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quick facts Team Information

Contents Quick Facts & Schedule

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Sports Information

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2013 Season Preview

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2013 Schedule

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2013 Roster

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Head Coach

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Assistant Coaches

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2013 Player Profiles

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Facility Field..................... Frank Damian Field at Panther Valley Coaches

Game Environment Statement The NCAA, GLIAC, its member institutions and our student-athletes support good sportsmanship.

Head Coach...........................................Paul Page

We see our athletic venues as

Alma Mater..................................Muskingum ‘73

extensions of the classroom

Record at ODU.................. 932-470-6 (27th year)

environment where, among other

Career Record................... 932-470-6 (27th year)

lessons, we teach and learn about the

Email......................... pagep@ohiodominican.edu

importance of dignity and respect for others.

Program History

Your presence at this competition is

2013 Opponents

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All-Time Roster

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All-Time Record............................... 1261-726-7 (.639)

Year-by-Year Record

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NAIA World Series App. (last)...................................... 6

Annual Leaders

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Honor Roll

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Year-by-Year Results

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Record Book

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University Information

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City of Columbus

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University President - Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D.

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Pitchers Returning/Lost............................................9/4

University Directions

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Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................21/8

Therefore, we ask that you refrain from

Athletic Facilities

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Newcomers................................................................ 21

using derogatory or abusive language

Athletic Leadership

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letes, coaches, officials and fans as you

The GLIAC

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cheer on your team. Failure to behave

Athletic Trainers

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First Year................................................................ 1970

(2008) Regular Season Championships..................... 15 Conference Tour. Appearances................................... 30 Conference Tour. Championships.............................. 14

valued by the student-athletes, coaches and administration. It is important that all participants, including spectators and officials, have a great experience while attending our athletic events. Our student-athletes ask for

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enthusiastic support for your respective

2013 Overall Record.............................................25-28

team. Cheering and encouraging good

2013 Conference Record (Place).................. 17-16 (4th)

performance and effort are what they

Position Starters Returning/Lost...............................8/2

expect to see.

actions or gestures toward student-ath-

in a respectful manner may result in removal from the event. With your help, we can make this an event everyone can enjoy.

Thank you.

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sports information staff Scott Miles Sports Information Director Scott Miles is entering his fourth year as the sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. Miles, a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), oversees the media relations and publicity of the Ohio Dominican athletic department. He helped develop and launch www.ohiodominicanpanthers.com in December, 2010 and also started and co-hosted the weekly “Panther Spotlight” coaches shows. Miles is also a member of the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American Committee. Miles graduated from nearby Capital University in December, 2008, with a degree in English-Professional Writing and worked as a student assistant in the sports information office, running the department on an interim basis in the summer of 2008. The Solon, Ohio native interned with the Ohio High School Athletic Association from 2008-09 and spent a year as the athletic media relations intern with the University of Toledo, serving as the primary media contact for seven varsity teams while assisting with coverage of the football, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer and baseball teams. Outside of his work in sports information, Miles spent two summers as an intern with the Lake County Captains, a minor league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, and called baseball games for the Delaware Cows of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League. He also announced football, volleyball, basketball and baseball games for Capital and was the sports editor of the campus newspaper.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location..................................................................... Columbus, Ohio Founded....................................................................................... 1911 Enrollment.................................................................................. 2,600 President................................................................. Dr. Peter Cimbolic University Website.........................................www.ohiodominican.edu Nickname............................................................................... Panthers Colors............................................................... Black, Gold and White Affiliation.................................................................................NCAA II Conference.............................................................................. (GLIAC) Athletics Athletic Website.............................. www.ohiodominicanpanthers.com Athletic Phone............................................................. (614) 251-4537 Athletic Director..................................................................... Jeff Blair Assistant Athletic Director (SWA)................................... Sandy Rowley Director of Compliance......................................................Cindy Hahn Sports Information SID..................................................................................... Scott Miles Office.......................................................................... (614) 251-4577 Cell............................................................................. (216) 310-2472 Fax.............................................................................. (614) 252-2556 E-mail...................................................... miless@ohiodominican.edu Assistant SID.....................................................................Ryan Beigle Graduate Assistant.......................................................... Sarah Twiggs Online Audio/Video............................. www.pressboxproductions.com Play-by-Play Announcer....................................................... Todd Bell

Ryan Beigle Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle enters his eighth season as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach and assistant sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. In his seven seasons at the helm, Beigle has guided the women’s program to an 86-65 overall record and a 70-74 mark on the men’s side. In their third season as an NCAA Division II institution, Beigle led the women to a 7-7 mark in the GLIAC, guiding the Panthers to their second consecutive appearance in the GLIAC Tournament. Beigle guided the women to back-to-back NAIA National Tournament appearances in 2008 and 2009, winning the AMC titles in those years. During his tenure, he has coached two NAIA All-Americans, the GLIAC Freshman of the Year, the Wilson/ITA Region III Senior Athlete of the Year, as well as earned two AMC Coach of the Year awards and the 2009 Wilson/ITA Region III Coach of the Year. On the men’s side, Beigle guided the men to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2013 after a strong GLIAC Tournament run. The men finished 13-10 overall and 7-4 in conference play, advancing to the semifinals of tournament play in just their second year of postseason eligibility. Beigle led the men’s team to their first AMC Tournament title and the program’s first NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2009. In their second season at the NCAA Division II level, Beigle guided the Black and Gold to their first GLIAC Tournament as the #5 seed. He has help produce two NAIA All-Americans, the GLIAC Freshman of the Year, the ITA Midwest Region Rookie of the Year, as well as earned the AMC Coach of the Year award in 2009. Prior to joining the Panthers staff, Beigle spent the 2005-06 seasons as the head women’s tennis coach at his alma mater. During his two seasons at Bethel, he led the Pilots to a 30-17 overall record and was named the 2006 NCCAA Coach of the Year, while leading the team to a NCCAA National Title. A 2002 graduate of Bethel College, Beigle received his degree in Education. As a member of the Pilots men’s tennis from 1996 to 2000, Beigle helped lead the Pilots to back-to-back NCCAA National Championships his final two seasons. Along with his various coaching duties, Beigle also plays an integral role in the athletic department assisting in the sports information office. Beigle and his wife Marji reside in Blacklick.

Sarah Twiggs, Sports Information Graduate Assistant Sarah Twiggs is entering her second year in the Ohio Dominican Sports Information Department as the Graduate Assistant. Twiggs graduated from Mount Union College in August of 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management and a Business minor. As an undergrad, Twiggs interned with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the spring and summer of 2009, and also interned with the Visalia Rawhide, class A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, AAA affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Enrolled in the ODU graduate program, Twiggs is currently working towards a Master of Business Administration.

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2014 SEASON PREVIEW A bitterly cold and snowy winter hasn’t stopped Ohio Dominican’s baseball team from looking forward to the start of its season. Last year, the Panthers had their most successful season in the GLIAC since joining the conference back in 2011, and with all but two starters returning for ODU, expectations are high for the boys of spring this season. “We played at a high level the last few weeks of the season, and that will only be a benefit to us,” said head coach Paul Page, who enters his 27th year directing the baseball program. “We have our core group, and we have the talent and depth to compete for a championship.” ODU shrugged off an eight game losing skid on its spring break trip – with six of those losses coming by one or two runs – to finish with a 25-28 overall record last season, including a 17-16 mark in the GLIAC. The Panthers finished fourth overall in the GLIAC regular season and was one of the final three teams left standing in the tournament after scoring victories over Grand Valley State and Lake Erie. The Panthers lose all-conference second baseman Ryan Rovnak, who batted .303 and drove in 34 last spring, along with four-year workhorse Nick Venditti on the mound (6-4, 4.68 ERA, team-high 75.0 innings). But ODU returns eight everyday starters to its lineup, along with the bulk of its pitching staff, and the addition of several high-level transfers and freshmen who can compete for immediate playing time will only strengthen the team entering 2014. “We feel we have the physical talent this year to compete for the conference title and a chance to play in the regionals,” Page said. “With the continuity we have with all of our returners, we’ve been able to focus on more of the fundamentals and placing an emphasis on not allowing free bases defensively and solidifying that area.”

INFIELD The Panthers return both players who started all 53 games at first base last season in the form of senior First Team All-GLIAC selection Anthony Raschilla (Girard, Ohio) and sophomore Collin Parcher (Napoleon, Ohio). Raschilla batted .320 with two homers and 22 RBI, along with seven doubles, while Parcher batted .323 in his rookie campaign with a homer and 31 RBI. Also in the mix at first base is junior college transfer Ronn Bidwell (Syracuse, N.Y.). At second base, Urbana transfer Drew Ryan (Newark, Ohio), a senior, is expected to step in and fill Rovnak’s shoes. Ryan earned all-region honors last season with the Blue Knights, batting .401 with a .514 on-base percentage for Urbana. He hit four homers, led the GMAC with 25 steals, and drove in 34 runs. Freshmen Jimmy Gravett (Grove City, Ohio) and Bobby Paola (Mason, Ohio) provide depth up the middle for ODU. A pair of freshmen are competing for the shortstop position in Kyle Burson (Brunswick, Ohio) and Tony Evans (Medway, Ohio). Burson has been rock solid defensively for the Panthers during the fall season and in the early spring, while Evans has shown steady improvement and has plenty of upside. Sophomore Jacob Horsley (Thornville, Ohio) has slid over from shortstop to third base and will compete with junior Phil Jaskot (Upper Arlington, Ohio) for playing time at the hot corner. Horsley earned All-GLIAC Tournament honors and batted .276 with a homer and 17 RBI last spring, while Jaskot batted 4

.268 with 13 RBI. Other infielders include freshmen Trent Borgardt (Pewaukee, Wisc.) and CJ Griffin (North Royalton, Ohio), while sophomore transfer Ian Huss (Springboro, Ohio) has potential to earn at bats as well. The Panthers have loads of depth behind the dish, led by junior all-conference pick Kyle Tisdale (Uniontown, Ohio). Tisdale batted .310 with two homers and a team-high 39 RBI and has also improved defensively over his career, throwing out 14 basestealers last season. Junior Kevin Lydic (Dublin, Ohio) had an impressive season, hitting .311 in 28 starts behind the plate, while Bidwell and freshman Nate Davis (DeGraff, Ohio) can also see time at catcher as well. “Last year, we were a poor defensive team, especially early, and that cost us some games,” Page said. “We feel like we’ve really upgraded on that side, especially up the middle, and that will make a difference.”

OUTFIELD ODU also returns all three starting outfielders from last season, led by senior all-conference honoree Jossue Delgado (Barinas, Venezuela). Delgado started 43 games in center field, leading the team with a .325 batting average and 14 steals. He also drove in 29 and tallied a .418 on-base percentage. Senior Bryan Rudolph (Pickerington, Ohio) is back in left field for the Panthers after hitting two homers and driving in 19 a season ago, while junior Marcus Schluessler (Zanesville, Ohio) remains in right field. Schluessler batted .296 and had a .425 on-base percentage, drawing 24 walks and being hit by 19 pitches. “We really feel strongly about the improvements this group has made from last year, in particular just making the routine plays,” Page said. “Jossue is as physically gifted as anyone, and Rudolph has all the tools to be a significant contributor. Schluessler plays hard and has really improved.” Supplying depth in the outfield are juniors Kyle Suminski (Fraser, Mich.) and Matt Jurevicius (Broadview Heights, Mich.), along with sophomores Austin Greene (Dublin, Ohio) and Dylan West (Westerville, Ohio), who has moved from the infield last season. Freshmen Nick Mazzone (Clarkston, Mich.), Dylan Reichley (Richmond, Ind.), Lee Sponseller (Mason, Ohio) and Cam Willms (Dublin, Ohio) can also earn at bats during the season.

PITCHING Even with the loss of Venditti, the Panthers have plenty of experienced arms at the top of their rotation. “This has the potential to be one of the best staffs in the conference and one of the best we’ve ever had,” Page said. “We should be in every game with the talent we have on the pitching staff.” Junior Daniel Mooney (Wauconda, Ill.) earned All-GLIAC accolades last spring after winning six games and striking out 62 hitters in 68.1 innings. He completed four games and tallied a 3.69 ERA, while opponents hit just .238 against him. Earlier this month, he was named the No. 3 prospect in Division II by Perfect Game. Seniors Sean Blackburn (Wadsworth, Ohio) and Alex Borgan (Pickerington, Ohio) also return to the staff this season. Blackburn won his last four deci-

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2014 SEASON PREVIEW sions of 2013 and finished with a 3.88 ERA in 60.1 innings. Borgan has experience both as a starter and a reliever, leading the team with 17 appearances last season. He struck out 42 batters while issuing just 21 walks, and both pitched well in the GLIAC Tournament. Also returning is redshirt sophomore Austin Bueter (Wauseon, Ohio), who missed last season but was still ranked as the No. 23 prospect in Division II by Perfect Game. In 2012, he finished with a 3.80 ERA and struck out 37 batters in 42.2 innings, tossing a pair of complete games. Sophomore Ryan Colegate (Centerville, Ohio) impressed in his debut season, going 3-2 with two saves and a 4.15 ERA while notching 27 strikeouts in 34.2 innings. Juniors Alberto Canales (West Park, Fla.) and Vince Bartolone (Broadview Heights, Ohio) also return. Canales has experience as both a starter and reliever, while Bartolone has yet to allow an earned run in 31.0 innings of relief at ODU. Transfer Ryan Bidwell (Syracuse, N.Y.) will contribute innings, and returners in juniors Sam Bohon (Worthington, Ohio) and Austin Monnin (Napoleon, Ohio) will also earn opportunities in relief. They’ll be joined by a freshmen class with flashes of potential, including Seth Bowles (Mason, Ohio), Ryan Davis (North Lewisburg, Ohio), Patrick Higley (Grafton, Ohio), Mitch Kern (Parma, Ohio) and Jaycen Newsome (Fairborn, Ohio).

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Name Jossue Delgado Nick Mazzone Tony Evans Vince Bartolone Sam Bohon Kyle Burson Dylan West Kyle Tisdale Kyle Suminski Jimmy Gravett Austin Bueter Drew Ryan Alex Borgan Sean Blackburn Phil Jaskot Marcus Schluessler Cam Willms Austin Greene Anthony Raschilla Brandon Bresler Jacob Horsley Ryan Colegate Bryan Rudolph CJ Griffin Seth Bowles Trent Borgardt Kevin Lydic Bobby Paola Austin Monnin Ronn Bidwell Ryan Bidwell Jaycen Newsome Matt Jurevicius Dylan Reichley Lee Sponseller Alberto Canales Cole Carpenter Daniel Mooney Mitch Kern Ryan Davis Nate Davis Collin Parcher Patrick Higley Ian Huss

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HEAD COACH paul page

HEAD COACH Paul Page enters his 27th year as the head baseball coach at Ohio Dominican University. Page is the winningest coach in school history and was ranked amongst the winningest NAIA coaches before ODU transitioned into the NCAA. With over 30 years of coaching experience, Page developed the Ohio Dominican program into one of the premier baseball programs in the NAIA and guided the Panthers NCAA and GLIAC ranks. He earned his 800th win during the 2008 season and left the NAIA level with 864 victories, which ranked in the top 13 of the NAIA in career wins. Page also compiled a winning percentage of .683 in the NAIA, which ranked him fifth overall among active coaches at that level. He won his 900th career game on April 15, 2012, against Wayne State. In 1988, Page was hired as Ohio Dominican’s third athletic director and head baseball coach. As athletic director, he helped build the ODU athletic department into a conference and national power until 2004 when he decided to focus strictly on the baseball program. A tireless worker, he is credited as a key initiator of many ODU athletic department fundraisers and the improvement and expansion of athletic facilities. He played an important role in the planning and development of Alumni Hall, which opened in 1989. In the dugout, Page has been named conference coach of the year five times and twice named district baseball coach of the year. He has guided the baseball program to a 907-452-6 (.667) overall record in 25 seasons. Page has established the program as a national power, winning 11 regular season titles, nine conference tournament championships, six regional championships in thirteen appearances, and made six NAIA World Series appearances. ODU has won at least 30 games in a season a remarkable 21 times in Page’s tenure, including 10 40-win seasons. In 1996, the Panthers notched a 36-20 record and finished fifth at the NAIA World Series, the best finish in school history. ODU would go on to appear in the NAIA World Series from 2001-03, 2005 and 2008 as well, and the Panthers would finish the 2005 campaign with a school-record 47 wins. In his time at ODU, Page has produced 39 All-Americans and 20 Academic All-Americans. Under his tutelage, former Panther southpaw Jonathan Sanchez reached the big leagues and helped the San Francisco Giants to the 2010 World Series title. Former Panther pitcher Ryan Robowski climbed to the AAA level with the Detroit Tigers organization in 2011 as well.

