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2011 Quick Facts University Information Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Home Field Affiliation Conference President Athletics Director Administrative Assistant Athletic Dept. Phone Twitter Facebook

Media Outlets Mobile, AL 1961 1,734 Rams and Lady Rams Maroon & White UMobile Baseball Field NAIA Southern States Athletic Dr. Mark Foley Joe Niland Sally Shouppe 251-442-2278 MobileRams University of Mobile Rams

Coaching Staff Head Coach Office Phone Years At UM Record At UM Overall Record Assistant Coach Office Phone Years At UM

Mike Jacobs 251-442-2228 22nd 687-438-2 687-438-2 Jon Seymour 251-442-2306 7th

Athletic Training Staff Athletic Trainer Office Phone Assistant Athletic Trainer Office Phone

Melissa Thomas 251-442-2561 Courtney Jones 251-442-2361

Team History First Year Of Baseball All-Time Record NAIA World Series Apperances/Last

1990 687-438-2 1/2001

Mobile Press-Register Call News

Randy Kennedy 251-219-5669 Barry H. Hendrix 251-866-5998

Tri-City Review

Rick Cauley 251-679-5975

WKRG CBS-5 Sports

Randy Patrick 251-662-3003

WPMI NBC-15 Sports

WALA Fox 10 Sports

WNSP 105.5 FM Sports

Lance Crawford Clement Townsend 251-602-1557 Rob Lehocky Joe Emer 251-434-1065 Lee Shirvanian 251-438-5460

Team Information 2010 Overall Record Conference Record Final Ranking Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

20-34 13-21 NR 10/11 5/4

Key Returners Justin Beck 2B Hunter Norris 1B John Ladnier P Chris Peacock P Cody Barber OF

.366 BA, 35 R .307 BA, 12 XBH 61.2 IP, 4 W, 3 SV 88.1 IP, 6 W, 64 K 12 XBH, 27 RBI

Key Losses Brad Sheffield 1B Travis Williamson OF/C

.318 BA, 37 R 9 HR, 37 RBI

Credits Photos by Elizabeth Looney and Michael Chang

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UMobile Administration Dr. Mark Foley has served as president of the University of Mobile since 1998 and is the third president of the university since its founding in 1961. During more than a decade of leadership, Dr. Foley has led the move to intentionally integrate faith and learning in all areas of university life, while raising academic standards, building new residence halls, establishing outstanding programs such as the Center for Performing Arts, and earning the private Christian university national rankings. His emphasis on the core values of faith, learning and leadership has extended to all operations of the university, from the classroom to the administrative offices. With these core values in place, the university is committed to graduating confident Christian men and women who have mastered the body of knowledge required by the degree they hold; who know how to think; who know what they believe and why they believe it; who possess the courage to live and work according to those beliefs; who accept responsibility as caretakers of that with which God has entrusted them; and who possess the willingness and skill to use their influence in appropriate and effective ways to change the world around them. Dr. Foley is a member of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, a past chairman of the Alabama Association of Independent Colleges and Schools, and a member of the Board of Directors of Victory Health Partners and Volunteers of America, Southeast, Inc. Previously, Dr. Foley was executive vice president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a bachelor of business administration from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas; and a master of divinity and a doctor of philosophy in psychology and counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister, a former business owner, and has practiced as a professional counselor. His wife, Marilyn, is involved in many university activities. She holds a bachelor of science in education from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a former classroom educator. The Foleys have two children and two granddaughters. Their daughter, Molly, is married to Doug Sawyer, an accountant in Georgia, and they have two daughters, Avery and Abby. Their son, Rob, and his wife, Leah, reside in Colorado where he works with Christian ministries in the National Parks system.

Vice Presidents

Dr. Audrey Eubanks Vice President Academic Affairs

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Mr. Steve Lee Vice President Business Affairs

Mrs. Kim Leousis Vice President Enrollment Management

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Mr. Brian Boyle Vice President Institutional Advancement


Athletics Staff

Michael Berry Women’s Basketball

Cindy Bruns Cheerleading

Amber Campbell Volleyball

Jon Campbell Volleyball

Ebonie Ferguson Women’s Basketball

Peter Fuller Men’s Soccer

Matthew Hicks Sports Information

Terry Hopper Women’s Golf

Mike Jacobs Baseball

Shaddrick Jenkins Men’s Basketball

Courtney Jones Athletic Training

Kevin Laux Women’s Soccer

Terri McCormick Softball

Joe Niland Men’s Basketball

Colby Odom Golf

Brian Person Women’s Soccer

Beth Pilgrim Softball

Jon Seymour Baseball

Sally Shouppe Administrative Assistant

Alastair Stevenson Cross Country

Melissa Thomas Athletic Training

Uwe Tittl Tennis

Michael Watkins Baseball

Daniel Whelan Men’s Soccer

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UMobile Coaches In 21 seasons serving as the head coach at the University of Mobile, Mike Jacobs has led the Rams to 687 wins and just 438 losses. In the past 12 years, more than 25 Rams have signed professional contracts, including current Major League baseball players J.C. Romero and Saul Rivera. The leadership that produced over 25 professional players also led the Rams to the 2001 NAIA World Series in Lewiston, ID and a 43-win season in 2008. Jacobs helped begin the University of Mobile baseball program in 1990, after coming to Mobile from UMS-Wright Preparatory School, where he spent two years as an assistant coach and the last four as the head coach. As the head coach of the Bulldogs, Jacobs led them to a second-place finish in the State 3A classification in 1987 and a state title in 1988. He was inducted into the UMS-Wright Hall of Fame this fall. In 1981, Jacobs coached the Evangel Christian School squad to a second-place finish in the Alabama Christian Athletic Conference. He began his coaching career at Central Baptist School, where his team won a district title in the Alabama Private School Association. As a college player, Jacobs had an outstanding career at the University of South Alabama under Eddie Stankey. He was a four-year letterman at USA and was the Jaguars’ leading hitter in 1976. Jacobs and his wife, Joy, are members of People of Mars Hill, where he serves as an elder. Mrs. Jacobs is a registered nurse, a graduate of the University of Mobile, and works for Surgicare of Mobile. Jacobs has been a featured speaker at several Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ functions.

Jacobs At Mobile 1990 24-21 1991 25-23 1992 20-25 1993 31-20 1994 39-11-2 1995 39-13 1996 36-15 1997 38-12 1998 37-15 1999 38-15 2000 41-18 2001 40-20 2002 29-28 2003 35-22 2004 23-26 2005 39-25 2006 29-24 2007 27-32 2008 43-16 2009 34-23 2010 20-34 Totals: 687-438-2

Jacobs’ Milestones -1994GCAC Champs -1998GCAC Champs GCAC Coach of Year -1999GCAC Champs -2001GCAC Champs, Region 13 Champs, NAIA World Series -2008GCAC Champs

The Jacobs have two sons, Josh and Jeff. Josh, a pharmacist, and his wife, Kara, a classroom educator, reside in Birmingham with daughter Emma Kate. Both are UMobile alumni. Jeff and his wife, Amy, reside in Mobile where he works for Day Trading Institute. Amy is a physician’s assistant. They are also UMobile alumni.

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UMobile Coaches Jon Seymour begins his seventh season with the University of Mobile baseball staff. In addition to working with the University of Mobile baseball pitching staff, Seymour is in charge of recruiting and maintenance of the baseball field. Before coming to Mobile, Seymour worked as an assistant pitching coach for Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., for three seasons. Prior to his stint at Shenandoah University, Seymour was an assistant pitching coach with a summer league team, the Santa Clara Dodgers, that advanced to the Palomino World Series two years in a row. At the same time, Seymour spent three seasons from 1996-99 working with NCAA Division I perennial power Stanford University as an assistant groundskeeper while also helping out with the Stanford baseball practices and summer camps. Seymour received his AA Degree from Mission College in Santa Clara, CA, after playing two years on the Mission College baseball team in 1995 and 1996. He was an All-Conference pitcher in 1996 in the California Junior College Coast Conference after going 10-0 with a 1.68 ERA. Seymour is working on his B.A. degree in exercise science. Seymour was born on Feb. 14, 1975 and is a native of Santa Clara, CA. He is a 1993 graduate of Santa Clara High School where he played baseball.

Mike Watkins, a steady fixture in the UMobile athletic department for several years, will begin his seventh season as a volunteer assistant coach. Watkins has served as the Director of Intramurals as well as Assistant Athletic Director at UMobile for seven years and the university’s strength coach for the past nine seasons. Watkins also spent two seasons in 1996-98 as the head coach of the women’s golf team. Before coming to UMobile, Watkins served as head baseball coach at Bishop State Community College from 1993-95. Watkins got his start in baseball as the head coach at Alba High School from 1985-88. Double majoring at the University of West Alabama, Watkins completed both his B.S. in history and B.S. in physical education in 1984 and received his master’s degree in human performance from the University of Mobile in 1991. Watkins also received his Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification from the National Strength Coaches Association in 1993.

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Rams In The Pros J.C. Romero: World Series Winner Romero, who re-upped with the Philadelphia Phillies on a 1-year contract for 2011, helped lead the team to the 2008 World Series Championship. In 8 playoff games, he fanned 7 and allowed only 2 hits. During the World Series, he picked up 2 victories in relief. Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 21st round of the 1997 MLB Amateur Draft, the lefty has thrown 624.2 innings in the bigs with the Twins, Angels, Red Sox and Phillies. Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tm MIN MIN MIN MIN LAA BOS PHI PHI PHI PHI 12 Seasons

Lg AL AL AL AL AL AL NL NL NL NL

W 9 2 7 4 1 1 1 4 0 1 33

L 2 0 4 3 2 0 2 4 0 0 28

ERA 1.89 5.00 3.51 3.47 6.70 3.15 1.24 2.75 2.70 3.68 4.08

G 81 73 74 68 65 23 51 81 21 60 628

GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22

GF 15 17 12 11 16 5 5 14 5 14 118

SV 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 7

IP 81.0 63.0 74.1 57.0 48.1 20.0 36.1 59.0 16.2 36.2 624.2

H 62 66 61 50 57 24 15 41 13 30 575

R 17 37 32 26 40 7 5 18 6 17 308

ER 17 35 29 22 36 7 5 18 5 15 283

HR 3 7 4 6 3 2 1 5 2 3 54

BB 36 42 38 39 28 15 25 38 13 29 357

SO 76 50 69 48 31 11 31 52 12 28 501

BF 332 295 319 264 226 94 143 255 73 171 2765

WHIP 1.210 1.714 1.332 1.561 1.759 1.950 1.101 1.339 1.560 1.609 1.492

H/9 6.9 9.4 7.4 7.9 10.6 10.8 3.7 6.3 7.0 7.4 8.3

HR/9 0.3 1.0 0.5 0.9 0.6 0.9 0.2 0.8 1.1 0.7 0.8

BB/9 4.0 6.0 4.6 6.2 5.2 6.8 6.2 5.8 7.0 7.1 5.1

K/9 8.4 7.1 8.4 7.6 5.8 5.0 7.7 7.9 6.5 6.9 7.2

K/BB 2.11 1.19 1.82 1.23 1.11 0.73 1.24 1.37 0.92 0.97 1.40

Joe Espada: Florida Marlins 3rd Base/Infield Coach 2011 was Espada’s first season with the Florida Marlins as the team’s 3rd Base/Infield Coach after previously serving as the organization’s minor league infield coordinator. Drafted in the 2nd round of the MLB Amateur Draft in 1996, he reached the Triple-A level several times as a player. He was a Texas League All-Star in 1999 and a Central League All-Star in 2004 and 2005. At Mobile, he holds the record for highest single-season average and was a 1st-Team All-American.

