season. Sophomore Louie Helmburg appeared in 19 games last year and will give Marshall additional experience behind the plate.

Infielders Gray Stafford returns as the Herd’s everyday third baseman. The junior collected 38 starts there last season and emerged as a power threat late in the season. Stafford hit .328 in his final 58 at-bats, including home runs (one grand slam) in three consecutive games. Nathan Gomez, younger brother of former Herd great Victor Gomez, will likely take over his brother’s role on first base. Nathan saw the majority of his starts come in left field last season but also started four games at first base. Two freshmen should take over the roles in Marshall’s middle infield, which lost Kenny Socorro (SS) and Rhett Stafford (2B) to last year’s MLB Amateur draft. Andrew Dundon (Lincoln Park, N.J.) and Sergio Leon (Miami, Fla.) are likely to start at shortstop and second base, respectively. Outfielders This season will mark Ballou’s third year as a member of the Herd and his third year as the starting centerfielder. The Smithville, Va. native started all 51 games last year as well as 40 more in his freshman season. Senior Eric Semeniuk will grab the majority of the starts in right field after floating between right and left field through his last two seasons.

Senior Eric Semeniuk

Finally, freshman John Gandolfo (Franklin Lakes, N.J.) will become the Herd’s primary left fielder.

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The Annual Herd Challenge Each year, members of the Marshall baseball team participate in Coach Waggoner’s “Herd Challenge.” The three-day event takes place at Joan C. Edwards Stadium during the team’s fall segment and is designed to challenge the Herd’s fitness, endurance, and strength. Actiities have included distance runs and sprints, swims, medicine ball throws, push-ups, bat swings, broad and vertical jumps, bleacher runs, and countless other trials. The Herd Challenge also consists of team exercises such as a tug-of-war, dump truck push, and sled push. Competitors are ranked through a point system in which points are awarded to players based on the time it takes them to complete each task or the number of times he can perform the skill in a given number of seconds. Coach Waggoner and his staff shuffle events around each year but are always sure to include the infamous “Gauntlet,” an individual contest that involves some of the most grueling challenges. In the 2010 Gauntlet, for instance, each student-athlete began with a distance run, followed by pushing a 100 pound plate across the football field. After crossing the goal line, the player would run up a side of the stadium and back down before flipping a tractor tire 15 yards. Next came the farmer’s walk with thick grips, which were carried 30 yards to the 50-yard line. The event concluded when the player sprinted from the 50-yard line, up the side ramp, and out of the stadium. Centerfielder Isaac Ballou (pictured above) was pronounced the latest Herd Challenge victor after tallying a record 71 points. Interestingly enough, the junior came in first in only one competition (the home-tofirst sprint). Ballou gathered the bulk of his points from second and third place finishes. The competition entailed nine individual events including Pro-Agility, Med Ball Throw, Home Plate To 1st Timed Run, Star Drill, Plate Holds, Sit-Ups, Four Corner Cone Drill, Bat Speed, Broad Jump, and the 30-Second Cone Hop. There were also three group events including Tug-of-War, Sled Carry, and the Caterpillar Push Up. Joe Church was the winner of the Gauntlet, which consisted of a timed session of bleacher runs, 75 lb. Farmer’s Walks, 45 lb. plate pushes, tractor tire flips, and sprints. Joe Church earned the Gauntlet title with a time of 4:29, but Ballou followed closely at the 4:30 mark.

2011 Event Winners: Pro Agility: Josh King (3.46) Med Ball: Joe Church (43.3) Home to 1st: Isaac Ballou (3.75) Star Drill: Gray Stafford (7.5) Plate Holds: Eric Semeniuk (41.6) Sit-Ups: Felix Marte (71) 4-Corner: Robert Fajardo (4.42) Bat Velocity: Eric Escobedo (96) Broad Jump: Josh King (9’0)

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Isaac Ballou

Justin Maynard

2011

Rhett Stafford

2009

Adam Yeager

2008

2007

Andrew Blain

2010

The Herd Challenge Champions!

30 Sec. Cone: Joe Church (74) Tug-of-War: Semeniuk, Fernandez, Helmburg, Farris Sled Carry: Semeniuk, Fernandez, Helmburg, Farris (1.19.98) Caterpillar: Ballou, King, Fajardo, T. Moore, Blair (14) Gauntlet: Joe Church (4:29) Total Points: Isaac Ballou (71)


MARSHALL BASEBALL 2012 Schedule Date 02/17/12 02/18/12

02/19/12 02/24/12 02/25/12 02/26/12 03/02/12 03/03/12 03/04/12 03/07/12 03/09/12 03/10/12 03/11/12 03/13/12 03/16/12 03/17/12 03/18/12 03/20/12 03/23/12 03/24/12 03/25/12 03/27/12 03/30/12 03/31/12 04/01/12 04/04/12 04/06/12 04/07/12 04/08/12 04/10/12 04/13/12 04/14/12 04/15/12 04/17/12 04/20/12 04/21/12 04/22/12 04/25/12 04/27/12 04/28/12 04/29/12 05/04/12 05/05/12 05/06/12 05/09/12 05/11/12 05/12/12 05/13/12 05/15/12 05/17/12 05/18/12 05/19/12 05/23/12 *Conference USA Game

Opponent Location at NC State Raleigh, N.C. vs. Canisius Raleigh, N.C. vs. Bryant Raleigh, N.C. vs. Monmouth Raleigh, N.C. at Charleston Southern Charleston, S.C. at Charleston Southern Charleston, S.C. at Charleston Southern Charleston, S.C. at Charleston Southern Charleston, S.C. vs. Eastern Michigan Winston Salem, N.C. vs. Eastern Michigan Winston Salem, N.C. at Wake Forest Winston Salem, N.C. at Wake Forest Winston Salem, N.C. at Kentucky Lexington, Ky. at Gardner-Webb Boiling Springs, N.C. at Gardner-Webb Boiling Springs, N.C. at Gardner-Webb Boiling Springs, N.C. at Morehead State Morehead, Ky. vs. St. Bonaventure Beckley, W.Va. vs. St. Bonaventure Beckley, W.Va. vs. St. Bonaventure Beckley, W.Va. at Ohio Athens, Ohio at UAB * Birmingham, Ala. at UAB * Birmingham, Ala. at UAB * Birmingham, Ala. at Eastern Kentucky Richmond, Ky. vs. Liberty Beckley, W.Va. vs. Liberty Beckley, W.Va. vs. Liberty Beckley, W.Va. vs. Ohio Huntington, W.Va. vs. Memphis * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Memphis * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Memphis * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Coppin State Beckley, W.Va. vs. Coppin State Beckley, W.Va. vs. Rice * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Rice * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Rice * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Morehead State Huntington, W.Va. at Houston * Houston, Texas at Houston * Houston, Texas at Houston * Houston, Texas vs. Eastern Kentucky Huntington, W.Va. vs. Southern Miss * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Southern Miss * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Southern Miss * Charleston, W.Va. at East Carolina * Greenville, N.C. at East Carolina * Greenville, N.C. at East Carolina * Greenville, N.C. vs. Eastern Kentucky Huntington, W.Va. vs. UCF * Charleston, W.Va. vs. UCF * Charleston, W.Va. vs. UCF * Charleston, W.Va. vs. Radford Beckley, W.Va. at Tulane * New Orleans, La. at Tulane * New Orleans, La. at Tulane * New Orleans, La. Conference USA Tournament Conference USA Tournament Jackson, Miss.

Time 3:00 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET 3:30 p.m. ET 10:00 a.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET 11:30 a.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 1:30 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET 4:00 p.m. ET 4:00 p.m. ET 4:00 p.m. ET 5:00 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 4:00 p.m. ET 4:00 p.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET 6:00 p.m. ET 6:30 p.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 7:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 7:05 p.m. ET 7:05 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET 3:30 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m. ET 10:05 a.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 7:30 p.m. ET 7:30 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m. ET 10:05 a.m. ET 6:00 p.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m. ET 10:05 a.m. ET 6:00 p.m. ET 6:30 p.m. ET 6:30 p.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET TBA

All-Time Series NC STATE 1-4 W, 3-0, 2008 CANISIUS 3-0 W, 6-5, 2007 BRYANT First Meeting MONMOUTH First Meeting CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 6-6 W, 2-1, 2007 EASTERN MICHIGAN 5-13-1 L, 12-7, 2005 WAKE FOREST 0-7 L, 7-6 (10), 2009 KENTUCKY 13-29 W, 6-4, 2011 GARDNER-WEBB 1-2 W, 20-5, 2001 MOREHEAD STATE 57-70-3 L, 3-2, 2010 ST. BONAVENTURE 4-2 L, 9-2, 2011 OHIO 43-111-1 L, 5-1, 2011 UAB 9-13 W, 2-1 (14) 2011 EASTERN KENTUCKY 28-34 W, 4-2, 2011 LIBERTY 2-12 L, 10-4, 2007 MEMPHIS 11-8 L, 9-8, 2011 COPPIN STATE 4-0 W, 3-2, 2011 RICE 2-18 L, 5-4 (10), 2011 HOUSTON 4-18 L, 10-7, 2011 EASTERN KENTUCKY 28-34 W, 4-2, 2011 SOUTHERN MISS 7-17 L, 9-4, 2011 EAST CAROLINA 4-16 L, 5-4, 2011 UCF 11-7 WL 8-1, 2011 RADFORD 3-1 L, 9-7, 2011 TULANE 6-14-1 L, 15-12, 2011

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2012 Numerical Roster No. 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 28 31 32 33 34 38 42 43 44 55 57

Name Mikey Jimenez Tripp Faulk Sergio Leon Adrian Farris John Gandolfo Isaac Ballou Matt Margaritonda Josh King Joe Church Kolin Stanley Andrew Dundon Matt Hummel Eric Semeniuk Mike Mason Aaron Blair Louie Helmburg Matt Kirkwood Gray Stafford Alfredo Brito Joe McGillicuddy Wayland Moore Brett Mays Eric Escobedo Kyle Kessler John McGillicuddy Lance Elder Terrence Moore Ryan Hopkins Nathan Gomez Thor Meeks Jesse Fernandez

Pos. INF OF INF OF OF OF RHP RHP RHP RHP INF RHP OF LHP RHP C C INF INF RHP LHP RHP OF RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP INF C RHP

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

Ht./Wt. 5-6/177 6-0/175 5-9/161 6-0/177 5-11/165 6-2/185 5-8/160 5-11/171 6-2/195 5-11/150 5-10/177 5-11/190 6-2/228 6-2/205 6-5/220 5-10/178 5-11/196 6-2/200 6-0/221 6-0/188 6-2/185 6-6/192 5-10/185 6-4/190 6-0/177 6-2/195 6-2/203 6-2/245 6-3/207 6-0/235 6-2/225

Cl. JR JR FR FR FR JR FR SO RS JR RS FR FR JR SR SR SO SO SR JR RS JR FR JR FR FR RS FR FR FR JR RS SO JR SR SR

Hometown/Last School/High School Miami, Fla. (Lawson State CC) Little River, S.C. (USC Lancaster) Miami, Fla. (Braddock HS) Lawrenceville, Ga. (Collins Hill HS) Franklin Lakes, N.J. (Ramapo HS) Smithville, Va. (Nansemond-Suffolk Academy) Freehold, N.J. (St. John Viannery HS) Troup, Ga. (Troup) Princeton, W.Va. (PikeView) West Branch, Ohio (West Branch HS) Lincoln Park, N.J. (Boonton HS) Morrisburg, Ontario (Daytona JC) Charlotte, N.C. (Providence) Maumee, Ohio (Maumee) Las Vegas, Nev. (Spring Valley) Lexington, Ky. (West Jessamine) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Cleveland State) Cheraw, S.C. (Spartanburg Methodist JC) Miami, Fla. (Florida Christian) Fairfax, Va. (WT Woodson HS) McCloud, Okla. (Seminole State JC) Newport News, Va. (Woodside HS) Troup, Ga. (Troup HS) Charlotte, N.C. (Providence HS) Fairfax, Va. (WT Woodson HS) Miami, Fla. (South Dade HS) Goshen, N.Y. (UMBC) Sedina, Ohio (Tennessee Tech) Miami, Fla. (La Salle) Hurricane, W.Va. (Hurricane) Miami, Fla. (Broward JC)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: [30] Jeff Waggoner (Cleveland State, ‘98) sixth season Assistant Coach: [6] Tim Donnelly (Hardin Simmons, ‘04) sixth season Assistant Coach: [35] Joe Renner (Northern Kentucky, ‘00) third season Volunteer Assistant: Andrew Blain (Marshall, ‘08) first season Director of Baseball Operations: Tyler Gatrell (Marshall, ’10) first season

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Alphabetical Roster Ballou, Isaac........... [5] Blair, Aaron........... [19] Brito, Alfredo ........ [24] Curch, Joe ........... [12] Dundon, Andrew .. [14] Elder, Lance ......... [38] Escobedo, Eric..... [32] Farris, Adrian ......... [7] Faulk, Tripp ............ [3] Fernandez, Jesse... [57] Gandolfo, John ...... [8] Gomez, Nathan .... [44] Helmburg, Louie .. [21] Hopkins, Ryan...... [43] Hummel, Matt ....... [15] Jimenez, Miguel ..... [2] Kessler, Kyle ........ [33] King, Josh .............[11] Kirkwood, Matt ..... [22] Leon, Sergio ........... [4] Margaritonda, Matt. [10] Mason, Mike ......... [18] Mays, Brett ........... [31] McGillicuddy, Joe .. [25] McGillicuddy, John [34] Meeks, Thor.......... [55] Moore, Terrence ... [42] Moore, Wayland ... [28] Semeniuk, Eric ..... [17] Stafford, Gray....... [23] Stanley, Kolin ....... [13]

Class Breakdown Seniors: ................IIII [5] Juniors: ..........IIII IIII [10] Sophomores: ........IIII [4] Freshmen: ...IIII IIII II [12]

State Breakdown Florida: ...............IIII I [6] Virginia: ................IIII [4] Georgia: .................III [3] New Jersey: ..........III [3] Ohio: ......................III [3] North Carolina: ......II [2] South Carolina: ......II [2] West Virginia: .........II [2] Kentucky: ................I [1] Nevada: ...................I [1] New York: ................I [1] Oklahoma: ...............I [1] Pennsylvania: .........I [1] ---------------------------------Canada: ...................I [1]

Pronunciation Guide Isaac Ballou | buh-loo Alfredo Brito | al-fray-doh bree-toh Andrew Dundon | dun-dohn Eric Escobedo | Es-coh-bee-doh Louie Helmburg | loo-ee

Matt Hummel | humm-uhl Mikey Jimenez | my-kee him-in-ez Sergio Leon | lee-ohn Eric Semeniuk | sim-in-ook


MARSHALL BASEBALL 2012 Marshall Position Breakdown 3 No.

10 11 12 13 15 19 25 31 33 34 38 42 43 57

Right Handed Pitchers [14] Name

Matt Margaritonda Josh King Joe Church Kolin Stanley Matt Hummel Aaron Blair Joe McGillicuddy Brett Mays Kyle Kessler John McGillicuddy Lance Elder Terrence Moore Ryan Hopkins Jessie Fernandez

B/T

R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

Cl.

FR SO RS JR RS FR JR SO FR FR RS FR FR FR JR RS SO SR

Ht.

5-8 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-5 6-0 6-6 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2

Wt.

160 SO 195 150 190 220 188 192 190 177 175 203 245 225

Hometown

Freehold, N.J. Troup, Ga. Princeton, W.Va. West Branch, Ohio Morrisburg, Ontario Las Vegas, Nev. Fairfax, Va. Newport News, Va. Charlotte, N.C. Fairfax, Va. Miami, Fla. Goshen, N.Y. Sedina, Ohio Miami, Fla.

Last School

Daytona JC

UMBC Tennessee Tech Broward JC

High School

St. John Viannery HS Troup HS PikeView West Branch HS Seaway District HS Spring Valley WT Woodson HS Woodside HS Providence HS WT Woodson HS South Dade HS Goshen Central HS Western Brown HS Christopher Columbus HS

Left Handed Pitchers [2] No. 18 28

Name Mike Mason Wayland Moore

B/T R/L L/L

Cl. SR JR

Ht. 6-2 6-2

Wt. 205 185

Hometown Maumee, Ohio McCloud, Okla.

Last School Seminole State JC

High School Maumee McLoud HS

Catchers [3] No. 21 22 55

Name Louie Helmburg Matt Kirkwood Thor Meeks

Pos. C C C

B/T R/R R/R R/R

Cl. SO SR SR

Ht. 5-10 5-11 6-0

Wt. 178 196 235

Hometown Lexington, Ky. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hurricane, W.Va.

Last School Cleveland State JC

High School West Jessamine New Castle HS Hurricane

Infielders [6] No. 2 4 14 23 24 44

Name Mikey Jimenez Sergio Leon Andrew Dundon Gray Stafford Alfredo Brito Nathan Gomez

Pos. INF INF INF INF INF INF

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

Cl. JR FR FR JR RS JR JR

Ht. 5-6 5-9 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-3

Wt. 177 161 177 200 221 207

Hometown Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Lincoln Park, N.J. Cheraw, S.C. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla.

Last School Lawson State CC

High School Gulliver Preparatory HS Braddock HS Boonton HS

Spartanburg Methodist JC Cheraw HS

Florida Christian La Salle

Outfielders [6] No. 3 7 8 9 17 32

Name Tripp Faulk Adrian Farris John Gandolfo Isaac Ballou Eric Semeniuk Eric Escobedo

Pos. OF OF OF OF OF OF

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

Cl. JR FR FR JR SR FR

Ht. 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-2 5-10

Wt. 175 177 165 185 228 185

Hometown Little River, S.C. Lawrenceville, Ga. Franklin Lakes, N.J. Smithville, Va. Charlotte, N.C. Troup, Ga.

Last School USC Lancaster

High School North Myrtle Beach Collins Hill HS Ramapo HS Nansemond-Suffolk Academy Providence Troup HS

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Thor Meeks

55

High School: Batted .379 with 28 home runs and 136 RBIs while at Hurricane HS... was an Under Armor Preseason All-American in 2007 and 2008...earned all-state honors...was selected to compete in the National Homerun Contest at Tropicana Field...played summer ball for the Huntington Hounds from 2005-07...batted .320 with 10 homers and 27 RBIs for the Hounds in 2007...played for Cincinnati Midland in the summer of 2008...batted .417 with 13 home runs, 62 RBIs and 28 doubles...maintained a 3.5 GPA.

Senior, Catcher Hurricane, W.Va. Hurricane HS

Personal: Born Oct. 27, 1989...son of Tim and Melissa Meeks...has one sibling, Ariel... majoring in business

Career Notes: Known purely as a slugger...has the ability to send balls into orbit with extreme power...launched nine homers in each of his first two seasons with the Herd, then belted five more in his junior year...averages a homer every 19.7 at bats for his career...needs four home runs in final season to enter Marshall’s list of top 10 sluggers. 2011: Spent 31 of his 37 starts behind home plate...found a home hitting 5th in the order where he could bat behind fellow sluggers Victor Gomez and Rhett Stafford...appeared in 46 of the 51 games...batted .257 (37-for-144)...slugged .444 with 12 doubles and five homers...batted in 23 runs...hit homers in back-to-back games during a double-header at Memphis (4/30)...came up a triple shy of hitting for the cycle with a 3-for-4 outing against Radford (5/10). 2010: Split time behind the dish with Victor Gomez...started 38 games (20 at C, 18 at DH) and appeared in a total of 50...finished with a .252 batting average... ended third on the team in homers (9) and RBI (32)...smacked a pair of doubles against LeMoyne (3/21)...tattooed a pair of 3-run homers vs. Coppin State (4/21)...went 2-for-5 with a homer and three RBI in a win against Memphis at the C-USA tournament. Summer League: Competed for the Danbury Westerners of the New England Collegiate Baseball League...posted a .286 batting average (24-for-84), .439 on-base percentage and .536 slugging percentage...launched six homers, tied for the best on the club...added 16 RBI...showed improved plate discipline walking 21 times compared to 23 strikeouts. 2009: Started 49 games and played in a total of 52 games...started 38 games at DH, nine at C and two at 1B...compiled a .228 (37-for-162) batting average, .376 on-base percentage and .432 slugging percentage...finished tied for second on team in walks (33) and third in homers (9)...crossed home plate 20 times and plated 28 runners...tied for second on the team with 14 RBI with two outs...totaled eight multi-RBI games and five multi-hit contests...roped a single in his first collegiate at bat vs. Akron (2/20)...smashed homers in back-to-back games for his second and third collegiate hits both coming against Old Dominion (2/21-22)... went 2-for-3 with a homer, two RBI and two runs scored vs. No. 21 Kent State (3/10)...launched a three-run homer and scored two runs at No. 18 Ohio State (4/1).

Year

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

24

avg

gp-gs

ab

.228 .252 .257 .245

52-49 50-38 46-37 148-124

162 147 144 453

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

20 37 25 37 25 37 70 111

r

6 7 12 25

0 0 0 0

9 9 5 23

28 70 32 71 23 64 83 205

.432 .483 .444 .453

33 17 18 68

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so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

6 62 3 50 2 42 11 154

4 2 5 11

.376 .339 .337 .353

1 1 5 7

0 0 0 0

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

87 115 215 417

14 21 26 61

1 5 4 10

.990 .965 .984 .980


MARSHALL BASEBALL Mike Mason

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record...named first team All-NLL...was a first team all-area selection...was named first team all-state...was selected to the Mizuno All-Ohio Game but did not attend... played summer ball for Greenville Technology...was a member of team that won Connie Mack state title...was a member of team that was the regional runner-up...earned a 3.0 GPA during his scholastic career.

Senior, LHP Maumee, Ohio Maumee HS

Personal: Born April 3, 1990...son of Chris and Rene Mason...has two siblings: Chris and Mindy...both graduated from the University of Toledo...majoring in business.

Career Notes: Left-handed pitcher that battles for a spot in the weekend rotation...has a plus fastball and a great ability to freeze batters...needs 43 strikeouts in his senior season to become the fifth ever Herd player to reach 200 career strikeouts. 2011: Pitched in 14 games and made 13 starts alongside his right-handed counterpart, Arik Sikula...threw 78.1 innings and gathered 65 strikeouts...held an earned run average of 4.83 and limited opposing hitters to a .270 clip...led the team with three wins (3-3 record)...credited with seven no-decisions although the Herd went 7-6 in his starts...rung up his 100th career strikeout at Lipscomb (2/26)... pitched a career high 7.1 innings against Houston (4/15) where he struck out eight, walked none, and gave up only two earned runs. 2010: Pitched in 16 total games, making 14 starts at the No. 2 pitcher in the MU rotation...tallied a 3-7 record with a 7.71 ERA in 67.2 innings...led the team and tied for fifth in C-USA in batters struck out looking (26) and 10th in total strikeouts (62)...averaged a team-best 8.25 strikeouts per nine innings...worked 6.2 innings, surrendering no runs on six hits with nine strikeouts to earn the win at Georgia Southern (3/7)...set a career-high with 10 strikeouts vs. Southern Miss (4/17)...tossed a career-best seven innings, giving up two earned runs with six strikeouts to defeat Houston (5/15). Summer League: Lefty pitched out of the bullpen for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League...appeared in nine games, posting a 1-0 record with a 4.77 ERA...totaled 11.1 innings with 10 strikeouts. 2009: Appeared in 12 games, getting the starting nod on seven occasions... compiled a record of 1-1 with a 6.43 ERA...worked 35.0 innings, surrendering 33 hits...totaled 30 strikeouts...held lefties to a .182 (6-for-33) batting average... kept opponent’s bats at bay with runners on base for a .220 (11-for-50) batting average...made first collegiate start at Eastern Kentucky (3/25)...tossed 5.0 innings allowing one unearned run on three hits with career-best six strikeouts to earn first collegiate win at No. 18 Ohio State (4/1)...worked 4.0 innings allowing no earned runs with five strikeouts at Kent State (4/8). High School: Established a 0.33 ERA with 99 strikeouts in 49 innings pitched during senior year at Maumee HS...finished final scholastic season with a 6-4

Year

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

era

w-l

6.43 1-1 7.71 3-7 4.83 3-3 6.22 7-11

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

12 16 14 42

7 14 13 34

0 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 0

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

35.0 33 27 25 29 30 67.2 93 61 58 37 62 78.1 79 47 42 36 65 181.0 205 135 125 102 157

ip

h

r

er

bb

6 14 17 37

3 2 1 6

5 12 4 21

162 335 346 843

.258 .325 .270 .290

5 5 12 22

1 4 4 9

1 1 2 4

1 1 2 4

3 7 10 20

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Eric Semeniuk

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Senior, OF Charlotte, N.C. Providence

Career Notes: A power threat off the bench for Coach Waggoner in his first three seasons...should challenge for time in left field. 2011: Held a .263 average in 11 games...recorded back-to-back 2-hit games at Memphis (4/30)...scored once and drove in two runs. 2010: Played in 32 total games, making 12 starts...finished 11-for-53 at the plate for a .208 average...launched four homers, averaging a long ball once every 13.3 trips to dish...scored 12 runs and accumulated eight RBI...was 2-for-2 on stolen bases...produced a monster performance against St. Joseph’s at the Citadel Tournament going 2-for-4 with a pair of homers, career-high three RBI and three runs scored (2/28)...went 2-for-2 with a run scored at Tennessee (3/14)...went 2-for-5 with a bomb against Le Moyne (3/21)...crushed a homer against Coppin State in the second game of a doubleheader (4/21). 2009: Played in a total of 32 games, starting 12...11-of-12 starts came in the OF...hit for a .269 (14-for-52) batting clip...scored nine runs...recorded four RBI and three doubles...hit .282 (11-for-39) against right-handed pitchers...finished with three multi-hit games and one multi-RBI contest...lined a double for first collegiate hit vs. Old Dominion (2/21)...went 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored at No. 2 Rice (4/19)...posted a career-best 3-for-4 effort with a pair of RBI and runs scored along with a double at UCF (5/2). High School: Tallied a .416 batting average with four homers and 26 RBI for Providence HS in 2007...was selected to the All-Mecklenburg County team... played summer ball for the South Charlotte Panthers...also played two years of football at Providence HS...maintained a 3.5 GPA...earned honor roll status during every semester of high school. Personal: Born Nov. 10, 1989...son of Gordon and Kay Semeniuk...has two brothers: Ryan and Kurt...majoring in business.

Year

2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

26

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

.269 32-12 .208 32-12 .263 11-4 .242 75-28

avg

52 53 19 124

9 12 1 22

14 11 5 30

3 0 1 4

0 0 0 0

0 4 0 4

4 8 2 14

17 23 6 46

.327 .434 .316 .371

3 4 2 9

4 2 0 6

19 16 5 40

1 1 0 2

.356 .288 .333 .324

0 0 0 0

2 0 0 2

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

25 30 12 67

1 0 0 1

4 .867 1 .968 0 1.000 5 .932

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Jesse Fernandez

57

Senior, RHP Miami, Fla. Broward JC

2011: Appeared in 22.0 innings of relief...struck out 21 while walking 16...held opponents to .244 at the plate and gave up only four extrabase hits...went 2-3 with one save in 21 appearances... gave up 13 earned runs (5.32 ERA). Prior to Marshall: Pitched two seasons at Broward JC...totaled 30 innings on the mound...accumulated a 3.50 ERA and tallied a 1-1 record on the hill. High School: Played at Christopher Columbus HS. Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1990...son of Bobby and Vivian Fernandez... has one brother, Bobby...majoring in business administration.

Year

2011 TOTAL

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

5.32 5.32

2-3 2-3

21 21

0 0

0 0

0/1 0/1

1 1

22.0 22.0

20 20

14 14

13 13

16 16

21 21

3 3

1 1

0 0

102 102

.244 .244

4 4

4 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

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Isaac Ballou

Alfredo Brito

9

Junior, OF Smithville, Va. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy

24

RS-Junior, INF Miami, Fla. Florida Christian

Career Notes: Primary centerfielder for the Thundering Herd as a true freshman... gifted athlete and excellent fielder with superior range...connected for a homer for his first collegiate hit at Samford (2/19) in his second at bat...started 9-for-9 in stolen bases...entered the top 10 on Marshall’s all-time list of triples leaders (#2) and stolen base leaders (T-#9) at the end of sophomore season.

Career Notes: One of the top pinch hitters at Marshall and C-USA...is 13-for-26 in pinch-hit at bats over his first two seasons...will battle for time at 1B and DH.

2011: Started all 51 games...batted .283 (53-for-187)...led the team in stolen bases (18-for-23) and triples (seven)...scored 40 times and batted in 29 runs...slugged .397 with four doubles, seven triples, and one homerun...recorded 13 multi-hit games with two three-hit games (at Virginia on 3/8 and at Memphis on 4/29) and one four-hit game (at Ohio on 3/12)...batted in eight runs against Ohio (3/12) on two singles, a triple, and a grand slam...stole three bags against Eastern Kentucky (3/29)...enters the 2012 season on a four-game hit streak...reached base in his last 12 games of 2011. 2010: Made 39 starts and played in 51 games...hit .230 (32-for-139)...scored 24 times and knocked in 17 runs...roped three doubles, three triples and two homers...collected a .265 (13-for-49) batting average in conference play...was 12-of-15 on stolen base attempts...posted five multi-hit games and three contests of two-or-more RBI...went 3-for-6 with a double, triple and three RBI at Samford (2/21)...slapped three hits and scored two runs at UAB (4/11). Summer League: Played for the Willmar Stingers of the Northwoods League...saw game action in 60 games in the outfield...selected to the Northwoods North vs. South All-Star Game...knocked in the game winning run...finished the season with a .269 (58-for-216) batting average...scored 45 runs, legged out five triples and drove in 37 runs...was 24-for-27 on stolen bases.

2010: Saw game in action 43 contests and made 23 starts...recorded a .308 (28for-91) average at the plate...roped five doubles, two homers and knocked in 14...was 2-for-2 on stolen bases...went 8-for-12 as a pinch hitter...five multi hit games and four multi-RBI contests...went 3-for-4 with three RBI against No. 17 Ohio State...launched his first collegiate homer against Le Moyne (3/19)...laced three hits and two RBI against Southern Miss (4/18)...hit a pinch-hit homer at East Carolina (5/1). Summer League: Played for the Licking County Settlers of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League...hit at a .256 (11-for-43) batting clip...played in 17 games...lined four doubles, one homer and eight RBI. 2009: Saw action in 30 games, making seven starts...made five starts at 1B and two at DH...served primarily as a pinch hitter and defensive replacement...finished with 10 hits in 49 at bats (.204 batting average)...scored six runs and totaled six RBI...team-best pinch hitting average at .357 (5-for-14)...scored a run and added a RBI single in first collegiate start at Wake Forest (2/22)...walked three times, scored two runs, had two RBI and a single vs. Radford (2/27)...laced a pinch-hit RBI double at UCF (5/2). High School: Batted .420 during senior year at Florida Christian...blasted four home runs and 28 RBI...member of district championship team in 2008...earned Biggest Impact Award...named second team All-Dade County...went 1-for-4 with an RBI in North/ South all-star game...played summer ball for Linedrive Baseball in 2008.