Page, a Williamstown, West Virginia native, graduated from Muskingum College in 1973, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in history and was an all-conference catcher. After his days as a Muskie, Page continued his education at Mississippi State. He coached for two seasons under legendary coach Ron Polk as a graduate assistant before receiving his Master’s Degree in health and physical education in 1978. From there, Page became the assistant coach at Marietta College and established himself as one of the premier hitting coaches in college baseball. He was a key component in the Pioneers’ two national championships and developing a number of all-conference offensive players. Page and his wife, Sally, reside in Westerville. Their son, Wes, was an Academic All-American infielder for Ohio Dominican.

Coach Page Record at Ohio Dominican YEAR RECORD CONFERENCE WIN% RECORD 1988 27-19-1 9-5 .585 1989 34-15 10-4 .694 1990 36-17 12-6 .679 1991 36-19-1 8-4 .652 1992 39-18 12-2 .684 1993 45-12 14-2 .789 1994 40-16 13-1 .714 1995 41-16 11-5 .719 1996 36-20 10-6 .643 1997 46-13-1 15-3 .775 1998 39-16 11-5 .709 1999 40-16-2 18-2 .707 2000 37-20-1 15-7 .647 2001 36-19 15-7 .655 2002 44-13 19-3 .772 2003 40-18 16-4 .690 2004 36-19 17-7 .655 2005 47-18 19-4 .723 2006 32-18 17-7 .640 2007 40-13 14-5 .755 2008 40-16 21-5 .714 2009 31-21 20-10 .596 2010 22-29 N/A .431 2011 19-27 16-19 .413 2012 24-24 16-18 .500 2013 25-28 17-16 .472 Overall

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ASSISTANT COACH Christopher Antonides enters his first season as Ohio Dominican’s assistant baseball coach. Prior to coming to ODU, Antonides spent seven years as an assistant with Findlay under Troy Berry. He served as the pitching coach, third base coach and recruiting coordinator. Antonides was a four-year starter on the mound for the Oilers from 2003-06 and led them to the GLIAC Tournament Finals in 2005. He is near the top of many career categories including starts, innings pitched and strikeouts.

ASSISTANT COACH Ken Jarrett is in his first season as an assistant coach at Ohio Dominican. A graduate of Indiana Tech, Jarrett was a four-year varsity letterwinner, where he was a two time Daktronics-NAIA Academic All-American. He also picked WHAC Academic All Conference honors. Jarrett has spent time coaching with the Midwest Outlaws travel baseball organization and has also worked with the Fort Wayne Special Olympics and Back-2-Back Ministries.

Following his collegiate days, Antonides had a stint in the New York State League as well as with the River City Rascals of the Frontier League. He then returned to Findlay as a graduate assistant for the Oilers where he helped lead them to the GLIAC Tournament Finals in 2008.

BEN SNYDER

Antonides began his coaching career in 2004 as an assistant coach for Troy American Legion Post #43 Baseball under Head Coach Irvin “Frosty” Brown. He helped guide them to several State Legion, Connie Mack and NABF World Series appearances. Antonides earned a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education in 2006 and a Master’s in Education Administration from Findlay in 2008. He currently resides with his wife Patricia in Columbus.

CATCHING COACH Benjamin Snyder is in his first season as an assistant coach with Ohio Dominican. Snyder played his collegiate ball at Ball State University and went on to be a fourth round draft pick of the San Francisco Giants in 2006. Snyder was an all-star selection in both the South Atlantic League and California League. He later went on to play in the Texas Rangers organization, reaching the Triple-A level, and was invited to major league camp in 2010 and 2012.

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #4 VINCE BARTOLONE

Junior • 5-11 • 195 Pitcher • B/T: R/R St. Edward • broadview Heights, OH undecided MajoR

2013: Appeared in 12 games on the mound and started 20 games in the field…Had a 2-3 record with a save in 20.2 innings pitched, not allowing an earned run in 12 appearances…Picked up a win in 2.1 innings of relief against Tiffin (3/24)…Also picked up a win with 2.2 innings of relief against Hillsdale (4/2)…Punched out five in 3.1 innings against Winona State…Had 11 hits in 56 at bats…Went 3-for-3 against Grand Valley (4/7) and had two hits against Saginaw Valley (3/30). 2012: Started 12 games at second base and also appeared in seven games on the mound…Batted .333 with eight RBI and a triple…Had two hits, two runs and four RBI against Lock Haven (3/14)…Also had two hits against both Urbana (3/21) and Tiffin (3/25)…On the mound, was 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA in 10.1 innings…Allowed just eight hits and one walk in seven outings…Picked up win with four scoreless innings against Lock Haven, scattering three hits.

High School: Played for coach Danny Allie at St. Edward High School…Helped Eagles to 2010 Division I state title…Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference Pitcher of the Year as a senior…Also garnered all-conference mention as a junior and was a two-time All-Sun team performer…Three-time letterwinner…Selected to the Mizzuno All-Star Series and was named the Eagles’ Most Outstanding Player and Defensive Player of the Year. Personal: Son of Carl and Linda Bartolone…Has a sister, Anita, and a brother, Gino…Named 2008 General Science Student of the Year, 2011 2-Dimensional Art Award and President’s Award for Educational Excellence…Chose ODU for its baseball program, location and liberal arts program.

#15 SEAN BLACKBURN

Junior • 6-4 • 190 Pitcher • B/T: R/R wadsworth H.S. • wadsworth, oh accounting MajoR

2013: Appeared in 16 games with eight starts…Went 4-6 with a 3.88 ERA, winning each of his final four decisions…Worked six innings of relief against Northwood to pick up victory, allowing three runs (4/27)…Earned win against Grand Valley in GLIAC Tournament, yielding one run in 5.2 innings (5/9)…Struck out five and allowed just three hits in 6.1 innings against Hillsdale (4/2). 2012: Started 11 games and appeared in 12…Finished with 4-5 record and 5.01 ERA…Earned win over Hillsdale with complete game, three-hit effort, allowing one run (4/29)…Also worked 7.0 innings in next start against Grand Valley, limiting Lakers to three runs (5/6)…Went 6.1 scoreless innings at Northwood, yielding two hits (4/1)… Tossed 4.2 scoreless innings at Bellarmine, also allowing just two hits (3/3).

2011: Tied for team lead with five wins…Allowed just 32 hits in 44 innings for a .196 opponent batting average against…Tossed eight hitless innings against Columbus State, allowing one unearned run while striking out six (3/11)…Earned first win with 2.1 innings of one-hit ball at Malone (3/19)…Tossed complete game three-hitter at Tiffin (3/27)…Struck out six and didn’t allow an earned run in complete game win over Lake Erie (5/5). High School: Graduated from Wadsworth High School…Earned Second Team All-Suburban League and named Team’s Outstanding Pitcher as a junior…Received Honorable Mention All-Gazette that same year…As a senior, received honorable mention-Suburban League honors.

#5 SAM BOHON

2013: Appeared in three games out of the bullpen. High School: Played baseball, football and basketball. Personal: Son of Randy and Joan Bohon…Has one brother, Max.

Junior • 5-11 • 195 Pitcher • B/T: l/l thomas worthington H.S. • worthington, oh

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #14 ALEX BORGAN

2013: Appeared in 17 games, making five starts…Went 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA and a save…Struck out 42 batters in 52.0 innings…Tossed a complete game two-hit shutout against Walsh, punching out seven (4/25)…Pitched seven innings of relief in games against Grand Valley and Ashland in GLIAC Tournament, allowing just two earned runs in the two games…Allowed one earned run in 4.0 innings against King (2/15). 2012: Started five games…Finished 3-1 with a 6.08 ERA…Earned victory over Charleston, going 7.1 innings and allowing just one earned run, fanning five (3/16)…Also had five punchouts in 5.0 innings against Indianapolis, yielding just one run and earning the win (3/11)…Struck out 19 batters in 23.2 innings.

Senior • 6-1 • 195 pitcher • B/T: R/R

2011: Tied for team lead with five wins…Made 15 appearances and 13 starts…Tied for third in GLIAC with five complete games…Went distance in 11-3 win over No. 1 Georgia College (3/8), striking out six while yielding just four hits…Followed that effort with complete game four-hitter in 2-0 loss at Northern Kentucky (3/13)…Tossed complete game four-hitter in 3-1 win over Findlay (3/31)…Fanned five and allowed three runs in complete game vs. Ashland (4/9)…Allowed just two earned runs in consecutive starts against Hillsdale (4/30) and Lake Erie (5/5), winning both…Allowed just three home runs in 72.2 innings pitched…Tied for second in league with four pick offs. pickerington N. H.S. • pickerington, Ohio

sports management Major

2010: Appeared in 13 games on the mound, making 10 starts…Finished with 4-6 record and tied for team lead with five complete games…Tied for second with 61.2 innings… Hurled complete game five-hitter, allowing one run, to pick up first career win over Northern Kentucky on March 24…Didn’t allow an earned run in complete game victory over Malone on April 14. High School: Joined ODU from Pickerington North High School…Selected First Team All-District and First Team All-Ohio Capital Conference teams.

#22 BRANDON BRESLER

2013: Earned GLIAC Second Team honors…Started 52 of 52 games…Second on the team in doubles with 11…Split time at third and catcher…Posted a .941 fielding percentage…Batted in 16 runners. 2012: Started 53 of 53 games…Led all freshmen with a .350 average (48-for-137), 23 runs, 48 hits, 2 RBI’s, and a total of two home runs…Also was .458 in slugging percentage…Was also named to the 2012 NFCA Division II All-Midwest Region Second Team…Was selected to the All-Conference First Team and bestowed the GLIAC Freshman of the Year award.

High School: Attended Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin High School…Four year starter and three-year captain, Cribari was selected Division II Honorable Mention All-Ohio and team MVP as a senior after leading Lions to 23-3 overall mark and North Coast League (NCL) Championship...Named to the First Team Lake County News Herald on three occasions and First Team All-NCL two times…Cleveland Plain Deal Player of the Week…Four-year honor roll student and National Honor Society. Junior • 6-3 • 190 Pitcher • B/T: l/l amanda -clearcreek • lancaster, Oh middle childhood education Major

#11 AUSTIN BUETER

High School: Played for coach Trent Thomas at Wauseon High School…Selected to the First Team All-Northwest Ohio Athletic League and First Team All-Northwest Ohio District…Honorable Mention All-Ohio performer…Named to Buckeye Scout’s Top 100 list…Threw a no-hitter against Archbold. Personal: Son of Eric and Scottye Bueter…Has three siblings: Valentina, Axel and Everett…Chose Ohio Dominican to further his academic and baseball career.

Sophomore • 6-3 • 180 Pitcher • B/T: R/R Wauseon H.S. • Wauseon, Oh business Major

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #40 ALBERTO CANALES

junior • 6-4 • 190 pitcher • B/T: R/R miramar h.s. • west park, fl special education MajoR

2013: Appeared in 11 games, making four starts…Allowed five hits and just one run in 7.0 innings against Wheeling Jesuit (3/4)…Tossed two scoreless innings of relief against Lewis (3/7). 2012: Led team with six victories…Appeared in 14 games, making four starts…Worked 34.0 innings, allowing just two earned runs in final 18.1 innings…Earned first collegiate victory in 1.1 innings of relief against Kentucky Wesleyan (3/12)…Started and picked up win against Urbana, yielding three hits in 5.0 innings of work (3/21)…Tossed 5.2 innings of shutout baseball in relief at Findlay to pick up win, fanning six and allowing five hits (4/18)…Started and worked 5.0 innings against Lake Erie, allowing two earned runs in win (5/2). High School: Played for coach Mario Rodriguez at Miramar High School…Honorable Mention All-Broward County…Was two outs from tossing a no-hitter in high school.

Personal: Son of Alberto Canales, Sr. and Elba Orve…Has one sibling, Leeann…Uncle, Juan Canales, played baseball at Ohio Dominican and is a member of the ODU Athletic Hall of Fame.

#41 COLE CARPENTER

junior • 6-2 • 200 pitcher • B/T: l/R Zanesville H.S. • Zanesville, Oh undecided Major

2013: Made 13 appearances with nine starts…Compiled a 3-6 record…Threw 7.0 innings of four-hit baseball in win against Tiffin (3/30)…Picked up wins in relief over Grand Valley (4/7) and Ohio Wesleyan (4/18)…Earned save in 1.1 innings of relief against Malone (4/17)…Allowed one earned run in 6.1 innings against Wayne State (Neb.), striking out four (3/3). 2012: Appeared in 11 games, making eight starts…Struck out five and allowed two hits in 4.1 innings of relief against Huntington…Started and earned first collegiate win with 5.2 innings against Tiffin, allowing seven hits and two runs (3/25)…Threw six innings of five-hit baseball and allowed one run against Saginaw Valley (4/21)…Tossed complete game and picked up win over Hillsdale, yielding four hits and two runs (4/29)… Picked up save by recording final out in win over Bellarmine (3/4).

High School: Played for coach Dave Balo at Zanesville High School…Two-time first team all-district player and Honorable Mention All-Ohio performer…Conference Player of the Year…Also earned all-district accolades in basketball. Personal: Son of Tammy and Michael Carpenter…Has one sibling, Paige.

#25 RYAN COLEGATE

2013: Appeared in 14 games, making three starts…Went 3-2 with a 4.15 ERA and two saves…Struck out nine in three scoreless innings of relief at Findlay (4/13)…Picked up save with three strikeouts against Northwood (4/27)…Worked 5.0 innings of scoreless, three-hit relief against Ashland (5/8)…Picked up win in start against Malone, yielding three runs in 5.2 innings (4/17). High School: Varsity letterwinner…Threw a perfect game during as a sophomore… Also played basketball.

sophomore • 6-5 • 180 Pitcher • B/T: R/R centerville H.S. • centerville, Oh undecided Major

#1 JOSSUE DELGADO

Personal: Son of Greg and Mary Colegate…Enjoys playing and watching sports and playing Xbox…Picked ODU because it “gives me the best opportunity to further my educational goals and allow me to follow my dream to play baseball.”

2013: Second Team All-GLIAC…Started 45 games, batting .325 with a .418 on-base percentage…Hit one homer, nine doubles and 29 RBI while scoring 28 runs and stealing 14 bases…Had 14 multi-hit games…Hit in nine of 10 games (3/7-4/2), collecting 18 hits and 15 RBI in that stretch…Homered, doubled and drove in three against Notre Dame (3/9)…Had four hits and six RBI in doubleheader against Tiffin (3/23)…Went 3-for-3 with two runs against Northwood (4/27). At Sullivan Community College

senior • 5-9 • 185 outfiled • B/T: R/R 25 De mayo H.S. • Barina, venezuela sullivan community college

2012: National Junior College Athletic Association Division II third-team all-American... Region XV Co-Player of the Year and Region XV all-tournament selection...Batted .357 with eight home runs, 67 runs scored and 14 doubles...Stole 56 bases in 61 attempts over 46 games...Drove in 42 runs. 2011: Knocked in 31 runs while stealing 27 bases...Tallied 14 doubles and scored 36 runs.

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #20 AUSTIN GREENE

2013: Appeared in one game, a pinch-hit appearance against Ashland (5/4). High School: Earned First Team All-CCL accolades as a senior…Also named second team all-district…Had a walkoff hit against Bloom Carroll…Also played football and basketball. Personal: Son of Darren and Jill Greene…Has two siblings, Ashley and Alec…Great grandfather used to play for the Cleveland Indians…Enjoys fishing and ping pong… Picked ODU because of the strong academics and athletics.

sophomore • 6-2 • 190 Outfield • B/T: l/l bishop watterson H.S. • dublin, Ohio undecided Major

#23 JACOB HORSLEY

sophomore • 6-3 • 215 infield • B/T: R/R sheridan H.S. • thornville, Ohio undecided Major

tradition and experience of the coaches and baseball program.”