Year 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005

Tm 3 Teams Palm Beach Frisco Memphis 2 Teams Pensacola Montgomery Pensacola 10 Seasons

Lev A+-AA-AAA A+ AA AAA Ind-AA Ind AA Ind

Aff TEX,STL STL TEX STL TBD

G 68 47 13 8 98 71 27 64 779

TBD

AB 245 178 41 26 369 271 98 246 2838

R 24 17 4 3 61 53 8 52 484

H 58 42 9 7 117 91 26 82 811

2B 7 7 0 0 5 4 1 15 108

3B 2 0 0 2 3 2 1 0 13

HR 1 0 0 1 4 4 0 4 24

RBI 11 9 1 1 52 47 5 31 287

SB 10 10 0 0 20 18 2 24 172

CS 4 4 0 0 8 5 3 4 73

BB 23 20 3 0 29 22 7 26 362

SO 25 13 7 5 39 25 14 25 365

BA .237 .236 .220 .269 .317 .336 .265 .333 .286

OBP .305 .317 .273 .269 .369 .382 .333 .400 .371

SLG .294 .275 .220 .538 .379 .410 .296 .443 .358

OPS .599 .592 .492 .808 .748 .791 .629 .843 .730

TB 72 49 9 14 140 111 29 109 1017

Saul Rivera: MLB Reliever Rivera made his big league debut on May 25, 2006 after being drafted by the Twins in the 9th round of the 1998 MLB Amateur Draft. During the 2007-08 seasons with the Washington Nationals, he logged 177 innings as a reliever and posted an ERA under 4. He spent 2010 with the Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations and was recently signed by the Indians and assigned to the club’s Triple-A team in Columbus.

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Tm WSN WSN WSN WSN ARI 5 Seasons

Lg NL NL NL NL NL

W 3 4 5 1 0 13

L 0 6 6 3 0 15

ERA 3.43 3.68 3.96 6.10 22.09 4.29

G 54 85 76 30 4 249

GF 16 17 14 9 1 57

SV 1 3 0 0 0 4

IP 60.1 93.0 84.0 38.1 3.2 279.1

H 59 88 90 48 11 296

R 28 39 41 28 9 145

ER 23 38 37 26 9 133

HR 4 1 3 7 2 17

BB 32 42 35 14 3 126

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SO 41 64 65 21 1 192

BF 277 398 371 176 25 1247

WHIP 1.508 1.398 1.488 1.617 3.818 1.511

H/9 8.8 8.5 9.6 11.3 27.0 9.5

HR/9 0.6 0.1 0.3 1.6 4.9 0.5

BB/9 4.8 4.1 3.8 3.3 7.4 4.1

K/9 6.1 6.2 7.0 4.9 2.5 6.2

K/BB 1.28 1.52 1.86 1.50 0.33 1.52


Rams In The Pros

Bubba Dobson

Bert Bellcase

Alan Cook

Carnell Parker

Carlos Romero

Ky Faciane

Darrell Gaston

Chris Howard

Jay King

Jackie Blanchard

Josh Kendrick

John Price

Jason Ragan

Keegan Laycock

Nelson Curry

Carlos Pagan

Raul Nieves

Still Active Player JC Romero Saul Rivera Kyle McPherson Nelson Curry

Team (Drafted) Philadelphia Phillies (21st) Columbus Clippers (9th) Bradenton Marauders (14th) Great Falls Voyagers

League MLB MLB MLB MLB

Currently Out Of Baseball

Currently Out Of Baseball

Player

Last Stop (Drafted)

League

Player

Last Stop (Drafted)

League

Carlos Romero Jason Ragan Keegan Laycock Joe Espada Carnell Parker John Price Josh Kendrick Bubba Dobson Raul Nieves Daniel Williford Jay King Darrell Gaston

Evansville Otters Columbus Catfish Florence Freedom Pensacola Pelicans (2nd) Amarillo (37th) Hudson Valley (43rd) Hudson Valley (44th) Pensacola Pelicans Pawtucket (23rd) High Desert (28th) Wilmington Milwaukee Org. (29th)

Frontier MLB Frontier C.B.L UNLB MLB MLB C.B.L MLB MLB MLB MLB

Kendall Hill Brad Frazier Ky Faciane Carlos Pagan Mike Harrell Lance Davis Alan Cook Morgan Spraggins Chris Howard Bert Bellcase Kory Melancon Jackie Blanchard

Amarillo (15th) Quad City (20th) Moose Jaw Club Sioux Falls (20th) Portsmouth Explorers Abilene Prairie Dogs Ogden Raptors Louisiana Aces Bend Rockies (24th) Zanesville Greys Montgomery Wings Montgomery Wings

Texas-LA MLB Prairie MLB Frontier Texas-LA Pioneer Texas-LA MLB Frontier AAA AAA

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2011 Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 20 22 25 26 27 28 30 34 RS RS

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Name Cameron White Ben Negus Brady King Josh Blaylock John Irwin Ryan Waltman Derek Bourgeois John Ladnier Jeff Lyons Keith Granger Jeremy Williams Corey Fountain Chris Peacock Ryne Phillips Hunter Norris Michael King Travis Bowen Cody Barber Sam Mahoney Justin Beck Blake Hanson Jacob Knowles Drew Esslinger Walt Bedsole Michael Clay Blake Matthews

Pos. P/INF INF INF OF/P RHP C INF RHP RHP INF OF LHP RHP OF INF RHP C OF C INF RHP P/INF LHP OF LHP RHP

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

Ht. 6’0 5’8 5’8 6’0 5’10 5’10 5’8 6’1 5’11 6’5 6’2 6’0 6’4 6’3 6’4 6’3 5’11 6’1 6’5 5’10 6’3 6’1 6’1 6’0 6’3 6’3

Wt. 175 160 160 155 145 190 170 165 190 225 220 185 220 190 205 180 195 185 235 155 205 205 205 195 175 190

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Yr. JR SR SO JR SO JR JR SR SR FR JR SO SR JR SR JR FR SR SR SO JR FR JR FR RS RS

Hometown Citronelle, AL Mobile, AL Covington, LA Satsuma, AL Long Beach, MS Semmes, AL Brusly, LA Grand Bay, AL Mobile, AL Dothan, AL Bellwood, AL Mobile, AL Daphne, AL Salem, AL Monroeville, AL Auburn, AL Mobile, AL Daphne, AL Columbia, SC Semmes, AL Mobile, AL Mobile, AL Carriere, MS Thomasville, AL Smiths, AL Mobile, AL


2011 Senior Profiles

#22 Cody Barber OF • R/R • 6’1 • 185 • Senior • Daphne, AL Personal: Son of Terrie and Michael Barber... Enjoys golf... Minor is chemistry Previous College: Played at Faulkner State Community College... Hit .358 with 56 runs scored, 14 doubles, 7 homers and 46 RBI in 2009 High School: Daphne... Played baseball under Coach Joe Hutchins Mobile: 12 multi-hit games... Two 3-hit games... Season-high 4 RBI v. Stillman Feb. 10... Six-game hitting streak Mar. 26-Apr. 2... Went 2-5 with 2 RBI in the last game of the season versus Belhaven Other: Favorite athlete is Robinson Cano... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak... Favorite TV show is “Entourage”... Can’t live without his Ipod

Year Team 2010 MOB

G 51

AB 156

R 35

H 46

2B 7

3B 2

HR 3

RBI 27

TB 66

BB 22

SO 22

SB 6

CS 1

SLG AVG .423 .295

#8 John Ladnier P • R/R • 6’1 • 165 • Senior • Grand Bay, AL Personal: Son of Teresa and John Ladnier... Enjoys hunting and fishing Previous College: Attended Faulkner State CC... Went 6-2 with 5 saves and a 2.70 ERA... Limited opponents to a .224 average in 50 innings High School: Faith Academy... Played baseball under Coach Lloyd Skoda Mobile: Led the team with 32 appearances and 3rd with 61.2 innings... 4-4 record with 3 saves... 52 K’s and only 15 BB... 3.86 ERA with 3-2 record in 37.1 innings during conference play... Allowed no earned runs through first five appearances to start the season... No walks in 7 of first 9 outings... Elected 2011 Team Captain Other: Favorite athlete is Dale Earnhardt... Greatest athletic achievement was making it to Junior College State Finals... Favorite homecooked meal is deer meat... Favorite TV show is “Las Vegas” Year Team 2010 MOB

G 32

GS 1

CG 0

SHO 0

W 4

L 4

IP 61.2

R 44

ER 35

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SV 3

ERA 5.11

AB 297

H 92

2B 12

3B 6

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2011 Senior Profiles

#9 Jeff Lyons P • R/R • 5’11 • 190 • Senior • Mobile, AL Personal: Son of Debbie and Mark Lyons... Enjoys fishing Previous College: Attended Faulkner State CC... Fanned 47 batters in 62.2 innings... 3 wins and 3 saves... 4.02 ERA High School: McGill-Toolen... Played football under Coach Steve Savarese... Played baseball under David Weems Mobile: Logged 37 innings over 25 appearances in 2010... Struck out 33 and allowed only 1 homer... Struck out 22 in 19.2 innings during conference play... In four appearances spanning Mar. 23 - Apr. 2, he struck out 5, walked 0 and allowed 0 earned runs Other: Favorite athlete is Billy Wagner... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak... Favorite TV show is “Sports Science”... Can’t live without steak Year Team 2010 MOB

G 25

GS 1

CG 0

SHO 0

W 0

L 3

IP 37

R 39

ER 31

SV 2

ERA 7.54

AB 180

H 57

2B 9

3B 1

#25 Sam Mahoney C • L/R • 6’5 • 235 • Senior • Columbia, SC Personal: Son of Paula and Bill Mahoney... Native of Columbia, SC... Sociology major Previous College: Played at South Carolina, Northwest Florida State College and Ohio University... Hit .319 with 30 RBI and 6 homers in 2009 at Northwest Florida State College... Saw action in 2 games as a redshirt freshman at South Carolina in 2008 High School: Wando... 2006 Puma Preseason All-American... All-Conference in football and baseball... Won District Championship in baseball as a senior Other: Favorite athlete is Tom Brady... Favorite home-cooked meal is beef tenderloin... Always has something to drink in his fridge... Can’t live without his family

Year Team 2010 Ohio

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G 17

AB 33

R 3

H 6

2B 0

3B 0

HR 2

RBI 5

TB 12

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BB 4

SO 6

SB 0

CS 0

SLG AVG .364 .182


2011 Senior Profiles

#2 Ben Negus INF • R/R • 5’8 • 160 • Senior • Mobile, AL Personal: Son of Kandy and Ed Negus... Enjoys hunting and fishing Previous College: Attended Jefferson Davis... 13-of-14 in stolen bases... Hit .302 with 34 runs scored High School: Cottage Hill Christian Academy... Played baseball under Coach Chris Brazell... Played basketball under Coach Chad Applin... Played football under Coach Rusty Mason... Basketball Offensive MVP as senior... Baseball Gold Glove as junior and MVP as senior Mobile: Hit .259 in 58 at-bats in 2010... Scored 16 runs and drove in 10 runs... Only 6 K’s... 3-5 with 3 RBI Apr. 17 v. Spring Hill... Combined 4-7 with 2 RBI in doubleheader v. Stillman Other: Favorite athlete is Chipper Jones... Greatest athletic achievement was recording 28 tackles in one game as a senior

