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2013 Media Guide

NORTH GEORGIA BASEBALL

2013 MEDIA GUIDE

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location Founded Enrollment: Nickname Colors Affiliation Conference President Director of Athletics Faculty Representative Website

Dahlonega, Georgia 1873 16,000 Saints Royal Blue & White NCAA Division II Peach Belt Dr. Bonita Jacobs Lindsay Reeves Margaret Poitevint www.SaintsSports.com

SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS

Director Alma Mater, Yr Office Phone Cell Phone Email

Milledge Austin USC Aiken, 2009 706-867-3250 803-270-5716 mgaustin@northgeorgia.edu

PROGRAM HISTORY

Inaugural Season 2000 (13 Years) All-Time Record 499-284 (.637) Most Wins in a Season 57 (2005) NCAA Appearances 1 (2008) Last Postseason Opponent USC Aiken Result L, 11-2 - PBC Tournament (2012) PBC Tournament Championships 1

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Record at NG Career Record Office Phone Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Tom Cantrell (Dekalb, 1985) 499-284 (13 Yrs) 676-336 (17 Yrs) 706-867-2754 Michael Holder (Augusta St. 2001) Nick Palmer (North Ga., 2009) Cody Clickner (North Ga., 2012) Zachary Adams (Alabama, 2009)

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 Record 2012 PBC Record Home Record Away Record Neutral Starters Returning/Lost Pitchers Returning/Lost Newcomers

24-28 13-17 12-12 10-12 2-4 4/4 5/5 16

TABLE OF CONTENTS Season Preview.................................2-3 University of North Georgia................4-5 Athletics Administration......................... 6 Peach Belt Conference......................... 7 2013 Roster........................................... 8 2013 Schedule...................................... 9 2013 Opponents.............................10-13 2013 Hotel Information........................ 13 Sports/Media Information.................... 14 Bob Stein Stadium............................... 15 Head Coach Tom Cantrell..............16-17 Assistant Coaches..........................18-19 Support Staff........................................ 19 2013 Players..................................20-33 2012 Peach Belt Statistics................... 33 2012 UNG Statistics.......................34-35 2012 Schedule/Results....................... 36 All-Time Award Winners...................... 37 Honor Roll......................................38-39 Record Book...................................40-49 2013 Sponosors.............................50-70

The 2013 North Georgia Baseball Media Guide was written compiled and edited by Milledge Austin and the Sports Communications office. Photos by Bill Akin and Skyhawk Sports Photography.

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2013 SEASON PREVIEW: Saints Looking Forward to New Season with Young Team For the University of North Georgia baseball team and head coach Tom Cantrell, the first of February can not get here soon enough as the Saints are ready to put 2012 behind them and focus on a new season. The 2012 team went 24-28 with a 13-17 mark in the Peach Belt Conference en route to a fourth-place finish in the West Division. After a 10-5 start through the first 15 games of the season, the team struggled with consistency as they entered their league slate. They advanced to the conference tournament, but back to back losses to Armstrong Atlantic State University and the University of South Carolina Aiken ended the Saints’ season. “I am really looking forward to rebounding after a disappointing

season in 2012,” said Cantrell. “It is time for us to get back to where we need to be and I feel that this group can help us get there.” For Cantrell, that means winning. In his 17-year career as a head coach, Cantrell has posted a 676-336 record, including a 499284 mark in 13 years at the helm of North Georgia’s baseball program, and has claimed six conference championships. Last season ended with Cantrell on the cusp of claiming his 500th win at North Georgia, and while it is certain he wants to claim that next win, he is not focusing on it in terms of his career; rather, he is thinking of it in terms of the team and program being successful. He has already passed the 500 and 600 career marks and that allows him to focus more on mak-

Above: Catcher Eason Spivey started 51 games behind the plate for North Georgia in 2012 as a redshirt sophomore. The Saints will turn to him to help lead the young team in 2013 both on the field and at the plate.

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ing the 2013 squad competitive in every game. Cantrell and staff will have plenty of talent to work on that goal this season even though they will be the youngest squad in the PBC and one of the youngest in the country. Heading into the season, the Saints boast 13 freshmen and 11 sophomores taking on the bulk of the load but several of the underclassmen saw plenty of action last season. The team will also have five juniors – mostly transfers – and just three seniors filling in to help with the leadership. “We don’t care whether a player is a freshmen or a fifthyear senior,” Cantrell stated. “We are looking to place the best nine guys on the field that give us the greatest opportunity to win. If that means fielding all freshmen and sophomores, then that is what we will do. I am counting on every man working hard out there to help us be competitive.” Infield On the current roster of 32, 12 of those are listed as infielders. Of those 12, only Derek Hooper and Eason Spivey have played extensively at the college level and those are the two that Cantrell will rely on to keep the team together. Hooper, who is in his third year in the program after beginning his career at LaGrange College, started 51 of 52 games last season mostly at second base. Of the returners who saw significant action, Hooper brings the secondmost consistent bat to the plate as he batted .314 last season off 65 hits. He also accounted for 132

Above: Senior outfielder Kenny Bellavance is the most senior member of the squad and will be relied upon at the plate where he boasts a .329 career batting average in 157 career games at North Georgia.

putouts and 161 assists. As a redshirt freshman, Spivey was handed the keys to the defense last year as the starting catcher in 51 games. With that first year under his belt, Spivey will look to lead the 2013 defense and provide the Saints with a solid backstop. Behind those two, the next most experienced player is Travis Naraine who served mostly as the designated hitter in 41 games a season ago with a batting average of .279. The other three positions will surely be an open competition as the beginning of the season draws near. Outfield In the outfield, North Georgia will have eight players competing for the three positions, but two of those should already be locked up

by returners Kenny Bellavance and Andrew Gordon who have played 202 combined collegiate games. Bellavance is the most senior member of the squad as he is the only player to have three years at North Georgia under his belt. Last season, he played mostly in center field where he recorded 111 putouts and he was also one of North Georgia’s leaders at the plate as he batted .333 in 200 at-bats. Cantrell and staff will continue to look to the Stone Mountain, Ga. native this season for that same leadership. As a redshirt freshman last year, Gordon started 45 games in right field for the Saints where he recorded 107 putouts and seven assists. At the plate, he batted .265 and is second amongst the returners with 26 runs batted in. Pitchers On the mound, North Georgia will return a core group of five that, along with three junior transfers, will lead the pitching corps in 2013. Returning starters Jacob Beauchamp and Taylor Keinat saw the most significant innings of work a season ago. Beauchamp returns with the best earned run average of the group with a 3.96 in 72.2 innings of work. Last season, he went 5-2 with one save and fanned 45 batters while Keinat went 4-5 with two saves in 68.2 innings, including one complete game. As for relievers, sophomores Phillip Taylor, Chip Fleming and Nick Bader will provide the backup. Taylor struck out 22 batters a season ago and recorded one save in 36.1 innings. Cantrell also brought in juniors Christian Turnipseed, Clint Spratlin and Trace McDaniel to help add experience to his pitching staff. McDaniel and Spratlin played

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together at Chattahoochee Valley Community College the past two years while Turnipseed comes over from Georgia Perimeter College. “We are looking for competitors,” Cantrell said of his entire team. “We are looking for guys that will, day and day out, give us a chance to win and leave it all out on the field.” The young squad will need to bring its “A Game” each and every week in 2013 as the Saints will embark on a grueling 50-game schedule that includes six ranked opponents according to the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper preseason poll. The Saints start things off against No. 28 Lynn University in the Valdosta State Tournament on Friday, Feb. 1 and will continue on with a full slate of Peach Belt Conference games along with a tough out of conference slate.

Above: Sophomore left handed pitcher Jacob Beauchamp was one of the most consistent members of the Saints’ pitching staff in 2012 as a true freshman. Finished the year with a 3.96 ERA in 72.2 innings of work.

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

LINDSAY REEVES

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Lindsay Reeves is in her 12th year with North Georgia College & State University and third year as the Director of Athletics for the Saints. She spent three years as Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Women’s Administrator before being named Athletic Director when Randy Dunn retired after 28 years with the university. Reeves graduated from Ithaca College with a BS in Physical Education and received her Master’s from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Exercise Physiology. After completing her education, she worked as the Director of Testing at Sports Training Institute in N.Y., before taking over as Assistant Director of Health & Fitness at General Electric World Headquarters in CT. From 1990-1999 she was the Director of Employee Wellness and faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill. Lindsay is married to Dave Reeves and they have a son Tim who is 24, and a daughter Kelley who is 22.

DEREK SURANIE ASSOCIATE AD

Derek Suranie has spent the last 13 years with North Georgia, having served in a variety of roles including head athletic trainer for eight years. He is currently in his third year as Associate Athletics Director. As the Associate Athletics Director, he oversees the day-today operations of the department. Prior to his current role, Suranie was the Head Athletic Trainer, and also served as the Athletic Training Coordinator and Clinical Coordinator. Suranie is from Woonsocket, RI where he graduated from Woonsocket High School. He attended Marietta College in Marietta, OH and graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine. He went on to work in Nashua, NH at the Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise. Suranie coordinated Athletic Training services for Souhegan High School as well as maintaining a full patient load in the clinic. Suranie attended the All Academy Physical Education Symposium at the United States Military Academy at West Point and also participated in the inaugural Summer Transition Program at NGCSU. Suranie and his wife Jill moved to the North Georgia region in 1998 and began his employment in NGCSU in 1999. He received his Masters of Education from NGCSU in 2001.

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The Peach Belt Conference Entering its 23rd year of existence in 2012-13, the Peach Belt Conference has cemented its status as one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 32 national championships and 28 national finalists. Starting with only two championships in 1991, men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 15 championship sports with the addition of men’s and women’s track and field in the spring of 2013. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others, formed the Peach Belt and begin play in fall 1990. The Peach Belt was less than a year old before capturing a national championship. The Columbus State golf team took the honor by winning the 1992 national crown, the first of three golf championships the Cougars own. One year later, the Lander men’s tennis team began their record-breaking run of eight straight national titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA men’s golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06. The PBC in in the midst of another dynasty as the Armstrong men’s and women’s tennis teams captured the 31st and 32nd national championships for the conference last year. The Pirates have won four women’s and three men’s national championships since 2008. Armstrong’s achievement was the highlight to one of the most successful seasons in league history. Peach Belt teams advanced to the national championship round of competition in 10 of our 13 sports. The Armstrong women’s soccer team reached the final four while the Flagler volleyball team went to the Elite Eight. The Montevallo men’s basketball team played in the national championship game while the Lander women’s team reached the Elite Eight. The Flagler softball team reached the world series while the Georgia College and USC Aiken men’s golf teams reached the final eight match play at the national championships. In all, 59 Peach Belt teams made appearances in the NCAA postseason, including seven men’s tennis teams and six each in the sports of men’s golf and women’s tennis. The seven charter members of the conference were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion University, Georgia College & State University, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC Upstate. The name Peach Belt Athletic Conference was adopted in January of 1990 and modified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000. Augusta State joined the conference in 1991 and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, Clayton State University on July 1, 1995 and the University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. Kennesaw State and North Florida departed for the Division I ranks in 2005, USC Upstate did the same in 2007, and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern State University in 2006. In 2009-10, the Peach Belt added Montevallo and Flagler. For the 2012-13 season, the league is expanding once again with the addition of Young Harris College, giving the Peach Belt 14 members for the first time in its history. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC commissioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged with continuing the strong growth of the conference as its second era begins. Dr. Fred Carter, president of Francis Marion University, begins his two-year term as president of the Peach Belt this year. The conference currently holds championships in 15 sports, seven for men and eight for women. They are men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf and men’s and women’s track and field.

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2013 Roster 1 2 3 4 6 7 9 10 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 34 35 37 39 40

Derek Hooper Kenny Bellavance Travis Naraine Jesse Strickland Stephen Neidigh Edwin Arias Trace McDaniel Eason Spivey Tim Hernandez Phillip Taylor Devin Gearhart Jake McCurry Jacob Beauchamp Andrew Gordon Chris Cobb John LaMay Chip Fleming Cameron Crawford Tremayne Toorie Reeves Blankenship Kevin Krupp Blake Gaubert Brett Wright Christian Turnipseed Clint Spratlin Taylor Keinat Cody Streetman Brad Barto Nick Bader Brandon Agar Tanner Scroggins Michael McKivigan

INF OF UTL INF C SS RHP C RHP LHP 3B OF/INF LHP OF RHP OF/RHP RHP OF OF C C/OF RHP OF P LHP LHP 1B 1B RHP RHP UTIL INF

Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

5-10 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-8 6-6 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-4 5-10 5-7

170 170 160 160 165 165 180 190 185 170 170 145 185 190 160 195 185 180 185 190 165 190 185 210 175 175 190 215 160 195 160 160

Head Coach: #11 Tom Cantrell (14th Season) Assistant Head Coach: #5 Michael Holder (First Season) Assistant Coach: #38 Nick Palmer (Fourth Season) Graduate Assistant Coach: #42 Cody Clickner (First Season) Athletic Trainer: Zachary Adams Strength and Conditioning Coach: Blake Podsen

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R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R L/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/L L/R L/R L/R R/R L/R R/R

Sharpsburg, GA / LaGrange College Stone Mountain, GA / Parkview HS Lilburn, GA / Parkview HS Gainesville, GA / North Hall HS Lawrenceville, GA / Brookwood HS Lilburn, GA / Parkview HS Winder, GA / Chattahoochee Valley CC Montrose, GA / West Laurens HS Hoschton, GA / Mill Creek HS Lilburn, GA / Parkview HS Cumming, GA / South Forsyth HS Fayetteville, GA / Landmark Christian School Snellville, GA / Brookwood HS Marietta, GA / Lassiter HS Hamilton, GA / Northside HS Duluth, GA / Greater Atlanta Christian School Dacula, GA / Mill Creek HS Buford, GA / Buford HS Snellville, GA / Brookwood HS Lawrenceville, GA / Brookwood HS Gainesville, FL / Buchholz HS Lawrenceville, GA / North Oconee HS Waco, GA / University of West Georgia Powder Springs, GA / Ga. Perimeter College Winder, GA / Chattahoochee Valley CC Braselton, GA / Winder Barrow HS Commerce, GA / Commerce City School Columbus, GA / Chattahoochee Valley CC Lilburn, GA / Parkview HS Snellville, GA / Brookwood HS Hampton, GA / Lambert HS Gainesville, FL / Buchholz HS

2013 Schedule Feb. 1 (Fri) Feb. 2 (Sat) Feb. 3 (Sun) Feb. 8 (Fri) Feb. 9 (Sat) Feb. 10 (Sun) Feb. 15 (Fri) Feb. 16 (Sat) Feb. 17 (Sun) Feb. 22 (Fri) Feb. 23 (Sat) Feb. 24 (Sun) Mar. 2 (Sat) Mar. 3 (Sun) Mar. 9 (Sat) Mar. 10 (Sun) Mar. 13 (Wed) Mar. 16 (Sat) Mar. 17 (Sun) Mar. 19 (Tues) Mar. 20 (Wed) Mar. 23 (Sat) Mar. 24 (Sun) Mar. 27 (Wed) Mar. 29 (Fri) Mar. 30 (Sat) Apr. 3 (Wed) Apr. 6 (Sat) Apr. 7 (Sun) Apr. 10 (Wed) Apr. 12 (Fri) Apr. 13 (Sat) Apr. 17 (Wed) Apr. 19 (Fri) Apr. 20 (Sat) Apr. 24 (Wed) Apr. 26 (Fri) Apr. 27 (Sat) May. 4 (Sat) May. 5 (Sun)

vs. Lynn University ! vs. Palm Beach Atlantic ! vs. Valdosta State ! KING (TN) KING (TN) KING (TN) MILLERSVILLE @ WEST FLORIDA @ SHORTER @ PFEIFFER PFEIFFER PFEIFFER

2:00 PM 6:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:30 PM 5:00 PM 3:00 PM 12:00 PM

at Lander * (DH) 1:00 PM at Lander University * 1:00 PM at Augusta State * (DH) 1:00 PM Lake Olmstead Stadium at Augusta State * 1:00 PM Lake Olmstead Stadium ANDERSON 6:00 PM Spirit Night / Outstanding Professor Night at Flagler College * (DH) 1:00 PM at Flagler College * 1:00 PM at Carson-Newman 2:00 PM at Carson-Newman 1:00 PM USC AIKEN * (DH) 1:00 PM USC AIKEN * 1:00 PM at Anderson 6:00 PM UNC PEMBROKE * (DH) 2:00 PM UNC PEMBROKE * 1:00 PM at West Georgia at Young Harris * (DH) at Young Harris * GEORGIA GWINNETT Military Appreciation Day ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC * ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC * (DH) VALDOSTA STATE Residence Life/RA Appreciation Night MONTEVALLO * MONTEVALLO * (DH) WEST GEORGIA at Columbus State * at Columbus State * (DH)

5:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

GEORGIA COLLEGE * (DH) YMCA Day GEORGIA COLLEGE * Senior Day

1:00 PM

7:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM

1:00 PM

! - Valdosta State Tournament (Valdosta, GA) @ - North Georgia Invitational (Dahlonega, GA) * - Peach Belt Conference Game Home Games Appear in BOLD

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2013 Opponents ANDERSON March 13 - Dahlonega, GA 6 PM March 27 - Anderson, SC 6 PM

ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC April 12 - Dahlonega, GA 7 PM April 13 - Dahlonega, GA 2 PM (DH)

AUGUSTA STATE March 9 - Augusta, GA 1 PM (DH) March 10 - Augusta, GA 1 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Anderson, SC Enrollment: 2,300 President: Evans P. Whitaker Athletic Director: Nancy Simpson Conference: South Atlantic Nickname: Trojans Colors: Gold and Black

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Savannah, GA Enrollment: 6,700 President: Dr. Linda Bleicken Athletic Director: Lisa Sweany Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Pirates Colors: Maroon and Gold

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Augusta, GA Enrollment: 7,010 President: Dr. William Bloodworth Athletic Director: Clint Bryant Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Blue and White

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Joe Miller Assistant Coach: Kaleb Davis 2012 Record: 14-36 2012 Conference Record: 5-21

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Joe Roberts Record at School: 1,250-607 Assist. Coach: Calvain Culberson 2012 Record: 41-16 2012 Conference Record: 20-10

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Chris Cooper Record at School: 54-98 Assist. Coach: Augie Rodriguez 2012 Record: 13-37 2012 Conference Record: 4-26

SERIES Series: 9-9 Last Meeting: L, 4-0 (May 9, 2012)

SERIES Series: 17-7 Last Meeting: W, 16-3 (Apr. 22, 2012)

SERIES Series: 18-5 Last Meeting: L, 2-0 (Apr. 4, 2012)

CARSONNEWMAN March 19 - Jefferson City, TN 2 PM March 20 - Jefferson City, TN 1 PM

COLUMBUS STATE April 26 - Columbus, GA 6 PM April 27 - Columbus, GA 6 PM (DH)

FLAGLER March 16 - St. Augustine, FL 1 PM (DH) March 17 - St. Augustine, FL 1 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Jefferson City, TN Enrollment: 1,967 President: Dr. J. Randall O’Brien Athletic Director: Allen Morgan Conference: South Atlantic Nickname: Eagles Colors: Navy Blue and Orange

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Columbus, GA Enrollment: 8,300 President: Dr. Timothy Mescon Athletic Director: Jay Sparks Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Cougars Colors: Red, White and Blue

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: St. Augustine, FL Enrollment: 2,633 President: Dr. William Abare, Jr. Athletic Director: Jud Damon Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Saints Colors: Red and Gold

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Tom Griffin Record at School: 220-153 Assistant Coach: Shane Williams 2012 Record: 28-26 2012 Conference Record: 13-14

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Greg Appleton Record at School: 548-307 Assistant Coach: Patrick Collins 2012 Record: 30-23 2012 Conference Record: 15-15

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: David Burnett Record at School: 751-610 Assistant Coach: Jonathan Holt 2012 Record: 27-22 2012 Conference Record: 13-17

SERIES Series: 6-5 Last Meeting: L, 7-6 (Mar. 14, 2012)

SERIES Series: 9-13 Last Meeting: L, 7-3 (Apr. 7, 2012)

SERIES Series: 10-7 Last Meeting: L, 8-6 (Mar. 17, 2012)

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2013 Opponents GEORGIA COLLEGE May 4 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM (DH) May 5 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Milledgeville, GA Enrollment: 6,700 President: Dr. Steve Dorman Athletic Director: Wendell Staton Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Navy Blue and Hunter Green BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Tom Carty Record at School: 176-98 Assistant Coach: Zeke Mitchum 2012 Record: 29-21 2012 Conference Record: 19-10 SERIES Series: 12-10 Last Meeting: L, 14-10 (Apr. 1, 2012)

LANDER March 2 - Greenwood, SC 1 PM (DH) March 3 - Greenwood, SC 1 PM

GEORGIA GWINNETT

KING February 8 - Dahlonega, GA 4 PM February 9 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM February 10 - Dahlonega, GA 12 PM

April 10 - Dahlonega, GA 7 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lawrenceville, GA President: Dr. Daniel J. Kaufman Athletic Director: Dr. Darin Wilson Conference: NAIA Unaffiliated Nickname: Grizzlies Colors: Green and White BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Brad Record at School: First Season Assist. Coach: Christian Castorri

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bristol, TN Enrollment: 1,867 President: Dr. Grey Jordan Athletic Director: David Hicks Conference: Conference Carolinas Nickname: Tornado Colors: Navy Blue and Scarlet BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Blaine Brown Record at School: 30-20 Assistant Coach: George Laoo 2012 Record: 30-20 2012 Conference Record: 16-11

2013 Marks First Season of Baseball at Georgia Gwinnett SERIES Series: First Meeting

SERIES Series: 3-0 Last Meeting: W, 4-0 (Apr. 23, 2011)

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MILLERSVILLE

February 1 - Valdosta, GA 2 PM

March 15 - Dahlonega, GA 4 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Greenwood, SC Enrollment: 2,000 President: Dr. Daniel Ball Athletic Director: Jeff May Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Blue and Gold

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Boca Raton, FL Enrollment: 2,100 President: Kevin M. Ross

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Kermit Smith Record at School: 91-67 Assistant Coach: Chris Anderson 2012 Record: 38-20 2012 Conference Record: 18-12

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Rudy Garbalosa Record at School: 373-278-1 Assistant Coach: Danovan O’Dowd 2012 Record: 35-15 2012 Conference Record: 16-6

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Jon Shehan Record at School: 139-109-1 Assistant Coach: Nolan Neivan 2012 Record: 25-23-1 2012 Conference Record: 12-11-1

SERIES Series: 16-8 Last Meeting: L, 16-10 (Apr. 30, 2012)

SERIES Series: First Meeting

Series: 4-3

Athletic Director: Dr. Kristen Migliano

Conference: Sunshine State Nickname: Fighting Knights Colors: Blue and White

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Millersville, PA Enrollment: 8,725 President: Dr. Francine McNairy Athletic Director: Peg Kauffman

Conference: Pennsylvania State AC

Nickname: Marauders Colors: Black and Gold

SERIES

Last Meeting: W, 12-10 (Feb. 20, 2011)

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2013 Opponents PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

MONTEVALLO April 19 - Dahlonega, GA 7 PM April 20 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM (DH)

February 2 - Valdosta, GA 6 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Montevallo, AL Enrollment: 3,200 President: Dr. John Stewart, III Athletic Director: Jim Herlihy Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Falcons Colors: Purple and Gold

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: West Palm Beach, FL Enrollment: 3,600

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Chandler Rose Record at School: 47-54 Assistant Coach: Erik Maas 2012 Record: 25-28 2012 Conference Record: 16-14

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Kent Battenfield Record at School: First Season Assistant Coach: Jon Musillo 2012 Record: 20-24

Series: 9-5

SERIES

President: William M.B. Fleming, Jr.

Athletic Director: Carolyn Stone Conference: NCAA D2 Unaffiliated Nickname: Sailfish Colors: Navy Blue and White

SERIES Series: First Meeting

Last Meeting: W, 8-4 (Apr. 15, 2012)

February 22 - Dahlonega, GA 5 PM February 23 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM February 24 - Dahlonega, GA 12 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Misenheimer, NC Enrollment: 2,040 President: Michael C. Miller

Athletic Director: Mary Ann Sunbury

Conference: Conference Carolinas Nickname: Falcons Colors: Black and Gold BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Dusty Blake Record at School: First Season Assistant Coach: Ross Steadley 2012 Record: 25-25 2012 Conference Record: 16-11

SERIES Series: 6-6 Last Meeting: L, 6-4 (Feb. 7, 2010)

UNC PEMBROKE

SHORTER February 17 - Dahlonega, GA 3:30 PM

PFEIFFER

March 29 - Dahlonega, GA 2 PM (DH) March 30 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM

USC AIKEN March 23 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM (DH) March 24 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Rome, GA Enrollment: 2,900 President: Dr. Donald Dowless Athletic Director: Bill Peterson Conference: Gulf South Nickname: Hawks Colors: Blue and White

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pembroke, NC Enrollment: 6,400 President: Dr. Kyle R. Carter Athletic Director: Dan Kenney Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Braves Colors: Black and Gold

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Aiken, SC Enrollment: 3,250 President: Dr. Sandra Jordan Athletic Director: Randy Warrick Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Pacers

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Matt Larry Record at School: 243-245 Assistant Coach: Lee Bryant 2012 Record: 38-18 2012 Conference Record: 20-10

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Paul O’Neil Assistant Coach: Blake Newsome 2012 Record: 30-19 2012 Conference Record: 14-15

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Kenny Thomas Record at School: 467-278 Assistant Coach: Jason Walck 2012 Record: 37-18 2012 Conference Record: 18-12

Series: 15-7

SERIES

Last Meeting: W, 23-6 (Apr. 16, 2005)

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SERIES

Last Meeting: W, 8-1 (Feb. 26, 2012)

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Colors: Cardinal, Navy Blue and White

Series: 9-6

SERIES

Last Meeting: L, 11-2 (May 10, 2012)

2013 Opponents VALDOSTA STATE February 3 - Valdosta, GA 3 PM April 17 - Dahlonega, GA 5 PM

WEST FLORIDA

WEST GEORGIA

February 16 - Dahlonega, GA 1 PM

April 3 - Carrollton, GA 5 PM April 24 - Dahlonega, GA 5 PM

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Valdosta, GA Enrollment: 12,500 President: Dr. William McKinney Athletic Director: Herb Rainhard Conference: Gulf South Nickname: Blazers Colors: Red, Black and White

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pensacola, FL Enrollment: 12,800 President: Dr. Judith Bense Athletic Director: Dave Scott Conference: Gulf South Nickname: Argonauts

Colors: Royal Blue and Kelly Green

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Carrollton, GA Enrollment: 12,000 President: Dr. Beheruz Sethna Athletic Director: Daryl Dickey Conference: Gulf South Nickname: Wolves Colors: Blue and Red

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Greg Guilliams Record at School: 171-102 Assistant Coach: Todd Guilliams 2012 Record: 27-19 2012 Conference Record: 14-9

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Jeffcoat Record at School: 253-147 Assistant Coach: Shane Gierke 2012 Record: 35-19 2012 Conference Record: 11-11

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Skip Kite Record at School: 54-95 Assistant Coach: Jeff Smith 2012 Record: 23-25 2012 Conference Record: 9-13

SERIES Series: 3-3 Last Meeting: W, 8-3 (Feb. 4, 2012)

Series: 9-8

SERIES

Last Meeting: L, 13-5 (Apr. 11, 2012)

YOUNG HARRIS

2013 Hotel Information Valdosta State Tournament (Feb. 1-3) Hotel: Fairfield Inn and Suites Valdosta Phone: (229) 242-1225

April 6 - Young Harris, GA 1 PM (DH) April 7 - Young Harris, GA 2 PM

Lander University (Mar. 2-3) Hotel: Baymont Inn - Greenwood Phone: (864) 942-0002

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Young Harris, GA Enrollment: 1,035 President: Cathy Cox Athletic Director: Randy Dunn Conference: Peach Belt Nickname: Mountain Lions Colors: Purple and White BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Rick Robinson Record at School: 616-211 Assistant Coach: Travis Huffman 2012 Record: 36-14 Did not compete in a conference last season.

SERIES Series: 12-2 Last Meeting: L, 7-5 (Apr. 25, 2012)

Augusta State University (Mar. 8-9) Hotel: Courtyard by Marriott Augusta Phone: (706) 737-3737 Flagler College (Mar. 16-17) Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Phone: (904) 824-5151 Carson-Newman College (Mar. 19-20) Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites Sevierville Kodak Phone: (865) 933-3033 Young Harris College (Apr. 6-7) Hotel: Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hiawassee Phone: (706) 896-8884 Columbus State University Apr. 26-27) Hotel: Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Phone: (706) 323-2323

SERIES Series: First Meeeting

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MEDIA GUIDE - The 2013 North Georgia Baseball Media Guide has been specifically designed to aid members of the media covering the Saints. We appreciate your coverage and if there is anything we can do to assist you, please do not hesitate to contact the sports communications office. The Department of Athletics has certain policies and procedures that we ask for you to abide by while covering the Saints. SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE - The North Georgia sports communications office is located on the bottom floor of Memorial Hall Gymnasium in Room 002. Enter through the front doors of the gymnasium and take the glass door to the bottom floor. The sports communications office is the first door on your left as you exit the stairwell. PRESS CREDENTIALS - Press and photograph credentials are issued to members of the working media only. These credentials may be obtained by contacting the sports communications office. Requests should be made 24 hours before the event to be guaranteed consideration. In most cases, credentials will be left at will call, but can be mailed upon request. Working members of the media who plan to cover North Georgia softball on the road should make credential requests through the sports communications office of the host institution. INTERVIEWS - All interviews with players and coaches must be arranged through the sports communications office. Head coach Tom Cantrell is generally accessible to members of the media. The best time to reach him is from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in his office which is located in Memorial Hall. Please notify the sports communications office before stopping by to interview Coach Cantrell. PRACTICES - Practices are open to the media with several guidelines that we ask you to strictly adhere to. Media members must obtain permission to video or photograph practice in advance. Media may not listen to or be in the area of any pre- or post-practice talks between coaches, players, and personnel. These comments, if overheard, are off the record. Players and coaches may not be approached during practice. Reporters may ask the sports communications staff about injuries, but all interviews with training staff, coaches, and players must be done following practice. North Georgia Sports Communications Office 82 College Circle Dahlonega, GA 30597

MILLEDGE AUSTIN Asst. AD for Sports Comm.

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www.SaintsSports.com Email: mgaustin@northgeorgia.edu

Milledge Austin is in his first year with the University of North Georgia as the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Communication. He most recently served as the Director of Operations and Media Relations at Montana State University Billings where he oversaw the media aspects for the athletic department’s 17 varsity teams with emphasis on volleyball, cross country, men’s basketball, softball, baseball, track & field and golf. He was the primary media contact for coverage of the Yellowjackets’ men’s basketball and softball teams which both won conference titles and advanced to the NCAA Division II regionals. Prior to joining the MSUB staff, Austin served as the Assistant Sports Information Director at fellow Peach Belt Conference member the University of South Carolina Aiken for two years covering the volleyball and softball programs while also assisting with the Pacers’ other eight varsity sports including multiple conference champions and NCAA tournament participants. He helped maintain the Pacers’ social media network and served as the director/producer for home webcasts while helping with game-day and day-to-day operations. A native of Aiken, S.C., Austin earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communications (2009) from USCA.

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TOM CANTRELL HEAD COACH (2000-Pres.)

