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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information 3 Atheletic Director 4 Schedule 5

2012 Panthers Roster 7 Returning Players 8 Newcomers 15 Head Coach 18 Assistant Coaches 19

2012 Opponents Non Conference 21 Conference 22

2011 Review Season Highlights 26 Season Stats 30 Results 31 Final Standings 32 Post Season Awards 33

Panther History Team Records 35 Individual Records 36 All-Americans 37 In the Pros 38 2003 World Series Team 39 Field of Fame 40

Photo credits: Ben Smith and Andrew Towne Media Guide Created by Andrew Towne 2 | Neosho County Community College


GENERAL INFORMATION Mailing Address: 800 W. 14th, Chanute, KS 66720 Athletic Phone: 620-431-2820 ext. 208 Athletic Fax: 620-431-0387 Athletic E-Mail: aburdge@neosho.edu Website Address: www.neosho.edu School Mascot: Panther School Colors: Orange & Black Title Name Office Phone E-Mail Address College President: Dr. Brian Inbody X211 binbody@neosho.edu Athletic Director: Amber Burdge X208 aburdge@neosho.edu Assistant AD: Steven Harrison X555 sharrison@neosho.edu Sports Information: Steve Harrison X555 sharrison@neosho.edu Athletic Trainer Head Suzanna Butz X677 sbutz@neosho.edu Head Tomomi Kamoji X677 tkamoji@neosho.edu Baseball Head Steve Murry X249 smurry@neosho.edu Asst Mike Saddler X549 msaddler@neosho.edu Asst Taylor Henry thenry@neosho.edu Basketball (M) Head Jeremy Coombs X274 jcoombs@neosho.edu Asst Brandon Lesovsky X574 blesovsky@neosho.edu Basketball (W) Head Kelley Newton X281 knewton@neosho.edu Asst Dana Olsen X581 dolsen@neosho.edu Cheer/Dance Head Melissa Harrison X512 mharrison@neosho.edu Asst Christina Roberson X612 croberson@neosho.edu Soccer (Men) Head Steve Harrison X555 sharrison@neosho.edu Asst Johnny Adame X755 jadame@neosho.edu Soccer (Women) Head Damon Solomon X655 dsolomon@neosho.edu Asst Andrea Scott X787 ascott@neosho.edu Softball Head Alisa Tasler X291 atasler@neosho.edu Asst Dana McLaren X591 dmclaren@neosho.edu

Track & Field Head Tom Havron Asst Adam Wilcox Asst Chris Morriss Volleyball Head Asya Herron Asst Kat Carney

Wrestling

Head Asst Asst

X277 X572 X572

thavron@neosho.edu awilcox@neosho.edu cmorriss@neosho.edu

X245 X545

aherron@neosho.edu kcarney@neosho.edu

Wayne Petterson X210 Cole Johnson X521 Sean White X721

wpetterson@neosho.edu ccjohnson@neosho.edu swhite@neosho.edu

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ATHELETIC DIRECTOR Amber Burdge was named the Athletic Director in July of 2011. She comes to Neosho County Community College from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX, where she was named Assistant Athletics Director for Student Services in 2007, and was responsible for administration of the student services support for SFA’s 17 athletic programs. Since she came on board at SFA, Burdge saw 54 student-athletes named to Academic All-Southland Conference teams, with 17 earning First Team designation and nine named to Academic All-District teams. In her tenure, SFA student-athletes represented on the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll have increased over 50% to 96, and lead the conference as recent as Fall 2009. Burdge came to Nacogdoches from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, where she spent the 2006-07 year serving as the assistant athletics director for academics and the senior woman administrator. During her time in Corpus Christi, Burdge monitored the academic progress of all studentathletes, while coordinating academic support services for the men's and women's basketball teams. Burdge helped increase the number of Islander athletes on the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll grow from 12 to 58 from Fall 2006 to Spring 2007 and saw nine student-athletes named to All Academic Teams, two being first team. She also participated in the NCAA Champs/Life Skills Program for Islander athletics, as well as handling administrative responsibilities for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. Prior to her stay in Corpus Christi, Burdge spent the previous year at Cleveland State University serving as the athletic academic advisor for men's and women's basketball and at-risk studentathletes. Under her guidance, the Viking men’s basketball team was able to achieve the highest team GPA in recorded program history. Burdge has also spent a combined six years working for academic services at Oklahoma State. During her time in Stillwater, Burdge served as a mentor for the OSU Academic Services for Student-Athletes, as well as helping oversee the academic progress of the student-athletes and assisting in the Innovative Education course. Burdge completed her Bachelor of Science in Health in 2000 and her Master of Science in Counseling and Student Personnel in 2004 at Oklahoma State University.