High School: Played baseball, basketball and football at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy...three-time All-Tidewater Conference and All-Virginia Independent Schools selection in baseball and four-time selection in basketball...named 2008 TCIS Football Player of the Year...2009 Under Armour All-American selection for baseball...invited to the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars...two-time Richmond Times-Dispatch VISAA All-State first team honoree...led team in runs (33) on-base (.548) and fielding (.951) percentage in 2009...senior year hit .397 with 23 hits (10 extra bases), 19 RBI and drew 18 walks...was a perfect 28-for-28 in stolen bases...collected nine multi-run, eight multi-stolen base and five multi-hit games in final season...batted .434 as a junior and .442 as a sophomore...swiped 100 stolen bases in four-year varsity career... finished NSA’s all-time leading scorer in basketball with 2,132 points...participated in the Perfect Game WWBA World Championship in Juniper, Fla....honor roll student.

Personal: Born May 3, 1990...son of Alfredo and Caridad Brito...sister Marilu Martin... maintained a 3.3 GPA in high school...garnered academic honor roll status...majoring in exercise physiology.

Personal: Born March 17, 1990...son of Bill and Brenda Ballou...has two sisters: Kimberly and Lindsey Nicole...majoring in business.

Ballou

Year

2010 2011 TOTAL

Brito

Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

28

avg

gp-gs

.230 51-39 .283 51-51 .261 102-90 avg

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

139 187 326

24 40 64

32 53 85

3 4 7

3 7 10

2 1 3

17 47 29 74 46 121

.338 .396 .371

17 32 49

2 6 8

30 28 58

1 1 2

.321 .397 .366

1 4 5

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

1 12-15 8 18-23 9 30-38

101 139 240

2 4 6

3 2 5

.972 .986 .980

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

.204 30-7 .308 43-23 .271 73-30

49 91 140

6 8 14

10 28 38

3 5 8

0 0 0

0 2 2

6 14 20

13 39 52

.265 .429 .371

6 16 22

0 0 0

10 21 31

1 3 4

.291 .407 .368

0 1 1

0 0 0

0-0 2-2 2-2

61 106 167

4 4 8

2 1 3

.970 .991 .983

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Joe Church

Nathan Gomez

12

RS-Junior, RHP Princeton, W.Va. Pikeview HS

Junior, INF Miami, Fla. La Salle

Career Notes: One of the hardest throwers on the team...in search of consistent command with overpowering fastball...made only one appearance sophomore year due to season-ending surgery...sees innings out of the bullpen.

Career Notes: Smooth swing with quick bat speed...younger brother of Victor Gomez...great glove at 1B but also sees time in left field. 2011: Played in 43 games - primarily in left field - and started in 36...batted .252 (30-for-119)...slugged .387 with four doubles and four home runs...boasted six multi-hit games and even strung together a six-game hit streak (3/12-3/19) where he went 7-for-18 (.300) with two home runs...drove in 21 runs and scored 16 more...recorded two outfield assists.

2011: Appeared in 13 games in first season back from surgery...held a 0.00 earned run average through his first three appearances back...went 2-2 with an earned run average of 8.31 for the season...pitched 13 innings, all out of the bullpen. 2010: Pitched in one game at Samford (2/19) before requiring season-ending surgery...received a medical redshirt.

2010: Emerged as the everyday first baseman...played in 51 games and made 34 starts...hit at an even .300 (39-for-130) clip...finished second on the team in doubles with 13...collected 19 RBI and scored 17 runs...seven multi-hit and three multi-RBI games...produced an eight-game hit streak (4/21-5/1)...during a six-game span went 10-for-21 (5/18-5/27)...went a perfect 3-for-3 against Memphis (4/3)...connected for his first collegiate homer vs. Coppin State (4/21).

2009: Made six appearances out of the bullpen...tossed 5.1 innings and recorded eight strikeouts...held opponents to a .167 batting average...held lefthanded batters hitless (0-for-7)...averaged 13.5 strikeouts per nine innings... fired an inning of relief with a strikeout in collegiate debut vs. Radford (2/27)... struck out the side vs. UAB (4/12)...pitched a perfect inning out of the pen with a pair of punch outs at No. 2 Rice (4/18).

High School: Four-year starter at La Salle HS...tallied a .385 batting average with four homers and 26 RBI senior year...three-time Miami Herald All-Miami Dade County honorable mention selection...set the school single-season ERA (1.24) record as a freshman in 2006...team won district title in 2007...named Athlete of the Year at La Salle HS.

High School: Was a 2007 all-state selection while at PikeView HS...was a two-time member of the Charlotte Megastars...played one summer season with Beckley Bash Post 32 squad...ranked 115 in the Perfect Game 2008 Class... registered a 3.3-3.5 GPA in high school...was a member of FCA, FCCLA, Pep, Natural Helpers and Environmental clubs.

Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1991...son of Nevada Alba and Victor Gomez...has one brother, Victor, who holds numerous Marshall baseball records and was drafted to the Atlanta Braves organization...majoring in exercise physiology.

Personal: Born Sept. 29, 1989...son of Joe and Tina Church...father played football at Concord University...has one sibling: Darrell...majoring in physical education.

Church Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

Gomez Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

44

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

11.81 99.00 8.31 9.82

0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2

6 1 13 20

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 0

5.1 0.0 13.0 18.1

3 0 13 16

8 1 15 24

7 1 12 20

9 1 9 19

8 0 13 21

1 0 5 6

0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0

29 1 65 95

.167 .000 .255 .232

1 0 2 3

2 0 5 7

3 0 1 4

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

.300 51-34 .252 43-36 .277 94-70

avg

130 119 249

17 16 33

39 30 69

13 4 17

0 0 0

1 4 5

19 55 21 46 40 101

.423 .387 .406

15 24 39

1 2 3

24 32 56

6 4 10

.372 .384 .378

2 1 3

1 1 2

0-0 0-0 0-0

243 68 311

17 5 22

6 2 8

.977 .973 .977

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Terrance Moore

Gray Stafford

42

23

Junior, INF Cheraw, S.C. Spartanburg Methodist JC

Junior, RHP Goshen, N.Y. UMBC

Career: Quick reflexes and a solid arm have him tailored for third base, where he has played his entire Marshall career and most of his pre-Marshall career... played in the shadows of older brother Rhett through 2011 season...began hitting the ball with authority at the end of last year.

2011: Appeared in nine games, all in relief...won his first game as a member of the Thundering Herd against Miami (Ohio) in his first outing (2/18)...pitched in 8.2 innings...struck out six while walking four...held an earned run average of 5.19. Prior to Marshall: Played at University of Maryland in Baltimore County in 2009... sat out 2010 season.

2011: Started in 38 games, all at third base...batted .277 (39-for-141)...emerged late in the season with 19 hits in his final 58 at-bats (.328)...hit four of his five home runs for the season during that stretch...slugged .447 for the season... drove in 20 runs and scored 27 times...went 4-for-5 with six RBIs, two home runs (one grand slam), and a double at Memphis (4/30)...strung together home runs in three consecutive games against Southern Miss. (4/23) and Memphis (4/294/30).

High School: Lettered three seasons and was the starting catcher at Goshen Central High School...also lettered in football his junior season...played for the South Florida Bandits. Personal: Born Sept. 21, 1990...son of Terry and Elaine Moore...has one sister, Kaitlin...majoring in business administration.

Prior to Marshall: Played third base for one season at Spartanburg Methodist College (JC)...collected a .320 batting average. 2010 Summer League: Played for the West Virginia Miners of the Prospect League...batted .239...registered a .375 on-base percentage and tied for the team lead in triples. High School: A three-year letter-winner at Cheraw HS...all-state selection as a senior and two-time all-region pick...named team MVP in 2009...earned a spot in the North/South All-Star Game...honored as the Lewis Meiklejohn Award winner for being the top senior athlete in 2009...ended career at Cheraw HS with a .324 batting average, 70 runs, 75 hits, 13 doubles, 11 homers and 62 RBI...also was a standout on the football team. Personal: Born May 23, 1991...son of Randy and Jackie Stafford...older brother Rhett played for the Herd from 2008 to 2011...majoring in business administration.

Moore Year 2011 TOTAL

Stafford

Year

2011 TOTAL

30

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

5.19 5.19

1-0 1-0

9 9

0 0

0 0

0/1 0/1

0 0

8.2 8.2

11 11

6 6

5 5

4 4

6 6

2 2

1 1

0 0

47 47

.289 .289

1 1

5 5

1 1

0 0

0 0

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

.277 46-38 .277 46-38

141 141

27 27

39 39

7 7

1 1

5 5

20 20

63 63

.447 .447

9 9

3 3

46 46

4 4

.331 .331

1 1

1 1

4-6 4-6

25 25

73 73

14 14

.875 .875

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Aaron Blair

Louie Helmburg

19

Sophomore, RHP Las Vegas, Nev. Spring Valley HS

21

Sophomore, Catcher Lexington, Ky. West Jassamine Career: Recruited as a catcher but is utilized in many other aspects of the game.

Career: Made seven starts and appeared in 12 games in his true freshman season...has a gift for pitching his way out of trouble and avoiding the big innings... led the team in earned run average (2.72) in his first year of collegiate ball...threw 34 strike-outs in 36.1 innings (8.42 SO/9)...named to the C-USA All-Freshman team in 2011.

2011: Appeared in 19 games with nine starts...batted .226 (7-for-31)...recorded his first collegiate hit against Ball State (3/5) in a 2-for-4, 2-RBI outing...tallied three RBIs and four runs scored...led the non-starters on the team with four sacrifice hits.

2011: Made seven starts on the mound in his true freshman season...went 2-3 in 12 appearances...led the team in earned run average (2.72)...struck out 34 in 36.1 innings of work...allowed 11 earned runs and only eight extra-base hits...opponents batted .254...pitched 17.2 innings with a 1.53 earned run average in last three starts...named to the C-USA All-Freshman team.

High School: Earned Kentucky First Team All-State as a senior...ranked the 24th best prospect in Kentucky by iHigh Top 100...selected as a Perfect Game/Rawlings Honorable Mention player...West Jessamine HS finished with a 33-9 record in 2010...named an All-Region 12 and Kentucky Junior All-Star team member...threw out 32-of-39 attempted base stealers and knocked in 32 runs as a junior.

High School: Drafted in the 21st Round of the MLB draft by the Houston Astros... named Nevada First Team All-State, All-Sunset Conference and All-Southwest Division...posted a 6-4 record with nine complete games, 64 innings and 91 strikeouts...held opponents to a .181 batting average...hit at .449 clip, seven homers, 23 total extra-base hits and 43 RBI...selected as the starting pitcher for the SunsetSunrise All-Star Game...played for the 2010 National Champion Ohio Warhawks and the Team Vegas Baseball Club in 2009.

Personal: Born Oct. 17, 1990...son of Louis Clay and Tammy Kay Helmburg...majoring in education.

Personal: Born May 26, 1992...son of Craig and Janice Blair...father played baseball at UNLV...has one brother, Garrett, who plays baseball at CSN...majoring in marketing.

Blair

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

2011 TOTAL

2.72 2.72

2-3 2-3

12 12

7 7

0 0

0/1 0/1

0 0

36.1 36.1

35 35

17 17

11 11

13 13

34 34

6 6

0 0

2 2

165 165

.254 .254

6 6

7 7

1 1

1 1

6 6

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf

sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

.226 .226

19-9 19-9

31 31

4 4

7 7

1 1

0 0

0 0

3 3

8 8

.258 .258

3 3

2 2

7 7

1 1

.333 .333

0 0

4 4

1-2 1-2

74 74

12 12

2 2

.977 .977

Year

Helmburg

Year

2011 TOTAL

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Josh King

11

Sophomore, RHP Troup, Ga. Troup HS

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Year

2011 TOTAL

32

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

3.86 3.86

2-4 2-4

22 22

0 0

0 0

0/1 0/1

2 2

39.2 39.2

35 35

18 18

17 17

11 11

32 32

5 5

1 1

4 4

164 164

.245 .245

2 2

3 3

0 0

1 1

6 6

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MARSHALL BASEBALL

New to The Herd: Matt Kirkwood

22

Tripp Faulk

Senior, Catcher Pittsburg, Pa. Cleveland State

3

Junior, OF Little River, S.C. USC Lancaster

Prior to Marshall: Attended Shelton State Community College and Cleveland State University...compiled a .343 average (61-for-178) in two seasons at Shelton State CC...state champs freshman year... played in the JUCO World Series and was named player of the game in game one.

Prior to Marshall: Spent one year at Wingate University followed by another year at USC-Lancaster (JC)...batted .295 at USC-L with five home runs and 30 RBIs... led team in offensive production.

High School: Played ball at New Castle High School...batted .519 for

High School: Played baseball at North Myrtle Beach...hit .440 with a homerun

Summer League: Played for the Florence Red Wolves of the Coastal Plains League and the West Virginia Miners of the Prospect League.

his career, going 33-60 (.550) in his senior season...career included 27 doubles, one triple, and 11 home runs...batted in 86 runs...won All-Section honor at third base (sophomore year) and at catcher (junior and senior years)...Lawrence Country Player of the Year and All-WPIAL Team Class AAA senior season.

in his junior year...hit .412 with five home runs in his senior year...set high school record for highest career batting average...North-South All-Star and two-time HSSR all-state honoree...won the school’s first region championship sophomore year... ranked in the top 50 players in the state and #8 outfielder by Diamond Prospects... WPDE Athlete of the Week...drafted in the 38th round by the Atlanta Braves.

Personal: Born on March 31, 1990...son of Mark and Kathy Kirkwood...has

Personal: Born on Jan. 11, 1991...son of Paul and Betsy Faulk...father played for the

an older brother, Mark Jr....majoring in business management.

San Francisco Giants and is currently an area scout for the Washington Nationals... has a sister, Amanda, and a brother, Shane...majoring in business management.

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Matt Hummel

Mikey Jimenez

15

Junior, RHP Morrisburg, Ontario Daytona JC

Junior, INF Miami, Fla. Lawson State CC

Prior to Marshall: Attended Daytona State College...went 8-4 on the hill...named Scholar-Athlete of the Year...played summer league ball with the Ottawa Fat Cats, the Ottawa Cardinals, and the Brockville Bunnies...has received awards such as MVP, Best Pitcher, Jack Griffin award, and Rookie of the Year. High School: Attended Seaway District High School...named summer league MVP.

Personal: Born on Oct. 13, 1989...son of Joe and Laura Hummel...has one younger sister, Chelsea, and one younger brother, Tanner...majoring in finance.

Wayland Moore

2

Prior to Marshall: Attended Lawson State Community College (two years) and St. Thomas University (one year)...hit .290 freshman year at Lawson State then emerged in sophomore season with a .310 average and six doubles, two triples, and 17 stolen bases (17 attempts). High School: Played baseball at Gulliver Preparatory High School...hit .324 with six doubles and two triples his senior year...named to the Public vs. Private School All-Star game at second base as well as the Broward County vs. Miami-Dade County All-Star game...team won district championship all four years along with a regional championship and state runner-up in 2007. Personal: Born on May 1, 1990...son of Berta and the late Noel Jimenez... has a younger brother, Ricky, and a younger sister, Becky...majoring in business management.

Ryan Hopkins

28

Junior, LHP McLoud, Okla. Seminole State JC

43

RS-Sophomore, RHP Sedina, Ohio Tennessee Tech

Prior to Marshall: Attended Seminole State (JC) for two years...listed as Prior to Marshall: Played one season for the Tennessee Tech Golden

an All-American

Eagles...was a member of the Ohio Valley Conference championship team

Summer League: Played with the Melville Millionaires of the Western Ma- High School: Played baseball, football and wrestled at Western Brown jor Baseball League for one season...played for the Gastionia Grizzlies of the High School...recorded 87 strikeouts, seven walks, and a 1.03 earned run Coastal Plains League for one season...won the CPL championship in 2011. average in 46 innings pitched his senior season...won All-Ohio as a high school middle linebacker High School: Played baseball at McLoud High School...won Oklahoma AllState award. Personal: Born on April 20, 1991...son of Doug and Shaune Hopkins...has a brother (Austin) and two sisters (Heather and Madison)...majoring in environmental science. Personal: Born on July 12, 1991...son of Wayland and Tammy Moore... maintained a 3.80 grade-point average during his time at McLoud HS...has two older sisters, Kimberley and Candace...majoring in finance.

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Andrew Dundon

Lance Elder

14

Freshman, INF Lincoln Park, N.J. Boonton HS

38

Freshman, RHP Miami, Fla. South Dade HS

High School: Played baseball and basketball at Boonton High School...

lettered four years in baseball and two in basketball...batted .580, hit 12 homeruns, and knocked in 37 RBIs in senior season...also went 4-1 on the mound with 60 strikeouts...2011 NJAC Liberty Player of the Year recipient... captain of the baseball team junior and senior seasons...three-time Morris County and Daily Record selection...two-time NJAC Liberty Division selection (2010-11)...two-time Colonial Hills selection (2008, 2010)...first team Group One selection (2011)...all-time school leader in hits (110), homeruns (14), RBIs (104), career average (.490)...hit three homeruns in Morris County semifinal game in 2011.

Personal: Born on Sept. 26, 1993...son of Paul and Ruth Dundon...has

High School: Attended South Dade where he played baseball and bowled...went 7-1 with an earned run average of 2.90 his junior year... struck out 43 in 64.0 innings of work...boasted a record of 8-2 on the hill his senior year...2.40 ERA in 76.0 innings pitched...struck out 94...named first team All-Dade and Pitcher of the Year...team won district championship and was regional finalists. Personal: Born on Oct. 5, 1992...son of Keith and Deneen Elder...father pitched at Georgia Military College...has two older sisters, Auburn (23) and Michele (21)...majoring in business management with a minor in accounting.

a younger brother, Paul Jr., who played baseball at UNC-Greensboro... majoring in business administration.

Eric Escobedo

Adrian Farris

32

Freshman, OF Troup, Ga. Troup HS

Freshman, OF Lawrenceville, Ga. Collins Hill HS

Summer League: Played for the Ohio Warhawks for three seasons...was a member of the National Championship winning team in 2010 and 2011... played alongside Herd teammate Brett Mays with the Warhawks in 2011. High School: Attended Troup High School where he was a standout in

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High School: Played baseball at Collins Hill High School...accumulated a .392 average and two homeruns in his junior year. Personal: Born on April 2, 1993...son of Adrian and Dawn Farris...has an older brother...majoring in business management.

his freshman season...won Rookie of the Year in 2008 with a .280 average, two homeruns, and 20 RBIs...led the team to a post-season elite 8 appearance...batted .350 with eight doubles, five homeruns, and 28 RBIs in 2009...hit .410 with seven doubles and eight homeruns in 2010...batted .400 with six doubles, six homeruns, and one triple in 2011...won Mr. Troup Baseball honor in junior and senior seasons...awarded Iron Tiger in senior season.

Personal: Born on Sept. 9, 1992...son of Arvey and Sue Escobedo...has a younger brother, Alex...major is undecided.

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John Gandolfo

Kyle Kessler

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Freshman, OF Franklin Lakes, N.J. Ramapo HS

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RS-Freshman, RHP Charlotte, N.C. Providence HS

Club Team: Played on the South Florida Bandits national team...made it to the Perfect Game USA semifinals in the tournament...led the team in batting average (.588)...stole 30 bases in 30 attempts. High School: Attended Ramapo HS...led team in nearly every statisti-

Summer League: Played three seasons with the South Charlotte Panthers...boasted a 7-3 record with 45 strikeouts in 46 innings pitched his final year...played one summer with the Lake Norman Copperheads (SCBL)...went 1-0 with a 3.86 ERA (16.1 IP).

cal category: batting average (.421), on-base percentage (.516), RBIs (31), stolen bases (21-for-21), home runs (six), and doubles (10)...named all-county, all-league, and Rawlings All-American...led team to the Bergen County Finals Championship and to the New Jersey State semifinals.

High School: Attended Providence High School...won SW4A Conference championships in junior and senior seasons (2009-10)...3-1 record with two saves senior year...3.13 earned run average through 31.1 innings pitched... struck out 34 and walked 19.

Personal: Born on July 24, 1992...son of John and Janet Gandolfo...has

Personal: Born on Feb. 28, 1992...son of Jim and Janet Kessler...held a 3.75

one older sister, Alyssa...majoring in business.

Sergio Leon

grade-point average at Providence HS...has a sister, Hailey, who attends UNC Chapel Hill...majoring in Natural Resources.

Matt 10 Margaritonda

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Freshman, INF Miami, Fla. Braddock HS

High School: Went to G. Holmes Braddock High School all four years...

won second team all-Dade in his sophomore , junior, and senior seasons.

Personal: Born on March 29, 1993...son of Sergio and Haychel Leon... has two younger sisters: Ashley and Melissa...majoring in business.

Freshman, RHP Freehold, N.J. St. John Viannery HS

High School: Attended Saint John Vianney High School where he pitched and hit for the baseball team and played quarterback and safety for the football team...received numerous accolades for his abilities to do just about anything...named Rookie of the Year (2008)...won three MVPs (2008, 201011)...won other awards such as best pitcher award, most versatile player award, and Cy Young award through his illustrious high school career... named to numerous teams including Shore Conference All-Division team, Rawlings All-American team, Perfect Game Underclassman All-American team, Under Armour All-American team, and All-Shore Media team...team won Monmouth County championship (2008) and sectional state runner-up (2009). Personal: Born on May 4, 1993...son of Mark and Linda Margaritonda...has one older sister, Nicole...majoring in business.

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MARSHALL BASEBALL Brett Mays

Joe 25 McGillicuddy

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Freshman, RHP Newport News, Va. Woodside HS

Freshman, RHP Fiarfax, Va. WT Woodson HS

Summer League: Played for the Ohio Warhawks for one season...was a member of the National Championship winning team in 2011 with teammate Eric Escobedo. High School: Played at Woodside High School where he compiled 21 wins

and only four losses...won all-district honorable mention in 2009, second team all-district in 2010, and first team all-district, first team all-region, and first team all-state in senior season...struck out 164 hitters (142 IP) in his last two seasons on the hill.

High School: Attended Woodson High School...named second team all-district in 2010 and 2011. Personal: Born on Sept. 9, 1992...son of Hugh and Bernadette McGillicuddy...has two older brothers, Matthew and Brandon, and two older sisters, Kailyn and Lauren...twin brother John also plays for the Herd...majoring in business.

Personal: Born on Sept. 12, 1993...son of Jim and Sandra Mays...

maintained a 3.79 grade-point average at Woodside HS...has a younger brother, Keith...majoring in secondary education (history).

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Kolin Stanley

Freshman, RHP Fairfax, Va. WT Woodson HS

RS-Freshman, RHP West Branch, Ohio West Branch HS

High School: Attended Woodson High School...batted .481 with three

home runs and was named first team All-Liberty district and second team All-Northern region sophomore year...batted .371 with five home runs and was named second team All-Patriot district junior season...hit .451 with six home runs in senior season...won awards as first team All-Patriot district, first team All-Northern region, first team all-state.

Personal: Born on Sept. 9, 1992...son of Hugh and Bernadette McGillicud-

dy...collected a 3.50 grade-point average at Woodson HS...has two older brothers, Matthew and Brandon, and two older sisters, Kailyn and Lauren... twin brother Joe also plays for the Herd...majoring in business.

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Summer League: Played for the Astro Falcons (Class B) League in Youngstown, Ohio for three years...threw 24.2 innings with 35 punchouts last season...held an earned run average of 3.26 and limited opponents to a .187 clip. High School: Played baseball at West Branch High School...held a 2.43 earned run average in his senior season...struck out 80 in 64 innings pitched...went 6-4 with one save...named Second team All-Conference... awarded honorable mention junior year...won three sectional championships, two district championships, and was regional runner-up sophomore year...played in NEOBCA All-Star game senior year at Progressive Field. Personal: Born on April 24, 1992...son of Mike and Susan Stanley...major-

ing in athletic training with a minor in pre-physical therapy.

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2011 Marshall Baseball Overall Statistics Record: 20-31 Player

Home: 5-8

rbi

tb slg%

ab

r

32 31 30 42 40 27 1 25 13 16 16 4 11 7 2 1

63 5 65 11 56 8 63 16 53 4 39 7 5 1 37 12 20 6 30 4 35 7 7 1 9 1 6 1 3 0 0 0

Totals

.284

51

1729

298

491

84 18 37

274

722

.418

195 51

375

29

.368 27 29 71-101

1330

Opponents

.274

51

1723

310

472

92 10 27

274

665

.386

201 58

380

29

.365 19 46

1351

0 1 27 71 1 6 39 96 2 10 41 98 4 1 25 90 7 1 29 74 1 5 20 63 0 0 2 6 0 5 23 64 1 2 13 34 0 4 21 46 1 2 20 50 0 0 3 8 0 0 4 10 1 0 4 9 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0

.3 8 0 .487 .5 6 0 .441 .3 9 6 .447 .3 1 6 .444 .4 3 0 .387 .3 6 0 .258 .2 5 0 .243 .1 0 0 .000

bb hp

Conference: 7-17

187 197 175 204 187 141 19 144 79 119 139 31 40 37 30 0

.3 3 7 .330 .3 2 0 .309 .283 .277 .2 6 3 .257 .253 .252 .2 5 2 .226 .2 2 5 .162 .100 .000

2b 3b hr

Neutral: 10-5

avg gp-gs 51-51 50-50 49-46 51-50 51-51 46-38 11-4 46-37 32-20 43-36 44-39 19-9 23-10 36-10 15-8 3-0

Socorro Gomez Stafford Ramos Ballou G. Stafford Semeniuk Meeks Ross N. Gomez Lavinskas Helmburg Jurevicius Maynard Hecktor King

h

Away: 5-18

so gdp

15 2 15 20 1 40 18 4 40 15 12 46 32 6 28 9 3 46 2 0 5 18 2 42 9 7 28 24 2 32 17 8 24 3 2 7 2 1 9 7 0 11 4 1 2 0 0 0

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

ob% sf sh sb-att

.3 8 8 .381 .3 8 8 .390 .3 9 7 .331 .3 3 3 .337 .3 7 9 .384 .3 6 4 .333 .2 7 9 .289 .2 2 9 .000

2 8 4 0 4 1 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

5 0 0 7 8 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 3 0 0

5-6 1-2 7-12 16-24 18-23 4-6 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-2 1-2 3-4 13-17 1-2 0-0 74-94

po a 77 152 400 24 139 10 83 95 139 4 25 73 12 0 215 26 17 1 68 5 10 4 74 12 20 1 28 0 4 24 2 7

e 11 9 7 13 2 14 0 4 1 2 4 2 0 2 5 0

fld% .954 .979 .955 .932 .986 .875

507

79

.959

558

64

.968

1.000

.984 .947 .973 .778 .977 1.000

.933 .848 1.000

LOB - Team (384), Opp (408). DPs turned - Team (38), Opp (36). CI - Team (1), Stafford 1, Opp (2). IBB - Team (9), Gomez 3, N. Gomez 2, Stafford 1, Lavinskas 1, Ballou 1, Socorro 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Ramos 4, G. Stafford 2, Gomez 1, Maynard 1, Meeks 1, Helmburg 1, Lavinskas 1, N. Gomez 1, Stafford 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

Blair King Hollowell Blank Pratt Farrell Mason Kadish Moore Fernandez May Sikula McGee Williams Butler White Church Meleney

era

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

2.72 3.86 3 .86 4.50 4.61 4.76 4.83 4.99 5.19 5.32 5.40 5.42 5.68 5.82 5.87 6.00 8.31 54.00

2-3 2-4 0-0 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-3 1-4 1-0 2-3 1-1 2-6 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0

12 7 22 0 4 0 25 0 19 1 10 9 14 13 25 0 9 0 21 0 4 2 14 13 7 0 11 3 7 3 10 0 13 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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

36.1 39.2 2.1 8.0 27.1 45.1 78.1 30.2 8.2 22.0 11.2 74.2 6.1 17.0 15.1 6.0 13.0 0.2

35 35 2 11 25 44 79 31 11 20 19 80 10 21 21 12 13 3

17 18 1 7 18 27 47 23 6 14 10 55 4 21 18 5 15 4

11 17 1 4 14 24 42 17 5 13 7 45 4 11 10 4 12 4

13 11 4 5 10 22 36 15 4 16 5 27 1 14 6 2 9 1

34 32 4 11 24 29 65 28 6 21 7 72 6 17 10 1 13 0

6 5 2 2 7 10 17 4 2 3 7 17 0 2 3 0 5 0

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

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

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

.254 6 .245 2 .2 5 0 1 .297 2 .245 0 .250 4 .270 12 .270 9 .289 1 .244 4 .373 2 .272 22 .357 1 .300 6 .318 1 .444 1 .255 2 .750 0

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

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

Totals

4.97

20-31

51 51

0

2/2

8

443.1

472

310

245

201

380

92

10

27

.274

76 58

9 19

46

Opponents

5.10

31-20

51 51

1

2/2

17

450.1

491

298

255

195

375

84

18

37

.284

39 51 10 27

29

PB - Team (20), Stafford 8, Meeks 7, Helmburg 5, Opp (14). Pickoffs - Team (4), Mason 2, Fernandez 1, Stafford 1, Opp (13). SBA/ATT - Meeks (44-54), Helmburg (14-19), Stafford (16-18), Mason (12-15), Sikula (13-14), Blair (8-10), Farrell (8-9), Fernandez (6-8), Pratt (5-8), Kadish (4-6), Williams (4-6), May (5-6), King (2-3), Butler (2-3), White (3-3), Blank (1-1), Church (0-1), Hollowell (1-1).