#17 PHIL JASKOT

2013: Named to All-GLIAC Tournament Team…Batted .276 with a homer and 17 RBI in 41 starts…Finished season with seven-game hit streak, including 3-for-4 effort with two RBI against Ashland in GLIAC Championship round (5/11)…Hit solo homer against Ashland as well (5/8)…Went 3-for-5 with two RBI against Winona State (3/7)…Had two hits and two RBI against Northwood (4/28). High School: Earned 12 varsity letters in baseball, football and basketball…Set eight school records in baseball…Two-time All-Ohio selection…MVL Baseball Player of the Year as senior…Mizuno All-Ohio All-Star…Also earned All-Ohio honors in basketball and football…Scored over 1,000 points in basketball. Personal: Son of Jeff and Marcia Horsley…Has two siblings, Jessica and Caleb… Member of National Honor Society…Enjoys golf, fishing and spending time with family and friends…Chose ODU because of the “size and location of the campus, as well as the 2013: Started 44 games and batted .268 with 13 RBI…Had two hits, two RBI and drew three walks against Glenville State (2/16)…Tallied three hits against both Lewis (3/7) and Notre Dame (3/9)…Two hits, including a double, and an RBI against Malone (4/17). At Ohio State 2012: Appeared in nine games…Had three hits in eight at bats. 2011: Redshirted.

Junior • 6-1 • 200 infield • B/T: R/R upper arlington H.S. • columbus, Oh undecided Major

#37 MATT JUREVICIUS

High School: Helped Upper Arlington win district title, batting .411 with 31 RBI… Also had three home runs and 15 steals while tallying a 3-0 record with a 2.72 ERA as a pitcher…First Team All-OCC selection in both baseball and football…Second team all-metro pick in baseball and Special Mention All-Ohio honoree in football. Personal: Son of Mary and Bob Jaskot…Has three siblings: Marissa, Rebecca and Daniel. 2013: Appeared in four games…Had a hit and an RBI at Findlay (4/13). 2012: Appeared in 16 games, making 10 starts…Had two hits against Shawnee State (4/3)…Drove in two against Huntington (3/17)…Had a double and two RBI against Hillsdale (4/28). High School: Played for coach Izzy Santiago at Padua Franciscan High School…Was a Perfect Game Pre-Season All-American and All-Star…Ranked No. 65 player in state according to Buckeye Scout…All-Sun News selection…Also played football.

Junior • 6-5 • 215 outfield • B/T: l/R Padua Franciscan • broadview heights, Oh business Major

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Personal: Son of Joe and Sharon Jurevicius… Has two siblings, Jay and Ben… Cousin of former NFL receiver Joe Jurevicius.

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #31 KEVIN LYDIC

2013: Made 28 starts and batted .311 with a .398 on-base percentage…Had five consecutive multi-hit games (3/6-3/9)…Went 3-for-4 against West Virginia Wesleyan (3/6) and followed with two hits apiece against Winona State, Lewis, Minnesota-Mankato and Notre Dame…Had two hits and two RBI against Tiffin (3/24)…Also had two RBI against Lake Erie (3/20). 2012: Did not see game action. High School: Played for coach Chris Huesman at Dublin Jerome High School…Was First Team All-OCC and second team all-district his senior year.

Junior • 5-10 • 190 catcher • B/T: R/R dublin jerome H.S. • dublin, Ohio biology Major

#33 AUSTIN MONNIN

Personal: Son of Roy and Kathy Lydic…Has two siblings, John and Kara…Chose ODU because of the great baseball program with excellent coaches and athletic facilities. 2013: Appeared in four games…Tossed three innings of scoreless relief against Glenville State, allowing three hits while punching out three (2/16). 2012: Appeared in four contests…Worked 5.1 innings. High School: Played for coach Justin Furks at Napoleon High School… Two-time First Team Greater Buckeye Conference…Second team all-district…Member of the National Honor Society…Three-time All-Academic Greater Buckeye Conference. Personal: Son of Doug and Yolanda Monnin…Has two siblings, Erica and Alex.

Junior • 6-0 • 200 pitcher • B/T: l/R napoleon H.S. • napoleon, Ohio accounting Major

#43 DANIEL MOONEY

2013: Honorable Mention All-GLIAC selection…Started 11 games and made 13 appearances…Went 6-6 with a 3.69 ERA and 62 strikeouts in 68.1 innings…Fanned 11 in complete game effort against Wheeling Jesuit (3/4)…Complete game three-hitter in win over Walsh, allowing just one run (4/24)…Also went 8.2 innings and yielded just one unearned run and four hits in another outing against Walsh (5/2)…Worked 7.0 innings and struck out seven in win over Saginaw Valley (3/30)…Allowed three unearned runs in 6.1 innings against Findlay (4/14). 2012: Appeared in three games…Threw 3.0 innings at Ashland (4/9).

Junior • 6-5 • 215 Pitcher • B/T: R/R Carmel Catholic H.S. • Wauconda, IL sports management Major

#50 COLLIN PARCHER

sophomore • 6-2 • 240 infield • B/T: R/R Napoleon H.S. • Napoleon, Oh Intervention Specialist Major

High School: Played for coach Joe May at Carmel Catholic High School…Team’s Most Valuable Player in senior season. Personal: Son of Michael and Angela Mooney. 2013: Started 47 games, batting .323 with .405 on-base percentage…Knocked in 31… Hit grand slam against Gannon in second game of doubleheader and drove in two in first game (3/2)…Had three hits and three RBI against Tiffin (3/24)…Went 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI at Findlay (4/13)…Drew three walks against both Walsh (5/2) and Grand Valley (5/9)…Finished with 13 multi-hit games…Had a pair of seven-game hit streaks. High School: Two-time All-GBC selection…Also named to All-Northwest Ohio District team twice…Helped American Legion team win state title and finish as runner-up in region…Also played hockey. Personal: Son of Pat and Sheila Parcher…Has one sibling, Morgan…Enjoys playing hockey and listening to music…Picked ODU because of the baseball tradition and the location of the school.

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #21 ANTHONY RASCHILLA

senior • 5-9 • 220 infield • B/T: R/R mcdonald H.S. • girard, Ohio biology Major

2013: First Team All-GLIAC selection…Batted .320 with two homers, seven doubles and 22 RBI…Had three hits, including walkoff single, and three RBI in win over Lake Erie in GLIAC Tournament (5/10)…Also had three RBI against Lake Erie (4/16) and Ohio Wesleyan (4/18)…Homered in the April contest against Lake Erie and also against Walsh (4/25)…Hit two doubles at Findlay (4/14)…Nine-game hitting streak (4/24-5/5). 2012: Appeared in 39 games, making 36 starts, primarily at first base…Batted .314 with two home runs and 14 RBI…Drew 21 walks and finished with .427 on-base percentage…Hit in 10 of 11 games from 3/25-4/7…Tallied nine multi-hit games and four multi-RBI contests…Went 2-for-4 with a homer, double and three RBI at Lake Erie (5/2)…Went 2-for-3 with a homer and two RBI against Wayne State (4/15)…Had another 2-for-3 day with two RBI against Tiffin (3/25).

2011: Started 24 games and appeared in 28…Batted .257 with 19 hits in 74 at bats…Five multi-hit games…Went 4-for-4 with a double, a homer and two RBI at Lake Erie (4/13)…Finished 2-for-3 with two runs scored vs. Ashland (4/10)…Homered and knocked in three at Wayne State (4/17)…Had two hits and two runs scored against both Saginaw Valley (4/23) and Hillsdale (5/1). High School: Graduated from McDonald High School in Girard, Ohio…First Team All-Inter Tri-County League selection all four years…All-NABF Regional selection…First Team All-CABA…First Team All-World Series selection…Salutatorian of high school class…Member of National Honor Society…Also played basketball in high school.

#26 BRYAN RUDOLPH

senior • 6-2 • 205 outfield • B/T: R/R pickerington central H.S. • pickerington, Oh

exercise science Major

2013: Made 42 starts, tallying two homers and 19 RBI…Drove in four against Glenville State (2/16)…Also had four two-RBI games…Went 3-for-5 against Wayne State (4/21)…Homered against Saginaw Valley (3/30) and Hillsdale (4/2)…Hit in 10 of 11 games (4/17-4/28). 2012: Started 27 games and appeared in 33 games…Led team with four home runs and 25 RBI while batting .304…Had monstrous performance against Findlay, going 3-for-4 with a homer, two doubles, seven RBI and three runs scored (3/28)…Also drove in two in first game of that doubleheader…Went 3-for-4 with a homer and four RBI against Urbana (3/21)…Had six-game and five-game hitting streaks during the season…Seven multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games…Homered and drove in two against both Hillsdale (4/29) and Grand Valley (5/5).

2011: Started 26 games and batted .273 (21-for-77)…Drove in 15 runs and led team with two triples…Did not commit an error in 30 chances…Registered five multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games…Hit in seven of the team’s final eight games…Knocked in three against both Northwood (4/3) and Hillsdale (5/1)…Had two hits and two RBI in separate contests against Lake Erie on April 13 and May 5…Batted .412 (7-for-17) against lefties. High School: Graduated from Pickerington Central High School…Earned Second Team All-Metro and First Team All-Ohio Capital Conference honors…Received honors as Team MVP and Best Offensive Player…Also played football in high school.

#18 MARCUS SCHLUESSLER

2013: Started 53 games in outfield…Batted .296 with .425 on-base percentage and was hit by 19 pitches while drawing 24 walks…Went 4-for-6 with two RBI against Winona State (3/7), followed by a 3-for-3, two RBI effort against Lewis (3/7)…Went 4-for-5 with three runs and two RBI against Saginaw Valley (3/30)…Smacked three doubles against Wayne State (4/21)…Totaled 12 multi-hit games. 2012: Appeared in 24 games, starting five in the outfield…Scored 11 runs and drove in two during the season. High School: Played for coach Dave Belo at Zanesville High School.

Junior • 6-0 • 170 outfield • B/T: R/R zanesville H.S. • zanesville, Ohio sports management Major

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2014 RETURNING PLAYERS #9 KYLE SUMINSKI

Junior • 5-8 • 175 outfield • B/T: l/l De La Salle Collegiate. • Fraser, MI physical therapy Major

#8 KYLE TISDALE

Junior • 5-11 • 185 catcher / outfield • B/T: R/R lake H.S. • uniontown, Ohio undecided Major

2013: Appeared in six games...Had a hit against Ashland (5/5). 2012: Did not see game action. High School: Played for coach Matt Cook at De La Salle Collegiate High School… Helped team to Catholic League Championship and district title as a senior…Voted by team as Hardest Worker and Best Defensive Player…Also played football and basketball. Personal: Son of Tom and Jill Suminski…Has two siblings, Scott and Jared…Chose ODU because it is in a big city, the pre-physical therapy program and opportunity to play in the GLIAC.

2013: Second Team All-GLIAC…Started 51 games and batted .310 with two homers and 39 RBI…Tallied 12 multi-hit and 13 multi-RBI games…Had three hits, a homer and three RBI against Ohio Wesleyan (4/18)…Homered and knocked in three against Tiffin (3/23)…Tallied three hits and two RBI against both Northwood (4/27) and Ashland (5/5)…Knocked in two runs in each of final two games of spring trip against MinnesotaMankato (3/8) and Notre Dame (3/9). 2012: Honorable Mention All-GLIAC selection…Daktronics All-Midwest Region Second Team pick…Batted .340 while making 30 starts at catcher, left field and designated hitter…Had two home runs and 17 RBI…Tallied 11 multi-hit games and four multi-RBI contests…Went 3-for-3 with a homer, a double, a walk and five RBI at Ashland (4/9)…Had another 3-for-3 performance with three RBI, a walk and a steal at Findlay (3/28)…Drove in two runs against both Bellarmine (3/3) and Shawnee State (4/3)…Had six hits in four game series with Hillsdale (4/28-29).

High School: Played for coach Mike Parker at Uniontown Lake High School…First Team All-Ohio honoree…Federal League Player of the Year and First Team All-Federal League pick…Two-time team MVP and led Blue Streaks in batting as junior and senior…Hit game-winning home run against Canton GlenOak and had a pair of two homer games against North Canton Hoover and Aurora…Also played soccer. Personal: Son of Steven and Connie Tisdale…Has one sibling, Casey…U.S. Marines Academic Athlete.

#7 DYLAN WEST

2013: Appeared in 23 games with three starts…Had game-tying RBI in win over Lake Erie in GLIAC Tournament (5/10)…Had two hits and scored twice at Findlay (4/13). High School: Honorable mention all-district selection…Helped lead Warhawks to regional final appearance as junior and district finals as senior…Team captain as senior… Set school’s single-season and career stolen bases mark. Personal: Son of Don and Caren West…Has two siblings, Eric and Noah…Enjoys playing and watching sports and listening to music…Picked ODU because of “the excellent academics, great baseball program and coaches, and the campus is close to home.”

sophomore • 5-10 • 140 infield / outfield • B/T: R/R westerville H.S. • westerville, Ohio undecided Major

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2014 NEWCOMERS #34 RONN BIDWELL

junior • 6-3 • 210 catcher • B/T: R/R Solvay HS • Syracuse, NY Onondaga Community College

#35 RYAN BIDWELL

AT OCC: Played two seasons with the Lazers…Batted .320 with 28 RBI…First team all-conference selection…Helped OCC to No. 2 national ranking. High School: First team all-conference as senior…Two-time second team all-conference pick as well…Also played football…Was named Team MVP and an honorable mention all-conference selection. Personal: Son of Robb and Amy Bidwell…Brother Ryan is also a member of ODU’s baseball team…Enjoys hunting, fishing and basketball…Picked ODU “because of how dedicated the coaches are to the program. I love the campus and where it is located in the city of Columbus.”

AT OCC: Went 3-0 with a 1.60 ERA, striking out 27 in 39.1 innings pitched. High School: Earned Tiger Baseball Award…Also played football. Personal: Son of Robb and Amy Bidwell…Brother Robb is also a member of ODU’s baseball team…Enjoys football, basketball and outdoor sports…Chose ODU because “it felt like the right choice because of the baseball program and location.”

junior • 6-4 • 205 pitcher • B/T: R/R Solvay HS • Syracuse, NY Onondaga Community College

#29 TRENT BORGARDT

High School: Earned Bat Man Award as team’s best hitter…Three-time all-conference selection…Named wissports.net Athlete of the Week in 2012…Also played hockey and football and ran track. Personal: Son of Trent and Kathryn Borgardt…Has two siblings, Elise and Amanda… Amanda swam at the University of Minnesota…Enjoys hunting, fishing and playing hockey…Chose ODU because of the baseball program, location and academic reputation.

freshman • 6-3 • 200 infield • B/T: R/R Pewaukee H.S. • Pewaukee, WI Physical Therapy/Exercise Science

#28 SETH BOWLES

High School: First Team All-GMC and All-City honoree as senior…Went 7-0 with a 1.10 ERA, along with 42 strikeouts and a 0.78 WHIP as a senior…Helped Comets win 26 straight games…Named MVP of Reds Showcase…Second Team All-GMC as junior…Also played football. Personal: Son of Scott and Sonja Bowles…Has two siblings, Steve and Sam…Enjoys working out, playing sand volleyball and music…Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Mason…Chose ODU because of the “small campus environment within a big city, the coaches, location and my academic majors.”

freshman • 6-0 • 175 pitcher • B/T: R/R mason H.S. • mason, Oh business/finance Major

#6 KYLE BURSON

High School: Two-time all-conference and all-county selection…Batted .350 as a senior with nine doubles…Hit .430 as a junior with 10 doubles and a homer…Three-year varsity starter…Team captain as senior…Helped Blue Devils to three straight district titles. Personal: Son of Tim and Lynn Burson…Has two siblings, Sarah and Cassie…Enjoys hanging out with friends and playing sports…Chose ODU because of the coaching staff, the program, location and opportunities to succeed.

freshman • 6-1 • 155 infield • B/T: R/R Brunswick H.S. • Brunswick, OH undecided Major

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2014 NEWCOMERS #47 NATE DAVIS

High School: Earned all-conference accolades…Helped lead Indian Lake to consecutive league titles…Also played football and basketball. Personal: Son of Tim and Emily Davis…Has three siblings: Jessica, Lauryn and Marissa…Enjoys working out and working on the farm…Chose ODU because of the opportunity for playing time, academics, storied baseball program and dedication to winning.

freshman • 6-3 • 215 catcher • B/T: R/R Indian Lake H.S. • DeGraff, OH Environmental Science Major

#46 RYAN DAVIS

High School: Honorable mention all-conference pick…Limited opposition to .187 batting average against…Helped Triad win three straight conference titles and qualify for regional championship…Also played basketball. Personal: Son of Travis and Krista Davis…Chose ODU because of the academics and athletics.

freshman • 6-0 • 170 pitcher • B/T: R/R Triad H.S. • North Lewisburg, OH chemistry Major

#3 TONY EVANS

High School: First team all-conference selection, as well as first team all-area and first team all-county as senior…Batted .500 as junior and .450 as senior…Also a first team all-conference pick in football. Personal: Son of Anthony Evans…Anthony played in the Cincinnati Reds’ minor league organization…Has one sibling, Christian…Chose ODU because of the coaching staff and facilities.

freshman • 6-2 • 170 infield • B/T: R/R Tecumseh H.S. • Medway, OH physical therapy Major

#10 JIMMY GRAVETT

High School: Second Team All-OCC pick as senior…Named first team all-district and First Team All-Dispatch…Batted .405 as senior with 30 runs and 14 RBI…Batted .343 with 28 runs and 14 RBI as junior…Helped Grove City reach state tournament as junior and senior…Also played football and basketball. Personal: Son of Jim and Dana Gravett…Has three siblings, Courtney, Ryan and Chandler…Enjoys hunting and fishing…Picked ODU because of the baseball program and the direction it is headed.