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2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Location Time Wed. February 15 Ottawa University JV Hudson Field Saturday February 18 Brown Mackie College Hudson Field Sunday February 19 Brown Mackie College Hudson Field Wed. February 22 Ottawa University JV Ottawa, KS Saturday February 25 Des Moines Area Community College Hudson Field Sunday February 26 Des Moines Area Community College Hudson Field Wed. February 29 Crowder College Neosho, MO Saturday March 3 Coffeyville Community College Hudson Field Sunday March 4 Coffeyville Community College Hudson Field Wednesday March 7 Baker University JV Hudson Field Saturday March 10 Fort Scott Community College Fort Scott, KS Sunday March 11 Fort Scott Community College Fort Scott, KS Wednesday March 14 Seminole State College TBA Saturday March 17 Independence Community College Independence, KS Sunday March 18 Independence Community College Independence, KS Saturday March 24 Kansas City Kansas Community College Hudson Field Sunday March 25 Kansas City Kansas Community College Hudson Field Saturday March 31 Labette Community College Hudson Field Sunday April 1 Labette Community College Hudson Field Friday April 6 Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS Saturday April 7 Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS Wednesday April 11 Baker University JV Baldwin City, KS Saturday April 14 Highland Community College Highland, KS Sunday April 15 Highland Community College Highland, KS Tuesday April 17 Crowder College Hudson Field Saturday April 21 Cowley College- Multigenerational Game Hudson Field Sunday April 22 Cowley College Hudson Field Saturday April 28 Allen Community College Hudson Field Sunday April 29 Allen Community College Hudson Field May 5-7 Region VI Playoffs TBA May 12-14 Central District Championships Wichita, KS

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 2:00 (1x9) 1:00* 1:00* 1:00 1:00* 1:00* 1:00 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 4:00 1:00* 1:00* 2:00 (1x9) 1:00* 1:00* 1:00* 1:00*

Home games are in bold. *Denotes Conference Game. All games are double headers unless otherwise noted

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2012 ROSTER #

00 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 24 25 27 30 31 32 33 35 37 40 42 43 45

Name

Keith Winterowd Robbe Ewing Garrett Schaede Max Ising Matt Milner Jon Furlong Josh Merrill Danton Maddox Tyler Kjellsen Jacob Walters Kaz Sanders Jackson Rowe Connor Kohlscheen Adam Giacalone Mason Marshall Chance Sinclair Tyler Toma Taylor Graham Kenny McKee Nick Feighner Michael Kirkland Rowdy Dove Jordan Miller Tyler Palmer Alec Naifeh Evan Smith Daniel Peterson Matt Strahm Dalton Majors Dalton Cox Tanner Dahl Jordan Musto Jeff Boyd Coaching Staff Steve Murry Mike Saddler Taylor Henry Zack Murry

YR Pos

FR C FR INF SO INF SO RHP FR INF SO RHP FR INF/RHP FR OF SO RHP FR RHP/OF SO INF FR LHP FR INF SO INF/RHP FR C FR OF/RHP FR OF R-FR LHP SO RHP R-FR OF SO RHP FR INF SO OF SO C SO OF FR C SO RHP SO LHP SO RHP SO LHP FR RHP R-FR C FR RHP Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

B/T HT WT Hometown R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R L/R R/R R/R L/R L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R R/L R/R R/R R/R

5'9 6'0 6'1 5'11 6'0 6'0 6'1 6'1 6'2 6'0 5'11 5'10 6'1 6'2 6'1 6'4 5'11 6'3 6'3 6'0 6'5 6'1 6'0 5'11 6'1 5'10 6'6 6'3 6'7 5'11 6'1 6'0 6'2

180 165 210 165 165 185 165 190 175 160 170 150 165 215 180 170 185 190 190 180 205 225 160 200 195 175 190 170 210 180 165 185 180

Grain Valley, MO Stockton, MO Owasso, OK Lee's Summit, MO Shawnee, KS Bixby, OK Wichita, KS Raytown, MO Broken Arrow, OK Lenexa, KS Fletcher, OK Leawood, KS Norman, OK Shawnee, KS Lookeba, OK Spring Hill, KS Peachtree City, GA Girard, KS Sapulpa, OK Shawnee, KS Sand Springs, OK Pryor, OK Spring Hill, KS El Reno, OK Sapulpa, OK Olathe, KS Lenexa, KS West Fargo, ND Hydro, OK Blanchard, OK West Fargo, ND Tulsa, OK Lenexa, KS

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RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Infielder Owasso, OK

2011 Season Stats: Avg: .318 Slg %: .559 Runs: 40 Hits: 57 Doubles: 9 Triples: 2 HR: 10 RBI’s: 48 SO: 36 BB: 10

Sophomore - Pitcher Lee’s Summit, MO 2011 Season Stats: W-L: 1-1 Saves: 4 ERA: 3.73 IP: 20.2 SO: 29 BB: 13 HR: 1 B/Avg: .266 8 | Neosho County Community College


RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Pitcher Bixby, OK

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 3-2 Saves: 0 ERA: 4.05 IP: 27.2 SO: 21 BB: 4 HR: 0 B/Avg: .342

Sophomore - Pitcher Broken Arrow OK 2011 Season Stats: W-L: 1-1 Saves: 1 ERA: 3.32 IP: 12.2 SO: 7 BB: 6 HR: 0 B/Avg: .277

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RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Outfielder Fletcher, OK

2011 Season Stats: Avg: .321 Slg %: .358 Runs: 30 Hits: 35 Doubles: 4 Triples: 0 HR: 1 RBI’s: 29 SO: 21 BB: 21

Sophomore - RHP/INF Shawnee, KS

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 10-1 ERA: 2.10 IP: 83.1 SO: 83 Avg: .396 HR: 18 RBI’s: 102 Slg%: .786 10 | Neosho County Community College


RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Pitcher Sapupla, OK

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 0-0 Saves: 0 ERA: 2.62 IP: 2.2 SO: 5 BB: 3 HR: 0 B/Avg: .222

Sophomore - Pitcher Sand Springs, OK

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 2-1 Saves: 0 ERA: 4.54 IP: 12.1 SO: 13 BB: 7 HR: 1 B/Avg: .314

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RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Catcher El Reno, OK

2011 Season Stats: Avg: .266 Slg %: .489 Runs: 28 Hits: 25 Doubles: 4 Triples: 1 HR: 5 RBI’s: 23 SO: 16 BB: 9

Sophomore - Outfielder Sapulpa, OK

2011 Season Stats: Avg: .211 Slg %: .316 Runs: 5 Hits: 8 Doubles: 1 Triples: 0 HR: 1 RBI’s: 8 SO: 10 BB: 5 12 | Neosho County Community College


RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Pitcher DeSoto, KS

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 4-2 Saves: 0 ERA: 3.81 IP: 64.1 SO: 48 BB: 21 HR: 5 B/Avg: .286

Sophomore - Pitcher West Fargo, ND

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 9-3 Saves: 0 ERA: 2.82 IP: 67 SO: 77 BB: 20 HR: 4 B/Avg: .248

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RETURNING PLAYERS Sophomore - Pitcher Hydro, OK

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 1-2 Saves: 0 ERA: 3.36 IP: 16.2 SO: 16 BB: 10 HR: 0 B/Avg: .304

Sophomore - Pitcher Blanchard, OK

2011 Season Stats: W-L: 4-0 Saves: 0 ERA: 0.43 IP: 16.1 SO: 13 BB: 7 HR: 0 B/Avg: .154 14 | Neosho County Community College


RETURNING PLAYERS

RS- Freshman - Pitcher Girard, KS

2011 Season Stats: Redshirt Season

RS- Freshman - Catcher Tulsa, OK

2011 Season Stats: Redshirt Season

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NEWCOMERS

#00 Keith winterowd freshman catcher grain valley, mo

#2 Robbe Ewing freshman Infielder stockton, mo

#5 Matt Milner freshman Infielder Shawnee, ks

#7 Josh Merrill freshman inf/rhp wichita, ks

#8 Danton Maddox freshman outfield raytown, mo

#10 Jacob Walters freshman OF/RHP Lenexa, ks

#12 Jackson Rowe freshman Pitcher leawood, ks

#13 Connor Kohlscheen freshman Infield norman, ok

# 15 Mason Marshall freshman Catcher Lookeba, OK

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NEWCOMERS

#16 Chance Sinclair freshman OF/rhp leawood, ks

#25 Rowdy Dove freshman infield pryor, ok

#17 Tyler toma freshman Outfielder peachtree city, ga

#21 Nick feighner rs-freshman Outfield shawnee, ks

#27 Jordan Miller freshman outfield Spring hill, ks

#42 Tanner dahl freshman pitcher west fargo, nd

#32 Evan smith freshman catcher olathe, ks

#45 Jeff boyd freshman pitcher lenexa, ks

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HEAD COACH

Steve Murry Hometown: Grand Island, NE. High School: Grand Island Senior HS '79 Junior College: Cloud County Community College '81 College: Ft. Hays State University Undergraduate Degree: Physical Education Graduate Degree: Physical Education Years as NCCC Head Coach: 26th year Overall Record: 748-527