College Coaching Career North Georgia 2012* 24-28 2011* 34-20 2010* 34-17 2009* 34-24 2008* 41-21 # 2007* 34-22 2006* 32-29 2005 57-15 ^ 2004 54-19 ! 2003 31-26 ^ 2002 43-24 ! 2001 45-17 ^ 2000 36-22 Total 499-284

.461 .630 .667 .586 .661 .607 .525 .792 .740 .544 .641 .726 .621 .637

Georgia Perimeter 1999 44-10 ^

.815

DeKalb 1998 1997 1996 Total

.700 .780 .804 .764

42-18 ^ 46-12 ^ 45-11 133-41

Tom Cantrell enters his 14th season as head coach of the North Georgia baseball program. Since helping bring the program back to Dahlonega, Cantrell has led the Saints to 12 seasons with at least 30 wins and three-straight appearances in the Peach Belt Conference tournament. The North Georgia baseball program continues to send players to the next level, as three players have been selected in the Major League Baseball Draft over the last three years. In 2010, Daniel Petitti and Chris Rearick became the program’s first duo to be drafted in the same year, when they were selected in the 37th and 41st rounds respectively by the Oakland Athletics and Tampa Bay Rays. Troy Snitker followed and made his own headlines in 2011, when he became the highest draft pick in North Georgia history, going in the 19th round to the Atlanta Braves. In their first year eligible for postseason play since entering the NCAA, Cantrell led his team to a tie for third place in the Peach Belt Conference regular season and ran through the PBC Tournament with four straight wins to claim the championship. The

Saints finished the regular season winning 19 of 22 games and competed in their first NCAA South Atlantic Regional. Cantrell reached a career coaching milestone during the 2010 season, picking up his 600th victory as a head coach with a 17-2 victory over Carson-Newman College on March 16, 2010. He enters the season just one victory shy from earning his 500th victory at North Georgia. His 2007 team finished their second season of competition at the NCAA Division II level and in the Peach Belt Conference, by finishing 34-22 (17-13 PBC). Cantrell reached a pair of milestones in the 2007 season, winning his 300th game at North Georgia and his 500th game overall. He was also awarded the Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year Award, and also coached the 2007 Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Year in Craig Brisson. In their inaugural year, 2006, in the NCAA Division II and the Peach Belt Conference, the Saints finished with an overall record of 32-29 and a PBC record of 9-18. Under the direction of Cantrell, the Saints second baseman Brian Lauderdale was

Career Coaching Record 676-335 (.669) * - NCAA Division II Era # - PBC Tournament Champs ^ - Conference Champions ! - Region Champions

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ABOVE: Head coach Tom Cantrell talks with former PBC All-Conference catcher and Atlanta Braves prospect Troy Snitker.

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named PBC Player of the Year, SouthAtlantic Player of the Year, third team NCAA Division II All-American, and signed a free-agent contract with the San Diego Padres. In his 13 years at North Georgia, Cantrell has amassed a 499-284 (.637) record and has posted a winning record at North Georgia in each of those 13 seasons. Over his 15-year career at Georgia Perimeter College (DeKalb College) and North Georgia, he has a 652-308 (.679) overall record. Cantrell also has a sharp eye for spotting major league talent, 23 of his former players have signed professional contracts. Five of those 20 are currently in the majors: Nick Green with the Texas Rangers, Marlon Byrd with the Chicago Cubs, and formerly Robby Hammock with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Cantrell also coached Adam Everett formerly of the Cleveland Indians, and Michael Barrett during summer ball at East Cobb, formerly of the Toronto Blue Jays. Cantrell came to North Georgia from Georgia Perimeter College (DeKalb College) where he spent nine years, four as head coach with a record of 177-52 (.773). While at GPC, Cantrell’s teams produced two NJCAA All- Americans, five NJCAA Academic All-Americans, 21 GJCAA All-Region, and two GJCAA Players of the Year. In 1998, Cantrell guided DeKalb to its first state championship since 1987. They also won the East Central District Championship, and made an appearance at the JUCO World Series, DeKalb’s first appearance since 1977. Coach Cantrell’s squads were consistently ranked nationally in the top twenty. For his efforts in 1998, Cantrell, was named GJCAA Coachof-the-Year, as well as the East Central District Coach of the Year. In 1991, Cantrell returned to DeKalb as an assistant coach responsible for recruiting. In his five seasons as an assistant coach DeKalb compiled an impressive 204-94 record. In 1995 Cantrell was named GJCAA Assistant Coach-of-the Year. Born on November 10, 1965, in Habersham, Georgia34-2-, Cantrell was a two-time Georgia All-State shortstop at North Clayton High School. Follow-

Tom and his wife Shannon live in Dacula, Georgia. Their daughter, McKenzie, is a former cheerleader at the University of Alabama and will be attending the University of Georgia.

ing his senior season, Cantrell began his collegiate career at DeKalb College. At DeKalb, he hit .332 and was an All-Region shortstop his freshman year with the Patriots. Following an outstanding sophomore campaign, in which he hit .362, he was once again named to the All-Region. At the conclusion of his second year at DeKalb, the Atlanta Braves drafted him in the seventh round. In the summer of 1985, Cantrell reported to the Braves rookie camp in Bradenton, Florida. After batting .214 in Bradenton, Cantrell was sent to Pulaski, Virginia for his second season. At Pulaski, Cantrell had a

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spectacular season, hitting .301 and making the Appalachian League AllStar team. That year, he helped lead the team to the Appalachian League World Series. While with Pulaski, he was coached by former Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers manager Grady Little. Cantrell credits Little and college coach Doug Casey as the main catalyst that led him into the coaching profession. Cantrell retired from professional baseball in 1987 and began coaching American Legion baseball in College Park, Georgia. A highly successful amateur coach, Cantrell finished third in the nation three times.

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MICHAEL HOLDER ASSISTANT COACH (FIRST SEASON) Michael Holder is in his first year as an assistant head coach under Tom Cantrell at the University of North Georgia. Holder makes his way to North Georgia after spending eight seasons as an assistant coach for Peach Belt Conference foe USC Aiken. The Evans, Ga., native has over 10 years working at the NCAA Division I and II level and will bring a wealth of experience to the Saints in 2013. Holder completed his eighth season as an assistant coach for the USC Aiken baseball program in 2012, and also finished his second year as the pitching coach for the Pacers. Under his direction, the pitching staff at USC Aiken posted a 3.57 earned run average in 2012 and led the Pacers to a 38-win season and a top-20 ranking in the final Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Division II National Poll. As a hitting instructor in his early seasons at USC Aiken, Holder helped the Pacers to a school-record 47 wins in 2008 and the Peach Belt Conference regular season championship in 2009. The Pacers broke numerous school hitting records in 2009 with Southeast Region Player of the Year and consensus All-American Travis Howard leading the nation in RBIs with 103, which also tied an NCAA DII national record. Prior to his stint at USC Aiken, Holder spent three seasons as a volunteer assistant at Vanderbilt University. During his tenure in Nashville, Tennessee, Holder mentored the Commodore catchers and oversaw field preparations at Hawkins Field. In the summer of 2003, Holder served as an assistant coach for the Cotuit Kettleers of the prestigious Cape Cod League. Prior to his arrival at Vanderbilt, Holder spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Greenbrier High School summer league followed by a one-year stay as an assistant at Middle Georgia College. Holder graduated from Augusta State University in May 2001 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Education. As a player, he was a four-year letterwinner as a catcher at Georgia Southern University from 1995-1999. Holder and his wife Stephanie have one daughter (Lily).

NICK PALMER ASSISTANT COACH (FOURTH SEASON) Nick Palmer is in his fourth year as an assistant coach under Tom Cantrell at the University of North Georgia in 2012-13. Nick assists in the everyday operations of the baseball program while helping run the team’s strength and conditioning program and working with the catchers on a day-to-day basis. Palmer spent five years as a member of the North Georgia baseball program and was a member of the 2005 NAIA Conference Tournament Championship team, and the 2008 Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championship team. He was also apart of the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA National Tournament in 2008. Palmer graduated in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from North Georgia and holds a Masters of Art in Teaching. He can be reached at 706878-6010.

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CODY CLICKNER GRAADUATE ASSISTANT (FIRST SEASON) Cody Clickner begins his first year as an assistant coach under Tom Cantrell at the University of North Georgia in 2012-2013. Cody will assist in the everyday operations of the baseball program. His duties include working with the pitchers, field maintenance, and camp operations. Cody played the last four seasons at North Georgia. He logged 26.2 innings in 11 appearances, while striking out 16 batters. Cody is working on obtaining his Master’s degree in Physical Education at North Georgia.

ZACH ADAMS TRAINER (SECOND SEASON) Zach Adams is in his second year as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of North Georgia. Originally from Vinemont, Ala., Adams works primarily with the baseball team as well as coordinating the insurance for all sports. Adams graduated from the University of Alabama in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. He then received a Masters of Science in Sport Management from Florida State University in the spring of 2011.

BLAKE PODSON STRENGTH & CONDITIONING (FOURTH SEASON) Blake Podsen is in his fourth year at the University of North Georgia as the Strength and Conditioning coordinator for the department of athletics. He assists North Georgia athletes with strength training as well as conditioning for all 12 collegiate sports competing at the NCAA Division II level. He also serves as an instructor for classes in the Health and Physical Education department. Podsen received his Associate degree in Criminal Justice from Gainesville State College in 2005. He then completed his Bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education at North Georgia College and State University in 2009. Podsen obtained his Master’s degree in Education from North Georgia and is also a certified K-12 Physical Educator. He is currently working towards his doctorate degree in Higher Education Leadership.

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Kenny

BELLAVANCE Senior • OF 5’ 8” • 170 lbs. Stone Mountain, Ga. Parkview HS

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DOB: 08/22/90 Parents: John and Martha Bellavance Major: Business Finance

2012 (Junior): Bellavance started in all 52 games for the Saints in 2012, recording a .330 batting average with 11 doubles and a team-high three triples ... His batting average was good enough for second on the team, while his 36 runs batted in was also second-best on the club ... Was a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen base attempts and committed just one error in the outfield for a .991 fielding percentage ... Had a pair of four-hit games on the road at Armstrong and Georgia Southwestern, while a season-high four-RBI performance against Davis & Elkins paced the Saints during a season-best six-game winning streak ... Selected to the PBC Preseason All-Conference team ... Named Second-Team All-conference as an outfielder ... Named to the Peach Belt All-Academic team and earned PBC Gold Scholar honors from the league office. 2011 (Sophomore): Started and played in all 54 games as he hit .317 on the year ... Tallied 71 hits, 7 doubles, one triple, and two homeruns in 224 at-bats while driving in 35 runs ... Led the team in hits with 71 and also with 23 multi-hit games along with three or more hits in seven of his games ... Earned Moe’s Athlete of the Week during the week of March 15 after hitting .500 with seven hits and four runs batted in ... Named to the Peach Belt All-Conference First Team and All-Academic Team. 2010 (Freshman): Played and started in all 51 games during the 2010 season…posted a .340 batting average in 206 plate appearances ... notched 70 hits, 31 runs batted in, and scored 44 runs ... Recorded a .375 on-base percentage while tallying 79 total bases and went 8-10 in stolen base attempts ... During a doubleheader against Lander on March 27, he went 7-10 with two runs batted in and one stolen base ... Named Moe’s Athlete of the Week during the week of March 29, 2010 after hitting .500 during the four games of the week ... Named Peach Belt Gold Scholar Athlete. Parkview High School: Played baseball for head coach Chan Brown at Parkview High School ... member of the Georgia Dugout Club 5A All-State Team in 2009 ... Recipient of the 2009 Panther Award recognizing outstanding academics, athletics, and leadership.

Year B/AVG GP-GS 2012 .330 52-52 2011 .317 54-54 2010 .340 51-51 Totals .329 157-157

Kenny Bellavance’s Career Stats at North Georgia (Three Years)

AB R H 2B 200 31 66 11 224 32 71 7 206 44 70 7 630 107 207 25

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3B 3 1 1 5

HR 0 2 0 2

RBI 36 35 31 102

TB 83 86 79 248

SLG% .415 .384 .383 .394

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BB 27 13 13 53

HBP 2 4 1 7

SO 31 31 31 93

OB% .411 .364 .375 .383

SF 2 1 4 7

SH 9 3 6 18

SB-A 7-7 5-6 8-10 20-23

PO 111 122 102 335

A 4 8 1 13

E 1 5 2 8

FLD% .991 .963 .981 .964

Derek

HOOPER

Senior • INF 5’ 10” • 170 lbs. Sharpsburg, Ga. LaGrange College

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DOB: 06/01/91 Parents: Steve and Karen Hooper Major: Business Management

2012 (Junior): Played in 52 games for the Saints in 2012, posting a .314 batting average with 20 runs batted in and 40 runs scored ... Had 10 games with at least three hits, including a seasonhigh four-hit performance on Feb. 11, in a 17-2 victory over Davis & Elkins ... His lone home run of the year came against Montevallo on April 15, a solo shot as part of yet another three-hit outing to lead the Saints to a series victory over the Falcons ... Named to the Peach Belt All-Academic team and earned PBC Silver Scholar honors from the league office. 2011 (Sophomore): Played in 53 of the 54 games during the 2011 season ... In 203 plate appearances, he batted .320 with 65 hits, 13 doubles, and one home run ... Hooper boasted the second-best on-base percentage on the team (.407) while driving in 27 runs ... Had 16 multi-hit games including nine games of posting three or more hits ... Led the team in sacrifice bunts with 13 and stolen bases with 11 in 12 attempts ... Posted a .961 fielding percentage while turning 38 double plays to earn his way to being named to the Southeast All-Region second team by Daktronics. LaGrange College: Played freshman season at LaGrange College under head coach Kevin Howard ... Hooper played made 40 stars for the Vikings ... In 150 at-bats, batted .340 with 51 hits, eight doubles, two home runs and 27 RBIs ... He had an on-base percentage of .437 while tallying 67 total bases and going 20 for 23 in stolen bases ... Was named to GSAC All-Freshman team. Northgate High School: Played baseball for head coach Greg Hamilton and was named his team’s Most Valuable Player during the 2009 season ... Was named the Georgia High School Association Region 4-AAAA Player-of-the-Year and County Player-of-the-Year in 2009.

Year B/AVG GP-GS 2012 .314 52-51 2011 .320 53-53 Totals .317 105-104

AB 207 203 410

Derek Hooper’s Career Stats at North Georgia (Two Years)

R 40 42 82

H 2B 65 11 65 13 130 24

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 1 2

RBI 20 27 47

TB 79 81 160

SLG% .382 .399 .391

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BB 15 27 42

HBP 3 4 7

SO 35 38 73

OB% .364 .407 .386

SF 3 2 5

SH 16 13 29

SB-A 9-14 11-12 20-26

PO 132 113 245

A 161 156 317

E FLD% 20 .936 11 .961 31 .948

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BARTO

Junior • 1B • 5’ 10” • 215 lbs. Columbus, Ga. Chattahoochee Valley CC

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DOB: 01/09/92 Parents: Randy and Pam Barto Major: Early Childhood/Special Education

2012 (Sophomore): Played in 12 games with 10 starts…Recorded a .314 batting average with 11 total hits and seven runs batted in ... Had multi-hit games in three of his 12 contests and held a seven game hitting streak before going 0-for-2 on March 4, at Francis Marion. Chattahoochee Valley CC: Had eight at-bats in nine games where he hit .375 with three hits. Columbus High School: Played baseball for head coach Bobby Howard ... Played four seasons for the Blue Devils ... Member of 2010 3A State Championship team and named All-Big City team in 2010. Personal: Brother, Burt, played baseball at Young Harris and Georgia Southern.

Brad Barto’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2011 .314 12-10 35 7 11 0 0 0 7 11 .314 4 1 11 .381 2 1 0-0 97 8 2 .981 Totals .314 12-10 35 7 11 0 0 0 7 11 .314 4 1 11 .381 2 1 0-0 97 8 2 .981

Stephen

NEIDIGH

R-Junior • C • 5’ 8” • 165 lbs. Lawrenceville, Ga. Brookwood HS

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DOB: 04/31/91 Parents: Greg and Terri Neidigh Major: Business Marketing

2012 (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in nine games for the Saints with one start ... Recorded three hits in 10 at-bats for a .300 average ... His only extra base hit of the year came on May 16, against Flagler and produced his only RBI of the season ... Named a PBC Presidential Scholar Athlete by the league office. 2011 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in two games for the Saints with one plate appearance. 2010 (Redshirt): Did not see action on the diamond due to redshirt status. Brookwood High School: Played baseball for head coach Rick Howard and was a member of the 2008 5A state championship team.

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB 2012 .300 9-1 10 2011 .000 2-0 1 Totals .150 11-1 11

Stephen Neidigh’s Career Stats at North Georgia (Two Years)

R 0 0 0

H 3 0 3

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3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 0 1

TB 4 0 4

SLG% .400 .000 .200

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BB 2 0 2

HBP 0 0 0

SO 2 1 3

OB% .417 .000 .209

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 13 0 13

A 1 0 1

E 0 0 0

FLD% 1.000 .000 1.000

Nick

BADER

Sophomore • RHP • 5’ 11” • 160 lbs. Lilburn, Ga. Parkview HS

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DOB: 02/05/93 Parents: Frank and Katrina Bader Major: Chemistry/Pre-Engineering

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games in relief ... Led the team in earned run average at 2.61 in 10.1 innings of work ... Recorded one strikeouts and had an 0-1 record ... Named a PBC Presidential Scholar Athlete from the league office. Parkview High School: Played baseball for head coach Chan Brown at Parkview High School ... 5A-State Champion in 2011 and Region 8-5A Champions in 2010 and 2011.