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#27 CJ GRIFFIN

High School: First team all-conference and team MVP as senior…Second team allconference selection as junior…Also played football and basketball. Personal: Son of Clarence and Renee Griffin…Has seven siblings: April, Jonathan, Joshua, Jonah, Jacob, Jordan, Jaydan…Enjoys spending time with friends and family… Chose ODU because “it is a great school with a great baseball program.”

FRESHMAN • 6-3 • 185 INTfield • B/T: l/R Lutheran West H.S. • North Royalton, OH SPORT MANAGEMENT Major

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2014 NEWCOMERS #53 PATRICK HIGLEY

High School: Batted .400 as a senior…Struck out 24 hitters in 17.2 innings…Helped Middies win consecutive conference championships…Also played basketball. Personal: Son of Pat and Jen Higley and Stephanie and Rob Townsley…Has three siblings: Meghan, Seamus and Kyle…Enjoys sports and music…Chose ODU because of the campus, size of the school and academics.

Freshman • 6-5 • 180 PITCHER • B/T: R/R MIDVIEW H.S. • GRAFTON, Ohio UNDECIDED Major

#54 IAN HUSS

High School: Personal:

SOPHOMORE • 6-0 • 200 INFIELD • B/T: R/R SPRINGBORO H.S. • SPRINGBORO, Ohio CUMBERLAND

#45 MITCH KERN

High School: Earned four varsity letters…Three-time All-Northeast Ohio Conference selection…Team MVP as senior…Named to Cleveland Sun Post All-Sun team…Tallied a 1.13 ERA with 61 strikeouts as junior and a 0.60 ERA with 61 strikeouts as senior… Threw a complete game shutout against top-ranked Brecksville in district tournament. Personal: Son of Mike and Cheryl Kern…Chose ODU because of the business majors, the coaching staff and location.

FRESHMAN • 6-0 • 175 PITCHER • B/T: R/R NORMANDY H.S. • PARMA, Oh ACCOUNTING Major

#2 NICK MAZZONE

High School: High School: First team all-conference and first team all-district pick… Named American Legion All-Star…Batted .462 with 32 runs, 12 RBI, 20 stolen bases and a .528 on-base percentage. Personal: Son of Rick and Stacia Mazzone…Has one sibling, Alex…Enjoys watching movies and hanging out with friends…Picked ODU because “it was the perfect fit for me.”

FRESHMAN • 5-11 • 155 OUTfield • B/T: R/R Clarkston H.S. • Clarkston, MI UNDECIDED Major

#36 JAYCEN NEWSOME

High School: Honorable mention all-district selection…Helped lead Warhawks to regional final appearance as junior and district finals as senior…Team captain as senior… Set school’s single-season and career stolen bases mark. Personal: Son of Don and Caren West…Has two siblings, Eric and Noah…Enjoys playing and watching sports and listening to music…Picked ODU because of “the excellent academics, great baseball program and coaches, and the campus is close to home.”

FRESHMAN • 6-1 • 185 PITCHER • B/T: R/R Fairborn H.S. • Fairborn, Oh BIOLOGY Major

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2014 NEWCOMERS #32 BOBBY PAOLA

High School: Named to All-MVC team as junior and senior…Also named to all-city team as senior…Four-year varsity letterwinner…Batted .348 with a .457 on-base percentage as senior with a homer, 26 RBI and 30 runs…Two-year captain…Earned MVC Dick Snyder Man of Sportsmanship, Character and Integrity…Helped Eagles win district title….Also played football. Personal: Son of Bob and Mary Jo Paola…Has one sibling, Ashley…Enjoys playing and watching sports…Picked ODU for the business program, the baseball tradition and location in Columbus.

FRESHMAN • 5-10 • 185 infield • B/T: l/R Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy • Mason, Oh

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#38 DYLAN REICHLEY

High School: Batted .432 with 33 runs scored, 27 RBI and 13 steals as senior…Earned team MVP honors…All-area selection…Played in Indiana Elite All-Star Baseball Challenge…Pete Rose Award winner…Helped Cardinals to sectional title…Also played basketball. Personal: Son of Dan and Tina Reichley…Has three siblings: Julia, Trent and Lydia… Enjoys playing cards and swimming…Picked ODU because of the combination of “size, distance from home, academic excellence and athletics.”

FRESHMAN • 5-10 • 170 OUTfield • B/T: R/R SETON CATHOLIC H.S. • RICHMOND, IN UNDECIDED Major

#12 DREW RYAN

AT URBANA: First Team All-Region selection by both the ABCA/Rawlings and Daktronics…Batted .401 with 45 runs and 34 RBI in 2013…Also totaled a .514 on-base percentage with 11 doubles, four home runs and a conference-best 25 steals…Batted .310 with 40 runs scored, 20 RBI and 15 steals in 2012…Posted a .325 batting average with a homer, 19 RBI and 11 steals in 2011. High School: Three-time first all-league selection…First team all-district pick…Batted .515 with six homers as a junior, helping lead Panthers to state title game…Batted .502 as senior…Honorable Mention All-Ohio pick in both football and baseball…Also played basketball.

SENIOR • 6-1 • 190 infield • B/T: R/R LICKING VALLEY H.S. • NEWARk, Oh SPORTS MANAGEMENT Major

#39 LEE SPONSELLER

Personal: Son of Bobby and Susie Ryan…Has three siblings: Cory, Cody and Casey… Enjoys fishing and golfing…Picked ODU because of the coaching and opportunity to pursue graduate degree. High School: First Team All-GMC as senior…Helped lead Comets to pair of GMC titles and only undefeated season in conference history…Earned Outstanding Hitter Award… Batted .429 with a .600 on-base percentage, totaling two homers, 22 RBI and 21 runs scored as senior…Three-time letterwinner. Personal: Son of Bob and Carrie Sponseller…Has two siblings, Ty and JP…Enjoys fishing…Picked ODU because of the coaches, the size of the school, the location and proximity to home.

FRESHMAN • 5-10 • 190 OUTfield • B/T: l/l MASON H.S. • MASON, Oh BUSINESS Major

#19 CAM WILLMS

High School: Honorable Mention All-OCC pick…Batted .306 with 12 runs and 14 RBI as senior…Also played football. Personal: Son of Dawn and Brian Willms…Has three siblings: Becky, Kristen and Isabelle…Enjoys playing basketball and weightlifting…Picked ODU because of the “beautiful campus that is close to home and the baseball program.”

FRESHMAN • 5-10 • 175 outfield • B/T: R/R JEROME H.S. • DUBIN, Oh FINANCE Major

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS SCHOOL Allegheny (Pa.) Aquinas (Mich.) Ashland Avila (Mo.) Azusa Pacific (Calif.) Bellarmine (Ky.) Bellevue (Wash.) Bethany (W.Va.) Bethel (Ind.) Birmingham Southern (Ala.) Biola (Calif.) Brandeis College (Mass.) Brescia (Ky.) Briar Cliff (Iowa) Capital Carthage (Wis.) Cedarville Charleston (W.Va.) Columbus State (Ga.) Concordia (Mich.) Denison Dominican College (N.Y.) Embry Riddle (Fla.) Findlay Fisher College (Mass.) Flagler (Fla.) Fresno Pacific (Calif.) Gannon (Pa.) Geneva (Pa.) Georgetown College (Ky.) Georgia College Glenville State (W. Va.) Grand Valley (Mich.) Grand View (Iowa) Harris-Stowe State (Mo.) Hillsdale (Mich.) Houston-Victoria Huntington (Ind.) Illinois Tech Indianapolis Indiana Southeast Indiana Tech Jamestown College (N.D.) John Carroll Judson (Ill.) Kentucky Wesleyan 20

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King (Tenn.) Lake Erie Lambuth (Tenn.) Lewis (Ill.) Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Lock Haven Madonna (Mich.) Malone Marian (Ind.) Mary (N.D.) Marietta Miami University Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Mankato Missouri Baptist Missouri Rolla Missouri Valley Mount Mercy (Iowa) Mount Vernon Nazarene Mobile (Ala.) Myers College Northern Kentucky Northwood (Mich.) Notre Dame College (Ohio) Oakland City (Ind.) Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma City Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) Pikeville (Ky.) Point Park (Pa.) Purdue North Central (Ind.) Rensselaer Inst. (N.Y.) Rio Grande Saginaw Valley (Mich.) Saint Francis (Ill.) Saint Francis (Ind.) Saint Joseph Saint Vincent (Pa.) Saint Xavier (Ill.) Savannah College of Art & Design (Ga.) Seton Hill (Pa.) Shawnee State Siena Heights (Mich.) Slippery Rock South Dakota Spalding (Ky.) Spring Hill (Ala.)

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all-time men’s baseball roster A Robert Acosta.......................1993 Austin Addington-Strapp.2007-09 Luis Alicea.............................1993 Matt Altenburger............. 2003-04 Rick Altiro..............................2003 Bob Allton....................... 1993-95 Jaime Almodovar..................1994 Ramses Aloyo................. 1984-87 Brian Ames...........................1985 Scott Anders................... 1983-85 Ryan Andrews.......................2008 Brian Antrim..........................1992 Todd Arledge................... 1990-93 Tyler Armbruster...................2007 Chris Arthur..........................1975 James Asher.........................1989 Nick Assmann................. 2004-07 Chris Atzbach........................1991 Jose Avila........................ 2007-08

B Andy Baer........................ 1992-95 Graham Bailey................. 1997-00 Lance Baker.................... 1988-91 Jason Baker..........................1994 Keith Balzer...........................1976 Eian Banks...................... 2007-10 Tim Barnes...................... 1993-94 Joey Barnett..........................2005 Vince Bartolone....................2012Andy Becker.................... 1988-91 Craig Becker.................... 2006-08 Kyle Beckett..........................2008 Adam Beine..................... 2001-02 Bob Bennett.................... 1970-71 Jay Bennett...........................1978 Zane Bennett................... 1992-95 Jim Bevins...................... 1985-87 Steve Bigler...........................1983 Todd Birney..................... 1990-91 Sean Blackburn....................2011Kevin Blanton........................1982 Kevin Bodi....................... 1980-81 Rick Boerner.........................1982 Bob Boes......................... 1991-94 Carl Bogenshutz.............. 1972-75

Sam Bohon..........................2013Matt Boisclair.................. 1997-98 Danny Bonilla.................. 2002-05 Hilton Bonilla................... 1984-85 Alex Borgan..........................2010Justin Boudler................. 2004-05 Mike Bowers.........................1985 Tyler Bowling.................. 2008-10 John Bowron.................. 2009-12 Mark Brandum......................1990 Brandon Bresler...................2011Brad Brockwell......................1991 Bob Brosmer.........................1970 Craig Brown.................... 1991-94 Felix Brown..................... 2008-11 Josh Brown..................... 2006-07 Kevin Brown..........................2005 John Bruck...................... 1974-77 Mike Buchanan.....................1973 Jamie Burcham.....................1987 Billy Burdine.................... 1989-90 Edward Burgos............... 1992-95 Luis Burgos...........................1997 Miguel Burgos......................1995 Jeff Burkhart.........................2008 Austin Butler................... 2012-13 George Bush................... 2001-02 Shane Byers..........................2006 Steve Byorth.........................1981

C Rob Cady........................ 1996-97 Josh Calder...........................2004 Craig Cameron......................1996 Cole Carpenter.....................2012Akil Cavin........................ 2009-10 Stuart Conrad.................. 1997-00 Chick Campbell............... 1985-86 Greg Campbell................ 1975-78 Alberto Canales....................2012Juan Canales................... 1990-93 Victor Caraballo............... 1994-96 Mark Cararo.................... 1984-87 Doug Carpenter............... 1970-73 Rusty Carr....................... 1981-84 Tom Casimir.................... 1984-86 Brad Cass..............................1990 Craig Casserly................. 1983-86

Jason Cave...................1989,1991 Benny Cepeda................. 2002-04 Noel Cepeda.................... 2003-04 Mike Charles................... 1992-94 Frank Cinella.................... 1980-81 Andy Clark....................... 2002-03 Howie Clendenin...................1989 Ryan Colegate......................2013Bob Coleman.................. 1973-74 Kennon Coleman..................2008 Bill Colflesh..................... 1974-76 Jim Colo.......................... 1990-91 Wilfredo Colon................ 2000-03 Dave Colopy.................... 2005-09 Tom Colvin............................2001 Pat Conley.............................2004 Shawn Connolly....................1995 Tom Cooley..................... 1995-96 Greg Cooper.................... 1998-99 Marjoe Cooper......................1996 Bob Cornwell.........................1971 Brett Counts.................... 2003-04 Dirk Coyan............................1989 Aaron Crabtree......................1992 Darryll Craft...........................1986 Seth Craft........................ 2005-08 Tim Creasap.................... 1975-78 Matt Creutz............................1982 Blair Crossan................... 1990-93 Alex Cruz......................... 1994-96 Audelle Cummings......... 1986-89 Brian Cummings............. 1992-95 Sean Curry...................... 2003-05

D Zack Dascenzo................ 2010-12 Steve Davidson............... 1998-99 Joey Davis....................... 1984-87 Malik Dean...................... 1990-92 Antonio DeJesus............. 1986-89 Darwin Delgado....................2000 Jossue Delgado...................2013Bucky DeLong................. 1989-91 Ed DeLuca.............................2007 Jay DeLuca...................... 1993-95 Aaron Dennis........................1993 Larry Desider........................1973 Eduardo Diaz.........................1999

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Jamie Diedalis................. 1971-73 Nick DiNello..........................2011 John Diosi.............................2001 Ed Dixon................................1971 Tim Dooley............................2001 Venson Doster................ 2007-08 Jaime Douglas......................2002 Timothy Dowdell...................1978 Steve Drobik................... 1974-77 Zach Dumler................... 2009-11 Jordan Dusold................ 2006-07 Tony D’Aurora................. 1974-76

E John Edmonds......................2004 Brian Edwards................. 1999-02 Joe Eichenlaub......................1972 Dusty Elk......................... 2008-09 Mitch Emmons............... 1975-77 Chris Ervin....................... 1989-90 Raul Escobar................... 1985-88 Bob Estanek..........................1973 Steve Estep...........................1982

F Nick Fair.......................... 1976-77 JT Feldkamp.................... 2008-11 Pat Ferree........................ 1972-75 Jared Finchum................ 1993-95 Dennis Fisher........................1974 Garrett Fisher .......................2008 Jeff Ford.......................... 1987-88 Joe Ford.......................... 1988-89 Phil Ford................................1982 Chris Fraher.................... 1970-72 Joe Frank......................... 1996-98 Phil Franks...................... 2004-07 Robert Franks.......................2011 Todd Frazier...........................1982 Mike Friend..................... 1989-91 Dan Furino............................2004

G Gary Gabriel..........................1982 Juan Garcia..................... 1987-88 Doug Gargan................... 1970-73 Carter Garnon................. 2005-08 Dave Gehring.................. 1974-75 21


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H Joel Hafner...................... 1995-98 Rick Hain...............................2008 Jessie Haines.................. 1971-74 Harvey Halliburton.......... 1977-80 Dwayne Hamilton.......1993, 1995 John Hanle............................1975 Mike Hanley.................... 1974-75 Mike Hanners........................2004 Will Hardrick.........................1992 John Harkins................... 1986-89 John Harkins................... 1986-89 Toure Harris.................... 2005-06 Jim Haupt........................ 2003-04 Brad Hedger.................... 1998-99 Mike Heine...................... 1977-78 Josh Henderson.............. 2012-13 Jose Hernandez....................1995 Mike Hickle...................... 1990-93 Bob Hicks..............................1970 Mike Hilbert..................... 1978-81 Brian Hill................................2006 Aaron Hindy..........................1991 22