Year Team 2010 MOB

G 31

AB 58

R 16

H 15

2B 2

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 10

TB 17

BB 4

SO 6

SB 5

CS 1

SLG AVG .293 .259

#15 Hunter Norris INF • L/R • 6’4 • 205 • Senior • Monroeville, AL Personal: Son of Cindy and Kevin Norris... Enjoys duck hunting, fishing and anything to do with sports Previous College: Attended Jefferson Davis... Hit .326 with a .407 OBP... 1-1 record with 1 save in 11 appearances on the mound High School: Excel... Played baseball under Coach Bobby Carpenter... Played basketball under Coach Andy Lambert... Homerun and RBI leader Mobile: Started 50 of 52 games... Hit. 307 with 12 extra-base hits and 23 RBI... 25 runs scored... 19 multi-hit games... Ended season on a five-game hitting streak (8-18 in the stretch)... 4-4 Mar. 9 v. Lyon College... Went 1333 with six multi-hit games in eight-game stretch Apr. 3-17... Elected 2011 Team Captain Other: Favorite athlete is Chris Paul... Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken parmesan... Favorite TV show is “That ‘70s Show” Year Team 2010 MOB

G 52

AB 179

R 25

H 55

2B 10

3B 1

HR 1

RBI 23

TB 70

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BB 12

SO 38

SB 6

CS 2

SLG AVG .391 .307

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2011 Senior Profiles

#13 Chris Peacock P • R/R • 6’4 • 220 • Senior • Daphne, AL Personal: Son of Karen and Scott Peacock... Enjoys fishing Previous College: Attended Faulkner State CC... Limited batters to a .213 average in 40.2 innings... 3-3 record in 13 appearances High School: Daphne... Played baseball under Coach Joe Hutchins Mobile: Team-leading 88.1 innings pitched in 15 starts... 4 complete games... 6-6 record... 64 K’s... Won last four conference decisions with 31 innings pitched in those games... Struck out 10 Badgers on Mar. 12... Went 6+ innings nine times Other: Played for Bama Bombers and Raw Dogs... Favorite athlete is Nolan Ryan... Greatest athletic achievement was being named All-State as a senior... Favorite home-cooked meal is lasagna... Favorite TV show is “Family Guy”

Year Team 2010 MOB

G 15

GS 15

CG 4

SHO 0

W 6

L 6

IP 88.1

R 75

ER 55

SV 0

ERA 5.60

AB 424

H 119

In Everything You Do, Put God First, and He Will Direct You and Crown Your Efforts With Success. Proverbs 3:6 Best Wishes Rams- Have A Great Year!! Kevin and Cindy Norris

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2B 23

3B 3


2011 Player Profiles

Walt

Justin

#34 Bedsole

#26 Beck

Hometown: Thomasville, AL Position: OF Height: 6-0 Class: Freshman

Hometown: Semmes, AL Position: INF Height: 5-10 Class: Sophomore Personal: Son of Deanna and George Beck... Business Management major

Personal: Son of Tammy and Michael Bedsole... History/Education major... Computer Science minor...Enjoys baseball and fishing

High School: Mary G. Montgomery... Played baseball under Coach Terry Dixon and Josh Touchstone... Participated in AL East-West All-Star Game... All-Region 2nd-Team... 6A State Semifinals

High School: Thomasville High School... Played baseball under Coach Clint Anderson

Mobile: Produced 70 hits as a true freshman in 2010... 23 multi-hit games... Finished season on a 9-game hitting streak... Six multi-hit games in that stretch... 13-game hitting streak Mar. 17 - Apr. 2... Reached base safely in 27 of 33 conference games

Other: Favorite athlete is Adam Wainwright... Favorite homecooked meal is steak, mashed potatoes and green beans... Favorite TV show is “Blue Mountain State”

Other: Favorite athlete is Jose Reyes... Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken and dumplings

Josh

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Derek

#7

Blaylock

Hometown: Brusly, LA Position: INF Height: 5-8 Class: Junior

Hometown: Satsuma, AL Position: OF/P Height: 6-0 Class: Junior Personal: Son of Brenda and Mike Blaylock... History major... Enjoys fishing, hunting, golf and his PS3 High School: Satsuma... Played baseball under Coach Mike Szymanski and football under Coach Jeff Kelly... MVP in 2005 and 2007... Team Captain 2007 Previous College: Bishop State CC... Top 10 Hitters list 2008 Other: Favorite athlete is Jackie Robinson... Greatest athletic achievement was winning MVP in 2007... Favorite home-cooked meal is hamburger steak and gravy with mashed potatoes... Favorite TV show is “River Monsters”... Always has Powerade in the fridge... Can’t live without God

Bourgeois

Personal: Son of Merlyn and Billy Bourgeois High School: Brusly... Played baseball under Trevor Dupont... Played football under Teddy Mooney... Power lifting team... 1stTeam All-District pitcher Mobile: Been with the Rams since 2008... Missed 2009 due to injury... Career .271 batting average with 21 runs, 20 RBI and 6 doubles... Logged 14 innings on the mound in 2008 with 6 K’s... .920 fielding percentage last season... Went 4-5 with 3 RBI Mar. 26 v. Tougaloo... 10 multi-hit games Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is boiled crawfish

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2011 Player Profiles

Drew

Travis

#30 Esslinger

#20 Bowen

Hometown: Carriere, MS Position: P Height: 6-1 Class: Junior

Hometown: Mobile, AL Position: C Height: 5-11 Class: Freshman Personal: Son of Linda and C.A. Bowen... Enjoys fishing, hunting and hanging with friends

Personal: Son of Amy and Walt Esslinger... Native of Carriere, MS... Biology Education major

High School: Cottage Hill Christian Academy... Played baseball under Coach Chris Brazell... Played football under Coach Rusty Mason... Warrior Award... .330 career batting average

High School: Hancock... Played baseball under Coach Anthony DeWitt and football under Coach Walt Esslinger... South Mississippi All-Star Classic

Other: Favorite athlete is Ivan Rodriguez... Favorite home-cooked meal is baked chicken with corn and macaroni and cheese... Favorite TV show is “King of the Hill”... Can’t live without God and his family

Previous College: East Mississippi CC... 3.38 ERA Other: Favorite athlete is Cliff Lee... Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken and dumplings... Favorite TV show is “The Office”... Always has milk in his fridge... Can’t live without “my internal organs”

Keith

Corey

#12 Fountain

#10 Granger Hometown: Dothan, AL Position: INF Height: 6-5 Class: Freshman

Hometown: Mobile, AL Position: P Height: 6-0 Class: Sophomore Personal: Son of Lyn Booth and James Fountain... Accounting major

Personal: Son of Terri and Keith Granger... Political Science major... Biology minor... Enjoys video games, golf and reading

High School: St. Paul’s Episcopal... Played baseball under Coach Andy Robbins and Shane Sullivan... Played football under Coach Eddie Guth... 8-2 with 1.89 ERA as a senior... Set State record when he was hit by pitch 26 times

High School: Providence Christian School... Played baseball under Coach Frankie Pittman... Played basketball under Coach Chris Fain... Dothan Eagle Super 12... AHSAA All-State Honorable Mention

Mobile: Played for 2009 Mobile team... 3-3 record in 50 innings spanning 19 outings... 1 complete game in 5 starts

Other: Favorite athlete is Chipper Jones... Favorite home-cooked meal is shrimp and gator... Favorite TV show is “South Park”... Always has Mountain Dew in the fridge... Can’t live without his XBOX 360

Other: Favorite athlete is Muhammad Ali... Favorite home-cooked meal is hamburger steak, potatoes and green beans

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2011 Player Profiles

John

Blake

#5

#27 Hanson

Hometown: Long Beach, MS Position: P Height: 5-10 Class: Sophomore

Hometown: Mobile, AL Position: P Height: 6-3 Class: Junior Personal: Son of Lisa Brooks and Joseph Hanson... Business Management major

Irwin

Personal: Son of Kim and John Irwin... Business Finance major

High School: Alma Bryant... Played baseball under Coach David Sprinkle... MVP 2008... 5 homeruns

High School: St. Stanislaus... Played baseball under Coach Mark Logan... Region 8-4A 1st-Team All-District... Pitcher’s Award... Coach’s Award

Previous College: Lurleen B. Wallace... 2010 All-Regional Tournament... 12-0 on the mound

Previous College: East Mississippi CC... Struck out 8 in 8 innings last season

Other: Favorite athlete is Chipper Jones... Greatest athletic achievement was hitting 3 homers in one day... Favorite home-cooked meal is fried chicken, mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese... Favorite TV show is “The TOcho Show”... Always has milk in his fridge... Can’t live without God

Other: Favorite athlete is Greg Maddux... Favorite TV show is “Two and a Half Men”

Michael

Brady

#3

#19 King

King

Hometown: Auburn, AL Position: P Height: 6-3 Class: Junior

Hometown: Covington, LA Position: INF Height: 5-8 Class: Sophomore Personal: Son of Denise and Bobby King... Enjoys hunting, fishing and going to church

Personal: Son of Sandra and Kenneth King... HPES major... Enjoys golf and Auburn football

High School: Covington... Played baseball under Coach Jeff Dragg... 2nd-Team All-District

High School: Auburn... Played baseball under Coach Matt Cimo and football under Coach Tim Carter... 8-3 with 56 K’s and a 2.72 ERA as a senior in 52.1 IP

Mobile: Picked up 42 at-bats and logged 7 innings as a true freshman in 2010... Struck out 3 and allowed 0 homers on the mound... Scored 20 runs... 2-3 with 2 runs and 1 RBI Apr. 16 v. Spring Hill Other: Favorite athlete is Albert Pujols... Favorite home-cooked meal is fried pork chops, rice and gravy and mashed potatoes... Favorite TV show is “Baseball Tonight”... Can’t live without some good sweet tea

Previous College: Jefferson Davis CC... 2.65 ERA with 56 K’s and a .226 opponent’s BA Other: Favorite athlete is Ted Williams... Favorite home-cooked meal is hamburger and rice... Always has Powerade in the fridge

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2011 Player Profiles

Ryne

Jacob

#14 Phillips

#28 Knowles

Hometown: Salem, AL Position: OF Height: 6-3 Class: Junior

Hometown: Mobile, AL Position: P/INF Height: 6-1 Class: Freshman Personal: Son of Teresa and Edwin Knowles... Biology Pre-Med major... Enjoys hunting and fishing

Personal: Son of Betty and Allen Phillips... Exercise Science major... Exercise Physiology minor

High School: Baker... Played baseball under Coach Bill Glover

High School: Smiths Station... Played baseball under Coach Clintton Britton and golf under Coach Rick Teel

Other: Favorite athlete is John Smoltz... Greatest athletic achievement was hitting 2 home runs in a high school game as a senior... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak and mashed potatoes... Favorite TV show is “Numbers”... Always has Dr. Pepper in his fridge... Can’t live without God and family

Ryan

#6

Previous College: Jefferson Davis CC... Hit .354 with 11 RBI in 17 games in 2010... .443 on base percentage Other: Favorite athlete is Hunter Pence... Greatest athletic achievement was being named 2nd-Team All-Conference in JUCO... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak and ribs... Favorite TV show is “Wipeout”... Always has milk and Gatorade in his fridge

Cameron

#1

Waltman

Hometown: Citronelle, AL Position: P/INF Height: 6-0 Class: Junior

Hometown: Semmes, AL Position: C Height: 5-10 Class: Junior Personal: Son of Stefanie and Donnie Waltman... Accounting major... Enjoys long walks on the beach, watching “The Hills” and singing High School: Mary G. Montgomery... Played baseball and football... MVP... East-West All-Star... Under Armour All-American Previous College: Lurleen B. Wallace CC... Hit .424 with 20 RBI in 2010... .507 on base percentage