Year ERA 2012 2.61 Totals 2.61

W-L 0-1 0-1

Nick Bader’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

App. GS CG SHO SV IP H 9 0 0 0 0 10.1 16 9 0 0 0 0 10.1 16

R 3 3

ER BB 3 5 3 5

SO 2B 3B HR AB 1 3 0 0 42 1 3 0 0 42

B/AVG WP HBP BK .381 1 1 0 .381 1 1 0

Jacob

BEAUCHAMP

Sophomore • LHP • 6’ 6” • 185 lbs. Snellville, Ga. Brookwood HS

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DOB: 09/18/92 Parents: Eddie and Pam Beauchamp Major: Undecided

2012 (Freshman): Turned into one of the most consistent starters for the Saints in 2012, posting a 5-2 record with a 3.96 earned run average ... Lasted at least 6.0 innings in nine of his starts on the year ... Earned Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Week honors after tossing eight shutout innings against Georgia Southwestern and adding a scoreless frame against Toccoa Falls to snag the weekly award from the league office ... Named a PBC Silver Scholar Athlete. Brookwood High School: Played baseball for head coach Rick Howard at Brookwood High School ... Named to the Georgia Dugout Club All-State team and Georgia Dugout Club Team Georgia in 2011 ... Earned 2011 Georgia Dugout Club Outstanding Season honors while being named to the Gwinnett County Dugout Club Second Team All-County team ... Region 8-5A Pitcher of the Year in 2011 ... Holds the record at Brookwood HS for the first perfect game pitched.

Year ERA 2012 3.96 Totals 3.96

W-L 5-2 5-2

Jacob Beauchamp’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

App. GS CG SHO SV IP H 17 8 0 0 1 72.2 65 17 8 0 0 1 72.2 65

R ER BB 38 32 37 38 32 37

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SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK 45 13 2 5 270 .241 8 11 0 45 13 2 5 270 .241 8 11 0

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Cameron

CRAWFORD

R-Sophomore • OF • 5’ 11” • 180 lbs. Buford, Ga. Buford HS DOB: 10/03/91 Parents: Donnie and Elizabeth Crawford Major: Undecided

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2012 (Redshirt): Did not see action. 2011 (Freshman): Played in 16 games while starting 10 for the Saints ... In 39 plate appearances, Crawford hit .128 with five hits and one double ... Went 2-2 in stolen bases and recorded a .933 fielding percentage. Buford High School: Played four years of baseball for head coach Tony Wolfe and the Wolves.

Cameron Crawford’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2011 .128 16-11 39 6 5 1 0 0 0 6 .154 6 0 23 .244 0 0 2-2 14 0 1 .933 Totals .128 16-11 39 6 5 1 0 0 0 6 .154 6 0 23 .244 0 0 2-2 14 0 1 .933

Reeves

BLANKENSHIP Sophomore • C • 6’ 0” • 190 lbs. Lawrenceville, Ga. Brookwood HS

DOB: 07/17/93 Parents: Allen and Colleen Blankenship Major: Undecided

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2012 (Freshman): Played and started in one game and was hitless in four plate appearances… Named a PBC Presidential Scholar Athlete from the league office. Brookwood High School: Played four seasons of baseball for head coach Rick Howard and the Broncos.

Reeves Blankenship’s Career Stats at North Georgia (Two Years)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2012 .000 1-1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 0 0-0 3 0 1 .750 Totals .000 1-1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 0 0-0 3 0 1 .750

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Chip

FLEMING

Sophomore • RHP • 6’ 0” • 185 lbs. Dacula, Ga. Mill Creek HS

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DOB: 06/24/93 Parents: Keith and Julia Fleming Major: Undecided

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games in relief for the Saints tossing 16.2 innings with an earned run average of 11.34 ... He tallied eight strikeouts, issued 10 walks and allowed 12 extra base hits. Mill Creek High School: Played four years of baseball for head coach Doug Jones and the Hawks ... In 2011, Fleming was named to the Georgia Dugout Club’s First-Team All-County and Gwinnett Daily Post’s All-County second teams ... Was a member of the 2011 Region 7A Championship team. Personal: Father played at Georgia Tech and for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Year ERA W-L 2012 11.34 0-1 Totals 11.34 0-1

Chip Fleming’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

App. GS CG SHO SV IP H 12 1 0 0 0 16.2 37 12 1 0 0 0 16.2 37

R ER BB 24 21 10 24 21 10

SO 2B 3B HR AB 8 8 0 4 81 8 8 0 4 81

B/AVG WP HBP BK .457 1 1 0 .457 1 1 0

Andrew

GORDON

R-Sophomore • OF • 5’ 11” • 190 lbs. Marietta, Ga. Lassiter HS

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DOB: 09/24/91 Parents: Stu and Leah Gordon Major: Exercise Science

2012 (Redshirt Freshman): Played and started in 45 games for the Saints ... Recorded a .265 batting average with eight doubles, one triple, one home run and 26 runs batted in ... Gordon had seven assists from right field while committing just one error for a .991 fielding percentage ... Opened the year with five hits in the first two games of the season and ended the year with 11 multi-hit games ... Named a PBC Silver Scholar Athlete by the league office. 2011 (Redshirt): Did not see action. Lassiter High School: Played baseball for head coaches Mickey McMurtry and Scott Kelly ... Gordon was named an Honorable Mention All-County selection in 2008 ... He received the team’s Golden Glove honor in 2009 ... Was named Honorable Mention All-County in 2010, Second Team All-Region and was a member of the 2010 AAAAA State Runner-up team.

Andrew Gordon’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2012 .265 45-45 162 24 43 8 1 1 26 56 .346 13 6 37 .343 0 3 2-4 107 7 1 .991 Totals .265 45-45 162 24 43 8 1 1 26 56 .346 13 6 37 .343 0 3 2-4 107 7 1 .991

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Taylor

KEINAT

Sophomore • LHP • 5’ 11” • 175 lbs. Braselton, Ga. Winder Barrow HS

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DOB: 02/04/93 Parents: Jason and Julie Keinat Major: Biology

2012 (Freshman): Made 16 appearances with 12 starts ... Posted an earned run average of 6.03 with a 4-5 record in 68.2 innings of work ... Tallied 39 strikeouts and issued 15 walks ... Was named the Peach Belt Conference Freshman-of-the-Week after tossing a complete game six-hitter against the ninth-ranked UNC Pembroke Braves. Winder Barrow High School: Played baseball for head coach Brian Smith ... In 2011, he was a member of the Team Georgia Senior Team ... He was also a Region 8-5A Pitching first team selection for the second time in his career and was named to the Athens Banner All-Area first team ... During the 2010 season, Keinat was named to the Region 8-5A Pitching first team, Georgia Dugout Club’s Top 100 Athlete team and Athens Banner All-Area second team.

Year ERA 2012 6.03 Totals 6.03

W-L 4-5 4-5

Taylor Keinat’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

App. GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB 16 12 1 0 2 68.2 104 57 46 15 16 12 1 0 2 68.2 104 57 46 15

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK 39 20 2 7 300 .347 3 4 1 39 20 2 7 300 .347 3 4 1

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Sophomore • UTIL • 5’ 8” • 160 lbs. Lilburn, Ga. Parkview HS DOB: 06/23/93 Parents: Sase and Pattie Naraine Major: Business

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2012 (Freshman): Played in 41 games for the Saints in 2012, posting a .279 batting average ... Had five doubles, one triple and 14 runs batted in ... Tallied a pair of three-hit games in conference play and recorded two multi-RBI games ... Named a PBC Bronze Scholar Athlete by the league office. Parkview High School: Played three years of baseball for head coach Chan Brown and the Panthers ... Was a member of the 2011 5A State Championship team and Region 8-5A Championship teams in 2010 and 2011. Travis Naraine’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2012 .279 41-38 136 18 38 5 1 0 14 45 .331 21 1 21 .375 2 5 1-1 9 11 2 .909 Totals .279 41-38 136 18 38 5 1 0 14 45 .331 21 1 21 .375 2 5 1-1 9 11 2 .909

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R-Sophomore • C • 6’ 1” • 190 lbs. Montrose, Ga. West Laurens HS

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DOB: 05/16/92 Parents: Randy and Dina Spivey Major: Exercise and Sports Science

2012 (Redshirt Freshman): Played and started in 51 games behind the plate for the Saints ... Recorded a .210 batting average with nine doubles, two home runs and 25 runs batted in ... Tallied 11 sacrifice hits and had 265 putouts as a catcher with a .981 fielding percentage ... Threw out 15 of 48 base stealers for a .688 percentage. 2011 (Redshirt): Did not see any action. West Laurens High School: Played four years under head coach Brian Brown ... Named All-Region in 2008, 2009, 2010 ... Was a member of the Georgia Dugout Club in 2010 and named Most Valuable Player in 2010. Stephen Neidigh’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2012 .210 51-51 167 24 35 9 0 2 25 50 .299 20 2 22 .298 2 11 0-0 265 37 6 .981 Totals .210 51-51 167 24 35 9 0 2 25 50 .299 20 2 22 .298 2 11 0-0 265 37 6 .981

Phillip

TAYLOR

Sophomore • LHP • 6’ 0” • 170 lbs. Lilburn, Ga. Parkview HS

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DOB: 05/14/93 Parents: Steve and Tracy Taylor Major: Undecided

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 27 games in relief ... Tallied one save with an earned run average of 4.71 in 36.1 innings of work ... Recorded 22 strikeouts and issued 19 walks ... Lone save came against Georgia Southwestern on March 24, with 0.2 scoreless innings of work. Parkview High School: Played baseball for head coach Chan Brown ... Played four seasons for the Panthers and was named to the All-County Second Team in 2011 ... Taylor was a member of the 2011 5A State Championship team and Region 8-5A Championship teams in 2010 and 2011 ... Earned the Panther Award during the 2011 season. Year ERA 2012 4.71 Totals 4.71

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Phillip Taylor’s Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

App. GS CG SHO SV IP H 24 0 0 0 1 36.1 35 24 0 0 0 1 36.1 35

R ER BB 23 19 19 23 19 19

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SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK 22 5 1 2 127 .276 3 8 0 22 5 1 2 127 .276 3 8 0

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Tremayne

TOORIE

Sophomore • OF • 6’ 0” • 185 lbs. Snellville, Ga. Brookwood HS DOB: 12/14/92 Parents: Gairy and Joan Toorie Major: Exercise Science

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2012 (Freshman): Played in 29 games with 22 starts for the Saints ... Recorded a .247 batting average with three doubles and one home run ... Went 5-for-6 in stolen bases and drove in 14 runs ... Toorie had a breakout game on April 22, going 4-for-5 with five runs batted in and three runs scored, including a home run, to pace the Saints past Augusta State ... Named a PBC Presidential Scholar Athlete by the league office. Brookwood High School: Played baseball for head coach Rick Howard ... Played four seasons for the Broncos earning First Team All-County honors during junior year. Personal: Brother, Tristan, played baseballToorie’s at Augusta State. Tremayne Career Stats at North Georgia (One Year)

Year B/AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB-A PO A E FLD% 2012 .247 29-21 93 11 23 3 0 1 14 29 .312 2 0 16 .260 1 2 5-6 46 0 3 .939 Totals .247 29-21 93 11 23 3 0 1 14 29 .312 2 0 16 .260 1 2 5-6 46 0 3 .939

Brett Wright

Senior • OF • 5’ 11” • 185 lbs. Waco, Ga. University of West Georgia DOB: 10/15/89 Parents: Johnny and Pam Wright Major: Finance University of West Georgia: Wright was a three-year starter for the Wolves … He ended his time in the top-five all-time for career hits … He also boasted a batting average of .366 in Gulf South Conference games going 67-183 in 2011 … Also in 2011, he was second in all of NCAA Division II for sacrifice bunts … He also swiped 23 bases in 2011 … Was named to the Gulf South Conference All-Academic Team in both 2010 and 2011.

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Trace McDaniel

Junior • RHP • 6’ 0” • 180 lbs. Winder, Ga. Chattahoochee Valley CC DOB: 04/29/92 Parents: Teddy and Terri McDaniel Major: Business Chattahoochee Valley Community College: Played two years for the community college.

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Winder Borrow High School: McDaniel played four years at Winder Borrow High School … During his time, he was named to the Georgia All-State team as a senior in 2012 … In 2009, McDaniel was named to the Preseason All-State First Team … As a freshman in 2008, he was named his school’s Athlete of the Year.

Clint Spratlin

Junior • LHP • 5’ 10” • 175 lbs. Winder, Ga. Chattahoochee Valley CC DOB: 08/17/92 Parents: Robyn Spratlin Major: Business Chattahoochee Valley Community College: Played his sophomore season for Chattahoochee Valley where he was named to the All-Central Division First Team as well as the All-Region Second Team in 2012.

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Connors State University: Spratlin played just one season. Winder Barrow High School: Spratlin played four years at Winder Barrow High School where he was named to the North Georgia All-Area team and was a Georgia Senior All-Star selection in 2010 … Also in 2010, he was named to the All-State and All-Region First Teams … He was a member of the team that won the Heartland Classic Championship in 2010 and named the Pitcher of the Tournament for Team Georgia.

Christian Turnipseed

Junior • RHP • 5’ 11” • 210 lbs. Powder Springs, Ga. Georgia Perimeter College DOB: 05/30/92 Parents: Mitch and Jo Ann Turnipseed Major: Pre-Physical Therapy Georgia Perimeter College: Turnipseed played his sophomore season at Georgia Perimeter where he was named to the All-Conference team.

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West Virginia University: Played his freshman season for the Mountaineers. Harrison High School: Turnipseed played four years at Harrison High School where he was named the Most Valuable Player of the State Championship series in 2010 … That same year, he was named to the All-County First Team in both 2009 and 2010 and was also the County Pitcher of the Year in 2010.

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Brandon AGAR

R-Freshman • RHP • 6’ 4” • 195 lbs. Snellville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) DOB: 02/07/93 Parents: Tom and Barb Agar Major: Business 2012 (Redshirt): Did not see any action. Brookwood High School: Played four seasons for the Broncos ... Named to Region 8-5A First Team and Georgia All-State East team in 2011.

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Edwin ARIAS

Freshman • SS • 5’ 10” • 165 lbs. Lilburn, Ga. (Parkview HS) DOB: 09/28/93 Parents: Edwin and Ana Arias Major: Undecided Parkview High School: Arias played four years at Parkview High School where he was named to the Senior All-State team in 2012 and also earned All-County and All-Region First Team honors … As a senion, he batted .444 and owned an .889 slugging percentage … He had 44 runs and batted in another 23 during his senior campaign … Arias was a three-time scholar athlete (2010-12) … His team claimed back-to-back state championships in 2011 and 2012 and won three-consecutive region championships from 2010-12.

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Chris COBB

Freshman • RHP • 6’ 0” • 160 lbs. Hamilton, Ga. (Northside HS) DOB: 07/27/94 Parents: Billy Cobb and Donna Highsmith Major: Biology Northside High School: Cobb played four years at Northside High School where he was named his team’s Pitcher of the Year in 2011 and 2012 … As a senior in 2012, he was also named to the All-Region First Team and was part of the Georgia Dugout Club All-State Team … He was named a senior scholar athlete in 2012 and a junior scholar athlete in 2011.

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Blake GAUBERT

Freshman • RHP • 6’ 2” • 190 lbs. Lawrenceville, Ga. (North Oconee HS) DOB: 05/28/93 Parents: Damon and Wendy Gaubert Major: Criminal Justice North Oconee High School: Gaubert played four years at North Oconee High School … He was named the 2012 Athens Banner Herald Player of the Year and was a selected to the 2012 All-State and All-Region teams … Gaubert holds four school pitching records and was a member of the 2012 Senior All-Star Game.

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Devin GEARHART

Freshman • 3B • 6’ 1” • 170 lbs. Cumming, Ga. (South Forsyth HS) DOB: 09/09/94 Parents: Michael and Kimberly Gearhart Major: Undecided South Forsyth High School: Gearhart played four years at South Forsyth High School where he was part of the All-County and All-Region teams in both 2011 and 2012 … Also in 2011, he was named his teams offensive MVP.