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

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Socorro Stafford Gomez Ramos G. Stafford Ballou Ross Semeniuk N. Gomez Meeks Lavinskas Helmburg Hecktor Maynard Jurevicius

avg gp-gs

Home: 4-8

ab

r

h

92 98 92 96 78 95 47 18 58 68 62 8 10 18 0

18 16 15 18 21 20 6 1 7 11 2 1 0 3 3

38 32 29 30 24 28 13 4 12 14 11 1 1 1 0

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

24

840 142 238

38

6 19 130 345

.411

24

835 162 238

47

4 16 144 341

.4 1 3 .327 .315 .313 .3 0 8 .295 .277 .222 .207 .206 .1 7 7 .125 .100 .056 .0 0 0

24-24

Totals

.283

Opponents

.285

24-24 24-24 24-24 24-21 24-24 18-12 8-4 20-18 22-16 20-16 7-1 4-3 18-5 7-0

2b 3b hr

0 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 6 3 1 4 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0

rbi

Away: 3-9

18 21 17 10 17 13 5 2 12 7 6 0 0 2 0

tb slg%

40 56 42 40 40 37 19 5 21 29 12 1 1 2 0

Conference: 7-17 bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

9 25 22 23 25 12 20 5 15 20 13 3 0 8 0

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

.4 6 6 .385 .3 8 5 .400 .3 8 6 .385 .3 9 3 .300 .3 4 3 .289 .2 4 6 .125 .1 8 2 .105 .0 0 0

40

77

7 .944

83

3

4 .956

88 22 200

16

.364

7 20 23-35

.408 108 21 176

17

.378

8 27 35-43

658 264

23 .976

.4 3 5 8 .571 7 .457 13 .417 9 .5 1 3 7 .389 13 .4 0 4 5 .278 2 .362 11 .426 8 .1 9 4 3 .125 0 .1 0 0 1 .111 1 .0 0 0 0

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

1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 7 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0

2-3 2-4 0-0 3-5 3-5 7-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 5-5 0-1

e fld%

205

11

6 .973

39

56

6 .941

11

40

8 .864

62

1

1 .984

8

0

0 1.000

12

0

0 1.000

29

2

0 1.000

114

11

1 .992

0

0

0 .000

13

1

1 .933

3

5

3 .727

11

0

1 .917

0

0

0 .000

641 240

38 .959

LOB - Team (177), Opp (196). DPs turned - Team (23), Opp (20). IBB - Team (4), Gomez 2, Lavinskas 1, Socorro 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Ramos 2, G. Stafford 2, Stafford 1, Lavinskas 1.

(Conference games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

w-l

0 .00 1.93 1.93 3.86 4.93 5.25 5.29 6.29 6. 4 8 7.00 7.17 12.00 12.46 21.60 27.00

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

Totals

5.77

Opponents

5.21

Hollowell Blair Williams Moore Mason Pratt Kadish King Fernandez Farrell Sikula Butler Church Blank McGee

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

0 4 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 4 8 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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

1.0 28.0 4.2 2.1 45.2 12.0 17.0 24.1 8.1 18.0 42.2 3.0 4.1 1.2 0.2

1 25 3 2 51 10 16 27 9 19 54 5 6 6 4

0 7 4 2 28 10 14 18 7 14 39 4 8 5 2

0 6 1 1 25 7 10 17 6 14 34 4 6 4 2

2 9 1 2 23 6 9 9 10 13 14 2 5 3 0

2 25 4 0 40 9 14 16 7 11 40 3 4 0 1

1 4 1 0 10 2 1 5 2 5 12 0 3 1 0

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

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

7-17

24 24

0

1/1

2

213.2

238

162

137

108

176

47

4

16

17-7

24 24

0

1/1

8

219.1

238

142

127

88

200

38

6

19

2 7 4 3 8 9 12 12 9 5 8 1 5 11 1

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

.2 5 0 0 .236 3 .1 6 7 2 .200 1 .298 8 .227 0 .242 4 .300 0 .281 2 .271 4 .309 12 .417 0 .3 1 6 1 .500 1 .667 1

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

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

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

0 3 0 0 8 3 1 5 0 1 3 3 0 0 0

.285

39 21

5

8

27

.283

17 22

7

7

20

PB - Team (8), Stafford 5, Meeks 3, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (1), Mason 1, Opp (6). SBA/ATT - Meeks (21-25), Stafford (14-16), Sikula (9-10), Blair (7-9), Mason (5-8), Pratt (3-3), Fernandez (2-3), Kadish (3-3), King (1-2), Butler (2-2), Farrell (2-2), Williams (1-1).

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The Herd in the Pros Name Victor Gomez Ian Kadish Arik Sikula Kenny Socorro Rhett Stafford Greg Williams Kevin Shackelford Dan Straily Ryan Kiel

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Pos. C P P SS OF P P P P

Minor League Team GCL Braves Bluefield Blue Jays Bluefield Blue Jays Peoria Chiefs AZL Athletics Spokane Indians Helena Brewers Stockton Ports Clinton LumberKings

League Gulf Coast (R) Appalachian (R) Appalachian (R) Midwest (A) California (A) Northwest (ss-A) Pioneer (R) California (A) Midwest (A)

MLB Affiliation Atlanta Toronto Toronto Chicago Cubs Oakland Texas Milwaukee Oakland Seattle

Last year with the Herd 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2009 2009

Name: Victor Gomez Position: C Last Season with the Herd: 2011 Holds Marshall records for games played (217), at-bats (849), hits (294), doubles (248), home runs (52), RBIs (211), and total bases (510) Now plays for: GCL Braves (Gulf Coast Rookie League) MLB Affiliation: Atlanta Braves

Name: Ian Kadish Position: RHP Last Season with the Herd: 2011 Ranks third in Marshall history with 83 career appearances...tied for ninth in saves with five Now plays for: Bluefield Blue Jays (Appalachian League) MLB Affiliation: Toronto Blue Jays

Name: Arik Sikula Position: RHP Last Season with the Herd: 2011 Ranks fourth in Marshall history with eight career saves and 201 career strikeouts...named to All-Conference USA team in 2009 Now plays for: Bluefield Blue Jays (Appalachian League) MLB Affiliation: Toronto Blue Jays

Name: Kenny Socorro Position: SS Last Season with the Herd: 2011 Ranks third in Marshall history in at-bats (212) and fifth in hits (200) Now plays for: Peoria Chiefs (Midwest League) MLB Affiliation: Chicago Cubs

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Name: Rhett Stafford Position: OF Last Season with the Herd: 2011 Led Marshall with 10 home runs, 41 RBIs, 98 total bases, and a slugging percentage of .560 in 2011 Now plays for: AZL Athletics (Rookie Arizona League) MLB Affiliation: Oakland A’s

Name: Kevin Shackelford Position: RHP Last Season with the Herd: 2010 Now plays for: Helena Brewers (Pioneer Rookie League) MLB Affiliation: Milwaukee Brewers

Name: Greg Williams Position: LHP Last Season with the Herd: 2011 Now plays for: Spokane Indians (Northwest League) MLB Affiliation: Texas Rangers

Name: Dan Straily Position: RHP Last Season with the Herd: 2009 Ranks second in Marshall history with 15 career starts...named to the AllConference USA team in 2009 Now plays for: Stockton Ports (California League) MLB Affiliation: Oakland A’s

Name: Ryan Kiel Position: LHP Last Season with the Herd: 2009 Led Marshall in wins in 2007 and 2009... ranks 5 fifth all-time in appearances Now plays for: Clinton Lumberkings (Midwest League) MLB Affiliation: Seattle Mariners

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1896 (3-0) No Coach 1899 (5-0) No Coach 1900 (12-0) No Coach 1901 (9-0) M.M. Scott 1902 (8-2) M.M. Scott 1903 (2-1) George Ford 1904 (1-2) George Ford 1905 (4-4) Pennypacker 1906-09 No Baseball 1910 (5-11) Boyd Chambers 1911 (7-3) Boyd Chambers 1912 (14-4) Boyd Chambers 1913 (1-3) Boyd Chambers 1914 (8-2-1) Boyd Chambers 1915 (14-6) Boyd Chambers Ohio ........................................ W 11-9 Ohio ..........................................W 7-1 Michigan ..................................L 3-6 Sandy Valley .........................W 12-2 Marietta...................................W 2-1 Marietta...................................W 6-1 Giants...................................W 20-0 Morris Harvey........................L 6-7 W.Va. Wesleyan ................... W 12-3 W.Va. Wesleyan ...................W 11-10 West Virginia ..........................L 1-10 Fairmont State ................... W 17-0 West Virginia .........................W 4-2 West Virginia ..........................W 2-1 Hawaii ......................................L 4-8 Michigan Aggies....................W 3-2 Morris Harvey.......................W 5-2 Morris Harvey.......................W 5-2 Cubans .....................................L 0-3 Alumni ......................................L 6-9 1916 (16-13) Boyd Chambers All-Stars ..................................W 4-1 All-Stars .................................W 7-6 W.Va. Wesleyan ................... W 16-4 W.Va. Wesleyan .....................W 7-6 Ohio .........................................W 5-4 Bethany ..................................W 7-0 Bethany ...............................W 35-4 Marietta..................................W 9-7 Marietta..................................W 7-0 Hawaii .......................................L 1-2 Washington/Jefferson ........L 0-6 West Virginia ..........................L 2-3 West Virginia .......................W 13-5 St. Edwards .......................... W 16-1 Huntington Boosters............L 0-6 Huntington Boosters...........L 3-14 Morris Harvey...................... W 3-0 Alumni ......................................W 11-1 American Car Co...................W 6-1 Indiana ....................................L 3-12 Illinois ......................................L 2-4 Wabash ....................................L 3-6 Notre Dame .......................... W 8-6 Michigan Aggies.....................L 2-8 West Virginia ..........................L 0-7 West Virginia ........................ W 3-0 W.Va. Wesleyan .................... W 9-5 W.Va. Wesleyan ......................L 8-9 West Virginia ..........................L 2-4 1917 (5-3) Boyd Chambers Akron........................................W 9-1 Ohio State ...............................L 3-5 Charleston Collegians ....... W 9-0 Michigan Aggies....................W 6-2 Michigan Aggies......................L 1-2 Kalamazoo College ............. W 3-0 Marietta..................................W 3-2 West Virginia ..........................L 3-4 1918 (7-6) Carl Shipley

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All-Stars .................................W 3-2 Rio Grande ........................... L 9-24 Kentucky Wesleyan .............W 12-2 Morris Harvey.....................W 18-11 Kentucky Wesleyan ..............W 9-2 Morris Harvey.......................W 7-6 Morris Harvey...................... W 9-8 Morehead State....................L 8-12 Fairmont State .................... W 8-5 Morehead State.................. W 10-7 West Virginia ..........................L 3-9 Xavier......................................L 2-12 West Virginia .........................L 4-13 Xavier.......................................L 2-6 Staunton Military ..................L 2-6 Morris Harvey.......................W 9-7 Virginia ...................................L 4-15 Morris Harvey...................... W 8-5 Virginia Tech ..........................L 2-3 Xavier......................................L 7-15 Morris Harvey........................W 7-1 Xavier.......................................L 5-8 Partridge ................................W 3-1 Rio Grande .............................L 5-12 Partridge ................................L 3-9 1927 (9-5) 1919 (8-2-1) Johnny Stuart Carl Ridgley Fairmont State ...................W 15-3 Enslow.................................... W 10-1 Morris Harvey........................L 0-4 Central....................................W 14-1 West Virginia ..........................L 2-3 Huntington High..................W 10-6 West Virginia ........................ W 6-0 C&O Shops ...........................W 15-3 Morehead State................... W 9-5 W.Va. Wesleyan ......................L 0-4 Morehead State................... W 8-3 W.Va. Wesleyan ......................L 2-5 Kentucky Wesleyan ..............W 7-0 Princeton (W.Va.) ...............W 19-0 Xavier.......................................W 6-1 Concord...................................W 1-0 Xavier......................................W 7-6 St. Edwards .......................... W 5-3 Xavier.......................................W 9-1 Morris Harvey Alum ..........W 13-3 Xavier..................................... L 5-16 Ansted........................................ T 1-1 Morris Harvey........................L 6-7 Morris Harvey...................... W 9-5 1920 (8-8) Morris Harvey........................L 3-5 A.E. Reilly Ohio ..........................................W4-0 1928 (15-2)* Ohio ...........................................L 1-2 Johnny Stuart Boosters ................................W 4-3 Morris Harvey.......................W 7-3 Virginia Tech .......................W 16-5 Fairmont State ....................W 21-2 Virginia Tech ..........................L 3-6 Morehead State.................. W 14-3 Heidelburg College ..............W 4-3 Morehead State..................W 16-5 Heidelburg College ............ W 14-9 Ohio State ...............................L 2-3 Bethany ...................................L 3-5 Glenville State....................W 12-10 Cincinnati ................................L 2-7 Glenville State..................... W 17-0 Greenbrier Militar ...............W 5-4 West Virginia ........................ W 8-2 Concord...................................L 5-11 West Virginia ..........................L 0-3 Concord....................................L 0-1 Fairmont State .................... W 10-1 Ohio State ................................L 0-1 Morris Harvey.......................W 6-4 Ohio State ..............................L 0-14 Morris Harvey...................... W 9-3 Morris Harvey..................... W 10-2 Morehead State.....................W 2-1 Bethany ...................................W 6-1 Glenville State.......................W 11-5 Glenville State......................W 17-4 1921 (3-5) Morris Harvey.......................W 3-2 Herbert Cramer Alumni .....................................W 8-7 Ohio .........................................L 4-21 *W.Va. Conference Champs Ohio .........................................W 4-3 Virginia Tech ..........................L 1-19 1929 (14-1)* Virginia Tech ............L (Score NA) Johnny Stuart Ohio ..........................................L 4-5 Morris Harvey........................L 6-8 Ohio ..........................................L 3-9 Morris Harvey...................... W 5-3 Greenbrier Military .............W 9-2 Morris Harvey.......................W 6-4 Muskingum College ..............W 4-2 Glenville State.......................W 3-2 Fairmont State .....................W 4-3 1922 (1-7) West Virginia ....................... W 14-11 Kemper Shelton Rio Grande .............................W 11-2 Virginia Tech .........................L 4-10 Morris Harvey........................W 1-0 Virginia Tech .........................L 6-14 Morris Harvey.......................W 6-4 Kentucky Wesleyan ............... L 4-7 Fairmont State .....................W 5-2 Transylvania...........................L 4-5 West Virginia ........................ W 6-3 Marietta.................................L 14-17 Ohio Northern ..................... W 12-8 Marietta................................ W 16-2 Notre Dame ...........................W 4-3 Transylvania............................L 1-2 Notre Dame ............................W 1-0 Xavier......................................L 7-19 Alumni ...................................W 10-0 W.Va. Conference Champs 1923 (3-6) Kemper Shelton 1930 (10-6)* Xavier.................................... L 13-14 Johnny Stuart Xavier........................................L 1-5 Marietta...................................L 3-4 Georgetown ...........................W 7-6 Morris Harvey...................... W 19-1 Xavier........................................L 1-2 Cincinnati ............................W 16-15 Rio Grande .............................W 7-6 Fairmont State ..................W 20-5 Salem .......................................L 6-7 Xavier......................................W 7-6 Kentucky Wesleyan ...............L 6-8 Xavier..................................... W 11-3 Muskingum College ...............L 4-9 West Virginia ........................ L 8-10 Muskingum College ..............W 4-3 West Virginia ......................W 15-12 W.Va. Wesleyan .....................W 6-4 1924 (7-2) Fairmont State ...................W 19-0 H.R. Briggs Ohio .........................................L 2-14 Morris Harvey.......................W 7-2 West Virginia ........................ W 5-3 Morris Harvey.....................W 15-3 Cincinnati ................................L 3-9 Concord..................................L 9-12 Xavier.......................................W 7-1 Concord..................................W 7-2 Xavier.......................................L 2-3 Rio Grande .............................W 4-3 Alumni ......................................L 2-3 Rio Grande .............................L 2-10 W.Va. Conference Champs Kentucky Wesleyan ...............W 3-1 Kentucky Wesleyan ............. W 9-0 1931 (11-1-1)* Morris Harvey...................... W 2-0 Johnny Stuart Ohio ..........................................L 3-5 1925 (4-5) Morris Harvey.....................W 13-3 Russ Meredith Morris Harvey..................... W 10-4 Morris Harvey..................... W 13-2 Marietta................................ W 10-2 W.Va. Wesleyan .................... W 9-3 Morris Harvey..................... W 10-2 Rio Grande .............................W 4-3 Fairmont State .....................W 5-4 Morris Harvey........................L 4-11 Marietta..................................W 4-0 Morris Harvey........................W 5-1 Morris Harvey.....................W 15-0 W.Va. Wesleyan ......................L 1-12 Morris Harvey.....................W 15-0 Rio Grande ..............................L 2-8 W.Va. Wesleyan ......................T 3-3 W.Va. Wesleyan ...................L 10-16 Fairmont State .....................W 7-2 W.Va. Wesleyan ......................L 3-7 West Virginia ....................... W 12-0 West Virginia ..........................W 7-1 1926 (7-8) W.Va. Conference Champs Guy Fiber Eastern Kentucky ................W 17-7 1932 (8-6) Eastern Kentucky .................L 8-12 Johnny Stuart Bluefi eld State .....................W 5-2 Duke .........................................L 5-9

Duke .........................................L 4-9 Morris Harvey..................... W 13-4 Marietta................................ W 12-0 Ohio ..........................................L 5-9 Miami (Ohio) ......................... W 5-3 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 7-0 Ohio ..........................................L 4-5 Miami (Ohio) ............................ L 1-7 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 8-7 Morris Harvey..................... W 14-3 Rio Grande .......................... W 25-7 Morris Harvey...................... W 8-3 Alumni ......................................L 6-7

Kyle Tackett Ohio .........................................L 5-14 W.Va. Tech...............................W 2-1 W.Va. Tech................................L 1-6 Ohio ..........................................L 5-11

1943 (1-6) Johnny Watson Toledo Mud Hens*.............. L 2-20 Ohio ...........................................L 1-2 Kentucky.................................L 2-12 Kentucky..................................L 0-4 Cincinnati ................................L 2-4 W.Va. Tech...............................L 5-8 1933 (9-2)^ W.Va. Tech............................. W 8-2 Roy Hawley Cincinnati ................................L 0-5 Marietta................................ W 29-1 *Exhibition Game Morris Harvey.................... W 14-12 Ohio Wesleyan ......................W 4-0 1944-46 No Baseball Miami (Ohio) ......................... W 6-5 Ohio ..........................................L 5-11 1947 (1-2) Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 4-8 Joe Binns Cincinnati ............................. W 12-3 INCO........................................W 12-2 Ohio .........................................W 4-2 Cincinnati ................................L 0-6 Wittenberg ............................ W 6-5 W.Va. Tech..............................L 7-12 Cincinnati ...............................W 6-2 Morris Harvey.......................W 11-5 1948 (9-8) Buckeye Conference Champs Joe Binns Cedarville College .................L 3-4 1934 (13-2)^ Eastern Kentucky ...............L 18-19 Roy Hawley W.Va. Tech................................L 1-6 Rio Grande ............................ W 13-1 Salem ........................................L 1-11 Ohio .........................................W 8-7 Morris Harvey.......................W 5-2 Ohio Wesleyan ..................... W 3-0 Morehead State..................W 10-9 Miami (Ohio) ......................... W 5-3 Xavier........................................L 1-6 Cincinnati ................................W 4-1 Concord...................................W 6-1 Kentucky............................... W 10-4 Glenville State...................... W 5-3 Wittenberg ............................ W 5-0 W.Va. Tech............................. W 9-5 Huntington Redbirds ............L 7-8 Eastern Kentucky ..................L 2-6 Ohio Wesleyan .................... W 18-2 Morehead State....................W 6-2 Wittenberg .............................W 6-2 Xavier.......................................W 7-1 Kentucky.................................W 6-2 Morris Harvey........................L 2-5 Cincinnati .............................. W 2-0 Glenville State.......................W 5-2 Miami (Ohio) ..........................L 2-15 Concord................................. W 9-8 Ohio ........................................ W 9-8 Salem .......................................L 4-11 Ohio .......................................W 11-10 Buckeye Conference Champs 1949 (12-5) Joe Binns 1935 (8-1)^ New York State.....................W 7-0 Roy Hawley Fairmont State .................... W 3-0 Michigan ..................................L 3-8 Bluefi eld State ......................W 2-1 Ohio Wesleyan ..................... W 8-3 Concord................................. W 3-0 Miami (Ohio) ........................ W 13-11 Ohio .......................................... L 4-7 Cincinnati ...............................W 6-2 Ohio .........................................W 5-2 Ohio .........................................W 7-6 W.Va. Tech............................. W 8-5 Ohio Wesleyan ..................... W 8-6 Xavier........................................L 1-8 Cincinnati ................................W 5-1 Salem .......................................L 8-9 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 5-4 Fairmont State ......................L 6-7 Ohio U .....................................W 3-2 Eastern Kentucky .................L 4-10 Dayton.....................................W 5-4 Buckeye Conference Champs Salem .......................................W 8-1 Xavier.......................................W 2-1 1936 (3-9) Ohio ..........................................W 6-1 Francis Farley Kenova All-Stars ...................L 6-7 W.Va. Tech..............................W 7-6 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 2-8 Eastern Kentucky ................ W 9-8 Cincinnati ................................L 2-9 Huntington Redbirds ...........L 7-12 1950 (11-10) Ohio Wesleyan ......................L 11-17 Howard Hood Miami (Ohio) ........................ W 10-4 Concord................................ W 17-0 Cincinnati .................................L 1-2 Akron...................................... L 9-10 Ohio Wesleyan .......................L 5-6 Ohio ..........................................L 5-7 Dayton...................................W 15-6 Ohio ..........................................W 6-1 Ohio ........................................ L 6-10 Dayton................................... W 13-7 Ohio ...........................................L 1-3 Bluefi eld State ...................W 18-0 Dayton................................... W 10-4 Xavier.......................................L 2-3 Evansville College .................L 2-7 W.Va. Tech............................. W 8-6 1937 (4-5) Morris Harvey........................L 2-11 Francis Farley Ohio ..........................................L 0-9 Evansville College ............... L 8-13 Ohio Wesleyan .......................L 7-8 Ohio .........................................L 4-14 Dayton.....................................W 7-6 Xavier........................................L 1-3 Miami (Ohio) ......................... L 5-10 W.Va. Tech..............................W 7-6 Portsmouth ............................L 6-7 Morris Harvey...................... W 9-3 Charleston Senators ...........L 1-13 Morehead State................... W 11-8 Ohio .........................................W 3-2 Eastern Kentucky ..................L 4-5 Ohio Wesleyan .......................W 2-1 Tennessee Tech................... W 9-8 Dayton.................................... W 3-0 Tennessee Tech................... W 6-5 Morehead State....................W 7-6 Eastern Kentucky ..................L 2-4 1938 (6-3) Cam Henderson Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 0-3 1951 (5-10) Cincinnati ...............................W 4-0 Howard Hood Dayton.................................... W 5-0 Miami (Ohio) ......................... L 3-10 Ohio ...........................................L 1-4 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 2-8 Ohio Wesleyan .....................W 17-4 Miami (Ohio) ......................... L 0-10 Dayton......................................L 6-7 W.Va. Tech............................W 18-3 New River State ..................W 15-7 Morehead State.....................W 1-0 Cincinnati .............................. W 6-0 Ohio ..........................................L 2-4 Ohio .........................................W 5-4 Eastern Kentucky ............... W 12-6 Xavier.......................................L 5-11 Morehead State................... L 10-11 1939-40 Xavier.......................................L 7-8 No Baseball Morris Harvey.......................W 3-2 Eastern Kentucky .................L 2-15 1941 (2-1) Morris Harvey...................... W 8-6 No Coach Morehead State.....................W 4-1 W.Va. Tech...............................L 2-4 Morehead State....................L 7-10 Ohio .......................................... L 4-7 Independent Team ............. W 14-0 1952 (8-5) Joe Binns Akron...................................... W 11-0 1942 (1-3)

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Morehead State.....................L 4-5 Western Michigan .................L 2-8 Western Michigan ............... W 8-6 Concord................................ W 15-2 Morris Harvey.......................W 6-2 Ohio ..........................................L 2-8 Morris Harvey........................L 3-7 Eastern Kentucky .................W 6-2 Morehead State....................W 7-6 Concord................................. W 9-0 W.Va. Tech..............................W 9-7 Eastern Kentucky ..................L 0-5 1953 (8-5) Joe Binns Concord..................................W 3-2 Concord..................................W 6-2 Morehead State.................. W 14-0 Morehead State.....................W 4-1 W.Va. Tech..............................W 11-5 Kent State ...............................L 6-7 Kent State ..............................W 7-6 Western Michigan .................L 7-8 Western Michigan .................L 3-4 Morris Harvey.......................W 6-2 Marietta.................................... L 1-7 Toledo ......................................W 8-1 Toledo ......................................L 3-8

1958 (8-10, 4-8 MAC) Bill Chambers Ohio Wesleyan .......................L 3-4 Kent State ...............................L 3-5 Kent State ...............................W 2-1 Dayton.................................... W 11-0 Western Michigan ................. L 4-7 Western Michigan .................L 3-6 Ohio ..........................................L 0-6 Ohio ..........................................L 2-11 Morehead State................... W 6-5 Xavier.......................................L 5-8 Bowling Green .......................L 4-6 Bowling Green .......................W 3-1 W.Va. Tech...............................W 3-1 W.Va. Tech..............................W 8-7 Toledo .....................................W 4-3 Toledo .....................................W 4-3 Miami (Ohio) ........................... L 4-7 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 2-6 1959 (12-10, 4-6 MAC) Bill Chambers W.Va. Tech...............................W 11-1 Cornell .....................................W 3-1 Camp Lejeune ........................L 5-7 Concord..................................W 4-2 Concord................................. W 8-3 Concord................................W 16-6 Concord...................................L 4-5 Dayton.....................................W 5-2 Ohio ..........................................L 5-11 Ohio ....................................... L 9-23 Xavier.......................................W 5-1 Dayton.......................................L 0-1 Dayton.......................................L 1-6 Bowling Green .......................L 2-3 Bowling Green .......................L 3-5 Camp Lejeune ...................... W 6-3 Toledo .................................... W 5-0 Toledo .....................................W 4-2 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 3-2 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 1-2 Kent State ...............................L 0-6 Kent State ..............................W 5-4

1954 (8-9, 1-7 MAC) Joe Binns W.Va. Tech............................. W 8-2 W.Va. Tech...............................L 7-9 Concord................................ W 10-2 Morehead State....................W 21-1 Ohio ........................................ W 6-5 Kent State ...............................L 0-6 Kent State ................................L 1-4 Ohio ..........................................L 0-4 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 2-6 Morehead State.................. W 12-6 Toledo ......................................L 3-9 Morris Harvey......................W 15-7 Western Reserve ..................L 4-8 Western Reserve ..................W 5-1 Morris Harvey.......................W 5-2 Bowling Green .......................L 0-6 1960 (11-11, 4-4 MAC) Bowling Green .......................L 2-8 Bill Chambers W.Va. Tech................................L 1-4 1955 (2-11, 1-6 MAC) W.Va. Tech................................L 1-3 Jack Cook Xavier........................................L 1-2 Morehead State.....................L 3-7 Xavier.................................... W 10-2 Kenyon College ......................L 6-7 Dayton......................................W 5-1 Western Michigan .................L 1-10 Dayton.................................... W 6-3 Morris Harvey.......................L 4-15 Ohio ...........................................L 1-9 Toledo .................................... W 5-3 Concord................................. W 13-1 Toledo ......................................L 5-6 Concord................................. W 6-3 Western Reserve ..................L 0-4 Virginia Tech ....................... L 8-32 Western Reserve ..................L 3-5 W.Va. Tech..............................W 5-4 W.Va. Tech............................W 11-10 Wake Forest ...........................L 6-7 Bowling Green .......................L 3-11 Camp Lejeune ........................L 3-8 Bowling Green ..................... L 3-15 Bowling Green .......................L 5-7 Xavier.......................................L 0-4 Bowling Green ......................W 4-3 Xavier.......................................L 3-9 W.Va. Tech...............................L 4-9 Toledo ......................................W 1-0 1956 (7-10, 1-8 MAC) Toledo ...................................W 10-6 Bill Chambers W.Va. Tech............................ W 10-4 Morehead State...................W 14-4 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 0-4 Concord..................................W 7-4 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 4-8 Concord..................................W 7-6 Western Michigan ............... W 3-0 Morris Harvey........................L 0-6 Morehead State................... W 8-5 1961 (8-12-1, 2-8 MAC) W.Va. Tech..............................W 8-4 Alvis Brown Bowling Green .......................L 5-6 Morris Harvey...................... W 5-0 Bowling Green ......................L 7-10 Dayton................................... W 10-2 Ohio ..........................................L 0-6 W.Va. Tech..............................W 11-5 Ohio ..........................................L 2-8 Bowling Green ..................... W 8-5 Western Michigan ............... L 3-19 Bowling Green ..................... L 3-15 Western Michigan .................L 1-10 Morehead State.....................L 5-6 Morris Harvey.....................W 10-3 Morehead State.....................T 9-9 W.Va. Tech..............................L 2-10 Xavier........................................L 1-2 Kent State ..............................L 5-12 Miami (Ohio) ......................... L 5-16 Kent State ...............................W 1-0 Miami (Ohio) ......................... W 9-5 Miami (Ohio) ......................... L 8-15 WVSC .......................................W 4-3 Dayton...................................L 13-19 1957 (6-16, 1-11 MAC) Kent State ...............................L 2-7 Bill Chambers Kent State ................................L 0-1 Concord..................................W 5-2 W.Va. Tech..............................L 2-12 Concord....................................L 1-2 Western Michigan ................L 4-13 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 1-9 Western Michigan ................L 3-12 Miami (Ohio) .......................... L 0-8 Rio Grande ..............................W 3-1 W.Va. Tech...............................L 5-9 Rio Grande ............................ W 6-5 Kent State ...............................L 0-4 Ohio .........................................L 7-15 Kent State ............................ W 12-6 Ohio .........................................L 7-15 Dayton.......................................L 1-2 Western Michigan .................L 4-6 1962 (4-10, 0-8 MAC) Western Michigan ................L 2-12 Alvis Brown Morehead State....................W 7-2 Morehead State..................W 13-6 Morehead State...................W 12-7 W.Va. Tech..............................W 7-5 Ohio ..........................................L 4-11 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 1-8 Ohio .........................................L 2-12 Miami (Ohio...........................)L 5-6 Morris Harvey........................L 3-4 Rio Grande ..........................L 10-22 Emory & Henry ..................W 13-10 Kent State ..............................L 11-12 Virginia Tech .........................W 8-4 Kent State ...............................L 4-5 VMI ............................................L 3-9 Dayton.......................................L 1-5 Bowling Green .......................L 2-4 Western Michigan ................ L 0-8 Bowling Green .......................L 0-3 Western Michigan .................L 2-4 Toledo ......................................L 0-4 Rio Grande .............................W 9-4 Toledo .......................................L 1-8 Ohio .........................................L 3-12 Ohio ..........................................L 2-9