Coaching Career: Steve Murry assumed the Head Coaching job for Neosho County in June of 1986. He succeeded Carl Robb and became only the second coach ever for Neosho Baseball. During his twenty four year stint, the Panthers have won over 700 games, Jayhawk Conference Championships in 1994, 2003 & 2006 and a Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division Sub-Regional Championships in 1999 , 2006, and 2011 and set a school record with 46 wins in 2011. The Panthers have also been Region VI Champions in 2003 and qualified for the World Series and have been the Regional Runner-up in 1999 & 2001 and third in 2006 also. After his playing days, Murry spent three years as an assistant at Ft. Hays with three nationally ranked teams before he reconstructed "Panther Baseball". As a coach at Neosho, he has added many accomplishments: * Over 375 players placed at a 4 year on scholarship * Over 180 of the above at the Division one level * 32 Panthers offered pro contracts * Twenty Two Academic All-Americans * Seven All-Americans * Jayhawk Conference titles in 1994, 2003 & 2006 * 14 Jayhawk Conference runner-ups * A Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division Sub-Regional title in 1999 & 2006 & 2011 * Regional Runner-up Finishes in 1999 and 2001 * His teams have rewrote the record book at NCCC * Built beautiful Hudson Field on campus * A near 100% graduation rate from his players

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* Selected as "Instructor of the Year" at Neosho County Community College in 1999-2000 school year. * 2009 recipient of NISOD Award of Excellence for Faculty * Named Jayhawk Conference Coach of the Year in 2002 & 2005 * Region VI Champions in 2003 * World Series Qualifier in 2003 * Central District "Coach of the Year" in 2003 * Won his 500th game on Apr. 13, 2004 vs. KCK Besides his coaching duties, Murry also serves as Assistant Athletic Director and as a Physical Education instructor. Murry and his lovely wife Kim of over 30 years are the proud parents of Zack (24) who played in the Colorado Rockies organization and is married to his grade school sweetheart, the former Jory Wire, and daughter, Mallori (21) who graduated from Neosho in 2009 and attends Pittsburg State University.


ASSISTANT COACHES

Mike Saddler Hometown: Colby, KS High School: Colby HS Junior College: Colby Community College College: University of Kansas Years as Neosho Assistant Coach: 3rd Year

Zack Murry Hometown: Chanute, KS High School: Chanute High School College: Pittsburg State University Years as Neosho Assistant Coach: 2nd Year

Taylor Henry Hometown: Boulder, CO High School: Boulder High School Junior College: Neosho County Community College College: Quachita Baptist University Years as Neosho Assistant Coach: 1st Year

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2012 OPPONENTS

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NON CONFERENCE Ottawa University

Brown Mackie College

Location: Ottawa, Kansas Colors: Black and Yellow Nickname: Braves Conference: KCAC Website: www.ottawabraves.com Head Coach: Cory Blaine 2011 Record: 11-35

Location: Salina, Kansas Colors: Navy and White Nickname: Lions Conference: KJCCC D.II Website: www.brownmackie.edu/salina Head Coach: Steve Bartow 2011 Record: 4-37

Des Moines Area CC

Crowder College

Location: Des Moines, Iowa Colors: Black and Blue Nickname: Bears Conference: ICCAC Website: www.dmacc.edu/athletics Head Coach: Dan Fitzgerald 2011 Record: 48-18

Location: Neosho, MO Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Roughriders Conference: N/A Website: www.crowder.edu Head Coach: Travis Lallemand 2011 Record: 42-18

Baker University

Seminole State College

February 15 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm February 22 | Ottawa, KS | 1:00pm

February 25 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm February 26 | Ottawa, KS | 1:00pm

March 7 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm April 11 | Baldwin City, KS | 1:00pm Location: Baldwin City, Kansas Colors: Orange Nickname: Wildcats Conference: HAAC Website: www.bakeru.edu/athletics2 Head Coach: Phil Hannon 2011 Record: 19-22

February 18 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm February 19 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm

February 29 | Neosho, MO | 1:00pm April 17th | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm

March 14 | TBA | 1:00pm Location: Seminole, Oklahoma Colors: Navy, Scarlet and White Nickname: Trojans Conference: OCAC Website: www.sscathletics.com Head Coach: Jeff Shafer 2011 Record: 40-15

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CONFERENCE

Coffeyville CC

Fort Scott CC

Location: Coffeyville, Kansas Colors: Red and White Nickname: Ravens Conference: KJCCC Website: www.coffeyville.edu Head Coach: John Martin 2011 Record: 27-30

Location: Fort Scott, Kansas Colors: Maroon Nickname: Grayhounds Conference: KJCCC Website: www.fortscott.edu Head Coach: John Hill III 2011 Record: 42-18

Independence CC

Kansas City Kansas CC

Location: Independence, Kansas Colors: Navy Blue and Vegas Gold Nickname: Pirates Conference: KJCCC Website: www.indycc.edu Head Coach: Beau Schultz 2011 Record: 4-46