Personal: Son of Christie and Michael White... Enjoys fishing High School: Citronelle... Played baseball under coach James Hattenstein... Played football under Coach Eddie Stevenson Previous College: Holmes CC... 6-2 record with 35 K’s in 47.2 innings... Hit .272 with 8 doubles and 18 RBI Mobile: 16.2 innings on the mound and 70 at-bats... 4.86 ERA and a .258 opponents’ batting average... Scored 13 runs... Walked 1 or fewer batters in 4 of his 5 outings Other: Favorite athlete is Derek Jeter

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White

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2011 Player Profiles

Michael

Jeremy

RS

#11 Williams

Hometown: Smiths, AL Position: P Height: 6-3 Class: Redshirt

Hometown: Bellwood, AL Position: OF Height: 6-2 Class: Junior Personal: Son of Annie and Lester Williams... Teacher Education major... Coaching minor... Enjoys going to church and playing ball High School: Geneva County... Played baseball under Coach Jeremy Whittaker, football under Coach Toby Green and basketball under Coach Toby Green... All-State and Super 12 Dothan Eagle in basketball... Record .584 batting average and MVP in baseball Previous College: Lurleen B. Wallace... Career .430 BA and 60 RBI... Hit .493 last season Other: Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan... Favorite TV show is “Meet the Browns”

Personal: Son of Jeanette and Charles Clay High School: Smiths Station... Played baseball under Coach Clinton Britton Previous College: Attended Jefferson Davis CC Mobile: Went 4-3 in 12 appearances before injuries cut short his 2010 season... 52 hits allowed in 53.1 IP... .260 average against... Had 4 starts with 6+ IP and an ERA under 3 Other: Favorite athletes are Nolan Ryan and Derek Jeter... Favorite home-cooked meal is pork chops, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans and cornbread

Matthew

Blake

RS

Sparks

Matthews

Graduate Assistant

Hometown: Mobile, AL Position: Pitcher Height: 6-3 Class: Redshirt Personal: Son of Debbie and Craig Matthews... Business Management major... Enjoys hunting, fishing and watching college football High School: St. Paul’s Episcopal... Played baseball under Coach Shane Sullivan... East-West All-Star... 12-1 on the mound Other: Favorite athlete is Jake Peavy... Greatest athletic achievement was hitting a walk-off home run as a senior versus Jackson... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak... Favorite TV show is “Friday Night Lights”... Always has water in his fridge

Clay

Matthew Sparks enters his second season as a graduate assistant on the staff after playing for the University of Mobile baseball team for two seasons. Sparks caught for the Rams 2008-09, logging 66 games behind the plate as Mobile won 77 games in those two seasons, including a school-record 43 in 2008. He was a defensive force behind the plate, throwing out 23-of-38 would-be base stealers in his career.

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2011 Preview Heading into the 2011 season in the competitive Southern States Athletic Conference, the Rams are banking on a deep team that can throw strikes and the ball with authority. “We think we have one of our deepest teams in years,” Head Coach Mike Jacobs said. “We also believe we have a very talented team with a nice combination of returning players and incoming talent.” The saying is “pitching wins championships,” and the Rams have 11 pitchers on the roster with four returning arms and seven newcomers. Chris Peacock, Cameron White, team captain John Ladnier and Jeff Lyons combined for over 200 innings last season and picked up 10 wins. “We expect each of these guys to come up big for us,” Jacobs said. “Peacock had some big outings for us, Ladnier proved to be a very good arm out of the pen, Lyons showed he can provide a lot of innings in relief and White started off really well on the mound last year, before injuries cut his time short.” Joining the staff are Josh Blaylock, John Irwin, Corey Fountain, Michael King, Blake Hanson, Jacob Knowles and Drew Esslinger. Corey comes back to Mobile after a year away from the team, while Hanson, Irwin, Esslinger, Blaylock and King all have JUCO experience. “Fountain was one of the most impressive arms on our 2009 staff, Esslinger is another lefty who uses deception to get hitters out, and Blaylock is a versatile athlete who can win a starting spot,” Jacobs said. “Knowles is another dual threat who has a good feel for pitching, King has great stuff and will be in the mix for a weekend

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spot, Hanson likes the ball in his hand with the game on the line and Irwin will add another arm to eat up innings.”

and Knowles to compete for time at first base as the season progresses,” Jacobs said.”

Making up the other end of the battery, the Rams will have three new catchers. Sam Mahoney transfers in from Ohio University, Travis Bowen redshirted at Mobile last year and Ryan Waltman is a transfer from Lurleen B. Wallace.

Cody Barber is the lone returning outfielder, and he will be flanked by Blaylock, Jeremy Williams, Ryne Phillips and Walt Bedsole. Barber hit .295 last year with 27 RBI and 35 runs scored, while Phillips hit over .370 and Williams over .400 in JUCO ball last year.

“Mahoney is a 6-5 catcher with a very good arm who we expect to be a difference maker, while Bowen is a smart kid who had a year to learn by being around the game last year,” Jacobs said. “Waltman also has a good arm and hits with power. It is a big plus to have two big-time catchers to stop the running game. Bowen is recovering from surgery on his throwing arm, but he swings the bat and should help produce runs.” Directly behind the pitchers on the infield, the Mobile coaching staff will have its hands full getting players at-bats with a versatile group of athletes available. Cameron White, Brady King, Ben Negus, Derek Bourgeois, team captain Hunter Norris and Justin Beck return after seeing action in 2010. Beck led the team with a .366 average as a freshman 2nd baseman, Norris hit .307 and Bourgeois started 34 games, playing mostly at short stop. “We have a large group returning that all saw significant action last year,” Jacobs said. “Negus and King proved to be versatile players, White can handle the hot corner and swing the stick, and Bourgeois offers great range at short. We are excited to see Beck continue to improve and look for Norris to add even more pop to the lineup this season. The best thing about this group of infielders is that they are interchangeable.” “We also look for freshmen Keith Granger

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“Williams is a 5-tool player who can be a game-changer for us and Ryne is a lefty with power,” Jacobs said. “Blaylock loves to play the game, and he can hit with power, play all of the outfield positions and pitch. Bedsole is a good defensive outfielder who continues to improve.” The team will need everyone to step up as the Rams make the move to the SSAC for 2011. Mobile will compete in the West Division along with AUM, Loyola, Spring Hill, William Carey, Belhaven and Faulkner. “The GCAC had some very talented teams, but the SSAC is deeper and we will have our work cut out for us,” Jacobs said. “Thankfully we are familiar with our division foes since we always play home-andaway series with Faulkner and AUM.” Non-conference will pit the Rams against some tough foes like Lyon College, Lee University, Shorter University and Thomas University. “Thomas went 33-17 last season, Lee was one of the best teams in the nation and Lyon has given us tough games in the past when we have played them,” Jacobs said.


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Southern States Athletic Conference

SSAC West Auburn-Montgomery Belhaven University Faulkner University Loyola University University of Mobile Spring Hill College William Carey University

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SSAC

Overall

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Lee

16-5

.762

52-13

.800

32-5

13-5

Faulkner

14-7

.667

39-21

.650

26-8

12-9

Southern Poly

14-7

.667

49-13

.790

27-6

18-3

Brewton-Parker

13-8

.619

40-18

.690

15-7

21-9

Auburn-Montgomery 11-10

.524

27-24

.529

15-9

10-13

Shorter

8-13

.381

24-32

.429

13-14

10-16

Southern Wesleyan

5-16

.238

7-42

.143

4-20

3-20

Emmanuel

3-18

.143

12-45

.211

6-18

4-23

Berry

0-0

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23-17

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10-7

13-10

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2011 Opponents

Auburn Montgomery

Belhaven University

Selma

University

Location...............Montgomery, AL Enrollment................................5,555 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname............................Senators Colors..................Orange and Black Head Coach.....................Q.V. Lowe 2009-10 Conference Record..11-10 2009-10 Overall Record.........27-24

Location........................Jackson, MS Enrollment................................2,951 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...............................Blazers Colors.....................Green and Gold Head Coach..................Hill Denson 2009-10 Conference Record....26-7 2009-10 Overall Record.........44-17

Location...........................Selma, AL Enrollment................................N/A Affiliation.............................USCAA Conference..................Independent Nickname.............................Hornets Colors...................Green and White Head Coach......Steven Washington 2009-10 Conference Record...N/A 2009-10 Overall Record..........N/A

Location...............Montgomery, AL Enrollment.................................3200 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname................................Eagles Colors..Royal Blue, Black and Gray Head Coach.........Patrick McCarthy 2009-10 Conference Record....14-7 2009-10 Overall Record.........39-21

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Lyon

Lee

Concordia

LSU

Faulkner

University

Alexandria

University

College

Location....................Cleveland, TN Enrollment................................4,262 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...............................Flames Colors................Maroon and White Head Coach....................Mark Brew 2009-10 Conference Record....16-5 2009-10 Overall Record.........52-13

Location...................Alexandria, LA Enrollment................................2,500 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference..................Independent Nickname............................Generals Colors........................Blue & Yellow Head Coach...................Dan Purvis 2009-10 Conference Record....2-12 2009-10 Overall Record.........17-41

Location..............New Orleans, LA Enrollment................................4500 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...........................Wolfpack Colors..................Maroon and Gold Head Coach............Gerald Cassard 2009-10 Conference Record..12-23 2009-10 Overall Record.........19-30

Location.....................Batesville, AR Enrollment...................................511 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference.................................TSC Nickname..................................Scots Colors.....Crimson, Navy & Yellow Head Coach..............Tony Roepcke 2009-10 Conference Record....9-11 2009-10 Overall Record.........30-23

Oklahoma Wesleyan

Shorter

Spring Hill University

College

St. Catharine College

Location.................Bartlesville, OK Enrollment...................................700 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference............................MCAC Nickname................................Eagles Colors................Red, White & Blue Head Coach...................Kirk Kelley 2009-10 Conference Record..25-30 2009-10 Overall Record...........12-8

Location..........................Rome, GA Enrollment................................2900 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname...............................Hawks Colors...........Royal Blue and White Head Coach....................Matt Larry 2009-10 Conference Record....8-13 2009-10 Overall Record.........24-32

Location.........................Mobile, AL Enrollment................................1,504 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname.............................Badgers Colors......................Purple & White Head Coach....................Frank Sims 2009-10 Conference Record..15-16 2009-10 Overall Record.........26-24

Location..............St. Catharine, KY Enrollment..................................700 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference......................Mid-South Nickname..............................Patriots Colors.......................Purple & Gold Head Coach.........Luther Bramblett 2009-10 Conference Record..16-11 2009-10 Overall Record.........36-22

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2011 Opponents

Talladega

Thomas

West

College

University

Florida

William Carey University

Location.....................Talladega, AL Enrollment..................................750 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference..................Independent Nickname.........................Tornadoes Colors........Crimson, White & Blue Head Coach...................Will Ramos 2009-10 Conference Record......1-8 2009-10 Overall Record.........19-36

Location...............Thomasville, GA Enrollment................................1,020 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference..................Independent Nickname....................Night Hawks Colors............Dark Green & White Head Coach.......................Mike Lee 2009-10 Conference Record....10-2 2009-10 Overall Record.........33-17

Location.....................Pensacola, FL Enrollment..............................11,700 Affiliation..........................NCAA II Conference.....................Gulf South Nickname.........................Argonauts Colors....Royal Blue & Kelly Green Head Coach................Mike Jeffcoat 2009-10 Conference Record. 36-20 2009-10 Overall Record...........11-3

Location.................Hattiesburg, MS Enrollment................................3,250 Affiliation................................NAIA Conference...............................SSAC Nickname..........................Crusaders Colors...............Red, Black & White Head Coach.............Bobby Halford 2009-10 Conference Record. 22-11 2009-10 Overall Record.........31-27