MARSHALL BASEBALL W.Va. Tech.............................. W 8-5 Guilford College.......................L 1-11 Pembroke College...................L 1-2 1963 (8-17, 2-10 MAC) Pembroke College................ L 3-12 Alvis Brown Wilmington College ................L 3-4 W.Va. Tech..............................L 8-16 Wilmington College ................W 9-1 W.Va. Tech.............................. L 4-10 Concord..................................W 3-0 Toledo ....................................W 13-11 Concord.................................. W 7-0 Toledo ..................................W 24-16 Marietta....................................L 4-8 Rio Grande ............................. W 8-2 Ohio ..........................................L 4-14 Rio Grande ............................ L 10-14 Ohio ......................................... L 5-10 Morehead State.................... L 5-16 W.Va. Tech..............................W 6-0 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 5-9 Xavier.......................................W 4-2 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 2-4 Cincinnati ...............................L 3-10 Morris Harvey......................W 10-9 Morris Harvey.........................W 9-1 Kent State .................................L 1-9 Bowling Green ........................L 4-5 Kent State ................................L 4-8 Bowling Green ..................... L 6-22 WVSC .........................................W 9-1 Morehead State......................L 2-4 Western Michigan ..................L 1-16 Toledo ..................................... W 11-5 Western Michigan ..................L 4-11 Toledo .......................................W 3-1 Morehead State....................L 9-10 Morris Harvey......................W 13-2 Morehead State......................L 2-11 Miami (Ohio) .......................... W 3-2 Ohio ............................................L 1-3 Kent State ...............................W 4-2 Ohio .........................................L 5-27 Kent State ............................... L 0-9 W.Va. Tech................................W 7-1 Rio Grande ............................W 16-3 1968 (18-7, 5-4 MAC) Morris Harvey.......................W 3-0 Jack Cook WVSC .........................................L 4-8 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 5-0 Bowling Green ....................... L 0-8 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 7-0 Bowling Green .........................L 1-4 Morehead State.................... W 9-2 Xavier...................................... W 3-2 1964 (8-15, 3-8 MAC) VMI .............................................L 5-7 Alvis Brown VMI .............................................W 4-1 Morris Harvey....................... W 9-2 Hampden-Sydney .................W 3-0 Morris Harvey.........................W 7-1 Morris Harvey....................... W 8-4 Morris Harvey.........................L 3-4 Concord.................................. W 4-0 Morris Harvey..........................L 1-4 Concord.................................. W 4-0 WVSC ....................................... W 4-3 Davidson................................W 10-3 WVSC ....................................... L 5-18 Wofford......................................L 1-4 Miami (Ohio) ........................... L 0-11 Wofford.................................... L 3-6 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 5-7 WVSC ...................................... W 12-4 Kent State .............................. L 3-12 Bowling Green ...................... W 3-2 Rio Grande ...............................L 4-5 Bowling Green .......................L 2-12 Rio Grande ............................. W 5-0 Kentucky................................. W 5-2 Rio Grande ...............................W 7-1 Toledo ..................................... W 6-5 Western Michigan ...................L 1-5 Toledo ..................................... W 4-3 Western Michigan ................. L 0-8 Miami (Ohio) .............................L 1-8 Morehead State.......................L 1-7 Miami (Ohio) .......................... W 6-3 Morehead State.................... L 0-15 Morris Harvey......................W 10-2 Morehead State......................L 4-5 Kent State ...............................W 4-2 Ohio ...........................................L 2-6 Western Michigan ..................L 0-7 Ohio ............................................L 1-7 Western Michigan ..................L 2-9 Bowling Green ........................L 2-4 Bowling Green .......................W 8-7 1969 (14-12-1, 7-7 MAC) Toledo ..................................... W 6-3 Jack Cook Toledo ..................................... W 8-4 Glenville State.........................L 2-5 Glenville State....................... W 8-2 1965 (6-19, 0-12 MAC) Emory & Henry .......................L 5-7 Alvis Brown Emory & Henry .................... W 12-5 Marietta.....................................L 1-4 East Tennessee ..................... T 3-3 Rio Grande ........................... W 24-4 West Virginia ...........................W 5-1 Rio Grande ............................. W 9-3 Morehead State......................L 5-9 Kent State ................................L 1-14 Morehead State......................L 2-5 Kent State ................................L 3-4 Bowling Green ........................L 2-11 Northern Illinois ...................L 8-10 Bowling Green ........................L 2-4 Western Michigan .................L 0-17 Bowling Green ....................... W 1-0 Western Michigan ..................L 2-4 Kentucky...................................W 4-1 Morris Harvey.........................W 9-1 Miami (Ohio) .......................... W 4-3 Ohio ...........................................L 1-12 Miami (Ohio) ............................W 9-1 Ohio ...........................................L 1-18 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 3-0 Morehead State..................... L 0-3 Morris Harvey....................... W 11-5 Morehead State......................L 2-3 Kent State ...............................W 4-2 Morris Harvey....................... W 4-3 Kent State .............................. W 5-3 Rio Grande ...............................W 5-1 Kent State ................................L 2-5 Rio Grande ............................W 19-2 Xavier........................................W 4-1 Bowling Green .......................L 2-12 Western Michigan ...................L 1-6 Bowling Green .......................L 7-12 Western Michigan ................. W 1-0 Morehead State......................L 4-6 Morehead State......................L 5-6 Morehead State..................... L 0-9 Ohio ...........................................L 0-2 Toledo .......................................L 4-11 Ohio ...........................................L 4-5 Toledo .......................................L 4-11 Ohio ...........................................L 5-6 Marietta...................................L 5-17 Marietta..................................W 3-0 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 2-3 Miami (Ohio) .......................... L 5-10 1970 (14-12) Jack Cook 1966 (6-15, 1-7 MAC) WVSC .........................................W 3-1 Bob Kruthoffer WVSC ......................................W 16-0 Marietta....................................L 4-9 Marietta....................................W 2-1 Rio Grande ............................. W 9-5 Toledo ..................................... W 6-5 Rio Grande ...............................L 6-7 Morehead State.......................L 1-3 Western Michigan .................W 7-4 Dayton..................................... W 2-0 Western Michigan ...................L 1-8 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 4-5 Ohio ......................................... L 2-18 Miami (Ohio) .......................... L 5-10 Ohio ...........................................L 3-7 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 3-5 Morehead State....................L 6-10 Kent State .............................. W 4-3 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 2-0 Kent State .................................L 1-3 W.Va. Tech.................................L 1-5 Morris Harvey....................... W 10-1 Rio Grande ............................. W 9-5 Morris Harvey....................... W 2-0 Rio Grande ...............................L 2-8 Kentucky...................................L 2-7 Morris Harvey....................... W 8-2 Western Michigan ................ L 2-16 Toledo .......................................L 3-5 Western Michigan ...................L 1-5 Toledo ........................................L 1-9 Western Michigan ..................L 0-7 Rio Grande ............................. L 8-12 Virginia Tech ......................... W 6-2 Morehead State.................... L 3-16 Ohio ......................................... L 3-18 Xavier.....................................W 10-5 Ohio ........................................W 10-6 Kent State ............................... L 0-8 Ohio ............................................L 1-8 Kent State ................................L 3-11 Morehead State.....................W 9-7 Morris Harvey.........................L 3-5 Xavier.......................................W 11-7 Bowling Green .......................W 7-6 1967 (11-12, 4-5 MAC) Bowling Green .......................W 5-4 Jack Cook Bowling Green .........................L 1-4

1971 (16-19) Jack Cook Malone ................................W 9-2 Malone ................................W 5-3 Morris Harvey......................L 1-2 Morris Harvey.................... L 2-8 Morehead State................W 7-0 WVSC .................................... L 2-3 WVSC ...................................W 11-2 Marietta............................... L 0-2 Miami (Ohio) ........................ L 1-6 Miami (Ohio) ......................W 5-3 Miami (Ohio) ........................L 2-4 Morehead State...............L 10-21 Kent State ..........................W 3-2 WVSC .................................... L 4-5 WVSC ..................................W 12-3 Dayton...................................L 7-11 Dayton................................. W 7-4 Dayton.................................. L 4-8 Rio Grande ........................W 17-5 Rio Grande ........................W 12-5 Ohio .....................................L 3-14 Ohio ...................................... L 4-5 Ohio ........................................L 1-5 Rio Grande ........................W 17-8 Rio Grande .......................W 23-2 Cleveland State ..................L 6-7 Cleveland State ................W 6-2 Cleveland State ................. W 4-1 Cincinnati ...........................L 4-13 Xavier..................................W 3-2 Virginia Tech ...................... L 5-9 Bowling Green ..................L 8-13 Toledo ....................................L 1-2 Toledo .................................W 2-0 Bowling Green .................L 14-15

L 4-5 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 4-8 Dayton......................................W 7-5 Dayton........................................L 1-3 Morris Harvey........................ L 3-6 Morris Harvey....................... W 9-2 Toledo ...................................... L 3-8 Toledo .......................................L 4-5 Ohio ......................................... W 5-3 Marietta....................................L 2-9 Akron....................................... W 6-5 Akron....................................... W 6-5 Akron....................................... W 9-3 WVSC ....................................... W 9-5 WVSC ......................................W 12-3 Ohio ......................................... L 3-14 Concord..................................W 3-0 Concord.................................W 19-2 Xavier........................................L 2-4 Cincinnati .................................L 2-8 Cincinnati .................................W 3-1 Virginia Tech ...........................L 2-4 Morehead State..................... L 3-8 Morehead State.....................W 14-1 Cleveland State .................... W 5-3 Cleveland State ..................... L 3-6 Cleveland State ...................W 10-4

William & Mary .....................W 12-3 WVSC ....................................... W 8-4 Marietta....................................L 2-3 Morris Harvey.........................W 4-1 Morris Harvey.......................W 12-7 Davidson...................................W 3-1 Davidson................................. W 5-0 Virginia Tech ...........................L 2-6 WVSC ......................................W 12-8 West Virginia ...........................L 0-2 West Virginia ..........................W 4-2 East Carolina...........................L 3-4 East Carolina............................L 1-2 Appalachian State................. L 3-8 Appalachian State..................W 4-1 The Citadel ................................L 1-3 The Citadel ...............................W 5-1 Furman .................................. W 12-4 Furman .....................................L 6-7 Xavier.......................................W 7-5 Western Carolina ....................L 0-1 Western Carolina ...................L 2-3 Cincinnati .................................L 3-4 Miami (Ohio) ........................... L 0-11 Miami (Ohio) .............................L 0-1 Ohio ......................................... L 9-14 VMI .............................................W 2-1 VMI ............................................W 8-7 1975 (24-10) Morehead State.................... W 6-5 Jack Cook Morehead State...................W 10-2 W.Va. Tech.............................W 10-0 Virginia Tech ............................L 1-8 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 8-2 Clemson ..................................L 7-10 1978 (27-13, 11-1 SoCon) Clemson ...................................W 4-1 Jack Cook Clemson .................................L 0-13 @ Columbus College............ W 3-2 South Carolina.........................L 1-9 @ Columbus College..............L 6-11 Western Connecticut .........W 13-3 Maryland (in Ga.)..................L 6-10 Coastal Carolina.................... L 8-9 @ Columbus College..............L 3-5 1972 (14-11) Morris Harvey.........................W 6-1 North Central (in Ga.) ......... W 5-2 Jack Cook Morris Harvey....................... W 13-1 @ West Georgia ....................W 3-0 Biscayne.............................. L 4-5 Miami (Ohio) .......................... L 2-10 WVSC ....................................... W 3-2 Biscayne.............................W 2-0 Miami (Ohio) .......................... W 9-4 WVSC ....................................... W 6-2 Florida Tech......................W 12-2 Louisville ...................................L 1-4 The Citadel .............................. L 0-3 Stetson ................................ L 5-6 Louisville ..................................W 3-1 The Citadel ...............................W 3-1 Jacksonville .......................L 3-8 WVSC ......................................W 10-3 Furman ................................... W 6-5 WVSC .................................... W 5-1 WVSC ....................................W 22-10 Furman ................................... W 4-3 WVSC ...................................W 8-4 West Virginia ........................ W 13-7 @ Western Carolina ............ W 6-3 Kent State ............................L 4-7 Dayton.......................................W 5-1 @ Western Carolina ............ W 6-3 Morehead State................. L 7-8 Dayton..................................... W 8-2 @ UT-Chattanooga..............W 10-9 Eastern Michigan .............W 8-5 Dayton.......................................W 11-1 @ UT-Chattanooga............... W 5-2 Marietta............................... W 2-1 Dayton..................................... W 6-5 Marietta...................................L 11-12 Cleveland State ................ W 7-6 Morehead State......................W 4-1 @ Virginia Tech..................... W 6-2 Miami (Ohio) ....................... L 2-9 Morehead State.................... W 6-5 Georgetown (Ky.) ...................W 4-1 Miami (Ohio) ........................ L 1-3 Ohio State ................................L 5-7 Georgetown (Ky.) ................. W 9-2 Ohio .....................................L 6-12 Marietta.................................. L 8-13 Appalachian State................ W 3-2 Ohio ....................................... L 1-3 Akron...................................... W 12-5 Appalachian State................ W 4-3 WVSC ...................................W 2-0 WVSC ........................................W 7-6 @ W.Va. Tech ........................W 10-0 WVSC ......................................L 1-4 WVSC ........................................W 4-2 @ W.Va. Tech ........................ W 12-2 Dayton................................W 15-2 Ohio ...........................................L 5-7 @ Morehead State .................W 7-1 Dayton.................................. W 6-1 Eastern Kentucky ..................W 7-4 @ Morehead State ..................L 1-6 Dayton................................W 11-10 Eastern Kentucky ................W 12-3 @ VMI ......................................W 17-2 Virginia Tech .....................W 3-2 Cleveland State ..................... L 0-5 @ VMI ...................................... W 9-5 Morehead State...............W 10-5 Cleveland State .....................W 7-5 @ Miami (Ohio) .......................L 4-8 Xavier................................... L 7-8 @ Ohio........................................L 1-3 Xavier................................... W 4-1 1976 (18-13) @ Cincinnati ........................... L 3-8 Jack Cook @ Xavier ................................. W 4-3 1973 (18-10) W.Va. Tech.............................. W 9-5 @ Xavier ..................................W 8-7 Jack Cook W.Va. Tech.................................L 0-1 Morehead State......................W 4-1 WVSC ...................................W 3-0 Morehead State.......................L 1-5 Morehead State......................W 2-1 WVSC ................................... W 7-3 Morehead State......................L 5-9 Ohio .......................................... L 3-8 Oakland.................................W 7-1 WVSC .........................................W 3-1 * Southern Conference Oakland...............................W 9-0 WVSC ....................................... W 10-1 Champions Glenville State...................W 5-0 West Virginia ...........................L 0-4 Within one game of World Morris Harvey...................W 4-3 West Virginia ...........................L 5-6 Series Morris Harvey................... W 8-7 Virginia Tech ..........................L 4-12 Concord...............................W 8-1 Ohio ......................................... W 5-3 1979 (23-15-1, 10-6 SoCon) Concord.............................. W 7-2 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 9-2 Jack Cook Cleveland State ................. L 0-2 W.Va. Tech................................W 11-1 @ Miami (Fla.) .........................L 5-7 Cleveland State ................. L 3-4 Akron....................................... W 2-0 @ Miami (Fla.) ........................ L 3-8 Cleveland State .................. L 1-6 Akron....................................... W 7-0 @ Columbus (Ga.) ................ W 4-3 Ohio .....................................W 6-2 Akron......................................W 13-5 @ Columbus (Ga.) .................W 4-2 Concord.............................W 18-7 WVSC ......................................W 13-9 @ Columbus (Ga.) ................. L 5-8 Concord............................... L 0-2 WVSC ...................................... W 16-4 @ West Georgia ......................L 3-4 Akron.................................... L 5-6 Ohio ......................................... W 11-9 @ Furman................................ L 0-3 Akron...................................W 6-0 Morehead State......................L 6-7 @ Furman............................... W 3-2 Akron.................................... W 5-1 Morehead State..................... W 8-1 @ The Citadel ........................ W 4-3 Ohio .....................................L 4-16 Xavier.........................................L 1-4 @ The Citadel ......................... L 3-6 Dayton.................................W 4-0 Cincinnati ................................L 5-12 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 10-1 Virginia Tech ......................L 5-8 Cincinnati .................................L 6-11 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 9-2 WVSC ...................................W 6-0 Miami (Ohio) .............................L 1-4 Morris Harvey....................... W 6-3 WVSC ................................... W 11-4 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 4-11 Morris Harvey........................W 7-4 Xavier..................................W 3-2 Virginia Tech .......................... L 0-5 @ WVSC .................................. W 5-2 Cincinnati ...........................W 3-2 Cleveland State ...................W 10-6 @ WVSC ....................................W 5-1 Cincinnati ............................ L 2-3 Cleveland State ......................W 3-1 @ Appalachian State ..............L 0-1 Southern Illinois ................ L 2-5 Cleveland State ......................W 2-1 @ Appalachian State .............L 4-5 Miami (Ohio) ....................... L 2-5 Georgetown (Ky.) ................. W 8-4 @ East Tennessee ................. L 0-3 * NCAA Carbondale, Ill. Tour. Georgetown (Ky.) .................W 8-6 @ East Tennessee ................. L 0-8 Bid @ Marietta ..............................W 7-5 1974 (21-15) 1977 (20-21, 8-8 SoCon) UT-Chattanooga .....................W 4-1 Jack Cook Jack Cook UT-Chattanooga ....................W 8-7 Francis Marion .................W 8-2 Columbus College ................. W 1-0 VMI ........................................... W 6-5 Bap. Coll. Charleston ...... W 11-4 Columbus College ................. L 3-6 VMI ............................................ W 8-1 Bap. Coll. Charleston .....W 18-4 Columbus College ..................L 2-3 Xavier...................................... W 9-2 W.Va. Tech..........................W 4-3 Auburn .....................................L 5-17 Xavier...................................... W 6-5 W.Va. Tech........................... W 9-1 Clemson ...................................L 2-5 Western Carolina ...................W 3-1 WVSC .................................... W 9-1 Georgetown (Ky.) ................. W 3-2 Western Carolina ................ W 15-2 WVSC ...................................W 3-2 Georgetown (Ky.) ................W 10-0 @ Morehead State ...............L 3-10 Morehead State.................. L 1-3 W.Va. Tech............................... L 0-3 @ Morehead State ................ T 3-3 Morehead State.................L 0-3 W.Va. Tech.............................W 14-0 Miami (Ohio) ..........................L 6-10 Miami (Ohio) ..................................... William & Mary ....................... L 0-5 Miami (Ohio) ............................L 2-11

@ Ohio.....................................W 8-6 Davidson................................. W 6-3 Davidson................................. W 6-5 Cincinnati ..............................L 6-20 Cincinnati ............................... W 6-5 Ohio .........................................W 8-6 1980 (17-11, 10-3 SoCon) Jack Cook @ Columbus College..............L 5-11 @ Columbus College.............L 2-14 @ Kentucky ............................ W 6-3 @ Kentucky ............................. L 0-3 The Citadel .............................W 9-0 The Citadel ..............................W 11-4 Appalachian State................. L 0-6 Appalachian State.................W 9-7 WVSC ...................................... W 15-2 WVSC ......................................W 14-0 @ Georgetown (Ky.) ..............L 4-6 @ Georgetown (Ky.) ...........W 12-0 @ Xavier ...................................L 5-9 @ Xavier ................................W 15-5 @ Cincinnati .............................L 1-4 @ Cincinnati ............................L 3-4 @ Western Carolina ..............L 3-4 @ Western Carolina ..............W 4-1 @ UT-Chattanooga............... W 5-0 @ UT-Chattanooga............... W 8-4 Morehead State.....................W 5-4 @ Charleston (W.Va.)*........W 14-7 @ Charleston (W.Va.) ............L 4-5 @ Davidson .............................W 5-4 @ Davidson ............................. W 8-1 @ VMI ......................................W 9-0 @ VMI ........................................W 7-1 @ East Tennessee ................. L 0-6 Morris Harvey changed to Charleston 1981 (22-17, 13-6 SoCon) Jack Cook Clemson ...................................L 2-3 Columbus College ..................L 2-5 Columbus College ..................L 5-7 Columbus College .................W 5-4 Columbus College ..................L 5-6 UNC-Charlotte .......................W 7-3 UNC-Charlotte .....................W 13-0 UT-Chattanooga ................... W 5-0 UT-Chattanooga ...................W 6-0 Davidson.................................W 3-0 Davidson...................................W 9-1 Cincinnati ............................... W 4-3 Cincinnati .................................W 2-1 Morehead State................... W 16-7 West Virginia .........................W 3-0 West Virginia ......................... W 7-0 Eastern Kentucky ...................L 3-4 Eastern Kentucky ..................L 5-12 Ohio ......................................... W 12-1 Ohio ..........................................L 3-17 Morehead State......................L 4-7 Kentucky...................................L 2-3 Kentucky...................................L 0-4 Western Kentucky................. W 1-0 Western Kentucky..................L 2-9 East Tennessee ..................... L 8-9 East Tennessee .................... W 8-2 Furman .................................... L 0-6 Furman ....................................W 5-4 Appalachian State................ W 9-3 Appalachian State..................L 2-5 The Citadel ............................. W 5-3 The Citadel ............................. W 6-3 VMI ...........................................W 17-2 VMI ...........................................W 17-2 Western Carolina ................. W 5-3 East Tennessee ......................L 2-9 East Tennessee ......................L 3-5 * Southern Conference Champions 1982 (17-21, 8-8 SoCon) Jack Cook @ Columbus (Ga.) ................W 8-3 @ Columbus (Ga.) ...................L 1-2 @ Columbus (Ga.) ..................L 6-7 @ Clemson ................................L 1-5 @ Clemson ..............................L 5-12 @ Davidson ........................... W 16-4 @ Davidson ...........................W 10-0 @ VMI ........................................W 5-1 @ VMI ...................................... L 3-14 @ Western Carolina ..............L 5-6 @ Western Carolina ............. L 0-3 @ UT-Chattanooga..............W 10-2 @ UT-Chattanooga............... W 3-2 @ West Virginia ......................L 3-4 The Citadel ............................. L 9-12 The Citadel ...............................L 8-11 Morehead State................... L 4-20 @ Ohio.......................................L 4-9 @ Ohio..................................... W 6-2 @ W.Va. Tech ......................... W 6-4 @ W.Va. Tech ........................W 13-2 East Tennessee .......................L 1-5 East Tennessee .................... W 11-2 @ Morehead State .............W 16-10 @ Xavier ................................. L 6-12

@ Xavier ................................W 16-2 @ Cincinnati .........................W 16-3 Eastern Kentucky ...................L 8-11 Eastern Kentucky ...................L 2-6 Marietta.................................. W 12-1 Charleston (W.Va.).................L 4-6 Charleston (W.Va.)............... W 7-0 Appalachian State..................L 8-11 Appalachian State..................L 4-9 Furman ...................................W 3-0 Furman ...................................W 8-3 Kentucky....................................L 1-4 Kentucky...................................L 7-8 1983 (19-14, 7-7 SoCon) Jack Cook @ Columbus (Ga.) ................L 11-27 @ Columbus (Ga.) ...............W 10-5 @ Columbus (Ga.) ..................W 11-1 @ Columbus (Ga.) ................ W 6-4 @ Columbus (Ga.) ..................L 4-8 @ Lincoln-Memorial............ W 21-4 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 12-1 W.Va. Tech............................. W 14-4 WVSC .......................................W 9-8 @ The Citadel ..........................L 3-5 @ The Citadel ......................... L 0-6 @ Appalachian State ............ L 0-5 @ Appalachian State ........... W 8-4 Xavier......................................L 6-18 VMI ..............................................L 0-1 VMI ............................................ L 3-6 Morehead State................... W 12-11 East Tennessee .................... L 3-15 East Tennessee .................... W 3-2 @ Furman............................... W 3-2 @ Furman.............................. W 10-7 @ Morehead State ................L 7-17 Western Carolina .................W 9-8 Western Carolina ................. W 5-3 Davidson....................................L 1-4 Davidson...................................W 3-1 Ohio ......................................... L 2-10 Ohio ......................................... W 6-2 @ Charleston (W.Va.) .......... W 12-1 Cincinnati ............................... W 6-3 Cincinnati .................................L 8-11 Kentucky...................................L 3-4 Kentucky...................................W 2-1 1984 (11-16, 5-8 SoCon) Jack Cook Clemson ....................................L 1-8 Clemson ...................................L 3-7 Clemson .................................. L 0-6 Auburn .................................... L 0-12 Columbus (Ga.) ........................L 1-9 Appalachian State................ W 9-5 Appalachian State...................L 1-9 Appalachian State..................L 2-7 West Virginia ......................... W 5-0 VMI .............................................W 2-1 VMI ..........................................W 13-6 VMI .............................................L 2-3 VMI ........................................... L 6-12 VMI .......................................... W 14-3 Appalachian State.................L 2-17 Appalachian State..................L 3-4 Appalachian State..................L 4-6 Concord....................................W 3-1 Concord.................................W 13-2 East Tennessee ..................W 20-4 East Tennessee ..................... L 8-9 Kentucky................................W 15-6 Kentucky.................................. L 3-6 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 9-5 W.Va. Tech............................W 20-5 Ohio ......................................... L 2-10 Ohio ......................................... L 4-16 1985 (26-18-1, 10-8 SoCon) Jack Cook Columbus (Ga.) .....................L 3-10 Columbus (Ga.) .......................L 3-4 Columbus (Ga.) ....................L 10-12 Wofford.....................................L 5-9 Wingate.......................................T 1-1 Fairmont State ..................... W 19-1 Appalachian State..................L 3-4 Appalachian State................ W 5-3 Appalachian State..................L 6-7 Eastern Kentucky ...................L 3-7 Eastern Kentucky ................. L 5-10 VMI ..........................................W 10-5 VMI .............................................L 4-9 VMI .............................................L 4-5 Morehead State......................L 5-11 West Virginia ...........................W 4-1 West Virginia ........................L 10-12 VMI .............................................W 4-1 VMI ............................................L 7-10 VMI .......................................... W 12-5 Concord................................. W 14-2 Concord.................................. W 9-2 Morehead State.................... W 6-5 Appalachian State.................L 7-14 Appalachian State................. L 3-8 Appalachian State................ W 6-4 Bluefi eld State ....................W 19-0 Bluefi eld State ....................W 19-5

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W.Va. Tech..............................W 15-8 W.Va. Tech..............................W 15-0 East Tennessee ..................... W 4-3 East Tennessee .................... W 12-2 East Tennessee ..................... W 6-2 WVSC ........................................ W 7-6 Concord..................................W 14-0 Concord.................................... W 8-1 East Tennessee .......................L 2-7 East Tennessee ....................W 21-9 East Tennessee ...................... W 5-1 Charleston (W.Va.)............... W 12-2 Charleston (W.Va.)................W 9-0 Davidson................................... W 9-1 Western Carolina .................. W 5-2 Western Carolina .................. L 6-12 Western Carolina .................L 12-13