Location: Kansas City, Kansas Colors: Red and Blue Nickname: Blue Devils Conference: KJCCC Website: www.kckcc.edu Head Coach: Steve Burleson 2011 Record: 33-23

March 3 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm March 4 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm

March 17 | Independence, KS | 1:00pm March 18 | Independence, KS | 1:00pm

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March 10 | Fort Scott, KS | 1:00pm March 11 | Fort Scott, KS | 1:00pm

March 24 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm March 25 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm


CONFERENCE

Labette County CC

Johnson County CC

Location: Parsons, Kansas Colors: Red and White Nickname: Cardinals Conference: KJCCC Website: www.labette.edu Head Coach: Aaron Keal 2011 Record: 18-27

Location: Overland Park, Kansas Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Cavaliers Conference: KJCCC Website: www.jccc.edu Head Coach: Kent Shelley 2011 Record: 33-26

March 31 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm April 1 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm

April 6 | Overland Park, KS | 1:00pm April 7 | Overland Park, KS | 1:00pm

Highland CC

Cowley CC

Location: Highland, Kansas Colors: Navy and Gold Nickname: Scotties Conference: KJCCC Website: www.highlandcc.edu Head Coach: Rick Eberly 2011 Record: 24-32

Location: Arkansas City, Kansas Colors: Orange and Black Nickname: Tigers Conference: KJCCC Website: www.cowley.edu Head Coach: Dave Burroughs 2011 Record: 43-15

April 14 | Highland, KS | 1:00pm April 15 | Highland, KS | 1:00pm

April 21 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm April 22 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm

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CONFERENCE

Allen County CC April 28 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm April 29 | Chanute, KS | 1:00pm Location: Iola, Kansas Colors: Red and Black Nickname: Red Devils Conference: KJCCC Website: www.allencc.edu Head Coach: Valis McLean 2011 Record: 21-29

About the KJCCC One of the NJCAA’s most prolific conferences, the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference is dedicated to achieving the highest goals in the integration of academic and athletic endeavors. Individually, member schools have long been respected for successes both in its classrooms and its stadiums. In all, the KJCCC is home to more than 3,000 student-athletes on 244 teams in the 22 men’s and women’s KJCCC-sponsored sports. The men’s programs regulated by the conference include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor/outdoor track and field, rodeo, soccer, tennis and wrestling. The KJCCC-regulated women’s programs include basketball, cross country, dance, golf, indoor/outdoor track and field, rodeo, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball. Entering the 2011-12 competitive seasons for 10 men’s championships and 10 women’s title-attaining sports, KJCCC member institutions can boast of 120 NJCAA National Championships in 12 different men’s and women’s sports. However, the success of the conference from 1990 through the spring of 2011 is unprecedented. Of the 120 national titles, 92 have come during that span, 38 during the 1990s and another 54 in the first 11 years of the new millennium. In addition, 16 of its 19 members have won at least one national championship, and 13 have won two or more. The KJCCC has produced more than 5,000 NJCAA All-Americans and a number of athletes have continued to excel on the NAIA, NCAA, Olympic and professional levels.

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A look back... 2011 in review

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2011 IN REVIEW

Eric Dawson makes a diving stop at short stop during a game against Iowa Western early in the year.

Taylor Smith dives for homeplate against conference rival Fort Scott Community College.

Adam Giacalone at the plate on Breast Cancer Awarness Day. Giacalone set a school record with 102 RBI’s during the 2011 season. He also set the school record with 17 strikeouts during one game.

Left: Matt Strahm chilling in the dugout during a game against Johnson County. Right: Kaz Sanders makes a diving stop during the playoff game against Johnson County.

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2011 IN REVIEW

Jonathan Pomatto slides into home plate safe. Pomatto batted .347 and led the Panthers with 17 stolen bases in 2011.

Eric Dawson salutes a friend on Armed Forces Day at Hudson Field. Dawson also scored 77 runs during the season. That set a new school record.

Daniel Peterson pitches to a batter from Pratt Community College during the first game of the 2011 Sub-Regional which the Panthers hosted. Petterson went 4-2 on the season with a 3.81 ERA in 64.1 innings pitched for the Panthers.

Ben Jacks thanks a Veteran for coming out on Armed Forces Day.

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2011 IN REVIEW

Adam Giacalone is greeted at home plate by Caleb Compton and Nick Doughty. Giacalone led the Panthers with 18 home runs.

Above: Kaz Sanders connects on one of his 35 hits on the season. Sanders batted .321 for the Panthers and had only 1 home run on the season. The home run was a grand slam against Johnson County. Left: Matt Strahm in action. He was 9-3 with a 2.82 ERA on the season for Neosho County. He had a team high 9 complete games in the 12 games he started.