Joey Hooker..........................2000 Chris Holly....................... 1999-01 Brad Hollingshead................1986 Sam Holp..............................2001 Steve Hon........................ 1976-78 Fred Hopewell................. 1983-84 Jacob Horsley......................2013Robbie Howell................. 2008-09 Tucker Hughes................ 2012-13 Michael Hull..........................1973 Steve Hursh..........................1998 Brandon Hutchinson.............1998

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Brent Jarrett..........................1992 Joe Janusik..................... 2005-08 Estaban James......................1997 Phil Jaskot............................2013Matt Jurevicius....................2012Marc Jesse............................1973 Roy Johnson................... 1992-94 Mike Jowitt............................1970 John Joyce...................... 1976-79 Mark Justus.................... 1975-78

K Arick Kanagy.........................2005 Brian Karshner................ 1998-01 Bob Kehres...........................1992 Nick Kelley....................... 2004-05 Brian Keltner................... 1996-97 Mike Kenney................... 1980-82 Thom Kessler........................1986 Jeff Kidd.......................... 2001-04 Jeff King................................1982 Dale Kinney...........................2006 Jeff Kirkbridge.......................1986 DeShone Kirkendoll..............2008 Matt Kish......................... 1995-97 Simon Kish..................... 1992-95 Dana Knab.............................1976 Matt Koblens................... 2003-07 Chris Kohl....................... 1992-94 Jeff Koler......................... 1988-91 Dwight Kollmeier............ 1972-75

Mike Kopp....................... 1986-87 Jonathan Kountis............ 2007-09 Jeff Kriausky................... 1984-87 Al Krsak........................... 1996-97 Keith Kuzujanakis............ 1986-89

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Rod Lake...............................1973 Dan Lamarca.........................1986 Erik Lamka...................... 2011-12 Jim Lamping.........................1987 Jordan Larry.........................2008 Drew Laurent........................2010 Dennis Lee...................... 1973-74 Joe Lewandowski.................2009 Dan Lewis....................... 1999-02 Pat Lightle....................... 1981-83 Mike Locigno........................1991 Chance Loflin........................2009 Curtis Lohr............................2006 Angel Lopez.................... 2002-05 Brandon Lopez......................2006 Rudy Lopez...........................2005 Jim Luebbers.................. 1994-97 John Lydic.............................2010 Kevin Lydic...........................2012-

M Kyle Mackie..................... 1998-01 Bruce Maidel.........................1989 Chris Malay...........................1994 Billy Markowitz......................2004 Matt Maple............................2006 Jose Marcano.......................2008 Scott Marple................... 1996-98 Cody Martin..........................2006 Mike Martin...........................1975 Daniel Marrero......................1997 Angel Martinez......................1994 Luis Martinez.................. 1985-87 Omar Martinez......................2005 Hector Martir.........................1996 Kyle Mason...........................2002 Chip Masters................... 1989-92 Donald Matheney..................1978 Denny Mayer................... 1972-75 Duane Maynard..........1993, 1995 David May....................... 2007-08 Germaine McAlpine........ 2008-11

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O Chris Ofat........................ 2001-04 Christopher Olejko.......... 1987-88 Andy Onak....................... 2007-10 Juan Diego Oms...................1994 Julio Ortiz..............................1986 Omar Ortiz....................... 1999-01 William Otero.................. 1995-97 Roy Owens...................... 1970-72

P Ivan Pacheco.........................1987 BJ Packo......................... 2005-07 Brian Packo..................... 2007-08 Marques Pagan............... 2012-13 Wes Page........................ 2001-04 Pat Palumbo................... 1972-75 Christian Pantoja............. 1999-02 Collin Parcher.......................2013Jeff Parent....................... 1978-81 Rick Parfenchuk.............. 1976-79 Jeff Patterson........................1996 Mark Pawloski......................1986 Dave Pearson.................. 2001-02 Steve Pedley.........................1997 Greg Persons........................1982 Jordan Peters........................2010 Doug Phillips.........................1985 Pat Piccone...........................2003 Daniel Pierce................... 1997-98 Mike Pierce...........................1982 Jason Pletcher................ 1995-96 Steve Polley..........................1993 Joe Pollock...................... 2005-08 Jon Pond...............................1970

Elliot Poole............................2000 Chris Pope............................2006 Shawn Popp.................... 1990-92 Andrew Powelson........... 2010-11 Benedicto Poupart.......... 1983-86 Fred Pretlow.................... 1983-84 Kyle Price..............................2011 Christian Prince............... 2011-13 Joe Purritano.................. 1980-81 John Pyles............................1988

David Roesch.................. 1971-74 Matt Rohm...................... 1991-93 Joel Roman...........................1994 Jose Rosa.............................2010 David Rosario.......................1984 Dan Ross........................ 1970-71 Ryan Rovnak................... 2012-13 Bryan Rudolph.....................2011Ed Ryan........................... 1970-71

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Bill Saas........................... 1971-74 Jonathan Sanchez........... 2001-04 Jose Santana................... 1997-99 Tomas Santiago....................2000 Tom Sapp..............................1993 Johnny Savage............... 1999-02 Marcus Schluessler.............2012Ralph Schmelmer........... 1972-73 Mike Schmidt.................. 1988-90 Bud Schrock................... 1976-78 Tony Schwendeman....... 1973-76 Andy Scritchfield...................2003 Tyler Selikson........................2006 Tony Senesac........................1976 Pat Sergio....................... 1970-73 Edwin Serrano......................1994 Mike Shannon.......................1976 Dave Shaver.................... 1976-77 Evan Shaw...................... 2009-12 Andrew Shekas.....................2001 Kris Sheppard.......................1998 Craig Sheridan................ 1993-95 Matt Shiring..........................2008 Dustin Shoaf.........................2000 Jon Signoracci................ 1971-74 Chris Smith..................... 2006-09 Aaron Smurr.........................2001 Fernando Soler......................1977 Rafael Soler..................... 1983-84 Wes Sorrell...........................1989 Fernando Soto......................1994 Jeff Speck.............................2007 Todd Spinner................... 1992-93 James Stebelton............. 1977-78 Jim Stenger..................... 1975-78 Larry Stephens............... 1983-84 Kyle Stephenson...................2010

Jeremiah Rader.....................2007 Craig Raggas.........................1974 Russ Ralston................... 1989-90 Francisco Ramirez................2007 Iulsen Ramirez......................1997 Pat Ranalli....................... 1999-02 Mike Randle..........................1988 Anthony Raschilla................2011Joe Rath................................1970 Chad Reber..................... 1998-01 Jarrod Redding.....................2001 Cory Reed.............................2001 Jamie Rees...................... 1982-85 Robert Reginelli.............. 1995-96 Luke Reinstetle.....................2001 Rob Reinstetle.......................1999 Marco Reyes.........................1994 Wilson Reyes.................. 1985-87 Tristan Ribar.................... 2003-06 Todd Ridella.................... 1989-90 Jason Ridgeway.............. 1995-98 Keena Ridley................... 1984-86 Percy Rier........................ 2002-05 Greg Riesemberg............ 2007-10 Bill Rieser........................ 1983-85 Tim Ritchey..................... 1984-86 Gamaliel Rivera............... 1999-02 Juan Rivera..................... 1997-00 Scott Roberts.................. 1991-94 Ryan Robowski............... 2007-09 Arnaldo Rodriguez.......... 2003-05 Eduardo Rodriguez......... 1983-84 Juan C. Rodriguez.......... 1995-96 Luis Rodriguez................ 2000-01 Roland Rodriguez........... 2007-09 Tomas Rodriguez............ 1984-86

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Nick Stevens.........................1999 Rich Stevens................... 1999-00 Dan Stewart..........................1992 Larry Stewart.................. 1981-82 Zach Stewart.........................2009 Chris Stillwell........................1982 Mike Strittholt................. 1978-81 Tony Stutz....................... 1971-74 Mike Sudbury.......................2008 Ian Sullinger.................... 2012-13 Kevin Sullivan.......................1975 Thomas Sullivan...................2007 Kyle Suminski......................2012Chuck Swartz........................1970 Jon Swartz............................1978 Brad Sweatland............... 1988-91 Jordan Swift..........................2006 Tim Swope............................2001

T Billy Tecklenburg............. 2009-12 Rob Termeer................... 1975-76 Brandon Theiss............... 1998-01 Keith Theissen.......................2001 Randy Thomas............1975, 1977 Dan Thompson.....................1981 Rick Tiech........................ 1974-75 Kyle Tisdale..........................2012Bill Tittle.................................1994 John Tole...............................1994 Carlos Torres.........................1995 Radames Torres.............. 1999-00 Carlos Tosado.......................1995 Sean Tracy.............................1994 Jim Trail.................................1998 Bob Traphagan......................1974 Jim Troyer.............................1977 Bob Truelove................... 1976-78 Greg Turchan.................. 2002-03 Rod Tyler......................... 1987-90

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W Brian Wagner.................. 1984-85 Joe Wagner...........................1972 Landry Walker.......................2007 Matt Wantz............................2007 Adam Ward..................... 1997-98 Andy Ward............................1999 KC Warden...................... 2005-08 Patrick Washington........ 2004-05

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Greg Weaver................... 1998-99 Jon Weber.............................1984 Parker Webster.....................2010 Michael Weekly.....................1997 Randy Weinel........................2009 Tyler Welch...........................2006 Greg Wentzel.........................1992 Chris West....................... 1996-97 Don West........................ 1987-90 Dylan West...........................2013Chase Westphal.............. 2012-13 Pete Wheeler.........................2007 Ted Wheeler.................... 1983-85 Max Whiteside................ 2007-08 Don Wietmarschen...............1975 Caleb Wilburn.......................2010

Matt Williams........................2005 Tyson Williams................ 1996-98 Nate Williamson.............. 1995-98 Bill Wilson.............................1970 Paul Wilson...........................1977 Terry Wilson.................... 1976-78 John Winslow.......................1978 Travis Wolfe..........................1996 Tyler Wolff.............................1998 Brandon Wood......................2010 Neal Woznizk................... 1991-94 Derrick Wright................. 2002-03

Y Bryan Yenc............................2006 Michael Yinger................ 1993-96

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ANNUAL HITTING LEADERS GAMES Year Name 1981 Rusty Carr Jeff Parent Joe Purritano 1982 Rusty Carr 1983 Scott Anders Benedicto Poupart Tino Valentino 1984 Rusty Carr 1985 Brian Wagner 1986 Luis Martinez Rey Vigo 1987 Mark Cararo Luis Martinez Shawn Metzler 1988 Lance Baker 1989 Lance Baker 1990 Don West 1991 Bucky DeLong Kevin McDonald 1992 Kevin McDonald 1993 Juan Canales Brian Cummings 1994 Brian Cummings Simon Kish 1995 Brian Cummings 1996 Kevin Green 1997 Scott Marple William Otero 1998 Kyle Mackie 1999 Kyle Mackie Jose Santana Radames Torres 2000 Kyle Mackie Rodames Torres 2001 Kyle Mackie Brian Karshner Wilfredo Colon 2002 Wilfredo Colon 2003 Jeff Kidd Angel Lopez 2004 Jeff Kidd 2005 Angel Lopez 2006 Joe Janusik Phil Franks 2007 Vince Doster KC Warden 2008 Eian Banks KC Warden 2009 Eian Banks Germaine McAlpine 2010 Felix Brown 2011 Evan Shaw 2012 John Bowron Evan Shaw 2013 Ryan Rovnak Marcus Schluessler

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Year Name 1981 Joe Purritano 93 1982 Rusty Carr 153 1983 Scott Anders 137 1984 Rusty Carr 144 1985 Jamie Rees 142 1986 Luis Martinez 165 1987 Luis Martinez 164 1988 Lance Baker 171 1989 Lance Baker 172 1990 Bucky DeLong 158 1991 Bucky DeLong 188 1992 Kevin McDonald 173 1993 Brian Cummings 189 1994 Simon Kish 178 1995 Mike Yinger 182 1996 Jeff Miller 186 1997 William Otero 216 1998 Kyle Mackie 204 1999 Brian Karshner 207 2000 Patrick Ranalli 195 2001 Brian Karshner 202 2002 Patrick Ranalli 191 Christian Pantoja 191 2003 Jeff Kidd 208 2004 Jeff Kidd 188 Angel Lopez 188 2005 Angel Lopez 236 2006 Nick Assmann 172 2007 Vince Doster 189 2008 Vince Doster 198 2009 Eian Banks 184 2010 John Bowron 165 2011 Germaine McAlpine 149 2012 Evan Shaw 156 2013 Ryan Rovnak 198

Year Name H 1981 Joe Purritano 45 1982 Greg Guilliams 45 1983 Larry Stephens 51 1984 Rusty Carr 58 1985 Keena Ridley 74 1986 Luis Martinez 67 1987 Luis Martinez 71 1988 Lance Baker 71 1989 Lance Baker 78 1990 Bucky DeLong 56 Don West 1991 Lance Baker 58 1992 Kevin McDonald 59 1993 Juan Canales 70 1994 Simon Kish 69 1995 Brian Cummings 69 1996 Jeff Miller 72 1997 William Otero 93 1998 Scott Marple 83 1999 Kyle Mackie 81 2000 Kyle Mackie 77 Patrick Ranalli 77 2001 Kyle Mackie 78 2002 Wilfredo Colon 82 2003 Jeff Kidd 78 2004 Kyle Moore 74 2005 Angel Lopez 90 2006 Joe Janusik 62 Troy Reeder 62 2007 Vince Doster 80 2008 Joe Janusik 75 2009 Eian Banks 72 2010 Eian Banks 63 2011 Germaine McAlpine 45 2012 Evan Shaw 48 2013 Ryan Rovnak 60

Year Name 1981 Joe Purritano 28 1982 Shawy Nye 40 1983 Larry Stephens 47 1984 Jamie Rees 49 1985 Benedicto Poupart 57 1986 Luis Martinez 66 1987 Luis Martinez 65 1988 Don West 49 1989 Lance Baker 47 1990 Lance Baker 48 Don West 1991 Kevin McDonald 51 1992 Kevin McDonald 51 1993 Kevin McDonald 60 1994 Brian Cummings 48 1995 Brian Cummings 54 1996 William Otero 48 1997 Kevin Green 72 1998 Scott Marple 64 1999 Radames Torres 70 2000 Kyle Mackie 71 2001 Patrick Ranalli 62 2002 Patrick Ranalli 74 2003 Jeff Kidd 57 2004 Angel Lopez 52 2005 Tristan Ribar 67 2006 Tristan Ribar 49 2007 Vince Doster 59 2008 Eian Banks 52 2009 Germaine McAlpine 53 2010 Eian Banks 43 2011 Felix Brown 32 2012 Evan Shaw 25 2013 Marcus Schluessler 43

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Year Name 1981 Joe Purritano 1982 Greg Guilliams 1983 Greg Guilliams 1984 Larry Stephens 1985 Keena Ridley 1986 Keena Ridley 1987 Luis Martinez 1988 Lance Baker 1989 Lance Baker 1990 Kevin McDonald 1991 Lance Baker 1992 Neal Wozniak 1993 Neal Wozniak 1994 Simon Kish 1995 Brian Cummings 1996 William Otero 1997 William Otero 1998 Scott Marple 1999 Kyle Mackie 2000 Kyle Mackie 2001 Wilfredo Colon 2002 Wilfredo Colon 2003 Wilfredo Colon 2004 Kyle Moore 2005 Angel Lopez 2006 Joe Janusik 2007 Vince Doster 2008 Joe Janusik 2009 Eian Banks 2010 Felix Brown 2011 Felix Brown 2012 Christian Prince 2013 Jossue Delgado

Year Name 1981 Joe Purritano 13 1982 Shawn Nye 15 1983 Scott Anders 15 1984 Rey Vigo 16 1985 Luis Martinez 14 1986 Luis Martinez 13 1987 Luis Martinez 17 1988 Lance Baker 15 1989 Joe Ford 14 1990 Bucky DeLong 13 1991 Kevin McDonald 14 1992 Juan Canales 10 1993 Kevin McDonald 20 1994 Brian Cummings 17 1995 Simon Kish 23 1996 Jeff Miller 13 Travis Wolf 1997 Jeff Miller 22 1998 Scott Marple 22 1999 Radames Torres 19 2000 Kyle Mackie 16 Radames Torres 16 2001 Brian Edwards 17 2002 Patrick Ranalli 21 2003 Wilfredo Colon 15 Jeff Kidd 15 2004 Angel Lopez 16 2005 Arnaldo Rodriguez 22 2006 Nick Assmann 12 2007 KC Warden 14 2008 Joe Janusik 16 Vince Doster 2009 Zach Stewart 20 2010 Eian Banks 14 2011 Felix Brown 8 2012 John Bowron 7 2013 Marcus Schluessler 13