@ East Tennessee .................W 8-5 @ East Tennessee .................L 10-11 @ East Tennessee ................L 15-16 Eastern Kentucky .................. W 3-2 Eastern Kentucky .................W 10-3 @ Appalachian State ...............L 1-5 @ Appalachian State ............. L 5-6 @ Appalachian State ............ W 8-7 West Virginia ........................... L 8-9 West Virginia ............................L 2-7 VMI ............................................W 9-8 VMI ............................................. L 2-8 VMI ..............................................L 7-9 Morehead State...................... L 5-6 W.Va. Tech..............................W 10-3 W.Va. Tech................................ W 5-1 East Tennessee .......................L 4-7 East Tennessee ....................W 12-11 East Tennessee ....................L 13-14 1986 (15-18, 4-13 SoCon) @ Charleston (W.Va.) ...........W 11-3 Jack Cook Bluefi eld State ...................... W 11-4 Kentucky................................... W 6-1 Bluefi eld State ...................... W 5-2 Appalachian State................. L 4-15 @ Morehead State ..................L 4-8 Appalachian State................. L 6-14 W.Va. Tech..............................W 12-3 1989 (16-14, 8-5 SoCon) W.Va. Tech...............................W 9-6 Jack Cook @ VMI ........................................ L 3-9 Kentucky Wesleyan ..............W 13-6 @ VMI ..........................................L 1-5 @ The Citadel ........................ W 12-7 @ VMI ......................................L 15-18 @ The Citadel .......................... L 0-3 Rio Grande ............................... W 3-1 @ The Citadel ............................L 0-1 Rio Grande ..............................W 10-1 Fairmont State .....................W 10-9 @ West Virginia .......................L 7-9 Fairmont State ........................L 4-5 @ West Virginia .......................W 7-1 @ WVSC ....................................L 4-14 @ Fairmont State ................W 16-15 East Tennessee .....................W 9-8 VMI ............................................. L 3-6 East Tennessee .....................W 6-5 VMI ..........................................W 13-12 @ VMI ....................................... W 11-5 VMI ............................................W 9-8 @ VMI ........................................ L 3-8 Morehead State......................L 7-14 @ Ohio...................................... W 7-6 Eastern Kentucky ....................L 4-9 @ Wake Forest........................ L 8-11 Eastern Kentucky .................W 10-9 @ Wake Forest.........................L 4-9 @ Appalachian State ............. L 0-5 @ Wake Forest.........................L 7-8 @ Appalachian State ...............L 1-8 W.Va. Tech................................ W 11-1 @ Appalachian State ............L 9-19 W.Va. Tech.............................. W 12-2 @ Charleston (W.Va.) ..............L 1-2 @ Eastern Kentucky ............. W 4-2 WVSC ....................................... W 17-2 @ Eastern Kentucky .............. L 3-8 @ East Tennessee ....................L 1-5 @ Appalachian State ..............L 2-6 @ East Tennessee .................L 3-10 @ Appalachian State ............W 6-5 @ East Tennessee ...............W 13-12 @ Appalachian State ............. L 6-11 East Tennessee ....................L 10-14 @ Kentucky ............................L 10-14 East Tennessee .....................L 6-15 Furman ......................................W 7-1 East Tennessee ......................W 11-7 Furman .................................... W 11-5 @ Morehead State ...............W 12-8 Furman ...................................W 13-8 @ Bluefi eld State .................W 16-1 Morehead State...................W 17-10 @ Bluefi eld State ................. W 7-0 East Tennessee .................... W 12-4 Appalachian State.................L 9-13 Western Carolina ....................L 2-4 1987 (16-14, 5-7 SoCon) Jack Cook 1990 (20-19, 10-7 SoCon) Fairmont State .........................L 1-2 Howard McCann Fairmont State .....................W 12-11 WV Wesleyan .........................W 16-8 @ Clemson .............................. L 11-12 @ Rio Grande ......................... W 7-3 @ Clemson ............................... L 1-19 @ Rio Grande .........................W 9-3 @ Clemson ............................... L 1-10 @ East Tennessee ...................L 2-4 @ Columbus (Ga.) .................L 0-13 @ East Tennessee .................. W 1-0 @ Columbus (Ga.) ................. L 8-12 @ East Tennessee ................W 14-8 @ Appalachian State ..............L 2-3 @ Clemson ..............................L 0-13 @ Appalachian State ..............L 4-5 @ Clemson ................................L 3-7 @ Appalachian State ............ L 2-10 @ Clemson .............................. L 2-16 Charleston (W.Va.)..................L 4-6 VMI ............................................. W 5-1 Charleston (W.Va.)................W 5-3 VMI ..............................................L 0-7 VMI ..............................................L 6-7 VMI ............................................W 6-5 VMI ............................................. L 5-6 W.Va. Tech................................ W 5-1 VMI ............................................ L 9-17 W.Va. Tech..............................W 15-4 @ Eastern Kentucky ............L 10-14 @ Morehead State ..............W 35-6 @ W.Va. Tech .........................W 15-3 Brown ...................................... L 7-10 @ W.Va. Tech .........................W 15-4 @ Wake Forest.........................L 4-7 East Tennessee .....................W 10-1 @ Wake Forest........................ L 3-5 East Tennessee ..................... W 9-7 Cleveland State ....................W 10-9 East Tennessee .....................W 17-7 Ohio ........................................... L 1-10 Kentucky Christian ...............W 8-0 Cleveland State ..................... L 5-14 Kentucky Christian ...............W 11-0 @ Western Carolina ............. L 7-10 @ Kentucky ...............................L 1-12 @ Western Carolina .............W 6-5 @ VMI .........................................L 3-4 @ Western Carolina ............ L 13-17 @ VMI ....................................... W 5-2 Appalachian State................W 10-5 @ VMI ....................................... W 9-4 Appalachian State.................W 6-5 Concord................................... W 7-6 Appalachian State................W 12-11 Concord..................................W 10-3 @ Furman................................ W 8-4 WVSC ........................................ W 7-5 @ Furman................................ W 5-4 Morehead State....................W 10-8 @ Furman................................. L 5-6 Rio Grande ................................L 7-11 WVSC ........................................W 6-5 Rio Grande .............................. W 6-2 Morehead State.......................L 7-8 1988 (23-17, 7-9 SoCon) @ Ohio State ........................... L 8-9 Jack Cook The Citadel ................................L 2-4 Davis & Elkins......................... W 11-4 The Citadel .............................. L 4-18 Davis & Elkins......................... W 11-4 Furman .................................... W 5-2 Kentucky Christian .................W 4-1 Western Carolina ................... W 3-1 Kentucky Christian .............. W 21-4 The Citadel ................................L 2-9 @ Fairmont State .................. W 7-3 Western Carolina ................... L 3-11 Appalachian State.................W 11-3 @ Furman...............................W 13-9 1991 (16-26, 9-7 SoCon) @ Furman................................W 8-6 Howard McCann @ Columbus (Ga.) .................W 8-6 Ohio State ................................ L 5-9 @ Columbus (Ga.) ...................L 4-6 Ohio State .................................L 3-4 @ Columbus (Ga.) .................. L 2-8 W.Va. Wesleyan ........................W 4-1 @ VMI ......................................L 6-25 @ VMI ........................................ W 11-1 @ VMI ...................................... W 15-7 @ VMI ......................................W 10-2 @ VMI ...................................... W 21-7 @ VMI ......................................W 16-0 WVSC ......................................... L 3-5 @ Rio Grande ........................ W 17-5 WVSC ........................................ W 7-6 Alderson Broaddus..............W 10-5 Kentucky.................................. W 7-6 Alderson Broaddus.................W 2-1

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WVSC ..........................................L 4-5 WVSC ......................................... L 0-4 Rio Grande .................................L 1-4 Rio Grande ................................L 5-7 Fairmont State ...................... W 4-2 Fairmont State ...................... W 12-1 Kentucky..................................L 3-13 Western Carolina ....................L 3-7 Western Carolina .................. L 0-17 @ Ohio State .......................... L 3-12 @ Appalachian State ............ W 8-7 @ Appalachian State ............ W 5-4 @ Eastern Kentucky ..............L 4-12 @ Kentucky ............................. L 4-10 Morehead State.......................L 6-7 Furman .......................................L 1-4 Furman .......................................L 0-1 Furman .................................... W 7-3 Liberty .......................................L 2-7 @ West Virginia .....................L 3-13 @ West Virginia .....................W 6-3 Ohio .......................................... L 5-15 @ The Citadel .......................... L 0-4 @ The Citadel .......................... L 0-8 @ the Citadel ............................L 4-5 @ Coastal Carolina .................L 6-7 Morehead State...................... L 3-6 East Tennessee ..................... W 4-0 East Tennessee .....................W 6-3 East Tennessee ..................... W 8-2 @ Morehead State ................L 8-10 East Tennessee ......................L 4-14 Furman .................................... L 4-10 1992 (15-26, 5-13 SoCon) Howard McCann @ Virginia..................................L 5-7 @ Western Kentucky ...........W 10-7 @ Western Kentucky ............. L 2-8 @ Western Kentucky ..............L 4-5 Alderson Broaddus...............W 6-0 Alderson Broaddus...............W 5-3 Davis & Elkins.........................W 6-3 @ WVSC .................................... L 5-6 @ Georgia Southern................L 1-6 @ Georgia Southern...............L 3-4 @ Georgia Southern.............. L 0-4 @ Western Carolina ...............L 4-6 @ Western Carolina ................L 1-3 @ Western Carolina ............. L 1-29 @ Rio Grande .......................... W 5-1 @ Rio Grande .........................W 10-1 Appalachian State.................W 2-0 Appalachian State...................W 2-1 Cincinnati ................................W 8-5 @ Morehead State ................W 11-3 @ Morehead State ..................L 3-4 Minnesota ................................ W 3-1 @ Furman..................................L 2-3 @ Furman................................W 3-0 @ Furman................................ L 3-12 @ Liberty................................. L 9-14 The Citadel ............................... L 0-6 The Citadel ............................... L 0-3 @ Ohio....................................... L 6-9 @ Ohio........................................L 6-7 @ Ohio State ......................... L 5-22 Eastern Kentucky ................... L 3-6 @ East Tennessee ...................L 2-9 @ East Tennessee ....................L 1-4 @ East Tennessee ...................L 5-7 Shawnee State .......................W 7-2 Louisville .................................L 6-10 VMI ............................................. W 5-1 VMI ............................................ W 6-4 Georgia Southern ...................L 3-4 Appalachian State...................L 7-8 1993 (13-27, 9-14 SoCon) Howard McCann @ Virginia..................................L 2-4 @ Virginia...................................L 1-8 @ East Tennessee ...................W 4-1 @ East Tennessee ....................L 1-2 @ East Tennessee ................. L 11-14 @ Furman..................................L 6-7 @ Furman...................................L 1-4 @ Furman................................ W 7-5 @ Eastern Kentucky ............W 13-3 @ Georgia Southern...............L 2-4 @ Georgia Souuthern ............L 2-4 @ West Virginia .......................L 4-8 @ West Virginia .......................L 4-8 VMI ............................................ W 7-0 VMI ............................................ W 3-2 VMI ...........................................W 12-5 Rio Grande .............................. W 3-2 @ Western Carolina .............W 6-3 @ Western Carolina .............L 3-15 @ Western Carolina ............. L 4-13 Ohio .......................................... W 4-3 @ Kentucky ............................. L 11-12 @ Cincinnati ..........................L 15-16 Appalachian State................. W 3-2 Appalachian State...................L 2-7 Appalachian State...................L 4-8 @ Morehead State ................. L 5-11 @ Morehead State ................. L 6-11 Western Kentucky.................. L 2-8 @ Virginia Tech....................... L 3-9

The Citadel ............................... L 0-3 The Citadel .............................. W 3-2 The Citadel .............................. W 8-7 Eastern Kentucky ....................L 5-7 @ Davidson .............................. L 0-9 @ Davidson .............................. L 5-6 @ Davidson ............................. L 6-17 Western Carolina ....................L 6-7 Appalachian State................. W 4-2 Davidson................................... L 1-10 1994 (23-20, 10-8 SoCon) Howard McCann Virginia ......................................L 4-5 Virginia ..................................... L 0-2 East Tennessee .....................W 3-0 East Tennessee ..................... W 3-2 @ Furman...................................L 1-3 @ Furman................................ L 4-10 @ Furman..................................L 4-11 Georgia Southern .................. W 5-1 Georgia Southern .................. W 1-0 Pittsburgh................................L 4-14 @ Virginia Tech........................L 4-5 Virginia Tech .......................... W 7-3 @ Western Kentucky ............. W 8-1 @ Western Kentucky ..............L 4-5 @ Western kentucky ............W 9-6 @ Kentucky .............................. L 5-9 @ Eastern Kentucky ............. W 11-4 @ VMI ........................................ W 9-1 @ VMI ..........................................L 1-7 @ Kentucky .............................W 8-6 @ Ohio........................................L 2-3 @ Cincinnati ............................W 11-7 Western Carolina ....................L 4-7 Western Carolina ....................L 4-5 Western Carolina ................... L 5-8 @ Morehead State ................W 5-3 @ Louisville.............................W 8-6 @ Appalachian State ............ W 8-2 @ Appalachian State ...........W 10-0 @ Appalachian State ............. L 1-13 Eastern Kentucky ..................W 6-5 @ The Citadel ........................W 10-4 @ The Citadel ...........................W 4-1 @ The Citadel ......................... W 9-4 Louisville ................................W 12-11 @ Morehead State ................. L 5-6 Duquesne ................................. L 5-6 Davidson.................................. W 7-3 Davidson....................................L 2-3 Davidson..................................W 8-3 Appalachian State................. W 7-3 VMI ..............................................L 4-6 Western Carolina ................... L 2-8 1995 (12-38, 9-15 SoCon) Howard McCann @ Virginia................................. L 0-5 @ Virginia................................. L 3-8 @ James Madison .................W 9-6 Furman .....................................W 7-2 Furman .................................... W 7-6 Furman .................................... W 7-5 @ Vanderbilt.............................L 4-7 @ Georgia Southern...............L 0-7 @ Georgia Southern...............L 4-9 @ Georgia Southern.............L 3-15 WVSC ..........................................W 2-1 @ Ohio........................................L 5-7 @ Ohio.........................................L 1-8 Western Kentucky...................L 4-7 @ West Virginia .......................L 2-4 @ West Virginia .......................L 2-3 @ Duquesne...............................L 1-6 @ VMI ....................................... W 7-3 @ VMI .........................................L 6-7 @ VMI .........................................L 4-6 @ Louisville...............................L 1-12 @ Pittsburgh ........................... L 5-6 Virginia Tech ........................... L 5-9 @ Western Carolina ............W 10-9 @ Western Carolina ................L 1-3 @ Western Carolina ............L 6-20 @ Eastern Kentucky ............. L 6-12 Kentucky...................................L 7-12 @ Morehead State ..................L 4-11 Appalachian State...................L 2-3 Appalachian State.................. L 5-9 Appalachian State.................W 5-3 James Madison......................L 3-15 @ Virginia Tech....................... L 5-6 The Citadel .................................L 1-7 The Citadel ................................L 0-7 The Citadel ............................... L 0-4 @ Kentucky ................................L 1-4 @ Ohio State ........................... L 6-9 @ Davidson .............................L 9-10 @ Davidson ...............................L 2-4 @ Davidson ............................W 10-7 Morehead State.....................L 6-10 Ohio ..........................................L 3-13 @ East Tennessee ...................L 6-7 @ East Tennessee ................. W 6-4 @ East Tennessee ................W 10-9 The Citadel .................................L 1-5 Davidson..................................W 8-5 Western Carolina ..................L 3-10

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Drexel .......................................L 7-12 1996 (7-25-1, 4-17 SoCon) @ Kentucky ............................W 13-9 Craig Antush @ Florida State....................... L 1-16 Cleveland State ......................W 7-4 @ Florida State.....................L 0-34 @ Morehead State ................ L 11-12 @ Louisville...............................L 6-7 Central Michigan ...................L 3-16 Ohio .........................................L 10-12 Central Michigan ................... L 8-12 @ Western Kentucky ........... W 12-4 Western Michigan .................W 9-8 @ Western Kentucky ............. L 5-9 Western Michigan .................W 8-5 @ Western Kentucky ...........L 6-22 @ Eastern Kentucky .............L 5-13 @ UNC-Charlotte.....................L 2-11 Morehead State.......................L 4-11 @ Winthrop .............................. T 9-9 Virginia Tech ..........................W 9-5 @ VMI ........................................ L 3-5 @ Ball State ..............................L 2-11 @ VMI .........................................L 4-6 @ Ball State ............................ L 4-15 @ VMI ........................................ L 8-9 @ Northern Illinois ..............W 13-2 Western Carolina ..................L 6-10 @ Northern Illinois ................ L 3-6 Western Carolina ....................L 3-4 West Virginia .......................... L 11-12 Western Carolina .....................L 1-7 Toledo ........................................L 1-12 @ Appalachian State ............. L 6-11 Toledo ........................................L 2-6 @ Appalachian State ............. L 0-4 Miami (Ohio) ............................ L 6-8 @ Appalachian State ............. L 0-4 Miami (Ohio) .............................L 7-9 Louisville .................................. L 6-11 Miami (Ohio) .............................L 4-6 Kentucky................................... L 1-15 Miami (Ohio) .........................W 13-10 @ The Citadel ...........................L 3-4 Eastern Kentucky .................W 19-9 @ The Citadel ......................... L 5-15 @ Akron ..................................W 10-6 @ The Citadel ............................L 1-6 @ Akron ................................... W 5-4 Eastern Kentucky .................. W 7-6 @ Akron ...................................L 5-19 Eastern Kentucky .................. W 4-3 @ Eastern Michigan................L 4-9 @ Ohio....................................... L 3-8 @ Eastern Michigan............... L 5-11 @ Ohio.......................................L 4-21 @ Ohio......................................L 9-10 Davidson.................................. W 5-4 @ Ohio....................................... L 6-8 Davidson.................................. W 4-3 @ Ohio......................................W 11-8 Davidson.................................. W 8-7 @ Ohio.......................................W 7-2 West Virginia ...........................L 4-12 Kent State ...............................W 5-3 @ Kentucky ............................L 5-26 Kent State .................................L 2-3 Morehead State........................L 1-7 Kent State ................................ L 3-5 Morehead State.......................L 0-7 @ Cincinnati .........................L 18-22 East Tennessee .....................W 6-3 @ Bowling Green .....................L 0-7 East Tennessee .......................L 2-4 @ Bowling Green .....................L 3-4 East Tennessee ...................... L 8-9 @ Bowling Green ......................L 1-2 @ Morehead State ................ L 4-10 @ Bowling Green .................... L 0-3 @ Ohio State .......................... L 3-17 @ Furman...................................L 1-9 1999 (12-43-1, 4-26-1 MAC) @ Furman..................................L 2-3 Dave Piepenbrink @ Furman................................. L 6-9 @ Campbell............................. L 8-17 @ Auburn ..................................L 4-11 @ Campbell.............................L 7-22 @ N.C. A&T.................................W 4-1 @ N.C. A&T.................................L 4-7 1997 (7-39, 4-20 SoCon) @ Western Kentucky ............. L 5-9 Craig Antush @ Alabama ............................... L 2-8 Cincinnati ................................ W 5-4 @ Alabama ...............................L 4-17 @ Western Kentucky ..............L 2-6 @ Alabama ..............................L 0-16 @ Charleston Southern ....... W 7-3 @ Florida State...................... L 1-22 @ Charleston Southern .........L 2-4 @ Florida State...................... L 4-15 @ Charleston Southern ..........L 1-6 @ Florida State.......................L 2-14 @ Coll. of Charleston ...........L 6-19 Ohio .......................................... W 4-3 @ Eastern Kentucky ...............L 4-7 Ohio .............................................L 1-2 WVSC ..........................................L 4-5 @ Cincinnati ...........................L 3-13 @ Virginia Tech......................W 5-3 @ Western Carolina ............. L 4-15 Virginia Tech ........................... L 1-13 @ Western Carolina ............. L 2-10 Morehead State.......................L 2-3 @ Western Carolina ............. W 4-3 @ Wofford ............................... L 3-12 @ Western Carolina ...........L 10-20 Youngstown State.................L 6-10 @ North Carolina .................. L 7-18 @ Wofford ...............................W 6-3 @ VCU ......................................W 6-5 @ Wofford ...............................W 9-8 @ Appalachian State .............L 4-12 @ Morehead State ............... L 12-21 @ Appalachian State ............ W 7-6 @ Duquesne............................. L 1-16 @ Appalachian State ............L 10-11 @ Central Michigan ................L 2-6 The Citadel ..............................L 11-18 @ Central Michigan ...............W 7-2 The Citadel ..............................L 3-10 @ Western Michigan...............L 3-4 The Citadel ..............................L 9-13 @ Western Michigan.............. L 0-5 Cincinnati ................................L 10-11 Cincinnati ...............................W 13-11 @ Ohio State .......................... L 5-15 @ VMI ......................................L 10-12 @ Ohio State .......................... L 2-10 @ VMI ....................................... W 5-4 @ Davidson .............................. L 8-9 Ball State ...................................L 1-4 @ Davidson .............................. L 5-8 Ball State ...................................L 1-2 @ Davidson ...............................L 4-5 Northern Illinois ...................W 12-6 @ Virginia Tech.....................L 10-14 Northern Illinois ....................W 5-3 @ Ohio....................................... L 5-6 @ Toledo ................................... L 0-3 @ Ohio.......................................L 2-14 @ Toledo .....................................L 0-1 @ Eastern Kentucky ............. L 7-13 @ Miami (Ohio) ......................W 8-6 @ East Tennessee ................. L 7-10 @ Miami (Ohio) ........................L 2-4 @ East Tennessee ................. W 7-6 @ Miami (Ohio) ........................L 4-9 @ East Tennessee ................. W 7-5 @ Miami (Ohio) ........................L 6-7 @ Kentucky ...............................L 4-9 Akron..........................................L 2-3 @ Furman..................................L 2-6 Akron..........................................L 4-6 @ Furman................................L 9-13 Akron........................................ L 4-16 @ Furman................................L 6-19 Akron........................................L 6-16 @ West Virginia .......................L 2-6 Eastern Michigan .....................L 1-8 @ West Virginia .....................L 0-10 Eastern Michigan ................... T 5-5 Eastern Kentucky .................. W 4-3 Ohio .............................................L 1-6 @ Morehead State .................L 11-17 Ohio ..........................................L 5-10 @ Georgia Southern............. L 5-12 Ohio ............................................L 4-5 @ Georgia Southern.............. L 5-6 Ohio .............................................L 1-5 @ Georgia Southern............. L 3-12 @ Kent State ............................L 2-7 @ Auburn ..................................L 4-11 @ Kent State ............................L 4-9 @ Kent State ............................L 3-4 @ Kent State ............................L 2-4 1998 (18-35, 9-21 MAC) Bowling Green .........................L 2-9 Antush/Dave Piepenbrink @ UNC-Asheville.......................L 1-6 Bowling Green ....................... L 4-16 @ UNC-Asheville.................... L 5-14 Bowling Green ........................ L 1-13 @ UNC-Asheville.......................L 1-8 @ South Carolina ....................L 3-4 2000 (21-33-1, 7-20 MAC) @ South Carolina ....................L 7-8 Dave Piepenbrink @ South Carolina ................... L 5-8 @ Georgia ...............................L 5-18 Youngstown State................. W 8-2 @ Georgia .................................L 5-7 @ WVSC ................................... W 5-4 @ Charleston Southern ........ L 1-15 @ VMI ......................................L 10-17 @ Charleston Southern ........ L 0-6 @ VMI ....................................... W 6-4 @ Charleston Southern ......W 14-5 @ VMI ........................................W 7-2 N.C. A&T ................................... W 8-2 Drexel ........................................L 6-7 N.C. A&T ....................................W 7-4 Drexel .....................................W 18-5 N.C. A&T .................................. W 14-2

Rio Grande .............................W 13-3 vs. Ohio State* ...................... L 7-10 vs. Winthrop*...........................L 2-5 vs. Fairfi eld* ............................L 1-4 vs. Fairfi eld* .......................... W 8-1 WVSC ........................................W 6-5 WVSC ......................................... L 3-5 @ Liberty.................................. W 5-1 @ Liberty.................................. L 5-6 @ Liberty.................................. L 5-6 Youngstown State................. W 7-6 Youngstown State................ W 15-7 Morehead State.......................T 4-4 Western Michigan .................. W 1-0 Western Michigan ....................L 1-6 Central Michigan .................... L 5-11 Central Michigan ................... L 9-12 @ UNC-Asheville......................L 4-6 @ UNC-Asheville....................W 5-3 @ Ball State ............................. L 9-11 @ Ball State ........................... L 14-17 @ Northern Illinois .................L 2-6 @ Bowling Green .....................L 3-4 @ Bowling Green .....................L 4-8 @ Bowling Green ......................L 1-7 @ Bowling Green ...................L 3-16 Ohio ............................................L 2-9 Ohio ............................................L 5-7 @ Ohio....................................... L 0-5 @ Ohio........................................L 4-5 VMI ..............................................L 3-4 VMI ..........................................W 13-12 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 10-7 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 3-10 Miami (Ohio) ............................ L 0-8 Miami (Ohio) ........................... W 7-3 @ Morehead State ..............W 18-17 Dayton...................................... W 9-7 Dayton........................................L 7-8 @ Akron ................................... W 5-4 @ Akron ..................................W 10-2 @ Akron .................................... W 6-1 @ Akron ................................... L 6-14 Kent State .................................L 4-9 Kent State ...............................L 9-10 Kent State .................................L 4-6 Kent State ............................... W 8-7 *Winthrop Stateline Classic 2001 (24-29, 11-17 MAC) Dave Piepenbrink @ Coastal Carolina ................ L 3-8 @ Coastal Carolina ............... W 8-7 @ Coastal Carolina ............... W 5-2 @ N.C. A&T...............................W 10-1 @ N.C. A&T.................................L 4-7 @ N.C. A&T..................................L 1-4 @ N.C. A&T............................... W 7-5 @ Gardner Webb ......................L 0-1 @ Gardner Webb .................... L 5-6 @ Gardner Webb .................W 20-5 @ Morehead State ................ W 7-3 @ Morehead State ...............W 19-2 Youngstown State.................W 11-8 @ Oklahoma State ................ L 2-12 @ Oklahoma State ..................L 2-11 @ Murray State ..................... L 2-12 Buffalo .................................... L 14-15 Buffalo ....................................W 10-2 Buffalo ...................................W 22-8 Buffalo ...................................W 13-10 @ WVSC ...................................W 5-0 @ WVSC ................................... W 11-4 @ Wright State ....................... L 6-11 @ Wright State ........................L 2-6 @ Wright State ...................... W 8-7 @ Toledo ..................................L 9-10 @ Toledo ..................................L 6-10 @ Akron ................................... W 5-2 @ Akron ...................................W 8-0 @ Rio Grande ........................ W 17-5 Bowling Green .....................W 12-10 Bowling Green ...................... W 12-7 Bowling Green ........................L 7-15 Bowling Green .......................L 6-15 @ EKU ........................................ L 5-9 @ Miami (Ohio) .........................L 1-4 @ Miami (Ohio) .....................W 15-0 @ Miami (Ohio) ....................... L 5-9 @ Miami (Ohio ........................L 3-18 Morehead State....................W 17-8 Kent State ...............................L 9-10 Kent State ............................W 10-9 Kent State ...............................L 5-8 Kent State ..............................L 6-17 @ Ohio.......................................L 1-4 @ Ohio................................... L 10-14 @ Ohio..................................L 18-20 @ Ohio....................................L 7-22 Eastern Kentucky ..................L 3-9 @ Eastern Michigan........... W 12-8 @ Eastern Michigan..............L 0-6 @ Eastern Michigan.............W 7-3 @ Eastern Michigan..............L 4-5 2002 (17-35, 7-20 MAC) Dave Piepenbrink @ Winthrop .............................L 3-11 @ Winthrop ............................L 0-12 @ Auburn ................................L 5-11


MARSHALL BASEBALL @ Auburn ...............................L 4-21 @ Auburn .............................. L 6-15 @ Charleston Southern* . W 16-7 vs. Hofstra* ..........................W 11-7 vs. Maryland*....................... L 3-10 Wright State ..........................W 4-2 WVSC .....................................W 10-6 WVSC .................................... W 15-14 Concord................................ W 12-8 Youngstown State................W 11-4 Youngstown State................L 7-10 @ UNC-Asheville....................L 2-7 @ Morehead State ...........L 23-24 Toledo .....................................L 5-15 Toledo .................................... W 8-5 @ Eastern Kentucky ............L 6-14 @ Buffalo.................................L 2-7 @ Buffalo................................W 4-0 @ Buffalo................................W 7-6 Dayton.....................................L 8-17 Findlay .....................................L 3-9 @ Kentucky ............................L 4-14 Rio Grande ...........................W 18-5 Akron.......................................W 8-4 Akron.......................................L 3-12 Morehead State.....................L 1-19 Morehead State....................W 7-6 @ Bowling Green ................L 10-19 @ Bowling Green ...................L 8-9 @ Bowling Green ...................L 4-6 @ Bowling Green ...................L 3-6 @ Dayton ................................L 4-14 Miami (Ohio) ......................... L 8-16 Miami (Ohio) ........................L 10-13 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 11-5 Miami (Ohio) ......................... W 6-5 Eastern Kentucky .............W 20-10 @ Kent State ........................ L 0-13 @ Kent State .........................W 7-4 @ Kent State .......................... L 4-7 @ Kent State ........................ L 11-13 Ohio .........................................L 5-12 @ Ohio.......................................L 1-11 @ Ohio......................................L 4-8 Ohio ........................................ L 6-18 Eastern Michigan .................L 7-13 Eastern Michigan ..................L 9-11 Eastern Michigan ................L 12-17 Eastern Michigan ................ L 6-10 2003 (22-31-1, 11-16 MAC) Dave Piepenbrink @ Mercer ................................L 4-6 @ Mercer ...............................W 11-7 @ Mercer .............................. W 6-5 @ Coll. of Charleston* .........L 2-6 @ Charleston Southern* ....L 7-8 vs. Kentucky&.........................L 6-9 @ Ala-Birmingham& .............L 1-12 vs. Eastern Illinois&............ W 6-5 @ N.C. State............................L 4-9 @ N.C. State.........................L 10-18 @ N.C. State.............................L 1-9 @ WVSC ..................................L 8-12 @ WVSC ...................................T 2-2 @ Wright State .....................W 7-3 @ Wright State .................... W 8-3 @ Wright State .................... L 0-10 @ Kentucky .............................L 1-14 Concord...................................W 7-1 Drexel ................................... W 12-3 Drexel ................................... W 10-4 Drexel .....................................L 11-14 Western Michigan .................L 4-9 Western Michigan ................L 5-12 Western Michigan .................L 3-6 Western Michigan .............. W 19-2 Morehead State................... W 6-5 @ Ohio.......................................L 1-11 Ohio .........................................L 2-16 Ohio .........................................W 4-3 @ Ohio......................................L 3-5 @ Buffalo................................W 4-0 @ Buffalo................................W 5-2 @ Buffalo.................................L 4-8 @ Buffalo.................................L 2-3 @ Morehead State ...............L 8-12 Kent State ............................ L 5-23 Kent State ..............................W 5-2 Kent State ..............................L 2-21 Kent State ..............................L 9-17 @ Eastern Kentucky ..........L 10-13 @ Bowling Green ................. W 5-0 @ Bowling Green ................. L 5-10 @ Bowling Green ..................W 3-2 @ Bowling Green ................ W 12-5 Rio Grande .............................W 7-4 @ Miami (Ohio) ................... W 10-4 @ Miami (Ohio) ......................L 2-3 @ Miami (Ohio) ......................L 6-7 @ Miami (Ohio) ......................L 5-8 Akron........................................L 6-11 Akron........................................W 4-1 Akron.......................................W 7-2 @ Youngstown State .........W 10-6 @ Youngstown State ............L 3-6 *Coll. of Charleston Tourn. & UAB Tournament 2004 (27-27, 10-13 MAC)