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All-Time Baseball Honors All-GCAC Blake Fancher (1989-90) Eddie Reid (1989-90) James Snyder (1990-91) Chris Carr (1990-91, 94) Jason Bethea (1990-91) Bert Bellcase (1990-91) Morgan Spraggins (1993) Scott Vereen (1993) Andy McKeough (1993) Joe Espada (1994-96) Tommy Ladnier (1994) Lance Davis (1994) Clint Anderson (1994-95) Ruben Cordona (1995) Mike Harrel (1995) Zane Johnson (1995) Jimmy Potter (1995) Ky Faciane (1996) Sambo Bowden (1996) Carlos Pagan (1996-97) Saul Rivera (1997) Billy Henley (1998-99) Kendall Hill (1998) Craig Bova (1998-99) Daniel Williford (1998-99) Jay King (1999)

Carlos Romero (2006-09) Briggs Bishop (2007) Brett Barber (2007) Stephen Stork (2008-09) Kevin Orso (2008-09) Justin Bracewell (2008) Jesse Luker (2008) David Cramblitt (2009)

Joe Parker (2000) Raul Nieves (2000) Korey Melancon (2000-01) Jackie Blanchard (2000) Joe Parker (2001) Matt Milstead (2001) Jackie Blanchard (2001) Sam Driver (2001) Nick Sims (2001) Jeffrey White (2001, 03) Bubba Roberson (2002) Raul Santana (2003-04) Bubba Dobson (2003) Keith West (2003) Patrick Weaver (2003) Josh Kendrick (2003) John Price (2004) Ricardo Rolle (2004) Simon Badeaux (2005) Chris Copeland (2005) Carnell Parker (2005) Lance Howard (2005) Eddie Davilla (2005-06) Jared Baria (2006, 08) Marc Jaynes (2006) Keegan Laycock (2006) Jason Ragan (2006)

GCAC Player of the Year Joe Espada (1995-96) Daniel Williford (1998) Jared Baria (2008) GCAC Pitcher of the Year Ky Faciane (1996) Saul Rivera (1997) Jay King (1999) Bubba Dobson (2003) Justin Bracewell (2008) NAIA All-Americans Joe Espada (1995-96) Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Kevin Orso (2009) Carlos Romero (2009)

All-Time Record V. Opponents Albion Arkansas Mont. Arkansas Tech AUM Belhaven Berry Biola Birmingham-Southern Blackburn Briar Cliff Brewton Parker Bristol Caldwell Christian Brothers Cumberland Culver Stockton Concord Dordt Faulkner Franklin Grace Grand View

1-0 0-1 1-0 12-20 64-49 3-1 0-1 2-9 1-1 9-1 1-1 1-0 2-0 3-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 39-41 3-0 4-0 2-3

Gulf Coast Christian Harding Huntingdon Houston Baptist Indiana Southeast King La Grange Lambuth Lee University Lewis Clark Lindenwood Louisiana Christian Louisiana Loyola-New Orleans LSU-Alexandria LSU-Shreveport Lyon Marietta Martin Methodist Mary Hardin Masters College McKendree

4-0 6-2 2-3 0-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 5-0 0-1 0-1 4-7 4-0 36-15 84-27 2-0 22-47 4-2 1-0 4-1 1-0 1-0 3-1

Millikin Mississippi Montevallo Northeast Louisiana Northwest Plattville Nebraska Wesleyan North Georgia Oklahoma City Ohio Dominican Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma Wesleyan Ozarks, College of Pointe Park Rockford Samford Selma Selma Teikyo Southeastern Louisiana Southern Miss Southern Poly Spaulding Spring Hill

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3-0 1-1 5-8 0-1 1-0 9-0 5-1 0-1 5-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 0-1 14-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 2-1 2-1 82-36

St. Anslem St. Mary Stillman Talladega Tennessee Wesleyan Thomas Tougaloo Trevecca Nazarene Union University of Charleston University of Iowa Virginia International Viterbo Warner Southern West Alabama West Florida West Georgia William Carey William Woods

2-0 0-1 29-4 22-0 3-5 3-2 18-0 1-4 2-2 1-0 2-1 2-0 3-0 1-2 4-10 28-27 1-2 55-78 3-1

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2010 Review The 2010 season saw the University of Mobile team finish 20-34 overall and 13-21 in the GCAC. Mobile just could not get on track throughout the year, finishing the 54-game schedule with only two winning streaks of more than two games. “When you go through a season like we did in 2010, we all must accept responsibility for the poor outcome,” Head Coach Mike Jacobs said. “As a staff we have to be able to find a way to motivate players when things go wrong.” During the 2010 season there were plenty of opportunities for motivation. The injury bug plagued Mobile, as the team lost five different starters for one month or longer during the season. Two were starting pitchers, and two others were at key positions: shortstop and catcher.

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“It seemed like if something could go wrong, it did,” Jacobs said. “If we pitched well we couldn’t score runs, if the bats came alive we had trouble throwing strikes.” There were also some high notes to the season. The Rams picked up big wins over future conference foes Auburn-Montgomery and Faulkner University, as the Rams looked ahead to joining the SSAC in 2011. Junior Johnny Ladnier set a school record for appearances with 32, and freshman Justin Beck led the team in hitting with a .366 batting average. Despite the won-loss record, several seniors posted good numbers. Brad Sheffield scored a team high 37 runs and reached base at a .435 clip, while Travis Williamson belted 9 homeruns and slugged .532. Dustin Lee slugged .491 at the plate with 3 homeruns and Nick Laico posted a .960 fielding percentage behind the plate after getting injured in

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the first game of the season. “We had a group of seniors that played with a lot of heart and they will be missed,” Jacobs said. “This is a season we want to put behind us. When a team has a bad season, it’s the coaches’ fault, but if there is a good season, it’s all about the players. That’s the way the game is played. I take the blame for 2010. Our focus for 2011 is to use the 2010 season as a learning tool to make sure it doesn’t happen again.”


2010 Stats Batting GP GS Beck, Justin 52 49 Sheffield, Brad 52 50 Norris, Hunter 52 50 Williamson, Travis 53 51 Barber, Cody 51 47 White, Cameron 36 17 Sanderson, Cody 51 49 Lee, Dustin 37 19 Bourgeois, Derek 37 34 Negus, Ben 31 15 Tedesco, Michael 33 22 Laico, Nick 31 27 King, Brady 42 12 Halverson, Jake 29 19 Perez, Eric 17 12 Pitching White, Cameron Meeks, Eric Ladnier, John Clay, Michael Peacock, Chris Lyons, Jeff Brister, Jarrin Butts, Alan King, Brady Lee, Dustin Fielding Butts, Alan Lyons, Jeff Ladnier, John Sheffield, Brad Barber, Cody King, Brady Halverson, Jake Norris, Hunter Laico, Nick Beck, Justin Williamson, Travis Lee, Dustin Bourgeois, Derek Perez, Eric Sanderson, Cody Peacock, Chris Brister, Jarrin Clay, Michael Negus, Ben White, Cameron Meeks, Eric Tedesco, Michael

AVG 0.366 0.318 0.307 0.304 0.295 0.286 0.282 0.281 0.277 0.259 0.241 0.224 0.190 0.176 0.154

AB 191 173 179 171 156 70 163 57 119 58 79 85 42 68 39

ERA W L GP GS 4.86 0 0 5 2 4.91 0 0 5 0 5.11 4 4 32 1 5.40 4 3 12 10 5.60 6 6 15 15 7.54 0 3 25 1 8.82 3 7 16 13 9.91 2 5 14 8 10.29 0 0 4 0 10.86 1 6 12 4 GP 14 25 32 52 51 42 29 52 31 52 53 37 37 17 51 15 16 12 31 36 5 33

GS 7 1 1 50 47 12 19 50 27 49 51 19 34 12 49 15 13 10 15 17 0 22

C 11 9 17 381 115 55 54 121 124 172 267 16 150 24 140 18 8 13 63 36 0 0

R 35 37 25 24 35 13 26 11 18 16 14 2 20 7 4

H 2B 70 9 55 14 55 10 52 12 46 7 20 1 46 13 16 3 33 6 15 2 19 4 19 5 8 2 12 0 6 0

CG SV 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PO 4 2 6 354 113 24 51 113 104 83 221 2 48 22 43 5 2 5 19 7 0 0

3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB SBA 2 0 19 83 0.435 13 4 36 0.412 3 3 7 8 1 1 24 74 0.428 24 12 17 0.435 0 0 10 12 1 1 23 70 0.391 12 6 38 0.369 1 1 6 8 0 9 37 91 0.532 18 10 36 0.394 4 0 4 4 2 3 27 66 0.423 22 5 22 0.392 3 1 6 7 0 0 9 21 0.300 5 1 14 0.338 1 0 1 2 1 3 28 70 0.429 26 4 11 0.384 5 0 2 2 0 3 9 28 0.491 2 3 8 0.333 1 2 0 0 1 0 16 41 0.345 12 3 25 0.356 1 1 3 3 0 0 10 17 0.293 4 2 6 0.328 0 1 5 6 1 3 16 34 0.430 20 2 13 0.402 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 24 0.282 8 6 13 0.333 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 10 0.238 2 1 6 0.239 1 2 3 4 0 0 7 12 0.176 6 4 13 0.275 2 2 4 6 0 0 4 6 0.154 3 1 5 0.233 0 2 1 1 IP 16.2 3.2 61.2 53.1 88.1 37.0 65.1 42.2 7.0 32.1

A 7 7 11 24 1 30 2 5 15 82 34 13 90 0 82 11 5 6 33 22 0 0

H 16 6 92 52 119 57 97 57 12 64

R 10 6 44 39 75 39 65 57 8 43

ER BB SO 2B HR TBF 9 5 9 4 0 69 2 5 2 1 1 24 35 15 52 12 5 297 32 30 38 8 4 239 55 24 64 23 9 424 31 13 33 9 1 180 64 29 37 20 14 326 47 39 19 14 3 226 8 3 3 5 0 36 39 17 14 14 2 183

E 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 3 5 7 12 1 12 2 15 2 1 2 11 7 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.992 0.991 0.982 0.981 0.975 0.960 0.959 0.955 0.938 0.920 0.917 0.893 0.889 0.875 0.846 0.825 0.806 0.000 0.000

DP 0 0 3 29 0 2 1 4 1 22 2 0 18 0 10 1 0 0 6 2 0 0

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SBA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RCS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B/Avg WP HBP BK 0.258 4 1 0 0.353 1 1 1 0.342 3 7 1 0.260 9 5 1 0.312 11 12 0 0.363 10 5 0 0.339 9 5 0 0.333 9 6 1 0.387 0 1 0 0.435 6 9 2

SBA% 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.857 0.000 0.694 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OBS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2010 Results Date 1/30/2010 1/30/2010 2/6/2010 2/6/2010 2/7/2010 2/10/2010 2/10/2010 2/16/2010 2/16/2010 2/19/2010 2/20/2010 2/20/2010 2/23/2010 2/23/2010 2/26/2010 2/26/2010 2/27/2010 3/5/2010 3/6/2010 3/6/2010 3/9/2010 3/9/2010 3/12/2010 3/13/2010 3/13/2010 3/17/2010 3/19/2010 3/19/2010 3/20/2010 3/20/2010 3/23/2010 3/23/2010 3/26/2010 3/26/2010 3/27/2010 3/27/2010 3/30/2010 4/2/2010 4/3/2010 4/3/2010 4/6/2010 4/9/2010 4/10/2010 4/10/2010 4/16/2010 4/17/2010 4/17/2010 4/25/2010 4/25/2010 4/30/2010 4/30/2010 5/1/2010 5/6/2010 5/7/2010