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2011 IN REVIEW

Top: The Panthers warming up at the Regional Tournament in Wichita, Kansas. Bottom: Austen Colt fields a ball at the Regional Tournament. He batted .383 on the seson with 14 homeruns.

Coach Steve Murry gives the umpire an ear full concering a call during the 2nd game. Coach Murry led the Panthers to a season record of 46-14. Those 46 wins broke yet another school record for wins in a single season.

Garrett Schaede, the Panthers third baseman, batted .318 on the season and hit 10 homeruns. Schaede was 1 of only 3 players to hit double digits in the home run category.

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2011 STATS the batters PLAYER

Caleb Compton Adam Giacalone Nick Doughty Austen Colt Jon Pomatto Eric Dawson Kaz Sanders Garrett Schaede Taylor Smith Tommy Keith Tyler Palmer Alec Naifeh ---------Max Ising Chris Jones Tanner Cruts

AVG GP-GS AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG% BB

SO

SB-ATT E

7-9 4-5 1-4 17-24 17-20 17-21 1-3 5-5 1-2 0-1 2-2 3-4

2 6 0 14 5 9 1 1 1 0 5 1

.400 6-0 5 .316 20-4 19 .056 15-3 18

0 11 3

2 6 1

0 3 0

1 0 0

0 0 0

1 4 0

.800 0 .474 8 .056 4

2 6 8

0-0 0-0 0-0

0 1 3

.399 .396 .395 .383 .347 .335 .321 .318 .295 .286 .266 .211

60-60 60-60 60-60 60-60 55-53 60-60 48-39 58-52 27-16 36-29 34-34 24-10

183 192 200 227 150 206 109 179 44 84 94 38

64 61 52 72 44 77 30 40 11 22 28 5

73 76 79 87 52 69 35 57 13 24 25 8

20 17 28 21 4 7 4 9 3 4 4 1

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

3 18 8 14 0 0 1 10 1 2 5 1

45 102 55 58 25 39 29 48 15 15 23 8

.568 .786 .685 .705 .440 .408 .385 .559 .523 .405 .489 .316

44 40 20 14 22 31 21 10 10 18 9 5

30 24 25 51 35 21 21 36 10 21 16 10

The Pitchers PLAYER

Adam Giacalone Matt Strahm Ben Jacks Daniel Peterson Nick Fowble ---------Stephen Williams Ethan Ericson Dalton Cox Clint Barnes Kenny McKee Tyler Kjellsen Dalton Majors Max Ising Jon Pomatto Jon Furlong Michael Kirkland EJ Merlo Taylor Smith

ERA W-L

APP-GS CG SV

12-12 12-12 10-9 12-12 13-6

4 9 2 3 2

0 0 0 0 0

IP

0.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.43 4-0 2.40 2-0 2.62 0-0 3.32 1-1 3.36 1-2 3.73 1-1 3.82 0-0 4.05 3-2 4.54 2-1 5.73 0-0 21.00 0-0

2-0 1-0 17-0 9-0 3-1 11-1 14-0 23-0 3-0 9-7 9-0 5-0 2-0

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

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

2.0 1.2 16.1 11.2 2.2 12.2 16.2 20.2 3.2 27.2 12.1 3.2 1.0

2.10 2.82 3.62 3.81 3.83

10-1 9-3 3-1 4-2 6-0

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83.1 67.0 48.1 64.1 38.1

H

70 63 68 75 47

0 1 8 7 2 13 17 21 10 41 16 3 2

R

36 28 33 42 24

0 0 1 4 1 7 9 12 2 19 9 3 3

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

1 1 2 3 0

HR

0 0 1 4 1 6 8 11 2 16 8 3 3

2 0 7 2 3 6 10 13 1 4 7 5 3

3 2 13 7 5 7 16 29 3 21 13 5 1

0 1 2 3 1 1 5 3 0 6 2 0 1

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

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

25 27 25 35 21

14 20 12 21 14

83 77 35 48 31

7 14 7 11 7

1 4 3 5 3


2011 RESULTS def Brown Mackie 10-0 (6) def Brown Mackie 12-1 (5) def #10 Iowa Western 4-2 lost to #10 Iowa Western 11-10 lost to Crowder College MO 7-5 lost to Crowder College MO 3-2 lost to Seminole State OK 3-1 def Seminole State OK 7-4 lost to Allen 8-7* (8) def Allen 9-0* (7) def Allen 15-3* (5) def Allen 5-2* lost to Coffeyville 3-2* (9) def Coffeyville 8-3* lost to Coffeyville 5-4* def Coffeyville 4-1* def Brown Mackie 12-3 def Brown Mackie 18-1 (5) def Fort Scott 11-5* def Fort Scott 6-2* def Fort Scott 8-0* lost to Fort Scott 16-9* def Baker University JV 10-0 (5) def Baker University JV 15-0 (5) def Independence 8-3* def Independence 14-4* (8) def Independence 6-1* def Independence 11-3* lost to Kansas City KS 3-2* def Kansas City KS 11-2*