Dave Piepenbrink @ Belmont................................L 1-3 @ Belmont...............................L 8-9 @ Belmont...............................L 3-4 @ Coll. of Charleston* ........L 4-14 vs. George Mason* ...............L 4-11 @ Charleston Southern* .. W 8-6 @ UAB ....................................... L 1-7 @ UAB ......................................L 3-4 @ UAB ...................................W 13-5 WVSC .....................................W 10-3 Concord................................. W 5-3 Niagara ...................................W 6-4 Niagara ................................. W 12-5 Niagara ...................................W 8-7 @ Liberty............................... W 8-5 @ Liberty.................................L 5-8 @ Liberty................................L 5-14 @ East Carolina .....................L 2-8 Cleveland State ................... W 8-3 Cleveland State ......................L 1-2 Cleveland State ................... W 8-2 @ Kentucky ............................W 6-2 @ Eastern Michigan..............L 7-8 @ Eastern Michigan..............L 2-3 @ Eastern Michigan..............L 3-7 @ Louisville............................L 5-17 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 3-11 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 7-8 Morehead State.....................W 5-1 Morehead State.....................L 5-6 @ Kent State ...........................L 1-11 @ Kent State .........................W 4-3 @ Kent State ..........................L 4-5 Ohio .........................................W 4-3 Ohio .......................................W 13-9 Ohio ..........................................L 2-7 NYIT .........................................W 9-7 NYIT ..........................................W 7-1 NYIT .......................................W 10-3 @ Morehead State ............W 14-10 @ Morehead State ................L 0-6 Central Michigan ................... L 4-7 Central Michigan ..................L 3-12 Central Michigan ....................L 1-9 @ Akron ................................. W 8-3 @ Akron ................................ W 13-4 @ Akron ...................................L 1-13 Eastern Kentucky ................ W 11-0 @ Ball State ...........................W 6-2 @ Ball State ............................L 3-4 @ Ball State .......................... W 8-2 Buffalo ....................................W 8-4 Buffalo ....................................W 9-2 Buffalo .....................................W 5-1 *Coll. of Charleston Tournament 2005 (16-34, 8-16 MAC) Dave Piepenbrink at Mercer ...............................L, 2-3 at Mercer ...............................L, 0-2 at Mercer .............................. L, 0-8 at Southern Miss..................L, 2-11 at Southern Miss..................L, 4-5 at Southern Miss.................L, 4-17 at Jacksonville State ..........W, 2-1 at Jacksonville State ..........L, 4-5 at Jacksonville State .........W, 7-3 at Liberty ...............................L, 8-9 at Liberty ...............................L, 3-4 at Liberty ...............................L, 3-5 at Dayton.................................L, 1-8 St. Bonaventure ...................W, 4-1 St. Bonaventure ................. W, 11-3 St. Bonaventure ...................L, 6-7 at Duke ................................. W, 8-3 Eastern Michigan ................W, 7-5 Eastern Michigan .............. W, 14-8 Eastern Michigan ................L, 7-12 at Eastern Kentucky .......... L, 10-11 at Miami (Ohio) ....................L, 3-14 at Miami (Ohio) ..................W, 10-9 at Miami (Ohio) .....................L, 3-4 Kent State ............................ W, 8-5 Kent State ............................ W, 8-6 Kent State ...........................L, 6-20 Morehead State...................L, 6-14 at Ohio ...................................L, 3-12 at Ohio .................................. W, 9-6 at Ohio .................................... L, 4-7 Eastern Kentucky ................W, 5-4 at Virginia Tech ....................L, 4-5 at Virginia Tech ..................W, 12-4 at Kentucky.............................L, 1-3 at Central Michigan ............L, 2-15 at Central Michigan ..............L, 1-8 at Central Michigan ............L, 4-12 West Virginia State............ L, 9-16 Akron..................................... L, 0-10 Akron.......................................W, 2-1 Akron.......................................L, 8-9 Dayton..................................W, 16-6 at Morehead State ............. L, 9-10 Ball State ..............................L, 4-17 Ball State ...............................L, 0-9 Ball State ..............................W, 7-3 at Buffalo ............................... L, 4-7 at Buffalo ...............................L, 2-6 at Buffalo ................................L, 0-1

2006 (22-32, 6-18 C-USA) Dave Piepenbrink @ Belmont...............................L 7-3 @ Belmont..............................W 7-5 @ Georgia Southern..............L 8-1 @ Georgia Southern.............L 4-0 @ Georgia Southern.............L 11-8 Buffalo .....................................L 8-7 Buffalo ..................................W 10-9 Buffalo .................................W 20-3 Buffalo .................................. W 13-7 @ Kentucky .............................L 8-7 Niagra .....................................L 12-8 Niagra ................................... W 13-2 Cleveland State .....................L 2-8 Cleveland State .................. W 16-7 Cleveland State .................W 20-9 Cleveland State .....................W 6-1 @ Virginia...............................L 12-0 @ Houston* ............................L 7-0 @ Houston* .............................L 4-1 @ Houston* ............................L 15-1 James Madison.................... W 8-6 James Madison.................... W 9-8 UCF* .........................................L 18-1 UCF* .........................................L 7-5 UCF* ....................................... W 6-5 @ Ohio.................................... W 8-6 Memphis*................................ L 7-4 Memphis*...............................L 14-4 Memphis*................................L 9-8 @ Morehead State .............W 15-3 @ UAB* ................................W 22-8 @ UAB* ...................................W 9-2 @ UAB* .................................W 10-3 @ Virginia Tech......................L 9-4 @ East Carolina*................. L 10-9 @ East Carolina*................. L 10-9 @ East Carolina*................. W 5-3 Eastern Kentucky ................ W 6-3 Southern Miss* ................... W 6-3 Southern Miss* ....................L 19-4 Southern Miss* .....................L 5-0 @ Eastern Kentucky ......... W 14-12 @ Tulane ..................................L 3-0 @ Tulane* ..................................9-8 @ Tulane* ................................L 2-1 @ Miami (Ohio) ......................L 9-8 Morehead State..................W 13-3 NYIT .......................................W 18-5 NYIT ...........................................L 5-1 NYIT ...........................................L 2-1 Rice* ..................................... L 26-6 Rice* ..................................... L 14-10 Rice* .......................................L 12-0 @ Houston (C-USA Champ.) L 9-1 Tulane (C-USA Champ.) .......L 12-1 2007 (21-32, 5-18 C-USA) Jeff Waggoner @ Charleston Southern .......L 6-2 @ Charleston Southern ..... W 11-9 @ Charleston Southern .......W 2-1 @ West Virginia Tech ...........L 2-0 Buffalo ................................... W 9-8 Buffalo .....................................W 1-0 Buffalo .....................................W 1-0 Buffalo ................................... W 9-3 @ Morehead State ................L 7-2 Campbell ............................... W 9-8 Campbel ............................... lW 6-5 Campbell ................................W 8-4 Youngstown State.................L 5-3 Youngstown State.............. W 4 -3 Canisius................................ W 12-3 Canisius..................................W 8-7 Canisius................................. W 6-5 @ James Madison ................L 12-4 @ James Madison ..............W 10-5 Tulane* ....................................L 8-7 Tulane* .....................................L 4-1 Tulane* ....................................L 9-0 @ Rice*....................................L 13-1 @ Rice*....................................L 5-3 @ Rice*...................................L 12-6 @ Louisville.............................L 17-1 @ Cinicinnati ..........................L 12-1 East Carolina* ....................... L 7-4 East Carolina* ..................... L 13-3 @ Eastern Kentucky ............L 14-3 @ Memphis* ...........................L 5-3 @ Memphis* .........................W 21-7 @ Memphis* ......................... W 11-0 Eastern Kentucky .................W 8-4 @ Ohio......................................L 7-6 Houston*.............................. W 12-11 Houston*.................................L 8-2 Houston*.............................. W 10-4 @ Southern Miss*.................L 8-4 @ Southern Miss*............... L 18-3 @ Southern Miss*.................L 9-2 UAB*........................................L 10-4 UAB*........................................L 14-5 UAB*.........................................L 12-1 Miami (Ohio) ...........................L 8-5 Miami (Ohio) ..........................W 4-3 @ UCF* ....................................L 8-6 @ UCF* ....................................L 8-7 @ UCF* .................................. W 6-3

2008 (30-30-1, 10-13-1 C-USA) Jeff Waggoner @ Western Carolina ......... W, 14-9 @ Western Carolina ............L, 11-5 @ Western Carolina ...........L, 12-8 vs. George Mason .............. W, 6-0 @ Coastal Carolina ..............L, 2-4 vs. West Virginia ..................L, 5-3 vs. Western Carolina ..........L, 9-7 @ Cincinnati ........................ L, 10-5 Valparaiso.............................W, 9-4 Valparaiso........................... W, 12-6 Valparaiso..........................W, 12-10 @ VMI .....................................W, 4-3 @ VMI ......................................W, 5-1 @ VMI .....................................W, 7-2 Kent State .............................L, 12-11 Kent State ...............................L, 2-1 Rice* ........................................L, 6-1 Rice* ..................................... L, 13-9 Rice* ........................................ L, 7-1 @ NC State.............................L, 9-5 @ NC State........................... W, 3-0 Memphis*............................. W, 6-5 Memphis*..............................W, 3-2 Memphis*...............................W, 11-1 @ Dayton ..............................W, 12-4 @ Morehead State ...............L, 6-3 @ Tulane* ..............................L, 6-5 @ Tulane* .............................W, 7-4 @ Tulane* ..............................T, 5-5 @ Morehead State ............. L, 13-9 @ Louisville...........................L, 12-8 @ East Carolina*................... L 7-4 @ East Carolina*..................L, 4-3 @ East Carolina*..................L, 5-3 @ East Kentucky................. W, 9-3 @ East Kentucky..................W, 4-2 UCF* ....................................W, 12-10 UCF* ...................................... W, 9-6 UCF* ..................................... W, 12-9 @ Kent State ..........................L, 4-1 @ Ohio..................................W, 10-3 @ Kentucky ............................L, 9-6 Southern Miss* ................W, 16-10 Southern Miss* ...................L, 12-8 Southern Miss* ....................L, 5-0 @ Ohio State ..........................L, 8-1 Delaware State.....................W, 6-1 Delaware State.....................W, 5-1 @ Houston* ...........................L, 6-2 @ Houston* ...........................L, 7-3 @ Houston* ......................... L, 10-5 vs. Tulane$ .........................W, 10-5 vs. Southern Miss$..............L, 5-3 vs. Tulane$ ...........................W, 8-7 vs. Southern Miss$............ W, 6-3 vs. Southern Miss$............ W, 5-3 vs. Houston$ .........................L, 3-2 $ C-USA Tournament 2009 (22-32, 9-15 C-USA) Jeff Waggoner vs. Akron .............................. W, 9-3 vs. Old Dominion..................W, 3-2 vs. Old Dominion...................L, 9-5 @ Wake Forest..............L, 7-6 (10) vs. Tennessee Tech ..............L, 1-0 vs. Radford ..........................W, 14-2 Morehead State.......... W, 6-4 (16) @ South Florida ....................L, 13-1 @ South Florida ...................L, 15-4 @ South Florida .................. W, 9-6 Kent State ...........................L, 15-10 @ Morehead State ............. L, 16-5 Youngstown State...............W, 4-0 Youngstown State............. W, 15-2 Youngstown State.................L, 2-1 @ Virginia...............................L, 5-4 West Virginia State.............W, 6-4 @ Memphis ...........................W, 6-4 @ Memphis ............................L, 7-6 @ Memphis ...........................W, 8-7 Xavier.................................... L, 13-6 @ Eastern Kentucky ...........L, 10-7 East Carolina.........................L, 7-6 East Carolina..........................L, 5-1 East Carolina........................W, 6-2 @ Kentucky ............................L, 2-0 @ Ohio State ...................... W, 14-3 @ Southern Miss. .................L, 4-2 @ Southern Miss .................W, 7-6 @ Southern Miss .................L, 8-7 @ Kent State ........................L, 13-2 UAB ..........................................L, 6-4 UAB .........................................W, 6-4 UAB ........................................ L, 13-6 Eastern Kentucky .................W, 5-1 @ Rice .....................................L, 7-5 @ Rice ................................... L, 10-3 @ Rice ....................................W, 11-7 Houston .................................L, 7-0 Houston .................................L, 12-4 Houston ..........................L, 9-7 (10) @ Youngstown St .......W, 8-6 (10) @ Youngstown St .................L, 8-5 @ UCF...................................W, 10-8 @ UCF...................................W, 18-8 @ UCF...............................L, 8-7 (11) @ Radford .............................W, 8-7

@ Radford ............................ W, 5-3 Miami (Ohio) ..................L, 8-7 (10) Tulane ....................................W, 9-2 Tulane .....................................L, 11-2 Tulane .....................................L, 5-3 vs. Rice*............................... L, 13-0 vs. Houston* ..........................L, 4-1 *C-USA Tournament 2010 (27-31, 12-12 C-USA) Jeff Waggoner @ Samford.............................L, 9-4 @ Samford.............................L, 9-5 @ Samford............................W, 5-4 @ Samford..........................W, 10-6 vs. Radford ...........................W, 3-2 @ The Citadel .........................L, 4-1 vs. St. Joesph’s ................. W, 10-2 @ Georgia Southern.............L, 9-1 @ Georgia Southern............L, 4-3 @ Georgia Southern.......... W, 8-0 vs. No. 17 Ohio State ...........W, 17-1 vs. Connecticut................... W, 11-8 @ Tennessee ....................... L, 13-8 Le Moyne ................................L, 5-4 Le Moyne ...............................L, 12-3 Le Moyne ..........................L, 7-2 (7) Le Moyne ...............................W, 11-7 @ No. 1 Virginia .....................L, 6-3 Ohio ...................................... W, 10-4 @ Tulane .................................L, 4-3 @ Tulane ................................W, 7-3 @ Tulane .................................L, 6-2 @ Eastern Kentucky .......... L, 10-6 Memphis ................................W, 7-4 Memphis ............................... L, 10-8 Memphis .............................. L, 21-13 @ Ohio....................................L, 15-5 @ UAB ....................................W, 7-3 @ UAB ....................................L, 12-4 @ UAB ...................................W, 14-4 @ Morehead State ............. L, 15-6 Eastern Kentucky ............... L, 10-0 Southern Miss......................L, 16-7 Southern Miss..................... W, 6-3 Southern Miss..................... W, 6-3 Coppin State.................W, 10-4 (7) Coppin State..................W, 7-3 (7) UCF .........................................W, 7-2 UCF ........................................ W, 6-5 UCF ........................................ W, 5-3 Morehead State....................L, 3-2 @ Ohio State ......................... L, 7-4 @ East Carolina .................... L, 7-4 @ East Carolina ...................L, 12-3 @ East Carolina .................W, 10-3 No. 25 Rice ......................... L, 20-4 No. 25 Rice ...........................W, 4-3 No. 25 Rice ...........................L, 14-4 @ Houston..............................L, 11-6 @ Houston............................ W, 5-3 @ Houston..............................L, 10-1 Radford..................................L, 15-5 Wright State .........................W, 9-7 Wright State ..................W, 4-3 (9) Wright State ..................W, 3-2 (7) @ Houston..............................L, 11-7 vs. Memphis........................ W, 10-7 vs. Rice ................................. L, 18-0 *C-USA Tournament

@ No. 22 Southern Miss. .....L, 10-8 @ No. 22 Southern Miss. ...... L, 9-4 @ Memphis .............................W, 8-5 @ Memphis ...........................W, 20-4 @ Memphis ..............................L, 9-8 East Carolina...................L, 9-8 (10) East Carolina............................W, 7-1 East Carolina........................... L, 5-4 Radford......................................L, 9-7 Tulane ....................................... L, 5-4 Tulane ...................................... W, 7-6 Tulane .....................................L, 15-12 @ UCF.......................................W, 6-0 @ UCF......................................L, 13-10 @ UCF......................................... L, 8-1

2011 (20-31, 7-17 C-USA) Jeff Waggoner Miami (Ohio) ..................W, 4-3 (11) Kentucky................................W, 6-4 @ No. 20 Coll. Charleston ..L, 8-6 @ Lipscomb ..........................W, 3-2 @ Lipscomb ............................L, 3-1 @ Lipscomb ...........................L, 7-3 Quinnipiac ..............................L, 8-3 Quinnipiac .............................W, 7-3 Ball State ............................ W, 12-8 @ No. 27 Coastal Carolina .L, 4-2 @ No. 6 Virginia .....................L, 1-0 @ Ohio.....................................L, 9-8 @ Ohio.................................. L, 13-12 @ Ohio....................................W, 7-3 @ Ohio......................................L, 5-1 Cleveland State ....................L, 7-2 St. Bonaventure ................W, 18-9 St. Bonaventure ................ W, 14-3 St. Bonaventure ...................L, 9-2 UAB ..........................................L, 3-2 UAB .........................................W, 3-2 UAB ................................... L, 2-1 (14) Eastern Kentucky ............... W, 8-5 @ No. 25 Rice ........................L, 9-0 @ No. 25 Rice ........................L, 9-6 @ No. 25 Rice ................L, 5-4 (10) @ Eastern Kentucky ............L, 9-6 Georgia Southern ................L, 9-3 Georgia Southern .............. W, 5-3 Coppin State........................ W, 9-0 Coppin State.........................W, 3-2 Houston ..................................L, 12-1 Houston .................................W, 4-3 Houston ................................... L, 10-7 Eastern Kentucky .................. W, 4-2 @ No. 22 Southern Miss. ......L, 8-8

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Akron 25-13 Alabama 0-3 Alderson-Broaddus 4-0 Appalachian State 26-41 Auburn 0-7 Ball State 4-9 Baptist 2-0 Belmont 1-4 Bethany College 3-1 Biscayne College 1-1 Bluefield State 9-0 Bowling Green 13-44 Brown 0-1 Buffalo 17-8 Camp Lejeune 1-2 Campbell 3-2 Canisius 3-0 Cedarville College 0-1 Central Michigan 1-11 Charleston So. 6-6 Charleston (W.Va.) 79-28 Charlotte 2-1 Cincinnati 22-25 The Citadel 13-28 Clemson 2-15 Cleveland State 16-9 Coastal Carolina 2-5 Coll. of Charleston 0-4 Columbus (Ga.) 10-23 Concord 40-6 Coppin State 2-0 Cornell 1-0 Davidson 20-11 Davis & Elkins 3-0 Dayton 26-13 Delaware State 2-0 Drexel 3-3 Duke 1-2 Duquesne 0-3 East Carolina 4-16 East Tenn. State 32-29-1 Eastern Illinois 1-0 Eastern Kentucky 28-34 Eastern Michigan 5-13-1 Emory & Henry 2-1 Evansville 0-2 Fairfield 1-1 Fairmont State 20-3 Findlay 0-1 Florida State 1-5 Florida Tech 1-0 Francis Marion 1-0 Furman 23-20 Gardner Webb 1-2 George Mason 1-1 Georgia 0-2 Georgia Southern 4-18 Georgetown (Ky.) 8-3 Glenville State 9-1 Greenbriar Military 2-0 Guilford College 0-1 Hampden Sydney 1-0 Hawaii 0-3 Heidelburg College 2-0 Hofstra 1-0 Houston 4-18 Illinois 0-1 Indiana 0-1

W, 9-3, 2009 L, 16-0, 1997 W, 5-3, 1992 L, 11-10, 1997 L, 15-6, 2002 W, 12-8, 2011 W, 18-4, 1974 W, 6-5, 2006 W, 6-1, 1920 W, 2-0, 1972 W, 5-2, 1988 W, 12-5, 2003 W, 10-7, 1990 W, 9-3, 2007 L, 8-3, 1960 W, 8-4, 2007 W, 6-5, 2007 L, 4-3, 1948 L, 12-4, 2005 W, 2-1, 2007 W, 11-3, 1988 W, 11-2, 1996 L, 10-5, 2008 L, 13-9, 1997 L, 16-2, 1990 L, 7-2, 2011 L, 4-2, 2011 L, 8-6, 2011 L, 8-2, 1988 W, 5-3, 2004 W, 3-2, 2011 W, 3-1, 1959 L, 5-4, 1997 W, 6-3, 1992 W, 12-4, 2008 W, 5-1, 2008 L, 14-11, 2003 W, 8-3, 2005 L, 16-1, 1999 L, 5-4, 2011 W, 7-5, 1997 W, 6-5, 2003 W, 4-2, 2011 L, 12-7, 2005 W, 12-5, 1969 L, 13-8, 1950 W, 8-1, 2000 W, 12-1, 1991 L, 9-3, 2002 L, 14-2, 1997 W, 12-2, 1972 W, 8-2, 1974 L, 19-6, 1997 W, 20-5, 2001 W, 6-0, 2008 L, 7-5, 2000 W, 5-3, 2011 W, 6-0, 1980 W, 5-0, 1973 W, 9-2, 1921 L, 11-1, 1967 W, 3-0, 1968 L, 2-1, 1916 W, 14-9, 1920 W, 11-7, 2002 L, 10-7, 2011 L, 4-2, 1916 L, 12-3, 1916

Jacksonville 0-1 Jacksonville State 2-1 James Madison 4-2 Kalamazoo College 1-0 Kent State 19-48 Kentucky 13-29 Kentucky Christian 4-0 Kentucky Wesleyan 7-3 Kenyon College 0-1 Liberty 2-12 Lincoln-Memorial 1-0 Lipscomb 1-2 Louisville 3-8 Malone College 2-0 Marietta 22-13 Maryland 0-2 Memphis 11-8 Mercer 2-4 Miami (Fla.) 0-4 Miami (Ohio) 28-69 Michigan 0-2 Michigan Aggies 2-2 Minnesota 1-0 Morehead State 57-70-3 Mountain State 0-2 Murray State 0-1 Muskingum College 2-1 New River State 1-0 New York State 1-0 New York Tech 4-2 Niagara 4-1 North Carolina 0-1 North Carolina A&T 6-3 UNC-Asheville 1-5 North Carolina State 1-4 North Central (Ill.) 1-0 Northen Illinois 3-3 Notre Dame 3-0 Oakland (Mich.) 2-0 Ohio Northern 1-0 Ohio State 2-16 Ohio 43-111-1 Ohio Wesleyan 7-4 Oklahoma State 0-2 Old Dominion 1-1 Partridge College 1-1 Pembroke College 0-2 Pittsburgh 0-2 Quinnipiac 1-1 Radford 3-2 Rice 2-18 Rio Grande 37-13 Roanoke College 1-1 St. Bonaventure 4-2 Salem College 1-4 Shawnee State 1-0 South Carolina 0-4 Southern Illinois 0-1 Southern Miss 7-17 Staunton Military 0-1 Stetson 0-1 Tenn.-Chattanooga 10-0 Tennessee Tech 2-0 Toledo 19-19 Transylvania 2-2 Tulane 6-14-1 UAB 9-13 UCF 11-7 USF 1-2

L, 8-3, 1972 W, 7-3, 2005 W, 10-5, 2007 W, 3-0, 1917 L, 13-2, 2009 W, 6-4, 2011 W, 11-0, 1987 W, 13-6, 1989 L, 7-6, 1955 L, 10-4, 2007 W, 21-4, 1983 L, 8-3, 2011 L, 12-8, 2008 W, 5-3, 1971 W, 12-1, 1982 L, 10-3, 2002 L, 9-8, 2011 L, 8-0, 2005 L, 8-3, 1979 W, 4-3 (11), 2011 L, 8-3, 1935 L, 2-1, 1917 L, 3-1, 1992 L, 3-2, 2010 L, 10-5, 1910 L, 12-2, 2001 W, 4-3, 1923 W, 15-7, 1938 W, 7-0, 1949 L, 2-1, 2006 W, 13-2, 2006 L, 18-7, 1997 W, 7-5, 2001 L, 7-2, 2002 W, 3-0, 2008 W, 5-2, 1978 L, 6-2, 2000 W, 1-0, 1929 W, 9-0, 1973 W, 12-8, 1929 W, 17-1, 2010 L, 5-1, 2011 W, 17-4, 1934 L, 11-2, 2001 L, 9-5, 2009 L, 9-1, 1918 L, 12-3, 1967 L, 6-5, 1995 W, 7-3, 2011 L, 9-7, 2011 L, 5-4, 2011 W, 7-4, 2003 L, 7-3, 1912 L, 9-2, 2011 L, 11-4, 1948 W, 7-2, 1992 L, 8-5, 1988 L, 5-2, 1973 L, 9-4, 2011 L, 6-2, 1918 L, 6-5, 1972 W, 3-2, 1982 W, 6-5, 1950 W, 8-5, 2002 L, 2-1, 1922 L, 15-12, 2011 L, 2-1, 2011 L, 8-1, 2011 W, 9-6, 2009

Valparaiso 3-0 Virginia 0-12 Va. Commonwealth 1-0 VMI 45-33 Virginia Tech 9-22 Wabash College 0-1 Wake Forest 0-7 Wash. & Jefferson 0-1 West Georgia 1-1 West Virginia 21-33 W. Virginia State 50-14-1 West Virginia Tech 56-18 W.Va. Wesleyan 15-8-1 Western Carolina 15-35 Western Connecticut 1-0 Western Kentucky 5-10 Western Michigan 8-33 Western Reserve 1-3 William & Mary 1-1 Wilmington College 3-1 Wingate 0-0-1 Winthrop 0-3-1 Wittenberg 3-0 Wofford 2-4 Wright State 7-3 Xavier (Ohio) 25-28 Youngstown State 10-6 2009 Others 44-16-1 Last Updated 2/8/12

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W, 12-10, 2008 L, 1-0, 2011 W, 6-5, 1997 W, 7-2, 2008 L, 9-4, 2006 L, 6-3, 1916 L, 7-6 (10), 2009 L, 6-0, 1916 L, 4-3, 1979 L, 5-3, 2008 W, 6-4, 2009 L, 2-0, 2007 W, 4-1, 1991 L, 9-7, 2008 W, 13-0, 1975 L, 6-2, 1999 W, 19-2, 2003 L, 5-3, 1955 W, 12-3, 1977 W, 9-1, 1967 1-1 Tie, 1985 L, 12-0, 2002 W, 6-2, 1934 W, 9-8, 1999 W, 3-2 (7), 2010 L, 13-6, 2009 L, 8-5 (7),


MARSHALL BASEBALL SINGLE SEASON LEADERS: HITTING Games Played 2011 ........... 51 .........................Isaac Ballou ................... 51 ...................... Victor Ramos ................... 51 ....................Kenny Socorro 2010 .......... 58......................Victor Gomez ................... 58...................Kenny Socorro 2009 ........ 54 ............................Josh Valle 2008 ........ 61 .......................Adam Yeager 2007 ......... 53 .........................Brit Vincent 2006 ........ 54 ..........................Six Players 2005......... 50................ Aaron Jamieson ................... 50...................... Adam Ptacek ................... 50.................... Roddy Stieger 2004......... 54 .......................Four Players 2003 ........ 43 .......................Four Players 2002......... 52 ........................Two Players 2001 .......... 53 .....................Three Players 2000 ........ 55 ....................Eric Pinkerton 1999.......... 56....................Eric Pinkerton ................... 56...................Aaron Williams 1998.......... 53 .....................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 44 ...........................Tim Frantz ................... 44 ............................Mark Zban 1996.......... 43 ...........................Tim Frantz ................... 43 .........................Ryan Roush 1995 .......... 50.......................Kurt Henzler ................... 50......................Jim Reynolds 1994 .......... 43 .......................Kurt Henzler ................... 43 ............................Todd Ross 1993.......... 40 ........................Brent Burke ................... 40 .......................Kurt Henzler ................... 40 ............................Todd Ross 1992 .......... 41 .....................Chris Childers 1991 .......... 41 .........................Brent Burke 1990.......... 39.............................Chris Hall ................... 39..................Dave McAnallen ................... 39.............. Dave Piepenbrink 1989.......... 30..........................Six Players 1988.......... 40 ........................Jason Nixon ................... 40 ..................Dave McAnallen ................... 40 ................Jamie Svanagan 1987 .......... 33.............. Dave Piepenbrink 1986.......... 33.............................. Jon Hart ................... 33......................Rick Lambert ................... 33................Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 45 .........................Vance Bunn ................... 45 ............................ Chip Cook ................... 45 ..................... Dan Culicerto ................... 45 ................Terry Thompson 1984 .......... 27 ........................Five Players 1983.......... 33........................Five Players 1982 .......... 38.......................Terry Adkins ................... 38...............................Greg Hill ................... 38..........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 39.......................Terry Adkins ................... 39.......................Mark Crouch ................... 39...............................Greg Hill ................... 39......................Dave Sullivan 1980.......... 28 ..........................Six Players 1979 .......... 39........................Five Players 1978 .......... 40 ....................Larry Berkery ................... 40 ...........................Glen Lewis ................... 40 ......................Randy Rosiek 1977 .......... 41 ...........................Mike Horan 1976 .......... 31 .......................Carl Burgess ................... 31 ...........................Mike Horan 1975 .......... 34 .....................Fred Faulkner ................... 34 ......................... Mark Gross ................... 34 .....................Mike Kaufman 1974 .......... 36.............................Dave Allie ................... 36....................Darren Woody 1973 .......... 28 .......................Four Players 1972 .......... 25 ..........................Six Players 1971 ........... 35 ..........................Six Players 1970 .......... 26 .......................Four Players 1969.......... 27 ........................Five Players 1968.......... 25 ..........................Six Players 1967 .......... 23 ........................Five Players 1966.......... 21 .......................... Bob Lemley ................... 21 ...................Charles Yonker 1965 .......... 25 .....................Tom Davidson ................... 25 ......................Don Rockhold 1964 .......... 23 ......................Pete Brezden ................... 23 .............. Mike Cunningham ................... 23 ..........................Zeke Myers 1963.......... 22 ....................Toby Holbrook ................... 22 .................. Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 14 .........................Five Players 1961 ........... 19 .........................James Cook ................... 19 ................... Rusty Wamsley 1960.......... 22 .......................Ron Lambert 1959 .......... 21 ..........................Fred Conley ................... 21 .....................Marion Majher 1956 .......... 17 ........................Four Players 1934 .......... 13 .........................Five Players 1928 ......... 17 ........................Four Players At Bats 2011 ........... 204................... Victor Ramos 2010 .......... 220 ...................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 217 .....................Victor Gomez 2008 ........ 245....................Adam Yeager 2007 ......... 213........................Brit Vincent 2006 ........ 219................... Roddy Stieger 2005......... 195............... Aaron Jamieson 2004 ........ 211 .............Francois Larmore 2003 ........ 213............ Mike Koitsopoulos