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Opponent Belhaven University * Belhaven University * Loyola University * Loyola University * Loyola University * Stillman Stillman Auburn Univ Montgomery Auburn Univ Montgomery Talladega College Talladega College Talladega College Faulkner University Faulkner University LSU-Shreveport * LSU-Shreveport * LSU-Shreveport * William Carey University * William Carey University * William Carey University * Lyon College Lyon College Spring Hill College * Spring Hill College * Spring Hill College * Oklahoma Wesleyan Univ Belhaven University * Belhaven University * Belhaven University * Belhaven University * Faulkner University Faulkner University Tougaloo College * Tougaloo College * Tougaloo College * Tougaloo College * UWF Loyola University * Loyola University * Loyola University * Auburn Univ Montgomery William Carey University * William Carey University * William Carey University * Spring Hill College * Spring Hill College * Spring Hill College * Lambuth University Lambuth University LSU-Shreveport * LSU-Shreveport * LSU-Shreveport * LSU-Shreveport Belhaven University

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Score 3-6 5-8 8-1 0-1 2-5 5-6 10-4 2-3 11-0 9-8 9-4 3-2 1-9 6-10 7-6 1-12 7-13 0-5 1-3 6-5 11-8 3-4 5-7 5-1 0-10 8-9 0-3 6-16 4-9 6-11 13-11 2-6 12-6 12-5 10-2 10-5 2-8 3-1 1-9 9-0 5-9 7-4 4-9 4-11 6-5 7-6 10-19 0-12 5-6 4-5 1-18 3-15 4-10 9-14

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All-Time History 2009: Finished the year with a 34-23 overall record. Kevin Orso was named a 1st-Team NAIA All-American, while Carlos Romero was an Honorable Mention NAIA All-American selection. Fell in the GCAC Tournament Championship game to Belhaven College. Stephen Stork, Carlos Romero, Kevin Orso and David Cramblitt were named to the 2009 All-GCAC Squad. 2008: Finished the season with a school-record 43 victories and a 43-16 overall mark. Went 30-5 in conference to win the GCAC Regular Season Championship. Ranked as high as #6 in the NAIA Top-25. Knocked out the Region XIII Tournament by Lee University. Jared Baria was named GCAC Player of the Year, while Justin Bracewell was named GCAC Pitcher of the year. 2007: Finished the season with a 27-32 overall record. Brett Barber was named to the GCAC All-Conference and Region XIII Teams, while Briggs Bishop and Carlos Romero were named to the GCAC All-Conference Team. Kyle McPherson was selected in the 14th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates. 2006: Finished the season with a 29-24 overall record. Finished the regular season behind Belhaven and LSU-Shreveport in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference and were ousted from the GCAC Tournament by William Carey and Belhaven. Several Rams highlighted the GCAC All-Conference Team with Eddie Davilla and Keegan Laycock receiving first-team honors and Jared Baria, Marc Jaynes, Carlos Romero and Jason Ragan being named to the second-team. 2005: Finished the season with a 39-25 overall record. Finished as the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season runner-up behind LSU-Shreveport and the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament runner-up to William Carey College. The Rams went 2-2 at the Region XIII Tournament. Lance Howard, Eduardo Davila, Carnell Parker, Simon Badeaux and Chris Copeland were named to the Gulf Coast Athletic All-Conference Team. 2004: Finished the season with a 23-26 overall record. Finished in third place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship. Ricardo Rolle, Raul Santana and John Price were named to the Gulf Coast Athletic All-Conference Team. 2003: Finished the season with a 35-22 overall record. Finished in second place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship. Advanced to the Region XIII Tournament. 2002: Finished the season with a 29-28 overall record. Finished in a three-way tie for second place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference. 2001: Finished the season with a 41-20 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference for a fifth consecutive season. Won the Region XIII Tournament. Advanced to the NAIA World Series for the first time in school history. 2000: Finished the season with a 41-18 overall record. Set a school record for wins in a season. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship for the fourth consecutive season. Advanced to the Southwest Regional Tournament. 1999: Finished the season with a 38-12 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship for the third consecutive year. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament for the second consecutive season. Advanced to the Southwest Regional Tournament. 1998: Finished the season with a 37-15 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship by posting a 22-8 record in conference action. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in school history. Advanced to the Southwest Regional Tournament. 1997: Finished the season with a 38-12 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Regular Season Conference Championship. 1996: Finished the season with a 36-15-1 overall record. Finished the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference season with a record of 11-9 in conference action. Made their fifth consecutive trip to the post-season. 1995: Finished the season with a 39-13 overall record. Finished in second place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 10-6 record in conference action. Ranked 22nd overall in the final NAIA regular season Top 25 Poll. Clint Anderson, Josue’ Espada, Mike Harrell, Zane Johnson and Jimmy Potter named to the Gulf Coast Athletic All-Conference Team. Espada named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year. 1994: Finished the season with a 39-11-2 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship by posting a 13-2 record in conference action. Ranked 21st overall in the final NAIA regular season Top 25 Poll. Won the NAIA District 30 regular season championship. Host of the NAIA District 30 Playoffs. 1993: Finished the season with a 31-20 overall record and 12-12 in the GCAC. Qualified for the District 30 Playoffs. 1992: Finished the season with a 20-25 overall record. Finished in fifth place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 5-13 record in the GCAC 1991: Finished the season with a 25-23 overall record. Finished in third place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting an 11-10 record in conference action. Burt Bellcase, Jason Bethea, Jimmy Snyder and Chris Carr named to the Gulf Coast Athletic All-Conference and NAIA All-District 30 Teams. 1990: Mike Jacobs hired as the head coach of the first University of Mobile baseball program. Finished the season with a 24-21 overall record. Finished in third place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting an 8-10 record in conference action.

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UMobile Baseball Records Career Batting Career Homeruns Carlos Romero (06-09) Kevin Orso (08-09) David Cramblitt (08-09) Billy Henley (97-99) Carlos Romero (06-09) Jason Bethea (90-91) Jackie Blanchard (00-01) Daniel Williford (98-99) Phillip Sirmon (00-01) Josh Kendrick (03) Chris Carr (90-94) Stephen Stork (08-09) Joe Espada (94-96) Carlos Pagan (96-97) Kevin Gandy (98-99)

36 27 24 23 21 19 18 17 17 15 15 14 13 13 13

Career Hits Jared Baria (06-09) Carlos Romero (06-09) Joe Espada (94-96) Raul Santana (02-04) Carlos Romero (06-09) Jeff White (01-03) Chris Carr (90-94) Raul Nieves (99-00) Johnny Vazquez (95-98) Nelson Curry (08-09) Charlie McDavid (96-99) Kevin Orso (08-09) Bubba Roberson (02-03) Joe Parker (00-01)

275 253 212 206 182 169 168 157 153 149 149 148 145 142

Career Average Joe Espada (94-96) Daniel Williford (98-99) Raul Nieves (99-00) Ricardo Rolle (03-04) Raul Santana (02-04) Craig Bova (98-99) Kevin Orso (08-09) Carlos Pagan (96-97) Kevin Gandy (98-99) Charlie McDavid (96-99) Billy Henley (96-99) Jeff White (01-03)

.442 .395 .389 .380 .380 .380 .379 .378 .370 .365 .360 .358

Career RBIs Carlos Romero (06-09) Billy Henley (97-99) Jared Baria (06-09) Raul Santana (02-04)

193 161 146 135

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Kevin Orso (08-09) Daniel Williford (98-99) Chris Carr (90-94) David Cramblitt (08-09) Chris Brazell (00-01) Charlie McDavid (96-99) Lance Howard (05-06) Clint Anderson (93-96) Joe Espada (94-96)

123 112 111 107 95 91 89 89 87

Career Runs Carlos Romero (06-09) Jared Baria (06-09) Joe Espada (94-96) Carlos Romero (05-) Kevin Orso (08-09) Raul Nieves (99-00) Stephen Stork (08-09) Joe Parker (00-01) Billy Henley (97-99) Chris Carr (90-94) Jeff White (01-03) Nelson Curry (08-09) Craig Bova (98-99) Carnell Parker (04-05) Raul Santana (02-04)

204 164 159 138 128 125 122 120 118 111 109 106 106 100 98

Career Pitching Career Strikeouts Jesse Luker (05-08) Kory Melancon (00-01) Bubba Dobson (02-03) Simon Badeaux (05-06) Jay King (99) Saul Rivera (97-98) Darrell Gaston (97-99) J.C. Romero (95-96) Keith West (02-03) Chris Howard (93-94) Justin Bracewell (07-08)

213 202 160 145 136 136 130 119 112 109 108

Career Wins Jesse Luker (05-08) Kory Melancon (00-01) Ky Faciane (96-97) Lance Davis (94-95) Bubba Dobson (02-03) Brad Frazier (96-98) Keith West (02-03) Julio Ortiz (99-00) Justin Bracewell (07-08) Simon Badeaux (05-06) Chris Howard (93-94)

24 23 20 19 18 16 16 14 13 13 12

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Zane Johnson (95-96) Ryan Andrews (93-95)

12 12

Career ERA Ky Faciane (96-97) Jay King (99) Lance Davis (94-95) Kendall Hill (98) Bert Belcase (91) Kory Melancon (00-01) John Price (03-04) Steve Jordan (98) J.C. Romero (95-96) Bubba Dobson (02-03)

1.91 2.20 2.30 2.35 2.37 2.59 2.61 2.78 2.90 2.95

Career Innings Pitched Jesse Luker (05-08) Kory Melancon (00-01) Bubba Dobson (02-03) Simon Badeaux (05-06) Roy Hinson (90-91) Ky Faciane (96-97) Lance Davis (94-95) Chris Howard (93-94) Justin Bracewell (07-08) Keith West (02-03) Steve Smith (92-93)

307.1 205 180.2 176 166 165 164.2 149.1 147.2 147.2 140.1

Single-Season Batting Batting Average Joe Espada (1995) Joe Espada (1996) Charlie McDavid (1999) Chris Carr (1994) Scott Mitchell (2009) Daniel Williford (1998)

.468 .446 .427 .425 .423 .421

Homeruns Carlos Romero (2009) Kevin Orso (2009) Josh Kendrick (2003) Jason Bethea (1991) David Cramblitt (2009) Kevin Orso (2008) Jackie Blanchard (2000) David Cramblitt (2008) Stephen Stork (2009) Carlos Romero (2008) Billy Henley (1998) Phillip Sirmon (2000) Kevin Gandy (1999)

15 15 15 14 13 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10


UMobile Baseball Records RBI Billy Henley (1999) David Cramblitt (2009) Kevin Orso (2008) Daniel Williford (1998) Carlos Romero (2008) Kevin Orso (2009) Raul Santana (2003) Lance Howard (2005) Billy Henley (1998)

67 65 64 60 60 59 58 58 57

Doubles Raul Santana (2003) Josh Kendrick (2003) Kevin Orso (2008) Raul Nieves (1999) Joe Parker (2000) David Cramblitt (2009) Bubba Roberson (2002) Nelson Curry (2008) Billy Henley (1999) Chris Brazell (2000)

26 24 23 22 22 21 21 20 20 20

11 9 8 8 7 6

Hits Jared Baria (2008) Nelson Curry (2008) Jeff White (2003) Jeff White (2001) Kevin Orso (2008) Joe Espada (1995)

95 88 85 84 82 81

Triples Joe Parker (2000) Nelson Curry (2008) Joe Espada (1995) Raul Nieves (1999) Jared Baria (2006) Jimmy Potter (1995)