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Tim HERNANDEZ

Freshman • RHP • 6’ 0” • 185 lbs. Hoschton, Ga. (Mill Creek HS) DOB: 10/02/94 Parents: Richard and Nancy Hernandez Major: Biology Mill Creek High School: Hernandez was a two-year starter for Mill Creek High School … He was named the March MVP in 2012 and was named part of the Gwinnett All-Star Team the same season … His 2011 and 2012 teams claimed the Region Championship.

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Kevin KRUPP

Freshman • C/OF • 5’ 10” • 165 lbs. Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholtz HS) DOB: 07/30/94 Parents: Robert and Laura Krupp Major: International Affairs Buchholz High School: Krupp, a two-year starter at Buchholz High School, was named to the All-Area Second Team as a senior in 2012 … They year before, he was named his team’s Rookie of the Year … Krupp maintained the Scholar-Athlete Award from 2009-2012.

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John LaMAY

Freshman • OF/RHP • 6’ 3” • 195 lbs. Duluth, Ga. (Greater Atlanta Christian School) DOB: 10/14/93 Parents: John and Alison LaMay Major: Undecided Greater Atlanta Christian School: LaMay played four years at Greater Atlanta Christian School where he was named an All-County Honorable Mention his senior year … Also that year, he was named part of the Gwinnett County All-Star Team.

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Jake McCURRY

Freshman • OF/INF • 5’ 8” • 145 lbs. Fayetteville, Ga. (Landmark Christian School) DOB: 09/2893 Parents: J. Randy and Tammy McCurry Major: Business Landmark Christian School: McCurry played four years at Landmark Christian School where he was named his team’s MVP/Player of the Year as a senior in 2012 … He was a two-time All-Region First Team selection in 2011 and 2012 … His team was crowned the Region Champion three years in a row from 2009 to 2011 … McCurry received an honorable mention as a 2011 Perfect Game-Rawlings Underclass All-American … Away from the baseball diamond, he was an active member of the National Honor Society in 2011 and 2012.

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Michael McKIVIGAN

Freshman • INF • 5’ 7” • 160 lbs. Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholtz HS) DOB: 11/16/93 Parents: Pat and Lori McKivigan Major: Athletic Training Buchholz High School: McKivigan played four years at Buchholz High School … As a senior in 2012, he was named to the All-Area team.

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Tanner SCROGGINS

Freshman • UTIL • 5’ 10” • 160 lbs. Hampton, Ga. (Lambert HS) DOB: 11/03/93 Parents: Lenard and Lesley Scroggins Major: International Affairs Lambert High School: Scroggins played three years at Lambert High School and one year at Alpharetta High School … He received the Coaches Award in both 2010 and 2012 and was named his junior varsity squad’s Offensive MVP in 2009 … In 2011, he was an All-County First Team selection as well as an AllRegion Second Team member.

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Cody STREETMAN

Freshman • 1B • 6’ 0” • 190 lbs. Commerce, Ga. (Commerce City School) DOB: 10/14/93 Parents: Jeff and Regina Streeman Major: Business Commerce City School: Streetman played four years at Commerce City School … While there, he was named the 2012 Player of the Year for his division and was an All Area First Team selection as a 3rd baseman.

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Jesse STRICKLAND

Freshman • INF • 5’ 8” • 160 lbs. Gainesville, Ga. (North Hall HS) DOB: 05/17/94 Parents: Rob and Tamara Strickland Major: Undecided North Hall High School: Strickland played four years at North Hall High School where he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior in 2012 … Also in 2012, he was named to the All-Area Second Team as well as the All-Region Team … Strickland was also named a Georgia Senior All-Star … In 2011, he received All-Area Honorable Mention honors.

2012 PBC BATTING LEADERS/TEAM Category Batting Average Slugging pct. On base pct. Runs scored Hits Runs batted in Doubles Triples Home runs Total bases Walks Hit by pitch Strikeouts Stolen bases

Stat .286 .371 .362 295 516 267 94 10 13 669 198 30 310 41

Rank 9th 10th 9th 9th 9th 9th 6th T-6th T-10th 10th 6th 11th 6th 10th

Leader USCA USCA AASU AASU USCA AASU AASU GCSU UM USCA AASU UM USCA USCA

2012 PBC PITCHING LEADERS/TEAM Category ERA Opp. BA Strikeouts Hits Allowed Runs Allowed Earned Runs Allowed Walks Allowed

Stat 5.16 .293 270 533 322 265 224

Rank 9th 9th 10th 10th 10th 12th 11th

Leader FMU FC LU FC UNCP CSU FMU

2012 PBC FIELDING LEADERS/TEAM Category Fielding pct. Putouts Assists Fewest Errors

Stat .960 1386 630 84

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Stat .337 .468 .408 457 673 423 120 13 46 934 308 97 272 126 Stat 3.42 .251 504 402 239 188 153 Stat .972 1571 630 57

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2012 SCHEDULE/RESULTS Date Feb. 3, 2012 Feb. 4, 2012 Feb. 5, 2012 Feb. 10, 2012 Feb. 11, 2012 Feb. 12, 2012 Feb. 16, 2012 Feb. 18, 2012 Feb. 18, 2012 Feb. 25, 2012 Feb. 25, 2012 Feb. 26, 2012 Mar. 4, 2012 Mar. 4, 2012 Mar. 5, 2012 Mar. 7, 2012 Mar. 10, 2012 Mar. 10, 2012 Mar. 11, 2012 Mar. 13, 2012 Mar. 14, 2012 Mar. 16, 2012 Mar. 17, 2012 Mar. 17, 2012 Mar. 21, 2012 Mar. 24, 2012 Mar. 24, 2012 Mar. 25, 2012 Mar. 27, 2012 Mar. 31, 2012 Apr. 1, 2012 Apr. 1, 2012 Apr. 4, 2012 Apr. 6, 2012 Apr. 7, 2012 Apr. 7, 2012 Apr. 10, 2012 Apr. 11, 2012 Apr. 14, 2012 Apr. 14, 2012 Apr. 15, 2012 Apr. 18, 2012 Apr. 21, 2012 Apr. 21, 2012 Apr. 22, 2012 Apr. 25, 2012 Apr. 29, 2012 Apr. 29, 2012 Apr. 30, 2012 May 2, 2012 May 9, 2012 May 10, 2012

Opponent Saint Leo ! at Valdosta State ! vs. Lindenwood ! vs. Carson-Newman # vs. Davis & Elkins # at USC Aiken # at West Georgia Northern Kentucky Northern Kentucky UNC Pembroke * UNC Pembroke * UNC Pembroke * at Francis Marion * at Francis Marion * at Francis Marion * Truett-McConnell at Armstrong Atlantic * at Armstrong Atlantic * at Armstrong Atlantic * Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Flagler College * Flagler College * Flagler College * Toccoa Falls at Ga. Southwestern * at Ga. Southwestern * at Ga. Southwestern * at Anderson University at Georgia College * at Georgia College * at Georgia College * Anderson University Columbus State * Columbus State * Columbus State * at West Florida at West Florida at Montevallo * at Montevallo * at Montevallo * at Florida State Augusta State * Augusta State * Augusta State * West Georgia Lander University * Lander University * Lander University * Emory University vs. Armstrong Atlantic $ vs. USC Aiken $

Result L, 14-2 W, 8-3 L, 10-1 W, 7-2 W, 17-2 W, 14-6 W, 3-2 W, 10-3 W, 3-2 L, 6-5 W, 6-2 W, 8-1 W, 13-6 L, 10-1 L, 7-6 W, 4-3 L, 7-0 L, 16-7 L, 7-6 L, 8-2 L, 7-6 L, 14-1 L, 5-4 L, 8-6 W, 5-3 L, 6-3 W, 15-2 W, 6-5 W, 10-6 L, 3-1 W, 10-5 L, 14-10 L, 2-0 W, 4-2 W, 6-0 L, 7-3 L, 6-3 L, 13-5 L, 5-4 W, 8-4 W, 8-4 L, 6-0 W, 9-5 W, 2-1 W, 16-3 L, 7-5 L, 10-5 L, 17-0 L, 16-10 W, 5-4 L, 4-0 L, 11-2

Inns. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (12) 9 9 9 9 9 (13) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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

PBC 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-9 3-10 4-10 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-11 6-12 6-12 7-12 8-12 8-13 8-13 8-13 8-14 9-14 10-14 10-14 11-14 12-14 13-14 13-14 13-15 13-16 13-17 13-17 13-17 13-17

Pitcher of Record Coberly (L, 0-1) Hobby (W, 1-0) Keinat (L, 0-1) Coberly (W, 1-1) Coxwell (W, 1-0) Erisman (W, 1-0) Beauchamp (W, 1-0) Hobby (W, 2-0) Coxwell (W, 2-0) Smith (L, 0-1) Coxwell (W, 3-0) Keinat (W, 1-1) Hobby (W, 3-0) Coxwell (L, 3-1) Erisman (L, 1-1) Beauchamp (W, 2-0) Hobby (L, 3-1) Coxwell (L, 3-2) Keinat (L, 1-2) Coberly (L, 1-2) Erisman (L, 1-2) Hobby (L, 3-2) Patten (L, 0-1) Smith (L, 0-2) Coberly (W, 2-2) Keinat (L, 1-3) Beauchamp (W, 3-0) Hobby (W, 4-2) Coberly (W, 3-2) Beauchamp (L, 3-1) Hobby (W, 5-2) Taylor (L, 0-1) Patten (L, 0-2) Beauchamp (W, 4-1) Hobby (W, 6-2) Keinat (L, 1-4) Bader (L, 0-1) Fleming (L, 0-1) Erisman (L, 1-3) Hobby (W, 7-2) Keinat (W, 2-4) Beauchamp (L, 4-2) Beauchamp (W, 5-2) Hobby (W, 8-2) Keinat (W, 3-4) Coxwell (L, 3-3) Beauchamp (L, 5-3) Hobby (L, 8-3) Taylor (L, 0-2) Keinat (W, 4-4) Taylor (L, 0-3) Keinat (L, 4-5)

! - Comfort Suites Classic (Valdosta, GA) # - Carolina Outdoors Classic (Aiken, SC) $ - Peach Belt Conference Tournament (Columbus, GA)

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Attend 107 482 109 162 149 248 143 127 149 186 213 249 117 117 61 276 235 235 246 84 89 139 207 207 235 158 158 164 79 166 217 217 264 212 296 312 178 146 127 112 118 3731 211 224 184 184 287 224 191 193 212 191

All-Time Award Winners 2010 2008 2006

NCAA Division II All-American Chris Rearick 3rd Team Rob Flanigan 1st Team Brian Lauderdale 3rd Team

NCAA Division II Region Player of the Year 2006 Brian Lauderdale NCAA Division II Region Pitcher of the Year 2010 Chris Rearick NCAA Division II Rawlings/ABCA All-Region 2011 Derek Hooper Kenny Bellavance Jacob Ricket Blake Hobby 2010 Jordan Erisman 2009 Andre Airich 2008 Rob Flanigan Chris Curtis Craig Brisson 2007 Chris Curtis

2011 2010 2006

NCAA Division II Daktronics All-Region Derek Hooper Kenny Bellavance Jacob Ricket Blake Hobby Jordan Erisman Jacob Rickett Brian Lauderdale

2010 2009 2008 2007

Gold Glove Award Blake Hobby Daniel Petiti Daniel Petiti Andre Airich Anders Oster Daniel Petiti

2007

Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year Tom Catnrell

2006

PBC Player of the Year Brian Lauderdale

2010

PBC Pitcher of the Year Chris Rearick

2007

PBC Freshman of the Year Craig Brisson

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

PBC All-Conference Kenny Bellavance 2nd Team Blake Hobby 2nd Team Kenny Bellavance 1st Team Blake Hobby 1st Team Troy Snitker 2nd Team Jacob Rickett 2nd Team Jordan Erisman 1st Team Chris Rearick 1st Team Andre Airick 2nd Team Chad Sage 2nd Team Blake Hobby 2nd Team Andre Airich 1st Team Brad Hall 2nd Team Rob Flanigan Craig Brisson Chris Curtis

2011

PBC All-Tournament Jordan Erisman Blake Hobby

Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athlete 2005 Ryan Gurley 2002 Justin Shurley 2001 Justin Shurley 2005 2004 2001

NAIA All-American Brian Lauderdale 1st Team Richie Daigle 2nd Team Justin Rickett HM Jason Willard HM Stephen Flake 2nd Team Nick Deckton HM William Geiler HM Sean Pittman HM Justin Shurley HM

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

NAIA All-Region 13 Brian Lauderdale 1st Team Kevin Bulger 2nd Team Richie Daigle 2nd Team Justin Rickett 2nd Team Stephen Flake Steven King Jason Elkins Nick Deckton William Geiler Sean Pittman Justin Shurley Jason Dillon Rob Lystad

2005

SSAC All-Conference Richie Daigle Brian Lauderdale Justin Rickett

2005

SSAC All-Academic Brian Lauderdale

Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference Coach of the Year 2003 Tom Cantrell 2001 Tom Cantrell GACC Male Athlete of the Year 2001 William Geiler 2001

GACC Player of the Year William Geiler

2003

GACC Freshman of the Year Stephen Flake

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

All-GACC Stephen Flake Bobby Gresham Steven King David Loder Jason Elkins Justin Shurley Nick Deckon William Geiler Sean Pittman Justin Shurley Jason Dillon Jason Elkins Rob Lystad

Southern States Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year 2005 Eric Good

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cory blackmon

William Gieler

Ryan Garmon

2003 Atlanta Braves Danville Braves

2001 GACC Player of the Year 2001 GACC Male Athlete of the Year

2005 Cincinnati Reds Sarasota Reds

eric good

Justine shurley

Ryan gurley

2005 SSAC Freshman of the Year 2002 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete

Stephen flake

2003 GACC Freshman of the Year 2004 NAIA All-Region XIII Team 2004 All-American, 2nd Team

jordan erisman

2010 PBC All-Conference 2010 ABCA All-Region 2010 Daktronics All-Regionz 2011 PBC All-Tournament

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kevin bulger

2005 MLB Draft 25th Round Kansas City Royals 2005 NAIA All-Region XIII Team

andre airich

2008 South Atlantic Gold Glove 2009 PBC All-Conference 2009 Rawlings/ABCA All-Region 2010 PBC All-Conference

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craig brisson

2007 PBC Freshman of the Year 2008 PBC All-Conference 2008 Rawlings/ABCA All-Region

chris rearick

2010 MLB Draft 41st Round Tampa Bay Rays 2010 PBC Pitcher of the Year 2010 Southeast Pitcher of the Year 2010 Third-Team All-American

Sean Pittman

2001 MLB Draft, 34th Round New York Mets

brad hall 2009 PBC All-Conference

anders oster

2008 South Atlantic Gold Glove 2010 PBC Scholar Athlete

daniel petitti

2007 South Atlantic Gold Glove 2009 South Atlantic Gold Glove 2010 Southeast Gold Glove 2010 MLB Draft 37th Round Oakland Athletics

Honor Roll

jason elkins

2002 NAIA All-American 2002 NAIA All-Region XIII Team

chris curtis

DEREK HOOPER

chad sage

2010 Southeast Gold Glove 2011 First-Team All-Conference 2011 ABCA All-Region 2011 Daktronics All-Region

brian lauderdale

2010 PBC All-Conference

2010 Daktronics All-Region 2011 2nd-Team All-Conference 2011 ABCA All-Region 2011 Daktronics All-Region

richie daigle

rob flanigan

2007 PBC All-Conference 2007 Daktronics 2nd All-Region 2008 PBC All-Conference 2008 Rawlings/ABCA All-Region

2005 NAIA All-American, 1st Team 2005 NAIA All-Region XIII Team 2006 PBC Player of the Year 2006 South Atlantic Region Team 2006 NCAA All-American, 3rd Team 2006 SD Padres - AZL Padres

San Diego Padres (2005-06) AZL Padres Lake Elsinore (A-Ball) 2005 All-American, 2nd Team 2005 NAIA All-Region XIII Team 2005 SSAC All-Conference

blake hobby

jacob rickett

TROY SNITKER

2010 Southeast Gold Glove 2011 First-Team All-Conference 2011 PBC All-Tournament 2011 ABCA All-Region 2011 Daktronics All-Region