Year Name 1981 Frank Cinella 1982 Steve Estep 1983 Benedicto Poupart 1984 Greg Guilliams Larry Stephens 1985 Keena Ridley 1986 Luis Martinez 1987 Luis Martinez 1988 Don West 1989 Lance Baker 1990 Lance Baker 1991 Lance Baker 1992 Scott Roberts Neal Wozniak 1993 Scott Roberts 1994 Scott Roberts 1995 Edward Burgos Brian Cummings 1996 Jeff Miller William Otero 1997 William Otero 1998 Kyle Mackie 1999 Ed Zaborniak 2000 Patrick Ranalli 2001 Patrick Ranalli Wilfredo Colon 2002 Patrick Ranalli 2003 Wilfredo Colon 2004 Angel Lopez 2005 Angel Lopez 2006 Tristan Ribar 2007 Matt Koblens KC Warden 2008 BJ Packo 2009 Eian Banks 2010 Felix Brown 2011 Bryan Rudolph 2012 John Bowron 2013 Jossue Delgado

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(45/93) (64/138) (49/113) (56/126) (74/135) (58/121) (71/164) (71/171) (78/172) (45/123) (58/140) (46/123) (56/141) (69/178) (69/173) (69/170) (93/216) (83/193) (81/204) (77/193) (69/170) (82/185) (77/169) (74/168) (90/236) (62/159) (80/189) (75/173) (72/184) (60/149) (43.132) (34/94) (50/154)

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Year Name 1981 Joe Purritano 1982 Greg Guilliams 1983 Greg Guilliams 1984 Greg Guilliams 1985 Scott Anders 1986 Benedicto Poupart Shawn Ridley 1987 Shawn Metzler 1988 Shawn Metzler 1989 Lance Baker Angel Gonzales Eric Gordon Rod Tyler 1990 Kevin McDonald Don West 1991 Kevin McDonald 1992 Juan Canales Kevin McDonald 1993 Juan Canales 1994 John Tole 1995 Edward Burgos 1996 Kevin Green 1997 Jim Luebbers Jeff Miller William Otero 1998 Kyle Mackie 1999 Radames Torres 2000 Kyle Mackie 2001 Kyle Mackie 2002 Christian Pantoja 2003 Wilfredo Colon 2004 Arnaldo Rodriguez 2005 Angel Lopez 2006 KC Warden 2007 Phil Franks 2008 Wilbert Morales 2009 Eian Banks 2010 Eian Banks Caleb Wilburn 2011 Zack Dascenzo JT Feldkamp Anthony Raschilla 2012 Bryan Rudolph 2013 Anthony Raschilla Bryan Rudolph Kyle Tisdale

Year Name RBI 1981 Joe Purritano 26 1982 Greg Guilliams 53 1983 Greg Guilliams 59 1984 Greg Guilliams 49 1985 Scott Anders 57 1986 Keena Ridley 43 1987 Shawn Metzler 51 1988 Shawn Metzler 49 1989 Lance Baker 43 1990 Bucky DeLong 40 1991 Kevin McDonald 49 1992 Juan Canales 49 1993 Juan Canales 69 1994 Neal Wozniak 48 1995 Brian Cummings 52 1996 Jeff Miller 50 1997 William Otero 92 1998 Scott Marple 55 1999 Radames Torres 67 2000 Kyle Mackie 55 2001 Brian Edwards 61 2002 Christian Pantoja 63 2003 Angel Lopez 59 2004 Arnaldo Rodriuez 58 2005 Angel Lopez 70 2006 Phil Franks 39 2007 Phil Franks 42 2008 Joe Janusik 52 2009 Zach Stewart 54 2010 Eian Banks 39 2011 Germaine McAlpine 23 2012 Bryan Rudolph 25 2013 Kyle Tisdale 39

Year Name ERA 1981 Joe Purritano 23 1982 Shawn Nye 33 1983 Larry Stephens 42 1984 Larry Stephens 28 1985 Benedicto Poupart 29 1986 Keena Ridley 29 1987 Luis Martinez 34 1988 Don West 30 1989 Lance Baker 37 1990 Lance Baker 34 1991 Lance Baker 39 1992 Kevin McDonald 19 1993 Kevin McDonald 18 1994 Scott Roberts 21 1995 Brian Cummings 20 1996 Kevin Green 31 1997 Kevin Green 40 1998 Jason Ridgeway 10 1999 Patrick Ranalli 11 2000 Patrick Ranalli 20 2001 Patrick Ranalli 20 2002 Patrick Ranalli 41 2003 Tristan Ribar 22 2004 Tristan Ribar 23 2005 Tristan Ribar 36 2006 Tristan Ribar 28 2007 Vince Doster 50 2008 Vince Doster 43 2009 Germaine McAlpine 15 2010 Eian Banks 11 Germaine McAlpine 2011 Evan Shaw 20 2012 Evan Shaw 20 2013 Jossue Delgado 14

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Name RBI Joe Purritano 20 Shawn Nye 25 Greg Guilliams 31 Larry Stephens 31 Rey Vigo 38 Rey Vigo 32 Rey Vigo 20 Don West 26 Don West 37 Don West 31 Kevin McDonald 34 Kevin McDonald 29 Kevin McDonald 37 Bob Boes 31 Simon Kish 50 Scott Marple 25 Kevin Green 34 Jason Ridgeway Jose Santana 33 Jose Santana 44 Kyle Mackie 36 Wilfredo Colon 29 Patrick Ranalli 43 Wilfredo Colon 34 Wes Page 21 Four Tied 21 Joe Janusik 29 KC Warden 24 Joe Janusik 32 Felix Brown 29 Eian Banks 23 Felix Brown 26 Anthony Raschilla 21 Marcus Schluessler 24

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Audelle Cummings Audelle Cummings Audelle Cummings Todd Gropper Todd Gropper Mike Hickle Mike Hickle Mike Hickle Bryan Vince Shawn Connolly Marjoe Cooper Daniel Marrero Graham Bailey Graham Bailey Graham Bailey Chris Ofat Chris Ofat Chris Ofat Chris Ofat Danny Bonilla Brian Hill Ryan Vaughn Ryan Robowski Ryan Robowski Ryan Robowski Kyle Gore Alex Borgan Zane Miller Erik Lamka Alex Borgan

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Year Name RBI 1981 N/A 1982 N/A 1983 Bill Rieser 6 1984 Rusty Carr 8 Bill Rieser 1985 Bill Rieser 6 1986 Mike Kopp 2 Jeff Kriausky 1987 Jim Bevins 2 Elvis Negron 1988 John Harkins 6 1989 Audelle Cummings 5 1990 Todd Gropper 5 1991 Todd Gropper 6 Mike Hickle 6 1992 Mike Hickle 10 1993 Craig Brown 8 Mike Hickle 1994 Craig Brown 9 1995 Shawn Connolly 8 1996 Jason Pletcher 5 1997 Joel Vega 7 1998 Jake Isaacson 4 1999 Johnny Savage 5 2000 Omar Ortiz 6 2001 Chris Holly 5 2002 Jonathan Sanchez 4 2003 Jonathon Sanchez 8 Chris Ofat 8 2004 Chris Ofat 9 2005 Danny Bonilla 8 2006 Ryan Vaughn 5 2007 Jonathan Kountis 6 2008 Jonathan Kountis 5 David Colopy 2009 Jonathan Kountis 2 2010 Andy Onak 5 Alex Borgan 2011 Alex Borgan 5 2012 Nick Venditti 3 2013 Daniel Mooney 4

Year Name 1981 Jim Moeder Mike Strittholt 1982 Todd Frazier 1983 Bill Rieser Ted Wheeler 1984 Rusty Carr Bill Rieser 1985 Bill Rieser 1986 Jeff Kriausky 1987 Audelle Cummings 1988 Raul Escobar 1989 Andy Becker 1990 Todd Arledge 1991 Andy Becker Todd Gropper Mike Hickle 1992 Mike Hickle 1993 Mike Hickle 1994 Craig Brown 1995 Jason Pletcher 1996 Jason Pletcher 1997 Joel Vega 1998 Matt Mullins 1999 Chris Holly 2000 Jake Isaacson Omar Ortiz Chris Holly 2001 Chris Holly Chris Ofat 2002 Jonathan Sanchez 2003 Jonathan Sanchez 2004 Chris Ofat 2005 Danny Bonilla 2006 Chris Smith 2007 Jonathan Kountis 2008 David Colopy 2009 Four tied 2010 Nick Venditti 2011 Sean Blackburn Alex Borgan 2012 Alberto Canales 2013 Nick Venditti Daniel Mooney

Name GS Greg Guilliams 8 Greg Guilliams 10 Bill Rieser 10 Bill Rieser 11 Bill Rieser 11 Tomas Rodriguez Mike Kopp 12 Jamie Burcham 7 Jeff Kriausky Elvis Negron Raul Escobar 15 Andy Becker 14 Todd Arledge 10 Andy Becker 9 Craig Brown Mike Hickle Craig Brown Mike Hickle Craig Brown Bryan Vince Shawn Connolly Jason Pletcher Jason Pletcher Joel Vega Steve Hursh Johnny Savage Omar Ortiz Tim Dooley Jonathan Sanchez Jonathon Sanchez Chris Ofat Danny Bonilla Chris Smith Chris Smith Jonathan Kountis Jonathan Kountis Andy Onak Alex Borgan Nick Venditti Nick Venditti

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Year Name 1981 Not Available 1982 Kevin Blanton 2 1983 Ted Wheeler 1 1984 Tomas Rodriguez 1 1985 Wilson Reyes 2 1986 Audelle Cummings 2 Wilson Reyes 1987 Audelle Cummings 6 1988 Audelle Cummings 8 1989 Audelle Cummings 5 1990 Todd Gropper 3 1991 Jeff Koler 2 1992 Craig Brown 3 1993 Bob Allton 3 1994 Bryan Vince 2 1995 Shawn Connolly 4 1996 Marjoe Cooper 2 Jeff Miller 1997 Daniel Marrero 3 1998 Graham Bailey 5 1999 Graham Bailey 4 2000 Graham Bailey 6 2001 Brandon Theiss 3 2002 Chris Ofat 2 2003 Chris Ofat 4 2004 Justin Boudler 3 2005 N. Kelley, D. Colopy 2 2006 Brian Hill 2 2007 Roland Rodriguez 16 2008 Zane Miller 2 Arnaldo Rodriguez 2009 Ryan Robowski 12 2010 Kyle Gore 7 2011 Kyle Gore 4 2012 Erik Lamka 5 2013 Ryan Colegate 2

Year Name 1981 Greg Guilliams 1982 Greg Guilliams 1983 Bill Rieser 1984 Bill Rieser 1985 Bill Rieser 1986 Mike Kopp 1987 Jim Bevins Raul Escobar 1988 Raul Escobar 1989 Andy Becker 1990 Todd Gropper 1991 Mike Hickle 1992 Mike Hickle 1993 Mike Hickle 1994 Craig Brown 1995 Shawn Connolly 1996 Jason Pletcher 1997 Joel Vega 1998 Matt Mullins 1999 Johnny Savage 2000 Omar Ortiz 2001 Chris Ofat 2002 Chris Ofat 2003 Jonathon Sanchez 2004 Chris Ofat 2005 Danny Bonilla 2006 Chris Smith 2007 Jonathan Kountis 2008 Jonathan Kountis 2009 Jonathan Kountis 2010 Andy Onak 2011 Alex Borgan 2012 Nick Venditti 2013 Nick Venditti

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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Name Rusty Carr Greg Guilliams Ted Wheeler Bill Rieser Bill Rieser Mike Kopp Jim Bevins Raul Escobar Audelle Cummings Todd Gropper Mike Hickle Mike Hickle Mike Hickle Bryan Vince Shawn Connolly Jason Pletcher Joel Vega Jake Isaacson Johnny Savage Omar Ortiz Chris Ofat Jonathan Sanchez Jonathan Sanchez Jonathan Sanchez Danny Bonilla Chris Smith Jonathan Kountis Jonathan Kountis Ryan Robowski Andy Onak Alex Borgan Nick Venditti Daniel Mooney

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Name Greg Guilliams Greg Guilliams Bill Rieser Rusty Carr Bill Rieser Raul Escobar Audelle Cummings Audelle Cummings Audelle Cummings Mike Hickle Craig Brown Mike Hickle Mike Hickle Craig Brown Shawn Connolly Irwin Montalvo Joel Vega Jake Isaacson Johnny Savage Graham Bailey Chris Ofat Jonathan Sanchez Jonathan Sanchez Chris Ofat Danny Bonilla Chris Smith Jonathan Kountis David Colopy Ryan Robowski Andy Onak Nick Venditti Austin Bueter Daniel Mooney

2.36 3.56 3.48 3.37 3.86 4.15 1.43 2.81 1.19 3.08 2.20 1.76 2.02 1.80 2.45 3.31 3.11 2.90 2.91 3.34 3.97 2.64 2.11 2.25 2.39 1.87 1.49 2.14 1.90 4.72 4.74 3.80 3.69

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Name Not Available Greg Guilliams Bill Rieser Bill Rieser Bill Rieser Jeff Kriausky Audelle Cummings Audelle Cummings Audelle Cummings Todd Gropper Todd Gropper Mike Hickle Mike Hickle Bryan Vince Shawn Connolly Jason Pletcher Brian Keltner Jake Isaacson Johnny Savage Graham Bailey Chris Ofat Tim Dooley Jonathan Sanchez Jonathan Sanchez Jonathan Sanchez Danny Bonilla Chris Smith Jonathan Kountis David Colopy Ryan Robowski Andy Onak Sean Blackburn Vince Bartolone Daniel Mooney

.231 .216 .222 .237 .281 .184 .198 .181 .224 .229 .191 .207 .180 .243 .229 .211 .209 .234 .214 .254 .254 .175 .179 .198 .193 .224 .204 .214 .213 .272 .196 .216 .238

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RECORD BOOK NATIONAL NAIA RECORDS Highest Team Batting Average, Season .441 - 1985 (47 games) Most Individual Triples, Game 3 (tie) - William Otero (1997 vs. West Liberty State) Most Individual Hit By Pitch, Career 60 - Tristan Ribar (2003-06)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING RECORDS Most Appearances Season – 24, Ryan Robowski (2009) Career – 80, Graham Bailey (1997-2000) Most Innings Pitched Season - 107.1, Mike Hickle (1992) Career - 349.0, Chris Ofat (2001-04) Most Starts Season – 15, Andy Onak (2010), Danny Bonilla (2005), Raul Escobar (1988) Career – 46, Craig Brown (1991-1994) Most Games in Relief Season – 24, Ryan Robowski (2009) Career – 79, Graham Bailey (1997-2000) Most Complete Games Season – 10, Mike Hickle (1992) Career – 29, Craig Brown (1991-1994) Most Shutouts Season – 5, Jonathan Kountis (2007) Career – 10, Jonathan Sanchez (2001-04) Most Wins Season – 13, Craig Brown (1994) Career – 37, Craig Brown (1991-1994) Best Winning Percentage Season - 11-0 (100.0%), Mike Hickle (1992) Most Saves Season – 16, Roland Rodriguez (2007) Career – 21, Audelle Cummings (1986-1989) Most Strikeouts Consecutive – 7, Jonathan Kountis (2007 vs. Geneva) Game – 16, Jonathan Sanchez (2004 vs. Urbana) Season – 106, Danny Bonilla (2005) Career – 311, Jonathan Sanchez (2001-04) Most Strikeouts Per 9 Innings Season - 10.71, Jonathan Sanchez (2002) Career - 8.19, Raul Escobar (1985-1988) Lowest Earned Run Average Season - 0.73, Bill Colflesh (1976) Career - 2.25, Craig Brown (1991-1994) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed Season – 4, Bill Colflesh (1976) 4, Graham Bailey (1997) Lowest Opponent Batting Average Season - .133, Doug Carpenter (1972) Career - .196, Jonathan Sanchez (2001-04) Fewest Walks (25.0-100.0 IP) Season – 7, Jim Stenger (1977) 7, Graham Bailey (1997) Fewest Walks (100.0+ IP) Season – 36, Mike Hickle (1992) 36, Danny Bonilla (2005) No Hit Games Dana Knab (1976 vs. Cedarville) Harvey Halliburton (1978 vs. Denison) Harvey Halliburton (1978 vs. Mt. Vernon)