def Kansas City KS 9-2* def Kansas City KS 17-10* def Baker University JV 12-2 def Baker University JV 13-9 def Labette 17-6* (5) def Labette 6-2* def Labette 10-2* def Labette 12-11* def Maple Woods MO 13-3 (6) def Maple Woods MO 7-2 def Johnson County 3-2* def Johnson County 10-6* def Johnson County 11-3* def Johnson County 13-7* def Highland 4-1* def Highland 9-5* def Highland 10-1* (6) def Highland 12-6* def Okla Wesleyan JV 11-9 def Okla Wesleyan JV 8-0 (5) lost to #14 Cowley 8-7* (12) def #14 Cowley 10-5* lost to #14 Cowley 4-1* def #14 Cowley 5-4* lost to Crowder College MO 2-1 def Pratt 8-6

def Johnson County 17-4 (7) def Johnson County 10-0 (5) (Sub-Region Final) lost to Seward County 8-6 lost to Colby 4-1 (10)

* Conference Game Bold - Playoffs

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2011 FINAL STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION Cowley College Neosho County Fort Scott Coffeyville Kansas City, KS Johnson County Highland Labette Allen Independence

Confreence W L 30 6 29 7 23 13 19 17 18 18 16 20 15 21 15 21 13 23 2 34

Season W L 43 15 46 14 42 18 27 30 33 23 33 26 24 32 18 27 21 29 4 46

RS/G 7.8 8.5 7.6 4.8 7.6 7.7 4.9 4.7 6.9 3.6

RA/G % 4.9 0.833 3.9 0.806 4.4 0.639 6.2 0.528 5.7 0.500 5.3 0.444 7.1 0.417 6.1 0.417 8.2 0.361 9.2 0.056

WESTERN DIVISION Seward County Colby Barton Hutchinson Garden City Butler Dodge City Pratt Cloud County

Conference W L 24 8 23 9 20 12 19 13 18 14 16 16 12 20 6 26 6 26

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Season W L 46 20 42 20 37 21 33 23 41 23 31 27 30 29 24 35 23 33

RS/G 8.0 7.7 7.8 5.9 6.9 4.8 6.6 5.6 5.2

RA/G % 5.8 0.750 5.3 0.718 5.0 0.625 5.6 0.593 5.6 0.562 6.4 0.500 6.8 0.375 6.4 0.188 6.0 0.188


2011 AWARDS NJCAA All-Americans Adam Giacalone Caleb Compton

Infield Outfield

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NJCAA All-Region VI First Team Adam Giacalone Infield Austen Colt Infield Caleb Compton Outfield Nick Doughty Designated Hitter Second Team Adam Giacalone Pitcher Defensive Player of the Year Thomas Keith, Catcher, Neosho County

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KJCCC All-Conference

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Adam Giacalone - Neosho County FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Adam Giacalone - Neosho County DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Thomas Keith - Neosho County FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE POSITION NAME OF PLAYER COLLEGE First Base: Adam Giacalone Neosho County Second Base: Austen Colt Neosho County Designated Hitter: Nick Doughty Neosho County Outfield: Caleb Compton Neosho County Pitchers: Adam Giacalone Neosho County Pitchers: Matt Strahm Neosho County SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Short Stop: Eric Dawson Neosho County Pitchers: Daniel Peterson Neosho County HONORABLE MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE Catcher: Thomas Keith Neosho County Pitchers: Nick Fowble Neosho County

YR FR SO SO SO FR FR SO FR SO FR

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Panther history

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TEAM RECORDS Year

W-L

1986-87 12-30 1987-88 21-19 1988-89 19-17 1989-90 24-20 1990-91 23-20 1991-92 25-22 1992-93 25-20 1993-94 29-12## 1994-95 28-17 1995-96 26-26 1996-97 31-27 1997-98 32-22 1998-99 29-23

Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

W-L 40-19**# 38-16** 40-15 42-15*## 31-22 29-29 44-15# 32-22## 24-30 26-26 32-26 46-14#

* Regional Champions/World Series Qualifiar **Regional Runner Up #Sub Regional Champions ##Conference Champions

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Top 3 All Time - Batting Average