On Base Percentage Chris Carr (1994) Joe Espada (1996) Joe Espada (1995) Craig Bova (1998) Daniel Williford (1998)

.554 .528 .520 .497 .487

Slugging Percentage Josh Kendrick (2003) Joe Espada (1995) Carlos Romero (2009) David Cramblitt (2009) Chris Carr (1994) Daniel Williford (1998) Kevin Orso (2009) Kevin Orso (2008)

.791 .728 .726 .716 .709 .708 .703 .698

HBP Stephen Stork (2008) Joe Parker (2000) Daniel Williford (1998) Jared Baria (2009) Joe Parker (2001) Dorn Frazer (1997) Brad Sheffield (2010) Stephen Stork (2009) J. Snyder (1990) Ricky Smith (2004)

19 16 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

Runs Joe Parker (2000) Nelson Curry (2008) Carlos Romero (2009) Kevin Orso (2008) Carnell Parker (2005) Raul Nieves (1999) Joe Espada (1995) Kevin Orso (2009) Stephen Stork (2008-09)

69 67 66 66 66 65 64 62 61

Official At-Bats Jeff White (2001) Jeff White (2003) Nelson Curry (2008) Jared Baria (2008) Milton Roque (2007) Bubba Roberson (2002)

238 234 232 231 221 216

Stolen Bases Carnell Parker (2005) Joe Espada (1995) Joe Espada (1994, 96) Joe Parker (2001) Bubba Roberson (2002)

Single-Season Pitching Strikeouts Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Simon Badeaux (2005) Bubba Dobson (2003) Saul Rivera (1997) Bubba Dobson (2002)

136 132 94 83 83 77

65 43 38 35 34

Walks Nelson Curry (2009) Darrell Gaston (1999) Simon Badeaux (2005)

50 50 50

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Scott Mitchell (2009) Chris Howard (1994) J.J. Stanbridge (1990) Zane Johnson (1996) Simon Badeaux (2006) Alan Butts (2010) Bryan Hunter (1991) Jesse Luker (2008)

43 42 40 40 40 39 39 39

ERA Matt Milstead (2000) Dustin Lee (2009) Scott Mitchell (2008) Lance Davis (1994) Bert Belcase (1991) Ky Faciane (1996) J.C. Romero (1996) Ky Faciane (1997)

0.94 1.29 1.32 1.47 1.84 1.84 1.97 1.99

Innings Pitched Kory Melancon (2001) Simon Badeaux (2005) Jay King (1999) Bubba Dobson (2003) Jesse Luker (2008) Justin Bracewell (2008)

131.1 111 106.1 100 99.2 97

Wins Kory Melancon (2001) Ky Faciane (1996) Jay King (1999) Bubba Dobson (2003) Justin Bracewell (2008) Lance Davis (1994) Keith West (2003) Simon Badeaux (2005) Jesse Luker (2008) Lance Davis (1995) Zane Johnson (1995) Kory Melancon (2000)

14 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

Losses Jarrin Brister (2010) Simon Badeaux (2006) Matt Milstead (2001) Chris Copeland (2004) Ross Black (2007) Jesse Luker (2007) Kyle McPherson (2007) Dustin Lee (2010) Chris Peacock (2010) Rusty Hinson (1990) Chris Howard (1993)

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

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UMobile Baseball Records Saves Darrell Gaston (1997-98) Matt Milstead (2000) Jackie Blanchard (2001) Scott Mitchell (2008) Dean Moore (1991) J.C. Romero (1996) Ira Turner (2009) Keith West (2002) John Price (2003) Alan Cook (1995) Joey Mooney (2006) Justin Bracewell (2007) Ira Turner (2008)

10 10 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

Appearances John Ladnier (2010) Chris Copeland (2005) Ira Turner (2008) Justin Bracewell (2007) Je Lyons (2010) Trevor Powell (2001) Scott Mitchell (2008)

32 29 28 28 25 24 23

Joey Mooney (2006) Matt Milstead (2000)

23 22

Complete Games Lance Davis (1994) Kory Melanchon (2001) Bubba Dobson (2003) Rusty Hinson (1990) Jay King (1999) Chris Howard (1993) Ky Faciane (1996) Ryan Andrews (1993) Bubba Dobson (2002) Saul Rivera (1997)

10 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 6

Hits Allowed Ross Black (2007) Chris Peacock (2010) Justin Bracewell (2008) Kory Melancon (2001) Scott Mitchell (2009) Simon Badeaux (2005) Jarrin Brister (2010)

123 119 115 110 108 99 97

Rusty Hinson (1990) Jesse Luker (2007)

97 97

Runs Allowed Chris Peacock (2010) Scott Mitchell (2009) Jarrin Brister (2010) Ross Black (2007) Justin Bracewell (2008) Matt Millstead (2001) Alan Butts (2010)

75 69 65 62 60 58 57

Earned Runs Allowed Jarrin Brister (2010) Chris Peacock (2010) Scott Mitchell (2009) Nelson Curry (2009) Simon Badeaux (2005) Alan Butts (2010) Beau Wiggins (2005) Kit Powell (2008) Elvin Pierce (1990)

64 55 53 53 49 47 47 46 44

Team Single-Game Records Most At Bats: 7 by Jared Baria vs William Carey 5/02/08 7 by Mike Flores vs Univ. of Montevallo 3/24/92 7 by Jeff White vs. Auburn-Montgomery 2/11/03 Most Runs Scored: 5 by Nelson Curry vs Loyola University 4/30/08 5 by Stephen Stork vs Southern Poly on 5/06/08 5 by Raul Nieves vs Stillman College 2/17/00 Most Hits: 5 by David Cramblitt vs Loyola University 4/24/09 5 by Nelson Curry vs Loyola University 4/30/08 5 by Stephen Stork vs Southern Poly 5/06/08 5 by Tyler Burns vs. LSUS 4/29/06 Also: Patrick Weaver, Raul Nieves and Chuck Anderson Most Doubles: 3 by David Cramblitt vs Loyola University 4/24/09 3 by Kevin Orso vs Tougaloo College 1/31/09 3 by Stephen Stork vs Loyola University 2/01/08 3 by Patrick Weaver vs. Auburn-Montgomery 3/11/03 Also: Sam Driver and Chris Brazell Most Stolen Bases: 5 by Joe Espada vs Louisiana College 2/26/94 Most Triples: 2 by Nelson Curry vs Stillman 4/08/08 2 by Jeb Blackerby vs Talledega College 3/2/01 2 by Joe Parker vs Faulkner University 2/11/00 Also: Chris Carr and Scott Hopkins

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Most Home Runs: 2 by Scott Mitchell vs Loyola University 4/25/09 2 by David Cramblitt vs Belhaven College 4/18/09 2 by Kevin Orso vs Spring Hill 4/11/09 2 by Brad Sheffield vs Spring Hill 4/10/09 2 by Carlos Romero vs Belhaven College 2/27/09 2 by Carlos Romero vs LSU-Shreveport 1/23/09 2 by Kevin Orso vs Belhaven College 4/04/08 2 by David Cramblitt vs Tougaloo 2/29/08 2 by Jason Bethea (4 times) 2 by Billy Henley vs Ohio Dominican 3/10/98 (one inning) Also: Chris Carr, Scottie McMichael, Blake Fancher, J.C. Romero, Josh Kendrick, Joe Parker, Phillip Sirmon, Jackie Blanchard and Kevin Gandy Most Runs Batted In: 9 by David Cramblitt vs Belhaven College 4/18/09 6 by David Cramblitt vs Loyola University 4/24/09 6 by Nelson Curry vs Tougaloo College 3/21/09 6 by Kevin Orso vs Loyola University 4/30/08 6 by Brian Schach vs Talladega College 4/6/01 6 by Jay King vs Univ. of West Alabama 3/2/99 Also: Chris Carr, Blake Fancher, J.C. Romero, Clint Anderson, Carlos Pagan, Billy Henley and Charlie McDavid Most Bases on Balls: 4 by Kevin Orso vs Loyola University 3/7/09 4 by Craig Bova vs Loyola University 4/28/99 4 by Chris Carr vs Louisiana College 2/27/93 4 by Charlie McDavid vs Univ. of West Alabama 4/6/99

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Seasons -A-

Chris Adkins Todd Agee Quentin Agee Christopher Allen Chuck Anderson Clint Anderson Ryan Andrews Todd Andrews Danny Arroyo -BSimon Badeaux Eric Baker David Ballard Josh Banashak Brett Barber Cody Barber Jared Baria John Barrow Justin Beck Walt Bedsole Michael Bell Bert Bellcase Michael Bender Jason Bethea Stephen Bethea Eric Bird Briggs Bishop Glen Bishop Ross Black Jeb Blackerby Eric Blackman Jackie Blanchard Josh Blaylock P. J. Boudreaux Derek Bourgeois Craig Bova Sambo Bowden Travis Bowen J. P. Boyington Justin Bracewell Chris Brazell Jarrin Brister Donnie Brown Marvin Brown Matthew Brown Jason Bryars Tyler Burns Kevin Butler Alan Butts -CMichael Caldwell Joey Cameron John Cantey Chris Carr Wes Cash Rick Cauley Kevin Cherry Doug Christian Ken Clark Carlos Claudio Michael Clay Chris Coleman Bobby Coniff Brian Connell Alan Cook

1992 1992 2008-09 1991 1991-92 1993-96 1993-95 1997-98 2004 2005-06 1997 1990 2004-05 2007-08 20102006-09 2001-04 201020101990 1991 1991 1990 1991 2008-09 2007 1990 2007 2000-03 2002-03 2000-01 20111999 20081998-99 1995-96 20101998-01 2007-08 2000-01 2010 1990 1991-92 2008-09 1994-97 2006-07 1990 20091991 1990-91 1992-93 1990-94 2000 1994-96 1991-92 1990-91 1990-93 2001 20101992-95 2005 1997 1994-95

Corey Cooper Chris Copeland Wes Council David Cramblitt Eddie Crosby Nelson Curry -DEduardo Davila Lance Davis Wade Delaneuville Bubba Dobson Cliff Downey Jason Driver Sam Driver Timmy Dunn -ET.J. Esfeller Jose Espada Drew Esslinger Randal Etheredge Mark Eubanks Keith Evans -FKy Faciane Blake Fancher Craig Fillingim Mike Flores John Floyd Corey Fountain John Franklin Brad Frazier Dorn Frazier Ronnie Freeland Jason Frischertz -GJamey Gaffney Scott Galloway Kevin Gandy Billy Gardner Darryl Gaston Bo Glasscock Luis Gonzalez Keith Granger -HLee Hall Stephen Hall Jake Halverson Blake Hanson Daniel Harper Mike Harrell Bryan Hartley Lee Hartley Steven Hass Adam Hays James Headrick Kaleb Heffner Billy Henley Kendall Hill Kevin Hill Rusty Hinson Alex Hixon J. D. Holt Chris Hopkins Danny Horn Chris Howard Lance Howard Leland Howard

2006 2004-05 2007 2008-09 1996 2008-09 2005-06 1994-95 2009 2002-03 2008 1998 2000-01 1993 2004-08 1994-96 20112008-09 1999-01 1994 1996-97 1990-91 2000-01 1991-92 1997 2009, 20111990 1997-98 1996-97 1990-94 2005-06 1993-94 1997-99 1998-99 1995 1997-99 1993-95 2007 20101990-92 1992 2010 20112005-08 1994-95 1992 2002-03 1995-96 2002-03 1990 20091996-99 1998 1994-95 1990-91 1992 1999 1992 1991 1993-94 2005-06 2002-05