Bill Rieser (1985 vs. Cedarville) Mike Schmidt (1990 vs. Mt. Vernon) Bryan Vince (1994 vs. Walsh) Willie Melendez (1999 vs. John Carroll) Johnny Savage (1999 vs. Shawnee State) Jonathan Sanchez (2001 vs. Siena Heights) Jonathan Sanchez (2002 vs. Geneva) Jonathan Sanchez (2003 vs. Charleston) Jonathan Sanchez (2004 vs. Rio Grande) Jonathan Kountis (2007 vs. Cedarville) Perfect Games Johnny Savage (1999 vs. Shawnee State) Nick Venditti (2010 vs. Fisher College)

INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS Most Games Season – 65, Angel Lopez (2005) Career – 229, Angel Lopez (2002-05, Kyle Mackie 1998-2001) Most at Bats Game – 7, Rusty Carr (1984 vs. Bluffton) Lance Baker (1988 vs. Ohio Northern) William Otero (1996 vs. Otterbein) Matt Kish (1997 vs. Ashland) Brian Karshner (1998 vs. Madonna) Season – 236, Angel Lopez (2005) Career – 800, Kyle Mackie (1998-2001) Most Runs Scored Game – 5, Larry Stephens (1994 vs. Malone) Luis Martinez (1987 vs. Otterbein) Mike Kopp (1987 vs. Rio Grande) Lance Baker (1988 vs. Ohio Northern) Season – 74, Patrick Ranalli (2002) Career – 238, Kyle Mackie (1998-2001) Most Hits Game – 6, Jeff Miller (1997 vs. Ashland) Season – 93, William Otero (1997) Career – 308, Kyle Mackie (1998-2001) Most Singles Season – 57, Lance Baker (1989) Mike Yinger (1995) Career – 194, Kyle Mackie (1998-2001) Most Doubles Game – 4, Scott Anders (1983 vs. Mt. Vernon) Season – 23, Simon Kish (1995) Career – 55, Kyle Mackie (1998-2001) Most Triples Game – 3, William Otero (1997 vs. West Liberty State), KC Warden (2007 vs. Cedarville) Season – 11, William Otero (1997) Career – 24, Lance Baker (1988-1991) Most Home Runs Inning – 2, Rusty Carr (1983 vs. Wilmington) Antonio DeJesus (1987 vs. Ohio Wesleyan) Angel Lopez (2002 vs. Malone) Game – 4, Shawn Metzler (1988 vs. Capital) Radames Torres (1999 vs. Missouri-Rolla) Season – 23, Radames Torres (1999) Career – 48, Greg Guilliams (1981-1984) Shawn Metzler (1985-1988) Most Runs Batted In Game – 12, Shawn Metzler (1988 vs. Capital) Season – 92, William Otero (1997) Career – 222, Kyle Mackie (1998-2001)

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RECORD BOOK Most Walks Game – 4, Mike Kopp (1987 vs. Rio Grande) Travis Wolf (1996 vs. Point Park) Jose Santana (1999 vs. Malone) Season – 50, Simon Kish (1995) Omar Ortiz (2000) Career – 126, Kevin McDonald (1990-1993) Most Hit By Pitch Season – 30, Tristan Ribar (2005) Career – 60, Tristan Ribar (2003-06) Most Stolen Bases Game – 4, Larry Stephens (1984 vs. Malone) Don West (1989 vs. Walsh) Kevin Green (1996 vs. Malone) Tristan Ribar (2004 vs. Indiana University – Southeast) Season – 50, Vince Doster (2007) Career – 132, Lance Baker (1988-1991) Highest Batting Average Season - .548, Keena Ridley (1985) Career - .429, Rey Vigo (1984-1987) Highest On Base Average Season - .625, Dan Lewis (2001) Career - .557, Jeff Kidd (2001 - 2004) Highest Slugging Average Season - .938, Greg Guilliams (1983) Career - .765, Shawn Metzler (1985-1988)

TEAM PITCHING RECORDS Most Games Season – 65, 2005 Most Victories Season – 47, 2005 Highest Winning Percentage Season - .813, 1985 Most Innings Pitched Season - 488.2, 2005 Most Saves Season – 12, 2000 Most Complete Games Season – 31, 1993 Most Shutouts Season – 11, 2005 Lowest ERA Season - 2.96, 1976 Lowest Opponent Batting Average Season - .223, 1976 Most Strikeouts Game – 15, 1998 (April 14 vs. Urbana) Season – 416, 2004 Most Strikeouts Per 9 Innings Season - 8.39, 1977

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TEAM HITTING RECORDS Most at Bats Game – 55, 1997 (April 10 vs. Ashland) Season – 1974, 2005 Most Runs Scored Inning – 12, 2001 (March 14 vs. Capital) Game – 30, 1983 (April 26 vs. Urbana) Season – 523, 1997 Most Hits Game – 29, 1984 (May 11 vs. Mt. Vernon) 1997 (April 10 vs. Ashland) Season – 656, 1997 Most Doubles Game – 8, 1987 (April 9 vs. Dayton) Season – 133, 1997 Most Triples Game – 4, 1987 (May 6 vs. Mt. Vernon) 1997, (April 18 vs. West Liberty State) Season – 23, 2000 Most Home Runs Inning – 4, 1983 (April 23 vs. Wilmington) Game – 8, 1986 (May 12 vs. Mt. Vernon) Season – 81, 1986 Most Runs Batted In Game – 21, 1987 (April 16 vs. Otterbein) Season – 454, 1985 Most Walks Game – 12, 2012(March 28 vs. Findlay) Season – 264, 1985 Most Stolen Bases Game – 14, 1983 (April 26 vs. Urbana) Season – 174, 1985 Highest Batting Average Season - .441, 1985 Highest On Base Average Season - .514, 1985 Highest Slugging Average Season - .693, 1985

HITTING - SINGLE SEASON BATTING AVERAGE LEADERS (minimum of twice as many at bats as team games) Keena Ridley - .548, 1985 Benedicto Poupart - .500, 1985 Joe Purritano - .484, 1981 Ramses Aloyo - .482, 1985 Keena Ridley - .479, 1986

HITTING - SINGLE SEASON HOMERUN LEADERS Radames Torres – 23, 1999 Juan Canales – 16, 1993 Greg Guilliams – 16, 1983 Greg Guilliams – 15, 1984 Benedicto Poupart – 15, 1986

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HITTING - SINGLE SEASON RBI LEADERS William Otero – 92, 1997 Angel Lopez – 70, 2005 Juan Canales – 69, 1993 Radames Torres – 67, 1999 Arnaldo Rodriguez – 64, 2005

PITCHING - SINGLE SEASON ERA LEADERS (minimum IP equal to the number of team games) William Colflesh - 0.73, 1976 Dwight Kollmeier - 1.04, 1974 Audelle Cummings - 1.19, 1989 Audelle Cummings - 1.43, 1987 Jonathan Kountis – 1.49, 2007 Mike Hickle - 1.76, 1992

PITCHING - SINGLE SEASON LOWEST BATTING AVERAGE YIELDED (minimum IP equal to the number of team games) Doug Carpenter - .133, 1972 William Colflesh - .157, 1976 Jonathan Sanchez - .175, 2002 Tom Merritt - .177, 1976 Jonathan Sanchez - .179, 2003

PITCHING - SINGLE SEASON PITCHING VICTORY LEADERS Craig Brown – 13, 1994 Bryan Vince – 12, 1994 Mike Hickle – 11, 1992 Mike Hickle – 11, 1993 Danny Bonilla – 11, 2005

MISCELLANEOUS Best Overall Record: (.780) 46-13-1 (1997) Worst Overall Record: (.375) 9-15 (1973) Best Conference Record: 19-3 (2002) Worst Conference Record: 7-7 (1979) Most Wins: 47 (2005) Most Losses: 29 (2010) Most Consecutive Wins: 15 (1995) Most Consecutive Losses: 8 (1970) Most Home Wins: 26 (2002) Most Consecutive Home Wins: 16 (2002) Most Home Losses: 9 (1982) Most Road Wins (including neutral site): 28 (1997) Most Consecutive Road Wins: 13 (1997) Most Conference Wins: 19 (2005, 2004, 2002) Most Consecutive Conference Wins: 11 (1999, 2002) Most Conference Losses: 19 (2011 – GLIAC) Winning Streak to Start the Season: 13 (1997) Winning Streak to End Regular Season: 10 (2000) Losing Streak to Start the Season: 8 (1970)


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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Ohio Dominican University is an accredited four-year liberal arts institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican traditions. The university has more than 3,100 students and offers undergraduate degrees in over 50 majors as well as six graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning and a number of academic programs of distinction. Academics are at the heart of everything done at Ohio Dominican University. Institutions of higher learning exist to provide education for their students, and that education starts in the classroom. It continues, of course, on athletic fields and in residence halls, in rehearsals and clubs, in the library and the lab, but it begins with the relationship between students and their instructors. ODU’s mission is grounded in our identity as a Catholic and Dominican liberal arts institution. The University’s motto - To contemplate truth and share the fruits of that contemplation with others - serves as our guiding principle of teaching and learning. ODU’s core curriculum, taken by all students, focuses on seven learning outcomes that collectively identify the institution’s expectations for what all students will be able to be and do as Ohio Dominican graduates. Additionally, students complete a sequence of courses in one of 50 undergraduate major areas of study including those in the arts, sciences, and professions. Led by a talented faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching and committed to helping students learn, ODU’s student engagement model focuses on serving the whole student through personal attention and assistance in collaboration with the institution’s Division of Student Development. Ohio Dominican is fully accredited and offers academic programs at the baccalaureate and masters degree levels through five divisions: Arts and Letters; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences; Business; and Education.

its extracurricular offerings, providing a greater number of on-campus activities for both residential and commuter students. A central focus has been the addition of a new Student Center and expansion of athletic programs, which attract student athletes and non athletes alike, and foster alumni participation. Student organizations and activities at ODU offer events and activities that relate to areas of academic interest, student government, artistic performance, multicultural identity, media, athletic, social, honorary, religious and service organizations. Ohio Dominican student activities and events are open to all students. Over the past 10 years, Ohio Dominican has followed an aggressive expansion plan for its facilities which include three new residence halls; additional sports and recreation facilities; development of Sunbury Road as a gateway to the campus; the new Bishop James A Griffi n Student Center and a new science facility, Battelle Hall. In 2011 the students, faculty, staff, alumni, community leaders and friends celebrated the University’s Centennial anniversary. The Centennial theme, A Century of Transforming Lives, reflected on ODU’s Dominican heritage, history and tradition. This celebration encouraged the University community to reflect upon the transformative effect that Ohio Dominican has had on the lives its faculty, students, alumni, staff and friends. Ohio Dominican is focused on becoming the preeminent Catholic institution of higher learning, providing quality programs in both the liberal arts and the professions, committed to the fundamental value of liberal education, and deeply rooted in its Dominican tradition. Ohio Dominican is known for its student-centered and innovative approaches to teaching and learning; its commitment to excellence in academic and co-curricular programs; its commitment to service and community responsibility; its outstanding campus facilities and resources; its global outreach in response to educational needs; and its reputation for distinction in values-based higher education.

The University is significantly expanding the level of on-campus student extracurricular activities and improving residential life. At the same time, Ohio Dominican has expanded

QUICK FACTS Church Affiliation: Roman Catholic. Founded by the Congregation of Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs (now Dominican Sisters of Peace). Motto: “To contemplate truth and to share with others the fruits of this contemplation.” Campuses: Main Campus on Sunbury Road and Airport Drive, Tuttle Crossing (Adult degree programs offered at all campuses). Undergraduate: Undergraduate degrees in 50 majors. Degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. Master’s Degrees: Master of Arts in Theology; Master of Business Administration*^; Master of Arts in Liberal Studies*; Master of Arts in TESOL; Master of Sport Science; other degrees in development. * Available in a 4+1 format. ^Courses available online. Undergraduate Costs: Tuition & Fees - $25,280 per year. Room and Board - $8,322 (based on room type)

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Many nationally recognized companies began in Columbus, including Wendy’s International, Worthington Industries, CompuServe, Red Roof Inns, Bank One, Huntington Bancshares, Limited Brands, Nationwide Insurance, the Longaberger Company and Bob Evans Farms, Inc., Abercrombie & Fitch and Express.

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. In the spring of 2010, the Ohio Dominican University Board of Trustees appointed Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. as the 15th president of the institution. His official duties began July 1, 2010. Before serving as ODU’s president, Dr. Cimbolic was Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. He also served as a tenured full professor of psychology. Since 2008 Dr. Cimbolic has also concurrently served as an Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience for The Commonwealth Medical College in Scranton; and from 2003 to 2007, as Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and as a tenured Professor of Psychology at Bellarmine University, an independent Catholic university in Louisville, Kentucky. From 1999 to 2003, he served as Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies for The Catholic University of America. Before that, he served as Director of the Counseling Center at Catholic University for 18 years, and as a tenured professor in the Department of Psychology. Earlier in his career, Dr. Cimbolic served on the faculty and directed counseling centers at the University of North Texas and the University of New Hampshire. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Montclair State College; a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from the Teachers College of Columbia University; and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri. Dr. Cimbolic is an internationally known scholar who has published extensively. He is also the recipient of the District of Columbia College Personnel Association Lifetime Research Award for his outstanding contribution to knowledge in the profession. Active in his community, he serves on the board of directors of the Wall Street West Higher Education Consortium funded in part by Workforce Innovation, U.S. Department of Labor; the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprise (Scranton, PA), and the Scranton Tennis Club. He also served on the board of directors of the Louisville Health Enterprises Network; and as president of St. Mary’s Parish Council, Annapolis, MD. Dr. Cimbolic has five children: Mrs. Christie Baker of Marblehead MA; Dr. Kathleen Gunthert of Silver Spring, MD; Peter Cimbolic of Baltimore, MD; and Brian Cimbolic of Odenton, MD. Dr. Cimbolic is the proud grandfather of four grandchildren. He, his wife Kristi and their son, Stephen, reside in Columbus.

General Information...................................1.800.955.OHIO Fax................................................................ 614.252.0776 Academic Affairs........................................... 614.251.4730 Admissions................................................... 614.251.4500 Alumni Office................................................ 614.251.4617 Campus Ministry.......................................... 614.251.4567 College Operator........................................... 614.253.2741 Financial Aid................................................. 614.251.4640 International Office........................................ 614.251.4646 Intramurals.................................................... 614.251.4531 Library.......................................................... 614.251.4752 Security......................................................... 614.251.4700 Student Activities.......................................... 614.251.4726 Student Service Center.................................. 614.251.4550 Sports Information........................................ 614.251.4577 University Relations...................................... 614.251.4453 OHIODOMINICANPANTHERS.COM

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UNIVERSITY DIRECTIONS I-670 to the ODU campus... • Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7) • Left to Nelson Road • Right (North) on Nelson Rd. to Airport Dr./Leonard Ave. • Left (West) to Sunbury Road (1st light) • Right (North) on Sunbury Road to the 2nd light • Visitor parking is on your left

Getting to I-670... From Cleveland and points North... • I-71 South to I-270 in Columbus • I-270 East to I-670 West • Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

From Cincinnati and points South...

From Pittsburgh and points East...

From Dayton and points West...