Numbers .487 .482 .481

Record Holder Niko Bouzos Matt Blando Steve Winkelmann

Year 1999 1988 2006

Top 3 All Time Most Runs Scored

Numbers 77 72 72

Record Holder Eric Dawson Austen Colt Jeremy Isenhower

Year 2011 2011 2000

Top 3 All Time - Most Hits

Numbers 89 87 86

Record Holder Cameron Bentley Austen Colt Steve WInkelmann

Year 2010 2011 2006

Top 3 All Time - Most Doubles

Numbers 28 28 27

Record Holder Nick Doughty Steve Winkelmann Jeremy Isenhower

Year 2011 2006 2000

Top 3 All Time - Most Triples

Numbers 8 8 5

Record Holder Year Cameron Bentley 2010 Eric Shortell 2005 by 5 players Various

Numbers 24 19 18

Record Holder Robby Reed Robby Reed Adam Giacalone

Top 3 All Time - Most HR's

Year 2002 2001 2011

Top 5 All Time - Stolen Bases

Numbers Record Holder 42 Bentley & Shortell 35 Alan Trayler 30 Zack Murry

Year 10 & 06 2009 2007

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Top 3 All Time - Earned Run Average (30ip)

Numbers 1.08 1.56 1.58

Record Holder Mike Perkins Vince Peters Andy Sorenson

Year 2000 1993 1999

Top 3 All Time - Wins by a Pitcher

Numbers 10 10 10

Record Holder Jason Herman Ethan Crum Adam Giacalone

Numbers 88.1 83.1 83.0

Record Holder Ethan Crum Adam Giacalone Pat Meagher

Year 2002 1998 2011

Top 3 All Time - Innings Pitched

Year 1998 2011 1996

Top 5 All Time - Most Strikeouts by a Pitcher

Numbers 89 89 83 81 77

Record Holder Ethan Crum Brian Williams Adam Giacalone Boomer Potts Matt Strahm

Year 1998 1988 2011 2006 2011


ALL-AMERICANS NJCAA All-Americans Adam Giacalone Caleb Compton Cameron Bentley Zack Murry Steve Winkelmann Jeremy Isenhower Brad Kennedy Jake Patterson Matt Blando

1B OF CF SS 3B SS 2B 1B C

2011 2011 2010 2007 2006 2000 1994 1993 1988

Academic All-Americans Tim Lackovic Zack Murry Brady Ellis Kiel Loebsack Matt Ogden David Nimz Mannie Trujillo Doug Taylor Brian Minks Jake Williams Tommy Tatum Ryan Eddy Casey Bough David Knotts Jerrod Smith Kelly Schwieger Rob Ellison Trevor Van Wyk Tom Sullivan Jeff Rogers

2009 2007 2007 2005 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1996 1996 1994 1993 1991

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IN THE PROS 2009 Danial McHenry - Signed to play Independent Ball

1996 Kurt Umbarger-signed with Adirondack Lumberjacks

2008 Boomer Potts - Signed with Toronto Blue Jays Eric Shortell - Signed with Kansas City Royals

1995 Derek Adair -Drafted by the New York Yankees Jeremy Boncynski -Signed with the Columbia Mules Pat Driscoll -Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals and the Philadelphia Phillies

2007 Zack Murry-Signed with Colorado Rockies 2006 Zack Murry-Drafted by Colorado Rockies 2005 Josh Jarman - signed with Surprise Falcons Drew Garner - signed with the KC T-Bones Jason Herman - drafted by Pittsburg Pirates Scott Lucas - signed by the Minnesota Twins Nick Shay - drafted by Evansville Otters 2004 Jimmy Sledge - signed by the Evansville Otters Robby Reed- signed with the Evansville Otters 2002 Jeremy Isenhower -Drafted by Philadelphia Phillies 1998 Brian Minks -Drafted by Cleveland Indians 1997 Sean Bryan -Drafted by Kansas City Royals

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1994 Jay Burkhart -Signed with the Regina Cyclones Brad Kennedy -Drafted by the New York Mets and the St. Louis Cardinals Darin Morgan -Signed with Cincinnati Reds 1993 Mike Edwards -Drafted by the San Francisco Giants Kent Ervin -Drafted by the Colorado Rockies Jake Patterson -Drafted by the Minnesota Twins 1992 Joe Barbao -Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies 1991 Tiny Van Rheen -Signed with the Detroit Tigers 1989 Travis Shaffer -Drafted by the New York Mets


2003 WORLD SERIES

Neosho County Panther baseball team won the Region VI tournament and advanced to the NJCAA World Series for the first time in school history in 2003.

The Panthers would go 0-2 in their first appearance at the NJCAA World Series. They would lose to Spartanburg Methodist College (South Carolina) 4-2 and Indian Hills (Iowa) 12-2. The Panthers look to return to Grand Junction, Colorado in 2012.

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FIELD OF FAME

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FIELD OF FAME

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Neosho County Panther 2012 Baseball Media Guide  

Neosho County Panther 2012 Baseball Media Guide.

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