2002......... 209 ..............David Colangelo 2001 .......... 219....................Jason Ricceri 2000 ........ 193 ....................Matt Eldridge 1999.......... 193 ..................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 193 .......................Ryan Roush 1997 .......... 160 .....................Keith Mastro 1996.......... 153...........................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 176 ...........................Mike Hagy 1994 .......... 170 ...........................Todd Ross 1993.......... 140.......................Brent Burke 1992 .......... 137 ...................Chris Childers 1991 ........... 137 ...................Chris Childers 1990.......... 161 .............................Chris Hall 1989.......... 114 .........................Sam Nelson ................... 114 .............. Dave Piepenbrink 1988.......... 140.......................Jason Nixon 1987 .......... 110.............................. Jon Hart 1986.......... 127 ...............Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 158 ..............Terry Thompson 1984 .......... 97 ..................... Dan Culicerto 1983.......... 117 ...............................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 134..............................Greg Hill ................... 134.........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 127 ..............................Greg Hill 1980.......... 91 ........................Mark Crouch 1979 .......... 124 ............................ Mike Allie ................... 124 ................... Johnny Taylor 1978 .......... 133 .........................Glen Lewis 1977 .......... 145 .........................Mike Horan 1976 .......... 111 ...........................Mike Horan 1975 .......... 111 ......................Mike Kaufman 1974 ......... 126............................Dave Allie 1973 .......... 93....................Larry Verbage 1972 .......... 94 .........................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 130 ...................Craig Dickson 1970 .......... 90.....................Craig Dickson 1969.......... 110...................... Jim Fantuzzo 1968.......... 94 .......................Walt Garnett 1967 .......... 93...................... Jim Fantuzzo 1966.......... 79 ......................... Bob Lemley 1965 ......... 105 ..................Tom Davidson 1964 .......... 83 ...................Tom Davidson 1963.......... 89....................Toby Holbrook 1962 .......... 58.................. Rusty Wamsley 1961 ........... 71 ................... Rusty Wamsley 1960.......... 80.......................Ron Lambert 1959 .......... 82 .........................Fred Conley 1956 .......... 66...................John Mayberry 1954 .......... 31 .................... Jim Swierczek 1934 .......... 59..............................Bill Craig 1928 .......... 78 ................Creighton Noyes Batting Average 2011 ........... 337.................Kenny Socorro 2010 .......... 375........................Kurt Lipton 2009 ........ 337..........................Josh Valle 2008 ........ 388 ......................... Nate Lape 2007 ......... 331 ..........................Josh Valle 2006 ........ 347......................Rich Russell 2005......... 320 ................... Adam Ptacek 2004......... 374...............Adam Frederick 2003 ........ 376...................Corie O’Bryan 2002......... 376................Adam Ferriman 2001 .......... 392 ..............David Colangelo 2000 ........ 392 .................Eric Pinkerton 1999.......... 369 ................Aaron Williams 1998.......... 435 ...................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 331 ..........................Mark Zban ................... 331 ....................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 379..........................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 324..........................Mike Hagy 1994 .......... 335 .........................Todd Ross 1993.......... 321..................Jon Robertson 1992 .......... 313 ..........................Todd Ross 1991 .......... 299 .................Chris Childers 1990.......... 379...........................Chris Hall 1989.......... 427 ......................Jason Nixon 1988.......... 381 ................Roger McIntyre 1987 .......... 383 .............Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 409 .............Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 428.......................... Chip Cook 1984 .......... 376........................Todd Sager 1983.......... 436 ............................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 358 .......................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 378 ............................Greg Hill 1980.......... 438 ............................Greg Hill 1979 .......... 371 ............................ Mike Allie 1978 .......... 380 ...................Randy Rosiek 1977 .......... 301 .......................... John Rulli 1976 .......... 380 ..................... John Wilson 1975 .......... 408 .......................Mike Horan 1974 .......... 400 ..................Mike Kaufman 1973 .......... 333 ..................Mike Kaufman 1972 .......... 362 ......................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 407..................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 308 .................John Wiseman 1969.......... 318 .................... Jim Fantuzzo 1968.......... 366 ......................John Mazur 1967 .......... 306 ...................... Bob Lemley 1966.......... 286 ....................Walt Garnett 1965 .......... 287.................... Tom Langfi tt 1964 .......... 351..................... Dick Fillmore 1963 ......... 471 ................. Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 431..... Mickey Sydenstricker 1961 ........... 345 ....................Jack Trainor 1960.......... 339 ...................Jack Marcum 1959 .......... 351...................Alex Lawrence

1956 .......... 396 .................Clarence York 1954 .......... 347.........................Milan Zban 1952 .......... 321.................. Jim Swierczek 1934 .......... 424 ............................Bill Craig 1929 .......... 375................... George Kozak 1928 .......... 406 ............... Johnny Watson 1924 .......... 380 ...........Frank “Red” Crist Hits 2011 ........... 65......................Victor Gomez 2010 .......... 80......................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 72 ......................Victor Gomez 2008 ........ 83............................ Nate Lape 2007 ......... 61 ..........................Brit Vincent 2006 ........ 70 .................Adam Frederick 2005......... 62 ................ Aaron Jamieson 2004......... 77 .................Adam Frederick 2003 ........ 76 .....................Corie O’Bryan 2002......... 69.................David Colangelo 2001 .......... 85.................David Colangelo 2000 ........ 73 ....................Eric Pinkerton 1999.......... 69...................Aaron Williams 1998.......... 80......................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 52 ............................Mark Zban 1996.......... 58............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 57 ............................Mike Hagy 1994 .......... 57 ............................Todd Ross 1993.......... 42 .......................Kurt Henzler 1992 .......... 34 ....................Chris Childers 1991 ........... 41 .....................Chris Childers 1990.......... 61 ..............................Chris Hall 1989.......... 47 ........................Jason Nixon 1988.......... 52 ........................Jason Nixon 1987 .......... 41 .................Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 52 ................Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 52 ............................ Chip Cook 1984 .......... 32 ..........................Todd Sager 1983.......... 51 ................................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 48 ..........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 48 ...............................Greg Hill 1980.......... 33.....................David Sullivan ................... 33.................... Johnny Taylor 1979 .......... 46 ............................. Mike Allie 1978 .......... 49 ......................Randy Rosiek 1977 .......... 42 ..........................Mike Horan 1976 .......... 31 ...........................Lou Packer 1974 .......... 42 .....................Mike Kaufman 1975 .......... 40 ..........................Mike Horan 1973 .......... 22 ....................Larry Verbage 1972 .......... 34 .........................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 50....................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 27 .....................Craig Dickson 1969.......... 35 ...................... Jim Fantuzzo 1968.......... 34 .........................John Mazur 1967 .......... 26 ......................... Bob Lemley 1966.......... 20 ..................Charles Yonker 1965 .......... 25 ....................... Tom Langfitt 1964 .......... 26 ...................... Dick Fillmore 1963.......... 40 .................. Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 23 .................. Rusty Wamsley 1961 ........... 20 .......................Jack Trainor 1960.......... 26 .........................Fred Conley 1959 .......... 20 ....................Alex Lawrence 1956 .......... 21 .....................Clarence York 1954 .......... 6 ...........................Earl Skaggs ................... 6 ...........................Ed Walowac ................... 6 .............................Milan Zban 1934 .......... 25 ..............................Bill Craig 1928 .......... 28 ................Creighton Noyes ................... 28 .................. Johnny Watson Runs Scored 2011 ........... 42 ..................... Victor Ramos 2010 .......... 42 ..........................Kurt Lipton 2009 ........ 46 ............................Josh Valle 2008 ........ 62 ............................ Nate Lape 2007 ......... 41 .....Brandon Casamassima 2006 ........ 54 .................Adam Frederick 2005......... 39...................... Adam Ptacek 2004......... 46 .................Adam Frederick 2003 ........ 46 .............Francois Larmore 2002......... 58.................David Colangelo 2001 .......... 71 ..................David Colangelo 2000 ........ 52 ....................Eric Pinkerton 1999.......... 42 ...................Aaron Williams 1998.......... 53 ......................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 36......................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 24 ............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 36.......................Kurt Henzler 1994 .......... 34 ............................Todd Ross 1993.......... 24 ....................Chris Childers 1992 .......... 27 ....................Chris Childers 1991 ........... 28 ....................Chris Childers 1990.......... 45 .............. Dave Piepenbrink 1989.......... 32 .............. Dave Piepenbrink 1988.......... 44 .............. Dave Piepenbrink 1987 .......... 32 ................Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 43 ................Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 52 ............................ Chip Cook 1984 .......... 23 .........................Vance Bunn 1983.......... 36...............................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 36..........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 36..................... Dan Culicerto 1980.......... 21 ........................Terry Adkins ................... 21 ........................Mark Crouch ................... 21 ..................... Paul Simmons 1979 .......... 28 ..................Harry Severino

1978 .......... 28 ......................Randy Rosiek 1977 .......... 23 ..................... Dave Ramella 1976 .......... 9 ....................... Dave Ramella 1975 .......... 8 ............................ Joe Waugh 1974 .......... 11 ...............................Dave Allie 1973 .......... 7.......................Larry Verbage 1972 .......... 6 ...........................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 13 .....................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 8 ......................Glenn Verbage 1969.......... 5 ........................ Jim Fantuzzo ................... 5 ................................Gil Koury 1968.......... 5 ........................... Bob Lemley 1967 .......... 4 ........................... Bob Lemley ................... 4 ...........................Carl Nelson 1966.......... 4 .........................Walt Garnett ................... 4 ............................Ken Zornes 1965 .......... 3 .........................Lowell Leach ................... 3 ...........................Carl Nelson ................... 3 ..................Charles Yonkers 1964 .......... 4 .....................Charles Brown ................... 4 ............................Zeke Myers 1963.......... 16 ................... Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 7......... Mickey Sydenstricker 1961 ........... 5 .........................Jack Trainor 1960.......... 6 ........................Ron Lambert 1959 .......... 6 ...........................Fred Conley 1956 .......... 3 ............................ Gary Wolfe 1934 .......... 6 .......Eddie Goyette Doubles Doubles 2011 ........... 16 ...................... Victor Ramos 2010 .......... 15 .......................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 14 .............................Josh Valle 2008 ........ 17 ............................. Nate Lape 2007 ......... 12 .................Brendan Murphy 2006 ........ 21 ..................... Roddy Stieger 2005......... 11 .............................Brad Helm 2004......... 16 ..............Francois Larmore 2003 ........ 18 ..............Francois Larmore 2002......... 16 ...................... C. Dziedziejko 2001 .......... 14 ......................Jason Brooks ................... 14 ........................Bryan Colley 2000 ........ 22 ....................Eric Pinkerton 1999.......... 16 .....................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 18 .........................Ryan Roush 1997 .......... 13 .............................Mark Zban 1996.......... 13 .............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 19 .............................Mike Hagy 1994 .......... 11 ..............................Todd Ross 1993.......... 11 .........................Kurt Henzler 1992 .......... 8 .........................Kurt Henzler 1991 ........... 11 ......................Chris Childers 1990.......... 13 ..............................Chris Hall 1989.......... 11 ...............................Chris Hall 1988.......... 12 .................Jamie Svanagan 1987 .......... 9 ................ Dave Piepenbrink 1986.......... 13 .................Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 17 ............................. Chip Cook 1984 .......... 6 .............................. Chip Cook 1983.......... 10 ...........Warren Canterbury ................... 10 ...........................Todd Sager 1982 .......... 16 ...........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 11 .........................Mark Crouch 1980.......... 11 .........................Mark Crouch 1979 .......... 10 .......................Tom Verbage 1978 .......... 8 ............................... Mike Allie ................... 8 ........................Randy Rosiek 1977 .......... 7.............................Mike Horan ................... 7........................ Dave Ramella Home Runs 2011 ........... 10 .....................Rhett Stafford 2010 .......... 17 .......................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 18 .......................Victor Gomez 2008 ........ 17 ............................. Nate Lape 2007 ......... 10 .................Brendan Murphy 2006 ........ 15 .................Brendan Murphy 2005......... 8 ......................Joe Glevenyak 2004......... 8 ..........................Rich Russell 2003 ........ 14 ..............Francois Larmore 2002......... 10 ......................Clay DeSantis 2001 .......... 23 .....................Jason Brooks 2000 ........ 20 ............................Marty Rini 1999.......... 9 ......................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 20 ......................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 14 .......................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 8 ..............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 5 ...................Craig Brumfield ................... 5 .........................Kurt Henzler 1994 .......... 4 ...................Craig Brumfield 1993.......... 4 ..................Shane McComas 1992 .......... 5 .........................Kurt Henzler 1991 ........... 4 ......................Chris Childers ................... 4 ....................Dave McAnallen ................... 4 ....................Roger McIntyre 1990.......... 11 ................ John Piepenbrink 1989.......... 11 ..........................Jason Nixon 1988.......... 15 .........................Jason Nixon 1987 .......... 8 ..........................Jason Nixon 1986.......... 8 ..........................Greg Hatton 1985.......... 9 ............................. Trey Duffy ................... 9 .............................Ben Fetter 1984 .......... 7.........................Rick Lambert 1983.......... 11 .................................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 11 ..............................Jeff Rowe 1981 ........... 7..................................Greg Hill ................... 7.............................Todd Sager

1980.......... 5 .................................Greg Hill 1979 .......... 5 ............................... Mike Allie ................... 5 ...................... Johnny Taylor ................... 5 .......................... John Wilson 1978 .......... 5 ............................... Mike Allie 1977 .......... 2 ............................Mike Horan ................... 2 .............................. John Rulli 1976 .......... 3 ........................ Mike Mueller 1975 .......... 7...............................Steve Hall 1974 ......... 3 ................... Mike Prettyman 1973 .......... 5 ......................Darren Woody 1972 .......... 2 .......................Three Players 1971 ........... 9 ......................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 5 ......................Glenn Verbage 1969.......... 3 ...........................John Mazur ................... 3 ......................Glenn Verbage 1968.......... 3 ........................... Bob Lemley ................... 3 ...........................John Mazur 1967 .......... 1..............................Six Players 1966.......... 2 ....................Charles Yonker 1965 .......... 2 ........................ Tom Langfi tt ................... 2 .........................Lowell Leach ................... 2 ........................Don Rockhold 1964 .......... 1.........................Three Players 1963.......... 3 .................... Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 1.........................Three Players 1961 ........... 5 ...................... Corky Layman 1960.......... 5 ........................Jack Marcum 1959 .......... 2 ......................Marion Majher 1956 .......... 3 ............................. Donzil Hall 1954 .......... 6 .............................Milan Zban 1934 .......... 2 .......................Carl Edmonds ................... 2 ..........................John Zontini RBI 2011 ........... 41 .....................Rhett Stafford 2010 .......... 63......................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 62 ......................Victor Gomez 2008 ........ 63............................ Nate Lape 2007 ......... 36....Brandon Casamassima 2006 ........ 70 ................Brendan Murphy 2005......... 33....................Joe Glevenyak 2004......... 43 .................Adam Frederick ................... 43 .............Francois Larmore 2003 ........ 45 .....................Corie O’Bryan 2002......... 41 ................Craig Dziedziejko 2001 .......... 73 .....................Jason Brooks 2000 ........ 57 ............................Marty Rini 1999.......... 38....................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 60......................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 39......................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 33............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 25 .................Craig Brumfield ................... 25 ............................Mike Hagy 1994 .......... 33............................Todd Ross 1993.......... 26 .......................Kurt Henzler 1992 .......... 20 .......................Kurt Henzler 1991 ........... 24 ..................Roger McIntyre ................... 24 ..................Dave McAnallen 1990.......... 42 .............. John Piepenbrink 1989.......... 42 ..................Dave McAnallen 1988.......... 43 .............. Dave Piepenbrink 1987 .......... 29 ................Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 30................Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 44 ...................... Scott Crosby 1984 .......... 32 ............................Chip Cook 1983.......... 38...............................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 40 ..........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 42 ...............................Greg Hill 1980.......... 26 ...............................Greg Hill 1979 .......... 37 ............................. Mike Allie 1978 .......... 27 ......................Randy Rosiek 1977 .......... 24 ....................... Mike Mueller 1976 .......... 20 ....................... Mike Mueller 1975 .......... 41 .............................Steve Hall 1974 .......... 29 .....................Mike Kaufman 1973 .......... 22 ....................Larry Verbage 1972 .......... 24 .........................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 37 ....................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 23 ....................Glenn Verbage 1969.......... 16 .....................Glenn Verbage 1968.......... 16 ..........................John Mazur 1967 .......... 13 .......................... Bob Lemley 1966.......... 14 ...................Charles Yonker 1965 .......... 12 ........................ Tom Langfitt ................... 12 ........................Lowell Leach 1964 .......... 17 ........................ Zeke Meyers 1963.......... 23 .................. Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 22 ....................Charlie Brown 1961 ........... 14 ..................... Corky Layman 1960.......... 17 .......................Jack Marcum 1959 .......... 14 ................................Ruel Ball ................... 14 ..........................Fred Conley 1956 .......... 14 ............................ Donzil Hall 1954 .......... 6 .............................Milan Zban 1952 .......... 5 ............................Carl Nutter Total Bases 2011 ........... 98....................Rhett Stafford 2010 .......... 146.....................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 143.....................Victor Gomez 2008 ....... 151 ............................ Nate Lape 2007 ......... 88........................Two Players 2006 ........ 130 ..............Brendan Murphy 2005......... 92 ....................Joe Glevenyak 2004......... 103 ...........Francois Larmore 2003 ........ 130 ...........Francois Larmore

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SINGLE SEASON LEADERS: HITTING 2002......... 109 ...............David Colangelo 2001 .......... 155....................Jason Brooks 2000 ........ 138 ..........................Marty Rini 1999.......... 110....................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 156.....................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 101......................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 97 ............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 81 ........................Kurt Henzler ................... 81 .............................Mike Hagy 1994 .......... 77 ............................Todd Ross 1993.......... 62 .......................Kurt Henzler 1992 .......... 55 .......................Kurt Henzler 1991 ........... 64 ....................Chris Childers 1990.......... 94 .............................Chris Hall 1989.......... 91 .........................Jason Nixon 1988.......... 107 .......................Jason Nixon 1987 .......... 73 ................Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 88................Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 100 .......................... Chip Cook 1984 .......... 44 .........................Vance Bunn 1983.......... 92 ...............................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 91 ...........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 76 ...............................Greg Hill 1980.......... 55 .......................Mark Crouch ................... 55 .................... Johnny Taylor 1979 .......... 73 ............................. Mike Allie 1978 .......... 69............................. Mike Allie 1977 .......... 55 ..........................Mike Horan 1976 .......... 49 ....................... Mike Mueller 1975 .......... 59..........................Mike Horan 1974 .......... 53 .....................Mike Kaufman 1973 .......... 49 ....................Larry Verbage 1972 .......... 44 .........................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 96 ...................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 48 ....................Glenn Verbage 1969.......... 46 ...................... Jim Fantuzzo 1968.......... 54 .........................John Mazur 1967 .......... 35 ......................... Bob Lemley 1966.......... 32 .......................Walt Garnett 1965 .......... 42 .......................Lowell Leach 1964 ......... 29 .............. Mike Cunningham ................... 29 ..........................Zeke Myers 1963.......... 71 ................... Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 28 ...... Mickey Sydenstricker 1961 ........... 32 .................... Corky Layman 1960.......... 37 ......................Jack Marcum 1959 .......... 29 ....................Marion Majher 1956 ......... 27 ....................Clarence York 1954 .......... 24 ...........................Milan Zban 1934 .......... 34 ..............................Bill Craig Slugging Percentage 2011 ........... 560 .................Rhett Stafford 2010 .......... 664 ...................Victor Gomez 2009 ........ 659 ...................Victor Gomez 2008 ........ 706 ........................ Nate Lape 2007 ......... 513........................... Nate Lape 2006 ........ 640 .............Brendan Murphy 2005......... 532 .................Joe Glevenyak 2004......... 583 .....................Rich Russell 2003 ........ 628 ..........Francois Larmore 2002......... 649 .................. Clay Desantis 2001 .......... 829 ..................Jason Brooks 2000 ........ 780 .........................Marty Rini 1999.......... 570..................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 848 ...................Tom Kuempel 1997 .......... 669 ...................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 634 .........................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 463 ....................Kurt Henzler 1994 .......... 481................. Marshall Henry 1993.......... 510 ..............Shane McComas 1992 .......... 455..........................Todd Ross 199 ............ 467 .................Chris Childers 1990.......... 628 ........... Dave Piepenbrink 1989.......... 827......................Jason Nixon 1988.......... 774 ................Roger McIntyre 1987 .......... 681 ..............Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 784......................Greg Hatten 1985.......... 690 ......................... Chip Cook 1984 .......... 574 ....................Rick Lambert 1983.......... 768 ............................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 679........................Todd Sager 1981 ........... 756........................Todd Sager 1980.......... 726.............................Greg Hill 1979 .......... 589 .......................... Mike Allie 1978 .......... 527 ........................... Mike Allie 1977 ......... 425.......................... John Rulli 1976 .......... 563 .................... Mike Mueller 1975 .......... 620 ...................... Mark Gross 1974 .......... 505 ..................Mike Kaufman 1973 .......... 638 .................Darren Woody 1972 .......... 468 ......................Herb Karlet 1971 ........... 780 .................Glenn Verbage 1970 .......... 545..................Glenn Verbage 1969.......... 429..................Glenn Varbage 1968.......... 581 .......................John Mazur 1967 .......... 412 ........................ Bob Lemley 1966.......... 508 ....................Walt Garnett 1965 .......... 519......................Lowell Leach 1964 .......... 377 ............ Mike Cunningham 1963.......... 835 ............... Rusty Wamsley 1962 .......... 549 ... Mickey Sydenstricker 1961 ........... 615................... Corky Layman 1960.......... 597....................Jack Marcum 1959 .......... 397..................Marion Majher 1956 .......... 509 .................Clarence York 1934 .......... 576............................Bill Craig

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Walks 2011 ........... 32 ........................Isaac Ballou 2010 .......... 33............................Josh Valle 2009 ........ 41 .............................Josh Valle 2008 ........ 37 .........................Jeff Rowley 2007 ......... 28 ................Brendan Murphy 2006 ........ 38........................Rich Russell 2005......... 29 ...................... Adam Ptacek 2004......... 28 ..................... Chris Monaco 2003 ........ 21 ......................Scott Henning ................... 21 ......................Corie O’Bryan 2002......... 30...........................Matt White 2001 .......... 37 ......................Matt Eldridge 2000 ........ 30.....................Jason Brooks 1999.......... 32 ...................Aaron Williams 1998.......... 26 ...................Aaron Williams 1997 .......... 22 ......................Tom Kuemple 1996.......... 21 .............................Mike Hagy 1995 .......... 22 .......................Kurt Henzler ................... 22 .......................Keith Mastro 1994 .......... 30.....................Allen Osborne 1993.......... 28 ..................... Todd Borders 1992 .......... 23 ..................... Todd Borders 1991 ........... 37 ..................Roger McIntyre 1990.......... 33.............. John Piepenbrink 1989.......... 25 ..................Roger McIntyre 1988.......... 29 ..................Dave McAnallen 1987 .......... 26 .............. Dave Piepenbrink 1986.......... 17 ............................... Jon Hart ................... 17 .......................Rick Lambert 1985.......... 34 .........................Vance Bunn 1984 .......... 17 ..........................Vance Bunn ................... 17 .......................Rick Lambert 1983.......... 24 ..........................Todd Sager 1982 .......... 25 ..................... Dan Culicerto 1981 ........... 23 ..........................Todd Sager 1980....................................................... N/A 1979 .......... 23 .................... Dave Ramella ................... 23 ..................Harry Severino 1978 .......... 24 ..................... Dave Ramella 1977 .......... 26 ..........................Mike Horan 1976 .......... 15 ...........................Lou Packer 1975 .......... 37 ......................... Mark Gross 1974 .......... 30....................Darren Woody 1973 .......... 18 ..............................Dave Allie 1972 .......... 20 .......................... John Lutes 1971 ........... 21 ......................Craig Dickson 1970 .......... 17 .........................Roger Gertz 1969.......... 14 ...............................Gil Koury 1968.......... 27 ...................... Jim Fantuzzo 1967 .......... 14 ..........................Carl Nelson 1966.......... 12 ........................Walt Garnett ................... 12 .......................Don Rockhold 1965 .......... 9 .........................Lowell Leach 1964 .......... 18 ....................Charles Brown 1963.......... 11 ......................Toby Holbrook 1962 .......... 9 .............................Ken Echols ................... 9 .........................Ron Lambert 1961 ........................................................ N/A 1960.......... 18 .........................Tex Williams 1959 .......... 13 ..........................Fred Conley Strikeouts 2011 ........... 46 ..................... Victor Ramos ................... 46 .....................Gray Stafford 2010 .......... 50......................... Thor Meeks 2009 ........ 62 ......................... Thor Meeks 2008 ........ 49 ............................ Nate Lape 2007 ......... 39....Brandon Casamassima 2006 ........ 45 ................Brendan Murphy 2005......... 49 .................... Roddy Stieger 2004......... 52 .............Francois Larmore 2003 ........ 54 ...............Craig Dziedziejko 2002......... 37 ............................Marty Rini 2001 .......... 40 .....................Jason Brooks 2000 ........ 45 ............................Marty Rini 1999.......... 40 ....................Eric Pinkerton 1998.......... 33.........................Ryan Roush 1997 .......... 34 ......................Tom Kuempel 1996.......... 32 .........................Ryan Roush 1995 .......... 44 .........................Tim Fanning 1994 .......... 35 .................Craig Brumfield 1993.......... 26 ......................Jim Reynolds 1992 .......... 31 ......................George Kayes 1991 ........... 42 ..................Dave McAnallen 1990.......... 40 ..................Dave McAnallen 1989.......... 23 .........................Sam Nelson 1988.......... 26 ..................Dave McAnallen 1987 .......... 26 ............................Ty Phillips 1986.......... 21 ....................... Scott Crosby ................... 21 ............................ Trey Duffy 1985.......... 29 ...................... Scott Crosby 1984 .......... 19 .......................Rick Lambert 1983.......... 11 ............................Todd Sager 1982 .......... 26 .........................Vance Bunn 1981 ........... 26 ............................Jeff Rowe 1979 .......... 21 ........................ John Wilson 1978 ......... 33............................. Mike Allie 1977 .......... 18 ........................ Mike Mueller ................... 18 .......................Tom Verbage 1976 .......... 22 .......................... Joe Waugh 1975 .......... 22 .......................... Joe Waugh 1974 .......... 26 ......................... Mark Gross 1973 ......... 20 .........................Tim Murphy 1972 .......... 19 ........................... John Lutes 1971 ........... 20 .......................... John Lutes 1970 .......... 16 ......................Craig Dickson 1969.......... 29 ..............................Gil Koury

1968 ........ 22 ...................... Jim Fantuzzo 1967 .......... 24 ...................Charlie Yonker 1966.......... 23 ..................Charles Yonker 1965 .......... 27 .................... Don Rockhold 1964 .......... 21 ....................... Dick Fillmore 1963.......... 18 .....................Charlie Brown 1962 .......... 12 ............................Ken Echols ................... 12 ........................Ron Lambert 1960.......... 23 .......................Ron Lambert 1959 .......... 22 ....................Marion Majher Stolen Bases 2011 ........... 18/23 .................Isaac Ballou 2010 .......... 12/15 ...................Isaac Ballou 2009 ........ 26/34 ..............Adam Yeager 2008 ........ 47/56...............Adam Yeager 2007 ......... 6/7 ......................... Nate Lape ................... 6/9 .Brandon Casamassima 2006 ........ 18/24............... Chris Monaco 2005......... 8/10................Joe Glevenyak ................... 8/13 .................. Adam Ptacek 2004......... 40/52 ............. Chris Monaco 2003 ....... 15/18........ Mike Koitsopoulos 2002 ....... 21/22 ...........David Colangelo 2001 .......... 15/21 ............David Colangelo 2000 ........ 11/14 ................Eric Pinkerton 1999.......... 33/39 ...........Aaron Williams 1998.......... 14/14 ..............Aaron Williams 1997 .......... 7/8 ....................Keith Mastro ................... 7/11.....................Mike Fleming 1996.......... 7/10 ...............Aaron Williams 1995 .......... 18/25................Jim Reynolds 1994 .......... 13/16.................Jim Reynolds 1993.......... 6/7 .....................Brent Burke 1992 .......... 7/7 ..................Chris Childers 1991 ........... 9/12 ................Chris Childers 1990.......... 6/10 .......... Dave Piepenbrink 1989.......... 4/4............ Dave Piepenbrink 1988.......... 4/4.......................Sam Nelson ................... 4/5 .............Jamie Svanagan ................... 4/6 .....................Jason Nixon 1987 .......... 8/9 .............Robbie Morrison 1986.......... 16/16...........Robbie Morrison 1985.......... 10/11 ................. Dan Culicerto ................... 10/12 ...........Terry Thompson 1984 .......... 9/14 ...................... Aaron Rice 1983.......... 15/16..........................Greg Hill 1982 .......... 5/5 ....................... Aaron Rice ................... 5/7.............................Greg Hill 1981 ........... 9/11 ............................Greg Hill ................... 9/12 ..................Dave Sullivan 1980.......... 9/10 ..................Dave Sullivan 1979 .......... 8/9 .......................... Mike Allie ................... 8/9 ...............Harry Severino 1978 .......... 6/8 .......................... Mike Allie 1977 .......... 10/17 ................... John Wilson 1976 .......... 10 ...................Harry Severino 1975 .......... 14 ........................Mike Sullivan 1974 .......... 11 ..........................Dick Grogan ................... 11 .......................Mike Kaufman 1973 .......... 6 ..........................Dick Grogan 1972 .......... 5 ......................John Wiseman 1971 ........... 13 ..................... Craig Dickson 1970 .......... 3 .......................Craig Dickson 1969.......... 3 ....................... Horlin Carter 1968.......... 9 ........................... Bob Lemley 1967 .......... 6 ........................... Bob Lemley 1962 .......... 6 .................... Rusty Wamsley 1961 ........... 5 .................... Rusty Wamsley

