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UMobile History 2010: Finished the season 20-34 overall and 14-20 in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference play. 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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2012 UMobile Baseball Media Guide  

Media guide for the 2012 University of Mobile baseball team

2012 UMobile Baseball Media Guide  

Media guide for the 2012 University of Mobile baseball team

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