2010 Daktronics All-Region 2011 2nd-Team All-Conference 2011 ABCA All-Region 2011 Daktronics All-Region

KENNY BELLAVANCE

2008 MLB Draft 29th Round San Francisco Giants 2008 PBC All-Conference 2008 Rawlings/ABCA All-Region 2008 NCAA First-Team All-American

2011 2nd-Team All-Conference 2011 MLB Draft 19th Round Atlanta Braves (596th Pick)

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Record Book CAREER BATTING Highest batting avg. (minimum 250 AB) .377 Deckon, Nick (246-652) 2000-02 .363 Lauderdale, Brian (324-892) 2003-06 .354 Gieler, William (153-432) 2000-01 .352 Bulger, Kevin (101-287) 2005 .351 Airich, Andre (313-891) 2007-10 .347 Brisson, Craig (328-944) 2007-10 .342 Daigle, Richie (145-424) 2004-05 Highest slugging pct. (minimum 250 AB) .612 Deckon, Nick (652 AB) 2000-02 .604 Daigle, Richie (424 AB) 2004-05 .561 Dillon, Jason (335 AB) 2000-01 .557 Bulger, Kevin (287 AB) 2005 .543 Terry, Matt (429 AB) 2003-04 .539 Airich, Andre (891 AB) 2007-10 .525 Gieler, William (432 AB) 2000-01 Highest on base pct. (minimum 250 AB) .474 Deckon, Nick (652 AB) 2000-02 .453 King, Steven (381 AB) 2003-04 .444 Hrenko, Pat (290 AB) 2001-02 .442 Rickett, Justin (736 AB) 2004-07 .439 Brisson, Craig (944 AB) 2007-10 .439 Bulger, Kevin (287 AB) 2005 .436 Airich, Andre (891 AB) 2007-10 Most games played 247 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 246 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 226 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 224 Airich, Andre 2007-10 223 Loder, David 2000-03 221 Oster, Anders 2006-10 217 Petitti, Daniel 2007-10 Most games started 235 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 233 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 226 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 224 Airich, Andre 2007-10 217 Oster, Anders 2006-10 215 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 207 Petitti, Daniel 2007-10 Most at bats 944 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 892 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 891 Airich, Andre 2007-10 837 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 789 Oster, Anders 2006-10 764 Petitti, Daniel 2006-10 736 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 Most runs scored 266 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 235 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 208 Airich, Andre 2007-10 199 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 189 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 182 Deckon, Nick 2000-02 160 Gurley, Ryan 2003-05 Most hits 328 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 324 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 313 Airich, Andre 2007-10 293 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12

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Gurley, Ryan Deckon, Nick Rickett, Justin

2003-06 2000-02 2004-07

Most doubles 72 Airich, Andre 2007-10 57 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 56 Deckon, Nick 2000-02 56 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 52 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 Most triples 14 Deckon, Nick 2000-02 11 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 10 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 8 Loder, David 2000-03 8 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 7 Bulger, Kevin 2005 7 Tate, Josh 2006-08 Most home runs 34 Sage, Chad 30 Hall, Brad 29 Airich, Andre 25 Rickett, Justin 24 Daigle, Richie 23 Deckon, Nick 23 Dillon, Jason

2008-11 07, 09-11 2007-10 2004-07 2004-05 2000-02 2000-01

Most runs batted in 210 Airich, Andre 2007-10 193 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 181 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 171 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 160 Hall, Brad 07, 09-11 150 Chad Sage 2008-11 Most total bases 480 Airich, Andre 2007-10 458 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 448 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 424 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 399 Deckon, Nick 2000-02 392 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 Most walks 127 Brisson, Craig 118 Airich, Andre 110 Deckon, Nick 106 Gurley, Ryan 104 Rickett, Justin 104 Loder, David

2007-10 2007-10 2000-02 2003-06 2004-07 2000-03

Most intentional walks 12 Rickett, Justin 11 Flanigan, Rob 8 Troy Snitker 6 Airich, Andre 5 Gurley, Ryan

2004-07 2008 2009-10 2007-10 2003-06

Most times hit by pitch 53 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 40 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 35 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 33 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 31 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 Most times struck out 200 Hall, Brad 173 Airich, Andre 170 Sage, Chad 168 Petitti, Daniel

07, 09-11 2007-10 2008-11 2007-10

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160 151

Loder, David 2000-03 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06

Most sacrifice flies 22 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 17 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 17 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 16 Airich, Andre 2007-10 13 Lemons, Preston 2000-03 Most sacrifice hits 29 Hooper, Derek 25 Hall, Brett 24 Oster, Anders 22 Airich, Andre 21 Petitti, Daniel 19 Loder, David

2011-12 2000-04 2006-10 2007-10 2007-10 2000-03

Most stolen bases 100 Lauderdale, Brian (100-113) 58 Brisson, Craig (58-74) 54 Loder, David (54-71) 48 Gieler, William (48-60) 45 Deckon, Nick (45-66) 40 Pittman, Sean (40-51)

2003-06 2007-10 2000-03 2000-01 2000-02 2000-01

Most times caught stealing 21 Deckon, Nick (45-66) 17 Loder, David (54-71) 16 Brisson, Craig (58-74) 14 Dillon, Jason (17-31) 13 Lauderdale. Brian (100-113)

2000-02 2000-03 2007-10 2000-01 2004-06

Most stolen base attempts 113 Lauderdale, Brian (100-113) 74 Brisson, Craig (58-74) 71 Loder, David (54-71) 66 Deckon, Nick (45-66) 60 Gieler, William (48-60) 51 Pittman, Sean (40-51) 43 Cooper, David (33-43)

2003-06 2007-10 2000-03 2000-02 2000-01 2000-01 2002-03

Most times reached base on error 37 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 33 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 30 Oster, Anders 2006-10 29 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 28 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 26 Warner, Creston 2004-07 26 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 Most times reached on fielder’s choice 45 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 39 Airich, Andre 2007-10 35 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 34 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 31 Oster, Anders 2006-10 Most fly outs 259 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 238 Brisson, Craig 2007-10 223 Petitti, Daniel 2007-10 222 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 212 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 193 Oster, Anders 2006-10 Most ground outs 248 Oster, Anders 243 Brisson, Craig 240 Erisman, Jordan 227 Airich, Andre 212 Gurley, Ryan

2006-10 2007-10 2009-12 2007-10 2003-06

Record Book 202

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68 64 61 60

Most picked off 5 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 5 Gurley, Ryan 2003-06 5 Rickett, Justin 2004-07 5 Tate, Josh 2006-08

CAREER PITCHING Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 75 IP) 1.58 Elkins, Jason (131.0 IP) 2000-02 2.53 Curtis, Chris (217.0 IP) 2007-08 2.72 Jones, Joseph (112.2 IP) 2000-02 2.72 Shurley, Justin (191.2 IP) 2001-02 2.76 Whiting, Michael (198.2 IP) 2004-06 2.97 Willard, Jason (181.2 IP) 2004-05 Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 75 IP) .211 Rickett, Jacob (124.2 IP) 2008-11 .218 Flake, Stephen (286.2 IP) 2003-05 .222 Willard, Jason (181.2 IP) 2004-05 .226 Stowe, Justin (163.1 IP) 2004-05 .226 Whiting, Michael (198.2 IP) 2004-06 .237 Rearick, Chris (98.1 IP) 2010 Fewest walks allowed/9 inn game (minimum 75 IP) 1.88 Shurley, Justin (191.2 IP) 2001-02 2.00 Jones, Joseph (112.2 IP) 2000-02 2.20 Elkins, Jason (131.0 IP) 2000-02 2.22 Naylor, Lee (150.1 IP) 2000-02 2.22 Lussi, Garrett (170.0 IP) 2006-09 2.29 Rearick, Chris (98.1 IP) 2010 Most strikeouts/9 inn game (minimum 75 IP) 11.13 Elkins, Jason (131.0 IP) 2000-02 10.36 Stowe, Justin (163.1 IP) 2004-05 10.11 Rickett, Jacob (124.2 IP) 2008-11 9.36 Willard, Jason (181.2 IP) 2004-05 9.06 Rearick, Chris (98.1 IP) 2010 8.97 Musslewhite, Tyler (89.1 IP) 2009 8.63 Flake, Stephen (286.2 IP) 2003-05 Most wins 27 Hobby, Blake (27-14) 26 Flake, Stephen (26-12) 21 Willard, Jason (21-6) 21 Whiting, Michael (21-5) 19 Stowe, Justin (19-7) 18 Shurley, Justin (18-5) 18 Patton, Michael (18-10)

2009-12 2003-05 2004-05 2004-06 2004-05 2001-02 2008-11

Most losses 14 Hobby, Blake 12 Flake, Stephen 11 Hobby, Blake 11 Black, Zach 11 Lystad, Rob

2009-12 2003-05 2009-11 2006-08 2000-02

(27-14) (26-12) (19-11) (11-11) (17-11)

Most saves 40 Elkins, Jason 30 Rickett, Jacob 11 Gresham, Bobby 7 Peters, Mike 7 Yackee, Justin Most appearances 100 Rickett, Jacob 100 Lussi, Garrett 95 Elkins, Jason

2000-02 2008-11 2003-04 2007-08 2009-10

Simmons, Alex Patton, Michael Copeland, Caleb Jones, Joseph

2008-11 2008-11 2007-09 2000-02

Most games started 43 Flake, Stephen 39 Patton, Michael 37 Lystad, Rob 33 Handley, Greg 32 Wiley, James 31 Hobby, Blake 31 Shurley, Justin 31 Whiting, Michael

2003-05 2008-11 2000-02 2000-02 2008-10 2009-11 2001-02 2004-06

Most complete games 11 Flake, Stephen 9 Curtis, Chris 8 Shurley, Justin 8 Hobby, Blake 7 Willard, Jason 5 Lystad, Rob 5 Wiley, James

2003-05 2007-08 2001-02 2009-12 2004-05 2000-02 2008-10

Most games finished 65 Rickett, Jacob 60 Elkins, Jason 37 Lussi, Garrett 35 Gresham, Bobby 22 Garmon, Ryan 20 Black, Zach

2008-11 2000-02 2006-09 2003-04 2004-05 2006-08

Most shutouts 5 Hobby, Blake 4 Flake, Stephen 3 Willard, Jason 3 Shurley, Justin 2 Four Tied

Jason Elkins

2009-12 2003-05 2004-05 2001-02

Most combined shutouts 4 Whiting, Michael 2004-06 4 McKee, Craig 2001-05 3 Black, Zach 2006-08 3 Garmon, Ryan 2004-05 3 Sikes, Brannon 2003-07 Innings pitched 316.0 Hobby, Blake 286.2 Flake, Stephen 269.0 Patton, Michael 217.0 Curtis, Chris 203.2 Lystad, Rob 198.2 Whiting, Michael 191.2 Shurley, Justin 184.0 Handley, Greg

2009-12 2003-05 2008-11 2007-08 2000-02 2004-06 2001-02 2000-02

Most hits allowed 306 Hobby, Blake 300 Patton, Michael 228 Flake, Stephen 220 Lystad, Rob 214 Wiley, James 208 Handley, Greg 197 Curtis, Chris 193 Shurley, Justin 183 Black, Zach

2008-12 2008-11 2003-05 2000-02 2008-10 2000-02 2007-08 2001-02 2006-08

2008-11 2006-09 2000-02

Chris curtis

Justin Shurley

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Record Book Most runs allowed 171 Patton, Michael 141 Lystad, Rob 128 Flake, Stephen 117 Hobby, Blake 113 Wiley, James 113 Blackmon, Cory

2008-11 2000-02 2003-05 2009-11 2008-10 2000, 02-03

Most earned runs allowed 155 Patton, Michael 2008-11 132 Hobby, Blake 2009-12 103 Flake, Stephen 2003-05 87 Wiley, James 2008-10 82 Lystad, Rob 2000-02 80 Handley, Greg 2000-02 75 McKee, Craig 2001-05 Most walks allowed 129 Patton, Michael 108 Blackmon, Cory 95 Hobby, Blake 94 Flake, Stephen 85 Sikes, Brannon

2008-11 2000, 02-03 2009-12 2003-05 2003-07

Most intentional walks allowed 6 Rickett, Jacob 2008-11 5 Gresham, Bobby 2003-04 5 Black, Zach 2006-08 4 Lussi, Garrett 2006-08 4 Gilleland, Cory 2006 4 Yackee, Justin 2009 Most strikeouts 275 Flake, Stephen 238 Hobby, Blake 196 Patton, Michael 189 Willard, Jason 188 Stowe, Justin 162 Elkins, Jason 148 Lystad, Rob

2003-05 2009-12 2008-11 2004-05 2004-05 2000-02 2000-02

Most strikeouts looking 81 Hobby, Blake 53 Patton, Michael 53 Curtis, Chris 44 Wiley, James 40 Rickett, Jacob 39 Simmons, Alex 38 Stowe, Justin

2009-12 2008-11 2007-08 2008-10 2008-11 2008-11 2004-05

Jason Willard

2013 MEDIA GUIDE

Most doubles allowed 61 Hobby, Blake 48 Flake, Stephen 43 Wiley, James 43 Patton, Michael 38 Curtis, Chris 35 Black, Zach 33 Lussi, Garrett

2009-12 2003-05 2008-10 2008-11 2007-08 2006-08 2006-09

Most triples allowed 7 Lystad, Rob 7 Handley, Greg 7 Thomas, Mark 6 Patton, Michael 6 Hobby, Blake

2000-02 2000-02 06, 08-09 2008-11 2009-12

Most home runs allowed 24 Patton, Michael 2008-11 23 Flake, Stephen 2003-05 19 Lystad, Rob 2000-02 18 Lussi, Garrett 2006-09 16 Naylor, Lee 2000-02 15 Wiley, James 2008-09 13 Shurley, Justin 2001-02 Most batters faced 1363 Hobby, Blake 1251 Patton, Michael 1184 Flake, Stephen 905 Curtis, Chris 841 Whiting, Michael 827 Shurley, Justin 821 Wiley, James

2009-12 2008-11 2003-05 2007-08 2004-06 2001-02 2008-10

Most at bats against 1204 Hobby, Blake 1051 Patton, Michael 1045 Flake, Stephen 818 Curtis, Chris 756 Shurley, Justin 735 Whiting, Michael

2009-12 2008-11 2003-05 2007-08 2001-02 2004-06

Most wild pitches 23 Flake, Stephen 19 Sikes, Brannon 18 Patton, Michael 18 Blackmon, Cory 17 McKee, Craig 13 Coberly, Wes 12 Rickett, Jacob 12 Stowe, Josh 12 Smallwood, Erik 12 Mitchell, Andy

2003-05 2003-07 2008-11 2000, 02-03 2001-05 2011-12 2008-11 2004-05 2003 2000

Most balks 6 Patton, Michael 5 Lystad, Rob 4 Simmons, Alex 4 Kill, Paul 4 Whiting, Michael

2008-09 2000-02 2008-11 2003-04 2004-05

Most hit batters 40 Patton, Michael 30 McKee, Craig 28 Hobby, Blake 20 Black, Zach 20 Jones, Joseph 20 Bobby Gresham 20 Lystad, Rob 20 Whiting, Michael

2008-11 2001-05 2009-12 2006-08 2000-02 2003-04 2000-02 2004-06

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Most sacrifice flies allowed 11 Flake, Stephen 2003-05 10 Lystad, Rob 2000-02 9 Patton, Michael 2008-11 8 Wiley, James 2008-10 8 Hobby, Blake 2009-11 Most sacrifice hits allowed 23 Hobby, Blake 2009-11 22 Patton, Michael 2008-11 19 Curtis, Chris 2007-08 18 McKee, Craig 2001-05 17 Whiting, Michael 2004-06 17 Wiley, James 2008-10 Most fly outs 282 Flake, Stephen 273 Patton, Michael 232 Whiting, Michael 222 Hobby, Blake 201 Lussi, Garrett 198 Curtis, Chris

2003-05 2008-11 2004-06 2009-11 2006-09 2007-08

Most ground outs 290 Patton, Michael 280 Curtis, Chris 260 Hobby, Blake 260 Flake, Stephen 219 McKee, Craig

2008-11 2007-08 2009-11 2003-05 2001-05

Most runners picked off 21 Bradley, Tom 2005-06 20 Petitti, Daniel 2007-10 19 Hall, Brett 2000-04 12 Black, Zach 2006-08 11 Snitker, Troy 2010-11