Wayne Huckabee Bryan Hunter -IJohn Irwin -JJosh Jacobs David James Joel Jernigan Zane Johnson Henry Jones Travis Jones Steve Jordan -KJon Kalb Gary Keaton Joey Kelley Richard Kelly Josh Kendrick Paul Kerger Brady King Jay King Michael King Jason Kirksey James Knight Jacob Knowles -LJohn Ladnier Tommy Ladnier Nick Laico Ben Lakey Keegan Laycock Dustin Lee Michael Lenz Josh Lett Eli Lewellyn Ryan Liebe David Long Milton Lopez Edward Lowman Jesse Luker Kevin Luker Jeff Lyons -MKevin Madden Mark Mahan Sam Mahoney Zack Mann Corey Mason Blake Matthews Gene Mattingly Chris McCants Ken McCormick Chandler McCulloch Charlie McDavid Spence McDonald Jared McGhie Seth McGilberry Andy McKeough Jason McLelland Scotty McMichael Ron McMillan Chris McNiel Kyle McPherson Jud McWain Eric Meeks Korey Melancon Nick Mickler

2001 1991-93 20112001-03 2000-02 2004-05 1995-96 1999 2008 1998 2005 1991 2002-03 2005-06 2003 2002-04 20101999 20112000-02 2008-09 201120101994-95 2009-10 2005-06 2006 2009-10 1995 2005-07 2009 2006-07 1997 1994 1994-95 2005-08 2000-01 20101996-97 2002-03 2011 2007-08 1993 20111990-93 1997-98 1991-93 2007 1996-99 2009 2003 2002 1992-93 2002 1990 2004-05 1993 2007 2002-04 2010 2000-01 2003

Matt Milstead Scott Mitchell Joey Mooney Dean Moore Bryan Mosley

2000-01 2008-09 2006-07 1991-92 2005

-NKeith Nall 1990-93 Fernando Narvaez 1994 Seth Naugle 2001-04 Ben Negus 2010Raul Nieves 1999-00 Hunter Norris 2010-OMickey O’Quinn 2002 Kevin Orso 2008-09 Mickey Orso 2002 Julio Ortiz 1995-96, 99,00 Dewey Owens 1993 -PCarlos Pagan 1996-97 Kevin Painter 1997 Carnell Parker 2004-05 Donnie Parker 2000-01 Joe Parker 2000-01 Adolph Payne 1998-01 Chris Peacock 2010Eric Pennington 1995 Eric Perez 2010 Ryne Phillips 2011Elvin Pierce 1990-91 Jimmy Potter 1994-95 Kit Powell 2008 Trevor Powell 2000-01 John Price 2003-04 Billy Prine 1998-99 Dustin Pruitt 2006-09 -RJason Ragan 2005-06 Eddie Reid 1990-91 Matt Reynolds 1996-99 Saul Rivera 1997-98 Corey Robbins 1999-00 Bubba Roberson 2002-03 Ricardo Rolle 2003-04 Carlos Romero 2006-09 J. C. Romero 1995-97 Chris Rose 1995- 99 Justin Rosen 2005-06 Milton Roque 2007 Lance Ruble 1998-99 Matt Ruffin 1992 Jody Russell 2002 -SJohan Sanchez 2006-07 Paul Sanders 1991-92 Cody Sanderson 2010 J.C. Santana 2004-05 Raul Santana 2002-04 Joe Savage 1990-91 Brian Schach 1999-02 Dan Shanahan 2003 Brad Sheffield 2008-10 Nick Sims 2001-02 Phillip Sirmon 2000-01 Doug Slay 1991-92 Danny Smith 1990 Jay Wayne Smith 2009

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Ricky Smith Steve Smith Scott Snow Jimmy Snyder Kirk Soares Daine Solomon Brad Sommerset Chris Sparks Matthew Sparks Brandon Speese Morgan Spraggins J.J. Stanbridge Grant Staniszewski David Stein Burk Stembridge Regis Stephens Stephen Stork T.J. Stringer Jarrod Stubbs Eddie Sullivan Shane Sullivan -TMichael Tedesco Cedric Theodore Guy Thigpen Nate Thomas Paul Thomas Mark Thompson Joey Thornell Jerry Tims Kevin Tracy Bubba Travis Brandon Turner Ira Turner -VMarco Valenzuela Johnny Vazques Scott Vereen Stephen Vicker John Vinciguerra Duke Vinson -WRyan Waltman Tim Watson Todd Watson Travis Watson Patrick Weaver Kevin Wentworth Greg West Keith West Howard Westfaul Cameron White Jeffery White Josh White Shane Whitfield Beau Wiggins Doug Williams Jeremy Williams Travis Williamson Daniel Williford John Wood -YTroy York

2003-04 1992-93 1992-94 1990-91 1994 2007-08 1998 2000-02 2008-09 2004-06 1992-93 1990-91 2005 1996 2006 2009 2008-09 2005 2004 1990 1992-93 2010 1998 2002 2005 1992-93 1991 1998-99 1990 1990 1992-94 2009 2008-09 1996-97 1995-98 1990-93 1993-94 1999-00 1992-93 20112002-04 1991-92 1998 2002-03 1994-95 2006 2002-03 1997-98 20102001-03 1999 1993-96 2004-06 1990 2011 2009-10 1998-99 2006-08 1990

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UMobile All-Time All-Americans Baseball: Joe Espada (1995-96) Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Kevin Orso (2009) Carlos Romero (2009) Softball: Charleste Vaughn (1990, 1993) Tonya Smith (1991) Ivy Dashkin (1991-92) Jennifer Hilliard (1993) Terri Chavis (1994, 1996, 1997) Katie Mahoney (1994-95) Melissa Thomas (1996-97) Coby Cashion (1996) Nikki Wilson (1997-98) Belinda Stein (1997) Sunny Russ (1997, 1999) Tiffany Genola (1998, 2002) Ronda Richardson (1999) Summer Powell (1999) Erin Hostrander (2001) Maria Soto (2003) Missy Passley (2003) Sylvia Bedgood (2003) Denisse Fuenmayor (2002-04) Kirby Baxter (2003-05) Meredith Tanner (2004-05) Brenda Box (2003-04) Stephanie Landrum (2004) Mayret Perez (2005-06) Evelyne Pare (2005) Linden Jones (2005-06) Angelica Yrigoyen (2006) Yaicey Sojo (2007-08) Anadys Suarez (2008) Jineth Pimentel (2008-09) Leslie Pickette (2009) Men’s Soccer: Dencho Vassilev (1992-93) Kirk Trotman (1992-94) Kevin Denerez (1994) Mickey Trotman (1994, 1996) Junior Noel (1995, 1997) Lee Chalmers (1995) Norman Dotch (1995) Glenn Benjamin (1996) Paul Oyuga (1997) Boniventure Maurti (1998-99) Matt Miller (1998-99) Chris Williams (2000, 2002) Remi Roy (1999) Adauto Neto (1999-01) Dominic Schell (1999) Ousmane Coulibaly (1999-01) James Gledhill (2000, 2002) Steven Linpow (2001)

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Andrew Bayliss (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002-03) Darren Toby (2003) Brady Bryant (2003) Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) Robert Ochan (2004) Andreas Rota (2004) Thomas Wharf (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) Ruben Diaz (2007-08) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Matt Watts (2007-08) Chris Dillon (2009-10) Deshorn Brown (2010) Stephen Okai (2010) Women’s Soccer: Kellie Mitchell (1994) Irina Teneva (1994-95) Solveig Baadsvik (1995) Pam Byrne (1995-96) Nina Wathne (1996-97) Nina Ellingsen (1996) Sara Krupa (1996-97) Therese Lewis (1996) Astrid Vierdal (1997) Christina Werner (1997) Jackie Law (1997-98) Katherine Sund (1997) Lindsay Grant (1997-98) Vanessa Sims (1997-98) Carmie Landeen (1998) Danielle Small (1998) Tracy Mulligan (1998) Hedda Houghland (1998) Tina Froberg (1998) Ane Stangeland (2000) Alissa Leffler (2000) Elizabeth McGowan (2000) Silje Lunde (2000) Tammie Thornton (2000) Nadine McCorry (2001) Allison Miller (2002) Rose Clemensen (2003, 2006) Kelly Baltieri (2006) Terri McCreadie (2006, 08) Anna Maddox (2008-10) Missy Stovall (2009) Christy Lachappelle (2010) Volleyball: Syretta Baldwin (2007) Whitney Knight (2007-09) Paula Stilkey (2008-09) Women’s Basketball: Bernadette Powe (1996-97) Edmarie Lumbsley (2001-02) Shanelle Stallworth (2002)

Kinga Rybarczyk (2005-06) Crystal Coston (2003-06) Danielle Goodly (2008-09) Men’s Basketball: Robert Jones (2007-08) Tremaine Perry (2004-05) Gimel Lewis (2005) Rene Antee (1999-00) Larry Edwards (1997) Eric Polite (1994) Dennis Powell (1994) Anderson Lignon (1989) Men’s Golf: Tim Brunson (1987-88) Rudy Mihelic (1987-88) Franklin Walley (1989) Mike Graham (1990) Keith Turner (1990-92) Mark Hall (1993) Phillip Nice (1997) Ewan Wilson (997) Tim Butler (1997) Peter Quigley (1997) Andrew Bayliss (2000-03) David Tuyo (2000) Graeme Brown (1998, 2001-02) Matt Drinkard (2006) Women’s Golf: Kathy Ziglo (1994-95) Fiona Young (1996-98) Maria Boivie (1997) Christine Clark (1997) Deanne Tolbird (2000) Maegan Rice (2007-08, 2010) Men’s Tennis: Andrew Batie (1992) Joakim Appelqvist (1992) Jacques Theron (1993-95) Mattias Karlsson (1993-94) Christer Fellwing (1993-94) Frank Chauzu (1993) Michael McMahon (1994-96, 98) Rickard Strom (1994-95) Timothy Smith (1995) Julien Chauvin (1995) Fernando Ibarrola (1995-98) Lasse Koskinen (1995) Jauffrey Faustini (1996) Dean Owen (1996) Gustavo Marcaccio (1996) Leif Meineke (1997-98) Malik Tabet (1997-98) Marcel Van Der Heide (1997-98) Roger Jung (1997) Joe Liberatore (1998)

University of Mobile

Women’s Tennis: Radina de la Pena (1989-91) Karina Macias (1989, 1991-92) Malin Lundin (1991-92) Joanne Crothers (1992) Christiana Rodriguez (1992) Petra Thuresson (1992) Marilla Andrade (1993-94) Anna Larsheim (1993) Cecilia Robles (1993) Melissa Metcalfe (1993-94) Marina Nyman (1994-97) Anna Moll (1994) Anita Pearson (1994) Marine Franchot (1995-97) Isabella Listowska (1995-97) Cassandra Mavin (1995, 1997) Martine Van der Bijl (1995) Ingrid Van Gelder (1995) Manon Buskens (1996) Martina Kopacova (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1997-98) Tania Kovatchka (1998) Andreea Petrisor (1998) Martina Rodriguez (1998) Josy Soares (2006) Men’s Cross Country: Musa Kimeli (2003) Women’s Cross Country: Ivana Skladana (1995) Petra Staskova (1995) Zola Davis (1998) Outdoor Track & Field (M): Keith Melanson (1994) Gus Ibarra (1995) Josh Ginsburg (2000) Outdoor Track & Field (W): Ivana Skladana (1993) Petra Staskova (1996, 1998) Zola Davis (1999) Indoor Track & Field (W): Ivana Skladana (1995-96) Summer Hutcheson (1999)


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