• I-71 North to I-670 in Columbus

• I-70 West to I-270 Columbus

• I-70 East to Columbus

• Exit I-670 East at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

• I-270 North to I-670

• I-71 North to I-670 East

• Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

• Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

Athletic Administration

Athletic Training Staff

Vice President of Student Development James (Jamie) Caridi.................................. 251-4596

Head Athletic Trainer Jamison French.......................................... 253-4864 french@ohiodominican.edu

Golf - Men’s and Women’s Chris Deibel................................................ 253-3481 deibelc@ohiodominican.edu

Assistant Athletic Trainers JR Bonham................................................. 253-4864 bonhamj@ohiodominican.edu

Soccer - Men’s Willy Merrick.............................................. 251-4531 merrickw@ohiodominican.edu

Tyler Congrove, .......................................... 253-4864 congrovt@ohiodominican.edu

Soccer - Women’s Jonathan Meade.......................................... 251-4635 meadej@ohiodominican.edu

Athletic Director Jeff Blair...................................................... 251-4735 Athletic Director Emeritus Bill Blazer.................................................... 251-4710 Asst. AD/Senior Woman Administrator Sandy Rowley............................................. 251-4538 Director of Compliance Cindy Hahn................................................. 251-4642 Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Timothy Walker...................................... 251-4658 Athletic Administrative Assistant Elia Diaz ..................................................... 251-4537

Sports Information Staff Sports Information Director Scott Miles ................................................. 251-4577 miless@ohiodominican.edu Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle................................................. 253-3482 beigler@ohiodominican.edu Sports Information Graduate Assistant Sarah Twiggs............................................... 251-4843 twiggss@ohiodominican.edu

Coaches Baseball Paul Page.................................................... 251-4535 pagep@ohiodominican.edu Basketball - Men’s Dan Evans................................................... 251-4533 evansd@ohiodominican.edu Basketball - Women’s Lynsey Warren............................................ 251-4564 warrenl@ohiodominican.edu Track & Field/Cross Country - Men’s and Women’s Paul Benedict.............................................. 251-4537 benedicp@ohiodominican.edu Football Bill Conley.................................................. 251-4556 conleyb@ohiodominican.edu

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Softball Marcella Vanlandingham............................. 251-4532 vanlandm@ohiodominican.edu Tennis - Men’s and Women’s Ryan Beigle................................................. 253-3482 beigler@ohiodominican.edu Volleyball Sandy Rowley............................................. 251-4538 rowleys@ohiodominican.edu


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ATHLETIC FACILITIES Panther Field

Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer Ohio Dominican University continues to demonstrate progressive improvement to its athletic facilities with the addition of Panther Field. Built in 2004, our newest athletic facility is home to our football team and men’s and women’s soccer teams as well as our club level lacrosse team. To withstand the wear and tear of constant use, Panther Field is equipped with the latest in artificial surfaces, SprinTurf®. The field has a seating capacity of 1,750 with a 42-foot press box located at the top of the home bleachers. Recent additions to Panther Field include bleachers on the guest side of the field with a capacity of 500 and a building that houses a ticket office, concession stand and restrooms. Lights were also recently added to the facility, an addition that makes Panther Field one of the finer facilities of its size in the Midwest. The new facility replaced ODU’s former natural grass soccer complex and is located next to Alumni Hall on the west side of campus.

Alumni Hall

Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Opened in 1989, Alumni Hall has a seating capacity of 3,000 and is the home of the women’s volleyball and the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Alumni Hall was given a much needed renovation and expansion in 2009-10. One full-length basketball court was added, the hardwood was resurfaced, and bleachers were added to the far side of the court.

Panther Softball Field Over the years Panther Softball Field has evolved into one of the nicest facilities in the state of Ohio. The brick dust field is routinely praised by Panther opponents as the epitome of what a field should be. With its dimensions of 210 to the corners and 225 to straight away center, this softball complex features enclosed dugouts, a scoreboard, bullpens beyond the left field line, and an underground irrigation system.

Hitting Facility Located next to the softball field is the hitting facility for both the baseball and softball teams. The hitting facility provides a place for both teams to refine their skills through the harsh Central Ohio weather. With the retractable nets, the hitting facility contains three batting cages complete with pitching mounds and pitching machines.

Panther Training Facility Along with the addition of the new stadium in 2004, the Panthers added a 7,500 square foot training facility west of the main parking lot. The facility is equipped with the latest in hammer strength weight training equipment and ODU’s second athletic training room. Offices for athletic training personal are also located in the new facility.

After the renovation all of the coaches now have an office on the second floor of Alumni. There are also several rooms that coaches may utilize to review game tape, hold team meetings and meet with future and current Panthers. Some of the other amenities in Alumni Hall are four locker rooms, the Black and Gold Room, a spacious conference room, a refurbished weight room that is available to both students and student-athletes, and an athletic training room. Alumni Hall has the capability of accommodating three regulation size basketball and volleyball courts.

Jefferson Country Club

Panther Courts

ODU also plays on Cumberland Trail. The course, designed by Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, opened in 1999 and measures up to 7,205 yards from the back tees. Known for its excellent conditioning and difficult design, Cumberland Trail ranks fourth in Central Ohio among public golf courses, according to Mid Ohio Golfer, and received 3.5 stars from Golf Digest. The greens at Cumberland Trail are considered by many to be the finest in the Columbus area and challenge even the best putters.

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Also on the grounds of the Ohio Dominican Sports Complex west side location are six regulation size tennis courts complete with lights. The courts were recently resurfaced with a blue Latex-ite® coating that resembles the courts that host the U.S. Open Championship. The tennis courts are enclosed with a green chain link fence to accommodate the Panther men’s and women’s tennis teams.

The Panthers are fortunate to call the Jefferson Country Club their home. The highlight of the Jefferson neighborhood is the spectacular Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf course that opened for play in 1992. Jones created one of his most unique and challenging courses on this magnificent site. Jefferson Country Club is located on a 372 acre reserve in prestigious Jefferson Township.

Cumberland Trail Golf Club

Golf Practice Facilities Panther Valley/Frank Damian FielD Baseball

First time visitors are pleasantly surprised by the hidden beauty of Panther Valley as they descend upon ODU’s prized baseball diamond. Sunken well below streetlevel and masked by plentiful trees, the only evidence of what awaits below is the echoing “ping” of aluminum bats meeting baseballs. The field is complete with a batting cage, home bullpen beyond the left field line and a visitor bullpen along the right field line. A recent addition to Panther Valley is a state-of-the-art scoreboard complete graphics and animatronics. Panther Valley has developed year-by-year to the point that it is now considered one of the finest college baseball facilities in the country.

ODU golfers have the ability to practice year round at the Golf Depot, located in Gahanna, Ohio. The Golf Depot features a driving range with a two acre of hitting area and four target greens to aim shots, covered/heating hitting bays, and a short game improvement area.

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ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP Jamie Caridi – Vice President of Student Development James “Jamie” Caridi joined the senior administrative team at Ohio Dominican University as Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Retention in August 2007. As vice president for student development, Caridi oversees Athletics, Campus Ministry, Student Activities, Counseling and Health Services, Multicultural Affairs, International Affairs, Student Leadership and Success, Career Services, and Residence Life. Since 1998, Caridi has held a series of positions in student development at St. Vincent College (PA), most recently serving as Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students where his responsibilities included managing all Student Affairs areas and functions, strategic planning, residence hall construction and rehabilitation, Student Leadership, Service Learning and Student Housing. Caridi holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Vincent College and a master’s degree in Higher Education from Geneva College. He is currently working on his doctoral degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Jeff Blair - Athletic Director Jeff Blair enters his third year as Ohio Dominican’s athletic director and his 13th year overall working at the university. The Bellefontaine, Ohio native played a critical role in ODU’s successful transition from the NAIA to NCAA Division II and entrance into the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 2010. Currently, he is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the athletic department and its 18 varsity intercollegiate sports while serving as a member of the ODU Director’s Council, as well as on the Compliance, Athletic and Hall of Fame Committees. The Panther athletic programs reached new heights in the 2012-13 year, with the men’s tennis and men’s golf teams qualifying for the NCAA Tournament and a record-number of student-athletes achieving a 3.0 GPA. Blair was hired as Ohio Dominican’s sports information director in 2000. He was elevated to the position of assistant athletic director in 2005, a role he held until 2010 when he was named the acting athletic director. He was promoted to the full-time athletic director role in 2011. Blair is a 1998 graduate of the University of Findlay, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in sports management and was a four-time varsity baseball letterwinner. He went on to earn his Masters of Business Administration degree from Findlay as well, spending a year as a graduate assistant with the baseball team and a year with the sports information office. Before arriving at Ohio Dominican, Blair volunteered on the regional crew for ESPN’s College GameDay, assisting the production crew for game day operations in the Midwest. In 2001, he was honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America for publications excellence, winning second place for men’s and women’s soccer media guides. Blair currently resides in Columbus with his wife Lori, his son Mason and his daughter Abby.

Bill Blazer – Athletic Director Emeritus Director of Athletic Development Bill Blazer began his tenure as Ohio Dominican’s fifth Athletic Director in August of 2004 and moved to the role of Director of Athletic Development in 2011. During his time as the Athletic Director at ODU, the Panthers won 14 conference titles and qualified for 12 national tournaments. Off the field, the Athletic Department has set high academic standards for its students as the athletes have earned a higher combined GPA then the general student body. Prior to taking over the athletic department at ODU, Blazer spent 14 years at Urbana University, where he served as Athletic Director, Men’s Golf Coach and a tenured Associate Professor in the Division of Business and Economics. Blazer has served the NAIA as a Region IX representative on the Council for Affiliated Conferences and Independents since 2003. He has also served as chairman of the Mid-States Football Association in 2000 and again in 2006 and was chairman of Men’s Golf in the American Mideast Conference for nine years. Blazer is also a member of the United States Golf Association and serves on the Board of Directors with the Ohio Publinx Golf Association. In 2007-08, Blazer was named NAIA Region IX Athletic Director of the Year and was recognized at the Marriott Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri at the NAIA Athletic Directors Association annual meeting. Recently, Blazer was named the NAIA Northeast Region Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for 2008-09. The 29 winners from all divisions were recognized during the 44th Annual NACDA Convention at the James J. Corbett Luncheon at the World Center Marriott Resort in Orlando, Florida. Blazer received his Bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University in business administration and his Master’s degree in teacher education from Wright State University.

Sandy Rowley - Senior Woman Administrator A former Ohio Dominican student, assistant coach, and now in her 25th season as head coach of the Panther volleyball team, Sandy Rowley embodies the Panther persona. Rowley has been a fixture in the Panther athletic department. As part of ODU’s transition to the NCAA Division II, Rowley also serves as the Senior Women’s Administrator and Assistant Athletic Director for the Athletic Department. As the SWA, Rowley oversees the Panther Student Athletic Advisor Committee (SAAC) along with other administrative duties. Since her first season in 1989, Rowley has been a staple on the Panther bench and in the ODU community. A friendly and demanding coach, Rowley has guided the Panthers to 13 winning seasons, including seven straight from 1994-2000, and 18 conference tournament appearances. In 1995, Rowley directed ODU to a program-record 35 victories, including 18 in conference play, which is also a program record. The team has won at least 20 matches 12 times during her tenure, including two of the past three years. Rowley’s tremendous dedication and hard work of developing young student-athletes over the years culminated with her 400th win on Oct. 4, 2008, as the Panthers defeated Grace College, 3-1, in Winona Lake, Indiana. In her 24 seasons at the helm of the ODU volleyball team, Rowley has coached 17 NAIA Academic All-Americans, 46 All-Conference Academic performers, 68 All-Conference selections and 15 All-Freshman Team players. Her dedication to the collegiate athlete has been proven time-and-time again on and off the court. Rowley and her husband Jeff live in New Albany, Ohio, with their three daughters, Lyndsay, Jennifer and Kelsey.

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the gliac The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), founded in 1972, has been a leader in the advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for men and women for 40 years. The charter members of the GLIAC were Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Lake Superior State University, Northwood University (then Institute), and Saginaw Valley State University. Expansion of the GLIAC began immediately with the addition of Oakland University in 1974. Hillsdale College, Northern Michigan University, and Wayne State University were accepted as members in 1975. In 1977, the conference lost its first member when Northern Michigan withdrew. Michigan Technological University filled the vacancy when it became a member in 1980. After the 1986-87 season, Northwood left the conference and was replaced by Northern Michigan. Northwood rejoined the conference in 1992. After the 1989 season, the conference dropped football as a sponsored sport. The conference schools sponsoring football joined the members of the Heartland Collegiate Conference in forming the football-only Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC), which began play in 1990. After nine years as one of the premier conferences in Division II football, the MIFC merged as part of GLIAC on July 1, 1999. With the merger, the University of Indianapolis became an associate member as a football-only school. The GLIAC entered a new era in the 1995-96 school year. Prior to that time, all GLIAC member institutions were located in the state of Michigan. On Dec. 14, 1994, membership was offered to three schools located in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The expansion members were Ashland University of Ashland, Ohio, and Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, both located in Erie, Pennsylvania. All three schools began their membership July 1, 1995. On July 1, 1997, membership was granted to The University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio. UF replaced Oakland University, which withdrew from the conference after the 1996-97 season as it moved to NCAA Division I status. The GLIAC membership changed again when Tiffin University of Ohio joined the conference in the 2008-09 academic year. Tiffin was offered membership on June 20, 2007. The addition of Tiffin left the GLIAC with 12 full-time members as Gannon and Mercyhurst moved to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference after the 2007-08 season.

The GLIAC entered a new era during the 2009-10 academic year. Commissioner Tom Brown, who had presided over the league for 17 years, retried on June 30, 2009. The longest serving commissioner in the history of the GLIAC, Brown expanded the conference from 10 full members to 14 full members and two associate members. Also under his leadership, the conference has grown to offering championships in 21 sports while rising to prominence on the national level as GLIAC teams and student-athletes have achieved success both in the classroom and on the fields of play. The Conference entered another new era on July 1, 2010 when Lake Erie College of Painesville, Ohio, and Ohio Dominican University, located in Columbus, joined the GLIAC. The policy-making body of the GLIAC is the Management Council, which is comprised of three representatives from each member institution – its director of athletics, faculty athletics representative and senior woman administrator. The presidency of the GLIAC Management Council is rotated alphabetically by school, with Suzanne Sanregret, Director of Athletics at Michigan Technological University, serving as GLIAC President in 2011-12. Dr. Glenn Mroz, President of Michigan Technological University, will serve as the chairperson of the GLIAC Presidents Council this year. The GLIAC made history in 2009 when it hired Dell Robinson as Commissioner. Robinson became the first ethnic minority to serve as D-II commissioner of a non-historically black college or university conference when he began his duties on July 1, 2009. Assisting Robinson are: Penny Cook, Asst. Commissioner for Compliance/SWA, Jeff Ligney, Asst. Commissioner for Media Relations; Denise Gross, Assistant to the Commissioner; Mike McCann, Supervisor of Football Officials; Kim Vieira, Supervisor of Soccer Officials; Jeanne Skinner, Supervisor of Volleyball Officials; Rob Doss, Supervisor of Women’s Basketball Officials; Bill Ek, Supervisor of Men’s Basketball Officials; and Rich Fetchiet, Assignor of Baseball Umpires.

The GLIAC Commissioners John Hoekje

1971-72 to 1978-79

Herbert “Pete” Peterson

1979-80 to 1984-85

Tom Donahue

1985-86 to 1986-87

Vern Norris

1987-88 to 1991-92

Tom Brown

1992-93 to 2008-09

Dell Robinson

2009-10 to present

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Jamie French is entering his 10th year as the Head Athletic Trainer for Ohio Dominican University. French came to ODU after working for eight years (1996-2004) at Reynoldsburg High School as its Head Athletic Trainer. French also has four years of experience (19931996) as an athletic trainer with the Chillicothe Paints Baseball Club and the Hagerstown Suns, a Class A minor league baseball affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. French received a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training from Wilmington College in 1994. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Massage Therapist and recently received his Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. French, a native of Chillicothe, currently resides in Canal Winchester with his wife, Melissa, and two sons, Gabriel and Evan.

TYLER

JR Bonham is entering his 10th year at ODU as the Assistant Athletic Trainer. In that role, he assists Head Athletic Trainer Jamie French in all duties of the Athletic Training department. Prior to coming to ODU, Bonham worked as an athletic trainer for Columbus Public Schools at the high school level. From 2003-2004, he was the Head Athletic Trainer for Walnut Ridge and Independence High Schools, where he coordinated athletic training for 27 interscholastic athletic teams. Bonham received a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2003 from Otterbein College. While at Otterbein, he worked as a student athletic trainer for the Cardinals under head athletic trainer Charles Goodwin. He has been a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association since 2002. Bonham finished his masters of science in exercise science and health promotion with an emphasis in sports psychology from California University of Pennsylvania in 2009. A native of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Bonham is a graduate of Mt. Vernon High School. He currently resides in Columbus.

CONGROVE

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Tyler Congrove joined Ohio Dominican’s sports medicine team as an assistant athletic trainer in 2012. Congrove had spent the past two summers working as the head athletic trainer for summer collegiate baseball teams in the Chillicothe Paints (2011) and Thomasville HiToms (2012). A native of Circleville, Ohio, he spent two years as a graduate assistant at UNCGreensboro, where he worked with the volleyball and men’s and women’s track and field teams. Congrove received his Master’s of Science in kinesiology with a concentration in sports medicine from UNC-Greensboro. He completed his undergraduate work at nearby Otterbein College, where he also ran cross country and track. Congrove currently resides in New Albany.

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