CAREER FIELDING Highest fielding pct. (minimum 200 chances) .990 Warner, Creston (1255-81-13) 2004-07 .989 Baker, Adam (266-13-3) 2009-10 .989 Hall, Brad (892-42-10) 07, 09-11 .988 Leja, Brett (307-24-4) 2005 .987 Snitker, Troy (756-76-11) 2010-11 .987 Flanigan, Rob (579-410-8) 2008 .985 Hall, Brett (1071-140-19) 2000-04 Lowest stolen base against pct. (minimum 20 attempts) .364 Lystad, Rob (8-22) .500 Black, Zach (10-20) .500 McKee, Craig (10-20) .570 Hall, Brett (86-151) .593 Petitti, Daniel (124-209) Most chances 1474 Petitti, Daniel 2007-10 1349 Warner, Creston 2004-07 1230 Hall, Brett 2000-04 1143 Oster, Anders 2006-10 992 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 Most putouts 1256 Petitti, Daniel 1255 Warner, Creston 1071 Hall, Brett 892 Hall, Brad

2007-10 2004-07 2000-04 07, 09-11

2000-02 2006-08 2001-05 2000-04 2007-10

Record Book 854 786

Brinson, Brian 2002-03 Chastain, David 2003-06

Most assists 737 Oster, Anders 2006-10 512 Airich, Andre 2007-10 491 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 472 Erisman, Jordan 2009-12 459 Loder, David 2000-03 360 Pittman, Sean 2000-01 355 Erisman, Jordan 2009-11 Most errors 70 Rickett, Justin 54 Oster, Anders 53 Erisman, Jordan 51 Airich, Andre 49 Loder, David 47 Pittman, Sean

2004-07 2006-10 2009-12 2007-10 2000-03 2000-01

Most double plays turned 125 Oster, Anders 2006-10 102 Lauderdale, Brian 2003-06 97 Warner, Creston 2004-07 83 Hooper, Derek 2011-12 66 Loder, David 2000-03 64 Hall, Brad 07, 09-11 Most triple plays turned 1 Parker, Chris 2001 1 Loder, David 2000-03 Most caught stealing by 85 Petitti, Daniel 65 Hall, Brett 36 Chastain, David 26 Snitker, Troy 17 Flake, Stephen 17 Good, Erik

2007-10 2000-04 2003-05 2010-11 2003-05 2005-06

Most stolen bases against 124 Petitti, Daniel 2007-10 105 Chastain, David 2003-06 86 Hall, Brett 2000-04 59 Good, Erik 2005-06 54 Snitker, Troy 2010-11 52 Lemons, Preston 2000-03 Most passed balls

23 13 12 11

Chastain, David Petitti, Daniel Poitevint, Brad Hall, Brett

2003-06 2007-10 2005 2000-04

SINGLE SEASON BATTING Highest batting avg. (minimum 100 AB) .405 Deckon, Nick (83-205) 2001 .403 Flanigan, Rob (91-226) 2008 .399 Lauderdale, Brian (118-296) 2005 .392 Rickett, Justin (49-125) 2004 .391 Lauderdale, Brian (91-233) 2006 .391 Pittman, Sean (92-235) 2001 Highest slugging pct. (minimum 100 AB) .735 Flanigan, Rob (226 AB) 2008 .694 Dillon, Jason (196 AB) 2000 .685 DeRosa, Michael (162 AB) 2004 .663 Deckon, Nick (205 AB) 2001 .650 Terry, Matt (240 AB) 2004 .649 Daigle, Richie (262 AB) 2005

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Highest on base pct. (minimum 100 AB) .527 Flanigan, Rob (226 AB) 2008 .502 Deckon, Nick (205 AB) 2001 .500 Rickett, Justin (207 AB) 2005 .490 Rickett, Justin (125 AB) 2004 .490 Terry, Matt (240 AB) 2004 .486 Deckon, Nick (232 AB) 2002 Highest stolen base pct. (minimum 10 attempts) 1.000 Loder, David (12-12) 2000 1.000 Morrison, Kevin (10-10) 2008 .929 Lauderdale, Brian (39-42) 2005 .929 Rickett, Justin (13-14) 2005 .916 Hooper, Derek (11-12) 2011 .900 Erisman, Jordan (9-10) 2010 Most games played 72 Daigle, Richie 2005 72 Gurley, Ryan 2004 72 Gurley, Ryan 2005 72 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 72 Bulger, Kevin 2005 69 Terry, Matt 2004 69 Bulger, Kevin 2005 Most games started 72 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 72 Daigle, Richie 2005 71 Gurley, Ryan 2005 70 Gurley, Ryan 2004 69 Bulger, Kevin 2005 68 Terry, Matt 2004 Most at bats 296 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 287 Bulger, Kevin 2005 275 Brisson, Craig 2008 262 Daigle, Richie 2005 255 Gurley, Ryan 2005 253 Gurley, Ryan 2004

sean pittman

brian lauderdale

Most runs scored 111 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 88 Bulger, Kevin 2005 83 Daigle, Richie 2005 75 Rickett, Justin 2005

43

Brisson, Craig Flanigan, Rob

2008 2008

Most hits 118 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 101 Bulger, Kevin 2005 98 Brisson, Craig 2008 94 Daigle, Richie 2005 92 Pittman, Sean 2001 91 Flanigan, Rob 2008 91 Lauderdale, Brian 2006 91 Airich, Andre 2009 Most doubles 24 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 24 Bulger, Kevin 2005 22 Brisson, Craig 2008 21 Hrenko, Pat 2001 20 Deckon, Nick 2001 20 Daigle, Richie 2005 20 Airich, Andre 2009 Most triples 7 Bulger, Kevin 2005 6 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 6 Deckon, Nick 2001 6 Erisman, Jordan 2010 Most home runs 20 Flanigan, Rob 19 Dillon, Jason 17 Terry, Matt 16 Daigle, Richie 14 DeRosa, Michael 14 Hall, Brad

2008 2000 2004 2005 2004 2009

Most runs batted in 78 Daigle, Richie 2005 75 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 74 Flanigan, Rob 2008 70 Terry, Matt 2004 66 Bulger, Kevin 2005 65 Gieler, William 2001 Most total bases 178 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 170 Daigle, Richie 2005

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Record Book 8 Lauderdale, Brian 2006 7 King, Steven 2003 7 Gurley, Ryan 2005 7 Terry, Matt 2003 7 Lemons, Preston 2002 Most sacrifice hits 16 Hooper, Derek 2012 14 Matheny, Paul 2002 13 Hooper, Derek 2011 12 Hall, Brett 2001 12 Sanders, Clay 2003 Most stolen bases 44 Lauderdale, Brian (44-51) 39 Lauderdale, Brian (39-42) 27 Pittman, Sean (27-34) 26 Gieler, William (26-30) 24 Brisson, Craig (24-27) 22 Gieler, William (22-30)

Rob flanigan 166 160 156 150

Flanigan, Rob Bulger, Kevin Terry, Matt Brisson, Craig

2008 2005 2004 2008

Most walks 59 Terry, Matt 54 Flanigan, Rob 44 Deckon, Nick 42 Daigle, Richie 40 Snitker, Troy 40 King, Steven

2004 2008 2002 2005 2011 2004

Most intentional walks 11 Flanigan, Rob 8 Snitker, Troy 5 Rickett, Justin 5 Airich, Andre 3 Erisman, Jordan 3 Hrenko, Pat 3 Rickett, Justin

2008 2011 2007 2009 2012 2001 2004

Most times hit by pitch 20 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 17 Loder, David 2003 16 Gurley, Ryan 2004 15 Rickett, Justin 2005 14 Potts, Kyle 2004 14 Rickett, Justin 2005 Most times struck out 63 Daigle, Richie 59 Brinson, Brian 57 Hall, Brad 56 Carpenter, Dustin 55 Petitti, Daniel

2005 2003 2009 2012 2008

Most times struck out looking 26 Airich, Andre 2007 22 Hall, Brad 2009 21 Carpenter, Dustin 2012 16 Daigle, Richie 2005 16 Airich, Andre 2008 16 Chad Sage 2008 16 Petitti, Daniel 2009 Most sacrifice flies 9 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 8 Petitti, Daniel 2008

2013 MEDIA GUIDE

Most times caught stealing 11 Dillon, Jason (8-19) 9 Deckon, Nick (19-28) 8 Gieler, William (22-30) 8 Loder, David (17-25) 7 Six tied at seven Most stolen base attempts 51 Lauderdale, Brian (44-51) 42 Lauderdale, Brian (39-42) 34 Pittman, Sean (27-34) 30 Gieler, William (22-30) 30 Gieler, William (26-30) 28 Deckon, Nick (19-28) Most times reached base on error 20 Bulger, Kevin 2005 15 Rickett, Justin 2006 13 Daigle, Richie 2005 12 Hooper, Derek 2011 12 Seay, Ryan 2005 12 Cooper, David 2002 12 Daigle, Richie 2004 12 Brisson, Craig 2008 Most times reached on fielder’s choice 15 Airich, Andre 2007 14 Bulger, Kevin 2005 14 Lauderdale, Brian 2006 13 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 13 Daigle, Richie 2005 12 Rickett, Justin 2005 12 Tate, Josh 2008 12 Troy Snitker 2010 Most fly outs 81 Tate, Josh 2008 76 Erisman, Jordan 2012 75 Brisson, Craig 2008 75 Lauderdale, Brian 2005 Most ground outs 81 Parker, Chris 75 Jones, Terrell 72 Airich, Andre 72 Erisman, Jordan 71 Oster, Anders

2001 2011 2008 2009 2007

Most picked off 3 Bulger, Kevin 2005 3 Lauderdale, Brian 2006

44

3 3

Tate, Josh Hooper, Derek

2008 2012

SINGLE SEASON PITCHING

2006 2005 2001 2001 2008 2000

Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 47 IP) 1.32 Elkins, Jason (47.2 IP) 2002 1.76 Hobby, Blake (102.1 IP) 2011 2.06 Whiting, Michael (48.0 IP) 2004 2.20 Jones, Joseph (57.1 IP) 2002 2.25 Curtis, Chris (100.0 IP) 2007 2.30 Willard, Jason (98.0 IP) 2005 2.32 Shurley, Justin (89.1 IP) 2002 2.32 Flake, Stephen (77.2 IP) 2005

2000 2001 2000 2002

Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 47 IP) .201 Elkins, Jason (47.2 IP) .207 Flake, Stephen (118.0 IP) .209 Stowe, Justin (79.0 IP) .213 Willard, Jason (98.0 IP) .216 Whiting, Michael (48.0 IP)

2002 2004 2005 2005 2004

2006 2005 2001 2000 2001 2001

Fewest walks allowed/9 inn game (minimum 47 IP) 1.51 Shurley, Justin (89.1 IP) 1.63 Jones, Joseph (55.1 IP) 1.79 Lussi, Garrett (55.1 IP) 1.97 Keinat, Taylor (68.2 IP) 1.98 Whiting, Michael (63.2 IP) 2.01 Hobby, Blake (102.1 IP)

2002 2000 2007 2012 2005 2011

Most strikeouts/9 inn game (minimum 47 IP) 11.69 Mitchell, Andy (52.1 IP) 2000 11.62 Stowe, Justin (79.0 IP) 2005 11.14 Elkins, Jason (47.2 IP) 2002 9.90 Willard, Jason (83.2 IP) 2004 9.23 Flake, Stephen (118.0 IP) 2004 9.18 Stowe, Justin (84.1 IP) 2004 Most wins 13 Willard, Jason 12 Flake, Stephen 11 Stowe, Justin 10 Jones, Joseph 9 Rearick, Chris 9 Shurley, Justin 9 Shurley, Justin 9 Curtis, Chris

(13-3) (12-3) (11-3) (10-4) (9-2) (9-2) (9-3) (9-3)

Most losses 7 Flake, Stephen (6-7) 6 Gilleland, Cory (3-6) 6 Kill, Paul (7-6) 5 Five players tied Most saves 17 Elkins, Jason 12 Elkins, Jason 11 Rickett, Jacob 11 Rickett, Jacob 11 Elkins, Jason 7 Peters, Mike 7 Gresham, Bobby

2002 2001 2011 2010 2000 2007 2003

Most appearances 39 Elkins, Jason 31 Jones, Joseph

2002 2002

2005 2004 2005 2000 2010 2001 2002 2008 2003 2006 2003

Record Book 29 29 28 28

Jones, Joseph 2000 Elkins, Jason 2001 Hardigree, Joseph 2005 Gresham, Bobby 2003

Most games started 16 Flake, Stephen 16 Flake, Stephen 16 Curtis, Chris 16 Shurley, Justin 16 Willard, Jason

2003 2004 2008 2001 2005

Most complete games 7 Flake, Stephen 5 Willard, Jason 5 Shurley, Justin 5 Curtis, Chris

2004 2005 2001 2008

Most games finished 35 Elkins, Jason 25 Elkins, Jason 24 Gresham, Bobby 24 Rickett, Jacob 16 Garmon, Ryan 16 Peters, Mike

2002 2001 2003 2011 2005 2007

Most shutouts 3 Flake, Stephen 2 Curtis, Chris 2 Willard, Jason 2 Whiting, Michael 2 Shurley, Justin 2 Wiley, James 2 Hobby, Blake 2 Hobby, Blake

2004 2007 2004 2004 2001 2008 2011 2009

Most combined shutouts 3 McKee, Craig 2005 3 Garmon, Ryan 2005 2 eight players tied Innings pitched 118.0 Flake, Stephen 117.0 Curtis, Chris 102.1 Hobby, Blake 102.1 Shurley, Justin 100.0 Curtis, Chris 98.1 Rearick, Chris

2004 2008 2011 2001 2007 2010

Most hits allowed 105 Curtis, Chris 104 Keinat, Taylor 102 Shurley, Justin 101 Wiley, James

2008 2012 2001 2008

Most runs allowed 57 Keinat, Taylor 55 Wiley, James 54 Lystad, Rob 53 Bradley, Tom 52 Cory Blackmon

2012 2008 2001 2006 2000

Most earned runs allowed 47 Patton, Michael 2009 46 Keinat, Taylor 2012 46 Flake, Stephen 2004 45 Patton, Michael 2008 45 Musselwhite, Tyler2009 Most walks allowed 46 Cory Blackmon

2000

45 Patton, Michael 2008 41 Cory Blackmon 2003 39 Bradley, Tom 2006 39 Musselwhite, Tyler2009 38 Kill, Paul 2003 Most intentional walks allowed 4 Gilleland, Cory 2006 4 Black, Zach 2008 4 Yackee, Justin 2009 3 Hardigree, Joseph 2005 3 Gresham, Bobby 2004 3 Williams, Mitch 2007 3 Curtis, Chris 2007 3 Rickett, Jacob 2010 Most strikeouts 121 Flake, Stephen 102 Stowe, Justin 99 Rearick, Chris 97 Willard, Jason 92 Willard, Jason 91 Curtis, Chris

2004 2005 2010 2005 2004 2008

Most strikeouts looking 40 Curtis, Chris 38 Stowe, Justin 29 Rearick, Chris 28 Musselwhite, Tyler 27 Hobby, Blake 27 Willard, Jason

2008 2005 2010 2009 2011 2005

Most doubles allowed 20 Flake, Stephen 20 Curtis, Chris 20 Keinat, Taylor 19 Hobby, Blake 19 Wiley, James

2004 2008 2012 2011 2008

Most triples allowed 4 Thomas, Mark 4 Willard, Jason 4 Wiley, James 4 Hobby, Blake 3 Six Players Tied

2008 2005 2008 2012

Most home runs allowed 12 Musselwhite, Tyler 2009 11 Flake, Stephen 2004 10 Patton, Michael 2008 10 Rearick, Chris 2010 Most batters faced 488 Curtis, Chris 472 Flake, Stephen 444 Shurley, Justin 419 Rearick, Chris 417 Curtis, Chris 410 Hobby, Blake

2008 2004 2001 2010 2007 2011

Most at bats against 448 Curtis, Chris 420 Flake, Stephen 405 Shurley, Justin 376 Rearick, Chris 371 Willard, Jason

2008 2004 2001 2010 2005

Most wild pitches 12 Mitchell, Andy 2000 12 Smallwood, Erik 2003 11 Flake, Stephen 2004 9 Blackmon, Cory 2000

45

8 8 8 8

Stowe, Josh 2005 Whiting, Mich. 2006 Musselwhite, Tyler 2009 Beauchamp, Jacob 2012