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MARSHALL BASEBALL SINGLE SEASON LEADERS: PITCHING Games Started 2011 ........... 13 .......................... Mike Mason ................... 13 ............................Arik Sikula 2010 .......... 15 .............................Ian Kadish 2009 ........ 13 ...........................Dan Straily 2008 ........ 15 ...........................Dan Straily 2007 ......... 13 ......................Jeremy Slone 2006 ........ 15 ......................Jeremy Slone 2005......... 14 ................. Chris Koutsavlis 2004......... 14 ................. Chris Koutsavlis 2003 ........ 14 .......................Grant Harper 2002......... 15 ............................Chris Fritz 2001 .......... 14 ....................... Steve Fowler 2000 ........ 17 ........................Sean Reeder 1999.......... 15 ........................Sean Reeder 1998.......... 15 .............................J.R. Watts 1997 .......... 12 .............................J.R. Watts 1996.......... 15 .............................J.R. Watts 1995 .......... 14 .................Frank Thompson 1994 .......... 15 ...........................Matt Spade 1993.......... 13 ...........................Matt Spade 1992 .......... 11 ............................Matt Spade 1991 ........... 10 ......................Chris Bellomy ................... 10 ................Brandon Ramsey 1990.......... 10 .................... Jason Schafer 1989.......... 9 ..................... Jason Schafer 1988.......... 10 ............................. Ray Nolan 1987 .......... 10 ....................... Eddie Harris 1986.......... 12 .......................Greg Stevens 1985.......... 9 ........................Greg Stevens 1984 .......... 9 ............................. David Clay 1983.......... 9 .................Jeff Montgomery 1982 .......... 10 ................Jeff Montgomery 1981 ........... 10 .........................Gary Nelson ................... 10 ........................Mike Sullivan 1980.......... 8 ....................Grant Campbell 1979 .......... 9 ....................Grant Campbell 1978 .......... 13 ..................... Albie DeYoung 1977 .......... 12 ........................Greg Kappas 1976 .......... 8 .........................Greg Kappas 1975 .......... 9 ...............................Jim Willis 1974 .......... 9 ..................... Dave Campbell 1973 .......... 9 ...................... Mark Doboney 1972 .......... 10 .......................Mike Peppers 1971 ........... 13 ..........................Rodney May 1970 .......... 9 ......................... Carl Hewlett 1969.......... 9 ............................Paul Holley 1968 ........ 9 ...........................Tom Harris 1967 .......... 9 ............................Paul Holley 1966.......... 10 ........................... Bill Blevins 1965 .......... 12 .........................John Mullins 1964 .......... 9 ..........................John Mullins 1963.......... 8 ...............................Dale Lynd 1962 .......... 8 ...............................Dale Lynd 1961 .......... 6 ...............................Dale Lynd 1960 ........ 7...................... Hugh Reynolds 1959 ......... 9 ......................Marion Majher ................... 9 ..................... Hugh Reynolds 1934 .......... 7.................Maywood Belcher 1928 .......... 7..............................Guy Fisher Appearances 2011 ........... 25 ............................Kyle Blank ................... 25 ............................Ian Kadish 2010 .......... 35 ............................Kyle Blank 2009 ........ 24 ....................... Tyler Gatrell 2008 ........ 28 ...........................Arik Sikula 2007 ......... 23 ...................... Andrew Blain 2006 ........ 25 ...................Brendon Bump 2005......... 32 ...................Brendon Bump 2004......... 24 .................. Chris Meadows 2003 ........ 28 .................. Chris Meadows 2002......... 28 .................. Chris Meadows 2001 .......... 16 ............................ Rick Suter 2000 ........ 20 .......................Sean Reeder 1999.......... 19 ......................... J.J. Thomas 1998.......... 24 .......................Sean Reeder 1997 .......... 18 ............................ Joey Hahn 1996.......... 17 ...................... Chris Hughes 1995 .......... 25 ..................Chad Hathaway 1994 .......... 16 ........................... Rick Paugh 1993.......... 19 ....................Steve Diamond 1992 .......... 21 ........................... Rick Paugh 1991 ........... 16 .......................John Winters 1990.......... 19 ................... Ronald Thomas 1989.......... 18 .....................Tony Petersen 1988.......... 15 ..........................John Chafin 1987 .......... 13 ..........................John Chafin 1986.......... 12 .........................Chris Queen ................... 12 .......................Greg Stevens 1985.......... 17 ............................. Rick Reed 1984 .......... 10 ............................ David Clay ................... 10 .......................Greg Stevens 1983.......... 12 ...................... J.D. McKinney 1982 .......... 11 .................Jeff Montgomery 1981 ........... 12 .........................Gary Nelson 1980.......... 8 ....................Grant Campbell 1979 .......... 15 .................Derek McDaniels 1978 .......... 16 ..................... Albie DeYoung 1977 .......... 15 ..................... Albie DeYoung 1976 .......... 10 ....................... Greg Rowsey 1975 ......... 10 .......................Greg Kappas ................... 10 ..............................Jim Willis 1974 .......... 12 ..........................Tom Marine 1973 .......... 10 .................... Mark Doboney ................... 10 .............................Jim Willis 1972 .......... 12 ........................... Dave Davis 1971 ........... 13 ........................Ralph Caudill

................... 13 ..........................Rodney May 1970 .......... 11 ......................... Carl Hewlett ................... 11 ............................Robert Hull ................... 11 ............................Gary Leach 1969.......... 9 ......................... Carl Hewlett 1968.......... 12 ....................... Gary Stobart 1967 .......... 8 ............................Tom Harris 1966.......... 12 ............................... Bob Hale 1965 .......... 12 .........................John Mullins 1964 .......... 7...........................John Mullins 1963.......... 8 ...............................Dale Lynd 1962 .......... 8 ...............................Dale Lynd 1961 ........... 11 ........................Richard Wildt 1960.......... 8 ..................... Hugh Reynolds 1959 .......... 10 .....................Marion Majher ................... 10 .................... Hugh Reynolds 1934 .......... 8 ................Maywood Belcher 1928 .......... 8 .............................Guy Fisher Innings Pitched 2011 ........... 78.1 ....................... Mike Mason 2010 .......... 76.0 ........................Ian Kadish 2009 ........ 71.2 ........................Dan Straily 2008 ........ 98.0 ..................Steve Blevins 2007 ......... 85.1 ..................Jeremy Slone 2006 ........ 88.2 ................ Jeremy Slone 2005......... 83.0 ............ Chris Koutsavlis 2004......... 88.2 ............ Chris Koutsavlis 2003 ........ 96.1 ...................Grant Harper 2002......... 78.1 .........................Chris Fritz 2001 .......... 86.1 ................... Steve Fowler 2000 ........ 107.0 ..................Sean Reeder 1999.......... 95.2 ...................Sean Reeder 1998.......... 88.1 .........................J.R. Watts 1997 .......... 67.1 ..........................J.R. Watts 1996.......... 88.2 ........................J.R. Watts 1995 .......... 71.2 ..............Frank Thompson 1994 .......... 100.2 ......................Matt Spade 1993.......... 77.1 ........................Matt Spade 1992 .......... 67.2.......................Matt Spade 1991 ........... 57.2 ..................Chris Bellomy 1990.......... 55.0 .....................Scott Miller 1989.......... 46.2................ Jason Schafer 1988 ........ 56.0 ......Keith Throckmorton 1987 .......... 53.1......................Eddie Harris 1986.......... 57.2 ...................Gary Stevens 1985 ......... 62.1....................Gary Stevens 1984 .......... 40.0 ...................... David Clay 1983 ........ 48.0 ...........Jeff Montgomery 1982 .......... 67.1 .............Jeff Montgomery 1981 .......... 65.1......................Gary Nelson 1980 ........ 40.2...............Grant Campbell 1979 .......... 54.0 ..............Grant Campbell 1978 ......... 90.0 ................ Albie DeYoung 1977 .......... 82.1.................. Albie DeYoung 1976 .......... 52.0 ...................Greg Kappas 1975 ......... 61.1 ......................Greg Kappas 1974 ......... 60.2 .........................Jim Willis 1973 .......... 73.2................. Mark Doboney 1972 .......... 61.2....................Mike Peppers 1971 ........... 100.0....................Rodney May 1970 .......... 69.1 .................... Carl Hewlett 1969.......... 56.1..................... Carl Hewlett 1968.......... 63.2 ......................Tom Harris 1967 .......... 70.1 ........................Paul Holley 1966 ......... 65.1........................ Bill Blevins 1965 .......... 50.0 ....................John Mullins 1964 .......... 66.0 ....................John Mullins 1963.......... 67.2..........................Dale Lynd 1962 .......... 48.0 .........................Dale Lynd 1961 ........... 55.1...........................Dale Lynd 1960.......... 51.1 .................. Hugh Reynolds 1959 .......... 75.0.................Marion Majher 1954 .......... 35.0 ...................Allen Kenney 1934 .......... 66.0 ..........Maywood Belcher 1928 .......... 58.0 .......................Guy Fisher Earned Run Average (Minimum 10.1 IP) 2011 ........... 2.72 .......................Aaron Blair 2010 .......... 3.75.................... Tyler Gatrell 2009 ........ 2.35 ................. Andrew Blain 2008 ........ 4.12 ................... Shane Farrell ................... 4.12 .........................Arik Sikula 2007 ......... 4.59 ........................Nick Wolle 2006 ........ 2.25................... Andrew Blain 2005......... 3.38 ...............Brendon Bump 2004......... 3.38 ............Chris Cummings 2003 ........ 4.08 ..................... Steve Ziroli 2002 ....... 6.49 ............. Chris Meadows 2001 .......... 4.07................... Steve Fowler 2000 ........ 5.79....................... Rustyn Lee 1999 ......... 4.39 .................... J.J. Thomas 1998.......... 3.75....................Sean Reeder 1997 .......... 4.98 ....................... Joey Hahn 1996.......... 5.58 ........................J.R. Watts 1995 .......... 2.30 .....................Tim Fanning 1994 .......... 2.50 ......................Matt Spade 1993.......... 3.33 ..............Steve Diamond 1992 .......... 3.33 ......................Matt Spade 1991 ........... 2.88 .............Ronnie Spencer 1990.......... 2.16................ Ronald Thomas 1989.......... 2.97.................Tony Petersen 1988.......... 2.36 ...................Chris Queen 1987 .......... 4.89 ........................ Ray Nolan 1986.......... 4.70......................... Ray Nolan 1985.......... 3.00 ....................Chris Queen 1984 .......... 2.53 ..................Mark Wallace 1983.......... 3.61 .................. J.D. McKinney

1982 .......... 3.72............Jeff Montgomery 1981 ........... 2.73............Jeff Montgomery 1980.......... 0.60 ...................Mike Sullivan 1979 .......... 2.17 ................Grant Campbell 1978 .......... 1.72 ................Jerry Chapman 1977 .......... 1.84.....................Greg Kappas 1976 .......... 1.53.................. Albie DeYoung 1975 .......... 1.38 ................... Greg Rowsey 1974 .......... 1.57 .....................Greg Kappas 1973 .......... 0.86 ................ Mark Doboney 1972 .......... 1.02....................Mike Peppers 1971 ........... 2.34......................Rodney May 1970 .......... 1.20......................... Bill Calleja 1969.......... 0.00 ......................Gary Leach 1968.......... 2.12 ........................Tom Harris 1967 .......... 2.79....................... Bill Blevins 1966.......... 3.30 ...................... Bill Blevins 1965 .......... 5.00 .................Mike Fullerton 1964 ......... 3.55 .............Charles Newton 1963.......... 3.24..........................Dale Lynd 1962 .......... 3.21....................Jim Freeman 1961 ........... 3.32 ........................ Carl Little 1960.......... 3.35 ..........................Reynolds 1959 .......... 2.11 .................................. Myers 1956 .......... 1.02.............. Paul Underwood 1954 .......... 2.31.....................Allen Kenney 1934 .......... 0.68 ..........Maywood Belcher Games Won 2011 ........... 3-3 ....................... Mike Mason 2010 .......... 6-5 .........................Arik Sikula 2009 ........ 4-3 .......................Dan Straily ................... 4-3 ............................Ryan Kiel 2008 ........ 9-3 ....................Steve Blevins 2007 ......... 4-3 .................... Andrew Blain ................... 4-4 ............................Ryan Kiel 2006 ........ 6-7 .............. Chris Koutsavlis 2005......... 3-4 .................Brendon Bump ................... 3-4 ..............Chris Cummings ................... 3-7 .............. Chris Koutsavlis 2004......... 6-4 ....................Grant Harper 2003 ........ 5-8 ....................Grant Harper ................... 5-3 .............. Chris Koutsavlis 2002......... 5-7 .........................Chris Fritz 2001 .......... 5-2 ...............Brandon Bartos ................... 5-3 .................... Steve Fowler 2000 ........ 7-10 ....................Sean Reeder 1999.......... 6-7 .....................Sean Reeder 1998.......... 9-6 ..........................J.R. Watts 1997 .......... 3-5 ....................Chris Grimes 1996.......... 3-7 ..........................J.R. Watts 1995 .......... 3-3 ................Chad Hathaway ................... 3-6 .................. Brandon Mohr 1994 .......... 8-4 ........................Matt Spade 1993.......... 4-7.........................Matt Spade 1992 .......... 3-3 .....................Ron Spencer ................... 3-5 ........................Matt Spade ................... 3-6 .................. Steve Bennett 1991 ........... 5-4 ............................Bill Craig 1990.......... 4-4 ............................Bill Craig ................... 4-5 .................. Jason Shaffer 1989.......... 4-2 ..................Tony Petersen 1988.......... 5-2 ..................Tony Petersen 1987 .......... 4-4 .................... Eddie Harris 1986.......... 4-5 ......................Eddie Harris 1985.......... 7-0 ................... J.D. McKinney 1984 .......... 4-4 ......................... David Clay 1983.......... 5-4 .............Jeff Montgomery 1982 .......... 6-4 .............Jeff Montgomery 1981 ........... 7-2 ......................Gary Nelson ................... 7-3 .....................Mike Sullivan 1980.......... 5-1 .......................Gary Nelson 1979 .......... 6-1 .................Jerry Chapman 1978 .......... 8-3 .................. Albie DeYoung 1977 .......... 5-2 ..................Mike Sedberry 1976 .......... 7-1.......................Greg Kappas 1975 .......... 5-0 ...........................Jim Willis ................... 5-3 .....................Greg Kappas 1974 .......... 6-3 .......................Tom Marine 1973 .......... 7-2 .................. Mark Doboney 1972 .......... 5-3 ....................Mike Peppers 1971 ........... 8-5 .......................Rodney May 1970 .......... 6-4 ..................... Carl Hewlett 1969.......... 4-2 ..................... Carl Hewlett 1968.......... 5-2 .......................Tom Harris ................... 5-3 ........................Paul Holley 1967 .......... 4-4 ........................Tom Harris ................... 4-4 ........................Paul Holley 1966.......... 2-0 ............................ Bob Hale ................... 2-8 ........................ Bill Blevins 1965 .......... 3-5 ...................Mike Fullerton 1964 .......... 3-6 ......................John Mullins 1963.......... 4-4 ...........................Dale Lynd 1962 .......... 2-4 ...........................Dale Lynd 1961 ........... 5-4 ...........................Dale Lynd 1960.......... 3-3 ..................Marion Majher 1959 .......... 6-3 ................. Hugh Reynolds 1954 .......... 1-2 ...................Rudy Chandler 1952 .......... 2-2 .....................Allen Kenney 1934 .......... 8-0 ............Maywood Belcher 1928 .......... 6-1 ..........................Guy Fisher Games Saved 2011 ........... 4 ..............................Ian Kadish 2010 .......... 12 ..........................Austin Coan 2009 ........ 8 ...........................Austin Coan 2008 ........ 8 .............................Arik Sikula 2007 ......... 7...............................Nick Wolle

2006 ........ 5 ............Brian Knipplemeyer 2005......... 3 .....................Brendon Bump ................... 3 .........................David Slovak 2004......... 5 .................... Chris Meadows 2003 ........ 6 .................... Chris Meadows 2002......... 2 .................................B. Shade 2001 .......... 1...........................Four Players 2000 ........ 2 ........................ Steve Fowler ................... 2 ............................Chris Wean 1999.......... 2 .......................... J.J. Thomas 1998.......... 5 .........................Sean Reeder 1997 .......... 2 ............................. Joey Hahn 1996.......... 0 ................................................. 1995 .......... 5 ...........................Tim Fanning 1994 .......... 4 ...........................Tim Fanning 1993.......... 4 .....................Steve Diamond 1992 .......... 2 ............................ Rick Paugh 1991 .......... 2 .........................Kevin Robert ................... 2 ...................Ronnie Spencer 1990.......... 5 .................... Ronald Thomas 1989.......... 4 ......................Tony Petersen 1988.......... 3 ......................Tony Petersen 1987 ......... 1 .................... Robbie Dearing ................... 1......................Raymond Nolan 1986.......... 3 ..........................Chris Queen 1985.......... 3 .............................. Rick Reed 1984 .......... 1 ..........................Eddie Harris ................... 1........................Alfred Rosario 1983.......... 2 ....................... J.D. McKinney 1982 .......... 1........................Steve Verrone 1981 ........... 1...................Jeff Montgomery ................... 1............................Gary Nelson 1980.......... 0 ................................................. 1979 .......... 2 ....................Grant Campbell ................... 2 ....................Derek McDaniel 1978 .......... 2 .............................. Bob Birch ................... 2 ....................Jerry Chapman ................... 2 ...................... Albie DeYoung 1977 .......... 1.........................Three Players 1976 ......... 1 .......................Three Players 1975 .......... 1 ..............................Gary Hunt ................... 1.......................... Greg Rowsey 1974 .......... 2 .........................Greg Kappas 1973 .......... 2 ..............................Steve Hall 1972 .......... 2 ............................ Dave Davis 1971 ........... 0 ................................................. 1970 .......... 3 ............................Gary Leach 1969-1962 ............................................ N/A 1961 ........... 1..............................Jim Gallion ................... 1............................... Dick Wildt Strikeouts 2011 ........... 72 ...........................Arik Sikula 2010 .......... 62 ......................... Mike Mason 2009 ........ 58..........................Dan Straily 2008 ........ 78 ......................Steve Blevins 2007 ......... 53 ................. Brian Chrisman 2006 ....... 59................. Brian Chrisman 2005......... 58..........Brian Knippelmeyer 2004......... 69 ................ Brian Chrisman 2003 ........ 57 ......................Grant Harper 2002 ....... 47 ...........................Chris Fritz 2001 .......... 71 ....................... Steve Fowler 2000 ........ 94 .......................Sean Reeder 1999.......... 107 ......................Sean Reeder 1998.......... 71 .............................J.R. Watts 1997 .......... 81 .............................J.R. Watts 1996.......... 72 ............................J.R. Watts 1995 .......... 63.................... Brandon Mohr 1994 .......... 100 .......................Matt Spade 1993.......... 71 ...........................Matt Spade 1992 .......... 59..........................Matt Spade 1991 ........... 45 ..............................Bill Craig 1990.......... 52 ................... Jason Schafer 1989.......... 36................... Jason Schafer 1988.......... 36....................Tony Petersen ................... 36..........Keith Throckmorton 1987 .......... 36................Michael Johnson 1986.......... 53 ......................Greg Stevens 1985.......... 56......................Greg Stevens 1984 .......... 31 ............................ David Clay 1983.......... 40 ...............Jeff Montgomery 1982 .......... 63...............Jeff Montgomery 1981 ........... 57 ...............Jeff Montgomery 1980.......... 33..................Grant Campbell 1979 .......... 43 ..................Grant Campbell 1978 .......... 60.................... Albie DeYoung 1977 .......... 84 .................... Albie DeYoung 1976 .......... 34 .................... Albie DeYoung 1975 .......... 54 .......................Greg Kappas 1974 .......... 54 ................... Dave Campbell 1973 .......... 78 .................... Mark Doboney 1972 .......... 56......................Mike Peppers 1971 ........... 72 .........................Rodney May 1970 .......... 53 ....................... Carl Hewlett 1969.......... 46 ....................... Carl Hewlett 1968.......... 53 ..........................Paul Holley 1967 .......... 56..........................Paul Holley 1966.......... 56.......................... Bill Blevins 1965 .......... 38........................John Mullins 1964 .......... 58........................John Mullins 1963.......... 58.............................Dale Lynd 1962 .......... 38.............................Dale Lynd 1961 ........... 44 .............................Dale Lynd 1960.......... 45 ................... Hugh Reynolds 1959 .......... 83....................Marion Majher 1934 .......... 78 ..............Maywood Belcher

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CAREER RECORDS: BATTING Games Played

Doubles

8. ....... 289 .............................................. Greg Hill (1980-83)

1 ......... 217 .........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

1. ........ 48 ..........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

9. ....... 285.........................................Jason Nixon (1986-89)

2. ....... 214 ..............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

2. ....... 46 .......................................Eric Pinkerton (1998-00)

10....... 282.............................................Marty Rini (1999-02)

3. ....... 212 ......................................Kenny Socorro (2008-11)

3 ........ 42 ...................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

Slugging Percentage

4. ....... 203 ................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

......... 42 ...............................................Mike Hagy (1993-96)

5 ........ 188.............................................Matt White (1999-02)

5. ....... 41 .................................. Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

1. ........ .743 .....................................Jason Brooks (2000-01)

6. ....... 179 .........................................Keith Mastro (1995-98)

6. ....... 40 .....................................Dave Colangelo (1999-02)

2. ....... .718 .......................................Tom Kuempel (1995-98)

7. ....... 175 .....................................Aaron Williams (1996-99)

7. ....... 38 ..............................................Todd Sager (1981-84)

3. ....... .679.........................................Kurt Lipton (2008, ‘10)

8. ....... 173 ...................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

8 ........ 36 ..............................................Nate Lape (2007-09)

4. ....... .667...........................................Todd Sager (1981-84)

......... 173 ..............................................Marty Rini (1999-02)

9. ....... 35 ...............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

5. ....... .642.............................. Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

......... 173 ......................................... Kurt Henzler (1992-95)

......... 35 ................................................. Greg Hill (1980-83)

6. ....... .630 ...................................Eric Pinkerton (1998-00) 7. ....... .619.........................................Jason Nixon (1986-89)

At Bats

Triples

8. ....... .615................................. Robbie Morrison (1984-87)

1. ........ 849........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

1. ........ 11............................................Jim Reynolds (1993-96)

9 ........ .602 .....................................Nate Lape (2007-2009)

2 ........ 740 .................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

2 ........ 10 ............................................ Isaac Ballou (2010-11)*

......... .602 ....................................Glenn Verbage (1969-71)

3 ........ 738.............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

3. ....... 9 ..............................................Kurt Lipton (2008, ‘10)

Walks

4 ........ 630 .................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

......... 9 ......................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

5 ........ 612 .....................................Roddy Stieger (2003-06)

5. ....... 8 ..............................................John Wilson (1976-79)

1 ........ 120 ..............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

6. ....... 594.......................................Jim Reynolds (1993-96)

6. ....... 7 ..........................................Rusty Wamsley (1961-63)

2 ........ 102 .....................................Roger McIntyre (1988-91)

7 ........ 573 ....................Brandon Casamassima (2007-09)

......... 7 .......................................... Adam Yeager (2008-09)

......... 102 ................................ John Piepenbrink (1987-90)

8. ....... 571 .........................................Keith Mastro (1995-98)

8. ....... 6 ..............................................Bob Lemley (1966-68)

4 ........ 98 ................................. Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

9. ....... 565 ...................................Aaron Williams (1996-99)

......... 6 .............................................. John Mazur (1967-69)

5. ....... 95 ......................................Dave McAnallen (1988-91)

10....... 553 ............................ Mike Koitsopoulos (2002-04)

......... 6 ..........................................Darren Woody (1973-74)

6. ....... 82 ......................................Aaron Williams (1996-99)

......... 6 ...........................................Mike Kaufman (1973-76)

7. ....... 80........................................ Dan Culicerto (1982-85)

Batting Average (min. 200 AB)

......... 6 ............................................ Carl Burgess (1974-77)

8. ....... 79 ..............................................Matt White (1999-02)

1. ........ .388 ............................................. Greg Hill (1980-83)

......... 6 ..........................................Larry Berkery (1976-78)

9. ....... 78 ............................................Vance Bunn (1982-85)

2. ....... .386 ...................................Rusty Wamsley (1961-63)

......... 6 ............................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

10....... 74 .........................................Dave Ramella (1976-79)

3. ....... .373....................................Eric Pinkerton (1998-00) 4. ....... .372 ................................ Robbie Morrison (1984-87)

Home Runs

Strikeouts

5. ....... .370......................................Tom Kuempel (1995-98)

1. ........ 52 ..........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

1. ........ 154 .......................................... Thor Meeks (2009-11)*

6. ....... .367...........................................Mike Horan (1974-77)

2. ....... 39 ........................................Jason Brooks (2000-01)

2. ....... 153..............................................Marty Rini (1999-02)

7. ....... .366 ..........................................Todd Sager (1981-84)

3. ....... 38 ...........................................Jason Nixon (1986-89)

3. ....... 151 ..........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

8. ....... .361.........................................Jason Nixon (1986-89)

4. ....... 34 .........................................Tom Keumpel (1995-98)

4 ........ 145 .....................................Roddy Stieger (2003-06)

9 ........ .360 ..................................... David Sullivan (1978-81)

......... 34 ...............................................Marty Rini (1999-02)

5 ........ 135.......................................Rhett Stafford (2009-11)

10....... .356 ....................................... Mark Crouch (1979-81)

6. ....... 32 ..............................................Nate Lape (2007-09)

6 ........ 122 .............................................Nate Lape (2007-09)

7. ....... 31 .................................. Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

7. ....... 120 ..............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

Hits

8. ....... 29 ................................................. Greg Hill (1980-83)

......... 120 ....................................Dave McAnallen (1988-91)

1. ........ 294........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

9. ....... 28 ......................................Dave McAnallen (1988-91)

......... 120 .............................................Matt White (1999-02)

2. ....... 250.................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

10....... 27 .......................................Eric Pinkerton (1998-00)

10....... 119 ......................Brandon Casamassima (2007-09)

4 ........ 208 .................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

Runs Batted In

Stolen Bases

5 ........ 200 ....................................Kenny Socorro (2008-11)

1. ........ 211 ..........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

1 ......... 73 ....................................... Adam Yeager (2008-09)

6. ....... 187 ......................................Eric Pinkerton (1998-00)

2. ....... 139.....................................Dave McAnallen (1988-91)

2 ........ 60 .......................................Chris Monaco (2004-06)

7. ....... 175 ................................................ Greg Hill (1980-83)

......... 134 ................................................ Greg Hill (1980-83)

3 ........ 59 ......................................Aaron Williams (1996-99)

8. ....... 174 ..............................................Mike Hagy (1993-96)

4 ........ 121 ...............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

4. ....... 56 ....................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

9 ........ 172 .....................................Aaron Williams (1996-99)

......... 121 ...................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

5. ....... 41 ..........................................Jim Reynolds (1993-96)

10....... 168................................ Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

......... 121 ........................................Jason Brooks (2000-01)

6 ........ 37 ..............................................Nate Lape (2007-09)

7 ........ 119 ..............................................Nate Lape (2007-09)

7 ........ 32 ...................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

3. ....... 220.............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

Runs Scored

8. ....... 116 ...........................................Jason Nixon (1986-89)

......... 32 ............................... Mike Koitsopoulos (2002-04)

1. ........ 176 ...................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

9. ....... 113 ................................. Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

9 ........ 30 ................................................. Greg Hill (1980-83)

2 ........ 152 ..................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

10....... 112 ..................................Homer Renshaw (2000-02)

......... 30 ........................................... Isaac Ballou (2010-11)*

3. ....... 150................................ Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90) 4. ....... 144 .........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

Total Bases

5. ....... 131 ...............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

1. ........ 510.........................................Victor Gomez (2008-11)

......... 131 ......................................Aaron Williams (1996-99)

2. ....... 346.................................Adam Frederick (2003-06)

7 ........ 123 .....................Brandon Casamassima (2007-09)

3 ........ 316......................................Eric Pinkerton (1998-00)

8 ........ 121 ..........................................Dan Culicerto (1981-84)

4. ....... 308 .................................David Colangelo (1999-02)

9 ........ 119 ..............................................Nate Lape (2007-09)

......... 308 .............................. Dave Piepenbrink (1987-90)

10....... 112 ..............................................Todd Sager (1981-84)

6 ........ 302 ...........................................Nate Lape (2007-09) 7. ....... 292.............................................Josh Valle (2007-10)

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MARSHALL BASEBALL CAREER RECORDS: PITCHING Games Started

Saves

1. ........ 53 ..................................Chris Koutsavlis (2003-06)

1.

20 .....................................................Austin Coan (2009-10)

2 ........ 45 .........................................Grant Harper (2001-04)

2.

13 ................................................Chris Meadows (2001-04)

......... 45 ...............................................J.R. Watts (1995-98)

3.

9 ....................................................... Tim Fanning (1994-95)

4........ 39..................................................................Matt Spade (1992-94)

4.

8 ...........................................................Arik Sikula (2008-11)

5. ....... 37 .........................................Chris Grimes (1996-99)

5

7 .....................................................Nick Wolle (2006-2007)

7.

6 ..................................................Ronald Thomas (1990-91)

7 ...................................................Tony Peterson (1988-89)

6. ....... 35 .......................................... Steve Fowler (1998-01) 7 ........ 34 .......................................Jeremy Slone (2005-07)

6 ..................................................... Sean Reeder (1997-00)

......... 34 ........................................... Mike Mason (2009-11)* 9. ....... 33 ..........................................Sean Reeder (1997-00)

9.

5 ................................................. Steve Diamond (1992-95) 5 ........................................................... Ian Kadish (2008-11)

......... 33 .............................................Rick Suter (2000-03)

Appearances

Strikeouts

1. ........ 95 ..................................... Chris Meadows (2001-04)

1.

276 ...................................................... J.R. Watts (1995-98)

2. ....... 91 ............................................Tyler Gatrell (2007-10)

2.

271 .................................................. Sean Reeder (1997-00)

3 ........ 83 ................................................Ian Kadish (2008-11)

3.

230 ....................................................Matt Spade (1992-94)

4 ........ 82 ........................................Andrew Blain (2005-09)

4

201 ........................................................Arik Sikula (2008-11)

5 ........ 78 .................................................Ryan Kiel (2007-10)

5

197 .......................................... Chris Koutsavlis (2003-06)

6. ....... 77................................................ Arik Sikula (2008-11)

6.

196................................................ Albie DeYoung (1975-78)

7. ....... 75 ..........................................Sean Reeder (1997-00)

7.

194 ................................................. Grant Harper (2001-04)

8 ........ 70 .................................Andrew Hancock (2005-08)

8.

185................................................. Chris Grimes (1996-98)

9 ........ 65 ...............................................J.R. Watts (1995-98)

9.

184 ...................................................Steve Fowler (1998-01)

......... 65 ................................................Kyle Blank (2009-11)

10.

172 ................................................ Mark Doboney (1973-76)

Innings Pitched 1 ......... 322.1..............................Chris Koutsavlis (2003-06) 2 ........ 299.2 .........................................J.R. Watts (1995-98) 3. ....... 299.1 ....................................Grant Harper (2001-04) 4. ....... 265.0 ....................................Sean Reeder (1997-00)

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5. ....... 245.2 .......................................Matt Spade (1992-94) 6. ....... 229.0 ..................................Albie DeYoung (1975-78) 7 ........ 222.0 ......................................... Arik Sikula (2008-11) 8. ....... 219.2 ...................................... Greg Kappas (1974-77) 9 ........ 216.1....................................Jeremy Slone (2005-07) 10....... 216.0 ..................................... Steve Fowler (1998-01)

Earned Run Average 1. ........ 1.67 ....................................... Mike Peppers (1970-73) 2. ....... 2.26.........................................Gary Nelson (1980-81) 3. ....... 2.41 ..........................................Tim Fanning (1994-95) 4. ....... 2.63.......................................... Paul Holley (1967-69) 5. ....... 2.67 .....................................Albie DeYoung (1975-78) 6 ........ 2.70 ....................................Kenny Socorro (2008-11) 7. ....... 2.82...................................Hugh Reynolds (1958-60) 2.82................................... Tony Peterson (1988-89) 9. ....... 2.87 .........................................Rodney May (1967-69) 10....... 2.95..................................... Mark Doboney (1973-77)

Games Won 1. ........ 19 ..........................................Grant Harper (2001-04) ......... 19 .........................................Albie DeYoung (1975-78) 3 ........ 18 ...................................Chris Koutsavlis (2003-06) 4. ....... 17............................................Sean Reeder (1997-00) 5. ....... 16 ....................................Jeff Montgomery (1981-83) 6. ....... 15 ......................................... Mark Doboney (1973-77) 7. ....... 14 ............................................Carl Hewlett (1968-70) ......... 14 ..............................................Rodney May (1969-71) ......... 14 ........................................ Mike Sedberry (1975-78) ......... 14 ................................................J.R. Watts (1995-98)

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