Most balks 5 Patton, Michael 2008 3 Kill, Paul 2003 3 Lystad, Rob 2001 3 Stowe, Justin 2004 3 Bradley, Tom 2006 Most hit batters 18 Patton, Michael 2009 13 Rearick, Chris 2010 12 Gresham, Bobby 2003 12 Jones, Joseph 2002 11 Jacob Beauchamp 2012 11 Patton, Michael 2008 11 Bradley, Tom 2006 Most sacrifice flies allowed 7 Lystad, Rob 2001 5 Gilleland, Cory 2006 5 Hobby, Blake 2010 Most sacrifice hits allowed 13 Curtis, Chris 2007 13 Whiting, Mich. 2006 11 Bradley, Tom 2006 11 Sikes, Brannon 2007 11 Wiley, James 2008 Most fly outs 119 Whiting, Mich. 118 Flake, Stephen 110 Curtis, Chris 108 Handley, Greg 104 Shurley, Justin 99 Bradley, Tom

2006 2004 2008 2001 2001 2006

Most ground outs 141 Curtis, Chris 139 Curtis, Chris 120 Shurley, Justin 115 Hobby, Blake 115 Willard, Jason 111 Kill, Paul

2007 2008 2001 2011 2005 2003

Joseph Jones

NORTH GEORGIA BASEBALL

Record Book Most runners picked off 12 Bradley, Tom 2006 11 Snitker, Troy 2011 10 Petitti, Daniel 2009 9 Bradley, Tom 2005 8 Hall, Brett 2002

39 39 38 38

SINGLE SEASON FIELDING Highest fielding pct. (minimum 80 chances) 1.000 Gurley, Ryan (79-1-0) .993 Lemons, P (132-10-1) .993 Chastain, D (249-27-2) .992 Hall, Brett (234-26-2) .992 Warner, C. (472-21-4) .992 Petitti, D. (331-51-3) .992 Baker, A. (241-10-2) .992 Brisson, C. (115-5-1)

2005 2002 2004 2000 2007 2009 2009 2010

Lowest stolen base against pct. (minimum 10 attempts) .364 Thomas, Mark (4-11) 2006 .417 Coberly, Wes (5-12) 2011 .455 Smith, Matt (5-11) 2011 .455 McKee, Craig (5-11) 2001 .462 Petitti, Daniel (18-39) 2010 .500 Lystad, Rob (7-14) 2001 .500 Musselwhite, Tyler (5-10) 2009 .500 Whiting, Michael (5-10) 2004 Most chances 628 Flanigan, Rob 2008 537 Terry, Matt 2004 518 Hall, Brad 2011 499 Brinson, Brian 2002 497 Warner, Creston 2007 471 Warner, Creston 2006 Most putouts 579 Flanigan, Rob 2008 496 Hall, Brad 2011 490 Terry, Matt 2004 472 Warner, Creston 2007 455 Brinson, Brian 2002 435 Warner, Creston 2006 Most assists 250 Oster, Anders 193 Lauderdale, B. 189 Oster, Anders 180 Pittman, Sean 180 Pittman, Sean 179 Oster, Anders

2008 2005 2007 2001 2000 2006

Most errors 32 Layson, Lance 27 Sanders, Clay 27 Rickett, Justin 26 Bulger, Kevin 25 Pittman, Sean 24 Terry, Matt

2000 2003 2006 2005 2000 2003

Most double plays turned 50 Flanigan, Rob 2008 48 Black, Matthew 2012 45 Hooper, Derek 2012 43 Oster, Anders 2008 41 Terry, Matt 2004

2013 MEDIA GUIDE

Hall, Brad 2011 Warner, Creston 2007 Hooper, Derek 2011 Brinson, Brian 2002

Most triple plays turned 1 Parker, Chris 2001 1 Loder, David 2001 Most caught stealing by 30 Hall, Brett 2002 25 Snitker, Troy 2011 24 Petitti, Daniel 2007 21 Petitti, Daniel 2009 21 Petitti, Daniel 2010 Most stolen bases against 48 Good, Erik 2006 45 Snitker, Troy 2011 44 Petitti, Daniel 2008 35 Petitti, Daniel 2007 31 Hall, Brett 2002 31 King, Steven 2003 Most passed balls 12 Poitevint, Brad 2005 8 Spivey, Eason 2012 7 Snitker, Troy 2011 7 Petitti, Daniel 2007 7 Chastain, David 2003 7 Chastain, David 2004 7 King, Steven 2003 7 Chastain, David 2005

TEAM SEASON BATTING Highest batting avg. .346 (842-2434) .326 (753-2311) .317 (614-1935) .303 (673-2218) .303 (556-1832)

2005 2004 2001 2008 2010

Lowest batting avg. .280 (506-1804) .286 (516-1804) .290 (588-2028) .292 (578-1981)

2000 2012 2002 2006

Highest slugging pct. .505 (2434 AB) 2005 .483 (2311 AB) 2004 .642 (2005 AB) 2009 .459 (2218 AB) 2008 Lowest slugging pct. .371 (1804 AB) 2012 .396 (1887 AB) 2011 .399 (2028 AB) 2002 .403 (1981 AB) 2006 Highest on base pct. .439 (2434 AB) 2005 .436 (2311 AB) 2004 .409 (1935 AB) 2001 .393 (2218 AB) 2008

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Lowest on base pct. .362 (1804 AB) 2012 .366 (1804 AB) 2000 .373 (1981 AB) 2006 .375 (2028 AB) 2002 Highest stolen base pct. .864 (95-110) 2005 .841 (90-107) 2008 .795 (58-73) 2003 .761 (70-92) 2006 Lowest stolen base pct. .616 (69-112) 2002 .647 (33-51) 2009 .681 (32-47) 2007 .684 (106-155) 2000 Most games played 73 2004 72 2005 67 2002 62 2008 62 2001 Fewest games played 51 2010 52 2012 54 2011 56 2007 Most at bats 2434 2005 2311 2004 2218 2008 2028 2002 Fewest at bats 1745 2003 1804 2000 1804 2012 1832 2010 Most runs scored 704 2005 584 2004 477 2008 442 2001 Fewest runs scored 295 2012 320 2011 328 2003 340 2007 Most hits 842 2005 753 2004 673 2008 614 2001 Fewest hits 506 2000 516 2012 518 2003 556 2010 Most doubles 164 2005 138 2004 135 2008 115 2001

Fewest doubles 92 2011 93 2000 94 2007 94 2012 Most triples 28 2005 17 2001 15 2002 14 2006 Fewest triples 6 2011 7 2008 8 2009 10 2007 10 2012 Most home runs 72 2009 68 2004 65 2008 56 2005 Fewest home runs 13 2012 24 2003 27 2011 30 2002 Most runs batted in 624 2005 515 2004 433 2008 395 2001 Fewest runs batted in 267 2012 288 2011 295 2003 312 2007 Most total bases 1230 2005 1117 2004 1017 2008 927 2009 Fewest total bases 669 2012 710 2003 747 2011 768 2000 Most walks 364 2004 340 2005 276 2001 275 2008 Fewest walks 197 2003 198 2012 202 2007 207 2006 Most intentional walks 12 2008 11 2004 10 2011

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Most times hit by pitch 119 2004 97 2005 72 2008 69 2006 Fewest hit by pitch 30 2000 30 2012 41 2001 44 2002 Most times struck out 454 2009 406 2002 400 2008 396 2000 Fewest strikeouts 297 2003 310 2012 358 2011 359 2006 359 2007

Most stolen base attempts 163 (121-163) 2001 155 (106-155) 2000 112 (69-112) 2002 110 (95-110) 2005 Fewest stolen base attempts 47 (32-47) 2007 48 (35-48) 2011 51 (33-51) 2009 53 (38-53) 2010 Most times reached on error 107 2005 85 2004 82 2002 76 2006

Most fly outs 629 2004 597 2008 557 2005 502 2002

Fewest sacrifice flies 17 2011 22 2000 23 2012 25 2010

Most ground outs 604 2005 561 2008 560 2002 555 2004

Most sacrifice hits 91 2002 67 2001 58 2004 56 2012

Most picked off 11 2006 10 2008 10 2004 10 2001

Fewest sacrifice hits 26 2010 32 2005 35 2006 38 2000 38 2011

Fewest stolen bases 32 (32-47) 33 (33-51) 35 (35-48) 38 (38-53)

2003 2005 2010 2007

Most times reached on FC 114 2005 90 2004 84 2007 69 2009

Most sacrifice flies 43 2005 39 2004 34 2003 34 2008

Most stolen bases 121 (121-163) 106 (106-155) 95 (95-110) 90 (90-107)

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TEAM SEASON PITCHING 2001 2000 2005 2008 2007 2009 2011 2010

Most times caught stealing 49 (106-155) 2000 43 (69-112) 2002 42 (121-163) 2001 22 (70-92) 2006 Fewest caught stealing 13 (35-38) 2011

Lowest earned run avg. 3.10 (534.0 IP) 2002 3.37 (577.2 IP) 2004 3.38 (577.1 IP) 2005 3.47 (464.1 IP) 2000 Highest earned run avg. 5.47 (510.1 IP) 2009 5.16 (462.0 IP) 2012 4.54 (454.0 IP) 2010 4.45 (489 IP) 2006 Lowest opponent average .237 (577.1 IP) 2005 .240 (577.2 IP) 2004 .256 (483.0 IP) 2011 .262 (443.0 IP) 2003 .262 (443.0 IP) 2003

Highest opponent average .299 (510.1 IP) 2009 .293 (462.0 IP) 2012 .285 (489 IP) 2006 .280 (493.2 IP) 2001 Fewest walks allowed/9 inn 4.23 (510.1 IP) 2009 2.27 (489 IP) 2006 3.05 (534.0 IP) 2002 3.10 (493.2 IP) 2001 Most walks allowed/9 inn 4.90 (443.0 IP) 2003 4.36 (462.0 IP) 2012 4.23 (510.1 IP) 2009 3.98 (454.0 IP) 2010 Most strikeouts/9 inn game 8.54 (577.2 IP) 2004 8.53 (577.1 IP) 2005 7.50 (443.0 IP) 2003 7.49 (454.0 IP) 2010 Fewest strikeouts/9 inn 4.42 (489.0 IP) 2006 5.00 (478.2 IP) 2007 5.26 (462.0 IP) 2012 6.16 (493.2 IP) 2001 Most wins 57 (57-15) 53 (53-19) 45 (45-17) 43 (43-24)

2005 2004 2001 2002

Fewest wins 24 (24-28) 31 (31-26) 32 (32-29)

2012 2003 2006

Most losses 29 (32-29) 28 (24-28) 26 (31-26) 24 (43-24)

2006 2012 2003 2002

Fewest losses 15 (57-15) 17 (34-17) 17 (45-17) 19 (53-19)

2005 2010 2001 2004

Most saves 20 2002 17 2009 16 2010 15 2001 Fewest saves 7 2003 7 2004 8 2006 Most complete games 17 2004 11 2001 11 2003 9 2008

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Fewest complete games 2 2012 3 2000 4 2007 4 2009 Most shutouts 12 2004 7 2001 7 2005 Fewest shutouts 1 2002 1 2010 1 2012 2 2008 Innings pitched 577.2 2004 577.1 2005 563.2 2008 534.0 2002 Most hits allowed 602 2009 589 2008 553 2001 551 2002 Fewest hits allowed 426 2000 447 2003 462 2011 464 2010 Most runs allowed 357 2009 349 2008 328 2006 322 2012 Fewest runs allowed 256 2011 272 2007 273 2010 274 2004 Most earned runs allowed 310 2009 269 2008 265 2012 242 2006 Fewest earned runs allowed 179 2000 184 2002 194 2003 210 2007 Most walks allowed 241 2003 240 2009 240 2008 225 2004 Fewest walks allowed 170 2001 181 2002 193 2007 201 2010 Most intentional walks 11 2007 10 2005

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Fewest intentional walks 3 2010 3 2002 4 2011 5 2003 Most strikeouts 548 2004 547 2005 431 2002 390 2008 Fewest strikeouts 240 2006 266 2007 270 2012 338 2001 Most doubles allowed 111 2009 102 2004 99 2006 96 2005 Fewest doubles allowed 66 2001 77 2011 78 2003 79 2002 Most triples allowed 17 2008 14 2012 12 2000 10 2009 Fewest triples allowed 3 2010 6 2011 8 2004 8 2003 8 2001 Most home runs allowed 51 2009 48 2008 40 2010 38 2007 Fewest home runs allowed 20 2005 20 2011 24 2000 24 2006 Most batters faced 2525 2005 2525 2008 2479 2004 2403 2009 Most at bats against 2207 2005 2189 2008 2159 2004 2091 2002 Most wild pitches 57 2005 53 2003

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Fewest wild pitches 24 2009 25 2002 26 2008 Most balks 12 2003 11 2004 9 2006 9 2007 9 2008 Fewest balks 4 2010 4 2012 5 2000 6 2005 6 2002 6 2009 Most hit batters 72 2002 69 2006 69 2009 57 2000 57 2011 Fewest hit batters 35 2007 43 2008 43 2010 45 2003 Most sacrifice flies allowed 26 2001 22 2012 22 2009 20 2011

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TEAM SEASON FIELDING Highest fielding pct. .967 (1362-551-66) .966 (1531-600-76) .966 (1733-677-84) .963 (1691-750-94) .963 (1449-612-80) .963 (1436-623-80)

2010 2009 2004 2008 2011 2007

Lowest fielding pct. .934 (1422-479-134) .940 (1329-542-120) .947 (1480-575-115) .949 (1602-652-122)

2000 2003 2001 2002

120 2003 115 2001 Fewest errors 66 2010 76 2009 80 2007 80 2011 Most double plays turned 59 2012 56 2008 51 2006 48 2002 Fewest double plays turned 23 2001 29 2009 34 2010 34 2003 Most triple plays turned 1 2001

Lowest stolen base against .523 (45-86) 2002 .551 (27-49) 2010 .567 (34-60) 2009 .606 (40-66) 2007

Most caught stealing by 41 2002 29 2006 29 2001 28 2003

Highest stolen base against .808 (59-73) 2005 .720 (72-100) 2003 .718 (74-103) 2006 .708 (51-72) 2004

Fewest caught stealing by 14 2005 18 2012 21 2004 22 2010 22 2008

Most chances 2547 2005 2535 2008 2494 2004 2376 2002

Fewest sacrifice flies allowed 9 2002 11 2008 12 2004

Fewest chances 1979 2010 1991 2003 2035 2000 2100 2012

Most sacrifice hits allowed 59 2009 57 2007 53 2006 50 2012

Most putouts 1733 2004 1732 2005 1691 2008 1602 2002

Fewest sacrifice hits allowed 29 2005 30 2003 33 2001 36 2004

Fewest putouts 1329 2003 1362 2010 1386 2012 1422 2000

Most fly outs 562 2006 528 2008 525 2001 522 2009

Most assists 750 2008 700 2005 677 2004 652 2002

Most ground outs 670 2008 609 2005 582 2004 569 2002

Fewest assists 479 2000 542 2003 551 2010 575 2001

Most runners picked off 23 2006 20 2005

Most errors 134 2000 122 2002

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Most stolen bases against 74 2006 72 2003 59 2005 52 2001 Fewest stolen bases against 27 2010 34 2009 36 2012 40 2007 Most passed balls 23 2005 16 2003 10 2004 9 2007

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Fewest passed balls 3 2008 3 2009 5 2001 5 2010

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Alabama-Huntsville Anderson Armstrong Atlantic State Atlanta Christian Auburn University Montgomery Augusta State Barton Bellarmine University Berry College Bethel College Bluefield College Brevard College Brewton-Parker Carson-Newman Catawba Claflin Columbus State Cumberland Davis & Elkins Delta State Embry-Riddle Emmanuel Emory Erskine Faulkner Flagler College Florida State Francis Marion Freed Hardeman University Gardner-Webb Georgia College Georgia Southwestern Hawaii Pacific Kennesaw State King College Lander University LaGrange Lee University Lindenwood LSU-Shreveport Mars Hill College Martin Methodist College Millersville University Milligan College Minnesota-Duluth Mobile, University of Montevallo, University of Montreat Mount Olive College Newberry College North Carolina-Pembroke, University of North Carolina Wesleyan North Greenville Northern Kentucky Oglethorpe Pfeiffer Piedmont Presbyterian Reinhardt College Saint Leo Shorter South Carolina-Aiken, University of

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